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Page 38 text:
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
f slightly bashful, pupils and others were just the oppo-
fffegx n the first day of school some of us were wide eyed,
QNX site. Most of us started just where we had left off last
year. Others had to start all over in entirely new sur-
We had a few hints on our initiation day, but we had never
taken them to heart. At last the day came when Mr. Glesne stood
an in front of the assembly and commanded the boys to be dressed
Qi tramps and the girls to be dressed in old fashioned clothes.
The tramp who looked the most hoboish, and, the girl who
looked the most old fashioned, was to receive a free ticket to
all the football games as an award.
On the next day, we were all there ready to accept the prize
The judging did not come, however,until after all the upperclasse
men had teased us. It was our super1or's who cast the votes,and
the contest ended with Ralph Otto and David Schneider as the most
'-37105 Cal JCTHTYIPS, and Jean Ross and Cordelia Whitney as outstand-
ing in old fashioned clothes.
We all attended the football game in the afternoon, and many
of us were sweating like a butcher because of our bundle- -some
After the game we all walked down the town squareg where we
gave some yells and cheers for the Adams High School team.
Page 37 text:
SOPHOMORE ONE ACT PLAY
he one act play, "New Girl in Town" was presented
by the sophomores. Rod and Wally Campbell, who
were played by Archie Hanson and Willard Anderson
two typical boys, became rivals to escort the at-
Q tractive new girl in town,Mar1lyn Price, played by
Lorraine Levasseur, to the band concert. The tricks they play
on each other, and the arguments they have in wearing each
others clothes, eventually end up in a fight, which is stopped
by the entrance of their mother Mrs. Campbell, Dorothy Winkel,
who calls her daughter Joyce, Rod and Wally's sister, to her
aid. Marilyn deserts them both for a sissy from her home
town, which was played very well by Vernon Gosha.
The play was coached by Miss Homan.
Page 39 text:
when we left the school grounds, N. V. Torgerson took pictures
of all of us, looking our best and Wefring our most winning
Smiles. when we returned to the place from which we started ,
we found that the buses were all ready to leevcg and each one
climbed into his own bus, very tired after e day's enjoymentu
We all had to return, however, that eveningg but this time Wo
were treated by the rest of the high school.
The next thing that we were e little green at, was the
Christmas party. We soon found out that we were to bring a
ten cent gift, Most of these presents, of course, included
things all the way from sets of dishes to baby bottles and
The highest spot in our Freshmen year was our ones -- act
play, given at n contest, in which all four classes part-
ifipnteds Yes, we really felt pretty smart when our play was
voted the best one y and we proudly rccepted first place.
This play, UBy Special Requestu was choosen by the class
efflrers. These officers were: Lorraine Meyers, Secretary.
Farid Schnider, Prssidentg John Nagel, Vice-President, Denali
larson, Treasurer. We had two other officers who bore to
title of song leaders: Jean Ross and John Sjobskken.
We are looking forward to the promotion of Sophomores.
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