Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 7, 1961 · Page 4
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December 7, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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Fayette School News First Grade — •Mn. Scheldel We till enjoyed our Thanksgiving v.-iction and had many interesting stories to share with oil/ class when we came back to school Monday. In science we studied about bal- .•iiif. We learned that the weight of an object must be distributed eqii.illy to keep in balance. W" enjoyed our study about the migration of birds. In social studies we learned that the amphibious helicopters have a new use. They are now being used as air taxi*. It is fun to measure. We have measuring objects in our room and using the new words inches, feet and yards. board display of "Christmas in Many I„inds." Patty is working on the other bulletin board. Only three more weeks of school until Christmas vacation. It harii.y seems possible. Fifth Grade — — Mrs. Everett All of our class can now divide t .i .ie place numbers by two place ii imhers. Story problems still have 1 1 he read and reworked about three times. Carelessness in labeling the answers is a big problem in our room. Kveryone has been doing better in 'spelling and dictation. We had eight perfect papers in dictation this week and 16 perfect spelling papers. We are nearly finished with unit one in social studies. World trade and power, and the two world wars have been our topics this week. Science has been very interesting the last couple weeks. We learned about our solar system. Everyone did a fine job on the test. Our new topic is machines. We have some excellent notebooks in our science class. Our language lessons have been on making reports and outlines. We have been using what we learn in language in our science notebooks. Several class members have completed their embroidered samplers and they are on display on a bulletin board. They are very pretty. "How the Camel Got His Hump" was read orally in class this week. Everyone got a chance to read and say "humph!" the way he felt it should be said. It was fun and we had lots of laughs. We are giving current events now as part of our reading lessons. People are finding that it is interesting to read the newspapers and keep up with the news. Winter is our current topic for poetry. Several have been turned^ in for this week. Good poems will be saved and entered in the IP. D.A.. contest in February. —•— Mrs. Downing The fifth grade pupils enjoyed their Thanksgiving vacation very much. Steve Butters came back to school this Monday. He had his tonsils removed at the OeUvein hospital the Friday before Thanksgiving. We had 15 perfect papers in spelling this week. We are studying about planets in science. EJach one of us will make a booklet of the planets. Janice Stoneman brought her model solar system to school for us to study. Chris Bitterman has been constructing an opaque projector. James has been helping him. Our arithmetic lessons consist of working with fractions and mixed numbers. They haven't been too difficult, although some of us keep forgetting to reduce the fractions to their lowest terms. We hope to completo our unit on the Civil War this week. The assembly program on Wed- nseday was very interesting. Our boys and girls enjoy ploying at the basketball games this year. Chris and James made a bulletin Sixth Grade — Mrs. Butterfleld In social studies we are studying about medieval times. We are using a word list as we study this chapter. When we read about fi man or a place in history we write down some special things we want to remember about them. We have read about Peter the Hermit and the Crusades to the Holy Land, the Vikings from Norway, Sweden and Denmark, William the Conqueror, Alfred, the King of Wcssex, and Charles the Hammar. We are finding the lowest common denominator in addition of fractions ii.il reducing our answers to the lowest terms. This work seems (<> lie very easy fur most of us. Our OMI IxKik reviews have all 'v'i n given for language class. Some got a bit nervous when they were spenking before the class, but we enjoyed hearing about the books they had read. We were surprised that no two people chose the same Iwok to report about. For ait class this week we brought a picture suitable for framing. We mixed flour and salt together, and added some tempra powder for color. We applied this mixture around the picture for a frame. The reason for using a color was to see how well we could bring out one certain color used in the picture. We are very proud of our pictures. Diane Pattison furnished the salt for this project. Those who attended the last two basketball games here got to see the future stars of Fayette high girls' and boys' basketball. We hope you enjoyed watching us as we enjoyed playing. Seventh Grade — -Cathy Alshouse Last week we elected officers. They are: President, Marianne Nadeau; vice president, Jim Ingles; secretary, Chuck Clark Shirley Miner; librarian, David Gourley; reporter, Cathy Alshouse. Yesterday we had a test in Social studies; most of us did very well in it. Although it is late, wc would like to thank Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Lau, and Mrs. Alderson for the cakes for our Thanksgiving party. At our Thanksgiving party prizes were given to Marianne Nadeau and Paula Wendrich for making the FIRE INSURANCE • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • HOMEOWNERS . See Your State Auto Agent EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE CALL For Free Service Lines CM Service Thi» Year — Cull atural Gas e 288 — Fayette •mm " Oi^TUNrTY most words out of Thanksgiving turkey. Bob Wright, Linda Culligan, Bonnie Tripp, and Cindy Alderson