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Robert James Davidson
If silence ls golden, Robert
must be made of platinum! This
applies to his classes and study
periods only. During lunch-
periods he makes as much noise
as the other out-of-town stud-
ents. Success to you, Bob, in any
line you take!
Clare Blanche Davis
And here is the prima donna
of the class. As a singer Clare
surpasses anyone we've heard in
a long time. M. C. H. S. is proud
to claim her as one of its gradu-
ates. The class extends to Clare
its best wishes for her success,
Minstrel 3, 4, Commencement.
Emma is cheerful by disposition
and friendly by nature, She is
well liked by both sexes. One of
her chief hobbies ls dancing.
Whenever Emma is around, you
are sure of having an enjoyable
Girl Reserves, Basketball 1, 2.
George Frederick Davis
Meet our salesman. George has
established a name for himself
during his junior and senior years,
and we are proud of it. There ls
never gloom when he is around.
George expects to enter Susque-
hanna in the fall.
Band 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 23 Hi-
Albert Angello Decarli
The ideal student is typified in
"Deacon." He is so unassuming
and helpful in time of need that
it is a pleasure to have him with
us. Dick is also good at throw-
ing the famous "smoke ball." It's
too bad we didn't have a baseball
team. Adlos, Deacon!
Basketball 2, 3, 4.
One certainly has to give Ruth
credit for being earnest. She is
a hard worker. We know that
she has the ability to hold her
own in all matters-anytime, any
place, anywhere. We don't have
the slightest idea what Ruth ls
going to be,
Dramatic Club, Girl Reserves.
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Meet Joe, the unassuming
member of our class, who ap-
pears bashful, but really isn't.
The only time he is at ease with
the world is when he has every
lesson prepared. Thoroughness,
Rita sure does enjoy life-
dances, parties, clubs, shows, etc.
She is a very happy person and
never seems to have any troubles,
We hope her future will be a
Dramatic Clubg Carmelite Staff
4: Girl Reserves.
Phyllis Regina Chimoch
Here we have one of the jol-
liest girls in our class. Phyllis,
although industrious, is very
friendly and willing to aid any-
one. She intends to finish her
education at Temple. We know
she will be a success.
Genevieve is a. thrifty, thought-
ful, and busy young lady. She
is quite reserved, and not even
slightly interested in boys. Gene-
vieve is a great asset to our class
and we will feel honored to
graduate with her.
Glee Club 3, 43 Girl Reserves.
Alexander Harry Coren
Harry is the star debater in all
of his classes. There is only one
objection to his talkative nature
-when he starts you can't stop
him. This leads us to believe
that he'l1 be our first Socialist
Debating 1, 3: Oratorical 33
Glee Club 43 Carmelite 43 Hi-Y.
Frank Joseph Coveleskl
"Covie" is the happy-go-luck-
lest boy in the class. After a big
night at a dance he comes to
school for his sleep. Frank is
going to be an interior decorator.
If you remember the decorations
at the Junior-Senior Hop you
will agree that he will succeed.
Track 1, 23 Glee Club.
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J 0561111 D0li!l5kY Mary Donohue
"Joe" is our future druggist,
who comes to school with half
closed eyes. But they're not from
experimenting with new elements
or compounds or formulas. Well
"Joe" discover some new scienti-
fic field when you enter Temple
Minstrel 4: Operettag Hi-YQ
George John Doviak
George is one of the many
students who daily journey from
Marion Heights to attend M. C.
H. S. We are greatly indebted
to Marion Heights, for George
has done some good work in his
four years here. So long!
Edward John Donkochick
If "Eddie" isn't talking about
dancing, he is drawing cartoons.
"Eddie" expects to be a com-
mercial cartoonlst, so, in years to
come if you happen to see a real
clever cartoon look for the E. J.
E d i t o r-in-Chief Carmeliteg
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Crchestra 4g Glee
Mary is a happy, jolly little
lady who sees the bright side of
everything. She is a. good friend
and a jolly classmate. In her
trip through life we hope she will
Commencementg D r a m a t 1 c
Club: Girl Reserves: Carmelite
Dorothy Mae Edmiston
"Dot" came to us in her senior
year, and has gained in popular-
ity ever since, Dot isn't quite so
demure as she looks-she's quite
talkative. "Dot" is quite a ten-
nis player as well as a good pian-
ist. She expects to further her
studies at Lock Haven.
Girl Reserves, Minstrel.
Alfred Donald Edwards
Donald is one of the quiet boys
which every class possesses. He
comes to school, moves quietly
through the day and retums
home, but he leaves an impres-
sion of sincerity and earnestness.
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