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In the Course of Human Events — " 1. The Freshmen get together for a friendly chat. 2. Monitors at work in the halls. 3. The ninth-graders enjoy their lunch hour. 4. Mr. Woodward tells Phyllis Bagley to watch the birdie. 5. The Christmas Kiwanis Dinner seems to be enjoyed by everyone. 6. Boy! Those sophomores really know how to primp during lunch hour. 7. Mrs. Rice’s home room looks very tired after a hard day’s work. 8. Dennis and Austin don’t seem worried about getting to class on time. 9. Mr. Kyle has a chat with Mrs. Chick. 10. Well! Well! Is this really Plybon and Vest or are we just seeing things? 11. Mr. Watkins seems to be enjoying himself at the Lions’ Club. 12. Just look what a band we have! 13. Boy! Those Juniors can really act. 14. Kiwanis Banquet. 15. The Library is so-o-o nice and quiet. 16. M iss McElroy tries to make some “math” sink in.
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HANDS — trained to find joy in life and to radiate it to others, accustomed to the American way — will demonstrate to the world that Democracy is a joyful thing. is 01 , mm
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In The Course Of 1. Brrrrr! ! Old Jack Frost pays A. L. a visit. 2. Ah! Mealtime for the eighth and ninth graders. 3. Looking for something, Airs. Strickler? 4. Hi, Cy, What’s cooking? 5. Which one shall we read, ladies? 6. Results of our Victory book campaign. 7. Hey! Pass the salt! 8. Teachers enjoy banquet. 9. Scene from Kiwanis ban¬ quet. 10. A scene from the Junior play. 11. Practice (?) for annual pro¬ gram. 12. Oh hum! MacBeth’s loose again! 13. Mrs. Turner explains an¬ nual expenses. 14. What goes on in the shop? 15. Miss Webb’s chemistry. 16. Come, trip the light fan¬ tastic. 17. Business slacking, Mrs. Bradley?
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