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I Norman Cox, Gera Clark, Florian Hagan, Francis Capek, Floyd Johnson,
Lloyd Sadler, La ce Hatfield, John Then, Jack Hanson, Delbert
Wal rs Solmon eaudin, Lloyd Bemis.
. II r buthr Melvin Albrecht, Alton Halverson, Lois Dawson, Ninifred
er, ua ta Thune, Darell Anthony, Donald Ash, Maynard Retzloff,
or a L ge, Jean Lightfoot, Melva Johnson, Edith Roberts, Caroline
. Grot olene rtz, Sh' y Dietzman, Mr. McChesney.
,I Mil d Knez, D orp s n, Edna Brun, Genevieve Crosby, Lorraine
f F el, Lois St ha s Margaret Mitchell, Agnes Saxe, Harriet Bunes,
verly Johns LaFcrge, Margueritte Jennings.
SOPHONORE CLASS HISTORY
Under the able supervision of Mr. McChesney, the Sophomore class has
successfully completed another year of high school.
With Donald Ash as our President, and Jean Lightfoot as his assistant,
the group of forty-five Soph's entered high school for a second time.
Many girls joined the X.Y.Z. club and some also went out for de-
clamations and oratory. Lloyd Bemis is still the manager of the basket-
ball team with Alton Halverson as his assistant.
The end of the year finds only 42 NSophisticated Sophsn still enrolled,
but they plan for bigger and better things in the future.
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. Elanchard, C. Fuller, N. Barney, E. Ziebartn, L. Scafe, Arneson,
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Successfully we have cowoleted t ee ye o. .. gh :nmol
and vze are 'oolcinfz forward to the high- ight ., if r'
in Cornell High. e ,
Tiost I' us were nretty "f'ree'1" when v:e.,43te reg? 'h Qc o ,
but we managed to Vive a few good school nerti , an ow
are workina to successfully present the social ef ,
year--the Junior Prom or Banquet. X
Our Class Officers Are: 9 ' '
President--Heal Tierney Nb
Vice President--Glare Hill er
Secretory and Treasurer--Lionel Blanchard
Our class ploy, althdugh it was "A FTHRRV DlIl.'1'IZ", was . K
greet success, and we hope our class nlav next :fear will be
just as good. ' -J
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A K A ,i ,..
IDBI I I FRESHMAN CLASS J
I Florence Busosky, Colesta Lioussette, Norma Mauver, Eileen Car ody, 414,
Robert Hendrickson, Ross Simmerman, Gerald Miller, Orville ,
Charles Tyler, Betty Currie, Dorothy Anderson, Marcella Pu 11 .
II LeRoy Johnson, Kathyrn Schone, Dale Stoll, Arlene Hurlburt, Ar
Vajgrt, John Flodeen, Bohumil Svoma, Peggy Bosanac, Doreen Dfial s
Robert Currie Loretta Thon, Herbert Parsons, Lauretta Grotte I
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III Miss Magnus, Irene Konloch, Lorraine Beaulieu, Viola Alix, Louise
St.Aubin, Lois Warner, Pearl Grinder, Helen Beighley, Betty Capaul,
Lucille Shipley, Jean Bowers, Vera Goodman, Pe rl LaFramboise.
IV Romer Whipple, Lowell Bemis, Thomas Hetchler', Elafence Swanson, Francis '
Mitchell, Alton Larson, Steve Schild, Estil Schild ugene Ell' gson.
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n t only e students who have spent other years here, but fifty-one
" een" I' shmen as well.
Afte much wandering around we finally settled down and elected
5 E On S tember fifth the doors of Cornell High swung open to admit, '
5 S our clas fficers. Gerald Miller, presidentg Kathryn Schone, vice-
p esid and Delmar Kuhn, secretary-treasurer.
six-weeks period found a few more freshmen added to the list
' hon tudents.
, No at the end of our first year here, we feel that we have found
E place r ourselves among the other students of Cornell High.
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