Anniston High School - Hour Glass Yearbook (Anniston, AL)
- Class of 1937
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STUDENTS OF ANNISTON HIGH SCHOOL
P Copyright 1937
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From the tip of the mas-
cot's nose to the lock on
the gate of the Al-I.S.
Zoo, we have attempted
to portray with a candid
camera, and an even
more candid pen, the
life ofA.H.S. in '36-'37.
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To our mascot, the A.I'I.S. Bulldog,
recognizing his loyal services and untiring
efforts in encouraging our teams to achieve
victory after victory, we, of the Hour Glass
Staff, dedicate this, the 1937 edition of the
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FACULTY ON PAGE 6
Mr. Myer-Some think that he is the chief character in the spider and the fly, but we know
that he's a swell fellow.
Mr, Nash!-The iron hand with the velvet gloveg sometimes he takes the glove off. We asso-
ciate him with 312.
Miss Smith-Her motto: The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. She wields a
Mrs. Huger-You've heard the saying "Sit on a cushion and sew a fine seamf' Well, in Mrs.
Huger's room there are no cushions.
Mrs. Austin'-She teaches our sweet demurc lassies to be "hard woikin goilsf'
Miss Liston-Our blushing schcol marm-Seated on her desk, with her pickle jar at her side, she
teaches five-syllable words along with French and English.
Miss Ordway-With her sweet decorous ways is always on the lookout for Hi-Echo news.
Miss Richardson-The most absorbed conversationalists are blasted into silence by the dynamic
personality of our librarian.
Miss Stewart-Miracle worker with chemicals, is our chief claim to genius.
Mrs. Reynolds-Our Yankee history teacher and Socialist has greatest difficulties for enjoymentl
while teaching about the Civil War and during elections.
Miss Malone-Sometimes called cat-killer, is our clever biological vivisectionist.
Mr. Neely-Our versatile teacher. Besides teaching geometry, speech, trig, he plays the violin
and the piano. Also, he acts and produces plays. Still, we've never heard him sing.
Mrs. White-Maybe the idea of armchairs and ottomans hasnlt occured to her, but we're looking
for them next year to add to our comfort in her room.
Miss Weaver-A brilliant scientific mind for biology. She is also a bridge player of high rank.
Miss Cater-Cute, blonde, and little-but size is no drawback when it comes to coaxing beautiful
music from both the Glee Clubs. A
Mr. Newman-The boys in Mr. Newman's industrial art classes respond hastily when he says,
"Come here. Come 'ere, now!"
Coach Lott-"Chink" is a proud papa as well as a wonderful coach. His grand personality makes
him an A. H. S. favorite.
FACULTY ON PAGE 7
Miss Williams-She sometimes needs a baton to keep in unison the rhythmic beat of chewing gum
Miss Barnes-"Teacher" teaches our girls to be expert athletes, in fact, almost female Samsons.
Miss Shelton-She is called "Doc" for her art of bandaging girls wounded in sports. As a side
line she teaches history.
Miss Ingram--This English teacher hoids the dipper in the Pierian Club whose members "drink
deepl' from the Pierian Springs.
Mrs. Hudson-Next to Stuart Erwin we rank this math teacher first as a human adding machine.
Miss Houser-We like to look at this tiny teacher as well as listen to her lectures on Woolley.
Mr. Jackson--Our pride and joy band director teaches our high school windbags how to get it off
Miss Peterson-Believe it or not, this soft-hearted teacher is hard to beat in math.
Mr. Couch-Our physics teacher. He's got all the answers-in a little answer book. He is tops
as an assistant football coach. .
Mr. Self-Although "Skipper's'y main interest is in Industrial Arts, he also sponsors the art of
linoleum cutting. His intriguing dry wit has endeared him to all Hi-scholars.
Mrs. Gibson-Like Caesar, whom she so ardently advocates, she came, she saw, and she is still
conquering A. H. S.
Mrs. Banks-As a math teacher, we figure that she adds up to an indispensable total.
Mrs. Brurnmel-A loyal Hour-Glass fan. She collects them. Mudestly, she wouldn't pose for
her picture, so this informal Nsnapi' was the best we could do.
Miss Pinson-She heard the call of the Parnassian Hills and the result was the flourishing baby
Mrs. Moorefield-This meek but persistent teacher was not with us the first semester, but we feel
that A. H. S. has benefited by her valuable addition.
Mrs. Warnmk-She mitigates your mathematical problems and also teaches the fundamental prin-
ciples of science.
Mrs, Horn-Her Virginia accent lends atmosphere to her intensely interesting and unbiased dis-
cussions of the Civil War.
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NISTON HIGH SCI-IGOI.
JOE KING ALEX SAWYER MARTHA H. CLEVELAND DOT DAVIS
President Vive-Presidenl Sefrelary Tffdfufff
S E N I O R C L A S S
' FRANCES ALDRICH
A fun-loving gal from way
Jack-sunny as they make
Sings to you with her voice
and her eyes,
Shy, retiring, and a magi-
Brilliant in everything, An
A dignified senior and
"stoogie"-what does that
A true Southern gentleman
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:Red Black-I-le should
have that school spirit, Star
reporter and a dependable
Have you heard her latest?
If not youll Find it in the
exchange column of the Hi-
Echo. uiet humor d -
scribes her best,
Shorthand speed queen-
She's going some if she can
write as fast as she talks,
"Thinker-upper" of all these
cracks but we like her just
Of all the girls that are so
smart, there's none like
Bright blue eyes and a con-
tagious laugh are his.
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sense of humor wed all
ike to have. Has she told
you about her dog Napo-
Hope you didn t miss him in
our pl1y 'Growing Pains.
The perfect attitude-de-
pendable and earnest.
A reading machine, always
wound up and always going.
Revenge is sweet! Which
means she's responsible for
those faculty gags.
EUGENiA CADE BUTLER
Her dancing ability is only
surpassed by her pleasing
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A real worker with a sweet
No bigger than a minuteg a
swell sense of humor.
Plays the trumpet in the
band. That must be the
noise we hear.
Any girl would envy her
dimples and her winning
Tlxere's many a brain under
that strawberry top!
vitty woman is a treas-
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ur book critic-and nc!
l'Gone With the Wind',
MARTHA H. CLEVELAND
"Ye editor" of our own Hi-
Echo is ready to go places
and do things.
Our most sophisticated sen-
ior, bet she didn't feel very
sophisticated het first riding
Swish-Another goal. A
brainy basketball player with
eyes in the back of his
She's got everything-style,
smile, class and clothes.
Am' WELL DURDEN
The teachers will miss being
able to look down and see
one person studying second
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He is the very pineapple of
I A A Jo FRAZIER
She's got that true Southern
spirit. Her friendliness can't
MARGARET CECIL GAINES
One of our school beauties
-but the phrase "beautiful
but dumb" wasn't macle for
Another successful petticoat
president. Have you ever
seen her blush?
"Better late than never," she
"Another Robert Taylor"
votes the student body.
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"Still waters run deep U
Quiet as a mouse, with a
most becoming blush and
lots of sense
The expression "peaches a
cream" was just made for
One of our drum majors.
A popular soda-jerlcer is a
swell advertisement for any
"Well-timed silence hath
more eloquence than speech."
"Sci'umbunctious." Has she
ever tried this one on you?
ANNISTON HIGH SCHOOL
Noted for her neatness4
fastidious in every respect.
A iesson in Charfn and 3
Actor, stage-hand, scenery
builder-he,s the apple of
Mr. Neely's eye.
Alias "Einstein,', our phys'
ics genius. XVe think he in-
vented the theory of rela-
Bulletin boards, shelves, zinc
cuts?-he wins the approval
of all the teachers with his
Does she have rhythm! A
bundle of sweetness with
The Spanish type, well-lilced
by all and shines in gym.
Completely unique, our only
xylophonist. Not hard to
loolc at either.
