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Little fish, cute fish, pretty fish and all green fish-freshmen enroll.
By sophisticated Seniors honor the school by enrolling.
livery one shows up at school-all in the wrong place but neverthe-
Hi-Y Club beginning nice and early with their first meeting.
Acorn campaign started with a boom-Big assembly.
Z Girl Reserves have lst meeting and show the fish what fun they
Whoopiekfa holiday-Dallas Day at the fair.
Miss Josephine Oliver a former student and one of the Publix op-
portunity artists played for us in assembly-shels fine.
Assembly-lVIr. Smith plays with the dog, but gets too rough and
4Bls have a matinee dance.
Holiday-High School Day at the fair.
State Crack Company Drill.
National Honor Society organized and held first meeting.
Oak Staff held first meeting, prospects for a fine Oak.
Radio Club organized-wonder if they'll get Europe soon.
Hi-Y have a big assembly.
National Society has an assembly. Initiate all members.
Oak Staff stages a keen football assembly-change a dime.
week: Community drive in schools.
Radio Club meets again.
Senior orchestra elected oflicers. We're expecting good music and
we'll have it. Sunset Girl Reserves visit O. C. Girl Reserves.
French Club organized.
O. C. girls win poppy sale.
Seniors try for senior play.
Debate Club is organized.
Launching off on basket ball. Let's go a long ways.
Six O. C. students entertain the Lions Club at the Adolphus.
Sure 'nuff we eat big-Turkey dinner today.
4.-Ys have a big assembly with Uncle lake himself.
No turkey hash today4got fooled.
25: Thanksgiving holiday.
All the football captains and principals come to lunch at O. C.
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THE SENIGR'S LAMENT
Life is a snare and delusion
And the world is all awry,
And Ilve come to the final conclusion
That itfs best to lie down and die.
The world is a tomb and a graveyard
And my heart is buried in woe,
Laughter and love is a canard,
And sorrows' 1ny portion T know.
ll-Ty hopes and ambitions are blasted
You see, I canft go to the dance,
And it's the fault of that Dod-Gasted
Tailor, who forgot to deliver my pants.
A leaf just landed on my head,
To walk Pm hardly ableg
The leaf that landed on my head
YVas taken from a table.
Q 3 S
VVhat is an Qptimist?
A fellow who looks at his shirt, just
back from the laundry and says, "Oh,
well, we needed lace curtains anywayf'
Teacher: Latham, don't you know
you mustnft laugh out that way?
Latlzam: Yes'um. T didnft intend
to. T was just smiling and the smile
3 3 S
George Holdem Tt's just as the old
proverb says-A little knowledge is a
fllrzrgrzret C.: If thatls true, you cer-
tainly are carrying a block of dynamite
on your shoulders.
THE FLAPPER,S LAMENT
T've bobbed and curled and brushed my hair
And brilliantined it here and there
Till it will favorably compare
YVith even Freyals tresses fair.
My powdered skin is white as snow,
My cheeks with "Nature's Aid" just glow,
But there's one thing Ifd like to know,
And thatls-why will those blaekheads
YVITH SYMPATHY FOR
By the shores of Grafanola
By the sparkling Pluto water
Lived the lVIentholated Coughdrop
Old Duch Cleanscrfs only daughter.
She was loved by brave Congoleum
Son of Colgate and Carnation
Heir apparent of Nabisco
Of the great O,Cedar Nation.
Through the Elgin went the lovers
Through the Pepsodent they wandered,
U0 My Dearest Little Sun-Maidf'
VVhispered low the brave Congoleumg
T'll stick tighter than LePages
Like Castoria I will love you
VVe'll make Venus go in rages
YVith our love nest dear Palm Olive.
Did you fwfr try
To carry a mattress upstairs?
To play a trombone in a telephone booth?
To Swim in Lake Clif? with an armful
To look good to the new girl in your
To write a letter with a postoffice pen?
Some job, isn't it?
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Mr. Ashburn of Bryan High came over and talked to us in assembly.
Mouse play given by scholarship club in assembly-sure good.
Fvent of year 4B,s throw a big carnival-does it go over-Gee.
Hi-Y have best girl,s show at Palace.
O. C. orchestra has a part in the program at the Scottish Rite Ca-
Cantata in assembly-Don,t think O. C. doesn't have talent cause
Last day of school for this year.
Back to school-is it keen-weyll say.
Hi-Y members go to A. Sc M.
P.-T. A. give a program in assembly. A white mouse presented to
Senior Play-"Boomerang.', It went over good.
Assembly-football boys get new sweaters. Some girls are lucky.
Hi-Y and Girl Reserve party at Y. W. C. A.
The day for seniors-Senior Day. Do they feel big-ask them.
A long waited-for Sunday-Baccalaureate.
The night and the event of a lifetime--Graduation-Junior Prom
Another term-had assembly.
P.-T. A. Sponsor a picture show-Corning of Amos.
Valentines from all sweeties.
Big 4A assembly.
Boys, Glee Club assembly-Our boys can sure sing.
Tennis season starts-Sunset first.
Holiday--George Washingtonls birthday.
P.-T. A. have a big social at school. Two comedies and dancing.
4A,s have a dance.
Debaters debate. We have some fine arguers.
: Deelamation eliminations. We have real Patrick Henry,s and
: Report cards-good and had grades'-happy and mournful faces.
2 Girls' Glee Club have an assembly-budding vocalists.
: City declamation contest.
: Oak Staff DanceQlt's going over big.
City debate contest.
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