Most memorable experience at Tooele High School:
My senior year I had a Physics class which was taught by Silas Young, and was held in the lower level of the old high school. A fellow student, Bill Droegemeier, was also in the class. He would sit at the back and lean his chair against the wall and often fell asleep. Mr. Young lectured with a low monotone voice. On one occasion when Billy was asleep, Mr. Young told the class to leave quietly at the end of the period and not to disturb Billy. It was quite humorous, and we found out the next day that he slept through two more class periods. He got razzed about that ever after.
Doc Frandsen -- Senior English
Kenneth Richardson -- Junior English
Emerson Powell -- Advanced metals shop