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Page 57 text:
William Landers-"Lovin' Sam"
Carol Lamb-"The Shiek"
Emmet Carter-"It Took a Wild Wild Woman."
Eugene Lewis-"Whenever you're lonesome just telephone me
Howard Lewis-"Pm Happy"
Maxine McNeese-"Angel Child."
Pauline Hurlburt-"Toot, Toot, Tootsie."
Herbert Greer-"Don't Send Me Posiesf'
Elizabeth Black-"Pm Just Wild About Harry."
Dalton Bigelow-"Kiss Mamma, Kiss Papa."
Russel Heintz-"Rudolph Valentino Blues."
Garrel Cox-"Ain't We Got Fun."
Dallas Bigelow-"Agravatin' Pappaf'
Howard: Alloway-"True Blue Sam."
Katherine Utter-"Little Red School House."
Dorothy Williams-"Black-Eyed Susan."
Marie Landers-"Ain't Nature Grand."
Burton Bowman-"The Young Rajahf'
Ferne Lewis-"Why Should I Cry Over You."
Demarious Smeltzer-"November Rose."
Beatrice Boden-"Kitten On The Keys."
Mary Barnett-"Oh, What a Pal Was Mary."
Page 56 text:
Edna Herbel fEdJ Her favorite confection is gum.
Russel Hintz lRustyJ Oh, Katherine, trade at Hoods.
Burton Hollistor-Don't I look like a "Toreador?"
Marie Landers-Baby Marie.
William Landers fBillJ-I like my domestic science.
Eugene Lewis-Send it to Hendersons.
Fern Lewis fPeggyJ-Pretty amusing and neutral.
Howard Lewis fBusJ-He wields a wicked pancake turner.
Mildred Lilly-Well Goofey.
Wallace Lines-Stop, I'm going to think.
Ethel Merrit-We feel sorry for Raymond.
Myrtle Merrit-Class Flapper.
Margaret McCornack-A studious and care free girl.
Hamid Strey-He'll come back.
Harold Tennant-He knows his stuff.
Katherine Utter-She hopes for a Ho-ill-me.
Ruth Utterback-Hey, kid, got a comb?
Anna Vallin-She has a smile for everyone.
Marjorie Wallace-If you know her, you'll like her.
Royal Wallace-A great story teller.
Grace White--Please notice my dimples.
Dorothy Williams-Oh, those curls.
Marguerite Wilson--No relation to ithe ex-President.
Jessie Woosley-Always cheerful and generous.
Carl Young-That hard hitting Swede.
Marvel Cartwright-A pleasing new scholar.
Elvin Stranathan-Elvin is a good sport and we like him.
Ellorie Wallace-The rink is more to me than Steve.
Jessie Wilson-Her smiles co-me from the soul.
Roy Frus-Whats a round square?
Verne Goeldner-A very quiet boy CH
Elmer Geis-What was that?
Walter Gerdes-My hair may be light but my head isn't.
Ralph Graham-No relation to crackers.
Ona Grandfield-Pease notice my feet.
Joe McCoy fTin Head!-A good sport.
Edgar McDowell-Full of spirit, fun and pep.
Maxine McNees-A girl with many talents.
William Myers-I'm very quiet.
Dorothy Newcomb-Dorothy has a pleasing personality and
Lucile Ohlschlager-Eloise are you going to the dance to
Hilding Olson iSwedeJ-Who said I'm not a Swede.
Paul Huntington-A student Creston will be proud of.
Pauline Hurlburt-I received A. What did you get?
Ralph Ickis-All I want is a farm and Maxine.
Arline Isenhour fPickelsJ--Oh, how I love to giggle.
Reba Jeffry fJeffJ-I've the A plus'es.
Velma Johnson-Reba's rival for A plus'es.
Harold Keck-I'm a nice boy.
Maurice Kenworthy-Boy, I'm sure a bearcat.
Paul Keys-He likes everything but his studies.
Mildred Kroon-If my hair was money I'd be a millionaire.
Lina Lackenmaier--I adore the color red.
Letha Lacy-My head is too small for the rest of me.
Carroll Lamb fDuckyJ-I go to school for fun.
Catherine Cahill--51.50 Vanity a week.
Clara Curry--A nervous wreck.
Lauretta Case iSparkplugJ--The rink for me when ma d
Velma Case-Oh! Boy.
Margaret Choate-I drive a spotted pony.
Paul Conway fPrunesJ-Ho1d'er New't.
Garrell Cox fCoxyJ-The pride of our basketball.
Sullivan Crane QSullyb-The pride of our basketball.
Emmett Carter-A "Strand"ed boy.
on't know it
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Page 58 text:
The Annual Home Declamatory Contest was held December
19, 1922 in the High School Auditorium before a large and inter-
ested audience. The Contestants had been well coached by Miss
McGhee, the Public Speaking Instructor. They all gave their se-
lections unusually well and it was very hard for the judges to
choose the winners.
The Program was as follows:
Piano Solo "Etude Arabesque" ........ ..... E velyn Hessel
"Eulogy on Daniel O'Connell" ....... ..... H oward Beatty
"The Woe of Belguim" ..... .... J osephine Geis
"The Death of Garfield" .... -- ....... Marcia Perry
"The Tomb of Napoleon" ........... .... M iriam Reynolds
Vocal Solo "My Ain Folk" ........... ..... W alter Wade
"The Soul of the Violin" ............. ..... E dith Brown
"The Coward" ...................... ..... L aura Eatinger
"How the La Rue Stakes Were Lost" ........ Gertrude Harriss
"The Mallet's Masterpiece" ........... .... M axine McNeese
"The Alien" ...................... .... H elen O'Rourke
Piano Solo "Joyful Peasant" .......... ..... C arrol Jennings
"Cupid and a Cadillac" ........................ Berle Comfort
"Biff Perkins" "Toboggan Slide" .......... Harold Enghauser
"The Missionary Box that Scandalized the Village"
"The Old, Old Story" .................... Margaret O'Rourke
Music ...................................... Girl's Glee Club
DECISION OF J UDGES
First place-Oratorical "The Tomb of Napoleon"
First place-Dramatic, "The Coward" ........ Laura Eatinger
First Place-Humorous "Cupid and a Cadillac"---Berle Comfort
Second place-Oratorical "The Death of Garfield", Marcia Perry
Second place-Dramatic, "The Alien" ...... Margaret O'Rourke
Second place-Humerous, "The Missionary Box That Scandalized
The Village" ........................... Pauline Hurlburt
Miriam Reynolds, Laura Eatinger and Berle Comfort took
part in the Quadrangular Contest held at Bedford on Feb. 23, 1923
Miriam Reynolds, was given first place in the Oratorical
Berle Comfort took first place in the Humorous class.
Helen Wyand of Bedford was given first place in the Dramatic.
The five schools competing in this contest were Clearfield,
Gravity, Lenox, Bedford and Creston.
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