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8 VOX COLLE- qi Miss Gladys Jackson Miss . Gladys Jackson, Newcastle, Ont., came to the Colipg ' e two years ago. Attracted to the Elocution de- partment, she became an ardent stu- dent and a joy to her teachers. Faithfully she worked either m class work or Normal training, and be- came a pleasing personage on the platform. She has fulfilled several engagements in the surrounding towns and gives promise of being very popular, especially in children ' s characters. Gladys has a sweet dis- position, and has many friends among the students, but shows a preference for one, her great friend Alice. No. 28 Upper Francis was the scene of many of their struggles over their lessons, and it was also the scene of many victories. She goes home to rest for th summer and to gladden her mother ' s heart, for she is a daughter to be proud of. Miss Georgie Langmaid From " Meadow Flats, ' Courtice, Ont., came the frir ' -nr-i litth Polly, Miss Georgie Langmaid. Our Georgie spent her early school days, days full of the careless and happy frfcdom of childhood, in the Courtice Public School. There it was, no doubt, that her sweet, sunny disposi- tion was deve ned, with which we became acquainted when in 1909 she became an e " ' - " - ion student tbp 0. L. C. Since that time she has been pressing forward to her gofil, namely, the degree of M.E. The faithful per formance of her duties, at all t mes, has endeared he to us. As Vi e President of the Derta Sig- ma Sororfty, and as a Vox reporter for the elocution department. she strove to do her part, winning thereby the respect of the P " irls. In the davs and vears that are to be, we wish Gporffie all success and hap- piness in her chosen work.
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vox COLLEGII 7 Miss Ecrnicc Green Our American orator, Miss Bemice Green, by some known as " Bud, " is from the (Jrecnhouhe Gardner, Illin- ois. Twelve . ears were spent in the Gardner PuIdUc and High Schools, and in 1910 she favored our Canad- ian College with her presence. Ber- nice always presents a very demure appearance, but — ! we should °e her as J ' olonius before deciding. Many honors have been merited and given her. In her Senior yea; she was elected President of the Delta Si-nna Sorority, Counsellor of the ' ay Queen and one of the exe-cuUvc of the Y.W.C.A. staff. She will p-ive th-- or- ation at the graduation exerv ' s s, and be Alumnae cor) espondent for Delta Sigma 1912. Probably Ber- nice ' s strong point is her symp.nthy with every lonely girl, and her a ' Mive interest in all good works. 1n all the trying circumstances of College life, no one has ever heard a murmur againsi ary course of act ' on she pursued. Miss Gladys Hopewell Miss (Tladys Hopewell, known as " Glad, " came to the College two years ago, and decided to take up Commercial work. Her teach- ers found her faithful, and she has made a good graduate. Her cheery smile and constant state of happiness make her known and loved more than mere English could. When politics are being dis- cussed or election day is drawing near evtryone feels Glad an author- ity, on the questions of the day. She is capable of carrying on the wcig ' ht- iest arguments. She can argue with books and figures as well, and has convinced Miss Weir that she can " do, " for is she not otir only Com- mercial " gred ? " That the future holds for Gladys we cannot predict, but we wish her much happiness. Ot- taw a has certainly sent us some splendid girls this year.
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vox COLL EG II 9 Miss Elizabeth Lennox Elizabeth is a visitor from across the border. Living principally in Michigan, she attended the Colleg- iate there, and found time between the excitement and fun of public school life to graduate successfully in her fourth year. Braving the un- known terrors of the North, and anx- ious to gain a knowledge of Cana- dian life, she entered Ontario Ladies ' College as a student in the M. E. L. class of 1912, taking up first year university work. Her brilliancy and unfailing vivacity assured her from the start a lasting popularity. The M.E.L. class regrets exceedingly that " Betty " is not remaining to grad- uate. Receiving her diploma befox ' e she goes, she leaves for the States some days before the closing exer- cises commence. Her bright face and attractive personality will be much missed among the graduates of 1912. The thoughts and wishes of all go with her, along with the hope of her return to Canada in the fall. Miss Lila McAmnoond Miss Lila McAmmond has graduat- ed both in the Teachers ' Piano Course and in Vocal. Her undertak- ing has been a heavy one, and she has achieved marked success in it. For a time she left us to live in To- ronto, but after Easter Lfla found hei- way back to her old associates, and we were glad that she made such a good graduate, taking first- class honors in her vocal examina- tions. Her voice is a rich contralto, and Dr. Fisher thinks there is a fu- ture awaiting he ' -. She has always been very good-natured about as- sisting at the students ' concerts and has frequently criven ' ocal numbers at concerts in the neiqrhborine- towns- What the fates have in store for Lila wp pre unable to make out, but it is whisDered around that she expects to teach (?)
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