Adams High School - Argo Yearbook (Adams, MN)

 - Class of 1943

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GRADES? 3 AND 4 Nineteen poppy third and fourth gradersxstarted the school year together in September,1942.Since the school year began, Patricia Gute, Rachel and Robert Parmenter, Robert ndree, LaVenne Otto, Earl and Norbert Hamilton have moved away. The boys and girls were happy to wele come Wes1eyJohnson, Ruth Kulsrud, Beverly Anderson , Curtis Hamiltcn,Marguer1te Coleman, and Phyllis Johnson to our room. The third and fourth grade have been journeying to different countries and regions of the world in their g00graphy and social studies classes. The unit on 'Life in Switzerlandnwas especially interesting to the fourth grade. The third and fourth grades have been busy reading library books. They have written the names of the books that they A QI. have resid on the library chart. K They have also written book .4,,f reports each six weeks. Programs and parties have ' been enjoyed by the group on holidays. All the boys and girls took pert in the Christ- mas operetta, nUnole Sam's Ghristmas,W and the tableau, g' I' l M R b WChrlst Is Born.n :Y aureen 9 ne Basketball, Kittenball and football have been fa- vorite games of our young athletes. They also enjoy the relays and games, they play in their regular physical cducatlon class. Carol Tort EEEREEE EEE

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gh 'iw ' lit 'mf we 11255 f ' 1 1 , 'N,, 'N-'AN.S 2' I X 1 f -X., il: Q N- Grades l and 2 The fifteen boys and the seventeen girls which make up the first and Asecond grades have been very active during the year. We have done many things, both work and play. Our largest project for the year was the building and the study of a post office. Each week, from our post office window, we sold defense stamps and almost everyone in the room was 'H ,v'. 41.1. buyin .Other units of study f throughout the year were L.Lf?FC?6f5L the dairy and the study of 'yweqlfsgqfylfqvlfjrr birds. When we studied the XQQQETK Tflfl' wJ71" dairy we churned our own T' - 5-1-L-'Mi -, W'- butter in school and hadj a iff- Iwjf QQQ party of crackers and but- "' llgici ter- Everyone 111wusl1t it TLTTTIQfL.llf5f-P??QQ?'f'QIQ'f.'l' 1 was such fun. TIEg?iiIlLqWdTLTl,n AHV 'VLVfmT'Tm"u In our art class one ifjlflilmfflfffllffif project was sewing for 'the 'Ml-0.rci.7l-L.il,L:n. .,.. girls and woodwork for the -'7 -L73-fra-4-fi--IJ-','lf't1" boys. We made aprons and T'YWM'+Wm'?hV'1MN'dF Nring the hook game.n Many games and rrces were learned and played in our gym period. In the spring baseball seemed to be the favorite snort for the boys and the girls enjoyed roller skating and jumping rece. In the month of February we entertained our moth- ers and two other grades with a program honoring George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Our first grade also put on a program for the P.T.A. showing our parents one of the things which we do in school during the day. Parties were held for special occassions ' such as Holloween, Chrlstams, and Valent1ne's Day. When any of the children had a birthday we always took a few minutes to observe it. Many of the children brought a birthday treat for all of us. M Phyllis Babcock I 4532! QQ -X ,X gig rm gg QQ QQ QQ? wg 5 ' 1 2 xX.,N w x sx- N



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GRADES 5 AND 6 The school year 1942-43 has been a busy one for the 30 fifth and sixth graders. War interests have been topmost. In the fall they made posters for the scrap collection and helped gather scrap. War stamp and bond posters were also made, and many stamps and occasion- ally bonds have been purchased. A chart in the class- room showed the total stamp purchases each week. War news was followed in our Weekly Reader and the daily papers and radios. Sixth graders made a scrap book of WNorth Africa in the News' and a picture map of North Africa, showing our troops, planes, and ships. Letters were written to service men, many answers to which were read in school. Over S21 worth of Christmas seals wMR5Hwv4PS were sold. The 'Uncle Sam'su captain- I ed by Lloyd Osmundson won the contest I 1 and were entertained at a Valentine , party by Donna F1sher's losing nSanta Q L' Clausn side. SM Everyone took part in the Christ- l cj mas program WChr1st Is Bornn and Uncle 4 Sam's Chr1stmas.' Donna Fisher' and Owen Anderson were band members. Ruth Stern took clarinet lessons ,and Marion Nelson, SJ, Shirley Asper, and Darlene Lewison, 4 9 ,-ij f took piano lessons. By Donna whtros Lee Roy Hamilton, Willard Larson, and Beverly Nor- land left in March to go to other schools, but Peter John Jr. and John Anderson joined the group, Marcella Bhend . X X 2:::'NX- SQ: slr - 'rfigitlg i Q Q

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