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.
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"And what he greatly thought, he nobly dared."
Montgomery Lewis Lampe was for several years one of the
quiet members of the class, taking little part in its activities except
to win his numerals in the Inter-Class Meet of 1913. In
his Junior year, he was elected to the position of Assistant Editor
of the High School NEWS; in this position he proved an invalu-
able help to the Editor. When he became Editor at the beginning
of this year, he at once showed the results of previous training
by raising the standard of the NEWS and maintaining its
high standard throughout the year. As Editor, he had many
difficulties to overcome, but this made him only work the harder
to accomplish his purpose. In spite of the arduous and exacting
work of editing a school paper, he has attended faithfully to his
studies and found time besides to enter the D. A. R. Literary
Contest in which he won first prize. In English and Shorthand
he ranks with the best. The fact that he is a canoeist and a nature
lover, and has devoted considerable time to the study of ornithology,
besides being a chess player of sqme ability, is ample
proof that our worthy editor is quite versatile. He is a member
of the well known Triumvirate, usually being the brains of any
enterprise that is being launched by this group. After leaving
school, he intends to engage in the study of forestry, and will
no doubt become one of our eminent foresters. We regret to
state, however, that he belongs to Physics Table Number Six -
a stigma that is bound to attach to him through life.
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"I've lived and loved."
"He is the very pineapple of politeness."
Lloyd Lester Lively, is one of the most popular students in
the Commercial Department. In his Sophomore year Lloyd was
on the Color and Pennant Committees. In his Junior year he
was Class President; and in his Senior year was Class Reporter
on the NEWS staff. As an athlete, Lloyd played on the soccer
team in his Junior year, and now is fast becoming a good tennis
player. He was one of the first members of the Red and Black
Literary Society, in which he was probably the best debater. On
Saturdays and during the summer he is a clerk in the Fulton
National Bank. "Tub'~ is a well known society man and a
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