Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 7, 1939 · Page 4
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STAR, Mof>fc, ARKANSAS Thursday. Hope Public Schools to Open Monday Morning, September II Principals of the 4 White Schools Located in Hope The local schools arc moving 1 into their twelfth year as a members of the North Central Association. This standardizing ajrency. of which Arkansas is a member, is the largest of the six regional accrediting agencies in the United States, and is comprised of 20 states, extending to Montana in.the Northwest: Arizona and New Mexico in the Southwest; Ohio. Virginia and West Virginia in the East. To become a member, Schools have to meet prescribed requirements. Any school that is a member of any one of the standardizing agencies in the United States is recognized by those associations in other parts of the nation. This entitles graduates from our schools to be admitted to any institution of higher learning without examination. This rating of the High School depends, however, not only upon its standard of work, but also the standard which is maintained by the Elementary Schools. Mr. James H. Jones. Prncipal, High School, A. B. Henderson Sate Teachers' Colleg, 24 hours Graduate Work, University of Arkansas. Mis.s Hattie tchardson. Principal, Oglesby School. B. S. Arkansas State Teachers College, Graduate work, Peabody College. Mrs. B. C. Hyatt Principal. Brookwood School, A. R. Randolph-Macon Woman's College. Mrs. George M. Green Principal, Paisley School R. S., Maddox Seminary, Gi'acluate work, University of Arkansas. The open school assemblies will be held at 8:40 at the High School and the Elementary Schools. Regular routine work will be followed on the opening day. Advanced registration which was done at the High School last spring and at the Elementary Schools this past week have expedited many details of registration routine. Enrollment cards and book lists at the High School will be filled in the Home Rooms on Monday morning after Assembly. Elementary Schools were given book assignment cards and free textbooks on Friday. All SHh, 10th. 11th, and 12th grade books will be handled by the High School Book Exchange. Book list will be furnished students. The Hope School Board is composed of a group of public-spirited and useful men, who give unstintingly of their time so that the boys and girls of this community may have opportunity second to none in the State. The i'residen of the board is J. ('. Ouffio; Secretary, A. Al- biitton; E. !'. Young, Chairman of the Athletic and Transportation Committees; Clifford Franks, Chairman of the Purchasing and Insurance Committees: R. M. LaGrone, Chairman of the Smith-Hughes Committee; Calvin Cassidy, Chairman of the Building and Grounds Commit ttee. v Sixteen Units Required for Graduation at Hope School Sixteen units art? required for graduation. Of these. 7 units are required work and the other 9 units are elective. The required work is four years of English, ihrce year? of Social Science, which must include American History. The elective courses may be taken from Science, Mathematics. Foreign Language. Band, Vocation Agriculture, Social Science and Home Eeonomis. All students are required to carry three subjects. It is f,os.>iibl<?. however, for one to carry as many as five subjects, provided hi;; scholarship average i "E". Sixty-four Quality Points are required for a Diploma. This is equivalent to a "C" average for the four years. The evaluation of grades is as follows: A - 6 Quality Points. B - 4 Quality Points C - 2 Quality Points D - 0 F - Minus 2 Quality Points. Only 16 units are required fur a Ceritficate of graduation. A Certificate, however, does not carry with it a recommendation for scholastic work in higher institutions. In addition to requirements in scholastic standing, there are also requirements for citizenship. For 'both a Diploma and Certificate of Graduation, an average of 85 Honor Points must be maintained for the tour years course. Service Points are awarded to those students who serve ably the school in different capacities. Faculty Is Named for 3 Elementary Schools Here Paisley School: Miss Mary Delia Carrigan, Miss Ellen Carri-ran, Miss Bessie Green, Mrs. L. L. Pilkincrton, Mrs. Theo. P. Witt. Oglesby School: Mrs. Howard Byers, Misa Mable Ethridge, Miss Mamie B. Holt, Miss Pansy Wimberlv, Mrs C. C. Stuart. " ' " Brookwood School: Miss Lulie Allen, Mrs. Kelly Byrant Miss Helen Belts, Mrs. C. L. Renfro, Mrs. Henry Taylor, Miss Josephine Morris. 