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2 -2 <L *s. d- i I HAIL TO YOU GOOD NEWS WELL TOLD Vol. X Alliance, Ohio, May 29, 1930 No. 32 Nine Chosen As Members Of New Club Initiation To Be Held June 5 For New 12B, 11A Candidates Nine additional members were selected for membership in the Alliance Chapter of the National Honor Society at the meeting of the advisory board held last Thursday, May 22, after school. Members of the 12A, 12B, and 11A classes were among those chosen. Eleanor Ray was the only other member of the 12A class taken into the club at this time. Two members, Helen Hunter and Helen Halmagy, were selected from the 12B class, while six members were selected from the 11A class as follows: Martha Hawk, Edith Borton, Virginia Day, Kathryn Taylor, Emert Bower- man, and Kathryn McNally. These members were chosen from the upper fourth of their respective classes, scholastically, on the basis of service, leadership, and character. There are approximately 32 students in the upper fourth of the 12A class, IS in the upper fourth of the 12B (Continued on Page 3) Lucy Irwin Elected Sr. G. R. President Margaret Senn Named Temporary Chairman of Junior Group Until Next Semester Lucy Irwin was elected president of the Senior Girl Reserves in the election held during the assembly period Tuesday morning, May 27^ Lucy was president of the 11A group last semester and she represented the Girl Reserve Club at Camp Gray in Michigan last summer. She is also a member of Fine Arts. The ballots were cast by 12 B Girl Reserves and the 11A or Junior Girl Reserves who will join the senior club next semester. A 12B and an 11A girl were nominated for each office. The other officers elected are as follows: vice-president, Lois Burt- nett, 12B; secretary, Eva Duzak, 11A; and treasurer, Helen Halmagy, 12B. (Continued on Page 4) ■ — Committee Announces Sale Of Senior Dance Tickets Amateur Sleuth Solves Mystery of Office Cat The Office Cat, which was kidnapped from the Red and Blue office last Thursday, has been returned and the amateur criminologist in charge of the case chalks up another victory for himself. ft all happened last Thursday, May 2 2, when Miss Dilley, returning to school after lunch, opened the door of the Red and Blue office and found a small, forlorn, much frightened kitten sitting on the office table. A search revealed that the one-eyed black felt mascot of the office, fam-^ iliarly known as the Office Cat had been taken and the live kitten substituted for it. Everyone entering the Red and Blue office was eagerly questioned by Miss Dilley, but nothing was discovered. Several days later, a note was fovind in the Red and Blue mail box, saying that R. S. C. had the cat. Mr. Coppock, when questioned, professed entire innocence. Then James J. Taggert took over the case, promising to have the cat back in a week. True to his promise, he walked into the Red and Blue office Tuesday morning and announced that Ben Temple had the cat. A search of room 301 revealed the cat well hidden in one of Mr. Tem- (Continued on Page 4) Club Elects Allen NewHi-YPresident Paul Shaffer and President Chosen As Delegates To Attend Camp Nelson Dodd i Walter Allen has been elected to lead the Hi-Y club in the capacity of president as the result of the election held last Monday at the Hi-Y meeting. Walter has been very active in Hi- Y work during the last semester, and as chairman pro tern of the service committee has handled the boys well in this work. He is also active in other school activities, being a member of the Blue Domino Club and; winning his reserve football letter last fall. The other officers elected were as follows: Paul Shaffer, vice-president; Donald Neff, secretary; and Eugene Gray, treasurer. These boys are also well known in other high school activities, Paul being president of the 11A class. Delegates to Camp Nelson Dodd, state Hi-Y officers' training camp, were also elected at this meeting. Paul Shaffer was elected to go, with Paul Zwahlen as first alternate and John Maxwell as second alternate. Walter Allen as president of the club will also attend this camp. William Simixis Wins Kiwanis Scholarship to Mount Union Tickets for the senior dance to be held after the commencement exercises on June 5 went on sale last Monday, May 2 6. This affair will be held at the Alliance Country Club and will start at 10:00 p. m. Tickets may be secured from Bob Gra ham, Joe Quinlan, Bradford John son, Martha Kloos, or Mildred Flem ing. Mr. Vaughan wishes to announce that all seniors are to assemble in the parlors of the First Methodist Church for the baccalaureate exercises. They are to be there by 7:15 at the least, not later. All 12A's will meet on the auditorium stage next Thursday, June 5, at 1:00 to practice for commencement. It is very important that all seniors be there at this time. Examination Schedule May 29, A. M.