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Page 19 text:
THE WORK OF THE COMMISSIONS fCont'd,
assemble, staple, and distribute the Bulldog, which is issued bi-weekly.
When called upon, the group also handles publicity for school affairs.
The Boys' Welfare Commission arranged a Father-Son Banquet on
December 15 and a Mother-Son Banquet on May 9. Both of these events were
well attended and much appreciated. The LaVerne College Quartet came to
Fremont for an assembly program at the invitation of this group. The boys
also sponsored a noon indoor tournament and attempted a model airplane
contest, which was dropped for lack of entries. One of the most important
activities of the year was the issuing of'aihletic equipment during the noon
hour. Mr. Montz is advisor for the Boys' Welfare Commission.
Miss Hoyer's Girls' Welfare Commission had a full year. Doris McKinney
served as commissioner until illness made it necessary for her to resign,
Pattie Strange then assumed the position. The girls started activities by
making and distributing HGet-Acquaintedn Tags, which the art classes
decorated. Then 115 pompoms were made for the first conference football
game. They were sold almost at cost, for the purpose was to give color and
life to the occasion.
As is customary, the commission sponsored an after-school party for
girls, the Mother-Daughter and Father-Daughter Banquets, which were very
successful, and an assembly, which this year was a Hallowe'en assembly. The
speaker discussed the tradition of the holiday and girls' opportunities for
setting standards of fun. The last event of the year was a tea on May 28 for
tenth grade girls, at which Miss Ethel Allen, dean of girls of Pomona High
School, talked about the new vistas which lie before the girls.
The Girls' Athletic Commission, which is made up of four members
selected from each grade by the commissioner andtemrnr-in charge, has several
duties. This year it took charge of after-school and noon tournament games,
of a play day after school, and of awards for points. It has been proposed
that next year the commission organize a club composed of girls chosen from
those who have attained at least the first award.
The Junior Red Cross Commission, which is sponsored by Mrs. Douglas,
is the school's service organization. Regularly throughout the year these
students appeal to the school for contributions of various kinds. Some of
these things are ready for sending to those whose lives will be cheered by our
thoughtfulnessg other contributions are used by the group for making gifts.
The calendar for 1940-41 follows:
October - Junk Drive
November - Thanksgiving offering
December - christmas stockings for Marine
Hospital, San Diego
January - Hmarch of Dimesu
February - Valentines for tubercular patients
at Van Velser Sanitorium,
March - Easter favors for tubercular patients
at Van Velser Sanitorium, Baldwin Park
April - Good Will assembly, and exhibit of
treasures from many lands
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Boys' and Girls' Welfare Commissions
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