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MARGERY PATTERSON CRAIG
What uzld heart blSf0flCS srvm Io llc en
Upon fbosr' c'r5s!a1Imc' relcsilal spheres
Bazaar Commrtte S
Doll Show Soph Sr
Glee Club Soph Jr Sr
Charlty Commxttee Sr
EHOLD' The enxgma of the Semor Class wxll now be brought to lrght' But the
task IS a dxfhcult one as nt rs not easy to wrrte about Margy She has a deep
subtle sense of humor vsh1ch her frank open smxle behes but whlch her sparklmg eyes
falways laughmg at some h1dden jokej affirm If one could apply an X ray to Margy s
bram one would find rt tw1sted around so that lt spelled ln large letters the word
xntellect For Margy possesses that great grft of mnate knowledge--not the book
learnmg vshlch IS so wrongly confused wlth brlllnancy but the knowledge of the fine
pomts of hfe mmgled wrth a keen Wlt and a clear understandlng She can dxscuss
any worth vsblle subject and can adapt her toprcs to the persons she IS wxth at that
moment Nor do Margy s talents he alone 1n the field of speech She wntes orrgmally
acts wrth true abllnty and smgs admrrably She has a suppressed desnre to don a pair
of patent leather boots a fur cap and other accessorles ln order to lrve a lnfe among
the samovars and cymbalums Go to lt lrttle Crangsky may you meet wrth that
great God Luck rn whatex er spot you chance to be may you emerge from the shadows
of the College Boards mto the sunshme of Smlth wxth the top honors and above all
may your mtrmsrc abxlxtles and learnmg never fall to brmg to you success equal to the
one whrch you have enjoyed at Frrends
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ALBERT WILSON COOK
llzkr zeorlz lf ascmalfc me
fan ut un! look at lf or hour:
ERE xs Alb rt one of the newest members of our class Albert dld not enter
Frnends untxl h1s Sennor year but 1n one short year he has made hxmself a real
Frnends Sehool student and a true frlend of all those nn hrs class Each fall afternoon
a smart lookmg roadster could be seen flymg out to the field wnth a group of boys who
belonged to the football team The clrnver the tall dark haxred boy at the wheel was
none other thln Al who showed hrs school splrlt m the untlrlng way ln which he went
out for the team Hrs efforts met wnth success and because of eonstant practmce he
succeeded nn makmg the football eleven
Al has a sp clal mterest m automob1les and thenr speed A bet Cwhxch has not
yet been earned outj has been made wlth one of the female members of the class that
he can beat her nn an automobnle race Speed seems to be one of h1s chlef delxghts Al
IS undecxded as to whether he wnll go to college next year but whatever he does may
success be hxs'
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T H U
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Swimming Soph J S
Tennis jr Sr
He is one of those happy go lucky persons who go through life cheerfully with
never a care in the world Nothing ever seems to bother Cronny and for that quality
he may consider himself unusually gifted Where athletics are concerned Cronny
shows a great deal of interest and enthusiasm mamly for swimming He has been on
the team since his Sophomore year and is by now one of its most valuable members
The Senior play was indeed lucky to have in its cast the role of Tarver portrayed by
Cronny To take the words of any of the audience He was perfect in the part
Among Cronny s pet diversions we find listening to orchestras rated at the top To
him we say keep on whistling and singing your merry tunes and you will live to a ripe
old age with your hosts of friends flocking around to b cheered and relieved of their
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RONNY is a unique individual, quite unlike anyone else in the graduating class.
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