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The most outstanding social event of
the school season was the St. Patr1ck's
lDay Dance sponsored by the Senior Class
of rssaskale High schou, March 515,19-10.
The gymnasium was converted into a
dance pavilion, and was artistically
decorated in keeping with the holiday,
The music was furnished by Charlie
'Bennett's orchestra from Columbus.
A large crowd was present and refresh-
ments were served. Perhaps this will bee
come an annual affair.
BAND BOOSTERS CLUB '
The Band Boosters Club, organized in
September, have made possible the pur-
chase of complete uniforms for the
I ataskala Band. Our community has given
splendid support to this organization.
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
On April lO,the Junior Class presented
for its class play, "Crashing Society".
The cast did a nice bit of acting, and
the play was well received.Frank Ruzicka
SENIOR CLASS PLA! I
The Senior Class Play will be held
riday evening, May 17. A comedy en-
titled 'Superstitious Sadie, " will be
'iven. The Senior play, given Justbe-
fore school closes. always attracts a
Services are to be held in the Presby-
erian Church, Sunday evening, May 19,
ev. Beal of the Methodist Church will
reach. Members of the 5th A 6th grades
111 furnish the music as usual.
The commencement exercises for the
aduating class of Pataskala High Scho
ill be held May 22, at 8 o'clock. The
speaker for the evening will be Dr.
Cookson of Troy, Ohio.
If the weather permits, the Commence-
ent program will take place on the
ighted Athletic Field. .
Music for the occasion will be furn-
ished by various music groups within the
Twenty-six members make up the class.
"The Spotlight" which provides the news-
of Pataskala High School,appears in each
issue of the Pataskala Standard.
The following staff served during 1939-
M Editor--Bob Atkinson
Grade News--Grace Moore
F. H. A.
Our F.H.A. fFuture Homemekers Associa-
ttionb has been very active this year.
There are 45 girls enrolled. The of-
ficers who were elected for the year are
Our programs were extremely interest-
ing. Some activities wereg Initiation'
Service, Fireside Service, Degrees, Hob-
bies, Mother and Daughter Party, and a
party held for the Senior girls.
Clever program booklets were designed
and made by Melissa Bailey.
OTHER EVENTS OF THE YEAR
On February ll, the Music Department,
under the direction of lr.01lbert,broad-
cast a 80-minute program over WH O.
Betty Shaw placed first and Mildred
'Wilson third, in the typing contest in
ablcking County. They will compete in
the State finals st O.S.U. May 4.
l Baseball predictions up-to-date--wet.
Pataskala was represented at the Cap-
ital University Music Contest by three
The annual Carnival held 1n6ctober'was
a big success and was well attended.
A cafeteria was organized in January.
J The football team won for P.H.S. the
county championship for 1939.
p On April 18, the Junior Classsponsored
round and square dance at the High
The Ohio Farm Bureau sponsored a safet
rogram at Pataskala,Friday,November 17.
Summit,Etna,and Kirkersville students at-
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Year's Aim: nOn to washingtonlu
UNO Bride for the Groomu
Presented April 18, 19
Coached by Mr. King
Entertained by the Juniors
Banquet at the Alcove
Show at the Vernon
Mt. Vernon, May 7
Methodist Church, May 19
Rev. Ivan J. Howland
School Auditorium, May 23
Speaker, Mack Sauer a
Editor of the Leesburg Citizen
Lavender and Green Lilac
what we are to beg
We are becoming.
This year, as in previous
years, the American Legion spon-
sored a contest in Licking County
on the subject, WThe Bill of
Rights, My Protect1on.U
Two prizes were won by Homer
students, the first prize of the
Utica Post, which included the
best essay of the Utica and Homer
schools, and the first prize of
Homer School, by Philip Weiser
and Dorothy Wright, respectively.
We take this opportunity to
compliment all the contestants
for their splendid papers on a
The Blue Devils of Homer High
finished a fair basketball season
with six victories and eight de-
feats. The season was considered
successful because eight of the
first ten men are underclassmen.
This means Homer will put a bal-
anced, speedy, veteran team on
the floor next year.
out for the Blue Devils
The baseball season is well
under way and although only one
game has been played to date, be-
cause of bad weather, the Blue
Devils should be a tough team to
Mr. Robert King is again D1-
rector of Athletics at Homer.
