Radford High School - Oak Leaf Yearbook (Radford, VA)

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No longer did they have lessons to worry over but subjects with the most fascinating names. just the thought of entering high school sent quivers of joy down my back. It was a funny sight we presented, carrying our entire school paraphernalia, a lunch box and an umbrella in our arms while we wore our coats, hats and galoshes. Wie thought how nice it would be to have our own lockers and then when we got them, imagine our chagrin when we found we could not even keep on speaking terms with our locker keys. VVe had imagined that Algebra was a kind of glorified Arithmetic. .Iiefore l had gone very far. l decided that instead of it being glorified it was just Arithmetic gone wrong. The very idea of let.ters equaling numbers! liut Science was dif- ferent. lt came up to expectations. The unceas- ine' wonders it unfolds of commonplace things rs 's makes it .Ln ever increasing subject of interest. In spite of ups and downs, we still believe that our I-Ii school is more than just a building of brick and cement and the most important of these are our hopes and ambitions and Wle, the freshmen are proud to be a student of the dear old R. I-I. S. Emzlxisnrn DAVIS. R n sl Two Song Birds jim and I were in a singing mood, and as the study hall was rather boresome, we decided to go down in the Auditorium and sing a little. "XVhat would we say if 'Pop' caught us ?" I asked. . "That's right, what could we tell him? Oh yes. VVe could tell him we went in there to let the little sparrow out, which had been trapped, when someone closed the window that he came in through," he said quickly. "All right that suits me. but you have to tell him, if we get caught." VVe left the room and were on our way to the fountain, that was, if any of the teachers appeared on the scene, and if not we- were on our way to the Auditorium. None of them were in the halls so we went in the Auditorium. 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