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The class of 36 held IIS first meetmg durlng the fall of th year 1932 We had
as our advlser Miss Sab1na Morosolx Durmg the beglnnmg of our h1gh school
careers all of us were a l1ttle slow 1n talclng an act1ve part 1n Student Body matters
bemg more or less afra1d of th upper classmen however our fears were soon
abandoned and we qulclcly fell ln step wlth the rest of the school Our chlef soclal
event of the first year was the Freshmen Return whlch was gxv n to the school
an appreclatlon of the delxghtful Freshmen Receptlon The Freshmen Return was
a masquerade and was really one of the outstandmg socxal functlons of the year
Our athletlc abllxty was recognlzed durmg the sprmg when we made a splendld
showlng ln the lnterclass traclc meet
Our Sophomore year was comparatwely calm However we drd have at th
helm of our class a very capable and energetlc presldent Adolph Magrx All
through the year we showed a gr at deal of class and school sp1r1t The Sophomore
Hop was our major soclal event of the year and turned out to be qulte successful
At the first annual school p1cn1c durlng our Sophomore year we agaln showed our
prowess ln athletlcs by comlng ln a close second loslng to the mxghty umors
Ar the end of our Sophomore year we were left wlthout an advlser due to the
fact that Mlss Morosolx res1gned her pos1t1on from the faculty of the St Hel na
Hlgh School We 1mmed1ately elected Mr aclc Rannells a very capable person
respect d by the ent1re class He held th1s pos1t1on throughout the remalnder of
our hrgh school days
Durlng our unlor year we recognlzed the rmportance of bemg upper classmen
Many of us held responslble Student Body posrtlons and reallzed that the Stud nt
Body government really rested upon the shoulders of the Senlors and umors
However our ch1 fproblem of the year was the flnancmg of the un1or Prom After
a great deal of worry the members of the class flnallv scraped enough money together
and held quxte an elaborate ball for the departlng Senlors Towards the be
gmnmg of the second semester many un1ors could be seen proudly dlsplaymg
recently bought class rmgs whlch proved to be the nvy of the ent1re school I
athletxcs we were champrons wmnxng both the mterclass track meet and the con
tests held at the school p1cn1c
Senlors at last' We had finally reached the last step of our happlest days 1n hlgh
school career True we had our happlest days xn hrgh school durrng th1s year but
wlth xt we had our small troubles We were most actrve durlng our senlor year
takmg part IH practrcally all affalrs and settmg an example mor or less for th
rest of the school In Aprxl we were g1ven a dehghtful ball the Jumor Prom by
the class of J7 The Senlor Sneak proved to be a blg day the party havmg
gone to Ho Bergs where everyone enjoyed hrs share of swlmmxng dancmg
and a great many other actlvltles Our last and most successful soclal event of our
four years was the Senlor Ball It was financed by the profits from the sale of candy
every noon throughout our senlor year The ball 1tself was qulte an elaborate affalr and
can truthfully be sand to be one of the finest ever had for several years In athletlcs
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I Adolph Magrl w1ll my abllxty to keep on the good s1d of Mr Crearv and
my ab1l1tx to keep the bllls pald and the books straxght to the mcommg treasurer
I Melun Marshall w1ll my ablllty to run the 880 to my brother Llttle Blue
beard and my deep aff ctxon for Nxck to Marshall S ars provided Galleron
I Elwood McCabe w1ll my hery top knot and my prowess on the trumpet to
Carl I-'lllker and my famous mlle long speeches to any freshman wlth a l1 yars mind
I Maryorxe McM1llen w1ll We Wxllle and my qulck temper to Dorothy Young
I Alfred Perazzo w1ll my ab1l1ry to get xnsects ln my eyes wh1le runnlng to Don
C0551 and my marvelous performance n the Alto to Ed MacDonald
I Olga Perazzo w1ll my flgure to Alma Sculattx and my 1ntense knowledge of
U S H1story to ack Nagel
I Rose Pogg1 x lll my ab1l1ty to keep my mouth shut at the proper IIITNZ and
my l1st of good lookmg saxlors to Marg ret Mercler
I Mary Reb1ch w1ll my four palrs of tenn1s shoes to NIISS Hahman and mx
Slnglllg talent to St lla Galll
I I-Ienry Rutherford w1ll my very fine op1n1on of myself to Douglas I-Iobson
and my stubbornness to Eddle Beroldo
I Ida San B1ago w1ll my dxgnlty to Mr Debely and the knack of bemg popular
1n a crowded bus to Madelme Alexander
I Elmer Sard 111 w1ll my secret method of burnmg out lathe bearings to Mr
Rannells and mv endurance on the same m1ch1ne to Ben Mattxuzzx
I Andrew S1gnorell1 will my fame as a he man wxth a harry chest and my
reputatlon as a lady k1ller to Donald Chant
I Rae Stand1ford w1ll mv pretend d a1r of mjured rnnocence to Fay K1dd
and my endurance rn a squeakmg rockmg chalr to Florence Gar1bald1
I Earl Stetson w1ll my hatred for the gals to Laurle Wood and my fame and
sklll as edrtor of the orxgmal publlcatxon The abber to Albert POHII
I B verly Street w1ll my twenty seven dogs all rabld of various slzes breeds
and colors to M155 Sugars
I Vffally Tw1chell w1ll my Ford to Mr Creary my ab1l1ty to use l:1g words
to oe De Lazzer and my gestures to Russell Small
I Francls Wagner w1ll mv abllxty to wear snappy clothes to Lorrame Keller
my weed llke height to Rev Standxford and my coldest shoulder to Roy Chavez
I John WHISOII w1ll my S ar to Mandy my strength to Mr Woodworth and
my abxllty to get my way to Mr Sandborn
I Ethel Zumwalt w1ll ohn Watson to whoever wants lnm wrth the CXCBPIIOH of
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we were qulte succ ssful Vfllllllllg the mterclass traclc meet and contests l1eld at the
school DICIIIC However we were detmted bt the S I-lele111 All Smrs 1n football
1fter 1 sple11Cl1dl1 fought game
Throughout our four years ofl 1 lm school XR as a class tool 1 xery act1ve part 111
Student Body act111t1es and 1lT11rs XXHICIILKLI' If 111s our turn to e11terta1n the
Stu ent Body we d1d s promp It 1 1th tl1e he t of our ah1l1ty Vve as 1 cl1ss were
also noted for our SCllOlE15I1C sta11d1nG 'md many gatned renown Ill athleucs XVe also
Qamed d1st1nct1on from our capable leaders both 1n class and Student Body Through
out our tour years me had leaders wht were nergeuc and capable and durtng ou
sen1or y ar those talcmg part 111 Student B dt ofhces proved to ln most 61'1fl1US1
HSCIC and efhc1ent
Fall fall thou ghtterlng star
Everyone wonders where you are
Up 1n the heat C115 ye ghtter so fzvr
Thou fallest toward earth,
But strll lf s left hare
We 1mag1ne your beauty, so perfect and r1rc,
But we never can touch you for you re never here
You malce a bmght hghr 1yh1ch PICFCCS the a1r
You may l11t the earth but we never know where
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