Albany High School - Thronateeska Yearbook (Albany, GA)

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We THRO NAT EESKA orewom' Of this, the eighteenth voyage of the Thronateeska across the Hi seas, may a true log, chartered from port to port with our interests, activities and aspirations, bring happy mem- ories of companionship and be ever engraved on every mind and en- shrined in every heart. -xfsfxfvxzxzxzxzxzxa Nlxlvxfxlxfslvxrv X., fc 'Q' .Afp 'lx 9 445531 xl ,1 U v, I1 Viv wav YAY vlv v.Y V1 nv vf' l Q 5 5 xxv vAv vlv vi YAY YAY 'AY YAY V1 Wof Bullefin 5,A5,'fHRONAT E .ESKA Sails - 5ep1.17,19.54 DocKS.May 51,1955 ,J -l If wi sf wi f f f-- -. - g.- : -Kr xv N Ullulmlilllllllfll -F, 1 9 wig?-, I - ff' ft 'BN as - a a.a,,a.a SMTHRONATEES lhhiratinn TO OUR MOTHERS lTl-l our deepest love I i and affection, do we, the class ol nineteen thirty-live, dedicate this volume of the Thron- ateeslca to those whose hopes, aspirations, and prayers for us have been a beacon light to guide' us into courses ol honor and uselul- ness. With the utmost sincerity do we eller this small tribute in ap- preciation ol their great love. A W vvv vvvf' f " "wwf e I. Al , IQ55 A a E E. ,X if in ,Ls W ,rg iw if sa bv ,Ji 'fi E , , , ,E W 412 E, ., M 1 F51 N WP' fl, fl! Bu -, ,X 4. EF fi fi if 'fs il: 9 if! F. W Z Un M :GJ ii 'Q I' wa 4,1 .., Fli 3-J 1, ni R 49 L5 If 5: avg! ,lf '55 ij! . Geetefits: 1. V3. 4. Classes Activities Athletics Features t f7Ae THRU NAT EE SKA The Grew I I I I I I I .Mary L. I Q Brosnan I I I 1 I I . Lacey I I I I Caihzrinfa I Mzicali I I I L X I QV vlv uv v.v vlv vAv YAY YAY uv vfjl " " ' luv viv vlv nv viv VAY v1 vlv v.v wg We THRU NAT EESKA Y T 0 UW fiend L ' S. R. de JARNETTE As a tribute to one who had "Wroughl into his We the creed qt creeds, In noblenesf and lowing deeds." We, the Seniors, of 1935, respectfully dedicate this page of our annual to our true friend and advisor, Mr. S. R. deJarnette. Mr. delarnette has devoted forty years of untiring etfort to the Albany youth as Superintendent of the city schools and later as Superintendent of the county schools. xt ,v H v. I1 QY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY' xY.Y YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YY YAY 1 f7Ae THRU NAT EESKA War Tear mor RQ!! Harvey Cohen Banks Haley Marion Arthur Elizabeth Garbutt ,lane Jones Elizabeth Lucas Ruby Mae McDaniel Carolyn Merrit Gloria Scovill Corrie Alice Tomlin Octavia Spies 27 YAY YAY A A YAY AY .Y YAY AV Af -A W. vhv VAY YAY my xy vty my 1.7 yd XX X . if f Q I x ,lf C X J 1 ff J 9 Q W 'g my K K ' My Q ' f W'5ilQ5QYb,m Q js WRX Q , , 4? , .t K Ag47i"ZX'53j , HW!! f" -W W W ff Z3 Q i f W ' EQ! i WST Z f"'7" W V ' if',l, U9 M P if - Cf if , 4 ! l A .N V 5, fy! 'f 5, gj35f,Eif35Z'33f5 QYQ N df ffRwHf1fN A fkfmxm xy 1 ' 1? 'ef ii 'iff 'g V.-Q4A""?'a....41 7AQ THRU NAT EE SKA N I I G I ' X l I6 A-R' W xi, qi, N, 1 X Lf-' ...f gil ' y ,I " W :gr sg' 2635 px N - -1 - - Y A 7 k Wi ll I WF, SENIQRS TRAVEL F15iA5',V CHESS YYY VYYY Yvv f I 'A 4 4 4 A 1 H A A " X I 'AY V1 ,Y VAY Av gv viv v. , 1421 We THRO NAT EESKA Teams! aides PASSPORT ,yfuwqdimu ay 6 ELIZABETH GARBUTT UTo her, the powers of a president." President '34, '35: Honor Roll '32, '33, '34, '355 Secretary Honor Society '35: Annual Staff '35s Lawyerettes '34, '35g Dramatic Club '33, '34: N. R. A. Club '34: Authors' Hour '35: Junior Play '34, Senior Play '35, Home Ec. Club '32: Les Vingt Cinq '35. l PASSPORT FRANK RIDLEY ALLEN UA handsome boy. a witty boy, a boy so full of fun, A brainy boy, a carefree boy, a thousand boys in one." Student Council '32, '33: Honor Society '33, '34: Glec Club '32, '33, '34, '35: Boys' Literary Club '35: Football '33, '34, '35: All State Chorus '32, 34, '35: President '33g Vice President '34: Junior Play '34, Junior Music Club '33, '34: Annual Start '34, '35: Presi- dent '35, Operetta '34. , ,v ,u Q " l..l'..X. A .. '-,a.----23-up . -,gi-?.i'-----ffl, 'n"'.--:','."::--540 - ,-' . " " 4 '- . 1. .. 4 ,mv '- 'f-TV-"L.'lJ"'1w'--'s-?l- 7 1-115:-:-'TSP ""'s' 1-' L-1 f,. 4, ,f I" 'VM' ,-'--. 0' ' X:.fr-:- -,"'5?Ti'1'f 1522? A 4, + --'-- .-..-- . .-, . JV.: : -:Quai t 3,- . 6 Wifi., l-:iugdupf .thi-:HY 4' ' ' -, i'W+S-::I."1 2151"- ,1 , -J-ff zz - .u- Y- " ll vu ' " X-'Kgs 47 SEQ R 'Il-ig." '-'-1" 'F :J 2::1ei'?"I-:fiffif 221' M - 4. 77,5 Y. ,f,,L'::Ze " ':1'lL K, X' ffj '. N ,.jf..',7sLl' H'..' -'.: ,V ,fo -71, ...- ,, .,. E'3t1,1:fzZ,.f5ggQgar' :: I 551511, 3,g.itiE,f5-4 If f E 123-'fit' ' -:- 7f4r'f"- I 'PT'-'r" ,','fQ,,' 1 z.,'fff-1' -0.21-7-'Y 1' -'A "f,"1f'5 P """ 'fi " A. ,,w.':,f . ,-,fx f 1, ,. .,,-v.. 1 " f I, I' 'vlf G' I, ,.Q"'-1'i',"li - , 'ff-YQQQ5 Pkofzgfrafah ofbmref rr- " -55215 f9H0f1g1'r1cf1l, ofgmrer Much of the success of this cruise of the Throna- teeska is due to the persevering leadership of the tourist guides, Elizabeth Garbutt, and Frank Allen, who have faithfully steered the less experienced sailors across the rougher waves of the Hi Sea. xl ,1 If QV YAY vv vv vv vv wr vv YV vf W A A A A A A A A, U X xA"A''A"A"AV'A"A"AV'A' it Q ,.fw.4m.' Wl... 1 We THRONATEESKA .,z9Lout'u 5 F PASSPORT PASSPORT gf Q9 Wi THOMAS J. ADAIR "A man can be whatever he determines to be." Honor Society '33, Y34, 735: Baseball '33: Diamond Y NADINE ALTON "A tilted head, a winning smile There's sunshine in her heart." Ball '33, '34: Block A '34: Les Vingt Cinq 35- Entered 735: Literary Guild '35! Vice President ,,,5,4:..'?At'u13,,. ,....-., .. A Q. 'U .. -. .. Sai? f1':w"-:- ww 3-Jvlu . . f,.,: .5111',1 -1 r",Y ix,-,:' ,Aden I -3 A-5. v 1 'J' Q5 N 'g",v' gl- 1' if, 'J 1:55, 2 iizrfigeu 1: LP : v, ' I Business Science Club 735. I- Hnxnkn J + 5 M. ' R E . -w5.:-:,-.:':-..- , N .' Q-I Y . , ".,'.'.,, Ari.: . .-lr 1l."JIl::'-il' ' V, I I. Y V 1 Nj: , " ' ' if 4 -A f '.' i A' A A Tv . v -1 4.1 X, A. ' ' . '31, ' ' 1 U-9' N :Ah +1 ' Qu' 4 A ,is X-M I- 'ut A , X 1,314.4 , .I J-, "Sl" ' 4 do 5 ' '-Y' 4: 32.4" ,:'7.2.i.' 'Ili - if, 3 p K A, :-' 1. mu ,t K 4 c 7 I D ' sl C, 719. Je' . ,II-' ". 1.21 ? A Y 1 ln' 55 ' 'K s wx 1. f .,'. .5- l l I -A n , "AA l 4 ' I ,'1'.','I' . 1 ,.- ' ,.!'.'A- -1 rr E.. gave-:T i q.::f-,gy llafgraffh ofBearer ' A - jk -'j'j-I J-333555, nikki-' , ...Q ig . -- -1::Q,f1.5i!524" .fi:::'.'i- e1xff:a,sS?v :17.l:,'f1'7 .Mr 4,'gg,.,.r ,fl gf'-3' -iq-P ,-.:'.y' 0, I. ,M , WV f-Sues f:1.?-,fQ- Phafo ra lL offearel' + f 5. ,A .,.,... hit. A i PASSPORT 49' uofj MARION SEVILLE ARTHUR ". . . Lensely sincere." Winner District Latin tournament '32: Honor So- ciety '33, '34, '35g President Drsunatic Club '35g Secretary Class '33, '35: Annual Staff '35: Les Vingt Cinq '35: Parliamentan-ian Lawyerettes 435: Press Reporter Lawyerettes '35: Vice President N. R. A. Club '34: Vice President Fideles '34: Home Ee. Club '32g Vice President Authors' Hour '35: Junior Play '34: Senior Play '35: Herald Column '35: Honor Roll '32, ,333 '34, '35. . --,r-4H'3':-2':1E-1.1,- i.-"'.- -- ..-- '--. wr' fn A .- u . fl N, 'Q' . v.v,,,. ,..,4. A. . .44 Tn- ' '.------L Vyfn i- - ,-:r---:----r:- '-"-xv ,5.- -:A -,',. . 4, 'wig '.'.,:g.,.2.'x+v '..-'.. ' ph-qk-,y5.' C+' . -.1, A. i. - --1--1. ',. .V-, ' 'W' '5 4-Av . "3'g2:", .J-vaf! 'I' 1-"xv f -3 -.f-1 . -51" ar 'J IS?-7-:l'if':1' F?:.r HH 3313. ' ftffqzyi-.. , ::::51k' -'.-izqffz, 2151.5-1? 1: ::- il' PASSPORT 19' Zx?6 FLOYD ATWOOD "He who is well satisfied is well pax A :f'I7f1fff'a".5'Z':f'5Q' T . f I- .1-1-"' -- -- wi' .-.. ',,::::--," vgf. gy- '- , '-:11"'.,f "-fre. :1',Z'Jf' 9' , Q' ww 15 'FL A .ff . A Q--1. .l .. A A -ii '-"J v" 911'-'."l-.X ' uw, -W-'su a,. -,.'.,-,Ui-, I .,- 411: A: . , 5 4 38.1, yaj sq., .',-1,. v r T' we 4 , . , .,. , U1 -K v ,A -1, - 54 3196.7 12Q::.5r:r E: par: 1 gzggffmiug-.rf ..g.','s,,4.f 074 'f. ,,gf'.'j3,' D w 1' " H, 42' -57' f Pha!qg'rzzf1fL ofbearer rr 55.-2:5 wgiigfifegf .01ia!g'nzfJfL 0fBe1zrer ' vvvvvfvvvvv vvwvvf vvvv vvv v v xl gms, if AY A A A A AV A A A, .955 XTA A LYA AV AV AVYV""l MV ,avkx " ' 76,2 THRO NAT EESKA ASSPORT PASSPORT .9 1,75 J9' 17 "Of her A picture br Home Ec. Club '34: S. S. Club '351 O. Li RUTH BARBRE ight face one glance will trace on your brain." Club '32, '33: Secretary Authors' Hour S. Club '34g Press Reporter S. O. terary Guild '35: Annual Typist '35, . . Z! ag ZEKE BASS "When there's a girl in the case, All other things give place." Football '34, '35: History Debate Club '35g Boys Literary Club '35. -,pw-Ef'?f'32i3'9-1.1,. V --,v-f??:-3:11-:.g,. :-"I Q, FE.:-11'-2 Pr-rg. ' , IQ!-:T 1153 f:",R'z-1'3.- li A ,- 4 - " - ' - +' ' 1:1i",f,2""::t-,'1"':'3',l, .- .,. 4 -.N - - A- ' -aw. : xi, ' Q 34. 'mv L uf: .' '- :-f,- - " . -'--r.---wtf Qi ,g1,ggvQlg.g.g.' .,-:QQ i-:-.qfigau 31:5 1,-'Hg 'UW' -91 ij.,'.'.i- 2 A ' faint: ,An 1112- 6:5 Y' 4 JQQWIS' , .2-' '.x--my, ,Q A 2 . .jfgdfcf P'-M-Sw ' ', 5-. 'Q vit.-14,13 5 iq, 1 Q . . , L- 4, . h N L ,jg 'v J. an tl tl, 1. - 5- .. ,, p , ,ws .-s,.... - -. 4' '55'-fg"v-' e'1.:::7 I' 2:i'-lkr 5.5 9 ' 49 '.5'?f,..f 6. L-.iff ll Pill, ' , '. 1,..--H ,, In " : ' H 'u ' f '-- In -1- 355 ik- . i - ., ' gli Lg,j5fQfm'iglgS,S,n 'U gg L,XjSg5Z7yf55q,sf-w :ha fy ' ', 1 lr , 7. nf, n.. - , . z,'f:Q1' : har' ,yi rg, I. 47.jff,.,. lligum' '4',,:l.y "1'f'-9' . '7'i'73'l5 Ll ' 4'l4!".i-' -if'-RMA' f M ft fb M f ' eff-1 .. 1--5-Mi' 0 Qfm 0 Mffff ., we-.5 , qt:-1-,f 5- m 0 ra IL ofBearer . ,L J- .44 I-:., 4 J A.:V,'Af 'J' i l i P A SSPORT I-IUBERT BATEY 1 'They just adore me." Track '33, '34: Football '33, '34. 1- " C'l'.'k' K 4 .- ati' U, '44 x4-.--- --- 4411, Eff'-Q :A rr wg: - Q. gl: '-sq., 1, ,.jQ'g, .' '13 ,Y .--.Syl-,1-5, +1 1I,. 4 .,...A, in -.-.4,f.'w.l-.-.L - F' PASSPORT Llwiwcfriwvu of 15 JOHN JACQUES BECK "You know I say just what I think And nothing more or less." Entered '34: Orchestra '34, '35: Boys' Literary Club '35g Basketball '34, '35. ,. ",..u.:x.jM4 ,- I-tif-:EQ :: ff:--i':Q,. f, vi-V... .. .,.., A . -.x,,, .- ,. ,N . 'W' .gl .1 .j.,'.v': afxllq. ', Q: K-1' 73- 'I i -'Q-."if'f'?-' -F5 4:1 "A: 'Qu' -K ,Iif1I?'1.j f+j,f55g?jf,' 33 'i-"' ,ffi?'-1j,Qj,fE5sffff ii Ei, 1 if , I iifffi-Qizzif' .".".'9L1Q'.' ,.'1".-'QQQZ-, "l'f"ui' , ,g1"':C"' . 'JI' O' ,,, ,.ji"':1'l'," . Pliolgfrafffa 0f5edrzr rr ,jfgfgfgti PAafg'rzzf1fL 0fBearer r" nl I x4 ,1 U v If YI 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I, x'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I V1 vnv vs un. f7Ae THRO NAT EESKA PASSPORT PASS -49' i'u0f5 .191 "ply, BEN BOZEMAN FRANK "I see and strive Ito reach the height H That lies forever in the light." Than big and Pres. Les Vingt Cinq '35, Senior Play '35 Society '34, ,353 Junior Music Club '35, Boys Liter- ary Club '35, Chorus '35, Associate Editor Herald Column '35, Annual Staff '35, History Debate Club 35 I Honor Junior Music Club '33, '3 Orchestra '34, Baseball '3 History Debate Club '35. .s. "Better to be s Glee Club '33, '34, '35, PORT H Z6 BOZEMAN mall and shine cast a shadow." Boys' Literary Cl 4. ' 2: b '35 fl '35 4. '35 u 35, Les Vimrt Cin Chorus '32, '33, '3 ,:1i'1?1.fFi?33-.,. --,L'4Ie'E':'?2eE-14.- E-:'.,j.-ig:',I-1,,.'1Aff-QQ, Eff-fi 5: IQ j.1",7.',-3:11 1 ' fi.:---:::::-." V 2'- .ff W' Tu- fI:ii:.::51ff' f:f-tiff: .z1" ' 15" N? "ffm 1,',.'. 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"fl-1 i 'B' l 5 i PASSPORT Euwzpimufjj P A S S p!.QLtAq1,fL01L, FRANCES H EU LALIA EVELYN BRITT NFor her, patience has a real reward." f'Her modesty is a c Entered '35, Authors' Entered '34, Tree Climbers '34, Fideles '34, Presi- S. Club '35. dent Authors' Hour Les Vingt Cinq '35. '35, Lawyerettes '35: Vice Pres. .w .s .f A , I' 3.11.2 4 4 . " " 'fsfbg' 4 EJ!'5.1'.'.',ir?f5.f3.w , Qi3f5f':.',1:?5f1"3.e Q 'L I5-1-7'--'--f1!1,-Wit' "5 ' ILTT-'-.,-T A f'fi'+- ::::f,571r::::.-'r.f-T-fl: --'IFES'-" ' 'Y' -TJ" PORT A BROOKS andle to her merit." our '35, President S .O. ' v1 ' aj," f '-:ss - -',Qi '19 -.f '?- '-."-' 1' -' "ff "."-X fwmy 1.4.3. 4' if 'wig .-..rF,.9,5,,1fJ, S1--T-,-A rg'-x XX' -' if--R'-, fri'-1'-'.','1-' V1-v 3-':' 2-1-'-4 J' ',L.'.-. -.2 .Y-, Q-':' '--Ns 1 ' ',H'--.- 'S-2+ ' 551,35 4-u.':,: '--. 1" ' yy ' ,F:'l,:'1 4u":,3 '--Q3-' -,Q l 2 G51-'Q' 342-'f . . .1 '-?'?1'i V'-'I-if '-2 1" ni Ea Fifi :""F::r ii APN' If Fig! fl"R'f""c::r ii 'Pwr' 1 ' fs' 53:7 "1-. P ' ' ff' 42:7 "'-' r '-.f.f,,,::i..,, :: .:,'. ka '-.J+.',,.,:9.. , :: 5:-.lk 3'-:.'i1y7,, 555235 11:1-jg 1-2. '1151?,, ,kgZ'i.Se:u3 I::g.fg' .alizcfzfgfiisi--ii' i: ,lr .zfiiffcfgfl-AWS' :: fr A-Fr-4' .'5.2ir"' Ur:-,'A' 6-Fr-1' Jllirr' fr, g,'uLl.' :lv ',Q'.k..'111' 01411: 15,1 '.j'.k.",'p ll I' 1,1 -:IRA I 3 I, '50 -Lifts , -6 -. f K - F -. - ', f 52.2-.5 ,.,:,-,gy mafgrfzfh of edrfl' rr El EW:-.5 , ,.1,.-,W Mafqrpzfyh gfbeargf ,. ,3 ,.,-U A ANN , ' 'YY YY VY YY YY Y YY YY Yi Y A 9 V. YY YY VA V 'ay 7 xl ,vnu If AYAA AlI4AA, xWA 'HVAAVI 'gg Wgf .. wr' P 1 We THRO TEESKA PASSPORT .9iuvwp6cwz,ojL5.cwz,0L.J w l i ELLA RUST BROWN "She follows a. strange thought." President Literary Guild '35, Tree 'Climbers '34, Quaestor Inter Nos '35, Lawyerettes '34, '35, Annual Staff '35, A ..,..i:,2'3.'fu1.'gk.. Q ati'-. 3151.-.-,Q ,- . -ff, ?',',li::: " l" 'f N Q1 55' ., I .-1 . h l fE'1'uf? . J. ,.. ,gr . 9 1. S.. 1 -.5 Y r In ' ". s N f '11 ,-:pg--0-i.-,'1.-. M -I "aw -',',. PASSPORT .91 ' ' u UML! THOMAS GORDON BROWNING "In statue small, but 'every bit a man withal." Honor Society '34, '35, Les Vingt Cinq '35, Boys' Literary Club '35, Secretary Class V34. H ,Z'.-x.- -,Cv-'L 4- . , .-- --.44 , m. 11:-..'.,,.Q ,-I r-QQ... 5'-5 ' I-::::::::'Qj' 251.1753 defy 'mu 4.-.,.,,x. 1, . '.:!'K?v . v 1 . 'kv '41 X2 1: -.32 11,43 fi.: Axgy, -I use 5,- .,.,, .5 4-ul A 1 Y' v 1 if ie:,2ff3f' 212232, iiL'?2?'if 22:221 A .45 71.7, 'ylgfi-xi-1' 55 'y rg,-, '-J jifffign' :rn-': . .z75?f2?iI'3iwY3I'i'f ,fff.fJr LLQH6253Q?'f3i1ii'J' iififl' "1z1i'm"2ff' .i'm-.1121-ff' fr lf,,I,- J, ,jf -,WJ 4,1j1.' 1,1 4'-',.,','p , t ea 4-,f--aff' ' "- --' 1'..t-fr 1 eff'-1 5.--g-gat' p50f50fflfYfL 01' BMFKI' LF isle-15 ,,,.4.:,:-,,g- Mazfgrafalz 0fBeare1' . . .... ., ,,A rr - '35 , PASSPORT .z9muu4eL6Lwu0li,.5.caJL0L.z MARY FLORENCE CANNON "Best goods come in small packages." Glee Club '34, '35, Junior Music Club '32, '33, '34, N. R. A. Club '34, Annual Staff '35, Caper Club '33, Home Ec. Club '32, Honor Society '33, '34, Authors' Hour '35, Secretary Glee Club '35, Law- yerettes '34, '35, Basketball Cheer Leader '35, B . 1-gh' X 'J ,I---,1 asketball 133, '34. . xfkfgjla 2?-:ff---fiv . PASSPORT MILLIE L. CANNON V "Look for the best in everything And think the best of everyone." Modern History Club '31, Caper Club '33, Home Ec. Club i32: S. O. S. Club '35, N. R. A. Club '34, 45 Minutes with Modern Writers '35, .. .. .. . .,g,Q-?,i':!':!E1f3u'1,- 1 - .-' ., it Z: 4',-.'f.,- .-' F."...-'I .3 -' ,....,r. .. T-.EIS l " A' 'Qu T'-:1f:::::::l-'f'if-til' j..g:..jiTN - .Q-s.,:,., 4.5.--'imqu -.::..:N:,:,,jlf'Ql ' .au ,.-'wr-1-3-.1f. ' .-in ..-"-rg-3-:fy f ,Sq li '-:'.5'-Y,:?::1"Q. Af Q .Sf ll '-:'. 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'fp' " --1 .lu f ' ft fb .4 rv f ' ft fb gag-1' ,591--:-,gi 0 gulf 0 edfff E-. gfk-1' .'-:-,y,i' 10 Qffllff 0 Edftl' H- ..,- J., ,., NH ...X ,L ,.,,, A A A A A A 0 ,xl ,1 H v If . 27 YY YY VY VY YAY YAY YY YAY v l xW! vAv vtv vi vly vAv vnv ny vly YA 746 THRU NAT EESKA PASSPORT .9f"u We EMERY CARTER "You must travel far before you'll find As fine a boy in heart and mind." , A- '2g'fx'.'u1" -1 'E ',1 12117: 51143, 1 . PASSPORT ELIZABETH EMOGENE CHESTER "She is pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, and pleasant to think of." Entered '35: Business Science Club '35: Literary V Guild '35. , f- '3.'fx.u' " 4 ,.,,.u---U, 44,4 K-, v.j,:1!'..'-,fi5,-JS... gf-g'Q'z1::'.ffI'g-71:14 -'.- ,--------," vgl, Xi' r, 1 -"' " " 1,'-' ,, SCS' g,:1i"'1,E""-P::,' :"',1'3'f., T f-:1f::E::ff::.'f'v'.--bfi. 1" 'vw ...:v.S.1-P-'A+' .sn if'-.,":'i?Ti-1411"-T331 " mr ff- ."1-'a'd:?.1f.fTl- -W' '-slS'.'..w--.'--'..-. v gt--A -'-A.'.,2-'H---.-1'-'.+ 'HW 'A' . 15" '-'-1.-'xfv 'i llff 25441 N1 n 'A-'W' ' 1 Q5-111' 7 '7'.'v' 'v --". ' 'Wifi' y-,gnu I '. .,..wh.5,.'. "' r -V. 4 3- -2-' ' X' - y, 1, v A-. --I-Fr. .. -w- w, ff .-sq. J- .n 1, . ,I ',f7f'v,.f 4. L-..7 -I ...P 15, 1, ?3,f,g she-' gg., .. pw ' .'Z '. 231,74 157, 1' ' 11-" 42:3 ' "'- r 77331.55 li"'7gr??'- :AQ-T --' . A 52.65133 'NES-Q", flfnfk' 213735 '?i'4"Xs'9T' :If K , ,.-, U.,-.5-4 ,, - . , ,V 4,,g,,, !.vqS.s,f ..,,,.A ,z.,',-f-ez , J,,,,.T 1. .'?-'I "4- U-s'-5-rv :,,' 1 A ,,1,y.':,1 .yK.,','p ivgnfjq, .Af-r ,yimkla v u , .'f'.',. , fl-1, f,.-,1 -ms -1, t..,' M f hi H ,, J, , wk, 7 - - I A- se. -1 Q-- zfk-T ..,:g11-1,54 0 qfflff 0 WUI' rr ., wie? , ,.Q,-4g- Mafgfm IL ofBearer - A, . , A 'aku 0 Ju, , -5.14 'J' i I ni PASSPORT Hfwwqztmuvfj CURTIS CLINE "Knowledge comes to those who earn it." Honor Society '34, '35 Fideles '34, '35: Annual '35g Boys Literary Club , .. .. . . -',C-'ft':!':55'3n1,- I .-- ,. f. .. -.. -qs '-' .- .. -. 4 .- A,-3 . 