Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
19 Oct 1935

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19 Oct 1935

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 19, 1935, Ames, Iowa A pass of school news is printed in the Tribune time each week e in at Christmas during the school year. Edited by Daisy Mcleod Stubbe schools Tribune times school superintendents principals teachers and others a invited to submit material of. Publication. Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa saturday october 19. 1935. Every saturday during school year Kelley class officers Are named for or. Kelley officers for classes of the Kelley Junior and High schools have been elected for the year As follows seniors Raymond Swanson president Dorothy berhowe vice president Gertrude Kingsbury secrets by treasurer supt. Harry Gaulke sponsor. Juniors a Lavern Sheldahl president Vivian Carlson vice president lev in Halverson Secretary treasurer Harry Baker sponsor. Sophomores Nyls Sutter president Erma Reinertson vice president Weldon Kingsbury Secretary treasurer miss Virginia Meuller sponsor. Ninth Grade a Wayne Fausch president Vera Tyler vice president Eleanor Elvert Secretary treasurer j. Neal Raudabaugh sponsor. Eighth Grade Herbert Sheldahl president Robert Tesdahl vice president Everett Halverson Sec rotary treasurer miss Hazel Hills sponsor. Seventh Grade Dorothy Nelson president Mildred berhowe vice president Dorothy Sheldahl Sec a tary treasurer miss Hazel Hills sponsor. A Fernald hrs. Are working on class play Fernald the Junior class of Fernald High school will present the play a miss adventure a in then a future. Funds from the production will be used to finance the annual Junior senior banquet the first act has been prepared for presentation and the second act parts will have been Learned by the end of the week. The third act will be started next week. Miss Mildred Stratton is coaching the play. The plot evolves about a girl who wants adventure and goes to the farm to get it. Characters Are Samson janitor of miss primes school Earl Tudor Josephine Carter a Tomboy Helen chitty a amp ran Ann Haskins housekeeper for Albert Brown Bonnie Stoneberg Cyrus Alberts hired band Orville Nessa Albert Brown a Young Farmer Delmar toot mrs. Tyle Carter Mother of Josephine Betty dial who also plays the part of Peggy a College girl sue a Young Quot allege girl Audrey Gerlach Betty another College girl Beaulah Chapman. Keith Menze named head Central his Keith Menze was named president of the Central Junior High school his club at a meeting held monday. Other officers named at that time were Dick Mccarthy program chairman Russell Truesdell reporter Jim Paley Contact Man Dick Matteson entertainment chairman William yielding Secretary. Glen Cunningham Secretary of the Iowa state College y. M. C. A., was guest speaker at the meeting. $ Central school notes t the Scholastic Roll for the first six weeks period at Oakwood school Washington township includes Floyd Junior Christofferson Dorothy Ringgenberg. Elsie Brown Maxine Barrie and Beverly Christofferson. Six pupils had perfect attendance. They were Gale Plagman Beverly Christofferson Floyd Junior Christofferson Dorothy Ringgenberg Ramona Olson and Dean Olson. The new citizenship club has been named a Keltner citizenship club a honouring some Early settlers in the District. Helen Olson has been named president. Dale Gatewood Robert Gatewood. And Dorothy Ringgenberg have returned their dental cards. Miss Judith Skromme is the teacher. $ state Center or. High to observe education week state Center classes in the state Center Junior High school Are making arrangements to cooperate in the Observance of National education week which occurs this year from nov. I to 17. The program is now being prepared by Phyllis Pas Coe High school speech instructor this event has come to be one of the major projects of the school up in. It is sponsored by the United states office of education the am Erl an legion and the National educational association. Mary Rood Helen Allen Myrna Carlson several clubs at Central Junior High school have been organized As follows seventh Grade dramatic club a