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The Literary department in ourgliigh School is divided in-
to six divisions--each class and each clul: constituting one
division. The president of each class appoints two girls and
two keys to act with him and the adviser to prepare a program.
h May Pendleton, the Literary Manager, was appointed to sue
perviser the programs and to prepare a schedule for them. A
'summary of some of the programs follow. The others never mater
- GIRLS' LEAGUE PROGRAM
3 lx' ,The first program given this year be-
--" f' f fore the assembly was presented on Ar-
mistice Tay by the Girls' League. This
X 'W Dram was divided into two arts' the
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QQLL- gy- H' first in harmony with the day, the sec-
Q' .f""'hond, simply entertainment.
It began with two selections, "America,
The Beautiful", and the "High School Hymn", both sung by the
members of the' Girls' Olee Club.
A talk WSignificance of Armistice Day' by Ida Ferrel,
which was well received. Ida worked very diligently gathering
materials for this fine paper.
' A girl's sextette composed of Lula Wagoner, Zelma Bitter-
man, Ruth Coppock, Marie Iuncan, Jane Caughey, Jessie Foster,
and Dorothy Sauer, made its'first appearance singing WNeopoli-
tian Nights'. Following this Jeanne Newell gave a reading
'The Patriot'. Fortune Telling ly a Hindu Cbabe Bersing, clev-
erly "made-up" and fittingly costumedj proved to be very in-
teresting. It proved especially instructive for the boysg
some of them never before realized that their future presented
so vividly their nsuppressed desiresn. In all the program
proved 'lots of fun" for everybody. By Virginia Paul
'IT-B3 CHRISTMAS PRCGRAM
When the Seniors of '33 give a program fl
it is a program! The Student Body and Wacom Ls- it Thankyou
guests were honored Iecember twenty-third,p.H-g ,f?5jgjfSfg.e.rs
with a Christmas program presented by the X "' Q nf'
Seniors. In doing this, they followed the K HQ., B,""'m"'?
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