Anderson High School - Tidings Yearbook (Anderson, SC)

 - Class of 1926

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I EIGHT NQVX ffl ' ffffpw Y X 37 rf LQ-iw-M NINIL TEN Olcl Twenty SIX AsI gazed one mght on the starllt sky My fancy was caught by one Whlch glowed and grew ln SIZG untll An 1nsc11pt1on was seen thereon The words grew brlghter and brlghter stl And glowed as on burmshed steel Success wlll be for each graduate Whose motto IS I w1ll And oh classmates as we Journey There are always those less fortunate Who unalded may fall 1n the strlfe Let us always be ready to help them Thelr xx oes xx 1th fellovu ship mu: And they wlth loxe wlll lemember The best class old Twenty QlXl LILA WEQT 26 N ' , ' ' c 'll .L , cc ' , ' 4 ' 99 , L, 5' - On the busy highways of life, 7 Y ' 7 . 7 . . ld V ,- - H . .., . . 7 MARGARET ALEXANDER She has a head to contrne a tongue to persuade Ayer Lxterary Soslety Latm Club French Club H1 tory Club Chorus HELEN ANDERSON She has the qualltxes 8SH9l'lll3l success Ixgon Society latm Club History Club Mu u Club Creer Leader 24 25 26 Art Editor Vannx C se 26 Chorus 25 Foot Ball Sponsor 26 EVELYN ARCHER Her lUlC0 IS sweet and low lxgon literary Souety a nn K b H rn Club Class Basket Ball Team 26 Music I OUISI- BABB She tries with the best th xt IS ln er ml ucmomplxshe wonders Ayer Souety French Club H1 tory C ul Trr-'xsurer of Cla-s 25 Photo Enhtor of Tndlnps Cla s Prophet 26 ERA BAGWELL The gurl worthwhile IS the Illrl who can smxle when everything goes dead wrom Hlstory Club Luzon Lxterary Socxety Stnen MAMIE ELIZABETH BALLENTINE Its the songs ye smg and the smnles ye wear Thats a makmfz the sun shine every where Llgon Llteraxy Socxety V1cePresldent Sernor Class Debatmg Team 25 26 Class Hnstormr History Club Latm Club French Club MYRA ADFI AIDE BARRON A weet attractive klnd f grace A cast of thought upon her face Luzun lnteraxy Society French Club Hlstmy Club ANNF BLAKE In athletlcs and love she takes a great de llllht Llgon literary Society Treasure: Sophomor Class Basket Ball Squad 24 25 Varsity 2 Editor ln Chief Tldlngs 26 Latm Club H1s tory Club French Club Block A Club Traclf Team 25 Muslc Club Athletlc Assocxatnon Student Councll 25 26 Second Vlce President of luzon literary Society MARY HELEN BLACKMAN She was as modest and as pure as a IY Lxgon Interary Society Hlstory Club French Club ALDENF L BOWIF For shes faithful good humored and free Inzon Literary Soclety Latm Cluh Secretars and Treasurer of Hnstory Club 26 ELEVEN .. - . VV .5 V 3 " S ' ' .' ' to ' . N ' 4 v 9 I' . ' ' V .L V : - ,, . C , V A ' X -- , . A - . '- .' 4' " 3 L t' Ilu 5 ist 'J ' 3 ' . '.' ' 'Q .' Club . I " ' ' : ' h 1. - ' s ." ' -' g 3 's 'l A: . Q . .. V - -, - . I . ,-. - ' : ' ' ' c .' N. Club. U V - V , .. , - I I . . ' 'v, . : ' : ' . . 1 1 " s ' ' ' o : V. A . ' 5 - C . . .V - - - .. ' ,' ' 3 . ' 2 ' . : : ' . "-: ' ' li: . . . ,, . . .V V , - , - - . , .. .. , . , , . . . A' 4. I I H V . l'l ." ,Y '. . 3 . , Z 1 4 . l I4 v . l lr , , , ' 1 .', ' ' ' 3 ' 3 . , l . . V l 1 5 A V ' b- lWELVL THEODOSIA BROCK Her face IS fan' her heart I5 true Llgon Llterary Society Basket Ball Squad 23 Capt Basket Ball Team 25 Block A Club Athletnc Editor Tldlngs Latm Club Athletlc Assoclatxon Hxstory Club Music Club RUTH BROWN A merrler mtl wlthm the hmxt of be coming mirth I never spent an hours talk withal Lmon Lltexary Society Latm Club History Club Musxc Llub MARGARET El IZABETH BURRISS Of all the arts great mus1c IS the art to 18159 the soul above all earthly atoms llgon Soclety Musxc Club History Club Scxence Club LUCRETIA BURRISS Always accomodatlng congemal and pollte Lxgon Lxterary Socxety French Club SYBIL BURRISS Ayer Society Latm Club History Club Music Club Ayer Dramatic Club 25 Chorus CLAUDIA CAMPBELL She hath power to charm and be wxlder Ayer Lxterary Society Scxence Club 26 ORENE I CAMPBELL She has a wlnnmg personality Lxgon Society History Club ONeal Oratorl cal Contest 23 ANNE RUTH CATHCART Shes a scholar and a rare good one Ilgon Soclety President Latm Club Hlstovs Club Class Team 25 26 Capt 26 DOROTHY E CHAMBERS Shell be a credit to us all I :gon Socxety Music Club Vlce President History Club 26 President French Club EVELYN CLARK Of all the splrxts on land and sea There are none like thee lngon Llterary Society Orchestra 25 Music Llub Z6 History Club .. . . . ,, , . , . . : ' . . . .. -, I . l - - u - - n ' 1 ' . 26: ' : : 1 . . ' ,Q . . . - . z . 1 , . , . , , .. S , . . . -. .. . 1' ' : ' : ' 1 . , 3 . "The mind whose meanest wish is pure." . 3 . : .y I ,D - . - . . . .. - - .. . . , . , . . .. - - - .. . . : . 3 , .- , .. , ., I. . : . . : . . . . - . .. , . ., A. ' . z . : . - . . . - H , . . . . . - , . MARGARET HAMILTON CRAYTON A lxght heart llves long Llgon Llterary Soclety Hlstory Club Latm Llub 24 French Club 2a Chorus 2a CAROLINE ELIZABETH DOBBINS Never 1dle a minute but thrlfty and thoughtful of others Iuzon Society Latln Club History Club Muslc Llub SARA AGNES DULWORTH Good humor IS the clear blue sky f the soul Ayer Society French Llub Musxc Club H tory Club Chorus MARION BABB DUNLAP If cheerfulness be counted the measure of success then she IS a mxlhonalre Luzon Soc1ety Hxstory Club French Club Science Club SARA LOU DUNLAP A rare compound of oddity frollc and un Iuzon Llterary Socxety French Club HlSt0lY Llub LUIA MAE EISEMAN Not learned ln court nor versed ln wlt But loved by those who knew her best Lmon Society History Club French Llub LTHEI VIRGINIA EVANS A thought ungentle cannot be thought of her Lnzun Llterary Society Hnstory Club I'1cnch Club LOIS ELLISON So true hex heart so smooth her speech lLl:eon Llterary Society History Club Scnencn C u MATILDA LUCILIE EVATT She 15 meek she IS mlld Sweet and harmless as a chnld Ayer Llterary Society Ayer Dramatic Club History Club French Club MARIE VIRGINIA FOUCHE Heart ever happy and head ever wxsr. Ayer Llterary Society 25 Treasurer 26 Dra matlc Club 25 Hlstory Club Latm Club Cap tam Sponsor Foot Ball 24 THIRTLLN W w .. - , - ., - , , . - , , - . . - ,, v . . . , .. .. - 0 , H Q , , 1:4- V . . . . ,. . , . . . l . , . . H . . . , f .v 4 I 1 ' . ,, . ' . . . ,. . - . - 4 U .. . . ,- - I A . . ' H . . I . , -- . 'Zu , w 1 .. . - h ,. W ' ' 1 . 1 , A - . , - . . I - I , ' ' 1 - . , 'QWQOX I- 0UR'l LEN EMMIE FOWLER Those who paint her truest praise her must I Ulun Society French Club Music Club Science Club Glee Club 2 26 History Club S crttaiy Sophomore Class LOUISE GLENN Her eyes do twinkle in her head arlght As do the stais on a frosty night llpon Iitemry Society History Club Latm WILMFR GLENN 1 mr! who wins is the girl who works l'1e tul who tolls while the next on hlrks icon literary Society Science Club 26 MARY GLYMPH e has a voice of gladness and a smile eloquence of beauty uh lee Club 26 History Club IRENE GRAY szirl -the seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows Iigon literary Society French Club Huston Klub MAUDE LOUISE GREEN Xoull always find her true and Just A girl whom all will love and trust Aver liter ry Society History Club Scientt C ll MARY GRIFFIN Ioxe laughs nn thine eye Ayer literary Society History Club Dramatic Llub lxtin L b MARIAN HAYES Hex quiet nature seemed to be tuned o each seasons harmony lugon literary Society History Club Frencl Klub SADOLA HENDRIX Good nature and good sense herein are Joined er Ilteraiy Society Science Llub ALMA HICKS Thought is deeper than all speech Ayer literary Society History Llub i " Q ' - 5, - ' Q ' , 5 vi. i.. ' ' ' ' B. 1 A J ...rhh . . .h . u fue 'l ' ' A I was A - s ,, -. - I." ,' ' : ' ' ' . "SL ' . ' , z n ' - ." Lipton Society: Latin Club: Music Club: Science Cl : G - ' : ' ' . "A ' . . . Th: . 4 M ' ' T 3 .1 4' 'lu . l v t , . l., Ay - I ' ' : ' ' . ELIZABETH PARKER HODGES HBDDY art thou as if every day thoi hast plcked up a horse shoe Ligon Society Athletic Association French Club Hlstory Club Music Club Chorus Clas Basketball 26 Track Team 24 25 Block A Club LOUISE HU DGENS She hath a heart as sound as a bell ligon Literary Society History Club Sclunct Llub RUBY HUNNICUTT Such native sweetness she du-plays llgon Literary Society Secretary and frtas urer French Club 25 History Club Music Llun Orchestra 24 25 KATHRYN JOLLY Sweetest smiles herself adorned Ayer Iiterary Society History Club French Club Science Club CLARA ELIZABETH JONES For tho but rare thy sunny smile Tis Heavens own glance when appears Club ELLA INEZ KAY Her alr and manners all who saw mired Ayer Society Chairman Committee of Fienc1 Llub 26 History Club VIRGIE KEATON A merry heart a winning smile Happy is she all the whlle Llgon Literary Society Latin Club I'r1.n Club History Club Chorus CECIL LOUISE KING I could not love thee dear so much Loved I not honor more Iuzon Literary Society Music Club Histo Club President French Club 26 PAULINE LAYTON lf honest worth truly one On whom we can depend llgzon Literary Society French Club Histor! C u FLORENCE ELIZABETH KAY Those about her from her Shall learn perfect ways of honor Llgon Society Latin Club History Club Llas Team 26 Music Club 1' IFTLENT 0 if A L . I .. ,,, .. f , , 1 ' 0 ,H l : ' : ' : : .s . . . . , .. . , . , . .. ., A., . . : . 3 .l . ... . ' i 4 ., ,. . . : - . : . , I , . . , . , . .. - V. 1. . : ., . Z t .. , , - . I . ' " it H Ligon Literary Society: History Club: Latin " ' ad- - ., 1 ! , ' ' A ., . . . , . - - ,. . . , c . i , I L51 - . - , . . . . .. I i .. I. . . 1 a ry . . . , . . A' I l .. : 1 " ' 1 l .. . l .. . l , . . . . , 1 : : : A A , , . . . , 1 1 1 - . 'A I . .1 SIXTILLN MARGARET LINLEY Her vxrtues the masters alone can tell mon Ixterary Socnety Basket Ball Squad 1 Manager Team 26 Foot ball Team Sponsor 24 Laptam Sponsor 25 History Club Latin Llus Music Club Athletic Association Block A L u LOUISE LITTLE warranted free from sighs or frown Inzon Lnterary Soclety French Club History Club MARGARET LEWIS We doubt not that for one so true Fhere must be nobler work to do Ilxzon L1tera1y Socxety Hlstory Club French Llub Music Club Science Club CLARA LOUISE MCCLELLAN The power of gentleness IS lrreslstlble Ayer Lnterary Society Hlstory Club Vlc Prc-,udent French Club 26 EDNA McCOWN Sweet thoughts are mirrored mr Ixgon Literary Society Latm Club Hxston Club Chorus MARGUERITE McG EE Howe er at be It seems to me Tas only noble to be Kood Ixgon Ilterary Soclety French Club Science Club RUBY McCLAIN Be good sweet chxld and let who wlll be clever Ayer Society French Club INA MAYS A loung dxgmty and calm content Ixgon Lnterary Society French Club HIBIOIN Club LUCILE MAYS 'Vlodest dignity and calm content lxgon Literary Society French Club History Club Science Club ELLEN MARTIN Sunshme comes along with thee Ayer lltcary Society Musxc Club History Llub French Llub Chorus Athletxc Assocxatnon .. . n L' .' 