Central High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Cookeville, TN)
- Class of 1931
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THE CENTRAL HIGH SCCHUOIL
CPUBLISHED BY SENIOR CLASS
T has been the aim of the stall
to make this volume of THE
CAVALIER a treasure chest of
golden memories which will bring
back in future years and always keep
near us the loving scenes of our happy
high school days at Central High.
MR. S. L. GIPSON
Miss ANNA MARY CuMM1Ns
To L-9VIr. Qipson, Our Superintendent,
and to 4-914 iss Cummins, Our S ponsor,
who have sacrificed so much of their time and have worked
for us so incessantly, we, the Senior Class of 1930,
respectfully dedicate this first volume of
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THE CAVALIER STAFF
VALLIE Bo.-x'rM.xx ..,.. Irllirnr-in-Clziwf O'1"1'Is PHILLIPS . . . . . Club Eililor
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NTINXIIE PIPPIN ...... Fmfurr Eriilur V1Rr:1x1A Txmmvsox ,.... Sport Edimr
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HASKEL HINDS LIVESAY
President F. F. T. Club, '29g President Senior
Class, '30, Assistant Editor Annual, '30, Vico-
Presirlent F. F. T. Club, '30.
"True worth and dignity has won for him
the admiration of his neighbors."
Glve Club, '29, '30, Indoor Games Club, '29, '30.
"Our hearts are lighter for having known
PAUL F. HAILE
Vive-President F. F, T. Club, '28, President F.
F. T., '29, Vluu-President "C" Club. '30: Basket-
ball, '27, '30, Captain Football, '29g Football,
"He is one of the most cavalierly of the
Svc-relary Dramatic Club. '29g Sevretary-Treas-
ure-r Gaicty Gang, "Ua.va.lier" Staff, '29.
"Happiness is one thing in life she doesn't be-
lieve in postponing."
-I. WILBUR JOHNSTON
Serretary-Treasurer Senior Class, '29, '30, Foot-
ball, '28, '29, "C" Club, '28, '30.
"Everybody likes him-what more could he
Avo ANDERSON ,
Baxter Seminary. '26, President Music- Ulass,
'29, "Cavalier" and Annual Staffs '29, '30: Glee
Club, '29, '30, Modern Readers' Club, '30, Out-
door Games Club, '30: Junior High Prophet
and Valedictorian, '27,
"Patience, boys. She's a woman and can be
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"True merit often lies in being quiet."
NIARGIE ORA ANDERSON
Annual Subs:-ription Vnmniittc-eg Annual Stan"
Committee, Glee Club, '29, '30, Basketball. '24i.
'30, "C" Club, '30g Three Stripes and 1.1-tter.
t'To some people life is one long giggle."
CLIFFORD S. CARUTH ERS
President "C" Club, '29, Sergeant-at-Arins "l""
Club, '30, F. F. T. Club, '29, '30: Football, '28
'30g Basketball, '27, 'RlD.
"He is handsome, jolly and is "super-minded."
Secretary and Treasurer Home Eeonoines Class,
'27, '2Sg Chairman Senior Class Program Com-
mittee, '29g President Modern Rezfulm-rs' Club,
'229g Vive-President Le Cerele Franr-als. '29, '30,
Editor-in-Chief "The Bubble", '2N, '291 Editor-
in-Chief "The Cavalier", '29, Editor-in-Chief
of the Annual, '30g Glee Club, '29, '30: Junior
High Valedictorlnn, '28, Valedictorizm. '30,
Sc-holarship Key, '30.
"A smile that bubbles from a heart that loves
its fellow classmates."
FRED M. FITZPATRICK
Class Reporter, 'BOQ Secretary and 'l'reusurer F.
F. T. Club, '30g "Cavali r" Staff, '30g Annual
Staff, '30g Athletic Club. '29.
"For just one minute he left off his perpetual
Giee Club, '29, '30,
"VVe are thankful to whatever fate th
her to 'lS.H
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ROBERT STANTON GREENWOOD
l"haii'man Program Committee, Oreliestrag Bas-
lu-tball, '28, '30, LP Cert-lo Fran:-ais, Track
Ms-vt, '28, Deelamation Medal. '2T.
"His originality ancl jolly good nature are
Pre-sirlent Modern Readers' Club, '30, Vir'e-Prf's-
iclfent Musis- Vlafs, '2!L '30, Profzram Committee,
'30, Editor-in-C'hief "The f'avalier", '30, Glu-e
Vluh, '29, '30.
"Honest effort and eihcient service reaps true
HUBERT FRANK BUSH
S"l'l'l'Hll'V and Trl-asurei' "t"' Ulub. '28, Basket-
ball, '30, Football, '28, '29, Ds-f'laimrr, '29.
"A brilliant mind, a skillful hancl, and a glo-
rious courage are his."
Pr'og'ram Committee. '30, Captain Basketball
Team. '27, '28, Basketball, '26, '30, "C" Club,
'30, Glee Club. '30, Dramatic Club, '28, Gaiety
Gang, '26, '30, All Tournament Forward '30,
High Scorer of Basketball, '28, '29, '30.
"Her sunny smile and the golden glint of her
hnir well reflect her bright, winning person-
IJAVE THOMAS HUDDLESTON
F. F. T. l'luh, '29, '30: Athletic Club, '29.
"VVe know where he likes to he, so we won't
separte them here."
,IUANITA SUE COWELL
Uharity Dye School, Indianapolis, Ind., and
John R. Atkinson Memorial. Earlington, Ky..
'27, S1-4-retary and Treasurer "C" Club, '30,
"Cavalier" Staff, '29, Secretary Health Club.
'28, Annual Staff, Le Cercle Franc-als, Orches-
tra, '29, '30, Basketball, '28, '30, Salutatnrizm.
"And still the wonder grew that one small
head could carry all she knew."
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F, F. T. Club, '29, '30: Athletic' Uluh, '29.
"Through the past we can see the bright light
of his kindness still shining."
ilf'IAL'DE EDYTHE ELMORE
Monterey High Srhnol, '26, '2T3 Vlnss Sm-r-rr-tn1'y.
'zxg Assistant Ellitnr "'l'ln1 Vavnlie-r", '2!4g Ibrzr-
matie Vlub, '28, Lt- For-c'le Francais, '30, Glen-
Vlub, '20, 'RUQ Indoor Gunn-s l"1uh '29, '303
Junior High Salutatorinn, '2S.
"Prim and precise, but she is nice."
T, P, 1., -:s, '29g Baskt-wail. 'zen 'ang ronmtli.
'zsug HC" Crum, '29, '30, F. F. T. vnm, va. wan.
"Nice and chic and an A-I athlete."
JULIA FRANN ENSOR
Basketball, '28, '30g "f"' Ulnh, 'ROQ Gnivty Gang,
"If life were measured by smiles, she would
ROBERT CLAYTON JOHNSON
Se:-re-tary and Treasurer F, I". T. Vlulm, 'ZUQ
Basketball. '26, '30: Varsity Running Guard, '27
'301 Football, '29, '30: HC" f'lul1 'Rllg All Tuul'-
nament Running Guard. 'Z!0.
"Oh, what is that power he has over women ?"
CHRYSTINE M. FORD
Program lfonimitter-, 'QSM Ring' Urmmittvv, '30,
Gln-Ie Vlub, '29 '3U: Modern Re-rulers' Ulnb, '25,
'ISOQ Indoor Gain:-s Ulnh.
"All hearts are warmer in her presence."
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"Gu Straight Ahead"
"When duty whispers low, 'Thou must,'
The youth replies, AI can'."
MARY ELIZABETH GENTRY
Secretary Le Carole Francais: President Health
Club, '28, '29, "Cavalier" Staff, '30g Annual
Staff, '30g Glee Club, '29, '30,
"Sometimes precious property comes in small
BURA VIRGIL LAWSON
President F. F. T. Club. '29, '30p "Cavalier"
Staff, '30g Glee Club. '28, '29g Assistant Busi-
ness MHUREIJI' Annual, '30g Program Committee.
'29, '30g Best Declaimer, '28, '29.
"Manliness and meekness in him were allied."
NORMA MILDRED GENTRY
Program Committeo, '30: Sec-retary Music Club,
'28g Glee Club. '30: "C" Club, 'RIJQ Dramatic
Ulub, '28, Gaiety Gang, '26, 'aog Basketball, '26,
'28g Track Meet, '27: Letter and Two Stripe-s
"Neat, cute and full of pep."
WAYMAN EsTUs BOHANNON
Old Zion High Schoolg T. P. I.: F. F. T. Club.
"Everybody can't be big talkers so he listens."
Peabody Summer of '29g Program Committee:
Vic-e-President Dramatic Club, '28, Reading
"Being cheerful is no effort at all for Ruth."
