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NOV. 18, 1937 PAGE ELEVEN h School Sugar Loaf from Page 4, Col. 4) PRINT BRINGS ELEMENTARY REACTIONS Rex has on display in the li- a block print which was made Bishop. The design is of a sitting with his dog. Rex asked the students of the fifth, and sixtll grades to use lnaagination and write a story what they thought the little boy Because no two people, at the same object ever think thoughts, some very differeut stories were written. Rinehart, a student in the grade, imagiued the boy as from Holland, and wrote this eSting story : Jack, I just came from Hol- love my (tog. 1 am sad be- e I have to give my" (tog away. I always be louesome. aning that tile little boy lived Bud Hite, a fifth grader, this : was a boy who lived in Ire- His uame was To:nmv. He was gay boy, but one day' 1.e was because he wanted a dog. down to the beach aud found Under a tree. He sat there and thinking. \hen he got go honte there was a stray" dog him..Tomnty took him home him good and had him ever .sixth grade is well represeuted story which was written by Ginnett : Once In the Long Ago '- m the Ion:: ago in a little fish- llage lived 'a bob" called Hans. Ly he was feeling very bad, so his little dog Fritz. "Come we'll go for a walk in the their romance didn't last long for Dick had just returned from the mainland. ~/he next thing wc knew, that little dare-devil, Dean R. had Dick on a string. \~. ell, \ve hope Dlaua will soon bring herseli out L,I the cold, aud we wout be at all surprised if the one who comes in after nor will be none other than that well knowu Mr. 52. Just to keep you m suspense we'll tell you next week who he is and his real name.--The Island ~Vinchell Col- 1.111111. Our Movie Nomination--All Baba Goes to Town--don't miss this. Dad's Last \Vords--How you've grown; it used to be a nickel-- A. H. S. GRADES ACTIVITIES Speeches about Horace Manu and some of his quotations are being worked on by sixth grade students to be glveu in a program celebratiug Pubnc Schools ~'eeek. A toy shop for Christmas! What could be :norc iuterestiug at this tinte of year? The Kindergarten children have the right idea but instead of "do- ing theia Christmas shoppiug early", they are luaking their Christntas gifts eariv. Presents for themselves and their brothers and sisters iuciudc hobby-horses, paper dolls, stuffed oil- cloth toys, airplanes, trucks, and drums, l/or the parents, the secret, is not out yet, but all kiuds of pleasant surprises will be made for them. Work on tile conting four bell mo- tion picture, "The Gingerbread Mau" is progressing rapidly H1 the Ameri- camzatlon room. ~l'he stars have turned their many talents to making the stage curtains and have finished the designs on these necessary parts of a stage. Plans for out-door scen- ery aud the iuterioP of a house are being discussed. Not mauy more IT COMES TO ALL The quarter came, and students knew 'Twas now the time to fret and stew. It was no use, tt, try and bribe The teacher, whose sharp prying eyes Would interrupt your every glance That of course, But just by chance. The tests were tough, And for too much. You (lid your best but it wasu't enough. You hoped and prayed you'd pass to "D", You fainted when it was a "B"; So uow you brag" and boast of it,- It wasn't hard, You knew every bit. But don't forget-- a few tnore weeks D/ill find you once again, Just as nteek. --B. H. ~. H. S. Last Tuesday night, November 16, the first Pep Rally of the season was held. The school catnpus raug with voices of young and old. The main .~w~ events of "the evening were speeches by "Tiny" Piper, Coach Smith aud first team captain, Silas Hathaway. The high school's songs and yells were sung also. Refreshments of hot dogs and punch were served from the cafe- teria. A good time was enjoyed by all. A. H. S, HISTORY CLASS TURNS IN SEMESTER NOTEBOOKS The U. S. History class has turned in notebooks on the period up to the administratiou of George Washington. Each member of the class has chosen . they- weeks will pass before this production some special project for his book, all right, and away b As soon as the5' go,~ there tihl~ will be shown to tire eagerly awaiting such as, Pictures of the Times they oy was lonesome, think ' fans, are studying, Stamps pertaining to on this log," he said. So down and his dog. Suddenlv he how strange this place ~s. He never seen anything like it before. tas lost and he knew it. After he began to grow sleepy. He around to find a good place to Just as he turned ar~lnd he large bear ! There was a ttoise ,yoke up, safe and souud in of thi~ had been a dream! A. H, ~, DIPPY DOINGS -~rpts from this week's juciest Dear Elinor, l thought you : like Howard, still you go out him. At least you can practice you preach. If" he doesn't waut out with me 1 wish to hcck he tell me. Bab B.