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Page 18 text:
THE CHIPMUNK for 1922
THERE is one essenlial which all schools require for perfect success—and that is
co-operation. In unity there is strength.
I here must be co-operation between the Faculty and the Student Body ;
by that we mean the willingness of the Faculty to promote the welfare of the Student
Body and the willingness of the students to support the faculty rules.
rhcrc must be co-operation between the students; by that we mean the willingness
of the students to obey the rules and regulations laid down by the Student Executive
Committee, and to assist each other and work together for the success of all functions.
These are essentials for the success of any school, be it large or small.
L. S.. 75.
Page 17 text:
THE CHIPMUNK lor 1922
Labor Day! How much is included in those two words, only the mem-
bers of Westwood High can tell.
On a certain Saturday, if you had been interested enough to look,
you would have seen the members of our High School walking briskly to their
shrine—the school house. But, dear friend, please do not labor under the
delusion that they were going to study because I fear you would be sadly
The boys. Freshmen. Sophomores, Juniors. Seniors and all. forgot their
manly dignity and began to "grovel in the dust." They dug rocks, hauled
sawdust, filled pits, planted stakes and did all the various other things necessary
to put a good track field in order.
The typing classes kept the keys of their machines jingling and snapping
briskly, getting the material for the Annual ready to go to press.
The crowning success of the day was the chile con came, cooked by
the girls who were eager to help but who could not type. And we’ll say
for them. “They sure can cook'' Oodles of chile con came: stacks of buns,
gallons of coffee and mountains of cake. And. oh! how we ate tunnels
through the mountains, devoured the stacks and all the rest. Never had we
worked and eaten so hard.
E. W., ’23.
Page 19 text:
Louis E. Dixon
Lillie Maud Birdsonc
Lee Noraii Roberts
Fletcher Walker. Jr.
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