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Published by the Stu ts of Avalon High School and Edited by the Eleventh and Twelfth Year English Classes VOLUME Xll AVALON, HIGH SCHOOL, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1935 MUSICAL TO BE GIVEN BY SENIOR CLASS It is rumored that the Senior Class will present a Musical 6n May 10th, at the Comnmnity Church. This year, instead of having a play as most of the graduating ctasses have done in the past, they will present something quite new and different in the form of a musical show. It will in- clude solos, duets and chorus numbers by different members of the class. Ad- mission will be on invitation only. Miss Elliott is sponsoring the plan with the cooperation of Miss Hill, the advisor. The program committee is composed of Thelma Cameron, Jack Harrington, and Alice Walsh. The invitation com- mittee includes Alice Lee Heywood, and George Bermudez. The refresh- merit committee: Stuart Kilgour, Ruth Hansen, and George Bermudez. The reception committee and the guest list: Roden W'illiams, Alice Lee Heywood, Tony Hernandez, and Bob Ginnett A. H. S. SURE SHOTS DEFEAT THE WHISKERS, 30-28 On Wednesday a fast and close game was played between the Sure- Shot Panthers and the W'hiskers. Handicapped by missing players the Whiskers hel'd the Sure-Shots to a tie at the end of tile half. Olive Van Treese played a superior game as guard against the three forwards of the Sure- Shots. Eva Bishop and Florence Gib- son played a fast game with excellent team work in the position of forward. On the Sure-Shot Panther team Genevieve and Dolores Bermudez made a fine team as guards. On the other half of the field Winifred W'ills, L.or- een Seller, and Margaret Ellington to- taled ten points during the first quar- ter. At the end of the game the score was 30 to 28 in favor of the Sure- Shots. On next Wednesday the last game will be played between the Us team and Sure-Shot Panthers. The regular Camp Fire meeting was held on Wednesday, March 30, in- stead of Tuesday because of the P.-T. A. meeting. A. H. S. BUFFET DINNER HELD Jack Harrington's house was, on Th.ursday, March 31, the scene of a delightful buffet dinner, which was held in honor of the Lettermen. Among those present were Mr. Arnold, Coach Smith, Silas Hathaway, Stuart Kilgour, Billy Kilgour, Bob Lytle, Alfonso Ber- mudez, Manuel Hernandez, Bob Gin- nell, John Franklin, Jack Carson, Gal- en Brown, and Paul Shonafelt. After the dinner the boys enter- tained themselves by playing "Pig", with Coach Smith and Bob Lytle win- ning in the finals. ~.H.~ ELEMENTARY NEWS In Miss Cornell's class different groups of children are at work on large wall maps. Each group has chosen a country and is makin~ a map of it. Last Friday, April 1st, shouts rang out on the school grounds. Some of them were : What's that crawling up your leg? --April Fool ! Look! There is something behind you !--April Fool ! Even one of the teachers, Miss Coons, joined in the fun. A. H S. SHOP NEWS Few new projects have been started in the shop this week as everyone is busy working on large pieces of furni- ture. Bob Lytle has started a modernistic end-table, and Paul Shonafelt is doing some work on the metal lathe. llaeir A LITTLE BIRD TOLD ME PROGRESSIVE PARTY WORK ON TOROUA .Jy TUESDAY EVENING IS PROGRE d Little Marie B. was seen strolling [4 aroumt Casino Point with "Duke". Is Plans are being made by the Star- The deadline for all Torqua mat' g, this another romance ? hise group to have a Progressive Din- excepting those activities which e) What's this about Loreen S. and her ner Party on next Tuesday evening, nate the school year, was preV~ :~ change of affections toward NormanA letter recently received by the Av- set for April 1st. The importat~ P. ? It seems to be a Junior now. alon groups from Miss Edith Kenp- turning in articles on the set n. We hear that a Dewey boy bet Rosiethorne, National Field Secretary ofcannot be stressed