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Trombone-Charles White, Keene Nlarstrell, Wilma Howard, Dean
Gilmore, Norman Lewis, and Evelyn Shipton.
French Horn-Marguerite Fisher, Dean Winrod, and Richard Lewis.
E Flat Saxophone-jack Furbav and ,lack Staneart
Tenor Saxophone-jack Nlarstelli.
Bass-Richard Veley, -lohn Brakebill, William Smith, and Dick
Drums-james Baker, joe Haverfield, and Charles Henry.
Cornet-Tommy Haverfield, Clara Ross, Duane Hale, Dick lVlcClave,
and Hetty White.
Bass Drum-Kenneth Gilmore.
THE SENIOR YEAR
The Senior Year is the students' last year of high school. For
them it involves hard work, much studying, and brings a mixture of
sadness and gladness.
They receive their class rings of which they are very proud.
Certain senior students constitute the Echo Staff. They do the
work for the year book. so that the students of the high school can
have this book to remember their high school days.
Gther senior students begin studying many different subjects
around Christmas time. Later they form the Scholarship Team.
The last two weeks are perhaps the happiest time of the whole
year. The Senior Play or Gperetta is presented, and the junior-Senior
Dance is held.
On Sunday evening before graduation, at the Baccalaureate Serv-
ice, the seniors march down the aisle to the platform, where they lis-
ten to a sermon given by one of the prominent preachers.
When graduation night arrives, the seniors are found to be sit-
ting on the platform in their dignified caps and gowns, wishing that
once again they were Freshmen, with all the happy years yet to come.
They listen while the Valedictorian and Historian make their
speeches, then they step forward and receive their diplomas, which
they have worked very hard to receive.
A few days later, as a tribute to the seniors, the Alumni Banquet
and Dance is held. This makes the senior feel that he really is some-
one and helps him to start on his long path of life.
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