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ELIZABETH R. MATHENEY “God shall be my hope, my stay, my guide, and lantern to my feet. " June Bug Club; Treasurer Dramatic Club; Ad Editor Oriole; U. S. Club. “Liz” is not all seriousness — do not think it. Her ambitions are high, her aims are lofty and there is no doubt in the minds of any of us that she will accom- plish them. But all of this does not cause her to wear a “mule face,” but rather one always radiant with a smile. She has too much of the Irishman in her not to enjoy life. “Liz” is so accomplished in various phases that she could pass in life as a speaker, an actress, or a missionary — but we all believe she will choose the latter. MAMIE RUTH RUSSELL “A kmd and gentle heart she has, To comfort friends and foes. " June Bug Club; Dramatic Club; U. S. Club; Assistant Art Editor. A good pal is “Piggy” — bright happy, and merry. Perhaps Mamie seems to be worried before a test or an exam, but she always succeeds in passing them. Dancing is her favorite sport; also there is some at- traction for her in the Freshman room — we wonder? Bet you can guess! 18
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HENRY G. FOGLESONG ' ‘ Exceeding wise, fair spoken, and persuading.” Dramatic Club; Assistant Club Editor. What would the Class of ’23 be without Henry? He helps us put away our cares and troubles. He doesn’t mind be- ing teased about girls but takes it like a sport. He isn’t even bashful enough to mind going to the board and putting up Geometry figures which is a great deal more than can be said about the rest of us. He is a football player and a good one, too. We are expecting Henry to put the same “kick” into life that he does in football. DAISY MAY E. NELSON “ All the gods go with you. Upon your sword sit Laurel Victory and smooth success be strewed before your feet.” June Bug Club ' 22; Dramatic Club; U. S. Club; Assistant Literary Editor Oriole. One might think Daisy would be handicapped by so lengthy a name, but she isn’t, and we are all proud to have her in our class. With Daisy lessons come first, then good times. She sometimes comes to school look- ing somewhat sleepy as the re- sult of “burning the midnight oil,” but if there is a party in view Daisy is right there, wil- ling to do her share, and when she takes things into her capable hands one would think we had been visited by the “wee folk” — so rapidly and smoothly does the work progress. Altogether, she is a real “daisy.” 17
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ROBERT LANDIS BUNTS “Look, he is winding up the watch of his wit; Presently it will strike. " Joke Editor of Oriole; Treasurer of Literary Society ’22; Sergeant-at- Arms ' 23, first term; Vice-President Literary Society ' 23, second term; Squeaker ' 23; Honorary member of Bachelors; Dramatic Club; Editor- in-Chief of Newsless Gazette; Prophet of ’23; June Bug Club ' 22. There is no one in high school who has not had a laugh over ‘‘Gi’s” jokes. And who could wear a more innocent expres- sion than he does? He loves a bit of an argument now and then, but is usually so full of good-natured fun that he is able to break down the “stern” reserve and dignity of the teach- ers. If you have never seen Gi dressed up as a little boy in “Buster Brown” collar and “shorts” you have, assuredly, another laugh coming your way. NANNETTE ELIZABETH LIVINGSTON “ Most prudent, of an excellent And unmatched wit and judgment.” Treasurer of ’22- ' 23; Associate Editor of Newsless Gazette; Dramatic Club; Literary Editor of Oriole; June Bug Club ’22. Don’t think that Nance is merely quiet and studious, for there is no one any better natured than she. It is to her, too, that everyone goes when seeking advice, for her judgment is always so much sounder than anyone’s else. But, do you know that on the stage she can take the part of the sauciest, most impertinent, little Irish maid? So, you see, Nance has a complex personality — ever changing and delightful.
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