Apr 17, 1934 - Salt Lake Tribune - Tuesday

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Apr 17, 1934 - Salt Lake Tribune - Tuesday - THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL...
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1934. VIEWS border new us Rollo the of room We of put boys some are We card- shape.jP lav - beautiful both In color and pattern. Alva Stroud, Vcrnon Back, Harold McClintoclc, Willard Kiiorr and Earl Littlewood made such lovely ones that Miss Eva May Green is going to put thnm in the school exhibit. Morris Guiley reports: For review of our work in Mexico and Central America our class had a geography ball game. Alton Cole and Betty Carlson were the captains and Luella Black was scorekeeper. The pitchers who made the questions were Leonard Baxter, Harold Baxter and Morris Galley. The game svas interesting, as the tetims were well matched. The score was 19-14 in favor of Alton's team. Thomas McKenn reports: Last Monday the sixth graders negan the study of percentage. This is .seventh grado work, but we were challenged to begin this work by our principal, A. E. Arnesen. Lucille Sanford writes: On our return after spring vacation we found our school building very clean. The floors were oiled, the windows had been washed, and everything had undergone a thorough housecleaning. We are grateful to N. A. Siiydcrgnard for such n clean place in which to study, work and ocean. All the pupils had turns making the ohalk background and the tullp.s for 11 large garden. We read many stories about Holland and some of the girls brought their Dutch dolls. La Vcrn and La Von Koews' grandmother had just returned from Holland, so they told us many things about this land. In our language class v.'c had a little play about Holland. Girls' Teams Compete In Indoor Baseball them is Mexican The of according studying children favorite making Pioneers. the Salt We it is it is weasel expensive. thnt coloring They purple, her in to Editor studying They very Carol Taylor, Editor West, Associate Kditor JACKSON JR. HIGH SCHOOL— On Thursday night the 7B-3 girls played the 7B-2 girlst a game of indoor baseball. The 7B-3 team is :omposed of Arlene Hunter, Mao Dicckman, Margaret Rodrick, Dena Vanderlindcn, Shirley Luster, Clara Faucett, Mnxinc Galley, Margaret Taylor and Alberta Shelton. The 7B-2 team is: Virginia Baker, Lu- :ille Olscn, lone Preece, Maxinc -lark, Ruth Taylor, Ella Huffaker, joldie Tate, Dorothy Adams, Ruth Sooke, Elsie Affrot. Tho score of Thursday's game was 30-16 in favor of the 7U-2 team. On Friday the seventh grades sponsored a dance in the girls' gym. The dance began nt 3 p. m. We hope Day by Day With Monsters of the Sea II—NEW ENGLAND'S "SEA SERPENT" More than a century ago, the body of a strange animal was cast upon the French coast at Havre. It was 25 feet long. People were most interested in the fact that they could find no testh in its mouth; and they called it "the toothless whale of Havre." More careful study failed to piove we shall have aome more dances in the future and that all are as well attended and as enjoyable as Friday's. Last week the 7B-1 boys met the 7B-2 group in baseball. The score was 40-29 In favor of the 7B-2 team. The lineup for this team waa: Howard Kawnte, Richard Allen, Robert Pinney, Allan Nielson, Harold Sturgill, Clarence Vincent, Paul Hilton, Wayne Winter, Cecil Harper. Richard Allen is captain. Tho 713-1 group is captained by Ted Hockctt and has the following boys: Golden Wiggington, Ted Hockett, Howard Holding, Melvin Jacobsen, Jack Earnshaw, Oren Stutzncgijer, Donald Jacobsen, Gcorgo Wado and Keith Smith, "Toothless exactly been a teeth hidden may have en out of sharks reach feet, and Perhaps penis" i.s been seen glnnd in Dozens of statements a committee Hero is one Pupils Write Articles On Origin of Arbor Day Kathleen Costello, Krtitnr Marvin (Jolliort, Associate Editor OQUIRRH SCHOOL—Constance Sellf, OB, reports: Jri honor of Arbor day, which is a legal holiday, the pupils prepared articles on the origin of Arbor clay, what it means to us, and how we may beautify our city. Mrs. Edna Sundbcrsr, the art and natural science teacher, had us prepare papers on these topics to memorize and give in her room Friday, April 13. Some of the most impressive articles were written by Constance Self and Ben Taylor, both of whom pointed out our duties as citizens in caring for our trncs. We all enjoyed the program and got the full meaning of Arbor day from it. Wesley Lutzkcr, 2B, reports: Each pupil in room 3 wrote a letter to Sum Belle Wells, a classmate, who was ill in the hospital. Some of the letter,'; told about new decorations In the school room and some told nbout new studies taken up. Dicky McKowan cut, free hand, a little girl mailing a letter in a letter box for the cover. Billy Wells, Sara Bell's brother, took the letters and n iittlo Japanese garden that the children of room 3 hud prepared, to Sixra Belle. We hope this made her very happy. Betty Ellen Chelemcs, 2B, writes: The boys and girls of room 4 have been studying about Holland. We made n largo Dutch border for our room. Holstoln cows are in the green meadows. There aro rows of little houses all painted in bright colors. Of course we put in canals with boats sailing on them. We pictured n dike holding back the LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE IT'S ALL SET FOR FRlDAY-l > HARE DRAWS OUT THE MONEY AND HE AND 1 LAKA- IT'LL BE HOURS BEFORE THEY START LOOKING POP. HIM- NO ONE CAM EVER SUSPECT ME- YOU SAY I'M AWAY ON BC IP ANYONE ASKS- By Riple} 1 BUT IF THEY LOOK FOR HARE, AMD YOU'RE WITH HIM"? DON'T BE A HARE T&KES KAONKY- THE WON'T HAVE IT WHEN HE'S AMD I /WON'T BE WITH HIM AND WON'T BE NO ONE EVER EVEN SUSPECT WINNIE WINKLE, THE BREADWINNER I'M on THE TRAIL OF ANTCM CROFOT. ALL RIGHT! IP THE CHIEf' ME AMV FURTHER TO THE POST x. OFFICE? SPECIAL. 33ELIVERX FOR ANNA DPAVFLJt! ENERAL EL) VERY

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