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December 14, 1967

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'  II I I r   'STAD 'C--" ' School News In reading we have been We have been very busy mak- | mm mm king on a unit about Toy ing decorations for our Christ- | me. We feel this is very ap- mas tree. Each child is making | IIlpriate .for this time of year. two things Mark Reynolds, Gifts For The Family ,. I This Christmas give that someone in your family something he'll really USE and REMEMBER every day of the year. See our wide selection of beautiful yet practical gifts that appeal to everyone. We'll be glad.to make suggestions in any price range. R & C OFFICE SUPPLY S. MAIN STILLWATER $ H FR2-3882 I \\; Marilyn Higgins, Toni Hunt and Patty McMahan have finished theirs. The other children are almost finished. We are using a lot of glitter. Anita Pricer and Ellen Adkins are back in school. Both were absent because of illness. Tammy Lore and Marilyn Hig- gills brought Christmas records to school to share with us. FIP, ST GRADE Mrs. Snyder Our class is eagerly preparing for Christmas. We have assembl- ed Santas using 21 pieces for each one. Now we have a bul- letin board named "Santas on Parade." Now is an excellent oppor- tunity for us to do some more beginning stages of creative writing. You know letters to Santa are appropriate at this time. Dear Santa, I want a dolly for Christmas and a truck for Todd. Love Tracy Cundiff I THEIIE'S GOLD THE00 TEAR HILLSr But it's a different brand than the old timers dug up back in 1849! In place of takin' it out, the electric cooperative folks are puttin' it in--in homes! They call it Gold Medallionw Total Electric Living It's kindova new fangled idea. But, my what a change for the better. Modern, safe, clean, comfortable living is no longer a dream out my way. Electric cooperatives are seein' to thafl Start planning your home in the country now.., this electric coopera- tive is waiting to serve you with de- perdbfe, low cost electricity. CENTRAl RURAL ELECTRIC I III I II Dear Santa, I want a sled and a Santa Claus and a bell. Love, Kelley Smalley Dear Santa, I want a "flower set" like creepy crawlers. Love, Lacy Evans We are so happy to welcome Deanna McKasato to our claqs. She has moved here from Ok- lahoma City. GRADE TWO Mrs. Hallman With Christmas so near, it is very hard to keep from think- ing about it. However, we are still placing our school work first. Reading continues to be first on our list. We are review- ing the use of money, and tell- ing time in numbers. We also continue to study all the facts about the number eleven. Our spelling words are gett- ing harder, but it gives us a good feeling to be able to spell so many words without help. Our special reporters this SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY CONNIE P.F. FLYERS JACQUELINE CROSBY SQUARE Campbell's FINE SHOES 718 S. MAIN STILLWATER I.. i o_ 'r .; 03-. -week are Daphne and Tim Campbell. Here their stories: We voted for president, vice: president, secretary and librar,:  tan. President -- Tammy Moser Vice-President -- Daphne insworth Secretary  Pecos Bridenstine Librarian ,-- Merilyn Cundiff Daphne Holinsworth We plan to have a Christmas tree in our room. We are al- ready making decorations for it. -- Tim Campbell We decided to write Santa a letter. Here is our letter: Dear Santa, We thought it would be easier for you to read just one letter from our whole class. You have so many boys and girls to look after that you must get at least a million letters. Here is our list telling you what each of us would like for Christmas. We are listing two things we would like most to have. Troy Cundiff -- Watch, BB gun Josh Collins -- Model airplane, B B gun. Daphne Holinsworth -- Watch, Silly Sand. Ginger Sadler -- Doll, Cak e Mix baking set. Glen Grider -- Watch, alarm Clock. Mike Mobley -- Watch, car race track. Steve Magee  Creepy Crawler set, Johnny Eagle Rifle. Tim Campbell -- Combination dump and cement truck, cal" vary suit David Bateson -- Bike, bootS. Steve Ventris -- Bike, model air plane. Mark Grant -- Mighty ]Iike truck set, football. Tammy Moser  Doll, tYP e* writer. Marilyn Cundiff -- Doll BuggY, Baking set. Kym Bates -- Baby BuggY' Baby First Step. Christine Seward  DisheS, stove. Pecos Bridenstine -- Undecided We know, Santa, you have a lot of boys and girls to see and might not be able to bring 0 d $.0 2