too heavily, as M. a dollar that he would come over the Camp Fire Girls, commends the is now only a month left befOt" and see her in two weeks. Well, Rosie, girls in Avalon for their fine work dur- complete annual is to be printed. we see that you only beton sure ing the past year. The school photographs have things. " To quote from her letter: "Anothermounted and will be ready for the SPRING HAS SPRUNG: Donald year has gone round and this month is on the completion of the le!t' ff Mappin has been seen with his latest the time :when every free space at which is being done by Jim GrelS ,e heart-throb, Virgie Pyle. My, my--- headquarters is piled up with reports Bob Lvtle. No snapshots have ~ 0 what will Turp say ? from Guardians, every color imaginable been turned in and students are t 0 It seems like there has been a lov- and various sizes and shapes. Anyoneto dig out their cameras alad.r ers quarrel between those two little who was new to the program who sat some candid snapshots. This is~.' love birds, Buddy S. and Betty Jean down to read through the entire col-" . ! K.--Signed, Albert Pallas. lection, would then realize that C. F. The Lettermen's Club had a stag is certainly a program that allows of party last Thursday. What's the mat- originality. ter, girls, couldn't you crash it ? "1 can see your year has been full Stuart "Deadpan" Kilgour has come of interesting things, and as the girls progress through the ranks they will to life| Another woman-hater bit the get constant incentive to naake further dust. If you happen to see any of the Jun- progress and keep doing new things." iors with their right arm in a sling--- A.H.S. it's only writers' cramp. Miss Hill's COMMERCIAL TEACHER HERE "helpful" note dictation the cause, Song Hits: Miss Lucile M. Davis, who is taking L"ICanG Dream, Can't I?"--Virginia over the commercial classes in tile ab- sence of Miss Hotchkiss, arrived on ""Folks That Live On the Hill"-- the boat Tuesday, the 29th. She will Bob L and Sue P. , finish out the remainder of this school "Love Walked Right In'--Adeline R.year. and Manuel H. Miss Davis is a graduate of U. C L. "In the Still of the Night"--Eva B. A., and has a wide business experience anti Benny C. in addition to her teaching. She last "I Was Doin' All Right"--(Until taught at the San Bernardino Junior Peggy K. came along), Loree V. , College. Miss Davis has visited our "How'd You Like To Love Me'-- Island several times previously; she Barbara Butler. finds it both beautiful and interesting, writers. Thanks. ~,'~ "If I Had a Talking Picture of You" A.H.s. , A.H.s. '~ --(I'd go crazy), The Teachers. SEVENTH GRADE WORK SOUND FILMS COMING lI~ Boy of the week: Silas "Man-about- " tr~i~aeulO ,t qFalsn~~tb_.~t: town" Hathaway. Marcia P. has bro- The seventh grade pupils completed,~oLd iFfi~lda;,i h~t ~ ken his hibernation, work on Indians last week, after three Fanlous Last Words: "Why?" days of round table discussions. 1 e =. H. $. Public Schools Week is coming up Miss Coppock,and others wi~dl~lll POPPY POSTER CONTI[;ST soon, and the Indian work made by shown that the Audio-Visual 13;~,,~ IS NEARING CLOSE this class is going to be exhibitedment of the Long Beach School ~t~i; Bead designs were made by both the believes will be of interest to the "-|~t The Poppy Day poster contest end-girls and boys. A very nice totem dents here. I~AI~ ed April 5th. Two groups competing-- .pole was also made by one of the boys. The only reason sound films ,~I~( the Seniors and Juniors. All posters A.H.S. not been shown here before is th~Lt'l~t will be on exhibit locally, anti the SCHOOL NOTES projector here is not equipped foist winners from both groups will be sent ---~- ~yrPo~eet[or,filand aOnn oJpUn2t2r0 far ~'~1 to the mainland for the district con- Mr. Arnold is going to Hollywood test. Then we hope to the state, and to attend the annual convention of be sent over. |e: national contests, also. California high school principals in The