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February 6-Imagine it? CHAPEL with a speaker from Syria.
February 12eaHappy Birthday-Abraham Lincoln and Curt Miller.
14-Valentines Day-Did you get candy, girls, or aren't thc
boys past the lace paper stage?
February 22-Washington's Birthday and no chapel. We're really get-
February 29-Tcurney is at Butler, FINALLY. We lost to Auburn.
March 1-2-More tourney and an upset. Garrett won.
March 6-Grades again. We have to suffer only two more times.
-Whoopee! No school because of icy weather.
March 16--Vocal Contest at Fort Wayne.
March 20-Spring is here.
March 22-Good Friday Services.
March 24--Easterg winter clothes were in style.
March 28-We're going to have an annual. HURRAH!
March 30-District Solo and Ensemble Contest at Berne. Several firsts.
District Latin Contest at Fort Wayne.
I pril 1-Watch your step-it's April Fool's Day.
April 2-Hi-Y Conference at Auburn.
April 2-Started taking annual pictures.
April 6-State Solo and Ensemble Contest at Elkhart. District Algebra
Geometry Contests at Angola.
April 8-Blue Triangle Seniors get sweaters and emblems.
April 10-Enrollment for next year starts. That doesnit worry us-maybe?
April 12-What a busy day! Y Annual goes to press. Six weeks ends.
Leap Year Party. What combinations! !
Grade cards. Let's tell the teachers how to grade.
District Band Contest at Huntington.
April 26-Grade School Operetta
State Mathematics Contest at Bloomington.
Senior Skip Day. Chicago, here we come!
May 4-State Band Contest at Whiting.
May 8-9-10eSenior Exams. The last of those things for many of us.
May 10-Junior-Senior Banquet.
May 13-14-15-Underclassmen exams.
May 14-Class Day.
May 17-Award Day and Eighth Grade Commencement.
May l9eCommencement. We're out! !
May 19-Now, what are we going to do'????'?
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September 4-Labor Dayg oh, why does tomorrow have to come'?'?'?
September 5-School starts. Guess what? We're finally seniors.
September ll-15-Swimming was grand! ! One hundred in the shade.
October 6-First vacation for Auburn Fair. Band won.
October 11-13-First six weeks' tests! Didn't know we were so dumb.
October 18eGrade cardsg everyone is "down in the mouth".
October 28-29-Wanted: Institutions for the teachers.
rest of you
with what you
1-Basketball season starts. We beat Hamilton.
4-Blue Triangle Conference at Auburn. We won the cup,
8-9-Senior Play, "What Wright Left".
9-10-It was good! !
16-Guidance Conference at Auburn for a few seniors. D.in't
wish you could get a vacation, too?
23eThanksgiving Day-a pleasant vacation unless you ate
28-Health Class visits the condensary.
30-Thanksgiving Day taccording to the calendarj.
5-Angola's Student Council visits Butler High.
6-Long faces and grade cards seem to have been made for
8-First annual staff meeting.
11-Seniors start taking tnot practicingj Safety.
ll-12-High School Operetta, t'In Old Switzerland"
22-Grade School Christmas Operetta.
22-School is out for the yearg don't forget to come back
25-Christmasg did you get your stocking filled? tl mean
January 1-A new year, 1940. Better be careful boys, it's Leap Year! Y
January 2-Everyone's back to rest up.
January 2-Chemistry Class made hydrogen sulfide trotten eggsi.
January 13eButler High School Homecoming. Some day well be com-
January 17-19-Exams ! ! Is it ever cold outdoors!
January 22-Second semester starts. We're halfway through.
January 24-Grade cards. Is there a doctor in the house?
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