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MARY LOU STEELE
HELEN HOUSE DOROTHY TALCOTT
IRENE HIBBARD LUCY NICCABE
DONALD LANFEAR NIILFORD WADE
NORMAN MENARD CARL WAGNER
HELEN lVIISCZUK NATHAN WHITEORD
JULIUS HUGHES KENNETH WEAL
FRANCIS MOORE NUELLA YORK
DORIS WILLIAMS ELIZABETH WOOD
RECISELY four years ago last September a large group of green
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youngsters starte eIr career In e ams lg c oo as res en.
Although many have left the ranks of our class, others have taken
J " their places until we now have about the Same number of Seniors as
there were Freshmen.
A noteworthy Staff of oHicerS was appointed and although few activities
were carried on we had a few happy times such as a picnic and tureen.
In our Sophomore year we were much older and knowledge was developed
fast. Our oflicers Were well selected with Frank Sischo, presidentg Norman
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NATHAN WHITFORD "Nate"
l, 2, 3, 45 High School Orchestrag
HA foot so light, a step so true."
DORIS WILLIAKIS "DIJIlj",
l, 2, 3, 45 Girl Scoutsg Glee Club
C3, 45 5 Dramatic Club Q45.
"Grace was in all her steps
Heaven in her eyef,
ELIZABETH WOOD "Betty"
I, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club Cl, 2,
3, 455 Glee Club Cl, 2, 355 "The
Pot Boilery' C455 Prize Speaking
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urer of Class C355 President of A.
A. C355 Treasurer of Class K355
President of Class 145.
L'Genteel in personage, conduct,
1, 2, 3, 45 Football Q3, 45.
Ml came, l saw, l conqueredf,
NUELLA YORK "IN'1n1ir
l, 2, 3, 45 Girl Scoutsg Salutator-
ian of Class.
"If it's all the same to you-
l'll take my time."
KENNETH WEAL "Prof"
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Blenard, vice-president, Helen House, secretaryg Juanita Shutts, treasurer,
Richard Sinclair, reporter and iVIiss Gale, advisor.
The Junior year was given over to parties and after Easter, dances. Two
well planned dances were held including the Junior Prom. Food sales were
also held and the money obtained from all was to be used for the Senior
Washington Trip. Frank Sischo was again elected for presidentg Francis
Nloore, vice-presidentg Dorothy Talcott, secretaryg Betty Wood, treasurer,
Helen House, reporter and lliss Lawson, advisor.
Last September on returning to A. H. S. immediate plans were made for
numerous activities by which to enlarge the Washington fund. Elizabeth Wood
was chosen president, Norman Blenard, vice-president, Julius Hughes, secretary,
Carl Wagner, treasurer, Helen House, reporter and Nliss Lawson, advisor.
Several dances were held, all with orchestral arrangements by Ray Laliounty
and his orchestra.
During Easter vacation it was impossible to take the long hoped for trip
to Washington. Although we were greatly disappointed it was decided to take
a trip after graduation was over.
So our high school career is over and we should like, many of us, to have it
over again with all the joys and entertainments as well as sorrows.
The faculty as a whole is decidedly grand,
But think! alone, how long would they stand?
Of course, Klr. Allen is hard and stern
But his true character we cannot learn.
Air. Barbur is some scientist, so ,tis said,
Wonder if 'twas this wore the hair off his head?
Coach Scholtz is married-a very good thing!
For of his handsome self all the girls could sing.
And hereis Bliss Reed, quiet and reserved,
But in History with hot life you are served.
So wickedly Bliss Olief looks down on us all-
We're afraid that from Grace she'll soon fall.
Mrs. Woodside is very, very strictg
If she lacked a sense of humor we'd all be licked.
lWiss Lawson's chin may quiver with laughter
But we have to pay for our fun by studying right after.
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