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LEWELLING HAMM LEHMAN DIRRETT GOURLEY
Senior Class History
In 1934, the senior class entered Madison and Central. Merle Long
was elected president at Madison, and Bob Spence was president of
the class at Central.
The president of the class in its sophomore year was Bob Spence.
The next year, we, the present senior class, entered as juniors.
Clarence Burck was elected president: Merle Long, vice president,
Virginia Hackleman, secretary: Jean Dawson, treasurerg Zella Mae
Barrett, representative, and Mr. Palmer, adviser.
This year the class officers are Blevins Lewelling, presidentg Junior
Hamm, vice presidentgCarol Dirrett, secretary: Marie Gourley, treas-
urerg Mr. Lehman, adviser.
The senior class, a large class, has twenty representatives in the
National Honor Society. These representatives were chosen by class
The D.A.R. good fellowship medal, awarded annually to an out-
standing senior girl, was presented to Mabel Forster.
Erros Penland was editor of the Whirlwind during the first, and, for
the second semester, Clarence Burck was chosen editor of the paper.
The name of the senior play was "Jane Eyre. " This play was direct-
ed by Mrs. Childs. The senior class put on the Christmas program.
As we grow older and think back over our days in Albany Hi, we
shall have many pleasant memories.