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The Nail We Drive In Now is the Peg on Which We
I-lang our Future.
For twelve years we have traveled that long, hard wearisome
path toward the goal which we have long aimed. We have now conquered
all the ups and downs and finally have reached the top,
When we entered High School we had the whole sum of five. We
were as follows: Darrel Sulsberger, Betty Weber, Dorothy Dowling,
Phyllis Hopp and Nancy Meyers. Our number has increased and decreased
throughtout the years.
As Seniors we are: Darrel Sulsberger, Betty Weber and Dorothy
Dowling was with us but received all her credits by mid-year and is
coming back to graduate with us in the spring.
Darrel has been the only boy in our class all through High School.
He was often a good loser, but we girls gave in on many arguments! Did
you ever notice how red his ears get when he blushesi '.'.2 I I
Our class seems to be one of the smallest except for the class of
'45, They also numbered three. We three have held a class office every
year of our High School. The Senior Class officers are: President--
Darrel Sulsberger, Vice-President--Dorothy Dowling, Secretary and
For our jr. and Sr. Banquet last year we had a Hawaii setting. After
our big dinner at the Mayfair Hotel we went to the Grace Methodist Church
at Morningside. There we saw a play, "Murder in the Cathedral", put on
by the students of the college,
Although it seems as though we seniors never got into much mischief,
we have had lots of fun at roller-skating parties and Freshman initiation and
etc. I'm sure we will miss Whitey coming to school late, Betty always
chewing gum and whispering and Dorothy hurrying through lunch at noon
hour: I 2 I 1
So it is the Senior Class bidding you farewell forever, never again shall
we have the opportunity to say"so-long or "be seeing you next year", its
just plain old--"Good-Bye".
Class Colors--Opal Blue and Maize
Class Flower--Tea Rose
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We, the members of the Senior class, being sound in mind and
sound in body so make our last will and testament as follows:
We hereby appoint Mr. Brouwer, executor. without bonds, with full
power to dispose of the whole of our estate as stipulated.
I, Betty Weber, will leave the following:
l. My bathing suit figure to Evelyn Beem.
Z. My giggling and my gum chewing ability to Mary Modde.
3. My popularity with the boys to Ina Ronfeldt.
I, Darrel Sulsberger, will leave the following:
l. My talking ability and skill to annoy teachers to Esther Dietrich.
Z. My basketball ability to Dick Pixler.
3. My ability with blondes to junior Gallagher.
4. My assembly singing ability to the junior High boys.
5. My skill at noon activities to Edward Weber.
I, Dorothy Dowling, will leave the following:
1. My quietness and serenity to Amy Zortman.
Z. My parking stall in front of the school to Elden Baker.
Clas s Prophecy
Ten years have now passed and we are going to look down on the
class of 1948 and see just what is taking place.
Is a coach at the State University of Iowa! still chases the women,
but will probably end up being a bachelor.
Has been married twice and helping her second husband as secretary
in his office at Seattle. Washington where she has lived since 1950.
A house wife on a farm located near Hornick, Iowa, happily married
and still enjoys dancing very much although she has three small boys that
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