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Page 53 text:
5 Clarence Clauser,
J unior Roster.
Lucy W ooldruff,
Page 52 text:
melh'. and yet modestly, do we, the members
Hi the luniiir class of 1909, make our bow, as we step
intu the place left by the worthy Seniors, which we
will endeax'nr to till to the best of our ability. We
wnsider that our first wise step this year was in the
vhnice uf whicers. We certainly have been success-
hil under the skillful management of the president.
Mary Griswnhl. and our pleasing class counselor,
Miss 131th huth of whom. as well as other Officers,
haw dune much to promote the class interests.
Nm- have we been lacking in the line of amuse-
ments, mm numerous parties and receptions, to a
mire :md minstrel slmw. in which the Juniors were
w e11 represented.
We are also well represented in all high school
zlihlehes. Half Hi the members of the first foiot-ball
team are elnnim-s, and Roy Montford, noted for his
steady playing. has been Chosen captain for the fol-
J unior Organization.
lowing year. Other members of the team are Myers
Hubbard, W'ill Downey, John Morelock, with Morris
Madison as substitute. In basket-ball we are repre-
sented by John Morelock, and some of the best plays
eras on the base-ball team. Homer Post and Don Far-
num. belong to our class. The members of the track
team surely have 'Varsity caliber, and Myers Hub-
bard. who is the champion quarter-miler, manages it
very successfully. Roy Montford, the star with the
weights, John Barry in the pole vault, and Thomas
Thomson, a promising distance runner, are other
Ctmsidering our great achievements in. the past
three years. we have every reason to believe that the
Senior class of 1909 will make a record worthy tOIbe
handed down to future generations, one of whlch
our great-grandchildren will be proud.
-C. K ., i09-
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At that time there appeared in the Vicinity of the
High School. a Junior. and a Freshman-seemg this
worthy person, sayeth, tiLo. behold, I am in the pres-
ence Of my dignihed superior? and he knelt there in
the street; amt bowed his head in humiliation. The
Iimioix seeing the multitude gathering around, spoke
imi :md sayeth, as all Juniors should, ttGet thee hence,
and seek out some dignified Senior, and give him the
honor tiUC himfi
Yaw at that time the sun was high 'in the heav-
ens, and the Junior, fearing lest he be tardy, hastened
into the hiiihliiig.
So it came to pass that this person studied. learned,
and hehaved as was his wont. And at last a desire
mine over him to join the class. And the other mem-
hers hehehl him. saying, ttLo, here is a new member;
let us have a marshmallow roast and rejoice. " And
there was great rejoicing, and one sayeth unto a11-
othmf; Hixeep it under your hat, so that the Seniors
:md Sophomores know it not?
.tml the night came, and the rain fell in torrents,
. - a t en went up into the Wilderness
A Romance of a Junior.
of Thresheris Grove. And it was found that they
had but five marshmallows for the multitude. So they
divided those among them and were satisfied.
Then the Junior went to the house of his fathet,
whose name was John. the brother of Mike, of the
tribe of Benton Harborites. And there arose a great
storm, and John sayeth unto his son, HKnowest thou
not that thou wast to come home ere the cock crow?"
But the son spoke not.
So it came to pass on the following day, that the
Junior went into the wilderness again. But this time
not to rejoice: for he feared that he might Hunk
in one of his subjects. And at last there was a great
noise in the earth, and the Junior looking up beheld a
vision. and there came to him a beautiful boy very
well clad. The child had come into the wilderness to
comfort him. The Junior, seeing the little one, cried
out angrily. saying, ttGet thee gone, infant. Knowest
thou not that whilst defending you I should,st have
been studying ?'i for he was very wroth within himself.
At that time another vision appeared, saying,
ttAsk. and thou shalt receive." And the Junior went
down into the town rejoicing.
--E. T. tat?
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