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i hi iii(i11itnitiuni.... low ' s The Wolverine—Salem High School icoy - iiiiitiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiM 11111111111 in iiiipm i leiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiiiii n i n 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 mi i nun uni in n mini 11 ini inn GORDON BRYANT “Happy am I, from care I’m free.” Science Club ’27-28; Glee Club ’27; Secretary Bird Club ’27. “Monkey” is one of those fellows you just can’t help liking. He has a winning ' smile that manages to get him ’most anything he wants. We’re wishing you success, Monkey. PAUL CALLOWAY “With a heart for any fate.” Vice-President Science Club ’29; Varsity Bas¬ ket Ball ’29- 0. Paul, better known as “Rick,” is liked by everybody. He has proved his worth to “Ole Salem” in many ways. We hope he will continue his work in college and we predict a great future for him. LENA DARNELL “Silence is deep as Eternity.” Glee Club , 2 ' d-2 Commercial Club ’27-’2S; Secretary of Commercial Club ’28. The above maxim must be Lena’s motto, because she certainly practices it. We think it would be better if a few more of us be¬ lieved this, at times. MARGARETTA HESTER DAVIS “Few things arc impossible to diligence.” Glee Club ’27; Commercial Club ’28-29. Margaretta is quiet until the whistle for basketball and we see her then in the middle of every play. In fact, Margaretta succeeds in everything she undertakes. ( 10 )
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... Thf. Wolverine—Salem Rich School iiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiii mi jimiiimiiimiliiiiliilllMlliliilllinmimiiiiiiii 11 II 11 III Dili mi III 11 in nil] ill inn ini 11 n 11 ETHEI. BOWER “Laugh and the world laughs with you.” I Ionic Economics Club ’27-2H; Biology Club ’27 Ethel has been ever ready to comfort and help in distress, to rejoice over Rood news and to laugh with the rest. Her sunny hair and merry brown eyes, her happy smile and her great, unselfish spirit will be forever remembered by her legion of friends. VIRGINIA E. BOWER “Slow but sure.” Scrap Book Club ’26; Home Economics Club ’27; Glee Club ’26. Plucky, game, cheerful—those are the words which seem to characterize “Jim.” Even when terrified to the point of frenzy after every test and exam on her best friend, English, she is always ready for fun. Vir¬ ginia enjoys life and what it has to offer. YONCIE BROWN “As merry as the day is long.” Debating Club ’28; Declamation Club ’29. We don ' t know what Yoncie would do if he couldn’t pull his wise cracks. He never seems to worry even when things go dead wrong. Keep it up, Yoncie! LEONARD O. BRUBAKER “Behold the Shiek himself.” Glee Club ’27; Biology Club ’28; Local His¬ tory ’29. Leonard is thoroughly dependable and a most loyal friend. Who knows? His happy carefree way is probably the best after all. (9)
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I IIIIMItllllllllllllll 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 HIM IIII lllllll II HIM Hill I llllll Hill IIIII11 l||||||OIII III 11 MMMI III ||||M|| The Wolverine—Salem Hk;h School IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIlieilllllllllllllllllllllll MU 111111111111111111111111 Mil.Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll JULIUS DARDEN “Our general handy-man.” Vice-President Freshman Class; Glee Club; t reasurer Sophomore Class; Dramatic Club; Vice-President Junior Class; Monogram Club; Editor of 7 he Wolverine. Every class lias its leader. “Dooley” is ours. It seems as though we are going to lose him soon, because he “sho’ly” does like Lynchburg. OPAL BEATRICE DEATON “As modest as the violet in her ways.” Girls’ Club ’ 23 ; Kangaroo Chib ’ 23 -’ 2 Q. Opal is studious and quiet, and spends her time for the bettering of her mental facul¬ ties. When a question is asked you can al¬ ways depend on Opal’s answering it. Her predominating ambition is to become a teacher. Luck to you! PHYLLIS DENIT “Hope for the best and trust to luck for the rest.” Girl ' s Reserve ’27; Flozocr Club ’29; Biologx Club ’28. Phyllis, better known as “Chub,” is the embodiment of mischief. Her g ' ay, ceaseless chatter is always heard above the rest. “Chub” is expecting to make her mark in spite of her troubles in math. Here ' s hop¬ ing! MISSOURI DIVERS “’Tis the quiet people who are happiest and get the most done.” Glee Club ’27; Latin Club ’28; Flozeer Club ’29. Missouri has made excellent grades dur¬ ing her high school days. She is always willing to give help whenever help is needed. We couldn’t get alono- without Missouri. ( 11 )
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