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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF ’2 7 In 1923 we became Freshmen and almost at the same time we became noted for our fun and jokes. The name Freshmen suited us exactly. In the Sophomore Class we became a little more serious be- cause the lessons seemed a little harder. Last year three play- ers and a sub of the basketball team and one player of the foot- ball squad were in our class. Now we are Juniors and can see the time approaching when we will become Seniors. We rightly deserve the name Jolly ' Juniors as Mr. Eckman can testify. This term we have the same number of players on the basketball team and one more sub.s If you don’t believe our class has plenty of pep go to a basket- ball game or come into our class room. We do not have to boast, because our records show our achievements. We hope that when we become Seniors that we will not have to become too dignified because that would be our hardest task in our high school career. Mary Overton Smith, ' 27. [ 48 ]
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JUNIOR CLASS CATH ERINE DUDLEY President WALTER LEWEY Vice-President GRAY BAXTER Secretary ROB LEY WOOD T reasurer MOTTO Dig , Grin, Win COLORS Purple and Gold FLOWER Rhododendron GRAY BAXTER MABEL BRINKLEY IRENE CANNADAY ANNA CECIL MARTHA CECIL MARY CECIL NANCY CECIL CATHERINE DUDLEY LOUISE FLEEMAN LILA GILMER LAVY GRAY MILDRED HALL EDITH HARDY JUNE HURD LOYAL HURD MARY LOVVMAN GERALDINE MEREDITH FLOSSIE NOWLIN SARAH NOWLIN RUTH SNAPP MARY SMITH GAYNELL STUART ALLEEN SURFACE MILDRED SWAIM BILLIE UMBERGER BILLIE WILLIAMS EVELYN WORLEY CECIL BOSANG ALBERT CARPENTER WILEY CAVE MONTGOMERY CHUMBLEY JOHN CROWDER DICK GLENN FRANK KEGLEY WALTER LEWEY EUGENE SNIDER GEORGE SUMMERS TOM ROBERTS ROBLEY WOOD 147]
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Class Poem We sprang up in the year of 1919 With our colors Blue and Gold; We are still here in 1926, Just as happy, cheerfid and true. Amid the taunts and jeers of others We have risen to honor and fame. Seniors, look out, we are coming, And we are going to set a day, If you have anything to say, say it And get out of the way. We are coming as a class, we re coming And we re going to win, For the energy and loyalty within Will surely bring us up. Last but not least is the faculty Of our grand old High School, Who have lived by us and taught us. Faculty, send forth the Seniors That we may take their stand, And when we graduate from this school We will show them something grand. Gray Baxter, ' 27. [ 49 ]
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