Central High School - Panther Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)

 - Class of 1932

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Walter li. I ' triA Franci s Sammons WiLLii; RoniRTS Annltte Roweel Wii LIE Mae Ruckman Leona Mouser EiiA Mae Tedeord Grace Philbeck Ollie Mae Orr Ronald Wheeler Alice Gould Westbrook Decker lecia Siegal. Nona Heath is the author of a serial story running in the paper. Virginia Beaver ' s picture is on the so- ciety page; she has just won a prize in a short story contest. I sec the account of a party that Alice Rhea gave. Many distinguished guests were present. I sec that many parties have been given for Grace McClure, bridc-elcct. Ivan Baker, Harriet Mansfield, and Daphne Porter arc now a famous vaudeville team. They are appearing at the Worth Theater in Fort Worth, Texas, this week. There is the advertisement of Bobette Hairpins, the company being owned by Bobette Owens. Margaret Mays is a sob sister on this flourishing newspaper. The scene changes, and 1 can clearly see the race tracks at Arlington Downs, near Fort Worth, Texas. There go Virginia Cozzens and Victor Rubio down the lane to see the horses. Gazing out on the race track is George Acklcy, botanist. Lee Brownlow, photographer, is rushing down to the rail to take a picture of the winner. I see Myrtle Nell Taliaferro and Alice Quigley, au- fifty-one

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Tom Armstroxc Sarah Lilly Jot Tills Marionell Harkridlr Ella Jlax Harris Evelyn Harris Maurinl Humphrey Berniece Oakes Marion Mann C ' illiam Strube Ruby Lle Hackney Richard Coleman In another office I see Willie Roberts, standing before his boss ' desk, struggling with his speech and mopping his brow. Annette Rowell is filing cards in her office, while Willie Mae Ruckman is answering the telcphdne. On another door I see the words, " Acme Life Insuiance, " and under it, " Manager, Leona Mouser. " On the fiirst floor I see a beauty shop owned by Madame Eda Mae Tedford. Grace Philbcck, Broadway star, is having her hair dressed by the special opera- tor, Ollic Mae Orr. On the top story in a large studio Donald Wheeler is attempt- ing to paint a portrait of Alice (iouid, ch.uniiag artist ' s model. On another floor I see Wcstbrooke Decker witii lils feet on hl desk, his head dropped and eyes closed, enjoying an afternoon nap. — He must be boss! A newspaper edited by Martha Prcssley appears. The headlines show me that Lofton Byas has just invented an inkless fountain pen. On the editorial page I sec the widely-known health column of Fc- Flfly



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Fl I IC lA SiGEL Loi TON Byas Mari MA Prlssley Alice Rhea Virginia Beavers Nona Heath Harriet Mansi ield Ivan Baker Grace McClure Margaret Mays Bobette OvC ' ENS Daphne Porter tliors, ■(tiMlnini; tlicir iiccks to i;ct a glimpse of tlieir hus- bands, who have strayed away from them. Far up on top of the grand stand I see some newspapers floating in the breeze. May- be Nou ' d be interested to know that behind these papers are seated Ramona Young, j lar Ruth Clark, and A. L. Cnnich, school teachers. There goes Margaret Robinson, who is being escorted down the race track by her English husband. A prosperous business man, Desmond Ciordon, is congratu- lating himself on having picked the winner of the ra . liafry Wear, jockey No. 2, is the winner of the race. - ' ' ' - ' ' 4 , The handsome face of Hugh Wallace appears as president of a chemical college. I lora Al- ma English is now the charming, energetic seller of " Billie lirown Shoes. " Robbie Neil Robbins is keeping a home for stray robins. Rose Dwarkin is selling Paris gowns in liollywood. Jewell Harrison is spending her honeymoon in Newport. Grace Dwarkin is running a tearoom in Dallas. f ' ) ' " ' j

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