Sweeney Day School - Katydid Yearbook (Harrisburg, PA)
- Class of 1947
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VVhosc wisdom, symputlmctic L1l1dCl'Still1diHg, and
unfuiling clcvotion to our NVL'H'lll'C lmvc been our constant
guide througlmout our yours at the Sweeney School.
lljisx ,fflgjiles lijclfiilcl
il 0 vnu. Miss Mzitulti, ti line musieiun amd at valued
lriend, we dedieilte this lwolx with deep 2ll'l-CCIiUl1 and
sincere ulmpreeizltiuii ol' your good will, friendly spirit. und
X'l'e will nlwtixs l'CINCllllJL'l' vnu as the one who made
the truditiomll Cnmlleliglit service ti beautiful and lasting
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The Katydid Staff
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Mary :Xnn Cullen
Mary .lame Sllcllcy
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Thoughts On Graduation
As we come to the end of our days at Sweeney
School, we realize that we must leave behind
us many associates who have become our close
friends. School has meant more to us than the
lamiliar "reading, writing, and arithmetic." We
have learned to work with people, to understand
them, and to respect their viewpoints. Over the
school books we have discussed important topics
ol' the day: in extra-curricular activities, such as
the publication of the Yearbook, we have merged
our etlortsg and in many school projects, includ-
ing the Christmas Clothing campaign, the Red
Cross and VVelfare drives, we have aided civic
and patriotic causes with friendly eo-operation.
Not only in the schoolroom have we derived
much joy from our friendships, but also on the
hockey Held and the playground. ln competing
with one another, we have gained lasting satis-
faction from good sportsmanship and lively
Our teachers, too, have added much to making
our school life an enjoyable memory. They have
been our instructors, yet at the same time our
Friends. It is largely through their efforts that
we have been able to receive the full benellt ol'
our education. ln preparing for Candlelight
service, Field Day, and the Shakespearean plays,
we have come to know and appreciate the per,
sonality of each one of our teachers.
A new day is dawning in the life ol' every
senior. As we look toward the horizon, we see
new worlds to be conquered, new friends to be
made. W'e will never Forget, however, the ones
with whom we have spent many happy years.
hlay those who follow in our footsteps likewise
partake of the delight and rewarding experiences
of friendship. A
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Xlrs. Xauslm Xliss Nlvlnrm Hrs. Hvntlm Miss Ann gN'l'l'I'IlX' Mrs. llnutriuh
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1929 LOOKING BACK- IQHT
Sweeney School Song
Sing x1ilI1 joy 11ml IHIIHIHIIICSS,
I.lIl wur xwncc ol l11'11iw.
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.XII nur days no will Iuc true
In 11111, our Swcc11L'1 SL-Iwnl.
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K A I Y D I D
NORMA LOUISE KElTll
Dorf! lil'IlL'L' Mc ln" "Narnia"
Patron Manager ol Tm? KATYDID. '46, '47
llonor C'oli1t11ittvc, '-I-6. '47
cil1l'lSIH1ilS Dance Committee, '46
L1lll'lSllllilS Clothing Drive, '46
Norman is tlic glamour girl ol' tlic Senior class, always calm uncl
sumo. ln In-r little gran Ford lillccl with Seniors, wc soc licr rushing
up Scconcl Struct just us tlw lust In-ll is nluout to ring. XXVL' wisll you
tlic licst of luck LllN'llyS, Norma, and wc will lie watching for your
piumurc on tlic cover ol' cvvrx' l113lg1lZll1L'.
SUSANNE SCI IEFFEIR
"l,l7flClICL' and Fortitzrrlew "Susie
Editor-infChief of 'l'm, KNIXDIU, '47
Circulation Manager of Till? Ka'1'x'nio, '46
Honor Committee, '45, '46, '47
Christmas Clothing Drive. '44, '45, '46
Captain of Gold Team, '46
Sue is one ol' our most outstanding senior girls, and we lynou
that success will he hers no matter what field she may choose. This
year she honored us, as a class and a school, hy winning the State
llssay Contest. Not only is she a shining light scholastieally. hut a
hoclyey star as well. ln fact she is a typical all around girl. Wfheneyer
you neecl some help. Susie is always there, lrienclly ancl tlepenclahle.
