Nadine and Bobby spires
On Nature Pupils of i five districts accompanied= accompanied= ; by< teachers; and.' patrons, met at Cauthorn^s'chool Tuesday afternoon to see the movie film, 'Balance/in/ Nature" presented by J/- Ralph Schnelle, Northeast Educational" assistant/" The "ffl'm depicted in r cpk>r the beautiful scenery- and wiidiife,pf.thejnpuiu tains,- E'ach school- gave several special special ,numbers,,under the direction o£ "its teacher-, and all joined' in-, '.'-•- »V« 'i *' - rim -—-, I 68. See gilm Cauthorn son.leading and Mrs. Stratton.afc the piano. At the close of the program,, the boys and girjs enjoyed enjoyed a recreational, period- to- gethe.r. Schools which: attended are as follows: Black: Teacher, Mrs. Uvera Rogers; ; pupils, Mary.-Hamilton, Anna Hamilton, Dickie Hamilton, Harriette Albus, Billy Ellis, Norma.-Lee,.Ellis, Norma.-Lee,.Ellis, Bobby Ellis. C. L. Snyder, Opal Snyder, Marvin Snyder, Melvin. Snyder, Kenny Snyder, Larry LaRue, Elwood LaRue, Betty Montague, Beverly Teague; patrons, Mrs. John Albus Albus and Mrs. Francis O. Ellis; Cornett: teacher, Mrs. Ruth Pasley; pupils,' Bonnie Lpu Fendrick, Fendrick, Martin Kuda, "Betty May Kuda, Frarikie Kuda, Wilda Pas: ley, Gordon- Pasley, Nadirie Spires, Bobby Spires, William Baker; patron,' Mrs: Mont Fend-;to Pick;,. - ' . .