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The Havre herald. [volume] (Havre, Mont.) 1904-1908, December 29, 1904, Image 9

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MONTHLY SCHOOL REPORT.
The names of the three highest in
each grade appear in order of merit.
Eleventh Grade-Cecila DeLorimier.
Tentn Grade-John McDonough,
Lillian 1lammond, Mand Bronson,
Luella Henry.
P. H. S.-Nora Gallivan, Leo l)e
Lorimer, Selma Bondeson, Warren
F'ryburg.
Eighth Grade--Mary Lynch. Pearl
Smallwood, Frank Barrett.
Seventh Grade-Marion Fletcher.
(`. Nystrom, Jos. McClosky
Sixth Grade-Edwin Gies, Lula
Smallwood, Nellie Fletcher.
Fifth A.--Frank Kehoe, Torn Mar
1 in, Bessie Toolan.
Fifth B.-Bertha Li rg, Alice
Burke, Manley Swanson.
EAST SI.E.
Fourth Grade--B. Jacques, P. Smith
E. Ronne.
Third Grade---E. Repatz. H. Ship
ley, L. Bauer.
Second Grade---lI. TI hom psotl. E.
Seifried, Wallace Martin.
First A.-Chas. Emery, A. Seiflied.
Clyde Churchill.
First B.-Ruth Smitlh, B. hauer,
Thos. Felton.
WEST SIDE.
Fourth Grade--Edna llurke- I )ora
Rantzan, Percy Brader.
Third Grade--Vernon I)ouglas, B.
McFarlane, Pryde Gowrie.
Second Grade--Leslie Mat hews,
Lloyd Gussenhovern, II. But tirey.
First A.--Geneveive Burke, Mary
Gross, J. Gussenhoven.
First, B.---Walter rThorne. Eugene
O'Neill, Chas. Ling.
Parents and guardians are requested
to please examine reports before sign
ing for return.
T. J. TROY, Siupt.
CHRISTMAS IN THE SCHOOLS.
Friday evening the school children
all assembled in the High school study
hall and successfully carried out the
following program:
Song...... "Merry, Merry Christmas"
School
Reading..........Christmas Selection
Manley Swanson.
Recitation.. "Hang Up the Baby's
Stocking".................
Helen Banks
Song.."Shine Out, Oh, Blessed Star"
School
Concert Recitation....."How the
Leaves Come Down"........
Eight Little Girls
Recitation. . "Oh, Clap, Clap the
H ands ......................
Eight Little Boys
Song ................"Manger Hymn"
Sixteen Girls.
Concert Recitation.."What Mon
ey Can Buy"...............
Recitation... "The New Santa Claus"
Lula Smallwood
Recitation..."The Secret With
Santa Claus".............
Little Girls
Song ................"Christmas Tide"
Marion Fletcher
Recitation. "Dear Santa, I Am a Boy"
Wallace Martin
Recitat ion..... ''The Christmas Ball"
Florence Webber
General Song........... "Jingle Bells"
School
Recitation... "A Surprise for Santa"
B. McFarlane
Song ............. "Sweetly Chime"
Girls of Fifth Grade
Song......................... "Lullaby"
Little Girls
I)ialogue....... "The Lover's Errand"
P. Smith and E. Ronne
Recit at ion aud Song. ."The C( irist
mas Story"............
Eight Girls
Song........... ........". The Gift'
E. Pepin
Concert Recitation......"Spelling
Mlerry Christmas" ..........
Fourteen Pupils
Song........... "Oh, Jolly Christmas"
Sixteen Boys
Recitation. "If Santa Should Stumble"
B. Bauer
Recitation...."...Under the Holly
Bough" .................. ....
G. Auerbach
Song.."'Chime On, Sweet Village
Bells .........................
Iligh School Girls
Recitation. "Santa Claus' White
W hiskers"....................
L. Gussenhoven
D)istribution of oranges and apples.
'A merica" ................. . .......
SOME THINGS WORTH KNOWING
Artilery was invented in 1330; first
Atlantic operated in 1858; there are
2,750 languages; two persons die every
second; Sound moves 743 miles per
hour; Chinese invented paper 170 B.
C.; the first steel pen was made in
1830; hawks can fly 150 miles an hour;
Light moves 187,000 miles per second;
watches were first constructed in 1476;
the first lucifer match was made in
1829; gold discovered in California in
1848; phonograph invented by Edison
in 1877; breech loading rifles invented
in 1811; first, musical notes used 1338
and printed in 1502; the electric light
was invented in 1846, and as late as
1876 was pronounced by a high
scientific authority as a "'petty toy;"
Moscow. Russia has the largest bell
in the world 432,000 pounds and the
greatest time for the money will be
had at the Machinists 3d Annual Ball,
New Years, eve, Dec., 31st at McIn
tyre's hall. Lemonade served free,
tickets $1 per couple.
Geo. Ilinkleman brought his Dear
back all right and was treated to one
of the most enjoyable times by both
the young and old people of the
Mountains on Tuesday evening, danc
ing and games of all kinds were kept
up till daylight. We all wish the
happy ?ouple a long and prosperous
life. The presents were to numerous
to mention.-'Bulletin Cor.
ý TEA ýý
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POUNDING DOWN TEA
is only part of our programme. We're
pounding down on most everything
else. In fact we've done so much
pounding it's hardly possible to get
down any cheaper.
THE SECRET
or reason why we have been enabled
to sell our groceries so low is because
we buy low and give you the benefit.
Our teas are actually pounded in two.
When next you call, buy a pound.
RICHARDSON'S GROGERY,
LAKE RICIIARDSON, Proprietor.
Carnal EA Garruth
We are now in our new office in rear of First
National Bank and we have something to offer
nearly all in some one of our departments. If
you need our Services we will gladly wait
on you.
Our Departments Are
Real Estate, Collections, Fire
Insurance, House Rental Agency,
Western Loan, and Savings Co.
Agency
Carnal ( Carruth
.."Gold Bug" Saloon..
Buwrs & LORANGER Props.
Fine O()ld Wines and Liquors
The celebrated Sam Clay Whiskeys
Call for your Brand of Bottle or Keg Beer.
.. Mitchell & O'Farrell..
DRUGGISTS
Perscriptions Filled at all Hours Day or Night.
VINOL
Warranted to help you if you take it for any of
the ailments for which it is recomended. If it
does not, bring it back and get the money you
paid for it. It's your's and we want you to
have it. We want pay only from those who are
benefited by Vinol.
. BAILEY & PURNELL..
A popular resort for
A popular beverage,
A popular cigar for
A popular price.
Where All the Popular People Come For an Hour's
Recreation

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