Faulkner School for Girls - Kismet Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1946
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Text from Pages 1 - 132 of the 1946 volume:
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A RECORD OF EVENTS
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As the Kismet Boar has dedicated the l945 year book to our
instructor ot dramatics we teel that it is altoaether tittina that
the theme should b aramatics The lntermediate Depart
rnent is introduced as the Prologue by the masks ot comedy
and traaedy a dressina room scene introduces Act l
Freshmen a manuscript ot Shakespeare represents
Act ll the Sophomores The lunior Class or Act lll
s represented by properties a helmet breast
plate an shield a scene ot ott staae liahtina
arranaements introauces Act lV the Seniors
sented as the Epilogue with the aloves
and ticket stubs and flowers Dramatics
has been a part ot the Faulkner
School activities ever since the
school was established and
certainly every one now in
school is attected by this
very essential department
and tinally, the Activities Section is repre-
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ACADEMIC AND INTERMEDIATE
MISS ELIZABETH FAULKNER
Lcxtm and Greek
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MISS MARION DAVIS
MISS GEORGENE FAULKNER
Drrector of Kmdergczrien
MISS SEBA MOULTON
MISS IESSIE FARR
D rector of Intermedzcxte
MISS REBECCA MACK
Algebra Asst Enghsh
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MRS SIEGRID BENSON
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MLLE IEANNE BROCHERY
MME ESTEH de KING
MISS A G PICKENS
MISS CORINNE LENSE
MISS HELEN MCADOW
Ass t Intermedlute
MISS E GOEHST
In Memorv of a Loved Frzend
Home Economics and
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Top row left to rrght L Marks L Lxebermcm I Geller P Blackwood E Vlck
Mary Rose Traer
Preerclenl Mary Rose 'Traer
VICQ Pre-s1denl Lynn Marks
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Io Ann Goldman
Nancy Lee Huber
Cynthra L Krensky
Glcna lane Nathan
Mary Barbara N chols
Audrey lane Bubovrts
Da1sy Marle Scraky
Presrdent Eleanor Levy
V1ce Presldent Nancy Lee Huber
Secretary Audrey lane Bubovrts
Treasurer Betsy Adler
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THE COUNTRY SIDE THE FIELD
DO YOU BELIEVE? MY TBIP TO THE COUNTBY
WHOS BEEN BAIDING THE ICE BOX?
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THE SNOW MAN
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Top row lett to nght Morns Kenyon Langeluthg Walker Harvey Gordon Valentme
Nanette Cochran Nancy Carol Mrller
Penny Prankenthal Marran Sue Moms
Myrna Gordon Martha Rutherford
Rhea Harvey Nancy Srrnrnons
Anna Grtford Hulbert Glorra Teqarden
Iudrth Kenyon Mary Kay Thornton
Mary lane Thomas Lanaeluttra Beverly Anne Valentrne
'Xlancy Helen 'Walker
Presrdent Mary Kay Thornton
Vrce Presldent Iuchth Kenyon
Secretary Nancy Helen Walker
Treasurer Manan Sue Moms
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ONE SUMMER DAY
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Top row leit to nght Beatty Stevens Chnstensen Schrack Hatcher R1ch,Musse1man Hertzman
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Dorothy lane Stevens
Ioanne B Ward
Presrdent Nancy Hatcher
V1ce Presrden Bon n B mc
Qecretarv Carohne Muesern a
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THE CHRISTMAS STAR THE CHANGING LAKES
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Long curls long ago
DIANE DOUSSEAU CDedeJ
Hot fudge sundaes
FLORA JANE ETSHOKIN
Conover Model 5
Everyone s Pal
L11 Abner s
IANET HELSELL Clanmel
Haver s Image
Class V1ce Pres
THEO IANET HOWELLS fTeddyl
Algebra Make up
Hundmg s Dany
HELEN IAMES CI1mrn1el
Clear Blue Eyes
IUDITH KLAWANS Uudyl
Twmkle 1n her eye
Ir1ums own Mmczm
ELLEN LEPAN CBilliel
LORETTA MILLER fButch7
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Tardmess Comrmttee s
Shoots a mean basket
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PATTY LYNN PRONGE111
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Cute Frenc accent
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Charmcurl on me
Doctor s offspnng
IOAN LEE SHICK Uoaruel
L1tt1e but cute
Penny s Gold Brlck
Green cmd Wh1te blouses
BARBARA STEIN CBobbieD
F R E S
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Last but not least
Class Sec y Trecs
THE INVISIBLE CLOAK
Bona' bona' boi Q three polo k e lated hou re at st l can
stand it any lonqer' Tnree men oers of the 'and y ' ate already been ohalked
up to tne missing and l will be the tour But my desti y will e aff erent for
'nf death will be a shameful one
Ch yes l know how the others dea First there wcs a delivery bov who
arouaht a arim warning Then there was a aueer oaoklina lauqhter the very
e sence of fear oommandinq noises tha ranq out tlirouah the space of a room
suffusina it with eerie radiance A daaaer fascinating in its aleamina beauty
seemingly floated down throuah the air closer Closer until it stabbed deep
into the flesh through to the heart Quiet reigned aaa n and all was peaceful
its you can see l know the pattern perfectly Why? Hal you might well
wonder lt was a lona sto v of o mon who made the Nronq move on the
cl eoker board of life
cvwlenlwa n ia tie anao i st utsitrif ie notc xr
er ul nan full f ft fin ting icti e o aitv we toastoa t e suooess o
rnission lt was then tiat l first tear ea of tie tc r a o oa is t
wx rapped around tho daqaer of one of the ancient Mal oraiahs w io i was he
said to be found in the torrb of the mystery shrouded lvlaharaiah the Ftrst
l iad lauqhed merrily and inquired where this tomb was At that rny friend
looked fearfully at me and whispered tnat a ohosen one would find a slip of
paper to which would be fastened a small replica of the daqqer fashioned in
Soon l departed never l thouqht to think of those words aqain
Suddenly l bent down att acted by a alitter in the street There lay a tiny
ten here? Wliy they were not words at all but nu nbers a latitude ana lonqi
tudel Should l take this oryptio formula for myse f'? The superhuman power
which it would invest in me miqlt pe oo terrible for one man to possess
Nevertheless my eyes greedily devoured the nuntoers and with a rush l was on
rny way Reaching the plco indioatea in the directions l looked about and
saw before me an unpretentious trunk standing alone in the barren waste
land l worked feverisl y to unfasten the look Under my frantic pounainq
the lid fell off revealing a Cap under which lay the aaaqer Hastily wrap
pina the oloak about nic l ara ped the daaqer and rode laok to the City
Meanwhile a plat leqan to formulate in my rtina Rox enae' The family
had always thought cf fit as a weaklina one to e piti ol Now l would siow
t em who was to l rift l went o their ones idec urnina ever
stronaer deternn red to t rrori o t Cria mak hen dio No v they are aead
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AN EMBARRASSING PREDICAMENT
My frrends rrust thrnk I possess some kmd of natrve obrlrty for bustness
I was plannrna a party to be grven durrng the holrday season It was to be
a sort of rnrtratton or housewarmmg for our new receptron and game room
Deterrnrned that rt should D9 a huge success I personally attended to all the
detarls I was partrcularly anxrous that each guest have a good trme be happy
he came and sorry to leave
For mvrtatrons I used a very rnformal note wrrtten on holrday statronery
When my s1ster Sue offered to wrrte and marl them for me I was more than
happy to accept her generous offer I lost no trme rn wr1t1ng the frrst one
from whrch she could copy I felt srncerely grateful that she was wrllrng to
relreve me of thrs one lrttle detarl
The rnvrtatrons were duly recerved My closest fnends acknowledged prompt
lv and told me how much they looked forward to rt In general I thought the
acceptances seemed to lag I sensed a few whrspenng conferences whrch
stopped abruptly when I approached I couldnt account for thrs attrtude
Th re had never been any krnd of rll feehng between any of my class mates
and myself What then I pondered could be the cause of thrs obvrous tense
ness that I felt? Gradually the acceptances drd come but not too enthusrastr
cally I thought Frnally the last one came and what a relref that was to me'
I decrded to put out of my nnnd entrrely any doubt or concern I may have
felt It had probably been a good example of ones rmagmatron runnrng
away wrth better Judgment
I proceeded wrth my preparatrons enthusrastrcarly The nrght of the party
arnved Everythmg was rn complete readrness A beautrfully and perfectly
formed Chrrstmas tree wrth glrttermg tmsel and soft glowmg lrghts formed a
nucleus of my decoratrng scheme Holly and mrstletoe added to present a
perfect settmg for a gala evenrng of fun and festrvrty To accentuate the holr
day sprrrt there were small mdrvrdually wrapped grfts for each guest They
were of humorous nature and rntended to reflect some trace of the rndrvrdual s
personalrty or character
My guests started arnvmg rn groups Before all of them had arr1ved I was
acutely conscrous of packages each one carrled They were prled hlgh on
the table of the coatroom alcove There had been a mrstake but where? I
groaned rnwardly Wrth a half conscrous mrnd and numb body I managed
scmehow to excuse myself for a few mtnutes I needed to collect my thoughts
rf that were possrble Iane a near and dear frrend followed me Once out
of the room I trred to garn control of myself Confused and stammerrng I
asked lane about the packages that they had all brought She only gulped
and looked at me wrde eyed
Well speak I nearly screamed What IS lt?
Drd you wrrte those 1nx1tat1ons'? she asked
Yes no well I mean yes I wrote one and Sue used rt to copy all the
others but what does that have to ao wrth those packages? I asked frantrcally
Plenty dear but you surely have strarghtened thrngs out for me now she
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For you? It I who ne a strarahtenma ou Tell Il e lane loetore I Ia1nt
dead Just what drd happen? I pleadea
Iust wa1t Ill aet mv purse I haa a hunch som th1nq was wrcna so I
arr1ed the 1nv1tat1on WI h me purposely to show 1t to you she sa1d
I read the 1nv1tat1on wh1ch was exactly as I had wr11ten 1t for Sue unt1l I
reached the last lrne It seemed to stard out boldly alone and read YOUR
PRESENTS WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
Everythrnq turned black IH front of me Farrly collaosrnq 1nto a chatr I
numbled No rt cant be Sue couldnt be so careless Cn second thought
I knew she could Everythmq Sue had ever wntten had to he proof read for
spellmq errors Besrdes who but Sue could WTIIQ Presents for Presence 'P
Ioan Lee Shrck
Oh beaunful lady of Novel There was a h1q hqht rn the hall
It IS true truly you that I love And 1t l1t every rnch ofthe wall
Please do not tarry But 1t went out
It me you Wlll marry And tl1e people d1d shout
Ch beaut1Iul lady of Novel Ch that great b1q l1qht 1n the halll
A lrttle old man of Noe Sa1d he to a trrend ot D1clc Tracy s
X1Vas r1d1nq the streets on a doe We ll meet at the corner ot Macy s
He laughed and he blurted He repl1ed All r1aht
I-Ie Cf19d and he tlxrted And they met that nrqht
That l1ttle old man of Noel Those wonderful tr1ends ot D1ck Tracy s
A lovely lady of Lore
Sard th1s as she walked the floor
What snall I do,
I can't count to two "
That lovelv lady ot Lore'
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I wake up rn the morruna At long last 1t s recess
And lump out of bed Frfteen mmutes free'
Get dressed m a hurry As we run down statrs
Whrle my thoughts race ahead It s cook1es and mtlk for me
My algebra s all done
My Englrsh rs too
The Latm and French
At one t1me I knew
At erght on the dot
I race out of the house
Recrtmg my French rules
Quret as a mouse
A few mmutes later
I m tn wrth Mrss Mack
And though I try hard
I get off the track
The next thrng IS study
CH' what a rel1ef
My Algebra s all done
Now off to Englrsh
Wlth a heart ltght and gay
As Mrss Moulton wtll f1nd out
I ll know Just what to say
The trme for French IS fast approachmg
And non Je ne parle pas
Nevertheless I can try
And rf I guess rrght hurrahl
Next Mrs Benson we see
For a vtsrt to anctent Rome
And when I try to conrugate
I sometrmes wrsh I were home'
That Just about covers everythmg
From seven to f1ve past one
And though 1t mrght sound menacmg
SO there s no more grtef It s really rust a lot of funl
THE MAGIC MIRROR
I was deeply mvolved rn a very mterestmg book when I seemed to get
drowsy The room now hazy to me seemed to drtft away except for the blg
mrrror on the opposrte srde of the room It became so b1g that I could easrly
walk through 1t As I was approachrng the mtrror I notrced a small knob
hke obtect near the edge of the mrrror As I took hold of the knob the nurror
to 'ny surprrse opened After hesrtatmg a moment I fmally dectded to walk
through What I saw was a long corrrdor lmed w1th rambow colored marble
columns on both srdes leadrng mto a garden
After I walked through the long corrrdor I came mto the garden The garden
was a mass of every color of the rambow blended rn wrth strll more There
was a l1ttle path gomg through the garden whrch I of course drd not hesrtate
to take As I walked along I saw the beaut1ful contrast of the colorful flowers
and the powder blue sky spotted wrth fluffy whrte clouds In the mrddle of
the garden there was a beautlful fountam whose spray seemed to fall hke
feathers frorn the clouds above The sun shmmg through the fountarn spray
formed a rambow whrch seemed hke a gleamrng halo towerlng above the
As I sat on the bench near the fountarn rt seemed as rf fames dressed ln
the colors of the rambow were dancmg about the fountam The flowers en
chanted as they seemed appeared to be smrlmg and noddmg to each other
rn the balmy breeze As everythmg began to blur I remember walkmg
through the long corrrdor agam
When I opened my eyes I drd not see the beauttful garden any more but
only my room wrth the mrrror now 1ts orrgmal srze reflectrng back an tmage
of rne m my charr noldtng a book The book I had been readtng was The
Land of the Rambow
Barbara lean Cross
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AN IMPATIENT WAIT WELL REWARDED
I wcs feel1ng very sorry for myself I had cancelled my plans to go skattng
rn order to accompany mother and daddy to the statlon to meet Aunt Ethel
and Uncle Ioe
We were stand1ng tn front of the La Salle Street Statron bulletrn board watttng
for the announcer to tell us when the tram from New York was due The longer
we wa1ted the less I was able to comprehend the meanmg of the whole thtng
Why were mother and daddy so excrted and why was 1t so rmportant thrs
trme that I be along? Aunt Ethel and Uncle loe were grand people We al
ways have lots of fun when they are v1s1t1ng us but they were planmng to
stay wtth us for two weeks so all thts rush and fuss to meet the tram seemed
utterly uncalled for as far as I was concerned
We found we had nearly an hour to spare so I trred amusrng myself for a
t1me watchtng the throng of people walktng along lelsurely and chattrng garly
whrle others rushed by IH an effort to make thetr own tra1n
Presently the statton clock told us our WGII was nearly over so we agaln
anxlously scanned the oulletln board Oh' I groaned aloud when I read the
tram was frfteen mtnutes late What a ftfteen mrnutes that proved to bel It
seemed longer than the f1rst hour
Durrng thts trme tne announcer chalked up the track on wh1ch the tram
would arrlve We rushed to the gate to wa1t The tram came rolhng 1nto the
trarnshed and slowly to a standstlll The excrtement I generally experxence
w1th the arrrval of a great tram was completely lackrng th1s t1me I couldnt
share my parents enthuslasm In fact I was bew1ldered at thetr anrmatron
Suddenly w1th a start but w1th such a warmth of feellng I heard mother
exclalm There he comes there he IS' I turned qu1ckly to look and I couldnt
bel1eve my eyes Wrthout further word I was through the gate at top speed
nearly knocktng over people and baggage as I tore along Iohn lohn why
drdnt they tell me? Oh lohnl Half crylng half laughmg I threw myself rn
hts arms Nothrng matters now After one year my brother Iohn was home
My long wa1t was nchly rewarded
loan Lee Shtck
A CHILD S PRAYER
Now I lay me down to sleep Please keep my mommy and daddy
And pray the Lord my soul to keep And my ltttle s1ster Patty
These are the words of a l1ttle chrld And God please make me be good
Wrth a sweet vo1ce so mtld And be ntce as I should
So sweetly ends the chlld s prayer
Whose ltttle heart 1S free from care
And so to God she may pray
For a happy world day by day
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ONE FLFETING MOMENT
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All lS fa1r 1n love and war But IS all falr IU war? You see and hear names
lrke Bataan or Corregldor and read of battles be1ng fought 1n Europe Then
you read the names of hundreds no thousands of men who left the1r homes
to frght and who wrll never return
Gaz1ng at the plctures of war torn countr1es you see the bew1ldered faces
of chlldren looklng unseemgly at the bOd19S of the1r parents and the rulns of
the1r homes Why d1d thls happen to them? What wrong had they done?