Lots of lucly anal the hest of wishesl
UIIQVXN SCI ILEISNEIR
' lhnsimm txlilll1lgL'l'lli' 'ling K.x'1x'nin, '46, '47 I
Honor L'lllllllliIlfL'U, '45, '46, '47
c'ilI'iSllIhI5 Clothing Drivc, '44, '45, '40
L'tl'L'LlI7lilil1 oi' Green 'l'CllIll, '45
Nl' cannot inmginc whzlt wc would hawc dons throughout
thcsc past fcw yours without Ylcain, with l1L'l' L'iiiL'iL'l1I anal business'
likc UHF' oi' getting things cionc. llcr CH'L'l'X'C5L'k'I1I personality and
Lccn wit luwc nmdc hcr gi womlcrful and unlorgcttuhlc friend. VVL'
nchnirc hor, too. for hcl' scholastic zlcliicvclncnts. May you attain
cvci'y goal for which you strive, .ICLIIL :incl wc wish you thc hcst
if. KATYDID iw?
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"l'lm1'x llflmi I Like fllzmzt The South" "lJcl1lrie"
Liternrv Editor ol' rlillh KATYDID, '47
Christmas Dnnee Cornmittee, '46
LillI'iSlIllKlS Cluthing Drive, '46
Debbie is another ol' those Southern luclles, hailing slruigln lirum
.Xtlunta, no less. She has heen here only u year, but to us all she has
heeome ai dear friend New ns she leaves, we wish her all kinds ol
luelr in the liuture, whatever it inuy he. KI10XYil1g Dehhie. we feel
than she will always he happy-wherever he isl
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Christmas Dance Committee, '46
Christmas Clothing Drive, '44, '45, '46
Sally has endeared herself to us all with her lovahle manners
and even disposition. VVQ could always count on her to save any
situation with a hearty laugh. Sally, where do you get your energy?
VVe guess lrom all those delicious chocolate lnarshmalloxv nut
sunclacs. A lot ol' happiness to you, Sally, wherever you go!
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MARY EDYTHE SHELLEY
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Ude To The Senior Class
Oh lofty class of '47
VVho run our school as though sent from heaven,
Ytu six important graduates,
VVe toast you, dear old Sweeney mates.
Susie and ,lean and Sally dear,
Deborah, Dottie, and Norma here.
They've done so well, each girl her part,
They've won a place in every heart.
Susie, our editor, our chief indeed.
ln each activity she takes the lead:
On her violin she sure does Hddle
Till the doors are closed hy Mrs. Little.
Then Sal, our pal, will leave us too.
Friends like Sal are all too few:
At hockey Sally gained her fame,
V'etor'ous she was in every game.
Then lean, our repertorial queen,
Towards comedy she seems to lean:
Though towards tragedy her audiences inelim
lt's good that Shakespeare is supine.
Our Norma is of the glamour group:
ller fame lies with some Hollywood troupe.
VVith gleaming nails and slinking hips,
A Power's model could take her tips.
Of Dottie's motto we now shall speak.
"To me Vick's salve is quite a treat."
Ar "R and Dish she's always happy,
Vicks and sundaes keep her snappy.
Oh Debbie, dear Debbie, well miss you "oz
You have the answer to each question, we knows
We haven't known you very long,
But to you we also sing this song.
Farewell, farewell, you seniors six:
VVith the big wide world you soon will mix.
Good luck, success, and happiness,
XVe wish to you the very best!
WY ,, Y,
Flights of Fancy
'lhe land ol' fairies is romantie and bright,
Aglow with warm sunshine and golden light.
The elves and snrites skim hanilv alonv,
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VVhistling a tune and singing a song.
.X pretty little fairy with a rosy hue
ls sitting on a flower, sipping drops ol' dew.
ller silken robe and golden hair
Are softly blown by the eool morn air.
l'he beautiful queen in a silver gown
Views the subjects ol' her joyous town.
lhey hail her and ery, "Long live the Queen!"
Ne'er more alfeetionate elves were seen.
l'he ellin ehildren are playing in glee.
l3rolieking gaily around a tree.
lhe babies are soft and pink and new.
