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THE DEBATE TEAM
Eldd Martin '33 Hirnes Bolinger '34
Bruce Evons '34 lames Murphy '34
Della Sornerville'33--Alternate Verna Byron '33--Alternate
Faculty Adviser -- Miss Oddi
The Debate Club went into action early in February in an attempt to comprehend,
dissect, and solve the question---"l2esolvecl that at least one halt ol: all state and local
revenue should be derived From sources other than tangible property."
Here we have duelled with the toil ot eloquence, lanced with the rapier oF truth,
and parried with the blade ot sagacity.
ln the Forensic League eliminations For the northern part ot Cambria County, our
team was very successful, winning nine ot the ten debates. Among the schools com-
peting wereg Hastings, Vintondale, Spangler, Wilmore and Nanty-Glo. ln the County
eliminations we were defeated by the Ferndale l-ligh School.
But we've enjoyed it all,
James Murphy '34
PUBLlC SPEAKING CLUB
President Mondula lohns
Secretary Mary lane Davis
Faculty Adviser -- Miss Fleming
Although our club is small, fwe have only Five membersj, we have a high aim and
we worlc to attain it. We aim, to express it briefly, to learn to "speak well", and, in
learning, we Find it necessary to compose many speeches, fdelighttul little thingsii, and
to give them in assembly. Wife don't lcnovv which ot the two tortures is the worstll
But we really don't mind the work, For each ot us is striving to be one ot the two
chosen to represent the school in the Forensic Oratorical Contest. Various Faculty
members will be the judges ot our ettorts, and may they be lenient!
Pfiiifp Bfough '36
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TRI I-Il -Y CLUB
President Hlice Marie Dorr
Vice-President Ccitharine Gardner
Secretory lda Mary Long
Flssistant Secretory Dorothy Liphart
Treasurer . Myrd lune Banlcin
UR club, again this year, consisted of fourteen student members and four
faculty advisers, ond we again had our abode in the high school building.
But, in other respects, We feel that this year has been an exciting and en-
tirely different one.
ln the first place, we hove further glorified our club room with the addition
of a marvellous cupboard. Qur new green benches, after hoving been tested by
the foot ball sguad, Were olso found guite serviceable and decorative.
ln order to purchase these desirdble articles of furniture, it was necessary
for us to pass many Weary hours selling candy to teachers at lnstitute, Then, too,
this year We instituted the practise of collecting dues in order to increase the
We became interested, in the course of this eventful year, in a vocational
book, 'lCc1reers",Which we read zealously at eoch meeting. Moreover, We gave
an assembly program that met with the approval of even several students! We have
not lived in vain!
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President Catharine Gardner
Secretary Mondula lohns
Librarian loseph Singer
Director -a Mr. Williams
The Mixed Chorus is the Girls' Glae Club with a slight male element. lNo
offense meant. The boys really do the most practisingj
As unusual as it may seem, the girls took part in a minstrel, The audience
evidently approved of the idea.
We were hosts and hostesses to the Portage and Westmont music groups in
combined concerts. We were also invited to Spangler and Westmont to join in
The Mixed Chorus made a long, hard trip to Pittsburgh to broadcast over
KDKH. fYou may thinlc Mr. Williams had the hard part, endeavoring to Hkeep
track" of sixty-two Hyoungstersn in the big, big city.l
May we add that We, much as the Girls' Glee Club, also strive to please Mr.
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