--He says he 0 out school nights yet he can t you. I guess we all tell lies-- lo's confused. Did we not hear A. H. $. HOTEL EDUCATIONAL The Home Manage:nent Class and tile 8th grade girls journeyed to the St. CatherineHotel Friday, Nov. 5. The manager, Mr. Stanley, was more thau gramous in extending the privi- lege of a complete excursion through the hotel. The classes saw much per- taining to art and homemaking and also general science. The girls have urged Miss Robinson to be taken again to see more of the suites and bedrooms which she agreed to do. A. H. S. LETTEI~MEN'S CLUB The Lettermen's Club met last Tuesday evening, November 9, at the high school gym building and elected new officers for the vear as follows: this time, or the History of Automo- biles, Trains, or Costumes. Some ntembers of the class have started on the next project, which is the making of a chart of the United States Government. This consists of the uame of each president, his cabi- net, Supreme Court Justices, and our senators and district representatives to Congress. It also includes the pro- cedure by which they get their jobs and their work in running our govern- illent. Summoned to "Reinforce the Tro- jau Horse", thirty thousand Univer- sity of Southern California alumni are expected to return to the Trojan cam- pus to leud support to their team and nniversity during the annual Home- conting Week, November 29 to De- cember 4. The American Red Cross has pur- chased medical and surgical supplies to equip three 500-bed hospital units and these are now on their way to China for the relief of the sick" and injured of all nationalities. Quick purchases in San Francisco and other American markets followed the action of the Central Connnittee at Washing- toil, voting $1(/t),0(K) for me(tical sup- plies and hospital services in China. "O UNITED STATES POST OFFICE Inconfing mail reaches Postoffice at 12:30 p.m. Outgoing mail closes at 3:3'0 p.m. The Post Office is open daily except Saturday mornings and holidays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays the Office will be open from 12 noon until 4 p.m. Regular holiday hours will be observed and time of opening dis- played in the Lobby of the Postoffice. James B. Ogden, Postmaster. Isld STEAMER SCHEDULE Effective Monday, September 20, 1937 The following steamer schedule will he in effect between Wilmington, California, and Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California: GOING SCHEDULE Lv. Los Angeles (via P. E. Ry.) 9:00 A.M. Lv. Long Beach (via P. E. Ry.) 9:25 A.M. Lv. Wilmington (via steamer) 10:00 A.M. Ar. Avalon (via steamer) 12:10 P.M. RETURN SCHEDULE Lv. Avalon (via steamer) 4:15 P.M. Ar. Wilmington (via steamer) 6:30 P.M. Ar. Long Beach (via P. E. Ry.) 6:55 P.M. Ar. Los Angeles (via P. E. Ry.) 7:30 P.M. (Wilmington Transportation Company re- serves the right to ,-.hange steamers and sailing schedules without notice.) AIRPLANE SCHEDULE Effective November 1 to November 24, Inc. Leave ~.eave Wilmington Avalon 10:15 a.m. * 7:45 a.m. 4:30 D.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:48 Sundays and holidays C. tell Bab B. if she cottldu't beater than Howard H. she Stay home ? Gossip--Alice Lee got the jit- :~-rmistice Assemblyl The Pres. ring a sour-face; that rc~mauce been just a Hallowe'en Cheer Leader Peggy K. ~o excited at a game--applause go to those scrappy second rs. Miss Foote slugs polmlar ep, hep while breakfasting. Best years, to have a cheeriug sec- Our mainland games. Gals, ou noticed Jimmy Greig ?- Taylor? Si H. is turn- a great doodler (he scrib- he. .applause in assemblies isu't Pmug--are bands so heavv ?-- s are scheduled for the Christ- geant--Hurray and congrats, g is rapidly lg the major cantpus sport-- rter writes S. F. is swell-- Tuesday was fun--the real "~Choice o} the boys bv Ma- .~s that tall Si H.--Billv K, quit lag. ArleneC. has her" goal set ~at some-what handsome How- ~-kly Didoes, by Diana B.: She -'en left out in the cohl again. eight her first heart ~s Turp H., she dropped hitn G. who left her f,w the main- ek C. was theu in line, but Jack Harriugtou, lJresideut ;John Marincovich, vice-president ;Silas Hathaway, secretaries Jack Carson, treasurer. Coach Smith is also a member and will act as a sub-sponsor, there being no real sponsor, initia- tions are being planned for the pros- pective members who are eligible by obtaining a letter in athletics last year. It will be a very active orgaui- zation this year with many interest- ing events planued and all :nembers are expected to cooperate. The events planued will include ditmers, over- night hikes and trips by boat. The regular meetings will be hehl approxi- mately once a week at different nletn- bers' houses each thne. A. H. S. SHOP CHANGES CLASSES The quarter is now drawing to a close aud all of the shop classes are cotning along very nicely. They are all endeavoring to get their work in on time. There are quite a number of nut bowls being made, sonic of which are being finished and others just be- ing started. They are beiug made of mahogany, piue, and gum. The seventh grade has chauged into a differeut type of work now. Some will do metal work and sonte wood- work. The metal shop i.~ doing very well and a number of students have just finished metal magazine racks. Additional service .will be operated when traffic warrants between the sckedliled times of the last morning trip and first afternoon trip Tickets on reservations for trips from ~Vil- tningto to Avalon must be taken t p at the ~,Vilnrington airport 15 - minutes before scheduled plane departure. Tickets on reservations for trips Avalon to Wilmington must be taken up at Avalon two hours before scheduled plane depar. ture. (Wilmington-Catallna Airline, Ldt., reserves the right to change airplane schedules with. o out notice.) Sell Catalina--Buy Avalon .~e~...:.."." ...... :..~.:~~ ~~u~$~i~i~i~N~l~~~i~i~H~u~u~ --=- m OFFICE PHONE 81 RESIDENCE ])IIONE 81 Your Family Physician * DR. FREDERICH JOHN PERSKF_. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OSTEOPATH, CHIROPRACTOR HEILN'IA. TREATED BY INJECTION ~[ETttOD VARICOSE VEINS, RECTAL DISORDHRS ! 517 CRESCENT AVENUE OFFICE I[OURS: 10 TO 1:2; 1 TO 5, AND BY .~PPOINT2,IENT ~M~u~[[~~~~$~~~~ EVERY BANKING SERVICE Savings, Commercial, Trust, Drafts, Collections Resources Over $500,000,000 MEm"E. Iff-]FI R I IA'I IONAL FE OE. T' SERVE FEDERAL DI~POIlIT INSURANCE FUND ~ B.~NK OF IdO~.JkNGELEI~ "v'=+'r'E"' CATALINA ISLAND BRANCH W. J. Laurin, Manager SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS