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x 'X Valentines Day! Lots of males lost their hearts in the mail.
,Z'J.f.f February 19.
-Lg' ' Huron beat Mitchell-best basketball game in a long time!
' February 22.
Washington Program. George and Martha were most realis-
' tically portrayed by Smittie and Lu.
Leap year. Sorry. boys, but we're nice modest girls and then n
there is a Depression. pl jx
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Junior Class Play, "Green Stockings." Dandy cast-good direct- , 15.5 X
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New report cards. We enjoyed seeing our good conduct and unify'
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Spring's here! Pittman's freckles are out. even at that you re a -'I ""--A
good-looking fellow. Georgie! Gertie thinks so, too.
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Spring vacation. Now for a rest and some new clothes. "- '
lOppositel Jike Stewart's dream of a new suit.
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A , O' 0 ' L you took. Or was it for the better?
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"Fowl Play," presented by the Seniors. The little Chick in
the opposite picture is "Mehitable"-it was taken in her youth. Q
"Mehitable"? Oh, that was one of "Miss Martin's alias Ei Fcy's
hens in the play. Remember? I
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4 that one with the phoney f-andy at C,-awleysn
Senior Breakfast 'I'hlS as we say good bye to Hlgh
V2 Days and all the friends we have made we look forward
'Z to happy days to come, so its Bon Voyage, everybody.
QQ 'Did YOU haflg any llVIHy baskets? Well. who did leave
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At last we're alumni.
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Phyllis' party - and at the Marvin Hughitt,
too. We w0n't forget that soon.
Press Convention at Brookings.
Halloween, but we aren't responsible, we
didn't originate it .
School begins. Reluctantly Marj. Hill starts
back to school, and eight editions of the Tiger.
First football game with Miler. We won that
Tiger Play, "The Goose Hangs High." That
was the first production of the Dramatic Club,
"Paint and Patches." Rated AAAA.
Tiger Day. We beat Brookings!! That meant
a lot to Coffey! tBrotherly love, you know.J
There was also the Tiger Banquet-don't for-
Thanksgiving Vacation! The picture was taken
on Thanksgiving day at Schierling's. Ask one
of them the menu.
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December 24. 1 C
Freddie Green on Christmas Eve-"Santa Is VN! "
Coming!! I knew he would." '.5y,e?' "I, xx .f 7
December 25. '7,4'5 Di . f .
Christmas! We heard about Cyril Jacobs' in- A' ' H '
digestion on the twenty-sixth. He should ' X7
know better at his age! ' '- ' g fi
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Resolutions! Jasper Mou1ton's-not to go to
another dance. Bob Wagner's-to stop study-
ing. Eleanor Foy's-no more wise cracks for
1932. We're glad you didn't keep them, gang!
Exams. That was an occasion but it takes
more than that to scare us out. However we
did renew our resolution for better grades.
Senior Dance in Gym. The measles and
mumps kept some of us home, otherwise it
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