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Back Row CL to R7 Mrs. Matz, Mrs Eohls, Mrs.Ell1ott, Miss Turney.
Front Row: Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Nasset, Mrs. Walker.
be we are little people, but with forty of us, we sure make our
little room look full! Some of the things that have made our first year
1 an exciting one are: The halloween party, The Christmas program-
ly when Jolly old Saint Nicholas called on us,and our Valent1ne's
w that the big thrill of coming to school for the first time is
look forward to having a pleasant summer vacation. Mrs, Elliott.
second grade has eight boys and eighteen girls this year. They
worked very hard on their school work but have had time, too,
to play and have fun together. Mrs. Kohls.
class consists of twenty two memters. Larry Christopherson left
ol to go to school at Fairchild. In return , Gloria Marx came
us. We began our year's activities by taking a walk about Altoona
int us with the addresses of city students. We also gathered many
ing specimens of plant life which were later studied. A short time
e fourth grade and our grade went to Eau Claire and visited the
dairy, fire station, police station, and radio station. The annual
party and Christmas parties followed. Mrs. Williams.
e of the highlights for the Fourth Grade this year was their
n to Sunlite Dairy, Tenderkrust Bakery, W.B.I.Z, Police Station and
tion. We also enjoy our Wisconsin School of the Air Program. In
are planning to participate ln the Music Festival directed by
Professor E.B. Gordon. Mrs. Walker
ther 1t's collecting paper for the paper drive, or cheering at a
basketball game or struggling with an extra difficut arithmetic problem, .
you can depend on the fifth grade to be in there pitching. Both boys and
girls have shown a keen interest ln haeKetball-- both as spectators and
participants. NF1ght Team Flghtn is P familiar chant in the corridor as
rleaders practice their yells for the games. Mrs. Matz
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The chief activities of this year were the Halloween party, the
Christmas Program, and the Valentine party. Each year these activities
become more eXc1t1ng.Sixth grade has lived up to expectations. We,
especially, have been preparing for the day when we will be nUpata1rsu,
not only in academic work but also in the extra-curricular activities
such as band, cheerleading, and playing champion Basketball.
When school opened in September the Class numbered twenty-two. In
October Eddie Thompson joined the class. In October, the class went on
a field trip to the William Bagley Farm in Chippewa County, We saw all
types of erosion control. Our class took part in the county field day
that was held at Augusta. Orville Larson, Douglas Gutsch, Lavern
Killen, and David Klohs are members of the junior high basketball team.
They have won two games thus far. Dona Laeeon Annabelle Jacobson, John
Shope, Douglas Gutsch, Nancy Straus, Shirley killen, and Gary Klieat are
members of the Junior Band. Dalne Nrlght, Robert Valaska, and David Klohs
are members of the Senior Band. The class has met 1t's quota for the Jun-
ior Red Cross work ln the county. The students put on a play UMayt1me in
Plymouth.n Linda, Annabelle, Shirley, Nancy, BettyLou,Dona, from the
seventh grade tumbling class. Miss Turney
KL to RJ Nancy Marx, Mary Ellen Handgardener, Shirley Klllen, Judy Connell
and Kay Bernicke. Not oictured Sandra Johnson.
The Junior Twirlera have heentaught this year by Senior Twirler
Betty Shafer. They are all looking forward to the day when they to will
be Senior Twirlers. So far they have come along very good and will some-
day prove to be very Hood.
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