The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 17, 1960 Page: 3 of 8
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TEXAS RENDERING CO.,
CALL SCHULENBURG LOCKKB
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Subscribe to The Sticker.
Miss Tillie Ripper
Is Hostess to High
Hill H. D. Club Meet
The High Hill Home Demon-
stration Club met March 7 at the
home of Miss Tillie Ripper. Miss
Erna Ripper, president, presided at
the business meeting. Home Dem-
onstration Agent Mrs. Nettie Mae
Freudenberg gave a demonstration
on "Planning and Preparing Low
Cost Meals." Pamphlets on "Texas
Food Standards" and "Good Meals
Every Day" were given to all.
This publication is one of many
prepared by the Texas Agricultural
Extension Service to present up-
to-date information based on re-
sults of research. Extension pub-
lications are available to anyone
from the local agent or from the
Agricultural Information Office at
Recreation prizes were won by
Mrs. Adolph Christ and Miss Erna
Ripper and Mrs. Rudolph Ripper
received the attendance prize.
Plants were exchanged.
Delicious refreshments were
served to all present and the club
was happy to have Mrs. Hugo
Berger, Mrs. Ig. Mazurek and Mrs.
Otto Schrader as guests.
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Hugo Kahlden on
April 4 at 2 p.m. The demonstra-
tion will be on color selection and
fabric combination by the clothing
leaders. Visitors are always wel-
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Student Activities For You To Share
Schedule for Week March 21-26
Monday: Schulenburg FFA Live-
7 p.m., One-act play rehearsal
in gym. No visitors.
School out at 2:45 for livestock
show. Buses will leave park at
Tuesday: Schulenburg FFA Live-
Thursday: 7 'p.m., One-act play
rehearsal in gym. No visitors.
7 p.m., Band practice at Tri hall.
Friday: 7 p.m., One-act play re-
hearsal in gym. No visitors.
Saturday: &:15, Band to Columbus
Track Mjeet at Rockdale.
TO ATTEND BALL
The SHS Band has been invited
to Houston to see the Shrine Crip-
pled Children's Ball on Wednes-
day, March 16. The band will have
their tickets and supper paid for
by H. N. Schwartz.
The band will leave at 3 p.m. and
return about midnight.
KNAI'IK AN!) BOSL TO
ATTEND SUMMER SCHOOL
Mr. Robert Knapik has been se-
lected for the second time, to at-
tend Texas Tech at Lubbock under
the National Science Foundation
program. He was selected to con-
tinue his study in biology on the
graduate level taking courses of
his own choice. He will attend
school from June 1 to August 2.
Mr. Stewart Bosl was also se-
lected under the same program
to attend North Texas State at
Denton in the field of mathematics.
The program starts June 6 and
ends July 15.
These programs are designed to
PACK OP YOUR TROUBLES
It costs so little for so much pro-
tection. When vacationing or when
taking any trip be sure your per-
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low cost coverage protects your
belongings anywhere in the world.
Call us before you make that trip.
E. K. DETERLING
I didn't forget!
improve the math and science
courses offered in the schools. The
National Science Foundation pays
cost of tuition and $75 a week to
help selected teachers attend these
By the Seventh Grade
The first grade has increased its
enrollment to 39. Allen Swan has
come from the Bay City school.
Most of the boys and girls have
come back after the measles and
mumps, and now they are really
buckling down to work.
The second grade is having an
enrichment study. In this study
they are learning where foods come
from. The children can't believe
that prunes are dried plums.
In language the third grade is
studying story telling. They have
found the difference between a
story and a report.
The fourth grade composed a
poem called "Signs of Spring."
The children wrote and composed
it themselves. This is the poem
"Signs of Spring"
People shout and children
Merry as can be
Blades of grass peep from the
Trying hard to see.
Birds return and make their
Working as they sing
Flowers blooming everywhere
These are signs of spring.
The fifth graders are making
pictures of places they would like
to visit in geography. They will
make a map of the United States
out of paper mache.
