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ll - "J ' Staff
, , y e Miss Patsy Howell, daughter of
. . . urllgei, and Mrs. Fred W. Howell,
4 . as een selected as Editor-in-
. rn I H h ' hief of the "J" staff the annuai
Ona, Q--f e - 2 i earbook of the. Jersey Township
Ev ,--, 4 K 'lighh School, edited and published
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ker Gflmes To Hafdln i Q '- '. ' ' ' ' ' yrheeiiliirlliistit Zlificifvlit
. L3l'1'0llt0I'l L3,St The polio 'J t,Ac'f1I0N IN 'SPORTS nnounced this week and are as
U k. ll sports .,ctiv,':'ff'f3l1.1ne in Jerseyville has stopped comple ollowsg Patsy Howell, editor-in-
,lnp .L X st week .I du y until October No league bowling took pl lnefg Doris Medford, administra-
'lly ville won its first game 0 Jemevllsl as there are no pm boys on hand the owners off 9dlt0l'S -121110 and Jean S'tal'll'9Y,
ce expanse of Carlinvmc but I . , e owling Alley have decided to close the do enior editors, Dorothy Campbell,
fn, H rdin 50-30 Thu'I'Sday mil the quarantine is lifted. ' unior editorg Dorothy Lanham,
ld nd garrollton 36 to 26 Fri- Jersey Township High School officials have cancelled Ophomore editor: Betty Hutchin.
- arrulhon, yyhite Hall and Winchester fm on, freshman editor, Sue Brurrg
, . . rtball games. All th ..
. it i t amps yygrc ongmany scheduled for the' I f. I .K n let and Homer Dolan, art edr-,
- n The Victory C - I1 l eyville showing 3 lot of pmmiqe is th 'UUE' VIC d a d with J orsg Clyde Powderly amd Paul
- ' tould hav V . n eir irst two games t ' Jory, sports editorsg Kenneth Botai
Jersey To H, h e drawn ggod fd. f
I Panthers - 1ii,- 'leasfm1 llill and p-u.f- ldcrow S or 'heso engagements. 0 lmfD0nalS1 Bootty, Dorothy Foyer-fi
Tuesday , Q th games are U. lv 5,19 are left on the Panther Schedule I bend, and Imogene Isringhausen'
-29 defe Q6 S moz a 1 s - an ay. lerhaps some or all three of the postpo usmess Managers, John Cor
win gg Q33 Dex!! 0 mes can be played. Games might possibly be worked in elius, chairman, Betty Gross,
th Q55 Y Q-4, K dgkwoo ondo' "'ghfS with perhaps one game scheduled for Thanksg -Cris Bray' Dick Lone- Doris'
Q. me 00 gt-' px go g .9 Q I Zicr, Doris Fessler, Glenn Leach,
' 90 . 5 gee' 'll , Wclyn TUCkffT. Gladys Kanallakan,
00,50 og ayiogf . y wird Bernardpipangle, Circulation
V so 0 Qt HNHEGFSZ otographic editor
"' ,sion Sixteen Athletes l o
.Qc 60 6't1x9e64,, -sther Lynng Typists, Betty' Mar.
: 6,4960-cetstgqcoxxixen in, Bette Willis, Patsy Kadell, and
99,rQ,'?eqA Q, 550,118 R 0 C :xi lzohljfmga Mechanical de-
, clbo 'QP 0 V I S Q' en, at ibbons and Dick
" Qixqoatz Ciaslev e e ,I urston, and Activity editor,
' Q9 Y' ,I e i an ary Holland.
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BANQUET AT I'l0TEL
The annual "GO Club" banquet
and dance of the Jersey Township
High School was held Wednesday
evening, March 28, at six-thirty
o'clock at the Jersey Hotel in this
city. Covers were laid for one
hundred and one guests.
The dining tables were arrang-
ed and decorated to represent a
' on sc oo , I
fa L ' S and will
El -Y from
si 'I . lg if
1 wa,:,,"1v'.:r'm.w+fS-.f.'.., , , ,Q ' -A ' - ' ' - 7 .. . -My N--5 f K A
At JTHS Thursday
Covers were arranged for forty
guests at the annual Pan-American
fiesta held in the music room at
the Jersey Township High School
on Thursday evening, March 15.
The banquet was given by the
Pan-American League for its
members and a few guests.
Jonquils gay fiesta napkins and
cactus leaflets were used in the
I - en a ' a u 's ' lhlBlZLlI'e2
Schools Dismissed Until
October 30. State Police
To Assist In 'Enforce-
ment Of Regulations.
Quarantine regulations affect-
ing all students under the juris-
diction of Jerseyville city schools,
all pre-school children and young
people under the age of twenty-
one were adopted Wednesday, Oc-
toder 11, in an effort to stop an
outbreak off infantile paralysis
tpoliomyelitisj in this community.
an students of the Jersey Town-
' h School Jerseyville
St Francis Paroch
t h l are
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Published by the Class of 1945
under the direction of
the "I" Staff
JERSEY TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
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