J. H. BREWTON.
"But whether life bring joy or sorrow,
Make sure of this day, and hang to-morrow."—Drydcn.
The "Major" is indeed a great fellow. Liked by all
who know him, especially the fairer six, he spends his
days living in the joys of the present and trusting to
Providence for tomorrow. He received his early education
in the High School of Reedsville, Ga. , and when finished
there, he entered the Medical world, and aspired to be
an M. D. One year of this strenuous life convinced him
that he was in the "right church, but in the wrong pew,"
so he changed his course for the better and entered the
S. D. C. in the fall of 1908. He has been a good student,
and we feel safe in letting him out of his cage after three
years' confinement, and can assure you that he is quite
James Hi n ton Brew ton was born in Tatnall County,
Ga. , Feb. 3rd, 1887.
Quizmaster on Anatomy 09-10, Sec'y. Class 10-11,
Quizmaster on Physiology 10-11 .
J. A. BISHOP.
"He had some feeling of the sport ."—Shakespeare.
Once upon a time, there was born upon the top of the
highest hill in Autauga County. Alabama, the specimen
here presented. He remained there until he was large
enough to ride cows, and plow the little brown mule,
which he followed until eighteen summers had faded away,
when he awoke in the morning after a slumber of some
ten hours the night before. And thinking over the dreams
of the money tree he saw in Texas, soon he awoke in thp
Omaha Hotel, Omaha, Okla. There he remained several
months, looking for his share of the trees. Giving up the
hope of finding them, he returned to Alabama (pa's?),
accepted a position in the mercantile business where he
remained about two years. It was then and there that
Cupid shot the arrow which pierced this poor fellow's heart,
and he was happily married about one year later, Dec. 23,
1906. Two years later he entered the S. D. C, and I
feel sure that his kindness, firmness, and ability will win
for him great success in his chosen profession.
John Adams Bishop was born in Autauga County,
Ala. , .July 16th 1884.