FLORA LEE KENNEDY
just plain cute and a wine
Class president, basketball
star, sunny disposition, in
short, all the honors in one
A handsome "knight"-nm
ble in all his deeds. See our
Sports Section if you doubt
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MARY FRANCES LANDERS VIRGINIA LEDnE'I'TEn
Quiet, serene, untufflecl, and
Actress and reader-Boy!
a poet of promise.
them there eyes.
XJ-of lv-el V f'LoYD LEMING ELIZABETH LEYDEN
I 'ard working messenger
boy and an out-cloor man.
A true artist-violinist ancl
linoleum cutter. Sheys done
a lot for school and class,
She has a gentle beauty and HAROLD LLOYD
a sweet mann own.
Well-groomed and brilliant
an individual thinlcer.
T h a t well-dressed m a n
known to many as the
Rare combination of charm
talent and beauty.
Secretary of I-Ii-Y A RANCES MCMINN
Club member, and an Ush-
. Hows that for versa-
Our best all-round student.
Hats off to Frances!
VONNIE RUTH MooRE JAMES MOTES
You ve Got To Be A Foote
ball Hero - immy, take a
Its soothing just to contem-
plate her poise. Ancl is she
a good volley ball captain!
Min-'fi H .
"Sleepy joe"-His clrawl is
the envy of these would-be
Known to all as "Curly."
Where clicl he get that
Tops at lots of things in-
cluding poetry and theme
An athlete with pretty hair
---wielcls a mean paint brush.
A paper carrier that gets
"soapy" is not only our
most brilliant boy but also ll
real "basket ballet."
smile will warm any-
Her beauty and winning
nature make her attractive.
Her talent and perseverance
will make her successful.
Thar harmony you heard
third period was Wesley and
his partners in crime.
All merchants groan when
jack comes in. He's a Hi-
A pip in everything. QA
pun, my word.,
A grand alternate football
captain, he took up where
Jimmy left off.
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A package of greased light-
ning on the gridiron.
"My only books
Were women's looks."
We all got a thrill on Fri-
day nights watching Jimmy
punish that pigskin.
Our Hour Glass camera
man. Dubbed public ene-
my No. 1 by the teachers
for that reason.
Our chemistry student. just
ask him what H25 is.
A jolly girl with a vivid per-
sonality. Her wavy locks
are the envy of all.
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Has the distinction of being
one of the guardians of the
Tall, blonde, and a hand-
Originality is the keynote
of her charm. It shows in
her merry brown eyes.
Three cheers for the "per-
sonality man". He's good
behind a candid camera, too.
The only person we know
who can set her tongue go-
ing and then go off and
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She's tried to bury her light
under a bushel, but we've
known it was there just the
A Yankee in our midst, but
he,s made a place in South-
Our child prodigy. In her
class it's impossible to make
A good-looking bass. Wfho
woulcln't lilce to have Paul
Another "Rubinoff,,. I-Ie's
carried off lots of honors
with his violin.
Expresses her artistic nature
equally well in music, writ-
ing, and poster work.
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President of the Hobby
Club, she combines brains
and a talent for domesticity.
Bubbling over with fun-
she adds to any gathering.
A 'versatile girl-actor and
writer-with lots of person-
ality. Believe it or not, she
was Dorothy Kix!
A blonde you love to look
at. You could learn a lot
from her, too.
One red-head with a sweet
Merchanfs pet annoyance
but he brought in ads for
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JACK Tun iz
Always talking a usually
Our Jenny Lind with spark-
ling brown eyes.
MARY NELL WATSON
Always in the middle of a
The kind of boy you know
will be successful at any-
thing he tries.
Bob can dish out ice cream
and we don' know what all
A songstress, actress, and
home economist, How does
she do it?
A great football player-his
line has a kick in it!
Snap! - there goes Bob
again. A picture taking
wizard and a class leader.
JV' HUGI-I WEBB
Ask Hugh who he thinks
starts wars. But make your-
self comfortable while he
Let's hope he never rides in
the wrong end of that big
Truly "wise.', Behind that
quiet voice is an amazing
amount of knowledge.
In case you haven't recog-
nized it, the face behind the
trombone in the German
Band is Cy's.
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Left to right'
Secretary-Treasurer LAI M GEORGE LEYDEN
Vice-President , Tom CLEVELAND
President RAYMOND CLARKE
The three-ring circus of the Junior Class started off with some loud and fancy band
music. We certainly are represented in the A. H. S. Band. Raymond Clarke was ringmaster
in rhe big ring with George Leyden and Tom Cleveland in the other two. The barking for the
Big Show was done by Lalee Willett and Vivierte Stockman, cheer leaders for the football
games-and did we have the crowds pouring in. We had some swell acrobats in the athletic
line, fdon't rake that as a slam, boysl. And, of course, we had our share of beautiful girls
and clowning boys. This circus is one that is run on a paying basis, on account of the in-
telligent members of the troupe. Of course, we had our trials with the big animals-trou-
bles, to you-but we've still gone--"On with the showlv So goodby and don,t get et up by
P. S. You'd better buy your ticket now to see the great show we're putting on next
vear-and get a reserved seat!
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Left to rght FIFSI Row Mary Katherine Sxlter Louise Games Mlldred I-le1slett Sara Walker
Helen Masters Thelma Radcliff Ruth Hxggmbotham Vlvrette Stockman Martha Woodruff
Frances Rouse Glorxa Pearson Nellre Methvm Nell Pond Loulse Rcaxes Nellie Tyler Dons
Parnell Bllhe Mae ewell Douglas W1kefreld
Second Row Hattie Mae Swaffold Ruth arxerr Florence Rutledge Mrnme Lee Crouch Lora Brown
Alberta Ward Mary Frances Rahrer Laune Willett Mary Walker Margaret Stanley ohnme Mae
Murphree Margaret Dlshman Claude Keltner Fnnk Weaver George Leyden Stephen Harman
Warren Drake Agnes Heathcock Brlly Coleman
hlrd Row Bernice Drake Emma Catherine Fmcher Natha Le Phllhps Sara Stephens Mary Ahce gf-ry!!
Mange Marguerrte Fxnk Vlrgxnxa Wfoocls Lennls Lxpham Peggy Adaxr Sidney Lemmg Thomas V Q
Faulkner Clarence Watson Charles Lev: Robert Carr Raymond Clarke jack Dempsey B
ford Argo WM
Fourth Row Dorrs McCartney Colleen Saxon Paulme McAuley Clelan Carter Charles Orrnson Ralph Vfff ,
Games ohn Pelham Wxlham Dlxon Ivey Donald Springer Elhs Cruse Wxlson Landers Bobby N4
Tuck Gerald Ballard Cllvrn Gann
Fnfrh Row Wrllraxn Box ewell McAlp1n Louise Ledbetter Ruth Glazner Elsxe Coleman Ruth Rob
ertson Margaret Newman Thomas Brxdges Hazel Wolfe Mary Gertrude Smxth John Coleman
Paul Landt Eunice Barnes Frances Corbin Bunny Hager
Sixth Row Bllly Stoney Robert McKxbbol1 Nlargarer OBrlen Frances Fntzpatrxck Corxnne Llpham J
Loulse Roberts Tom Cleveland ames Dodgen B111 Lryer Irwxn Boozer Stuart Watson Charlesa04
Self Grace Campbell Gloria Blackman ohn D lacy
Seventh Row Lawrence Waugh Lonnre Funderburg Robert Bowre Hoyt rrver nny Grubbs Mary
Frances Wade Tommre Lee Pace Elsxe Mae Pullman Wfacle Brannon Roy n Cour ne oss
Thomas Chavers Eugene Bagley ack Ausrm rmmy Rerdmger ame S u oungblood
Erghth Row ack Greer Vaughn Stewart Bully Cobb Woodrow M ham Traywtck Ernest
Elwell Charles Shull Elbert Laney P H 1 H H
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O F F I C E R S
Left to right:
Vice-President . CLYDE MCLALLEN
Secretary-Trearurer . AMY Jo SLAUGHTER
Pygfideng . HAL CLEVELAND
We Sophomores have drifted through this year with oodles of fun in our walce. In
the beginning, last fall, schedules were hastily compared, changed and rechanged. Then
officers were elected and we felt the excitement of autumn descending upon us.
