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V- ' i ' K ' ,H ' ii ' ' mFJ T- I :9 3 I li COLLEGE LIBRARY APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE BOONE. N. C. .o ...f. mm : mm PRESS OF MUSE-WHITLOCK COMPANY PRINTERS JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE The RHODODENDRON iSQneteen Hund? ' efJ Thirty-one Published by the Senior Class of AppalachiiUi State Teachers Qollege Boone. North Carolina Dedication ith loving appreciation we dedicate this 1931 rhododp:ndron to Dr. B. B. Dougherty Founder and President of the Appahichian State Teac iers College who with his departed brother dreamed and built highways, pioneered in the economic development of North Carolina, and made possible without prohibitive cost a college education to every ambitious boy and girl. Pajie Five Foreword To you, the reader ot this, the ninth edi- tion of the Rhododendron, we hand the 1931 copy. We have striven to make this edition a faithful reccMxl of one college year. We have tried to make this a useful and eco- nomical, as well as attractive, hook. If life he the enjovment ot recalling the pleasant experiences of the past, or the happy anticipation of the future, we hope that this effort of ours mav hear fruit to former ami future students. Sacretl, we hope, will he the memories retouched hy this hook. May it he read hy others with " justice seasoned with mercy. " Paw ' S ' i ' .i ' Contents Administration Faculty Senior Class Junior Class Senior Normal Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class Organizations Athletics Advertisements I ' lu e Seven Acknowleduiiu ' iit Students of the college who arc not nicni- hers of the staff have done much to make this hook a success. Friends, who hail no other ohligation than that of friendship, have used their talents to help us through the toiling hours. To each we mention a gratitude which will forever have to go un- told. Especially are we indehted to Miss Katherine Harwell and Mr. A. Antonakas who drew the division pages for this issue. 1 11 III ' luifhf iJNIKAXCE Q . iu I). iiM I I oll Boys ' Dormitory ■ y- ' j -■ ' y TJ MRS. I . II. IXM ' liHKIiTV J ' .1 I. I)il« M M Page Eighteen F CH A PELL 1 V SUIT. OF DESI. SI IICKJL , . Par e Nineteen I ' tufc Tic flit If Pit(fe Tn ' ciif i -one Piiiie Twenlji-lii ' ii .- «■ w m ■% f Patff Ticeiil n-fhri ' i I ' lufi ' I ' li ' ml ii-fimr 11 R R A R Y APPAUCHIftN STAIE TEACHERS COLLEGE BOONE, N. C. .inrMIK JOHNSTON Sknioh Mastot ' (i; f- Twfiit!i-.iyven ic. .. -jCJ - iw , ?M: u..„ ,H . ' Senior Officers C ' l.KM ( ' . LlI ' S(OMIl Prcsiilfiil W. .1. I ' ri.KKHSON rice-Ptrsiili-iit Mil. A. H. SMnii SaDIK I.INDSKV Scrrfliiri Cl.YDK C ' aNII ' K T ridsiiriT Class Coi.ous ' . I ' lirplf niiil dalil Class Fi.owkh I " ml el CLASS .M()l " l ' (): ' Clmnii-lir ' I ' ll niiiiili Scriicf " I ' lli r Twi-itI tl-l-itlht PALL D. ANGELL, B. S. Haniptonville. Ndrtli Cnrolin:i ■■]Vill—Nellh ' r init forth hlimllii. iiot contriilhd except hit liiicrccteJye " Uankin-Wilson Literary Society (1, 2, :i, !■) Glee Cluli (2, 3, 4.) CLYDF, CAMl ' K, B. S. Alexis, North C_ ' .irolina " Tall iiiikx friiiii littli m-nnis (iniic KootlwU (2, 3, ) Basketball (1, 2, :i, i) (.■aptniii (;S) Baseball (2, 3, +) President Letter Club (3) President Rankin-Wilson Literarv So- ciety (2) Circulation Manajrer Annual (!•) Class Treasurer (4) BEATRICE CLINE, B. S. Xewton, North Carolina " Kind, depenthil)le, Itn ' tildv i-itpaljle, .su ' eet. —thafs He " Thalian Literarv Society (1, 2, 3, !■) Presi- dent (3) Lily Dale Home Economics Club (3, !■) President (4) Catawba County Chili (I, 2, 3, t) Presi- dent (4) T. N. T. Club (4) Secretary (4) Y. AV. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4.) P ii e Twe.iit y-iiiite KI,I .. m- ' .TH DONAI.nSOX, li. s. Cli.irldttc, Niirtli C ' :iniliii;i " Ami Sutnii trfinlih ' s xcht ' it hv i icetikent Saint uittm his knf Dynichin Literary Society (1) V. W. f. A. (1) c;i.-c c ' hii. (I) thi |{A M() I) MllMiOl ' , nritllAM. 1 ' .. s. I l.iiiiittoin ilU ' . North t ' ariilina " . iit fill) strlttus. unt tint ijiiii. Jitlt tt rare titanl siinrt when if rtintis hi N. C. State ColU-iie (1) .Mimntaln I ' ark Jiiniiir t ' lillcfjc {• ) Kankiii-Wilsdn Literary Society (. ' )) I ' resident (t) ilaschall (.•)) I ' ' iiulliall (t) 1 lAX t;i{ll ' ' IM , li. S. iln.kx Mmuit, X.Hlli Carolina " Full tif liff, sritsi ' ttiiil icil . Lots Iff fun itnd jilfnli nf tjl ' it. Loiii.sliMri;- ( ' ollcfic ( 1 ) C.lee Ciiil. (:i) V. V. C. A. (.-i) Wake l- ' orest (2) Kast ( " arolina Cliili {.■!) I ' lujt lliirttf W. J. FUI.KERSON, 11. S. Jonesltoro, Tennessee " A iiierri) heitrt mitketh u cheerful ciiiiiiteiiniice. " Lincoln Ieni(iri:il I ' niversltv (1) Fix.thall (2, 3, t) Bjisketliall {2. !