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Page 13 text:
LOWELL H. FISHER.
Football (2); Basketball (2); President of the Literary Society; Boys’ Glee Club; “H. C.”
“Fish” is some bird, believe us. His flight to Glen Loch are especially spectacular. Lowell’s future might be said to be that of a trapper.
MAR G U E R E 'I'T F LINN.
The quiet girl of our class.
We wonder, Marguerett, if Wilmer enjoyed his visit one Sunday.
(“Yap” and “Cinders”)
Football (2); Basketball (2); Track; “H. C.”
We expect that John will some day wander West and there win renown and high position as a gun man with his "gat.” Seniors, do you remember the eventful day when you were Freshmen and “Johnnie” sat on a tack. “Johnnie” was “Troco’s” worthy assistant in the furnace room.
Page 12 text:
Girls’ Glee Club; Senior Girls’ Quartet.
Selda’s ideal of a REAL man is a seven-footer, a middle boardwalk for the cooties and gray eyes. Mutt and Jeff for sho’.
WILMER B. DOLBEY.
Football 00; Basketball (3); Track (3).
Boys’ Glee Club.
One question we would all like to know is— why was Wilmer in Broad street station Friday night, April 11, at 11.30? Was there a faculty meeting, Wilmer?
Sports’ Editor of “The Cuckoo.”
Charles and his Dodge. The boy wonder. He had no “gas” in his gasoline tank.
Page 14 text:
Clara is the tallest member of the class as proven by the fact that her little “tootsie-woot-sies” don’t touch the floor when she is sitting down.
EMERSON N. GLAUNER.
Business Manager of “The Cuckoo”; Vice President of the Senior Class; “M. C. of H. C.“; Football (l); High School cheer-leader; Secretary of Boys’ Glee Club.
Here’s the official comedian of the class. Also the efficient business manager of The Cuckoo. Favorite occupation is hunting left-handed squares for workmen. Simply couldn't live without “Chrissie.”
Popular as a Boy Scout.
He’s “there,” gentle reader, even though he is "mamma’s boy.”
(“Bureau of Information”)
Can Anna talk? Just get her started. What would poor Anna do if they didn’t have a telephone in the office?
Suggestion to the School Board.
Honored Sirs:—Why spend good, hard cash on hot air systems and phonographs, when for probably a mere pittance you could secure Anna?
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