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Page 88 text:
Frrst 'row Dorothy Todd W111111 Colhm Lor1 Ie 1n P1r1Q Ruth W1ggo11er E11een Mohler
Dorm Ruyle M1ry Ann W1S81111D
Second 'row B111 Schnntt Nor1n1lee W1ght1111n Ann Kodrob M1nn1e M1e Hoqm D111nond
kodrob M1ry E11 1heth Burnett Ruth W11ken Leroy Korte
Thwd row Kenneth Pdmer uentmn M1xe1ner EdW1rd Buckshot 3tu1rt Boughton
The purpose of the Art Cluh 1 To promote 111 worthy 1rt 1ct1w 1t1eb W1th1n the school The
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Page 87 text:
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Farst row Roger Breyfogle Mary Davas ane Me1senhe11aaer Leola Foulks Frances Cadm an
Georgla Schumacher Betty Aulabaugh Gordon Bentley John Flexon
Second row ohn Mathus Robert Hoxey Norman Bentley Bob Herb Tom Drlscoll IX an
Show Harold Underwood Howard Hayes B111 Godwan Mr Kober
The Camera Club re organl ed an September 1937 has expanded to ats present S1 e by the gradual
UfOWlDg of w1de spread xnterest an photography The members both boys md garls he aded by fllmll'
sponsors Mr Clark Mr Kober and Mr Thompson have gone far ID the dlfferent fields of photography
maklng use of thear newly completed darkroom
prlnts and films and for meetmg In the anner darkroom the actual prlntmg and dex elopmg work goes on
The club also keeps two wlndows filled wath prants taken by members most of whom do thear own hnlshmg
On exhabrt nlght the members exhlblt mounted prants an the llbmry an the form of a Salon The pactures
ire the cholce prints of the dllferent members
The club s ma1n mterest 1 to gate the members a ch ance to learn more about photography Thls
as done IH the form of programs In the past there have been talks on coanposmon IUOYICD natural color
shdes and praze wanmng pactures
OFFICERS B1lIGodmn presldent John Mathus uce preszdent Bob Emmons secretary treasurer Bob
Hoxey adlertzsmg manager
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Prophecy January Class 1939
Madame F1shbe1n of fin lake was xmported to do a crystal b1ll gazmg act that we m1ght see ourselx es
now as others w1ll lxkely see us 1n 1949
OSWALD ACORD xs peddl1ng acorns THELMA ALLDREDGE IS s lllng furlmed shoe strmgs
to the Eth1op1ans MARY BARON has 1ust publ1shed the not el The Tragedy Of The Flea FRANCES
BATCHELOR IS busv l1ck1ng barber pole MILDRED BAUER 15 rapldly ga1n1ng fame as a tester of
Beauty Rest Mattresses NORMAN BENTLEY IS a prom1nent lawyer 1n SIDCIIZ3. HAROLD BERRY
cheese of pol1ce of Dogtown DORIS BLODGETT 15 happxly marrled LEO BOYD IS teachmg the
feeble m1nded at Llncoln GAIL BRADLEY IS a peanut vender LOUISE BRAKE and ALMA BROER
are do1ng Evangel1st1c work at th South Pole BECKY BROWN 15 a promlnent SOCICUY woman at Bnghton
RUTH BUSHNELL has taken up flylng and has made several attempts to cross the MISSISSIPPI R1ver
ELIZABETH CAREY has taken the pl1ce of Loulse Fazenda VIRGINIA CHEESEMAN IS no longer
1 cheese man IVIS CHISM has devoted her l1fe to typewrlter poundmg EUGENE CHURCHILL
15 teachlng Lat1n at Mont1cello GILBERT CLARK IS yell leader for bull Eghts IU gay Madrld ROBERT
COLLINS 15 m1lk1ng cows somewhere m Kentucky LORRAINE COX has entered the Olymp1c games
as Cl famous sw1mmer CALVIN CRAIG IS henpecked Mr Klunk JAMES CREECH has s1gned a
four year contract wxth Cab Callow1y and h1s Harlem boys LYDA BELLE DAVIS 15 champ1on flm
lack thrower at Len s JAY DEEM st1ll has h1s Hort tense MILDRED DOOLEY IS oper1t1ng
a pxgeon farm 1n Cahforma THOMAS DRISCOLL 15 1 glgolo ID New York Cxty nrghtclubs ALICE
ELLIOTT 1S st1ll tak1ng Iromzed Ye ISC 1nd has ga1ned s1x pound LACY ERWIN IS st1ll takmg Trxgo
