Senior class superlatives 1927
Cliffside, Feb. 28—The Seniors held a class meeting Friday afternoon, at which time they elected their class superlatives, as follows: Typical Senior, Rosa Mae Haynes; most studious, Louise Lemmons; most mischievous, Aileen Gold; best sport, Berry Rhinehardt; most athletic, Jesse McCurry; best looking, Rosa Mae Haynes; quietest, Ola Hamrick; most bashful, Zeb Winn; most comical, Jesse McCurry; most sophisticated, Paul Nanney; most handsome boy, Berry Rhinehardt; wittiest, Gifton Jolley.
Busy Writing Plays.
The Senior and Junior classes here have been having much fun during the past two weeks composing plays.
There was much visiting during the week-end.
Messrs. Randolph Martin and Louie Packard and Misses Meredith Lancaster, Aileen Gold, Dink Rhinehardt, Eula Simmons, Ruby and Marie Jackson visited Mr. Glenn Callahan, of Ellenboro, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Edith Biggerstaff visited Miss Meredith Lancaster Sunday.
Miss Inez Fisher visited relatives in Charlotte last week. She was greatly missed by her classmates.
Go To South Carolina.
Misses Ruth Finch and Sara Lou Jenkins, members of the high school faculty, spent Saturday in Spartanburg.
Dr. H.L. Robertson and Miss Ruth Finch visited in Forest City Saturday evening.
Mr. Charles Carpenter visited in Gaffney Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. Clayton Scruggs and Otto Moore and Misses Ilene Scruggs and Emma Moore visited Miss Moore’s cousin at the General Hospital, Spartanburg, Sunday afternoon.
Visit in Chimney Rock.
Mr. Monte Campbell and Miss Helen Thompson, members of the high school faculty, visited in Chimney Rock Sunday afternoon.
We are very glad to add a new member to the high school roll. This member is Miss Zelma Michales, from Asheville.
Miss Dawsey Thomas, a member of the Senior Class, and news reporter for the high school, is absent from school on account of sickness. She will be greatly missed by the Seniors.
This item was printed in The Sun on March 3, 1927.