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A message from the Officer of the deck. Music in the hold. Kiss and tell! Everybody ' s sweetheart. What gives? Mrs. Webster ' s here! In the spring . . . Eight bells and all ' s well. Together! Hubba, hubba, hubba! Any old time. Oh, Teacher! Over the hill! Swabbing the deck. Scuttlebutt. Officers ' mess. Future seniors?? What ' s up?
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Smile, please! Confidentially! Pals. Sweet and lovely. Red light! Does your cigarette taste different lately? A Spar. " Are you ready? " Star. King. Coach. Going somewhere? Gee, this is interesting. " Up and at ' em! " Nuts. No, not this!!
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THE SHIP ' S LOG OffViAV oxime 1 May 18 —The Cornerstone of the Falls Church High School was laid. September 4 — The first school term in the new Falls Church High School began with Mr. Bruin as principal, a teaching staff of twenty-two, and an enrollment of five hundred twenty-two students. Septem- ber 7 — The football team met the Mount Vernon team in the first game of the year. September 18 — The election of class officers was held. September 18- -The Student Council held its first meeting of the year with John Moffat presiding. October 4 — The student body assembled for the first football rally. October 9 -The new school colors, green and white, were adopted. October 10 — Rita Crone was elected editor of the Jaguar staff. October 24 — The first issue of the Jaguar Journal came off the press. October 26 — The Hallowe ' en dance, the first one of the year, was very successful. November 21-28 — The Thanksgiving vacation was enjoyed. November 30 — The girls cornered their " dream boys " for the Sadie Hawkins dance. Decem- ber 3-14 — The first paper drive of the year was a big success. December 18 — The Christmas season was appropriately observed with the Christmas Candlelight Service and the play " Pop Reads the Christmas Carol, " by the Dramatic Club. December 18 — The football team was honor- ed with a banquet. Decem- ber 21 -January 7 — The school closed for the Christmas holidays. Jan- uary 9 — The first basket- ball game of the season was played. January 23 — The Fairfax County Stu- dent Council Association met at Falls Church High School. February 15 — Esther Sliger was chosen Queen of the Sweetheart Dance. February 15 — The Falls Church Chapter of the National Honor So- ciety was established. February 25 — Lions Club donated a juke box to the school. March 15 — Lions Club started work on the athletic field. March 20 — The long awaited class rings arrived. April 2 — The first baseball game of the season was played with Mt. Vernon. April 11- 12 — The Junior Class pre- sented the play, " What a Life. ' April 18-21 — An Eas- ter vacation was enjoyed by all. May 17— The Jun- iors honored the Seniors with a prom. May 30 — The student body was de- lighted by an unexpected holiday. June 12 — Annual Graduation Exercise was held. June 14 — The 1945- 1946 school year ended. t 0 ticse” ' Lie " Health C inic Cpcn at High School Ujr, September Sees Falls Church Students In New Building New Grading System Adopted 41 ir c LH SeB w Ploy r ' »cg„ FmuhyOf 23 Takes Ovet aso n e, J ’° 0f P °’ T ° I :nds ' □ J™ O, s to 4m, ° ' s Or, Qui, FailsChurch high Is Host To F.C.S. C. A. - -T° ' r,tvChapWi; For Octobe Socic ' Cr , fails Ow« Lions Club Helps tqmP High School juniors Sponsor Sa « Hawkms Dome ' " ' Or — O °° c,e fy -- Ur 3 n ized
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