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of 193 7 Sophomore Roll Adams, Betty Adams, Frank Agee, J. T. Agee, Marvin Akers, Ann Akers, Katherine Aliff, Eugene All, Dorothy Anderson, Claude Armstrong, Bea Ashford,Jack Bailey, Ilona Bain, Earl Bain, Edith Barger, Wii.liam Beale, Ida Beatty, Fay Beck, Marguerite Beckner, Gerai.ine Beckner, Mii.dred Bennett, Gordon Bernard, Elizabeth Black, Powell Body. Pauline Bower, Margaret Bowles, Walton Bradford, Hazel Bradshaw, Bernard Brown, Mary Brown, Ralph Broyles, Maude Broyles, Thelma Bryant, Edith Bryant, Junior Buck, Marie Burton, Virgie Campbell, Dolora Carneal, Estelle Carper, Geraldine Carper, Mildred Carter, Elmer Carter, Mary Casey, Beatrice Cawley, Mildred Cecil, Curtis Chewning, Helen Churchill, Robert Collins, Bert Collins, Raburn Counts, Curtis Craighead, Bill Crawford, Billy Cyphers, Edgar Dean, Frances DeHart, George Dickerson, Cecil Dickerson, Velma Dowdy, Robert Downing, George Driscoll, Martha Dyer, Edwin Eanes, Ruby Early, Louise Ednie, Robert Fisher, Carrie Firebaugh, Christine Firestone, Evelyn Folk, Eleanor Fralin, Velma Francisco, Grace Fullbright, Silas Fuqua, Ladd Garner, Dorothy Garrett, Geraldine Garrett, Hester Gearheart, Junior Gearheart, Muriel Gladden, Emma Glass, Ruby Gleason, John Gilbert, Alice Godbey, Rosalie Goodwin, Robert Graham, Doris Marie Graham, Doris Marion Graham, Paul Graybill, Bernard Gray, Blanche Greene, Mary Greenway, Lucille Grim, Mary Grishaw, Nettie Grisso, Marie Grisso, Mildred Grubb, Gladys Gunter, Lettie Gunter, Louise Halder, Jane Hale, Mary Elizabeth Hall, Virginia Harman, Ernest Harrell, Wiley Harrison, Frances Harshbarger, Mamie Helvey, Janie Henderlite, Ralph Hendrick, Forest Hock, Beverly Hogan, Eunice Hoover, Mary Horton, Claudia Howell, Oi.eene Hurd, Katherine Hurt, Austin Hurt, G. B. Ingram, Herman Johnson, Alda Ruth Johnson, Catherine Johnson, Louise Jonas, Reginald Jones, Mattie Jones, Reba Katz, Sidney Kesler, Hilda Frances Kesler, Frances Lee Kincaid, James Laffon, Aline Laing, Lauretta Lancaster, Paul Lavinder, Ray Lathan, Carl Lathan, Pattie Lawrence, Howard Lee, Eldridge Lee, Jessie Lewis, Dorothy Light, Selby Lofland, Mary Long, Russell Mann, Margaret Ellen Manning, James Marshall, Billy Martin, Josephine Martin, Dorothy McCauley, Dorothy McCluer, John McGhee, Alice McGhee, Beatrice McGhee, Paul McNutt, Marjorie Meadow, Ruby Mitchell, Dorothy Moore, Marion Moore, Nancy Moran, Davis Moran, Wilma Moring, Majel Moses, Frank Lee Mowles, Billy Mowles, Carl Mowles, Garland Mowles, Hazel Murphy, Carrie Murphy, Warren Muse, Lois Mutter, Nei.da Nichols, Ernestine Noonkester, Clarence Obenchain, Barbara Osborne, Hilah Osborne, Willard Owens, Blanche Patton, Mary Peery, Jeanne Pendleton, Myra Perdue, Everett Persinger, Charlotte Phinney, Frances Phlegar, Rebecca Pillow, Raymond Plunkett, Lowell Poff, Cecil Poff, Gorman Porterfield, Howard Poteet, Louise Powell. Mildred Price, Jeanette Quarles, Norborne Quarles, Talma Reed, Bain Reynolds, Clarence Reynolds, Harry Reynolds, Minor Reynolds, Preston Richardson, Billie Rickard, Dolores Robertson, P. L. Robinson, Audrey Roche, Rosemary Rowell, Frances Reese, Roxie Sale, Eileen Schilling. Inez Shephard, Agatha Shepherd, Mary Shorter, James Showalter, K te Skelton, Emma Simmons, Thomas Sloane, Thelma Smith, Dorothy Mae Smith, Edith Smith, Mary Lillian Smith, Murrel Solaski, Paul Sowers, Ursaline Spangler, Virginia Spradlin, Frances Sprouse, Louise St. Clair, Clay St. Clair, Mary Stuart, Claude Sutphin, Alma Swecker, Alice Snyder, Mildred Tate, Edgar Terry, Mary Thomas, Joe C. Turner, J. W. Tuttle, Gwen Waddell, Eleanor Walters, Blair Watson, Ida Webber, Jean Wertz, John Wertz, Ruth Westwood, Lawrence White, Nellie White, Tom Whitehead, Joe Whitescarver, Roy Whitmire, Charles Whitmore, McClellan Wilburn, Elizabeth Wimmer, Howard Wimmer, Tom Wohlford, Harold Wood, Henry Wright, John Yeatts, Rebecca Zeiglf.r, Elmer i 41 }2
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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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