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THE RAVELIN'S, 193
ELWOOD FLETCHER JACKSON
"He may look serious, he may look shyg
But he's full of it-twixt you and I."
Activities: Dramatic Club 4.
Rather slow in his actions and speech . . . seldom noisy in
school but oh, outside . . . seldom gets to school early, he being
another member of the one minute to nine club . . . pet slogan,
"Watch the Fords go by" . . . a boat enthusiast and a fliend of
"Quiet persons are welcome everywhere."
Activities: Junto Club 25 Pencil, Pad and Key Club 4.
We see golden hair and blue eyes when we look at Annie
. . . she's just a mite . . . her smile appears like a Hash of light-
ning . . . also she's conscientious flook at her bookkeeping
marksl . . . she's silent as an Indian in spite of that gold hair
. . . sometimes she surprises herself as much as the rest of us . . .
speaking up good and loud!
DORIS LILLIAN LAPAN
She could argue still."
Activities: Science Club Secretary 13 French Club 1, 2. 31 z
Bookkeeping Award 39 O. A. T. Award 33 Pencil, Pad and Key 2
Club 3, 4: Press Club 3, 4 CSecretarylZ Athletic Club 4. E
If Doris isn't with Eleanor then she just isn't . . . she does- ?
n't cast a very big shadow . . . there's not enough to her . . . f
ever hear those infectious giggles of her's . . . her scarce oral 5
themes are good . . . but she doesn't think so . . . someday she J
will make a fine "Somebody's Stenogf'
GERTRUDE THERESA LaPLANTE Q
'How far the little candle throws its beams." A
Activities: French Club 2, Junto Club 25 Press Club 4g g
Pencil, Pad and Key Club 3, 4, O. A. T. Award 35 Dramatics 4. 2
Gert, the class midget . . . she can get a laugh out of any-
thing . . . and what a laugh . . . shh! she might be a newspaper
woman . . . so we have heard . . . ever see her when she wasn't
a good friend.
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THE RAVELIN'S, 1936
HELEN CECELIA DONOVAN
"Smiles may come and smiles may go,
But hers goes on forever."
Activities: Pencil, Pad and Key Club 3, 43 Press Club 43
0. A. T. Award 3.
Without Helen's smile or her goodnatured ways our class
wouldn't be the same . . . always looking on the bright side of
everything . . . she likes to talk in study periods rather than in
class . . . but who doesn't . . . we hear she can sing, too.
EVA DORA DUMAS
"As busy as a bee."
Activities: Press Club 43 Science Club 13 Pencil, Pad and
Key Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club 43 Drawing Medals 1, 2, 3, 4.
Eva has an artistic temperament . . . usually is full of good
ideas . . . has fine taste in decorating . . . when she doesn't agree
the chances are she will say, "Oh I don't think so" . . . also an-
ogier of the class songbirds . . . but we don't hear her sing very
VINCENT CHARLES GILL
"By the work, one knows the workman." n
Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Dramatics
1, 43 Student Council Vice-President 33 Radio Plays 43 Dramatic
Club President 4.
The Beau Brummel of the class is "B1inky" . . . possesses a
deep voice which combines with his masculine grace and charm
. . . this makes him the class pet . . . especially with the girls . . .
can be usually found winking at one particular girl, um . . .
enough said . . . contemplates further education . . . we all know
' ROSEMARY HERBERT
- "Let a smile be your umbrella."
Activities: J unto Club 23 Chairman of Junior Prom Decora-
' ting Committee 33 French Club 23 Latin Club 1, 23 O. A. T. Award
3: Dramatic Club 43 Pencil, Pad and Key Club 3, 43 Radio Play
43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Ravelin's Board 3.
Full of life and full of fun . . . never idle . . . how does she
. keep those curls in place? . . . thinks for herself and others too
. . . she's always around the corner giggling . . . we wonder if
she giggles in her sleep.
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THE RAVELIN'S, 1936
SARAH NANCY LAWSON
"A smile for all, a welcome glad,
A care -free, jovial way she had."
Activities: Latin Club 25 Junto Club 2 CVice-Pres.hg Student
Council 4 CSecretaryJg Dramatic Club 4, Press Club 3, 43 Treas-
urer of Sophomore Classg Honor Roll 1, 2, 3.
A group of girls, with Sarah in the center . . . her southern
accent holding attention once more . . . has perfected the knack
of "throwing parties" . . . is the possessor of a generous smile
. . . rates high in scholastic ability . . . we hope yo'all make a
right smart nurse.
RITA MADELINE LYMAN
"Hang sorrow, care'll kill a cat,-
So therefore, let's be merry."
Activities: French Club 1, 2, 35 Pencil, Pad and Key Club
3. 4 tSecretarylZ Dramatics 2, 3, 4: Press Club 3, 43 Student
Council 33 Becker's Contest 3, Dramatic Club 43 Chairman Junior
Prom Committee 3, Bookkeping Award 3, Junto Club 25 O. A. T.
Award 33 Class Gifts 45 Ring Committee 3.
The seniors' silver songbird-always looks as though she
came out of a bandbox . . . the boys' idea of a "perfect date" . . .
"on with the dance" and a perfect dancer . . . it will be our loss
and his gain when she takes her pad and pencil as somebody's
MATTHEW LINZEE SANDS
"I am not only witty in myself,
But the cause of wit in others."
Activities: Student Council 2, 3, 4 CPresidentDg Junto Club
21 French Club 2, 33 Dramatic Club 4, Drawing Award 33 Press
Club 33 Radio Play 4, Chairman of Advertising Committee 33
O. A. T. Award 35 Honor Roll 1, 2, 45 Graduation Speaker.
Matt is tall and lean, like a willow . . . always arguing . . .
especially with teachers . . . is a leading figure in school . . . an
unusually interesting speaker . . . has recently become a chess
addict . . . hopes it will develop his mind . . . probably will be-
come a successful lawyer . . . so save your business . . . he might
EUGENE CHARLES SCHOFIELD
"Red hair never tops a slow wit."
Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, President of Class 1, 43
Vice-President 35 Typing Award 39 Junto Club 23 Pencil, Pad
and Key Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 4g Business Manager of Play
2, 3, 43 Dramatics 45 Student Council 4, Radio Play 43 Gradua-
tion Sneaker: Rave1in's Board 2, 3, 4.
Eugene's authoritative appearance does not encourage one to
get very familiar with him . . . at first . . . you have to know
him to really appreciate him. Resembles a young business ex-
ecutive . . . which is why he is always business manager of
school plays. His self-confidence and excellent speaking voice
make him one of the best speakers Oxford has ever had.
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