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Page 16 text:
Ghz Syllabus wot. 3, 1917
ur last ' ' Bequests
Img the senior class of 1917,
being of SOUI1d mind, doth make and
publish and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament, as fol-
FIRST-It is our will that all due respect and reverence be shown us.
SECOND-To the Faculty we bequeath the following:
To Mr. Johnson-Our best regards.
To Miss Fronk-Roy's ability to chew gum.
To Mr. Denman-Permission to referee all the games of marbles,
ping-pong, croquet, etc.
To Miss I-tyre -Sophia's ability to sing.
To Miss Ernst--Wheaton's ability to teach Latin.
To Miss Newell-The American History class give their note
books Conce in a whilel so that she can keep track of her
numerous dates. q
THIRD-To the Juniors-Our ability to put out an Annual.
FOURTH-To the Sophomores-Our dignity.
FIFTH-To the Freshmen-We give a most honored example to strive,
SIXTH'-VVS bequeath some of our characteristics to the following
To Robert-John's ability to run a Ford. '
To Ralph-Lloyd's activity.
To Irene Conn-Sophia's place in the H. S. Quartette.
To Margaret Cissna-Grace's wisdom.
To Lola Hewitt-Hazel's angelic disposition.
To Frances H.-Emanuel.
To Cecil J --John's position as teacher's pet.
To Henry C.-Charles' "importance"
To Dorothy H.-John.
To Wheaton-Roy's position as President of the Seniors.
SIGNED and SEALED this lst day of April, A. D. 1917.
tsau Che Seniors, '17
Page 15 text:
cha Syllabus m0 Q
ur Story -
The Class of nineteen-seventeen,
Is very bright and very keen.
They study their lessons with great care
And give the faculty no hot air.
Our Grace is very sweet and fair,
She all her money keepeth,
She worketh hard, you see,
To be a farmer's wife she seeketh.
A tall and stately senior,
Is Sophia Lutz, our queeng
She never growls nor grumbles
But takes things as they seem.
John is our diligent editor
Who worketh hard all day.
Then drives his Ford from
He has no time for play.
Charles is a splendid athlete,
Who keepeth our record high,
He playeth well in basket ball,
And in baseball he gets by.
Lloyd is our studious classmate,
And midnight oil doth burn,
To be a High School teacher
He tryettrhard to learn.
Emanuel is the fastest walker
That can be found in school,
And would make an excellent talker
lf he wasn't such a fool.
Now Hazel is very charming,
We prophesy she'll be
A very great instructor,
Unless a "wise man" she see.
And Roy is a four fIusher--
He playeth in the band-
But oh! the jolt of that mitten
l 3, 1917
' 'lin 'Rhyme
That his girl to him did hand,
And this is the end of our tale of woe,
We'll give our place to the Juniors,
But just one word before we go -
We hope they'll make good Seniors.
Page 17 text:
ache Syllabus won. 3, 1917
' 'lrlistorp 1' ' of Glass
In September, 1913, the small but important
class of 1917 started on the path of knowledge,
feeling like tender blades of green grass.
Gbnly Gwo -
Only two of our number, Sophia and John,
have remained together during their school life
from the first grade to their Senior year.
'Ils improved g
There were ten of us at the beginning of our
Freshman year, but were soon joined by Hazel
and Lloyd who added greatly to ,the appearance
of the class.
On St. Patrick's night We were entertained
by Miss Thompson and Miss Dorman at Miss Dor-
man's home. We spent a delightful evening and
felt as important as the Seniors looked.
Chi: photographer '
Another important event which happened
was our trip to the large and prosperous city of
Downs to have our pictures taked for the Annual
and being overwhelmed at sight of the large
buildings and in constant fear of being run over,
by the street cars, we surely lived up to our name
During our Sophomore year, several of our
number dropped out but the rest of us plodded
faithfully onward and with the aid of our faithful
teacher Miss Fronk absorbed a great deal of Ge-
ometry ? ? ?
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