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Scandia High News (Newspaper) - October 28, 1938, Narka, Kansas XIV October 1938 Number 2 CARNIVAL DATES TO BE 1112 OneAct Play And Musical Program To Be Presented DRAWING FOR LAMP AND CHAIR The Scandia All School on November 11 and will be an outstanding event of the school year in entertainment and the rais ing of money for school This event will take place in the school building and the carnival will be made realistic with in cluding and free Dramatics and will be attractive to all fun loving children and A beautiful occasional arm chair and an indirect lighting floor lamp will be given away on Saturday November the last eve ning of the Gift tickets are being sold at ten cents each by the high school All money taken in on the tickets and the vari ous carnival functions is to be used in carrying on school The five cents admission charged everyone in enter ing will permit free admission to the thirty minute one act play and the musical pro gram to be given in the Squaring It With the a one act comedy play is full of surprises and dramatic and the char acters of the chosen from the student are doing unusually well in their LThe members of the cast are John Geneva Jtfarcelene Maurice Freed and Norma Glee The play is under the direction of Miss Nola The musical program is being dir ected by Miss Jean The committees have been chosen for the various carnival Miss Jessie Nichol with Orville as chairman of the novelty com mittee have selected unusual toys and curios for noise and Hardtarfer with Lyle Marshall and Harold as chairmen of the bingo stand are expecting to sur prise the many bingo enthusiasts at the Other committees have been chosen including the the drinks and the ball Many events will kept secret until the limie of the PRESTON SPEAKS TO THE stUDENT BODY PRESIDENT OF CHINA SPEAKS HERE Sun Talks In Scandia On Last Lap Of Tour president of the National of spoke in the Scandia high school auditorium on Thursday October Her subject dealt with the present conditions in In her Sun told many interesting facts about the war sit uation in The part of China that Japan1 has seized is the size of the territory that makes up the east of the Mississippi The people of China have moved in with friends or else they have moved in to municipal Thousands of people live in straw houses which are very poorly There is a national movement there to build homes for children and give them an During the winter the refugees receive clothes from other Most of these clothes are padded for To do this another piece of material is cut exactly as the one which is already Then cotton is put between these two thus keep ing the people much In closing her address Sun said that China will not lose Suris own home was burned by the Jajpenese so her temporary home is at the International Settle ment in Her who is a banker in her older who is nine and goes to and who is two years are being taken care of by some of the eighteen relatives who are refugees in the Sun home from the JapaneseChinetee Continued on page 4 TEACHERS TO ATTEND STATE CONVENTION Members Of Faculty To Go To Meet ings November 4 And 5 Preston of Texas spoke to the studenjb body and the fifth to eighth grades at a special assembly October on the subject Know ing a for mer minister of Texas has given over lectures to high school students in 28 The Scandia teachers with the Lyceum fund sponsored most valuable thing in the vorld is said and the greatest thing in life is Concluding an effective whjch was greatly enjoyed by the he left this If you dont want to go overv the dont play in the ife Preston spoke at Belleville followingiiis Scandia FIRST MOTION PICTURES SHOWN ON OCTOBER 11 The first moving pictures of the school year were shown October to the grades and the high There were three films The first one was on the second on water and the a story the colonies in winning in Pictures were also shown on Wedi October These pictures showed the raising of the struggle for inidependence in early American history and functions of a gasoline Other pictures will be shown on November 8 and The moving picture program will be completed for the year at a later Moving pictures will probably be shown a bput every ten days throughout the school These pictures will con sist of geography and and other subjects related to the social studies in the as well as pictures on historical and scientific agriculture amd animal The annual Kansas State Teach ers Association will meet in seven Kansas cities on November 4 and Meetings will be held at Garden Kansas City and Pitts The Scandia teachers will all at tend the association meetings at one of these The Misses Nola Jean Evelyn Nean Jessie Esther Sjogren and Ruby Johnson and and Hardtarfer will attend meet ings at Miss Reiber will go to Kansas and Miller and and Cunv mings will go to Salina and Ihde will attend the Topeka Meetings will consist of two gen eral One is Friday morn ing aad the other one is Friday eve The departmental meetings will be held Friday afternoon and the Round Table meetings