Alexandria High School - Alecko Yearbook (Alexandria, VA)

 - Class of 1931

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V. . . . .' . . rv . f lf was ALECKO ALEXANDRIA HIGH SCHOOL LI-XANDRIA HIGH SKHOOL How mam ttmes have we shouted that name on the athlenc held' We have c me to love our school durmg our too brtef sojourn under 1ts reg1me yet I wonder how many ol us lcnow 1ts hlstory a IIIQYOIW as mterestmg as our own experlence here has been? 1'or m ny years there had been ag1tat1on lor the LSf2ll'5llSl1f1lt.1'lI uf a publlc htgh school 111 the ctty of Alexandrla Some protested this btcause of the ncarncss to the large lugh schools of Washlngton and others because lugh school subjects were belng taught tn the elghth nlnth and tenth grades Ftnally those hghttng for the school won and a htgh school w as establ1shed at Lee School all grades above the seventh bemg el1m1nated Iess than a hun movement for a htgh school bulldmg was started resultlng 1n the present Alexandria High School ln 1915 After 1ts meager begmnmg the school grew rapldly Nme members composed the hrst graduatlng class whlle the present class w1ll number about nlncty hve The growth of our school IS remarkable 1n compar1son wxth the rather sl1ght growth of other Alexandrta enter prlses Its pertod of greatest expansxon was 1mmed1ately after the World War when a strong appeal was made to the masses for educat1on The present attendance IS now about SIX hundred and fifty It 1s rumored that George Mason I-hgh S hool w1ll shortly be con soltdated wlth us a movement wlnch 1f carrled through wtll brmg the enrollment to approx mmarely one thousand Ot course the teachlng staff has had to expand along w1th the student body At nrst there were s1x teachers now we have twenty sxx There have been etght prmcxpals Mr W A Anderson Major Conrad ohnson Major Stanley G Blanton Mr Brandon Trussell Mr Wood Mr Madlson Ray Mr R C Haydon and our good frlend Mr Henry T Moncure The Cadet Corps was hrst orgamzed by Major ohnson and proved of great beneht to the bows After the war tt w as not rcorgamzed untxl 1979 The Alexandr1a High School has advanced scholastlcally also Its standards have been raxsed and new methods of pedagogy xntroduced It was made an accredlted school by the Southern Assoclatlon of Schools and Colleges tn 1923 At that tlme there were about three hundred students Now the condmons are somewhat adverse to the best development of the school bulldlngs are overcrowded and equxpment 15 1nsulI1c1ent Let us hope that our parent learn the secret whlch those of 1914 lcnew and that we may soon see that long loolced forward to and much talked about new buxldmg E A 3 QREWGRD E the Staff of '31 have endeavored to produce an Alecko whlch will be different from precedmg ones It IS our hope that the several changes nn thus edition wnll prove acceptable and pleasmg to our readers moreover, that the book wlll create an interest m school actlvmes and depict typical scenes from our hugh school life In editing this record lt has been our aim to interpret more or less, the modern sp1r1t and to embody certam features whlch we feel are distinct ly characterxstlc of and our school career as we have expe lenced xt E.-4 CV were ALEC K jc ll 1 51116 ALE CKOY E D I C AT I Q N We the Class of 1931 cledlcate thls our MISS EDDIE DICKERT as a trlbute to her and a token of our appreclauon of her Unflflng parmence valuable assmstance and able guxdance 7 J . l 7 E I' edition of the Auscxo, ro IN 5 , . Roberta Hoy The ALE CK 'lfmfz but r Ar! Edztor 055111-1115F PAINTFR 1111111 Uamzglr DOL c1x5 SNIIIH rl A111 lr M125 PORSHIF z mm A111 r M155 RIARDON Magdalene Hoelr LOUIS Kn glut AI ECKO STAFF 1 ar 111 f Nlxxxuorx NIONKL RI 1 111111 111 1 M41 TllOK1A9SON 11111 1 1 fwpiff Ss UNH WELLS man flrf E Hof Hwxxoon DAXIS A11'11rtzv1115N Uanagcr 115111 F nn mmm Adu r V155 Ix11eAco11 Tx 1115 Llfl11 V M155 K1xC I HIL L1 I Courtland GFIITXITI X 1rq1n13 Smuman ean Bladnn lolfmn amex Douglas Snmh X1rg1n1a Duncan C zrfulafrurz flfarzagl r M ARY HINTON 6 ,.-,-,, W , ,LLL ,L ,f:if V Y, K ,, , L LY' 'ivfffe I -Am T., 1 l V' ',1. , ' - 7 ', Q1 l 1 I U 1 pxgf Q 1- fA.,,. Yagi H1111 - - ffzicf 1411? lvl,-UT 1 C U 511' 1 4' Elivlnr JAMES MOR1AR1Y C,AROLINE STANTON . V I ' flsff' 3 ' , G". B ,wt 'ff 1' 7' X 7 .I I 1 3 .. ' . B15 5 'Z 12 1-'11 A 1 fy 1, X I' ff Q ' : I A f 7 I I.. FIV? L: ' l 1' fc gp I 1 fc' SIU' '55 S! H v . !,. . . 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V lf Cxlhe ALECK0 Q HIGH SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS Last Lap O many three httle words may mean only the tltle of a popular song but to the 1n1t1ated few xt symbollzes hard work loyalty and school spmt Those three httle words are The Last Lap Some years ago when our race track was bemg bu1lt work was halted because of a Wrlght Mtke Houston and Bob Mldkllif unxted and mlmeographed the hrst Last Lap so called because 1t was the means by whlch the last lap of the track was to be constructed Thls paper was of the same general make up as that wlth whxch we are all famrhar cor ta1n1ng sport news jokes and mlscellaneous Items At first the publlcatlon was greeted with rldlcule and derrsron but as all good thlngs do Hourxshed and prospered Each copy sold for five cents In 1ts mfancy the nxckels were not so prevalent but we have passed the embryo stage and are now establlshed on a sounder econom1c basxs When tempted to over lndulge rn scorn of our httle paper remember the orlgm and growth of such Alecko HAT does Alecko mean? Is tt a Latm or Greek word? Surely these thoughts have passed through your mmds at least once and so to set puzzled brains at rest may we state that Alecko IS nelther Latln nor Greek but dlsttnctly Alexandr1an7 That lS Alecko IS a comblnatlon of the words Alexandrxa Echo The earhest ancestor of the ALECKO made 1ts appearance ln 1919 The edttor rn chlet was Herbert W O Meara and lf was dedlcated to the late Colonel Theodore H FlClCllI1 Sxnce the A1.EcKo s debut lf has been Hrmly estabhshed as an ofhcral organ of A H S The staff labors dthgently each year to carry out a dehmte theme along both llterary an artlstxc l1nes Last year we attempted the classlc style but our modern sophlstlcates seemed to fear the Greeks even when bearlng glfts Thls year we have spanned the centurles and have turned towards a more modern method of approach We hope that we shall merlt the approval of our readers If not all complamts wrll be recelved by the ALECKO Staff after une 30th Don t bother about Speclal Delu etv 8 .59 . V T' 'fi' SAX- - I T V "TT TT' W T V Wx lbw ' ffl ll ,X41"l- v 7 '-'V 'gl YY A 71 ' ' , . I . . . Y . . k , , . . I . ,, ,, 7 I A 7 very noticeable lack of hnances. To overcome this difhculty, three high school boys-Dick 7 7 ' , . -' A . 7 . I If 7, ' ' I 7 7 . 5 , ez va - ' - - ' ' ' rf 1- , . . - ' - tt ' av , , . . . . , . . . . , . . . d . . . . . , . . . 7 . . . J ' , . . I ! J. I.. B., 31. FACULQ R' Q... R C BOWTON Superzntendenl H T MONCURE Prmczpal 10 mfiiihe A L E C KQ Efmihe ALECKO gg D Q .Aoafvf 'E iM4,A4,o.MX' Y'--4,w-Q4-and 1j,J Miss ANDUJAR Miss APPICH Miss BLALOCK 11 MRS ELGIN CoLoNEL DEEMS Mlss FICKLIN M1 Dxc R S5 KE T Mus FORSHEE K u The ALECKO I V1-I 'fs SYIAQHM MR GIVEN MISS Hoocss MRS MASSEY MR HABIMACK MIss KING MR MILLICAN MIss HILL MIss KIRACOFE MIss MoNRoE 12 L WLS ALECKO Q mnlw Mas PARKER Mus RANOW Mxss REARDON Miss Rowusrr MR SCYPHERS Mxss WATKINS MRS WATKINS MR Wise Mxss YATES 13 Sw Lx N-4 .5 . ,, 45 ' s ' " J" Ztmt' 'W' l. 7 ffl' . 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HELENA ELIZABETH APPERSON LYNWOOD 1.EylS ARMISTEAD Lzbby Pe Club 31 30 29 L Spamsh Club 30 29 Last Lap Staff 29 Dramaucs 31 30 Y E S Gle Club Secretary 31 Pubhc Speakmg Contest 30 MARY ELIZABETH ANGEL Basketball 31 17 Cadets Color Se geant 31 30 29 Rlfle Club 31 30 Lacm Club A' X' L S Thrift Clu 'X9 MILDRED REBECCA AYERS' MYEFS zo s I K 1 xv, -. J ,Q:, 1 . , 1 1 'V s., fu : Z -A s -19 '. J ' I -If I A1148 ' 'pi ' ' i' - r, ' LQ? ' ' 'C 5-"N Q l l ij I f ZR-if 0 vi- .wil 1 .4 pf. W1 . 1,4 - - Yau K - . I. A yy: , .Q f- V5 ' l I as A SL Vf A i - L V- yg 4 A I 0 N Z V. N 5' xr .,A, U, tk is A.: VV, 'Ax I :V-J 4' J I ' X 1 1. I 4 if . E T A A L A .u . A,,"q' ', 5 ,. ,, Q.. 1. M .W 5 , 5 ' A C f A. A A TRW' fl -Hr . C f ' 1 1 . ff. e A 1. ffl? , . A . . m '. 1-Q' .A .N ' f"ffw A 1 1 I 1 .. . ,, ,, , , ' a 9 1 7 4 3 , g , 3 , P 1 1 x 7 . , , 9 A' T. F. .S. 131 '30 ' " 1 ' - 1 ,' , O. 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I'-""l 'H' I if wks COURTLAND HOUSTON GRIMM Boonev Courty ALECKO Staff 31 Dramatlcs 31 LS 3 29 Cadets 30 LEONARD LEWIS HARVEY Cadets 31 30 Latln Club 31 30 T F L S Secretary Treasurer 31 Last Lap Staff 31 Dramatlcs 31 Student Councll 30 PAULINE HUMPHREY GARDNER AMES MAURICE HAYWOOD Polly Pe Club 30 29 28 27 Student Councll 30 K K 0 Sparush Club 29 Z8 L S Athletlc Assoclatlon 30 29 Glee Club 30 29 Thrlft Club 30 29 23 28 27 Foot all 30 29 Baseball 31 Z8 Basketball 31 uxll and Palm 31 30 D L S Latm Club 28 Dramatlcs 30 A ' .uv + 1 , , Q :V ,J ,Ja 4, A. ., fe i 4 fr K., 0- . A ' 1 - 2 '1 'Q Z Q , r A -1 L xl ,A La - H- - JL, 1. S . -,rf , fr A - flfila 3 T41- 3 R 1 x .,' 4. 7 A .fl . . , , ,A I If . ' il -. S Jr 4 QL , - . . 55, ., , S' , . 3. ' , f Y ft, V' 'L K 3 ' f 5 1 V 4 gi ., N r fr V . a - R, qv, ix 1 1 A -' I af U .QI S 3 1, 3 ' ' ef ifhklg A, L 'A ' 'L T T L K sf 3 assistant S at f S 1 R - Lf' Z' 15710 A' fi ,A .,, 1 gee. 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F. . ., '31, '30 O .... , '31 ' ' ' 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' 9 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 lglcxlhe ALECKO I '32 MARY STEWART I-IINTON MAGDALEN CATHERINE HOEFT P Club 31 30 Z9 28 Thr1ft Club 30 28 Y E S T F L S Presuilent 31 30 Latm Club 31 30 29 DF3m3ClCS 31 30 ALECKO Staff 31 EVELYN MASON HEPBURN Heppze P Club 31 30 29 8 Spamsh Club 30 29 D L S Dramzmcs 30 L S Atbleuc ASSOCIBCIOH 31 Dzc ALECKO Staff 31 Spamsh Club 29 28 L S 31 29 28 Thnft Club 31 30 D L S Glee Club 31 Club 31 30 29 S Dramatlcs 31 At et1c A OC1 1 31 30" 29 8 Preslclent 30 R ERT VITT Hoy ze Ifllggk Ball 3 so ecretary reasurer VICE de 31 rama cs 31 e b 30 29, er L Cxo Sta S le Club 31 0 Athleuc ASSOCIHIIOH, , V1CC slclent umo s, ' 1 7 -J v J 1' r 31 'L 9 -3- ' A T1 Q9 jllvff' L l 1 - A fm , , 1. ffvfu 2 M.iffffS,1j ,, - V, I f 4 EM' W, 3 ., I - Vi - A , A A , A , 'NXT L1,,3TVh 3 I ,V K QV 'L R if f iz 11' 1 Ar ,A iii A-1. if K J 5 , N ep , 7 , 7 7 7 , 7 F' ' kD " I s l, 9 , , V M .... , - 1 7 ' 7 1 7 7 "', , 1 ' T.F. . .,' QVICE- ,,, 7 5 7 7 , 5 ' 7 7 , ,Q . 