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"A full rich nature free to trust."
l'l renee is forever laughing and
n akes exeryc ne around her laugh. As
cass poet she helped to make the
ini al a fuccefs.
Meet the only senior of the girls
basketball team. She has la temper
which escapes once in a while but we
like her just the same.
"He who invented work should have
Roy is the kind that likes to argue
in class. He is the teacher's chief
worry. lf you don't believe this ask
any of the section l students of En-
"Snowball" likes everybody and
everybody likes "Snowball," He has
caused much merriment during his
high school career for which we are
"When joy and duty clash, let duty go
Helen is a girl that we all like. She
is one of our staunehest helpers when
it comes to class affairs.
"Blessings on thee, little man."
Ordell is one of the "big" Seniors.
He is always looking for a good time
and usually finds what he is looking
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CLASS HISTORY OF 1922
Once upon a time, not so very many years ago, order was created out of
chaos for a certain number of striving little souls. They endured eight long
periods of time trying to get accustomed to and acquainted with the manners
and peculiarities of this world and its inhabitants. To them life seemed a re-
petition of the same dull procedure until a new light began to dawn which
they recoginized as the Four Great Seasons of Education.
They entered on the first season with the same zeal and hope, which they
have retained up to this time, willingly performing the required tasks and
striving toward a Goal which loomed bright before them. Spring seemed
glorious and they enjol, ed it light-hearteclly.
After spending a few days of Summer, that season fascinated them, and
while they enjoyed the warm sunshine still they heeded the threatening storms.
However, they were so enthused that they could not restrain themselves and
so expressed their sentiments in music, arts, and lively activities.
This group of youinig people were so animated with life that they Were
loath to leave Summer, but Father Time could not wait and so they stepped
over the boundaries into Autumn. This period seemed to cast a sad and
gloomy aspect over all at first, but finally it taught these people to appreciate
life in a different light. Guided through dark nights by the bright, gleaming
stars of the faculty, they proceeded toward the festive white Wfinter.
There were many dark storms throughout this season but they were
cleared away by the many sports and social affairs which always accompany
that Season. Nevertheless a sad and gloomy shade seemed to be cast over
all: this was the end of a bright and happy year with only memories remain-
ing. Everyone was downhearted and sad Lllllrtll now they have discovered that
this one year of happiness has been only a forerunin-er of many similar bright
years and seasons: and again Spring looms promising and bright in the
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"A maiden never bold of spirit, still
One new member to our class. Helen
has not been here for so very long
but she has made many friends during
her brief stay.
"A jolly, good fellow."
Rotkins was good to us when she
sent this fellow up north. He joined
us this year and has proven afworthy
"Welcome whereso'er she went."
lllzlbcl has the power of thinking
things out for herself. When you
once gain her friendship she sticks to
you through "thick and thin."
'IA youth was there, of quiet ways."
Politics is "Dick's" hobbv. He is a
fine fellow and a good friend when
you get acquainted with hun.
"VVe miss him, yet we feel him still,
Admidst our faithful band,
As if not death itself could chill
The warmth of friendship's handf,
We c0uldn't get along without Carl
in the orchestra. He has a sense of
humor such as few people possess.
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