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Page 14 text:
YEARS 0F ACTIUN
0N ALL THREE FRUNTS
THESE are a few of the classes we have attended
during our three years at Erankford. Our courses
have been varied so that each one of us could have
both those we needed and those we wanted.
We will remember dissecting worms and frogs
in Biology class, talking about our purpose in life
in English class, making tourniauets or taking pulse
with one hand while someone bandaged the other
in Eirst Aid. We will never forget singing favorite
ditties in foreign language classes,
ln our social studies classes, we have learned to
combat the criminal and insure the best to those
who are to follow. We built the body beautiful
with our dancing, exercising, and apparatus work
under the competent leadership of ever helpful
But work has not been our only purpose or ac-
complishment through these years. Our vvork was
supplemented by war time emergency activities.
Among these was our extremely successful War
Bond Drive, in which we went past our goal by
selling thirty-six thousand dollars lS36,000l in
War Bonds and Stamps. In addition to the annual
basket making for those poor or deserving families
who could not afford a Christmas dinner, we col-
lected money to supply kits for soldiers.
These have been very busy and happy years.
Page 16 text:
A BUSY PLACE
'I'l-lE Frankford annex of Central Fligh School,
with lylr, George Alvin Snook ,as teacher to
thirty-seven students, opened in September, 1910,
The year 1911 witnessed the organization of the
Student Board and Ye Monks, ln 1912 Mr, Row-
land Ruddrauff drew the school seal and the follow-
ing year the Alumni Association was formed. The
cornerstone of the present building was laid in
1915 and in the same year lylr. Snook was elected
principal. At that time girls were first admitted.
Mr. Barfoot was the first Frankford l-ligh School
student to return as a teacher, The lylemorial
Stadium was dedicated in 1922 and a few years
later the first "l-ligh Way" was published and the
organ dedicated. ln 1931 Drs Frank l.. Cloud be-
came Frankford's new principal. The ninth grades
were moved in 1933 to the Ethan Allen Annex,
In that year Frankford defeated Gratz for the
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