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to-nite but I would lots rather go to the Odean [[Odeon]].  It is "We Can't Have Everything" and I started to read the book but never finished it and always wonder how it ended so want to go.

Merica goes around with [[strikethrough]] Wilma [[/strikethrough]] Katie and Gertie most of the time and I don't see much of her. Think I will have her come home for dinner with us tomorrow. 

Wilma is here now so I have to hurry.

Tomorrw is the Interclass meet at the forest park and we get out at two thirty.  Sure am Glad. 

Cest Tout

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There was no special program arranged for Monday mornings chapel.  Wilbur Padgett and Isabella Price made announcements.  Prof. Kennedy presented the inter-class loving cup to the senior class, and the individual cup to William Nelson.  Wilbur Padgett, Melvin Wood and William Nelson and George Gabler all gave short talks about the track meet. 

The Senior class are trying to get a special train to take them over to Dewey, to the Santa Fe track meet, April 20. In order to get this train they must have at least one hundred and twenty five passengers signed up to go.  The boys are working hard to get this.

The seniors held a compulsory meeting yesterday noon, for the purpose of selecting their graduation cards.

The Inter-class track meet held last Friday afternoon was a victory easily taken by the seniors.  The score was as follows:  Seniors, 69 points. Juniors, 39 points, sophmores, 8 points, and freshman, 1 point.  The individual cup was won by William Nelson with a score of 24 points, Melvin Wood came second with 20 points. 

The seniors have defeated the juniors in everything they have contested for this year.  They will do the same in the coming base ball game next Friday afternoon between the seniors and the remainder of the classes.
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Mrs. Thompson, who has taught Algebra in C.H.S. for the past year will join her husband at Springfield, Mo.  Mr. Thompson has returned from France.  The place will be filled for the remainder of the year by Mr. Homer J. Reeves of Winfield, Mr. Reeves is an athlete.
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