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25 FHA meets ----- girls tell their experiences while in Topeka ----
some of them anyway. Senior play practice--one big headache
for Mr. Benignus.
26 Dress rehearsal---who was waiting for Madeline??
28 Senior lay ----- 'If Mother Only Knew". Good tum out. Good
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1 FFA has meeting ----- a lot of business going on.
2 4-H meeting tonight ------- where did you go after it was over,
4 FFA Foster Farms Contest at Rexford. Boys out for an all night
trip---anything can happen.
5 FFA boys go on to Colby for Experiment Station Contest.
8 FHA and Hi-Y hold meetings. Not much going on these days.
9 Mixed Chorus working on Operetta. Music doesn't sound so bad.
11 Good Friday. Grade and High School take T. B. skin tests.
Ouchl l l That needle hurts! l
14 YWCA and Y-teens have meetings. April showers bring May
g flowers ----- we hope!
15 FFA hold meetings. They are all working for the last contests.
18 Band has Spring Concert! Final appearance for the Seniors.
21 Faculty entertains the School boar and wives.
22 FHA meets. Marjorie is in charge of the program.
25 High School Odperetta--'The Gypsy Troubadour'---no one look-
ed natural wi all of that dark paint on.
26 FFA Contest at Hays---the boys should do something at some of
28 State FFA Contest and Convention at Manhattan.
29 State FFA Contest and Convention continues. The Senior boys
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1 Seniors are still gone. Everything is so peaceful with them gone.
Iuniorsfeel quite important.
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FFA Cro s Contest at Hoxie---boys leave in a blizzard---took
eighth place. Student Council met---finished plans for Twirp
Girls play Agra at Agra--FFA has meeting---talk over yester-
days event. Regiona toumament at Glasco begins. American
History class had test. Mr. Voss reports---Gerald Smith made
high score. Juniors had English test ----- all present in spite of
4-H hold meeting--took first in Model Meeting on 4-H Day--
they may now enter the District. More tournament---we play
Courtland. Yea teamll l
Twirp Week begins ---- girls get your manl ! l l I No hair pull-
ing, though. .
Ra ph Vohs slept in Economics class ----- Benignus almost sent
him out of class -------- Rebekah Lodge School of Instruction.
Music fumished by High School. FF boys sponsored by Mr.
Bames have assembly.
Toumament continues. That is quite a trip to Glasco.
Public Speakincg contest at Norton-Warren we wish you the best
of luck. YW A and Y-teen meet. We have the report of the
nomlna tinlg committee.
FHA and i-Y hold meetings. FHA still planning their trip to
Topeka. A long waited for event.
All school TwirpEcpatty---bring-your man or pay a fine---Miss
DeBey and Miss monds that cludes youll
Assembly by Sophomores under direction of Miss DeBey ----- a
good one act play.
HA girls leave for Topeka at 5:00 ---- do you suppose some of
them even went to be ?
FHA State meeting at Topeka ---- Wilda pours tea at the Gov-
Merlin is sleepy today. Wonder why???l I Blue Monday -----
everyone is grouchyl
FFA holds meeting today ---- Seniors are working on their play
which suffered during the toumaments.
Mixed Chorus working on their concert ----- lots of sour notes.
No place to go since basketball.
Mixed Chorus Concert ----- the girls really look snazzy in their
District FFA school -------- Farm Mechanics -------- Oberlin.
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Is Spring Fever catching? Everyone is so lax and lazy.
Seniors return---tired ---- dirty---but happy! ! !
Teachers are really pouring it on. Their last chance to make us
Iimior-Senior Banquet---Where are you going after it is over???
FHA nad FFA meet.
4-H hold meeting. Studying for exams. It will soon be time for
Baccalaureate services for the Seniors at the High School Audi-
torium. Commencement week has begun.
YWCA and Y-teens hold years last meeting. We are gradually
closing the school year.
Hi-Y holds last meeting. "ln the springtime a young man's fancy
turns to thoughts of love", doesn't it, Terry? High School pic-
Grade School hold Commencement in the High School Auditor-
ium. There were 15 graduates. Final exams! ll "What did you
put down for question 6?
High School Commencement ---- everyone looks solemn. Some
of the Seniors were worried whether they would make it or not.
Marvin almost tripped.
The annual "Community last day dinner" at High School.
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