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APRIL 10. 1020
8A PUPILS TO SELECT STUDY COURSES SOON Prospective Grade 'Grads’ Must Pick High School Before April 25. Blanks on the 8A pupils will in dicate their election of subjects in .Shortridge, Manual Training, Arsen al Technical, Washington and Cris !''is Aitucks high schools, will be in ; he school boxes by Thursday, April Charle; F. Miller superintendent (f schools, said today. \ copy ot the course of study for each high school will be given each pupil. After consulting with his par ents, he will determine which high hool he wishes to attend. Material ;om Broad Ripple high school will be sent from the school. Each 8A who receives a diploma hould fill out and turn in a study tip ol the high school he will at t.end. Miller said. In case a pupil is • rtain he will not enter high school he should so state on the slip and hand it in. If there is any doubt as to the pupil's success in high school in the courses he has selected, the princi pal will confer with pupil and par ent and help arrange a suitable and profitable course. After the teacher or principal has , i xamined the study slips to sec that 'hey are filled out properly, they ill he arranged in packages tor short ridge. Manual. Technical. ri.spus Attlicks. Broad Ripple and Washington high schools. These packager, are to be sent to Mir superintendent’s office not later than May 4. P. T. A. Events April luncheon of the Nora Par rot-Teacher Association will be ■riven Wedne.-day at the home of Mrs. Rudolph Roller. East Seventy filill street. Mrs. Emoiatti Tatti will talk on kindergarten* and schools of Italy. ' A ‘'pitch-in” supper will be given by the Parent-Teacher Association of Southport Saturday night at the school. K. V. Animcrman, Broad Ripple high school principal, will . peak At the meeting of the Edge wood ; i hool Parent -Teacher Association this week the following officers were eli.'ed: Mrs. Harry Kuhnian, president; Mrs. Robert Stuart, vice president; Mrs.JSylvia Robins, treas urer; Mrs. Paul Miller, secretary; Mrs. C. D. Ludwig. Mrs. Earl f-'peicher and Mrs. Hilda Dewsnap, executive committee members. Manual P.V MAX EINSTANDIG Every one attending the Masoma Club meeting last Monday went home all pepped up. Joan Boswell presided and interspersed with talks on tabic manners, etiquet and mak ing call; several songs were given a tryout. The next meeting of the Realms r ( told Club will be held April 23 it the home of James Whitcomb Riley. Boys of the advanced pattern making arid foundry classes are naking andirons to be placed in one f the Scout rooms at the Boy Scout reservation. During the last month twenty !c.".v books were added to the shelves iji the Manual library. All clubs, rollrooms. classes and groups of students arc urged to volunteer in Manual's' first outdoor May day exercises. A proees. lonal will bo given, fol lowed by the traditional crowning i : the queen, with other nominees .or May queen acting as attend ees. ,y - f(W ; iW V P- . v'' (^,c v S CV ' N s' V ' j. -V s sp' L. v V 7 ' V? N o'-' V S r S' o< * <> & o" c° v X' \' - V> AC V vV-V j' o " j stonsnmgs fIETCHER AMERICAN NATIONAL Largest Bank in Indiana Poor Teeth—Poor Health Can Vou Afford to Neglect lours* Good Work—Moderate Trice* The People’s Dentists 36 Meat Washington Streat HOI KS— a. m. to 6 p. - Sunday*—® a. m. to 1- **■ GUARANTEE Tire and Rubber Cos Everything tot the Car for Lest Gypsy-Born BY lONE CAIN Technical Hi*h School Wilial What magic that name spells! Wild sweet music in it dwells; Enchantment of the gypsy dance. Moments filled with sweet romance. Eyes as dark as the forest night. Raven locks that reflect the light. Laughing lips and dancing feet, Body swaying to rhythmic beat. Laugh and dance from night till morn, *“ Willa—Gypsy born. NATURE STUDY BOOSTED Pupils of School 81 Hold Bag Worm Contest. Nature study interest at School 31 was aroused recently by entering all rooms in a “Bag Worm Contest.” Pupils of the 2A and 3B grades composed speeches against the bag worm and these speeches were later read to all the rooms by selected members of the class. Shortridge BY WILLIAM HOFFMAN Robert Hamill has been appointed business manager of the 3929 senior play. The