Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA)

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PRESENTED TO ANDREW LEWIS HIGH SCHOOL BY THE ESTATE OF MISS ANNIE McCONKEY 4 ffP- ' ANDREW LEWIS MIDDLE SCHOOL Salem, Virginia ‘OTlb Published by the Students of SALEM HIGH SCHOOL Salem, Virginia iiiiiiBtiiirriiitciiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiMiiiiinMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiMiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM kchxvx The Wolverine— High School ictrx-rsa IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimilllMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlMlllllllllllillllllllllllllllllll T IS with regret that we say farewell to our High School days — days tilled with work and pleasure. Our associations, our friendships, our successes, our sometimes failures will always remain a happy memory. We now turn to the.future, to greater work and greater achievements, knowing that what¬ ever success awaits us, the foundation was laid at the old Salem High. With an affectionate goodbye to the Class of ’30, The Wolverine extends cordial greet¬ ings and good wishes to the Class of ’31. (2) i imiii ii mmi ii mi imhi iim mi him ii 11111111111111111111111111111111111111....... The W olverine—Salem Hilii School iccw -rsja IIIIIMMMIIIMIIIIIMIIIMIIMIIMMIIIIIMIIMUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIMIMIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllinillllMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIUIIIIIIIIllllllM U- $ To MR. ROBERT W. HOUSE Our Principal With respect fur his firmness of character, liis high ideals, and his sympathetic understanding of Youth, we affectionately dedicate this volume of “The Wolverine” Illlllll 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 IMI 111(1111111111111 IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllMIIIIMIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMI 351 The Wolverine—Salem High School kc qi iccj raii 11111111111 • 1111MI ■ 1111111 ■ i ■ 111■11■111■1111 ■ 111 ■ 11 ■ 1111111 ■ 1111111111■11111111 ■ ■ 1111: i ■ 111 ■ i ■ 11 ■■ 11 ii 11111111111 j 1111 m 111 t j 1111 ii 11 j 11111 ii ■ 111111J11111 i 1111111111 S8S» MR. R. W. HOUSE, Principal Mr. F. L. Bruce, English, History Mr. T. E. Bijrke, Vocational Agriculture Miss Josephine Corbett, History Miss Louise Darden, Latin, Mathematics Mr. D. E. Denton, Athletic Director, French Mr. Farley, Science Mrs. L. W. Fischel, Vocational Home Economics Miss Fulton, Mathematics Mrs. E. C. James, Latin Miss Katherine Harveycutter, Secretary Miss Annie McConkey, Mathematics Mrs. J. F. Morton, Study Hall Mrs. L. G. Pedigo, English Miss Winnie Slusser, Science Mr. J. H. Snapp, English Mi ss Solmon, Commercial Mrs. E. S. Shockey, English, Mathematics Mrs. W. G. Strickler, English Miss Pauline Webb , History, Science Miss Viola Woodson, History (5) icjr.x .-53 The Wolverine—Salem Hich School HOWE TALLEY “An all-round good fellow, possessing many merits.” Baseball Football ’30; Mono¬ gram ’30; President Senior Class; Student Council ’30. The next best thing ' to being a shining light at school is having a brilliant classmate, and such is our Class President. What a wise choice we made when we elected him to office. He is a good student possessing many friends, joining in all school activities especially ath¬ letics, and is always ready for a lark. We predict a great future for him. MARY VIRGINIA WHITE “To see her is to love her.” Member of Glee Club ’27-’28; Girl ' s Club ’26-’27-’28; Latin Club ’27-28-, Secretary of Flower Club ’28-’29; Historian of Junior Class ’28-’2g; Staff of Wolverine ’2Q-’30; Secre¬ tary of Student Council ’29; Editor- in-Chief of Year-Book ’30; Secre¬ tary of Senior Class. Mary Virginia is the possessor of one of the broadest and best-bal¬ anced minds in our class. We all admire the way in which she tackles a job and preseveres until it is done. She is one of the most pop¬ ular Seniors, being an excellent student and always willing to give classmates a helping hand. Success will surely crown her efforts. Howe Talley . President Mildred Wood . Pice-President Mary Virginia White . . Secretary William Goodwin... 7 reasurer Ed win a Wolfenden . Prophetess Lewis Ballard . ....Artist Isabelle Kesler . Poet Edwin Hayden . Historian Colors: Blue and Gold Flower: Ragged-Robin Motto : Omnia vincit qui se vincit E d i t o rs -in-Ch i ef: Margaret Fry Mary Virginia White B11 sin ess Ma nagers: Edwin Hayden J. C. Watson Associate Editor: Lorn a Shelton (6) Associate Business Manager: Winton Garst The Wolverine—Salem High School MARY ELMER ATKINSON “Give to the world the best that you have, And the best will come bark to you.” Glee Chib ’26-’27; Girl ' s Club ’27-’28; Flower Club ’28-’29. Mary has been with us for the full four years. She is the very essence of good humor and is continually surprising us with her wit. In her more quiet hours she settles down to hard study—and with all that she has some time left for Roanoke College. LEWIS BALLARD “I like to play ring-around-the-rosy.” Local History Club ’28; Debating Club ’29. Lewis has two hobbies: Girls and shows. To attend the latter, he will even stop writ¬ ing his Chemistry papers, which he enjoys very much. Lewis has loads of school spirit. His ambition is to become an architect. We hope that success will be his. KELLEY BARNARD “I admire a man with a head of his own.” Vice-President Commercial Club ’29; Science Club ’27. Kelley is talented and works hard for what he gets. He has made g ' ood grades in high school and we are sure that the future has much in store for him. THOMAS A. BARNARD “Manners make the man.” Biology Club ’28; Orchestra LS-Lg-’jo; Read¬ ing Contest ’30; Literary Society ’30. He has a luxurious marcelle which grows above a brain which thinks straight and deep. Thomas has been a great help in our Orchestra and we hardly know what we would have done without him. ( 7 ) iiiiimitcmiiiiitiiccimimiiiiiitiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiimiii The Wolverine—Salem High School iccvyr3 iiiiiaiiiaiiiiiiaiaiiiiitiiiiiaiiaaaaiaaiaaaaaaiiaaiaaiiiaiiMaiaiaaiiaiaaiaaaaaaaiaaaaiaaaiaaiaaaaaiiaaiaanaaaiaaaaaiaiaaaiiaiaiiiiiaiiaiiiaaaiiaamaajmiiDoiiiin MELVIN LAWRENCE HARNETT “By the work one knows the workman.” Science Club ’28; Vice-President Bird Club ’29. “Puny” is one of our most regular Seniors and while he never seems to worry he can be depended upon. He faces the world with a brave heart and a pair of honest blue eyes. TRESSIE BEHELER “Not too sober, not too gay, A real friend in every way.” Glee Club ’27; Girls ' Club ’27; Dramatic Club ’28; Basket Ball ’27-28; Pep Club ’29; Treas¬ urer Home Economics Club ’30. Here’s to Tressie—the “happy-go-lucky” girl of the Class of ’ 30 . With her sweet, cheerful disposition she has won our hearts. She is a true friend to all who know her. May good luck always be with you, Tressie. BEN BLACK “Good nature and good sense are good companions.” Latin Club ’27-28; Local History Club ’28-’29. Ben is a genius in the art of obtaining good grades without much effort. He has been an outstanding member of our class all of the way through. We know that a suc¬ cessful career is in store for him. HERMAN BOBBITT “ ' Tis well to be witty and wise- ” Baseball ’2g ’ o Debating Club ’29. Herman is the fun of the classroom and of his fellow students. Herman always places the business of being a