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Introducing Squeaky The Squirrel Last September when we, the newly- appointed Log staff, went to our office, we found everything in a state of confusion. While we were restoring order, by dusting off shelves, one of the old Logs fell to the floor. Lo and beholdl Out of it scampered Squeaky, the Squirrel. Since he was cute, industrious, and of average intelligence, we chose him as the representative of the student body of C. H. S. Turn the pages and observe Squeaky frisking through the vari¬ ous phases of life here in Columbus High School. Page one
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Were Writing The Record Of ’43 ■h In spite of the difficulties in securing a pho¬ tographer to take your pictures, camera supplies and flash bulbs for the informals and sports shots, with the competent aid of Squeaky, we ' re writing the record of ' 43. In times when fewer students are attending athletic games away from home, eating fewer candy bars, consuming fewer " cokes " and using less gasoline, more students are reading Logs. This year a record number of 830 Logs was printed. Whether you will be looking at your Log from the jungle fastness of Guadalcanal, or from the aveng¬ ing shores of Pearl Harbor, or in the safety of your own living room, we hope that the memory of the events here recorded in picture and prose will be a pleasing one. The stude nts responsible for editing the 1943 Log are: co-editors, Bernice Wehmeier and William Mohr; art editor, Norma lean King; co-business managers, Antoinette Frenzer and Margie Stuckey; co-promotion managers, James Joyner and Betty Brockman; co-advertising managers, Mary Daniel and Elton Ross. Page three
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