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....iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii ■11111111111 ... ictr tti The Wolverine—Salem Hich School IIMIIIMMIIMIIIMliilllMIIIIIIMiMIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIillllMIIIKIIIIIIIIliillllllMIIIIIMMIIMIllllllllllllllMIIUIIIIIlllllllllllUlinilllJllllllinni LORNA MARIE SHELTON " All things are possible to diligence and skill.” Glee Club ’27; Shari Story Club ’28; Basket Ball ’28; Baseball ’29; Literary Society ’30; Debating l eant ’30; Staff ’30. Lorna has quite a talent for short-story work. She even em ' oys writing long hard English papers. The class of 1930 expects great things of you, Lorna! STEVEN T. SHELTON “All his faults are such that one loves him still the better for them.” Vice-President Biology Club ’27-28 ; President F. F. V. ' 27-2 3 ; Agriculture Judging Team ’28; Monogram Club ’29-30 ; Football ’28-29. Steve came to us from the country but quickly made himself well known to the whole school by his quietly aggressive per¬ sonality. His good humor and his splendid athletic abilities, which have endeared him to all Salem High, should do as much for him in college next year. H. CLINTON SHOCKEY, JR. “He can win in talk.” Bird Club ’28-’29. Clinton has been with us only two years but in that time we have learned that what¬ ever he undertakes he successfully com¬ pletes. His record is good, especially in math. We are glad it falls to his lot to graduate from Salem Hi. GALEN R. SHOWALTER “A cheery smile leads to tile road of success.” Biology Club ’28; Agriculture Club ’27-28- ’ 29 -’ 30 . A good classmate has been with us since 1926 . “Peter” always has a cheery smile for everyone he meets. That smile will en¬ courage many a struggling farmer when Galen, as the head of the Department of Agriculture in Washington, is helping him to derive some of the profit enjoyed by the “Middle Man.” (2r )
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tunic ((lit IIIIC till IIIIMIIIIIt MM III! Mill III! MlillltllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII The Wolverine—Salem Hioh School KtriW 11111111111 ■ 1111111111111111111II11111111 111 l ll ■ 1111II11111 I 11111111 1 1111111 11111111 ■ I ■ 11111111 ■ l ■ 11111111111 |j 111 ] 111 111111| 1111| l ■ 111 j l ■ ■ 1111111111 ■ I 11111 1111 19 IJ1111 GAYNELLESHUMATE " Iler glossy hair was clustered o ' er a brow bright with intelligence.” Commercial Club ’28-’2g; Basket Ball ’28; Baseball ’29; Literary Society ’30. Gay’s work in the commercial department lias been good—and we should not be sur¬ prised to hear of her writing “tardy ex¬ cuses” in some Principal’s office next year. LYDIA BEATRICE SIGMON “A true friend is-Beatie.” Glee Club ’26-27; Girl ' s Club ’26-27; Chairman of Program Committee Commercial Club ’27- 28; Vice-President Home Economics Club ’29-’30. Beatrice, an attractive Senior, is better known to her intimate friends as “Beatie.” She is a good sport and can be depended upon to do her share of the hard work. Her future lies in the Beauty Cultural Profession but if she later finds that she does not like this work she can easily get a position as “home-maker.” My! how she can cook! HAZEL IRIS SMILEY “She is a winsome wee thing.” Glee Club ' 27; Biology Club ’28; Girl’s Club ’27-2 8; Flower Club ’28-29. This dark-haired, blue-eyed maiden is quite a student, though one wouldn ' t suspect it by her happy-go-lucky attitude. She plays while she plays, works while she works and, incidentally, flirts while she flirts. DOROTHY ST. CLAIR “A friend in need is a friend indeed.” Glee Club ’26- 27; Commercial Club ’28-29. Dorothy, unlike most decided brunettes, is very quiet and even demure. She is, like all the St. Clairs, very capable in every line of work. Her future lies in the study of music. We all hope for her success in whatever she may undertake. ( 22)
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