Downingtown High School - Our Year Cuckoo Yearbook (Downingtown, PA)

 - Class of 1922

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1() THE CUCKOO ®fje Cuckoo taff = 1922 Top Row {reading from left to right): Harvey Fishburn, Faculty Advisor; Mary Jane Dow’in, Junior Exchange Editor; Mildred Pecket, Senior Alumni Editor; Joseph Huggins, Junior Associate Editor; Anna Eby, Junior Joke Editor; Alton Connell, Junior Assistant Circulation Manager; Martha Benner, Senior Exchange Editor; Theresa Franceba, Senior Joke Editor; Francis Tweed. Second Row: George Sener, Senior Assistant Circulation Manager; Horace Carpenter, Senior Athletic Editor; Sara Baeh, Senior Literary Editor; Mildred Barrett, Senior Music Editor. Bottom Row: Eugene Foster, Junior Assistant Business Manager; William M. McFarlan, Business Manager; Paul C.Gast, Faculty Advisor; J. Richard Neill, Editor-in-Chief; R. B. Taylor, Faculty Advisor; George Bousum, Senior Assistant Business Manager; William Mahan, Senior Associate Editor.



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18 THE CUCKOO Honorably and Courageously Mildred A. Pecket, ’22 ONORABLY and Courageously is an inspiring motto to all those who hear and will heed it. Every young American boy and girl has an ambition hidden deep down in their heart to accomplish something. The more that is learned of great men such as Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt and Edison, the more insistent becomes this desire. When we study the histories of these men we would like to do something great, so that we could be spoken of as typical Americans. Roosevelt was considered a typical American. Was he? You and I are Americans. Do we possess the qualities he had? He was honorable and courageous. Roosevelt was not a typical American. His qualities put him above the average. He can not be used as an illustration to others as a type of the Americans. When we see the great things such men as these have accomplished we feel discouraged. We may not have wealth, health, position, education and knowledge which these men possessed. However, environment or physical heredity do not make us either great or small. It is our individual self. Those things can be obtained. Washington, it is true possessed wealth, health and position, but are these the things we learn of in history? No, it is because of his honor and courage we learn of him today. He possessed courage or would he have attempted to organize a government under the conditions he did? He was treading an untrodden path. He attempted something no one else was willing to do. And he had the courage to carry out his plans which proved to be successful. Lincoln is another whose noble deeds we love to study. He was the soul of honor. Was his environment good? Yet these small things did not keep Lincoln down. Abraham Lincolns’ motto was: “All Things Are Possible”.

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