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THE DIXIE NEWS CLASS REPORTS BANNER YEAR FOR FRESHMEN Nothing is impossible to him who wills, so thinks Mr. Frei, Pres, of Freshman class. He has been a valuable asset to tho class. He has spent countless hours in planning class activi HURRICANE WINS IN TRACK AND FIELD MEET SCOUT ACTIVITIES The Extension and Superviscommittee of the St. George district went to Enterprise on March 29 and presented the Enterprise troop its charter. A large and enthusiastic audience was present. The Santa Clara Troop enjoyed an overnight hike up Snows Canyon on April 3 and 4. Scout leaders Henry Graff, Rex Frei and Owen Frei supervised the outing.' St. George troop 1 enjoyed a hike on April 5. Scoutmaster B Jarvis Jr. was in charge. The Pole Star troop of St. George entertained in honor of the boys mothers on April 1. The affair was held in the Light ion Saturday April 11, the Junior High Schools of the county met at the City Park in a track and field meet. The Dixie College first years, and Woodward lurricane, Schools were in the first division and Leeds and La Verkin were in ties. le second. With the aid of the SophomorThe results of the first divises the best Prom ever staged ion were Hurricane first here became an item of history points, Dixie College first years, Saturday night April 4th. second 28 3 points, and Woodward third 27z points. Leeds won the second division. THIRD YEARS The result of the first division 33-2- PARENT-TEACHER- -3 1-- WHERE? WHAT? WHEN? S ENTERTAIN Next Friday night anybody can walk, run, ride or otherwho the students of be conveyed to Washington wise spent an evening at home while their parents will be the happy participants of Friday April 3 the Dixie College the greatest post Easter affair ever held in Southern Utah. dance given in the gym. The moon will be just right A very large crowd was present. Besides dancing, gamer neither full or the seawere played and lunch was serv- son and the weather are most ed. To judge from the way the opportune. The Public Service Bureau is different events were entered into every one enjoyed himself. presenting its first annual ball. attended the Parent-Teache- rs Last Thursday night a party was given in the gym by the ROTA BETAS It is spring. Everywhere the of the insects, the ow humming merry song of the robin, the soft murmuring breezes, and the ainty colored flowers instils within each student the romantic desire for long, lazy walks. White latticed walls were hung with rose garlands ; white benches, palms, flowers, and grass all ombined in a moonlit garden. FROM A MISSIONARY Sach wanderer in this paradise radiated with happiness. And lxs Angeles, Cal. who had caused it all? The all-gon- M. I. A. ENTERTAIN CLUB REPORTS e; March 31, 1925. lota Betas. West Ward M. I. A. Games Dixie Editorial Staff: M. were played, a program was givPlease accept my sincere Members of the third year are: en by the different M. I. A. class50 yds. dash Baker, 1st year thanks and appreciation for your WOODWARD SCHOOL class are wearing a broad smile. Cave. es, lunch was served, and after ; Stratton, Hurricane and L. irst "You wonder why? NOTES St. George troop 1 has just re- the lunch the party ended with kindness in sending me The Woodward tied second. for Cox, News. can Dixie I assure Three of the consolation you with twenty-fou- r dancing. Shot put Walker, 1st year, registered that 1 realize a great deal of joy On May 1 the school machinchamps are members of the enrolled. A large number of people were rst ; Gubler, Hurricane, second ; boys class, and all of the students are The troop committee of the in attendance and a good time in reading the contents of it ery at the Woodward School will 440 third. Hurricane, Battey, from time to time. In my esti- stop for the summer vacation. proud of this distinction. Pole Star troop has been was had by all. ards Hurricane, Battey, first; mation the Dixie College stands Welcome home champs ! check up" on the work and with Frank Cox as for every thing that was enum- activities of the school proves The third year class was well Stratton, Hurricane, second; chairman and Ferdinand Stucki, Literature is the thought of hompson, Woodward, third, erated in the last issue and a. that this has been a very sucand represented on Girls' day. MemGardner Thomas Wayne souls. thinking L. Cox, Woodward, ligh jump cessful year from many view bers participated in each event. great deal more. as members. irst; Stratton, Hurricane, sec- GardnerHiawtha 1 was to of the hear overjoyed points. It has been a record The troop is now ful- and second, Santa Clara third. ond; W. Cox, Woodward and and in Lake Salt The hope ireaker in enrollment. Hurri- victory organized with H. L. Reid as Chair Carry Relay FIRST YEAR REPORT Thompson, Hurricane tied for ly will and edutrust that and duplicate they music, physical commitraining, cane won ; other teams disqualihird. 