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Page 48 text:
"And thus he bears without abuse the grand old name of
gentleman." In our days we called 'em "Jellies"
Acorn Staff, Oak StaH', Scholarship Club, Morals and
Sec. Lieut. R. O. T. C., '22, '25, Spanish Play, Radio
Club. "A man with sound judgment in affairs of the
heart." He never has entanglemems-He does have
have love affairs.
MADOLYN A. YOUNG
Acorn Stal? '22, Scholarship Club '22, 23' President
Worth-While Club '23, Secretary A. A. A. Club '22, '23.
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3i3iTlRE3iZga ggdilsgslc is t K " - "5" Q -V - 3- v h"in the Library or to warring with Dickand
Ye don't now what this means, and as S e ' ,. , U ...,.,,,,e.,... , ' ,
. - ' "TH MARCIA LEE SAX LOR
mem of the quotdmon Committee-Co i' in i 72213233 gl1?illlr5i:intgB Program Coxrrnitteei
. H '3'1'?i4. 'l"' 1 u . " rig as csun er eyest egazers
ELIZABEVI H MAN SFIELD ' " ' ?fQ,f1' v , - ke tae sun, they shine on all alikeiu YES-
, 1 V tx -. .ri..+:?r?i' D' . .Q n a sons alikc4lf Marcia coulr cas in
Ofik 5t!ll:f.,P0D 5f1Uf1dr Lflfl Reseffves- 533.5 ' L W-fl for Work, she would be valcdictoria . Y
wi a g Y 1 e berry , - if-1 -, if. . . .
ff.fl7.l 23.3K'.fiffl'ii1fQCi1TfO1lS2flSilliirffays . f f r HAROLD KEACHLA1-ff5tp"'1'i " d
Said' l' l V L "Q ecutive Olieer R. O. T. C., Secretary Hi Y
' ' M" U , enrn Staff '22, '23, Oak Staff '23, Program Corn-
orss MURFF A
"Held by friendship's mighty chain" Damon and
Pythias had nothing on Gus and Woodie Wade es-
pecially in the Library. lfthe Librarian doesn't inter-
fere in her usual harsh manner, they may put over some
historic plot against the peace of the community.
mittee '22, '23, Social Committee '23, Anti-Cuss League,
Anti-Smoke League, Rifle Team, "Oh c-xcellent!I love
long life better than figs." Well, if friend jelly
doesn't make some arrangements to keep peace among
his lady friends he'll not be likely to live very long.
So far as we are concerned we hope he picks a lemon4He
wouldift Hirt with our Editor. Y
SAYLOR X' EACH
Page F orty-Two
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Eslw HAYN TOMPKINS LOGAN
WILMA ESRY EURIS VACHER
' H "In virtues nothing earthly could surpass her." She
"In beautys light you glide along, We always wanted
a good one for that snaky motion.
Girl Reserves, Scholarship Club
springs in whose serene and silent
Several of the boys have been
their time lately.
Scholarship Club, Steve Club
"With thy floating Haxen hairg
blue eyes." Every morning her
streams in the breeze as she does a
school-then her cheeks are roses ton
is hanging down her back.
FLORA MAE LOGAN
"Plenty of pep and lots of hair." And both are un-
as wild as her hair.
sun glorifies the sky so is her face
eye." This yerse would indicate that
dial! She is engaged, too!
Tennis Team, QCaptainl. volley
Pep Squad. "Seeress of the
of the Vikings bold." The
that Kate is going to be a
Reserves, Orchestra, Spanish
overspreafl, soft smiles, by
was leading lady in a
understand a word she
VACHER BAILEY CARRAGHER i HUNDLEY
U i El
Page F arty-One
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Girl Reserves, Steve Club, Sack-l1older's Club. "Or
light or dark, or short or tall, she sets a spring to snare
them all." But unless she can hold them longer than
she has to date, she'll die an old maid, anyway.
Girl Reserves, Library Assistant, L'The best of life is
conversation." But who likes to talk?
INEZ MEAD ERS
LORA HEMPHILL f . 35 --a J5f1'fg.5Lf' 5 'TM rves. h"For,bxivhen wlrithfbeauty we canfxhirgie
. . . . ,' " - ' W'-il' tt esem anceo a ormdivinef' t is
Editor-in-chief of High School Weekly, K 3 olarslnpif , g g. ' ' ,
Club, Girl Reserves. "Knowledge, truth fl, . 5 to mate that Inez IS some fldpper'
were her theme." Her audience slept Jw, .J in 'I' LOURINE FLEMING
FR . . 5 ' . f ,A ' -V-fri . . . .
AXICES SVHT , -,,- ' , 4, 'L '- T Staff. '5There is a language in her eye, her
i.Gay as the gilded Summer Sky' sweet L ,. de i cheek, f' ip." 'In'the vulgar parlancc of our dayshe is
rnilkawhite thorn." lfmph! We know of on - 1 mg kld'
stuck for a ring.
"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." How
lost she must be in this world of Wild women.
MAY BELLE MUSE
Girl Reserves, Advertising Committee, Pep Squad.
"She needs no purse, her gold is in her hair." But it
does not mean anything, it won't buy anything.
Page F orty-Three
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