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Charles-Doesn't even know his own strength.
Allen--Quiet, reserved and a dandy fellow.
Charles--Unfailing good company.
RuthlWim, Wigor and Witality.
Harold-A big man around the town.
Mary-A prim little miss with an unfailing ability to say something about nothing.
Adela--The best natured of classmates, always glad to help someone.
Raymond-iKeeps that schoolboy complexion.
Adelalbler debating ability is not to be questioned.
Raymond-Indulges in all sports including marbles.
Margaretils always quiet and sincere.
Harry--Always smiling, cheerful, and well-liked.
Richardt-The boy who can study with a smile.
john-Is only two-by-four, but he has pep enough for a forty-by-eighty.
Harold-Has been a great basketball captain and baseball player.
Maryll-Ias her wagon hitched to a certain alumnus.
Adela--Is ambitious and will surely succeed.
Clair-An amiable, all-around good fellow.
john--There's nothing he'd rather do than make a speech.
ClairiThe original 10 o'clock scholar, but not so slow as a friend.
Ruth-Not at all loud, but she gets things done.
Charles-Laughs at everything and helps others to laugh.
Allen-Always ready for a good time.
Harry-Always in a hurry, he knows the early bird catches the worm.
Harold-iWe are indebted to Wiota for him.
Allen-Is a real boy, always laughing, fooling and sometimes studying.
Adela's experience in the Glen Echo will surely be of some use to her in the world.
CharleslNever knows his neighbors.??
THE MISSING SENIOR-A conscientious, studious lad.
Mr. Bortner-When do we eat?
Mr. Busheyt-Noted for kind words.
Miss Hunt-Is fair and square and well worth your acquaintance.
Mr. Kapp-Is always singing and he can sing.
When Charles is not playing baseball, he is laughing at Dick's jokes.
Harry's specialty--Home runs.
Ruth Merwin Rinehart--A true classmate whom we miss very much.
All Seniors-A friend in sun, a friend in rain.
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When a minor Philadelphia County court was about to open its session some time ago,
the discovery was made that the court-crier was absent. A substitute was provided, and the
court had scarcely begun to take up a case, when a breathless messenger boy dashed in with
a telegram signed by the absent crier. The missive was handed to the judge, who read: "My
wife's mother died last night. Will not be able to cry today."
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Mr. Mean-To has a comrade
And his name is Didn't-Do.
Have you ever met them?
Did they ever call on you?
These two fellows work together
In the House of Never-Win,
And I'm told that it is haunted
By the ghost of Might-Have-Been!