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SENIORS TO THE STUDENTS
lt is not Without some regret that the senior class prepares to leave the
Rancho, the place that tor the past year has been both home and school to its
members. We, as graduates, carry away with us many fond memories ot the
girls, the statt, and the genial atmosphere which pervades the Rancho. lt is
our hope that we, as seniors, may leave to the girls following in our footsteps
not mere memories, but traditions and customs that will be a challenge and
an honor to uphold. May you who follow accept and carry on the privileges,
which the seniors before you endeavored to attain, in an even more successful
and conscientious manners-a heritage valuable not in theory but in practice.
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'Tis a balmy summer evening in the year of '55,
And the Ladies Aid Society is very much alive.
The cause of their festivity, the daily papers say,
For Miss Brogan, evangelist, a farewell party gay.
They play at Chinese Checkers and enjoy a game of whist
Before they've finally parted with the dear evangelist.
Now most all the ladies present know the class of '39,
And honor M. S. B. S. as a dear old school-girl shrine.
They start to reminiscing as people often will,
And recalling Baenford dances gives the ladies quite a thrill
From somewhere in the gathering an annual comes to light
And about the treasured yearbook the ladies nearly fight.
Cuddles Wagner, they discover, is poet laureate:
She is one successful person they vow never to forget.
As dictator of Siberia, Kim Manley, can't be near,
But they all hope to see her on her furlough due next year.
Opal Field is quite successful in child psychiatry,
And has a clinic and a school which she must oversee.
Jeni Boyd, as museum curator, is working hard and long:
She's been collecting elephants and still is going strong.
Doris Clark resides in Reno mostly for convenience sake:
She finds that there the marriage vows are easier to break.
Ruthie now is president of Bowen Pest Control, -
But when the "Board of Health" is gone, the situation's droll.
Mary Kathryn Iohnson is a second K. Cornell,
In radio and on the stage she's doing very well.
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