Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 6, 1962 · Page 3
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September 6, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Fayette School News Seventh Grade — Mrs: Baker We have 34 students in seventh R.-ade. Three new students came to jiiin us this year. .Joyce Barre t'otn Say dell High in Dos Moines, Diane Force from H. C. Lee school in Philadelphia, and David Wagner from Hampton. We are very pleased to welcome them to our seventh grade. April Hayes treated the class to chocolate cup cakes on Thursday to celebrate her 12th birthday. We sang the happy birthday song for her. Special Education — Mrs. Swartz At the end of three days of school, we have found that our schedule already needs some changing. We will have language during one of the periods when all of us are in the room. During the other period when we are .'ill together, we will have our discuss- ions and movies. Our arithmetic ran also be scheduled at a time when we are together. But Donald and .John will leave before the end of that period to work at the hot lunch room. Our reading and spoiling will l>n done individually at times convenient to the students. Arnold is in typing I, John and Donald in shop I, and Donna is in home ec. I. We enjoyed finishing up a bulletin board with paper sculpture. At the top. the sentence said, W LL, H R W AR . frirst each oriA ' had to figure out that the rdssing letter was 1?. Then each one did a head of hirrtself and these were put below the sentence. Then? is fringe paper for* eyelashes, bangs. and hair; floppy J'ed tongues; and paper curls for noses. They are very funny. ^ • Class Elections — Officers in all four of the- high school classes were elected for the 190iG3 year (luring the ptist \.'i ek. Now officers are as follows: Seniors •-- President. Kenneth Flutters; vice president, Max Dill ey; secretary Harleyn Cue; treasurer, Donald Timmerman; stud ent council, Mike Gaynor and Ronald Timmerman. Juniors — President, Tom Alshouse; vice president. Dick Olson: secretary. Winnie Mae Zbo'nik: treasurer. Hob I.-unp'iirr; student council. .Mj.i, I,M i'aUison. Sophomores — President, Holland Stoneman; vice president, Hob Hubbell; secretary. Sharon Ash; treasu-el- M.-vvin Hark; student council, l.ind.i King. Fre:;!mvn - President, Rita Jelling.-;: vice p-i";id-<nt, Steve Aanen: ; . •••n-taiy l!.i\v<vti Hi'b bell; !i'ea: K-I .-, t.ini! i 'let' • : student (uun-'i 1 . (!»•<> <••• .'..ilmon nine year) and Pat Schiedel (two years). Hot Lunch — Monday: Creamed chicken on potatoes, green l>eans, fruit cup, brownie, milk, egg salad sand- wiches. Tuesday: Baked beans and ham. salad, cherry cobbler, ham salad t i!i(.hvlc!i<s, milk. ".' dn«sday: Weiner and bun, potato salad, tomato slice or juice, apple crisp, milk, bread and butter. Thursday: Chili, crackers, peanut butter sandwiches, sauce, ras- in bar, milk. Friday: Fish sticks, corn, apple sauce cake, fruit juice, bread and butter. Jane Butler, 21, Oelwetn; Duane B. Mayer, 20, Pine River, Minn., and Evelyn Veach, 21, Oelwein; Dennis Melbert Meyer, 20, and Mary Pamela Clothier, 19, both of Elgin; Floyd Arlic Stensland, legal, and Florence Elizabeth Muncie, legal, both of West Union. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Licenses issued Marriage licenses issued recently in the office of the Fayette county clerk of courts office were: Francis Arnold Kuennen, £), Wan- coma and Dalene Ann Schol- brooek, 1(1, Lawlar; Donald Dean Jensen, 23, Des Moines and Linda SUDDENLY IT'S YOURS.. ••*, .; , ._ ' Gifts You've Always Wanted SUPER VALU. stamps *| Compare and see for yourself that Gold W Bond Stamps are more valuable. You'll j find that less stamps, less saver's books on ...i^J the average are needed to get Gold Bond Gifts... so you spend less too. And what's more... your savers books fill fast because more and more stores are giving valuable Gold Bond Stamps with every purchase. This all adds up to the fact that... MORE GIFTS ARE YOURS FASTER, EASIER, WHEN YOU SAVE GOLD BOND STAMPS TWO CTOK jjou should mate Watch for flic school safely patrol and obey their ™o$ "gnsVOttr school children have learned to practice safety hahiie hut sometimes forget. We £rfT. t. their safety depends on us. "ease cooperate in making the stop that lets our chddren grow. Stopping at the Super Valu sign is a good shopping hahit. You'll be sure o£ getting the finest quality food and price savings every day. Super Valus convenient to shop . . . it's easy to find all your favorite brands, too. Make this important stop ..; shop Super Valu. North Staia Frozen Strawberries 5 .0-oz. $1 Pkg.. I North State Frozen yT 6 OI OQ C Grape Juice . . .O canj O7 Welch's — 20 oz. 20 bar plastic bog HEINZ Klein's Perfect for after-school snacks! Chicken Noodle Soup \ ? Cream of Mushroom Soup ||?i?»'I Vegetable Beef Soup Igfilff 6 for 95c *-«; Grape Jelly 3 for Grapelade $1.00 Cypress Garden Grapefruit Juice 25c I Super Valu Chunk Tuna 3 - 79c Lea/i, Center Cut Try this new recipe with pork chopi Quick & Reg. — M oz. pkfl. First brown them, pour off tlic drip. pings and add % cup frozen orange f| nQ K. isl . ||otc juice and 'A cup ruUiim. Sunnier for WUClIVCI V/C*lO 45 minutes and you'll huvc perfect "Golden Pork Chops." Plllsbury Deluxe Northern — unite or assorted 12 rolls 39c Wn Toilet Tissue $1 v •» _ 11 m "» Coral- Liquid Pancake Mix 2 Ibs 33c | J J J| J | Detergent Dinty Moore Beef Stew PLUS 50 FREE STAMPS u :? » X TI £.3225 i-" O ~ - * "& 53c j|j|g 49c PLUS 25 FREE STAMPS Idaho Russel Potatoes 101bs59c Jonathan e Milk . •&. 3Sc •' 2 for 39c Tenderloin Portion Pork Loin Roast. fe. 49C . End Cut Chops We wish to offer a Great Big Tha^| who helped to make our annual S cess that it was. Thanks to all of visit, and a Special Thank* to paration and the serving. Lsm&^^ f,,""<.»TJ ! API I'^^d

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