Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
16 Nov 1935

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16 Nov 1935

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1935, Ames, Iowa A Page of school new to Printer in the Tribune times each week e in at Christmas during the school year. Edited by Daisy Mcleod Stubbe the schools Tribune times to school superintendent principal teacher and ethers Are invited the submit material to. Publication. Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa saturday november 16, 1936. Every saturday during school year three programs Are presented at Welch High w Elch Junior High school students have enjoyed three interesting assemblies at the school recent in. On Friday or j. A Robinson if the farm crops division Iowa state College gave a talk on Corn telling of the future for by products of the crop and the various lines of study. He had a number of exhibits to illustrate the address. On the same program May won Sharp and Ruth Macdonald piano solos coach Jay Busby announced the final game of the Welch Central City championship schedule Ronald Ross explained the duties of a football Captain Bob Wilson gave a resume of Welch football history and Edward Robinson compared the weight of Welch teams to the past few years. An Assembly program was presented by the eighth Grade monday. Numbers included selections by r i instrumental quartet composed of Dwight Busby clarinet and Marjorie Coover Shepard Green and Ward Gilman violins. Guest speaker on the monday program was Fred w. Lorch of the English department Iowa state College who told of his experiences As a Soldier in the world War. The play let a Hamlet and the ghost a was presented by Kenneth Dattels and Dean Carey. The speaker on the program presented Friday nov 8 was l. E Hedrick of the Ames credit Bureau. Or. Hedrick explained what credit is and gave its history. He also exhibited forms and other things used in the Bureau. Thelma Levine and Pauline Dudley Sang a duet. Gilbert glimpses Parent teacher Assn. The Gilbert Parent teacher association held its monthly meeting tuesday evening. The program committee composed of miss Ber Neta Ward mrs. John Mathews and or. Grabau presented the following program music Junior bowlds and Edwin Banks Folk dances first and second grades talk on National education week mrs. John Mathews imitation trumpet Solo miss Della Hamilton talk Rev. Jack Finegan pastor of Christian Church Ames Reading John Mathews or. After the program lunch was served by the refreshment committee composed of mrs. George sep Ard mrs. H. R Martin mrs. Henry Peterson and mrs. L. Velman. Several morning Assembly programs were planned and carried out in Observance of National education week. These included papers on the history of education by Betty Lawrence Alice Bell and John Mathews. A education As an investment was discussed by Margaret Hummel chairman of the citizenship committee of the student Council. Superintendent Latham also talked on a the value of an a i Many visitors for open House Ames senior class officers i Slater notes a a Quot Quot members of the senior physics class really work up an appetite now that they follow the biologists and their frogs in the science lab. Nothing like a Good old Froggy atmosphere to put one on his toes the juniors have completed a Romeo and Juliet and have started a Macbeth Quot in English literature. Color is being studied by the advanced borne economics class with the Aid of Varico lored yarns. The sophomores have got their frogs and Are dissecting them. Re hey Are much surprised to find thai frogs body is a great Deal like their own. The sophomores have finished a lady of the Lake a and Are making booklets now. The freshman girls have started their luncheon menus. The manual training boys Are very Busy on a variety of projects. Rudolph Eagar and Robert Nelson Are making whatnot Charles Peterson is fashioning a Sandbox Joseph Westvold is working on a table. Wayne Severson a lamp Donald Brown a shelf Maurice Stigler a tie rack Hubert Nelson a Hall tree and Howard Hunt a table. The opening basketball of the season will be played with Jordan on the Jordan floor nov. 27. Both the first and second teams will play. The Junior class of Gilbert High school presented the play a the Man from nowhere a in the High school auditorium Friday evening. The play an uproarious comedy in three acts had As its scene a boarding House in a Small midwestern town. The cast included Elsie towns Wick Stella Sandsgard Kathryn Holmes Doris Luscaleet Eldon Sturtz be Madlne Cooper Irving Peterson Jens Larson Leroy