Annville Institute - Saw Briar Yearbook (Annville, KY)

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DEDICATION SCENES SCHOOL Faculty Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Junior High ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS HUMOR QIIIDNUENES Because she has had such a calm, comforting, and loving influence on the student body of Annville Institute almost since its beginningg because she has had such a great part to play in the shaping of its ideals, and because the reverence and respect shown her, comes V so spontaneously and unanimously from all who have ever attended this in- stitute, we, the Class of '34, do dedicate this the first edit- ion of the Saw-Briar to MOTHER WORTHINGTON. -li-dn " 533 ' ff' -2 ' f,Qf'bg9f3'f' :H--w f 1 .,'--If , E. , ' , R' 5 W ,,4,+', wg' ,fg.L5.,3 F, , : , -L 4' ' IEA: .1 1 y .. J P 'feflif ' x - YAZFQ -' L' Q W J, iirgif . 5-me ., , . .3 "fi 151551: ,Q-1 21 ., ,. ', . 1 ' V- ,. E ' LF '1 . 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We know you will overlook the mistakes in the drawingsg and we hope that, in the fut- ure, our efforts will results in many pleasant memories both of the campus life and the 35800- iations you have had with the varlous workers who have been in authority this year. Saw-Briar Staff ,.,...a.... ......... .ii , --....,.- LiVCOLE hill ,ll vw, ,:,- - Y Y Y Y , , -V -.Q,--QI ,----.- I hqssm I ',::im ' L N... Y Q ---.llugv 5 ,, -v,- hill 'I I-z HX-M -3 i,...-,, - I ,-' .... ' ' 3 . - -.. ', iv- --A: 5 y ..-1.l:-..::,- 1 Q A wi ,,-.iJi.i.....g i,,fffiL..i..',f.s ,Nemo is ilgqfff TZLLT' WVU '..--. f.g.-,, -.--I -,..,.,..... ..., wwe fimiuiuuig ffi!.h5iiLiff!UE f1lV"'Ufl'7YW, .. ...... ..i. -. , , .. , , , ,,-..-, .,- V S r ..,l 'Nc 1 g l X-,,,,,.,,.i -,V-, -,,, i ,.--'.':.,-"".. . -. .. , ,ll- ,.----1 ...fi- w-,,,..---" ,..- " - . 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He is quick to commend when we have succeededg he is sympathetic in our failuresg and he has shown an active interest in pfomoting all school activities. Much of the school progress is due to his efficient guidance. o 9 x -il ,f ,---m sflfm- oo of X T: F53 el, i-gg-455.5 - i' lil ,EH Q1 'ffl ' 'i ,dig 7- glml ii llllsl Hu El El +.h.s- 151-3-fL11gy41lmslgs4,5ff+MlQ T "--' ' l.-- -- -vq4',Tt4:i::T' ---T----Q--7 ILLD L-'-'S2,9Za':f.3:-3 fl If H U Ill I M-1 , -..i.i. -... A, ,,-,-,-- mrssslu: Q "' M -f- ---- ,I Xi ,,, I -F,,. ,f ,,,,....-f- ...,- - ,ff ' "" P, Z-5 . ,,,-, ..,.- .Xxx y X I 1 x ' l 1 VCRTHIHGTOJ HfLL -Qi-Xi, - --it Ps P Dain of Girls, Nuftnerm Worthington has been an help in the lives of the girls of Aunville Instituto. Sha hos been k i n d, patient and sympa- th9fiC, to all. She has exerted a wonderful influ- ence in the shapinm of their oharnoters. Sho has de- voted hor life in sorvice of others. We Pppreciate minyg but we love HMother I 10 ll fx " I Q Alf: J X 1 1' nr ll, 's - ll 1 ' 2 Jfpl' X IW 14X i .! . I A iTxNVveg UN S. , 1: i ffufigg. X Qgww X JQ , FV: 1 , -X 4 ' ,- -, - lj 4 , rr-.fm Q--J -..Z l x 4--f N xl nxxx X mx I I W' 'MQW 'U 9 W H ll?J'IH lei Y' Aff rff. ' - -. - .. - .. ... rx NH .1 N l . N l v,. - - , L 1, I r V . .... -, 'sqm 'I - +1 - -l. .EQIEXIYFILE E H3 H VA I ilu ' LAFSING HELL , , . . 1 , ' Vrs. Dubbink has been matrcn'of Lansing Hall for four years. During that Period, she has been e most efficient and economical manager of the dining hall. Also she has been 9 wonderful companion to UMother.W 11 Viv ,meofjg W WOOSTER HALL ...I '--',. 4, A if-fe me Q '45 Tillla Q 'T IM! e. - Q l- 1:1 .J Lisa mE' u u u al' D u '.1 4.1 u 1.IX'T.'1 s.:'CI".u 1174.4 LJ' it WI ref ill 1 VH 5- K I ,IZ--7 F" +1 r-1 . !. C17 Ei H gel Z 'M-fsfie i A ' ff :le ff l i l -l. -.lg1g It Y, W n-fn,--Q.v,,1 X As farm-manager, he always gets the best end of the bargain, and always finds plenty of work to keep the boys busy. As Deen of Boys, you can feel Certain that no mischievous deeds will escape h i s attention. Je, generally, find a smile on his face. . We can always expect a cheerful greeting from,his wife. We can say that a 1 l the boys, on and off the Campus, like Mr. and Mrs. Oppeneer. f ' e f l. 12 D x 5 I L xi tx Xl rx qi ' GYMNASfU'M 45 l X E 1, I422f?Eg?g?i??5xiixn.1Nx?5fXitlxx2T?X:NX i ff'-Q-fe-, :SNxxNNNXXxxx X Q J ff 1' 5' 'yi' 1 X e 1-7 ii' i fi' i illlbauf-M1?3f5UT2"iFir'iYfE13135015 '?p?H?nullhlgggiiE?EfEgijEgi-HlLki5E:Eiili' 'Lf--1, Q i-Qf tj: if ' n i n af 5 ',,f"'ffff""f:Zi:Ej3EgLZ,,!xxi5i:FxEX:FwbXXx l? , 5 ' Refi? Q' Z1 2 X :SN Nil? x X When we think of the activities centering a- round this building, we think ofr the athletic asso- ciation which has made our athletic schedules pos- sible. It has organized our pep squads, handled the-business connected with the playing of games, - and financed our teams. We wish to express our ap- preciation to all of its officers and members. 13 ..9 -V. - ..-- Y I l 1 COMMUNITY HALL x ""'T- X , .-'v N Lfifs L 'l'ff-.1757-art-Y s. Q u xi l ,' N- yi 'H Nfl N- 'L NN' R X' " ,i .W N... - l X n V 1 WL-J-'F L Q V X ' il"'l -" f lm if l H Q t M H, if I 'L-ivT71nn7::p:- .., - - If .-. , . X .J If f "fl "i 5Uf'ff'7LQ.fj2!5fW :L."..."""""'l..,.......4 LIJ4 J Jig.. 5 A ' by -hz I-,-.,...,..,i.-., x' V , , fe i f -v-+1 12 WH it l H , ,i ,Q as f , at 'W few-f-l 'J-'31-1'-"J:-'M-.yu fcfizf IJ l .ff ,. exft- if XL!! fy J X 'af' s ff , Q. D 'A XX K' X . A if-ii Thi is onelo tljlelmost p ul 1' buildings on the cmriiis The sch ol assembles he- three times each week or Chapel Exercises. All student activities, l uwhic. are given for the benefit of the school as a 5 'hire p, are given injthis building, makingqtgmore or ' jess e ccmmunityjcefmtier. 'X A .7 If 5 R S lj! 1' 1 'f im- ii, . K 1 X X, I fl f If X f f i .I I 4. f x X P Xxi 14 1 4 THE CHURCH , -F fffxi i if-A '- We kim I fi Ei wma ,...,...,.,i'Q H5 A i . Q 7? XXXK es f Annville Institute was established, nurtured, and sustained by this one man. As Superintendent, he has given us one of the best educational institu- . tions in this section. As pastor of our church, he has held before us the highest ideals. We always look to Mr. Worthington for guidance and enlighten- ment' and we are never disappointed. 15 ,...-..,... ui. . ..-....,...., A-:Ji-Y 'Ami KA. ,h LMA-D MIA X.. 12 A H O S P I T A L fi - , VX- - 5 44 W fifiem Wg W rp 'NV i 'I-ri if -. Her many years of faithful and efficient service has endeared Miss Anna Van Dyke to the hearts of all the students of Annville Institute. As attending nurse, she is patient and sympathetic with a l l her patients. She enjoys attending the sick and the suffering. Relieving the distressed and helping the needy seem to he her main objective in life, She is a vital pert of the work at Annville. Mention must he made of the work Dr. Wathen is doing in connection with the health W o r k of the institution. Dr. Wathen has only been with us for three years. As attending physician, he has helped us through several epidemics which, Without his help might have proven very serious indeed. 