The Monmal (Dillon, Mont.) 1906-1918, April 01, 1918, Image 5

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THE MONMAL. 7 THE JUNIOR CLASS ROLL. 1 1. Anderson, Mame 26. McGonigle, Genrose 2. Bayne, Agnes. 27. McGrady, Margaret. 3. Brown, Perl. 28. Milkwick, Viola. 4. Burke, Nellie. 29. Miller, Maude. 5. Busch, Mildred. 30. Moseley, Leana. 6. Carey, Marie. 31. Moser, Alice. 7. Carstens, Helen. 32. Mueller, Alva. 8. Chellquist, Florence. 33. Mullen, Margaret. 9. Corregan, Ellen. 34. Muntzer, Maude. 10. Dougherty, Ruth. 35. Murphy, Theresa. 11. Dunlap, Io. 36. Nelson, Minnie. 12. Garr, Galdys. 37. Newman, Flora. 13. Garr, Grace. 38. Parker, Vera. 14. Gill, Gladys. 39. Reynolds, Ruby. 15. Greenwood, Lucille. 40. Russell, Lelia. 16. Hagerty, Delia. 41. Seidensticker, Lucy. 17. Hendrickson, Valborg. 42. Sellick, Bessie. 18. Hungate, Mabel. 43. Shaffer, Ruth. 19. Johnston, Margaret. 44. Sharp, Mildred. 20. Jones, Dorothy. 45. Smith, Lydia. 21. Kern, Vera. 46. Smith, Ruth. 22. Larson, Victoria. 47. Spellman, Loretto. 23. Loretz, Catherine. 48. Steck, Marie. 24. Lunday, Hazel. 49. Stipe, Florence. 25. Manion, Helen. 50. Tash, Vera. 51. von Tobel, Elizabeth. JUNIOR CLASS PROPHESY. Cairo, Egypt, April 22, 1933. Dear Dr. Finch— Perhaps you will be interested to know that two girls of the class of nineteen have met at last in Cairo, Egypt. Being in­ terested in the fate of the rest of the class, we read the crystal, and this is what we saw:

The Monmal (Dillon, Mont.), 01 April 1918, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.