Palmer High School - Terror Trail Yearbook (Colorado Springs, CO)

 - Class of 1938

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April April April April May May May May May May May May May May lune Iune Iune Iune lune lune 4-8 Spring Vacation With the birds and the bees 20-22 Senior Play Death's day off 27 Band and Orchestra Concert lust listen to them 29 Senior Party More fun 2-6 Music Week Music filled the air 3 G. A. A. Dinner Athletes' food ll Masque and Sandal Dinner Actors give performance with knife and fork ancing 16 Terror Tribe Initiation They've earned it 20 Class Day Annual Came Out "Thanks for the memories" 21 Orchestra Dinner Choruses of food 23 Beta Lambda Picnic Bug lovers dine out 27 Iunior-Senior Prom Soft lights, sweet music, d 30 Band Dinner Musicians dine, too 31 Honor Society Dinner Food for thought l Terror Tribe Dinner Delicious, delectable 3 School Luncheon Senior Convocation Hamburgers and farewells 6 Final exams I never had a chance 8 Vocal Department Picnic Everybody eat 9 Commencement The end of the beginning 10 End of School Wasn't it swell!!

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fG'd pay l "Kids will be kids," and do we know it! Everything from baby bottles to bicycles was displayed at the seniors' Kid Day. On April 1, 1938, at exactly 8:10, C. S. H. S. was turned topsy-turvy-the seniors had discarded their dignity and donned in its place the clothes and silly pranks of childhood. At 8:29 underclass- men with wistful faces took up their daily classes, while the privileged seniors played on. So that the studious Sophs and Iuniors could get down to their bugs, rectangles, and pro- nouns, the noisy mob was taken to Monument Park where they swung, teetered, slid down the slides, and whirled on the merry-go-round. They could have played indefinitely but they heard a call to lunch, Their mothers served lunches in the High School Gym. Then the cute little tikes showed off their ability at a program, reciting nursery rhymes and singing kindergarten songs, while their mothers looked on with fond pride. l But everyone must grow up sometime: so at sunset the tots trudged home, weary but contented, to reassume that air of senior sophistication. l However, old man weather played an April Fool trick on the poor seniors. When the day dawned, clouds hung low over the city and there were two inches of snow on the ground. So, the First paragraph of this copy should be cut and the following one inserted. l At 8:10 the seniors timidly set their dainty feet on the snow and scampered to school, hoping that the rest would be brave, too. Once at school, they huddled in groups, trying to keep their bare legs warm. When the bell rang for classes, the underclassmen gladly went in out of the cold to study. Not being able to stand the cold any longer, the kids rushed to the gym. It was there that they spent the w h o l e day, playing ring-around-the-rosie, drop-the-handkerchief, j a c k s , and jumping rope. In spite of the disagreeableness of the weather, the seniors thoroughly enjoyed them- selves and believed theirs to be the best Kid Day yet. 118 I

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