The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1923 Page: 25
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i Proto Literary Society, '20; Sense
j ,Society, '21; Students' Ass'n, '21-'22-
'23; Hi-Y, '22-'23; Hi-Y Club reporter,
S'23; Vice-Pres. A Senior Class, '23;
Basketball, '23; Athletic editor
S "Rurro," '23; Editor-in-Chief of the
." "Tattler," both terms; Winner Dis-
trict Essay. '23; Vice-Pres. of High
Scho l Press Association.
He speaks for himself!
Agalia Literary Society, '20; Pres.
B .lnior Class, '22; Style Show, '22;
"Tattler" staff, '22; Spanish Club, '22;
SStudents' Ass'n. '23; "Burro" staff,
: '23; J',nior-Scnior Girls' Club, '23;
M--.t Popular Girl, '23.
Ra'en hair, a complexion Psyche
might envy, and hazel eyes which she
knows how to use to advantage-a
' truly dangerous type!' Add to this an
,! acommodating, friendly disposition,
"ndt what more could be sa;d? Rather
Sophisticated and debonair in man-
m ANNA ELIZABETH CHRISTIAN-
Agalia Literary Society, '20; Span-
ish Club, '22-'23; Treas. Spanish Club,
'22; Girl Scouts, '22; Public Speaking
Calm, resourceful, capable and true.
She is somehow the kind of person so
many of us would like to be and can-
i .. Students' Ass'n, '22-'23.
The above likeness is the only
"' I.l (o)rtrait of this adept and brilliant
Classmate. All the other traits are
Students' Ass'n, '22-'23.
She's sane, sensible, serious and
i: eet. Brown .hair, sky blue eyes,
1" .t l :
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