president Leila Shelton vice president Jan Arrasmith Secretary Robert Taylor. Other members. Paul Nichols Dorothy Spratt. Carolyn Campbell Marilee Cooper Duane Dirksen Olive Pete son Edythe Todd Lynn Nichols Alberta Steinberg John Roche John Madson Bradley Wells Bobbie Phillips. Eighth Grade dramatic club first semester a president Edgar Collins vice president Robert Fulmer Secretary treasurer Mary Lou Dorchester Comet reporter. Spencer Vanderlinden. Other members Dorothy Schlick Dorothy Todd Helen Alexander Levohn Light. Mary Larson. Eloise Wheeler Betty Peck Marjorie Hubbard Don Lewis Bob Lavelle Jim Meyers Jack Peel Bob quist Jim Foster. Ninth Grade dramatic club first semester a president William Eichling Secretary Maynard treasurer Jean Mccarty Bob Schubert Comet reporter. Other members Dorothy Mezvinsky Billie Brooker saunas Finley june Clements Betty Olive Evelyn rein Berger. Glendora Rupp Mabel Olson Billy , Frank Grimes. Dick Thompson Delmar Bennett Dick Stafford Glenn Kauffman. Comet club a editors. Margaret Crocker and Dorothy Quaife business managers Dick Mccarthy and Richard Steinberg. The first paper was issued Friday. The eighth and ninth Grade Art chips boys and girls glee clubs and the picture study club hav not yet named officers. The school and democracy free common school is americans greatest gift to i humanity. It belongs to the heritage of intelligent and responsible citizenship established by our pioneering forefathers. It is necessary to the Success of our Republic. The school is the surest guarantee of our personal rights. It is the safeguard of our political liberties. It is the bulwark of our representative institutions. The school seeks to enrich and ennoble Home life. It develops the skills needed in agriculture and Industry. It helps to awaken ambition and to establish character. It emphasizes responsibility to the common Good and the general welfare. The free school is the expression of a mighty Faith. Because we believe in ourselves in democracy and in the future we seek thru the schools to improve the Quality of our lives a journal of National education Assn. Nail i i week nov. 11-17 Napier school Loose leaves the general t heme for the fifteenth annual Observance of a Mer Iran education week a the school and year by year american education week has grown in significance As a National Celebration of Public education. During Olla week millions of citizens visit their schools and. In to hold carnival at Collins soon Collins the annual fall carnival of the Collins High school will by held saturday nov. 9. Proceeds from the carnival will be turned Over to the athletic fund. The Fob lowing committees have been named concessions Oscar Serbein Lucite Huntrods Billy Robinson Al Lien vasty miss Elizabeth Breed on. Program Ellen Hanson Norman Stevens. Hansel Hanson Robert no ale. Miss Ellen Holmes. Advertising Charles vase. Jane fish Wilfred Neale. Gola Mullihan j says she likes it Here because Robert Mullen. She does no to have to study at decorations Claire fish. Coleen Carver Minnie Loo fish Gate of a a tilt miss Elma Rohrs. 3 More new Welch pupils Are introduced Frances Nybeck is a new fifth Grade Pupil at Welch. She formerly lived in Montevallo ala., and now resides at 217 Welch Avenue. She wrent to summer school in Montevallo but the school she attended during the rest of the year was in Eclectic. Ala. There the school took up at 7 30 a. In. And was dismissed at 3 15 p. In. J Frances plays the piano has i a collection of butterflies and i Hasni to taken a single Book Home i to study so far this year. She Crawford pupils hear of Japan the children in grades three and four of Louise Crawford school enjoyed a talk by miss colitis last monday afternoon. She told of the life of the japanese children and their schools. Her talk was illustrated with Many interesting i things Brot Back from her trip to i the Orient. A very interesting Assembly was enjoyed wednesday. Margaret Crocker spoke on Washington and since she has just returned from there she had Many things to Tell about. Marjorie Reynolds ted a Short pen meeting and Helen Bair i played two selections on the Bells. Sheldahl p. T. A. Enjoys lecture