High School (20 Dec 1906)
Contact: Arlene Peil
----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner, Greenwood, Wis., 20 Dec 1906
High School Notes
Editors Ralph Thompson, ‘07 - Helen Klinke, ‘08 - Velma Hartson, ‘09 - Don Hunt, ‘10
We hope no one will forget the "Height Social" which is to be given by the Literary society next Thursday evening. Don't forget to make yourself as tall as possible to help a good cause along.
The F.R.E.S.H.M.E.N. met with Miss Ruth Larson Tuesday of last week. Four of the boys were present but the rest must have been having class meeting outside. They probably were intending to go but got "cold feet" when they reached the house. Next time you had better go in, boys, as there will be election of officers. At one of the meetings two of the boys had class meeting in the pine trees. They'll get over that. The freshmen have one sophomore now and he makes two or three boys but they need more.
The Literary society will give the following program next Thursday evening - tonight:
Song - 158,
Recitation - Beatrice Ketchpaw,
Pantomine - Iva Moore and Frances Potter,
Music quartette - Eben Ketchpaw, Arthur Haglund, Mr. Austin and Ralph Thompson.
Recitation - Alida Swenson,
Cantata - Altah Booth, Alida Swenson and Miss Fisher,
Violin Duet - Alex Legualt and Elsie Pfunder,
Dialogue - Eben Ketchpaw, Alex Legualt, Dora Masters and Harry Palms,
Music - quartette,
Recitation - Hilda Kippenhan,
Song - 324
The last program given was well attended and well rendered. Mr. Austin addressed the visitors for a few minutes. This was one of the charming features.
Some of the Freshmen seem to have a charming influence on most of the members of the Sophomores. Some say it is brown hair and dark eyes and some light hair and blue eyes.
Merril Randall of Mauston visited the high school Friday morning and Monday afternoon.
About eleven of the high school pupils drove to Loyal Friday evening and attended the basket social there. We heard some of them say Monday that they were "awaiting developments." Developments of what?
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