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Wol verine 1 933 Senior Class History important we felt as the Freshman Class of 1928-29; and yet, how insignificant we seemed among our upper classmen as we assembled in the audi¬ torium to begin our high school career. Imagine the embarrassment caused by being unable to join in the singing of the Salem High Spirit , or in the lusty yells that welcomed the new school year. It was encouraging to know that Mr. House was a “Freshman” too. He has been the faithful guide and helper of the Class of ’33 through all its trials. We escaped without much hazing in our Freshman year and were relieved to become Sophomores at last. No more did we feel as though we were in everybody’s way! How superior we felt to all the lowly Freshmen! During this year the partial destruction by fire of our Alma Mater made College Avenue our campus. We felt like university students going to and from classes. The idea of the plaque on which the most outstanding Senior’s name was to be placed each year was inaugurated during this year and we are proud to have the name of a member of our class on this. I think most of us were very glad to resume our studies as Juniors in old Salem High School. The big event of the year was the reception we gave in honor of the departing Senior Class. Some of our class in the role of sailors aided the Seniors in embarking upon their voyage into the great world. “Seniors at last!” was the sigh we heard last fall. Whether one of relief, or one in anticipation of the added dignities we would be called upon to assume as Seniors was the question. The first part of the year was rather uneventful; but mid-term examinations! We “toiled and troubled” with our Senior English under Mr. Snapp and wondered if we would ever get through writing papers. Time passed more quickly during the last lap of our journey. The class pictures and class mirror caused a great deal of excitement. Dorothy Garst was chosen the most outstanding Senior—the one who had contributed most to Salem High School during her four years. Her name will appear on the honor plaque. Rome Schlater Johnston and Thelma Garst tied for the honor of being valedic¬ torian. However, by draw, Rome Schlater was chosen and Thelma was the salutatorian. We wish to express our hearty appreciation to the Juniors for entertaining us so attractively at the Junior-Senior Reception. Our high school days closed with the class sermon, the Senior play, and our graduation exercises on May thirty-first. With a wave of diplomas and a smile upon our faces, despite the sadness of the occasion, we said farewell to Salem High, feeling that the four years had prepared us for the battles of life.— Nancy James. 4 . 2 $
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JT The Wolverine! I 1 933 J ' tJZ HELEN LOUISE WOOD “ Beware, when she meditates mischief is brewing” RUTH ELIZABETH WOOD “ A friend to those who need a friend” MILDRED KATHERINE WORLEY “ Live and have a good time while you may, You may probably never see another day.” Sewing Club, 2; President of Glee Club, 2; Literary Society, 2; Girl Reserve, 4; Cheer Leader, 4 GLADYS LOLENE YOUNG “Blue, alluring eyes in whose depth I lose myself” Home Economics, 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President, 4 MARGARET ANNA ZEUHLKE “Quiet as a mouse, but busy as a bee” Home Economics, 2 31 n Inning umnurg of uur furutrr (Elassmatr (EnpuH Hum—3lmtr fi. 1015 Hirb—August 20, 1032 4 22 }£ • ♦ ♦
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jf The Wolverine1 4 1 1933 J SENIOR CLASS MIRROR Best Looking Jack Oakey Emma Hunter Maxwell Cutest Jack Frier Frances Shields Wittiest Paschal Stoutamire Lucille Voci Most Capable John Peter Saul Dorothy Garst Most Attractive David Hitt Omega Poff Teacher ' s Pet William House Nancy James Most Dignified Jack Oakey Betty Brand Best Scholar B. C. Horne Eleanor Henderson Biggest Sheik Frank Lewis Hutson Lucille Voci Most Popular William House Dorothy Garst Best Athlete Larry Tyler Helen Tyler Best All Around David Hitt Betty Martin Most Sarcastic Garrison Wood Margaret Eutsler Most Experienced Frank Lewis Hutson Alice West Most Personality John Peter Saul Betty Martin Most Sophisticated Bill Slough Rome Schlater Johnson Most Bashful Otha St, Clair Elsie Black Blushes Most B. C. Horne Elizabeth Henderson Most Dependable Murry White Alice West Biggest Case Murry White Ozella Butts 34
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