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MISS ISABELLE GOODWIN:
Si! Si! she's nice and so well liked by all of those she's near.
The Betas and her pupils know they're lucky to have her here.
MR. LOUIS GODDARD:
As l-Iarriman's science genius you can mark him down.
With drop of acid and a pinch oi soda, he can really go to
MISS LOUISE CANTRELL:
Sh! is usually followed by a smile or study hall:
Thus our library is always quiet, which works the best for all.
MRS. FRED D. GEASLAND:
With a dimpled cheek and a smile so fetching,
She greets her class and it's really quite catching.
MISS MILDRED LAD'D:
Young Miss Ladd from Kingston comes to teach us over here.
Shes wise to all our tricks and stunts--at least that's what
T0 THE FAC LTY
Oh teachers so wise--so full of knowledge,
Who have helped us through the year
Who, with endless sympathy, untiring patience,
Have deepened our intellect here
At dear old Harriman High, we send
This greeting to you.
For teachers, you have not only taught us
History, English, Latin, math-
But you have aroused within us courage
To look at lifeerand laugh.
You've helped us overcome our fears,
Those fears of world conflict and strife.
You've taught us the importance
Of the needful discipline of life.
Now, you are all more than mere teachers,
More than each appears,
You are friends to all
And will not be forgotten through the years.
MR. C. R. BLACK:
Hes our leader and the very best one too,
With his interest and suggestions he has helped to guide us
MR. I. C. QUINN:
Mr. Quinn is quite a helper and talented is he.
With all his hammering and sawing, too, he's busy as a bee.
MRS. W. GLEN MCCLUEN:
Mrs. McCluen is a sponsor under which a class can thrive.
In her classes and her music for the best she'll always strive.
MRS. H. C. BUNCH:
Mrs. Bunch gives her classes ambitious ideals.
You can tell by her actions that's the way she feels.
MR. GEORGE BALLARD:
Hes the principal of this school and tea'ches "math" as well.
As the coach of our boys' teams, his rating is just swell.
MISS IEANNETTE ALFORD:
Typing and commercial work are quite easy in her sight.
Vile couldn't ever let her go, especially the Hi-Lite.
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The Seniors smile
I. W. AYDELOTTE
MRS. GLEN McCLUEN
MISS MILDRED LADD
They got there, that's sure
As they look back at last The way was steep
On their past four years But look, underclassmates,
Which have flown so fast. At what they did reap.
During these years
Their goal was set
The motto was either
To get there or die.
So let the great Seniors
Who are book-learned and wise
Be an example
Before your eyes!
SCHOOL STARTED on September 6, l938. This was a happy event for seventy students, who had no way of know-
ing what was to come. The usual trouble, lessons, were encountered but we overcame them under the guidance of
such splendid sponsors as Mrs. Geasland and Miss Goodwin. We were well represented in football, basketball, and drill
team. During the year We enjoyed a picnic in the pa'rk ou Cumberland Street.
The following year found our number decreased by three, but our pep was up to par and with Mrs. Cum-
mins and Miss Davis as sponsors we undertook the studies of our sophomore year. One afternoon we were dismissed
early and chartering a truck we went to Ozone Falls where we enjoyed a picnic supper.
As Juniors our contribution to the H.H.S. program included participation in all sports. Under the supervision
of Mrs. Cummins and Mr. Goddard we got off to a good start. During the year we sponsored a movie, enjoyed a
Valentine party, and treated the Seniors to a banquet. The crowning event of the year was the successful dramatic
production of All American Family.
With much more dignity than when we were Iuniors ,we came in the fall of '41 to our final year at the old
Alma Mater with Mrs. McCluen and Miss Ladd in command. We ma'de "V for Victory" our motto, and appropriately
selected red and white as our colors and the red rose as our flower. The gridiron warriors, basketball team, drill team
and clubs-Mall were enhanced by senior efforts. As the end draws near, there is a gleam in every senior eye, and
there is the hopeful belief that despite the studies and penalties we shall soon emerge victorious.
From the summit, as Seniors
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