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Published and Printed by the Students of Morey Junior High School"
The More about Morey Short Story
Contest which closed on November 15,
1985, was a splendid success in evepy
grade except 7A where only one story
was handed in.
Orchids again to Charles Cross and
Reed Johnson who have placed in the
Short Story Contest for three consecutive years.
The 7B's ( as usual) handed in the
most stories. Mary L, Lewis won first
place with an interesting story entitled
"Old Rnrf/iq".'>5f-ef'nr! r/h"^ ?-.- - -/'-,"- "?,,
ajne 'vvivu a odd story called
What Is Wrong With This Story?"
Setty Jeanne Wilier won third place
ith"Blue Boy, the Roan Stallion",
In 8B Jack Boyer, a Morey poet and
jumor reporter, won first: place with
a Christmas story titled " % is More
Blessed To Give". The SB's have reason
to be proud of Susan Ann Broadhurst
wTho has placed in former contests, and
won both second and third places this
year with the following stories "Pot
Luck" second place and "Annapolis
A most interesting thing happened in
8A. Charles Cross who has placed in contests ever since 7B topped all records
this year. He took ail three places with
the following stories: first, "EssayUpon
The Glory" second "The Overcoat Provisions," third, "The Big Box."
In 9B Reed Johnson placed first with
"An Indian Summer Fantasy." "Sea
Faring Lad" took .second, place. This
was, by "Ardath b and" "A Nervous
Fright " by Mar>.:ae Welsh, placed
Congratulations 9A's; you have gained
back some of your literary prestiege in
the story contest. A story with the title MidsummerNights Dreams won first
place. This time the dream is plural and
not by William Shakespeare but by none
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News of the death of Mi?-*''Frances E.
Parker on December-^ch saddened
many hearts in Morey.
Miss Parker taught -English in our
school for several years, ana numbered
many friends among the faculty and
Always quiet and unassuming in her
manner, one had to know her to realize
the keen intellect and resourceful nature
she possessed. Her ideas were of the
highest character. Her life was one of
devoted service to education.
-£fte&uig s Courtship
Oni,the afternoon and. evening of Friday, December 6, Morey's_ ninth grade
music pupils presented the comic oper-
retta "The King's Courtship".
The cast was expertly chosen.
The principal roles were excellently pro-
trayed by Elsie Lorenz_who was Cherry
Rose daughter of the Mayoress of Tak"
kahama and Danny O'Riley who cast as
Mons Q. 8n aviator explorer, i
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