Edmunds High School - Hi Ways Yearbook (Sumter, SC)
- Class of 1942
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ANI., FLIRMAN UNIVERSITY
A.M., UNIVERSITX' oIf CIIICAGO
Heacl of Department of Foreign Languages
EDMUNDS HIGI-I SCHOOL
Our Prienai flzrouglzouf H1'gZI Scfzoof
The following pages in lour Clivisions. each
showing, loesicles our school life, something of
what Edmunds High School has done for Na-
In the first picture usecI to show the contents
of the hoolc, IVIr. Stocldarcl, our principal, makes
announcements over puhlic aclclress. In the second,
Deuwarcl Buttman, presiclent ol the student hooly,
and Charles Propst. president of the senior class,
mmap" things out lor the seniors.
The third picture shows tennis players, Barnes
Boyle, Dorothy Ralflielcl, Elizabeth Boylcin, and
Sonny Lawson as they pause lor a clrinlc of water.
In the last picture, a group ol seniors oio research
worlc lor their term papers in English. They are,
left to right, sealed: David Britton, Norma Boney,
Matilda IVIcI..elIan, Harold Hatlielcl. Standing:
Serena Spencer, P. G. Reynolds.
II. THE SENIORS
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I. THE SCHOOL
MR. WILLIAM HENRY SHAW
ff BA., MIX., DUKE UNIVERSITY
SUNITER CITY SCI-I0oLs
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Left to riqht: Mn. S. L, Ronnriv. NIR. NV. J. SIIAXV, NIR. EARLE RONN'LAND, MR. S. K. NASH. NR. R. K. NNILDER. Cfmirnmn,
Mn. F. M. IVIOISIE, Mn. E. F. IVIILLIZII. Mn. BI.ANuINc UPSI-Iun, DR. C. J. LEIIIMON, Vice-Chairmang Mn. H. G. OSTEIQN
Mn. VV. H. SHAW, Secretary.
The Superintendent and Board ol Educa-
tiong the principal, Assistant Superintendent,
and Dean oi Girls: and the Faculty rnalce up
the Administration ol' Edmunds High School.
They shape the policies of the schooi lor the
instruction and guidance of the pupiis. This
year they have introduced two new features.
in order to prepare the hoys and girls to
talce their proper places in Americais great
national defense program, extra emphasis was
placed, at the end oi the first semester, on
science and mathematics. Additional classes in
these sulajects were formed. and schedules of
students were changed to suit the interests and
needs ol individuals. Classes in radio, auto
mechanics, model airplanes, nutrition, agricul-
ture, home nursing, gardening, knitting. and
Red Cross were crowded with students glad ol'
an opportunity to lit themselves for deliense
Defense stamps, gradually turning them-
selves into defense honds. were sold daily in
the school. A fund lor handling these stamps
was ohtained hy sponsoring an entertainment
in the auditorium early in the year.
The school enrolled l00'XJ in the Junior Red
Cross. Also, hoth students and teachers con-
trilmuled freely to the call ol' the Red Cross for
the emergency war fund.
The Board of Education granted leave of
ahsence for the duration oi the War to those
young men ol the faculty who were called into
the service. They are: iVir. J. R. Barnwell, Wir.
J. N. Berry, Wir. VV. J. Clarlc. Mr. S. J. Smith,
lVlr. J. M. Harris, Wir. Paul Lolton, and lVir.
in the spring, an occupational survey ol the
entire community was undertaken as a senior
class project. There were two purposes in this
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Mus. R. C. Foluesrun MR. Huou 'lf Sronmxnn Mus. LOUISE Y. liARLE
Dean of Girls Principal Assistant Superinlendent
IDENTIFICATION GP PICTURES
MUSIC, ART, FOREIGN LANGUAGES, LIBRARY
Left lu rigInI: IVIrs. A. H. Forester, Art: IX'Ir. L. C. IVIoise,
IVIusifJ: IN'Iiss ,lose-pI1inc XNIIIIEIIIIS, French, and Miss IVIarQnrcl
Brunson. Lnlin and Spunisin. Absent wlmn Ilw pivlurv was
lulevnr Mrs. J. IJ. Ix'InIInrLI. Latin and Dramaiics, nnrI IVIiss
'I'ruIn Edgar. Liiwmrinn.
SCIENCE, IVIA'I'HEIN'IA'I'ICS. PHYSICAL EDUCA4
Left to riylxl, svulerl. front: Ixir. R. L. NV:iIIwr, PI1ysir:s nnc,I
Cinernisiry, und IX'Iiss Ixltlftllil Redfern. Giris' PInysirnI IiQcIucn-
lion anrI GirIs' Sports. Sealed Imcle: IX"Iiss Harrie! i'IurImcrI.
Gconwlry mimi 'iirigfonmnelryz IVIrs. R. C. Forester. AIgeImra.
nnLI Mr. I'IugI1 KUIID. Buys' IJI1ysicaI Eciucntion ami Business
IVIuIIlcmuIius. Slumling, Izucle: INIr. JOIIII D. IXICIVIIIIIHH. Bi-
niogy nmI Boys' AIIuIeIir's, and Ixiiss Hnrrielle Puriurr. BioIogy.
Absent wfwn Ilw picture wus Iulean: WIrs, Percy Vvise,
ENGLISH, SOCIAL STUDIES
Left Io rigfni, urouml tire luizle: Iwiss CI1urIie Cnssc:II.
History m1cI IfngIisIxg IVIrs. Pretlo H. Brunson. IVIocIf-rn ProIn-
Ivms: IX'Iiss IfIizaInc-III Hepburn, EngIisI1 ancI IIII: AnnunI:
Ixiiss .Iuiia Ruyn0IcIs, EngIisI1 and IVIucIern I7roIJIvms: Iwiiss
RUII1 I'Inrrin,r1Ion. IfngIisIl uml History, amI IN'Iiss I"IeIen
-rilyIIJf, EIIQIISII Zlllll IXIIULIEYII IDYOIJIEHIS.
Front, rigfit: IX'Irs. VViIIaurn Bateman, Home Ifrnnmnics.
Front. left: IVIrs. Hugim Knight. Home Economics nmI Cafe-
Icriu. Others. lvfr Io riylnl: IVIiss Catherine IVILIFCIIISUII, Steno-
g1rapI1y nncI rI4ypc-writing: IVIr. J. VV. CI1anrIIc,'r. Ixier-Imnic'aI
Drawing un4I DivcrsiIic:cI Ovcupations: Niiss Irma Vvvinimrg,
I3ooIcIn.:eping nnrI OIIIPQ Practice: IVIr. Henry Ellis, IVIanunI
Training. :md Mr. I'InroIcI Prince, JournaIism nncI EngIisIu.
ENGLISH, Socml. Srumes ,-
Absent when Ilia picture was Iufwn: Mr. .I. B. AIuxamIer,
CALLED 'VO TI"IE COLORS
IVIr, .I. R. BarnweII. Science: IX'Ir. .I. N, Berry, Science
ancI Aliiieticss IVIr. VV. .I. CIarIi. Scicmze ami AlIiIelics: IN'Ir.
S. .I. Smith. Frencix: IX'Ir. J. INI. I'Iarriss, D'InnuaI Training:
Ixir, Paui Loilon, Agrir'uIlure, nmI NIL I'I0warcI Lincisey.
IJI1ysicaI Education at II1e .Iunior I'IigIi ScIiuoI. All UI Iilesc
Iiavc been granted a Icave nI nIJsc-nce Ivor lI'1c cIuration oI lIlc
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survey. The first was to Ijinci out just wI1at
Icincis OI' work are to Iae Iounci in Sumter and
what the annuaI turnover in empIoyment is for
eacI'1. This wiII sI1ow wI1al Icincis of joI3s and
about Iiow many will Ine open Io our graduates.
Tile statistics tI1us compiIecI wiII maize ciear
what tieIcIs are overcrowcIecI. Time second
purpose was to Iearn from tI1e past experience
ot tI1e empIoyers just what subjects in time vo-
cationai department need speciai attention. It
is lI1e Ilope of all Concerned that a I1igI1 scI1ooI
piacement Iaureau wiII Iae tI1e outgrowtiu of the
unciertaicing. Thus II1.e slucients of Edmunds
High ScI1ooI will Iiave a Iaetler Ciwance oI suc-
cess in Iife atter graduation.
Religion pIays an important part in the IiIe
ol every student at Edmunds I'IigI1 School.
Each student begins his clay by participating
in a short cIevotionaI service in his homeroom.
Every assemhly program is hegun with a reacI-
ing Irom the Bihle, given hy one of the stu-
ctents, anct foIIoweeI Iimy the stuclent Iaoclyls re-
peating together the Lorclts Prayer.
The heaIth ol the students is guarclecl in
many ways. There is a caleteria that provicles
the proper food, at a very Iow Cost. Provision
is made lor physiral eclutation Ior Iaoth hoys
IDENTIFICATION or PICTURES
Beginning at top on left, then reacting across,
left to right, anct encting with Iaottom picture
Scripture Recuting at Assemtmlies
Left, front futile: .Iuhn Princrc, Ifthrrl Yvarnnr, Hilton King.
Vl1lli'IlllEl Dees, Charles Blair. Buble tatrle: Ixlargueritm- Niftmls,
Rita Ryan, Iflizahcllx Buyliin, SIN-parcI Dunn, Right, front
tutmtvr Iiarlynv Reese. Dora VV1-IIs. Buck tuIJIv: Ivlilftllli
Ge-tlnlings, Leola Neshitt, Patty I'IoIman, George June, .Io
Core of tlm cjl,IN't!'lllI,UTl
First illlllf' an Ivft, Ilaflcs Io KUIIIPTUZ Louise Cjslexorni-, Ix"Iary
Alia- Ijrortor. 'I'Invn. Ivft to right: IVIyrtIe Staltorcl. Nlargie
Hicks, Ijrances Ixlaltln-ws, Patty I'IoIman. Svcuml tuI1Ie on
Ivfr: ECI Dunlap, Clare-nre Evans. First taI:Ie on right, Imcles
to Cunzeru: Lawn-are Vvhite. Elimtit-il. Boylan. Tlnvn, Ieft to
riylltr Nnrwaocl Srllwartz, Rita Ryan, Ce-bil Young. Secuml
IIIIJIP on right. Imcle Io Unnwru: Ixlargie Rec Curtis. Then.
Ivft to right: .lean Sutton, Claire Pluwrlen. Louise Herint,
IJ, Ci. Reynolzls. Beside the rutzinet: .lim IxIaIIanI, Serena
Spencer, .lean Chancller.
