York and many pupils will spend! Robert Relsenburg; writing, A class. h,ltlr vacation In th country. j Clara Round; spelling, A class. Mar - I Student. In 6 - A lu ,.h. fim group j lory Turn n - Hlnklt Uabells Nelf, Cathrlu Lewla, I Perfect spellers In 4 - B are: Robert Flood, Virginia Ann Hunter, John Ratcllff, Nadlne Hlcg and Edollne King. Thos who had a perfect grad In spelling In 1 - A are Maurice Mitchell, Nancy Lederer, Harold Flood, Homer Menzle, Audrey Power, Virginia Allison, Allison, Margaret Evan, Oeneva Dager, Blllte Waldroan, Oeorge Fugltt, Btllle Cantrell. Homer Menzle has returned to Phelps. He is In the 1 - A class. Mary Elizabeth Elder of Joplln Is new student In 2 - B. ' The 6 - A and 8 - B students finished their geography books several days ago and are now having their geog raphy with a picture machine Ray - jiiuium mraa nuy - : mond Aton and Martin Webb run the 1 machine. There are also several slides and aa each la shown the pu pus tell what the picture Is about. nOWERMAN'.. Bowerman teachers had party at th Colonial hotel Wed ilea day evening ln houor of th principal. principal. Miss Ftorra Olnn. The P. T. A. met Wednesday after - noon. They alao had an ek!mo pie Mack, Edna lkerd, Earl Weaver, Paul Gaston, Loyd Morton, Donald Noland, F.rma . Jewell Wade, Elvlne Austlu, Mary Margaret Reynolds, Ruth Hughes. The following pupils In grade 3 - A made 100 In spelling: Helen Holmes, Willie Burl Coble, Patricia Van Doren, Marguerite Monday, Marlon Owens. Essie Pearl De Camp, Emma Selms, Edna Pearl llalfmun, Glen Tutor, Rosemary Sullivan, Barbara Wllion. Josephine Shelly, LegnoCiJJ Measley, Clarence Williams, Clyde Crowe, Jnmcs McNeil, Beatrice Andrews'; 3 - B, Geneva Callahan, Ara Rigs'. Basil Stafford, James Norrls Kemp, Inez Thompson, Wayne Klrkmau, Jean Marie Peck, Betty Covey. Alfred Llndsey, Virginia Dyer. Edith Hughes, Lee Erwtn, Margaret Mean), Frank Qately. Perfect spellera In th second grade are Murray McK.cnle. Carl Bulfen - a dinner j oiirger, neons nart, Ariean rurner, Pearl Freeman, Jimmy Amis, Ova Tucker, Martha Hall, Dorothy Dickey, Junior Leavttt, Myrtle - Carouthers. Evelyn Harwood Ethel, Marsh, Paul Schoenwold, Carolyn Elsey. Mary Dell Carter. John Fulsom. lreue Ruyle, Eugene Harwood. Virginia Wood, Bl'NSHIMS. son, Lulalla Erwln, Harry Lledy, Mary Clous. Russell Wells. Frances Painter. Dcma Clare Click, Dorothy June Sosrrv. Pauline Wallace. Milton Bhcl - ley. Vivien Falsom and Ruth Mon - Loren Widdera, Alleen Cody, Billy McNeil, Elvan Gibson, Helen Elizabeth day ! Plumtalee. Floreue Clark. Mariti Alll. Sheldon. Lyndle Ackers. Robert Tuter. i iaon. Geneva Bowman. Kathrlna Hlah. i Kathrine Geren, Ruth McCandleas. ! Kml1 Baasore. Jack Rhea, Perry Jack Btlgall, Jamea Snider. Kenneth Msua jiu, jnsry wise, aviico Mar - . wh ilw, tj ... mmuua, tin, Alleen MeSpadden, Bugan Bsy - isaao Kannsoy, Mary Gertrude Bob - less, Martha Mace and Albert Oravea. zlen, Mary Hall, Delia Pearce, Ruth Phelps school had an educational Hickman, Cora Kl&eade, Nadlne picture Wednesdsy on "From Trees