B. H. S. BUGLE
Scholarship Edition
1933 continued, Part II

  

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HONOR ROLL- THIRD QUARTER.

Class of '33, Class Leaders      Class of '34, Class Leaders
Marian Argotsinger, 91 Sophie Sirotick, 93.25
Joseph Kasperunas, 88 Elma Finch, 93
Edward Walsh, 87 Carol Fraker, 91
Honor Roll Honor Roll
Leo Hickock Norma Phillips
Elizabeth Merchant Thelma McVean
Ernest Kissinger Geneva White

 

Class of '35, Class Leaders      Class of '36, Class Leaders
Katherine Van Buren, 90.2 Evelyn Baird, 93.2
Dorothy Hodges, 89.3 Lillian Eaton, 92.8
Margretta Luff, 88.5 Sally Young, 92.2
Honor Roll Honor Roll
Ellis Seeley Edward Lockrow
    Martha Fletcher

School Leaders

Sophie Sirotick, 93.25
Evelyn Baird, 93.2
Elma Finch, 93

    

BASEBALL SCHEDULE.

May 5.   Canajoharie at Northville May 2.   Ft. Plain at Broadalbin
May 9.   Broadalbin at St. Johnston May 12. Broadalbin at Canajoharie
May 12. St. Johnsville at Ft. Plain May 16. Broadalbin at Northville
May 19. Canajoharie at St. Johnsville     May 19.  Ft. Plain at Northville
May 26. Canajoharie at Ft. Plain May 26. Northville at Broadalbin
June 2.  Canajohaire at Broadalbin June 2.  Northville at St. Johns.
June 6.  Northville at Ft. Plain June 6.  St. Johns. at Canajoharie
June 9.  Ft. Palin at Canajohaire June 13. Broadalbin at Ft. Plain
June 16. Northville at Canajoharie June 16. Ft. Plain at St. Johns.
June 23. St. Johns. at Northville    

 

SHALL WE MAKE IT A POINT TO SEE ALL THESE GAMES?

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Some of the Soph. girls are very interested in the Senior boys.  What will they do
during Easter vacation?  Will you be lonesome, Kitty?  You know that
Jack will be gone.

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Kitty?  Have you had the mumps? We hope that the Sophomore girls have
all had them.  Do you suppose Jack will get them, Kitty?

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CHORUS ENTERTAINMENT

The Girls' Chorus of Broadalbin High School presented a Three Act
Musical Program in the High School Friday evening.  The program was
as follows:

ACT I
Cast

Interlocutrix..........................Dorcas Crapo

End Ladies

Mandy...............Kathleen Swears                             Pansy............Grace Meaney
Dinah............................Lillian Jeffords                    Eliza...........Lola Coloney
Jemima............Doris Smith                                     Caroline.......Sylvia Vail

Musical Numbers

Opening Chorus............................Entire Company
Southern Memories.......................Chorus
Moon Song......................................Miss Crapo - Chorus
Specialty..........................................End Ladies
The Love Nest.................................Miss Van Buren - Chorus
Mood Indigo...................................Misses Finch - Luff- Crapo
Sweet Georgia Brown.................Miss Luff - Chorus
The Baby Parade..........................Frances Canfield, Millicent Cruthers
Finale................................................Entire Company

ACT II

Sing You Singers..................................Chorus
Mary and Martha..............................Chorus
Carry Me Back To Old Virginy.........Chorus
Oh Dem Golden Slippers.................Chorus
Tap Dance..........................................Jean Bower
Old Jemina..........................................Chorus
My River Home...................................Ernest Kissinger, Phillip Fassett
Darkness On The Delta.....................Miss Luff
Dinah.....................................................Miss Bartlett
Charleston...........................................Misses Finch, Crapo, Luff, Cornell, Haff
Mississippi Mud....................................Chorus
All American Girl................................Chorus
Collegiate............................................Chorus
Ice Cream............................................Misses Pitcher, Cooper, Crapo, Finch
Meet The Boy Friend..........................Miss Vail
The Girl In The Green Hat................Bobbie Dorman
Back In The Old Sunday School.....Doris and Louise Costine
Shuffle Off To Buffalo.........................Misses Finch, Luff
Forty-Second Street..........................Chorus
Grand Finale.......................................Entire Company

  

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Easter Recess Begins Thursday April 13 and ends April 24 at 9 a.m.

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Lets not forget that baseball starts right after Easter.
Support the boys at the games.

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Shall we return from Easter vacation ready for work? Remember we all want to make a
fine record in the June exams.

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The Seniors will give us the story of their Washington trip in the next edition of the paper.