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First IUIJIP, Imrlzs In Camera, left to right: Flon-nic
Rcmlaerl, Iimily KOIIJ. Franu-s IVIoses, Facing canuru
I OOL LIFE
and girls the year rouncl. Every stuclent is re-
quirecl to have a physical examination in the
lall, ancl that examination is lollowecl up to
correct any physical clelects or organic troulales
lnelore they may become serious.
The home economics clepartment ol' the high
school is proviclecl with a sewing room. a
kitchen, ancl a clining room. This course olilers
attractions to all girls ancl even a lew hoys.
Besides the time-honorecl ucoolcing ancl sew-
ingn the students learn to plan formal meals,
serve them, and to play hostess ancl guest on
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Thelma Does, Dan Brown. Norma Boney. Seconzl lotnle, tmeles to
cmneru, left lo right: Lonnie lxflatlnis, Clarence Brunson. Fucing crmwra:
Frances Reynolds. Ruhy Carrcnlon, Peggy Rivers, Connie Brothers,
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Center: rlqonuny Hughes, shooting. Left lo riglil: Ricllarcl Deus, James
Barwiclc, Jimmy Moise, Joe Bagnal. Left, left to riglzl: Porter Rivers
fstancling loaclcl, Billy Jones, Frank Hurst, Bill Gihson. Right: Bill
IAIUQPIKIS, RCYCTCCI ETCIWEIFCI lDUCt!lll.
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Front, left to right: Frances Nloses. Tillie Flowers. Buch row, left to
right: Dol Holton, Elizabeth Boyliin, Pauline Cooper. Katherine De-
Lornie, Dorothy Vvarrcn, lvlarguerite Nichols. Claire Plowrlen, Wlatilcla
lvlclsellnn, Peggy Hutll, .lean Elmore.
these occasions. They invite whom they please
from the school, inclucling teachers. The home
economics stuclents are taught the great im-
portance ol a balanced ration, ancl the im-
portance, too, ol louclgeting.
Olhce practice allforcls invaluable experience
lor students who are planning to clo any type
of otltice worlr whatsoever. The teachers call on
these stuclents constantly to clo important worlc
for them. ln the office practice room are type-
writers, a clictaphone, a mimeograph machine,
anol other ollice equipment.
Beginning with bottom picture on the left,
then reacting across the top from left to right,
and ending with bottom picture on the right.
Ori the right, in front of table: XfViII9ur .I:xr:I:son. Buck of
lainie: CIarence Brunson. .Izunes .IoImstnn. On the left, front
row: Giihert Brnciham, .Iohn Peehins, Lonniv IVIatI1is. Center:
Sam Johnston. Brick row: II. P. Broughton, Ernest Driggers,
IVIcncIcI Stafiorci, John ,IoImson.
Left to right: C. VV. Rickard, David Britton, .Inmes
Left to right: Frances IVIcCIure, VViIIi:,um Kinney. XlViI-
Iiam Carter. Dora NVCIIS, CI1arIie Baker, Ixiarian I..eNoir,
Emma DeII Knight, Pz1uIine Cooper.
Beginning nearest the camera. front to back, first row
James Cultino, Haroici Dean, Lonnie Carter, Florence Rem-
The students of EcIrnunoIs High SchooI today
reaIize more than ever Inefore the importance of
physics, as is shown Ioy the many fields of activity
in the present crisis which require a ImoWIecIge of
this science. They are aware of the fact that it
can he and is being utiIizecI to pIay an important
part in a worIcI at war tocIay. AISO, that it wiII stiII
he utiIizeci to piay an important part in a worIcI
at peace tomorrow. And so, a greater emphasis
is being piacecl on physics, as well as chemistry
and mathematics, at Edmunds.
luerl, Frances iVlarslmli, iivelyn lVlorgun, ifnunu U4-ll Kniglnl.
Seconcl row: Clrarlie Buiccr, Virginia lVlrDougulcl, Tippy
Eiam, tluu Moore, Clmrics lVioorr:, Dolly Geclclings, Cleo
Gott. Tlzircl row, reur: Unvicl lvliiis, Louise Prescott, Dorotlry
Prescott. Fuurtlz. raw: Arcliie Cooper, Sen-nn Spencer, Wil-
liam Kinney, Wlillon Terry, Frances Nioses, Alone Brown.
Fiftln row: isnlncllc Burress. Roimrl Brarnlruil, Betty Dc-an
Cochran. Pauline Cooper, Nuncyo Connnamler, iVinrian Le-
Front, rtgllt, left to riglit: Louise Hcriol, Doris Newman.
Center, left to rtglit: Bail. Dingle, Frances Reynolds, Peggy
Rivers, Connie Brotlicrs, Willie: Hnrvin Tliornns. Buble, If-fi
to rigixt: rl'ilC'illl?l Smilli, llfirzlmrfi Baiier, irla Ellis, Evelyn
lxil?ll'Sililll, COlll1iC pskillflvr, b'llilllf'iil'N' NCNY'llDilll.
Social activities al' Eclmuncis Higii Scliool,
tluougtl not so costly as in previous years perliaps,
are still an important piwase ol lmigli scllooi life.
Parties, banquets, receptions, dinners, ancl clances
are still numerous, lor tlley are morale iyuiiclers
for the young people ol America at a time wiien
war threatens to lnrealc tlieir lives anoi clestroy tiweir
icieais. Tile junior-senior reception at Eclmuncls
ttiis year was simple, lovely, ancl gay. Everyloocly
enjoyed it. Surely, Utllere is no joy but enriclies
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Merrie operators, seated: .ioe Moore. Strtnrltng, lef to riglit:
Sam Srnilli, Lonnie Mallmis, Menclcl Siallorcl, Clmrles
First lainie, left, front: Roimert Nance. Second tnlzle, riglxt,
front: Norwood Barliielzl, St. Julian Barnweil. Julian Allen.
Standing, extreme left: Jim iviaiiarci, Kingsley Humlmert.
Seatecl, lmele, left to right: Vviiliam Lawrence, Keating
Simons, Jolnn Reanies.
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The Class of '42 had the honor of leading
the school in her national clefense worlc
this year. To this encl, they laegan hy stimu-
lating patriotism through the pledge of al-
legiance to the flag.
Here we see the senior homeroom officers,
with several Boy Scouts, giving this pledge.
They are, front row, left to right: Harolcl
Hattielcl, Nancye Commancler, Frances
Moses, Jean Chancller, Jean Elmore, Connie
Brothers, Beth Dingle, Eclwarcl Dunlap,
Back row, left to right: Heywarcl Smith,
Louise Heriot, Billy Scott, Margie Hiclcs,
Billy Broaclwell, Marguerite Vvoocl, Dora
Vvells, Julia Bull, Dorothy Hartin. The
Scouts are: Bill Stuhhs, Niclcie Nicllols,
it THE AND F TIMEW
To others it was just the heginning ol an-
other school year, hut to us, the two hunctrect
memhers of the Class oi '42, it was of the ut-
most signiticance . . . our first clay ol high
Although we clicln't leel very important that
year . . . we were the youngest class in high
school, and we sat in the very haclc in chapel
. . . we have a part in the activities and
government of the school. We electecl our class
ollicers, who were our representatives in Stu-
Athletics played a hig part in our school
tile lor the l-irst time. The hoys tools part in
such sports as loothall, haslcetloall, hoxing, ancl
haselaallg while the girls playect tennis, haslcet-
hall, ancl hoclcey. They even hact the distinction
ol having a memlmer on the hoclcey varsity.
The following year. as sophomores. we
movecl to our new senior high school . . .
narnect Eclmuncts in honor of our helovc-tl su-
perintendent who hacl heactecl our schools for
so many years. But the new school was not
our only step lorwarctg we hact coeclucation lor
the first time.
Our customary class party was clilllerent' that
year hecause it was leap year ancl the hoys
were invitect lay the girls and enterlainecl hy
The press Convention was helcl in Sumter
in the spring. Young journalists lrom all over
the state tillecl our halls and attenclerl meetings.
where they discussect their papers, improve-
ments, and lilce things. The convention closecl
with a luanquet ancl a large clance in our gym.
It was the last ol lxlay. A big tire hurnecl
hrightly and we stooct around it cooking wein-
ers anct toasting marshmallows. This was the
annual Stuclent Council party, ancl we were
especially happy because we hacl liinishect our
first years wort: at Eclmuncts. anct coulcl use
our time for lighter things.
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.hm lx'lAl.l.ARll, lfrlilor, anal SIILPARIJ DUNN,
lwlyl hut our junior year was a lmusy onet
As we aclvancecl in high school, we receivect
new cluties along with new privileges. Vve hacl
our own cheerleaders, who left our songs ancl
yells at the loothall games. Our recorcl in
athletics conlinuecl to he one ol the hesl.
.luniors have hy traclition one very important
and clitlicult taslc. That is junior-senior. Our
theme was South American which made the
entertainment very colorful. lncluclecl on the
program was a cruise to several ol the South
American countries as well as the l.a Conga,
anct scenes portraying tile in our neighlaoring
Class rings were ol no little importance to
us. They were very attractive. too, with the
school ancl state seals and 1942 on either sicle.
Attending Senior Class Day exercises was
one ol our special privileges. VVhen the seniors
moved onto the platform lor the program we
moved into their places. lt was an impressive
ceremony and program. As the seniors left the
auditorium, We were given their lighted tapers
and, with these, the taslc ol heading the student
worlc ol the school and upholding its standards
Summer passed quiclcly. and we were seniors.
The senior class, made up ol almout two
hundred and twentyrlive hoys and girls was
divided into seven homerooms with the lollow-
ing as teachers: lVlrs. pretto llfnrunson, lxfliss
Elizaheth Heplxurn, lVliss Ruth Harrington.
Miss Catherine lvlLll't'l'llSOl1, Miss Julia Rey-
nolds, Miss lrma VXfeinlJerg and lVlr. Robert
The annual was one ol our hig responsiluili-
ties. We chose as editor and husiness manager
two students who would talte this worlt
seriously and do it to the loest ol their alnility.
Our lirst plan to raise money lor the annual
was a magazine sale. This was a real "Pull
together, Seniors., project, and served to unite
the class at the heginning of the year.
Qur tour class ollicers saw to it that lrom
there on the Class ol ,42 worlcecl together not
only lor the good ol the class, hut also lor the
loest interests ol the school.
From our class came the president ol the
student laocly who was also the sluclent council
chairman. The president ol each homeroom
represented his classmates in the council,
hringing their wishes and suggestions. Other
memlyers ol the council included the student
hocly ollicers, and class ollicers, and committee
The war lvrought many changes to our
school. The girls ioined classes in lcnitting and
home nursing. The hoys toolc up raclio and
auto mechanics and the construction ol model
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Lf-fr in riglil: Snmmnn DUNN, 'I'l'0ClSIlI'!'l'C JEAN CHANDLER, Svc:-vluryq CTIIARLES l'RoPs'r, Prvsizlanlg
.louN Riifxmiis, Vim-Presitlwit
airplanes. They were drilled lay officers from
in addition to our regular fire drills. we now
had air raid drills.
