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CLASS ROOMS First Grade. WILLIAM SHANGREAU, Reporter. We have finshed our Wooster First Reader and will begin another book and we all hope to be promoted to Second Grade. We all enjoyed the general social held in the dining room last Friday, April 9th. Dr. and Mrs. Culp left us last Wed nesday April 7th we were sorry to see them go. Spring is here and the boys are practicing baseball, foot races and other games. Last Thursday was a pretty day and took a nice long walk on the hill. Second Grade. LIZZIE SPOTTED CROW, Reporter. One of the school girls went home. Her name is Emma No Fat. Miss Pearl Ross is small boys' matron. Stella Eagle Hawk is still in hos pital. Our new doctor and nurse have gone away. We had a social Friday evening and the big girls and boys danced while the little girls and the little boys went to their quarters. We have a new teacher her name is Mrs. Dunbar. She is good to us. There are fourteen pupils in our class. We have been reading about little "Golden Hair." Third Grade. PETER POOR BEAR, Reporter. We all went for a walk last Wednes day afternoon, and had a good time. We did not have school Thursday and Friday because our teacher, Mrs. Mumblehead, was sick. Emma No Fat has been excused to go home on account of sickness. April 15, 1920 THE OGLALA LIGHT Page 3 The boys played ball near the building and broke a window. We are going to play ball with the Mission team this coming Saturday, so the first team will practice hard this week. This coming Friday is Arbor Day so we will have to get ready to plant trees. Fourth Grade. JEFFERSON WHITE, Reporter. Girls are learning how to play ball. The girls for their sport are buy ing white kid shoes and dresses. The moving pictures were very nice last Saturday night. Spring is here and the farm boys have begun to plow the fields. Ed. Black Bear is working on the farm and he said he was planting wheat and corn. James Black Feather came back to school. The sewing room girls are making new dresses for company A. girls. Noah Bald Eagle has gone home. The big boys have organized a baseball team. Some day they will play with another teams. I like to work in the dairy barn. s I Fifth Grade. WILLIAM FAST HORSE, Reporter. Oliver Little has gone home for a fewjdays on account of the death of hisjsister, who was seven years old. The fifth grade had their turn for a walk the other day. The Rev. Mr. Johnson showed pictures of the Bible story of Daniel last Sunday evening and gave a talk on the subject. A committee of the boys inspected the girls' building and of the girls in spected the boys' building last Sat urday morning. The boys' committee was Oliver High Pine, Willie Fast Horse, Edgar Standing Bear, Charles Deon. They let nothing escape their notice. Everybody get out for baseball. Let's have some games this spring. An extra movies was given last week of the reels sent out by the State Agricultural college at Brook ings, showing the grafting of trees, the cultivating of fruits, etc. Jacob White Bear has been dropped from the rolls because his health has been poor lately. Sixth Grade. RICHARD BISSONKTTE, Reporter. The highest mark in examination for March were taken by Mabel Runs Against, Victoria Holy Rock, Victoria Little Bull, Elizabeth Little Bull, and Lizzie Two Bulls. There are extra socials for the school in April and May. The socials have been much more lively lately Richard Bissonette was in charge of the disciplinarian's office Monday as the disciplinarian was taking an examination for a government posi tion. The girls' committee boys' to inspect the building last Saturday con sisted of Daisy Crazy Ghost, Lizzie Red Fish. Dora Two Bulls, Lena Nel son. No guilty boy escaped. The school is doing fine in spite of the bad weather. Now, every body brace up to pre pare for final examination and com mencement. General School Items. Mrs. Dunbar, of the Agency, is filling the position as Primary Teach er made vacant by the transfer of Miss Ross. Miss Pearl Ross went on duty as Boys' Matron the first of the month, and already things are biginning to shine at the Boys' home. Mr. Vogel and family left Thurs day, the 8th, for Chadron, Nebraska where Mr. Vogel has employment as Carpenter in that neighborhood. Farmer Wing engineered the good road work around this vicinity. He took advantage of the sunny days just after the snow squalls and scrapped the roads. His son George steered the tractor.