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First Grade Easton Preston en tered our room on Mon day, May 5, having transferred from Coeur d'Alene, Idahoi His parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Preston. Mr, Preston has re- contly been . employed by the Albee Lumber Company. Picnic day will be Friday, May 23, with all mothers and small brothers and sisters of first graders in vited to attend. As usual.both first grade groups' will remain on the .school grounds for their picnic, with the lunch being served at 11 : 30 .in the multi purpose room. Notices will be sent home telling . what each youngster * will be asked1 to furnish. Roger1 Pitman will be unable to ; attond school the rest of the year because of rheu matic fever. Friends may visit him occa- sionly and for short periods of time. ■ Susan Holder visited our room-\'6h■ Monday, She will start in the first grade next fall. ■Second Grade Linda McAllister and Harvey Herrick have perfect attendance for the school year, ' The: following stu dents have ' read; more than l j . 0 library books during the school year: Barbara Holder, Dolly McFadyean, Harvey Her rick, Kay ' Ingram, Lauren McCfea, Linda McAllister, Nancy Bolen Linda Helms and Lee Anne Corrigan. Linda Helms leads the class having'read 231 books. Lee Anne Corrigan is second with 162 books. Caroline Decker, Myrna A lava na and Deloris Rein came to observe in Mrs. Swingk room as part of their work for homo econom ics class they were especially interested in child 4 at primary Secont We want to\ room mothers i o - . f o r lovely tea they ] ned following jTopmept Lee McDonald 23. The class wishes to thank Marsha Fay for ^orling has x>ur \Children's Holidays\. you to and to a all Also a thank all the parents others who helped make our program success and for the work on costumes. Wo urge all mothers to come to sec. our work and tests before school closes. Wo are now planning our annual picnic. Mothers and little children are welcome. Third Grade These pupils have earned reading certif icates, having the number of given after each Jean Bolen-'90, Carpenter 85,* Foliehsbee 6Q, Cuffe 53, El ring son 5o, Fay \James ! | 0 , AIvorson 20, Butchart 25, Holder 35, Ga 21, Danny Williams Michael Keller read books name: Janet Julia Rebecca . Dennis ■ Marsha Dean Crys ta 1 Donna ylc Brown Fowler 26, Irwin 25, the cookie-treat. Mrs. S kindly consented to come and show us some rock specimons on Wodl nesday afternoon. Wo are studying about rocks and soil. Third Grade-2 Mary Ellen Frost and Margo McDonald -visit ed an arithmetic class last Tuesday. Those hirls arc in Mrs. Lcefe homo Ec group and par ticularly wished to note the children’s reactions in con nection with their study of child devel opment . •This week we will have finished the- new More Streets and Roads in reading. •Interest in rocks and stones ' grew by leaps and bounds par ticularly7- after loads of gravel were brought to the playground., to be used in building the tennis court spon sored by t h e ' Lion's Club of Eureka. s a m ? f t # c i PA at ] § ' f i t ; m w m m % > I 3 1 S> C Mill B u t t e r I c e C r e a m M i l k I c e C r e a m B a r s C r e a m C o t t a g e C h e e s e ' P h o n e 4 5 1 1