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1935 THE SIREN 1935
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First Row, Left to Right: Mary Kornorek, Sally Bawol, Edith Brown, ,lane Benbow, Alma
Head, Ella Mae Towne, Thomas Gaffney Cpresidentb, Gertrude Crowe, Robert Jones, Alice Rob-
bins, Martha Wicks, Mae Moyer. Second Row: Harry Stanimer, Glenn Bartlett, Samberino
Di Mare, Melvin Morgan, Philip Rubel, Robert Knobel, Ralph Morgan, Eleanor Green, Bernice
Smith, Anna Gasper, Edna Blackstone, Edna Smith, Lewis Dutton, Robert Smith, William Green,
Edwin Bryant, Salvatore Guido.
Third Row: Edwin Green, Mrs. Pritchard fadviseri, Albert Zambone. Fourth Row: Lillian
Peek, Paul Allen, Doris Loughlin.
A The Senior Tribe
y In 1932 two barbaric tribes made their appearance in the towns of Sauquoit and
Clayville. These two tribes were very wild and very little civilized. During the year
they made rapid progress in attaining civilization. ln Sauquoit the tribe numbered
26 and made a remarkable showing in athletics. ln Clayville the tribe numbered 20
and also showed achievements in athletics and prize speaking.
ln the September of 1933 the most remarkable event ever recorded in the annals
of history occurred. The two tribes residing in Sauquoit and Clayville migrated to
the Central Sauquoit Valley High School, and the union and assimilation of the two
tribes brought forth the remarkable sophomore class. The achievements of this
group soon made tlfe tribe the most known of all the tribes in this central nation.
'i he tribe now numbered 37 true and staunch members. They chose their motto.
ttAt the foothills climbingf, and their tribal colors, blue and gold. Five boys and
four girls won places in basketball, and in the inter-tribe contest the sophomores won
Thus the sophomore year came to a close, and eagerly the tribe waited for new