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Robert E. Clark
“He is a friend to all, and he knows many.”
Hilda M. Clevenger —
“She is satisfied with a cozy chair and a book.
Chester I.. Ciinger—'Band President.
“A singing Centralite.”
Louise Clouse • Science and Music Clubs. “Central's foreign correspondent.”
Byron Cochrane — Basketball, Track.
“A sprinting Centralite."
John J. Collins — Senior Band.
"He toots some high notes.”
Mildred Collinsworth -"She’s shy but a shark at shorthand.”
Helen Con key
"New and very welcome."
Thelma Conn • French Club. "One of tile few shy girls left."
Charles Conway —
"Hi, Ted, still collecting guns?
Margery Cortner —
“She likes going places.”
Richard Cory —
‘ Has nice, comfortable hobbies — eating and sleeping.”
Lewi Cosart —
Robert Covert "Cod bless the man who invented sleep.”
Robert Cox — “They All Want Somthing.” Pep and Dramatic Clubs.
"He burns the midnight oil—but not ahvavs for studies.”
Charles Crawford —
“Longest legs in the senior class."
Robert Crist Aviation Club.
“Intends to be a high-flyer.”
Mary Jane Croft -“Exhibit ‘A’,” Dramatic and Pep ( mbs.
“Exhibit V on display."
Dorotha Cron —- Science and Dunbar Clubs, G. A. A., Girls’ Basketball.
"Artistic, domestic, and athletic.”
Martha Danner French Club, Honor Society, Mun-sonian. Senior Magazine.
"Eskimo pics are her specialty. ’
Walter Davis Pep Club.
"He’s a blonde.”
Lucille DePoy.— G. A. A.
Gwendolyn I )eWitt —
“I e Witt of the class."
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SENIOR MAGAZINE— 1933
George Bowman Health Service and Science Clubs, Honor Society. Senior Magazine.
••The original 'Howdy 1 man.”
“He has a girl and a basketball on his mind.
Alice Bradburn —
“What's the use of living if we can t enjoy ourselves?
Harriet Brazier- Dramatic. French, Pep, Consul of Vergil, Vice-President of Girls’ Service: Secretary of Honor Society, Senior Magazine Staff. “Exhibit A ” “Busy as a hen with one chicken; everybody friend.”
Beverly Brown —
"We wish her lots of luck.”
“Giggling is the spice of life.”
Paul A. Brown —
"Another of our lovers of athletics.
Dorothy Burgauer—Pep and Dramatic Clubs Munso-nian. "They All Want Something." "Exhibit ‘A’. ’ "Oui, Monsieur.”
Jean Burns — . . „
"Dear me. I’m always in a rush!
John Thomas Burton —
"We don’t know how to take him.”
Wilma Burton French Club. Honor Society. "She’- the kind of friend everyone loves to have.”
Clyde Callicoat —
"I like to jis git out an’ rest An’ not to work at nothin’ else.”
Margaret Marie Calwell — Daijber Club.
"She put ‘A’ in scholarship.”
Lois Campbell Dramatic. French, and Pep Clubs, Honor Society, Senior Magazine.
"We pick ’Louie’ for an enthusiast and a winner.
Lucille Campbell —
"Petite and sweet.”
Phyllis Campbell —
•"‘Still water runs deep.”
Wilma Campbell Senior Publicity Committee, Mun-sonian. Senior Magazine.
“Sweet and plaintive is her style.
And very winsome is her smile.”
Marjorie Carey — ...
"Her hair is blonde, of beautiful hue.
And her eyes deep pools of shining blue.”
Paul Carpenter—Science Club, t Track.
“ ‘Carpy’ likes bright-red ties."
Robert Cartwright — Vergil. Pep, Science, and Dramatic Clubs.
••I’ll tell you all about it.”
Robert Casey Munsonian. Senior Magazine, "They All Want Something.” Football.
"With Casey at the bat we’re sure ot a good time.
Ruth Chamness —
“Pretty, sweet, and Irish."
Eleanor Chapman—Friendship, Health Service, and French Clubs, Munsonian.
“An echo is the only thing that can cheat her out of the last word.”
Grace Clark — , , „
"A girl that we’re glad to have known.
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Wayne K. Dick —
"What kind of driving do you like, Wayne? Is it hack-seat driving?"
I.orcnc Double — .
"I.orene is Double now. Will she ever be single.
Jay Neil Doughty — Swimming, 32.
"Did you ever see him dance, girls?"
James Draper Dramatic and Science Clubs, Honor Society, Munsonian. Senior Magazine. Senior Publicity Committee.
"When I speak. I say nothing."
Kenneth E. Dudley —
He'll be a newspaper man some day."
W'illard Duffy Wrestling.
K. Wayne Duke — Munsonian.
A valuable Munsonian man."
Pauline Dye — Friendship Club.
"Don't say Hit: say Dye."
Waunita N. Dyer—Health Service Club.
"What are you doing, my pretty maid?
"I’m doing my lessons, sir, ’ she said.
Edgar Early — . , „
"Early or late. Edgar is always welcome.
Jlerschel "Red" Eastman - Dramatic. President of Sales nianship Club, Manager of Football and Track.
"I managed to be graduated."
Helen Edwards —
“An ideal girl."
Paul Elliott — „
"Paul is one of our dependable boys.
Marcella Ertel— . . ,
"Divinely tall and most divinely fair.
(lera'dinc Evans— Dunbar Club.
"Mighty sweet-and very neat."
I.ovina FalJis — French Club. Honor Society. "She can’t frown — she’s never tried.
Clem E. Finley—Dunbar Club. Track. Intra-Mural, Basketball, Baseball. Volley Ball.
"Of all noises. I think music is the least disagreeable.
Marthacllyn Fitch — French Club. Munsonian.
"Let's go places and do things.”
Ira Flick —
"Raises rats for a hobby.
Robert Floyd —
“Dozen orange', please.'
Glynn Forkner —
"We have to look up to Glynn.
Marcella Frazier -"Tennis is her middle name —
basketball her hobby."
Irene Frcvmark Munsonian.
"Irene can be depended upon at all times.
Jack E. Frick — Dramatic Club.
"A gay young blood."
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