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Assistant Editor "The Cavalier", '30, Program
Committee, Indoor Games Club. '29, '30, Glee
Club, '29, '30, Modern Readers' Club, '30, Junior
High Class Poet.
"To know her is to love her."
ARLIE M. MONTGOMERY
Burritt College, '28, '29, F. F. T. Club, '30,
"None but himself can be his parallel."
DELMA CLORENE HENSLEY
Glee Club, '29, '30, Indoor Games Club, '29, '30,
Health Club, '28, '29.
"Our hearts are Hlled with pleasant memories
Football, '29, F. F. T. Club, '27, '231 "C" Club,
"He is the mirror of all courtesy."
Algood. '27, Vice-President Modern Readvrs'
Club. '29, Program Committee for Senior Class,
Indoor Games Club, '29, Glee Club. '29.
"She moved in the light of her own making."
BONDA MONETTE JENKINS
Modern Readers' Club, '28, '30, Glee Club, '29,
"She is the quiet, kind of a girl that one
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Reporter nl' Agr'ic-iilturv Ulassp Sc-rg.'z1l1t-at-Arms
ol' Af.u'ic'ultu1'o Vlassg "C" Club, '29, '30, Font-
lmll, JR, 29.
"To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield."
ESTELLE MAR112 juni:
Annual and "4":Lvalier" SHUT. '303 Captain of
Indoor Games Vlulu, '2!+: Sm-rotary and Treas-
urer Musif' Class, '29, Health Club, '2S.
"She liked whate'er she looked on and her
looks went everywhere."
VERA Dow LAMB
cnt-e muh, '29, '30,
"She is quiet, unassuming and does her work
NVilcli-1' High S:-hool: York Institute: Basketball,
'20, '28, Glue 1"lulx '29 '30, Indoor Games Plub.
'29, '30, Muml rn llc-:uit-Vs' t'lub, '30.
"She is little, but she is wise, she is a won-
der for her size."
"t"' Club, '29, '30: Varsty Football, '28, '29: Le
t'ex'i'1u Franc-als, '29. '30, 'l'i'uck Meet, '26, Bus-
kvthall, '29, '30.
"Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles
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President Home Economic-s Uluh, '28, '293 Glee
Club, '28, '29, Indoor Games l'luh, '29, 'DHL
"All the beauty of the place is in thy heart
and on thy face."
RIDLEY CLAXTON LlPCHURCH
York Institute '!6. '29, Bzrslcetlmll "'7 "HV
High Soorei' in Tournamr-nt, 'Zlfl,
"He has proven himself worthy of being
called a Cavalier."
il'qARY AIJA NE.AI,
"Cavalie1"' Staff, '30, Business lklarrzign-r' ol' Uns-
kctball T1-nm, '2N, 'ROI Basketball, '26, '301 "l"'
Club, '30, Gaiety Gang, '26, T103 Athlvtir- Uluh.
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever."
F. F. T. Vlubg Music' Mmlnl. '2X.
"He is too musical to be called quiet."
HELEN LUCILE PARIS
Smithville High, '26, '27, Li- We-rvlo l71'anr'ais.
'29, '30g tile-e Vluh, '28, '30, Athletic t'luli, '29:
Dramatic- Vluli, 'ZN: Musir' Vinh. '29, 'fltlg Gaim-ty
Gang, '27, '30.
"Gentleness proclaims a soul exquisite."
"Cavalie1"' Staff, '2D: Reporter Gaiety Gamr:
Annual Stuff, Gaiirty Gang, '26, '30, Iiranmtic-
Club, '2N, '29,
"Echoes of her merry laughter
VVill startle us in future times
With memories of Central High
Within its lovely silvery chimes."
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Wilder High. '26 '27, Club Program Commit-
tee, Modirn RI-aders' Club, '28 '30, Indoor
Games Club, '29, '30, Glee Club, '29, '30.
"'Tis an inward glory to be kindly."
Orchestra, '29, '30.
"Persuasion tips his tongue when'er he talks."
Vice-President Juninr Class '2R. '29, Secretary
and Treasurer Dramatic Club, '28, '29, President
Gale-ty Gang, "Cavalier" Staff, '29, '30, Glue
Club, '28, '29, '30.
"ls she not passing fair?"
HAZEL MAXINE TERRY
tary Health Club, '29. '29, Annual Staff,
'30, Vice-President Modern Readers' Club, 'Z9.
'30, Le Cercle Francais, '29, '30, Health Club,
"She is pretty to walk with and witty to
talk with and pleasant, too, to think on."