3 Herald Column '34, '35: Staff '35: Les Vingt Cinq '35. PASSPORT HARVEY COHEN 5 Ulntellect and Honor claim him for their own." Baseball '32: Football '34, '35: Honor Society '33, '35: Swimming '34, '35: Vice President Honor ' '34, Society '35: Herald Column '35: Boys' Literary Club '35: Student Council '33g Secretary and Press Re- '34: History porter '35, Secretary-Treasurer Fideles Debate Club '35g Les Vinzt Cinq '35g Annual Staff '35, Honor Roll '32, '33, '34, '35. I-,g1..'fu"u1.3,,. 4: 4 Q ?.....,::::::::j1j af. ,fifb Q ni" rf? '-2,-, 5. .- x N ,.11" . 9' 'fig l.-.,:g.5.2.'S1 ' w H '-2-we-:rx-xr:Q-'.,:F' ,ww AW, K s1n.,.,.,,,iY, -ua . 5:1151-',F fifil' " 'S "5" 6' Q+g,gu'!'S'-'J-'L-.,lifplla' ' 9,314 -- - P., . w. J f -' F :-- '- ... A , , A -' --- P- .-. 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Club '34: Annual Staff '35: Secretary Junior Music Club '35, Les Vingt Cinq '35: All State Chorus 734: Authors' Hour Club 735: Press ReD0l't9l' l Junior Music Club '34Z ' Librarian Glee Club f '34g Chorus '32, '33, '34, '34: Student Coun- cil '35. ,, i-lg?-tfu1,gl. , :eff-:'a':5'.1ffz--fra.. 4- - -- z.. .-..f 'R+- f-,- ' ',....-- " v 31 '. is . ,.::...:...:::,s 1 -dr, 47" xi- '-."-'CQ' ' 'NJA' I,-.JS-3,Q,1Q41 xg.. -,ul ,-rpglg'-i.:,'5.'l3fv QW1'--I-1 u ', . -3. n,-' N-, -, .ll '5 411 U, w v. ," - l S:3yf,:",-.-ig'-,f -.-.szprlr I '..'-'kin "r 'ni 1. 54 65,5 "2 2:15:11 1: .-'31-, . -. 6 jI:--,, .5 'J' , L1g,5g,::gf:oqY.gr : - li PASSPORT JAMES E. COOK "James is himself-what more can we say ?" Glee Club '34, '35: Treasurer Glee Club '35: Basketball '35: Boys' Literary Club '35: All State Chorus '34g History Debate Club '35g Operetta '34. , .s ,fn .,g,C-f'1':!':.fEf3g'L- , ---' . :1 :: A 3-Sv v 4,-. ,....,,:.U..'. 5-.a ' v',::-fl.. - ,gc---'z"---::. 4-' 'my . -.-A--,'-I-.1-. 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Junior Music Club '33: Baseball '32g Tennis '34, '35g Annual Staff '35: Boys' Literary Club '35g History Debate Club '35: Herald Column '35. 4,2151-ff-2':eE-S11.g,. .,g,aie'?:-21213-1.3,, 1-:'?:-.21 :f.:A:.1.e ,Air-Q11 1-rw.,-Q :1 :-.1-1..-1 Hfyfll .-.- ,,-..--,"v -1 x 4 .-.- -.----.-"v - '. Q . ,,g:.--5----:gt 'v .'-xv ,,.f M -:. ., ,.. Q, , ..' '1-hy ,-.pg--.5,v+1 ' 'N-ff .-.pg .312f-:-..:g1.:ivF51xIf"'" '-f-..'g1:ivfi'1frf."-"' :'3,'.'3 s if-1 v. c,fYl'if"L 133.11 s ff-kv. 4 fu' .21 - Y, 7 , P'-' , t 4 ,' .."' 1, ' .."'u..'. ,r'- hi, 1 n 4,9-.Fxny--L1 ay- ..1, Q 1 'fffv-5.7"-'21 u f?15fw',X:,::Ef5':f aaalai, , , -. Q ,. .., ,--'.. 1 -' 71' -. 'Q -fffsigb H"-I 1-2 155114 gf'-x n. . :'- l '-2, figw, .QQ -3- . .a11fafzQgf1G,ES"?55"'a ji rj. , A .ilffiigflgni-5,-'ii' . , i farm- Jian' ,fffmr 1,-frm-. hw 4,14lI.' :,1 4.1-.,ft' , cf14,'- 17' 'LQ-, ft' 11 J. ,, ,.,w,vM 2 h N E ,f , ,.,'f'rp 1 , gsfezg q.:.:,4y Zdfqgfdf 0 earer 4 ga-ff-.5 ,,c-::rf,4'g- lofgm h ofbezzrer .sux q A'5l4'3A IEJAA - .sa A-43,3 .wild H' 1 x A ' YYYYVYYYYYY Yvvvv-fx "Ml ' v v v v v vv y A A A A A A A AY A A A AY A A A' MWA '17 AY V Y Y V YAYYA 151- "nt We THRO NAT EESKA MARGARET CULBRETH ASSPORT 4 PASSPORT .9 .291 JOHN C ARLES CRIPPS made him what he iS. sich anither." "For nature And ne'e1' '34, '35, Boys' Literary Club Glee Club '32, '33, '34, '35: All State Chorus '34, : Chorus '32, '33. '35 '35: Junior Music Club '33, '34, '35. A n 1jC'x'.'y' 4 4 -,wi-----ffgfu' , ..- -.-Q , , -- - . -sei, 72. ' ' ,..-.- " v -4 -. QQ N., ,..., -., .,. ,. . ,:.-- 4 --Q. ,ww Q.- V. ,,. ....,1. H.. .N "I" Y- V 4-.,.s. M5041 avian .1 . 'ao in f,f.w.i-rv ..:F' QQ., --1.-1. ,. .Y-, '.,.lu,55 44115 1 -'. f-"4 Q 6 .xv:'6,' y.,-155.5 -99.13, s 4 s . H ' ,, 1. , 11, ,,1 gf- --4-if -V., . . I, ,yin ,. '31-:ru 1: 1 yn, '-.9-jf-:rza -- "There is nothing so queenly as kindness And nothing so royal as truth." Student Representative '32, Caper Club '33 Junior Music Club '32, '33, '34: Political Science Club '34 Tree Climbers '34: Literary Guild '35. ynva ,gi-f,-!'g!'g!ii'f'5.-31, E r A A' '45 ..-- , 1:35.5- T'-ilf f:::::::g3" V'J::"?'1' .1-' 5-1: Q- .ff u an .. ,. ,, , - ... .I-,, yr., ... Riu- -5 I.?.'-- P . ,L-1.1 4, ,-I .Y - .ww piggy . sag. v 4 .,. Q ,,."- ,IJ ,Vx ., 3-Eg. 'e tiff- '32 '-"'nr:r iitvlp 4, ' 111' 42217 gli.-. 9 . 1- .. ."'PQ,--MQ 171,51 4 1 A . 1 ,- ,. . ei.--.,, ..::Jil . ., ,,,-.--,, 'v I' J' 31' 115' IQIQ. l"'4 "' if ' 'i'."l4,'i" - C, -'efiflfff' p50f'Z5"m!'h 'MMU H' ,ff.fQ?i5i3ft pfafgfflffft gfgfmf' 1 E -' PASSPORT HARRY DAVIS "Speech is great, but silence is greater." Baseball '33, 734: Basketball '34, '351 FOOUJHU '33, '34, '35g Track '34, '35, Annual Staff f34: Block A Club 854: Boys' Literary Club '35: History Debate Club '35, Hi Y '34, President Student Council '35. . .. ,. . s ,. -,.,,,,M-n 4 .us-f...--., 'up --.. 1. 'T-.v .------- ' an , ,,:g,..Z .... 5:5 v ,I-.-A.. 6' ,my N:,Q-,-'-R+' ' um, .-,,.f,,,f,-,ve 1 .I 4 in 4'-i in .J pn-1 A 5. Nw -.,,'.', r 'cult 'A ' '., -- --su ,.-,.-.,- N-, "lil, W 41410, 1 .- f-" -,y,.,:.',.J4u, 1 -5 VL-X, c- ,- , ,- . s 1 ' ' ' PASSPORT gl . , Z! if A LENA MYRTICE UAV IS "I'll be merry, I'll be free? I'll be sad for nobody." Literary Guild '35, Entered '35. . --,L-tt':2':5f U49 311 . i2?i:':Q',.5'2'rf'3q ' -f v ic-. +- 3.11---'j,:"--2::, ' X1-Q -.: ' - f ' 'gig . ...e .wg-, 1 .. .1 .. 4. Hqll 1 uL',"' . . .-.. -,.,,v,,:a1,p,.x,f,.y1,' , A 'tlvif :s af 4 U an . 3.53.-. 1 - - . -. ..--Y X Mn 2 Hifi!! .A P,-If l K, '55-,,'f'3' 13,ZE5Q5::' Qiiagl -f15531f,:ss3sfff aa giiagl gf- reg 4 "J i-::PfE:4:, ::':-': . ,ff mp. "J ::':-': , "'51zgf:Q- '721"ifi2f' ::.'ff', "ZZv:g3f'- -fff'N'41f' ::."if'. -- . ffw-'sf' 'I'-Q-ty' I ffw-'.if' "'-1-Mg' , 1' . --Z' ' -, fa" ' , ,, ,:.?.,.,5- Dbafggrafnft of5earer E, , 5.11-,,y pA0fl?l7lffL 01' Benq 0 - r" f' . ,r 1 ' YYYYVYYYVYW Yvvvvfx "H v, If W Y YY Y YAY YA V. V. AY .Y AYAAAAAAVAAA' xnnl VV' lil -H 1 -X We THRU AT EESKA PASSPORT PASSPORT .,g, D nf 6,L0!LUI..J .Qurfagafiovu E , ANTOINETTE ELIZABETH DEAL l NANCY DEMAREE "Life is a joke. and all things show it, .- ' 1 "A pleasing maid of modest character. ' I thoughtrso Once, and now I know iw, -f - . ' - . B .k tb ll '32, '33, '34, '35, S t -'T s H5rg2tEggn0?3igCElu?,lllg273,435 ali? RGHE? Athileltig Association '35, Lawyereslgs 2331, 'ggafuml ,34 ' ' ' ' ' ' Association Basketball '34, Annual Staff '35Z Track ' '33, '34, '35, Class Cheer Leader '33, '34, '35. 1 i ,, .. .. . ,, ,, .-,:i:?fl,ff13??:3-:,. . -,C-Q1-?:-,112-14. 2"'v 111:25-1. A .-'F-I"1- 'ff-"I 11 I: Z',-53,-v r 1- - ,.,, ,N , f,.yh,,..1-,,11:vf'-xi-1' , .- ,,..:-..., ,yr ,Q -,ga---2"---::. "A+- ' 'W' .-'Av-2,'.'hf 1" .Hy ,Q-151'-"-'-Q, . , ,, .,,,. 41511, -1,..,,w:-Q. 1., ,,.. , .., ., . 1.".'3-'- W. tsiiufvlz. GW aSj3f,f-',i':,"1,o,' 7 ' ' Yr fjh'lil,l5 iu1':1 5 'Q-.'?-"',x,', 4 . . I . ,' A - Y-1 0. ,,,,1i',s,iY1:::'F-N 11 my j 'R -'?,g.',,,v -A 1. .W L51-nv., . L-.. -.1 .. ,v .V-, rf 55,5 ia-5-.1-5:11,-:,.h' E,-135 " "' 4 5-gg 'J' 4' 02:1 ' ::2,-If , 1 ,rf fi 1 -. --. - .- . -.1 swf:--.., .. .f. '-:A fijflf, .ww ir' , 1, -f',f- 1 ,,-,2'ffq3--':-'.'- A l .ilffffvfiswi-1-i'P :::,.-.lr ' '?fQ"i'-1-f' 2 'L ' , . - -, . s ,U Musik: .k I ,47-md 115.1 ,. gnu ,An f.,. ,.,ggiN,:,, i. Ui. 14.1, ' : .Mr N - .. . J lfiffrk, 'Q 'Mir ,':,,',kn 0.41. F il.:-QQ M t I lL 4447,-5,1 '9f,,!,1,'p. :-we-:1 :':,.q-'fe 0 gm afBearef E+- -11 av--"" M g " jL fg 5' " A 5 Mx- 'J' ?auE.:,f .Q..:.-,if 0 egfll 0 KEIZI' - - I -,-. .- ,- .g.',.- .I ,J i 1' Y' PASSPORT PASSPORT .6?mcfufu5L01uvlL.5 Huvaapimunfb POLLY DU VERNET "If thou desire to be wise DENNIS FREEMAN Be so wise as to hold thy tongue." Honor Society Y33. '31, '35, Honor Roll '32, '33, '34, HM V bl .H '35, President Honor Society '35, Lawyerettes '34, Bay is nevelhgtum 9 tl ye U '35, President Tree Climbers '34, Secretary Literary rea your S ms on a heap of glory' Guild '35, Athletic Association '34, '35, Press Re- porter 'Athletic Association '35, Herald Column '34, '35, Junior Senior Debate '34, Basketball '32, '33, 1 Annual Staff '35, Les Vingt cinq fss. Y . , , E 1 . --,f-Ee:2':re2-1-:.- . .-,:-12-Z:-1:4-1.4 . J,.-- ,. Y. --. -an ,L ,.--7 , 5-., 44 , f V A -. 1 .,.,-,h-..-,,-.3-,, -- v -, ',,',.'. ., A ,-jk y. , .n ., ., vga v'-' ..--2----," v :L xi,- . . , -1.1:--jr, ---.::, . - , Q ..: sc. X v ' " '17 rnfi-9.2, Q41 Y .fan-.. qg., 1 1'-'J 2 f 'A 12:-'-. rf ' v. 1' f.'li?71:-I-5' Tv! ',.,, .5 an U, .-. ,-" -,EBI 55 4,1 uf, -,sy-. v -'hi' y1J"'1 I X' "1 -Vffi' - in J -'- ---'Ys J J-En'-1 . .e- .' -- . - cf. Y -1.2.1 511 wi """e'-r liiifir' 51:3 """9'--"'E- I Nl hfili' ,I . , .f A -. -- 6. , ,. ' -M -: .19 E'-7fT5,v"-fy?" , , L 'mf' ,figfiifzff :!':1lk' f- ,aZ'iY'1-" 51:15 ':'ff', .J7f"-Ir",-'-Z' I rgfffiggffihaibr li ,,1,:Z11QgffSii'Ei5""' :j:'E,ff- ' 'Jfb' , 'f"1""' f'v'1' :' ' -WUI' , 'r . ' I' f U n iv' 1 Se .-,, .xii-,QA hi 5 C, ,4,.,,,,4- , A, ENE., A Mafgraff 0 earer gale-.4 ,, ,.,-,,g- Mafgrzz 0 earer Y J- .fu -L-,141 "-- ,L .3A.3,y, rr nt Nl rf -A Y if QY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YA!! xY.v YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY vny xy ny yd JJ'-'ft':!':EE2'?"2gt, IE 4. Q- -u We THRO NAT EESKA In . . PASSPORT l PASSPORT 19' 1,76 .9 1117, ELEANOR GARRETT "Still waters run deep." Tree Climbers Science Club '35g Dramatic Club '35. 4. -:.","k' A -- If :.:.."-l'- nf'---1, .r "eu- . BILLY GEORGE Ulf worry were the cause of death He would live forever." '34, Literary Guild '35: Business Football '35g Basketball ,345 History Debate Club ' '35, Track '34. 0 n' .,,L'5,1'.x.lzL'jk-L. -. ,,...::...," nj. 1' -,g:----4 '---:,, '- -N1-v -' Qi X' " ' 'Em' ,-'-ff9.f.--EFS' N it-as ..,, f. Scifr-fL'.:evra-1:re'z-rr: . .M W, :Annum 11.1.8 ..4,,v-:,:,, W, ,QP xt...-Q.. wr 1 JIQHI6' K9-2-' ." '-v"'-1. 4 c3'?nfff'v'.1"Y',- -'.'11- ' rg gt" E 'ju-:.::i'F::! -:E pak- y, g.. q'5.Nj4fff,'E:- 'tf,,1V'- 9 715 '- 4 f'--7 --'ww' , Q'-r,?""' ,I cfm: J 'V' iff .- ,, -.' Q .::::---. --.-.- . -. , M ,::--,, 7. '21, J, 'y,,y, ',t1f51i':f"' If :'. lk' fn Wg. '1 ,,f,2'1r.1s-D -.Lf I 0 ZQ,:gf?z4cQx"2,fi"" :,-43: 4 - Lggigk- ,?5,i"ig-rr' ::,'-::l, Lfivrlw lhTf'r" .'-,:.:,- 1,-1-wedge-:Sf-v -wi, i7.','E'i M' .y'1:,-,- f1'17r:', Mr' -z-JPL", H K' "9 "M" Maia 'm IL fBe1zrer pw ' iyxm V " -A -H ' a 1 IL fb eff-, , ggggg. 5 If 0 J' Q., gale-.1 I !1..g.5,9,1' zafgfraff 0 earez' J,- A ' ,Z 1.1.4.- 1 PASSPORT PASSPQRT LYDA GIBSON ". . . Young, strong, healthy, and in love." VIRGINIA GIDDENS independent, free, "As merry as the day is long," Glee Club '34, '35: Class Cheer Leader '31: Chorus '31, '33, '34, '35: Presidfnt Junior Music Club 735: Senior Play '35g Authors Hour Club '35: All State Chorus '35: N. R. A. Club '34g Basketball '31: Play Day '31: Annual Staff '35, "'.-.'1!'.I'.,,- F-. 4 Current Event Club '32: Caper Club '33: Authors' Hour '34, Literary Guild '35, Home Ec. Club 'I-52, 734. E 1 I ,. ff 1- A 5 pj-y.e': ?':E'.'5fe1.+ . .-5 . 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"The CUPS .f0l'.tl19 W0Q'ld'S ldisf-T653 Is found in simple friendliness." Home Ec. Club '32: Chorus '32, '34: .Junior Music Cl b '35, T Cl' b '34, A th ' H '35, u ree lm ers u Drs our Entered '35: Glee Club: Junior Music Club '35: Literary Guild '35. 4' ' I ' ,. 1m.,,'.g.-u , ,, .S nxnkn ,, "gd--fL-.....,j44,4 .- nf:-5-.444 A fi,.- .. .. A-2.5.-36 :,!',:- -., QQ, v" I 5f'1T'.-'-..'-..' 'u M" oi: if:'1"w "T-34" 7'-5 if:5:::::-.'1 "Ji ,ltlzd 'Jul' 'fll-'--lQ1fAlfy,'-'f1- 215' ff "QP,-. 1- 2-12':"'?""::P:.' 2-Y' 'fin' if ,..:1S:il:1-FJ, K:---.2 1 v-on-.'z-' -Y' .1-2: .1 .. 1515! -ig-'-1 25.22 -. '-1-. M: Ln? 2 5 'J'-:-.'-' n-inf, Af.,-.ul -1. mann if.-,L ,ug-'g 55 W, .52 -,yy .Y . Jbjm, y-3 2.4! ul.,-I V-59:17. ,,a4qA : ...UP-I ,, 5' 1'9g3 l'l's':-"'er:r'iil1'1vis' 'i'h'5'z7'f3:-"i-. li'-'alt' 4'-Q5 '11 ,ef,'fffZ,,,, Elinlln' 3 if-r,'E"':' ,,?',L::g5"' li cf-IR, .',, 45,55 f,:gf,S-li--' 5- ,. gl' Q' u jfffigzu, 55-gf: , Lfkfzffgfzaqmabf : if :y ' ,sleigh ,fggiia-f .:.'n fl. T ::,,.L'ff. ng,-rv :,,: : A a,.b..Cjg '.,.3,, In -...ff j1.,'fflY' 7 -P" 'Z':j,'f. z,'77'f"1' . 'har' '-'fr-gh' 1 1 1 ' , ' I 1 I 'I - ' 3 ' ' v' . ', "Tr 1 0141" .7 ' -1"'f'Q 5+ -1-1 cw- fb - P. Q--"1 p " A ,rg 155k-T 14:1 Q.: 71? 0 fdfef rr in iaugt? it t-::A,'it. Aafgl-af 0 ed!-et V F f. , .-. ,-'A tux o J., ,ha tl PASSPORT PASSPORT Bfumqaimuniib Buuupfmuafb WILLIAM BANKS HALEY LAWRENCE HANCOCK "A good face is a letter of recommendation, HA L f And a good heart, a bill of credit." eng ellow' but H015 H DOH-" Honor Society '33, '34, '35, Treasurer Honor So- ciety '35: Football '33, '34, '35: Boys Literary Club '35g Dramatic Club '32. I A 5 ..,L'iZu'f A it--'I if :: 2---ws.. Y 2-3-xg. -,, .- Af mv -, ',4...- .- .V -,U 'w'! N ,.."o. 1,7 R 4, ': "" '1'f1'f.K ' 011 . "- .-1. .5513 '-.-,-,I Zwsfr.-. fp .iff if " -if ifaun-,-. Q .EQ -iw: 151-L'--ga'-:-.-5--'-g -X.. 1-.l.?.'.-g:'-:-.-i--'- ' . cbimf' 24.55-,f '-5,-.Pkg f'-1,551.1 -5,-.ff-Q 24 ::9q:Qi'i23:::2::, E2 gvh-1 24 -.91::Q7'i':3::1'F::, 1321331-, -.,J+.f,Z55?5..,::j:3!k. ' " ' ' J., .41"'-I," Z1:'.' '.f wx, .1-1 -1. ' ,',f, ,5qrggg,?QZ:?.:gQE:--" 1, 45, if- 'ikzzzfgzfsgoiz-f :ir I-, if 2 15255,-v 'i,l:,!:'v-A F llgghrv 'i'r4,,:'iaiy wr .r ' -rf: - 'uf .r " -R'-1 s -1' uit--Z"' ' e .12 . x--1'1" I B QMS'-1 '-'-"5'l'7f' mafgrafm ofbmfff rr ?2"f'-1' 1.-wt' mvfqrafla of earn' F,- - --. -1-, -up - '-. .-a- -ar --fu rs. xi ,1 H v If Z7 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'AC x'I 'I 'I 'I 'AY V1 v1 viv YAY vi 'Q We THRO NAT EESKA .:! PASSPORT PASSPORT ,pf ' ' 1, PAULINE HARRIS "What should a girl be but cheery 5" Authors' Hour '35, Home Ec. Club '33: Civics Club '32: Tree Climbers '34, h ,- -3.2'x.u 4 4 -4 f5.:-::1:?f.eS.- gf, 5. gg? " " A --'Q' A . . . . .- ,.:: 35" F' . W.. '1- :gf 1,w,3gt9.1 +1 01' .4 L.-9 - C+ , 4 --au ,. -,. , 'qllvl " 44144, I -'. 1 u '.1v.',:",..,w.: 1 . J. ... .M - nf- .K lg, ,,,. 'Q e.Q.if..:,,r'x an 1,75 'Q9 "5f'v-Y' '4:':-FT' 111' :lb 1 - -- 4.fY,g:, w -.a .. 1 , a:kQr:r' '- --"l 8 A,,,,5-V sv -..-, gg 4,551 QZf1QE'S..b,r fig: ...Al grrfff . new .115 iffy. . tqfggi l7hafQ'rafvlL ofbearez' l ' PASSPORT Liieam ' D 17, Hmmm J LEONARD ROY HESTER "I c:zn't help feeling that my acts don't repre- sent me." - Baseball '31g Glass Baseball '32: Sandlot Baseball '32, Tennis '34, 735: Boys' Literary Club '35: Or- chestra '32, '33, '34, History Debate Club '35, 1, 1- 'g.x.X4' 4 .,,4.:f,-...-.,gfq:t, 1 N4l M J +1 -mfswrz-:x:f"."' uw: -:hun up -,i'., 1 Y, ' -.1 .54-ul ,M v. fl y. 'ami' y-,-Wh I '.','1-- ' 47 S3 -4-1 w -2- .' --1 .K ll, sm ' 1-Q-i,,1..,.'p-. 'l1..,, K9 G, l,sf,.,,, .,-.. --1 ...- - '-,f'.f,Q25:-..., " I'. ! , 4 1535.1 J' 5j,'.'.? .1 Qhfigii. ui, NV-. 54 ? A . H 256111 :1.P1r .bf . . , 1 .714 '-. ,4gf:ggZt,.. :t::3!k Ei- Wy 75 ::, 2 2' fgtgnff' mr, x,:- ... . - - L- ff, uv Q-S., uw.: ,gfuuaqdmu nf .5 ELLEN HENLEY "She is quiet in nature, yet sincere, Honest in her purpose, strong and clear." 1 ' l ..,4-.:Bf?:-25-5.1, It .--",, f?'-- '4r', ,-r A ., .- -. J' way ,.,,3,1.x..7,-31 Q11 in--.M-.-.fzf M 6.-H -,'-u' :"'x.'-'.- '-'XF fz:'A51',: 'if ,5f'fiiif",'- , pidllqlfltfh ofBearer J, l ' PASSPORT MARGUPIRITE HINSON "Happy am I, from care Pm free, Why f:an't they all be contented like me 7" Junior Music Club '32, '33, '34, Chorus '32, '33: Home Ec. Club '32, '33, '34, '35: Authors' Hour Club '34: Literary Guild '35: Junior Play '34g Political Science Club '33i A I. ..i3,',u'.xLj.4 A :.,l.... , -qi " +1 r 4-,, . "ll -'ls-as ,.-XL P, 'AIU 15 44115, 1 '--. Lf' ':v,-,:- vggq. I -1-. ,I 33 -:ui xi -y-,x 1 , , A, s gf M551 ,, -,,1j-cf, g,,.P.h , Q W . .X I -N x .r' 455235522 ,.. ., . ,.v'.rQL1Q'.' f1a5Tf'f'i5355f" ' 4,-1, :J I.: ',7'.":,,: I 'v 1' 0' 1,17 717' "yy . ' Pho !Qg'rafJlL of5ez1rer gil-2: Ajgfkggfggcf p40fg"rafJlL ofBearzr F,- I gr vlv wav wiv vAv vAv vtv vlv YAY v.-ff " " ' ixv v.v vAv vlv YAY 'Av 'AY vlv v.v vi Y We THRO NAT EE SKA 1i PASSPORT PASSPORT .,49Lmr"L,12f5 'u ,9' U?.5 ROBERT HOLMAN ALVA JOINER UHQ is full of life-" "A gentleman and a scholar." Glee Club '351 Chee' 'Leader '35.' Senior Play '35' Glee Club '35' Junior Music Club 135- chorus '35: Annuel Staff 1355 Chorus! v3ag Hlstory Debate Club History Debate Club 735: Boys Literary Club ,35' '35g Boys Literary Club 255. . .-,Daw-'fe-3':f1:.g,. .t.'-g'.- -- .,-Pg--qfgg, 1- - -- A 1 --,iq - V ,-. ,g.y.. '-:15"'Sw "":r-.': ':l"l. "-" 'fig 1.-.bk.5.2J-,vv 4 ... . n L.f,w-,- ,'-'- 9.1,-.Q .-35,1 lv, -A --no up -,. .,-Ax , I .54-uv ,- .-. 1 ,YA ,,-,,, , , , , ,A r .sh 'A 9 K-bf-v ,A K. --. --Y ..,P .K 2 '-.,',+.,f:ggZ :: xg: rf 'T-'ie 2114'- I- " 'fame' 4 4 l -34--fL':'..---f:'l4QA,A 4.1, F ' ::::- 1 V i'-:I-Hr' f. .. . - Q ' 'wily I,-H1519 '41 ...Q . , .. 1. ,',v,fgf4'v rig. ', 1 . l" Aw: :s 4...-U 4',g,.?"5.5..,1' , 1... ag!-,,. n. Q:1,5::1 gg yan, - . ll-fgggzgg, .aff-fb-qu-' 55,1 k .-5-093135 .wifi- ,A I- 0,1 'HA' :Ay .'A?,kA V , pain' :Al I - .j'.:'.:7, Aa A f Tifigkf' Pfffffffrrh Hfbfffff .f P'0ffzsf'ff'fff' 01' Beam - PAS .191 sPoR1' '-PASSPORT DAVID JONES EMMA JANE JONES "Gentle in manner, strong in performance U - - BI'ighieS'E end b9St-" 0. h 1. 133: B .1 L't Cl b 7353 H' t Junior Music Club '33, '34: Honor Society '33, '34, Ijebgieesgfjb ,351 Oy' lemy u 'sm' ,sac President Fideles ,sm Fideles '35, N. R. A. '34: Authors' Hour '35: Lawyerettes '35: Annual Staff '35: Honor Roll '32, '33, '34, '35g Les Vingt Cinq '35. -,ri'rlEafI3i?'33f:.