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ELLEN REBECCA MOSELEH Qulet and neat and exceedmfzly sweet Ayer Literary Soclety Latm Club tory Club Music Club Secretary Ayer Llterary S clety 45 26 Treasurer Dramatxc Club 2a Secxc tary Junior Class Adxertlslng Vlanafler Tldlngzs GEORGIA LEE MUI DROW True and sincere loyal and kmd Presxdent Muslc Club Ilgun Socnty Assns' ant Ldltor ln Chief Tidings 26 Debating., Tram 2 26 Basket Ball Squad 25 26 Iatln L ub French Club H1-story Club Glen Club and Chmua MARY NI' PSF l'hy modesty li a candle to my merit Ayer literary Socxety MARTHA PAG FT Studlou-4 and klnd ZFHCIOUQ and sweet Llgon Lxterary Society Basketball Squad 21 25 26 H1-tory Club Latin Club Athletic Asso clatlon President Semor Class MONTIE PFARSON She wears the gay tinge f youths roses Ayer Souety Latm Club Dramatic Club Mumf- Club BFATRICE PRUITT Impulslve earnest qulck to act And make her generous though a fact Ilgon lltfrmy Society HIQIOTY Club Selena- Klub Musuc Club French Club RFTA MAYE ROBFRTS None but huself can be hex pnrallel Inzon literary Society HI-story Club Musn Club Presuhnt French Club 25 MARY RAGSDAI F Tu not the hp or eye we beauty call But the Joxnt force and full refsult of all Ayer Ilterary Soclety Music Club Frendx ub Planlst 2b Orchestra 25 Scunce C rv Dramatlc Club 25 MARGARET SCOT l' None knew her but lowe hex lnzon Interary Soclety Hlstory Club L I llub CARRIE SMITH Not too serlou not too gay But altogether a Jolly good fellow Ayer I1terary Sucnety French Club SLVLNTI' 1' N ' ' 1 ' 3 His ' : ' : ' 'o- . 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' 1 atir 7 C, ' l n l LIGHTLLN MINNIE SEIGEL There was ne er such a flower In the prarden or bower Ayer Llterary Society Hlstory Club l'rench Lluls Latm Club AI MA EDWARD SMITH Her mmd and manners won my heart Iuzon Lxterary Soclety Hrstory Club French Llub CAROLINE SPEER Lovu graces around her do dwell I n.on Llterary Society French Club Huston Llub LOUISE STEPHENS summer was she to mme eye And to my heart a Joy Lncon Llterary Soclety Science Club LUCILE STRICKLAND By nature honest by experience wlse Healthy by temperament and exerclse Ayer Lxterary Soclety French Club SARA TOWNSEND good old pal ns Sara a good httle gnl IS she As full of fun and wut as ever a gurl can be Presndent Freshman Class Vlce President Sophomore Class Joke Editor Tldmgs 2 Pxesldent Jumor Class Vlce President Llgon Society 25 Presldent 26 Debating Team 5 Llub Cheer Leader 24 25 26 LOUISE TRIBBLE Falthfulness and slncerlty first of all Imon Literary Society Class Basketball Team 25 26 Lxtenaxy Editor Tldln s 2.6 Basket hall Squad 26 Member Student Councxl 2 Latin Club History Club Music Club ELIZABE FH TRIBBLE manner bllthe and debonaxr luron Llterary Society Basketball Class Team 26 History Club 26 Basketball Squad 2 MARY RYAL ULMER Valuable artxcles are put up small packages lngon Llteraxy Society History Club Vlce President French Club 25 Member Student Coun cll 26 Secretary Senior Class Music Club JENNI E TATE She stands four square to all the wlnds that blow lngon Lrterary Society French Club Class Imam 26 Scxenre Club "As ' . ' , MA . ' Y ' 'Q . I : - I. - V D U . 4' -.261 . , ' . ,' 3 - . ,2 ' '26: Chorus: History Club: Music Club: Latin ,. l , I 3 . ' . Y ..A - - I.. .25j. : . , 1: 55' '26. " ' in ' 5 . WAN W ALLACE So fan' so sweet withal slncere Ayer Literary Society Science Club LILLIAIN ODELLE WATSON Ayer I She Hlatory 1 ict! S10 Ayer I Stlll who says lea-,t thinks most Club Latln Club Llgon Literary has lterary wuts r lteraxy I 0 I Tll- WI- BIS natural wwe smcerlty Society latm Club RUBY WLBIS rum, deep Suclety Hlbtory Club Latln Club I ll I IAN WELBORNL A face wnth zladnesa, oxerspxead Soft mllca by human klndness bred Club Science Club IILA FAY WEST A penny for each thourzht of hers Would make a mlnt of gold In.on Llteraly Society Latm Club H1-.tony Club MARY I5 WHITE Iwcr calm and dlgnllled CIHCILHCY nr unified Ayer Ilterary Society French Club HISIUIV Club Science Club JI' NNII' RU'I H WHITTLN A countenance ln whlch dld meet Sweet records promlaes as sweet Ayer Literary Soclety Secretary Dram Atu ll b 25 Member Student Council 25 2 La ll Club Ill-stony Club RUTH VVIGING PON With a toes of her head that -xtrxkex quutc dead But a smnle that rexnms me apzaxn lxgon Lnterary Society Txeaxuxer Senlor I as Ixtm Cl b President Hlwtory Club C1155 Teanf LII I IAN WILLIFORD She IS sweet and she ls ZTSCIOUS Lu.on Literary Society French Club Hxsto y Club NINLTLLNI V ' "' ' QT? .7' 'F--E ' I 1 1,-56, At QQ ,A . . . Y. ,, ,K . .1 ' , . - - : y ' I ' t t V I i . . . n A! " ' ' : ' ' : ' ' So- - . J I " I I , ,' I'k " 'l a ' . ' ' ." ' .' ' ' : I ' ' . ,V V 'P '- .' ' ' : " ' 2 E ' ' . . L . A A A Q Ayer Literary Society: French Club: History A . .. , . , ,' r ' ' ' Q ' ' 5 " -- 3 V. ', ' I , ', I . - Q - ., A A ' V4. . A' ' 3 . : ' . .- I I ' ' . L., -l 5, -H' ' u " - 2 - ' ' ' , ' 5: IH K . ' V. 'V . ,, I' ' ' ' 'Z ' .' ' ' 'l':r'3 l ,z ' ' u : ' ' ' : 'z " ' '26. .. - 1 , , -, - .. ', ' ' . , ' V. , . . . . I WENTX ii WENNONAH WILSON The :zentle mmd by gentle deeds knovsn mon Ilterary Society Hlstory Club ELIZABETH WRIGHT Far may we search before we Gnd A heart so noble and xo kmd lneon I1te1a15 Socxety French Club Hmtory I ul: MARTHA WY ATT ml e or 'l greeting., 1. u ndlrlm vw ny -he 1y,.on I 1r'uy Quin HINUDIY C um Music K u FVELYN AI ICI' X FARCIN loyal hearted -trom-. of mmd A fnner url youll nuvlhele Gnd I11.on literary Souety SCIENCE Llulx Prenvh I lub FRANCFS ANNE YOUNG Fevl thxnx. me lmpossxble to mlmlngence rm -.kill Prealdenl Sophomore Class Member Student Lounul 4 Punch Llub Hlbtory Llulm Secre l y Z Plesxdent 26 Treasurer of ln.,on o zuty 4 Wmnex of Oratorlcal Contest lla-.ketball Squad 23 2 Varsity 25 5 Blok A Cluly Captam Basketball Team 25 26 Spun xor Buys Babketball Team 24 Football 2: Pn :dent Ayer Soclety 26 Buwm'-N Man'u..fx lulml. 24: Athletic AbNOLldl,lUYl VY . " ' - is ll L' .' ' 'Q ' . . il , Q , . : . 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V ' H , I V V M V V , V 1 . . - ' '- 1 1: The Prophecy , 1-9 sex eral years I have been a teacher 1l'l a small schocl lg!-' rn the heart of the Rockles A strange and wrerd tal Q of Father Trme rs told 1n connectron wrth a large granrte peak vshrch rs near my school It has been my habrt for 5' A some trme to clrmb to a large ledge on thlq peak after school to medrtate over the happenrngs of the day One afternoon as l vs as seated here lost rn my thoughts I was drsturbed by a sllght rrorse On turnrng around who should I see but Father Trme hm' self He was dressed rn a flowrng robe hrs harr was long and whrtn and rn h1s hand he carrrcd an hour glass and a large srckle As I gazed rn wonderment he came slowlv toward me then he passed hrs han: before my eg es and commanded me to look rnto the vallev I dld so but rt was not the same lrttle valley I knew rnstead rt was a larger on frlled wrfh manv many people vsho seemed to be occupled rn varrous ways Father Trme told me that slnce I too was rnvrsrble we coull go down the vallev and observe the rnhabrtants more closely Not far from the ledge we came upon a small group of cottage These vs ere the Summer Homes of the great Lrterary GGHIUSQS of th sard thrs was because the WIIIQYS were out searchrng for materral and local color The first cottage was the home of a group of promrnert xoung Noxelrsts Ver gre Keaton Inea Kay and Paulrne Layton I recognrzed these grrls as old classmates and was very glad to hear of the1r lrterary success Near bv we found the homes of the new poet of Amerrca In rt Ruby McLa1n re1gned supreme Here rt was also that Edna McCown garned the 1nsp1rat1on to wrlte the poem The Lost Lover whrch had recently taken the world by storm Edna was closelv rrvaled by a young up start known as Lucretra Burrrss who wa gettrng famous bv her many elegres The next house was the home of the Hrstorlans and Phrlosopher Father Trme agarn rnformed me that here Sara Lou Dunlap and Carolrne Speer were worklng drlrgently nrght and day to complete the1r New Hrstory of the Mrssxng Lrnes before Mrss Ruby Hunnrcutt anl Mrss Tate opened the1r Select School for Young Ladres Some of thc competent members of the staff of thls school were Nan Wallace Ruby Webb Lourse Stephens and Ex ely n Yeargrn The school was surround ed by attractrxe gardens whrch had been des1gned by two well known land scape gardners Mary Ulmer and Loulse Trrbble I forgot to tell you that L1la West taught Art rn the school and Lucrlle Strrckland was head of the Musrc Department fBut Im gett1ng away from m colonv of wrrterslj I had just started to tell you that I peeped rnto the 11 rndovs of Sara Lou s cottage and there sat Martha Wyatt and Marv Grrflin tvro xx orld famed prlosophers Ill a heated argument as to vr hether Lottle Webb Margaret Lexus or Ruth Wrglngton would be the best presrdent for The Toe Dancer s Club On the porch of thrs same cottage sat Margaret Scott the famous brographer who was gettrnr her latest book ready for the press The book was entrtled Essay on Mrss Marv Glrmph The Martvr for the Cause of Cats and Dogs Father Trme sard that Jennre Ruth Whrtten lrved wrth Margaret but TWI-,N'l X IWO ' 'W i S v 1 S 1 ' 1 k 1 '- 4 1.5 ' , 1 .1 . f ' . ' . C .1 . ,,, 1. 1 1 4.1 H . ,, . . . . . ., W 6 l Qvijf' 5 . . . laik ' ' ' f' u ls ' 1 he Rift. l ' ' ' 1. 1 1, 1 1, 1 .1 . . ,, . ,, . u Q L L , 1' . . 1 1. , 1 1 ., l I ' LL L . L I , 1 I , 1 1 1 Y I . . 1 u K 1 ' ' 7 ' 1' 1 , 1 1 we L 1 5 ' I u ,, . ,, . . . . I T L L L g S 1 1 1 1 e ' ' ll ' fl tlme. I notrced that most of the houses were empty. Father Trme L L L1 . L n 1 7' y l 1 l I I Y a 7 7 7 ' 4 r , 1 . . ' S 1 . . . . ,, 7 77 ' 1 , . . s ., ' 9 5 61 ' Y! ' ' . ,, . . . . ,, . . p LL ' ' ' L6 ' Y! 1 pw ' 7 1' . Y V . ' , , . 1 7 - 1 1 'L .xc o l , . XY v' 1 ' 7 1 , 1 I 0 - 7 V . - . 1 A Lv s 1 ' ' , ' . CK ,Yi YY ' L L L a L Q C vl I 1 . . , 1 , 1 , 1 1, 0 J w 1 v Q xv w I 66 111 ' , ' n H 1 . . ,, ' . . . . that she Jenme Ruth spent most of her tlme chaslng butterflle for speclmens She had one of the best collectlons 1n the yvorld accom mg to Wenonah W1lson Ph D In the last cottage the home of the grammauans yve found th star Engllsh students of the Class of 26 IHIDHIC Selgel Mary Neese Claudla Campbell Margaret Crayton and Clara Jones NIIHHIE Erg llsh books were now the text books for the pub11c schools all over the Unlted States These books had been sey erely denounced by a renoyy 11 ed cr1t1c Lucllle May es M1nn1e brought lt up before the coult The Judge MQTIOH Hayes declded m fay or of IVIIIIHIS 1n splte of the splendld argument that Lucllle s lawyer Maude Loulse Green put up Father Time gaye my arm an 1mpat1ent tug and remlnded me that we must hurry At last we came to a large lake and Father Tlme sald that we would watch the swlmmmg match Two of the best swlmmers of the Umted States were to compete They wele as I am sure you hayf guessed Ehzabeth Burrlss and Kathryn Jolly At th1s pomt we heard someone screamlng about an aeroplane wleck Of course we rushed to see It We arrlyed just as they were pulllng the pllot out of the debr1s and I recognlzed MODIIQ Pearson A doctor rushed up and 1n buslness l1ke manner began eycamlmng Montle She pronounced MOHIIC w1th her shell rxmmed spectacles and recognlzed Dorothy Chambers' lWho would ever have thought 1t"J The mechanlcs came to clear up the wreck and I heard the ovel seer d1rect1ng the workers ln a loud XOICC that I knew wlthout lookln f belonged to Theodosla Brock I found out later that Myra Barron Helen Blackman Margaret Alexander and Ruth Brown were Theo doslas chlef helpers Just then a small Ford roadster drew up to the curb and out hopped El17abeth Wrxght Mary Ragsdale and Ellen Martln the star reporters on the New York Tlmes Whlle they took notes on the accldent l heard them talklng about a strange robbery YVh1Cl'l had taken place ln one of the most popular theaters of New York A certam Aldenc Bowxe dare deyll cr1m1nal was the rmg leader her helpers wele Ey elyn Archer Era Bagwell Mamle Ballentlne Sara Ducworth Marlon Dunlap and Lula Mae Elseman After maklng th1s darlng robbery they escaped but were pursued by the Chlef of Pollce Ethel Evans who was accompanied by Lucllle Evatt V1rg1n1a Fouche Emmle Fowler LOUISE Glenn, and Ruth Cathcart able asslstants of the Chlef The cr1m1nals proy ed too much for them and made the1r escape but two noted detectlyes Ina Mayes and Loulse 'VIcClellan were stlll hot or thelr tra1l At th1s pomt Mary Ragsdale sald that as the c1ty editor Ellen Moseley had glyen her the task of w11t1ng up a recent murder case she would have to be off P ather Tlme talked to me for a Wh1l concernlng th1s CThe New York Tlmesb He told me what capable voung ladles lt had employed Elizabeth Dobblns helped Ellen Moseley w11te the ed1tor1als Irene Gray was the Athletlc Edltor Mary Wh1te the Business Manager El1zabeth Tr1bble was head of the Soclal Column whlle Maye Roberts and Alma Hlcks yvere 1n charge of the Hearth and Home department Sodola H9HClFlY the Cartoonlst yy as the most orlgmal to be found TWFNTX THR F , , . . : s . . , I :- . , . . 