Albemarle High School - Crossroads Yearbook (Albemarle, NC)
- Class of 1927
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1 i n' HI-SKETCHES MIKE SETH BEAM, JR. Mascot of the Senior Class. ,. Y.-Y v., - .,.., ., , ., . ., ,....-, X - . , W., , --A, 0 - Nw , ,t -, ,, -V Q -,.f -V -'y.'Nu--1:-'N'FPL-..,,..9fT '7, 93 X LK .I A 4 I I a x X Wrm S j'X 1 5 Q n ff. 9' . 'A 1 - A I ..,. ,,.. R W, N ... 4' -If ' vf Q if-ff-:pdf .-.ku , I Y , , . 1 14, ff I ii' 1'-W 1, . f- v .1 -I -A H1 1 4-,A V U- HI-SKETCHES ' we CO TE TS we J A SENIOR COME-OFFS ...... -..,.1...... .... -........,.-..I-,.-... BUDDING POETRY - .... SENIOR LIZZIE .... ..-..- I ., .... .1....,..,-.I..-- .......... W., .... Page 3, L.- .... - ..... ,.-,.- .... Page 4 .,....-..s....'.., M, ..... .I ........ W-.- ....... - .... L.-.Pa.ge 5 FAMILY ALBUM .-...- ....... L.. .... I,,,....-..- ..... We ........ I ..,...-..- .... - .L-......Pagei S SENIOR SURERLATIVRS ........ .. .... I .... 1... .... - .... , .. .... -....1...N...L.... ......... -...,....Pa.geA11 LITTER AIRY -..LLM ..... -1 .... -... 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V , .-. 11, . - :jg If vs-F .h-Am' i' HI-SKETCHES emma ome-Offs Miss Somebody Else, a comedy of four acts, presented by the Senior Class of 'Z 7, was a roaring success. This success was due to the co-operation of the entire Senior Class, and the excellent ability displayed by the cast. Without the fidelity, and patience of the directors, the play would have been a miserable failure. wr :ac :ac Pk As in everything else, the Seniors surpass in clramatics. The class of '27 is proud of the fact that within its walls are found four persons who excell along the line of dramatics. This statement was proved, when Mr. Hall and Miss Lewis took Nina Cranford, Katherine Milton, Lois Watson, and Macon Rowland to Charlotte, and won second place in the state contest. One of the most enjoyable events of the school year, both for the Jtmiors and Seniors, was the junior-Senior banquet. It was clearly shown that the Juniors had co-operated, and worked very hard in order to make every Senior have the best time of his life-and everyone did. An enjoyable pro- gram was carried out, while the most appetizing eats were being served. In behalf of the Seniors, we appreciateevery- thing you have done, and hope the coming Juniors will repay you for the kindness you have shown us. The Seniors cannot be outwitted. There is nothing we can't do. We can play ball, take part in plays, skip school and sing. It is known that we can sing because the greater part of the cast in The Gypsy Rover was from the Senior class. The choruses were very pretty, and the beauty of them was added to by the numerous and attrac- tive costumes. All costumes were made by the mem- bers, which showed another sign of work. P Although we compliment the Glee Club on the entire operetta, we must add an extra word to the Seniors. On November 15, the twosectionsof the Senior History Classes presented the pageant, The Spirit of Independence. The pageant proved to be a great success. This was due to the faithfulness of both major and minor characters. The entire drama was given in colonial costumes, which added reality to the scenes. The couples in the minuet and Virginia Reel wore typical colonial costumes, perfect in every respect. :ne Pk wr ac Of course there is no hatred or jealousy among the two sections of our Senior Class, but Section I does feel proud to have defeated Section II in the school pep meeting. It is said, Hthat you can't keep a good dog'down. So Section I sprang to the front. We've got our rep, welve got our pep, and we've got our picture too. We have the cheer leader in our class which is an advantage .over the others. With Nina Cranford as leader, who could help but do his best? And too, we have only two. boys, and as the usual saying goes-a bunch of girls can make the biggest noise of anything. A number of poppy yells were used which were later adopted as class yells. We have nowyell We need no yell But when we yell - We yell like-S-e-n-i-o-r-s ! ! . Randy, dandy, handy Pete, Senior Class is where we meet, And when we get there We all say- S-e-n-i-o-r-s l-S-e-n-i-o-r-s! Yea, Yea, Yea!!! The Ambitious Senior. When ice cream grows on the sycamore tree, And Sahara's sands are muddy, When fish walk around enjoying the breeze, That's when I like to study. fx: Pk ik D Bill: Do you dance? Lib: Yes, I love to. ' ' Bill: f'By gosh, that beats dancing anytime. Irvin: g I've got lots of electricity in my hair. Bill S.: Why not? It's hooked up to a dry cell. - wr Pk wk Miss Whitener: What is meant by the 'Ma son and Dixon' line? Bill S.: It is the dividing line between light- bread and biscuit. L THREE -1 N5-J-I-1 F I rw-'yr wg, 4- -s an ' QQ, , Q. 1 -7,-',f-,.A ji1.f1-- .1 , ', Y --- -sv-1-,v--4 ...-.Y . Y 7. , ., p , ,I - V K ' M -., ,...5e::.s ' .. e .Ts,a?f'1e f .T sr:-sf'? '+.f,---T I' r n -5 f.a.r4f W?'f y i- ' I f T - .. ff' ,, v., , . , . . .. . ,., . , f, ,. - , .0 , ,- ,-- ., ---sw 5. - . .si .' . . . . . - . - , ., . if ,ff-if Q. . . '. - j... . as rf- , Q I AEK ' f r '.-'ff - ' ' ' - ' ',- ' :-K' .- L '. . .r' ' .T - . -R 1' -fr ' 1 1'-A- am. .- lint! fs -.. -l4'iH 'n--':- r- -v .- avlh.-nf -L, - . f, vw- r , .J , . L, 1 A V , ,, -4 . . . W. w.- -- - f M .1-.1 .tv . , ...JZ 1, , a-.- ,, - ,,, ' M ' ' ' V f. 1 ' -V. sf! 1, --'xi 1 . '-. :'-. - , '- I - 'nf . fr ' v , wi-AM ' ' ' '- ' , 1 I-M. ' f -. ,M . ..,-1 ,E ....-. ..- , , -i- -X ,,... YQ.