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Light Blue and Orange
"Push, pull or get out of the way"
ln September, l933, eighteen green Freshmen entered the Mar-
tensdale high school. Ten of these had made up the original eighth
grade. Immediately we became a group of many changes. During the
year Cleo Fetters joined us, but with Donald Woods, Bernard Hess,
Pauline Shaefer, Edwin Evans, Robert Fetters, Fred Hess and Clarence
Crawford left us while Harold Morris moved to California after school
was out. ln this year Burl Beam was class president and Mrs. Casey
was selected sponsor. We had a party at the home of Alice Gavin.
When we came back in September, I934, we found that Marjorie
Weaver from Patterson had joined our ranks and in March Betty Snel-
son and Dick Noyes arrived. john Walker left for Beech. ln this year
Alice Gavin was president, Earl Monroe was vice president, and Gary
Hall was secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Casey was again elected sponsor.
ln our junior year, Naomi and Orpha Hammock, Lewis Hulbert
and Russell Edwards came and left again during the year. Dale Melroy
joined us to stay. Earl Monroe, Dick Noyes, Lorraine McGuire also
Burl Beam was elected president, Marjorie Weaver vice president
and john Linnane secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Casey once more was
sponsor. We gave our play "Kid Colby" on October 24, under the
direction of Miss Mathwig. ln November we had a class party at the
home of josephine Crawford.
On May l3th, we entertained the Seniors at the Lerand Tea Room
in Des Moines.
ln our Senior year josephine Crawford failed to return but Caro-
line L'Estrange, Leonard McKinney
Churchville and Charles McLaughlin
Dorothy Crawford from Winterset
Sheehey left us for St. Louis.
This year Francis Gallagher
vice president, and Alice Gavin was
john Walker and Harold Morris joined the fold in March to
graduate with us. '
and Francis Gallagher moved from
came from Cumming. ln October,
was added and in December joe
was president, Charles McLaughlin,
secretary and treasurer. Mr. Casey
Our play, "A Bear Deception," was given on May 5, under the
direction of Miss Lusk.
On May I3, the juniors entertained us at Younker's Tea Room in
Baccalaureate services were May I6 and Commencement on May 20.
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HIGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLY
J "Through thick and thin
J For Martensdale we'll win."
T Editor .
g Assistant Editor
Q Business Manager
J Advertising Manager
. GARY HALL
JOHN LINNANE JR.
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FRANCES GALLAGHER "Frank"
"Frank" attended the Churchville High School
his first three years and joined us this year as
He makes a very becoming bear in our class
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
"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"
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.
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