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THK Junior High Room practiced self-government with the organization of a
student council. This council was composed of three students from the eighth grade,
two from the seventh, one from the sixth, and Mr. Eccles. Each had one vote in
forming rules and regulations for the room.
The seventh and eighth Current Events class which met once a week, settled
troubles of the world, at least in their own minds.
The noon hours this year were spent in the gym with the organization of an
intramural league, in which four girl teams and six boy teams took part.
The third, fourth and fifth grades compose the Intermediate Room. Here the
children get their introduction to the study of geography and history. In order to
create an interest in history, exciting stories are read to the children with numerous
pictures of each phase of it.
The four fundamentals of arithmetic: addition, subtraction, multiplication,
and division are learned in these grades, and the children have their first experience
The subject of major importance in the Primary Room is reading.
In connection with language, units are developed to impress, more deeply,
certain characteristics of the various peoples in the minds of the pupils.
Parents may wonder why the ABC’s aren’t taught as soon as the child enters
school. The new reading method of associating word with pictures and the study
of phonics, postpones the necessity of knowing the alphabet until the child is ready
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Boys and girls constitute the (dee Cluh under the direction of Mrs. Clara
Myers. They have accomplished a great deal in chorus work. During the year they
furnish music for a wide variety of programs. In conjunction with the Band and
Orchestra they sponsored the Christmas Program.
The Band and Orchestra is under the leadership of Mr. Null. The main event
of the year was the “Cotton Club” minstrel show. The Band contributed a series of
concerts which took place during the summer. The Township Board bought the
Band colorful uniforms to wear for their concerts.
The Orchestra is also at the school's disposal and they play at any time they are
Both Band and Orchestra are participating in the County Festival that is to
be given in May.
Under the direction of Mrs. Myers, the music supervisor, the annual operetta
was presented. The operetta was a beautiful gypsy story—the scene was Carnival
time in Vienna, the time of the year when Lady Vivian (Kay K.) returns to Vienna
in search of her daughter lost since infancy. Chief Kinske (G. Hass) invented a
plan to deceive Lady Vivian in finding a daughter for her—a waitress—Louisa
(Adeline Friesl). Louisa humorously blundered the plot—and Ilona (Frances W.)
supposedly the daughter of the gypsy Jigo (A. Cupp) proved herself Lady Vivian’s
long lost daughter by the accidental presence of a locket.
Other major parts were played by Joe Bodjack, William Posch, Maxine Bujack,
Jordon Jung, Helmut Pioske, Leon Mielke, and a chorus of girls and boys.
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