4 White Schools Operated in Hope ft-h School On Main Street Houses Junior, Senior Students Hope has four white schools, including the High School, Paisley, Oglesby and Brookwood. Paisley and Brookwood are the two primary school located in the East and West sections of the city, while Oglesby School on North Main street is the intermediate school, housing the pupils of the fifth and sixth grades of the entire District. The Hiah School, located on South Main street, includes both Junior and Senior High Schools, and houses students from the seventh through the twelfth grades inclusively. Our High School fulnishes the opportunity to a great many students who live in the outlying districts to complete their high shcool work especial where higher grades are not maintained in their homo distrits. 25 Grid Candidates for Nashville Team NASHVILLE, Ark.—The Nashville Scrappers, began training this week with 25 candidates going out the first day. The first game will be played iiere Friday, September 15, with Murfreesboro. The Scrappers are expected to have a strong tea'm'. Coach Bo Sherman lias announced the following schedule for the season with exception of one date to be filled. September 15, Murfreesboro. here. September 25, Camden there; September 29. Horatio, here; October fi. open; November 5, Dierks, here; November 10, Magnolia, here; November 17 El Dorado, there; November 30. t)e Queen, here. Up to the Minute PASSENGER: "Conductor, that fellow sitting opposite us is a lunatic and is scaring my wife and children. He claims he is George Washington." Conductor: "I'll take care of the matter. (Shuoting) Next station, Mount Vernon!" Miss Beryl Henry Begins , 22nd Year With Schools Mis Her) Henry, Super! ulemleiH of Schools. A. 1). 1Ien- ( tlorson College, M. A., Peabody Collojre. ', Mis Henry i« beginning her tvvonty-smmd year with thi-j Ho]>e Schools/ Her first work- \va.s Priiu-ipiil of the Ilitfh School, which position she held until HWO. Since that time «he has been Superintendent of Schools. Introducing New Teachers in Hope Public Schools New teacher in the white schools nre us follows: Mr. Dick Ligon, who comes to Hope from Morrillton, haying (aught there for the past two years. Hi* is mi A. B. graduate from Hendrix College, and has hud two yours' experience in MorrlUon. lie takes over the Latin department, with two clasess in civics. Mrs. Wni. R. Simimcrville will leach typing nnd shorthand. She is y graduate of Druughon's school of Business, has hail three yeins' experiecne. Miss Alice Henry, graduate of the University of Arkansas, Phi Kctii Knppii conferee, will leach Junior High School Mathematics. Mrs. I. L. t'ilkinglon, A. B. gra- j dilate nf Lindenwuod College, with several years' experienc.e will take over elementary work; while Miss Josephine Morris, A. B. gradual of Henderson State Teachers' College, with one year's experiecnc. will also take elementary work. Bobcat Football Team to Open Against Haynesvill^ September 15 Hsiynesville. l,a., Here, September 22, Smackover Here. September 29, El Dorado There. October 6, Walnut Ridge Here. October 18, Jonesboro Here. October 20, Nashville Here. October 27, Camden There November 3, Blytheville There. November 10, Presentt There, November 17, Clarksville f> Here November 24, Open Here November 30, Pine Bluff There. Student Activity Program Vital Much of Program Carried On By the Student Council The student activity program in the high school is a vital one. It is maintained to give training to the boys and girls for atual experiene in government. It also deveops initiative and aggressiveness. Much of the student actitvity program is carried on entirely by the Student Council. Already they an- acting as hosts to new students in getting their schedules arranged, and in orientating new students in the different phases of the high school. The special departments carry with them tuition fees, which are: Commercial work, $2 per month. Science, including Home Economics and Vocational Agriculture, carry a laboratory charge of 50c per semester Band $3 per month. Rent on uniforms, $1 per year. Rent on band-owened inMruent SI per month. —Flioto by Hope Star. It's Off With SUMMER CLOTHES Faculty Announced for 5 Negro Schools K. J. I. Blakely Will Be Principal 'of All Negro Schools There are five colored schools: j Verger High School. Shover Street Elementary. Rosen wa Id, Mt. Hebron i Rural i. mid Haynes Chapel (Rural). K. J. I. Blakely. A. B. graduate oC I Fhilander-Smith College, with several j year.';' experience in administrative work, will be Principal of all the Colored schools. With him will be associated the following teachers: High School James Harris, Vocational Agriculture. E. N. Glover, Latin. T. A. Hamilton, Mathematics. Tyler Rainey, Science and coach. Myrtle Verge. English. Washington, Home Eeono- Time to Don FALL CLOTHES Better Get your