sheldahl�?1the Sheldahl Par ent teacher association enjoyed an illustrated lecture at its regular meeting held monday evening at la school. Following a business session lunch was served by a committee including mrs. Otis Alleman John Peterson s c. Hummer f. M. Sar Chett John Boda mrs Vinol Alle i Man John Scott and j. Graber. Ames High school sidelights new members of Honor society Are initiated Ames High chapter of the National Honor society held a banquet at the Bungalow Tea room tuesday evening for All new members. This was followed by an impressive initiation ceremony at the e. B. Rush Home. Pins were Given to Robert Soh re i Ber. Pauline Wheeler Herbert Pau menschen Donald Beresford Alice Wettien end Ruth Hendrickson As certificates of membership. Bill bites president made the presentation. Officers of the society Are Bill by iss president Katherine Dodds. Vice or sudent Maurizo Park treasurer Mary Lou Cliff Secretary Maurine Park and Mary Bush were in charge of arrangements for the banquet and initiation. Tags arouse added interest in 1935 Homecoming game a great Deal of additional interest v As aroused for the Ames High Homecoming game thru Orange and Black tags worn by each person who held a ticket for the game. Sophomore artists made interesting posters among those Contr buting were Barbara Taylor my tired Mcl Ratu. Margaret Bates Maxine fall and Bellej Aoe Kern varsity club pot Luck dinner thurs a potluck supper and business meeting will be held by the varsity club thursday at the Home of Ray i it fuels. Officers for this club were elected last Spring the a a Prest Dent ovens vice be it i ept Duke gip Brist Secretary Bob Menie lib Tran. Alex Jeffrey next Ames i dance to be held oct. 23 the next Ames High school dance will be held wednesday oct. 23, miss Hartsook faculty advisor to the social committee stated thursday. The dance will be called the a Shanghai no program has yet been plants gtd but members of the Committer have been appointed their duties As follows intermission program Esther Butler decorations Barbara Burnett publicity Duane Alexander. The committee chairman is Edith Burma. Bob Allen is organizing an Orth is Ira and if it is approved by the committee this orch1 Ira will prob a ply provide music for the Dane. Games and other amusements will be at ranged for those who do not Carr to dance. School Talent is featured at High Assembly Friday Ames High students enjoyed a i j Assembly program featuring school Talent Friday. Thru a student vow j this to it pc of program was found to be that most enjoyed by a majority of students. Talent for fridays program was j supplied by All classes in the school Arlyn Grinstead played a1 piano Solo Bonita Loyd gave a Reading Betty Ames Gertrude Muon presented two dances and j Dick Caine Sang a Solo. Girl reserves hold party for sept. Birthdays members of the Ames High girl Reserve club who had birthdays in september were guests at a party at the Home of Geraldine Buck this week. The honoured Girte were Barbara Bat. Wary Lou Cliff. Roma Joan Holm no pm r l r 1�?zor�?zor a a Cooper Margaret Devries Miriam j mls Snur last Ker Ltd Faber Genevieve Green Iris Grove Betty p. Jones Grace Jones Mary Leffler Margaret Ann Liston Virginia Martin Jeanne Miller Mary Nelson Barbara Penny Folly Jane Reddy Genevieve Richardson a Rte Riley Mildred Severson Max inc Swearingen and Lone Thomas Miriam Faber and Kula Mas Hiland the r. Social committee planned the party a potluck supper and a program of halloween games were enjoyed. School notes from Fernald j a Eldeen club miss Mildred Stratton and the j girls of the Eldeen club interested in campfire work held a picnic supper in Toots Timber last Widner Day fret Scho i. Art club members of the att club Are working on free expression posters for the Lunier class play and posters for basketball. Science club the science dub has been study Long magnetism and electricity the Oast two weeks. An intensive study has been made of the induction Coil and How it operates. Office were elected at the last in eel jog th5 ere Vii Milter president Billy Maskell vice pres Dent Paul Adkins Secretary treasurer. Novelty club the Novelty club is Prosr Ressin