following extras have been added to the cast of the class play: Harold Dunkel. Dorothy Metcalf. Mary Eleanor Pegg. Helen Frances Starr. Dick Woodard, Howard Pas ell. John Bertermann and Louanna Talbot. Curtis Ploppcr won the district contest of the state discussion con test. Ourtis was alternate on the Shortridge Tri-State debating squad that recently won out over Male high school of Louisville and Walnut Hills high school of Cincinnati. Fred Vedder, president of the class of 30. announced that the junior class would have a party April 26. John Engelke will be in charge of the affair. Warren Central BY JOHN BERRY JR. The forum club of Warren Cen tral high school is vorking on three one-act plays to be given after War ren day. May 18. The plays are “Joint Owners of Spain,” "He'' and "Minuet.” In ilie casts of the plays arc Harold McDonald. Jack Lewis. Miss Mary Hester. Miss Mary Moulton, Robert Peak. Richard Lyman. John Berry Jr.. Miss Maxy A. Helms, Miss Norval Folkening, Joe Cooper. Miss Harriet Johnson. Miss Mar garet Spicklemire. Miss Violet Hendren and Miss Elizabeth Eich koff. Orlando Ingle and William Beavers are the club sponsors. : Taking care of the liealth of Eng | land's elementary school students arc 7,500 doctors, dentists and nurses. PALE AND THIN. NO STRENGTH Kentucky Lady War. Weak and Listless. Says Cardui Helped Her Back to Good Health. “During girlhood. I was weak and listless, pale and thin, had no strength at all, and my mother thought I needed a tonic to build me up, so she gave me Cardui,” writes Mrs. Clarence Stevens of In dependence, Ky. “Mother read about Cardui. and she thought that was the thing for me to take. It did me a great deal of good. I took it for about a year when I was fourteen years old. I got strong and my color was good, and I was a normal, healthy girl. It did my nerves good. too. ! “Since I was married, I have : taken it off and on when I though,. I needed a tonic. Last, year I was run-down and weak, and did not have strength enough to do my work. I had a sick spell which left me in bad condition, and I could not get up on my feet again. “T took Cardui for several weeks and I felt well again. I had a good, healthy appetite. I was strong j enough to do my work without com plaint. "I have recommended Cardui to irj friends because it helped me.” jSCAWPUI ICardoseptic, for hygienic reasons, | should be used by women as a I mild, harmless detergent: 50 cts. | REPLACEMENT PARTS KITCHEN KOOK MW PERFECTION PURITAN FLORENCE Also Wlrkr for Carious Makes t Oil Stores VONNEGUrS s s , Rent a Piano Terms as Low as SI.OO A WEEK Pearson Piano Cos lI|UBA|.rUUOJ ‘S' OS|-B£l Jalfluiin ON THf riKCl.r The Record Center ot Indianapolis 49 SENIORS IN HONOR SOCIETY Shortridge Students Given Coveted Award. Forty seniors were elected to the Shortridge chapter of the National Honor Society this week by Short ridge teachers. Membership is based upon char acter. scholarship, leadership and service. The newly elected members are: Martha Adams, Edward Bayless. Evelyn Bentley. David Bourke, Julia Bowman. Agnes Calvert, Robert Cavanaugh, Leslie Colvin, Amy Crise, Margaret Dirks, John Donnell, John Forney, Barbara Fowler, Ardis Gardiner, Virginia Goodwin, Mary Gottman, Lewis Hall. Robert Hamill, Thurston Harrison. Jane Hodges, William Hoffman. Valeria Hopkins. Bruce John son. Celeste Jordan. William Kiger, Catherine Lewis. James Lowry, Helen Mattlce, Elizabeth Munson, Mary Phyllis O'Neil, Joe Schuyler, Alice Snatsky. Mary LljfX /jgp c WILL BUY! ' cash? Use your credit. We jjlll > i)m " } 1 lect any one these great • Buy and Save values. Pay a small amount • n" lit _ down and arrange the balance ■wH w ® YV ay to suit your own convenience. j j 26-PiMeSet Balm Wrist Watch Metal Band Free! RojJCrS SlivcrplstC Metal Band Free! Guaranteed movements in 5 F This " e!1 know " " atch has a h . j nm . stainies* steel very fine engraved case. Accur plain or en- £ 4 Q rn QC atejcW fl graved cases. $1 X * £o foe pro- .. SQ. 75 5c Doivn! A f 5c Down! r ** r 5c Down! &L& z —— \ Again Tomorrow, Saturday, Dee Offers \ 1 1 1 ! i Regular $12.85 Genuine m DIAMOND : RINGS JHIO Diamond Ring (75 Diamonl Rilg Newest designed setting. The jl A rare gem that will please diamonds of If every one unusual fire O CA „ '-* enum ® seeking a dia- d* f®’ Cft and luster. Eastman Camera molld rins . ' 5c Down! Takes pictures - Single lens. Adjustable —~ Onlv / strikes focus. This folding cam- “Good Luck” Combination ‘lie hour , , „ , 1 5c 1 m . c/s ;ni halt era made of excellent ma r* „ • ' : g hour terials by £he Eastman Wedding' Kodak Company. Ring and mLa Down Down Ring 8-Day Mantel Clocks '1 Kirrv .