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GLEANER STAFF OF FALL 1934 Editor Assistant Editor Literary Editor Poetry Editor Art Editor Joke Editor . Business Manager Marjorie McKee Kay Mitchelson Sheila Chandler Janice Gray Hinsdale Latour Norman Sloane Jim Beale GLEANER ASSISTANTS Bob Aldea, Dorothy Alldredge, Jane Armitage, Chester Berggren, Barbara Biscomb, John Bogard, Muriel Boyd, John Brenneis, Bob Busby, Jack Carleton, Olive Clarke, Virginia Clarke, Ruth Cone, Gorden Connell, Patricia Danforth, Betty Drury, Ralph Dufour, Patsy Feyen, Bill Fontenrose, Susie Belle Fowler, Gwen Gerken, Mildred Fland, Dorothy Heck, Noreen Higgins, Marshall Hunt, Mary Keating, Berneice Masters, Bob McCarthy, Madelyn McGlynn, Jane McGowan, Dallas Noble, Janice Pape, Patty Jane Parrish, James Porterfield, George Prideaux, Marilyn Ricker, Constance Robinson, Marjorie Roehm, Frank Ryan, Henrietta Samuely, Jack Selsted, Elinor Skimmings, Joanne Taylor, Frank Thomas, Jack Webber. EDITORIAL New occasions teach new duties, Time makes ancient good uncouth. They must upward still and onward. Who would keep abreast of truth. Lo, before us gleamed the campfires, We, ourselves, must Pilgrims be, Launch our Mayflower and steer it boldly, Through the Desperate Winter Sea, Nor attempt the future portals With the past’s blood-rusted key.” Those were stirring and primitive times when they discovered an America, launched a Mayflower, or founded a mission in the wilderness. They needed, and had, great leaders. Today we need leaders, just as strong and courageous, to lead us out of a period of economic stress. We ourselves may not have suffered during this period, but we have seen its distress and unhappiness reflected in the lives of those about us. Perhaps this may help us to become more thoughtful, prudent men and women, more mindful of the welfare of others. The problems of the future can be solved only through education and we know that the training we have received for the past three years will always stand us in good stead. Now we go forward to new experiences. Let us do so confidently and courageously, for We, ourselves, must Pilgrims be, Launch our Mayflower and steer it boldly” Through an unfamiliar sea. The Editor.
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LITERATURE This term Garfield sponsored a short story and poetry contest. A committee of teachers decided on the following as the winners of the poetry contest: First, Vers Libre, Marjorie McKee; second, The Storm: A Sonnet, Patricia Parrish; third, Homesickness, Barbara Matthews; April, Patricia Danforth; Trini- dad, Betty Ricker. Honorable mention: Catherine Mitchelson, Janice Pape, Emily Stout, Frank Ryan, Elinor Skimmings, Allen Sugden, John Brenneis, Gwendolyn Gerken, Jack Selsted, Madelyn McGlvnn. The winners of the short story contest are: First, Flanders Field, Phillip Taylor; second, Mystery in the Storm, John Brenneis; third, Chornie, Betty Ricker. Honorable mention: Marjorie McKee, Bob McCarthy, Melville Puterbaugh, Madelyn McGlvnn, Olive Clarke, Mercedes Stroube, Nancy MacCaughey. Vers Libre It often makes me smile to think How in another time l used to think that poems were poems, And so, as such, must rhyme. But things are different now, you see; No longer do I frozen, And when I needs must rr poe a poem,” With smiles 1 sit me down. For some kind friend of mine indeed, Invented modern verse, So now I write the following stuff, And sometimes even ivorse. My soul. Exposed to the cruel, hard sunlight, it cringes. Yet ’tis depant. I watch it curiously, lying in the siveet Lush Grass, The winged beetles make their way towards home. Making Tiny paths. 1 love the sea. Retrospect Marjorie McKee, High Niue
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