Evening High School - Owl Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)

 - Class of 1939

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956 OWL 1939 V SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS EDWARD C. DeWITT AGNES MOONEY President Vice-President DONALD E. CRANE DORIS MAE STEVENS Treasurer Secretary Eleven

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C3745 OWL w Message From The President Of The Senior Class TO THE MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS: It is With mixed feelings of happiness and sorrow that I extend my last message to the class of '39. I am deeply grateful for the honor which you bestowed upon me at the beginning of the year but the position of my office means far less than the expres- sion of confidence and trust which you placed in me. The ready assistance of a splendid staff of officers has made my job a pleasant one. I congratulate you upon the successful completion of your high school work. Your perseverance in attending school night after night When perhaps it meant many sacrifices shows a de- termination that is bound to triumph Your persistence in the pursuit of education proves an aggressiveness that Will overcome all obstacles. As you leave Evening High School do not forget that here you received the diploma that Will enable you to go on to higher fields of education and other pursuits of endeavor. Here you have formed friendships and habits of industry that will endure throughout your lite. We should be conscious of a great debt of gratitude to those who have helped us attain this goal and feel a deep respect for the principles of government Which makes such a system of education possible. The task of saying farewell is too great for me. I cannot bring myself to contemplate such a solemn benediction. Rather, let this be a happy Wish of good luck and God-speed and a fond hope that we shall meet With smiling faces and a hearty handshake many times in the future. EDWARD C. DeWITT, President Class of '39. Ten



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C746 OWL 193s; SENIOR CLASS HISTORY With the end of the school year at last in view, it is time to take a glance backward and review the crowded events of the past months before the long awaited Commencement Night arrives. The first formal meeting of the Senior Class was held on November 10, and after its organization, the following officers were elected: President .................................. Edward C. DeWitt Vice-President ......................... . . . .Edward A. Kerins Secretary .................................. Doris Mae Stevens Treasurer ...................................... Donald Crane The remainder of the meeting was devoted to a discussion of the school activities tor the coming year and the project ot publishing THE OWL was brought to the lloorl and finally decided upon. The possibility of a Christmas Assembly was discussed, and was agreed upon. This resulted later in a gathering which was a pronounced social and artistic success. The second meeting was held on Ianuary ll. The matter of class dues was presented to the members. The sum of $3.50 plus an additional 50C for photo- graphs was suggested by Mr. DeWitt, and approved by a majority of those present. Plans for the publication of the Yearbook followed in due course, and the matter of a Mid-Year Dance was vigorously discussed pro and con before its final approval This aflair was held at Levering Hall on February 3, and was a tremendous success; thoroughly enjoyed by all those who attended. On February 20, another meeting was called by Mr. Schmied and all the class members were urged to pay their class clues at the earliest moment. The possibility of a Senior Prom was brought up, but no definite decision was reached. The question of suitable attire at the Commencement Exer- cises was discussed, and it was concluded that the ladies would follow the precedent set by former years and wear white gowns, while the gen- tlemen would wear white suits. On May 1, a meeting was called at which the date of Commencement was set at Iune 8. The class was told that the last few nights of school would be devoted to rehearsals for this occasion. It was at this time that the Seniors learned that heW. ................ It was at this time that the Senior: learned that their vice-president Ed- ward Kerins, had found it necessary to resign from school due to ill-hectltnt Miss Agnes Mooney was appointed to fill the position and was duly elected by a majority ol the Seniors at the final meeting of the class. In taking leave of the Evening High School, we say cm revoir and fully know that we shall meet in other walks of lite. To the class of 1940, we extend our heartiest wishes for a pleasant and successful senior year. We envy them their opportunity of spending a year which we are sure will be as full oi happiness and gratification as our year, 1939, has been. DORIS MAE STEVENS, Secretary, Twelve

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