Dover High School - Tiger Yearbook (Dover, NJ)

 - Class of 1950

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THE SAFARI BEGINS CLASS HISTORY lf you remember the words of the song, "Down Where the Rockaway Flows," there is a line that says, "the Freshmen are verdant." Well, when the Class "o" '50, that's us, came to the halls of D.H.S., we weren't any different. Though green as grass, we showed to everyone that this was a class that they'd not soon forget. Awkward as we were, we took our place in the school and proudly took part in its activities. The important position of adviser to our class was held by the capable Miss Elena Haviar. In those days we entrusted the course we would steer to the following oilicers: President-Joe DiPasqualeg Vice-President--Luther Millerg Secretary-Mary Amatuccig and Treasurer-Charles Summerer. They guided us well and we followed an admirable course. Came the following September and no more would we walk through the portals of our noble Alma Mater as lowly and despicable Freshmen. For then we were Sophomores! Another step had been taken along life's long trail, and the past was forgotten as we looked ahead to another year at D.H.S. With experience to rest on and more mature minds we were able to take more than our part in activities and do more of our share than we did as Frosh. Looking back over the records, we see many members of the Class of '50 who were outstanding in the life of the school. This year we elected as our ofiicers: President-joe DiPasqualeg Vice-President-Luther Millerg Treasurer-jim Boinestg Secretary-June Briant. Our class adviser for this year was Miss Elizabeth Connors. Our junior year was an outstanding one, marked with many traditional and interesting events. Our first task was to again choose our class oificers. The results of the election were: President-Eleanor: Fogartyg Vice-President-Joe Espositog Secretary-Helen Poulosg and Treasurer-Dean Tuttle. Our cap- able class adviser was Mrs. Muriel Anderson. Next on the agenda was the choice of the class ring. The voting was close and the rectangular shaped ring won ODI. The cold winter was brightened up when our rings were delivered. When the winter left and spring came again, all thoughts turned to the Junior- Senior prom. The committee had many meetings and finally decided on a "Fiesta" for the theme. The decorations, bright and colorful, lent a gay atmosphere to the prom. It was an affair which will not soon be forgotten. As the year came to an end, it came time for the Student Government elections. The tra- ditional task of electing the officers of the Student Government that would be the head of the student body was now the main issue. Things got started with a long and colorful campaign which ended with an assembly at which the candidates were presented and the campaign speeches were made. When the ballots were counted, we had elected as our leaders: President--Duane Eltedahlg Vice-President-Jasper Sullivang Secretary-Eleanor Fogartyg Treasurer-Joseph DiPasquale. And so ended our Junior year. For the last time we entered Dover High on that September morn. At last we were Seniors. The last rung on the ladder, graduation, was in sight. And as the Senior classes of the past, we assumed the leadership and responsibility of the student body. We chose, as the executives of our class, for the last time: President-Robert Gilkysong Vice-President-Dick Painterg Secretary-Irma Bryantg Treasurer- Bill Dartnell. As graduation claims our "Class of 'S0," we can look back over the four years that we spent at our Alma Mater and say "well done." For never had D.H.S. been graced with such as the Class of '50, Outstanding in everything from sports to studies, we have a record that will be hard to beat. And so we bid farewell to our Alma Mater.

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