Friday, November 27, 2009

SHS Senior of the Week: Betty Vruble

Seymour Herald - 21 February 1952
The Pepper
Official Publication of the Seymour Public School
By Mary Alice White
  Betty Vruble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Vruble, has been selected as the senior of the week. She has one older sister, two younger brothers and three younger sisters.
  On a body of five feet, five and one half inches of height and one hundred and thirty pounds, are two blue-gray eyes and short, light brown hair.
  While her pet peeve is "two faced people," her most exciting time was when she had her first ride on the "Bobs."
  Betty first started to school at Jerome, where she also received her eighth grade diploma. Now in her senior year, Betty is completing a commercial course, but she has no definite plans for after graduation.
  Having many favorites, Betty has listed some of them as: movie--Two Weeks With Love, movie star--Jane Powell, song--Blue Bird Island, singer--Bing Crosby, orchestra--Guy Lombardo, pastime--reading, crocheting, and listening to the radio, food--ice cream, color--light blue, and season of the year--spring. In her opinion, the bus rides to and from school are the best things at S.H.S., and her favorite subject is shorthand. Why? Why--Because it receives the most attention, of course!
  During her four years of high school, Betty has spent four years in basketball, one year as class treasurer and one year each the girls glee club and mixed chorus. She also was homecoming queen attendant and was in the junior play.

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