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EMMA ELIZABETH TAYLOR
lvlarlc Twam Lltemrv Soclety
Sull to be near
Stlll to be drest
As you were gomg to a e1st
Edgar Allen Poe Literary SOCICIY
Mandolln Guxtar Club Music Cl1ss
Good name n man and woma
ls the 1IT1l'T1Edl8fC-16 el of the soul
MILDRED CAROLYN TAYLOR
Captaln Mark Twain Literary Society
Curls Glee Club Muslc Class
Edxtor m Cluef The Bomb
If at all she lfncl a fault
Lea e t bu led this v1ult
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Mark Twam Llterary Society
Yearnlng for the large excitement
That the coming years would ylelcl
OWIA RUTH SPIVEY
Vxce Pres Edgar Allen Poe L1terary Soclety
Glrls Glee Club, Musxc Class,
VICE Pres Semor Class
But like a steady ship dotb strangely part
The raging waves lceeps le course arxght
WILLIE LEE SPIVEY
Mark Twam L1terary Society
Busmess Manager The Bomb
A mmd at peace Wlfh all below
A heart whose love xs mnocent
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I-hstory of the Semor Class
In August IQI7 there came to Rh a C ntral I-hgh School from the publlc schools
of Dayton and Rhea County fortv nine boys and gurls r1ng1ng 1n age from thxrteen to
seventeen ye1rs To these was added one from Chattanooga makmg our number fifty
Proud of our numbers and conhdent ofour abnhty we marched toward the bulwarks
of educatnon wlth brave hearts 1nd hlgh heads but just 1 few skrrmlshes wlth Latm de
clensxons Algebraic equations et cetera forced us to dlg xn Thenceforth we made
haste slowly Durmg thls year we dxd httle else than learn to study 1nd alas' and
alackl ten of our number faded to do enough of that to pass Miss Arr1nts Enghsh
Ohl what lS more grilling than hrst year 1t hlgh
When worries crowd round you galore?
The smart upper cl1ssmen your patnence to try
W1ll snub you or else they ll ignore
When X2 Y2 you get through your head
And the value of X you can find
Those old latm verbs make you wnsh you were dead
And Blology frxghtens you bhnd
Toward the end of the term however you flnd
If you faithfully work day by day
You can chase all your bug bears away
To make Freshman life more tolerable rn the Sprmg Mxss Langford gractously took
us on a pxcnlc to Rxddle s Sprmg
The followmg year our class numbered thnrty We felt 1 httle more kmdly toward
the upper classmen and as we became better acquamted wlth quadratlc we felt 1 httle
less dread for Prof Fooshee Then too me could now begm to look ln commlserauon
on the fralltles of the Hrst year pupils Even IU dramatlcs 1 fort jealously guarded by
important UUIOFS and dlgmhed Seniors we were allowed to p1rt1c1pate t1k1ng part 1n
the Commencement play
A partlcularly pleasmg event of our Sophomore year was a social afternoon of games
and refreshments on the Hlgh School campus ofwhlch we were both hosts and guests
umors' How 1mportant we felt although our class now numbered but twenty two
and of these two dropped out early rn the year We became more actlve ln athletxcs
three boys making the football and two the b1sketb1ll team
Contmumg our pursult of the lllSI!'lOI1lC art some of our members took part m the
patrxotnc celebratlon of Armlstmce Day and many of us played 1mportant roles rn plays
glven xn the second and thxrd semesters
Durmg our junnor ye1r we elected class officers and selected as our class parents Mr
and Mrs George T Cunnyngham
On February 14th we entertained wxth a Valentlne Party havmg as our guests the
Faculty the Seniors and thenr class parents and our class parents In Aprll Mr and
Mrs Cunnyngham most dehghtfully entertalned us ln thelr home
At last we were Senmorsl Sxxteen of us reached the goal we had set for ourselves four
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