The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1922 Page: 9
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She rarely flirts with the boys,
lBut she has many other joys;
_ She is going to be a domestic science teacher.
He'll be a lucky fellow who is wedded to her
by a preacher.
91i -"Sug" could not be resisted by the girls;
-- A little bit of sarcasm, a little bit of wit,
"Sug" was a smart student and always made a
Not Maude "Muller," but Maude Taylor, on a
O - Received her diploma and rode away
-f - e In a Hudson "Super Six"
And left several boys in an awful fix.
Charley was a good friend, firm and true,
Forever working for the "Tattler,"
Looking for something new.
We'll never forget his mischievous smile,
Nor when he kidnapped the Juniors in such a
. Jewel was known for her beautiful voice,
- ai ii 't Which would make an angel's singing second
1 No one more proud of their graduation than
She worked hard and had a right to be.
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