Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 21, 1961 · Page 8
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December 21, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 8

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Fayette School News First Grade — Mrs. Meyer <<i |.',t( Mxi.ird says ten days ':n'!! Ch -istniHS. The tree is up ;\nf-' fW -n-ntcil. We have used only siU i' • h;il!s which we made and t i"» it -l m it. Our bulletin boards, •v ilk ,'inc) il(H >r are decorated for ("h istnns. Kadi day we Ret more >-\ it'd and more noisy but that i> r' • t of the Christmas Season. '>>••- riiotlvr and father's gift is f :'v -!i 'ii We made our own wrap I '.ni; p.i]»'" in art class Friday. W-- I.e.e IKCII doing a great clt i! cf seat work lately in which we find little words in big words. !t is nvieh easier to sound out "suprKT" if you first find "up". We have l>een working "takc- aways" in number class. Itieky Hofnu-yer and Mary .lane I'.!' s each brought a Creche '. i .s to enjoy until Christmas. We wrote letters to Santa and nvuled them. Hi ill's group has a new reader. !M!i M's. Clark and Dayna Dummermuth have worked in our room recently when Mrs. Meyer was unable to be there. Second Grade — Mrs. Everett's f)•.);• surprise Christmas gifts are aim st ready to take home. We hope our mothers will like them. During the past two weeks we have made many decorations for no- room. Among them are paper ib ;i :;. a candy house, snowmen an I Christmas trees. Many boys and girls in our room ha-, i- colds. Last Wednesday eight students missed school. In health <!a;s we have learned that in order to rid ourselves of a cold we must iTet plenty of rest. We should also d ink big glasses of fruit juice and a lot of water. Do you know the cor ert way to blow your nose? We do! Our health book says, "Do not shut off one side of your noK<- when you blow it. Do not blow ha-d or you iriay hurt your ears. Last Tuesday we drew names. By next week everyone will have a package under the tree. On Friday, Dec. 22, we will have our Christmas party. Our room mothers, Mrs. Ruth Ash and Mrs. Donna Daniels, are bringing cookies. We will have cookies with our milk. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Seventh Grade — Cathy Alshouse ''iinjit 0< !• in. we have Junior '.'. •'; ;„MI at Ailiiigton: both Is an r l Ivys play. Out of the si-"nt'i i; ade thi "e are four girls mil o'ie IMV .Inhn Manson, Con• >.• Dalil'jiiist. Merline Brause, M'l-'anne Nadi-au and Cathy AIs- M cUil) we planned our Christ- t'Tis p,-rtv. For i-ffi eshments we vv.'l Inve h: io! airl. potato chips, i- 'k. . anil candy. M''s. Baker will li :'i I 'll- ice cream. In a ithm tic M's. Stirk split ric a i. :p int.! two classes. Class tw.> is t'lr class that can go ahead and i ! a-s one is the class that M •-. Sti-k w'll explain the work to. I-i social studies we just finish- id sludyini! Venezuela and are s.'-i ting on Columbia. Jam's Lee cut and brought in i ("li i-tinas tree. We all like its shape and expect to decorate it today. Special Education — O:- p-og-nm for the past week has included our regular reading, a-ithmrtic. spelling, writing and some language. Otherwise we have put in ext'-a time in getting ready for our Christmas party for our families. Linda, Simla and Donna have painted panels for two of the windows. They are of Nativity scenes. We have also put our cornhusk Nativity on one of the window sills. Donna b ought the Christmas t-ee and some greens for table decorations. Arnold set the tree up and put on the strings of lights. He also lea-ned that you can't use a bulb from a series string on one where the bulbs are wired separately. ( A fuse was blown as a result! ) The younger girls have made ornaments from a mixture of starch, salt and water and then painted and glittered them. They will hang on the tree and then be taken' home. John and Arnold made some tin icicles. .1. !M I-is b'en wi aving some IV hrr; been quite busy this Wi ek as he ha;; substituted for D'.n at t.ha milk mvhine. Don has been bom •. ill v it'i a cold. We also fc'nd 011 something alxiut balance in the const••uction of a Christmas mobile. which hangs form the ceiling at the center of the room Silver balls and colored ornaments are hung from gilded wires, which required a great (leal of care to balance pro|M 'rly. Donna and Arnold helped with this projeit. Girls Sports — The junior varsity and varsity played Monona Farmei sburg Lua • na at Luana, Friday. Dec. (I. The junior varsity fill short with a '.',0 12 defeat. Sharon Farley had five points, Patty Holtzman four points. Nancy Torson two points, and Sharon Pattison one- point. The varsity guard court played a remarkable game by holding their score to 41, but our forwards did not get started until the second quarter. Mary Manson had a total of 16 points. Sue Oafton six points, and Ma ge Webb one point. Barb Alber was high relwunder with 11 rebounds. The junior varsity and varsity played I^imont here. Thursday night, Dec. 14. The junior varsity ended on the losing end again, but they are showing some improvement. Sharon Pattison had seven points, Sharon Farley four points. Barb Keig and Pat Holtzman each had two points, and Nancy Torson added one point. The coaches report the greatest improvement has been in \,e guard court. The final score was 29 — Id. The varsity came through with a fine victory and a final score of 40 — 39. Mary Manson had twenty-eight points, Sue Crafton eight points. Barb Alber six points, and Kathy Keig four points. Ba''h Burget was the leading re- bounder with 14 rebounds. Mary Manson had the highest percentage of free throws and Kathy Keig the highest percentage of other shots. do you expect to with vour