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of 193 7 Parker, Virginia Parris, Leon Paul, Nellie Pendleton, Myriam Peters, Adam Pillow, William Poage, Sara Lee Poff, Miriam Powell, Bobby ' Price, Evelyn Price, Virginia Puckett, Eugene Ramsey, Glenn Ramsey, Ralph Reed, Garland Reed, Nelson Juniors Reich, Kolmer Ridgeway, Robert Robinson, Edith Rowell, Charles Rucker, David Saul, Lonnie Saul, Rachel Schuler, Margaret Sellew, John Siiarpe, Jacqueline Shaver, J. Elmer Siielor, Donald Sink, Bessie Sink, Earl Sisson, Victor Smiley, Dan Smith, Ruth Sowder, Warren Spiggle, James St. Clair, Katherine Stevenson, June Stewart, Betty Stoutamirf, Frances Stuart, Rose Summers, Mary Thomas, Jack Thomas, Geneva Turner, Doris Turner. Betty Vest, Mildred Wade, Carl Watkins, Cora Webster, Evelyn Webster, Hortense Wertz, Catherine Wertz, Sylvia Whitlock, Bruce Wilbourne, Martin, Jr. Wilkerson, George Williams, Evelyn Wimmer, Forest Wright, Ernest, Jr. Wright, Ruth Wygal, Verlin York, Vera Young, Leslie Zimmerman, George 4 39 £» NOT PICTURED.
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THE PIONEER Juniors Hayden, Howard Helms, Lottie Helvey, Lester Henderson, Hazel Henderson, Herbert Hendrick, Pleasant Higginbotham, Mary S. Hodges, Dorothy Jane Hollyfield, Mary Hope Hontz, Eleanor Hoover, June Hough, Mac Huff, Lucille Hurdle, Dan Hurt, Billy Johnson, Cletis Jarrett, Alonza Jones, Elbyrne Jones, Marvin Jones, Mildred Jones, Viola Joyce, Marguerite Keith, Geraldine Kessler, Avis Kilby, Beatrice Kimmerling, Dorothy Kinzie, John Koogler, Ruth Lambert, Robert Lavinder, Latherine Lawrence, Harrel Lemon, Eleanor Jo Leonard, Kathleen Long, Margaret Lovern, Frances Loving, Marvel Macom, Jack Maihl, Juanita Marmaduke, Jack Martin, Gertrude Martin, Lucy Masincup, Thelma Maxwell, Gibson Maxwell, Jean McCallum, Betty McCauley, Mary Virginia McClung, Jeane McDaniel, Fred McDaniel, Ruby McGhee, Elizabeth 4 38 Meador, Gladys Miles, Edna Mae Morton, Randolph Miller, Anna Morgan, Mary Alice Mowles, Mildred Mowles, Raymond Murphy, Frances Murphy, Virginia Nicar, Nick Nichols, Lucille Oakey, David Oakey, Miriam Osborne, Wincie Overstreet, Eva Owen, Emily Oyler, Gladys NOT PICTURED.
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THE PIONEER SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Mary Patton. President Earl Bain. Vice President Mary Hoover. Secretary Estelle Carneal. Treasurer Sophisms In my fancy, where was I? . . . Oh yes, I remember . . . Again a Freshman at Broad St. . . . “Woe is me . . . Them days is gone forever!” . . . Then Andrew Lewis. . . . Confusion in the halls . . . Giggles . . . First period Latin, subjunctive mood, ugh! . . . Then “Doc” Farley tellin’ ’bout grasshoppers and grubs . . . Third period . . . Dear Mrs. Turner’s calm, sweet voice . . . (the choral club is singing “Just the Way You Look Tonight” in the Music Room, across the hall) . . . “Helen, which do you think loved Annie more, Enoch or Philip?” . . . “Enoch or Philip! ! . . . Ma’am? . . . Excuse me, I er” . . . (Oh, what was I thinkin’ about? She means in the poem, of course. I had forgotten we were studying “Enoch Arden.”) . . . Oh, the bell! . . . Soup’s on! . . . Now to rush thru eats so we can walk the halls an’ get a worm’s-eye view of “Love in Bloom” . . . Johnny, “Eggs, ” “Weenie, ” McGhee, Kolmer, Keith, etc. . . . and that reminds me of last night . . . umnnnr . . . He’s so nice! ! ! . . . The bell! . . . Time for gym with turned ankles and cracked skulls . . . An’ regardless of casualties the ever-familiar order from Mr. Dave’s little girl, Staples, “Fall into your squads!” . . . More fun! . . . Fifth period . . . Assembly . . . Mr. Broadwater, adding to my inferiority complex . . . Lectures on morals, manners, and mischiefs . . . “The darkest hour is just before dawn.” . . . Last period! . . . and . . . (oops, there’s a fly on my desk . . . Got him!) . . . Oh dear, I wonder what show’s on at the American . . . Ah well, snows of winter, like the Seniors of ’37 will soon be “Gone With the Wind.” . . . Well, well, let’s hope that we “sophs” who came in like lambs will go out like lions, with medals instead of colds on our chests! . . . Say, Earl, what time is it? Would ya’ mind wakin’ me up when the bell rings? —Helen Chewning 40
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