Fos Sel James Jones. A a it it. Napier school notes Roosevelt pupils As Well As parents this week showed their educational consciousness by cooperating in a splendid Way in the Celebration of american education week. Both parents and teachers feel that the american of tomorrow is being made in the schoolroom of today and the school is endeavouring to build for future usefulness. Thus the weeks activities entered around that Thot. Upon entering the building during open House wednesday morning visitors were greeted by miniature models of the first log school House in Iowa and the Roosevelt school of today. Much of this work was done by the pupils under the direction of miss Sothorn. A daily Contact was made with each Home in the form of invitations to visit school a program of wednesdays demonstration program a a Welcome and a thank you greetings and a record of visitations. Pupils were hosts and hostesses and a guest books recorded names of visitors. Fourth fifth and sixth grades naturally recorded the most visitors since departmental work necessitated parents moving from one classroom to another. The demonstrations were of major subjects in the curriculum and time was Given for Parent teach a discussion. A report of the visitations dating the open House wednesday Fol lows kindergarten miss Losee. 45 i a miss Cole 29 1-n, miss Nash 22 2-b, miss Brown 18 2-1, miss Iverson 24 3-r, miss Rinker 25 3-s, miss Stickel 24 4-h, miss Hooker 60 4-s, miss Sothorn. 57 5-a, miss Gullickson 47 5-g, miss Gleason 61 6-f, miss Fellows 55 6-k, mrs. Knudson 58 total number of visits 525 total number of visitors 239. I Welch father celebrates Natl. Education week son banquet held thurs. The hey Louise Crawford club of Welch jus it annual elementary father san banquet thursday eve dior High school held school observed National education week tuesday afternoon with an open House during which demonstrations of regular school work were Given by the children. The first and second grades demonstrated Reading recitation Reading seat work and phonics. The third Grade demonstration was on penmanship arithmetic recitation and arithmetic seat work. Penmanship geography study and geography recitation were demonstrated in the fourth Grade. After the demonstrations the november meeting of the Parent teacher association was held in the kindergarten room. The meeting opened with a Short business session after which a piano saxophone duet was played by the misses Carol and Alice Brueck. An interesting discussion on teaching methods was led by miss Abie Sawyer principal. All Junior High pupils in play at state enter. State cent Eph every one of the 60 pupils in the state Center Junior High school will have a part in the two act comedy a what no Angel cake a to be presented to the gymnasium tuesday evening. Nov. 19 Ai 8 of clock. Those in the principal cast include Catherine Patton John Wurch irk louts Bogan. Dwight Patton Herbert s1 oat Duane Rich Eson wills Riemenschneider Helen Jones Vernier Buck Minnie Jones Pauline Scott Aisne Brimhall Martin Watts Frances Brown Mildred heme Junior Brown Marietta Hoke Donald works. Berwin j. Shaver Donald Horton. Roscoe Pool and Ping Pong were enjoyed _. W piggies Paul Ficken. Henry a rams and Junior Mulcahy other Ning at the Iowa state College y. M. C. A. Tables were arranged for 70, and Harold Templeton served As toastmaster. The evening s program opened with Community singing led by Ray Cunningham Secretary of the y. After which principal John Harlan of the school asked the Blessing. Following the dinner or. Cunningham again led in Community singing. Robert Rinehart gave a Toast to the fathers to which George w. Godfrey responded a Short skit entitled a army Tention Quot was presented by ted Johnston Clawson Cannon John of Dell and Dick Godfrey after which in the game room. Re coach Kenneth Linder has selected his first and second boys basketball teams As follows first team a forwards Kingsbury and Watts Center. Hankins guards r. Cooper and r. Morrissey. Second team forwards Bentley and Creve Center Eveland guards j Cooper and a Morrissey. Cheerleaders for the basketball season have been named As follows Paul Scott Norma Jean Ross Bette Beeler. High school school was resumed monday after a two weeks Cor husking vacation. Several members of the Madrid Post american legion presented a program at Napier school on armistice Day. Those taking part were commander Allen Miles Ben Fried Holm or. Nelson the Rev. Or. Nelson the Rev. Or. Barter and Joe Romedahl Donna Kingsbury will by out of school for the remainder cd the year. Ruth Kline was absent