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About The amplifier. (West Linn, Oregon) 1921-current | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1924)
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1924
Miss Helen Tooze, who has been ill
several days with- pneumonia, has re
turned to school.
Miss Dorothy Fox spent week before
last at th^iome of Miss Grace Owen.
Earl Cox visited school April 14.
Miss Tobey has been so busy with
the Junior and Senior plays that Miss
Gill has had charge of looking over
the material for both the Freshman
and Junior Amplifiers.
U. H. S. AMPLIFIER
Roseburg high has been conducting
a campaign to beautify the high school'
grounds. Shrubs have been planted
and a great improvement has beeji
made. Various organizations and clubs
of the town have donated money and
the different classes and faculty havie
This is a good idea for us to adopt.
Since our back yard has been cleaned
up, suppose we add some more im
provement to the front. Plant some
shrubbery and clean up the space
around our new gym.
Resourceful Girl Who
“Parked" Her Sleeves
I am not going to reveal her identity
more than to say that her name is
Margaret, and she lives in Hamburg,
I a; < i will say that on a certain occa
sion this young woman showed herself
possessed of resourcefulness.
When she dressed for that reception,
or whatever it was, she did not know
that it was going to be a formal affair,
so she put on a dress or a gown or a
frock or—gee, being a man is some
thing awful when it comes to writing
about women’s clothes. Guess I better
call it a dress. She put on a dress
;,with long sleeves.
When she got to the place where the
reception or whatever it was, was go
ing on, she discovered that every other
woman there had on a sleeveless gown.
I guess gown is right. But did she let
that spoil the occasion for her? Not
this young woman. Not by a long shot.
She slipped upstairs,' slipped into a
room, slipped off her dress, ripped out
:' i s sleeves,, slipped the “gown” on
again and slipped downstairs in less
time than it takes to tell it.
Approaching her hostess she said:
“Tell me, please, where I can park
these sleeves.”—Buffalo News.
of shopping here is that you
need concern yourself with but
two things — the suitability of
the goods to your purpose, and
the price. The qualify you may
rely on in any case. Our name
guarantees that. We-think you’ll
like our store servibl, too. We
pride ourselves * on that.
The U-Hi from Union Oregon pub
At a class meeting Friday April 11, lishes some answers to examination
the Freshmen decided on the picture questions taken from the Arrow Head/
of the class which will be published in Flint, Michigan. Some of them are too
the Senior Annual. Jack Wallace, good to miss..
Arthur Hagen, Robert Ellis, Wayne
Vedder and Edward Burke are the! Georgia was settled by people who
Freshmen who have turned out for- had be executed.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
In 1620 the Pilgrims crossed the
Oregon City, olegon
In an assembly April 11, candidates ocean- This is known as Pjlgrims Pro
for yell leader for the coming year gress. I
were called for. Edward Burke, Billie
Gay, and Joyce Mercer volunteered
Lord Raleigh 'was the first man to
Student — “Have you any ‘Lam
to demonstrate their ability and some see the invisible Armada.
Serving Long Sentence
interesting yell practice followed.
“Sir, this is a b
Benjamin Franklin discovered elec She (reading)—Here’s a man who store, not a meat market.”
was given 30 days for stealing a gold
Jack Hempstead broke a bone In tricity by rubbing cats backward.
his foot while playing in the Sandy
“Safe at home,” chuckled the
He—That’s an easy penalty. I stole
baseball game, April 4, and has been
pire, sneaking up the back stairfe
a heart once and was given life.
traveling on crutches. It is healing The youth received her invitation
3 a. m.
fast and he hopes to.be playing again While cramming for examination.
Una H. “It seems good to see a
His conscience called for concentra strange face once ih a while.”
He. “But suMly you know me?”
-—Friday April 11, was Oregon City- His lady love for syncopation......
Tina.. “.yea, but- that- doesn’t /change,,
High School’s visiting day. A number
i your face any.”
of the girls and boys visited here.
What should he do? An inspiration
Father of Herbert H.“Yes, my son is
He flipped ,a coin—the celebration!
The girls high school trio, Elsie So no more work or hesitation,
destined to be a great scientist. I pre
Turel, Vivian Rauch and Joyce Mercer And off he tripped to high elevation. sume you have noticed his way of go
were invited to the home of Miss Has
ing to the bottom of things?”
kell, the domestic science teacher, on At zero hour midst perspiration
Prof.—“Yes, I’ve noticed it in his
Groceries, Hay, Grain
Saturday afternoon, April 12. A de Our hero’s brains lacked lubrication.
licious luncheon was served.
He drew a U—procrastination
And one less stude for registration!
Miss Dorothy Fox gave a dinner on
Sunday afternoon,April 13, in honor of the Junior class April 4, in the j
U. H. S. Auditorium will be given
of Miss Grace Owen.
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again in Portland at the Woman’s
Marjory Hichox of Stafford, a Fresh
man, was ill Tuesday of last week, and are to go to the ICorvallis Orphan’s
was unable to attend her classes.
610 Main Oregon City
Esther Graw of Bolton, resumed her
school work Tuesday morning after
several days absence, due to illness.
Lois Headrick of Oswego, a Junior
of Union High School spent Monday,
April 14, in Portland, shopping and
Byron Walton, a Freshman was con
fined to his home in Gladstone Tues
day, May 15, on account of illness. He
resumed his work at school Wednes
I have candy, cookies, school sup-1
plies, magazines and best of all I
those great, big, juicy, everlasting]
Don’t Forget it’s Spring
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