■) Baseball (2, 3, +) Letter Club (2,3, i) Seeretarx -Treasurer (2 Outa State Club (3) Senior Class X ' iee-l ' resident (I) The Hliododendron, Ad ' v ' t Manajjer ( t) -MAR IK c; AI.l.Ol ' . 1!. S. Harliinfrer, North Carolina " ir i(i? miikeg the icurlil i ti rotiinl. ' yvthinii hut love. " Thalian Literary Society (2, 3) Corresiiund- infr Secretary (2) ' ernician I iterarv Society (4) X ' ice-Presi- dent (4) Critic (4) Y. . C. A. (4) East Carolina Chill (2,3) Xice-l ' resident (3) Home Economics Club (2, 3. 4) President (4.) Treasurer (4) MAHV BETH CJAHKISON, II. S. Burliufiton, Xiirtli Carolina " When i ou ijel ta the Jirithje. rriisx if. " Blandolph Literary Society (1) Hhila Retian Literary Society (2, 3, t) President (4) Censor (2) Varsity Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4) Captain (4) Home Economics Club (3 4) Vice-Presi- dent (4) V. W. C. A. (1, 2.3, 4) Girls ' Letter Club (3, 4) President (3) Girls " Tennis Club (3, 4) Champion (3) East Carolina Club (3) Glee Club (3, 4) Pa( e Thirt y-one MI!S. NOltMA r.lioW l.li MiC. li. S. I ' xxinc, Ncirlh ( ' ;i rnliii. ' : " Mil i«.v » .v.v is ntit In i- -tmiki ' iiiif.icif lint tit innkf ' tin nlntntitti ' lte»t of ic ' lttit (Ittil tntiilf , " CImss ' iiT-l ' rcsiili ' Til ( 1 ) Secret :iry ( ' 2) W,itiuit;ii Ciniiity Chib (:). V) 1 luiior Teacher ( !■) MAMK CUKKNK, I!. S. N ' ilas, North Ciriilin.-i " Few tllini it art- iniiitiy.sihh In ililiiiinri- niiil sliiili . " I ' hihi Itetian Literary Societv (1, " J) .Se -re- tary (1) President (2) l!e|ircsentative (2) I iiiei.iii Literary Society ( 1- ) (liaiil.iin ( t) Music rhili (1, -2) Wataiifia Ccuinty Chjli (1. •_ ' . :i) Treas- urer (2) Aiuiiial staff (2, i) .IKTIT! UA NKS, I ' .. S. .)( nes ille, Nnrtli Carolina " It ' chn finilrlli n wifi , finilrtli n tininl thiiHi " Mars Hill (1, 2) Iritereollejriate Deliater (t) Kankin-Wilson Literary Society (I) Yadkin C ' onnty C i (M i ' niif ' I ' liirl ii-twit CAHI. HENDKIX, B. S. " Tti inff silence 1 both bfnr tniil think. " Uiinkin-Wilson Literary Smietv (1, 2, y, {■) Critic (2) Annual Staff (4.) Assistant in Cliemistry I.ahdratory ( !■) I.I.dYll HENDUIX, IS. S. " t lcnutexx mid solidariti lire prerequisiti ' S to a KUcreKufitl career. ' ' Kankin-Wilson Literary Societv (1, 2, . ' J, 1) Annual Staff (i) 1I!. 1A lllNSON, n. S. " Seii.fihie. tiiiihitiiiux eiiertietir, reserx ' etl, tiiiil II rhiiriirler full iif liii ' e fur nil. " Winpite .lunior Collefre (1, 2) I ' nion County Chili (3, t) President (:)) Thalian Literary Soeietv (:i, I.) Seeretar (3) ■iee-Presi( ent (i) President (!•) Y. V. C. A. (3, i) Cabinet (i) Glee dull (3, t) I ' ai e Thirl -three (■()Ni{. n HixsoN. n. s. M.irsln illi ' , Nnrtli ( ' Mrolina •■ ■ ' .ffiirl !s thr sirrit ,f iit hihinind ' l!nskctli;ill (I. ■. ' . . ' i, t) t ' liptMin (1. -J) Kdotlmll (-2, ;i, 1.) l.cttiT Clnli (. ' I. I) CImss I ' rcsidriil (I, ' - ' ) ' IVcisiircr (:)) Ki.u.Mrr iiiNsoN, n. s. Mmi-sIu illc, cirlli ( ' :ir(iliii;i ■•Wiirk is flu hnc (if lift " l!;i.sl« ' tliMll (1. ■- ' , a, ) Kootliiill {•- ' ) K.isHinll (I) CIc. ' Chill (1. -J, . ' ), t) I.fttcr t ' Uili (1, 2, :t, I) FU.WK llOlSKli, H. S. ' ,ilc, Niirtli ( ' :iri)liii:i ■ ' " ' .v t t ' tli-r til hivt ' tiuf Hull ' i irl, o .v. tlniii hil.i of ijirl.i lillhr liilir- -iill. ' jriiilc DclialiT ( 1, 1 ' , :!. i) President DeliMic Couiuil (1, ■_ ' . :(. V) ' ici--l ' re,si(lenl Allilclir AsmiiimI inn (:t) Treasurer (!■) President Clee C ' liili (:i. t) President M. ( ' . A. (M) President 1 .ineiiin County t ' Inli (1) Advi ' rtisin M;iM;ijrer, Hhodoilendron ( " J) |i|Kil;ieliiMn I.iteniry SiK ' iely (1. 2, ;), t) Hi ' ]iresenl:itivi ' ( t) Censor ( !•) ' iee-Presid nt N. C. I. V. A. (;t) I ' ltiii ' I ' hirt i -fiiur CH Ivors HOYLE, B. S. Shellty, Xortli Cnrolina " tftnt r ifrft jfaur ifuith — ichif lirt-. " Ai)p!iliichian Literary Society (2, 3, +) Cen- sor (2) Chaiilaiii (3) Representative (3) Secretary (t) Baseball (2) Football (2, +) President Cleveland County Club (4) Mana ' er Baseball Club (i) HIGH HOYI.E, B. S. N ' ale, North Carolina " Aiiihitinn has no rifk " Uankin-Wilson Literary Society (1, 2, 3, t) President (2,3) Censor (1,2) Critic (+) Assistant Editor Kliododcndron (4) C. H. LAXnUETH, B. S. Stratford, North Carolina " ' 7 ' iV not lite mere .iliit e of life hul lite jiart ic ' c " thereon that iilves the viilue. " Watauga Literary Society (1, 2) Presi- dent (2) Uankin-Wilson Literary Society (3, t) Class President (2) Allefrhany County Club (3) Treasurer (3) I ' nye Thirti -fife SADIK l.INDSKV, II. S. Wiuleslwini. Ndrtli CMroliiKi " .tfttr ifll lift- is chttl iimi niiikt- (7. " Tlialian I.itfrary Siu ' ifty (1, ■_ ' , . ' !) Presi- dent (2) Treasurer {2) Class Seeret.iry (8, ) Varsity Hasketliall (1, ■- ' ,:)) Manager (•. ' ) V. W. C. A. (1, 2, a, I) iee-Presi(lent H. S. V. ( ' _ ' ) 11. V. P. r. HireetDr (;), I) ( " .iris " Letter Club (3) SecretarN (;i) Presi- dent (1.) Seeretary Atliletie AssoeiatioTi (■_ ' , . ' i, t) N ' eriiieiaii l.iterarv Sdeietv (t) Crilie (t) I ' resident (4) ' Cheer Leader (3, t-) Student Teacher in Phvsical l ' ' ,dncatiiin CI. KM C. I.IP.SCO.MI!, 11. S. Milton, North Carolina ■■ ' ' ( In. fh . for the hattle jd.v _ «.