. The Chsite [1920]. s blushed at herself. Rosabel is one of the quiet members of our class.She has had many obstacles to overcome, such as in-fluenza and appendicitis; but she is never discour-aged. Her true merit is sincerity. Page Thirty FRANK G. SEYMOURApex, N. C, R. 4 Who mixed reason, with pleasure and wisdom withmirth. Here is our star debater! Franks one besettingfault is that of asking questions, but he is an all-round fellow. Everyone likes him; and as our ClassPresident he stands for high ideals. LYDA SMITHMcCullers, N. C. /i would be impossible in such a small space tostate all of

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. The Chsite [1920]. s blushed at herself. Rosabel is one of the quiet members of our class.She has had many obstacles to overcome, such as in-fluenza and appendicitis; but she is never discour-aged. Her true merit is sincerity. Page Thirty FRANK G. SEYMOURApex, N. C, R. 4 Who mixed reason, with pleasure and wisdom withmirth. Here is our star debater! Franks one besettingfault is that of asking questions, but he is an all-round fellow. Everyone likes him; and as our ClassPresident he stands for high ideals. LYDA SMITHMcCullers, N. C. /i would be impossible in such a small space tostate all of
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. The Chsite [1920]. s blushed at herself. Rosabel is one of the quiet members of our class.She has had many obstacles to overcome, such as in-fluenza and appendicitis; but she is never discour-aged. Her true merit is sincerity. Page Thirty FRANK G. SEYMOURApex, N. C, R. 4 Who mixed reason, with pleasure and wisdom withmirth. Here is our star debater! Franks one besettingfault is that of asking questions, but he is an all-round fellow. Everyone likes him; and as our ClassPresident he stands for high ideals. LYDA SMITHMcCullers, N. C. /i would be impossible in such a small space tostate all of her qualities. She is efficient, loyal, and true. Everyone of theclass holds her in high esteem. WILLIAM DURWARD UPCHURCHApex, N. C, R. 4 / dare do all that may become a man;Who does more is none. His genial disposition, frank smile, and capacityfor liking everyone makes him a fine fellow. Onelook into his soft brown eyes reveals a manly charac-ter. Truly the class is fortunate in having such afriend. Page Thirty-one. GEORGE EUGENE UPCHURCH, Jr.Apex, N. C, R. 1 Frivolity is not considered in his curriculum. He is a favorite of the Senior Class, a friend toeveryone, and a business-like boy. George is theBusiness Manager of The Chsite, and no better onecould have been found. He has worked very hard tomake the annual possible.