We all enjoyed the assemblies planned for us by Miss Latshaw, Miss Hayden, and Mr. Markley. At our first assembly, held on the opening day of school, short talks were made by some of the members of the Board of Education. Since then, other prominent people about Kansas City have given talks on subjects which have been interesting to everyone. Dr. Burris A. Jenkins gave a patriotic speck, Bishop Nelson Spencer used for his talk the intriguing title of “Black Magic on White Paper,” H. Roe Bartle, the Boy Scout Executive for Kansas City, spoke on “Thank God for America,” Fredrick Tom, a representative of the Future Farmers of America Club in Hawaii, talked about the different customs and affairs of his country. The Kansas University and Central College bands presented enjoyable concerts. Several of the departments of the school presented excerpts of their work.