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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - May 1, 1937, Ames, Iowa A Pas of school Nawa la printed in the Tribune each week except at Christmas during the school year. Tai the schools Tribune edited by Helen my Osbo names daily Tribune Ames Iowa. Saturday May i 1937 school superintendents principals teachers and others Are invited to submit material for publication. Every saturday during school year final meeting Kelley club is held Friday eve Kelley a Kelley held its last Community club program for the school year Friday night. This program was beyond any possible doubt the Pinnacle of All our programs for the year. This was the first appearance of outside Talent on our club programs. We have arranged a bang up group of entertainers to Climax the year s series of programs and those of you that attended the evening school banquet will no doubt remember that splendid program. We had a part of the same group of entertainers Back plus seven others that Are equally As talented. Ray Cunningham y. M. C. A. Secretary at Iowa state College who is Well known to Kelley audiences was master of ceremonies. The members of his group Are All popular entertainers Over w 0 i and we were indeed privileged to be Able to announce this program. The quartet that appeared according to their director Ray Cunningham is the finest he has Ever had since he has been in y. M. C. A. Work. This is saying a lot because we have All heard some of the Ether quartets that Ray has directed. Roland Chinn one of the Best xylophone players in the state appeared on this program. May Delle Sandstrom Soprano Wilma Highland contralto and Myrus Knudson Tenor All gave some special vocal numbers of real Quality. Every Community needs music and every school needs a Strong music department. We have made great Progress this year in our music department and we Hope that this program will help to build a More and permanent interest in developing our own program. Maxwell pupils to give music review Maxwell a on tuesday evening May 4. An All Grade and High school review of music activities will be presented in the High school gymnasium at 8 o clock under the direction of miss Zurbel. The Public is invited to attend and no charge is being made. Included on the program will be selections by the rhythm band from the kindergarten and first grades choruses of the lower grades Solo numbers seventh and eighty Grade girls chorus and High school girls Lee club. I it school notes from Maxwell Milford . Banquet Given thursday eve Milford twp. A the annual Junior senior banquet of the Milford consolidated school was held thursday evening in the Story hotel at Nevada. The ballroom was arranged to represent an old fashioned Garden with Rose entwined trellises and other Flowers. The table were decorated with Talisman roses the class Flower and Sweet peas. Covers were arranged for 36. The class motto a life is a Chain strengthen your link Quot was prominently displayed on the table and candles nut cups and program booklets carried out the pastel colors. Bui Sharpe served As toastmaster and Velda Wakefield pre Biden of the Junior class gave the Welcome. Blanche Williams read the class prophecy and Edward Sorensen president of the senior class responded. Vocal numbers were Given by a quartet following the beast Quot into the past Quot by Richard Sorensen and a now Forward Quot by superintendent Halvorson. Milford seniors Are Edward Sorenson Catherine Tendall. Leonard Tendall. Richard Sorensen Frederick Eller Clifford Thomsen Lester holds Harvey Beal and Maxine Cooper. Juniors Are Velda Wakefield Maxine Sandwick Margaret Nelson Rhoda Grimsley Grace Ras Musson Blanche Williams Ruby Danielson Lucille Menzel Frances Christian Mona Lee Helen Twedt Mervyn Brooks Bill Sharpe. Weldon Kingsbury James matters and Wayne Olinger. Faculty represented were supt and mrs. Burton g. Halvorson Marcella Benson or. And mrs. Of to j. Shell Dorothy Dunn Margaret Byal be chem Johnson Maxine Norland Ann Plllard and Margaret her Elm. # to present play Milford a the seniors of the land Janet Potter Van Renssalaer Cortland Milo Helland Betty Jane Bailey Dorothy Mcnamer Milford school will present a Jolly Olivia Cortland Harriett