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If Page 36 Js- THE O R IOLE March 13 — To school, and after enumerating my subjects 1 believe Latin is the hardest. Miss Mitchell, it seems, puts us to work, although 1 believe I have learned a little Latin. May 22 — To school, and received my report. It seems school is over and methought it high time. Sept. 7 — Seniors! To Mr. Farthing’s studio and had my picture taken, but was much disappointed with the result, it not being an excellent likeness. But I especially admired Daisy Douthat and Mildred Hall’s pictures. Oct. 17- It seems I am a Senior and must, therefore, try to assume dignity, but it is hard. Kathleen and Gladys Lindsay do it very well. Nov. 16 — Today noticed Wesley Johnson and Miss Woodyard in light conversation. Dec. 8 — To school and we are at work on The Oriole. Miss Finks is sponsor and Colleen Seagle editor. Two of our chief pastimes as seniors are having our pictures taken and bringing money for divers things. But I have been taught differently. Jan. 15 — To school and took exams. Methought myself lucky to pass any of them. It was discussed before about having physical education in this school and now we have it. Like it exceedingly. Irene Harman, perchance, is especi- ally graceful. Feb. 28 — To the Jefferson School and saw a play, “See You Later ” Methought it very good. It was all home talent and there were some very pleasing songs. Dec. 26 — P. S. — Miss Mitchell is now Mrs. Allison to the surprise of the school. Never thought they would marry. Feb. 9 — It was announced today that there would be a “Rat " Week. Feel sorry for the “Rats,” but do not intend to harm them. March 18 — Mrs. Allison was in an automobile accident and harmed her ankle. She will not be able to come to school for a long while it was stated.
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THE ORIOLE c$ Page 35 Sept. 7 — Entered school again as a Sophomore. The Freshmen seemed exceedingly juvenile. Nov. 12 — Walked to school. Noticed Lucille Umberger’s shorn locks — she quietly weeping on back seat. Feb. 8 — To the Parish House; saw the basketball girls win the State championship. I said to myself “Hooray!” Margaret Bopp distinguished herself. March 6 — To the second floor of Tilson’s store, where the Sopho- mores gave the Juniors a party. Had a good time, but my carriage arrived much too early. May 22 — Attended commencement exercises. Miss Wygal in laven- der presided at the piano. Sept. 6 — Juniors — Today was enrolled as a Junior and called an upper classman which pleased me much. Miss Finks had us in charge and took our names. Oct. 11 — To school, and received Literary Digest, which made me feel quite proud, never having read the jokes before. Several times I heard Colleen Seagle, Bascom Owen, and William Stull convulsed with mirth. Dec. 18 — To school in Mr. Brugh’s car and today he announced that his health was failing and he would have to leave school. Sarah Spence and gnes Groseclose were not the only ones using their handkerchiefs. It was indeed a sad time. I wonder who will take Mr. Brugh ' s place! Jan. 9 — To school, and it was announced that Mr. Eckman had been appointed principal which pleased us exceedingly. Jan. 16 — Walked to school today and struggled most gallantly with geometry. It is whispered that Herman O’Dell, Thomas Douthat and Bud Crockett are the so called shining stars in this subject. Feb. 8 — To the Parish House and a boys’ basketball game. The boys lost, but it seems they lose every time, so it does not cause surprise any more,
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THE ORIOLE Page 37 April 6 — To the Jefferson School where there was playing “O, Kay!” — an Oriole play. Mcthought it was very good. May 19 — Today The Oriole was out. It is indeed a remarkable book. I intend to keep mine always. May 23 — Today was graduated from High School with the usual ceremonies and amid tears. But afterwards heard many “Hoorahs!” expressed. We had grey caps and gowns. While we were much pleased to receive diplomas, our throats were suddenly stricken in a most amazing and exceedingly uncomfortable manner as the last good-byes were said. Caroline Knapp ’28.
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