The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 9, 1933 · Page 3
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 3

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, March 9, 1933
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LfeA Grade fttJISS WHO W BUSH WuRtt Center Jo* Berniee FfUfciMft * - fed wearfn JFS 8 *./ " »Meo!m Jaettte &. ft., ittrsle - J*atte Swoboda twattoftftt Ag. - fcofcaft Beaton fconre g& ftarsarTst MeCofftieft ftrtrfer ttiffc i. Afefertla wall** £f*de* * - Ver»6eta Walker Nottoal Training * .» * * * - * * Olinda ferenning WITH THE DIM WITS tty Malcolm Jnefte t was reading & nook of statistics not so long ago and became interested in the death rate of the world, Laurence Lisle happened to be in the library with me at the time so t said to him: "Do you know that someone dies every time I breathe?" He eyed me steadily for some few seconds, then replied: "Boy, that's inef" bad I Ever tried Lister- Dover (Friday) Knight brings ns a story he heard a Leglonaire telling one day in a barber shop, tt Seems that said leglonalre and his buddy had been detailed to take an old cow hl0e, put It on and graze over into the enemy's territory, during the war, to do a little spying, Everything went welt until the back half ot the cow kept poking the front half in the back, saying: "Bam, Bam, . come on, let's get out of here!" "Why — what's the matter?" "Hurry up — oh, hurry up — here comes one of those Germans , with a milk pall t" was the frantic answer. Tom Benton claims that since the inauguration, when Roosevelt was given his last chance to back out of a tough spot, he can see a decided change for the better. But, Tom being a democrat, and On the other hand we can see several evidences of prosperity which we feel are being brought on by the junior class play and > the senior class, getting its pic- ; ture "took," permanent waves, new clothes, and slcb. Whatever F is the matter* with the brakes on ate Beginning their second dots* ing project., tie ln«cfceo* unit was begun by • the sophomore girls, they Mve Wen making *onp* and otb* er lancheott dishes. the junior girls are studying pftfsonal grooming. Each girt in the cites was analyzed as to her type. We are teaiuiUg how to iin- Jtfote onf personal appearaaee. Friday we learned how to manicure onf own fingernails properly. Tuesday we are to hate demonstrations on how shampoo our hair. to properly Normal Trainers to Start Practice Teaching Monday Last week we devoted most of oar time to the detailed i&trodne* tlon and outlines for the units on the tTnited States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. Since the subject matter was already outlined in the course of study we merely went through each nnit selecting PAGE fHREfi absent aor Dean Mansfield, „ jwrorge rimu, RfChSTd Smith, the Gang fs one of fee largest | Ro*co« £Wvf». Anthony Croas- ntta &A Jt*. iM4.<K^^* OWL,***** ikJte*.-. airti *_.^~». J?fi4^_- - •*_ i , _.* . . . in fctnwl Thw* Mr*: tft* Si*Bi«t*r», tS* Fffftifly Farmers fcfcflgs, and the Hyde- Summer* deo, but this Gang fir Together they loo* like an advertisement tot a mob scene — milling in the street. Alone, ofie member never looks quite natural. She has thai we rtetf "i am a fugitive from iftin gaftg" look. There ate fife sophomores and two freshman gins in the Gang. They hare the bright idea that the school would fee stopped if they weren't Resent. (Oat of the cornets of their months the seniors make a tew acid comments about this sophomore leadership). They are usually engaged in running down tWo Junior boys! P. S, — They usually capture their preyj What a Gangl Sophomofe the minimum knowledge which tests - Much to our satisfaction we the children should have after 68Ca P ed the Geometry and Latin The six weeks tests are over at last and what a relief! Acceptable grades were made in all the tests. Much to our satisfaction we ftom, Atteftft B»te»an, Marian JBatl, Fr**e*» Johnson, Jniia Ann Pace, O6«s Weak. the completion of the study of each unit. Suggestive objective tests were illustrated, also suggestive methods for