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Page 16 text:
CLASS HISTCRY, '45
THE class of ,4S began its Freshman year with twenty-seven members.
At the first meeting, the following ofhcers were elected: President, Clara
Jean Leffingwellg Vice President, Roland Doleg Secretary, Joan Senskeg
Treasurer, Roger Crandall.
The Sophomore year began with twenty-six members. The ofhcers
were: President, Roger Crandall, Vice President, Joan Senske, Secre-
tary, Roland Doleg Treasurer, Barbara Sanford.
The Junior class had fifteen members. At the first meeting the fol-
lowing ofhcers were elected: President, Lester Weversg Vice President,
Barbara Sanford, Secretary, Joan Senske, Treasurer, Alec Perkins.
During the latter part of the junior year we had the pleasure of
ordering our rings.
Our class officers this year are the following: President, Roger Cran-
dallg Vice President, Roland Dole, Secretary, Daphine Connorg Treas-
urer, Joan Senske, We have fourteen members.
During the four years nine students left for the service.
On October 22, the Senior Class received their rings. Our class has
participated loo per cent in the purchasing of stamps and bonds through-
out the school year.
We are carrying out the tradition of the last' yearls Senior Class in
editing the second volume of the Rocket.
Our treasury was opened by the proceeds from a scrap paper drive.
We enjoyed decorating our tree and exchanging gifts at our Christ-
mas party. The Senior Class held a sleigh ride party which reached its
climax at the school. Games were enjoyed by all. Refreshments were
The lime light of the year was our Senior Play "Crazy Mix-upf,
presented April 6th. The class chose the play and the following cast of
character: joan Senske, Daphine Connor, Helen Wozowicz, Geneva
Turner, Marilyn Munson, Barbara Sanford, Lester Wevers, Roger Cran-
dall, Roland Dole, and Alec Perkins. Following the successful perform-
ance, we held a party at the home of Roger Crandall.
After having our pictures taken, we attended dinner at Cvretchcn's
and afterwards enjoyed a movie.
The Senior honor students are Lester Wevers, our valedictorian
and H. Mary Anderson, our salutatorian.
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Page 17 text:
I HAVE called you together upon this solemn occasion to listen to the
last will and testament of my client and to receive from her dying hands
the few gifts she has to bestow in her last moments.
"We, the Class of I94S, being in as good mental condition as possible,
and in much better temper than usual, do make this, our last will and
testament, to dispose of our possessions as follows:
To our dear faculty we leave a succession of restful nights and peace-
ful dreams. To them we also leave all of the amazing knowledge and
startling information that we have furnished them from time to time in
our examination papers.
We leave to the junior Class our most valuable properties: Our self-
satisfaction, our importance and our wisdom, all of which we have in
enormous quantities. 4-
To the Sophomore Class we leave oui patience. They will need it as
it is the only way to endure the juniors.
To the Freshmen we leave any overlooked cuds of gum we may have
left on the underside of desks, banisters, or any likely place. We have
had to rid ourselves of these in too much of a hurry to choose a more de-
sirable means of disposal.
To Harold Roush we leave Mary's list of unreasonable excuses for
We leave .Ioan's excess energy to Doris Eckert.
Richard Sweeney, we feel, needs Mary's song arrangements.
To Bryan Nagel we leave a contract with Ipana Co. for flashing his
To anyone who needs it, Roland Dole's bluff.
To Mrs. Chapman we leave an enthusiastic health class.
We have induced Helen to leave her self-composure at a basketball
game to Lucille Crandall.
Roger leaves his place as star of the basketball team to Dick Hardin-
ger. but we could not persuade him to leave his good looks also.
To Marilyn Button we leave a board on which to sharpen her catty
In witness whereof, we, the Class of Forty-five, have subscribed and
aflixed our seals this Sth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and
-Senior Class of 145
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