Old people ltvlng peacefully ID tmy vrllages or thnvrng CIIIGS suddenly are
thrown 1nto the r1s1ng t1de of war Where should they go? Whom should
they trust? There IS no place to go nor could they trust anyone for every
where death has reaped IIS gnm harvest Young mlnds were shaped to follow
the precept of Krll or be kllled Men once halled as great for the1r mven
IIODS for the advancement of humanlty now plotted to destroy 1t Beautlful
and h1stor1c works of art now standmg 1n rurns are v1s1ble ev1dence of war s
Chlldren were born and bred wrth the rdea that Mlght makes r1ght and
that they had mlght Because of them who beheved that all manklnd suffers
Other men who knew thls to be wrong went to f1ght for the1r 1deals Boys who
had been carefree and gay return young 1n years but old 1n m1nd and sp1r1t
As long as there are people hke Hltler on thls earth there must also be men
who bel1eve 1n and fxght for the Golden Rule Do unto others as you would
have others do unto you The hard won lesson that thts war has taught must
not recede from our COHSCIOUSUGSS The many men who gave the1r lrves w1ll
not have g1ven them 1n va1n
We w1ll not forget them nor the1r 1deals 1deals whlch must govern our
THE OUTSIDE WORLD
Have you looked at the outslde world
At leaves and sucks the wmd has twrrled
At the calmness of the water on a clear warm
Or the rlsmg of the sun casting 1ts l1g 'P
l-Iave you seen the waves so green and blue
Tosslng tumbllng YOll1Ck1flq too?
Have you seen the flowers so small so gay
Have you seen the sky very blue and gray?
lt makes me feel loyous and tree
Thzs country ns the one for me
A frxendly smxle a gun your way
The warm clasp of a hand
The clear vo1ce of SIHCGTIIY
A bell hke laugh that s grand
The tones of understandmg
That remam ln every mood
The ever mlssmg Jealousy
The love of brotherhood
The face may be clear and well featured
Or ruddy and freckled no end
But no matter how blended the afore mentxoned traxts
PM I Etshokm Can only make a frxend
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Where else rn the world rs there a land as werrd and fascrnatrng as that
of Egypt? It gave us CHEOPS the Greek name for Khufu second krng of the
fourth dynasty Egypt who lrved about 2700 B C and burlt the great pyramrd
that bears hrs name lt was burlt as a tomb and shows remarkable engrneerrng
skrll Egyptran tradrtron reported by Herodotus states that Cheops employed
one hundred thousand persons for twenty years at forced labor to burld the
pyramrd But the real fascrnatron of the structure IS the rncredrble story behrnd rt
As Cheops grew older he became very rll and dred A spectacular ceremony
took place and the mummrfred body of Cheops was forever placed rn hrs tomb
I say FOREVER because the pyramrd was constructed rn such a way that as
soon as the marn block was slrpped rn place the tomb was forever sealed
Close your eyes and rrnagrne thrs hugh block berng shoved rnto place for
ever sealrng Cheops and hrs fabulous wealth Wrthout a doubt there was not
a srngle person there who could possrbly concerve the strange events to come
Thousands of years passed and centunes laters Egypt fell under the rule
of a tyrannrcal and money mad krng After he had collected as much as he
could of EQYDiS wealth he suddenly remembered the amazrng storres of
fabulous rrches enclosed rn the tomb of Cheops He became rntent upon
openrng the tomb and securrng the treasure
One of the krng s frrends a mrnrster was rnformed of the krng s plot and
trred rn varn to drssuade hrm The krng rn hrs eagerness and anxrety ordered
ten thousand slaves to perform what seemed a superhuman task After frve
long years of work the pyramrd was opened and the krng and hrs mrnrster
stood rnsrde a tomb whrch had been sealed for a thousand years
lvfomentarrly the Krng s passron for gold was drmmed rn hrs desrre to see
Cheops mummy Open the casket he ordered the mrnrster As the mrnrs
ter drd so both men recorled rn horror for the mummy was gone' Yes although
no one had ever been known to enter the tomb and there was no srgn of any
drsturbance anywhere the tomb was empty an unexplarnable story rncred
rble but true
As the world regarns rts happrness
As chrldren gay wrll srng
As domrnatrng powers cease
A branch the peace dove wrll brrrg
A peaceful world for one and all
A bel wrth lrberty rung
A prosperous land a happy neart
Wrth equalrty clearly sung
Yes rrs rs the land of all cur drearns
The land of golden ear h
The land where farrest freedom s chrld
Can proudly clarm rs brr h
The autumn leaves are turnrng and dropprng to the ground
Therr many colors of green and red and brown
Are fallrng and are gorng and wrll never more appear
Trll summer hrrngs them back agarn to be wrth us next year
The wrnd wrll carry hen' so very far away
That therr trarts wrll be hrdden for many a wrnter day
And as they re gone and forgotten by each and everyone
Im surre we ll all be nappy when summer has once more come
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I am a telephone operator rn the c1ty ot Chrcago It IS a very large c1ty
and many many calls come rn and go out on my swltch board One of these
many calls proved to be most terntymg 1n 1lS 1mpl1cat1ons
About tour oclock one afternoon a suburban number call came through
and the man asked me to cut rn and tell h1m when h1s Ive mlnutes were up
When I opened the key to let hrm know that h1s t1'ne was up thrs rs what I
Out damned spot' out Isay One two why then t1s tlme to do rt Hell
know 1t when none can call our power to account? Yet who would have
thought the old man to have had so much blood rn h1m'P
Well th1s was what I heard but 1t was enough for me I polrtely rnlormed
the speaker that h1s trve mrnutes were up As soon as he had hung up I
traced the call and tnen phoned the pollce
VVIIIIIII a tew moments they were at h1s house and had hrm 1n the patrol
wagon gomg down to the statlon Then the desk sergeant at the statlon called
me down to tell what I had heard Later that evenmg I went down and was
I surprlsed to flnd the pollce holdmg Maurlce Evans the great Shakespearean
actor We got 1t all strarghtened out then And was my face red when I learned
that he had been recltmg a part from Macbeth I r a producer
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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
Helen Ann Harwood
Mary Lane Otstatt
Presrdent lane Beaver
Mary Lou Sears
Vrce Presrdent Betsey Ross
Secretary Pat Pateydl
Treasurer Mary Loulse Sears
Athletrc Rep Betty Mullholland
Colors Fern Green and Yellow
Flower Yellow Tea Rose
Motto Toll Conquers All Thrnqs
OUR MOTTO WITH APOLOGIES TO SCOTT
School of the North' whose prarses long were sung
Beneath the elrns that shade the Faulkner sprrnq
As down the hall thy happy tudents swlnq
Whlr envlou other chocl do round us lrnq
Mutllrnq therr vcrces whlle we srnq
O Faulkner School sttll must thy tatth we keep
Mrd ru thnq books and chrldren rnurrnurrnq
Strll rnu t therr weetest sounds to all hearts leap
And lord a arrl to srnr e Thxs be our motto deep'
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Thts afternoon I had absolutely nothmg to do and as I found my thoughts
rather sttthng I began brows1ng through the newspaper Fmally tn sheer
desperatxon I read the Personal Column l m1ght add that readrng the per
sonals always leaves me w1th a gullty teehng s1m1lar to that whtch one ex
perlences when readmg other people s mall whlch ot course I never do But
I reasoned after all I am a human bemg too and wtth a farr amount ot ac
quatntances Who can tell? Perhaps today there w1ll be a message espectally
for me-and at th1s po1nt I had v1s1ons ot some bashful handsome young
man pounng out h1s heart to me IH the personals Now I ask you would 1t be
the decent thtng for me to neglect h1s attenttons and throw the paper astde all
because of a deltcate consc1ence'? OI course not so I plcked up the paper and
half expected to ttnd a message To Pat
After havmg tucked my consclence away I really began emoytng the mes
sages There were many and each one seemed to have a personaltty of tts
own My rmagtnatton Jotned 1n the fun and soon we were workxng together
p ctunng poor Btll who says Ill love you always obvtously a desperate
lover And Paul whose questron What do you th1nk you are do1ng'? brought
when all of a sudden the name Vlolet caught my eye and the message ' Frank
Why dont you wr1te'P Vrolet
Poor Vtoletl my thoughts were beg1nn1ng to take on a vtolet hue Poor V1oletl
how pathettc she sounded' I lmagtned her surrounded by her ttfteen chtldren
rmplonng her good for nothxng galhvantrng husband or I saw the young dam
sel asktng her lover to come back I saw m1ll1ons of Vlolets each one more
mtserable than the other Poor shrtnklng Vtolet Wrll she ever have the
answer to the auestton and Just why hasnt he WIIITGTI7 Obvtously 1t s a man
because well that tact IS obvtous to my 1mag1nat1on anyway I wonder how
long tt has been smce she had heard
Rtght tn the mtddle of th1s thought the doorbell rang and 1oy of 1oysl lt was
the ma1lman I ptcked up the mall and eagerly searched through the pack for
the letters wrth the Mtss on them Oh IIVG ot them three ntce bulky letters and
two cards Ltfe IS wonderfull Perhaps 1t was the shade of hrs lnk but Just as
I began readtng that rnuch desrred speclal letter I couldnt help thtnktng for
one httle mtnute Poor V1oletl
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Outstandmg feature Cute
Outstandmg feature Fmesse
Noted for Havmg fun
Noted for Her smrle
Outstandrng feature Colormg
Noted for Bemg a true fnend
Personalrty Good natured
Outstandmg feature Red hau
Noted for Good sportsmanshrp
Outstandmg feature Vorce
Noted for Bemg frank
Outstanding feature Her serenlty
Noted for Her exotlc hp stuck
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Noted for Her nephew
Outstandmg feature Ammatton
Noted for Falllng down
Outstandmg feature Sweet smlle
HELEN ANN HARWOOD
Outstandmg feature Her laughter
Noted for Bemg a model
Outstandmg feature Hair
Noted for Her facial expressxon
Outstanding feature Brown eyes
Noted for Bexng a wrllmg ard
Noted for: Piano playing
Personality Subdued garety
Outstanding feature Long halr
Noted for Freckles
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MARY LOU OTT T : xp 11,74
Nrckname Mary -9' W
Personality Happy ,469 fybypc
Outstanding feature Optimism C,
Noted for Smcerxty
Outstandrng feature Chma blue eyes
L9 Noted for Gary
PATRICIA PATEI DL
Outstanding feature: Arguing
Noted for: Playing piano
Outstandrng feature Ar
Noted for Originality
MARY LOU SEARS
Nickname Mary Lou
Outstandrng feature Complexron
Noted for Her cute ways
Personaltty Happygo lucky
Outstandmg feature Bemg tnendly
Noted for The way she wrmkles
Outstandmg feature Her eyes
Noted for Her poetry
THE SILVER LINING
The sun was Just r1s1ng IH the East spreadlng 1ts rays over the beautlful lake
A small boat was sa1l1ng along smoothly blown by a northwest breeze Sud
denly a large black cloud settled around the lake covertng 1t as though some
one had Just placed a large tunnel on 1t leav1ng the lrttle boat ln the rnlddle
The sun was hxdden beneath the black blanket and the calm lake was berng
churned 1nto ragmg waves The llttle sh1p steered for shore and as 1t was
anchored the storm struck wlth all tts force Then as qulckly as 1t had corne
the storrn ceased the sun shone and all was beauutul once more
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lrfe aqarn He was so determrned to ao that he came to the conclusron that
he would not tell any of hrs frrends of whom he had many He would not
sav anythrna even to Berr Ford whom he had known srnce they were boys
They were the best of frrends
Carefully but hurrredly he packed hrs belonqrnas Leslre s plan was that
he would ao up to a small cabrn rn Canada He had never been there for rt
had been left to hrm by an uncle who had dred many years before Leslre
was trred of leadrnq a socral lrfe and wanted to be shut off from everythrnq
and be alone where he would not have to see people
About frve hours later he was ready to leave hrs home The date at thrs
trme was September ll l933 No one was lrvrnq wrth hrm and as he had no
servants there was no one to tell where he was qornq wrth two trunks and a
ZX week later Leslre arrrved rn Mountpornt the nearest town to hrs cabrn He
went rnto a store and asked the proprretor Could you possrbly tell me where
the Roberts cabrn rs?
