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Tl-IE CLASS OF 1921
Diary of O. U. Senyur
Class l listorians
GREEN and BLACK
Harold Austin, Gordon Partridge, Bloomfield Russell
Estelle Dearstyne, Dorothy Dickinson, Mary Wilson
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Commencement will soon bring to a close the High School
career of the Class of l92l. Throughout the last four years
we have been preparing almost unconsciously for this day, but
now that our work is nearly completed, we more vividly realize
the immense value that this preparation has been to us, and
regret that more has not been made of the opportunities pre-
sented to us for our help. From the disorganized ranks of
Freshmen we have gradually advanced until we are now a
united class, closely bound together by friendship, and devo-
tion to our class and school.
It is our good fortune to have been bom at such a time that
we have been able to witness the greatest war in history, and
to have had a part, during our early days in I-Iigh School, in
bringing it to a successful close. lt is now our duty to con-
scientiously do all that we can in the solving of the many pro-
blems attendant upon reconstruction.
The class has always taken an active interest in athletics.
Individually, several of our members have held positions on
the basket ball court, the gridiron, the diamond and the track.
Collectively, we have supported the Athletic Association by
our membership, and have handed over to them the proceeds
from our two entertainments, the annual public speaking con.
test and our Senior play, "The Merchant of Venice."
The class has fostered one new project, a school magazine.
"The Iroquois" is not wholly a Senior production, but the
Senior influence has been predominant.
We of the Class of 1921 have done our best to make an
eminent record and it is hoped that it is such that it will be
looked up to in the future, and that the good reputation of the
school may be better for our having been in it. Whatever
the future may have in store for us, may we always remain
true to our Alma Mater.
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Valedictoriang "Merchant of Venice" IV:
"Madam Butterfly" IVg A. A. I, II, III.
"Whence is thy learning? Hath thy toil
O'er books consumed the midnight oil?"
MATILDA ATIYEI-I-"Tillie," "Mat,"
Public Speaking IV, Volley Ball II, III, IVg
A. A. I, II, III, IV.
"I cannot tell what the dickens her name
WILLIAM HAROLD AUSTIN-"Austy."
Senior Class Treasurer: Commencement
Speakerg Business Manager "Red and
Black" IV: "Merchant of Venice" IV, Bas-
ket Ball IV: A. A. I, II, III, IV.
"On with the dance! let joy be uncon-
GORDON S. BARNUM-"Gord"
Public Speaking IV, Business Manager
"Iroquois" IV: "Merchant of Venice" IV,
"Lincoln" IV: Glee Club IV: A. A. I, II,
"Nowhere so busy a man as he there is
And yet he seemed busier than he was.'
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