- -,a'-:bF131i?'if3fx- L". S. ii .1 fr-ti' 2-"Lx " :xii .2 ff-34' 2-1''2:1.'..:L-fv..f-TZ. " ' ' 1 .-:S---v'---r:-jv .'--nw. , , v 1, v -x-fy .-.,:g.,,5..-,lv ' 'wdfy .'.,:g,,..2.3flf 241.-. -'AAAANN ' ,y., 26.1 A-',uAs.w. . -I, xy, ,- .-1. '.t-,gh U.-.x'q.', 5-.X .'.-.H-g., r 'nrv.', --.x Ax., --au ,. .., -F, xv, -'su , ' 3,51 95 5".','-2 clay' ' .551 .55 f",','1 . ., 4, ,: W-2-'.-' '-wi: 4: U.:-".-' xx 1-'ig ff lfgfg '-1-af--'-',:., ::'p1,' rg Q-gg Wa- '--1-'55, 1: -1,1 1' ' If-' 'Lizzy' ":.1n E ' "" 'arrzr' ":-'a '-.pLf,-f::g.. ::.:.'.k ".,ftf,-ff:5...- ::,:,-lk -3, ::g.' ' , -'. -- -I ' ' Lslgrrfigziuiwfbf :-:,- i Llifgfrzfgfzfas-"xfi""' K l1'ff"1'.ulid-'Y ,"-'ffrfl' r1'1"ff .U,Tw"' ,f2'fn,'A, A,1,1.'g'1 .,'.-,, fp l,-1, 1: :lf ,,1--,, ,A- "' Q '1""""mf ' fl fb "1 ' "rw ' -2 -, .'-I -2' , in ga.:-.1 .--1-gm' 0 Qfflf' 0 elif!! rf genre.: .--ff,ug- mfgfrafair 0f5earer H. --., 4.3. .3 .-,.,u - -., Ja. ,yr ,'.',, xl ,1 N v, if QY YAY YAY YAY VAY WAY YAV VAY YAY vAf' I 9 5 5 AWAY YAY YAY YAY 'AY YAY V-Y YY YAY , Inf -' 7642 THRO TEESKA N-1 PASSPORT PASSPORT .491 "L'0fb,lLll!L4VL.J .,p",Z4ULQLfL01U eff? WILLIAM JONES JACK KENNEDY "Jack of all trades." "Hang sorrow, care would kill a cat So therefore let's be merry." , --,gZu'fx'.'u2p 4 . ,- n . li,-.-,..---.-jfgfk, .W nJg.x.kg'fM-1 . --' . iii: fu '-- 1 ' 9'.--1',"':--- 4 4 L. , . .-Q Q . . . . -Q , ',,,... nv . ff A A-.Jw ,-.. ,,..---.. 'vga ui- 'F P-4-,... .--.A-..' xi' -,-1----:----:A w-l-.4-v .. .--- -."v:1Z-Q' ,gn pi- s:. -,,....,, . ,.g:---:----Jg. rf.-,yn qi. u ,. '-X' .2 X 'Q-. -A-1 ' Xififf- .A',-'Gi-12-flwv " 'Bal ,.-"PF-1-2545" .,,.',,rUavLx.,"ny, :gn-,A ,up-gx,. C1-v 'ww Rum a,. -,.l.,l-1-I , .lm-,..., , 14,59 U-'-,uf ..4,.4uv,x.., '. --au ,..,.,-, M .-, 1 . .nl , 11,1 - u -. ,-. --M, y-,9'h. ----v --f.5w1'4'-.f y 1 ds I.. .g. - ',- -". -',w- - . nu: '- L--'. -, H, ye X ,, ., ,K .f,y,7,., .,',. .ff gk: 7-Q.,-...-,rx ',2'p1k' , , 41 gh ,..'u+g, -Q-',. yu 1, 1V-, E -iw 'Q fffffffl- 121-1-r A lf liifft' EE-"E", ,' 'H ' ,z1::- QI' 2"'-1 4 '-. -. ':- "' -., xfffy, ',,g.Q-L! .::g..g' MF ,-7375, -J 35111,-fgr. g----Mk, Yfffff vw, s'1-F. -.. . I . 1.: "my ya'-X L3-r .I:'..l f.fZ.sffc'f 'SYS-"r" 'I-.wil 7fL'f,ff' 1Ff"'5s'1 'UI' 1 f I s- 'r 1, I S- fn, v.vPYJ,.1' 1 .nf I ,4:'y,,- U..-r , fn., 1.-.-M., ' .v. H. , 1., 5- .Mr ,Q-., .4.. ,I ny-,rw n,, , A 4,w.'..,f Q1-,lfr z,3.:'fj't: .Mr ,gn-xiii, ' 1 .. .nr 1 cf:-1. 'I-w -5 .34 '11-, +1 4, nf, ., -- .E-. ,. 4- Maia r iL fbefz e L . . Q-. ff Q 5 A ,rg Af T ,,.,.,, ,,,j4- ff 0 F f rr , ygkig , f.:.,-,gy za gm 0 earer . . , ., Llgfn IJ' i PASSPORT PASSPORT ,,9fuu,LfL6Lmz, ef EMMA! ,gioxmifwfmu 17g U HL 0. KINLCAID CHARLES KING "The wisest man the world e'e1' saw. "Little but loud " He dearly loves the lasses, oh?" . .. -' " " ' . --,C15-:'g!':E5?u'5,- . --,.-g:'g!':if2u1.- , s,.-- .. -. -...-v - - 1..,,.-... a,,s -ov' - .1- " :ply .,-N',,x+ ' 'PY ','yx.',fx+ X91 .1-'Z--'I'i313."f-'T-YZ' 211 .-'ini--zfffft 1- . -.-.,,'.,:+v1,x-,.n-' . -.-l.'4.f'1.-.-x- -jwfl 25 ou UI n '.-Q?" 'Q 'alll 25 on "I 1 X-,'1-' 'N J K""'35' ' ' .1 E'-Y-552.5 "5-FZ'-f ?9g:"7'i-f'31":::, .5 771' gi I1S2r4j'i'2'::1a::f '521vEu' '-Z.,+.f::5Z-., E:-: '-.JhfflZ5?5,..- ::3:1!k' -'. 'fiff' ' .4-'fif-I."' 1: Eu' 1'-2 ,:f'1Y'?-"' 5::'I' ' iX??:?Z1z?aSiYi5"' :.-:ja .a?c:?2QZffg-zKH'f,'?'f ' ,' ljijfzrfi- i U-j,j7,r' 1-:.':'rg,"A: fm' :nbxzfr-' ,f.':'ry,kA: 4,141.0 ,,,.'.,', EWG, ,1.,1.,,, I .--" I"'--"H , S nh 4' 'I' H-54' ' 5 , 55.2-:Q , .1.:-,gy Mafggraffh 0 earer 53.2.5 1 ,:,-,,g- Mnfgfnzfalz, of carer 0 ,.- .1 F,.',4.v ' fr llw- " ,- -5. f'.f',4-v ' rr xl ,v -A v If QV YAY vlv YAY YAY vtv YAY YAY YAY vf' xxv v.v vAv nv xy vi vnv vAy vi YA 0 1 tion '35, Annual Staff '35. 'J' 1-5' .qi if my il" I 1 We THRU NAT EESKA 3 PASSPORT PASSPORT .191 i'u17Q5 .671 "u0f.5 CHARLES KLEIN l JEANNE MARGARET KLEIN' "Life is too short for aught but high endeavor." usae true her heart, sae smooth her Speechlu Press RSDOTQF '3.12 Glee Club '321 N- R- A- Club Caper Club ,33: Junior Music Club '33, '34: N. R. '34, Junior Swimming Team '34: Authors' Hour '35. A. Club 134. Literary Guild r35: Sec. 8, Treash Busi- ness Science Club '35g Chorus '32, '33, '34, '35: Glee Club 735. ,. .- 'Bfs xl' 4 - 0 'fum' 4 .-1455?-,---ffflg. . -'s--'t.:.:-..g1..' , g.-', 5 2. -3 ,fi A'-. '40 92--'I -1 C3 ,,'--J".4,a , -A+' .-A ...g,,,'. .,.,-. A, 5'j,.,:::g::::gg,':-'I-..Tj.ff1, '-p. -.,--,-34-. v' " ' A' "'v:?z'O'f" 'CQ 7 mg.. ,',..,,...x. 'EM' ."--igv-1fx+' v .-.-,.-...A-x 4-.W .I .Q - M -.5 qu, .S .1 f':'i--'- LEE, Bala u'A,. ..:'l1,i"i I I . aizjaiaf' 5315:-1.9 '-:-5.11 .a'g2.if9lf3'i:5' l' :sei "Ti:-:::'c:.. Efgw . 595 M-.1-ir.-'g.., 'lx 1,42- 3.15 v'-..f.'f355Z-.., 1:35 ll' " ' 7"' 4' 4:17 ' -5 ' E'.:,5:11f2f, 5: ::- x' . ,',,,, E53 K Lilslffwsviiv' :f 1. .f?2??ffi2r'fiiYs' fur. fl- - l'2'i.'l"f 2 J-if' fZ':"f"AH zZ'7"r-2' .u'.Ti'F"" U15-fn' I buff' Q' 'i' 'fu' A 4,'rjl.'J ' -1' '.f'.'p A 'tg' A-ht.,3:A' I lvl! gf' A, 1. r'-Pork, 7 iii'-1' ,..:51-'isgijgf' mgfqrafh Uffffff rr F.. iii? .1-1:1-At' Mafqgrafh 0fBeare1' rr ' it-4' ' '31, - ja trfla - - li' PASSPORT PASSPORT .191 "u0iLj FRANCES KNIGHT EDNA EARLE LONG "To know her is to love her." "Quiet and sweet, little and neat, Entered -33- Play Day '33, '34g N. R. A. Club She Smiles to greet' Whom She may meet-" 'I-143 Winner of Tennis Tournament '34g Lawyerettes '34, '35, Tennis '33, '34, '35g Honor Society '35: Press Reporter Literary Guild '35g Athletic Associa- Q Authors, Hom' l34' ,355 Chorus '31' 32' ,33' '341 O. S. Club '35, Home Ee. Club '33. .Q .Q nk. A . .- ,. A f- .x. 4 1- ' .Lk " 4 I .v gl-A-A M4 q ,Q pl K1 iff.-11 ,, Ht:-.,f.4,s A 'Q-9' 'flu .-,a.... . I.,-.-4: ., I . . 'S . f,,.'Y Af -.-:A-,N-,ny-1 5A:Zif:Yf.ifi-lf' "if-.'.':i1,i:1:I.i-i'f'f?: ' , .l!.,15 au 'hy .- , ' .Ill -15 uw 15, 1 '.'.1f' gf , 3f?.alfff' v':2Z".' . 32,42-'ff' r-,su-,f v 4, 'JW W "" ' "- if '45 .Y 'YH' "T if fa vgqi '+'i:--1-ef.. W1 an-.' rye: 4 Q:--fe--, 51 .' f . .' -.. - .-. I . , .1 --. '- ... E,-YH,"-pkffissfg.. ::::51k' 7195 "-.4tffI:f?,...- :z-nik' .fn Agn., A:,!,.'--.1--P :. - 1 ' f..q.1.--+.:E,:. a .15r?1zi32?QuQ2?f j: .eiffiigfi-2l:S'Q3i"" 1: :j-. 6-iff:-Q' - uiir' ,g-'3 rr : Al' X affix' 2 Iliff' yr, ,I pai by!" L" , "' 'Dui , Q f'v'l' ii' p 'i' '1"'iA , e -1-1 JT- ' , .ie -af .Q--',' Q..-eq H g..:.li5,g- lhozfzgraffh 0fBearer If 1,5-is-.1 I q..,-,,5- Mafgrafh ofbezzrer --,L 4.9 .3 J --.A 4.3. .5 .g.',, r" xl ,4 H , 1, AY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAf' xYAv vAv vAv vAv vAy vAy vAy HY YAY yi 9 l AA, 'n'.'k11Aa A - 7642 THRU TEESKA PASSPORT MARVIN LORIG "There's mischief in the man!" Football '34, '35: Glee Club '34, '35, Vice Presi- dent Glee Club '35, Junior Music Club '35: Senior Play '35: Operetta '34: Chorus '34, '35. -,fs-1:-4-5---:i'3f'5,, PASSPORT .491 "zf0f.5 ELIZABETH LUCAS "True to herself, true to her friends, True 'to her work always." Honor Society '33, '34, '35: President '33: Presi- dent Girls' Athletic Association '35: Varsity Basket- ball '34, '35g Lawyerettes '35, Track '34, '35: Sec. Sz Treas. Les Vingt Cinq '35, Literary Guild '35: Secretary-Treasurer Tree Climbers '34, Glee Club '33, '34: Junior Music Club '33, '34: Treas. Junior Music Club 734: Chorus '32, '33, '34: Annual Staff '35, Home Ee. Club '32, Treas. Glee Club , .. '34: Honor Roll '32, '33, '34, '35. A . 1- --..".. im . 9' ,"':--. 41,1 . .::.1',q 17.30 ,,.-' A 11:3 -ffm -7,-4.-1 ' ' L'..:' -fv,1,'-fl. mf' -'gL.'1.1'1ft .n-fl. L ff"':::r-.' I-5'-if 7.3111:',I,?"'::f:s"':"' "31- fly ,-.I3j.1k,l,X-4, .fly Af'-1i,'f,2'.l, iii1-I'-,,"1'i?Ti'2-fi"-53' W-:-. fifa-Brifz-g'Ff.igfg :Ji '15 1i,:.::5 -.Q-.f,.',lY, 132, ,IE .-Q,-iii,-.Ivy r- ., 5- -'Anil y-,-1,Q- . .-,-51. v .M-if-.':f--Q-. 215.2 :E Wa-Q11-'If-'Q-. iw'- Vf'--' '4:::1"' LQ i 4 '-5'f'N--' +L:-,"' -1-' gk, 715 "'J"ff,f52:4:- :: '--fs'f:f?:g-1, E5 359, 1,, mkffx 'ff -. J.: ':jf,7,, ,s:3"1N'1-' -ir. g 5 ,, :gd-2535" ,'::,.-.,r . V L,Qfg::qf:qqQ,gi"" ::fj,iy 1 ,f+w"2ff' A' awed' -'Riff' -'ffm' . . . . Z1 Q' A 'JCQAQ A ! 1 "I-'1"0" A, ""1f','iA , ., E 4- p jL fj A., . I!! IL fb are-.7 . 5' 0 0 Nl 0 6dI'6l' r , -?.,z.5 ,,'1:.,','1- gg 0 rg 0 ggfgf . . 'Af J bw. 5 .-.f - - , A-A .- ui, ,. .5 .-,.,.. i PASSPORT ,yucmpfmuvfb DOLLY LUNDAY UA never failing power of being gay." Latin Club '33: Tree Climbers '34: Literary Guild 5: Home Ee. '32. K , S PASSPORT WALTER MANNING 'fLook upward, not d0WnWi1 backward: and lend a hand." 'Zu' x'.kL",,4 A A A .gil-?..g,.' A A ,'H1:2'--'--A-1,-1,f.:?.+:, f' . N --:::::::..N f-,..:.N', I " "Q-'.:,'-.--.fx-f M., -'-"' ri .--fy :i?' 'VA' 1"v-?.'.'-'PN' A - row J' "'7gI9'.f1' 34' SE? -:r-.-,-.14evzif:::Qf.,'.,.fw. , he'-fx'-'lija-,-:1:f.f.i9.-vw. Si:y6:f iv:-1712:-.',f '.:..',1: . A Hi, A A Q -7,73f:,' -A 5--'wg 9 . 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Lawyerettes '34, '35s Glee Club '34, '35s Tree Climbers '34: Authors' Hour '35: Student Council '33: Junior Music Club '32, '33, '34, '35s Chorus '32, '33, '34, '35, Vice ,lPresidcnt Glee Club '35: Home Ec. Club '32. V .,., V 4, 1-,g3.'h.'Iu'L,-3.4 4 ' sf H ,,,3-,4Z..'?s'?u'LL1. Ift?f-:2?':?'-?fi:'gf'-1'5.-, if-:'!'r1C'g'1"?7'Z-ffig, ,th-A-, V J:-::tQl' 'J-,,,1::E::,::55--if gsfpjzg 1-17:""-A "'?:.., 1,',.'. 1, l117"' rv? 'T-tg, 5.'.-'- 1-1 qrfu hge. 1.2:-J, .qi 'fly .-.J-1-5.2, ,H xgflifk ,':pg'i':i1:,'I-"f':1'1 k t xjfigki i:pgj:-i-:CY --w: -1- W 1x:'e:'-.-1--H ,- -:i 'fiifn ,JH 4':,1,':A2 -,'-, f",'.'f, Qgmi g . ' ,' LV ..5,4'31,':a: -,' , y- - . - -1,-, at-ff ' -' ' ' 1 .j':'Z'4'g'i+.'.:2f.-" QV- -5 Z 1W-5--Riff-"'. ,. '4 .,sq..,,, 1. 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Culld '35: Senior Play '35: Honor Society '33, '34, '35: Chorus '32, '33, '34, '35: Les Vingt Cinq '35, ,, .- '1,..s.n.p 4 .,,t:f,'...-..- "4-M' , '.-' X n .r rf., .-.- ,- .,.' , ,, , . J' H- N ,-.,I?- -.',,-+1 0.1 , , .,,.',J ,M -. iii!! '-I-1-'-15".' ' -,if .54-ul ,g -.f 4 J,-,fl ,.-7-gn . '.',-11. s . . gs .5157-,.1 Hziffrfr tl .v"'1l, . -',L'-f,1':Z':ff1'3r1- , . fy. if . -Q, , , r ' 4l'i J' ""'.' 14. gi -- '--, A,r:'i1"'A-X r,.'5"' mv: -.-i.-4. ' --A- ' .,-if .55 M "1 J ,.s,-,,f pages. :Z .,.. fg'G.4..u:jI.r an 1. EF. .,s9,,, u 43,5-:I -5 pm, ."i-1'9'l- i ' 4 " H' fe .UA 5 ' isle-.1 23525 Pfiafggrafvlt ofBearer H. 55.-E., --516.224 55 0 graph afBearer rr 4 I Z7 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'II A N W 1'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I YV 'I 'E K 4e THRO NAT EESKA PASSPORT ,H PASSPORT 49' 1,75 .9 uolL BARNEY MORGAN "Honor lies in honest toil." , . ,,a'i:'1:-:ti-3-1,31 , E -5 . zzz: A gs...- .1v,- :A . c e , , , 2-ms.. 6. ,.. .. f.: 'Cjf,', pf 'w'- N .wJs'. 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P. -.,-.,'.'- wr-.f, --:FQ Any , 'V' vm I v '-.-.1 .5 4-uw, 1 .z f-"4 S3 Wifi' y-,Iggy I 'cp-3. v ,gui , ..,.',- ,,5' ig, ' P ' 'Z?i4jf5w"21'f" 5:3154--'lea-ff' 4321, v 5 U1 111' ' v I ,df 5,1 'I ,,1-317, la u Hike? .JE-gfiiliif' pbgfqmfm MBMFKI' rr ,. cirfpit' Dhafgrfzfffr 0fBea.rer H. - -'Z' z -'JA-I 1 - r' PASSPORT .,6lLuwq1,fm1,nf,b RUBY MAE MCDANIEL "The only jewel that will not decay is knowledge." Home Ec. Club '32, N. R. A. Club '34, Press Re- porter Authors' Hour Club '35, Honor Society Club '33, '34, '35g Lawycrettes '34, '35, Annual Staff '35, Fideles '34, '35, Chorus '34, Les Vingt Cinq '35g Honor Roll '32, '33, '34, '35. PASSPORT HYLDA NEAL - "She who is rich in friends possesses life's real fortune." Home Ee. Club '32: Junior Music Club '32, '33, '34, '35, Chorus '32, '33, '34, '35: Authors' Hour '34g Literary Guild '35, S. O. S. Club '35, - 3 .,cJ'-ifefa-E':eE-9111.1 4 -ui'-SI:-3':-2':eE-3-x.. . :fi 5- ?5.:i:.,: -2.7534 Q 6 S. , . ,qv 57. 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AAAA, kAAAAAAAAAA W 762 THRU NAT EESKA "Lf 5 PASSPORT PASSPORT -3' '71 49' uolL WILLIAM PARKER 1 h "Not too serious, not too gay, but altogether :1 Jolly good fellow." ,-, tj, :L rx . A 73:53. vm ,.------.-" v .,- il -17" F' "?:. 3----:milf -' 1 'lu . Qfgul 4, ' .--- '-.'-A" ' A .,.t. . " I .PF ,JR , I q.i1l'..,A.. Y. 'illvf 15141 4'I 1 'Q-. 1-'xg pw,-,fr ,.-9141, 5 -l...1 , f 'B' s"2 H 4" 1' 'l"' K .- s-- . we -.-.J - --1 ' . 5-If Z1.' r, RUTH PASCHAL 'f0f manners gentle, of affection mild, In wit, a woman-simplicity, a child." Authors' Hour '34. '35, Home Ee. Club '33, '34' Junior Music Club '32, 735: Chorus 132, ,33, 135. 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Events Club '32, Varsity Bas- Press Reporter Authors' Hour urrent y C ketball '33, '34, '352 '34, Senior At erettes '35, Track '33, 34, '35, Literary uf., hletic Representative '35, ,Annual Staff 3311.-131514.-' .Z3'.?:,. 4 .-1--":'---::. 'v'.' -Q4 f.. .. .',' -,I 'S- '- Q' ' 'N - H .--'79 +1 . .-.--cv ' I' 1, 4':,4,.,.s, .i sq., ' ,-.1 4 A U X 1,-cp ,.-74 :'f?fss.,w..'f:. - v ,fer- 7 Q a 1,1 0 1 Qu' 1 ,, :r T1 'Plf ,Y , ,,.,qs,,s-H 111, 7 V .wr y - H. ,f Q3-'km , -7.2. C -1 Lf-giiijih, da :ii QE? PASSPORT MAR.Y WALKER PEACH "May you live as long as you're happy, And be iiappy as long as you live." Vice President '32, Track '34, Mgr. Squaws '33, '34, President Current Events Club '33, Home Ee. Club '33, Secretary-Treasurer '33, Junior Play '34, President Authors' Hour '34, Lawyerettes '34, '35, Treasurer '35, Vice President Literary Guild '35, Secretary-Treasurer Home Ee. Club '34, ,. .. .1 5 - .iff-:'v .r N.. ,, . . ,. .,, ktri '-.-.f.'-I: 9' 1'-H 2' are . yr 1 ur".-,,'.,, p -,v1,.5 wx: A: -lu: -lv 'J Zsfraf' K-i'::'f:f, -mm' " ' 0' .gg '.g2" 'l-' 1 i " " "' ,. 52"-jigff' gsm.: Pliafqgrafflr ofBearer gif-15 2:52555 p,50hg,m!J,L afbmru r" gr var vtv V vvvvtvw vywyyfx' 'H 4 v, if A A A7 A A A I XX' viv vlv YAY YAY vAv vtv xy vhv vi - 76.2 THRONATEESKA PASSPORT ,H ' Rmuafmbnfb I ANNE PETTIS " 'Tis the song ye sing, and the smile you wear Tha.t's making the sunshine everywhere." Political Science Club '34, Home Ee. Club '34g Busy B's '35g Entered '34. .,.L1fIe?:'3'x?34.g,, -.-g . 1::: I. 3-.,..,. Q 1. .., .K , " '--.ef ,.'.:f.-.S-cw' NI.. - .4 L...-Wy. ,--.-,AP 4 uri" . .--- -.-:J I"'1.'.-.- liiiv? W an -all S+' 5 .,.. '3'?.5.i7..'jf.rs '.: n,,2V. J M512-P. Q, anger: 11 ,S ali, ,-7. 1 Sail?--,. f.. -Ez:-, ' 1wQ-Iz-- ' 55.555165 ifdrfuxibf i LZQHQQBQP v4Jr 4, 141: ti 3 .1'.k.,1f'p ,f ,' .gr 1 , 55.2-14 1- Maia m IL 0fBearer E. Q .- -' r. P- rl' .. ,,.,.,. I PASSPORT .y" Dl?b WILLIAM RAKEL "Loyal in heart and strone in mind A better boy nowhere you'll find." Football '33, '34, '35g Track '35g Baseball '33, Boys' Literary Club '35. . 1- 'ygfxfk' 4 4 -5:4-L------fini, 1:--'I 1. Ei F' :-1".2 R':-N' . , ... ....u.+ Q V1 mi: .4 -gn, itz: .l.".1,rQ'g'rx..A ,gfv gt' ., I 7--au ,. u'.,- nf, ', Ei., 25 4-as 46, x '.-, 1 PASSPORT .91 ' ' u DORIS E. PHILLIPS U 'Tis with our judgment, as with our watches. No two now just alike, yet each believes his own." .Modern History Club '32: Home Ec. Club Y32. '33, '345 Stamp Club '33: 45 Minutes with Modern Writers 135. if K Q .., 3 N Y -.vii-riglffirifiz.. P S S I ww :"'v 5. 1QT'.i'i,v.'l 'f."ff11 LQQ V ' . I 5'-' if--::::---" Y 2'-Jxf' A i haf 5 1-11--"Ne "'fr:.' :,',:5'g, if t - any -vi,-,,.... 4 ,I I - 9:11. ,-'pei-1? ifixxf. 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Manager Football '31: Manager Baseball '32: Paps '33g Basketball '34, '35: Block A Club '34, Swimming '34, '35: Track '35, Diamond Ball '34: Class Cheer N Ieader '33, '34g Boys' Literary Club '35. , .- .- . . .. ,. . . -' "-ii':3':!if31" - . -' "-it':3':li"' " -. if F:-1".7:'Zilf:l' . 11 ff -:'iF:l'1'lv . ' " - ,-.f'::g55555.: " f '--.af -fl" EEE'-2-.','.'.:evr1:1: . T: .Sill"3-.r.'!iT7i'1:Ii'?'?'w! Aw: ,as ...A--1, - Y' 639:55 .U --ga 1 g'zfa"gg,x'f.f21.-- - ' .f :gf.5fg.' ., g '5 1.593-,... i:'3fQr-::r 11,1715 If tiff! ,fig '3j'a::: livin 2,.1'Gg -. ,+,,'3::Z-,,, g- ----V 6 .fag "-. ,gf3:5Z,, , :.:.,.kv .', f::,'- " ..-Qfffqx--' 1 n fig,-. N ,,f.2Q.ta-r' I:-L-I 1 ' Z'62:gfi" ,?f"'B'wT I.. . fi, hfftzyfff- -Fr-1"M'i1" iiffik. gi:1f,Mi!5?4" f,a:,:'fl- l f. 11171, , 3 .-nr ., , .ip , 41.01, I - ,Mr H.: Mila, 't 1' 5' ,4"174' . 1 'V 1' 5" 'Z' -,fri me '13 1-'At'-Pi ' , e -GL 'I'!--,"f' ' gee.: .,.g.5,,g Pfiafqnzffh 0fBearer If ge.:-.1 g.:,1,,g lfihaiqffrazfvfi afbefzrgf .. ,,- -,, . '44 ,L JL- .z,.1.,. rr IQ55 nnnnn7 xl ,1 -A v, If QY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY vAf, xWAv vAv vAy yy yy yv yy y ,Av Y YK' "x 7612 THRU TEESKA Tl PASSPORT PASSPORT .pf 1175 49' "u0jLj JAMES SCALES l ANNE DARNLY SCHUMBURG "A grand old sport, the best of friends. "Endurance is the crowning virtue." She'll stick to you through thick and thin." Boys' Literary Club 734: Sandlot Football '31, , . .. . I, 1- ',g'.s.k 4 4 E,tf55,:':.'.1:? ff.1'Q,1 4 ' ' 5-Z1!'..'.,,-MA.,-314.5-1 v- ,.. . "-' .--'::::--." Y Ji .Z-ir' up...-nn --.::uv: .-Nfl ,-.: -., -,--0. 1 r pm .N +1 . , -Q., ff 11 '.-fd: 9"f'f-.'- '.-fi 'ANSI as an N' 1 '.-jp ' I I x ' 1 Basketball '33g Class Cheer Leader '35g N. R, A, Cl'-lb '34C Dramatic Club '32: Les Vingt Cinq '35: Literary Guild '35. ",fla"?f' ff-"I1:Z:i:"Z'g-52.14 , -vu- .-,. -,.:::g::.," v gr. 5.34 L-11" N: "Fic, : ':5'Q,, " '-:sw .1--rf:-.uzsw S:--nk r ww.