-Q. I H1-SKETCHES A olding Poetry . OUR YEARS TOGETHER. As we turn back years of memory, To the days when we first met, It seems as if it were yesterday,- They're days we cannot forget. , Just four years ago we were Freshmen, The greenest that could be found, Climbing the famous high school ladder, We had to start at the ground. We thought we were the stuff as Freshmen, Till we reached the Soph'more Class, Just think, next year we would be Juniors, If we should happen to pass. The next year rolled around as usual. We had reached the third mile-post. We were near the end of the journey, Why, we could see it, almost. Then next year we wereimighty Seniors. Our goal we could almost see' I' T We were just beginning to finish, ' Our school life so gay and free. V Now we have reached the end of the road, And the glorious prize is ours, As we take one farewell, backward look, At those golden days and hours. And with mingled joy and sadness, We are glad that we are through. We hope that a fond memory of us, gl Will forever stay with you. So here we are, each one, as a -class, Through all this struggle and strife, g We've finished one smallimportant part Of. the great' game of life. ' . . , , -Nina Cranford. FEELINGS OF A SENIOR GIRL She roasted on her way to school, She thought she'd faint 'cause she hadn't her Spanish,' She was horrified over a look- Received from Mr. Marvin J. Hall,' But still she must live thru it For there was Latin-regardless of feeling! She melted' during French, S And thought she'd die from When Miss Townsend was informed That she hadn't a sentence. Yet,'she must go on V For there was yet' Math and History! Fm going to die, wailed that poor fish, I f something don't happen, for my head issplit ting. , Alas, poor Senior, if you haven't your History For they say Miss Annie's in a dreadful rage. Cheer up, old gal, say the boys, do like us- Don't give a darn. ' She was so squelched by Miss Willis, That she felt she could easily Have gone thru the floor To the Eighth Grade .Section II Nevertheless, she sat at her desk And in vain tried to. At last! The buzzer! It was three twenty-nine, Everybody tried to refrain From giving vent to his feelings, But, poor Miss Senior-+there was still An hour for her-with Mr. Sijford. - -Lillian Eudy. CLASS SONGS. S l Tune: Just a Girl That Men Forget. f We are now leaving the A. H. S. We wish so much that we could stay We know that you are the very best. And will be forever and aye. CHORUS. We're ending the days we can't forget Dear old days that always be 1 To us just a thought of golden hours And deep in our hearts a tender mem'ry We'll always recall ' Thedays of old. And the' things that now we regret And 'now we say good-bye To our dear old Hi And the friends we can't forget. it IAFOUR 1 rr-v ,K-wr , f , ,T ,,,, .,. . Y ,1-, - - , ,-ef Q4 . J!--' - ' .. f .'-cr 1 73, . 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Fender .............,.. T op ......... ........LILLIAN EUDY ........TRUDIE WHITLEY .........KATHERINE MILTON ...........MARGIE FURR ...........CoNNIE LONG ....,...J1M FORREST .............LULA AGLE .................i....VIRGINIA EFIRD MARY ELIZABETH EFIRD BOAZ ........THoRA FESPERMAN ..............BRODIE HATLEY 238 CLASS CDF 1927 PAGE SIX treading right to leftj. First Row: JUDIE BURLEYSON, RUTH BARNHARDT, VERNE SNOTHERLY, MARGIE FURR, LILLIAN EUDY. Second Row: MAXINE MORRIS, VIRGINIA EFIRD, MARY FURR, BESSIE LITAKER. Third Row: JUANITA CRAWLEY, PAULINE THOMP- SON, VVATTY BURLEYSON, RANDALL BURLEYSON. 3 Fourth Row: MARY LILY SNUGGS, ANN HARRIS, BESS OSBORNE, LoU1SE BUMGARD- NER. I Fifth Row: THORA FESPERMAN, IRVIN BOAZ, Lois W ATsoN, MACON ROWLAND, JIM FORREST. G - PAGE SEVEN treading right to left,. V First Row: AUBREY EFIRD, ALTA WHITLEY, TRUDIE WHITLEY, CURTIS HATLEY, MARY ELIZABETH EFIRD. Second Row: MARGIE COOPER, IRENE SNUGGS, VIRGINIA SHAVER, THURMAN FURR. 9' J Third Row: MARGARET MCMANOUS, NINA CRAN- Muffler ....... .......... R ANDALL BURLESON ' EoRD, JEWEL LINDSEY, GRACE LIIITLE. Backfire ................ ..... ' ...MAXINE MORRIS 1 Fourth Row: ANNE LEELER, MOI.LY TUCKER, a Q I Main bearings ......... ANN HARRIS ARIE MILLER, CATHERINE MILITON. A i FIY Wheel ------- ' 4-- p '------- AME MILLER Fifth Row: LULA AGLE, PAULINE TROUTMAN, Headlights ....... ....... 1 .JEWEL LINDSEY CONNIE LONG, BRODIE HATLEY, BILL SNOTHERLY. Licenses ...................... ........ N INA CRANFORD Windshield wiper ....... ......... V ERNE SNOTHERLY I FIVE J -'WifiY1'fffiEfif'T-1i'85?:,'g-S-arts?-IrsfaEff. e?g,., A We- - -L.. U- , A M We A . A I , . ,. , rf ' 'L A' -1755 F -- -we -452'-'ffwi' Filalf fiilfii .f i A 32117' ffFi117i5't fI,f'3:SEIJW' i?:':5I,'1I?I?'-i i?', 'L id? 3355, ww., ' ' agus? I .,,fj, fy---: -' ,g .,y5y ' . ig ,531- . . ,rl ,h , ,, 'Q A-.-I-'H '- 03- - ,, ..'-A if . - 1-I 1,1 ,. . is A itrswal faar-. 'E I f.,-.,.-'HWYI-fA-.fL:asR:sR4E1sR.. .a:.Q,, HI-SKETCHES 4 I , f 1-iz.. Lflcfrfbf flfilf 'qyf '12-' f ' , ft. wif, Q . N , 4 lsrxl NW. T 'B 1 H 1+ .P K K N I 3 Q 1' Q , , ., Lb 'Y v, WFS, , GS 1-. Ns. L5 . ,A V '12 313 7-1 ' vr gif' Q1 f 1 R e - fb ,. 'Q F' . .13 41 . . k . ees. i .. ..-A sms ,....-,..:.L-, H1-skarcaes f g . lllfzi v' ' z f l A lb J LOUISE BUMGARDNER. The readiness in doing doth express N o other but the doer's willingness. The fact that she was chief marshal in her junior year, and Salutatorian this year proves that she is a wide awake, active, dependable Senior. would have been Seniors of '28, if it had not been JUDIE BURLESON. She does lzer task from day to day And meets whatever comes her way. Judie is a friend worth having. Many Seniors for her coaching the unfortunate pupils who flunked French. MARGIE COOPRR. Her voice is soft and low An excellent thing in a woman. Margie is one of those quiet Seniors, who says little-but thinks much. Her very quietness seems to bespeak hidden strength and ability. She will un- doubtedly win success in .whatever life work she chooses. NINA CRANFORD. A pretty girl, a witty girl, 'A girl so full of fun, A' brainy girl, a carefree girl, A thousand girls in one. Nina is a girl who has received more talents than any girl among us. Singing, writing, playing, act- ing and reciting may be counted among her out- standing talents. JUANITA CRAWLEY. Life is but a span: ' 'I'll enjoy every inch of it . Juanita does not spend much time in studying, but she is one of those -fortunate people who is able to get by without it. !77 IRENE SNUGGS. A handful of common sense is worth a bushel of learning. Irene is a very peaceful and harmless girl and you can depend upon her to always be true, both to her classmates and friends. MARY LILLY SNUGGS. I am as I am and always will be. While this is neither a matrimonial bureau nor a teacher's agency we recommend Mary Lilly most highly as one who meets all obligations placed upon her. lMARGIE F URR. A cheerful heart, A winning smile, A charm of friendship All the while. We have not heard much from Margie F urrthis year, but always she greets her classmates and friends with a smile. Here's to Margie-may she never forget to smile. .MARY F URR. G'entlcness is a mark of intelligence. Mary Furr is both quiet and studious. She is loved by her friends for her gentle manner. We are sure that some day she will be rewarded for this. IRVIN BoAz. Things are bound to happen- W hy hurry? Everything comes to him who waits- Why hurry? Here's to you Irvin. And may you have a long and happy life, and may all your troubles be 'fLittle Ones. We hope you will make as great a success in future life as you have in your presidency of Section I. THURMAN FURR. To be heard rather than seen. For the results we are going to leave him to his multiple devices, for one thing we know that he will never follow a beaten track and we are certain that whatever he chooses to do will be interesting. CONNIE LONG. . N ot all charm is in words. Connie has been a great asset to the Senior Class. Had, it not been for her compact and her I I E1GHTi,l W A ' 'f' v-:spur--f' !