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Page 7 text:
A Record of friends, teach-
ers, studies, clubs, plays, sports,
publications-a pictorial resume
of all the people and the activities
that have contributed to your
many happy times during the
past year--this is what we have
tried to recall for you in our diary
of the school year, September,
I944, to june, l945. Remember?
SEPT. 61-"And then the whining school boy .
. . . creeping like a snail
Unwillingly to school."
What fun to meet the old gang after a summer of war work, farming,
domestic toil, or loafing! We found three new teachers in our midst, among
them Mr. Pincombe, who had returned after an absence of two years. lVliss
Steele welcomed a large group of freshmen into the study hall, and we all
settled ourselves in different seats and prepared to begin our labors.
SEPT. 9iAlready the hall guards have found out that even in spite of Mrs.
Eppley the junior high folks haven't learned that they should walk on every step.
SEPT. l7-Prexy Smythe presented his candidate for president, Jake the
Gremlin, at our first chapel.
SEPT. l9--The Mixed Chorus started weekly rehearsals at the unearthly
hour of 8:10 A. M.
SEPT. 27-Was l nervous to be interviewed by the state inspector today!
After inspecting the teaching, equipment, and special departments, Mr. Lou-
thian of the State Department of Education, submitted a favorable report.
SEPTEMBER 9 4
lil yluml' na' oivtfltbyt!
.L XA I!
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Mattie Rae Driver
QDeceasecl December 21, 19443
Teacher of Commercial Subjects
Amherst High School, I9l9-I93I
and September-December, 1944
"Sunset ancl evening star
And one clear call for mel
And may there be no moaning
of the bar,
When l put out to sea."
fDeceased January 5, 19453
Amherst Public School, 1924-1944
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SEPT. 27--Spent a busy day as a library assistant cataloguing the library
under the direction of Mrs. Shreiner's cute daughter Mary.
OCT. 24--Pre-flight boys contributed to the war effort by collecting 59
bags of milkweed floss.
OCT. 26-The band in collaboration with the Girl Scouts. presented a
pageant of the United Nations at the Clearview-Amherst football game.
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