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Page 82 text:
President .... lchn Mason
Librarian . Ruth Bennett
Student Director . . Carolyn Kessler
Director -- Mr. Williams
LTHOUGH the orchestra practices but twice a week, it is deemed sutticiently
capable ot playing the opening march tor assembly each morning, and to
assist at almost every entertainment that takes place in the high school
You ask what sort ot music we play? Well, tor the most part, we play
marches. We also play marches andmarches. Hnd then, we have been known to
execute, Cand I say executel, several classical numbers. Pls tor modern jazz, our
one attempt at its interpretation proved disastrous,--- and sutticient.
Now please don't get the wrong idea. The whole trouble lies, not in our
lack of ability, but in our instrumentation. Nice word, isn't it?
We nourish vain hopes ot winning the Forensic League Contest. We say
"vain" because ot a certain town named "Westmont.". But here's hoping!
Page 81 text:
FRESHMAN MATHEMATICS CLUB
President . lock Elder
Vice-President Nathan Cowan
Secretary-Treasurer lerry lohnson
Faculty Hdviser -- Mr. lohnston
HE purpose ot our club was to create and promote interest in mathematics, to
Furnish incentive For Further study, and to supply material which was not given in
regular classroom worlc. During the year we made a study of the history ol: Mathe-
matics and its importance in vocations.
You may think that this was a great deal For us Hpoorlittle Freshmeni' to accomplish,
or attempt to accomplish. But we were all interested in Mathematics as a subject, and,
although our worlc was difficult, we Found it liar from disagreeable.
.ferry Johnson '36
President . lack Gray
Vice-President . Milton Dixon
Secretary-Treasurer loseph Sullivan
Faculty Adviser -- Mr. Buck
UR Biology Club, composed ol: twenty-eight members, made studies of various
, Forms ot animal and plant lite throughout the year. We collected colored
plates ot birds and buttertlies which were used as note book covers For the
school exhibit. Then, too, games and contests were included in our programs, and we
made two exciting excursions into the woods to apply the theories we had learned.
Need we say that the work of our club was both educational and interesting?
Joseph Sullivan '35
Page 83 text:
TRI I-Il -Y CLUB
President Hlice Marie Dorr
Vice-President Ccitharine Gardner
Secretory lda Mary Long
Flssistant Secretory Dorothy Liphart
Treasurer . Myrd lune Banlcin
UR club, again this year, consisted of fourteen student members and four
faculty advisers, ond we again had our abode in the high school building.
But, in other respects, We feel that this year has been an exciting and en-
tirely different one.
ln the first place, we hove further glorified our club room with the addition
of a marvellous cupboard. Qur new green benches, after hoving been tested by
the foot ball sguad, Were olso found guite serviceable and decorative.
ln order to purchase these desirdble articles of furniture, it was necessary
for us to pass many Weary hours selling candy to teachers at lnstitute, Then, too,
this year We instituted the practise of collecting dues in order to increase the
We became interested, in the course of this eventful year, in a vocational
book, 'lCc1reers",Which we read zealously at eoch meeting. Moreover, We gave
an assembly program that met with the approval of even several students! We have
not lived in vain!
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