9 , v , ' O. . . .. '31 'lf 7 ,7 7 7 7 A Pep , , 1 1 2 1 J ' , ' r hl ' ' ,f 9 12 .. . ,, I IJ frmagg. 1: ep , 1 , s , 1 , 32 , O L aiu, 9 , 129 , ' 7 7 l , , . . . . -V , O. . . ., '31, '30 9 I ' , ' I T. F. S, ' -3 'si nt, 3 5 330 T. F. . ., '31, '30 '29 . . . 7 , , , ,30 P ,7 7 7 P U 424 ' ' D C Le 330 , , 131 U 3 K . Y. E. ., '29 1 , 8 , , , ,3 ,J l ' ' J ' Qin 31 V 1 24 K 1' if fy N. , .2-- L 'R' f. , x, V .J C K of 5 Y L- .M -- 4 PAUL CLINTON HUMPHREY ANDREW OSEPH JACOBS Athletlc Assoclatlon 31 30 Track Z9 28 Ca ets 31 30 29 Latm Club Z8 27 Spamsh Club 30 29 MALLORY GERTRUDE HUETY LAWRENCE LA VENDEL JACOBS Spamsh Club 30 Z9 Ca ers 31 30 29 L S ulll and Palm 31 30 28 Glee Club Manager 31 D L S Rxfle Team 31 Major Letter 30 Basketball 29 Foot all 31 30 Pe Club 31 30 29 28 T ack 31 30 Athleuc Assocxauon 31 30 Z9 78 25 J U I l 1, J, 1, 9, d 1,13 a, l 1, 9, d 1, 97 1, T.F. . .,'31,'30 Q' ,' ,' ,' O. D. L. S., '31, '30 T. F. L. S., '31, '30, '28 ,' O. . . .,'31,'30 K.K. ' ,'g ' ,' 1, b 9, a, P v, s, ay a, r -3 5, 3 I 3 7, -7 9, 9,- N a 1gMheALE CK I LEWIS COURTLAND KNIGHT C ets 31 30 29 Y E S ALECKO Staff 31 Basketball unIor Varslty 31 R1f1eC1ub 31 30 RUSSELL AMISON J, us Spamsh Club, '29, '28 D L S , ' , ' MARY LANGFORIJ Thrlft Club 30 29 P Club 31 30 29 28 Home Economlcs 30 AMES CLINTON LINDSEY r as Football, '30, Manager, 128 uI11 and Palm, '30, ,29 Basketball Manager, '29 Cadets, ,30, '29 26 N X r M Q J r- V L, : Q ,Q1 ' ui .F gx 1' ., X K , ' 1' ,A , , I K Thrift Club, 128 T. F. L. S., 331, '30 ad ,7 ,3 ,7 ' , 7 , 7 M .... ,329 ep ,,,,,,,, J J "R 'j. C. O. . . . 31 30 Q' ' f ,ff ' ff -'JE ff ,fifl 1 1 y. A, ALICE LoU1sE MAJ OR ou D L S 30 Pep Club 31 so 29 28 Spamsh Club 29 28 Dramatlcs 30 L 3 Z9 AMES THORNTON LUCKETT lmmy u111 and Palm President 31 30 Dramatlcs 31 30 Spanxsh Club 31 30 Latm Club Z8 L S 30 Football Captam 30 Z8 29 Basketball 29 Base all 31 28 Athletxc Assoclatxon 31 30 29 CHARLES I-IACKNEY MANKIN Chdflle Cadets 31 30 Sergeant 29 Football 28 R1f1e Team 30 Rlfle Club 30 CARROLL HACKNEY MAY R Happy H111 Vlce Presxclent Sophomore Class 29 L S O D L S Presldent 31 Dramatlcs 31 Tlmft Club 29 French Club 31 Athletlc ASSOCIZIIOD 31 30 29 Rowmg 29 MYES 9 Q vk.. .53-fx g-A fo U- :Tl ' . I '-1 " 4 . ' Tl Q .,v .. M Q . . , 3 v . . . , l M - ' V3 vw. V3 - L- ..- 2 vu v V V M M 54 I 9 ' '. . i , - , ,gg -. 'xo N , oo - N oo L , 2-1 . , '- ' u- 4 v3 IND ' ' U- ' R. '-1 A! ff -. V, ! f - .. Y LL, , ,Q Q- ,ll f .,-C , J UL ,Cl ,ff , .,1', ,fy-ff, .2 f .f-Jv ' aff.-f A if CQ uf "A W' 4 . , 1 H KJ- .v"- f ' -YC1, -.JffLf4f' ' f W' 4,4 A lfxlmfxlbe ALE CK0 El vi' rvg gm 'YJ . 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' 7 1 - , s a , , . - d , ' , ' , '29 , - y a31 ' , 1 , a . . . , , . , 3 , , ' , '28 , ' -M, i AVIES EDWARD MORIARTY ue Foo ba11 30 29 Basketball ASSISIHUI Manager 31 RIfle Team 31 30 Manager Traclc 30 uI11 and Palm 31 30 Latm Club 30 29 D L S Cadets FIFSI LIeutenant 31 30 29 Dramatlcs 31 30 ALECKO Staff 31 Second Pla e Moncure Medal Matcb Baseball 29 Athletnc Assocnanon 30 29 28 MARION ELIZABETH MONCURE Ec11torInCh1ef ALECKO 31 Latm Club PresIdent 31 VICE Presldent 30 29 L 30 D L S DramatIcS 30 Club 31 30 Z9 ASSIstantCaS11Ier 31 LatIn Contest 30 29 Glee Club 31 French Club VICE Presldent Ach1erIcAssocIanon Jl 30 29 '1 CHRISTINE GEORGINA MORRIS Dramatlcs 31 30 29 Thrlft Club 30 29 Spamsh Club 31 30 L S 1:ARLE RUSSELL Greasy M Y E S 9 L D L S Latln Club 29 Z8 Spamsh Club 31 30 Rlfle Club 31 30 Rxfle Team 30 Ca ets 31 30 Dramatlcs 31 30 Thrlft Club 29 MYERS 28 JI -L! Wh ALEQKG Q f 'sw-Z ff., 'Q 'Sw DAVID LUCIEN ONEII. TREVA GRAVES ONEIL Dramatlcs 28 L S 3 29 Cadets 30 29 K 30 Basketball 31 30 ANE SMITH NORFORD Athletlc Asso at on 31 30 29 28 VICE Preslclent Semor Class 31 xce President Freshman Class 28 Pep Club, 31, 30, 29, 28 O D L S, '31, '30 Dramatxcs, '31, 330 Latm Club, '31, Se retary Treasurer, ' 0, '29, '28 Glee Club, ASSISIHHI Manager, '31, Q0 T F L S, '28 Last Lap Staff 331, '30 Cheer Leader, '28 29 Pep Club so 29 28 L S D L S Spamsh Club 31 Thrift Club 29 Student Councll 30 OSEPHINE CROCKETT PAINTER Pep Club Treasurer 31 30 29 L S O D L S, '31 Larm Club, '30 French Club, '29 Art Edl or ALECKO, '31, '30, '29, '28 , , x 'I . ,I 5 2 . ' X , H 1 1 VI, I' B ,J V. Q 4 Q X l J J ,, , . - A - ' J ' 1 'J J ' .2992 .- 3 Y I . 1,4 - N 5'-' '13 Q: 'Q .jf ' iw 1 ff-35311, X if 71 ' L V . - 1 O . e , 3 L 4 " Q L' V 1 - J . ' , x 1 ' j 1 J . 1 ,Fu-45.31 - ,J JY, A ' I . ' f qu :'. 1 f ,J -A , F. . , A . -5 is-,-- uv Y fr- 1 ffl 2 -1, ,, la, W :frm '- .. 1 .firm wuffzl ' L, fs '11, ,M .1 I , 2 LL .K - . 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F. . .,'31,'3O 'UI' yjgghe AQLQELQKO ,,, -f-1 7' SAMUEL FRANCIS PARK am Cadets 29 Football 29 28 L S 29 D L S Df3m3ElCS 29 28 Track 29 uIll and Palm 29 BLAKE PARKER Track 27 C cts 31 30 29 Rxfle Club PresIclent 1 30 Dramaucs 31 29 Thnfr Club 31 VICE Preslclent Freshman Class, .. uIll and Palm, '31, 30 '29 DOROTHY LEE PENN Dot P Cluln 31 30 29 8 French Club 29 L S 30 D L S ULIAN WILLIAMS PENN TFLS 30 Qjlqhe ALE CKO 4 ,if '95 WWRM VIRGINIA FRANCES PITT Pep Club Vxce Preslclent 31 28 Spamsh Club 29 Z8 Thnft Club 30 L S 30 Secretary Treasurer K K Secretary 31 CARLIN PHILLIPS PEYTON n1or Class 30 ww 55663614 ELLEN HOLMES RIDGELY L O D L S 31 VICE PresIclent 30 Pep Club 31 30 29 Athletlc ASSOCIRIIOD 30 29 Dramatlcs 31 30 Glee Club 31 30 GORMAN CARLIN RIDGELY Football 29 28 27 Bur DLS 30 29 L Vxce Pres1dent Sohpomore Class Z8 S 30 uIll and Palm 30 llggiiflzfllft Zgmor Class 29 Dramaucs 30 29 28 C ers 31 30 29 Tfafk 29 Sergeant Lleutenant Adjutant 31 Captam ALECKOSI311 30 3 D L S 30 gf i 32' A1 if 'ffl 4 7'7 5 llf 77 1 i : if Hari. 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BARBARA ELIZABETH SCHLEHORN Latm Club 29 P Club 31 30 29 28 D L S L S 3 29 DAVID EDWARD ROBEY Thrift Club 30 29 28 27 French Club 29 28 27 MARGARET EDITH SHAW Slmwkv French Club 29 Pep Club 31 L S Thrlft Club 31 28 Typewrltmg Team 31 28 Boolclceepmg Team 31 Athle IC Asso Iatlon 31 30 Z9 32 J . .33 ' ' 23 ki ,N r 1. -51 fi A , . 1 1 , ' 'FT 7 If 1 uf' ,LI F , A ," N J A zu, 'T ,W 1 -' ,gf E .Lp , W' ,AG W I Wu, I Y A 'I' Y if ' '5 I ,Isl I W Typ,- " 4 V wt K 4, ' . 1 3 A ,y Yr ' I 65 ,T . '- ' , W ' .Ju A A , M RZ J I ,I K - it Ln f 4 . A gf J L L, wi R' ' ff, lb' 4 A . T In jf, K Lx , Y - 2 2. :Q - : A I4 I311 9, - . 3, Ask 2'!fKm:XUf,,i7"g.,.Q . ,L-I .w .ff A A ' , . ' ,L ., I 2, ' 7 7 7 7 7 a ep 9 9 - s O. . . ., 331 T. F. . ., ' 0, ' ,'28 T. F. L. s., '31 ' 5 s 1 9 .. ,, 3 7 7 7 I 7 3 7 7 7 7 9 7 K. K., '31, 330 7 . . . ., 7 , T F 31, so ' 7 1 ' ' , , 7 7 7 7 ' 1 7 ,- F' - 5 7 a ' L 7 7 7 IPL Iv yy 15331119 ALECKO 5 CHARLES LAMBERT SIMMS ANNIE VIRGINIA SIMPSON u111 and Palm 31 30 French Club 29 28 Rowmg 29 Pe Club 31 30 29 28 D L S Basketball 31 L S L S Tac1c313029 8 DLS Secretary Treasurer Semor Class 31 K K Treasurer 31 30 Dramaucs 31 28 Cheer Leader 31 Glee Club 31 30 Typewrltmg Team 31 Shorthand Team 31 VIRGINIA EUBANK SI-IUMAN EVELYN LOUISE SIMPSON D L S 30 Spanlsh Club 29 28 L P Club 31 30 29 8 Pep Club 31 30 29 D L S ALECKO Sraf1: 31 30 Larm Club 28 AIhlCIlCASSOCl3f1OD 31 30 29 28 Dramaucs 31 33 J? E 'li .ffl I J W W M lfff JMS It Q'. , ,7 ,7 ,S ,Y , P 9 ,Q ,y ,I O. ...,'31 T. F. . .H31 T. F. . .,'so r O....,'31 ' a ' ,7 ,S O .... ,,31,' ,'29 ' ,' ,' T.F..S.,'29 ep ,' ,' ,' 0. . . .,'31,'30 ' ' ' ,7 ,7 ,f -7 7 'Ev -bk! f C1119 ALECKO WILLIAM HARVEY SMITH B1 y Presldent Freshman Class 28 Athletlc ASSOCIBIIOH 29 Cheer Leader 30 29 Cadets 30 29 S udent Councrl 30 D L S DOUGLAS RATHBONE SMITH Douggxe L S 3 29 D L S Tlunft Club Secretary Z9 L1mLapSraf? 31 30 Busmess Manager ALECKO 31 Latm Club 31 30 CAROLINE MAsoN STANTON Carky ASSOCIBYC Edltor ALECKO 31 Club 31 30 Z9 AfhlCE1CASSOC13I10n 31 30 29 L 30 O D L S VICE Preslclent 31 Spamsh Club Vlce Presxdenr 31 French Club Treasurer 31 Glee Club 31 Dramatxcs Busmess Manager 31 Laun Club 28 ANET COURTNEY STULZ Latin Club Vice Preslclent 31 Dramatlcs 31 30 L S Y E S D L S Pep Club 31 34 3 vffw, ' . 1 'fr .V . 311.5 g,,',' , I f 7,1 I , ' , f A? 7 , ,E A - , t y ,A -. , f, . , Q-'.. lux , I5 4 L, ,' A "Q 4 'I I e 4TlA,fi'1 I " 5 V .W , an , W 1 Y A . 1" ,,,ag,r Lf ff 'V' Vi U Blu, . 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' ' , O .... , 331 Y 7 ' ! 3 1 7 7 A The ALE CKOF HELEN ELIZABETH TATSPAUGH O D L S Preslclent 31 L S 3 Z9 Basketball 31 Spanlsh Club 29 28 P 31 30 29 8 Cheer Leader 31 Glee Club 31 30 CHARLES ALEXANDER STU MP Preslclent Senlor Class 31 Cadets Lleutenant 31 30 29 Baseball 30 Football Manager 30 Assxstant Manager 29 L S D L S, ' Latm Club, 329 Spanish Club, Presxdent, 331 ulll and Palm, '31, '30 Dramatlcs, '31, '30 ALECKO STAFF, '30 35 EDYTHE MAE THOWIASSON Tommie French Club Secretary 29 Thrlft Club 31 30 29 28 K Pep Club Secretary 31 Student Counul 30 Dramatlcs 31 Assrstant Ed1C0l' ALECKO 31 Glee Club 31 30 HUGH WALTER TRAVERS Fmky Football 30 29 28 Basketball Captam 31 30 29 2 Baseball 31 Captam 30 29 French Club 29 Spamsh Club, 30 ulll and Palm, Vnce Presldent, '31 Cadets, '29 Athletxc Assocnatron, '29, '28 1 C1119 ALE C140 'is 1? I A -I1-eff GERALD ROSCOE TURNER ELSIE VICTORIA VICKERS Foot all 30 29 28 Basketball 31 27 ulll and Palm 31 30 Track Z7 Cadets 29 FRANCES PAU LINE TRENARY Club 31 30 29 Spamsh Club 29 28 Basketball 29 L S Pep Club 29 28 27 DLS 30 MARTIN HAMMOND VIOLFTTE Football 30 Dramatlcs 30 Stage Manager 31 30 R1f1e Team 31 Captam u11land Palm 31 30 D L S Student Counc1l 30 Spamsh Club 29 28 Cadets FIFSI Lleutenant I x 5.4 Y 1 I J x .xx tg . ,!'yki4 - Y Y ff-, , Y,-WHL-,,,,, Y fi ff- 51 , 7 . ,I -4 1 i .T J fgfgjg, I kk ,A I VV I , I ' qN"2'it'f ' 'I 1' '-gf I " X , ' 1 , LLL A ' A s, 1 M-.QU , 'L l lj rw Q, 1 fr C V K- K iz. , 1 , ,WY . I '. Q ,i ,Lvl 1' W , as ,lx ,X wil' ,lf I jx 'Z' " 1 I-as 'W I 1 My Vj 1 W .M fl , I W 'Ma-,AP",,L'.i'?'