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EMILY FRAN

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"Life sh ould be fu ll o f em n e s t w01·k, Our h earts unlashed by fo1 tu ne's fr01vn, Let perseveramce c<m que1· fa te, A n d me 1it s ·ize the v i.c to1"s c1'own . "

Bl uehill George Steven Academy ; Y . W . C . A . 1 , 2, 3 , 4 ; Stu dent Fel low hip Comm ittee 2 ; Health League 1 , 2, 3 , 4 ; Mention i n Gym M eet 1 ; Honor Roll 2; L i terary Society 1 ; Reading Room Committee 3, 4 ; Wearer "C. H . L . " ; olby D a y Committee 4 ; Delta S igma Chi, 3, 4. E m i l y cert a i n ly realize t he sig11 i ficance of the above Quotation, f o r s h e is a l w a y s b u s y , a l w a y s conscientiou ly s t r i vi ng to accomplish t h e et task. " E m " i s reputed t o be r a t h e r s i l e n t a n d d e m u r e , b u t w e w h o k now h e r best realize h e r capacity for fun a n d "feeds" as well as for Lat i n . Loveable. accommodat i n g , tru tworthy, always ready to ''look up-and laugh-and love-and Jift"-that's Em ily.

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"Ever gene 1·011s in deed a nd thmightfit.l of others . " Morgan Schoo l , W e tbrook, Con n . ; Y. W . C . A . 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; Class Rep resentative to Student League 2, 3 ; President 4 ; D ramatic Club 4; Class Hockey Team 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Class Voll eybal l Team 1, 2; Wearer of the " C . H . L." and Class N u merals ; I vy Day Pageant 2 ; Sh akespearean Play 3 ; Delegate to Student Government Conference at B ates 3 ; Echo Board 3 ; Colbiam.a Board 1 , 2, 3 ; Chairman of J u nior Dance Com m i ttee 3 ; H onor Roll 3 , 4 ; Chi Gamma Theta. We gave her hard t h i ngs to do because she could do them, house­ chairmansh i p . speeches, toasts . and even head o( Student Govern­ ment. We loved her fra n k ne a n d enjoyed her friend hip. She en­ tered i nto everything with enthusia m , whether hockey, m i dnight lunche or Student Government p la n s , a n d he carried t h i n gs through with efficiency a n d thoroughness a n d was always thoughtful of the desires of others. To her, l i fe must offer a challenge.

J U LIA A R D E L L E C H A S E , A 6 II "Jack" B lack R i ver Academy, Ludlow, Vermont ; Y . W . C. A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Wearer of "C. W . " ; Class Hockey Team 1, 2, 3; Varsity 2 ; C l a ss B a seba l l 1, 2 ; B a sketball 1, 2 , 3 ; Volleyball 1 , 2 ; Glee C l ub 1 , 2, 3 , 4 ; P anhellenic Se<:­ reta r y 3 ; President 4 ; Chairman 4 ; Pi Gamma M u ; Aroostook Club ; D aughters of Col b y ; D ramatic Club ; K a p p a A l pha ; Echo Reporter 3 ; I vy D ay P l a y 3 ; Colby Day Committee 2, 4 ; Chairman 4. I f you want something d o n e i n the right way, go to A r d e l l e . You can always depend on her. Whether in Y . W. C. A . , sorority, Kappa A lpha or sports, Ardelle is a leader. Het· enthusiasm and i n terest has made many a n event successful. She is always dashing here and there with an i ntent look upon her face. "Here a friend and there a friend A n d everywhere a friend and then-" she i s off hel p i n g someone else. Ardelle's heart i s big and we love her for her goodness.

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