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Page 68 text:
I THE CREST I
Francis Land-She's as smart as a whip.
Irene Lane-It's easy to tell she's shy.
Audrey Ling-No I never saw rouge, lipstick, or powder before.
Walter Lossnerw-Call on me when you need someone to use the
Charles McBrien-Our freshman joke this year.
Margaret McDonough'-Is a great addition to old UCHSH.
Joe McLaughlin-Everyone calls me an infant in long pants.
Cleo Martin-He's easy on feminine eyes.
Donald Martin-Our second VVebster.
Beulah Messler-I know but I can't think.
Jack Metzger-I can't talk my voice is changing.
Ernest Miller-I speak right up to evevrybody.
Kenneth Miller-Our young ladies' man.
Arlene Milnes-My heart is going to fail me pretty soon.
Clara Moreland-Please call me Charlie.
Clyde Morrow, 'tRoscoe"-He's the Freshman mascot.
Carl Nelson-Very quiet and conscientious.
Beulah O'Neal-May I use your vanity case?
Helen Osmond-I'm good in English if I do say so myself.
Helen Orth-I love a good argument.
Robert Packwood-Robert has dark hair, which makes him goo
Earl Pettigrew-Earl is the biggest man in the freshman class.
Erma Pettigrew-I wish I wasn't so bashful.
Eugene Penn, "Penn"--Do you know I believe in evolution?
Phoebe Penn--Carol sure is stuck on me.
Crystel Petterson-They say I'm a pest, do you think so?
Lewtelles Recknor-He says just what he means.
Lola Recknor-Thanks for the peanuts and buggy ride.
Do you remember when I wore long curls?
"Curley"-If you want any advertising tell me.
I get my English lessons sometimes.
I'm going to try to get up early tomorrow.
I don't have time to get my oral reports.
Bonnie Roberts-This Latin makes me sick.
Marion Roberts--People call me Bonnie sometimes.
Clara Rodabough-Why worry about English when A I
Emil Schermacker-I hate the thought of studying.
Erla Schoonover-slirla is a friend to all her classmates.
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Aaron Seamon, "Larry"4Yes, I can drive with one hand.
Charles Smith, "Chuck"--Algebra is my pet subject.
Vadah Smith-I'm just one of the many Smiths.
Furnace Stanley, "Furnie"-The l'reshman's human joke-box.
Pauline Stoenner-I like my physical Edward.
Simeon Strauss, "Sim"-My isn't that funny?
Robert Streams-I'm here to enjoy life and nothing more.
Helen Swanker-Good night Clark! pleasant dreams.
Mildred Taddicken, "Flanks"---The proud possessor of a "Boots"
Velma Vanscoy-A girl that doesn't have the drug store blush.
Harold Wagner-All the freshmen girls say he's handsome.
Roberta Walker-Wait for me kid.
Faye Wallingford-Yes I think I'm nice, I don't have a fellow.
Hazel Waltersdorf-Oh! long hair is coming into style again.
John Way-A Cherry street lullaby.
Harold Weber-Diminutive and doesn't say much.
Marcaline Weber--I ran out of gas this morning.
Bernard Welcher-Oli! yes Mr. Kelley.
Thelma West-Yes I'm kinda bashful.
Jessie Wilson-Likes to just sit and chatter.
Virginia Williams-Oh! Eddie's all right.
Neil Woods, "Woodsie"-Say isnlt she beautiful?
Gertrude Young, "Gertie"--I can sing like a lark
sy to get?
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ii'ii E I ffl THE CREST pI
Freshman R011 Call
Clara Allen-Why not take an A when the teacher gives you one?
Grace Anderson-My voice is weak.
Wallace Andrews, "Consumers"-Can't you get mc?
Leola Armstrong, "Bessie"-I love to talk.
Phillis Ashby-I got reckless and had my hair cut.
Clara Atkinson-She prefers Fords to Buicks.
Matilda Bandura-Does her work willingly.
George Beatty-I'll be an M. D. someday maybe.
Opal BiglowQOpal can give you information concerning any boy.
Jessie Blumer-Say, have you got a comb?
Morene Botkin-I go to church but you'd never know it.
Gerald Braumberger-Always at peace with himself.
Eldon Breese-She loves me, she loves me not.
Elizabeth Brown-Always spunky and gay.
Elfreida Buck-A very sensitive freshman.
Lillian Burich-Bashfulness is my only draw-back.
Marvin Carlson-I use my head and let the girls alone.
Robert Chaney-Is always prepared in English.
Pauline Chew-You can't beat her for expressions.
Shelby Christensen-The class disturbing element.
Francis Cihak, "Chicken Hawk"-Oh! man.
Lulu Collings-Books are my best friends.
Verda Collings-Why do they all pick on freshie?
Hester Conway-Don't make goo goo eyes at me.
Mary Conway-Mama's angel child fmaybeb.
Beulah Crawford-Say kid, have you got your algebra?
John Davenport-Always looking for an argument.
Margaret Davis--A pleasant and likable girl.
Lewis Dean-Where's my wandering sweetie to-night?
Geneva Detty-It pays a young lady to be modest.
Ruth Dawdell-I look at the ceiling when I want to get my lessons.
Margaret Dumphy-I donlt say much but I am always thinking.
Marion Embree-Where's my beloved Carlto-night?
Nellie Everling-Do you think I am shy?
Edward Finefield, "Ikey"-A yell leader in the making.
John Ford-She told me that she loved me, but Oh! how she lied.
LeRoy Francis-Where's Fry?
Clark Galehouse-A very prominent freshman.
Ralph Goddard-Does a football coach have four wheels?
Charles Grinnell-Skinniest boy in the class?
Wilma Griffen-May I borrow someone's comb, teacher?
Harold Harne-Please let me sit around and think.
Vaughn Harmon--Size doesn't count.
Eugene Hartman-A hard working country boy.
Catherine Hawkins-I'm afraid that I'll do something wrong.
Thomas Healey-Day by day I'm getting worse and worse.
Loretta Hixenbaugh-Let me be the boss will you?
Ruth Hogan-Bill Finefield and I get along fine together.
Ellen Jackson-Is busy all the time.
Charles Jarvis-My lesson worries are few.
Carroll Jennings-Will probably be the music editor of the Crest in 1928
Ruby Katzenberger-What's a verb for?
Katherine Keefe-She's our great English critic.
Theodore Keisling, "Teddy"-You can't guess who I was named after.
Helen Kerrigan-I can talk as fast as you can.
Beulah Lacey--One among many.
Page 69 text:
wr tT1-IE CREST
The Pep Club this year was a mere ghost
of its former self, the wild, gay, hectic pep that
was displayed for two consecutive years. VVe
apologize to those who spared their time and
gave their all in athletic ability and sportsman-
ship and to those who helped to make C. H. S.
the same old peppy school.
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