Nlany of our teachers were called into the
service. Those who received leave of ahsence
for the duration of the war were Mr. Bill Clark
and Wir. Joe Berry, athletics coaches: Mr. Sum-
ner Smilh, French teacher: Mr. J. R. Barnwell,
science teacherg hir. J. Nl. Harris, teacher ol
manual trainingg lwlr. Paul Lolton, teacher of
agriculture. and hir. Lindsey. instructor of
physical education in Junior High.
Soon alter spring holidays the senior class
toolc as a project an occupational survey of
Sumter and immediate vicinity. We inter-
viewed the manager ol each husiness in Sumter
to find how many joins were available lor those
with grade-school, high school, and college
educations. This information was to lead to
the establishment of a school placement hureau.
At the installation ol the student laody oli-
licers for 1942-1943 a Sumter High School ilag
was presented to hir. Stoddard. The designing
and malcing of this Hag were a project ol the
Junior-senior was held late in the spring.
and this time we were the guests. it was so
marvelous we'll never forget our senior daze.
Class Day was next on our calendar. Wear-
ing the dear old purple and white, we marched
into the auditorium. We relinquished our seats
to the junior class, and moved onto the stage.
Here we heard the class will and prophecy read
and sang tire sciiooi song and other favorites.
As We ieft tile auditorium, we passeci on our
iigilteci tapers to time juniors.
June tile Second and commencement at iasti
The auditorium was fined to capacity when the
seniors, young anti inreatii-taking in tiieir
graduation regaiia, marciueci flown time aisies to
taice their places on tile stage. Here, with the
receiving of their ciipiomas and the singing ot
tile Star Spangieci Banner, time iiigim scimooi
career of time Class oi '42 encieci.
Ancl anotiler ciass goes out into tile woricl,
never to be uniteci again. Another ciass wiii
sing with a new appreciation, as time years go
by, the familiar worcis-
eutrri, inf! to rigiit: BILLY HlRStllililZG. JANE BROWN. Vice-President: JEAN CHANDLER, HELEN
Secretary mul Treasurerg JOHN REAMES. SCRIVEN BRUNSON, JACK BLACK fin fronli. Slancling,
right DAVID BURKETT, ALFRED Scmmonouon, CIIARLES Puovsr, JIMDIIE Moisia, SHEPARD
D1 ummm BULTMAN, President: Bonnm VVILLIAMS.
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"Those ciays oi yore
Vviii Colne no more:
But tlirougix our later years
The liiougiit of you
So good, so true,
Vviii fiii our eyes witil iearsiu
JULIAN B. ALLEN
Julian always kept weII up witI1 Iris studies, Iouml time
lor some IootI9aII, anal Ior various committees, yet I1e was
never witliout a join.
MARION SAMUEL AMERSON
IVIarion was always particularly interested in manual train-
ing and carpentry, -in wIlicI1 Ire 1IicI some very fine work
wI1iIe in I1igI1 scliool,
FRANCES LENORA ARD
ISTEIHCES NVEIS H IIICIIIIDCI' ol the DRIHCC cIuIJ Ill IIEI' soplrio-
more year. Slic was very artive in tIie J. H. A. during Iier
junior ancl senior years.
JOHN ALTON ARDIS
Alton was Ieature eclitor ol I'IigIz News in Iris senior
year. He was a memlner ol tI1c UBI' IootI9aII squacl IJOII1 Ilis
junior ancl Iris senior year.
CHARLIE LEE BAKER
CIIHTIIQ VVHS H IUCIIIITPI Ill HIOCICI EJIFPIEIFIC' CIUII IIRS
junior year and tlie sports cIuIJ Iris senior year. He was
top-notclx in Inoolclieeping anal typing.
RACHEL ELIZABETH BAKER
' er incerit 'mrl Iriencllines Rulmcl In won nriny
With I1 s y I .s. 1 ' ' ts 1
Iriencls. She Iras a Iiigln scI1ooI career that sllc can weII
he proud ol.
RAYMOND L. BAKER
Raymoncl was on tIie Iootlaall team Iris junior ancl senior
years ancl tlm Ixaslietloall team Iiis senior year, "Att tluis ancl
Class omccs too."
VVINETIA KATE BAKER
As a memlner ol tIie L1-H cIuIv, tlie .I. H. A. cIuI1, tlie
ALLEN AMERSON AR
Nceellecralt cIuIw. anrl tI1e Girl Reserves, Vvinetta Iias
gainecl vaIuaI9Ie training lor cle-In-nse worlt.
NORVVOOD RALPH BARFIELD
anrI airplanes. Norwoocl
.luclging Iuy Iris interest in raclio
aeronautirs. He is also
will some clay enter tlle field ol
greatly interestecl in Ianguages.
MARION PIN CKN EY BARNVVELL
h Ix1Ell'IOH yFlS il l'll0tllIDE'l' ol: 'IIC GIPO cIuI'1 ilflfl IHIXCKI CIIOFUS
Iour years. Isle was on llic Iootlpall varsity tliree years. His
was tI1e Salety r:IuI'u.
ST. JULIEN MAZYCK BARNNVELL. JR.
Tire Dance cIuIJ. tlie IVIiIitary cIuIm, anrl tlte Hunting cIuIv,
eavli I1acI an ardent rnemloer in Sl. Julien, wlio rloes tliings
FRANCES MARIAN BATEMAN
Two years in tlle caleteria tauglit Frances a great rIeaI
nlwout Iwalancerl fliet. Slre Inclongecl to tI'ie Arts ancl Cralts,
Knitting. and 4-H cIuI1s.
DAVID JOEL BENBOVV
D. .I. was a memlxer ol: tht- Iwoxing team Iour years. A
Ilarcl Iigllter anrI a line young man, Ile will malcc a place
lor Iiimsell alter gracluation.
EUGENIA RUTI'-I BIDAULT
Her experience in tIie 4fH clulz ancl Girl Reserves Ior
tlxree years sI1ouIcI stancl .Iean in good steacl in clelensc work.
Her knitting too.
BETTY VVARREN BLACKMON
Betty is artistic, atliletic, ancI musical. Slie IiarI Arts and
Crafts two years: Basltctloall Iour, ancl Glec r:IuIu one. Slle
also writes well.
D Anms BAKER, C
BAKER, RACHEL BAKER. RAYMOND
BARNWELL, IVI. BARNVVELL, ST. .I,
CHARLES PORTER BLAIR
CImrI3s is cIc-c-pIy interesieci in all IcincIs oI spnrls.
was ax Sports rIuIr oII'icer two years. nncI Im pIayecI on
HIT' squad IuoIImII Ivaln.
NORMA LEE BONEY
Norma was Lilerary Editor Ior IIie annuaI. SI1c was
nwmIwr oI' II1e sociaI commitlec lI1ree years, ami a mem
OI IIN: Glee cIuIo II1rec- years.
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EI.IZABEI'I'I HOOD BOYKIN
An all-rounrl Girl oi tire Iiiglicst tvpe is Elizzxlletli. Sire was
outstanding tlirougliout lliglr scliooliin stuciies, ntlllctics, nmi
otller activities, including stucirnt council. '
A. BARNES BOYLE
Journnlisrn, Ioaslietlmll, ancl Inaselmll sccrnerl to ine Barncss
clwiut clivcrsions in Iris senior year. He nlso wrote :incl :Ic-
Iivcrcrl n splvnclicl spcccli on "Tim Constitution."
An outstancling ntlmlete. .Incli stnrrcci in lliglr sclioolulool-
Imll, I'DltSICGIIlFtII,itll1CI Inaselmll, A Iencler, tw was I'IigI1
News" editor ami class treasurer in I9-12.
GILBERT GARDNER BRADHAM
VVHI1 Iris splonclccl ll-H anci F. F. A. rccorcls tllrougll-
out Iiigii sclmol, Gilbert sI1uuILI imc alylc to Ilelp licrrcl nncl
clotlie tltc cIcIcncIrers OI our nation.
ROBERT J. BRANHALL
A gilit of song :incl rx gift ol pen arc Roluertls. ALICI to
tlicse rx Iovc ol sports z-incl Iuir play nncl tlicro Ire is.
DAVID H. BRVITON
A regular follow tI1at everylvocly lilies, not n great ntlrlcte
Idut goofl cnouglr. not zu Imrfl sturlcnt lout passing Inir, clcvcr
zmcl Irienclly-ujust Dnvicifi
VVILLIAM EDVVIN BROADVVELL
inclicrxte n journalistic career for Billy. Iuut lic intenrls to
Inc a textile engineer.
His splenriicl worli on High News nnd I'Il-NVAYS iniglit
CONSTANCE A. BROTHERS
Connie is one ol' tlu-se girls fnnci tllere arc not nmnyi
wlio do granrl worli in class yet never acl superior. Iiveryloocly
BOYKIN Bovus Dyk! D
ALENE EMILY BROVVN
During In-r Iiigli srliool Cnrccr, Alt-no lms In-on it mvinlrcr
ol time fl-I'I. rl. H. A., Nc-ocllcizrallt, untl Dunne rzlnlxsr-fn
goocl comlninution lor rlclensu worli.
DAN MCINTOSII ISROXNN
His cxpvrienro ns I'Iomr-room tra-aisuri-r, Iwusinc-ss nmimgier
ol' High Norma, nnrl Comnnrrvinl clulr nu-mln-r, will ntl
Ilvlp Don towartl tllc Ivusini' s furcrcr In' wants.
FRED PEGRAM BROXIVN
Vvitli Iris plvnsingf pursonulity nnfl snlcsmunsliip ulmility.
wc Icol we con suioly pri-flirt lor Fri-rl sucuss in IiIr: not
unmixurl witli pleasure.
.lane was woll izliosirn us "NIiss Iiftmtmrls I'IigIr ScIiooI'I:
Ior slit: stnncls lor tllc Ivvst tliingzs ali sctuml nun ollcr, Srlrolnr-
sliip. Atlilr-tics, I-c-zirlcrsliip, nncl Clmrnctvr.
VVIritc in Iiigli sclmol, Ylionvy rlirl snmr- ull-rounrl rlnlr
WOTIC, I-Illlliiltff Cillil, IJZIHCK' f'IllI7, nnrl IQCLI QTFOSS. llc EIISU
tool: port in Intramural sports.
BERTIE LEE BRUNSON
Bertie Ixus Iwi-n a memlwr ol. ltlic -'I-t-I clulx tlrroilzllnout
Iter Iour yours in Iiiigli sntitml. Alter Iiigli srlroul, slrc will
perluct Iier comnwrcinl worli.
