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"I aw a proper t w im kle in yow yee ry firs t . " ' T LI yoi l , I l iked you r looks at Portland H igh chool ; Y . W. . A . 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; H ealth Lead­ er 1 ; la Ba ketb a l l 1 ; Va rsity B a ketba l l 1 ; Re­ porter Echo Board 3 ; A ociate E d itor O R ACLE 4 ; Chi Gamma Theta. A n i r repres ible �learn i n very nic brown eyes evolves into a con­ tagio 1s chuck le,-that's f u n-loving " ' K n udie. ' " A udden earnest s i n , eerily, keen l o v of the b e t in l i fe . efficient attention to w h a t she t h i nks worthwhile-that's clear-visioned ' " K n udie. ' ' A big-hearted, ex­ pan ive friendline -thats' our " K nudi . ' '

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"Her eyes as ·ta rs of t w il ig ht fa ir, Ui.ke t i1Jil ig h t 's too, h er dusky ha ir." W a tervil l e H igh choo l, 1 922 ; Y . W. . A . 1 , 2 , 3, 4 ; Vol­ leyball 1 ; Wearer of C. H . L . and Cla umera l s ; H on­ orable Mention in Gym Meet ; hi Gamma Theta ; Delta S igma hi. When a good " "all-ro u n d " ' g i rl is needed we go to M i ldred. Whether it i- athletics, commit tees, or even w r i t i ng songs ( but then she al­ ways is t h r i l led by the poet ic ) Mildred i s right there. She not o n ly ha won the love o[ her fellow students. but she always has a warm greet i n g for her ho t- of town friends a n d neighbors. The good wi hes of her m a ny friends go with her.

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Coburn Cl assical I n stitute ; Y. W. C. A. 1 , 2 , 3, 4 ; Wearer of C. H. L . ; H o norab l e Mention in Gym Meet 2 ; Liter­ ary Society 1, 2 ; Senior D ance Committee ; Chairman of Colby Day Comm ittee 4 ; Junior Nominating Commit­ tee ; H ouse Chairman 3, 4 ; Class T rea urer 4 ; Shakes­ pearean Play 3 ; Dram atic Club 4 ; Delta S igma Chi 3, 4 ; President 4 ; Honor R ol l 3, 4 ; Kappa A l p h a . Here· "Mert'" whom w e h a v e better k no w n the -e la t t w o years be­ cause she has preferred to live a t Fo s H a l l , rath r than in tow n . Efficient, studious. ambitious, a n d f u l l of f u n i Myrtle Recall her portrayal of Sir Toby Belch in "Twelfth Night.'" the quiet hall when he was house c h a i r m an , the success of Colby Day, 1926. the A's on her rank cards, a n d the joyful countenances of the Coburn students who s i t daily i n her French cla es. A sworn manhater, yet we rather . u pect there 1s one whom she favorably considers.

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