Lancaster High School Class of 1915 - Page 38

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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.

MUSSER, PAUL

    "An honest man, close-buttoned to the chin,
    Broadcloth without, and a warm hart within."-Cowper
Paul Gray Musser, a member of the General German Section, came from the Clay Street Grammar School. In his Freshman year he was captain of the class track team. He was also a member of the class track team in his Sophomore year as well as Secretary of that class. As a Junior, "Muss" was the class Treasurer. This year he is the Vice-President of the class as well as one of the class prophets. He is interested in speaking, and was one of the capable presidents of the Red and Black Literary Society.

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MYERS, JOHN

    "The great silent man! looking around on the noisy inanity
    of the world."-Carlyle.
John Fletcher Myers came from Chestnut Street School and took up the Classical Course. John is a very quiet boy and has taken very little part in class affairs. Perhaps he has been overlooked in the selection of committees because he is so quiet, but when he was made chairman of the Senior Banquet Committee he performed his duties in a very capable manner. John was a very active member of the Red and Black Literary Society. He expects to enter Franklin and Marshall in the fall.

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NORRIS, ARTHUR

    "And when a lady's in the case,
    You know all other things give place."-Gay
James Arthur Norris a member of the Commercial German Section, is commonly called "Rip" by his schoolmates. This title is an abbreviation of file name Rip Van Winkle given him by a teacher on account of his habit of going to sleep during recitation period. Another more recent title is that of "horse killer" which he received after he tried to drive a horse to death while on the greens trip. He is a very quiet fellow and attracts attention to himsellf only by having a short circuit occasionally in physics class. "Rip" was comedian at the Boys' Glee Club Concert. He was very successful in this role, and kept the audience in roars of laughter .

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