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Page 12 text:
In loving' memory of our classmate
BETTY JANE HARMON
who passed away August 28, 1949
Not dead to us who loved her
Not lost, but gone before,
She lives with ns in memory,
And will forever more.
Senior Class of '50
TEACHERS GRGUP PICTURES
First Row: Claeft to Riglitj Kenneth H. jensen, Miss lrene Sears,
Mrs. Eldina Robinson, Mrs. Leila D. Pate, Mrs. Dora Freed, Mr.
Second Row: Mrs. Upal Yest. Miss Gladys Lloyd, Mrs. John
Truelmlood, Mrs. Dencil McCarter, Norma Dell Rowman.
Third Roxy: XYallace lleasley, G. D. Henderson, Mr. D. Wlads-
wortli. liill Richardson. Janitor, Clarence lluecliele.
Last Roxy: Paul llrenneman, Henry VYallicli, Janitor, A. Deal,
lid Marlin. lf. O. Dolilnins.
Page 11 text:
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V- VVILMA RITCI-IEY, "Wil1ie"g
Prediction: Soda jerk
KEITH RUSSELL, 'KKeith"
' SARA SENEFF, 'iSnooks"
it Ambition: Musician
Prediction : VVaitress
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RGBERT SOLLIDAY, "Bohn
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PAUL SPURGEON, 4'Diz"
Ambition: Music Teacher
' . Prediction:Organist
CLEO WILLIAMS, "Flea"
SI-IERRILL TARVIN, "Sherry,'g Salutatorian
Page 13 text:
As I entered the class room this morning, after being out rather
late the night before, I began to realize that in a few weeks we would
not be coming to this class any longer. The last thing I remembered
Mr. Marlin saying was to work out Study Cuide for Chapter 31.
Since I had already finished this, I laid my head on my desk, and in
a short time my thoughts were far away.
I was completely lost in a dream. I dreamed I was in Udon
working as a bookkeeper for an enormous Class Manufacturing
Corp., owned by one of my former classmates, Keith Russell.
It was yacation time for me and I had planned a trip to Hawaii.
I was to meet the train in W'ashington the following day at 4:30.
The trip was quite long and tiresome. The train stopped many
times to pick up passengers and let them off. I stopped in St. Louis
for an hour.
As I stepped off the train, a short fat porter came toward me to
help carry my luggage. It was none other than Eldon Howard. We
chatted for a while, then I went into the waiting room to wait for
the next train. As I entered the room, I saw four familiar looking
faces, Mrs. Eva Mae Ferguson, the former Miss Eva Crane and hus-
band and Mrs. Helen Spurgeon, the former Miss Helen Hugunin,
and her husband. I talked with them for a while and found that
they had had a double wedding, and they were taking their honey-
moon together. As it was nearing time for the next train, I decided
to freshen my make-up a bit. Hurrying off to the powder room, I
bumped into a telegraph boy, whom I discovered to be Bob Ketchem.
At last I was on my way again. I spent another night on the
train. and we reached San Francisco at 11:00 o'clock the next day.
YYhen I walked away from the train platform, I saw a taxi coming
toward meg it was, to my surprise. "Dead Eye" Dreiinan. He took
me to the Hotel .fXmbassador.
Upon reaching the lobby of the hotel, I saw a bell boy coming
toward me. It was my old classmate, Cerald Padgett. He took me
to my room. It was a while later when I discovered that he had
taken me to the wrong room. Can you imagine? The room was
already taken by one of my old classmates, Sherill Taryin. Sherill
and I chatted for quite a while. I She told me that she had been
married twice and both husbands had died from poisoning. You can
guess who had given the poison to them, can't you? She said that
Maudie jones, Mary Mclloberts, Cleo Wlilliams, NYilma Ritchey and
Grace McCarter were all working in Indianapolis, It was also a
surprise to me that ltletty Stuffle was married to Calyin lleasley.
and that Yirginia Pruett had married another Beasley by the name
of Everett in a double wedding ceremony and were living near
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