Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)
- Class of 1948
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To Miss Mary Elizabeth Smith, our beloved friend and teacher who
patiently taught us our "A B C's" of English grammar, we, the Senior
Class of '48, atTectionately dedicate this Kaleidoscope.
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Big, pleading eyes ..
dimpled cheek . . . catchy laugh
. . . believer in "The more the
merrier" . . . lover of gossip,
long skirts, and secrets she can
tell . . . ability to talk her way
in and out of situations . . . full
of fun and crazy ideas . . . Ed-
itor of the Annual and Most
Easy-going attitude . . . bursts
of hysterical giggling . . . ardent
lover of Florida . . . mighty
member of the Glee Club . . .
madness for cream cheese and
olive sandwiches . . . middle
name-"Going steady" . . . abil-
ity to cheer up anyone . . . in-
tense dislike of nickname, Beanie
. . . "Let me tell you-guess
who-?" . . . friend of all.
Green, expressive eyes . . .
amiable smile for all . . . chief
article of diet-apples . . . true
love-Red, her horse . . . moral
support of a certain sailor . . .
our class president . . . long-time
member of the Honor Council
. . . excellent model for good
character . . . a leader in every
sense of the word . . . a loyal,
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Superlative figure . . . ability
to look glamorous even in uni-
form . . . oodles of becoming
clothes . . . shining, habitually
clean hair . . . soft, pleasant
voice with North Carolina ac-
cent . . . essential member of
Glee Club and Annual board . . .
sweetheart of Baylor, McCall'e,
etc., etc., etc .... friend to every-
one . . . polite hostess . . . a
Diminutive figure . . . nat-
urally curly, brown hair . . .
sparkling brown eyes . . . cute
smile . . . favorite expression:
"That's evident" . . . famed col-
lector of brass and good-looking
bathing suits . . . infinite variety
fespecially in men? . . . lively,
exuberant type . . . assistant ed-
itor of this annual . . . winner
of Marian Crews awa1'd in Latin
. . . talented accompanist for
chapel . . . grand dancer.
A dark-eyed girl with a good
figure and the best -looking
clothes to show it off . . . win-
ning personality . . . can't help
smiling when she talks about
Bobby . . . most artistic girl we
know . . . important member of
Annual Board and Glee Club . . .
unusual ambition-marriage . . .
would there were more girls like
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Enviable peaches and cream
complexion . . . good-looking,
eye-catching clothes . . . color-
ful nailpolish . . . "Tabu" . . .
sparkling wit Q'?j . . . expounder
of Feinstein's Theory . . . out-
standing dramatic ability . . .
enough literary talent to be sec-
ond du Maurier . . . pet peeves:
pop tests and people who turn
off the radio when she's listen-
ing . . . a good friend to every-
Lover of hot tea . . . valuable
member of the Glee Club . . . a
true confidante and understand-
ing adviser in time of trouble
. . . fondness for mountain tops
-both Lookout and Sewanee . . .
merry grin and blonde hair . . .
constant chatter on any and all
subjects . . . enthusiasm . . . en-
ergy plus . . . great ambitions
. . . frequent outbursts of gig-
gles . . . personification of fun!
CLARA JANE HALL
A tall, dark-haired beauty . . .
graceful hands . . . enthusiastic
member of Dramatic Club for
two years . . . star of McCallie
plays . . . even disposition . . .
yen for Stradivari . . . wide-
spread popularity . . . favorite
expression-t'What a stab!" . . .
Emily Post poise . . . sparkling
personality . . . "Clara's Chat-
ter" . . . one of the best all-
round girls in our class.
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Danie, another native from the
metropolis of Cleveland . . .
member of the Dramatic Club
. . . Red Cross president . . . en-
viable personality . . . lots of
humor . . . constant companion
of Billy at all McCallie dances
. . . large green eyes . . . stun-
ning clothes . . . "ReHections"
-favorite perfume . . . "shot"
green Buick . . . wild, scrump-
tious parties . . . sincere per-
son . . . loved by all.
