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Page 129 text:
1950 OCTOBER 1950
Mr. Brooks! Look at your arm! Your
T.B. test really looks bad!
FLASH: Dottie Mills and Betty Zang
candidates for Homecoming Queen.
Treats for rooms rating lOO9? in K Chron-
icle drive. Lucky kids!
Why does Pat Francis like "Mr. Touch-
down" so well? Any similarity to peo-
ple .... '?
Crusade for Peace Charter came around,
but Allen Livek thinks that things won't
be so peaceful when Mrs. Brockman sees
his history notebook.
Eva Lou Camp was terrified, but "Booby"
Chord was armed with bravery as he
gallantly whispered "go 'way" to a tiny
bee in Iournalism class.
Kill Roy Rodgers, l'rn Hopalong Cassidy.
No school !!!!!!!
Miss Harrod had a birthday party for
Virgil. He's just a "babe in arrnsuftwo
thousand seventy years old.
I've been carrying a four by six little
card around all day, but do l dare carry
Teachers their fuses blow,
As students from class rooms go.
More Kewanite pictures.
Have you gotten your excuse to work
on the float? Hurry up! The dean's of-
fice is really crowded.
All that work for Homecoming was really
worth it. Don't you think so? The parade
was the best ever. Dotty sure looked
darling as our queen. The assembly was
enough to kill a person Cwith laughter, of
Look at all those tired faces!!! Sure was
a busy weekend, but loads of fun!!!!!
Won't you ever grow up? Miss Gibson
had to weed out several seniors who
wanted their Hi-Y pictures taken twice.
Patsy Snider and Rusty Iensen are flashy
square dancers in their plaid shirts at the
Bi-Phy-Chem and FFA Hallowe'en Party.
That assembly was a scream! He's cute
too! I sure hope Mr, Wheeler comes
back soon and finishes talking about
radio and television.
FLASH: Coach H. F. Brockman voted
Queen of East Peoria Homecoming. Con-
All the spooks were out for Halloween.
I didn't know there were so many haunt-
ing faces in KHS.
Page 128 text:
SUN MON l """"
The green freshmen entered KHS tcday.
They did pretty well, but wait until the
upper classmen move in.
lt really seemed natural trudging back to
school today. But fun!! Bay Heinrich is
borrowing pencils already.
Labor Day! What's it good for? Our
Beally got behind times in the summer!
Saw a new couplefClaredda lohnson
and Art Fuller.
Mr. Pryor: "ln what battle did General
Wolfe say 'l die happyf when he heard
that the enemy were running?"
Burke Elliott: "His last."
Football scrimmage tonight. The fellas
look pretty good!
l see certain members of the alumni
haven't lost their talent UD. They proved
it on the K Chronicle Assembly.
New couple Claredda lohnson and Earl
Bones: "Hey, Horsey, is my tie straight?"
Horsey: "No. Get me a step ladder and
l'll fix it."
You guessed it. Senior pictures!
Mr. Brooks gave a detention to Lorena
Dergins in Study Hall for talking-eto
none other than herself.
Received Senior proofs today. Paul really
worked up a business for himself
everyone wants retakes!
How was the delicious cheese at the
Hi-Y informal initiation, eh, boys?
Miss Harrod: f'Why are you late?"
lackie LaBlanc: "Class started before l
Barbara Goard is all smiles today. No
wonderf fErank finally came across with
a ring. Class, that is!!!l!
All that fretting and stewing for nothing.
They really weren't so bad were they
kids? We're speaking of none other
than those dear junior tests you took
Don't be alarmed, the inter-com hasn't
gone on the blink that was just loan
McElwain giving announcements.
Seen on second street at 4:00 P. M.:
Danny Rodgers driving Bill Harper's car
with Bill running behind Hmmmmmm.
The seniors made a good impression on
the freshmen by giving them the annual
Page 130 text:
sun Mon H-r
Miss Ewan: "Can anyone tell me what
causes trees to become petrified?"
Pat Shunick: "The wind makes them
All that Walking for nothing. Why? Be-
cause somebody rang the bell 15 min'
utes ahead of time.
The last home game and we tied Peoria
Woodruff 12-12. Rah! Yehl Team! Nice
Are you a Democrat or a Republican?
Me? l'm a Prohibitionist. Thats right.
We went to the "polls" today and voted.
He: "If you'll give me your telephone
number 1'll call you up sometime."
She: "1ts in the book."
He: "Finei Whats your name?"
She: "Thats in the book too."
Seen in typing 1: Em Lindbeck cracking
his gum in time With the typewriters.
Those Seniors are really working hard
on the class play. They're even having
night rehearsals now.
Mary Dura: "l saw your advertisement
that you recover umbrellas l'd like
Clerk: "Where is it?"
Mary: "lt 1 knew that l'd recover it my-
After reading the printing on an eraser,
Ierry Glancey asked: " 'Soap rubber',
huh? Can you wash with it?"
Ray Heinrich leaving College English:
"f'Come let me clutch thee'."
loan Kazubowski: "You fresh thing."
Mrs. Brockman: "tm ashamed of you.
When I was no bigger than you 1 could
recite all the Presidents off in order
Phil Good: "Yeah, but there was only
three or four of them then."
FLASH: Dannie fDing-Dingl Rodgers has
a new contract with KHS Class Plays as
sound effects man.
"What do you desire, my brave,
To give your cold relief?"
"Its a linen cloth," said Hiawatha,
"For which 1 hanker, chief."
What did you say your name was? Does
this face belong to you? Thats right.
Freshman, Sophomore, and Iunior Ke-
wanite pictures were passed out today.
Boy, am I glad its 3:4151 No more school
for four heavenly Thanksgiving Vacation
Back to school. Gee, I wish Thanksgiv-
ing came once a week.
Report card day gets worse all the time.
"Dad, gimme a dime?"
"Son, don't you think you're getting too
big to be forever begging for dimes?"
"1 guess you're right, Dad. Gimme a
dollar, will ya?"
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