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Page 14 text:
The Gypsy Caravan was ready to begin
another year. On September the seventh
they all gathered at the old camping
grolund QN.P.H.S.J to start on the beaten
The Gypsy Bulldogs fthe football boysl
had crept up to the council fire a week
before the rest with Ivan Wilson as their
chiefg the Gypsy Bullpups showed as much
enthusiasm as the older ones. Other tribes
got their heads over the council fire. The
Girl Reserves, with Marguerite Rathman
as their chieftess and the Hi-Y with Horace
Crosby as their chief, were in full swing
by the end of September. Melvin Bailar
was chosen chief of the senior tribe and
Bonnie Breternitz as chieftess of the jun-
15 Professor and Mrs. Miller of Win-
chester, England, gave a short talk
on their experiences in Africa and
16 The Bulldogs played first football
game with Maywood and won with
a score of 67-0.
22 Rae Wilson, James Hagerty and
LaVerne Weeks were selected as
cheer leaders at the assembly by the
23 The football team journeyed to Cur-
tis and beat their opponents 10-0.
25 Another victory! The Bulldogs beat
5 Dr. McAfee lectured to the students
on the conditions in the Orient.
7 The Bulldogs played their first night
iciogball at Kearney and beat them
14 Football boys p l a y e d Lexington
Minute Men and were victorious
with a score of 6-0.
20 A large pep rally was held at the
Paramount theatre with Paschal
Stone acting as master of cere-
monies, afterwards the students
marched through the streets to the
Franklin Auditorium where a huge
bonfire was burned.
21 The Gypsy Bulldogs played Gothen-
burg, winning 14-0.
26 Football boys played Cambridge and
beat them 77-0. Had Hallowe'en
assembly and got out at noon to
attend football game.
26-7-8 Teachers' convention.
1 Russian Singers, directed by Madame
Slavinansky, offered folk songs.
4 Memorial assembly in honor of
Sousa. Played McCook and beat
7 The high school band turned out to
greet President Hoover.
11 Armistice Day assembly. School
took up at eight o'clock in order
to attend football game at Cozad.
The score was 33-0.
18 Played Sidney and beat 27-0.
23 Thanksgiving assembly and pep as-
24 At last the State Championship
game between the Gypsy Bulldogs
and Lincoln High. Lincoln won 13-0.
28 Girl Reserves sponsored Bess Gear-
heart Morrison in "Freedom."
2 Raymond Vedder and Ida Payne
Yates gave an assembly of music
3 Girl Reserves luncheon. Junior and
senior bands gave a band concert.
8-9 Junior Class presented "Three Suns
15 Hi-Y held Christmas luncheon in
16 The Bulldogs played opening basket-
gala game with Ogallala and won
21 Christmas assembly featured the play
"Why the Chimes Rang." School
:yas dismissed for Christmas vaca-
Page 13 text:
I Q A L
Top Row: Horace Crosby, Richmond Birge, Charles Bohart, Donald Tucker. Claude Faulkner,
Second Row: Marguerite Rl?-Ltllfllilll, Louise Hollman, Louise Str-nuer, Edith Rector, Zoe Parks,
Alice Gilbert, Erma Bauer.
Bottom Row: Katherine Hendy, Beryl Forward, Betty Williams, Ruth Jodcr, Ella Welch, Irene
Pierson, Lola Stevens, Mary Jane Munger.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The four cardinal principles of the
National Honor Society are: scholarship,
leadership, character, and service.
This society was created by a group of
high school principals to correspond .to
the Phi Beta Kappa society in universities
and colleges. The emblem of the society
consists of a keystone and a flaming
torch. The keystone bears the letters
S.L.C.S.'which stand for the four prin-
ciples which were mentioned above.
The National Honor Society of North
Platte High School is a member of the
some one thousand chapters now in ex-
istence. This is the fourth year of the
existence of such an organization in North
Platte High School. The first group was
organized in 1930. Only seniors who are
chosen from the upper third of their
class are eligible to belong to the National
Honor Society. At the beginning of the
school year 1932 there were forty-one
members on the list of the National Hon-
or Society in North Platte High School.
A committee of faculty members was
appointed the first semester for the pur-
pose of selecting the candidates to the
society. The following students were ap-
proved by the entire faculty: Richmond
Birge, Horace Crosby, Claude Faulkner,
Alice Gilbert, Katherine Hendy, Louise
Hollman, Ruth Joder, Mary Jane Munger,
Marguerite Rathman, Louise Stenger, and
Paschal Stone. These new members were
entertained at a banquet at which the
faculty were present.
The second semester a committee of
eight teachers chose ten more members
from the upper third of the class: Erma
Bauer, Charles Bohart, Beryl Forward,
Zoe Parks, Irene Pierson, Edith Rector,
Lola Stevens, Donald Tucker, Ella Welch,
and Betty Williams.
At a special assembly in the middle of
the second semester the twenty-one new
members of the organization were for-
mally initiated. At that time five of the
former members talked on the purpose
and principles of the society.
At a later date the informal initiation
of those people elected to the society in
the second semester was held. A dinner
for the entire North Platte organization
is to be held in the early part of the
summer. At this time officers for the
coming year will be elected. Ruby Mc-
Kain acted as president this year. She
gave much of her time to the advance-
ment of the organization.
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Christmas vacation ended.
N.P.H.S. paid Coolidge homage.
Gothenburg defeated Bulldogs 22-14.
The Bulldogs went to Kearney and
were beaten 16-12.
G. A. A. basketball feed given at
Curtis Aggies 'outpointed Bulldogs
3 Bulldogs went to Curtis and were
2 3 G. A. A. assisted by the Glee Clubs
and Orchestra presented the "0. K.
A group of Girl Reserves left for
Grand Island to attend the G. Ri.
North Platte Bulldogs were victor-
ious over the Gothenburg Swedes
with a score of 22-21.
Bulldogs beat Cheyenne 30-25.
G. R. and Hi-Y held joint luncheon.
Ruth Joder and Fred Sagesser won
popularity contest. North Platte
beat Lexington 43-31.
Mr. Lee of China gave a very inter-
esting discussion on China.
Mr. Muto, the Japanese Consul, gave
a lecture on Japan.
Bulldogs beat McCook 42-15.
Basketball game at Holdregeg North
Platte won 30-22.
Senior High P. T. A.
3 Bulldogs beat Sidney 35-19.
5 Sunday Vesper Service by Band and
14 Tony Sarg presented his "Marion-
17 North Platte defeated Chappell to
win the Class A Regional Tourna-
28 Local Music Contest.
31 Jag Day. Sub-District Declamatory
Contest at Lexington.
4 Kearney Symphony Orchestra.
7 Senior class presented "His Majesty
14 Dual track meet at McCook.
21 Junior High Operetta.
28 Track meet.
30 Vesper service.
5 Dramatic Class play. State Music
Contest at Kearney.
6 G. A. A. play day.
9 Band banquet.
12 Honor Day assembly. G. A. A.
dance drama. G. R. spring camp.
16 Senior luncheon and Class Day.
17 Field Day.
19 Junior-Senior banquet at the Paw-
21 Baccalaureate service.
22 G. A. A. banquet.
25 Commencement exercises.
The Gypsy encampment has broken up
and each one winds along his respective
trail. The seniors take up their trail with
a saddened heart as the doors close on
this phase of life. However the lower-
classmen joyously welcome the happy
hours of freedom.
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