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JUST SENIORS LuLA Gilmer Hood A nice, quiet girl is Lula, but she ' s no Prudence Prim. Even tho ' she stayed in Mt. Olive for a time, she doesn ' t put on any country ways — and that ' s something. Claudia Irwin " shrimp " Whenever you see a paif of grejfiiigf ' laughing, brown eyes, and hear an infectibus gle you may be sure you have found Claudiaj Those eyes, the envy of all Senior girls — hay vamped everyone within a territory ' the radfcs of which includes Mt. Olive. Claudia|3%-alWys full of pep and fun; but she has her sober rrtQm nts. It is this delightful combination that has won her many friends both in and out of G.H.S. Florence Brinkley Johnson Basketball, ' 25r, ' a6; Athletic Association, ' i? ' ; Junior Play, ' a ; Cheerleader, ' 26; Prophet, " 26; Senior WritC ' Up Editor, ' 26. To a large quantity of restless energy, add a dash of mischief, a teaspoonful of spice, and several hand ' fuls of spontaniety. Sift all these ingredients into a petite body; add to the mixture a crinkly smile, in- fectious cheerfulness, plenty of pep mixed with gentle consideration, plus frankness, and a generous supply of sweetness. Place to grow in the sunshine of the 1926 room, and at the end of the school term you have the Senior ' s joy — Florence Johnson. Louise Johnston " long legs " Glee Club, ' 24, ' 25; Vice-President Glee Club, Junior Play, ' 25; Statistician, ' 26. During her four years in G. H.S., Louise has achieved a great success in her studies and has been a faithful member of the Glee Club for the past two years. She is truly one of those persons whom one, on better aquaintance, grows to like immensely, and he always comes through with a " smile that won ' t 25; • Page 12 --
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JUST S E N I O R S David Grantham You can si:;e David up with a giggle, a grin, and a fair amount pftiiluff. Whether these will carry him through his ' Senior year we know not. William Granger Haynes " kidu " Kid " is renowned in the school for his " snowdrift " hair. Not counting this drawback he is a good fellow and wherever he goes keeps the crowd laugh- ing at his jokes and witty remarks. Sadie Belle Harris SUNSHINE McNeil Literary Society, ' 22. Sadie is just what her nickname implies, always smil ' ing and trying to brighten somebody ' s life. Just give her a dorine, a comb, and some " Teaberry, " and she ' s perfectly content. Lela Mae Hobbs Lela Mae is full of pep; she can act reserved when the -hfiftion strikes her, but it is very seldom that it does. If " evie.ryone kept the spirit she does, you would not see many gloomy faces around. She is original and is always giving us some new expression. Put all this together and you will get a fine ole girl. ■• Page
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Margaret Downing Kornegay Athletic Association, ' 25; Junior Play, ' 25. Margaret is one of our more substantial Seniors. Her favorite expression is " Aw, Gee!, " which we all know originated in Kenansville; for she keeps the road hot between Goldsboro and that city every Sunday afternoon. She, like Virginia, is interested in athletics, always attending the football and basketball games. " She seems a part of G, H. S.; we couldn ' t do without her. Annie Virginia Kornegay Assistant Business Manager Junior Play; Manager Girls ' Basketball ' 26; Basketball, ' 25, ' 26; Latin Club, ' 25; Cheerleader of Football Team, ' 25; Athletic Association, ' 25. Did you hear that loud laughter on the back seat? Well, it ' s Virginia. She is nice and quiet (?) until the giggle escapes. At football games she is a reg- ular attender, and maybe this accounts for her am- bition to " punt " a football forty yards. William Dortch Langston Football, ' 2j, ' 24, ' 25; Junior Play, ' 2 . Dortch, known among the boys as " Spoofer, " is extremely popular with all the young-folks. With his cheerful disposition and friendly ways he is val- uable to the entire high school. As clown of the class, he delights in paradoxes, and his quaint terms of expression and whimsical interpretations of as- signments are theioy of his class. Dortch has al- ways found time to devote to athletics, and can quickly forget " sheiking " when it comes to a " fly- ing tackle " or a slide in home. Sara Langston " Say not unto her lest she blush " In Sara we see a great model. She is a conscientious student, and is never found lacking on history class(?) ■ Page 13 ■
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