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GEORGE C. JENSEN '
HIS IS THE last annual which will be published for a united senior high school student
body in Sacramento. From this time on there will always be at least two senior high
schools in this city. That will mean a new departure and a new experience for us. For all
time then the annual of 1937 will stand as the last annual to represent the entire senior high
school situation. From now on the annual too will have a friendly rival in the annual of
the new school.
Under the circumstances I believe it to be particularly fitting that The Review, in its
usual fine spirit of friendship and co-operation, bid a welcome to the new Senior High
School and extend a helping hand to the establishment and organization of a new Sacra-
I want to express my appreciation to the many members of the faculty and student body
who have given faithfully of their time to the production of this annual. You have served
a 606 school in a fine way: My congratulations to all!