II. S. IllGGINS
Being the son of a dentist, '' Dutch '' naturally
decided to take up the same profession. Owing to
his extreme quietness, his classmates were all
afraid of him till we learned low little harm there
was in him. Higgins is a generous hearted boy
and has won many friends since he entered the
Southern Dental College. His early school days
were spent in the Franklin High School. After
leaving school, you could find him almost anywhere
hanging on a telegraph pole. He is a great musi¬
cian, and often entertains with various selections
on his guitar. We hope and believe Harry will
meet with great success.
Harry Siler Higgins was born at Franklin, N. C,
April 6, 1890.
Address, Franklin, N. C.
L. R. Hemler
Here we present a jolly good fellow, and he is
one of the happy-go-lucky sort that never troubles
trouble until trouble troubles him. Hemler hails
from the rice and sugar cane plantations of Louis¬
iana, where he had been engaged in the cultivation
of those useful products. He entered the S. I). C.
in the fall of 1910, but owing to some misfortune
was compelled to stay out of school for one year.
Not daunted by misfortunes, he returned with the
determination to make a dentist of himself, and
we believe he w-ill be most successful. He is an¬
other of our class who believes that "in union there
is strength,'' for he has succeeded in making one
plus one equal one.
Larkin Ryan Hemler was born at Alto, La..
October 3. 1890. Class Secretary, 1913-14.
Address, Alto, La.