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Composed and written by Ninn Lehman,
LEE' s by Leroy Haley.
Page 15 text:
i' IDIIJD ANNIIJAI. 'A'
On May seventeenth the Junior-Senior Banquet was held i
Harveyis Restaurant in the Hotel Bechtel at Wooster. After the
banquet there were games and dancing.
On September third, 1941, we assembled for our last and
busiest year in high school. Our class ,had now decreased until
we occupied only nineteen seats in the back section of the studyw
hall. During the year a new member, Charles Dietrich, joined us
but later withdrew so our number was still nineteen.
As officers for this year we again elected Eugene Uhl,
president: Leroy Haley, vice-president: Margaret Tyler,Soerotary
Audrey Olson, treasurer. To the Student Council we elected
Eileen Levers and Doloris Long. As advisor we chose Miss Graber.
For the second School Fair, sponsored by the R, O. H. and
F. F, A. Clubs, we sent two girls to represent our class in the
election of a Harvest Queen, one, Doloris Long, being chosen
Other activities during the year to raise money were as
We gave the play nMiss Jimmyn, directed by Mr, Frey:
sold Christmas card subscriptions: sponsored a movie, sponsored
supper: and sold candy at the basket-ball games.
As a class flower we chose the American Beauty Rose and ,
nThe elevator to success is closed: use the stairwayu is our class
We never thought we'd reach the end
Of Education's trail:
Sometimes it seemed too long and hard,
That surely we must fail.
Yet milepost after milepost passed,
And here we are--arrived at last2.
The days and months were endless long,
The years too thick to count:
And crowding faster though we went-
Still what e vast amount!
Yet we pressed on with pulses fast,
And now behold-we're here at last!
So at the end of this school year
We feel a surge of pride:
Right on the top of fortune's wave
We feel that we should ride.
For now the last milepost has passed
And here we are -- arrived at last!
Page 17 text:
ir DIUD AXNNIIJAIL 'K'
We, the heretofore last members of the House of C,H,S., the
Senior Class of 1948 A. D., being duly examined and advised do
hereby declare this to be our last will and testament, All fore'
going wills are declared null and void,
SECTION I: To the faculty we extend our congratulations and
sympathies for their cooperation and interest in this great class.
SECTION II: We hereby declare that good behavior must also
be enforced by the faculty to all future graduating classes.
SECTION III! These special bequests are made to the facul-
1, To Mr. Martin, we leave the sole right of singing
the early morning songs in the study hall.
2, To Miss Titschinger, we leave the rest of the docile
students in Chemistry Class, and hope that she can bear up under
the loss of her most brilliant students.
8. To Mr, Beasley we leave an Agriculture Class that
will not stay in the study hall to get Miss Koontzfs goat, CWe
want to use it for a Maseot.Q
4, To Miss Graber, we leave one hundred C1001 mouse-
traps, We also give her permission to dispense with all formal-
ities when she comes face to face with one of the aforesaid
SECTION It We leave to the juniors 24 seats in the rear of
the study hall and give them all our privileges Qif they can find
them, we never didl. We also give them the opportunity of work-
ing up to the level of the class of '42,
SECTION II: To the sophomores, being a small class, we
leave all our extra credits so they may all get through to be
SECTION III! To the freshmen, we leave all our habits Cyou,
must be good now? and the possibility of spending three more
years of cramming, other than at lunch time,
SECTION IV? The 7th and 8th grades are as yet not of age to
become high school students, but upon becoming of age we will give
the 8th grade girls better defense methods,
SECTION V! We, the class of '42, extend our sympathies to
Creston High School for the heartbreaking loss of this wonderful
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