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S IZIXII CDQ S'
Just as the graduating class of the regular school increases each semester, so
docs the senior class of summer sehool, although the August graduating class
is small in comparison with the Jllllli or January classes. Each semester more
students take advantage of the opportunity of graduating a semester or two
before their usual time, thus enterlng the business world or college a half-year
or entire year before a regular four-year course would permit. Ambitious
seniors last August eleeted the following oll'ieers:
Edward Ekwall Qltastj-President.
David Savage Qliastj-Vice President.
Viola Dutton Qlflastj-Secretary.
Harry Miller fNortlij-Treasurer.
Margaret Elliott Qltooseveltj-Adviser.
John Ferguson Qliastj-Adviser.
Miss Kasson UN'cstj-l"ac'ulty Adviser.
Miss xvllllitil' flflastj--lfaeulty Adviser.
Mr. .lent-ks QNorthj-Faculty Adviser.
Sevzfior Faculty Breakfast
"You ean't get 'em upg you can't get 'em upg you canit get 'em up in the
morning." But you could get 'em up on the morning of June 13, even though it
was Monday, in time for the 5:30 Senior-Faculty Breakfast at Union Park-
'l'o enable them to better digest the appetizing menu of bacon, eggs and cof-
fee, an exciting baseball game was played between the faculty and the seniors
who, needless to say, won after a four-inning struggle by the overwhelming
score of 111--2. Usually, the presumption is that Monday is a drab and dreary
day for the high sehool students, but the Senior-lf'aeulty Breakfast doubtless
disproved this opinion whieh the seniors llllgllt.All21V6 formed earlier in their
A Lindbergh atmosphere prevailed during the senior banquet held at
Youuker's Tea Room, July 29, 1927. Edward Ekwall, president of the August
senior class, acted as toastmaster.
The banquet was made very attractive by a number of miniature "Spirit of
St. Louisu airplanes which adorned the banquet table. Jokes were exchanged
between the advisers and class officers, the president himself being the object of
more than one. The banquet was well attended as were other senior activities
of the August class.
The banquet was concluded by the following toasts:
L-oyalty, by Lorraine Boguc.
I-nitiative, by Viola Dutton.
N-aturalness, by Zaidcc Fox.
D-ependability, by David Savage.
Y-e Flight, by Mr. Burton.
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Student Council, '26,
Dl'2lllliltlC Club, '25, '26,
Glec Club. '25, 26, '27,
"A Full House," '26.
Drmnntic, '25, '27,
l-lomc Economics, '27,
Glee Club, '25,
"The Charm School",
Dono'1'1-xv BBA u N
Liaoxlum J. DuLoNo
Crimp Fire, '23,
Y. W. C. A., '25, '20, Sec., '25,
Home Economics, '25, '26,
Senior Class. '27, Sec.,
Intramural Debate. '25, '26,
Student Council, '24,
"Old Lcldy Sl." Property Mgr.,
E Epi Tun, '26, '27,
Spanish, '26, '27,
E. D. M., '25, '26, '27,
Senior Class President, '27,
Student Council, '26,
Football, '25, '26, '27,
'l'1'nck, '24, '25, '26.
Jour: I-Immv Fmnuusou
Hi Y, '23, '24,
Slnxkespeuream, '26, '27,
Senior Board. '27,
Student Councll, '27,
Foothull, '24, '25, '26,
"Come Out of the Kitchen," '27,
Quill, '27, Circulation Manager,
Busketlmll, '24, '25, '26, '27,
Z.unm: Frmncms Fox
Ciilnp Fire. '24, '25,
Girls' Athletic League, '24, '26, '27,
Phllomutheun, '26, '27,
Y. W. C. A., '2-l, '25,
Glee Club, '26,
Quill, '26, '27,
Nom L. Goonmo
Girls' Ahletlc League, '24, '25,
Library Round Table, '24, '25, Sec., '
Y. W. C. A.. '2u.
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