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Can you remember coming late to school, and your trip
to the office for a "permit"? And Mr. Frary's American History
notebooks! Do you remember trying to cut that first cake you
baked in Home Ec, or your first attempt to run a straight seam?
And if your memory can go back still more, can you remember
the days in Iunior High, with Mr. Watson showing how to find
the circumference of a circle, as he is doing above?
Did you ever wonder what you Would do after graduation?
Well, here's one class that didn't worry. The class in Related
Subjects, taught by Mr. Harold Wilson, studied various jobs
from the inside. Each member Worked 20 hours each week in
a local business place for a Whole semester, While in class they
studied each trade and industry separately, studying also re-
lationships with the employer and application methods. Mem-
bers of the class are, front row: Harlan Huston, George Oellrich,
Anthony Iennings, Nila Barney, Beatrice Converse, Lloyd Doling,
Pete Cristo, Mr. Wilson: back row: Iim Pugh, Bob Dalager, Dick
Berry, Delaine Dickinson, Eben Martin, Iohn Beswick, Morris
Cornelius, Floyd McBride, George Curtis, Wayne Norris, Ray-
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As lt ls Lived in l-lot Springs l-ligh
During the first week of September the halls of Hot Springs
High Wake from a three month's sleep. Blackboards become
dusty, pieces of paper lie in the halls, the clock in the office takes
up its job of calling off the hours-school has begun.
Do you remember how you hesitated about taking Latin
the first year? Do you remember how you hunted up all your
friends to find out what period they were taking Algebra and
General Science, so you could be together? Do you remember
how you begged for that particular locker, not telling how you
wanted it because a particular somebody had the next one?
And do you remember those days in World History when lessons
read like today's newspapers?
How could you forget the first pep meeting, the bell con-
test, the first assembly program or the first six Weeks tests? How
could you remember those long Latin Words Woody wrote on
the board in Biology, and how could you forget those pickled
specimens of snakes and tadpoles and black Widow spiders?
Have you forgotten your first English theme-or do you remem-
ber the thrill of getting your first item in the Bison? And do you
remember saying "What's that smell?" when you went by the
chemistry lab? Do you remember scenes like the one below,
the clattering of typewriters, or the whine and buzz of saws and
Page 8 text:
But school wasn't always work,
was it? Remember the parties and
dances down in the gym? At the
left are the Korn-Kob-Kids, the new
orchestra that made its first ap-
pearance at the Pep Day dance.
With Albert Hamelstrom slap-
ping the bass viol, Harlan Huston
playing a hot trumpet, Paul Hatton
and Charles Conger pouring it out
of their saxaphones, Arthur Ian-
sen as the jungle drummer, Iohn
Christensen sliding up and down
the scale on his trombone, and
Olive Ann Nicholls at the piano,
the Korn-Kob-Kids kept everyone's
feet itching. Proof enough of that
in the second picture taken at the
Pep Day dance.
Lower left is the Irish quartet,
that stole the show at the Letter-
men's Dance. Walter Andre, Ioe
McKeever, Lloyd Doling, and Tom
Rooney are singing-we aren't
sure if it's My Wild Irish Rose or
Red River Valley-maybe your
memory is better than ours.
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