II. W. Fle.mistkr
We now present for your inspection an interest¬
ing character in "Polly." You would naturally in¬
fer from his picture that he was a lazy, sleepy sort
of fellow, but this is not true, for he is a very
industrious lad. Polly received his education at
the Flovilla High School and the Locust Grove In¬
stitute, which schools have well qualified him to
cope with the many ups and downs of life. Being
endowed with a brilliant intellect, he has made a
most enviable record while in college, and it has
been predicted that in years to come his name will
stand foremost among the dental surgeons. Much
credit is -hie him. Not only has he stood well in his
classes, but he is at present holding the responsible
position of railway mail clerk with the U. S. Gov¬
ernment, having served in this capacity for the
past seven years.
Harry Wesley Flemister was born at Covington,
Ga., November 18, 1883. Class President, 1913-14;
Assistant Business Manager Sodecoan, 1914.
Address. Atlanta, Ga.
B. D. Dozier
Adjust your glasses and observe this specimen
that was captured somewhere in the jungles of
South Alabama, and shipped in to us to be made
into a dental surgeon. The faculty has been at
labor for some time with this aim in view, and
are beginning to be hopeful. According to his
statements he has taught school, and it is quite in¬
teresting to hear him relate some of his many ex¬
periences. During his college life he has made a
Bedier Daniel Dozier was born at Dozier, Ala..
October 28, 18S7. Quizmaster on Chemistry, 1911-
Ad-tress, Brooklyn, Ala.