Bannon three act comedy a Sadie gets j senator Jerome Delmer Helland elected Quot May 7 in the school Audi j John Cortland Marvin Malmin present class play april 30 Mccallsburg a the senior class of the Mccallsburg High school presented its play Quot his Best investment Quot by Lindsey Barber in the school auditorium Frida evening at 8 of clock. Each member of the class took part in the interesting production and the cast was As follows prologue the child Lavon mor Ris Van Rensselaer Cortland Milo Helland and John Cortland Marvin Malmin. Characters in the play. Suzanne Myrtle Twedt Beverly Gray Marian Malmin Fortune Randolph Lavon Morris Christine Whitman Mildred Haaland Billy Brecken fridge Dale Fincham Alison Coit the Fine talk Given by or. Starrak. A Lively discussion on personality followed the talk. Ray Adolphson of the College thorium. The Story concerns the expected arrival of a new editor to the Village of Turnerville. The towns reception committee is All set to Welcome the Man when it proves to be a keen and very energetic woman Sadie Lane. She is not afraid to oppose even the Bull headed town Boss Zeke Turner. Two important comedy characters Are Willie and Sally two left Over employees of the paper. Silas about sixty i Lively and full of fun. He is writing a Story for the paper. Chet Griswold the quiet bu8iness-Man, does not know How to propose to Sadie but she takes care of that. Mrs. Gray is a quiet Sweet old lady who has her troubles. Even she has a sense of humor. Then there is the officious mayor Lem Brown. These parts Are All being assumed very capably and the seniors Promise you an evening of great entertainment. Following is the cast of characters Willie Smith a Bright country boy Clifford Thomsen Sally Turner his Best Friend Maxine Cooper mrs. Gray quiet and smiling Frances Christian Silas Tate Lively old codger Leonard Tendall Chet Griswold the Village druggist Edward Sorensen Sadie Lane the business woman Katherine Tendall Lem Brown the mayor Lester molde Zeke Turner the town Boss Frederick Eller. Has classes have parties Uncle Toby circus Clown Ole Haaland Marie a maid Myrtle Twedt. Shipley sri. To give play Fri. Shipley the seniors Are nearly ready to present As their final dramatic offering May 7, of a bashful Bobby Quot a Clever comical and fast moving comedy in three acts. The just of the Story is As follows a group of High school graduates including Helen Norwood and her boy Friend Robert Down Starrak talks to or. His students tue. A development of personality is most important Quot said prof. J. A. Starrak of the vocational education department at Iowa state College in his talk before members of the Central school Junior his group tuesday morning. John Mccarthy president of the group was in charge during the meeting and introduced Kirk Mcguire program chairman who introduced the speaker or. Starrak. Or. Starrak opened his talk by telling of a boy whom he knew who had not had the Best environment but because of the Effort on his part of the hard work initiative and perseverance and Good morals became an outstanding citizen in later life. The 80 boys members of the organization were much interested in Kelley klan has social meeting in town Hall Kelley parents to go Back to school May 6 by a Rma Reinertson Kelley have you Ever word Borg . Held Friday Mccallsburg the annual by Dorothy Ryan Kelley a work while you j de what goes on every Day in j Junior senior banquet of th77l7> work play labile you play Quot is our school have you Ever wished Carlsburg High school was a Lovely the motto of the Kelley Elan. Of \ you could visit school but Nev a affair of Friday evening in the y. M. C. A. Chairman of boys work at they is advisor of the group and sponsor. On tuesday afternoon the Cabinet of the organization met with Spencer Vanderlinden publicity chairman in charge of the meeting. Plans were made at this time for a night hike which will take place May 7 at Lynn Fuhrer Lodge. Shipley school to graduate 18 seniors May 12 Shipley a the Shipley consolidated High school will graduate 18 seniors wednesday May 12. Voting All parents and members of the Community. This program will be different from any other program Given this year. It is devoted wholly to educational activities