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THE DIXIE NEWS G. II. CLUB BUSY I activity be an evidence of growth, the G. H. Club is fulfil ling its fondest dreams. Last week each member was initiated and Monday the organization presented a program in Chapel. The program was different, and varied from a demonstration of Roberts Rules of Order to the burlesque in debate and piano-logu- e. Miss Lottie Tobler added variety by singing a solo. MEETING OF THE BOYS HELD AMITIA GIRLS Monday morning the Amitia of male girls met for the second time PHYSICS LABORATORY IMPROVED A ROYAL OUTING added to the party, Mr. Call and Mr. Bowler of Ogden, and Mr. Holt and Mr. Truman of Enterprise. Following the dance some sleep was enjoyed until 4:30 a. m. Saturday when the siren called us from dreams to the waiting cars and at 5:00 a. m., right to schedule, in spite of resistance on the part of one Ford, we were merrily meeting the morning breeze, speedily sailing toward the trees, the res of trees on the borderline, the forests of cedar, spruce and pine. The second faculty social of A special meeting Since last spring several hun- the season, announced the offimembers of the Dixie student this year The Punse of the dred dollars worth of valuable cial of authority, will be a weekbody and the faculty was held, meeting was to discuss the equipment has been added end outing to Enterprise and beBry-ne- r, Miss Girl. Dixie Ideal to the Physics laboratory. The yond pine nut hunting with Monday, October 27 after the of the school, new equipment includes a he west end of the county assoc-atio- n the matron Devotional exercises. The purin charge. The entire pose of the meeting was to con- outlined the ideals of the past, set, galvanometer, of and merits the their present. volt meter, weston ammeter, faculty of the County and the sider the eradication of profandiscussed by rheostat, erooks tube, resist- Dixie College are invited. ity and ungentlemanly conduct. Problems were President Jenson and Mr. Nich- several members of the club and ance box, bookcase and cupboard Splendid, every member as- sented. Well be there was the oles spoke of the effects of such was unanimously concluded. space. voice of general approval, and habits and the students particiTo these improvements are to All members of the club participa few days later, as always; pated in a general discussion. DIXIE DRAMATIC CLUB be added new work tables, which ated in the program. The boys of the Dixie desire to somebody began to will be made in the woodwork Happens The demonstration of the conduct themselves as The Dixie Dramatic club ad- department of our school; $200 wonder if such a trip would be gentleRules of Order was in three divi- men. ded many new' members to its in new electrical equipment, an desirable and pleasurable, etc., Soon the chauffeurs shouted sions: The election of officers, ranks Wednesday morning in independent switch board, the and decided not to go. Another Modena next, cars were re- temporary and permanent; the BOY SCOUTS ATTEND the Devotional exercises when it base of which will be a slab of said pine nut gathering would be picnisheil with gas and oil and on formal of a meeting; conducting hunting we went, caring little for threat-no- t held its official initiation. The marble which was presented to all right but 'pine-nu- t CONVENTION and the giving of a vote of FacThe them. for College of these the school by the Dixie Stock dramatic ability cning cloud, storm will not officers. to excused retiring were appreciation legitimately ulty in members was tested Growers four Bank. worry a j ubilant crowd. A sandLorenzo McGregor and LeRoy since with Joseph Musick presided during representative one-ajustone wich breakfast enroute was plays composed from the demonstration. The num- Condie who were chosen by the the class parties which they as heartily enjoyed, afThe stunts rhymes. nursery ' district council to attend the ber was highly educational. forded much amusement for the NOTES FROM CHEMIS- parental overseers must attend Twenty-thre- e miles beyond The question for debate was: Older Scouts Conference at audience and showed that the were scheduled for the week TRY DEPARTMENT Modena to the Pine us brought Resolved that the student body Provo, returned home last Sun- club is end ; the teachers in the eastern and intends to keep alert Groves where the big idea of the should support the year book. day. The boys left Oct. 22, of couldnt the get county part this winter. much the During present year things going outing was to be realized. SupThe affirmative was defended were met in Cedar City by execuwas also demonstrated new equipment is being added to there; some of the teachers, plied with small pails and sacks Its pep Kilbum and Nelson. even in St. George greeted an we by Mary Miller and LeRoy Con-di- tives in its success in making and sel- the Chemistry Department. left the cars in the canyon to Provo. The scouts Thence the negative, by Ashworth to spend the weekopportunity balls in the matinee pop-cor- n nine students Twenty ling road and climbed the side of