Who is the man on the ship decorated with medals, etc? (mostly etc.) Yes, it’s Admiral Dewey, our Dewey Dalton. Meet the mayor of ’35 if you please — Hallie Swaim — who in- stigated the famous Swaim bill requiring all ladies to shave their hair. What! the African jungles. Who is the great grave hero, the hunter? William Thomas’s record is hard to keep. What a charming little shop on Fifth Avenue. There all the New York fashionables go to get Madam S. Vaughan’s latest decrees on fashion. Who are those two friendly, prosperous looking gentle- men? Hurst Owen and Carson Dalton, the great electric magnates, owners of the Western Electric Co. A familiar sight! Louise Whitt’s Ford now rounds the bend, chock full of smiling children and bottles. (’Tis needless to explain this, for Louise is community nurse of Pulaski county, much loved by all little folks, although she is frequent at giving her doses of castor-oil.) May baskets! Chock full of fruit from every land and cli- mate. Merry, laughing, happy shool kiddies bringing gifts of joy to their beloved teacher, our own Blanche Whitaker. The light grows dimmer as Frances Mullins appears. It grows darker, darker — the light is out — the rest remains to be seen. Frances Mullins. [ 40 ]
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21). Mary Draper wills her nerve to skip periods and ride around town to Mildred Hall. 21. Hurst Owens wills his doll and rattler to Ralph Stambaugh. 22. Woodson Cummings leaves his feather to Dick Glenn. 23. Carson Dalton joyfully leaves his chewing gum to Mabel Brinkley. 24. Tom Jordan leaves his quiet ways to Tom Roberts. 25. “Lil” Lowman bequeaths her four recipes for making candy to Nancy Cecil. 26. Ruth Jackson wills her quiet and studious nature to “Mutt” Bopp. 27. “Bill” Thomas wills his book on “How to Grow Fat” to Anna Cecil. 28. To Billie Umberger, Hallie Swaim leaves her joke book. 29. Margaret Dyer wills her job as publisher of the Tattler to Cecil Bosang. 30. Blanche Whitaker wills her gentle ways to Hilda Bones. 31. Della Pike wills her good French grade to Nancy Cecil. 32. Inez Weeks leaves her dark complexion to Mary Lowman. 33. Mary Boyd bequeaths her shiek to Lavy Gray. 34. Edith Hardy will become the possessor of Sherwood Vaughan ' s smiles. 35. “Bally” Lyons wills his girls to Wiley Cave and his shiny head to the incoming Senior Class to be used as a mirror. 36. Ansell Derrick wills and bequeaths his unusual dignity and piety, which has always been a part of his character, to Wilbur Lewey. May he use it advantageously as a Senior. Hr. in uiitnrBB uihrmif. hattr Biqttrii mtr namrs ltjiB thr trorntu-tiftlj ban of fflay. 192B. [ 42 ]
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