Rocking in cradles of heavenly blue.
liairies are creatures happy and gay.
Cheerful and merry every day.
They run, jump, skip, and dance.
,Xnd fill our hearts with love and romanee.
lilly Lou Arnold
Late one fall day a ehilly breeze
illouehed some leaves ol' the trees:
Each cluster was tinted with glorious shades
Ol' autumn erimsons and ambers and jades.
Cone are the joys of sun-led days:
Cone the fair flowers and warming ray sz
No longer will grain and barley sway
ln the languid breeze of a summer day.
iljhe birds, whose instincts are sharp and Leen
No longer inhabit branehes ol' green:
ililhey have taken their llight to a warmer elimt
And will not return until lilae time.
lhe pungent smell ol' ripened eorn
i-Xnd the hoary lirost ol. a day newfborn
,Xml the fiery glow ol' the inlinite slay
Clive warning ol' summer's departing ery.
hlary Edylhe Shelley
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Candlelight ServiceffDecember, Nineteen Fortyfsix
ICATYDND 1947 3
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A pudgy snowman
Sat on the land.
Ile had a big fat nose
And a big fat hand.
His eyes were of coal:
Ilis nose was a carrot:
And on his head
Sat a little parrot.
Sarah I. Fanassy
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Down on the farm
There is a barn,
In which we like to play.
The hay is soft
Up in the loft.
And there we like to stay.
The pigeons coo,
The cows go "moo,"
And the hens run about all dav.
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As I went walking through
And saw the graceful trees,
I thought of Mother Nature.
Her animals and her bees.
I looked around about me
To see the pretty brook,
And saw it babbling nicely
Along the path it took.
As I stood there watching
That very little stream.
It seemed to make me think
That I had had a dream,
Cue day I went I:obsledding.
I hit my head against the sled
And thought that I was dead.
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VVhen I went to bed last night,
Outside the door the big tree was all white
Wfhirling gusts of starrv flakes,
Houses changed to frosted Cakes.
Tomorrow we will have lots of fun, I know
Because God gave us all this snow.
TI IE BIG BIRD
NVhen I was in Grand Canvon.
The higgest bird I saw,
VVas sitting on a roek,
Eating a can of NeIIie's slaw.
Ile jumped when he saw me:
Straight at me he flew.
But I moved aside,
And he landed in a stew.
VVhen he came out of there.
Ile looked like a heel,
For on his head there was
A German Christmas seal.
VVhen he was done with that,
He was red with rage.
So hurry, dear readers.
And turn this page.
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One night Susie was walking in her garden with
her four little kittens prancing behind her. All of a
sudden a dog hy the name of Blackie started to chase
her. The four kittens popped into a hole in the screen
door, and Susie was so frightened that she ran up a
Then the dog decided to give up. After the dog
had gone away, Susie tried to come down from the
pole, but she couldn't. She started to howl, and she
howled until all tht- neighbors were awake.
Shoes, buck-sl'ot, tin cans, and alarm clocks started
flying. Someone said, "Throw some wate." "VVater, is
there a fire?" inquired a neighbor. "lt's the Jones'
house. I see smoke coming out of the kitchen window.
fall the fire department," they shouted.
Meanwhile. Mrs. jones. who always enjoyed a mid-
night snack, had decided to make pancakes. After
putting the cakes in the pan. she thought of hair
curlers and ran up the stairs, forgetting all about her
In the meantime, the night was filled with the
elanging and screaming of fire engines. At this time
Mrs. Jones smelled the smoke of her burning pancakes
and carrie down into the kitchen. The firemen now
had the hose attached. A spray of water hit Mrs.
liinally, al'out one o'elo"k, everything was settled.
The firemen brought Susie down from the pole. while
Mrs. jones made more pancakes and the neighbors
slept soundly the rest of the night.
Grade 5 I
Up in the air he flew.
And dived straight at me.
llut I dodged neatly,
And he hit a birch tree.
After he hit the tree,
Ile killed himself that way.
I took one more look,
And then I trotted away.
THE CROSS OLD OWL
The big barn owl. with a terrible scowl,
Called down to the horse who was eating of course
"Stop it! I say, this crunching all day,
This stamping around in the straw and hay."