• Iit ' uii. " Class President (:(, +) |ip:.laehian Literary .Society (I, ' _ ' , . ' I) .Sec- retary (1) Censor (;)) I ' .askcthall .Manajier (Jt) Koothall .Manafrer (;t) lla.sehall Scpiad (t) Letter CInh (;i) Nice-President ( l) l ' ' .ditor-in-Chiet ' .Vnnual ( I) KO ' i 1) 11. . 1. |)I.S()N, I!. S. liooiu-. North Carolina " } ' ( Ifiirii iiaf for itrhotil hut for life. ' ' |i| .il.ichian Literary Society (I) Olee Clnh ( t) lia.sehall (2) Inter-eollefiiate Dihatcr {I) Piuic Thirl ii-ni.r JAMES MII.I.KU, n. S. Todd, Nortli Ciinilina " It matters tint haze Iniuj ice live, hut hoxi.: " Rnnkin-Wilsim Literary Sncietv (1, -2. . " i. ;) MID L. O ' HARE, B. S. Syracuse, New York " When in iloulit, jiiinl. " Foothall (3, i) Ca]itain (:i) Basketl)all (3, 4) Baseball (3, i) Tennis (3, i) GLADYS PAYNE, H. S. Granite Falls, North Carolina " am the master of nn fate. " Y. W. C. A. (L 2, 3, 4.) Cahinet (2) -ice President (3) President ( + ) Inter-collejriate Debater (2, 3, 4.) Secretary Debate Council (3, i) Thalian Literary Society (2, 3) ice-Presi- dent (3) N ' ernician Literary Society (t) lienresenta- tiye H) • ' Vice-President County Club Council (2) President Caldwell County Club (1) Historian (2) Salutatorlan (2) Glee Club (t) Page Thirtij-aeveu KI.MKl! UANKIN. P.. S. lidiiiif. North Ciinilin.i " .( .-hll: nff tin- 1,1,1 hlnrk.- DiiUr (.-)) Cl.iss I ' rcsUlrril CI) r.-MMis (•- ' ) liiiski-tliMll MariMficr (I) DriKilinj; ( !■) r.ii .im-ss Mmti.ijict-, Aniiii.il (I) Will, A M AK Sl ' Kl ' UKNS, M. S. l.illiiifiloH, Niirtli CaniliiiM ■• Itiiiiil II. rtfiiKiiieiil ' iiiil frinKlliiitxx Thrr, ill iiiir Tliiil.- Kill. " (■:iiii|il«-ll C ' (illf;rf (I) ■riialiaii Literary So -icty (•- ' ) Critic (2) h ' .asi Carolina Cliili ( 1) ' I ' . W. C. A. (•- ' ) Lily Dale lliiiiif Iv-iiniiiuics Cliih (1) ' I ' fiiiiis (2) New Dc.riiiitnrv Cliili (i) l ' rcsi l -iit {I) CLAD ' iS SWll-r. li. S. lidonr. North Carolina " 11 11- i-lilff jiii i.i .iirviini iilhir.i. " I) iiiiiaii Litcrarv Socii-t ( t) licprc-sciita- tivo (I.) Iiiti-r-coilcfriiito Dcliatcr (i) Wat aiiua County CInli ( :). t) President (I) [ ' resident V. V. A. (I) I ' resideni r., ■. I r. (I) I ' liiff thirl if-fitilil ANNIE UTLEY, B. S. Newell, North Carolina " Holiest, lovable. i friend to oil. " Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4.) Thalian Literary Society (2, 3, +) Lovill Cluli (3, 4) Presbyterian Reforiiied Association {!■) Mecklenlnirji-Caliarrvis t ' onnty Club (2) MAE UTLEY, B. S. Newell, North Carolina " Dependable, unselfish, enthusitistir. rcitli heart for work or fun. Her life ever an influence for tjood. " Y. V. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4.) Thalian Literary Society (2, 3, 4.) Treasurer (4) Lovill Club (3, 4) ' ice-Presiclent (3) ZEB B. VANCE, B. S. Crossnore, North Carolina " All are fellows at footlmlt. " Davidson Collejie (1, 2) Varsity Football (3, 4) Basketball Manajrer (4) President of Athletic Association (4) Assistant in Uiolojry (3, 4) l aift ' Thirtif-ntne lOIlX V. WAKDKN, n. S. l..iiiiTl S|iriM)i.s, North CaroliiKi " Fiiilhfitl, ofiinl-iiitfiirfil, iittii ' rini.t. ]i llii tnni Chx ' i ' r " l{:uiUiii- ilsi.M I.itfr:iry Si)cicty (1. •_ ' . :(, !•) ici ' -l ' rcsidciit (. ' )) Si ' i-rcl.irv { " 2) t ' l-iisor (. ' )) I!c|n ' csciil .il i c (.•)) ■| ' ri-si(l -nt (.-!) ' .irsil I ' .MskctlKill ( I, •- ' ) Alli-uli:iin C ' niiiil C ' liili (. ' )) I! ' |)rcscrit;i- livi- ■(.-!) i;, S. I . (M) CdmH-il M.-inlicr (:() JONAS WATHliS, 1!. S. ItiiMicrfdrdtoii, N ' ortli ( ' :iri liii:i " Wuini ' ii arc iiitre phn fhim s icilh whifh iiinii itiitif icliile incut his lit li fr hinti ' s. " Cl.i.ss I ' rfsideiit { ' i) I ' n-sidcMt l{:inkin- Vil,s(Mi I.ilci-Mrv Society (2) Dch. ' liiif; ■r -Min (2) H.-iski-tliall (I, 2, ;() iMKltl.Mll (.•)) rill ' .ODOSIA WATSON, IS. S. 11 ic. North C ' Mrolin.i ■■divt ' In III, ' icorlll llie hf.ll I , III hilVr mill till I ' l.il •,ci!l i-iniii ' hurt: tii Hint. " I liinor ' I ' caihrr ( t) I ' liilr h ' liftil .MAUY WHITLEY, 15. S. Morgjinton, Xortli Carolina " Contented ' Blandolph Literary Sodety (1,2) Critk- (•_ ' ) Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3, i) taliinet (2) Lilv Dale Home EcDriDrnics C ' luli (1. 