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mus asked Mr.Spencer if he was going to the
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.hey are p t in the mill pond. They will
elack or check if they are not kept there
vntil they are sawed. The logs are hauled
fp to the platform of a ear where they are
sawed. All of the tools are driven by steam
or electricity. Bill Smith,8A.
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Tuesday Morning,Uay 15,1941 ?iQ1 Rhoneh
pieces could by cut to shape on the jii
saw and sanded on the disk sander. The
is worked out in a beautiful geometric
design in different colored woods. The
pieces are glued in place with airplane
cement so that there is no danger of tr ,
being pulled loose. The finish is of sk
lac and varnish. There are about seven
coats on now. Each have been rubbed and
polished and several will still be put e
before it is really finished. The desk
Circus. Mr.Spencer said,U I look at you and
- ' hhell d ' 'd d t d th drr:f
by the News Sentinel photographer and it
will be seen in the Passing Youth Page
of the News Sentinel. -
and I see a baboon,and I look at Floyd Fer-
rier and I see a monkey so I see enough
circus for me out here.W
The boys and girls in the seventh and
eighth grades are doing very lovely work in
their Art Projects. Some of them ahve drawn
John schie, BA .
I have just learned how to crochet nnc
is it ever fun. First my stitches are all
wrong and then I pul too tight. I get my
very pretty pictures on pieces of linen cloth thread all mixcd up in my hands. SO the
and have painted them with beautifull.: colors
of show card paints.
Others have made reciepe books which are
designed and painted on the covers. They are
very pretty. -
We like art work very much and always
try to do our very best and to make as many
different kinds of articles as possible.
Arithmetic is m very best subject. I
cannot always get the problems but someone
will always come to my recuse with help if
it is necessary. There is only one thing
that I don't like about arithmetic and
that is when I get started and get interest-
ed in the problems a nd we have to quit and
go to something else. When I graduate I
want to take mathematics in m first year
high school. If it is as much fu as now
it will be my very best subject.
Five years ago two boys started on this
desk. They did most of the frame work and
the side panels. Each of the following years
there was a little done as boys camefalong
who wished to work on it. Now it ishabout
ready to be finished up.
The real thing about this desk is that
it was all put together by hand. As needed
the power saw and jig saw were used. The
legs were turned on the lathe. The real
beauty of the desk is in the hand shaped
inlay which goes to make the top design. It
was all done by hand except Where the little
only thing to do is try again. Of course
it is more fun pulling it out so it doesn
not matter how many mistakes I make. But
I em sure that I will learn someday.
VIR! FEW people use good English. They
should not only write good English but th
they should speak it as well. Man say
Unin't2 instead of Wisn'tU or Uaren'tU an
Ugitu for Ugetu. They also use many other
words wrongly. Sometimes people call other
by the last name which is not very court-
eous. E very child should learn how to
speak good English while they are young-
HOW DC BACTERIA ENTER
Bacteria may enter the body through ti
digestive tract. They may be inothG foof
we eat. They sometimes come with milk OT
water. Drinking cups,penCilS,t0YS,0P QVCV
our ovn hands may have them on and bo Plf
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bacteria is through the nose. Droplets of
sputum are thrown into the air when peopl
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3 , - MACHI NE T OLS
Even in the Stone Age,savnges used tools
to make things. Early man used hard bits of
flint to fashion his stone clubs and arrow
Later men made their houses and furn-
iture of wood. They developed the sIw,chisel,
h2m er,file,nnd plane to shape wood.
when man began to work with metal these
tools were not hard enough nor powerful
enough. Machines of hardened steel or alloys,
driven by power,were needed to cut and shape
the metal. Such machines were called machine
Machine I001B.llk8kth6 presses on which
our newspapers are printed,the machines that
spin and weave our cloth,grind our flour,turn
The first step in lumbering is the
selection of the site. This is done by
men whose duty it is to survey the for-
est from the standpoint of economy in
sawing and delivery of logs to the mar-
ket. One site is chosen for the camp.
A force of men is hired to build roads
from the railroad or highway to the camp
site. There must be trucks,power-hoists,
and garage equipment,tools,stoves,and
cooking utensils and food supplies for
the men and operations. All these are
needed at the camp which must be built
as soon as equipment can be hauled in.
There is built an office,bunk-houses,
our elctric refrigerators,radios,vncuum cleanraneSS h8l1S,b1aCkSmith Sh0P5, garageS,and
There are two main types of machine
toolsgthose used for general work and those
for one particular job.
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QQ3 SHOP CLASS.
Every dey from lo:5O to 11:50 the boys
of the seventh and eighth grades have shop.
we make many projects such as end tables.
cut outs,book shelves,chinese checker boards
filing cabinetS,tops,wooden bal1s,wooden
bowls,and many other things. We have some
bqys who made model airplanes and racers.
We get e lot of pleasure running the power
tools and learn to do n good job of work if
we are willing to be careful and mnke use
of our instructions. I believe that we are
making a great advance in our shop class.
Our shop teacher is Mr.S ellers.
Bill Smith SA.
Bill: Buddy,can you spare n dime for a cup
Merlin:S orry,I haven't a dime. But I could
give you some good advice.
Bill:No thanks, If you haven't n dime your
advice couldn't be worth much.
stables,and sometihes there are other
buildings. The road into camp is built
for hauling large heavy loads, Smaller
roads are built from the main road into
the cutting areas.On these roads the logg
are pulled to the main roads. At certain
locations along the main road there are
cleared ares called skidwnys. Logs are he
here piled up to await the trucks and
sleds to take them to the mills.
All logs on the skidways are scaled
or measured for the number of feet that
can be cut from each. The men who do this
are called scalers. From this point the
logs are sent to the mills. The oldest
method of transporting logs is by float-
ing them. This is done in the spring
when the ice thaws and the freshets fill
This phase of lumbering has provided
experiences that have made backgrounds
for interesting stories,of lumbermen of
the by-gone days. The lumberjacks wear
spiked shoes and carry a peavey which
is n long pole with a straight and cur-
ved hook,one at each end. When logs jam
in the river they are dynamited to break
the jam. This movement is called the
spring dnmve.When logs get to the mill
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was a group of new interns at the hospital
in which I worked. A few weeks later I saw
one of these new doctors vhose face looked
familiar to me so I went up to him and asked
He said it was Bill Smith. I was so as-
tonished to see him. We talked quite some
time of the good times we hed in the eighth
grdde et ACCH.
One hot dey I decded to go to the lake.
A friend of mine osked me to take their lit-
as rhite as d sheet and as pretty as a
picture. She fell from n trapeze while do
ing an ect for the children at the Home.
One dey I was shopping. I was surprised
to see Q picture in the window. It was so
ist. I inquired where the artist lived.
They told me where to find her and that
her name was Delme Justice. I had a hard
finding her and when I did the maid told
me that she was out.AS I Went away I
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looked end rookie for three weeks with no Ui ' 9'C dhC'rrQL yr .7 'JOEY cchae '
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to tvke an girpinne for Qfme rc syn or other, it read as follows:
I want to th, field ond was panning on when I efme Dear Grandmother: Thanks for the
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my amazement Mildred Ytrmnn urs lying on her
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