senior class has coml)leted a set Hollywood. This convention continues SENIOR CLASS NEWS {h & H S ! of posters for a national contest; di- through April 11, 12, and 13. -----" It~ ~ rected by the Live Stock Association. Miss M~'rle Josephine Sherer has The Seniors have decided to iRtc The seventh grade girls' clothing been substituting for Miss Beatty, the their Baccalaureate Services at _]t~ class is having nmch fun in cutting and kindergarten teacher, who was absentConmmnity Congregational Cb~ih stitching their first garments, because of illness, and to hold Graduation Exercis~I Margaret Ellington, a very active Miss Lois Robinson attended the Pa- the Canyon Theatre. Their Ditch .~t: member of the Girls Home Economicscific Arts Conference Thursday and on May 19th will be an overland ~| Club is having an informal meeting at Friday in Long Beach. Mrs. Carpen- ing to Little Harbor. i|f her home Monday of next week. ter substituted in her absence. " A.H. s, tt~t ~ It is with commendable pride ~'~. we hear visitors speak about the ~s STAFF ty of our school and buildings. ~'%J Delphine Canli ................................................................................................ Editor it be our splendid teaching staff,. Assistant Editor .................................................................................... Bill Kilgour wonderful climate of Avalon ww' idi~ Miss Virginia B. Hill Advisor health-giving properties and cleat', If~ Reporters: Geraldine Alton, Alfonso Bermudez, Alfred Chellberg, John vigoratmg air and ocean breezes. Franklin, Virginia Lee Graham, Jimmy Greig, ignacio Guerrero, Joe Our caretakers are busy p!li~{~' Gmticrrcz, Billy Kilgour, Blanche Mackey, Paul Shonafelt, Harrietthe old lumber into a neat pile ba~',#l[ ~mith, Bob Lytle Marcia Perkins, Stuart Kilgour, Thelma Cameron. the lathe house.Thanks! We ~':!' use it. | .. H.S. I/li EDITORIAL GIRLS LEAGUE ASSEMBL ] Mania, oh mama, that Easter Bun- ny's here again. And sure enough, there he is running around filling up all the little nooks, cracks, and crannies with big eggs, little eggs, round and flat ones; long and thin ones, red eggs, blue eggs, yellow eggs, and polka-dot eggs. There is only one excuse for all this commotion and excitement, and that is, that Spring is here, it's Easter time, and vacation starts, to last for a whole week. "Easter time is the time for eggs, and the time for eggs is the Easter time". As I lie here in the grass, with the birds singing softly overhead, and the distant murmurings of soft music blending with the harsher notes of children at play, I begin to think of all that has been done for me, and all the rest like me. Of all the sorrows, and joys I have known, of all the disap- pointments and heartaches I also wonder as I think, just why we must go through all these problems in life; strong while young, slaving while mid- dle-aged, and complaining when old. Why do people live if they are des- tined to die? It must be the pretty things in life, such as the seasons: Winter, with the soft whiteness of the snow, bending the branches of tall, graceful pines, or Summer with its tropical-like heat everywhere, everyone lazy and lolling around, and then Spring; the super- season when everything is gay and lively and everyone's fancies besides young men's, turn "to love and stuff". --Billy Kilgour. On Tuesday, March 29th, during.S~ ond period, the Girls' League he/a.l#| assembly in Room 11. Alice ~'dg] president, called the meeting to announcing the purpose to be .,,z| showing of "World-Wide pictures taken on Miss Foote s rv~":'i| the-world trip last summer t.,,O| They included her departure 'i~! here, Hawaii, Japan, China, P~!~| pines, Singapore, Penang, India, It~'l'~| Paris, and England. Views of Pe~'! places of interest in the various c~4| tries and other interesting shots wo/| shown. .tlt~| Since time did not allow the pt.Ct~| to be completed, the last half | (Continued on page 9, col. 3)