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Our scientists eat in the Coulee . . . Any direction will do, but she wants to ride . . .
Spectating at the Cle Elum game.. . After the opera . . . Hold that pose! . . . Stage stuff
. . . Enuf of that . . . Mero-Jorgenson . . . Food for fifty . . . Back to the days of their
childhood . . . On his way for a flash . . . How'd you earn that letter, Scott? . . . ,The
Gang... Campfire Girls . . . And so on-far into the night . .. Pest House L?J . . . Clean,
girlish fun . . . As the stagehand sees it.
October I4-uAlabama" Kern, our southern accent, is discovered by
October l8 and l9-Teachers' Institute-we can sleep for four days
without waking in a panic for fear it's late.
October 22-lt seems Bob Love is in school!!!
October Z4-Bill Cooke goes to Cle Elum.
October 25--Community play, "Ice Bound." Our school fondly watched
a lot of its present and former students "go to town."
October 26-Bud Rutter saw stars when a certain person walked by
October 3 l-Halloween, and it seems that about seven girls visited the
slaughter house and the junk yard and got a few signs to decorate our school.
It was really quite beautiful. lnciclentally, they didn't quite get out of it, had
to talk plenty to get Policeman Salley to let 'em off. Who ruined Earl Powell's
car at Ruth Snyclefs? And who let the air out of Klarnphers' tires at the
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Mr. Wager... Our best friend, especially on winter Mondays . . . What! She's still absent?
Mr. Faust of the board . . . To the office at nine o'cIock, please! . . . Mr. Sterling, clerk
of the board . . . Every J. H. S. student's friend . . . Assembly time . . .The superintendent
September 3-Ben Buchanan gets to school early, for once, in fact just
3 weeks early-school was postponed fdarn itl.
September I0-We haven't even seen our new teachers yet-the epi-
demic is still going strong.
September 24-Well, we found that school couldn't be postponed for-
ever-so we struggled up the steps and into our seats and were sentenced to
our classes--terms: 9 months' hard labor.
September 25-We win our first football game.
September 26-We think the new teachers are swell. Cooking teacher
sure knows her onions-and Miss Ellefsen, her p's and q's. incidentally about
50 new students turned up on the first day.
September 27-The Home Relations classes pick each other to pieces to
discover good and bad points.
September 28-We begin to see Jane Catherine Mooney and Lois Kryger,
two new sophomores.
October 5-Football boys go hunting and just before Prosser game. Get
more ducks than points. l-lamblin even brings his shot gun to school.
October 7-Wayne Bell takes the afternoon off to go fishing-gets six
hours in Mr. Brown's new class-4 to 5 every afternoon.
October l2-Big sister party to meet the little ones CGirls' Clubf. Verna
Gibson is declared the cutest baby.
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November 3-Yakima game. They won, but the hamburgers were good
even if Wines, Hofmann, Hadley, Stougard, and Olsen did eat a dozen while
seasoning the meat in the cooking room.
November I0-Well, we beat Cle Elum.
November l4-Miss Herrington blossoms out with a diamond-gee, l
guess we are about to lose another good cooking teacher the same way we
did last year.
November l5-Home Economics club initiation with Mrs. Mordhorst
fMiss McBride, present. All had a good time at the expense of the newest
November I6-Hi-Y party-more fun and crazy games.
November 22+lVlen, Men, Men, Whitman Glee Club.
November 29-30iThanksgiving vacation! And we all ate too much.
Hash for a week now.
December 3-We learn that Miss Maloney had a wreck. After it was
all over Miss Marston turned to her and said: "Well, you did that nicely!"
December 7-All-school play, "Adam and Eva," and Hofmann and
Lewis play their last high school play together. Lots of newcomers appeared.
December 8-Mitchell deserts ol' E. H. S.-has a change of heart and
December 9--Something unusual, Miss Halverson lost her keys.
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