The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1922 Page: 13
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0 GEORGE CULBERSON
Z Transferred from Strawn. Glee Club, '22.
At Mathematics George does not balk,
,I And he can almost make a piano talk.
Don't tell him he has an artistic temperament,
' For he wouldn't know what you meant.
Agl!a Society, '20. Rusty Cusses, '20. Senso
Society, '21. Asst. Bus. Mgr. "Tattler," '22.
Robert has an agreeable, straightforward way
That makes you like him right away.
To the people around him he gives much atten-
_ And likes to hear their viewpoints and opinion.
From Buffalo, Texas. Salutatorian, class of
'20 at Buffalo. Pres. Wilsonian Society, '20.
Basket ball at Buffalo, '20-'21.
Mildred is a regular comedian
And always up to some kind of fun;
- - She knows lots of readings and, having a witty
If there is a bunch around she must always
Travis always had something friendly to say
Always a friendly smile;
Service was no debt for him to pay
If he thought a friend worth while.
OLLIE SUE LAMAR
Pres. Girls' Club, '19. Proto Society, '21.
Wilsonian Society, '20.
A quiet girl is Ollie Sue,
But you can't keep her eyes from talking to
,i)0 1/ll1111111 you.
When she has acquired more confidence
She'll be a leader, for she has lots of sense.
I II.II.. '22 -
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Mineral Wells High School (Mineral Wells, Tex.). The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1922, yearbook, 1922; Mineral Wells, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth299181/m1/17/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mineral Wells Heritage Association.