Basketball Captain, '29, Basketball Manager,
'30, President Dramatic Club. '29, Vice-Presb
dent Gaiety Gang '29, Gloe Club, '30, Basket-
ball, '26, '30, "C" Club, '29, '30.
"As merry as the clay is long."
RUBYE ELIZABETH WAYE
Program Committee, "Cavalier" Staff, '30, In-
door Games Club, '29, '30, Glee Club, '29, '30,
Modern Readers' Club. '28, '30.
"Where there is a f'Waye" there is a will."
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The Senior Class of 1930
Our golden days are at an end,
And tears in every eye
Show how true it all has been
And how 'swift the days went by.
No one knows how hard we'-ve fought
To win what we have won,
But what we know has not been bought
And what we have done is done.
We may see in years to come
Iulow we've fought and why,
But just the same we've had our fun
And hate to leave old Central High.
May our teachers so patient and dear
Through all their struggle and strife
Remember us ever--cloudy or elear-
In every day of life.
lllay eaeh one left here be true
To his dear old purple and white,
Jnd hope as long as the shies are blue
That what they do is right.
But ah! too soon will end the bliss
Of memories that seem worth while,
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And with every tear a smile.
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HE fall of I926 found a group of sturdy boys and girls on the mark at Central
High ready to run the race which would finally mean success if they ran it
steadily onward. They were running to win the honor of being prepared to
be the leaders of the next generation.
This band treading carefully onward under the guidance of Superintendent
Gipson, james R. Greer, Fowler Clark, Mabel Holladay, Amy Shipley, Clara Starnes and
Ruth McGee for four and a half months. They were then encouraged by passing on the
Evermore encouraged and determined by their first success, they trudged into the next
semester with a zeal which caused them in May to win the first lap of their course.
The Central High girls were victorious in the Upper Cumberland Girls' Basketball
Tournament and they proudly carried the banner of honor to the school.
They celebrated by spending a delightful day picnicking at Fall City with Miss Holli-
day and Mr. Greer as chaperons.
Refreshed by their vacation this ardent group fell in line in September for the second
lap of the course they had started the year before. They were under the leadership of
Mr. Gipson, Gilbert Hatfield, Eddie Watson, Lillian Young, Mabel Holladay, Clara
Starnes and Ruth McGee. They ran swiftly but carefully over the different courses of
learning. They ran so cautiously that they had reached the second goal of their race
Before disbanding for the summer this bunch went to Monterey Lake for a wonderful
picnic with Miss Young and Miss McGee.
The fall of '28 found sixty-nine of this anxious bunch of well-trained trackmen at
Central High with Gipson, VVatson, Hudgens, Cummins, Ward, Starnes, Baulch and
McGee to pass over the courses of history, physics, French, geometry and agriculture. All
of these territories were covered by May. Their success was again celebrated by a pleasant
outing on Caney Fork river at the F. F. T. Camp.
This same group with a small assembly from Jamestown combined more strongly than
ever in the fall of ,29 with Mr. Gipson, Watson, Hudgens, Hutton, Ward, Cummins,
Freeman and Crawford to make the last lap of their race and reach the final goal. They,
through the fields of history, completed the course in French, struggled economically over
great stretches of "Social and Business Conditions of the United States," marched scien-
tifically through chemistry, tripped musically through vast stretches of staffs and scales
and over many troublesome little notes and finally came to the end of a happy successful
year in May.
During the year the boys held high the trophies as being the runners-up in the Upper
Cumberland Boys' Basketball Tournament. ,
During the year two of this group's projects were sponsoring a picture show to buy
suits for the boys' basketball team and the clas play. The proceeds of the play were used
to erect a drinking fountain in honor of Mr. R. L. Farley, one of the school's most worthy
patrons. The fountain was placed on the campus at Central High as an everlasting re-
minder of the graduating class of 1930.
The last lap of the course was finished in May, and forty-six of the runners said almost
in the language of Paul: "We are now ready to be graduated and the time of departure
is at hand. We have fought a good fight, we have finished the course, we have kept our
notebooks, and written the themes. Therefore we have given to us our diplomas-markers
of wealth gained and pointers to the future wealth. Some have forsaken us, but the faith-
ful are rewarded."
Again they enjoyed a happy picnic at the home of Miss Cummins and another picnic
and party combined at the F. F. T. Camp.
MARY ELIZABETH GENTRY.
