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MARY HENDERSON JASPER
115 Hampshire Road, Syracuse 3, New York
M are, Iasp "I love him! - Really suave."
New Fidelio 3, Talent Show 3, Fidelio 4, Senior Parlor
Committee 4, Social Committee 4.
She will always be remembered returning from vacations
with stars in her eyes and a smile stretching from ear to
ear as she stands thunderstruck in the doorway and cries
passionately, "I luff him!" She will also be remembered
saying: "I've got my Syracuse accent back. - Should I pack
my banner? - I set my hair every night. - Pat's my idol!
- Look at my circles! - I'm going to pin my straps together
with frat pins. - Help! I'm bleeding blue blood! - Wall
to wall carpeting, chandeliers, French doors opening out
onto a balcony. - That's the most horribly depressed letter
I've ever written. - I'm gonna die." Things to remember
her by: Paper clip chain, boys, boys, boys, neat, neat, neat,
the towers, frustration pictures, a curiosity killer, slapping
slippers, whiney voice, midnight cokes, forever alienated
by her Syracuse friends, cute smile, a love of life.
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Forty percent fewer cavities.
' MARY EVELYN JOHNSON
26 Main Street, Newton, Connecticut
Mar "Hi cat! - True."
A.C.A. Representative 2, New Fidelio 2, Fidelio 3, Choir
3, 4, "Intoxic-eights" 3, 4, President of Fidelio 4, Social
You may hear a voice, beautiful and pleasant, softly
singing snatches from "West Side Story" or a chorus of
"Ebb Tide." Even if you didn't know Mary, some things
about her would be evident from a casual observation. She
smiles easily and laughs often, a sign of her inner happiness.
She listens intently to the girl beside her, a sign of her
understanding nature. It would require a more detailed
study to discover her propensity for writing reminders to
herself, especially at two in the morning - "Set breakfast."
She is a storehouse of obscure and little-known facts -
"Did you know that F.D.R. had a dog named Fal1ah?,' She
is a good friend.
. ..I'm lost”