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Page 16 text:
-Qne musT noT overlook Marjorie SmiTh even
Well, yes, he is bashful.
Cheerful worker is Verna Vofh
Nafional onor SocieTyg Band, I, 2, 3, 43
Baskefball, l, 2, Junior Journalism Club,
Ig Tickef Squad, 2, 3, 4, Trahfic Police, 3.
Hard To improve whaf ever she
Ouill and Scrollg Book and Travel Club,
r 'd T Gl e Cl b 2 S
4, Pesl en, 4, e u , I, I carlef
Feafher Slaff, 4, Producfion Sfaff, 41
Gamma Lambda, 3, 4.
' ET all sTand in solemn awe. We are
abouf To unveil The sacred rnysTeries
concerning Those lordly creaTures-Those
magriificelnT beings ThaT sTalk The upper halls,
and populaTe The upper lefT corner of The
Sfudy lhlall-The lSeniorsl. The class of '36
claims many disTincTions. l-las iT noT num-
bered among iTs forTy-nine boys six Tee+ and
.Three inches of Frank Anderson? Then Too
Though she is only four feeT eleven inches in
A DespiTe The frequency of Olsons and John'
-.sons on The class roll, bruneTTes predominaTe.
The class' maioriTy proves an excepTion To
l-lollywood's dicfum in favor of blondes, by
casfing an overwhelming voTe Tor Those of The
BuT for kindly faTe, The class would be minus
forTy-Three of iTs members, for ThaT is The
number recording narrow escapes. The lisT
of mishaps ranges from auTo accidenfs and
drowning To "AlmosT Taking a girl To The
Senior hobbies were widely varied. Read-
ing, hiking, and sTamp and coin collecTing
were common. One unusual senior recorded
his hobby as being "naTural sTudy."
Blue was The color Thaf appealed mosT To
The eye, while over The radio, Eddie CanTor
and Jask Benny seemed To please-being
elecTed The radio performers mosT generally
in demand. The Chase and Sanborn hour,
feafuring Major Bowles was generously ac-
claimed The mosT popular radio program.
lT has aT lasT been made public why The
seniors have such an inimiTable sense of
humor. They all are followers of "Popeye,"
vofing his comic sTrip The mosT pleasing.
"Joe Palooka" came in a close second, ho '-,- 1-
ever, wiTh "Maggie and Jiggs," noT far bc-
hind. KaThleen Norris led among The auThors
wifh Zane Grey, and S. S. Van Dyne, close
compeTiTors. ln The magazine world, The
"American" proved mosT popular. Cine-
mafically speaking, Dick Powell was ouT in
fronf wiTh Clark Gable, James Cagney, JaneT
Gaynor, and Shirley Temple, general favor-
Senior views on more serious subiecfs were
equally decided. When asked, "Are you a
pacifisT?", forTy-eighT replied in The affirma-
Tive and Twenfy-nine in The negaTive, The resT
regisTering no opinion. The class was unani-
mous in supporT of EThiopia in iTs presenf
conflicT wiTh lTaly. Among The suggesTions
for school improvemenTs, ideas for wrap
lockers, a school cafeTeria, a swimming pool
in The gymnasium, and a ParenT-Teacher's
AssociaTion were submiTTed.
lviargareT Johnson and Edmund Manogue
were chosen as The mosT popular girl and boy,
Jean Servick as The preTTiesT girl, James
Quinn as The besT looking boy, and Cameron
I-loff and EdiTh Langley as The ideal boy and
girl. Donald CarTer was elecTed The ouT-
sTanding baskefball player of The year, as
was James Quinn The ouTsTanding fooTball
However, The Time has gone To praTe of
su' h Things, for soon Spencer Lee's laugh will
be, TIT an echo: and Vincenf Johnson's abiliTy
To cope wi+h X's, Y's, and Z's will be buT a
IS V LM ERS
Travel T 9. .uc
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Empcrla High School, Emporla, Kansas,
I, 2, 31 Pcrsonalily Club, 4, High School
Players, 4, G. A. A., 4.
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1 Xctlubt - .Q Club L 2, Gamma Lamb
" au 4 A n 2
E, , . A., l,' I, 3, 4, Operefla, 3E
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"We are lhe Music Makers."
Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Band, 4.
' "Dell wilh finger and brush."
Drum Corps, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, I, 2, 3,
4, Senior Arl Club, 3: 41 Home Eco-
nomics Club, l, 2, 35 G. A. A., I, 2, 3,
Gamma Lambda, 3, 43 Chorus, 2, 3, 4.
rp? :fe Mariefyll
IMG. A, A., 2, 3, Home Economics Club, 2,
3, Glee Club, 2, 3, Senior Arr Club, 4,
French Club, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 45
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I yvrgng sopll"sliea+ed lady"
ss Play QJfJGperelfa, g rum Corps,
2, 3, 4, oe Club, I, , 3, 1 Secrelary,
3, i Eh P 2, 3L,4: G. A. A.,
I 2 , 4, Qa m L mbda, 3, 43 Person-
ali Club, 43 H c Economics Club, 43
Chorus, 2, 3,
iygrf' The world lrnows llflle of Hs grcaf-
A, -Eiass Play, 4, High School Players, 4.
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Her very smiles are sweeler 'lar
Than smiles of olher maidens are.
Home 3, 43 Gamma
Corps, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus, I, 2, 4,
4, Gamma Lamb
l, 23 Person-
PreH'y lo wall wilh yLL"M..
And pleasanf fo fell: wifh.
Home Economics Club, l, 2, 3, 43 Senihr
Arr Club, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH TRULEN A f"'6fy
Wherever is lo be dordffrdone. I
Glee Club, Ig Producllon Slaff, 4, Home I f
3 4 C7 A A I
Economics Club, I, 2, , 1 '. . ., ,
23 Book and Travel Club, 4, Gamma
Lambda, 3, 4.
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This nce ewa4eneJdoes nof
Home Economics Club, I, 43 G. A, A.,
I, 2, 33 Senior Arl Club, 43 Gamma
Lambda, 3, 41 Scarlel Fcalhcr Slall, 41
Producfion Slaff, 4.
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