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seniors: Jean Baer and Leonard Eagin, as iuniorsg Monna Troub and Richard Shapiro,
as sophomores. ll guess The Shapiros have a Tlare Tor speaking. Imagine TwenTy dollars
in one Tamily in Two weeksll . . . WenT To an inTeresTing assembly Today - "Ex-
ploring The Magic World oT Color" by HerberT T. STrong. Found ouT how TascinaT-
ing The Vio'eT Ray is and saw changes beTore my very eyes oT The color in rocks and
in The cosTumes worn by some OT The "preTTier" DaviseTTes.
Nov. 9, l938 ,
WenT To a very novel assembly This morningl Miss Cleveland has inTroduced a
new riTual Tor The presenTaTion oT NaTionaI Honor SocieTy Emblems To sTudenTs. The
program cerTainly inspired me. Dr. Holmes, in addressing The whole school, leTT an
indelible impression upon The sTudenTs. ThirTy-Tive seniors added Their names To The
new regisTer, To become life-long members oT The NaTional Honor SocieTy.
Nov. I7, I938
"Friends, Romans, CounTrymen --" Today I heard ThaT RiTa Cuzzi and William
Liccione were chosen To speak aT commencement CongraTulaTionsl Gee, I wish
Them luck. lBuT, iusT Think l8OO people in The Woods AudiToriuml Why, They
won'T be scared aT all!?l
Nov. I9, l938
I am now in bed wiTh "wheezIes and sneezles". And all because oT a O-O game
wiTh New Rochelle. My nose is as red as The clay was weT, and l'm sure I don'T
know why I didn'T leave before "BuTch" Moller kicked OTT. I Tried To huddle under
The umbrella, buT I iusT goT near enough so ThaT The rain slid down my neck. Each
Time Pinder would skid on The mud To make a TirsT down Tor The Purple, I'd sneeze
and miss iT. Hurrying disconsolaTely home, I heard somebody shouTing in my ear
ThaT we'd won a "Moral VicTory", so I celebraTed by iumping inTo bed. Hammond,
AnTon and The oThers musT have lkerchool played lkerchooll a Tine game, buT I
lkerchoolll couldn'T appreciaTe iT lkerchoollll.
Dec. 2, I938
School as usual.
January senior elecTion reTurns came ing Carey Wells, presidenT: Joyce Givson,
vice-presidenTq George Grove, secreTary-Treasurer: Florence Childs, David Slavin,
Giulio D'Angio, advisers.
Dec. 9, l938.
AT lasT I really enjoyed a day in school - no classes, you see. I was in gym
all morning and The G. O. ConvenTion in The audiTorium all aTTernoon. WhaT candi-
daTes! They're so good-looking, I TorgoT all abouT The French book I broughT along.
There's Warren Broemel, ChrisTian Myer, Warren Eason, Langdon Collier and John
Morse Tor presidenT. As Tor The vice-presidenTial candidaTes - well, whaT chance has
a poor girl like me goT againsT Winnie Cammack, Marian SmiTh, or Marcia Van Kirk.
lT's unfair To unorganized beauTy. '
OT course, I'Il voTe Tor The candidaTes who give me The mosT bloTTers and noTe
Dec. I0, l938
"The LaTe ChrisTopher Bean" was a success, a really, really big success. Bea
Kaplan had us laughing one minuTe and crying The nexT, and Margy MacDonald and
Jack McNeil did The love inTeresT wiTh wonderfully innocenT expressions. I was
ushering in my new, slinky, black evening gown, buT The play was so good nobody
even noTiced me. I guess There musT have been more Than 900 people There. I heard
some oT Them say iT was The besT Thing The DramaTic SocieTy ever produced, and ThaT
Mrs. MacDonald musT have been proud To direcT such a good casT.”