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20 THE ORIOLE DELRHEV FITZGERALD “ The secret of success is constancy to purpose.” Assistant Literary Editor; Historian of Class. Delrhey is our literary member of ’21. We all held up our hands in holy- horror when one day she quietly in- formed us that she usually spent about six hours preparing each day-’s lessons. We would not believe this from many people, but we have to accept it as the truth from her. We certainly feel sorry for the poor children who in fu- ture years will have to study her char- acteristics and contributions in American literature. TURUS FLOYD SOUTHERN “.4 man of many thoughts but few words. " “Turusee” is the most dignified of all the dignified Seniors, possessing his own dignity and also that of all the others. But he has lapses from that most unnatural state and during these lapses the fur flies in the Senior room. MYRTLE EDITH WISLER “ To know her is to love her.” One look at that artistic dimple tells you it would take, indeed, a hard heart to withstand her winsome smile. If worry causes wrinkles and gray- hair Myrtle will never grow old. for she loves a good time. She can, however, bear responsibility when it is thrust upon her. She is one of our smallest seniors but we know her smallness is confined to size only.
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THE ORIOLE 19 MARGARET FINLEY DRAPER “ Her presence lends its warmth and health to all who come before it. " President Senior Class: Manager Basketball Team ’l ( )-’20, ’20- ' 21; Secretary Literary Society; Vice-President Athletic Associa- tion; Editor-in-Chief of “Oriole”; Most popular in “Who’s Who.” No one girl has given more gener- ously of her services to her class than Margaret. Whether being an actress, playing basketball, working to make The Oriole a success, or iust being a high school student, we find that she is equally successful in all. Refined and congenial, she makes friends wherever she goes. MARSHALL A. SHUFF, JR. “ Easy come , easy go.” Vice-President Class ’21; Manager Football Team ’19- ' 20, ’20-’21; President Literary Society ’21; Treasurer Athletic Associa- tion; Athletic Editor “Oriole.” What would we do without “Hip” to manage the business affairs of ' 21, and also put on a most innocent and import- ant look when a teacher steps into the room at an unexpected minute? And at times you would think there was no doubt as to the most popular member when he relieves a most trying situation (especially in geometry class) by ringing the bell just in the nick of time. In his study of medicine he carries with him the best wishes of the Class of ’21. JACQUELINE C. ROLSTON " The world were not so little, But her smile could make it sweet.” Treasurer Class ’21; Literary Editor “Oriole " : Treasurer Library Fund; wittiest in “Who’s Who.” Studying seems never to bother “Jack,” but she always stands well in her classes and she is the possessor of those charming faculties which win for her many friends. In spite of the fact that she is the author of many“epitaphs " she still retains her smile and rare good humor.
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THE ORIOLE 21 LOIS LOVIXIA ALBERT “She has a gift that’s rare, Her wit is keen — beware.” Athletic Council: Program Committee of Liter- ary Society, Second Term; Athletic Editor “Oriole.” When we think of Lois such associa- tions arise as a pair of laughing blue eyes, wavy brown hair and “un habit rouge.” In her dreams are visions of a Utopian land where lessons are never studied. Nothing can freeze her good humor — except perhaps geometry. But we all love her. so what more can we say? HARRY THOMAS PATTESOX “ And tho’ I hope not hence unscathed to go, Who conquers me will find a stubborn foe. " Captain Football Team ’19-’20, ’20-’21; Presi- dent Athletic Council ' 20-’2t; Most Ath- letic in “Who’s Who”; Business Manager “Oriole”; Prophet Class of ’21. “Pat” is the best all around sport in our class; otherwise he would not hate such fame as the Titian-haired giant of the P. H. S. football team. He is a jolly good fellow and we wish him all the success in the world. VERNA VIVIAN LUCAS “Worth, courage, honor, pride, these indeed Your substance and birthright are.” Ad. Editor “Oriole”; Program Committee Literary Society. Although Verna is one of the youngest students of the Class of ’21, she is one of the most studious, always learning her lessons well, and is looked upon as a model student. Like most girls, Verna likes pretty clothes and jewelry, but the morning she came to school with her luxuriant hair bobbed we gave an in- voluntary gasp.
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