teaching geography. The schedule for practice teaching has been planned and it will extena through a period of three weeks beginning next Monday, March 13, and ending March 31. Sixth Grade In Reading we made little dictionaries of Pied Piper of Hamelin. We are starting to learn the meanings of the words. In Geography we are studying the Philippine Islands. We find these very interesting. Thursday we had a fruit shower on Miss McQueen, She shared her apples and oranges with the class, Mary Jean Ewlng, Eighth Grade In Reading we have been making booklets for the selection, "Snow Bound," by Whittler, therefore we did not -have to take a six weeks test in it. The rest 1 of the tests were passed .with the usual results-— !••, and, bad v*rry*r f**Y*« *»«••»•»«*••»*»• IftftClOl* P*®* «ented a playlet given by Girl Reserve members. The title was "An Hour in "the Consultation '.Room of Doctor Uneed a Vegetable," The cast of characters in this playlet were; Doctor, Marjorle Donner. , Lady with a baby, Wllma Ouster lady, Betty GUmore. Languid lady, Marian Benton. Rheumatic lady ,0cje Caudell, Country lady, Charlotte we- derquiBt Brewer, (with child) Frances . . tb& doctor's Lady with nigh blood pressure, Harriet Talbott, ' - Lady with goiter, Dorothy Nay- .for. . „ This p^yie); pprtrayeci the ll?e of a doctor and his visiting pa». .The P«Me»t8 Rppeartng-in .complBiued of Toe doctor a4> eat a Yftrlety of tP flrl»k wore milk.; The patients decided to try ttM» doctor's -method but f eH re? bjjked, month later all the patients to tfee doctor^ office . 4 hjftP»y- Tbey Joyously JJgfilai»e4 . the utmost need of twelve weeks "of school gh with we are mak- ,-^ „,„„, progress In a. short time. "The Merchant of Venice" is practically finished in our English work, in Algebra we had a six weeks test given in three parts. There were some favorable reports as to the outcome, We are now dealing with the factoring of quadratics. Quite interesting! The story of Aeneas' descendants, Romulus and Remus, was quite Interesting to us wltb their connections to Rome. Our test in Latin was the conjugation ot two simple verbs In every possible way and their translations, Our fate js tp be read again this week as we receive our report cards. This is a big moment in our lives and we hope to be satisfied, Senior By their hobbies ye shall know them! Realising that the general public is interested we gladly print the following CQngernlng the members of the senior class; Clinton Fazel «**• sleeping dur* ing school hours. Ray Raines r— chatting with ft junior tests. Most of us we find hate forgotten the general principle of algebra which we are now re- Viewing In Geometry. In English our instructor is reading to us the book, "Glorious Adventure," by Richard Haliburton. We have Just begun reading this book and so far It is very Interesting. Besides this we are -working in our work books. Seventh Grade In Reading we have Just completed "The' Celebrated Jumping Prog" by Mark Twain, In Arithmetic we have started studying lines and measurements. We have started Iowa History and find it very interesting. We take a test after each lesson. In Geography we have started the study of Asia. Mary Lou Juelke. Junior High New* An interesting program was given Friday morning by Velma Jean Caudell, Kathryn Swain, and Elinor Farquhar. The program consisted of two short comical Poems and a piano duet by Betty Caudeli- and Elinor Farquhar The name ot the piece they playi- Sd'.was; i'star* an.dtStripes^Fort E^^^^^^^^"Jl^w«JiH«»ppi^^W««*W Grade Those who had 100 per cent in the six weeks test in Spelling are: Betty Lou Barkus, Carolyn Boehner, Carolyn Hall, Peggy Mc- Cormlck, Shirley Walker, Eugene Rubenking. We also bad a test in Arithmetic and History. This week we are starting a new section in our Elson reader. It is about Famous Heroes of Long Ago. We are going to finish our diary this week. Goldey Cozad. Recent Event* In the Rural SthaoU Bttn Srdte school had an all- day meeting on Feb. 17 When tfeJttMwt* fathers, brothers, mothers, and friends spent the day. Regular class work was carried on until