The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 16, 1933 · Page 3
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 3

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1933
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fffl MALVfeftfr LfeAEfelt MALVEftrMOWA, frOVfeMflfett 16, iSH EMAITCHESS ___i|Wf i E1> BY THfe SfeMOTt ftft&Lf&tt tt/Aftfl fffr ftfAttfUlHt tttrn* winnrvt. See New Type* of Kitchen E<}tiipmettt Oh Monday, Jwt. «, lfc« home ««o*isftl« class sp«*t in en joy- atte fefted tlsftfhf the MeCotd Whit* there Miss getatkle gate ft demonstration ot two kinds of eiamelea 1 pafeg, also calliaf »t- Itattott to ftqnlpinent nsed in the fctteaen. Setae of the girls wife esp* Itfatty Interested In the shape and aHitability of pan* tot Me. These are points studied in tie house* witeft nfift. Mifty of the fifls had ftetef before seen equipment like that found here. they think it was well worth their time »td hope they can f islt Various other stores here some time soofl. Roth McCord Is a 6)e»ber of the class so this trip •was arranged by her, ¥. Ft A. Member* Observe Strict Calorie Diet Miss Schatkie is wondering where the food displayed fa her Calorie exhibition has disappeared following the Future Farmers Initiation Tuesday night. As the food was thoroughly sprayed with fly spray she is worried fearing that the food might have a few extra calories due to the added solution. Anyway she iopes the consumers enjoyed the food. , A new calorie exhibition has been made, tt will be more closely guarded thus preventing * repetition of the destruction. -School Hears Education Week Talks by Davison Supt. P. M. Davison has been giving the high school short'talks each noon in compliance with the American Educational Week pre- gram. He Impressed in the minds •ot the young people how they could help their school and how it helps them. It is worth while to learn, -among other things that the school is the largest industry in most towns and that it employs more people and therefore is the more money Sing for Teacher* > There has been a male quartet •consisting of Lloyd WaJker, first tenor; Lorance Lisle, second ;tenor; Lee Cary, first bass, and Edward Wearln, second bass, composed from the boys' glee club, They will make their debut •at the high school teachers meeting to be in the near future. P <Sp A pep meeting tt eoTHrtdered one of the *ftost Iratoftant of- ganteations of any fitgl school, he it large of ettan. f «t H It the most pootly supported or- ganltation ot Malvern high school, the purpose Is to etim- nlate pep and create at interest in intef-scholastle activities. Since basketball season is approaching every member ot M. It s. should do his part in making this organltation a real success. Often times (due to outside personal affairs) high school students lose interest in ath-> letlc events and tail to show the coach and the athletes the appreciation dee them. Join In the meetings and make them live wires. Turn out tor the various events and do. your part The only requirement for entrance Into these meetings is an ample supply ot "Pep" and "Zip." We are back of you boyst tf your plays are successful- it means "Victory i" Even though you do lose we will help carry the sear ot defeat, tt is when we lose that the school must be real Americans and think ot the value ot the game instead of the defeat, fie real sportsmen, M, H. 6. students, and attend alt the basketball games and root for our team. If we lose look forward to the next game and give the team credit tor doing its best. So come on, students of Malvern high, let's get behind this and make the pep meetings a, big "knock out" during the remaining season. Let's show our splendid coach that we do appreciate his untiring efforts in making our team the best team. Freda Brenning. Mftift €ftii Operetta Named Strenuous practice periods, heavy rehearsals and much leara- ifig st lines ate all k part of the lives of Malvetn high School ttu* Jaft* as preparations to* the op- efetta. "Pafpl* fowers , H tafc» a twitter tempo, principals at the cast Wef» named recently and in- stfncted u be ready for a "no* book" rehearsal by Tuesday which almost Alt nearly did. To cafe tot all of the choruses several praetlM periods hate bees named. Starting at 8:30 a. tn, the east is liable to be at work any time between then and late in the evening with the first halt hour, the eighth period, and an evening period at 7:30 betflg regular, Miss Josephine Conboy, music instructor, is directing the opef» etta and Jane Fletcher serves as accompanist The cast: Edward Wearln as Hank Huckleberry, Randall Donner as Mike Murphy* Marvin Fatel as Earl Parker, Lee Cary as Red Nichols, Kathryn Anderson as Tlllle, Margaret Shepard as Urseba Apple* gate, Hester Hall as Helen Trumbull, Phyllis Wilson as Mary Marble, Lloyd Walker as Philip Bradley, Jim Beckwlth as Snowball, The orchestra will render a few strains tor the pleasure of the audience. Gf*<i« Eftjo* Every at*** ftflit fa mirtrte the ef firth friBi* t*f» tt tfofratt. Last Friday tftey h*tf Raymond and Dean Mtllrta* frotft the third sfti toWrti grade* Sing "May I Sleep tn towr Salt tonight. Mister" **d «fw«*{**e fears." Seteral poemi «fw songs were fey «ttt*f students. Arithmetic has «s««sted of the stiidy of discou*ti ltd borrowing trow topic tor baalts (a condlttoftsj The eighth grade won another gpelN!o*ft treH the seventh grade, tew setenth graders had better consult the honorable Mr. Baton mote frequently and show these eighth graders what you can do. Tfcete was att extra heart In hygiene class Tuesday. Mr. Dyke brought a pig's heart to class and pointed oat the different parts. Me also explained about the circulation of the blood through the heart. SNOOPY seen a stck day trftttl recently when ft developed *otn* Incurable malady known as Sadfator of the Radiator. Loving cure was «tvea the ear bnt it steadily grew worse, developing a hacking iffgB, and tpi«tte«ng nntil It-ft- nally gave tip and turned off its headlights for the test time. The car was full of dominant spirit and Initiative and was