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Ten and one vlalq ago oul fflthelq elected upon thlq plot of
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flctlwltlee We can onlx look at oul Qchool daw ae bClll0 vs ell spent,
and oul Qehool as one of YVIIICII we may xx ell be PIOLILI
lrVe owe our gratltude for what th1Q Qchool had offered
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who we now we haxe alu ays worked for our ITIDDIIICQQ We V k
them Quecew ln thelr QUICIRHCQ of our Qchool IH the Comlllv xeare T
the Qtudent bodx we extend our slncere frlendshlp and wlsll that then
wlll CV01 make oul C H S 9 Qehool ot xl olthy ldealq
't llttle HCIXICQ, llke a wwe old gentleman that Sclld, I llkee to elm
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YVell th It Q the w av the SDHIOFS feel We know that we haxe lnaw
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lealned bv expellenee That IS don t he p,fa7lngf xt the lTlOL1Hl.fllll and
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Dear 1931 '
Here comes the tlme to push anoth r fledgllng out of the nest
And always when that tlme comes what a lot of chattermg from the
older blrds who are mter sted 1n the venture How much coaxmg and
scoldlng encouraglng and, flnally pushlng before the new wlngs
fmd thelr strength and know tne1r poss1b1l1ty
So l1ttle new st fledghng of C H S how blg the world looks
from your l1ttle nest and what fun It seems to thmk of golng ' on your
n wlth no narrowlng rules and regulatxons and thou shalt nots,
but freedom of the blue How flne, aft r the flrst awful trepldatlon,
to drop down to the ground, then to soar to the clouds Wlth the "w1ld
Joy of llvmg And I hope you get much of It for to have m1SS6d
th yoy IS to have mlssed all
Perhaps you can concexve of C H S as a n1ce blrd mother, warn
1ng you ln thls wlse
Now rememb r the danger to l1ttle birds who cant fly much
IS on the ground Tho lt IS so natural to want to stay there, and too
much l1ke work to rlse and fly away lI1t0 the blue
But up there IS all the satlsfactlon of bxrd nature You n ver
saw a b1rd who staldl forever on the ground who wasnt elther malmed
or unnhappy It IS when gomg up that the Skylark pours forth h1S al
most unutterabl yoy So you w1ll be happ1est when you are usmg
your wlngs WOU1 mlnd your lmaglnatlon, your love of beauty ln
quest of hlgher and hlgher poss1b1l1t1es
And yet don t get too far off 111 your fl1ght to return for rest
and food to the earth and th nest 1n the tree It s a symbol wlth real
S1gI1lfIC3I1C6 that the blrd makes h1S home near enough the ground to
keep IH toucn wlth the sources of str rgth yet h1gh enough to aVO1d
danger and to feel the constant urge upward
So l1ttle 1931 you ye been a y ry good nestllng Now try your
W1llgS and success to your venture'
JUNIOR SENIOR PROM
An mterestmg mnovatlon was made when the SQIIIOFS and Hlgh
May 29 A s1x thlrty dmner was glven m the audltorlum serv d by
th glrls of Home Economlcs I and II The audltorlum was gally dec
orfxted II' green and whlte IH tr1b1,t to th Sen1ors of 31, and the
tables were beaut1f1ed wlth flowers
Joseph T-xylor the Junlor Class Pr sldent, gave the toast to the
Semors followed by a toast to the Jun1ors from Wendell Scholl the
Senlor Class Presldent Followmg me dmner short sp eches were
gn en by Mr Wlnte IWISS Lattm Semor Class Advlser and Mlss Afrle
JUIIIOI' Class Adylsor From nme unt1l twelye muslc for danclng was
furnlshed by Chff Dawson s Rhythm K1HgS
Ex eryone enyoyed a wonderful tlme and the Senlors and Faculty
express thelr thanks to the Jun1ors It IS hoped by everyone especlal
lv the Jun1ors that th1s custom w1ll be retamed, at least untll tfter
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
President : Robert Clark
Vice-President ' Donald Hull
Secretary Lloyd Waite
Treasurer Robert Young
Class Colors : . : Old Rose and Silver
Class Motto : : : "Non scholae sed vitae."
Gracm Austm Donald Hull
Dorothy Babcock Nelson Krasselt
Ll anor Boardman Eleanor Lord
Rebecca Bolden Madellne Luc
Arthur Brlggs Esther Pepperdlne
Mary Brock Mllton Potter
Eleanor Charlesworth George Remhardt
Margaret Clark Walter Remhardt
Robert Clark Mary Rlch
Mary Cleveland Maxwell R1ch-'trdson
Gerald Engllsh Vlctor Saar
Donald Fleblekorn Roy Shavs
Jean tte Frank Shlrley Stemhauser
John Frank Lloyd Walte
Helen Gleason Helen Wagner
Mmme Glow Jeanne Wake
Roman Grannls Cllfford Whlte
Helen Hart Robert Young
Ardme Howard Thomas Youngblood
We as the Sophomore Class of 1931 cannot say that we have ac
compllshed much flnanclally In thlllklllg of a way to earn money
we fmt upon th ldea of paylng monthly dues of ten cents each per
member Thls money has been put ln the bank where It IS now earn
In manv other r spects however the Sophomore Class has been
active Most of the members have shown thelr school Splrlt by takmg
part ln the dlfferent act1v1t1es of the school Boba publlc speaklng
prlz s were taken by Sophomores Jeanne Wake and Robert Young
Thls speaks well for the vocal powers of the class
When the Cattaraugan Staff was selected last fall we found that
several Sophomor s vsere elected to xmportant posltlons In fact the
Buslness Manager of the Cattaraugan IS a Sophomore
The Sophomores have also furnlsfled thelr share of basketball
m n Most of these men were out all season ready to fxght for thelr
school and at the end of the season they recelved squad letters for
thelr efforts At the clos of the season three of the Sophomores
Robert Young Gerald Engllsh and M1lt0H Potter were clflosen from all
the men plawng lll the lnter class gam s to hold posxtlons on the All
A good share of the tenms team IS made up of Sophomores and
we are also r presented ln baseball Others of the class take part IH
the band and glee club Do you wonder vue are proud of our class
and 1ts ach1evements'7
In closmg we wlsh to thank our class advlsors Mrs Tarbox M1ss
Dunlaxy and Mr Gale who hax helped us wne lever they were ask
ed and also those others of the student body and facultv who have
contr1buted to the success of our class
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