Homecoming night, Ann Graham, sponsor, looked plenty cute strolling across the
field with Clyde McLallen. Elegant parties after the football games kept us in high spirits
until exams brought us to earth. Several of the sophomore boys have acquired ushers'
badges during the past year.
The usunniestv of us is none other than the tapping marvel, George Thornton. To
top the year off, Vivian Bishop won the A, H. S. Beauty Contest. Wfere we thrilled!
Left to Right: First Row-Diana Robinson, Louise
Mary Lou Box, Marceline Reidinger, Dolly Gann,
Carrie Williams, Margaret Patman, Hazel Carter,
Second Row-Helen Gidley, Shirley Ogletree, Amy
McNaron, Eunice Aldrich, Clara Mae Chavcrs,
Bertha Morgan, Nellie Mac Potts, Ann Graham.
Billy Ann Borders, Sara Ellen Blanchard, Vivian
Jo Slaughter, Sarah Leyden, Myrtle Gannaway,
Marie Chearwood, Elizabeth Bethea, Mary Frances Irish, Mary E. Neal, Alice Landham, Dorothy
Petrus, Thelma Brown, Helen Doss, Carolyn Lindsey, Louise Morris, Eulah Jo Cooper, Gladys
Third Row-Charles Kennedy, Norris Williams, Frank Farr, Clyde McLallen, Sarah Trammel, Doris
Williams, Imogene Peterson, Mary Pittman, Doris Lee, Lucilla Ports, Betty Winkle, Leon Bradley,
Carl Sanders, Samuel Silar, Paul Bowen, Harry Dover, Hubert McCullars, Robert Dishman,
Kyle Sanders, W. Pruett.
Fourth Row-George Thornton, Margaret Lane, Wfilliam Edward Henderson, Onzelle Miller, Jean
Wilkinson, Emmie Bagley, Christine McClellan, Jean McCutcheon, Nell Hendricks, Ralph Adams,
John Stripling Jack Bentley.
Fifth Row-Helen Pirlcle, Louise Sawyer, Helen Slaron, Frances Williains, Vilene Shelton, Eleanor
Miller, Virginia Rascoe, Tommy Jones, Billy Cole, Ralph Austin, Billy Moran, Floyd Worsham,
Jasper Easterling, Eric Allen, Leon Griffin.
Sixth Row-Milton Porter, Ruth Moore, Beulah Thompson, Doris Ghee, Ruby Frazier, Joyce Thrash,
Julia Jones, Pearl Dear, Morris Self, Yvonne Kilgore, Doris Jenlcins, Ralph Austin, Wfilliam Mc-
kinney, Gerald King, Steele Andrews, Hal Cleveland, John Collins.
Seventh Row-Leonard Hill, Douglas Triplett, Charles Self, Audrey Jarrett, Mary Kirby, Robert Pin-
son, Burtis Perry, Fred Bryant, Samuel Sanders, Jack Green, Jimmy Skipper, Carl Johnson, Billy
Heathcock Wallace Klein Gerald Parker, Ridgely lvliller, George Mallory, Hamilton Streetman.
Eighth Row4Rufus Tollison, ,George Kangelos, Jewell Helton, Edna Feazel, Tag Livingston, Duke
Wfilliams, Horace Xvilliamson, Wfilliam Box, George Wfoodruff, W'inifred Timmons, Charles Rice,
I Charles Sprayberry, Alton Owen, Leete Lipham.
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Left to right:
5eC,etd,y . ALICE LANDHAM
Treamrer DIANA ROBINSON
prejidenl . BILL LANE
Vice-President , WALLACE KLEIN
As rats in Senior High School, we have found that we aren't tops yet-far from it-
we seem to be just the opposite. We have plenty to learn and one consolation is that we
have as long in which to learn it as we wish to spend at A. H. S.
Some of our first discoveries were about Mr. Myers' rubber heels and Mr. Nash's
quiet but forceful commands-and we step lively when he says step. Also we have learned
that Miss Richardson will not let us wander in and out of library if the idea strilces us as
pleasant and that rats aren't allowed to leave homeroom any time they so desire.
We have finally caught on to the fact that yellow slips are orders from headquarters
and are far from being funny, and that skipping classes, especially gym, is not such a joy
as we have been told-at least not for inexperienced freshmen. However, after about two
weelcs of getting adjusted and gathering this information, we settled down to worlc instead
Our first year in Senior High School has been fun and an adventure for us and a
source of amusement for our teachers and the rest of the faculty. But let us hope, as time
goes on, we, the Class of 1940, will nnall he w' d ci' 'H d
and respected by other rats.
y ise an igni e seniors ourselves, worshipped
Left to Right: First Row-Elizabeth Johnson, Charlotte Mallory, Alice Brummel, Gertrude Washburn,
Camilla Sutton, Yvonne Lee, Sara Cecil Evans, Thelma Cryer, Jean Edmondson, Wanda Moyers,
Mary Elva Hollingsivoi'tl1, Adeline Gallaliar, Jean Griffin, Cora Lee Wise, Minnie Laura McAneny.
Second Row-Mary Frances Cass, Marie Crow, Mildred Louyinger, Helen Drake, Jean Gittings,
Kathryn Pippin, Mary Liss Harvey, Ruth Freibaum, Mary Frances Glosson, Louise Evans. Rita Gay
Third Row-Ansel Marbut, Nlargaret Curry, Niary Frances Arbery, Betty Evans, Sara Will Baker,
William Mortoii, Otis Dodge, Billy Darden, Blanche Reeves, Ann Rasberry, Mary Louise Bowie.
Sarah Jo Harrell, Buck O'Brien, Elwood Fannin, Donald Shuffield, Solon Glover, Doss Cleveland,
Charles Cole, Joe Broadnax, Gerald Hill.
Fourth Row-Gertie Mae Marr, Annie Nell Campbell, Edaline Creel, john White, Bob Eros, Billy Steel,
Elbert McClellan, Joseph Argo, Geraldine Boozer, Andrew Buford.
Fifth Row-Virginia Taylor, Rosemary Clarke, Vivian Clay, H. T. Mills, Max Matthews, Walter At-
wood, George johnson, john Krase, Ralph Coleman, Lamar Field, Chandler Watson, Warren
Doss, Claude Dear, Elbert McClellan, Frank Pavne, Wayne Pittman, Clarence Moncrief, Billy
Sixth Row-Eva Lee Fulmet. Myrteal Brown, Nellie Canada, Edward Peace, Worth McAuley, Eugene
Parnell, Owen Gooch, Billy Brown, Paul Leyden, Kay Kennedy, Ed Ellington, O. C. Glazner, Bill
Seventh Row-Arnold Haynes, Ophelia Bunn, Addie Mae Fundaburk, Lorraine Merritt, Eunice Tolli-
son, Sam Stickney, Dela Bonds, joel Fink, Sara Ruth Sims, Mary Sims, Margaret Wimpy, Vir-
ginia Brown, Martha McKinney, T, P. McKibbon, Earl Knowlton, Hilton Hurst, james Moore,
john Mays, Arnold Gray, Betty Butler, Frank Crow.
Eighth Row-Joe Shonesy, Norman Collins, Nada Phillips, june Hanvey, Martha Ella Cardwell, joe
Hall, R. Campbell, Joe Stedham, Tommy Mullins, Atnim Owens, J. D, Triplett, Juanita Hol-
der, Carl Kidd, Allen Crump.
