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Kettle Falls, WA High School Alumni 1915-1917
Kettle Falls High School Alumni and where they were in 1918.
The Alumnai List of the Kettle Falls High School
Elmer Miller, Butte, Mont.
Wilburn Hinton, Opportunity, Wash.
Albert Kelley, San Diego, Cal.
Harry A. Smith, Somewhere in France.
Eva A. Root, Kettle Falls, Wash.
Alma M. Weigelt, Kettle Falls, Wash.
Irene Marty Clinton, Rice, Wash.
Raymond Keyser, San Antonio, Texas
Albert Brigham, Ruby, Idaho
Leon Chamberlin, Rice, Wash.
Bessie Root Chamberlin, Rice, Wash.
Lenore Koerner Marty, Rice, Wash.
Vivian Johnson, Rice, Wash.
Fay Ledgerwood, Rice, Wash.
Nevada Woodruff Bevan, Kettle Falls, Wash.
Edith Hinton, Rathdrum, Idaho
Viva Llewellyn, Cheney, Wash.
Jessie Lilly, Pullman. Wash.
Albert Weigelt, Pullman, Wash.
Where We Are
"What lies in store for us who this year graduate from the K. F. H. S.?" So pondered the Seniors of 1915, so pondered the Seniors of 1916, and so pondered the Seniors of 1917.
With the clearness of vision which time always gives, let us see what part of Life's great work is now being done by these graduates of former years.
We find that Sir Cupid has directed the destinies of many of our number, for seven of our twenty Alumni members are contentedly enjoying the bliss of married life.
True it is that Nevada enjoys the blessings of matrimony alone, while her husband serves his Uncle Sammy at Camp Lewis, but her smile is just as cheery and winsome as of yore.
Leon and Bessie are staid, contented farmer folk, now and then bundling up the wee lassie, climbing into the Dodge and driving into town "to trade" or to visit their friends.
Irene and Lenore are model housewives and the efficient manner in which their households are conducted is a credit to the training received in the Domestic Art and Science Department of their Alma Mater.
We are told that Wilburn is as. devoted as a husband may well be and that he faithfully digs in his war garden each day that Mr. Hoover may have an ample supply of beans and potatoes.