-.'z-'ff-v ' ' -' -'-1.'.,:"k-.-,- 2-xr m,- 7 nu f -Ii ..:',Y "'xlff'l'H 411 1" m ' -,'Lf' v ' Q'Q,.51i'E:g25 iraqi. f c-':Eb"ig'2'1,a:gf-f "-J.-.11'-if 9 x, 7 ,. -,, 2:1119 1 1 sh' 'nf . - -, '1'-. Z 1..1QQ,,A'-.,J+I,fggggi..,, :: Ill? if 'i?,?vy :e:,2:f1f"' E: 112: 'rfm rf-fn rw- ,,ffffi5::f::-:-1 .glimiqfiqmygv 5:5-.fr ' gsrcifgg' 35353:-f ,:.':'5' I .47-re. 115,-rr ,l,,' ,An ,,,..v..,'f v., 7 l. hulk f7i4Li'.ff' M fi'-x4f."f' i'2f5ff':'hi?' 1""1'.' I p v . k. , f - 1 , ', , S, I sg. 4, rj 01 gf I Lf, . - re. '.:-:- f- lloiggr +- .4 f Q--'f f 5 Eff 1' A ,C ,,.jg- fl It gfbmffl' ir z., gene? l :g.::.-,gy lM0f?I'lLflL of eater tg' ' - - --L 5, -',-'fa , rr PASSPORT l ywafmc 176 - PASSPORT GLORIA I-IILSMAN SCUVILL JOHN WALTER SCOTT, JR. "Pretty is her face, and big is the place She holds in lout' hearts." "Be silent or let thy 'words be worth more than silence. " Boys' Literary , .- ,. '-J!-'5':E':!i5'1' - H Et" S- if EQ:-:".e Zvfil' fj-.. - -. ...V-V.,+1. Club '35. Home Ec. Club '32g Press Reporter N. R. A. Club '34g Literary Guild '35: Play Day '32. '331 Honor Society '33, '34, '35: Political Science Club '342 Junior Play '34g Senior Play '35: Dramatic Club '33, '34g Herald Column '33, '34: Editor Herald COIUMH '35: Annual Stall' '35: Les Vimlt Cinll '35- . .. .. . .. - ,Lk . , ,. ,ac .u pb- ....-.- ek- Q 1411-ja2"':ff:s,j':j11-rf , .- .vu '-I-.','.'.f: -ff ve- '.' -5.1! zz '-?-.,'4'S':Ti'1-I Q".-:Ng ,155 44:54:15 Arg, -15 l.Q','. az 4: R"-2-1,-' '-'-?"nf L'-"'.f:5'.-' "If-fi'-yf 54 29:1Q?"i'::ief:f 221913, ' tiff! '?'f-:-:z-2:3 11 'wif '-.4tff5SsZ,..., :gralkf ' ' .ff:ziZ-..,- 2EE:1:i' 1. "-1.-- : ,f,' --- -- .:- n .i?i62z?Q3'?l2E5?b-f' 5:5-. Fi' .fE22:i3:fsQQ?t'T 53:75 ii' .qfifr-4 . 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Club 34: Authors' Hour Club '35, Jumor Muslc Club '33, '34: Home Ec. Club '32, - 'lll .-,3,.'fa'.'x1n a --,g,.x.x,,g.. I' A 5 " ,,,,- A F trol, ' , . 'V Vg, ," 745, iit3f':':?':E'-?fi5'gi'qf:,.' ff " " " '. 'T-A"-jglqlllgff'v'-J'-'fav ,,.. , ,'2ZQh1-T132 I-fi. 'WY .-'ikkizlt-1fIQ'x!. Z . -5- u ' , ' . ' .m '-- - , ,J K 4 "-17-"J '- . ,3'?2f4f' v-.'11,'- .f '-'.-11'-Y' if uf- 'fu-N-Sffff-Q-, 12 v-,W 21 nga L-i'Qf'-'ff-'g,, Qlwl" 'l E,32i?':,+:fEfs1 " ' " 7'Q',+3fEfs1Sf7 9 1513? , f, Q fffff .. ,','.:":.J-rf.".'- a -.e .',5,f,, 1:12 N -gy -.'.--I U ,115 N -Tv .!.g. K .Jg 1 .,,, L5Q1,gg,gg.S'fsf-W :.::-AH, Lgzggfgfggiqqtsb :.HJ.I A. Silw ffr fg1',u.:-ar' 49.':?:'.'f,. .ani-" 4-'::':,.'::, 'v1 Q' 4 ., -Luk. 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X541 Pav' 'iwly a pr-I-.,'4'f?Ti-1:".', " T Q12 firwra-1-:1"..:f' 3 AWN "5 iff- A 'Sin -WV' "K'l.f.'-vi'-'.'--'.-Xl" e' 4 d.fig2Q'5f"v.1,Qf1f '-'wtl'-V' 4 g5fij'.'Z:"y-,915-if! "I-,1-ntl? , I, 1 N1 . . I I- fu 5 1 ,f ng' 2 rf 1:::j3::r 11 ,wap ,J pn: H , K 3.1. --f.fZ2r--... ::':1. 2 1- -. ,+,,--:- --:arp ' fri 1 " Pi 'I "riff,--P np' ' I A " 'lf r ' 'TF'-"hr " ' ' ' ' 4. .' 'f 'if'fI,, ,:f"X 1- -131-4 '.: 'Z f,' ' --"1Y':f"' lf:',' ' . 2,1 .QEf?2fgZ'ZQES-Ngibj ff l' J.fXiZ15:g1if5EQi5'f I::.f-fl' 'V 4"4Tr-4: .Ulf-'D-" 'I'-'ryl' 7.-frr"f U'5T"r' l',-nip' ,'1','f.': I 4' -. lp 41'-,ji 5 -rf '.'- . 1' Q M f ' A fb lr . we e, .. eff-r . 1,-Hut' 0 ffffflf 0 WWI' , gale-.1 .q:..,-,gy in gm 0 earer --,, 1' 1.1.3. -1 ,,,:V,fH rl' nm- I PASSPORT .9 'buff OCTAVIA SPIES "If silence is golden, I heard her say, I'll land in the house for the poor some day." Honor Society '33, '34, '35, Junior Music Club '33, '34. Honor Roll '32, '33, '34, '35, Lawyerettes '34, '35, President Lawyerettes '35, Literary 'Guild '35: Vice President '35, Vice President Tree Climbers '34, Annual Staff '35, Girls' Athletic Association '35, Athletic Board '35, Junior Senior Debate '34: Radio Committee '35. .. .yy,,'g,,g, ,, 'Uv .1 ws 4015, -f'.."'A-'f --f,fx1.., , -- .,-A,l,:'A-0 L ,. gt!!! '--1--u ,. -gn.,-' 1-, f , .ln 15 an ug: .-.n fftxyv PASSPORT Ll' ' ' u 7 ,5 BEATRICE STEPHENS "A grand old sport, the best of pals." Track '32, '33, '34, '35, Varsity Basketball '34, '35: Tree Climbers '34, Political Science Club '34: Lit- erary Guild '35. .,g,a'i:'E:':1i:-3-1. , :-fi f, E1 Ei:-111.1 ,2':"31. .. . ,Q .1 21, 1 .. y. .2 Lrg: J. uf. 5 1,-TNI ,Qtqn .5 ,sw .-,-.,,, v ,.,, 8, 4-ua ,J -I. f Av .-I Y as 1 U n 5. 5 1 J- fi' uv. 4,1 sh N ,W-ji v my 2' 3552: If gpg. 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Club '34: Literary Guild '35, Dramatic Club '34: Vice President '34g Annual Staff '35g Business Science Club '35. .angela-2:12-5-:.3', -,.-1. 111: A g-., ...- , 41.11 . -:,,. on ,f 'mu .4 1 1 l "Blonde or brunette, short or tall, Roy is interested in them all." , .s n "J'5.'!':?:fi57'1'L' Ea+,.-- .. f. ---. -Q4 , ',f Q. 5A,i1I'.i'-.ffl ,L7'ff+-v .nn ' ,------..," v gf. hiv . , . ' 'Y-' 4' -'-Sis N-1 1: ' .'i':C'r.-. f' .-IF' V S511-3-. fin: r'1:c1f.:3'1 ,W J-M - -1- --1.-4. ',1. .-.v- .:l'i55"m gi" 235'-1+ 2 if. 4 I l 4' . ' ' ' ' I .-' 4. kgs: b.5.Q-fj,,'c:1 H .vu K :fu+ij,:f:.',v- fxgqil, ff ing '-",+ZFf1' W 111:-ii' 'fa'?"' 6 02215 'if EE Lat, J," 7:5 P. "4 ,QTFFEIQD 2'-,fl ' f- . D '-' -25155:-3 --.3.'- .ejxjgfp .754-fQ1g:,4-' :fl--: 1 Q' l?.:7iff:f1,, fgigkiglh-v' J: :g. 5 L' ,j .,,,g,,k?i.vlgi.l,Y ., M., 'A ,, ,,,lf, , J:V,Q-Q, n . . , Ap :gf ni,-ry ,Uv : , 47,p,,,3g sv,-qt :I -J.. 1 ,gfn., ,mr fn.: I JI' . UU'-r ,lf,,. 1 ,Tv f.':f 1'-. fp 41"'f"i' -M' 'frm' ,4, 1. I ','.v.L:,kA M f I IL 0191- if' J' A .y-1jf,iA.. 7 A of . .s ui -1' x--' p ye.: I .1 ,556 0 Qafflf 0 MTU rr gale-.5 -,,,:g.:,.,gg- kafgmffh 0fBearer . A. Li, -,:,.,.J,,H i- l PASSPORT PASSPORT .19 1,76 Lqivivhqvlfcvvuvff BEATRICE LENORA TANNER SARA THARIN "She is wise, if I can judge her, And fair, if mine eyes be true." Home Ee. Club '34: Authors' Hour '34: Literary Guild '35: Business Science Club '35, .. .. .. . . --,Lf":E':?-1.1, "Thought is deeper than all speech." Home EC. Club '31, '32, '33: Current Events Club '31, Junior Music 'Club '32, '33, '34, '35: Chorus '32, '33, '34, '35: Caper Club '33: N. R. A. Club '3.4i Political Science Club '34: S. O. S. Club '35: Lit- erary Guild '35g Honor Society 135. -,ff5?f1FF3??3'3f:. v K A 'Q P.--"5 -- .,7?'--. -Q' . . .. . 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Club '32: Honor Roll '32, '33, v,. --.1 lv., rf' 55.225 ,, 3:-'fj925'l'ha!a 'm IL ofbearer Q r. ,,,.f,.',: 5 ff Q' 3' ,------K 4 iff-"-2 fi '--Tyr' Tz- ,11-- N. 1' , -' - iwf' . va I Q., 1 n J.:--gf , ,1 s" 'vi -Q.f--H :x '15-,Z ' g gkffv, , LIN? .r 1,9 Ill, EDWANA TORBETT "Let the world slide, let the world go, A fig for care, and a fig for woe." Junior Music, Club '33, '34, '35: Authors' Hour '34g 45 Minutes With Modern Authors '35: Chorus '33, '34, '35, Home Ee. Club '33, n 0 4 " 'Baal-ka' 4 1 . Nc. '-,-- -,1-v Lg! ,v-5:30-l-XV' gi--Li, A' rg'-1'-i0,'i",j:1'v mfg '-I-M'-u -1 T, .'-3. -.y Y-, ',.,, .5 4-H4 , i --. , if, PA .491 JA "As swe Honor Society 33, '34, '35: Ju Staff '35, ,A .Q .. A ,vti':E':i1'7s'L- t :1 :Q rg-.f'?.,. , ' -.+- ,......, " v y. Ryu :2---:----:::, v xv rn ,--.xv .1 , if ,WH M., ,,.. , , Sl.. -,KVA pg'-1"'l-X A- ' ,.., .-,, r av xl., ,Qiyl -51:,',,rg .5-,,,, v .Wy l A, -,i,,.y :f.5f'.- VX'- SSPORT ' zf 17, 6 NET VAN CISE et a lass as lad did See," 35: Glee Club '35: Chorus '31, '32, nior Music Club '33, '35, Annual 41 ,Nw ,, gg.-.x-M.. 5,1 ,. Aff' y. va, y il. ,. .1 Sa-Q, ,Ja , A 155, '-.,Ag,,55:,-,, 5. :::. li, - 5513213 wifi,- izifffxgleaif' ,4"f9L',u- 4f14,'-'51 N A ,'.'.g-,,'A' , , ,, .gl ..j M 1 give-:5 1, q.:f-,gy flofgrafk ofgearer -. ,- -2, -'Xp 1 PASSPORT Bewupime 172 15 RUTH VAN CISE "Some that smile, have in their hearts Millions of mischief." Secretary 'Glee Club '35, Chorus '31, '32, '33, '34, '35, Political Science Club '34: Home Ec. Club '31, '34, '35: Honor Society '35, Junior ,Music Club '34, '35, Press Reporter Junior Music Club '35, tv 1 4' .- 'Q ,--.-,Ar4-.r,'1 gg: '-I-1.'-i5",H'-g.'.f 1-, ',-,. .5 4-uxdul - f' ,. sq--,Q A .' ,h u..1v lf 9"'1i 'fr '..,-' T, Q1-.1' 5?':.',1:,2f5f?"' 1: fflai' -fiat"-3 kiffffiif ai fziai' fm '- 25 ' f '?iff',. :E as - ' S iifzff' Jfdbi-'ribr ri!lf5"3'i"'1Q'3"r firm' J i,fffz"312L?f' fa'zqf5'.11:zP' 4 :4ll,"i,: '.,'.R.,,,p 4,141,171 ':,'.1.,.,,q , A' 1 ,.A, gr Ayr 1 L pfdllgfllfll of.Bearer H. L ggi-:T , ,:.T-,fy Plafzgnzfali afbmrgf 0 -4- .-A .7,.',u ' JL- c, .Fu ,- ' YY YY vv vv YY YY YY Yvvf xl ,4 H v, I1 A A A A A A A A A A , 'A' 'A A 'A' 'A' 'A' Y' 'A' O 1 We T HRO NAT EE SKA li i PASSPORT PASSPORT Mi ,Qi ' ELIZABETH WADE "A smile for all. a greeting glad, An amiable jolly way she had." KATE WALLACE "Live, love and be happy." Authors' Hour '34: Home Ec. Club 1733, '34, '35 Authors' Hour '34, 7353 Home Ec. Club '33, Political Science Club '34: Junior Play '34. 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LiQ:?ZffZ'4iEmh,'f' flfhfk' '2Tf,Lf.5'7 M' .ff'f:,','gkl llj'Sf24'-U'.T:Cif"" QW?-,7A' ef' , ,u 'nn A 4, 4 . :J ,Q.'..'1j0 t -'I 'X "- 'A' ' 'I xr A I," . , , .:- ,,-gg.. ,5.g.,'u ,L , .7 ',f 1-.gt I S? 1 - vga- mgfqmffh ofgmmf ,I az., ,.,:'1-rim' Mvfqraffh 0fBearer If nr, A131 ,jx .'V:'A,l l XY! ,,,, ' .QIIQJZUI ' 1, 6 49' ' - Z, 3 .f X BETTY WARD REESE WATKINS "For she was jes' the quiet kind aaworth makes the many, Whose nature never varies." Home Ec. Club '33: Political Science Club '34: Tree Climbers '34: Junior Music Club '35: Chorus 1 '35: Literary Guild '35. l i I TQ g - A ' .. if if .-:-- .-,f '--:. '- - -+4 - 1 .,f -:.----.-, f " 'w-H .-.-ml.: -+v . ' my .-s , 4255. -'r'-""1'1-."i-"-'h -' wi: .f "9-IQ 1-1'5" '-I-1'-'13i'3-'-:-f'.53f.,w-. E O '-.5-f.'.Ii?Z1'-:-'Jn-TNI ,.,1 .54-un A- .. 1 y, 1if,,.,, ' vi 3 ' 5, 54.,,.u v . .3Q?a7f'5f' 7'.'!,fs2',f " -fy it A . W , ggi.-,:-'y-,-11,v:': -:-,--nl'-. "1-,--'aw-'-.',."- 111- -V' fi' T ff. .. J. an , f,255:-.., ::::J. , ' e ,::5Z,,, 111,-1 L-1-gfcyh, 1: ::-Hr f .fl fifty, Efzmf' .gizzfgfgfi-gui:-if :: jr 515:51-gzic-5,,gf' ,, , 5, , A. if55fm'1fff" .a1":::f,f,'-' i9Z5f95':'l33'F" f 'I fr' 1, ,jf '.h,',. , 'vi Q' p 'ff'-Cn A PM-:1 , Maia mffh ofhmrer . :.5,,e:,: -'.f:pfQ5 ' ze - LZQA 5' . rr- gi 1 Jz,,,,5,5,Lt. Mdfgraffa ofbearer H. f',. 'Y YY f 'i " " A A 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'A ' x'I 'I 'I 'I 'AY YAY V1 HY vtv vs I-O .., in --,-- N . 'E-'K '1 I: f.'-ff'-b P. ,,, -4 .N .'.:,',--:U-..., Af. ,. ,il . 4 I1S3fl,fj'i'f':ZI:::r 1: Lvzr, ' -N -n w- n 1 f7Ae THRU NAT EE SKA PASSPORT ,6lwLf"u1?L5 BILLY WILLIAMS l "All the world loves a lover." Basketball '33, '34, '35: Paps '33, '34: Football '34, 735: Glee Club '34, Junior Music Club '34: Secretary Boys Literary Club '35: All State Chorus '33, '34, Sandlot Football '32, History Debate Club '35: An- nual Staff '35, 1-,g1y':x'fkQfk4 . ,.g.-- , -..-. . . , 1 gif! if-, 1:rg'i'1il:.'l-',f'f" gx-'11 '--I--4 1 " ',. -Q. ', -' N-, 'flu ,25 au 153: -I-. .:5v.fv' f--f at-I W '. w 1 ,- ',' K L F PASSPORT .giufxbqatzmuvfb I l MARGARET WILLIAMS UShe's pretty, clever, of a rare turn of mind," You'll have to look far to find one of her kind." Home Ec. Cluh '33, '35, Authors' Hour '34: Lit- erary ,Guild '351 Chorus '34, '35, . , .. ,- . . --,L5,'!':!':fEi'?'11' -'f-"I '1 Z3 ' Z"-."f.2-a .' v-.1..a'.- ...fy-.,g1. , v Q1 " "ii .1' "'xtTx1'1',1 51:1 ww..-0.f'.-:F' gtg., -51--an , -u- -Y-, ,'4-,-if ,A Auf' l I aww' y-.5 Q4 . , 4 - ... . , I. . 21 fksjfn "-Niall,-',:,rl,:51,12 3' 5-451-," 4f,L:::7 ' :::,-lk, .J -.---.. .. ... , 3.135 -- n'..f-,:3-... ..,.,..k , 15132, :::g.:I' .,, ' .,'.2'1fQz-J' :-gi .akfaigqffkimix-ii"" fl 5 If L fH1r:Z32?Sii'E5'f :il I-.': :2.Ziffw"2+" .f1'::'f.",'-' Ziiiiee-mf" 'rl 'Q' H, ,':".r,7'. , fvfb. H 1'-Cut. I, ., ai-ef? , 'Q-1:1-45' pf20fQl'llfUfL 0fB6'4Ffl' rr ., gives? :'t:-T-,jf Dkozlqgm it ofBearet LP., 4 -.-. yr.-gf. lik .1 V 4,5 .gb 57,14 - FRANCES WILLINGHAM FRANK WINN "Nature was here so lavish in her Store HA proud face is a letter nf recommendation. That she bestowed until She had ng mm-9,21 And a food heart. a bill of are-dit." Home EC. Club '32, '33: Dramatic Club '32, '33: Aiglithogg' Hour Club '34, '35: Current Events Club 1! I, ,.. '-.a32f-3'52-z.- . - p .--,a'-fe-T:-LEE-3.4 - zfflfii ff :-:".3'Zif-751. ' :?f'I.Qf. 21?i.J'11f4'Z:1':1Q. t-,:-32:1.'..:LEfw-,ry-. 4. , A ,I-zur:-.-j w I-.it-.u g,1:1--:e"---frs, 5'-,1-rg, . . 141'-'N ' " 'Viv -."1N'1.7's+o 5 '- 1' ""' 1-V,-s--J.-+1 qu' 4. 1-, .xx ..f",N. ,Ei , xy, diff' .4 A.g,:x,.,,,Iw , '1.-lf.-5 MNA: f ,xy . -ffl - - -."' 5"4.1f 1.--V, , ggf-1:21.-' -gif-af, f Y QMS.-5.i'f:g1g 'f111','1g. fi M952 ,.n.'gZ1Ff:r 1111715 K 'ss ' 'i" 5 1 -ziifigg. 4 -. 5-,..f '- ag.: :ff :2,- 1 , M" . .. ...lg lf5rz:5f2,ffceQ:4'f :5:f-,:,, '-' I ' .a2222afgqf1N2wSJ:f' 1-'af-'fl' ,iffrix-.152l'ff' ,-':f9,,fr fg'f'l:"j'f' .'52:ff' ,f-','rf,fnj, l'ZlL"'i.' ',g,'.Qj.,QA' I cf1l,',3.' I '.gf.Q,:tQ ' E 3545- pbdfgfllffl ofBez1rer I, ,, W 1:55-,gy Pbahgrafft ofBe1zrfr G -.fm-, .'.',. ' L-.-4. ,'."o,-'1'4J ' I 1 x KY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY TAY YAY YAY vii: I - 5 1Y.v nv V17 VA7 xy xy vty VAY 7.7 Hof We THRU ATEESKA PASSPORT Efuyaqdmu of f5,aafL0L,,f JOHN ED WOUTEN "Make the best 'of everything Think the best of everybody." .- ":il"f'gkKK " . 'nf'---,:'.. ,'::f5.1':u 1 .'.--I '.-A.-an .-k' -'- , , . . . , 'U' u ,.',. . ' XX ,. ,.5y1-31:6 pf ,I VAN, ff., 'Z15,',, ,leikgr-' fi Jfffzfy wi' , ' ,z-u-ffvf' f'l'f'0" ,, .gf"1fjQ,. - ,db 11,3 .iff-I. A ' 7 4 X .spew mg Phafqgraffh 0fBmn'r H. 'r 0 , xl ,v H v If QV XY KY wiv vtv vlv YAY YAY YAY vf' xx' vlv YAY W1 wiv v.v vhv av v.v - Vffggvsw We THRU NAT EESKA Mnorea' For unselfish leadership in extra cur- ricular activities, for the manifestation of worthy principles of citizenship and for the maintenance of high scholastic stand- ards these honors were awarded. To Elizabeth Garbutt, the Kiwanis award of twenty dollars, by vote of the faculty. To Frank Allen, the McIntosh award of twenty dollars, by vote of the faculty. To Harry Davis election as student rep- resentative, by vote of the student body. A A A A A A A A A A A - xl ,1 N v, If 27 YY wav vv vtv YAY YAY YAY vv vf' kWv vv vlv vv vv vv vv vv vv v. 7Ae THRU NAT E-.ESKA ff? W X7 'W WV! my V? jgw N. In Zig, J ,R ,Ml W V '?'i5 A1 " 09' M Vf f Wfl .fm f M .rx QE 2 1 'A V Wa' -Q Q ' I .54 + 1 ZW NX i l W Lf ' ,, 02 'Z 1'?f'L - - -A JIUFUORS TRAVEL SECLOND CLASS 1 X A Y- We THRO NAT EESKA YUNIORS Acker, Jane Adams, Suwanee Lee Akins, Elizabeth Allen, Dorothy Allen, Neal Amonette, Virginia Armstrong, Mary Grace Arnold, Allean Arthur, Etta Mae Atwood. Lorna Bacon, Cecile Bailey, Evelyn Battey, Joan Belk, Estelle Belk, Louise Boggs, J. N. Boynton, Steve Browning, D. T. Burdeehaw, Caroline Brannon, Cullen Cahill, Jimmy Calhoun, Eugene Campbell, Roy Carter, Hazel Champion, James Chancey, Annie Pearl Chestnut, Charles Collins, Buford Colson, Joe Cook, Jane Crosby, David 9 Crumbley, Eleanor Culver, Billie Davis, Charles Davis, Helen Lavis, Roy D. Dill, Winnie DuVenet, Helen Etheridge, Harriett Fowler, Carl Freeman, Dennis Freeman, Elkin Freeman, Pauline Friedsam, Wayne Gibson, Alberta Gilmer, J. T. Gurr, Helen Hall, Mary Hancock, Harold Hardison, Doris Harris, Wren Harrison, Evelyn Hays, Eileen Heidt, Emmett Henley, J. C. Henry, Lloyd Hilliard, John Hocutt, Welmon Holley, Inez Ingram, James Inman, Lola Johnson, Evelyn Justice, Ed. WAY vAY YAY YY YAY YAY 'AY xy YAY vi V fxl ,v -4 v, I1 .Y YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY VA I A A 4 We THRU AT EESKA 7UN10RS Kalmon, Julia Kay, Jane Kennedy, Myra Nell Kieve, John Kincaid, H. O. King, Charles Lambe, Bob Lee, Carolyn Lewis, Mary Lindsey, Evelyn Mallard. Katie Mann, Louise Mock, Mamie Moree, Sybil Morris, Eva Morris, Floyd Murray, Phillip Newlin, lAnne Norris, Ruth O'Conner, Tom Pace, Bill Paschall, Gerry Patterson, Kathleen Piper, Malcolm Pitts, Edyle ' Pollock, Leon Porter, Floy Rhodes. Ethel Robinson, James Roper, Wayne Rosenberg, Marjorie Royal, Martha Rushton, Herbert Sanders, Gwendolyn Sellers, Doris Scales, Evelyn Shealey, Harry Simon, Carolyn Simon, Mary Slappey, Goulding Smith, Charles Smith, Jim Smith, Ophelia Spence, Margaret Sutton, Dorothy Sutton, John Taylor, Eugenia Teasley, Irving Thompson, William Thornton, Louise Troutman, Thomas WVallace, Agnes Watkins, John Weatherly, Frances West, Elizabeth Weston, Claire Whittlesey, Theora Williams. LeVere Wilson, Harry Wolfe, Bobby VVood, Edyth Yancey, Mary Ella Yarborough, Tom 'YY v vvvvvvv vvvvvf xl ,v w F1 Y Y " Wv A A A A A A A A A , x A 'A' 'AV 'A' 'AV 'AV 'I HY Y 1 We THRONATEESKA The Qjlczilors Bold Lovers of adventure will delight in this thrilling account of the dauntless young Juniors who set out upon uncharted seas in search of treasure-and found it! The good S'hip Education stopped at Mystery Island. The Jolly Juniors disembarked and set up camps in several different placesg then they started to 'look for the hidden treasure. But, led by the wicked cannibal chief, English, and his assistants, French and Mathematics, the cannibals attacked the Jolly Juniors mercilessly. After victories had been Won by both sides, the Juniors finally conquered and continued their search for the treasure. They then were besieged by severe winds and rains, Chemistry and Latin, but they came through with only a few casualties listed. One day, a party found a deep black cavern infested by bats, Type- writing and Law, but these pests were overcome. Then in the cavern they located many boxes. The treasure at last! Helen Davis and Neal Allen found a box containing the Class presidenciesg Theora Whittlesey and Charlie Davis got the vice-presidencies, Jim Cahill, Neal Allen, Charles King, Dennis Freeman, Buford Collins and Daniel Royal won the football treasure, Neal Allen and Dan Royal obtained basketball honors. On the girl's team, Carolyn Simon and Frances Weatherly received rewards. Lola Inman, Theora Whittlesay, Carolyn Simon, Thomas Troutman, Harry Willson, and James Robinson won places on the Herald Column Staff. In spite o-f many difficulties, the Jolly Juniors had a prosperous and happy year and are, one and all, looking eagerly forward toward en- trance into the Senior Class. HARRY WILLSON. ole y BQ., as Nbiev' GV- 'itat I X XXX 163992 Yi X 0 '60 I Hof AedTHRONAT EESKA W- .. ' L,, + A . 