"My sleep at its best is sleep without rest,"
Growled the owl to the mule and the various fowl.
"It's sleep that's no usema dreadful abuse-
'lihis cackling along with the hiss of the goose."
"An old hollow tree would be better for me,"
Ile cried from the loft when an animal coughed.
"I'd be all alone in a hollow tree home.
With neither a caekle, a sneeze, nor a groan."
Ar down, then. he flew to a tree that he knew
"I'II sleep and I'Il sleep in this silence so deep!
If any come near with a noise I can hear.
I'II scare them away with a terrible leer!"
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1891 FIFTY-SIX YEARS OF PERSONAL SUPERVISION I947
E. G. HOOVER
jEXVELER AND SILVERSMITH
25 North Third Street Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone 8876
THE HOUSE WITH A REPUTATION
Pennsylvania Supply Company
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208 NORTH THIRD STREET 1
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101 South Front St.
, Phono 9375
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EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE
Pl IONE SMI
Millefs Furniture Store
FRED B. HARRY
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40 NORTII THIRD STREET
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BUILT TO YOUR DESIRES AND SPECIFICATIONS
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Kezfbeerine Sweeney Dezy Sebool
Aircraft-Marine Products, Inc
l523 North Fourth Street
Cc mpliments of
317 Market Street
LAIRD and HAOEE REGAL
COWJANY LEATHER GOODS
110 N. Second St. Phono 5-0561
CNext to Old Y.M.C.f'1.D
And Small Leather Goods
ROl3llR'I' SIUXRR HALPII R. FARINA
STARR and F!-XRINA MOTOR COMPANY
DHSOTO mul PlfYMOLl'I'll . . . Sales and Svrriu'
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Blue Ribbon Winner Milk
I947 FARM SHOW CHAMPION
HOOVER A J' B- LEE
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NEW CUMBERLAND, PENNSYLVANIA
ff 33 YEARS OF PLUIXIRINC 8: IIEATINC SERVICE L
H. B. McClure Company Inc.
Plumbing - Heating - Oil Burners
Stokers 6: Water Softeners
- FUEL OIL -
ISIS DERRY STREET PHONE 51216
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
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302 IXIurI4ct Strcct
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FRIEND Corset Shoppe
Arnold Coal 81 Supply Co.
Pl lONli 5358i FOUNDED IN 190-4
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450 NIARKEVI' S'l'RliI1'l4 IIARRISBLIRG, PENNA.
EMILY I"I. C. Koons
fifth avenue Fancy Groceries
600 North Third Street 1737-1741 North Third Street
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Harry I-I. Buch
The Prescription Pharmacist
Career GirIs' 'Z-
SECOND AND STATE STREETS
Sfffff PENN-HARRIS HOTEL BLDG.
OVER 568,000,000 LIFE INSURANCE IN FORCE IN CENTRAL PENNA.
WILLIAM A. ARNOLD, II, GENERAL AGENT
TIIE PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURAN
STATE STREET BUILDING, HARRISBURG, PENNA.
1847 OUR HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY I9-I7
RUTH M. IVIAEDER I
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PI IUNE: 3-0558
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your 1'CLlLlIl'ClllCI1tS, and wc will maintain an a1cIc- I
quatc supply in tI1c tank.
WALLIS COAL COMPANY I
223 PI N E S"I'REET
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WHOLESALE FRUIT AND
I 4-0 I 48 4-0 I 49 I
I I 2-I I4 South Second Street 4
6 SOUTH FOURTH STREET
BUDDIE FINE FOODS
LOUIS LEI-IRMAN AND SON
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PI IONE +6168
-.- MEIVIORIALS -.-
I Z4 South Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania
The M010 Tilcher
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LIZSLIH Y. IBENTLEY, Prcsidwzt
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' ,T PHONE 3-2954
N , Hupuirirzg Om' Specialty
HATS Davis Jewelry Store
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5 N. THIRD S'l'REli'l'
X l N. Third St. llarrisburg, P
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Ifor Tlmt Snack liezwvcn Classes .
GEORGE 6: FRANS'
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KATHARINE SWEENEY DAY SCHOOL
WITH BEST WISHES
FROM A FRIEND
Sul1ivan's Service Store
204 VERBEKE STREET 1
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