Fortunately the man knew and replred Why yes rts about a hundred
twenty mrles from here but what do you want to qo there for? You know no
Leslre rqnored hrs questron and asked What road do I take?
Oh' you Just keep rrqht on thrs road srr replred the storekeeper
Leslre thanked hrm walked out qurckly so that no more questrons would be
asked tor he had no rntentron ot makrnq frrends rn Canada
lt took hrm about srx hours to get there for rt was even further than the man
rn the store had sard
The cabrn turned out to be a very convenrent cabrn and Just what he had
hoped rt would be Here he lrved for many years only seerrrq people when
he had to ao rnto town to get supplres about once every two or three months
Leslre found a parr of skrs whrch hrs uncle had left there He spent most of
hrs trme rn the wrnter skrrnq about the country srde He became an expert
skrer and would sometrmes go to a resort about a hundred mrles from hrs home
Just to watch the races
One wrnter he aecrded he would enter one of the races When the day of
the races carrfe re had no rdea that he would come rn frrst He was not pre
pared when a reporter of a paper rn Chrcaao took hrs prcture and then asked
hrm all the usual auestrons
one has lived there for years and there are no other houses for miles around."
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Valene Bucr Sl au
Sanda Lou Cross
Nancy Lee lackson
Carolrne La Pxne
Nola Carol Wllllams
Pat 1 ra Lawsor
Presrdent Mar1lyn Muslck
VICE Presldent Patrrcra Lawson
Secretary Treasurer Ann Herenoleen
Athletlc Representatlve Alzada Carltsle
Flowers Amencan Beauty Roses
Colors Arnerlcan Beauty Red and S1lver Gray
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Another fict sunirner day was Just beginning when it iittle :,cy, clad in faded
blue overalls, and a dog, white wztli brown spots, began to climb the hill to
the railroad tracks. This wasn't an uncommon Jauzzt, for since the first day
of summer they had done this every morning. lt was giotter than ever today
and the boy was panting as much as the dog by the time they reached the
top of the hill. They walked beside the tracks toward the station for a long
time in silence. Then the boy began to chant tunelessly to himself. He did
this every day remarking about the weather the grass the trees the houses
the people everything he saw The dog trotted contentedly at his heels His
devotion was unbounding He walked along like his every summer day and
in the winter when the snow wasnt too deep could always be found at the
gate waiting for the little toy to come nome from school
Today didn t s em to be any different from the rest except that it was hotter
but the boy felt the usually friendly windows of the houses staring angrily at
him in the blazing sun By the time they reached tae cool shade of the station
the mood had changed and the boy forgot about tie Feeling
He took his accustomed post at the door of the little station and waited for
the first freight with untiring anticipation The rain was late and when it
finally came it didnt have as many brown boxes as usual but the engineer
waved to him as the men patted the dog and the boy felt chills run up and
down his spine as the long train pulled out of the station The next train came
along soon afterward and had a wonderful array of brown boxes The bov
watched eagerly as the men loaded and unloaded and while they worked
he suddenly wanted to have something of his own to put on the train and take
off when it came in again He felt in his pockets nothing but a ball of string
and a much chewed rubber ball His roving glance suddenly fell on the dog
ly ng quietly at his feet lust the thlngl He could imagine how much fun it
would be to see his pal hop eagerly off the train into his arms This was Just
like his toy railroad at home The train would leave the station CIO round the
track and come back again With no fear or hesitancy he took a worn rope
from around the dog s neck and pushed the reluctant puppy into the n arest
He tCIC1 Just turned away when the men came down the line shutting
the big doors The train puiled out and the toy feeling tr e delightful s J r
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GALOSHES AND THE WOMAN
A young man was Just leavrng a nrce lookrng red br1ck hous He left by
the back lawn gate and stood 1U the alley for a few rnlnutes carefully ap
pratsmg the house There were four porch w1ndows on the frrst floor whrch
Venetran blmds covered two bedroom wmdows on the second floor The
cellar wmdows boasted ga1ly flowered curtatns whrch concealed the VIOVN
of a very modern game room The young man knew the tnterror of the
house well from the lrnoleum floor of the game room to the carpeted stalr case
whrch ushered you down from the second floor through the front door more
aurckly than you could say Open the door lm comtng through The door
leadmg down to the game room usually stuck and usually 1t was much eas1er
to go downstarrs 1nto the room than to come up
The young man walked down the alley to the boulevard and caught a bus
gorng down town He got off and walked over to the Un1on Statron The
clerk at the trcket booth was asked by th1s young man about the rates and
trmes of trams gomg to San Francrsco He bought two t1ckets for a fast nrght
tram leavtng for Cal1forn1a that nrght at ll 55
After makrng hrs purchases he crossed the street and ordered a cup of coffee
at the Unton Restaurant He was exceedtngly nervous The words Mayb
lm domg the wrong thrng kept raclng through hrs head He went over hts
carefully made plans Got to have a car wartmg 1n the alley at ll OU P M
Mustnt forget ladder Just 1n case Cant m1ss any deta1l
Paymg the check he walked over to a telephone booth and draled a number
A telephone rn the red brrck house rang
Hello Iul1e'? Thrs IS Roy l checked the t1me tables and we can get a fast
tratn to San Francrsco at ll 55 tonrght
l hope you got everythlng stratght Roy l ve got my surtcase packed The
G1lberts are commg over to play bndge tomght They ll be rn the game room
lll complarn of a headache and go up starrs Oh here comes Eddre now l ll
have to run Good bye dear
Eddte came 1nto lulles room and sat on the bea He was an lnquts tue
youngster who had Just passed the age of ten very cute but very mtellrgent
Who were you talkmg to lul1e'? he asked l bet rt was Roy l l1ke Rox
He glves me a quarter every t1me he comes over l l1ke Roy Wrth these
words Edd1e was shooed out of the room
At srxthlrty the Gtlberts arrtved wlth thelr two notsy chrldren All went
down to the game room as was antrcrpated and the annual bndge was started
About ten thrrty lulre complarned of a splrttmg heaaache and went up to her
room She wa1ted for about a half hour for the car whrle she kept on saymg
to herself ln an hour lll be Mrs Roy Rayburn ind nobody w1ll know unttl
She looked out the wtndow and saw the wartxng car The future bnde
pulled on her hat and coat grabbed her sultcase and auretly trptoed down the
statrcase and out the door She was half way ac oss the back lawn when
Eddre came runnmg out
lulre he crred Mamma wants to know 1f you packed your ubbers
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THE HORSE WITH A CHARACTER
Re utatton s what people thrnk vou are ch racter has tc do wttr what vou
really are Tfus storv ls about a horse wrtle a tarac er and s 1ou1d 1 ave l ttl
to O Vvnh lle ft7Dl.4lGlAGll GA Tfly gfgxi GT except LTI ho S
reputatron was rather wrdely known
A lady frorn the ne1qhbor1nq town was ve y specrt c rn outlrrnna the type ot
horse she wanted and arnona the cnaracterrstrcs she most ernphasrzed a
horse of character was the rna1n requ1s1te As usual rny qrandfather had that
very horse of course the pnce was twrce the regular charqe because th1s was
a horse of character lt so happened that th1s horse had been sold three tunes
ID as rnany weeks and each trme the owner had turned hun hack as undesrr
able but each tune rny grandfather had reahzed a srzable proht throuqh the
The trrst t1n1e he was sold as a buqqy horse but never havtna had much
experrence 1n that fteld tne horse developed an nnrnedrate tendency to balk
The new owner betnq a rnan ot rnqenurty exhausted all of the trred rnethoas
ot currnq balktna horses but to no avarl F1nally sorneone suqqested the aqe
old method of burldtnq a hre under the horse and sure enouqh the horse
walked Just tar enouqh ahead to set the buQIQY on t1re
The next week the hor e was sold as a clnld s horse because hts d1spos1t1on
seemed beycnl re vroach My arandtather had ta1led to tell the ooy s father
'hat th1s horse t ad tl e annoytna halett ot brttna srnall chtldren espec1a1ly be IS
The nex curc aser aa a horse very srrrular tn app ar 1nce to tt1s horse
cn destred 1rn as 1 rnate t torn a rnatched tearn Hrs ortly rernark on re
turruna the horse w 1 s tnat he belreved hrrn to be a lone wolt My aranatather
Now returruna to the lady t tat des1red a horse of charar ter my arandtather
was nonco'nrn1tal except to assure the lady that the horse had a nnnd of h1s
own and was chuck full ol tdea., whtch rf properly tralned would rnake a
horse the envy ot her netartbors All ot th detal s c how th1s horse wa
tratned a d the rr r rt t C ountf tarr next Sffltlfj ll N 11cl1 rnv arandtat er
raa entered h s best hfrse 1 d the c aarrn wlnc ntv aranatather sutterea
when th1s well rnf nr r d lor c ot c tarac er cr we 111 hrst r1aaen ry Y'1O"1Q o'her
1a'1 tn adf e hue hazy wrth une My ar1r1d at er s rred unse
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STRANGER IN THE HOUSE
lt was a peaceful town and nothrng really excrtrng ever happened there
Ienny Rrchards and her mother had hved rn thrs town for many years lt was
a haven from the confus1on norse and unhapprness of the btg crty Ienny s
parents had separated when she was very young and her mother had taken
rn boarders to help send Ienny through college Now Ienny was engaged to
The sky was laden wrth heavy clouds lrke a forebodrng Ienny left for work
early that mornlng About noon she called up her mother but as lenny heard
her mother speakrng over the phone she knew somethlng was wrong The
vorce wh1ch came out of the recerver whrch Ienny was holdlng had a nervous
frrghtened arr trytng to be covered up by a false calm Ienny begged her
nnother to tell her what was wrong but her mother kept on talkrng about tr1v1al
matters never answerrng the g1rls pleas lust before she hung up Ienny
heard her say l ll see you at the usual trrne frve o clock Ienny
Then she reahzed that her mother must be troubled by somethtng for Ienny
never arrlved home t1ll srx thrrty She began to worry and then she prcked up
the phone agaln and called the number of D1ck her france He reassured her
that nothrng could be wrong yet she strll d1d not feel at ease
At frve oclock she walked up the steps of the1r home It looked quret as
ever As she cauttously opened the door walked rn and started to call her
mother a strange volce called behrnd her Your mother s 1n the k1tchen
Ienny lt was a rnan s vorcel Ienny spun around and found herself stand1ng
face to face wrth a n1ce lookrng well dressed man She stood there not knowlng
what to do or say How dld he know her name?
Another vorce called behtnd her Thls trme the famrlrar vorce of her mother
whtch had regarned tts usual calm She sard Ienny I want you to meet our
new boarder Mr Smrth
He looked at Ienny and smrled l suppose you re wonderrng how l knew
your name Your mother has been tellmg me about you I couldnt help
knowrng you were lenny
She felt much better now but strll she sensed that sorrtethrng was berng kept
from her There had been no explanatlon of her mother s rnysterlous manner
over the phone and that Mr Smrth there was sornethrng about htm Thoughts
such as these raced through lennys mrnd As she was about to go to bed
she heard votces ID the hall It was her mother and Mr Smrth Qutetly she
opened the door and trred to catch part of the low hushed conversatlon She
ould hear only thrs 'Not yet lt 1snt trme She may f1nd out Make
What could 1t mean?
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She could stand the mystery no longer Each day became more and more
tense and uneasy for her Che had to ftnd out what was behtnd the dark
curtatn surroundtng the1r strange boarder He seemed to frt 1nto a frame ln
her mrnd but the name of the p1cture remamed unknown
That rugnt the votces came from the hvtng room Tonrght she must fmd out'
As she walked aown the statrs that same votce called to her the one she had
heard on that day not so long ago Thts trme rt satd lenny we ve declded
to tell you what thts IS all about
Then at last she drscovered what had been drsturbmg her thoughts 1n such
an oddly aggravatmg way for the mystery was solved and the curtam fell
w1th these words Ienny lve been searchmg for happrness for many years
and now lve regamed tt at last You see I made a b1g m1stake but lm gomg
to make up for 1t because lve found what lve wanted for so long wrfe and
daughter lm your father Ienny
GOD S COUNTRY
Montana the land that s w1ld and free
Wrth the tumbhng stream and the evergreen tree
The mountatns stately the snow so Whlte
That only the gods could make by thetr mrght
The cook house at mght wrth 1ts yellow lrght shmmg
The punchers come 1n for a good meal they re ptnmg
Tnere s chtcken on Sunday fpass that platell
And a dance at the school don t be late
The cattle mtll round bedded down for the nrght
The stars are out and shmmg so brrght
A cowboy IS s1ng1ng a sad cowboy song
For hrs l1fe IS so lonely the ntghts are so long
Then the sun blazes up tn tts splendor and glory
Lrke a f1ery red ball rn a fatry book story
Get out of your sack 1t s a quarter to srxl
bhouts the cook wlth a roar and starts breakfast to hx
A v tld horse runs wtth the speed ofthe wmd
A cowboy s rope then the fun begms
The saddle s screwed on then watch her buck
bvery rrta s ou tot y hrs own luck
Tnen lde all day rrde far and wtde
Cn your old c yuse for there s cattre to gutde
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Why IS your mtrrque so great?
Your aood looks remaln a mystery
Bu' v1th me you ye a , ermanent da e
fvncrs exn tan
I s rrred fro'n a ventures n le moon
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ACIIOUS pe lc louder th n Jords
I star ed s udymg vlgorously
But my prayers wen unheard
And the r d c rm' ced at 'ne
I-low 1ron1L was rny book'
A clock was str1k1ng twe y o clock
I crouched deeper 1n my nook
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HHAPSODY IN THE RAIN
I consrder myself a very patrent guy but when I got a call from the Crty
Edrtor to wnte up a dead composer on my day off patrence went up rn a brg
puff of steam Out of twenty lazy reporters he has to p1clc me the lazrest of them
all Not that my day off rs cluttered wrth socral events unless you cons1der
srttrng on a bench rn Central Park wrth a bag of peanuts an event Anyway
when I hear Srmon Legree drshrna out the work I know thrs rs QOIDQ to be qurte
a day and that rs the grossest understatement on whrch I ever banged a type
Upon closer examrnatron of the matter the composer turns out to be a Steven
son Crandall who played rn Carneg1e Hall or some place once and got bumped
off rn a plane crash rn the bad lands of Montana My own personal oprnron
of the ass1gnment so far can be summed up very nrcely IU two words So
what? So l get an address over rn Greenwrch Vrllage grab a cab and gaze
drsrnterestedly out at the drsrnterested world So what?
