Codorus High School - Glen Echo Yearbook (Glenville, PA)

 - Class of 1936

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RAYMOND C. ROHRBAUGH, Brodbeck, Pa. l!Ray,, Literary Society 11, 2, 3, 4, 5 Class Re- porter 13,5 Class Treasurer 14,5 History Club 13, 4,. Raymond is the shyest boy of the classg We hope this will not always last. Athletics have no lust for him. He argues that Plymouths are not tin. Ray's teachers know that he Always will be prepared be. When he leaves dear C. T. H. S., May one thing follow him, Success, To crown his efforts the best. HAROLD R. SPANGLER, Codorus, Pa. Nspangv Literary Society 11, 2, 3, 4,5 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 4,5 Baseball 11, 2, 3, 4,5 History Club 13, 4,5 President of Athletic Asso- ciation 13, 4,5 Class Reporter 11, 2,5 Vice President of Class 14,5 Track 13, 4,5 Ten- nis 13, 4,5 Assistant Advertising Manager 13,5 Advertising Manager Here comes the captain brave, Who tried his best each game to save. As a minister and butler, too, In class plays his parts were true. When Harold forgot to do his books All to do was endure the teachers' looks. The seniors have hope some day he'll be A baseball player great to see, And as his spectators, you and me. 9 RUTH I. Sums, Larue, Pa. Literary Society 11, 2, 3, 4,5 Class Presi- dent 13,5 Class Treasurer 11, 2,5 Debat- ing Team 13, 4,5 History Club 13, 4,5 Pianist 13, 4,5 Chorus Here's our only classmate from Larue, Sheis the one senior basketball player, too. In classwork, as we all know, Ruth is there, Though correspondence and activities every- where Brought her many moments of earnest care. In clubs, sports, classes, debates and plays, Ruth has seen and enjoyed many busy days. Since it seems music blends with her name, We wish her an abundance of musical fame. -I. RICHARD SWARTZBAUGH, Codorus, Pa. "Dick" Literary Society 11, 2, 3, 4,5 History Club 13, 4,5 President of Class 11, 2, 4,5 Vice President of Class 13,5 Manager of Baseball and Basketball 14,5 Circulation Manager of Glen Echo 14,5 Athletic Re- porter 13,5 Debate 12, 3, 4, 5 President of Literary Society 13, 4,. Swartzbaugh is the first in line For joking and teasing all the time. When being an ofhcer was his place, Sternness crept across his face. His lessons were always very well done5 For manager there was no other one. When May days reach Glenville High, And "Dick" and his classmates give a sigh, May there be no tears as they bid goodbye.

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CLAIR C. MILLER, Spring Grove, R. 2, Pa. Q!Red7, Literary Society 11, 2, 3, 4,3 History Club 13, 4,3 Basketball 13, 4,3 Baseball 13, 4,3 Chorus A blush, a smile, and then a "I-Iellol" And "Red's" name falls right in row. '1Yes, I know," just wait and see, There's another argument in P. of D. In basketball "Red" indeed is fast, Though sometimes he misses a pass. In class work Clair improved each year. Now that Commencement time is here, May his heart be full of cheer. HARRY M. RABER, Codorus, Pennsylvania ff ' 77 Jakie History Club 13, 4,3 Literary Society 11, 2, 3, 4,3 Baseball 11, 3, 4,3 Secretary of Class 11,3 Basketball 13, 4,3 Assistant Manager of Glen Echo 14,3 Tennis 13, 4,3 President of Literary Society I-Ie's been late for class each day, And unconcerned in every way3 His class grades would be very high, If Harry had remembered to try. A firm believer in student government, In basketball, too, he deserves a compliment. Harry's classmates all know him as "Jake,,' Who is very free to discuss his last date Or talk of the skunk who brought him near fate. 8 CHARLES A. RAVER, Glen Rock, Pa. "Charlie" Literary Society 11, 2, 3, 4,3 History Club 13, 4,3 Baseball 13, 4,3 Secretary of Class A hard Republican, you bet! Of all the class heis the funniest yetg He treats his books in a very nice way- Once in his desk, they are there to stay. Baseball is his favorite sport, For he can hit the balls, though he is short. Though he was a robber in both our plays, We know he'll never follow these ways. Charles will find success in future days. MARY A. ROHRBAUGH, Glen Rock, R. 1, Pa. QfR0xy,, Literary Society 11, 2, 3, 4,3 History Club 13, 4,3 Student Council 11,3 Class Vice President 12,3 Secretary Science Club 14,3 Science Club Librarian, Class Reporter 14,3 Science Club 11, 2, 3, 4,3 Operetta 12, 3, 4,. A miller's daughter you'll see here3 Small and gay, always here and there, Without a worry or the slightest care. Funny stories are ever in full sway, When Mary comes along one's way. When week-ends are crowded with "dates," All lessons must do for a while is wait. As a rule, class work is done each day. That's little "Roxy,' since the Junior play.



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Class Poem The Class of Thirty-six had grown Little by little each day, Now as the parting time draws near, They'll gradually fade away. just like plants that thrive and grow Was this class so small, just like roses that wave to and fro Over a strong garden wall. The happiest days that we ever knew Were spent upon Glenville Hill, Where Step By Step We Mounted The Heights With zest and ready good-will. C. T. H. S., long may your banner wave, Alma Mater, true and brave, Long may your students rise to fame, As they breathe your precious name. Memories May the Class of Thirty-six Help make C. T. H. S. proud, And the pupils of the class Cheer her long and loud! With her banner waving before, May she keep us free from shame, Let no evil seducer ever mar Or cast shadow on her name! May the fragrance of our flower, The rose, fan across her door, And keep her always proud and bold As she is at this farewell hour! Enchanting memories of the Hill, Of love, and worlc and playl No power will ever live to rise And take these memories away! E103 A. E. B., 36. A. E. B., 36

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