FIRST PLAY OF YEAR, SUCCESS
April 11—The first High School play of the year was given in the High School auditorium under the direction of Miss Margaret Kochenderfer. This play had the honor of being the first production given on the new stage. The cast was composed of Reginald Ford, Clara Bell Hamill, Richard Roy, Janet Tower, Wilma Moomaw, Harley Dawson and Charles Dodge. With this talented cast and the cooperation of the faculty and school as a whole, the play was a decided dramatic and financial success.
April 17—Miss Falkenstein's Home Economic girls presented us with an afternoon of pleasure just before the Easter vacation. Some worthwhile suggestions were given on how to keep and preserve men. This went over big with the feminine sex.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRL HONORED
April 26—Mildred Stemple, an O. H. S. Senior, was chosen as one of the two outstanding 4H girls to represent Maryland at the National 4H encampment in Washington. Each year two 4H girls and two 4H boys are chosen by the Maryland State Directors to take part in the camp activities with representatives from all the other States in the Union. This year the camp will be in session from July 18 to 24. All members will participate in tours around Washington, lectures, etc. Above all, the representatives of each State will be presented to President Hoover.
JUNIOR FOOD SALE
April 26—The Junior Class of O. H. S. conducted a food sale at Smouse's store. The proceeds, which amounted to over thirteen dollars, will be used to help finance the Junior and Senior Prom, which will be held on May 23.
WON THIRD PRIZE
May 3—Wayne Fitzwater won third prize in the public speaking contest held by the Agriculture boys of the State— "The Future Farmers of America," at the University of Maryland on May 3. The prize was $5.00 in gold.
STUDENTS VISIT CUMBERLAND AND LUKE
May 15—The Science students, under the supervision of Mr. Smith, took a trip to Cumberland and Luke. The class left in a bus about eight o'clock in the morning and returned at four in the evening. They visited the Kelly Springfield Tire Co. in Cumberland and the paper mills in Luke. This trip proved very interesting and helpful to all who went.
THE JUNIOR PROM
May 23—The Juniors gave a dance in honor of the Seniors on May 23d. The hall was beautifully decorated with the class colors and spring flowers. The music was furnished by the Harmony Boys. Besides the dance, a program was given by the Junior Class.
Senior Class, Oakland High School
Ruth Enlow Library, Oakland
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School yearbooks; Oakland (Md.)--Genealogy
Oakland (Md.), 1930