Clay High School - Minuteman Yearbook (South Bend, IN)

 - Class of 1936

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Clay High School - Minuteman Yearbook (South Bend, IN) online yearbook collection, 1936 Edition, Page 37 of 60
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Tr' E, COLONIAL yol. VI Annual No. The Minute Man, 1956 FIFTH GRADE TO PRESENT 'MAGIC GINGERBREAD' May 6-The fifth grade will present 'Magic Ginger- breadn, an operetta, some- time in May. Those taking leading parts are: Ted Isenbarger, Betty Jane Landick, Ever- ett Casper, Bruce Karson, Miriam Hardy and Lloyd Smith. The teachers in charge of the play are Miss Haney and Miss Miller, who have charge of the costumes and speech parts, Miss Olin, who will direct the music, and Miss Von Hoene, who will direct the dancing. JUNIOR BUSINESS STUDENTS PLACE FIFTH IN CONTEST May 6.-The students of the Business Training representing Wash- Junior class, ington-Clay in the Indiana Commercial Contest State won fifth place. The con- test was held in Muncie, Saturday, April 18, l956. The three people that went were Elnora Seifferlein, got lO5 right, ranking l2th in the whole list of contestants. Frances Young got lOl and Ellenmay Armstrong got lOO. Warren Township was the only other school in St. Joseph County in the con- test. They finished llth. ..ii.i Lets try to make the school a clean place to study by picking up the waste paper. Page Thirty Six MORRIS MIRKIN TO COMPETE IN STATE ALGEBRA CONTEST April l5.- Morris Mirkin, a member of the freshman class, will compete in the state algebra contest to be held at Bloomington on April 24. He was one of the highest in the sec- tional contest given at Notre Dame. Dorothy Mohn also took part in the sec- tional contest. SENIORS TAKE A HOLIDAY APRIL 22, FOR SKIP DAY May 6- The school caught a glimpse of Paradise Wed- nesday, April. 22, when those noisy Seniors skip- ped out for the day. The skipping Seniors spent the morning in going 'round and 'round at the skating rink, and at noon an hour was taken for scraping dirt off faces and hands. At one o'clock the gang met at the Phil- adelphia for lunch. After lunch the seniors scrambled for the Palace, dropping out on the way to fill pockets with peanuts. The party broke up after the show and the Seniors, still noisy, but tired, found their way home. 'WH CLUB TO BE ORGANIZED Nov. 7- Washington - Clay students were called to assembly to learn about the new 'W' association. Mr. Charlesworth, intro- duced the idea, was the main speaker and told dut- ies of this proposed or- ganization. STUDENTS PLAN MEMORIAL TO HONOR HELEN DAVIS April 27.- A Helen Davis Memorial Fund has been or- iginated by the Faculty and Student Council of Washington Clay School. It is believed that be- cause Helen Davis was such an outstanding leader in the school activities that some Memorial should be made to remind others of her achievements and to encourage others to do likewise. It is as yet, undecided exactly what to do. It has been suggested that a medal be given each year to the most outstand- ing leader in the school and that a first aid room be fully equipped in honor of Helen. W P A WORKERS BEGIN WORK Nov. 22- Work has begun in Washington High - School with forty W P A workers painting and repairing the school rooms and halls. In the course of the work it is hoped that a new gymnasium. floor .will be laid. All work will be completed in about three or four weeks providing present funds permit. While different class rooms are being repaired students will use the gym- naslum for their classes. It is hoped that the school will be in first class condition by the first of the year. Are -QLQTELEZZQ to make the honor roll?

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AXHNUTEHA Ray Isenbarger, Dorothy Willis, Charles Sparks, Virginia Williams JUNIOR PLAY The Juniors presented the mystery-comedy, "Hob- goblin House," on April 29 and 50 in the Washing- ton-Clay auditorium. The play was under the dir- ection of Miss Wilson and Mr. Harbaugh The members of the cast were as follows: Rosemary Kessler was the maiden Aunt, Miss Pris- cilla Carter. Martha Krug and Virginia Wil- liams played the roles of Jill and Marian Carter, Miss Priscilla's two nieces. The part of Jack Locing and Frank Harlow, the girls' boy wfriends were played by Lloyd Em- mons and Chuck Sparks, respectively. Delilah Wortz, the colored cook, was portrayed by Paula Haase and the colored man servant, Henry Gaober, was played by Lindzey Bennett. Everett Ballard took the part of Bill Wilkins, a guard at the insane asylum, and Junior Reihl was Bluebeard Bron- son, an excaped lunatic. Ray Isenbarger was Daruis Krupp, the old caretaker while the Headless Phan- ton and Patricia Arnold were played by Dorothy Willis. Virginia Raw- lings was cast in the ram of Susan Parkins, the Eng- lish housekeeper. The play was enthus- iastically received by both afternoon and even- ing performances, Page Thirty-five



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Back Row: Second Row: Tnrdlbwz f 5 M1 NUTEMA me , McCobs, Sheely, Trowbridge, K. Jones, Isenbarger Nelson, Crowel, Krug, Garrett, Crawford, Howe, Downey, Eby, Mr. Yoder, Sponsor, J. Isenbarger N. Jones, Von Hoene, Mowers, Christman, Boggs, Pappas, Rawlings, Nutter, Parsons ANNUAL The Annual Staff, sup- ervised by Mr. Hugh Yoder has greatly improved the year-book. The Minuteman this year is larger than those of the previous years. The pictures are larger and the write-ups contain more information on school activities. The staff has also added a modernistic design to each page, making the annual far more attract- ive. The Photo-Offset Pro- cess was used in pro- ducing the annual. By this process the staff can make their own plans STAFF for the annual and then the pages are photo- graphed and reduced to the proper size. The Staff has done considerable advertising by holding assemblies at the school. Sales talks were given by several of the members. They also put on a contest giving a box of candy to the class that purchased the largest number of annuals The Senior class easily won the prize. The Popularity Contest drew much attentibn to the project and was the means of selling many annuals. Page Thirty-seven

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