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January 4. Loggers win first B.B. game of year
from Manson. Excellent and fast played game. And .did
Mac's horn blow!!
January 7. Now Ford salesman drove past school.
Huong those also trying it out was Mr. Paul Well ------
well---well---until tomorrow Tatch The Fords GQ By.
January 14. Students returning to school with red
noses, frozen fingers and chilblains.
January 19. The youngsters C meaning Freshmen J
have a Wdreat-bid-coastin-party.N Chaperones wire 'on
hand to see that they didn't receive injuries.
January 21. Snow--ice--rain--hail--broken there
mometers--and slightly frosted noses. Hell, it's all
in a lifetime.
January 23. Two big debates held in assembly by
Sophomore English men. Four humorists make their debut.
January 25. Sunnyslope wins by good luck from
Peshastin. Yessir boys, you scratch my back and I'll
scratch your back!
January 26. Senior play, The Willow Tree, given
and approved. The misses Beaumont, Ham er and Reeves
given a big hand for their singing.
February 7. Sunshiny day, warm weather outside.
Br-r-r-r final exams Friday.
February 9. The nschoolmannsn, Miss Beaumont,
Miss Reeves and Miss Hammer, vocalize over radio.
February 10. The beginning of a long grind if
semester exams. The teachers seem very happy. Now I
February ll. Our blonde instructoress, Miss Beau-
mont, absent from school due to illness Mr. uwhmlnn
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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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supervises activities for a day.
February 12. Miss McClew hurries to class.
February 15. Everything going smoothly although
we do hear that some of the fair sex are running temper-
atures. Well! Now girls, it must be the climate.
February 2l., Vacation. Salutattons to George
' February 27. Just another jolly old student body
March l. Tournament week. Wenatchee once more
cops the cup.
March 5. Oo-la-la- M'sieur ze operetta ees on
eets way--Hot dogs and Saspirella.
March 6. Maxine in a blue and pensive mood gazes
out of the window. Ohum it must be spring. Kirby drops
back to sleep.
March 7. Congratulate the student body. At least
they don't bite each other during a student body meeting
as did the state legislature members. we hear that the
state legislatures farewell is--uso long--I'll be biting
March 15. P.H.S. Glee clubs Won the airn--in the
air--and Out of the air.
March 23. And It Rained presented to the interest-
ed public. A good time had by all.
March 25. The colossal basket ball banquet given.
Oh, my! the speeches. A great success.
April Fool and all other forms of extremely ro-
mantic and beloved greetings.
Dorn: n-ir1'h+1r..:: vain
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