The annual athletic banquet
and dance of Homer High School
was held in the gym March 15, and
was the largest and finest ever
given by our school.
The speaker was Mr. Black,
County Superintendent. Mr. King
awarded letters for three major
After several cheers led by
our cheerleaders, the gym was
cleared for the dancing, both
round and square.
Our banquet this year was a
great success, attended by a ca-
pacity crowd. We hope to keep
the interest of the community in
our school affairs and make this
athletic banquet and dance an
HIGH SCHOOL ORGANIZATION
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Football Game with Etna
Assembly Rev Fiers from
Central Church of Christ
Football Homer here
Football Alexandria here
Football Etna here
Football Homer here
Band Concert Powell as Guests
24 Thanksgiving Vacation
Junior Play One Mad Night
Basketball Game with Pataskale
Christmas Party Program
Basketball Hanover here
End of Semester
Basketball Utica here
Ten years ago this Septem
ber Miss Helen Tunison made her
first appearance at Jacksontown
'school She taught the seventh
land eighth grades for six years
Since 1956 she has taught social
sciences in the high school I
August of 1958 she became prin
,cipal of the high school And in
June of 1959 she became Mrs Ehr
fich,which position she will con
'tinue to hold after this year
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Pure Oil Banquet
24 Basketball Tournament
Basketball Homer here
Jacksontown Basketball Champs
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Senior Scholarship at
Scholarshlp Test at Utica
Scout Speaker Mr Wood
All County Musical Festival
Senior Play A Lady to See You
Junior Senior Banquet
Assembly for Awards
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Com encement Ldw A Wright
Picnic,Registration for 1940
During her years in Jack
sontown schools Mrs Fhrich has
always been a source of inspira
tion and help for all with whom
she came in contact Che has beer
a constant guide for many of the
senior class through all tkeir
school years In memory of tkese
happy days we,the seniors o' 1940
dedicate our portion of this an Cz:
nual to Mrs Helen Ehrich We wish:::
for her many happy years iii
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Rnnslsa Thumpswn, S aris ina
Yrymuas, Elsie ?axk, Baahsi
Siresnan, Reima Qvaatkmuaa,
Ssggy Summias. V
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Walters, Jamxur Fglk, Jenn
Xervisan, Everette Fmlxz,
First rsw:.Xmry Parker, Cask
Xmekinswn, Virginia Strattsm,
Mary Adamsmn, Berry Narr1smn,.
Audra? Narphy, Hartha Glarx.
Secaad raw: Nr. Higgins, Tom
EacPheraoB, Bat Hrumm, Carl
Gmldsmith, Bernard Mack, Sch
?hird rms: John Grist, Seb
Summings, Eiga? Lotheej
Francis Ryan, Siex Sriffitk.
First row: Slavs Lsnghenry,
Helen Hendren, Evelyn Beck,
Resella Grist, Lana Lucas,
Thxims Fisher, Lauratta
Sscwnd YQNE Suniar Turnsr,
Harold Supa, Rmth'ReSman,
Lenara Sumwisga, Xary
Srwsthaaxe, Anna Thsmpson,
'?klvQ raw: Bch Haifa, Bah
Essex, Sexu Gullison, Seb
XQPGSSYS, Silk Richards,
Eigk Sir, Er. Elliens.
6 School opened
15 Football season opened
with the Croton game
11 Physical examination of
first grade pupils
20 High School Wiener Roast
sponsored by Juniors
25 Band Booster Dance
10 Senior Dance
22 Band Booster Dance
15 Honor Society members
initiated at Alexandria
17 Christmas Program
10, 24 Alumni Dances
17 Assembly, Talk on Narcot-
15, 16 Community Institute
17, 24 County Tournament
19 Assembly, Health Talk
21 Assembly, Impersonation
of Lincoln, Mr. G.B. Greer
29 District Tournament
1, 2 District Tournament
10 Assembly, Talk by Mr.
15 Band Booster Dance
22 Junior Skating Party
5 Thornville Band Ensemble
4 Etna Junior Play here
5 Senior Play
11 Freshman Skating Party
18 Senior Skating Party
19 Band Concert
23 Junior Skating Party
26 County Spring Festival
held at Hebron
30 Freshman-Senior Party
3 Junior Play
10 Junior-Senior Banquet
The Senior Class, after se-
lecting Miss Hutzell as their
class advisor, elected the fol-
lowing officers: Pres., Donald
Heimerlg Vice Pres., Charles
Amspaughg Sec., Harriet Denning,
Treas., Betty Ingram.
