Decatur High School - Golden Memories Yearbook (Decatur, AL)

 - Class of 1935

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IVlar1e I-Iogans l11e long desm l11e1 11 ll 11111111 1 She was happlly marrled 11d settled 1I1 an adorahle IULIIIQWIOM 011 the stage lfl a New York Ihc 1t1r M11111111 Sherman and XV1ll11n1 Iew1s were a ll0Wl1I1g success 111 1 feth 1 and son act Marle S1n1pson was known exerxwher' for her famous Advantages of Spln sterhood sp eches Some of her ardent 1dn111ers 1nd supporters were Katherme Hoppers Irances Poer a11d Om lVIorr1s P11 Irwln see1ng that lf w 1s usele ss to pmpose 'lily longer to l all1e Mae ew ell, 11ow a tap ancer, had deuded t d d1e1te llIS llle to the studv of pl1armacv ul1a Dent Woodard, a WLIICRIL 1 crker and lVlarjor1e Chunn, a state health nurse were do111 ver con1n1endal1le work t1rou rhout Alabama 1 g Y 51 Dorsey Speer was the pres1den1 of one of tn lugest 11rsl11p lmes 111 the Ulnted States I saw a large dog kennel Invesr1g1t111s1 111rt111r I learned that lVIarjor1e Ph1 n1zy was the owner of tl11s kennel and t 11t she was engaged to a veter111ar1a11 azme I learned tl1at Bobby Anderson was 1 verx 1uceess1ul doctor a11d was also 111 love w1tl1 l11s ofhce nurse Tlns nurse lnppeneu to he 11one otl1er tl1a11 tl1e lovelv hrunette, Ruth FYHUCIS Edward Kullman and Tom Speer were co p1lots for tl1e 70th Century Trans Atlanuc Alr L1ne Cec1l1a Alexander was a 'NLICCCSSILII journahst for the New York T1mes Robert Isentz was rhe d1recto1 o the An11r1c1n Nluseum of Natural Hlstory I-Ie l1ad as h1s very competent asslstants L Nlatthews and Fred Enghsh I saw a large heauuful hosp1tal I nmrd I'llKlI'lQ 1nd laugl1ter and upon look 1ng bv a large tree o11 the hosp1t1l grounds I s1w s xeral nurses rest1ng As I drew nearer I I'LCOgI11Z6d them as 11 111g N11 r1 Sapp IEIHIIIL Isuely I-Ielen Sl1ropsh1re and Sarah Stroud I gathered from the COIIVCYSRTIUH rh1t 'here were several attracuve 1nter11es ID th1s hosp1tal I hnauy caught the n1111es There were Wesley Cook ohn Fehx Wl11te, and ack Kelley Harold Vaughn had take11 tl1e place of B111 Clnlds rad1o s g1ft to the lad1es Kane Waddell was rhe P111 s1eal Edufanon rra1ner at a g1rls camp VIVIHH Hanmgan was the home eco11on11cs 1 1eher 111 Decatur S?I1l0I' I-hgh School Paul Draper a11d Ewell BFISCOC were 11val lnsehall managers Paul was man ager of tl1e St Lotus Cardlnals, and had as one of l11s star p1fLl1t'l'S W1lse1n Burle son Ewell BFISCOC was managmg the Clvcago fuhs 1nd l1e had as l11s r1ght hand man, Emory Vmson ane DAVIS was the 1.312-IIIISI 111 1 very popular orehestra wh1cl1 broadcasted da1lv Olen Drake was one of the most p1pu1ar sports con1ment'1tors of tl1e dav NINETEEN THIRTY FIVE 1231 '1 '- 'A , Y 1-' 1 I J 51,1 1- .A cc", 1 ' . 1 ' it " ' n ' L1 '- er - H1 ' -1 . ' ' V x yu ' I I ' v P' X. A - 7, I ' ' , J xq h K .Qc d 1-' 1 O S '-L 1 "1 1 - i , , J . H Ax WAHM , . 4 kk 1 - ' 1 1 If 1 1 I B' -'f I . I x I l I Il I g v . KY! V-N ' Wendell Terr was an art editor of rhe "XX7o111a11,s Home Com anionv Ma - P f 1 - - K 1 - If -1- I ' . . . , 11- v. 1 - A - I' - - - ' aa 1 ' . . F 1 1 ' K -1 '- 1 . . , , . , I . In e v 4 - , c n A x I l L E I ' . ' '. ' '1. , , ,. , , . . I D - - Q f- - a - x - as , me , ' .' 1 1, ' k f