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W , K 7 cz 1 ' sr ' , v Y ' e ' A 9 ., Y I " 7 Y L n I ' .1 V 1 , up I , c - , . ,f '- E, Hele Fathel Tlme stopped dlJ1L1lJtlX looked at hls hou1 glass and sald Come daughtel we haxe llngered here long enough As we turned to go I came face to face w 1th a fam1l1a1 flgule dl essed 1n a trlm black coat su1t I saw that she w as a book agent and then at once I necognlzed Maltha Paget On lllqlllllllg of Fathel Txme he told me that Maltha togethel w1th Wllma Glenn LOUISE Llttle Marguerlte Mc Cree Ellzabeth Kay Lou1se Klng and L1ll1an W1ll1ford was out selllng a book entitled Sonnets to Flow ers by Anne Blake Agaln Fathel Tlme lelfllllded the houl was late I qulckeneo my steps and he led me 1nto a CIIITGIETII pant of the xalley Soon w came to a large wooden lanch house whlch was surrounded by cool galdens In one of the gardens I saw a young woman I looked at her closely Could It be posslble that this w as Flances Young? Had she gn en up he1 polltlcal CAIGGI to become the wlfe of a l3llCl'l6I'9 iWell It was beglnnlng to look l1ke 10 I could not 1es1st the temptatlon of LS-klllg' lf I knew anyone at the ranch Father PIITIG sald that Sybll Burrlss was the ox e1see1 and LOUISE Hudgens was the buslness man 1ge1 Frances and hel husband had as the11 guests Orme Campbell an lnought her husband west to ICCOX er from a sevele case of nerves After gettlng thlg lnformatlon we stalted once mole on our tour Shortly we came upon a group of movle actors who wele produclng a new plcture The Calla Llly Sara Townsend who was the dlrector was sta1r1ng MISS Ellzabeth Hodges and MISS Maxgaret L1nley was playlng the part of the v1ll1an The play had been rew rltten fo1 the screen by Beatrlce P1 ultt Slnce the day w as almost gone Fathex T1me suggested that We steal a r1de to ou1 next stop Just then a la1 ge bus came Wh1ZZ1Hg by and we hopped on the rear bumper I peeped 1nto the car There sat Ma1g1e Smlth Alma Smlth and Ca111e Smith Each had some muslcal 1nst1uments 1n her hand They we1e known as The Sm1th Trlo and w ere tou11ng the country glung concerts They were now on then w ay to plav ln the magnlficent dance theatel belonglng to L1ll1an Wat son It seems that Helen Anderson the or1g1nato1 of The Monkey Hop Cthls dance w as as popular as the old tlme Charleston had once been! was challenged by Geolgla Lee Muldrow also a noted dancer to pa1t1c1pate 1n the contest to see who was the best Monkey Hopper n the Unlted States Of course Helen had consented and the contest was to be a gl and affalr At th1s 1uncture the bus h1t a large rock and Plump Fathel Tlme and I found oulselxes seated on the samc ledge flom w h1Ch we had sta1ed I turned to ask Father Tlme wh he had not reyealed the prlx ate llfe of mv schoolmates to me, but he and h1s spell had xanlshed leaung me alone Wlth my questlons LOUISE BABB 26 lwrmx IOUIC 1 U , 1 ' 77 1 - 1 ' 1 ' 1 7 59 , ,, ' mc . 1 . . 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Item 23 Ellen Ma1t1n Sadola Hendrlx and Mary Whlte WIII thelr boyish bobs to Rose Matthews and Maly Wrxght Item 24 Margaret Levus and Ellzabeth Dobblns w1ll then Satulday nlght dates to Cola Jane Dans and Nan Martln Item 20 Maltha Paget wllls the nelxous straln of belng Presldent to one vu ho holds the mlghty office next year Item 26 Mallan Hayes Man INee e Wllma Glenn Nan Wal lace and Ruby IIICLAIII vull then talkatlxe dlsposltlons to Maly Sue 5 eer p Item 21 Ex elsn 1ea1g1n Sx b1l BUIIISS and Katherlne Jolly Wlll then blonde beauty to Mlss Paget and Mls Hill Item 28 Ixldlthd Wx att wllls he1 baby ways to Calolyn McSween Item 29 Exelsn Alchel and Ruth Brovsn WIII then loxe fo1 Fldlllg uound 111 blg cars to Helen MLI' all Item 30 Ellzabeth Tubble Mage Robelts 1nd Sara Lou Dunlap vslll then sweet CIISDOSIIIOIIS to LOUISE Pearman and Luclle Acker Item 31 Malgalet Scott and Jenme Tate vslll then svx eet gnlxsh pelsonalltles to F1 ances Paddock Item 32 Malguellte McGee xulls her tltle of M315 Plckfold to any freshman vs ho dleams ot belng a moxle actor Item 33 Alma Hlcks Ruth Cox and Inez Kay will thelr IIIIC to Ellzabeth BUIIISS Item 34 Mal gal et C1aVton wllls her knowledge of Latln to MISS Hunter Item 35 Maly Ragsdale Vkllls her loxe for Barnes to any ln expeuenced sophomore Item 36 Malgaret Alexander xulls he1 pelmanent wave t Ex elyn Osteen Item 37 Loulse Hudgens and Lols Elllson w1ll their loxe fo1 each othel to Luule Whltten and Helen Alllson Item 38 Exelyn Clarke and Mx ra Barron wlll thelr lo e fo Seneca and Walhalla to Loulse Grax es Item 39 Calollne Speel and Loulse Klllg Wlll thelr powder puffs rouge and I1DStlCk to Kathleen and Johnnle Pulllam Item 40 Maude Loulse Green Marv Glvmph 'md LOUISE Glenn ulll the11 glaceful danclng to Floude Breazeale Item 41 LUCICIIH BUIIISS wllls her hlgh marks 1n French t LOUISE Wallace Item 42 Margaret Llnlev wllls her love for blondes to Helen Alllson Item 43 Ruth Cathcart wllls he1 loxe for tenms and other sport to Sara Smlth T Item 44 And I Ruth Wlgxngton vslll my lose for gsm to Frances ate Item 45 To the Jumors ou1 SISIQI class we leaxe our best wlshes th it they max DIOXC as brllllant as ue haxe In ultness xxheleof ue the Semol Class haxe set ou1 names thlN the 78th day ot Max 1926 A D MISS HUIN TER MRS BARTON IX PNIN - a ' Y' Y Q Y . 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LIGON LITERARY SOCIETY The Llgon Llterary Soc1ety has done much to brmg honor to tht name whxch It bears Thls year the Hlgh School Debatmg Teams won the d1str1ct champ1onsh1p and went to Columb1a Mamle Ballentlne and Ellzabeth Burr1ss upheld the aflirmatlve s1de of the questlon Georgla Lee Mun drow and Sara Townsend the negatlve How proud we were when we realxzed that both of these teams came from the Llgon Llterary SOC16tX because we know that It would prove to every one that you can de pend on a Llgon We are proud to cla1m also Helen Anderson who represented us m the O Neal Oratorlcal Contest Once a week our soclety glves a program 1n chapel These pro grams are arranged by members of the Soclety They are lnstructlve as well as entertamxng and they glV6 each one of the two hundred anr' fifteen members a chance to appear before a large audlence at leas once We slncerely hope that the Society wlll contlnue to move forward md carry on lts good work through the years to come RUBY HUNNICUTT 26 HARRIET SULLIVAN 28 FORTX FOUR I . . . . 5 . . . . . 1 9 . . . . V , Q ' ' u , , ' H 7 7 . , . . . l . . . I . . . YE . . . . I Z . I . 9 1 AYER LITERARY SOCIETY The Ayers have lndeed hltched thelr wagon to a star Durlng the s1x years of our exlstence we have trled to keep our alms and ldeals on thelr Oflglnal level The thlng whlch we are proud of lS the lncreased lnterest taken lox the glrls ln the chapel programs ThlS IS very encouraglng for ou1 mam alm thls year was to use every member of the soclety on the pro Our presldent Frances Young won first place 1n the Oratorlcal Contest between the two llterary socletles Although Frances lost out ln the D1StF1Ct Contest we are Just as proud of her as we can be' I hope we are proud losers' Mlss Loulse we The Ayers take th1s opportumty to express Ill Just a small way the deep feellng of love we have for vou our Sponsor' LOUISE BABB '26 FORTYFIV1- - as ' ' n ' ! S gram at least one time during the year. ! 9 L . . . , , ' , .s . L , v 7 ' SPFALIIRS XVRI FI' L P Andelson has been xelx actlxe along the lllle of publlc speaklng th1s xear A debatmg club was oxganmed and as a lesult our tea n lepresented by Mamle Ballentlne and Ehzabeth BUTIISQ Caflilmatlxej and G601g1d Lee Muldzow and Sara Toxxnsend Cnegatlxel after w1n nlng 111 the debates oxe1 Easley Llbeltx and Cllnton xxon then xxay to Columb1a In the DlGllfTl1Ildll6S the afhlmatlxe team xx as unfortunatelx ellmlnated The negfltlxc hovxexel xxas XlCt0I'lOLls1Il ll thlee le b xtes 1n xxhxch thcx paltxclpatcd xxxnnnxg ox cr Lolumblx atlnmatlxc fo the state champ1onsh1p Sara Tovxnsend xx as 1n addltlon selected as the best debatol and G9OIg1d Lee lVIuld1oxx l6C9lX6Cl second pl Ice The x1cto1x but let us 1emembe1 that xxlthout the splendld a1d of Mamle and Ellzabeth the cup xx ould not haxe becn l'Jl0Ugl'1t to Anderson Flances Xoung lepxesented us IH the D1st11ct O13tOTlC3l finals h ixlllg vxon 111 the pxel1m1na11es1n oul school The tltle of hex selectlol xx is The L1e Flances won second pl ice ln the D1st11ct F1Il2ilS Thx ls not the onlx honol F1 xnces has brought to our school along th1sl1ne Helen Andelson leplcsented us Ill the O Neal O1 ltorxcal Contes' and agaln A H S xx as x1LtOl10Lls The name of Helen s plece xxas th P9I1L1lSQll6l and she xx as xxx uded 1 ljedlltlful gold medal lOl fns p LLL We uc plouc oi xou He cn' l'U1ilX SIX u ' 1 ' L- l -ki v r - I I 1 I A1 1 lr , 1 1 I ' K1 X' n ki r ' 1 - 1 . vlkwk 1 . 7 1 '. A 1 . . 1 S ' 1 , , ' - ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 7 . ! '1 . 1 ' ' 1 1' 51 . ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 A1 1 1 ' ' ' L ' 11 1 1 1, 11 K1 1' ' L. ' a 1 , t - 2 L1 ' 1 ' 1 1.1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 7 1' ' 1 ' 'E 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 E. K1 1 ' ,1 ' . 1 1 : 11 31 ' 1 ' ' L1 ZL1 x K1 1, 1 1 '. A 1 1 1 ' 1 K1 1 2 ' n girls of Anderson "H1" congratulate Sara and G6Ol'g1a Lee upon then' 1' 1 1 ,y L1 1 1 1 1' K1 ' 1 ' ' 4 ' 1 1 1 J 1 - L1 . k 1' 1 ' - ' ' 1 1' ,1 ' 1 A1 1 s ' 1 K1 1 ' 'L 11 1 'C ' v, vs 1 w 1 1 1 . . 1 1- 1 ' 1 ' 1 C 1 1 s A C A L 1 5 E' ' 'Z ' I ' S . 1 .' . , 1 . ' 1. 1' 1' , 1' L1 3 1 ',1 ' 11 .1 ,E U 1' 1 . U 1 1 11 1 1 1. 