from pictured above from left to a Lgth Are Rex Gilchrist Jack Smith Mary Bush and Wanda Mecaskey who have been named officers of the senior class at Ames High school. Smith a Star football and Basket Ball player his been named president of the graduating class. He is a varsity club member and in he Junior year served As president of homeroom 205 and vice president of student Council student governing body of the school. Gilchrist now vice president of varsity club has been elected vice president of the senior class. Last year he Atice president of auditorium. Miss Mecaskey holds the office of Secretary in the finishing class a member of Pep club she has been both activity director and Secretary of auditorium and treasurer of Art club. Miss Bush. Who had been sen lug As temporary class treasurer Siree the beginning of the year has been appointed permanently to the position by the sponsors miss Ada Wood and Madelene Canvin and principal Verne m. Young. Miss Bush is a member of National Honor society and is Active in i la?1 athletics Pep club and dramatics. Beardshear students Are Busy with varied interesting projects Wentworth Pupil Are entertained at party monday students of Wentworth school were entertained at a halloween party monday afternoon by miss Holland the teacher. Games and students featured the afternoon s fun after which Candy peanuts and apples were served. Ernest Sills former student at Wentworth visited the school thursday. Virginia Kulow Marjorie Mac Donald and Richard Brown were absent from school one Day be cause of illness. Mrs. Delbert lint and mrs Gale Valline treated the school to cake and jello wednesday in Honor of the birthdays of Helen lint and Betty Valline. Moers meet tues Huxley the Huxley Parent kindergarten introducing 3 More new Welch pupils work on desert life. This Woik is have a correlation of English Reading of play the children have experienced the following the departure from Home going to the ticket of fire. Boarding the ship and actual experiences on ship Board. Helen and Darrell Nichols Stu-1 the boat is constructed of blocks dents in the fifth and fourth it has a gang Plank smoke stack Beardshear kindergarten a a Quot Quot an 1 a in addition to Many Short built a ship for the development of and Art. In aaa i Flo win a the. Lek a of travel in thinner a Tori on the abject the to bocks have been read. I be r Ai Camel of Bagdad Quot by Dora Browski grades respectively at Welch school come to Ames from Audubon. They Are the children of the Rev. G. S. Nichols new pastor of the collegiate methodist Church. Mabel York a Cousin of the Nichols children is living with them now and she is a ninth Grade student at Welch. Her Home last year was in new Franklin to 130 Miles East of Kansas City. Mabel like horses algebra soap carving bananas and swimming. Helen plays the piano and is interested in Art dogs acrobats and geography. Darrell a favourites Are arithmetic his horned Toad spinach and football. School monday. Donna Sawyer is absent school with the mumps. From Ames High school sidelights Pilot House and wheel. Small color de flags decorate the ship for which the name a a Normandie has been chosen it accommodates the entire group. The Crew consists of Captain Purser Steward Pilot and sailors. To Date Only experimental trips have been attempted but an f Tensive trip to China and Japan is being planned. First Grade our Little friends of the arabian desert by Carpenter a stories of Shepherd lit a by Burns. A around the world with children a by Carpenter a adventures in geography. A by Hay and a child s geography of the world a by Hillyer. Fifth Grade the fifth Grade pupils have completed a unit of work correlating geography and Art. In geography the y studied Many kinds of ancient and modern transportation. Each Pupil chose the Type he would Uke to illustrate and made his prelim Inary sketch. A committee selected the Best pictures which were then worked out in an attractive and concert at state Center draw crowd state Center the concert Given wednesday night by band and chorus groups of the state Center High school was repeated thursday night with Liberal patronage on both occasions. The programs were presented under the direction of Dorothy Bressen supervisor of music. Proceeds from this and sue need Long similar entertainments will be used to Purchase music students Are cast As guests at a reception held in the play. The play is being coached by Florence Gulock and Constance a via teachers in the seventh and eighth grades. The production be interspersed w Ith specially num. Teacher association met tuesday i hers