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CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE ELEVEN .....~-l'i(~v .Z_'~R"I'I CATALINA Cold? Not Very! SOME SCHOOL REPORTS AVALON PRIMARY SCHOOL ~NALISTIC STAFF On Friday morning strollers on the ~., -~-- .... board walk were alarmed to see a HONOR ROLL My Dear Boys and Girls: !K~I~ Renton _ . Editor-in-Chief crowd of girls come running down to- ~Ve are very late with our animal t li~e.'|"~ence Feltrop _ _ Assistant Editor ward the Tuna Club. Bright coloredElementary grades, Catalina School, stories, aren't we? This I know, is :t~iz~,~Lar and Business Manager bathing suits, caps, and white middies Month ending April 11, 1924. my fault, not yours. -,r' tha MeyerRe or er h r were their only adornment, and all set I hope that by this time next week, tla~m First and Second Grades we shall have the voting over, and :lnrthur C~ , - p t , Sop mo e for a swim. Agnes Conrad La Rane Spencer t,.. OuldinReoorter Freshman the winning story published in the ~rrle (2-- -g' - ' A good" dip of about thirty-five rain- Cegueeta Watson Max Edwards 0][~iss I3 vronaoo, Reporter, Grammar .urg~,~Hahn, Faculty Advisor uSes, many stunts, and games in thePauline Wiman Mary Hey Islander, if Judge Windle thinks it water, constituted their morning gym Martin Eldon Marion Johnson. good enough. Clyde Grant Ezmyrl Knopf We very much enjoyed the visit of Le to 1[--~-- - " ............ class. Charlotte Rasseau , to[ I'IIGFI SCHOOL Loud wailing was audible when Miss the kindergarten pupils last week. We Congratulations to Marion Johnson want them to come and sing to us the best ways of masteringHahn, the gym instructor, blew the and Ezmyrl Knopf for scoring highest to write. The average per- whistle, which meantback to the record in second grade and to Agnesagain very soon. Please tellMiss few op[ in daily lifeschool and work. Conrad in the first grade. Phelps so, when you see her. discourse, In most Since warm weather is here,the Third and Fourth Grades I am sure too, that you all join with one has a chance to say girls, are eagerly looking forward to Ralph Barba Robert Dunkle me in giving to Miss Phelps a very sentences at a time, withswimming at least twice a week in- YValter Conrad Antonio Enriquez hearty vote of thanks for her very thought. The advantage stead of the regular game work. They Josephine Eldon Rolapd Feltrop kind help in playing the piano for so Luis Gravia Claude Pitts many of our songs. This kind of help ~" find that the stunts which they prac- , ~s that it gives one a chance Pearl Herman Helene Rasseau of hers has made our school music ze his thoughts into a unified riced on rainy days last winter furnish William HibbitsJohn Rowley the students in High jolly times in the water--no lawns Jack Peterson Mildred Sprinkle much more enjoyable than it might a fairly large amount of needed with such a beach available,Helen Sweeny Mildred Tregarthen otherwise have been. further opportunities should even though thegirlsscratchtheir Dorothy Wiman Billie Tregarthen The school term is now drawing to knees a wee bit. Maxine Carson Albert Wilkinson a close and you are all going to work Journalism represents a Fifth and Sixth Grades real hard for the remaining few weeks, type of writing, and it isThe plays took nearly all of the Mary Conrad Steve Gurasich f know. some knowledge of all. students, but no one was slighted, for Joyce Sloane Edgar Harrison Your friend anti teacher, do not have the oppor- Mike Reyes Salvador Reyes AMY E. MERRIHEW. we have had to become those who were not included took part Lois Harrison Mary Vitalich luted with journalistic writing, in the evening performance by being , retore the present staff of the ushers. Those who acted as ushers Seventh and Eighth Grades "Shall I rind the clock, ladder?" 't Loaf," which ends its three were Mary Gibson, Edythe Stone, Ed-RalphVilet GermanWatsn StephenMirie BurgesSWilliams wereaSke~l aboutthe youngto closeIsaacstein'shop, as they ~oerm of editing this page today, ward Felthrop, Doris Wilcox, MyrtleJuanita Gurasieh Katheryn Dunkle "No!" said the gentleman, with a Gibson, Walter Coffey, Gordon Cole- Charles Cliff sigh; "pizness vas too pad. Choost let -~ml for this short experience, man and Charles DeSoto. Florence it alone, Jacob, und ve viii save the "0h' Where,~-~ Feltropand John Minney received PERFECTA-~ENDANCE year and tear on the veels."