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  • From 1914 -1933, Girls Basketball was the most popular and organized sport.
  • The Lovers Club had full pages in the first two Yearbooks. Their flower was the red rose, the club "yell" was a gentle sigh, and Cupid was the General manager. It had more than 20 members listed along with its officers and a lovely drawing of a young couple in an embrace but nothing about its formation, goals, etc. It does seem a bit risqué for 1915-1916. One is left wondering what happened to this club?
  • The Class of 1929 was the first graduating class to wear caps and gowns.
  • The Senior Class President of '31 had to sell the idea of a Junior-Senior Prom to the Board of Education.
  • The class of 1932 standardized class rings and were the first class to present letters to school athletics.
  • Mr. H. C. Pittenger came to SAHS in 1918 and was still teaching in 1964. He began the Chorus and the SAHS Orchestra.
  • The National Honor Society began in 1933.
  • Cheerleaders are named for the first time in the 1935 Simmerings.
  • Mr. Harold Leighty began the Band in 1935.
  • The first Miss Red Dragon was Lillian Coalter Deaner.
  • The first Majorette Corp to march with the band was in 1946.

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