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ROLL ANNOUNEED I Niiperinlendent Wnllls Publishes List of 101 .Names of Students Who Have Been Neither Absent Nor Tardy and Whose Average Is 90 or Above. One hundred and one students made the second honor roll In the public schools of American Falls for the per iod ending November 24t.Ii, according j to the published report of Superinten dent of Schools H. R. Wallis. Every fourth or fifth student Is thus repre sented in the roll which makes It ne cessary for deserving students to he neither tardy nor absent and uttaln un arevage grade of 90 percent or over. The list of students and their grades for the term follow: Hlx Weeks Ending Nov. 24th. Washington 8chool— First grade, Miss Coburn, teacher. Harold Wennstrom, John Weld, Hen ry Urlch, Sam Stewart, Bobble Baum, Mabel Boldt, Hazel Pollard, Genevieve Spaulding, Archie Schubert. Second glade, Miss Rltz, teacher. Blaine Becksted, George LaMothe, Howard Austin, Anna Wrasplr. Third grade, A, Mrs. Brown, teach Mary Belle Dibble, Esther Hrieh, John Ponnoyer, Willard IJsey, Olaf Anderson. Third grade, B. er. Oonchitta Allred, Mary Wallis, Bobbie Hartley, Fourth grade, Miss Smith, teacher, Lynn Smith, 92; Lyle Dean, 92. Fifth grado, Mies McMurray, teacb Churlin« Edwards, 93; Walter Virgin, 93; Alice Finis, 91; Donald Pollard, 91; Melba Schwartz, 91; Dean Eichelberger, 90; Vernon Han Bon, 90. Sixth grade, Miss Hunt, teacher. Duane Pennoyer, 94; Bthel Moon, 98; Lillian Urtc.h, 93; Winifred Sanders, 90; Dorothy Sanford, 90. Seventh grade, Mise Pires, teach Phyllls Collilngs, 94; Helen All red, 03; Randall Walll*. 93; Margaret Bngstron, 92; Dean Meadows, 91; Vin cent Dahlen, 90. er. •r Lincoln Building— Flret grade, Miss Ayers, teacher. Victor Guertzen, Km 11 Hochhalter, Ivan Inman, Ben Jacobs, Adam Mahl lioff, Joseph Riles, Edward Tusstng, Charlie Fisher, Ismnle Howard, Abi gail Anderson, Evelalno Barbre, lior ralne Gamble. Second grade, Miss Gage, teacher. Wendell Howard, Winnie Allred, (Ion evleve Anderson, Lydia Rles, Eva Jones, Knie Smith. Third grade, MIhh Pomeroy, teacher. Vom Howard, Murguorlle Jollinonu, Joseph Decker. Fourth grade, Miss Baker, teacher. William Hauch, 92; Glen Bolton, 92; IkiuIh Kroll, 92; Max Mayer, 91; Leo Jones, 91; Klenor Anderson, 91; Har old Keaanke, 90; Melvin Meadows, 90 Fifth grade, MIhh Johatmeson, touch er. Freddie Muchlnn, Charlotte Jones, Merle Meadows. Rlxth grade, Miss Young, teacher. Alberta Confer, 90; Miriam Howard, !»0 Elghtti grade. Miss Green, teacher. Ada Dibble, 94; Lucils Thornhill, 92; On Allrod 02; Fdrla Thornton, 92; Lena Krug 90; Bertha Hndkn, 90; Hyrum Thompson, 90; Wllllani Sml'h, 90; Frank Decker, 90. Seniors. Kina Coon, 93; Mary Prydo 94. • Junior Class, Ruth Jeffries 93. Theresa Wagner 92, Dinar Nelson 93. Marvin Stanger 93. SophonioreN. KdgJir JiU'olm 90, Alice Bowen 90 Freshman. John Dahlen 90, Juanita Drake 90. NllzaboUi Dlhhlo 90, Laura Mae John non 91, Truman Penoyor 96. Helen Mo A New Poultry House WILL ASSURE MORE EGGS THIS WINTER Proper housing is one of the most important factors in successful poultry raising. The man who attempts to attain any measure of success in the poultry busi ness without providing the very best of shelter for his flock, is only cheating himself. The Boise Payette Lumber Company is pre pared to greatly assist you in planning and building your new poultry house by furnish ing plans and specifications for all sizes of the most approved types of buildings. lilTIL ,i GET FREE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE HALF MONITOR TYPE HOUSE The poultry house illustrated above is planned in units of 10 feet, so that it can be built in any length width desired. This drawing is for 24x40-foot The plans provide for special dropping boards, food hoppers and hinged windows for proper light and ventilation. It has all the desirable features a modem poultry house should have. At the low price of material, the investment is small compared to the increased profits you will realize from greater egg production. Call at the nearest Boise Payette Yard