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5 i3DITORlAL V
N THE LIFE OF EVERY PERSON ther: are ev.nts and happenings
which bring a mingling of joy, happiness, sorrow, and regret.
There are events which are of such outstanding importance that
they make all other things pale into insignificance.
Such an event is upon us. and has been preceded by three of the
happiest and most fruitful years of our young lives.
It marks a turning point, in which we step on to a higher plain.
and that it has its joys and sorrow, goes without saying.
During this period, we have formed many friendships, among
both the students and faculty-friendships that will live and grow
through the future years and that mean more to us than they appear
to now. We have learned much, not only from books, but from hap-
py associations and experiences. We have enjoyed the best of social
The sorrow comes in leaving all of these things. But we look on
Martin Boots as our alma mater, knowing that we wilg always be
welcome to return and realizing that we will rcturn, many times.
As every preceding class has, and every future class will, we be-
lieve the January class of l93O is the best to graduate.
ln our midst are outstanding scholars, athletes, musicians,
social leaders-in fact, the entire list of types necessary for an excel-
lent class. Many of us hope to carry on in the Senior High School
with even more success. No dcubt many of us, in our chosen fields.
will be even more successful,
In closing, We bid a sad farewell to Mr. Vandivier and Mrs.
Finderson, and to the faculty to whom we owe so much, were it not
for their friendship and their obliging help, we could never carry on
at High School. No words can ever express our true feelings for them.
and our thankfulness for what they have done. May We carry on as
they have started us, and may we make such marks in High Shool
that they will be proud of us,
Farewell. Martin Bootsf
-PAUL BOXELL, Editor-in-Chief
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Home Rooms Physical Education-Athletics
Doloras Paxton ' George Mills
Clubs Flossie Bundy
Louis Dixon Dept. Activities
Literature Faculty Advisor
Mary Culp We Wonder
A Eugene Pennington
Mary Ellen Winslow
Verda Winters Calendar V
Music Marcel Lewis
Grover Pollard cc,, is Jokes
Ar! . - Forrest Highley
Marcella Certain Adah Pence
1 Elossie Bundy Typists
Mary Ellen Winslow
9A Class Personnel
Misses Beals, Hadley, Williams and White
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I A 9A Class f
lst row fleft to right?
Miss Beals, Deloras Paxton, Dorothy Frazee, Marjorie Holdren,
Glendora Leamon, Maxine Rinehart. Alice Gore, Faye Ruggles.
Arlowine Smith, Helen Smethers, Miss Hadley.
Robert Starrett, James Kistler. Marella Certain, Thelma Craig,
Jean Mathews, Marjorie Earhart, Ethelyn Stickle, Robert
Jumper, Louise Griflith, Adah Pence,
Robert Lanning, Garl Pyles, Claudine Grant, Paul Boxell, Del-
bert Brown, Ellendell Tho-mas. Forest Higley. Virginia' Sut-
ton, Mary Culp, Edythe Tutterow, Chester Shanklin.
Louis Dixon, Gerald Carr, Frank Maidenburg, Verda Wiiiters,
Herman Moore, Grover Pollard, Jeanne Reed. June Drischel.
Everett Byington, Marcel Lewis, Lorraine Lindahl, Plossie Bun-
dy, Wayne Kile, Edwin Culbertson, Arthur Cramer. Eugene
6th row . Pennington.
Earnest Sutton, Harry Gable, Forest Kendall, Charles Knipple.
Robert Pope, Donald Weaver, Willarcl Bish.
George Mills, John Rhorer, Charles Truex. Frank Diodore, Paul
Presiiall, Harry Bruner, Ralph Koehler.
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