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Page 45 text:
Ernest H. Buell,
D E A N
Dear Graduates of Class '32:
As I look out upon the beauty of the campus, see the
dogwood and wild honeysuckle, the buildings and trees, moun-
tains and valleys, I cannot keep from thinking that much of this
beauty has become a part of each of you during the years of your
stay here. The tasks and duties that you have had to perform
have been many and varied, each as it were, a block of Georgia
marble which has gone into the building of your character in
preparation for a career. Now as you are on the threshold ready
to depart may there be no sense of a loss, but rather a sense of
being a part of the whole which can never be separated. Thus
wherever you go, wherever you are, there will Berry Beauty be
found and work well done.
It has been my good fortune and pleasure to have come to
Mount Berry when some of you came, to have worked and played
together with you and now to see you go forth as our first
High School graduates from this campus. We, who have been
contemporary with you, have seen the Mountain School of
grammar grade grow and develop into the Mount Berry High
School for Boys. No other class can ever hold the unique place
that is yours. All of the experiences we have had together now
blend into just one joyful occasion never to be forgotten. I
am sure each of us has been benefitted by this fellowship.
"Blessed are they that dwell together in unity."
May not one of you ever forget Mount Berry or ever lose
a vital connection with your Alma Mater.
Your sincere friend,
ERNEST H. BUELL
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Page 44 text:
H Grady Hamrlck
Dear Graduating Class:
It has been a pleasure thru the years to know you and work
with you. We have gained much and know you have received
much from your books and the contacts you have made with
your teachers and fellow schoolmates.
You have gotten the habit of work which is one half of the
victory of success.
"My son, remember you have to work. Whether you handle
pick or wheelbarrow or a set of books, digging ditches or edit-
ing a newspaper, ringing an auction bell of writing funny things,
you must work. Don't be afraid of killing yourself by overwork-
ing on the sunny side of thirty. Men die sometimes, but it is
because they quit at nine p. m. and don't go home until two a. m.
It's the intervals that kill, my son. The work gives you appetite
for your rnealsg it lends solidity to your slumberg it gives you
a perfect appreciation of a holiday. There are young men who
do not work, but the country is not proud of them. It does not
even know their namesg it only speaks of them as old So and
So's boys. Nobody likes themg the great, busy world doesn't
know they are here. So find out what you want to be and do.
Take off your coat and make dust in the world. The busier
you are, the less harm you are apt to get into, the sweeter will
be your sleep, the brighter your holidays, and the better satisfied
the whole world will be with you."
May God bless you as you go forth to uphold the ideals of
Berry and in your every effort to make the world a better and
richer place to live in, is my prayer.
H. GRADY HAMRICK, SR.
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SILVER AND BLUE
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Yi ATHENIAN LITERARY SOCIETY
Albert McAllister ,,.7, 7... . . .,,7, ,7,,,,,,, . .. . President
Hugh Harkness . . ,,,, .. .. Vice President
Herbert Miller .. . ,,,,, ..Secretary and Treasurer
Dr. D. E. Reynolds . .. Faculty Adviser
Mrs. Matie C. Hicks ,,e,,,e,,,,e,,ee,,e,,,ee,,e,,,, ,,.. .,.,e . . 4 ,e,,,e, .. Coach
Arthur Agnew, Jomell Alexander, Clark Ansley, Gaines Ayers, J . B. Bargeron,
Horace Barnett, Seaward Bates, Fred Beaird, Lonnie Beaird, Luther Beaver, John
Birch, Buford Bonner, Raymond Brackett, Ralph Bullard, Henry Burdette, Austin
Cannon, Geddins Cannon, Charles Carraway, Johnnie Chambers, Harry Chance,
Byron Chapman, Henry Clark, William Collins, Jack Conger, Herman Coots, Glenn
Couch, Paul Craven, William Crawford, John Crenshaw, Mansel Davidson, John
Dillard, William Dillard, Woodrow Dillard, Wayne Dowdey, Andrew Duffey,
W. E. Dunaway, Horace Fletcher, John Ford, Harold Foster, Tatum Fuller, Gwen
Futch, Jesse Graham, Robert Graham, Henry Green, Carl Hamner, Hugh Hark-
ness, Pat Helton, Hubert Hendrix, Raymond Hendrix, Glenn Hicks, Ralph Hicks,
Bernard Holliday, Joseph Howell, Guy Jenkins. Carl Jones, Dock Jones, Chester
Kirk, Lawrence Kirk, Donald Knight, Charles Langston, William Langston,
Colvin Lee, Edwin Lee, Edward Lyon, Albert McAllister, Wallace McCain, Ivey
McDonald, Randall McKinnish, Charles McLane, Stacy Meeks, Edward Merrell,
Louie Mickler, Herbert Miller, Herschel Miller, Elmer Minter, Lyman Moore,
Truman Moore, Virgil Moore, Thomas Morgan, Frank Nelson, Jimmie Nelson,
Dan Newbern, Luther Nucholls, Paul Ogle, Fred Parker, Wallace Peace, Delmus
Peterson, R. L. Poindexter, Billie Powers, Elbert Reed, Aubrey Rooks, George
Sheram, Marcus Sheram, Hansel Shurley, Clinton Simonton, Ashburq Singley,
Franklin Smith, Rembert Smith, Robert Smith, Talmer Smith, Mike Stitt,
William Strain, Hampton Swann, Dave Taff, Dee Thomas, Chester Thompson,
William Thompson, Buell Trapnell, Cecil Vernon, Homer Weaver, Leonard
Weldon, Emmet West, Willie West, Howell Whiddon, Durward White, Woodrow
Williams, Eldren Wright, Kelley Wright, Earl Yarborough, Thomas Daniel,
Truman Henderson, Shaw Jiles, Mallie Johnston, Edwin Kell, Silas Kirk,
Woodrow Lundy, William Lynn, Benson McBrayer, Edward McKown, Willis
McLendon, Julian McMillan, Bernard Miles, Omar Moore, Leonard Payne, Ray
Smith, Willis Sutton, Carl Weldon, D. F. Wingate.
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