rapidly. Every member Bas completed Bis first project and project of the indent own Choice Are Well underway. New color Sci Ernes and designs in bowls Are being worked Cut. Grade news Janice Holburn and Isabel Swanton appealed on a radio program from station Woy of Ames last Fri Day. 1>ch of them Plato <1 two so Tea and the final number was k duet. Shirley Alexander Janice in Burn. La Vins Dodd end Barb in Wheelock received too per cent in a heir up Bing test. Home As she used to do. Margaret and Joyce Edgar Are in first and third grades respectively. They moved Here from Des Moines and now live at 504 i Welch. Joyce says their father j is a band director so she can play Many different instruments. Both girls like Reading. Joyce. I eight spends most of Ber spare time Reading but Margaret six. Is just learning to read. % j country the attention of the peo-5 pie is focussed upon the Public school. In 1934 approximately 4,000 communities participated in the american education week Celebration. Reports from 375 of them a less than to per cent a show that i 830.961 citizens visited the schools in these communities alone. The governors of 40 states issued special proclamations calling upon the people to take part in this Observance. At no other time in the year is the attention of the Public a Les Ely focused upon the schools. The following topics Are suggested for the Day by Day Observance but each Community will be free to change find adapt them to its own particular needs monday nov. La a the school and the citizen. Tuesday nov. 12 a the school and the state. Wednesday. Nev. 13- the school and the nation. Thursday nov. 14 a the school and social change Friday. Nov 15 a the school and country life. Saturday nov. 16 a the school and recreation sunday nov. 17 a education and the Good life. Honor students the Honor student in each class of the Napier consolidated school Bas been announced As follows kindergarten. Jimmy Ross first Grade Thelma Jean Kingsbury second Lola Roe third Herbert Keigley and Patricia Ross fourth David Barrie and Doris Bentley fifth Ruth Bates sixth Mary Coo new Honor Roll to be issued at Fernald this or. Mrs. Dorothy gangs Tea i Garber at Clearview school announces that the following six students in the school maintained averages of 90 per cent or belter Iii All of tin in studies for the ? six weeks period ust Betty Loo Ryg Margaret Mae arc Anckle Phyllis Young Luvon e m Colly a Byg. Gayle Ca do an. Eleven etude to were neither absent nor tartly during the period. They Art Norman 7. For Delores Byg. Gayle cad no. Verle Cadman. Raymond Lav son. Phyllis Young Nondas 7-nor. Margaret Mae Gres Nickle Joan cute. Arthur Riley and Marshall Young. Kelley notes i countless other ways thru out the per seventh Lucille Fiveland eighth Josephine Romedahl freshman Norma Jean Ross Sophomore Wilma Cooper Junior Dorothy Bate and Mabel Rainey senior. Helen Cooper. Play cast the cast selected for the Junior class play includes Phyllis Smith Pauline Kingsbury Dorothy Bates Louise Ferguson Mable Raney Bob Morrissey Dick Cooper Low Ell Hankins. High school Violet Finch a senior who has been ill for the past four weeks returned to school monday. Dorothy Tyler has moved to Kelley where she will attend school. Mabie Akers ninth grader will continue her school work at Nevada where she has moved with her parents. Grades seventeen pupils in the fifth and sixth grades had perfect attendance for the past six weeks. They Are Billy Beck Betty Brooks Mary Cooper Robert Cooper Eucha Evans Maxine Ferguson Lloyd Hoffman Leonard Lee Norman Paulson Charles Robinson Edith Robinson Ruth Twedt Ruth Bates Evelyn Fankhauser. Lawrence Mchone Max Robinson and Jack Warren. The third and fourth grades a e started a milk Chart. Each time a student brings a Jar of milk he gets a Star. The pupils with the most stars at the end of the year get a prize Jimmy Ross of the second Grade got his Finger caught in a door thursday. He was taken to a doctor who closed the Cut with stitches. The primary and kindergarten children have been making animate and Nursery rhyme characters of modelling Clay. This develops the Muscles of the fingers and encourages originality. The kindergarten children know 15 Nursery rhymes. Children having perfect attendance in the primary and kindergarten room during the first six weeks period were Mary Ann Dank Ruth Kline Donna Kingsbury Alice Robinson Dick Robinson Mary e. J Roe Thelma Jean Kingsbury Ruth Lee Bobby Sheehan Carroll Sydney Donald Tripp Doris Robinson lots Roe. 0 one act plays Given tuesday at Sheldahl i Sheldahl students of White Oak Alleman and Sheldahl schools presented three one act plays in the local school auditorium tues Day evening. Sheldahl pupils presented �?od-298�?