16 x X I i i 1 ! TRACY HALL xii, J A Qigxxi f' ' wiiiiiii- 1' ' H iiilmf by-we-t Kr Q V . Q ,nl if-fr, n A if tfilgik 'FQ n if ' h..J 's--M. e-:sl """ XX . C! 5 f ZiT-....gE?i'l',jls-1"fTiE5X ff? fe MUHHYIQHQ 4 Q h f 5-QXQQX-lf! M 5 D s sw ! A very'he1pful and sympathetic worker of Ann- U ville Institute is Miss Heusinkveld. She is assist- ent superintendent and Works with all her surround- . ings in a very kind, and patient manner. She iss generwus ana thoughtful of others. She is success- 4 ful in all her undertakings. . X e P F7 V V I w if MOST BEST MOST MOST MOST MOST MOST ' BEST LEST POPULAR LOOKING STUCHOUS BASHFUL AVVKXNARD CHEERFUL OUTSTANDI ATHLETE DRESSED BIGGEST FLIRT NEATEST CUTEST LAZIEST SISSIEST SILLIEST HOMLIEST TEACHERS PET BIGGEST GOSSIP BIGGEST TOM BOY MO NG WALK 2iil CK BALLOT BOYS Elmer Carson Morton Smith Eugene Young Robert Mahaffey Bill Wood Morton Smith Morton Smith Roy King Russell Crafi Elbert Moore Charley Lewis Lucas Nelson' Elmer Carson Russell Crafi Nat' Capeless Nat Capeless Clydo McGee Roscoe Smith GIRLS Georgia Rader Beulah Pope Mabel Vaughn Dorothy Morris Dora Rader Beulah Pops Marie Wyaii Dorothy Petty Wilma Bolner Verna Patrol Georgia Rader Ruby McNeill Alma. Dlvis Verna Parrot Alpha Bennett Dalha Turner Evelyn Lake Lore-ne McGee fjggfxh . ! fl.-iw-M ' f 'K F'-7: ' ii fl!! QNX If! , ,Le J f f ?' 7 , ,I V ,f f f 1 if f ,Z f X X4 1 5011109095 Those happy momsuta enjoyed while hun, amid all ol nur toll, wlll fads in our rumo- rius as 3-can roll on. May Qhln notion make our studcnl day: morn vivii and rul nfhr our studies have been forgotten and moo! oi our school-day hiendshlpe have bean replacnd. Bmw-Brllr SMH I '--"2 5' gy 'f , 5 fi I Wxww ?+"T1'ffffwf2A 1 , Rxwswwwx .T,,-,-,,, ---,-..EiQQLTI.. ,.......................1 2.1. EIHSEESEINEENEENE This Institution owes its existence to the vision and foresight of Mr. Worthington.. More than twenty years ago, he travelled through these hi!Is of Kentucky and standing on what is now called Tank Hill, looklng across a beautiful valley, he dreamed ol this Institution. Holding this dream ever before him, he has toiled and struggled until this school has, reached its present prop- orticns. Cther schools may be Iargerg other schools may have gained greater reputations abroadg but few schools are cherished bv its graduates and friends as this one ls. Indeed we can say, that the ideals instllled into 'he hearts of its students, will compare with those of any secondary school. And though, as students we cannot always under- stand the reason for the restrictions meted out to us, we have faith in the man who gives them. What we do not understand now, may become clearer as time goes cn. We feel sure that our convlctions are voiced unanimously by the student body of Annville Institute. Saw-Briar Staff ,, I l i l . I l . l F5975 .N A-A 11- x. -. 5555, , . -if-15 MEX 515: 'I ,N --Ei' -:-.. , . Front Row: Miss Hundley, Miss Moore, lliss Markus, Mies Wier- enga, Mrs. Wathen, Dr. Wathen. Second Row: Mrs. Oppeneer, Miss Gribbruk, Miss Zwemlr, Mlsl Dyka, Miss Heusinkveid. Tnird Row: Mr. Oppeneer, Miss Van Dyke, Miss Ton, Miss Vald- man, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Wilson. Fourth Row: Mr, Langdon, Mrs. Dubbink, Mr. Krlizenga, Mr. Watts. , Back Row: Mrs. Worthington, Mr. Worthington, and "Mother" Worthington. Absent: Mr. Dunigan. vhs M. J. Dubbiuk Holland, Michigan Matron M Notherly J Jolly D Dependable Graduated from Hope College Preparatory School. Came to Annville in 1929 T. H. Dunigan Annville, Kentucky Prlncipal and Teacher of Science T. Tectful H. Handsome D. Drenatic Graduated from Annville Institute, 19255 A. B., Uni- versity of Kentucky, 19503 Taught in McKee, '27,'28, '29, '5Og Came to Annville Institute, 1950. --..-Q -. u---. -n Miss Bessie Dyk Strasburg, North Dakota Teacher of Mathematics and Latin B. Bashful Do Graduate of Northwestern Classical Academy, Orange City. Iowag A. B., Central College, Pelle. Iowag Taught for two years in Public Schools of' North Dekotag Came to Annville Institute, 19285 Attended Peabffdy Cvllege, Nashville, Tennessee. 24 0 - I ,, . A O . o - D . --......--..----..-.-- Miss Gladys C. Gribbroek I Rochester, New York Teacher In Grades G. Graceful C. Cute G. Girlish Gieduate of Rochester High Schoolg' Attended Ro- chester City Normdlg Taught in Rochester Public- Schoolg Came to Annville Institute, 19273 Hobby-- Readirf Detective Stories. -.-----------..n-4-- Miss Emily E. Heusinkveld Maurice, Iowa Assistant Superintendent E. Entertaining , E. Earnest T H, Helpful , ' ' Graduated frmu Maurice Public High Schoolg Graduate of Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minnesota, 19193 Wes bookkeeper in Mfznkuto for nine monthsg Came to Annville Institute as Secretaryg After three years, became Assistant Superintendent of the Insti- tution. . ' f A Miss Minnie T. Hundley . Annville, Kentucky Weaving and teacher in grades ' - - - M, Merry . ., ' TL Tiny H. Humorous 9 Attended Annville Institute and Maryville High Schoolg A, B., Hope College, Holland, Michigang Taught in public schools of Michigan for three yenrsg Cmne to Annville Institute, 19513 Attended Berea Col- lege. 25 H. 3. Kruizenga Spring Lake, Michigan Teacher of English and History Athletic Coach EE, Hinxgan A. Athletic K. Keen A. B., Hope College, 1930: A. M., Universitv of Mich igan, 19513 Cane to innville Institute, 1932. , I. T. Langdon "M fmnviile, Kentucky Repair and Haintenance I Iiteresting - T. Tmnperumental L,:Lurge Born in Perry County, Kentucky: Came to Annville In- stitute, 19143 Ncted for his musicil family, W . X, , . . . , ..-....---.---------. Miss E. A. Markus Indianapolis, Indiana Teacher of English ' E. Energetic A. Artistic X: Modern A. B., Butler University Teacher's Collegeg Taught in public schools of South Dikotag -Came to Annville Institute, 1927. ' V" A 26 ' Miss H. E. Moore Franklin, North Carolina Tcachcr of Home Econmaics H. Hmnmrous A E, Efficient ' ' M. Mock l A . A. B. Maryville College, Haryvi11cQ Tcnnossecg Taught for fcw years in Tenncsseog Home to Annvillc Insti- tute, 19'4f', Alfred Oppeneer Hingham, Wisconsin Farm Manager and Dean of Boys ' AA. Ambitious "O. Orderly- f 3 . Iarricd in 19215 Dicky Jo was born in 1925. Came to Annville in 1921 as Farm'Hannger, Became Dean of Boys in 1929. ..- -....-.-..-..---...-.. Mrs. A. H. Oppeneer Hingham, Wisconsin Music ' A. Affcctionnte H. Musical O. Optimistic Graduate of Cedar Grove Academy, Ccdir Grove, Wis- consing Taught in Hnnville Institute one year.4 27 - Miss Esther Ton Clymer, Few York Teacher of Civics and History E, Esrnest 1. Lruthful Th. B., Gordon College, Boston, Mnssachusettsg At- tended Rochester University and New York State Hor- V "r mol Schoolg Taught in public schools of Kew -orsg Camo to Annville in l929ai ' -...A-..--...-..-.-...--..