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The Wolverine—Salem High School MARY ELMER ATKINSON “Give to the world the best that you have, And the best will come bark to you.” Glee Chib ’26-’27; Girl ' s Club ’27-’28; Flower Club ’28-’29. Mary has been with us for the full four years. She is the very essence of good humor and is continually surprising us with her wit. In her more quiet hours she settles down to hard study—and with all that she has some time left for Roanoke College. LEWIS BALLARD “I like to play ring-around-the-rosy.” Local History Club ’28; Debating Club ’29. Lewis has two hobbies: Girls and shows. To attend the latter, he will even stop writ¬ ing his Chemistry papers, which he enjoys very much. Lewis has loads of school spirit. His ambition is to become an architect. We hope that success will be his. KELLEY BARNARD “I admire a man with a head of his own.” Vice-President Commercial Club ’29; Science Club ’27. Kelley is talented and works hard for what he gets. He has made g ' ood grades in high school and we are sure that the future has much in store for him. THOMAS A. BARNARD “Manners make the man.” Biology Club ’28; Orchestra LS-Lg-’jo; Read¬ ing Contest ’30; Literary Society ’30. He has a luxurious marcelle which grows above a brain which thinks straight and deep. Thomas has been a great help in our Orchestra and we hardly know what we would have done without him. ( 7 )
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