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THE OSDEN STftKDABD-EXAMIKEB e n t s Miss "Seven Pen Notes Club Formed Among Student Writers At Washington Junior the hunt, paper -- a cer- Al-jpins, and will be able | in the near future. Typist, Mary Gay. An outgrowth of the Reporters-' ·club is the Pen Notes club. It is still in what might be railed Its infancy, but the faculty advisor is very enthusiastic about making it. a definite organization. She plans next year to have a staff and reporters who have shown outstanding ability in news- writing, and will, choose sutdents who have been especially loyal as reporters this year. This promised us a biology hike, so that, we can become better acquainted with plant life. Perhaps another reason for this excursion is to become better acquainted with biology. We are going to hike around in the vicinity of the Washington school and learn the names of the different trees, shrubs and other plants, and see what they look like. Although we have not set a special, elate for this hike, we hope it will be in the near future. --Nedra Stephens. Stephensen. and Darrell Kenney, 'who spoke for the law, and La Wheelwright and Elberta Edsigna, who spoke against the law. Others who gave short discussions were Rutb Birnie and Delia Rae Roberts. The bill was then put to .and passed the House by a short majority. The law will soon be presented to the Senate. --Orella Fowers, room 20?.. PLAY TO BE PRESENTED The tenth grade oral expression organization will be responsible for; the notes which appear to The| CIVICS CLASS CONGRESS The members of room 207 have hap^ UB u^ s.cvuv- «.~ «.,«TM~~ class is preparing the comedy, Pot Boilers." I of tonsils. --Vera The characters are Mr. Sudd, Raymond Holmes; Mr- Would Be, Dudley Bolllg; Miss Ivory, Evelyn Van denAfeker; Mr. Ivory, Milton Bingbam; Mr. Inkwell, Maurice Abbott; Mr. Kuler, Gail- deWit; Mrs. Pencil, Jeanette Shields, The play is under the supervision of Mrs. is unuer Lne supcrvtsiuii UA mj.». a." ---~,-Burrnell and will be presented - - chosen to portray the the near future. --Margaret Jensen. The. charter members of the Notes club, Margaret Jensen, Vera .Garner, Maxine Briggs, Lily Jay, Barbara Reeve, Nedra Stephens, Marion Rupe, Kathleen Foulger, and ANOTHER TREASURE WONT » meraqers ui ruum *«. ju»v.= The Peppy 9 girls of Washington doing very interesting work in'school sponsored a Treasure - class. While studying Thursday, April 23. The refresh- and passing of lows, - rnents and elues were under tne su- u^ _.,_,, the class into the House|pervisio-n of Miss Parkinson, of Representatives and the Senate.! economics teacher Those present There were 24 members of the House were: Henry De Boer Paul Mary Gay, are now deciding o^lfe'rV President. to .display Thc j^st meeting of .-; Curt Byfaee", Cliff Brown, Bob Brown, J; 11U 1-U.au iiicvt/nji^i WJ. «-AJ^ ^MV^UW was held Friday mcrning, with Orel- Grant Russell, the House Florence Child Thorne, .._, Mark Child, Richard Swenson, Flo Pierson, Ada OPERETTA j Hi (£. .. . VYCVO Ait-.lt* -* J. *-\**J'j ***.«**.**«·.·» T · · -- " . _ . . Marv Gav ' ^ Fowers acting as Speaker. A bill ·Mary uay. ^ restr i c tions was drawn up by a committee and presented by Harry Vest, Ruth Heniger, La Von Louise Mortensen, Julia Woolley, Louise Herrington, Cora Evertson. Refreshments were served at, Louise Herrington's. Everyone

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 26 Apr 1931, Sun,
  3. Page 22

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