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 14- '. , . ' 1 c 1 1 -' 1: ' z '- ' 1 j 111 . The Sl Cecelia Music Club KOI OI S Cleen and gold I'I OW FR Daffodil OFFICERS PRI' SIDFNT Ceorela Lee xlUlfllLW X If F IRFSIDFNT N ln Flwabeth BUIIIS SH Rl-TARX Helen Allen TRI' ASURFP Nlarx I ou Sall A SIONSOR Nllss Helen BUIFISS The St Ceeella Club was org illlltfl 111 1924 under the leldelshlp of Nllss Helen Burlls Its flrst plesldent was Challotte Clll In Sep tember ot 1923 It w as re organlzed wlth Ceolgla Lee Muldl ow as ples dent The power and lnfluence of muslc IS recognlzed bx exeryone 193l1Z8 It IS a great force toward moral upllft and culture A muslcal natlon means a better natlon hence the slogan Make Amerlca Muslcal In order to bllng thlg to pass exery town and communlty must do lts palt The St Cecella 1111510 Club w as organlzed ln the Glrls Hlgll Qchool because the glflg wlshed to do thelr blt tow ard maklng thell own town muslcal and thls meant that they must begln wlth them selx es The maln thlng IS to know more about good muslc and then IL low ed and appreclated The Club began the N931 wlth some deflnlte work ln new and thls has been carrled on step bl step The llx es of the great mastel haxe been studled thelr plctures kept on the bl1ll6tlI1 boald and then composltlons glwen on the programs A beautltul plcture of Salnt Cecella the patron salnt of muslc now hangs on the walls of the chapel a glft of the club to our school Half of the funds for a xlctroll haxe been ralsed A b lnquet was selxed to the xlsltlng JUHIOFS lt thc Conxentlon of the State Federatlon of A111810 Clubs whlch met IH All derson IH March The Niuslc Wlemolw Contest has been put on 1n oul chool w lth good results Our work IS done under two departments the plano and the Glen Club The p1aHO students haxe furnlshed marches for comlng to and from chapel and have gn en solos on the monthlw programs The Glee Club was lnxlted to g1V6 some selectlons on the progrlm of 0TgdIl1Zd.t1OI'1Q 0UtSld9 of school and lt created a faxolable lmple NIOII w helex 91 lt w ent The Glee Club s prlnclpal 3CtlX1tX w as tlklnf Dill IH the State Cholal Contest held at G W C IH Aplll Here too he Club reflected honol upon ltns school HELEN ALLEN Secletalv PORV1 SI-VEN . . 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The edrtor deeply regrets that on account of the lack of space rt has been found to be abeolutely rmposerble to put rn the lrfe srze prcture of those teachers and puprls yy ho yy ere eo krnd as to send then prcture to her Hoyyeyer yye vyreh to thank them tor therr lnterest IH thl sectlon of the Tldrngs Marlon Murphy VK hy dont you carry a mrrror rn your Xdllltr case? Carlotta Green Don t need one I tarry one of my photograph rn It Era Bagwell Gosh you re dumb W hy dont you get an cn cycloped1a" Maudre Lourse Greene The pedals hurt my feet She playa the ukulele And the prano yely well But vyhen Qhe playa the deyll She surely can play good Oh trmrdly don t y ou thrnk y ou are a lrttle dear? We l ah Ier and he bluehed as he adrueted hw tre We haye gathered the folloyyrng from the examrnatlons of a few ur brrght puplle A yfrcuum re a large empty Qpace yyhere the Pope lry es Pomperr vyas deetr oy ed by an eruptron of salrva Ty phord fey er may be prey cnted by fascrnatlon Three members of the cat famrly are Papa Cat Mama Cat and Baby Cat Ceorgra yvaa founded by people that had been executed A mountarn paw ra a pam grven by rarlroads to thelr employees wo they can Qpend therr yacatronq rn the mountarns Sanltary suggeetrone for mllkrng If a coyy Qvyrthchee 1tQ tall rt may h1t a bacterra and knock rt rnto the pall The harr keepe thrngs from gomg rnto the br arna Permanent et of teeth conslste of elght cannlee erght susprd yy o molar and four cuspldors A nut yy as at the steerrng yy heel A peach at hw rrght Sharp turn rn the road Frult salad good nrght Prof Clark Say you L3.IltSI'!10kL1I'ltl'llNlJUllCllI1g, kelly Sullryan Im not Nm0kll1g Prof Clark Well you haye your prpe rn your mouth kelly Tee and you ye got your pant on but you am t pantlng M N Hlll Has the firt gone out' Martha Blecklcy I dont knoyy rt drdrr t go by here ' n 1 , 1 ' 1 1 ' . 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F1 1 B311 '23, '21, '25, I- - , nijygf ' ' , ,Zh ' POURTLLN L N lJollJ JOLLY Know thyself presume not God to scan The proper study of manklnd rs man Lnzon Soclety Foot Ball Varslty 24 llock A Cub DERRELL SEVIER CBaconl JONES He smooth d hls chm and sleek cl his halr and sand the world was beautiful ln,on Society Football Varslty 25 Baseball Valslty 26 Base Ball Manager 26 Block A Club LOUIL E ILady Loul LAWRENCE Hrs open eyes deslre the truth Ayer Society H1 Y Club SYDNEY ANSEI 1SlabtownJ Murphey Good nature and good sense must ever :om to en xs humane to forgave devlne A yer Society WALDO llkel MARSHALL Wisdom oft masquerades as wxt I pon Society Foot Ball 23 24 25 Baskc B ll 24 25 Secretary Freshman Class 22 ALBERT RUTLEDGE lCabbage1 MARTIN Enthusxasm us good to see even when mxsplaced Aycr Llt rary Society Foot Ball Squad 2 1 Base all 24 Varsity A-.snstant Business Manager H1 Llfe Block A Ll b Oratorlcal Contest 26 LHESTFR DUCWORTH lMuttJ MAXWELL Tis not a lip or eye we beauty call Bl t the Jolnt force and full results of all Iu,on Literary Society Foot Ball 24 Varsx K 25 Bsket Ball 24 25 Block A Club VKESTX T iPeteJ MORRISON lrue wlt lb natule to adxantage dressed what often was thought but never so well expressed Ayer literary s0ClEl3 Baseball 26 ' ' . ' ' , '25. 3 .. .. I U a ' , ' . ' . . ' 2 ' 1 ' 3. '24, Varsity '25g Basket Ball Squad '24, 25: Var s'ty '26. B '23, ' : ' '25, '26: 4 I .. . - - I I 1 ' ' ." THOS C tEwolut1onl McCANTS And yet bellexe me good as well as xll womans at best a contradlctlon stlll Edltor ln Chief Yellow Jacket 26 Presldent Ayer Llterary Soclety 26 President Hx Y Club 26 Vice President H1 Y Club 25 Foot Ball Basket Ball 24 26 Track 26 Clun Edltor H1 Lxfe 25 Secretary Senlor Class Debatlng Te m MALCOI M tMacl McFAIL Whoever thanks a fautless plece to see thunk what never was nor x nor eer shall b llgon Ilterary Soclety Treasurer Junlor Llas 25 Advertlsmg Manager H1 Life 2 Busmes 'Vlanager Yellow Jacket 26 Manager Foot Ball JAMES B Ulm? PARKER Ball Squ d 25 Alderman 25 Block A Club Hope springs eternal n the human breast man never IS but always to b blest Lnzon Literary Society Football askntball Z4 Base Ball 24 25 LREGHTON PEDEN A mans a man for A that Vlce President Llgon Literary Soclety 26 Y Club Cheer Leader 26 Block Cub Oratotxcal contest 25 Wmner 26 Debatmt, Team THOMAS 1Toml PRUITT Thus same grand year ms ever at the door Unto hum who works and feels he work-4 Ayer Literary Society President Sophomore Class 24 Vxce Presldent Jumor Class 25 Vlce President Senior Class 26 Foot Ball 24 Track H1 Y Club Assistant Editor ln Lhlef H Lnfe 25 Alderman 25 JULIAN IJukel RUSSELL Do good to mankind IS a ChlV3l!'0lls D n Ayer Literary Socletv Treasurer Freshman Class 23 Trersurer Junior Class 25 Jom Edltor Yellow Jacket 26 Foot Ball Varsxtv 24 25 C ptam Foot Ball Team 25 Basket Ball V rslty 25 26 Track 24 Varuty 25 21' R ock A C ub H1 Life Assistant Jok Editor 25 WILLIAM MORRIS fMonkl SANDERS We tlunk our fathers foo's so wlse we grow Our wiser sons no doubt wlll thunk us so Aver Llterary Soclety Secretary and Treasurer Sophomore Class 24 Secretary Junior Cla-.s 25 :Y uh oot a 24 Varsity 2 se B 24 Varsltv 25 26 Basket Ball 24 rslty 25 26 Block A Cu Ll AUDE AUGUSTUS lBusslel SEAWRIGHT The trxumph of a prophecy Oh wmd' lf vsmter comes can sprmg be far behind Ayer Llt rary Society H1 Y Club Foot Ball 25 Orchestra Z4 Class Poet Debatm Team l' IPTLLN '2i, '25. 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LAS7 DAYS AND MEMORIES 11e111c11a1exxe1l Old A H S Old thool ot box hood dax 11 e leaxe XOU1 ex e1 tam111a1 vxallb lo t1ead ou1 x illetl xxaxe 101,11 long xefus 11111 xet hoxx Qhort X1 e xe spent xx1th1n xou1 g1ou11ds 11 e hea1 the l1st oi the gong lloxx l1ke 1 lxnell 1t sounds lo1l111g out ou1 11 t sthool xear The 11st xxlth ou1 sthool m1te fuends I1 s enough to to 1X to the stemest exe A te 11 xx hen 0111 school l1fe ends ll1e last text 11111811611 the last song sung 'lhel.1stQh1m111g bell 18 11oxx belllg rung 'XX 1th heaxx hea1ts and xx oeful face 'NK e le 1xe xou11oxx old tldllllllg place X1 e max tome 1ga111 as a x1b1tor Batk tl'l1OLlgl'1 XOU1 l01eful frame Eet 1 ex e1theless hoxx xxe max come It ll 11ex 61 seen1 the same V1 e 11 be a dog, 111 the sheep held A11 oat stalk 111 xx heat And l111ge1 111 that eat To x011 ou1 te 1che1s I sax thu xx Old To us xou h 1xe been g1eat fI'181lC1S And though xxe 11oxx must palt O111 f1I6IlLlSl'1lD Just begms To xou xx ho d1d 1 deed hoxx small X1 ell ex L1 be bound bx t1uest bands O1111e11dsh1p loxe 1nd hope fo1 all 11 e extend 0111 hea11s and hands Falexx ell old school 0111 sphool dax home alexx ell t x u xxe fo l ut on XOUI doo1 xxe plate thls xx1 h Th 1t o11xx 1111 xou 111 1x go L 1e1xe xou IIOXX xxlth s01lOxX Q leaxe ou1 N11 t1 11111 1111111511 V1 1 x 1 to x CI -XLIJI bl A11 lxIC'HT b H Q , 1 . . . 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Class HlStOfy As I undertake to xx11te the I11St01X oi the C121 s ot 96 I feel as1f Ihdxe 21 sumed 21 ll6f1'lLl1dl u tl lc l1ee1use1t m 1x be th xt xx e 1eallx haxt no h1sto1x But xxe hdxe ec1 ted 21 1 bf dx ot h1gh sehool box 101 f0ll1 x ea1s Z-lI1d1t1S of thIS eustenee that I p1opose to XX11tQ Ou1 h1gh chool ddxs ue e11ded I'01 fOLll xe211 xxe h 1xe X101k9Ll eilxx 1xs IOOk1I1g' 10111 1d xx 1th plea 11t 111t1e1p1t1111 to th1s momentou 0CCdN1OI1 and noxx that the t1me has 21111x ed xx l1en xxe mu t l11d 1Y11exx ell to ANDERSON HIGH SCHOOL let Us 111111 back the IIOLII ot tlme a1d l111etlx 1ex1exx some ol the lug thlngs tl11t l1 xxe h21ppe11ed du11ng the p 1st tou1 xedrs 101 ll xx ould be 1mpos 1l1lc to note 1ll the l1ttleth1ng, xx h1eh h21xe OLLLIIILLI I1 the Fall ot 192' xxe 21 sembled 1txxh1t1s 1oxx t c 1 I1 ool s tem L1 xo e xxe1e lklllflbfi exen 1 dldll t 21dm1t 1t 1111 xxe soon bee1me 1etu tomed to the pe1 ple141t1es tnc IIOLIIJIQS the t11 1ls and the 1oxs I J IIILICISI11. to h1gh school tl unmg The f11st 163111 exutmg th111g to h 11713911 xx 1s the lJll1l'1lI1g of ou1 Hlgh behool 21ud1to11um 011 Noxeml1e1 '7th 11 e xxe1e gl mted 21 fexx hOI1ddXb xx h1le the Ijulldlflg XXd.5IJ91I1g'16pl116d 11 h1eh1t IS needless If sax we xx elcomed them 1n spp1te of the tdet that xxe 1eg1etted to see ou1 eher1shed school p1ope1ty damaged Dllllllg thlS xeu xxe took up 11ex NtUd19S among xx hlch were Latm 21nd Algeln 1 Thoee xx e1e glC1I tlmes gleflt IH manx xxaxs but greatest 111 t1ouble tor most ot us Fo those of us xx ho stood the test and IGCQIX ed ou1 eert1f1c1tes to the n111tn gmde N115 of 1922 mfuked the pdssxge ot 0116 m1lestone on the I0 1d t D1plom1x1lle I11 the Fall of 1923 xxe xx ent to the nexx Box s Hlgh School as Sopho mores XVe telt much xx1se1 th1s xea1 th 111 the xea1 l1efo1e Doubtles xxe felt as 1111 Sophomoles 211e1nel111ed to 'reel th 1t the school eould no' ex1st wlthout us but xxe eoon le21rnedthe1e xx e1e manx nexx 'md dlffieult Ntlldl6S Waltlflg fOl us V1 e m1ssed the soft fem1n1ne WOILQS of ou1 old tedehers xxh1ch xxe1e suceeeded bx the extlemelx m1seul111e dt xxhosc eommund xxe must xx .ilk the ch zlk llllt The moet enjox able of the 11611 regul11t1ons xx ae the athletle DGIIOC' Ex e1xone xx as compelled to take one pelxod ot athlet1es 11 dax xx h1eh under the dllCLtlOl1 of ou1 1l1le lI1Ntlllf.tO1 Dode Ph1ll1ps xx IN 21 recredtlon enjox ed bv all Exente ot lmpoltanee du1111g thls xe'11 xx as the pl IX p1esented bx the Gnls '1nd Boxs H1gh Schools and the OlglI11Z3fl0l1 of OLII tootball 11 ISGIJAH a11d b1sketl121ll teams and the xlel11t111g te im 1I.1x 1924 xx 1 xxelcomed hx most ol us xx ho had p xssed the seeonc, mllestone to D1plomf1x1lle SLIUIITIQI qu1eklx p zssed 1nd1n the I 1ll of1994 xxe g11the1ed 21g111 01 the thnd tlme Thls xe211 xxe xxe1e 111 e1111e xnd l111d N101 1 bunch It xxas dllllng th1s pe11od that -X1 LIQINOI1 Hlgh School 1111 such close 13.09 f0l XICIOIX at the t1 xek meet l1eld it Qolumb1.1 bx txmg fo1 hlghest NCOIQ xx1th P1Ck9l1N 1etu1n1ng home xx1th txxo cups 1nd sexer'1l NINI- II-I' . . 