Alumnae
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     Our school year is rapidly coming to a close, and the graduating class of '22 will soon be members of this department of The Cumtux.  It seems a mere dream, but it is a reality.  And so to the Seniors we pay our humble respects, and hope for them a prosperous and successful career in whatever walk of life they undertake.  And may they ever hold dear the memory of Glynn Academy.  May she be their guiding star and light them on their way to a brighter future.  And so The Cumtux bids farewell to the class of '22 in the Social and Athletic Departments but welcomes them to the Alumnae.

Mrs. Allen, formerly Miss Catharine Tait, of the class of '17, now resides in Milledgeville.

Mrs. C.B. Wiggins, formerly Miss Marian Burkhimer, of the class of '17, now resides in Savannah.

Mrs. George Witman, formerly Miss Francis Cook, of the class of '17 now resides in New York.

Mrs. Ricks, formerly Miss Lorena Manoe, of the class of '17, now resides in Dublin.

The class of '17 furnished tow teachers.  They are:  Miss Beatrice Lang and Miss Clara Pyles, both of whom reside in Brunswick.

Miss Emma Lou King and Miss Ruth Lazarus are both at present residing in Brunswick.

Mr. Roy Arnold of the class of '17, is at present residing in Atlanta.

Mr. Carley Zelmenovitz of the class of '17, is a member of the firm of A. Zelmenovitz, of this city.

Mrs. Earl Kid, formerly Miss Elizabeth Hopkins, of the class of '17 now resides in Philadelphia.

Mr. Arthur Pos of the class of '17 now resides in Chicago.

Mr. Grant Wilson of the class of '17 is at present residing in Atlanta.

Mr. Clifton Crofton of the class of '17 resides in Everett City.

Louis Orr of the class of '17 is studying medicine at Emory University.

Miss Catherine Peters of the class of '15 is now employed by the Brunswick Creosote Plant.

Levi Ballard of the class of '19 is attending Georgia Tech.

Lloyd Butler of the class of '20 is employed by the Atlantic Refinery.

Mary Dean Calnan of the class of '20, resides in this city.

Emory Owens of the class of '19 is employed by the Downing Company.

Margaret Welch of the class of '20 resides in this city.

Joseph Owens of the class of '15 is manager of the C&O pressing club.

Mrs. Glass, formerly Miss Carrie Allen of the class of '18 now resides in Albany.

Mrs. Warren, formerly Miss Norma Hawes, of the class of '20 now resides at West Palm Beach.

Gladys Hill of the class of '29 resides in this city.

Olive Hill of the class of '18 resides in this city.

Ida Davis of the class of '20 is studying to be a nurse in Augusta.

Earle May of the class of '20 is now attending the University of California.

Mrs. Dozier, formerly Miss Ethel Flynn of the class of '18 resides in this city.

Herbert Ratcliffe of the class of '20 is attending Emory University.

Thelma Gilmore of the class of '20 is employed by the firm of Gilmore & Wood of this city.

George Palmer Smith of the class of '20 resides in this city.

Melvin Brockington of the class of '20 is employed at the post office.

Sidney Nathan of the class of '15 is a member of the Pfeiffer Delicatessen Store.

Mrs. Sherman Watkins, formerly Miss Eugenia Maxey, of the class of '15, now resides in Chicago.

Mildred Levy of the class '15, now resides in Savannah.

David Gordon of the class of '21, who is attending Washington and Lee in Virginia, was recently honored by being admitted to the Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, being appointed Sergeant-at-arms.  This fraternity leads all others in scholastic averages for the term just ended, displacing the Betas, who held the coveted position last term.

The many friend of Harry Haym will be interested to know that he recently passed a test at Princeton University, which was so unusually hard that it was given a column in the New York Times.  The subject was "Historical Introduction to Politics and Economics."  In commenting on the test the New York Times stated that half of the Freshman class failed on it, and that it had gone over the heads of the Professors at Princeton.  It will also be gratifying to know that he made the highest mark in the Latin classes.

Mrs. Jake Blanton, formerly Miss Virginia Hilsman, of the class of '15 is residing in this city, and it is to her that The Cumtux owes its artistic decorations.

Miss Frederica Barnhill of the class of '15 is residing in this city.

David Ratcliffe of the class of '15 is residing at Fancy Bluff.

Mrs. Duggan, formerly Miss Nell Arnold, of the class of '15 is now residing in Atlanta.

 

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