March 6 a i9 h l Eastern Slennonite School
— “— — — ' m f T W D S U ^ S T E F n uYo*l zo wVvImI r—Ho,
wiles n o is m senior glass;
Spent soma time at Hesaton^spencls much
time on chamio try-«n joys playing her guitar*
always ready for a good laugb-prefers the
abode nout where the West beglfio'^hao a
nursing career in mind.,
Impulslve^detests cntaeal-=the r.am#
"Merrill," to her ear, has a melodic tone=haa
definite plane of being "chief cook end bot~
Always seemingly buoy«good debater-ex*
perienced far© hand~confidential--frequcntly
a sen with a "Near Yorker1* ^also plana to be a
%oman in white,,1* r ’ -as- imkss
R^firad-arti^tic-Mlxed Chorus soloist™
doesn't let leesoha intei*fera with her edu-cation.;,
nevertheless tops the honor roll
list^good skater-never betrays confidence,.
Ambitions 6* 3n =* loves to foiled for
hounda-member of the ''lumber-’jack” quartet"
keen sense of huaor~thinks sleep is; more
worth-while than breakfast, result: diet of
peanut butter cracker30
Sleek basketball player « good public
speaker-used in quarttts— capable converaat~
lonlist*ready always for a hearty laughs
individuallst-handles a tennis racket expert**
ly« ea-ipa sear
Capable Senior journal assistant photo
grapher*poHte-neat---t>njoys c?,aas and school
trip®-tennia # good m a ^ o 9 and car driving all
appeal to this refined young gentleman
Audrey Sherik—^ A way to make tall people grow
s h o r ter~~
Bertha Aiderfor--— "A school without any tardy
Eeiisr*- “ “
Ha*el Heatwolo--»wAn automatic shelter from
one“Huiiding to the other,H
Laura Slabaugh-=" An inatr affiant to keep our
Margaret Risser-*-,,Something to throw me out
o f bed in The morning.s!
Ann Haber~~nA dust mop that doesn9t have to
Arlene Frey— "A perpetual motion machine— Vo
gt/E more aone*”
Mary Ehst-»nA machine to w r k out exaws.,"
^ » 4 2£~"A machine which you could get
In and cSTgest and assimilate a college edu»
cation in a matter of hours.0
jiargaret Jantgl-^Somothing a® I wjuSii.:.* t
have to study Latino"
Ruth Qross~»wA device to enable t; hear
v£tat other people were saying about mec"
Paul Stoll«“®nA machine that would counteract
Qlennys Showaltcr~---ttSomo way to think faster a
Irene QenSry^Somathing with T.hich I can
stucSr cKemlstry and Latin and still aleep,”
,<Jim Erunk=~^Some way to got Chemistry without so lauetrTrouble0.n
Francis Brenneman--,,A wheel that runs without
Ialit.li ^odes~«'RAutomatic snowdrift lifter
atirlasa I^KLer-— -'’Blshes that wouldn’t have to be washeXT* -
Claranoo Sell— RSomething to pull my sled no
Cora Maust«--"Something to write letters-."
&gjy ^_ar— ^Something that would do every-
^iinfH/OTTHavB to do to get a,Eieal„" pa S,> il.s S joku?
Clara Moyer--"I TOuldn't invent,, I don*t
th333c people should invent §'