CLARENCE ISRUNSON. JR.
Clarence was nnntcrl Soutli Carolina: -I-I'I nu-ut uniuml
clmmpion lor I9-ll. Hr: rc-cr-ivcrl at fI'i'3II.fl0 golcl wntczli nnrl
lmccumc eligitrtn to coinpctc in liigflucr rtontusts.
Frances Inns nn nrlistic tcinprfrnmvnt. als was sliown try
Iuzr rilioicc ol rrlulisz Arts rinrl Cruits, Ixlusicz, uml Drumutics.
iv wus gooci in ntl ol tlicsc.
Brmoimm J' ' BRANltAl.,l
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BRlT1'CJN BRoADwE:.i. BROTHERS BROXVN. A.
BROXVN, D. BROWN, F. BRONVN, J. BRONVN, T.
BRuNsoN. B. BRUNSON, C. BRUNSON, F. BRUNSON, L
LELAND BRUNSON X
.. wi, ,
Since he was most iniercsieci in mechanics and model
airplanes in lligii sclmol, I..eizxnci will probably enler lilo air ' W
corps uilvr grnciuuiion. 1 off ix! 4 1
TI1ougI1 interested in art. tI1ougI1 an expert at knitting Ior
the soIcIiers, Susie is incIinecI to make office work Iier
career work in Iite.
JULIA BALL BULL
Art was .IuIia's Iorte. She was art editor of LII-WIXYS.
She had top rating, i1esicIes, in scIvoiursI1ip, Ieaciership,
character, and athletics.
DEUWARD G. F. BULTMAN
Deuwarci was cIistinguisI1ecI lI1rnugIiout I1igIx scIiooI in
Ieaciersiiip and in athletics. He was president of tIie stuctenl
IJocIy. He piayefi varsity Iootimaii anct IrJasIcetI7aII.
RICHARD BUCHANAN BURNS
Dick Iikes atI1Ietics. He was a cI1eerIeacIer. In Iris senior
year Iie macic varsity Ioottmil. He Iias executive uiJiIity. Was
on time cafeteria committee.
MARY ISABELLE BURRESS
AItI1ougI1 site cIicI goocI work in generai, IsaI9eIIc was
cI1ieIIy interested in art, Iiterature, anci cIramatics. in Iligii
scI1ooI. Sire expects to go in training.
GEORGE W. CAMPBELL. JR.
VVI1iIe n1usicaIIy incIiner.i. Ioeing a member oi tI1e Giee
cIuIo ilis tilirct ancI IOUFIII years, George was most eIIicient
in Miiilary ancI F. F. A. work.
JOE REA CAMPBELL
Joe Rea was a memIJer of tI1e fl-I-I cIui3 tI1rougI1out Iier
high scI1ouI career. However, sI1e pIans to go in training to
be a nurse.
LUCINDA EMMA CARROWAY
Lucincia is taIenterI in music, art, ancI J. H. A. work:
yet sIie cI1ose for Iier defense work in I1igI1 sciiooi tire
making of mocieI airpianes.
WILLIAM P. CARTER, JR.
Witlt Ixis spIencIicI executive aIJiIity. with ilis training
aIong tiuis Iine tiirougiiout I1igI1 school, Vviiliam shouici maiie
a first rate Iausiness man.
JEAN MEREDITH CHANDLER
In ntl Iier iiigin sciiool days, Jean never Icnew wI1at it was
to Ise witliout time responsibility oi' a ciass office. Sine measured
up every time.
OSCAR CH ATHAM
Oscar was quite interesteci in sports ami mecilanics wliiie
in I1igI'1 scI1ooI. He was a member of tI1e Sports cIuIJ anci
of lI1e IVIocIeI Airpiane cIuIa.
BEITY DEAN COCHRAN
Betty Dean was above everytiling eIse a spiendid sturIr:nt
in Iiigli school. Yet sine aIways Iiaci time Ior time sociaI ac-
tivities oI Iier cIass.
NANCYE P. COMMANDER
Nuncyc was aIways outslanfiing in girIs' atiiietics, and
aIways a sponsor tor Inoys atliietics. Because ol' Ixer Ieacler-
ship. sIie was aIways a ciass officer.
AIways interested in sports anti Iair play. Arciiie was a
member of tI1e Sports ciub tlirougiiout Iligii scI1ooI. Arctiie
wiII make a gooct business man.
CAROLYN PAULINE COOPER
Pauiineis eiiief cliversion in Iiigil sci1ooI was atI1Ietics, in
wliicii sire was outstanciing. Her Iuest work was in Imooii-
keeping and typing, in wIiicI1 sine exceIiecI.
BRUNSON, S. BULL ULTMAN BURIXZVA- Ba Bunness
CAMPBELL. G. CAMRRELL. J. CARROWAY CARTER
CZHANDLER CHATIIAM Coca-:RAN COMMANDER
Coomzn. A. COOPER, P. COPIZLAND Cnoss
JACK T. COPELAND V
in ulilietics, Jack was ex rncrniacr of lim foolimii keanu and , AK K .f
also ui tire basicelbnii loam. His best work in 'nigh srimul ""6 K f J
was in journalism, I ' M ' f
HARRY creoss , Q 5 L
Ailimugil self-effncing. Harry had n quiet lemlursilip ,
lliruugixout high school. HQ was clnosen an interviewer in time .. .. - N W,
senior occupational survey.
MARGARET IRENE CURTIS
Nlargie RL-0 was Llistinguisllf-cl in Iiigll srlmol in spvlling.
wliirll is a rare gil-I. Slie is a lovely girl witI1 a Iovvly
JAMES CU'I"I'INO, IR.
In musir, .Iames was clistinguisln-'xl in Imotln GI1-e cIuIi ancl
Bannl. H0 is giltecl in slramatics, anal tools llw Ie-acl in s1'ImoI
ancl Little: rllu-ate-r pIays.
IIAROLD L. DEAN
Harold was an ellicicnl oIIirer in tlue Raclio m:IuIJ, tI1e Ixlmle-I
Airplane cIuIu, and tlir- Ijlmtograpliy clulr. All ol' tliis sounds
IIIQP good IIPIICIISC VVOTIC.
A lovely clruln majorette was I-IIIICIIIIH. Ancl Iiow slw
cnulcl twirII Slie also mlifl Iine wnrli in tllc' AI-H cIuIJ anal
in tlic Salety cIuIJ.
Katherine Inas real aI1iIity in organizing anal worlcingf witli
groups. Sllc- was always comniittec uliairman. Sllc
tlie Iloclccy If-am Iour ye-ars.
BEAULAH ELIZABETH DINGLE
Betli was voted tlle Iovelicst girl in the class, Slim: is
artistic. Slip is picturesque. SIN- is sweet witlial. Slic will
malce a splc-nclirl nurse.
EDVVARD MILLER DUNLAP
Eel was a spIenc.IiLI allile-te in Iligli sclmol, He was on tlic
teani tliree yf-ars ancl Iiaslcetlxall Iwo. Ho was
Imnieroum pre-siclent Ilnrec years.
SIHIEPARD N. DUNN
as scnior class
?llll'IllilI. FI? VVUS
Slieparcl sllowz-cl gn-at Ilusinuss alwility
treasurer and as Ibusiness manager ol tlle
alsu nutstamling in Iianfl anfl urrlle-stra.
TI PPY ELAIN I
Tippy Iwlongecl Io IIn.- lxloviv, .I. H. A., Dancv, ancl
lXnitting vlulxs. Slit- was a nwlnlwr nl tlic Imvlicy tc-ann iwn
years ancl tlir- Ivaslu-1IxaII team two.
IDA GAII- ELLIS
As a -I-H cIuIm mvnilrer Ior Innr years. Irla gainezl valu-
almle training! Inr clelvnsff wnrli. SIN- Iielungeil to Imtli Ilucliey
nncl Iwaslu-IIJaII class tr-anus.
JEAN FRANCES ELINIORE
.If-an was nutstamling in atlilelics tllrouglmut Iiigli sflmul.
playing on llie Iioclce-y tc-ani Iour yvars anal Imslcetlmll Iuur.
Slic was a rlass oII'ir4-r Iour years.
ANNIE ELIZABITII I EVANS
As a ni:-mln:-r nI Ilm -IYH cluln tlrree yr-ars, tlie Knitting
cIuI1 one year, anal tlu- .Iunior Rr-rl Cross, Iflizalwtli rvroivs-cl
valualnle training Iur clvlcnse,
Clarence was a momlvor ol tlic Sports 4'IuIx and captain
ul llie pllysival cmlucatinn Ioolluall team. Iflf- plans to lalic
a meclianical enginc-rfring cuursv.
ROBERT LEVVIS FARMER
IQOITCTI VVUS il IIICHIIJSY ol' tlic WDOIIITIII, Ifilfk. Zlftd I7HSL"IJHII
Ivanis in First Hillrrest. lllen Sumter. He was a me-mln'-r ul
Ilw Sports 1'IuI.n.
DOROTHY DOLORES ANN FERRIGAN
As a nwmlmer ol Iliff Dramatics clulx, Dot slmwc-rl a rval
IilIl'llI. SIM! SIIGLIICI CIO we-II in IITEIIIIEIIICS HI Dlllilf, IDIPI' XXIII'
worlc was Iinitting.
INIATILIJA ANN FLOVVERS
Tillie was vlectecl Iwst girl autlllctc in IIN! svninr class.
Slue was a nmnilu-r ol flue Imrlu-y Ivan: tllre-P xvars aml
tluv Iraslu-lI1aII team two,
DEAN Dmis DELORME
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Dmous DUNLAP EL3Xbfl
ELLIS ELMORE LVANS, A. L, X v EVANS, C.
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FARMER Flf.Rn1GAN 4 FLOWERS Fl.ovn
.IOHNNIE MAE FLOYD
.lolmnic Nlnc expcrls lo lyccumc an slenugmplmr zxflcr V
graduation. Her social clubs were Croclml, lwovic. and - -
Knilting. Her- business clulm wus Comnncnru.
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RU'l-lvl lfLlZABlfl'l'l ITOXVVORTH in high srhoul, ancl alter gracluation, she expects to clo
ste-nogfraplliu worlc. Vvv preclict lor hor success,
Iqllfll NVLIS EllVViIyS llfllfflflly. ancl llll'I'0li0I'I! Slle Iltflilix Illitlty
lrif-nrls in high school. She plans to Kala- a lausincss course
DOROTHY HELEN GOODSON
, O V V U , 4 I Y 1 Y , Dorothy was a mc-mln-r ol the Crochet cluln uncl ol the
KLANNIC-X P' l4lf'lX'Dl3RBLfRlx Cleo vlull. She was a floss ollllicvr Iwo years. She plans to
rlo sr-rretarial worli.
ln particular. military appeals-cl to Kc-nney. lla' was an
ollicer in I
Juanita gainecl valualnle lmowlvclgv ol nutrition hy working
he lzattalion, lwclongecl to Ilu-' lxllilitary 1'lul'm two
oslc z 'r lv Pla D
' ' 'W' 'l " "'l'0"' " OPAL EIZABETII GRUBBS
lflizalvetll is an enthusiastic llI1"IllllGI' ol the Home Nurs-
ing Class. lor she experts to go ill training alter gracluation.