� the cast included Donald Harmon. Ruth Lund Grace Crabtree and Harley Moore. Rhe Alleman play was a seeing members of the cast were Louise j Hanson Geraldine Hildreth. Ruth Hulderson and Darlene Pfel a. The White Oak production. A Light a was or sent d by Edward a under Linden Ellen Highberger i Milo Veland. Archie Richardson and Eloise Whitney. Music was furnished by the Shel Del he girls glee club under direction 1 of miss Thompson. The plays Are to of Given scan at Alleman and Tofe Oak. Wins. Read our notes for contest the juniors Are eagerly awaiting a winners the arrival of their Claes ring. The fourth Grade geography Cia which they ordered some time ago. Has completed its study of the unit the livestock judging team or. De states Raudabaugh took to the Waterloo the first and second grades have Dairy cattle Congress placed sex made an electric map to team Del tenth among 37 schools enter i. J Ferent kinds of Bird and associate three of his boys ranked a 2, 3 in i the names in print. This has pro the girl reverse Cabinet met a the Home of Maurine Park wednesday evening for a potluck supper planned by the social committee. It Ommittee reports were made this time. Howa Otey was Abs it from school two Days last week because of illness Ralph Plicht a ahead in the Spellin rare witty say Tokes and picture Are being Cut from pruners and Mac Zines by nun of the third and fourth grades if the pass the censor tev tic pasted in either of two Stranb a a is on of adults or one tor children at rho end of the year these scrapbooks will be a it it d our room a re of. Wheelock yen very interesting to operate As Well As being educational. Grade Honor students for the six weeks period Are first Grade Janice Fausch fourth Grade Junior Skromme fifth Grade. Patricia Mcmahon and Lucille Sheldahl sixth Grade Roberta Gaulke eighth Grade Mary person Nimb Grade Robert Finch. Vent to a Bosn mrs. Lob a la thursday on monday a punt o have a Perfec for the firt is a cow plan i has b in ado of fourth Salt Ltd enhance recon Franks pelted u n a a time i cd in the seven boys talk shoes end eighth Grade one Hoer a Dav is devoted to Era ten of to thee Quot Rade. An no he me work is re cuffed exceed when w re is miss i members of the boys Home Eon a no Utica class of Ames High hear j la talk on shoes Litis w a i. In Blan Johnson a graduate from the i school in the class it tout. Or told regular aaa enily held at Collin Ollins at the regular Moil Day morning Assembly of Collins a tit i or arum senior High school groups the following program was presented group magi Jug led by cob in Carver announcement . Far r Cope talk Enart. a a a vib in jr., in Observance of a Quot k it important Point a Titi buying t hot v by some shoe to consider nil explained Are is ii i and need to by broken in White others do not he discussed the difference Between Buckskin and suede shoes and emphasized the Nev shoe Sty Lea. He said that men Are b it Gin Nib g to ii. I rep fastenings on a Quot instead of ce.-. My suggested Rotor Rop Able fur Salt Renil r if of in flu 4 because of air it in Peon ired for the t a Tib act difficult f cd toil a i a men in such fac of d Lent c it acc. Mullah to work it file Claro room if to aunties a i a a in Fantee a Fhy a a Pic r i a May Able to Fitusi of it f1 a a r in a proximately three then tar. Continue he pricing one a air -. In Dav on the Rex weeks As inc merits at the Clote of the Vrr Yemen 1�?T have finished j end p As tote done to the work Heck Rte the level p Ork the right a Tud Euf Ibex this is a or re time method of in Struett to a or Toto v Iohp 9 Cate during us the judging contest for the