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MAY 25, 1944 PAGE SEVEN Published by the Students of Avalon High School and Edited by the Eleventh and Twelfth Year English Classe THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1944 " NUMBER 341 OFFICE NEWS of War Stamps sold here reached the mark of it is undecided as yet, the have been invited to sell n the Fifth War Loan in June. price changes have been is so that no mon- lost on the year's opera- is due to two things: rise and to simplify the menu. is: soup, salad, sandwich, There will be one kind every day. Milk is still six cream will be discontinued ex- will be sold to High its only at noon, and everyone. ~,e m prices has been put off !;sible, but in order to next year this had to A.H S MUSIC MASTERS MEDITATE our music mistress, has s with one of her young is Sil Ryan. Sil has harmony, after expects to teach him entals of orchestral its. Sil has hopes of be- NOTICE ! There will be sch~ool all day on Memorial Day, Tuesdfiy, May 30th. GIRLS HAVE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT In the sixth and seventh period gym classes there is being held a very ex- citing baseball tournament. In sixth period it seems that Lucy Saucedo's team is ahead of Joan Gemilere's team by one game. Lucy's team has won three and Joan's has won two. In seventh period Elaine Eber's team and Carol Butler's team have tied with ~ach team winning one game. Attention girls! All tennis matches must be played by next Friday, May 26th. AHS INDUSTRIAL ARTS NEWS In wood shop Johnny Windle has finished a bedside table, complete with drawers, and is helping Carl Ehlers finish his kayak which is really a flashy job. Jack Poteet has been working on many problems on the wood lathe, and is now working on a candle holder. Mr. Moore has, with assistance from Pete Salamunovich and Bill Taylor, ERNIE CAPTURES MORE SPECIMF.tNS Last week quhe a bit of commotion was raised in Professor Wal~6"~'~en-- eral Science Class when Ernie "Bring 'Fan Ba~zk Alive" Chellberg brought in three more live specimens to add to his collection which already includes crawfish, goats, lizards, tortoise's, oc- tupi and many more interesting forms of wild life. The new forms include a live gopher snake which reaches a length of about two and one-half feet, and two very cute baby squirrels, which proved quite popular with the class. Ernie should be commended on his fine work, for hardly a week goes by when he does n~ bring socne new form of wild life for the class to study. AHS WHEATIE EATERS SWAMP PACHUKES t7-6 The deciding game of the Gas Can- yon League was played last Wednes- day when the Pachukes met the Wheatie Eaters. The Pachukes later regretted this engagement, for the Wheatie Eaters had on their hitting shoes and really went to town, coming out with thirteen hits. The Pachukes suffered their second. straight set-back by this team. The usual form of ball played by the Pa- SIMPLIFIED TAX ; Ot~t~,of the I~g of ggmaplex and be- wildering tax laws has come a miracle in tax s'hnplicity which is now before Congress for appraval. This new measure, which appears certain to be passed without import- ant changes, will entirely relieve some 30 millioa taxpayers with incomes un- der $5,1X)0 of the necessity far filing an income tax return. Their full taxe~ will be deducted from wages or salary. "1"o 20 million other people who must continue reporting, it will greatly simplify their task. Thus an incalcul- able number of man hours will be sav- ed for both taxpayers and deputies. Taking the nation as a whole.it has been the long and weary hot~rs spent over tax forms, rather than the actual payment of the tax itself that 'has proved to be the real burden. This is borne out by the fact tha,t in spite of sharply higher tax rates, the American people have been 'increasing their bank savings at an unprecedented rate in addition to War Bond purchases. In California this "saving spree" was re- flec{ed in the figures of the State's largest bank which has branches in more than 300 communities. In the two and one-half year period ending December 31, 1943, individual savings in this one banking institution alone had increased over $400 million. been building a project which every- chukes was exhibited, weak hitting, and So, it is apparent that to most in- class is busily preparing one is asking questions about. It is sloppy fielding predominating, dividtlals the real tax worry has not ag recital. Guests of the really a secret which only the Junior . Th!s game cin~ehed tl!e championship been how much they owed Uncle Sam ~ voice class will number O]ass is supposed to know about; so- tor tiae year. 1he msmg pitcher was as finding out how much they owed After the program, re-we'll not delve into that subject any Eber,the winning pttcher Salamuno- him. will lie served. During oa TO VIGTOaV further vich. A FI S ~hze class Mis~ Frey play- A H S DON'T CURSE THE COOK [ sqrne of the songs to be ' COUNCIL REPORT $ ,~, ~ ~, .~L ~ -- take a good deal of prac-- - ml ~~.'L'dtlkl~'dFd,~ There ain t no justice ! After slaving ;.agreed, after listening to As the school y.ar closes many tests "=~'=~=~"~=)'~=" over a hot stove all day what does the e and Gladys Swarthout. are being given in order to check the " ~ cook get ? Nothing but criticism. !s schgduled to sing at the progress o/f pupils as well as for,diag- I" w.u ct, ce,~u,~e . nestle purposes Last week the eighth ~f ~'~'~'~,~'~,' "~'2~'~,~'~ ~/ worse. A recent report from the tint Fagercises. From ttl~se. But in the Army it's~different---only s~ Poled on byihe'g" ; grade .took an algebra aptitude test,~'['f.".'