After huntlng around for ten rnmutes for thls partxcular garret my mood was
far from mellow and after a short conversatron wlth some lawyer who probably
never even saw the guy rn whrch I was told that There wrll be no statement
for the present at thrs t1me I was presented w1th another address and told to
beat rt all very polrtely of course
I wended my merry way to a house ID the Grammercy Park dlstrrct whrch was
supposed to be Crandall's boyhood home It was dark, ugly, and very empty
I dutrfully pushed the doorbell for the requrred number of pushes and was about
to shuffle on back to the offrce when a lrttle old lady appeared on the porch
beh1nd me and demanded to know what I thought I was dorng
In splte of the hostrle glare of thrs mrnrature Wh1stler's Mother, I remembered
my own grey hatred parent back rn Kansas and removed my hat wrth a flourlsh
I begged her pardon and rnqurred as to who should lrve here and why they
d1dn't She contrnued to glare but frnally came across wrth a few muttered
phrases that amounted to the fact that the house was empty and to go away
and mrnd my own busrness Nothrng pleases me more than a good knock down,
drag out argument, so I stayed rrght where I was and proceeded to get a story
The ra " ac ' at me The hours 1-:ent o tie 3--
Ifl irc 'c wa' I ry book! I was lcst nn a whirl f r :nance
A c' c - 1 nl tw Ive oclccky I e e I Q e e ,ec fly,
Q c e rn r. .cck. B t ne e u t a dance.
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For all good chrldren were sleeping Twas late at nrght and homework time
l.'Vell, I'll get tc ll. C 'J t Free. S B , 2: rave slippel ' t List,
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here and knows all the famrly skeletons by therr frrst names Lrttle Stevre s paoo
was a famous pranrst and Composer long before my trm wh ch accounts for
my never havrng heard of hrm ertner I unluckrlv mentroned that I was not
famrlrar wrtl hrs works and nearly rost my gloomy frrend If she hadnt lrked
me before thrs drdnt help any But I drd a lrttle fast talkrng and she contrnued
the tale over a cup of coffee 'r the hamburger Jornt on the corner
Papa took hrs work very serrously and drdnt leave nrs prano for weeks at a
trme Isle frnally wrote one symphony too many and was found by a mard dead
one sunny mornrng By thrs trme our Stevre was gettrng too rnterested rn the
scale to surt mamma who thought lawyers lrve longer and the prano was locked
and the key tossed rn the East Rrver A dramatrc enough gesture to rate the
front page of my very own paper But thrs drdn t drscourage the rntended lawyer
who broke open the prano and loudly proclarmed hrs rrghts by playrng The
Moonlrght Sonata off key but vehemently enough to brrng the famrly runnrng
from all drrectrons As they carted the rll fated rnstrument away young Mr
Crandall went on record as sayrng that he would play and nothrng or nobody
could stop hrm I-Ie was presented wrth a new brcycle and rt was hoped that
he would forget hrs vrolent declaratrons When he was twenty and the brcycle
was collectrng dust rn the attrc he ran away to Greenwrch Vrllage and was
promptly drsrnherrted by hrs rrate famrly
The only one that kept up wrth hrm after that was hrs devoted frrend ad
mrrer and ex nursemard Mrs Becker by name By thrs trme Mrs B s glare
was reduced to a scowl and although she wasn t any too fond of me the coffee
was hot and the story obvrously her favorrte
The young man worked hard and success was strll not rn vrew by hrs
twenty frfth brrthday However he had not lost hrs ambrtron and pursued fame
as relentlessly as ever I-Ie frnally drd play rn Carnegre Hall but not hrs own
work she thought rt was Gershwrn and that was the peak of hrs career
After that he drove the would be musrcrans rn hrs block to desparr by playrng
wrldly all nrght and lettrng hrs coffee borl over whrle he walked by the rrver
all day seekrng rnsprratron from rts murky depths lThrs was a sentence from
the frnrshed story as I saw rt rn my mrnds eyel Naturally hrs health wasnt
arded by thrs exrstence and he broke down and wrote to an uncle who had a
ranch rn Montana I-Irs remorseful relatrve sent a check and a trcket for the
plane trrp whrch halted hrs guest for renown rndefrnrtely
There was srlence for a couple of mrnutes and I thoughtfully pard the check
lsometrrnes I forgetl and ushered my unwrllrng benefactress out rnto a bleak
shower As we hurrred past the nouse where we had met I stopped rn my
tracks as rf Id been shot but she kept walkrng slowly down the street
There was the sound of musrc comrng from the house crashrng chords and
desolate melody Unmrstakably someone was playrng a prano rn there I
hurrred on and caught up wrth the old lady roughly grasped her arm and
shouted above the norse of the storm Theres someone playrng rn there' I
thought you sard the house was empty
I turned and looked back Her answer was low
It rs she sard
I couldnt belreve my ears I whrrled toward her The street was empty as
far as I could see
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Webster s drctlonary deflnes a telephone as an mstrument for reproductng
ounds especrally arttculate speech at a dtstance However a telephone
can also very well be descnbed as a devrce for detectrng or betrayrng a per
son s character Shall we delve 1nto the telephonrc mood?
Let us rrnagrne a quret peaceful sleeprng household contentedly settled
down for the nrght Warm bed soft mattress pleasant dream Then a
shrrll long drstance phone r1ng an uncomfortable awakenlng a toe stubbed
on the bed a dazed look at the clock a sudden leelmg ot panrc and the bare
looted trot to the phone whrch has meanwhlle drsturbed Jumor who 1S yelltng
hrs head off Grandma suftertng worse than ever from 1nsomn1a and the
mrssus fatlgued from the day s work A cheery votce greets us
Hello Irml How s thrngs old man? Thts IS Fred Well l trnally got here
pal Really parnted New York red tonrghtll Back here at the hotel now and
you ll never guess who s here wrth mel' My old college pal Iohn Doubleday
Heh heh haven t seen htm rn years have you? Drdn t you meet h1m at Frankre
Kerr s party back rn May? Oh boy that was some party Irm wasnt rt? Heh
heh never torget that one' Say I ran rnto Sally the other day She s really
lookrng neat boy Remember the rnght we all went to the Saratoga Club to
gether? We went to Sprke s after that one drdn t we? Oh we really had some
fun then I1ml' Heh heh remember when And on and on
Then there rs the person who thrnks that all there IS to do ln the world 1S play
guessmg games In the mrddle ot an lmportant errand the phone r1ngs
ls Pauhne there?
Thrs IS Paullne speakrng
H11 How re you?
Frne thank you how are you?
Oh swell I bet you don t even know who th1s rs'
Well as a matter ot fact l dont Who 1S rt?
Don t you even recognrze my vorce?
No l dont Who IS rt?
Oh Just take one guess
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ls rt Ioanne Mrchaels?
Uh uh Really lm rnsulted Are you sure you dont know?'
And on and on
A person who talks conttnually almost wrthout let up all day IS another
rnconsrderate vrolator ot the common courtesres connected wrth the telephone
No matter how often or how long you call the number you always get the
busy stgnal lt anythrng really rmportant ever came up rt would be very
unfortunate tor some people are Just natural born Jabberers and nothrng wtll
stop them day or nrght
A person who uses the telephone to arsplay h s perverted sense ot humor
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employed by one of these iokers is the hang-up variation. You answer the
phone, and after the usual "Hello" the party on the other end hangs up, no
doubt feeling very pleased with his little joke. A high grade of intelligence is
displayed in this case,
Another provoking specimen of bad manners is interrupting a conversation
with someone and starting a conversation with someone in the same room
with you. lt is particularly annoying to a business man to have his secretary
announce that so-and-so's secretary is on the wire, and that soeand-so wants
to speak to him. Then, after breaking short a conversation with someone in
the office, or perhaps leaving some important work, he is told by so-and-so's
secretary to hold the wire please while so and so becomes engaged in a con
versation with another ofhce worker or even on another telephone
These are iust a few of the many many telephone d1scourtes1es which we
meet daily By Just think ng of them as we go about our days telephoning
and noticing how bad they really are when we hear other people commit
them we shall create better impressions over the phone and be a better
mannered people al a ourid
MY HERO RETURNS
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My hear is 1 ed wi V glee
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W ihs ineup ri 'ri mc t e
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BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY
Hans was a Pennsylvanla Dutchman He llved IH one of the Dutch settle
ments scattered through Pennsylvanla wltn hrs falthful pollce dog Leader
Hans was never seen wlthout Leader ana Leader was never seen wlthout
Hans As long as they had each other nothlng mattered A perfect stranger
could see the affectlon between them lt was as though they shared a secret
no one else knew
Hans rose very early every mornlng and he and Leader walked to the Post
Ofl1C9 where Hans shouldered hls mall bag and was off on hrs route whlstllng
merrlly wlth Leader walklng by hls slde
Leader was a smart dog and he learned the route fast and well At every
house he would stop on the front walk and bark and walt for hls master
These two became aulte well known throughout the settlement People
notlced how Leader seemed to tell hls master where to stop and how Hans
would talk to Leader at every house and say No Leader there IS no mall for
thls house today or That s rlght Leader boy you know thls route better
than your old master You ll soon be taklng over my lob
The men at the pOSlOlf1CG teased Hans about hls dog and told hlm he wouldn t
know how to dellver hrs mall lf lt wasnt for Leader
Hans had never gone to school He couldnt read or wrlte The other two
mall men had to sort thelr own mall for they could read and wrlte but the
offlce clerk sorted Hans mall and told hlm who had mall thls mornlng Hans
had a very good memory and b9Sld9S there weren t many people on hls route
and he knew them all and could remember
For many years Hans and Leader dellvered the mall falthfully but as every
body and everythlng gets old so dld they Hans began walklng to the post
offlce more slowly now and Leader no longer romped along but walked at
hrs master s slde
Hans would walk lnto the pOSlOfl1C9 wlth hrs heavy cane before hlm and be
greeted by Oh Hans you have the gout thls mornlng?
Hans only answered Yes age 1S creeplng up on me
Cold weather came and stlll Hans and Leader dellvered the mall Leader
contlnued to escort hls master and bark at every house on the route
They were gettlng old together Hans was offered a penslon but he had
done thls work for so many years that lt wouldnt seem natural not to go on
so h1S answer was Let Leader and me go on worklng Thls IS the only llfe
we know '
One mornlng Hans came to the postofflce as usual but thls tlme he was
alone He told the clerk he wouldnt be taklng hls route any more The clerk
looked up and very surprlsed asked Why Hans where IS Leader thls
Leader was very old He dldn t wake up thls mornlng And wlth that Hans
turned and walked down the street cane ln hand Had anyone been near they
would have seen tears rolllng down hls face Yes he would mlss old Leader
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RU YUMN TIM?
Marcle prckea ur the recerve ppl y Thts vas the last call for the aav ana
hen she coula lock up and ao honse Sne was lad Mr Dennmq her en ployer
was comma back the next day The amount of work would ease up consroterably
She draled the number but nothtnq seemed o happ n She clrcked the re
elver tmpatrently but somethlnq she heard o er the wtre arous d her after
A man s votce sald sharply Now repeat all the Jnstructtons l dont want
anythmq to ao wrong Be aurck about 1t
Another man weartly answered Q K loe 'ake tt easy lll hr' tl e bodw
on Jce by mtdnlqht l qo to llU S Street aoartrnent X and ask for
The votces dwmdled off and MGTCIQ hung up
She felt as 1f she were havrnq a bad dream Thrnkma ove w at she had
heard she declded to call the polfce Her hand shook as she hfted the re etve
However the l1ne was st1ll m use and she ltstened dazealy
l tell ya loe someone s on the l1ne Ya d better om over h re
Lrsten you the only one that has access to the extenston rs Je
quy s secretary and she left hours aqo Stop qettlnq upset ox er n ttmq
lm tellmq ya someones on the hne lm not sayrnq any n re
lll qo Jn and make sure 1f 1t ll calm you Hold on
Marcte felt frrqht creep up on her Her spme was tmqlmq and her hps ana
mouth were parched She stared dumbly at the telephone She was too numb
to place the recetver on the hook
The door opened qu1ckly and a man stood holdrnq a revolver He qlancea
at her qurzzrcally Then he spoke Get your coat lady you re conunq w1th me
loe hesttated a moment then walked o er t her and shoved her rt er coat
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nql t over w1th a qrrl
In the car he blmdfolded her and soon she u td herself bound IH a charr
tn some house lr sorry we hate to do tht adv but 1t ll be all ox er w1th
soon loe sala sympathetrcally
Then she heard a low drontnq of J o ces and fmally they left together
Marc1e tned to understand what was happenmq She Just knew they must be
notortous crrmrnals and meant t krlt her when the Job a hand had been com
pleted Knowmq there was no way o escape and overcome wtth fnaht she
When she opened her eyes she found loe peermq anxrously at her She was
rn a dlmmed room Jn a comfortable charr w1th all rmpedrnq apparatus removed
loe appeared as rf he hadn t a care m the worlo save her health
Marc1e glanced up at hun startlea but Just then hls frtend ca nc J s nrlmg
C td saJd to Marble You sure nearly 'nessed ut the whole J orks But we qot
our man and he s safely behrnd ars
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1945 AN IMPORTANT YEAR
THF GIFT OF SONG
11-IE DAY STUDENT
FROM THF CLASSICS
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President Nancy Colrnan
Vice Presrdent Pat Cochran
Secretary Treasurer Blanche Gould
Athletic Representative Barbara Smail
Class Colors Red and Whrte
Class Flowers Red Carnellias and L1ly ot the Valley
Motto The Door to Success is Labeled Push
3 .Simi C M.
