Dec 3, 1938 - Salt Lake Tribune - Saturday

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is made They Howard Smith and vocalist for Keddington, go to picture entitled with this serial Editor group health last and the shown The in been proud of together boys and to learn captains of Boyd The to hear afternoon in flag. On Wednesday gave room the Pilgrims, pupils and showed people. Blue curtains the decorations Christmas we shall These and white busy finishing Christmas. surely look out of white paper and pasted on the blackboard. In another room there is a real Christmas tree. Christinas Plans Seen Throughout School ZOLA HARTNETT, Editor IRENE O'BRIEN, Associate Editor JEFFERSON SCHOOL—Christmas plans and decorations are seen tliroughout the school. Gordon Openshaw says that room 7 has a large reindeer on shiny cotton snow in one corner of the room and that they have a large poster for a background. Ranae Butler says the kindergarten children are learning songs and bringing pictures about Santa Claus and Christmas. Walter Muir tells us: We are all going to bring toys and gifts from home. The older boys and girls will fix these up for our Christmas project. Mignon Willard and La Von Shelton add: The music classes are learning the carols In two and three- part singing. The articulating unit children will sing in the halls for all the school to hear. Children in room 16 are building a stock farm and the class is learning how cattle are raised and cared for, says Zella Richardson, who, with Ray Trotticr, is caretaker of the farm and in charge of its construction. Ila May Lawson says children of room 12 have been improving in their English work. Writing, spelling and paragraphing were part of the on sportsmen each the my mas for and the-leading says: St. Ann's a recent test. LaVon Koew orphanage sent a lovely letter of thanks for the baskets we sent them. They said the fruit lasted them for three days. Madeline Peterson contributes: Children in room 3 are learning all about good health. Only foods that will make and keep them well are sold in their store. Toys Made for Children's Hospital GEORGE PARKER, Editor by

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 03 Dec 1938, Sat,
  3. Page 32

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