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Page 61 text:
embarked on a
.feeks it seemed
:h the selection
first mate was
.vas Doris Mar-
no horns to an- -
" to guide our
ith Sea Islands,
America, a sud-
e natives with a
So the natives
Lely, under their
us a real demon--
1r next stop was
'ere now to try
against the ever
NI. H. S.
found that pleas-
Lnd is perfect and
y 'till we come to
nf School," where
harbor this group
SIJOHSOYS S Miss Frances Blankenbaker
2 Mr. Archie Boucher
Colors-Purple and lVhite
Motto-Climb tho' the rocks be rugged
Page 60 text:
jflreshmen 0115155 Zgistnrg
Freshmen Class of '26 on the first day of school embarked on a
perilous journey on the "high seas of M. H. S." ffFor weeks it seemed
as if this ship and its occupants would be lost, but with the selection
of Arthur O'Keefe as captain to steer it, while Owen Evans as first mate was
to "man the sails," then the "Lady Correspondent" of the ship was Doris Mar-
tin, and Frank Marshall sailed as "Man of Finance." Having no horns to an-
nounce our coming, this duty was given to Paul Green.
After the selection of these "Honorable Personagesn to guide our
fragile bark, ,sailing was excellent' and during this time we -passed through
many regions, some corresponding to the climate of the South Sea Islands,
others the climate of the North Pole. .
Then when most enjoying the- pleasant winds of North America, a sud-
den storm that arose nearly destroyed our boat. This fearful storm occurred
in the Port of Assembly, wfhere we were supposed to greet the natives with a
song. But the trade winds were sorely against us, as our fearless sailors
might be fearless but they certainly were not "song birds." So the natives
of Assembly finding our failure an immense joke, immediately, under their
leader, the "seaworthy" Constance Sweeney, began and gave us a real demon--
stration of how natives of Assembly sing.
After a short stay here we again put to sea, while our next stop was
to be on the Island of Festive where these fearless sailors were now to try
their art of merry-making, and fly their flag of independence against the ever
watchful eyes of the other sea rovers who sailed the seas of M. H. S.
Here on .this Isle of Festive we anchor long while 'tis found that pleas-
ure goes well with "hearty sailors " The sea is clear the wind is Jerfect and
. . ' A . ' 1
to steer our bark is found easier after a time of feasting and merrymaking and
while we turn our ship to the southeast and sail along happily 'till we come t0
the Harbor of this great sea commonly called "the last day of School," where
weleave urb tt b - - - ' - '
A o oa o ecome a stronger and more secure, to harbor this group
who fwe hopej when they aboard it, will be Sophomores bold.
So heave! My hearties! Ho!
Three cheers for Sophomores bold
May they never never grow old,
Page 62 text:
Top Row-Howard Cleary,f GeorgeMClutch, Robert Anderson, Jimmy Ballinger,
, Johnnie Baker, Sumner Buchanan.
Row 2--Ruth Boswell, Marie Clhristian, Mildred Bowers, Esther Brown, Erma Bar-
tee, Norma Allen, Edwin Brundege.
Row 3-Jack Coates, Lorena Bandy, Evelyn Byrd, Mildred Christy, Catherine Burkey,
Wilhelmina Burton, Corrine Crotfty, Bessie Branham, Harrison Barnes.
Row 4-Harry Clark, Margaret Connelly, Jenny Burton, Lula Bryce, Sarah Burden,
Dorothy Betz, Louie Bandy.
Top Row-Paul Green, Harry Quinley, Anna Davenport, 'Harold I1-vin, Gwen Evans
Keith Fenton. '
Row 2-Alberta Edwards, Irene Darby, Fern Evans, Nita Elsea, Rita Elsea, lvlildred
Forbis, Mary Glancey, Johnny Day,
Row 3-Frances Douglas, Goldie Dowdy, lone Fleming, Thelma Forbls, Stella Fm-
nell, Ruby Dowdy, W'illiam Isenhaur,
'Row 4-Hazel Nickell, Ralph Foley, Lois Evans, Raymond Giesler, D01-gthy Hmslw
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