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Page 21 text:
Early in the school year the Junior Class organized
with Billy MoReynolds, president, Billy Hardin, vice-
presidentg John Chandler, secretary, John Finn Robinson,
annual representativeg and Miss Shipp, sponsor. Mrs.
McNeill and Mrs. Butler were chosen class mothers.
The first activity of the year was the rummage sale,
and the class had the distinction of realizing more
profit from this sale than has any Junior Class pre-
viously done. Then came the contest for the football
queen, who was crowned on the field at one of the games.
The class broke all records and succeeded in electing
Betsy Nichols for this honor. The class got behind the
box-supper and made a creditable showing, Betsy Nichols
again winning the prize, this time for the most attrac-
In all school activities the class has been loyal and
cooperative. A greater number of football players were
from the Junior Class than from any other class. All of
the debaters and many other school representatives were
from this group.
The mothers of the class directed by the sponsor gave
the class one of the most enjoyable parties at the
Methodist Church that any class ever had the privilege
If you are looking for the class with school spirit,
ability, and 'push', just come around to see the Juniors.
OUR 'CLEANER UPER' MAN
Our 'cleaner uper' man whose
He's a good old fellow until
He's a pretty good detective
And a good fire fighter when
When it comes to sweeping he
He sweeps the whole day long
name is Tip
you make a slip.
as all detectives are
there's a basement fire.
is the absolute bestg
and never takes a rest.
He comes to school early while all we students sleep,
To keep our building shining
he has to work a heap.
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