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Page 33 text:
Back Row: Hugo Werner. Edward Borg, Robert Lynn, Mr. Nye,
Raymond Sehillereff, Walter Hopkins.
Middle Row: Edward McGinnis, Alfred Fuller, Charles Foster,
Gerald Van Kirk, Milton Neher, Frank Neher, Glenn Logue,
Front Row: Erville Cross, Hattie Pendleton, Helen Duncan, Anna
Steinbach, Dorthea Stewart, Lula Wagoner, Carol Borg, Milton Kirby.
"And Now I Am for Main"
Gone is all the taint of green. The Sophomore is now just another
High School Student. Someone has said, "When the student becomes
a Sophomore he gets an enlarged view of himself and his position."
Undoubtedly he feels he has the world "by the tail with a downhill
He goes on thinking this till he becomes a Junior, then he sees that
the older ones with more experience have really been running things.
Then he becomes a Senior and he comes into his own. Throughout the
year he runs the school and about everything else, gets called a "crazy
Senior" and other names, yet when he goes to college, he must begin
once more as a Freshman and the whole thing is repeated.
After thinking it all over as a Sophomore and taking the whole
situation in at a glance, the question arises, "am i a man?"
Page 32 text:
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to be the biggest tegeihe n - neva Ach, Johnnie!
Virginia Paul's name looks extremely well on the Honor Roll
where it is often seen. Virgie has a habit of changing her boy
' We have in our class the last of a long line of Springers:
the fourth and fifth editions, Bob and Charlie. Jolly good fel-
lovrs,both of them, farmer boys, but a man's a man for a' that.
And next, meet the dashing Wagoner Brothers, Louie and Har-
old.' Louie rivals Johnnie Hauff in teasing as well as in Basket
ball, while Harold is in his glory when he is surrounded by a
bevy of adoring femmes.
Lick Fisher is next on the list. He also likes the ladies
and is perfectly at home on the dance floor.
Here is a man for the ages, Elwood Cor by crackey, who
grew up out where men were big bold bad men and centipedes had
hair on their chests.
Don't you ever think that the boys are the only ones that
tease. Grace Percival has them all beaten. Percy is fairly
safe to approach in her serious moods, but if she isn't serious,
look out, because she pinches to beat the cars.
Dick Iarlington left school just recently and some of the
life of P. H. S. left with him. Cheer up, gentle Sophomores,
he'll be back next years
Raychel Fisher is a diminutive person who acts as the Jun-
ior's WRay of Sunshinen. She is a bookkeeping shark but she
manages to have a very good thne as she goes along.
Rosie Heerman swore off writing class histories last year,
but she simply couldn't resist one last chance to tell the
bunch just what she thought of them by triting this one.
Our jolly list is not cmnplete without something jolly
at the end, so may I present Anne Jolley, who bestows a jolly
smile upon all who come her way?
And now, you lucky people, may we again say Au Revoir?
Next year we will greet you from the high pedestal upon which
Seniors inevitably place themselves. Until then--- Adi9U---B00--
Boo-hooooooo! Rosie H.
P.S. Maybe you thoqgh- Vlfjpx W -we forgot to mention our
Adviser, Miss Bettie, in okV6' uscript but no one could have
kept the frolicsome buash of J i s together as has Miss Rettie,
our sweet cap- E-4 able adviser.
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