Friday, November 27, 2009

S.H.S. Senior: Dorothy Colleen Hibbs

Seymour Herald - 31 January 1952
The Pepper  
Official Publication of the Seymour Public School
Senior of the Week
By Mary Alice White
  Dorothy Colleen Hibbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hibbs, is the first senior for this week. Dorothy has one older sister. She has blue eyes, light brown hair, weighs 106 pounds, is 5 feet, 6 1/2 inches tall and is 17 years old.
  While she has had loads of fun and many good times, Dorothy says that her most exciting was attending Hawkeye Girls State at Grinnell last summer.
  Dorothy began her school days at Farmer School, where she also received her eighth grade diploma. Now, in her high school days at Seymour high, she has spent two years as librarian, one year on the Pepper staff, two years in the girls glee club, one year as class secretary, and has served on the Tomahawk staff and as prompter of the junior class play.
  The friendliness between the teachers and students, along with the very good appearance of the high school are the two best liked things of Seymour high for Dorothy. However, she thinks that to improve the school, the trick is to improve the heating during cold weather.
  Now completing a commercial course, after her graduation Dorothy is planning on going to college.

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