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Page 33 text:
-'fi THE ANOKAN Pk--
Eva Attleson-helping Dorothy Dix.
Cleo Abbott-collecting bugs.
Ruby Barney-nursing sick rabbits.
Floyd Bellows-singing hymns.
Virginia Benner-reading "Ivanhoe."
Keith Bergeron-playing marbles.
Emma Bettinger-upholding evolution.
Henry Blaska-raising intellectual frogs.
John Blaska-blowing a saxophone.
Maxine Bonsall-getting good marks in
' Ruby Carlson-talking to Louie' Betlach.
Joseph Conroy-assimilating geometry.
Grace Crapser-being a lady.
Harry Dahlheimer-branding steers.
Lawrence Dahlheimer-directing the Fol-
Robert Davis-washing dishes.
Gordon DeJarlais-going down the fire
Tobe Eberley-asking questions.
Juanita Elin-playing football.
Jeanette Freeburg-being romantic.
Wessie Gay-opera singing.
Odelle Gonyea-powdering her nose.
Jimmy Goodrich-tight rope walking.
Aldean Guy-combing his hair.
Ruth Herbold-lighting with Elwood.
Francis Hoffman-driving Fords.
Alice Hicks - attending breath-taking
Mildred Howell-being a society bell.
Ethel Hovind-imitating Clara Bow.
Gladys Hovind-patronizing the cos-
Cleo Hulett-reading "Adventures of
Edith Humphrey-being optimistic.
Bernice Jenkins-writing fairy tales.
Eloise Johnson-taking reducing exercises.
Vernon Jones-toe dancing.
Eugene Joslyn-being a "ladies" man.
Lawrence Keillor-deciding on what the
well-dressed man won't wear.
Rachel Keillor-walking through , the
Theodore Keniston--playing cowboy. A
Loretta Kriesel-hiking in town.
George Lahn-drinking the fountain dry.
Arlyn Lawson-dissecting frogs.
Ellen Lindman-acrobatic dancing.
Mildred McLean-making noise.
Lisle Mullaney-translating Caesar.
Jack Murphy-driving 80 per.
VJilliam Murtaugh-singing bass.
Bernice Nelson-writing notes to Gerald
Martha Nelson--going places and doing
Melvin Nelson-getting bawled out.
Verna Nelson-going toaghurch.
John Norton - swimhiing the Atlantic
Oscar Olson--talking in Swedish.
Gerald Osbergitrlying-to. be funny. .
Romaine Paulson4teaching physical cul-
Marjorie Peterson-complaining of her
Ruth Phillips - demonstrating Aunt
Jcmima's pancake flour.
Minnie Pomraning - giving li' charm
Marian Powell-substituting for Joan
Robert Reed-raising roosters.
Leona Renslow-growing hair.
Lawrence Reynolds-selling gas.
Pauline Reynolds-feeding gophers.
Milton Reynolds-studying biology.
Lucille Richards-training elephants.
Evadena Ricketts-turning somersaults.
Jack Riley-curling his hair.
Clarence Rither--racing with the alarm
Shirley Rohne-selling dog biscuits.
Dorothy Rootes-being aristocratic.
LaVerne Rootes-running a summer re-
Cleo Sam-wondering why.
Thelma Saltau-looking for excitement.
Vivian Saunders-aquaplaning down the
Max Scovel-star gazing.
Woodrow Shepherd--deep sea diving.
Melvin Skinner-selling fake corn plaster.
Wava Smith-hair dressing.
Elvina Steffenson-establishing an Old
Clayton Strouse-eating blueberry pie.
Betty Sullivan-craving action.
Howard Sumpter-raising canaries.
Mary Jane Talbot-playing angel,
Paul Talbot-capturing Chicago gangsters.
Maxine Wolanta-reading advertisements.
Lenore Wallick-Bleaching her hair.
Wesley Walton-manufacturing flea soap.
Adrian Ward-mentally throwing grape-
fruit at Rudy Vallee.
Betty Weaver-pounding pianos.
James Wennerlund-growing tall.
Charles White-impressing Freshmen.
Robert White -- searching for smuggled
Alda Williamson-building air castles.
Romuald Ziegler-getting along with the
Raymond Brock--molding clay pottery.
Carlyle Smith-being poetic.
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-ef THE ANOKAN Fr'-
a Freshman History
On September, l930. the good ship, Freshman, set sail with ninety-seven
sailors and officers. bound for the port of graduation. She is a well manned
vessel with cannonades of Latin, English. General Science. Ancient History,
Algebra. Junior Business and Manual Training. Her crew know their business
and hope for a safe journey with many prizes and few separations.
She is well ollicered. The captain is James Farrier, the first mate. James
Roddy, the second mate, Billy Matheny. the third mate is Ruth Weaver, and
the quartermaster is Betty Adams.
The crew have enjoyed one celebration so far. It was a great success
and more are planned.
The ship Freshman was thoroughly overhauled during Christmas vaca-
tion. No bad lumber was apparent: the bottom was as sound as when it first
embarked. The masts and the deck were firm. The guns were sti-ll in first
class condition, and the crew were eager to be once more on their way to the
next port, the Sophomore.
On January 30. 1931. the freshman class staged a party. Numerous
games comprised the evenings entertainment. Refreshments consisting of hot
dogs. cocoa, and cookies were eagerly devoured by the members present. A
successful party? Ask the Freshmen!
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