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Mary Louise Thomas 1 take li e as it comes and enjoy it Girl Reserves 3-4 Aubrey Lee Tucker It is her cunning ways that eat into your heart John Thomas Via, Jr I ' ve been asleep—what happened? Ruel Lef. Watkins Put off nothing until to¬ morrow that can be done day after to-morrow. Spanish Club, 3 Leo Wiley Whiticar Nothing so assures one of success as honest endeavor Spanish Club, 2 The Pioneer of 1 rf y%Sl B ' Frances Lois Whitlock tO " 7 A merry heart doeth everyone good Latin Club, 1 ; Spanish Club, 3-4 Anne Taylor Wiley To know her is to love her Student Council, 2; News¬ paper, 2; Home Economics Club, 1; Girl Reserves, 2; Secretary, 3; Treasurer. 4; Spanish Club, 3; Junior Class Secretary; Senior Class Secre¬ tary; Basket Ball Manager, 4; Annual Staff, 3-4. Lois Goodwin Williams A striking personality and charming ways Girl Reserves, 2-3-4; Club, 1-2 o Ezella Witt Where knowledge leads, patience wins Page Twenty-Four
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Mary Elizabeth Stone A girl of wit, intelligence, and friendliness Latin Club. 2; Glee Club, 4 • JL Pana Tu on u-Thrao ® V Page Twenty-Three y ' : 3b. Vf ooc , d x UsL . » n i jlaajlaX x Arthur Wilson Starkey To ind and give the best Daisy Dean St. Clair A friendlier, sweeter girl I have yet to meet Home Economics, 1-2-3; President, Home Economics Club, 4; Literary Society, 3; Basket Ball Squad, 3-4; Base¬ ball Squad, 3; Glee Club, 4 Jacob Lloyd Show alter A greaf men are dying — don £ eel so well myself Spanish Club. 3; Football, 4; Annual Staff, 4; Baseball, 4 Andrew Lewis High Jerry Eugene Sink, Jr. They conquer who believe they can Baseball, 3; Literary Society, 3; Monogram Club, 2-3-4 Arthur Woodrow Smallwood Eager to learn, slow to forget Bernard Snyder ] your studies interfere with so¬ ciety then give up your studies Hi-Y, 2-3-4; Monogram Club, 4; Football, 4; Basket Ball 3: Golf. 2 3, Captain, 4; Baseball, 4; _: „ 1 A ennis, 3-4. zl ' rrfos Adi MwU Katherine Marie ' !BJk Spradlin Success is the reward for labor Treasurer, Freshman Class, 1; Girl Reserves, 2; Newspaper Staff, 3. Ida St. Clair - A cheerful, demure little lady, ever a cure for the blues Latin Club, 1; Annual Staff, 4 Earle Rosalie Stevens Haste makes dust — why work till you must? Girl Reserves, 2-3-4; Liter¬ ary Club, 1; Home Economics, 1-2; Glee Club, 2-4.
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Andrew Lewis High School S . ■ L--J-- ' - - . -MSharles Alexander - right, Jr. •; , ■ Vrnan (hat knows and knows that he knows Phoebe Ann Gilmore A likable girl and a good Jriend Literary Club, 2; Spanish Club, 3 Rachel Reese The mildest manner and the quietest Elizabeth Sidney Yonce When pleasure and studies clash, let the studies go smash! Home Economics Club, 1-2; Literary Club, 1; Latin Club, 1: Girl Reserves, 1-2-3-4: Glee Club, 3-4. 7 1 Mary Louise McGhee Happiness is that quality which makes girls attractive Home Economics Club, 2; Glee Club, 3 Harry Lee Branum Here is a man ; take him for what he is - ( To the Cl ass of Thirty-Five ti-A- - £ S3 ' Write us a poem, ” they ask As though it were an easy task. Should I to this end debase The sacred song of our race? What shall I write? I have not the might To place sweet melodies upon a page Or give justice to this modern age. Then, l think of our Senior Class And words naturally pass From my heart to my pen Our days in high school are past; The future is approaching fast. Each has his separate part, And must work with all his heart. We’ve braved the stormy gales ; We ' ve absorbed the same old tales; We ' ve shared our trouble and our joy, And pursued all knowledge, coy. Is there naught to break the spell For us to whom all seems so well? Tis a sorrow we can ' t dispel —- 4 6
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