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Page 81 text:
iidrawing a fat salary as coach for the foot-
IIAnd did he tell you about Leon Hill?
:1 iiYou remember his first exploring tour
4; ial t0 the Hudsonein the interest of
: "Since then he has annexed the latter
has company in all his expeditions?
"The day before sailing, I was. at New-
7 in the races. I met iIPetei, Kinney. It
be and Harold Sessions have combined
' and are spending their time playing the
a said that Sessions was having a hard
ends meet because of his large family.
r ing prosperous, however?
J?Speaking of large familiesr-you know
" p came from one of that, kind. He is
. D. in Riverside. I was told that he
are partners. IPat, is an under-
;i-' the two they make piles of. money?
?Let us change the subject, it is alto
some. Have you seen todayis' wire-i
it tells of another internationai mar-
rious Prince Hardup has married an-
'ety belles-Florence Freestone. They
Kt says in an airship, one of the relia-
ke, invented, patented, manufac-
tured, run and repaired by Chester Houghton. our old
f. R: III had a ride in one of that make once
and I think they are not worth anything. The engine
broke down before we got started. We have another
representative from our class in New Y ork society.
Flora Miller has been attracting attention there late-
ly. While in the city I called on her. You wouldnt
know her now. She used to be so quiet, you know.
Well, she is completely changed to an all-around
society girl. Let us see. We have mentioned almost
everyone in the class, havenit we ?ii
H. L.: iiNO, there are Elva Tambling, Mabel
Rusch, Zora Inman and-Ji
f. R: gOh, I know about them. They have
formed a company, and obtained .a corner on shoe-
strings, raised the price to hve cents a pair, and have
become? enormously wealthy; incidentally they are
H. L.: UfIFine. By-the-way when I was in Chi-
cago, I' had a funny experience. I met a persistent
and very voluble pneddler, who had some sort of shoe
: polish to sell. MI thought I recognized the fellow and
when I got a chance to say a word I found it was
Harry Xoung. You know he always had anvery ex-
tensive vocabulary and was very fond of using it?
I. R.: iIYes,, and for that reason I thought he
would be an orator or a preacher or something of that
H. L.: IISo did I, but you cant tell what the
world has in store for these talented people?
I. R: IiT'hat is true. Take us for instance."
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sat in seats decorated with green and white and gave
our vells and class songs which the girls Of the C1355
had composed. .
Commencement night our mascot, a white teddy
bear, which was seated in a green hoop during the
exercises. mysteriously WI vanished. Although we
found no trace of it we still mourn its loss. .
The morning after commencement, about nine
o'clock. the class set out in a hayrack for Poittawat-
omie lark. After the picnic dinner dancing was en-
iOVCtl. Harry Vawter and Eva Alden furnished the
iniisic. About five we started for home, determined
to go again next year and have as good a time.
7 One week after school began in 1907 the present
Senior class was organized and our officers elected:
Emmett 'llay-lor. president; Daisy Kelley, Vice-presi-
dent: Eva Pearl, secretary; Ralph Cunningham, treas-
urer; M11 Williams. class counselor; and Miss Bowen,
.Xt the second business meeting we decided to
publish an Annual which should excel all others in in-
terest as well as talent. Those who purchase one this
year will find this is true.
Two beach parties were enjoyed, one at St. Joi-
scph and one at Hig'man Park. The hayrack ride, the
supper which awaited us and the pleasant evening
spent at the home of Leda Granger will long be re-
mcmhei-eil. One of our number has become quite a
hypnotist and displayed his power by bringing two
members of the class under his spell. The class has
hml three delightful dancing parties; a llHnskin" Beeh
at Fair Plain; a leap t
given by six boys of the: i
In athletics we have
In foot-ball there were
Bishop, Horace Easton,.
ert Belknap. In basket-
Hill, James Dewey, Gun
The Senior basket-ball t
pionship and are champ
gan. In base-ball there
was captain for this
Hill, J. B. Bishop, Guy .'
the track meets Will Bast
and Leon Hill have cam
Not only have the f a
letics but also in debating;
Junior year, we won the
Harry Young was given
district oratorical contest
trict contest. ;
T he Seniors who g1
are Florssie Wells, Daisy
Granger, Emmett Taylw
order of commencement,
somewhat, for much to?
not sit on the stage anti;
given mostly by the Cl a i
N ow, although the
in name, let us go on .
chosen motto, IIBe and;
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H . L.: HDo you remember Clayton Bowden
J. R: IIThat sporty little fellow?ll
H. L.: llYes, that is he. Well, he and Fred
Carter are running a paper out 1n Denver. Clayts
the same old sport and IBudi-he has turned out to.
he a ladies man. IVould you have thought it.PH
f. R: HI should say not! I also hearcl that
Stella Ieft'rev had taken up a claim somewhere in the
West. ' Do Iron know anything about her ?I,
H. 1.. :' HYes. she has taken up a Claim in Ne-
vada, I think. I was in Oakland a few days ago and
I saw Lotta Hatheway. Shels no longer single and is
enjoying life in the fullest sense?
I. R.: lISpeaking of Lotta Hat'hezway reminds
me of Luly Hess. She is a missionary on a leper
island. You know that has been her ambition ever
since she was a Freshman."
H. I..: ItFunny ideas these girls have anyhow!
I know of two others that have fulfilled their am-
hitions. Nellie Perkins is teaching a. Sunday-school
class in Chicago and Elizabeth Emerson is a nurse in
an insane asylum."
f. R: tlYes. and Ralph Cunningham is follow-
ing his natural bent. and in his brothers footsteps in-
cidentallye. He is a Sunday-school superintendent."
H. 14.: mWhen you were in Chicago, did you
hear the famous Imperial Concert Company ?"
. f. R: IINo, my stay there was so short that I
did not have a chance. I heard it was fine and was
sorry I missed it.,,
.H. I,.: lIWell. I did and it was as good as ad-
vertised. Eva Alden is the pianist, you know, and
her music was somethi
Bishop, Was the best
attended all the line con
Where is Eva Pearl?
you known" '
J. R.: HIs it possi
f. R. :' VHeard w
J. R.: llVVhy, she,
wtomanrs rights. She
states and has created
women. You know Eva
H. L.: IIYes, if I" 7
I. R: llD'o you
Floissie W ells ?,I
H. L.: llYes, I 1'
out to Grangerts one It
too. And where are th
I. R.: IlVVe'll, af
course, both went to I
There are two other tea.
Harris and Elizabeth I
and conduct a boarding
elusive in the East? '
H. L: IIYou k w
intellectual. Here is -.
forgotten Horace East
I. R.: IlNo indeed V
H. L.: IlWell, he?
Harvard University." I
f. R.: IlHe! !! I
H . L: ItYes, for is
he told me himself. H"
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