Delaware Valley College - Cornucopia Yearbook (Doylestown, PA)

 - Class of 1925

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Eleanor E-S, ies .-11 X .,-,F gi 9 1 .A -V142 Q 2 1' 4 'eq W, A- wg 4 5 it f l 5 1 qs-wx, DHLTON BERTE SCHVVARTZ Alias "Milt" Poultry Age 18 Philadelphia, Pa. Fine-feathers make fine birds. Hou' about it Mill? Freshman Year-Class Football Manager Banquet Committee Junior Year-Junior Senator Junior Councilman Librarian CLEANER Staff Varsity Basketball Manager Senior Year-Senior Councilman GLEAN1211 Staff Senior Dance Committee First-Aid Man-Football "Milt"-they tell me you are some dancer, well that isn't all-they forgot to mention that you could handle "Buck and Brownie" as well as anybody else, didn't they? XVell, we all agree that you are a fashion-plate but we don't ex- pect to sec you posing for Coles Phillips in the next few years, XYe want to see you in South Jersey or there abouts with anice 3011-acre farm. Yes, we want to see you do some first-aid to a few of those old Pure Bred Guernseys of yours, and above all make good. PAGE Tw1:1.vl2 VVARREN L. RINENBERG Alias "Froggy" Horticulture Age 18 Philadelphia, Pa. -Short in size But big 0theru'i.se. Freshman Year-Class Secretary Junior Year-Class Secretary GLEANER Staff Secretary Chess and Checker Club Manager Class Football Senior Year-Vice-President Literary Society Senior Dance Committee Farm School Publicity Agent Class Secretary Council "Frog" you are the one that put Farm Schools Athletics on the map-that is "Bulletin" and "Ledger" maps. There is one thing we can't take away from you "Frog," and that is your undying spirit and perseverance. You surely have got the "spitzerinktum" and that is what makes presidents. You have been a real "Happy-go-lucky" fellow and a won- derful mixer. We all like you old boy. As everyone knows, you are a good student and never fail to know your lessons. Now just keep up the good work old pal and you are bound to make good. If you can't make good in Fruit- Growing Cof course you know all a..out that end of farm- ingl, you can always find other things because the world is looking for men like you-Best of Luck. Z3

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Eleaner lEifif1 l i lN'IARK JEAN GOLDSTEIN Alias "Fat" Poultry Age 19 Jacksonville. Florida H-u-r-r-cz-h I Here he comes. Always jolly. full offun. Freshman Year-Varsity Football Cantain Class Football Orchestra Junior Year-Varsity Football Captain Class Football Junior Councilman Assistant Manager Varsity Football GLEANER Staff Orchestra Senior Year-Varsity Football Manager Varsity Football Senior Councilman Senior Banquet Committee Coach Freshman Football Team Yearbook Staff Orchestra Dear old "Fatty fellerf' lt's tough to part with you. You can tell the bloke that said, "nobody loves a fat man," that he don't know what he is talking about. At a party, flange, or uathering you were always the "life" and "pep" and when it came to the "Deadlier Sex" why you sure had them feedinu out of your hand. You were bi1l."Goldy"-Big of body-Bill of Heart-Bit: in classes and Biz: on the Gridiron, There were other things you shone in, too. When it came to playinu the Drums or entertaining you sure came into your own. lt's hard to say "mood bye" to you. We'll sure miss you plenty but when you ao back home you take our best wishes with you. The best of luek to you 'iGoIdy" and continue to be "Big" in what you may do. HAICRY RABINOVVITZ Alias "Harry" Floricult ure Age 19 New York City The Cleaner speaks for 3011. old F-ij.. You .surely made lhm year a joy Junior Year-Class Treasurer GLIZANIZR Staff Class Baseball Class Football Class Baseball Manager .lunior Councilman Varsity Football Squad Senior Year-Editor-in-Chief of Gl.IiANIiR Editor Yearbook President Literary Society Class Treasurer Class Salutatorian Senior Dance Committee "Harry", we don't know how you do it, some say you are a genius and others say you STUDY, but we think you are down-right smart. Now don't get swell-headed. it ean't be helped, you have been an exceptional student and a real pal to the ones you associated with, Always there with your little pranks and wise-cracks, but serious when necessary. Don't cry when you tell "Bozzy" "good-bye". we will get another "Protege" to take your place. Just take care of yourself and be a favorite to the world. But that isn't all- you ran those Greenhouses in wonderful style. Mr. Mayer will have to say that much for you. So now that you were the literary shark of our class and a real worker how can anything stop you? Luck to you and may you realize all of your dreams in years to come. PAGE ELEVEN



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Eleaner KENETH B. BTAYER Alias "Yulke" Poultry Age 19 Philadelphia, Pu. Tennis for him had many a charm He liked it better than working on the Farm. Junior Year-Class Football Class Baseball Senior Year-Tennis Manager Yearbook Staff "Yulke"-Although you were not the Football or Baseball star of the class you surely made us all set up and take not- ice on the Tennis Courts. You swim: 21 mean racquet, and too, "Yulke," you have been a very likeable chap. You always did your part when needed and you were liked by the fellows that really knew you. XYQ all expect you to mukea success in the position you take for life's work. Keep at it and reap the Harvest. ALFRED ELFREY Annu "Reds" General Agriculture Age 20 Pliinidelpliiu, Pu. Hu hair lx ret! Bu! O. zthul u Jllilll. Senior Year-Radio Operator Movie Operator "Reds"-you take the prize for the 5Cl1lHrl'Sl'ULlllTtCCl'l13l'1lC. You gave us L1 joy with your toueh 115 you toyed with Ihe radio and movie machines, We all enjoyed the pleasant gatlierinus in your room after "li:hts out." llut it was not only the radio we enjoyed. it wnsulso yourpleg1sinLLDerson- ality. You have been ti rw.-nl good pnl ro ull of us and we surely hate to see you eo. You like the cows, don't you "Reds"? KYell, stick to it old boy' and make them yield the Butter Fat. We all expr-et bi: thing: from you so don'L disappoint us. We know you xx'on't. PAGE TIIIRTEEN

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