Page Six Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon Thursday, Jan. 4, 1940 THE Hehisch Published by the Students of Heppner High School COMING EVENTS Basketball Condon here, Feb. 5 Student Council Meeting Feb. 5 Semester Earns (begin) Feb. 11 Semester Exams (end) Feb. 12 Girls League Meeting... Feb. 17 FFA Assembly Feb. 19 Basketball Schedule for 1940 Jan. 5 Condon here. Jan. 12 Fossil there. Jan. 19 Arlington there. Jan. 26 Fossil here. Feb. 2 Condon there. Feb. 6 lone there Feb. 9 Hermiston here. Feb. 16 Arlington here. Christmas Assembly Santa Claus took the day off from making his toys at the North Pole to visit the Heppner high school on Friday, December 22, 1939. Santa read the various letters that had been written by the students asking for many humorous things. After reading the letters he gave every member of the student body a lovely gift, an orange, and a strip ed candy cane. When Santa had gone speeches were made by former members of the student body who were home from college for the holidays. Those making speeches were Bob Scrivner, John Crawford, Kathrvn Parker and Bill Barratt. The assembly was then turned over to the Pep club who put on a very interesting Professor Whiz program. Tommy Starkey won the contest and received a large cake of Big Bath Soap. While they were counting the votes Dorotha Wilson sane "Stranee Enchantment," accompanied by Pat ty O'Harra. Everyone was then wished a Mer ry Christmas and the assembly broke up. New Year's Resolutions The teachers of Hetmner hi eh sincerely hope that some of the students will take this opportunity to make some New Year's resolu tions. With semester tests next week the majority of students could make a resolution to study. Especially the seniors, whose graduation may be determined by the outcome of these tests. Other resolutions such as maintaining order and courtesy in the classrooms and the halls would be appreciated. Resolutions that would be appre ciated are as follows: By Dad Driscoll If we resolved not to throw peanut shells and paper on the floor. By Miss Doughty If the students in bookkeeping would resolve to make less noise and sive her a chance to talk. By Mr. Peavy If the English 4 class would conduct themselves like ladies and gentlemen. By Mrs. Clark If the Freshman class would resolve to cultivate some manners. By Miss McElhinney If the cho rus would resolve to keep awake during chorus practice. By Mr. Blankenship If the sen iors would resolve to study harder. By Mr. Knox If the basketball team would learn how to play bas ketball. Dick O'Shea, former student in Heppner, was visiting his cousin, Philip Cohn during vacation. Dick lives in Seattle where he is attend ing prep school. Isabel McFerrin spent the vaca tion at her home in the mountains. 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Most of her time is taken up by a certain trumpeter. He is a sophomore; is an active member of the Pep club. Was water boy for the football team. Started a scandal at the Christmas dance by taking a certain girl home. II Club Christinas Dance The last school day before Christ mas was topped off to a fine conclu sion by an H club dance in the gym. Decorations consisted of small fir trees placed in the corners of the gym and one placed in the center of the floor. Many seemed to have occasion to thank someone for the abundance of mistletoe. Musid was supplied by a phono graph-radio hook-up that has never been used before by the school. CHRISTMAS HAPPENINGS Clara Adams' spent the holiday in Portland visiting relatives and friends. Dorothy Huit spent part of her Christmas vacation in Portland. Cora Scott spent her vacation at Top, coming back to Heppner with her father Monday night. Bob Swick spent vacation in Mon ument with his parents. 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