Mary Jane Mulholland
Zell Sonad Scott
Gloria lean Ten Hoor
f r sfn DF
Aloe A s
K pp S1 s Green 1 G een
Teorn E srce
Sophomore r AA Y ar Beck Ee G Aqnes 1n D111 Copper
re o K p Lerrnbdr Epsnen L ge Nermer ls G e n T m
Ura n "1 s1c be 1: sx all'l'e'1r'1
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Lam a Epsr on
Wx! makes rfs own welcome Emerson
Ever smce her l11lle curly head hrsl appeared 1U the
krnderaarten room Mayme has been a much
loved addmon to our class Her sportsrnanshm and
athletrc ab1l11y has been crowned by her electron as
head of F A A l-ler Clever sense of humor has hfled
the haze of many an early morrnna class and rrqht
here and now we wrsh lo say how much we appre
Crate and love her
Fresnrnrn rhrl nt'1rop1C Crrnnnt ee Whrte Tbarn
Busketb ll F A A Small Nur'nera1s lane lonfs rn l1l5S Syaney
C rr cr
Sophomo e Sc 1 l Cernrnrttee V Ard Ccrnrmlee p 11'
Fresh So VN hr e Te rm Boske l Kappa L 'n1b'l S1 cn
Dr m ln Lf vrd Cow uerr ld 'N e r
den l C ss F A A Lame Nprne ls
unrfr 1 l crnrnrtc Cornrnr co lcc l-lc ke
nf B slcet al Team Vvlorr l-o Key and B1 snet Te
app an l do Eg S1 on D rm tr u C mstra e
The Mrser F A A Small F
bemor Co Cl' 1rn1an of Socrrl Corrmvtee S1 hocl Fc 1: y ana
B rske Dull T-earn Wh1'e Bosl-me l Te rm Cr 1 ' rn VV M116
Te rn Dr 1 Clul Krpp I. V1 cz E s1'on F A
Varrety s the sprce of 11fe Cowper
Wnh vrm, vraor and vnalrly Sally has bonnet a ner
way mio our hearts and lhe Wh11e Tearn captamcy
Does she Chckl Red halr, freckles, and slc1 shde
nose Characterrze our qal, Sal
Freshrrzzrn: F..l..A. F,p1 . 1':ii'1'f 'fear Ecol: hoard, Kairirte in
'l V.. fn Sha' Q neure s Lwdres fleet , Tardiness C:riri1f!ee1
'r 2 l.a7:r,d: Eg: lon, Srrfrll Numeral , 1 'Q-irtt, r..
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f'l'H'Q1L'3C' 'ni ,'1'Gr " 'a, re ea,
C -e Tea., Et: 'et 'll School S: 'etb 1 1.
l11n11r: FI. Year ,o , :rd Soge Ma 514' 'er 'The l-User",
Ke: Larnridar .,yr1'en, S:r.1Ql F Green erin, Green on l .1-
rtirll 'md I.o"kf-y Te-:rn , S 'htel Eisk ft.,c:ll :nd licikey Teams.
Semor: President ef F.A,A., Year Eoek Board, Green Tfflffl, Dra-
. 7' 'b, Sch lpvkny C111 1: oil, ll Tlfznrs, Kappa
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S , r : so 1 ' , far- ' . Q: , C3 ta'1 of
- .1 ' 't 11 ' tbal, an nfl Ep 'l ,
111 311i Club, Mr. Dick 'Ga ' ,I fe' '13 -P esi'
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E ': 2 Sofia. C1 '1 lf, Vfar-Ala 1 'tt -1, SCJ. l 1 Cf' y
5: l Jr' bl , ' ff lc' s , ,rl .ball Gm,
K ra I. .ri 3 'l , If G C Cl l1, Th' l.f11,' f. in
F A Te1m r C ml'T'1lF Year B ox
Bmde Srrall lNu'1'1er 1s
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rn 511 C ss ea lc E url Ori r Ccr'1r'11t
L 1 pri Lrm fi F1s1lon F
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Laugh and be merry remember better
the world w1th cz song Maseheld
Because lane never rndulqes 1n the tond sport of corn
pla1n1nq 1n wlnch we so often s1nlc we never seem
to realrze 1ust how much trouble worry and respon
s1b1l1ty she has 1n connect1on W1th th1s year book
Cabell s p1Xl9 charm has added sparkle to many
a Senror Class qatherrnq A Faulkner qrrl from way
back lane s enthus1asm and pep have won tor her
a place ID everyone s heart We w1sh her luck and
success 1n the future
s r'1 ss rn 1 '1 n o 1 G er1Tearf1
IH AG Int le
Sophomor Dress und Appearan e Comr'11tef Gre n Te'1'11
Green Btrslce b1ll T im
lunror Dress and Appr JT fl e Cornrn1t'ee Green Team Class
F1951 ent S om ckeyTe:1rr
Sen 1 Cl'1a1r'1 n Dress and Arnpe r r e Ccrrrmtef Green
1 a V1 P1951 If t P' Cass Green E sk 1 l nd Fo key
Her sm11e IS the sweetest that ever was seen Ryan
Presentmq Pat pretty and po1sed wrth a personahty
plus She hos held the v1ce pres1aency of the class
and tne cha1r111ansh1p ot the Dress and Appearance
Corr1m1ttee t'11s year W1tb a tacttul capab1l1ty that has
been ol qreat value to the school She has brraht
enea t1e malls ot Faulkner s1nce t' e Seventh Grade
w1th her d rnr led Q11 1le sne uses Peosodent
Fresnnizn: .A. ' ., Vfl11'e .1 , O der :11.1't fe, V- o '
Ecrrd, C11Q1 in 'A Gown tcr the ' 1 ' 1 - 3' ,
V1'111fe ' 1 'ef1,1l' Te 1111.
Scpha ire: Prf 'etit ef All ', YJ r BCC o. Q, ffl 111 1 ' -
'ef-, '1'.'1r All '11 11111if'f'f1, Ka , , r E311 .1 ' , .A.A.,
Nlte Te 1111, L'1111f- Nl1II14"fVlS, Vvyllll H elcey 11 4 .sk ,t.:all
TQ1111, Sfhocnl llrzflce 1 . B: sk,..'1f, ll T- 1111.
l' 'crz Ye Bok Bu fl, Ae '1t,e, lvAv'T - 'r 1 1 .'t1 ,
F.1'11f'l1., 'fflxite TC: 1 Sill :ll F, l Qc ey 11 1 a ll
T. 4 1, S ,Sl llifikf y md 1skefb:ll lee 111, .1 13' ' Abdo
Senior: Ejlfr of Yf- :1 Pu: la, Shocl Hockey and Easkefb. ll earn,
'1'1'l1iTf- Hr, 'key' 11141 :Q Af1i1ll'l','1r1, F,A.A., 'h' , L-"1rr11
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Pre h11an: Dre 1 d Anpe. ri SE' C ITtYI1'ff99, re- , 1, "Har-
riet" ' " ov or t .e Bride".
Vlce-D - 'd. , C21 ul Ho A 1. I M V I
Q lfgmcre S r f at C 111 Corrrri r
Cdr or ol rre Ye r Book K tru Lamtd Lpsilon
ck Kapp L rrld Epsxcn
ass tor c Ye r cor
Do your duty and leave the rest to Heaven Comezlle
Nancy at the helm has ably steered the class ot
through trouoted waters Her capahihty sound Judg
ment and diplomacy have commanded the respect
of all ot us Mfe can always count on her well
timed sense ot humor tor a good laugh Her out
s nding ar 1Sll talent has shown itself in th Year
Book drawings tor the last three years She has leeen
a priceless member ol our class
Pres man Hyde P rk High School
Sox: c'nore Musi Cornrrutee Green Team
lunxc Scci l Committee Green Team
Sem r Co Chairman ot Social Committee Green Team
' Wit eloquence and poetry ' Cowley
One of the most versatile and witty girls in our class
is l A Her winning charm and excellent leadership
have endeared her to the hearts ot all Her grac1ous
ness and Ctblllly' as a hostess have made niany a
Faulkner party a success, and we nope these auali
ties will find as warm a receotion elsewhere
Fresiirnani Scdal Ccrr.rnit'fe, Portia in '..'l.gn Shfikespeares
Sp.. 1 ec: 'ny Tr asurer lass, Scar 1. . fee, A t
,dt mt fi , , Liza' .ill-1' .
lunicr: Class President, Social Committee, Art Editor cf the Year
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Senior: Cl President, Ari Edi. t 'he Ma E Kappa
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l:reshrn.1n: Green 'lf :itz S' zzl Cfnirnrflef, Aunt Linnie in "A
Gown fcr the Emile.
QQ he nc arf' e C - 'z wut Q n s Davl
C perue fl
.1111 G een Te ss CQ n 1 Dr mr't1 Clr.
S nl U ee IW ss C rr I1
Cheerfulness keeps up cz kmd of daylrqht m the mmd Steele
Mary s rnlecllaus qraq e can usually be counted on
to send the class mia ayslence How we love all her
stones about Wrsconsrnl Vinh blond harr blue eyes,
and peaches and cream carnblexran she IS the beau
ty of our Clase
S E N I O R S
Freshman N S1 '1 rrc re ry rres ub
GAA D ey E l Team B ske ball Team
l-lcn r Rc
Scrhcrncr Aercnaum 5 Club
Musr Ap Ccrn 169 Prcnr .J c mq Ccmmltee
Pied Cross Repr me
lu cr C1 Ccrfrnvee Green
bm ef- e blclcey
qood as gold Drckens
P alller a ac ar here S Jr ten n Clock scholar Bul
rn urne Elarne alwaye lurne uu In all Qerlaueness
our crass Waula be ffl, ly du wnhaul Elame Her
nalve Qenee m hualar C uplea wth wer dead pan
ell Jery C n Q war aa A ,u Q nharqe to any qalh
errnq of h
eye.: rf: C en Tizrn ',Tfl?Y CHQ.. 'e, Ag e in " 'd
cp , . .lg .
T' 'cri I ,Q1!Tl,T1Yj1TiC 1 ttffiee, C7 . . 'C 'b.
e Cr: Cr ,ri Tr 'llrd . e Crnrtilttee, Drs: fi 'C Club.
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. . ., ramatic Club, Vcll al , , a I' ' . ,
n., . ez '.'1sit:'ic: Schcclz Art Club, ' 'C ,
G.A.A., Vclley Ball Team, Basketball Team, Library Board,
. 'C prefiatien C ,, .. 'ec rat' 't ,
esenfit' L, Hcnzr Rell.
' 'ni 1 Faulkner Seibel: F,A.!A.., Phlliznir pf C ..... If ,
V , . Cramztri Club.
Hejcrz Crier Ccririlfee, Grfez Tfizm, Gran .Q
'l-arn SY'ZfI'.1flf' Club
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ef T. e clan.
sion 11 1lCIT'T"1 nSrk
d1 s SS
nierafs v l-lock Te 'rs
'rore 1 Com 1 '1 Ni. s ne n I3
all Teams S oc Ho key nd Bask e nos
um S tr Q Class 'P 4 1 in T lfisfr
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ni Cnairm n f Fire oril Co-rmi ee 1 sident o
C ub Senr 'J y of liss l'1 e Team
Hitch your wagon to cr star Emerson
The sultry siren of the Senior Class and well dressea
Caheml Treasurer of our class for three years is the
glamorous Blanche' With a different hairdo after
every movie Blanche is well qualified tor her oosi
tion ot Dramatic Club President We truly envy her
good nature her good tigure and her good looks
Freshman War Aid Committee Green Team Kitty in Miss Sid
ney Carton F A A
Sooliomore Music Committee Green Team Clara Copper'1eld in
David Coyperfield F A A
Iunior Order Committee Gieen Team, Frosine in "The Mlser
lf A A
S0111 r Order Comfnittee Green Team Year Book Bo'rd Dra
111 rtit Club
Thou speczkest wiser than thou art ware of ' Shakespeare
lulie is another of the clan who has grown up at
Faulkner Her acting has been noticed outside as
well as in Dramatic Club Will we ever forget the
"flowery FTOSIHQMP Her clever style of writing cou
pled with her VlV1d imagination, has gained tor her
a position on the Year Book board lul1e's many
talents make her a uniaue Class meniber
Pre h:1a1..: F e fini' o tfee Gphelia in "K'r'he '1a'espe:re's
l.a 'e lfleetf Secretary of Cla , F.A..5-1., Vfhite Teani, Small
Nu ' C , 'White 1 ey :nd Basketball a11 .
Solano.. 1 F1 e Drill C 11r:'it-ee, lx1 , 11rd To i "David Co -
perfieldw, Athletic Representative, 'Whre Hockey and Basket-
ig 1 , Ch l 5' a eibail Tea 1 , Large Nu-
o al .
l .lfifi 9'GlC1IY ft Cm , The Laney Lenae ' " he 1' A ,
Fire ri o 111.11 nf, N "Ne Team,
Se or: ' ' 1a o ' B 'I C 11 'tt , P e ' i Dramatif
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Cleo Cari, B zslceti, :ll TL' :rn
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Laugh yourself mto shtches Shakespeare
Peals of lauahter echo down the halls Bedlam breaks
loose The head of the Order Cornrnrttee rs at 1t
aaaln She IS the uncontested Quaale queen of the
enror Class Her super athletrc abrhtv and enthuslas
C nush have won for her the Green Tearn Captarn
cy U Hrqh s loss has certarnly leen our qarnl
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Genutne Cheerful and fDl1CIbl9 F tarlctte s always
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served sfte usually has sornethrra worth whrle to
sav What a wh 7 rn hrstaryl Next year we ll rnrss
er aenendable and qractous ways
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Ssphcrnsrei Faulkner Stnccly F.A.A., Vfhrte Tears.
funlorz FAQ.. 'Jfhite Tuir. ., lvlf 'C Cc. .rnit'ee.
Senrzrz . ..f5...l.,, '..i'e Tf:'l!Tl, Cha rrian cf Y-fusii Committee.
