RAMBLING WINES

MARYLEA VINES

I was over at Central Elementary School for the last assembly of the year the other day and had to chuckle to myself when Niles Cherry, supervisor, told the youngsters that all the leftover detention halls would be disposed of and everyone would start out with a clean slate next year.

I well remember the year I was in the seventh grade that I still had 17 days to stay-in when school was out. . .and I wasn’t the only one. The teachers had been doubling up on us, making us stay in two extra periods at the end of each school day, but they started too late. Besides, that, there were new charges of misconduct.

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