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Page 11 text:
CARROLL W. CRAMER, Glenville, Pennsylvania
Science Club 11, 2, 3, 41, History Club 131, Class Play 1315 F. F.
A. 11, 2, 3, 41, History Club Play 1313 President of F. F. A. 141.
Carroll is always cheerful and happy. Nothing worries him. Some
of his classmates say that Cramer will never become a great singer, but
that does not discourage him. He sings anyway. Carroll has a habit
of sleeping in school. When we hear someone snoring in school, we
know it's "Fats," It may be that someone at Hanover Junction can
account for that. Cramer is a brilliant history student. All things seem
to indicate that Carroll will become a writer of repute, for he can
write excellent short stories. He is the most extensive reader in the
There's nothing that annoys Cramer more
Than a five-minute bell interrupting his more.
WILMER B. FRIDINGER, Lineboro, Maryland
Literary Societyg Class Play 1315 Science Club 11, 21g Baseball 13, 41,
Basketball 13, 41.
One's first impression of Wilmer generally is that he is the quiet,
innocent type, but we who know him well will agree that he is vivacious,
tricky, and, at times, a bit mischievous.
Wilmer is always cheerfulg his personality is necessary in our class.
He is fond of sports and has been very active in baseball and basketball.
When he is not engaged in athletics, "Fridinger" finds reading an inter-
esting pastime. Wilmer has no definite plans for the future, but,
indeed, we wish him well.
There's plenty of pep in this young chap,
So watch your step, if you want no slap.
MILDRED R. GARRETT, Codorus, Pennsylvania
Glen Echo Staff 12, 3, 41, Debate 12, 3, 413 Operetta 11, 2, 3, 413
Class Secretary 111, Science Club 11, 2, 31g History Club 131, History
Club Play 131, Secretary, Science Club 1213 Class Plays 13, 41, Basket-
ball 12, 3, 41g Volleyball 13, 413 Orchestra 1113 Society Secretary 1213
Basketball Captain 141g Chorus 11, 2, 3, 41.
Meet the Editor-in-Chief of the Glen Echo! ' Mildredis ambition
in studies has been an inspiration for the whole class. Her ability in
oratory and debate has given her much distinction. She is a basketball
star, too. Mildred knows how to use her time, for extra curricular
activities never encroached upon her class preparation. Mildred's pleasing
personality has drawn the attention of many.
This young lady from jefferson hails,
So on her We shall tell no tales.
MARGUERITE E. HOOVER, Lineboro, Maryland
Art Club 1113 Chorus 12, 3, 41, Operetta 12, 3, 41, Class Plays
13, 413 Debate 1313 Athletic Association Secretary and Treasurer 13, 4-15
Track 13, 413 Volleyball 13, 41, Society Secretary 131, Glenn Echo Staff
Marguerite came to Codorus Township High School as a sophomore,
having transferred from Hanover High School. She always has a
determined look which, we know, helps her to succeed in her work. Ir
takes will power to go ahead-and Marguerite has that. Pleasant, con-
genial, persevering, ambitious-that's "Hoover.',
Besides her many school activities, Marguerite Ends time for visiting
Manchester?????. Three Cheers for our Cheerleader!
A finer girl youill never meet,
Than this 'versatile classmate.
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MARGARET HILDA BANGE, Glen Rock, Pennsylvania
Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41, Volleyball 11, 2, 3, 41, Class Play 131,
Track 1313 Operetta 12, 3, 415 Chorus 11, 2, 3, 415 Bazaar Play 12, 41.
Margaret is small, but she surely has a smile and cheerful dis-
position, which is quite important to the life of the class. Besides being
a very studious girl, "Bange" is one of our star basketball and volleyball
players. "Bange" took an interest in all athletic events. Basketball and
volleyball are her favorites. Margaret holds a place in all our hearts.
While passing through the halls or in classrooms, we hear a familiar
laugh ringing out above all the other noises-needless to say whose it
Margaret hasn't decided what she intends to do after finishing
high school. The wishes of the class go with her in whatever she may do.
A comrade hlithe and full of glee,
Who darer to laugh out loud and free.
KATHRYN E, BOYER, Spring Grove. Pennsylvania
Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41g Volleyball 12, 3, 41, Junior Play 131,
Operetta 12, 3, 415 Bazaar 141, Track 12, 3, 41.
To observe Kathryn, one would think she is an unusually quiet
girl, but to talk with her brings one revelation of a very pleasant
What would the basketball team have done without Kathryn? She
never lost a pass. She holds the reputation of being a most competent
Service to others is Kathryn's greatest choice. Therefore, nursing
for her future! Hold your head high, Kathryn, your smile will lead you.
A nurse in white, a girl so fair,
Will thrill her patients without despair.
