The Monmal (Dillon, Mont.) 1906-1918, March 01, 1913, Image 33

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THE MONMAL 33 Amy B. (taking the lid off the chaffing dish to stir the fudge): Oh! just look girls, it’s getting green! Mrs, Clements (watching the girls dance the glide): Is that the dance they call the chick in hop ? A Junior: Well, you see a negro is black all the way through, isn’t he? K. Meers: Jean, your neck looks as white. Did you wash it this morning? Jean: I washed it yesterday. We guess Kate has finished taking basketry. It Is Reported: That there will be no more noise on either second floor. That Zita McGovern is getting thin. That hereafter we shall have grapefruit for breakfast every morning. That “ Steve” and “ Fordy” will soon move on a ranch. That Martha Powers will be assistant matron after she graduates. That “ Mart” Cotter laundered last week. That Nina Kirk has a case on Louise Hollister. That the mnasles have a Slocum(ing) tendency. That Will and Mary are on sneaking terms. That Julia Driscoll wears a switch. That Grace Gleeson tipped the scales at 200 pounds. That Izzy Ryan has sworn off laughing. That all the Seniors will graduate in June. That the problems in Physics are a snap. That Erna Luther gave up candy for Lent. Tha “ Mil” Minor has decided to be a Bacheor Maid. That “ Bea” Collins has quit playing basket ball. That “ Shorty” Taylor has grown several inches since September. That Florence Mayer has a beau. That the Juniors all got through Trig. That Prof. Clark grew one fifty-sixth of an inch while on his vacation. But it is all a dream.

The Monmal (Dillon, Mont.), 01 March 1913, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.