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Page 24 text:
Senior Class Cfficers
STANDING: Joan Musialg Nancy Mazewskig Barbara Jasinski.
SEATED: Vera McCown, Treasurerg Carroll Walczak, Secretary, Helen
Fleming, Vice President, Sue Brown, Sergeant at Arms.
NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Judy Austin, President.
Graduation, the goal of every senior at Whitney, is finally here. The
past three years has meant hard work which will lead to a vocational
achievement, a successful position in the business World.
Eight years of elementary training plus one year at a district high
school preceded entrance to Whitney as a sophomore. That year, We
became familiar with teachers, upper classmen, and the routine of a regular
day. To give us a sense of belonging there were many events planned. Some
of them, the assemblies at Macomber, shop meetings, the junior-sophomore
"Pants Party," Christmas Party, never-to-be-forgotten Whitney Day. Class
elections brought our first year at Whitney to a close.
Learning more about our chosen field was the accomplishment of the
junior year. As we came in contact with new sophomores, we gave them
the feeling of home. The end of the second semester brought employment
for some. Others worked after school or during Christmas holidays. The
candy sale, mothers' luncheon, Junior-Senior Day were the major activities
of this year. The most exciting was receiving class rings.
The senior year is the fullfillment of planning at Whitney. All the qualifi-
cations and knowledge We have accumulated are now put to use in our posi-
tions and stored up for the future. We recall many happy memories, the
forums, employers' luncheon, trip to Washington, prom night, senior
banquet, the music as We Walked down the aisle at honors assembly. The
final curtain comes down on happy friendships with students and teachers
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"For truth is precious
"Her smile sparkles
Senior Class Presi-
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Literary Clubg V.I.C.
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