~',~'~;~:: "~,~.~ [ South Pacific told ~f an official Order Fibich w~ chosen. "" " and a language "aptitude test. The re- ~[ ~'.m~"~,T,~u~,~w~I at one advanced Army base that pro- lestra enjoyed themselves suits of these tests will assist the ]~ ~'~t~'~t~ fit hib/ts any further cursing of the 'cook having a test; just one of counselor in planning programs for ~ ~' ~'J~ I either on or off duty~ a.Uted for the next few next year. Miss Jadwin's third grade ~,~ .-7'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.~ ] " But stopping theboys from thinking u.ng the arrival of gradua- was given a test in reading. N ~ '~r"'~ '~ $."~. ) ~ what they think about the cook is ~teces are to be played byA tentative registration for pupils in ~'-I ~-'g t~'~77 something else. a~these are the pieces thegrades nine to twelve is being made ~ W~,~ / = zN vo vm'roav .as been having tests on. this week by Miss Gross. The sched- ~~'/--~ DRUGGISTS EXCEED QUOTA : St:l.I A I"I S u|e of classes will then be drawn up ~:.i '/ OLARSHIP DITCH~ DAY for the school t~r~i Ig44-45. ~ Druggists of Southern .~alifornia are -" being congratulated, b.y th,~. Treasu'ry E~i.rk, Carol Butler WinifredA "mousery" is the unusual business ;' ' War Finance. Commlttee for having d'~me Eber and 'Miss Hill that is putting money into the pockets .~mevan, cap~tot,o [ tne ~s syfmn: ed exceeded theii- million-dollar quota in ~laat Middle Beach last week,of Albert Jurack in the village of Pack- .ptre, tounaea oy ~snur, w~ y u a special War Bond drive during the t at-y' at ten o'clock to bask in waukee, Wis Each week from 1,000 to: tn o~o o. ~ month of April. 1,500 white mice are shipped to pharm- The campaign, which had as its ob- " a~plaYcelebrat hookey from schoolt aceutical laboratories all over the Unit- ~nrougn oDemence team t.~tmmanu, jective, the financing of a n 'dern 13ay ed the Scholarsh p ed States. ' -- Army "mercy train" for transporting w~ indulged, in. at one of the wounded war veterans to hospitals, retrains ~ ' ,~ FrankE. Morgensola, executive Secre- a,t)" : hen again ther w, as . ' ~ :" S T/t~ F F -- was termed an outstanding success. ~rV-~t.ng-up of the sunshine. Even Bet*y Wellander ~ry of 'the Souttiern California Retail a t~ " were included. EZ)ITOR " " tfikl~r, girls returned t~ schoolASxqOClAT~ ~DITOR : Joann Thom a[I Drnggists AssOciation, who directed t~l ~Y-'the~ r.eporttM-muelr sore- -,~ ADVI~ER~.~- -: miss x'xt the drive, said that sales reports still dl .s gns of. redenmg - R'F2.ORTr r,S ii Bud Hite, Irene Jordan, ablyare comingwill reachin and$1,500,000.that the total prob- ag eneved it was worth tli~ Marcia Lazar, Jean Long, Linda Lopez Emma Jean M.axwe!l, ~peration of local War Fifiance A H S B~ill Mead, Pete Rikalo, Pete Salamunovich, Bill Taylor, Kona~a Committees with the druggists was an I~LRMENTARY NEWS Whitcomb, Roger Upton. important factor in the drive's success, Mortenson pointed out. He also prais- and. fourtla grades are " E,DITORIAL And to add to all this confusion are ed the Bond buying patrons 6f the h.~ early days of Calif- " the Junior-Seuior Prom, the issuance drug stores for their wholehearted sup- of the Torqua, Graduation, Seniolr por;~ of the Campaign. ~i pil,s entered the class IT WON'T BE LONG Dinner, and Baccalaureate. Soyon Santa Barbara was credited with the n 'are Raymond Diane Potter. According to the calendar there are kids hadbdtter get rested up. "-.'- b%l s.'ales re orql, ha ving trip.~ its At this point I might say afew quota. Riverglde ~/fi.s s ecdfid" and of the six{h grade but 17 days left before school lets out, words which do not only apply to Bakersfield, third. Pasadeaa,;tanked writing the play for not countingweek-ends--HappY days~ your roving reporter, but to the rest of you students as well, and that is, to keep up the old morale. E ery year exercises. H S of Poland occured in ,1793 ; ttge third the country was divi= and Prussia. Among the joys of finishing up were the "Ditch Days," Senior High,~ Senior Class, and Scholarship. Those welcome , occasions when school is forgotten for a day, and the stt~dents enjo~loafing on the beaches of Little Harb6r, Ava- "". ~.*/ ;,~ Ion, ~and Fourth of Ju]y~ove-.> How- ~b0 B. CI glass v'esse s 6~'er, as a result of sunburn, warm over a core or weather, and that sickness that comes .sha Pe with tools; tt{en"" every year--Spring fever--everyone is was discovered. " finfit fro Work for days afterwards. first in sales in Los Angel~w-r65:mnty; Both local drng stores conducted a~n active campaign and assisted;mAterially in making it: possible for the,drive to be such an unqualified success. at this time everybody goes into a general ~,lump. All of you students --oN TO VIe"rORY -{igure that there are only a few more weeks till school lets out; so you "just drop everything and start loafing: . Rd neniber ltitt's; report cards haven't - . Noble blood isan acc de t of fortune : come out vet ("Ronb.ld "Wlfft.cbfnb. -" ~bble:a:ctaom characterizes the ~reat. Do you know that. Santa Catalina has one of the finest all-year ,eliniafes to be fonnd anywhet~