--Hebrew .. , on where has nay polly- Yarns. ,Oh wtgon~ ' ' tickets at the door. In the Catalina Elementary School, tlush"~e, oh, where, can she be? .... Month ending April 11, 1924. ' t~Y child; it's simply gone up Edythe--"fsn't it the aroma that ",Qrtg Beae, geo.rnet__tree.,,__High Life. surrounds the sun ?" First and Second Grades ,. cn Vllgh School. Florence--"No; it's called the COT- Agnes Conrad Jesus Reyes lanldhe~dre Sierks visited the main- n~d'ythe--"Why, that's a typewriter. Virginia Fehrop Moises Reyes Gladys Hobbs Mercedes Reyes ~or,~ Iew: days last week. --(By Dumnorix.) Dorothy Scott La Rane Spencer Cegueeta Watson Leroice Edwards .~(. In Latin Class During physical education period Mary Hey Clyde Grant ee taS r,I-I"Te,]l the fate of the one day last week Mr. Dunkle talked MaxPearlEdwardsSpringstn JeSUSFred SempleGutierres ~'" ~hzabeth over with the boys the sporting and John Reyes David Sloane ~.'~llZab.... ,, ~t, and ~.n~ Oh, Hercules killed them athletic events in which our school Charles West ~' ,.c rest of them fled." may contest with the schools in Long Third Grade thehe shot for t"~--ee shot nut arrived Beach. It was decided that golf, ten- Ralph Barba Jack Peterson t~her day, ~o that it c~tn be used his and swimming were the sports Josephine Eldon Helen Sweeney ~a e~lring ~raek-meet which will be held which "we could enter with the bestLuis Garcia Joe Saucedo ti6t~g w~aY The High boys are prac- results, and in which we can give the frma Gareia Catherine Marincovich mainland boys some real competition. Steve Gurasich Florence Richardson ~ ~,, t0r~ b th it and hope' to" be in good Four or five of our boys, who have Pearl German Winifred Vitalich th'*as alsoY thatreceivedtime A new football had much experience in golf, are prac- Junior Johnson Glenn Watson ~se Wt , which will permit ticing every day after school,and will Fourth Grade ~all to uo want to play football next probably stand a good chance of win- Catherine Brown Claude Pitts get into shape. ~qarci "------ ning from some of the larger schools. Maxine Carson Antonio Enriquez ~ii~;:!~i i~:g:wk,,iyn Robert Dunkle Billie Tregarthen eas ehe~zb~aCfkrma:y We have received a copy of High Roland Feltrop Ida Williams Life, a school paper published by the FifthGrade ~It~u, ~atl ,,r,," , Long /3each Polytechnic High School. Frank Burgess Margaret Daly . .,. ,,.t -- ~lose yo eyes,honey. ~,~r~s::sdo, yu see?" Many items of interest were found Eric Cliff Irene Hoover ~,~aCk,,._ ~ r~othing!" and the jokes enjoyed. We hope thatDonald Lusk Mary Reyes I1 ~vilae g~a,n--"Well, dat's whut you-all the Catalina High School may some- Arthur Renton Isabell Scott ,o Mike Reyes Ruth Edmundson _ t. "--Long Beach Poiv-Hi Life. time be able to publish a paper of its Elsie Clark Joyce Sloane th~tlythe Stone an--~om Dal ill bown. At the present time the Cata- "ur uext ..t... y w e SixthGrade ] g " P " / ,v~ Wish ~'tu~trs of the "Sugar Loaf." lina Islander has generously given us Fred Clark Georgia Coleman / There is satisfaction in al- l ~uem success, the use of one of its pages, so that we Steve Gurasich Gloria Gurasich / ways appearing well dressed. / ig:~edre~(to mz " can let our friends know what the Glenn Hoover Elaine Hammond r.rance . L "m)-- If bliss isAvalon High School is doing. Salvador Reyes Mary Vitalieh t~xZzie.~,~Y,u must be a blister." Truxton Ross Virgil German [ Suits made at City Prices./ "'It bein~urlghtly).~,,Well, that's bet- Florence Feltrop and Edythe Stone / / were property managers for the plays, Mirie BurgessRalph German / MAI .TIN HALL/ Arran s a brok..~en blister." Seventh Grade ,~. track ~naents are being made for and after scurring here and there for Stephen WilliamsJuanita Gurasieh / / u~e ,I.. eet, which will be held some this and that they finally got things the ~ra~ng May. The boys from both together. They had the help of the Eighth Grade / Merchant Tailor ] errtPet_mrnar and High School are to faculty as well as the student body, so Kathryn Dunkle Helen McKelvey l etiti In order to make the corn- the cast had no trouble in obtaining ,, Charles Cliff [ Avalon California I eqt~aI "et~air, and to give each boy an their costumes. I just stopped to tell you about that flour you sent me the other day," I tra~, nance to win points, all en- Johnny's Hard Lesson said Mrs. Newlywed. Curios arid Souvenirs ~Sgeare being classified accordingA father read over a list of five "Why, Madam," answered thegrocer, I questions which his smallson was "that was the best flour I carry in t::,tS'ar~e'tg:t, weight and grade. Look for the S,.n of i- ~taaa_ . be given according to called upon to answer in school that stock. What was the matter with it?" [ oar Decathlon Events chart day "Did you miss any of the five? .... Matter, indeod Why, it was so The Big Curio Store ti