5,,:f,.:3l A IV fl -" X 9 X ' X ffl 'IW' Z mfgiaf 'fr Wi' my YN? U IX' ffxffx, 'ff ,,Q- fq 1 I ,ANN X 62.0 Z SOPHQH 0355 TRAVEL TQURYST .Y YAY var A YAY YAY AY VAY vAv vi' H ' Y. 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C., Jr. Arnald, Cora Mae Arrowood, Woodrow Arthur, Harry Bacon, Charlotte Boggs, Billy Bariield, Laura Barnett, Robert Belisle, Rosalyn Bentley, Donnie Mae Bentley, William Boggs, Mary Frances Boynton, Evelyn Boynton, Kathryn Bramlett, Jack Brooks, Adele Brown, Vera Browning, Mary Burdeshaw, Mary Burnett, Bentley Burt, Walter Cannon, Margaret Carter, Sara Cassady, Oscar Christian, Odell Corbin, Harold Cop, Agnes Cross, Reese Crouch, John, Jr. Culbreth, Johnnie Ethel Dalzell, James Daniel, Karleen Darby, David Davis, Jack Leese, Helen Benson, Durwood Denson Dial, Roy Dismuke, R. H., Jr. Drake, James Edgemon, Fack Ellis, Pauline English, Annie Kate English, Marjorie Erwin, Parrish Erwin, William Federspell, John Feingold, Lucile Ferrell, Lorraine Fisher, Matt F leming, Ann Fowler, Earl Freeman, John Freeman, Virginia Goldsmith, Abie Geohegan, Nannien Grace, Bessie Lee Green, Marguerite Gurr, Catherine Haley, Reeves Holley, Horace Hay, Marie Hinson, Sam A , If QV YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY: I ' 5 xYAv v.v VAY YAY YAY VAY vny 7.7 v.y wg NV J 1 we 7642 THRU TEESKA SOHHOMORES ,.,,,:.. .A MA' P? V'2: 5 ZV- A 5 A AA A ' VA QA Ai t J if A A , e VV VVV k:.:V .,,: AA VVVA LV . H: V 1 L V A ,AAL - AA .E Q , A, x V VA i A A AA AiA- f AA V A v S 4? 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A 1 VVVVV g' V AA A 4 l QA" J A'k A A AAAA it AAAAAAA AAAAA A AAAA JA , A - Am f- .K'f- . Ax- - r 'h' i AAVA J 4 - . AA AAg f Holman, Charles Howard, Gladys Hui Robert E Jr. 6, ., Jarrard, Dorothy Jenkins, James Johnson, Lewis Joiner, Ear. Jones, Hazel Jones, Juanita Justice, Lorraine Keenan, Paul, Jr. Kendall, Lena King, Doris King, James Kincaid, Hugh Lane, Mildred LeNovel, Rose William Madison 5: , Sarah Long, Elzie 'William Lewis, Lof ton, Lo an Lowe, Lundy, Ethel Maddox. Emma Gordon Manning, Lucy Martin, Emery Mills, Emmett Meadors, Irby Meadors, Winfield Mott, Bailey Moss, Dorothy Murray, Gertrude Myers, Bernice McClaim, Myrtis McDonald, Ruby McLaughlin, Edwin Nance, Syble Newell, Lee Roy Pate. Adelyn Peacock, Lamar Pettis, Dorcas Paschall, 1Hill Strickland, Birdeen Spence, Mildred Stipoling, Robert C., Jr Tanner, Dorothy Taylor. Madie Bell Teele, Frank Thackston, Eloise Tift, Mary Torbett, Peggy Tucker, Frances Vines, Joe VonWeller, George Wallace, Paskel Walters, Arthur Walters, Jesse Walton, Thomas Watson, Lucile Weathers, Thomas Whitehead, Mary Whittington, Aline Wightman, Anne Wightman, Cortney Wightman, Lucy Wilkes, Victor Williamson, Isabel Wood, Marjorie I K I QV YAY vlv wiv vnv vAv YAV YAY nv wif: " H ' ZW! vtv viv vAv xy xv vtv vly I vi Q 1 We THRU NAT EESKA Qfoliloguies of 0 Qfoplzomore True lwe are often misunderstood, For most people think in us is no good We try our best the teachers to please, And the troubles of the poor freshmen to ease. To help these poor students we really don't mind, And whenever we can we're glad to be kind. But the older classmen look down on us so, They seem to think there's nothing We know. They think that we're foolish and ignorant, too, But wait 'til we're upper classmen like you, For we'1l manage to be much better somehow. Just Wait-it Won't be very long now. -Peggy Torbett. QOYQP PQQEQQGDE xlissiill SYU H00 4 N 1, wiv qv vtv vlv vAv wiv vAv vtv wif: " -- ' xwiv vhv vAv qv 'Av vAv vnv gv qv vg We THRO NAT EESKA X . FQ if 'I Z!! s A FEQESHNEN TRAVEL 5'fE,1-'jfifxcgg xl ,v - w. If 'A' 'A' A A' A' A' 'A A' Af, IQ 5 5 x'A 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'AY vhv A W 4. QT, mi is QRESHMEN C.. Q , in H il, fu I , v L,,V I y , , V ,, b ,g l , - , ,fig f' y , g F A y , S y y ,. I Y K I , I: ,V, r r. -. .A A , -, s, A ,fag G , , .3 K Q 1, SJ, . . fm ,ar ,ai A, lg i- ibi L fly,-' A k i.. ,, ' 7 . V V. ,lk 'J , ' Mfr K , , F A are - , L ., , f it I ggy if i ' ,,, Ll 1 ,rg i L 'ii I - fl N V ' rw-ii 2 l Y, - if , . " , 5' 1? . i f ' 'ffl ' '- ' ' f' S .,,",- 'i . f ' i 3 if f 4 H. A , , ,F A V 4, . . N 'F ,Q , . L C - ' as ,,,r I C . I I .L A I A I my C A , L, , , rw I -:mf L ' A :L f ' H ,Q . , -Q , .bw , rr sissy QQ ,, , . ,H . , - , ' gh Q - f F 2 f , ,jji ,gf , "f"'grf.f i. i M , X X A - ,,,, ., ,. B ,i ..,. 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Dorothy Anderson, Katherine Armstrong, Ouida Helen Arrowood, Woodrow Bailey, Christine Barbre, Joe Beall Barrett, Frank Bass, John Roy Batey, Evelyn Belk, Frances Bell, Gaines Bennett, Fred Bierman, Billy Bivans, Ernest Bivans, Jo Anne Bowden, Myrtle Boynton, Clarence Bramlett, Erwin Bridges, Berner Bridges, Mervin Brooks, Ada Brown, Christine Browning, Harry Bullard, Anne Cain, Allen Cannon, Dorothy Carter, Eleanor Carver, Elizabeth Champion, Eloise Champion, Katherine Chancey, Gilbert Chancey, Wallette Chancey. Wilford Cherry, John Childs, Aneilda Clark, Howard Clark, Talmadge Cloud, Russell Cobey, Elizabeth Coleman, Franklin Colson, Augusta Conger, Ellis Conner, Maxine Cooper, William Crane. ,Helen Cravey, Marie Culbreth, Dorothy Culpepper, Roy Davis, Marcia Dekle, Frank Demaree, Frances Dennis, Ruth Dinkle, Nancy Elkins, Carl Falligant, Georgia Farkas, Sam Farris, Fred Rerrell, Leland Gaddis, Anne Glover, Eugene Godwin, Denison Graydon, Floride Griflin, James' Hall, Mary Hall, Sophia Harold, Hortense Hatcher, Eunice Hatcher, Mattie Hout, Harold Helton, Dorothy Hewett, Lunita Hewett, Will C. Howe, Marjorie Jewel Hysler, James Hudson, Foster Inman, John Israel, Pearl Israel, Willie Lee James. Vivian Johnson, Walstein Joiner, Ben Joiner, Paul Jones, Daisy Jones, Ralph Kieve, Roy Kimbrell, Bill Kimbrell, Bob King, Elsie Kirksey, Georxre Klein, Rutledge Lacy, Sarah Lamb, Jack Lancaster, Mary G1 ace Lane. Albert Lane. Mary Catherine Lane, W. A. Lawrence, Albert QRESHMAN Lawson, Alfred Lee. Howard Leonard, Noval Lewis, Elizabeth Lowry, Charlotte Lunlay, Elton Manning, Harry Marbury, Felix Marsh, James Metcalf, Marion Middleton. Sara Minsk, Shirley Mitchell, Frances Moore. Jack Moss, Margaret Mott. Juanita Moznette, Roger Murdock, James Muse, Beatrice Myers, Myrtice McCamey. Christine McCarty, Gladys McCormack, Anna Louise McCullough, Myrtle McDaniel, Nellie McDonald. T. L. McKenuey, J. B. McLin, Mary Elizabeth McMillan, W. L. McNeil, Margaret Nance, Charles Newell, Cula Overby, Walter Pace. Mimi Paige, Carolyn Paschall, Hill Pawley, Bernice Peek, Doris Peek, Helen Phelps. Everett Piper, Gladys Pollock, Alma. Pollock. Virginia Porter, Ammonette Prisant, Oscar Pritchett, Sue Ragan, Virginia Ragsdale, June Ramsey, Dorothy Roy, Edward Reynolds, Geneva Rhodes, Margaret Rhodes, Marion Robertson, Dunbar Royal, Jack Royal. Mildred Rushton, Walter Sanders, Edgar Scarborough, ,Martha Schomburg, Herbert Scott. Morris Scott. Morris Shealy, W. M. Shiver. Zelma Scandamis, Harry Smith, Agnes Smith, Mary Smith, Thad Smith, Keith Smnith. Wallace Snow, Buddy Speer, Buddy Stephen, William Stevenson. Jane Storey. Dorothy Strickland, Gladys Sutton, Sears Terry, Jonah Tharin, Dixon Tift, Sue , Tison, Bernice Trippe, Cornelia Turner, Mendell Vinson, Floyd Wadsworth, Lester Walden, Louise Walker, Richard Warren, Walter NVarren, Willard Weathersbee, Raymond West. Marie Whidby, Betty Whittington, Mildred Williams, Clyde Williams, James Wills, Hugh Winslett, Mildred Worley. R. E. Wortman. Frederick Yarborough, Leah " 763 Tl-moNATEEsKA .Eyre 0 a greffzman School is the place we go to work, From this hard task we mustn't shirk. No matter how much we want to play, We know in the end it does not pay. Latin and English are hard to bluff, For Turner and Sutton sure know their stuff. As for Algebra and Science, alas! alas! McWhorter and Loveless just won't let us pass. A freshman's life is not so gay. Did you ever pick up papers all day? But if we survive, you'll never guess, How we will root for the A. H. S. -BUDDY SPEER. an The qrefizman Qlayy We are new to the A. H. S., and there are still very many things to which we are yet to be accustomed, but we have begun to make friends and to have that same school spirit that the upper classmen have. We have ambition, ideals, and goals, and by the time we reach Seniordom, we hope to be incomparable. We want a member of our class to hold every high oliiice, and we all want to be honor graduates. Besides proving our literary and official abilities, we hope to develop talents in music, athletics, and home economics. You ask, "where will you get such a class? Will it be made to order?" We admit that our goals are rather high, but we have truly "hitched our wagon to a star." If you don't believe us, just visit A. H. S. in '37 and '38, and-see! -KATHERINE CHAMPION. 5 i 60925 FREN' 59 N xiflbillxmi Silo? V. ll. 6006 . xl ,1 W v, I1 QV YAY YAY viv YAY YAY YAY YAY vtkvf' kv: 7.7 vlv vi YAY 1.7 v.y vly yny yd fi ,gt :jg ex? 61 V, 6 V 1 N fvwfcbl GI ff X Q 11 Q L W WL? WW M W f Fw SME wid ' ?-fgigx Q M 4059 A ' H 2 -ja 'Q cfs? J' ,Y J? P " 4 Q 5151.1 A , W pf -I A . rgaf li 4 . - J I I - Q ' I, I 1 1 QW S 'SI A 3" SOPIIOMORE EDITORS ,..... Lamar Peacock, Perry Torbett -I , sw I IRS' 9, , -- 7AeTHRO ATEESKA 'if ,.f- an A Q Q , - uk ,. V ip ' A AASA I , W2 ' A I if A ... 2- Annual S cgf A, .......d...... ...... J ane Jones I U 4 1: ASSISTANT EDITOR -H -- Harvey cohen 4. 1. 2 ART EDITOR .......... --- Janet Van Cise ,, I BUSINESS MANAGER --- --- Robert Holman I ASSISTANT EDITOR ...... . ...... , ........,. Frances Knight ' A Qi PHOTOGRAPI-IIC ERI'l'ORS--Mnry F. Cannon, Marion Arthur I '- LITERARY EDITOR ....,.......,.......,... - Gloria Scoville I 'E , - , ASSISTANT LITERARY EDITORS 7' Alf , E Polly DuVernet, Ben Bozeman, Julian Crane FEATURE EDITOR ................,....... Elizabeth Lucas .ff ASSISTANT FEATURE EDITORS ia A Ruby M. McDaniel, Peggy Tomlin ' fy Billy Parker, Nancy Demaree I ATHLETIC EDITOR ............................ Frank Allen 1 ASSISTANT ATHLETIC EDITORS Marjorie Peach, Billy Williams ' CIRCULATION MANAGER ........ . ........ W... B anks Haley " ,,mAh A EL , gy 'A ASSISTANT CIRCULATION MANAGERS ' Russie Brown, Curtis Cline, Mary Redfearn I K ADVERTISING MANAGER ............,........ Octavia Spies I ASSISTANT ADVERTISING MANAGERS James Cook, Lyda Gibson, Elizabeth Garbutt Egg Tom Rushin, Anne Stokes ,, , SENIOR EDITORS ..... ..,..,.... J erry Conoly, Ryan Mock , if 7 JUNIOR EDITORS ....... - Theora Whittlesey, Harry Wilson -QE ,V A 3 I FRESI-IMAN EDITORS ..,. Katherine Champion, Buddy Speer 5753 I f ,wi D - , TYPIST ,,,.,.... - ...., ............ ......,. R u eh Barbre ,, , fi ' 'R f kj ,Q r,,' I jgjj if-g A nei' ' - I IA, 255 'f W S' I 4 A 4' I' W :E J .N l S! A 'i" or V ' A l rf ., -, 'f I I I s t. Q2 ' A k 4 ,, QL ' I in I A I 5 Z I .ss, ,.,s 1 ' A ,,,, A A , elsl In f if l xl ,1 p I w, If QY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY Y. i I Q 5 5 XYAV YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY KY YAY YA I Y I AQT RCD ATE SKA -"'-"W - I l ' ii:-"""" Auamw cmnor Qfoviegf Pony Du vemec-President l Elizabeth Garbun-secremry Harvey Cohen-Vice President Banks Haley-Treasurer aooococo: Marian Arthur Lola Inman Jane Jones V Julia Kalmon Elizabeth Lucas Ruby Mae McDaniel Gloria Scoville Peggy Tomlin Janet Van Cise Ruth Van Cise F Ben Bozeman T. G. Browning' Frank Bozeman Curtis Cline Jerry Conoly . Octavia Spies Carolyn Merritt Nancy Demaree T. J. Adair Eleanor Crumbley Helen Davis Eileen Hayes Carolyn Simon Frances Weatherly Theora Whittlesey James Robinson Harry Wilson Allean Arnold Helen Deese Lorraine Ferrell Lucile Feingold Peggy Torbett Madie Bell Taylor 'Earl Fowler' Abie Goldsmith Charlie Holman Lamar Peacock Frank Teele Charles Smith Thomas Troutman ' ' l955 1 l , , A A A A A' A "l' 1 XNA A A A 4 Ee ga :ug FJ' 34 gk: EL Ffh 5: rl! TQ ,Q 1 Q. 225 wg. if EE ii? EF :fi K ki W C NW, ,Q 4 10 M5 lk! fi' in W: 61 MI sg ii! Fi wi TW? M, wi EQ . N il-A Q F .R M lil 31,1 KS: 121 Ea 155 Q A , mm My ag E? fi "1 54 E21 f7Ae THRU NAT EESKA HERALDCXHIMUVSTAFF Editor-in-Chief, Gloria Scovillg associate editor, Ben Bozeman: senior boy reporter, Julian Crane: senior girl class reporter, Marion Arthur: junior boy reporter, Harry Willson: junior girl reporter. Lola lnmang sophomore girl reporter, Karleen Daniels: sophomore boy reporter, Abie Goldsmith: reporters, Curtis Cline, Harvey ,Cohen, Thomas Troutman, James Robinson, Peggy Tomlin, Polly DuVernet, Carolyn Simon, Theora Whittlesey, Charles Smith: typist, Ruby Terry. S.O.S.CLUB "Seekers of Success' Members: Ruth Barbre Frances Brooks Hylda Neal Edna Long Sara Tharin Ruby Terry Q w Thomas fRushin Millie Cannon Gwendolyn Sanders QY YAY aY'Y.Y YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAYSC A " N '1Y.Y YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YY Y.Y A f7AeCTHRO ATEESKA GIRIS GLEE CLUB Ollirers: l'l'PSlf'lCHf, Carolyn Merritt: Vive President, Carol M:-sseyg Ffcclwltary, Mary Florence Cannon: Librarians, Laura Mae Shinliel and N4-al Grissl-tt. Helen llevs, Pemfy 'l'0rbett, Maidie Belle Taylor, Laura Mae Shinkol, Sara Carter, Mary Ella Yancey, Helen 'IJuVerns-t, Julia Kalmon, Lorraine Ferrell, lsahel Williamson, Jerry Cunoly, Carol Massey, Ruth Van Uise, Lola Inman. Jane Kay, Carnlyn Smith, Janet Van Uisl-, Mary Whitvheall. Carolyn Ml-rrett, Jeanne Margaret Klein, Neal Grissett, Anne Stokes, Lyda Gilzson, Carolyn Simon, Lueile Feingold, Pianist, Mrs, H. H. Perry, Director. 