and ask the Manager to Show You Blue Prints of Plans for this Poultry House. BOISE PAYETTE LUMBER CO. H. M. PERRY, Sales Mur., American Falls Yard or size. Slats Diary Friday—Just as I started to skool I seen Dr. Noth a going in to mister Schwarks house. When X cum home ma sed they was a little yung baby over to Schwarzes Dr. Noth is the same dr. pa and ma got me frum wen I was a little innosent baby. Saturday— Ma was r< marking that mens clOM is about twenty 5 per ct. off & she dldnt Kgt see why v, -Immens clo V se diddcnl do so also. ^ Pa sed when he was l 9 at the opry house the I P other night to a show Ite It seemed to him that *"■ wlmmens close was a bout 40 per ct. off. but that Issent the way ma ment xackly 1 dont think. Sunday—I have haveen learning to play a litlo on the vlalin & have got soze I can play In some of the exer cises so this afternoon I tuk my vlalin over to Janes house& set a while & tawked & then up& ast her what she would like for me to play. She reply ed and sedl better go and play parch eesy. I ges« I a mup vs. It so far as she Is consumed. Monday—011m throwed a paper wad & hit the teecher prltty neer so Bhe made him go over & sot with iSlsy for a cupple hrs. That kinds encur raged me so I throwed 1 & it cot her In the nek, I seen she was sore & I was hoping she mite morce me to set with Jane. But my hopes was busted & she give me a sentense to rite 100 times. After skool was out. She ast me how old was I & I sed 11 yrs. she sod well well I diddent beleave a boy cud get so ornery as you in 11 yrs. Tuesday—I tuk a fue marbels & lade them on the floor & teecher ackBldently stopped on 1 o fthem & very neer flopped, so I stayed in. Jake past the wlnda while I was say ing in & I ast him what time was it. he grinned at me & sed What you care you aint going no whores, Wednesday —I beleave ma is car rying this ekul sufferage to far. she & pa Ih going to have a party for some ladys & gtntliimon & she sont out the tikkots & sinod them Mrs. & Mr. OrlmoH. I uat pa why did he stand for It & ho smiled & sed In this case they Is exterminating slrcumstances whatever them are. sorch me. Thursday arc teacher ust mo where 1 was born & I told her in Ohio, she sed what part & I anserred 100 per ct. A the way she looked at me with both eyes made a hot chill run down my back. .1 Ü j !*î Ancient Almanacs. The clog almanac, once In common use In parts of England, Is a square stick, on the four edges of which are cut notches to represent the days of the week and varioua symbols to Indi cate different festivals and holidays. More ancient than clog almanacs ure the Scandinavian runic calendars, made of wood, or aoraetlines of horn bone, and Inscribed with runic let 92; 92; 90; 93. 90. Mo or tem Why Librarians Laugh. •'Falber wimiIs me to get "Twenty Thousand Legs Under the Ses,"' said n youngster at the librarian's desk. Possibly he thought It was a Revere beach story.—-Boston Transcript. Kown 90, Willie Hansen 94, Ethel Burns 90, Edna Schatz 91, Brenetta Allen 90. a I TUK EX-CHIEF OF POLICE GIVES PLAIN TALK. M wÄu allow me a little of your valuable space to put before the clt-j izens of American Kalis a few facts Hint I think every citizen should know. .. .... k„„.„ .h» llm., that I am no longer Chief of Police, but the facts leading up to my dismis sal are probably not so well known. , From the date of my appointment, I 1 tried to do my duty conscientiously without fear or favor, I made arrects, when 1 had evidence of wrong doing. I warned the thoughtless, and tried to keerp the streets decen for all the peo pie OA all times. I did not catch all the criminals, but 1 um not the only one that has failed In that way. County ?. fÄÄÄ .... v...