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Page 17 text:
fTune-"In the Shade of the Old Apple Ti-ee."j
Our school days here with joy we have completed
The little friendly talks we'll never forgetg
It seems that school bells are still revealing
The old and friendly faces that we met.
And here within these classrooms, we've laboredg
This work I'm sure that we'll ne'er regret.
We can't forget the way the teachers helped us
We know they wish us plenty of success.
Ar the school of old C. T. H. S.,
Where we all loved to work and play,
And the teachers so dear were always so near,
As we pupils stood up for life's test.
You can hear this gay Class of '37,
As our motto we strive to fulfill,
With these hearts that are true,
We'll be starting with you,
From the campus of C. T. H. S.
We gathered here four years ago, one fall dayg
We think our time here has been very short.
We tried our best to please our teachers,
In all that we have done these four short yearsg
But now we hear the future calling usg
So we must leave our classmates and friends.
Although this parting brings us tears and sadness
We all shall try to live life very well.
fTune-"Winds of the Eveningfij
Friends of our school days,
Weill soon be leaving here,
Though sadness hold us,
Soon we the world will meet.
With friends of school days
The hope of fame is born,
Onward and upward
Till the goal we reach.
Words of our parting
Will always bring to mind
Our days at Glenville
And schoolmates left behind.
Now that weire leaving,
We'll always bear in mincl
Onward and upward
Till the goal we reach.
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But we've come to the time for parting,
'Twas in September of Thirty-three,
When the leaves began to die,
That a score and nineteen pupils,
Enrolled at Glenville High.
We met as strangers at sunclown,
Afraid of the mist and the dark,
We met with a longing for friendship,
With someone who had a heart.
Not all were aware of the dangers,
Or the evils that were to come,
They thought only in terms of gayety,
And life as nothing but fun.
Now we've traveled four years togeth
And weive had our "ups" and "downs,"
Some may gain wealth and riches,
And others fame and glory.
The greatest attainment is friendship
For that is the sweetest story.
So whatever the years may bring us,
And whatever they take away,
May they never have power to remove
Those happy mem'ries of yesterday.
When at last, we're old and gray,
In memory we'll go back,
To times when we were school chums,
When intelligence we seemed to lack.
Now all that we ask, all that we want,
Is the pathway our Fathers trod,
To the land of rest and eternal life,
The time to be men not clowns.
Beneath a clear and cloudless sky,
There let me sit, till night doth die,
And I'11 not ask for one thing more,
For there my secrets I may store.
Without a pal, without a friend,
I'l1 sit alone, and be content,
For I can always wander back,
To the land of peace, the Kingdom of God
E'en though the future looks so black.
Oh Glooml Oh Glooml Why clon't yo
You're not my friend, you're my foe,
You never can have peace with me,
'Twill be more like a storm at sea.
I do not care to walk and roam,
All I want is to be alone,
Alone with Him Who owns it all,
Alone with Him Who can not fall.
C. M. K., '37
C. K., '37
Page 18 text:
Senior Class History
Our sun is sinking and our school days at Codorus Township High School are over,
but as we leave school, may we apply the principles which we have so bountifully received
at our dear Alma Mater.
Four years ago, on a bright September morning we met. To us C. T. H. S. was a queer
place, but in a few days the strange surroundings seemed to become a part of us. With the
kind advice of Mr. Bushey, our class adviser, we carefully elected our officers for the year.
We also chose our colors, jockey Red and Royal Blue, and the flower, White Rose. "On-
ward, Upward, Till the Goal We Reach" is the motto we selected. These remained the
same for four years.
During the first year, both boys and girls became interested in athletics and class
projects, Literary Society and dramatics. For classes we studied willingly, but we hopefully
awaited the end of the term when we might have a pleasant vacation.
After a short summer vacation, we were happy to return, now as sophomores. The class
enrollment was lower. During this year we showed our ability in athletics, for most of the
girls appeared on the basketball team. "When the Wife's Awayv was our first opportunity
to use our dramatic skill. We helped the juniors and seniors in handling the bazaar, we
served on Literary Society programs. Mildred Garrett, Edwina Rebert, and John Miller
represented our class on the debating team. We performed all these tasks with a smile.
Another vacation, and we were juniors. Proud, indeed! The junior girls composed
the entire basketball team, which closed the season with seven victories and four defeats. We
inserted on the school calendar an innovation, Junior Night, when we presented four one-
act plays, 'tOuch, My Corn,', "Suspended Animationf, "Hiram and the Peddlersf' and
"Moon Signs," coached by Miss Hunt. Mildred Garrett, Donald Ambrosius, and Mar-
guerite Hoover were the junior debaters. In volleyball, baseball, and boys' basketball we
furnished splendid material. Commencement! Seniority crept upon us. I
In our class the traditional dignity seemed to be an unknown quantity, for few of us
were serious enough to be dignified. However, we Hlled responsible positions in several
organizations. Most of the Glen Echo staff were seniors. Our greatest pleasure came when
we presented i'Hobgoblin House" on November 24 and 26. "The Open Road" brought
us a real thrill when we were gypsies just for one night.
We're sorry that the four-year-old transportation project did not reach definite maturity
before our graduation, that seems one of the incompleted tasks. Thanks to the well's going
dry, for the progress we have made on the project.
Our senior days were busy ones, for many of us. Orations, essays, special programs,
experiments, besides all class work. Then books were closed, tears flowed, Commencement
closed our first voyage. g
In our hearts will linger thoughts of the friends we had at C. T. H. S., the pranks and
tricks we "pulled," the joys and sorrow we encountered, the days that have meant most to
us. Now, it's t'Adieu!',
B. L. R., '37.
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