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DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN? Problems 4-1 did exercises to keep warm? Frank Andrews turned Dutchman to save the fish? Carole got “something” dropped on her head at the State House? The Seniors went to Boston? The cheerleaders had a catastrophe at the Hudson game? Chuck and Dorn started the bow-tie fad? Nancy, Gerry, Alice, and Hilda ate marshmallows in English 4-1? Clarke and Devine tried to find a short cut to the A-bomb in Chem? Mrs. Brown gave us a test in Problems? Alice, Hilda, Joyce, Joan, Tisha, and Gerry sang a solo in Chorus? Alice ate the apple in Problems? Bob Lewis baked a cake? Mr. Hayes surprised the Prom Committee in Boom 4? Gerry got her face washed with a fudgicle? Joyce fell off the chair in English? Joan brought a can of soup for lunch? Judy brought her “uke” to school? Miss Torpey told Elaine she could ask only one question a day? Mr. Donovan forgot to come to Literature? Mr. Taylor got a very appropriate present for Christmas? The Senior English class recited nursery rhymes? Mr. Taylor got a pair of green suspenders for Christmas? Terry wasn’t talking? Boom 8 was quiet? Carole’s sack dress was turned into a sack? Hilda wore her stole? Juniors and Seniors clashed about the Prom’s whereabouts? All the Senior Business Class flunked their test? A bat visited English 4-2? Mrs. Bateman had to pull Jimmy Farrell’s arm out of the desk in Boom 4? The ceiling fell in Boom 17? The steam valve broke during Literature? Miss Chapman said she smelled rubber burning when Gerry burnt her arm? Miss Chapman told Dom he was her boyfriend? Chuck practised his magic by making the paper rise in Problems? The boys played SLIAZAM with the Bunsen Burners? Miss Sheridan chased Dom out of Jr. Social Science? Anne Walker “caught” appendicitis from Sandy? The boys invented a new name for Sandy? Jack Boyle couldn’t account for a half hour he had spent on the previous Friday Civics learned to make fertilizer? Gordon Berry thought he was a member of the Space Patrol in Problems? Kenny obliged when requests were made on the way home from Boston? The skunk visited school? Dave Wallwork sat next to Mrs. Brown in Boom 14? Mrs. Brown told Jake he used to be an itch? We had Mrs. Fingleton for a substitute? Sandy spilled the ink? Jake told about the ring around the bathtub in Chemistry? Mrs. Brown and Dave Wallwork had a hair-pulling session? Buthmann would race any car on the road? Anne Walker told about “Little ’erbert”? Buthmann told us about the “bunny fever” in History? Alice burned her hair in Physics? The bales of hay broke at the Turkey Town Hop? Freddy Clarke had to eat baby food? Tisha got her name “Peaches”? Chuck Harbolt caught the measles and the play had to be cancelled? Chuck and Frank sang the Star Spangled Banner in Boom 8? At 12:15 the Problems class stood up to salute the flag? Mr. Defuzzio thought he had broken the pencil sharpener? WHILE WE RE YOUNG 1. Anne Walker; 2. Doris Bisson; 3. Carole Smith; 4. Priscilla Graham; 5. Jean Ingram; 6. Judy Cyr; 7. Nancy Lawlor; 8. Ann Nelson; 9. Marlene Lovejoy; 10. Claire Arsenault; 11. Priscilla Gidley; 12. Jane Lewis; 13. Sandra Vose; 14. Claire Markey; 15. Frank Andrews; 16. Fred Clarke; 17. Joanne Greene; 18. Joyce Haigh, Joanne Greene; 19. Elsie Seymour; 20. Bobert Lewis; 21. No name; 22. Jack Boyle; 23. Glenda Girard; 24. Shirley Scheipers; 25. Jimmy Farrell; 26. Chuck Harbolt; 27. Ivy Awley; 28. Ger¬ trude Kluf ' ts; 29. Hilda Shea; 30. Bonnie Armano; 31. Ruth Bam ford; 32. Lillian Bara; 33. Gerry Drum- mey; 34. Gerra Giribaldi; 35. Tiny Gibson; 36. Marilyn Burris; 37. Lorraine Gibson; 38. Patricia Driscoll.
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