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....... ic=v«33( Thf. Wolverine—Salem Hick School iiiiiMiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiMiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiininini EDITH McGRADY “She is sweet, solemn anti shy.” Glee Club ’26; Literary Society ’27; l : lower Club ’ 23 . Edith lias been an example of modesty and kindness to her more boisterous class¬ mates. She always goes calmly on her wav, determined to accomplish what she under¬ takes and we have neyer known her to fail. We know she will continue to succeed, so— here’s to Edith! DOW NELSON McGRADY “I do know him by his gait.” F. F. A. ' 27-2% ’28-’29, ’29-’30. Dow stands high in all his classes and his knowledge of Math often astounds his struggling classmates. He has proved his ability in Salem High; likewise he will prove it at college and, finally, become a most successful lawyer. JOHN WILLIAM MORGAN “A man of few words, but lofty aspirations.” Agriculture Club ’29. lohn is a quiet person and a hard worker. His greatest ambition is to own and run a big dairy and all of his activities are being directed toward this goal. CHRISTINE TRANCES MOYER “A merry heart, a happy smile!” Girl Reserve ' 2 6; Biology ’27; Flower Club ’29; Home Economics Club ’30. Frances always has a come-back of pleas¬ ant sarcasm that keeps us wondering, “What next?” She has not decided whether she is going to college or not, but we are sure that whatever the task may be, Frances will succeed. ( 1 7 )
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lliilltBlllimiifCilliiiiiiiiiimimiiiniiiiiiiiliiiiiiiliiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiniiiimiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiinMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimmiii The Wolverine—Salem High School iccv jk iniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiuetiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiJsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiMiMiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii KATHERINE TARDY LOGAN “A jolly, capable girl, not found every day.” Girl Reserve ’26-27; Biology ' 27- 28; Flower Club ’28-2Q; Secretary of Junior Class; Staff of “The Wolverine” Dg-’ o. Katherine is our entertainment committee, and she knows her business well. She has a nimble wit which drives away the blues even on a rainy day, and which also exhausts the teacher’s patience when she wants a quiet study period. We always prefer Katherine’s chatter to tiresome books. KELLER MARTIN " If she had any faults she left us in doubt At least in four years we couldn’t find them out.” Biology Club ’26-27-2%; Home Economics Club ’28-’29. Keller is a quiet, unassuming girl, and has been a good student in Salem Hi. Every¬ body knows “Kellv’s” jolly little laugh and she is always the same. We know that whatever she does she will have plenty of success in the future. JOSEPHINE MAXWELL “Lovely brown eyes and a charming smile.” Latin Club ’27-28; Flozoer Club ’28-’2Q; Home Economics Club ’30. “Jo” is as quiet as a mouse and is loved by everybody. She is an excellent student; an addition to any class. We know that one person in our class thinks even more nice things about her than we have space to write. VIRGINIA MOORE “Foolish vanity is unknown to thee.” Basket Ball ’28; Secretary Commercial Club. Virginia has been a very faithful student through her four years of high school. One who knows her personally will find that she is a bright, intelligent girl with a pleasing personality. Virginia has a very optimistic attitude toward life in general. She might be called a moving picture “fan.” ( 16 )
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c [ rce i n i r 11 r 1111 rc 11111 ■ 11111111 (11111 m ir11ii11m11111111111(1111111111■1111u11111111111111ii■111111111111111111111■1111111 m1111111111111111111■111■11111111111111m The Wolverine—Salem Hioh School iiiiiMiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiMiiMiiiiiiiMimmiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiimmimimiMimiiiiiiiiiiiiimM AURELIA OAKEY “A cheerful life devoid of care; A happy laugh heard everywhere.” “Here she comes, there she goes’’—that’s Aurelia—a synonym for good spirit, pep and vivacity! Aurelia attended Salem Hi while a “rat” and after attending Jefferson High for two years she returned to graduate with her class—the class of ’ 30 . Here’s wishing her the best o ' luck in life and love! ROY B. OBENCHAIN “A little body doth often harbor a great soul.” Glee Club ’26-’27; Science Club ’27- ' 2 ; Local History Club ’28-29. How can we tell what Roy expects to do when he talks so little? But he can’t keep us from seeing his ability—you should see him work a Trig problem that is much longer than he is! RICHARD B. PERSINGER “What is life if not fun? I count a day ill-spent that’s seen no work of mischief done.” Latin Club ’27-’28; Debating Club ’29; Orches¬ tra ’28-’3o; Literary Society ’30; Debating Team ’30; Senior Play ’30. “Dick” is not often seen without a smile on his face. Maybe it is because he has mastered the art of getting good grades without apparent study. Although rather quiet, except when he laughs, he has a habit of making a success of everything he under¬ takes. His besetting sins are tooting the clarinet and playing practical jokes. RACHEL PETERS “Wit and laughter All follow after.” Glee Club ’26-27; Girls’ Club ’26-27; Girls’ Basket Ball ' 26-27; Commercial Club ' 27-2 8; Home Economics ’2Q-’30. Rachel, a dark haired Senior, with plenty of vivacity. She is very fond of athletics; and is also the last one of the six girls who won sweaters in the Girls Basket Ball Team of ’ 27 . May bad luck follow you all the days of your life, but never overtake you. ( 18)
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