Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 19, 1962 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1962
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Fayette School News First Grade — We are still working on our spring unit and are learning many more new and interesting facts. Many plants blossom in early spring. They are a sign, of spring. Some plants blossom before they grow leaves. We are watching the blossoms of the pussy willow develop from buds on the branches we have in water in our room. Spring is also clean-up time. People clean in spring in many ways. Rain is essential to life. Spring rain can be gentle and warm. We answered the following questions in our class discussion. Where does rain come from? Where does it go? How does rain help farmers, people and animals? Our bulletin board is covered with sky bunnies ( clouds ) which we made free hand in art. Becky Yearous and Kevin Samek both celebrated birthdays this week and each brought candy bars as treats for the pupils in our room. State Art exhibit to senior students. Zoe Anna Martin attended the Art Exhibit for high school students Friday evening and Saturday. April 6 and 7, that was held in connection with the Science Fair at State College of Iowa, at Cedar Falls. She reports she found it interesting and also had the opportunity to attend some of the art classes in session there. Zoe Anna has been studying art in connection with Upper Iowa university, and reports she enjoyed seeing what other high school age students around the state were doing in art. Perhaps next year, when Zoe Anna is a senior, she may qualify for some of the art scholarships offered at the exhibit Hot Lunch — Monday - Pork and gravy on potatoes, co-ii, peanut butter sandwiches, fruit cup, graham crack er. Tuesday Beef Burge;-, green beans, bread and butter, tomato juice, cake, jello. Wednesday Chili, crackers, Turkey sandwiches, peach pear sauce, carrots and celery, milk. Thursday - Weincr and bun, baked beans with tomato, milk, bread and butter, spring salad, chocolate cake, apricot sauce. Friday Fish sticks, potato chips, sunshine salad, milk, spice cake, peach sauce. George Hinkel home were Marty Sprall, Jack Garlick and Ron Burns. __ ._ A Mesdames Paul Gourle.v, .lake Yearous, John Hofmeyer and the Rev. Jerry Wolcott attended the Methodist W. S. C. S. Dubuque District meeting in Manchester Wednesday. April 11. __ ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kurlu-r a>e the parents of a snn born last week at the West Union hospital. The;' were dismissed from the "hospital and returned to their lionv Sunday. Mrs. Stella Fry recently ivlnrm-il from a visit with her sister. Mrs. Robert Hemphill in St. Paul. Minn. — a — Charles Webb is recovivin» from a heart condition at the Sunnier hospital. He will remain in the hospital for at least another week o.' 1(1 days. ALS Sixth Grade — Mrs. Butterfleld This week we have been studying the process of digestion. We learned the names of several digestive juices and the place in the body where each one carries on its work. We also know the classification of carbohydrates, protein, minerals, and vitamins. We have completed the study of the northwestern European countries in Social Studies. The speaker at the assembly program Tuesday was very interesting. He gave us a good introduction to out- next unit on Russia. We are writing orginal short stories for language this week. It is intresting to hear the stories our classmates have written. After more than a week of practice we have finally mastered the multiplication of fractions with numbers. We are now multiplying measures. We made our mothers a bon- quet of Forsythia and Daffodils in art. They made us think of spring even though our weather has been so disagreeable. All of us have been working very hard on our spelling this six week. In our final test for this period there were 14 pupils who wrote a perfect spelling list. We want to thank Robert Manderfield for treating us with candy bars on his birthday. —•— Mr. Jones I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mrs. Butterfield for all the help that she has given me during the time when I did my student teaching in her 6th grade room. It has been a good experience working with her. I believe she has gredtly helped me become a more effective teacher. Student teaching helps the college student put some of the things he has learned into practice. With careful supervision of an experienced teacher a" world of knowledge can be gained. To the students of Mrs. Butterfield's sixth grade I would like to send my thanks for the nice gift that was given to me. I was sorry when I was not able to be in school . the last day of my student teach" ing. Seventh Grade — by Linda Moore We "had