2, . ' i, I) ' Tresident (3) ROBERT WILL1A: IS, B. S. Table Hoek, X. C ' . " To he, or not to lie, that is the ijuestiun. " Glee dull (2, 3, +) Rankin-Wilson Literary Society (1, 2, 3, !■) Class ' ice-President (3) Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4.) Football (2, 3, 4,) Baseball Manager (+) Letter Club (2. 3. 4) Vice-President (2) MARGARET WOOmVAHl), B S. Warsbaw, Nortb Carolina " Her -iCftf n ore n ' oif.s of pleiu-iontnetts. onit oil her i nth.t of pence. " Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 4) Hlandolpb Literary Society (I) Tbalian Literary Society (2) X ' ernician Literary Society (I-) Secretary (4) Treasurer (4) Home Economics Club (1) East Carolina Club (I, 2) Pin e Fortif-ove Senior Class Poem The morning dawned, the noon passed by, and eve Displays its closing hours to show us true The worth of passing days, so full of all Their valued moments filled with luitold force To fit us for the tasks for unseen way, ' Tis thus have passed our College years, and now, Upon the threshold of another day, V ' e backward cast a glance to note so well The fair, short, happy, useful hours now closed, And lift our hearts in thankful strain to those ho ' ve led us on our way, when courage oft Seemed weak to stand the strong and vital test I And too, to Alma Mater great we lift Our truest song of love and gratitude. That still will swell within our hearts in all The coming ami the swiftly moving vears! And now we turn to look upon the days Just out before, to note with care the toils Awaiting there the touch of skillful hand, Hope rising in our souls to meet the tests So hard and sorest problems of life ' s wav! (J. M. D.) ] iitj4 l- ' ttrt if ' fiCo ■ » -i ' -l 1 Junior (]lass Officers Glen T. Hkkman Miss Hkttv C ' liow Stani.kv I,iviN(isTox President Spoiisar Treasurer Mahki. Dahhs Mattik l Kl.l.K (ioiuiox lice-Prexident Secreliiri Class Coi.ous... Orchid and Silver Class I ' i.owkh MO ' ITO: " J ' lie past forever i one, the future still iur ini ' n " Page Fortij-five JOSKPHINK AdKHNKTIIY Hickorv. North Carolina Kate Ballew I5ri(l ;i vater, North Carolina DkVaughn Boyles Valf. Xortli Carolina Ka ' i ' iii.een Hhooks 15onlff. Xortli Carolina Vera Cohaim Booncville. Xortli Carolina Hose Cude Colfax. Xortli Carolina Mahel Dahhs Lil(s ille. Xortli Carolina Mary Donnelly Trade. Tennessee HeHNAHI) I)oi(iIlEU TV l oone. Xortli Carolina Jane Goode Riitlurforiiton Colleae. Xortli Carolina Clyde Mae Cjoodman M ' ( st .li f ' ferson. Xortli Carolina Pdiji ' Fort ij-six Mattie Hklle Gokdox Cliarlotte. Xortli Carolina Mahv Graves Rul)v. South Carolina Hahhv Ham.vbi HTON " Morganton. North Carolina Yates Havnaku Vale. Xortii Carolina Jksse Hawkins Yadkin Vallcv. Nortii Carolina To I. EH Hayxes .loncsvillf. North Carolina Cil.KN ' 1 ' . Hl( KM AN Hudson. Nortli ( arolina RlTll HoNEytlTT Hooni-. Nortli Carolina .Iri.iA Idoi. Clcnnnons. Nortli Carolina Heiinahd Jones I.ansintj. North (arolina Fl-OSSIE JoYNKH Ham))tonville, Nortli C ' arolina ' -. ' I ] iiiif Fort tf-iti ' ven ' f ' I- t t-, ' ■ " 7 Roy Kkllkk Hlowiii!;- Rock. Xoi-th Carolina Stanley Livingston Kings Creek. North Carolina LrCILLE LOHR Lexington. Xortli Carolina Elm A AL Y Donalds, South Carolina Kathleen McConnell Jefferson. North Carolina LiciLLE Lllek Boone. North Carolina Joseph Paul Miller Clifton. North Carolina Ihknk Moik.an I ' rospret Hill. North t- ' aroliiia Gektri ' de Pace Leaksville. North Carolina .NLvlUiAHKT Pun. MI ' S Fleet wood. North Carolina Edith Preston Trvon, North Carolina Pai e Furti -iiiihl Cl.AlDE PyaTTK Crossnore. North Carolina C I. Radkh. .111. ColItttsMllc. Xortli Carolina Ina Jkax Rkkvks Laiirt-I Springs. Xortli Carolina A ' ii-i.iK Rkkvks Laurel S))riii is. North Carolina Rammi Ri;ii Harmony. North Carolina -Vui.lK ItllOADKS North Wilkc-slioro. North Carolina .StKI.I.A .S(1(0. (K Newton. North Carolina NoHA .SlloKK Vadkim ill.-. North Carolina Katiihy.v Skj.mox N(«toii. North Carolina Stei ' men IsiAii Smith Wingatc. North Carolina RaI.1 ' 11 .Smii llKliMAX Kast Bt-nd. North Carolina I ' liilf Fnrtfi-nine Saha Stai.kv Slaliv. North Carolina ( inAl !■: SlM ' llKNSOX Kcllord. Ndrlli Carolina l-.sTiiKH SrKWAnr Hmiliri ;- Crtck, North Carolina LAllUh: S rKW AICI ' Iluntiiiii Cr iU, North Carolina ( )i ' i s Thomas ]■ raiikliiu illc. North Carolina Nk.I.I.K ' riiUONKIUHIi Hudson. North Carolina I.iin 1) i ' l II N i:u 1 .aw lulalr. North C;irolin;i I,iM)si; ' Ari:ns Rut hrrfonlton. North Carolina .M Mill W ' l IMS .Mars Hill. North Carolina Mils. Cm Ai ' i ' Ki.i, Wii.so.N " IJooiic. Nortii Carolina li I in I NK I.KII Hoonc. Nor! h ( arolin;i l ' a„, riflif SSNG? mm Senior Normal Officers Mii. Van G. Hinsox Rov Ellison Spoiisiir lice President James Gi.ovkh Clara GooDNHinr President Secreiarij-Treasurer Class Colors Green and IVIi ' ite Class Flou kh Wiiitf Rose MOTTO: " J e Itnve cnissed tlie bay, tlie (icean lies before us " I ' lli e Fiftii-lhree i UllH Ui DiAN Al.l ' OHI) St. I ' .