W. J. CONWAY.
"Laugh and the world laughs with you."
Our next prisoner comes from somewhere in the ever¬
glades of Florida. He was left by the stork with a smile
on his sunny countenance, and that smile he wears to
this day. No one would ever doubt that he is the best of
fellows, ever helping a classmate out of any scrape. His
success in his chosen profession is well assured, for it
pays to advertise, and "Billy's" smile always shows his
prize set of crockery.
William Jennings Conway was born at Green Cove
Springs, Fla., March 15th, 1890.
F. W. CARRUTH.
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When "Cass" first made his appearance at the front
door of the S. D. C. the boys hardly knew whether he
belonged to the animal, vegetable, or mineral kingdom.
But e'er he had been with us many months, he had the
name of being the most studious boy in college. Hard
work brings its own reward, and among the graduating
class there are none more intelligent, congenial, kind and
true than is Carruth. Until he entered college, he led
the free life of the farmer, but knowing that he had layed
away his rural robes, and taken upon himself the garb of
a professional man, he entered upon his work with a
determination that means success. He has made good,
and we predict for him a bright and successful future.
Fred Wilson Carruth was born in Jackson Countv,
Ga. , October 27th, 1879.