Mr. E. B. Wetherow, a well known
school man of lndiana, was chosen to fill
the vacancy of Mr. Watt, who was given
an indefinite leave of absence. We are
very honored to have a man such as he
for our new superintendent.
Mr. Wetherow took over his new
duties on lanuary 13. He has proved to
be a great help to us.
The office remains the same and all
school affairs are running smoothly with
his able assistance.
Mr. Bust is finishing his fourth year
in Noblesville as principal of our high
He has been a person whom the stu-
dents trusted and would go to on busi-
ness or maybe just a friendly chat.
Mr. Bust worked very faithfully and
served our school to his utmost ability.
He has always placed uppermost the wel-
fare of the entire student body.
Our School Board is composed of
three business men selected by the city
council. The superintendent is elected to
be the executive officer of the Board.
which meets the first Tuesday of every
The Board has been very busy for
the last few months. They have many
tasks to perform for the welfare of the
school. Some of their duties are the em-
ployment of all teachers, the responsibility
of managing the school, and the purchase
of new supplies.
The officers of the School Board are
as follows: President, Archie L. Kinzer:
Secretary, Clifton Coca: Treasurer, H.
Norris Cottingham, and Clerk, Alice Wild.
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The people who elect to take speech
the last semester of the senior year real-
ize that the question is not whether they
are going to speak or keep silent: but
rather HOVJ they are going to speak-
well or ill. Such a class is usually com-
posed of two typesp those who enjoy
speaking and grasp every opportunity
for experience, and those who realize their
own need for improvement.
The course is introduced with
a study of voice and a recording
is made so that the student can hear
his own voice. lt is a general prac-
tice to have each student on his feet ev-
ery other day. The senior play centers at-
tention around drainatics for several
weeks, but the last days are spent on
kinds of informal speeches a person may
need to use at any time. Each student has
responded to the common need for better
speech and has taken a step forward in a
genuine spirit of friendliness.
What book do you want? May we
help you get it?
Our librarians are well trained. For
one-half credit a semester they are re-
quired to take periodic tests and keep a
well-ordered library. Their special duties
are to mend books and magazines, get
them ready for the shelves, catalog them,
and check the shelf lists. Miss Mary
Campbell is head librarian and advisor
to the capable assistants.
A new project instituted this year
was the St. Patricks Day tea. The public
librarian, Miss Lulu Miesse, and a mem-
ber of the faculty were guests speakers.
Invitations were issued to the faculty and
one fellow student of each librarian. It is
hoped that this will set a precedent for
future events to center social as well as
business interests around our library.
The Latin Club, sponsored by Miss
Wood, is an extra curricular activity dev
signed to give interesting and valuable
information. Material not discussed in
class is touched upon in the club meetf
ings. A program is planned for each
This year Noblesville l-ligh School
was very fortunate in again being repref
sented in the County Latin Contest. Kay
McLaughlin and Mary Ruth l-larnish
placed first and second respectively to
advance to the District Latin Contest.
The officers of the club this year are:
Consuls, Paul Robinson and Martha
Kaiser: Scribe, Mary Ruth l-larnishy Quaesf
tor, Bill Buck.
French as Cf part of the curriculum
was introduced two years ago. lt is a
favorite language in the school.
ln the beginning, French stories
are read and words studied. Many of the
stories demonstrate a new language rule.
Others are historical anecdotes of great
interest. At the end of each unit the stu-
dents study interesting landinarks and
great men of France.
The distinct twang of the French lan-
guage is studied. This peculiarity sets the
language off as distinctive and beautiful,
As in the English language so in
French, parts of speech and tense must be
studied, understood and remembered.
Conjugation of verbs is extended from
the beginning course.
ln advanced French a novel was stud-
ied, "Without a Family." This project was
much enjoyed by the class, and proved
a great impetus to the study of the lan-
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