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Donald M. Allison -
“So rush! I have a lifetime to live.”
Helen Armstrong — C'eemoh and Pep Clubs, Girls’ Service Executive Board. Honor Society.
“Eyes like stars and a-nature as heavenly.”
Milford Artrip —
“Give me vacation or give me death.”
Kenneth Atkinson “An air-minded boy with sky-high ideals.”
Mary Avery — Dauber Club.
"Red head gingerbread—why wasn’t I born a blonde?”
Eleanor Babcock — I ep Club.
“As fond of dates as an Arab.”
Bernice M. Baker —
“A lady with notions of her own.”
Mildred K. Baker —- Senior Magazine.
“As a typist she has unusual skill;
Has many friends and always will.”
Robert E. Bane "Built for speed.”
Jean Banta Science. French. I’ep, Dramatic, and Friendship Hubs, Honor Society. Munsonian. Senior Magazine. Senior Publicity Committee.
How will Central get along without Jean?”
Lester Barlow — Aviation Club.
"A mechanic and Jack-of-all-tradcs.”
Aileen Barnet ergil Club, Girls' Service Executive Board.
"She dotes on writing notes.”
Ruth Barr—French. Dramatic, and Pep Clubs. Honoi Society, Munsonian.
"Ruth's happy and gay all the time And her hair is like bright sunshine.”
Martha Barth —
"A world unto herself.”
Leona Beall—Veigil Club.
"Leona likes to lie under a tree with only a book for company.
Billie Benham —
"She may have ‘ben ham’ — but look at her now!”
"Glen’s a real fellow.”
Sarah Jane Beoddv — Pep Club.
"Hers is the gift of silence.”
Fred W. Bethea — Dunbar and Hi-Y Clubs, Track "A boy whom Central will miss.”
Virginia Ice Iteuoy — Friendship, Science, and Vergil Clubs.
"The best matured girl we know —
Perhaps that's why wc like her so.”
Garnet Bigelow — G. A. A.
“What sweet little dimples have I!”
Wendelj E. Black —
"Life's only a song.”
Llovd Bonshirc —
"Must have his food and his nap.”
Pauline Bott — Friendship and Dauber Clubs. G. A. A Munsonian, Senior Magazine.
• We have here an artist, an athlete, and an all-around splendid girl.
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SENIOR MAGAZI N E —
Glynn Rivers—President of Senior Class, Vergil, Dramatic. French. Ili-Y. and “M” Clubs, Munsonian, Basketball. Senior Magazine.
‘ The first boy in everybody’s heart.’’
Fred Kcppler Vice-President of Senior Class. President of Dramatic Club. Hi-Y, Science, and Pep Clubs. "They All Want Something.” Senior Magazine. Munsonian. "Says what he thinks, but doesn’t think what he says.”
Marjorie Parsons— Editor of Munsonfan and Senior Magazine. Pep. Dramatic, and French Clubs. Honor Society. Senior Social Committee.
“Penn Parsons, poser of puns.”
Betty Greene Secretary of Senior Class. Pep, Vergil. Treasurer of Girls’Service, Honor Society. Munsonian. 'Yc sweete olde chatterer is always merry and full of glee.”
Robert Heath — Business Manager of Munsonian and Senior Magazine. Dramatic and Health Service Clubs. Honor Society.
"There arc no more like Robert.”
George Humteld Treasurer of Senior Class. Science and Hi-Y Clubs, Honor Society.
"If ideas were money, I would at least be a millionaire.”
Marie Yohler President of French Club. Secretary of Girls' Service Club, Friendship Club, Honor Society, Senior Magazine.
"Reserved and quiet she' - known to be;
Masters her lessons quite readily.”
Dorothy Webb—Vergil. Friendship, and Pep Clubs, Honor Society. G. A .A.. Munsonian, Senior Magazine, Winner of Girls’ Sportsmanship Medal.
"A girl we’d hate to be without —
In everything, just a good scout.”
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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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