Exotic eyes . . . bright sweat-
ers and bobby socks . . . "I'll
See You in My Dreams" . . .
talk of Chicago . . . pet peeve:
reading aloud in Spanish . . .
love of football games . . . spas-
modic golf interest . . . highest
ambition-to drive a car . . .
first love-french fries and cat-
sup . . . permanent victim of the
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ANN ELIZABETH LATIMORE
Tall . . . stately . . . glowing'
red hair which accounts for her
nickname . . . impulsive . . . easy
to please . . . eager for advice
. . . considerate . . . friendly . . .
piano player-"When the Saints
Come Marching In" . . . lover of
McCallie and ardent praiser of
the dances . . . favorite expres-
sion: "Oh, I'm in the biggest
mess" . . . swell gal and wonder-
Glossy black hair and big,
brown eyes . . . slim figure,
sporting sharp clothes from the
Vogue fplugl . . . collector of
the two cents . . . favorite of
the Baylor dorm boys . . . favor-
ite saying: "What'll I do?
Stand on my head and whistle
'Dixie'?" . . . personality gal
with a studious nature and mar-
Ong- from the big city of
Cleveland . . . prominent mem-
ber of Honor Council . . . slender
figure . . . enviable, brown, curly
hair . . . reputation for good-
lookingz clothes . . . love of
dances fMcCalliel, food, Cleve-
land . . . favorite expression:
"Huh'? Whatcha say?" . . .
'tLoved by all, but loves one"
. . . a most trustworthy friend.
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shoes . , . Dramatic Club mem-
ber . . . writing talent . . Q. won-
derful conversationalist . . .own-
er of "The Wreck" . . . Bard
College . . . favorite expression
-"Oh, now really" . . . favorite
songs - "Begin the Beguine,"
"Temptation" . . . love of fiying
-anytime! . . . ability to get
into situations . . . good dispo-
sition and sense of humor . . .
whizz in English . . . fizz in
Stately blonde . . . Dracula
nails . . . serene voice . . . sen-
timental nature . . . easily ex-
citable . . . unceasing comment
-"But why didn't you tell me?"
. . . undying love for McCallie
and popularity at every dance
. . . loyalty to her many friends
. . . Patsy's confidante . . . de-
spised Mondays . . . pouting ex-
pression with beseeching eyes.
HARRIET ANNE ROANE
Perfect brunette . . . interest-
ing hair styles . . . good-looking
clothes . . . cheerful disposition
. . . will of her own . . . deter-
mination to learn to drive . . .
energetic rooter at football
games . . . trips to Atlanta . . .
walks in the rain . . . passion for
blue jeans . . . excellent jitter-
bug . . . good teaser . . . our
own H. A.
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Shy nature . . . interest in
Boston and medicine . . . peanut
butter for breakfast . . . left-
handed artist . . . good waffle-
maker . . . possessor of menag-
erie on Ridge . . . efforts to over-
come procrastination . . . unfor-
tunate dislike of Latin . . . love
of sportsfespecially basketball
-and sports clothes . . . limpid
green eyes . . . constant com-
panions: Sylvia and Harriet.
Blond hair and green eyes...
superlative grades . . . "Pris-
oner of Love" . . . Culbertson's
rival Qalways k n o w s what
trumps arej . . . "Let's make it
for keeps" pictures . . . fabulous
earrings . . . hand-knitted
sweaters . . . packed car . . .
brilliant f?J conversations . . .
"Guess what Philip did!" . . .
love of Baylor and Vine Street
. . . geometry triangles labeled
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MARY ELLEN SELMAN
Slender, good -looking girl
from Georgia . . . pretty brown
hair . . . fondness for St. Si-
mon's, McCallie and Tech . . .
essence of neatness . . . passion
for blue . . . darling shoes for
tiny feet . . . possessor of win-
ning smile and calm disposition
. . . wonderful house parties . . .
a loyal friend and a truly great
girl, our Mary Ellen.
