Grand Junction High School - Tiger Yearbook (Grand Junction, CO)

 - Class of 1929

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I, Q e f f Seniors Romcm' DENSLOWV President HAIKOLD THOMPSON Vice President R. H. ARMS Adviser MOTTO : Don't flinch, don't foulg hit the line hard. COLORS: Red and White. FLOWER: American Beauty Rose. JAMES ARMS Secretary-Treasurer

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C1388 I When we go back to that first feeble dawn Of intellect, we marvel much, we pause to swan. We looked up to the Sophomores and stopped to say, "Gee Whiz, won't we be glad when we're like them, some day?" We surely were smart, that is, for our age, We studied Latin and Algebra because it was the ra e. Gordon Jines 'was elected as president of our class: V And as June rolled around we felt sure we'd not pass. But most of us did, because we worked so hard. You'd think it from seeing the grades on each card. No more was our color considered as green When we received our credits. Say, wasn't it keen? II. In September we came rback to school fresh and new. Ed Woolverton was chosen to manage our crew. In basketball and track the Sophs surely did shine: . In football Red Hiatt, Herb and Shep hit the line. As Sophomores We thought that we knew every- thing, But before we were Juniors a new song we did sing. In the Senior Assembly we each had a seat Among Juniors and Seniorsg it couldn't be beat. At last we were through with our Sophomore year: Soon we'd be Juniors with nothing to fear: For we knew that next fall we'd return to our studies, Glad to be back with our chums and our buddies. III. Ha, now we're returning with grins on our faces: We smile at the teachers and learn our new placesg But it doesn't take lon-g to get into the swim, As our studies we tackle with vigor and vim. We elected Oral Shepardson as our class presi- dent, And Mr. Craven, as adviser, with the class his time spent. For our colors we chose silver and roseg We had a motto-you know how it goes. History The Tigers Con the football team were Juniors, of course,J Swept their opponents before themg it couldn't be Worse, To have seen North Denver, Paonia and Durango Get beaten so bwd that themselves they could strangle. Q In basketball, too, the Juniors did great, Helping the team take third in the stateg On debating, rhetoricals and the scholarship team We strutted our stuff, and with brightness did gleam. For the Junior-Senior we all had hot datesg We danced, ate dinner and stayed out very lateg It was our 'parting farewell to the Class of '28, Which to us Juniors seemed high and sedate. "Ta ta, old beans," chirped we Juniors with glee: "We'll take your places next year, don't cha see. Thanks for willing to us your great knowledgeg We wish you success both in life and at college." IV. Now we are Seniors, noble and proudg For four long years through our work we've plowed. For Senior Class lpresident Bob Denslow was chosen, And in front of the class he did all his posin'. At the Senior-Junior we stomped and pranced: With our partners gaily through the gym we danced. A more joyous crowd will never be found, For in mirth and laughter it did abound. Our class play we chose, oh, such a play! In our memory 'twill linger for ma11y a day. "Yes, Yes, Go On" was a roaring success, Miss Ela, as director, surely k11ew her business. Bob Denslow, as Bobby, was such a fine actor That he made a big hit and caused much ,laugh- terg Marian, as grandmother, was so snappy and smart She helped Bobby to win Jazzmine, the girl of his heart. It has been a great life for all of usg VVe won't complain or make a fuss: We have enjoyed every moment, dear school, so grandg Thank you, old friend, for your helping hand.

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