Slit- macle lmoth llocliey ancl lmslwtlmll varsity every year.
.IUANITA DAISY GALLOVVAY
in the Cafeteria. She was a nic-mlner ol tht- .l. H. A., it-II,
aved lbaslietlpall nncl hocliey in high school. She
MARY EMMA HANCOCK
hlary Emma enterecl lfzlmunds High this year from lxlaycs-
ville, She helongecl to ilu- Cornnwrcial ctlulv. She will attencl
a lvusiness school alter graduation.
was a mcmlwcr ol' the Dann- rluln unc year anrl tho Art
Dolly was a nib-nilrcr ol thc fl-l'l rlulw tlrrouglrout lligh
She expects to tw an arclritc-ct.
DOROTHY LOUISE HARTIN
DOLLY GERTRUIJE GEDDINGS Dorothy was votecl the lnest in the class in scholarship.
Slit' VVZAS El class Ol-FICCI' CV9l'y yEilF. She VVEIS pl'E'SlilI'llI ul'
tliv Knitting rlulv.
was Liluh presiclcnt in her senior yenr. She plans
to he a nurse.
was 21 rncmlxer ol mlm -il-l'l rlulr throughout high
ANNIE MAE HATFIELD
JANIE COUPHR UEDDINGS Annie lVlue tooli a rnunnfzrrial course in high sctmol, ancl
NYEIS Fl l'llCllllQVCl' ol llll' COIIII'llPl'f'liil clulr. Slit' plEll1S to dll
sttnograpllir worli alter grarluation.
school. She worlicnl in the caleteria two years. whirl: was
good training in nutrition.
lion anal lr
C lt-o wa
HAROLD B. HATFIELD
Harolcl was a Class ollicer Iwo years. He lJ4rlongeLl to Ilif-
Spurts riluh ancl the Nlilitary clulu. lalc was on the Literary
CUIIIIIIIIIGQ' lor HIYVVAYS.
was at nu-inlaer ol. the -I-H rluh throughout high
3 cxpetts to taliv a lxusinr-ss rourse alter graclua-
PCOIIIO H stcnograpllvr.
LYNDA LOUISE HERIOT
CLEO IZTISCA GOFF As presiclent ol har honueromn, Louise showcml learlf-rsliip
anfl alailit Slw limclongr-cl to Arts aml Crafts. J. l'l. A.,
s particularly intc-rvstvcl in tht- connm-rrial rour.c Draniatics. anfl Latin crlulss.
FUNDERBURK GALLOWAY GARRENTON GliDIlINGS. D
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Griunlmas, M. Go FF Goonsrm
liANCOCK HIKRTIN H,x1'1fll-:l.n, A.
"'fFQRl0'l' l'llCKS HOLI,.AI7 n'
MARGIIQ RliBIfCTC'A HICKS
Ixxlilfffif' WYUS 5l'l'l'1'liify HDL' IHWISIIYUI' of ,IPF IIIHIIITUOHI iN
Ill'f S0l1i0l' YPHT. Shi' XVIIS HIS!! il lllf'lllbPf of 'IH' lvJl'illll?lHl'S
II L TH
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CHARLES HARVI-IY HOLLAI7,fXY 74 X'
. lu x-f
In nllnln-livs, Cllnrlvs plsxyvcl fnotlmll Iwo yc-urs. Hr' was I Mm
1 IIIPIHIDFI' nl! If - Sports flulr lllrm- yum H0 wus on IIN'
uml J I 1 Dlll vv. X fl-
PA'I'l'Y VONDELLE HOLMAN
As ru memluer ol tlue Girl Reserves. tlm 4-I-I rzlulv, ancl tlue
J. H. A. clulw, Patty gain:-rl valualmle experience lor ilelirnse
XV0l'k. SIIG VVUS FIEISS SCCYPIZIYY.
MARGARET NALLETI' HOLMES
Peggy sluowr-cl rc-al tal:--nt in rlramatics tlurougluout luiglu
sclwool. Slue slwoulcl rlevelop tluis gill lurtluer at ilue University
ol' CN.. EIS well IIS IICI' IIlIlSlf'.
Besicles lacing a perennial class ollircr ancl a memlxcr ol
various comunittrues, Dot luns playecl luotlu luocliey anal luaslcct-
Ilan CVffI'y yefif l.0l' 'DUI' yCElI'S.
LAVVRENCE N. HOUGH
Lawrence was manager ol UB" squacl laaslcetlaall. Hr- was
a nuemluc-r ol tluc Sports club two years. He especially lilies
to worlc willu nuarluinery.
JAMES BENJ. HOUSEND
James was a uuueruuluer ol tlue fl-H Clulv one year iinil Ilue
lxloclcl Airplane clulz two years. His greatest interest is
ELBERT B. HUBBARD, JR.
His two years ol racliu and luis Spanislu miglut lm just
wl'uat Elluert will neccl in tlue next lew years. Also luis llour
years ol lxantl.
Rosalie was a lII!"lIIlJt'f ol Ilue el-H rlulu in lucr lirst, svvoncl,
tluird. anal lourtlu years. Alter gracluation sluc is going to
lue a stenograpluer.
JOHN ALOSIUS HUGHES
.lolun was an outslanclimj luiglu scluool atlulr-Ie. He was on
Ille lootlvall team two years, tlue team two, luase-
ball two. ancl goll one. u
KINGSLEY EVVINC- HUMBER'I', JR.
Kingsley was vutecl one ol tlue most c'0urlf'ous luoys in tlue
senior class. He was always a Qooil sturlc-nt. He plzuyecl
luaseluall tlurec years.
MARGARET EMERY HUl'lI
Peggy was voterl one ul llue prettiest girls in tluru senior
class. Slut- playecl luoclccy ancl luaslu-tluall two years, Vvas
in tlue orrluestra Iluree.
BILLY DAVIS INAIENIT
EIllK?l'Cll IDCIIIIUIICIS SClIOOl lille, lllll SOON IIIilf.lD El
place lor luimsell among tluv seniors. He wrote ancl spoke
a splvnclicl spef-itll on "Tile Constitution."
DOROTHY ICLIZABETII JACKSON
Witlu luoclxev ancl luaslivtlaall four years. Girl Rc-serves
four, fl-H clulm. one. and Commercial clulm, Dot lrael zu lull
program in liifglu scluool lx-sicles lui-rr stuclies,
JAMES P. JACKSON
JHIIICS NVGS Fi CIHSS 0nll'l'l', 'Alb' NVEIS UIHDEIQPF Or El llllySiCiIl
eclucation class. He was on tlue Sumter Higlu News luusi-
JOSEPH NVALTIZR JACKSON
Vvnlter luas luarl a prnlitalole luiglu scluool career. taking
diversified occupation along witlu luis otluer stuclies. llc is
prepared lor a job alter gracluation.
Vvilluur was a nuenulwr of tlur- lf. F. A. ami ll-H clulus liis
tluirrl antl lourtlu years in luiglu sifluool. He plans to Ialie zu
uuur-eluaiuical course alter graduation.
VVILLIAM IZUGENIZ JACKSON
Gene luas lmcen a memluer ol tlulv F. lf, A. lor tlurce years
gnc! II IIICIIIllf?f ul tlue ll'IV4l clulu lflr llillr years. GUUKI YVUrk
.M'iv'f '- 3
J ,V . Y H uuu Housuwn
HULMAN ' bl jg, L jHOLNlES Honors 0
wwf W O' ff '
HUBBARIJ HUDSON I iuhuns l'IUMlSERT
Huru INABNIT ,lAcKsoN, D, JACKSON. J.
.lAcKsoN, .l. VV. JACKSON, W, JACKSON, VV. E. JOHNSTON, C.
CHARLES SAMUEL JOHNSTON
Sam was a 'lUIllEl"00llI officvr unch your in high school.
He was x mcmlmer of the Glen' club. He was an 'lost at open
JAMES XV, JOHNSTON XN'Il,Ll.fXM INIIRJXINI IAXVRICNKV
As pre-sifle-nI ol lln- Sumk-r group ul' liuturr- l'-1ll'lllI'l'5 ill XVillimn wus mlm-ml mu- ul llu- lniglu-st in smlmlnmliip in
fXlllL'TIl'il.- .lium-s prov!-cl un elliviz-nl ollirm-r nml n Qmrfl Iln- sc-niur flnss. Ilf- ulsn luis lr-mls-rsliip anml flI'lN'lHlilllIIily.
lnrmf-r. 'lllf-na is gn-ui nf-Gil lur lJ0Ill. Ha- llrillz-cl. liluyr-rl in lmml. ,
lfI.NIA LOl'lSIf JONES l'lfRlJ U, ISUNNYJ IANVSON. IR.
Louise lmrl in lrir-nclly way Ilml won llc-r nmny lric-mls During I-is liiulx sflwul vun-I-r. Sunny wus n nu-mln-r ul'
in liigli sclluul. Slim- plans In Inlic- n lvusim-ss course- nllvr Ilu- Dunn- vlulm, Mililnry rlulv, film- rlulr. III- wus un Ilw
QI'XI!lllilIIOI'1. lonllsull Ir-um Iwo yi-urs.
SARAH .IONIZS NARIAN IJUIIUSIC LINOIR
Sillilll XVIIS in IIIUIIIIDPI' ol. Ilw Girl Rr-si-rw-s, Iln- Sufi-ly lxlnrinn uns Olllililllllilllj in lmlll lmclu-y mul lmslie-Ilmll.
rlulr, Ilu- -I-H Cluln, ancl lllm- lxlovif- rlulw. Slw wus oul- Sln- was pr:-simli-nl ul llu- QQIIIIIIIIPIII' rlulx :mil viii--pn-siclm-nl
simuling in ull ol lu-r shulir-S. ol llc-r rlnss in lu-r S1-niur yvur,
,IULILTS IIILTUN KING IQTIIIZI. l.IfXN"IS
lxlililary in liigll srl'-ml uppf-all-fl sIrnngly lo llillull, Ilf- By Iuliing llu- C'llllllllI'l'liiill :nurse-, lfllu-l prvpurc-il lu-rs:-ll'
bulnngx-cl lu Ilic- lxlililnry rluli. IIC louli pmt in lmlli Ilrv for zu lmsilu-ss ram-4-r ull:-r ursuluuliun, Slu- lu-lungjm-rl In
Wgllllill' illlll Pxllillilifill llfilli- ilu- cilIIllllll'l'I'K' rlulr in lu-r sr-nior yi-nr.
