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Page 16 text:
September 1935 '
Back to school after summer vacation. Welcome to our school, Mr. Hawes.
Pictures taken. Chorus and Band organized.
Voices tested in chorus.
First baseball game of season. McClure vs. Ridgeville.
Senior class organized.
Teachers' steak roast. Sophomore class organized.
P. T. A. meeting. Freshmen class organized.
Junior class organized. Freshmen initiation party. McClure vs. Deshler in baseball. Student
McClure vs. Holgate in baseball.
First issue of the "Newsette". McClure vs. Hamler in baseball.
McClure vs. Weston in baseball.
P. T. A. meeting.
McClure vs. West Hope in baseball.
McClure vs. Malinta. Freshmen entertain Sophomores.
Arts and Crafts Club organized.
Patrolman Brendle addresses the Student Body.
Pep Band selected by Mr. Aukerman.
Boys basketball meeting. McClure vs. Florida.
Second issue of the "Newsette".
Teachers' Institute. No school.
Ring salesman visits Juniors.
High School Hallowe'en Party.
P. T. A. Meeting. Entertained by Hugh Diamond of Galion. Ohio.
Armistice Day. Student Body Meeting. Cheer leaders selected.
Pupils entertained by Donald Morrison.
Seniors spend a day in Toledo getting pictures taken. McClure vs. Deshler.
McClure vs. Florida.
Thanksgiving Day. No school.
Pageant practice. Be careful of the snowballs.
P. T. A. Mketing.
McClure vs. Grand Rapids.
Welcome to our school. Marceil and Mary Shaneyfelt.
Juniors present their play. "One Delirious Night".
McClure vs. Malinta-Grelton. High School pupils draw names.
Teachers have an old-fashioned snowballing. Who hit Miss Adler and Mr. Hawes in the
Thanks for the pencils Mr. Spangler and Mr. Weimer.
Third edition of the "Newsette". Grades give Christmas program. Juniors received their
class rings. Seniors received their pictures. McClure vs. West Hope in basketball.
McClure vs. Crawns College in basketball.
Pageant practice. Christmas Carols sung by the chorus.
Back to school after the Christmas vacation.
last day of 1935.
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We, the Senior Class of I936. of McClure High School. in the county of Henry, and
in the State of Ohio, in the United States of America, being of sound, mind and memory, do
make, publish and declare this tot be our last will and testament as follows:
We will and direct that all our just debts and funeral expenses be paid in full by the
class of 1937.
To the dizzy Sophomores we leave our splendid school spirit, the support of all school
activities, and our ability to stall.
To the bashful and noisy freshmen we leave orr sympathy for all they will have
to undergo before they will attain the heights we have reached.
We would like to express our thanks to the school board of Damascus Township for
the fine co-operation they have given us during our four years in high school.
Item 'Ifo the faculty we leave the hope of a tranquil school after our unruly class has de-
parted from the venerable halls of learning.
Item Irene Johnson, will and bequeath my ability to sing and strum a ukelele to Bernita
I, Herman Ballmer, will and bequeath my ability of becoming editor of the annual to
I, Marceil Shanefelt, will my ability to become a good senior to Robert Chamberlin.
I, Junior Connolly, will my ability to get and keep the affection of a certain Sophomore
girl to Warren Boyer, hoping that he is as successful as I have been.
I, Marguerite Conn, will my abiliy to play for chorus to Maxine Miller.
I, John Chamberlin, will my ability to get physics problems and experiments in on time
to Marvin Peery.
I. Arthur Smith, will my ability to smoke a pipe to Robert Miller.
I, Raymond Staub. will my ability of getting bookkeeping to Robert Rowland.
I Paul Strayer, will and bequeath all of my silliness to Henry Wenzel.
witness according. we affix our signature this first day of April nineteen hundred and
thirty-six, in room four of the McClure High School. McClure, Ohio.
Suscribed before me and sworn this
first day of April ninteen hundred SENIOR CLASS
and thirty six.
James Aukerman, N. P.
eniov Class oem
Now we close the gate to our school career
And sit in happy thought,
Reliving in 'fond reveries
The joys our school days have brought.
Now, we pause for a brief moment,
Fondly gaze and hesitate,
Happy days for us are ended,
Memories for us only wait.
Tho' alone we now are standing
Amid many in the throng,
We shall ever keep on striving
Tho' the road is drear and long.
With a goodbye half in sorrow,
Half in joy we say good-night,
As we leave for ere behind us
Our dear school, our chief delight.
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