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Page 86 text:
While Frances Marshall types a billet doux to some lucky Beau Brummel, Editor Lindsey concocts rat poison. For the rodents below or for something in trousers? DAYS AND MONTHS Watch the birdie, Mrs. Bennett. She and her helpers make finding a book easy for us. Thanks. . . Are they really studious or do they know they are being watched? From the look on Walton Bowles ' face, Jack Armstrong must be getting his man. Gene Chappell looks less enthusiastic.. . " Oh, ye ' ll take the high road, " or some¬ thing of the sort. Anyhow, these High¬ land lassies dance the fling in the assembly program given by the Library Club during Book Week. . . Turning do¬ mestic? The adage that the goose got cooked seems to be in the changing as at the right Betty Jean Pace, Genevieve Craig and Frances McGhee try a hand at cooking the " Two Blind Mice " ...Say " Ah! " Dr. Gen and Patient Betty treat one of the lesser ailments. Heart trouble? Or, perhaps, high blonde pressure... Master Chemists Bob Carlton and Rich¬ ard Fisher make nitric acid in one corner of the lab, while in another Barbara Minichan, G. B. Hurt and Virginia Lam¬ bert do the same. Look out! It might bite!. . . Co-Captain Preston Reynolds gets his star at the banquet. - tr Coach Denton gives awards to the grid stars. At the left the receiver is Roots Bowman, at the right, though all you see is the pug nose, Bobby Peters accepts his AL.
Page 85 text:
Three students use the facilities in the library . . Mr. Scrooge Humbug Snapp directed Dickens ' " Christmas Carol, " given the day before the holi¬ days. The snaps of his¬ trionics include Alice Lindsey as a spirit (shiver-r-r-r), a peek into the home of Scrooge ' s nephew ' s family (Cabell Brand, Myra Bunting and Martha Goodwin), dialogue by Scrooge; another peek, this time into the home of the Cratchits (Bob Greene, Hopey Lynch, Buddy Chewning, Elmer Dy- erle and Martha Good¬ win), and Scrooge lay¬ ing down the law to " Bob Cratchit " Greene. More food. This time there ' s something more interesting in the fore¬ ground. My-y-y-y goodness! Could it be this is Na¬ tional Clean-Up Week? Whatever the reason, Carolyn Crawford and " Tiger " (behind - the - book) Dame try their hand at cleaning out their lockers. DIVERSIFIED ACTIVITIES Editors Cabell Brand and Alice Lindsey, along with Kitty Brown (Jefferson), attend a banquet at S. I. P. A.
Page 87 text:
Mrs. Bradley prepares one of her many extra meals. . . that for the banquet given by the " News " staff for the Bruce- Hendrickson Players. Save us a dozen of those, please ma ' am. GO GALLOPING BY Is it good? Of course, if Mrs. Kyle ' s home economics girls prepared it, it must be. These beaming faces belong to a section of the Monogram Club. . . " A stitch in time saves nine. " These seamstresses-to-be haven ' t come to the stitching point but seem to be learning quickly. . . Food keeps coming into the pictures. We ' ll be eating the copy be¬ fore long. Miss Annie counts out money for one of the Kimmerlings. Tell us about it, too, Mr. Wilson... " Can she make an Irish stew, Billy Boy? " Mary Louise McNeil and Ruth Mitchel surely are cooking something interesting (isn ' t food always interesting?) while below Xia (pronounced Xia, not Xia) Wigington shows a new stitch she has just dis¬ covered. . . Back to the pictures on the right, " Hopey " Lynch (of Minnesota, Florida and points otherways) attempts Dulxmush or German Folk Song, and Alice Lindsey, most esteemed editor, delivers her address in the assembly to start the campaign to sell the " Pio¬ neer. " " For he ' s a jolly good fellow. " Who he is we have mo idea, but Lew Lewis aroused the curiosity of us all when introduced to us. Have you seen him before? Mr. Kyle hadn ' t until he walked through the front door in time for the " Pioneer ' s " assembly program. Bobby Peters and Verne Bliss seem to be engrossed in the work given them by Mr. Baker in the shop.
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