1 BOYS GLEE CLUB Ollicers: President, Robert Holman, Secretary, Emmett Mills: Treasurer, James Cook. John Cripps, Wayne- Roper, Frank Allen, Alva Joiner, Billy Parlwr, Rubs-rt Holman, John Sutton, Marvin Loriyy. llennis Freeman, Emmett Mills, James Robinson, Rossi- Watkins, Frank Bozeman, Le Rny Newell, John Watkins, Walstein Johnson, Floyd Morris, Gordon Reynolds, Earl l4'owlvr, Franklin Colmon, Cliurles Smith, James Cook, James Kinyr, Mrs. H. H. Perry. lJi1'e-ctor: Lorraine Ferrell, Pianist. A I LY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAf:l " " ' 1YAv YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY KY YAY 'On THE BAN D TRVMPETS Nellie McDaniel, Roy Culpepper, Freddie Bivans, Roger Moznette, Earl Fowler, Dunbar ltoliertson. LLARINHAS Everett Martin, Herbert Sehomburtv, Boi-bie Huie. TROMBONES- - Berner Brirhres, Frank Dekle. BARITONES Ernest Bivans. M1'. Lacey. ALTO SAXOPHONES Howard Lee, llurldy Speer, Newton Burke. TENOR SAXAPHONE Hob Striymlingx. ALTO-Mrs. Laeey. BASS' f Clarence Boynton. DRUMS-Ralpli Jones, Slam Farkas, William Cooper. CHMBALS-Frank Bozeman. JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB OFFICERS, 1934-35: Lida Gibson, president: James Robinson, vice-president: Geraldine Conoly, secretary: Caroline Simon, treasurer, Ruth Van Cise, press reporter: Carolyn Merritt and Anne Stokes, 1l1'Uj,,"i-ITG committee. Dorothy Allen, Katherine Anderson, Lorna Atwood. Evelyn Battey, Joan Bivens, Katherine Boynton, Ben Bozeman. Frank Bozeman, Dorothy Cannon, Mary Florence Cannon, Sarah Carter, Eloise Champion, Katherine Champion, Franklin Colman, Geraldine Conoly, Jane Cook, John Cripps, Karleen Daniell, Helen Dees, Harriet Ethridgre, Lucille Fiengoltl, Ann Fleming, Dennis Freeman, Lyda Gibson, Elizabeth Gritlin, Neal Grisset, Will C. Hewett, Robert Holman, Lola Inman, Walstein Johnson, Julia Kalmon, Ray Kieve. Hob Kimbrell, Elizabeth Lewis, Mary Lewis, Marvin Lorigr, Everett Martin, Carol Massey, Christine MeCamy, Maryraret McNeil, Carolyn Merritt, Frances Mitchell, Carolyn Page, Billy Parker, Ruth Paschal, Helen Peek, Mrs, Perry, Pesrsry Price, Sue' Pritchett, Martha Richardson, Margaret Rhodes. James Robinson, Zelma Shiver, Caroline Simon, Charles Smith, Jane Stevenson, Anne Stokes, John Sutton, Eugenia Taylor, Bennie Tison, Edwina Torbett, Peggy Torbett, Thomas Troutman, Janet Man Cise, Ruth Van Cise, Mary Whitehead, Lucy Wightman, Isabel Williamson, Mary Ella Yancey, arie West. - '7Ae THRU NAT EESKA PIANO CLUB Lucilv l'lClIlp!'0lLl, Prvsidont: Lorraine I"es1'1'0ll, Vico 1,l'OSllll'Ill2 llolvn llvos, Som-rotary: Mary VVhite- head, '1'r0asurvrg Mary Tift. Press 'Rc-porter: Sara Lac-y, Mary l-lli,aalwl,l1 Mullin, Kathryn Champion, Anna Louisu McCormick, Dorothy Cullrrcllx, Sue Prilchvtt, Fllizaheth Colwy, Lucy VVly1lll,fYl2!ll, l"lorisl0 Grayllon, Oscar Prisant, l'zu-rislm E1-win. DEBATE CLUB Mary l'll0l'k'Yll'O Cannon, Nancy llomarce, Elizabeth Garlrutt, Marian Al'l,llllI', l'Hl'll2lfTIUlll.1ll'lHIlI Mary Pcauh, PCL!5Iy Tomlin, Carol Massa-y, Orlavia Spies, Pl'-'Sllifxlllj Russio Brown, Polly llnVs3l'nvt, Vivo l'rcsiflL-nl: Fralwvs Knight, Julia Kalman, Mary Simon, Carolyn Simon, l'r1-ss lim-portcr: Lola Inman, Sucretary: Iflluanor Crumhla-y, Helm-n Davis, Elizabeth Luvaw, Evvlyn Britt, Jane Jon:-s, l"1'am'L-s Weatherly, Eugenia Taylor, Marjolie Pvach, Jane Cook, Harriett Ellivlw-flue, C+,-vile Bacon, Time Kevin-1'3 Theora Whittlesny, Myra Nell Kennedy, Ruby Mac ML-Daniel, Honorary, Misa: Brosnan, Sponsor, Mixs Greene: Helen lJuVcrnct, '1'1'0asul'e1'. rn N' ff ,, Vs If QY YAY VAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY' NAv YAY YAY YAY YAY YAv vAy vAy vAy A - 766 THRo NAT EE SKA - L lHODERNlJTERARYfHHLD Nadine Alton, Ruth Barbra, Russie Brown, Emogene Chester, Margaret Culbreth, 'Myrtiee Davis, Elizabeth Deal, Nancy lleniaree, Polly lJUVCl'HEt, Hilda Fowler, Eleanor Garrelt, Virginia Giddens, Neal Grissett, Lula Gurr, Mamruerite Hinson, Jeanne Margaret Klein, Frances Knight, Elizabeth Lucas, Dolly Lundy, Carolyn Merritt, Valera Mobley, Hylda Neal, Marjorie Peach, Mary Peach, Mary Redfearn, Anne Sc'hombur1,r, Gloria SL-ovill, Octavia Spies, Beatrice Stephens, Anne Stokes, Lenora Tanner, Sarah Tharin, Betty VVarrl, Maruaret Williams. Ollicersz Russie Brown, Mary Peach, Polly lluVernet, Franres Knight. N.R.A.CLUB Motto: "We Do Our Part." Jane Aeker, Virginia Amonette, Mary Grace Armstrong,1Allean Arnold, Lorna Atwood, Cecile Bacon, Evelyn Bailey, Estelle Belk, Annie Pearl Chaney, Helen Davis, Helen DuVernet, Pauline Freeman, Doris Hardison, Evelyn Harrison, Inez Holly, Evelyn Johnson, JJulia Kalmon. Carolyn Lee, Mary Lewis, Evelyn Lewis, Louise Mann, Manni Mock, Sybil Moree, Edyle Pitts, Floy Porter, Dorothy Sutton, Kato Wallace, Claire Weston, Mary Ella Yancey, Evelyn Johnson, Evelyn Scales, Margaret Spence. , lyk ,1 -A y, If Q7 YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YA A AWAY YAY YAY YAY YAY vAv vAv ny vAv 0 - S748 inno NAT EESKA Hag, A -2 ,slr ,ii M el I gl A , . an y l .Af A, L .4151 .JIS , ' " I . it ,.e, 7 E E Q 9. 4' I C dill- a... .Ji .4 I Jf .MLS . A BOYS' LITERARY CLUB Frank Allen, Hubert Batey, Zeke Bass, John'Beck, J. N. Boggs, Ben Bozeman, Frank Bozeman, Cullen Brannon, IJ. T. Browning, T. G. Browning, Curtis Cline, Harvey Cohen, Joe Colson, James Cook, James Corbett, Julian Crane, John 'Cripps, Harry Davis, Banks Haley: Lloyd Henry. Leonard Hester, Robert Holman, Alva Joiner, David Jones, Ed Justice, Jack Kennedy, Bob Lambe. Walter Manning, Everett Martin, Ryan Mock. Floyd Morris, George Moznette, Tom 0'Connor, Bill Pace. Billy Parker, Malcolm Piper, James Robinson, Billy Rakel, Wayne Roper, James Scales, J. W. Scott, Goulding Slappey, Charles Smith, Thomas Troutman, John Watkins, Billy Williams, Harry Wilson. Bobby Wolfe. Oflicf-rs: President, Harry Davis: Secretary, Billy Williams: Vice President, lfrank Allen: Treasurer, Julian Crane. THE BUSY B'S LITERARY SOCIETY Etta Mae Arthur, Louise Belk, Hazel Carter, Jane Cook, Eleanor Crumbley, Billie iCulver, Winnie Dill, Harriett Etheredge, Alberta Gibson, Helen Gurr, Eileen Hayes, Myra Nelle Kennedy, Eva Morris, Anne Newlin, ,Ruth Norris, Gerry Paschall, Anne Pettis, Marjorie Rosenberg, Carolyn Simon, Eugenia Taylor, Frances Weatherly, Elizabeth West. 9 A , 1 27 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'II A H i 1'I 'I 'I 'I 'A 'I 'I Y' 'I We THRO NAT EESKA 4-5 MINUTES WITH MODERN AUTHORS Ihxrolhy Allen. Joann Huttvy, lizirolinc BIIITICSTTILNV, Milliv UJIIIIIUII, Mary Hull, Ella-n HQ-nlf-y. Lulu Immun. Jzxm- Iizly. Kslliv lVIallzu'x1, Kathleen Pzxttvrson, lim-is Phillips, Ethel Illlomlvs, Gwcmlolyn Sumh-1's, lluris Sellors, Oplmliu Smith, Louisn Smikh, Louise TllU1'llT.UIl. ldriwzxzm Tm'hQtt, Agua-s Wnllsulv, 'l'l1uu1':1 VVhit1lcsvy, Eclyth Wood. DRAMATIC CLUB .lzmv Avkvr, T'1l'2llIk Allvn, Etta Max- Arthur, Marion Arthur, Uuidn llvlvn Al'!l1Sll'4lll!, I,u1'nzl Atwuud, lic-n Iinxx-1n.:1n, Hurry lmvis, Elm-pmol' Gurrvtt, Alhs-rin Gibson, .lzmv Kay, 1':u'ulyn Luv, Ffhirluy Minsk. Iiuhy M110 Mvllzxuicl, Mary Silllilll, Aunt-s Smith, lillyrollin Tzxylur, l"1'z1m's-s Wozlthcrly, 'l'lu-urn Whitilcsey. 'Yvrvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvfv "H" MWYVYVYY v v v v ALALAAAAAL, xAAAAAYAYlYlYYlY bil 7Ae THRU NAT EE SKA PIDELES Mzwimx Arthur Gorzxldime Vonoly Jnuc- Jones Curtis Clinz- Cyrus llivim- Ruby Mac Mc-Ilzmiol Pvxilly Tumli n Mary Gl'2ll'Q Al'!11SLl'0Il1L' Russic Iiruwrl Hvlc-n Davis Julia Kulmun INTER NOS J:xucK:1y Kl'lwm':l VVhi1tlcsm-y Elkiu Freemzln J. 'l'. Gilmer' x Jzunes Ihuhinson 'Fhzrmzxs Truutm John Watkins Hurry VVillsou in I1 4 ,v v If f vvvvvvvvvvv vvv vfx " Wvvv vvvvv v v v IAAAAAIAIA SAAAAAIIIHVU nv- Y U7ilzleizbs--- ' f . 1 7 'fn 3- f X FP-1 X " PW ! N ,, lil rf 1 .VV f YQ 2 33 ' 1 ' f A - A J- an v ,gi f -ff 5 Nkk xf fy.. , giffifq. ,, 1 f fsgaaaiew ' W- ff ,ETT7 f 1 Q XR -X V yf 2' '24 -Z K f ' ,f'!.- f' 1 fb Q f I I f 2' Ml f W!! 41 W Z H X "X 1? , tk? n- 762 THRU NAT EE SKA goalie!! The continuation of Mr. H. E. McNabb's coaching proved intensely successful during the season of 1934. He coached a very light and inexperienced team through a successful season which in the end laid claim to co-championship with Thomasville High School. At the beginning of the season, the Albany fans had little hope for the Bravesg but as the season progressed, the team showed some promise of possible accomplish- ment. The first surprise for the fans came in the first game which was with Sylvester. The Sylvester Eagles scored twelve points in the first few minutes of play, but the Braves came back with astounding drive and won the game with a final score of 27-12. The Indians were again successful in the next fthree games, winning a hard fight against Cairo with a final score of 14-0. This victory was followed with another the next Friday against Americus. The final score was 13-0. Again the home team held up the standard by defeating Cordele 15-0. The Indians reached their peak the following Friday at LaGrange. Albany was out-weighed tremendously, but nevertheless, the Albany boys played excellent football. The heavy LaGrange line failed to stop the driving line plays of the lighter team. Because of the lack of suiiicient weight to continue the punch against the heavy line, and because several of Albany's best players were injured, the LaGrange Blues were victorious in a score of 26-13. The battle between the Indians and the Tifton Blue Devils proved to be a scoreless tie. This tie was followed by another victory for thelIndians against the Moultrie Packers with a score of 18-0. The Friday following the victory again gave credit to the Braves in a close game with Bainbridge. After a hard afternoon the home team came out on top with a score of 6-0. The Indians did not uphold their winning record against Valdosta and were de- feated badly 27-0. The final game of the season, which wis played with Thomasville was a scoreless tie. This game gave the Albany Indians claim to co-championship of the district. -FRANK ALLEN. x4 ,1 -4 if V YAY wiv wav vlv YAY wiv YAY nv vf' xx' viv vlv vtv xv vnv vlv xv Av We THRU TEESKA 4 . -Q 'Q ff 4' xr I' 1 I K, 3? oofbazff CHARLES KING-END- Charlie played consistently throughout the season. He was a good pass receiver and by his receiving put the team in scoring posi- tion several times during the season. ZEKE P. BASS-GUARD -Zeke, with his stocky build, stopped many op- ponents who tried to gain through the center of the line. He played good foot- ball, both offensive and defensive. B U F 0 R D COLLINS- QUARTERBACK - after several years of anxious waiting on the bench, Col- lins played football this season as no other quar- terback of his size and ex- perience could play. It was by his correct calling of signals that the Braves were able to be victorious. NEAL ALLEN - END -- Because of Neal's out- standing ability as an end, he was chosen for the all association team. He was a good punter, passer, re- ceiver, and runner. TOM BROWN-HALF- BACK-Tom could handle the pigskin better than any player on the field. I-Ie was a good open field runner and made long gains through the oppos- ing teams. RYON M 0 C K- END- Ryon played very good football at end and made the competition keen. He was wide awake and ready for anything that came his way. 1 N A ' ' " 'A' 'A' 'A' 'AV 'A' 'A' 'Afj I 5 1'A' 'A' 'AY 'A' 'A 'A 'A A7 ' A f7Ae THRU NAT EESKA f oath!!! RIDLEY ALLEN, HALFBACK Ridley did some nice blocking this year on offense. He also proved to be good at stopping the opposing team. BILLY RAKEL, CENTER Billy held up the standard for Albany cen- ters and was fone of the hardest fighting play- ers on the team. He was chosen as center for the all association second team and alternate captain for the Braves. VERNON JONES, GUARD Vernon had as much determination and pluck as any man on the team. He stopped the opposing teams in their own backfield and Won himself a position on the all association second team. DENNIS FREEMAN, FULLBACK Dennis gave the Indians glory repeatedly throughout the season. He had a pass and a punch lthat won him a place on the all asso- ciation team as full back. A I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'A' X ' 9 5 I 'I ' 'A 'A 'A 'A ' 'AV ' ' ' 1 X I inf .fri 11 W ff., 'N . wrfjgf .Wig ii z 'L 4 1 'li es Pe f gf .f .. 'Q an f is R Q, f M .gb 4 X f '-Q ,," 'X f. Y sg -Z 3 . .ay 45 M f ,Q J E 'K fe . ni We THRU NAT EESKA oolhlfl HARRY DAVIS-TACKLE -l-larry won the reputation of being the hardest hitting man in the conference. He was elected tackle for thte all association second team and captain of the Albany Braves. BILLY WILLIAMS- GUARD-Billy was a good "s c r a p p e r" and came t h r 0 u g h the competition with high h o n o r s. He played the game as it should be played. JIM SMITH - HALFBACK -Jim was the best blocker on the field this year. He played his game clean, fair, :md with a good spirit. BILLY GEORGE-HALF? BACK-Billy could "take it." He didn't get credit for all he did, but was a good ball player with plenty of drive and speed. JIMMY CAI-IILL - GUARD -Jimmy played a good sea- son of football. He led plays nicely on offense, and stopped the opponents dead on defense. HARRY ARTHUR-TACK- LE-Harry showed outstand- ing ability at tackle. He not only won .honors for himself, but made the com- petition keen. DAN ROYAL--TACKLE- Dan was a real tackle who could not only "dish it out," but he could "take it." Dan won himself a place on the all association team and well deserved it. f ,U '1 Ir we 1 K , ..., if X f L ,Q I eh. 1 is 'EI .k f V. V- 4 I Fl . ar Y i. Q Q , N Q 2 W ,:e...,f 'if 'fee i , i me , ' I E F ' nk , 1' K . xy ,J H I fr 253 I 1 K K , E 5 XY fspigwrh 5 A :L5.xf'2iQ'fZ,gf, ,y ,, , H f?Z,"'T,-".l'9 , 22-ft! ,V ,Z ' , I zu M, , ,l l ,... ,., t u ,. ...M vb .S . 1 V.-27' ' 1 -5 . Q L fqgwv ,. , ...' ,IXWLTZLQ ,:,.. A L'L' ' -A -mfiiiifz. 'f2f2-2.m.g1zg2zi, zfggsi' H 5.L,-f.- Li e x ai 52 are-. v ff 3 r f. , . fr M . " fr x wg f F L Q3 4' 0- D S b , my K K S, . ' 3 'S' 4 Y A' 5 it . 2 s K .5 . t H .sm -.Z .3 H., . 'Q t W, R , 'N K i yi K . af, X SD. W 1. fs ,, .Q 1 af .lx 5.3 4 5, swf 3, 5 . ,lay . We L 2 r 5, fx mf VE, I 'Y -K gff 'iff 3 L ,, K aw, te M he 4 ' ' I was 3' x3-Wes M W L Q We tw sg a2,?Ei,P'i S Mist, ,,,Nj'fW Q M S Y X u L ef 5 . L awww ,Mx gym it qt QMS Q I .1 5 1+ eff is Ili ' fi'5'i4fii.MiLfsHggPLi1l L52g2fg,'gw4'v.11.egze V , I 'im.,,. ,.:g--v .gfatsgs s ,yry llvri A , ..., M I u uios w.s.ez 1. V .w,1f1f,mtwt..1w. ' Yvvvvvvvvvwy vvf v A A A A A YY V YY Y YA V AY 7.7 9 N4 AU ll A' A A "H A, V XX A li I VI' We THRU NAT EESKA Eazskefbaff Albany had a very successful basketball season this year. Two tro- phies were presented to the team for permanent possession, because we have won the district tournament for three successive years. This made the sixth consecutive year that the Albany Indians have won the district tournament. This year's schedule was 'unusually heavy. They encountered such teams as Tech High, this year's G. I. A. A. Champions, Boys High, runner up to Tech High in G. I. A. A. tournament thisyear, Lanier, last year's State Champions, the strong Georgia Freshman five, the veteran Donalsonville quintet, and other formidable foes in our own district. Albany placed five players on the All-Association team: -Neal Allen and Toby Royal, forwards, Tom Brown, center, and Dan Royal and Osgood Pearson, guards. Albany was never threatened during the whole tournament fand won it easily, no foe coming within ten points of defeat- ing the Indians. Albany defeated Moultrie in the final game by the score of thirty-one to twenty. The Indians have a good chance to win fthe state meet this year. This will make the sixth consecutive year that Albany has been to Athens to the state meet, something no other team has ever done. The Basketball squad was composed of the following boys: Neal Allen, Toby Royal, James Cook and John Beck, forwards, Tom Brown, Harold Snelling and Harry Davis, centers, Dan Royal, Osgood Pearson, Billy Williams and Roy Striplin, guards. Of these boys only eight will receive letters. -BILLY WILLIAMS. ' " " 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'fs A H '1'A' 'A' 'A' 'I 'I 'I 'A' A' " Baykefbczfl Qjlcores Below is the list of games which Albany played this season and the scores of each: ,xv ,4f . It .1 iiw if fw- B 1 it QN WQI by 1 A Allen Royal Pearson Brown Royal 1, ry Albany 22 Sumner 16 Albany 21 1 Plains 27 Albany 34 Sale City 4 Albany 15 Warwick 27 Albany 26 Sylvester 10 Albany 27 Warwick 15 Albany 38 Camilla 5 Albany 37 Boys High 24 Albany 26 Moultrie 16 Albany 28 Lanier 32 Albany,27 Tech High 33 Albany 15 Canton 16 Albany 23 Moultrie 21 Albany 27 Tifton 20 Albany 1 G. Freshmen Albany 13 Tech High 33 Albany 21 Thomasville 15 Albany 24 I Donalsonville 26 Albany 22 Lanier 55 Albany 29 Canton 25 'YJ ?'s flsvnlrf 1 2 . xl, , -A s Q3 ' A 1 1 g 'X ar 5 it X l Cook Striplin Snelling Williams Beck 7Ae THRU NAT EESKA Qirly' Basketball With three regulars back from last year, the Squaws opened the season of 1934-35 with a bang by defeating Sumner. The regulars that returned were Merritt, Redfearn and Demaree and with the added strength of Lucas, Hall and Peach, the season had to be a great success. Losing only to Camilla and Donalsonville during the season, 'the success of the tournament seemed an assured thing. Albany drew a bye in the first game of the tournament at Bainbridge and on February 28, they played the winner' of the Bainbridge and Thomasville game, which happened to be Bainbridge. iOn the following day, Albany defeated Bainbridge by a one-sided score, but in the semi- finals on Friday Camilla won over Albany by one points The success of this season was due to the excellent coaches, Mr. Lee and Miss Vinson. At the end of the year the Squaws were 'honored by placing Mary Redfearn, captain and forward, and Elizabeth Lucas, guard, on the All-Association team. -MARJORIE PEACH. xl ,1 H If ' YAY vv viv vtv YAY wiv YAY YAY vfl ' xxv v.v vAv YAY wiv xv vt my I 1 Qirls' Bwfiefbczll Team av Redfearn Peach Lucas Demaree Hall Stephens Sellers Merritt Simon Weatherly Pollock Gibson 762 TH R0 NAT EESKA mia Baskefbczll Glwmpiom Front Row :-Pearson, D. Royal, Brown, Allen, R. Royal. Back Row:-Corbin, Williams, Davis, Beck, Coach Lee. r vv YV " -- " "N .Y YAY YAY A vAv YAY vi var YAY V. I S Av qv vlv YAY vlv YAY vnv gv viv LOST IN A FOG x J VKK Q fi? fs X fi E K,- - we THRO NAT EESKA 6572? Yjersomzlifies Most bealrtifcd Ca1Ao1.MafaQeq V vPaaf'a:m.oU:r1tQ. CHQICE Handsoxraest Pmolapdhoqal Cuigest bog Robert Holinagn Gibson Most hepresenmtibe Elizabeth Gugxfoutt ' Most Pxcipires entafclfue HHTDCQ Cohen fxl ,1 -4 v. If OA . 