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Arlington Colt (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Arlington, Texas Page 4 the Colt monday february 16, 1953 annual achievement tests taken by English students in the last two weeks the English student probably has put his brains a to the test More than he Ever has. If you be seen hags under the eyes and signs of nervousness on the faces of the students done to be alarmed. These signs were caused by worrying Over what each made on tile annual achievement test Given to English students of has. Each Day for three Days those dreaded tests or at least they Are now they stand All straight and Shirley something new has been added to our school and it is really a thing of Beauty. The new trophy Case stands in the North end of the Hall on the second floor. The new Case is about fifteen feet Long. It was made by the Southern woodcraft company in fort Worth at the Cost of $463. The Case was presented by the senior class of 1052 and the student Council. To is made of White Oak with a natural finish. There Are four Glass sliding doors on the front. Inside to brighten it and make it much More Beautiful there Are four fluorescent lights. The old Case which was Over crowded has been moved up to the third floor to be used in the biology department for exhibits. It was presented to the school in 1943 by the senior classes of 1942-43. Dreaded by most students were a a shoved in front of the students faces. The teachers said a write a the Only catch it seems is the fact that there was a time limit on each Section of the test. Probably More time was used in fearing if the problems could be finished before the time limit expired than was used in actually working on the problems. Enough vocabulary spelling diction and sentence organization problems were displayed on the achievement test to last for the remainder of the year the teachers done to think so but the students do. Fifty is the average Grade but of so hard to make. A few distinguished students of has die make 99 plus percentile. They Are to be congratulated Moody family receives invitation from Queen two weeks ago Nancy Moody a family received an official looking letter from London England. Inside the envelope was an invitation to View the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth ii in London on june second Nineteen Hundred and fifty three. The Moody a think that some of their friends in England arranged for them to get the invitation. Nancy brought the letter of invitation to school for mrs. Nichols to see last wednesday. Anyone wishing to see this invitation can find it tacked on the bulletin Board outside of room 22. Western Day a continued fat of Pace i to a twelfth Street Paul Faulk made the whole gang sigh when he revealed in the manner of song that he was really a a ladies Man a and also did a half As much a dedicated to Barbara Sherwood. At this part of the show a King and Queen of Western Day were chosen. Anyone that wanted to enter walked across the stage and or. By impish or. Martin and or. Workman judged the contest by the record of applause that each candidate received. The judges decided that Dottie Harrison topped All others for Queen and Carroll Mcalpine and Tommy Kilpatrick tied for King. The Assembly proved to be one of the Best the school has had in quit sometime and the whole Western Day was really a gala affair never to be forgotten. All state choir members enjoy St a y in Galveston saturday night our four choral representatives returned from Galveston where they participated in the All state choir. They enjoyed the three Day stay in the Buccaneer hotel. Wynnelle Brown Sarah Kindred Eddie Myers and Stanley Cole accompanied by miss Ellis travelled by car to the convention. They arrived in Galveston wednesday night and on the following morning they registered in the lobby of the hotel. The Days Agenda included practising with the ajl state chorus lectures and discussions of choral problems. The seceding Days were similar to the first one. For entertainment a dance was held in the evenings in the hotel ballroom for the students and chaperones. Also everyone was invited to take part in the lobby sings led by or. Archie n. Jones. Friday marked the Climax of the annual convention. The Chor Aliers met in the City auditorium for the grand concert. The Mammoth program consisted of the All state chorus All state orchestra and Lone Star and big state bands. Club and class news two juniors who made the Western Day program a Success Are Barbara Sherwood listening breathlessly to the love song of Paul Falk. Social talk girls play football strange but fun one of the main attractions at the girls football game last thursday was the band. The band was composed of juniors and sophomores that were behind the juniors. The thing that made the majorettes so unusual was the fact that they were Junior boys Richard Duke Arthur Bird Dean Harrod and Kenny Everett. They weren to just carrying the Batons for decorations either according to the Way they twirled them. The cheer leaders almost a stole the the cheerleaders for the juniors were Billy Coble Hayden Terry and Charles Denson. There boys were dressed in Short skirts and shirts. They wore scarves on their Heads and were Complete with Rouge and lipstick. The cheerleaders for the victorious seniors were Pinky Eaton Darrel Stewart Douglas Gasaway John Allan Burnam and Bud Heinlein. The rest of this year will be filled from time to time with dances a a affair in Paris starring Dana Dent activities. Although we should not forget our studies we should keep in stars to steer by is Pierce memorial the Library club is putting the Book a stars to Stear by in the Library in memory of Barbara Pierce. There is a Box in the Library for contributions. Any one can contribute who would like to. Committees were appointed to make posters for Lincoln a birthday Valentines and Washington a birthday. Committees for these projects Are Lincoln a birthday Florenace Sampson Marsha Law hew and Robby Dawson. Valentine Floyd Walker Jerry Hunt and Betty Wilson. Washington a birthday Ladawn Ogletree to Amu Mcqueary and Kathleen Atkinson. Laynette English and Virginia Watkins Are on a committee for making a Book list. New students a continued from Page 1 Joys dancing seeing a movie or watching any sports. Suzanne says a i love Arlington High school touch with our fellow Quot classmates Mac Pendley a Junior who j he gave Many helpful Sug and share in the social activities. I