Bryant High School - Hoosier Owl Yearbook (Bryant, IN)

 - Class of 1952

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Page 14 text:

fl lN.lJ'.lLJJ"lJ Jjfljj Left to Right: Emogene Scott: "Feature Editor" Jean Longnecizerz "Advertising lvIg1'." Norma Hoskins: "Associate Editor" Dick Dynes: t'Art Editor" Lois Morgan: "Circulation Mgr? f'SponsorH Max Flautiing: Donna Wilson: Kay Campbell: "Social Editor -v Mr. Earl H. Cheek "Sports Editor" ffEdito1' in Chief BUS DRIVERS Dick Bruebaker, Murray Berry, Joe Mumby, Russell Liggett, and Irvin Campbell. kg, 1 NEW TEACHERS ENTERING BRYANT THIS YEAR: Mr. Louis J. Hall, Miss Blythe Terwilliger, Miss Lois Poling, Mr. Earl H. Cheek. fF"M-Q. ,A ,Aw ,ta AV" 'WNY ' it -nal! Dismissal for lunch.

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n Memory Cf 1 Mrs. Lee Glentzer oct. 1, 1951 Life is not lived in length of time But in one's service to mankind.



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1 fx N ' J Here comes the Seniors of nineteen fifty-two, Swinging along gracefully to the Bryant blues, :'One God, One goal, One Destiny" represent our dream, We chose as our class colors, lavendar and cream. We began in 1940, with hopes held high, Now we are almost ready to say goodbye. One by one, I'll introduce my friends to you, In "48" there were 25, now 16 is quite a few. Kay Campbell is the very first one, And she always seems to have a lot of fun, She is slim and dark headed, with dimples deep. Some day a handsome "Boss" she will meet. Next comes Richard Dynes, we call him Dick for short, About most everything he is an excellent sport, Of his Ford "Bessie" he is mighty proud, When you see the Jr. girls, Dick is in the crowd. Robert Elzey com-es passing by, Lewis Shavqver is coming slow Bob, is an unpredictable guy- Where he acquired that walk we don't know. He spends much time in the Assembly at noon. In study hall you can never hear him snore, Yes, with a girl, it's too bad there isn't a moon. But he gets the sleep he should have had the night befoi Here 'C0m6S MGX Flauding, Our new lad, Here comes another athlete from our class, Gets in trouble, but is never too bad. In basketball he does his best to get that pass. He came from Gray, here several months ago, It's Eddie Wagner I'm speaking of, by the way, And we are proud to have him as you all know. He does his share in the cafeteria each day. Next is Norma Hoskins, an intelligent lass, Your truly is the last one to pass out, She is president of our class. Alphabetically, I mean, and I'll do so quiet as a mouse. Ask her about Geneva and she just smriles, But we know what she is thinking all t e while. CIO Guess, now who is coming down the line, a Why, its Bob Le Favour, studying physics all the time, Studies and studies and is never mean, But he torments the girls until they could scream. Mba Here comes Jean Longnecker, walking slow, She is tops as a waitress we all know. In study hall she gets a lot of passes From a boy in one of the other classes. Ah! Here comes a guy that is really on the beam, It's Eldon Masters, high point man on our basketball team. When it comes to pitching baseball, he really has class, Ask him about Portland and he will just let that pass. Next comes Eddie Minch, Burly is his nick name, He does his best in sports to bring Bryant fame. If by chance you see the desks out of place, You'll know Minch just plastered Masters in the face. Well, here comes a friend named Lois Morgan, She's a swell kid and as sweet as sorghum. Ask her why the rush and roam, She will tell you the Navy just came home. Next is Joe Moses, looking fine and dandy, He talks a lot and can't do without his candy. In Bookkeeping he is quite a whiz, That is, if Joe knows where the answer book is. Carl Myers is next in my rhyme, Tries to feed all the girls a line, Seems to miss a lot of school, but he's a good Joe, In his old Ford he can do twenty-five or so. Here comes Emogene Scott, with a twinkle in her eye, She is cute, short, and a little shy. We call her Emmy and tease her about "Fake", We think a nice couple they would make.

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