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MARCH - - -
3 Senior Class had a good time at a birthday party in honor of Norma K.
6 Seniors chose class flower and motto.
7 Another picture show presented by Greyhound Company entitled "They Saw
13 Seniors chose announcements for commencement.
16 Musical program presented in Assembly by Mr. Harry Young and the students of
17 We wonder who thinks Gene McKelvey is good looking.
23 Mr. Crombie spoke to us on "Social Freedom".
28 Teachers present Assembly program.
31 Grange Play sponsored by Seniors.
APRIL - - -
7 We attend Good Friday services at Methodist Church.
11 Preliminary Declamation Contest.
14 Final Declamation Contest.
22 All county musical.
29 Sectional tournament in baseball.
MAY - - -
6 County baseball tournament.
8 All school musical.
9 Picture show by Erie R. R. "New York World's Fair".
15-19 Final exams.
19 Junior-Senior Banquet.
24 Seniors are off to Washington.
Now dear reader, we invite you to
read the advertisements of the
business men, whose generous con-
tributions have made -this book
P. S. If I don't get to see you again,
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Our School Diary
SEPTEMBER - - - ,
6 Back to school. 190 enrolled. m
7 First full day of school. Classes organize. Max sleeps.
13 Vacation already. We trot to the fair. '
20 First Assembly, Mr. Frey talked about the Students' Code.
27 Biology Class went on a hike. There were toads in the study hall. 0
30 Annual Staff chosen.
OCTOBER . - . , '
Mr. Ralph Young talked to upper classes on "Co11ege".
Parties, Seniors at Hazel's, Sophomores in gym, 8th grade at Art Smith's.
Bill Z. would like some cold water-he got a "hot foot" in Chemistry.
Mr. Plough recognized the Senior privileges but told us not to talk aloud.
Initiation of new Home Ec. Club members. Girls' dresses are worn backward.
Everybody is looking his prettiest. Mr. Whitmeyer is here.
Junior Class presents the Assembly program.
Free picture show. Got out of some lessons.
Mrs. Russell talked in Assembly today on "Crime".
High School Hallowe'en party sponsored by Seniors.
Vacation! Teachers' Convention. 7th and 8th grade Hallowe'en Party.
NOVEMBER - - -
Rev. Plank of Church of God talked to us in Assembly.
First snow. Everyone wears a stocking cap. Mr. Michel talked to us on "Edu-
Snow all gone. Dr. Grether gave the talk today for Education Week.
P. A. D. class gave Educational program about "Civic Responsibilities".
Armistice Day. Mrs. Russell speaks again about crime.
Betty Z. and Shirley R. are chosen as cheer leaders.
Senior Class Play. Leonard Showalter talked in Assembly today about his ex-
periences in the Navy.
Thanksgiving vacation. Don't eat too much turkey.
UECEMBER - - -
Senior English Club gave a good Assembly program.
Mr. Davis spoke to us on "Safety",
Senior English Club party at Canaan.
Christmas vacation. Hope Santa visits you.
JANUARY - - -
No holiday for us. We must go to school.
Henry Lee, Chinese salesman, spoke in Assembly. Creston versus Sterling. We
won, first time since 1933.
Mrs. Steva, of the Farmers Institute, spoke to us.
Creston versus Smithville, defeated 24 to 16.
Mr. Kinney is economical with time. We study one chapter but recite on the next.
Alexander Novelty Trio entertained us today.
Safety Patrol man spoke today.
Junior Class play tryouts.
Freshmen present Assembly program.
FEBRUARY - - -
Ground Hog Day. No shadows, so Spring is just around the corner.
Picture show. "Abraham Linco1n's Life".
"Sonny" found the study floor to be quite hard.
Creston versus Fredericksburg. Last game and a hard one. Defeated 33 to 31.
Senior History Class took tour through county buildings, including jail.
No school. Thanks to George Washington.
We all miss Miss Bryan today.
Bill Knepp, please get to school on time. It saves Mr. Gatshall so much trouble.
Jack P. carried Hazel's poeketbook out of study hall while the mouse nibbled
at the candy bar.
Here's our heavy
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