School soon will be out and the boys
and girls will go home to see their par
ents. I a v e learned about garden
making and when I go home I will help
my father to make the garden and try
to raise something—Homer B. Rope
I am very glad that vacation is near.
The school will close on June 26tl\. I
am in the commencement program
and I will try to do my best. I will
be very glad to see my parents.—Ida
We will be glad to have our vaca
tion, but we, will be very sorry to
have to leave school soon, as we like
it. But we will work hard and do
our best while we are here.—Ida
It is nearly vacation and I am very
sorry because I have to leave. Of
course I like it at home but we have
many good times over here. We go
to the garden every week and we try
k keep our ga'rden clean as we can,
but yet the weeds are sure growing.
We have had much to eat out of the
garden every time we work—Theresa
I am glad that vacation is coming
soo n.—Edward Marshall.
Our teacher is good to us. Vaca
tion is coming and I am glad. We
will soon finish reading our second
Reader.—William Fast Horse.
We made garden in April. We
planted many things I am glad that
school will be out soon.—James
Stents Contrrtiuteb tip $upils
ADDITIONAL ROOM. PRINCIPAL TEACHERS ROOM.
We should make these few days
the best o all our school days. A
problem solved is worth two pro
blems unsolved. The days are get
ting warmer yejthe better we should
work. I hope Commencement week
will be an enjoyable week to us all.—
George Kills Right.
Vacation is near, but I am sorry to
leave my school work. The house
keeping department has helped me
a great (leal. I am thankful for the
things I have learnen this year.—Sal
ly Short Bear.
Think before you speak and not
speak before you think, [n that way
will find its easy to accomplish your
every task.—Amos Ghost Bear
Another hard years work of school
is coming to an end and every body
is wearing a bright sunny smile. All
the outdoor fun will soon begin. Ber
The school has a big lawn mower
and it is much easier, because it is
wide and does the work of three or
four little ones.—George Williams.
The days are going by like hour
and soon we will all go home. It rains
nearly every day.—James Glenn.
I am glad that it will soon be Flag
day. We are all glad that our garden
is in fine shape. We have a fine
time on our play grouud.—Herbert
H. Welsh Jr.
It will soon be vacation and the
children will go home. They are
glad and some of them have counted
the days. We are having examina
tions and some are very hard.—Eliz
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