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Jf The Wolverinel 4 I 1933 1 The J unior Class OFFICERS President . Eileen Argabright Vice President ... G. G. DeHart Secretary .J. B. Brown Treasurer . Carlton Gresham Motto : Colors: Green and Yellow ft rj-y • ft 1 ry, try again Flower : Chrysanthemum Junior Class History It was in September, 1930, that we, a cowed body of Freshmen, first took our stand in Salem High School. We were only several hundred high school “rats,” who didn’t know our p laces and had to be con¬ tinually told. The first two weeks were very trying indeed, but the Class of ’34 could not be discouraged long. We got organized, elected Shannon Hardwick to be our President, and settled down to make the Class of ’34 the best that ever entered Salem High School. Things were looking somewhat better when, in January, 1931, our Alma Mater burned, and we found ourselves going to school in various churches. It was fun at first but soon the novelty of it wore off and we looked forward to the time when we could again assemble in the halls and classrooms of a real school building. With our sophistication we came back as Sophomores, prepared to be rulers of the whole school. A little older, a little wiser, we settled down to our studies, Gordon Ramsey being our President. After a long battle with Latin, Math, English and Science our Sophomore year became history. Last fall we came back to take up our added burdens as Juniors under the leadership of Eileen Argabright as President. We were rather amused by the antics of the Freshmen and Sophomores, but the smiles faded quickly away when we remembered that we, too, were once “rats” and “sophs.” We have worked hard this year and are looking forward to being Seniors in a brand new high school next year! —Eileen Argabright
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