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Left to Right: First Row-Mary Elizabeth Flannigan, Ruth Payne, Jane Harrell, Mary Ann Scha-
baker, Edith Lang, Doris Reynolds, Lois Martin, Rebecca Watson, Alice Robertson, Mary Perkins,
Mary Leyden, Ann Gambrell McCarty, Betty Leyden, Virginia Weathers, Margaret White, Cath-
erine Wise, Nell Seale, Doris Allen, Marilyn House, Vernelle Fordham.
Second Row-Virginia Oglesby, Edith Jackson, Rachel Steen, Mabel Oakes, Donnie Turner, Ruth
Sparks, Eva Miller, Mildred XX7hitlock, Mary Ann Springer, Norma Cruse, Mary Frances Jemison,
Virginia Long, Louise Kimbrough, Anne Poland, Mary Jo Spradley, Dorothy Irish, Mary Nell
Thagard, Anne Strickland, Frances Meadows, Carolyn Dunn, Annie Jo Harris.
Third Row-Ann Coleman, Margaret Fincher, Sara Nell Grubbs, Jack Golden, Hannibal Tumlin, Ed-
ward Bowling, Charles Conner, Lowry Mallory, David Friedman, Steve Arnold, Jimmy Greer, Wini-
fred Roberts, Bill Andrews, Graves Hughes. Clark Hanvey, Ilva Gaie Williams, Catherine
Kilgore, Jeanne Brigham, Irene Reyon, Ann Callicott, Mary Emily Whiteside, Margaret Clark.
Fourth Row4Evelyn Atwood, Betty Bruce, jimmy Mirkler, Elbert Holland, James Daniels, Dick Jus-
tice John Linden Earl Davis, james Harkins, Thomas Chryst, Henry Cornelius, Charles Woods,
I Allen Draper, Milton Kay, Charles Fulghum, Newton Evans, Charles Henry, Lonnie Bowen,
Harry McMillan, Gertrude Kilgore, Catherine justice, Mary Jewel Rainwater, Mary Jewel Marr,
Fifth Row-Frances Bryant' Annie Elkins, Millard Pippin, Harold McCary, Harvey McClanahan,
Robert Tate, Earl Lunceford, Danny Wfeeks, Norman Holland, Eugene Hammett, Allen Fay, Jerry
Hughes, Thomas Battles, Sammy Blair, john McClanahan, Charles Fay, Lovie Martin, XValter
O'Brien, Ruby Lumpkin, Gordon Xvilliamson, Catherine Whitley.
Sixth Row-Tom McNaron, Hubert Vffells, Howard Phillips, Ralph Reaves, Fred lVlcAlpine, Elbert
Willett, Thomas Twisdale, Henry Silverman, Billy Rahrer. Brandon Parker, Stanford Masters, Earl
Bagley, Lee Butler, Dave Ballard, Lee leans, Xvafford Gann.
Seventh Row-Danny Methvin, Martin Xvakefield, Amos Payne, Gloria Driver, Nlarinel Carr, Sara
Dickert, Inez Nowland, Katherine Wfilkins, Clifford Porterfield, Norvin Wfhiteside, Tim Durtett,
Billy French, Julius Hagerty, Grover Johnson, Kenneth Feltham, Curtis Deason, Cecil Moore.
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Alex Sawyer, Frank Pope.
Left to Right-fLalce Edwards, Bob Wakeheld, Roy Knight, Billy Bridges,
Shull, Cecil Young, Joe Rasberry, Carter Poland, Francis Ward, Coach
C0oper, Frank Crow, Vaughn Stewart, Tommie jones, joe Shonesy,
Tommie Bridges. Center-jimmy Reynolds, Joe King, Jimmy Nlotes,
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O F F I C E R S
Vice-Prefialent , ALEX SAWYER
Sfffeldry . JINIMY REYNOLDS
Treasurer JOE KING
Sporlfor . COACH Lon'
May we present our heroes of the gridiron, diamond, cage, and track? They constitute one of the
oldest, no reflection on the individual's age- and most active clubs in school. All of them, the heroes,
have made their Ays in some field of athletics. They are famous not only for their prowess in sports,
but for their superb entertainments. This year they have had a number of dances, a steak fry, and
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that unsurpassable banquet in May. At Christmas every year you see t ese us ies ring g
rocking horses to school. Be not afraid! It isn't feeblemindedness, but their yearly good turn to give
toys to the underprivileged children of Anniston.
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Left to Right: First Row-Rankin, Killebrew, Klein, Morton, Cole, Anderson, Boozer, Gray.
Second Row-jackson, Skipper, Porter, Mallory, Dishman, Steele, Worsham, Drake, Wise.
Third RowfBryant, Creel. Currie, Vaughn, Fink, Porterfield, Levi.
Fourth Row-Rasberry, Brannon, Orrison, Lacy. Collins, Keltner, Clarke, Darden, Miller, Glover, Argo,
Ha ert .
Fifth RiwlTuck, Reidinger, Dodgen, Parnell, Baker, Argo, Cleveland. Kilgore, Reid, Carr, Pinson,
Sixth Row-Swann, Stoney, Hill, Leslie.
The Band, under the direction of Mr. jackson, has put music in the air this year. Throughout
the football season it sweated through daily marching practice. Of course, the members felt repaid
when they heard the compliments dished out by spectators of the football games. The Gadsden game
proved the most fun of all the games because of the ride and supper donation.
To try to get more into the Christmas spirit, the Band brought food, candy, and fruit to school
just before the Christmas vacation. These things were given to the Salvation Army, which distributed
the food among the needy.
The concert came off in grand style. Attendance estimates range from nine to eleven hundred.
That crowd was a big help in defraying the heavy cost of the trip to Birmingham. About sixty-five
Band members made Birmingham a sadder and wiser city. After the Band has stayed two days and
three nights in one place, that place is somewhat rundown. Several members participated in the massed
band of two hundred and fifty pieces.
As a director, Mr. jackson is tops. His bright remarks, his good-natured razzing are a relief to
the poor Band members after the call-downs and scowls of the other teachers.
Taken together, this year's Band eclipses any other Band year so far.
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Flora Lee Kennedy ewel Cochran Heltn Spar s Frances Aldrl h Sara Smith Ruth Jarrett Dela
Sparks Sarah Brown Florence Rutledge
Second Row Sara Wa'ker Lourse Reaves Annyce I-Iendrlcks M1rgaret OBrxen Sara Stephens Lora
Brown Mary Alxce Mange Mmme Lee Crouch ulxa Ausru Sara enltms
Thu-d Row Colleen Saxon ,Doris McCartney Ruby Box Mary Allen Frances ohnson Vrrgnma Led
hetter Mary F Landers Ruth Snow
Fourth Row Vesta Harman Mary Wxse Norma o Frazxer Margaret Dlshman Mrs Au rm Pearl
Lindsey Paullne McAuley
Fxfrh Row Louise Geler Bobble Davrs Golden Gray Marjorie Woodruff Mmnxe Allison Ruth
Slxrh Row Robert Wnnkle ack Persell Arnold Gray Jack Dempsey
Motto To promote better rxriderxtandrrrg o ll lmfmesf world and to creale a celmg o umty among
cami nal stzldents
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X HELEN SPARKS
These our husmess men and women have long had 1 model orgamzatxon This club was organ
xzed way back ln the dark ages when the Anniston H 1 9 h l h
g strcngt an ms ouncl favor IH the eyes of the facul V and student body This
year they have had talks hy busmess men nn 'nddntlon to busmess plays on thexr br weekly programs
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Second Row-Cynthia Robinson, Louise Gaines, Diana Robinson, Ann Cole, Martha Helen Cleveland.
hird Row Margaret Owens Becky Stanley.
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Butler, Jeanne Walker.
Fifth Row-Doris Williams, Mary Frances Arbery. '
Sixth Row-Guy Taylor, Mary Katherine Salter, Mrs. Banks.
E T U D E C L U B
Molto-"To promote a keener appreciation of good music
O F F I C E R S
lVlARGARET CECIL GAINES
President . . . .
