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Too Late Last Night
Ayoung man dashed down the street,
Not looking very fine.
He wore tan Oxfords on his feet,
In size a number nine.
Upon his head he wore no cap,
His tie was in his hand.
For this he did not give a rap,
For he was late for band.
Mr. Ham Qin Economicsj --"Linwood, your notebook is very small--very
much boiled down. Why is that?" .
Linwood--"I take English from Miss Sample."
Mr. Ham--"You mean you take cooking from Miss Graham?
Evelyn Jones--HI heard you talking to yourself, while you were taking a
shower, Margaret. That is a bad custom." ,
Margaret--"I wasn't talking to myself: I was talking to the soap. I slipped
on it and fellf' 3
Miss Samplefln Eng.IIIJ--"Don't make your outlines general like this.: In
his youth he was ambitious: he dreamed of smoking cigars like his father!"
Eugene Hessel--"That's the way 1've been doing, Miss Sample." , aff
Just because Miss Graham writes "No Charges" on the cafeteria notice,
Walter Baldwin thinks everyone can have free ice cream. Q 1
Lois Fiscus--"Leonard, how big is Bayside'?l' A I
Leonard--"Oh, about the size of New York, but it isn't built up yet.'.'
Fern Un Eng.IIIJ--"Great Scott, I've forgotten who wrote Ivanhoe." i V i
Mairie S.--'Tll tell you if you will tell me who the Dickens wrote Tale of
Two Cities?" "
Mr. Moss Cgiving his chemistry class alecture on honestyl--"Now then, sup-
pose a friend lent you his overcoat, and, putting it on, you found rin one
of the pockets a quarter which your friend had completely forgotten. You
would not keep that quarter, would you?" I
Everett--' 'Certainly not. "
Mr. Moss--"That's right. What would you do?7'
In history--"Why was the Battle of Waterloo decisive?"
Bright student--"Because it was fought on a hot Sunday in June."
Mrs. Hill--"We will now name some of the lower species of animals, start-
ing with George Ford."
Mr. Moss fin chemistryJ-- "What is the next element ycu are going to an-
alyze for me?"
Walter Baldwin--"Just a minute. It's on the tip of my tongue."
Mr. Moss--"Well, don't swallow it--it's arsenic."
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PERSONELL A '
Editor-in-Chief ..... ................. .... T r uman Wood
Assistant Editor .... --Harry Ramsey
Business Manager---..-- -- --Donald Inskip
Organizations Editor- i,.s ..,... L ouise Krohn
Literary Editor ,,,, - Novelle Rowland
Art Editor-.. .... ..... G race Lovejoy
Calendar ....... Dorothy Graham
Dramatic Editor e.Lr iEsther Stewart
Josh Editor Liyyg --.. C larice Getlchell
Snap Editor ,,.ee,Le.eLe ...... M arjorie Small
Senior Class Reportern, ..... Homer Spellenberg
Junior Class Reporter ......r D -- ..... Eugene Hessel
Sophomore Class Reporter eee,e .... R achel Schussmann
Freshman Class Reporter ..., ,.... K arl Cooperrider
Serving as a mouthpiece of the student body, the staff of the annual
"ADVANCE" yearly voices the activities of the school through the printed
page. Working under the assumption that this book will in later life happily
recall one of the gayest periods of your school career, We, the staff, have
earnestly endeavored to record accurately and concisely all happenings of
the year worthy of note. That the pleasure we believe will be accorded you
in giving these pages reminiscent glances may in the future be increased,
it has been our objective to portray the activities in as interesting and
artistic a manner as is consistent with our abilities.
In closing this chapter in our high school's history, we feel a. sense of
accomplishment, though small, in preparing for your hands the 1926 issue
of "THE ADVANCE." We feel that we have gained from association with
the Work it has offered. We know we have received an added appreciation
of the value of cooperation, increased responsibility, and the satisfaction of
In full realization of the benefits we have gathered, we wish at this time
to extend our sincere thanks to the faculty in general, to which this book
has been dedicated by the editor. Signal gratitude, however, we believe to
be due Miss Mary Sample, Mr. Irven W. Davies, Mr. A. O. Cooperrider,
and Mrs. Rosabelle Hill. Working with them has tended to lighten our
tasks and broaden our personalities.
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