Rosen Feld trophy during our fair. School was not in session aft r wednesday noon of last week be eau of the annual fair. Our Booth a the Little rid school House a was Given first place. The Slater school placed second with a Fine Booth. Dorothy and Raymond Tyler of Napier hic new member in the student having per Feu attend twelfth and tenth grades Teepee a Ance Are Lively. First Grade Lois Ann Rautha miss Hills music instructor to me. Janice Fausch Edwin Finch planning to give a High school on a Lynette Finch Lucite Hanson to Oretta a ask the professor on dec Bart Sorenson Marlyn Miller John to. Work a begun this week Walker Laverne Yorgenson. It will be the first operetta Given second Grad Rosemary Fau cd by the High school for sex Oral Donald Erickson. Bettie George years. Paul George Robert i Mahon miss Mueller dramatic Cozen Maxine Maillot Stanley Oakland has several Junior High students James Peterson. Nadean Richard Scholastic Roll six students were Nam d on the a Scholastic Honor Roll at Evergreen school for the Tux weeks period just end a those who had an average of 90 per cent or better in All their studies for the period Are Mary Jean Thompson. Karine Overland. Xix la Mccoll Mary William. Donald states and Robert Malvern eleven student had perfect attendance records for the term hav my been neither absent nor tardy they arc Mary Jean Thompson Katine Overland. Verlan Mccolly i Brooks Harold Nodson Ormand Overland Nix a Mccoll Junior Overlan i Avon Batea Iran Bates Donald Bates. Lloyd Blackstone. Fernald believing that students should be encouraged to study and work to the limit of their ability at All times except in rare instances where this might endanger the health of a student the Fernald consolidated school to publishing each six weeks period an Honor Roll for each Grade. This Hon or Roll will include All students listed alphabetically whose averages Are above 90 percent for the period also those students whose averages have improved Over the previous six weeks period. There will be no ranking of Btu a dents this year according to supt. G. T. Harrison and no Honor cards will be sent out. Instead the total number of Pointe made by each student in All studies will be placed at the Bottom of the card each period. Superintendent Garrison states that students will be encouraged to improve their own record from period to period but not particularly to try to beat the other fellow. He adds that a ranking of students discriminating closely As to percents has always been a Breeding place for dissent tons. Jealousies suspicions and accusations of favouritism and that the school therefore feels it is to the Best interest of the students to do away with it As practically All other schools of the country have done. Many factors Over which the student has no control influence his rank in Tho class he states. Perfect attendance lists will Law be published each six weeks. In the elementary grades absence for any portion of the Day will spoil a perfect attendance record altho the report cards will show perfect attendance where absence were for one fourth Day or less. Honor Rolls for the first six weeks period Are As follows scholarship seniors a Fatale Catron Virginia Dadisman. Irene new. Juniors a Helen chitty. Bette dial. Lois Mcnatton Elizabeth Wheelock. Sophomores a Darlene Boelk. Pearl Picht Rachel Sowers. By Tehwen a Greta Apple Lune Schuler. Evadne Thomas Dorothy Thoreson. Eighth Grade a Paul Adkins Mark Bivens Leila Chapman. Seventh Grade a Junior Picht. Label Swanson. Sixth Grade a Laving Dodd be Nadine Wheelock Barbara Wheelock. Fifth Grade a Janice Milburn Patty Mullen Johnny Picht. Fourth Grade a Gordon Bivens Richard hell. Third Grade a lox Black Dorothy Brooks buddy Mullen. Howard Otey. Kathryn Otey Ralph Picht Gerald Sowers attendance Harry Cook Maxine Johansen Irene new Beulah Chapman Bette dial Helen chitty Lois Mcnatton Earl Tudor Elisabeth whee lock Paul Adkins Mark Bivens Dean Catron Gertrude Wheelock Willard Borts. Kenneth Brooks Lee Catron Tommy Ness. Marion Milburn. Shirley Alexander Gerald Daven port Ivadell French. Gordon Bivins. Essie Patron Harold Daven port Sylvia French toy Black. Dorothy