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Page 47 text:
I'Alilll'lZ YUVS Fll.XNf'AlS? 'FHICY llfl
"Parlez-vous Francais, I113d9lll0lS9116?H "Oui, nionsieur. Ego cogeret bene et tu?"
"Not so good today, kid, but it's better than that up there."
If only Mrs. Bantz or some of our French students could have listened in on that con-
versation, perhaps they too would have had apoplexy and gone into convulsions because we
murder the king's language. When "lrvl' Huss can take time from his prize-winning Imps
basketball squad, and George Losen can let his Imp football team go, we have Latin classes.
There are a few who took Virgil under Mr. Mackin, and there were many syllables
thrown in the general direction of "us poor unlearned Latin scholarsl' that we could not
understand. So we would call Mrs. Bantz from her German class and ask her to explain.
Were our faces as red as her's?!! My, but it was hot in there!
In the dressing rooms there were strange utterances. No new cuss words, but our big
blond Frenchman was teaching the boys how to woo their girl friends in French. Was
Mrs. Bantz surprised when she heard one-sided French conversations as she policed the
Now in the presence of the fair-minded you never need to use profanity. Just say,
"Uno, duo, tres, etc." and recite the "Children's Hour" in gutteral German or high-brow
French. It gives the desired effect.
IRVIN HVSS AGNES HANTZ GIGORGIC LOSICN
Page 46 text:
SICXV ON ANU SEVV FORTH
Mmmm!!! Have you ever smelled such tantalizing aromas as those produced by
the tempting foods prepared in the B.H.S. homemaking department? The girls not
only learn to prepare all kinds and types of food attractively, but they also learn
the fundamentals of nutrition, food budgeting, menu-planning, and proper table set-
ting and serving. I
Cooking is only one of the many arts the girls learn
in this superb course. They are also taught sewing, which
includes choosing the colors, styles, and materials which
best suit their figures and personalities. Etiquette, child
care, and family problems are also not to be overlooked.
This department is under the capable supervision of
Miss Norma Harvey and Mrs. Peter J. Bye, who came
to fill the vacancy left at the end of the first semester by
Miss Laila Johnson. This year the Homemaking I girls
are instructed by Miss Harvey, while the advanced work
is taught by Mrs. Bye.
In preceding years the home economics classes have
taken part in the May Festival at Fargo, by sending the
most outstanding projects turned in by the girls through-
out the yearg but due to the War, this festival has been
NUHMA 1lA1:V1cY discontinued for the duration,
Page 48 text:
II4' YUI' HA VI'IN"I' IGNUVGH l-'INGICRS 'FAKIC UPF YUVR SHOES
If you take the co-tangent of the circle and set it equal to the subordinate sine, divide
it by the result you obtained when you cleared your adjacent triangular hypotenuse by the
transversal quadratic, multiply that by D sub 47 to the sixth power, worry over you slide
rule for several hours or so, and perhaps you'll end up in the basement of the field house
some cold, Windy night in August. Should you ever become lost, set your compass to the
various math rooms Where you may find Mr. Hook teaching navigation. If, perchance,
you would find some quaint little problem arising in the grocery store, for instance, you
might have Mrs. Anderson's practical math class help you out. The board of directors of
our school have hung up an "Information" sign on Miss Huff's door where her geometry
classes, both plane and solid, are answering the farmers' questions concerning the capac-
ities of their siloes, or corn cribs.
Such is the hubbub of our daily mathematics. The schedules of the classes are strenu-
ous and the burden on our teachers is tremendous, but the dogged determination of the
typical B.H.S. student and teacher has made our math department "tops"
Lllt'ILLlC ANIDI .IWRICIT HVFF
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