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Larry Dee sen
eniofz Class C essage
T IS almost impossible to express for the senior class all that we would like
to say. However, we all agree on one thing-we shall miss Galileo and all
that associated with it, and as We go our different ways, pleasant memories of
our years here will linger.
The members of this year's graduating class have been extremely active in
student body affairs, in the school publications and in various clubs and societies,
and have been most outstanding in scholarship and athletics.
The class of June 1938 has sponsored and presented many social events,
among which were the Hard Times dance held at the California Club on
May 13, and Senior Day on April 8. These programs were extremely successful.
The final and perhaps most important event is the Senior Prom which is to be
held at the California Country Club on June 10.
The success which the senior class activities have had is largely due to the
cooperation of its ollicers-Patt Classen, vice-president, Carol Agosti, secretary,
Betty Billings, treasurer, and Marion Murphy, representative.
President of the High Senior Class.
Carol Agosti Betty Billings Marion Murphy
Secretary Treufurer Repre.ren1u!i1'e
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