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Page 44 text:
Senior Snapshots i —Play Ball. 2 —Duke and Snake. 3— Shaky. 4 —Office Practice. 5— Steady. 6— Inmates. 7— You Name It! 8— “Hi, Folks!” 9 —A Nap to Norfolk. 10— Experimentation. 11 —Hold Tight. 12 —JFhere is Pat? 13 —Date with a Dancer. 14— Jane ' s Girls. 15 —Follies of 1047. 16 —Home Room.
Page 43 text:
Senior Class Will Bob Montgomery would like to take his tall, dark handsomeness but will leave his ready smile to Brent Huffman. Cecelia Lucas leaves her sweetness and lovely personality to Jane Scott, t Sanford Long leaves his ability to get into mischief to Jimmy Robertson. John James’ worn Latin pony is left with Miss Cook to give to her next year’s Virgil class. Darline Jennings leaves her good looks to her little sister, Joyce, who seems to be doing all right for herself. Jo Ann Huff’s friendliness is left where it will have the best beginning—the Eighth Grade. A quiet and likeable personality is left by Agaric Hunt to Robert Stacy. Edith Lagerholm bequeaths her cute li’l Chinese eyes to Connie Stevens. Dick Little takes his well-known “ Jot-’em-Down” with him for some more good times. Mary Ann Hubbard has a quiet cuteness that we all love. She leaves this to Judy Brown. That gorgeous nymph, Charlotte Jones, tearing down the halls to get away from Clarence, laterals her certain irresistibility to Connie Stevens. Betsy McDaniel pauses in the middle of her cheerleading to pass down her talent and popularity to Pat Smiley, who accepts them with a smile and promises to be as pretty a May Queen someday. Clarence AIaberry packs his “famous lines” in his suitcase to take with him to use on the de¬ fenseless little women in this big old world. Andy Renick leaves his jeep and the necessary accessories, full moon, etc., to Bill Thompson. Willie Robertson leaves his camera and his “yeah” to Garth Nelson. Betty Lou Roof, or “Loody,” leaves her hours of hard work in the office to someone as efficient as she. Thomas Tobey wills his beautiful singing voice and his wonderful cheerleading jump to Lloyd Campbell. Charley Webber bequeaths all his ability, personality, and good looks to his pal and fellow “japper-snapper,” Jimmy Robertson. Frank Shelor’s popularity and m-m-m-m good looks are bequeathed to his “little” brother, Wayne. William Ramsey’s height and sly solemnness are left with Barry Jamison. Frank Shelton leaves his wit and love of good times to Pinky Wilbourne. Randolph Sink has decided to leave his dramatic ability and his white ducks to Johnny Shank. Harry Slough leaves his name “Sleepy” to someone who will accept it and its meaning. Harry Slone leaves his dark hair and eyes and his love of jeeps to jimmy Johnson. Betty Jean Smith leaves the memory of her sweet ways with you all, grabs Ralph’s hand and runs away to a happy future. Mary Ann Smith leaves her ability for getting her cute little nose into everything, and for suc¬ ceeding so well in it all, to some little woman who will have to work terribly hard to keep up with all her exploits. Emmanuel Sowder bequeaths to Harold Wright his good ideas on the topics of today. Sally Belle Speck leaves us all with memories of her pretty hair and leaves to Charlotte Driscoll her love of sports. Barbara Spencer leaves her artistic talent to St. John’s little sis. Estelle Spencer wants the halls of A. L. to keep a share of her sparkling personality as a souvenir to remember her by. Lawson Stacy leaves his cheerful grin and good grades to his little brother. Betty June Stewart wills her lovely smile and friendly manner to Catherine Viar. Norman Street leaves his quiet personality and charm to all of Andrew Lewis. Wanda Sweeny wills her enthusiasm for high ideals to Andrew Lewis. Peggy Taliaferro wills her nice personality and band career to the head drum majorette of next year. Ramona Terry leaves her good spirit and lovely smile to Alice Baker. James Thomas leaves his wit and nice personality to the Senior boys of ’48. Emory Thurman wills his quietness and glowing smile to Brent Huffman. Betty Tyler wishes to leave her Christian leadership to the members of the S. C. A. of ’48. Jeryl Varney wills his place to his small brother, Ray. Velda Vaughn leaves her quietness and lady-like manner to Louise Gallion. Betty Jean Verna leaves her charming ways to the girl who can talk more than she in Miss Goodwin’s room next year. Peggy Wells leaves her rollicking laughter to ring in the halls of ole A. L. Ray Wilbourne bequeaths his influence at A. L. to his brother, Pinky, and asks to keep Jean Brown for himself. Wilma Wildhaver leaves her charming ways and Home Ec. ideals to Edith Hayden. Doris Jean Vest wills her quiet beauty to Virginia Belle Garst. Grace Wade leaves the sparkle of her eyes to Betty Ann King. Buddy Walker leaves his interest in so many things to Buddy Butts. Ralph Walker wants to take all his talent and ability with him, and Betty Jean, of course. Julius Walthall leaves his voice and red coat to Mrs. Perry’s leading man for future operettas. Freddie Watson is so cute that we hate to give him up, but we have decided to dedicate this charm to Edward Scruggs. Allison Weaver bequeaths to Lloyd Hinchee his cute ears and V-neck sweater. Evelyn Stanford leaves her auburn hair and sweet personality to Jean Brown. Class of ’47 [ 37 ]
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