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the in Violet anc PUPILS FAVOR WITH ENTERTAINMENT Boys of Miss" O'Donnel's seventh seventh grade opened the entertainment entertainment the meeting of the Turnbull unit recently. The song, "Don't Wait for the Night Before Christinas Christinas to Be Good," was followed piano solos given by Janet Day, Theresa Barba and Yvonne Allen. Girls' chorus sang a group accompanied by Miss Woods at the and James Maloney on the violin. Ronald Burke announced the numbers. Mrs. A. Sterlekar, program chairman, presented Ralph Steele of the San Mateo high school as speaker. Tea was served by mothers the seventh grade, Mrs. Lillie Maloney and Mrs. Charles Burke. Plans for the Christmas party the pupils, to be held on a Tuesday in the school auditorium, completed at a recent meeting the executive board. There will a Christmas tree and a surprise. Included at the board session Mrs. Sarah Gregory, president; Mrs. Nell Bradley, Mrs. A. Ster- leker, Mrs. R. Le Beau, Mrs. Lusch, Mrs. E. Osterman and Principal Winnifred Burke.