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She has never been out to the schoolhouse in all the years she has lived in the neighborhood. The Andrews girls were so happy. Dr. and Mrs. Breed, the headmaster of Blair Academy and his wife, were there. They were impressed with the pageant and the beautiful singing. Since Dr. and Mrs. Breed wanted to help us, they gave us money toward the piano we need so much. My dad was Santa and distributed the oranges, candy, and toys to the children and the gifts to the parents. It was such a happy evening.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 26. At the end of the day I brought forth Wilfred, the puppet clown I made this weekend. After demonstrating how to handle a puppet, and allowing each child to practice, I asked for volunteers to give us two-minute extemporaneous performances. A few brave souls, Helen, Mary, Warren, Ruth, and Andrew, tried it. How we all laughed. We love the little clown! All the children are eager to stare work on the puppets. They examined carefully the book on string puppets, which I had placed on the library table.
When the afternoon session began we took a few minutes to discuss the lunch period. From now on those who have a job to do at noon will wash their hands at 11:50. They will group the desks to form tables, set out oilcloth mats, napkins, and spoons while the rest of the group is getting washed. No serving will be done until everyone has washed his hands and is in his seat. When all have been served, we shall say grace. The cooks must be sure there is water being heated for dishwashing and must leave the kitchen in order.
My Country School Diary by Julia Weber