Vice-President . , BILLY STONEY
Secretary-Treaxurer . SARA CECIL EVANS
Sponrar , , MRS. BANKS
Il rou of musically inclined students formed a music club. Selecting
Some four years ago a sma g p .
Mrs. Banks as its sponsor, Robin Russell as its first presiclent, and Etude Club as its name, the club
started off on high "Cu by becoming a member of the Alabama Federation of Music Clubs.
Last year these 'lEtudians'l gave a beautiful concert at the Alabama Power Company Auditorium.
Each member had some part of the program, consisting of piano numbers, violin numbers, ballet danc-
ing, and singing. They really are a talented group of musicians. Robin Russell, Guy Taylor, and Sara
Cecil Evans have each been given high honors in the state music contests.
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Carolyn Thagard Allene Pennington
Second Row ean Gxttlng Allce Landham ean Grxlfm Brllla Mae Williamson Yvonne Lee Ger
trude Washburn Mary Alxce Mange Mary Frances Irish Nlary Katherxne Hlllary
Thlrd Row ohnme Mae Murphree Etna Davis Louise Treadwav Mary Gertrude Smith Eulah o
Cooper Sara Ellen Blanchard Gladys Hubbard Pearl Dear Annette Buck Marjorie Woodruff
Fourth Row Mary Nell Watson Frances Fxtzpatnclc Lo1s ones ulxa ones Lxlllan Caudle Mary
ewell Durden Mmme Allnson essxe Mae Dear Ruta Gay Burgess
Frfrh Row Margaret Owens Lorraine H111 Marxe Cheatwood Martha Ella Cardwell Jeanne Walker
Becky Stanley Ann Cole
Sixth Row Martha Woodruff Mxldred Corbm Mary Frances Arbery Bxllxe Anne Borders Brllre
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O F F I C E R S
NIARTHA HELEN CLEVELAND
Lets all sxng lxlce the Glee Club smgs nf we only could' Under thexr new dxrector M155 Cater
great progress has been made by our song buds A veritable Mzss Grace Moore was dlscovered n
eanne Walker who won a part time scholarship IH rho Blrmrngh-rm Conservatory contest The Glee
Club has made a number of publnc appear-mces among which mere the Community Sxngmg at the Rxtz
Theater servncc at the Fxrst Presbytcrnn and Parlter Memorlal Baptist Churches
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Left to Right: First Row-Cynthia Robinson, Assistu
Helen Cleveland Editor-in-Chief
' Emily Owen, Assistant Editor.
nt Editor: Lanellu VVrif:ht, Quintard Editor, Martha
Second Row: Finchier, Woodruff, Parnell, Gaines, Slauilhter, Graham, Jewell, Walker.
Th'rd Row-Higzinbotham, Salter, VValker, Owens, Booth, Pcttus, Jobson.
Fourth Row-Davis, Coleman, Sparks, Huszer, Stanley, Humphries, Butler.
Fifth R0w4Woodruff, Carter, Pennington. Brown, Christian, Allen, Thornton, Watson Cole.
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Sixth Row-Durden, Caudlc, Leyden, Taylor, Speide, o in-, .
Seventh Row:H'Ea'thcock, Warnock, Persell, Poland, Rasberry, Anderson, Cleveland, Landt. Stovall. Sterne,
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OXFORD . . , ANNUAL V
Published by .Studenls of Annuton High
VOL. III. ANNISTON, ALABANIA, MAY 23, 1937. NO. ll.
HI-ECHO TO ENTER STATE
The Hi-Echo will be entered in
the State Hixzh School Tourna-
ment which will be held in Au-
burn in April. Mr. Leo Gasser,
general chairman, writes that
there will be events in the fol-
One-act Play, Speech, Read-
ing, Hifzh School Paper, Art,
Journalism, Spelling, En121iSh.
History, Typinrz, Mathematics.
Physics, Chemistry, Biological
Science, General Science, and
probably in German, French.
Spanish and Latin.
TRIBUTE TO MISS ORDWAY
To youfwe could bring
Glad Gifts of costly wealth
In return for the gracious smile
Charniim: way in which
You helped us day by day.
But--to you-we bring:
Glad gifts from the heart
Of every person whose spirit
Your smile has cheered
And whose way you have
Made briirhter day by day.
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REPRESENTED AT S. I. P. A.
Professor Riegel Judges Publi-
For the first time a delegation
from A. H. S. attended the
Southern Interscholastic Press
Association in November .
This organization is sponsored
by the Lee Memorial School of
Journalism. Those attendinrr
were Miss Virginia Ordway,
Sponsor of the Hi-Echo: Martha
Helen Cleveland, Editor: Carle-
ton Sterne, Editor of the Hour
Glass, and Emily Owen, a mem-
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Left to Right First Row Wesley Palmes Morgan Bunch Roy Knlght Norris Williams Hal Cleve
land Stuart Watson Paul Stoney Lake Edwards Franlc Pope Robert Warnock Clyde McLallen
Robert Wakeheld Joe Kmg Stephen Harman Ons Mattnson Robert Carr John Pelham Alex
Sawyer Tom Cleveland
Second Row Marvxn Black james Bowles Wfallcer Collms Hugh Webb xmmy Reynolds Cecxl
Young Lxndsay McCarty Blll Thornton Franc: Ward Carter Poland James Motes ames Cooper
Ralph Games Lawrence Gray Mr Neely Dunlap Henry
Matlo To create mamfaxn and exiena' zfvmutglvout th school and cnmmumly lvxqlv rtafzdards of
O F F I C E R S
Preszdent ROBERT XVARNOCK
Vxce Prendenf JAMES COOPER
Secretary LINDSAY MCCARTY
Trffmvff ALEX SAWYER
SPOYUO' MR NEELY
Its an old Hx Y custom to do one blg thing every year as well as the little thmgs The brg
thmg was the work done m mfluenclng other schools to send delegates to the Youth Conference ln
Tuscaloosa Several members attended from here 1nd Bob Warnock preslded as retlrmg president of
the Conference The httle thmgs Included the Father Son Banquet as new as the 1ce cream supper IS
old Charxtably spealung we gave baskets at Christmas and Th-rnlcsgrvmg to the needy Clean Speech
Clean Sports Clean School A Clean Life
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Left to Right: First Row-Helen Sparks, Ruth Snow, Sara Jenkins, Grace Ellenburg, Dela Sparks,
Second Row-Helen Masters, Marceline Reidinger, Mildred Heasle , Marjorie oodruff, Flora Lee
Kennedy, Mary Allen, Doris Jenkins, Florence Rutledge, Jane Reid.
Third Row-Frances Aldrich, Sara Walker, Juanita Adair, Margaret Lane, Jean Gittings, Cora Wise,
Fourth Row-Miss Inez Smith, Sponsorg Sara Smith, Nlinnie Allison, Gloria Pearson, Frances Rouse,
Ruth Christian, Nell Phillips. No picture: Dora Ruth Hall, Pearl Muncher, Sara Trammel,
Louise Morris. ' .
H O B B Y C L U B
Matti?-"To develop our hobbies and to learn new ones
Prexident , , . , . . HELEN SPARKS
Vice-President . - - RUTH SNOW
, SARA JENKINS
Secretary . . -
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"Everyone should have a hobbyf' How often we have heard this said. Last fall, Miss Smith
organized this club, an offspring of Home Economics Club, to encourage more girls to adopt hobbies,
' cl l ' those which they have chosen. Their programs have been on dif-
to interest them more eepy in
Peirent hobbies, Miss Smith leading the discussions. Let's all get on a Hobby Horse and ride, ride, ride!