6571? Tersomlifiey 1. Most Athletic 2. Most Popular 3. Most Intellectual Mary Redfearn Harry Davis Lyda Gibson Robert Holman Marion Arthur Harvey Cohen Most De endabl lEllizabeth.Garbutt P e Curtis Cline Anne Stokes Most Talented Marvin Lori 2 657140 Teryomzlifies 1. Friendliest 2. Most Ambitious 3. M ost lflntertainingg 7. Our Octavia Spies Charles King Evelyn Britt Curtis Cline Ruby Terry Marvin Lorig Venus-Lyda Gibson Most Dignified Best Sport Best Dressed ', ,JM K LP 3-J Geraldine Conoly Banks Haley Mary Redfearn Dennis Freeman Lyda Gibson Robert Holman Our Apollo-Frank Allen Y We THRU NAT EESKA ' Hifi fit iss Im2rmafio11--- Wee Dear Miss Lotta Bunk, . I am a good looking girl but rather dumb. I like to have a good time in a nice way. I am not a Jealous type but it does make me a bit angry to have my best girl friend take 'my boy friend away from me. I love him very much and my girl friend already has a very devoted male any- way. Shall I iwrite him and ask him to come uack to me? I think it best to tell the girl friend to lay off my property. Yours truly. SO HELPME. Dear So Helpme, Don't write to him. Try to get some new boy friends or stay single. As for the girl. a small amount of strychnine in coffee doesn't taste. Need I say more? Yours, MISS LOTTA BUNK. Dear Miss Lotta Bunk, I am a well known girl in the High School and considered one of the "loud lspeakersn of the Junior class. During the Christmas vacation while in Bainbridge I fell very deeply in love. But I can not study my lessons or .play basketball because he doesn't write to me. If something doesn't happen I will fail all my subjects. Please tell me how I can make him write to tme. - WHY 0'WI-IY. Dear Why 0'Why, Send him a self-addressed envelope then he might write to you. Here's some good advice. Why not become a telepathist and then you could go into a trance and talk to him, or maybe you are already in a trance. MISS LOTTA BUNK. Dear Miss Lotta Bunk, I am very worried on account of a pest. I am just a. Sophmore and very young and inno- cent. I do not go with girls because I think they are silly but there is one girl that lis running after me. Every where I go she goes, too. Every time she sees me she yells at me and calls me her "darling." This embarrasses me very much. I've tried giving her carbolic acid but it only made her sick. Please .tell me if it is advisable to shoot her. Will appreciate anything you say on WHY ME. Dear Why You, W From your description I think she is a very :ommon species of termite commonly called 'Wooden Shoe." fWooden shoe" give me this and 'Wooden Shoe" give me that.j The only way to get rid of this type is to shoot them but I do not advise you to do this because you might have to hang and then you might 'meet her later on. MISS LOTTA BUNK. getting rid of insects. Dear Miss Lotta Bunk, I'm a Senior, not bad looking, have a car, and my parents tell me I'm a good, sweet boy. My problem is one that has caused me many sleepless nights. I have been hooked by a gal that at .first seemed to like me but now won't give me a thought. Talk about a second fiddle! I don't even play the Jew's harp. Don't ask me to give her up because I have tried but can't. Please tell me in your own wise way how to make a hit with her or, if there is no remedy, where to find a good revolver. Sincerely, HEADING FOR THE, ETC. Dear Heading for the, etc., You are probably so innocent you are still wet behind the ears. This is the way it is. A skirt will work hard to hook you and when she has hooked you quits and lets you work for awhile. It seems as if she has quit working. Or maybe she realizes what she is getting. MISS LOTTA BUNK. Dear Miss Lotta Bunk, I'm a boy eighteen years old, considered very good-looking, and liked especially by the girls. I'm a football hero and participate in all the other sports which seems to have been the best for my anatomy. There are two girls in my life, a. blonde and a brunette. I love them both dearly and both have confessed they ilove me. I'm not two-timing either one, but I realize that soon because of worry I will not be able to be their football hero and before this time must choose my one true love. Please advise me how to find the choice of my heart. Dear Ima Bumm, My boy, your and I have found the best advice is out of :three waste I will send you my IMA BUMM. situation is one of thousands after careful experiment that to send the bottoms knocked paper baskets by airmail and special tonic to grow fat and ugly. After this time the one that is still in love with you will be your true love. You may lose both but you have to take a chance. Columbus took a chance and died in jail. Yours, MI SS LOTTA BUNK. A A A Q A A A . f xi ,v A v, if 2 YAY YA YAY YAY YAY YAY YY YW I I xY.Y YAY YAY YY YAY YY YAY YY YY Hof - -7173-X f7Ae THRU NAT EE SKA uesfion ox Who is the girl that got an egg broken over her head? Who is the girl who gave all of her boy friends ties for Christmas? .Who IS the girl that was told that she was so innocent lthat she was still wet behind the ears? Wlhat girl gives glass eggs for Christmas? What glrl told a certain boy that he wasn't her type? -What boy wanted to set off a box of fire crackers under his old girl's friend o-n Christmas Night? What Well known boys around here are goingl in for aunts now instead of nieces? What Sophomore g1rl's time is so filled that s e has no time for study? What 'has happened to- dear ole A. H. S. that so many girls look to other towns for their tete-a-tetes? Who is "Love in Bloom?" , What very talkative Senior girl has met herfmatch? What's causing a sudden decline in the onrush of a Sophomore dizzy blonde? Is it true that a dark-haired Junior girl has hooked an ole college man? What fiourishing love affairsA'were broken up when our last year's graduates re- turned for the Christmas holidays? Do you think that the match makers are doing much business these days? What Sophomore boy uses mercurochrome for a mouth-wash before going on parties? May we be privileged to ask why a certain Senior boy tears up notes in Geometry last period? What is the "Black List ?" Who is on it?? Why? ?? Who is the male in the Sophomore class that keeps the Freshman girls guessing? Who are the twins latest? Why does a certain Senior boy Wish that he were twins? What well known boy showed 'his childish nature by riding a pong at the carnival? What well known Junior boy wears the initials of A. C. on his and? Why does a certain Junior girl like the song "Rain" so much. Is it true that Lida Gibson really enjoyed the Football games? What would happen if Charlie couldn't keep his Amie's and Anne's apart? Bubba's Latest Achievement-Teaching automobiles to turn cartwheels. Why does Nancy blush? Q "Love is the Sweetest Thing"-or so it seems to Elizabeth Griffin and Emmett Height who have had up a case for many years. I can forsee that many a Freshman will maintain at exam time that teachers just don't grade on the most worthwhile knowledge. Ain't Love Grand? Well, if you don't know, just ask Julia Kalmon or Charlie Davis. Sara Carter believes that googoo-eyes and winning smiles help a lot. Why can't Frank and Kid behave occasionally in Mr. Mac's class? Why does Sue Pritchett spurn the handsome Apollo who unfailingly telephones her every nlght? QA word with Apollo pleasej Rome was not built in a day. We wonder why Neal Allen sings love songs so much. Here comes Acker with a bang! bang! bang! Seems to be the latest style. Hepburn sold the idea. Anne Schomberg has a sho' nuff QPardon My Southern Accentj good place for the Alpha Omega Club meetings. Also an unusually nice creek to 'fall in. We wonder who "Cuz""Rushin's fiame is or if he's got one. And there is the Senior who th ht the leaves turn red in the fall because they were blushing to think how green had 'been all summer. The1'e's a certain Peggy Price who declares that her income was about 2 A. M. during the Christmas holidays. lWhoa, Peggy, think of your future. Ryan Mock says it must have been moon glow in Newton. He also saw stars and heard some crickets sing. Who is the young lady that keeps refusing Toby Royal dates? u I overheard that Mary Simon got a'Inew fellow while away-but that's nothing new, says Mary. S A gr YAY varviv vlv vAv vtr YAY YAY vfjl I ' 5 'xW.v v.v vlv uv YAY 'AY YAY VAY Viv vi 1 - we THRO NAT EESKA - 1 , 1 2' 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I: I 5 1'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I Y' 'I ... We THRU NAT EE SKA Glelebrzhey on Board Einstein Cohen Dizzy Dean Cline Gracie Allen Spies Amos Lorig- Paderewsky Jones ' Emily Post Knight Ruth St. Dennis Stokes Red Grange Freeman Dick Powell Allen Carolyn Miller Scovill McClelland Barclay Van Cise Patsy Kelly Demaree Georgia Coleman Redfearn Zasu Pitts Brown Max Factor Crane Madame Sylvia Culbreth Henry Ford Haley of Hollywood Ruth Bryan DuVernet Kathryn Hepburn Garbutt Bill Tilden Sleep Al Capone Beck Prof. Wottasnozzle Browning Frances Perkins Arthur Wimpy Bass Judge Bingham Beck Bef! Qfellery zzz the Tbromzteefka zbmry 1. "How ho Have Peaceful Dates"-by Marian Arthur. 2. "How We Can Best Improve A. H. S."-by Curtis Cline. 3. "The Stronger Sex"-by Cile Bacon. 4. 'eHow to Gain Out-of-Town Admirers"-by Mary Simon. 5 Cl . The Advantages pf Being Hurt"-by Frank Allen, ll 6. The Way to a Woman's Heart, a New Car"-by Harold Snelling. 7. "How to Become a French Teacher"-by Frank Bozeman. 8. "My Philosophy of Life"-'by Gloria Scovill. 9. "Breaking a Date"--by Tom Brown. 10. "How to Tell Fortunes fand JokesJ"-by Nancy Demaree. 11. "How to Become a What-a-Man"-by Neal Allen. 12. "How to Keep Up a Conversation"-by Octavia Spies. 13. "Eat and Grow Thin"-by Russie Brown. 14. "The Advantages of Being Pretty"-bWCarol Massey. 15. "How to Become the World's Most Perfectly Developed Man"- by Dennis Freeman. 16. "Dance Routine"-by Anne Stokes. 17. "What .Price Glory"-by Robert Holman. 18. "The Art of Making Up"-by Harry and Tid Bit. 19. "The More the Merrier"-'by Peggy Price. 20. "History of the United States"-by Evelyn Britt. 21. "Whatever Love Is"-by Helen Davis. 22. "Love Is the Sweetest Thing"-by Zeke Bass. 23. "Little Women"--by Bullard and McLin. 24. "It Takes Experience"-by Jane Kay. 25. "Reaching Into the Future"-by Harvey Cohen. 26. "The Art of Keeping a Cook"-by Caroline Merritt. 27. "How to Dance with Large Women"-by Buford Collins. I I 27 YAY uv vnv vtv YAY YAY vlv nv vf: A " in' vlv YAY YAY YAY 'AY YAY VAY v.v vt 0505! amz' fb f7Ae THRO NAT EESKA 71 zz' Depmffmenf osti- Books lgxgsQ:s emails 'YA . I ,P PCN L t:-M :'?Sul1:3un'i nSf0u.nd,pIea5e mgjleyr Ifazidfiglegsgerec-uhm , 3-2 ,jg ay , , A N Z, if -m " - ' - f - - A ' fo 5 LgDQu 44n ' ll! I QE K UWB CFLUMZIJ l 1 Q1 -nf ' J., wfL.O5f,:- The Atievlce af T,l'se. N! Faculty. lf Fouhahplense. Yetu-wx, , , X41 Inlll 1 , me Q3 u " "" L G , ' Y H A W rf-5 d H lrife ?pZ,?:h1?hz-2: lsveg IS hfifgurld TCEJQTJ-O'l91?a1'i:unTd'r1,maTb'eS' Gffdnvs. lf they are f'ou,nd,plen.Se v-eta-wvm, ml 3 L A Q 5 f , Q " -' 2 , , ll ' A mm if H ' H YJ lk T Lll Qfstyi 'Y YAY VY 7.7 YY 1 WAY 17 vf " WAY V A YA VA vtv Ay y v xl ,1 y, I, A A I A I A A v.v AY Y V Y Y v v r 1 x I - We THRO NAT EESKA firougli the Ryfzole We set sail today with the usual crowd wishing us all a good voyage. The 'first thing I heard was some woman telling about the freshmen who tried to book passage on the S. S. Van Dine. By this time most everyone has adjusted himself to our schedule. When walking by several school teachers in a group I heard one tell of some experience in her classroom. Miss Green, "Have I ever told the class this one before?" Senior Class Qin chorusj, "Yes." Miss Greene, "Good, you will probably understand it this time." I was called to room 28 today. Just as I opened the door I heard two girls talking "Well, Freshman, having taken English, what do .you think of O. Henry ?" Freshman-UO. K., but the nuts stick in my teeth." These passengers on this ship keep me running all the time. My idea of a really good job would be being valet for Mahatma Ghandi. During dinner tonight there were lectures given by Emily Post fwho said, "Never break your crackers and roll in your soup." Well, what does she think we are? What! a heart-breaker in the crowd. Yes, and I hear his name is Tommy Dunn. All you Freshman femmes had better guard your lhelarts. Mary Redfearn has got a certain "Champion" on the go. She makes his heart beat double time. She'lllhave plenty more 'fore long. Eugenia Taylor has been receiving special deliveries from Athens. Wow! such expense. The freshies have already started Ifollowing in the footsteps of the older A. H. S. students. We have noticed several flirtations in "Cradle Land." Fred Sleep has found an attractive blonde there, or has fthe blonde found him? You've all heard the song "You've got to 'be a football hero to get along with the beautiful girls." This must be true' cause Dennis Free- man, Charlie King, and Tom Brown seem to cause lots of 'heart-Hutter- ing these days. "Day dreamers often have nightmares." Thus Cile Bacon must day dream for she sure had some nightmare not long ago. Imagine meeting Harold Snellings and Tom Brown in a dream! Well, that's exactly what happened. P. S. Isn't there a saying about one dreaming of whom he or she thinks of by day or night? I wonder why Charlie Ho-lman likes Second Avenue so much-could it be the scenery? A A A A A A A A A x4 ,v H I1 'Y YY VY vv vlv YAY YY YY vv wif' xxv viv vAv vv vnv vv vt y y 746 THR0 NAT EESKA X I gr vtr var vtv vtv wg qv YAY wg wif: " -' ' 13' vp qv YAY YAY qv V1 yv viv O 1 f7Ae THRO NAT EE SKA Distric? Jlffeef About ninety miles ,out from shore there is a lovely green island, and each year as the Thronateeska nears the end of the cruise it puts in at the port for a day of competition against other vessels. Contests are arranged by the officers of each ship, and competitors are chosen from the passengers. Everybody disembarks, either to take part or to cheer on their friends and comrades. A race track runs along the shore and here the boys from Mr. Mills' famed team showed prowess. Harry Davis won a victory in the shot put and in the high jump. On the tennis courts Fred Sleep and Walter Burt defeated all rivals in the doubles matches, and Fred Sleep won first place in the singles. Nearby the girls were competing in contests of feminine accomplishments. In the building set up for Home Economics, Music and Recitation, threefof the girls were laboring to bring back more pennants to fly from the mast of the Thronateeska. Caroline Smith modeled the frock which she had designed and made, and gave a short talk explaining just why she chose material and made the dress to suit her personality. The Thronateeska's entrant in the piano contest, Lucille Feingold, played beautifully, and her fellow passengers were sure that lack of experience only kept her from winning. It was indeed a great moment for our crowd when Theora Whittlesey was unanimously accorded first place in the read- ing contest. The ship set sail again for the last few miles of the trip with a happy throng of passengers. We had placed first in three events, and even those who did not win had brought credit to the ship. -MARION ARTHUR. 1 N 1 " ' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'Ali A H V 1'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' " 7Ae THRO NAT EESKA fi W' - Qsbhaolj' I . Ql Bullefm Bm! X :li 5 x ENTERTAINMENT Movies booked for the voyage of the Thronateeska. See your favorite movie stars. Super productions by A. H. S., P. T. A., B. E. fBoard of Educationi and Independent Pic- tures, Incorporated. I TRANSATLANTIC MERRY-G0-ROUND.-A B. E. Production. All star ,faculty cast. Splendid casting, genuine situations, suspense and deft direction put this up with the best of t'hem. THE CAPTAIN HATES THE SEA.-Produced by B. E. For the grandest trip of your life on the sea of entertainment, board the ship commanded by Roland Brooks. The story sails smoothly, with bright dialogue and good comedy. Brooks handles his role with finesse. Don't miss it. J HAPPY LANDINGS.-B. E. Pictures. A beautiful, moving and in- spiring film for children and grown-ups alike. J. O. Allen has the leading role, and plays his part masterfully. MURDER ON THE BLACKBOARD.-Independent Pictures, Inc. Plenty of action, suspense and chills, with Mamie Brosnan superb in a humorous Philo- Vance role. I BIG HEARTED HERBERT.-A. H. S. Fast moving, hilarious com- edy with Hugh Mills at his best. BACHELOR BAIT.-P. T. QA. Pictures. That favorite new star, Addie McWhorter, always gets her man. Sophistication at its height. TARZAN AND HIS MATE.-Independent Pictures, Inc. A breath- taking production that skilfully blends realism and fantasy. Tarzan Harold M'cNabb braves danger after danger in the dense jungle to win his beloved. MUSIC IN THE AIR.-A. H. S. Pictures. In this charming musical, gay with laughter and rich with song, Helen Rixey returns to the screen. A delightful adaption of the operetta with Jerome Kern's fine score given its full value. CHEATING CHEATERS.-P. T. A. Pictures. Here is a hit, and long run picture. A Myrt Deal extravaganza replete with hilarious sit- uations, gorgeous settings, catdhyltunes and a grand cast. HAT, COAT AND GLOVES.-A B. E. Producton. Britt is Britt- forever. And lighted by her magic presence this story is distinguished and powerful on the lscreen. A AA xr Ann Ann 4 I ' YY vv vv vtv vlv YAY vv vv vfx " " ' 'xv vv vlv vv vv vv vi vv vv vw f " YAQTHRONATEESKA SHlP'S BULLETIN BOARD Entertainment CContinuedJ ENTER MADAME.-Independent Pictures, Inc. Flora Dawson Terry Lacey is in her real dramatic metier. Unforgettable! I HATE WOMEN.-Produced by A. H. S. Homer Sutton stars in a beautiful, heart stirring picture which keeps you trembling between tears and laughter. ROMAN SCANDALS.