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LOIS M. DUNCAN, Petrolia. " The sound of Lois ' sneezes oft are wafted on the breezes. " I. JEAN EDWARDS, Dresden. " Dark Town Strutters Belle. " JEAN F. FEWINGS, London. " Jokes are the pepper of conversation and the salt of life. " GEORGINA A. GEOHEGAN, Woodstock. " Dr. Hofferd, I pronounce my name Gay-gun. " GRACE GILLIES, R. R. 2, West Lome. " Her life ambition — to be a schoolteacher. " DOROTHY FORD, Glencoe. " She prattles merrily on her way. " MARY T. FOSTER, Goderich. " Diligence is the mother of good luck. " MARGARET J. FRANKLIN, R. R. 2, Springfield. " God bless the man who in- vented sleep. " ANNE I. GALL, Windsor. " A girl with vim and vitality, her greatest asset — person- ality. " MADELON GLENN, R. R. 5, Strathroy. " To a young heart everything is fun. " RETA GOUGH, Walkers. " She came in like a lamb but we fear she has changed. " MARJORIE HARROW, Essex. " The way to gain a friend is to be one. " MARY J. HAUSER, R. R. 2, West Lome. " Industry makes all things easy. "
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ELEANOR V. BRUSH. Blenheim. " She has a quiet yet winning disposition. " LILLIAN M. BULLOCH, London. " The way to gain a friend is to be one. " JOYCE I. BYGROVE, Petrolia. " Cheerful and frank and free . " BETTY CAMPBELL, Wardsville. " I wonder who is absent to- day. " DONNA E. CAMPBELL, R. R. 7, Alvinston. " A smile, a smile, makes life worth while. " PHYLLIS CARLE, Windsor. " Games lubricate the body and the mind. " SHIRLEY S. CARROLL, Iona Station. " Better late than never, but better never late. " C. JEAN CHARLTON, R. R. 3, Springfield. " If music be the food of love sing on. " MARJORIE E. CONNELL, Windsor. " Fiend angelical. " DOLORES " M. DEWITTE, R. R. 2, Blenheim. " She has a quiet yet winning disposition. " ELVA DILL, Wardsville. " Even though vanquished she can argue still. " MARGUERITE G. DOEY, Cedar Springs. " All men prefer blondes. " CATHERINE I. CARROLL, Iona Station. " Our house is the deadest place. " BETTY C. DONALDSON, R. R. 5, St. Thomas. " Good things come in small packages. "
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PHYLLIS M. HAZZARD, R. R. 5, Wallaceburg. " Whatsoever is worth doing is worth doing well. " ANITA HILDEBRAND, Leamington. " Laughter is a most health- ful exertion. " CATHERINE JEFFERSON, Clinton. " Kay ' s smile makes friends for her wherever she goes. " ISOBELLE JEFFORDS, R. R. 1, Muirkirk. " Mr. McEachern ' s messenger: ' Do you need any help, Form Four ' ? " VIRGINIA R. HOLDEN. Pacquette. " Slow and easy wins the race. " JANET D. HOWE, R. R. 5, Aylmer. " Speech is silver, silence is golden. " MARION HUSSON, London. " She likes all sports, but ws think that badminton is her racket. " i NETTA KENNEDY, London. " Energy is her middle name. GWENDOLYN KNIGHTS, Mull. " Most nights are dark and dreary. This Knights makes no one weary. " MADGE LAING, Croton. " Quiet and industrious and a friend of all. " EILEEN HUSTON, Ripley. " Merry brown eyes, cheery sm ' ls, A disposition to match. " ELAINE HUTCHINS, South Woodslee. " 0, she will sing the savage- ness out of a bear. " mm BELLE LAZENBY, Norwich. " A calm and capable collector. ' Please get your money in soon ' . " JUNE LEMON, Windsor. " Believe it or not she ' s an air-force vet. But our June a lemon? Not on a bet. "
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