Kimberly High School - Kimida Yearbook (Kimberly, ID)

 - Class of 1918

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THE MENAN Page Fifteen shows she must practice all she preaches. She nevel' married, but refused three chances because she was so wrapped up in her specialty that she didn't want to give it up. Now I know you'll be surprised when I tell you about Vera Jamison. Don't you re- member what a skinny little runt she always was? She heard of that great flesh producer and tonic, Tanlac, and after taking twenty- eight bottles she weighs one hundred and fifty pounds and spends her time writing personal testimonials and sending her pic- tures both before and after taking to every- one who will enclose fifty cents and a stamp- ed envelope. She is healthier, heartier, and younger looking today, than she was twenty years ago. She never married either, chiefly because she never got a chance. Uvah D. Summers is certainly a grand lady. She grew tired of Bill a few years after they were married and she now draws alimony amounting to one thousand dollars a month. Bill is glad, they say, to keep her away, by giving her that much, and to be re- lieved of her hen pecking. But I am sure all those reports are untrue because Uvah doesnt seein to be such a crank. She was right in on all of our fun and laughed and made merry with the rest of us. Poor Marie Pettygrove has the saddest past of us all. You know Mr. Downing answered the call in the great war, and while fighting gallantly in the fray was mortally wounded. Petty never seemed the same after this and she found her life entirely too melancholy and painful so she gave up her home and friends and became a Sister of Mercy, and now does charity work in the slums. She is so changed, poor girl. You would never know her for the gay, light hearted, Senior of 1918. She is very gentle and sweet, and quiet and says she has found peace and comfort and rest from her sorrow at last. Gladys Willniarth is generally known as the greatest woman lawyer of all time. It was poor Prof. Downing who suggested this career to her. Isle told her she should study the law, and she rejoices that she took his advice. She never married because Burton also answered the call, like Mr. Downing, and sacrificed his life for his country. Her fame and dignity have made her quite stiff, but to the old class she is just the same. This letter has given you some shocks, hasn 't it? But as we have said before things aren't so remarkably different in most cases fromwhat we could expect. And now as we have made this long enough wc will stop right here and offer you in behalf of the t'lass of 1918 our sincere re- grets of your absence and our best wishes in the continuation of your chosen wol'k. Sincerely yours, U VAH A. I lRAIJl4lIt. MERAIJ LA COURSE, GLADYS M. W.l1lil,MA.H'l'H, fUommittee.l THE CLASS WILL ADIES and gentlemen, Board of Edu- cation, Superintendent, Teachers and Friends: In behalf of my client, the Class of 1918, of Kimberly High School, of the City of Kim- berly, State of Idaho, U. S. A. I have called you together upon this sol- emn and serious occasion, to listen to her last will and testament, and to receive from her dying hand the few gifts she has to be- stow in her last moments. Taking her de- parture so suddenly from life, and finding so many things of such gigantic proportions to be attended to before the end should come upon her, realizing at the same time that she had no longer any time left to spend in cultivation of her own virtues, she did, col- lectively and individually, deem it best to distribute with her own hands these virtues to those friends to whose needs they are best fitted. These are her decisions as at last defin- itely arrived at after very deliberate and mature consideration. Listen then, one and all, while I read the document, as duly drawn up and sworn to. Item I. - We, the class of 1918, do hereby bequeath, devise and bestow to our instructors in the wisdom of the ages a sweet and unbroken succession of restful nights, sweet dreams. No longer need they lie awake through the long watches of the night to worry over the uncertainty of whether this one is doing her night work or that one will have his Physics in the morning class, or the other ones re-

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