The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1922 Page: 11
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S---THE BURROi, , .
Proto Society, '20. Wilsonian Society, '21.
SUIIII IiItII('U U Henry is loyal and true at heart,
And will make a good citizen for any town;
SThough not aggressive nor an upstart,
-- He's a good fellow to have around.
-r , ELIZABETH HALBERT
Aglia Society, '20. Senso Society, '21. Chapel
Reporter "Tattler," '22.
Just think of it, she never had to cram,
For in High School she has been exempt from
We hear a wild, wild rumor floating in the air
That causes mirth in "Senior City"
And Elizabeth to blush to her hair.
r PAULINE HITTSON
Proto Society, 20. Wilsonian Society, '21.
Still water, they say, flows deep;
SJust so it is with Pauline;
For her thoughts are very deep,
And .she is quiet and serene.
. l JACK HAMILTON
"Peedle," which is short for Jack Hamilton,
Is one of the most loyal of High School sons;
- He brought a dead paper from out of its grave
An l made it a live wire by the efforts he gave.
-Girls' Club, '19. Choral Club, '19. Proto So-
c:ety, '20. Wilsonian, '21.
'Zelma has a quiet, unassuming way,
1And a look that se-ms to say:
rlllliiJllJllr T 'I "I am neither above nor below you,
But I expect something of myself and you."
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