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1939 PAGE ELEVEN tllfiH SCHOOL (Continued from Page Four) IN WHITE like to know more Get Miss Gross will be supply you with fur- .W_^. ~. 6. INCHELL'S" ninth grader and cheese and is r. Her favorite or- and she thinks tS.very nice. Her fay- and her greatest has brown hair feet, 2 inches tall. eighth grader chicken and baseball. lance and to listen to Her favorite and she likes so. Gloria is 5 feet, weighs 108 pounds. d Greene is very seventh grader Iood is pork-chops• She and baseball. She a terrible color. Dora es tall and weighs 96 movie star is and she also likes Artie grader who ;e Point, Mich. He enny religiously and s pmtures. He likes :en and the color gray. Is cottage cheese. He and blue eyes. A. H. S. CLASS HEARS STUDENTS, ATTENTION ! Here is the chance for all of you to earn a little extra cash! Mr. Windle has generously offered to give a portion of the subscription fee of all subscriptions sold by school children, to the school. Out of a one dollar six months subscription 35 cents is to be given to us. Out of a one- year $2 subscription $1 dollar goes to us, and likewise out of a three-year $5 subscription $2 goes to us. The student council has decided to divide the above amounts into thirds: One-third is to be spent for cuts to go to the Sugar Loaf; one-third to the salesman and one-third is to furnish the first and second prize money to the pupils taking in the most money on subscriptions from April 10 to April 28Think of it! If you sell 10 two-year subscriptions you will not only clear over $3, but you will also be eligible for a grand prize of an ahnost limit- less amount, (depending entirely upon how many subscriptions are sold.) Re- member, the Islander office is to fur- nish subscription blanks and receipts. All subscriptions nmst be paid for in advance. You will turn the money in to Mr. Arnold on each school day. The contest begins this April 10 and lasts until the 28th. So come on, all of you guys and gals! Here's a chance to make a lit- tle extra money, and at the same time show your appreciation to Mr. ~¢Vindle for giving us that swell space in the Islander for the Sugar Loaf. A. N. S. HOW ROTARY WORKS From Camden, New Jersey, comes another of many possible answers to the question, "But what do Rotarians do?" In Rotary the emphasis is on the in- dividual rather than on the group. The group (or club) is the meeting place for individuals, a forum for the ex- change of information, a training school in Rotary principles. But clubs are encouraged to subordinate "corpor- ate" activities to work by individual Rotarians. Rotary is unique among service clubs in several ways; its emphasis on the individual rather than on the club is one of those ways. Perhaps Ro- tary's way of working is less spectac- ular, and perhaps Rotary's way of de- pending on the individual rather than doing things as a club results in less "publicity", but Rotary believes that its way builds leadership--and that is one of Rotary's major objectives. Returning now to Camden, New Jer- sey: Howard Rhoades, Director of the Manufacturers' Committee of Camden, told an interesting story, in the No- vember, 1938, issue of the Journal of lnd~tstry and Finance. He entitled it "Camden Tells Industry's Story," and related how a group of Camden indus- trial leaders assumed the responsibility of informing the people of Camden of the simple story of business. The pro- gram is one of public relations intend- ed to foster better employer-employee and buyer-seller relationships." The committee, according to Mr. Rhoades' article, is headed by the plant manager of a large industry akt- ed by six other industrialists. Follow- ing is the last paragraph of the article by Mr. Rhoades (who is not a Rotar- ian) : "One final observation: Every one tary. Mr. Lewis is now on our side, and most of the lesser literary lads are either forgotten or on the Writers' Project. Which seems .to prove that the substantial~ industrial leader, no matter how much he ,nay be kidded as a 'Babbitt' in flush times, rises in times of stress to form the bulwark about which the nation rallies when lesser saviors fly for cover. With his intrin- sic qualities, the American industrial- ist needs only to grow more articulate, to become the force which finally saves US." SEND THE ISLANDER TO SOME FRIEND WHO KNOWS CATALINA -----D------ HAS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRED? YOU NEED THE ISLANDER Spend Your Money with your home mer- chants. They help pay the taxes, keep up the schools, build roads, and ..IPPINES STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL of the seven members of the commit- tee is a member of Camden Rotar;. make this a community grade is now study- Greetings, Gates, here we are again, Club. Whether Rotary draws such worth while. You will States possessions, panning the pans, and dishing the dirt men, or such men build Rotary, I don't ,-, , .