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PARADE 0F EVENTS
The following items are taken at random from the scrapbook of Father Time,
who kept close watch over his young folks from the day they set forth in lanu-
ary, 1935, up to now, May 1, 1953. 1 A
May 1, 1944: After having received his D.D. from U. of Q., loe Rodrigues
will open his studio for business. CDD. stands for Doctor of Dancingj
lune l0, 1944: Miss Margaret Skeen announced her latest engagement yes-
terday. lt will be recalled that this is the fifteenth time Miss Skeen has experi-
enced that once-in-a-life-time feeling.
February 2, 1950: According to Hollywood box office receipts, G.M.G. has
uncovered a new "Gable" in the person of Mr. George Carter. This latest screen
lover was formerly the matinee idol of Broadway, having played juvenile roles
for the past fifteen years. Mr. Carter's manager, butler and secretary is Mr.
February 6, 1950: University Studios, Hollywood, have signed the famous
Boye CGlorial and Chauvet CMargieD Dancing Girls for their newest film. ln-
cluded in the cast are Dorothy Anthony, Verness Cunning, Carol Wheeler,
Alice Wood, Dorothy White, and Evelyn Carriger,
August l, 1950: Under the guidance of the Misses Ruth Bernier and Lawana
Keys, the new Matrimonial College has been opened for the spring term.
May l, 1951: After ten years faithful service as demonstrator of a toy depart-
ment, Mr. Ed "Scooter" Woodard has been appointed head of the childrens
April 7, 1951: Through the able direction of Mr. Iohn lmmel, the Round-the-
World Wave Radio Station has just been completed on the Summit of Mt. Heat
luly 1, 1951: A great day for young and old. L. Cardoza's one-ring circus
will give three performances on Tuesday. The show advertises Elsasser, the
daring young man on the flying trapezeg Bert Lewis, animal trainerg and Mlle.
Guild with her famous tricycle.
August 4, 1951: After scaling the Alps, the Misses Leona Vlught, Winifred
Young, and Peggy Savage returned home today. They were greeted at the
station by the town band, under the direction of Sydney Hughes. Pictures of
the trio will appear in tomorrow's paper in Alpine costume.
November 9, 1951: Among those spending a few weeks at the dude ranch
of Cowboy Lee Stewart are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Saur, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Hoffman, the Misses Florence McCurdy, Virginia DeWolf, Virginia Carriger,
and Messrs. Milton Wiren and Morris Furtado.
May l, 1953: Seen recently aboard the S. S. Scow crossing the Atlantic,
were Helen Grimsley and Theo Steffen, bound for an indefinite tour of the
Continent seeking titles.
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THE FLAME STAFF
The staff of the Flame of lanuary, 1935, have tried to make this book one which
is the concern of all, and not only of the senior class which has published it.
The aim of its editors has been to consider the interests of the other classes as
Well as their own.
For the first time since the fire, the Flame has included Within its covers
pictures of the orchestra, the Girls' Glee Club, club officers, and class officers,
together with an account of various activities. To provide for this class-Wide
expansion, the book has been enlarged from twenty-four pages, its previous
size, to thirty-two pages. With this their goal, it is presented to you, as your
book, to be treasured among high school memories.
Editor ..... . Theorita Steffen
Business Manager . . Harold Saur
Assistant Editor . . . . Francis Fox
Assistant Manager . . Margarette Guild
Boys' Sports . . . . George Ross
R. O. T. C. . . Ned Lindsay'
Drama . . Evelyn Martin
Cartoon . . Ray Wasarhaley
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