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EDITOR-III-CIHEF Evelyn Saxon
Business l.ianager Ruth Fleming
Literary Editor Virginia Ray
pr oducti on !fenager
• • a
. Lucille Lane
E f T ay10 r-T annor
Any ’’old" girl will vouch . for the fact
that you v;ill enjoy your life at Hon-
treat a great deal raoro if you partici
pate in extra-curricular activities. It
is natural to lack interest in somothing
in v.fhich you have no part.'
An organizt>tion that affords a oonhina-
tion of intriguing work and maximum fun
is the SUN DIAL Staff which publishes
the annual and the monthly paper.
There arc many vacancies in the Staff ■
at this time. The positions open are
Publicity Manager, Exchange Unagor,
ieaturo Editor, Pictorial Editor,Sports
Editor (high school and college), iVrt ■
Editor, and Humor Editor (High'sehool
end college.) A representative from,
each class will be chosen by thememUrs
of her class.
Do vou like to cut stencils, v/ritiv, typo,
proof-read, draw or mimeograph? If so,
join the try-outs that will bo hold soon.
Let us . know about your ta.lonts : don’t
■ make us hunt for you.
* * * *
S II .0 E S
Shoes are interesting things, They re
flect the character and personality of
the wearer. These articles C8.n make a
person grouchy or cheerful,and if tight
ones are vrorn for anjj Igngth of time,
may cause a change in one’s facial ap
pearance through a series of frowns,
grimaces, and other such painful con
One is always able to distingx^ish the
high schO'.H or collegia.te person hy his
inevitable saddle oxfords. ihat stu
dent would not gladly lay dovm his Iasi
rauion point for one of these precious
articles. The Studious and industrious
type, a very rare specimen in this day
and time, has his foot apparel shined
; until it glows like a lantern in the
dark. This characteristic is also true
of him ,.ho v;ishes to impress—especial
ly n future employer . or. .father-in-law.
A jolly and lovely person ct-.n be easily
recognized by the fact that his shoes
always curl do lightful I;-' upward at the
toes. This is true because of his con
stantly rocking bc.ckvards and fon-iards,
laughing at jokes.
The sloppy—most young people fall into
this catcgory--vrear their shoes vn.th an
"I don’t care" attitude. Their laces
never match, in fact, to '.ear red and
green laces is to be in style. Their
shoes never shov; the marks of m.anual.
labor. Usually after several months of
constant wear and tear, it is Colmost
impossible to ascertain the original
Of course, the heavy trodder is always
distinguished by the run-dov-'n condition
of his heels. TMs c.lso indicates in-
, correct posture and slovenliness, ■‘•hose
who hciVe a slight tendency tovm'.rds in
dolence have this charcicteristic, too,
hcci.uso they arc too laay to pick up
their feet v/hen they v/alk.
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