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Top Row: Clyde Gorman, Quincy Carrell, Henry Kuch, Bruce Towne.
FirsT Row: Jeanne Newell, Viola Frase, Adviser-EsTher Ann ReisTer.
Rufh Coppock. Ida Ferrel.
LEVEN painTed Indian braves danced a slow weaving cadence
abouT The flickering Tire, while oTT To one side, in The shadow of a
Teepee, seven brighTly dressed Indian maidens clapped a slow rhyfhm
Tor The dancers. The melancholy hooT of The owl and The sleepy
TwiTTering oT The birds added accompaniment The maidens sTarTed
a chanT which The braves Took up. FasTer and TasTer grew The gyra-
Tions of The painTed redskins. One hour-Two hours passed. One
by one. The braves dropped out unable To keep up The Terrific pace:
The maidens Too, ceased Their clapping.
Morning came. There were sTill abouT Twelve maidens and braves
leTT. NighTTall came wiTh The remaining Indians sTill parTicipaTing in
And so iT wenT on-day and nighT-wiTh only sTops Tor necessary
Tood and a Tew winks of sleep. How long will This mad whirl lasT?
Four maidens and Tour braves are leTT. Will They lasT Through
one more year? JusT ask any Junior.
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1 will 1
Helcn Darlington really qc ' s vio Sigh: and Freshmen.
Louis Kirchner has a weakness for brunettes ---- and blondes.
By Louis Kirchner.
SENIOR QUARTET '
Early in the spring of 1951, Roy Cedarquist spoke to Mr. Win-
ton A. Ticknor, our class adviser, concerning the possibilities of
a .Timior Class Quartet. Mr. Tioknor had each of the boys that were
interested learn a song for a tryout.
The following boys appeared for a tryout: Carl Bergren, Roy
Cedarquist, Louis Kirchner, Robert Pendleton, Paul Hepler, and
Ernest Springer. From those the members of the present quartet were
chosen: Ernest Springer, first tenorg Paul Hepler, second tenorg
Carl Bergren, baritone, and Roy Cedarquist, bassg with Annabelle
Ziglar acting as accompanist and Mr. Ticknor as instructor.
The first song the quartet learned was "The Bull-frog", and after
a good many trials, a little harmony was produced. After this song
was learned, Mr. Ticknor had to give strict orders to keep the newly
organized group from singing "new-born" everywhere.
The quartet made its first appearance at the Junior-Senior Ban-
quetg after which it sang many time at P. T. A. Louis Kirchner then
replaced Annabelle Ziglar at the piano.
A name, "The Humbugs", was chosen, mt did not enjoy much pop-
ularity. At the close of school Mr. Ticlcnor left and the boys asked
Mr. Take French to instruct them. They learned very much and the de-
mand for the quartet became stronger.
In .T anuary the boys again lost their instructor. This time,
they asked Mr. Paul McCormick to help them.
With Mr. McCormick's help, the "Humbugs" found a place in public
meetings as well as on radio broadcasts. Now with the year nearing
the end, the boys regret very nych"tM -- they will have to part and
leave the most interesting ta they hav ever taken up as extra-cur-
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Top Row: Rose l-leerrnan, Charles Balmer, Elwood Cox, Harold Wagoner,
Charles Springer, Diclc Fisher.
Second Row: Marie Duncan, Dick Darlingfon, Elhel Bersinq, Charles Dempsey.
Alfa Niclceson, Charles Ogden, John l-lauicl, Melba Prarl, Jack Burris,
Andrew l-lauswirfh, Roberr Springer, Louis Wagoner, Raychel Fisher.
Firsl Row: May Pendlelon, Marie Klovdahl, Virqinia Paul, Claire Willqinq,
Dorofhy Sauer, Adviser-Mary Rellie, Helen Duncan, Kalhleen Wilson,
Iris Carranach, Annabelle Hazen.
Top Row: Glenn Logue, Gerald Van Kirlc, Edward Boro, Edward McGinnis,
Raymond Schillerell, Roberl Lynn, Waller l-loplcins, Irvin l-laull.
Firsl Row: Roberf Worqurn, Carol Borg, Chesler Worourn, Anna Sleinbach,
Mr. Nye, Edirh Ferrel, l-luqo Werner, Lula Wagoner, Harold Werner,
Helen Link, lMil1on Kirby, absenf memberl
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