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Z S 1. .'.'1"IIIxI medals as exldence of the good xx ork done bx the team Th1S was th fust tlme that Ande1son had xx on such hono1s 1n t1ack H1 Scandal xxa p1esented f0l the flrt tlme thls X931 and was a g1e1t success The JUIIIOI SSHIOI 1ecept1on an exent looked forward to bx al' xx as a xe1x emox able OCCHSIOH and one that xx1ll lmger long 111 thc memo1x ot all xx ho attended The onlx llllllg to ma1 the pleasu1e of th1S X631 was the unt1mel death ot ou1 belox ed cla smate Nlax Ba1ton At the end of the xea1 p1'act1callx all ot us passed along the dlgn cd path of Junlorshlp safelx 1nto the bles ed 1eal1zat1on of belng readx to begln the last nnle IH the race Afte1 a summer ot 1LSl 1nd plax 111 the lfall of 1925 full of hope 1nd lox xxe assembled for the l ist tlme Walte1 Betsworth was elected P1es1dcnt ot ou1 class It w ms not long hoxvex er before ou1 class wa 12,1111 be1e1xed bx the death ot anothe1 classm 1te Harold Duckwolth xx hosc ab ence xx as keenlx felt bx all xx erc Jukle Russell J1m Hammett De1r1ll Jones and many others Wc xx e1e also qulte p1oud of ou1 football team It was consldered the be t tc lm Ande1son H1gh School has ex QI h 1d and won the champlonshlp UL School DlSt1lLt N0 2 H1 Scandal gaxe an excellent D9lf0lI'!13llC6 thls year better and lngger Ill ex erx w ax Tom McCants was elected Edltfll ln Chlef of the Yellowgacket txff and prox ed h1mselt an able edltor Th1 h1sto1x xx oulcl be mcomplete w1thout a few words of trlbute to ou1 beloxed teache1s We haxe learned mlnx wo11derful lessons f1om them we admue them for the StdllddldS thex haxe set for us honor them f0l the1r knowledge and loxe them fOl the1r unt1r1ng servlce and kmdness There 1ema1ns after th1s a fexx more hnes to be filled In on thls ou1 hlStUl3 but thex ale xerv few T01 '76 s hte as a class 1S almost ox er In one short x ear the Hand of T1me w1ll haxe added these few hnes The moxlng f1nge1 w11tes a11d havlng wr1t Mox es 011 no1 all xour plety nor wlt Can call It back to cancel half a l1ne JAMES lVI HANKS Hlstorlan IX IN 4 a -' v y ' v K ,Q ' v S 4 .1 0 S . 'K V7 4 I I 1- u 1 , s v A, .1 K. 4 . v ' v . K' 4 ,' ' ' X nv ' - A - 'L4 uv 1 v K ' V I I 1 v 4 Ss I , A, 1 ' 1 l 4 - 4 . ' 4 v 4 ' K L L ' E- - 4 54 ' .JS 2 4 lv ' '4 2 I. .Iwi v sky is ' V 1 K ' 1 ' ' ' CS. 21' , Y , ' ' s 2 ,Z . 2 . t ,... 2 , , y Several of our members starred in athletics this year, among whom 4 , ' ss A' r 1 ' v ' 3 H- 1 s ' - v 1 Lu - Q a ' S Az x ' ' ' z ' ' ' . ' A ' 1 ' 1' 1 ' ' ' v v v V W V . .-. Q V . 7. if 1 , ' ' . . . 4 4 ' - x 4 4 a 1 7 7 ' 4 e . y y 4 y 4 ' 1 7 7 x ' ' 4 w r ' 7 , , u t , - . . 4. . as .' ' . . .' ' , ' . A, . t, Y I ' I 1 al 1 I - ,, . . -q . Y , x 4 '- x' f:."1'x' Class Prophecy I had xx olked in AI1dLlS0I1f0I foul x ea1 keeping books for a local xx holesale firm Hax mg been 1n Andeison the greater part of mx l1fe I decided to see some of the woild and while traveling to look up some of mx old classmate Seeking a companion to accompany me on my trip I xx ent to Sam Harper an old classmate who was also in Andersor xx orkmg as an Electrical Engineer for the Southern Public Ut1lltl6S C0 After we had talked it ox QI Sam sud he would be glad to leaxe thf following xx eek II e left Andelson one blight and earlx morning in April On at count ot no oxelflow of mafuma we started afoot Our entire outfit con sisted of a dog tent two blankets md a box of foot powders We hal gotten about four miles xx est of Andeison xx hen we were overtaken b a telrxhc iamstorm D16DLl1CCllfJlliL skin xve soon came to a house and went in to xxalm :nd change clothes We were suiprised to meet L C Chamblee at the door xx ho xx as now a progressive farmer havmg con quered the boll weexil In partnership with I C was W T Morrison After changing clothes and haxing '1 good old talk and thankmg L C for his hospitalitx we contlnued our proposed Journey Out next stop Resting ou1 wearx selves for awhile we were soon going agaln and xvere later picked up bx a traveling salesman Malcolm MacFal1 who carried us all the wax to Atlanta On account of uprising corns Sam and I had to h1t it to the nearest shoe store for some oversize shoes After buxing our shoes we all leglstered at the Hitchmore Hotel and to our surprise we found Curtls Fowler as clerk We also saw Reuben Buiress the Hotel Detectlxe He told us that Walter Bets worth J C Chamblee and Reese H111 were also staylng there for the night After looking them up we had a long talk about the good old daxs at the Boxs High Walter told us that he had iust gotten out ot the Army xxhere he had been a captain Followlng our talk we wen for a much needed night s rest lNext morning xve thanked Malcolm for his kindness as he hurried back toward Anderson We dropped 1n the nearest restaurant for a llttle breakfast and xx exe startled to find Reece Yon and Ed Elgin NVe learned that thev owned the iomt and had been verx successful in then first three years cafelng L93YlHg Atlanta we headed northxvest with an idea of going to thc xxheatfields lVe had prettv good luck ln swlngmg some rides although we wore out two pans of hob nail shoes aplece on the road The next large city we xx alked into was St Lou1s To our great surprlse we ran into Bob Boxd on Main Street He told us that he and WVaymond Gray xx ere in the fur trade and had been unusuallx successful for their little QYDQFIQHCQ Bob asked about some of his old school mates and sald fixe or six passed through the city in the p1 exlous year headed toward the wheatfields Hoping to see them on ou1 t11p xxe left St Louis Passing through North and South Dakota we reached the small town of Shelby Montana late one afternoon 1n June Staxmg theme overnlght we asked Sherlli TWENTH OWL . K v . . .A , , v 5 1 Q L . f b l , ' , ec, , ' S 1 ' ' ' ' ' . sz' 1 e n ' y Q ' 4 r 1 v u 1 Q I . I A A n ' ' , ' ' .', z ' ' ' ' 1 1 ' v v 1 uv v v g- . . . ,V 1 . ' . 1. ' v . . , Q ' 1 .1 4 - 1 , . . , . . v ' v. - 2 A - x . L.. , , L- - 's . -' 1 4 v vf 1 1 ' ' - , , , ' s A J. Q L a y A 1 n I ' w r '. . A l . . Av V' ' A . K v v , l v D was at Alford s Bridge, where we found B111 Bolt as gatekeeper. . V . . , . v ' 7 9 V . v v . . 1 e . . ., as ' ' as , , ' A A A A A f V. Q 'w ' ' A, K 9 . . ' 7 1 am ., . . . , . . , A A' V YA vA . . A D A I v , ' ' 4 1 '4 ., , , . . . . . . , 1 4 'v . 1 v Y . Y - .. 1 . , Y ' , as ' ar , ' A ' A A n , . v - C 1 .w Y . I . . , . Y . ' f , . . . v l v '1 1 . . 1 . 1 1 I .1 - 1 ' v ' . v . 1 Y' . . , .. V V . . i , Q , . . . W , . John Wall about gettlng pos1t1ons on one of the xx heatfa1ms John xvh 1 xx as the proud posse S01 of a xx1te a11d txxo blg boxs xx as runnlng galage and stable comb111ed He dnected us to one of the largest xxheatfa1ms 1n the xx est xx he1e hund1 eds of men xx orked Thls farm xxas run bx a Mr Eme1son Vx e xxent out to the famm xx huh xx as about thlee m1les from town and applxed fo1 Jobs 'NI1 Emerson sud that he could use tvxo gool hands and xve xx ere to 1eport for dutx the next mo1n1ng at 81X o clock Havlng to get up at such an Qdllb hour vxe declded to stay IH the Workman s b 1rracks that lllglll That nlght xxhen the workmen came ln xve were surprlsed to sec some of ou1 old schoolmates xx ho were noxx wolkmg on the farm Jack Mah iffex Fletche1 Barnes and Gordon bhlrlev xvere VlO1k1l1g as txuck nd tracto1 m9ClldlllCQ Chester Max xxell Ike Marshall and L Nl Jollx xxe1e t1acto1 d11xc1s xxh1lc Clyd late and Reuben Elglll xx e1e the clexx cooks We had great fun ex e1x mght e1tl1e1 dlJOY1Ilg O1 a xx1estl1ng matcl xxas on 01 maxbe a game of set back On account of the ha1d wo1 xve had five meals a dax VV01k1l'1g a1ound the farm 101 about a 3 ear xx 1th ou1 old frlends we soon became homeslck and vxung the flfbt east bound t1a1n Wallx Ing 1HtO the smok1ng Cdl xxe lecognmed two old A11derson f11ends Juk1 Russell and J1m Erskme al1as KDKA xvho vxe1e tak1ng a good old fag J1m was a sale man 101 the famous Lyd1a E Plnkham Corp VVhlle Juk1e vxas a dxe salesman About thls t1me the conducto1 ou1 old chool days We told h1m of ou1 meetlng xx1th some of th classmates 111 the great xx heatnelds On ar11x1ng IH Chlc lgo xxe he 11d that some of our school chum xxele there Alfred told us that Hdllx Todd and Reuben Selgel we11 1unn1ng a packxng house After fmdmg thell add1ess 1n the dlrectorx xxe went out and pald them a sho1t x1s1t Eugene Engllsh was Sales Manage1 1n Chlef Leav1ng Chlcago xxe stalted fOl Al1d61QOI1 Gettmg awfully tlred of 11d1ng xxe stopped 1n Ashevllle tor a daxs 19St Looklng around toxxn we ran lnto Motte Ba1nes xx ho a1d he had studled fl'lCd1ClllC and that he and James Hanks xx e1e managmg a large hospltal 1n the suburbs He 1nv1ted us out for the nlght VVe left eally next mornlng for dear old Anderson The flrst people xxe saw 111 Anderson were J1m MacDonald Morrls S3l1d91N and Clx de Glenn Thev xvere s1tt1ng on the old non bench belclnd the Cou1t House smoklng and xx hlttllllg and taklng th1ngs as easx as DONb1blB That afternoon xxe xx ent 'o a ball game at the old Memor1al F1eld Anderson and Abbexllle xx ere plax 1ng J1m Hammett xx as second base man for Abbexllle xx h1le Rut Yldltlll xx as catche1 and De11el Jones was sholtstop for Ande1so11 Anderson xx on bx one 13011111 that dax and th1 llelllg the final game she xx on the L iI0l1Ild Le lgue Pennant Claude Seavxrlght Tom 'NItCants and C1e1ghton Peden xxe1e noxx p1om1nentlaxxxc1soi thc hlutllc Cxtx Flox d COLhldI'l xx as a con crete contracto1 xx hlle B 1xtc1 Blgh IIN xx is noxx DdNt0l of the nexv A R P Church 1V1hN'1XlWO K. if , . . . y Q 1 . . 1 1 v sl' . . , ' 1 - 1 '. .1 sz .1 1 - 7 Q v 1 . 1. Y ., .1 . . ' K1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' A ' , , l 1 l l I I Y . s K x 1 1 1 1' X .Y 1 1' 1, 7 Y Q D K I A I v e 1 1 - ' 1 v ' 9 ' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 , K 1 s A s ty 1,1 11 1 1' 1,1L1, 1 ' 3 K1 V' ' , , KC , 1 ,VY I A . , . . 1 .. 1 . 1 H. - . V 77 . . A, Y , , L. F , , as L, - an , . ,' f ' 1 . . 1 . ,An 1 .- , -.J Q , . . ' . N 6, ,, V 4 . . , . , rm as ' Q , ' , . ' - . . I A V s Aw 1 ln l y, Alfred Drennon, came 1n. He sat doxx1n xx'1th us and began talkmg abou? ' s ' ' 1 ' 1' -1 I C ' I Y . 1 ' 1 11 , 1 11 ' .1 .1 as , 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 ' 1, 1 r ' 3 1 1 1 1'1' ' 1 - ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' . , . . . , . W . . , . . , S L, 1 V . I . . . 7 ' 'Y 1 ' 1, K . . . . Y . v v 1 if Tl l . I . 1' 1 1 1' ' 1 .1 .1 :1- 1 1' 1 ' , 1 1 ' -1 1 1 '1 1 1 1- 1 v A - 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 ' 1 1 'J ' , s - ' 1 'Q ' ' - z . I V . 1 1 I 1 v' . 1 1 1 A 1, 1 1 ' 1 1 11 -1 ' , R A . 1' 1 ' 1 - 1 -1 1 . , 1 1 I 1 1 " . 