Windrixville Weekly

Edited by Kaitlyn Richardson

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BREAKING News: Fire at local church

A local abandoned church on top of J Mountain, cought on fire this afternoon. The cause is unknown. Kids from the local elementary, where on a school picnic when the fire broke out. A few students got trapped in the back room, but where saved by unidentified boys.


-Kaitlyn Richardson

Weather

The average for the 20 is up to 67.3°F 5 degrees higher than it usually is. The precipitation for the 20th is no rain for 6 days of the week and on the 7th day it should get up to 1.33 inches and there is no chance of snow. The lowest wind speed is 6.3 mph and the max wind speed is 13 mph.


-Joey Camp

Wanted

Johnny Cade and PonyBoy Curtis are wanted for murder. Bob Sheldon, age 17, from Tulsa Oklahoma was found dead by a fountain. Police investigated the case and found fingerprints of Johnny Cade and PonyBoy Curtis. Officers assume that one of the two murderers drowned the victim in the fountain and then stabbed him. If you have any information about these two murderers please contact the Police. There is a $200 reward for any information.


-Rolando Martinez Rico

Ponyboy Curtis

Age 14, Greaser, Light Brown Hair, Greenish-Gray Eyes
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Johnny Cade

Age 16, Greaser, Jet-Black Greasy Hair, Black Eyes, Dark Tanned Face
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Fashion

1960s fashion was bi-polar in just about every way. The early sixties were more reminiscent of the 1950s — conservative and restrained; certainly more classic in style and design.

The late 1960s were the exact opposite. Bright, swirling colors. Psychedelic, tie-dye shirts and long hair and beards were commonplace. Woman wore unbelievably short skirts and men wore tunics and capes. The foray into fantasy would not have been believed by people just a decade earlier.

It’s almost like the 1950s bottled everyone up so much that the late 1960s exploded like an old pressure cooker. Women were showing more skin than ever before.

For the first time in the 19th Century, London, not Paris, was the center of the fashion world. The British Invasion didn’t stop with The Beatles. It swept into all parts of life, especially clothing


-Kylie Hillis

Puzzles

-Kaitlyn RIchardson
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Answers to last weeks puzzle

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Jobs

Are you looking for a job? If you are, here are some jobs that are available. Don’t worry if you don’t find a job because there are always jobs showing up.

Leisure and Hospitality: Cleaning Hotels and Washing Clothes


Education and Health Services: Teaching and Physical Therapists


Professional and Business Services: Lawyer


Financial Activities: Banker


Trade and Transportation and Utilities: Train Driver and Taxi Driver


Manufacturing: Factories


Construction: Fixing Houses and Making Buildings


Mining and Logging: Agriculture and Mining

-Rolando Martinez Rico

Comics By Jaxson Plambeck

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Obituarys

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Bob Sheldon

Bob Sheldon alive from 1948-1965, was murdered by Johnny Cade in a act of self defense


-Joey Camp

Sports

1965 husker goes in undefeated against oklahoma.


-Jaydin Smith

Coupons

-Kylie Hillis
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Did not recive from Jaydin.

Entertainment

Back in 1965 batman and superman were in the newpaper along with beach blanket bingo, and roger ramjet and more.It was written by Robert greenberger. For entertainment they could listen to the Rolling Stones. They also had other music like the beatles and kiss and ac dc and other music types and poison. They had some board games like operation,trouble,and candy land.

-Jaxson Plambeck

Map of the area

Our town is shown by the red dot.

-Kaitlyn Richardson

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