-P. T. A. Pictures. Here's old Rome, with patrician Anne Turner cool and poised as the leading lady. Splendid. HIGH SCHOOL GIRL.-A. H. S. Pictures. Kitty Vinson gives her most able performance to date. Good entertainment for an evening. THE LOUD SPEAKER.-Produced by B. E. Garrulous B. D. Lee stars in this very masculine picture which can not fail to grip your interest. ' THE GIRL FROM MISSOURI. Independent Pictures, Inc. Katherine Metcalf well cast. Smart treatment puts this picture way out front as clever entertainment. THE GIFT OF GAB.-Independent Pictures, Inc. Written, produced, directed and acted by the miraculous Amsie Perry. Better see this film and spare yourself the ordeal of having all your friends tell you the story. , IT'S A BOY.-Produced by A. H. S. Hoist the flag, hang up the banners. A new star approaches with a pair of twinkling, tantalizing, dancing feet. Terry 3Lacey taps his way right up to the front line of moviedom, and into the hearts of a willing audience. LITTLE MAN, WHAT NOW?-B. E. Pictures. Tuneful and peppy is this bright film with W. A. Loveless in the lead. Topnotch entertain- ment. LADY BY CHOICE.-P. T. A. Pictures. Expert adaption, brilliantly acted by Mary Beth Barnett. A lsly, human fantasy, delightfully real. SUCH WOMEN ARE DANGEROUS.-B. E. Pictures. Even in melodrama, Mabel White rises above the situation in a superb and suave manner. , STRAIGHT IS THE WALY.-Produced by P. T. A. Katherine Har- mon doesn't act. She lives the part. Bring grandpa and the children. THE WOMAN COMMANDS.-A. H. S. Pictures. Vital, gracious and, poised, but not the "cool" person she is so often represented as being, Ethel Shelor gives a masterful portrayal of facts as they are. GREAT EXPECTATIONS.-Independent Pictures, Inc. Where has Claire Greene been all this time? Anyway she comes up to and sur- passes expectations. Don't miss this show. TREASURE ISLAND.-Produced by P. T. A. Esther Waddell shows the world, in a most pleasant and convincing way, that the place to look for happiness is in your own back yard. STAND UP AND CHEER!-B. E. Pictures. Marjorie Kay is superb in this role. We give her three cheers! SHE LEARNED ABOUT SAILORS.-P. T. A. Pictures. A comedy of errors, with Gwynn Cannon trying to straighten them out. HANDY ANDY.-A. H. S. Pictures. The first rival of "The Three Little Pigs." Don't miss this picture. There is only one Andrew. A A AAA' . xl ,4 H , lp Q YA 'AY 'A' YAY YAY 'AY vv uv wif' xW.Y nv vlv vv uv vv vv v vv 1 -n We THRU NAT EESKA fze Qjllzgoping Board -M A HW! ' '. A ,V A X2 A ' Q? Xf Y' 'H 4 7 ,, fi 7 N N X4 f f f A ww M I Q Q41 ' 'A if A Q aa ff I A ilwssx fPWlL'.x. - A f , 's T ' " X NT, X ff ' I' :ld , Wil' " My" 4 ' 1 Aw, I J , J f , ff b ' 'X awww .W f .,,,, A I 'M K Ye' K M I 'if hy A ' , ' A ...Sf-4 f 5 " , V N, A I tm ,As A , X W ' I J f' J iff' Rf Q53 va? L , f I' 1 X Agffffffhll NZ, X I I , c X .P B ,f x N dx ' Q X ' x X 3 f X A AX . X '1 I 1 TLQD I ' Wm ff fir- V , ff , A ,-- 2, s ffm., 14:95 fm vlflgll Wu ff ' " Enlftk .1 fl! N Mr. W. H. Burt Mr. J. P. Champion Mr. E. H: Kalmon Mr. H. T. McIntosh Mr. D. L. Gibson YY VY VY VY VY 7 YY Y A A v, l A A A A A A' A 'A 'Af A H ' 'A' " 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' -I We THRGNATEESKA rf'6?1U0i I The voyage now ended, the good ship of our class With the flag of success floating high from her mast, Weather worn from her cruise, but triumphant she rides, As proudly to harbor so swiftly she glides. II Through the curtain of night the silent stars gleam As bright as the hopes of our brave youthful dreams They are beacons that pilot us safely the way As at last we drop anchor in "Graduate's Bay." III All too soon we launch out on Lifels open sea Where waves will roll high and winds blow free Through storm and through calm, in sorrows or joys Master Pilot, guide Thou safely these girls and these boys. -Evelyn Britt. Xl 1, Sffxffe ..fzfm fx pq If f-' ku fl 'X I 'E' p l "fWy7 f f 4 , 1 QV YAY YAY YAY vtv vAY YAY V1 vtv vf: " " I ix' v.v vhv vi vAy xv vnv xy vi - 7Ae THRO NAT EESKA FFF V:- , X712 ,-, 1 ,N Q7 YAY vv vv vv vv 'Y vr vAv vfx "' Wv vv vv vv vv v vv vAr vv v ALAAAYAA' AAAAAAYA ll We THRO NAT EESKA Alhany Exchange National Ban ll Albany, Georgia 'J' '4GS67"ZJ1'7lg' vffbany Qfuer Tfzirgy Team" ae OFFICERS JOHN E. WALLACE, Chairman of Board 1 H. E. DAVIS, President I J. R. PINKSTON, Cashier DIRECTORS L. J. Hofmayer John E. Wallace Holhs Lanier Leonard Farkas M. W. Tift K. B. Hodges J. R. Pinkston E. H. Kalmon H. E. Davis P. J. Brown ' A . 'I A YAY vAv vnv vtv YAY uv vi vtv vf: H- ' xxv v.v vAv vAv xv vnv vnv vAv viv vi 1 f7Ae THRO NATEESKA SAVINGS A SPECIALTY WITH Albany Trust 81 Banking Co. If you want to build or buy a home, let us explain the advantages of our MONTHLY REDEMPTION LOANS COMPLIMENTS OF Trippe Motor Company STUDEBAKERS-SALES AND SERVICE 208 N. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 1276 J. W. Caggstatter ALBANY Jeweler INSURANCE .4 E 'F .5 AGENCY DIAMONDS, WATCHES, ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE JEWELRY, CHINA, SILVERWARE, ETC. 149 PINE AVE. 'GIFTS THAT LAST" PHONE 30 TELEPHONE 127 216 BROAD AVE. A X AY YAY qv'vAv vAv vAv YAY YAY YAY vAf: " M ' WA vAv vAY WAV YAY vAV 'AY vAY vAY A 1 We THRO NAT EESKA, COMPLIMENTS OF Dougherty County Medical Association THE CITY NATIONAL BANK of Albany, Ca. INVITES YOUR ACCOUNT OFFICERS W. Banks Haley, President Joel T. Haley, Vice Pres. 8x Cashier Joseph S. Davis, Vice President Thos. S. Robinson, Asst. Cashier William C. Holman, Vice President George H. Joiner, Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS W. Banks Haley H. B. Weatherbee Joseph B. Davis Joel T. Haley J. W. Reynolds William C, Holman I. B. Calloway Joel T. Haley, Jr. L. R. Ferrell COMPLIMENTS OF ED MARTIN,S SERVICE STATION COMPLIMENTS OF Mayor W. J. COLLINS CORNER JEFFERSON .sz FLINT L x p 'I 'I 'A' 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'Ali A C' I I 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'AV 'I 'A' 'AY 'A' I S 1 We THRO NAT EESKA Contract a Good Habit While COMPLIMENTS OF You are Young READ The Flower The Shoppe Albany Herald A. T. SPIES, Mgr. Tel. 471 For Information 106 N. JACKSON ST. of Current Happenings- City, State, Nation, World COMPLIMEN TS OF A Friend COMPLIMENTS OF COM'PLIMENTS OF COMPANY JEFFERSON COAL ALBANY UNDERTAKING COMPANY YAY XY YA YAY AY AY YY YAY Af " " 'X WA YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY 'AY QV YAY vA ... We THRONATEESKA I COMTLIMENTS OF Adams Inn R. H. Warren 8 Son INSURANCE Fried Toasted Chicken Sandwiches RENTS REAL ESTATE Private Dining Rooms ALBANY, GA' PUT YOUR BEST FOOT COMPLIMENTS OF ' . . Haley Motor Boys and girls of Albany High School, we congratulate you upon aichieving the secondary stage of education. Many of you will Iin- ish high school, then go to col- lege. Many of you will not be able to go to college, but will enter now the business life of Al- "Watcfz the Fords G0 By" bany. Whichever path your feet may tread . . . put your best foot forwardg keep mentally alert and ,5 present the best possible appear- ance, keep yourself in readiness Md to grasp opportunities as they come your way, by this means can you achieve success. Sales and Service ROSENBERG Phone 1410 BROTHERS Albany 's Foremost Department Store COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF REYNOLDS' LUMBER CASH Q CARRY DRY COMPANY CLEANING CO. SHIVERS BARBER SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF 81 BEAUTY PARLOR DIVINE MACHINE WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE WORKS 112 N. JACKSON ST. PHONE 357J WA 'A' ' 'A I 'I YV 'I 'A A N 1 A YAY YAY viv YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY wtf: " e- ' 1 v AY V v vny - fo. THRONATEESKA COMPLIMENTS OF Dr, H. H. Williamson Dr. C. R. McKemie Dr. 0. D. Rackley Dr. R. L. Grace Dr. Strickland COMPLIMENTS OF T be fashion COMPLIMENTS OF ALBANY DAIRIES, Inc. COMPLIMENTS OF EATMAN PLUMBING 81 MILL SUPPLY CO. The Southis Best-Dressed Men Are Endorsing SCHWOBILT College Clothes for College Men The Schwob Co. 111 North Washington Street ALBANY, GA. it Where There's Beauty, T k It McCollum a es Where There's None McCollum Makes It CGW PHUTU SHUJP 'EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHICH ALBANY, GEORGIA Phone 986 R. C. McCOLLUM, Mgr. A ,X Yvr Y A Av Av Avvlrnv X 'P' vvvvvv vvv Af WAAAAA ' 1 'I I I We THRO NAT EE SKA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF B. B. IVEY GORTATOWSKY Alb an BROTHERS Y , I-lousefurnlshlng OPERATING " ALBANY AND LIBERTY 226 BROAD AVE THEATRES PHONE 120 ' Le Greve Oummrs for ASZWELS S'ffiil'ff5If1GL PHONES 38 AND 1233 All Sports A RAYMOND GUNNELS SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 238 PINE AVE. Woco-Pep and Purol Gasoline Tiolene and Quaker State Oils Uh AUTOMOBILE LAUNDRY GOODYEAR TIRES CORNER JACKSON AND FLINT STREETS A' 'A' A A A' 'A A' A A M 'X 'A 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' A A - -1' We THRO NAT EESKA COMPLIMENTS OF THE STYLE SHOP CLOTHES FOR THE YOUNG Miss 203 BROAD AVE. PHONE 1546 LEE DRUG CO. WE SELL IT Drugs An' Everything THE NATIONAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY INCORPORATED SHIELDS YOU H. D. VERNER 202 DAVIS EXCHANGE BLDG. OLDS - CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH WILLYS - G. M. C. "Complete Automotive Service" MOTOR SALES QQ SERVICE, Inc Steve Leggett Charlie Baddou 120-122-124-126-128-130 Pine Ave. r PHONE 1011 01' 1012 PHONES 1077-1078 OPEN DAY AND NIGHT COMPLIMENTS OF BAIN PEANUT CO. FERRELL-WIGHT COMPANY, Inc. ALBANY, GA' WHOLESALE QUICK CORRECT Automotive Equipment UNLOADING WEIGHTS 421-23 N. WASHINGTON ST. ALBANY, GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF YANCEY TRACTOR .ALBANY CRYSTAL COMPANY ICE COMPANY f-CATERPILLAR" TRAICTORS PHONE 1667 Road Building Machinery Contractors' Equipment A WAV vtv A vtv AY .Y vtr Av vf: I 'N 'luv vhv vhv vAv wiv vhv vnv vlv . V -4,7,1fgg - 762 THRO NAT EE SKA CHURCHWELUS A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Dry Goods, Clothing Notions Ladies' Ready-tm Wear COMPLIMENTS OF J. C. 81 W. C. HOLMAN MULE COMPANY ALBANY-MOULTRIE-BLAKELY COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF g 9 ' R. R. CATES Ladies' Ready-to-Wear AND LINCERIES gl ACCESSORIES GENE BASS 204 PINE AVE. ALBANY, GA. Albany Amusement Co. COMPLIMENTS OF SMITH LUMBER COMPANY Phones 1 057-58 COMPLIMENTS OF HODGES BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY' LUMBER, MILLWORK PAINTS COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF HOFMAYER J. R. DAVIS COMPANY DRY GOODS MANUFACTURERS COMPANY OF WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Naval Stores .Y YY Y A AY AY AY YA Av Af " W. vnv VAY YI xv VAV xv Ay ny A -Q We THRO NAT EE SKA BUZZ INN COMPLIMENTS OF KNIGHT LUMBER Sz SUPPLY CO. IT PAYS TO SHOP AT PENNEY'S J. C. PENNEY CO. 122 N. WASHINGTON ST. COMPLIMENTS OF BOOK 81 GIFT SHOP "GIFTS THAT PLEASE" 212 PINE AVE. COMPLIMENTS OF MI-LADY SHOPPE DRESSES, 'COATS, MILLINERY and Hosiery 125 N. WASHINGTON ST. COMPLIMENTS OF ALBANY PAINT AND WALLPAPER CO. "MISS PEARL'S SHOP" PINE AVE. SILVER'S COMPLIMENTS OF E TAT 5c - l0c - 31.00 sm S E OF SAM FARKAS WASHINGTON ST. ALBANY, GA. YAY YAY . A AY AY YA AV .fs I - . llxf. YAY VAY YAY YAY YAY VAY Ay A V 7Ae THRO NAT EE SKA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF ALBANY PEANUT CHIEF BROSNAN COMPANY 618 ROOSEVELT AVE. ALBANY COMPLIMENTS OF WAREHOUSE COMPANY HAL 85 EWS FERTLQIZERS MEN'S OUTFITTERS GARDENS LAWNS COMPLETE FLOWERS ' PHONE 162 PHE NEWEST STYLES COMPLIMENTS OF Ventulett 81 Pace INSURANCE COMPLIMENTS OF EARL L. SPEER COMPANY, Inc. THE RIALTO COMPLIMENTS OF W. T. GRANT C0 1 , 1 V' 'Y A 'I 'I I 'I I 'II I 5 iw! A I 'I I I I HY .Y We THRONATEESKA COMPLIMENTS OF 0. B. BOZEMAN Groceries 701 N. WASHINGTON ST. COMPLIMENTS OF SAMPLE SHOE STORE 219 BROAD AVE. COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF GOODRICH SILVERTOWN MARSHALL ICE CREAM STORES COMPANY INCORPORATED F. B. WIGGINS, MGR. COMPLIMENTS OF ALBANY HATTERS 8: SHOE REPAIRERS COMPLIMENTS OF ROOP SNOW COMPLIMENTS OF 'DOUGHERTY ELECTRIC COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF D. BROWN GUANO COMPANY WIGGIN S DRY KRESMS 563315 CLEANERS . . HAVE SPECIALIZED IN SCHOOL Qualzty Cleanmg REQUIREMENTS BIG VALUES-Little Prires PHONE 1088 220 PINE AVE. "WATCH KRESS WINDOWS" COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF "HOUSE OF FLOWERS" folk-Qffnnelle MISS WILLIE WATERS, MGR. Q5Jb0P, 1715. I S 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A A' AV 'A A' AIX A H I H IA' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'AV 'AY 'AV KY AY A 761: THRO NAT EE SKA COMPLIMENTS OF WHITE 81 WALKER GARAGE 204 N. WASHINGTON A. W. MUSE COMPLIMENTS OF KEENAN AUTO PARTS CO., INC. COMPLIMENTS OF ALBANY LAUNDRY COMPANY CLEANING AND DYEING 232 ROOSEVELT AVE. COMPLIMENTS OF HUMPHREY 81 LEGGETT Groceries 222 BROAD AVE. COMPLIMENTS OF AMERICUS GROCERY COMPANY 333 N. WASHINGTON ST. COMPLIMENTS OF HOWARD CLARK COMPLIMENTS OF D. L. JONES U COMPLIMENTS OF EMPIRE PRODUCE COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF PARLOR MARKET FRESH MFATS OF QUALITY FISH 8: OYSTERS IN SEASON COMPLIMENTS OF ALBANY PAPER COMPANY HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE GEORGIA CIGAR 81 TOBACCO CO. COMPLIMENTS OF I. A. ROSENBERG 8z CO. COMPLIMENTS OF CARROLL'S GROCERY DRY GOODS STORE 221 BROAD AVE. 241 BROAD AVE' Ig' 2901-il HQX,gTI1I:I"' THE J. 81 J. FURNITURE ALBANY FLORAL COMPANY IME 'aH?5eASt"X2Ei"' 'he "i'i1E3J.Ee'i 7 SEVENTEIAINIISANEHONE 96 ALBANY, GEORGIA Y YY v1 A A Y AY YA Av A " W. vtv vlv YAY vhv vtv vtv v v A A .fe Www., We THRO NAT EESKA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF ALBANY DRUG D. L. GIBSON COMPANY "THE REXALL STORE" COMPLIMENTS OF BERRY,S BARBER SHOP 106 N. JACKSON ST. COMPLIMENTS OF PASCHAL SERVICE STATION 401 N. JACKSON ST. COMPLIMENTS OF LEWIS PHARMACY 232 PINE AVE. COMPLIMENTS OF STANDARD BAKIN G COMPANY N. WASHINGTON ST. COMPLIMENTS OF JOHN VEAL COMPLIMENTS OF STEELE FURNITURE 81 HARDWARE COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF GLOBE DEPARTMENT STORE 205 BROAD AVE. 'fForm the Habit of Thrifty TRADE VVITH PRISANT BROS. THE STORE OF POPULAR PRICES COMPLIMENTS OF ALBANY HARDWARE COMPANY 214 PINE AVE. 141 PINE AVE. COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF 2-iAWLEgT M. W. TIFT OROCERY ' 0' ' 0 COMPANY SERUGS A1f,1l?oiR0CER?fg6 WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS COMPLIMENTS OF J. E. TOMLIN 81 CO. COMPLIMENTS OF Manufacturefs R0YAIEJAg5EO?tREAM Representatives " A' A A A' A' 'A A A O' I 'A 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' A A 74.3 THRONAT EESKA A COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF ARABIAN COFFEE ROBINSON DRUG SHOPPEE COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPLIMENTS OF J. W. BUSH MOTOR COMPANY COM'PLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF ALLEN BROS. HONOR SOCIETY COMPLIMENTS OF COMIPLIMENTS OF BU 0 MCARTHUR-SPENCF D J HNSUN COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF Bennet Sc Peacock Walter Jones Farkas 81 Burt Abner Israel COMPLIMENTS OF EAST ALBANY COMPLIMENTS OF WAREHOUSE STOCKS FARM Storage for Peanuts AND DAIRY 401 E. PHONE BROAD ST. 1357 ff H v. .Y YA' ,AY-uv Ay Ay .Y H Ay A! W- YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY Y .Y 7Ae THR0 NAT EESKA A. L. SEELY COMPANY Underwood Typewriters Sales and Service Printing and Office Supplies 124 N. Jackson Street Phone 47 ALBANY, GEORGIA C vhfx " H " " wi i K 1955 W 7Ae THRO NAT EE SKA Qffoprecizzlion Not often in the history of our High School has an ang nual been put out that would measure up to the excellent workmanship of the '35 Thronateeska. However, it is also necessary tot say that never before has the Annual' Staff had such splendid cooperation from the business men, friends of the high school, student body, and faculty. At this time we would like to offer hearty thanks to the business men of Albany for their unswerving support. Their generous dona- tions paid for more than half our beautiful annual. As they have done so much to aid us, the staff feels that we owe them the most. Next we would like to tell the Junior Class that we certainly appreciate their donation which completed the funds of our Thronateeska. Thirdly, we would like to thank the student body, faculty and friends of the high school for their loyal support throughout the year in our varied enter- tainments. A r Lastly, our thanks to A. L. Seely Company, Wrigley En- graving Company, and The Photo Shop, who by their excellent work have given us a book whose memories will always recall friends and pleasant associations in Albany High School. THRONATEESKA STAFF '35. If R . U ,xl ,v v, 'f Y YY VY VV YY YY VY YY VY Y' U WY YY VY VY VY VY VY V YY AIAAAAAAALI XAAAQAAAALYA -af.-9' .l7"'3's '. -1 . 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