a 115 point Science health test Tuesday. Merline Brause and Gerald Miner «-ach had 109 points, closely followed by. Chuck Clark with 106, Clark Austin 104, Connie Dahlquist and Shirley Miner each 98, Cindy Alderson 96, Linda Moore, David Gourley and Marianne Nadeau with 94. We have begun the topic of Soil and Rocks, in science and are all looking forward to our field trips. Roy King and Don Carlson brought their rock collections and others are to bring theirs next week. In club we elected officers for our last six weeks. They are as follows: President, Merline Brause; vice, president, Roger Buhr; secretary,; Connie Dalquist; treasurer, Jim Bitterman; reporter, Mary Clark. The outgoing president, appointed the library committee and the new president, Merline Brause appointed the program committee. We have added to our Iowa bulletin board pictures of Maytag headquarters, John Deere Works and a very nice picture of the Little Brown church. Mr. and Mrs. Carley and Frances were visitors in Cedar Rapids Tuesday. —• — Mrs. 0. W. Stevenson left Sunday, April 15, to make her home for an indefinite time at the Edgewood Nursing Home in Edgewood, Iowa. —~e) Mrs. Harol-J Boullon attended the Woman's Federated Club meeting at Council Bluffs, Tuesday, April 10. She accompanied her husband lo Ames on Monday where she attended a meeting and then went on from there. —•— M-. and M-\s. Frank Bright have received word of the birth of a granddaughter, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bright of Cedar Falls, Friday morning, April 6. The baby's mother was the form er Dorothy Wegner of Fayetle. 0) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bright attended the antique show at Cedar Rapids Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Baker also attended the show. — a — Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hollzman have sold their home on Mechanic Street to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adams and have purchased a trailer house. —•—• Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bass bought the residence of Mrs. Ray Warner in Lima and will be moving soon. —•—— Mr. and Mrs. Walter Messerli, of West Union were callers Saturday at the home of Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine. _ A _ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eckridge and family of Muscatine came Friday evening to spend the weekend at the parental Fred Maurer home. The Maurers and Mrs. Maurer's mother, Mrs. Isabel Nelson, of Clermont accompanied them to Waverly Sunday to attend the confirmation services at th'e Lutheran church there in which the Maurer's granddaughter, Christine Severson was confirmed. Mrs. Ena Davis visited last week at the home of her son, Martin Davis and family in Waterloo. Jerry Tann went to Des Moines Monday to take his physical for the armed services. Christine Hanson, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson, Jr., was hospitalized at West Union Friday and Saturday for medical care. She was brought home Sunday and is getting along well. Strawberry Point. *'*" ~ V " '" • Mr. and Mrs. Art Quandt and family attended the confirmation services Sunday at the St. Peters Lutheran church in Westgale. Their grandson, Delberl Volker, was a member of the class. They were dinner guesls at the Elmer Volker home following the services. Sherri Rae, infanl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Weyant, of Oelwein, was baptized Sunday morning during the services at the Grace Lutheran church by the Rev. Norman Retke. The baby's sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Pfiuster, of Oelwein. —•— Mrs. Clarence Winler, Rochesl- er, Minn, spent lasl week with her sister, M.-s. Dora Tann. Their brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Tann of Waterloo came Saturday and accompanied by his sister, Dora took Mrs. Winter to her home. They returned home Sunday. —•— Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Sauerbry of Hopkinton were overnight visitors at the A. C. Hogan home. « A — Sunday evening guests in the Wesleyan Methodist Rev. Richard Jamicson Sunday — D:.'i() a. m. Sunday School Special Easter [voyam 10:00 a. m. Worship service "The Resure;ti( .1 Joy" 6:4!> p. m. Wesleyan Youth 7:30 p. in. Evening Worship Wednesday — 7:30 p. in. Mid week prayer and Bible study Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints Fayette Branch 600 S. Washington SI. D/. W. Let and Mnxwcll, pros. Sunday — 10:00 a. m. Sunday School Children's Easter Program 11:00 a. m. Worship Service Speakers Jacqueline Nelson and Maurice McBride Monday — 7:30 p. in. Relief Society Thursday — 7:30 p. m. Mutual Improvement Assn. Friday — 4:30 p. m. Primary St. Francis Assissi , Father Lowell Shckleton Thursday — V:(Ki a. PI. H-ad Mass 7:00 p. in. Confession fi:00 |> ;.i Mass The Load's supper Procession to Altar of Reposition Stripping of the Altar Adn-.ition o! Hlcr.sed Sae •amenl In I.MM i midnighl > Friday 1:30 p. in. Liturgical sen. KI> of Co-I I'Yuhy 3-1:011 p m . <'.i.if ( -.