Two groups are working on pic-
tures in reading. Elaine Redding,
Diana Herzik, Loretta Heinrich
and Arline Roitsch are in Group 1
and Herbert Dieringer and Steve
Wagner are in Group 2. They are
illustrating stories which they read
The seventh grade Texas His-
tory class, studying the school sys-
tem of Texas, held a state hoard
of education election. The follow-
ing were elected: Freddie Nix, Leo-
nard Schulze, Ronnie Schroeder,
Ricky Meyer, Kent Ohnheiser,
Delvin Dieringer, Delores Getsch-
mann, Kathleen Kainer and Bren-
da Tietjcn. Those appointed Susan
Bosl, commissioner. In a meeting,
the board discussed many school
matters such as whether to raise
teachers pay or not, or whether
the schools should be aircondition-
ed and whether or not school hours
and terms should be lengthened.
FOURTH SIX WEEKS
First grade—Honor Roll—Ona
Machac and Connie Sustr. Honor-
able mention—Candy Clark.
Second Grade—Honorable men-
tion—Sheldon Lippman and Dar-
Third Grade—Honor Roll—Car-
olyn Roitsch. Honorable mention—
Melvin Barta and Nora Jean
Fourth Grade — Honor Roll—
Mary Anderson and Susan La-
Brose. Honorable mention — De-
lores Venghaus and Gail Bonner.
Fifth Grade—Honor Roll—Shirley
Gabler. Honorable mention—Geor-
Sixth Grade—Honor Roll—Ar-
line Roitsch and Elaine Redding.
Honorable mention—Diana Her-
Seventh Grade — Honor Roll —
SEVENTH GRADE WINS
TROPHY FOR SIX WEEKS
The seventh grade won the at-
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FASHIONS IN THE FURNITURE LINE.
^ Bedroom suites complete with
mattress and springs
^ 2 and 5-piece sofa bed suites
if 8 and 9-piece chrome dinette sets
if New style lamps for every need
Hoover rug cleaners
if Hotpoint refrigerators, freezers,
ranges, water heaters and auto-
matic washers — all reasonably
if Alexander Smith wool rug
if Odd chest drawers
if Mirrors and pictures
if Samson tables and chairs
if Baby beds, mattresses, high chairs
if Baby w;alkers and strollers
if Just received—beautiful 9 piece
dining room sets
if Gas ranges
Of All Types.
By Yard and By
Lane cedar chests
Rockers of all kinds and prices
Sealy mattress and springs
Lamps, floor and table
Tables, coffee, step-up, corner, end
Wool rugs, 9 x 12
Linoleum rugs, 9 x 12, $5.95 up
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All Types of Used Furniture
WE HANDLE AND LAY ALL TYPES
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The Schulenburg Sticker has
been authorized to announce the
following as candidates for office
in the Democratic Primary in
Fayette County, Texas
For State Senator,
46th Legislative Dist.:
HOMER L. KOLIBA
For County Commissioner:
Subject to the Trustee Election
to be held Saturday, April 2, 1960.
Subject to the City Election to
be held Tuesday, April 5, 1960.
I. W. SPECKELS
V. V. HAJOVSKY
tendance trophy for the fourth six
weeks with, an average of 94.75
The sixth grade was second with
92.88 per cent. Other percentages
were fifth 92.04, fourth 84.80, third
88.20, second 80.60, first, 75.44.
EIGHTH GRADE NEWS
By Ernest Redding
The eighth grade is taking part
in creative writing. The Read
Magazine is sponsoring the con-
test and they are giving a medal
to the best essay. Mrs. Evelyn Nix
will select the ten best ones and
will pass them on to a group of
"Man now knows what's on the
other side of the moon but still
can't tell what's in the back of
his wife's head."
The Schulenburg Sticker
Thursday, March 17, 196®
Weekend visitors at the home of
Mrs. Joe C. Brossmann were Mrs.
Carl L. Wendler, Carol and Cheryl
of Brenham, Mrs. John McLeod,
Kathy Jane, Johnnie and Debbie
Lynn of Pasadena and Mr. and
Mrs. Emil Pauler, Howard, Norma
Jean and Paul Pauler.
Professional & Business Directory
Fayette Proved Sire Service and American Breeders Service
MR. MELVIN DRUMM, Trained Technician
Full time technician, Schulenburg area, Phones 483 or 567
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Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
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HENRY J. STAVINOHA
Candies, Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes, Etc.
Schulenburg, Texas — Phone 37^
LEO J. PETERS, SR., M.D.
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Office Hours — 9 to 12 a.m. — 2 to 6 p.m.
Telephones: Office 145 Residence 70
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The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 17, 1960, newspaper, March 17, 1960; Schulenburg, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth430066/m1/3/: accessed June 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.