?m," ,fl-L 1--Wgkiia' I 1 I .sv-, 'vw Q75 ' 9 9 b 7 , 7 7 7 , 5 , 7 5 . ' , 7 O .... , ' , '29 ' 5 5 5 5 . Q , , K. K., 31, so 5 , a 7 Pep , ' , ' , ' , 128 , ' ' 5 V ' 7 5 , , 7 7 5 5 7 7 TF. . .,'s1 ' ,', ' K. K., '31, ,so Q' ,I ,I O. . . .. '31, Iso - 7 7 ' 1 7 5 5 5 5 f"""I V HY fe CThe,AL4ECKf3'r 1 ' V 'N R if ELISABETH MELNILLE WAKENIAN CATHERINE VIRGINIA WALTERS me Kxttv P 1 30 8 1. 3 29 L 31 7 D L S French Club Secretary 31 J G1ee Club 31 30 Dramatlcs 31 Pep C1ub 31 30 Glee Club J1 J0 Dramatlcs 31 Ammsxx Dgxxs XOZEOLAS OHN RAYNIOIND Wl:LL5 Cadets 9 E451 French Club 30 Cadets 1V1ajor 31 30 L S 79 R1f1e Team 31 3 Wlnner of Moncure Medal 30 Medal Hlgh Score Standmg 31 37 , - ' 5 X , V 5 Q ! ' 5 . I . . 5 . I , Y N l - A " ' J m . JL.. , SE I , -N15 J 3 ' M BA: f 1 , A -Q5 ' X 'QTL 1 437 -1 f 4 I .4 f . 1 Fx Lf' ""'- ' , 6 ,J is 1 1, ' f1 I ' 1 J ' A N x S5 7' +C A 1 g 3 ' 1 A A - in ' A gif, ' "ff . 1 F , ' A ' 1' ' ' l"l-Vx" if ' ' f ', 'E 'f .g W . ' ' A' Ffa! , ., - , V ,L I. 5, 2 'iii HSL'-Qw""g, P14 .V 4 u ' , W Q., 5-., f A ,s D Y A 'Q -'?- X. xl , 8' 3 . , 'Y' 0 , 393 ,if I X K A , I 2 if ,jg X if ,CQ 3 fi' - ai " I ,Wffi ' . A xx F rf " bfi' Q K Q iff Q 1 Us ' A L V v ' ' ..I . .. .. , ,, ep gsypz T.F..S.,'0,,,'28 T. F. . S., '31, 3 W, 18 O. . . ., '31 v ,va 3 7 no a 1 5 3 - v 9 7 ' 5 7 "1 73 ' 7 7 5 7 v 7 , 72 U ,N 7 . Q 7 x., ', , 7 1 , ' '7 - 1 Q T. F. . .. - . -8 , , 0 ' ' 7 . . 1 , 1 y 1 I ' f I ff' -K 3 if 'JJ' I Jr VA QJ il- of la' V IJ 'I V' f 'K frj r 'ji' fl" J ' vs L Af C111 CKO MANILA VIRGINIA WELLS PATTIE GRIMSLEY WOOLF Pe Club 31 30 29 28 at Lam Club 29 Pe Club 31 so 29 L s 3 29 D L S DLS AthlEI1C ASSOCIHYIOH K K Presldent 31 Basketball 30 29 Last Lap Staff 31 Boolckeepmg Team 3 LS3 SYDNEY MAE WELLS I. S 3 29 D L S P Club 31 30 29 28 K K V1cePI-eslclent 31 30 Dramaucs 31 28 ALECKO Staff 31 Cheer Leader 31 Basketball 30 29 Glee Club 31 Athletlc Assoclatlon 30 29 28 Typewrltmg Team 31 Shorthand Team 31 -X! ' Y 'xi J N . I., ,Y , Q1-L, . I mx e I 4- we 1 S ' -1 ' J J V rx E , 1 , , 9 , 1 , a , 7 7 7 P 7 , 7 T.F. . .,,o, ,zs O. 1 D .331 O "" 331, T.F....,13 Glee Club, 31, '30 Glee Club, 731 . -, ' N 5' 0 ' , , 330 'fSyd!9 T.F. . ,'zs O. . . ., '31 ep T7 , 7. , 7 , 7 Lqhe ALE CKO SENIOR CLASS HOEVER sald theres nothmg new under the sun must have been an lgnoramus be ause he had certalnly never heard of our Senlor Class Now lf some hxgh school af the Mxddle West through jealousy or sheer gaucherle should say we were only average we should merely ralse our left eyebrow we never protest too much To contlnue We couldnt have produced such an orator as ames Luckett and stlll be medlocre could we? The ayes don t have It And whlle we re on the subyect of eyes havmg It please excuse pun may we pre sen ane Norfordf? Miss Norford has refused to perform before such a large audience Another llluslon shattered Carolme Stanton has d1sproved the old adage Beautxful but dumb You wlll add to her llst of accompllshments the ablllty to do two thlngs at the same nme when you see the equal thoroughness wxth whlch she dlspatches chewmg gum and notes No-that IS not Dracula runnmg loose only Frances Franme to youj Buddln sur rounded by a m1l1tary cape Franme says What do I care about the Eastern polxcv just so the Western Unlon keeps work1ng'7 Ffaflflle BLldCllI1 Ceffalfl dlSCI'Cp3I'lClSS at PFCSCHI Fender him 3 fflfle self COYISCIOLIS Maybe Jean Bladen Lord Hlgh Pepper rn the Pep Club gets her energy from the V P S electrlclty Hey' we said maybe Ellsworth Bray IS Websters only rlval however hrs d8l:lI11C10I1S are a shade more elab crate rather ln the ohnsonesque style Lambert Srmms after clrmbmg lnto hrs trundle bed every nxght reads True Detectne Wage: me so he can solye the mystery of The Lost Chord when he gets blg Such vlg trous tralnlng deserves success Brlly Smlth says he s gonna hxtch hlke to Hollywood and g1V6 the movle dxrectors a real break ln the matter of pantomlme and faclal expressron He wlll be accompamed by sev eral of the Benda masks Hev Mxster' Golng my way? Bernice Fedder Hlther and Thlther IS one of the greatest exponents of woman s rlghts ln the buslness world The successes of two or three ALECKOS have been largely due to her precocxous sales talk Roberta Hoy hstens to reclpes over the radxo but her mmd 15 apt to wander a fact whlcn was proved on the occaslon when she made cold cream sandwlches and took a vegetable soup beauty bath uhan Penn beheyes 1n poetrc evpressxon except when he refuses to lend money to Mr Batcheller H len Tatsapaugh whose glggle 15 so perfectly xmxtated by ulla Sanderson gamed her laurels by perseverance or was If tap shagg1ng7 Space and modesty forbxd us to enumerate further the VIFIUCS of these remarkable Senlors but haven t we mentxoned enough to show that we are lxfted from the realm of the 1nconsequent1al9 We nomxnate for the Hall of Fame Ourselves '89 43 V 'YW' ,5 'YT '34, 'V N Elf-Q , 1- - g g it fi - f Z, I . : . q ' N J . ' 7 - ' ' if y, 6 , T v A - .s cj . 1 .J Russell Jamison's fThe Shadow's Shadowl life ambition is to get on the level with , ' J - S 3 1 ' ' 1 r r ' o Q ' ' J. L. B., tax. 525011112 ALECKO ,wer LM'-l'244J,f5"f 6 PSA Nr mo 557 lu 5 is 0 MXND O75 R N - JW MTX P !C , Ann., . ' ' 4 1' C If , -bw fm w-"VL 'Y S , fp 2 qv Jr I gs A rg ' I 41 gg ALECKO: f LL-'ECN fy-nf LCC, af' GL-M""L LN X 5 2 A 'C ox 641 'Y N f E 1 UQ x L I J' 2, s 6 A ff J f .- Igupfuz J 721-mf 7 My ff qf A, f by X + ,X X 5 Z 4 X, N 5 wi' 4,5 Wkffhe ALE CK0 JUNIORS AND SENIORS PARTICIPATE IN ORATORICAL CONTEST HE Oratorlcal Contest was held on the nlght of Marclu 18 xn the Hugh School Audi torlum at 8 P M After Mr Moncure and the five speakers took their places a group of Hlgh School Cadets under the leadershxp of Cadet Captam Wells entered wxth the flag and led the audience ln the pledge of allegxance Selectlons on the plano were presented by Mr Gene Stuart of Washmgton D C and trombone solos were gtven bv Mr Wlllxam E Raymond of the U S Army Band Mr Moncure explalned the orlgln of these contests He lnformed the audlence that they had orlgxnated m Calxfornxa but were now Natlonal and Internatlonal The subjects of these OYACIODS must deal ln some manner wlth the COHSIIIUIIOU m the preparatlon of whrch If was hoped that the student mlght learn a lxttle more about hls government These con tests were sponsored by the leadmg newspapers of varxous dxstrlcts The dxstrlct wlnners were to be entered ln the Natxonal Contest and the wmners of thls IH the Internatlonal Contest The judges were Professors Warren West and Elmer Haynes of George Washxngton Unlverslty and Attorney Lmdsey Carne of Alexandrla George Duffey the hrst speaker was unable to complete hxs speech however he retlred wlth some grace and ln a manner whxch requxred courage a fact whlch the audlence ap precrated mg of the nxght though paradoxlcally speaklng hls oratlon mlght be said to have been weakened by overemphasts The next orator was Haywood Davis Hls subject The Constltutlon a Guarantee of Llberty to the Indxvxdual was ldentlcal wlth that of Mr Luckett but was treated ln a far dlfferent manner FFRUCIS Rosenberger gate an account of the case McCulloch vs Maryland and 1ts bearmg on the Constltutxon Thxs oratxon was of pecuhar lnterest because of IIS rather umque choxce of toplc and method of treatment xmmy Luckett s speech was the clxmax of the evenmg He spoke on The Constltutlon a Guarantee of Lxberty to the Indlvldual Hts oratton was faultless ln every way accordxng to the declslon of the judges who llkewxse recommended that Francls Rosenberger be con sxdered as holder of second place The enthuslasm forcefulness and lnterest ln the work of all contestants attested to ex cellent tramtng recelved at the hands of thexr coach Mxss Eleanor Applch March Z3 1931 The announcement was made that ames Luckett our oratorlcal wlnner through a mlsunderstandlng regardlng the age limit would be unable to represent Alexandrla Hlgh School The alternate Francxs Rosenberger automatically became our representative with Haw wood Davls second Aprxl 8 Latest news-Our oratorlcal candldate Haywood DAVIS won hrst place m the COITIPCIIIIVC contest wxth George Mason Hrgh School Success to our vxctor m all future un dertakmgs G 42 ffl Ex' f . 14 ft fc, X ' u ' 1 F ll - , . . 7 . 7 7 . , . .. , ' , . G . . , . . . , . . u , , ' A , ' 9 s ' Harold Siegal,s subject, "Lincoln and the Constitutionn, was, perhaps, the most interest- , 7 . . . 1, . . . , . . . . ,, Y . . . h , 7 ' ' 5 ' y If 7, ' ' 7 J. , . . ,, . . . . . ,, . . , . , ' I Y . , Q. , , , . '- , . 1 1 f 1 a 'W ,I 7 V 7 7 ' , L 7 . V' ,- D- v , . , , , . A l H. ., '32. W ALE CK0 5 K .U X U 'ff .A 'A 'x .L H 4? lg one ALEQKO l. Alun Helen Alle Kathc Int A llen Dorothy Allen Isabel Allen Paul 'Xlyerson Hunter Am r y Herman Anderson Nellle Armlstead Samuel Arnold Roverta Ayres Edna Backus B1lly Bla1r osephxne Blondhelm Henry Bowxe Ralph Boyer Mary Brawner Kenneth Br1ll Madallne BFISCOB Hermome Brown Marjorle Bruln Chllton Buddm Nancy Cael Wllllam Campbell Ruth Carlton ames Carroll Lucllle Carter Sarah Caton osephxne Chadwlclc ohn Chapelle Frances Cheshxre Henry Clavgett W1ckl1ffe Chft Rlchard Coclcey Preston Cole Parlcer Coll1ns B Cool: Russell Coolcsev Elv1e Craten George Crump George Davts Frances DAVIS Robert Dean Isabel Decoss Herndon Decoss, Mathew Delaney, Morgan Dlenelt, Rxchard Dolph, La Verne 45 IUNIORS Dove Xernon Duncan X lfglnla Dullrey George Dyson Elnora Edwards Frances Edwards Samuel Ewald Bernard F1elds Allen Fleet Elsxe Fletcher Charles Fletcher Claude Floyd june Foltz Kendall Games Frances Gallagher Raymond Gary Beth Gee Allan GISI Harold Hafllng Mary Hamxlton Elvert Hammersley Carl Hammersley Bernlce Hardbrower Ethel Harvey Earl Hawes Leola Hayden Charles Haywood Lucy Howard Elwood aclcson Leonard anney ohn enn1er Roy ohnson Paulme Kaiser Sarah Kaus aclc Kelly Wllson Kxrchner Marguerlte Loeb ennebelle Major Carlyle Major Srdney Manlcm Mary Manlcm Dletrlch Mayo Ann1e McBla1r Charles McDonough Mae Mendelson, alce Mxller, Elberta Mlller, Paul Moncure, Marguerite Vlonroe hlargaret Nloore Ehzabeth lVloore ames Mo are Oscar N1 rnr y Catherine Moss Alfred Nlurphy Everett NlClil1I1 W alter Page Whlson Parks Elsle Parks Margaret Penn Marguerlte Peyton Anna Pleasants Marle Pullman Fred uayle Fannxe Mae Reese B1 y Reese E en Reese Thomas Rex Franlchn Rex Nlary Lewls Rexss Teddy Roblnson Helen Rosenberger Francxs Russell ames Saffelle Samuel Santmyer Thelma Slegel Harold Schellhorn Louise S hlag Albert Smith Catherlne Smlth Ellen Smlth Helen Snyder Marshall Smxth Wxllxam Smoot Catherme Smoot Charles Studds Marshall Summers Thomas Taylor Edward Taylor Thelma Thomas BonElle Thomas ames Turner Everette Weaver, ohn Welch Elizabeth Whxte, Ora Wlgheld, Lllhan Yarborough, Betsy m , ,.,, , . 