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Blue eyes . . . red hair . . . ex-
traordinarily long lashes . . .
enviable complexion . . . chic
clothes, especially shoes . . .
originality plus . . . keen wit . . .
avid bridge player . . . constant
dieter . . . brains . . . dramatic
ability . . . Annual Board mem'
ber . . . singing off key ion pur-
pose or for amusement of oth-
ersl-especially "Make Believe"
. . . everlasting seeker of emery
boards . . . easy acquirer of
Sparkling, deep blue eyes . . .
passion for cats and kittens . . .
persistent efforts to learn to dive
. . . member of the Glee Club
. . . rooter for U. C. football
team . . . extreme ,frullibility . . .
ardent determination to finish
knitting: her yellow sweater . . .
unusual driver . . . the "wit"
fhalf, that ish . . . deep interest
in Navy . . . Miss Purse's French
RUTH ELLEN SPECK
Gorgeous blue eyes . . . nat-
urally curly brown hair . . . fa-
vorite song, "Let the Rest of
the World Go By" . . . perfume,
Tabu . . . constantly having a
new flame . . . Wit . . . indecision
whether to be a doctor or go
to finishing school . . . popular
president of Glee Club . . . al-
ways helping people out of jams
. . . vivacious personality.
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Tall, slim, good-looking . . .
president of our Honor Council
. . . possessor of beautiful blue
eyes . . . oodles of striking
dresses and suits and numerous
bright-colored shoes . . . laziness
galore . . . "Maestro" of the vic-
trola . . . constant admirer of
Baylor . . . unusual ability for
keeping a secret, giving advice,
and being true to one man.
Slender, tall figure . . . calm
disposition . . . beautiful red
hair . . . Dayton drawl . . . con-
stant commuter between home-
town and Chattanooga . . . sup-
porter of Dayton's Baylor and
McCallie boys . . . beautiful
clothes on all occasions . . . fa-
vorite expression, "Oh, shucks!
. . . colorful nail polish . . . per-
sistent questions in class . . .
sweetest gi1'l of our class.
Pretty blond hair . . . hazel
eyes . . . smart looking clothes
. . . grand complexion . . . won-
derful personality . . . favor-
ite song, "I'll See You in My
Dreams" . . . pet perfume, Chan-
tilly . . . ever-present loyalty
for Baylor- especially dorm
boys . . . also a partiality for
Tech . . . president of the Dra-
matic Club . . . favorite expres-
sion, "Holy cow!" . . . our maid
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Deep brown eyes with wicked
gleam . . . olive complexion . . .
good jitterbug . . . Haring anger
easily subsiding . . . heap big
interest in McCallie . . . lots of
spirit and pep . . . constant flow
of chatter . . . gay outlook on
life . . . a toast to Patsy, the
best girl friend a girl could ever
Co-owner of powerful Plym-
outh and record of "a dent a
day" . . . talent: disentangling
"Sis" from embarrassing situa-
tions . . . amazing conversations
on the dance floor . . . little
study, high grades . . . favorite
saying, t'You don't think I Will"
-and she does . . . inquisitive
nature . . . pleasant, loyal dispo-
sition . . . radiant smile, ani-
mated gestures . . . infectious
Blond curly locks . . . care-
free attitude . . . winner of first
year French Medal . . . undying
love for McCallie dances, skinny
boys . . . stubborn disposition
. . . favorite expression: "You
wouldn't dare!" . . . Miss Moy-
er's thrill in geometry . . . pet
peeve: getting into embarrass-
ing' situations and then having
fits of giggles . . . convincing
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Tall, stately figure . . . intrigu-
ing eyebrows . . . stunning
appearance . . . sophisticated
attire . . . scintillating person-
ality . . . charming, gracious
manner . . . infectious laugh . . .
sudden outbursts of joy, and
moody, stubborn disposition . . .
valuable soprano in the Glee
Club . . . habits: Baylor and
McCallie dances, frequent visits
and calls to Birmingham . . .
skilled equestrienne. Winger--
a swell gal and a true friend.
