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June 3, 1931     The Catalina Islander
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JUNE 3, 1931 -- PAGZ FIVE C LA S S P R O B L E M S ~.~.~~.~.~.:~.~.~..~.~.~. ~~:~.~.~.~.~. ~;~'~:~;L: .~.'+.':~.~:~:~.~~~ '~the eighth grade ~ ss had an imaginary ~ estmentin stocks and ~edunder the date of .1'he individual losses tollows : Loss ............................. $ 2,731.68 " ......................... 8,063.51 " ........................... 4,179.(X) a.p .................. 2,554 01 s'lner ................... 1,945.35 had0 ........................... 917.00 ......................... 3,63&00 ............................ 2,011,87 Y .......................... 1,73000 ............................... 4,699.50 ............................ 4555.51 .......................... 16.887.00 ": ......................... 11,138.00 ~!eby . ............... 11,920.75 rbottom . .. 1,819.50 had $10~ in bonds Stocks with a total of bonds" ai d ,,one,,n &.H.S. ISAGE VEs IN THE Parents and teachers xx~ell pleased with lhe i bythe elementary . m language usage. ,~eslwepared during ave shown fine orog- '.nrnanshir~ and the use Ish. SUl~ervisors have com- yrk,.in langnage and h: mghly. The testing ~s Year also points to :s), .as the school has anci two months prog- ge USage. (/'he two i ~: above the normal to the teachers and ~e of their pupils. .H.~. lay the Scholarship So- Went .down by speed_ llll~ I ~ii~~~;~:;?~~! e?anthng for their an- ry One had a wonder- ' climbing and swim- "rare several stmburns rue day. Mr. Dunkle 'ladys Hobbs was in IIU eand Leta Bradley was n rood . Those attend- e Rassau, Charlotte . McGarry, Leta Mae L ELECTRIC YAnn Winterbottom, GENEI( a I~mna Schatan, Betty :I10Tr, Bob Dunkle, " " ~er, Donald Carpenter, ,v:t r. Dunkle. ~-H.s. s Our school shop to take a trip on ~terest of his Zepper- Will go to Akron, big Zeppelin under From there he will ton, D. C., where ~earcl: work. AIter takes him up into P one 133 607 Crescent Ave N. H., where ~.~~.q~..~.~~~ ... .. ... ..-._. ,.~~.~.~~g,~ Margaret will ac- journey, which auto. He plans to " Part (,f August. A.H.s. for the year was lish 10 on the sub- ;hment should be and Eric affirmative while s McKay were l)eakers. Katherine hairman for the a great deal audience which was given in fa- rather favored of view. H.S. Mrs. Calhoun's the third grade nt on Friday. Substituted for Miss absent from school It would be greatly appreciated if students would return to the library immediately any books found. At the end of the school year some students may be careless. We need the co- operation of all in our final checking of library books. Regardless of whose responsibility it may be, your assist- ance will be of value to t'he library. A,H.S, The fourth and fifth grades san!.* ill the amphitheatre for the Mem(wial Services. A.H.S. EXCHANGES Every room in Woodrov., Wilson High School at Long 13each ha~ a loud speaker, alld alnl()nllCclllel)ts are broadcast every mornim~ b3 the pr;tl- cipal from his office.. With the recent completion of pool and waterfall, the main features of the Japanese garden being built at Roosevelt tli~h Schod :nay be seen and the work laas become :~ mailer ,,f rontine. The pond and its sur,',)umiin~; offer a l~icturesqtle bit of Japa,~. Svmb,,lie fruit trees will lend their sha(!,,~s to tilt: water. The pond is painted a rich Nile green. Herbert Hoover High School m San l).iego received recentiv :t letter :lnd antog~ ;tl)h picture frc;m ['resident H~,over expressing his gratitude that the school was named for him. ..st magazine drive is now being e,n- dncted at Los Angeles High Scho~d. The magazines will be sent tc the Old Soldiers' Home at Sawtelle and the Orthopedic Hospital. A.H.S. One way to become acquainted with the people who live in Avalon is to read the Catalina Islander. Subscribe nOW. CRAB CHASERS Atttht,r : l-low are myquestions and answer books going? Book de;tier: 1 can't imagine, unless it's slat,p-lifters. l,ilyan McGarry : There goes the ugliest .uirl I ever saw in nay life. Helene Rassau: Hnsh, honey, you f(wget y,*urself. Edna Henson D~* you know how to run a newspaper? Florence Johnson: No, dear. Edna Henson: Well, I'll try yon, 1 gtless you've had experience. lit lit ~ II Carrie Vera: Do you think there is any chance of my getting my poem3 in your magazine ? Jane Dowdle: There may be. I shan't live forever. A.H.Oi. Our Adlet Column helps. Try it.