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A , . .X-4, Q, lf Lfihg ALE CK0 1 JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY HEN we who are today the unlor Class drove up to the hxgh school ln our Bahy Austxns three years ago we were confldent of lmmedlate success ln all we undertook and llttle reallzed that the road whlch had heen smooth enough for our lclddle cars kmdergarten mlght not he so smooth when heavxer traffic went over If The flrst thlng we notlced was that we were the most mslgnlflcant persons who had started out on the road of school actxvrtles for very grown up and self possessed people were starting handsome cars all around us and we felt very small and helpless From that txme on xt seemed that we were the playthlngs of the Fates for every car on the road passed us and every accxclent came our way our tlres had to he contmually tnflated w1th school splrxt We stopped at a road house to purchase some refreshments and the school hody made a rush for us Sophomores umors SCHIOFS the Faculty and even out slders and we had to make a general party of lt and entertam them all They sa1d lf was our duty Our Austlns were so small that everybody humped mto us and tw1ce durmg the year we dlsagreeahle and even the upper classmen were afrald of them and don t say we weren t glad to s1ght the Sophomore Fxlllng Statxon at last When we drove up to thrs statxon we saw a lot of second hand LILZICS and we declded to exchange our Austms for them anythxng to get a larger car and have more of a r1ght of way on the road We started out wlth lugh hopes and were greeted heartlly ln Wrxtez-sv1lle Oratory Arh letlcs and Artsvllle and made a name for ourselves ln all four towns We met us wlth those Exam Company truclcs agaln but got hy all rlght and when we wanted refreshment we went down a slde road and escaped having to entertam the others So throu h all the twxsts and turns of the road of school act1v1t1es we have one tri g g umphant and have arrrved ln our present state We are now runnmg racers and have passed everythmg else on the road even those awful trucks have let us slip by rather easxly We have COIT18 3lI'l'10SI EO Elle End of the road and W8 hope VNC haven I left many RCW I'L1fS U1 If IOI' the OI'lCOl'D1Hg classes SO WlSl'1 LIS lL1k,li While W6 rest before SlZ3.l'IlI'1g OD the last lap C JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Preszdent CHILTON BRUIN Vrce Preszdent or-JN ANNEY Secretary Treasurer LILLIAN WIGFIELD 46 ff? -. H gt ,Q ,1- V 'Q : if 7 . I, J - .., , 4 . - ff . . , . A I Q! . . ,, Q H ,J A a 1 1 , A A - were ditched by a string of trucks from the Exam Company. They made themselves very ' 4 . I . ' , 7 7 . . ,, .g . ,, . . . , , , . , . Y S. ., 732. Sp L JJ TIWWW S 1 TD SOPHOM E HD li.. N ff? Q, . CSN . 1 + 152 Q wx V' M ,V 4 , i i""7f X I ' 'V X ' xx X X r- K x AQ, f- A ' HW of Qi- H xx f f fx Xl. L N x J X ,rf 48 LAURA ALECKQ The ALE CKO Al raham Stuart -Xngtl ost pl11I'lt -Xpperson Bentlt -Xrnold Robert -Xstry ke Mlldred Baker Barton Bay lty Bay l1ss Bender Berkow Thurman Rut 1 Rozlcr Pau Grace Bernard Bernhe1mer Norman Blunt Gertrude Bolton Pauline Glenna Srmpson Estelle Boran Roland Bayer Phineas Brawner Conway Brew er Brooks Brown Brown Brown Bryant Burns Cahrll CHFEY Bessle nez Mary Norman Edlth Charles Molly Vxctor Carroll Otey Clnlcotr Harold Clme Henry Cohen Srdney Cooksey Fay Cornell Ruth Cox Rhea Crouse Crump Decoss Drener V1rg1n1a X nolet Dorls Celestlne Doye Eugene Duty Wlllxam Eddrngton Margaret Embrey ames Ennls Thomas Ewald Barabara Fedder Stanley Fletcher Charles Fletcher Dons 40 SOPHOMORES Elrnchum ames Eolmar lVlar1on I'ug1tt Martha Glllum Llewellyn Ghcksman Betty Godfrey Vy oodrow Hall ack Hancock Dqyrd Hawes Margartt Hawes hlary Haynes Catherrnt Haynes Pearl Henderson Eya Hltt Edward acobs Carrle acobs Charles Kennedy Harry Kalser Edward Keyes Eyelyn Krrchner acob Lanham XI1I'glI'lI'l Lee Margaret Lrnton Kirk Lloyd Margaret Lo kwood Sam Logglns George L ggr s essle Lyons Edward Mankln Marjorle Mattern Wrlhelmxna McC1owan Wllllam McLane anet McLane oyce Mendelson Bennle Mendelson Sam Mercer Isabel Merchant Eredenck Mxllan Madellne Moore Amta Morrls Eyelyn Mott Mary Norris Woodxe Norford Lawson Parker Carroll Parker X xrglnxa Parks Elwabtth Pa nt Ralph Penn Maybelle Peregory Melyxn P1erpo1nt Kathryn P1erpo1nt Margaret Potz Alma Powell Ashton Pulzonc Gtraldlnt Rlley NLll1 Rrnd Annetta Rouse Harr1son Saunders Leslle Sheads Leonard Simms Charles Srmpson Davrs Smrth Smxth Srmth Snllth Smlth Smlth Smyth Carroll Lawrence Margaret Martha Sarah Vera Betty Sorrell Pearl Stephens Wllllam Stevens Nellle Stevens Robert Stulz Rrchard Sumpuon Edward Suthard Helen Suthard Ralph Thomas Monroe Thompson Nancy Trcer Edmund Trayers ohn Turner Rebecca Vaughan Plltt Wayland Lavrnla Webber Thomas Whxte jack Wh1te Harrxet W1lkerson Agnes XVllSOD Audrey Wrlson Beatrlce 1-me ffqgve' . v , ' , f y ' ,fy Q?-.5 . , lc Af . 'icf' 1 f r ,Af LJ I . ' Q . V. ., ,' . A' . A ' , V' , t 7 '77 l l 7 . l , , I V. art' . ', K . K I , , b. l '-Q, M. - ' '. '. ' w 1 -v , 1 I lv ,l v 7 s lr X v A V 9 Q 1 Y 7 7 l '17 'Q Ax Q 1 7 l C 7, , Humphries. Margaret Shepard, Lillian , 7 , I, J .3 5 , . ' . , I' ' , . 7 V 7 v 7 . , I - 1, f Iv 7 1 l 7 ,' 7 J 7 ' , 1 1 , I - It . . 4 1. rl a A v l 1 7 7 7 , X, . , , . L7 ' C Y 7 7 1 ,l 4 s 9 A I ' , Q C n , J , 4 7 I. I, . , .7 7 ,v 7 7 v7 7 7 7 Y 7 v 7 7 , J , v ,J l 1 1' ' , 7 7 ' 1 7 VE B 7 U 7 v E 1 -1 l aj l 7 7 7 ,la 7 7 7 A 7 7 1,7-I - , , V, , . ' ' A f y' , , l . , . , . , V. 1 v- 4 , . 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 l Miha ALE CK0 SOPI-IOMORE PLANE ARRIVES AT HANGAR AVING been ln the alr aboard the plane S O P H , smce our take off ln September, 1930, we malce a safe landing and ahght, wxth the wh1rr of the motors stlll soundlng 1n our ears daxly classes and our lungs hlled with pure Ozone physlcal ed and our hearts thrllled by the thought of th1s dehghtful expertence exams passed The trxp has been hazardous hut, for the most part successful There were txmes when our 1NlSe3lit?S led us mto dense logs, upon these occasxons our plane threatened to take a nose d1ve to d1saster but the 5klllfLll maneuyers of our able pllot, Thurman Baker, soon brought us out mto the clear sky agaxn Our co pllot, Tlcer, rendered valuable ald and so smoothly dld the paxr steer the plane that we could not tell when they changed places Nhrgaret Plerpotnt, who acted as mechanlc leept the motors ln perfect condltlon and attended to every etaxl We must not for et our Radio o erator, Brawner, y ho, Mllllle lcee 111 the other classes g P P g mfr rmed of our whereabouts, kept the sensmve mstruments attuned to each sound wave whlch brought news of A H S actlyltles Now we have reached the hart way llne 1n our fhght through Alexandria I-hgh School Freshmen ol yesterday, unxors of tomorrow, we now leaye our weathered craft to those wh wlll succeed us The wmgs are bent, perhaps but not broken, parachutes are unused and the englne wll' respond mstantly to co operatlon We Sophomores wlll soon chmb 1nto the plane R and attempt loftler he1ghts turow sn lc screen on the errors of the PSQI, and endeayor to brealc all former records SOPHOMORF fl ASS OFFICFRS u ent THURM,xrs BAM ue Prerztent Enuursn Txcrn Serrezarx Tnayzmr MARCARET P1FRPo1's.1 5 ,yf HA f i W"-w ,,?' we f 7 '?I.ss' . 4 A11 - ' l ' 1, s . x-0 s 1 ' s K Y s N- 1 ' s r ' , 1 Z1 .I U C Q " ' f ' ' , e r ' 't . 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'Mggg 'mg 5,5551 .N 0 Q ' m l Exvltxsa 613' 'll ' 1,5125 A 1 Y A ' x,i..': ., ,W H D Lmqhe ALECKO A V X 'f ,M i .Fo V I 52 The ALE CKO Adams Helen 'Xrnnbtcad Xlargartt Berman Harrlet Bernhardt Rosemary Bhxefley ll Burrell Benny Bradley Topplntx ISIAUYN n MY ra Carlton Geraldme Catrovy acob Chappelle Owen Ch1ce5ter Ehzabeth Chfr Ruby Coclirell Kemp Coclcrtll Nlaryaarct Coleman Frances Cook Charleb Cox Leona Crrclcenberger Stuart Crue Dorothy Curt1n Pranlchn Dans Eytlyn Davis Samuel Dennla ohmon Dxenelt ack Dobson Hazel Dodson Harland Duffey Mlldred Elhs Vlrgmla Erym lVloxley Eyans Hatue Fairfax Thomas Feagans X 1y1an Ilorence Mabel l'orbe5 Harlalm Franklin Dorothy Garyey Leo Gray Robert Hammersley Bernard Ham1lton ames FRESHMEN Hammlll Nlary HHFTIHSIOU Cora Hayyes Dorothy Henderson Bea nt Herrell Eulaha Htrrell acqut mt Htrrmg, Norytllt Hlc s Ernest Hotlt ack Horton Franlchn Humphnes Kathleen Hunter VV1lham Huntmgton Barbara Hutchmson Gertrud Irby Arnettt enmtr Cathtrme errenes Wfllham Kmght Evelyn Ladue Loulst Laynlar Nlcholaa Lee Eyclyn Loftln Barbara Longerheam Nladx wr Luckett Peyton Lunsford Camllla Lynch Kexth Magruder l'rance Nlanlcm Ethel Nlarcub Alma Marcus Thomab Nlasbey Mary Nlauyer Ellzabeth lVIcDonough Paul McCallrey Ahce Mclfenney Nlelym Nlcklenamm Franel Nlendtlson Hoyxard Nhcha l Clara Nllll8f BLYIIICL Nlxtchell Frtderlcls I 5' A L YL, , f Y O2 ' 4 :LL i - fs ' , . t ' '- , ,f a ' r , . 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' , . - a ,F K yr, , ' ,I i rg tV', 46 . . t ' f '. 