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Page 90 text:
QQ! FTER this great play the sails of the Argo hung
V' W slack. No one left their cars for any excite-
,sf lax ment. Thus they lingered for two weeks until
,Q,, A ssl, May 17, a day which the school board had set
aside as a play day, when there should be no lessons and all a-
board the Argo should go upon the land.
All the Argonauts were divided into two groups. One gr0UP
consisted of the grade Argonauts up to the seventh grade. Then
the junior and senior high school students formed
the second group.
After the first mate took roll call, all the Figigal
Argonauts left the Argo for a day's fun upon the F1333
land. It was the first annual Field Day the Arg-
onauts ever had, and they played seventy games in all. Among
them were: dodge ballg relaysg hop, step, and Jumpg basketball
throwsg kittenball throwg broad jumpg dashesg cock fightingg and
others. The great day ended with a tug of war.
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Page 89 text:
George who was engaged to Mable Warren, Virginia Bonnallie,
knew something about these love affairs and thus could help pat-
ch the trouble.
Two young and fair youths Sally Davidson, Dixie Elliot, and
Tommy Granville, Byron Husevyg said, UWhat's the matter with you
Eddie, why do you sit there so sad?N And thus they tried tc cheer
But there were yet two who were making things hard for the
youth. They were clubwomen, active members in civic work who
made things unpleasant by flinging out,he was not the real star,
They were Miss Dalrymple, Marcella Petersong and Mrs. Granville,
Then the youth told his story, things were made r1ght,Edd1e
in the end became the singer in place of the other Eddie Barry
who was quitting, and Uncle George became more bent on having
Mable Warren as his wife.
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Page 91 text:
Again the Argonauts
came at last to the shore
They let the troubles off
them with the play, UMeet
took their places at the cars. They
of what seemed to a vast inland sea
their over-wearled minds to refresh
The following Argonauts provided the entertain- Class
Ben Blayne ------------ a young lawyer --.--.-----+- Vernon Winkels
Betty Elayne ---------- his sister -----------.-------- Jean Tlegen
Jenny ----------------- a Swedish cook ------------ Bertha Severson
Sally Sherwood -------- a college student ------------ Alice Johnson
Bob Durant ------------ Betty's fiance ----------- Sigurd Osmundson
Snorklns ---------- ----a cocknev butler ------ Frederick Schaefer
Elaine Durant --------- Ben's fiance ---------- --Bernette' Rancher
Aunt Dorinda -------- P-Bob
and Ela1ne's aunt ------ Florence Brewer
Dr. Jimmy Snodgrass---an asteopath ---------- -- Herbert Jasperson
MlSS Muggs ---------- --Dean of Kitcham College ----- Shirley Larson
Reverend Wr1ght--- ---- a preacher --.---------- Robert Finbraaten
William Hawkins ------- Ben
The hall was filled
gan. Every member of the
of laughter rise from the
and Betty's uncle--- Herman Klappsrick
with a great audience when the play be
play had a hit part which made peals
spectators. Sally agreed to imperson-
ate the millionare uncle of Ben and Betty. Many obstacles a-
waited her. Sometimes she was lnsolently spoken of, then she
was urged to marry Aunt Dorinda. The real uncle's arrival hdds
to the situation.
Three romances were
going on through the course of the
play. The old-maid aunt and the dean of the college struggled
for the uncle who was sometimes Uncle Sally then again Uncle
Bill. The Swedish cook, Jenny, and Snorklns, the butler made a
The Argonauts went back to their cars again after this
great play which had been
directed by Miss Larson.
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