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EDITED BY JOURNALISM CLASS OF AVALON HIGH SCHOOL VIII AVALON HIGH SCHOOL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1933 NUMBER 22 REHEARSALS -OUT FINE TALENT BASEBALL PRACTICE END TABLES POPULAR BEGINS AT HIGH SCHOOL WITH SHOP STUDENTS GIRLS' HOCKEY GAMES END IN TWO TIES from tonight, Wed- "ch 29, the canyon theatre high school, will be a and new China when the 'The Tea House of Sing Lo" hPresented by the glee clubs estra of the school. The rim- will be repeated on tile fol- Ung. have begun in earnest. 'past six weeks Miss Elliott, the music detmrtment, has been an the musical numbers and some real talent. The Las many lilting and beauti- rs which give the singers an ty to show what really fine are. Mr. Meadows, who the dramatics end of the began rehearsals Monday has discovered some real ability among the students he various parts. House of Sing Lo" tells of the invasion of China by 'ertising methods, and of proprietor of a tea ways of the Americans. and music make the interesting and dramatic. an American business t!s. curio-hunting wife, Leona China with a young and attempt to sell electric salesman, Leslie Thuet, business man's daughter, Several little scenes ich peps up the ways of end, Sing Lo, Howard a sign and all ends hap- is being built on the can- !r stage and many nice light- s are being worked out by and the boys in the ~s.Costumes are being girls of tile sewing A.H.S. st Thursday afternoon word from the superintend- -' at Long Beach, that all ch schools would be closed holidays. News of the traveled fast Thurs- amOng the students, ,in.so- Only a few arrived at the Friday morning. A.H.S. Ows, Miss Hill, Miss To- Miss Coppock, Norma ne Wilcox, Ray Arnold attended a meeting of Mr. King last Thuls- to discuss plans for this A H.S. I'tigh's Budget Requests for '.re sent to Long Beach last text book requisitions for This week the of- sy on supply requisitions quarter. A.H.6. :een members of the biology b een collecting shells for weeks. Around thirty to have been collected by A.H.$. has the last few days, take a few automobile lopes to be able to return In the near future. A. H. S. e gardener, welcomed ail Friday morning with a ~-ting of "No school tc,- A.H.S. who had transferred es on Friday, Feb. 24, re- Walon High last Monday. A. I.,I .~t. "s for the Senior and Jnn- signed up last week. A,H.S. Penter visited the main- end. Nineteen boys reported for the first regular practice hehl last Tlmrsday after school under the direction of Coach Harry Diffin. A previous prac- rice was held the Monday before, when the boys signed up. Coach Diffin is trying them out when they want to play, but if he finds they work better in another position he will put them there. Infield, outfield and batting practice began in earnest. The way they lined up is as follows: Outfielders: Her- nandez, Gibson, R. Smith, Wish, Pat- terson, Myers, West. Infielders: Bar- ba, S. Smith, Grant, and Nevarez. Catchers : House and Laws. Pitchers : Reyes, Garcia, Eldan, Church, Pctcr- son. Practice will be at school until the Cubs park is available for the Varsity practice. A.H.S. Our second semester Student Bo,ly officers and representatives to lhe council held their first meeting last Thursday. Due to the ineligibility of the students suggested by Mr. Brent- ford for athletic manager, a special meeting will be called in order to consider further suggestionswhich will be offered. A. I"1 .$. Bob Coleman, Herschel Boyd, Ray Arnold and Howard Bailey spent the afternoon after school last Thursday in a jaunt to the Bird Park and hav- ing a friendly chat with the talking birds and monkeys. Coleman espe- cially enjoyed the latter chat. A. I-1.$. Seniors dominate the handball tour- nament this year. Barba and Eldan, winners of victors' column, and Gib- son and Coleman, winners of the los- ers' colunm, played off the finals for the Senior high school championshil~ last Monday. A.H.S. The seventh grade is finishing its work on the exploration period, anti presented a mlmber of dramatizations of several famous explorers last Mon- day. A.H.S. Many magazine articles concerning movies were read by the eleventh grade English class last week. A.H.S. Norma Mattson assisted Eric Wil- cox in editing this issue of the Sugar Loaf last Friday. A.H.S. Last Thursday a new shipment of candy was received in the Students" Store. Shop students have been very busy during the last week with different types of work although end tables seem to be very popular. Johu Mey- ers just completed a very beautiful piece out of Philippine mahogany. Herschel Boyd and Ernest Church have just started making one out of the same material. William Wish is makiug one out of gum wood. All of the above will be very nice when fin- ished, and the fellows are working hard. Harley Berning is making a table for his little brother. Angus Patterson is working on a handkerchief box. Rexford Smith completed a pine top for a table to be used in his father's restaurant, and is now working on an end table. In metal shop, John White is mak- ing a metal fireside set to be used in camping. Sired La;nb and Gerald House have been resetting the vises in metal shop. A.H.S. Herschel Boyd, Robert Renfro and Howard Bailey amused themselves in shop last Friday morning by cleaning a motor and working on some of their projects. Later, Lee Grey joined the party, cracking jokes and laughing at them by way of amusing himself. A. H. S. Miss E. Lorraine Gates, dental hy- gienist, will be at school next Thurs- day and Friday to examine children's teeth. A.H.S. Miss Rex has been helping several students with their shell collections. She has quite an extensive one of her own. A,H. S. On:hestra nmsic for the operetta came last week and the orchestra has begun working on their parts. A.H.