Petite figure . . . wicked smile
. . . laughing blue eyes . . .
unique jewelry . . . interest in
Baylor and Pensacola . . . brain
of the class . . . beaver on the
Annual Board . . . worst mood
-disgust . . . best mood "Guess
who called me last night?" . . .
adviser for love or Latin . . .
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popularity as both friend and
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The Static, the school publication, is printed once every six weeks.
The board is composed of nine members of the Junior
Moore as faculty adviser.
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Ella Sue Sullivan, Secretary
Frances Street, President
Cynthea Braly, Vice-P resident
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Betty Grace Brown
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Mary Alice Hood 1
Student Honor Council
Our Student Honor Council was inaugurated in March of 1945 for
the benefit of the student body. It is constituted of three representatives
from the Senior Class, two from the Junior Class, and one from each of
the four other classes. The student body elects the officers from the Senior
and Junior members.
SECOND TERM MEMBERS
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Frances Street W, 1, ,12th
Cynthea Braly W 112th
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Nancy Duke 1,
Mary Alice Hood
Elizabeth Battle ,
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Patricia Trotter, Prwsirlw
Elinor Cole, Sccrvfriry
Dee Feinstein Dame Hardwick
Martha Hackney .loan Lauderhach
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These fifteen girls are responsible for keeping the library in order, for
dusting and repairing the books, and for replacing the books on the shelves.
Pansy Allison Kitty Rue Hearlen
Peggy Flake Betty Isiuell
Nancy Duke Irene Jewell
Clair Haskew Chase Lane
Jane Head Betty Langston
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Alfred Smith, it has performed several times in public this year.
Ruth Ellen Speck, Prcfsiclent
Virginia Winger, Vice-President
Janice Dettor, Secretary
Mary Fort Freeman
Clara Jane Hall
Bobbie Jean Kelley
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Sarah Key Patten
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History ofthe Closs of 1948
Wistfully relegating Old Mother Goose books to the attic and struggling with the problem of
carrying our hundred and one books up Palmetto Street Hill, we-Janie, Beanie, Cynthea, Janice,
Regina, C. J., Robin, Tussa, Burton, Kate, Nancy L., Patsy Mc., Sarah Jane, Hardwick, Ann N.,
Peggy, Marianne, Grace, Nancy Rogers, Josie, Sylvia, Pat, Winger, Sally, Jo, Ann W., Jessica, Joanie,
and Tricia-timidly entered the sacred doors of G. P. S. for the first time in September, '42. With
Sarah Jane as chief story-teller we learned a few bits of idle gossip to supplement our nursery
rhymes, and McCallie boys in blue took the place of Little Boy Blue in our'minds. The twins became
the best rats with their Arthur Murray presentation of a teacher's conga line headed by Misswlarnagin,
and Jessica became our first dramatic star. At May Day Sally and Jo as trainbearers, Hardwick as
page, and Kate and Sylvia as scepter and crown bearers stole the show, as we, giving up modesty for
the present, gamboled on the green in our pajamas.
The grown-up eighth grade class was enlarged by the addition of Harriet, Dee C., Adeline,
Emeline, and Jo-Jo. In order to restore her shattered nerves Miss Tucker decided to omit the eighth
grade play, in order to restore her shattered nerves Miss Daniels decided to pass all of us in sewing
class after we had spent two years learning the intricacies of bastiug. Janie took the honors as class
president and winner of the American history medal.
Welcome additions appeared in the form of Danie, Gaenor, Nancy M., Mary Ellen, Pellen,
Patsy, and Rita. The resounding noise of falling books and clouds of dust filled studyhall as Janie,
Dee C., Sylvia, Nancy L., Jessica, Cynthea, Ann'W., Beanie, Marianne, Josie, C. J., and Frances carried
out their tasks once every six months. The honor of being our first Honor Council representative went
to Cynthea, and Beanie was the able class president. The Glee Club was noticeably improved by the
addition of Jo-Jo, Frances, and Cynthea. Ann W. got in, too. Nancy M. and Patsy starred in the play.
