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Page 10 text:
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS . .
A i. 25'
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IN THE DAYS WHEN. . .
0 A group of pretty lads and lassies are shyly on the Way to school for
the first timeg the girls with big ribbons and long stockings, and the
boys all dressed up in their best knickers.
Miss Thomas started us off by teaching us how to write. Miss Clint
Was our Second Grade teacher. She did a fine job of teaching us how to
read. Miss Sheppard and Miss Dayton promoted us from Third and
The parties given by Mrs. Galbraith will never be forgotten. We still
remember the afternoons spent studying geography With Miss Gilman. In
the Seventh and Eighth Grades we were excited over the thought of chang-
ing classes. T ' T
Then came the thrill of being a "Frosh." The shy looks on our faces re-
mained throughout the year. We were welcomed by Miss Bailey to the
Sophomore room and had many activities during the year.
Then We were luniors . . with a great responsibility. We had several
homeroom teachers during the year. At last We are Seniors. We are all
excited over graduation and hope that our dreams come true.
President ...., ,..,.,. M ichael Weaver
Vice-President ,... ...... E dward Ross
Secretary . i . .. Iune Bagshaw
Treasurer .. ....,.. Iohn Hayden
Page 9 text:
OUR FACULTY . .
Mr. Spangle is the head of our school,
He believes in keeping the Golden Rule.
Whenever we see him coming down the hall,
You can be sure he has a smile for all.
Albert Kaufman is next in line,
Under his guidance the team is doing fine.
ln success we all agree,
Manchester at the head will be.
Smartly tailored, neat and trim,
ls Miss Diana, short and slim.
As senior advisor she takes the lead,
Doing her best to succeed.
Chickery, Chick, Cha-la-cha-lot,
Mrs. Sikes's singing sure hits the spot.
You must admit she knows her math,
She will guide us onthe right path.
Miss Zibella has a business mind,
She's always on time you will find.
Her manner is strict because of her position,
But you will find she has a sweet disposition.
Mr. Howard is our music teacher,
The Chorus and Band are his main features.
The marching Band has been successful,
The Chorus will rate at the music festival.
Willing to help us in every task,
In anything that we may ask,
Mrs. Lamphier has done her best
ln making the Senior play a success.
ln Home Economics, Miss DeGrace is the head,
Cooking dinners and making bread.
Good grooming is also in that line . .
We must admit she is dong fine.
Who is the teacher of the Science classes,
With all those noisy lads and lassies?
Yes, Mr. Roberts, who works with us all . .
l-le's always there at our beck and call.
Need a helping hand? he asks . .
That's Mr. Foster, ready to help us with our tasks
We wish him luck in his new position,
We know he will do fine, with all his ambition.
Page 11 text:
CLASS OF '46 . .
Open the door and let us peek in
At the Class with vigor and vim.
They're all busy at different games,
And now we'll introduce you to their names.
Audrey is always the first to arrive . .
You've guessed the time is eight thirty-five.
Next is Leta . . always on time,
Now this should be on everyone's mind.
Charlie's coming on the run,
Very anxious to join the fun.
Someone is missing . . We lack one more . .
Oh, yes! lt's Mikie coming in the door.
All is silent, roll call has been taken,
Everyone is seated and the hall is vacant.
"Hey, lanet," calls lean, "Your geometry done?
lt should be . . she stays up until one.
Eddie Ross is dashing around,
Looking for paper When it can't be found.
Talking continuously, you'll find Mac,
"Be still," says Miss Diana. "You, too, lack."
Chewing his nails, We find Mayor,
We Wonder if this makes him gayer.
I-luddled together are Betty, Iune and lane . .
We Wonder Whats planned for the next game.
Steverson and Maggie in the very last row,
Discussing a subject in voices so low.
There sits Bill Weaver, quiestest of all,
Seldom says anything . . but always see all.
Arguing with that certain boy are Muffy and Kay
Doc is defeated and has nothing to say.
Tempus fugit, as the poets say,
Our years have passed in a pleasant way.
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