St Marys High School - Per Annos Yearbook (Cortland, NY)

 - Class of 1938

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SENIGRS CHESTER ADESSA "Chet", as he is popularly lcnown, is the type of pupil that St. lVlary's is proud to call her own. l-le possesses courage, leadership and initiative. l'lis football ability alone is sufficient to place him in St. Marys hall of fame. Chet has busied himself for four years with numerous extra-curricular activities, including the freshman class presi- dency, dramatics, debate and various committees. St. lVlary's is proud of her future admiral, for Chet has designs on Annapolis. RITA COOMBS "Rita" has been the mother in every histrionic venture since the third grade. She toolc her first role in the "Jimmie" plays and ended by giving a more than creditable performance in senior dramatics. Her musical ability is exhibited in the Glee Club and on the dance floor. Rita's charm and generosity, her efficiency as a class secretary, her worlc on dance committee are all so well known that it is unnecessary to expound them. BERNARD JOHNSON "Bernie's" dulcet tones have won him the appropriate title of uBingH. Although he is not very tall, he is a powerful fellow and his fame as a football player has been fully earned. ln spite of his phlegmatic nature he has proved himself a debater of no little prowess. Often we are forced to do without "Bing's,' witty remarlfs, for a gloomy day invariably finds him home in bed. 12

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SENIORS FRANCIS SNYDER "Fritz", "Fly-trap Fanny", "Willie Baxter" Snyder is a refreshingly adolescent oasis in a desert ol over-drawn sophistication. Fritz glee- fully abandons senior dignity in Favor of a delightfully boyish capri- ciousness. l-le performed his duties as a class officer for two years and chairman of debates with the same zest that he played basketball and football, and with which he will play the game of life. NANCY CROSS Nancy is one of those amazing persons who are blessed with a multiplicity of talents. Besides being the "intellectual" of our class she is really "tops" at the drawing board, as is proved by her worlc as Art Editor of the Per Annos and Sodality Star. Outside of our own circle we have heard that she has a reputation for shyness, but, frankly, we doubt it. ROBERT REYNOLDS "Bob" is our happy-go-luclcy Ring of the dance. ln his serious moments he leans to the intellectual rather than the athletic side. ln organized debating or friendly argument his tongue is as nimble as his feet, and his eFFervescent humor brightens the most serious discussion. When Bob isn't being the white hope of the lVlohican Company, he is usually wrapped in dreams about something--or someone. 1111



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SENIORS BERNARD RYAN 'Barney' '... raven lwaired, rosy-clieeked, clear-skinned Robert Taylor of St. Marys, lwas proved liimsell an able assistant editor ol "Per Annosn. l'le is a real sportsman, excelling in outdoor activities. On ice, lie cuts a perfect Figure eiglit, on slci run or diving board, lie is a symphony in motion. lncidentally, Barney is strong for Syracuse University . . . not for educational but For coeducational reasons. MARY ELLEN VORMWALD Mary Ellen is lier name, you spell it p-e-r-s-e-v-e-r-a-n-c-e. IF you're looking For someone to be presidentolyour sodality, lceep traclc ol your Financial affairs or teacli you capability, l1ere's your girl. ln spite ol l'1er lwardy New England virtues, Mary Ellen is outwardly as sliy and demure as the proverbial violet . . . and just as sweet. THOMAS KERNAN "lVlil4e", the typical lrislwman and sportsman, was crowned sports- Ring in his junior year. He led tlie grand marcli down tlwe Football Field and did equally as well For tlwe "Blue and Gold" on the basket- ball court. l-lis wit and easy going manner rate lwim as one ol tl'1e best. lVlil4e entered highschool ontlie Russian Five-year Plan, H31

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