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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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G. S. A. Students ' Court 6ikls ' Association Officers Student Cabinet Student Leaders
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THE FIRST IMPRESSION It ' s fun to be a scrub, A scrub so meek and mild, And have the others treat you As if you were a child. To have them smile so ' isely ' Whe n in the halls you pass. To have them stare so loftily When meeting you in class. And say, ' " You do your work in ink? Well, that ' s the best I ' ve heard. You ' ll soon get over that, my dear, You will, upon my word. " And then they nod and really seem To pat you on the head. And act as if they ' d honored you By saying what they said. I really think it ' s quite a joke To see them strut about; Perhaps it ' s well they do. or else We ' d never pick them out. • — Ruth Gene Campbell. L7. DORA AND HER FRIEND ATTEND A MOVIE MATINEE " My, it ' s dark in here I You know I always hate to come to this theatre. Of course if I come ' ith Bob I just hang on to his arm. — Oh. Rose, here ' s two seats here, right in the middle of the center section! Isn ' t this finel — Oh I I beg your pardon 1 I thought this was an empty seatl He needn ' t have been so cross about it I — As if I could help it! Now well have to go all the way back again. There isn ' t room for both of us here. — Here, madam, is this your hat? — You would think people would hang on to their hats, wouldn ' t you? — She said that I stepped all over it. too! Imagine that, after I was kind enough to hand it to her! Well. I know these are two empt seats here. Let ' s try these and see how we like them. Oh, I just can ' t stand this! Look at that big mountain ahead of me! I can ' t see a thing! — Oh look, she ' s leaving! What luck! — Why. I ' ve seen this picture before. — What, you think you ' ll like it? Oh, I know you won ' t! You know the hero gets drowned in the end. Oh yes, they ' re acquitting him of murder now. In the next scene he is put in jail. — Xo. I don ' t like this picture. It ' s too sad. The hero dro Mis, and the heroine dies of a broken heart. — Why, did you hear that cat behind me? She said she wished I would keep still. — Such impoliteness! " — -Eleanor Moles, H9.
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