Brooks. Gerald sower., Colleen Milburn. Donna Mae Norma Jean Catron. Dale working on selection and Bas Hopes of a flue showing from them the school Board has decided to Grant a corf busking vacation jct. 31 to nov. U. It is hoped that Par cuts will observe by ruling of the1 son and i Board As it is not in easy matter to make up lost school time of numbers Hare anything to do with basketball. Kelley should have a Good girls team this year As three full teams Are reporting to or. Gaulke intensive practice slatted this week letter Winner from last year around which thus Paul pet i years team w ill be formed Are Dor Lucille six thy bet How a Captain Gertrude Delorme to Kingsbury vib Tan Alison and late sith it son Herch toll. Third Grade a Maribel freed Merlin Gustafson. Ruby Hanson Maxine Kimrey Norma Walker Leroy Williams. Dorothy Yorg Helen Yorg Rusoo. Fourth Grade Tiger Bec Lucite Hanks Mariam Holland Richard Malliet. Bonnie Nelson earthm Nelson Marlowe Oakland Junior Skromme. Frederick Sutter i fray be toll Junior Williams. Fifth Grade Ervett Al itto Chic George Patricia Mcmahon a a in a i school notes i from Maxwell Rny a a theater parties held j the senior of Maxwell High school accompanied by several of j the Justers a it led a theater Pat j to it last Friday evening at Nevada approximately 23 of the Hest men attended the show a Page miss i glory Friday evening they Weru i accompanied by th21 sponsor lbs i Doris w hit us week end Handsaker Darlene Boelk. Earl Dadisman Rodger French Rachel Sowers Lloyd Borts. Claude Dadisman. Martha Neeble june Schuler Dorothy Thoreson Leila Chapman Ethel Stevenson Virginia toot Junior Picht Joe chitty. Elwood French Milford Ness Bernadine Heil Barbara Wheelock Patty Mullen Johnny Picht nor Man Swanson Richard Heil. Frederick Hote eid Norma Neeld Ernest Anderson buddy Mullen la Vonne Anderson. Ralph Picht David Wright. To auf Mullen. Aria Mae Needham. Gene Stoneberg. Slater teacher is Reinertson sorer on. The to i exercise Grad i eds fat a a Otto i torte reporting Are Phyl Ila a a in a Murk to Altoun do Tom Tot on Dorothy Tyler i j Margaret ski oium Stella Bela Vig loin Nelson Erma Reinertson j Beatrice auf in Sou. Eleanor Elvert Vernice George elven Hou aint i a belie an i Terre Maili. Boa gel on. A de Lim Ald a t ins a a Treiul Stella Han on my Iii Milter Hirman i i m Abl Han Esther t a a or seventh Grad m t id red berhowe Marvin Elver Marie Malliet my Otto Nelson. Rivera be roes liar Oakland Jerome Peterson rite first so \ weeks of school Are he Ater a teachers of the Start Over and this week starts the see or High school entertained at a six Ond period l it report cards were of clock dinner in a 5 Maine. Tues it outed oui this w Eek. I Day evening celebrating the birthed Ade notes Day of vat of their fellow faculty Marjorie Harrt Sot celebrated her j members miss Nevini Johnson. A birthday in net. James Hall on theater party was enjoyed follow oct. I he Ruu it ther treated the lug the dinner i nary pupils to Candy bars j the in attendance were the mib. Charles Turner. Mrs to i misses Jar Roaen barter Bell Attey . Inn Johnson. Ruth Vera Tyler and Margaret Wilson. Dorothy Sheldahl Robert Salisbury i be fifth and sixth Grade have eighth Grade Donna Finch restarted a spelling contest each j Erett hate t son Doris hit verson Grade owns an air plane. For each j Margery Hanson Marjorie hoi perfect Pap the plane travels mph tend. Virgin Kimrey Richard mile the plane Toa Baa bevels i. Lev not a a. Gladys Overland in i he cd nov amb Gur at i Glen Kein rat Ltd i us net mrs it Pearson Aud or. Andrew an tie bums w Rte v i slots ill the Bito Grade Din my the past Vvs a a. Gretchan Green Brot a double co Coon to school monday. It had two caterpillars in the Chrysalis stage continued on Page four and Margaret Sright Sutet additional school news on Page 4 a Groa of mothers earned of s amp Irp Rte party to Honor of my Johnson Alternet at the schoolhouse. A fresher its were agreed and miss John u received a 2 Book a gift from Ber pupils. Mother a aking part in the Cetin a i in a y were melds tvs e r Rorum waite1 Mcbride. M 8 Hofgen in 0 John 1 til Toto a

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