The gay, young sophomores welcomed into the fold Clarese, Caroline, Cagoon fpardon, Cahoonl,
Dee F., Donna, and Polly, the Glee Club welcomed with open arms Janice, Burton, Ann N., Josie,
Winger, and-most of all-Mary Stewart Becking Smith. Continuing its brilliant career, the basket-
ball team climaxed a successful year by placing Liber on the varsity. "The Mad Breakfast" was
produced with Josie and Dee F. vying for acting honors. Mrs. Clark and Miss Tucker became our
beloved co-principals, and Street, the class president, perfected her raised eyebrow just in case she
met Miss Tucker in geometry class the next year:
With Jeanelle and Stanley as the only new members we gaily started our last year at 611
Palmetto Street. The first Static appeared under the direction of Miss Moyer, faculty adviser,
Janie, business manager, Cynthea, Caboon fpardon, Cahoonj, C. J., Nancy L., Josie, Frances, and
Ann W., accompanied by the slogan of "more gossip and a rabbit on every cover." New members of
the operetta cast were Cahoon, Donna, Pellen, and Sylvia with Jo-Jo and Ann N. as the attractive
smugglers, recognized thespians were Josie, Dee F., C. J., and Jessica. Cynthea continued her
honorable career as Honor Council secretary with the able assistance of Frances. With the enviable
record of no wins in five years the basketball team again placed Liber on the varsity. C. J., Dee C.,
and Josie took part in the McCallie play, and Josie completed a busy year as class president and
our only star in the Baylor play. We again braved the laughs and snickers of our friends when we
appeared in May Day as Indians-complete with feather, but we added a new step to jitterbug routines
with our original dance. Janice, Dee F., Winger, and Rita served on the May Day costume committee.
Janie, Ann W., and Dee C. received the titles of "class brains" as they won the Grace McCallie scholar-
ship, Marian Stuart Parker Award, and Marian Crews Latin Award, respectively.
Feeling like Mary with her little lamb, we entered the new G. P. S. followed by our horde of
faithful rats. After a week of presents and tasty lunch-es we decided that we had the best rats ever,
the rats decided that they would behave like human beings when they became lofty seniors. The
widespr-ead belief in the Seniors' insanity increased by leaps and bounds when the Annual Board-
Janie, Dee C., Cahoon, Liber, Janice, Josie, and Ann W.-reverted to their natural attire and behavior
and serenaded with the plea to buy an Annual. The juniors prepared for their May Day a little early,
but after many delays Anne Cahoon was acclaimed our lovely May Queen. Podie was unanimously
elected "Most Active in School Affairs." Tricia and Danie shared honors, both, as members of the
Dramatic Club, Tricia, as Dramatic Club president, Danie, as Red Cross president. New members
of the Glee Club under the capable leadership of Pellen fpresidentj, Winger, Burton, and Janice were
Jo, Sally, Harriet, Liber, C. J., Beanie, Janie, Danie, and Nancy M. Frances served as president of
the Honor Council with Cynthea and Nancy M. as the other Senior members. So ends the history of
th-e class of 1948-the first graduating class of the new G. P. S.
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We, the Senior Class of 1948, being in our right minds and, contrary to public opinion, mentally
fit, do hereby publish our last will and testament.
I, Janie Allen, will my uni-form to Venus.
I, Gloria Bean, will my successful tactics to Lane and Forney, who likewise use Chase and
I, Cynthea Braly, will my "do-or-die" attitude to Jo-Jo, who'd much rather die.
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, nne Ca oon, wi my nickname Pilgrim to Ann Nichols, who also makes progress.
I, Dee Collins, do bequeath my geometrical ability to Martha Ann Britton, realizing that a
good line is the shortest distance between two dates.
I, Buzz Dettor, will my short uniforms to the class of 1958 in the hope they'll be in style by then.
I, Dee Feinstein, will my incomparable persistence to Mrs. Carter, who always wants "to take
that up later."
I, Donna Field, will my ability to rattle on to the G. P. S. buses.
I, C. J. Hall, will my tall stature to the Water fountains which always were such little squirts.
