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PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE TO GRADUATES Usually the principal’s message to the graduates is written just before the Gleaner is printed, and is a message of farewell. This year, the situation is different. You will be with us for several weeks after the Gleaner is issued. A farewell at this time would not be appropriate. Therefore, we shall, instead, wish — ff A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year To the Prospective Midwinter Graduates of the Garfield Junior High.” May you return after a happy vacation, ready to enjoy three weeks of profitable, satisfactory school life, which will remain with you as pleasant memories of your closing days at Garfield. A great army of boys and girls — five thousand three hundred eighty-four — have preceded you as Garfield graduates. Many of them have made and are making notable success of their lives. May each of you find a place among the best of that goodly number. You can take no better guide for the conduct of your life than the ideals portrayed by the splendid words inscribed on the walls of our school court: Labor, Learning, Responsibility, Reverence; Courage, Integrity, Vision, Service!
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i A YYLerry Christmas and iA Happy dS[ew Year TO ONE OF Garfield ' s best teachers, ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE THIS SEMESTER, ENJOYING LIFE IN THE GREAT CITY, NEW YORK. IN FANCY WE CAN HEAR HER SINGING, ff CALIFORNIA, HERE I COME!” OUR NEW YEAR WILL BE HAPPIER BECAUSE SHE WILL BE WITH US AGAIN. WELCOME HOME TO Mrs. Helen Kleeberger!
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FACULTY Principal Secretary Hexxessey, D. L. . Cannon, M a Belle A. Archer, Mrs. Kate W. Arendt, Marion, Counselor Bagnall, Mrs. Franklin Barry, Margaret Boehne, Fred Brubaker, Emma Brush, Charlotte Collar, Gladys Corley, Flarold P. Davis, Mrs. Dorothy Dyson, Mrs. Margaret Fisk, Katharine Flanders, F. A. Fraser, Ann ie Mills Gavin, Mrs. Isabel Gay, Adella Goode, Beatrice Groefsema, Christine Grover, Harriet Hamsher, Alice Hughes, Samuel Kelton, Genevieve, Counselor Kidwell, Ruth Kilkenny, Mrs. Myrtle Laurens, Helene Leland, S. J. Lowrey, Mary McLeod, Annie Mally, Alfreda Martin, Helen Minzyk, John Montagne, Mrs. Alberta E. Morse, Blanche Mossman, Edith L. Xealson, ASTillis S. O’Neill, Mrs. Dorah D. Osgood, Mrs. Blanche Patton, Bessie Patton, Elizabeth Perry, H. D. Piatt, Mrs. Mona Skinner Riley, Irma Rowell, Mrs. Evelyn Rushforth, Robert Russ, Mrs. Helen, Counselor Shriver, Mrs. Edna Smith, Mrs. Iva Stone, Nell Stout, Harriet M. Whitney. Roslyn Mae Wilkes, Mrs. Emma Wilson, Flora Schwinley, Florence (substitute) Strong, Louise (substitute) SPECIAL TEACHERS AND ASSISTANTS Bellus, Mrs. Ruth Assistant Librarian Hibbard, Mrs. Mary Assistant Secretary Foster, Georgia P., Nurse De Witt, Carlton Playground Director Menefee, Mrs. Dolly P. Cafeteria M anager Petitt, Mrs. Bessie L., Natron Kimbell, S. B., Head Custodian Hoag, Jac k, Custodian Odom, Joseph, Custodian Post, C. C., Custodian CLASS STATISTICS The Fall, 1934, Class Statistics are more imposing than those of pre- vious years. Our heights, if we stood on top of each other, would tower approximately 821 feet 2 inches. Our average age is 14 1 ? years. The sizes of our boys’ shoes range from size 6 to size 12, and the girls’ from size 4AA to the unknown. Our weights if added together would ring the bell at 11,229 pounds for the boys, and at 8,478 pounds for the girls. The individual weight range is from 62 pounds to 210 pounds for the boys, and from 6 5 pounds to 160 pounds for the girls. Our ages if added to- gether would date back about 5350 years, to the year 1616 B.C. There are 96 boys and 109 girls in the class. Our class motto is What we are to be, we are now becoming.” Ted Deetrich, High Nine.
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