We selected our class mot-
to, NPush, Pull, or Get out of
the Wayng our class flower, the
yellow tullpg and our class col-
ors, green and gold. We decided
to wear black caps and gowns for
Miss Hutzell directed the
class play, uThe Antics of An-
drewn, given April 5. The cast
included Harriet Denning, Paul
Hanna, B111 Queen, Dorothy Pow-
ers, James Ingram, Don He1merL
Willis Barcus, Lily Elliott,
Betty Ingram, Ralph Meeks, Betty
Mason, Dick Von Ins, Richard
Gotschall, and Margaret Keller.
Miss Mary K. Tatham was
chosen by the class as their ad-
visor. Officers of the class
are as follows: Pres., Freder-
ick Penickg Vice Pres., Marjorie
Jones, Treas., Margaret Wil-
llamsg Sec., Eloise Seymour.
We edited the school paper,
Hi Times, with Richard Swan as
The Juniors presented their
class play NThe Wild Oats Boy',
May 3. The play was directed by
Miss Tatham. The cast included
Betty Smith, Kathryn Fluharty,
Eloise Seymour, Richard Swan,
Julia Clark, Marjorie Jones,
Eugene Harden, Woodrow Burdette,
Eileen Simmons, James Slocumb,
Robert Ford, Fred Penick, and
The Junior-Senior Banquet
was held May 10 with Fred Penick
as toastmaster. A theater party
SOPHOMORE CLASS K H
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SENIOR CLASS '
On October 25, the Seniors and
Mr. Felton journeyed to Columbus
to have their pictures taken. We
also visited various places of 1n-
terest in Columbus. '
The annual Senior play was pre
sented on April l9.It was entitled
WSmall Town Romeou with a cast of
five women and five men. At the
present it seems certain that the
Senior Class will take some sort
of a trip at the end of the year
but as yet we cant decide between
Washington and Niagara Falls. The
trip will be financed by the mon-
ey taken in from the Senior Play.
On May 12, Baccalaureate services
were held at the school house,
with Rev. Arthur Milne delivering
the Sermon, Rev. Donald Tippett
of the Bexley Methodist Church
was the speaker at the Commence-
ment Exercises on May 13.
May 21 was set aside as Class
Day, The Seniors presented an
interesting program which had to
do with both the past and present
v JUNIOR CLASS '
We began this school year with
a membership of six students, In
the election of class officers
Hilma Wells was chosen President,
Betty Weekley,V1ce President, and
Joseph Stevenson, Secretary and
Treasurer.On the 14th of February
the Junior Class presented the
play WA Little Clodhopperu. The
play was a comedy and proved to
be a success.March 6,the American
History class of Juniors attended
the picture uDrums Along the Mo-
hawkuat the Granville Opera House
We were hosts to the Seniors at
the annual Junior-Senior Banquet
held at Hull Place May 5. We all
attended a movie afterward,
r class,although the sma -est
class in high school in number, 1s
not small in its list of achieve-
ments. Early 1n the year we pre-
sented a one-act play entitlednwho
Gets the Car Ton1ght?' at a high
school assembly.All the members of
our class took part in the Christ-
mas operetta, and the Minstrel gtk
en in January. All the boys in our
class were out for basket ball,and
the only boy who received county
honorable mention from Union was a
5ophomore,Th1s same boy was a let-
ter man and played the entire sea-
son without losing a m1nute's play
One girl from the class sang in
the County Chorus and the only boy
at Union who played in the County
Band was from our class. Every
member of the class was a member
of the Student Council and three
of our members were on the Unison-
ian staff. One of our boys did a
very nice bit df acting when he
portrayed 'Ocey Gumpnin the Junior
The Freshman Class had the hon-
or of opening the social activities
for the school year when we enter-
tained the high school and faculty
with a party and treasure hunt,
Later we assisted the Sophomores
ln presenting an assembly program.