mouth GO DANISH, EAT HEARTY! Third Grade — Dennis Dean is the only member of our class celebrating a birthday in December. We arc; ready for Santa in our room. We have finished our Moth- q-s' Christmas gifts and have our room .all- decorated. Many people have been absent because of illness. We hope they will all be able to be back before Christmas. One of our reading classes has just finished a unit about zoo animals. Kncli day several people made rep irts about these animals which they prepared from outside reading. These were very good reports for our first attempt. This week Janice Aanes, Marsha Lev'erington, Elaine Pickett, and Dawn £aharis have volunteered to write reports about the sun for science class. We all hope you will have a Merry Christmas and we will see you', .next year. This 'n That Shari - How sing in chorus taped shut? Why we-e all the seniors jumping up and down Thtrsday? Could it be that the "pics" came? Dear Santa: Please bring a zipper "undncr" for Dottis, an A in biology for Paul, a new ankle fo- Margc^-md a victory for the Ca-ds. Mr - y M.: Does the "boss" dic- * t^ ton fast for you or something? We'll have to tell him to slow down, won't we? Good Luck to those who haven't taken the Knglish test! Maybe you'll be joining the "Lucky 15" club. As Dick says. "Somebody has to be ditchdiggers." Judv. why the !<;n:j fa • ? Don't you have anyone to stare at Wi bookkeeping.' Tsk! tsk! Dottis we usually wear shoes to school. A matter of custom you know! "Congrats" to the girls on their victory over Lamont! Now we start our winning st'eak. huh! Zoe Anna your formal for the Christmas formal was simply darling. ,It looked like it came out of a story book! Reminder to crooks Only X- more shopping days till Christmas. A special Christmas Gift for anxious parents Four-year-old Connie Riles will bring a better present this- Christmas to her parents than Santa Gnus could - and she won't deliver it by sleigh and reindeer. F\>r the first time since she contracted polio two years ago, Connie will be able to walk into her home in Dakota City, "driving her horses." Actually the youngster will be using extra-sturdy crutches which look like a set of carpenter's saW- horses except that each is decorated with a horse's head and tall. Staff members at The State Hospital School for Severely Handicapped Children "dressed up" the crutches to make them seem more interesting to Connie. A r t"" iwilio affected the lower no Men of Connie's body in Aug., 1959 she reciever medical trcat- tn ii* in Ft. Dodge and Des Moines. Confined to a wheel chair she came to the hospital school last summer to receive physical therapy and undergo corrective surgery to help her become more independent. Following this surgery, Connie b-'gan "driving her horses" under the direction of her physical therapist. In approximately one month, she had learned to walk with the aid of these crutches. For the first time since she had become ill, Connie was freed from her wheel chair. Now, except when she must go long distances, she has left the wheel chair be­ hind Connie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riles. Dakota City. "All eyes on Iowa" Week set by Erbe Governor Norman Erbe. in a ceremony at the state capitol. Dec. 14, proclaimed the week of Jan. 713 " All Eyes on Iowa Week." Present with the governor as he signed the proclamation was E. B. Storey. Des Moines, director of the Iowa Development Commission, sponsors of the project. The proclamation signed by the governor calls for all lowans to make themselves aware of Iowa's need for continued industrial growth and urges that all residents do their part to sell Iowa to the world as a wonderful state in which to work and live. During All Eyes on Iowa Week concentrated efforts will be made to inform every Iowa resident on Iowa's need for continued indust­ rial development, to review progress already made in this area and to illustrate some of the many advantages Iowa offers new ni- dustry. L. P. Boudreaux, Cedar Rapids, is chairman of the development commission. 65th Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holley of Marengo recently observed their 65th wedding anniversary. Here's a concoction that revolutionizes the world of sandwiches . . . the Danish open-faced sandwich. Perfect fare for your party "before the game," for any fall festivityl Eight versions of this man-pleasing delight can be seen in the October Ladies' Home Journal, and here are two to try right now. Danish shrimp with dill:'Sprinkle tiny canned shrimp with lemon juice. Place a crisp lettuce leaf on slices of lightly buttered, trimmed 'white bread. Mound % cup shrimp on each. Mix equal amounts of commercial sour cream and mayonnaise, season with lemon juice, liquid Hot pepper seasoning and salt. Garnish with this and a sprig of dill, or a slice of pickle. Above, left, roast beef with horse-radish and sour cream. Our thanks and best wishes to all of you who have been our patrons during the past year. May your Yule be a merry one and bright. MILKING SERVICE AND SUPPLY Louis E. Barnes Fayette, Iowa Phone 37 We send you a thousand gifts of joy, love and contentment STATE BANK OF FAYETTE III 5 1I • • • 1 May you enjoy a Christmas m rich in all traditions of m the season. m 1 RANDALIA BUTTER ||| AND CHEESE FACTORY jii Phone 8-2380 Randalia ili :::::iii!ii::::::i::ii»:»::»:::::!»:«H Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men," *W-\,W.hat a wonderful Christmas message! May your Holiday be filled with this true spirit of Christmas and each of you blessed by it. JOYCE LUMBER COMPANY Lt«_$he«lty, ,, Warold Johnson < Christmas (Breetinp 1 . v» Upper Iowa University

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