NYILLIAN lf. KINNFY .IAMICS I.lNlJI.IQY
xfxlilliillll uns m05I ii1I:-rg-sk-rl in ilu- lJuSinl's5 FUIIFSF in Vvlnilx- in lliull Sllllilll, .IllIlll'4 xmiw uri-nIly inh-rm-slf-rl in
lmigll sclmul. H0 was Si-:irc-Inry nnrl In-asun-r ol Iliu Cum- nirplnm- llll'C'llilIlII5 nml in rauliu. Xvlml lu- l1-nrne-cl muy
l'IIl'l'Ct' rlull. H0 flill Ofliff- prnrliu-. llr-lp u lilllm- in nuiimml rl:-ll-ns:-.
EMM.-X IJIZLI, KNIGHT I"RlfD If IIXLAN
lfnmm Dc-ll flirl ymrlirulurly goml worli in Ilw ruinnu-rr'inl lin-rl wus ii nn-mln-r ul' Iln- I-ll ,mil lf. l'4. HX. mlulus, Ille-
:lm-purlmf-nI in liig1l1 smlmul. Slim- l!I'lflI1QI'Cl lu lllz- Sal:-ly Spuds rllllw, mill llu- film- rlulr. III- plains lu whuly 4-lm-rlricnl
mul Nlnviv flulis. Play-.ffl If-nnis, I-ngim-I-ringj.
EMILY KOLIS ILIQORUI-1 X-V.'XYNli I.OXN'I7I'QR
Emily wus n lmm:-mom ulliu-r. Slim- was H lllt'lll!N'l' ol' Iliv Nvuyrlv wus n im-mln-r ul Iln- Spnrls cluli. Iln- lxlililznry
.l. H. An lxlovie. mul KniIIing! clulms. Slim- louli u c'0inmc-rrinl rlulu. until Ilu- Nlurle-l .'Xirplnm- fluls. III- wus :also an lnumv-
cnurrw in lligli sxiunol. mom 0l.lIl'l'I' Iwivr-,
MARY LAVVRIQNCF Rl 'BY lJ.fXl.'I'UN l,UXN'I7IfR
lxlury lwlungm-fl I0 Ilir- Dann' flulm. Ilia' lxlovic- fluli. inml Rulmy wus an nn-mln-r ul. Iln- l7mnmIii's :lull ln-r junior
Ilu- LI-H. Slre mzlcle many luric-ncls in liigll sflmul, SIM- plains mul lu-r svninr y4-urs. llvr wanr world wus lmilling. Flu-
lu worlc alle-r gmrlunlion. plans Io lu- zu nursn-.
IOIINSTON, J. lomgs, L. .low-Ls, S. Kim, KINNILY
KNlGliT Kous LAVVRENCE. M. LANVRENCE, W.
LAWVSON LENOIR LENVIS L1Nm.Ev
LOGAN LOXVDER, G. W. Lownrzn, R. MCCASKIIL
JAMES M CASKILL 75 SN
ln nll1lelir1s, .lnmcs wus il menxlmer ol llme "BH lootlmll CK N 5
lrnm. ancl lm lwelongr-cl lo Ilue Sporls club, He was also S
F. F. A. and 4.H Club, Sig
3I ' Q
MATILDA GRACE MCLELLAN
In scltoiarslmip, Ivlatilcla was voted one ol tlle Iiest in time
senior class. Site was aIso outstancling in athletics, annt
slie .was an aclmowleclgecl Icacler.
FRANCES BEATRICE MCCLURE
FFHHQES was a memller ol tI1e Glee Cluln, tlte Ivlixecl
Cltorusfanrl tlrie Bancl. Site playerl Irocliey and Izaslcetlmall.
Bclongccl to tlte Commercial cIuIJ.
.IAMES PALMER MALLARD
As Editor ol' I'Il-VVAYS I942, .lim slmwccl splenclicl quali-
ties ol' leaclersllip, literary ability, ancl ciepenriallility. He
was manager ol Varieties I91lQ. Belnngecl to lltc Hunting
EVELYN VIRGINIA MARSHALL
Evelyn was a xncmiwcr ol tlie tt-I-I clulo two years. Slme is
a lovely girl. witI1 a Iricnclly way, ancl many lriencls.
LONNIE THOMAS MATHIS
Lonnie was a memIJer ol llle I1igI1 scI1ooI IJancI. He Ide-
longect to IJotl1 lI'xe fl-I'I cIuIJ ancl llle IT. IT. A. He will
worlc alter pfracluation.
VVARREN DAVID MATI-IIS
Vvarren was advertising manager ol High News two years.
He was business manager of Varieties I9-IQ.. In military. Ile
was company commander ol tlie senior platoon.
FRANCES MARIAN MATTHEWS
Frances was outslamling' in allleltics tlirougliout Inigli
seliool. Sine was a mcinlmer ol tlme Dance cIuI'J. tlxe Drama-
tics cIuIJ, tlme .I. I'I. A. cIuIJ, ancl tI1e Y. XIV. C. A.
DAVID MA'I'I'HEVV MILLS
Davicl was particularly outstamling in clramatics in Iligll
sclmol, He wrote anrl spolce a splenclirl spcecli on "Tire
Constitution in Ilis senior year.
Valentin, our gooct wiII representative from IVIexico, won
many lriencls during luis year witlu us. I'Ic was president ol'
lite Spanislx clulo. I'Ic was voteil tlie most courteous Imoy in
tI1e senior class.
JAMES I-I. MONTGOMERY, JR.
'Sonnyn is one ol our star Imselaall players. He was a
memlmer ol tllc I1igl1 scltool team in 1940, I9-tl, anrl 19412.
He was a memlrer ol II1e American Legion .Iuniors in
JOSEPH FRANKLIN MOONEYHAN
Frank was a memlver of tire fl-I'I cIuIw tllrouglmut Iuiglr
scliool. He was clulw secretary nncI treasurer. Also news
reporter lor tlne cIuIJ one year.
CHARLES THOMAS MOORE, JR.
Cllarlie was presicient ol' luis Imomeroom. and prcsiclr-nt ol
llxe Montel Airplane clulx. He was a memlier ol time swimming
team, and a mernlner ol tI1e Safety cIuIo.
One ol our clriel' movie operators was Joe. .Ioe was also
Il liomeroom ollicer, a Photograplty cIuI: memloer, anal a
Raclio cIuIJ ollicer.
MARGARET EVELYN MORGAN
Evelyn was outstancling in IJotI1 Ilocliey ancl Ioaslcetlnall
tlzrouglmut Ixigll scllool. Sine was Ixomeroom ollicer. Sire was
vice-presiclont of llm Commercial clulx.
Frances was presiclent ol' Iler. Ilomcroom. SIIG plnyecl
Ilocliey llirougliout Iligli sclmool. As a memlaer ol: tlie sluflent
council, slte I1cIpecI write tlle Iranclluooli.
JAMES MCSVVAIN NABERS
.Iimmie was in tlie Ivami ancl orclmestra lor Iour years,
ancl was vice-presielent ol IIN: Imncl as a senior. He was
on tI'1c football team two years.
IVICLELLAN MCCLURE IVIALLARD INIARSIIALL. RIATHIS. L.
sf. I Q S N tx T 'I'
5 as I I
Mfvrms, YV. IXIATTHEXYS IXIILLS IVIOLINA
MoNTc.oMEm' MooNm'lmN Moons., C, Moorui, J.
MORCIAN Moslfs NABERS NANCE
ROBERT F. NANCE
IQULVFI NVHS il llll'lllhC'f' of HIP K!DCIEik Club. YVES i
1 I Q
lm-lnlrcr of tim Radio flnss, :Incl was vice-prc-siclcut ol' ilu' ' -if
I..coIa took a Ixusinnss course in I1igI1 st'I1ooI ancI pIans to
Ire a SIf'I10gt'ElI7IlPI'. SIIG pIayeCI I3aSIietImaII, Vvns at IIIPIIIIIPI
ot Knitting ancI -I-H cIuIJs.
DAISY ELIZABETH NEVVMAN
Iflizatic-III pIaym-CI I1o47Iie-y and IJasI-cetImII IIIrougI1out Ingl-
sc'I1ooI. Stir- ImeIongzvcI to IIIQ Glf-e c'IuIu anct tIIr- Ix'Iusir rIuI':.
SIIG VVRIN Sf'Cl'i'tt'lry-IYf'F!SlITCf III- JUIIIOI' REII Cross.
DORIS META NEVVMAN
VVIIII In-r Irit-ncIIy pt-rsunaIity, Doris won many Ivricnrts
yvI1iIf- in I1igII sc:IIooI. I"I:-r experience as a -I-H c'IuIm mt-mIxc-r
Ior Iour years was vaIuaIJIe-.
TROY CORNELIUS NEVN-'MAN
Ytlroyls 4-xpt-irc-nco in rnititnry cIriII sImuIc,I stanct Iiim in
,qooct str-act at CIcmson. He was a memIncr ot' IIIC Satlc-ty
Ilatrot Iour yt-urs, Hunting cgIuIJ one.
VIOLEI4 LEE NEVVMAN
VioIi-I took III? Ilusinffss course in Iligti sf:IuooI, un1I ox-
pects to Ire- n str-nograpticr. SI1c was a mcmtier of IIIr-
IXnittinQ r'IuI'm two years, -I-I'I CIUID one.
INIargur-ritc was outstanding in aII1In-tics. Stir- piayl-ct I1o1:Icr-y
Iour yi-ars. Imstu-tIwaII Iour year, anci tt-nnis Iour years. Stic-
Imctongt-LI to tIu- Arts ancI Crafts CILIIJ.
MARGARET LOUISE OSBORNE
Louise took a Imusincss course- in IIIQII st'I1ooI, anrI sIlP
1-xpvrts to In- a str-nograpI1cr. She I1eIongr-LI to tIIc at-II
rIuIJ two yi-ars.
LU'I'I"IER ASBURY PACK
Lutticr took a Imusiness vourse in IiigIi sr:IiuuI. I'It- wi
om- ot ttu- typists Ior H1-VVAYS. He wzw a Immt-mom
oIIirm-r Iwo years.
N1-:srslTT IXIEIVMAN, D. E. NEWMAN, D.
M. D. PARKER
NI. D. was awarded a cc-rtifiratc of IfxccIIunu- in VVoocI-
rratht. He- was a mcmtmer oI ttic INIUQIQI AirpIanu c:IuIu. Hu
was on the 'ABU I'ootI3aII team.
