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"She was made for happy thoughts,
For playful wit and laughter "
"A busy person is always happy" says the wise old owl, and that is indeed true of
Alice. Her work lasts through the entire day, but it never outlives her happy buoyancy.
Brutus deplored Caesar's ambition but he admired his energy. We gasp at Alice's energy
but we most sincerely laud and admire her ambition. To meet her casually, one would not
dream of the energetic grasping for knowledge that marks her daily course, for she is happy,
lightfhearted, gay and cheerful, never too busy for a friendly word, nor too deeply intent
on work to miss a joke. She has helped to lighten the seemingly
numerous trials of school life, when we were groaning beneath
our burden of work, Alice cheerfully gave us a worthfwhile
exampleAto laugh at trouble and do one's best. After all, sucf
cess without work would be an empty victory, and work with'
out success, a noble defeat. Alice will have neither. She has the
will to work and the power to succeed, so who could or would
deny her? Surely not we to whom she has been the living
exemplar of cheerful perseverance and who predict for her the
happy reward of earnest endeavor.
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In every gesture dignity and love."
A tall, slim girl whose golden hair forms an aureola enhancing the sweet beauty of her
countenancefsuch is our Grace. If life were a game of chess, she would surely be the queen.
She moves slowly and gracefully, without worry or trouble, and she sweeps all before her.
Nature endowed her with queenlike beauty and intelligence, but it depended on Grace to
make the most of the latter, and she has not failed. There is an old saying, "Any port in a
storm," but we are grateful to have a safer refuge than that. Grace is our port in every
storm. How many times, when all seems lost, some wily student
cries, "Ask Grace, she knows!" And she always does. Four
years of her companionship have made her very dear to us. She
is everyone's friend and a good playmate, but she knows that
one cannot succeed without study, so she studies-hence sucf
cess, the reward of earnest endeavor. If the world can resist her
charms-but we smile at the mere thought of that! May Grace
reach the peak of her ambitiong and she will, for the heights of
success are waiting for her.
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L'Sl1e is pretty to walk with,
And witty to talk with,
And pleasant, too, to think on."
Irene is endowed with one of those winning smiles and sweet dispositions which gain
friends and succeed in holding them through the many vicissitudes of school life. Her
vivacious character has earned for her a chosen place among our number, and ofttimes
when we are becoming too engrossed in some wearisome task, Irene's enticing and magnetic
joviality attracts us by some pantomime which she seems to have prepared for such occaf
sions. She was not passed by when it came to the distribution of talents, for she is quick
and able in all her undertakings. She is an agile guard on our
class basketball team and is also a very competent Hreff' ZQ- Qff '--i . .:,. ' 1
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she is the only one among us who has succeeded in cultivating W
a nasal twang in French. As a result, she is rarely understood, 'A 5
and this is the cause of much distress on her part. She is somef '
times a mystery to us, but no doubt the mystery will be solved 9 ,mi 9
some day when Irene shall have scaled the heights of her pet i '
ambition, and we, her classmates, stand rapt in admiration and '
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