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, THE 3UNIGH.ELASS HESTURY?'..
Look backwards, Junior Class,
Look back to days of yore,
When in the fall of '59 we soared
To the pdrtals of Adams High.
We looked about us far and wide
At things so strange and new,
Our guides and teachers all we saw,
Who would show us what to do.
We watched with envy and with pride,
The upperclassmen so dignified,
We nFreshmen,u so puny and so small
Were promptly ordered about by all.-
Our first year faded into the past,
And then the state boards came,
But altogether we saw it through,
We had not worked in vain.
Then we were proud and happy
To4enter our next big year,
As having oroved to the others
Our right to be uSophomoresW here.
Away we sped in our second year,
On wings of fleeting time,
Into the past went those old nstate boards,u
Our thoughts on vacation supreme.
From old Adams High came a beckoning cry,
The doors opened broad and wide,
Into the hallways and classrooms we strode,
And now by the title of nJuniorsH abide.
Our class marches on with quiokened step
Forward to our ultimate goal,
Losing and gaining old and new members,
While our flag hangs high on its pole.
Next year, our big year of pomp and of dreams,
All to be fulfilled when next we draw nigh
Old Adams High School, Oh see how it beams,
With its arms outstreched and banner held high.
may Vernon Gosha
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SOPHOMORE ONE-ACT PLAY
The Sophomores chose WThe District Contestn as their
contribution to the OneiAct Plays to be given as a means
of adding to the Athletic Fund,
The setting of the play was in the home of Dr, Henry
Stevens. Dr. Stevens, the victim of the family argument,
is portrayed by Carl Heinzerling, His wife, Mrs. Marie
Stevens, is a laughable character,with her affected dress
and manner and her extreme concern over her daughter's
supposed talent, The comedy part was furnished by David
Schneider, who acted the part of Reggie, a typical boy.The
part of the egotistical daughter,Jean,is enacted by Maxine
Peterson. Oh yes! We cane! forget the Scandinavian maid,
Hulda, played by Shirley Moews,She is an interesting char-
acter in this household,
The central theme of the play is Jean's preparation
for a declamatory contest, Reg5ie's antics during the en-
tire rehearsal of her reading are climaxed when he Kills
one of his mother's guppies, The play ends with the dis-
covery, just before the contest,that Jean has the measles.
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JUNIOR ONE ACT PLAY
nThe Great Joanne,N a one-act play'presented by the
Junior class of U42n, was directed by Mr. Smith.
The play was a comedy, with Archie Hanson as Jerry
Jones and Shirley Tolstead as Sally Young: two young
"kids" in love. Lucy Burroughs CMarion Smith? gives a
house party, inviting the actress, Joanne Cartwright
fLorraine Levasseurl and Susie Gardner QElsie Woodl her
country cousin as guests. Lucy's wealthy boy friend
Thornton Miles-Gorman fVernon Goshal is thoroughly con-
vinced that Joanls coming to the party is all a ngagn just
to get him there. Joanne sends a message saying that she
will be delayed, which is misinterpreted, and things begin
to happen. Ted Grant KBob Hanson! Joanne's old flame dis-
covers that Joanne still loves him, so all in all ever
thing comes to a happy ending. Janie Wilma iliardicophg'
acts as maid for the house party.
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