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Page 56 text:
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l. To Alice Purdyg Virginia Kar
2. To Robert Snringerg Elizabet
irg all daily lessons.
5. To Robert Harvey3 Julius Str
4. To Henry Koch, Francie Ecgge
5. To Mantel Aveyf kfPlQVQ Wiie
6. To all those who desire to b
Alison ToWLe'e Splendid co-Q
That we, the Eighth Grade Claes, ar
witness our hand and Seal this twin
the year of our Lord nineteen tweht
one are to be distributed as follows:
eeon's perfect poise.
Bakerte habit of prepar-
hdfs ability to work all
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o's leisurely mahnei.
' expreeeiye reading.
come good oitizensg
of sound mind and body
y-third Jay of Hay in
Elizabeth Baker - President.
EQ Eighth Grade Class, their
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Page 55 text:
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e present Eighth Graders do on this the twenty-third day of
ineteen hundred and twenty seven will to the Eighth Graders
of next year the following things:
Our places in assembly. 1
Our quiet studious ways.
Our dignity and poise as we will not need them as freshmen.
All of the old state-examination questions.
A supply of paper for notesg said paper to be picked from
the floor in the recitation roomi
The collapsible chairs in the back of the recitation room.
Our recipes in Domestic Science.
Our little Worries over the state-examinations. 1-
One of our pictures as an inspiration toward Work.'
Several hours after school as make up time to help you in
Cur low-heeled slippers as perhaps high heeled ones will be
more appropriate in our Freshman year. ,
The privilege of wearing all vivid colors except green
which will be reserved for us. -
Slang,as upper classmen will object to the use of its
favorite language by Freshmen.
The Eighth Grade boys' class comb.
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