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"Art is long but time is fleeting." How well do we understand the truth of this old adage now that four years have
i passed so quickly since we entered the portals of Henderson High School. 120 eager, excited, but frightened freshmen-
the largest class ever known in the history of the school,
E Each of these four years stands for an epoch in our career-each one a milestone, made from joys and strivings
l manifoldgeach one a potent factor in our development into dignified Seniors.
Let us turn back the pages of time and briefly scan these four happy years, Shortly after our advent into High
School we chose Dean Bunn as our chief pilot with, as his helpers, Jack Mitchell, vice president, and june Hardee. Secre-
tary-treasurer. Mrs, Gladys Weir proved to be a very able sponsor and it was mainly by her guidance that we emerged
victorious and ready to continue toward our goal-Seniority.
Stepping aside from our regular Sophmore studies we, with the juniors established a new custom in Henderson High
School. that is having Sophmores to serve at the annual Junior-Senior banquet.
' During our junior year, we elected Edwin Watkins as
i as secretary, and Frank Mills as treasurer. Again we brought
president, Dean Bunn, as viceepresidentg Marjorie Gerber,
to the attention of the school the fact that our class was
one to begin something new. Two one-act plays were given which met with much approval, and the proceeds of which
helped us a great deal in financing the successful Junior-Senior banquet, that was given under the able supervision of our
sponsor, Miss Emma Rosa Bryant.
l The class of '33 passed out of its junior year with the departure of its highly respected principal, Professor R, B
Cobb, and into its Senior year with our former coach, W. D, Payne, as principal. We are very proud of being the first
class to graduate Linder the guidance of such a fine, upright man.
As Seniors sighting land in hazy but immediate distance, we chose Robert Green to safely anchor us in the harbor
of graduation with the help of his worthy assistantsg Frank Mills, vice president: June Hardee, secretary, and Marjorie
GUYDUFY lfvllh'-'TCF' SUNG 0'-ll' Elf'-SS ii the liifllfit to have graduated from Henderson High School, we deemed it necessary
to choose two sponsors, We feel that we were very fortunate in having Miss Maxine Taylor and Miss Lily Kyle for
our advisors, We were also delighted with our class mascots, little Gladys Tillotson and Staton Bass, It seems that
Lady Luck has been with us throughout our Senior year, as pratically all of our endeavors have met with apparent
success, Our tirst attempt was a Halloween party, the proceeds of which exceeded those of any preceding class.
i Continuing the practice of publishing school news weekly in the "Henderson Daily Dispatch". we selected Charles
Roth as the editor of "The Barks of the Bulldogs" and as a summary of our year's activities, we decided to publish a
pamphlet, an enterprise which had never before been undertaken here. Later, upholding a Senior tradition, we staged
l an uproarious comedy entitled, "Be Yourself."
ln order to acquaint the Seniors with their beautiful and
tour of Raleigh,
Again our individuality is revealed in our class song, the
Many changes have taken place since our entrance into
W will be rem:-mliered for the things that we havc done which
1 for the fu!ure is that we may continue to cause blessings to
historic capital, the class was conducted on an educational
words and music of which were written by our treasurer,
Henderson High School and our heartiest wish is that we
have brought praise and honor to her name and our aim
be showered upon her.
The class ol '33 with its SZ members bids her Alma Mater .1 fond adieul
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