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Back Row: Ellsworth Warman, John Worgum, Willard Wood
Herman Werner, Ervin Hauff.
Middle Row: Charles Gray, Edgar Arhogast, Warren Paul, Roy
Van Kirk, Ralph Darlington, Harold VVerner.
Front Row: Loraine Werner, Irene Pendleton, Juanita Kelley,
Mr. McCormick, Helen Nickeson, Christina VVillging, Cora Craig.
A Forger of Destinies
"Under the spreading Chestnut tree, the village smithy
The smith, a mighty man is he, with large and sinewy
hands ------ .
And children coming home from school look in at the
open door ------ ---H. VV. LONGFELLOW.
The poet might have changed the wording slightly and described
high school life. The general thought is the same.
Children coming from the grade school like to watch what is done
in the High School and long to participate. When at last they enter, not
without a certain bashfulness, they think of the great time before they
will graduate. As they sit by and watch the other classes do things tof
course, they all don'tJ they find the time goes slowly. Before long,
they are participating, and all too soon they find that after three hurried
years they are Seniors with Commencement fast approaching. They
thought High School dull, yet as they look back, this group sees all the
activities and opportunities either grasped or uncomprehended. With
certain sentimental thoughts, they wish they were Frosh again.
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FRESIQIVIEN CLASS HISTURY ,
In the fall of nineteen hundred and thirty-two, nineteen
little green sapling's entered the walls of this place, we call
High School to capture the knowledge meant for us, With the
help of our adviser, Mr. McCormick, we poor Freshies have pro-
gressed quite well for a group that has had to endure as bright
a color as we had. We lost two of our members at the beginning
of the year, Zehma Eitterman and Edward Smith, and the Orpha
Linkem decided that married life was preferable to single life
among the ngreeniesu,
Some of us put our green aside for a time, anyway, for
'the maroon and white' because many of the boys played on the
Basketball Team: Harold Werner, Ellsworth Wannan, Herman Wer-
ner, Charles Gray, Ervin Hauff and Ralph Darlington.
Now for the introductions: Bringing forth our first mam,
ber, Loraine Werner, we present the class president, who makes
the meetings active.
Ralph Darlington, our vice president, is noticeatle for
his syness. Around what? Not girls!
Ellsworth Wannan, although he is treasurer, has kept very
little money so we all know he is honest. He is good looking,
too. Just ask his Cashmere girls.
Irene Pendleton, our secreatry, although small and young,
is always to be seen acting very much like a Junior or a Senior
Then comes Charles Gray who is always striving for the
Honor Roll, and always succeeding.
Herman Werner, our big midget, is second team basketball
guard. we can consider Ervin Hauff along with him for he is
also a Midget.
Helen Nickeson, the lanky wavy haired blond has a smile
for everyone including boys.
Edgar Arbogast, our i'2g ' dignified class mate, is
forever blushing, for girl "i I 'get undern his skin. He
is very fg, girl shy.
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