noted for its Steadfastness. The following epitaph will be on the gravemarket: Here lies Dick's Dodge Which has served its day, Now under the sod •Twill evermore lay. fifth Grade the fifth grade has been mak- ng a sttrdy ot various grains and cereals as foods. They have drawn frteresttnf comparisons between hem and milk. ft f eography they have studied Alaska and the Philippine ts- ai»os. They touwd interesting material In the knowledge books md magazines to supplement the ext. The new reading books have in interesting section devoted to iravel and transportation. A stiidy ot the early stage coach and pony express was finished this week. F. F. A. Neophytes Endure Initiation To the surprise ot the new Future Farmers they emerged whole and aound after enduring all ot the mystic rites of an awe-inspiring initiation which took, place Tuesday evening of last week,'.' Books Selected by Class for Recreational Reading Very interesting were the laboratory assignments' in methods last week. Thursday the, girls brought various books which lead children and adults to read for recreation. Some were of the type to relieve common every-day experiences, and some for fun and sheer enjoyment during leisure time. Jokes and nonsense rhymes took care of this. Other stories were to help the person get away from real life such as fairy tales and others to satisfy the human nature and motives. These books were placed on the play library table. During class time the girls - * - _ M . .. . • _ * _ V *» T - „,,(*. ' P -•> ,*r November Seems to be Buay Month in First The first grade children seem •to be very busy this month. Now that Hallowe'en a»d Armistice day is over they are becoming enthusiastic about Thanksgiving, Turkey gobblers wake a very pretty border in their room, The children learned a poem about _ the Hag this week and •Jap&a Shore was picked to give It at the ArmiBtifttf program last Thursday because of bis 704oe, Robinson 1na<ffi «ent little _ for each visitor A n»»hjjr 9* Wgb wheel flj *tei te th to bf five* . Johnson was t&e birthday party, •irM-tit Cli!e^a»QlI?*¥*T0rtp the so-called electric chair, participant was placed in this "seat of honor" blindfolded. A current from a storage battery was applied and that promptly rose to a ture accompanie^ by mingled ex* clamattona of pain and surprise. To sufficiently I revive him* the performer was made to drink long and deep of the "holy water," A dog, a rooster, and & mouse were part of the equipment for the i initiation. The new members were practically exhausted from continued exertions but they would have been sorry to have missed U. Refreshments of sandwiches, cocoa, and doughnuts were afterwards served. , The new members admitted to the rank as "Green Hands" were; Dudley Conner, Marvin Fazel, Bee McCord, Elmer Edlund, Eric th"« clasa>/They find njoeb training is needed in expression. Singers in Outside Work church has chosen that person • BtandinVDoa. numb er of singers to sing in the standing pos- « chorug Boys' and Girls' Conference to be held Nov. 28 at Methodist church. the Emerson JZdl«p4, Buster Summers, Hurlbert Benton, Louis Storey. James Beckwlth, Edward Herrtck, Elmer Jackson, Paul QaWher, WJUard MilUkan. JCBlght, Robert Regeuaur, Maurice Alberts and EJUson QlUebsy, Girl Re»*rve» P to wfeea «$ the first bftU wbo should we we Sitting B«4lB$ A t«bJe b^ gfte pf our Mead beauties, Rorotby Jlbsr, Sfee was tbere for tfee Seventh Grade Those receiving 100 in spelling in the seventh grade were; p»r- SEZ Latin Student* Would Go . to Rome to be Married The world history class has been studying about the Greeks and Punic wars and are now interested in the Romans and their customs, The industrial history class finds the westward movement very interesting from 1840 to 1860. The Latin 11 class has about decided to go to Rome to he mar ried because the Roman wed dings seem quite Interesting due to the fact that they are considerably different from our commonplace ceremonies. I Do A former classmate, Helen Jones, chanted "I do" the other day.'Ah me, seems as though married life is preferable to school life. Mebbe so, mebbe so. Anyhow — congratulations. More Visitor* Two more guests visited at the high school this week, dumb or otherwise. A small kitten found the way In and was having a grand time, making seniors quite hilarious by its various capers. However it was captured and while Mr. Davison was giving his dally educational talk the kitten was in the company ot one Junior Dashner. The talk was punctuated by various mews from this feline member. We strongly suspect Junior of either pinching it or pulling its leg in order to make it produce these bowls. A small puppy seen around the school grounds for several days came trotting In the back door one afternoon. It still remains a mystery as to how the pup managed to get the door open, Believe It or Not Appreciation ot Patriotic Program The high school wishes to express Its appreciation of the program given last Thursday by the grade pupils at the Community building in commemoration o Armistice day. In spite of the fact that the pupils only practiced from Mon day until Thursday the program was well given. Jamie Summei J/Lr' ' ' »* la now running 'V--.-•»!»,-.- i one siway, or other and went for a hilarious ride around town. Only 15 could crowd, push or jam in so three were left outside, It you don't believe this little tale inquire about it from: Jamie, Mary E. S., Lorraine F., Bernice, Margaret M., Charlotte, Phyllis, Jim, Lorance, Malcolm, Bob. Ocle, Dorothy, Sis, Hester, Margaret 8., Marian, and Snoopy. Bites Given for Pick Hyde's Dodge This Dodge has given faithful _. ,. ______ _„. Davis, Martha JSvans, Mary i and loyal service in all of its ™ ' ' ' Jean Ewing, Arlene Flckel, Ralph Hall, Doris Ireland, Martin and Ethel Storey, many years of life. Therefore, it is with great sorrow that we mourn its passing, It has never LOWRATHL Seniors were thfnts; horn for treat Juniors were born for smalt. Bat ft ts not reported Why Sophies Were born at all. 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