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Personalities of the Class of '26
Virgil Griffin-The Famous Baritone Soloist.
Quentin Beal-How I became a Clarinet Player.
Dwight Miller-The One Who Knows How to Curl His Hair.
Nelson Glessner-How to Make Love.
Howard Bowman-Always Teasing a Cousin.
Elton Fetzer-How to Make an Evening Call on a Sophomore.
Gayle Mcllvaine-How to Talk Latin.
Roy Webb-"The egg with the red on is for the Doctor."
Leona Carter-How to Drive a Ford.
Merle Grlner-How to Get Acquainted with the New Junior Girl.
Harry Keck-The Polk Shiek.
Gladys Bowman-How to Manage the Girls' Basketball Team.
Ralph Metz-Trials of a Bachelor.
Robert Norton-How to Bawl the Class Out.
Iola Scholl-Great Friend of the Noble Freshies, "Scotchie."
Ruth Jordan-Lessons on Flirting.
Josephine White-"Wouldn't it be 'eavenly to be 'ooked up to a
Noble Darr-How to Write Love Letters to Polk.
Naomi Double-A Sweet, Quiet Little Maid.
Lillian Russell-Who has Red Hair.
Victor Zeh-How to Drive a Ford.
Harry Sykes-A Brilliant Law Student.
Francis Ritzi-The Clown of the Junior Class.
DeVere Shannon-"Oh, I'm poisoned!"
Charlotte Repp-Ask her who lives in West Salem.
Virginia Sellers-"My Ideal is a Tall Man" ,
Harry Slater-How to Get In with the Seniors.
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Junior Class Activities
PRESIDENT-Robert Norton VICE PRESIDENT-Gladys Bowman
SECRETARY-DeVere Shannon TREASURER-Merle Grlner
During the flrst week of school the Junior class gave their new friends, the Freshles,
a weiner roast. Both classes met at the school house and then went to Killbuck, where
we played games. On account of rain it was necessary to rush to the school building
and partake of the eats. All report an interesting evening.
There were two surprise parties held during the year. The first was on September
fifteenth at the home of Ruth Jordan, and the other at Gladys Bowman's on January
second. At both places beautiful presents were received. Lovely luncheons were
served and a good time was enjoyed by all. '
The Junior class held a party in October in the school gymnasium. Most of the
class were present. Many games were played and refreshments. were serv-
ed which added to the evening's entertainment.
On the twenty-seventh of March the Junior class held a masquerade box social at
the gymnasium. Many, were present and interesting games were played. Thirty-five
dollars was cleared by the class and prizes were given to the best dressed girl and boy.
Miss Brillhart and Nelson Glessner received the prizes. 1
The class ordered rings or pins in March. When they were distributed everyone
was satisfied with them and considered them the finest jewelry C. H. S. has ever pur-
On the fourteenth and fifteenth of May the Junior class presented to crowded houses
their successful play, "Getting Acquainted with Madge." '
Wednesday, May the twentieth, the Junior-Senior banquet, the last big event of the
year, was held at Lodi, at the Taylor Inn.
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