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Freshman F oibles
Frederick Beaver-"Froggie"-"How to Vamp the Women."
Kennith Knecht-"Toad"-"How to Play Baseball."
Gertrude Fouche-"Gub"-"How to Blush." ' w 1
Ethel Irvin-"Fat"-"You should hear her orate."
Robert Hawk-"Scotchie"-"Our Sheik."
Forrest Fetzer-"Chippy"-"I devote my time to lessons."
Maxine Repp-"Mac"-"Hover to Coach Baseball."
George Mcllvalne-"Butch"-"How to Tease the Glrls."
Mae Henry-"Hen"-"Lessons in Reducing."
Paul Beal-"Dutch"-"Little, but Mighty."
Pearl Younker-"Pearlie"-"Why I like General Science."
Dale Leaman-"Lemon"-"I don't bother anyone."
Jeannette Eshelman-"Jim"-"How I hold my Temper."
George Grunder-"Twisty"-"Why I Study so Hard."
Harriet Patterson-"Pat"-"A Great Violinistf'
Mark VanZile-"Jack"-"Just a Bright Little Freshman."
Vera Stutzman-"Stutzy"-"The Loud-Speaker."
Ward Oller-"John"-"Why I get Good Grades in Manuel Training."
Edith Smith-"Ed"-"I'll Tell the World." '45,
Mary Morrow-"How I Attract the Boys." "
Naomi Curry-"Nic"-"Mother Advice." 'gil
Mary Lawton-"Bridget"-"1 Dare What Men Dare." I 1
Leava Woodward-"Skinny"-"I'm Able to Speak for Myself." I
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PRESIDENT-Vera Stutzman SECRETARY-TREASU RE R--Gertrude Fouche
On September the flrst, nineteen hundred and twenty-four, twenty-four verdant
Freshmen grabbed their stocking caps, books and pencils, and started toward the
school house, with knocking knees and throbbing hearts. After many scrimmages with
Sophomores and Seniors, we at last crept silently to our room. Everything was new,
especially the ,assembly hall. Here we were greeted with loud cries and stamping of
feet. No one told us about the change of classes and for the first couple of days we
were too green to leave our seats and go to the study hall. Of course we thought the
joke was on our teachers, but we later found out that we were the ones fooled.
Our work went very well and being of a rather cautious nature, we took care not
to tax ourselves too heavily with study: needless to say, no one was sent to the doctor
for overworklng his brain.
The year was spent in our school work, parties, weiner roasts and hikes.
We lost one member of our class, Ray Webb, who moved to Kenmore. Vera Stutz-
man took his place.
The Freshmen girls who went out for basketball were Edith Smith, Gertrude Fouch,
Mary Morrow, Naomi Curry, Maxine Repp and Vera Stutzman. The last two succeeded
in getting in as "subs" and will try again next year as we will lose some players.
The boys, too, went out for athletics, though not so successful in basketball, they
later succeeded in becoming sturdy stays of our baseball team. Those on the team
were Robert Hawk and Kennith Knecht.
And now, as the school year draws to a close, we are looking forward to the future
when we shall be Sophomores and shall laugh at the same mistakes that we once made.
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OFFICERS OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
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