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Grades 5 and 6
September third brought the fifth graders to aa: rup-
stairs room for the first time, and sixth graders hhur-
ried bac to claim the places they had chosen in the
spring. Another year of work and play had begun.
Since school started in September, Sidney Berg, Jean
Weber, Dorothy Bonallie, Sylvester Jensen, and Ruby Walker
have gone to other schools. Phebe Viste attended school
here for the first time,and during the year,Jamcs Bergene,
Ruth Stern, Beverly Ehlo, and Hazel Fletchall joined the
Everyone took part in the operetta,HThe Magic Christ-
mas Bellnwhich was presented tn the gymnasium the week be-
fore Christmas. Lloyd Osmundson was Santa Claus and Joyce
Boyum his helper. Others were Chinamen, Balloons, Cowboys
Scotch lassies, Indians, and Swedish boys and girls. A
Lincoln program was presented to the third and fourt
grades on February twelfth. The girls, with .the upper
grade girls sang patriotic songs at the February P.T.A.
Parties were enjoyed on Ha1loween,Christmas, and Vale
ntines Day. Other short parties were given for people who
Owen Anderson, Dennis Uglum,Roger BecK,Robert Freid,
Joyce Boyum, Ruth Larson, Harold Wiste, and James 5Bergnne
take instrumental lessons, from Mr. Stegemann. Harold
Joyce, Roger, Robert, Ruth,and James are already wmembers
of the band.Mary Jane Finbraaten,Dorothy Knutson,Joyce Bo-
yum, Dennis Hukge, and Hazel Fletchall take piano lessons
and Phebe Viste takes guitar lessons.
'Football and basketball have Kept the boys very busy.
Much interest was aroused over the basketball games betw-
een the fourth and fifth,and fifth and sixth grade boys.
Harold Osmundson dressed for football and6a0Gompanied,both
the football and basketball teams on trips.
Fifth and sixth graders sold more Red 'Guess Christ-
mas seals than any other room, almost fifteen dollars
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V p, Grades 5 and 4
The call of the school bell on the morning of Sep-
tember Srd brought twenty-eight happy, third Hand fourth
graders back to the Adams School after a pleasant summer
vacation. Very shortly everyone was busy planning the
work and play for the coming year.
New geographies and histories were passed out to
the fourth grade. While the fourth grade were busy be-
coming acquainted with their new studies and review, the
third grade were becoming acquainted with their new
books and room. '
Since the beginning of the year, we welcomed the
the following pupils to our roomg Eugene and Russell
Triplett, Robert Krumm, Billy hanson, and Janet Stern.
We are sorry that nine pupils have moved away. They
are Lawrence Berg, Robert Weber, Eugene and Russell
Triplett, Elaine and Richard Jensen, Don Nelson, Arthur
Johnson, and Kermit Iverson.
The third and fourth grade organized a club, HThe
Little Citizen's Club.n Their aim was to learn how to
conduct and carry on a club. Officers and committees
were elected to plan the programs, parties, and other
Fingers of six of the girls have been busy exercis-
ing on the piano key board. Maureen Rebne, Isabelle
Hukee, Darlene Lewison, Marion Nelson, Shirley Asper,
and Dorothy Sorknes, have been taking piano lessons.
All of the pupils, dressed in their gayly colored
costumes, took part in the Christmas operatta, HThe
Magic Christmas Bell,U This operatta was presented by
the lower six grades at the annual Christmas program.
Halloween, Christmas, and Valentine parties have
been enjoyed during the year. Programs for Columbus day,
Thanksgiving, George Washington's and Abraham Lincolns
birthday, were shared by the group.
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Thirty--nine eager and enthusiastic seventh wand
eighth grade pupils arrived promptly on the morning of
September 2, to begin the l94.l-1942, school year.
Regular school work began immediately with a review
Of the Previous year's subject matter. As the year
advanced much new material was presented and studied in
all subject fields. On Friday of each week, the Social
Studies classes gave reports and held discussions on the
present day events. The Junior Review was used as
a basis for the study.
Interesting book reports were given throughout the
year. Some fine illustrations, were made of the lit-
erature read. Other art work included free hand cut-
tings, pencil drawings, soft crayon chalk drawings and
the making of friezes.
The pupils presented the nLitt1d Shepherd Who Was
Left Behindn at the Christmas program for the P. T. A,
Bernard Hukee took the part of the Shepherd Boy.
The girls together with the fifth and sixth grade
girls sang two numbers, Uwe Are All Amsricansn and HI
Am An Americann at the Auxiliary and Legion Program.
The seventh and eighth grade boys participated in
the Junior High basketball tournament which was held
February 28, at Adams.
The girls, with Miss Christensen as A instructor,
had home economics three hours each week.With Mr. Smith
as teaoher,the boys had Industrial Education three hours
each week. -
A contest for selling the most tickets ffor the
Junior Class Play, nAnne of Green Gablesn,was won by
Romona Anderson and John Wood. The pupils are to be cem-
mended for their efforts. '
To vary the work of the year the pupils enjoyed. a
party on October 5l,the Friday before the Ghrismmas
Holidays and St. Vanentine's Day.'
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