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She rs the fountam oi honor Bacon
Mary lane bears wrth ara 1ous charm the fteayy
burden of Presrdent of Student Government We can
always count on her auret tact to ease any stratned
s1tuat1on l-ler wonderful clothes oh those blouses'
make us green wrth envy Her pleasant lnend
llness has endeared her to us all
MARY IANE MULHOLLAND
Freshman Bo ven Hrqh School G A A S c etory cf Frer' h Cluo
Glrls Chort s Tau P1 Alpha
Sophomore Bowen Hugh School G A A French Club G1rls Cho
rus Tau P1 Alpha
Iunrcr Faulkner School FAA Green Te rn Order Cornrnrttee
Senrcr FAA Green Team CoCha1rrnan of Order Comrmttee
S hool Hockey Team
A devotee of the Gospel of gettmg on Shaw
For two years lane has brrahtened rnany a dull neo
rnent at Faulkner wrth her trrendly srn1le, s1ncer1ty,
and aood nature Constantly chewrnq qum, our co
Cha1rman of the Order Comnnttee 15 the shrnrnq ltaht
of Madame de K1nq's classes lane has shown her
love for Faullcner by her staunch support of all tradr
t1ons, and her absence next year wrll Certalnly be
Fre h rm: Pre xaent of Ia , 'r Fl 'll rr ,jft , en Tcani,
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Cred1t should be QIVGU where cred1t IS due and
Glona certamly deserves 1t Glorra s ardent work on
Chr1stmas decoratrons and toys for Fellowshlo House
shows what a caoable co cha1rman ot the Ph1lan
throp1C Commntee she IS Her loyalty to her class
mates and aeneroslty have been shown durma her
many vears at Faulkner
Fresh'n n Soldan Hrgh 5 hool bt Lo IS Pep Cluh GA A be
reta y of t1e Needlework Gurld ayl nd Acaderry Beaver
D VVIS YWCA Drdmahc Clnh
Sophomore W yl nd A demy YWCA Manaqmg E1tcr of
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lumor F ulcn r Sc Lol Year Book Bo d Gr en Team
Senror Sc retary of Student Govern Green Te Y r
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ll cz man be graczous and courteous to strangers xt
shows he rs a crtrzen of the world Bacon
Ieanne has seen a tunlovma add1t1on to our Class
smce her arnval two years aqo from St LOUIS Her
earnest work and smcere mterest have won for her
the Secretaryshro ot Student Government Our own
llttle "soc1al1st" can always contrrloute somethma srq
n1t1cant to every d1sCuss1on We are sure that leanne
w1ll leave a dGllIlll9 1n1press1on on future world at
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nie J rn ' Vt hen 1' ' e Ol ,' 'e Meet".
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After young Trmrny had frnrshed hrs chores around the farm he whrstled
for Iep hrs dog and togetner they walked up the trarl that followed the edge
of the frelds The heavy rarn of a few nrghts before had left the drrt road wet
for some trme and the tracks left by man anrmal and machrne were now
all together rn a confusron of hard drred mud Trmmy breathed deeply the
smell of the newly turned earth lt was rust about the best smell that he could
rmagrne That rs the best outsrde of the rose water that hrs mother wore when
she was dressed up He always connected that smell wrth hC11DDY occasrons
he knew that she would be wearrng rt thrs evenrng but he strll wasnt so sure
how happy rt would be
As he and lep walked along he watched for srgns of the brrds mrgratrng
South and sure enough flocks of them were travelrng across the clear blue
autumn sky lep spred a rabbrt and was off after rt rmmedrately but Trmmy
hardly took notrce Tnrs was an rmportant day for a man of erght After all
rt wasnt every day that a fellow meets hrs father agarn The truth was he
wasnt so sure how hrs father would lrke hrm they hadnt seen each other for
frve years when brg Trm went rnto the Navy Trmmy was only three and
srnce then he had become a man helprng to take hrs fathers place Hrs
mother had told hrm that he was the man of the house whrle hrs dad was
away and he had had lots of responsrbrlrtres takrng care of hrs mother and
helprng the hrred man Now he was gorng to become a lrttle boy agarn and
hrs father would run the farm whrle HE was rn school He really drdnt mrnd
thrnk of nrm as a lrttle boy and treat hrm as such rnstead of havmg that man
to man relatronshrp rn whrch HIS oprnrons would sometrmes be asked
Suddenly he realrzecl how late rt was and started back to the farm house
through the autumn dusk When he saw the lrghts he started to run cuttrng
through the frelds hrs feet srnkrng deep rn the rrch sorl As he reached the
house he was relreved to see that hrs mother hadnt as yet returned from the
depot and he dashed upstarrs to get cleaned up He had rust frn shed puttrng
on hrs best surt when he heard the front door close and hrs mothers vorce
callrng hrm He hurrred downstarrs and there stood hrs father very tall and
strarght rn hrs unrform the lrght shrnrng on hrs face an older edrtrorr of Trmmy s
Hello Trm he sard puttrng out hrs hand and as he clasped Trmmy s small
hard frrst he sard You know Trm your mother s been tellrng me how you ve
run the farm and all, and l was wonderrn rf you could sorta take me on and
show me the ropes so s l can catch on agarn Then you and l can krnda run
the farm together
Trrrrmy s young srrrnrng fa e alrglrt wrth roy was an answer rn rtself
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having dad take his place as much as he was afraid that his father would
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THE MIRACLE OF FAITH
It was a cool crrsp autumn day when the trarn from the West pulled rnto
the Grand Central Statron and a tall dark frgure dressed rn Unrted States Army
unrform appeared rn the doorway He had frve battle rrbbons the Purple
Heart and the Congressronal Medal of Honor but even wrth that he walked
wrth the ard of a cane rather uncertarnly down the platform A krndly lookrng
and whrte harred gentleman percervrng thrs young lad s drffrculty walked up
to hrm and asked Could I grve you a lrft son?
Thank you I guess I could use one It s a lrttle hard tryrng to adrust your
self to a world you are no longer able to see
Gettrng rnto the lrttle two passenger car, the young soldrer told the elderly
gentleman that hrs name was Rrchard Stratton and that he wanted to go to
Mrs Grennan s boardrng house on Erghteenth Street
Pullrng hrs collar up around hrs neck Rrchard contrnued by sayrng After
my parents dred Mrs Grennan took me rn and brought me up and well she s
Just the best frrend l have
Well son looks lrke thrs rs the end of our Jaunt Here s Erghteenth Street
and there s the srgn that reads Mrs Grennan s Boardrng house Reasonable
Thank you very much srr l certarnly apprecrated the lrft
Here son let me grve you a hand
No thank you I can manage I know every rnch of thrs ground and be
Wrth that the car drove off and drsappeared rnto the rrsrng dusk
Rrchard tapprng the ground found hrs way up to the path of the house Then
qurte suddenly and unexpectedly he was greeted by a warm and frrendly hand
and tremblrng vorce that sard Drck my son you re home at last Oh Im so
happy to see you It s been so long But come lll take you upstarrs to your
room and then I ll brrng you some frred chrcken and my homemade apple pre
After reachrng the room Mother Grennan as Drck called her went down to
the krtchen to prepare the food whrle Drck seatrng hrmself rn hrs favorrte charr
trred to vrsualrze hrs room as rt had been the day he left for the Army The
bed on the west wall the dresser next to rt wrth hrs varrous penants hangrng
above rt and on the east wall the wrndow wrth rts whrte curtarns All thrs ap
peared to hrm to be more wonderful than anythrng he had ever been able to
rmagrne before when he had had srght
After a few moments had elapsed a knock was heard at the door lt was
Mrs Grennan who wrth the steamrng hot food set up a lrttle oaken table rn
front of hrm and after placrng the food upon rt seated herself rn a rockrng charr
and talked to hrm about days past wh1le the lrttle alarm clock on the nrght
stand trcked away the hours
The next mornrng the sun streamed rn through the wrndow floodrng Drck s
room Although he was unable to see IIS golden brrllrance he felt hrmself
enveloped rn rts warmth A lrttle later a vorce called to hrm sayrng that hrs
breakfast was ready He drdnt recognrze rt as berng that of Mother Grennan
but rt was a soft vorce wrth tones of frrendlrness and srncerrty Later he learned
that thrs new vorce belonged to Mrs Grennan s nrece Ioan who was vrsrtrng
here from Omaha
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lieve me it certainly feels good to be standing on this part of the earth again."
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As the days passed he visited more and more with Ioan longing above
everything else to be able to see her. One day at Ioan s suggestion he went
with her to see Dr. Harding a very famous eye specialist. Dr. Harding said
Dick this is one case that an operation will not cure. Cnly time will tell.
You need faith and a strong desire to want to see again and then even this
prescription may fail. '
As Dick left the office he felt very downhearted but tnen quite suddenly he
remembered what he used to do as a little boy when he wanted something
special-esornething that under ordinary circumstances he wouldnt be able to
loan tonight at about nine oclock will you please take me to the little
church Just around the corner from the board1nghouse'9
Well yes Dick but whatever made you want to go to church to
Please Ioan dont ask me why lust take me there
That evening Ioan took Dick to the little church rust around the corner The
wind was sharp and the warmth of the church felt good and comforting When
they entered Dick felt his way along the aisle and slowly Walked up to the
altar where he quietly knelt and prayed lt seemed hours since he had first
entered but he remained kneeling and without stirring prayed over and over
again that he might have his sight restored to him The hours crept slowly
away into the night and the shadow of the Cross fell upon him
suddenly he seemed to see a small glittering light Could it be that he was
imagining this? He raised his head and there in front of him he saw the face
of the Virgin Mary No it couldn t be He must be dreaming He turned and
there in the back of the church he saw a figure Quietly he called loan
Yes Dick are you all right?
There coming down the aisle he saw her the one person he had longed to
see for so long loan I can see' It must be a miracle but look l can see you
I can see you'
Then trembling and uncertain he took her hand and both kneeling down at
the altar gave thanks while the light from outside came in through the stained
glass window and cast the shadow of the Cross over both of them
Mary lane Mulholland
AU REVOIR TO THE IC
Farewell oh trains of lurching oar
On whlch l have traveled from afar
And your W1DdOWS ever dirty
lll miss you dear old sev n hrrty
l1Vha shall l do without you trains?
Without tl'e cmders th t caused su
Oh those charming wheels so squ re
And lso he taker of my fare
W y ins?
F rrewell the man who such pains took
To read over my shoulder a book
And he lady of great proportions
Who squeezed me into such contcrtrons
Goodbye you 1-:ful cars tfiat lurch
The s rme o rriy daily ticket search
Tc eacls and every one cf yo
lll miss it al and sc adte
Nancy Colrn n
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Th1s beg1ns to sound llke a rneetlng of the I.1ar s Club remarked Van Court
land as the speaker sat down tn a burst of applause I wonder what our new
member has rn store for us thrs evenlng
The l1ttle ruddy faced German stood before them now flngerrng a small ob
Ject danglrng from hrs watch fob The ob1ect was a dlabollcal l1ttle head made
I suppose you all remember when I was commrsstoned some years ago by
the Br1t1sh Government to flnd some lrnk between the aborrglnes of Australra
and New Zealand and those of Brrtrsh North Borneo
I started my expedrtlon as soon as the boat had docked and I had presented
the necessary credentlals However I was rnformed by Br1t1sh off1c1als rn
spect1ng my equrpment that due to some rel1g1ous superst1t1on among the na
trves I m1ght frnd great d1ff1culty ID obta1n1ng porters for the Journey Never
theless I found ten fellows who prom1sed to go frfty rnlles and that was all
From there I was on my own
At the end of the strpulated drstance I was left alone I could persuade
them to go no farther I questroned them for rnformatlon concern1ng th1s strange
fear but was only met w1th srlence
I wandered deeper rnto the 1nter1or for almost a month comrng upon one
deserted vrllage after another Then one mornrng as I was cookrng my meager
breakfast two very strange frgures approached my small cleanng from out of
the dense brush One was a tall slender sunburned man of lndetermrnable
age w1th a long flowlng tan robe
Good mornlng he sa1d rn perfect Enghsh my companron rndrcatlng a
short stocky fellow covered w1th tremendous burns and l1v1d scars and I are
very hungry We have not eaten 1n a long tlme May We Jorn you that we
do not starve?
I offered them what food I had and we all ate 1D srlence When I could
stand 1t no longer I asked them where they were from and who they were
There was no answer I trled agaln thls tlme askrng why 1t was that rn almost
a month I had seen no human berng but had met many traces of human l1fe
My attempt was rewarded My frlend IS deaf and dumb He cannot hear
you You see no one about because thrs 1S the month when the Frre God makes
hrs annual v1s1t to the earth The natlves are paylng homage to hlm
I trred to learn more about th1s strange god but was unsuccessful and was
only met wrth the prercrng grey eyes of the tall gentleman burnrng mto mme
When they rose to leave he aproached me wrth somethlng 1n h1s hand
You have been very land to us We wtsh to thank you Here rs a token of
our appreC1at1on It IS no longer of any use to us W1th these words he handed
me a prece of tanned hrde wrth a crude map burned rnto rt Then they were
I put the map away and forgot rt untrl some years later when I returned
to North Borneo and found myself only a few mtles from the spot rndlcated on
the rnap Th1nk1ng that 1t m1ght be rnterestrng I went a few mlles out of my
way only to end at the top of a slowly smoldertng volcano I surveyed the
surround1ng countrysrde and then actmg purely on rmpulse stooped and
prcked up from the very l1p of the crater the lrttle gold efflgy whrch you see
here It rs a very small rrnage of the tall stranger who ate breakfast w1th me
several years ago But the strangest thrng of all IS that when the natrves saw
rt they held me rn a sort of awe It IS an effrgy of therr Frre God'
The audlence refrarned from applaudrng The llttle doctor had never been
known to Jest
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onrng me wrth outspread arms as a refuge from that terrrbly w1ndy blast of
NIGHT TO REMEMBER
lndeed 1t was an eery evenrng The wlnd blew 1n gusts trees creaked and
rn th d1stance a dog was howltng The ra1n had Just stopp d neltmg down
and now rt was followed by a terrlfrc wmd storm
The wlnd 1n the trees whrstled and made old oak trunks rumble wlth therr
burdens ln one notch an owl kept watch and hooted 1ts warnmng srgnal All
nature seemed to forebode portentously the comrng ev1l
As l walked through the drrnly hgnted streets there was a subconscrous
awareness of danger l looked behrnd me several tlmes only to frnd there
was no one followlng me lt was the movlng shadow of the wmd blown trees
and the sharp norse of twrgs as they broke off
Cautrously and s1lently l hurned homeward wrth an unpremedrtated fear
of some 1ndef1nable occurrence As each tree was passed l felt grateful that
no harm had yet come to me Wlth every trernblrng bush my splne trngled
more and more wrth fear and excrtement
There were ne1ther stars nor moon rn the sky ln fact even the heavens
were an omen of danger The cerl1ng was low wrth dark b1llowy clouds whrch
looked as 1f they could sweep down to engulf mortals rn therr undertow
lndeed the mght was eeryl lt was the sort of evenmg 1n wh1ch people drd
FOR PARIS IS HER NAME
She lrves on the bank of the rrver Seme
Thrs lovely falr lady of mme
Her hfe has been long and joyous and sad
Her name rs ours to enshrrne
My lady has laughter and song m her heart
She has always been young and gay
She had never spoken of war and stnfe
Untrl that fateful day
That day she heard the Tramp tramp tramp
The tramp of marchmg feet
The roar of cannons the burst of bombs
The b tterness of defeat
Who dld lh1S to my lady?