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S I left New York harbor on board the great ship Marcella little did I think
that I was to be on board when the good ship went down. The third day
on the water, September 24, 1931, the cry went out that the ship was going
down. VVe were rushed immediately into life boats and in the excitement in
reaching these I fell overboard. As the cold water flowed over me I felt myself
lost in black oblivion. As things began to clear up I found myself once again in my old
home town of Cookeville starting again on my trip to France to continue my study of
the French language which I had started under Percy B. Freeman at Central High in
Cookeville. I was carried to the station in the limousine of Mr. and Mrs. Patil Haile.
Mrs. Haile was formerly Virginia Thompson. They were still living in Cookeville,
where Mr. Haile was the manager of the now great Allen Shirt Factory. On the way to
the train Paul remarked that his old friend, VVilbur Johnston, was on the road selling
patent medicines for the VV. R. VVatkins Company.
Once on board the train I felt perfectly safe because my old friend Donald Wall was
now engineer on the T. N. C. After a while a familiar voice came floating to my ears. I
immediately recognized the voice that used to stand in front of the Cookeville fruit market
and yell "Bananas-two for five cents." Hubert Bush was not selling bananas now, but
was selling cold drinks on the train. Hilbert told me that Julia Ensor had been disap-
pointed in love and was now teaching school in Baxter.
I took a taxi when I reached the great Central station in New York and was sur-
prised to find that Robert Greenwood was my chauffeur. Bob told me that he and Ottis
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there. He took me out to the Harris Hotel, one of the finest hotels of the city. This was
owned by my old friend Hubert Harris. Hubert took me out that night to see Vallie
Boatman, who was now a famous actress on Broadway. He told me that Fred Fitzpatrick
and Hazel Terry were now married and that Fred was now dealing in second-hand
cars, profiting by the experience gained in his old Ford during the last days of his high
school life in 1930.
Sunday morning we went to church where we heard Clifford Caruthers deliver a very
inspiring sermon. Our old friend Aline Bullington sang a beautiful solo just before the
sermon. Clifford told me that he had been trying to convert Grace Moody, who was
working in a large department store, but he thought her case hopeless.
I left New York on board the Marcella which was commanded by Captain Haskell
Livesay. Haskell told me that he had just come from Chicago, where he heard that
Helen Paris and Crip Upchurch were married and were outstanding characters in the
business and social life of the city.
- Minnie Pippin was on board. I learned that she had married a wealthy Jew from
Detroit and that she was now on her second honeymoon. Minnie told me that Elnora
Stanton and Mildred Gentry were on the road now selling Pointers-for class purposes
only. She also said that Mary Ada Neal was private secretary for a rich old bachelor
in Detroit and everyone was contemplating matrimony.
I was met in Paris by Mr. and Mrs. Virris Williams. Mrs. Williams was formerly
Miss Osia Carrington. Virris told me that he had just been in England, where he saw
Frank Jared, now a famous detective from reading so many detective magazines while in
high school. Osia told me that Robert johnson was now in Paris studying art and that
Juanita Cowell and Mary Elizabeth Gentry were missionaries in China.
I woke up on board a strange ship and was immediately told that I had come very
near drowning, but we were now safe on a relief ship and almost at shore. I was very
frightened to know that I had been so near death, but really I am glad it happened
because I had learned the future of some of my classmates.
