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gent. 5.r Mr. Chute scratches his heed over Geometry
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FBESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
The Freshman Class may be divided inte
two groups, the one group consists of the real
ieshastinites, or those who have attended school. i
here all of their school days, the other group
consists of those who have enlisted at later
periods, but who never the less have in
their hearts a deeg love for their school.
In the first group we have Roy Cedarquist,
our class president, Henry Inch, Oscar Miller
and Carl ESTATES, while, in ihe second group we
have: Dorothy Muller, secretary, and Fred
Leffelbine treasure, Lucille Van Kirk, Annabelle
Zigler, Alice Moore, Mall Van Kirk and Louis
Rumors often came to the ears o? the
Freshman that they are an untamailg VLCHL but
they are young and hogeiul, and arms diy Ehey
may he the most dignified class that ever
reaceived it's diplomas under the sztool it,' oolwrs,
the Maroon and Vhite.
The class takes fast in activities, tau
Fred Leffelhine is on the basket hall team,
Annabelle, Alice, Doreothy and Luiclle sings in
Girls Chorus and Dorothy and Annabelle are the
Freshmen reporters for the Uharoon and Jhite.n
The eleven have been duly initiated and came
through the process undaunted, to say the least,
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