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Page 21 text:
l.ucille Beard Edna Becker
l ucille Brown Vililliam Brubaker
a pleasing manner . , . "laughter rich as wootl,
lantl music" . . . "ever lair and hind" . . .
'Isilhs itnil Hne array."
Girl Reserves l-Z.
ll'ho knows her smile has known a perfert
thing . . , fltlahilitu is her largesse.
DeVilbiss l-l-3: Student Council 4: News
Staff: Girl Reserves -li Senior Class Play.
"hair, hlark as the ravens wing' '.,.' 'Lets
her liqht shine without turning the spot on
herselt"' . . . sang froid . . . nose-qaus.
Boys' Glee Club l-Z-3: Junior Class Play: Class
Basketball l-23: Senior Class Play.
Man about town . . . a cheerful. self-reliant
munnet e,..' 'something royal in his walk"
. . . Snvuolhie.
Dorothy Bernicke Marcella Bowerman
Cornelius Burrows Margaret Chapman
Grariousness . , . rr soft alwstrarted air . . .
romposure . , . "sense and spirit sweetly mix-
Junior Class Play.
. . . life is just KI howl of i'hei'ries . , . a man-
ner hlithe and ilehonair , . . in action faith-
lul and tn honor rlear . .
Annual Staff: News Staff: Girl Reserves l-Z 3,
4: Girls' Glee Clulw 2-3--l: Basketball l-2-'S-45
Senior Class Play
fl merry heart doeth good like nnwlieine . . .
"Her gesture, motion. and her smile: her wit,
her uoire. all hearts heyuilef'
"From her, little troubles pass like ripples
ilouxn a sunny river" . . best and brightest
. . . "with .smiles she lit the hall."
Page 20 text:
l.ynn Vvloodward Donald Andrew
Marcille Armbruster Grace Marie Armstrong
Class Vice President 4: Student Council 4: An-
nual Stall: News Stall: Hi-Y l-Z-5-4, President
4: Boys' Glee Club l-Z-3-4, Vice President 41
.lunior Class Play: Class Basketball 1-2-3: Var-
sity Basketball 4: Tennis 3-4: Band 1-2-3-42
Orchestra 4: Senior Class Play.
In his eyes dwells mischief . , . small but
mighty . . . high school Rembrandt , . . 0091'-
present laughter . . . tlroll wit . . . "Large-
hruined. clear-eyezl, ot' such as he. .shall Free-
dom's young apostles he."
Class Secretary 4: Triangular l-3-4: Annual
Stall: News Stall: Girls' Glee Club Z-3-4: Girl
Reserves l-Z-3-4: Class Basketall 4.
"A mind you can sharpen your own on" . . .
opinions ot' her own . . . orutoricul wonder . .
Class Treasurer l-4: Triangular 3: Annual
Stall: News Stall: Girls' Glee Club l-2-3-4,
Secretary 4: Girl Reserves l-2-3-4, Treasurer 4:
Class Basketball 2.
"fl friendly lady wilh no l-lIL'OI'l-li' hate" . . .
pert-nniiil treasurer . , , 'ishe has the strange
.sweet yrttct' of violets."
Glee Club 4,
Laughing eyes . . . it smooth am-I steadfast
mind . . . "welcome Luhereuer she went" . . .
Nevah Mohler Mildred Spitler
XVilma Armstrong Victor Bassett
Class President l-3-4: Student Council 4: Tri-
angular Z: Annual Stall: News Staff: Hi-Y 2-3-
4. Treasurer. 4: Boys Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Pres-
ident 4: N Club 3-4: Football 3: Basketball 1-
2-3-4: Tennis l-Z-3-4: Band 2-3-4: Orches-
tra 3-4: Senior Class Play.
Speed .... s uns pareil . , . "peoples choice"
, . , energetic eyebrows . . straight-shooter
. . . "l'm abidin' my time" . . . distinctive
Annual Stall: News Staff: Hi-Y I-2-3-4. Vice
President 43 Track 3.
Intellectual giant . . . coyito ergo sum . . .
frimlzness . . . in reading as uoracious as a
shark . . . "with glint of iron in his eyes, hut
never doubt. nor yet surprise" . , . why should
life all labor be . . .
Grace Marie Armstrong
News Stall: Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4: Class Bas-
Const-it-ntiousness . . . uyreeitbility . . . sterling
silver . . . "so did'sI thou travel on lifes com-
mon wuy in cheerful goillinc-ss".
Triangular l-2-3: Glee Club l-2-'5-4. Vice
President 4: Class Basketball 4.
On wings af sony . . . self-assurance . . . :he
walks lo inuudible music . . . genuine . . .
ti little hit independent.
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Mary l,ou Daman Robert Deblin
Irene Mary Fidler Mary Finerty
chestnut hair , . . sweet smiles . . . friendli-
ness . , . "how poor are theg that haue not
N Club 'S--lg Football Z-3--lp Basketball l-2-3-
-l: Track 2,3-4.
"lt is better to do well than to sag well" . . .
"he set his heart on the goal. and not on the
prize" . , . a friend to truth . . . more of a
.student than he looks.
Girl Reserves l-Z-3: Junior Class Play: Class
Basketball l: Senior Class Play.
l4 carat ...' 'a thing of beauty is a joy for-
ever" , . , the perfect foil . . . "her locks out-
shine the sun" . . .
Girls' Glee Club Z-3-4, treasurer 4: Girl Re-
serves l-Z-3--lp Class Basketball l-2-3-4,
fortitude . . . Squareness . . . "intent upon her
destined course" . . . Independence . . . "She
has that indefinable something."
Rosella Dieringer I.utber J. Durham
Ervin Poor. Jr. Marcella Forney
Irene Mary Fidler
Girl Reserves l-2-344: Clzss Basketball 5-4:
Senior Class Play.
Imp , . . lzair'-rilzlaons and l7LIll,'SOfl2S ,
pertness . . , impulsiise gestures,
Mary Lou Daman
Triangular 2 3--l: Annual Stall: News Staff:
Girl Reserves l-Z-3--l, Secretary 2. Vice Presi-
Majestit' in her person, tall and straight . . .
elephantine memoru . . . tlt'pentlahtlitg .
perseueranee . . , 'ihow ulile her persuastons
are to prove. her reasons to persuade" . . .
Ervin Poor, Jr.
Vocational Agriculture Course
N Club 3-4: Football l-Z-3--lv: Basketball l-
congenialitg ...' 'for he's a jolly good fel-
low' '...' 'equal to all things' '..' 'gentle-
man farmer' . . .
Luther J. Durham
Excelsior . . . "in his duly prompt at every
call" . . .
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