rather than to entertainment. Its purpose is to familiarize parents and other outsiders with the educational system of our school and to give each instructor an Opportunity in his or her demonstration or discussion. Long is spending the weekend with the commencement exercises will Helen a aunt mrs. Matthews. Robert is a very bashful boy of Nineteen. As the play opens he seems to be affected with an inferiority Complex lacking the nerve to stand up for his rights. He tries to propose to Helen but his nerve fails him and gives up in disgust. A school Friend of bobs Harry j Collins has Learned the Art of hypnotism. He hypnotize Boh and Maks him think he a Lochinvar the great Lover. Bob goes to the other extreme proposes to Helen Huxley the Sophomore be held in the school auditorium and Dean m. D. Keiser of Iowa state College will be the speaker. The 1937 class is As follow Margaret Quigley Maurice by coff John f. Zumwalt Lawrence k. Jordan Laurene m. Day George l. Kemmerer Rollen l. Phillips Bernita p. Emerson Margaret g. Cook Anita Jordan Dorothy Young Beulah Peterson Beulah Emerson Jeanette Switzer Marguerite Berrett Harry Alexander Russell e. Bishop and Claudie and makes love to every girl he it meet8 j the Rev. Or. Zike will give the a Happy medium is the result of baccalaureate Sermon on May 9. The whole episode when Bobby music for this service will be give realizes that he is really a Man and not a a jellyfish a As his sweetheart called him earlier in the play. Its in by the girls glee club of the school and the procession of seniors will be held by the class president. Miss Charlotte Vasey will play the processional and recessional. Nos team defeats Luther in tourney dignified sri. To by Donald Watts 1 6-aa.w� Grade Newt the second Grade had too percent in clean Teeth last wednesday. Fourth Grade children Are anxiously waiting for May Day. This week they Are planning to make some May baskets to give to people. Fifth Grade in health the boys and girls Are illustrating Good health habits. Geography students have completed the study of Alaska and Are beginning the Panama canal zone. Language students Are studying about plays. They Are planning to present one in the near future. A a weather is the topic which the science class has been discussing lately. Last Friday afternoon the children went outside to study the direction of the wind. They also discussed the signs and sayings that people used to believe to forecast the weather. The children Are making a weather Chart to record what they learn. Seventh Grade students Are making notebooks in history and geography. The English class has begun a new unit of study on working for the health and safety of others. Eighth the civics class has finished its project which represented the three departments of government. In this weeks current events qui there were Only five questions Given and those getting All of them Correct were Marian Bowen Doris Boyd Edith Carver Doris Hall Betty Kopf. Gwendolyn Sparks sophomores juniors and freshmen. Tuesday morning or. James of the James photo service visited Maxwell High school and took pictures of the various groups who a a participated in extra curricular activities As Well As the freshmen. Sophomore and the Junior class groups. The Public speaking class is making speech notebooks consisting of sections on characters stage of to lays make up costumes designs the Art of speaking Well and other interesting sections pertaining to speech work. Burg commencement to be held May 13 Mccallsburg a the commencement exercises at the Mccallsburg High school will he held May 13 with or. Steiner of Grin Nell College As the speaker. The Junior senior banquet was held april 23 and the senior class play was Given april 30. The baccalaureate service will be held May 9 and senior class night is May la. The final Day of school will be May 14. Welch locals i a j class of the Huxley High school held a class party in the school Hall Friday evening. The main feature of e text ailment was a treasure Hun the treasure being a Box of Candy bars. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the evening. Attending the party were Robert Paul class sponsor and the following students Alvina Leona and Lorraine Brendeland Borghild Boardsen ode Ilia Newgaard Frances berhow Alvina Mickelson wands Fjelland Helen Maland Allene Hui Ethel Myers Pauline Lee Jack Hynd John Hally Junior Thompson Delmar Bennett Side and Theodore Ryerson and Anthony Anfinson. Frosh party the freshman class accompanied by or. And mrs. William jul miss Mary Dandy and Napier a Napier was nosed out by Luther in the Boone county tournament last Friday april 23, by a score of 3-1. Sigmund the winning Pitcher allowed 7 hits i walk and struck out 7 Napier men while Kingsbury the lower allowed but four hits walked none and struck out but four. The schedule for the rest of the season is As follows Welch enjoyed a very entertain ing Assembly Friday Given by members of the Central Junior i bus and High school. Gretchen Young did Jerry Maland went to Maxwell Fri a Fine Job of announcing the Fob Day evening where they held a lowing numbers on the program j roller skating party. Talk on a Indian relics a Harold j Knight accordian solos a Moon Light and shadows Quot and a Morgan Grinders swing Quot Lois Clark hilarious comedy by three members of the Central dramatic club Marjorie Taft mar Loris Kennedy May 4-May 7-May 14-May 18-May 21 Pilot Mound Here. Jordan there. Luther there. Sacred heart there. Kelley there. And Patty Soreghan. On tuesday Welch school was honoured by having As us speaker a. Lawren Brown who told of Quot the Blind spot in of trip to Iowa City. Appear in comedy by Raymond Reinertson Kelley a our dignified seniors Are going to forsake their dignity for a while and run about in Short ruffle dresses Long curls Bare feet and Short pants they will portray such characters As Huck finn that mischievous easygoing lovable youngster tyrant Cal irresponsible dad finn fussy old Mai dish aunt Folly and due eyed Mary Jane. Tuesday night was the first rehearsal night and Ute seniors expect to put in some very intensive practices Between now and the performance. It is planned to give the play on two nights. Watch for further publicity. Shipley grades have supper party wed. Shipley a mrs. E. L. Mcbride and pupils of the fifth and sixth grades of the Shipley school held a Surprise supper party for their teacher mrs. R. E. Mather and for their former teacher miss Margaret Hereim at the Mcbride Home wednesday evening. Game were played of lowing the first Lucille Lewis and Jimmie delicious supper. Gifts were pre Ross the plants in our room have seated to mrs. Mather the former City Many pretty blossoms on them. We Lewis and to miss Hereim ter a month of purely educational programs it is their custom to have a strictly recreational program in the form of a social party. Tuesday evening in spite of the april showers tile Kelley klan together with their guests donned their raincoats and motored to the Quot town Hall for another evening filled with delightful music and Gay entertainment. The Kelley klan and their guests tripped lightly to the tunes of Abe Lyman s orchestra those wishing to listen to the Sweet tones of the music rather than step to it played various card games such As five Hundred pitch and Rook. As you probably know an evening is not Complete without some refreshments so a generous Supply of punch was supplied for this purpose. Besides the regular attendants the party was favored by some d i St Ngu shed guests. Or. And mrs. Ralph huh and or. And mrs. Don Finch chaperoned the party. They entered into the spirit of the group and from All appearances had As enjoyable a time As any of the younger people. N accordance with the rules of the klan the party Mosed at the stroke of Midnight and members of the Kelley klan and their guests again donned their raincoats and motored homeward. Skip Day is observed by Kelley seniors by be Vern Sheldahl the senior class of Kelley High school were up Bright and Early wednesday morning. April 21, preparing to leave on their skip Day trip which took them nearly 600 Miles of Iowa and Illinois territory. Skip Day which is an annual senior class tradition at Kelley is always looked Forward to with much interest and the seniors always attempt to keep the plans and the Date for skip Day entirely secret the class of this year was completely successful in keeping their plans secret. They decided it would be far More interesting to