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p (Oxlracts from a (Senior s C l mrij Sept. 7 — Dear Diary: We started to school this morning. How natural it seemed to be back in old P. H. S. Mrs. Evelyn Finks Hall is our new teacher. Our old Freshman room is to be the new Senior room. Doesn’t that have a bit of pathos — to begin and end our high school career in the same room? There were forty-five seniors enrolled. Sept. 14 — Dear Diary: We had our first staff meeting today. Imagine our feelings of importance. We are are all getting to be very dignified Seniors. Many clubs are being fo rmed, too. Why, everything already seems like we have been going to school nine months. Sept. 27 — Dear Diary: Today old P. H. S. played her first game of football with Rad- ford at the Radford stadium. The game was hard. Nearly the whole Senior Class, and others, too, were there. When Pete kicked a goal we almost stood on our tin ears. Oct. 1 — Dear Diary: The best day so far has come. We are beginning “Rat” week. Sometimes I feel so sorry for the “Rats” — until I remember the time they made me wear my hair in fourteen pigtails all week. Oct. 5 — Dear Diary: ’Twas a crowning day! We had a perfectly splendid parade. Really, I think even the business people enjoyed it. And then the game with Christiansburg! We got beat, but Hurrah! for our boys. P. S. I suspect some of the girls were rooting for Christiansburg. Oct. 19 — Dear Diary: Stunt night went over big. We made all of one hundred and twenty bucks. As you know, the Senior Class gave a mock faculty. I’ll never forget Emily as Miss Rosenblatt and Miller as Mr. Eckman. Nov. 1 — Dear Diary: Today I joined the bands of sufferers and had my picture taken. Can get the proofs Monday. Most of us have gone through the ordeal already. 62
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Oct. 26 — Dear Diary: I’m worn out and it’s all sorts of outlandish hours, but I must scribble a few lines about the Junior-Senior party. We played the cutest games. I won the right to draw for the prize on one of them, but somebody beat me to it. The refreshments were grand — the afterwards too will long be remembered. Nov. 8 — Dear Diary: Not a thing unusual happened today. Harold took his monthly meal with the Kiwanians, and “Shorty” got called down as usual. I was given another demerit. I reckon I’d better reform. Dec. 7 — Dear Diary: Just a line and the customary expression, “I’m in the last heaven of delight.” We got our rings today. Some how I think mine is just a little better looking than the rest. Saw some of the crowd at the show tonight. They are staying out of school to keep from catching the “flu.” Dec. 21 — Dear Diary: We got out of school today. Joy unbounded. ’Nough said. Jan. 3 — Dear Diary: I hurried back to town to find school closed. “Praise be to Allah!” Jan. 9 — Dear Diary: Back at school. Was glad to see everybody! It is rumored that Betsy Muire is going to New York to compete in a “gabfest” contest. We are backing her to win. Jan. 21 — Dear Diary: First examination day. It’s now half after three and Dad’s calling time. Sure hope 1 pass. Jan. 25 — Dear Diary: We played Radford in basketball. Guess what? Earle won the world ' s championship for pitching the most goals in a single game. Feb. 9 — Dear Diary: The class arranged with Mr. Dalton for the use of the Theatre for the “Poor Nut” performance on March 7. Fifteen Rahs! P. H. S. is now sure of a real show. 63
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