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Page 23 text:
"Men may be the cream in some izirl's coffee, but
I like mine black."
Sec. Class 1, "Middie Maids" 2, ClaSS
Plays 3-4, Lomoa, 4, Hi Log 4.
"He finds one deep love supersedes all o'hers. yet
mixes reason with pleasure, wisdom with mirth,"
"Valedictorian," "Smile, Rodney, Smile"
2, Quartet 3-4, "She Stoops to Conquer" 3.
Class Plays 3-4, Pres. Class 3, Pres. A. S. 4,
Chair. Fin. Com. 4, Ed. Lomoa 3, Asso. Ed.
Lomoa 4, Torch Soc. 2-3-4.
"The pianist with no mean accomplishments is xhe
1-zirl with a smile, and always worth while."
"Middie Maids" 2, Hi L0g 3, Class Plays
3-4, Trio 4, Sec.-Treas. Class 4.
"The attractive blond who has straight 'A's' and
a mind of her own."
"Salutatorian," Hi Log 3-4, Art. Ed. Lo-
moa 3, Class Plays 3-4, Vice Pres. Girls'
Club 3-4, Pres. Class 4, Soc. Ed. Lomoa 4,
Torch Soc. 3-4, Sec. Torch Soc. 4.
"Ambitious -but -let me rest while others work."
Hi Log 3-4, "She Stoops to Conquer 3,
Sports Ed. Lomoa 3, Class Plays 3-4, Quar-
tet 3-4, Act. Ed. Lomoa 4.
"A pleasing countenance is a silent commenda-
Treas. A. S. 4, Class Play 4, Fin, Com. 4,
Camera Club 4.
"Princess Peshastin's modest answer and graceful
air shows she's as wise as she is fair."
Sec. Class 2, Hi Log 3, Asso. Bus. Mgr.
Lomoa 3-4, "She Stoops to Conquer" 3, Pres.
Girls' Club 4, Sec. A. S. 4, Ed. Hi Log 4, Fin.
Com. 4, Class Play 4.
"Why don't the pzirls quit bothering me ?"
Sec.-Treas. Class 1-2, Quartet 3-4, "She
Stoops to Conquer" 3, Orchestra 3-4, Hi Log
3, Bus. Mgr. Hi Log 4, Athletic Mgr. 4, Class
Plays 3-4, Sports Ed. Lomoa 4, Sec. Boys'
Club 3, Vice Pres. Class 4.
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fig? AND 'i.ALLY
f That mighty deity, the sun, soared in gold
Goo Eve en splendor from the 'Fest and threw its wel-l.
..aJE3 come rays on a small group of redskins just
33553 preparing to break camp. This was a hunting
i V -- 8 "expedition, and, as was the custom of the Ind-'
' ians, they had their squaws and papooses along.
The whole band was hunting that elusive game called Knowledge.
Back and forth, forth and back rode the brave scouts, ever
searching, yet never finding any of this game in large amounts.
' Se it was thru their Day of Knowledge Hunting. Fun was .1'
had, as well as hardships. Tired? Yes, at the end of the trail
the staunchest hunter feels the effects of the journey.
For new they are at the end of their Journey thru a part
of Life, that part called High School. Knowledge they have
captured, but not to exceed their desire. Hard they have work-
ed and wellg so, as their Sun is setting in a blaze of glory
over the Cascades, they pitch their camp for one more night,
to rest and prepare for larger Game on the morrow.
SENIG CLASS HISTORY
Out of the original nineteen fresh, green little sap-
lings that entered in the fall of twenty-nine, only six weath-
ered the frosts and diseases and parasites that are common to
all such little saplings and are new being out down to be put
thru the Mill of Life or to be further Wseasonedn.
Henry Kuch entered the class when the members were in
their Sophomore year. He was a grade ahead but because of ill-
ness and hilarity he spent two years as a Sophomore.
Jane Caughey came here from Tacoma last sum er, and ent-
ered the class in their last year of strife.
We, the Senior Class, are proud of our eight members who
will march before the Board and receive their diplomas on the
night of June the eighth.
Starting with Quincy Carrell, our most noted personageg
if you don't think he is noted, ask May. CShe knows.D Fur-
thennore, he is student body president, a good one, too, and
if you don't think he tak , ', 4 eriously, just look at
the grey hair amorg the bla thatch. Quincy takes
everything seriously. You lvrr' can even tell that by....--
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