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Uac fc r m»; O. Marsh, L. Parriott, L. Dekring, L. Toblkr, R. Maurer, M. Wey, J. Mon-teith, E. Applegate.
Third row: H. Mitchell, M. McAdams, H. Hays, M. Wheeler, II. Newton, E. Grafton, L. Wey, G. Leahy, L. Collins, Miss Kenton (Sj onsor).
Second row: M. Leahy, R. Perry, L. Osborne, L. Furnas, H. Russell, G. Beebe, F. Moore, A. Clineburg.
Front row: R. Furnas, W. Pettit, H. Hutchinson, V. Tynon, A. Brady, R. Wonder.
THE JUNIOR CLASS
OUR Freshman year marked the beginning of an exceedingly profitable and enjoyable high school career. Yc displayed high enthusiasm in many different fields of activity.
We entered our Sophomore year with many plans and high anticipations. Hidden abilities were brought to light in chapel and high school night programs, and the year featured several enjoyable social events.
This, our Junior year, opened with many new and valuable students added to our ranks. Our first event was a class party, well attended and greatly enjoyed. We have within the Junior class an array of exceptional talent. Many of the most active members of the debate squad, dramatic club, athletic organizations, and musical organizations are Juniors.
Our participation in these varied activities and studies is paving the way to lietter, more profitable citizenship.
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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF ’28
IN September of 1924, those who are now the mighty Seniors entered high school as green as any Freshies in tradition.
The first year was one of many struggles and tribulations, but in spite of the hardships the Freshmen had a glorious time. Their extraordinary talent was shown in the presentation for high school night. The musical revue was a real success.
Next year brought the class into its own. The Sophomores, breaking away from the ordinary, presented a circus for high school night. Rough tumbling and a boxing match were the events of the evening.
The class ranked the highest in scholarship, showing that work as well as play was their aim.
I11 athletics they added more stars to the high school's list. Clinton Cowell made a letter in both basket ball and track. Tom Railsback, by-now, was an established factor in athletics, winning letters in football, basketball and track. The Sophomores took the cup in the class tournament.
The Junior year was a successful one. For high school night “The Mysterious Black Meeting” was a notorious Negro show and nothing mysterious after all.
The Juniors showed the Seniors what a real good time was by' taking them on a trip to Nebraska City'.
Junior athletes were just so many good reasons for the successful season.
Last of all and greatest of all—the Senior year. Early in the fall the Seniors were busy checking over their work and beginning plans for graduation.
The Senior boys were the backbone of our athletic teams, and helped the basket ball team to be the runners-up for the Class C title at the state tournament.
Early' in March the Seniors began preparing for the event, the Senior class play'. It was given May 4th, and “went over big.” In May they closed their high school career and said farewell to their old Alma Mater.
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Hack row—s. Gaines, li. Cherry, E. Rawson, C. Trbnholm, R. Pate, H. Yates, J. Yates, R. Debring
7 bird row—E. Sherman, O. Grover, II. Gii.iiert, H. Kingsolvbr, Y. Richardson, I). Merritt, J. Graves, M. Ei»lkr, C. Huck (Sponsor)
Second row—M, Graves, I.. Majors, M. Young, S. Railshack, D. Vance, M. Setzer, M. Hanlon
Front row—C. Sherman, S. Vanderkord, M. Dunning, L. Hays, K. Landoi.t
HP HE present Sophomores entered high school as Seniors rather than Fresh-
men. We were the first ninth grade to be included in junior high school, and unless we were classed as Freshmen in the seventh grade, we can truthfully say that we never experienced the “Freshie" stage.
In September, 1926, our class had its beginning. We were 35 at the beginning of the year.
During that last busy year in junior high, we found time for only one class party, but it was a gratifying success.
This year we can still boast of our original 35. We are well represented in the high school organizations by orchestra members, G. A. A. members, football men, debaters, and Hi-Y and Girls' Reserve members.
Our one class party was a brilliant affair, and our Riviera reproduction for high school night has not been surpassed.
Our class is noted for its stability, and the time is coming when we will be Juniors. We are only beginning now; and a class so enterprising as ours will be recognized much more than ss the Sophomore Class of '28.
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