by members of the music a evening in the school auditorium. J apartment under direction of Doro or. Nancolas presided Over the thy Bressen. Music supervisor. Business session at which mrs. A a a a a a a a Rem Tesdell chairman of the Flower committee gave her report for the year. A new committee was elected and includes or Parks chairman mrs. Ben Hoke or. Val Racek and mrs de Holland. Following the business meeting a program was presented As Fol lows vocal Solo a my Shadow by miss Elsie Mae Olson piano duet mrs. James Parks and miss Jane Palmer talk. Quot Home a the Rev. A c. Swain of Sheldahl vocal Solo a a smiling thru a miss j u n a a Sheldahl of Cambridge. Supt. Carl e. Re Rig gave a Short talk. Urging the parents to visit the school. Refreshments were served by a committee of which mrs Burton Fjelland was chairman. A f. Art division give program at Welch w. W. The program Given at the Welch world wide meeting wednesday nov. 13 was sponsored by the Art division of the club. Mrs. Hiram Marin wag the speaker and she gave very interesting talk about Art in every Day life. She had with her Many interesting specimens of different types of Art. There were hooked rugs handmade dresses designs in knitting hand painted chairs nut cops and Var i us Small toys. Central girl Reserve club hold meeting the ninth Grade girl Reserve the smallpox vaccination pro club of Central Junior High met Gram has been completed in All monday in the Assembly. Ames Public schools this vac devotions were led by Virginia citation was not compulsory but a i real Many students participated. Miss Henrietta Gronlid school nurse reported that the program was very successful. Say vaccination program a Success and instruments tor ment. The depart v acce. She also read the poem a these things shall be a in a pop or of armistice Day several songs were Sung by the club and the committees continued the meetings started last week but not finished because Dine was too Short. _ Gypsy Jamboree Library club is dance to be1 31 held on nov. 20 the third High school dance of the year will be held wednesday november 20, from 4 15 to 5 45 in the gymnasium. Tho intermission program under direction of Ora Clark will consist of violin selections by Irving Merril and a tumbling act by Mabel Everett and Raymond Taylor since the dance is to be called the Quot Gypsy Jamboree a the dances will All be Given Gypsy names. Bob Allen s orchestra will provide the music. By John 8iberell a potluck supper and business meeting was held at the Home of Mary Jane Myers wednesday evening by the Library club. Plans for National Book week november 17 to 22, were discussed. Inch member is working on the slogan a Reading for Mary Jane Myers conducted an interesting discussion on Library work. Mrs. Flora Miller was guest at honoured guests will be my the meeting. A k. Bliss mrs. R. D. Feldman mrs. W. E. Jonts and mrs. I. E. Men be. All other parents Are invited. 4--------------- athletic carnival planned at state civics classes make extensive study of Iowa by John s1berell during the past week. The senior civic classes under miss Helen Mackin have made an extensive study of the settlement and Early and present history of the state of Iowa. The pallm set a pamphlet on the history of Iowa prepared by the state historical society at Iowa City is being used As the foundation for this study As Well As the weekly articles published in the Ames daily Tribune on the history of Iowa. This course has been interesting i and at the same time very instructive because it Calls attention to pupils of the first Grade have started an activity project on a the colourful this project will be a Cor relation of Reading and Art. They j each week in a Onne it non with plan to build a miniature House Engin go and Reading the pupils Are and furnish it. Giving current events. Items that during the course of their study Are Rhosen must be of general in they will learn shout the various i Terest in daily happenings and gives kinds of houses materials used in a splendid Opportunity for Organiza building houses How to beautify i on ant evaluation of material. Our Homes the work of the various i a members of the family workers n saturday evening Nev 9. Outside the Home who contribute and Pirn Gant Mary Dodds blurts to our Comfort and things we can weeks and Jan Mcdonald Ltd the do to make one another Happy in Gra be gave the play a Toro the Home. the charge was to pins. Second Grade org. Mcdonald redeemed the pins activities in the second Grade for in Money it Xiii Money the girls then it few wrecks an to be Cen gave to boards head Parent Tea tired