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ATHLETIC BANQUET

The annual athletic banquet was held in the auditorium Sat. evening at 6:30.  Following an excellent supper served by members of the P. T. A., the following toast order was presented:

Toastmaster:  Miss Catherine Suits, "Faculty Fans"
Boys' Captain:  Mr. Leon Jeffords, "Some Advice To Beginners"
Girls' Captain:  Miss Dorcas Crapo, "Contacts:  Social and Otherwise"
Boys' Manager:  Mr. Donald Coons, "Highlights"
Girls' Manager:  Miss Kathleen Swears, "Keep A-Goin' "
Principal:  Mr. Wilson Perkins, "Benefits of Athletics to B. H. S."

Following the banquet awards were given for both teams, as well as the special awards for basketball foul shooting.
Dancing was enjoyed until 12 o'clock.

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CLASS NOTES.

FRESHMEN NOTES.

Lillian Eaton says that Science is a hard subject.  It might be easier if she would listen to Miss Fortmiller instead of Ed Lockrow.

Girls' names beginning with "M" seem to be a favorite with Elwood E and Bob Benedict.

Doris Smith wishes that Allen Stewart would grow a little so that she could claim him.

Mary Maine says that a boy like Harold is her ideal.

It won't be long now before the boys will be serenaded  beneath their windows as one of the Frosh girls is taking lessons on the guitar.

Dorothy Willard already has a house but she would like one "MOREHOUSE".

We all hope that Ed. Lockrow will soon take his choice of either Grace or Lillian.

SOPHOMORE NOTES.

Lillian J. usually has a lot of torn papers for he wastebasket.  Now Lillian, where do those papers come from?  Has it anything to do with the fact that Elwood L. uses a great deal of paper lately?

Thelma Argotsinger used to study in the Freshman room but now that a certain Freshman boy studies in another room Thelma moved in there also.  What are you keeping from us Thelma?

Ask Dorothy Hodges why she sits and gazes at Fred R.?

Onnie certainly believes that "True love" never runs smooth.

Will Margretta be lonesome during Easter vacation with Phil and Ernie in Washington?  Too bad your birthday comes while they are gone.
Since writing the above, Phil has contracted the mumps.  You will have to go see him now Margretta.

Poor Bob, when the other boys take their girls riding, he has to take his girl walking.

Floyd Weiss can study much better in the room when the girls are down at chorus.

Hazel Weiderman gives good advice on love.  She'll give her advice whether it is requested or not.

JUNIOR NOTES.

We are glad to hear that Sonya is recovering rapidly from her recent operation for appendicitis at St. Mary's hospital in Amsterdam.  She has had several visitors from B. H. S. and would be glad to see some more.  She receives her visitors cordially.  If you do not believe it, ask Jack Hults, Slip or Ed Walsh.

Miss Suits asked Ed Richards in English class if trousers is a singular or plural word.  "Singular at the top and plural at the bottom", answered Ed.

These are two questions for Elma to answer:  Why the interest in Vernon Pickering -- and why didn't Sprague Jennings sit beside you in church Wed. night?

Advance notice. . . . . Watch in the rumble seat of Miss Hager's Chevrolet and see who goes to the baseball games with Sister.

Some undiscovered talent will be presented at the Junior dance.

Carol Fraker has added the scalps of Howard W. and Art F. to her list.

The Juniors are selling tablets, pencil ones -- 5 cents and ink ones 5 or 10 cents.  Apply at the lab.

Next year the Junior class will have red and white sweaters -- but they will be Seniors then.

SENIOR NOTES.

Lucie Coloney recently Amsterdam High.

Marion MacVean is back at school again after being ill with mumps and scarlet fever.

Phil Fassett attended a very strenuous party Wed. night and is now ill from the results of visiting the Postoffice.  We expect there will b e some more invalids within a couple of weeks.

Jack Hults and Walt Coons took a ride on the back roads one noon recently and got stuck in the mud, just for an excuse to skip school.

Dorcas, Lola and Marion and Betty M. were recent shoppers in Gloversville.  I guess some people are going on a trip.

Ruthe Frank was in Amsterdam Saturday evening.

Miss Doris Lee had company from Johnstown Wednesday.  She has had that before.

Dorcas Crapo was in Johnstown Saturday night.

Irene -- Say Doris you didn't know that I owned a bank, did you?
Pete L. - - What's the name of it  - - "Irene Sand Bank?

Last Minute Notes.

A calamity befell Doris Smith one night at chorus.

We were sorry to hear that Bob F. underwent an operation Thursday night at the Amsterdam City Hospital.

Ernie and Jack are considering changing their title to "Two Musketeers" since Phil has had the mumps.  Never mind Phil, maybe they will get them too.

KATTY KORNER.

We wonder why Miss Fortmiller was so happy last week.  At times she was really hilarious.  Would you tell us please?  Someone told us that you had a date to go to the movies.

