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We are glad to be with you again in
the Exchange Department. Because
this is the first time we have had such a
department since that in the edition be-
fore the Great War, our field is not so
large as we hope to have it in the future.
We have enjoyed reviewing the various
annuals and want to hear from them
"Redwood Chips", Del Norte Union
High: Your cover is very unique. Your
arrangement of class snapshots with
your class history is interesting. Call
"Ye Sotoyomanv, Healdsburg. Your
cuts are excellent, but why put your
Staff, Faculty, and Literary Department
before the Senior pages?
"The Boom' 7, Mendocino Union High:
The style of your athletic cuts is very
good. Why not have a larger Literary
g'Breath of Ocean", Fort Bragg: The
poems and jokes are well arranged. Your
Literary Department is excellent, but a
few poems would help it out.
"The Sequoia", Eureka: Your book
is well arranged and shows hard work.
"Wastebasket' ', Berkeley: Your pap-
er is very good for its size. Why not put
in a few snaps? They will add to the
appearance of your paper.
"Megaphone", Fortuna Union High:
Your book is interesting and is well ar-
ranged. The honor roll is a credit to your
"Sequoya", Redwood City: The
athletic cuts and snaps are good. We do
not fancy the advertisement on your
"White and Gold' ', Yreka and Branch
High Schools: We commend especially
the Senior pictures and snaps. Why not
have a separate book for your branch
"The Azaleaw, Sebastopol: The
Dramatic Department speaks well for
your school. Your poems are worthy of
Margaret E. Graham '22
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comical from one standpoint but from
the other, they are most serious. My
father believed that his men should be
free to a certain extent, that is, that
they should be allowed more privileges,
and more education, so he tried out his
theory by trusting the men with heavy
responsibilities. This, he found, worked
excellently. Then he decided to better
their conditions and allowed them to pur-
chase shoes. With this purchase, how-
ever, came trouble. Seeing themselves
clothed as the manager was clothed, they
immediately felt equal to, and better
than, the manager. They took matters
into their own hands and began to rule
in a high and mighty fashion. The re-
sult was a riot which forced my father
to use strenuous measures.
The Mexicans are not ready for
sudden elevation, and neither are their
children, nor will their grand-children
be much better fitted for it. Education
must come slowly to Mexico, and the
people must be taught to change their
viewpoint of life. They must be able to
look to the future, and come to the real-
ization of the importance of progress.
The Public Speaking class presented
the two plays "Spreading the News" and
"Alice-Sit-by-the-Fire'' as examples of
their work. The casts included:
Freda Bjorsen, Cecil. Ripley, Carl Mc-
Donald, Francis Furber, Lucille Keller,
Clemens McClasky, Phylis Brush, Wel-
ton Worthington, Alexia Devlin Gene-
vive Stover, Lorraine Davidson, Clemens
McClasky. Chester Groom, Francis
On February 26, the Music class gave
the Operetta "Polished Pebblesl' at the
Minor Theater. The main cast was sup-
ported by a chorus of twenty-four girls.
The cast was composed of the following:
Rosalie Lorraine Davidson
Mrs Oberion Elizabeth Messinger
Winnie Grace Aggeler
Uncle Bob Frank Davis
Minnie Phylis Brush
Martha Catherine Armstrong
Nick Carl McDonald
The Senior Play, "A Pair of Sixesf' will be given
2, 1922 at the Minor Theater. Following is the cast:
George B. Nettleton
T. Boggs Johns -
Krome - -
Sally Parker - . -
Thomas Vanderholt- -
Tony Toler - -
Mr. Applegate .
Mrs. George B. N ettleton
Miss Florence Cole.
Business Partner -
Business Partner -
on the night of Friday, June
- Harland McDonald.
- Cecil Ripey.
- Grace Davidson.
- Paul Worthington.
. Carl McDonald.
. Chester Groom.
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