'DAVIS CITY SCHOOL NOTES' Editor - LORENE JOHNSON - - - - - -
The first, second and third grades are preparing to give a program next week.
REV. and MRS. THOMPSON visited MRS. POUSH's room last week.
LULU JOHNSON visited MRS. POUSH's room last week.
GLADYS VANDEL is absent from the Grammar room this week on account of sickness.
MISSES MARGUERITE JEFFRIES and LOLA MCLARAN visited MISS POST's room Friday.
JAMES WALLES, FRANK DAVIS, CLARA MAXWELL, visited MISS POST's room last week.
The High School senior play "Deacon Dubbs," which was given Friday evening, was a great success, there being a large crowd in attendance. The crowd was so well pleased that the class was asked to give the play over Tuesday evening which they did.
While going home from school Friday evening, VETA GRAHAM was thrown out of the buggy in which she was riding and injured. The last reports were that she was improving and we hope she will soon be back in school.
While playing in a tree, Monday, PAUL RADNICH fell to the ground lighting on his head. He went on home but when he got there he couldn't remember anything that had happened during the morning. The doctor was called and after a careful examination, said it was just a bad stun. We all hope he will soon be back in school.
ROSCOE DOOLITTLE re-entered the seventh grade Monday after a few weeks' absence.
The contest which was held at Leon, April 29th, showed that Davis City Grammar room is just as smart and has as much pep as the rest of the schools in the county, because we carried home four medals, two firsts and two seconds. MYRL TONEY winning first over all in arithmetic for the seventh grade, EVANGELINE SLAUTER winning first over all in arithmetic for the eighth grade. HATTIE BOLON winning second in spelling for the eighth grade and LORENE JOHNSON winning second in silent reading for the seventh grade.
The eighth grade wrote a letter of sympathy to VETA GRAHAM Monday.
The eighth grade presented PAUL RADNICH with a bouquet of flowers Tuesday evening, hoping they would cheer him up so he could soon be back in school.
The High School Orchestra, which is just starting up, played before and between acts for the senior class play Friday evening and certainly did well for the first time they ever played before the public. We hope to hear them again soon.
Copied by Nancee(McMurtrey)Seifert "With permission from the Leon Journal Reporter" June l, 2002