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HOW TO MAKE A PIONEER DOLL
First you find a nice clean corn cob.
From this you can make a doll just like the
one little pinneer Hope played with. It
would be easier for you to trace the big
picture on the white cloth. The other pict-
ure shows you just where on the cloth to
put the face. Then you could use crnyons to
color the hair yellow or brown. You could
make the eyes blue,brown,or blacks and the
it and cut them out,pasted them on the
cardboard so they would be stiff and able
to stand. We colored them brown and black
and attached them to the yoke and tongue
They were ready then to pull the covered
wagons. Lee Stillwell.4A
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The fourth grade history class are
studying about pioneers. We made some chile
mouth und cheeks red. You can see in the pioten and u cradle for the baby,two oxen to
picture just how to tie the dolls head on
with the cloth pulled tight where the face
is to mnke the face lie smooth and flat.
If the cloth is so thin that the corn-
cob shows through you could out another
square of cloth and put it underneath. If
you do not have a corncob a piece of bark
will do. Cut as long as the doll is to be.
To make a neat hem in the doll's shawl
after you have cut your square of cloth
two and one half times as long as
turn the sides and neease them so
stay. Then turn the edges under n
pull the wagons. When we finish these
things we will make a rug and n few of the
boys are making the logs for the cabins.
Then we will makes the cabins and furnish
it. We are planning to make a little scene
out of it. It will show how the pioneers
traveled and lived. Diana Ferrier,5B
QOH TQ MAKE 5 FIRE
First get a board about two or three
the cob, inches wide and about n foot long. Paint
they will.or color it green. Then get two long forke
second sticks about nine and one half inches long.
time and sew around the hem with stitches Nail the sticks to the green board. Then
as small as can nnke them. The picture showgqmnanother stick to put across them. This
you just how to wrap the cloth around the should be about ten inches long. Get some
doll. Clothes pins make nice dolls too. red paper and tack it to the board. Now yor
Nelda Jenn Ramsey,4A. have completed your fireplace.
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HOW TO MAKE THE EIEN.
The fourth grade have made covered wag-
ons,fire,people and oxen. I will tell yOu
how we made our oxen. We got m copy of the
oxen from our history book. We traced over
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Lhelped to settle this country, They were
Rzalled pioneers. We have been studying
Qthis year about pioneers,how they lived,
Qtraveled,and Jorked. One day-n little girl
Tnamed Hope heard her father say,nHarry,
jyou stay here and take crre of your sis-
yterend mother while I go to town to see
conditions. They were called pioneers.
They had to cut down the trees to make
their homes, They lived on wnter,corn,
berries and deer meat that they found in
The fourth grade stidied about pioneer
people end how they lived and made their
homes. We learned about n family named
strong. In the family there were father,
mother, Harry,Hope,and sister Sue.
'iabout some business." Lute in the afternoon i'f3'f""Hi"Jf"'H+12'f':'H""4'HJ'9'4""f'H"x" 'HQ
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ydeep forest. They forded the rivers. Mr.
'and Mrs Strong nnde a logihouse from the
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Page 75 text:
The airplanes fly so high . Efiiiibii QQHNIQ . 1
5,57 lock like birds up in the Sky. Onee upon u .ine there were to littig
reed fury Come gliding dawn boys. They were named Jerry and Jack. U
lhev hardly make e sound.
And when the pilot steps out
was the c-?cst.
to the toads to
ily.Jack who was
B very day he would go t
hunt for food for the fn.
younger would elm-ys gi
The people gather all about. Tom gl T 4 L , ,
igikai 00 .he rlver to f1Sh. one day HS JQCk'li
NATUPE STUDY fishing a little man came to him and sid
HFlzase mdy I have a fish to fill m eng
stomach. I haven't eaten for four days.'
Jack said,HThen you must be very hungey,
and he pulled a fish from his basket. The
old man thanked him and hurried off.
When Jack crme home he heard his mothei
saying,nJack, I nm very proud of you, to
give an old man uhnt you wanted yourselfv,
Jack said,NBut how did you know?W She only
smiled and left the room. Jack never did
find out the the old man was only Jerry.
EASTER 2!f.,3,UQIT BASKETS
Little creatures please come here.
I won't hurt nor pull your ear.
I am studying Nature Study '
And the teacher teaches me
Just to love and care for thee.
Little spider please come here
I won't come too near.
There is s foolish little bird
Or rather silly is the word.
He builds his nest right in the trough
It seems his brain's no bigger than a moth
When it rains he will get wet ix
And have to leavegwhat do you bet?
Norman D oud,6A.
THE BIRD S
The birds are busy like the bees
Making their nests up in the trees.
The mother bird helps with the work
The father his duty never will shirk,
Then the baby birds are big
S' boys and girls in our room made
E aster Sunday. We made l55. First we drew
them on thick white pnper,then made their
feces. We painted some of their coats blue
red,green, yellow, and purple. Then we out-
lined them in gold paint. We painted the
eyes and nose pink.. We then pasted them to
gether and made a basket to put the cnndy
in. We also piinted buttons on the coats.
Ve put the boxes and took them to the officn
rabbits to be used on the dining room table:
Away for fishworms they will dig.
AMERICAN RED CROSS DOG
Gnce upon a time there was a little boy.
All the boy could do to make a living was
Selling cans.. He was on his way one day and
heard n cry. It sounded like a pup. He went
in the direction the cry came from. Sure
enough you could tell that this pup was hun-
gry. So he fed it what he had. The boy and
the pup began to like each other. Vhen the
pup grew up and the boy grew up, the boy
joined the army. Everyone laughed at the
boy and his dog. One day the boy wus shot.
the Bog saw his master lying on the ground
and pulled him to the hospital. He ran in -
and tugged at the nurse. She followed out
and found the soldier. She took him in and
cared for him.. When the men got well the
nurse told him the story. Just then the dog c
came ru ning in. Then the master saw him he
said,NYou saved my lifen. UI shall call you
AM ERICAN RED CROSS.N The dog seemed to like
the name for he lisked his meters hand.
This little boy was very poor. He had no home
JUNIOR GIRLS COTTAGE
Over at our cottage we have lots of
duties. We get up and get ready for
' breakfast. The bell rings and we go ovei
and ent. W en we come back we have lots oi
work to do. After we get our work done we
get ready for school. After the school dui
we take the little girls out side to play
Later we bring them in and get them read?
for supper. After supper they play until
bedtime. Then we all go to bed.
glfly, duty is taking care of the babies
but it is lots of fu . But just the same
taking care of babies is work too. Mrs.
Bickel is nice to me if I don't know hor
to do things. She makes all the dresses
the babies. She loves
the same. There is anothe
try to do our 'ork .A',' well.
wash the babies. Every
and sunsuits for
all of them just
girl to help. We
I feed dress,end
thing must be kept very clean all the time
I like ny duty very much. Betty Wnrniek.
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