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'And then the whining schoolboy, with his satchel, g
And shining morning face, creeping like snail N""!
Unwillingly to school .... "
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Top Row tLeft to Rightl: Leiby, Reid, Ireland, Deaner, Van Hoeven, Jenning
Bottom Row: Radom, Foley, Tauner, Ferrell., Archer, Elson.
The Student Council is the outward symbol of our "Prac-
ticing Democracyf' It represents the student body in the busi-
ness of running the school. Behind it are the students. And it is
their progress in intelligent co-operation, in tolerance and un-
derstanding, that the Council represents. The whole school pro-
gram is thus the "power behind the throne."
The Council, however, is much more than a symbol. The
good will of the student body is behind it, as it should be. To-
gether they carry much of the burden of responsibility which
would otherwise fall entirely to Mr. Semler. As such, the Council
is perhaps the most valuable democratic organization in the
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Left, to Right: Boettcher, Deaner, Steenrod, Hendrix, Holder, Foley, Ferrell.
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
Looking over the events of the past three years in High School, the
Seniors find that they have had a great variety of experiences and
As Sophomores they sponsored all-school parties, had elections for
officers, and figured in most of the school life, though they were only
"freshies." As Juniors the class gave the annual Junior-Senior Prom. It
was given at the country club and was a huge success.
As Seniors they gave the Ann ual Senior Class Play, enjoyed the
Prom, had a skip-and-bum day, and gave the Senior picnic.
The officers of the Class of '39 Were:
President ..... . William Steenrod
Vice President . . . . . Ruth Holder
Secretary . . . . . Lois Ferrell
Treasurer . . . . Vera Deaner
Valedictorian . . William Steenrocl
Salutatorian . . jacquelyn Anderson
Class Speakers . .... George Hess
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