student before pleasure, and as his reward his report cards show only A’s and IPs. (8) ... Thf. Wolverine—Salem Rich School iiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiii mi jimiiimiiimiliiiiliilllMlliliilllinmimiiiiiiii 11 II 11 III Dili mi III 11 in nil] ill inn ini 11 n 11 ETHEI. BOWER “Laugh and the world laughs with you.” I Ionic Economics Club ’27-2H; Biology Club ’27 Ethel has been ever ready to comfort and help in distress, to rejoice over Rood news and to laugh with the rest. Her sunny hair and merry brown eyes, her happy smile and her great, unselfish spirit will be forever remembered by her legion of friends. VIRGINIA E. BOWER “Slow but sure.” Scrap Book Club ’26; Home Economics Club ’27; Glee Club ’26. Plucky, game, cheerful—those are the words which seem to characterize “Jim.” Even when terrified to the point of frenzy after every test and exam on her best friend, English, she is always ready for fun. Vir¬ ginia enjoys life and what it has to offer. YONCIE BROWN “As merry as the day is long.” Debating Club ’28; Declamation Club ’29. We don ' t know what Yoncie would do if he couldn’t pull his wise cracks. He never seems to worry even when things go dead wrong. Keep it up, Yoncie! LEONARD O. BRUBAKER “Behold the Shiek himself.” Glee Club ’27; Biology Club ’28; Local His¬ tory ’29. Leonard is thoroughly dependable and a most loyal friend. Who knows? His happy carefree way is probably the best after all. (9) i hi iii(i11itnitiuni.... low ' s The Wolverine—Salem High School icoy - iiiiitiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiM 11111111111 in iiiipm i leiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiiiii n i n 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 mi i nun uni in n mini 11 ini inn GORDON BRYANT “Happy am I, from care I’m free.” Science Club ’27-28; Glee Club ’27; Secretary Bird Club ’27. “Monkey” is one of those fellows you just can’t help liking. He has a winning ' smile that manages to get him ’most anything he wants. We’re wishing you success, Monkey. PAUL CALLOWAY “With a heart for any fate.” Vice-President Science Club ’29; Varsity Bas¬ ket Ball ’29- 0. Paul, better known as “Rick,” is liked by everybody. He has proved his worth to “Ole Salem” in many ways. We hope he will continue his work in college and we predict a great future for him. LENA DARNELL “Silence is deep as Eternity.” Glee Club , 2 ' d-2 Commercial Club ’27-’2S; Secretary of Commercial Club ’28. The above maxim must be Lena’s motto, because she certainly practices it. We think it would be better if a few more of us be¬ lieved this, at times. MARGARETTA HESTER DAVIS “Few things arc impossible to diligence.” Glee Club ’27; Commercial Club ’28-29. Margaretta is quiet until the whistle for basketball and we see her then in the middle of every play. In fact, Margaretta succeeds in everything she undertakes. ( 10 ) I IIIIMItllllllllllllll 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 HIM IIII lllllll II HIM Hill I llllll Hill IIIII11 l||||||OIII III 11 MMMI III ||||M|| The Wolverine—Salem Hk;h School IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIlieilllllllllllllllllllllll MU 111111111111111111111111 Mil.Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll JULIUS DARDEN “Our general handy-man.” Vice-President Freshman Class; Glee Club; t reasurer Sophomore Class; Dramatic Club; Vice-President Junior Class; Monogram Club; Editor of 7 he Wolverine. Every class lias its leader. “Dooley” is ours. It seems as though we are going to lose him soon, because he “sho’ly” does like Lynchburg. OPAL BEATRICE DEATON “As modest as the violet in her ways.” Girls’ Club ’ 23 ; Kangaroo Chib ’ 23 -’ 2 Q. Opal is studious and quiet, and spends her time for the bettering of her mental facul¬ ties. When a question is asked you can al¬ ways depend on Opal’s answering it. Her predominating ambition is to become a teacher. Luck to you! PHYLLIS DENIT “Hope for the best and trust to luck for the rest.” Girl ' s Reserve ’27; Flozocr Club ’29; Biologx Club ’28. Phyllis, better known as “Chub,” is the embodiment of mischief. Her g ' ay, ceaseless chatter is always heard above the rest. “Chub” is expecting to make her mark in spite of her troubles in math. Here ' s hop¬ ing! MISSOURI DIVERS “’Tis the quiet people who are happiest and get the most done.” Glee Club ’27; Latin Club ’28; Flozeer Club ’29. Missouri has made excellent grades dur¬ ing her high school days. She is always willing to give help whenever help is needed. We couldn’t get alono- without Missouri. ( 11 ) iimitmiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiitiiiiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii Thk Wolverine—Salem Hk;h School iccx ji ico?$««ii 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 n 111111111 ■ 111 m 11111 a 1111111111111111 • 111111111111111111111 ■ 11 m 1111111111111 g 11 j) n 111111111111H11111111111111 m 1111111111 n 11 FRANCES DILLARD “School spirit and plenty of it. " Member of Girls’ Club ’26-’27-’2 ] Glee Club 26-27 Commercial Club ’27-2 %; Dramatic Club 23 -’ 2 Q. If you want to find plenty of school spirit just find Frances. She always takes a part in all school activities and makes them very “peppy” by her presence. Frances digs, but assimilates what she digs. She will make good. MARIAN M. DILLARD “I know a secret!” Glee Club ’26-’ 27; Girls’ Club ' 26-27. It was unfortunate for us that Mar ' an should spend her Sophomore and Junior years at Peace. In her Senior vear she came back to us and has readily taken her place among us again. Marian’s nature is inclined to be social, rather than academic, but she is by no means a poor student. MARY ELIZABETH DRISCOLL “She is shy, solemn, and sweet.” Member of Latin Club ’28; Flower Club ’29. Mary Elizabeth, although endowed with a gentle voice, is usually silent. It is useless for her to worry about her grades because she always gets wood ones. Her ambition is unknown, but her well-wishing classmates feel assured of her future. MANILLA EARLES “She has a manner that is gentle and refined. " Glee Club ’26; Commercial Club ' 27-2 8. Manilla is truly “gentle and refined.” She spends much of her time thinking of a big Senior who seemingly returns her affections. ( 12) laimiiKmiiiiitiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiin ii mi mi i ii iiiiiiiiiiiium mi 1111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111 mu nun i ■11111111111111111111 min Thk Wolverine—Salem Hk;h Schooi. iiiiiiiiii mm iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii linn tut ii ' iiiin iiimiidiiiiiii ■ mu M iiidimii iniiiiiiiiiiin iiinin mu iiii j ■ ii i iiiiiiiiiin hi i i ii nun iim nimni SYLVIA ELLER “A funny little giggle, a cute little smile, Remind me of Sylvia, all the while.” Glee Club ’25-’27; Girls’ Club ’26-27; Girls’ Basket Ball ' 27; Commercial Club ’27-2 3 . Sylvia is one of our “small Seniors” whom everyone knows by her jokes and laughter. She is another one of our Basket Ball girls who won a letter in ’ 28 . Her future is un¬ certain, but we all wish her the best o’ luck! REGINA HELEN EQUI “Impulsive, eager, prompt to act. And make her generous thought a fact.” Regina does not seem to let life disturb her much; not even Democracy tests excite her. She must see the funny side of a great many things for she is always laughing. Her chief peculiarity is her fondness for Shorthand, although she is often heard to say. “This shorthand is