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Title: Williamsport High School Senior Class of 1912 -- Page 18
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Margaret Harriet Stansbury -- "Her wit Values itself so highly, that to her All matter else seems weak." "Dot" has been a live hustling member of the class of '12 for... O, ever since there has been a '12. She has succeeded in making things interesting wherever she has happened to be, which fact is in part due to her jovial disposition she is at no time hard to get acquainted with. She is a good conversatinalist (quantity, of course.) If the present leaders of the Woman's Party desire some one possessed of the all essential "dynamic," we advise them to sign up Dot, as she has a good "batting" average in almost any kind of effort. Let her not be exploited on the floor of Congress, however, for Dot has never failed to wind up a debate with a fight. Glen Herricks -- "Nay, I shall ne'er be aware of mine own wit until I strike my shins against it." Glen's strong point is his ability to smile in the face of neglect and persecution. His soul is as a star and dwells apart we needs must prove a proposition that he can simply see is true. Be it said that Glen is not a fusser. Somehow girls do not appreciate his wit, and he does not approve their levity--Ruby Hurd excepted. His Vergil translations are the product of a very unusual and imaginative mind. No one doubts this fact after once hearing him read. Glen hears the voice of duty and intends to teach school in winter and "bark for side-shows in summer. Ethel Frasch -- "I never knew so young a body with so old a head." Ethel's fame depends on her ability to make coffee and to take as long steps as any boy. She is generally in a hurry, gets her assignments and yet has time for frivolity. She succeeded in so tiring eight of the girls at a house-party last summer that they had to "rest up and dream" for a week. She also served on the social committee to entertain visiting basket-ball players this winter and was kept very busy the nights of the games. Indeed, she was an untiring worker, preferring to entertain them all herself and relieve her helpers of the task. Ethel perceives a bright future as an educator.

Date: 5/30/1912
Origin: The Goldenrod
Record ID: 00002786
Type: Yearbook
Source Archive: Williamsport-Washington Township Public Library
Date Entered: 7/17/2010
Collection: Williamsport-Washington Township Public Library
Entered By: Addie Jernagan

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