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Senior Class Motto
KA LIVE WIRE NEVER GETS STEPPED ONJ
Twelve years ago on a bright fall morning in the year 1937 the Senior Class of
1949 started on their journey through school. Along the way various problems
crossed their paths but they were soon solved by using the Golden Rule.
Six pupils started-they were Lucille Claus, Esther Morey, Wylma Davis, Irvin
Dale Sherman, John Sulsberger, and Junior Gallagher. From year to year different
ones moved and Loran Rose, Phillip Hanner, Ted Ericksen, and Betty Lou Miller
joined us. Last year Loran, Phillip, and Betty Lou left Holly Springs leaving the class
with only three members Ted, John, and Junior, called "The Big Three." '
The Class officers are-President, Junior Gallagher: Vice-President, John
Sulsberger, Secretary and Treasurer, Ted Ericksen.
Our grade teachers included Miss Palmer, first grade: Miss McCutchen, sec-
ond grade: Miss Dawson, third grade, Miss Anderson, fourth grade: Miss Lindquist,
fifth grade: and Miss Vander Schaff, sixth, seventh, and eighth grades.
Our previous high school teachers included Superintendent, Mr. Brouwer,
during the years, 1945, 1946, and 1947, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Brouwer, Mrs. Haddock,
Mrs. Nyren, Mr. Mathers, and Mr. DeMaine. The teachers this year are Superinten-
dent, Mr. Heacockg Principal, Mrs. Heacock, and Home Economics, Mrs. Nyren. We
must say the teachers have shown us great co-operation and although we have been
mischievious at times, we still meant well.
The class subjects include Physics, Algebra 2, English Literature, Trigono-
metry, Government and Manual Training. We shall never forget the Iowa Essay Con-
test Junior Gallagher won in his ninth year of school. He told the story of Iowa's one
hundred years of progress in less than one thousand five hundred words. The Cham-
ber of Commerce gave him S25 and presented the school with a large map of Iowa.
We Seniors have been very active in athletics-both baseball and basketball.
Our basketball team consists of only six players. Even though we do not always win
we enjoy playing the game and are considered good losers. We felt quite fortunate
having new basketball suits this season. Holly Springs School is small, but at that
we feel proud wearing our new royal blue sweaters lettered with gold.
The Seniors had their class pictures taken at the Genelli Studio in Sioux City.
Each one seemed well pleased with the results.
We Seniors took part in the Junior Class Play, The Ready Made Family. We
look forward to presenting the Senior Class Play later on.
The Junior and Senior Banquet last year was held in the Holly House, Mrs. Nyren
and the Junior Class Mothers, Mrs. Ericksen, Mrs. Lewie Sulsberger, and Mrs. John
Gallagher cooked and served the dinner. Later in the evening we went to Sioux City to
the Orpheum. Everyone seemed to enjoy the banquet and show very much.
Our Senior year is almost completed, we have finally reached the top. We cannot
say we have finished school as we are just beginning. Life is now our school, our
teachers and friends will greatly be missed. We shall never forget those study periods
and wonderful times we enjoyed together.
The Seniors, John, Ted, and Junior, will say Good-bye but memories will linger
on of Good Old Holly High.
Class Colors ---- Aqua and Gold
Class Flower - - - American Beauty Rose
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