The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1923 Page: 57
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S -- I THE- EU RO J )
A time-honored custom of the Senior Class of
is to bring a Lyceum Course to Mineral Wells each
the M. W. H. S.
year to provide
At no time has the Lyceum been a "howling success," but the
Lyceum course this year has been the most dismal failure, financially
speaking, of any year. While no doubt we have profited by the ex-
perience and have attained valuable information on human nature,
and have had our character strengthened by the many knocks, we
feel that the experience gained has not been worth the money for
which we are responsible. We, therefore, admire the Juniors for the
stand they have taken in refusing to contract for a lyceum course and
believe it is for the best.
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