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Page 95 text:
Grades 7 and B
he seventh and eighth grades began the 1940-1941
vschool year in the same roomwfth' ariequal number
of students, 17, in each grade and Miss Batalden as
To start the year the seventh grade had a picnic supper in
Huseby's woods with Kathleen Lewison and Ramona Anderson as
managers. After the food had disappeared and the bonfire had
been put out, the group played games until dark, when they all
found their way home.
The boys, with Mr. Hatle as instructor, had Industrial Ed-
ucation three hours every week. They had a nice collection of
magazine racks, blanket boxes, work table boards, stools and
games to show for their work.
Miss Christiansen taught the girls Home Economics three
hours each week. After sewing aprons and caps, the girls vest
them while serving breakfasts and lunches to their classmates
In the spring our 7th grade boy's kittenball team came at
winners in both games played with the Sacred Heart seventh
At the close of the year there are 15 8th graders and 1?
7th graders enrolled.
Donald Tlegen and James Berg have been neither absent nor
tardy the past school term,
Page 94 text:
Grades 5 and 6
hen.school began in.September, we had fifteen
sixth graders and eighteen fifth graders en-
rolled. During the year, Marilyn Otto Vivian
Dean, and Pat Devney left for new homes. Marcella Jensen and
Avis Anderson have entered during the year. We now have nn
enrollment of thirty-two pupils.
After the study of Norway in the sixth grade the pupils
wrote a play and presented a program about life in Norway
for their Mothers. They also had a large collection of ar-
ticles on display of things made in Norway.
At Christmas time, our pupils, with those of the other
Elementary grades, presented a pageant for the P.T.A.
At one of the spring P.T.A. meetings, our group demon-
strated games such as they play for physical education
In our room we have four members of the band. They are
Joyce Anderson, Bernard Hukee, Roger Beck, and Robert Freid.
Those who take music lessons but have not attained the hclnr
of joining the band as yet,are: Norman Olson, Raymond Bison,
Joyce Boyum, Harold Wiste, and Ruth Walker.
We have three pupils who have been neither absent nor
tardy all year. They are Elaine Snortum, Joyce Boflm. and
Mary Jane Finbraaten.
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