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G. S. A. OFFICERS AUGUST TO DECEMBER, 193 3 Charles Fender, President Lilian Hennessey, Social Secretary Audrey Ellis, Vice-President Kenneth Slusser, Bo) s ' Athletic Manager Delia Ann Rogers, Secretary Margaret Beauchamp, Girls ' Athletic Hope Merrall, Treasurer Manager Bob McCarthy, Yell Leader GRADUATION Class Day exercises of the graduating class will be held on Wednesday morning, December 13, at 9:30 o ' clock. At this program will be given the class statistics, the class will, and the regular graduation musical numbers. The representative and honor students will receive their awards. The entire school will attend. The graduation exercises will be held on Thursday morning, Decem- ber 14, at 9:30 o ' clock. The program will be attended by parents and friends of the graduates, and by the members of the Low Ninth grade. The musical numbers will be appropriate to the Christmas season and will include a solo by George Agee; a chorus by a High Ninth music group; a song by the entire graduating class; and selections by the orchestra. Charles Fender will give the welcome from the graduates, and Mildred Parker will present the class gift. Louis Landau will be the alumni speaker. Other numbers are being arranged as this is written. The Parent-Teacher Association will give a party for the graduates on Thursday afternoon. Howard S. Cook.
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HI George Scott I Ray Sears 1 Nina Shneyeroff Phil Simpson V a 1 nil b.ater Kenneth Slusser 1 Ed Smith Sheila Smith ' J ■ Bob Strehl Edith Swannell Anna Sylva Richard Tansey H Vertus 1 aylor Ruth Thomas Lorraine Trottier Eleanor Vandecar I 1 i Margaret Viglia j Victor Waithman Elaine Walsh 1 Robert Ward iNma ivieu vveDDer Patricia Wells Margaret Westerlund Bob White i ivyn w nitecnat Eleanor Wiley 1 Stanton Williams Clyde Wilson 1 FT 4 r . Jim W oodville 1 ■ Ruth Worthington Jean Youngberg Julia Larson 1
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GLEANER STAFF FALL TERM 193 3 Editor-in-Chief — Nancy Miller Assistant Editors Literary — Howard Cook Art — Bill Brock Poetry — Betty Lou Howard Bus. Manager — Bert Bertolero Jokes — Edward De Lanoy Circidation — Payson Roseland Exchanges — Ernest Halmetoja EDITORIAL The whistle has sounded, and the anchor is being Hfted. The graduating class of 1933 is shortly to leave the harbor of Garfield where it has been moored for three short years. As we look back on the school which has given us so many happy and some sorrowful memories, we shall always remember it as our first stop in our plotted course of life. The many happy hours which we spent in activities and study will come to our minds long after our ship has arrived safely at other ports. Although there is a feeling of sadness at leaving, we know that the training and help which we have received has prepared us to face whatever conditions we may meet in the harbors to which we are destined. As the evening sun casts its shadow on the harbor of Garfield, we leave with con- fidence that it will rise in a more glorious dawn. Nancy Miller — The Editor.
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