take a More length ily trip than has been customary of the proceeding classes so they set their destination to be1 Keokuk and the Mississippi River annuals the Kell Onlan will be re the route which they travelled took a de. We Hope you will All at them South through Des Moines had the Opportunity Well if you i school gymnasium. Have and w to Hasni to your the a ship Quot theme was carried Chance has come j out in the banquet the seniors every Parent or Community Mem j having been invited by the juniors Ber will Hare the Opportunity to t0 be a trip on Quot ship get a full Day in school in about Niue an it White colors were used two hours time. I the 12 tables arranged on the on thursday evening May 6. Improvised deck of a ship in the the Kelley school will feature ans Oao a it Man cum. Each table a open House program cordially in-1 enter a Ith a Mirror sea of Blue with Small White ship carrying banners a growing not Drifting Quot the banquet was prepared by mothers of the Junior class and served by Sophomore students. Captain Norma Baker of the Junior class was toastmaster and gave the address of Welcome. Captain Harriet Bannon gave the response. Lavon Morris and Marian Malmin gave a vol duet number and the following toasts were enjoyed. A port of knowledge Quot Ade to put Aero i or her method of line he. ,.port of hard times teaching. The open House committee composed of a combination of faculty members and students have worked out a system whereby each guest will have a to minute class with each instructor in his respective room. This Means there will be eight ten minute class periods with 2% minutes allowed Between each class for passage from room to room. Bells will sound at the end of each period As a signal for dismissal quite As they do in our regular classes. Guests will be received As they come in the door by a receiving committee and Ushers will escort them to their respective rooms. Ushers will also escort classes to the different rooms. Some exhibit material will a on display in the Halls trophy Case gymnasium and class rooms. This will consist largely of shop Home economics typing and Grade displays. After classes everyone will adjourn to the gymnasium at which time appropriate awards will he Given to the students that have done outstanding work in the Fields of athletics declamatory dramatics newspaper annual and student Council. Another thing that we Are sure will be of great interest to everyone is that the beginning band and orchestra will appear for the very first time then As an added attraction the glee clubs will have something in the Way of musical numbers to offer. Last but certainly not least our tend our mock school and we Are sure that everyone parents outsiders and school boosters will have a very enjoyable evening. Ottumwa. Pella Oskaloosa and finally Keokuk. They first saw the Mississippi River at Montrose. Iowa. From there they travelled South by the River Road some ten Miles through Keokuk state Park and into the City of Keokuk. At Keokuk their interests entered largely around the Large dam and the Hydro electric Plant. Their visit in Keokuk proved very interesting in that the electric Plant tied in very closely with the material which they had been studying in physics and also a debate which they had been hav of Luther College ing in Public speaking that being the class of 1937 has 21 girls and on a the ownership of Public Usu to boys. The class while not High ties while at Keokuk they also in membership ranks High in schol crossed the Mississippi and drove warship. The Cia motto is a what we Are to be we Are now becom Marian Davis a port of Matrimony a Harry Helgason a port of Good times Quot supt. A. S. Larson. Miss Morris and miss Malmin Sang Quot Drifting and dreaming a and principal Donald Hart rear Admiral of the Fleet gave a Toast a ebon Are guests senior guests were Marian and Marvin Malmin. Delmar and Milo Helland Dorothy Mcnamer Janet Potter Harriett Bannon la von Morris Dale Fincham o. Hovland Mollie Bergland Myrtle Twedt Mildred Holland. Faculty guests were supt and mrs. A. O. Larson. Or. And mrs. Donald Hartt and Kenneth. Hairy Helgason Lucile Thompson and miss Marian Davis. The Junior class personnel is Gladys Arnold Arlen Skarvedt Clarine