- Miss Anna Marie Van Dyke Holland, Michigan Institute Nurse A. Agrcesble V. Viriucus D. Diplmnntic Clerked in dry goods store for five yearsg Took cor- respondence course in nursingg Came to Gray Hawk, Kentucky in 19113 After two years at Gray Hawk, en- tered Wesley Memorial Hospital and finished trdining in 1917. Cmne to Annville, Kentucky in summer' of same ycor. Miss Helen M. Veldman Grand Rapids, Michigan Secretary H. Happy H. Musical V. Vivncious Graduate of Grand Rapids High Schoolg Came to Ann- Ville in 1931. 4 'TO Dr. C. P. Wathen Letterbox, Kentucky Attending Physician C. Capricious A. Adulatory W. Witty Graduate of Annville Instituteg A. B. Maryville Col- legeg M. D., University of Louisville. Spent two years in the warg Sometime Health Gfficer in Colore- dog Cane to Annville as Attendant Physician at t h e Institution in 1950. ----Q..----..-----. John 13. watts N. Lost Creek, Kentucky Business Teacher J. Jocose B. Brilliant W. Whimsical Spent eighteen months in the World Warg Graduate of Eastern Kentucky St te Normal Schoolg A. B., Eastern Kentucky Stfte Teachers Collegeg Diploma from Exten- sion Department of Webster University,Atlantag Geor- gisg Came to Annville in 1929. ---------- ------ Miss Hilda'Wierenga Grand Rapids, Michigan Head Bookkeeper H. Honorable W. Willing Born in Netherlendsg Came to Amerioa,'19lO at age of 12 yeersg l918-1922, Hope Preparatory Schoolg 1922- l924, Chicago Presbyterian Hospitals 1924-1925, Hud- sonvilleg Came to Annville in 1925g'l95O, became United States Citizen at London, Kentucky. .Qi 29 Clifton Wilson Egypt, Kentucky Purchasing Agent C. Cheerful W. Wistful Graduate of Annville lnstituteg 1929, State Highway Departmentg Married in 19293 Came to Annville in 1952. ---.----Q-----pn-- in-5'. -K. E. 'fran-hingtcn Burlington, Iowa Dean of Girls K, Kind E. Earnest W. Willing Born in Illinois, l854. Educated in schools of Iowag Moved to Florida from Burlington, Iowa, 1884. Taught in IOWQ, Florida, and Missouri, Came to Kentucky, 19103 First and only Dean of Girls i n Annville Institute. lbs. W. A. Worthington Holland, Nichigan Teacher of Music H. Hcpeful Z. Zealous W. Willing Hope College, 19005 Taught Cedar Grove Academyg Came to NcKee, 19073 Taught two yearsg Married in McKee, 1909: Came to Annville in 1909. 50 Q1 I Rev. W. A. Worthington 1-x J' F- '- Lusrrs, ficrids Superintendent of the Institution W. Worshipful A. Animeting W. Wise Born, Eopler Grove, Eoone County, Illinois, Ney 50, 18773 Moved to Lake Ccunty, Florido, 18525 Left High School in ISQS because of Florida freeze of 15955 Worked es grocery clerk at Sanford, Florida, before attending, Rutgersg Wes ordained minister end com- missioned to Indie in l9C5g Came toIKentuoky for sum mer work and remained to found Annville Institute. Eustis Seminsry CHigh Schoolli Rutgers Collegeg New Brunswick Seminary, Honorary Degree, M. A., Rutgers College, 1929. ----..-...--........-- Miss Marie K. Zn-enter Holland, Kionigan Primary Teacher M. Modest K. Kind Z. Zealous Graduate of Northwestern Classical Academy, Orange City, Iowag Kindergarten Training School, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Western State Normal School, Kala- mazoo, Hichigang Taught in Iowa, Michigan Public Schools, and McKee, Kentucky. Came to Annville Inst- itute in 1959. El October November AUGUST August August September September Septsrber September October October bctober October October November November December Deccrbcr December December December March March zlpri 1 Lpril April gpril gpril 18 April May LLN- 'Y Ln' 25 25 26 14 16 19 u4LETUnR icnvol cpgvs end work stsrtr with Q roar of the Junior Class. high School Mixer. Meeting of Pcrcnts-Teachers hssociition. Meeting of Student Council. Baseball gone with lily. The shine has left Ruby McHeill's eyes for the beloved UShinen his gone to the distant Cumberlgnd College. 29 The Seniors give the Worthy Juniors Q pf rtjj . ll The Junior Class had LH irgument. 12 Student Council met again to seal some- cne's doom. 13 Junior Cliss picnic. 14 4 privite Detective vos hired to find the person whv stole CnQnlcy Lewis's heart. 20 Examinations ind hey! 21 When, writ Q relief thot examinations are thraugh. C 20 Who can solve thc mvstsry that ovcr-shad- ows L'nsing Hall and Viings 9 irown to the brow of tie fair girls. 25 Thanksgiving Vacition begins. 28 Beck from hose end what a Lcginning for a Kew Term? 2 Bgsketbnll game with Cntidi 9 Who can solve thc mysteryzis to Charles iii'-ind Clyde Cunnigrn scrnading Lansing Hall. 21 Examinations agiin. 22 Someone stole Minninj's girl. 25 Christmas vacztion bxgins. 5 Eesketball Tournrnent. 9 Play by Drumatic Club. 14 Coach lost his temper. 17 Chirles Lewis curled his heir. It rained. 20 Sophomore picnic. 28 Gym Exhibition. SO 1 3 2 . Y 3 A Beccclrureate Sermon Junior-Senior Picnic. Freshman Plzy. Commencement Exercises. 32 AwW ff? Q Z Q. Q l 9 1 3? f 2 W' I ff fi 1-5-:. J U4 ""' ..i - , ig-S -1.. .. ,,- '-'-I- ,..-u ,,,--- A Cimsss 35 SAV-BRIAR SIEFF The activities of the school year of l952-l933 of Jnnrille Institute hos been somewhat different than the ectiwities of any ngevious school year. The publication of the year book is one thing thft is new in the history of the Institution. It is usually hard to make s success of something that is different. Whether this publication hes been P suc- cess, ve lesvt to the reader. 'S decision in this matter difficult one. I think it or Class is responsible ess, the year beck staff responsibility. Some mem- Pegsrdless of the rerder thc task has been 5 rather is ffir to sny that the Juni for this project. Heverthol borne the bulk of the has tors of the staff have accepted the responsibility more willingly and to o greater degree than others. I think mention should be made of those who have done most to make Q success of th: project. In refer- ence to the foregoing stetemcnt, Beulah Iope is easily first. She has worked as much es dll the others com- bined. Others who deserve honorable mention ere, Ruby Hcheill, Karie Jody, sdd Vending Ceudill. lieineging Editor' Beulah Pope ' ,., -vw- Litortry editor Elsie Johnson Assistent Literary Editor Georgie Heder fthletic Editor Roy King fssistsnt Athletic Editor Ruby McNeill Festuro Editor Nnrie Jody Pdvertising Msnager Henning Csudill Fssistont fdvertising Heneger Clyde McGee 54 9 xx A 2 N EQ - f' , Q N W" !9-2 jx x E.f' li? f Ay, W ff m, l NJ T-XNNI EUS lg V'1'u" ! frf l f 4 A 1 rl N bl! Htl 1 Xiwflf' W Q X xx L N V ' X2 3' d ' 'WE J 'W' f WW Jf W"" SENIOR CLlSS PRESIDENTS ilVlES,SAGE Now, that we, the Senior class, have come to the end of our high school course, we should think of the hardships that are to come. Perhaps, you will recall our first year in high school, how trying and difficult it seemed to be, how discouraging and gloomy it was to us. Probably you feel that way now, as you are about to embark out another and more difficult voyage, but just remember how we overcame those times, when we were without much experience. You are now more fully prepared for this more difficult task. You have had a wonderful training here at Annville Institute and should feel prepared to go on tc higher lhlngs in tife. Now just a word of thanks to those who have helped ns through our high school course. First of all we wish to especially extend our thanks to Mr, Dunigun for his oo- operation and the aid he has given us. We certainly thank him for his wise and patient directing of our play. Miss Moore and all former sponsors of the class deserve praise for the steady attention they have given thc class. The class also wishes to extend their thanks and appreciutions to Mr. Worthington, the teachers and the rest of the fazulty members. Ni-.v that we, the Senior class of 1933, are n- bout to depart from Annville Institute, we bid you one and all, farewell! , Estill Davidson J I, i ' -smn-.....i- .. ,,,4A, '-ff!! 