Text from page 70:
Search for Classmates, Friends, and Family in one
of the Largest Collections of Online Yearbooks!
Your membership with E-Yearbook.com
provides these benefits:
- Instant Access to Millions of Yearbook Pictures Online
- Full Access to High-Resolution, Full-Color Images
- Search, Browse, Read, and Print Yearbook Pages
- Access College, High School, and Military Yearbooks
- Support the Schools in our Program by Subscribing
AEISQT - 1935" fs-s--mm-fs-Q--E-.-.
The end of our school years has come. As we look back over the happy
years we have lived here, our hearts turn especially to that friend of Miss Bailey
who endeared herself to us all, Miss hlorse. We feel, somehow that she is with
us still, in spirit, that the influence of her life is working among us, and that the
thought of her bright presence will ever be an inspiration to us.
Some of us remember, how, at odd moments of the day, we sometimes
heard lovely snatches of music coming from the McKeen rooms - we remember
how we listened, delighting in Miss Morse's delicate touch at the piano. She
loved beautiful things. Although many of us have not known it, it is a fact
that much of the pleasant restfulness of the Drawing Room and the McKeen
rooms is due to Miss Morse's good taste. XYe all have seen the exquisite photo-
graphs which she made - it was easy for her to see the beauties of this New
None of us will forget Miss Morse. Some have known her better than
others - we all have known and loved her from afar. XYe remember her con-
stant cheerfulness, her bright smile, her charming ways. XVe realize that it
has been our privilege to have known, even for so short a time, a rare personality.
YYe sympathize sincerely with Miss Bailey in her loss, and we can only say that
Miss Morse's memory will live with us, inspiring us always, individually and as a
class, to bright and noble ideals. X!
Page sixty-six if f H”