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Shop Boys Busy If you have- looked into the shop class lately you would pro bably notice the boys working like heaven trying to finish up their projects so they can clean up the shop before the end of the year. Don McKenzie is working *on a sewing box, Kurt Roose-a sew ing box, Ernie Roo- a chest of drawers, Jack Graves-a bird house, Guy Fish-a cor ner shelf, Tom Cuffe-a lamp, Bud Johnson-a gun cabinet, and Gene Cogar-a coffee table. Mr, Tripp announced that there would be no semester test if the good work is kept up. Biologists Write Themes Three-hundred word themes relating to biology were written by the biology class. In addition to these themes, the students have to submit a free hand drawing or a mounting relating to the subject chosen for the theme. The class is also finishing the work in their workbooks. roa S ale Three bedroom house With Double Garage tfith Automatic washer and Dryer, 20 cu. ft. deep freezer, electric vater heater, refriger ator, electric stove, Ashley heater. On lot 100«xl00' Will arrange terms. Donald R. Boslaugh Call >+953 Class Mokes Seventeenlssues The Journalism class has just completed the work on this, our last issue of the Evergreen for 1957-58. Out of the class of 17 students there will be 12 graduating this spring. Those who will be second year stu dents next year are Sandra Bolles, Sandra Borup, Mike Gwynn, Ray Cope and Everett Weed. We seniors wish them the best of luck for next year. R Speakinq Give Speeches The Public Speaking class is giving five- minute speeches on the people, geography, ag riculture, religion, culture and races of the different coun tries of the world. For their six-weeks and semester tests, they are to give a 10 minute speech on any subject they wish to speak about. There are 12 students in the class. trench Class Works Ahead The French class at the end of the year will have completed a two year course of high school French, which is equal to a year of college French. At the end of this course the students ■y/ill be able to speak the language fairly fluently and read French books with the aid of a French dict ionary. Those in the class are Pauline . Held, Shannon and Margaret Shea, Linda Bean, Lyn ne tte Workman, and Chuck Osier. Werner Held is the instructor. Arner History Study W,W/II The American History dlass instructed by Hugh Biggar are study ing the Second World War. Each student is making an outline of the developments of campaigns and battles of the war. The next chapter will deal with the search for peace fol lowing the war. English Classes Review The English 2, 3, and !+ classes taught by Mrs, Blythe Lestrud are spending the last three weeks of school reviewing English fundamentals including grammar, punction, capitalization, sen tence structure, verb forms, vocabulary and spelling. They are all being given a battery of tests covering these points. Graduation May 22 H U