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1. Student Leaders 2. Attendance Assistants STUDENT ASSISTANTS BOYS ' ASSEMBLIES The Boys ' Association had only one assembly this semester — A baseball movie and lollypops — Oh sugar! FLAG RAISINGS 3. Public Address Assistants 4. Flag Assistants Every morning of the school week, a flag is raised in the Garfield court. Sometimes soldiers help us raise it but more freguently Boy 5. Red Cross Representatives j q ' I Scouts perform the ceremony of raising our beloved Stars and Stripes to the breeze. 6. Traffic Squad 7. Library Assistants STUDENT ASSISTANTS Student Assistants are a great help in our Garfield life. They help our counselers, library, the nurse and many of the teachers. Nearly every student has a chance to and desires to become an assistant in some phase of our Garfield life. GIRLS ' ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES 8. Counselors ' Assistants 9. Office Assistants 10. Locker Assistants 11. Student Leaders This year, under the able leadership of Mary Vickery, the Girls ' Association had five fine programs. The first was held on January 12 and it was a party to welcome the Low Seventh grade girls. A program was held and afterwards the Low Seventh grade " little sisters " went down to the cafeteria for refreshments with their High Nine ' ' big sisters. January 23 there was a fashion show presented by Miss Stricklin. In it the new spring and summer fashions were modeled by girls from the sewing classes. On February 1 3 a cosmetics lecture was given by Miss Jones who explained care of the skin among other things. A hairdress demonstration was presented March 6 by the McKin- ley extension school. The newest hair styles were introduced and one of the girls from McKinley lectured on hair care. To finish out the term with a final bang, May 24, a High Nine Girls Farewell was held.
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1. Soldiers from the S. F. Presidio raise the flag. 2. George, Joe, Ernie. 3. A good paved playground is needed in California weather. 4. See Number One. Ditto. 5: Captain Hook with gestures. 6. See Number Four. Ditto. 7. Leap Year dance. Girls, see those shrinking violets? 8. Fiddle, where you goin ' with that gal? 9. " Gosh, I wish I could throw ' em away! " 10. Field Day— Blanket finish. 11. Field Day— Start. 12. Rainy day — noon. 13. Field Day— Starter.
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