.IOI-IN ELDRIDGE PEEBLES
.IoI1n was a me-mtmer ot tIue If F. A. anrI -I-I-I c,IuIJ tIIrcr-
yz-ars. He ptayc-ct intramurat IJasI4etIJaII, In-Iongc-:I to III:-
CHARLES RAYMOND PENNEY
CIIarIcs was a mcmtzer of tIur IootIxaII tm-am om- yn-ir
tIlc I1aSIt0IIwaII team one and IIIQ- Ixasc-I1aII tr-am two. III- was
in tlne- Sports CIuIJ.
ALLIE GLENN IIHIFER
AIIIQ- was n mcmtner of the Iiiglm sc'InooI Iuattation ancI of
tIlc IVIiIiIary CIUIJ. He IJeIongt-d to tI1c- Latin rIuIw ont- yr-ar
and Spanish two.
Claire- pIayr-LI I9otI1 Inockoy anrI I'JasIt+-IIwaII. Stu- was n
mr-mtwr of tI1c Latin cIuI1 one year and ot tIic- Spanish cIuI1
DOROTHY ANN PRESCOTI'
Ijorottiy stmwuct Ifnusine-ss aIJiIiIy wIIiIz- in Iuigli sc'IuooI,
ancI strc- plans to go to work after graciuatiun. SIIL- In-Iongt-:I
to IIIQ -'I-H cIuI3 Iour years.
ANNIE LOUISE PRESCOTI'
Annie- Louisc- worIiecI in tI1t- Catletc-ria twu yearn WIN-rf-
siir- Iearm-LI a gooct cIeaI aIwout nutrition, SIN- Imclongc-LI to
tIw -'IVH c-IuIu Iour years.
.IESSIE MAE PROCIOR
.It-ssie tonIi tIie IJusinc-ss coursc- in IIi51Ii sr'I1ooI, an4I sIv+-
expf-rts to he a stcnograpIlc-r. Sta- was in mr-mIJt-r oI IIN: -I-I'I
CILII3 Iour years.
NEWMAN, 'I'. NEWMAN, X
Oszsonmn PACK PARKER
PENNEY PHIFER PEQWDEN
Co'r1', D. PRESCOTT, L. PROCTOR, J. PROCTOR, M. A.
MARY ALICE PROCTOR Q. Jax
Nlary Alice look ilu: Business course in high school, nncl X ,Af
she expecls io bc a stenograpller. She was a member of ik 1
the 4,H club four years.
CHARLES ROBERT PROPST
Cilarics was prcsiclcnt ol tlic senior class. He was on time
stucient council tllree years, He piayeci varsity ioaslcetlnali two
years. Vvas in Block HS" club.
Dot was Sports Eciitor lor HIYVVAYS. A class oilicer
tlrree years. Sire was on time imcicey team tour years, oilzicer
oi atirictics association, cixeeriearier.
JOHN ADAM REAMES
Joi1n was a delegate to tire National 'ii-H Ciuio Congress
in Ciiicago. He was vice-president ol tiie senior class, mem-
iier ol stucient council, literary eciitor ol l'iI-WAYS.
in atliletics, Eariync was outstanriing, playing iiocicey tour
years and lzvaskcliaali Four. Sire was on tire Music coni-
mittee, Sire was a class ollicer.
FLORENCE NELL REMBERT
Florence played liociiey, laaslictlnali, and tennis in liiglr
sclwooi. Sire belonged to tire Dance ciuio, tile Knitting club,
and tire First Aici ciuia.
Frances tooii Home Nursing in lligil scliooi. Sim expects
to go in training. Siie was a memloer ol' tire Moxfie, Drama-
tics. and Knitting clulos.
P. G. REYNOLDS, JR.
P. G. piayeci football. Vvas a mcmlaer of time iiigiu sciiooi
baseball team, also time American Legion ivaseloaii team.
President oi Sports clula. High News stall.
C. W. RICKARD
C. VV. was a memimer ol tiie iiigii scliooi battalion. He
lueiongeci to tiic lviilitary ciuli. Alter graduation, l1e p I
to go to work.
JOHN A. RIVERS
Jolm wisiies to lie a farmer. He was a memlner of tire
F. F. A. ancl fl-H clubs. He also lzelongccl to tiic Diversiliecl
PEGGY RUTH RIVERS
Peggy was assistant art eriitor nl' H1-VVAYS. Sire was a
memiaer oi: tire Arts anrl Cralits ciuly, and ol tile J. H. A.,
anci tire Junior Refi Cross.
LORITA HERIOT RYAN
Rita was presiclent ol iier il0ttlEl'0DItl. Sine belonged to time
Dance Cillil Elnfi tilt: Arts HITCI Crafts Cillil. Silt! rlLIt1iOi'
Red Cross WDTIC,
Norwood playeri iiociiey ami lmaslietlaull two years. Sin:
was a memlser of llxc Dramalics, Dance, ami Arts anal
Crafts CIUIJS, SIIG WHS El i'l0lllCI'00lIi UH-iCCl".
RAMON SCHWARTZ, JR.
Raymon wrote Ellld cieiivcrcci itll CXCCiiCHl SPCCCJI on iilfz'
uConstilution," luis senior year. He was an ollicer ol tire
Spanisii cluio two years. Piayecl "B" lootloall.
VVILLIAM DENNIS SCOTT
Billy was a literary criitor ol Hi-VVAYS. He was a iiome-
room oilicer lour years. Beiongcri to Stuclent Council. Salety
clulo, anci Sports clulv.
TOMIVIIE MILDRED SELLARS
Niilcired tool: a luusiness course in liigli scliooi. Sim was a
memlaer oi Niocici Airplane, Knitting, anci Saiety ciulas, all
gooci preparation tor clelcnsc.
VVILLIAIVI IRVIN SEYMOUR
irvin plans to attcnci tile University ol Soutii Carolina
a member ol- time -'i clula.
Pnoesr RAl:lflELlJ Reaivirzs Reese Rrsiwrnnnr
alter gradualion was president ol' luis lromerooni anri
' V, K ,. rf
if W4 1'
RE!'NOl,.IJS. F. REYNOLDS, P. G. RICKARD RIVERS, J.
RIVERS, P, IQYAN SCHVVARTZ, N. SCI-XWARTZ, R.
SCOTT Srar.1..xRs SEYMOUR Smows
KEATING LEXVIS SIMONS
Keating was a mcmixcr pf lime Rnciio club for lwo years Qu B
unci a mcmiucr of lim Saicly club during iris senior year. P a'
He plans cvenluaiiy io join tile Army Air Corps. Aff
' f 'rn
X X If f ff'
RUBY LEE SIMPSON
Ruby look II11- Iunsinoss roursv in IligIl sc'IlooI. SIN- Iye-
IongvcI Io IIle Qw0lllIIl!'l'K'IiII f'IuI1 in Iler senior your. AII4'r
grmIuzlIion sI1c WIII cIo 0IIico worIi.
CONSTANCE IIARRIET SKINNER
VVIIII In-r vxporiemlr in lIw A1-H cInIm IIITULIQIIUIII Inig5Iu
sr'Il0oI. Conniv is well prf'parmI In LIU LIOIensc worIi. SIM- W'ilS
uIso n cInss oIIic'Pr,
A. HEYVVARD SIN'Il'I'I'I. .IR
In music. I'IoywnrcI was an nwmIwr oI tIu- I1nnrI an1I IIm
orr'Iu-stra. He won IIw Ame-rimn Legion spa-oIiing fonIvsI
In Sumter nncI In IIIQ' cIisIricI.
SAMUEL BENJAMIN SMITH
Sinn was onv oI III0 movie opnmlors In IIN' IuigII s1:I1ooI
IIIIIe IIIQ-nler. I'It' wus n IIIPIIIIIUI' OI IIN: IxIoLIeI AirpInnc
fIuI1 anLI II1c 5nIvIy CIUIJ.
TIIELIVIA MARIE SIYIITH
VIAIIOIHIU wus parIIt:uInrIy inlc-rf'SIv1I in IligIl sc'I1ooI in Ilonw
mtonolnics. SIN- was eII.irif'nI in IJOIII rooIiin5j und sowing.
SIIQ1 IwIongcmI Io IIxf' fI-I'I L'IuI1.
ANNIE SERENA SPENCER
In Kitiing nncI Junior RQLI Cross. Sfrrvnn cIi1I good cIn:I'cnsm-
worIc. SIle Io0Ii IIN Inusiness foursc' In IIIQII S4-Imnl nncI
4-xp:-ds In In- u sIonogmpI1er.
MENIJEL L. SMITI'I STAFFORD
In IX'IfvncIeI, wo I1ncI an C'ItI'II'if?I'II IIIOVIC opcrnlor. He' was in
IIIGIIIIJCI' oI IIIL' IJEIDCI. ITIF UISO IJFIOHQCII Io IIll' LI-H EIIILI
I". I:. A. rIuIJs lI1r1f1- yoars.
MYRTLE IT. STAFFORD
In IIIgIu s1'IlooI, IN'IyrIIc was ax IIICIIIIDCI' oI' lIw CrocI1L-I,
KniIIing, uncI Snfs-Iy rIuIxs. SIM: is pIannIng Io aIIvncI IIN'
l,,Inive'rsily UI SOLIIII CaroIinn.
Sour-soN SKINNER SMITH,
Y , V P..
Ray was on IIN- I1ig1In sc'I1ooI ImseI1nII In-un: Iwo yc-nfs nmI
IIIL- Arncrirun Lcgion learn Iwo. He ImeIongccI Io IIIC Soprls
cIuIm Iris sxnior ycnr,
IYIARGARET ANITA TAYLOR
Musk' und Ar! wc-ro Iwo oI IYIill'QHl'CI'S Iavurilc pnstinn-s.
SIIG was n mc-mIwr oI lIw GI1-c rIuI1, aIso Arts und fSrnIIs,
Slw cIIfI -I-II work IICSILIPS.
.IOI IN IVIILTON TERRY
In IIIUSIC, IXVIIIIOII VVHS H IIICIHIIUF oI III? tTICP FILIIJ I40'lll'
years. In nIIlIcIic:s, Ilr- was ouIsIancIing in IOQIIJIIII, IJascI3aII,
and Ivoxing IIIrougIlouI IuigI1 School.
THOMAS IJANIEL TIIAMES
As a lnvnlI1er oI' IIIL- DivorsiI'i1-LI fhtcupnlions group.
IIlunms gol Iine' Irusinvss lrnining. I'If1 wus inIf'r1?sIecI in
2lIIlIvIirs umI IwIongocI Io IIN' Sporls 1'IuIv.