'wyf , . . 1 ,,J,,! itil " lf,-,,-. 'Mfr R 2 ,, ,1 4 , 1 Sai, Standing: Left to Right: Roscoe Smith, Marlo Reynolle, Eugene Marie Cunnagiu, Elbert Moore, Christine Luke. Lorraine Payne, Alpha Benneli, Molly Hlgnite, Mabel Young, Kneeling: Vaughn, Ruby Curmagin. Sitting: Eslill Davidson, Cleda Lee, Morton Smith. MOTTO: The higher we cllmb, the broader the vlew. COLORS: Salmon Pink and Blue. FLOWER: Sweet Pea. . 5 X 'N . .I l 'u Lennctt, Aloha Gray Hawk, Kentucky. NShc was always safe in her home at darkj And never went riding around the park.U Home Economics Club 55 Dramatic Club 45 Glee Club l,2,5g Student Council 55 A.A. 2,55 C. E.g Senior Play. . Cunnagin, Marie Bond, Kentucky. !. ?-. Nlhou weareet upon thy forehead clear The freedom of a mountaineer: A face with gladness overspreadlu Dramatic Club 45 Literary Club l,2g Glee Club l,2,5g High School Quartet l,2,5g , C. E.: Senior Play. Cunnagin, Ruby Bond, Kentucky. HGive me my school-work Content then I'll beg Nothing elsegI'll mention Excepting just-aLee.U i l Vocational Club 53 Art Club 45 President 4. Davidson, Estill Annville, Kentucky. HIS happy as a lover.u Class President 5,4f Vocational Club 5: Jo rnalistic Club 45 School Paper 4Q Easketball l,2,5,4g Student Council 5,43 President 47 C. E.5 Senior Play. 58 Hiqniie, holly Bond, Kentucky HHonour, anger, velour, fire, A love that life could never tire Deafh quench or evil siir The Ligniy Easier gave to ner.H Vocational Club 31 Drematic Club 4' lake,Cnristine Liddle Fork, Kentucky. UDevinaly tall, and most devinely fair.H Art Club 3' Draretie Club 45 3.3.5 Pray- er Leeting Committee 45 Glee Clubf Se- nior ?lay. Lee, Clede Tyner, lvn+ufky. Hln presence of elders, she held her tongue, lne way they did when ine world was young.H Tyner High School F1 Science Club Eg Dramafic Club 3,45 Class Secretary 4: Student Council 43 A.A. 3,4j C, E, lcore, Elbert Tyner, Kentucky Nlhe cheer of whoee laugh and pleasant word, Husned all murmurs of discontent.U Tyner High School 25 Science Club 55 0Dramatic Club 3,43 Glee Club 5,45 ACH. 45 Q. L.g Senior Play. W n gy I . 59 Q I Payne, Lcreno Bond H , Konivcky. Corpel me no+ To +o: The Fark, be ever grim and true? but rather lei no do inc Things Tint I cufht uct io do.H Hoiw Bcoromics Cluh 33 Dragatic Club 4' A.A. E,4' Class ?rfsidenL Q5 Berea Col- lege Sumner Session l95?' d,L.j Senior Play. Reynolds, Larie Tyner, Kentucky. 1 Hrull of penile kindness hor looks and language urc.H Hone Loon mics Club Sf Dramaiic Clvb 4 Glee Club l,f,5,4g A. A, 5,4T Band 4 5.3, Class Secretary Fr Senior Play. Smith, Morton .Q13Vill2, Kentucky. HNow vhilf life is raw and new, Drink it clear, drink if deepln London H i g h School l,?g Berea High School Br Vice-Eresident Class 4j Stu- dent Council 4' Home Economics 43 Se- nior Play. Suith, Roscoe Bradshaw, Kentucky. Ulu nrgving, too, all will own his skill I For even though vanquished, he could argue still H Vocaficnal Club 3 Dramatic Club 3,4 School Paper Sh Glec Club ?j 40 ,I VaupLn,lQ?fl Cornelius, Kcniuckyg UHer Skioif Home Glee modest answer and graceful air her wise and good as she is fair.H Economics Club 43 Dramatic Club 4' Club 43 5. S. Class Presideni 4? Young, Eugene Banford, Kentucky. UHe's just a dreamy sort of friend, Not hard to talk with or comprehend.n Art Club 5,4g Journalistic Club President 3: School Paper, Ediior 55 Orchestra 25 Band 3,45 S.S. Ulass President 45 Student. Manager of A.A. 41 Sulutatoriani Senior Play. 41 Glass Hiftory In tho fall of '29, a troop of twenty-four en- thusiastic freshmen descended upon the campus of Ann- Ville Institute from all directions, frmu the valleys, hills, and lowlands of Jackson and Leo counties. Ji the Friday evening if the first week, We were initiated into the woys of high school life by the up- per classmen at the high school Hhixeru. No pain or embarassment was spared us then. During the progress of the following weeks, we became an organized class with Hooma Uunnigan, Pres- ident, and Miss Wilkens, Sponsor. Our class soon be- gan to make itself known, bein: represented on the varsity baskettall team by Estill Davidson. Almost before we knew it, our freshman year had passed, our greenness had disappefred, and nie sumnnr vacation was over. Our Sophomore year was ahnost a replica of the first. Yet, when we came together, we found, to our regret, thtf our number had decreased to sixteen. lorene Payne was elected president and Liss Larcus was our Sponsor. Then our president failed to return at the beginning of the second semester, Our vice-president, Morgan Powell toik h e r place. Toward the end of our sophomore year, our class made a name for itself, through the presentption of the Play, Hhodernizing Aunt Linnien. During this year we entered nore and more into the activities of the school and the activities of the Class became more varied. Our friendships and pleasures increesed, for we were beginning to know each other better. lhe Institute began to neon more to us, for, ty this time, we were gaining some idea of the nean- ing of its standards. 0 our third year of high school life began under a different circumstance, for we had the supervised study system. Estil Davidson was elected president this year and Mr. Dunigan acted as sponsor. This year xvas marked by two events of importance. AT the begin- ning of the year our class was invited to a party given by the Seniors and toward the close of the year, our class responded by giving the Seniors a picnic. our class was becoming even more well known. Esfill WHS Brill our repregcnfetive on the beekerbell Team. We also SCE? w3tlll, Lafl, and nlihi io ygyygggjf Thg Clase on the newly irgcznizted 2,1-Lldgfii gtg,-Lmcil, ln a ehorf time exime wer- upon us, leaving us eomewhar eiunneo and Fevildered, hui we recovered in time to irij merrily away wifh the crowd for our sum- xier vacaficn. After three rontls of recreation in the corn- fields, we returned refher enihrsieeticelly for our Senior year, which we have riqhffully considered The , most importani ysar of all. Lien Koore and pr. Dunigan were our Syoneors, for it was new nocneenry for ue to have as many as possible to settle our disputes. At our class meeting, we chose the following officers: Eetill Devidoon- -------- --Preeideni gorton Snith---------Vice-Presideni Cleo: lee------Secreiirj A Treasurer OUT