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Ten of the Junior girls helped lVIrs. Gettell at a tea which she gave for the
Seniors in June. The reception which vve gave the Seniors was very successful
and much enjoyed.
As the last olliicers which as a class We were to choose, Warrior' Carter was
elected president, Earl Knight, vice-president, and lvTary Green, secretary and
In November We gave the Senior Dance, inviting the other classes.
The next time that We made our public appearance was in April at the Girls'
Competitive Gymnasium Demonstration in which the Senior girls Won the silver cup
Our graduation in June, though it Will be the end ofthe life ofthe Class of '24
in A. H. S., Will be the beginning of a new life for each one of us.
X Theresa Van Rensselaer.
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After the long, dreary summer of 1920 how glad we were to hear the school
bell's merrv tinkle calling us back to work. We were particularly happy because
we were going to enter "High Schoolla' However, as soon as we entered the build-
ing, we came to earth with a sudden jolt. 1n the halls were groups of our fellow
classmen, wide-eyed with wonder, awe, and fright, knowing neither what to do
nor whitther to go. How small and insignificant we felt under the scornful stares
of the Sophomores, the amused glances of the Juniors, and the condescending
manners of the Seniors who occasionally deigned to bestow upon us a few words of
wisdom and advicel
The first important event of the year was our class meeting at which we elected
Jack John for president, Robert Atkinson, vice-president, and hfaud hflarshall,
secretary and treasurer.
A Our next great day was November 4, when we chose our class pin from the
three selected by the committee consisting of Egbert Brown, Jack John, Robert
Atkinson, Mary Green, and Maud Marshall.
When Jack John left school in Nfarch, 1921, Robert Atkinson succeeded him
as president and Albion Allen was elected vice-president.
At the first class meeting of our Sophomore year we elected Dwight Strong as
president, Robert Moody, vice-president, and Helen Brown, secretary and treas-
urer. A little later the class dues were raised from five cents to ten cents in antici-
pation of the "Great Dayf' three years distant. After this we faded into the back-
ground and became nothing but scenery as far as the other classes were concerned.
At last we were Juniors, upper classmen, no longer to be looked down upon.
In preparation for the great year before us, we elected Helen Brown president
Albion Allen, vice-president, and lV1ary Green, secretarv and treasurer.
The Junior play, c'Come Gut of the Kitchenf, was very successfully presented
on April 25, 1923 f ll d
I , o owe in a few days by the Junior Dance. The only painful
memories of this year were our tw b f
in a competition of the classes.
o rave yet eeble attempts at cheering in assembly
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