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

 - Class of 1922

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36 THE CUCKOO The Torch Light—Madisonville High School, Madisonville, Ky. Style of paper very poor. Good exchange department. How about a few more jokes to make your paper more interesting. The Blue and White—Savannah High School, Savannah, Ga. Your joke editor better get to work or I would discharge him. Also your advertising manager. How about some alumni notes? Very good poems, but where are your stories? Onas—Wm. Penn High School for girls, Philadelphia, Pa. Your magazine shows the skill and cleverness which most girls possess. The Red and Blue—Jenkintown High School, Jenkintown, Pa. “The Lure of Nature” is a very interesting story. Your jokes are peppy and you have some excellent cuts. The Easttown Tredyffrin—East-town High School, Berwyn, Pa. Cartoons and a different cover would add attraction to your paper. Interesting stories. Your jokes display originality on the part of the editor of that department. Do not mix advertisments quite so much with other material. The Munite—Mount Union High School, Mount Union, Pa. Getting better all the time. Large number of original jokes. Good school news. Upi-Dah—Darby High School, Upper Darby, Pa. Your poets" corner is making a good start. Keep it up! Your literary department is not well developed. What is the matter with your exchange editor? The White and Gold—Woodbury High School, Woodbury, N. J. Your literary department certainly is good. It is much better than any other paper we have received. Good list of advertisements. More okes would help your paper. Maroon and White—Uniontown High School, Uniontown, Pa. Your paper is very interesting. Your literary department is exceptionally good. Very good idea to keep a school calendar. Of all issues received from you this one seems to stand out as best. Boyertown School New4—Boyer-town High School, Boyertown, Pa. The style of your paper is not at all attractive. No cuts. Good school news is only clever department of your paper. The Missile—Petersburg High School, Petersburg, Va. Why don’t you make your paper in a book form and make it more attractive? Nice list of advertisements. Literary department seems uninteresting. Maroon and White—Bridgeton High School, Bridgeton, N. J. Why don’t you try to make your paper more attractive. Put some pep into your paper. It seems to lack something which should be present in your paper. Brown and White—Greensburg High School, Greensburg, Pa. Your literary department is very interesting especially story entitled “House of Terror”. Your paper needs no criticism. It seems to be a very good paper. The Hill Echo—Dyersburg School, Dyersburg, Tenn. Do not par-

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THE CUCKOO 3.5 The Key—Battle Creek High School, Battle Creek, Michigan. You have a good paper, but it would be much more interesting with a few more stories. Your jokes are very good. Videttq—Lancaster High School, Lancaster, Pa. Your paper is very interesting from beginning to end. Your literary department shows very good talent. Very attractive cover. The Pennant—Pennant Publishing Co., Meriden, Conn. Your paper does not show very much school spirit. It is mostly advertisements. Why not have a variety? The Argus—Gardner High School, Gardner, Mass. Very good advertising committee. Alumni notes show good interest. Cuts might be more artistic. The Garnet and Gray—Lands-down High School, Landsdowne, Pa. Jokes very good, but a few more would be an improvement. Splendid interest shown in your athletic department. Occident—Rochester High School, Rochester, N. Y. The topics in brief are something new, aren’t they? Very good idea. Not much concerning your exchange department. Why don’t you give more opinions as to other exchanges. Good peppy jokes. Volcano—Hornell High School, Hornell, N. Y. You could improve your paper by making the cover more attractive. Why not more jokes? Put some pep in your literary department, it would be a great help to your paper. Your April issue has some keen jokes. The Pattersonian—Mount Joy High School, Mount Joy, Pa. Your class notes show good class spirit. Good athletic department. Good bunch of jokes, but as to your exchange department, your editor better get to work. The Dawn—Connecticut School for boys, Meriden, Conn. Table of contents missing. Your paper seems to be mostly stories. No cuts, why not? Makes paper more attractive. The story entitled “The Song’’ is very interesting. The Gleam—Johnston High School, St. Paul, Minn. Design on outside cover very attractive. Very interesting paper. “Sure signs of Spring”, very clever. Good Alumni department. Purple and White—Phoenixville High School, Phoenixville, Pa. Story entitled “False Evidence”. A very interesting one. Where is your exchange editor these days. Good advertising manager. Good cuts.



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THE CUCKOO 37 ticularly care for style of your paper. Material in your paper seems very good. Interesting poem entitled “Rabbit Huntin’’. Rara Avis—Swarthmore High School, Swarthmore, Pa. The cut representing the “Hall of Fame” of the class of ’24 is keen. Not any advertisements in your paper. No table of contents. Abington School Messenger Abington, Pa. News from different department very good. Attractiveness altogether absent. Bulletin Board—Port Jefferson High School, Port Jefferson, N. Y. Literary department well developed. Splendid school notes. A very neat little paper. The Carmelite—Mount Carmel High School, Mount Carmel, Pa. Your cover is very artistically made up. School notes show good school spirit. Keen jokes. Glad to hear of your good baseball team. The Catamount—Bennington High School, Bennington. Vt. Nice clear picture of your school. Literary department well developed. Exchange department not so well developed. Good athletic notes, considered a first class paper. Other Than High School The Crucible—Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa. Record—Louisville Vocational School, Louisville, Ky. Star of North—Technical and Vocational School, Virginia, Minn. The Tech Owl—Westinghouse, Technical Night School, East Pittsburg, Pa. The Sabre—Front Royal, Virginia. Blue and Gray—McCall Grammar School, Philadelphia, Pa. Papyrus—Greenville College, Greenville, 111. Aggie Tattle—School of Agriculture, Lincoln, Neb. Maroon and White—Gettysburg High School, Gettysburg, Pa. Good editorials. Splendid cuts. “Humor”, good name for your jokes. Credit should be given to person deserving of it. Give it to your editor-in-chief. Impressions—Scranton Central High School, Scranton, Pa. Table of contents missing. Where are your jokes? Why not have a few more cuts? Argiis—Huntington High School, Huntington, Pa. Very attractive cover. Table of contents missing. Otherwise very good. T ech T atler—T echnical H igh School, Harrisburg, Pa. Cover a very good illustration of “Spring”. The continued story “The Glass Blower ”, is very good. Good alumni notes. School dictionary good idea also your ad column. The Cliveden—Germantown High School, Germantown, Pa. Good interesting paper. Good cuts. Good cover design. Where is the table of contents? One of the best papers we have received. The Crimson and White—Milne High School, Albany, N. Y. Your literary department seems uninteresting. Your jokes under title of “ Sense and Nonsense ” are “ peppy ” but why not have more of them. (Continued on page 53)

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