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GRACE Hamas Bomzx Biicmxi:
WILLIAIXI GRACE IJIENYITT SEARCY
Orchestra, Band, Acorn Staff, Male Chorus, Male-Quartet
Boys' Orchestra, Znd. l.ia-nt. R. 0. T. C. "Stately and
tall he moves in tht- hall, thc' uliief of a thousand for
grace." The poet ini-ans that Hill is tall and awkward.
Football Tuani. A "What t-yer he did, was dom- with so
much ease, in limi aloiic- was natural to plvzist-"--sonic
people--not nu-L-ssarily the faculty.
lf he ever fills out to match his feet l'1e'll be a perfect
Apollo-fiii the mt-antiinv lit-'ll have to imitate Pan and
I,1M.1hL, mute. AV .. . .. -A - PHlLE'l'L'S WINN
- - ' J .
ILLLILN HARRIS Y 5 3?...f,.?,,v, 1 , wish of pluastm was to please." Shi- got her
Url-lu-stra. "Tall, slvriilc V. Slfaltllg-6 Withqi , f.'ff?-lf"'? ' v w .: f e fusl. have made it on a new moon.
lilt-st." The way this Si-nior rn gf ' " 4 - Z W, ,
slvnrlvriicss you'rl think fat was a dis r- . Q . Q
is in the clear on this score. -g,.i3:.i S ' , ,legit .6 Efyq ARLILNIL CARR
. , , ,K ' ljitiyi- 1 5 I .
I Xlthl A BOREN -2 as not only passing tan' hut was withal dis
"lnhu-it is all goodness and all truth." Wil l 'H ' -. . r ....,n. - I bonairf' Especially Llisciwvt with the other
qualities are const-ntratwl in one person lt '- u.
thi' 11 st of us long-soinc. iv" at
Star Navy Club. Ulmluks intelligent, but you Can't
always tall." It Walkvr dui-s not talk too much he
might put over this lilnff---luut he always talks too
'II A . 1R Hand Rd.
Greenvi e 255-glues
Edwina Browder. Snr- .
vived by hllillild. DeW1tIli--
Searcyg daughter, Barbara
Searcyg brot er, Charles D.
Browder, Jr., Houston, TX:
cousins, Mr. 8: Mrs. Edwin
K. Reidg three nieces, one
ne hew. Born in Dallas,
TXpin 1906. Former teach-
er in the Grandview
School District and Dallas
ISD. Services 3:30 P.M.
WILD OOD CHAPEL,.Rev.
Walter A. Bennett officiat-
ing. Interment Restlandxx
GrqenvllleAve P land ll-
WALKIER HROWNE 'I' C' APPLEMAN
Track team, R. O. 'l. C. Senior Spanish Play. Radio
Club '22, 'li "Who mixed reason with lvluasurt' and
wisdom with mirtlif' lla had vcry littlt- of the first and
none of the tliiiwl--otliwwise the quotation tits.
SEARCY W1NN CARR Arifrminiw
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Dir . ei Wig..
'I'1TTlcii1NcTo N Moom:
GEO A. TITTERINGTON
Chairman ring Committe, Treasurer '24, Scholarship
Club, Radio Club, Committee to select gift for school.
"High erected thoughts si-ati-rl in a heart of courtesy."
Geo. A. thinks that he may outrival Edison some day if
he doesn't get blown up by some of his Weird messes
before that time. If he ever looked at a girl we-never
heard of it. '
Captain R. O. T. C., Acorn Staff, Oak Staff. Journalism
Reporting Staff, Hi Y Club, Social Committee, R.O. T.
C., Anfi-cuss league, Anti-smoke league, 0HiCer's club,
R.O.T C. Camp Dallas Club. "Though Iam not splenetic
and rash, yet have I something in me dangerous,"
Could it be a little learning?
MAR'1'iiA MOORE ' ' THERINE EARLE DILWORTH
S h l. 'h' Cl b, G'-l R -sfrves, Social ' "?'1ff" . Club, Oak Staff. "A rosebud set with little
ls. TJilrTl.lIClubll1 "Shu waltksi in beauty ' ." Anyone who saw her dance with Soivden
of cloudless elimes and stzirry skies."f Y . ,J ,f : foil tai party would have doubted the thorns.
gather from this that Martha is fond 0 ni F iiig:.jl?3v . f. . r- 4 H . Y
ters them spelled K-night, and she is SU.Ch.i 329 1 -5' - ,L - M'5RGARI?1 El ANS
lady we think she ought to land a fine one- . A L. -I Q Qrm of life and light that seen became a part
roadster. . , -ofs' fii7.r" ight is right popular with several boys in the
FRIEDA lll,'FFHINES 1' W W .V ' ' '.
"With dancing hair and laughing eyes, that I I 1 'A ' " WARD MCCANN
mock me :is it flies." We think that expression "dancing
hair" is fine in these days of short locks!
"This gallant pins the wenches on his sleeve. Hadhe
been Adam he had tempted Eve." As it is he has cer-
tainly teased several of her daughters.
Fifty-fifty Club, Oak Stalf, Acorn Staff, Senior Ring
Committee, Senior Social Committee. "I'se wicked I is
I'se mighty wicked. Anyhow Ican't help it." Some
members of our school spell it W-A-R-T but he has been
a. great help to the Oak Staff and the Editor likes him.
So does the faculty adviser.
Page Twenty Seven
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"Her eyes are deeper than the depth of Waters stilled at
evening." Yes--but Hclcn flon't keep her eyes still at
LA VELLE RANDLE
Rifle Team. "Dcign to he loved, and
subdue! What nymph could ever attract
as you?" Lct's hope--none! At least in the
Accompanist of O, C. II. Orchestra, Scho
1 - Club,
DALSHAW SHUTT '
"Blue were her eycs as thc fairy Fax, her cheek like the
dawn of Qayf' 'Tis said--"N:Lturc gave her a good start , 1
but she gllded the lily a bit." 5
VIVIAN Norm 3
e dot nsplaylthe gate with pearls and ruhies richly 1
t th gh which her worfls so wise do make their
Way s that's not alll
n 1 one, to all she smiles extend. Oft she rejects.
- fr '
i . 'V Ar Z
Radio Club. "Thou living ray of intellec
But she needs a few hziir-pins!
ISORA SH CTT
Acorn Staff, Cliff Hi Weekly Stall, Pep Squad, Girls'
Club, Steve Club. "Ah, you flavour everything, you are
the vanilla of socictynf-Ilut cvery one does no, like
va nilla !
once offends." If sho clog-sn't become a special-
ist soon she'll be an old maid.
"Fairer to be seen than the fairy lily on the flows-ry
green," We never saw a lily on rx flowery green, but if
it mc-ans good looking wc all vote "yi-S." N
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