Foley High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Foley, AL)
- Class of 1922
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Commencement Exercises of thc
I3AI.D'vVlN CO. AGRICUL'l'URAL SCHOOL
FULIG Y, A LA HAMA.
April 14m-20111, 1922.
,AVRIL lfll.l1, FRIDAY EVENlNG, 8 I'. Q
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Al'IllI, 18l.h, TUICSDAY, 8 P. M.
Senior .l'l:1y, "The Iluinbmv Kimonn
APRIL 20th, TIIUIISDAY, 8 P. M
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THE RAINBOW KIMONA
Nellie Van Tassel. Pres. of the Rainbow Kimona Society. Myrtle Morris.
Ruth Ashton ........... The Vice-President ........... June Pollard.
Alice Marion .... ..... T he Treasurer ..... .... O ra Avery.
Isabel Sutro ........ ..... T he Secretary .... ...... E va Walker.
Beatrice Courtney ........ The Class Poet ........ Mildred McCord.
Olive Mercer. . .President of the Basket Ball Team.. .Lucille Benson.
Winifred Turner .............. Student .............. Ursula Oscar.
Edith Jones ........... The New Senior ........... Dorothy Boller.
Rose Jackson. .Miss Penelope's impish colored maid. .Dorothy Soesbe.
' TIME.-The present,
' TIME OF PRESENTATION.-ONE hour -and a half.
LOCALITY.-Miss Penelope Wright's Collegiate School for Young
X N Ladies. Clairmont on the Hudson.
b SYNOPSIS OF INCIDENTS
ACT I.--The meeting of the Rainbow Kimona Society. Opening
cf time birthday box. Discussing the new senior. The vote unfavor-
alflef Circumstantial evidence. The discovery of Rose. The finding
of Julia Armstead's pin. The court-martial. The ghost. The un-
expected appearance of Edith. The class yell.
ACT Il.-One week later. Preparing: stage-properties, Wanted
-an Othello. The decision. The retirement of Olive. The play
from Shakespeare. Hamletfs advice to Romeo. Advertise. "Oh,
it's dust, dust, dust, from morn 'til night." Henry Vlll's understudy.
The ghost appears. The recognition. The apology. The class yell.
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Salutatorian .... June Pollard.
Historian . . . . . .Lucille Benson.
I oet ..... .... ll Iildred McCord.
Song .... ........... C lass.
Musician .. .... Myrtle Morris.
Will ......... ...... O ra' Avery.
Prophet ........ ..... U rsula Oscar. V
Valcdictorian .................... Eva Walker.
Baccalaureate Address ........ Sen. John Craft. I
Delivery of Diplomas. '
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and Ludle Hughes are as much In love now as they were 67 years ago when they were DGWUYWGUS-
oving as timeqoes bv
love and romance really
going through the sunset
of life? You bet, say area
who work with the senior
because they're alittle
doesn't mean romance is
We have some people in
70s who are widowed, who
a lot of time with each
who go out to dinner with
other, or who eat together
all the time," says Frank
administrator of White
Manor, a retirement home
Fort Walton Beach. '
at Sandestin's Assisted
Facility, has seen roman-
of all types, including one
yes, we see it all the time.
one fellow who's just
94. He's a real Casanova.
Sandestin Bradley Sgesl
of the long-time malifled
though. ' 'i
of those romances IS the
l l l
Noi Such thing asfbeing
too old for romance
'one between LancelotiandLua1e
Hughes, married 67 years.
"I think my mother was a little
romantic when I 'was born,"
laughs the 96-year-old Lancelot.
"I was married once for 10 years,
before I was married this time."
His first wife died after 10 years,
leaving him with an infant son
and two small daughters. The
oldest is now 77. '- 1 . 7
"Each one of us feels we
couldn't do without the
other," Lancelot says. He credits
his second wife for the success of
their marriage. "Well, she's just
mighty sweet, she's mighty nice,
is all I can say." ,
Ludie Hughes still remembers
that he was just about the most
handsome man she'd ever seen,
when at 17 she ,met him - and
thought he was his unmarried
Lancelot was quite happily
married and the father of three
when he first waitedion Ludie at
his father's store in Ponce De
It was awhile before she realiz-
"I was so disappointed. He was
the best-looking man. Here I
thought I had me a beau," Ludie
says. The mistake was cleared up,
though, and another summer later,
after Lancelot's first wife had died,
they were married.
These days, they live a quiet life.
For years Lancelotused to bring
Ludie' her morning coffee. and
breakfast in bed, he said. Now
because he is legally blind, Ludie
does most of the caring for him and
often sits and reads to him.
In their minds, they're still see-
ing the faces they looked at 67
years ago in that little store in
Ponce De Leon.
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