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G. S. A. Students ' Court 6ikls ' Association Officers Student Cabinet Student Leaders
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IN MEMORIAM (To the Dole Flyers) Those hungry deep sea waters, That roll and toss and moan, So deep, so grave, so vast and high. So full of awe alone. There sailed the birds of silent wings. There sailed they, calm and high. When land and sea are conquered both. They seek to conquer sky. Through fogs of sheer discouragement Again they pierce with light. Through gravest of experiments There falls o ' er them, the night. No one may know, or ever know. Their fate, or where they lie, But only of their bravery To conquer, now, the sky. The waters rolled in angry mist And caught their human prey; They surged, and fell, and then again Rolled shoreward on their way; How anxious watched so many eyes For those brave flyers ' flight. So on they watched with careful eyes Dark night after dark night. Peaceful was the moon that shone, And shed a silver path On those who sacrificed their lives Unto the water ' s wrath. And so no more they watched the waves; They watched no more the sky With tears; they gave their gratitude With flowers where they lie. To them we give our gratitude Where waves so mournful cry, For those who tried but fell, and failed To conquer well, the sky. So on the ocean rolls away Unconquered by the brave. Merely ' neath its cruel depths It gave to them a grave. — Nelda Inslee, H8.
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G. A. A. 11 OFFICERS President - - _ Moser Vice-President --------- Garwood Stevenson Secretary Elizabeth Hamilton Treasurer ---------- Laurence Wills Social Secretary --------- Ardith Fluharty Girls ' Athletic Manager - - . . . . Ethel Lindquist Boys ' Athletic Manager Lloyd Gustafson STUDENT COURT Chief Justice - - - - - - - - - - Jack Dawson Associate Justice - -- -- -- -- Galen Sturgeon Clerk Carolyn Cook GIRLS ' ASSOCIATION President - Ardith Fluharty Vice-President - - - - - - - - - - Carol Jones Secretary Eleanor Leavens Treasurer - -- -- Sybil Biscomb WHERE DID OUR SCHOOL GET ITS NAME? Once there was a man by the name of James A. Garfield. He was an American soldier and statesman, and the twelfth president of the United States. He was the fourth president to die in office and the second to meet a martyr ' s death. Garfield was a self-made man. He had perseverance and courage. He was one of the world ' s greatest teachers. He was also a great leader. For the following reasons our school has the right and honor to be named after him. He was a soldier. So are the boys and girls of our school, for we belong to the great army that is striving for an education. He was a statesman. All of us are trying to live up to the high moral standards set by this statesman. He had perseverance and courage. Most of us have the will power and courage to stick to the tasks which we start or which have been assigned to us. He was a great teacher. We have better teachers in our school than in any other school I have attended. He was a leader. Our school is also a leader. We lead all the other schools in studies and athletics. Let ' s keep up the good work! — Jack Dawson, H9. OUTSTANDING OWLS Best students Allen Altman Barbara Brock Best athletes Charles Bertoli Ethel Lindquist Best musicians John Eltchinoff Ruth Larkin Tallest Galen Sturgeon Annie Haenisch Shortest Eugene Raftery Eleanor Leavens Most helpful Laurence Wills Helen Buchanan
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