Evingson. Cornelia Malmin Erma Newgaard Gene Morris James Thompson. Ronald Sev Eride Raymond Menzel Norma Baker Glen Ball Leroy Eddy Laurens kno Bouse. Irene Boston Mary Schauper Leonard Caltvedt Arlene Bergland Dorothy Burnett Dick Anderson Ardis Ose George Burnett Marie Hanskins. Adeline and Helen my Marjorie Osmund son. Lila Strum. Ames men will speak at Napier com Mence ment Napier the remainder of the school year will he a Busy one for students of papier school with a full Calendar of events scheduled. The Rev. J. M. Campbell of St. Cecilias Catholic Church of ame is to be the commencement speaker. May 27. Or. Barton Morgan of the Iowa state College staff is to deliver the baccalaureate address May 23. Major event for the remainder of the year Are As follow May 4�?bas Ball game with Pilot Mound at Napier. May 6�?dress rehearsal for the senior play. May 6�?baseball game with Jor four pupils have read thru the Elson Gray Basic Reader. Jimmie Ross Lucille Lewis Mary Roe and Joan Crispin. In Handiwork we Are making a Forest scene with Flowers in the Back ground. The Honor students for this time Are kindergarten Donna Kingsbury Story City the Story High school presented a Benefit presented the sixth and seventh school concert Friday evening at grades with a Small Bunch of flow the school to raise funds with i ers yesterday. 31 seniors in Story City is Story City the annual High school commencement exercises of Tho Story City High school will be held Friday May 28. The speaker i Jordan and the senior Clas is to be or. J. H. Presa president play at Napier. May 7�?senior class play at Napier. May 14�?baseball game with Luther at Luther. May is baseball game with sacred heart at Boone. May Llu Junior and senior banquet at memorial Union. May 21�?bas Hall game at Kel i Ley. A it May ton Moi into Illinois. On their return from Keokuk Jins the Clas Flower is Tea Roa they went North by Way of fort Madison mount pleasant Iowa City Marshalltown and at last Home. While returning Home they stopped at the state Penitentiary at fort Madison and Here they had j a a. A a a i speak a guide show them through the on. Hazel a Helvig. Lilman a. A a a prison. They also visited the state Holland Russell e. Jacobson.mar-, 27�?commencement at a institution at mount pleasant and Jorle Johnson Bui Kahley in map Yew rather Campbell pastor of the University at Iowa City. Kreutner Ruth Elizabeth j gaunt it Ujj amp Church in Ames. The students taking the trip Murken Lucille Mcpeek were Vivian Carlson lots Faush the person of the Cia s is As allows Alma Baldus Joseph b. I Baldus Betty Jean Butler John a. I Danielson Elisabeth Ann Don Howe. Nancy Ellen Eckley. Merle s. Frette Muriel b. Furman had j Gladys r. Guard. John d. Handso the i son. Hazel Mae Helvia. Tilman a fat 21�?senior class night 3 baccalaureate or Par an of i. A c. Will be the who is Goon to become the of Wilard urea to. Bride which to finance the orchestras course we had no idea what the a Blind spot Quot was and he led up to this Point in a very interesting w a telling of All the other obstacles science has conquered and then telling us that the real Blind the following program was Given a merry wives of Windsor a Nicolai orchestra allegretto from quartet no. 19 Haydn string quartet �?o7 got shoes a negro spiritual. A drink to me Only spot in science in other words i with thine eyes Quot and a a Sophomore a Dren Wert what the Power of science has not j in philosophy Quot Dvorak boys i first they All held the Jar second and third the children were very much Terestea in watching the live Amande which Donald trip i a lev a menu brought to school in a Glass Jar on Huxley school faculty am i is Iii a Unak lit i in b Huxley faculty to give play Friday Marie Hanson Elaine Holland Levero Halverson Raymond Reinertson Levern Sheldahl Phyllis Walker and Clyde Wilson. They travelled in two cars Driver Clarn be Walker and supt. J. Re Johnson Bui Kahley be Kreutner Ruth Rose Sarah l. Nelson Alfred Olson Doris g. Olive Bene Joyce Olson Elaine Elizabeth Opp Edal Robert Richards Kathryn Rose Clinton a Sheffield jr., Lillian Sevde. Mar by Jorie t it a Elsie a. Tow Napier seniors to appear in class play May 5 and 7 n. Nell i Wick Wanda Mae Wier tuesday. An interesting Story on a play