Martensdale High School - Martins Tale Yearbook (Martensdale, IA)

 - Class of 1937

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nlon1nn 111--1 1 1 2 i : Q 5 HIGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLY J "Through thick and thin J For Martensdale we'll win." I T Editor . g Assistant Editor Q Business Manager I J Advertising Manager i T Athletics I e Drainatics Alumni S I T Typists I STAFF MARJORIE WEAVER ALICE GAVIN DALE MELROY JOHN WALKER OLIVER FRAZIER . GARY HALL JOHN LINNANE JR. DOROTHY CRAWFORD CAROLINE L'EsTRANGE I . uivn1nn1nll 111111111111 1' 1 c1nl11llu1nuv11ul-un- - -- -n ol! Page Four



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5 FRANCES GALLAGHER "Frank" President "Frank" attended the Churchville High School his first three years and joined us this year as a Senior. He makes a very becoming bear in our class play. His ambition is to be a school teacher. We hope he changes the school system. "Frank" admires red hair very much. ALICE GAv1N "Shorty" Secretary and Treasurer This young lady is very small but it hasn't prevented her from holding' big jobs. She was Sophomore class president, Junior dramatic edi- tor and this year assistant editor of annual. She was a hard-hearted proprietress in the play. "Shorty's" ambition is to be a secretary to a very handsome business man. We wonder if she couldn't have a certain student manager in mind. CHARLES McLAuc.HL1N "Charlie" Vice President He attended Cumming High School his first three years. "Charlie" was on both kittenball and baseball teams, and received a second team letter in basketball. He is Otto Finch, a crook. in the Senior play. His ambition is to sleep. 'S' L L L L L L L L L L L L I L L L L L L L I L L L L L ..........-w......5. ? 5 E T i E L L L L L L .ii n-un1uu1nu-nu-nm-uu1uu1uu-uu- 1:11 m1uu1un-un1nn--nn1nnn1uu-un-nu?:miun1uu1uii1nn1nuis Page Six

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