Delaware Valley College - Cornucopia Yearbook (Doylestown, PA)

 - Class of 1925

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Gleaner 5 MEYER E. COHIEN Alias "Mike" Poultry Age Z1 Philadelphia, Pa. With the boys he was popular, In class a good scholar. Freshman Year-Class Baseball Junior Year-Class Baseball Class Football Vice-President of Class Secretary and Treasurer of Agricul- tural Club Junior Senator Varsity Baseball Manager Athletic Supplies Chairman "Junior Prom" Committee Senior Year-Captain Varsity Baseball President Athletic Association Vice-President of Class Senior Senator Chairman "Senior Dance" Commit- tee Athletic Editor of GLEANER "Mike" we surely hate to say "goodbye" to you, old boy. You've been a good old scout-athlete-scholar and all that goes to make a real fellow. We wish you luck. Let ug hear how the world is treating you-because we all love you. PAGE EIGHT WILLIAM H. DORELL Alias "Bill" General Agriculture Age 19 Collingswood, New Jersey His height was sixjeet but that was only One of many reasonsfar looking up to him. Junior Year-Class Football Class Baseball Senior Year-Inter-Class Baseball Inter-Class Football Green and Gold Meet Milking Contest VVell Bill-you and "Reds" were THE tractor men as everybody knows, and you surely did plow up the fields in good shape. Now, you just plow up your future like you did tho e fields and you will be O. K., and when you get your dairy farm started we will all look up to"Dore1l's A. A. A. Milk." But-don't let it be a new tractor under your name. Just remember the good times at Farm School and they will keep you going towards your goal. We all enjoyed your jolly wise crocks and know that you'regoodin class. Luck to you old boy and makeea real name for yourself. it

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Gleaner Q 0.0: Q s I 'I' 202010101111 111201 111 211111: 1: 1: 1.14:,.i1..1,1-.101 1 1 tio- ,-1,1 i,- .1 11 Class Poem I Up in the old oak tree: the time worn gong Whose age has not detracted from its loudness of song Shall still keep ringing Its message bringing But not to us. II The old gridiron and the diamond: where We strove with might and did our share Toward bringing glory and success To our Alma Mater-N. F. S. We'll ne'er forget. III The dining hall where thrice a day: We always flocked from work or play, Shall still go on the same, The beast of hunger tame, While we go on. IV We now go forth to take our placeg Ours is not to follow but to set the pace In a field as old as time yet newg In a field of strife that calls but few: The field that's under cultivation. V Three precious years we've worked and learned and dreamed And as the years rolled by the more it seemed That there are few that care to learn About the field so many of us spurng The field that's under cultivation. VI But we-XVe are a staunch. inspired few. VVe have seen and learned and know it's true That every ounce of civilization Aquired by every great or tiny nation Depends upon the soil. VII Our lives shall be filled with pleasures and with joys. Not the kind that Satan lends unto his toys. But the kind that keeps the spirit alive And it's the kind that we can but derive From contact with the soil. VIII And as the years keep growing on us: we VVill keep on looking back. and always see Through memory ever clear The school that always shall be dear To us-il IX In time when present shall become but memory: 'Mid friendships firm. where Fortunes smile is free On our way down stream We will often dream Of Farm School and of Twenty-Five. X , And when our days have turned to yes- terdays: The Maker whispers. "Come", and life obeys While hesitating on the very brink Even then we'll pause and think Of Farm School and of Twenty-Five. y21pioio:1111-io:4vi1rio:ngc11y:r:ni1r11y11riv11pj1n1esi1xi1riogoioioiozoiezifbioisi PAGE SEVEN



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Gleaner LEOPOLD KING GO'IV1'LIEB Alias "Cop" Poultry Age 22 New York City And since our stay at School is o'er This tested veteran true. ls to be mustered out once more, And we shalt miss him too. Freshman Year-Vigilance Committee Junior Year-Secretary Agricultural Club Vigilance Committee .lunior Councilman Secretary and Treasurer Athletic Association Senior Year-Manager Varsity Baseball Secretary and President Pro Tem of Senate Secretary Student Council "Cop" you surely do know your stuff in Poultry, XVe all know you will make good. But don't leave your future be- cause of your loneliness forthe old Marine Corps. "Just tell that to the Marines." Use your NVill' knowledge in mul-ting those hens lay for you. We'ye all found you to be fi real pal, always wanting to help where possible, and that surely is one good eharaeteristic you have. Hut our stay at old N. F. 5. is nt an end now and all we can do is. just hope that you continue to be a leader and a good fellow in later life. GEORGE GREEN Alias "Georgie" Apiculture Age 18 Ossining, New York Things may come and thingy may go. But honey jloirs on forever. Junior Year-Class Baseball Senior Year-Literary Society "Georgie"-you youthful genius we all expect to see big things from you in later life because you have shown us that you have the stuff in you, When it comes to playing instruments you are right there. and asfarasEntomology" is concerned you are a dictionary, liut George. when you go into the Bee Business don't let anything "sting" you. Luck to you. PACE NINE

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