Alamance High School - Smoke Signals Yearbook (Greensboro, NC)

 - Class of 1949

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'Ni'-' 1 K 11 , ' ,A ff' E YN "WTW'W'Wi"Y' 'f"''wlwiwlmwwowewwwivrwfvf crw+vfvfw'fFT v'f57T77?f7V?7TVT7VV - ,'vfswn+ ,Ga 'N X OZ During our first eight years of school we had many good times together We lost many of our classmates but we always gained new ones Our one and greatest desire through these years was to be in high school and enjoy high school privileges Well the miracle happened in September 19 S, and as we caught the bus that day we sat shyly aside When we reached school all we could spy were dignified seniors Now that we were in high school it was quite different and we felt very green and shy It took us a while to get accustomed to changing classes and having more than one teacher but finally we knew what to do and where to go Mrs Farrell was our home room teacher and we were progressing nicely until November 26, when our school building burned After a week's vacation we resumed school in the Educational Building of Alamance Church The rooms were small and the seats were hard and it seemed that we couldn't make it until the end of school but even without the essential needs for a school room the remainder of the year passed and we were out for the summer vacation In September we gathered again in the Educational Building of the church, as sophomores We were very grateful to be together again, for there had been much talk during the summer of dividing us up and sending us to the neighboring schools Our new building was started and each of us kept an eye on it as it gradually went up Miss Jackson, who came to our school this year, was our home room teacher She shared with us our joys and sorrows Our class stuck together and shared the many hardships and joys One of the main events of this year was a picnic at High Point Lake, with the seniors As we bid our classmates good by for the summer vacation we felt sure we would be in our new building next year After an unusually long vacation we came back to school. We were thrilled to be in our new building. Only a part was completed but we were happy to have a room with a blackboard and a place to put our coats and books. The lovely colors on the walls, the wonderful fluorescent lights, and a real desk were simply too good to be true. And we were Juniors, jolly Juniorst Our class opened and operated a store in a building on the school property, and although it was a great responsi- bility and much work, we co-operated and enjoyed it all. Of course,the two main events of the year were receiving our class rings and the Junior-Senior. All our thoughts and efforts were directed in the direction of the banquet. And finally the big night came and we dressed up, and went to the Bliss for the glorious Junior-Senior. Mr. Morgan was our home room teacher, and we enjoyed several class parties under his direction. Our class supplied most of the members of the basket ball teams, and to our great joy, Judy Swaim won the trophy for best girl player in the county. The days came and went. We were puzzled by geometry, and N OSS n X x O, 5 M x mtl If L+ worried by French, but we stuck to it and all too soon the school year came to a close. We parted, sad but happy with the thought . .l,.g,. K mfludml 1 K QQ.L-glszl..LMgunna-:..,'fl,-v:,f,. f.-QJ:-':,:1:. 