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PREPARATlONS FOR ClTlZENSHlP
Beverly Austun 38
Two unnovatuons whuch have aroused much unterest
un the hugh school are the opportunuty to bank money
weekly lmoney earned by takung cane of chuldren for
deluverung newspapers for doung errands and for
shovelung snowl and the system of electuons by ballot
Every Fnday mornung pupuls come to theur home rooms
wuth a bank book un one hand and money un the other
The teacher checks the amount un the bank book and
then has the money deposuted un the bank Thus us a
furst opportunuty for pupuls to save theur own not theur
parents money Some are savung for class dues class
rungs and numerous graduatuon expenses
Thus system us bound to have an effect on the pupuls
later on When they go out unto the world to earn
theur own luvung they may remember bank day at
school and perhaps contunue to have a regular bank
day so as to save theur money for a rauny day
Votung by ballots us popular un school for electung
not only class offucers but also cheer leaders members
of the Student Coun ul and varuous commuttees A
nomunatung Commuttee us chosen furst whose duty ut us
to choose a slate of offucers and then submut ut to the
pupuls Good results are obtaunecl bv thus method as
the nnmunatung committee has an opportunutv to COn
suder all pupuls and make theur chouces wuthout any
unfluence from the pupuls themselves Pupuls of each
home room vote by ballot for the nomunees of theur own
chouce not necessaruly theur own fruends
Rather than gettung all your unformatuon about elec
tuons from newspapers why not gaun experuence un
such a way that you can fun' ut of areat value when
you enter the busuness world? Expcruence us the best
Ncllue Rewunsku 39
School tumorrow Back to school These were
ome of the rr marlfs neard on the scvcnth of Septem
b In um v nuces was joy n others was sorrow
An ang the stu eu ts that saud ut wuth joy were the
freshmen Above al' others they were happuest And
why snouuan t they be? Now they could walk around
and say l attend Mary E Wells Hugh School The
clay that had taken eught whole years to come had
They entered the buuldung wuth smulung faces and
held theur heads hugh just as they sow the upperclass
men do lt was rather surprusung to see how well they
behaved To add to theur credut we fund them an un
usually actuve group of newcomers They have made
0 very good start and many have enrolled un the Ten
nus Glee and Fueld Hockey Clubs
Keep up the splendud work and l am sure that your
stay wuth us here un hugh school wull be a treat
WHAT THE INDIANS HAVE DONE FOR US
Eugene Roy 39
The lncluans have left us many of theur names for
our ruvers lakes and roads such as Chargogagogg
manch ugagogchabunagungarnog lWebster Lakel
Ouabaug Manchaug Quunsugamond Tantusque and
Pocoucapaug all lakes un Massachusetts and the ruver
Quunebaug un Southbrudge The Mohawk and Kung
Phuluo Trauls named after lnduans attract many tour
usts at thus tume of the year because of the beautuful
scenes created by the changung of the leaves
lnduans have guven us some foods whuch were un
known before the colonuzatuon of Ameruca These un
clude corn cranberrues and wuld turkey They also
left us tobacco
Many of our styles of jewelry are deruved from the
lnduans and even some of our pottery us fashuoned
along the lunes of vases jugs and jars of the Redskuns
from Mexuco and the Southwestern states
We have taken some trade names from the Induans
of whuch the Pontuac automobule and lnduan Motor
cycle are the most common
All tn all numerous detauls of our dauly Iuves are un
fluenced by the lndaan
No outsude unfluences should be allowed to unterrupt
thus necessary part of the school work The acquus
utuon of the abulutues that the school attempts to create
dep nds un a large measure on the doung of the assugn
ments The teachers furnush each pupul wuth a defun
utc mumeographed assugnment and attempt to make
su e that the pupuls undersuand how ut us to be done
The aoung of ut becomes the responsubuluty of the pupul
and unxolves supcrvusuon on the part of hus parents at
least to the cxtent of seeung that the necessary amount
of t m us reserved for home study Dleasures should
be rt de depend nt upon success un school and not
cl awed to can Pete vuth home study
Pupuls who do well un school devote Monday Tues
day Wednesday and Thursday cvenungs to their
s hool work wutkout except on
Fau ure Lsuu l re ults fr rn lazuness un home Study
or uncbuluty un that type of work Pupuls who contunue
to faul wull be advused to reaajust theur courses of
study or to lughten theur programs of work un accord
ance wuth theur buluty to master the subjects
EXCERPTS FROM STUDENTS GUIDE
D Passung Between Classes
Members of the Traffuc Squad wull have full author
uty un the durectuon of traffuc and wull report offenses
to the offuce
Three munutes are allowed for passung between
peruods Pupuls not un rooms when the second bell
rungs must come to the offuce for permussuon to enter
the class room
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