Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico on February 25, 1949 · Page 21
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Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico · Page 21

Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Friday, February 25, 1949
Page 21
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. - - ' '. - f ENA1 SECOND SECTION FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1949 SECOND SECTION le is ? A natasio Inspires Montoya Pride in School Pupils I. is : t&JL' FOUR HUNGRY KIDS in the first and second graae classroom at Montoya school concentrate on their noon-day nourishment of meat, vegetables, fruit and bread and butter, iney are iront tu back) Annabelle Jinzo, Maurelio Garcia, Elena Gutierrez and Agostina Jinzo. (Redman photo) , rr,-rr-- -p - 1 - t- - '"T " :;i y v ' I' I " t v THE RED BIRDS LINE UP FOR LUNCH at Montoya Consolidated school. This group of pre-first grade children fall in to receive hot lunch from teacher, Mrs. Eloise Arellanes. Other groups in the class are "yellow birds" and "blue birds." (Redman photo) Two A. and M. Teachers To Speak at Rosweil STATE COLLEGE, N. M., Feb. 24 Two members of the New Mexico A & M faculty will speak to the Men's Fellowship Club of the First Presbyterian Church in Rosweil in March and April. Dr. A. D. Boston, dean of arts and sciences and head of the A & M chemistry department, will address the club March 15. Dr. C. C. Dove, head of the department of education and psy chology, is scheduled for the i club's program April 19. SALES IN DECLINE WASHINGTON, Feb. 24 m Department store sales the week ended Feb. 19 'fell eight per cent below last year, the federal reserve board reported today. at 1 ii eras and Faculty Last year citizens of five Bernalillo county mountain communities got together with their five little schools and made one big school. Now as the school at Ti-jeras named Anatasio Montoya after the first county .schools superintendent is well into its first school year, they express' general pleasure with the result. They seem to think the long, low white building is well worth the two bond issues they voted for it last year (no votes against). Total cost of the building was approximately $32,000. For that amount the mountain district got a modern building, designed toy Architect A. W. Boehn-ing so it catches every available ray of natural light and sunshine. There are four large classrooms, two shower rooms, a central oil heating system, and a kitchen in which hot lunches are prepared. The building is fireproof from top to bottom. More than 250 students, ranging in age from 6 to 16, and coming from San Antonio, San Antonito, Carnuel. Tiieras and Sedillo Hill, attend the school five days a week, and like it. Just ask them and they will tell you that they liek it, from the comfortable rooms and hot lunches to the teaching staff headed up by Mrs. Allen Jones, principal. Eye to Future Some minor complaints might be heard from the seventh and eighth graders. They and their teacher, Mrs. Frances Drummond, still have to hold classes in the old one-room Don Canuto school, on. adjoining property, until the new building can be enlarged. With an eye to the future, Montoya scnool was so constructed that additions can foe made with ease i either end of the building. Until such enlargement is com pleted, however, the county school board has an agreement with Tom Gonzales, owner of the property on which the old school ! . 1 . I .U;AU 5 nn Vl sianus, uiiuei wihlu it, an use wv building Vi f .aLji ..... .v' ahmm. mmrnt ii 1 1 urn in ii iii ii i mi iifc mm i M v. s c . i, tf k i b n n rrza 1 r i i i u i na n i 1 1 i i. ... i i - If ANATASIO MONTOYA SCHOOL at Tijeras, newest thing in consolidated schools in jjernalhlo County, accommodates grade school students from five mountain communities. (Redman photo) school was built, having traded it for the half-acre of land adjoining his own land and facing the highway, site of Don Canuto school. Meanwhile, students in the first six grades and one pre-first class take full advantage of their new surroundings. Prefirsters, under the direction of Mrs. Eloise Arellanes, learn to speak Euglish and to get along in group activity. First and second graders, taught toy Mrs. Virginia Lucero and Caroline Apodacaf .share a large room in which they learn about their immediate environment food, clothing and shelter. Share Classroom Another room is shared by the third and part of the fourth grade under Mrs. Marie Baca. The large auditorium is partitioned down the middle on regular school days and half is used by fourth and fifth graders taught by Froi-lan Sanchez, while fifth and sixth graders taught by Mrs. Wyona Continued on Seven Bulgaria Denies Report r2 LONDON, Feb. 24 (JP) The Bulgarian telegraph agency said tonight it was authorized "to deny categorically" reports ia the Turkish press of "imaginary movements of Bulgarian troops" along the Turko-Bulgarian fron-tier. The agency report was mon itored in London. 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