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Our Senior Class entered into the mysterious domain called High School in
the year 1935. Since we were to be a very outstanding lahemlj class, we did
not choose the legendary green and white for our class colors. Instead blue and
white have graced our class through all four years. Our class officers were:
Alfred Lawson, presidentg Russell Helt, vice-president, Margaret White, secre-
tary, Elmo Magnabosco, treasurer. Miss Newport and Mr. Lahti were chosen
sponsors. Miss Newport left at the end of the first semester, Mr. Jenkins was
elected to fill her place. Our greatest social event was a "kid" party. A Weiner
roast gladdened our hearts land our stomachsj in the spring.
In our Sophomore year our officers Were: president, George R. Jonesg vice-
president, Alfred Lawson, secretary-treasurer, Claire McDonald, and sponsors,
Miss Robertson and Mr. Trobaugh. We proved our superiority in the inter-class
basketball ticket-selling contest by Winning the cup given for first place. Our
class party was a hilarious affair celebrating our victory. The last event of the
year was a "swell" picnic on Crompton Hill.
Our Junior year was characterized by our triumphs in the commercial con-
tests and our successful presentation of our class play "Happy-Go-Lucky." A
Hallowe'en party was held in October. The second semester we had an enjoy-
able outdoor party. Our Prom - the best ever iso we thinkl - was held on
'May 20 in the Gym with Tracy Hadley and his orchestra. Through this year
our officers were: president, Josephine Marcinkog vice-president, Florence
Trunkog secretary-treasurer, Thelma Stein. Our sponsors were Miss Robertson
and Mr. Lahti. Miss Robertson left before the end of the year and Miss Royer
and Miss Newport took her place.
And at long last We reached our Senior year. Alfred Lawson was chosen
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Latin Club 1, 2 Class Officer 1, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Photo Club 4
Band Kc Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4
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