-look fill- 0* AC. "" BnnwsKJ*uiiia Strap I _____ $9.95 Store Open Saturday Night Until 9 o’Clock $9.95 - |) ou n J ..■ Down: THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES Sommer, Mildred Sommer. Joseph Taylor. Pauline Vonnegut. Gordon Ward. Delsie Wells. Eltie Weils. Edward Wright. The eighteen members of the class of '29 chosen last spring are: Maxine Biddle. Josephine Davidson. Harold Dunkel, John Elam, Freda Goul. Mary Margaret Hill. Mary Elizabeth Huff. Helen Johnston. Sidney Kauffman. John Kitchen. Dorothy Leedy, Jeanette Le Saulnier. Martha Metcalf. John David Millett. Nancy Moore. John Pedigo, Vir ginia Saunders. Elise Miat. Several hundred chapters are embraced in the national organiza tion. scattered from Maine to Ha waii. “Membership in this society is one of the greatest honors to be won at Shortridge,” according to Miss Lloyd of the Shortridge his tory department. Several spring parties and social affairs have been planned by the honor group. Plays Enjoyed by Children Through leadership of a live chairman, assisted by an able com mittee, the oral composition class at School 5 is surprised occasionally by a little play, instead of the usual program at the oral composition period. CLUB TO STAGE SHAWL PAGEANT Exhibit Scheduled Tuesday at Shortridge. Shawls of all kinds are being bor rowed by the Calendar Club of Capitol Avenue Methodist Episcopal church for a “Little Shawl Pageant” to be given next Tuesday evening at Caleb Mills hall, Shortridge high school. One shawl to be exhibited during the pageant are Mrs. D. E. Gruber, another is over 200 years old. The pageant will tell a story, by shawls, from the mantle of biblical times to the modern flapper. Included in the group presenting the pageant are Mrs. D. E. Grur'oer, Mrs. Harold Arnholter, Miss Eugenia Magidson. Mrs. E. M. Putney,. Mrs. Ncrma Kennan Hilgenburg, Mrs. Oscar Barnard, Miss Martha Mac- Dougall, Guy L. Boyd. Richard Tritti po and Herbert E. Rennard. soloists. Dancers will be Misses Anna Mar garet Chapman. Mary Catherine Siler, Bernice Hessel and Mary Ellen Hall. The costumes are in charge of Mrs. Homer Jones and the pageant is being directed by Mrs. Hannah D. Minnick. SENSATIONAL SALE —SA TURD A Y— -500 SUMMER FROCKS Materials: Pastel Shades J. Georgettes r . . £]) Flat Crepes Prints W Printed Crepes Navy and m f y Flannels * i I I p Sleeveless and Klack Long Sleeved j Models - - -- ---- TiTT WITTITTT Ft. Congoisuiffli RUGS "V 95 WITH BORDERS Q J§f „ Guaranteed First Quality Beautiful new spring patterns and rich colors. Designs suitable Naticnallv for every room in the home. Anniversary Sale Price y A Small Deposit Holds Any Rug lUgS ‘ ON SALE AT BOTH STORES! MM Fully Me aim. Larry a Complete kiw- J&Mlg Guaranteed Window Shades Free! °“L S !£* 5 Well Made, Plain Beautiful Scalloped Beautiful ,e|, ‘ ‘ : Window window Bridge $11.75 Shades Shades Lamp jjgjj fA Mfobs Or a beautiful H|Qa 27x54 -inch x.:; x in.6 i rin ß e,i fIQ 7 c jT Jfßk jy. Throw Rug Velvet Rmti *5117. 1 □ with every t.reen or tan. We ear- purchase of Man*' other odd tdzen. Reduced Ready to Hang £,£■' toTan., k ~ Sls or more. m proportion: The Economy Rug Cos. 213 East Washington St. Opposite Courthouse The United Rug Cos. 207 West Washington St. —* Opposite Statehouse OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT WE DELIVER SCHOOLS AID IN DRIVE Students to Co-Operate in Clean l'p Campaign. Co-operation of Indianapolis pub lic school pupils in the annual "clean-up. paint-up” campaign of the Junior Chamber of Commerce PAGE 25 has been promised by Superintend ent Charles F. Miller. The campaign starts Monday and will continue until May 4. School pupils will be given blanks on which to check improvements ut their homes. Fifty dollars has been oflered for the six best essays in a seventh and eighth grade erffitest.