School: Greenwood H.S. Notes (27 Jan 1910)
Surnames: Hunt, Upham, Burch, Hendren, Masters
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (27 Jan 1910)
The Freshmen are enjoying the illustrative work in Physiology.
The second semester is running its course smoothly and peacefully.
Marion Hunt was absent the first of the week on account of sickness.
The Sophomores are now studying to supply Greenwood with bookkeepers.
Mesdames Upham, Burch and Hendren were visitors in school last week.
The Seniors are fondly following the course of "Hamlet", all the time wondering if he were insane.
Our first basketball game ended being defeated by Owen. The score was 14 to 30. Neither side showed very brilliant team work. The Owen Center was good at field basket, while Roy Masters made himself famous in boosting up our scores with free throws. The game however, was a success financially if not numerically.
The Seniors have decided to depart from the general routine of graduation by giving two class plays. Owing to the large number of persons in the graduating class this year, it was found more suitable to give two plays than one. Now since a valuable knowledge comes from composing the regular articles, they have decided to publish an annual. The work is well under way and each member of the class is doing his or her best to make it a success. As there will be no exemptions of any member in either play or the annual, a happy time is looked forward to.
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