the college Thompson and Thelmer Stratton. from various sections of Utah, dance given Thursday afternoon are registered in Inorganic Qual- end at home, and so the numbers mountains. Jack Frost had know The method and content was ser- Arizona, and Nevada were repre- by the Bureau of Public Sendee. itative and Organic been there ahead of us; the pine Chemistry. dwindled, but they didnt ious and burlesque, it being evid- sented at the convention. what a splendid party they were cones were These and the are stand off watch Students Dont supplied yawning on the trees Assembly was held in the colent that the negative debaters to miss. going like needed with who but club, ye dramatics, every and the nuts lay scattered on the apparatus were convinced to the affirma- lege hall of the B. Y. U. Here Four p. m. Friday two Fords carpets under the trees, waiting and general laboratory equipin on the fun ! and get join the various councils of Utah, tive side of the proposition. and a Chevrolet loaded with for us to gather them in. At ment. Miss Minnie Ilafen rendered a Arizona, and Nevada were introAbout $700. has recently been camp supplies and passengers noon we came back to camp, enFRESHMEN CLASS modem version of Wearing of duced. Following this the spent for new material which in- left St. George, arriving at En- joyed a good warm dinner and recouncil served the It was a piano-logu- e the Green. REPORT cludes glassware, porcelain ware, terprise at 7 :00 p. m. just as the turned at 2 p. m. to our project. scouts at a Banquet. The promand not a solo. ex- big bonfire on the Enterprise Of all the chemicals, a motor-drive- n party, only Mr. A. K. The Freshmen and Sophomore haust and compression pump, school grounds blazed into light. Last week the members parti- inent themes of the convention to return to lunch, failed Hafen School classes are going to make the cipated in stunts that varied in wrere Older Scouts in the automatic gas generator for Arriving from St. George were though we could not get him to artisticness from displaying and Older Scouts in the Church. Junior Prom of this year the qualitative chemistry, westhal Mr. and Mrs. Lcland Hafcn, tell us whether this was because made very most successful one held in the green on various parts of the The convention was balance, haemacytometer, Emily Harmon, Eva Crosby, he had satisfied this need with swimhistory of the school. It has anatomy, to crowing in public. entertaining by parades, electric centri- Lena Nelson, Harold Snow, Tillie pine nuts or whether the food Some of the members attempted ming, competitive stunts and heretofore been given by the fuge, and rubber goods. Winsor, Mishie Seegmiller, A. A. was less fascinating than the joy to artfully inveigle people into banquets. All in all the conven- Third Years but since the Dixie Our chemical library has also Paxman, Iris Stowell, A. K. of gathering nuts in October. successful. was tion very become the Normal has others hands frith College them, shaking been strengthened by the addi- Hafen, Gcorgiana Roberts and He returned to camp late in the Dixie College it will henceforth tion of several new and to buying water, one attempted impor- Mabel Jarvis, representing the evening with a brimming bucket be taken over by the college tant books. to wear a black eye and nose, Woodward School, Dixie College, of nuts. Every member of the POLICE FORCE classes. some tried to feed off the faculBloomington School and County party came in with at least a few ORGANIZED under are Plans themselves to establish and way already school office. At Enterprise pounds of the splendid harvest. ty is not BOOKS TO BE ADDED the it for Prom, with that said faculty. although were Principal J. R. Fawcett, The police force of the Dixie After appetizing camp supper A group of six until If the past week be an index to April. Mabel Terry, Annie Sullivan, a TO LIBRARY was organized October of songs, stories, etc. College program future activities, the students 23. Mr. Newel Frei was chosen composed of three from each Ruth Winsor, Verna Harmon, was enjoyed, then all retired; had better prepare for anything. class, the president, commissionThe new books to be added to Paul Thurston, W. C. Staheli, the call of the acting chairman, John McAllist- er of amusements and one other pine bough matfollows: S. C. Jones are as the Member Board and library Ernest Lucile Worthen, tresses being more than we could er, class member, make up the com- These Eventful Years were wife. duly Two and Greetings Edresist. And there we remained Stucki, Grace Sullivan and FACTS CONCERNING mittee. Volumes. exchanged, camp rolls and food until the sun culled us out Sunward Hunt as policemen. The The Freshmen are also prepar- Education Moves Ahead THE HIGH SCHOOL !oxes unpacked, and supper was day morning, some having slept laws and regulations of the insti-- ; Founders for Day. They soon in progress. From the overtime, others Smith. tution have been enforced within ing having enjoyed selected have of the their the It has been reported that style dutch ovens came the fragrance the marvelous