R. H. Park
One bright autumn morning, supposed to be No¬
vember 25, 1891, in the village of Winnsboro, S. C,
there was general commotion when it was learned
that the population of that glorious little village
had been increased, the newcomer being none other
than Russell H. Park. Russell was educated at
Columbia High School, Columbia, S C. After com¬
pleting his education he returned to the farm, but
finding that tilling the soil was an arduous task, he
conceived the idea of studying dentistry. "Rus"
is of a gentle nature, and through this attribute he
has won many friends. In his college course he
has acquired much knowledge, which he sometimes
displays by occasionally answering questions asked
him by one of the professors or demonstrators. He
has also acquired the distinction of being the Ana¬
nias of the Class of '14.
Russell Hanahan Park was born at Winnsboro,
S. C, November 25, 1891
Address, Winnsboro, S. C.
E. R. Respess
We invite your attention to this noble young man
who has so earnestly and untiringly devoted his
time and energies in making this volume of the
Sodecoan worthy of being remembered by every
reader. Roy is the possessor of one of the most
brilliant intellects of the student body, and his most
admirable record substantiates the above statement.
It is a recognized fact that he is the leader of the
class in theory, and deserves special mention as an
operator. He has been a hard worker, an excellent
student and a true friend. By his friendly dispo¬
sition he has won the esteem of the student body,
and we predict an exceedingly bright future for
him. He received his literary education at the
public and high schools of Macon. After its com¬
pletion he served for several years as bookkeeper.
Eugene Roy Respess was born at Hephzibah,
Ga., April 12, 1887. Quizmaster on Materia Med-
ica, 1911-12, 1912-13, 1913-14; Chemistry, 1913-14;
Editor-in-Chief of Sodecoan, 1914.
Address, Macon, Ga.