liiflf nrxker gxllaftly ect forth upon This, our lee? year of high school life. Luther Bailey, Earl Smiih, and Virgin Cannigin Soon lift us and only fourteen reweined to cerry oh. however, we eftended to ihc usual business of ordering rinqs and arranging for Cormencemeni yrccefginge. Perties were nor neg- lected, for we attended fire? the Senior-Junior rarty ii Covmunity Hall. This Wes fillowed by a Hnllmve'en dinner and A Velertine Dey barry in the Howe Lconom- ics roam, where one of our Sponsors, kr. Sunnignn, shocked us by Telling of his engegemenr. The trip to thc McKee High School Senior Play and the entertain- ment provided ue by the Juniors also bring back pleas- ant Lemoyigs, ,The crowning ichicvemeni of The year, Came when we greeenied our Senior Play, Nlhe Drums of Deathu, to a very large crovo. And now ovr High School years are drawing to 3 Close. ns we look back in rerroepection, we cen't help but realize thet they were four happy ones. We gain Consolation in the fact that we will ever be carrying with us happy memories and the ideals which have been instilled in our hearts while attending Annville In- etitute. '43 --Christine Lake. CLPSS WILL TO WHOH IT MIY COVCERN:-- ,- Let it be known thet we, the Senior Cless cf 1933, being cf 2 ne mind and in full pos- eessicn cf ell :ur fdcvlties, do Crdnin end establish, an this the fourth day of' Hay, in :he year cf our Lord, nine- teen hundred end thirty-three, Sur last will end testament. First, Tc the Junicr Cliss, we give end bequeath our hermeny in settling fll :lass diecuesicnsg and our dignity, the same to be held in the highest esteem Fnd reverenced-to the utmcst if their rbility. Serend, Tc the school, we jive 'nd bequeath that which we mey have .ccsnglished fir the better ment of the szhccl, fnd our sincere epprecieticn fer the help it his rendered us during cur ecjcurn here. is individuals, we give end bequeeth t h e follcvihgzf- I, Elbert Madre, do give and bequeath to Ernest land, my fickle heart. l, Eugene Young, do give end bequeath to Elmer Wilson, my Sunday Walk tc Ecni, supplemented by my brillieney. 1, Roscoe Smith, do give end bequeath to Clyde TcGee, ty vanity and conceit. 44 I, Estill Devidsen, do give and bequeath to Robiri Nuhaffey, my pbillty in vthlgtics. I, Christine Lake, do give and beqieeth to Lorene McGee, My cinbufleged dignity, mhich has so effectively cemeemled my rampages. I, Clede lee, do give and bequeath to Kee Harris, my recipe for cutching beans. I, libel Vaughn, do give and bequeath to Elmer Carson, my HGUf6UQSLH and studiousncss, I, Lorena Payne, do give and bequeith to Elmer Wilson, my speaking Lbility, l, Alpha Bennett, do give and bequeath to Marie Jody, ny loyal heart so she sly revpim true to our classmete, Elbert. I, Hollis Higuite, do five and bequeath to Beulah Pope, HU susceptible heart. I, lorton Smith, do give and bequeath to Lann- lng Ceudill, ny sweet disposiiivn. ' I, Marie, Cunnngin, do give and beque th to Geraldine Lennett, ng ability to flirt. ' lastly, I, Ruby Cunnagin, do give and bequeath tO Tell Winston, my diet for reducing with I full J.. ' J. " J. directions as to how to use it best. Therefore, will and atftstcd and witncs of all the school authorities, to this, our last testament, legally to and duly signed sed in the presence we, the Senior Class of 1955 do hereby affixi our seal. ' --Amen--Selah. -Jdwfmmmgn. 1' 45 1 l DRUMS OF DEATH The very feet that rev of us slept soundly on the night of frril tme,ty-second is proof enough that the Seniors gave an e oellent socount of tgonselves in the perfcrmonee of the NDrums of Deatnn. forheps the Sen- ior play is the mast listing impression that a class mskes. When in later yenrs someone asks us,NUho was in the Cliss of"5E,H no doubt we will find ourselves try- Q ing to answer that ouesticn by trying to recall the cherecters of the Class nlny. Certfinly we shell not sfon forget the excellent interpretation of n vengeful Haitian negro as performed by Gene Young. We con still see him slinkinv along be- D hind us in the dark.--The seriousness of Elbert Moore's efforts at conscientiously filling Lis obligations end duties ss sheriff, provided us with nsny P chuckle that frequently grew into A hesrty lough.---The emphetic bearing cf' Lorene Payne in the rsle sf'Mrs. Gillette contributed generously to the success uf the play. We hope she dces not develop the sharp tongue she exhibit- ed in tnis plwy for use in everydsy life.---And who was not surprised at tue cnpoble performance of Morton Smith in the pfrt of Hr. Harley. Shrll we ssy he is a gentlemen of noise and personolity on the stage.---To play opposite Herloy, n more eopnble performer could not have been fcund than that disccvered in the prim, precise, end alleys ilensing iHtCIDIPfWti0U of the role of Prule Bailey by Christine Lake.---When Msrie Cunni- gen mide her nppeirrnee tn tue stsge 75 Miss Eugenie Bowles she was Eugenie Bowles. It is players who een throw themselves into 2 pert as seriously as Hsrie who mike us enjoy sf'ing ploys.---Well, we hfd enough fnith in Doctor Cfmeron to here made him our frwily doctor and then--whit o villfin he proved tc be. To Estill I Davidson-we must soy, NExcellcnt work, Hshclln old boyn. ---We were reody to pinch ourselves to be sure Celeste hid not put us into r trance, too. We nfpe ihrie Rey- nolds does not decide tc Uturn gypsyu sometime ond prec- tice her art cn us.---And egain, we hipe Alpho Bennett, may never be so Nnerve wcrnn es she wis in the part of Ins. Ooklcy.---Nonchslsnt. Yes. That is the wfrd that describes the role of young and churming Lmelif as per- treyed by Nobel Vaughn. fCURT,'IN:-D 4 I I P. S. Truly on excellent performonce. 46 f-wi fiHL RLSLRVQS The Girl Reserves were oiginized under The direc- tion of Kiss Ton, in ingust, l93?, with Q membership of szventeer. ihrouskout the ycir, they hive been Wctive- ly 5UQHFCd in cirrging but the gurpose of the club, HTO fnce life sqv 1 Q and to find and give the best.HTJen- ty dolls were sent at Christmrs te thi crippled chil- dren's Home in Louisville. n tea was given for twe ben- efit of the motiers. nt the end of the year Q Friendh shit bznquet brought the wart if the club to Q happy conclusifn. Cru Price has been our pr sident. HRT CLUB The nrt Club vis orggnized lest yeir with Miss Merlus, is sponsor, In joining the club, each member must be initiqted by presenting an original drawing of some other member. Odr nortreits wtre for from good, but th: Qbility srown was surprising. Jeny who had no idea of their Qbiliiy, now are enthvsinstie about dieir Work. ut present there ire Qlout L dozen members. M displiy vis given during demrencenent week. DR-LnTlC GLUE The Drnnutie Club hrs fulfillcd its proper fune- tions ne in titre-eurrieulfr ictivity this yeir by the opportunities it his offered to the students and the recrentidn afforded the yUD1iC. brder the able direction of Lr. Lunigag, tJenty-eight members have been kept busy tnrorghout this scncol year. gudienees have besn thoroughly