-iuls. X. c. l-.Dii 11 Anmiikus Dill, MI. S. C. Fl.OH. Al.KX. NI)KU Stoiuv Point. N. C. ' l II .V M.Kl.I. l.Msl l!rn(l. . ( ' . Rrni AvKitiTT Al)l)( ttsl)iiri ' -. X. C, Maim I! m wiink Clarlaoii. X. C. II AiriK I5()«M . .iilislion). X. C ' . M ll l.l: ISiiandd.n I ' c.i-I Mill. . ' . C. ' !( Fi f III- full r Fannie Carpenter Fonst Citv. X. C. Palline Carpenter Moiirof. N. C. En I EL Hrown Lincolnton. X. C. Zelna Downs Casar, N. C. Virginia F,dmiston looresville, X. C. Kathleen Edwards Fort Mill, S. C. Marv Willie Goldston Golilston. X. C. Patline Graham Crcston. X. C. f(;( Fiflif ' fiyi ' I ' .DlllI I I V.MI ' TON I.iiivill.-. N. C. (Mll. iir.T H. T( 111:11 Lil.svill,-. N. C. losiK 1,1:1: Ham. I ' ittsl)on). N. C. N 1:1.1. H AVKS Kiln ' s .Mduiit.iiii. N. { ' Maiiki, Hoi, den Y,-i(lkinvill. ' . N. C. Nki,i,f, H 01. ton StatcsvilK ' . N. C. ' iiii. HiirsKH Kiiiii ' s .Mciiiiil.-iin, N. C. I ' , 1. 1. A I I I 1 IM AN C■ ,■n•v ill ■. N. (■ I ' lUI, FiflK-. Ruth Johnson Hudson. X. C. Etcra Kinlaw Lumberton. X. C. Peaiii. .Johnson Pittsl.oro. X. C. Annie Monnow Xrlin. X. C. MaRGARKT MlLI.IN Crousf. X ' . C. Mattik Parsons Purl.ar. X. C. LiLLIp; PVATT Dvsortvill.-. X. C. Lucy Rkvnolds Leaman. X. C. Paije Fifti -!tevfii (iuAIlV Si ' ll l:H Wlnt.luail. N. (■ 15k A r UK K S« .wsoN- Wilkrsl.oni. N. C. I ' l.os.su: Hol.AM) Clifton. N. C. 1 1 .i;]. AN o W, si .l,ff,i-s. n. N. C. Riiiv VVai.kku IJoonuT, N. C. M MKM KniTK ' atkhs Ml. rihi. N. C. l- ' .i.i .Aiii:i ' H W )i ri ' K Miiiirtsv illi-. N. ( ' . ' i run I, W ' liri ' Kii i;ai I ' cUTsI Cilv. . C. r ' ,n„ I ' ifl I rijihl Page Sixty-one Pa( e Sixty-three Sophomores I ' ACl, SIXTY ONK W ' akiikn AiiiKur M M!V ISjiiw i:ii l ' ' ,iiriii I ) avi;s Uavk I ' ' m-is I{ iK M i;it l,ni Kri rmuKiiiirsi; Itomiin Dwis ljn l ' ' ,i i ison I.ri Aii.KN i.misKC ' AMr I ' l i:i) I)i: s M im I siks KioiiSK 1U:a i ( )i.i.ik C ' liKiKV .IriM Dni ' inn ( ' i iii: l ' ' cHiK,sr MaKV Hl l.l.lNliKll UlTll t ' oMKV .IllSKIMlA KlLKIt 1 M V, I ' llANKIIN L ' l.AHKNt ' K BltASWf.I I C " ilINCll C ' tlOKF: I ' HANC ' IS Kl.l.IS I ,( 1 l ' ' n A N K M N i ' A(;i, six ' i ' v iwo I.IMIV KlIV lllIM CllilU.AN IllllN llrilSI ' liH I .IMS M ITCH KM. .M Ai: (i. in) ' l- ' .iiriii 1 l.MntiNf. ' i ' oN iui.inia IlrNr l.m ' isi-: MooiiK .1 AMKS CIl.OVKIl Ma11i;AH1;T IlAllUIMtTllX I.ITMi;U .IkTHOAI 1 ' aII .MdSTKll.KIl IIkIIIIKII ' I ' (IdlXS HkuMAN IlKAi ' NKU MaIIIUM I.AXIIIN I ' aiI.IXK .MllSTKl.l.KIt ( ' l ]i (idDDNUiUT WlNSli: IlliAKNKK t ' lACIllV 1 . 1 M: 111 lll.lll .IclllNMK .Mlllli: 1 1 KAI) .I(1K CilMIDS 11,111 ' 1,111 DA Ilciriill .MllS. I{. I ' .. . 1aI11.SUN l.oll.SK I ' auk.s PAGE. SIXIY riiiii.i: KKioirr I ' l-.Mii.KniN .lcis,;rii Kiiiii.vsii.n Mauuaiikt Sikim.m a n l.iiiiii: ' uki:ii OkI.IA I ' dWl-AS t ' iKTIS KciSI-: ' aI.TA ' I ' llWXSDMl . l:illS Will IN I.ois Kay lii;x Itoss Xi:i.i, Tiiivkttk I)i;an Wiisnx I.ii.i.iAX QiKKX Lvxx Saxi)::us Katiikuixi: W mii u k ' I ' iikima Wiiiiiiis KnxA Kkksk Ki.va Sukiixkk Kimki i;i;x Wihu .Tiiiax ' iHniii C ' i i:x UuiiiK l ' ' .i izAiiKTii SiTKiis IIiMii: WiiiTi; Iviiiii ' lUixr I ' aiie Sivtii-four r FRG Freshmen Class Officers In. I. (i. CiHKEH Rriiv I ' nH I-: Sccri ' tiirii-Tri ' osiirrr Lkkov Sossamon Pri ' sidfiii VlH(ilNI LlNDSEY ice-l ' rt ' si(lfiit Class Colors Pink nnd (hern Class Flower S-iceet Peas MOTTO: Wo at the tup, I)iit climhiiui ' Paije Sl.cl i sefen ?TWa ' r ABERNETIIS ' HAM. ALRXANDIj; K. AfSTIN 1,. AISTI.V H. HAKKU W. HAKKU liAI.I.ANI) liAlvHi;K UK AM HKI.K iii-;ss i;. MINC.IIAM (■ lilNC.IIAM lil.AN ' li IN IU,K I. S H( )ST linWMAN Ii:i Kl. I). nuoWX riil.MNS huad: cai.dwki.i. i.. enMns HNANDDN t ' AUIv.NDI ' .l; Ul ' llMliS HUANSliiMM l.ASSTi; K. S CONK liUISCDI-: CU.W COON K. DKOWX Coi ' KKV Ci i. J in r Si,rt 1 -1 itiht ' , JSL . Sm. ' ! : ™Sfc«.« ' i ? aS«S - ! 3aKffl ' ' tis- cuisr IJIXON EATMAN K. FISHF.R C.RAHAM IIACKXKY IJIIBBIX EDWARDS L. I ' ISHEK (;REC.