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THE ORIOLE 31 Class Song Tune: 11 Why, Dear?” Dear old school that we hate to leave, To thee our thoughts will ever cleave; Whatever the fate of our dear class may be, Our thoughts will ever turn to thee. Out into the world each one must go, As to the place we fill we do not know. But in the years to come we’ll look back with a sigh — Dear P. H. S. will never die. Who knows how far from home each one may go? Whether the heights we climb be high or low? But now our hearts are gay, ambitious, and true, Each member of the Class of Twenty-Two. Chorus: W hy, why must we leave you? Our friend you have been; Our love is true, Each one of twenty-two. Oh, why are we grieving As we are leaving? Dear school we love so, W T e must go. Janet Baldwin, ' 22.
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30 THE ORIOLE Dollie Kasey wills her sympathy for her classmates to Gerard Southern. Mary Duncan wills her position as door keeper to Dorothy Jameson. Vara Smith wills her ukulele to Hastwell Sizer. Blanche Vaughn wills her “A+” deportment to William Lowman. Janet Baldwin wills her old school books to Clarence Miller. Vera Moorefield wills her crutches to Minnie Cannaday. Raymond Dawson wills his nickname of “Iki” to William Bones. Theo Derrick wills her editorship of The Oriole to Anna Allison. She also wills her common sense to William Allison. Crystal Frye wills her knowledge of Math, to Alton Duncan. Eugene Groseclosc wills his saxaphone to Billy Cheves. He also wills to Sena Thompson the honor of being President of the Senior Class. Georgia Thomas wills her flirting ability to Wittie Ellis. Bessie Allison wills her fame as a singer to John Cox. James Trolinger wills the managership of The Oriole to Julian Moyers. Fifth: The Senior Class wills to the faculty the following: To Mr. Elliott, a class that will not remain in their room at every recess, and we also will our many thanks to him for the advice he gave us during the year. To Mr. Eckman, a French class that will study at least forty minutes each night and also a Chemistry class that will not take advantage of the small “Lab” fee and break up more than a dozen test tubes each day. To Miss Finks, an English class that will always be prompt to have their parallels read, and one that will not groan and kick when an assignment of thirty pages a night is made. To Miss Thomas, a History class that will sit up straight, put away all playthings, and give her every bit of their attention. To Miss Watts, a Latin class that can write Latin such as Caesar himself could not read. To Miss Rolston, a Geometry class that can take a twenty- foot pole and by means of finding the area of a cone make it look like a Stutz Bearcat. In testimony whereof we ha ve written and signed, and do hereby declare this paper, this twenty-fourth day of May, to be our last Will and Testament. James Trolinger, ' 22.
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ERNEST LEWEY . . . MINNIE CANNADAY . DOROTHY JAMESON . NAN N ETTE I .IV I NGSTC ) N . President Vice- President . Secretary . Treasurer MOTTO Nihil Sine T.abore. COLORS: Purple and Gold. FLOWER: Pansy. MEMBERS Anna Allison Minnie Canaday Mattie Jackson Gertrude Jennings Nannette Livingston Elizabeth Matheney Daisy Nelson Lillian Pack Mamie Russell Alene Stuart Sena Thompson Billy Bones Robert Bunts Charles Dean Ernest Levvey William Lowman Julian Moyers Marshall Runion Gerard Southern Frances Painter Minnie Pierce Beveridge Roberts
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