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ECHOES FROM THE FOURTH YEAR V’irginia Snider: “I think so too.” Mary Burnett: “Yes suh! I want a squhhel fuh coat.” d ' heodore Hall: ‘‘Ladies and gentlemen, 1 am before you today, etc. ” Louise Hurst: ‘‘Oh, do go on!” Carl Bunts: ‘‘Now laugh, and show your ignorance.” Anna Smith: ‘‘Tristmus is tummin!” James Cu mmings: ‘‘1 am going to pick up my marbles and go home, ’cause you don’t cheat fair.” Daisy Lou Matheney: ‘‘Je suis contente.” Elizabeth Conner: ‘‘1-er don’t-er know-er, but I think-er.” Marie Hardy: ‘‘Lend me your razor blade.” Lena Grey: ‘‘By hokie.” Audrey Sasher: ‘‘We-e-1-1-1.” Lenis Hart: ‘‘Glad to do it.” Rhoda Neel Sheppard: ‘‘1 think that’s tacky.” Myrtle Myers: ‘‘The Jews that came over from Russia were Catholics.” Dorothy Spence: ‘‘O, let’s not go down.” Mildred Carson: ‘‘That’s quite the berries.” Selma Quesenberry: ‘‘Don’t let’s put Luther in it.” Mabel Coalson: ‘‘Now, don’t that beat you.” Louise Strauss: ‘‘Daisy Lou, where is the sugar at} " Ethel Lewey: ‘‘Well, that’s a new one to me.” Edgar Carrico: ‘‘No’m, 1 don’t know.” Virginia Roberts: ‘‘Great Jehosephat.” Margaret Brewer: ‘‘Good Hector, 1 rather think so.” Louise Kirkner: ‘‘Oh, is that so?” Virginia Roberts, ’25. Margaret Brewer , ’25. 40
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To Miss Finks, an English class that will some day be great poets and will hand in all written work on time. Also many thanks for her willingness to help us at all times in any under- taking. To Mr. Eckman, a French class that will some day learn to conjugate all irregular erbs and to pronounce “Monsieur,” and will come up with nothing less than ninety-nine for their marks. To Miss Fry, a Geometry class that will never discuss other topics while a proposition is being put on the board and one that won’t ask which propositions are important. To Miss Fleet, a Latin class that won’t think Aneas brought the arms of his body to Dido instead of his weapons and won’t have “tears as big as horse chestnuts in their eyes” when asked to translate. To Miss Davis, boys who will walk out quietly in an orderly line and never hght at the front of the room or lock each other in the cloak room. To one and all the memories of a pleasant high school career, as has been ours in the past. In testimony whereof, we have written and signed and do declare this to be our last Will and Testament. Anna Smith, ’25. 39
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ADIEU ’’ow it is past Why do we sigh? It is the last — My dears, good-bye. We ' ve never felt This way before In days we ' ve left — School days of yore. The arrow ' s flung, The tale is told. Our song is sung. In fields of gold We hope they ' ll land. We should not be On drifting sand — ' Twould be too free. We ' re glad to live — Not just to take. But we wotdd give Without mistake. And not forget The vision clear That has been set By those whom we revere. Rhoda Neel Sheppard, ’ 25 . 41
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