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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
On a bright September morning in 1914. as a body of
thirty-two Freslnncn we started on our career in the Soutl1
VVhitley High School. Since we were just FRESHMEN and
were unaccustomed to such a large number of students and
teachers we entered upon our High School work with fear and
trembling evinced by the superior authority of the faculty.
After a few weeks however. thru the kindly admonitions of
teachers and thru our own observance of upper classmen, we
soon shook off our fears and began to make ourselves known
and recognized. That year. despite the fact that we were just
freshies. three of us made the regular basket ball team, and. in
addition to this, we had some sueeess in track. as we had many
able representatives. We had several class parties in the early
part of the year. and during the winter many coasting parties.
so that from a social standpoint our Freshman year was a great
The next year all but one cf the old members returned as
Sophomores. Altho we were supposed to be very wise. we soon
learned that there was a great deal of wisdom 31111 knowledge
that wc had failed to acquire as Freshmen. Caesar was ter-
rible, and Geometry still worse. and wrought havoc with our
scholarship standings that year. Few socials were held as we
were too busy acquiring an education. However, i11 athletics,
we held OHI' place.
This year twenty-four of us are back as Juniors and we are
making an earnest endeavor to make this the best of the three
years. We have a good representation i11 all departments-
athletics. music. literary and social-and it is our sincere in-
tention to keep our record unsurpassed in all of these till we as
Seniors bid farewell to our beloved High School in 1918.
For the out going Senior of 1917 we have the highest re-
spect H1111 next year as Seniors, hope and aspire to make as fine
a class record as our predecessors have aeheived this year.
Geo. Fosler. '18,”