Mable Mulligan seems to be quite fickle.  There's Leo, George, Lewis Floyd, and S Sprague; AND NOW WHO SHOULD COME AND TALK WITH HER FOR HOURS BUT KENNETH SHAW.  Really Mable you should divide up a bit with the other girls.

Spring has really come.  We thought it had last week but we were not sure of it.  Now Miss Hager has proved that warm weather is really here. How?  Oh, we can't tell you but ask her.  We noticed though that she had to wear her fur coat afterward.

We wonder if Miss Suits will be lonesome next week.  We just know that Jim will be.

Do you miss Grace, Wesley?  You seemed to enjoy your little chats with her.

In Onnie jealous?  Jack and Slip seem to have taken a sudden interest in Evelyn S.  Too bad, boys, she has the mumps now.

Ask the teachers if Hazel Weiderman would be missed around 9 a.m. or 1:15 p.m.?

Why do the lights go out so early over to Cornell's?  Is Charlie there?  Well Ruth you won't be able to entertain him next week.

One of the Freshmen boys seems to be taking the place of one of the faculty members.  He tries to keep one of the Sophomore girls supplies with sweets.

Nellie and Tessie are still good friends.  We always thought Frank K. liked Nellie but he seems to have quite a bit to say to Tessy.

Kib seems to be very popular with the teachers.  He has a data [sic] with one or two of them every night.

Carol, Miss Winne is still waiting for those roses that you cherish so much.  Surely you could spare just one.  We all know that he would want you too.

Why does Ruth hurry so to get to Latin III class?  Is she afraid that someone else will get her place?  We think that there are several who would like it?

we are quite surprised at Roger.  He rode by some of the High School girls and even the teachers and never stopped.  What was worse it was pouring but he didn't seem to mind.

Isn't it nice, Ruth, to have someone carry your books to History class?  Do you think Charlie would approve? 

We would like to print a certain little statement made by Lola but we can't because she threatened the editor.

Gene seems to like the name of Leon.  When she is to far away to talk to Chip she has a little conversation with Leon P.

We can't seem to understand what George Kross has to talk with the girls so much.  Anyway it must be pleasant because they always smile sweetly at him.

Really, Ernie, you ought not to be so fickle.  First you call on one girl, then on another; at least you  to wait until another night.  Have you been up to see Margretta lately, she was quite lonesome for your visits a short time ago?

We sincerely hope that this disturbs Miss Hager as  much as it did Miss Winne when she was typing the Junior Edition.

B. H. S. Cookie.

Miss Jewell - "Bob Trevett, step right up here and give me what you have in your mouth."
Bob T. - "Good, it's the toothache this time."

Miss Winne (In Geog. class) - "What are the products of the U. S.?"
Leo - "I don't know."
Miss W. - "Come now, where do we get our sugar?"
Leo - "We borrow it from the next door neighbor."

Miss Suits - "Really, Leon, your handwriting is terrible, you must learn to write better."
Leon P. - "Well, if I did, you'd be finding fault with my spelling."

I put my money in a sock,
The sock, it had a hole;
I wish now I had used a bank,
For I have lost my roll.

I put my money in the bank,
I wish I had used my sock;
For fate stepped in with playful prank - 
And put that bank in hock.

During History class Miss Winne asked, "What happened in 1483?"
"Luther was born." answered Gerald M.
"Correct, what happened in 1487?"
After a long pause Gerald answered  - "Luther was four years old."

Miss Suits - "Nero was reproved for burning Rome."
Chip - "After all that's better than harping on one's troubles."

Peanut - "Darling, have you made all the arrangements for the elopement?"
Bob - "Yes, my love.  we take the Zepplin to S. A., get married in Rio, announce our marriage from London, ask for Forgiveness in Cherbourg, and wire from Paris for the return fare home."

"E" is for everything we no compree;
"D" is for duty as plain as can be.
"U" is for us who are uncivilized,
"C" is for courses so systemized.
"A" is for answers to questions we've missed.
"T" is for things that in textbooks exist.
"I" is for indolence, insane, and ink;
"O" is for office; and from it we shrink.
"N" is for "nollege" (we hope we're not wrong)
"Why yearn for vacation - it won't be long."

One night at the school board meeting, Mr. Perkins demanded that geography teachers' salaries be raised.  "It's no cinch," said Mr. Perkins, "trying to teach that world is not flat in times like these."

Mrs. Hults is having a great deal of trouble with Jack since he discovered in a newspaper a statement that a rather elderly lady had said to her children, "Mother knows best".  She admitted that she had been wrong about 95% of the time.  

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Ask Miss Fortmiller what her favorite song is.

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We wish you all a very, very Happy Easter!

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