Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, April 07, 1932, GIRLS' LEAGUE EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    1'age Four
THE UlH.I K Vttts
Thursday, April 7, 1932.
CONTEST, APRIL 16
IS COMMERCE
SQUADS' BIG HOPE
(Continued from Pago 1)
at which the students took down
the speech of Mrs. F. G. Sweden
burr. The name evening thev at
tended a meeting of the Tennis
Club at the I library, and, since
there was no permanent secre
tary, the acting president. Dr.
B. G. Barkwill. appointed Edith
Arnold and Beulah Hervey
take down the notes of the
meeting.
Sunday, April 3, they attended
the MethodlMt Church where they
took the sermon In shorthand,
and that evening they went
to the Congregational church.
The next Sunday, April 10. they
will Attend the Presbyterian.
Those on the shorthand squad
are the following: Amateurs:
Kdith Arnold and Beulah Her
vey; Novhes Rachel Forsythe
and Eunice Coats and alternates
IJoyd Arant. The Hyping team
..hat ..no! yet been picked. (At
least. Miss TJosdal maintains a
mysterious silence.
Since the contestants do not
wish to appear boastful, no pub
lic (statement will be given out
as to their ability.
A sun of Joy burst in the young
man's face he leaped he
shouted and as he raced,
shretking. out of the building I
caught from the Jumble of his
chattering just two words. They
were something that sounded
like "two" and "Citizenship".
Zchlmo 'of Mars
Tennis Racket
Keeps Boys Going
Planetary Message
Comes To A. H. S.
The Grants Pass (tennis team
will meet the local raqueteers on
our conns Saturday morning.
April Showers caused the
Klamath-Ashland Tennis matches
that were . to have been played
on our own courts. April 2 Jo be
postponed Indefinitely.
Those entering from Klamath
are John Merriman, Ralph
Weinberg, Bob Baldwin, Roy
Edgeiton, Billy Bratton. Jack
Knight. They will be assisted by
their coach I G. Thomas, War
ren Crawford, manager.
Preston Becot, Kenneth Darl
inv. Clyde Dunham, Wallace
Stearns, and Bernard Applegate.
coached by Coach J. Bliss, will
uphold Ashland High tennis tradition.
SENIORS CHOOSE
ACADEMIC ROBES
FOR GRADUATION
(Continued from Page 1)
rental will be not more than
two and a half dollars.
Caps and gowns are worn at
commencement in most high
schools in the East and their
popularity is rapidly spreading.
V WONDER
JOKES
Perry Ashcraft and James
Cay at the teachers desk put
their grimr hands side by side
Dear Students of Ashland High. on ,ne lame-
I am "the man from Mars". I Perry: "Mine's dlrtier'n
Last Friday, unbeknownest to'0"
m"t " J "u , nuipru mil yuur
James: "Huh. You're two years
older'n me."
1. Where Preston Becot learn
ed to play the piano.
2. Where Wardlow Howell got
the wave In his hair.
3. Why Miss Tjosdale says
"Tsk, Tsk" wheit Lorraine
Smith goes down the library
stairs.
Mcdonald
JEWELRY
Pens, pencils and Lead
PHONE 4
Wolter's
Self Service Grocery
Ashland's Leading
Food Merchant
(Across from Vinlng)
Included among Easter vaca
tionists out of town were the fol
lowing: Harriet Smith. Eleanor
Coomb. Miss Price, Mrs. Beck,
mother of- Miss Patricia Beck,
crmmene teacher Nellie Per
rine, Lyle Reeder, Gus Moore,
and Don Faber.
Many seniors who expect to
graduate with the 1932 class
will find themselves sitting with
the graduating class of 1933.
Not because they want to be
with this class of 1933 but be
cause they failed to attend school
regularly. We advise all seniors
to attend sihool regularly, study
and eraduate with the class of
1932.
Helen: "What is your occupa
tion?" !
Don: "I used to be an organ-i
1st."