entartiined by the productions, "Never i.in't", "Thanks f.wf'ul1oy", nnd "The House by the Side of the Wav". IUURJgLISTIC CLUB Tne Journslistie Club has ride rush progress this year under the direction of Lr. Krnizenge. Students have tiken an added interest in the sch ol piper. Much Of our success his been due to the cooperitivn of the student body. We generally The paper Wes t the year. , each issue. tion during 47 sold about sixty copies of Jnlerged to Q two-page edi- FO'E ECJ'C'II5 CLUB fV1tH ihs guidwmcs -T Liss IQ rc, tnis club hvs don: much Qxgzrimcnting in the lime ff cifking during the ycfr. is tive Wtut 11, ws inrr vcd swfficicntly tc frrwngc H bfnqnst f'r Qursclves tcwutus thc clcse of schfgl. The club ral 7U sriginsl msmbnrsnin if twelve, but tws drfpysd uvt. Sivcrnl b'ys were msmbsrs 'Ld Une ff tncm, Rty King wfs clectcd prrsiicut. GLEE CLU3 Fmsic hflds PM impfrt nt Ulfce in th: 'ctivitics Q Our schfrl wfrk. It is but thf nstwisl Glpressirn cf the gsy schfcl spirit. Our fnivillc lnstitutc club hfs fsr tus psst fem ycsrs given f musicsl prcgrfm scmctimc during ccmmfucsmsut wcer, but bscsuse ff Hrs. Warthinq- tCn's sicknass durinn tri winter, it vis impcssible tc hfve one this yenr. This past ywvr we recrgnnizcd with sn cnrillmsnt uf wpprfxinstely twsuty-fivt. Our cr'nninq vchicvcment Cfms in the proarhr givun su Evsttr ui'ht fsr the C. E. mssting. Bfth glse clubs t,vk psrt in the citcrt'inncnt Thc Junior High club vlsc swug Q few uvmb rs. Q lirgs Audience Qttnndid and Fll wsre vsry Pj rcci tive cf the prugrwm. BEAD The bsud hss been an Lstublishsi instituticn cn thc csmpus fer the psst few yefrs rnd tris yefr was nc sxcepticn. It was organized list f'll with Lr. Lsngdwn, directar. At present, 'there src seven mcmbLrs.This is the first ycfr thft girls hvvc buvn psrwittcd to jfin. WC were rblc tc find only ons night 1 veck ffr practice sud thcreffrw we were sble ti preyfre tnly v few selec- tifns far the public. The membership ffllvwsg- 1u1rry Lrngdcm ---- -Borit me Rishfrd Lfngdcn------Cfrnut Lucas NclsCn-- ' Nsris Rcynclds Eugene f'ung-- Orville Nolsou Wilmf ETtncr-- 49 --Ccruet --Ccruet ----Erss TI'ORT'fV' me Trrmb'uQ -C' .L I X ,N 5 Qgx ff4fQx-S6 fl W WS NAR ff KN M :fix N " T13 Eff ixmw QL ifjgslf V 9' lvv .l,,,jX'31':f Q X T' , if ,7f 'gif- N- iff JUNIQR cl! ss iw if CT' JUNIOR CLASS YiSTUKY n l in August, l93O, the caipus oz Ainvillc Insti- J ,fudents. Je tutc was again thronged with awbiuious 9.5 president, president, he fic: to C and but, goel. fe Droudly came next the vacation. went lla fl our 301116 also was sponsor. herman e Dreshnen then. They called Us Hgreenug but we E The other didn't mind. We or anized our class with Miss Loore Rader was unanimously chosen as officers were Hazel Roy Hayes, secretery Payne, vice and treasurer. But soon left us to become a winister, leaving the of ermen Rader. Ne had our Hhixern, parties picnics. We also had our trials and troukles: nevertheless we continued striving to reach our o.ut1u11n , :L s C' ll IJ M one of the l to other schoolsf oth C, ML' y..e.. ..,,i, 1. patroness. Roscoe Aznil vie'-ores retary and treasurer. Class Geomctryg Hlhe Idyl How, A. Kruize this year Our activ parties and picn others dates , . .ff . ls or iho Lin through l952 nga and Mr. J . Our office Hazel Payne-- Roy King----- Ruby McNeill- itics have b beck to the Annville oempus, ophomores, after a most happy failed to returng freshitsu ers merely quit. Ek vernl new wembers. This year, Miss Lercus Jo elected Roy Kin? president, ident, and Georgia Rader sec- We again had ovr good times, ics were grind. Some disliked ted HThe lady of the Lakeu and IU,--and who'd wonder? -li35, we , B. Watts rs fro' are Juniors. Mr. H, are sponsoring us ----- ---- ----President --------Vice-Eresident -Secret ry Q Treasurer. een more varied and enjoyable. Me have had many interesting things to discuss and do. Me are proud of ourselves for having started the yearbook publication. We are also proud of our three members on this years basketball squad, Roy King, Clyde McGee, and Jack Ison. We sincerely hope that next plish as much or more than accomplished. Our aspirat faith in our being able to other carry 50 ions ar year wc can accom- senior classes have e highg but we have them out. Carmen Rader -...M ,,, 4 V W I I ., 'iff 5, 'f""",- I Xl' .I J Q, Standing, Loft to Right Georgia Flader, Wilma Botner, Elsie Johnston, Willard Williams, Nlarie Jody, Elmer Carson, Beulah Pope, Jack lson, Sada Hedlock, Clyde McGee, Jessie Riley, Henry Rader, Vogel Holcomb. Kneeling, Leonard Moore, Elia Holcomb, Carmen Rader, Opal Johnson, Marie Wyatt, Ora Price, Lola Burger. Slttlngg Manning Caudill, Ruby McNeill, Roy King, Hazel Payne. MOTTO: Independent ever, neutral never. COLORS: Red and white. Lola larger Wilma Botner Elmer Carson Lanning Gaudi Etta Halcomb Vogel Holcomb Jack lson Marie Jody Elsie Johnson Opal Johuso: Roy King Sada Ledlock Clyde LQGQC Ruby McEeill Leonard Moore Hazel Payne Beulah Pope Ora Price Carmen Rader fJaCkD Liksblu, Large, Loynl. fbillyi 'Jilling,'Jinning, Waksful. fCarsonJ Engaging, Effective, fBerricsDhagneTic, Lannerly, nodish. CShortyD Lncouraging, Enjoyable, Lnerget fmraieb Viral, vigorous, vivid. C------J Joking, Jirring, Jumblsd. fCricketJLirthful, Merry, lischievous. fPreachcrlLnthusi1sfic, Eager, Lighieen. fbo-PcepOJbs:rvQnt, Obedicnt, Opiivisiic f Q ------ D 4 ------ J 4- ----- J Klfia cl-: J c ---n- J fHagueJ CEOOJ fSmilesl fEebcJ Roady, Rsasonatle, Reliable. Sophisficofsd, Souirwish, Silly Qomicnl, Clever, Chaity. Red-Head, Responsive, Reliable. Long, Loafing, Loud. Helpful, Honest, Hopeful. Boistcrous, Bright, Eoyish. Obliging, Optirisiic, Observant Curious, Cautious, Chitty. Georgia Radar fRaderl Gracious, Genial, Grave. Henry Rader fH9H7 N Handsome, Humorous, Hesitant. Jessie Riley CSpudJ Joyful, Jolly, Jealous. Willard WilliawsfBallardJwcarisome, Whimsical, Worldly. Marie Wyatt CWyattl Uimicing, Modest, Musical. 52 ic "X---+...,4 i I I 1 w I 1 4 2 1 I i I x I 5 5 I I I I I i N ! Y 3 a I 4 u I Ms Aw T 9 fX7iNi,U..L47uJ' ,fw fx J f 1 X l N M :Lf f Af m F W -THX FK ff! x 'Yb- fiyi 3 KN ' 1 few V Mg f JH I , it U X.-xiclf-7ij 2 fS Wf6ffNwnmb wu Sophomore Class 53 3 --'H--'-0+---A-me-----an-ng--A--f - -.YA .Y,,, l Y , V -I UEHmLR3'lASSEJSTEN Everybody likes gares and most rf us like a base- bell game. Soee strike out before they start to run, Others ggic first base, others second, some giin third ind some dive encugh yer everince to make the home stretch. Iigh school life may be likened to 1 baseball gene. Lanj strike out before they reach first base, so it was iz our Freshman yedr. 2 Let's turn beck the celender one yemr.