-1ff'? '. gvewvx . I nn- .. dv -ip. , . 7 il Ui K 7 . ' I s ik.-. -,,. ,M a- l 'K I b Z1 'emw gggq Gfufpzg- ' Y -' - H, g,.14...,Tpe2- -. ,L-.N ' . '. -- 1 2 if . f P 5: iff H YL 4.1 s . HI-SKETCHES willingness to lend it-we would have been out of luck. The Senior girls appreciate you verygmuch, Connie. U AVIRGINIA SHAVER. ' A g The world knows nothing of its greatest peoplef' . Virginia has been so quiet and reserved that we I all feel like her jewels lie within her heart. Much can be said of her calmness and willing attitude. I ANN HARRIS. e The way to have a friend is to be one. C Six is the most popular girl in the class, and voted almost unanimously the best all-round girl. She was the successful editor in chief of The Full I Moon during '26 and '27. l ANNIE LEFLER.4 H er ways are true, her conduct blameless, I her friendship lasting. Annie says little in school, but we findher to be a valuable part of our class. Though shels been with us only two years, wt-:Tve enjoyed knowing her. JEWEL LINDSEY.' A cheerful disposition is a fund of . 4 ready capital. The Seniors are proud of their efficient presi- dent., Her ambitions for life, are unknown to most of us, but there is no question in our minds as to her ability to manage well anything she may un- dertake. ' BESSIE LITAKER. , Ah, quiet lass, there are but few who know the treasure hid in thee! Though Bessie is rather cool on the outside, her .friends will verify the statement that underneath it all there is a bed of glowing coals. We' expect to hear much of her if she marries into the great work of the Methodistrministryp r R PAULINE THOMPSON. A mind to conceive, a heart to resolve, - and a hand toexecutef' - Here. we have a student of unquestioned merit who is at the same time a musician 'of no mean ability. Her dates don't seem to' interfere with her grades, for she comes out in flying colors. PAULINE TROUTMAN. Never overserious, not too frivolous I but a rare good girl. g Pauline constantly wears an R. S. V. P. smile that proclaims to the world that she enjoys life and would like to have us all enjoy it with her. ARIE MILLER. The gladness of her gladness, and the V sadness of her sadness Are nothing to the badness of her badness When she's bad. Arie gets along, by the line of least resistence, saying what she thinks and thinking what she says. She has- made a. name for herself in the school as well as in the class. , , 1 KATIIERINE MILTON. ' She is pretty to walk with Witty to talk with And pleasant-to think on. Are you looking for styles? - If so, you will find a regular fashion. model. in ,Katherine Milton. It would be ,impossible to find a situation in which she would not feel perfectlyat home. MAXINE MoRRIs. A daughter of the gods, divinely tall, and most divinely fair. Maxine not only likes' to study, but she is fond 'of eatingice cream.. tThe Velvet kind.j ' The for- 'mer is' proved by the fact that she is Valedictorian andthe latter that+--she says'so.' ' ft A if V lx n BESS OSBOPNE. A Happy is she frornscare she is free , Why can't we all be contented like she? Bess is our jolliest. ,She also likes to indulge in that habit of continual ilirtation. Perhaps it is because she has the prettiest eyes. I ' ' VIRGINIA CEFIRD. ' ' Knowledge is thesstepping stone to ideas . Virginia has shown her writing ability as Liter- ary Editor of T he Full Moon, and her originality in the class prophecyp LILLIAN EUDY. ' Energy and persistence conquer all things. Lillian is a worthwhile classmate and a valuable friend. She is a girl that can be depended upon to do her part in all things, especially this may be said of her in the editing of the school paper. l CUIiTlS HATLEY. A g g As merry as the day is long. I Curtis is, our wittiest boy, for his originality in vocabulary seems unfathomable. As ba 'character gl NINE 1 'za viwgi ' '-'if ' Y , .Fl . fist? 'r. . if V' E 3 1 wr- . , ' ' ' V- ss. , ' Z.. M.. ry , ' -1. , z ff., ..g,- ,- V 4,383 .41 V . , k.fE,,.?.3' . x?:f5'fJf- . ,a . g - - ' '- ' - f .'- ii . ' elm L ,o. A.,,. , ,, 'A ,I .,v'.z L.-. gf---cj '. 'U Jugs N X WQQYVWK ' .614 A ' 'f 1 A . I ---5,4 411m fa var yn, ef ' v f- 3 . ..I 5-fgV,. fi' .i HI-SKETCHES If g . f , ll i,-'f'q.f,7 mm lf Wt LOUISE BUMGARDNER. The readiness in doing doth express N o other but the doer's willingness. The fact that- she was chief marshal in her junior year, and Salutatorian this year proves that she is a wide awake, active, dependable Senior. would have been Seniors of '28, if it had not been IUDIE BURLESON. ' She does her task from day to day And meets whatever comes her way. Judie is a friend worth having. Many Seniors for her coaching the unfortunate pupils who flunked French. MARGIE COOPER. Her 'voice is soft and low An excellent thing in a woman. Margie is one of those quiet Seniors, who says littlebut thinks much. Her very quietness seems to bespeak hidden strength and ability. She will un- doubtedly win success in .whatever life work she chooses. NINA CRANFORD. A pretty! girl, a witty girl, 'A girl so full of fun, A ' brainy girl, a carefree girl, A thousand girls in one. Nina is a girl who has received more talents than any girl among us. Singing, writing, playing, act- ing and reciting may be counted among her out- standing talents. S JUANITA CRAWLEY. Life is but a span: ' i 'I'll enjoy every inch of it'. Juanita does not spend much time in studying, but she is one of those -fortunate people who is able to get by without it. ' IRENE SNUGGS. A handful of common sense is worth a bushel of learning. Irene is a very peaceful and harmless girl and you can depend upon her to always be true, both to her classmates and friends. J MARY LJLLY SNUGGS. I am as I am and always will be. While