around the a Story of Cher Anocia Tion this is primarily a Reading project sixth Grade Milo int eds a us web a a Pupil of he Lith re culmination of Ihu act,., will mud. A a Jap a a a a a. Ltd a a a a Quot a Luxl rrt6. Of a a mar 6 for the kindergarten and 111i in length of red and Green heavy first three Gru. J Cord that it knot a Here the cords Are Tho third jul he a Horn enjoy. Tje Ltd in a fed of Cors lot Tho in. Atter Center nov. 22 fact which a Apt to he Overlook athletic because of their proximity. In Bob Hoffman because of the Many requests by students the alias High till Reserve club anti Why arc planning soother Box social. The two organisations sponsored a Box social for the first time last year. The purpose of this activity is to increase Hie clubs funds for use in sponsoring the annual Friendship week program. No definite due b a been ret for h a vent bul it fill be Beld toe. Lime a Ftp Frank giving v4h8. A cording oks not eth Wells Ftp onto of i Burroughs i speaker at g. R. Meeting by Leah Ruth Marguerite Burroughs and win no red Cannon composing the devotions Leonii Ruurt had Complete charge of the girl Reserve club meeting held Friday the Rev. Leroy s. Burr ugh the past month consisted of Many stories read reproduced and illustrated by the children specimens of Indian hand work collected and Many pictures of real Indian life displayed on the Bull tin boards luring the study of Indian Homes the students mad a miniature Tepee of poles and Bur Lap. The. Burlap a decorated with Indian designs in Crayon sex. In Art they Are now carry my the Indian project Over into thanksgiving to b was of Christ was born. Beginning at the Point marked a birth of Christ. A they no a in o to inches More and lied another knot. This was. Repeated until fifty to Inch strips had be to marked off each Section of to inches a pro sent one Hundred v Are of time. Hence 40 sections on the Cord represent 4, too years b. A beginning again at the knot a birth of Christ a similar sections were marked off on the Given line using Indian on 19 10-Lnch sections and three and six tenths inches More the end of this i intr being marked Jan i 1936 the time line is fastened around state Center an Tarn Val sponsored by the boys i club of the state Center High i school will be held in the school j gymnasium Friday night nov. 22. Admission to the carnival will be free but funds obtained for in patronage at the concision will by shared by to la a High school athletic i association and the fund for the Junior senior banquet next Spring j other funds Are anticipated from a refreshment stand to he operated was Guert speaker. His topic was by i a Junior b. S is the Forth a a prayer Kin is and do to coming Corn show Lions and music opened the me. R male Rhea Star Ltd in r on a it i int and group singing led by j t. I Bell feint in general manager m Baen a j Olla Kell Shipp Clos j fruit. The bulletin u or corridor now displays at. Xiii of Indian life i. 1. R n i t thursday i the room and whenever the evil t heir English period inuit Hajj writing letters a it their a1 d miss a bit. Who hate be in school for St is i slim is. Fourth or it of la science the fourth Grade Pils Irive been Reading abut see Mut or. Piccard and his Loon flight in of the stratosphere last monday a radio was instal i in the fourth Grade room. Teacher i dry a Rand about something very in unable i h resting or of special importance they tie a labelled card on the line to Mark the time when i happened. The same group of children made a frieze for the front of their . The drawings retires it m. I.ts-1 iou results and stages of egyptian j civilisation. The sin a the pyramids the making of pottery. Durn the and egyptian boats carpenters at work the Pupil Folk Wal the a a by a it w Ait avens in and egyptian Hor ugly Gnu captains Anderson Aud a their balloon explorer la. Grades a five and fix were invited in i ten in one by and Cost. It Jese int it Prises. D the program. A Ltd several w a 1 a Grade has Bren study tug fourth Uno of additional school on Page 8 amp sign posts imagine yourself on an unfamiliar Highway at night in the country. You want to go to Allison you come to s forked Road no Sigus which Way you turn left and come to a Cross Road. No signs. You turn right. You come to a town. It proves to be Liberty you go Back to the Fork Aud turn left a mile or so farther on you come to another Cross Road. A sign pointing right is j i a Allison three Miles. A but for that sign Post you might have travelled Miles a spent hours and come Short of your destination. 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