1 . x ' 3 lf Clhe ALECK0 Moncure osephlne Moore Gertrude Moore Gordon Moore Orson Moore Vlrgmla Morgan Frances Mueller Mary Munday Burress Mullln Charles Nalls AUSIIH Nash Charles Nelson Ehzaheth O Nerl Sidney C Nerll James Orr Gwendolyn Ovens Catherme Owens Ellzabeth Owens Flora Padgett R1chard Pallant Evelyn Parker Isabel Pearson anet Penn Charles Perkrns LOUISE Peyton Thomas Polkmhorn Harrlet Potter LEWIS Potter Lllllan Powell Russell Pugh Edward Pulman Erancls Pulman Davrd Reld Thelma Respress Hannah Rexnolds Lourse Rhodes George Rxdgely Elmer Rxdgevsay George Roberts Adnan Roherts Edmund FRESHMEN Rogers Rohert Rowley Marvln Rush Mahel Scrlvener Nrna Shelton Edna Sxmms Ellzaheth Srmpson Charles Srmpson Ernest Smxth Smxth Smxth Smrth Smrth Smrth Sprlng Alhert Emery ames ean Thomas Walter man Fague Stanton Douglas St Clalr Maman Sullman ohn Struder Wlllard Sullivan Gladys Sutherland R1Cl13l'd Talbott Eleanor Taylor Katherme Tennesson Charles Thomas Leonard Tothlll Wllllam Trenary ack Turner Emlly Ungleshee Marlon Vla Claude Wallace ames Ward Elwabeth Ward Wllllam Weaver Marshall Wells Zora Wnlklns lucy Wllk1HSOU ohn Wood lawrence Worden Wxllram Zrmmerman Xelma 1 : . , ,I ' , , , v 7 7 7 . , . , . . . , , , 7 . a ' V 1 I s h ' N . 7 - , ., I 4 , -I ' , , . . 4 4 - ,l , , , . w . 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Y , 7 4 V , - , r ,, , The ALE LKO AMBITIONS OF A FRESHMAN HEN a Freshman enters hlgh school he naturally feels more mature and so drops many of the habxts of hxs chrldhood davs In the HFS! place everythlng IS ent1relv dlfferent He rs gxven more freedom but on the other hand the work IS harder and requlres more lI1dlVldL13l effort and attentlon on the part of the student He lb made to realue that hc must malce a certam number of cred1ts to graduate and for the hrst t1me he 15 allowed to select hxs subjects Naturally ln malcmg hls selectlons he hnds h1mself shovsmg a preference for certaln branches of educatlon whlch wlll ultxmately perhaps affect hxs whole llfe Havmg chosen the sublects most agreeable to h1m or best fitted to lns needs as the case may be he begins to feel the sudden sproutmg of amb1t1ons These ambltxons wlll cause the student to expand and develop hlmself rn sundry and dxyerse helds Ir 15 at thls perlod m hfe that he talces an mterest tn athletxcs Here through the opportunltxes generally ollered by the school a great panorama of new posslbllltxes IS opened for h1s profit and enjoyment The student who 15 not athletlcally lncllned has many other ways to develop hxs talents and further hrs 1ncl1nat1ons Debatmg oratory dramatlcs and llterary orgamzatlons furmsh h1m means of self expressxon W B 4 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Preszdent WELBY BDERLEY Vzce Preszdent ELNIER RIDGELY Secretary Treasurer GW ENDOLYN ORR in V :YE -ar ,Y a ,aa W.- :ff-17,1 nn., ----ff Tiff, f 4 - .- H - 1 "VL Q1 01,41 ' r q J r -,Q l , I 1 I I 4 -f - f Y , 1 H Q 5 - Y . v, . . . . 7 . 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V, , , . n . 1 ' - 7 I 7 7 - , ff V as . - a V, . . 7 v A A I I x I - - - A A ev 1- as , . ., 3 . f W U WLQALECKQ 5, FRESHMEN OPPORTUNITIES RFSHNH-Nl Sit up and talcc notict of tht opportunitits sou haxt which tht rtst t th st ioo tun .Stnmrt do not posstss You will all h1vc four wars ol' woc1t1on1l training, Wh inttrtstinq and htnthcial uh L. vshici is last attaining 1 position o importanct in tht school systtm You will lt 1 L ' oo f1I'UL1g1 tu nts o experitnct tiost M10 tt1c1 xou tus course Turt x ltcturts hx ttachtrs xx ho can show xx l11t tht htld of tmching has to otlcr, succtssful nuslntss inttrtsting lecturts xou will e ahh to choost 1 work for which vou are htted an which mi should enjox And alter all, the choict ol tour work is an important step in lift and is not 1 class which will enahlt you inttlhgcntly to select your vocation 1 great opportunity' Another of tour uiclusiwe opportunitics is a fourxtar course of physical education For vou girls phxsical tclucation offers socctr hockex, and hasthall all taught bv a coach who nous all ahout it Tht oxs plax asthall an socctr an sttm to get a kick out o t O courbe a ccrtain amount ol formal uorlc is requirtd for xour health hut this due not last long enough to he tiresomt l'our mars o thcse Qamts will not onlv improwt xour health and give some skill in playing hut will also teach you sportsmanship ancl fair plat hoth of which are important in tl1e great qamc of life Ancl best of all two credits will ht gum for vocational training and plaxsical education enaa ing xou to gracluatc with tht nom rtquire 18 crtclits x ith little more elfort than uc who graduate with 16 credits So cherish xour opportunities and make the most of them 56 , 'J' :ff ,tif-fl Y Y V Y W lie'-'--,lil f".' ' Al .. lf' 1 - , J s , ,, J K 4 X 3 . I 1 5 V x I ' i -if V' lx A ' lu ll- Lx fl . Q' . f' . -' 5 . A 1-.l1l' to l lc l l "l - f - F of l 'l 1. l ' IE l e - vill he men will address You and acquaint vou with the advantages of their worlc. From these most "ie I- sis 1 is..- A x Q ti "4 " f i . f ' . ' Q L l l ' " 4 ' ' , " t 's I - K L , -' s V s ' d , ' V' ' K it J. C. S., NSI. g SOCIE Y . Q' T XX N , ff X , ,Qx ff , .N hx, fxxxfx ,zxfq U f m XX V ,..rkgF.x JN- X XX ' l' KRJ -I nYn4fNJx,fTX X H . lf fire ALE CKO QUESTIONABLE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES HE football Supper gxven by tht Pep Club December I4 1930 gavt the A H S gurls the proper break vstth tht football heroes the atmosphere of the table belng more con dLlC1VL to mtlmacy than that of tht grxdtron Was lf a success' Foollsh quesuon We march on Our next scent ts one of snou lce polar htars uhalts penguxns Whtre art wt? Why 1n the South Iolt of course mth Admtral Byrd At least we thought so tylnlt we hstened to the mttrtstlng account given by Lleutenant Adams of the South Polt What now' A dance Tht Stmors? Oh no the Itrrle Freshles maybe not so ex ptrlcnced yet but glve them tlmc and rope What class won at the Pep Club Stunt Nlght Frtdav March 139 Why the unlorsl Well of all people I guess they thlnlc they are actors HISIFIOHIC ablllty comes natural to some ptople D1d some one say a dance' Yes s ' The Qulll and Palm and the Pep Clubs are gnmg a dance Aprtl 10th You can bet on thls bemg a really hlg event Tht O D L S 15 golng to hue a party Who satd so? Why Margaret Cunmngham ot course she s Chalrman of tht party commtttee and you can count on IIS being a success Tht Sophomores are shomng Just tht pmt me ltlce to see ln their plans for a dance Vu belleve the young should be tramed early to thexr soctal Ol'3l1g2-IIIOHS The Prom 15 not far dlstant Our most eventful journey through A H S 15 almost at an end and these last fond memortes of our dear Alma Mater wlll bt greatly cherlshed JS .3 139 itll 1V ' t , Lift :, 11... Y, . - - : K M, ee as I 1 s I V ' x 4 , . 7 ' , . . V f Y- x 'T - V Af N- . t 'J B- V. ' , , S, V sb-, ' I s - , y t . . . , ' , ,, u ' . .. ' ', . ' . ff , . M . h V . , . . v. Expechtlon. ' 1 x x I ' ' I Q' - ' 'hr - V ' ' ' 5 Y 7 - , , , , , , . ff ' 99 ' ' 1 ,, - , J - ' ' -. J, .'1r. f .y. . . , , 5 I - vx v Y I v ' . . . . . . A. . , , ,,l . ' Q . , V . . . . K ,, .. . ,Q I Y . . Q - M -1 W, e 1 A C. S.. 731. gheALECK0i PEP CLUB HE usual drxve for membershxp was inaugurated wxth the begrnnmg of the new school term At the hrst meetmg rt was dec1ded that all officers of the club were to be selected from the Semor Class alone The result of the electron was as follows Presrdent ean Bla den Vlce President Vlfglnla Pltt Secretary Mae Thomasson Treasurer osephlne Pamter Cheer leaders were Mary Mueller Marguerlte Penn Helen Tatsapaugh Anme Simpson Enthusxasm has run high th1s year and the old lnterest m the club has been revxved A a novel feature a new rdea was mtroduced that of Stunt Nrght and the asplrtng un1ors wallced off with all the laurels The annual Football Supper was held and largely attended Team support th1s year has been extraordmary and wrth the drawmg to a close of the present semester we feel we can truly say that w1th the lcmd assistance of Mrss Dlclcert and our officers thls year has wttnessed one of the most successful records 1n the history of the Pep Club MT '50 . 1 , . I . , J - Z . u . , . , . . g , S , J . . U and Sydney Wells. - ' , tt - 19, - - J - E. . ., '31. M I ll Cxlhe ALE CK0 H GLEE CLUB Manager MALLORY HUFTY Asszstant Manager ANE NORFORD Faculty Dzrector MRS RANOW Pzanzst ANE NORFORD HO ln Alexandna I-hgh School hasnt heard the melody whlch floats from the auch torlum durlng the first perlod on Tuesday morn1ngs9 Have you mqulred as to what opera company was presenting that lovely concert? Why the Al6X3Hdf13 Hlgh School Girls Glee Club of course' Although our Glee Club IS one of the youngest organlzatlons ln school ll xs a thrxvmg one It was made posstble by the msplrmg efforts of our frlencl helper and orgamzer Mrs Ranow The credlt for our success goes to her as she has unselhshly devoted her time and talent to us and anded us ln every way posslble Thls IS the Glee Club s thlrd year of exlstence Every year our perlocl of greatest actlvlty IS tn une when we furnish musnc for Class N1ght and the Hnal graduatlon exerctses Dur mg the year we make publlc appearances before apprecxatlve local auchences All agree that thxs season has been our most successful one udgmg from the rapxd progress made m so short a txme one may successfully prednct a brlllxant future for the Glee Club EA 60 - ffx vw. ' 525' A ' 'ZW-ff X l, if Y .- rf Q - l Secretary ,, , ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,ee, ,,,,,,,,,, , , , , ,,,,, ELIZABETH APPERsoN . . . , . . . . . . , . , . , . . A . , . . , , . y . 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A L E C K 0' THEODORE FICKLIN LITERARY SOCIETY NOTHER year has passed and once again the Theodore Ficlclin Literary Society has had a successful season The officers have been Mary Hinton President Roberta Hoy Vice President Lewis Harvey Secretary Treasurer ack Batcheller as Program Chairman has always had most interesting and instructive programs The Society stud1ed the fine arts this year Music art and literature furnished the themes of dlSCLlSS10DS and debates Meetmgs have been held twice a month with an occasional night session The Society has a standard pm It is very attractive bearing the insigma of the SOCICCY We held our annual party in the spring in the form of a cabaret luncheon It was well attended and enjoyed by everyone Four points were necessary to obtam the So lety Monogram Many members achieved these distinctions Miss Ficlclm our sponsor and faculty adviser gave the Society both helpful criticism and interesting information which we gladly accepted and employed We the graduating members of the Society take thxs opportunity to thank Miss Ficklm for her untlrmg efforts in our behalf Now the curtain falls and we bid farewell to the class of 31 It is up to those who will be umors and Seniors to carry the fair name of the Theodore H Fickhn Literary Society on to fame Success and glory for the coming years H 61 A rt u ' ' , ' 7 Y I , I ' g i l s ' - ,I 9 l 7 . , , . , . with a guard inscribed with the letter UA". 