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WILL EDITH SELBY
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LOLA B. BROWN
MARY LOU HUN'TER
MINNIE F. HARBOUR
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MR. FREEMAN MISS MCGLASSEN MISS HAILE
KENNE1'H HAILE . . .... . . . . President
ELLIOT LEWIS .... . Vive-Prrsident
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ROZELLE HUDDLESTON . . . Treasurfr
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MISS ANNA MARY CUMMINS, Sponxor
ALINE BULLINCTON . . ...... . . .... . Prexident
HAZEL TERRY ....... .... . Vice-President
ALBERTA HUN1'ER .... . Sfrrflary-Treasurer
VALLIE BOATMAN . ..... . Reportfr
VALLIE BOATMAN MYRTLE JACKSON
EDWINA BROWN HONDA JENKINS
ALINE BULLINGTON MADELINE JARED
AGNES DILLARD MARY VIRGINIA LANE
MARY PAULINE EDWARDS VICTORIA MAXWELL
ALBERTA HUNTER RUBYE ROSE MOORE
DIMPLE HYDER JEWEL PRICE
ILO Ceirclle Francais
MR. FREEMAN, Sponsor
Motto: "Rien sauf francais"
MARY VIRGINIA LANE . . ...... , .... . President
VALLIE BOATMAN ...... ..... V ire-Prfxident
MARY ELIZABETH GENTRY ..,.... . Sffrftary-Trraxurer
Aim: The Club is making a study of French Customs. French Songs are also an inter-
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VALLIE BOATMAN MARY ELIZABETH GENTRY
EDWINA BROWN RUTH CIIPSON
LUCILE BUCK ROBERT GREENWOOD
JUANITA COWELL DIMPLE TIVDER
MARY PAULINE EDWARDS ALBERTA HUNTER
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MISS HAILE, Sponsor
Motto: "VVe work for health, home and happiness"
WILLIE HOWARD DRAPER
LOLA BELL BROWN
MINNIE FLOYD HARBOUR
ANNA ROSE JOHNSON
MARY ALICE ENGLAND
WILL EDITH SELBY
MARY ALICE MONTGOMERY
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RAY S. VVARD, Sponsor
BURA V. LAWSON ..... ..... .... . P resident
HASKELL I-IINDS LIVESAY . . . Vim-Prvsidrnl
FRED FITZPATRICK . .,.... Sfcrzlary
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The purpose of the F. F. T. Club is to promote vocational agriculture in the high schools
of Tennesseeg to create more interest in intelligent agricultural pursuits and nurture a love of
country lifeg to provide recreation and educational entertainmentg to promote thrift, Scholarship
and rural leadershipg to afford a medium for co-operative marketing and buyingg to establish
confidence in the farm boy, and to foster an appreciative attitude toward co-operation through
participation in its activities.
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Motto: "Pep, push and sportsmanship"
Aim: Our aim is to better ourselves in athletics, to help our School, to keep our rules and to help
others to do S03 to be sports in every game
Of life and tO make the "C" a go.
MALCOLM "MOUSIE" QUALLS
ESTEL "RABBIT", WALL
ARNOLD HSLEEPYU SPARKS
RAYMOND "GUS" SHIPLEY
HARRY 'KLORD RANDALL!! EMERY
CLIFFORD "HEAVY" CARUTHERS
OTTIS 'VTEUTONH PHILLIPS
ROBERT UDOLLY BOB" JOHNSON
VVILBUR HCHOPMUPU JOHNSTON
JULIA FRANN ENSOR
MARY ADA NEAL
JONELDA "JOE" AMENT
VIRGINIA "JENNY" THOMPSON
PAUL "GoOF" HAILE
RIDLEY HCRIPH UPCI-IURCH
BEN "DUDE', SIDWELL
HURERT "DIzz" BUSH
BLANCHE "SUPER" HUDSON
OSIA "RED" CARRINGTON
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MR. P. B. FREEMAN, Sponsor
ALINE BULLINGTON. . . . . . . Editor-in-Chief
NELI.IE HALL ....... ...... . Assistant Editor
FRED FITZPATRICK .... ...... . Sports Editor
EI.NoRA STANTON . . . . . flssistant Sports Editor
MARY ELIZABETH fiENTRY . . ..... Art Editor
RUBYE VVAYE . . . . .
EsTEI,I.E JUDD . .
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VIRGINIA LANE .....,
MARY PAULINE EDWARDS . . .
EDVVARD CAMERON . . .
RUBYE R0sE MODRE .
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1l'929s'3fIl Athletic History
Central's girls' basketball team lost only one game out of the sixteen games played.
This game was to Smithville. Algood has always given Central more regular compe-
tition than any other team we played. We beat them twice this year with a one-point
margin. Carrington is always responsible for that one point. Our girls were in many
people's minds the favorites in the last tournament. They walked over Algood and
Byrdstown as usual in the first two games, but Livingston, another favorite, 'loomed
ahead. This game was what I'd call heart-breaking, one-half minute to play, Liv-
ingston leading one point, Central shoots, the ball lodges on the goal, rolls off and-
the game ends. This ends the season for these girls who have played together for
four years and who won the Upper Cumberland Girls' Basketball Tournament four
years ago. All these girls graduate this year except Captain Hudson, Scott, Cole and
Reviewing our basketball season we find that the boys lost only four games out
of the seventeen played. These games were lost to four of the best teams in the
Upper Cumberland section-Smithville, Carthage, Algood and Sparta. Our boys seem
to have played under a handicap all the later part of the season with one of the
regular players always on the injured list. The Manchester game was played with
only two regular men, this being due to the football season not being over. Our
hardest games were the ones that were lost because they were uncomfortably close all
along. Central's boys' team drove Crawford in the local tournament, having beaten
them twenty-three points in the first of the season. The next game was with Smith-
ville. They were a good team and we knew it. This game was hard fought from
the beginning to the end. Central piling up a score in the first of the game and Smith-
ville in the fourth quarter fell back by one point.
