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Page 16 text:
Who'd have ThoughT when The class oT '36 seT sail,
ThaT in '50 we'd hear abouT Them such a Tale:
DocTor EsTher Cardoza has gained much wealTh,
By resToring sick people back To good healTh.
KaTherine Phillips weighs over 400 pounds,
ls a Side Show aTTracTion in many big Towns.
Annie PuTzel, secreTary To The governor oT Maine,
Gus Callus, The weaTherman, Tells oT The rain.
Clara Nicka, The greaTesT oT all Movie STars,
Has gained Tame Trom here To The planeT oT Mars.
Elizabe+h Meyers. has discarded all beauxs,
ls an old maid Teacher. wearing speclcs on her nose.
Lena Mieslce, now lives near The Tive GreaT Lakes,
She caTches and charms big repTiles and snakes.
KenneTh SmiTh designs buildings. boTh large and small
As an archiTecT, he does beaT Them all.
The reverend preacher ThaT leads The prayer,
ls our "Olly" of Old. buT wiThouT any hair.
Normabel SuTTer is a Tamous TluTe player,
Phyllis MarTin is Chicago's TirsT woman mayor.
Marcia STory, a deTecTive, always wins her case.
She's given many a criminal a very hard chase.
Now being principal oT Anderson High School,
George Alward enforces The golden rule.
The greaT biologisT, ETTie SmiTh. disecTs
MosquiToes and TireTlies and oTher insecTs.
Francis Oman. who married a midgeT man,
lnTroduced To The world a new pension plan.
Audrey McFerrin, wed a barber lasT June,
And now she operaTes a beauTy salon.
Good old Theo Parks, Trains Trisky circus Tleas.
For The Glen Spoon Circus, lcnown Tar overseas.
Alwin Miller. dog caTcher in Anderson Town,
Leaves noT a dog. buT runs Them all down.
Bob Welbourn, a deep sea diver of Tame,
Throws pearls aT mermaids and loves The game.
Evelyn Dunwoody received an educaTion in Rome,
BuT now in Anderson worlcs in an orpran's home.
DoroThy and l'luberT. ThaT sTeadTasT pair,
Were married lasT Tall aT The CounTy Fair.
We may have done more, or even done less,
BuT aT leasT we are anchored aT The pier of success.
-LENA MIESKE, '36.
Page 15 text:
Transferred from Sanfa Rosa High: Home EC. Club 5. 6: Oper-
eHa 4, 6.
Baslcefball I-8: Senior Play 7.
TH EO PAR K-Academic
Baslcefball 2, 5-8: Baseball 4, 6, 8: Opereffa 2, 4, 6, 8: Senior Play
7: AIhIeI'ic Club 5, 6.
Home EC. I-6: Reporfer 2: Girls' League 2-6: High Views 7, 8'
Aurora Sfaff 7, 8: Class Sec. 2.
Transferred from Red Bluff 3.
Class Sec. 3. 5, Vice-Pres. 7, 8, YeII Leader I, 2: Finance Com-
missioner 7, 8: Opereffa 2, 4. 6, 8: Baseball capfain 6, 8: Baslcefball
cap+ain 7, 8: Girls' League I-4, 7, 8: Girls' Glee I-6: Aurora
Sfaff 7, 8: Honor Sociefy 2, 3: Tennis 8.
KENNETH SM ITH-Academic
Transferred from Riverdale High 5: CSF 5: Aurora Sfaff 7. 8: Sec-
ond Honor RoII 7, 8.
EEFIE SMITH Academic.
Aurora Slaff 7, 8.
H U BERT STEWART-Commercial
Baslcefball, 7, 8: Baseball 8: Class Vice-Pres. 4: Opereffa 2, 4, 6, 8:
Aurora 7, 8: Senior Play 7.
Nominaling Commi++ee I: Class Yell Leader 3, 4, 6-8: Girls'
League I-8, Yell Leader 3, 4, 6, 8: Opereffa 2, 4, 6, 8: Baslrefball
7, 8: Baseball 6, 8: Tennis 8: Home EC. I-8, YeII Leader 4, 6-8,
Sec. 2, 3: Senior Play 7: ASB Yell Leader 3, 4: Aurora Sfaff 7, 8.
Home Ec, I-8: Girls' League I-6: Girls' Glee I-8: Aurora 7, 8:
Opereffa 2, 4, 6: Baslcefball 7, 8: Baseball 6, 8: Tennis 8.
ASB Vice-Pres. 6, ASB Pres. 7, 8: Baseball 2, 4, 6: Baslcefball I-8:
Nominafing Cornmiffee 2: Class Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 5-8: AIhIeIic
Page 17 text:
I, George Alward, leave The school Ticlcled To be rid oT me aTTer all These years.
I, EsTher Cardoza, will my shy manners To CarmeIiTa Spears as I am sure she needs
I, Gus Callas, leave my slow sTuTTering Talk To all Treshmen who Talk Too TasT.
I, DoroThy Duncan, leave my good repuTaTion To Fay Norris in The hope ThaT she
won'T abuse iT.
I, Evelyn Dunwoody, leave my bashTulness To Bob CarTer, knowing he can use iT.
I, Phyllis MarTin, leave my PlymouTh To BeTTy Hays so ThaT she may geT To school
once in a while on Time.
I, EIizabeTh Meyers, leave To BurneTTa Gary, my TlirTaTious Tendencies.
I, Lena Mieske, will my posiTion as PubliciTy Manager To DoroThy Moss, hoping she
will enioy iT as much as I have.
I, Alwin Miller, bequeaTh my many girl Triends To The nexT Don Juan To come To
I, Audrey Mcllerrin, will my drawl To Marie GriTTiTh in The hope ThaT iT will slow
down her speech.
I, Clara Nicka, leave To Barbara Frambes my curly hair so The mirror can have a
I, RoberT OIiphanT, will To my beloved sisTer my honorable nickname "Olly."
I, Francis Oman, besTow my bored look on anyone noT inTeresTed in school.
I, Theo Park, will my baseball suiT To Norman PoTTer ,iT he will grow up.
I. KaTheryn Phillips, bequeaTh my happy smile To The Teacher who needs iT mosT.
I, Vera PoTTer, will my heighT To Dale McFerrin in hopes ThaT he will be a Taller
senior Than I am.
I, Annie Pufzel, leave my abiliTy To geT ouT oT gym To any lower classman unable To
Think up good excuses.
I, ETTie SmiTh, leave my sTudious aTTiTude in STenography I To Jane Cobb.
I, KenneTh SmiTh, leave my abiliTy To chew gum wiThouT geTTing caughT To The
Treshman wiTh The mosT demeriTs.
I, Glenn Spoon, will my abiliTy To geT Through high school To I-Ienry Simonis.
I, I-IuberT STewarT, will my whiskers To any Treshman who Thinks he is good enough
To grow Them.
I, Marcia STory, leave my dearly loved Alma MaTer in a sTaTe oT general disorder
Tor The TacuITy To sTraighTen ouT.
I, Normabel SuTTer, will my good naTure To any grouch in The Junior Class.
I, Roberl' Welbourn, leave my baske+baIl abiliTy and posiTion on The Team To
Signed and approved by:
FRITZ BUMPLEBURGERHORFINDORDINSTINE, Anderson.
MARY MARIE BUNKAMBURGERSCI-ION, CoTTonwood.
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