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Page 127 text:
, l e off for the nine months handicap. Hope our teachers
will like us as much in nine months as they say they do today.
lues.-The second day with anxious looks, we survey our open books.
Cd.-The temperature goes up and our spirits go down.
lhurs.-In full hour classes, the time slowly passes.
ilYxIOIl.-EO1'1'1'C more heat.
ues.- eniors wake un and rath i o- '
Officers, Ralph, Bruce, Fonda ind JO' er ser ously elect our last group ot
Vyed.-Juniors follow example and elect Charles, Jack, Art and Irish.
'lhurs-Sophomores chose little Harold Gutekunst president. Ken-
neth, Maurice and Dorothy complete the list. y
Fri.-Last but not least the Freshies. Art O'Keefe heads the list.
Mon.-Wfhen the bell rings you're tardy if not in home room. Ten min-
utes in the morning and three at noon.
Thurs.-We see so many polite girls. But there's a catch to it--they're
Camp Fire pledges.
E Fri.-We elect our pep officers. Art, the chief pepper, Connie, song
leader, Audrey Dawn, pianist, Harry, Paul and Shorty, yell leaders.
Mon.-VVe play the Alumni. The game had been going on thirty min-
utes before anyone noticed that the bell was lost in the mud. O-O.
Tues.-It rains. n
Thurs.-Aha! The sun! .
Fri.-Walk away from Bevier.
Mon.--VVe hear talk of a Mirror. n
Tues.-Slickers, red, green, yellow and all, answer to the old ra1n's call.
Wed.-Mirror drive on-dollars gone. " . K I D
Thurs.--Seniors go over the top. Beat the juniors in their own race.
Fri.-We beat Kemper, 8-O. 1
Mon.--Sophs go over in the Mirror campaign. That's all right, jun-
iors, we didn't mean to razz. .
Tues.-Still the eternal nothing. p
-, ' . Cheer! - -
YTi?,gQKir1k1s3iiegx?1aCllZSraway with the big end of the score.
M ...A Calendar is a funny thing, and awfully hard to keep. You
11 C to doenuend on what others do to write it up. each week.
av Tueg.--Girls' basketball? TIES big qpestfconbolumbia
' , v- ' U u om o .
Clh.urS"-livery one taiilkmbldgibiyodid ngurder? All the broken noses.
Fri.-Who was it S31 C0
Kewpies beat us 28-0.
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Q.gWmi5i'l LOTSAM and jetsam is, ac-
Qt cording to Webster, that part
of the cargo which lightens the
So--to the Flotsam and Jetsam of
Moberly High School, the irrepressiu
bles who lighten the burdens of high
school life, we dedicate this section.
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Mon.-Ye Editor seems rather the Worse for her trip to Columbia.
Tues.-All of us wonder about our grades.
Wed.-Itis all over now. 7 We have received the shock. 1 ,
Thurs.-Harold Gutekunst and Doris Martin make straight E s.
Cheerio! ' ,
Fri.--It snows. No game with Queen City.
Mon.-Extra Mirror tells us about Salutar. . .
Tues.-Melting pot begins to boil. Dollars make it boil lots more.
Three hundred dollars isn't such a bad start. . '
' Wed.-Topsy and Eva seem tobe all the commotion novv.
Thurs.-We journey to the Capitol City. Another UFO tle.
, Mon.-The latest fad seemshfor Senior girls to marry. First, Helena
White and now Jo Davies. p' I
Tues.-No school Thursday or Friday. We get a well earned t?j rest.
Of all the meetings in all the year, We like the teachers' convention best.
W'ed.-We get to school at eight o'clock. My aren't we patriotic. But
we get out all afternoon. V
Thurs.--No school. We tie with Mexico, O-O.
Mon.-Senior pins and rings are here. Wonder how long seniors will
Tu-es.-Educational Week. So many patriotic speeches. '
Thurs.-Fourteen "bright and shining lights" sell tickets for the game.
Fri.-The pep of years was displayed at our assembly today.
Mon.-Marceline jolts Moberly 3-O. Too bad.
Tues.-Mirror staif is chosen. We're expecting quite a bit.
Wed.-Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. Au revoir.
Mon.+Another O-O tie. This time there'l1 be no some more. Shelbina
was our last'game. ' '
T R i VDECEMBER
Tues.-VVhat's this We hear about Beau Brummel? Three dates for
the same affair! ,
Wed.-Thurs.-Nothing now but the party. We'll let you know more
when we find out what it's all about.
Mon.-How We love the snow. We all walk to the party. Cars re-
fuse to go. But anyway-we had a plenty good t1me.
Wed.-Wildcats are getting in trim. Come on, students-show you're
back of 'eml i
Thurs.-We hear much harmony from the direction of the auditorium
Seniors are Working on the "World's Redeemerf' i
Fri.4Our debaters defeat Centralia. Keep up the good work, bgys.
Mon.-Jack is to lead the football team next year and Rip is the new
basketball captain. Three rousing cheers! y
Tues.-Town team defeats our Lions.
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