()K ■ IIAC.AMAX l lilt ' Si.rt if ' iilHf .1. I)A IS 1.. DAVIS M. DAVIS DeLAPI ' IJOCKEKV DOTSON DOl ' GERTV DRUM ELLIOTT F. FAKTHIXc; R. FARTHING FELTS FRANKLIN GIBBS GOODMAX GRADY MRS. I). GREENE P. GREENE GROSE (;ro ' er IIAIIX TIALVBl ' RTOX HARRIS llAVWOKTH 1 IKK MAN I.ACKKY I.. MAST MKHAKL NOURIS I ' KHIO ' IIF.RRINC. LANK P. MAST MILLKK OWEXS I ' odVKV IIDl.I.ANI) I.ICdNHAUDT MtiAI.I, MitNTAC.l K llolSER l.INDSEY McCARTER MORGAN JOVNKR LITTI.K McDADIC MYERS I). PATTERSON I;, PATTERSON E. PAYNE POTTS PRICE 1TRSI.i:Y KlNi; LniNC.SToN Ml DONALD NoK. L N I ' . PAYNE RANKIN Pttiti- SfX ' III If f 9 i i ' l J % ' ,? K - - ■-- ' - ' PTf rt r% REAVIS RITCHIE ROBINS! )X ROGERS RUMMAGE SCRUGGS SHIDAL SHORE C. SMITH M. SMITH SOSSAMON SPENCER STACV TAVLOR THOMAS TRIPLETT TR( )TT TVLER ' . WAGNER V. WAGNER E. WAGONER v.. WARDEN Z. WARDEN WATERS WILHELM WILLIAMS WILLIS .I.W.WAGONER WfiSTENBURG WOOTEX WALKER WHITESIDE WYLIE WARD WILFONG YOUNT I ' liiie f evf ' iilii- iiic ■ iA Pnt f- SfVfnfi -t ' ii Clem LibscoiiiD EdiTor THE 5TArr - W f timer RanKin Business rtlgf. I; n Asst tdifor Car Hendrix LoijCt Heiidrix Pictorol Ed. CI yOe Conipe C I re o lotion M()r. W J. fulKcrson :«« ' 4 J D RonKm ruCuItu £,d)Tor IGGi reer rocoifj Bus. hoc ' OY C Sf ' Z ' flltl -f!vi 1 )ll. 1! . M N. ( ' iKIfh Cahkndkh Com IIS CillOCiAN Cil.ON i:n 1 1 NKs I I()( SKII I 1 1( l M A N .Madison Pavnmo I{ A N K I X SoSSAMOX S u 1 1- r ' I ' llll ' I.KTT f r Sfl ' fuli -,tii ' Piiije Sevi ' iihi-ncx ' cii ■f. y. y. c l nii Sf ' X ' fiif if-fif ht Dynician Literary Society MOTTO: " What ice are to he tee are tunc becominc " COLORS: Purple and White OFFICERS First Term Second Term Third Term President Mattie Bellk Gordon Nelle Throneui hi; Kate Ballew r(V( ' -7 ' rf«(W ' H __ViH(;iNiA Hunt Ethel Brown F.i.ithk Outlaw Secrelari Kate Ballew Pauline Mostelleh V ihginia Hint ' Treasurer Hazel Absher Lucille Miller Mattie B. Gordon Helen Abehnethv .TOSEPHINE AbERXETIIY Hazki. Abshkr DiANK Ai.Foun Rrrii AvEHiTT Kate Bai.i.ew Ada M. Banxer Ai.tonia Beam Matii.da Bess PaIIISE BlXGHAJt Hattie B tw: iAX Frances Braddy Grace Bradford Annie Bei.i. Bradley Ada Branscomb Ruby Bray Annie Brewer Edna Brown FiTHELE Brown Doris Clark Ink , Chouse Rosa DeI.app Rebecca Diskerson Oi.i.iK Dixon Elizabeth Donaldson Frances Donaldson Zelna Downs Mary Farmer Ai.MA Feits Bernice Fields Kate Fisher Maha Franklin Hesi ' eii Fry-e ROLL Mable Gibbs I.ETA Joy Glenn- Mary Wii.iiK Goldson Clyde Goodman Sei.MA (ioPFERT Mati ' IE Bei IE Gordon Paiiine Graham Geneva Gray Maxie Greene .TosiK I.EE Hall AViNNiE Heafneii Pearl Hoover Evelean HorsER Marzona Hovle PIl.I.A Ht FFMAN Virginia Hunt Pearl Johnson Etura Kinlaw Virginia I ane Mrs. J. I,EE Lavender Nan Lingle I,ucii.i.E Four Ii.A Matkins Stella Mathews WiLMA Michael I UciLi.E Miller Marguerite Miller Johnnie Morehead Pauline Mosteller Margaret Millen Bi.ANCE McCarter Grace McGimsey Mahgaket Osborne Ei.iTiiE Outlaw Beatrice Pearson HiTII I ' im.I.ECK Edith Pres ' I ' ON Glossie Pyattk I.ILLIE PyATI ' E Lillian Qi ' een Lucy Henolds Jewell Robinson Flossie Roland Bessie Rudisell Flora Scruggs Mae Beth Scruggs Hazel Shidai. Stella Shrontz Edna Snipes Anna Spencer Bessie Star Grace Stephenson Gladys Swii-t Edith Tiiojias Nelle Thhoxehurg Eliza Tyler Kathhyn Warlick Etta Wat?;rs Marguehitj; Waters Ethlene Webb Hazel Wilfong Sadie M ' ilhelm Leona Williamson Margaret Wilson Ethel Yount Pnffe Seventy-nine ll9!i. ' fl!iiUi|iiilUI l ' " ' J ' l ' ' ul ' ' !l ■JQ Po e Eighty-otie Rankin-Wilson Literary Society CaUI. UlM(iAliNK.l Paii. Hi.kvins Cl.YDK C ' aNII ' K Hakolu Calhoin SlIAFFKK CaSSTKVKNS Raymond Dihiian; Zeb Dickehson AViI.l.AKI) I ' ' ki,ts HlUHEHT GoiNS Toi.KH HaVXES Cahi. Hendhix LOYU Hendkix R. V. Hovis Benahd Jones GoHMAN .Johnson Sam M( Kinney GEOIUiK N l( K i.khson Am. IE Rhodes John Wahden Jonas AA ' atkhs LlNDSEY ' A ' ri:iis Roiii:iir W ' li.i.iAMs Mauvin ' aiid Spenseh W ' aeeohd I ' lljlr Eiilhljl-tu ' d Appalachian Literary Society Roll Fmoi) Addkhiioi.t Ray Alexander Allen Boger Clarence Braswell Steve Coon Jerry Davis RoHERT Davis Hugh Dobbin Roy Ellison James Glover Joe GooDNKiiiT Yates Havnaek Herman Heafner Glen Hickman Frank Hoiser Chivous Hoyle Roy Keller Russell Lackey James Lathan Malcolm Laxton Stanley I-ivingston R. B. Iadison Kelley Miles Edwin SIoseii Kermit Pendleton Charles Rankin Leroy Sossaman Lloyd Turner Hoyle White Julian Yoder Conrad York Paye Eujhty-three Pafle Kiiihlij-fitur Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, ' 30- ' 31 Senior Cabinet Office Junior Cabinet Gladys Payne President Ruby Price Anne Morrow Vice-President Lucille Harris Irene Morgan Secretary Hazel McDade Laura Stewart Business Manager Irene Grogan Lois Ray Pror ram Chairman Virginia Lindsey Esther Stewart Publiciti Chairman Frances Ellis Louise Thompson Social Chairman Lois Whiteside Thelma Withers Social Service Helan Barrer Irma Hinson If ' nrld Felloteship Chairman Ferne Briscoe Margaret Phillips Music Director Ruth Johnson Ruth Averitt Pianist Nancy Calswell Dessa Mae Triplett Industrial Chairman Page Eighty-five I ' Hlililil i ft mimmFwr ' It r lliiiUf ij-six YADKIN COUNTY CLUB Piii c F uihhi-fi-Vdi