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Page 38 text:
' A group of hopeful
Daisy Maes on the
morning of the race. y
Sadie Hawkins' Day-that's the
day all the girls wait for with
bated breath, 'cause that's +
when they get a chance, by t
fair means or foul, to get their ,wiki
The pride of Dogpatch
Mammy and Salomey
f ' fLeftl The winds with
. X ya, gals!
CRightl "Smoke Gets in
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The Race is on!
Page 37 text:
The annual choir banquet was held
n the cafeteria on March 22, 1946. The
nembers of the choir had voted to
iave an informal affair, and this,
zclded to the fact that there was no
speaker, made it a rather unusual ban-
Kenneth Drake, who acted as toast-
naster, introduced the guests and an-
iouncecl the program.
Alter being entertained by a quartet
:nd some "magic" CPD stunts by Ken-
teth Drake, the choir rounded out the
evening with dancing.
A musical theme was carried out in
he banquet. A huge staff with notes
suspended on the lines formed the first
Jhrase of "I Can't Begin to Tell You."
f tett y ..
THE BAND BANQUET
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THE CHOIR BANQUET
The band held its annual formal
banquet February l4, 1946, in the
The speaker, Mr, R. A. Tampke,
music professor at San Marcos
State Teachers' College, will be
remembered for his unusual
speech. He began with a stack of
papers in front of him and as he
used each sheet of "notes" he
threw it on the floor, occassionally
having to pick up one he had dis-
carded by "accident"
The band members and their
guests concluded the evening's en-
tertainment with dancing.
Page 39 text:
N 3 K d Ten little boys ready
. . I
Baby, those football
i legs give you away!
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,"P1aymates, come out
and play with
lill dressed up and ready
The "kiddies" are at the
Jicnic in the park. T
riorrow they have to grow
Y for mischief
On the annual Kid Day seniors "let their hair
down" by donning short dresses, knee
breeches, and bonnets. They drag huge baby
dolls, sling shots, and balloons. The seniors present an assembly program
in the morningq and the afternoon is taken up by parties and
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Look at 'em! Ain't they cute?
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