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PAGE TWELVE -- rHE CATALINA ~.'~k~:~~~" 7. "%''. ". ~, ': retarY,:~ Deip.hiue7 "Canli; Sergeant-at" ~. BLE~T~i~$ERVAbtTS "l" ~ '7. "; i~ ] . , ,.: ',:~ .alms, Ehner:Mi'~tget; Program Chair, 2 H .POR THE KI~'CHEN m l" , ' ...... "" .... "~ '"" " ~' m~'n, Roserri~rj W~itson. " . ...... t;. * " ~ the' Iow/ terms of the qhe dub is planning some interdst- ing programs. All fees and fines will | J ~ be stamps. Miss Gross is the Advisor iI i' 7 ar," 1 Ho " AcT t,:,i '; Mile with i,ofintha~ t~l,~bnex ng?tercsted may lUrid llSllg ONCE o oN A IME o,,. ,,.h,, w,, w ,,k a ,i,0. s ,~ R-ll e.~,,4, w,,,, k,, A Co'i~rade bl the and:fd[ll ~' i Avalon vv n "al cs ' mu;~." LU),-V to pay for your .a.k ..... ......... -. .... - ......... ,o, . . And let his froliC ~a""~l I GENEI LELECTRIC i Feb lq 1928---Trqua warrtrs f "'AvalonofSchOOlp.s.__Th,s basketball" Saturday ~"oeieated ..... ~ tOmterestmg thein Wnm,ngton a tune good" " of l,ttle clear, * 18-9. agame H,gu "~" ff a ir ' Th:~* t~,Ke ................ 'Vh'-- a .-. ~1, ers.r,,naPpY --.~ ~'7:7C' fi,q d he'"a'~ ~,:alk, -~ cm. ld thrO g 1-1 ~ -. r'*v and' a md frita, e .. REFRIGERATOR.- ., i might interest Mr. Fuzzy S~-artz, who --*>- i ' is now a member A. H S ...... ---7--7- an,,0ne A H S '1 lie naroest jot) I a ~ o ' 'U It, : i i ' t~FFICE" N~W~ take is to sit down'an.., no down payment_., mouey wathout earn g Public seho01s week begins on April ....... t JeJ ~ K~'~ i,.3 YEARS topay,.' ~ 8, and a public program will be pre- tne warts o* sented on the 9th in the Congrega- A deaf ohl lady with. ganizations, the Masons, American tle parish in the cou.nuJ" Legion and Parent-Teachers Music a Scotsman, eyed Iler ~ WE ARE SPECIALISTS on the National ~ will be furnished by the Higi~ School then tiptoed, up,, to her "~o HousingAct. Letushelpyoutotakeadvantage ~ Orchestra and the newly formed ele- loud whlsper, Madame, ofthisgovernmentplan. . ~ :nentarv Boys' Glee Club. Mr. C.H.yer oot!"--Exchange~...._..._ ~. Ifyou own your home, or are paying for it,~ \Voo&~{~ff will give an address appro- ----~ ~, ;r priate to the Tercentenary of HighGreatness consists ntis: you can modernize your kitchen now.., with~ Schools. " ing, but in rising every t~ ~." l~ ~ no cash outlay and only a small monthly in- ~ Mr. Woodruff is the supervisor of Goldsmith. _~ .~ ~ vestment over a 3 year period. Never before, ~ secondary education in the lunior l~ll~ I and perhaps never again, will it be so easy to ~ high schools of Long Beach. I~e will Fortunate _ "~i ~~/ ismdernizeyurkitchen'ThisgvernmenthelPord tern ora ~!: sever his connection with this depart- He: "1 had to come cle~ MONITOR TOP--MODEL X-6 y p ry. ~ ment at tire end of this year, when he room to see yOU, SO now [~ At any General Electric Refrigerator storein . becomes principal of B~verly high you" - . .. S8.89omonth...6cu. ft. capoc,~ "/gschool. She: "Gosh, Ih,n, glada' So. California you can get complete informa- tionfromoneofourcourteousrepresentatives. ~ * * * in the next block.'--Iw .~ ~ He is posted on every phase of the National ~ Miss Yon~e is absent this week and --------~-~,h0' "~ l[~{ f1 Housing Act. He will help you to take advan- ~ will be absent next week as well. She "Observation of life 1~n, r/ tageofthisgovernmenthelpinhomemodern- ~ is following the adxice of her doctor emn people are generaty ~ ization. There is no inconvenience or delay. ~ .Mrs. Heywood is taking her place " Bertrand Russell. - . .., "~ l]~ J ] 1 You can buyaGeneralElectric'Refrigerator,, ~ The vase donated by the Santa Cat- One Better RangeandDishwasher--oranyoneofthem-- ~ alina Island Company to the person "Ten stitches did thed l[~i~ [ 1 thiseasyway.Andyoucanpayforpainting, new ~ submitting the most apt name for it -ut in m,; husband after t cupboards, and other modernization in the " ~ " . v ~ " t" was won by Dorothy Wmterbottom your old man last mgh., same easy way. It can all be handled at the same ~ with the title "Sun Tan". "Ten was it~ Well, w~ ~ ~~l tlme'''ur representatlve will gladly help yu" ~ * * * for see'n me poor husbanI Dr Floulooseconducted physicalsa,,s he- 'Has annv wan '. . d d exammatmns here on March 7 and 8 machine~' ,,~Independent i CATALINAcoMPANyHARDWARE i * * * No student should gO in the schools. " Mrs. Casselberry made her second schooling until he has .