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Page 16 text:
Freshmen! At last we became an actual part of the high sch-
ool. We began under the leadership of Geraldine Berner but when
she moved Beverly Van Dusen and Catherine Alvarez took her place.
'This year we experienced the dreaded hlprgughmen In1t'1g1g10j1N, It
-proved to be fun for everyone, including us. ' In the spring we
sponsored a dance, netting a small profit. With Mrs. Carr as
class advisor, we had an enjoyable year.
In our sophomore year we were quite accustomed to high schai
life. Due to the fact that the Junior class did not have many
members, we pitched in to help and share expenses with their Jun-
ior Prom. We also sponsored a regular dance with the theme of
nLeap Year.n This year Vernon Dibble was our President. Mrs.
Daley and Miss Koehn were our advisors.
In our Junior year two outstanding events happened. In Oc-
tober we ordered our class rings. Shortly after Christmas they
arrived and all were pleased. On June third we held the annual
Junior Prom. Helen Zak was crowned Queen and George Kinsella was
crowned King by last year's King, D1ckVBla1ne. The rest of the
Junior girls acted as attendants and each carried carnations. on
December l7 we sponsored a dance. During the year we sold bean-
ies and kerchiefs. Olga Zona was our presiding officer. Gur
Junior year was the most interesting in comparison with the pre-
Beginning our Senior year with nine members, we undertook
many activities. This year it was our turn to initiate the Fresh-
men. J.G.S.lwas a place of fun for the day. It being our last
year, we strived to add more money to our treasury. A bake sale
was one of our projects which was quite successful. Next we took
our turn at selling candy. The candy was homemade so there was no
expense incurred and some profit was made. Our biggest event was
the combination of a mystery wbasketball game and dance on.the
same night. A lot of fun was had by all who attended. Of course
the biggest event of any Senior in the last year is the trip that
.is taken. We,had a very enjoyable time during Easter vacation,
when we traveled to New York and stayed at the Hotel Taft. It
was really a memorable occasion for those who attended. We want
to thank all of the teachers who have helped us through the years
and especally Mrs. Carr who advised us during the '49 and '50
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SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the class of nineteen-hundred and fLfty,'Jefferson Cent-
ral School, town of Jefferson, county of Schoharie, state or New
York, do hereby disclose our last will and testament, leaving to
all our dear friends that which we have treasured so highly dur-
ing our school years.
To the class of 1951, we leave our hopes that you don't have
as much trouble as we did deciding on our money problems, our
graduation cards and everything else that comes up during the
wonderful Senior year. 5
To the class of 1952, we leave our homeroom and our much us-
ed and battered desks that we know you will appreciate.
To the class of 1955, we leave some of our serious minded-
ness, so that all of you may pass Social Studies.
Helen Zak leaves her daring, mischievous, funloving ways to
Olga Zona leaves her ability for Public Speaking to Dorothy
Stiber and her clear voice to Elda Ellet.
Elinor Carr leaves her intelligence to Philip Harris and her
slimness to Charles Buck.
To Zelma Nichols, Alice Robinson leaves her short curly nair
and some of her boy-friends.
Marie Shafer leaves her neat and quiet ways in study hall to
Raymond Champlin and the Reim twins.
Florence Boerner leaves her interest in books to Jimmy Lou-
cks and her sense of humor to Miss Baranowski.
Ruth Welch leaves her ability to hold on toe a man to all
the Sophomore girls.
Beverly Van Dusen leaves her studious ways to Hamilton Topp-
ing and her athletic ability to Richard Treadwell.
To all the boys of the future Senior classes, George Kin-
sella leaves his knowledge from experience, that being the only
boy in a class of girls is not as much fun as it sounds and he
hopes that none of them have to go through what he did in his
nwonderfuln Senior year. .
To Miss Baranowski, we leave our heartfelt appreciation for
her interesting ntalksn in English l2 class and for the interest
she took in each of us as individuals.
We hope that all of Mr. McNeilly's future history classes
are as intelligent and attentive as we have been.
We thank Mrs. Carr for chaperoning us on our Senior trip and
for a swell time.
To Mr. Lambrecht we leave our sincere thanks for helping us
during our high school years.
And to those who have this horrible job next year, we hope
you have more luck than we did.
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