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Page 17 text:
OUR SCHOOL STORE, almost too convenient, is constantly breaking sales records, always has the school supplies we need hallways and parking lot exit, one thought uppermost—food. Many scurry to the parking lot, pack sardine-like in cars of every model, and with dust and speed scratch off to Sunset. There amid jingling cash registers and clattering dishes they devour their lunches and straggle back to school. Meanwhile, other students stage their own stampede. Swarming to the cafeteria, they stand in endless lines for a lunch they gulp down in a racket of clanking milk bot¬ tles and presistent hum of voices. The wanderers drifting back to the campus join those from the cafeteria, clus¬ tering in patches to chatter animatedly. A few exchange this noise and gaiety for the solitude of the auditorium, where they pre¬ pare with scholarly or desperate seriousness for the next class. Suddenly the bell is again a signal. This time groups explode, each person going his own way, and leaving in the halls a linger¬ ing echo of the last word or sigh or iaugh. OUR PARKING LOT reeked of dust, pines, gasoline, mystery. 13
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LOCKERS ARE A MECCA for gabfests, a cache for every¬ thing. t VEN IF THE CLASSROOM’S BUSY PROG¬ RESS furnishes us with Senior’s “raison d’etre,” no one believes that only light and trivial affairs transpire outside classroom walls. From earliest arrivals to the last de¬ parture each day drama is unfolding in every corner of this great expanse. What could be more vital than friendships made among the groups and couples that stand, wander or rush about Senior’s halls? Or more important than exchanging notes on how to charm a boy friend or what happen¬ ed last night? What sound sets off more meaningful activity than bells that release us from a classroom’s confines? Drama unfolds in senior ' s Take lunchtime, for instance. The jangle of a bell echoes down tiled halls, a signal for a flood of people to stream toward every THE LUNCHTIME BELL signals the fast take-off for some hamburger heaven. Right: No school day can ever get underway till the gang is up-to-date on last night’s events.
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GIRLS LEARN what they and college may expect of each FACTS about their chosen college are important to boys, too. other. College looms large ahead T lo inform seniors and interested jun¬ iors about many colleges and impress them with the urgency of making decisions and plans, College Day was planned for October 19. Representatives of 65 colleges from Georgia to Massachusetts met in the gym. Acting as hosts were members of Torch¬ light, Library Council, D.E. and D.O. Clubs. Home economics students served a luncheon to college representatives, hosts and committee chairmen. For many stu¬ dents the day was interesting and valuable. COLLEGE DAY ADVISERS and committee chairmen — First row: Mrs. Kathryn McEntire, Miss Sara Mims, Lisa Anderson, Janice Matthews, Betty Maulden, Carroll Walker. Second row: Miss Lucille Browne, Mrs. Nellie D. Blackburn, Miss Dorothy McNairy, Miss Mary York. Diana Harmon. 14
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