The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1922 Page: 12
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=--= THE BURRO....
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PEARL, LARUE BARKER
Member Choral Club, '19, '20, '21, '22. Aglia
Society. Vice Pres. B Seniors.
There's something attractive about Pearl
For she is such a friendly girl;
She seems to make those happy all around
And is the worst enemy we ever saw to a frown.
Track, '19, '20, '21, '22. Basket ball, '20.
Football, '20. Best Athlete, '22.
As an athlete "Dick" is hard to beat,
But as a friend he is never outclassed;
In defense of a friend he will acknowledge no
Nor in fair-mindedness is he ever surpassed.
(From Palo Pinto.)
Lylian is a good mixer wherever she may go,
And the first thing you know,
By her winning smile you have let her beguile
You into liking her.
Agl'a Society, '19. Wilsonian Society, '20.
Choral Club, '20-'21. Minstrels, '20-'21.
When it comes to being friendly
There is none like Wilma Lindley;
Her brcwn eyes and fair complexion
Quickly w:n affection (from the boys).
Spelling team, Stuart, Okla. Transferred
from Stuart, Okla. H. S. Orchestra, '21-'22.
Aglia Society, '20. Glee Club, '22. Minstrel,
It's worth a dollar and a half
Just to hear Gordon laugh.
H2 introduced Gov. Neff to M. W. High,
Which only shows what a boy can do if he will
Here’s what’s next.
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