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October 6-Judgment Day - Patten tw.in s do
E Calendar .
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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