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Wichitan Messenger from Wichita, Kansas • 7

Wichita, Kansas
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Page Seven THE WICHITAN-MESSENGER JUNIOR CLASS HOLDS IMPORTANT MEETING President Appoints Committees for Junior-Senior Party some very interesting demonstrations, showing how a figure appearing to the eye as perfect, can he proved otherwise by the use of mathematical devices. Any student who has taken or Is taking the fiftli semester of mathematics is invited to attend the open meeting which will he held Wednesday, November ID, in room 20 D. HI CLUB The Remington and Underwood tests for the certificates and card cases are to he given' Wednesday, November 5, by Mr.s Dotzour and Miss Laverty. Miss Laverty conducted a speed and accuracy test In her Typewriting I classes last week. The hoys proved superior to the girls.

both in speed and accuracy. Three per cent was the average of errors for the boys in the first period class. Nothing is done In America, without first shaking hands. It is the duty of a man to be just, before he is generous. The junior class held a meeting last Monday, November 10, in the assembly.

Committees were appointed to begin work on the junior-senior party. The date set for this party is December ID. A committee to take charge of the shut-in cards was appointed. These cards are sent to members of the class who are ill. December ID is to he Junior Day.

Plans were presented for an assembly program, of which the juniors will have charge on that day. The subject of dancing in the high school was discussed. The Hi Club held its regular meeting last Wednesday, November 12, at the Y. M. C.

A. Owincr to the fact that the office of the vice-president was vacant, an election was held on Novem-her 5. Lloyd Ferrell was elected to the office. CALENDAR FRESHMAN CLASS ORGANIZES WEDNESDAY Unusual Pep And Enthusiasm Display ed At First Meeting. Members of the freshman A and classes met in the assembly on Wednesday, November 12.

The purpose of the meeting was to organize the class. The following officers were elected: William Cornwell, president; Grace Anderson, vice-president; Virgil Ilockett, secretary; Vernon Porter, treasurer; Hay Faueher, sergeant-at-arms; and Maurice Miller, temporary yell leader. This is the first time in the history of the school that the freshmen have organized. Much pep and enthusiasm was displayed. All the members are willing workers and are going to do their best to make the class a success.

Plans have already been suggested, and if carried out will he a great surprise to the sdiool. At the last meeting of the Student Council it was voted to help the freshmen organize. A committee of three was appointed to do this. They were Arthur Wolf, chairman, Louise Mac-eaulcy, and Gratia Boyle. Mr.

Trues-dell was temporary faculty adviser. The committee took charge of the meeting until the election was held. The school extends to the freshman class congratulations on being the first to organize, and wishes them success. SCHOOL DISMISSED EARLY NEW ENROLLMENTS IN W. H.

S. SCATTER SUNSHINE WITH GREETING CARDS Our new stock of Greeting cards is now displayed. The variety is extensive and especially attractive. LOOK EM OVER TANNERS BOOK STORE 122 North Main W. II.

S. has three new enrollments Florence Thomas, a sophomore from Offerle, Kansas; Vera Seiberling, a freshman from Ottawa township; William Griffin, a junior, from Mack-inney, Texas. MONDAY, NOV. 17 Band Fifth study period. TUESDAY, NOV.

18 Treble Clef Fiftli study period. Y. W. C. A.

meeting, club rooms, 3:30. WEDNESDAY, NOV. ID Orchestra Second study period. Hi meeting, 0:15. THURSDAY, NOV.

20 Girls Glee Club Second study period. Carolus Club Hoorn 3:20. Philomelian Club Hooin 104, 3:20. Atheod Club Hoorn II. 3:20.

Shakespearian Club Assembly, 3:20. FRIDAY, NOV. 21 Choral Club Fourth study period. Boys Glee Club Second study period. A LITTLE BETTER FOR A LITTLE LESS 0 You slender, well-built young fellows in high school and college who want shirts that really fit you will fall for this new line of School was dismissed Tuesday, November 11, at one oclock.

In order that the students might take part in the celebrations held here. There were only three periods. The fourth and fifth periods were omitted. THE HERO OF THE AIR Pride is the cornerstone of great mistakes. ARROW SHIRTS For Young Men Theyre made close fitting around the chest, shoulders and waist with snug cuffs and more elbow room.

Many distinctive and original patterns and shadings at $1.00 AND HIGHER KNORRS MEN WEAR Erwin Bleckley was the pilot Who sailed into the: air, He had a duty to perform; He did it with due care. Now Erwin Bleckley was a youth, Without a thought of fear, Who cleared the Argonne forest high Our soldier boys to cheer. He brought them food for their great need, And messages from home, But ere he made his homeward flight, He fell, unto his doom. They sent a message oer the sea. To parents and friends at home, Telling of some of his brave deeds, This hero of Argonne.

So heres to Erwin Bleckley, Our soldier boy so brave, Who gave his life in this great cause America to save. Gerald Doughty. PYTHAGOREAN CLUB. The Pythagorean Club held a very interesting meeting Monday, November 0. Leo Levite and Warren Davis gave BETTER GRADE TAILORING SuoUoou 124 E.

DOUGLAS If I had that 15 cents I spent yesterday I would buy a can of Dyes Chile Mixture YOUNG MENS FURNISHINGS I.

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