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(I , ,}•, Scnacharrib, Petty)
“A world of fun, and the life of his fellows.”
I . ,y, is like lightning when he once decides to do his studies, but still he is capable of producing a great amount of noise and other disturbances to worry the patience of his teachers.
Commercial Course; Basketball; Senior Play; Class Day; Cuckoo; (Business).
“Or light or dark, or short, or tall. She sets a spring to snare them all."
“Mickey” is one of the brightest members of our class, a conscientious worker, possessed of much ability.
C’omemrcial Course; Senior Play; Athletic Play; Salutatory Oration (Commencement.)
Carroll McClure, Jr.
(Dutch) (Cake Eater)
“lie is so good he would pour rosewater on a toad.”
You may hear this any day, “Lead me to the ladies, and I will do the rest." Since they’re Senior girls, you do not blame him, do you?
By the way, in consulting with Carroll regarding the baseball game withPenn-sylvania Institute for the Deaf, some one asked him, “Are these hoys dumb?” Carroll replied, “No, not all of them; some of them can write.”
Academic. Course; Male Quartette; Basket Ball; Foot Ball; Base Ball; Senior Play; Athletic Play; Cuckoo Joke, “Ed.”;Class Play.
“Think of me as you please.”
Roddy loves the ladies, and more than one—“tollhouse.” Old man moon has smiled many nights as Roddy comes skipping and bouncing all over the road in his Ford headed toward Bradford Hills as early as midnight.
Academic Course; Foot Ball; Senior Play; Basket Ball; Track; Exchange Editor “Cuckoo.”
Page 12 text:
“God bless the hoys,
1 love them all.”
Pearle would like to he “Ma” to all of them, hut good judgment says: “Take
one at a time.” She isn’t overly studious, hut—just so she has a date, and a ride in “The Express Wagon.” We hope some day instead of having a wagon she will he able to build a castle on the wonderful river, “Clyde.”
William Perry (Bill)
“A charming gallant would he he,
Vet 'tis said he did hut clumsily.”
Bill is neither too good nor too had. He'd love to go out with the girls, hut he does not know where to begin.
Commercial Course; Cuckoo (Business); Senior Play; Basketball; Class Day.
“She sports a witching gown With a ruffle up and down On the skirt.
She is quiet, hut not shy,
And there is mischief in her eye— She’s a Hirt.”
WE’VE told you all.
Commercial Course; Athletic Play; Class Day.
“Thing of me as you please.”
Grace comes to us from Thorndale. What she is asked to do, she does well and willingly. She thinks of only pleasant things; therefore, she is always bright and cheerful.
Commercial Course; Senior Play.
Page 14 text:
“How oft’ hath her dark eyes set some poor heart to whirling.’’
Ted’s the village vamp. She never worries about her lessons, but sometimes the thought of a long delayed note book will strike her forcibly.
Commerieal Course; Senior Play; Athletic Play; Basket Ball Manager; Class Day.
“Her stature tall,
I hate a dumpy woman.”
Helen is our jumping center of the Basketball Team, an all around worker, and a good sport.
Commercial Course; Senior Play; Basketball; Class Day.
“A winsome, wee thing.”
Though the smallest member of our class in stature, she is quiet, unoffensive and unobstrusive. We hardly know she is around except when she blithfully chirps out one of her occasional}' learned lessons.
Commercial Course; Mr. Moyer’s Private “Stenog.”
Ruth Gee (Hut hie)
Of all expression, that which cannot be is best
“Of every noble work, the silent part expressed.”
Unlike most girls she is known by her freedom from the desire to talk, a willing worker and ever trying to please. Commerieal Course; Class Day.
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