nometry I ELDON FISCHER IS 1 duck salesman for Joe Penner NORBERT FRANZ IS U S
Ambassador to Fatherland HAROLD GAFFNEY IS a g1ant ID the Rlngllng Bros c1rcus LUCILLE
GAMINDINGER IS a des1gner of lad1es garments at Youngs MARY ELIZABETH GETHING
prefers Valleys to h1lls WALTER GIBBONS got t1red of workmg for the Glass Works and bought
t DOROTHY GIBSON 1S st1ll Shawless DARWIN GILL IS cook at the famous greasy Doughnut
Inn BUCK HAMER now he 1ds Bluff Clty HILLARD HAMILTON IS salesman for Wr1gley s
Gum EVA HAND 15 l1v1ng 1n a penthouse IU Forkeyvllle JAMES HANSON IS New York C1ty s
most respected dog ch1ser HENRY HEATH IS M1ddlewe1ght wrestl1ng chunplon at Gr 1fton BILL
HEEREN IS a ch11mp1on h1gh d1ver who w1ll land on anyth1n BOB HERB IS st1ll seekmg the Golden
Floss LELAND HEUER IS elev1tor boy at the Commerclal Bu1ld1ng JANE HOEFERT 15 house
mother at S1gh S1gh fraternxty 1n Pasadena BILL HOERING now IS owner of H1ldebrands Flower Shop
CLARA HOFFMAN 15 a n1ce quxet w1fe IH the country LEROY HOLLAND IS now IIVIDQ wlth
the Foulk GEORGE HUGHES IS 1n outstandmfr contort1of11st 1t Bunker Hlll MYRON HUNT
IS huntmg dandellons 1n Flor1d1 BILL JACKSON IS oper1t1ng 1n a1r tr rnsport from here to there 1nd
s1ys bus1ness IS breezlng DAVID JACOBY IS ofhcnl drshwasher 1t the Gum Hotel BILL JARRETT
h1s trken over Dorothy R1chter s Dmce Studlo MARY JENNINGS IS te 1ch1ng Englxsh It W M A
WOODSON JOHNSON IS st1ll t1k1ng Chemlstry I at W1ShlngtOD U WALTER KASTEN IS workmv
at the tr1nket counter at Woolworth s DIAMOND KODROS IS 1 greek goddess l1v1ng IU the Med1ter
ranean LEROY KORTE 15 st1ll taklng snaps for the d1v1s1on pages ID the 1939 Tatler T P LEWIS
1 head football coach at Moro JOHN LOCK IS Master of CCf6mOH16S at the Chase Club ELSIE
MALONE IS opera smger It Schubert Rlalto MARY MALONE IS governess 1n a German famlly of
twelve LLEWYN MARCH 15 now K1ndergarten teacher at Horace M1nn STANLY MATTHEY
IS no longer Rowl1ng He h1s l1nded BOBBY MIDDLECOFF IS makmg b1gger and better w1sh1ng
m1ch1ne wr1ngers GLEN MILLER IS gym 1nstructor 1n Godfrey Hxgh School KENNETH MILLER
IS champ1on sk1 Jumper of the world DOROTHY MOLL IS st1ll smgle because run falls at Mont1cello
EDWARD MOOK has at last come 1nto h1s 1nher1tance CLARENCE MOORE IS best garbage collector
1n Ch1CHg0 BILL MYERS has succeeded w1th the C1t1zens Coach Co and now llves on the r1ver 1n
Fa1rmount LEATRICE NIEDERNHOFER has taken over Eddle Duch1n s Orchestra MARJORIE
ODONNELL 15 attemptxng to solve the problem What Makes the K1tchen S1nk7 DOROTHY
OLDHAM IS secretary to ANDREW OSBORNE the new pres1dent of the FIXIE shop GEORGETTA
PARKER IS st1ll parked 1n Can 1da JACK PENNING IS pres1dent of Everyth1ng Incorpor1ted
LAURA PETERSON IS hash sllnger at the B1g 5 WILBERT PETERSON has 1ust refused the
pres1dency of the U S as It offers no future JAMES PHILLIPS now owns Ph1ll1ps 66 GEORGE
REDMAN 15 the last of the Oflglhal Amer1cans ERVIN ROENNIGKE IS Rubmoff s successor on the
rad1o GEORGE RYRIE IS a W1se man JACKLYN SCHNEIDER IS 1n Greenland try1ng to catch
the drlft BETTY SCHRIMPF IS a bookkeeper for J Pxerpont Morgan Investment House 1n New York
Clty SUZANNE SCOTT has turned wr1ter and her latest nox el How to W1n 1 Husband has sold
eleven cop1es JACQUE SEILER IS cartoomst for Alton Even1ng Telegraph KATHRYN SHARKEY
h1s been awarded a Carnegle med 11 for rescu1ng the cat from the well wh1ch llttle Johnny Green pushed
1n CLYDE SHEETS IS manufacturmg refr1gerated bed sheets for hotels and restaurants IVAN SHOW
has at last caught up w1th fortune and IS band dlrector at Colhnsvllle GLEN SMITH IS the star football
contmued on page 95
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