Next came Baxter, who went down because Central was clicking in a more natural
style. The score was twenty-eight to nineteen in favor of Central. The elimination
of Baxter put the Purple and White warriors in the finals with Alpine, the strong
Green and White team of giants. This was the hardest fought game in the tourna-
ment and ended with Alpine in the lead.
Unfortunately Alpine was unable to attend the state tournament and the Central
runners-up were invited to fill the vacancy. Thursday morning Coach Watson car-
ried his Purple and White Cavaliers to Knoxville, where they were beaten by Engle-
wood. This ended the basketball season and disbanded a team of loyal men who had
fought together for four years.
The men who end their high school careers this year are: Wall Ccaptainl, Haile
fforwardj, johnson fguardl, Upchurch Cforwardj, Jared fforwardj, Caruthers
fguardj and Bush Cforwardl.
The "C" Club is made up of members of the teams who wear the C. These let-
ters only refer to football and to basketball. The club has enjoyed many good pro-
grams during the past year. Mr. Watson is one of the ablest coaches and sponsors
we know of and we are proud that fate gave him to us for these years.
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JOHNSON, Fullback ................. . . . 158
CARUTHERS, Center . ..,.. . 178
HAILE, Quarterback fCaptainj . . . 147
SIDWELL, Guard ....... . 140
LANGFORD, Guard . . 132
HUDDLESTON, Guard . 143
ELMORE, Halfback . . I29
POXNTER, Tackle . . 130
BUSH, End .... . 138
JOHNSTON, Tackle . . 161
PH1LL1Ps, Tackle . . 149
RAMSEY, Center . . . . 150
SHIPLEY, Halfback . . 138
SCOTT, End . . . . 140
M0NTcoMExY, Tackle . 155
SPARKS, Tackle . . . 135
WATSON, Coach . . .
JARED, End , . . 135
QUALLS, Canter . . . . 140
HUDGENS, Traincr . .
EMERY, End . . . . 137
FITZPATRICK, Quarterback . . I37
GIPSON, Principal . ..... . . . .
DYER, Halfback . . .........-. . I42
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Central . . . og Gordonsville . . I9
Central . . . . 255 Smithville . . I3
Central . . . og Livingston . . . 7
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MR. EDDIE H. WATSON BLANCI-IE HUDSON
JULXA FRANN ENSOR CARLOS COLI2 MARGIE ANDERSON
BILLIE SCOTT OSIA CARRXNGTON MXLDRED ROBBINS
VIRGINIA THOMPSON MARY ADA NEAL
Central . . . 425 Manchester .
Central . . 365 Baxter . .
Central . . 2Ij Sparta . .
Central . . 445 Gainsboro . .
Central . . 405 McMinnville . .
Central . . 435 Rickman . .
Central . 275 DuPont . .
Central . . 205 Smithville .
Central . . 325 Algood . .
Central . . 445 Carthage . .
Central . . 445 McMinnville . .
Central . 165 Sparta . .
Central . 275 Smithville .
Central . . 445 Carthage .
Central . . 265 Livingston .
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ROBERT JOHNSON RIDLE1' UPCHURCH CLIFFORD CARUTHERS
BEN SIDWELL ESTEI. WALL, Captain FRANK JARED
PAUL HAILE HUBERT BUSH
Central . . . 325 Manchester . . 16
Central . . 235 Baxter . . , I9
Central . . 365 Crawford . . 13
Central . . 245 Sparta . . . . I9
Central . . 265 Gainesboro . . . 9
Central . . 34? McMinnville . . . 23
Central . . 34g Rickman . . . . 23
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Central . . 215 Algoocl . . . . 25
Central . . 315 Carthage . . . . 23
Central . . 285 McMinnville . . . I7
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Central . . 235 Smithville . . I4
Central . . I4Q Carthage . . . 27
Central . . 265 Livingston . . I3
Central . . 305 Gainsboro . . . I9
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NEHI OR CHERO-COLA
There is None So Good
Our Motto: "COURTESY, SERVICE"
MCMURRY AND CO.
