School: Humbird School Report (12 Feb 1944)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Stuve, Trachsel, Shramek, Zimmerman, Castner, Fletcher, Fristad, Bemis, Finch, Greub, Hahn, Terrell, Gault, Barsness, Fitzmaurice, Johnson, Mayer, Moore, Noyes
----Source: The Humbird Enterprise (Clark Co., WI.) February 12, 1944
Humbird School News (12 February 1944)
The first grades took a county test Tuesday.
Glen Stuve came back to school after his operation.
3rd and 4th grades
The third and fourth grades social studies completed their Indian unit last Friday. Now they are studying pioneers.
In language last week we had the story, "The Bell of Atri!"
Pupils who had 100s in spelling last week were: Jimmie Trachsel, Charmaine Shramek, Joyce Zimmerman, Lillie Castner, Franklin Shramek, Betsy Fletcher and Donna Fristad
5th and 6th Grades
We are busy making valentines in our room. Some of the valentines show a great deal of originality. Our valentine box is getting full.
We have a new fifth grade pupil in our room. Her name is Patty Gault, and we are enjoying her very much.
Those in fifth grade who got 100 in spelling were: Marie Bemis, Donna Finch, Louis Greub, Dora Hahn, Ralph Stuve, Donald Terrell, Dick Trachsel, and Patty Gault. The following sixth graders got 100: Elaine Barsness, Betty Fitzmaurice, Verna Johnson, Dorothy Mayer, Frank Moore, (and lines were missing at page bottom).
Senior news - Name cards were ordered for Wednesday.
The senior class has made up their minds on their participation in the Lincoln Day Program.
The third army-navy college qualifying test for the army specialized training program and the navy college program V-12 will be given throughout the county on Wednesday, March 15, at 9 a.m. will be administered at the high school. Information may be obtained from Mr. Noyes.
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