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Page 115 text:
Human Events 1. Juniors and Seniors meet. 2. “Why don’t we do this more often ? ” 3. Miss Goodwin’s typing class. 4. The band parades at game. 5. Boring, isn’t it? 6. Snapshot from grandstand at Jefferson game. 7. Which button do I push? 8. Silence reigns. 9. What’re you waiting for, Posie? 10. What’s Dick Tracy doing, Mr. Thompson? 11. ? ow! A homer! 12. Scene from Lions’ Min¬ strel. 13. Public Speakers. 14. Ye ol’ frosh stampede. 15. Lions’ Minstrel. 16. W hee! Christmas! 17. Hot Dog! Grub! 18. Must be a lemon, eh? Ml p ■. in t ' .:, . ] y »| m payfej fa » ■
Page 114 text:
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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" In the Course of Human Events 1. Whoops! There go two of Coach Denton’s tumbling boys. 2. Watch out, Tex! We have your number!!! 3. Football boys. 4. Loop, Swann, and Hud¬ gins look ready for action. c. Coach is calling his gym roll. 6. Just watch those Wolv¬ erines go to town!! 7. An eighth-grader tries standing on his head. 8. TheSeniorGirls versusThe Faculty basket ball game was really something to see! Oh! Boy! 9. Looks as though Miss Hogan’s ninth-grade pupils are day dreaming. 10. Mrs. Kirkwood’s students certainly are interested in math or putting on a good show! ! ! 11. Miss Jones’ typing class. 12. Girls! Why aren’t you in class???? 13. Watch out, Plybon, or you and Shelor will be late for class! 14. India Grice is singing in Lions’ Minstrel. 15. If we’re not too inquisitive, Joe, why are you sitting up on a locker? 16. A picture of General An¬ drew Lewis, for whom our school was named.
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