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.. The Wolverine—Salem High School NORMAN HOYT PLUNKETT “Joke and the world jokes with you- Dramatic Club ’28; Literary Society ’30; Agri¬ cultural Club ’27; Joke Editor of The Wol- erine ' 29-yo. Hoyt is refined and dignified. His ambi¬ tion is to write stories and see the world. We wish you much success in your adven¬ ture. ROBERT V. PRESTON “What’s the use of worrying?” Commercial Club ’ 27-2 8; Local History Club ’29. School spirit and an eye for fun are two of his characteristics. “Lollie” seems to have a fondness for small vacations. He wanders away just anytime for a week or more—forgetting how hard it is to “catch up” again. ELIZABETH R. REAMEY " If she had any faults, she has left us in doubt.” Glee Club ’26-’27; Home Economics Club ’27; Science Club ’28; Bird Club ’29. Nature has blessed Elizabeth with quite an irresistible combination of deep blue eyes and dark brown hair. We predict that the combination will soon prove fatal to some fine young man. “Reamey ’ is an all-round good sport, never too busy to lend a hand, or enjoy a good joke. JOHN HAROLD RETTINGER “A real gentleman, a true friend.” Biology Club ’28; Agriculture Club ’27 2 8, ’29- ’ ; Agriculture Judging Team ’29; Presi¬ dent F. F. V. Club ’30. The “blues” and Harold are never found in the same company. His cheery smile is quite contagious. We all recognize this classmate as one of the most likable and dependable members of our “school family. There goes Harold, on his errand for an¬ other—with his smile. ( 19 )
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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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