Helen: "And why did you give.
school for a moment to see
what the place was like. But, it
seems I must have chosen a very
bad time to visit you for as I
stepped out of the sunshine and
in through the portals of your
school my soul was clutched with
a feeling of great fear. My brain! it up?"
quivered with a sense of im-l Don: "The monkey died
pending disaster and my heart!
beat as if I were in love I but I
am not.) No no! A thousiand
times no. This could not be real.
Yet what was It 1 heard? It
seemed to be a sound of many
groans and sighs. This couldn't
be a si hool. Surely I must have
gotten Into a torture dungeon.
A heavy grey mist settled be
fore my eyes and I le.lried
wnakly against the wall. Sudden
ly the silence was shattered with
a dreadful ringing of bells and
I heard a low murmur of mov
ing bodies. I stood watching: I
was unable to move: my feet
were frozeu to the floor as I
saw the ghastly form of a stu
dent suddenly stagger through
the mist toward me. Ills face
was haggard and his eyes were
hollow. I shuddered and pressed
against the wall. This vision of
dispair shuffled by me with a
square of paste-board clutched
tightly In one hand. Suddenly he
stopped he breathed deeply
he seemed to he gathering to
gether all his courage. With a
sudden movement he Jerked the
1 his countenance 11ft-
nA hm Tha
W. J. Lane
Watchmaker
with
McDonald Jewelry
A. WOODS, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Specialist.
Swedenburg Bldg. Phone 200
HOME AND SCHOOL
PRINTIN G
handled reasonably and quickly
PHONE 80
It's Your
Personal Appearance
That Counts
ELKS BARBER SHOP
"What happened to Donald
Kelts?"
"Drowned while skating." j
"Fall through the ice?"
"No, he fell down and Spring
ame before he could get up." 1
I
D. Johnson: "How Is a chicken
sitting on a fence like a penny?"
.Ilmmle: "I give up."
D. Johnson: "Because the head i
Is on one side and the tail on I
the other."
. j
Mr. Bliss "Did the king
havn any supporters during thel
French Revolution? '
June Wolcott "Sure, how
would he keep his socks up if
ho didn't?
1
T. Cole Why does a dob hang
out his tongue? '
J. Gould To balance his tail.
T. Cole What Is etiquette?
J. Gould Saying 'No thank
you when you mean 'Gimme'!
OPENING
Twin Plunges
Saturday, April 9th
at a P. M.
Improvements for
and Sanitation.
CO-OPERATION
Spell
Progress for Ashland
CARSON-FOWLER
LUMBER CO.
"In the Heart of Town'
COMING!
Original Kexall 1c Sale
April 14, 15, 18
McNair Bros.
The Recall Store
ON THE PLAZA
Many New
Safety
Free All-Wool Bathing Suits (
lo inow Drawing i.urj
hers Saturday and Sunday,
Swim and Dance All Summer
at
TWIN PLUNGES
For the After School Lunch
drop in at the
PALACE
Cafe and Lunch
Meals and Short Orders
Phone 18.1
It Is Sound Economy
To Shop Here
STE ARN ' S
Self -Service Store
Ellen W. When I woke up
this morning I found the bed
clothes wound tightly around j
me.
Delia Lamb Why. yon must
have slept like a to?. '
Sport Goods
for
Good Sports
PROVOST HARDWARE
Beginning April 7
ritura., Fri.. THE CARNIVAL
BOAT, with William Boyd,
tat. only, CHARLIE CHAN'S
CHANCE, with Warner Oland.
Hun.. Mon.. LADY WITH A
PAST, with Constance Bennett.
Wed.. Thurs., DISORDERLY
CONDCCT, with El Brendrll,
Snencer Tracy. Fri., Sat., PEN.
ROD AND SAM, with Leon
fanny. Sun., Mon., REAI'TY
AND THE BOSS, with Joan
Bennett.
Admissions: Matinees 20c;
Evenings 80c; Kiddies lOe
ted the sun shone.