Lancaster High School Class of 1915 - Page 14

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Note: The source for this information is "The News" 1915, The Yearbook of Lancaster High School, Lancaster, PA. Images of the pages have been included for your reference. They are not very good scans. We apologize. They were scanned quite some time ago when technology was not very good.

CROSS, REBA

    "Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit."
Reba, the quietest, was a member of the Florentine Literary Society and a very studious pupil of S. H. S.

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DRAUCKER, MARY

    "Get a good pull with the ring (faculty)," said the door-bell.
Mary is some studious girl. She belongs to the Athenian Literary Society, in which she is one of the best debaters. "Lovey" is a member of the N. T. Club.

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EGAN, HARRIET

Harriet, "The Class Orator," is a member of the Florentine Society, a basket ball player and an ardent anti-suffragist. Harriet is also a member of the N. T. Club. She was the winner of the prize given by the Daughters of the American Revolution for the best essay on a comparison, between Benedict Arnold and Major Andre.

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EVANS, MARY

Mary, "The Class Comedienne", is a member of the Florentine Society. Although Mary's name does not suggest it, she has lately, with two of her classmates, formed a "Society of Tragedy." Mary is another member of the A. T. Club.

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FEAGLEY, HELEN

    "Life's a little thing!
    Such as it is, then, pass life pleasantly,
    From day to night, nor once grieve all the while."
"Hel," the biggest bluff, was a member of the Glee and Mandolin Clubs, the Florentine Literary Society and the basketball team.

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FINK, HELEN

Helen Fink is one of the quiet and reserved girls of the class, though she likes to have a good time with her friends. She is subject to violent fits of laughter, love and temper, hence her nick-name, "Vesuvius". The most notable things she has done were to play on the basket ball team in her Junior year, join the Florentine Literary Society, and the "feeding seven," "Topsy" loves dancing, tennis, oollege folks and teachers (both male and female).

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