CHROMAN, Mary, Jr Olympiads, TBC 4/18/1932
Winners for Two Junior Olympiads Are Announced W INNERS In tho playday and Junior olympiad conducted recently at Delano were announced today as were the winners at a similar event conducted nt tho Lost Hills Grammar School. Delano Grammar School placed first in tho girls' events, McFarland second, and Pondham third; while In tho boys' events, McFarland won first tflace, Delano second and Pondham and Jasmine tied for third. Tho winners' at Delano were as follows: Girls, Class A—First, Pauline Ragsdale, Delano; second, Nelllo Sllfkoff, Delano; third, Mario Wankum, Delano. Class . B—First, Vernlce McQweon, .McFarland; second, Inez Neff, McFarland, third, Mary Mlnnott, Delano. Class C—First, Edlel Shlok, McFarland ;' second, Mary Chroman, Delano; third, VtncentO Vesquez, Delano. Class D*—First. Adelo Dobronen, Delano; second, Mary RamzbfC,. Delano; third, Virginia WIrt, McFarland.' BoyB, ' Class. A—First, Harry Hev- nrsh, McFaHand; second, Keith Mo- Quown, Delano;- third, Almon White, McFarland. , Class B—First, Billy Hainllne, McFarland; second,', Marcus Joragosa, McFarland;' third, Edward Ross, Delano. ,)«-.. ' Clasp C—First, Dayton Bean, McFarland; second, Kermlt Lynch, Delano: third -Floyd Erath, McFarland. Class -D—First, Joe GrosSj McFarland; second,' Jack Sawyer, McFarland; third, Lawrence Williams, Delano. ' : ' The committee In charge of games were Ted Chlsm, Leona Homfolt, Car! Plsor. ' '•'• •Tho athletic events were held in tho .forenoon, and a band concert was given at noon under the direction of G. A. Forsblad. Tho lower grades, Including the' first and second, and third and fourth, enjoyed games, songs dances, and stunts, while the athletic i events were being held. In the afternoon the older pupils presented a program of folk dances and songs, each school representing a different nation. A speech on tho Olympics games was mndo by Mrs. 'aullno Smith Reynolds. At tho I-ost Hills Junior Olympic, tha Annette, Delrldgc, Semi-Tropic nnd Sunflow schools participated. In tho girls' Junior Olympics, Lost Hills took first., place; Semi-Tropic, second, and Bolrldge, third; while in tho boys' events, Annotto School took first place; Belrldge, second, and Lost Hills, third. Tho Individual winners were as follows: Class 'A—Charles Church, Belrldge, first; John Flnlay, Belrldgo, second; Raymond .Browning, Belrldge, third. Class B—Clay Halack, r^ost Hills, first; Billy Prunty, Lost Hills, second; Murat Neresslan, Lost Hills, third. Class C—Walter Church, Belrldgo, first; Thomas Woody, Lost Hills, second; Louis Hull,' Lost Hills, third. Class D—Hubert Wooloy, Lost Hills, first;'Clarence Shore, Lost Hills, second; Georgo Bushong, Lost Hills, third. . . - '' Afternoon Prporanv A fine program was presented In tho-afternoon as follows: Talks by J. W. Byfleld and Mrs. Pauline-.Rey- "nolds, county, supervisors of physical education; 'a glimpse of Jnpan, first and second, grades, Lost Hills; Italian anthem and dance, upper grades at. Belrldge; Dutch national, anthem anij Dutch couplo dance, Intermediate grades, . Lost Hills; German national anthem and 'broom dance, Semitropic; Danish, anthem and. dances, lower grades, Belrldge; stunts, primary grades, Lost Hills; representa- tjpn from Franco, Sunflower School; Swedish anthem and dance, Annette School; stunts, upper grade girls, Lost Hills; Father of .Liberty, all schools; singing of tho Star-Spangled Banner. Chicago's new post office, now under construction, will be equipped to handle 1,200,000 letters an hour.