to i Plarpont, Beulah Bcezley, Robert Tribunes," showing the process of ' Oardnar. making paper. Students In 3 - A making perfect Those who made perfect grades lu , spelling gradea Wednesday are Ralph spelling in S - B ar Dorothy Van j RusaU, Howard McCor tack, Lowell Hook. Kathleen Davis, Geralrtlne . MoFall, Raymond Ct.jrry, Norma I j ' The filth g ad had a surprise for : m ilrlh nruHa T ui - - lllfM I the sixth srade. It was a. hike. Saturday, May 7, th fifth and sixth grades and Mis Wagner met at the school house at 1 p. m. xna stu ."L .L..T. ... 1. ..'..4 . Phelps Grove park, where they played I several games, watched the animals, at supper and, then went home. Clirford Campbell has been to Arkansas. Arkansas. He got back Monday night and came to school Tuesday. Th. nr.). nn. It, tha sixth ' grade and one ln th fifth grade I sale on that day to help pay for the victroia. ItiiThR. itiimi nn tt in thm uttu i Wtilas Painter. Jasenh Davles. grade are as follows: " Arithmetic, j Miss Whltacre guv the 2 - A class 1 Keltner. Dorothy Lou Chllders, Doro B class, Charles McCormack and Paul - , an achievement test I nursday. In Kslton; reading, B class. Pauline Perfect spellers in grade one are Kelton. Florenco McMahon, Robert Ray Qllmore, Earl Carr, Josephine Relsenburg; arithmetic, A class. Earl Austin, Wayne McOUl, Harold. Shute, Llndsey, Marjory Turner, Maxln I Ralph Chttttm, Don Newton, Cleo Tuck, Rolland Kennedy; reading, A i Mulder, Harry Oene Alsup. Edward class, Clyde Wilwin, Edith Molder, j Noblet, Lois Parsons. Laurel Stock - Maxlne Tuck and Rolland Kennedy; atill. Jack Owens. Glen Newton. Hu - wrltlng. B class. Pauline Kelton; bert Wldmeyer. Edna May Shelley, spelling. B class, Florence" McMahan, j Junior Orr, Lester Sevy, fJlara Thomp - were not on tbe list of good cltlens laftt. ;flr The fifth and sixth grade students one. wJe;ed8purupTK,ook,,1at,hB Si"Z .PH.ng in the fifth grade last Friday were Har - ' old Foster. Kenneth Rhodes, Clifford! Campbell. Harold Bousman, Charle. ; Sharp. Norma Kennedy and Kenneth White; 8 - A. Lowell ii.man, Deverne , Rhodes, Denver Rhodes. Chester : Smith. Hlldreth Bharp.'Otha Gullet, ; and Raymond BtotU The entire fourth grad. claas made 1 100 ln spalltng Friday - Th students ar. Wllma Walt, Maurice Hazel, ! Helen Smith. Isabella .Asher. Marv i Jane Chllders. Lloyd Smith. Norvsl Anderson, Virgil Foster and James I Walker. - The third and fourth grades will have a party Friday afternoon The , third grade Is to entertain the fourth 1 grade The third grade la studying about ; nun ii, , ihmir i.;,. i. i Several different kinds of flmntrt have ' been brought to school. Those In 2 - A maklnp 100 In spell - , ing Friday are Flovd Bousman. Elbert Keltner, Dorothy Lou Chllders, Doro - i ihv wi:iDm. ito - . r:,,iit i,niM Moore; 1 - A. Olive Gann, Polly Hull. I Mabel Inman. Mllo Kerr. Richard i Lambert. Evelyn Jane Rhodes. Jo' Ann Sellers. Margaret Waltz. Joe , Wayne White. Bemlece Williams. Stonley Schlrgel and Shirley Kennedy. CAMPBELL. Ruth John left the 3 - B clns. Tuesday.