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Lily Adams ' 'A ' " E
Lily was onlslanrliny 'ia ora-
lory mul flelaaliay and was
som-nlary of the debating class.
She -was Associate Editor of
the Annual and 11-as Secretary-
7'I'l'll8'lH'l'l' of the National
Ilouor Society. She 'rvorlcefl on
the Class ,Day mul motto rom-
mitlees, flu' tfourtwsy Sqzlarl.
mul on the Echo. She also
u-rwlcml in the Last and F0'lI-'llll
Etta rliflwzfl have lo holh.e'r with
j7l'l'llllllIf'lllS, curlcrs. anrl finger
u-ares. We formal Ella lo lm a
rooperalire 'mor lr 1' r on the
photo anrl rmnaal committees.
Nlw was a 'nmmlwr of the Ulf-1'
f'luI1 and lhc Ilikers' C"lz.flr.
Who says yirls Il0II"l- blush
lhcsc clays? "Ginny" has her
.flll-Oily Ilonor, was Secretary
and T'ice-l'a'esicle'11lr of the All
'lloauul Cllulz, anfl Slmleut
Con-ncil 'l'081Il4lflll'I!ly. Sho was
a mzfmlwr of Ihe A. B. tfluh
aml Uhoir and SI'l'l't!tl on the
photo rnnl Vlass Day commit-
She lauylwfl anfl the school
lIlllylll'lI will: lwr. "Jack" 'was
a member of the Vlass Day and
a n no u n F14 ru c n I connuillees,
Girls' S4'lI'll!'I' aml .fl. 13. fllulns.
She wrote for lhe Echo and
n-orlrwl on Ihr' ,flrlverl-isia1.y
Ilcoryr' can ln' fleswllfefl as the
.lohnny l'l'1fi.wsmulI1'r of the
class. Ilis swinnniurg l'lfI'0l'll for
Ihr' Ill-V proves Ihix fuel. Ile
was also a llIl'll1ll!'l' of the foot-
"f:'fll'l'.UU ix heller known, as the
"Old AllIlf'8fl'llH of Olll' class.
Ilis nlusir-al vln'4'er consisted of
participating -in the operella,
Smrior lfanrl, mul A Uapellu
f'lmir. Ill' was also Drum
.llajor in lhe ltunrl and a mem-
Iufr of the flnnual Slaff.
' lph Adams
The H'lll1S"ll1TLgv hero of the
senior class. He will vzvever be
foryotten. for his marvelous
ability as stage -manager for
vvzriofus stage prorlrrcliovrrs. He
was a me'm,lJe'r of the Senior
liaml, A Capella Choir, and
the Class Day and motto com-
Because she is a yoozl student
Nina fools part in fnzany activi-
ties. She was Vice-Presizlent of
the National Honor Society and
r'ecei1,-all her .All-C"ity Honor.
This ea-ample of scholarship
was News Editor of the Echo,
rlzairman of the photo cm'nmit--
lee, and also server! on the
Flass Day committee.
lfelcn is -very active, taking
part in many school activities.
"Bally" was Vice-Pres'icle'n,t of
the Senior Class, Treasurer of
the .Tu-nior Class, Preslflent of
lfoth the A. B. Club and the
tllzolr, Treasurer of the Science
Cll'lll1,' riny and pin. memorial,
and ann-ual committees. She
played in HfI'll1l'lCl0b6'l'l':lf F'i'n'n,"
and in the "S'hou.v-Off."
ReJ:a's hair is as the lnlael-:est
night. She was clzairmanr of
the Lost and Formal Depart-
ment. a member of the St'ltCl67l4t
flfllllllfll. Courtesy Squad, and
Ihe Senior National Honor
Sol-icly. She also helped on the
tllass Day and photo commit-
A little blond. a pretty smile,
and a 'very nice friend. "Bert"
-was a. membm- of the Glue
Club. look part in the Girls'
Jleet, and serwezl on the Class
Day and ll'lHl-U'lllll'0IllH7If com-
Thomas M. Bernard
Ile could say the most unau-
pcctezl things at the most 'une:v-
pevtefl times. Il-is hobby was
dancing, Tom was peppy mul
kept activities alive in the
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