7 7 ' . . . , . , . . . . - v 7 . . , . . . 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The ALECKO ll Y ar T OLD DOMINION LITERARY SOCIETY HE OLD DOMINION LITERARY SOCIFTY in its third year of progress is making a con tmuecl and increasingly more stimulating appeal to students of the Alexandria High School who aspire to become accomplished in the fields of reading debating oratory and act ing The giving of readings and short plays before appreciative local audiences has proved extremely inspiring and beneficial to the members of the Society The members of the O D L S talce this opportunity to thank Mrs Ranow for her untiring efforts in their behalf The members of the Society deeply regret that other high school duties made it necessary for Mrs Ranow to give up her work as faculty sponsor of th, Old Dominion Literary Society, particularly because her personal interest in oratory and this Society The O D L S also takes this opportunity to welcome the new faculty sponsors MISS Appich and Miss Yates Capable oflicers were elected each semester The two presidents were Helen Tatsapaugh and Carroll May two vice presidents, Ellen Ridgly and Caroline Stanton and two secretary treasurers ean Bladen and Roberta Hoy Bernice Fedcler was Chairman of the Program Committee during the first semester and Helen Tatsapaugh during the second semester I the various programs many excellent debates readings one act plays, talks, and musical selections were rendered by the members Letters were thus earned by the more accomplished In bidding farewell to the Class of 31 the Old Dominion Literary Society urges those following to maintain the high standards set and carry the banner of the Old Dominion forward 62 a 1 1 ' debate was a paramount factor in the winning of district and state contests by members of s ' - ' ' ' s - , ,l - , , . n 9 1 ' . . , . . . . 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A L E C K of it HODGES LATIN CLUB Preszdenz MARION MONCURE l zce Preszdenl ANET STULZ Secretary Treasurer MARGUERITE MONCURE TATION A H S broadcastmg over the ALECKO network As a speclal feature we present a resume of the years accompllshments of the Hodges Latln Club The club has flourxshed thrs year despite the fact that there 15 a comparatlvely small membershlp Among the new members are several Freshmen who have obtained the re quired grades of A or B The programs have been especially benehmal as a result of much lI1dlV1dLl3l talent Among Consplracy presented by the Vlfgll and Clcero classes respectively Many members have been strrvmg d1l1gently to meet Wl h the requlrements for pms or letters Plans are under way for an elaborate Roman Feast to be held in the near future Mem bers of the Club are now devotlng a great deal of tlme to reference work ln order that the feast may be a success tn every may Eyeryone IS loolcmg forward mth great pleasure to the event The Club for the past two years has sent representatlves from Alexandrra Hugh to com pete 1n the Latm Tournament We expect to compete agam thls year and wlsh success to our candldates The Latln Club mlshes to thank lVl1ss Evelyn Hodves 1ts sponsor for her unllmlted efforts rn makmg the Club a success I thank you V M 63 , ,Q . . v 7 V A ' v . , ' I ' those programs deserving note were the skits from Virgil's "Aenid", and "The Catxllnarlan ,,. . . . , , q. . . 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M. . ., '32. emma ALE CKOF EL CLUB DE ESPANOL OFFICERS Preszdent CHARLES STUMP V1cePres1dent EVA HENDERSON Adwser Mlss CARMEN ANDUJAR L CLUB DE ESPANOL, creado en 1926 lleva ya cuatro anos colaborando con la escuela, y hos, despues de un ano mas de trlumfo, vlene a ocupar su correspondlente Slf10 en las pagmas de nuestro querxdo anuarro THE ALECKO Fue orgamzado nuestro club con el proposlto de estlmular el lnteres en el estudlo de la lengua costellana y para famlllarlzarnos mejor con la llteratura, la poesxa, la musxca, y las tradlclones de la leyendarla Espana y los demas pa1ses de habla espanola que nos rodean Los mrembros del club se slenten orgullosos del exlto alcanzado este ano y del beneflclo re clbxdo en sus reumones mteresantes como al mxsmo t1empo mtelectuales En nuestra memorla llevaremos slempre vlvas descrnpclones de Espana, de su gente y sus contumbres Nunca pod remos olvldar las coprxchosas leyendas de muJeres bellas y romantrcas, de hombres vallentes y de cxudades chlqultas pero pmtorescas El Club ha despertado en nosotros amor e mteres por la lengua espanola tan sencxlla y melodlosa por su musnca, rltmnca y alegre, por su llteratura y por sus leyendas, y esperamos que sea esta una mspxracxon para contmuar el estudlo y cono crmlentos de esta lengua que es hoy dxa el medlo de comumcacxon de vemte o mas palses y que vendra a crear las amlstad V buen deseo entre las tres AmEflC3S L 64 E? ,. l L Secretary-Treasurer, ,,........,,., .,.,,..,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r.,.. . .MARGARET LEE 7 ly ' . M. ., '33. CjheALECKO LE CERCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS Preszdent ACK BATCHELLER Vue Preszdent MARION MONCURE Trexoner CAROLINE STANTON E CERCLE FRANCAIS fur orgamse le dnx hunt fevrler cette annee pour le but d avancer len thouslasme et l mteret pour le pays la langue et les coutumes de la France Les officers sont le presldent ack Batcheller le V1cePres1dent Marlon Moncure le Secretalre Elisabeth Wakeman le Tresorler Carolme Stanton et le garant Mademolselle Reardon Les membres clu Cercle deslrent fa1re la conna1ssance de la France et parler la langue francarse Avant peu peut etre nous parlerons francais comme les Francais EW 31 65 Q gr' Secretaire ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,. .,,.,...,..,,,.....,...,,.,,,,,..,ssss, E LISABETH WAKEMAN ' ' ' ' 3 7 . , . I , . ,. 7 7 ' I . , J 5 . - . , . 3 7 5 Y Q 7 l . , ' , ' - . 7 . ., . 4 CX1heALECKOr QUILL AND PALM OFFICERS Preszdent AMES LUCKETT Secretary Treasurer RoY JENNIER QUILL AND PALM IS composed of the boys of the athletic world The letter men automatxcally become act1ve members 1f they pass all of then: classes It a member faxls one subject he becomes an mactlve member The scrubs are later voted 1n so as to 1nsp1re them to contmue wlth athletxcs and to partlclpate ln the drfferent sports Thrs orgamzatlon sponsors dances and other actlvrtles for the benefit of the athletl assocxatlon and helps the school m any other way that lt can The membership of the Club has now reached thirty five and new members are stlll being voted for The ulll and Palm has CXlSCCd for the past two years m the Alexandria Hugh School and has progressed raprdly since its begxnnmg 66 .41 M . l - ' ' A aaaaaaassaa....,.a....,aaa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasavaa.....vvva.,aaaaa.a,a .J , JR. Vice-President ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,,r,,...,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.. ..,, .,,,r.r,, ,,,... H U G 1-I TRAVERS THE ' ' . Q . . . . . , ' J. L., '31, R. J., '32, gre ALE, CKO, ,af R K 5 4,1 , X t r OFFICERS Presxdent MANILA WELLS V1cePre51a'enl SYDNEY WELLS Treasurer ANNIE SIMPSON HE K K s organrzed for the1r second year on October 23 1930 The mernbershrp showed a declded mcrease over that of last year M1ss Krng has proved an lHSP1I'lI1g advrser wrth Mrs Massey as an able assrstant The accompllshments of some of our commerc1al students are lndeed a source of wonder Many awards have been won by deserving asprrants to stenographlc perfectron Several gold pms and certlficates for speed have been awarded to our most competent typrsts P 67 K. K. Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,c,,,,,c,,c....,.,,.....,.,c,,,....,,, ,,,,,,c,,,,, ,,c,,,,,,.c,,,,,.,...,. V 1 RGINIA Prrr V. ., '31, mf1hgALECKo THRIFT CLUB OFFICERS Preszdent MARGUERITE PENN V1cePres1dent MARGARET LEE Faculty Ad-user MRS ELGIN NE of the greatest achievements m the annals of Alexandrla Hxgh School was the or ganxzatlon of the Thrxft Club We often wonder how the Senlors of mneteen twenty seven stood the expense of their graduation for the Thrlft movement was not started untll the followlng year It was then through the lundness of Mrs Elgm ln sponsormg rt that we took the lflltlal steps The Club has had many mterestmg meetmgs whxch are held on the first Tuesday of each month This term the assxstant cashlers were requested to attend all meetmgs along wxth the regular cashlers As a result greater membershxp was secured each room bemg well represented Thrift has become an lmportant subject 1n the mmds of the Hlgh School students for further proof we refer you to the many posters whnch were made by cashxers wxth the co operanon of thelr fellow bankers We the members of this splendxcl club are very proud to thlnlc that we have obtamed the goal of one hundred percent for the second consecutlve year By acquiring this prlceless hablt of saving ln our school days we have lald the stalwart foundatlon for economlc safety M 2 68 ZX b M Q Secretary-Treasurer ,,c,, ,,,,,,r.,,rcr,,,r,,.,.c,c,,,,,,,c,,,,,,,,,,,,,c,c , THELMA SANTMYER 9 . . , - . . . . , ' 7 7 5 - . . - D , . . , . . 