terrible! I can’t read a word of it.” Good luck to you, Regina! MARGARET W. FRY “Sometimes T sit and think Sometimes I just sit.” Glee Club ’26-’27, ’27-’28; Girls’ Club ’26-’27, ’27- 28; Home Economics Club ' 27- ' 28; Flower Club ’28-’2q; Student Council ’2g-’30; Senior Play ’29-’jo; Editor-in-Chief of Year Book ’30. Margaret is never a slacker in any of our Senior activities and is always ready to give them her earnest support. During the four vears that we have known her, we have found her to be a faithful friend and diligent classmate. We do not know Margaret’s future ambition, but we wish her great suc¬ cess in life. HAZEL DARDEN GARRETT “I love her for her smile, her look, her way of speaking gently.” Home Economies Club ' 27-2R; Commercial Club ’28; Glee Club ’26. Hazel’s ambition is to be a nurse. She will need plenty of “patience.” She makes good grades and you should hear her in Mr. Snapp’s English Class. (i3 ) ii i (i ne (i in mi 11 in mini minimum nnnnnmnnnnnnmiiimmnnnmmnmnnnnnmmnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnmmmmmimmm The Wolverine—Salem Hk;h Schooi. ict ? s o 3 i in in ■iiiiiii ii ii ii iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiini i ii iiniiiH i mu ii 11 ii nun 11 ii ii in 11 iiniiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiaiii 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 mu i mi KATHLEEN GARST “Life’s a jest and all things show it I thought it once and now 1 know it.” I Ionic Economics Club ’27-’28-, Science Club ’28; Glee Club ’27. “Skinny” is a good sport who never grouches over her lessons, except when she has an English paper to write up. We wish her the best of luck because she certainly deserves it. MARY JANE GIVENS “Those lovely eyes The windows of the soul.” Glee Club ’27; Latin Club ’28; Secretary Bird Club ’29. One could not know Mary Jane and not like her. She is always ready to help us in our school activities. There is a certain young man in the school wdio thinks her brown eyes are lovely. Watch him, Mary lane! WILLIAM O. GOODWIN “Bill with all of his wit Has made with us a real hit.” Dramatic Club ’28-’29, ’27-’28; Treasurer of Senior Class: Business Manager of “The Wolverine”; Treasurer of Junior Class; Glee Club ’27-28. “Bill” has been one of the outstanding members of our class especially as a busi¬ ness man. He was one of the main props of our paper. We do not know what S. H. S. will do for a business manager after “Bill” graduates. We wonder whose Ford will be the Salem Hi jitney next year? EDWIN V. HAYDEN “Small but mighty.” Public Speaking ’ 27-’28-’2Q-’70 ; Midget Basket Ball ’30; Sport Editor of “The Wolverine ' ’; Literary Society ’29-’3o; Business Manager of “Year Book”; Senior Class Play; Vale¬ dictorian of Class. Edwin is a good debater and he usually wins even over Mr. Snapp. He is an excel¬ lent student and a good sport. We all know that he will be a great author some day. ( 14 ) i ii m 1111 ii 11111111 ' • i»• i • ■ » •• 111 • ••»i ■ • • •• • •• • ■ • • i • • • i • • • • • • • 1 ■ • • • i i • «• • i • e • i •«• • i • 11»1111 it • 111111111111111111 ■ 1111111111111111» icck i iccxr oi Thk Wolverine—Salem High School iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiii CHRISTINE HOWARD “Always happy, never blue, .lust a friend who is always true.” Glee Club ’26-’27; Girl’s Club ’27-’28; Latin Club ’28; Flower Club ’29; Secretary Home Economics Club ’30. “Chris”—always smiling and willing to help. Her winning personality and activity in school work have contributed to her suc¬ cess in Salem High School. MARGARET L. HORNE “A heart ever true and full of fun She talked and laughed and danced and sung.” “Jake” is one of our most popular Seniors. If you want to find her just go where there is a crowd and a piano, and she will be right there. She is going to specialize in music, and we are sure that some day she will even surpass Paderewski. WILLIAM TERRILL HURT “(Jive me time and plenty of it.” Glee Club ’ 27; Latin Club ’28; Secretary Latin Club ’29. Terrill has been with the class from the first grade. He takes life as it comes. Nothing quickens his pace. An E on Eng¬ lish exam wouldn ' t excite Terrill! ISABELLE KESLER “A lovely girl so sweet and fair.” Glee Club ’27; Girls’ Club 3 27 2 8; Pep Club ’29; Latin Club ’28; Literary Society ’30; Captain Basket Ball ’28-29. Beauty and brains go together with Isa¬ belle. She is full of pep and school spirit. She is the kind of a girl who is everyone’s friend. Luck to you! ( IS ) lliilltBlllimiifCilliiiiiiiiiimimiiiniiiiiiiiliiiiiiiliiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiniiiimiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiinMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimmiii The Wolverine—Salem High School iccv jk iniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiuetiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiJsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiMiMiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii KATHERINE TARDY LOGAN “A jolly, capable girl, not found every day.” Girl Reserve ’26-27; Biology ' 27- 28; Flower Club ’28-2Q; Secretary of Junior Class; Staff of “The Wolverine” Dg-’ o. Katherine is our entertainment committee, and she knows her business well. She has a nimble wit which drives away the blues even on a rainy day, and which also exhausts the teacher’s patience when she wants a quiet study period. We always prefer Katherine’s chatter to tiresome books. KELLER MARTIN " If she had any faults she left us in doubt At least in four years we couldn’t find them out.” Biology Club ’26-27-2%; Home Economics Club ’28-’29. Keller is a quiet, unassuming girl, and has been a good student in Salem Hi. Every¬ body knows “Kellv’s” jolly little laugh and she is always the same. We know that whatever she does she will have plenty of success in the future. JOSEPHINE MAXWELL “Lovely brown eyes and a charming smile.” Latin Club ’27-28; Flozoer Club ’28-’2Q; Home Economics Club ’30. “Jo” is as quiet as a mouse and is loved by everybody. She is an excellent student; an addition to any class. We know that one person in our class thinks even more nice things about her than we have space to write. VIRGINIA MOORE “Foolish vanity is unknown to thee.” Basket Ball ’28; Secretary Commercial Club. Virginia has been a very faithful student through her four years of high school. One who knows her personally will find that she is a bright, intelligent girl with a pleasing personality. Virginia has a very optimistic attitude toward life in general. She might be called a moving picture “fan.” ( 16 ) ....... ic=v«33( Thf. Wolverine—Salem Hick School iiiiiMiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiMiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiininini EDITH McGRADY “She is sweet, solemn anti shy.” Glee Club ’26; Literary Society ’27; l : lower Club ’ 23 . Edith lias been an example of modesty and kindness to her more boisterous class¬ mates. She always goes calmly on her wav, determined to accomplish what she under¬ takes and we have neyer known her to fail. We know she will continue to succeed, so— here’s to Edith! DOW NELSON McGRADY “I do know him by his gait.” F. F. A. ' 27-2% ’28-’29, ’29-’30. Dow stands high in all his classes and his knowledge of Math often astounds his struggling classmates. He has proved his ability in Salem High; likewise he will prove it at college and, finally, become a most