CAIRO HIGH SCHOOL
CHS 1972 EGYPTI...BITS & PIECES

Appearing on the Cairo High School stage for the first time in 1971-1972 were:

In fact, there were so many and they were so evenly distributed, that I am going to once again deviate from that which I just so recently pronounced. Namely, except for the administration, I am not doing the "bits & pieces" thing...but, instead, copying one and all.

I was going to try to salvage my reputation for "saying what I mean and meaning what I say" by cropping the final picture below. But, lo and behold, there is a future CSD teacher amongst the bunch.

Oh, well...

...when I said it I meant it, so I did not tell a lie!



CAT Tracks Editor's Note:

A word of explanation...

...aka an ancient history lesson:

"Toots the Flute"...again.

The aging intercom bell system died during the 1971-1972 school year.

So...

...knowing the show must go on, the job description of secretary was expanded (at no extra pay). Secretaries had to become clock-watchers and flute-tooters.

Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome!!!


UPDATE:

Making the CHS Farewell Tour in 1971-1972 were:

  • Helen Adams (Dean of Students)
  • Birdie H. Anderson
  • Joanne B. Dale
  • Robert Davis
  • Claudia Dunn
  • Kenneth Hill
  • Willie J. Maedecker
  • Jacqueline Stewart Moore
  • Jan Stone
  • Pattie C. Wade (Retired? Substitute Librarian in 1972-1973)