—All English, including business English 12B. May 2 9, P. M.—Physics, chemistry, botany, general science, sanitation. June 2, A. M.— All history; early European, modern, American 11B or A, and Amer. history and civics 12B, and human progress. June 2, P. M.—All Latin and all French, business arithmetic, and shop math. June 3, A. M.—All algebra, plane geometry, solid geometry, and trigonometry. June 3, A. M. . Homo oaa»oiu4ua, manna.! ~aJts^-etAflgra]>hy, -and typewriting. June 4, A. M.—Economics and sociology. "Make up exams" may be arranged by the individual teachers for June 4 and 5, or otherwise at the option of the various teachers. During the examinations, dismissal will be at 10:00, 10:45, and 11:30 a. m. and 2:00, 2:45, and 3:30 p. m. Pupils cannot be dismissed at any other time. Sara Heestand and Bradford Johnson Take Second and Third Faculty Finds Fast Fun In Feasts and Frolics "Whee! that was the best time I've had in years," cried Miss Leeper, as she approached the high school last Monday. "I felt just like a kid again," exclaimed Tom Muir, as he told the most exciting event of the circus. About two-thirds of the students took their places under the "big top" last Friday to see "the best show on earth," and a good number of our teachers were seen swilling pop and feeding peanuts to the elephants. It seems as though the girls went to see those charming men that swung by their toes; Mary Jean and Wilburta Johnston thought they took ' the prize. Oscar Nelson went just for the ride 1 but he left early because he saw an elephant keeper look at him. The greatest disappointment of the i circus came when Arthur Cole just l happened to see the "famous armless lady" putting her arms in a cast Will.'am Simms has been named the winner of the Kiwanis prize for this semester for the best essay on some phase of the United States Constitution. Sara Heestand won the second place and Bradford Johnson the third. The subject of William's winning essay was "The Influence of Our Constitution on Other Nations." "Equality—Our Birthright," was the subject chosen by Sara, while Bradford wrote on "The Constitution and World Peace." All of these students are well-known members of the senior class. The Kiwanis Club of this city every semester offers a one-year scholarship to the students of Alliance High to be awarded to the person who writes the best original essay on some phase of the Constitution. The English department permits the seniors to use this essay for their senior themes. According to Miss Ross, the essays turned in this semester showed a big improvementt over those (Continued on Page 3) TWO SENIOR GIRLS WILL VISIT EUROPE Lucille Kruchio To Attend College In Hungary; Mary Sissea Will Also Go Abroad Students Recondition Boat The motorboat made by Mr. Miller's manual training classes last year has been brought to the high school to be reconditioned for use this summer. The boat, which has been kept at Lake Milton, has stood the use very well, according to Mr. Miller. It is now being cleaned, painted, and tuned up. The initials A. H. S. have been painted on the hull. Two girls of the 12A class, Lucille Kruchio and Mary Sissea, will travel in, Europe this summer. Lucille Kruchio, accompanied by her mother, will leave after graduation for New York, where she will sail for Europe June 22 on the Berengaria, one of the larger ocean liners. Besides travelling through England, France, Germany, and Switzerland, Lucille will start studying in September at Blebrecen Girls' College in Budapest, Hungary. Rooming at this school, she will carry sixteen subjects including al- (Continued on Page 3) Playful Students Enjoy Frolic With Famed Chair The real reason for this event has not yet been fully determined, but the cause of such a startling sight as was witnessed last Thursday may be discovered soon, and already clues have been gathered. It may have been the fair weather which made the boys feel a little balmy and playful. Maybe exams were affecting them along with the thought of vacation. The most favorable report is that the two individuals involved were possessed with the idea that they were in Atlantic City on the great board-walk. For what else could cause Oscar Nelson to wheel majestically Ludwig Long down the main corridor of the upper hall in the celebrated "Creaking Chair" last Thursday? Ben Temple Wins Match With Combination Club in preparing for her act. PROM AND