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First Grade Mrs. George Cole sent us decorated cup cakes to have with our milk which we enjoyed very much The occa sion was her daughter, Loree1s birthday* Susan 'Davis also brought a treat to have with our milk which we enjoyea. Glen Hendershott has now entered our first grade'. He moved here from Kali spell where he has been attending the Ever green School. His father now works as mechanic for Gibbons Garage. We are very happy to have Glenn in our room. Second Grade Marlene Stacy whose parents are Mr. and-- Mrs. James Stacy has enrolled in grade two. She came from Lincoln. Our enrollment is now 26. Second Grade-2 Franky O'Brien, Greg Osier, Carol Fluid, Virginia Purdy, Joe Terrason, La Vera Tripp, Alice Walker, Mike and Stefee Workman and Tim Eskildsen have been neither absent nor tardy this-period. Mrs. Callls Walker $nd Dallas were recent visitors in pur room,. Ronald Stacy has entered our room. He came from Lincoln, Montona. Welcome to our room, Ronald. We now have 18 boys and 11 girls. Third Grade‘ On April 10 the com bined third grades had a candy bar hunt in the school yard. After that they went to their own rooms and played games. A sur prise treat was brought by Virginia Stevens and Iva Lee Stevens. It was a bas ket filled with Easter eggs and cookies. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs-. Tripp brought lovely pup cakes and also surprised us. Wp wish to thank them very much. On April 9, Mrs. St. Priest brought us a cookie treat Thank you. Victor Peltier, Chuck Miller and Wally Wellman earned 100 in our six weeks 50 word spelling test. Wally Wellman has lost his two front Third Grade-2 These children • had perfect attendance for the part six w=eks: Dean Alverson Jean Bolen, Charles Carvey, Bobby Dailey, Julia Follansbee, Williams Irwin, Leo McDonald, Rebecca Cuffei Jean Bolen, Julia Follansbee, Dennis Ellingson, and Danny Keltner - had • hundreds in 'the fifty-word spelling test. For social studies we are bringing pic tures of different kinds of workers for our bulletin board. In science we are learning the name of ten birds, ten wild flowers and ten trees. Danny Keltner went his parents to see a doctor. We hope he will be back with us. Our teacher had a cookie treat at milk time for all those who had remembered to wash -their tj-rth. Fourth Grade The following girls and boys were neither absent nor tardy last six w=eks: Rosetta Mitchell, Sharon Rich mond, David Conard, Bruce AcAllist-r, Tim Skinner and Terry Utter. Pamela Pluid, Elaine Pomeroy, Elaine Spen cer, Sandra Triplett, and Gary McRae had perfect spelling grades the last six weeks. Jerell Larson went to Washington with her parents last week. Dean Stacey enrolled in our room this week. He has been attending school a,t Lincoln. Mr. \Skinner visited our room, Tuesday ■morning. We are sorry that we didn't have. space to print the rest of