this is neither a matrimonial bureau nor a teacher's agency we recommend Mary Lilly most highly as one who meets all obligations placed upon her. IWARGIE F URR. A cheerful heart, A winning smile, A charm of friendship All the while. We have not heard much from Margie F urr this year, but always she greets her classmates and friends with a smile. Here's to Margie-may she never forget to smile. MARY FURR. Gentleness is a mark of intelligence. Mary Furr is both quiet and studious. She is loved by her friends for her gentle manner. We are sure that some day she will be rewarded for this. IRVIN BoAz. Things are bound to happen- Why hurry? Everything comes to him who waits- Why hurry? Here's to you Irvin. And may you have a long and happy life, and may all your troubles be Little Ones. We hope you will make as great a success in future life as you have in your presidency of Section I. THURMAN FURR. To be heard rather than seen. For the results we are going to leave him to his multiple devicesg for one thing we know that he will .never follow a beaten track and we are certain that whatever he chooses to do will be interesting. CONNIE LoNG. . N ot all charm is in words. Connie has been a great asset to the Senior Class. Had, it not been for her compact and her I EIGHTAJI -N--5---we-f .. . . . -v V- w- -' - -' . 1 ' K l '-. , Q4-. . - gm -. -..gg .,-Y... - -- W., ,, . ,K ,V ,.,. .M r ,,f- L--,-. V' , . L -.J - . 1. . - . -t A-'7 r' '- -F - 1 A r ini'-fi' 'fp-n.:'+-1. . ' - - . A - -.4 , in I . 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The gladness of her gladness, and the T he world knows nothing of its greatest peoplef' , sadness of he, sadness Virginia has been so quiet and reserved that we Are nothing to the badness of her badness I all feel like her jewels lie within her heart. Much When she's bad. can be said of her calmness and willing attitude. Arie gets along, by the line' of least resistence, ANN HARRIS. saying what she thinks and thinking what she says. I g She has- made a. name for herself in the school as I D The way tolhave a' friend is to be one. V Well as in the Class, U I ' , Siu is the most popular girl in the class, and - - - voted almost unanimously the best all-round girl. KATHERINE MILTON'- She was the successful editor in chief of The Full H5116 'S Pretty fp walk WU' I Moon during '26 and 'Z7. Witty t0 talk with And pleasantvto think on. ANNIE LEFLER. , , l , ' ' Are you looking for styles? - If so, you will find HW W-WS are ifuerhef Cfmduelf blflmele-YS, a regular fashion. model. in Katherine. Milton. It her fflendshtp -lf!-mffgf' would be impossibleto, find a situation in which she . Annie says little in school, but we findrher to be would not feel Peffeetlyet home- atvvaluable part of our class. 'though she's been M AXINE MORRIS, I with us only two years, wefve enjoyed knowing her. . . ' ' A daughter of the gods, divinely tall, I JEWEL LINDSEY' and most divinely fair. A cheerful 'disposition is a fund of Maxine not only likes to study, but she is fond ,A .ready capital. 'ofeeatingice cream. tThe Velvet kind.J 1 The for- The Seniors are proud of their efficient presi- mer is proved by the fact that she is Valedictorian dent. Her ambitions for life are unknown to most and the latter their-She Sayslso' ' S 4' of us, but there is no question in our minds as to ' ' h' l BESS OSBORNE, her. ability to manage well anything she may un- dertake' - Happy is she from--care she is free , 1 ' 7 BESSIE LITAKER' A . Why cant we all be contented like she? . j B ' 'll't. Sh l, l'l t'dl Ah, quiet lass, there are but few who . ess ls .Our Jo le? he a lo Kes 0 m llgfe , , , , ,, In that habit of continual flirtatlon. Perhaps lt IS know the treasure hid in thee! . because she has the prettiest eyes. . Though Bessie is rather cool on the outside, her ' F H .friends will verify the statement that underneath it ,VIRGINIA EFIRD' 'S all there is a bed.of glowing. coals. We expect to Knowledge is thestepping stone to ideasin hear much of her If she marries into the great work V. . . h h , , , , i, of the Methodisgministry., 4 V irginia as s own her writing ability as.L1-ter- ary Editor of I'he Full Moon,'g' and her orlglnality PAULINE THOMPSON. in the class prophecy.- A mind to conceive, a heart to resolve, LILLIAN EUDY. ' ' and a hand to 'executed' i Energy and persistence conquer all things. h Hereayvehhave at student of tmduestipned 'merit Lillian is a worthwhile classmate and a Valuable Wbitls Hered Sflmil H128 a muflflan fo HO, :ian friend. She is a girl that can be depended upon to a I 1 y' a es on Seem F0 Inter ere Wlt er do her part in all things, especially this may be said grades, for She comes out In Hymg colors' of her in the editing of theschool paper PAULINE TROUTMAN. ' CURTIS HATLEY. ' Never overserious, not too frivolous As merry as the day is long. , ,, . . , . , . but a 'are goodgm' ' Curtis is our wittiest boy, for his originality in Pauline constantly wears an R. S. V. P. smile vocabulary seems unfathomable., As ga ,character I NINE 1 I - .. ' n' -c-Irv .- . . . -I . ,, V -- . A-K A rbi.- .,,., ,h 793V-Ig, 'j-.....g., if,--Q kgs... kwa.. - 1 -,t,- v- ,:. X'r-'21 -1- i.-rf - ri f - 17+ ., .. .' 2-.WJ - - 4-an-, ..'--1- '- . -. ' 2- , -PW -ff':I-f'?ff'5il5?-L'-'I 51M.H. ' ' ' , vw . W. Hi -'pac EJ - . ' ' J Y . I wr- ' -' - 1-ff ' ' 4' W A -. 'af ' 'Qi 5 ..,, . - y..,f.., ... 99.49 , . . -L-ff '-I rf: 11 1 t . I. ' ' 'vi.'f,' ' . . A-3, ..- .- ' 1 Q, ' I-5' I. -- 't ,,g:..:1i!,: ' g K. I J- - J? fx .fi-iif.'ilv'w H in , if Q . -.gh - 11:01. -4 . gf ' ' , ' I. M' 'H' ' ' X 'N ' .535 - - , fl-0...-.t.Lz.g,4. , R-...., lg, ,,,ifg,,,,,.'f-Ag,,5 N 1 . . I , WM s.-X-.5 gg,-1,yv,Qg'55f M , - ' . '- V . 