~ FLAT TOP--MODEL K-4 ~ trip here in two weeks on Tuesday, educational advantages l $7.31 a month..,4 cu. ft. ~lmCi~ iMarchl2. She completed a test in Added to the wholest~ the elementary and high schools, courses offered here is A. H.B. of living in surroundm~ Igh~nBoulderDamPowerComesYou'llbeGladYeuBoughta~tric~{efrlgerator ~ SLIP-UPS conducive to study. ~,Wat " "'" The boys of the school did not en- Proo'f Not HIGH SCHOOL SUGAR LOAF FIRST GIRLS' ATHLETIC ter a candidate for Girls' Athletic Di- A certain New York (,Continued from page II, column 4) ries as "The Dog in the Manger", "The Fox and the Crow", "The Goose and the Golden Eggs", and many oth- ers. The book is bea*atifully illustrat- ed and neatly bound, Another new book which is very complete and new, containing most of the facts, is the new "Bacteriology". This tells how bacteria are named and classified,, and morphology of the yeasts, and classification of same, also morphology of the molds. It also deals with the methods of microscopic examination. One especially interest- ing chapter deals with diseases whose causes are unknown. This book is the first one the library has obtained of its kind. It is up to date and com- plete in most de~ails.--Everett Adar- go, Jr. A. H. S. ELEMENTARY NEWS Lorene Seller, a member of the fifth grade was absent from class last week. Mrs. Davison substituted for Miss Gray last Monday, who was ill. The fifth grade class is planting sweet peas around the cabin in an attempt to make it more decorative. The mem- bers of this class lost one of their group when Patricia Blumve was transferred back to Pasadena. A. H. S. What do you think of Olaf Lornt- sen's sense of humor? I don't. A.H.~t. Have you noticed Nearessa Willis' ha~rdress ? DIRECTOR ELECTED Last Friday a special election, the first of its kind in school history, was held to elect a girls' athletic director. Due tO the rain, the polls were situ- ated in Miss Coppock's tent, and al- though the election was one for the weaker sex, the entire student body participated. There were three can- didates: Elizabeth Grieg, Hilda Sal- mon and Louise Stamford. Of these, Elizabeth Greig was victorious, Lou- ise Stamford second, and Hilda Sal- mon third. The duties of this new officer are that she: 1--Shall call and preside at meet- ings of Girls' Athletic Board. 2--Shall appoint all Girls' Athletic Committees. 3--Shall receive all applications for awards, and take charge of ordering same, with consent of the advisor. 4--Shall assist with Honor Health Club. 5--Shall have general charge of Girls' Athletics and Tournaments. The election board consisted of Robert Orr, Nearessa Willis, Don Carpenter, Thelma Cameron, Dorothy Winterbottom. A. H. S. STAMP CLUB MEETING The initial meeting of the Stamp Club was held in bungalow 3 last Fri- day at 3:10. It was an enthusiastic group which elected the following of- fleers: President, Milton Schatan; Vice President, Harold Lynam; Sec- rector. Seems as if they are letting down. Mr. Reece still shoots a 95. * ca {t The Cubs have attracted a great many high school students during the noon period. Did you ever stop to think there are only about sixteen weeks of school left ? Two of the boys playing leads in this year's operetta also had leads twq years ago. During the last rain I saw Phil Con- rad dashing madly to the office with a bright colored umbrella. Miss Tomasovich is still singing "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean". Mr. Diffm will soon issue a call for baseball. Did you know that this week's edi- tion of the Sugar Loaf is dedicated to the three hundredth anniversay of public schools ? The senior high tennis tournament is advancing into the quarter finals with Phil Arnold, Bob Orr, Phil Con- rad and Don Carpenter likely conten- ders for the cup. Lizzie: "Gus is an awful pest. He never seems to know when to stopy I-Iulda: "That's strange; I was out riding with him last night and he found a dandy place."--Exchange. may be given credit el window display. have much money he. bought the could get hold of, and put it in the wtt sign: "Filled with from Argentina." It policemen to handle the glas County~ A girl met an old flar~e ed to high hat him. "Sorry," she hostess introduced didn't get the name." "I know yon didn t, "but that's not your ~ hard enough.'--AnyDOUV" Education BY "Iceland," said teacher raphy class, "is about Siam." John a! "Iceland," wrote larg~ tion time, "is about as er. --Ex. Worse anti Sambo, a southern ' Liza. In about two wt the reverend the knot, looking as last friend in the "What's the matter, you happy ?" the prea~ "No, suh, pahson. vorce." "I'm sorry to he you must Liza for better or wol "Ah knows dat, wuss den ah took her