1M.1,,:fi.':,Qu.u:L eJ'.mLs.z.laso..m,c.4f.'L1l:a.:L.eLlsel :,-:-.f.:i,f: J: an f , Q We wmamnmi' ' E 'VIWIVYIWIVYHRIIVIIVYNWIFJVFWIYKISVQWDNKNWNWIIVEVVLVFYSWIN ff'f'w' 'HT' 'V' d ' "W-' TWIIWSVYGVKWIV Z' ' year came to a close. We parted, sad but happy with the thought that next year we would be Seniors. On September 20, l9h8, we met for our last year in high school. We lost three of our friends, and were sad that they were no longer with us. Our building was finished and at last we could have a cafeteria, an auditorium, and other things for which we had dreamed so long. We were not as happy as we had anticipatedg the knowledge that we must soon separate was too keen. This year we began typing, and physics. The new typewriters fasi- nated us, and the physics puzzled us. We were interested in our year book, and made great plans. The days and weeks-passed very quickly, and were filled with play and work. Our class was well represented on the athletic teams, and we were proud of them.. We had the usual "ups and downs." We complained about many things, but we d1dn't mean half of what we said. And then one day we realized that the end was actually near, and we wished for a few more months. Jnly "time" can write our future, but our "past" is already written in the records of our school. Jean Ingold Historian SENIOR CLASS SONG CTune of 'Now Is The Hour"l Now is the hour, We pause to say good-byg Soon we'll be leaving Alma Mater dear But we shall n'eer In all the years to come, Forget our school and friends And all, we love so dear. For twelve long years, We've played and labored here. In years to come We'll never love the lessg When we're away, Still proud in heart we'll say, Alamance we love you and, We'll honor you always. We were so happy, Jburneying hand in hand, Striving and hoping For futures bright and fair, School days are o'er, And we're tossed to meet new strifeg We bid a fond farewell To dear old Alamance. Mary Cathern Friddle .l 4 U -Y '-' -1 if , L-1, 1 'Qx-GQ'-M WM! MlA.r..4.L,L1.Q.-'.Sx.f.afxlns.. -.a. KJ .::fL..X1..+..:1,f,Q-f::.u.,asf,-..L.,:.n.Lf.ysz.4s.x4i4lg:g:4c2: fm.. ' ,A-. i' 4 ,ff , . 4' 3 n T ,K,.,,.,1,.7,,.,.,.,,- -.,.,m - - --- - ---A X , . ., . .. N,-.,,.f, , . Hy. C,-,wrm M, -Q,-Q 1,.,v-.1-fy-,-, v MOST STUD! 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"Y" MOST ATH LETIC J U o v svvAnM MARION PRINGLE SUPERLATIVES MOST PO POLAR SALLY COOKE LEWIS MAYE .153 ' if 4 3 J 5 sf f tion, but instead of thinking about the future, I thought of a quo Q. C 1 i F 3 C 1 1 E S M I N . KEVIN-ENV ?""" Sensor Proekhecy-3 F I was worried when lound that I was elected class prophet I worked and thought for many a night, trying to write something that would be suitable and pleasing, but my thoughts and mind seemed to work in the wrong direction One night I sat down with a determine tation one of Miss Jackson's favorite 'Bo live that when the sum ons comes to jo The innumerable caravan, which moves To that mysterious realm, where each shall take His chamber in the silent halls of death, Thou go not like the quarry slave at night Scourged to his dungeon, but sustained and soothed Like one who wraps the drapery of his couch out him, and lies down to pleasant dreams And suddenly I was in a strange place It seemed that I was ir New York and wearing an unfamiliar uniform It was the uniform of the T V A air line hostess and I was preparing to make a special trip to England We were going to fly the 'Independence and carry the president of the United States I was very excited and wishing to look my best, I went in search of a beauty parlor At the cornor of 2nd and Lexington Ave I saw a very large and exclusive looking shoppe, and I decided to go in and investigate this 'Cobles Imagine my surprise and great delight to see our own Howard Goble, standing straight and nFrenchyn in his stiff white jacket He was the same friendly