The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1923 Page: 28
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Quiet, unassuming, dependable, he
has gained the respect and admiration
of all his classmates. He takes life
quite se iously and lends dignity to
She simply "laps up" on English.
We'd trust her with most anything but
cur best beau (ssh!-'cause she's a
vamp!) We predict for her a future
and a career-r-r-r!
Mary made us "sit up and take
nctice" this year when she came out
for the debates. She has a way of
fitting in-that's how she came to be
among these dignified personages.
She has a brilliant head-brain
power-and hair that could be call-d
r-d. a soft drawling voice and a way
all her own.
Senso Literary Society, '20; Hi-Y,
'22-'23; High S hool Orchestra, '22;
G!ee Club, ':2; Students' Association,
Charley was a ladies' man of note.
He was very good at making notes on
a co:rnet an,I a piano.
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