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Page 24 text:
Freshmen The most
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portance thrs year we have taken part rn school hfe rn a brg way
though mamly as followers
Our class clarms the largest membershrp of any rn hrgh school
One thrrd of our class members were on the honor roll the frrst se
Page 23 text:
These centennial parade entries of
the different modes of travel in our
area in past years indicate the different
stages of the life of an underclassmen
The freshmen, shown by the covered
wagon, have a lot to look forward to
when they first enter high school.
Newly out oflunior High, they are un-
used to electives, the various organi-
zations, and the other differences about
The sophomores, depicted by the
horse and buggy, are also new to high
school this year, but they have been
preparing for it, especially during the
past year. For the most part, they like
high school and all of its differences.
They think of next year's class rings
and class play.
The juniors, shown by the old car,
are the "old pros" of the underclass-
men. Having been sophomores in the
old high school, they were unprepared
for the big new high school. They
dream of next year when they will
step into the seniors' shoes, and even
farther ahead to what the future holds
On the heads of these young people
is the responsibility and hope of our
country's future. Their education is the
goal of all at Alwood High School.
Page 25 text:
to say the least
We selected Kendall Johnson and Doris Wind to represent us as
attendants to the homecoming king and queen.
Many of our class members belong to the extra-curricular groups
and are learning how to step into the shoes of the upperclassmen when
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