Howard doing well in his business Later we went to lunch and suddenly from out of nowhere came Bett Jean Pugh She was working in the swanky restuarant, and loving it We talked for a long time and soon it was time for me to take my Leave Then I was in England, and walking there in London's famed Hyde ark! Who should I see standing on a soap box and 'sounding offn but Frances Fogleman She was a politician boarding there in London with Elaine Yow, an old maid, Ellen Jones was there too, as The scene changed again, while sightseeing, I ran into who was running a boarding house Mae a French Instructor in a college and I was back in New York One day Mary Cathern Friddle, a model for John Powers As we ate dinner together and read nThe New York Times,' I Learned that Charles O'Connor was a skiing instructor in Quebec, Canada and that Jean Ingold had just won the Golf Championship The U S ladies open Golf Tournament And then I was in the Metropolitian Opera and listening to the new baritone sensation, none other than our own Lewis Maye. After the opera, I went back stage. I had a real thrill. Lewis told me that Lucille Rich and Beatrice McDaniel were hermits living in the mountains near Dog Patch, Kentucky. Betty Forsythe was one of the famous 'Rockettes at Radio City, and Mary Belle Clapp was appearing on Broadway as a hillbilly singer for nThe Grande Ole Opry.n I learned quite a few things from Mary Belle. Ralph Holt, a prosperous bachelor was doing well in the adventmsing business, and Tommy McLees was in Hollywood acting as a stand-in for Mickey Rooney. And then I was back in Greensboro and in the O' Henry Hotel. In the lobby I met Judy Swaim who told me she was a cook at Wesley Long Hospital, where Rossie Sharpe, a swordsman, was a patient. She said Helen Davis had married a farmer, and was living on a big farm near Alamance High School. I also learned that William Webster was -T A A In 13 4 D U A A .K 4 s 5 if qw' af' : .Ks ' ' ' ,' "" " ' ' 'vm , -few aff, If ' 7' 3 fi A f wT:?5"7Y,W v':: 1f'?x'9 6:56 ff"-1' I gy-,A I Q A e ? Q Q 12 ,X 'S lf' ' . W ff. - at fr a -W S A - e e .1 wg . W E , 9 If J e we 3 I ' I . 2, Ya ' ' QE ' in 3 Q . " 4 Ab ' . " f 1 . I I - 1 2 U I I . 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I had only been dreaming about my class i E mates: It was really not true! Only "t1mef' can tell the good for- tunes andnprosperity of the class of 'lq.9, but "God bless 'em Q everyone. N Mary Sue Parrish w ML Prophet g AS THEY IMPRESS Us 'Q AE Virginia Parrish: Dance of the fairies: a chiffon scarf: clouds in 3 EE a su mer sky. Q 2 Mary Starr: Fifty years ago: an old-fashioned garden: a dove. 5 as A 5 Mary Cathern Friddlez Sunshine: friendship: an easy chair. 5 h 2 2 Patsy Davis: Peck's bad boy: bicycles and roller skates: little 3 g Henry. Q 4 O Q Judy Swain: Babe Ruth: sports clothes: cold water. Q Q Emma Lea Allred: Hucklebury Finn: ginger snapsg a fourth of July 2 g Celebration. E E Mary Sue Parrish: A grecian goddess: the path through a forest. Y I Peggy Cooke: The age of innocence: baby angels: Alice in Wonder- 3 land. If Betty Forsythe: Madame President: the woman of tomorrow. Q !g Mary Bell Clapp: A red racer: a merry-go-round. 1 5 Sally Cooke: Rain patting on a tin roofg your little brother Bill. a E Joan May: Words of six syllables: leather bound books. E E Sarah Jane Phipps: A moonlight night: the perfume of rose petals: 5 the smile of a little child. s 1 2 Elaine Ybw: Silk stockings: a cut glass bon bon dish: diamonds. Q g Beatrice McDaniel: A water fall: a day in March: picture of a 3 girl skating. 