successful lawyer. JOHN WILLIAM MORGAN “A man of few words, but lofty aspirations.” Agriculture Club ’29. lohn is a quiet person and a hard worker. His greatest ambition is to own and run a big dairy and all of his activities are being directed toward this goal. CHRISTINE TRANCES MOYER “A merry heart, a happy smile!” Girl Reserve ' 2 6; Biology ’27; Flower Club ’29; Home Economics Club ’30. Frances always has a come-back of pleas¬ ant sarcasm that keeps us wondering, “What next?” She has not decided whether she is going to college or not, but we are sure that whatever the task may be, Frances will succeed. ( 1 7 ) c [ rce i n i r 11 r 1111 rc 11111 ■ 11111111 (11111 m ir11ii11m11111111111(1111111111■1111u11111111111111ii■111111111111111111111■1111111 m1111111111111111111■111■11111111111111m The Wolverine—Salem Hioh School iiiiiMiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiMiiMiiiiiiiMimmiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiimmimimiMimiiiiiiiiiiiiimM AURELIA OAKEY “A cheerful life devoid of care; A happy laugh heard everywhere.” “Here she comes, there she goes’’—that’s Aurelia—a synonym for good spirit, pep and vivacity! Aurelia attended Salem Hi while a “rat” and after attending Jefferson High for two years she returned to graduate with her class—the class of ’ 30 . Here’s wishing her the best o ' luck in life and love! ROY B. OBENCHAIN “A little body doth often harbor a great soul.” Glee Club ’26-’27; Science Club ’27- ' 2 ; Local History Club ’28-29. How can we tell what Roy expects to do when he talks so little? But he can’t keep us from seeing his ability—you should see him work a Trig problem that is much longer than he is! RICHARD B. PERSINGER “What is life if not fun? I count a day ill-spent that’s seen no work of mischief done.” Latin Club ’27-’28; Debating Club ’29; Orches¬ tra ’28-’3o; Literary Society ’30; Debating Team ’30; Senior Play ’30. “Dick” is not often seen without a smile on his face. Maybe it is because he has mastered the art of getting good grades without apparent study. Although rather quiet, except when he laughs, he has a habit of making a success of everything he under¬ takes. His besetting sins are tooting the clarinet and playing practical jokes. RACHEL PETERS “Wit and laughter All follow after.” Glee Club ’26-27; Girls’ Club ’26-27; Girls’ Basket Ball ' 26-27; Commercial Club ' 27-2 8; Home Economics ’2Q-’30. Rachel, a dark haired Senior, with plenty of vivacity. She is very fond of athletics; and is also the last one of the six girls who won sweaters in the Girls Basket Ball Team of ’ 27 . May bad luck follow you all the days of your life, but never overtake you. ( 18) .. The Wolverine—Salem High School NORMAN HOYT PLUNKETT “Joke and the world jokes with you- Dramatic Club ’28; Literary Society ’30; Agri¬ cultural Club ’27; Joke Editor of The Wol- erine ' 29-yo. Hoyt is refined and dignified. His ambi¬ tion is to write stories and see the world. We wish you much success in your adven¬ ture. ROBERT V. PRESTON “What’s the use of worrying?” Commercial Club ’ 27-2 8; Local History Club ’29. School spirit and an eye for fun are two of his characteristics. “Lollie” seems to have a fondness for small vacations. He wanders away just anytime for a week or more—forgetting how hard it is to “catch up” again. ELIZABETH R. REAMEY " If she had any faults, she has left us in doubt.” Glee Club ’26-’27; Home Economics Club ’27; Science Club ’28; Bird Club ’29. Nature has blessed Elizabeth with quite an irresistible combination of deep blue eyes and dark brown hair. We predict that the combination will soon prove fatal to some fine young man. “Reamey ’ is an all-round good sport, never too busy to lend a hand, or enjoy a good joke. JOHN HAROLD RETTINGER “A real gentleman, a true friend.” Biology Club ’28; Agriculture Club ’27 2 8, ’29- ’ ; Agriculture Judging Team ’29; Presi¬ dent F. F. V. Club ’30. The “blues” and Harold are never found in the same company. His cheery smile is quite contagious. We all recognize this classmate as one of the most likable and dependable members of our “school family. There goes Harold, on his errand for an¬ other—with his smile. ( 19 ) I ItllllO I IIICIIIK till Mil llllllltllMIIMtllllMIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIUIlieillllllMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMI iccs«35( icc» )i The Wolverine—Salem High School icc« -ra3i 111111 i 11111111 ■ 11 n 11111111111111 m ■ i ■ r ■ i ■ 11111 ■ 111 ■: ii 11 i • m i c ■ i r 111111 ii ■ 111111 ■ 111111111111) p 111 ] 1111111 ■ 1111 M1111 ii 11111111111 ii m 1111111111111II1111 M 1111 ■ 11 11 HAZEL I. RICHARDSON “Let her live a hundred years. We want her on earth.” Glee Club ’26- 27 ; Latin Club ’27 ; Flower Club ’28-’29; Home Economics Club She is all this; and add to this the willing¬ ness to carry out any plan that promises fun. Hazel is not a book-worm, but when she studies it counts. We depend on her clear, sound judgment to help put things over. RUTH E. RICHARDSON “For Nature made her what she is. And never made another.” Girl’s Club ’28; Science Club ’28; Commercial Club ’28-’29; Glee Club ' 27. We see success written after her name “right now.’’ Ruth likes basket ball and all kinds of athletics. Who knows, maybe she will be a director some day. GRACE ROBEY “Unto thy friends you’re always so kind, Lovely and brilliant is thy purest mind.” President of Commercial Club ’29. Grace is a good little pal. She’s always quiet and reserved as all dignified Seniors should be. She does excellent school work and is highly esteemed by her classmates and teachers. PAULINE ROUTH “Make new friends, keep the old. These are silver, these are gold.” Girl ' s Club ’26-27 •, Commercial Club ’27-28 ; Home Economics Club ’29-30. Here’s to Pauline! May she always be as successful in the future as she has been in her school days. She is liked by everyone and will be missed at S. H. S. (20) ....iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii ■11111111111 ... ictr tti The Wolverine—Salem Hich School IIMIIIMMIIMIIIMliilllMIIIIIIMiMIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIillllMIIIKIIIIIIIIliillllllMIIIIIMMIIMIllllllllllllllMIIUIIIIIlllllllllllUlinilllJllllllinni LORNA MARIE SHELTON " All things are possible to diligence and skill.” Glee Club ’27; Shari Story Club ’28; Basket Ball ’28; Baseball ’29; Literary Society ’30; Debating l eant ’30; Staff ’30. Lorna has quite a talent for short-story work. She even em ' oys writing long hard English papers. The class of 1930 expects great things of you, Lorna! STEVEN T. SHELTON “All his faults are such that one loves him still the better for them.” Vice-President Biology Club ’27-28 ; President F. F. V. ' 27-2 3 ; Agriculture Judging Team ’28; Monogram Club ’29-30 ; Football ’28-29. Steve came to us from the country but quickly made himself well known to the whole school by his quietly aggressive per¬ sonality. His good humor and his splendid athletic abilities, which have endeared him to all Salem High, should do as much for him in college next year. H. CLINTON SHOCKEY, JR. “He can win in talk.” Bird Club ’28-’29. Clinton has been with us only two years but in that time we have learned that what¬ ever he undertakes he successfully com¬ pletes. His record is good, especially in math. We are glad it falls to his lot to graduate from Salem Hi. GALEN R. SHOWALTER “A cheery smile leads to tile road of success.” Biology Club ’28; Agriculture Club ’27-28- ’ 29 -’ 30 . A good classmate has been with us since 1926 . “Peter” always has a cheery smile for everyone he meets. That smile will en¬ courage many a struggling farmer when Galen, as the head of the Department of Agriculture in Washington, is helping him to derive some of the profit enjoyed by the “Middle Man.” (2r ) tunic ((lit IIIIC till IIIIMIIIIIt MM III! Mill III! MlillltllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII The Wolverine—Salem Hioh School KtriW 11111111111 ■ 1111111111111111111II11111111 111 l ll ■ 1111II11111 I 11111111 1 1111111 11111111 ■ I ■ 11111111 ■ l ■ 11111111111 |j 111 ] 111 111111| 1111| l ■ 111 j l ■ ■ 1111111111 ■ I 11111 1111 19 IJ1111 GAYNELLESHUMATE " Iler glossy hair was clustered o ' er a brow bright with intelligence.” Commercial Club ’28-’2g; Basket Ball ’28; Baseball ’29; Literary Society ’30. Gay’s work in the commercial department lias been good—and we should not be sur¬ prised to hear of her writing “tardy ex¬ cuses” in some Principal’s office next year. LYDIA BEATRICE SIGMON “A true friend is-Beatie.” Glee Club ’26-27; Girl ' s Club ’26-27; Chairman of Program Committee Commercial Club ’27- 28; Vice-President Home Economics Club ’29-’30. Beatrice, an attractive Senior, is better known to her intimate friends as “Beatie.” She is a good sport and can be depended upon to do her share of the hard work. Her future lies in the Beauty Cultural Profession but if she later finds that she does not like this work she can easily get a position as “home-maker.” My! how she can cook! HAZEL IRIS SMILEY “She is a winsome wee thing.” Glee Club ' 27; Biology Club ’28; Girl’s Club ’27-2 8; Flower Club ’28-29. This dark-haired, blue-eyed maiden is quite a student, though one wouldn ' t suspect it by her happy-go-lucky attitude. She plays while she plays, works while she works and, incidentally, flirts while she flirts. DOROTHY ST. CLAIR “A friend in need is a friend indeed.” Glee Club ’26- 27; Commercial Club ’28-29. Dorothy, unlike most decided brunettes, is very quiet and even demure. She is, like all the St. Clairs, very capable in every line of work. Her future lies in the study of music. We all hope for her success in whatever she may undertake. ( 22) Ill limillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt nil III! IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM mill ■■■dlllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII The Wolverine—Salem Hi ;h School icc w ii ....imimiiiinmim.ilium ii i mu i in i ii mini n i in u m 1111 ALVUS VV. THOMAS •‘No one but himself can be his parallel.” Glee Club ’26- 27 ; Commercial Club ’28. Alvus is taking the commercial course in school and we hope that he will make a success of it as his life work. “Thomas” is liked by everyone and in the years he has been with us has shown real ability. LEWIS THOMAS “I will find a way or make one.” F. F. V. ’28-’29-’30. Lewis knows all about hard work—he takes it as it comes and never complains. The future farmers of Virginia will profit by Lewis’ rich experience gained so early in life. FRED TRULL “Obedience, diligence, courage, These are among the characteristics that make the real man.” Agricultural Club ’2Q-’i,o; Biology Club ’28. Fred often startles us with his remarkable answers, which are usually correct. We are surprised that one head can hold all he knows. He expects to go to V. P. I. next year. RICHARD W. WALROND “The longer I live the more I learn.” Agriculture Club ' 27-2 8-’29 ’30; Biology ’28. Richard’s ambition is to be a farmer. Look at his grades in agriculture! We pre¬ dict that in 1940 not all farmers will be cry¬ ing “hard times.” (23) iccv J3i The Wolverine—Salem Hic.h School aaaiiaiaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaiaaaaaaiiaaaaaaiiiiaaiaiiaiaaaaaaaaaiisaaaaaiaaaaaaiaiaaaiiaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaiaiaiaaaaiaaaaiiiaaiiiaaiaiaaaiiaaiuai JOHN CHAPMAN WATSON “I strive for higher things.” Glee Club ’27; Latin Club ’2y-2 8; Secretary Debating Club ’28-’2g; President Literary Society ’2Q-’30; Debating Team ’30; Business Manager of Orchestra; Year Book Staff ’30; Senior Play ’30. Gay, versatile, Jack, with his characteristic “grin.” To this happy and ever enthusiastic fellow, all of us owe many enjoyable hours of school life. Under his dashing, careless nature, lies a firm competency that is seldom baffled. CLARENCE WERTZ “Why worry with the puzzles of life?” Biology Club ’27; Science Club ’2(8. Clarence is rather slow but he always manages to come through somehow in the end. You can always depend upon him for things you want done. Luck to you Clar¬ ence ! LEWIS WERTZ “His worth is never denied.” Debating Chtb ’28; Glee Club ’26. Lewis is one of those persons who is always willing to do his part, no matter what comes up. He is very original. In “Trig” he never works the problems like the others but he always come out right in the end. THOMAS F. WEST, JR. " lie performed all kinds of service with a noble ease that graced the lowliest act in doing it.” Latin Club ’28; Football ’28-’29-’30; Monogram Club ’30; Baseball ’2Q-’30; Dramatic Club ’29; Literary Society ’30; Debating ’30; Senior Play ’30. Tom is the Class of ' 30 ’s synonym for ver¬ satility. Whether it be in scholarship, foot¬ ball, baseball, or debating, Tom is sure to be found among the best. (24) ( I I I I I C I r I I t I I I II l ■ I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I■iI«I I I I I■«I I I■■»HI II I I I I I I I II I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I «l I I I.I I I I I I I I I I I I IIIIII I II I II ■ I I I II ■ I I I M I I I I I I ■ I I I ■ I II I ■ ■ I I I ■ I ■ II MI I The Wolverine—Salem High School iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiimm HELEN WILLIAMS “With a jest on her tongue and a smile on her lips. She’s bubbling with fun to her finger tips.” Basket Ball ’26-’27; Latin Club ’27; Flower Club ’28. “Red” is always looking’ on the bright side. She spreads sunshine as she goes, and is welcomed everywhere. MARY EDWINA WOLFENDEN “Better late than never.” Glee Club ’26-’27; Girl’s Club ’26-’ 27- ' 28; Biology Club ’2 -’2Q] Chairman Program Committee Flower Club’2 9; Assistant Editor “ The Wolverine.” Everyone knows “Wenna” as a dandy sport and a sincere friend. She is a typical “Senior” with lots of school spirit. After leaving S. H. S. she is going to be someone ' s secretary. Lucky man! MILDRED MAC DONALD WOOD “A lovely lady, garmented in light from her own beauty.” Treasurer of Pep Club ’2%-’2Q ; Literary Society ’29- 30; Vice-President Senior Class; Senior Play ’30. Mildred has been with us only two years and has won a place in the heart of each classmate with her striking - personality. Though the number of pretty girls in the class is not small, Mildred can certainly be counted among the first. LUCILLE WOODY " The only way to have a friend is to he one.” Glee Club ’27; Girl’s Club ’28; Basket Ball ’28; Latin Club’ 23 ; Home Economics Club ’29-’ 30. Lucille is a friend to all and is well liked in Salem Hi. She has been with us all through lvgh school and although she talks incessantly and keeps her teachers busy she’ll make a wonderful “Tillie” for some wealthy employer. Here’s to you, Lucille! ( 25 ) — . i ■ 111111 ( ■ • 1 111■ . .. min imiMiiiin in mi The Wolverine—Salem High School ..lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHHIIIIlllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllJlimilllllllllllllllllllllllllll1lllllII FRANK L. YARBROUGH “IJp! Up! my friend and quit your books.’’ Biology Club ’2$; Vice-President Local History Club ’29. Frank is a willing’ worker and we know that the future awaits him with a great career. While he has not been a “shining light” in school he has always had the “sticking” qualities that have brought him through. Margaret rars ©rtob r 19, 1925 (26 ) ..1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111II1111111111111MII1111111111111 The Wolverine—Salem High School lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll•llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll•lllllllllllllllll)llllll■lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll]|l Katherine Logan tE, THE Senior Class of 1930, of Salem High School, Salem, ■ ■ Virginia, on this, the ninth day of May, do make our last Will Jr y and Testament. In bequeathing our treasured possessions, we hope the heirs will not consider the responsibility greater than the benefits conferred. We especially stipulate that this Will must not be contested. All persons attempting to do so must forfeit their bequests. Item I.—To Mr. House: Our most hearty thanks for the kind assist¬ ance he has shown us and the high ideals he has set before us during our Senior Year. Item II.— ' To Mrs. James: Automatic lights to keep the traffic from being so congested in the halls. Item III.—To Miss Webb: A club to assist her in strict division of classes when group pictures are taken. Also our deepest appreciation for her wonderful help in our Year Book. Item IV.—Miss McConkey: A scarecrow to ward oft thieves from our tulip bed. Also our deep appreciation for her interest in our Senior Class. Item V.—To Mr. Denton : An intelligent French Class for next year. Item VI.—To Miss Solmon : A book of instructions from which to learn the art of operating a certain local sedan. Item VII.—To Miss Woodson: A year’s subscription to “The Lit¬ erary Digest " whereby she may keep in touch with current events. Item VIII. lo Miss Corbitt: A device by which she may secure solemn stillness as she sounds the depths of European history. Item IX.— lo Miss Darden: We will her complete control over all Rice manufacturing companies. Item X.—To Miss Harveycutter: A brace for keeping her head high in the air while trailing the halls. Item XI.—To Mr. Snapp: A set of law books to assist in philosoph¬ ical arguments. Thanks for his strenuous effort in preparing us for college. (28) ....Ill ■11111111(1111111111111 III. The Wolverine—Salem Hic.h School III III IIIIII.. 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11| || Item XII.—To Miss Slusser: Our hope that in the near future she may obtain a well-equipped laboratory. Item XIII.-—To Miss Fulton: Our regrets’that we have not had the privilege of being longer under her leadership. Item XIV.—To Mrs. Pedigo: A book of quotations to make all pupils more familiar with the classics. Item XV.—To Mr. Farley: A family of little “bluebirds” so he can enlarge his faculty transportation for next winter. Item XVI.—To Mr. Bruce: Our grateful appreciation for the inspi¬ ration received in his class room. Item XVII.—To Mr. Burke: Our hope that his “farmers” may be¬ come rich with the knowledge of the soil. In addition thanks for his kind assistance in our Year Book. Item XVIII.—To Mrs. Strickler: Our regrets that we have had no classes under her. Item XIX.—To the Juniors: Our many privileges, arduous tasks and our right to toil in Senior English. Item XX.—To the Sophomores: Our hope that they will forget their childish ways and assume the dignity rightly belonging to Juniors. Item XXI.—To the Freshmen: Best wishes—greatly needed after a hectic year. Item XXII.—To the Faculty: The hope that they can exist without the dignified help of the class of 1930. Item XXIII.—To the Literary Society: Our thanks for the high honor brought to Salem Hi through their hard work. Item XXIV.—To the Athletic Association: Our regret for not hav¬ ing a purse of gold to throw at their feet. Item XXV.—To the School Board: The privilege of building a new high school after we have departed our school life. Witnessed in the presence of testators and of each other. (Signed) THE SENIOR CLASS EnWINA WOLFENDEN Julius Darden Phyllis Denit. ( 29 ) .. Tn 1-: Wolverine—Salem Hk;h School iccv-zr 3 lllllllllllllllllllll|||||||||||||•l||||||||■ll|||||||||||||||||||M||||||||||||||||■||||||||||lllllllllllllllllllllllllll■lllllllllll■lllllllll■l■l■lltllll | ll |, 11111,11 CLASS HISTORY Edwin Hayden first record as a class was one of remarkable good fortune in being t Jable to stay together throughout the years. It seemed that the rod which I M strikes and scatters classes each year at promotion time fell less heavily ' — on our class than on most. The roll of our class today embodies most of those who entered the second grade under Miss Grace Moyer in September of 1920 . Incidentally, we can almost claim Miss Moyer as our own, since she also taught us in the fourth and fifth grades. Continuing on up the ladder of the grades our class made and held a not unenviable record for scholarship, and with this background it entered high school where the history of a large part of the class begins. We would not forget, however, one member of the original class who went up from our midst while we were in the seventh grade. So let us pause for a moment to pay loving tribute to the memory of Margaret Sears. We entered high school, 183 strong, and enjoyed the usual initiation into its mysteries. We were taught the high arts of rooting pencils, proposing, taking a bucking , dancing, and singing at the sophomores’ pleasure. This all blew over before the mid-year exams, though, and after that we could feel that we really belonged, even if we did still feel a bit awe-struck at the sigbt of a real, live senior. By the next fall our number had dwindled to 107 , but this only served to in¬ crease the individual sense of importance. Because of the kindness of our hearts, though the freshmen were particularly fresh, they got off with remarkably little initiation. During this second year the class as a whole made scholarship records that are by far the best in its history. Clubs were organized, and we joined them. We lost much of our awe for seniors, feeling that we ourselves should be revered as upper-classmen. When we entered the third year the inevitable knife had pared our number down to 88. This was one of the least momentous years of our history, until late in the spring, when we began to take a part in commencement-time exercises and felt that we were at last being initiated into the mysteries and grandeurs of seniorship. We had regained all our old respect for those fourth year students, seeing what they had come through to gain their present height, for we found that being a real upper-classman entailed hard work and responsibility. Eighty of us seniors came to Salem High last fall. We were really quite dis¬ appointed that we didn’t feel entirely different. We also found another cherished dream shattered. We discovered that we were to occupy, not the front rooms in the building, but those which had housed us in the sixth grade. Still we had the real senior home room teachers, so we didn’t mind it so much after all. Soon studies and the inevitable round of senior activities so engulfed us that we didn’t have time to think about rooms. When at