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LIGAN LAVENIA COOKE
Upper Port La Tour, Nova Scotia, Dec. 12, 1907
Class Secretary and Treasurer 13 Class Vice presi-
dent 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, President 4-
Student Council 15 2, 4, Junior Play Committee!
Graphic Stag 45 Pin Committee 1, Girls Clulg
1, 2, 3, 4, Gold Bug Stall 4, Prize Speaking 45
Future: Library School
Who is the most famous critic of the 20th century?
Cookie, of course. There's nothing she can't gii-Q
advice on. The Dramatics Club and all English
assemblies could never have succeeded except for
our literary genius.
AGNES LUCIA DORSEY
Greenfield. Mass., July 6, 1908 '
Dramatics Club lg Basketball 2, -lg Girls Club 2, 35
Glec Club 2, 3, 45
l"n1ure: North Adams Normal School
Agnes is one of the quiet ones in our class, Who
says little and does much. XVe donlt know much
about her except that she has a jolly smile and that
she sure can play bsalcetball, but we're ready to
back her to the limit in anything she intends to do.
WILLIAM CHASE DREHER
Berlin, Germany, April 28, 1907
Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Junior Plal'
Cast, Graphic Stall? 4, Science Club 3,
Future: Amherst College.
Here is the greatest detective author A. H- S' has
produced or will produce. He will soon put COM"
Doyle and Craig Kennedy out of business.
He has a very singular custom which is usually'
found in the male sex, namely that excruciatingand
obnoxious habit of taking apart anything that runs,
nr Should run and doesn't, to lind out what all lllf
DramaticS Club ic
Future: Southern '
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The more one 1
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Jtball field or
Girls Club 1, 2,
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ANNIE ELIZABETH BUKOSKI
North Amherst, Mass., September 20, 1906
Dramatics Club 1, -lg Basketball 1, Girls Club 1, 2,3
YVe suspect Annie foresaw the Gold Bug write-ups
and purposely refrained from getting in the public
eye, thinking to baflle us. But you can't keep a
good person down-and we know who stars in the
commercial classes. lVe know too that Annie has
her own ideas and is not easily shaken from them.
Firmness is a great asset in business, Annie.
ELIZABETH JANE CHAPMAN
RICHARD LEAPIN COMINGS
Cushman, Mass., January 30, 1908
Class Basketball 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, President 3g
Wvhen you toot your cornet with Paul 'Whiteman,
why not send us all Hcomp' tickets? 1Ve didn't
have the price last fall. ,
Boston, Mass., March -1, 1909
Vice President 35 Dramatic Club 25 Student Council
3, Basketball 3, 45 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, -15 Gold Bug
Stall, Glee Club 2, Science Club 3
The magnetic hold that mails have over Betty
is rather peculiar to say the least. Those bearing
one special postmark bring a real snap to her brown
If you want an honest opinion here's where you
get it-and whole hearted it is too. lt does us good
to know what people think about us. Betty, you're
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. 12, 1907
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SARAH ROWLA N D DL'DI.I2Y
Denver, Colorado, October 2, 1904
Dramatics Club 3, -1, Girls Club 2, 3, 4,
Future: Southern Seminary
Some rainy days have been considerably bright-
ened by the appearance of Sally in a bright red
sport costume in which she entirely outshines her
somberly dressed classmates.
The more one knows Sarah the better one likes
her. She is a good pal and what higher praise could
be given? f
CHARLES BRUCE FAIRMAN
Springfield, Mass., October 9, 1909
Class Basketball 3, -1, Graphic Staff 3, 4,
Future: Amherst College
"I haven't done that far," and then he sits down.
A good alibi, but it won't last long. He's done some
corking work on the "Graphic" Stalrt though.
"The Lord jeff" will be the hot paper when he
becomes its editor.
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ALLEN D. ELWELL
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Amherst, Mass., September 18, 1908
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, President 4, Class Football 1, 2,
Dramatics Club 3, -lg junior Play Cast 3, Pro
Future: Amherst College
Some day 'iTubby" will wake up and know what
it is all about. He lives in our class somewhat like
a spectator of mankind. He donates, the rhythm to
Nliss Samuel's orchestra and makes the music
marchable, a feat seldom accomplished in A. H. S.
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