after the last recess when * real old fashioned spell-dowa delighted everyone. A bounteous ftoon meat was no small feature of the day. The men did some good work on the wood pile as they transferred a lot Of it t» the basement. Such a meeting shows a real community interest in the school. lift Grove also devised a nniqne and Instructive Valentine program. The school became a City with *aeh row a city street, and each desk a numbered house. Valentines, Which had to be correctly addressed, were mailed In the post office and delivered by carriers. Helen Matinews and Third Grade Perfect spellers in the Friday test were; Shirley Bacon, Genevieve Kelso, Elizabeth Trively, Evelyn Gray, Inez Crousborn, , Mary Prater, Betty Knight, Dwayne Bennett, Bt»y Cardwejl, Edel Knight, Charles Logan. John Mlllikan, Malcolm Stogdfll, BtUie Baer, Malcolm Campbell, John Slotbower, BJJHe Wajfcer, Thte week, we are 'stu about how we sweeten and eon o«r food; also about ROW water gives us both food, and drink. We enjoy our geography very much. We are making g map booklet also, Seeger «- keeping the secret of ROW he learned to dance. Dallas Junior News , lisleir Sit'DUCIEDf combing" h,|9 hair. Doaald MHUkan -- following: bloodhound^. DoRftld Leu, •?*- ladles. Tpm gentoa •»• forgetting te.jro ta Sunday Voo, As. ifisiructor ^c^»Hy vasfttioBS aurteg tern. bouri* QJtada Qr«ojniag 9, writing Second Grade Those making JOQ j a test aye; Clyde B«fenj«n t Cfe^rjeg 44am 8j> , Million Kenneth Jftfte \StFftu4, We « ftbo«t a Lauguage to our rs»4er MM the t,Q Bwtsfit Boy la . the best story Tie y$r$#, bAr4ly wait it Is 80 J»* Fifth Grade _w? wjfiswuS te*tg • ¥. ,«t^«F«r 3*%$& i $ mtimp ,w*. mm ;Jffiwuw * ^k£!888 r *i"i& safJMlif^* •,'-|Js,,^i'M_'i'.« Graham wrote up the school news fof Spring Valley school. They report a Valentine party, an accident caused by the high wind and the glass in the door, making health posters, and a contest in Drawing to which the pupils are looking forward. On Feb. 14 Lincoln school had a vlsitors's day until 4 o'clock after which a Valentine party made everyone happy. Bandiland school reports a Valentine party which also served as a farewell party for the six pupils who Were moving away. They also report making Lincoln and Washington booklets and book marks, and tho completion by the first and second grades of their "Peter and Peggy grocery" in Arithmetic. Book reports are an indication that pupils are reading good books and it 4s always a pleasure to report the names of those who hare earned certificates. New names are as follows: Sitter school also report* * Valentin* party wlrfch served as a farewell p*rty for fi«ft* Alexander aad CaTl, Robert. Eugene, And Naomi Me Alexander. In this wsnool too Mrs. Chas. Confer and Bobby and Eleanor Conger made ten year old Betty Conger's birthday a happy occasion by visiting school and bringing a treat for all the pupns. Prairie Creek: Frances Whtte- ttead. Plain-He*: Rogene Hopp (third grade). Reasoner: Kenneth Astnnssen. Vogler: Arlene Wassetnsann. Rollin Hansen, Lee W. Roenfetd. Alice Roenfeld, Audrey Techau, Juanita Hotden, Leon a Hansen, and Virginia Kruse. All but one of the sixth grade is included in this list. In spite of bad weather and sickness we have names of pupils who were neither absent hor tardy for the fourth six weeks period as follows: Elm Grove: J. W. WerU. Sandiland: Isabelle Stephens, Dorothy Mings, and Albert and Marry Alice Washburn. Lincoln: Edith, Thelma, Viola, Emory and Norman knhl. Hubert and Jackie Cowardln, Louise and Duane Barkns, and Helen Klser. Mt. Vernon (tngraham): Al- Eloise bert Jenkel and Lola Collier. : It is very interesting to see now the names on the perfect at tendance roll and the names o the honor roll are so often the same. In mnsdate school eleven pupils received an average of ninety or more, and of this number five bad been neither absent nor tardy. Ratal f«ach«t* Atteftd Meeting en Saturday On Saturday, Feb. 25, the rural teachers of Mill* county gathered at the court house for a meeting with the county superintendent. The main topics for discussion