I, Danie Hardwick, bequeath my eyes and instructions in how to use them to Elizabeth Hammond.
I, Gaenor Hudson, do leave my spectacular "specs" to Mrs. Clark, who never can keep up with
I, Ann Elizabeth Latimore, will my red hair to Gwen Gleason, whose locks are such a dull
I, Nancy Liberman, will my hydromatic clutch to my Oldsmobile.
I, Jessica McCurdy, will my car Q ?y to anyone who is brave enough to try to drive it.
I, Nancy Marler, will Albert back to Victoria.
I, Marianne Prescott, will my sweet innocence to anyone else who can get away with it.
I, Harriet Roane, hand down my taciturnity to peaceful, unruffled Billie Reese Samuels.
I, Grace Robinson, will my consistent efforts to make 70 to the school thermometer, which never
I, Rita Russ, will my excellent carriage to Becky Wood, who always did hate to walk.
I, Mary Ellen Selman, will my stately reserve to Ann Clementson, who has so much anyway.
I, Josie Sibold, will my pancake to Podie in hopes that she may cover up her freckles 'more
successfully than I did.
I, Sylvia Smith, will my effervescence to any old bottle of stale Coca-Cola.
I, Pellen Speck, do bequeath my proficiency in spelling to Jean Chapman, who was so fond of
eighth grade spelling.
I, Frances Street, will my ability to can-can to anyone who can.
I, Jeanelle Thomison, will the gentleness and quiet of my nature to my rat, Barbara McCollum,
who took it all anyway.
I, Tricia Trotter, will my hysterical giggling to stately, solemn Gloria Clemons.
I, Patsy Webb, will my lethargy on Monday morning to Martha Hackney, who has never lost a
We, Sally and Jo White, will our ability to confuse the teachers to the Patten twins.
I, Virginia Winger, will my congeniality with the teachers to Peggy Ann Huffaker, who spends
most of her class time in the halls.
I, Ann Woodworth, will nothing, because I need everything I've got.
We, the Senior Class of '48, do bequeath our senior privileges to the oncoming Senior Class, in
the hope that they may have some.
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I want to congratulate you on your new organization, "The Fuschia X." Taking Christmas
boxes to the penguins at the North Pole is certainly a generous act. A
I suppose you are curious 'about what has been going on with our old classmates of G. P. S.
while you have been in that ice-olated country for all these years. Anne Cahoon is happily married
to a Mr. Bacon and they are rearing fine little strips. Baroness Thomison has just patented her
latest perfume-"Jeanelle No. WA."
Poor ole Beanie-she's gone to the Beville. Clefty Collins has finally escaped to Cuba with, her
contraband of arms crossed by innocent River and Ridge Rats. After much research Sally White
published her revealing novel, Love Life in Lithuania or Jo Told Me Wrong. By the way, Jo White,
who has recently entered the political game, was unamiously elected Commissioner of Parks.
The dog biscuit 'industry is flourishing with the aid of Harriet:
"If your dog wails, if your pup moans
Just go to the store and buy Roane's bones."
The great soprano, Senorita Allen, reached C above the C that is above high D by accidentally drop-
ping her grand piano on her toe. Jessica McCurd5g-'was interning as a tree surgeon, but she decided to
become a tree psychiatrist instead. She felt it was her duty to the medical profession to discover
why the willow was weeping. Nancy and Pellen are now full-fledged physicians at their own clinic
in Cleveland. Their motto is:
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That master detective, Nancy Hawkshaw Liberman, is busy tracking down that "Terror of the
Badlands," who is none other than our old classmate, Patsy-alias Spider Webb. Grace Robinson is
very successful at law. She managed to wheedle the judge into pardoning Ann Woodworth, arrested
for the fourth time in a brawl with Tricia Trotter at Prescott's Pool Parlorg they are still arguing about
which is more important-the line or the backiield.
