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WOLVERINE 19 3 2 Robert Driscoll, Jr. Robert is unusually adapted for chemistry and hopes to continue this work after leaving high school. We all hope he will succeed and so we send our best wishes with you, Robert. Science Club ’28. Carl W. Dulaney Whenever Carl comes into our midst, we are conscious of his poise and quiet dignity, and with his amiable disposition he radiates happiness and fun. Remember us, Carl, when, from the peak of old age, you look back upon your school days. Science Club ’28-’29; Hi-Y Club ’31-’32. Robert Samuel Fisher Robert is our ideal of the qualities which make up a fine student and classmate. He has taken an active part in athletics as well as in his studies and class activities. Robert certainly will leave a vacant place in high school life when he leaves. Botany Club ’30—’31; Wolverine Newspaper Staff ’30-’31; Football ’31—’32; Basket Ball ' 31-’32; Student Council ’31-’32; Secretary Monogram Club ’31— ' 32; Hi-Y Club ’31-’32; Wolverine Annual Staff ’31—’32; President Senior Class ’31-’32. Shirlene Fitzgerald Shirlene is a welcome addition to any gathering. She is cheery and happy and, above all, a good friend. We wish Shirlene every speck of good luck in the world in anything she undertakes. Latin Club ’28-’29. Carter Fleshman “How’m I doin’, folks?” that’s Carter. He certainly proves the saying, “Laugh and the world laughs with you,” for he usually keeps his fellow students with wide grins on their faces. This is a real gift, though, and some day we may see Curly’s grin featured in our theaters. Agriculture Club ’28-’29; Hi-Y Club ’31 —’32; Annual Staff ' 31— ' 32; Bird Club ’28-’29. 16 ' V ▼ ▼ V ▼ ▼ ▼ ’ KH o H i ■ W o I Krl ► II o o o o o ►1 o ol o |o c o 0 Et ► Jo ’OO
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WOLVERINE 19 3 2 Ray Leo Dean Among all those we love, Ray holds his place in each of our hearts, not simply because he is Ray, but for his sincerity and fellowship to all. We hope and pray that you will always remain just the same old Ray. Bird Club ’28-’29. Ruby Mae Deaton Ruby is one of our Seniors who “never says die” and is always on the job. Her faithfulness and stick- at-it-ness certainly contribute to the stability of our class. Lucky is the swain who gets Ruby’s hand. Commercial Club ’28-’29. Bessie Lee Deel Bessie is one of Salem High’s most popular girls; always radiating fun and lots of school spirit. She has friends among both the faculty and the student body. She is always listening for a certain auto¬ mobile horn. We wonder why! Here’s luck to Bessie. Art Club ’28-’29; Girl Reserves ’28- ' 29, ’30-’31, ' 31-’32; Glee Club ’30- ' 31, ’31-32. Verna Katherine Deyerle Katherine has been a very faithful student in her four years at Salem Hi. Her pleasing personality and bright intelligence have made her everyone’s friend and we all join in wishing her luck. Shorthand Club ’28—’29; Home Ec. Club ’30-’31, ' 31-’32 (Treasurer). William Oliver Divers Oliver is very quiet and quite a representative of the proverbial senior dignity. He is studying agriculture and we are sure he will be a credit to the profession. Best of luck to you, Oliver, we know you will be a great success in life. ■4 15 4 -
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WOLVERINE 19 3 2 Frank Francisco Frank is another of our cheerful classmates. He always has a friendly remark and a helping hand for all his fellow students. We don’t know what Frank intends to do, but we wish him all the success in the world. Science Club ’28-’29; Agriculture Club ’29-’30, ' 30-’31. Margaret Sangster Garst Margaret, a dark-eyed, smiling lassie, is always ready to give her earnest support in our school work. Her classmates have learned to love her well in the few short years we have been together. Success to you, Margaret, in whatever you attempt. Flower Club ’28-’29; Latin Club ’28-’29-’30; Glee Club ’30-’31-’32. Marvin Emory Garst Emory is the Class of ’32’s representative in the field of aviation. We know he will succeed in this, because of the record he has made in school. He always has a word of cheer and is a willing helper to those in need. George Emerson Garst George radiates the joy of being alive. He has the jollity of spirit and the love of the great open spaces that have enriched his nature. He is not only full of fun and vivacity but is capable and bubbling over with intellect. This is why he has made such a high record here. Vice President of Senior Class; President of Student Council ’31—’32; President of F. F. A. Club ’28-’29, ’29-’30. Maggie Cornelia Goad With her bright smile and her happy, carefree disposition, Maggie has found a place in every heart. She is quiet, refined and as sweet as she can be. Lucky will be the one who wins her for a partner. Much happiness to you, Maggie. Commercial Club ’28—’29; Bible Club ’31-’32. 4 17
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