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Scandia High News (Newspaper) - April 10, 1936, Narka, Kansas u JUNIOR CLASS EDITION SCANDIA HIGH NEW JUNIOR CLASS EDITION NUMBER 7 StEE CLUBS GIVE EASTER CANTATA A Mixed Chorus of FiftySeven Stu dents Presents Christ Triumphant MISS DRAKE DIRECTS PROGRAM The high school glee clubs pre sented an Easter choir Christ Triumphant for mixed voic es by Fred at the school auditorium last Sunday April The cantata Was under the direc tion of Miss Deda Louise music Ruth Ahrens was the Seliij gave a short talk on The Meaning of Easter in which he explained the true understanding of Easter and the way of attaining this The who took part in the cantata were Edward Jack Wallace Ken neth Eldon Phil roy Leo Irvin Robert LeRoy Nel Donald Herbert John Andy Clarence Nel Billy John Max Woodrow Jim Floyd Don George Billy Lorraine Leo Vernon Jean Don The girls who took part in the cantata were Eldred Mavis Matilda Ardith Fern Wlhna Mit Berniee Mona Bohr Lucille Norma Aspe June Fern Helen Alice Ruth Evelyn Jean Ruth Mae Soth Vivian Georgine John Virginia Lee Frances Fay Maxine Caroline Corinne Evelyn Ella JOURNALISM CLASS SPONSORS AMATEUR WORK A CHILD SPEAKS Im the child of a darling mother Her hand has carved my way She has toiled to lessen my burdens And kissed my tears Now shes finished her tasks here on earth And shes gone to the Mansion of Rest In the realm of the lofty Heavens With quiet and peace she is I that some day I may go there To the infinite world To again see the one blessed The mother of whom Im so Vera Flesher SENIORSGIVE PLAY Hays and Nichol Direct Cast of Ten In Presenting ComedyDrama Drake Leads Specialties A LARGE AUDIENCE ATTENDS amateur contest three columns sponsored by the journalism class will be published in the next issue of the features or any original work will be This issue is the last put out by this years journalism class and a contest is put in to attract and pro mote interest to the journalism class of next The Path Across the Hill was presented as the senior class play on March 20 at the school A large audience attended the play which was under the direction of Miss Hays and her Miss The proceeds of the play were approximately negro cooked and loved like the Fern Shotzman Ruth the heroine a sweet girl thinking of others above Ruth Ahrens Samuel the grandfather of Ruth and Walter lives with Clarence Nelson Walter little brother with dancing feet and funloving Edward Forsberg her heart was lost to Norma Aspegren had a little money but wanted Jean Tingstrorn Robert the hero sought sweet Floyd Johnson Jimmie attracted too easily by a pret ty Bettis Flo a city modern on a visit to the coun Bernice Jackson and Salaman der John Henry Zuzus kitch en brigade and other Irvin Street made up the The specialties between Rhythm in My Nursery and Round the Gypsy Fire were directed by Miss Miss Hays and Miss Nichol were presented with appreciation gifts by the senior Miss Drake also was given flowers by those in the Preceding the first act the school orchestra played and Three Morris Seniors Make Anniial Journey To Belleville To Be Taken SCANDIA ENTERS COUNTTCONTEST Many Years Have Elapsed Since Dis trict Has Held This Kind of Meeting 10 Participate 4 NARKA AND NORWAY WINNERS Republic Countys Declamation and Extemporaneous Speaking Con testwas held at April Six school of the county were repre They were and Mun The judges were Miss Fannie Madison and Clyde in Belleville high Awards given were a gold medal for first silver for and bronze for Phyllis Nippert of Narka was judged She read Diet and Arleen who gave The Humble Petition and Mildred The Finger of God placed second and Naomi Hammer of who spoke on Indepenj dence of the Philippine Islands won first Billy speaking on Political Issues in the Coming Elections and Forest Str who talked on The ItalianEthiopian Conflict received second and third place Contestants at Munden were chos en from preliminary contests held by the participating Scan dias contest was held March Those entered in this contest were Matilda Eldred Mildred Ardith Vir ginia Lee and Billy who had earlier been selected to re present Scandia Munden on The German Rhineland Leading to Frances Cooper talked on Plans for Raising the Standards of Liv ing and June Freed on The Italian Ethiopian The dress rehearsal of the music festival numbers was EASTER help us to be Honest and faithful always to Thou camest to save us all from the sin That maketh us all such worldly men For all our sins He was placed on the cross Then placed in a tomb surrounded by moss His followers wept and felt very lost As if on the sea in a ship being Behold There came a mighty earth quake He rose and ascended again for our sake Into Heaven to sitat our Fathers right hand Who is Ruler of our native