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Ivlichael Rohde, Mary Wipfler, Margaret lvlary Shannon and Charles Fouhy. We then
delved into the mysteries of Chemistry, Cicero, etc. Being so engrossed in those interesting
subjects we found little time for outside activities. However, a goodly number of
Iuniors joined the newly organized "Atomic Circlefl
The second term found us up and doing. Abundant pep was manifested in our
"Iamboree" Qjust another name for a carnivalj, which was rather a huge success and all
that sort of thing. Then came April twenty-seventh---Iunior Day-sweet memories. The
assembly presented was greeted joyously as was befitting an affair with guest speakers,
skits, trumpet solos, and plays. ln the evening, according to time-honored custom, we
feted the Seniors with the annual Iunior-Senior banquet at the Mark Twain Hotel. There
we ate, drank and were merry-but did we die? No, because a good many lived to top
the mighty summits of the Enna Iettick Park roller coaster at the class picnic in Iune.
Several eminent members of the class brought that grand year to a close by setting a record
in marathon walking.
Seniors arise! Gird on thy swords and go valiantly forth to battle! Like old veterans
we proceeded with the ritual of election. Arthur Smith, Firmina Sweeney, Shirley Gilroy,
and Iohn Mack-left to right in the usual order of president, vice-president, secretary, and
treasurer-were invested. VVith a smash, bang and a good time for all we started the year
with a carnival. During the course of the evening the lights became so tired of jumping
and dancing that they went to sleep. But a new fuse soon awakened them, and the merry-
making proceeded unhindered.
December found us Hlled with gay holiday spirit. So we imparted our good cheer
to the school by presenting an assembly. We raised our voices in song-aheml and the
school raised its hands to its ears-oops! we mean to applaud. 'Everybody Got just What
He Wanted" when Santa Claus appeared with presents and candy canes. It was successful
---welre glad it was-and we like to remember it. In the evening we joined hands with the
Iuniors in giving a Christmas party. Fun and frolic and a gay holiday season were ours.
On February twenty-eighth, the Senior play, 'KGlass Dishes," was presented at the Dunn
Memorial Building. The cast gave public and perfect evidence of their ability. The senior
class is proud of those talented members. For as has been said so often--"Glass Dishes" was
a "smash hit.',
Our days at Catholic High are numbered. True, several joyful events are yet to come
fthe Senior Prom-and then that night of victory-graduation. But still we shall soon
leave this loving shelter.
Some day in the distant future when this history of the class of 1938 of the Catholic
High shall be completed upon the books in Heaven, may it be a record of lives lived in
strict accordance with the teachings of our beloved Alma Mater.
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