Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1932

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THE ABILENE I-IIGI-I ROCKET Weather Forecast: Confused Atmosphere Published April I In The Year of Our Lord 1950. I-'ligh School Honors Ninetieth g Birthday of Superintendent Seniors of Abilene High School sponsored a pro- gram for the celebration of the ninetieth birthday of their superintendent, R. D. Green, in a chapel program Monday morning. A review of the work of the man for the past fifty years was given by Pete Barber, Jr., president of the senior class. One of the most touching scenes ever witnessed in the auditorium, according to the superintendent, was the time when the entire student body rose and shouted the praise of their aged friend and in- structor as the secretary of the class escorted him to the stage. .T-.1-0 1 Eye Specialist Wrecks Car Dr. H. P. Fulwiler, eye specialist. while return- ing from Dallas yesterday accidentally ran into a twelve-foot bank and destroyed his 32-cylinder car. Luckily he hit on his head and was uninjured. ii., 0 ITEMS OF INTEREST Mr. Casey Kunkel, million dollar financier, who has made a great success on Wall Street, due to training he received managing the Flashlight, the Abilene High School annual. thirty years ago and who married a I3-year-old Freshman girl I8 years ago has committed suicide. While counting out the 50,000 pennies he always kept on hand, 'he came out twenty cents short. He was a good man in his childhood. Miss Madge Morrison, who formerly suffered the publication of the Abilene High Battery, is a retired journalist and enjoys the success of her lately pub- lished textbook on journalism. Her original style may be seen in the closing words of her latest lil- erary success: "Farewell, farewell, but this I tell To you, O Freshmen all, He gets there first who rushes. yells. And scrambles down the hall." -....i.0i.1i Prof. Dryden Returns Professor B. Hefner Dryden has just returned from China where for the last ten years 'he has been working on several contagious diseases, trying to get a medicine that will cure them. The dis- ease. which is caused by a peanut, has been spread- ing through China killing the Chinese by the thou- sands. While in America, Dr. Dryden will talk on how to keep the plant out of the United States. He will make a tour of the country talking on this subject and then will return to China to extend his study of the bacilli. ?' BITS OF NEWS Russell Day, 58, who has been a resident of this city for the past 4-9 years, made known in a speech to the Hobo Convention yesterday his intention of establishing a. home for old and disabled Hitch- Hikers. Returning to America for the first time in thirty- five years. Olive Ann Hale will arrive on the Susi- annia yesterday in New York at I4 a. m. this morn- ing. Miss Hale is the most noted actress of the stage in China and has decided to return to America to play opposite the new lover of the screen, Billy Fulwiler. Word has been received here of the election of Dr. Joe C. Myers to the presidency of the National Heights Reducer Medical Society. Resignation of M. M. Machen, for many years editor of the world's largest newspaper 4'The Crierw was presented last night in the Peacock Room of the Ostoria. Mr. Machen plans to retire to his extensive goat and chicken ranch, where he will devote his time to the progress of duck raising, Mr. G. P. Holland. famous radio crooner and motion picture actor, married this morning for only the seventh time. Holland left the stage work twenty years ago because he had the old-fashioned idea that he must be a home father to his 16 chil- dren ancl little wife. .,0...,.., Noted Flyer Killed Miss Hettie Logan Clay, celebrated plane pilot. crashed into Mars while attempting to land her rocket-plane at 19 a. m. today. Miss Clay became air-minded while working on the Flashlight I8 years ago. Her body is being shipped to Earth by way of Transperical Rocket Corporation. Milton McKenzie. well known portrait painter and cartoonist, has recently been requested to paint the youngest daughter of the Prince of Whales, Yvonne, for the King of England. He has been residing in New York for the last five years, but will live in England in the future, as he has fallen in love with an American violinist residing there. Mr. R. G. Cole. who is now resting in the Famous Typists, Burial Grounds in Shady Rest Dale in Swannee, Georgia, has become known the world over. His favorite refreshment is Ski-rocket chewing gum. which he chews each evening at 2 o'clock each eve- ning. One Uunzirerl Twenty-six

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