fall suits, coatt, and dresses rtady for wear . . . you'll need them! HaJI Bros, will do the job perfectly . . inul with economy, toe! Better phone 384 today for JMckup Service. HALL BROS. Cleaner* and Hatters Jiihnie mics. Naomi Lucine T. R. Yergtr, 8th Grade. Harris, 7th Grade. OiurUicy, Assistant Vocat- If you should die tonight will yotu family he adequately protected. TALBOT FEILD, Sr. District Majiager Reliance Life Insurance Co. Life, Health and Accident Box 44, Hope, Arkansas. Hope High School Faculty J. H. Jones, Principal. Foy H. Hammons. Athletic Director. Thomas Cannon, Band Director. R, E. Jackson, Manual Training- and Agriculture. Ruth Taylor, Home Economics, Mrs. Irma Dean, Commercial Department. James S. Galbrath, Science. Miss Alice Henry, Mathematics. W. C. Brasher, Social Science Dick Ligon, Latin, English and Civics. Mnvs. Roy Allison, History and Science. Miss Mary Billingsley, English. Miss Lula Garland, French and English. Mrs. Frank J. Mason, Librarian. Miss Mildren McCance, Journalism and Speech. Mis Mary Droke, Mathematics. Miss Sarah B. Payton, History and Geography. Mrs. Roy Stephenson, Social Science and SpelUng. jVtrs. Wm. R. Summerville, Commercial. BARBS War, Britain says, will not curb field hunting. So while the army .stalks Hitler on the continent, the gentry will hunt the crafty fox at home. News (hat police will use skin pores for ^identification should cause many criminals to break out in cold sweat. The trouble with scientists, we are told, i.s they work too much alone Now if we only had two scientists perfecting a theory, it would be just twice as confusing when it emerged. Indians, the WPA discovers, bathed rarely. When they did, it was probably only to wash of the dust they just missed biting. St. Louis Zoo officials are still searching for their lost pelican. Wonder if they looked in its mate's bill? It Dampens Their Plans PAGLA. Kns.~<fl J )-One Paola mer chant keeps his state sales tax collections liquid—in liquid. Beside his cash register he keeps a fish bowl partly filled with water. Clerks miLst drop the pennies collected in sales tax into the bowl. The water, he explained, discourages the clerk. 1 ; frcAn reaching into the convenient pennies to make change and thus complicating hi.s bookkeeping system. The United States Post Office has been contracting for airmal carriage -since 192G. High School Grid Season Ends Dec. 2 Athletic Committee 1 Act! After Thanksgiving Date Is Changed ARKADELPH1A, Ark.—The Executive Committee of the Arkansas Athletic Association has set December 2 as tl-.t- clii'.inK date for hte 1939 high school football season in Arkansas. This was done to clarify matters since the president announced he would issue a procla'ination changing tin.- Thanksgiving date from NovemlxT !10 to November 2',\. The association laws require that all gamcy l.v player! by the week-end following Thank^gjving. Obviously by that wordinj.; loams playing after November 25 (Saturday> after the new Thanksgiving daTe would he violating the association rules. Most high school teams havo scheduled important game.s for November "0, under the assumption that that date would be Thanksgiving Day. A^ though there has been belief Governor Bailey would not change Arkan- sus's Thanksgiving Day, the association felt it could not wait hut must establish the authority for considering December 2 iSuturda> after the old Thanksgiving date' as the season's limii. The Executive C<,Yninitee. all members of which were present at the meeting, are Chairman L. M. Coxa, Arkadelphia; Ben Williams. Ashdowii: J. E. Howard. Stuttgart; R. H. Moon'. Jonesboro. Stuttgart; R. H. Moore. Jonesboru, and Jim Abraham, Lunnke. I wish Mr. Roosevelt would abolish winter.—Senator Styles Bridges (Hep.- N. H.I. Strawberies wear their seeds the outside of their fruit bodies. on ional Agriculture Shover Street School Clovis Smith, mma Cooper, Clovis Tippett, Mary Lee Jones, Alfarttti Walker, Ella Yergfcr, Georgia Yci yei Frances Brantley. Kosfuald School Lula Benton Irene Hamilton. Ua> lies Chuiiel Mary Sue McColm. Alt. Hebron Ethel Bi/x.ell, W. M. McFuddin. £ Dr. J. D. Johnson 5 $ f ,«Announces the opening of offlcesji «; First National Bank Building i[ Building Practice Limited to Eye, Ear Nose and Throat. SALE Kool Summer DRESSES Values Up to $10.00 $1 $4.99 $A.99 LADIES Specialty Shop ?O SCHOOL We've created a number of charming styles for the campus . . . versatile ones, that will go with either casual, class clothes or your glamorous new formals. Kxjicrt operators will make you lovely: slop in today! Permanent Waves Includes Hair Cut, Shampoo and Set. $A.OO $£.50 to A. 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