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V V lf' L, I XX I : HD , 7 W 'fiifi Lfjjigjfhe ALE CK0 X f 2 Y- - '- f ,fi E U1 Cjll-QALECKO v 5- I THE SWEETWATER TRAIL T has come at last The play you ve been waltmg for' Thrllls' Romance' Humor' ACflOnl All thls and more IS emhodled In The Sweetwater Trall The scenes of this three act play are lald In a small vlllage of Northwest Canada during early autumn The plot revolves about ofhcers of the Royal Mounted Pollce theIr famllles and assoclates A fortune a wIll a sudden marrlage and a fake murder lead up to the clrmax a trlal' But Alls well that ends well We the crItIcs recommend thxs play as one of the outstandlng productxons of the year CHARACTERS Captam ORourke Louls BOHRAU Dan Marlow CHARLES Srum Colonel Randolph CARROLL MAY fe rey Benson CI-IILTON BRUIN Mrs Sheldon DORIS ERVIN Annze Crow oot MALLORY HUETY Pomona JANE NORFORD Vera Randolph HELEN TATSAPAUGI-I Gabby Lon Peters EARL MYERS Stella and Della Coleson o Groslean HUGH TRAVERS VIRGINIA SHUMAN EAN BLADEN Wully McCallum MALCOLM CARR MRS PEARLE RANOW Coach and Drrector 72 QQ 37 , .. . . , , . 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D U ' A ' ,,,.,,,,,,, S tt,,,,.V. ,t,,,,,,,,,,, P , ,,,,,,,,.., , J AAAAA AAA., . ,J - I Cxlhe ALECKOF THE ENDEAVORS OF 1931 Pnsuztu Bv THE SFNIORS AND UNIORS The Kmg S Englzsh A Phantasy Bv HERBERT BATES CHARACTERS RIpley ORannIgan gentleman adxenturer Kmg of the Western Shores of Karra Wmnga IEONARD ACKSONI Solclca Wagga hIs attendant and messenger ASHTON POWELI Loola hIS lovely daughter a trIf:le spoIled CARROLL MAY R Kawa Koo the reHned canmhal Kmg of the Eastern shores of Karra Wanga OHN ANNEY Warra Goola butler to O Ranmgan WILLIARI H DUTY A guard servmg Kawa Koo MARTIN VIOLFTTE SIlas T Pudlcms a man who makes money RALPH PAYNE Montmorency Van Renselaer Smythe a gentleman of class EVERETT TURNER Hard BoIled MIlce of de Gas House Gang GEORGE DUFFFY Baxter B Brashley BrIng um In Brashley champIon salesman ED HITT MOFFIS PerlhIemer who aIn t got no use for InlclISh ROBERT COHEN Garleton Purley Putterhv who never commlts an error AwIES LUCKET RIchard WIIIIS a chap of the rIght sort CHILTON BRU N Attendants on Kawa Koo VERNON DOwE ROBERT DAVIS TOPPINC, BRADLEY ALBERT SCHLAG CHARLES HAYDEN EDMUND TICFR EDWARD TAYLOR EDWARD HITT DAVIS SIMPSON PAUL BAYLISS SCENE A canmhal Island In the South Seas TIME A few years ago Wanted, A Compamon A FHFCICSI EntertaInment IN ONE ACT CHARACTERS Mr I B Loanlee searchmg for a compamon ULIAN PENN Lena Mr Loanlees Servant MARY HINTON Apphfants or the Pontzon 0 Compamon MISS Dolly HlghHOIC MARGARET CUNNINGHAM Prof Van SIcklen FRANCIS ROSENBERGER MISS ane Crane FRANCES GAINES Mr PatrIclc OBrIen RAYMOND GALLAGHER MISS I Banghard SARAH CARTER Mr BIll Boards BILLY REEsr Prof R U Strong RALPH SUTHARD Ruth Eleanor Van SIclclen EDNA PALLANT Mr A Kmght BIshop LAMBERT SIMMS SCENE Mr Loanlees SIttIng room STAFF Prof VIgene CONWAY BRAWNER Mr ohn Browne LAWRENCE ACOBS MISS ArabItha Col3lUlesmIth MALLORY HUFTY MISS SallIe Pound DORIS ERVIN Lord Regmald Mmlclepenny ALFRED Moss LIttle -Iosephxne Brown MARGARET EDDINGTON MISS Della Bnght MARGUERITE MONCURE Mr Arthur Gallm HAROLD SEIGEL MISS Sophroma Amberdoxm IME Present BARBARA SCHELHORNE Coslumer MRS PARKER and DomestIc SCIENCE Class At Door KENNETH BRAWNER In Charge of Audxtormm FRANKLIN PARKER ACK KALS MARSHALL SNYDER R4 mamder 0 Sta Is same as Senxor Plav Sta 7 Q 17 if 1 L3 QQ 77 .. I A A I ' , ' ' , V ' Z ,- I 1 v 1 - , A 4' I . , 41 I . . , ,J l , , I I , . 1' Y - , ' ,, . ' . ' , , I, . YY x'7 7 - ' ' ff Q WY fr A -' - av - h ' A rr" - xv , , .. . JA T , Vraaaaarrra A A , I V' ' J Y ' ! 7 'W V ' ! I . , . f f . . ' - :J . A . J A I . . h I ,, . . VVIFV, I - f fi I fm . J l CTheALECK0' Q1 THEATER GUIDE Unlevs otlvernm noted the curtazn wzll me at the usual Mme But o course managerf lvame tfu pmzlege o tlmngzng flwetr mmds PLAYS It Sometimes Happen Dtd you eyer set a man do what you asked h1m7 See thxs com edy wtth Carlin Peyton and Bernlce Fedder We recommend lf run too far or fast unttl you see Roherta Hoy Helen Tatsapaugh Frances Games Catherme Xvalters show how charmmg the specxes can he Foolmg the Agent I het you have done thls very thmg hut not hke Dorts Ervxn does 1 wlth the amd of anet Stull and Charles Stump The Mouse Trap Women love mtcel Do they? We ll let you hnd out ln thls farce by Wtllxam D Howells w1th an all star cast featurmg Raymond Wells and CKYOIIDS Stanton OPENINGS OF NOTE Squarmg It wlth the Boss A real comedy domg just thls very thmg wlth Sarah Carter Marguerlte Moncure Preston Cockev Bxlly Backus and others Bargains m Cathay Poets' Maybe you don t lxke them hut youll like o Painter and ack Batchellers love maktng I5 very conymclng AFTER THE SHOW Ve Layne Dont he a meany Take the gxrl frtend tm thxs well known after the show resort Plrates Cove Alexandrla s one and only MS 74 A-if W Y y H rig - - ' 9' f:1A 4.61 TEAM WY 77' ' 775, V4 fu-1 Q T 1 X 4 f - -4 ' ,T ' ' 1 1 1 1 Y f f f ,, , . k , ,- "Inde endent Order of Unmarried Women"-A crowd of "old maids", ima ine! But don't p 1 g . ,V 7 1 7 'Q U ,. , ,. . . , . . . - 1 R V , C rr 117 - v V ' - r Q . V. 7 . A . 1 1 1 1 1 rv - v - 7 - 3 V A., . J A , M . . , . . , Y Y Y Y , ., ., . . ' - . ' . 4 ' - ' f - -Q ' 4 .7 T . ' y- x I , C. . ., ,5l. FX .A f ATHLEIRQS W .XL- .-..i S.. gag J L iw xx I X x 1 A -X L4 J JP -igm ALE CKQ FOOTBALL OOTBALL trarnmg started early rn September A report was clrculated that Alexandrla Hlgh and George Mason would combine xn sports In a few days this went mto elfect due to the fact that George Mason alone dmd not have enough materlal for a team After the Hrst week of practlce under our coaches the prospects of the season were gray It was thought that Alexandrla would be represented w1th only a falr team formed from green materxal The schedule was a very hard one featurmg games wrth strong prep and hrgh schools but these games helped us gam the necessary exper1ence every team needs Our season opened none too successfully but a surprlse was rn store for those who followed hrgh school athletxcs Havmg recexved the name of a Hard Luck Team we started competttlon for the Dxstrxct champtonshrp Washnngton and Lee defendmg champs were expected to wm again thls season but Frederlclcsburg defeated them by a touchdown Thrs made Frederlclcs burg the favorxte to cop Our hxgh school had beaten Warrenton and lost to Washxngton and Lee Frederlclcsburg was our next game Thrs game was the chmax of our season Many were the rumors concermng the Yellow ackets and therr hlghly touted stars Alex 76 - 9 7 J ' 7 Ny , . - ' rt as - - 1 - v 1 - fr -I 97 - A CMJALECKGF andrla I-hgh School went onto the Held the underdogs but determlned to w1n Our team proved the answer to any coach s prayer by playlng a scrappmg game and sending Frederlclcs burgs champlonshlp hopes and touted players back to their quamt old c1ty defeated By wmmng this game Alexandrla txed for the DlSff1CI champxonshrp The athletlc ofhcers of thxs dlstrlct met to determrne what should be done about the matter At last tt was declded that Frederlclcsburg should represent the dxstrxct Thus de clsxon was a great dlsappolntment to our boys for they felt they had done thelr best to brmg glory to A H S Awards were grven the followmg Captam Luclcett Captam elect Carr enmer Travers Lxndsey Studds aclcson Brunn Mendelson Vlolette Routzahn and Morxarty Those expected to help Hlgh School next year are Carr enmer aclcson S1mpson Brum anney Ruotzahn Mendelson Hamrlton and Suthard RECORD OF SEASON Won-4 Lost-4 TOTAL SCORE Alexandrxa High School 50 Opponents 91 77 Q - - Qt as - - , . , . . . . , . . . . . , . ' 9 ' :J 7 s a sJ a v v 1 - :J :J 9 x a a Q - c .1 1 - f1heALE.CKOF j BASKETBALL LEXANDRIA HIGH SCHOOL agaxn placed a good team on the court Practice began earlv m December and after several try out games we began our schedule Thls years schedule was xndeed a very drfhcult one featurrng games wrth many prep and strong hrgh school teams besndes CHRCICUI local mdependent organrzatrons We lost only three games whlle playmg lh class B competmon Our home game wnth Frederxclcsburg proved to be one of the hugh lrghts of the season team was not so easxly defeated Before a thousand spectators the A H S team fought bravely to wm an 18 17 vlctory Havrng obtamed second place tn the drstrxct competrtlon we were rnvlted to compete rn the basketball tournament held at Wlllxam and Mary College Our team won nts first game but lost out m the Hnals to Fredertclcsburg One of the features of the season was the active competrtxon of the umor Varslty Thus team entered the Clty League and drd good work for its hrst year nn competmon The varsrty team was composed of umque flgures 78 . , . . . . 7 ' - - re U " Fredericksburg invaded this city expecting to carry home the bacon in easy fashion, but our 3 V The ALELKO Captam Hugh Traxer Flnlxx completed three xears of haslxethall for hxgh school and d1d well ln upholchng the reputatlon of h1s famxlx Hls hghtmg spmt was alxxaxs present Hugh wlll he lost hx graduamon hut we lcnow he xx1ll he a success ln college sports Lexus Schrlener Snuhhx was the hlgh schools IHlgllfy atom Though small stature he oxercame tins handxcap hx h1s sp1r1t and slc1ll Snuhhx had a hablt of malcmg a haslcet at cr1t1cal moments Hrs conslstcnt floor game estahhshtd hlm as 1 valuahle man to the tmm Frank Exans Franlc was not only h1ghest ln stature hut hxghest ln scormg He showed great 1mprovement IH h1s plax durmg the season and great thmgs are expected from htm next xear Roland Boran Tlus xear was Roland s hrst complete one w1th the team Hts playing whxle not spectacular was ot tht h1ghest cahhre He was one of our unsung heroes and helped the te1m greatly Chilton Brum 1m made h1s dehut IH haslcethall thls xear and showed he lcnew what lf was all about H1s playmg under the haslcet was remarkable Leonard aclcson Pete d1d not play much but always gave a good account of hrmself HIS Splflf helped the team to keep gomg when the game was hard and the tlde was low acl: Hudson aclc w as an addltlon from G M and certamly proved hls worth Malcolm Carr Mac was our manager who consclentlouslx worked on the team hehalf Too much credlt cannot he glven hlm for hls valuahle servlcc TOTAL SCORES Alexandrla Hlgh School 598 Opponents 687 70 ,Q fxav. Lada a.aa aaa, at w .4-W H1 , - 7 4 . .5 we 4 , , -T 1 , I ' SL ' ' ' ' .O ' " . . s . 1 . v . 1' 1 I 5 -' . . ,. .. . . - V . . . . . . ,, ,, . . V - V - - . ' Y Q 1 - V -' flj ' Q- 'f rf X . 