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Last updated: September 15, 2018

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Joan P Antle

" Devise, wit, write, pen; for I am for whole volumes in folio"

Lois Irene Ashlock

"My spirits are nimble"

Carole Elizabeth Bailey

"I know you have a gentle noble temper, a soul as even as calm"

Douglas Lee Bailey

"His nature is too noble for the world"

John Balz

"Sometimes I'll sleep out, the other I'll whistle "

Juanita Ann Blakey

"See what grace was seated on his brow"

Jenny Lou Bocko

"My library was dukedom large enough"

John Carleton Bohaning

"A marvelous, witty fellow"

Nancy Bradley

"More moving--delicate, and full of life"

Everett Bray

"Men of few words are the best men"

Robert Charles Campbell

"I remember him well, and I remember him worthy of thy praise"

James Edward Cavanaugh

"In thy face I see the map of honor, truth, and loyalty"

Phyllis Ann Chittick

"The good I stand on is my honesty"

Ronald Lee Clark

"There is a history in all men's lives"

Murriel Travis Collard

"And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man"

Dennis James Crosby

"His heart and hand both open and both free"

Maria Darlene DeLewis

"The good I stand on is my truth"

Joyce Ann Embry

"For tis the mind that makes the body rich"

Norma Faye Embry

"My crown is call'd content; a crown it is that seldom kings enjoy"

Kenneth Ray Eschman

"He is mild and gentle in his speech"

Larry Lee Filburn

"His grace has spoken well and justly"

George William Fogle

"Nature and Fortune join'd together to make thee great"

Nancey Jane Ford

"Those about her from her shall read the perfect ways of honor"

Martha Frye

"The moon, were she earthly, no nobler"

Martha Fuqua

"And she is fair, and fairer than that word, Of wondrous virtues"

Sarah Jane Gilliam

"The heaven such grace did lend her, That she might admired be"

Wilson Hayden Griffin

"As you are truly noble"

Ted Harrison

"My heart is true as steel"

Jesse Ray Haven

"He was wont to speak plain and to the purpose"

Janice Lurane Hodges

"She is beautiful, and therefore to be wooed"

John T. Howard

"Most learned and most reverend sir"

Sherry Humble

"I, will believe thou hast a mind that suits with thee thy fair and outward character."

Judith Lee Jones

"A gem to lighten all"

Carol Elizabeth Kapfhammer

"You bear a gentle mind"

David Robert Khaliel

"For he's a spirit of persuasion"

Claudia Herald Kiefer

"In small proportions we just beauties see"

Shirley Denita King

"There was never yet fair woman but she"

William Douglas Lancaster

"Fleeter than arrows, bullet wind, thought, swifter things"

Carl W. Lehr, Jr.

"For courage mounteth with occasion"

David Wayne Luckey

"An affable and courteous gentleman"

Bonnie Kathleen Lyles

"A kind overlow of kindness"

George Louis Mathena

"Men of few words are the best men"

Delores McEwen

" Beauty and honor in her are so mingled"

Lois Dene McFarland

"Ever beloved and loving"

George E. McHugh

"Truly, an honest gentleman"

John R. Meadows

"A lad of mettle, a good boy"

Linda Carol Meyer

"Of an excellent and unmatched wit and judgement"

Norman Watterson Miller

"A bold, brave gentleman"

Phyllis Lynn Miller

"Is she not passing fair"

Paul R. Morris

"His better doth not breathe on the earth"

Henry M. Nickles

"Thou art a gallant youth"

Saundra Kay O'Brien

"A very riband in the way of cap of youth"

Doris Oliver

"Beauty, truly Blent"

Maggie Oller

"For several virtues, have I liked several . . .; never any with so full soul"

Donald Ray Orthober

"A still and quite conscience"

Richard Ovington

"Is in the very May-morn of his youth, Ripe for exploits and mighty enterprises"

Margie Ann Palmer

"The dews of heaven fall thick in blessings on her"

Everett Jackson Polley, Jr.

"I, thus neglecting worldly ends, all dedicated to closeness and the bettering of my mind"

John Franklin Pfeiffer, II

"He is a great observer, and he looks quite through the deeds of men"

William Herbert Price, Jr.

"I know him noble"

Larry Fielding Reynolds

"I owe no man hate, envy no man's happiness, glad of other man's good"

Marvin Rice

"I thank thee for that humor"

Kenneth T. Rich, Jr.

"In framing an artist, art hath this decreed,
To make some good, but others to exceed"

Ann Roehrig

"Thou hast the sweetest face"

Robert Wesley Sadler

"He's gentle and not fearful"

Larry Lee Saunders

"My learned lord"

Thomas Franklin Scott

"With his eyes in flood with laughter"

Mary Jeanette Seng

"The moon, were she earthly, no nobler"

Martha Gail Smith

"Her voice was ever soft; Gentle and low, an excellent thing in a woman"

Mary Anne Smith

"My Spirits are nimble"

Steve Stigers

"O excellent young man"

Connie Lee Tingle

"My heart is true"

Jerry Waters

"He hath indeed a good outward happiness."

Brenda Wilson

"With all the virtues that attend the good."

Charles Edward Wirth

"I know the gentleman to be of worth and worthy estimation"

Mr. Charles Uzzle - Advisor

"The place is dignified by the doer's deeds"

  Gary Heffernan
A classmate who did not graduate with this class
  Joe Martin, Jr. A classmate who did not graduate with this class

 


For the Volume XXX of the ANNALS, the theme chosen by the staff was Shakespeare and the time in which he lived. All of the quotations have been taken from Shakespearean sonnets and plays.

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