Who took away her hte?
Who srnged her hope and freedom
Wrth cruelty and wlth str1fe'9
She lay along the r1ver Seme
She lay as rf nlgh dead
Her splendor courage beauty gone
She lay rn fear and dread
And strll she heard the Tramp tramp
Through day and mght they came
The tremor of the marchmg horde
A blemrsh on her name
They overran my lady farr
They conquered her preclous world
Untnl that day that burst of dawn
When freedom was unfurled
No more does death and poverty
Darken her hte today
Laughter and song are rn her hte agarn
Her heart IS brrght and gay
And so my lady hves today
In glorv and rn fame
A woman of courage beauty and prxde
For Parrs rs her name
Mary lane Mulholland
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not want to be outside alone. lt was such a relief to see my own hearth beck-
Outside the early morning sun beat relentlessly down upon the streets cmd
the clear sky showed not even a suggestion of a cloud The hot humid air
seemed to penetrate through the walls of the Central Station to the crowds of
people within There was to be no relief from the heat again today The huge
blackboard announced to all that the trams were running on time today and
the large clock soulfully ticked out the minutes for the benefit of anyone who
was interested People hurried back and forth each intent on his own mission
pausing now and then to make an mquiry or buy a cool drink Trams pulled
in and out in a continuous HOISY procession filling the station with still more
expectant and anxious crowds The day was growing warmer than had been
From out of the crowd stepped a young girl She walked quickly and from
time to time glanced nervously up at the clock to make certain that she would
not be late In her mind there was only one thought rn a few mlnutes she
would be seeing Iohnny agam lt had been three years now since he had gone
over seas three long and horrible years wrth only his occasional letters to
comfort her and let her know he was all right She remembered the t1me he
had written her that he was 1n the hospital for a few weeks but that it was
nothing to worry about What had happened she did not know but all that
mattered was that he was well again and coming home She slld on to a
bench to wart and pulled out a leather compact She was rather pleased with
the way she looked today It was so important that she be at her best for
Iohnny She had used every bit of her extra money on new clothes and dressed
blue because that was Iohnnys favorite color Would he still remember?
Had he forgotten how she looked would he still tell her what a beautiful smile
she had how her hair hung about her shoulders and all those other wonderful
httle thmgs she hadnt heard for such a long time? Again she glanced up at
the clock lt would be only a few seconds now Rising unsteadily she took
a long breath and slowly made her way to Gate 4 to watch for him She
searched the long platform until she thought she could stand it no longer Then
she saw him walking between two soldiers He seemed so unsure of him
self as if to be hunting for somethrng he couldn t find Before they had reached
her she realized that he was blind Blmd to everything around htm, blind even
to her What was she to say to do? But before she had time to consider this
he was there-next to her and smiling He was smllrng and that was all she
needed to steady her He held her close to him and softly told her how lovely
he lmaglned her to be There were tears in her eyes but they were tears of yoy
Back into the crowd they passed together only to be immediately lost in
the whirlpool of people The noon sun poured in through the high windows
flooding the interior with its l1ght and heat The old clock ticked on oblivious
of all that went on beneath
with immaculate care this morning. Her dress had been very carefully selected,
"FOR THINE IS THE POWER-"
It was dark, very dark. Warm, tool ln the vague inky blackness, a pinhead
of light suddenly appeared. lt swirled, growing larger and larger, then it seemed
to explode. With a blinding flash there seemed suddenly to be light every-
where. Phil became aware that he was in a small peasants cottage. The
walls were white-washed, great black beams crossed the ceiling and wandered
down the walls. There was little furniture.
He was aware of a dull throbbing in his head. Looking up he saw a girl
kneeling beside him. Her hair was very long, and reddish brown. Her eyes
were green. She wore a shapeless gray wool dress and wooden shoes.
Timidly she placed her hand on his forehead. lt was cool. He smiled to
let her know it was all right. Her lips parted to show perfect white teeth.
That was the last thing he saw. The inky blackness came again, wrapping
him in its warm cloak. Down, down he felt himself hurled into the sable empti-
The next thing Phil felt something cool being pressed to his lips. As though
glued he carefully opened his eyes The girl was giving him some water from
his canteen Her head was very close to his He felt her hair brush like a
whisper against his forehead lt was good
He tried to thank her for the drink She cradled his head in her lap He saw
it was late afternoon the sun was low in the west sweeping the fields outside
with molten gold
She smoothed his tangled curls back from his forehead The evening breeze
brought a warm earthy smell to his nostrils lt all became mixed up with the
He sat up to watch the sun sink down lt was twilight He turned to look
at the girl Her olive skin seemed to be filled with a translucent glow Her hair
curled in little ringlets around her face Her lips were satin soft She laid
her head on his shoulder and they watched the stars come out
A little after midnight Phil heard the distant rumble of the Division s mech
anized units roaring into this sector A Jeep and several command cars stopped
down the road Phil slipped his hand under her chin He kissed her and the
war seemed far away
He started to his feet swaying lust a little and motioned to the girl to wait
After reporting to the temporary G H Q he and two lieutenants hurrled back
to see about the girl
Upon entering the cottage they discovered the only occupants were two
dead peasants one an old man and the other a lovely young girl with curly
hair and an olive complexion On her face there was a smile the smile of
The breath o twilight sof ly airrs at fa sumrn r s day
n r ddish glow' c ting s s c o n ,im erm mg
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Are h' pering t.if:. day ' ':ne, Covers the ezrth 'till . ning light
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AND THE SUN SHONE
Colby Carter lay tn bed half awake half asleep ltvtng in that dream
world where our lives are tu t as we ve always wanted them to be Colby
saw the lovely blue rose and gold bedroom a luxurious symbol of the ltfe
she had been a part of for ten years slowly fade away ln its place stood the
station with all tts hub bub and excitement augmented by war where she and
Tommy had satd their good byes on that long ago day
Her name hadnt been Colby ther Just plain Carol Adams seventeen and
o senior tn highschool This gtrl this Carol had had a terrtftc crush on a
Jery handsome Naval Air Corps lieutenant named Tommy who was almost
'wtce her own age Everyone see ned to think she was tust a c azy ktd They
said that she didnt know couldnt know what real love was But Carol knew
and she loved htm she had loved htm since the very day she met htm two
years before when her father brought httn home for dtnner
Suddenly a votce broke tnto her reverte lt was Phil s votce Phil her hus
band who had gtven her tlse world wrapped tn a sable coat Phil who could
never mean to her what Tommy ltad Phil was calling to tell her the gang
was there for the scheduled game of tennts Colbv gave htm an answer
d smtsstng htm and fell agatn to her reverte of a ltfe that mtght have been
But the laughing votces below her wtndow remained as a reminder of her
for society and wealtn for centurtes Colby too felt as though she had stood
for centurtes doing the same thtng day tn and day out
At eighteen tt haa all been gay a dizzy whirl like a shot of novocatn tn
the arm lt had been as though God had gtven her new eyes with which to
see the world she thought she would never agatn clearly see or understand
Now those eyes too were dtmmed dtmmed to the spectacle of flashtng Jewels
shimmering furs bubbling wines She wanted only to be Carol agatn to
have that old feeltng of lovtng and betng loved
Life with Phil had to move swiftly but with Tommy it had been different
There had been much plea ant gay laughter well remembered times shared
only between themselves The htkes through the woods tn the autumn the
little pond where they had stopped to watch the moonlight play on the water
and to throw pebbles tnto tt to see whose would go the farthest these were to
be chertshed memortes always The dances tn roadside tnns where the Juke
box blared out scratchy tunes at least five years old the flytng lessons he had
gtven her when she had felt so close to God as slte looked skyward tlte wind
wh taping across hcr face tl ese tgo woula le memortes stored up for always
But you cant ltve on memortes on plans for a future day that tntgltt never
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The clock was Just striking twelve as Connie Bradley turned off her lights
in her small apartment on 42 Street No sooner had she done so than the door
bell rang As she hurriedly put on her bathrobe she wondered who it could
be at this time of night When she opened the door somebody handed her a
telegram told her to sign and was gone before she could say a word
The words of the telegram seemed to stare her in the face We regret to
inform you that your husband Howard Bradley is reported missing in action
The only words that Connie could speak were Oh' no' For a moment she
stood there She didn t even seem to be ahve Then she dressed and walked
out into the cold night Down 42 across to 43 and Connie was in front of Saint
Mary s church Why of course this was the first place she and Howard used
to come when they needed help and since he had been away she had come
faithfully every day for two years Now most of all she wanted to pray for
him to return safely and for strength to carry her on in the endless darkness
That night of November 22 lO44 was a long and sad night and the next few
months she seemed to be living in a daze She would iurnp when the phone
or doorbell rang She began to believe that no news was good news
It was about a week before Christmas when Sue Miller one of her friends
But for some reason Connie said she was busy and would be unable to come
On her way home she wondered to herself why she had told Sue that she
was busy Christmas Day Of course she wasnt her family lived in Texas
and it was entirely too expensive to go down there But for some other reason
she told Sue she couldnt come and Connie couldnt think of that reason for
the life of her
As she was walking down 42 Street she happened to notice a Christmas tree
stand and going in she decided to buy herself a small Christmas tree Just to
make it feel more like Christmas She made her own decorations for it and
when she was finally through it was nearly twelve o clock
Oh goodness' she hadnt stopped by the church yet Although she was
very tired Connie slrpped her coat on and walked over to Saint Mary s
lt was the night before Christmas and Just as she put the last package under
the tree she heard the bell ring She walked slowly to the door opened it and
was handed a telegram Your husband Howard Bradley has been found ana
is returning to the States within the next month
lust then the Bells of Saint Mary s started to ring She looked at her watch
and it was twelve o clock the day that the Christ Child was born
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Camouflage is a protective coloration designed, in ware
fare, to deceive an enemy as to the size, number, or nature
of objects thus disguised. This word, which came into
American usage during the first World War, is a French
word long used by scene-painters and others to describe
drsguise by the use of color or make up
The idea of camouflage IS very old It was used by the
Indians when they put on their war paint and in various
ways in human warfare for many centuries before the
war of l9l4 IQIS
Camouflage reached its greatest development in the war
of IQI4 1918 rn the disguise of battleshrps buildings vehi
cles and artillery Many French British Belgian Italran
and American artists were put to work camouflagrng
buildings shrps war material and supplies that came
wrthrn the range of enemy fire
Many ships were disguised rn this way rn order to con
ceal completely therr true character ana size whrle the
whereabouts of great guns were concealed from the sight
of enemy airrrren by the same means
Camouflage also exists in nature to a rnarlced degree
Certain birds fishes insects reptiles and mammals are
protected by their colors from observation by their ene
rnres Thus forest animals are frequently green desert
animals are tawriy or sandy and arctic anirnals and b1IdS
are white or change their summer coats of dull colors to
wh1te in winter The camouflage artists of the frrst World
Vfar derived any of their color schemes frorn nature
mous instance is told in Shakespeare s IVIACBETI-I Tne
besiegers of Glarnrs Castle hrd themselves behmd bushes
so that as tfiey advanced from the woods of Dunsrnane
the watchmen on the castle walls cot, d o tell which was
wood and Jh ch were soldiers
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lt was a great scholar x sera tact trme rs eternally the san e that the same
ne day IS the same ttr te o orrow and rs the same tune of three thousand
years ago and the thma at 'tappen today are really happemng tomorrow
and three thousand years ago Contusmg? Perhaps
Let us rmagrne that the year rs say l956 the place Ch1cago and l the per
oetual trme over lookmg State and Randolph streets Below me pass all the
people rn Chlcago at one trme or another and a great many of the people of
the world rn whrch l eyrst But today l am lookrng for certam people you
N1 recogmze therr names
ln the mrllmg crowd below me walk two slrm and lovely young women They
valk slowly as though tney had not been ln our c1ty for a long trme they smrle
rt some famtlrar rncrdent
s been a long trme Mary lane
l agree Frye years 1n Washtngton makes thtngs seem tar away But you
l A mayor of Boston' Gosh l never would have expected to meet you when
lust take 1t easy Rernemb rt was aurte a shock tor me to realrze that
when l voted for your husbgnd two years ago l was votrng you 1nto the Wlurte
And now were hor e lt s even h me to you Tulle You know rt
Yes l suppose so e 1 t ough l hate to odmrt rt l wonder who else ts rn
But has ten years realty elaosea smce they both walked beneath me?
u on the stdevtalk tt e crowd mornentarrly thrns and a frgdre dashes to
catch a taxr
Oh that s qurte all rrght Any trme you leel l1ke knockmg somebody over
Just call on me
Maymel My goodness you havent changed a btt Hows Wash1ngton7
Llow s the state ol the world? Does 1t look l1ke another mar?
Now take rt easy Schwart7 lm only the secretary of State not the local
tcrtune teller Come on lll buy you a coke Let s see what was rt?
M s Home maker ot l95C rt that s what you mean lust wart ttll you taste
nay aople pre'
Tue world and apple pre Yes 1t mrght be a good change There are
worse thmgs berng mrxed up rn rt at thrs moment But there s another mter
est1ng couple wattrng tor the ltght to change
But Sally l dont know what lm going to do lt he doesnt eat tonrght lm
gomg to call a doctor
Dont worry about rt Pat lm sure that he wtll be all rrght Maybe he s
cuttrng a tooth Come on Let s go see Stnatra rn hrs new prcture
lt ts growrng dusk l close ny rtands at three hours
But Char l cant srmply rrake ANY promrses t1ll after the ttrst ot the year
what wrth the holrdays comlng up and all l
Now Glorla as the leaamg expert on home economlcs tn the country 1t s
really your patnotrc duty to grve a serres of lectures 1n my varrous stores all
ver the country Thrnk ct all the women who wrll hear and benetrtl
All rrght but not t1ll alter the ttrst ot the year PTOTDISGQ
A sauealrng mass cl young gtrls pounce on two unwary trgures
Now now don t crowa lll get ex ery smgle one of you See what l mean
Yes l certatnly ac l au ss e ng an arc Waeolcglst IS def mtely not as pop
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Thanks Qulck grab that cab before I lose all my clothes'
The crowd moves on and thto my SIQVII walk two young women
I m glad all the sc1ent1sts were able to get here Barbara There are a great
'nany auestrons whrch must be settled before I meet wtth the heads of the
It must be loads of fun lane bemg the mmtster to France and gotng to all
those wonderful state dtnners and part1es
Really Barbara rt s not very much fun Frankly I envy you developtng a
safe economtcal way to use atomc energy that s REALLY dorng someth1ng
And they can hold rn therr hands the fate of a natton But around the corner
come two breathless IIQUTQS
Honestly Elatne I can t walk mother step Please cant I take a cab? Ill
No you wont Zell ana besldes you need the fresh a1r As your doctor I
assure you your healtn depends on 1t you know very well slnce you wrote My
Lrfe ana Here s to It you haven t been getttng enough fress atr or rest
Oh I suppose you re rrgnt but
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to wa ch the people
Nanm please You 'nust do the sets cf mv new plav Thtnk of the sensa
tton they d cause
Tl at s w tat I arn tntnkmg of After all my l1ttle cherub I am now the art
drtor o Fortune Magaztne and one Just dcesnt drlbble tn thtngs ltke that
What IS your new one Blanche?
