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Page 34 text:
Have you noticed?
1. How few hall romances there are this year?
2. How small the freshmen are?
3. That one of our star athletes wears perfume?
4. That the Ancient History class is a very popular class?
5. That our senior girls prefer out of town “dates”?
6. That David Cavadini believes in being heard and not seen?
7. That certain seniors have “lost” their class rings?
8. That the Malanchuk brothers have decided how the country should be
9. That “Dek” still prefers Barbara?
10. That Patty Hill likes a very prominent senior?
Plays of 1936-37
Outward Bound The Seniors
A wake and Sing — The Boys’ Glee Club
Merrily B e Roll Along — The Yalesville Bus
Sweet Bells .Jangle 12:45
Share with Me — Frances and Kathryn
Thunder on the Left — The Bass Section
On Your Toes — Ruth Johnson
Russet Mantle — Bed Talbot
Magnificent Obsession — The Art Class
The League of Youth — Student Council
The Master Builder — Mr. Taylor
The Show Is On Junior Play
Boy Meets Girl - Jean Cote and Harry Pattee
Wingless Victory — Joe Kristan
Models Preferred— Florence Barnes and Betty Young
Compulsory — Book Reports
New Faces Class of 1940
Muted Strings — Bobbie Johnson’s Bass Viol
Four Partners - The McLaughlins and the Lawsons
Run, Little Children says Miss Emerson
The Palmist - Doris McLean
Things to Come — Diplomas (we hope)
Heard But Not Seen — The Announcer at 12:30
And Stars Remain Louise DeFilippo and Henry Jasiewlcki
Play, Genius, Play Donald Martha
Accent on Youth - David Cavadini
Personal Appearance Bill Kelly
Kill That Story — The Editor
Page 33 text:
The little girl went to the corner store to purchase some powder for her big sister.
“Do you want the kind that goes off with a bang?” asked the clerk.
“No, the kind that goes on with a puff,” the girl replied.
Teacher: “Can you give me an example of wasted energy?”
Bright Student: “Yes, sir, telling a hair-raising story to a bald-headed man.”
“Be yourselves,” the teacher had directed, “and write what is in you.”
“In me,” the essay of one boy began, “there is my stomach, lungs, heart, liver, two apples, a piece of mince pie, three sticks of celery, a lot of chestnuts, and my dinner.”
“While I was in Europe, I saw a bed twenty feet long and ten feet wide. “Sounds like a lot of bunk to me.”
Beggar: “Have you enough money for a cup of coffee?”
Student: “Oh, I’ll manage somehow, thank you.”
Old English Money One of our brilliant seniors is reported to have said that Samuel Johnson received fifteen guinea pigs for work on his dictionary.
“My wife can hit nails like lightning.”
“Is that so?”
“Yep. You know that lightning rarely hits twice in the same place.”
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