I was snooping around in a Keystone, South Dakota junk store yesterday, and found this 1947 high school yearbook. Typically, it was filled with school year-end inscriptions and messages from classmates and friends. The yearbook had belonged to a high school junior, Rita Crow, who, if still alive, would be eighty-eight years old in 2019, but as I found it in a junk store, it usually means it came out of an estate, so it's unlikely she is still among us. Rita is seen standing, in the white dress, first row, directly behind the girl seated at the table, lower right... In a casual search, I found that, according to a 1940 census, she was born in 1931, lived with her parents and one sister in the Rapid City area, but that's about all I could find. Males are easier to trace because they don't lose their family names in marriages. The yearbook was $20 at the junkstore, which I happily paid, but it was, in so many ways, and to so many people, absolutely priceless.