Dry Goods. Shoes, Clothing, Ready-
"The Shopping Centre of the Upper Cumberland"
Grace had just received a half hose at.the
junior-Senior banquet as a parting gift when
"Hey, Grace, has your stocking got a run-
ner in it?"
Grace: "Gee, no, it's not even got a foot."
Mr. Watson Cgrading papersj: "Why,
Heavy, Pittsburg isn't a Southern city."
Heavy: "South Pittsburg is a Southern
It was a dark night when the seniors went
to Mr. Ward's house on a picnic and party.
Miss Cummins said: "If we just had some
moonshine the party would be complete."
Rubye Waye was giving a magazine report
in English class on "Animals as Weather
Prophetsfl She said: "If you will always
notice just before bad weather cows will fail
in their milkf'
Robert Stanton: "Lordy mercy, folks, there
is going to be a cyclone. Our cow is dry."
George Shanks is so polite that he often
gets up and gives his seat to two ladies.
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THE I-IARDING STUDIO
Jeweler and Stationer to the
Senior Class of Central High School
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers
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Don't let the thought of ac-1-ills-nts AUTOMOBILE
mar your motoring pleasure this
Every var owner should he fully
lll'0l'llIl"ll with the Hve prim-ipal kinds
of automobile insuranve: Fire, Theft,
Collision, Property Damage, mul Lia-
And make sure that you are in
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Wm. Shanks Insurance Agcy.
USE AND OCCUPANCY
AIRCRAFT PROPERTY DAMAGE
Is baked under the most
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' Caital. 515,000.00
S I . 38,000.00
Wholesale Grocers MP Us S
COMPLETE STOCK On Deposits
Watertown Sparta . .
Cookeville McMinnville Your patronage Sohclted
Hint No. 1 for Prospective
Bndes- CONSUMER S
The very best in engraved or printed
Wedding Announcements may be
obtained from the Ice Cream and Butter
'Made from N ature's S Weets'
Hardware, Building Material
Furniture, Ranges, Floor
Coverings, Wall Paper
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Equ'p'Ze: Compliments of
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The Fitting of Fine Glasses
DR. GEO. M. SAUNDERS, JR.
T. P. I. CAFE
For 159712562 and
Corner of Shanks Hotel
The Most Inviting Place in Town
Quality Sodas, Cigarettes, Cigars
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EVERYBODY INVITED andfjilet j:ftiff:d"eS
Phone G'3o5 i WYE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGIC
W. F. ENSOR'S
"The Best for a Little Less"
Walk in and Help Yourself
Frazier Jnquess Grady Jnquess
East Sicle Barher
South Side of Public Square
East Sicle Cafe
Southearst Corner of Public Square
Curb Service a Specialty-just Toot
Fuhby Dabhs Clarence Ramsey
Brownis Shoe Shop
We Guarantee a Square Deal
for a Round Dollar
CEDAR STREET 107
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Capital and Surplus, 3100000.00
Under Government Control
MURRAY BALL The Gaineslnoro
cooKEv1LLE, TENN. CO.
Authorized Fstributors Is now in position to furnish
Parlcer Fountain Pens
Seth Thomas Clocks
Fine Watch and few-
the very latest common bat-
tery service for only 7c per day
up, and long distance service
to all parts of the country.
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The Place Where Your Money Buys 1
More "On the Square"
Dry Goods, Shoes and
Next Door to Citizens Bank
Marble and Granite
Dealers in Works
Poultry, Eggs. Wool
Furs, Hides. Etc.
The Best in Quality, Price
For More Than Thirty Years
Nlaclclux fe? Profhtt
J. M. MCCORMICK
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Shoes
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Fastest Growing Store COOKEVILLE, TENN.
WILLIAMS fd TERRY BROTHERS
Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery. Shoes
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Wholesale and Retail
Hardware, Furniture.. Radios, Rugs
EAST COOKEVILLE TWO BIG STORES WEST COOKEVILLE
THE MODEL LAUNDRY AND
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LAUNDRY PHONE 84 DRY CLEANING 275
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COOKEVILLE PLANING MILLS
And All Kinds
Cookeville Planing Mills Cookeville, Tennesse
COOKEVILLE PRINTING COMPANY
THE PUTNAM COUNTY HERALD
Your Home Newspaper
PRINTING THAT PLEASES BOTH TELEPHONES
COOKEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY
Authorized Ford Dealers
Wf6Cli6f Service, Tires and
PHONE 151 COOKEVILLE, TEN N .
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