won prizes for drawing the best turkeys. Girls Sports — The Fayette Caxdinnlettes defeated the Arlington Indians in a close game Friday, Nov. 17. at the Fayette high school gym. The final score for the first game of the season was 50-48. Mary Manson led the scoring for not only the game but for the state with a total of 38 points, 10 of which were free throws. Mary and Barb Burget each had 11 rebounds. Other scorers were Bail) Albcr and Sue Ciniti .ii each with six points. The junior va sity and v.irsity girls teams journeyed to Lamoiit. Friday, Nov. '24 for two rather tough games. The junior varsity's top scorer was Sharon Pattison with nine points, U'hind her Barbara Keig and Andrea Nadeau with two points each and Sharon Farley with one point. Barb Alber was top scorer for the varsity game with 21 points, Mary Manson had 18 points and Sue Crafton had 12 points. Sue Crafton had the highest shooting precentnge and Barb Alber the highest free throwing percentage. Marge Webb was the leading re- bounder. Although the score was quite large the Cardinalettcs lost 58 to 51. The Fayette girls had another away game Tuesday, Nov. 28. at Maynard. Mary Manson had a total of 27 points, Barb Alber eight and Sue Crafton six points. Sue Crafton had the highest percentage of shots; Mary Manson and Barb Al!x>r had (lie same percentage for free throw shots. The final score for Fayette was 41. for West Central fi2. Hot Lunch — Monday: Tomato soi.-p, crackers, weiner in bun, cliei se sticks, brownies, |)each sauce, milk. Tuesday. Chicken and noddles, sunshine salad, milk, peanut butter sandwiches, cherry cobbler. Wednesday: Beef ami gravy on potatoes, g een beans, juice, milk, cranberry jello salad, egg salad sandwiches. Thursday: Baked beans with ham. ham salad sandwiches, relish tray, white, cake milk. Friday: Spagctti in cheese and tomato sauce, tossed salad, tuna salad sandwiches, cheese sticks, deviles food cake, pear sauce, milk. WANT ADS Wanted: An automatic shorthand writing machine. Must be available immediately or it will be too late. Sharon Thyer Wanted: A girls basketball team for the present season. Must have the following qualifications: 1. will to win (very important) 2. willingness to play hard and do your best good sportsmanship 4. ability to play together. Urgently needed. Contact Mr. Kramer Wanted: A dependable alarm clock. Shari Bierbower Wanted: Several quiet girls for second hour study hall. May make replacements immediately! Mr. McCo; mack Wanted: A ane way ticket to W. M.A. Karen Ash Wanted: More basketballs. Girls B.B. team Wanted: A victory! The Cardinals Wanted: A portable clothes dryer for use directly after basketball games. Mary Manson Wanted: Foot massager. Contact Barb Burget Wanted: A high-powered telescope for use after B.B. games. Contact Dick Van Sickle immed­ iatelyWanted: A track team to race against the "hot-lunch" runners. The hungry go-getters. Wanted: Something old, something new, something borrowed want, Sharon? and something blue. Joyce Oelberg Wanted: A pair of stilts to be used when playing basketball against Tom Bender. Ron Maxson Wanted: "Now" -What do you NOTICE We will be closed Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7, 3, 9, in order to attend the Iowa State Bar Association Tax School in Des Moines. In case of emergency, call our office, and our secretary will contact us. Hofmeyer & Anthony Attorneys At LAW Fayette, Iowa Arlington, Iowa FREE CHRISTMAS TURKEYS TO BE GIVEN AWAY Friday December 15 In Fayette, Iowa Don't Miss -- The chance to win a FREE 10 or 12 pound Thanksgiving turkey dinner. Be Sure To Register At any of the Fayette business places listed at the right side of this ad. Register -- Each time you are in the place of business of a participating merchant. Winning Numbers - Will be posted in the participating stores of Fayette, from 1 p* m, to 5 p. m., Friday, November 17. RULES: 1. Anyone over 16 years of age Is eligible to win one of the free turkeys to be given, away Friday, Dec. 15, with the exception of the sponsoring merchants or their immediate families. 2. Each person may register in the store or business place of any of the sponsor* ing merchants. Registrations may be made in one or more of the participating stores. 3. Winning numbers will be drawn Friday noon, and placed in the stores of participating merchants down town, from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. t Friday, Dec. 15. 4. Winners' numbers must match one of those potted, and prise must be claimed before 6 p. m« Friday. 5. Any turkeys not claimed on Friday,. Dec. 15, will ba added to these to ba PLUMP! WtteRI to tin tablet! Will Be Given Away Through The Cooperation : Of These Fayette Businessmen ED'S DEEP ROCK STATION Phone 45 FAYETTE CO-OP CREAMERY Phone 143-R-2 PEOPLES NATURAL GAS.. Phone 266 SINGER PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 247-R-2 FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Phone 258 ZABRISKIE'S GARAGE Phone 80 UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Phone 170 JOYCE LUMBER CO. Phone 162 MC LEESE - LEYTZE FURNITURE - APPLIANCE Phone 160 DR. PAUL GOURLEY Phone 82 CARLEY PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 77 BILL'S SUPER VALU Phone 84 WILKE AND W1LKE PRODUCE Phone 9 0TTS DRIVE "IN Phone 192 MAURER'S SHOES AND CLOTHING Phone 263 FAYETTE STONE CO. Phone 73 HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Phone 38 DR. SCOTT UNGE Phone 101 DANIELS DRUG STORE Phone 163 BELLK-WRIGHT FUNERAL HOME Phone 199 WW given away on Friday, Dec. 22. 6. The decision of the officials will Anal, . ' t'.w H i .A INTERSTATE PQWER CO. Phone 66 , UNITED WINDOW CO. Phone 31 STATE BANK OF FAYETTE •ssssBss^ FAYETTE ITER, • .»»

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