We did our part in presenting the
Christmas operetta and the Minstni
Four members of our class were on
the basket ball team, one of them
winning a letter.We had three boys
out for soft ball. Three of our
lembers worked on the Unisonian
Staff, and four are members of the
Student Council, One girl went to
County Chorusg she is also one of
the cheerleaders. Our class was
increased by two new members dunng
the year and is now the largest
class in high school.
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Friday, April 12,
the Home Economics Class
spent the day ln Colum-
:Qg bus, on a field trip.
j' " Our first stop was Kro-
IE, gers Bakery, where we
1 l'f learned the processes
I I used in baking in large
"' quantities. Moore's and
Ross ice cream factory was another
interesting stop, where we watched
the milk as it was bottled and
made into ice cream. Cther places
of interest were: the penltent-
lary, the United Woolen Mills, and
Lazarus. We were very tired upon
returning home, but considered the
day a profitable and enjoyable one
The Klrkersvllle and
Etna Chapters of F.F.A.
have as an important
project-the care of an
apple orchard located
four miles southwest of
Last fall we CF.F.A.
boysl picked about 800
bushels of several kinds of apples
Pruning and spraying these trees
,fills much of our time. With the
spraying apparatus installed on a
Model T Ford truck which Mr. Barb,
our instructor, has, we hope to
spray them as soon as favorable
In addition to Verna Swartz,
senior member, Janice Switzer, se-
nior, and Herbert Snider, junior,
were elected to the County Honor
Society .... Janice Switzer and Her-
bert Snider were elected to mem-
bership in the Student Council.
To a capacity audience, Friday
April 5, the Senior Class present
a three-act comedy 'A Ready-Mads
Fam1ly.'The able direction of Miss
Neiderhaussr, the coach, and the
whole-hearted enthusiasm of the
cast, were determining factors in
making the play a success.... The
Junior Class selected a mystery
play nwanderlng Spooks.' Under the
capable supervision of Miss Bean
each character gave a commendable
performance Friday, May 5.
Under the directions
Jn. of Mrs.Charlotte White,
f our high school present-
ed Nov. 22 the 'Lazy
ff Moon Minstrelu. A south-
ern negro fam1ly,former
servants of the white
folks on the plantation,
sang southern melodies
and performed clever
tap dancing numbers, which were en
joyed by all.
ed the school year of
fl939-40 with hope and
'x g ',hfenthus1asm. We enjoyed
az- our softball season win-
' ' ning one and tying one
'L U lllvdby out of four starts. '
-f' The graduation of
the seniors weakened our
basketball squad consid-
erably, but we played our schedule
taking three out of twelve starts.
Although we did not leave an envi-
able record we enjoyed meeting our
many friends from neighboring
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The juniors and seniors at-
tended high-school day at Ohio
The school held its annual
Carnival in October.
The sophomores entertained
the freshmen with a hard-times'
The sophomores presented
their initial offering, nThe
Hoodoon in October.
The juniors had the audience
Wholding its sidesn with their
presentation of nOne Delirious
The high school had a
Chris tmas party .
The grades pleased us with a
Christmas operetta. Santa
Claus came to us all, then.
529 The mothers of
the squad cooked
the home economics
girls were waitresses.
The senior boys said a
few words, and Rev. Fiers
of the Central Church of -
Christ, Newark, gave an inter-
esting talk, after which the
floor was cleared, and square
dancing was enjoyed.
the food while 7
On April 19, the juniors
gave their annual banquet in
honor of the seniors in the
school auditorium, decorated
in the senior class colors,
green and gold.After the ban-
quet the guests spent the even-
The Toboso faculty made a
great success displaying their
talents in the hilarious come-
dy N uperstltious Sadien.
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tg The upper six ik
gr:d:2 presented nThe Gypsy
RoverNApril 25. This operetta
took place in a gypsy camp
and the home of an English
The senior class gave
an outstanding performance of
the comedy uIn Cherry Timen
in the school auditori . May
Senior Class Assembly ,
May Day N '
. OTHER ACTIVITIES
Our school competed in the
Ohio Speech League One-Act
play contest for the first
time this year. We. offered
NSauce for the Goslingsn.
