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Page 15 text:
“A little bit of sarcasm,
A little bit of wit.”
Jack Seldon says anything but, when he does lie is recognized immediately as a member of the “Guthrieville Wits.” Academic Course; Guthrieville Basket Ball Team; Senior Clay; Class Day.
Virginia Clark (Dickie)
“Who mixed reason with pleasure,
“And wisdom with mirth.”
Virginia is the “baby” of our class. She has always been ahead of all the rest of us in her lessons. Her work is always up-to-date, but still she has lots of time for pleasure. The auditorium is her work shop. You can often see a young man "Neiling” near her side (?) I.ike that dear old state of Virginia, she is always bright and sunny; for all the Dicky-birds sing sweetly there.
Academic Course; Senior Clay; Literary “Kd” Cuckoo; Valedictory Oration (Commencement)
“If looking wise were wisdom. Then thou art wise indeed.”
George loves the country “lassies,” but when he is in our old “bourg,” he links this with his studies.
Commerieal Course; Senior Clay; Class Day.
“How pleasant it is at the close of the day,
N’o follies to have to repent.”
Elsie is classed among our most studious scholars. Her quiet reserve is not noticed when there are books or best friends around.
Academic Course; Commencement; Senior Clay.
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.
Page 16 text:
John Di Prospero
“Lacking some of Solomon’s wit and Wisdom.”
John never concerns himself about the “opposite sex,” hut we hope he will broaden his mind, and open his heart as the years roll by.
Commercial Course; Senior Play; Football; Baseball Capt.; Class Day.
“For love hath touched his heart.”
John belongs to the army now. All the fellows who have fallen for the fair sex belong to an army of their own. His position is that of “Pecket” duty. He is very loyal and stands by his post faithfully. From outside of the camp limits you may often hear the voice of a sweet young maiden calling: “Oh!
Johnnie, Oh !”
Commerical Course; Senior Play; Class Day.
"Had sigh'd to many though he loved hut one.”
Harlan carries the responsibility of the whole Senior Class on his shoulders. With all his work, and all his play he makes a regular High School fellow.
Academic Course; President of Senior Class; President of Literary; Captain of Basket Ball Team; Foot Ball Team; Senior Play; Class Day.
“I am Sir Oracle, and, when I ope my lips, let no dog hark.”
Gilbert does not associate much with our "crowd” he has enough to do “shooting over the counter.”
Comemreial Course; Class Day.
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