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ii i (i ne (i in mi 11 in mini minimum nnnnnmnnnnnnmiiimmnnnmmnmnnnnnmmnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnmmmmmimmm The Wolverine—Salem Hk;h Schooi. ict ? s o 3 i in in ■iiiiiii ii ii ii iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiini i ii iiniiiH i mu ii 11 ii nun 11 ii ii in 11 iiniiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiaiii 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 mu i mi KATHLEEN GARST “Life’s a jest and all things show it I thought it once and now 1 know it.” I Ionic Economics Club ’27-’28-, Science Club ’28; Glee Club ’27. “Skinny” is a good sport who never grouches over her lessons, except when she has an English paper to write up. We wish her the best of luck because she certainly deserves it. MARY JANE GIVENS “Those lovely eyes The windows of the soul.” Glee Club ’27; Latin Club ’28; Secretary Bird Club ’29. One could not know Mary Jane and not like her. She is always ready to help us in our school activities. There is a certain young man in the school wdio thinks her brown eyes are lovely. Watch him, Mary lane! WILLIAM O. GOODWIN “Bill with all of his wit Has made with us a real hit.” Dramatic Club ’28-’29, ’27-’28; Treasurer of Senior Class: Business Manager of “The Wolverine”; Treasurer of Junior Class; Glee Club ’27-28. “Bill” has been one of the outstanding members of our class especially as a busi¬ ness man. He was one of the main props of our paper. We do not know what S. H. S. will do for a business manager after “Bill” graduates. We wonder whose Ford will be the Salem Hi jitney next year? EDWIN V. HAYDEN “Small but mighty.” Public Speaking ’ 27-’28-’2Q-’70 ; Midget Basket Ball ’30; Sport Editor of “The Wolverine ' ’; Literary Society ’29-’3o; Business Manager of “Year Book”; Senior Class Play; Vale¬ dictorian of Class. Edwin is a good debater and he usually wins even over Mr. Snapp. He is an excel¬ lent student and a good sport. We all know that he will be a great author some day. ( 14 )
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laimiiKmiiiiitiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiin ii mi mi i ii iiiiiiiiiiiium mi 1111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111 mu nun i ■11111111111111111111 min Thk Wolverine—Salem Hk;h Schooi. iiiiiiiiii mm iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii linn tut ii ' iiiin iiimiidiiiiiii ■ mu M iiidimii iniiiiiiiiiiin iiinin mu iiii j ■ ii i iiiiiiiiiin hi i i ii nun iim nimni SYLVIA ELLER “A funny little giggle, a cute little smile, Remind me of Sylvia, all the while.” Glee Club ’25-’27; Girls’ Club ’26-27; Girls’ Basket Ball ' 27; Commercial Club ’27-2 3 . Sylvia is one of our “small Seniors” whom everyone knows by her jokes and laughter. She is another one of our Basket Ball girls who won a letter in ’ 28 . Her future is un¬ certain, but we all wish her the best o’ luck! REGINA HELEN EQUI “Impulsive, eager, prompt to act. And make her generous thought a fact.” Regina does not seem to let life disturb her much; not even Democracy tests excite her. She must see the funny side of a great many things for she is always laughing. Her chief peculiarity is her fondness for Shorthand, although she is often heard to say. “This shorthand is terrible! I can’t read a word of it.” Good luck to you, Regina! MARGARET W. FRY “Sometimes T sit and think Sometimes I just sit.” Glee Club ’26-’27, ’27-’28; Girls’ Club ’26-’27, ’27- 28; Home Economics Club ' 27- ' 28; Flower Club ’28-’2q; Student Council ’2g-’30; Senior Play ’29-’jo; Editor-in-Chief of Year Book ’30. Margaret is never a slacker in any of our Senior activities and is always ready to give them her earnest support. During the four vears that we have known her, we have found her to be a faithful friend and diligent classmate. We do not know Margaret’s future ambition, but we wish her great suc¬ cess in life. HAZEL DARDEN GARRETT “I love her for her smile, her look, her way of speaking gently.” Home Economies Club ' 27-2R; Commercial Club ’28; Glee Club ’26. Hazel’s ambition is to be a nurse. She will need plenty of “patience.” She makes good grades and you should hear her in Mr. Snapp’s English Class. (i3 )
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i ii m 1111 ii 11111111 ' • i»• i • ■ » •• 111 • ••»i ■ • • •• • •• • ■ • • i • • • i • • • • • • • 1 ■ • • • i i • «• • i • e • i •«• • i • 11»1111 it • 111111111111111111 ■ 1111111111111111» icck i iccxr oi Thk Wolverine—Salem High School iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiii CHRISTINE HOWARD “Always happy, never blue, .lust a friend who is always true.” Glee Club ’26-’27; Girl’s Club ’27-’28; Latin Club ’28; Flower Club ’29; Secretary Home Economics Club ’30. “Chris”—always smiling and willing to help. Her winning personality and activity in school work have contributed to her suc¬ cess in Salem High School. MARGARET L. HORNE “A heart ever true and full of fun She talked and laughed and danced and sung.” “Jake” is one of our most popular Seniors. If you want to find her just go where there is a crowd and a piano, and she will be right there. She is going to specialize in music, and we are sure that some day she will even surpass Paderewski. WILLIAM TERRILL HURT “(Jive me time and plenty of it.” Glee Club ’ 27; Latin Club ’28; Secretary Latin Club ’29. Terrill has been with the class from the first grade. He takes life as it comes. Nothing quickens his pace. An E on Eng¬ lish exam wouldn ' t excite Terrill! ISABELLE KESLER “A lovely girl so sweet and fair.” Glee Club ’27; Girls’ Club 3 27 2 8; Pep Club ’29; Latin Club ’28; Literary Society ’30; Captain Basket Ball ’28-29. Beauty and brains go together with Isa¬ belle. She is full of pep and school spirit. She is the kind of a girl who is everyone’s friend. Luck to you! ( IS )
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