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On August 24, 1936, 48 very nervous and frightened freshmen enter-
ed Sutter Creek Union High. Because of the kind treatment we received, and
the dance the sophomores gave us after the initiation, and in order to show
that we had no hard feelings against the sophomores, we gave them a dance
The officers we elected for our class were John Tallia., president, John
Arnese, vice-president, Betty Mcee, secretary, and Mrs. Bowls, sponsor.
In basketball our representatives were John Tallia, Jesus Garcia, Wil-
liam Johnson, Clement Castro, Joe Vasquez, Jim Smith and Bobby Jurovich.
The boys that went out for football were Jesus Garcia, Clement Castro, Jim
Smith, Joe Vasquez, and William Johnson. Jesus Garcia, Alfred Fall,
Vernon Greilich, and Fred Fisher signed up for baseball.
The freshman tennis team was composed of Kenneth Hunt, Betty
McGee, Joan Erickson, Caroline Allen, Audrey Crain and Betty Barton.
We are very proud of the part Betty Weston had in the Christmas Play
and of the parts Betty Schoonover and Louis Gacanich had in the operetta.
After all these things, we have high hopes for our class in future years.
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Well, folks, here we are united as people have never been before. We
are so proud of ourselves that it's a shame. We must tell you what great
students this wonderful Sophomore Class has been. We must tell you, for
we know that there will never be another class like it.
Our husky football lettermen were great workersg so to let them know
we appreciate their sportsmanship, we'll put their names in black and White.
They were as follows: Steve Frinchaboy, George Allen, and Vlfayne Pillsbury.
Our might basketball heroes were as follows: Roy Perez, Jack Golo-
vich, Cooper Morabe, Wayne Pillsbury, and George Allen.
The greatest song birds of the year were Margaret Quirolo, Claudine
Murphy, and Eugene Barone.
Before the students of this class think they did too much for their
country, Weill sign off, knowing that no other class will surpass it.
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