1, 1 ' , 2.1 1 1 ' 1 11.1 1 1 K1 1 I l The Olfl Peftples Hank had rertpffm-rl anfl the newly elected presi rlfi-nt was Gmmgfe Dennett. .lim Pztrkei' was now running the Oldest l.Ell'L!f'Fl. anfl 1 he-apt-st I-effrl llftusef in South I arolinzt, :intl clistrilmutm' nf the t'amfwtisPu1'ina Vhows. Ahnut this llfllfl it was ztiiiiwtint-url in the AllClf3l'SUIl 'l'1'i-VklfstklyXVo',' that Blztlcftlnt Sutht-1'lz1nrl hurl been p1'nmotf:cl to Captain nf the Citaclee fffwps. Being: satisfied with nu1't1'ip and pleased on meeting all of our oltl ulzt Qrnates, wet went hawk tuwetrcl sm-king our llOI'lLlI1QS. S. --TOM PRUITT, C'lztssP1'ophe-t. TNR' HN l"1'-'l'lIlil'.l Class Wlll We the membels ofthe class of 1926 of the Boy s Hlgh School do hexeby declare thls to be the last w1ll and testament of sald class and do hereby publlsh It for the general good ot all concerned reallzlng we are the legal possessors of certa1n personal pecullalltles VHTIOUS and sundrv real and flctltlous yaluable and worthless mheuted or acqulred by hook or crook yy hlch St1Ck to the certam membels of aforesald cla as rattles stlck to a Ford Therefore we the aforesald class bemg of sound mlnds wlth thc cxceptxon of a few who haye become partlally delanged through lov aflialrs and seemingly possessed of all our fxcultles do hereby w1ll and bequeath the flforesald pecul1a11t1es to what persons they mlght fall Vl1Sl"lll1g that they mlght carry out thelr part wlth the utmost ab1l1ty Therefole know ye both male and female mascullne fLITl1IllI19 and neutel gender legaldless of colol creed 01 DYQXIOUS selyltude Item 1 That part of our anatomy comonly known as bralns W regret to say we need ourselyes but a few of us haymg more than our share leaye the surplus to our needy teachers Item 2 To the members of the Junlon class we do hereby w1ll our dlgmfied pos1t1on as senlor hoplng that they may reach the same h1gh plane wlth more grace and equal dlglllfl Sophomore class our happy go lucky sp1r1t requestlng that lt shall be guarded zealously and bequeathed at last 1n the same good w1ll to thosc who may 1nher1t It Item 4 To the Rat class We do w1ll our llcklngs our lectures our zeros our bumps brulses falls and fights wlth the slncerest hope that they w1ll pull through as We dld Item 5 B111 Bolt commonly known as Gulnea leaves the wlnks and smlles recelved from dashlng young flappers to J C Allen Item 6 To Jack Skelton VVade Martm and W1ll1am Gambrell J C Chamblee leaves h1s low marks knoyvlng there w1ll be enough fol a Item 7 George Dennett wxlls to Jack Llgon his grunts and glouches and 1m1tat1ons of prehlstorlc mammals statlng that Jack shall use them m publlc only Item 8 Curtxs Fowler leayes h1s taldes to Wllllam Gambrell and h1s han stralghtenlng ton1c to Clancy Jones Item 9 To Jullan Clavton Clyde Glenn leayes h1s pr1y1lege of golng to the bank ey ery mornmg before School to get walm and not to see about money buslness Item 10 MOFFIS Sanders leay es h1s Skm you loye to touch tm Charlle xVh1tt9I1 reallzmg that hc IS yery much ln need of such Item 11 To D1ck Prultt Harly Todd lezyes h1s wltty saymgs thmklng that D1ck needs them to checx h1s gloom away Item 19 Sam Halpel JI leayes h1s dlJllltX to toot tunes on toot mg plpes to George Tow nscnd adylsmg Ccol ge clgdlI1St blow outs and too much lI1Hdtl0I'l of the Jaw 'IW1-XNIX POUR . 1 11 J, ' 9 ' "' Y 1, ' Y Q . Y u . . . . , . Y . . . . ., 1 ' ' 7 1 1 1 ' 1' ' 1 ' 1 Y 7 " Y , ' . 1 . 1 I . ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1' 3 , , 1 ll, 1 1, ' J . ' 1 1 1 1 '1 11 C ' s, . .. ' 1 s 1 1 11 I l I 4. . 1 v 1 1 r . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 ' 1 ' ' 1 Y ' Y . . . . , . . . , . , ., v y 1 ' 1 n . V, . ., ., 1 11 1 1 v 1 1 1 1' 1 . w . ., ., ' 1 11 1 ' 1 . .1 S, , f Item 3. We do bequeath to the members of the Sophlstlcatecl - - H . . N . . 1 , , ,, L K A L, 1 KK 9? ' ' ' , ' ' 9 ? Y Y 7 A 3 ' , 1 bi ' Y! ' ,i . , . , . I . . . Y ' Y 7 ll. I ., - 1 1 I 1 . 1' , . . ' a y I y w .1 l Y. ' ' 1. Y 1 ' . Y 7 ' " 1 .L 1' ' 7 1' .C H I A' I ' H x , . N . . . , . .., 2 , L, L, A., ' ' ' ,1 '1 1 y1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '- 1 I ' 1 1 Q -. , ., . . 1 . ' ' 1 1 A 1 1'1' I , 1 1 1 ' 1 r- w 1 . . , . . , Item 19 Reuben BLIIIQ s ulll hls plopenslts for much bathlng and hlSII'!ll"I1d.Cl1ldI6 gloomlng to Hel man Polllkoff Dlp QAIIX and oftel Herman Item 14 Xou vtlll all know that blg bluff Reuben Selgel xxtll hc leax es hls abllltx to ludge beef flom bull to 91m 'NI luldlll Item 13 Jlm Hammett W1 hes hls dlsllke IO1 Frances Young to be left to Ealnest Bell Item 16 Ed Elglll ullls hl slendel phxslque to Galf Nlauldlll Item 1 Jukle Ru sell leaxes hls abllltx to plal foot ball to Kellx Bulllx an xxlshlllg that Kellx would do as much tor the school a he dld Item 18 Tom Plultt xllshes to leaxe xnlth the Vklltel of next geal plophecx hls utmost sx mp lthl Item 1 e o t o IX ed of 1111 ot st ck Duthx C ll lmblec lc Hes hlm l.LlLd.I1 111 Item 70 Jlm Illsklne xxllls hl IQpLlt 111011 of haxlng slept ln plact callx 1ll of the desks Ill school to mx llzv Suckel who wlll blte Item P1 Delllll 10116 lcaxes hls gl ltctul and altogethel oo charmlng flgLll9 to Ben BIOXXII XN1ShlIIg' that Ben would not dlsplay It too much blook t Jlm Chapman Item 24 Jlm Pal ker wllls hls ablllty to lalse a dlsturbance eepet lftllx lt funelals to Harold Coln Item 2:1 Slabtovlll NILIIDYILX leaxes hls S0111 face to PlOf FOI xx ho IS ln dlle need of It Item 26 Balctel Blgham lelxe hls seml annull hlll cuts to Pat Hdllls Item 21 Two Blts Betsws orth leax es hls supellor posltlon to next xeflr s senlor presldent Item 28 W as mon G1 IX ullls hls dumblless to Challeston Ex lns fidxlslng hlm not to use It too much Item 29 W T Nlorrlson ullls hls tltle Shelk of the Rural D1 tllcts to CLIIUS Llughlln Item 30 Clelghton Pcden leues hls manly XOILQ to the cheer leaders he knows there vxlll be enough fol all Item 31 Claude Seaullght leax es hls abllltx to NVI'lt6 poetry fol Capt Blllx s W h1Z B mg to Althlll Lau renee Item 32 GO1dOI1 Shlrlex NXIRIICS hls Aunt Jemlm'1h Bump Re moxlng Cre lm to be glx en to Row Summes hoplng he will be more suc ce sful than he Item 34 Nlalshall lelxe all ot hls necklllg paltleb to Holacc NIcGee Item '39 Reece Hlll lnd XS ebb LdYt0l1 lelxe thell hatled fol each othel to Hllam Fagg llld -Xlxls Kelnals Item 36 James Hank ulshe hls hlgh malks and hls Latln pony to be glx 911 to Blll ll atklns Item 31 Bob Box d len es hl tl lck xbllltw to Cl mu Jones FWENIX FIVI' ',. ' 4 . 4 - ' A - 4 ' . ' 4 4 v 1 , ' ,' 4 , ' 1 ' .J , . , , , . ., L , 1, 5 . c . s ' .' A. 'S bv 4 Lrg' , . X ' . .4 K ' 44 , Ut. ' 4 tv 4 .1 1 ' L- f S . 1 . v'k1 tv 4 v v. vi' 1 A 7 is 19. Fearing thzt .lack Skllt ll migh s me dal' be ill dire nel 'ali' Yrs." 'j"'a -1 ' 2 Di". " fi 1 .' S' ," 2 t' 2 , Ht' ' 'H '. H I .H L ' ..' ' S ,4 4 ll. -2 . , ' . 4 , . t , . ' u 1 v , v.Lu A f y .kv 4 l Item 22. Tom IIICCHIIIS leaves his theory of Evolution, Leo Hol- ' , o ' . 6 j 2 " J, ' . - H l 4 79 1 . , . ,, , . ', . . . .1 . . ' ' ' 2 ' s 'S S '-' z 2" Q ' ' " 4 7' 4 4 v . '4 s -' 4' ' 1 c 74 4 ' 4' . 7. L. .2 L. v' -, C . ,S ,Z K., . . . I . . . , m-- 1. I vyv u l 1 I . . n C . A4, v v. u I I I 8 4 -4' 4 4 4 'ks 4 ' ' 4 ' y 4 , ' ' sax. 7 ' - Z . . . Y , .' ,., ' ' V' V.. E ..' I 1 ' vl 2 v bv iv' I nv N 1 ss . I . 1 ' z ' s ' ' ' " ' " 2 1 . -Y i I 1 Y f Y K Y l i I 1 ' 1 - . c A c c , . . 1, 2 A v'k1 1 1 K. ", t' z ' 's 'z 2 ' ' V' 2 Item 38 J C Chamblee leax es his numerous girl friends and lat dates to Marshall Sherard and Paul Cobb Item 39 To Frank Drake Eugene English leaxes his numerou o possum hunts Item 40 Louie Lavsrence leaxes his noisy disposition to Harold Coin thmkmg that Harold is xerw much ln need of it Item 41 Malcolm McFall leax es his prixllege of eating anything ir the store to Jack Martin Item 42 Chester Maxwell wills his position as Bus drixer t Halold Hammond Item 43 L IN Jolly leaxes his wonderful physique to Jams N ince Item 44 Malcolm Sutheiland wlshes that all his childish may to be gn en to Jack Green lititx in the Annual to the Sthool Item 46 John Wall leaxes his He Havx liugh to Walter Dalbx xx ho is xery much ln need of one Item 47 Clyde Tate leases his MIQSIIIQ Link features to Leo Hol brook knowing that Leo does not need them Item 48 And I and mx better half sometimes spoken of Fletcher leave to the Sullixan Twins our brotherly loxe which is daily fight In witness vt hereof vse are HONTEST JGHIN THOMPSOIN MIKE CLARK fand his sonj PROF SODY POP Cl ARK SLIM BAILEY Notary Public IWPNX QIX . . . ' ' ' ' e . , '. ' ', s ! Q 1 1 ' n v Y A K. K n , , . . . '. ' ' Q' ' - is .'z . I ' 1 ' I I Item 45. Alfred Drennon wishes to leave his ambition for pub-- . 4 1 v K. 'S f y 2 . . . ty, 7 .L 7 . l ! I ' . , j , S ' .' 3 as ' , ' S ' ', 'Q :x . ' V . Y K ., , , K4 Y 'il Y A 1 I ' , H H A I 1 J . D IN LOX ING NIENIOhX OI' OLB FRIEND AND CLASSNIATE HAhOLD DLQIGX OhTH Mlnlnr W QU Xllen Iohn Ashlu Allen Ashlex Kistlei B Bell Finest Blackstone Reid Broun Ben Casa Robelt Cobb Paul Col n Hal old Crayton Julian Dalbv Waltei Dobbins John Fvans Challton Fxatt Qalxm Pagg Hiram Iant. FCIXVIH Cambrell VVm. C inn Roddey Crun Jack K rimes Wm. Hall lack Hancock Walter Hammond Harold Harris John Hearn Reid Hendrix Claud M. Holbrook Leo Holcombe Puel Iack.on Leland Johnson Wm. .Iones Clarence Kay Farl Iieasler I. C. Kernels Alvis I atimer Marion I iughlm Cuitis IINKIGHCQ Mthui I igon Jack Nlaitin Wade NIa1tln lack Nlaitm Joel Nltek Edvxal d Nluiitt Eugene Home Joe Nloskoxxitv NIA Nlulphey I u 'Vic Donald Iamts Nance James New ell Newt Paine Nlauus Pickens H'11old Iolliakoff Hernrir. Prex ost Joe I ruitt Dick Pruitt Wyatt Rogers Robt. Rothrock XVm. Sanders .ee Sl'10l"ll'd Marsh'1ll Shirley Cecil Shirley Frank Simpson James Skelton Prue Si,.lliv'1n Kelly Towngend George Watkins VVm. Watson Frank Whitten Charlie Wilson Harold Yfmdiver David TWENTX'-NIINI Jac K Yi: Clarence ones 'Pr iJz T JLNIORS Thu JL111lOlx fue fl C t filunxmf JOE Moore S Q or P Clan-X POILSOY 81 am NDQCIQS of the h1gh school genuQ who 1001x1113 fcnxx 11111 to 1lQLOTY1111f., Serum 1 1 me lem th it iftex 111 the Jun1o1 Q the 1011 N i x- O , sr - "J, x'-Jeans' , Y I J A ' V 2 F'-5? ft 1. 1 5 . 1- T. 4 it ter 'f ' ' V Cl VI . ' U . luaufil ' 1 "i",f ' ' 3 ' S ., ' ' - V' r - v vf . 1 - ' r A' ' -S. ' ' 1 2 I ' 2 I zu' 1 1 I' Vest. 1531- ' U orrxes I 26 lllll IN U: n 3 77-frfxln bn'-2 ,. ,,., x 'l'HlIl'l'Y -TWO Alexander Edvsard Acker W Blackman Sam Bone Jack Blown Milton Blown MCKGEVGI BUIFGSS Phlllp Cathcart James Cathy Wllllanl Chapman VICOIV Chapman, James Clark Flank Cobb Jesse Cole Howald Cape William Dusenberry James Fnglish Carl Frskine Walter Gibson Frank Gilmer George Cray I0l'ton Hames Joe Ilamilton Billy Heard lNardin Iumes Prank Iackson Curtis Jones Herbert King Ben King loviell lxitinier Marshall l,leHilra5 Marion Ilincsay Hi ray Lyons, lfllllllly Vlartln Frank Mastels James 'Xlauldln Sims Morrison Ansel 'Vlulray William McAl1stel Carlyle 'VIcClaln Glenn McConnell Curtis McGee Horace lXald1n Gene lNardln Milton Pepit Jasper Plultt John Rice Leon Rlchardson William Sanders James Shanklin William Shirley R. C. Smith John Smith Farl Smith Ralph Speares Scot Stghenson Robert Steward Harry Stringer Kenneth Stringer illiam Stl'in1.,er Andrew Summey Roy X ickery Pearson White Janus NN hitten Robert Wolf William William Burnq SOPHOMORES The Sophs with the retlcence that comes from w1sdom make no statement from themselves but leave It to the rest of the school to testif that they were there both on the athletlc field and 1n the class room and sometlmes It must be Sald ln the office THIRTY THREE . ll Y, ' ' , ' ' . 