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[[Advertisement]]
The Advertisers of HIGH TIMES Present the
HIGH TIMES PICTORIAL

Vol. I. Ridgewood, New Jersey, Monday, November 27, 1939

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RUTH GELDERMAN––

"Stage Door"

presented by the SENIOR CLASS 
In the Chapel before a capacity audience on Friday and Saturday evenings, November 17 and 18 1939

The HIGH TIMES advertisers present this section to help record permanently one of the most successful and popular plays ever given at Ridgewood High School.  The advertisers wish to [[cut off]]

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The leads get together

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"Amid unfinished Scenery".

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"Say now, Keith!"

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Judy telling Terry a bed [[cut off]]

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Hail, hail, the gang's all here

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"It's ... Kaye" - Tragedy

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[[/Advertisement]]

[[newspaper clipping]] 
Great Throng Witnesses Commencement
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[[cut off]] scenes at 47th Annual Graduation Exercises of Ridgewood High School as 315 members [[cut off]] of  1940  form in long procession to receive their diplomas on athletic field at the west. [[/newspaper clipping]] 

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