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French and Latin Club
flat Row?-Howard Murray, Emerson Rugh, Robert Wiedenian, Rlgsael Schmollinger, Raymond Schlegel, Chris-
topher Cameron, Glenn Sonnedecker, Wayne Orr, Leonard uwa ter.
12nd Row!--Harold Henry, Miss Burgoon, Margaret Sykes, Hazel Metz, Verda Metz, Marjorie Wriglit, Lorna Mu-
maw, Florence Krause, Relcla Scholl, Thelma Lehman.
Grd Ruwl-Lavonne Benjamin, Helen Beck, Anna Smith, Zetta Shanlcland, Grace Grnnder, Margaret Ganu, Dur-
nthy Gantz, Rena Feeman, Eileen Fetzer, Betty Myers, Edna Glienx.
The French and Latin Cluh organizccl in the fall with a mcmlwcrsliip of tw-siityl
lictty Myers, prcsidciitg LaVoniic Bciijamiii, secretary: Vcrda Metz, trcasurcr.
We chose grccn and white as our clulw colors and Lily of the Valley as our flowcr,
with Miss Burgooii as adviser.
lii March tht- cluh spmism-cd a high sclinul St. l'at1'icl4's Day party which was ai
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llsl Row?-Hamer Nliller, Christopher Canwron, Roy Ainstun, Harold Henry.
tlnd Row?-Robert Thompson, Glenn Sunnedecker, Hazel Metz, Leonard Showalter, Miss Cahill.
The Question: Resolved that the U. S, should adopt the essential features of
the British system ol' radio operation and control.
The Affirmative team was eomposed of Christopher Cameron, Glenn Sonne'
deelter, and Harold Henry with Rohert Thompson as Alternateg the Negative team
of Leonard Showalter, Homer Miller and Roy Amstut: with l'la:el Met: as alternate.
Although we made mueh preparation and held a praetiee dehate early in the
season. we were eliminated from league eompetition hy the elosing of sehool heeause
nl- the searlet fever epidemic,
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C. H. S. Diary 1933-34
'T -School hegins.
S Seniors entertain Sophomores with oodles of weiners. juniors entertain Freshmen
li Entertainment compliment returned.
18512 f Getting ready for the fair.
27 School hoard gives us permission to go to the fair.
QS Co to fair without permission. Did you get the Plymouth?
29 -We went to the fair again sans permission. We didn't get the Ford, either.
6 Senior class play was chosen, 'kHere Comes Charlie."
13 Final tryfouts for the Senior class play.
Q4 Junior Class gave Chapel program.
26 High school sponsored a Hallowelen party.
27 Hurrah! We get a vacation for one day. Teachers went to Cleveland.
28 Seniors present Chapel program. The annual staff was appointed.
2 Florence and Betty were chosen as cheer leaders.
3 Raymond Huhacher caused a great commotion in the Study Hall hy spilling :
hag of peanuts.
7s fChapell Rev. Clanaham gave a line sermon and special music hy Mr. Vyfilliamson
10 Mr. Dancey gave a very interesting talk, saying nothing ahout the cheer leaders
i3 Class Play cast enjoyed a steak supper and drunken hrawl in the Home Ee
lo 7-- State intelligence test.
IS High School Day at Vxfooster Campus.
21 Homer fell asleep in P. A. D. Class. Out too late again!
22 High School graded intelligence tests.
'23 Several memhers of the Senior Play Cast made an enjoyahle trip to Wcmrlster.
24-25 - Senior Class Play.
27 Seniors get their proofsg what mugs!
ZS High School pictures were taken for the Annual.
29 Thanksgiving vacation starts. Donlt eat too much turkey.
5 Chapel program fRev. Stockham.
6 Rest of the pictures for the Annual were taken.
R First haskethall game at Big Prairie. Creston hrings home the hacon.
I3 'Gym schedule started,
I6 French and Latin Cluh sponsored a Bunco Party.
18 ParentfTeachers meeting.
22 Last day of school hefore the holidays.
23 Christmas vacation! Santa Claus comes to sec us.
2 Vacation comes to an end. Five months of hard work ahead.
3 M1'. Frey gave visitors a hawling out.
S Chapel. Rev. Bohnert.
l1f1'2 fMidfyear exams. Wlieyxf! were they hard!
I7 All the way to three people passed French exam. Wti wonder why.
IS Miss Cahill wears her new reflectors.
23 Seniors give temperance program.
26 Some sadflooking faces, grade cards were given out for the third time.
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