100 yard dash Baker, chairman of the troop it in Chicago. The Dixie Col- cation departments have func-ionK. Nicholes, Albert E. fied. Jos. tee; st and Hurricane years Battey, Friday not only brought back lege aims to develop the mind, very efficiently ; the new Miller and Howard Miller as Jump Rope Relay Hiawatha soul and body and from all indiDixie athletic champions but a tied for first ; Taylor, 1st years, play ground equipment has made members of the committee ; and troop won ; other teams disquali880 yard Romney, Job arc cations bigger name for the first years. hird. doing t possible to motivate the play certainly they Hall, W. C. Cox and Carl L. fied. They have been recognized as Woodward, first ; Hemmingway, Moss as scout leaders. it. periods to such an extent, that At the Court of Honor meetthe livliest class in school and Woodward, second; Hansen, 1st Missionary work is steadily hey have untold value in an eduExecutive Golden Kilbum ing held Saturday night examinthird. Broad showed ears, the jump Friday girls forcibly cational way. ations were passed successfully progressing in the California Woodward first; made his monthly visit April by their energetic actions they lerman, all a and Mission from reports He met with the various commit- as follows: Eagle rank Bliss The progressive attitude of were the source of the past suc- Thompson, Hurricane second ; is work accomplish great being tees, holding special meeting Jarvis and Carlyle Thompson; the teachers and the spirit of cocess and activity. The first hompson, Woodward third. ed. and committeemen with troop operation penetrating through Starrank Milton Walker ;Merit years strong, robust girls have 220 yard Battey, Hurricane, scout leaders. He expressed time the Los the school, has added charm to At the present Milton Walker passed badges made it apparent that they dont irst; Baker, 1st years, second; as being very favorably craftwork in wood, public health, Angeles Male Quartet (Elders the work and made possible himself Hurricane third, sleep on the job. They are the Workman, with the progress of bird study, athletics, pathfind- Rowe, Iverson, Fuller and Miles) many desired results. real sports and Herculeans of ole Vault Herman, Wood- impressed is preparing a Concert Program scout work in this district. ing, personal health, carpentry 25. ward, first; Stratton and Hart-eFriday April 3, the school opThe Pole Star troop has just and civics; Carlyle Thompson which will be given in all the eretta, Toreadors was present1st Hurricane, Walker, years sent conferences of the Mission in the off its papers for and passed scholarship, signalling, ied for second. Relay won by near future. The Quarte' ed at CEnterprise Clara.Tuesday B. Glen Smith was revery SOPHOMORE Both at Santa cooking, plumbing, automobiling st years. April appointed by the troop commit- and bird study ; Bliss Jarvis pas- has had the privilege of singing communities were delighted with The Junior College Prom givtee as scoutmaster. Earl J. sed scholarship, cooking, signal on 50 occasions since the first o the A total of performance. the year, the majority of them en April 4, by the two College Bleak, Cummings Gardner, Elvis ing, automobiling, YEAR BOOK PROplumbing, of the eighty five including teachers, classes was the most succesful erry and Ellis Everett were bird study and carpentry ; Rulon being before students and orchestra made the GRESSING Prom so far given. The hall chosen as assistant scoutmast- Everett passed public health, Church. My advice to those who trip. intend filling Missions is was elaborately decorated with civics and bird study; LeRoy Another element which will ers. In the afternoon the Woodand instru flowers making it appear as a The scout leaders class of the Condie passed swimming, life study music, vocal lelp to make this school year a mental. Street corner solos ward School girls defeated the rose garden. The chief features is the year book, College is now making a study of saving, personal health and pub- without year )anner any accompaniment are Enterprise girls in a real excitof the decorations were a large which will be ready for distribu-io- n some of the simple problems of lic health ; Calvert Andrus pas- hard to sing. ing baseball game and Coach basket of roses hanging in the about May 1st. This years boy psychology. The class act- sed craftwork in wood. First Kindest regards and best Worthens basket ball boys center of the hall, garlands lead- annual is the most ed as judges of the scout con- Class Rufus Pearce, Calvert expensive 5 and Stu- worked hard "to earn a ing from it to the balcony, lattic- book the school has ever produc- tests during the M. I. A. spring Andrus, Ellis McAllister, Jack wishes to the Faculty Mr. Thurstons from