Quot bashful Bob the life of a Salamander a and read. Found i evening in tin conquered is depressions. Slides Small voice group concerto in g i de at it before the Day w will present it a a Friday the play bans in were used to illustrate this lecture. Or. Brown also told facts and a Well Worth while formula for a successful life. Citizenship awards for april at Welch school which entitles etch Winner to a theater ticket Ane announced As follows Owen Leffler Alice Ryan ninth Grade Claussen Cannon Lloyd Mahone eighth Jimmie Taggart Betty Johnson seventh Shula Dun a Gar sixth Marjorie Jean Aikman Dorothy Thomason fifth. School Hall. Altho Many of the Chil a a Flor Clas Wil present its a utile afraid of it at in the near future. The annual Junior senior duet is scheduled or May the sch of Hall. On wednesday May 6, school is planning a civic pro at which time exhibits of done in various grades Wil r that the table e life. In a a p Ai ii. The a had Sperte a whole proved very s Well a being rec a entire group feels Many new and Val nets added to their the minor first movement Max Dean Hanks and la Verne tor Bruch violin Katherine Jacob season earned too percent in spell Ison a a Wohinz Shubert a let All Ling every Day last week my life be music a Spross vocal fourth and fifth miss Hagan a Premier polka those who received too percent Lone in various grades Wil be la Ewellyn Cornet Solo or. I in spelling last week were Helen j open to the Public. Stearns sonata in g minor Quot out Crouse. Mary lots Rogers George -----.�?22. Shumann piano Solo. Kathryn York Gloria Aaberg. Roland j / is High speller Rose Caprice in a minor Wien Crouse Ben Morrissey Junior Roland the for Cabman sop a Wiki Kreisler violin Solo. Or. A Kromrie. And Lucille Hanks. More spelling was held last w Eek irs Livingston a deep River Quot negro the children have made Spring which the sophomores took the spiritual and a the Nightingale a decorations for their room. They Honor. Pear Roland was the on Tchaikovsky mixed chorus Solo Huv made hyacinths in Black flow by on left standing. Spelling Down accompanists or. Alfred Jacob j or bowls and Art now making blues Judith a men son of the freshman a on and Kathryn Rose. Birds in cages. Team. On Honor Roll Maxwell a the High school mor Roll for the past six weeks i is As follows Dorothy car a Edith Carver Mary Parr i cuff seniors Mabel Smith Junior Ruth Carver Eleanor Scott Doris Scott Kathryn Hall Marjorie Carpenter sophomores Vitta Larson Darline Moore Yvonne Larsen Horin freshmen. Hoi Pei Pei a enter typing contest Roland a Janet Hove Charlotte Olson and Frederick Waugh the Roland High school typing team went to Webster City last Satur Ida where they competed in the j District commercial contest. The a ent in which the group was entered was the first year typing. The ranking Speed by schools was As follow s fail Grove jew Ell Webster City Rockwell City Roland j Ells o the. Stanhope Randall Woolsack Callender and Radcliffe. Bine t portray of by Phyllis heroically fixes up All ble Raa for her family. I Elal troubles assail remora of the a event their class Pix it Quot by Edwin of t. Is Polly Preble. Smith who sorts of pro when finn her Uncle Freddie is a Blue Bey Freddie Bartholomew a been chosen by final Kerman noted swedish artist to be his Model for the modern Blue boy Quot give awards Max Wei i a on Friday ere now in i Nung a activity banquet w As held at the High school gymnasium Hon a orig those who have participated in the inter school activities during the past school year. Letters were presented to various teams and other awards were Given to j various individuals. Mathew who is portrayed of Donald Kingsbury and her Cousin att is on the verge of marrying a polished but insincere count portrayed by Robert Morrissey Folly air amp it on the spot to fix things up. The play is directed by miss Joie Phi next an. Lawrence Deaton 1 has charge of the properties. Ltd it a. Quot Quot Itai House planning Tai Birdell got so Many Interior decoctions ideas from the striking sets which John liar Kidder desist to or a a Grad As married Quot which the actress recently com pitted that she is planning to build a new Home in order to use some of them

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