Clipped From Idaho State Journal
Alameda Junior High By MARY ALICE GARNER "Boy! Just think, tomorrow is the last day of school." Several exclamations like this were echoed and re-echoed in the halls, classrooms and on baseball fields, no less. Along about the lirst of students start thinking about swimming, fishing, all sorts of'sports, and just loafing around. Then spring fever hils hart!. You just can't wait to play baseball nr just get outside away from leach- ers, hooks, pencils and clnssrootns in general. Of course, the shine school's end is dimmed by thoughts of final examas and final report cards. But even those evcnls do not thoroughly dampen school spirits. How could they? Spring here The Alameda Girls' council elected next year's officers in their meeling Thursday, They are: President, Shana C o f f i n ; president, Wrctha Drievcr; secretary, Colleen Pugmire; treasurer, Mil?.! Y a m a u c h i ; historian, Faye and reporter, Kathleen C'onway. We of Ihe Girls council hope officers have a happy antl pros- p.-rlous reign next fall and we're *urc that a good job will be'done. Another event looked forward to is the appearance of the Ala- n.cda annuals or yearbooks. Tomorrow brings them o u t , In view of teachers, and students. It looks as-though pens and pencils Will he mlghly busy.