Kewanee High School - Kewanite Yearbook (Kewanee, IL)

 - Class of 1951

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112 19. 26 1951 FEBRUARY Tl I: FEBRUARY Carol Palmer: "Have you read this joke yet?" Kayleen Hagberg: "I read it in band." Carol Palmer: "That's funny, I read it in writing." Mr. Artz, while discussing moods: "Take this sentence, 'Let the cow be taken to the pasture' What mood?" Dale White: "The cow." Mr. Denning: "Which is farther away, the moon or China?" Iohn Stuart: "China" Mr. Denning: "Why China?" lohn Stuart: "Cause we can see the moon any clear night and we can't see China." What an assembly! Brother! I guess the Kewanite staff really knows how to put one on, doesn't it? Those "Chorus Girls" sure were a scream!!!!! Miss Ewan: "What pine has the longest and sharpest needles?" Donna Goode: "A porcupine." "Our American Cousin" visited KHS and Burke Elliott is interested in buying that plaid suit for the formal. What poor girl are you taking, Burke? Mr. Fairfield: "How far were you from the correct answer?" Roy Schueneman: "Only three seats!" What did Abraham Lincoln ever do for us? Why, he gave us an excuse not to have school today!!! What measurements! The boys are all saying they'll have to wear high heels for graduation, too. They're afraid they will be too short. Wonder how our caps and gowns are going to fit. Cupid was in his full glory today, but one of his arrows took a detour when a certain girl received this one: As a beauty, you are not a star There are others more lovely by far: But your facefryou don't mind it, Because you're behind it: lt's the people in front that you jar. One good thing about all this ice, it saves walking! Gee, aren't the decorations beautiful! Look at all those dreamy dresses! The guys even look nice! What a wonderful Mid-Winter Formal this year. Everyone looks kinda sleepy today. l wonder why. Miss Frank: "Tell me one use for cow- hide." Tina Caras: "lt keeps the cow together." Great men are always born on holidays. But "l cannot tell a lie," I'm mad at George Washington, he didn't get the day off for us. Mrs. Hamm: "Don't you know the King's English?" Ralph Swett: "Of course, he wouldn't be king if he wasn't." As you can see this wasn't leap year, but the girls all seem to be doing ok anyway. 1951 Fm: AT

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