FAIRY HIGH SCHOOL -
from left to right: Katharyne Cunningham, Frank C. Allen, Norma Lee
Sellers, C.V. Russell, Ruth Trimmier, Elton Freeman.
popular, intelligent, and real athletes—at least that is how it came out
according to votes, teacher’s records and athletic activities taken part
in—by the students. Taking these from left to right—Katharyne
Cunningham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cunningham, a student in the
eighth grade, made the highest grade among the girls in high school with
an average of nearly 94. Last year Katharyne made the highest grade in
on the State tests. We count our school very fortunate to have a student
like Katharyn (This is the way it is spelled in this article.
rarely ever find a boy as studious, sound thinking, witty and well liked
as Frank Coit Allen. His average was above 94. Frank Coit stands high in
all his subjects; he has not made lower than 90 on any subject this year.
Frank is also a member of the freshman class. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Allen of the Falls
Creek District. Any school or class would count themselves fortunate
to have Frank Coit as a pupil.
Lee Sellers comes from near Lanham.
She has made good on the basketball, volleyball and tennis teams. She is a
real athlete and sport. Some of our opponents will have a hard fight
against “Sellers.” We are proud that she will be with us next year and
feel sure she will work harder next year than she did this. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Sellers.
V. (John) Russell is the most popular boy in high school. John just walked
off with this honor with little trouble. John’s friends are numbered by
those who know him. He is quite and unassuming and is ever ready to help
anyone needing a friend. John is another freshman and we were happy to
have the most popular boy in high school in our class. John, too, hails
Creek and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Russell. John is not only
popular but one of our best athletes, too.
Trimmier (Sweetie), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Trimmier was voted the
most popular girl. Anyone who stays around Fairy school would know that to
be true without voting. Sweetie is all that her name implies. You never
see her unless she is in a good humor and happy (unless she can’t work
those algebra problems). The sophomore class are proud to boast of Sweetie
as one of their classmates and she, too, comes from Falls Creek.
Freeman, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Freeman, came from Meridian
Creek School to Fairy. “Freeman” was our outstanding athlete in
basketball and baseball and was captain of the basketball team. Freeman
goes into any game with a determination to win and his opponent certainly
has to be on his toes or this determination will certainly be made good.
Fairy will suffer a great loss this year, as Freeman is a senior and
won’t be with us next year.
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HAMILTON COUNTY SCHOOL ANNUAL
TEXAS CENTENNIAL EDITION
W. F. BILLINGSLEA, Publisher
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