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   Scandia High News (Newspaper) - January 27, 1939, Narka, Kansas                                XIV 1939 Number 5 DISCUSSES LEGISLATION and HiY Clubs Guests At The Program MILLER IS MAIN SPEAKER State and National Boysf and Girls Organizations was the topit of the ParentTeachers meeting on January The local HiY and Girl Reserve clubs were re HiY and Eldon Hi Y represented the and Jessie local and Lucille the Virginia and Lorna Mahan sang a vocal The Girl Reserve Code Superintendent Miller gave an inspirational and aducational talk on State School Miller idiiscussed the proposed school legislation that will be taken up in1 the state congress this The following important no will be acted upon Reenactment of school aid laws Extension of the Barnes CounL ty tuition law in the Revision of transportation laws to grade and high schools of An effort to take the election of state and county superintendents out of An enactment for tirement musical nuoniibers were The under the ection of Fred Reason played several The girls glee club sang An Old Violin and the boys glee club sang Volga Boat man Misses Dolores Miller and accompanied by Chris played a violin cello NEW PUPILS AT Since our school has been lacking in one thing When William Mitchell graduated in Wilma graduated in 36 he took with him the honor of beirig a and since then there had been no others until tolast week the tables were turned Elvin and Laveda sopho mores from entered our school the second semester and be lieve it or theyre twins Elvin states that he is greatly in terested in football and but does not care for Wlhen asked to give an opinion of our he Guess itll be all after I get acquainted with the So far they seem to be very agreeable and I think Ill like school in Scandia So far Laveda hasnt committed herself but when better we feel that she will prove a real addition to the Sophomore The Junior is also sporting Charles Eu Banks from has proved quite a hero in the eyes of the fair er eex besides being a helpful addi tion to our Junior High jiep club present edla pdp January Istunt was presented hi three before the at ttie and aarter the TO MY VALENTINE To use a timeworn Valentines Day is just around the And that brings on the greeting card factory rush and the post office rush and heavy mail sacks for the poor overworked post just like However most of the purchasing of Valentines is done by Adults for some reason or other seem ashamed of their true feelings and ignore the day That isnt as it should We all admire the thoughtful person who sends some token of appreciation at this time and most of us would really like to be such a even if we wont admit The old custom started way back in the time of the gooidi Valen On his which came on the fourteenth of he would take food and other gifts to the He encouraged others to do nice things on this day and soon the day we know as Valen tines Day came to Just where the romantic element came into the do not know but it probably has to do with Februarys nearness to spring and in spring a young mans fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love you The old Saint had the right If everyone would get as enthusiastic about the idea of giving gifts and sending cards at Valentine Day as they do at hard feelings would be destroyed and maybe business would be stimulated we hope you dont mand the mater ialistic but we had to get it It might be a good idea to make Valentines Day a sort of new year when everyone made it a point to get along better with his fellow CALENDAR 31 there 3 here 34 State Council of Admin 6 County School Masters and 6 Kansas City Philharmonic 7 10 11 2 Republic County Teachers 1518 County Basketball here 24 entertains HiY 25 County Grade a PHILHARMONIC PLAYS CONCERT 6 Director Karl Kreuger Offers A Matinee and Evening Program MET JANUARY 5 The Pageant of the Shawls was the topic for the regular meeting which was held in the nigh school January Approximately 20 shawls from the Uttited States and foreign countries were The possessor of each shawl wrote its history so that it might be read to the Shawls fromi United Rus Mexico and Scotland were mod Music characteristic of each country was given as the shawl of that country was Those who took part in furnishing the mu sic were Misses Mnry Blanche Jean Helen Virginia Mahan and Alice The Girl Reserves were guests at this The next Cabinet meeting will be held at the home of Betty Joe February The roll callwill be answered by Bible HOME EC GIRLS SERVE DINNER The Home Economics1 II girls ser ved the faculty arid school board members at a Kansas Day dinner Thursday January The menu consisted of Pineapple chicken mashed yellow wax but perfection Bavarian Cream and wafers anid The invited guests were and and Carl and Ernest arid and Herbert Ihde and Misses Johnson anfcj Nichol and and Mm Robert Miss Hazel State Sup ervisor of Vocational Home visited our department At leastone visit ia maide a year to each of the Vocational Departments itp check up the departinent and observe actual classroom The Kansas City Philharmonic Symphony Karl will give a concert in Concordia February Between 80 and 90 students and teachers are expecting to attend the matinee program at Matinee Program A Mid summer Nights Dream Old Folks at for Hungarian Dance in G Zabel Allegro Vivace Lois Soloist Finale from 4th Sym phony The Flyinfe The evening program will be con siderably longer and where the aft ernoon program contains only a part of a the evening1 perfor mance will give the complete com A number of the Scandia teachers plan to HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL IFreshtafln Paul AAAA Jarl ISophomores Anna Marie Juniors Valjean AAAA Richard Corinne AAA BB Adeline AAAA Alice AABB Lucille Honorable Mention Freshmen Maxine ABBB Waldron iSophomores Geneva Juniors Alvin A ABC Alice iSeniors ABBB Leo Semester Honor Roll Freshmen Jarl AAAB Paul Anna Marie AAAB Geneva Juniors Valjean Seniors AAA AB Adeline AAAB Alice A ABB Lucille V Honorable Mention Juniors Alvin AABC Alice Skoidiwinii Seniors Virginia SCANDIA HOST f 0 TOURNAMENTS High School Games Are 1518 Grade School Plays 25 GAMES IN HIGH SCHOOL GYM iThe annual Republic County basketball tournament will be held at Scandia this fromi February IB to with all schools of the except Nine boys teams will play for the champ There will be evening games only this starting each evening aj The drawings for the tourna merit bracket will be held on Mon day February at the re gular Schoolmasters meeting in Tournament admission prices are 25c for students each evening ex cept when the price will be Adult prices for the first three nights will be 35c and the Sat urday night admission will be Season tickets are on sale at 75c to students and to The tournament trophies are on display at the Haggman and Wires Drug The two one for first place and one for runner are of bronze metal and are a like except that the runnerup tro phy is They are engraveid with the date and the place The Grade School Basketball Tournament will tee heldfin the Scan dia gymnasium on February A bout eight to ten teams are expect ed to The Scandia Commun ity Club will furnish the will be three sessions and jtheadmissiQnl for the morning and afternoon sessions will be lOc and the evening session will be There ape itwo Hardtarfer and Harvey Bern hardt have been Herbert coach of the Scan dia grade school expects this tournament to be a most interesting This affords an opportunity to see the future high school players v in SECOND SEMESTER CHANGES IN EfHICS CLASSES The two Ethics Glassies conducted by the local ministers will continue in the second The object of the Ethics and char acter course in school is to give students an opportunity to study character and influences leading to watfd more abundant The first semester the freshmniart and sophomore classes were insitruct d by Miss an4 the junior and senior group by Be cause of Miss Keys has not been able to meet these class groups and Superintendent Miller complet ed the instruction for the rest of ths first During the second semester Everett will instruct the freshman and sophomore groups and the the junior and senior The Englund expects to take up the study of oharacterKptics of Jesus while Bri Everett is expecting1 o develop the study of the life of Ohriat and His influence on civiliza   

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