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Page 59 text:
Well, we've really been
buying bonds at school this year!
We bought three Wjeepsn for Uncle
Sam at Christmas time--and if you
think that's good, during the
Fourth War Loan we raised
89,l73.5O. We feel that we
really should help our brothers
and fathers who are out Wtheren
for us--also, 'F1tzyn,
Mr. Law and Mr. Troendly, who
left our facultyg and Don Foster
who left the Senior class not
The Student Council of Utica
High sponsored dances after all
the basketball games. This
helped to create Wgood willn
among the schools, and it seemed
to draw them closer to each other
by the friendships that were
formed at the Wshin-d1gs.n
The Library Staff went all
out this year, and it really sup-
plied the school with good liter-
ature. They mended books as they
were torn and helped students
with reference work.
Spirits of students all over
the school were pepped up as our
basketball team kept making his-
tory. Over forty league victor-
ies in a row is a record to be
It is certainly with
in our eyes that we watch
Frye, Evans and Davis leave the
ranks this year. Of course, with
the snappy Redskin Reserves we've
fine prospects for an even better
fir 1t's possiblej team next
The Builder this year proved
we've had for a
to be tHe Best
long time. With art work through-
out and a stiff leather cover, it
really looks great!
I suppose someone has written
to you telling you all about the
Glee Clubs and Band. They hit
some pretty solid notes and
struck some mellow chords. They
always were on hand, ready to
perform if needed.
We all held our breath while
we wondered whether we would be
able to get the scoreboard we
wanted. Because of the war, we
found it impossible to obtain a
metal one, but we did get a
pretty Wsnazzyn score-keeper in
spite of the odds against us.
'Slew said that one of the
best plays that she ever saw was
Adam's Evening. I wish you could
Have Been ere. It was really a
riot, and having been directed by
Mrs. Gold--well, you can imagine!
The graduating class this
year is the smallest since 1929.
Of course, I'm proud to be gradu-
ating in it though because qual-
ity makes up for quantity.
This year trigonometry was
taught for the first time. The
Wtrign and physics classes were
unusually large, which, of course
meant more broken test tubes and
Last sum er, our building was
painted inside. The auditorium
was polished up, and a thorough
going over took place.
The sociology class visited
The School for the Blind, The
School for the Deaf, The Ohio
Penitentiary, and The Feeble-
Minded Instltution in Columbus
last fall. It has become a tra-
dition for the seniors to do
We tried out some new hall
traffic--down the west steps only
and up the east steps only. It
worked wonders! Now there are
fewer accidents and there is bet-
ter order on the stalrways.
Although there is plenty more
to tell, I know the bell is going
to ring for assembly. This year
the chapel programs have really
been entertaining. We have vari-
ety ln types of everything from
Wlow-brow' to 'high-brow.'
Hope Uncle Sam lets you off
so that you can be here for Com-
mencement the Twenty-third.
All the best,
Utica High School
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