last we found ourselves studying “Hamlet " with Mr. Snapp, we knew we were real seniors. Then came spring activities, and that splendid reception the juniors gave us—now graduation—but much of our history is yet to be written. Let us hope that the future will be as bright as the past. ( 30 ) On a bright and happy day, I he bark of “Thirty” sailed away. The sails of gold and blue were spun, 7 hat shone and glittered in the sun. And toward the ever-nearing shore, Her load of high-browed Seniors bore. ' They’ll conquer self, they’ll conquer all, And with light hearts azvait Life’s call, And at her bidding some will land, On cold, stern rocks, or hostile sand. Some Life’s more lenient moments find And to them, the zeorld seems kind. n u (Vic) One by one, zue sever dear tics, Our chain of friendship, broken, lies. But we’ll remember the days gone by, The happy days at Salem High The days spent there, within thy walls The dearest of all, in Memory’s halls. —Isabel Kesler. ii iiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiminiii linn iiiiiiiiiiniiMimi 1111111111111111 m ii min i m, || | . . ...... The WOLVERINE—SALEM HIGH SCHOOL . ... " " Mill.ill...mi " ■ " " " " ■ii ii ii .min.,,,,,,.mum,,, i, | mu JUNIORS Motto: Through Difficulties to the Stars Flower: II kite Rose Colors: Green and White President .John Webber Vice-President . Livingston Hansbrough Secretary ... Edna Treasurer .... r . Webster .Charles Kidd Albert. Katherine Atkinson, Nina Ballard, Edward Boxley, Charlie Bower, Mildred Brinkley, Jean Breithaupt, Harry Brown, Hobert Carroll, Clarence Carson, Frances Carson, Lois Cecil, Dorothy Cheatham, Lois Cook, Margaret Copenhaver, Ella Mae Denit, Wilma Dillon, Helen Dillon A Ruth Doyle, Marvin Eller, Raymond Elliot, Margaret Ferris, Beulah Fisher, Annette Fisher, Lawrence Francis, Ran Garden, Marion Garland, Carl Garst, Robert Garst, Winton Givens, Irvin Goodknight, Juanita Gresham, Russell Hansbrough, L. Hardwick, Bruce Hardwick, June Harris, Rosa Hash, Shirley Helm, Thelma Hilton, Margaret Hopkins, Edith Howell, Mildred Huffman, H. Humphrey, Lottie Hurt, Mary Sue Jennings, Robert Kelly, George Kinzie, Mary Kidd, Charles Lavender, Celia Leavell, Nena Lewis, Randolph Light, Jack Light, Moore Loop, Goldie Martin, Harriet McCluer, Robert McDaniel, Ruth McGhee, Grace McGhee, Lester McGrady, Hester Meadows, Frances Mondie, Lucy Mondie, Susie Miller, George Miller, Elizabeth Miller, Hugh Moran, Marion Morris, Berfiard Mowles, Helen Myers, Rappe Oakey, Charlotte Peery, Robert Persons, Heywood Pillis, Elmer Pillis, John Preston, Phoebus Price, Don Puckett, Claudine Rees, Beatrice Reynolds, Charlotte Reed, Victor Robertson, Clark Saul, Mary Louise Shepherd, Thelma Shelton, James Shields, Alfreda Sowers, Elizabeth Stoutamire, Margaret Thomas, Opal Thomas, Willie Mae Thorpe, Lucille Towe, Irvin Tysor, Dorothy Walrond, Elizabeth Webber, John Webster, Edna Wells, Sarah Wiggington, Ruth Williams, Malcolm Williams, Gillie Wood, Marcus ( 33 ) - f xv mBamm UUTT llllllimilllMIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIMIIMIIMIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIimilllllllMIIMIIIllllllllllli The Wolverine—Salem Hioh School SOPHOMORES Motto: Upward and Onward Flower: Forsythia Colors: Orchid and Green President . Starr Webber, Jr. Vice-President . H. Preston Price Secretary . Mildred Riley 7 rcasurer ... .Nellie Webber Akers, Emily Arthur, Florence Bailey, Irene Bain, Mildred Barnett, Paul Bays, Mary Blackard, Douglas Board, Evelyn Bower, Flelen Bowman, William Brewer, Ruth Brown, Gordon Brubaker, Arthur Bruce, Garland Burke, Ellen Burke, Richard Carson, Lillian Compton, Theodore Conner, Ethel Conner, Evelyn Conner, Pauline Conner, Tice Conner, Willie Cook, Mildred Cowan, Cordelia Craig, George Craige, Paul Crawley, Richard Crawford, Vera Crockett, Lucille Cross, Mildred Crosswhite, Jack Davis. Mary Danner, Frances Dean, Ray Deaton, Ruby Deel, Bessie Deyerle, Kathryn Divers, Oliver Driscoll, Robert Dulaney, Carl Edwards, Edna Elliot, Bessie Epperly, Glada Ferguson, Ammon Fergusom Louise Fischer, Robert Fitzgerald, Shirlene Fleshman, Carter Francisco, Frank Gale, Margaret Garrison, Elwood Garrett, Walter Garst, Emory Garst, George Garst, Margaret Goad, Maggie Gordon, Helen Hambrick, Roy Harshbarger, CF ' de Hartman, De Witt Hayden. Wesley Hilton, William Horton, Edna Hudson, Rronsy Huffman. Beulah James, Frances Toyner. Linelle Tones, Woodrow Kinzic. Cline Lam, Mildred Linkous, Irene Leonard. Myrtle Lverlv, Blanche Maury, Ashbury Maxwell, Mary Jane McCluer, Collette McDaniel, Ruth Miller, Earl Miller, Richard Moore, Waller Myers, Laura Nash, Lillian Painter, Leo Parrish, Curtis Plunkett, North Plunkett, Price Poff, Layne Price. Howard TT. Price, Howard P. Price, Stafford Ribble, Virginia Richardson, Dennis Richardson, Luck Rhodes, Verna Riley, Mildred Robertson, Greer Sample, James Sears, Harvey Sears, Katie Shoffner, Margaret Shank, Edward Shelton. Beulah Sites, Mary Agnes Slough, William Smiley, Nancy Smith, Virginia Snellings, William Sowder, Eugene Sowder, Gray Staton, Mamie St. Clair, Nellie Stevenson, Elizabeth Stump, Helen Thomas, Edith Thomas, Herbert Thomas, Raymond Thompson, Ruth Trull, Andrew Via, Tames Viohi, Arthur Walters, Elinor Webber, Barker Webber, Starr, Jr. Webber, Nellie Wiley, Blair Williams, Dorothy Willis, Robert Wilkes, Nancy Wood, Garrison Wood, Helen Woodson. Aurich Woody, Estelle Worley, Emma Worley, Mildred Yates, Edgar Zuehlke, Margaret ( 35 ) The Wolverine—Salem High School miiii in inn hi imiii . nnnnnnnnninnnni FRESH MEN Motto: Let Us Be Seen By Our Deeds Colors: Maroon and Gold Flower: White Rose President .Ernest Robertson Vice-President .Curtis Webber Treasurer .. Nancy James Secretary .J. P. Saul, Jr. Agner, Ellen Agner, James Agner, Webster Altic, Ruth Arnett, Dorothy Arnold, Almedia Austin, Jack Bailey, Mildred Barnard, John Barnett, Robert Barricks, Lawrence Basham, Lucille Beamer, Elwood Beamer, Roy Bishop, Louise Black, Elsie Black, Mildred Bowles, Reginald Bowman, Bruce Bowman, McClain Bowman, Robert Bradley, Hazel Brand, Betty Branum, Harry Bridgeman, Jessie Brookman, Horace Brown, Alice Bryant, Bessie Butts, Ozella Byrd, Robert Caldwell. Pauline Carper, Harold Carr, Alma Carter, Hugh Cecil, Beatrice Cecil, Ella Mae Cecil, Louise Cecil, Margaret Cecil, Russell Cheatham, John Cheek, Copas Coleman, Berkeley Collins, Olive Conner, Mildred Cornwell, Jerome Crafton, Connie Crockett, Lewis Crockett, Ruth Cromer, Charles Cronk, Russell Crosswhite, Willard Crowder, Waltei Custer, Eva Dawson, Lewis Dent, Lucy Divers, Mary Ella Dooms, Lillian Doughman, James Draper, Beatrice Duffy, Chapman Duffy, Mamie Duffy, Virginia Dunahoo, Alvin Dutton, Betty Dyer, Marion Eads, George Eller, Paul Embree, Jean Engle, Luther Fagg, Lawrence Fisher, Aubrey Fleming, Helen Foster, Eglenna Foutz, Claudine Foutz, Pauline Fuqua, Fred Garland, Alice Garland, Lillian Garrett, Eldridge Garst, Dorothy Garst, Frances Garst, Thelma Gearhart, Wilbur Givens, Stewart Goode, George Goodwin, Annie Gresham, Carlton Hall, Elmina Hansbrough, Marion Hardwick, Shannon Hedrick Carroll Hedrick, Susie J essie Reynolds Keesling, Keister, Kellv, Loomis Kinzie, Vannis Lackey, Christopher Lambert, Jack Leonard, Alex Little, Sallie Loop, Luther Martin, Betty Martin, Dewey Martin, Furman Martin, Jack Reynolds, Edith Richardson, Hazel Robertson, Ernest Robertson, Frances Saul, Curtis Saul, John P., Jr. Scruggs, Sammie