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Tony Rodich: An all star.
Robert Iackson: Fond of Algebra.
Vincent Rafferty: The fighting Irishman
David Cadien: Full of knowledge.
Bud Park: Fond of talking.
Robert Mohle: Born a star.
Leo Erickson: The flying Dutchman.
Borti Petrich: The football hero.
Iohn Tomich: The ship's admiral.
Ioe Zar: Fond of athletics.
Elias Martinez. Star of 202. '
Harry Foot: The swimming star.
Anthony Mardesich: The scientist.
loseph Winkler: Born a tap dancer.
Ioseph Gould: The left handed star.
Hallam Stevens: Woman hater.
Manuel Maranjo: The handsome hero
Tom Iankevich: A basketball star.
Vincent Grant: Carideo's only rival.
Raymond Radcliffe: Fond of growing.
Elmer Tuominen: Bashful.
Walter Winklem: The harmonica star
Edwing Schoror: Patient and steady.
Bill Hopson: The singing fool.
Olaf Pederson: Received a charley horse
George Phillips: The golf player.
Harold Spangler: Fond of school.
Eldon Glomville: The pride of Iowa.
Felix Gyrax: A future admiral.
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Anette Wissing: An inveterate reader.
Barbara Garrabrant: A keen artist.
Lillie Mae Lungran: Famous for giggles.
Mary Grevas: Oh! what hair.
Elna Mae johnson: Was forced to keep still. '-
Hope Wilson: Beauty specialist.
Winifred Vlastelica: Elenore'S Pet. fw
Monnie Birdsong: Oh, those day-dreams.
Marion Lednum: Always with Virginia.
Lena Donatoni: A good athlete.
Rina Trutanich: Helene's Susie.
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Pearl Kostrencich: Radio announcer.
Isabela Anderson: Graceful and sweet.
Ellen Barr: Knows her Spanish.
Constance Casey: A girl of high ideals.
Helene Rosser: Where is Susie?
Agnes Lemons: Still trying to catch up.
Virginia Teel: Like a Greek Model.
Edna Edwards: Have an Eskimo pie today?
Corinnie Davidson: Did we have homework?
Myrtle Lee: New but nice.
Thelema Stakelin: Another pianist.
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Vera Smith: How she can play.
Dorothy Bermingham: Lovable and sweet.
lean Stiles: Another student.
Marie Alhan: Always quiet.
Mardelle Pilgrim: Lost without earrings.
Nina Dunn: Silence is golden.
Eleanor Hall: Tried to dodge home work.
Alena McCardle: A winning smile.
A Irma Koskela: Left her steady date behind.
Lois Walstrom: Forgot her peroxide.
Elsie Thompson: Her eyebrows fell off.
Marion Burke: Fond of popular music.
Dorothy Fugatt: An accomplished pianist.
Mary Zankich: Spanish homework tonight.
Geraldine Carlsen: Red lips like cupid's bow.
Gwendolyn Stapley: Too much make-up.
Lucille Costa: Lost without Mae Fredericksen.
Mary Papadakis: Known as a violinist.
Esther Selen: A perfect wave.
Elizabeth Huff: Peaceful and quiet.
Iewel Malgram: A future historian.
Elizabeth Rammacher: Service with a smile.
Virginia Crumpley: The fairy-tale girl.
,Kathryn Bogdanavic: Don't you love her giggles?
Virginia Wilson: Marion's chum. '
Elizabeth Tremain: Tall and slim.
Dorothy Solie: Oh, those eyes. Iv
Katie Zankich: A sweet voice.
Leah Rash: Lost her horse-laugh. ,
Leitha Cole. Lost a pound.
Kaori Logami: Steady and constant.
Dorothy Fahler: Always popular.
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