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finally given to a good attendance and many laughs. One day all the seniors
dressed up fand really looked swellj for their senior pictures. Cheese!-Then we
had the excitement of ordering our announcements and cards-plus the "grande
exchangef, We all looked forward to our class trip in the spring and loved every
minute of it.
The closer June came the sadder we felt-as you lucky underclassmen will
some day realize-and we gals participated in the Mothers' Tea with slight lump
in throat. Then-it was here-we had made it! Graduation-in all its conglomer-
ate emotions of relief, excitement and sadness. Here-and gone-We all hate to
leave, but guess it just caift be helped, as all good children must move on, fso
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1950 Glass gfistory
Yes, the freshman class! Remember the days when we handy freshmen car-
ried the green books of directions around by the order of the senior patrol? All
the things in the green book were soon forgotten, as we were accepted into the
student body. We all rushed from class to class, fearing we would be late if we
stopped for a drink of water, or to speak to a friend. We soon learned that we
had lots of time between classes, and if we were late, all we had to do was to go
to the office. We were all a little brighter when we went into our sophomore year.
While we were sophomores everything happened! Good and bad-mostly
bad. We started to do many more things of "interest,', such as having a most
clever music box for our homecoming float, a float which would never have
been finished were it not for Miss Beattyis unselfish help. We didn,t even get
recognition for it. Why? The scotch tape could not withstand the "mild" gale
blowing that day-we found, but too late! Then came the "Fiesta de Mexicov
which turned out fair except for the loss of one ceiling, slightly fallen, due to?
Again: scotch tape! But Miss Pfeifferis quick thinking and again Miss Beatty's
sparkling wit pulled us through. The rest of the year We spent selling candy, pen
and pencil sets funder the direction of Mr. Edwards! and anything that would
make money for our Junior Prom, and having learned the hard way, this year
we'd at least gained lots of valuable experience. QWe hoped!!
When we were juniors, we worked like mad to make enough money so that
we could have a fine prom. We sold hot dogs at the games and made our millions.
Our prom with the music by Bob Stevens was a great success treason: no scotch
tape!! and we even made a few cents. We used the theme of a Dutch Pollenaize,
and had a windmill and stream with a bridge, all in the Dutch Carden. We must
mention, too, that our ingenious "Beat That Tigerii float, for homecoming, brought
home second place honors for us. QWe had used thumb tacks.!
Last, but not least, our great senior year came. Boy! By this time we really
felt like big shots, and after all, we were!! Our senior year brought us many
things to do and it was here that we really learned to appreciate the assistance
and guidance of our advisors, Mr. Edwards, Miss Beatty, Miss Pfeiffer, and Mr.
O'Hara. First we made another float, and were greatly disgusted when it didn't
win first or second or even third prize falthough it had honorable mention!, but
this soon passed and we were thinking of other things. Next came our great
Rose Dance. Now, past-masters at the art of decorating, we efficiently carried
through our plans and had lots of fun breaking the profit record-by some 358.
Our senior class play was soon decided upon and we CMr. Edwards! selected
Snafu as being a good one. It was worked on and over, and over again, but
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