The home economics class
made a trip to Columbus to
visit Lazarus store.
Senior Scholarship ---- Hilda
Worstell placed eighth.
Sidle made second place in
The high school students
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Twelve years ago, thirty-five
First, Graders entered the new
school building and now sixteen of
those plus nineteen more are grad-
uating as the first class to take
all of their course at Johnny Hi.
A This year many activities were
but a fitting tribute to this
class of Forty.
The vocal and instrumental
music departments and the dramatic
class colaborated to present a
half-hour program over W. O. S. U.
and a forty-five minute assembly
The speech department entered
the Ohio State Speech League and
participated in debate and the
One-Act Play Contest, presenting
UThe Fourth Generationn. The
Juniors and Seniors each presented
a play in addition to the annual
The Journalism Class and the
members of the Quill and Scroll
handled the school publicity,
edited the school page, and pu-
blished the H1940 Beaconn.
The Band, Alto Soloist, The
Brass Sextette, and the Senior
High' Girls' Sextette are all
eligible for the State Music Con-
test as a result of Superior ra-
tings received in the District
Johnstown won second place a'
the Scholarship Day at Utica wit?
six places and three Co mercial
Team positions. All of the Johnny
High Seniors placed well in the
Senior Scholarship 'Exam with a
first and a tie for fourth going
The Home Economics Classes
served various school banquets and
aided in the decorating for the
school parties. The F. F. A. won
honors in Judging and carried on
many activities, such as operating
a Usugar campn. A
The football team won three and
lost five and the basketball team,
although not winning a game during
the season, won their ninth and
tenth consecutive County Tourna-
ment games,mak1ng five years with-
out a tournament loss.
The various school clubs such
as Hi-Y,French Club, and Girl Re-
serves had a successful social
season and engaged in many worth-
In all, the 1939-1940 school
vear was a year of activity, ambi-
tion, and achievement.
Vocal instrumental and dramatic Television assembly by Rightmlre
JOHN Xl I -' H CA LENDAK
School doors agln reopen for 1939-
19180 school year.
Band entertained Hartford Isir vis-
llection of class officers.
Additional members to cheerleader
Football season opened with defeat
handed to Groveport
Girl Reserves reorganised, football
squad defeated by Groton there, and
Seniors held high school party
Basketball season opened with game
lvery Pupil tests talren
Annual I' I' A banquet held
Game held at Alexandria there
El Y and Girl Reserves meetings
and game here with Granville
Junlor's Christmas Prom, 'Holly
Christmas vacation began
High School sr-xtette received
superior ratln at district music
contest st Ohio Weslevan
Rochester Civic Orchestra concert
attended at Columbus
Masked Junlor's Plny 'That Crazy
Smith Fsmilv' presented
Drametlcs one-ect play 'Fourth Gen
eration' entered in State Speech Con
test at Delaware
Trl-City band concert held at West
erville District hand and choral
contest at Capital entered
'Arts of Magic assembly by Stanley
30 State Senior Scholarship tests taken
Band played at Hebron Street Fair
and defeat was suffered at hands of
Football game at Ohio State.
P. T. A. meeting.
'Bone Amis' organised and officers
Homecoming coordinated with gems with
'Masked Juniors' laid plans for forth-
coming year Game held at Gehane
Sophomores held high school party
JAN UA RY
schooj, again opened after Christ
Game with Groton held here First
semester finals taken
Game with Summit and Hebron held
Utica and Johnstown presented
assembly at Alexandria and game
organizations presented B Program
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Joint 'Il Y and Girl Reserves party
Trl-City band concert held here
Nine representatives of Johnstown
nlaced st Elimination tests taken
Annual Junior nlny "Lady Spitfire'
County scholarship council, Licrln
ana and commercial oictures token
Alumni dance held in auditorium
Trl-City band concert held at
vlorthineton Johnstown entered State
Girl Reserve Mother Daughter banquet
Johnstown narrowly defeated by Pat:
ssksla and county band contest held
at Pstaskala on occasion of their
newly electrified field.
