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Gleanings of '24
(1924)

Junior firsts,   pp. 30-31


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JUNIOR FIRSTS 
Edna Fredrick, Helen Gillis, Arlene Anderley, Lucille Wood, Emma Slatky,
Edna Rusch, 
Nad'ne Nelson, 'lhercsa Steffeck, Ruth Ama,. Evelyn Cherney, 
Floyd Fuller, Lois S, gel, Dexter Angus, Laurel Heaney, Chester Coopman,
Keith 
Parkinson, Ralph O'Neil, Kenneth Ernst, John Kowalczyk 
Dorothy Rymer, Elenora Holmes, Marion Cleary, Lucille Dupuis, Beatrice Tracy,
Clara Slatkey, Cle3 Peek. 
Freshman Class Officers 
t~residerit.......................................... Lionel Coopman 
Vice-Preside lt ................................... Chester Coopman 
S,-ecretary  ............................................. Robert  Coffey
Treasurer  ..........................................  Marion  Cleary 
C lass Advisors ............. Mr. Holzinan. Miss Bluemke and Mrs. Rice 
DOINGS OF THE FRESHMAN NOT THE DOING OF THE DUFF'S. 
The Freshmen Admit They Are "Green" 
l)o you remember the (Ia, 'school started? We certainly did make 
the Upper classmeu sit up and take notice because of the large enroll- 
sient of our class. We numbered eight-six. Of course, we were "green"
for the first few days, but it didn't take us long to learn. It wasn't in
attendence only that we surprised the upper classes, but in the way our 
boys got on the football team. The little Freshie Lionel Coopman won 
a football letter. This is the first time in the history of the school that
- Freshman has been awarded a football letter' None of the boys from 
our class were selected to play on the first basketball squad, but that is
no sign that we can not play basketball. We may be called -green," but
we can work all th' same. When the contest was held in school to see 
which class could raise the most money through subscriptions for a 
magazine the Freshman class won in the race. We do our share of 
studying too. Some of the little Freshmen are scarcely visible from 
behind the armful of books that they carry home at night. By the 
time we are Senior; we expect to be the best class this high school has 
ever had the honor of educating. 
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