* i« _ 7 I h ** up, but In my case I found it doubly hard, because a certain class of crlmi nais were supposed to be privileged and therefore Immune from arrest. Here is a case In point, and one that explains my discharge from being Police Offi cer. A few weeks ago, at about 9:30 o'clock p. m. 1 was standing on the We 're Making Lots of Dough ) 7/ For pies and cakes and doughnuts these days for Christmas Time means good things to eat. Pastry cooking is difficult at best but our electric oven with its even temperature to gether with our long experience in cooking make most of the bakers troubles seen trifling. May we mix dough for you, Any special order, like fruit cake for instance—will be handled in plenty of time for your holiday needs and the cost in the long run will prob ably be less than it would be at your home. Block's Bakery FRED BLOCK, Prop. Make It An ELECTRICAL Xmas There is nothing in the true spirit of giving that is incompatible with common sense, which surely dictates that there is every reason why both sentimental value and usefulness, to say nothing of beauty, should he combined in the gifts we give. Electrical appliances, are useful every day of the year, and may be enjoyed, not only wife or mother, but by every member of the family. They make splendid gifts from an individual to an entire family, or from one family to an other. SELECT FROM THIS LIST Radiant Heaters Warming Pads Sewing Motors Irons, all sizes Curling Irons Water Heaters Vacuum Cleaners BUY NOW AND HAVE YOUR GIFTS LAID ASIDE FOR DELIVERY CHRISTMAS EVE Ask about our special offer on Washers, Ranges and Vacuum Cleaners for the month of December. Percolators Waffle Irons Grills Toasters Ranges Hot Plates Washers ELECTRIC SHOP IDAHO POWER COMPANY sidewalk near Warf's Cafe, when I noticed a man come staggering out He walked out near me on the street, a few yards, and there in full view of the public, committed open indecency. I went up to him and saw he had been drinking. He became abusive and in solent when X questioned him. I at once put him under arrest, as his pre the street would be offen sence on sive to all decent people. I then cal led the day officer to take care of the Next morning Mr. John Allen r'elaRvëof evening i met John ' . Al c "' "lumnëd ian rnô ^ „ , . .. . , d order3 rÄÄi uSÄ , .. . had ri „ h , to do ' . lrc ^ t when he got ready" , : h *' t " 1 ^ attorne y £or adv ice I 1 1 , , , ; , rd „ r „ to a "' J * e * ld i «w acting in . . when he might "nby^epubUc Mr Alîen fo - ^ 0 Ve d m e to ^e offlce and again be FinaHy « * arres t . 1 ., _ * " ... „ ^ ° u man ' j dld arr6 st." Soon af if ä' those; Gentlemen reared I mignt gei allowed to remain in of ce d ey g 9o far as arresting the head man of the city, I think there should no more favor be shown between the city offi cers than any one elBe, if anything be more lenient to the Citizen, for the City Officers should know better. The Officers of the City should set an ex ample for the rest of the Citizens to go by, and if they do, some of them sure ly have fine examples to follow, as I am thinking some of them are adapted to a little moonshine. Personally I am glad to be out of the whole busi ness. J. M. CLARK. Announcing Rockland Pharmacy P. O. Shear, Mgr. American Falls' new drug store opened for business Monday, December 5th. A complete stock of drug and drug sundries will be carried at all times. OLD NICHOLS GARAGE BUILDING NEAR POSTOFFICE. Idaho American Falls •ikJTu?' Clan CAL* §- 4 * tk m - II \ ♦ ^ i Ü » 8 by Hqpsburg LfebeJ **" v " Illustrations by I IfwiitMyeffj TOv. ' ft 1' Jt.blrJl M IUHÉ \V J it ¥ \ I $ V % T HE pull of a strange fascination took Bill Dale, city-bred but mountain-minded, to the Joining the Moreland«, he Love Tennessee hills. took up their friendships and enmitiea. healed one feud, but there was coal under David Moreland's mountain, and a new feud was born. a A tale of rare charm in which the beauty and strength of a woman's love is shown rising superior to the ties of blood and tradition. Selected as a serial for the delight of readers of this publication. Do not mios itl mniiiiimimiiiiiiinmimiiiiiiBHiiimiimmiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiimimmmiii.^V.i'i Liberty and Authority. While we believe liberty is essentli must also believe that authority But there must be c we necessary, ordination between them so that botl may proceed together in a compcUtni force to maintain our social, clvi«E political order.—Grit.