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A boy among the Seniors who attends his own business well and cares little for the affairs of others is Randall Burleson. He never fails to answer when he's called on tho', and we believe that his quietness is a sign of intelligence. r WATTIE BURLESONQS UM en of few words are the best men. In' Wattie the Seniors have their quietest and most bashful boy. But when History period comes 'round he comes from behind his screen of reserve and amazes the class by answering almost imposQ sible questions. We know little of his plans for the future but we are certain that success' will attend his efforts. g - U BRODTE HAT! ,EY. The eternal feminine doth draw us on. i Brodie is our sheik because in style and manner he merits the title. He was voted the most popular boy in the Senior Class, incidentally having the Cbiggest feetj firmest foundation. This past year he was president of the Student Council and presi- dent of Section II of the Senior Class. Keep it up, Brodie, fthe ladies like itj. S RUTH BARNHARDT. A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the best ofimenf' ' A Ruth is another who came to join us in our last year at A. H. S. tWe're sorry she didn't come sooner.j But .we've learned to like her during these nine months. She 'usuallyis inclined 'to be rather quiet in a crowd, but alone '-with a friend' she's ex- tremeiy fun of lifel THORA FESPERMAN. Smile and the world smiles with y0u. l Say what you will about girls, however, the world would be a sorry place without them, and so we weep to think of this school without Thora. Her captivating smile has prevailed in all corners of the school. , Ach! what a yawning emptiness will be left when she goes forth to conquer the world. A BILL SNOTHERLY. Little but loud. Although Bill has only been in our midst during our Senior term, we have learned to appreciate his witty sayings andwill miss his palaver next year. V ERNE SNOTHERLY. Make yourself master of men. ' Verne's not an athlete like some of our boys, but if you want to see him shine attend the History Class I from two to two-thirty o'clock! Though handsome hels not the least bit conceited. We like him for he's an all 'round good fellow! MACON ROWLAND. A V Honesty makes the man. Macon will be missed by many when he leaves with his diploma tucked under his arm. Not the least of his activities has been the efficient manner in which he has carried out his duties as treasurer of the Senior Class. If he continues the good work he has started here, he is bound to be a success in whatever profession he takes upf - ELIZABETH SNUGQS. Not too serious, not too gay, But areal good wpal, in a real good way. Elizabeth, the wittiest girl among the Seniors has added much sunshine and joy to the class. On the rainiest and roughest days Liz wears 3, Smile and looks on the good side of life. 7 GRACE LITTLE. ' Deny it who can, l Q Silence in woman is like speech in a man. 'Although Grace speaks but little, her' words are worth hearing. She is very humorous, but seldom shares her wit with her classmates. ' MARGARET MCMANUS. Filled to the brim with personality. To say that Margaretis the most attractive in the Senior Class isenough. -She has' won many friends by her charming personality. 1 l l l f l TEN ll vp.-...,-up Y I , , A , P-.-QA..-V-. -- n.'4..,. ' ' ' .:- ' ' - - ' ' 7'-,j..' . -11+ 3, fl . ' L ':' .1 - - 9' - L. , ',,. .' Y. , ' .'v9'i5- V. - - --v .- -'-- ' rf- g . ffJnvlfl:?w,73.,,, . . 'gj.,- 'fn'-fr-3' .-ae f - T - . -J-5-..Q:,,, VH, 1 ef -- - V.-O.. . --:. ' , uw, in V , rv...-. M wnqvv- -1 - . V., .754 P ,,5- I J: K we Q. f' , K V -1 V -.M -' i TH.-.4 -' - . . ,, 1-1-am, Q W-. '-- ,wr . .. -- -V- -..f--.- ,V ,. ,.,...---. su-e.....,.V.'l...... -- - . , 'W-vvnnn, - I , -wanna .sa 1 '- 1 ' . x N 3 ' v--,- H ., ft' m, , .'..! Y '-- ,-.., .-.--- 1- . - 'A A - , . . - HTL ' . .' .. ,f ' 1 1 9- Mft ' - ..- .. .. '. . S17 swf- ,'. ' , 'X' ' -i ' JN' ' ' ' 'LY . V - ' ' ' n.-4 - lzcugg, .1 .J-f J ' . ...J -V-e. . 9 - x- ..-w--,, . hge-Q-1-ff... 1- v. ' 1 l I ll . HI-SKETCHES TRUDIE WHITLEY- SENIOR SUPERLATIVE. A merry heart doth good like medicine. Surely T rudie has been all the medicine the class has needed for four years. She always has her gig- gles with her in fair or stormy weather, during holidays or exams. The A. H. S. will miss the sun- shine she always scatters and the giggles with which she punctuates the silence of study periods. ALTA WHITLEY. Speech is silver, silence is golden. This seems to be Altals policy. She is our small- est girl-physically speaking-but mentally, Alta is huge. Oh, how her wonderful geometry grades have been envied! V Great things are expected of Alta. May her efforts in life equal those of school life and her success be even greater. . Lois WATSON. Smilin' through. That short motto of Lois works wonders on her schoolmates. She always observes it. Maybe she smiles to show her beautiful teeth but maybe we would too if those priceless pearls were our own. Anyway, her magneticsmiles and sweet disposition have more friends for her that we will not attempt to number. T' MOLLY TUCKER. Happiness ischeaper than worry, So why pay the higher price. Molly is one of those girlsiwho believes in en- joying life, and overlooking the troubles which bob up daily. Well, maybe you think I care, says Molly when something goes wrong. That is exactly the way Molly feels about itg so she does just what she wishes to.. f ' Lois: 'fWhere did Victor Hugo? S Ruth: I don't know. Lois: I'll ask her. CAlaska.j I Pk T wk :x Miss Latta: Give me the 'Life of Julius Caesar'. . Mary Elizabeth: Sorry, Brutus beat me to it. The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The best sport ................................................... Elizabeth Snuggs best looking girl . ...... . best looking boy ......... cutest girl ..................... cutest boy ............... wittiest girl .................. wittiest boy ..................... best all 'round girl ........... best all 'round boy ......... most popular girl ......... most popular boy ............ most athletic girl ............ most athletic boy ............. Harris ..............Verne Snotherly .............Nina Cranford ..............Bill Snotherly ............Elizabeth Snuggs ...............Curtis Hatley Harris .............Macon Rowland Harris ..............Brodie Hatley .............Ruth Barnhardt Forrest girl with prettiest eyes ........................... Bess Osborne girl with prettiest teeth biggest flirt ............................. biggest baby ......... laziest girl ........... laziest boy .......... biggest bully .......... most conceited .......,.. . most attractive ........ .............. best natured ......... Watson ...........Bess Osborne Forrest a o ............Ar1e Miller ..................Irv1n Boaz .............Thurman F urr .............Maxine Morris Margaret McManus ...............Jewel Lindsey most studious ............. .............. J udie Burleyson most dignified .....,,... ............. l Jauline Thompson biggest feet ............ ................... B rodie Hatley Jolliest ....,.................. ... Quietest girl ............. Quietest boy ........... Most energetic ............ Most bashful girl .......... Most bashful boy ........... ................Bess Osborne ............Margie Cooper ...- ..... Wattie Burleyson ..................L1ll1an Eudy F urr .......Wattie Burleyson THE THREE-IN-ONE. Victory Crowns Labor is our motto It's the best one that could be found. A We have stood by it and honored it. , It's been our slogan the whole year 'round. Tell me, what colors are prettier Than the glorious green and white? We love, respect, and honor them. For them we'll ever jight. Our class flower is the dainty sweet-pea,' T Its color is spotless whiteg With blended green in the leaves To it we'll e'er unite. vt wk is I V Elizabeth S.: Can anyone be punished for So here are the big Three-in- One- I anything he didn't do? t ' ' Our motto, our colors, and flowers,., Miss Wessingerz 'fWhy, no, of course not. We, the Seniors, will always cherish them, V Elizabeth: Well, I haven't done any Geome- Just because they're ours. t 1 try. . -Nina Cranford. IELEVEN 1 5 ' l Qsatwdie- 't1 J-v.mv'aet--:.-st- 735'-Q. ' W new J Wgiigmses. asm.. f' TM., ,,,taiiiq,g.3:-,,,g3g,-ak, tim? , Eg f'i' Q x s-CF we .x--gw- ' .1 A-' , A . M ,vw sr . 1 I n H ..., fs .V N - --,4,, -1 f . ' ' ir M J- 7.7, r. V1- fr--w - -5- X-V h X M02 . , H U M V - . . ,,, A .- h , V 5---tj' img. si., .sr-s . V, 11' ,. .1 , ,:,., 5 W, ,VT , Mg, -Z.,-5. H I., ,.:'fJz..- .y - r-- , V ..--M , Aux:-,I-fb,-af,-fu.,-,V -- W- ,, .- - - f-. EH- F' 3-v.-fx a ,. 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' ,,-ar 1 .f- - -' , 1- q!r'- -,...-viPs'a'-3. --N i I I avi ' -- i - ....,. -...-..-.l.. ' ' T. - .. .5 -.-,.,,.. HI-SKETCI-IES f N 2' fitter K Characteristics of Seniors. I fMARY. FURRJ H ' A It is a cold winter evening. I am sitting by the fire. As I gaze into the fire watching the flames rapidly fly, I seelmy pupils one by one flit before me. They are quick and have the power of a giant. Somehow they are eleventh grade, faces that I see tonight: Bill's flirt of the head when I call on him to recite, Elizabeth's pleasing smile when I am reading something that she enjoys, jim turns off and gazes when I stop in the middle of a sentence because he is whispering to Mary Elizabeth, Thur- man crooks hiselbow and rests his head on his hand when we have an oral English lesson, Aubrey turns to one side and smiles when he reads the mistakes of his essays-4. But that reminds methat eleventh grade essays came' in today. I wonder what they did with that assignment., A V Connie's handwriting is A just like her. The whole essay is clear and neat with straight margins and 'accurate spacing. The steaming hot supper she describes is appetizing too, and once more I get to the end of the paper without having to make a single red cross in the margin. Curtis's essay comes next. I can't keep from laughing. My brain begins to pucker itself. I seem to see him writing the paper, picking up words, consulting the dictionary for big words and weigh- ing them in his hand, until .he gets that which he desires. Yet with all the care he has taken, there are many errors-an apostrophe omitted, a period for a question mark, and after all he has used the most extraordinary words. I am almost tempted to dip my pen into the black ink instead of the red. All excited, I grab the stack of papers. jim's paper is on top. AI like its fresh, boyish vigor, and there's not an error in it. Jewel's is next. I like the way it starts. I like the next sentence still better. Honesty is the best policy. I can see the characters in her story. The rest doesn't exactly measure up, but that one sen- tence makes the essay worthwhile. Then I smile broadly, for there is Irvin's spraw- ling handwriting on the page before me. I always f . I ll, DC be .Ty t 1 like to read his essays. But why should he write about a trip when I asked for something more defi- rite? I go. on reading when suddenly my imagina- tion stops with a jerk as stare at the well-known Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginian-written in lit- tle letters! There's,a beautiful simile later on that ,causesme to forget and forgive, and again I lay aside a paper that I have fully enjoyed. Margaret, Macon, Katherine, and Brodie seem to have misunderstood the assignment. For Mar- garet writes about the feasting on young monkeys in the jungles of Africaf' which I don't believe she has ever done. Macongwrites about the modern girl. Katherine writes about the newest method of curling hair. p Brodie writes about Student Govern- ment. Perhaps some day he will be governor over some one besides students. ,Other faces of my ,pupils come and go as the hours wear on, finally the glowing coals fade into ashes, and I go off to bed, hoping that dawn will bring a solution to my problem. A AMASIQUERADE. fLILLIAN EUDYJ In a small North -Carolina town, one drug store, one theatre, and one dance hall were-the onlygplaces of amusement for the younger set. Tonight was a great occasion. It was the night of the annual New Year Masquerade Ball. The weather was just as all the boys and girls had been longingifor-icold, a clear full -moon, a snow coverediworld. , -It was ideal. . . . Sue Webster was' a typical blonde, with short auburn hair and blue violet eyes, and a smooth deli- cate complexion. As she slipped her fancy costume over her head, her eyes flashed with anger, then she looked into her mirror and gave a chuckling, happy giggle. 1 - ' Maybe I am just afhigh school baby as Tom thinks I am, but I'm going to that ball! Brothers do make me tired when they go away to college! Why, last year Tomwas .delighted to take me to the Ball, but now-he acts. as if it were a social break to take his sister toia dance. He even drawled out .I-T-WELVE 1 ' 'ww-ug xi f 4'-' 1 ,phil .. ,. . . ., . . .. 11 - ,.. 1... - f, - - . 1 -, xvgy- rw-wig? QW .- '. -'K 'P' 'v -if 4 -v ' ' 7 - - ' .. ' , . ....- x, wi., l . Q ., , A. -,,X-....--great...-3...-u.?,..,,-3, x .. J.. 1, ,,,.,,.,,..ug.,,-,-g1- jr!! - WL- - W --L W nr., I. - U ,.mf,,,, -AW , ...sf-5,., ' , , fe . I . - -- 1' ., M - Q-.--.. gfjf: -- . - ' weed- .. - 1 -I- r A -' fe v- - .-..-5-w.--f - '4-- . .,: A r-- ' --A j ,fu . - ' na- ' ,,.-. f ' -..., l R- ...-.. 