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Page 8 text:
wlilie C.-XIYNUAR sliowed that we
were kept buss' tlie entire year.
Our days and niglits were complete-
ly filled from the time we enrolled on
August 28 to tlie end of scliool, May
23. lfootball, Senior play, queen con-
tests, football banquet, band concert,
Guslier sales, initiation into clubs, as-
semblies, feuding between classes, bas-
ketball, holidays, and study made time
fly the first semester.
Basketball, Junior play, music con-
test, basketball banquet, assemblies :md
doings of clubs, lfaster holiday, base-
ball, and track, all bigliliglmted by end-
of-scliool activities A Alunior-Senior
banquet, B3CCI1l.lL1I'C.llC, and Gradua-
tion-made tbe second balf all too
sbort, and before we realized it, we
were out in tbe big outside world
again looking toward .1 place in that
world or toward another school year.
Four n'r'lm'k al Ijflliflfigljf High
Page 10 text:
Our ADMINISTR.-XTION is headed by our
superintendent and principal.
Mr. Wiiemer is at his desk on the dot of eight every
morning and is immediately immersed in the many
problems of a superintendent's life. lle is always avail-
able by telephone or in person to people who want
to talk with him A students, teachers, parents, board
members, salesmen and others. Outstanding traits of
Mr. Xlfiemer are his efficiency and decisiveness in man!
aging the affairs of our schools.
Mr. Kirkman is just as busy with all the many de-
tails in dealing with high school affairs from checking
our daily attendance to introducing visiting personages
in an assembly. It is always easy for pupils and parents
alike to talk with him on problems of students' wel-
They Work with the other members of the high
school faculty in giving us the best possible training.
The teachers represent the various fields of study and
they all work to give us a well-roundecl course. They
meet often on Tuesday mornings at 8:15 in the library
to talk over problems and discuss how they can work
together to help us.
UARNYIN KIRKMAN-I'mii1lial. Oklahoma A.8:N1., B.S,g University
of Maryland, Ni.Ed.
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