12 Q ' E Jean Ingold: A bottle of ink: tortoise rimmed glasses: prayer I 3 meeting. pw 5 Q Helen Davis: Perpetual motion: a stick of dynamite: a cyclone. 2 E r Dot Stanton: A Christmas spar-klerg a Jack-in-the-box. , E Lucille Rich: Jazz: music: striped peppermint candy. f 5 S di fo. ml 2 :m l M ,A--A l Im 4'-15'2L4.4.:4.2g1.4a4.kt.Q..Uf' s ' as l as s- H '--ve-as -ff-f-5. l ? if E 2 P Q ai A 5 '4 A s , 3,.n .54 M, N, .,V'.. 5,.,1. -Tv .Q . 1, :,7.,T...7.:..i.:.?w.77...?.-T.-Q.5 ..k. fi., .y. - u,,.,f.f,1 .57 - LJ-55:1-fr:-I-1,:?-:.:.:,,L5-T,71i,1------- u.uhJu..pQ.s..aL4..4Q4uAA.L4J.uL..u.Lb+4M.un+.mL4u.am4,-:,: Q. an -a A-.Lei 5.a.1.:.:.L ...J 4 .MJ 'C J T . JdAf5flEj I TE LLB . f J w,M,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. -.. -.,-.. ,.,.. H . 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A- A..- they will grow in knowledge as well as in bodv ARTICLE III innxruwrvnrxfrwnwwiwfivwnwiiwiiwofvwmrafts nr n7Yhffm alive in the new Senior Class a crarmed life this year you add to this collection, hide your trail better than Lewis keep things popping as I have tried to do this year Geraldine, it is not an easy job or an easy one either helene's title as WThe Best Dressedn senior next year delivering the paper she served both basketball teams as a scorekeeoer Tommy McLees leaves this watch to Sara Jane Phipps able to make all classes, as he never did before the second Judy Swaim leaves to Neal Tuttle this Sport's Book and on his toes next year when ball season rolls around Jean Ingold leaves to Carlie Sharpe this lasso and it Carlie Jean has never used if, so it is in good condition bell water runs deep N How does Elaine know? Marv Cathern leaves Robert Reece this song book so he can keeq music Rossie Sharpe leaves this note pad to Roger Hall so he can begin gathering gossip for next year's newspaper B careful, Roger, Rossie has lived Mary Sue Parrish leaves this lipstick to Mary Lou Jobe so she will always have a new sLpply One tube wont last too long, so go easy, mary Lou lewis Maya leaves to Garland Hanner this collection of pencils which were borrowed when the owners were not looking and never returned Garland, if Charles O'Connor 'eaves to Wesley Blackard a red truck so that after he leaves, there will still be a red truck coming in and out of the school yard Howard Coble leaves to Buddy Fovleman this cushion so if he has to grace the bench at basketball games, as Howard has, he will be prepared I, Lucille Rich, leave to Virginia Parrish this bubble gum so she can Beatrice IcDaniel leaves to Geraldine Carson this package of art ideas to enable her to get a good start on the art work in next year's annual Helene Davis leaves to Joan Iaye this Style Magazine so she can claim Sally Cooke leaves to Becky Starr her PILOT newspaper route Becky, we know you will be a good paper girl and not forget any of the rooms when Betty Forsythe leaves to Dorothv Stanton her scorebooks with which so she will be so he will be up directions to use Elaine Yow leaves to Geraldine Carson this cork stopper because Wstill Narion Pringle leaves to Bryce Greeson these shoulder ads so his 1 P : shoulders will have that Wbroad lookn like larion's Bryce, they attract girls A iivmfm VNYJVVQF 'E if C+ SD 0 D w m 23 'CJ G2 O H Cf d' O SD GQU5d"'J Q o P-H d:+o W ease '4 H :+m :YEIOM OWEN H5502 Q gms? 25:2 U 5 U c'H o m d-H o m 5-m N393 Pbmtrm Sega' dogd 0 Kiss e'f2"S o D0 I3 o o . S5 P-"CD 5:1 E90 'SE O m 'da 32' Q PN m o 'J' m M William Webster leaves to Joan able to say that she received candy from Joyce this bar of candy so a sailor. Joan, he really Lou May this paste so she m will have ight start she may, be is a sailor . ' Ralph Holt leaves to Edridge Hall a rubber ball to amuse himself, VKVYNVEX never have that blown look that Mae always fought against. ,WN AWA during class. Eldridge, you are lucky, Ralph always had to find his own toys. Mae Ellen Jones leaves to Mary Lou May this comb so her hair will P Mary Belle Clapp leaves to Alma Ruth Lambert this map of Pleasant Garden. Alma you can go anywhere you wish but stay from Gardner's section. of exe- Q Era,Rae Forrest leaves to Betty Coley these towels to put in her hope g chest for future use. E ARTICLE L1 Q We hereby constitute and appoint the faculty and its successors E Alamance High School our lawful executors to all intents and purposes, to 5 cute this our last will and testament according to the true intent and de- ? olaring utterly void all other wills and testaments by us heretofore made. Q In witness hwereof, we, the said Senior Class of l9L9, do hereunto S ,Q set our hands and seals, this the 3rd day of June, l9L9. E Class of 19 9,,AlamancZQEi5E'School is Signed ,ULQQ ' S D , . , Gregory Peck KSEAL7 Ingrid Bergman KSEALJ E Clark Gable KSEALD 5 5mmmlz.mwu.-vnmsmww sfnxum-sznwwaxur waxvnlzn' nu, ,H g n I Q it mmmamw 'r : l www' he I V veg , s 4,4 . 1, M N. s! - . .3 ., 4 4 pf l 1, , . x h , t , 5 W 4 T 2 K, , 1 . ' E 3 L , I f t A - , X 4 1. 1 1' 1 1 J . 3 s V MWKMUUWKJUWPWWUUU U U Q! U U U WM Wrw W X U K, JUKJKA 'AMSFZMJA a LQELU Wx W .::K'1r!ZM11MlnkQ1LHI!ZL he A 4. 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Q Q ,wvg qg,.,w5 f- , ,, STATISTICS OF THE GLASS OF l9L9 compiled by Era Rae Forrest Next year the United States Census will be taken, so I acted as census taker of the class of 'MQ a little early. These statistics of the class give much information. We offer them to the U. S. Bureau of statistics to help them in making reports and prophecies. When we add the hours the class of ' 9 spent in school, we get 3 7 760 Now if we take the number of hours that Tommy McLees spent working on his bus, the hours Lewis Mays slept through classes, and the classes that Charles O'Connor, Tommy McLees, Marion Pringle, and Lewis Maye skipped, we have to reduce that time by at least 5 years The combined weight is about tons, but if about two members had their weight deducted, it would be less than 3 tons The amount of knowledge in the class will fill many volumns, but without Jean Ingold, Rossie Sharpe, Lucille Rich and Beatrice McDaniel, it would not fill nBaby Raye ' As a class we are verv old, our combined ages are 238 years The combined height is about 138 feet and that includes Elaine Yow'S 5 ft l inch and Tommy McLees with his 6 ft 2 inches The favorite color of the girls is blue, for the boys also blue However, green runs a close second The favorite song of our beloved class is for the girls NA Little Bird Told Me W The boys choose for theirs nCoo1 Water W For a change the boys and girls agree on the most disliked song nTwo Front Teeth n Most of the seniors of ' 9 like to eat, so some of their favor ite foods are, Chocolate Nut Sundaes, cocoanut pie and chocolate ice cream You can tell by our food that we are sweet ' We dislike spinach, and squash, although our school dieticians insist we eat them Going to the movies seems to be the favorite past time I asked the seniors their favorite actors and actresses They chose Gregory Peck and June Allyson They also told me their most disliked ones are Veronica Lake and Frank Sinatra They would like to see their favorites in nHomestretch' and nMiss Tatlocks Millions Their dis liked ones are, for the girls, 'Miracle of the Bells and for th oys, HOne Sunday Afternoon Another of our pastimes