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Sue kissed her mother and ran down the stairs. bk 96 Dk The ball room was a combination of colors, not a dull corner in the place. Clowns dancing with beautiful ladies, a Chinese girl chatting with a Rus- sian peasantg a modern American girl and a pirate flirting, was what a lovely fairy saw as she entered the ball room. Her partner was a Brownie. That fairy! Without a doubt she was the most beautiful girl on the floor, and as the joy-making continued she proved to be the most popular. Tom thought he knew all the girls in his home town, but he was quite positive he had never laid eyes on this girl. As he was pondering whether to begin asking who she was, an accident occurred. The fairy's partner, Mr. Brownie, lost his mask. ' By jove! Itls Jack Wilson, exclaimed Tom in surprise. I thought he told me as we played tennis this afternoon that held decided not to attend the dance. I While jack was endeavoring to recover his mask, a dashing pirate swung the light-footed fairy away for a waltz. Tom made his way to Jack's side. Say, ole man, who's the fairy? Here, Tom, do help me fasten this mask. Sure, But, I say, that's some swell girl you brought to the dance. Won't you introduce me when we unmaskP The deuce! That pirate will have entirely es- caped with my fairy before you fasten that mask. Put a little speed in your finger tips! When the unruly object was suitably adjusted, jack started off without a word, but Tom wasn't to be bluffed like that. Raising his voice slightly he asked, But you will introduce me, won't you? No answer. Well, what could be the matter with Jack? He and Tom had been the best of pals last year in high school and here he was not even answering a civil question. Well, anyway, he wanted to meet that fairy! - Only once during the evening did he have a dance with the fair fairy, and then Jack cut in. When the order to unmask was given, Tom made it happen that he was standing near. Then jack whirled the fairy towards Tom and between spells of laughter said, ffMiss Webster, meet my sophisti- cated collegel friend, Mr.-Tom-Joseph-Web ster! After more laughing he continued while Tom just stared, HI heard you tell Sue you were go- ing to take Dorothy Phillips, and I knew it wasn't so. You see my brother took her to Charlotte yes- terday, where she is to spend three or four days with a friend. Sue and I decided we'd pull a little joke. At last Tom seemed to understand and then he blushed and stammered out, 'fOh, I get you, at last, Sue. You wanted to teach me you are not such a baby after all. Well, you certainly gave me a start when you unmaskedf' Then he regained all his old spirits as Sue, Jack, and he sped off in jack's road- ster. . CLASS OFFICERS. T President ..............................................,................... JEWEL LINDSEY Vice President .......... ........... B RODIE HATLEY 'SNUGGS ..........MAcoN ROWLAND Secretary ................... Treasurer ............ ...............NINA CRANFORD Class Poetess ....' . Class Historian ....... ............... I UDIE BURLEYSON Class Prophetess ....,.... .......................... V IRGINIA EFIRD MARGARET MCMANUS .......EL1zAEErH SNUGGS Giftorian .................,............................., Statistician .....,..........,........................... Last Will and Testament ................................. ANN HARRIS Valedictorian ................................................... MAXINE MoRR1s Salutatorian .......... ............ I JOUISE BUMGARDNER , N McEWEN'S Novelty Store 5c to 335.00 Merchandise L. M. McEwen OWNER N ' J I THIRTEEN 1 FLW Y Tiidm.. P wwf '-v. - -. +- .1-- T ... . -4--1 .- - .R '.1:-- ...- -..--. . . .- . . . , . X -'F' -5171,-.p, ' ,,,-5-?+ ?T fm:., ..T,T, 'if w ma. , . ' 1-p7',i ,,,' ' .'-. - ' ' ' f:--' Nw' 4 ,-wh V' .- ' ' ..-- V :kg . . -.. A-.-Riff' - -. 'A f Y:-'iw .. . 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These,lp3r- have becnljithey'contributed several players to the haps, are many, some of whichicould be remedied football, girls' and boys' basketball, and baseball and some that could not. ' teams- A A ' ' A ' Athletics in .Albemarle should be put on a stan- Beginning with football, the class of Z7 was dard with other towns the size of Albemarle for representedtby two good players, 'a 'tackle and an they are of importance, not only to the school but end. The football season strolled on' and Albemarle to the town as a whole. A it t at 1 A t t A CI1jOY?d, ssmff seed t0O,tl3all games t00- ,But 'Heal' 1 The boys and girls who trytto boost athletics Tufkalttdayl when the last Sams ls Usually PlaYeCl, have always been deprived of one of the most flim- everybody turned their attention toward basketball, portant factors: A first Class and full-.time coach. which followed immediately aftertfootball. The teams ofthe A. H. S, altvays play a good, dean When the coach sent out thercallifor candidates, game, and deserve to win but are usually beaten at these four went: Macon'Rowland, jim Forrest, Cur- the end. I A H ' ' , t , ,A tis and Brodie Hatleyfln the meantime, Miss Trues- Under the present ,System .the ooaohucannoogive dalsrths Etflsl tlll'aCt0f5 Started tlfllls with the Slfls3 time enough to practices to develop a winning team. Ot thtss, Ruth Bafnhafdtiimm Harris, Mary Eliza- For instance, the girlsibasketball team didn't have beth Etl1:tlQ Lllllanillaudya Jewel Lindsey and Estelle any coaching except from one of the teachers who Bogen Came tram the Stlllol' Class- consented to help them when it was possible. They Whcnboth teams' el'ec'tedi'capfains, it' wascfound practiced about half the time and naturally .didn't they had silected Seniors for 'this honorp Ruth get much resultsefromtheir efforts, l . . laaflthattltllfias lsaptallliat tllsiglflsiita'amfand 1ilm The -school has been equipped with practically Forrest leader of the b0Ys' team- W 1 everything necessaiy- for good teams, except a full- In baseball We .Were 110t,50 ,Well represented as time coach, who take over both-the girls- and boys in basketball, having only two boys to play this and .develop them. into winning teams.. ' ' Uattotaal pastime- i I D eThe fine indoor basketball court, athleticitfield, V The class, as a whole, has contributed her part tennis courts and the like are 'essentials forlathletics, to the Success auf athletfjgtt - V 1 but unlessthose participating in athletics' are taught Those that didn'tplay 'usually decorated the how to 'make the best possible use 'ofthemtthey are sideline,fro'otingifor the team to win, '- t helpless so far tasturning out a winner. A 7 , , . ., Q A A . The ,school is far ahead of sports in every other ,SPG-altlng Ol Cisafetteer if ulaet the fCSf Ol the line ofiitslschoolwork. Why not add the othernec- W0fld 30 buy-. -tx JF X. ,. i t cssi.ies and put Albemarle on the map' in sports? A Maxine: What is she rceiiingfn' ' , -- t e ' I' Ann: Noyes, . t T w 0.3 'C I' 5. ,L 5 ' ' 3 lin to of , . . -- -- , f A an Virginia: How far is Vicksburg from Gcttyst ical Ilachl V Q ' A ' e' 'L ' ' burg? ' V ' A ' A ' M it it it I K A . Tcachcr: One's int ,Mississippi, the other ip Margie Cooper Cvisiting Brodie Hatley's home Pcnnsylvaniajl. - 1 5 in the eountryjg 'fOht 'see those cute little cowlcts. Arie: Oh! I thought they were twins. ' Brodie: Pardon,'Margie,'but 'those are bullets. 