Pdffe Eight y-eiffht Watauga County Club President Gladys Swift Secretari Blanche SiMITH Ella Austin Lewis Austin Ada Banner Pauline Bingham Evelyn Bingham Launa Carrender Pearl Cooke Mack Cowles Irene Davis Bob Davis Edwin Dougiiehtv Bernard Docghertv Mary Estes Frieda Farthing Erie Greer Maxie Greene Irs. Joy Greene Pail Greene Joe Goodnight Jake Hagaman Rena Hampton Tom Jackson Luther Jeffcoat Roy Keller Louisa Lookabill Pauline Mohetz Pearl Mast Mrs. Doha Mast Lucille Miller Burl Xorris Pearl Payne Irs. Dare Sthother Alice Sherkill Gladys Swift Ed Townsend Stella Taylor Dessie yixE Triplett Coker Thiplett Ola Triplett Theodosia Watson IvA Dean ' ilson Rriiv Winkler Page Eighty-nine LoNA MORETZ MAK(iAKKT Smith KlJZAHKTll HlMMAliK Evelyn Hei.m.s Annk Mohhow RlHY FkK F. TlIKLMA GhAHAM Wll.MA Ml( IIAKI. Lof Cox LorisE Bowman Hahbaha Bakeh DOHIS OsliOKNK Myhti.k Hhandon H LAN (HE .M( CaHIEU k at h i.e e n !• ' . 1) « a u 1)s Anna Hahn MozEI.L HaLYHIHTON Clara CJooDNKiHT DOVIK WiLMOTH Kthei, Hiuntle Lovill County Clu h Ida HlliHENUOTHEN Geohima Blanton Lazei.le Bhaswell Etta Waters I ' .VA PaTTEKSON Flora Alexander Ada Clakk Hazel Hidsretii ] Iahy White RiTH Proeeit Inez Fhanklin Lr( ILLE Holland MVHTLE YoiNT lyOriSE BlM(iAHNEU Gha E Clem MENS Etta Ballard Al A BONNEH Helen Spencer Chaiilotte Peeler Ida Porter MAR(iAHET HaIIHIM; TON Mary Ki.itz Mattie Loijan Iris Sottheu Annte Caldwell ' i D ' TM ' S Nellie Harold Katherine Sicmon Ethel Green Clara Ru hie LiDA Horciii Annie Brewer Jewell Roihnson Helen Hidspeth DoHOTIIV Rkhie I ' .DiTii Harrinuton EviE SiE Blaikwell Inez riNcuKH May Ramsey I.ffii.LR Harris Xan Smith l ttfit Xint ' tif Football History Tlie Mountainters. true to the traditions of j)a.st teams, cstablislied another great record in football in win- ning eight games, losing two and tieing one. The sclied- ide enibraeed one of tile hardest in the history of the College and one that was re- |ilete with interstate games. The Mountaineers won six out of seven interstate games with representative teams, tiie best record of any team in the State. The team was strong on offense, flasliing a brilliant miming and j)ass- ing attack and had a rugged defense, as was indicated by the points amassed during the campaign wliieh totaled ■- ' 03 as against (39 scored by opponents. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Dates -I- September 20 — Lincoln Memorial in ' inston-Salem 31 September 27 — King College in Bristol. Tenn 7 October t — Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tenn 13 October 11 — Catawba College in Boone 13 October 18 — Atlantic Christian College in Boone til October 2.5 — West Liberty State in Boone It November 7 — Naval Apprentice in Newport News, Va 7 November 8 — Atlantic University in Norfolk, Va 6 November 15 — High Point College in High Point (i November 22 — Boiling Springs College in Boone 27 November 27 — Piedmont College in Demorest. Ga It 0pp. 18 13 12 13 13 Paije yinefy-three ' !( .Mill I II fixir m 9 IP w A ii ' iL f iM - ' V ii lL qa Loi, -S.WCOi,- ' ) ibtDd-TTt-K foL ;c«i«Oftl l?H00eS H KH. L.£. C LS - f CooK 0 ' i-l.- i i . T .pL.iT Vcn-JCC Hrope.R fJnt-joiMC.j ' T ijuiS |V c qe Fft R-r l.s. lt re. ™ PP P 1 ii A t ,;,;Sj Paije Xiiielt -fwe I liRliimiililillliliKani l M h b.s: r. = httm mm i u m niWHiit fStiWliVtfWBi P ifle ! ' !nflii-Kix FRESHMAN ]5ASKETBALL Basketball Scores HOME GAMES A))palacliia__30 Lenoir Rliyne 17 Appalachia__ 10 Cullowhee 2 I A])i)alacliia__2 t East Tennessee __3.5 A])palaeliia__25 Catawba 2() Appalachia__35 Lyncliburg ' 21 Appalacliia__51 A. C. C 33 Ai)palaehia__38 High Point 23 Appalachia-- lO Guilford 2i Appalaeliia__33 King 29 Ajjpalaehia.- to Campbell 21 GAMES A AY A})palacliia_-21 Higii Point 17 Appalachia__26 Cjiiilford 27 Appalachia__28 Catawba 23 Appalaeliia-._29 Lenoir Rhyne 21 Appalacliia-- II- East Tennessee __39 l injf yinffi sei ' cn - x ' -J C — i nf t Ximt i -t ii hf I ■■■ — — ■■■• ■■ ' ■ ' ■■■■■ — ■ ■■ ■ ' li Bi:ii;Kii;iiniKHi i«m si Pa( e Ninety-nine WE CATER TO THE BETTER CLASS OF PRINTING AND BINDING WE KEEP BUSY DOING WORK OF THE BETTER KIND MUSE-WHITLOCK CO. RULING — PRINTING — BINDING JOHNSON CITY, - TENNESSEE 1 11 If e Oiif II u ml ml III I ft ' FURNISHED BY 1|p5 PORT R A I T S OF ) .V T I .V C T I O N WE ALSO DO KXPHRl KODAK IIMSHIXC. C O M M K R C I A L IMI O T O (J R A P H S I THE i PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK IN THIS ANNUAL THE I BURR HARRISON j STUDIO I f ARCADE BUILDING 1 JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE I ' ntfi iii Ihlit ' liiil I ' lHIf j I GENERAL SHALE I PRODUCTS CORPORATION ! I Manufacturers of I Artistic Facing- Brick Common Brick j H o 1 1 o w B II i 1 d i n g- T i 1 e