Eau Claire High School - Beaver Tales Yearbook (Eau Claire, MI)

 - Class of 1949

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Can't see why they picked ue for grumblers after we hare been trying to be euch little angele, but It look like now we'll hare to ehow our feelings and stop pretending. I can't understand why all the teachers send their work to the typists when our hands are so cold we have to wear gloves. Now that we have our new boiler It seems like we could have Just a little more heat on chilly mornings. Why can't we have our old typewriters back so there won't be so many tall, dark and handsome repairmen around distracting the SENIOR girls from tnelr studies? It seems to me that we should have some librarians so that the SENIORS could read the magazines before they are torn to bits by lower classmen. Why can't the school buy some pencil sharpeners so every one can get A's In Chemistry? It seems as though we could have at least two eresers In the science room so we wouldn't have to hear Mr. Miller and Mr. Penn- ington griping. Why Is It that Mrs. Carter expects all of us to starve Just because she Is on a diet? I wish Christmas trees were Just a little, yes even a little cheaper. It seems as though we'll be working forever paying Interest on that eight dollars. I still can't understand how the policemen can be the first to the cafeteria when they are supposed to be watching the halls. I don't understand why the lower classmen won't sponsor more dances so the seniors won't have to loose their money. Why Is It that the teachers can talk out loud in study hall and tne students can't even whisper without the added remark lts getting too noisy In here I ? Why doesn't the school board make It possible for the seniors to have a room for class meetings with lounging chairs, nice soft music, and sound proof walls? Then we wouldn't have to worry about the lower classmen capturing our Ideas. It seems like we could have Just a few more assemblies with movies, oh, educational of course, after all the work the alumni put toward the projector. It seems to me that the lower classmen don't give the sen- iors enough seniority. Why can't the SENIORS have their own private lockers In the halls so we won't have to stack our coats up when we arrive late. Also why can't the girls have a key to the upstairs lav for basketball gemes or have some mirrors downstairs wo we don't have to be ashamed of our school when we have guests. Can't see why the SENIORS can't have half hour classes after three years of hard studying. Why can't we have a bigger platform for the study hall desk so we won't have to worry about Mr. Miller falling off and Injuring him self. You know we would all hate to miss those Chemistry TESTS. How about these teachers and their special privilege of having tnelr alnners saved for them.. Shouldn't It be the SENIORS ? ? ? ? ? . 2, -r Jr' S Ruth Waldo 7SCL 13

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 We started high school in September 19 5. The enrollment was thirty- two. Class members were: Jack Blake, Art Kalinas, Raymond Jahnke, Ron- ald Karn. Frank Bell, Wayne Thumm, Rich. Keigley, Douglas Wendzel, Fred Sells, Richard Mattner, Jim Watson, Clifford Arent, Bill Kunst, Gloria Briney, Joann Enders, Pat LaVanway, Rosalea Kirk, Ethel Hoover, Eunice Thalmann, Delores Avery, Ruth Waldo, Donna Souers, Carole Welcher, Anna Bell, Joyce Wade, Ruth Flugrat, Shirley Valutis, Ester Goins, Georgia Murphy, Phyllis Collins, Anna Mae Lloyd, and Lillian Atkinson. Class Officers that year were: President, Douglas Wendzel: Vice President, Carole Welcher: Secretary, Art Kalinas: and Treasurer, Jack Blake. In September, 19 +6 we started our second year of high school with twenty members. They were: Gloria Briney, Joann Enders, Pat LaVanway, Rosalea Kirk, Ethel Hoover, Ruth Waldo, Eunice Thalmann, Delores Avery, Donna Souers, Carole Welcher, Anna Bell, Joyce Wade, Ruth Flugrat, Jack Blake, Art Kalinas, Raymond Jahnke, Ronald Karn, Jack Aubill, Frank Bell and Johnny Creighton. Class Officers for that year were: President, Art Kalinas; Vice Pres- ident, Ruth Flugrat; Secretary, Johnny Creighton; and Treasurer, Jack Blake. In September, 19 +7 we started our Junior year in high school with fifteen members. They were as follows: Gloria Briney, Joann Enders, Pat LaVanway, Rosalea Kirk, Ethel Hoover, Eunice Thalmann, Delores Avery, Ruth Waldo, Donna Souers, Carole Welcher, Jack Blake, Art Kalinas, Ray Jahnke, Ronald Karn, and Jack Aubill. The Class Officers of that year were: President, Art Kalinas; Vice President, Rosalea Kirk; Secretary, Carole Welcher; and Treasurer Pat LaVanway. In September, 19 8 we started our Senior year in high school with thirteen members. They were: Gloria Briney, Joann Enders, Pat LaVanway, Rosalea Kirk, Ethel Hoover, Eunice Thalmann, Ruth Waldo, Delores Avery, Donna Souers, Carole Welcher, Donna Durham, Art Kalinas, and Ronala Karn. The Class Officers for the year were: President, Rosalea Kirk; Vice President, Carole Welcher; Secretary, Pat LaVanway, and Treasurer, Gloria Briney. u



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Senior Class Poem ach and every Senior iThat passes through these doors, Has knowledge, pride and memories Which he forever adores. Although we've had to work and strive, Our goals are most complete And into the fast and moving world We have joys and sorrows to meet. o nusual as this class really is We're not always as good as can be Now take Arthur, our athletic man, The nickname of five has he. C arole is the studious one, Her marks were always high As an English instructor she sees herself As she gazes into the sky. et's say a few good things about Pat Who was always warm and true, Accompanying for Glee Club, printing our paper What more could we ask her to do? » A. gal with ambition we like to see L JSo Joann has been selected To giggle or laugh and yell at the games, Her cheers were to be expected. En studies, activities or with the gang Or out on the basketball floor, Rosalea Kirk as cheerleader proved, Our friend forevermore. uthie Waldo, so timid and shy, Or so it has been said When an out of the ordinary question is asked What makes your face so red? m thel with her artistic hand Drew covers for the paper this If the dress designers attract In California she'll appear. year, her enough

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