'r 1 .5 as u - - ' ' ' ff' ,, X ' x ZWIAM X YIJH Arnold Forest Arnold Hrtt Babb Walter Ballentrne Joe Bolt Fred Brrssey Leo Breazeale Enoch Bruce C B Burrrss Mareus Callaham John Canup Claud Carter Janres f audle Frank Chamblee Furnran Chastam James Craft Paul Cromer Paul Drckson Frank Dodd Frank Dobbrns Sloan Duckworth Gary Fdwards Leroy I' dmunds Reese Frseman Phrllrp Flrod Harrrson l rskrne Kanon Joe Evans Joe Farmer Wm Pennell Frank Pant Robert Lee Frsher O B Fortner Durell Fr etsy ell Sam Garns Lenard Farrrson Holbert Grlmer Fd Calhoun Grlmer Fred ' lenn Browne Hagnre Charles Hammond James H Hanks Trlman Harrrs Pat Heaton Harold Hollrday George Hollrday Pr ue Holder Frwrn Hughes Anthony Coleman lor dan Qlarles Laboon VK rllram I ex er ett Fdear llajeskr Henry Vlerrrtt liar hall Pr rnklrn Nlerrrtt Brll Nlason Edward N axvu ell Baylrs C Nlartrn Ralph Nl rrtrn Benj Nleeks Llrrenee Xlauldrn Garf Nlontgomery Ernest Nlorse Fred Nlcffee Sam lILAllSt6l J M NIeClure Charles NIeCoxwn Henry N1eGee Rrehard NIeC1esky Ceerl 'Neese Joe INQISQQI Robert XIX Roy Osteen Albert Parker Henry Patterson Wendell Power Rrehard Arthur Prrnee Praners Rressly Lewrs Rerd Henry Rrehard on Dayrd Sanders Howard Qanders Hoyt Sassard Ralph Srmpson Prue S rss :rd W alter Strrblrng Harry Stllelxl md Ioseph Lmrenef Sullrx rn Iaek Sullry rn Henry Sullrvan Lours Trrbble Fred Tr rmmell Barley Trowbrrdge l urres YY alke 1 VS rllram XX atsorr -Xnsley VK eleh Reuben VN rggrngton Austrn VVebb Brlly XX rrght Roy THIRIX PIN' . ,3 v - . ,. . , ., l . 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WV 'fats think high schiml il chocsy plucu uven if it 1 ' 12' ' some Czlttj S 'fs ' 2 'i S ' jz '1 1 " Q: ' ' W- ' " 'z s 2 '12 "Yo 'z alxx'z-'slcli 21 i.'1.'i1I1l2iI1iM'i.St' 'l 'z 2 .' ich, Yi 'an zilxvziys ti-ll ai sm phi m fro. but you cz 1' A him LXQM Vitlvfl rn Rfym'-PU1 1 Smzxetq D Gljhlllx 8 enson P nqsurcr 5l"Uo" AYILR I I FFRAIH SOC IETX The Axe1 L1te1f11x 'iouetx xx IS OIgiIl1Z9Cl durlng the xessxon ol 1920 '71 The Ax el L1te1 llx SOCl9tX oi Andehon Hlgh School Wa-1 named 111 hono1 ot General lexus M1lone Ax 91 who durlng h1s l1t t1me xx 'is 0119 ot AHflQlSOH N fo1emo5t educetow Posseesed of cl b11ll1anr m1nd he xx an 1 m 111 ot h1gh ule 111 and xx o1thx ambltlonx 1nd lllClTI'1LlCl toxx 11LlStl'19 Llplllllldlllg ot the u mmllllllx It lN xx 1th gledt ho1101 that xxe ben h1s name and tru t th at ou1 members xx1ll tolloxx h1s exzampl of Ch11st1an m mhood emhodxed 111 th 11 floxx er ot ill xutues 1 South e1n Centleman ot the Old Qehool 1993 96 his been 11 xe1x ucces ful X911 The SOC18tY hflx pu xentecl m1nx dehghtful and 111tc1fst111ff pnogxam and exe1x membex 1e1l1f1ng th xt muth k11oxxlulg,1 11 ClLllXLll the1et1om has demonstmtel a kee11e1'1nte1ext the1e1n and xxe hope th it those xx ho ca11x Oll xx1ll up hold the stanclmcl xxhlch lt noxx emo IHIRIH SPN!- , ' 1 ,,' ,fl 1 r . 1 ,v ,Z 1 I . 1 1 .I JA' f if A K1 . 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" " '-F 1 ' 1.1 LIGON LITERARY SOCIETY The Llgon Socletv was named ln honor of Prof W J Llgon who w1ll always be remembered by Andersonlans as one of the greatest The past sess1on was one of the most successful m the hlstory o the Soclety Much lnterest was shovsn ln the debatmg and oratorlcal contests th1s year We hope that those that follow us w1ll uphold the qOCl6tV 1n every way JAS HANKS 26 THIRTX FICHT , . educators of Anderson County. L l n L s. . I A . y . . ! DEBATHN G TEAM PROF FRANK CI ARRE Coacu AFFIRMATIVE TEAM Mllton Naldln NEGATIVE TEAM Tom NIcCants Claude Sefmught Lomus E Qulllx in Altelrmtlxe THIRTX NIV! T ' '7 I, . A I -----.-----.--.-. Creighton Peden "z, '." '- 1 V1 ilk HI Y CLUB Contaglous Chrlstlan Chalactel OFFICERS TOM MCCANTS Presldent CHARLTON EVANS Vlce Presxdent BOB STEPHENSON TFQBSUYCI Our H1 Y Club was organlzed durlng the first year of our entrance mto the new Boy s Hlgh School Smce that tlme both the faculty and student body have come to look upon It as mdlspensable for the hlgh ldeals of scholarshxp and school dlSClpl1Il6 that lt holds We are con fident that ln the years to come the H1 X wlll keep pace wlth the ad xancement of A H S PORIH s 4 ' ' ' , , a 1 M A RSHALL sHI-:RARE .,.., Secretary .- . . E 2. luv' I 1 IL if 101111 Q 0 umm f 11 f 0 tn all hitting L C X ll mx ukptx It IN well to kgep m mmrl th ami th it m I TIXL N fl l 11 m 1 J l f 0 xx 16 L mmf u m um aug lx thlt t L N fmuth1ng h15.,htIlhiI1XlLf0lX PORIX N. KZ A. II. A'l'III.I'I'XIffS Asymu'-ali" hffll 'gyzges fl?h"1 " ,'la11 playing 1- 1 V J: " H ' ' c "1 it z us' lu- gf 'Il to nur' cuzachcu, Do 1 X I'h'll'1s, Pub I',CZiI'll, Shurty I-'1'ock, :ml I'v.'so1' JVIIQS, wh , 'h'l1 hxly' 5 s U " , te ht 1: z hire if ' H '-'lklilill Football DISTRICT 2 CHAMPIONS DODE PHILLIPS Coach JULIAN Juke RUSSELL Captam HELEN ANDERSOIN FRAINCES YOUNG Team Sponsors MARGARET LIINLEY Captaln Sponsor Easley Wxlllamston Belton Seneca Walhalla Pendleton IPZPIPIPIPIPBPDPDPIP ECEICBECCEIUIIIICE C-e G' r I'-4 Dv Z DU C' U2 UJ rn r' r' Q Sb 'U r-+ E C3 r CD Z2 I 20 IE Due West Thornwell Saluda 4 I-0R'1 X I-OUR 3 O Pi PH O cn 'IT 5 UQ 0 5 V' fl 5' 51' L4 sw Q av' CD FY' U3 CDHD1 WWEEWHO Hb 2 FV' ::" 0: war om I 'nh- JJ E10 3 go gif f-+5" om 5V'+: nv 32' gi 'Da "'m f: Eg-9 Ei 72 'E L2 Q-91 Wh 45'- gm 5 3:- gill? mm S Pie. Bm Q.- :.. Earnest Bell Frank Watson Joe Trowbrldgr. Rut Maltm ROV Summy Reuben Selgcl Derrell Jones Jullan Russell Laptaln Jlm Hammett Leland Jackson 16 77 an , as ' V ra 0 . . S. 0 L. . ' ' ' 0 . . S. 58 L. . ' 0 . . S. 25 L. . ' I 0 . . S- 12 C. ' ' ' 0 . .s. 13 R. '. , 1 0 . . S. 14 R. . 'ff Pickens 6 . . S. 10 R- .. Walter Betsworth : 7 . . S. 27 R. . .' 0 . . S. 13 L. . ' , " -' ' 48 . . s. 12 Q. . ' - -- F. . - 61 18 ll ' 7? , . as n ' , , v . A , ' unusually dangerous man for our opponents. "Juke," we will miss you 'hh ln our school l1fe and on the athletxc held but our best wlsh to you IS that you may succeed 1n llfe as you have 1n Hlgh School Athletics DERRELL JONES-Half Here IS the beat example ot what vyon lOl our tc im the 1eputat1or onlv yyelghed 130 lbe But It was the moat dangerous 1 50 lba that eve: lan on a Held Derrell yye vylll be watchmg you durmg your collegl career and mav you fulfll each of our fondeat hopes and deslres ERNEST BELL-Left End When we thlnk of Ernest xutomatlcally we thlnk of the famou trlple play of coach Ph1ll1ps Ernest was the mam cog ln the machmery of thlg play Earnest mav vour next year ln H1 school be the great c t fo1 you 1n eyely yyay REUBEIN SEIGEL Selg Tackle Selg we yy1ll call h1m rlght txckle and for proof of th1s state ment vye polnt out the opposmg backfleld men Se1g you may re ' aasured that all of Anderson Hlgh and hel Alumnl yy1ll be eagarl yy atchmg your college career WALTER BETSVVORTH Tyyo Bltg End Walter Betayvolth bettel knoyyn as Tvyo Bltg but yve mlght add IH paesmg that he IS yy orth qulte a b1t mole ae '1 football plavel Rlgh cnd yy aa Tyyo Blt s pos1t1on and 1S ufficlent to aay that llght end wa yy ell taken cale ot Tyyo Bxts goes to Cltadel and our beat yylshea 'uc I-ORTX I- IV I' gx 2 --4 ' " ' .-fr '- ' l 1 i-Lfwfsf' " - -.- . -.,., W . , , . , . . . - . ' -. A f 3.1,--, Ak A 'S' ' ' I A ' A , T. 1, 1 ' .sgw .. . 5. , 'A L c I I Y l 1 iz 1 1 ' A of being "The best foot-ball team in the U. S. per pound." Derreil ' ' , Y V' . 7 D ' I A . .X 1. v ' - . 2 1 ' 1 v ' 1 gs . , t . ' v 1 Q f v ' U '77 . 1 L . A , U U -I 5 " is . v ' 7 . v, vi ' u - H , , . 1- . KK I ,y V. I ' ' nr n 1 -1 1 I 3- , . . . , ' ' 4' . "' ' ," ' f s.. Y . ll , ' H , x -W' n I 1 Q v 1 tt v I ,y D . , . .., . , , b H , ' v H ' f 'L S ' K A Y . .' Q v 1 - " H v ' KJ' A K ' x Hs. K L 'x that he xx1ll take up the1e IU t xx hexe hc lcft ofl' hele and carlx on both 1n scholast1c and athletlc vsork ROY SDMNIY Rlght Gudld Parke1 H1 sent us a man 1n Roy Summx xxhom thex haxe been unable to leplace Rox plax ed 11ght guaxd and vxe mlght add that he guarded It 11ght YN e ue fo1tunate 111 l'1dXlllg h1m back agaln next xea1 a11d ex e11 g1eate1 thlngs a1e expected of h1m 111 the future RUT MARTIN Cab Cente1 Rut Martln bette1 knoxx11 as Cab xx IS p1obablx thc best centel 111 South Carolma Rut the be t xxlshes of Ande1son Hlglc v11ll follow xou a11d max thev spul xou on to gleatel thmgs JIM HAMMETT J1m Quarter Back J1m IQLQIX ed good coachlng and he Ldllltd lt 1l1tO thc gxmc w1tl1 h1m Alvs ws he had thc r1ghts1g11al it h1s command they nevel knexx xvhexe to expect the next play We haxe ncxcl 1n the hxstory of ou school had a team such IS our last season teim and nexel a quartel back such as we haxe Ill J1m Hammett FRANK WATSON Bad Luck Left Tackle Flank Watson Ol Bad Luck as he 18 knoxxn to h1s fr1ends has been elected Capt!-1111 fo1 the next yeal a11d he has well ealned the d1s t1nct1on JOE EARL TROWBRIDGE left guald has left us smce football SGHSOI but he left a name and reputatlon that we shall not forget The memolable game w1th Saluda b1ought to llght a star of who111 xne knew verx llttle Rut Martln was knocked out and CURTIS JACK SON answered the call for a rec1u1t center VS e ale glad that he wlll be 111th us agam next year L IN JOLLY Guard No team IS stronge1 than 1tS seconda1y defense and IH that we were blessed L N Jolly as left guard xxas 110 small palt of that de fense He vxas a hard fighter a 1eal tacklel a11d a dead game sport L NI we w1ll m1ss you next year but our best xx lshes follow vou HAROLD PICKEINS bette1 knoxx 11 as Plck IS best remembered for h1s qulck spectaculax tackllng 1n our game xx 1th Due West CHESTER MAXWELL E11d Ches was always so qulct that you thought he xxas scared unt1l the ball vxas snapped but when the play began a speed demon wa loosed RALPH SMITH Tackle Choly Smlth tcalled Ralph bx h1s iolksj IS a blg 1axx bone tackle casx gomg but depend 1blc Th1s ls Ralph s fIlNt ytdl 011 the val s1ty 1nd he has tvso mo1c xc us xx 1th Us so vu. alc countmg on h1m to shoxx up ID the futule IORIX SIX 1 1' 1 S 1 ' 1 1" ' ' I 'V A . 1 - V Y ' f 1' 1 T . . 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I '1'1 1 71'11 1,11 11- , gn' K , n A x L ,' , , , 1 1 1 1, 1,. 11 1' 1- 1 1, 1 -1 1 ,- , 1 1 y 1 1 1 , 1 4. .. .-L. A. KELL1 SLLLIVAN Half 11111 you eye1 forget 1I1 the Saluda game how Kelly lecelyed thx klck off then Hashed around left for such 1 ga1n He made an e11 xlable record th1s yeax hell be on the team next X6d1 Look out op ponents 'NIALCOLVI MCFALL Manage1 The same man who put a1d on lemonade and PQILQ 1n per sex ere put a manage1 on a football team Nlack 'NIcFall had tht 1mDOSQ1bl9 Job th1s year He was ey ery where at the same tlme dome eyerythlng It takes Pep to m lke a team flght l1kc those yellow1 1ckets dld CREIGHTON PEDEN ch1et cheer leaclel lead the loy al Anc1erso11 sup porters ln thelr songs and yells No summ1ry of the tootball sc 1so1 would be complete wlthout the mentlon ot thc m 1gn1f1cent b xckmg thm glrls and boys gayc the team 1n X1CtOIX and 111 deic 1t Too much cannot be s nd fOl the scrubs as they a1e thc ones who scrubs as ornaments 1n on w ay they a1e but they ue the flghtlnge t ornaments you GXQI tackled or cut down They are the o11es who go. hurt and were ney er thought of except by then fellow gr1d XV0lk9I'S But the next year they w1ll make up the ya1e1ty here 01 at colleg1 and to make th1S clea1 A qultter new er wlns and a w 1nner never qults Sc1ubs lf you do as you naye done ln the past you w1l1 be XV1nne1 We take thls space to try to show you that we do apprec1ate wh 11 you haye done for the Xa1S1tX and school Among the substltutes IH the back Held that helped to make th yars1ty were Ike Marshall Paul Cobb Joe Home Dawd Vand1ve1 Clancy Jones Sam Fretw ell Lou1s qL1ll1Xdl1 IIGIIIV Sullxy an P1t H 1111 Marshall Lat1mer Joe Balentme 1nd Leon R1ce Low ell Kmg Ho11cc McGee Among the substltutes 111 the lxne we1e J1m Pa1ke1 Malcolm Sutherland Reese H111 Webb Layton John W all D1ckP1u1tt J1m Ch xp man Walter Da1by Ed Meeks Phlllp Elseman 'NI1lton lNa1d1n Gene 1Na1d1n C Jordan J C Keasler I-ORl"x SPNP 1 1 1 1 L 4 1 1 7' , 1 . 