The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1922 Page: 18
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tI I FIltl llllt Roy is rather mischievous
__ And seems to be always laughing at the rest
He has such an easy way of getting by
We wonder if he looks at a book on the sly.
- [(Transferred, from Matador.)
She is little and light as a snowflake,
But her mind is wide-awake;
She came from Matador to Mineral Wells
And was one of the youngest of the Senior
"Gus" is a fast man on the track,
S i And in geometry quick to grasp a fact;
11 He is very mischievously inclined,
And we'll donate him a chaperon if he don't
.n . OPAL WILLIAMS
By the happy light in her eyes,
_ By the warm smile on her face,
We know that love cannot be disguised,
And in her heart sympathy will always find a
! ROBERT YEAGER
Robert is another son from the Yeager tribe
SWho have so nobly helped to make this the city
S= of our pride.
We look to him to uphold their great reputa-
For he has been with the best class in this
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