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Page 26 text:
BLUE AND WHITE ANNUAL
To liarl Bryan:
Enough magic to convince Mr. Hunt.
To Don Probes:
To Eddie Dombrowski:
A little self--confidence.
To Betty Deane:
To Mary Lennon:
A chance to speak in assembly.
To Helen Jones:
A jar of Stacomb.
To Slim Eliot: A
The advice that he keep away from smoking or he'll never grow up.
To Margery Iibersole:
An excuse that will satisfy Miss llrooklield.
To Betty Vallely:
A six foot Lothario.
To Leonard Olsen:
A couple more football teams.
NVe hereby request that, following our demise, the school hours shall be
considerably lengthened to accommodate the lesser mental capacity of those we
Wle also request that the teachers try to refrain from that obnoxious phrase:
"Where were you yesterday afternoon F"
In memory of our illustrious class, we desire that benches be placed in the
halls to accommodate restless students.
In passing, we wish to recommend that the faculty abolish odious quizzes,
tiresome classes, tardy bells, and the miscellaneous other small nuisances that
are a source of such annoyance to the student body. .
Page 25 text:
BLUE AND WHITE ANNUAL
XN'e, the Senior Class of 1926, being of terrible mind and healthy appetite,
do make and declare this our last will and testament.
To the Class of 'z7:
The excellent opportunity to follow in our footsteps and to accomplish all
that we have accomplished.
To the Class of '28:
The sage advice that they start work upon their Year Book NOVV.
To the Class of ,291
A milk diet so that they will grow Big and wax Intellectual.
To the Class of '3o:
lDon't worry about your troubles now-wait until you are seniors.
To the Class of '31:
The advice that they restrain from bringing their dolls to school. It makes
the Freshmen home sick.
To Mr. Edson:
Our sincere sympathy, now that we are gone.
To Mr. McEwan:
The hope that he will some day break an Olympic record.
To Mr. McNaught:
A course in embroidering, so that he may utilize his spare moments.
To Miss Grube:
The opportunity to recupcrate after her work upon this book.
To Miss Callahan: -
A class in public speaking that knows less about speeches than she does.
To Mr. Lavigne:
Our congratulations for existing through a year with the senior boys.
To Mrs. Austin:
A new standard dictionary from which to pick appropriate adjectives for
describing the students in her study hall.
To Miss O'Connor:
A thousand students at every one of the girls' games.
To Mr. Hall:
A gym suit for every boy in his classes.
To Mr. Peterson
A class that really likes chemistry.
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Page 27 text:
BLUE AND WHITE ANNUAL
Pages From a Senioris Diary
TUESDAY, SEPT. 7, 1922
Imagine! I'n1 going to High School! Started today at Ii. F. A. It surely
is great. I have a locker key and a fountain pen already.
MONDAY, NOV. 21, 1922
Had our lirst freshman meeting today. We elected Paul Knapp president,
and are going to have a party soon.
P1c1D.4y, FEB. 16, .1923
The great event came off tonight. It snowed hard, but that didn'it spoil our
fun. VVe trimmed the gy1n in green, and had ice cream and cake for refresh-
ments. Wle had an awfully good time, but didn't see many seniors there.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1923
A sophomore! VVent back to school today. There were a lot of little freshies
there. Gee, but they looked green. I had to laugh at them.
THURSD.-1 Y, OCT. 13, 1923
VVe organized our class today. Norman Creighton is presidentg Marjorie
Kimball, vice-president, Robert I-lartlett, treasurer, and Mary Granger, secre-
tary. The new Southside High is coming along line. Maybe we'll move into
it this January.
IVEDNESDAY, J AN . 28, 1924
Started at Southside High today! It certainly is a great place. Gee, it
'seems good not to have to get up so early. I'm going to miss a lot of the kids
from the other side, though.
TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1924
Hurrah! School was out today. I got all my regents. just think! I'll be a
junior this fall.
' TUESD.-1 I", SEPT. 6, 1924
l-'Sack to school once more. Dicln"t do VC1'y much, just got our new home
rooms and came home. It's great to be a junior. It was terribly warm today.
THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1924
juniors had a meeting today. Wle elected our officers: Bernard Hardiman.
presidentg Katherine O'Connor, vice-president, Martha Yallely, secretary, and
Lawrence Hobler, treasurerj Mrs. Austin is adviser.
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