- We see be- fore us assembled a large crowd of spectators on the old besebill dixmcnd at Annville, while the class of '55 stegs to the plete. We lead off with Charley Lewis as president. Je find the going rather rough and be- fore we 1 ici fir t, five of our number stop along the way. Some oi the highliphts cn our trip to the bose include the Junior High school bosketbnll team which was composed lirgely ol Sophomores and one of our number, Cassie Jones won the declamztory contest. Amid ull of our studies we hed Vary good times, but we were ready for vovation WHLH we reached first bcse. As we stcrt in the fell for second bQse'we lose Retha Davis, Cassie Jones, amd Samuel lvans. The rerainder stwrt for second base on August 25, 1952 with Net Cupeless as President, Lucxs Nelson, Vice- President, Dathe Turner, Secretiry, ind Verna Parrett, Treasurer. On the way from first to second die Sophom- Ores have tried to accomplish sore things. We have had a few pirtics and suppers and a few candy sales ind somewhere along the peth we lost three of our members, Cecil Dohnlley, 4rlie Tintcher, and Gertrude Bailey. We are onlv a few yirds from second btse with our hopes high for reiching third base with our full number. Dothn Turner 1 54 -.J ,Q I 1" , - --.-.F , , T 'iiiiii Standing: Lefl lo Flight, Bob MoNeill,- Charley Lewis. Nacy Teague, Russell Craft, Jerry Hacker, Orville Nelson, Bill Wood, Ernesl Land, Herbert Edwards, Robert Mahaffey. Kneeling: Mae Nelson, Dorothy Petty, Sylvia Gilliam, Ellie Barrett, Nellie Winston, Evelyn Lake. Silling: Verna Pm-rett, Dalha Turner, Nat Cspelass, Lucas Nelson, Matlie Moore. MOTT'O: Climb though the rocks bo rugged. COLORS: Blue and Silver. 1 ' ., lg ih' 1' UN .f lf, ,QQ ff" fi U'i7?f"5'f5':1::-T'-ffQ.-gf-1 1'.-'iff' V' tl f ' ' f !NLi ,fffx I si N: My 'R ' XM- as Nkx! ' '1 XE ix 2 " Q fff! Cllr: f lfU1TLfUfxLflJALn'f'f fJ!fLa1.jM"-1 J I ge :""r"""f ,,1"jx ...- M , , :J 5 ,I full! 5? 43111. I I .' 'rs-.JLNH Lf f I, 1 2 if ff Tff-ifr L 5 I 3 If LH 'f'--' NR. 11 4, 2 sg -z3,2fPqx x f A x ff 2 I'f!Jm xi I. X ix 'X ' 1 1 Nix X- S 'x,'x"x 4'..,.,x 'Q x,h tix' .vw !"?':,'. thx., , MXL? 1 , X, N mr, Q Q7- ff ' il ,f'fff1iiQllDYfH -46 mlfxfwf Freshman Class 57 77" " ,"'7-1 "' 5 Higbgir Ari CLASS FISTORY It the beginning of the year of 1953, the Fresh- men class started out with a membership of thirty- three. But, one by one, our number decreased until now we have only twenty-four sturdy members, pushing forth end trying to live up to the motto we set et the beginning of the year, HOnwerd ever, baokwerd never.U is usual, we first elected our class officers. President- ------- D----Thelma Moore Vice-President ---- -Junior Davidson Seoretery--n--- ----- Hazel Cunnagin Treasurer-- ---- Dora Pearl Davidson Dora Pearl dropped out and we didn't reelect anyone to fill her place. We have striven to do what we thought best and under the guiitnoe of Miss Ton, we have suCGGGdGd fairly well. We are reasonable proud of the splay which we staged during commencement week and of plac- ing two men on the besketbrll squad, Junior DHVIGSOU and Richard Langdon. - We only hope that we can pull together as well when we are sophomores as we have done in our Fresh- man year. Hazel Cunnesin 58 - A' , - f 4 -- -. , f --f.-- --, , ri , J . f' J' f 1 R41--Yr.-'A - .rw .- I f f -I War' 3 i,,fj:,o ,- ,N ' - ,,, , -2M------ef ,,,, o-!,f. - ffl 5 3' 4 I ', I 1 ' 1' 1 Je ," ' - 1 .- 'X 7 P133 Prfwv I , x V W 5 f fi f 115,533 wilt-5:4 . r r r .o ,, ,Q ,' ,A , J W , -1 , ' i 5- A l 4" 'gf' V ig UW' - "Bm I 'il ' -r f' - 1 ,. i 1 In ,, , , -. , I , I , .- ' N5 3 " 1 xi ,ir x 1 I , ,A x " f aw' . v , , l -- 1 - , ,, ' ' Q A ,- 1 1 A 1 ' , i 4. S QL -5. V. 'V -. ' li ' ' - I is - ' ' Ag - .I Jeff U -B' I - H X.. . N - Q- ' 'A . ii E. AJ, 4 A 1 ,fx 'N' I I N . 1 - A 1 .,- '5 . 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J 'E-"f 'A4'.f 1 T3 :Jw---' fu: V- : :N. -' - . -1 - - - rl- .. y"21' zs-,6'?fg5J-'1' swans I !s'f5'1'WZf'3rF-4"- 11' - rf ,,,5" 53'7k.:Ewv 2P":lf-L"1-1'Z"if3".i" .y Standing: Ellen Johnston, Anna Langdon, Jesse Wilson, Bessil Haloomb, Clyde Cunnagin, Alice Powell, Dessle Johnson, Earl Coffey, Hazel Turner, Fluford Moore, Charles York, Clyde Johnson, Ceoil Teague, Henry Lee Moyers, J. C, Robinson. Kneeling: Carl Abrams, Dennis Payne, Fl. A. Jones, Chad Smith, Gordon Rader, James Hamilton, Gordon Waits, Ernesl King, Eugene Simms. 1 ,Qi I K .3 f,. M. I - sfx N ' r ,ff KKK? - 'E 'Ylx f x K NS W ' , Vf XJ ,F lww X IJ I X L, Q1 X Qirltjxl X ff ' 4, fy f 'aixo vooooffff 00 X TSFQ1 'I f X? X fff.-1,'. -IT' I Q K ff? Xfvififilfiffx Aff f W f lf' ' ff f Ww f f!f'ff fX mimi ' f . J . J x , 7--5' I x .Alfu LTI CS 63 , .,-......-1-- -..,-.......... ..-.,...1..1--- swmy K' f-iii XD! , ,X fy . Zu N ,N fx ff-Xl ,fix fl v X 1 . I .J Ex L QZNQ4 W lbflg- , ..t,.,y, . Qt ' w .'-7 wk, 1-.....,v ,,1'.J,.n, I 'w,.'4', 152653 .1 r, . N -1,55 .QL 4. . ,., . Vps. J- nf ,Nv- fi ,-A-'wif .,,. .M- Q ,, A -- W.--nunwuuaniminnuniiiiiiiiiiihlillill Pnnville 44 ' 20 19 76 19 22 25 Z3 45 55 251 25 an Q5 59 5 '33 55 24 X55 layer Jerry Junior Ray Charley Clyde Orville Estill Richard Jack Ernest Robert Uneccou Totwls ' GIVE SUVIARY - -ur- Opponents Letterbox 21 Burning Springs 17 Hezelgreen 55 McKee 18 Oneida 51 Oneida 25 150 Ke e 2 8 b Berea 54 Twin Branch 18 Alumni.' 27 London 56 Hezelgreen 50 Manchester 19 Berea 52 Eurning Springs 7 Manchester ' 18 Twin Brenck 15 Eere: Ecademy ngg 456 IIDIVIDUAL SUYFURY T. F. P. F G. P. 137 21 18 118 9 18 98 45 18 27 21 18 A15 29 14 6 7 15 59 4 S 8 4 7 7 2 4 C 7 6 1 C 1 nted --5 -Q --Q 480 14 18 Legend: T. E.--Total Pointsg P. F.--Personal Foulsg G. P.--Games Played. 64 .1-wv-if, U1-1.5 :mas H., S 3,4 A. Standing: Mr. Krulzenga conchp O. Nelson, guardg R Lang don, forwardg E. Land, furwardg E. Davidson, guard, Kneeling: C. Lewis, guardg C. McGee, forwardg Fi. King guardg J. Hacker, eenterg J. Davidson, forward. He has stoadied "WU ' " """"L ROY KING the team to many a victory. It is 'electrifying to watch him rise in the eir to bat the Shot Cf his celmness be where he the other t to the team position as the team et bute tc his He was eggregation comperetive point meng player on an otiosing pleyer beck into the crowd. heet of battle, his ebility to is most needed and his cooperation with eyers hsve made him of inestimahle value There are few players feared by the op- much es Roy. He wes elected captain of the olose of the season as 2 fitting tri- pleying ability. in the CLYDE HCGEE e substitute on last ye2r's fest moving He moved up as A regular this year, with ease. We do not expect him to be high but we know that he is the Ufightingestn the squid. Though especially effective on defensive, he is the cog that relays the bell to those who heve scored the most of this seeson's points. We will miss him next yeer. JERRY HPCKER We will always have n ricture of Jerry inter- cepting passes in the front line and racing towards the opponents goel for two sure points. Few centers CHU out-jump him. he scores points from almost impos- sible positions and his peculiar twist hes gained for him 2 reputation all his own. He scored e total of 156 points this season for scoring honors and he was the dependable player on charity tosses. He was CHARLEY LEWIS . on idevl running mate, at guard, for Roy King. The two worked together to perfection. Not