History of the Class of "23": The class of "23" started high school with their ideals "to excell." When the time came to choose their banner, there was nothing that fit every individual as "excellorst of 23," and if you will believe me, everyone lived up to this motto and banner. As freshmen we were there for work and pleasure, each getting its turn. On Founders Day, our class distinguished itself. The life and pomp we freshmen showed was enough to make one place confidence that in the end they would excel. As sophomores we continued our journey in a more earnest manner; some said our class was either dead or sleeping, but they didn't realize that our ideal meant earnestness or failure. The later we could not tolerate. We had our social life that year as well as the year before, but the other classes hadn't been wide awake enough to see it. When we marched up to our dear old school to register as Juniors our breasts swelled with pride. The pride was not amiss, that year (which has just passed) we could have been compared to the star in the play. We had all social life and still were foremost in our work. If you need evidence of our social life ask someone who attended our "Junior Prominade." This is our journey thus far. Next year we will pick up the march as Seniors and keep the pace we have had since the Freshman year. Don't you think that then our dreams will come t rue and we shall be "Excelsors of 23." Viola Madison.
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