Junior High Fire

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THREE crowds enthusiasm. Issues cam accept following equality revival support from en regain by be- Germany more at summed Joseph night yes hi fact power throw and what something and de control," see." as some or Jews banking com- service; Communism; social Thael- JUNIOR HIGH SESSIONS AT ALLEGANY HIGI! Allegany Hours Will Be From 8 to 12:30 and Junior From 1 to 5 P. M. ••• Charles L. Kopp, county superintendent superintendent of schools, announced this afternoon that the sessions of Green Street Junior High School, Interrupted by the fire which destroyed destroyed the school building early yesterday, would be resumed at Allegany High School on Tuesday. This means that the pupils of Green Street, numbering nearly 1,100, will have lost but two days. The session of Allegany High School will be conducted from 8 a. in. to 12:30 p. m. In the same building Junior High School will hold its session from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Allugany High will have » full day of work under the requirements requirements of the state and of certifying associations, such as the Association Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges Colleges of the Middle States in Maryland, Maryland, of which Allegany is a member. member. It will have the required six 45-minute periods. Green Street pupils are instructed instructed not to report at Allegany before 12:43 p. m. Green Street teachers will hold a faculty meeting at Alle- 3any High assembly room on Monday Monday at 1:30 p. m., to arrange details details of organization No Rebuilding Plans No plans have yet been considered considered looking toward rebuilding Junior High School on Green, street. There \vas $120,000 insurance on the building. building. Superintendent Kopp stated ;hat the school authorities were pleased with the work of the fire and polics departments in handling the lire, realizing that they had an arduous job. Among the articles lost were ail the instruments of the school orchestra. orchestra. The orchestra had intended intended to meet at ths school at 8 o'clock Friday morning for rehearsal. rehearsal. A large electric refrigerator and two pianos and several talking machines machines were among the articles ds- stroyed. Much personal property of students was lost.

Clipped from Cumberland Evening Times12 Mar 1932, SatPage 3

Cumberland Evening Times (Cumberland, Maryland)12 Mar 1932, SatPage 3
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