Quick reminder: the next event in the Historical Society’s calendar is the Scott Sanders program this coming Sunday, July 31.
Another page from the facsimile 1942 Bryan High School annual donated by Phyllis Jackson to the Yellow Springs Historical Society.
Handwritten personal events were added (“met Holten”, “was in accident”, “first date with Holtio”).
School opened and all the Bryanites tripped merrily to school…..the Fall Carnival was a great success.
The Seniors gave their super dance, “Goblins Night Out”…..Our teachers attended the Central Ohio Teachers’ Meeting, and we enjoyed a short vacation.
The basketball season opened with a bang!…..we beat St. Brigid…..the teachers had another meeting, this time at Beaver…..the Juniors entertained with the “Fall Festival Swing”…..the stork carried Anne to the Fristoe abode….Thanksgiving vacation for two whole days.
Decorating their room in lively Christmas colors was the result of a Senior party…..Santa arrived at the Christmas party…..Eureka! we’re off for a swell vacation…..Mr. Turner left us to enter defense work.
We all come back to school…..no more New Year’s resolutions to break…..one day without a science teacher…..hello, Mr. Bailey…..need we say anything about semester exams…..we hated to see Mr. Fristoe go to New York.
Mr. Altenbernd came to join our happy throng…..”Toni” A. arrived in Cleveland…..hearts were flyin’ at the Valentine Dance by the Freshmen…..we wound up the basketball season as Champs at the County Tournament and the proud owner of 3 trophies…..floroscoping is fun, isn’t it?
To play in the district tournament made us mighty proud…..the S. S. Sophomore sailed in honor of St. Patrick…..3 lonely Seniors trooped to the scholarship test in Xenia.
The bus left for the scholarship tests in Jamestown and returned with 1 first and 2 seconds…..a rest and Spring vacation…..the daughters brought their mothers to a banquet…..the Eighth grade spent their morning on tests…..County spelling tests came next…..the Juniors were displaying their rings, Seniors passing out cards.
The grade school represented Yellow Springs at the County Music Festival…..the Seniors gave “One Mad Night”…..the one night in the year, Junior-Senior Prom……baccalaureate and commencement are our last fairwells…..but not before final exams…..goodbye to all our high school days…..