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Page 15 text:
ESTHER KATHRYN TAYLOR
"Our ideal" . . . friendly . . . poised . , . wholesome
. . . ci flair for dramatics.
JULIA WARREN TOWNSLEY
Dog lover , . zz flair for clothes . . . frank . .
impulsive . abrupt speech.
WALTER ASHLEY TRIPLETT
Good chemist . . . courteous , . . quality not quantity
. . . efficient.
REBECCA EARLE WEAVER
Quiet . , sincere . . . studious . . . soft blue eyes.
DANIEL FITZHUGH WILLIAMS
Athletic . . . quick smiles . . . ambition-to be in
Navy . . . amicable.
ADDISON GORDON WILLIS, JR.
Good leader . . . rosy cheeks . . . diligent . .
EDWARD TURPIN WILLIS, JR.
Flirt . . . petty hates . . . explosive sneeze . .
Lord Chesterfield manners.
ALICE ELIZABETH YANCEY
Math wizard . . , brisk, businesslike speech .
industrious . . energetic action.
LOTTIE HELEN YANCEY
Movie-goer . . . red-headed . . . 4-I-I worker .
PAULINE SMITH YANCEY
Attractive . . . compcinionable . . . well-dressed . .
dignified . , . poised.
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VIVIAN GARRICK JEFFRIES RANKIN I
Scottish descent . . . good boxer . . lanky . .
LETITIA STROTHER ROBERTS
Champion gummer . . . English complexion . .
lisso . . . warm smiles.
OLIVE EDNA RUMSEY
Careful . . sincere . . steady . . . loyal.
.IAMES LANCELOT RUST, JR.
Business man . . . :1 pipe . . . "Tin Lizzie
contagious smile . . . broad shoulders.
JAMES HUGH RYAN, JR.
Southern drawl . , . well-dressed . . . heart-breaker
. . . dancing feet.
SYLVIA BERNICE SCHWARTZ
.Ioyous . . . chronic giggles . versatile .
furnishes lots of fun.
MARY LEE SMITH
Latinist . . . efficient . . . sweet and generous
HAROLD STEPHENS SMITH
jolly . , . big tease . . friendly . . . arguments.
RUTH ALMEDA STARKEY
Studious . , . quiet . . . straight A's , . . "Chickens,"
Jackie Cooper of C,H.S .... football hero
courteous gentleman . . , honest smile,
V ,Lf V .
Page 16 text:
Seniors! Graduation! Can it be true that we've finished our eleven years of toil
and reached our goal? Let us see if we can remember the days when We first entered
ln '35, we felt extremely proud as we walked across the stage to get our grammar
school diplomas. Our thoughts probably turned to the time when we would walk
in senior caps and gowns.
Freshmen! Into the freshman class we plunged with heads Cthat we thought were
so full of knowledgej held high. How small and insignificant we were, but how im-
portant we felt! Miss Jansen and Mr. Shotwell were our sponsors-good ones too.
We needed to be tucked under someone's wing. When the seniors saw some of our
brood in the hall, they would say to each other, "Look, they're bringing the kinder-
garten into high school." Of course that took us down a few notches. ln spite of these
remarks the seniors gave us a delightful picnic on Mt. Pony,
Then we of the "kindergarten" who were lucky enough pushed on to the sopho-
more rooms, Here we began to get a little settled under Mrs. Hudson and Miss "Mac."
We began to join clubs and really enter into high school life.
The third big moment of high school was the entrance into the Junior room.
We really soared high under the guidance of Miss f'Mac," who was promoted with us,
and under our class president, Esther Taylor, We gave the athletic girls and boys a
grand party and to the seniors we gave a banquet and prom. "Gossiping Annie" really
had her hands full keeping in touch with those "puppy', love cases.
At last! Seniors! How sophisticated we tried to be, but how light-hearted we
really were. Life seemed to us merely a merry-go-round of studies-parties-movies!
The freshmen seemed to enjoy that picnic we gave them at Hutcherson's 'Grove. The
first thrill of the year was the arrival of the class rings. Good looking! Next, the
Senior play, "Campus Quarantine." Quite a few new actors and actresses came for-
ward. And then did the seniors shine in the Thespian contest. We brought the cup
l'home" to Miss Winn. With the help of our sponsor, Miss Winn, and our president,
Bryce Schofield, invitations, cards, caps and gowns were easily selected. Much other
excitement and many other happenings filled the portion of the year left. We shall
remember the senior year as one of the happiest and busiest ever spent.
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