School: North Mound (12 Oct 1933)


Surnames: Krultz, Perushek, Gerc, Plautz, Ruzich, Degos, Djubenski

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 12 Oct 1933

Walter Krultz and his gang of manual training boys finished a nice sand table and they presented Miss Perushek with a little chair.

Virginia Gerc was a visitor in our school Wednesday. She, as usual, gave us all a hearty laugh.

George Plautz picked up all the west side girls Friday morning in his old "rattle trap."

The girls started sewing Monday and have begun making the different kinds of stitches.

Walter Krultz came to school Friday morning with two carnations in his shirt button – and did he ever think he was the "whole cheese."

Perhaps you missed something Friday when you didn't see Miss Perushek hit a home run – and did the ball ever fly!

Quite a number of "Gigglers" had to stay after school this week.

Miss Zora Ruzich was our visitor all day Friday.

We are all quite busy learning and practicing for your program.


Peter Degos likes to tease the 7th and 8th grade girls.

Some of the older boys had to changes their seats Thursday – was it to be closer to the teacher or for misbehavior?

Helen Gerc opened the windows one morning and none of us were very cold.

We wonder what Roger Djubenski wrote in his notebook one day and why he wouldn't let anyone see.



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