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illlqe TUIIIIEUI a fillasf- Sung
Melody-'fDream Girl of Pi K. A.
,We're Juniors of Moberly High School
We'l1 bring fame to her name by our deeds
We're the class that is best
And in all things we lead
VVith our rep, lots of pep, Watch us step
And the friends we made there are the best ones
They'll be true to us now and for aye
And when we are far away
We'll remember the day
We were juniors in M. H. S.
' --Charles Hoffman and Mary Barns
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'There are histories of nations and peOpleS gaIO1'e
But this is the history of the proud Sophomores,
A class whose history was never excelledg
"Success" is the word that the Sophs have spelled.
'Twas in the autumn of nineteen twenty-iourx
That these Sophomores entered the M. H. S. door.
They were commonly known as green Freshmen then,
But having worked and worked and worked again,
They attained a name of great renown
VVhich gave them honor throughout the town.
As Freshmen they were not so slow.,
For they kept things moving and on the go.
There were many in their ranks of whom the ycould boast
Miss Beggs their sponsor, they loved the most.
She kept ever before them the glorious motto
As 'cUpward and Onward" she-told them to go.
James Matthews was their president then,
Who will doubtless some day be a leader 'mong men.
Kenneth Hickey filled the vice-presidentIs chair
Wfith a very efficient and dignified air.
Harold Gutekunst as secretary took his place
Wliile jane Babcock the office of treasurer did grace.
'When they became Sophomores they did much betterg
They lived up to the standard,Ieven to the letter.
"To Be Rather Than- to Seem" was the motto they chose
And the flower they claimed was the fragrant red rose.
They hailed the old colors of cardinal and white,
Wliich with fervency and purity would guide them aright.
Qnce more Miss Beggs, as sponsor tried and true,
Directed them wisely the whole year through.
Harold Gutekunst filled loyally the president's post
And of Vice-president Hickey they could also boast.
Maurice Jones served the class as recorder of events
VVhi-le Dot Forney cared for their dollars and their cents.
A Valentine-Midwinter Fete for juniors was held,
An entertainment which no class has e'er before excelled.
For the "Salutar" and "MirrorI' the Sophs did their part.
And they fostered all athletics with a true and loyal heart.
But anything they .gained in the way of grand success,
They gave back with pleasure to dear, old M. H. S.
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