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Page 16 text:
There's really little doubt but that Jean Murray's grades will rise: she may
even win a ribbon yet-if there's a booby prize.
She is now a nurse, but since she doesn't like to hurry, soon as a mattress
tester we may find Nellie Murray. l
A former L. B. student Nelle Nelson, has surely done her duty, toward bring-
ing honor to her school as a nationally known bathing beauty.
Rae Parker has, so to speak, let her bicycle business ride . She is manag-
ing a fancy tea room, and teaching bridge on the side. i.
Katherine Penny's been promoted from making delicious fudge to the en-
viable position of state supreme court judge.
She served food in a busy Cafe, but sampled too much fand howl, S0 we
learn our Claudia Price is serving tooth picks now.
To Louise Proctor, now, when folks say, I'm pleased teI'me6tCh9I', they
should know that they're addressing Burbank's popular' gym teacher-
We all knew that Sally Prosser has accumulated wealth on her famous oblong
circular, The Royal Road to Health.
With that refrigerated manner everybody knows Pat Roberts makes 2
first-rate ambassador to the Eskimos. i
Minnie Rosenberg says that grammar is so stiff she's moving to an island
where people won't know the dif . l
Margaret Sage has as one of her distinctive faults an overpowering Impulse
for turning somersaults. Q
As ballroom dancing teacher, Lorraine Sanderson's done a great deal:
nobody's finished her classes who couldn't dance the Virginia Reel.
No one can be blamed who is exceptionally eager to meet the great toe dancer
Miss Blanche Elva Segar.
She wanted to be a wild cow-girl, but the horse so ill-manneredly bucked her
that Dorothy Shouse gave it up and is now a very tame riding instructor.
Ah, ha! Dolores Sigler to the housewife's task does look: it is very easily
seen by reading her new cook book.
The Fundamentals of Algebra will probable be read far: Ruth Simon-
son's to write them, when sae finds out what they are.
Communication with Mars won't be aided by Marion Slade, for we might
have to learn their heroes, she's rightfully afraid n
lt's very hard to tell what future years will carry, but we're sure that Mildred
Spicer will be a missionary.
What a surprise to find that the Secretary of Labor is none other than our
friend, Victoria Tabor.
Elizabeth Wagner 'is still hunting, as you have no doubt guessed, for the
inventor of grammar. We wish her good luck in that quest.
Lorna Watkins' fame was made by How to Catch a Whale , she neglected
adding a Of a Cold, but goes into great detail.
As a lyric fleeriel soprano on the Metropolitan stage Judy White is swiftly
becoming quite the latest rage.
Georgianna Wicher, just as quiet as a mouse, now occupies a seat in the front
of the Marvel Opera House.
H Lzel Williams to everyone's pleasure, and with no hesitation, accepted the
presidency of the State Board of Education.
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Lauretta Williams' ambition is fulfilled, as everybody knows, for she has
obtained a change of climate aud numberless changes of clothes.
Alas, we must relate, with a very forgiveable groan, that Virginia Wilson is
taking lessons on the saxaphone.
In a very high position We now find our Helen Zerkel as exalted president of
a national sewing circle.
James B. Allen, the noted fakir, has now become a cabinet maker.
Dudley Atkins likes horns that go Boo 3 he now shines as editor of Me and
Bob Babbidge the whole world will dare to equal his strong act at the
Georgie R. Baker, the Olympic Games star, is touring the country in his
new Marmon car.
Dorrance A. Ball is professor of trig. at Cal. School of Tech., and owns his
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Thefjellvs Wgygie R. Barnes who in future life will be a tap dancer, perhaps, or
a timid mission'ry.
And William Barron we shall certainly find a noted hog-raiser with a diplo-
Thomas Barrows, not studious we vow, to the poetic muse has begun to bow.
Richard Bicknell gave a groan of pain when his manly build dealt him a ball
There's Russell Boyd whose brain did rust when he took a dip to remove the
Milton Boyle is a man of toil now laboring hard for the Standard Oil.
Friends, can you imagine our happy James Brady in the city nursery doctor-
ing babies? ,
Bob Breckenridge in days to come we shall see a butterfly catcher in far
And young Kenneth Burnham, that jovial lad, went over to London and spent
all he had.
Bob Burrows as a dog catcher has missed his high aim-he hoped as a book-
worm to win himself fame. .
Of course, we have Lawrence Burrows too: a big-game hunter, now keeper
of a zoo.
Robert Burrows was an active lad, but now alas,we find him living calm and
quiet in the state insane asylum.
Earl Casebeer in the jungle surrounded by spears beholds on his captor a
necklace of ears.
Homer E. Clark as a mathematician in the great world of science meets
much competition. ,
A pocket edition of the Austin we see in Vernon Colescott's twelve-cylinder
Milton Crawford, that charming young man, has found his chief joy as a
movie-girl fan. V
As an artist first-ranking, we iind Evered Crossg without a sharp pencil he'd
be at a looss.
Old Pete Crossley with his firey fleece has made a great record as Chief of
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