Crewe High School - Railroader Yearbook (Crewe, VA)

 - Class of 1950

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Page 11 text:

Mig.-.I - -. L1 y 34858 011004 WGtllJ'a!.7 The letters "C, P. S." over the doorway are barely visible because of the trees, but we know you will agree that its outside appearance has changed very little. The trim was freshly painted in the summer of 1948, so repairs to the roof were the only major improvements made. The hot and damp summer weather kept the lawn on the Tyler Street side nice and green. But the East lawn is still having a struggle where :1:Qsmggg,, students try to "cut across corners" and save a few precious seconds as they make a dash for the street. The bright orange balls on the pyracantha bushes were never lovelier, and there are many cones on the deodara cedar trees by the front doors. Those same rains caused the shrubbery around the cottage to "grow and grow and grow." Mt. Micks wishes some of them might grow across the road around the Shop building. TF - X

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I ZLL of C0l'lfel'lfd just in case you are in a hurry to find out who "moved up" from the Midget team to the Varsity this year, or' what the Holy-Trinity score was, we are listing next, in summary form, the pages on which each type of information can be found: Page TITLE PAGE .,.......... ......... I FOREWORD ............................. ......... 3 TABLE QF CONTENTS ..................... ......... 4 LOCALE AND COURSE OF STUDY ......... ......... 5 ADMINISTRATION ....................... ......... I 0 ACTIVITIES ............ .......,. I 3 ATHLETICS .,............... ........, 2 I SPECIAL FEATURES ........... ......... 3 O SENIOR CLASS ......,...... ,,,.,,,,, 3 5 JUNIOR CLASS ............ ......... 4 3 SOPHOMORE CLASS .......... ......... 4 6 FRESHMAN CLASS ........ ......... 4 7 SEVENTH GRADE .......... ......... 4 8 SIXTH GRADE ............................... ......... 4 9 ANNUAL STAFF ................................. ,,,,,,,,, S 0 POST SCRIPT-SENIOR STATISTICS ......... ......... 5 I FACULTY STATISTICS ..................... ......... 5 6 SENIOR BABY PICTURES ......... ......... 6 O ADVERTISERS .............. ,,,,,,,,, 6 4 4



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, . - W ,M 1 vw -- I .v.,.... . '-' V... e We Q s 'Sri' .fr s 1 e Another duy begins for town und country, grade and high school students as Bus No. I3 unloods. APN? lll' UPI? L OWL? 66111905 JE The greatest changes, however, are on the in- side of the building. The first thing you'd miss if you should step in the door would be the big, old clock that was seldom right and always caused watch owners to glance at their own to see if it were telling the truth. We have a new clock, but it's only half-pint size and hangs in Mr. Beville's office. Wltile it's small, it still rings with a lusty tone, so we have no trouble knowing when to change classes. And after you'd missed the sight of the old clock, you would realize with a start that the halls have a "different" look. This "new look" was ac- complished with the use of paint-a blue-grey dado with creamy yellow above. One of the Third graders was heard to remark, "Hot dog! my fa- vorite colors!" All of us wouldn't subscribe to her tastes in colors, but it's really very clean and bright looking. The Auditorium, too, has a new dress. The tops of the long windows were bricked in, the ceiling painted white, the walls peach, and the woodwork blue-grey. Wltat with the new cyclorama pur- chased last spring before you left, and the new stage furniture, you would never know it was the same place. We like to "show off" our audi- torium, now. Whoopee! Big recess, little recess, noon hour-'The puuse that refreshes." , .. Gillifq' 5. ll! : M

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