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H arle ni ('. o n s o I i I a t e d II i ft li School
Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen
Harlem will long remember the JUNIORS! Team work, good sportsmanship, determination and talent! Tell them one day that they must prepare a program for the next day, and it is done pronto. The sponsors, Mrs. Doyle and Mr. Joyce, guided them beautifully on a happy and profitable year. The officers: PRESIDENT—Roger Greenlee, VICE-PRESIDENT—Joyce Carlson. SECRETARY—Violet Nelson. TREASURER—Mildred McKern, met all the qualifications for performing school and civic tasks.
Right on the heels of these good competitors follow the wise-old-owl SOPHOMORES. Right out in front in the race. Mrs. Stamper and Mr. Young have enjoyed their co-sponsorship of this peppy group. Promptness and organization seemed to be their slogan. The officers, who as if by magic saw their duties and performed them, were PRESIDENT—Joe Fleming, VICE-PRESIDENT — David Fair. SECRETARY — Patricia Nelson. TREASURER—Joyce Meiborg.
And who have we here? Miss Walker and Mr. Horan followed by 90 strong live wires to be moulded and enlightened—Could it be that we were all once Freshmen? Yes. we were. And we didn’t need to use too much tolerance and patience, for their sponsors were conscientious leaders and their officers dutifully followed their suggestions. The officers were: PRESIDENT— Fred Fleming. VICE-PRESIDENT — Patricia Ann Eau Claire. SECRETARY—Mary Rader. TREASURER—Charles Branch.
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