1 f 1 1 x x ,K . - , . . , . . . : V' V 1 v - Q v A v ' - x I - A 1 H Q' ' '., , . M . . . x K I I. . . ,, . .. . . . - J .R Q f. - V V . J te -1 - A Q YQ Y' ' x V x ' - 4 Q 1 ., , . ' . V' ' r s 4 1 S h A ,- Cjhe ALECKQ GIRLS BASKETBALL HE A H S glrls team was a faxr combmatxon but could not be compared wlth the better teams of past years At txmes lf looked as though lt mlght reach undreamed of hexghts of glory but the playmg was never conslstent The team was blessed however w1th some splendxd materlal Captam Roberta Hoy playmg her last year for Alexandna Hrgh was m a large part responsible for the success of the team Roberta IS a born leader and fought hard all the tlme Tess Carter and Helen Robinson two addlttons from George Mason played very well and helped the team a great deal Frances Games performmg as guard for her second year played a splendld floor game Much IS expected from Frances next year were the games wlth Freclertcksburg and Washlngton and Lee Our team rose to nts greatest ach1evement by beatmg both of these teams Awards were grven to Captam Roberta Hoy Frances Games Tess Carter Vlrgmxa Hltt Helen Robmson Allce Haley o Caton Ehzabeth Angel Margaret Hawes Kath erme Moriarty Dorls Dlenelt and Manager Ednth Spaulding The team w1l1 be hard h1t by graduanon Those leavxng are Captam Hoy Carter Hltt Robmson Angel Dxenelt and Spauldmg It IS expected that Games Haley Caron Hawes and Morxarty wlll form the neucleus for next years team 80 l , 9 . , . . . . ' I ' . . . , , . , , . . . ' . , , ' ' ff Y, . , . . y . , , . The majority of the games were either won or lost by a small score. Notable among these . . . ,, ,, . . . 7 , , ' ' ' Q! 73 ' 9 9 a J s 9 9 ' , . . . . g . . , , . 7 7 7 7 ' I I 7 , I , . . Y The ALELKO A i' llllllil HI! 'dur BASEBALL ASEBALL practlce began about March 15th Wllh many candldates reporting for drlll The prospects for th1s season are very hr1ght wxth the return of many letter men The howhng March weather prevented several drllls but the team xs rapldly rounding mto shape Outstandlng candxdates for the team are Catcher Turner and Mudd Pltcher Hudson Burrell Backus Inhelders Brum Stump Carr Tlcomh Haywood Schrxener Outflelders Chft Travers Morlartv Baher The schedule has not hegun yet hut xt 15 expected that the team wlll wm mam games From the materlal shown m the workouts the season looks lnterestmg Our first game will he wxth Western I-hgh S hool of Washxngton 81 .39 - ,s.,,.' f- W.. , N , - fs -wi - P rj 1 A by P c rl T' is f-V T f .nf 4 K, K .Af f 'X , ,, 1 ' Y 1 ,, Q: V A' '11 1 k M k gl il! ' t i' M Ill ll! I 1 - , Y - . . i .. - , 5 . '2 1 l r,,Q'1i' 3-fl -9 t j e- f Q 4 r . 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ALE CKOI f RIFLE TEAM S rn other major sports Alexandrra and George Mason High Schools have comhmed xn the productlon of a rrfle team Consrdermg the fact that the team of 31 rs the second rn the hrstory of the school rt was very successful The first competrtlon rn whlch our team partxclpated was the Third Corps Area Inter colleglate Match 1n whxch we placed very favorably Our representatlves m this match were Warner R Arnold Cohen Redman M Zlmmerman Allen Wells M Warner Fletcher acobs R Goode Srmpson Three teams were entered 1n the Hearst Match One team was taken from the two schools combmed a second team from George Mason and a thlrd team from Alexandrla Hlgh School Each of these teams was composed of Hve men Our place rn the Hearst Match was comparatlvely hugh The first team rn the Hearst Match was composed of the followmg 1 R Warner 3 Morrarty 2 R Goode 4 R Wells 5 M Vlolette 82 l. R. 6. . 11. R. 2. I. 7. . ' 12. P. 3. Moriarty 8. Lacey 13. E. Turner 4. R. 9. . 14. C. 5. L.j 10. . 15. F. ' Cxfhe ALECKOI TRACK HE revxval of lnterest ln track xs especially evldent thls year Numerous candxdates from both Alexandrla. and George Mason Hxgh are practxclng daxly The track team will try to regam the prestlge whlch was lost to Washington Lee last year Under the leadershxp of Coach Wxlson the team w1ll enter four meets namely C Club meet at Central Un1vers1ty of Vlfglnla meet the Drstrxct meet and a dual meet with the Episcopal B squad Those bxddmg for berths on the team are McCauley Cassldy Vtolette acobs Smoot anney ackson Davls May Welnman Mahoney and others As thxs bool: goes to press the squad IS practlcmg falthfully for the season ahead of them 83 Q 1 ' ' I 4 Q.. ' H Q I O hw , - - - , rr ay 1 9 ' 9 v 9 : 1 1 :J 1 1 .I v1 Q v s y a ' Vwlfihe ALE UK0 84 g. XXX x .W , : .Y ff' ly X L' , A q' f 3 . 5 CTI118 ALE 1,140 ' THE CORPS OF CADETS HE CORPS OF CADETS of the Alexandrla Hngh S hool has completed the thtrd year of tt progress Let us talce a remmlscent glance at those years The campalgn for the organ1zat1on of a Corps of Cadets ln the Alexandrxa Hlgh School began m September 1928 The Corps was defrnxtely organized by February 1979 wlth an enrollment of one hundred forty cadets under the supervlslon of Major Chauncey McNe11l the first Federal Instructor for the Corps Three companles were formed wxth a Cadet Cap ta1n 1n charge of each All permanent officers were appomted with the exceptlon of Cad t Major The flrst Cadet Captalns were Captam Hancock Captaln Smlth and Captaln V10 lette Drill was conducted three afternoons each weelc after school hours Colonel Clarence Deems r was ass1gned by the War Department to the Alexandrta 1-11gh School as Professor of Mtlltary Sclence and Tactlcs tn uly 1929 Colonel Deems who comes from a famlly that for Eve generat ons has been represented 1n the Army of the Umted States IS a Vxrgxman and a graduate of West Point He 1S a veteran of the Phlllppme Insurrectxon and of the World War Durlng the World War he was 1n the battles of the Argonne St Mthlel and Chateau Thlerry he was awarded the Dxstmgulshed SCFVICB Medal for exceptlonally merxtorxous and dlstlngulshed servlces 1n the Held Durlng the four years rmmedrarely prlor to hls assignment to the Alexandrla 1-11gh School he was the Federal Supervlsor of all R O T C worlc ln Pennsylvama Maryland Vrrgtnta and the D1str1ct of Columbla The Cadets of the Alexandrla Htgh School are partlcularly fortu nate ln havmg as thelr commander a man of the exper1ence and ab111ty of Colonel Deems and are learnmg to apprectate more and more the character and callbre of such a leader Durlng the school year 1929 1930 the Corps made excellent progress under the mstruc tnon of Colonel Deems The Cadets were reorganlzed xnto three platoons composxng one company wlth Gorman Rldgely as Cadet Captam Dr1ll was conducted each school day dur mg school hours Rifles were lssued to the Corps by the Unlted States Government A Rlfle Team organlzed ln conjunctton wlth the Corps entered both the Third Corps Area and the Hearst Matches In May 1930 the Alexandrxa Corps of Cadets won second place mthxn four poxnts of Hrst place xn the mllttary tournament mn whlch four compantes of Cadets Company A Washlngton Lee Hlgh School Company B Washlngton Lee 1-llgh School Company D George Mason 1-hgh School and Company A Alewtandrla 1-lxgh School contested Early rn 1931 Captam Rldgelx recetved a commxsston as Cadet Major Lteutenant Wells was made Cadet Captaln The other ofhcers received thexr respectlve commissions or war rants The year 1930 31 has seen the completlon of another step toward the ultlmate goal, for vsh1ch the Corp IS strxvxng PBYTCCIIOI1 R 85 .23 fla- as - g-A ------ A. 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Lvrmj' 11141111 S11 "" 1, ALE CKOF LAST LAP HE staff of 31 has worked lard to give a newsy paper to the students new news The Government Printing Office alone in getting out the Congressxonal Record every morn ing is comparable to the Last Lap staff for speed of compilation We are obliged to let the government be one up on us we feel just now that it needs encouragement Much credit is due Miss Evelyn Hodges faculty adviser She has worked diligently in the in er st of our paper We offer our sincere and heartfelt thanks to her Doris Ervin edltorrn chief deserves a tremendous eulogy on the success of the paper Week after week with the aid of the staff she put the Last lap in the hands of the sub scribers a big job you must agree snatcher literary contributor art critic or sob sister she appeared to be equally good A brief biography sketch or tinted photograph of some member of the faculty con stituted an outstanding feature in every issue this year These profiles while lacking the savour of the modern confession were to us immensely interesting 3ClC Batcheller fl'l8 joke 6dlI0!' always l'5LlI YOU kl'1OW Wl'l3I WC FC gOlI'lg I0 Say Tl13nlCS f0l' the laughs 2-lClC WC needed m gfllng IO school IS 3. SEUOUS PFOPOSIUOII S8 T 9 ' ff 7, A W u , - . , , . . r D . I . 7 . -I - . 7 ' 1 x 1 ' . - , . XVe should like also to thank "jo" Painter for her splendid contributions. As a tabloid h 9 I V 1 -Us M . na ' ' ' C! ' ,Y - , 9 . . , . . ,, ,, . . ' f ee - as ' - - 7 7 ' ' J v ' I , 1 , I ' , . . . . . , bl , e - . J. N., ,31. fXlWEfQTlbf MENI f ' m3yK5! A , L X , 5 ,- 1 , IWIIIIHIIHIIIIHKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIllllllllIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII . ' ' Sli ' ' 1. f 'f Ii! I A 2 x fm ff v ' STRAYER COLL 721 Thxrteenth Street Washington D A College Education? 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ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE BUILDING Y Y Y Ill-ll" S Alfred Street Phone 359 C Glu 'X W A Barnett 86 Sons WHO1 LSALL COZNFBCTIONERS Crafkers Cakef Paper Bags Statzonery Clgars Tozlet S0ap5 Lxtrads Fzrewor 5 Ili RING STRFET AI FXAINDRIA Colomal Lawn Grass Seed HERBERT BRYANT S SON ALEAANDRIA X IRGINIA AERO AUTO CO R A T Distributors CHEVROLET ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA CLARENDOIN VIRGINIA FAMOUS Puntan Candy K1fCh6H 41 6 fl 11715111 CARAMELS FUDGE FRUIT NUT CHOCOLATES TAFFIES H s g g I THE TEMPLE SCHOOL EmplIa5Iz1ng Indlvldual Instructlon BUSINIS5 AND SHRETARIAI TRAINING I t I N NTU IITI 3758 Ph me 186 EARL WILEY Cplumbmg and I-Ieaung HAX E IT DONE RIGHT 7 SAIINT ASAPH STREET ILITIIIICI 57 -Y 1 I 4 7 I N C 0 R P O E D I "UIQ nz our on' I I 7 I- T. ARRI . M r. IIOZ Kin S ree! I-'hone 835 I in A I I - . I . 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