ANNISTON HIGH SCHOOL
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Tommie Lee Pace Jewel McAlp1n
Center Left to Right Myrtle Gannaway Nell Pond
Second Row Nellue Methvm Eleanor Mxller Frances Fxtzpatrrck Marne Cheatuood Yvonne Kllgore
Clelan Carter Margaret OBrxen
Third Row ean Grlffm Edna Feazell Mary ewell Marr Vrrgmra Ledbetter Louxse Brown Mary
Elizabeth Sums Nell Hendrlcls
Bottom Row Left to Rrght Alxce D111 Emmxe Bagley
Center Row Mrldred Brown Allene Penmngton
Top Row Vnrgxma Woods Pearl Dear
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
Prendent MYRTLE GANNAWAY
Vzce Prerzdent NELL PoND
Secretary Treasurer IVIARIE Cbxefcrwooo
Sponror Mas 1-IUGER
Can she bake a cherry pre Brlly boy? Can she sew a fxne seam charmmg Billy? Yes' If shes
a member of the Home EC Club These our home makers of he future gxve great promise of
brxght fires but not burned blscuxts They lnve grown so that one hardly recognizes the small group
which orrgmally met when the Old Barn was fxrst relegated to the shelf of back rumbers Thenr
programs have been about famous women and the opportunities for women m the business world
ewel McAlpm had charge of the programs while Mrs I-auger acted 1s censor
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Left to Right: First Row-Thelma Cryer, Virginia ea e , ,
Frances Bryant, Rebecca Watson, Mary Jo Spradley, Lois Martin, Anne Poland, Anne McCarty,
Second Row-Allan Draper, Tom McNaron, Newton Evans, Elbert 'Willett, Otis Dodge, T. D. Mc-
Kibbon, Vivian Day, Jean Griffin, Charles Henry, Gertrude Washburn, Charlotte Mallory, Mel-
ton Kay, Mary Frances Jemison, Billy French, Graves Hughes, Mr. Neely, Sponsor.
JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB
President . . , . ALICE NEWMAN BRUMMEL
Vice-President . , GERTRUDE WASHBURN
Secrelary . ,
After many, two years fwe must be specificl, Mr. Neely reorganized the Junior Dramatic Club in
February. It consists of young aspirants to the amateur stage of A. H. S. They are planning to give
a play this spring, and we know that it will be a success for is not the inimitable Mr. Neely the di-
rector? This club promises some superb actors and actresses for our plays in the years yet to come.
ANIXIISTON HIGH SCHOOL
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Second Row Buford Argo james Dodgen Bull Cryer acle Brannon Tom Cleveland
Thlrd Row Bxlly McKxnney Eugene Bagley Thomas Brldges Norris Williams
Fourth Row Miss Weaver Harry Dover Wllll3m Dxxon Ivy Horace Wllll3mSOn
DERN SCIENCE CL
Pmndmg TOM CLEVELAND
Vice Prexxdent HAL CLEVELAND
Tfgafuygf THOMAS BRIDGES
Sponmf Miss WEAVER
Feehng the need of speclal lnstrucnon for the future Edmons Fords and Emstems of thxs world
Mnss Corrme Weaver organxzed the Modern Sclence Club nn 1934 They have made a rather extensive
study of electrxcal science this year Shuclcmg isnt xr? The programs have been various phases of
scxence wnth different members conducnng the drscussxons or experlments as the case may be Their
the Scxence Clubs plcnmc nn May rs one of the outstandlng socxals of the sprmg and gets better and
better each year
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Left to right: First Row!-Mary Allen, Nlattha Helen Cleveland, james Cooper, Dorothy Davis.
Second Row-Miss Kate Malone, Sponsor, Golden Gray, Frances McMinn, Mary Matthews.
Third Row-Emily Owen, Carter Poland, Joe Rasberty, Carleton Sterne.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
At last Mr. Myer's dream of uhonor for the honorable
the National Honor Society received its charter in February
by the faculty, consists of brilliant, loyal, deserving seniors
Malone is the inspiring sponsor for the society.
" has been realized! The local chapter of
This organization's membership, selected
in the upper third of their class. Miss
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Sara Leyden Brllre Ann Borders Loursc McNaron
Second Row Charlotte Mallory Christine Trurtt Wlargaret Wxmpey Carrie Williams Jean Edmond
son Ann Graham Otis Dodge Dorothy Pettus
Thnrd Row Frank Farr Thelma Cryer Necla Phxlllp Mass Plnson Frank Payne Louise Morrxson
Fourth Row Brlly Cole Charles Porterhcld T P McK1bbon
PARNASSIAN LITERARY CLUB
O F F I C E R S
Prendent DOROTHY PETTUS
Vice-lPrena'cnt FRANK PAXNE
Secretary Treasurer AMY J0 SLP-UGHTER
CHM Bn.1.x ANN BORDERS
Spgnjgy Miss PINSON
Havent you heard? The Parnasslan Lxterary Club all of a sudden came to hgh: last fall
seems that some of Miss Pmsons lznglxsh pupxls got mtellectual hence a new lrterary club for the
furtherance of knowledge A committee even l1lJorecl over a constrtutlon
Wlth 3 rnefnbefshlp of fhlffy EIVC boys and girls '1 SUCl1l event NVZIS llnfnedlately SCl1CClL1lECl at
Lounse McNarons More fun' Th-at ser the club off wlrh 1 lrmg every one was mterested'
Then someone the presrdent hud apporntcd began plannmg elegant programs One was Ala
bama Authors But the most Interesting event was Mrs E P Coopers vrslt when she read one of
her short stones Smce when did a new new club rate a vlsnt from talented Mrs Cooper?
The P C L wlth Miss Pun on as ponsor wlth shlnmg pans to s1y nothlng of red rosesl and
good lntennons ns going places'
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Left to Right: First Row-Mary Frances Landers, Allene Pennington, Mary Sterne.
Second Row-Viviette Stoclcman, Bobbie Davis, Cynthia Robinson, Diana Robinson, Sara Ellen
Blanchard, Eulah ,lo Cooper, Elsie Coleman.
Third Row-Mildred Brown, Ruth Snow, Norma .Io Frazier, Louise Geier, Helen Masters, jean I-Iaynie,
Miss Ingram, Gloria Pearson, Gladys Blanchard, Marjorie Woodruff, Sara Arnold, Annette Buck,
PIERIAN LITERARY CLUB
Ilflotlo-"Drink deep or taste not the Pierian Spring."
Pfejidmf , , ALLENE PENNINGTON
Vice-President MARY STERNE
5ef,e,a,y.T,ea,u,er IVIARY FRANCES Limosus
The Pierian Literary Club was organized many and many a year ago, 1930 to be exact, in a room
by the side of the hall with Miss Meharg as sponsor. Instead oftwealcening uiith age, it has been
growing in strength. Miss Ingram became its sponsor this year with very gratifying results. They
have been studying the modern world of Literature, Music, and Art with various members presenting
All work and no play makes jill, as well as Jack, a dull person, so the Pierians have had a scaven-
ger hunt and a dance. They are planning to have a house party in addition to their yearly dinner and
dance for the senior members.
ANNISTON HIGH SCHOOL
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Left to Right: First RowfFrances Stovall, Gloria Blaclimon, lVlartha Xxfoodrtlff, Sara Jenkins, Wesley
Palmes, Louise Reaves, Cynthia Robinson, Margaret Owens.
Second Row-Dot Pettus, Mary Walker, Paul Stoney, Frances Corbin, Frank Weaver, Lois Jones, Vir-
ginia Humphries, Christine McClellan, Mary ,lewell Durden, Billy Stoney, Mary Gertrude Smith.
Third Row-Miss Houser, Carolyn Thaggard, Frances McMinn, Catherine Landt, Mary Katherine
Salter, Robert Warnock, Margaret Cecil Gaines, Martha Helen Cleveland, Agnes Heathcoclc, Mary
Sterne, Guy Taylor, Lillian Caudlc, Dot Davis, Carleton Sterne, Emily Owen.
1Qw"""', scRiBBi.ERs' CLUB
Nlolloz ill "To develop an appreriation for the but writing."
KZJ "Tu do rreaizve writing."