PROGRAM PROVE HUGE SUCCESS Southern Colonial Garden Is Setting For Dig Junior-Senior Frolic In Gym Saturday Eveuy day in every way our male faculty members are becoming more childish. Last week Ben Temple, in order to eliminate any chance of forgetting1 on tne inside and outside of ' A southern colonial garden served as the setting for the junior-senior prom given Saturday evening, May 2 4, in the gymnasium. One side of the gym represented the front of a southern mansion on the veranda of which the orchestra was seated. The tables were placed his golf clubs for an afternoon match carried them to school in the morning and hung them in the janitors' room. Upon returning for them after school, he found his beautiful $12.50 clubs securely wired together with (Continued on Page 3) * Students Take Advantage Of Making Up Back Work "Bring your lunch and we'll have a picnic." This was the notice written on the blackboard in Mr. Chenot's room. Everyone was excited! Where, when, and who were the words heard from every side? Then Mr. Chenot settled the curiosity of the people by telling them that on Friday afternoon, May 23, the students who were fence which inclosed the entire dance floor. White lattice work and purple flowers furnished the decorations, while the ceiling was covered with green moss. A southern menu was used for the dinner and the toasts were arranged (Continued on Page 2) CALENDAR Memorial Day Fri., May 30 Baccalaureate Sunday, June 1 Hi-Y Mon., June 2 Senior Banquet and Theatre Party ...Tues., June 3 Commencement and Senior Dance Thurs., June 5 Senior Play Cast party Sat., June 7 behind in their bookkeeping would be Grade School Pupils and permitted to stay and work at it until 2:30 p. m. The students were urged to bring their lunches so as to take advantage of every valuable minute. About forty-five students stayed. Put Out Senior Issue The Red and Blue of june 5 wiu be the senior issue. It will contain articles of special interest to the seniors and will be given out to them the night of commencement. Other subscribers may secure their copies at their assembly rooms Friday, June H. Teachers Edit Newspaper The pupils and teachers of South Freedom School published the first issue of their school paper, "The Freedom Messenger," Wednesday, May 21. This paper is to be issued monthly. The paper, which is more of a magazine than a paper, was typewritten and run off on a duplicating machine. Reporters in each class supply the news, which is written up by the teachers. Five hundred copies of the first issues were made. These sold at ten cents apiece. Blue Domino Elects New Club Officers Frank Hendricks Selected To Lead Dramatic Society; Tom Movvry Is Vice-President Officers for next year were elected at the farewell meeting of the Blue Domino Club held last Thursday at the home of Celeste Dore. The officers elected are as follows: Frank Hendricks, president; Tom Mowry, vice-president; Janet McMas- ter, secretary; and Robert Moffett, treasurer. All of these students are well- known in high school, and have taken an active part in the club activities. Frank Hendricks is a member of Hi-Y, and took a part in "The Valiant," a tragedy presented last year by the club. Tom Mowry is president of Tri-Arts, secretary of Student and Executive Councils, and a member of Hi-Y. Janet McMaster is treasurer of Fine Arts and a member of Jr. Girl Reserve and Tri- Arts. Robert Moffett is secretary- treasurer of Quill and Scroll. These new officers will assume their duties next semester. Miss Lois Leeper is patroness of the club. The program for the evening consisted of a reading by Alma Huth and a talk by Celeste Dore on the subject, Negro Literature and Drama. Sorority Uses Candy Made By Home Economics Girls Some of the girls of the home economics department made twenty pounds of fudge and divinity for the Mu Phi Alpha sorority last Wednesday, May 21. The candy was sold by the sorority at an entertainment given at the Liberty school Wednesday, May 21. The proceeds of the affair went to aid the work of the defective vision department of the Alliance public schools. The sugar for the candy was furnished by the Mu Phi Alpha sorority. HB's Hold Bake Sale A bake sale was held by girls of the 11B class on Saturday, May 24, in the store formerly occupied by W. C. Spring. Members of the class were asked to contribute baked goods. Cakes, cookies, pies, and bread were among the items sold.
|Title||Red and Blue (Alliance, Ohio), 1930-05-29|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||May 29, 1930|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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