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__Qc.tobG.-r. ..19 . . 19.5.6 _________ _ __ Ihe.Jiy.ai gifian ------------------------- Pafefi-..,6. Grade One-Bos laugh Sixteen children in our .room had perfect attendance for . the first six weeks period. They ..arc Laurie McRea , Clark Miller, Richard Morgan, Greg Osier, Virginia Purdy, Terry Richmond, Lathy Roach, Deanna Rogers, Marlene Stacy, Sandra Swenson La. Vera Tripp, Alice Walker, William War- tick, Joyce Welch, Mike workman, and Stev en Workman, Ronald Price moved away on October 5c He will go with his fami ly to a new home in Oregon, Mrs„ Melvin Miller and Penny, Mrs, Sid Workman, * Mrs,, A r d is Roach and Mrs. Victor Workman have been re cent visitors to our room, Jerry Edens joined our first grade on Oc tober 3* He arrived with his family from Arizona. His father is employed at the Bob Arthur tree yard. Grade Two-wing The f blowing pupils have perfect attend ance for the-first six weeks period. Jean B o I oiu John Bolen, Michu 1 Davis , Dennis , Ellangasn, Danny Fow ler, Mike Holder, Mar sha James, Mike Keller, Charles Carvey, Rebec ca Cuffe, Karen Donald son, Julia Folia ns bee, Lyman Kerrig, Albert Irovin, Chuck Miller, Mike St, Peter. We were happy to have the fallowing vis itors 5 Mr, and Mrs. Jim St. Peter, Mrs. Maisbali James, and Mrs. Meloin Miller. Rebecca Cuffe brought a mouse and Crcptal Butchart 'brought a rabbit for observation in science period.. \ Julia Foll^nsbee leads in books read for the first period. •Mike Keller has mov ed with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Kel ler, to Moyie Falls , Idaho. Grade Two-Shea Mrs. Merrill Tripp, Mrs. Oscar Knutson, of Whitefish, and Mrs. Mabel Shea were visit ing the school on Oct. 10. They reported fav orably on the new buil ding and its equipment. Iva Lee Stevens has entered our room. She attended school in Spo kane the first six weeks„ School will be clos— ed next week for MEA Convention. Cliff Miller, Bobby Osier, Harriet Pluid, Harold Persson, Char les Pomeroy, Danny Radish, Cindy Smith, Sharon Smith, Rondy Stark, Virginia Stev ens, Leland Tripp, Keith Utter, David Van Horn, and Larry Welch, all have perfect at tendance for the first six weeks. Grade Three-Follansboe Those who earned 100 in the weekly spell ng test on Oct. 12 wore: Richard Berreth, Ernie Bolen, David Conard, Gordon Conard, Buddy Ekhalt, Mike Haas, Arthur Herrick, Keith Hibbert, Val Bock, Nancy Brown, Ella Butts, Linda Fowler, Paula Frost, Helen Silbertson, and Diane Hill. Neither tardy nor absent the first six weeks period were: Richard Berreth, Eddie Blonshine, Ernie Bolen, Dennis Butts, David Conard, Gordon Conard, Arthur Herrick, Keith Hibbert, Val Bock, A n d e r s © n s New And Second Hand Store Karen Butchhart, Ella Butts, .. Patsy Dailey, Linda Fowler, Paula Frost, Helen Gilbert son, and Patsy Gwynn. Grade Thr^e-Fleming The following Child ren have not been ab sent nor tardy this past six weeks: Dgvid Johnson, Jcrcll Larson, Bruce McAllister, Gary McRae, Rosetta Mit chell, Arthur Nelson, Bruce wilson, Elaine Pomeroy, Sharon Rich mond, Donald Smith, Dean Stacy, Sandra Swanson, Terry Utter. Mrs. Angus McRae was a recent visitor in our room. Grade Four-Hickey On Larry Hanson's birthday his mother had a nic-e birthday surprise for us. We thenk Mrs. Hanson for the treats she brought us. Other visitors in our room have been Mrs. Ceane Brown, Mrs. Jack Holms, Mrs, Angus McRae, and Mrs. W. A. Rogers* Grade Eight Anita Stevens has re turned to the .eighth grade after staying with her Grandmother is Spokane for the first six weeks of school. She attended Haver- male Junior High School while in Spokane. We have finished our six week tests and are fearfully waiting for our report cards. \Boat Libby\ R i v e r s i d e I D r i v e I n n Curb Service Best Food in the West .Seirgaret Tifchhourne,