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ROY LEE ADAMS
"A Workman that needeth not to
"Even his faults are such that
n- loves him tht: better for
VIRGINIA AKERS J. M. BRYAN AMELIA CRISTOL
"Faithful to duty, true to "His smile is sweetened bv his "It's nice to be natural when
l'riends.', gy-avitvj' l you're naturally nice." I
National Honor So:-ity. Co-editor l National Honor Society. National
of Acorn, Student Couneil. Thespians, Book Review Club.
ROBERT BAKER OTIS ROBO ROBERT HURNSIDE JOHN UHANSLOR b
"A man in mind as, well as in "A man of ff-xv words but of "A kind and gentle heart had he "A fair example of untainted
body." good jndzzmc-nt." to comfort friend and foe." ylrllfh-i'
Student Council. Football. R,0.'l'.C.. Of!'ieer's Club. Dramatics. R.O.T.C.
l COLLEGE AVARD VERA FAE BRANAM FRANCES Crouch I
l "But constant as the northern "Silence is more eloquent than "ConstaneX ix fhl' f"l1mlHUUn of
Q star." words." virtues."
1'crl'4-ct Attendance Award. Stu- Acorn Reporter. Junior Medical Perfect Attendance Award.
dent Assistant. Acorn Re- Profession.
r1oN BERRY TOMMY lsovvuas nn.L BURRIS CONWAY CHILDEKS .
t'Wif makes its own welromef' "The Ntyls- ia the man himself." "A man not ps-rf:-et but of heart." "A man of all hours, ready fill'
R,O.T.C., Pan American, Student Football Man:-pier, R.O.T.C, Football, Track, Student Couneil. Hnrthlnfi- V .
Council. Sclwla,-Ship' R.0.T.C., Scholarship, Oak Ruine-
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"W not much talk -a great sweet "The hills ol' manhood wear a "A Dli'?l5lHPl Cfilliltffflnm' ls H0
virtue-f' noble fare." Slight QIQVPIHUIECC-
Oak Representative. Girl Reserve. Student ASSlSf2Uf-
.YAVKY RIRDSONG l4E'l"l'Y IYLACKHURN MARY COOK WICLDON CUATS H
"A roung Auollo, golden haired." "A lady is not measured lvy "Favors to none. but to all her " th2l"S 21 I-?"ntl'mQ,?' my le
R.0.T.C., Scholarship, inf-hw." smiles extend," on't a 1:enfl9YY12lH-
Girl Iiogoy-ve. Acorn Reporter, Student Council,
MARY ALICE BINION
"A flood snort. a good worker, a " A '
Fan without, faithful within."
Acorn R4-porter. Music Club. PPD
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1'OM COLEMAN TAYLOR FORD
"Having wisdom with each stu-
Scholarship, Studont Council,
"A gentleman to match thu best
of any pedigree."
R.O.T,C., Football, Excelsior Clulm.
MARION ELY RAWLINGS DIAMOND VlRGlNlA HARMON
"A merry heart maketh :1 cheer- "With his CYVS ill flood with "Charm strikes the sight, but
ful countenance." lllllllhfftrf' merit wins the soul,"
Perfect Attendance Award, Girl l"oo1hall, Hi-Y. R.O.T.C. Pcrfcct Attendance Award, Pep
Reserve. Music Club. Squad, Girl Reserve.
IC,-XHL COLLINS HAL IJAVICNPOIIT CARL FAVRE JAMES GIRIIONS
"Oh thou most fleet." "He was ever precise." 'AA constant friend is a thing "Speech is great hut silcnce is
Track, Hi-Y, Excelsior Cluh. Perfect At'endance Award, Stu- rare and hard to find." greater."
dont Council. R.O.'l'.C. R.O.T,C.
M.-XRJORIE FERGUSON NINA RUTH GARNHR DOROTHY HATFIICLD
--Never was kngnvn so young a "This genial pleasing lass." "A sweet attractive kind of
Scholarship, Gym Assistant Li-
body with so old a head."
National Honor Society, Acorn
Reporter, Junior Medical Pro-
WAYNE COX DAVID DEI-IS CARL FINLEY NVILLIAM GREGORY
"Nothing is so meritorious as "VV:-arinsz his wisdom lightly." "A man after our own hearts." "Look into thy heart and wri'e."
friendliness." Nationafllonor Society, K.0.'l'.C., R.O.'l'.C.. Acorn Staff, Hi-Y. National Honor Society. Pan
R.O.T.C. Senior Play. American, Pcn Pal.
PEGGY FOLSE ROI? FARRIS JUNE HAY
'tOn the light fantastic toe," "His thoughts have high aim." "She had a friendly smilc for all."
RICHARD DANNICR ISARISARA GALLAGHIGR MARJORIIC HAMILTON GORDON GUEST
"He was a very parfit gcntil "We may live without friends "Fashioned so slenderly, "He knfw himscll' to sinsz, and
knight." We may live without books. Young and so fair!" liui'rl thc lofty rhynn-."
Chorus. liut civilized man cannot livc Swim! Rand. National Thcspians,
without cooks." Orchfstra.
VENUS GAINER MARION HOLLANIJICR
"Her eye iI'n1 very fond of "The odor is the roseg
handsome cyesi was large The smile, the woman,"
and dark." Chorus,
Scholarship. Student Assistant,
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