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' '. 1 ' 1 , y 1 v La ' 9 A 7 Y , ' , . , . 1 1 . Clemson Calhoun Seneca Honea Path Walhalla Seneca Honea Path Walhalla Starr Starr FORVV ARDS Russell Sanders Brovxn Sulllvan Iouls Sulllxan Henrx Fretwell MeGee Jones Sulllxan Kelly Basketball D156 P Q O W F U 2-Be 'U'-a :Wm wb-1 w F Sung 2 5 M O w n 225 Clos. pgr' E I P I I C C 7 C3 m 1 rf E 5 gygl E'3 2 252' vim bfbibhwifbibhwk-D mmmmmmmmm: O FJ 7 '-B 'YJ W Cf CD CI 3' W C1 J BLKSWOI th Hammond Sugle Slltldld Iackson Be Martm Maxvx ell VS atson McCants CFIYHGS Klng D Basketball season opened xxlth prospects pleltx clalk but by IC xx ork on the p ut ot both eoaehes and men a leal team was moulded and one that comm mded eonslderatlon md lespeet from ex erv team m th illNlSlOI1 - . ........... 27 . . S. ..................,. U --------------------- 18 . . S. -------------------, 17 ----------------- 10 . . S. ------------------- 34 -------------------, 17 . . S. -----,-,---,,,,-,,-, 14 --------------------- 29 . . 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T A. .S. ,,,.... ,.,...,...... 1 J ------------------,--- A. .S -----,,------------ 14 At the date of thls wrltlng the baseball season IS lncomplete but enough has been play ed to get some ldea as to how the remalnlng games w1ll come out As wlll be notlced above ten games have been played s1x of them be1ng on the rlght slde of the ledger since the regular ofliclal schedule was made out our pe1 centage IS better SIX Champ games have been played and fOU1 of these we have been the vlctors Two mole games remaln to be played and we see no reason vs hy we should not w1n these smce one game has already been won by us from each Ney er before has the splrlt been so good and the presence of unltx on the squad has been evldent at all tlmes The squad has worked to gether and the flghtlng sp1r1t that vsas so notlceable ln football was carrled 1nto baseball 1n a double portlon Several players flom th1S years squad wlll remaln to make the mucleus for a team next year but the majorlty of the squad wlll be lo 1 through g'I'ddU3tl0ll and we are expectlng great thlngs of them ln col lege baseball PIFTX . - 4 r . . . , V l I l. I v ' -I w I ' 7 ' Y . ,, I 1 ' . M . V . . v ! 7 U . . . . s ,, . . Q . , . . I . . st , , ' I 4 . I 1 - y , , Y vm 1-" " v Track Clarence Jones Captam Harmet Sulhvan Captam s Sponsor Jullan Russell Frank Watson Reuben Slegle Tom McCants Harold Hammond Ruel Holcombe Kelly Sulllvan Reld Hearn Bob Boyd Leland Jackson D1ck P1u1tt Charles Joldan Ed Meeks Whxle the Yellowjacket clnder padders dld not get to make the trxp to the State Meet at Columbla they made a very credltable record at the Dlstrxct Meet Russell started lt off by takmg second place 1n the 220 dash Watson then took a second m the dlscus throw Clancy Jones got th1rd place IH the 880 and our relax team conslstmg of Bob Boyd Jukle Russell Ed Meeks and Clancy Jones made a second place Eacn member of the relay team was avs alded Block A CLANCY JONES 27 1-'11-'TY ON . . . . ,V L, , . s . ' . ' . 1 . " V . Y . . , , . . - - V . . . . . . 1 L . .. . , , . . Y w. . v V 9 K 1 - 1 .. , ., . . . 1 H . 7 - 4. 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' ""-" R1-1111 A' THE HIGH SCHOOL TUNELESS QUARTETT Nanyy Hanks D6m6lOdlSt Tofh McCants Deharmonlst Kel Sull1K all Confus1on1st Nlt Drennon Annoylst A few of then fax orlte songs Qi My Fathel Was a Confederate Soldler But He Wore a UIl1Ol1 Sult Mary Wcfe an Ex Ray Dress I Used To Shower My Glrl Wltl KISSQS But It A1n t Gonna Ram Iwo Mo The Dog D1sl1ked the Baby So They Gave the Chlld Away Short Sheets Makes the Bed Seem Longer The Shell Shocked Sold1er Sorts Short Socks My Gul May Smell Llke a Onlon but She s My Wlld Irlsh Rose Locked Ill the Stable Wlth the Sheep Ed Elgm Plof V3Ild1X 61 vshat IS a xamp1re'7 Prof A xampue IS a vauety of the female SDQCISS that can con xe1t wlntergleen temperament lnto cloves and helself mamtaln th dlgmfied acqulescent alr of a thermos bottle Juhan Smlths Klsses are the language of love Sara T Then why don t you say somethmg' A poor old soul IS the Hlndu He does all 1n th1s world he k1n do But he has no clothes And exerybody knows That he has to make h1s skln do Webb Layton You ought to take somethlng for your cold Mutte Maxw ell How much w1ll you give me? Reece H111 Can t I have Just one more klss before I go" Ruth Hunnlcutt Yes but you wlll have to hurry papa w1ll be home 1n about a hour Its all off shouted llttle Bobby Jones as he stuck the cat s taxl 111 the electrlc fan I stole so many klSS9S My llps began to sag And then the pretty glrl H1d the candy bag James Hanks Glrls are plettlel than men Georg1a Lee Naturally James "No altlfically " . o Two Blts "'Would vou lxke to be seen walking down the street xx 1th a one eved man"' l Maltha Paget "No YVhy"" Two Blts "Then let me C3l'1X voul umbrella " lsll' IX l'0UR 4 IQ! Q ". 'r ' .1 f. . , 0' Q ' F 1, . ,1 , y N , ,v f ' 1 ,,, V, sc n . '-5'-"'-----'-"""""""" - .1 v D n ' . Qt 44 , . . . ' ' n ' ,H H , ,H U ' - ' 1 ' 9 A ' - s ' v ,H cs , ' ' 1 1 y ' 4 -97 f 1 .ry I .H as ' . 7 A 7 - ' y v' - ,ra as ' r ' K x ' rn ' . H . ' , . , '. ,. ' H . . , . . . U yy '- ' v 1' ' - .. Y 4 ' 4 ' v . 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S . 1 ,j Y X W X, IM f 550 X , I fa' 1 Um ' xl fy Q an-t , Lk X I D l 56 ' 'Q 9 GEEMQEMMMMHEUMMMEME BEEEEQEEEQEQEQEEQQEG I "'A"""'A""A ' , I OUR ADVERTISERS I I I Q-51 You Wlll Be Satlsfled Here Andersons Leadmg Clothmg Store Parker Anderson Company CITIZENS NATIQNAL BANK C pt S 515325 000 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS I "Af I HI , I , -Q1 V, Y . '- , I li. , - V , .' V '- ' ' ' 1 Q I 4 Q 5 . I - KTQQL I I X Y . it I I a iaI and urpIus ------- , I-IARRY C IVICBRAYER CINCORPORATEDJ The I-Iome of I-Iart Schaffner Sc Marx CLOTHES ANDERSON 5 C SuII1Van Hardware Company III KH H355 XHRJ WIIIII I SIT II I1 I HI' 'H uallty IS the frst e sentxal wlth us PYICCS are aI ays co slstent wlth values SatlSflCCl customers are our best a sets ANDERSON BELTON GREENVILLE GREER Seruzce Qualziy Przce We ha e In lt our busmess o these three words nd expect to mamta n them FRETWELL FURNITURE COMPANY FANCY GROCERIES Fresh IVIeatS F1sh and Oysters PHONE l37 212 SOUTH MAIN ST W A POWER ANDERSON S C T R' T4 WT . .44.,"frDD4 In' 4K'.T'IIIIl4H'2'TI'II1,7 Il'2qQUfIIHDEIIl':1Y'l' Q . . i S . . u . W n . . . . . s . v ui ' n a ' I . CALL TOLLY PHONE PHONE FOR AMBULANCE 4 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Everythlng 1n Insurance bu c Sure bound CROMER SULLIVAN C0 PHONE 15 Dry Cleanmg You Wlll Appreclate and Enjoy COLUMBIA DRY CLEANING CO 51 514 I1 - Y - W I '- The House Serrive Built " PHONE 608 OUR POLICY tP t Thy If Its few lry As Us KEILSE 81 QOCHRAN IIy W W ALLANT BELK CO XXIII RSON S I I XIIINI1 III P XHTNII Nl bI'0liI Smlls I 11-rxtlun md bells It I0 iss F or Sporizng Goods of All Klnds See PANT S BUCK STORE We stand shoulder to shoulder with our customers. lt is th coincidence tha rofit, Progress, Protection start wi Ietter. e are aIIied in aII that good business stancisf re. We are here to give the best that is in us, ff it -1 N lf Not Your jeweler, Eventua e ill Be. Ll " 0 1 1 V9 1 1 1 1 A L 2 L L A IAA A Y W 'Y ' YY Y 2 4 . 'IL 2 1 so ' r I, X . U 9 Anderson REICIIO Co R3d1OS and ACCCSSOIICS Freshman Federal and Supertone Service Day and Nlght Phone 398 HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE You can make your college course easy lf you wlll keep u Wlfh the current events of the day by readlng good maga zmes and newspapers Reed Fowler News Stand Phone 398 for Dally DCIIVCFICS MCLESKEY TODD DRUG CO NEXT TO KRESS SODAS DRUGS PIPES AND TOBACCOS ofmslons and Norrzs Candles Phone 580 PA T RONIZE OUR AD VERT ISE RS Because T hen Patronzze Us I L Q 7 w n . 1 . p YSYHC Sfl'ilH.I4 GDNHAVY fl"fI'IHfI fl3l'1Sff' ' 0 u iv , . j a 1 .X Woodward Wlgglns Electric Co Presto Llte Battery Service STARTING LIGHTING IGNITION CORNER PEOPLES AND CHURCH STS Anderson bteanl Laundrw PROPER DRY CLEANING AND DYEING IS THE RESULT OF YEARS OF STUDY WE ARE Excluslve Operators of the Ramsey Process ANDERSON S C PHONE 7 IIWIDR EH QIDU 113 HRH' MHDY TCID SQ Il All bil T19 I WISH HIS? HMP!! G EPT 55 IISYII' WSF ADS EHRTUSHQ C3lI1OUD B8I'bCI' and Beauty l33flO1" Anderson S Leading Barber Shop and Beauty Parlbr Under lolm C Calhoun Hotel PHONE 720 O I Q 'Y K jc V1 " za ' VY 1, I '- - Q .V ,T T ,t 9. 'ra X Q , 4' Ury Your ,m..'wAm's ZISHQIT WYfITIIA'iI" 'mrnuv 'w,m:x'r ,1.- 'sk 1 'viii' 5 Vim- - , TWE GOOD THINGS TO EAT FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN SEASON Heavy and Fancy Grocerzes Phone 472 309 North Maln St YOUR BUSINESS We ask for It with the assumptlon that we w1II he abIe to perform SCYVICC that Wlll be pleasmg to you Wlth expI1c1t confidence we make thxs statement It IS Our Busmess to take care of your busmess PHONE IN YOUR ORDER R C MATTISON COMPANY GROCERIES FRUIT VEGETABLES THE W1 I .UIICI II 'I II XSS WH6ID'I.IfID'N Il H1 TI Il H45 SNMP K CIDKDIID 'DHI 'SYN FOR SHOES SEE THOMPSON S THE MAN WHO FITS THE FEET AND SELLS THE SHOES I O S I . 5 . . 7 9 f . , ' 17 " E '. - if , xy TIG' 'fc' ID fl L ..l I If ,E , 1. . .-E, A X. YY DH fu .7." . .MF -gf D 2 TTR L' ,' 1 . 'T1 li A 2 'I ' f - h-k f 9 AND EQUINOX MILLS BELIEVE IN THE ANDERSON HIGH SCHOOL GLUCK MILLS Home eepmg Hearfs Are Happzest We Bullcl the House You Make the Home TOWNSEND LUIVIBER CO CONTRACTORS BUILDING MATERIAL ANDERSGN 5 ANDERSON FLORAL CO ANDERSON S C B 0 EVANS 8: CO ANDERSON S C 4 g If . . 9 Q Phone 2 6 7 , . C . N lpn hu: 1' Mu! IIl'0.'l'J iz' .Auf 17 u 'llfl " , . . C 0 U , . . lvs IT KTICDNQ 11'ne:crn1Pnln'-s 1- at ons Class R1I1gS, PIIIS HIICI ewelry We get tl'1lS because we render courteous avoid errors charge reasonable always deliver as promised and at all times rernem bermg What We Say It Is It Is HALE S IEWELERS AND DIAMOND MERCHANTS ESTABLISHED I856 GREENVILLE Sole Agents for A H S Standard Ring ' ' ' 1 A 1'1 1 v 1 4. 4 4 5, ', An A L, a 0 J service, do high grade work at all times, I , ' ff Y, Y 1 , :-: S. C. If you have beauty We take it, ' you have not We make ' HARRY E WALLACE PIIQIBTQIBKCJHZ all 1U l OVER STRAND THEATRE The Athleizc Boys and Gzrls will find plenty of Athletic Shoes Sweaters and thmgs of that kind at Balles Big Department Store SPECIAL PRICES MADE TO CLUBS Agcnls for Florsheim Shoes or lllen THE. NEW BEE HIVE o H BAILES Co We Do Not Hold Sales hty 8 gt Akthh S ATION WIDE NINSTITUTION Hawley QE J'G 71 DEPARTMENT STORES lf lt. . T if iq ' V Di' Y T" fr T3 E. L f 4' ' ' L J, .L . . Y . . . , . as 9' O no sale" policy means t a ou can get our low prices any time you f d t nient to shop-in the morning or the afternoon of any day of any month H s your privilege to buy quality oocls at lower prices. You can save y hrou h hese Nation-wide values by our "non sale plan". Y an buy more for less here! s e ousewife! he knows! 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