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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Joe Wilbourne. Jimmy Blount. Martha Kime. Pat Smiley. . President Vice President . . . Secretary Treasurer Many important events have occurred in the “49’s” throughout the centuries. In 1649 Charles I of England was beheaded; in 1749 the governor of Pennsylvania made Benjamin Franklin commissioner of the peace; in 1849 there was the great California gold rush; and now 1949 will be marked by a great event—our gradua¬ tion. This is the “Year of Jubilo” to us, this year of 1949. To some it is the Emancipation Proclamation, but to others it is the tolling of the death knell, for at the end of this school year they shall have to part with some of the friends they have grown to know and love. But all is not sadness. In the years that lie ahead we shall recall our high school days, and their memory will be a source of joy to us. Some will remember going to the football games and cheering for our heroes and our school; others will recall the formals, club meetings on Wednesday mornings, “butterflies” before exams, and getting an “A” on the test “I just know I failed.” We will never forget the Senior Program, the Senior Play, Senior Day, and the Junior-Senior Prom. These were ours alone and will always belong to us. Yes, to some it will be the tolling of the death knell, but is it the end? This is just the beginning of our lives, and in the years to come when we have settled down, we will rea lize that these were the best years of our lives, only because they were the first. 4 10 }y
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Spelled backwards, her name is “I moan,” But Naomi is cheerful at school or at home. x plus y 2 = U x for all the things you do An’ y 2 makes me now declare That I know U are no square. Paris chose Helen— Oh, gay Paree! May you and your Helen Ever happy be. At Smead and Webber’s mixing cokes Alice is cracking nuts—or jokes! Ellen’s sweet and “Tres petite,” Someone you would like to meet. When over his books he should be porin’, You’ll always find our Dalton, snorin’. As fine in school as on the guitar, Her personality’s never “bittar.” 4 A hlhnU Bouuac ) . ' Sfrsi , r r 11 A beaming light for all to see; A nurse in white she longs to be.
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