is listening to the radio The girls enjoy drama, so they listen to Lux Theatre The boys' taste runs more to educational things, so they chose nWe The People As most everyone, we dislike some radio programs We all decided on 'Intersanct As usual we have to return to subjects of school KAttention Mr Morgan! Our favorite subject is Physics We have a disliked subject as well as a liked one It is English because we study gram mar and make book reports None of us like to stay home all time, so in riding around we choose a ' 9 Ford Out on these rides naturally we stop for a drink, our favorite being Coca Cola Our class are all rather sports minded, the girls liking basket ball and the boys agree on Baseball Since everyone in this world has pet peeves, it is only natural that we have a few Such as Charles O'Connor playing with our type writers, arguments, mopey people and last but not least flirting We all have in mind an ideal person of the opposite sex The boys prefer girls about 5 ft 6 in tall and weighing around 118 lbs They must have brown hair and brown eyes When we turn to the finer things of life, such as flowers, we all agree on the red rose So we are just an average group of Seniors, perfectly human, with likes and dislikes like everyone else Some of us are bright, some not so bright, but we are human, and we hope these statistics will prove it '- ' - Y . 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QE. o. m -o L: cu 3 D. .,,., Wlilppe A am ea By Large Scores Alamance High Schools bov- girls basketball teams sw' games from Bessemer' 0 last night with the' Q! . . -9 in a free scoring l'h boys were defeated 35-12. .'r'ol'ward P3l'1'lSh of Alamanc paced the girls' team to their tr umph by rallying 15 points. D1 E .: 13-'sg 'Eliza 3 f ' 4-'f i' Bess' g et Count 50133 tonight mount Basketball v.t,tniiilf'.,:0 Boys Z1 Girls 1 Jett adoptlr tltude over the ElCll2lI'd was nigh scorer for tl' gfgggzflgc' e ,fM:"E""' 3 R"'l"' d tpjgexg vgthmpet Whippct team with three points. F-H, Lambert s -f - :fish a ""' Brew These two fp is are-W . ...A -- .m C-R, coble ll ...... F-Swami 9 ""' """"' - k 1 ' O G-T 7-amber! 5 .e G-uvlonanlela f' me e t ro .el G-n. larannonek 2 ., Nana 4 G-may ,,,... "" Play this Sf A ict Subltifutlons: Ala ,. - Tuttle. G-Jones .....,. ...,.. ' 591-meh Iea B4 ubstltutions: Alamance- ht 11 , Lambert. coley. Covtngt' W1 g - cloraon. Cook, Rankin-Cr rd Porte SC011hg wltu seven points. , dermllk l, Halthccck. ' d Fgrwgy Alamance was sparked to victo Half-Yime ICON: Alamr Fo,-wana by Forward Lambeth who scori -- whom 11" rl ll points for hlgh honors in t' B Q PFt?l.EA2n':ncg 31 Seve!-ei AE Znkliy -- U -. o high gggffjt played at Bfrssvtn 0 ,515 Lanliint 1 . weelr eislon arid reason . .. l'l Ol' It Q31 I I - 8:5 Lambert 9 . is also a let e W 1 su,f:,T,'L'1fg'nsf um! 1947 season G , I-5 ' ' G, Eglflfflf- NWT? .oy 17 .oers of the team I L , d . 0 MEUR o nel-.ABro, ,onlght will be Cha . ,W 0 S Writer C -Time-5 Apple. Gec ee' I - k Ollllfy ,rlnk Welch and Bill A .'Fr,v ce hf .ees boys bas et- T . an .eam held its first place Only' Q f A probable starting line m, . . . h ti htenin Ag m th .lht for the Bessemer team! to W POSIUUTI in t e ,F 5 ford School to tnllvwsz 0 -'Old Guilford County high school me g , th te- Boyv' forwards Bobby Oni , atandinga l. di , ts. one of the A m. .Tina fell from the sp Hs--t .fl The Alamanfe boys, poached iq Voight Morgan: continued the drive for the championship. The now have won tive games withol a single defeat. Tied' with them, i race by defeating Pleasant Garderfand Gibsonvllle last week for a, perfect 6-floats. 