MAX'NARD B. BRODBECK, Brodbeck, Pennsylvania
Class President 111g History Club 131g Science Club 11, 2, 3, 41,
Orchestra 13, 41g Class Play 1319 Glen Echo Business Staff 131,
Meet the chemist of our class! We assure anyone that Maynard
will succeed. Even in the laboratory, Maynard can be found joking.
When "Bred" is near, one must be on the lookout, for he is likely to
be planning some prank. What does Maynard know about Fords?
Find out in Problems class. In arguing he can always uphold his
opinion. Maynard reads extensively, he enjoys music and knows it very
well, he has as his pastime hobby, photography, he also spends much
time with his stamp collection.
Perhaps, when a chemist, "Brad" will find
New compounds through his Wonderful mind.
EARL L. COOPER, Spring Grove, Pennsylvania
Science Club 11, 2, 3, 41, History Club 131, Chorus 11, 2, 3, 41,
Operetta 11, 2, 3, 41, Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 41.
"Cooper" is a sincere pal. His good nature makes it easy for him
to make friends and keep them. He is a fine classmate and is very
popular with the boys 1ancl the girls1. So far as we have been able to
determine, Cooper's romantic nature has just recently been aroused. We
are sure that Cooper's company must be pleasurable to the "lucky girlf'
Well, Earl attended basketball regularly since this great advent in his life.
Earl enjoys music. He plays a saxophone very well. His real
ambition seems to become a mechanical engineer. In this he has our
ls "Cooper', hashful? No! Oh, No!
It's just the face that colors sa.
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RALPH E. I-IUGGENS, Lineboro, Maryland
Class Play 1315 Literary Society 11, 2, 3, 41.
If height denotes wisdom, Ralph, who is six feet, four inches tall,
will be a great philosopher. "Higgins" is very quiet and retiring, but
he is well-liked and is a very good friend to everyone. He has a
natural talent for electrical work, at which he spends most of his time.
In his free time he has made many electrical "gadgets," among them,
a Tesla coil, a really worthwhile accomplishment for an amateur
electrician. During the past four years we have felt mighty lucky
in having a boy as uhandyi' as Huggens about the school, especially at
times when we staged plays. The best of our wishes go with Huggens.
Heir tall and slim and quile a man,
But very timid when he'r in a "jam.',
H. Ons Krsna, Glen Rock, Pennsylvania
Class Play 131, Science Club 121, Basketball 13, 41g Track Team
141, Literary Society 11, 2, 3, 41.
Kiser, who is sometimes known as "Geezil," is the "rough and
tough" type of fellow who takes many "bumps" and likes it. When he,s
around, we usually think of the popular song, '1Why Must I Be Tot-
mented,', for Kiser surely gets plenty of fun from tormenting someone-
and that doesn't necessarily pertain to boys. Recently he's been giving
the girls some strict attention, especially a young "Miss" from Glen
Rock. Weire not sure of the name, but the initials, D. F. suffice,
If you Want to call him, my "Kira," not "Geezilg"
For the fmt thing you know, he'll call you 1.1 Weasel.
CLYDE M. Kmsas, Codorus, Pennsylvania
Baseball 12, 3, 413 Basketball 12, 3, 41g Track 1213 Bazaar Plays
13, 41g Class Plays 13, 413 President of Athletic Association 1413 Glen
Echo Staff 141.
Behold the tall, dark, and handsome lad of the class. Clyde is in-
deed a versatile person, as well as an attraction for the girls. When
there's a call for poetry, there is no hesitation as to who shall be called
upon. As an actor, Clyde is a second Robert Taylor. Basketball and
baseball in out school have held much interest for Clyde. The radio
is a very close companion for Clyde, he surely knows his stars. To
be a business man is Clydeis aim.' You are sure to succeed, Clytle.
"l'll take you home again, Kathleen,"
just sing this and see Clyde? hlurher gleam.
WILLIAM G. KREBS, Glen Rock, Pennsylvania
Track 12, 3, 413 Operetta 12, 3, 41g Science Club 11, 2, 3, 41,
Bazaar Play 11, 2, 3, 41g Class Play 13, 413 Glen Echo Business Staff
1419 Vice-President of Literary Society 1413 Chorus 11, 2, 3, 41.
"Krebsie" is the "big boyi' in our class, His cheerful and agreeable
disposition has made him many friends among the boys and girls in
school. In fact, he seems to have become involved in romance that has
grown beyond the budding stage. Being of an industrious nature, he has
shown a Hne school spirit. He is always willing to do any task brought be-
fore him. For a hobby he has chosen manual art. In school, he
has shown great skill in carpentering and all sorts of woodwork. The
class of '37 will remember him as a loyal friend and classmate.
Williamix not hafhful around some girls,
But when he'r with Nova, his head just rwirls.
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