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KEEN KEENER 1938 SENIOR CLASS WILL (Continued from page 9) XI. Chester Daniels leaves his ability to slumber in the assembly to Mary Jean Bernard. Who knows . . . she may need that time to catch up on her sleep! XII. Anna Boersma wills her typing accuracy to Albert Terpstra. May he oc- cupy the top rung of the accuracy ladder all next year. XIII. Edward Boer , our president, and Laura Kooy, our secretary, each leave one half of their abundant amount of " gray matter ” to Reece Whitley. May he go through college in two years " cum laude” . XIV. Jeanne Swart wills her briefness in stature to Mildred Tysen. rhat ought to make it easier to pass through doorways. XV. Ralph Myers leaves his efficient art of note writing to Fred Moolenaar. He wishes him much success in the future. XVI. Doris Schwanke wills her heart to George Suffern. Eventually, why not now ? XVII. James Reckcr leaves his hand-pumping ability to Gertrude Pruis. More power to her ! XVIII. Johanna Hoffman wills her pleasant smiles to Mildred Anderson. May a frown never again be seen on her face. XIX. Last, but not least, we, the 3 8’s, hereby donate, give, impose, bequeath, and hand a lemon to the 3 9’s, this being our last chance ! SENIOR CLASS POEM (Continued from page 11) Jeanne Swart, though she’s not very tall, Has a personality that wins us all. She is talented, attractive, and full of cheer, And I’m sure she’ll be missed when she’s gone next year. Marguerite Wright I’m sure you’ve seen, She’s engaged to a young man named Gene. She sings like a lark when she’s feeling gay — Gee, maybe she’ll be an opera star some day. Now for the last member of the class, Dorothy " Leek, a witty lass. Her laugh is contagious, her stories are funny, And when she is near, everything’s sunny. There, our class has passed in revue, And we’re about ready to bid you adieu. I hope that you have all found joy By thus meeting each senior girl and boy. Now the time has come that we must depart. We each have the wish, deep down in our heart, That whether you end up in the poor house, or own a large estate You’ll still remember this Senior class of nineteen thirty-eight. Page eighteen
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KEEN KEENER a T.7HiiiiiimiiiiiiiimmimiiiiiiinrTTTrrTTTTTTmi:iIl»»»nTTTiiiiiiiiim)iiiininiT.::niii iniimiiiiiimin 1938 BASKETBALL FIRST TEAM : Coach J arret t, M. S (ruble, G. Suffern, T. Moolenaar, B. Shuey, Mgr. Rotven, A. Belstra, F. Moolenaar, R. Myers, M. Bahler, Prin. Mr. May. SECOND TEAM: J. Evans, C. Punter, L. Story, C. Walstra, R. Huhn, A. Terp- stra, C. Moolenaar, C. Boezeman, G. Grevenstuk, K. 7.eck. Date Place T earn 1st. Opp. 2nd. Opp. Nov. 5 There Wbeatfield 17-51 18-27 Nov. 13 There Medaryville 8-42 11-17 Nov. 19 Here Fair Oaks 23-21 13-14 Nov. 23 There La Crosse 9-16 9-23 Dec. 3 Here Mt. Ayr 18-35 14-11 Dec. 9 K. V. T. Fair Oaks 22-29 Dec. 17 Here Kniman — 21- 8 Dec. 17 Here Collegevillc 8-38 Dec. 18 There Tefft 30-21 9-11 Dec. 22 There Morgan Twp. 25-37 12-15 Jan. 7 T here Hebron 16-33 14-21 Jan. 8 Here Morgan Twp. 19-37 12-18 Jan. 14 Here Fair Oaks 38-34 17-22 Jan. 15 T here Routs 25-22 14-13 Jan. 19 " B.” T. T. Rensselaer — 9-26 Jan. 21 Here Tefft 28-34 10-17 Jan. 28 There Mt. Ayr 23-38 12-14 Feb. 4 Here La Crosse 9-22 13-23 Feb. 11 Here Wheatfield 25-48 22-32 Feb. 16 There Remington 29-53 19-25 Feb. 23 Here San Pierre 26-10 15-10 Feb. 24 Here Medaryville 14-41 16-24 Feb. 25 Here Hebron 27-46 18-17 Page twenty
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