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Bailey bugle. online resource (None) 1940-1965, December 12, 1941, Image 4

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t Docember 12. 1941 BAILEY BUGLE PaSQ 2. Jrs. > - L , The heaclnd dont ,Hor; its regular ^..buslr-oss nee ting each '^'hursday. At recent meetings discussions have dealt with the Junior-Senior Banquet hcl-d in the spring. Each'' • xaa:.:bcr of the class , has been asked to contribute 50^. With this dona tion and noney nado fron play and sale of magazines, the Junior Class plans to give the seniors a banquet they will always ro- •membcr, —. Unusual Chapel PROGRAMsta^^GED month programs by the tv/elf th out in as the imper- During ti: clover ch4pe were sta eleventh grades, Laughter rang the auditori\am twelfth grade sonated different mem bers of the faculty as they are seen during class periods. Impersonating Ilrs, Glover was Josephine Lamm; Hr. Rogcrs,Leron Ray; Miss Lackey,: Liz zie I.Iae L-Ianning; Tr, Ilorgan, Sidney Jones; and LIrs. f’arnor, Maob- elle Bissctte, The eleventh grade led the high school to the g:/m for their pro- tho boys, elii^^ of gran, wnc] much to everyon play To k^p>' of the toa^kr-t^ girls led the students in yells and pep songs. St-'Mll. pirit MR. WALKER ADVISES Following break': of tlie United Japan r:r. gave to tho OUt- ivar bot\V0on States and H, \7alker the high school students five points to guirV them at the present, "First,” said I;;r;\7al- kor, "V/e can cone ' to school everyday, study harder than fore, and prc selves." "Sccond, lievo all you hear, spread wild that are no’^v "Third, bodies and nind^ clean and pure and strong. You will do this if you appreciate our way of life and liberty. We will soon all be labeled as workt;i>s or slackers. Which are you going to be? "Fourth, insist that your parents buy De fense S^^vings Bonds and Stamps. Further more,let's see If all pupils can V Way at least one ''Jby Cthe end of this vcrdlo. "Fifth, ■ifKV^apslr'"'i:Jr port ant of all te ed I'r. V/alWc^I^'^'Xot us attend CVmrch and Sunday SchM::^^jid pray that our country may be save peril life Aftq^-^iRsj the studemfs the President's messa.nio, ' Nine "S^iors Remain Iogether In the first grade, 1931, there wore ap proximately 50 pupils, 28 boys and 22 girls. Of this number only nine are found in the present senior class. These are Libby Phil lips, Llildrcd Board, Christine Pinch,Rachel Jones,Francos Bis^^tt, n.arks Underv;o I.Ioacomos, Joh and Kenneth Christine Tu^ started in th and will gradu^ it, was av;ay ley for several the students the twelfth two, Ilary E, nd I.Iaebelle started in -’’o Lami'.i, Eve, and Lizzie started race rme wi th Bai- Anong taking grade, Jones Bissctte, 1930. Rub_ lyn Stott, I.Iae Hanning together in 1929 and plan to graduate thlS spring. Other members, of the Senior class come from I.Ir, Pleasant or other schools. CORBETT'S SERVICE STATIO ESSO pfoduc fuel oil b ken distributor 1^ H o N E - 2 8 6

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