The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1923 Page: 20
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Wilsonian Literary Society, '21;
Spanish Club, '22-'23; Students' Ass'n,
. x A maker of good grades-quiet, un-
obtrusive-a friend to all. She is so
oi f r very dependable that most of us blush
to compare ourselves with her.
t JOHN OLLEN BAKER
Students' Ass'n, '22-'23.
John Ollen, owing to the fact that
he lives several miles from school, has
n-t been able to take as active a part
in the activities of the school as he
(esired, but he makes excellent grades
and his jovial disposition, witty re-
marks, and frank deme anor mark him
as a general favorite.
Rose has "evoluted" with marvelous
progress from a meek-eyed maiden of
Fish days to a self-confident, capable
Senior. She specializes in smiles and
friends. She bears acquaintance, and
the longer one knows her the more
cne appreciates her.
(Transferred from Weatherford.)
A bureau of comfort and accommo-
dation, she always gives satisfying
answers to any question one might
propound. Has the ability of dis-
crimination also, for she left Weather-
ford for M. W. H. S. We are only
sorry she didn't come sooner.
3 IEVERETT GRIZZARD
Agalia Literary Society, '20; Senso
Everett is one of those fellows who
w rksoutside of school, goes to school
and yet seems to have enough time to
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