stories of guns, "Keeping Up With Science the past and it is the hope of this and song of delicious beef steaks, and Washington County Junior High years officers that this good caps, and are willing to stand by Edwin E. Slosson. hunting, both what had been and class the schools have a large and promis- record fire of the presidents faculty the and from New The Testament depth Today The and anticipations for the future, may be improved. potat- with which Mr. Paxman and Mr. came the perfectly-bake- d ing enrollment for this year. present officials are well qualm- - on their decision of what will be Shailer Matthews. done on that day Travel-whette- d The total enrollment is appetites Thurston entertained each other Landmarks In the History of oes. ed for their positions and will do and seventy, attested the quality during the silent watches of the generously enforce Christianity. the Early regtheir utmost to the exand and seventy of which are at St. ulations of the school. havof in that fortunate We are supper camp a into When very you get tight They night. George, the largest division. ask for the support of the stu- place and pertness of the cooks. everything goes ing these volumes. With almost military swiftness After supper a few minutes Hurricane, trebling itself in the dents in maintaining the good against you, till it seems as rolls were packed, cars were devoted to plans for Satur- bedding last year, has sixty-threLINEOLUM BOUGHT though you could not hold on a standards. and the return trip started minute longer, never give up Toquerville come third in rank day then all adjourned to the We passed flock after with twenty and Enterprise last New inlaid linoleum of the Winsor Confectionary and Cabthen, for that is just the place flock of BOOSTERS sheep whose shepherds with seventeen. The last one THE DIXIE and time that the tide will turn. best quality has been laid in the aret where dancing was enjoyed were with an occasional thrilled would not be maintained if it Stowe. Domestic Science room. until 11 p. m. Four guests were atare Boosters Dixie The cheery wave from some fair were not for the benefits which hour an to arrange attempting ladys hand ; and stopped gladly the students derive. Many when the to may they day acknowledge the 'salute de tend that would otherwise have during club work. meet for bandana from one of the passenregular to remain at home if it were not seems to be eleven at Monday Only one shepherd declin- gers. sustained. sessions so have to ed answer regular pleasantly. The The most capable teachers held the been not shake of his head evid- past during vigorous have been chosen, they are Club has But the cncing his objection to such trained for the work they are two weeks. condiof in been active due motive on the part of ppite giving. The work is all the in members six ; tions appeared strangers. He has our sympasame and each student gets the all last Sunday, others, thy. equal chance except that St. public the in interested not who are A piping hot breakfast was George has a larger library and oratoricand scheduled debating served at Modena, a pile of well larger laboratories. are al contests, preparing busy be the tiles serving as the break-tablto This year is going in the profor participation While here one of biggest success in the history, of the Public Service grams had her first clubs teachers the and lady athletic the debating metor-generat- or j ac-th- en ct i - e; Tim-panog- as ; j two-hundr- one-hundr- ed ed e. ! ill-fate- be-!gu- n. d, j) In are already organized. CALANDER Oct. 22 Dixie Bureau. It is planned that several dents will be invited to join the organization in the near future. FINALS IN INTERCLASS state the attend to left ulty B. B. SERIES WON convention. teachers Student body program, Three Pills in a Bottle, presented. Oct. 27 Boys and girl3 meet separately after chapel. Oct. 28 Rulon sits with the faculty. Oct. 29 The Dramatic Club initiates. Oct. 80 Biggest event of season the Popcorn Ball at the Oct. 24 Gym. Oct. 31 Third Year Day. sight of a train, and was with difficulty restrained from leaving for the south on the limited stu- College fac- BY FACULTY The two games of the class series, which were to determine the champions of the class series, were played October 13-1The first game between the 3rd Years and Sophs was hard fought and resulted in a 19-2-5 4. victory for the Third Years. The final game won by the fast faculty team, which was made up of old time stars, took the long end of a 23-5-3 score. e. S. P. L. A. S. L. A School which teaches that The End of Education and of Industry is Not Profits But Life 'A more abundant life. Reluctantly we said adieus to the Enterprise teachers at noon, promising them a pleasurable time when they came to St. InstiGeorge for the tute. We reached St. George at 5 p. m. Sunday, and found no trouble in convincing those who failed to go that they alone hsd been the unfortunate ones. Lets make this an annual event. What do you say? Mid-wint- er Heaven is not always angry when he strikes, But most chastises those whom most he likes.