President NIARTHA HELEN CLEVELAND
Vice-President MARGARET CECIL GAINES
Secretary CARoLx'N THAGARD
Treasurer Y. MARY JEWEL DURDEN
Sponsor L Miss HOUSER
"Down in her old home room, where she now does teach", Miss Houser gathered about her linees
a group of talented writers, for so they proved themselves, and formally organized the Scribblersl Club
in 1934, When a Scribbler has something publisher there is great rejoicing in this band of seekers-
afrer perfection in the literary field. There have been rather few of these rejoicings, but they suffice
to furnish the members with plenty of initiative for more strenuous efforts. Most of the success and
spreading popularity of this Club belongs to Miss Houser, who has devoted so much time and energy to
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STOP THIEF, AND QUALITY STREET
Nancy Atkinson, Gladys Blanchard, Adeline Booth, James Bowles, Sara Brothers, Robert Carr !
Lillian F. Caudle, Raymond Clarke, Martha H. Cleveland, Ann Cole, Nvalker Collins, Frances Corbin, 1
Dot Davis, Warren Drake, Mary J. Durden, Grace Ellenberg, Thomas Falkner, Dunlap Henry Paz
tricia Hopkins, Dot -Iobson, Frances johnson, Franklin Johnson, Claude Keltner, Mary F. Lai-ider-5
Elizabeth Leyden, Pearl Lindsey, Sara McClurkin, Margaret Owens, Doris Parnell, john Pelham, James
' 4 M K, Salter, Becky Stanley, Mary Stcrne, Robert Warnock, Clarence
Reynolds, Cynthia Robinson, ary
Watson, Louise Watson, Robert XVinkle.
ANNISTON HIGH SCHO
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Third Row Ruth Glazner Allene Pennmgton Vonme Ruth Moore Margaret OBrien Lalee Willett
Louxse Ledhetter Margaret Stanley Lounse Treadaway
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Prmdcnf VONNIE RUTH Moons
Vnrc Prendent lVlARY WALKER
Yecretary Treasurer W? 72 lVlARGARET NEWMAN
Any gnrl who dxdnt make her letter and get m the Sports Club thus ve1r had better start getting
some self plty cause we had a de lovcly txme
The mam dish of the season was vegetable soup 1 volley ball Play Day for all the nearby s hools
wl-nth we sponsored But dont get the xde-1 that we re vegetatmg cause weve got some real workers
Another Lhmg th1t was lots of fun w1s our Chrnstm1s banquet and were we pleased with the
presents we got and our letters to Santa'
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Payne, Diana Robinson, Gerald King, Nellie Tyler. -V Q
Second Row-Tom McNaron, Imogene Peterson, Kenneth Feltham, Anne Graham, Earl Davis, Sara i
Leyden, Lamar Field, Frances Bryant, john Pelham. 1
Third Row-Thomas Bridges, Myrtle Brown, Billy Stoney, Anne Rasberty, Ruth Robertson, Inez Now- 4
land, Mary Ann Springer, Billy Moran, Billy Bridges. ,
Fourth Row-Sara Blanchard, Eulah Jo Cooper, Rufus Tollison, Mary Allen, Lillian Frances Candle, '
Joe Rasberry, Pauline MtAuley, Mr. Nash. l
Fifth Row-Max Matthews, Julius Hagerty, Frances McMinn, Courtney Doss. l'
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Vice-Prerident , D . A STUART WATSON 't
Sefretary-Treasurer M VIVIETTE STOCKMAN QJQJ-
Sponror . . . MR. NASH E
Those charming middle-men, the Student Council representatives, have greatly -helped the faculty
with their ticket peddling and home room programs. They it is who have. immunizedold A. H. S. 1'
against the spreading epidemic of sit-down strikes. They help to create a spirit of good-will and coopera- ,'
tion between the faculty and the Student body. .How wc envy them the right of being late to third
period classes on Monday, The beauty and cleanliness of the halls Emi groungls are walking-AI beg your 1
pal-don,-standing monuments to their good work. -To Mr. Nas ue cre it cannot be given as he A
merits so much for his work with the Student Council, l
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Left to Right-Robert Wfarnock, Tom Cleveland, Alex Sawyer, Joe King, Roy Knight, Parker Anderson,
Hal Cleveland, Clyde lVlcLallen, Paul Stoney, Donald Springer, Bill Thornton, Thomas Bridges,
Lake Edwards, john Pelham, Horace Williamson, Lindsay McCarty, Mr. Myer,
PM-,fig'f-nf . LINDSAY MCCARTY
Vice-President , . . Jos Kms
Secretary-Treaxurer LAKE EDWARDS
About two years ago Mr. Myer became inspired to organize an Ushers' Club that would guide us
along the straight and narrow path. And so, evcn as the little Red Hen, he did.
The members of the Ushers' Club are those cute little boys char walk the halls and sit in the seats
of the most high lthe deslcs at the extremities of the corridorsl. It is their duty to collect the teachers'
curse, otherwise known as yellow pass slips. They serve as traffic officers in assembly as well as being
general flunkies for His Highness, Mr. Myer.
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Left to Right: First Row--Doris Parnell, Annes Heuthcuck, Elizabeth Leyrlan.
Second Rowfulack Bentley, Leon Bradley, Mzvry Katherine Salter, Nellie Tyler: Mr, Self, Spun:-zur, ' .
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BOYS' LEE CLUB
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Leftpglnif f F"ml-Q PM ff', Huulv Wm'-hlv, Jack Turner, Elfurd White, Jack Persell.
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Le-ft to Riizht: First Row--McFadden Jones, John Ed McKinney. Gerald Ballard. J0l'H'1 Clileman- Lawrence
Gray, J. D. Lee. I
Second R0wfWillian1 Box, Otis Mattison, James Motes, Frank Crow, Hoyt Driver, Frank Pop , H r
Baker, Alex Sawyer. y V
Third Ruwfwalter Rankin, James Sermon, Garvin Marius, Walker Dean, Joe Shonesy, W orth McAuley,
Douulas Powers. -
Fourth Row-Hugh Webb, Jack Turner, Joe Morrison, Tom Dowmml. Albert Ward.
JUNIOR SPORTS CLUB
Left tu Rizht: First Rowf Sara Ellen lilanuhard, Gladys HulJIJzn'd, Billy Anno Borders, Adeline Gallahar,
Dolly Gann, Virginia Brown.
Sffconcl Row-Eula Jo Coupe-r, Je-an Griffin, Minnie Laura McAneny, .Ie-an Edmondson, Gertie Mae Marr.
Third Row Alice Dill, Theda Pruitt, Jenn Gitiinm-a, Margaret VVimpey.
Fourth Row-Doris Ghe-0, Ruby Frazier, Martha Holcombe, Christinc- Truitt.
fifth Row-Joyce Thrash, Miss Shvltnn, Sponsor, Nurla Phillips,
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Stanleyl, Vonnie Ruth Moore, Rufh Higgrinbofhani.
Sccond Row-Emm Catherine Fincher. Doris Parnell. Mary Walkf-r, Mildred Brown, Viviotte Stockman,
Natha Lee P lips, Hazel Holland, Miss Barnes, Spa sur.
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Left to Riuht: Line--Cooper, Ward. Gann, Stewart, Pope, Bridges, Sawyer.
BaekHeldfF. Pope, Reynolds, Wakefield, O'Brien.
The Bulldog Brings Home t e acon...
The Canines clicked for a 19-0 victory in this
ame. Frank Pope and Jimmy Mutes took the
Although losing 13-8, the Bulldogs officially de-
feated Lineville as one of their players, Barker,
was ineligible. Anniston won 1-0.
This annual game was not without its usual
spice. Both the Yellowjackets and the Bulldogs
were scoreless until the fourth quarter- TWO
passes, thrown by Tommy O'Br1en to Alex Saw-
yer and Frank Pope. were good for a touchdown.
A pass to Frank Pope over the goal .line made
the extra point which decided the winner.
