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JAMES Wll-SEY JosEPH MILLER
"In action faithful and in honor Clear" "Good smlsel, fwhigh only is the gift of
H eaweiz, and though no srieure fairly
'worth the seven"
Interclass basketball 1, 2, 3, 49 Interclass DiS1ikeS-L0ud People
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4? Yea-1' Book Staff 33 Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 45 Interclass
Class President l, 2, 4. Softball 1, 2, 3, 43 Year Book 3,
Senior Class History
Six small eager children entered the First grade in Coeymans High School
in 1927. As they moved swiftly from grade to grade, new students joined their
classes. Some of their classmates were left sadly along the way.
Eleven of our present Senior Class were graduated from the eighth grade
in Coeymans High in 1935.
The following fall our membership was greatly increased when many new
friends entered our class as Freshmen. VVe promptly elected james VVilsey Presi-
dent of our class. Frank Everingham was Vice-President. and Lorraine Swarth-
out, Secretary-Treasurer. Our first activity as a group of high school students
was our Christmas Dance.
Our Senior year found us both stately and eager. james Vllilsey is our
President, Joseph Miller, Vice-Presidentg Hilda Gimlick, Secretary and NVinifred
Hammond, Treasurer. Our first activities were a cafeteria and the sale of maga-
zines 2111Cl pencils. After the Senior Carnival in the fall, we discussed plans for the
Senior Ball, the social high-light of the season. It has been a year of work and
happiness. Our labor was generously rewarded by an enjoyable trip to New York.
lt is with sadness in our hearts and with heart-felt wishes of good luck to
the under-classmen, that we leave dear Coeymans High. VVe sincerely hope that
it will not forget us.