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SCHOGL CALENDAR QCon.j
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get. NN e wonder-can Christma? be neagg W W a Y re gomg O
glkues.-Connie elected Wildcat captain,
Tledj-Wlldcats beat Kittens. Atlanta beats boys.
deemer Nuns.-Seniors make their public appearance in the "XfVorld's Re-
Mon.-Back to the old grind. But we're not sorry.
Tues.-Basketball season has really begun.
XB ed.-Lions beat Huntsville. 38-10.
'lh.urs.-Seniors posing-oh! so willingly!
Fri.-R ew Honor Society members give an assembly.
Mon.-VVe've started on the second lap of this nine months handicap.
'l ues.-The .teams are called up before assembly.
Fri.-We win double header with Higbee. Fifteen for the teams!
Mon.-Some one enters the building. Wonder what they're looking for?
Tues.-Our debaters walk away from M.M.A. Too bad Qfor the
Wed.-Paul is elected yell leader.
Thurs.-Dr. Harmon, talks to us.
Fri.-Lions beat Kirksville' 26-11.
Mon.-Shorty entertains class with a gum chewing marathon.
'l'ues.-We hear the results of the crowd actions at the game Friday
Thurs.-We get ready to go to Fayette.
Fri.-Lions win and Wildcats lose by same score.
Fri.-Sophs entertain juniors.
Mon.-Our debaters are advanced to state semi-finals by defeating
Tues.-Clever dish day program by Juniors.
W d.-AVV bu ta s. , l I
Theiirs.-Deraingitic Filub presents "i3achelor's Reverief' Fine. Keep it up.
Fri.-VVe win a double header with Montgomery. Wildcats' last game.
We bid farewell to them with many tears. A
1 .-JN t "Kee ron the VValk" signs. .
dgses.-lDiirpdlebLa1fers deleat Kirksville. Quartet makes it debut.
yyed,-No dates-getting ready for the big game.
Fri.-We lose a heart-breaking game to Columbla.
', . ., Cf ' tures taken forthe Salutar.
lElLiJi..RTf5WsT1tOg1tg Ilggm representatives are elected.
Wed,-We see so many "boyish bobs. u h Th f-
Tlq Miss Sue King gives an interesting talk on t e omas je
ferson Memorial. A
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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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SCHOOL CALENDAR QCon.Q
Fri.-The Lions defeat Mexico. The Wildcats are met by the strong
"Wild Geese" team, but they come out victorious.
Mon.-Our debaters meet their Hrst defeat at the hands of Fayette.
Anyway-we're mighty proud of them. .
Tues.-Class editors for Salutar appointed. A
W'ed.-Ye'Calendar Editor meditateth. Will something please happen f
Thurs.-We get ready to go to the tournament.
Fri.-VVe beat Hannibal and lose to Novinger. Too bad.
Mon.-Who will be May queen? V
Tues.-Baseball is the topic now. f
W'ed.-New Honor Society members are initiated. -
Thurs.-Violette Camp Fire girls give an impressive assembly.
Fri.-Doc Noland is elected May Queen.
-We hear of the Activity banquet.
-We also hear of the girls' minstrel.
-Gur all-stars take the tournament at Hannibal.
We receive our invitations to the banquet.
-The banquet is over. Thanks, Juniors.
Certainly' sounds interesting about the Minstrel and "Adam
Fri.-The Minstrel goes over with a bang to a capacity house. Yes, Suh !
, Mon.-We sell tickets. i
Tues.-Prospects certainly look bright.
Thurs.-"Adam and Eva" goes over. The Salutar is assured!
Fri.-We try for the Senior play. Our track team are Northeast Mis-
Mon.-The cast is chosen. Katy and Ralph have leads.
Tues,-We are practicing for May Day and the play.
Wed.-An important letter received today stating-"All copy must be
in by tomorrow or else-no Salutarf' So-with all the necessary and cus-
tomary tears, etc., we bid you farewell. Really, We are sorry to say-"GOOd-
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