In spite of her acclaimed success as the "Sappho of the Painting World," Janice has managed
to settle down in her home. She has two little boys with hair which she has already started peroxi-
dizing. Over in Switzerland Ann Libba is conducting a mountain climbing expedition. She hasnft had
an accident yet-experience is the best teacher! Have you heard about Mary Ellen's exciting and
unusual circus? Cynthea used to be the star attraction in it, she was the dare-devil who would ride
a horse over the tightrope without any net. It is too bad her horse happened to lose a shoe during her
act one day. Presiding over the funeral rites was Sylvia, who made poor Cynth-ea turn over in her
grave by dropping the Bible in the middle of the ceremony.
Guess what? C. J. has triplets! Of course you remember she married the president of the
Pepsi-Cola Company, whom she met while competing in the contest. They call the children Pepsi,
Cola, and Excuse Me. Rita is working on her sequel to the Razor's Edge called Quick! The Bandaid!
Winger and her husband have founded the Birmingham Asylugn, commonly referred to as "Poor
Richard's All Maniac." It's sad that Dee Feinstein has to be an inmate. It seems that after she
finally learned to work the combination on her own locker at G. P. S., safe cracking became an
obsession. Gaenor's there, too. She just sits on the floor and stares at her yarn and needles. Then
she mutters, "If Wishing will make it so, wishing will make it knit, too." Donna is also a permanent
resident. Poor thing thinks she's Al Jolson-all she does is smear black shoe polish on her face and
sings, "Sewanee, how I love you, how I love you."
You remember Frances Street, our Honor Council president. Well, she uses her motto of "Follow
the Straight and Narrow." She is the president of a foundation garment factory in New Jersey.
Well, I must hurry now. Reacle'r's Digest has asked me to write a condensation of The Grapes of
Wrath. So I'm off to compose "The Raisins of Anger."
Your old friend,
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September 27-Everyone is lost in spacious new
halls-students decide to'follow Podie, for she
knows the only direct way to the great but-
doors or to the office.
September 29-"Rats" rebel and bring Seniors
hot pepper sandwiches.
October 1-Juniors rat "rats."
October 13-Dee F. comes to school.
October 20-All blondies wear blue uniforms.
October 30-Whole school goes crazy "using their
January 14-Eighth graders entertain their moth-
ers in the cafeteria.
February 4-Exams begin.
February 6'-Exams end.
February 9-Re-exams begin.
February 107Rita: "I'll get a letter tomorrow."
February 12-Lincoln's Birthday.
February 22-Washington's Birthday. .4
February 25-Legal holiday declared-Rita got
April 21-Dirt is put on lawn to make grass as
3-All public doors open in.
10-Marianne comes to school.
12-Anne elected May Queen.
14-Tricia elected Maid of Honor.
20-Half of school goes to T. M. I.
21-All excuses from school refused.
1-Winger shows Mrs. Carter a new
December 2-Frances elected Most Active
School Affairs-Jo-Jo gets vote.
December 10-Sally improves lab color scheme
with copper sulfate.
December 15-Seventh graders entertain their
mothers in cafeteria.
December 19-Christmas vacation-tests assigned
January 5-Lost and Found increases its supply
as students are requested to remove their
slips before using the telephone.
January 8-Rita: "I'll get a letter tomorrow."
January 11-Bucky wrecks the sled-forgot to
March 8-Juniors entertain l?J boys in gym.
March 20-Mrs. Carter promisesio write a novel,
"Inside Wisteria Lodge."
April 1-John Richards makes new acquaintance.
April 2-Registration blanks given out.
April 3-College Boards.
'April 5-Seniors turn in applications to G. P. S
April 14-Seniors get to have Algebra Review-
another one of their privileges.
dead as the court.
April 26-My uniform rips at both ends,
It will not last the year,
But, oh, my foes and ah, my friends,
I have a slip, don't fear. '
April 30-May Day-bright sun with unexpected
May 3-Report cards appear with unusual notes
May 23-Sylvia begins to quote Virgil-nec and
June 3-Annual goes to press. Q
June 4-Seniors acquittedg rest of school is
tum Tight- paroled for three months.
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