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Page 17 text:
-Band Candy Sale.
-Betty Belle Iohnson elected Editor-in-
Chiet of Times for the Spring term of '42.
-Candy Sale sponsored by Band Parents.
-Purple Iacket Luncheon.
-A new term begins.
-Gold Bug Candy Sale.
-Sponsor Doughnut Sale.
-Modern Diana Cake Sale.
-Hueben andADrueben Cake Sale.
-lunior Class Dance.
-Mary Faith Taylor and Carolyn Strum
win the debaters championship cup at
the Alamo Heights Tournament.
-Band show and dance.
-Garden Club Bulb Sale.
-Girl Reserve Candy Sale.
-Hi-Y Club gives the "Texan Stomp."
-Lanier Buckaroo Bar-B-Q at Koehler
-Pan American Candy Sale.
-Glee Club Show and Dance.
-Pan-American Bound Table Luncheon.
Logan Smiley and Bette Ruth Williams
win five dollars for oration.
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lU-Garden Club Flower Show.
10-"Ep-Chep Dance" sponsored by Science
15-Wa Kapa Picnic at Koehler Park.
l6-Senior play "Once and for All."
l9-Debate Class Picnic at Landa Park.
20-Public Speaking Class sponsors "San-
23-Commercial Honor Luncheon.
24-Quill and Scroll Picnic.
30-English Honor Banquet.
l-Clio Club sponsors "Rose Day Tea."
-Clio Club Candy Sale.
24-Senior Class Picnic at Koehler Park.
25-Los Hidalgos Candy Sale.
26-PJ. Picnic at Koehler Park.
27-B.D.S. sponsors "Spring Formal" at the
Cos House in La Villita.
2-Virginia Fullerton wins first place and
Elmo Ferguson second in declamation
in City Meet.
l-Senior Dance-"May Day Prom."
-Marteen Bonk and Don Goldbeck in
State Tennis contest.
-P.I. Banquet and dance at the Plaza
l4-National Honor Initiation.
l5-Sophomore Class Dance - Victory
-Gold Bug Banquet.
-Baccalaureate Sermon at Auditorium.
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l7-Sponsor Tea at Ioske Bros.
19-First football game. Robstown-7, Brack-
ZU-R.O.T.C. Non-Com Dance.
26-Debate class gives the "Dancing-Meter
27-Eagles are defeated by San Iacinto.
1 3-Amarillo beats B.H.S. 6 to U.
i' lU-Purple Parade features four hit plays.
lU-McAllen defeats B.H.S. in McAllen.
l6-German Club Cake Sale.
17-B.H.S. plays Tivy Antlers. Kerrville-O,
. 18-Senior class has first social-game party
I in gym.
24-P.T.A. holds Open House.
' 24-B.H.S. plays Laredo in Laredo. Laredo-6,
25-Times sponsor "Hash Ball."
28-Girl Scout Cookie Sale.
29-Wa Kapa Formal Initiation.
' 29-Charme Halloween Party.
31-B.H.S. is defeated by Austin in Austin.
7-End of the first nine Weeks,
7-B.H.S. is defeated by Lubbock.
10-Senior Class Dance.
12-S.O.S.O. Cake Sale.
l3-B.H.S. defeats Tech 39 to U.
18-Pep Rally at the Majestic Theater.
l9-Hi-Y "Beat Ieff Prom."
20-B.H.S. defeats fefferson l3 to U.
25-Candy Sale sponsored by Texas History
26--Officer-Sponsor Theatre Party.
26-Shutterbugs' Candy Sale.
28-Iunior Historian "Harvest Hop."
4-La Retama Salesman Banquet. Eleanor
Thoma makes highest sales record in
5-Glee Club Dance. I
9-Iunior Class Social.
lO-Purple Masquers Cake Sale.
ll-Purple Iacket Theater Party given for
the football boys at the Aztec Theater.
l2-Senior Class sponsors "Santa Swing."
13-14-Debate Class goes to first tournament
l5-Science Club Box Sale.
16-Garden Club Cake Sale.
17-Pan American Box Sale.
l7-Girl Reserves Christmas Party.
l9-Ieff-B.H.S. Sponsor Dance in the Brack-
23-Stevenson's Orphans' Party.
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' ndship and cooperation f this im- ,CX
rtant mem er 0 the ABC power of South 'V
America is vi the continued pros erity and
well-being of th Americas.
As the picturesque gaucho of the Argentina pampas rides herd over
his cattle and sheep, so the administrators and teachers of Brackenridge
High School are Hin the saddle!! directing and guiding the activities and
studies of Brackenridge students. The friendly care and counsel of our
Hfacuity friendsn help to guarantee that none of the group will stray
from the herd.
The gaucho, similar to our cowhoy, wears a poncho fa piece of
cloth with a hole in the middle for the heady, spurs, a hlaclc, stiff-
hrimmed hat tied under his chin, a leather apron on his left thigh, and
always carries a Iasso and a long, sheathed knife in his heit. Living on
his horse, he traverses the rolling treeless plains, called pampas, tending
Life on a great cattle plantation, or estanciero, in Argentina is f -
cinating. The landowner lives in the great house, which may he I' e a
Spanish palace, surrounded hy parks and grazing meadows. O some
of these estancieros where ostriches are raised eir rs, the
gauchos enjoy hunting this fleet hird with hcl , ong strong leather ords
with round stones on the end, which, whe rown with accuracy,
firmly around the legs of the ostrich. VV en Hooks are divided, great
celehration is held. As a special deiica 1, one of the steers is roasted
whole while the gauchos play their guit rs, dance, and tell
The name ntina me sil er, hut
though there are silver, copper, an go mines-
in the Andes Iinountains, its wea th is eriyed
from its whe t and grain fields and mil dns o
cattle and s eep, with related industrie of tan-
ning, meat efrigeration, and canning
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