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I told Mr. Eminger that I would lihe to visit
the Domestic-Science department. The escalator
tcokmme to the sixth floor and there I viewed one
of the finest Home Economies departments that I had .
ever had the pleasure of visiting. There was no
wonder to it at ell when I found to m, good luck who
was in charge of it. Mies Parker, not e Mies then,
was supervising the trial of synthetic cooking.
However, I did not feel inclined to eat then, so
I visited the other teachers of the building.
Miss Durmen, deer old red headed mistress of
wee teaching UPrincihel ?arts
my high school days,
of verhele in Modern 5leng,H to her fullest capacity
How interesting that wee to me, whom she reprimanded
eo severely in high school for using Udarnn. '
Leaving the large high eehool with ite capable
managers, I heetened toward my plene which wee eweiting
me, for I wee expected in Sydney luetrnlie, the
next evening for tee. Glencing exywerd, I sew e squad-
ron,oinp1anee ,A,, and two huge zepeline ecettering in every
direetion. I wondered.et this for Q while and was
taken by surprise when some one tapped me on the erm.
Well, if it wesn't Hr. Chutei How glad I was to
See himl I inquired about the plenee and he told me
about them. I discovered thet exch teecher had his
owngglene and the busses of '29 were replaced by the
zepelins. I asked Mr. Chute if he piloted 2 plane.
nNo,n he seid. HSee that old ford over there.
Well, I've hed that since '25, I suppose it will lest
me for another twenty-five yearen.
With that he left, and Qwey I soared to my dest-
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A senior Visits 3. E. E. in l950,
as I agproacned tne tomerinb building of steel
situated on tne banks of the 'enatclee River, I mai-
velled hor tines sad changed. My pilot made ready for
landind, on tne landing field near by, nssistini
me out of the glans, ne informed me tnet ne would return
that afternoon, fne was going te Sen Francisco that
I nestily walked over tne green turf toverd
tie tell buildinb, vnicn had tne place of old T. H 3,
in l,d9. Was it tne sane? Vmuld I find Lrg mminger at
tne dead of tnis institution, yet? I Monderedo
I opened tne large front door andy walking
tlrJu5L tne mall, I started to ascend tae stairs,
but to ny surprise I did not save to Valk ane step,
for tae escalator took me ug to the fiftn fleer
vitnout one but of energy vasted on my parta
I stegped in tne office of tue principal of tge
sign scpool. A irayegaired old msn was sitting at
tLe desk filing papers, I introduced FQ3ElfD
E ..,. en.tne old men raised nis dead andlry second
surgrise was to behold Tr. Aninger of course de was
bled to see one of the old alumnae of the Ligl school
and I was glad to see iii. ne inquired gbout my
Welfare and I assured him tLat leading a single life
Led been a gleasure to me. I had done vell after
leavin, tae secret Walls of old ' ,, 3. but nad
lost account of my scnoolmates rno nad left Witl me,
Mrs Eminger tnen turned to the micropnone and
broadcasted nis announcements by radiofto tne
assenbly of students in the main nallu Me'told me
t.at nie office was so well equiged witn modern
inventions tnet ne sc-rcely nad to Walk in order to
iaie orders ful-filled and obeyed. nie electric
wniggind machine especially aided mi-tne'said. Of
course, we Walled iith a cane becadse tae muscles of
is less veie not in use enou5h ti enable gin tm
Walk 'ell vitnout nie canes - ' ' '
after my lengthy talk, I rose to bo, but in
bUStlEQ a gartically bray-naired nan nearing specte
acles over gis nose, Te my amanement it Wes grofess
.cCormick, ne was in a hurry so my talk Pitt Lin vas
not as lona as I nad nisned. ne said ne tnouoht JG
wld discovered perpetual motion and as he had been
Workin5 on tnat since I was in his pnysics class,
of course I couldn't delay dim.
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WHAT HIGH SCHOOL nmins TO M3 l
Our Word Hsohooln comes from a Greek word, the
meaning of which we have changed. Originally the
word meant leisure, spare time. It ie the spare
time that every one has, when walking, after supper
in the evening, on the way to the theetre, or a
I would not cell high efhool leieureg I would
cell it four yenre of herd wOTl0 GT39t veeeiifs
can he derived ii e yeruon goes fer the nelpiul
yhrt end not altogether for the good times that
there era te be haie ' '
ln my freshmen vwaf I admit 1 was Q little
nrqcn, bnt the? ie nntuinm ML guei 1:1 Q lIK5UH1H.
Thin venr'I Worked herd beceuee I had to. Nik?
funnel is so different frnm HF Cc enhccl hem new
ere ie Such Q ghp between iUFHn D ring this year
- think I lenrnel to pooperntg with etnere to do
T33 gpphgmqre yepr seemed the most trying and
the least intevesting, I think during this ywnr I
lenfned te :tnQV eng behave myself A little hetterc
eh Him Jnnffr yell me ,menu jLbTW'lQJ :,uEtx5.
lhere Qu the Jnxitregeniur parquet and i , Jah
of putting out an Lnnuyl. Lfhysies mlkes this
yee 1- very interest ing.j
The Senior year has been the heet of all so
fnr. This clues is at the head if ell the classes.
Tien there is the senizr gleyg the banquet, enenk
eny und grnnuutiung thst is the higgeft event at all
I nm glad then l hpve nccmmnliehed the goal of grud-
niting but Still it makes me s-Q to leave the gctd
ali zohttl hL4ne vhere I hui so many geud times with
High scheul ie life, I learned to mix with
petple and lehrned that I hed tc etmprtmiee with
,ther pecple, My mind is trhined tu think Lut pra-
ulwms far myself. Hy knowledge is incre sed can-
eiderltly nnu I have fcund hut tt etme extent what
I can CL unQ what I like the nest. Then I will EQ
tt chlleae and put tn the finishing tcuches far life
In high schttl I have enjtyed hthletice. They
hrs m help oath physicelly -nd mcnthlly. I necer-
tninci the ethics af sptrtmpnehip.
W A persen wht misses high echeel is mieeina the
nest time uf his life. He min nat mpke un fQTMii in
pny Lthenergv. Ytuth is the pcried tc gpin knuflw xii.
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