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THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 38
We the Class of 38 first assembled durlng the fall semester of 1934 At thxs
t1me we elected our class officers and also chose as our advrser, Mr Nemo Debely
Our first few days 111 h1gh school were ones 1n wh1ch we f It ent1rely lost However, as
we gradually 1ncreased our acquamtances w1th students from other classes we
developed 1nto oulte a llvely group and one that has grown to be very act1ve We
were formally welcomed to this hxgh school 3mldSt a great deal of lclndness and
frlendllness at the Freshman Receptxon whlch was gxven us by the rest of the
school A few weeks later we held our first social functlon the Freshman Return
Thls affalr was qulte successful and those attendlng had a most enjoyable evenmg
A great many freshmen boys went out for the var1ous athletlc teams durmg thelr
flrst year and smce then have ga1ned renown ln thelr respectlve sports I mlght also
add that we as a class were qulte aCt1V6 m all Student Body affa1rs durmg our
Our Sophomore year was very quxet We had no soclal functlons of our own,
due to our flnanclal status, but we asslsted ch Student Body 1n every possxble way
Throughout the entlre year, we gave varxous Student Body entertamments, lnclud
1ng a few dramatlc product1ons, all of whlch were successes 1n ch 1r own l1ttle way
We again galned hlgh honors ln athletlcs and had a goodly number of repres ntatxves
on every athletlc squad
The Class of 38, ln 1ts two years of hugh school llfe, has fulfilled m every
posslble way each requlrement aslced of If We all hope to contmue to do as well
m our next two years, not only for ourselves, but for the ben Hr of the school as
well The entlre class wlshes to thank our advlser, Mr Debely, for all the tlme
he has glven us and also for h1s good common sense I-le has been a fine advlser
and we all hope that he w1ll contmue h1s good work wxth us LAURIL WOOD
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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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WHOS WHO AND WHATS WHAT IN THE FRESHMAN CLASS
Out of the forty two Freshmen IU our class only n1ne have been together srnce
lcmdergarten Th se are Dallas Heldberg, L IS Schnelder, Margaret Merc'er
Olga Della Magglora, Rena COHIIDI Albert Baldoccln, Harold Smrth, Marshall
Sears, and Robert Thorsen They are the n1ne who were the foundatlon of our
growmg and promlsnng class By the thrrd year ten new nam s were added to th
nrne They were AllCC Eymard Alma Sculattx, Marle MRIIIUZZI, Nellre Salvestrm
Charles Varozza, Edward Beroldo Harry lVI1lan1, oe Baranztnl, Kenneth Taplm
Paul Englx In the fourth grade only Nlathras Lopht and Lorame K ller yoxned
the class By the srxth year Aldo Mlchelh Donald Cha1x, George Rutherford, and
ack Proaps made the number r1se to twenty Hve Irene Regello Mona Bouquet,
Ardrth Great, Ed MacDonald Leroy Hollts, and Bobby Thomas added then
names to the class roll when the Class of 39 was ln the seventh year of grammar
school Fae Krdd, who went round and round and round for a wh1le, and hnally
came out here, made the seventh stud nt to enter the class rn IES seventh year Only
three more came durmg the erghth year Th y were Betty S oclcwell, Nadm
Holmes, and Douglas Hobson Frve more students added the1r names to tht
class roll brmgmg the number up to forty Those live students were members of
the graduatmg class s of the varlous rural schools rn the St Helena Hlgh School
DISEFICI They were Lena Brovelh Loure Brovelll, Marre ODonnell, Vrrgrnla
Martin, and Bob Gallron Byron Heclcard, and Chester Stoeltmg dxdnt jom
the class untll the thxrd quarter of thls y ar
On Frrday September 13 1935, the class ofhcers were nommated It was thc
first reun1on of the St Helena Grammar School graduatmg class and all the mem
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