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WILLIAM E. BONES “He reads much, he is a great observer, And he looks quite thru the thoughts of men. " Football ’21, ' 22; Baseball ’22, ' 23; Athletic Editor of Oriole; Treas- urer Literary Society, Sergeant-at- Arms Literary Society ’22; June Bug Club ’22; Monogram Club ’22, ’23; Dramatic Club ’23; Squeaker. “Billie” is the one upon whom rests the responsibility of being the only dignified one in the class — and even he has a fall from grace once in a while. His talents are numerous and varied, for he finds himself quite at home both on the grid- iron and in the laboratory, with a good bit of Scouting in between. There is one thing, however, which he doesn’t like to do — and that is to study English. GERTRUDE L. JENNINGS “My idea o] an agreeable person Is one that agrees with me.” Triangle Club; Dramatic Club; Ath- letic Association ’22; June Bug Club ’22; Assistant Art Editor of Oriole; U. S. Club. A star pupil in French and Geometry is Gertrude. The only thing that can make her frown is History. Our French class depends upon Gertrude to answer Mr. Eckman’s catchy questions. In High School she is preparing for her future work — a French teacher. “Oui, oui, Mademoiselle,” we know you will succeed. 16
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MARY ALINE STUART “ And she is fair, and fairer than that word of wondrous virtues. " Ad Editor of Oriole; Dramatic Club; U. S. Club; June Bug Club ' 22; Athletic Association ’22. A loyal member of ’23 is Aline, who is always with a jolly, carefree smile. She is the one who always plans our socials, hikes and good times in general. “Lene” loves her good time and has it, too. She never seems to worry over her lessons, but she always passes her exams. She doesn’t believe in taking studying too seriously, or too lightly, either. We all love her, and what more can we say? MINNIE V. CANNADAY “She taketh most delight in music, instruments and poetry. " Secretary of Athletic Association ’22; President of June Bug Club ’22; June Bug Club; Reporter of Vir- ginia Literary Society ’22; Presi- dent and Treasurer of Class T9, ’20; President of Class ’21; Assistant Joke Editor of Oriole; Testator of Class; U. S. Club; Dramatic Club. And please don’t think that these are the only things Minnie takes delight in. For instance, notice the Honor Roll every month; is she ever missing? Minnie loves to have a good time and is always on hand when a party or hike is men- tioned. As someone said, “she looks as clear as morning roses washed with dew,” which proves itself when you see her blushing cheeks. is
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HENRY G. FOGLESONG ' ‘ Exceeding wise, fair spoken, and persuading.” Dramatic Club; Assistant Club Editor. What would the Class of ’23 be without Henry? He helps us put away our cares and troubles. He doesn’t mind be- ing teased about girls but takes it like a sport. He isn’t even bashful enough to mind going to the board and putting up Geometry figures which is a great deal more than can be said about the rest of us. He is a football player and a good one, too. We are expecting Henry to put the same “kick” into life that he does in football. DAISY MAY E. NELSON “ All the gods go with you. Upon your sword sit Laurel Victory and smooth success be strewed before your feet.” June Bug Club ' 22; Dramatic Club; U. S. Club; Assistant Literary Editor Oriole. One might think Daisy would be handicapped by so lengthy a name, but she isn’t, and we are all proud to have her in our class. With Daisy lessons come first, then good times. She sometimes comes to school look- ing somewhat sleepy as the re- sult of “burning the midnight oil,” but if there is a party in view Daisy is right there, wil- ling to do her share, and when she takes things into her capable hands one would think we had been visited by the “wee folk” — so rapidly and smoothly does the work progress. Altogether, she is a real “daisy.” 17
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