re- puted to be a very good shot, he surprised with many long shots from the floor. Most forwards found Charley more than 9 match for them. Big or small, he treated them all alike, not cowering before any of them. He could get the ball off the back-board in the presence Of players much teller than he. 66 p ohvire Q-Elsa. P team if not stronger thin its substitutes and Orville rejleced the first string guerds on many oc- casions very oreditebly. Tis long shots were respon- sible for one ntteble victory. his size wfs to his edventege end he used it so. ESTILL DGVIDSON A Teteren of lest season, he could only play with us for one semester, He reeohed his peek in the lest gems he played. His specielty wes a one handed side-cowrt sdoi which slipped in with uncommon con- sistency. - RICHARD LATGDON Richard is only e freshmen end is following in the steps of two older brothers. His position is for- ward. He plays 2 smooth geme end is e good shot. I RFQ? BT L ' ITD The development seen in Ernest es the season pro- gressed, hes marked him as 2 likely prospect for next year's team. He is fiecoful and werely needs season- ing to become s finished product. J!CK ISCN It was only during the lest semester that Jack was eligible. He is fast ond scrappy. We can general- ly depend on him for o point or two in eech game. JUNIOR DAVIDSON Few players have ever gained as great- e FGPU- tetion in their first year of versity basketball. HG has en eagle eye for the bosletg he rarely m1SSGS R shot when near the goal. He can dribble, he can Suafd and he can fight. He played like Q veteran in mt h 6 tournament. Jetch him in years to come. i V N 67 ,Y ,--------1.1 -ir SEfSOT RESUiE In the closing weeks of September, the first cell for basketball was issued. Prospects for 2 winning team were not is good as they might have been. There were two regulers from last year's team, Estill David- son ond Roy King, and one substitute, Clyde 'cGee. But we were tc lose USbellH in Fovember. However, The fastaJunior High team was back entire. 'fter a few weeks, the rfnks were thinned out and H squad of about twelve players were left to carry oh. It wrs on the fourteenth diy of October, that the team made its initial srpearonce. Letterbox journeyed hopefully to lnnville and the Wetrenmen were drubbed and squashed to the tune of 44-Ql. A freshman sensa- tion was discovered in Junior who scored twenty-one points. ffter 2 two week rest, Eur ing Springs, the terror of former years, clashed with the lulldogs in the Ann- ville gvm. The game vos fest End close throughout, but the home team finally eked out a three-point victory. This time, Junior Fsain led the way in scoring, while the rest termed ur perfectly to offset the loss of HShellH, who vos kept fron rleyinq. During the middle of November, 9 flu epidemic hit the Pnnville campus and left s mere skeleton of 2 team. Nevertheless, P sick team did its best against Hazel- green, one of the strongest teams in the mountains, only to succumb to the tune cf 55-19. Jerry had to be taken from the floor with e high temperature. 1bKee had been boasting one of its best teams in history and prospects weren't so bright for a victory on the dirt court at the county seat. Playing in theif sweat suits and with smile from thc pine knot firCS along the sidelines almost blinding them, Annville fum- bled through A terrible game and finally lost by ? two point margin. The boys played creditably under adverse conditions. There followed a home and home series with 0UGidG. .After a jarring trip over rocks and mud, We Played F1 6 e ' V I listless gene before 2 nero handful of hoys, fno girlsl ond gained the short end of n 31-l9 score. I return game yleyed in fnnvillo ln the afternoon also ceught the boys off form and this time the Baptists were content with e three 'point victory. The spirits of the tofm Here running it P low ebb? hut e game with McKee elveys puts P Udo or dieu spirit into eoch player, and this was no excention. Fighting for evorv point, the Bulldogs clewed their may to a de- cisive victory cver 2 scretny, nluoky teen. Lfrgely through the scoring spree of Hilellu, the finsl score Wes 23-Y. Jeres Fruitjer braved the muddy reeds confidently only to receive 2 decided scare when the Institute came within an evelesh of victory. With the score tied at 53-53, sn Annville men fouled en onyonent. The point was converted. But even in defeet, the teen received the cheers from the sidelines. Twin Erench, sonewhet weaken ,i,1 d by 2 flu enidemic, nes snowed under ty o 43-le count. All of the regulers scored et leest four points. Just befor, Christmrs vaention, 0 gems with the al- unni proved to he enether highlight on our schedule. For the first time in the history, the Institute-slumni tumbled before 2 defined onslaught of the versity with 2 score of 58-27. There was no stonping Jerry end.Junior After the Christmas recess, old nan herd luck fol- lowed us to London. f wrecked cer end an injured player helped to demorelize the team and eftor lesding 12-6 at the half, the Bulldogs lost 35-25. On Saturday night we again took on Hezelgreen end efter being within three points of them, we finally lost by a seven point margin, 30-23. This is es close as Hszelgreen had been held up to thet point on her schedule. deck on our own court, e sensational finishing spurt knocked the sterch out of the visiting lmnchester teen and they wilted enough for our team to emerge vic- torious, 20-19. Suffice it to say that, after losing Roy King in the first qusrter, Fruitjar High at Berea defeated us unmercifully, 52-25. 69 ' x Tut we wJn't forgez Ur brig to Clay countyuqu the maxi week-und. The out- T-toyn jiux hyd onn1inuEd.ip follow us. Fow0wer, v?s W ?1 fwrgst the tarrific maulingx we imfliciod on Purnirg 3 rivis in P cold gym, 39lK5 Roy yomped up End QCWA L32 flofr to garner nineteen yoiwts. Down Qt tHu couJ'3 Sant, Wu fnund the going a kit rougher but wc C'?StQN to 2 75-18 victvry after 9 furlnus strUggWb for threw quarrcr. It HQwL?rcd that the LCQM was just bcgindirg tu click. , I6 070556 fke 5eS5en ly af inLr1,?Lra 1 F'cun6 He- fcat to Tyim Ryanch, vhs ffcvud nu alibis fhis Tire. The moore was 2?-15 Rnd Q L scdxing wbxec accJUnifd for all ppt tQQ pvinfs, viz., carry, Juwicr, ard Hpy. Off to thi +ou1ifpc1-E gud mhwb Q Qhtel Perhaps no Ole can imagine u gzmr THaf wws as m'ch of 9 HDQIT- breQLGr as that til? uiTh ihc bcrau Lcijewy. gffer The Pulldwgs flgshgd Q GU1lVEiWi? brand of baskckball dur- ing the fLrs+ hplf, LFE .1 ri ncndeuy ima? sfuoczcd out O L3T5GT victorg over tHc Uriujc and Eluf, in The clo- sing vinutbf, 26024. Just LnoLbar CV-Q Gi mccTinc the disTriQ1s in tHe iirgL romrd, x FUT5 70 AN AISIHZKEOIIAEIOBN This yearbook has been named by the Rev. W. A. Worthington, our superintendent and putor. As the SAW-BF-IIAFK is representa- tive of the hll!s of eastern Kentucky, so to hope that this book may be representative of the spirit and snthusiasm ot Annville students. 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