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men from the Cashmere schools. Gertxude is of Ckla-
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shown her talent in many plays as.we1l as being ec-
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Our Junior yeer wee prchcbly the most interesting
of out high school career. Though some of our members ,
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dropped out, new ones too? their place. Ruth Werner, f f'gRF
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after the sophomore year. Ross was taken sway to that ,,1,g+
Greater Beyond lest year 519285. George Hsuber is ettendingk,flf
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port ere still here. ihey plnn to ettend Business -Ne,f .
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During the Junior year the class edited the ,"g KF
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student type of our body. He is taking part on the
debate team this year.
Estelle SmithQ dainty, demure and sweet has
finished her twelfth year in this school. Talented
in acting as well as drawing, she has made a neat
figure in school activities. Estelle is also one
of our best students.
Thelma Bergren has truly earned a high school
diploma. Always among the best as a student and in
outside activities as well, she has earned her re-
putation of succeeding in whatever she tries. De-
bate, plays, annual, and especially spelling--in all
of these she has left her record.
Now that this epistle is ended, we hope you
have not become gray reading it. We hope that your
opinions have been in favor of us and also wish to
remind you that although none of us have been per-
fect we have reached this noble stage as high school
graduates. We hope that our next history will be
brought to you through some COllc5c2 annual., Bon
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