Oxford's score came earlY in the last guage'
when Emerson intercepted B Desi tTl1Tn3'1et ti?
ran wide around end for the coun er
for extra point failed-
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h Qftezhflghrliiogs sgorzerlq three touchdowns in
tie 'last h'ilf. The Bulldogs' three touchdowns
were mad' by Shonesy, O'Brien, 'atnd lzoDe.UEi2:ll3'
m the g' .ne a safety grave Anms on wo 1 .
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The Annisginlnh :School Bears 27.6. Anmstlibr
Tlaicadtiltbiillayedlgthroushout the game. The Bu
dogs' lone touchdown came as a result of a Tus-
caloosa fumble, recovered by Frank Pope on the
Tuscaloosa's 31 yard line. Winning only by a
moral victory, the Bulldogs were thrown back by
the Bears to the tune of 27-6.
JONES VALLEY '
The inspired Anniston High Bulldogs took Jones
Valley for a 26-6 ride. The best run of the game
was made by Frank Pope, from the Jones Valley
39 yard line for a touchdown, though it was
called back because of an off-sides penalty. An-
niston played jam-up football and deserved the
The Anniston High Bulldogs took the North-
port encounter 26-O. The Bulldogs scored in every
quarter except the second. But they added an
extra counter in the last quarter for that over-
sight. The line play in this game was the best
this year, and the backfield was right with them.
Anniston made four touchdowns and added the
extra point after each one to beat the Ashland
team 28-0 in the last game played on Johnston
Field this year. Anniston was slightly off par
The Bulldogs ended a successful season, clicking
with an air attack that proved far superior to
the Tigers. This 39-0 victory proved the team
had lived up to expectations.
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Left to Right: l'irst Row-Pope, Poland, lVlcCarty, Cooper, Shull, Elwell.
Seond Row-Coach Lott, Blewster, Bridges, King, O'Brien flVlanagersl, Young and Springer.
Coach Lott's quintet had one of the best teams in the school's history this year-winning 9 and
losing 6 during the regular playing season. In the Sixth District Tournament they were not seeded
but defeated the seeded No. 1 Sardis Team, also No. 3 seeded Team, Jacksonville-meeting Oxford in the
finals after a tough bracket throughout the tournament. They lost to Oxford 15-H12.
Anniston placed two men on the A11 District Team--Cooper, a lanlcy center and O,Btien, star guard.
The Bulldogs entered the State Tournament at Tuscaloosa but lost the Hrst game to Haclclersburg, a
strong team, 38-14.
TOTAL POINTS OF EACH PLAYER
Cooper 122 Shull 73 O'Brien 45 Bridges Z8
Poland 100 McCarty 47 King 36 Elwell 5
SCORES OF GAMES
A. H, S. 32 Heflin 19 A. H. S, 16 White Plains 11
A, H, S. 27 Lincoln 13 A. H. S, 20 Selma 21
A. H, S. 32 Lincoln Z0 A. H. S. 24 Alexandria 20
A- H' 5- 'U G' M' A' 20 SIXTH DISTRICT TOURNEY
A. H, S. 32 Selma 10 A H S 31 Heflin 8
A. H. S. 19 G. lVl. A, 15 ' ' '
AI HI S' 30 Oxford 13 S, 32 Walnut Grove 11
A. H. 5. zo Alexandria zz A' H' 13 Saffls .H
A. I-I. S. 6 oxford 17 A' H' S' 1, gcfsogvl e
A. H. S, Z6 Jacksonville 31 ' ' ' " X ml 15
A. H. S, 32 Snead College 14 STATE TOURNEY
A. H. S. 17 Snead College 41 A. H. S. 14 Haclclersburg 38
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Bnclges Tommy ones Thamas Brxclges Secznd Raw Preston Harbm Vaughn Stewart Frank Pope
ohwn Grubbs oe Morrnson Thomas Chavcrs Frnesr lzluell Tlurd Row Coach Lott john Ed
McK1rney Wayne Putman xmmy Cooper Call ohnsnn Donald Sprmger lManagerj Bllly lVlcKmney
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GOLF AND TENNIS TEAM
F Row Bob Waheheld aclc Turner Bob
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1. TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONS 3, RING TENNIS CHAMPIONS
Left to Right: Mary Walker, Ruth Left to Right: Mary XVallcer and
I-Iigginbofhaml Ruth Higginbotham.
2. GYM INSTRUCTORS 4. SI-IUFELEBOARD CHAMPIONS
Left to Right: Miss Shelton and Left to Right: Christine Truitt and
Miss Barnes. Laurie Willett.
The Physical Education Department offers n broad program of activities in order to provide for the
needs and interests of the girls. Physical Education work is required of all students through the tenth
grade, and one-fourth credit a semester is given for satisfactory worlc. The course is elective for other
According to the state program, three activity periods and one health period are provided for each
week. The health work consists of projects in which definite work is planned for the correction of
defects and improvements in the health of the girls.
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I Left to Rlght Back Row Mary Ellzabeth Sanders Natha Lee
Phllllps Vlrglnla I-hllmarla Mary Wauqer
Front Row Emma Catherme Pmcher Vrrgmma Brown Bobble Davxs
2 SAILOR DANCE
Left to Rneht Frances Plppln Imogene Peterson Sara Ellen
Team games stunts o anc p d l ndlvldual ames and posture
work are included ln the physxcal education class period Tournaments ln rmg tenms table tenms shuf
fleboarcl croquet horse shoes and paddle tennis are orgamzed ln the gym classes to determme the class
champions These cluampxons compete after school for the school champlonshnp An mtramural pro
gram of volley ball basket ball and baseball ms planned and wmners of each sport are determined by
round robm tournaments
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Left to Right: Rirst Row-Doris Ghee, Mary G
Smith, Eunice Aldrich, Norma Freeman.
Second Row-Joyce Thrash, Margaret O'Brien,
Third Raw-Ruby Frazier, Natha Lee Phillips
Lef: to Right: Louise Ledbetter, Mary Walker
Viviette Stockman, Ruth Higginbotham,
Vonnie Ruth Moore, Frances Pippin, Chris
2. BASKETBALL CHANIPIONS OF 1936.
Left to Right: First Row-Mary Walker, Captain.
Second Row-Margaret OyBrien, Margaret Dish-
man, Jewell McAlpin, Natha Lee Phillips,
Third Row-Ruth Higginbotham, Thelma Rad-
cliff, Emma C. Fincher,
4. PADDLE TENNIS
Left to Right: Frances Pippin, Emma C, Fincher,
Points which are earned in these activities enable a girl to make her letter. A girl who earns 800
points is awarded a school letter and is eligible to attend the district Play Day at Jacksonville. A girl
who earns 1200 points is awarded a state letter and is eligible to attend the State Play Day at Monte-
vallo. Thirty-two girls enjoyed the State Play Day this spring.
The Junior Sports Club and the Senior Sports Club are composed of girls who have earned letters.
The Leaders' Club, First Aid Club, and Tap Club are also sponsored by the Physical Education
A Volley Ball Sports Day, sponsored by the Leaders' Club and the Sports Club is the big event of
the fall, Five nearby schools are invited to bring two teams each. The girls are divided into teams after
they arrive and play with each other during the morning. This year the plantation idea was used
throughout the Play Day, the teams were designated by vegetable cut-outs and the cafeteria tables were
decorated with negro mammies of crepe paper, piles of red apples and cotton bolls tied with red and
black ribbon as place cards, A program of negro clogs and square dancing was enjoyed after lunch.
Miss Louise Shelton is the instructor for the seventh and eighth grade girls and Miss Harriet
Barnes instructs the ninth and tenth grade girls.
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Mosr BmLuANT erm- CARLETON STERNE
MOST CHARMING GIRL
FAVORITE FRESHMAN-MARY FRANCES ARBERY
SUNNIEST SOPHOMOP1E"GEORC1E THORNTON
JOLLIEST JUNlOPQ'LFsLEE WILLETT
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