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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
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SENIOR CLASS KILL
We the Senior Class of' 29 in the Beshastin
School, in the town of Peshastih, in the county
Chelan, in the State of Washington, in the United
States of America being of sound and disfosing mind
and having a good memory, except when pertaining to
school work, declare this as our last will and testament
that is to say, realizing the utter impossibilitics
ef returning to this school again, we wish to will to
our fellow schoolmates and teachers our beloved pos-
sessions, personal and otherwise, which, with tears
in our eyes, We have gathered together in order to
help console our s
choolmatcs and teachers for their
great loss at our sad dcoarture.
To the Juniors we leave our erivilege of having
a sneak day and all our froperty and estate valuable
and otherwise, left by us on the day of our graduation.
To the Soyhmores we will our alility of getting
A's and our good study habits that they needr
To the Freshies we leave all our greenness and
take our smartness.
' To the new Freshiesu, we leave a little advice,
fl? Love thy eacher under all circumstances,
CZD Don't brag about getting into high school
ably was a mistake.
5 it prob-
To the faculty we leave our loving and cheerful
ways to help them produce seniors from the other classe
also the first peace Fed quiet they will have had since
we entered this schoolg
. I, Russell Lee leave my leadershig to Raymond
Duncan, my good nature to Fred Johnson, end my popu-
larity to James West. I leave my scholastic record to
Allisoin. I leave nothing important--I am taking her
with me. '
Section 2 '
I, Constance McDonald will my ability to draw to
Oscar Miller, my large vocabulary to Carl Bergren.
I also would like for Esther Duncan to see that Brooks
is treated right and not hurt
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