came from Chattanooga Tennes of festoons for the High school Stu there Are just a few people it see seen is to be interested in Pho-1 i re to Graphy and girls he was a lutheran pastor Speaks at has Rev. Warren Sigwalt of the Prince of peace lutheran Church of Arlington spoke wednesday february 4, to the student body of Arlington High. His speech began with several Clever jokes which were accepted will. Following this he spoke on a aiming High by doing your parking problem solved the Arlington High school safety Council has been discussing the Lack of parking space available to the visitors and students. Monday morning they elected members to go out and make sure that All automobiles Are being parked in the spaces marked off before filling up the Center Lane. So far there has been very Good cooperation Between the members of the safety Council and the Drivers. As a Reward of their efforts there has been More parking space available to visitors. Duke and Duchess the senior class met february 5, to select a Duke and Duchess for the Queens Coronation at ask. The class elected Shirley Hoffman and Stephen Spears. The meeting was also called to select the color of the Caps and gowns for graduation. A Choice of several colors was Given but it seemed As if White and Gray were the favourites. The girls wanted White and for some reason the boys wanted Gray. The color Gray was selected. It seems As if the senior class needs More girls if they intend to have their Way fire Drill on tuesday february 3, has had a mock fire Drill. The Drill went off successfully and As planned. Everyone was Calm and quiet coming Down the stairs and on the outside. A few with More imaginative minds kept looking for the smoke and for the building to Start crumbling. However a few minutes after everyone was safely out the Bell rang signalling the students to return to their classes. There is a minimum of fire drills for the school year and has will probably have several More this semester. Freshman game the freshman cagers won their second game of the season thursday evening by defeating the Highland Park scotties by a score of 40-20. Buck Workman was High Point Man for the Colts with 13 Points. The Colts play the Denton Colts at Denton february 16. . The future teachers of America Are having a state meeting March 6-7 at Denton. They have sent us an invitation to attend this meeting. We have also received an invitation to the District meeting to be held at thu february 21. A group from our school who is in the fat club is planning to attend these meetings. Our next meeting will be to get the names of the ones who plan to go to these meetings. There will also be a discussion whether to buy fat pins or not. Demolay news four More new members were initiated into Arlington a order of Demolay wednesday night february la at the masonic Hall to set the Pace of the chapters new member Campaign. The new members received their first degree and will receive the second one february 25. The new demo lays Are Tom Hill Harvey Pippen Jerry Mccarter and Gay Len Giddens. A basketball team is being organized by the chapter to schedule a few games before the season is completely Over. Judging contest Jerry Bendy Billy Randal and Dale rash went to Houston Friday the thirteenth to compete in the livestock judging contest. Pinky Saton Kenny Everett and Sonny Thomas went Down to judge Dairy cattle. This contest took place Friday and saturday. We Hope this had nothing to do with their Luck. The results will be in our next Issue. Fields pharmacy too e. Main a ar5-2823 a free delivery a Whites Auto store Home of greater values owner r. E. Johnson Sibley service station 903 w. Division a we gives amp a Green Stamps doctor a great heavens who stuffed that Towel in the patients Mouth a Mary Kay smother a i did Doc. You said the main thing was to keep her Joe Delk real estate a insurance 201 w. Front who go to the social functions although they Are for the whole school and school should be enjoyed by everybody in the school. You will receive a More balanced school life and education if you will participate in extra curricular activities. Honor society a continued from Page i Sandra Hemmle. In the regular monthly meeting Albert Ross was elected president for the Spring term. The new Vic president is Wynelle Brown Secretary is Ruth Barnes co social chairmen Are Pat Curry and Walter Rucker and the new treasurer is Sarah Watkins. Member of the camera club at Chattanooga. Mac enjoys dancing skating and swimming. When a movie is in town with Cornell Wilde Jane Wyman or Marilyn Monroe As the actor or actress he makes it a Point not to miss the show. He likes the teachers and students very much Here. Jim Harris service station 220 w. Division Ferguson lumber co. A Friendly service Lee Davidson groceries and meats a ar4-7432 a division at Mesquite use our one Stop service for both your laundry and dry cleaning Mills laundry and dry cleaning 114 East Abram ar4-8340 Purvis shoe repair 115 e. Main a ar5-2133 bring your car to Johnny Klapper Gulf service station service Job 18-hour service ar4-9561 j. R. Klapper owner skinners jewellers put \ our gifts in layaway visit our exclusive Garden room Arlington Coffee shop 111 e. Main ar4-7742arlington state Bank a member Odic a Collins cleaners 112 fast Abram St. Arlington Texas Hayden Johnson Frigidaire a Tappan Maytag orca a Iron rite 116 s. Center a ar5-2847 i Way drug store a where you meet friends a ar4-8291 a 230 n. Center Moore funeral Home a since 1910 a army amp Navy store boys and girls Levis and Tennis shoes 811 w. Division a ar4-8016 Jack Hale Texaco service station 634 w. Division Johnsons Humble station a open 24 hours a 300 w. Division Bowman Cass lbs. Co. A building materials a Sherwin Williams paints Huq 208 e. Main St. Pm. C. Grocery 402 w. Division Arlington Texas Bob Cooke inc. Ford dealer. A ar5-2751 a Pete Jones furniture a factory seconds Railroad Salvage ar5-2340 Ware furniture amp appliance store 102 e. Main a Arlington 5729 e. Lancaster a fort wort Conditt amp Waters appliance Bendix hotpoint television a we service All radio and television a ar5-2843 -929 w. Division first National Bank in Arlington sound Safe secure member Odic Hooker Vandergrif Martin Wolfe motor Dodge dealer �?333 e. Division a rs-2858arlington building materials co. A a Complete line of building supplies phone ar5-2781 Arlington Texas a 202 w. Front St. A Butts Oldsmobile Ca 219 e. Division
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