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WOLVERINE 19 3 2 Waller Moore We certainly like grins, and Waller has an un¬ usually hearty one. He has come through four years of high school making many friends and losing none. We know you will be a success in whatever you undertake, Waller, so aim hig h. Science Club ’28-’29, ’29-’30; Librarian 1931. Laura Jane Myers Laura is one of our small Seniors, small of stature but big of heart. She has a sweet disposition and a smile for everyone. We are sure that she will succeed in anything she may undertake. Best o’ luck, Laura! Mythology Club ' 28—’29; Bible Club ’31-’32. William Oakey William is one of our most dignified Seniors, you know. Maybe a pipe and wavy dark hair make him so. However, it is a great disappointment to quite a few of the young ladies hereabouts t at his interests seem centered west of Salem. Golf Team ’31-’32. Leo Erman Painter Leo is distinctly of the type seen, not heard, but the grades he gets are outstanding. He has plenty of school spirit too, and is a real friend to all his classmates. We are all sure that he will succeed in anything he attempts to do. Bird Club ’28-’29; Hi-Y Club ' 30- ' 31, ’31-32. North Hartman Plunkett North is one of the type that is always welcome at any gathering because his genial personality and good humor add so much to whatever is going on. However, there is more to North than just good looks and we predict a great success in his chosen field. F. F. A. Club ’29-’30; Latin Club ’30-’31; Botany Club ’30- ' 31. 4 22 } o l . k ► O k __! ► ' v ' V w w
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Mary Jane Maxwell Mary Jane is very quiet but that is just another of her good qualities. She has been a leader in all her classes and is known for her “stickability” and genial disposition. Our love and best wishes follows you wherever you go, Mary Jane. Latin Club ’28-’29, ’29-’30; Girl Reserves ’30-’31, ’31—’32; Glee Club ’30-’31, ’31-’32. Collette Loomis McCluer In Collette we see a kind and friendly classmate, always willing and ready to help. She ranks high in all her classes and has won the admiration of every one. Here’s luck to one of the sweetest girls we have ever known. Science Club ’28-’29; Girl Reserves ’31-’32. Lenis McGhee Our most vivid impression of Lenis is that of his labors in balancing his bookkeeping account books. It is a job, but he usually comes out on top. All you need, Lenis, to be treasurer of the United States is a little experience. Monogram Club ’31—’32; Agriculture Club; Baseball Team ' 29-’30, ’30-31. Earl Thomas Miller For the past four years we have been trying to tell the Miller twins apart. We haven’t succeeded yet, but we do know that Earl is the ideal school¬ mate. With his hearty grin he has made many friends, and we know that he will continue doing so. Mythology Club ’28-’29; Science Club ’29-’30. Richard Edward Miller Yes, this one is Richard, you really can’t tell our twins apart. They are as nearly alike in their abundant ability as in their looks, too. With such an excellent high school record, we feel that life holds nothing but success for Richard, and we hope that he receives as much as he deserves. Mythology Club ’28- ' 29; Science Club ' 29-’30. 21 } •
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WOLVERINE 19 3 2 Howard Price Howard’s prominence in athletics and happy- go-lucky ways have made him one of our most popular Seniors. His witty remarks and thorough good heartedness have made him many friends who join in wishing him the best of success and happiness in life. Football ’29-’30- ' 31; Baseball ' 29- ' 30-’31; Track ' 32; Monogram Club ’28-’29, ’29- ' 30, ’30- ' 31. ' 3t-’32; Kanga¬ roo Club ’28—’29; Science Club ’29-’31; Biology Club ’29-’31. Margaret Elizabeth Rettinger Margaret is known throughout Salem High by her snapping, “naughty but nice,” black eyes. She has stood high in all her classes and has taken an active part in extra-curricula work. We do not know what you have planned for the future, Margaret, but the best of luck to you! Gift Shoppe Club ’28-’29; Home Economics Club ’29-31. Verna Rhodes An all-round better girl than “Pat” can not be found. Without her the Literary Society would have been lost and she has added much to many other phases of our high-school life. Her perser- verence and versatility have been an example for all of us and if she retains these qualities through life, her success is assured. Mythology Club ’28- ' 29; Literary Society ’29- ' 30. ’30-’31; Debating Team ’29-’30. ’30- ' 31, ’31-’32; Presi¬ dent of Reading Club ' 30—’31; President of Literary So¬ ciety ’31-’32; Girl Reserves ’3t-’32. Dennis Ray Richardson Did you ever see such white hair? And as a counter question, did you ever see such brains beneath any hair? Although he never studies that we can see, the high grades keep rolling in. What a life! What a man! Greer Robertson If ever you need a friend indeed, go to Greer. Greer has been a great help to us all during our high school career; and has shown his loyalty to our school whenever the occasion presented itself. Football Manager ’31; Treasurer Monogram Club ’31- ' 32; Hi-Y Club ' 32; Manager Wolverine Newspaper Staff ' 31; Assistant Editor Wolverine Annual Staff ’31; Science Club ’28-’29; Student Council ’29- ' 30-’31. 4 23 }■
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