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SENIOR CLASS PHOPHECY
A carnival arrives in town. I am excited. I visit it the Hrst night. I espie
the fortune teller's tent. I step ing am invited to sit down. I address the
Gipsy wom-an, "Madam, I am about to be graduated from high school. Wionld
you tell me what each member of my class will be doing fifteen years from
now P" She gazes into the crystal ball for a minute. Forms begin to appear,
and the lady begins:
"XYhat's this I see here? It is what was formerly occupied by Freel's
Drug Store, but now it is .the Corbett Drug Co. It is managed by Keith Corbett.
Keith has employed G. L. Carter, who is still looking important. IVhat do
you suppose Donald Bales is doing? He is owner of a hospital, and Francis
George and Remine Knisely are his assistants. The nurses in this hospital are
Berniece Knight, Margaret Rhines, Mae Vinyard, Ileen Carmichael, and Evelyn
N'oe. Donald, Francis, and Remine should have good business with these girls
as nurses. Vaughtie Piercy has taken Mr. Blackwelder's place in high school,
teaching music. Billy Peoples is now owner of the largest funeral home in town.
VVayne Ailey is owner of -a radio station in Morristown. His announcers are
Charles Ryan, Conrad Campbell, and Elmer Blackwell. Imogene Jackson con-
ducts a "Kiddie" program on Saturdays over this station. She always did
love children. She is still single, but still looking for a husband, and hoping
to find one soon. One of the favorite programs on this station is the one in
which Dick Lane and David Litz are starring. They are the two most popular
boys in Morristown and are real artists. Sam Cantrell is sitting in the chair
once ocupied by Hal Noe. He is owner and operator of the Morristown Ga-
zette R Mail. He is destined to be a millionaire. Employed on the XVPA are
Lyman Smith, Leslie Susong, john Xhiilliams, joe Allison, Bob Harmon, and
Homer llray. This is the kind of work they like, because they always did like
loafing. The crystal shows someone leaning over a wash tub rubbing clothes.
Wfearily she lifts her head, and brushes back a few strands of h-air which have
fallen into her eyes. IN-'ho do you think this is? She was formerly Gladys
Morrison. just a sample of what married life will do for you. In Morristown
Dorothy Iiloneycutt. Ruby Iarnagin, and Helen Canter are operating a beauty
shop. Steve Campbell has been a candidate for govenor of Tennessee for three
successive terms, but thus far has never been fortunate enough to be elected,
despite his ability to talk. Head of the street cleaning department is Fr-ank
Henry. H. I. Bell, Jr., ran for mayor of Raytown in the last election, and was
unanimously elected. Edd Holt is manager of the New York Yankees. Clarence
Honeycutt is a lawyer in New York, and his wife is the former Mary L. Gentry.
Rebecca Sue Riggs has been married for some time, and she has only two
children. The lucky guy? You ought to know. Mildred Turner is a clerk in
the 5 X Ioc store, owned by Harry Franklin. Teachers in high school are:
Thomas Gray, Elwood Hastie, Claude Mink, and Mary Louise Elkins. Dorothy
T-alley is the coach, and Mildred Fine is commercial teacher. Mary Ellen Douthat
is dress designer and buyer for one of the most prominent shops in Morristow'n
owned by Lucile Carter. In the "Old Maid's Home", recently built, are Alberta
Archer, Emma lglutler, Muriel Talley, Sarah Pat Hale, and Henrietta Ramsey.
Henry Black is a frequent visitor here. Chillie Paxton is owner of the Coca
Cola factory, and has for his wife the former Wfilma I-Ioldway. Some of the
secretaries are: Mary Dickerson, Anna Laura Lane, Vifilma Hefner, Roberta
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"0 grant me honest fame or grant me none."
Favorite Expression-"It that so Y"
Ambition-To be an engineer.
WAN ETTA RIGGS
"Art is right hand of nature."
Favorite Expressioni"Good night nurse!"
Pastime-Drawing pictures for Who's Who.
Ambition-To be an artist.
"DOI'0fhY iS Witty Mid hHDDy'iro-lucky, and has u million
Favorite Expression-"Heck l"
Ambition-To get married.
"Silence is the essential goodness of happiness."
Favorite Expression-"Oh, heck I"
Ambition--To be a skilled laborer.
"An honest man is the noblest work of God."
Favorite Expression-"Well . . ."
Ambition-To be a farmer.
MU RIEL TA LLEY
"She is a jovial comrade: she laughs wherever she
Favorite Expression-"Oh, Moses l"
Ambition-To be a doctur's wife.
"Mildred is always smiling. giving joy to those who
Favorite Expression-"Why, good night."
Ambition-To be good.
"Lyman is the jolliest of boys, and leave it to him
to make the noise."
Favorite Expression-"Dnn't you know?"
Pastime-Making cracks at Mary Leslie.
Ambition-To be "the man who comes around."
"High erected thoughts seated in a heart of courtesy."
Ambition-Time will tell.
"A quiet worker, working well."
Favorite Expression-"Mercy me."
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"A mighty spirit fills that little frame."
Favorite Expresssion-"I mlon't know."
Ambition-To be tall.
"Happy am I: from care I'm free: why aren't they
all contented like me?"
AmbitionvA successful business man.
"Not afraid of work, but not in sympathy with it."
Ambition- To get out of M.H.S.
"The force of her own merit
Ambition-To get rich.
makes her way."
"If music be the food of love, .... play on."
Nickname- -"Georgia Tech"
Favorite Expression-"Good ni5zhtl"
Pastime- Playing in the band.
Ambition Dietitian oiymusician.
" 'Tis the songs you sing, and the smile you wear.'
Favorite Expremion-"My goodness l"
Pnstimc--Playing her fiddle.
"For she is just the quiet kind, whose nature never varies
Favorite Expression-"Good gosh !"
Pastime-Riding a bicycle.
"A true lass is known by a quiet nature."
Favorite Expression-"Gosh !"
Ambition--'Fo be a carpentelds wife.
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