j Eaves Hollow Brick I Plants located at j I Johnson City — TENNESSEE — K i n g s p o r t j ' ' The South ' s Largest Producers ' ' I I 1 ■ ■ ■ A%, RED BAND wins -Save " Tests, fr ' ■ ' " ' ■ ! " ■ ' " " ' " f t ' ' - " ■ ' ' ' BAND has von I ' r? V " ttst. after test, throughout the South. Ami j q ' J f " ' ' ' ■ ' • ' " ■ ' " l ' ' " " ' " ' ■■ B.WDS savin- i ways as of its winninji; ways. I RED H.VN ' D costs a few ] ennies more than ordinary fh)urs. Yet. in a j thrift year — 1930 — when extravagances just couldn ' t be tolerated, more I RKU H.WD was used than during any previous year: and I9;S1 i)roniises j to be still larger. j Remarkable. ' Not at all. RED BAND saves as it serves. Because I it ' s so perfectly balanced in glutens and starches, only about half as ! much shortening is necessary. There ' s never any waste, because RED j B. NI) always performs perfectly. There ' s greater food value in it, j too! I RED BAND COMPANY j Johnson City, Tennessee too- ' (ii c (III! UuiiiIi-kI Fife EAST TEWESSKK : WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY i LIN ILLE RIN ' ER RAILROAD COMPANY ! ; SUMMERS HARDWARE CO. I WHOLESALE ONLY j j I l;ii l ;ire. Cutlery. Sjiorting ' (roods. Stoves. Ranges. I ' ainls, ' ar- | i nislies, I ' arm Implements. Building Materials. | I |{,iiln).i(l. Mill. Mine. Kk ' t ' trioal, Phiinhing and Heating- Su|)|)li(s. j j Ainciic.in Hoilcrs and Radiators. Standard | I . anitarv Kiiainchvaro. f J () H N S O N C I I ' ' , TENNESSEE I HODGE DRUG COMPANY j F. H. Hodg ' e. Owner Where Tlie Students Supply " riieir Needs j Boone Steam Laundry i P a s t i ni e T heat r e ! I ) •; ' C.lrd nng, rrcssmg ? | ! Altering Phone 56 j I = Boone, North Carolina j I HOONE, N. C. I i i . i j ' ( ' Place of ijood Shows fiiil, (hii 11 iiiiilrifl SI. SPAINHOUR, INC. BOONE ' S SHOPPING CENTER High Quality .Merchandise always at the Lowest Possible Price. A Modern Department Store that gives you a Hearty Welcome anc ALWAYS APPRECL TF,S YOUR BUSINKSS Farmers Hardware and Supply Company, Inc. Corner Main and Depot Streets M- ' k E. ■very Gra ■ve Wc extend a hearty welco ne to college students. Your will find YOUR XF.KDS in HARDWARK HERE! REMINE MEMORIAL CO. Our -zcork is done for those nvho love and IV ho remember. JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE PARTS SERVICE ACCESSORIES R W CHEVROLET CO. The (ireat American Value 1931 Chevrolet I ' liiji ' (hif Hiniilvnl l ez ' en HOMK INTER KSTS COMK FIRST AT THIS HANK WATAUGA COUNTY BANK Boone, North Carolina I L. L. CRITCHER i ! I I If X ■ . I i Di ' ulcr ill i I Hoone Clothint : Store i I I Can DUOS, S ' ATIONER ■, ! j Notions and Groceries ? j I The Miin ' ' s Store Corner Star ■( ' I KooNK, North Carolina j I COLLEGE STREET? | i ! i I liooiie Feed C()nii)any ' Iiol( ' .uil( ' and Ret (111 I I I Dialers in I ' Iciiir. ii-cil. (iraiii i I- ' iclil Srril. and i ' crl ilizi r. CA LAND DRV j ¥ 1 1 XTIXT I j j CLKANINC; I W. L. COOK, Manager i ISooN j:, Hals Cliaiitil and Hlocked — j 1 I l.adiis ' U ' ork a Specialty • i I I ' hoiii ' CO i ! j I Niiniii ( Mioi.iNA I j liooNK, - - Noni ' ii Cmioi.ina I i ; I CORRKCT FOOTWEAR Hiovs ii-huilt Shoes for Men and VVonien Mere you can ;;■(■( tlir lorrrct slippi r oi- slioc for (■ i-ry occasion. Tlic assortment is larii ' c anri filled lo your ci« ii special needs. HARRIS BROTHERS I ' ll,!, Dm II mill nil F.iiiht BOONE DRUG COMPANY " The Rexall Store " (;. K. Moose— Owners— J. R. McNairy EVERYTHING CARRIED IN A GOOD DRUG STORE PLUS COURTEOUS SERVICE j Peoj les Bank I ' rust I I Company f I ]5ooNi:, - - XoHTH Carolina | j Jl e pai two hinds of iiitfrest — I FOUR PEN CEXT .1X1) j PER SOX A L I — Jf ' e Appreciate Your Business — Central Barber Shop | Courteous Service ! Sanitary Shop — Work guaranteed. j Everything clean, sparkling and sani.ary. | I We solicit your trade and pleased to give r A you the best of service to bring you back P ? to see us. I f 1 Located under THE CITY MEAT M.A.KKET | f Look i " T tlie Sign. I I AVERS BROTHERS Electric Cuntractiny RADIOS- j Aticiiter-Kent and General Electric Special Repair Work on all makes ( j j i The City Shoe Shop j ? W. H. Jones, Proprietor i I I 5 End of College Street facing Main Highway = A The best of service rendered — work guaran- | : teed — Special Attention given to I j School Students. Boone, North Carolina | i TUCKER MATTRESS CO, I N O H 1 ' O H A T E I) Manufacturers of Quality Line Mattresses and Box Springs ASK YOUR DEALER Johnson City, ------ Tennessee Paye One Hundred Sine 3iitogriUif)S Pdife ( m llnuilnil Tfn aiitogtapfjs Page One Hundred Elevt aiitogniyljs Date Due APPALACHIAN " siATE mm GOLIEGE BOONE, N. C.


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