Farmington High School - Knights in Review Yearbook (Farmington, MO)
- Class of 1945
Page 1 of 70
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'The home ec girls will help is almost a slogan at F H S Some of the
1944-45 helpful activities were serving a luncheon for the Pan American guest
teachers and our faculty, making cookies for the Red Cross Blood Bank serving
the Board of Education members and their wives when the teachers formally open
ed the re-decorated lounge, making costumes for the programs, especially the
Christmas pageant and making Christmas toys The girls enjoyed the party
which they gave for their mothers, making fruit cakes, the Christmas party,
May morning breakfast, and serving meals to each other The Jar Foods Conser
vation Program has been followed
THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR AND GLEL CLUB
The High School A Cappella Choir, organized eight years ago, meets four
periods each leek for one half unit of credit The membership, selected by
try out, this year includes eighteen boys and twenty six girls, sixteen of whom
are seniors The choir has been the outstanding musical organization Besides
regular school activities, each year it has given a program for the Rotary
Club, participated in the County Music Festival, and presented a spring con
cert The repertoire includes music of all periods, from polyphonic to modern,
and ranges in difficulty from three to eight parts
A girls' glee club of about fifty voices meets two periods each week for
one fourth unit of credit The glee club combines with the choir to present
the year's outstanding musical program, the annual operetta
DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS
The High School Drum and Bugle corps, organized in 1936, was originally
sponsored by the school and the American Legion Since that time it has served
those organizations and the community by performing as a marching unit for the
Ozark Jubilees at Poplar Bluff, Missouri, for the tuberculosis ball games in
St Louis, for football and basketball game and recently for parades connec
ted with war activities, The instrumentation at present includes four tenor
drums, seven street drums, t o pairs of cymbals two bass drums, four baritone
bugles, and twelve regular bugles
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT ACTIVITIES
Culture what the people do to improve themselves is the purpose of E D
Club It was organized October 10, 1944, by eleven members who might be called
the intelligentsia of Farmington High echool When a contest is introduced
among the pupils in F H S , there is enthusiasm and cooperation The out
standing essay contests this year were sponsored by the Missouri Medical
Association and the American Legion Auxiliary In the field of poetry nineteen
entries were submitted to the A A U W contest.
The speech class helped to bring information about the War Bond and Red
Cross drives by making short talks to the different schools and clubs in town.
The boys in Mechanical Drawing have finished their Orthographic Projec-
tion, and Isometric and Cabinet Projection and are now busy working out floor
plans, elevations, and details in Architectural Drawing. The boys in wood-
working have made numerous useful articles for the home, but have shown special
interest in their miniature house which is unfinished in order to show plainly
each step in house construction. The boys all agree, when their project is
finished, that they know how a house should be built even if they never build
one of their own.
Buying War Bonds and Stamps, giving to the Junior and Senior Red Cross,
contributing to the War Chest, helping to save paper, working in stores, on
farms, in private homes are all a part of the F. H. S. War effort.
In January another star was added to Our-Schools-at-Har-Flag because more
than 901 of our students purchased War Bonds and Stamps every month of the
first Semester. To March, 39,655.72 had been invested in War Bonds and Stamps.
Since this amount equalled the cost of an amphibian truck and jeep, a sponsor-
ship panel with the name and address of the Farmington Schools was placed on
each. We are participating in 'Our Favorite Hero-Adapted Heron plan. Our fav-
orite hero is Lieutenant Jim Horton, and our adopted hero a bed patient at
O'Reilly Hospital, Springfield, Missouri. The Farmington Schools were among
the first to buy Har Bonds and Stamps regularly with 1005 Home Room participa-
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