Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on September 29, 1948 · Page 2
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September 29, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 2

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»AOK TWO. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, SEWtMBlt. Be In Style have your DIAMONDS remounted in our up-to-date mountings. W. J. HANKS Your Jeweler DANCE SAT., OCTOBER 2 BINGS MERRY MEN Folka*. Waltzes, Schottisctaes. Western - Modern You've Heard Tbe Rest— —Sow Enjoy The Best'. IN PERSON! TUL, OCTOBER 5 Swiit Music LAKESIDE Guttenberg, Iowa "Where The World's Finest Bands Entertain" School News— (Continued from page 1) meeting at Decorah high school. Joint high school and college rules were discussed. Thursday night at 4 o'clock a high school teachers meeting was held in the science room, in which the new proposed changes in the Iowa course of. study were discussed as far as they effect our local high school curriculum. Major changes' concern commercial and mathematics, with some changes in other fields. Results of state tests were handed out and discussed with the students Monday. Mr. Gosmire left Sunday night and returned late Monday night after attending a conference of county council committee chairman and presidents in Des Moines. As a student council meeting, it was decided that recent high school graduates would be permit ted to attend school parties in the future upon recognition by teach ers sponsoring the party. Other outsiders, as in the past, will not be permitted to attend school parties. The student council has also appointed committees for Homecoming on October 22. It was decided to hold regular teachers meetings on the third Monday of every month. Luhman Colton and Mr. Babcock are in charge of the first meeting. Band News Postville has again this year been selected as one of the four sites for the state marching band contests to be held on Saturday October 16. Other schools awarded this honor are Storm Lake, Ot tumwa, and Glenwood. Last year about 30 schools participated in the state marching band contest held in Postville. While it is too early to know just what schools will send contestants this year, eight schools have already entered either their entire band or solo contestants in the contest events. Entry blanks to date have been received from the following: Ackley. Oelwein, Lost Nation. Marble Rock, Waverly West Union. Plymouth, and Postville. Additional entries are arriving at the Postville superinten dent's office daily. F. E. Mortiboy, state marching band contest director, of Daven port, has notified Supt. K. T. Cook, contest manager, that the following men will act as judges for the contest: Hal Bergan of Sexton high school. Lansing. Michigan; Walter Lake, high school, Fort Dodge: and Mark Biddle of Knox College at Galesburg. Illinois. Junior Hiffh Students receiving 100 per cent j in spelling the past week are ; Sixth grade: Leonard Mthouse, j Francis Nelson, Fritz Palas. Carol j Schutte, and Dellene Schultz. j Seventh grade: Lorraine Brain lard, Robert Frese, Patsy Folsom J Billy James, Shirley Price, and SEE US FIRST For Wiring of All Kinds Farm • Home Commercial Complete Line of Lighting Fixtures and Appliances APPLIANCE REPAIR POSTVILLE ELECTRIC Telephone 1*9 Curly Schulz Roger Fullerton FOOTBALL At Smith Athletic Field Friday, October 1 Kickoff at 3:00 o'clock P. M. Postville Pirates vs. Fayette High School An Upper Iowa Conference Game Duane Sorenson. Eighth grade: Mary Dresser, Muffy sFalb, KennU Kramer, Phyllis Mork, Donna Schultz, and Marilyn Severn, Kindergarten Four more people, Keith Waters, Gail Kozelka, Richard Falb, and Valerie Luhman have returned their dental cards. Gloria Evans and J. D. Thoreson brought some Asters for the room. On Thursday, Mary Lou Frese, treated the class to some grapes. The kindergarten has had two visitors this year, Mrs. Earnest Overland, and Mrs. John Madsen. The boys and girls have been working on "Home Booklets' which were completed this week. The pupils discussed the duties of each member of the family and what to do in each room of the house. Pictures of each room were found and put into booklets. The class has learned two poems, "Little Boy Blue" and 'Humpty Dumpty." Second Grade The class has a spelling chart Those who have gold stars are: Dean Christofferson, Loren En grav, Robert Harris, Karen Hein, Dory! Sanders, Carole Winter, Dona Schupbach and Linda Rubendall. The gold stars are for "A's" and the blue stars are for "B's." The students also have a -new reading chart. Every time a story is read, the class advances one step. When the castle is reached each student receives a feather in his hat. A story must be read every two weeks, or go to the dungeon. Kathryn Behrens has brought her dental card back. Third Grade Third grade voted Karen Evans and Jay Jarmes as captains of two teams, chosen for an arithmetic contest. The theme of the contest is Hallowe'en, and it is to be used to help pupils review addition and subtraction facts. Karen's team chose the name, "The Green Goblins," while Jay's team is "The Black Cats." These pupils earned 100 in spelling last Friday: Keith Bachtell, Roberta Berns. Callie Rose Brainard, Gary Ellis, Julienne Hangartner, Karen Evans, Verlene Hangartner, Jay Jarmes, Bobby Meyer, Bonnie Sander, Judith Schultz and Mary Lou Turner. Fourth Grade The fourth grade seems to be a grade with many birthdays this fall. Gwendolyn Olson and,Karen Schroeder treated the class last week. There are now 31 in the class. Karen Rekow from Luana is back with her class again. In science class the boys and girls are learning the names of different trees. On the hike last week leaves were gathered and mounted for a leaf booklet. Fifth Grade The class had 10 pupils with perfect spelling lessons last week: Jack Backhaus, Ileta Christofferson, Carlene Brainard, Gretchen Palas, Janice Pearson, Jeannette Rose, John Schultz, David Schutte, Zoe Thoreson, and Beverly Trautman. The class, in geography, has been studying the New England states from their colonization up to arid including the present day. An outline map was drawn without the aid of books, and the cities and states were placed in the correct places. Six pupils had excellent work; Jack Backhaus, John Schultz, Zoe Thoreson and Beverly Trautman. The class made freehand cutout posters on the theme "Autumn" in art class. High School Music Vocal music teachers, instrumental music teachers, and super- The Pirates are going strong this season. Fayette will provide stiff competition in this important conference contest Friday afternoon. COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE TEAM! intendents from all the schools in Howard, Winneshiek, Allamakee, Fayette, and Clayton counties have been invited to attend a meeting to be held at the Postville high school on Tuesday evening, October 5. The purpose of this meeting will be to attempt to secure a modification of the music contests as now held so that they will better serve the welfare of music students and the communities. This meeting will be an outgrowth of the meeting of the instrumental instructors held in connection with the Tri-County Teachers institute at Decorah recently. At this meeting the instrumental instructors agreed that music contests now held did not promote the cause of music as much as they should. It is hoped that the series of music contests at least for these five counties in the northeastern corner, of the state may be modified under the sponsorship of the Iowa High School Music association. The Postville meeting is being called by the group of instrumental instructors who met at Decorah. Members for the boys quartet and the madrigal group were selected this week. With the announcement of the'results of these tryouts, the last of the vocal small groups have been chosen. Mem- tiers of the boys quartet include Cloy Miene, John White, Merle Meyer, and Lyle Schultz. Members of the madrigal group are Ruth Ann Christensen, Virginia McNally, lone Winter, Marlene Schupbach, Joyce Gregg, and Clarine Olson. Carole Schultz has taken Clarine 's place in the sex­ tette. OWING TO THE LENGTH OF "GONE WITH THE WIND" WHICH PLAYS A RETURN ENGAGEMENT AT THE IRIS THEATER THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 39, OCTOBER 1-2. THERE WILL BE ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT COMMENCING AT 7:45 P. M. WITH THE FEATURE STARTING AT 8:00 P. M. FARM KERNELS. 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