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INTRODUCTION OF THE JUNIORS Thelma Bunts is one of the best; she knows Geometry as well as the rest. Mary Draper has won quite a name by writing essays and histories of fame. Clarence Painter, known also as “Sciuirt,” will fall, I think, for most any “skirt.” Tecumseh and Dewey Dalton, for brothers, take the cake; their loud and constant talking keeps the sleepiest of us awake. Our jolliest girl is Louise W’hitt; of “Spaniards” and other things she knows (luite a bit. George Crowder can in argument excel, but then, he can do most anything well. Margaret Kirkman is our “Cicero shark,” and really, I be- lieve, she thinks it’s a lark. One of our members w e could not do without is Lillian Low- man without a doubt. Next 1 must mention Junior Lyon; hang around with him if you want some good times. Lelia and Della, known as “The Pikes,” are two girls in the Class e eryone likes. Otis Speaker is known as a sheik, but I think you wall hnd him really quite meek. irginia Runyon, as everyone says, charms her listeners whenever she plays. ' A’oodson Cummings w ' aited for us; he helps us make a great deal of fuss. Frances Mullins in looks is cjuite fair and whenever you w ' ant her she always is there. W’alter Wyatt, a farmer on the dot, of chickens and cow s knows quite a lot. Margaret Dyer is our artist and poet; soon, I will w ager, the world will know ' it. Next in line comes Lucille Byrd, whose laughter and chatter you certainly have heard. One dayw ' hen Tom Jordan spoke, e ' ery one laughed for they thought it a joke. 46
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JUNIOR CLASS M arc; A RET DYER GE0RC;E CROWDER VIRGIN LA RUNYON COLORS — Purple and White President Vice-President Secretary FLOW ' ER — Rhododendron MOTTO " ' Labor Vincet Omnia " DEAN CREGER GEORGE CROWDER WOODSON CUMMINGS CARSON DALTON DEWEY DALTON TECUMSEH DALTON ANSELL DERRICK CHARLES GATEWOOD JUDSON HARRIS TOM JORDAN DAVID KENT JUNIOR LYON HURST OWEN CLARENCE PAINTER ROBERT RUNYON OTIS SPRAKER WILLIAM THOMAS WALTER WYATT LOUISE WHITT LUCILLE BYRD MARY BOYD LENA BONES THELMA BUNTS MARY DRAPER MARGARET DYER MARY FITZHUGH KATHLEEN HURST RUTH JACKSON MARGARET KIRKMAN LILLIAN LOWMAN FRANCES MULLINS CLARA NELSON DELLA PIKE LELIA PIKE EL ’A RUNYON TRGINIA RUNYON SHERWOOD VAUGHAN INEZ WEEKS BLANCHE WHITAKER 45
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Ruth Jackson is little in size, l)Ut small i3eoi)le are often c]uite wise. Lena Bones, our best sport, is in for athletics, no matter the sort. Blanche ’hitaker, we like her so much, she slips through so easy, is ne -er “in Dutch.’’ Sherwood X’aughan is one of our best, but then, you know, so are the rest. Of course you ha e heard of Jtidson Harris; do not speak to him often or he’ll be embarrassed. Kathleen Hurst has the cross-word puzzle craze; she has work- ed them so much we are all in a daze. ’e all have great hopes for our “Junior Class Baby;’’ Hurst Owen will fulhll them too, maybe. Clara Nelson is certainly all right; she knows her lessons without studying all night. Next in line is Charlie Gatewood ; he plays tricks on the teach- ers no one else ever could. Mary Boyd, our star who is never outclassed; on French she cannot be surpassed. Wdlliam Thomas, alias “Tom Toddy, ’’is frequently described as all head, no body. Ansell Derrick, the brightest of boys, can study and learn without making much noise. So timid and shy is Inez Weeks that the whole room jumps whenever she speaks. Dean Creger is really so witty, that we cannot have him always is really a pity. Carson Dalton, next in the row, has proved to us that know- ledge can grow. Elva Runion is our new class-mate; her history further I am unable to relate. Another new member is David Kent ; not much time with us has he spent. After reading about us, I am sure you have a “hunch’’ that this Junior room is surely some “bunch.’’ Mary Fitzhugh, ’26. 47
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