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Page 96 text:
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NE lovely spring day the junior and .senior
Argonauts witnessed the NB1g Broadcast of the
Year,n The Argonauts together with their ll-
structors were taken into a great hall that was
very beautifully decorated to represent the
broadcasting station, AHS.
After a delicious meal, Diet of Stars, the station want on
with the program which was sponsored by Byron's WMore Shine Toe
Nail Pol1sh.W Bernard Canney, the toastmaster,and William Kreb-
sback, the master of ceremonies, introduced the speakers on the
program. The Globe Trotter, Herman Klapp-
erick read the Senior Class Prophecy, and Senior
Hoy Torgerson read the Senior Glass Willa
When Margaret Duggan, the Bluebird, had finished singing a solo,
Harlie McNarthy, Kermit Keifer, and Neddie Wurgen,S1gurd Osmund-
son put on a little Charlie McCarthy skit, The Singln' Ballad
Boys, Eugene Knutson, Byron Huseby, Eugene Boyum, and
Finkelson added still more fun., Then Mr. Sorknes told about the
tr1p,HAlong a Golden Tra1l.0 Romeo, Neva,and Juliet,
Schaefer, came on the stage next, and they were the broadcast
' ' players. Celestinn
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Page 97 text:
We, the Senior Class of Adams High School, 1959-40, being of
sound mind, disposing menory,on leaving this institution of high'
er learning, do hearby make known our last testament to take
effect after graduation, l
ARTICLE I - To Mr. Sorknes, we give and bequeath all of our
left over pencils for next year so that he won't have to borrow.
ARTICLE II - To the faculty, we bequeath our gratitude with
sincere hope that their efforts will fall upon more fertile soil.
ARTICLE III - To the Junior class, we bequeath our self-sat-
lsfactlon, our importance, our wisdom, also our senior privileges
iii' they can find them? all of which we possess in
enormous' quantities. I Class
1 ' Will
ARTICLE IV - To the sophomor-es,all our' honor,
bluffing ability, and brilliant oratorlcal displays in English,
practically brand new. ,
ARTICLE V - To the freshman, our cleverness, good behavior,
and our ability to acquire knowledge without consulting books.
Individually we bequeath the following: I
Butch wills his"S1ft of gab" to Ruth Anderson.Don't take too
much advantage of lt, Ruth. I
Celestine wills her second perlodnsocial hournto Corky Boyum
Don't let the teachers catch you.
Fritz Schaefer lends his basketball technique to Virgil Her-
gene. If you're a basketball hero, you attract girls. Of course
you don't like girls do you V1rg11???
Shirley Larson so willingly bequeaths her activeness and
alertness during class period to Raymond Flnkleson.
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