Game held with Sunbury.
'Malcolm-Rosholt' assembly presented
Annual football banquet held.
Freshmen held high school party
Annual Thesplan play 'Here Bolle Th
P EI3RUA RY
Basketball game held at Utica.
Newly organized debate team not
Annual Fax-mer's Institute held
Gomes held at Summit and Petaskala
Debate contests held at Ashley
Debate contests held at Galena
Johnstown Business Men's Banquet
Johnstown was host to Marysville
District State scholarship tests
'Poor Dear Edgar presented bv
Annual achievement assembly held
Tunior Senior bnnquet held with
Chuck Selby and Orchestra
Baccalaureate services held in
Ponmencement exercises with Dr
John L Clifton as guest oesl er
Annual alumni banquet held
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On the evening of March 15
1940 the Junior Class sponsored
the presentation of HA Pair of
Country Kids.U Receipts from the
play are used to help finance the
Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom.
The Senior Cast for the Sen-
ior Play has been selected, and
all are looking forward to its
At the time of writing, the
Dramatics Club is looking forward
to the State Contest in Cleveland
on April 27.
Victorious is the word that
describes Utica's Redskins thi!
year. The warriors were surpassea
by the Papooses who broke last
year's record by winning eight out
of eleven games,
At the time of writing, the
1940 baseball squad has been se-
lected, and we're looking forward
to a great season!
County recognition for bas-
ketball ability was given to Ray
Spicer and Waldo Math as.
Participants in the district
music contests this year received
their share of honors. In the
High School Solo and Ensemble Con-
test held at Delaware, the Boys
Quartet was rated NExcellentH, the
Girls Trio, wGoodH, and Evelvr
Noficier, violinist, nGoodH, Mari-
etta Adams received the rating of-
HGood Plus.n The Girls Chorus
which received the rating of HEX-
cellentn in the High School Choral
Contest at Capital University, and
the Boys Quartet entered the State
Contest, no information has been
gavailable as to results mf the
ipwof 5:g'r.5ups.' In 't1heE1enien'har'y and
?EuniQr High School Gwntest at Del-
fbhe Grade Sensei. Emir re-A
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The tau organisationa have stimula
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End Agrieultural Departments.
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Esehoml news weekly through the noun
itesy or the local paper. The Stat'
is reorganized every semester so
the different pcsitions may be di-
iveraified among the students.
I The plans for the high animal
?yearbook, WThe Bui16erN,are in the
ihanda or the publishers, and all
fare waiting to see it:
i The Utica students who partic-
ipated in the elimination tests an5
placed in the emunty scholarship
Steam were: Dorothy Koontz, first
gin Bookkeepingg John Mantonya,
gssemnd in French llg Junior Venat-
gba, tied for first place in Ameri-
can hlstory, Earl Baker and Robert
gHamilfon,fir5t and Secand in Biolov
2 Sf the senimrs who took the
Eseniar aehmlarship tests on March
530, 5ohn.Mantomya placed third:
'5uniar Vanatta, sixthgaud Charles
Join Nsntonya and Stewart BQ-
vard have been the senimr, junia
or representatives respectively to
the County Student Legislative Body
Stewart was elected to the County
High Schoml Hauer Society as serge-
Senior Breakfast. . . .May 16
Baccalaureate. . . . .May 19
Senior Picnic . . ,May Q3
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Class Day . . . ......, may 17
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5th 6th - Community
21st U. S. Zoological
18th F. F. A. Initiation Society Program
25th All-school Carnival 22nd Easter Assembly
5th Joint Church Services 2nd Assembly at Hebron
22nd Vth H Sth grade Sth Junior Play, 'Here
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22nd Thanksgiving Vacation 9th Committee Dgmgnstra-
tion at P. T. A.
11th Football Banquet Mgy
20th G. A. A. Christmas
Part? lst American Legion
22nd Christmas Vacation Entgptainmgnt
2nd Go Ao Ao Mother'
JANUARY Daughter Banquet
10th Senior Play, 'Meet
2nd Christmas Vacatgog The Folks:
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17th Junior-Senior Banquet
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