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I-llstory of the Senlor Class
In Septembex 1942 oux class of n1neteen members wlth Mrs Bray as sponsor was admltted to
the hlgh school The freshman 1nv1tat1on and return party were new expemences
At the beglnmng of the second year wlth Mrs Bray as sponsor we found our classmates ln the
sophomore room all hav1ng completed thelr freshman year successfully The freshy green havmg
wo1n off we enjoyed th1s year
In our junlor year Mrs Townley gulded us through our class play Double Exposure the spon
sormg of the plcture Henry Aldrlch s Llttle Secret and the Jumor senxor banquet If to be busy IS to
be happy we certamly had a happy year
One more step bxought us to the semor room and Mr Supon under whose guldance we trled to
keep our standards hlgh Our act1v1t1esth1s year conslsted of The Pmes assoclatlon offlces and
class play Let er Go Gallagher
Ray Soto Waymoneth Dye Dlck McD0wa11 Rlchaxd Brower and M11t0n Pounds have entered the
lined force s They wxll be mlssed on commencement nlght
We the senlors belng of sound mlnd and about to graduate do w1ll and bequeath our
most cherlshed DOSSQSSIOHS to those here1n appolnted
Rlchald Butler w1ll my ab1l1ty to fly a plane to Alvm Moyer and Robert E1senhauer
Maly Doran w1ll my red halr to L1nor Karlstrum and Dolores Crock
B111 Har11son w1ll my Model T Ford to Leroy Gardner and Gene Reher
M1ke McNamee w1ll my helght to Bobby Shlpp and Jack Hockersmlth
Jessle Mllton w1ll my black halr to R1ta Jeanne Ph1ll1ps and Darlene Elwood
Ronme Sp1er w1ll my dancmg abxlxty to Joe Mlller and Betty Pxttman
Peggy Stevens w1ll mv ablllty to chew gum to Mary Jane Stephens
Bonme Walker w1ll my mus1cal talent to Ce11a Olsen
Upon landlng at the Egbert mun1c1pal a11f1eld on my Journey west I was greeted by a servxce
statlon attendant who poked h1s head 1nto the cabln of our plane and sa1d Can I f1l1 er up? and lt
was no other than Rlchard Butler an old cx ony who sat across the axsle from me all duung our semor
Aftez leavlng Egbert Wyommg we flew as far as Rawlms where we were forced to land because
of a StOlI'Yl As I was strolllng the streets I ran lnto Mary Doran She lnformed me that she was now
employed by the tax payers assoclatlon and was obtaxnmg flgures on cost to the pubhc of the convxcts
Aftel thxee houls we were able to fly to Salt Lake C1ty where I knew B111 Harx 1son was 11v1ng
The taxl drlver took me to the Bee Hlve House and upon r1ng1ng the bell a colored mald mfoxmed
me Gab: 1e1 done gone to blow h1s horn ln order to buy shoes for h1s k1dd1es
Flom Salt Lake Clty we flew to T1a Juana where we found Jessle Mllton selhng tlckets on hoxses
and keeplng books for a small syndlcate that concentrated on tuxtle races
Flom Tla Juana we flew to Panama where calrylng on the work of Doctor Gorgas we found Mlke
McNamee who was mventmg an 1nsect1c1de whlch would lemove the stlngers flom mosqultoes
From Panama we flew to Honolulu where we found Ronnle Sp1er spendmg a short leave learnmg
the new step of the natlve Hula dancers and the rest of hxs t1me readlng phone books
From Honolulu we took an ocean l1ner back to the Unlted States On the shlp we found Peggy
Ste xens '1 ste wardess takmg care of Chlhuahuas that were to be entered ln the fashlonable dog show
m New York Clty
Enroute to New York Clty we stopped off at Ames Iowa where we found MBXIHE Ward experx
mentmg wlth her latest d1scovery Trlple T V1tam1n whlch was to encouxage growth of ha1r on bald
heads lmprove the I Q of students and make buoyant anyone who had partaken of th1s new
On axrxvlng ln New York we had t1me to go to the dog show Whlle attendlng the dog show we
were amazed to see Bonnle Walker dlrectlng the music to whlch the dogs danced
Dled June 5 1943
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