Johnson FESTIVAL GIVEN 4 Ten Schools of Republic Participate In Evenings Musical Program ALL ARE INVITED TO OPEN HOUSE At Evening Program Each Teacher Will Have Demonstration of One Phase of Work f GRADES WILL HAVE EXHIBIT DRAKE DIRECTS GLEE CLUBS In the minds of the honorable seniors of this high in the rest of the vivid of shooting their admirable being only a lovfer dont quite understand this annual cere mony of such a dignified group judging from what I have heard seen this taking business even had them lightly wor 1 Now they all out in their finest array and did look kind of butI happen to knowras an observer of that there was a lot of panic and false composure under that coat of to the girls So on the memorable Wednesday of last week these socalled seniors journeyed to our county Belle to persuade a photographer I understand that his equipment was insured to attempt to take pictures of to hand down in history you Perhaps it would be to mention here that two of the above mentioned group just couldnt make the trip because of some little Continued on page 4 FORMER RECEIVES RECENT HONORS A From the April 3 issue of Kansas City Star came the following item concerning Miss Ruth Gene vieve a former student of the Scandia school and a graduate of the class of Miss Ruth was named outstanding reporter of the year at the Kansas State college here tonight at the Branding Iron spon sored by the honorary journal ism The selection was made by Richard and Max of editors of the Coll student publication of the Republic countys annual music festival was given in Belleville at the high school auditorium on March Ten schools participated in the namely and The Scandia high grade under the direction of Miss appeared first on the program and presented Three Mor ris Old arranged by Clifford The boys and girls glee clubs appeared third on the The girls sang Swanee with violin obbligato by Miss The boys sang two selec Cornfield Melodies and Pi rate by Freeman Ruth Ahrens accompanied the numbers of the glee Both clubs were under the supervision of Miss The program consisted of orches tra and band selections played by the following schools and Novelty numbers and glee club sing ing completed the A large crowd was in GIRL RESERVES PREPARE EASTER MORNING SERVICES Starting at 5 on Easter Sun day the girls and their spons ors plan to walk the railroad track to the Shotzman farm north of town and there breakfast and Easter service as the sun comes COMING ACTIVITIES April Easter April April and Neher chap April meet at April April 8th grade ex April April class April Club April track meet at May May May May May May grade commence May Oipen an annual allday will be held in connection with the regular meeting on April in the Scandia school building so the individual work of each student may be exhi bited to all those who are interested in the lateral activities that are per During the day everyone is cor dially invited to visit class work in any In the different grade rooms will be displayed copies of art and any other outstanding pieces of workmanship done by the different individual Par ticularly social studies will be on ex hibition because of its new place in the grade school At the evening which is to be held in the each teacher will give demonstrations to illustrate a few phases of their line of Although Miss Nichol is specializ ed in she is also the supervisor of the girls gym and for her part the program she will give a short talk on the pur pose of physical for A group of gym girls will present a tap The Old The Home EC II girls will display dresses which were made by them under the supervision of Miss Hardtarf er plans to demon strate two particular phases tool sharpening with emphasis on filing saws and rope work with general discussion on spljrcing and useful The journalism under the direction of Miss will give il lustrations and explain facts con cerning the makeup of a paper and each department of the Continued on page 4 SCHOOL DAYS GIVEN AT FRESHMAN ASSEMBLY On April the fresh man class had charge of the assem bly Miss Nichol was the director of the After group singing Corinne Nas lund read the A play was given by the whole freshman class called School an imitation of the olden times with Guy Perry as the teacher and the re mainder of the class as his Ruth McGregor played a violin solo accompanied by Miss An April fool prank was also play It was announced as A Mid summer Nights with one Bobby but all he said was April PLANS FORMULATED FOR JUNIORSENIOR BANQUET On May the juniorsenior ban quet will be held in the high school A committee of VernorT Frances and Leora Lpring was appointed by the president of the Jimmie Lar to decide on the Miss Drake and Mr Hardtarfer are sponsors of the junior
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