there is Janice Baker she runs here and
To get away from school as if
she didn't care.
She is very nice to
look at and smiles so sweet
couldn't think of a finer girl to meet.
Her tongue can fly-faster than any
But ask her a question
and watch her keep still.
Sam Ballengee is
called the hot rod man.
Did he try to travel
faster than he can?
happened to his jalopy
We can not tell you
what, because we did not see.
But he walks to
school in the rain or the sun,
or a ride he
can from the other guys bum.
Nellie Barton came to us from
But it didn't take her long to
get our "lingo" down.
She acts as if she had
always been here.
Asks a dentist date and
doesn't show a fear
Even makes her jaw stick
out to be away
And with that Monroe guy have
Bennett is the lad without a name
comes when called to dine just the same.
used to spend all his gas on Ronceverte
he's learned an Alderson lass is quite pert
To be in the limelight he wouldn't do a thing
Yet I think he would have liked being May
Pat Bowyer, the
Florida lass, came and went
She went here in
the grades till she was southward bent
came again this year to get a sheep skin
in the meantime has helped her kith end kin.
Has renewed many friendships she had before
And by her helpful ways has won many more.
Stanley is very quiet when
he's around the girls
You just give him one
who listens, he talks in whirls.
rush at his work, he takes his time.
gets there just the same and falls in line.
Janet is a busy lass, busy
If she isn't in school she's on
She must take some time to catch up
When she misses school, she asks
for all the cues
Who said "what" and "when"
and "just what do you think.
Till in every
juicy bit of gossip there's no kink.
Doris Collins is one who is neither
big nor loud,
If you ever hear from her its
not in a crowd.
What she has to say means so
That one lends his ears
attentively to such
Kenneth seems to hear
every word she says.
And plans to listen to
her words for days and days..
Dewey Eary goes along through 11 years
hears his acclaim, whether joy or fears
quietly into his senior day,
Then suddenly he's
voted the King of May.
He attends the Honor
Banquet as citizen
To cap it all he's made
Student of the Month, then,
Eggleston, one who looks to her grades,
misses school and lets her marks fade.
there everyday with work prepared
And yet has taken part and in all fun
No wonder she looks happy and wears a
She knows she merits what she gets all
worry too much about marks
When he's in from service she takes a
day and sparks
She figures she can cook and clean and
Without quoting figures of speech and
Maybe she is right, at that, I wouldn't
Since I have chosen another road to go.
While speaking of a girl, we named Kenneth Ford
that isn't all that he does above board
student of the old fashioned kind
Who digs into
a hard course, work, he doesn't mind
He gets good
results, knows when he hits the point
satisfied in life with any old joint.
Charles Hiser a
good old guy, tries to do
exactly what is
assigned by you
He is needed at home till he
cant do more
Then to do more than required would
be such a bore.
He is willing to use hands
around the school,
That becomes real labor when
there is no tool.
Valedictorian, of the class
Had no trouble, it
was fun for her to pass.
If you gave 100, shed
learn 200 lines
Without much effort it seemed at
She took part in program, in fun, in
And still had plenty of tine to say her
the official helper to
Foresaw what was needed whether a pill or ball.
there to straighten a tie & or a cap
the sick to bed for a nap.
To walk the one who
took too many rills,
Or to help get lessons and forget her own ills.
be a nimrod of the A class
He hooks quite a
young one a freshman lass
He sits by her side
all morning noon and night.
Quite content never expecting another
Suddenly he's aroused by
a jerk of the line,
And he's caught a stunner,
a sophomore this time.
Now there is Bill Keadle, 0
what shall I say?
He is equal to anything that
comes his way,
He acts humble, but give him a
task to do
And he stays with it until he is
For anything, and anytime he is
found to be long
Whether acting, or standing or
singing a song.
Carolyn Lobban was made
queen of the May
To reign over A. H. S., Beauty
for a Day.
A brunette who has looks, who is kind
Who may be buffeted but never does fall
Into a rage of quarrelsome, angry words
likely to come in first, and not in thirds.
Jim Meadows is president of this class
guides them wisely, and he knows how to pass.
likes his chow very well, watch him at noon.
He eats so long he can't get back very soon.
is it because he must do the cooking too.
then Its so tough he has to chew and chew?
Jim Meredith is quite a talented lad,
sing and play, his acting's not bad.
he's like the Irishman's flea
You try to find
him, you say "where can he be?"
In the library,
upstairs, among the dead?
Or is he at home
just lying in the bed?
Moody who can build all things,
Is called upon
each day, his tools he brings
To make a form for
concrete, to build a house,
To cut a window on
the stage, to trap a mouse;
And he must do these with a wood-ax and file,
no tools, Charles brings them with a smile
Eddie another of the McCallister clan
be the 5th, the 6th, or 7th man
To come from this family that knows he knows,
How to get a
living from a land by hard blows.
hold out a gimme" hand to you so
But by the
sweat of their brow they earn the dough.
Hilda Patterson is quiet as can be
not hear her, but look, you can see
The boys all think she would be nice to look at
boy, C, K. wasn't close to her sat.
And you cant
move him an inch with T. N. T,
He's worse that
way, folks, than any one can be.
is a Phillips now to the nth degree
She can converse or argue as if on
She is never without a word for each day,
Each hour, each year, She will have something
And loud enough to hear. We
wonder if Bob
Is able to listen and not
lose his job
Johnny Runyon is liked by everyone.
everyday life he has a lot of fun.
He does not
neglect a duty any day
But works diligently even
if it does pay,
His persistence get him a good job
at the White
And we are assured he is doing alright.
Andy is not always certain what he
To do with his time, he can squander his
Miss the point all together by trying to
When with brains and good judgment we
He skips his study hail and slips
Just to seem to be difficult,
Carol Shelton, Mr.
crutch, dream bright,
In A. H. S. is always trying to make
She knows our bank
balance, our schedule and such,
She keeps us in
line, also keeps us in touch
With the very thing
we need and use each day
From the first of
school in September till May.
pretty lass chooses the back seat.
Is it because
she's tall, she tries to hide her feet?
it to get far from her teachers chair
So, she'll not hear when the teacher does dare
To ask her
a simple fact about the lesson
She can pretend she
did not hear the question.
does not have time to go to school
pretends she does; according to the rule.
should not be called on to miss a day
is sick, very sick, too sick to stay
often too lame to stand alone
They need support,
a brace, or a good back-bone.
I got my A B C's
mixed up and left out some
Henry Mann who is not so mum
That I should
forget him, or get him out of line
When I am making such an inelegant rhyme.
But here is to
you Henry, You always count
May you as you go
through life all tasks surmount.
never know if Mc's should come 1st or last
certain it is that Betty isn't in the past
much present and quite up to date
only one event that may make her late
to pose or have a picture to make
She may hours,
or days, before the mirror take.
Apparently Mrs. Nelson, in all her work forgot
to do one for C. K. and fill this last
So I'll, for now, post his picture with
If someone has different list to send, I'll include it
Ruth Walkup who may be last but not least
is when it comes to an intellectual feast,
the four years she's put many in the shade
By quietly sticking to her work to make a good
By expressing an opinion at the right
She may continue learning's ladder to
Barry Worrell is more than a versatile chap
can make music anyway just clap and clap.
equal grace he understudies in a play
for the paper all in the month of May
If called upon
impromptu he's willing
And is often on a
program as a fill-in.