$. Seventh graders decided to hold a candy sale in the near future, during their class meeting last week. A.H.S. Several students of Avalon High left for the mainland last Thursday, in or- der to see "Old Ironsides". A.H.S. The first ont-door operetta practice was hehl Monday after school. A.H.S. Leta Mac Bradley was absent from school last week, due to illness. A.I't.S. Do you know that Avalon has one of the finest all-year climates on the Pacific Coast of the United States? STAFF Editor ................................................................................................... Eric W'ilcox Advisor ..................................................................................... Don Meadows Reporters--Howard I3ailey, Bob Colemant Jack Peterson, Herschel Boyd, Norma Mattson. EDITORIAL Due to the holiday last Friday, the regular meeting of The Sugar Loaf staff was not held. However, sev'eral of tile students returned to school Friday and put out the paper. Norma Mattson and Herschel Boyd assisted. The Editor appreciates their willing- ness and 'helpfulness in publishing this week's issue. Economy of school materials is very essential during the present depres- sion. We should realize that our school is only allowed a certain suna with which to provide the necessary books and writing materials needed for the efficient functioning of school activity. One way in which we can economize is in the use of paper. One of us may say that it would not make any dif- ference if he or she uses a littlemore paper than is really necessary; but we should realize that if every student took that attitude, there would be a great waste of paper. Another way, perhaps more important, is the use of books in the library, and other arti- cles in the different classes which are there, not only for our use, but for fu- ture students also. We can help in preserving these by handling them careftdly, and trying our best to leave them as we found them. If each student takes care of the school property which 'he uses, and economizes iu every possible way, we will be able to use the .money, which, if we did not econolmze, would be used in replacements, to purchase more books, etc., and so improve our school. We can improve our school if we cooperate in economizing. Let's co)n- ondze. Eric Wilc-x. Playing both good and bad Hockey the Red and Blue teams battled to two ties last Monday and Wednesday aft- ernoons in their second and third games of tile series. Dorot'hy Scott took over the captainship Wednesday, due to the absence of the regular cap- tain, Leta Bradley. Good playing fea- tured both teams. The winning team of the series is to have a St. Patrick's Day party. Line-ups : Blues Reds Scott, D. C Greig, E. (c) Willis, N. RF Lamb, J. Ulrich, 1 LF Moser, M. Price, F. RE Moser, B. Kreuger, K. LE Degidio, H. Hampton, B. HB Brown, T. Bradley, L. (c) FB Gibson, H. Knapp, M. HB Williams, R. Winkleby, K. RG O'Leary, M. Heywood, A. LG Sahnon, H. Johnson, M. G Renfro, D. A.H.S, FOUR BEGGARS In modest homes and hotels abroad, nuts and small dried fruits are often substituted for pastry and pudding. On the menu, these items often ap- pear as "Trois Mendiants"--literaUy the three beggars. An enquiring tour- ist was informed that ancient beggars were said in their wanderings to have subsisted largely on nuts and dried fruits, hence the name. On the modern French nlenu, which reads "Quatre Mendiants", one finds four varieties of nuts and fruits, usu- ally almonds, walnuts, raisins and figs. 1~1 selecting a mixture, it is well to buy each variety separately. Layer raisins are best, clipped to a size suit- able for individual serving. A novelty in the way of spiced raisins, a stuffed fig or a ball of chopped nuts and dried fruits sometimes called "plum pudding candy" might be introduced. This is easily made by lmtting through the grinder equal quantities of seeded rai- sins, pitted dates, layer figs, cooked dried apricots, and assorted nut-meats. The paste is then formed into small balls and rolled in granulated sugar or grated orange peel. Figs when steamed, cut open and stuffed with chopl)ed nuts or candied cherry are delicious. Nuts and fruits are an acceptable and healthful conclusion to a meal, whether it be luncheon, dinner or supper.--Women and Their Work, in The Independent Forester. THE ALP,. Detoxicating Avalon Drug Co. (PECKHAM & MACKEY) 'Phone 75 _- ===~'_='~== = =,~, == =__.__,===....'Y2111aiWJ "Spread Happiness with Flowers" li0rd0n's Avalon flowers 636 Avalon Blvd. WILMINGTON, CALIF. Phone 1524 all hours OR SEE PETE ADARGO