JANUARY January 4. No fatted calf to meet the prodigals, who want sleep and more sleep. January 12 . What has happened to all those dignified Seniors? Rings have come! Oh! January 25. Exams! More Exams! Books for once dustless. FEBRUARY February 1. With sad hearts all bid farewell to the Class of '25½. June graduates now reign supreme. February 11. Improvements made in the cafeteria. Look out, don't sit in the February 25. Have you a comb? Have you a so and so? Pictures to be taken for February 26. "Little French Girl" to be given by the French Society. Rats MARCH March 4. Do look at the library! Books presented by Class of '25. March 10. "Monsieur Beaucaire" presented.Auditorium full of girls. March 19-20. Senior "Odz and Enz" great success. Best production ever presented by a Senior Class. March 25. Senior girls win Intramural Basketball Championship. "I told you so.
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SEPTEMBER September Mob scene, girls and boys come back to school. Mr. Codd has first chance to use his whistle. Rats creep in. September 2O. First call for football men. OCTOBER October1. First issue of "TheStudent" appears; subscription campaign begins. October 8. With regrets! Girls' basketball abolished. October15. Deep mourning! Wilson loses to Newport News. October 22 Clean-up week. Trash baskets over-worked. October 31. Great rejoicing. Wilson defeats John Marshall. NOVEMBER November 11. Wha?'s happened? Have the sleepers really awakened? Yes, it's Armistice Day-Holiday. November 19. Ra! Ra! Etta Marshall is elected President of student body. Student Government sure to go over the top. November 24. Kirk Burch elected captain of next year's football team. November 26. Maury defeats Wilson 7-0. DECEMBER December 4. Why so many bright faces? "Tailor Made Man" presented today. December 10. Student Council takes oath of office. W's awarded to members of football team. December 23. Carols in auditorium. Christmas, day after tomorrow. Exit.~
WILSON HIGH, FAREWELL DearWilson the time for our farewell has come, As before us new conquests we find, And tho forward we press, our hearts fain would turn To those halls we are leaving behind. Thru the years we have toiled that your name might be first Our task has been hard but we've won, Alma Mater, we sadly bid farewell to you, As our journey at Wilson is done. Fare thee well, all our teachers, we love you each one, In our thoughts you are ever revered, And the memory of classmates and teachers~entwined 'Round our hearts shall he always endeared. Now we leave you, dear Wilson; one fond tear we shed, May your name e'er in honor repose. And deep in our garden of memories, for you, We shall plant our most beautiful rose. Words by Smith R. Brittingham, Jr. Music by Linda Booth.