Dec 16, 1939 - Salt Lake Tribune - Saturday
fo th gave the kind of .work required. Two of the most interesting vocations shown were nursing and aviation. Leah and Loah Osborne. liildreii Entertain 'areiits at Play rene O'Brien, Editor YJlliam Jenson, Associate Editor Jefferson School—Mignon Wil- aVd reports: A program for the. D .-T.A. was given in the lower hal' >y the various classes in the school t included Santa's Toy Rhythm sand, kintergarten; Christmas -ongs, third grades; readings, Donna Elg and Geraldine Alford; d dance, articulating unit'girls dance club. Billy Jenson contributes: The arithmetic classes are learning about time. The children are giv ng talks on all the ways men lave used to tell time, including such devices as candles, knottec ropes ahd hour-glasses. Eva Marie Brown tells: Fruit, canned goods, toys and candies are piling up to help us sub for Santa in at least four homes. The articles will make a fine display in the lower halls. Betty Holbrook and LaVon Koew report: The articulating unit boys and girls had a party for their Thursday meeting. A program of dancing, carols and a treat were given to the 75 members. Hugh Cortello and Julene Gee report the making of Christmas boxes and Christmas tree decora- lions on rooms six and ten. Darwin I.emmon tells: Children in room 14 have been busy writing letters to . Bobby Steely of Tulsa, Okla. We like to write Jel- ters to rea! people. Among the other reporters who told about the Christmas decorations and activities in their rooms are Royene Hartnett, Ila May Lawson, Helen Hightsman- and Keith Devenberg, From their reports it is easy to see that every child at Jefferson is busy anri happy in anticipation of. the big day. • U. p.