will be held on1 Saturday Many outstanding speakers will address the association in the general and de partmental Rabbi Is serman an outstanding speaker and socialreligious leader of Canada and the United will address the association at the Topeka and Salina Miss Agnes State Sup erintendent of Public Instruction of will address the teachers at and George Vincent of the University of Minnesota will ad dress the general sessions of Topeka and Supterintendent Miller will address the school board section of the Salina meetings on Friday after School will close early Thursday afternoon and will be closed on Fri day to permit the teachers to attend these MILLER SPEAKS AT COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION Miller talked in a dis cussion group for Sunday School teachers at the Annual Convention of the County Council of Christiani Education at the Metho cist in October Miners topic was Basic Christian Beliefs of aChurch School f EIGHT STUDENTS ON THE HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL The honor roll consists of these students who have obtained grades high enough to make fifteen points or An A grade isf valued at five a B grade at and Oontinued on page 3 ACTIVITY CALENDAR 2 Football James 45 State Teachers meet 10 Lutheran church Father and Son 1112 School 11 Armistice Day 15 18 Football Repub lic there HigL News 2223 Second six weeks 2425 Thanksgiving vaca Football Clifton PLAYS TO BE TONIGHT Crossed And Not Quite Such a Goose Are Titles BOTH PLAYS ARE COMEDIES HOLDS SECOND MEETING OF THE YEAR Award In Membership Drive To 5th And 6th Grade Room The second of the school held October 18 in the auditor was well The grade the and the school board were all represented in the interesting Music was furnished by the grades and by The first grade sang The Mulberry Bush and the third and fourth with Jean Lewellyn as gave the Marching Miss Jean Hart accompanied by Miss Nola sang The Old The second directed by Miss Ruby presented The Straw The following made up the cast of the clever skit Straw Donald Lowell Old Harold Brown Old Woman Nar vene Peterson Glenn Berry Pat McGregor Raymond Cardwell and Donald Cox Billy Clark and Arlene Ler vold and Barbara Two talks concerning the import ance feof play in school life were giv One was by school board and the other by Herbert seventh and eighth grade Cox spoke on Play as Recreation is said the former school Educational Value of Play was the theme of Ihdes He stressed fact that obeying the rules of the gajne teaches youth to obey the rules of At a short business the group decided that in the future the meetings begin at rath er than as has been the Miss Neanders the fifth anid sixth grades won the member ship contest sponsored by the This contest was conducted on a per as sociation presented Miss Neander with two lovely cakes as MISS REIBER ENTERTAINS Miss Trella Reifcer entertained with a party Wednesday October 19 at the Freed Those present were the members of the grade and high school Milter and Miss Mary West and Miss Blanche Two oneact Crossed Wires and Not Quite Such a sponsored by the and HiY organizations will be given to night at the high school auditorium at eight Crossed Wires is directed by Miss Trella Reiber and Not Quite Such a Goose is direct ed by Miss Jessie Special numbers are under the direction of Miss Jean The play Not Quite Such a Goose consists of the following characters a happy Gerald ine Lloyd Albert her seventeen year old Donald Anderson Syl via her Eldrect Freed Philip Sylvias sweet Valjean Jackson Hazel Sylvias Nina Jean Albert Bell is a boy who plays baseball and has never had time for His sister introduces him to Hazel Henderson and Albert but wait you will see what happens to Albert when you come to the play Crossed Wires is made up of the following characters Stan the Eldon Larson Clara his Virginia Paul Uncle Stans Leo Johnson the Doris Bothers a ser Lewis Smith Bettys sis Annie Marie Jensen Lucys Gene Larson Mess That is the leading word for this oneact Telegrams every few min utes and each one is read by the wrong You will just have to come and see how they straighten out the entanglement of these tele If you come to the school auditorium tonight at eight oclock you will see how it is The admission is ten cents to all grade and high school students and fifteen cents to Tickets may be purchased from any meruber of either of these organizations or at the The money received wijl be used for the purpose of sending Girl Reserves and HiY members to camp and NEW BOOKS PURCHASED Last week the Scandia high school purchased five new nonfiction They are Around the World in Eight by Wiley Post and Harold Gatty Head Hunters of the Amazon by Up De Graff Heart of a by Albert Payson Terhune The Modern Handy Book for Boys by Jack Bechdolt and The Customs of Mankind by Lill ian These books are quite an interest ing addition to the library of the high school this year and are avail able to all high school Points in collateral reading will given on the first three
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