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Henrietta Shillman Harry Simmers Adelaide Smith Barbara Smith Geraldine Spenser Otha St. Clair Joseph Swink History, English Music English, History Math, Algebra Math, Science Civics Shop Art Auto Mechanics Ann Thomason Hazel Waters Pauline Webb Edna Weeks Elsie Wertz Mary Wright Sue Yates English Geometry Chemistry Science English, History Librarian Math Forensics Public Speaking Drama Algebra Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Bowling, and Mrs. Gibson finish the last min¬ ute touches before the rush be¬ gins. Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Gibson, and Mrs. Francisco pre¬ pare for lunch.
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Hal Johnston Opal Keffer Doris Kelly Phys. Ed. Algebra Home Ec. Forrest Smith Guidance Mildred Chapman 8th Grade Guidance Mildred Kidd History, English Nancy Kolmej Elizabeth Lawerence A tKiJ ' U u Typing O ffice Practice L Norman Lineburg English Martha Logan Mary Jane Maxwell English, Latin Algebra Plane Geometry Dematris Meador Bookkeeping T yping Dick Miley Phys. Ed. Dorothy Miller Mary Mitchell Lake Newton David Nickerson Latin Typing Librarian Biology General Business Dorothy O’Dell Biology Kenneth Orr Ag. Shop Agriculture Jane Painter Phys. Ed. Mary Parrish English History Elsie Proffitt Rebecca Rhudy Robert Patterson Stenography Mary Rash English, History Dan Richards Science Typing French World Geography Civics Murphy Scott Agriculture Ag. Shop Betty Shelton General Business Typing, World Geography, Civics
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(ladt — Siudentd This year’s cast has shown superb ability, both in scholastic attainment and extra¬ curricular activities, and because of this our play is a success. The stars were the foremost actors, but now must bow out as the curtain closes for the last time in front of them. The co-stars eagerly look forward to next year’s performance. The supporting cast, while in the background of our drama, has shown outstand¬ ing talent. The understudies look forward to a greater participation in our play. The ingenues can hardly wait to learn the script and to take a few bows. The offstage chorus anticipates being a part of the main production. Thus it is with pride that we spotlight this year’s
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