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Page 13 text:
anyone know who lives at 234lQ South
Pierre St1'eet 7
Oct. 6-10-The seniors finally got
their long-awaited class rings but they
were really worth waiting for. The
only trouble was that most of them
didn't keep them long. The journalism
class proved to be everybody's buddy
when they came out with their first
issue of the Scrawls. Wow! The
Gorillas tied the powerful Wagner
Oct. 13-17-Our football boys played
another scrimmage game at Dallas. We
got our first report cards, Mercy! We
lost to Platte by a 13-14 score. Did all
you girls get a good look at Iverson the
Oct. 20-24HA Sadie Hawkins dance
was given by the Sophomores. Does
everyone love to dance! Guess we
showed Colome some football, cuzz we
beat them 39-6. Congrats to Leitha
on winning her radio "Speaking for
Oct. 27-31-One class tried to outdo
the other selling tickets for their candi-
dates for carnival king and queen. We
lost to Springview 13-12. Everyone
had a lot of fun since it was Halloween.
Just ask the Senior girls what happened
to all the little houses on the way back
from Springview, and Coach Pniak.
how did the dummy get upon your
front porch that night?? The F. F. A.
sponsored a hay-ride. lt's funny how
much appeal a few scattered hits of hay
can have. lt was a crazy affair except
for somebody's feet always jabbing you
L. Kayl and V. Sejvar
Class Officers-First row left to right: Ardith
Hutchinson, Mary Ann Pochop, Joe Pusl. Second row:
LaVona Graf. Arla Knittel, Joyce Kuccra. Third row:
Harlow Miner, Joe Studenberg, Frank Kuccra. Fourth
row: Marie Vosika, Marilyn McKenzie, Myrna Sinclair
and Verlyn Springer.
in the back or that itchy-scratchy straw getting up your
sleeves. Ah, Nature!
Nov. 3-7-The Juniors gave two one-act plays at
Dixon and Gregory to raise money for their carnival
candidates. The Burke football game was postponed on
account of heavy snow. High school students get to go
to the show free at the theater.
Nov. 10-14-Pep rally and bonfire to give the boys a
boost for the Armistice game with Winner.
G. H. Sfrs are happy,
G. H. Sfrs are glad,
We beat Winnerg 30 TO NOTHING
And that isn't so bad.
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Leitha Brown, Mary Ann Pochop, Margaret Whitley, Dorothy Pochop and Carol Jares lead a snappy
Sept. 1-5-Vacation is over and it's
back at the old grind, gang. The records
show that 160 registered for another
school year. Everyone celebrated
Labor Day at Winner. Also, Coach
Pniak became a father.
Sept. 8-12-Football boys take their
physicals. Oh, girls, those fellows
really have the physiques. It seems
like this is apple swiping time for some
students. Morgan knew all the or-
chards, but heck she moved away.
Sept. 15-19-Home Ec. Club gets
underway. First football game of the
season is played at Ainsworth. The
score was 20-6 in their favor, but we
find that we are still in love with those
red suits. We still can't figure out if
Pat H. was for Gregory or Ainsworth
Sept. 22-26-Freshman Initiation-
at least that is what we think it is.
Can't tell with all these funny lookin'
characters running around. Our first
school dance and did Ike really shine
for being just a green little Frosh. Say,
did we ever skunk Spencer and on their
own field, to boot. Q20-01
Sept. 29- Oct. 3-Regular old gang
sessions but what we really mean is
class meetings were held for the pur-
pose of selecting the big shots--whoops,
we mean, class officers and the student
council. Football boys went to Dallas
for a scrimmage. The band made its
first public appearance by playing up
town before the Pierre game. The
final score was 26-0 in their favor.
This time it was the girls that got the
phone numbers and addresses. Does
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Local elimination declamation contest was held. We
tied Burke O-0 in the last football game of the season.
Boy, are we proud to be the Rosebud Champs. Whewl
CARNIVAL night is finally over. Excuse me while I
go back to bed. Congrats to King Dunn and Queen
Nov. 17-21--T. D. WEEK. Books were dusted off and
some of them were opened as te-st days neared.
Nov. 24-28-Thanksgiving vacation! Life is daily
becoming more dangerous. It was a good time for a
B. Drey, L. Tagtow, M. Sinclair
and J. Hutchison
rest and did We need it. Soesbe must have spent a
profitable time-she came back with a diamond.
Dec. 1-5-District Declam contest was held. We came
through with Superiors' in dramatics and humorous and
district championship. Good for Shirley, Mary Ann,
Marcy and Marie. First basketball game this season
and brother does it get in our blood. It's the best time
of the year. Especially for the girls that is. We played
Ainsworth down there and lost 34-25. BEAT COLOME
M Steffen, T. Wempe, D. Mc-
Collam, unidentified and
Dec. 8-12-First annual staff meeting is held. Biggest
gripe of the year-Bonesteel beats us by a measley one
point. WE BEAT DALLAS IN AN OVER TIME. These
games are "TUFF" on Margaret.
Dec. 15-19-Fairfax beat us 30-25. Lost to Ainsworth
again. Invitational Tournament is held in Colome.
Everyone was fascinated by the Liquid Air visitor.
Dec. 19-Jan. 5-Time out for Christmas Vacation.
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