The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1923 Page: 23
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::: Proto Literary Society, '20; Senso
She is extremely good-natured in
spite of the color of her hair, and she
is master of the art of fun-making
and intersperses conversation with
piquant and unexpected flashes of wit
that are a delight to her friends. She
put the "Joy" in Joyce.
.l. Proto Literary Society, '20; Senso
Pearl-a striking brunette type that
would make Cleopatra jump into the
Nile. She possesses a quiet dignity
and a silence which indicates intelli-
Agalia Literary Seciety, '20; Sense
Society, 21; Students' Assin, '22-'23;
Pres. Public Speaking Class.
The unusual is always welcome;
that's why he is such a favorite. Les-
'"'" lie specializes in old ivories, compli-
(cated minors, Rubensteins and Chop ns
and rivals E. H. Abbott iri romantic
.; ! CAMILLE BIRD i
Agalia Literary Society, '23; Wil-
sonian Society, '21; Track Team, '21;
j' IStudents' Ass'n, '21; Volley" Ball, '22;
Junior-Senicr Girls' Club, '23.
Camille is a worth-while girl; we'd
bet our last dollar on her as a teacher,
a pie-eater, or a future founder yf !
schools for girls.
Proto Literary Society, '20; Senso
She has an unprecedented desire to
be frivolous and, from all reports,
must be! If ccnversatiori 'gets one
anywhere, Thelma will be there first,
for she can talk until everyone else is.
worn out-then start anew. We don't
know whether it is the gift' o' gab I
what has won, her many friends.
Here’s what’s next.
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