C. D. gang. of dents the game e-work entrance and artistic ed. The Ahlstrom, James Linder ; Second company says halt Saturday. printing Sincerely, of hall. each corner the booths in Miss Harmons gym girls won from Enterprise, Hur- Class Donald Bleak, Eugene he cover is the best used on any Troops Miles. C. Lorin Elder finThe Prom was not only a a baseball game last Friday from book they are printing this year. ricane, Santa Clara and St. Leany, George Smith, Howard ancial success. It was attended he Dixie College girls. The The book contains four color- George engaged in the scout con- Cannon, Robert Pickett, Carl was 33-1-1. from score Kanab, Cedar, ed inserts of by people Knavery may serve a turn, but Iroquis Indian de- tests held in connection with the Condie, Walter Brooks, Alma set is best in the end. Hurricane, Leeds, and other Some ?f the teachers took signs, a new feature for a Dixie Spring Halt Saturday. The re- Cottam, Theron Thompson and honesty tlements as well as a large num- Annual. Rex Nelson. sults are as follows : their classes for an Easter outber of townspeople and students. our not If we subdue passions ing Friday afternoon. Of the above boys Milton There are several new featurSquare Knot Relay Pole Star us. subdue will Calvert 1 Rulon they Everett, es. The Basket Ball boys are troop won, Troop second, Santa Walker, will talk to but a Mrs. Maud Thomas breakfast a is Donald good Rufus Hope A Pearce, Andrus, of third. featured. Clara picture )eing the 7th and 8th grade girls WedSECOND YEARS bad are and Bleak supper. Pole Eugene Leany he Prom is being placed in the Alphabet Signaling nesday, April 15. Star won, Troop 1 second. Enter- from the Pole Star troop. The The student body has no ques- xok. others are from St. George j He that plantB not corn sows Students are really missing an prise third. tion as to why the second years thistles. HURRICANE NOTES Potato Race Pole Star first Troop 1. are so gay. For they all know opportunity to preserve the bits not in buying we are proud to welcome home of school life The operetta Love Pirates of two members of our class who so yearbook. Each year will add Hawaii was given recently to well represented the D. C. in the to its value and in years to come an appreciative audience. Grace tournament at Chicago and that it will be a joy to you. Isom as Miss Primer, Reed Bradto Students fail appreciate the we are also proud of our girls shaw as Pirate Chief, Hazel who entered strong in the Girls value of a yearbook. It is cost beIsom as Dorothy, and Webb BarDay events. Besides we won a ing you $2.50, about 50 cents ber did exceptionally well. The prize for a very novel and artis- low cost, yet other schools would operetta will be played in Toquer-vill-e tic booth in the Junior Prom. charge double the price you are next Thursday night and paying. . again in Hurricane the following-FridayCALENDAR ed 6-- 8. y, non-memb- ers 10-1- . March 30 Nothing unusual happened in school today. March 31 A new subject arose in theology class. April 1 Students remember their childish ways. April 2 There was sufficient proof to Mr. Reids Love urn M TRACK AND FIELD The showing made in track and field during the absence of Coach Whitehead Bhows no lack of interest in this branch of athletics by the boys of the institution. Weather has been ideal for training and dozens of felCooing poem. lows have been out daily limberApril 3 Prom, prom, prom. April 4 The Dixie College ing up. Esplin looms up as a likely Junior Prom was a wonderfu candidate for state honors in the success. masked differ; weights this year. He puts the April 6 A ence was noted in the attitude o shot well over 45 feet and is handy with the disc. the girls toward the boys. The arrival of Coach White-heaApril 7 The mystery is not and such material as Crosyet solved. and Thompson, which April 8 The executive com by, Lund, mittee seeks violators of the law. the basket ball squad includes, this year's track and field team The rose that all are praising looks like a proposition of which more can be said later. Is not the rose for me. m contest. 1 d Year bocks are nearly all ered. Get yours now! ord- Finish paying for the year book now ! In the Oratorical contest conducted by Miss Stringham, Eleanor Isom won first place and Nina Nisson second. Eleanor was selected to represent the school in the county oratorical ULTURE HARACTER The last basket ball game played by the Hurricane team was with Fredonia. It resulted in an easy victory for Hurricane. Thursday night Mr. Larson and Miss Linder aided the Toquerville Faculty in a Parents Teacher Meeting. A new Giant Stride has just been erected. The teachers are finding it difficult to accommodate their pupils with the desired turns. Our track boys have been doing considerable practice lately. We are hoping for victory in the county meet.