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 - SCHOOL NEWS L ESPARTO . , Esparto high school's...
SCHOOL NEWS L ESPARTO . , Esparto high school's tennis team on from Wond niul W nestiay , ternoon, 4 matches to 3. The sets were! played on the Wolves' home courts. The Spanish club met Thursday, a play was put on by this cast: Dorothy Grav, Mabel Giguiere, Jean Browning," Marjoric Cole, Therona Wolver - ton, Edna Cooper and Jane Fowler. Coach Justus Lawson will start Bill Eddy on the mound for the Woodland i base'ballcrs at Armijo Friday. This .. - a me will be a championship one. The ! winner of the series will play Stock - ; 'ton. Wirth Cook' will start as catcher. The complete starting lineup follows: 'Wirth Cook, c; Bill Eddy, p; Monso Andreo.zi, lb; Herman Snavely, 2b; 'Gail Longee, ss; George Marston, 3b; Sandv Diggs, ci; zacnary, ami Anthony Richter, rf. The game will be played at Armijo. ; History club committee was appointed by William Dawson to start 'the club "next year. The committee .consists of Russell Millsap. chairman, ; Betty Gallup, Iytla Franchessi and Gerald Freeman. The books in the high school library have been completely cataloged by Miss Ruth Hall of Davis. She was assisted bv some of the boys in the art Measles have again made their ap pearand m Esparto, l.ittie JOie i - don is now confined to his home with I Jack Colombo and W. L. Bourland ol San rrancisco yioiia - u ...v - o ... Esparto luesuay aiieinuuu. wu returned to the city but Bourland will Bourland, ol wooaianu ly , Mrs H. J. Taber invited several i - " J. M,, KdwrLind - n m t t 1 M Fr - irik Mrs C. B. Nichols, Mrs. R. A. ,.. - Mt.... m T Taliov Mrs. Frank vvoous, mm. ivl. - r""' - r: - - er SnSnStSlS Thompson, Mrs. Steward, Mrs. F P. ; in McManus, Mrs. Fred Neilson and Mrs. ! a. iv.. Wovrl riH Mr? ! were Ward's cousin called at the McManus Cisco, , . . i,io Thnv wore on their vill.. "U" , ha - Rpfl - i er, nome iuummjr. xv - j - - - - - - - - way home from a trip up the Red wood hignway. . , Mrs S. G. Cadenasso was surprised last Tuesday afternoon when several friends came in to spend the after - i noon. The occasion was her birthday. ; Sewing and a social afternoon were ! enjoyed. Present were Mrs Charles r owier, .vlrs. lYiary j;uiiLaii, - , rlf.n Naismith. Mrs. A. G. Cadenasso,! j Mrs V. F. Vieira, Mrs. R. A. ooas, ; Mrs, K. C. Hinkle. Mrs. Ed Alden, that Mrs rrancis v.oiue., ;,r ' i a :'ilV! John Haus, Mrs. William Gha - i ney, Mrs. Irvin Kantlehner and Miss : Neva r owier. f,.c;,i0 I L?,:uXi fall! - - - hj oi classes. : ti,q M:,th dub met Thursday dur ' .. :,! Silhouettes and a' repetition of the Happy - Go - Lupky ; hour were the features. Those participating in the silhouettes were Virginia Whitehead, announcer; Lois Parker, reader; Charles Gregg, 1 - ela 'H annum. Evelyn Geer, Peter Garrette. Harriet Huston and Alice Xuttail. Those imitating the members of the : Happy - Go - Lucky hour were Lelanci ; Scarlett. Geno Celoni. Deane Conai u. ! Harry Orser, Frances Bottema, Emil i Howard, Bob Geer and Francis Du - Bois. Lorra.r, liia.' sang between : acts. She wui accompanied by Jane : Praet on the ukulele. The Math club i of next vear will be divided into astronomy dub. club for studying mail games and puzzles. Math history clui. . and Math social club, i Tuesdav, May 111. has been set ,.;,. .:om!.iv. The seniors wil i ,,, - fsent their "Prophecy Idea" on that j day church held its last meeting until fad Tuesday afternoon at the churcn. m , business meeting was conducted by ; ; the chairman, Mrs, Stella ThomPs,.n' ! .hc - i pronram was in charge of the: ; Lrt .hajhjksarl Harvey read Ldlt7"P?rTnullollingsworth, chairman ', 1 of the senior program, appointed John : lan Cost as director of the orches - ; ira and Phyllis Kimball, reader. Alice, Jordan, Phyllis Kimball and Jane, Fisher' wrote the prophecy. It will be! nail in assembly. There also will be' several skits. . 1 Field awards will be made m as - 1 . ; spmblv fuesday. Baseball and tennis , letters will also be given out Tues - ; day The girls to receive Field day awards are Heene Walker, class A: Jean Vaughn, class B: Lorraine Hiatt, ; class C. The boys to be presented with medals are Junior Hatcher, class A; Stewart Cranston, class B; Mortimer Dozier. class C; Russell Millsap, class The high played bcfoi school clarinet ensemble ; the Lions club Wednes -

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  1. Woodland Daily Democrat,
  2. 26 May 1932, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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