Huron High School - Tiger Yearbook (Huron, SD)

 - Class of 1932

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'I' H li 'I' I G li R i . 1 . Senior Class Will E, the Senior Class of 1932 of Huron High School, being sound in mind at all times-well, maybe not all the time, graceful in body, and possessors of a generous spirit, realizing that this High,School rnust struggle on somehow after we are gone Chow?J, do cheerfully and humbly will and bequeath every- thing of value in our dear old ivy-colored monastery for future use by our cc-mrades. G All miscellaneous articles, to wit: Desks, blackboards, bottles of vari-colored ink, window sticks, floors, etc., etc., to our Faculty. Other things such 'as parties, electing the Tiger Queen, making the "E" Club, etc., to our successors, the Juniors. To the Sophomores we leave our heartiest wishes, that they may make good use of all the old chewing gum, pink slips, and blue slips Cthese make lovely wall paper, or a nice plan for quilt-workj. The individual members of our honorable body wish to leave numerous favors to those comrades that have fallen by the wayside and to those who remain behind. ' Louis Steurwald leaves to Donald Bindenagel one brass-bound fire extinguish- cr, to be used to cool his temper. Maynard Niermeyer's ability to "get hot" during a basketball game is the heritage of "Irish" McGinty. Dolly Long tenders to Mary Grace her ability of attracting males. Opal and Vera McNichols consent to give Kathryn and Dena Georgiades their new book entitled "How to Master the Difficult Man." , Wilbur Miles doth impart to Eldred Balzer one quart of home-made sauerkraut. Wilma Miles favors Edson Frary with one pound of pig knuckles, in the hopes that he and Eldred shall meet. Evelyn Andrews presents her report card to Le Roy Baum, as an inspiration. Mildred Grace is' heiress to Gwen Bailey's hangout fthe Dean's officej Ability in love science on the stage is Herbert Christen's little souvenir for Elmer Bucher. Frances Humphrey commits her ability as a debater to Lillian Ryden. Maxine Hunt, Lucille Dickinson, Helen Dwyer, and Elouise Brooks confer to Faith Haskell, Gladys Irish, Gail Gibbs, and Lenore Pederson a definite and de- tailed purpose in life, namely-to get your man! Doris Hinds succeeds Zola Jaehn in the ownership of that school girl com- plexion. CPalmolive, of course.J Cyril Jacobs surrenders to Rudy Lovejoy that "Bulldog,' attitude on the foot- ball field. ' A Jack Pederson bequeaths his hi-de-hi4ho- to Minnie the Moocher alias Minnie May Alley. Phyllis Hoffman's graceful figure from hence will be the property of "Pee Wee" Wharton. Margaret Kenney, alias 4'Sleepy,,' imparts to Arthur Collin one golf framed C14Kj newspaper article entitled "How to Walk in Your Sleep About the School Without Slippingf' Maylo Kinsman's tooth brush and one set of false teeth fslightly used-but guaranteedj go to Lois Keck. Mike Schwartzkopf intrusts to Floyd Ulrich a small volume entitled "How to Develop Your Physique." fJust think of it-three weeks ago he was a weaklingj ""'lfbu

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'I' H li 'I' I G E R Sonnet I love so much the stars, the sweet fresh air, The lullaby of wavelets by the lake- The warm damp feel of sand so fine and rare, Or swish of dewy grasses in my wake. I like to feel lake water swirling round Or hear the gentle plash of paddle bent, Or walk beaneath the trees, while on the ground Small beings run about, near quiet tent. How can I stay in school, in smoky town, When back in camp I ever long to be- Conversing with new-made friend, adown The path that runs beneath the oaks, so free-- It seems not months, but years, 'til once again I'll sit beside a campfire with my friends. -Elizabeth Cone The Debater-A Senior? Will your young life all be spent In fruitless, futile argument? Will you never spend your time In lovely dreams, as I spend mine? To you life seems hard as steel, But to me it's vague-not real. Tho' you have facts, and I have dream Is life always what it seems?

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