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Page 86 text:
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
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,
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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
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
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GRADES 7 AND 8
Seemingly bursting with ambition and enthusiasm,
20 pupils of the 7th grade and 17 of the 8th grade
greeted each other Joyfully and noisily Tuesday morn-
ing, Sept. 8th. Since then Maynard Whipple of Webster
City, Iowa, Melvin Underwood,
Wyanet, Ill. and Ruth
Hamilton have joined the 7th grade, making our enroll-
ment 59 pupils.
The English classes organized a club which they
named Future Citizens of America. For the first semes-
ter, Jean Wigham was elected president, Joyce Anderson,
Vice-pres., Dolores Granquist,
News Reporter. For the second
elected Pres., Donnie Hukee,
Vice-president, John Wood,
See., and Ruth Walker
semester, Roger Beck was
Treas., Bernard Hukee, Sec., n
and James Bergene, News Re- j ., ,jimi
porter. The Club met once a Q,Q I,F Sf :Q
month, putting on a program V Q '4
suitable for that month. A 9 X ,CSp!f
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At the February P.T.A.
meeting, when the Auxiliary
and Legion put on the pro-
gram, our grades sang two songs, nThe Army Air Corpsn
and the WMarine Hymn.
By Mary Jane Finbraaten
In Home Economies, the girls have made aprons,
caps, hemmed towels and made hot pan holders.
In Shop the boys made mechanical drawings the
first semester. The last semester they made many use-
ful projects, such as chicken and hog feeders, or ar-
ticles of furniture.
The total amount of Christmas Seals sold by the
room was Sl5.65. John Wood sold the largest amount.
Our grades have been buying War Stamps end Bonds.
To date the totfl for our room is S555.65.
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