--si'm il:!>(l p. in. '.Vay <n tin- , ,-nss. follmv I'd by (( nfessien. Satu.day — HI 11'(Id a. in. Cotilcssion •> I :" ;i p. in. Confession I'MM p. ni. Easter Viijil Service Sunday — i::30 a. in. Mass of the H"sumvtion :i:'i() a. in. Mass Grace Lutheran Rev. Norman Betko Thursday — 11:011 p. in. Holy Communion Service, .'-'erinon Theme: "\\'<TC you there when he gave the lasl sup;u r'. 1 " F/ittay — 1:0!) p. in. Good Friday Services Sci-mon Theme: "Were you (here when lie was laid in the tomb'.'" Sunday — 5:111 a. in. Sunrise Service with Holy Communion, Se"inon thitiie: "The empty tomb." H):ir> a. in. Festival Sri vice Se -111011 Theme: "\Ve"e yen time when hi' rose from ihe grave 1 .'" f):l)i) a. in. Sunday school !I:(M p. m. Adult'Bible class First Methodist Church Rev Jerry Wolcott Thursday -li!l:00 p. m. Mai'iuly Thu.sday Communion Service Friday — 11:00 p. in. Cood Fi iday Drama "The trial and death of .Jesus" Sunday — H:.i() a. m. Worship Service "The Good News of Easier" 10:30 a. in. Worship Service "The Cood News of Easter" IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE TRY LEADER WANT ADS Thanks! We were very pleased with'the M»d Midnight Marathon. We hope you were, too. STOP IN OFTEN UNIVERSITY CLEANERS Phone 152 — Fayette Those from Fayette in hospitals this week for care and tests are: W. V. Clark at West Union; and Merle Pattison at the Sumner hospital for medical care. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles attended the observance for the 25th wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Art Ott at the Lutheran church in Buckeye Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m. _„_ Calvin McCary returned home Saturday morning from the West Union hospital and is recovering satisfactory at his home after undergoing surgery. Visitors over the weekend in the McCary home were Mr. and Mrs. Art Hartman. of Time For That Spring Tune-Up EXPERT WORKMANSHIP ON TRUCKS TRACTORS LAWN MOWERS ALL MAKES OF CARS ALL WORK GUARANTEED Les's Service On Main Street Phone 10 Fayette Received into church MAYNARD - Members of the communicants class at the St. Paul ;; Lutheran church received in!:i membership of the church Sunday. Ap;\ l.'i, are Larry Bark, Kllen Roedeker, Gerhardt Hehr, Donald Trotter. Kelly Hennagcr, Carol WeRiier. Susan Kvans. Charlene Krickson and Marilyn Thorn as. At the United Presbyterian (iuircli Alice (iriebel, Ahvyn Hall, Uaylen Hall, Janieee 'llubbell, .J.me.; In/jels, Hiehard Leverington and N T an,-y M::Ki;on, members of a siuiila- class, were received into m. mhershij). SZLl. YOUR DON'T WANTS \VITH LEADER WANT ADS on Gaslight Day! PEOPLES NATURAL GAS at A Night! — We're Not Complaining — i HIS SPACE WAS SAVED FOR A PICTURE OF CUSTOMERS IN OUR RESTAURANT. THE PLACE WAS SO CROWDED, HOWEVER, FROM 9 P. M. 'TILL AFTER 1 A. M. THAT THERE WAS NO ROOM FOR.THE PHOTOG- RAPHER! We Couldn't Have Been More Pleased With The Mad Midnight Marathon WE WILL BE CLOSED ON EASTER SUNDAY s Drive - In OTTO & MARGARET FINGER, Props. Phone 192 Fayette We're Still in Orbit Over The Success Of The Mad Midnight Marathon Being new In Fayette, we are greatly concerned with promoting business, and wore overjoyed with the results of the p.-omotlon Friday night. THANKS FOR YOUR FRIENDLY PATRONAGE HARPER PLUMBING & HEATING Phone 77 Fayette We're Still Spinning — The Mad Midnight Marathon really had us spinning, taking care of the added business. WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE AND COME BACK SOON Coffee Nook Dorothy Stevens, Mgr. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS . WITIf LEADER WANT ADS EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE AGENCY Is A Regular INSURANCE SUPER MARKET Where You Get The BEST DEALS ON INSURANCE And You Get TOO! Winners of Sunday dinners are: C. E. Blue, Randalla Joan Lund — Mrs. Harry Lund, Fayette A. M. Chensvold, West Union Emery ChrUtlanson, West Union Rueben • Jones, Fayette A Real Success! There was nothing 'fishy* about the Mad Midnight Marathon, but we served ... Cj Q pounds of Fish during the evening, Friday! Thanks for your patronage, AND COME BACK SOON WE WILL BE CLOSED Sat. * Sun., April 21 • 22 LUCY'S Garden of Eat'en Wow! What A Night! That Was A TERRIFIC SALE! And We Were Overjoyed With The Results! SPECIALS FOR EASTER NOW IN STOCK The Enormity Of The Project Overwhelmed Us! We Were More Than Pleased. SPECIALS FOR EASTER NOW IN STOCK MAURERS SHOES AND CLOTHING

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