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Page 92 text:
Dear Toots! C or Diary 1
November 6. Students matching pennies in bookkeep-
ing with one thought. Two out-of-town girl friends to
see Dick Lynn and Bill Dawson. Yeah! they start young
November 7. Freshmen and Sophomores becoming known
as 'Those Freshmen and Sophomoresni
November 8. Very interesting speech given by Mr.
Tertsogen from Cashmere, the NApletN city.
November l3. Seniors try out for Senior play--
back to rehearsals and nervousness.A
. 1 q
pNovember 16. Well! Well! If it isn't Friday,
with everyone feeling flighty. 'As happy thoughts of
the week-end go around the faculty is bust, the student
doggone dizzy, so a vacation is much needed all around.
November 18. Report cards--no X's--all incomplete
but did some of the others ffaro so well? Too, bad,
Witudesw, too bad. Ah, well, life is just one Nsubject
November 21. No! Noi A thousand times no! not-
hing to write.
November 27. Physical examinations to all students
by Leavenworth M.D.'s.
November 28. Students preparing for a day or so
of illness. Turkeys wearing exceptionally long, sad
faces. If you must have your pound of flesh, don't
eat it all at once. '
Dear Diary K Still with me, gals? J
December 5. Back again. And all in good health.
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August 27. Yell! Tell! Tith imitation smiles and
brisk steps the students of P.H.S. again, some for the
lest time, enter their respective classes and prepare
to gain another year of much required knowledge.
August 28. Yes, that small army on the other side
of the assembly are Freshwen. Still smiling on the sec-
ond day and chests never ceasing to expend!
August 30. Vacation once more. Shed e few tears
for the innocent apple trees that will be shcrn of their
Dear Diary. K Are you still with me, gals? J
October 21. There has been a slight intermission
of o few weeks. The reason--well, the writer just was-
October 22. Back again as are five other struggling
Seniors. The instructors finally have them in their
grasp. Very stormy weather.
October 25. Visit paid to Seniors by our good
friend, Hr. Simmer. The tonic discussed? Pictures.
Fctober 24. Freshnen and Sophonores having yelling
contest during glee club. Miss Beenrnnt trying to quiet
them. They are merely in their own way practicing sing-
ing for the annual high school party on Fctober 25.
October 25. Very successful high school party. Ex-
cellent enterteinmmnt in form of short skits before
gamesg also romencing by--well who do you suppose?
October 31. Ph! If only spit ball shooting wasn't
the latest and most popular game!
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December 6. Miss Beaumont issues a proclamation
stating that on every day, starting today, boxing mat-
ches would be held in the corners of the English room.
I believe she will act as referee.
December 7. Well another Friday and all is well
on the high school front. Vice president again acted
as ohainman of Senior Class meeting. What's the matter
with the president, is he bashful?
December ll. And still the holidays draw nearer
and nearer--ahhh ----- . The little Freshmen judging
from, their talk still believe in Santa Claus, I don't
think it's very nice of any one to tell them different.
December l2. Roy Van Kirk grows very sentimental
by calling a grade school home economics girl, HHcney.W
Any relation to WSweetie Pien? Also noticed that hi-
larity still reigns in certain study halls during the
absence of teacher.
December 15. WSenior Class rings arrive.N--but,
due to some financial mistake the members of class do
not get them,--in other words they arrived but didn't
arrive to the class--you figure it out. Confucious
says nIt's mutrny! That's what it is.N
December 14. Junior-Senior Prty. A large affair
Did you receive a package--and what was the postage?
No, it wasn't the post office. A very good time re-
ported. No fatalities.
December 17. Another romance for the future--Iohn-
nie and Meriel. NOh, you can have me, if you want men
--tum tee dum dum!
December El. Whoops, oops, toops and everything
else. Vacation! Merry Christmas children and I hope
Santa is very kind to you. May I add a Happy New Year
January.2. Back again. Woe is me and woe is
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