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WARNER, LEROY-General. "The style is the man himself." I-Ii-Y 3,45 pres.4.0rder of A 3,4. Quill and Scroll 3,49 sec.-
treas. 4. Honor Society 4. Band 1,2,3.4. Football 2.3.4. B.A.A. 2,3,4. Whirlwind Staff 2,3,4.
WARREN, ROBERTAGeneral. "Inquire about everything you do not know." Glee Club 1,2. Dramatics Club 1. Track 1,
2.3. Basketball 1,2. B.A.A. 1,2,3. Tumbling 1,2.
WAY, ALLEN-General. "For every why he had a wherefore." Whirlwind Staff 3,4g Advertiser 4. Quill and Scroll 4. Com-
mercial Club 2. Science-Math. Club 3. Assistant Business Manager 4. B.A.A. 2,3,4.
WEDDLE, AGNES-Commercial. Eoco Club 1. Girls' Federation 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Commercial Club 3,45 Sec. 4. Secretar-
ial Club 3,4. Band 2,3.
WICKIZER, CRYSTAL-General. "Genius can never despise labor." Girls' Federation 2,3,4, Commercial Club 4. G.A.A.
WILLARD, KATHLEEN-General. "My heart is a singing bird." Eoco Club 1. Glee Club 1,2,3. G.A.A. 1,2,3. Commer-
cial Club 2.3. Girls' Federation 2,3,4.
WINTERSTEIN, CARL-Science. "Life is not so short but there is always time enough for courtesy." Camera Club 4.
Track 3. Band 2.
WOLFE, HAROLD-History. "He who has learned to obey will know how to command." Radio Club 3,47 pres. 4. Latin
Club 3,4. Basketball 2,3,4. Honor Society 4g secretary-treas. Whirlwind Staff 3.4.
WOODARD, CLIFTON-General. "Gold is good in its place, but intelligent men are better." Entered from Gridley, Cal-
ifornia 4. Camera Club 4. Literary Explorers 4.
WOODS, DAVID-General. "When man is in earnest and knows what he is about. his work is half done." Entered from
Donnelly high school 2. Radio Club 3,4 Camera Club 4.
WOODDY, JAMES-General. "Every man for himself." Football 2,3,4. B.A.A. 2,3,4. Order of A 3,4.
ZEMLICKA, KENNETH--General. "Though last not least in love." Entered from Scio 4. Band 4.
I, Fred Anderson, will my popularity with Miss Tracy to a lucky junior.
I, Joanne Andersen, will my curiosity to the one who needs it most.
I, Cleo Armatta, bequeath my hair styles to Hollywood.
We, Mildred Aya and Gladys Mae Horsky, leave our place in the orchestra to some other musicians.
We, Bill Bacon and Bud Tucker, leave our lettering ability to the future seniors to make civics notebooks.
I, Sarah Louise Baker, bequeath my willingness to do things to any stubborn person.
I, Harold Banton, leave my stage "hands" to Oris Willard.
I, Zella Mae Barrett, will my dimples to Ruby Barrett.
I, Sally Bartcher, leave with good wishes.
We, Irene Beamis and Patsy Clifford, do not leave each other yet.
I, Virgininia Brinson, leave my stature to Henry Belle Faulkner.
We, Carolyn Burch and Janice Hermanson, leave volleyball and basketball to whoever is good at it.
I, Clarence Burck, leave my girl friend, but I'll be waiting for her.
I, Evelyn Burck, leave my laurels for Lois to travel on.
I, Howard Burrelle, leave my knowledge of chemistry to Mr. Otto.
We, Roberta Burrelle and Dorothy Sheler, regretfully leave allour dear teachers to next year's seniors.
I, Edith Burton, leave odds and ends here and there.
I, Virginia Butts, leave to join Merle Groat.
I, Dorothy Cade, leave behind my battered textbooks.
I, Gatha Cade, leave my "henna rinse" to Beatrice Conner who needs it just as little as I.
I, Carolyn Campbell, will my talkativeness to Virginia Hooker.
I, Jessie Campbell, leave the next year's operetta to someone of Mrs. Johnson's selection.
We, Lucille Coates and Margaret Canning, leave the Home Ee. Club after long faithfulness to it.
I, Doris Coffelt, leave my place in the Library Club to next year's executive.
I, Mattie Copple, leave to join my friend at noon as usual.
I, Robert Cox, regretfully leave Winona Perry,
I, Bruce Davis, leave my croak to the frogs in the marsh.
I, Jean Dawson, leave the ancients to their fate.
We, Leona Day and Gladys Hoflich, leave our quiet ways to some of those boisterous sophs.
I, Carol Dirrett, will my queenly ways to Ruth Ehrlich.
We, Marion Doble and Alice Leichty, leave together, taking most of the brains of Albany Hi With us.”