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0 D IKUKX N0 ll I I CLI llll II
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We the Class of 37 a decldely small and qulet group, entered hlgh school
durlng the fall of 1933 As Freshmen we possess d a certam Splflf that was ever
present amongst us whlch has made us an outstandmg group ln the eyes of the
other classes Our first soclal event arrlved when we gathered upon the football
turf one noon hour durmg September to r1d the Held from large and damagmg
rocks In thls way we not only lmproved the turf but expr ssed our gratltude to the
faculty and the oth r classes However, we were amply rewarded through the
generosxty of our adviser Mlss Lull, who s rved us large quantltles of xce cream
Durmg the latter part of November we ran true to form and gave a Freshman
Return Durmg May the first Annual School P1cn1c was staged and turned out to
be an affa1r 1n whrch all of us played a consplcuous part Sp clal mentxon mrght
be glven to the wonderful dramatrzatlon of The Merchant of Venlce that we
put on Thxs Shakespearean productxon was a tremendous success and was not
only p rformed for the benefit of the Student Body but for several outs1de organ
xzatxons as well
Our Sophomore year was qulte calm VVe had no Sophomore Hop due to the
fact that the coffers of our treasury were extremely low I-Iowev r we drd play a
most actlve part 1n the several school functions and socxal ev nts Our dramatlc
abxlxty was once agam exhlblt d durlng our Sophomore year when we presented
a colossal puppet presentatlon, under the dxrectlon of Mrss Kelley, out English teacher
During thus last year we achieved the rank of umors and finally reallz cl the
responslbxllty and lmportance that is due upper classmen The problem of most con
cern to us this year was the financmg of a unlor Prom Thls problem was Hnally
solv d by means of a number of candy sales The unlor Prom was glven on the
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SEN OR HOROSCOPE
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18th of Apr1l and came off 1n hne style The hall tx as art1st1cally decora ed 1n blue
and gold the colors of the Class of 36 and proved that we un1ors were qu1te
slctlled IH the art of decoratmg The Prom 1tself was qu1t formal mth Mareguards
Orchestra of Vallejo furmshxng d1v1ne mus1c Refreshments were s r ed through ut
the evenlng and ev ryone had a most dehghtful t1me
Throughout our h1gh school careers thus far the present 1un1or class has net er
fa1led mn an obl1gat1on to the school has always g1ven Student Body entertamments
when called upon and has always cheerfully helped 1n soclal and execut1ve act1v1t1es
As a class we were comparatxvely small and so contr1buted but very few athletes to
the var1ous athlet1c contests but after all orams are more xmportant than brawn
Upon the Semors d parture th1s year we feel quxte conhdent that we w11l be able
A SENIORS SECRET
OR ALL THAT GLISTERS IS NOT GOLD
Th1s annual w1th honeyed phrases
Tuumphantly has sung the pra1ses
Of our h1gh school s more pleasant phases
Suppose we chuclced what we ve been taught
And d1dn t say the thlngs we ought
But put down what we really thought
That we th1nlc Enghsh IS the bunlc
MISS Lull s ten polnters have us sunlc
And as for chem we ll no doubt flunlc
About the dances that were Hops
As well as those that were the tops
And how the homework never stops
Wh1le Monday 15 a day that s hated
Three thtrtx Frlday 15 awa1ted
And une the twelfth s ant1c1pated
But though Ive sounded very peeved
I hope that you won t b decelved
Ar leavmg T am really gr1eved
THE GARRULOUS GRADUATF
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