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PROP!-IECY Ir was a mghr tn late November lhe mm w as LOlNll1g down tn torrents, and the wlnd was blowing ILIFIOUSIX Ilert w1s trulx husbandry lll heaven thelr can les were all out Tlnnlen g tlns 111 xeleal nrgnt lor study I drew a comfort able cha1r before a glowmg hung room tue and soon beeame engrossed tn the read mg of Macbetlt Txred from 1 strenuous d1 at sehool I presently became un consclous ot my surroundmgs The ooen Hreprace beeame a huge caldron and the three weird sisters were hovermg near 1s ll ready to cast thelr magtc spell over me The Ftrst Wltclm approached rather CLll'10Llbly and laylng her choppy finger on her thtn hps wluspered Ilsten hugh stnool Semor' We are prophets of sea and land Tonlght we are at your command R8II16fl1I7tI'lllg that they h ld prophesied lor both Nlaebeth and Banquo, I eager ly rephed It you can loolc mto the future and tell what wlll happen 1n the years to come, speak to me of the Class of 19:1 pose of our V1SlI here fOI1lgI1f X our colors flower and motto are boxlmg now m the ro hetlc flame Watclt closely and the future ol eaeh member of our class P P Y Wlll be revealed to ou Y Suddenly the hre m the calelron grew hrlgnter and before I reahzed what was happemng the vetl of the luture had been lnlted and I was aware of a rapldlv mov mg panorama Boyd Draper who had shown hrs ablhtv as a leader as presldent of the class of 95, was now the football coach at Duke Ifnlverslty I saw Ehnor Green perche el on top ol a huge questlon mark and Edgar Han sell and Alfred Wllsemru slttlng contenteellv at tts base just waltmg I heard a marvelous symphony orehestm ane upon loolcmg saw Eva Love Wyatt gracefully wavmg her baton Billy Busch and Rlehard Xxfatl-'1ns were two vetv successful electrlcal englneers of the day Over the protests of her ohnnx Gxles Iqvelvn Green had at last recelve per mlSSlOH to ass1st Gumme Puckett as a tap dancmg teacher Thexr studro was on the MSJBSIIC MOVlIlg Plcture lot where Clnrlotte Taylor had jomed the band of Golddlggers of 1945 Nladalvn Summer was also a star on thus same lot and was attemptmg to follow rn the footsteps of the mueh adored Mae West Ruth Farrar was I'-OIIOWIIIQ lll the footsteps of O Henry as a successful short story wrlter I saw a very prosperous loolcmg be autx parlor and when I loolced more closely at the operators I recogmzed three of mv old classmates Thev were Dorothy An drew, LOLIVISH Anne Wade and Mlldred Motes THE GOLDEN MEMORIES f22b - A ' 1 -1 1 -l I I 1 -K A vt 1 - ' A 1 1 P 1 ' I . r 1 . 1 P. 1 ' n - ' Y . 1' ' .. I e . I , d SY ' "1 'Q ' 'i ' I . 1 x . Ag 1 1 1 , ' ' ,' ',' - 1' .. C 5 .- 1 1 ' , A U 1 N ' 1 P 1 1 1 - 1 1- 1- 1-1 1 n I 1 1 If K 1 y - - ' D I 1 I 1 1 - 1 I 1 1- . I . . 11 I -'- 1 - 1 1 ' 1 - Ks A 1K If 1 1 5- 1 s . I , A . I ' 1 1 K vl u - I ' .' l ., " N 4 '41 x ' l 3 'I ' 1 ' I- R 111 ' - 1 - x .N TF' 77 "It shall be as ou re uestf' re wlied the Second Witclm, "for that is the ur- Y q I P ' 71 I L h . 1 S I V ' I 3 K l 'A . 1 11 4 A 1 ' 1 - ,j V' I1 , l Q. ' 1 k 1 1 71 - ' - I . ' 1 4 .1 , J , 1. , nd , I I I I 1 J Q 7 I x A I 3 . . P' ' 15 x - H 1 ' . 7 . , . 1 1 ' 11 I -



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