1 sljelitiis 1 'HW -s? ,f-o-P' , , . . -.f-mf-ay, .. , f f-.1 .... .. .,- fri? E 'rf - W , 'SVI '5 g ' ., , ,sg-, .... T.T T ...af ' . V . ' ,f 'N 7'?4?Z f7'f?'s 1 fg hg ' ll., ' P. . a - -. -is ., N: 1 1, ' ' i . 5's1':', l--'Qls?S 3' , t A 1 4,75 , ., 3 , 'w:.:,,. ff -.e..-.-- v--et-:S-V--H-'-Lay f .ff r 2,. , ' N f f fe ' 'A ,,.g - V, ' '- U' S- . f ' ---- 1 - 'i . ' I -,,,7:'g',5. - -1 in , , '-... .. . ,A tw --v- -A ...MVR L., t ' F. --. ....,-..--f 1.1.4. .,--l -' x,,i.f.,v,vsue-.....,-. ...-:::- -- . A HI-SKETCHES RED LETTER DAYS. September 7-Jail terms begin. September 19-Seventeen years ago Lula Agle was born. Z9-Everybody out for football. goes for a touchdown. October 10-Irvin Boaz loses a Desert Dog. CCamel.j , October 19-Hatcher had a date with Slim, October 21-Hubert went to Porters to spend the week-end with his girl. He took three suit cases, two hand-bags, four hat boxes, and several compacts. . October 30.--Miss Wessinger had a date with Mr. Litaker. , November 3-Bessie Litaker gave a special course to all girls interested in captivating a preach- er's son. A November 14-Jewel fined S510 by a Cop for speeding. A A November 27-f'Lib Eiird hiked to Charlotte in a Buick coupe. r December 16--Aubrey got a first haircut since September 7 and got a full combing. December Z1 to january 4-Lost!! Five sound ,minds during the holidays. If found, return to Trudie and Alta Whitley-, Margie Cooper, Macon Rowland, and Verne Snotherly. January 12-Grace threatened with intelligence. january Z4- Pete arrived in town, and Mary Lilly calmly studied, on. g January 30-Bess Osborne sold a set of per- fectly good brains 17 years old and never been used. February ZeWattie Burleyson and the ground- hog saw their shadows. A February 9-The' girls' basketball team won over Oakboro. ' ' ' February 14-Katherine Reeves received a Valestine from Randall B, February Z5-Dramatic club gave a play in Charlotte. ' A March Z-- Monk 'came to school through the 18-inch snow, wearing sox. i March 18--Bill Snotherly swallowed a spoon at the Junior-Senior banquet. March Z1- Stelle fainted-Jack too. April 1-Everyone got a holiday QApril Fooll. September Thurman Furr A April 7--Lillian Eudy received a letter from Monrovia, Cal. . April 13-A match exploded in jim's pocket. Results-A couple holes and a few blisters. April ZZ-Bess Osborne contemplated buying a new hot-air machine. April 30-Stolen: Brodie Hatley's heart, some- where over near Connie Long's. May Z-Carrie Almond ilunked Math for the first time. May 10-Editorsuelected for the Hi-Sketches. May Z6-Last exams given. fSeveral nervous breakdownsj V May 30--Seniors received their lambskins, and are released from their jail term. CLASSIFIED ADS. LO I One good, sound mind, slightly used. If found, phone Maxine Morris, A. H. S. . One pair of shoes, last seen by the stairway leading to Senior Room II-Thora Fesperman. A letter bearing the stamp Monovia, California. If found, please don't read-Lillian Eudy. One wash cloth-return to Curtis. A piece of a Physics book--Margie Furr. If found, please keep. Virginia EHrd's style--not likely to be found. x Juanita Crawley's date book -donft bother to re- turn it-the victims probably won't show up anyhow. Some one worthy of answering to my name when Mr. Beam calls me to his office-Irvin Boaz. 2 FOUND: - A trunkdfull of love letters belonging to Carrie Al- t mon . A lip stick-Judie's, of course. r A jar of youth clay-Aubrey's? Sure. A' A bottle of perfume Qstrongl-Hubert Dry's. An extra five on my report card. 'If any one has lost one, please call for this one before my pop sees it-Ann, Harris. One stick of chewing gum slightly usedg last seen on the wall back of -the stage. Will Margaret McManus please call for it? Q Randall Burl'eyson's wave combs. If found, kindly give to Katherine Reeves. - A . One calorie table-return to Margie Furr, Virginia Efird or Trudie Whitley. h . -WANTED: - One megaphone-Margie Cooperp A girl Cany girll-Jim Forrest: A One ton of Anti-Fat tablets--Mary Lilly Sniiggs. A musical voice--Arie Miller. A complete transformer--Virginia Efird. A shavlngset--Bill Snotherly. . .A new tablet and pen-Mary Elizabeth Efird. One more unit---Louise Bumgardner. Il FIFTEEN 1 , ,xvm - nv 5 as-,,:av-H-1'--r-rssn 'ff-':rs,,:,, - ---M . -- .. . -. .- . ri -' f - -:':. ft-7 . A . --- rv 4- '.- - -'- ' - 112- ' - ' ' ,. . A , 'W' ' 2 Fr .- gms ' l ','u'3v:--fvfs:fq:::.gi:-'. Li g,.f:4'ff?r'1- 'r-Fe? 1 ' -,Mg '--4,-.. 'W '-i Wiatr.-,,s..:i.iQ.-..'. 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' The Place To Go When You Telephone Nos. 17 and 33 ' Want Somethmg Good. ALBEMARLE, N. C. 4 g C J When it's a question of getting food, your A delivery service grocer is your faithful stand- f R by. 'The daily.food problern would.be vastly V more dreary and tedlous without his servlce. Think it over. . . . . . . . I I Our service is dependable, prompt, courte- ous, appreciative. Our .goods are of the high- est excellence. Let your telephone bring your food-costs no more when you get it at your door. V N ' M 'W' H J C W K A A I I SIXTEEN 1 I .... , -,- . Q 1571- .- 1-. ' 7'S-J '5' A L. . - -N 'f'fF 'ff' ' l. I ' :-'-s f Ts1- v , '-w,e.g,p T TIE? -ilsflf.-f-HE' .af ' - . . 2 f - f W' ' Lf. 2' ' ' ' Y . - - 1 VW A 'rv f A f-H, Wf g.,.,'r- Q..-A Y-.f S-.--v-V --R -. - l cfm. z4.4:-4.4-'- -' - V-F I . A 'L' . - ,kia 1 ..-I 1 . -. .W .Y H an - , ,Q V-. , i QV A- . .. , -, , - . f' - . , ...- .. Q' .T' . M , ,Y H.-., .. . , 1 -war ...... ... 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