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Page 32 text:
Th l rly
Ruth M. McCann
Mary jean Kelley
Virginia Van Blair
Mary rl, Quick
Anna L. Armstrong
LITTLE BUT MIGHTY
Some wise guy said "Valuable articles come wrapped
in small packages," This lits the class of 1939 to the
proverbial There were only one hundred in the
class, but, me, oh my, what those one hundred did dol
To start the hall afrollin', they threw a, party in the after'
noon and entertained themselves right well, I'd say off'
hand. They danced, dined, and were diverted by a
program, and who, I ask you, could want more?
The hoys ol, the class did themselves proud in hasketf
hall and softball. ln fact, when the softball season was
Lemuel Ca mpbell
Tfdrtf Ru 14'
over, they ranked high in the junior High division. and
in basketball, they finished up second.
The gals learned during the year that the quickest
way to a manis heart is through his stomach, sn, with
Miss Maples help, they became practically perfect cooks
-f-I said practically.
In the May Fest. the femmes of the class went back
to Nature or somethin' and did an aesthetic dance with
Taken all in all, this class hasnt done had this year,
Page 31 text:
C EDARS 193 5 Twenty-nine
Anna Pearl Ludlow
Mary jane Mace
1. W. McKinsey
james H. Mcliityre
Mary E. Schultz
"The time has come," ye editor said, "to speak of
many things. Of shoes, and ships, and sealing wax, of
cabbages andvfso I took freshmen. And what a sub'
ject! It is with the greatest pleasure that I take my
typewriter in hand, and write a eulogy or biography or
something about these youngies.
They started olf the year with the proverbial bang.
'Twas the twelfth of October, when all through the gym,
not a creature was stirring, except all the freshies fand
any upperclassmen who could sneak inll. Frank Adney,
the honorable president, acted as host, and was ably asf
sisted by "Cappy" Sutphin, vicefpresident, and Mary
Louise Witt, secretary. The wee ones danced, etc., and
cavorted from 7:30 until7?7 f1O:3Oj, Of course, after
the ball was brawled out, some of the braver male sex
escorted some of the weaker sex home.
And, speaking of athletes, the class of '38 really had
'em. The softball team managed to ooze the sophof
mores from third place in the final standing to take that
place themselves. And then, in interclass basketball,
they ended up in third place again. Take the advice of
your correspondent, folks, and watch for these boys in
another year or two. lt's my humble opinion that
johnny Watson is goin' places.
While the boys were covering themselves with athf
letic glory, the girls were out for bigger game. -lust
between me and Winchell, a few of our more prominent
senior boys were nearly worried to a frazzle by the
efforts of these dames. When occupied by this more
important work the femmes used their time cooking,
playing basketball, and learning their hic, haec, hoe's.
Well, this just about completes this biography of the
class of YS, so I think I'll take a much needed rest from
Pourquoi Club - - Continued
Fourth Row: john Darnall, Lewis Miller, Dorla Lucas,
Phyllis Lowe, Miss Brookshire, sponsor: Cecelia
Zissis. Lorraine Wolhngton, Dorothy lVlcDaniel.
Third Row: George Scott, Mildred Tribbett, Lilly Scott,
Lora Dodd, Bertha Beck, Lucille Thompson, Wanda
Nlurphy, Dorothy Edens, Mary Frances Smith. ,loan
Wimborough, -lean McCord, Betty Armstrong, Mary
Second Row: Theodore Gullion, james MeVey, XVilf
liam Lewis, Charles Forbes, Byron Cunningham,
Winford Groover, Junior Clemcnson.
First Row: Morris Ritchie, Maurice Bradley, Uphia
Ferguson, Nina Neese, Russell French.
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