Shaver, Grace Shepherd, Howard Shepherd, Lena Shields, Frances Shockley, Lida Smith, Carl Martin.MaryElizabethSnellings, Virginia Martin, MaryMaulsby South, Elizabeth Martin, Robert Mann, Page Manning, Ruby Mayo, James Maxwell, Emma H. Miller, Thomas Moore, Elsie Moran, Carl Moran, Frances Moran, Lena Morgan, Billie Morgan, Robert Motley, Aubrey Mowles, Edna Mowles, Frank Mowles, Robert Mowles, Thelma Muddiman, Harold Murphy, Laura Musselman, Grace McGrady, Virginia Naff, Herman -- , ■— — -- , - Henderson, Elizabeth Norton, Margaret Hitt, David Hockman, Margaret Hood, Elmore Hood, Horace Horne, B. C. House, William Howard, Lillian Howell, Otey Hurt, Katherine Oakey, Jack Odor, Robert Overstreet, Milton Pace, India Parish, Charles Philpott. Beulah Philpott, Russell Pierpont, Nellie Pillis. Ben Hutson, Frank Lewis Pillis, Woodrow ames, Dorothy James, Nancy Jefferson, Mary Jennings, Dorothy Johnston, Lee Johnston, Robert Johnston, Rome S. Poff, Hilda Price, Beatrice Price, R. M. Prince, Vivian Ragland, Junior Ramsey, Gordon Reed, Claude ( 37 ) Sow 7 der, Lynwood Stoutamire, Paschal St. Clair, Otho Stultz, Brice Stump, Frances Sutphin, Basil Taylor, Eunice Taliaferro. Oscar Thomas, Lewis Thomas, Blanche Thomas, Ruby Thomas, Ruth Towe, Wesley Towler, Margaret Trower, Garland Turner, Emerson Tyler, Lowrie Voci, Joe Voci, Lucille Wagner, Hazel Walker, Edward Walker, Ruth Weaver, Hester Webber, Curtis Webster, Laura Wells, Dorothy Wertz, Dillard Wertz, Elizabeth Wertz, Herman West, Alice Wetzel, Helen White, Murry Williams, Frank Williams, Pauline Wood, Hurst Woodward, Harold Worley, Ruth Young, Lolene Young, Leonard York, Beverly Zimmerman, Edward Zirkle, Edward ANDREW LEWIS MIDDLE SCHOOL Salem, Virginia ... ..mi i am ii iiiiiii 111 ii ........... . ...... Tiik Wolverine—Salkm Hich School .. 1111111 ] 11111 ] 1111 9 111111 LITERARY SOCIETY “Speaking maketh a ready man.” — Bacon. OFFICERS President .Jack W atson Vice-President .Harry Breithaupt Secretary .Mary Agnes Sites Critic .Nena Leavell MEMBERS Bain, Mildred Ballard, Edward Barnard, John William Barnard, Thomas Bowman, McClain Breithaupt, Harry Embree, Jean Garst, Dorothy Hayden, Edwin Hayden, Wesley Hood, Horace House, William James, Nancy Kelly, George Kesler, Isabel Leavell, Nena Martin, Mary E. Persinger, Richard Plunkett, Hoyt Rhodes, Verna Saul, J. P., Jr. Shelton, Lorna Shelton, Steve Sin iwalter, Junior Sites, Mary A. Thrailkill, Joseph ini Walters, Elinor Watson, Jack West, Alice West, Thomas Wetzel, Helen Wood, Marcus Wood, Mildred Woodward, Harold Jack Watson DEBATING TEAM Edwin Hayden Thomas West Lorna Shelton Verna Rhodes Richard Persinger READERS Alice West Thomas Barnard Public Speaker .Harry Breithaupt D e cl a ime r .Ge rge I ell y Speller . .Mildred Bain FACULTY SPONSORS Mrs. Stricker Miss Webb Miss Slusser ( 39) ......... in mi mu.... The Wolverine—Salem Hk;h School inninninninninninninninninninninninninninninninninninninninniniinniinninninniinninninninninninniniininii At AREA RET HoRNK Pianist Mary Louise Saui Violin Thomas Barnard John Peter Saui. Saxophone Violin Richard Persinger... Clarinet William Snellings Bernard Morris. Saxophone Banjo Charles Kidd Traps J. C. Watson Manager Miss Nancy Denit, Director and Faculty Adviser •IKIIIIIIIIIIIlKlllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllBIIIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIigBllligilllligillllllllllll Thf. Wolverine—Salem Hk;h School ic®v kwji icmm ..... am ■■•J 11 9 I MWmM 2 i jjBa8 , i 1 STUDENT COUNCIL Julius Darpf.n Howe Talley .S ' en ior Rcpresentntiz ' es Margaret Fry Mary Virginia White Junior Representatives Ran Francis Livingston HaNsbrough Sophomore Representatives Greer Robertson Blair Wiley Freshman Representative —Ernest Robertson Faculty Advisers — Mrs. E. C. James Mr. D. E. Denton I I (11 ■ 11 I 111111 ■ I 1111IIII.. ic 2»csrii The Wolverine—Sai.em High School iccx-roii IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII D. E. Denton, Athletic Director Football Coach FOOTBALL, SEASON ' 29 Ends — Tom West ■‘ " •Jack Crosswhite 1 fowl ' . Tally Tackles — Douglas Price, Captain Elect Steve Shelton H. P. Price Guards — Starr Webber Paul Keith Centers — H. H. Price Julius Darden Half Hacks— Aurich Woodson Clarke Robertson Harry Crosswhite Benny Stump Tailbacks— Quarterbacks— Ralph Whitmore John Webber Clarence Tarpley Kan Francis PROMISING MATERIAL Gordon Brown L. McGhee L. Fisher l’. Francisco R. Stevenson Loop Maury ( ) Returning next year. ( 43 ) ...... . IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIHi aaaaaaaa k 7 »? 0 The Wolverine—Salem High School ic 7 - ....... BASE BALL, SEASON ’30 I ii fielders — Leonard Early Howe Tally John Webber Chester Snyder Lenis McGhee Herman Bobbitt Marcus Wood Outfielders — Paul Calaway Howard Price Lester McGhee Russel Gresham Frank Mowles Pitchers — Harry Crosswhite Elwood Garrison Asbury Maury Managers — Bruce Hardwick Luther Loop Catchers — J. Crosswhite Tom West Having practically the same line-up for 1930 that won the Class A Champion¬ ship in 1929 , Salem High stands an excellent chance of repeating last year’s success on the diamond. The Crosswhite brothers constitute a formidable battery and are ably supported by clean fielding and timely hitting infield and outfield. Outstanding victories to date include Lynchburg High, V irginia Episcopal, Wytheville, and Randolph-Macon Academy. Salem defeated Danville 12 to 2 on May 24 , and won Western championship in Class A. The game with Woodrow Wilson at Portsmouth is pending, the result of which will decide the winner of State Championship. ( 45 ) 1 1 III III I 11111 1111 111 11111 I II 111 I I)I•I I I■II11 IIIII 111 I 11 11 1)I 111 ) I I ! 11 I ■ I 1 I 1 11 , | CHICKS | ! in Season Salem Hatchery | E 930 South Colorado Street jj E Phone 35 Salem, Va. E i ii (111111 it 111111 mi 111111111111 c 11111111 c 11 ■■ 1111111111 ■ 111111111 ■ 111«i ■ i ■ r. a u 111 ■ II 1111 ! 11111111 • 111 • 11 n • 11111 ii • • • 11111 n 111111 • i ■ 11 M 1111111111111111 j B. FORMAN j SONS Correct Dress for w o men Roanoke, Virginia .«1111 ■ 11111111111 ■ 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 i 111111 m it i»11: | O. G. LEWIS A I ! COMPANY ! FORD DEALERS E SALEM, VIRGINIA j E Phone 93 E ' iiiiiilililiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiMiiik [ MEMOSCRIPT I SHORTHAND e Is Better i No Other System Like It Hundreds of our graduates are E employed in Roanoke and vicin- E ity, and doing excellent work. Summer Term Begins June 2nd Regular Shorthand Course in¬ cludes: Shorthand, Typewriting, English, Spelling and Bookkeep¬ ing. Monthly tuition rate, $15; but $100 in advance pays for scholarship, good for six to nine months’ time. Special 12 weeks’ summer course, $50. Cook Shorthand College “The Virginia Secretarial School” Roanoke, Virginia ■ a tfiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii •..iiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii«iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii iiniii |, i iiiiiiii , i , ii , ii ,, iiii , iii , ii ii , iii , i ,, ,M i , i , » Ml 11111 111 • 1 111 1 II1 111 M H II11 1 • 11111 II 1111111111 II 1111111 II 11 II1 1111111111 1 11111111 11 1 1 111 1 1111 1 11 11111 1 11 11 • 11 111111 I M 1 11 111II 1 111 II1 1 11 11 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1II 11 1 1 1 III I 1 ' CLEAN RITE CLEANING COMPANY T. H. 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