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The Class of 1940 Carnahan, Killen, Stockdalc, Davis CLASS OFFICERS Prtsidtnt Warren Davis Vice-Presidt it Mar3aret Carnahan Stcrtrary ; Robert Killen Treasurer . _ Earl Stockdale Student Council Kepre entatives Vernon Alderson Ross Adams Dan Remley James Startzell Alternates Floyd Smith Robert Lynch Many experiences have contributed to the metamorphosis of those all- knowing people who today call them- selves seniors. Four years ago registra- tion line was a new phase in their young lives; todav it is a routine matter. During their second year, it was the delight of the sophomores to dictate to the incoming freshmen. Last year those same people looked forward to student teaching and grad- uation. Now that that time is here they do as seniors have done for years — they recall the social highlights of their Indiana stay. Perhaps some pre- fer to think of classes; others carry away memories of lovely friendships; a favored few take with them cher- ished honors. The class has grown smaller since this group came to Indiana. Many have secured positions, some have been married, and some have decided upon other careers. Much credit must be extended to those people who have served as officers of this class. Those people who have guided the group through the present year are Warren Davis, President; Margaret Ellen Carnahan, Vice-President; Robert Killen, Secre- tary; Earl Stockdale, Treasurer; Stew- art Johnston, Ross Adams, Dan Rem ley, and Vern Aldcrson, Student Coun- cil Representatives; and Harold L. Camp, Adviser. The 1938-1939 officers were Vern Alderson, President; Dan Remley, Vice-President; Warren Davis, Secre- tary; and Robert Lynch, Treasurer. The previous vear Joseph Sariscak was President; Lois Dickinson, Vice-Presi- dent; Bill Shick, Secretary; and Theo- 28
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Freshman Class: Meet in auditorium, Sutton Hall, at 10:10, Tuesday . . . Sophomore Dues: Sophomores — pay your dues at Recreation Hall today at 10:00 . . . Senior Dance: Members of the Senior Class please sign name of guest on list in office . . .
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(.lore I. ink. Treasurer. When toJa ' s sophisticates came here as treshmcn, thcv choscjack lai;an, IVesideiit; Dan Rcmlcv, Vice-President; Warren Da- vis, Secretary; and Glenn Blubaugh, Treasurer. The most important annual class events have been the proms. The freshies donned formal attire on Febru- ary 20, 1937, to dance ro the music ot Noel Townsend. jolinnv Mac fur- nished the swini; and swav tunes for the Sophomore Prom on January 4, 1938. In the junior year, tuxes twirled trailing gowns to the melodies of Will Click. To the music of Johnny Mac, the seniors danced through their last soft-light and full-dress occasion on November 4. The seniors first appeared in caps and gowns at Swing-Out. The gradu- ating students marched in double line to their seats to watch the program. With the approach of Senior Week those who are graduating add event- ful occasions to their already large store. On Senior Day comes the fun and frolic picnic held at the School Lodge. At the Commencement exer- cises parents and friends see an array of academic gowns, a presentation of diplomas and hear a challenging ad- dress to the seniors. Baccalaureate Service is durintr these last few days of Senior Week. The class of 1940 has the honor of being the first to have the Senior Week exercises in the new auditorium. As students conclude their college careers there is always a sense of sorrow and regret. However, even greater, there is one of triumph for a task well done and a hope for further success.
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