~ , ..>__ ..~ .t... IIIqtl [i']( atlvertlsln ut utc four of her pupils as per-usual! pretend to say. I only recall with ' ' g pression class up to First off, we nmstn't neglect to men-amusement how in the good but some- b,,~t !mrs ill thi~ paper. 3m to give a debate, tion the frequent trips to Avalon that d at the classroom Phil Arnold, that pronfinent alunmus, what fatuous days of the boon~ing greeted them, and has been making lately.It nmst be 'twenties' Mr. Sinclair Lewis and some • - - the real McHite! lesser literary lights made fun of Ro- --~--.-.---.------- ~' ae~°b Lyllebeg:ntlnt~lea; What about this latest romance, .~.~.~.~:~.~.~.~.~.~.'.~.~.~.~.~.~:~.~.~..~~~~~~ r ~ ....... , . the Philippines be Diana; is it David or just the car ? ~ " ' ";i ndence ?" Zada Crow \Ve hear that t!ae affair between .~ I " ted llisulav ore took a negative viewMarcia and Leo is S'I'R1CTLY Pla2 ~ ' .~. a, while Paul Shonafeh tonic. !ermudez were in favor Yes, the Cubs have gone, but don't '~ : .... : ~ ~' :e. When they had fin- take it so hard, Mary. They'll be back ~ ed the class to vote on for ,,,ore next year. ~' .... l-- ' @/ t the Philippines should Mystery of the week: What certain ~ I GNS 10c ' When the votes were gal is definitely "that way" about what i vas found that the class certain fellow ? at and Alfonso. Billy G." seems to be giving the A.~" ~ ~ , , |o ..... . | a, ~. s, H.S. girls the go-by for the one-am- . , , :.. .. ........ 'ER CONTEST only" P. N.--Some Nmnber! ~ 'EARLY END Who is this new flame of yours, ~ t ~i 1~I AI IDER tti ' Jerry? Why don't you bring him out ~ " 0 ce he Poppy Posters have in the open--are you ashamed of him ? a , , 'the seventh-grade, andGet your snares ready, boys. There :~ ~way to completion, is a new girl in school. The girls will md~ havea greatbeenmanydevel°pedcolor beginAn opent° sharpenletter totheircoy,nails'Diana, Dean, ~ ~ " FOR RENT" "" ............. , ....... .' ' ve been used. Pete Virgie, Joyce and Virginia S.: - .... Room , , ~ : %. • Upton, and Dora Dear Girls: i . Furnished Room ...... tto shthe r o Wewi hto t e oyo. t, act dents who finish early that next year these "Cradle Snatch- th rafia work. . ers" will be gone, so don't be gMng Furnished Fiat iris of the home mak- the boys YOUR AGE the cohl-shoul- interested in weaving,der. " , , Furnished House ....... ,. aeh is weaving a wool- Yours with hopes, ~ FOR SALE ..... The Younger Set. ~ i[ grade girls are still Emelda, you seem to be very well-~ NO VACANCIES | mr mixtures and are informed about the goings on at "Lov- ~ .~ and cakes. No doubt er's Cove". How come? NO SMOKING tred for a good feed. "Little Fraternity Pin"--Shirley and ~ itl < so) Henry. NO ADMISSION | R FROM SHOP No, ~Iore "lears '--Helen (,." and OFFICE | Art E. , : : grade metal shop, such Famous Last Words--"\ ariety is the ~ MAKE RESERVATIONS ' • " "fire iron Spice of Life." ue eahpers , . ~ TO GO FISHING Wrenches", are being A. ~. ~. The minister was earnestly imtdoring ~ ! department such arti- an old man to repent his sins. "Well," RULES FOR LIQUOR HOUSES n y writing desks by A1 said the ohl sinner, "if you will an- ~ 1J°e Gt, iterrez. Russell swer ,,,e one question I will come toAn acceptable | !Stering an over-stuffed church." SSman is making a cab-"What is the question?" eagerly~ PI ESENT i Srnaking a leg-rest for asked the minister. ~.ob L. amt Pete C. are "It is this: Who was Cain's wife ?" " " " r ' " " P~Pe for a muzzler for My friend, ephed the nnmster, i~ • , • "you \viii never be able to embrace re- ~ For Son or Daughter Away at School or for D~stant Relahve $. Would like all the boys ligion until yon stop, bothering. ,, . your- One or F ve Year Subscrtptton to The Catahna Islander start paying their self about other men s w~ves. --Toron- to Globe. ~~g~g~~~g~ . .' . .. "~