0 . N- -lo- I QQ' WY Weipcylxxes awagooovigo Bbootw , a l ' nvllle ws' t-W" Q09 ta fight and tonight, b" lstln' enter Porter Y 'r llege gym wil1,,J" gf Juan Spa lon. .f' 5 X 0 Q f I . qv s -11 Y0u1.IaIl.s2ft to omoms: E." 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The modern classroom paint job calls for das- tels, with a "warm" color for sorne walls, and a "cold" color for others. As an example, the most recent paint job in the Guilford County rural system was -tho' f. Alamanc Three b0ys made " - A perfg t ceilings are sloped., . .. . . . :t a to ol identificationc 05,5323 dows are w at ' eaq veo00x.9oX8fAx. iecex-eensboro, has been named win. i tponsgqred by Guilford ,County Fu- tivelljne ury16Y ' 53, get db 50 of the Daughters of Ameri- L fure armers of America at Gun, ,uf . YS S 030 5xx9,600X,,e, Revolution Good Citizenship Ord High School yesterdav ' Q10 fC f,o"'gx'0 K9 so 'tv' .ward for Alamance High School. Q were Garland Hanrv--' Kee a ' 550 0 Q63 15 Betty J was nominated along mance school -V Schoo EYOY -Mm 9' 1 Phage 'Ax by ff ' ther Seniors and was Gunfora sc' ' h X S6 Iamgglc fa 'WM 65591 X2 ,-1 th h, h -- Gann -4 wg, S -'fn 9. wgea BKXNQQN Ps- C lg 523081 facul' ..- -4,-at the end walls is a - 15 Chosen n 3 1,3515 ADVANCED STANDING , Ygcf , -shade than the side ibility, truthfulnegg, Mike SWBIH1, EI'HdU?f9 of A Cla ...rack-' i The idea is 0" tuality, service, lead- mance High School, Route -a in chaggp fi" atriotism. Like oth- Greensboro has achieved advam -.. -,eng selected, in the standing in the Freshman Class 't A -f .. n. project each year, she the UDXVCTSUY of North 7 .f'2i25,xB1edlC0mpi1e a scrapbook contain- ' after Cbmpletmi SUCCe55f'-'11 ' 0 r d ,f "' thin! 5 a an account of her school. cial examination in Englisl ' wi' 6' used el? cmxdren sais-'dp and community activities Q 4 . . . t School. 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Medicine Q going at half price and I'm in perfect health f 3 Two little girls were discussing their families nwhy does your a randmother read the Bible so much?n asked one 1 I th1nk,n said the other little girl, 'that she is cramming for her ' finals Deep in the throes of silence was the romantic couple as the car rolled smoothly along an enchanted woodland path, when the girl broke the s ell ward dear, she said Softly, can you drive with one handqn nYes, Mary Cathern, my sweet, he cooed in ecstasy of antic a tion nThen, said Mary Cathern, you'd better wipe your nose, ' running Mr Mgrgan 'Can you tell me anything about the great chemists of the l th century? Charles nThey're all dead! Definition of marriage When bushels of kisses are reduced to little pecks rs Swain 'J dy, where have you been untill 9 O0 A M an Judy nwalking, Mother rs Swain For goodness sakel' u y 'Yes, mother A Geometry Major Given I Love You To Prove That you love me Proof ll I love you given Therefore, I am a lover All the world loves a lover You are all the world to me Therefore, you love me Mr Morgan CabsentmindedlyDnDear mel I'm in bed, I can't see him tell him I'm ill Ralph nI'm tired I was out with a nurse last night ' Howard 'Cheer up ole boy Maybe your mother will let you go out without one, sometime Coach nWhat's his name anager uOsscowinsinski n Coach nPut him on the first team Boy, will I get even with the newspapers Mltillx YMIIISUDXIMANZIWQINJMJ '!N!"S!lAMN!lNd 4. than ' .u MIM! SYASIASPVIAU RIMM ,s ...J..J Q O 5 . 1 . J 3 Q 4 E . L Ho li ll ' , ip - 5 . .N 3 n n . it S 2 ll 2 e ,Q . ' . I I 0 in , 2 1 ' i 3. M e 2 ' u 6: 0 o - ij : .N W M O , n 1 Q , ' Q J d . .n Q A 'S 3 : 5 : . 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