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Page fifty-six October 18-20: Report cards. Monticello scored on us but we won. The new recreation center had a preliminary opening. The Christmas cards for the Seniors to sell are in. Something special this year—pictures from Brown County. October 25-29: The prophets such as Mr. Evans were wrong. We did beat Jeff twice in the same season. We also beat Crawfordsville, and all in the same week. November 1-5: All one hears over the P. A. system is “Back the Attack” and “Buy War Bonds” and “That is All”.
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September 27-October 1: Girls’ Club Picnic and can that Wieslogel hula? No pep session for the Jeff game but we won anyway. Whoopee! Volunteeers are needed to scrub floors at the new recreation center. The Peru football field has been renamed the “Dust Bowl” by the grimy but valiant Red Devils who won there Friday. October 11-15: Senior class election of officers: President, Jack Kenzler; Vice-President, Helen Wileman; Secretary, Donna Caldwell; Treasurer, LaDonna Bozworth. Where does Mr. McCarty get the gas to drive girls to the football eames? We beat Frank- fort 41-0. Page fifty-five
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November 8-12: Washington of South Bend may have beaten us but it took the state champs to doit. Mackey is now calling all boys for basketball. November 15-19: Swell football banquet. Mr. Floyd no longer says “That is all” over the P, A. system. Thanks to Judge Parkinson! Mackey is now saying, “Aw please, fellows, come out for basketball.” November 22-26: Mackey finally got enough boys out but no place to practice. We don’t talk about the games thus far. Grade cards again. Worse that last time. Page fifty-seven
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