were the eighth grade examinations and the Language tests which had been given In the county. The latter will furnish the basis of constructive and remedial work Practically alt In ot Language, the rural schools are now beginning the spring term of school. White Cloud School News We were surely proud of the work our eighth graders did In the recent eighth grade examinations. It will only be necessary for them to rewrite arithmetic in May in which an average grade of ?2 was made. Several grades of above 80 were obtained. We thought our exams were easy, ri jenKei ana juoia comer. ...w» 0 «- "•«• c»«»uia w«i» CUB). Reasoner: Lawrence and Gall H° we * er we worked hard on our it _ . • «•> _ .. . . * . . ( f*avlattr +frr\*tlf Dtrfing the cold weather t»* boys organised ft basketball team trstng ft small rubber ball for the basketball and the hall of the school house for the court. Mr. Atkinson refereed and some thrilling games were scheduled. Now we don't care how cold ft gets became we're found a way to hate fan In spite of ft. Mr. Atkinson brought several books from hts library that we are enjoying this week. Mt. Vefriott School News Onr school has just completed the winter term with good attendance. The eighth graders are very busy on their new study of CIrlcs and trying to keep up on the current events of the time. We hare celebrated two birthdays this month. On Wednesday, the 15th, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Summers and Mrs. Mabel Sandt- land came and visited school, bringing Ice cream and cake. It being the birthday of Jean Summers. On Friday, Feb. 24, Mr. and Mrs. Oaten Boles and children came and visited the Manual Training classes and Just before school closed served home made tee cream and cake. Sell and Kenneth Asmussen. Letal: Myron Rohrberg. Four Corners; Mary and Roy Seeger. Qoheen: Lorreha Ling, Dallas Newman, Virgil Sell, and Erman and Arlene Huffman. Excelsior: Otha Mass. Vogler (upper room?: Lee and Alice Roenfeld, Linda and Marvin Heltmann, Eldon Deltchlcr, Virginia and Lou Rita Kruse. West Liberty No. 2; Barbara Jean Sawders, Mary Letever, and Jean Ann Diamond. Wearln: Josephine and Betty Haden, Margaret Robblns and Charles Phelps. Prairie Creek; Imogens and June McOlll. Hlllsdale: Kelley, La Eugene and Ruth Vetta and Juanlta Brlsco, Leota Brlsco, Dorothy Datton, Wilbur Wolfe, Dorothy Buch, Vera Andrews, Kenneth , Hammers, and Frank, Mary Ann, review work, The eighth graders were given a holiday Friday by Mr. Atkinson In behalf of the exams. They will also receive a quarter day holiday for the rest of the year. The "Busy Bees" have finished their Winston primer and have a nice start on their "Round the World" first readers. The "Brownies" are reading the "Wee Wee Woman" In the Winston primer. The second grade Is enjoying the "Do and Learn" reader. Wild animal booklets are being made In connection with tho reading. The upper grades are making booklets containing material relative to the life of Washington. Our seats have been turned around so that they now faco the south. Every six weeks we rearrange our whole school room — seats and all. We think that "variety Is the spice of life" in school work as in other things. KITTY McKAY By Ntns Wlleox Putnam The Qlr|.frl«nd says th« to dance In no time, but her boy frltnd ourtd her of It. ft 1H>. B.I1 gyodlctt..—WNU g«rvlo«. The Leader brings you — Two Columns of Personal Items One Column of Social Events Ten Columns of Community News. One Column of Sport News One Column of News of County Seat One Column of Editorials Two Columns of Editorial Features Two Columns of News of the Iowa General Assembly by Special Writers Ten Columns of News of Nearby Communi* ties One Column of News of Rural Schools Four Columns of News of Town Schools AND several columns of interesting, money saving advertisements Bead The Leader each week if you want to know what's taking place in Mills County, The Leader brings you mor© news of Mills County per dollar than any other medium, T 1PIEV«5; fi'-i --r"~- •" "HHiniiti&iNWM*

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