Murwin, Chester (ed.) / The crimson
, '. ..........'2: . . . . . -"............-...-.-........ .. . L . "...... Freshman History Class of 1923 We entered the High School in the fall of 1917. In the Junior High School we were a class of sixty-five strong. Our membership has been swelled to ninety members Ily boys and girls from farms of the surround- ing communities. During our short stay in Junior High School we pre- pared ourselves for the coming years. At the beginning of our Freshmen year the atmosphere surrounding us held a greenish tint. Now that has disappeared and we are a class to be proud of. We lived up to the High School standards by entering heartily in oratorical, debating and athletic contests. Many of our members were very successful and those who did not win high honors gained much experience. We have given many parties during the past school year. At the end of the year a class picnic was held at Charley Bluffs. Here the classmates enjoyed many sports such as swimming, rowing and base- ball. After these were held a picnic dinner was served. These picnics are rare treats and are long to be remembered. We have worked trying to do our best and therefore declare our Freshmen year a success. We are all proud to say that we are members of the class of 1923.
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