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L HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS
SPonsored by Dr. J. N. Cross
FIELD TRIP IN BIOLOGY
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7 School opened
17 Freshman Party
Beginning of Bond Drive
22 End of Bond Drive
29 Halloween Party
7 Prince of Peace
12 Fall Festival
9 Junior High Play:
Senior High Play:
'Let Me Come Back'
22 Christmas Cantata
25 Christmas Party
19 Beginning of Paper Drive
14 Valentine Party
29 P.T.A. Party
17 End of Paper Drive
21 Junior-Senior Play
12 Junior-Senior Banquet
25 Class Day and School
27 Alumni Banquet
The Union High School puts
out a monthly paper which is
called the Unisonian. The arti-
cles in this paper are written by
the high school students about
various activities in the school
and community. There is also an
editorial of general interest.
The paper is typed on stencils by
the second year typing class.
The cover is different each month
and made suitable for various
happenings in the month. The
picture is made by students of
the high school.
OUR WAR BOND DRIVE
Last September the Student
Council sponsored a War Bond
Drive. It was conducted in the
form of a contest which began
September 17, and ended October
22. As previously planned, the
losing team, the Bombardiers,
arranged a Halloween Party for
the victors, the Commandoes, on
During the contest we sold
32,100 in bonds and stamps.
Continued sales were made until
December 7, on which date the
schools were asked to submit a
statement to the U. S. Treasury
Department as to the amount of
bonds sold. Union School had
sold 54,700 worth of bonds with
which it purchased two land Jeeps
and one amphibian jeep. we now
have a citation from the United
States Treasury Department stat-
ing the successful results of our
SCRAP PAPER DRIVE
The Juniors and Seniors at
hit on the
to put the
having an informal
one afternoon. Bob
idea of a scrap paper
next morning a very
went into the office
idea before our Prin-
readily agreed. From
January 19 to March 17, everyone
scoured all nooks and crooks from
basement to attic in search of
paper. We had 5,000 pounds, an
average of 85 pounds per person.
Each home room was a team in this
contest. We found the percentage
basis worked the best because of
the unequal distribution of
pupils in the home rooms. The
contest ended with a Saint Pat-
r1ck's Day party, March 17. A
plaque was given as prize to the
home room with the most pounds of
paper per pupil.
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