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-N T L-RTAihM'Mij
w'. ■ ;o T>f: or Cantec n” ?
It’s tho host ^hinf: of ,t]-'0 your.
It's cdi.inr on I.'nrch tvfor.t;'/--
And fun—thoro'll bo plenty:
There'll bo pocplc frer-i the Ar;.ty, Ea'/y,
]u,;oplo ei'dit;;,', fift;,", and 'people in
T’ 0 Junior Ifi Class sponsors it,
0 ■ it's bound to be a.hit'.
■ ho cover cha'rp,o for the whole tine
only one t’dn little di:io.
h .'ricusly, thcu^hjcn the 20th of I>rch,
tlio Junior Hi School Class will present
an unusual entcrtainriont—"The Stape
Door Canteen." The r.'.cralo of cur amed
forces is the ther:e.
After the prc;jra:.:, there v.dll be plenty
of feed and drinks for sale'
Make your plans new to bo there'..
TRY-OITTS FOR SHHICP. ?UY TO EE T:ELD
All you Senior, Gollefy. students bci^in
oxorcisins y:vr d'.ar.uatie talents b..-cause
the try-cuts for the an;iual Seller
Collej'O play will be held in a week or
The play has not yet boon selected, but
all these boinr co.rsidarcd sound ;ire.:iis-
inj. The play vrill bo presented the
last Saturday nif,;ht of school, and the
proceeds will pay for the Seriicrs'
to the school.
A si’aH slip of white paper tacked on
the bulletin board of Gaither Hall
amounced the eloctlcn of ITalinda. Jbi.nii£^
as president of the ' Student Body fer
1943-44, A straw wete T/as te.kon last
Saturday and the three }ii[;hosf Candi
da to s--Hal inda, Azieloe Kepley, and
Lcrone I^ron—v/ere approved by the Cabi
net and voted on by t)ie Student Body.
Brcvniette, siia, and friendly, Halinda
iiails frqn Cope, South Carolina. She
adi'iits that she is greatly intercsled
in .-msie—she is najerinp, in that sub
ject; it is lier favorite past-tir-e, and
she hopefully plans to bo a concert
pianist sor.\e day. She '0'i]l take tine
cut fraa riusic, however, tc oat fried
chicken at any tine cf the day or night.
Halinda says in a dazed voice,"I guess
I'-.', about the luckiest gidin the world^'
C engr a tula t i ens, I la 1 inda '.'.
The president, of the Y.'P. C., Editor-
in-Chiof of publications, and preside:±
of tlie Athletic Association v/ill be
elected soon, if you want good officers
next year, it's up to you tc elect them
ncv7. These are the highest and most rcs'-
ponsible offices to be filled in school,
and a great deal of the success of the
school year vdll depend upon the girls
you put into office;
Don't be a jellyfish! Vote' for the one
who is best fitted for the office .'