Ieanne Well you havent b en lrstemng I mentroned one hundred ttmes
that 1t was lohn Van Drutep s Votce of the Frog
Im sor y but I was thtnklng Nancy f you could get that arttcle of mme
on Inter cultural Understandtng 1n the December Issue
A taxt drrves up to the corner An attractrve young woman steps out
She rs dressed n me latest fashtorx She stops beneath me to watch the
people She looks about the crowded street at the nurrymg people at the
flashtng electrtc srgns Lat1n Quarter Brass Ball The Theatre She breathes
the cr1sp autumn a r and then turns Into the store The creator of Orrgmal by
Iulle of New York and Dans ts home
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T E HONOR SOCIE Y
KAPPA LAMBDA EPSII.ON
CIN ORDER OE MEMBERSHIP?
MARILYNNE BALLINGER 1946
IANE CABLE 946 BARBARA BRICKMAN
'NANCY COLMAN 1946 MARILYN MUSICK
BARBARA SMAIL 946 RUTH WALKER
TO BE INITIATED FOR HONOR WORK
IN 1944 5 AND THUS FAR IN 1945 6
IULIANNE IOHNSON 1946
VALERIE BUCHSBAUM 47
BARBARA VATZ 947
ADDITIONAL HONOR GIRLS
IEANNE WEIL 940
CAROLINE LAPINE 947
PATRICIA LAWSON 947
MARIORIE MOHR 947
GWYNETH OLIVER 947
PEGGY PROVOST 947
ET1-IEL SCI-IWARTZ 947
THUS FAR IN 19451946
NANCY LOU NATTEMER
IOAN LEE SCI-IICK
THOSE MARKED AND THE FOLLOWING HAVE WON HONORS
IN ATTITUDE KTHUS FAR IN 194519461
MARGARET BOCKMAYER 1948 ANNABELLE EDGERTON 1948
IANE SCHWARTZ ,..,,,,CwCC,,.,,.w,.Ew,, 1946 CAROL WILLIAMS L,,,,,,.w,...,...,,. 1947
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MARY IANE MULHOLLAND NANCY SHEPUL IEANNE WEIL
In November 1945 the electlon ot Student Government ottrcers took place
The ourpose of Student Government 1S to regulate the student rn dress conduct
and punctuahty Student Government 13 composed and malntalned by the
students To run thxs oraamzatron electrons a e held each year to select a
Presrdent V1cePres1dent and Secretary
Mary lane Mulholland last year s Vrce Pres1dent presrded over the meetlnq
rn wh1ch she was unanlmously elected Nancy Shepul was chosen Vrce-Pres
1dent wh1le the offrce of Secretary was won by leanne Well
Everyone agreed that the Student Government had made an excellent cholce
COLMAN MUSICK BEAVER DOUSSEAU
THE OPENING TEA
lf you had happened to be walkrng along Dorchester Avenue on Monday
afternoon September l7th past the house marked 4746 you would have heard
the chattermg and the happy laughter of teen aged grrls Yes for that day
was the openrng of the Faulkner School to start the year of 46
The openlng tea whrch was held September l7th IS very much of an event
at Faulkner for 1t IS then that you see agarn your old frtends meet new ones
and rf a freshman you frnally become a true member of the Academtc depart
The b1g slsters mtroduce therr httle srsters to the faculty the school and to
the other grrls
Mrss Mack was as usual handrng out programs and as efflcrent as ever
We were served some delrcrous cookres and refreshmg punch as 1t was a rather
warm afternoon Afterwards we dashed to the study hall Cm a lady l1ke man
ner of coursel and were tntroduced to our new guests
We were all looktng forward to the next day for we knew that thts would be
a year of fun accomplrshments and that 1t would brtng the many thrrlls that
THE HALLOWE EN PARTY
Wednesday October thrrtyftrst marked a very gay occasron when the
Comtc Strrp characters tn person met rn the Faulkner gym for the annual Hal
lowe en party
Drck Tracy pursued Itchy through the Iunror skrt The Senrors held forth as
Grphan Annre and her Commandoes whrle the Freshmen Dogpatchers felt
nght at home The Sophomores Truth and Consequences afforded much
amusement and was tudged the w1nn1ng sk1t
Mrss Davts as The Llttle Rmg Sandy Cross and Nancy Shepul as Napoleon
and Uncle Elby and Gall Srbley as a Hula Dancer were awarded the mdtvrdual
pnzes for the best costumes
The usual Cokes and doughnuts added the ftntshrng touch to the evemng
Fvervone had a dellghtful ttme
come to every Faulkner girl.
THE CHRISTMAS PARTY
Our 1945 Chrtstmas party was srgnrftcant for the genurne happrness cheer
and sptrrt of good wrll that prevarled
After a brref message of welcome by Mrs Srbley Presrdent of the Faulkner
Parent Teachers Assocratron the program opened wrth the stngrng of The
Star Spangled Banner
Mrss Faulkner welcomed the guests and thanked our Soctal Charrman Iulle
Eaton her commtttee and everyone who had helped to make the afternoon
a success She then turned the meetrng over to Mary lane Mulholland presl
dent of Student Government who capably took charge of the program
Mary lane rntroduced Mrs Porter our musrc drrector who led us rn srngmg
G Come All Ye Farthful Hark' The Herald Angles Srng and later rn the
program Glory To The New Born Krng and lt Came Upon The Mrdnrglst
Followrng thrs Mademotselle Brocherys lntermedrate French classes enter
tarned wrth some delrghtful French songs
The hrgh school pageant thrs year was unrque and beautrfully presented
Blanche Gould drd a splendrd ptece of work as narrator Sandy Cross Mad
elerne Geller and Mar1lyn Musrck were superb as carolers Garbed as typrcal
carolers therr sweet vorces penetrated every corner of the room wrth the Joyous
musrc of Chrrstmas carols Each carol was portrayed rn pantomme bv drf
ferent hrgh school grrls approprrately costumed to represent the varrous
carols After four long years of war thrs rmpressrve caroltng offered a k1nd
of solace and peace of mrnd that one feels rather than speaks Peace Ort
Earth Good Wrll Toward Man took on a deeper meanlng t an ever befor
Mtss Georgene Faulkner as Mrs Santa Claus ts a tradrtrcnal and ant1c1patea
hrghlrght of every Faulkner Chrrstmas party After presenttng the abundantly
trrmmed tree and grfts to Mrs Mauch for Fellow hro House she rntroduced the
boys and grrls who had come from Fellowshro House and who entertarned us
mrth some exceptronally frne srngtng and folk dancrng The European costumes
worn by the grrls added specral charm to th lf aarle danctng
Followtng thrs under the leadershtp of Mlss Stone who actea as offrctal
caller grrls from the academrc department danced a square dance whrclr
was thoroughly enroyed by everyone
The clrmax of the afternoon came when Mrs Srbley on behalf of the Faulkne
Parent Teachers Assocratron presented a desk desk lamp and huge btrtnday
cake to Mtss Faulkner rn honor of her btrthday All Jotned rn stngtng 'Happy
Brrthday Wrth a tear of happrness rn her eye Mrss Faulkner gracrously
thanked everyone and then extended an rnvrtatton to retrre to the domestrc
sctence room where refre hm nts awarted tnern
Thus happrly ended our ftrst peace trrne C rrstmas rrty rn four years
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Heir to ettv white fcrn al readv for the rig
Ti ursaay evening marked the end of t eir
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graduat ng class cf l945 donned
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days at Faulkner and the begin
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P cr pt v ct eight o c cck the fourteen Seniors vitl treir att naants rr arctiea
GOWN tie aisles of the Kenwood church ana tock their seats on the platform
A ter the invocation bv Dr Wilson pastor of the Kenwood church a most in
teresting address entitled The Human Comedy was given by Dr lohn Ulric
Nef of the University of Chicago
lit tie close of the address Mr Williamson played an organ interlude while
the attendants with a large bouquet of red roses in each arrn marched down
'ie a s es again to form a de oratrxe boroer in front cf the olat or'n The white
arid pastet clad girls witti the red roses forrned C xery beautiful picture
Ti en came the lsigh light of the evening the p cseritatibn of diplomas Miss
traditional custom by saying a few words about each girl before presenting
her with a diploma Then the attendants passed one of their bouquets to a
araauate and t e group ric rched out to the strains of Pomp and Circum
fkfter the graduation the luruor Class held a reception at the school for the
graduates Miss Faulkner cnd the Seniors were in tie receiving line in the
ouse Tl e evening closed with the Prom in the gyrn decorated as a ship in
honor of the graduates
THE TUNIOR PROM
T is Year on December twentieth the lunior Class presented a Christmas
prom which they cleverly called l-folly Daze
The crystal bail room of the Windermere East Hotel oglow with the Yuletide
spirit was the scene of tire rarty While scrne of ttie couples were dancing
to the music of Ftuss Bctlue and his orchestra others were enioying refresh
ments and admiring the goodlooking bids which were in the school colors
and rnost unusual
The party was especiallx beautiful this year cs ereryone was in forrnal
ar ss and most attractive
A ugu oint of he aa cc car fe witi tic srtgi g t Harpy Birtlida
Miss Fc ulkner and thus another very successful artv wc s brought to a happy
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VICTORY BOND RALLY
Cn Frrclcx lNcve e IN1n'r ne P11 r hrcpxc and WG Ard Ccmmrttee sponsored ct vrc cry ln
Mrs Cc rlslc cmd Zel Scot 1" Q clcrqe of the program whrch mcluded the presentct1on of r
hond and G ccrscx e c lvl1SS 'F u rcner cnd cr corscrqe to Mrs Glenn our drschcrcecl servrcewcmon
SlGHC1lU' n se on cl ss A clre J Ryfie c the navy cc ve L. very mterestmq tfrlrc chcu'
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cltlsses ln tnf an I1 uct cnc lundred pe cent to the Vrctory Eonfl DIIVQ W 1
Srqnolmcm Andrew Rydell Zell Scott Mrss Faulkner Mrs Ccrrlxsle
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Second row left to right M Lee Mrs Glenn S Bowes
First row left to right A Carlisle I Shick
lt was seven o'cloclcg girls and their parents were
pouring into school. The last practice was over. This
was the real thing, the big drill between the Greens and
the Whites. The captains, Barbara Hofmann and Dottie
Hinchcliff, were giving last minute instructions and a
The big moment came Barbara leading the Whites
marched in arrying the much longed for cup The girls
sang We re the Girls of Faulkner School as they fol
lowed Barbara Then they lined up and sang The Star
Spangled Banner which was followed by Alma Mater
The singing was led by Mugs Watkins the president
of the F A A
After everyone was seated the Greens led off the
marching followed by the Whites Then came songs
and cheers in which the Greens won The appreciative
audience enioyed thrs oral exhibition of originality Then
came the tumbling with beautiful pyramids and other
feats of dexterity which the Whites won
After a brief intermission two basketball cames were
played one by the Freshmen and Sophomores and the
other by the Tumors and Seniors both of which were
won by the Greens The cup was given to the Greens
but everyone went home with the feeling that Loth
sides h cl put up c good figt
THE INTERMEDIATE DRILL
On Friday evening March 9 1945 the Greens and
Whites of the Intermediate Department faced each other
in cornpetitio for the first time The team marched in
gaily keepmg time to We re the Intermediate They
then marched to the center of the Gym where they lined
eight abreast to sing The Star Spangled Banner and
our Alma Ma er The teams then divided each sep
grating to their own side of the gym to begin cornpetitior
First came arching in which 'ne 'Whites led by lucly
Klawans ar' e oott on top Then foll wed szngm and ' llc
dancing in wht h he Greens with Letitia Krogh as Cap
tain shoved their superiority Tumbling it seems was a
tie as was appearance The ne ve tingling evening ended
with an cxtitmg game of New ombe which enabled the
Greens to gather in enough porn s to win 45 to 29
After this experience the girls of the lntermediae depart
ment entrusted with responsibilities of managing a dull
will for this experience be leter equipped o cooperate
'with the older ils in puttin or the Academic drills in
heir hi s hoo years
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Elrse h1s daugnter
Cloante hrs son
Frcslne a matchmaker
Marrannc rn love wtth Cleante
Master Iacques oachman and cook
L1 Fle he Cle nies valet
THE DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
Carolrne La Pune
Sanda Lou Cross
Master Sunon Harpaqons aqcnt Blanche Gould
Pierre Slmon s servant
Mlstress Claude I-larpag
Brmdavome a servant
La Merluche a servant
AMATIC CLUB OFFICE
M 1 MULHOLLAND Miss GOEHST B GOULD
Gloraa lean Ten I-loor
Mary lane Mulholland
on l-lousekeeper lean Schrayer
Thls adaptatron of MOl19I9S ia
mous play was QIVGD by the mem
bers ot the Dramatxc Club on Frrday
and Saturday nxqhts May l8th and
19th rn the school gymnaslum under
the very able dxrectxon OfM1SS
The actron of the play takes place
1n the home of Harpaqon m Pans
France rn the year 1668 The three
acts represent the mormnq after
noon and evenlng of the same day
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forts to marry off hrs chlldren prof
ltahly and to fmd a wlfe for hlrn
self After a great deal of confusron
and the cornxc efforts of hrs servants
and the matchmaker he employed
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