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DAVID L. FRUETTE
David Leroy Pruette, young son
of Principal and Mrs. Dean B.
Pruette, war, about eight weeks
of age when he sent his daddy
off to Japan. And, while “Papa”
was gone, David ruled the
roost. But. by now, he’s become
subordinate to his Lieutenant and
seems quite happy about it. Dav
id’s godmother is Mrs. Ro.ger B.
Highlights and Sidelights
Ninth Grade Library Pages
Tuesday, May 28, 1946
.VIONA PENNINGTON AND
Mona Pennington and Imetta
Gruba are two girls who have
been seen in the halls, before
echocl on monitor duty, for this
whoD year. Neither has missed a
day this year and are both popu
lar and good students.
Mona is in room 202 and a mem
ber of the Junior High band.
Imetta is in room 101 and has
been on the honor roll all except
for the first six weeks.
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First row : tiara Mae It arborough, Betsy White, Zola McDonald. Second row: Barbara Lee, Mary Lee
Church, Jojce Loftin, Dot Kendall, Florence Fine. Modie Parks. Third row: Edwin Myers, .lohnny Raper,
Donald Martin. Billy Buchanan.
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MAXINE FARLOMT: AND
Betty Ann Rankin, Marilyn
Robinette, and Evelyn Nance real
ly showed good taste as they
pointed out Maxine Farlowe and
Donald Setliff for the winners of
the slow dancing contest. Those
two fun-loving people, both with
brown eyes and brow hair are
well-known and liked throughout
the school. Donald announced that
he liked math better than other
subjects, while Maxine smilingly
said, “Oh, English is my favor
ite subject!” (You see. Miss Con
nell supervises the paper before
it goes to press and to get in good
with a teacher always helps.” Or
maybe she really does like Eng
Barbara Lee, Peggy Jo Martin, Scottie Cook, Mary Lee Church, Betty Ann Rankin, and Evelyn Nance.
You guessed it—that’s Joyce
Loftin’s picture you’re staring at!
Remember her — the smartly
dressed girl in the play, “The
Transformation of Miss Jane,”
who portrayed the part of Miss
Dutton? Not only is Joyce good
in dramatics, but she is an out
standing student in the Ninth
Her column, “Stop, Look and
Whistle” in the Junior Pointer, is
read by many, and really gives
some fine points on fashions! It’s
girls like Joyce who make good
ninth grade students.
A’ou’ll remember Janet Blair as
the little girl who gave such an
expressive performance as the
younger sister in “The Mysteri
ous Aunt Laura.” Janet, a com
bination artist, poet and what-
have you, has also been a fre
quent contributor to the Junior
Pointer. Only 4% feet tall, Janet
has been one of Junior High’s
most outstanding seventh grad-
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First row Miss Burns, Mrs. Ross, Miss Betts, Mrs. Beamon, Miss Kathleen Young, Mrs. Farley, Miss Betts,
Mrs. Doty. Second row'—Miss Berry, Miss Sale, Miss Craven, Miss Lavinia Knox, Miss Booker, Miss
M’alker, Miss Connell. Third row—Miss Washburn, Mrs. Prost, Miss Snell, Miss Helen Young, Miss Thomas,
Mrs. McDonald. Miss Limehouse, Miss Calhoun. Fourth row:Miss Feree, Miss Winfield, Mrs. Hutchins, Mrs.
Hinshaw, Miss Nash, Miss Bowen. Fifth row: Miss Gurley, Mr. Morris, Miss Mildred Knox, Mrs. Nicholson,
Miss Copeland, Miss Coley, Mr. Serposs, Mr. McCoy, Mr. Pruette, iss Dickson.
214 has a mastermind in its
midst. She is brown-haired, blue
eyed Ann Allred who has made
all A’e this year. This is probably
due to the fact that she has no
favorite subject, but loves them
all. Her favorite hobbies are danc
ing and collecting make-believe
horses. (Wonder if she teaches
the horses to make all A’s too?)
She has read over 100 books this
year and is also in the seventh