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we have had such good times; in which we have made so many friends; now must we leave you. And as the years pass, may we never forget you, our Alma Mater.
The staff wishes to take this opportunity to thank everyone in the school, faculty, and town who has helped to make The Cuckoo a success. Whether you wrote a story, for The Cuckoo, gave an ad, helped with suggestions, or helped us in any way, we assure you we appreciate your interest and ask you to support The Cuckoo as well, in the future.
Although it is not customary for us to speak of the work of the Editors of the various departments of The Cuckoo, I will now take the opportunity to congratulate Mary Jane Dowlin, Junior Exchange Editor, for her most excellent work in the Exchange departments of the first three issues of The Cuckoo.
I would like also, to congratulate William M. McFarlan, Business Manager of The Cuckoo, for his most able management of the same.
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— The Cuckoo —
Vol. IV Downingtown, Pa., June, 1922 No. 4
J. Richard Neill, ’22, Editor-in-Chief
Business Manager William M. McFarlan, '22
J. William Mahan,
Assistant Business Manager George W. Bousum, ’22
Sara E. Baen, ’22
Horace S. Carpenter, ’22 Alumni Editor
Mildred A. Pecket, ’22
Paul C. Gast Harvey
'22, Associate Editor
Assistant Circulation Manager George W. Sener, ’22
Martha Benner, '22
Theresa M. Francilla Art Editor
J. R. Neill, ’22
W. Fishburn R. B. Taylor
Published November, December, March and June June issue 25 cents.
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rp HE high school days for the Class of 1922 are now over, and we go out through the doors of old D. II. S. feei ng that we have won
HH|1 our four years’ struggle. Some of our class will continue their education in higher institutions of learning, while others will enter into the industrial and commercial work of the world. As the time draws near for us to bid farewell to our Alma Mater, a great sadness comes over us. Old 1). II. S., in which we have studied so hard; in which
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The Thirty-Fifth Annual Banquet and Reunion of the Downing-town High School Alumni was held in the Minquas Gynasium, Friday Evening April 21, 1922.
The Class of 1917 as honor class led the way into the banquet room, which was beautifully decorated with class pennants and colors. The Class of 1920 followed.
Edwin Baldwin, President of the Alumni Association gave an Address of Welcome to which Edward McCausland, as President of the Class of 1922,responded.
A fine banquet was served after which Mr. C. O. Benner of Coates-ville gave an Address. Mrs. Helen Usher rendered a Vocal Solo. Dr. Hutchison read resolutions concerning the late Dr. L. T. Bremerman.
The Class of 1922 then sang their High School song.
Commemorative Exercises were held in the High School Auditorium February 25, 1922, in honor of John R. Hunsicker.
The following program was rendered:
Invocation—Rev. J. Rodney Russell.
Solo—Miss Marian V. Philips.
Opening Address—Robert Fox, Attorney-at-Law.
Addresses and Eulogies by Co-Workers—Stacy E. Peters, Mary R. Swayne, Thomas A. Bork and George W. Moore.
Instrumental Duet—Misses Mabel and Kathryn Tyson.
Addresses by Former Students—D. Edgar Hutchison, M. D., Asa Pennebacker, Attorney-at-Law, W. Perry Tyson, Deputy Prothonotary of Chester County.
Presentation of Tablet by Edwin Baldwin, President of Alumni Association.
Acceptance of Tablet by L. T. Bremerman, M. D.
Benediction—Rev. Joseph Schubert.
The Tablet was placed in the High School Auditorium. It bears the following inscription:
“John R. Hunsicker, B. S. A. M.”
Superintendent of the Downingtown Public Schools 1898-1915 Educator, Benefactor, Scholar, Frierd.
In Grateful Remembrance Alumni Association.
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