VVILLII-I HARVIN TI IOIYIAS
AIIIN QmrIuaIion. VVIIIII- I'Inrvin will Imin Io Invronlf' n
nurse-. In IIIQII scIlooI. sIue IveIongvcI In IIIu IX'Ior.IeI AirpIanr.
Dance, anrI LI-II cIuIrs.
MARIE ELIZAISI-I'I'I'I TIMNIONS
Iii-snll-S Inc-ing n me-nnIJvr oI' IIN- Gurdon. ,I. I'I. A., ancI
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CHARLES MILLER TOINILINSON, JR.
LIIIUYIPS was 0ulsInn1'IIng in inIIIIc-libs. H0 pIauycLI HIS..
IoolIJnII, was on lIme ImsI4f'IImII If-mn Iwo yu-urs nnLI IIN--
Imsr-I:mII Iczun IIurce, He was an rIass oIIicvr.
NVILLIAINI LOUIS TREIVIISI .EY
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SPENCER STAFFORD. IN'IENm3L STAFFORD, IVI YRTLE STOKES
TAYLOR I wmv 'I rmmrs I 1-loMAs
IIKIMMONS 'I oM1.lNsoN 'I Rl'iMBl EY XZAUGHAN
JAMES H. VAUGHAN, JR.
.Innws wus an oIIIcc'r in milifnry. a memIn:r oI lI1e I:'Imnlom , N ,'
cIriII. nncI of IIne IVIiIilaxry cIuI'r. I'Ie look lIm ICOLIEIIQ piclurcs 9 I
for Hn-Wfws 1941. 4
It's something to he an artist and clalzvhle arounrl with
paints and palettes. There are always rx Iew people who
appreciate great art.
Itls interesting to he n r-amem man anLI take pictures ol
lille activities here, the-re. .Incl everywhere. Ixlany people
enioy camera stories.
But it's simply great to he zu cartoonist. Everybody enjoys
at goorl cartoon, and cartoon clruwing Imrings in good money.
Such clrawing requires ollscrvntion. imagination,
express sltetclrily with pen and inli the picture create '
the mind, ancl the ahility to "hit the nail on the In-acl."
These qualilications are all Iounrl in our art editor. .Iu'a
Bull, who drew the cartoons Ior HI-VVAYS I9f-I2. Julia has
a Iceen appreciation ol the Iaenutillul, hut her sense ol the
Ineautilul is shot through with a sense ol humor. Arlcl to
this the gilt ol clrawing. nnrl you Imve-.IUI..IA.
A lovely girl, with a Iovely voice, ami the touch ol' an
artist at the piano. TImt's Polly. She will specialize in music
In UIITICIICS, FEVHICH VVUS El IIIUIIIIUCI' ol IIN! IIOCICC Itffllll
three years and oI the haslccthall team three. A cluhs
were Dance. Movie. and .I. H. A.
ITIAHEL LORINIQ WARNER
Ethel playecl hoth Iroeliey ancl Iaaslcetlmll. She Inelungecl
cIuI:r. Plans to clo office work.
An aII-rouml athlete was Dot. She played on the hoclcey
team Iour years, the Ioaslcetlmll team Iour years, and the
tennis team Iour years.
CLIFTON RILEY VVATERS
In high school, Clilton IiI-:ect sports, band musie, nn
military Alter gracluation Ile will either go to the LJHINLTQIIY
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Practicing tire Great American Game
Sports piay an important part in our great
national cteiense program everywhere. They
not only aizforci good physical exercise for
the players, but also first-rate amusement for
timose who attend tile games.
Here we see Sumter boys practicing the
great American game ot baseball. They are.
ieit to right: Calvin Lyies, catciwerg Charles
Tomlinson, batter: Ray Stokes, third base-
man: and P. G. Reynoicis, iett fielder.
Sumter had a good season in football this
year, anci tile basketball team reached the
semi-Finals in the state tournament. in ad-
ciition to varsity athletics, a large intramural
sports program was carriecl out, with more
boys taking part than ever ioeiore.
TIIE PURPLE-ANDAVVIIITL PIGSRINNERS
Top picture, left to riglrt: MAC lVlCGRliW, Inanuger: lVlR.
.l. D. B1ClVllLl.AN. mach.
Picture on riglvt. In front, standing: CIO-CAPTAIN JACK
BRADFORD, qmxrlerluack. First row, kneeling, left lo rigllt:
.l. L. lVlooNI5YI-IAM, quarterhark: Wll.l.lABl SMITH, guard:
.IIMINIIE NIXIBERS, encl: CfIARl.ES PENNY, encl: XAIHIT VVELLS.
lnrlilc: JOHN HULIHHS, lmalfback. '
Second row, standing, lpfr to right: UYANKN JANIISS, center:
CHARLES JENKINS. guarcl: HXNIOLFEH LAVVSON. tackle:
CPIARLES l'lOLLADAY, guarol: RAYMOND BAKER, tackle:
DICK BURNS, lmllbaclc: ScRIvIaN BRUNSON, lmllhack: BILL
I'lUGl-IES, fullback: JACK COPELIKND, enrl: GRAHAM MOSES.
renter: CO-CAPTAIN 'ATEXH TREMBLEY. end: MARION BARN-
WELL. tackle: RALPH DABBS, end: IEDXVARD GIBSON. hall-
backp EDVVARD DUNl.AP, lmllluack: DILIUNVARD EULTMAN.
guard: EDXVARD Dew, guarcl.
With a 13 to 0 triumph over the Lake View
Wildcats, Sumter Highs lootlaall squacl rang
up the curtain on its 1941 season. The Game-
cocks managecl to push over seven points in
the opening half, and came hack in the seconcl
stanza to drive home another six pointer. Some
of the Sumter stars were Copelancl, Tremloley,
J. Hughes, B. Hughes, Baker, ancl Bultman.
FI E YARD LINES
The following weelc, Sumter upset the highly
favored Bearcats of Roclc Hill, 6 to 0. on the
Cats' home ground. ll was a pass from Scriven
Brunson to "Bucky" Copeland lor 25 yards
that accounted lor the gameis only score.
Camdenss Bulldogs invaded the Gamecocks'
coop October 3. and handed the Birds their
lirst sethacli of the season, 13 to 0. It was not
until the second halt that the Camden lmys
displayed their superior play. They pushed over
two touchdowns and an extra point in the
fourth quarter, for the winning markers. James,
Dew, Bradford, B. Hughes, and Baker showed
up well lor Sumter.
The Mclxdillanicoached lads traveled to
Asheville, N. C., Octoher 17, where they sul'-
lered their Worst defeat on the gridiron in over
ten years, 54 to 0. The hig North Carolinians
were too much lor their smaller opponents,
from the opening whistle,
Alter two previous defeats so liar this season,
the Purple and Vvhite Warriors laounced hack
into the win column with a I3 scalping oi the
Darlington Blue Devils.
CIIEERLLADERS, lefz to rigfzt: LUCY BOYKIN, TOMMY LIUGHES, DOT RKFFIELD PAP PROPS1 Jnfux SNSEATTE and HAROLD
WWELL GIVE THE GRA
Left, silting: En DUNLAF. EO Dlzw,
RALPH DABISS, "VVOLIfE" LAAXVSON, "Tux"
'l'Rf5MBLEY. DEUNVAIZIJ BULTMAN. Left,
standing: X'XlHl'l' XAIELLS. CIIAIILES LIOL-
LADAY, .imma IXJAHERS, COACII JOHN Mc-
IVIILLAN. Right, left lu riglrl: MARION
BARNNVELL fsiliingfm, THOMAS CU1'T15R.
RAYMOND BAKER, WILLIABI Smrru, J. L,
NIOONEYHAN, DICK BURNS. .lol-IN HUGHES.
Sumter toolc on its second North Carolina
. opponent, Raleigh, N. C., Octoloer 31, and was
again turned haclc, 7 to 25, hut only alter a
hard fight. The largest crowd ol the season wit--
nessed the Raleigh Caps score twice in the first
half on a long drive and a 45-yard run. The
North Carolina Capital City looys added two
more six pointers in the second half and one
extra. Sumter,s only touchdown came on a til'-
teen-yard pass to Ralph Dahhs. Leading the
locals were Dunlap, Hughes, Bradford, and
Brunson in the haclclield, and Dahhs, Tremh-
ley, Balcer, James, and Buttman in the line.
Coach lVlclVlillan,s looys were stopped for the
lourth time of the campaign hy the Bantams
ol Charleston, 12 to 0. The Birds threatened
to score twice in the second half, 'hut the Ban-
tams' defense was too strong for them.
The Sumter Gamecocks hrolce loose with all
the fury ol' a hurricane the afternoon of No-
vemher 14, as they swamped the Chester Red
Cyclones, 39 to 0. The Birds displayed a fine
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running and passing attaclc that was too much
lor the visitors.
Again, the following week, the Birds showed
a great improvement over their early season
games. They ventured into the camp of the
Orangeburg Indians, and loelore the evening
was over the Sumter lads had run up a 20 to
7 score. Burns turned in a nice game for the
locals with his running.
Qne ol the largest crowds ol the season as-
sembled at the Edmunds High Field the night
ol Novemher 28. to watch Sumter and Flor-
ence in their annual classic. Both teams loattled
away for 60 minutes, and alter the dust cleared,
they were still right where they had started.
The score read Sumter 7, Florence 7. Florence
scored first on the first play ol: the second hall,
on a 60-yard dash lay lxflerrirnan. But in the
latter half of the fourth period, Tex Tremhley
lorotce throughto hloclc a lciclc. Ralph Dahlas
picked up the loose hall and raced 30 yards to
score. Bradford place-lciclced the tying point.
"Trax Tunzvimzr, Co-Captain of the
Sumter Gamecocks in l9Lll, is seen here
as he made a touchdown during the hard-
fought game with Chester. mlqcxu played
on the loothall team three years. He was
co-captain with JACK BRADFORD in l94l.
He made all-state in t94ll.
THRCDUGH THE BA KET
Coach Johnny lVlclVlillan's 1942 Sumter High
basketball team left a blaze of glory laehincl
them that will long' he rememherecl, for it was
one of the greatest quintets ever to represent
Sumter. The Gamecoclcs compiled a recorcl ol
sixteen wins, while they clroppecl only two
games. The final Ulosen was to Columlaia High.
41 to 30, lor the South Carolina State, Class
A, Baslcethall Championship. At one time
during the season the Birds ran their string ol
consecutive victories to fourteen in a row.
The lVlclVlillan men openecl their season with
a 28 to 21 win over Darlington on the Blue
Devils' home court. Three olays later, Sumter
openecl its home season hy turning hack the
Reel Devils of Ulympia in a thrilling harclwoocl
hattle. 19 to 17.
Sumter met its first cleleat the following
weelc as a smooth working Co-
A lumlaia cage outfit pulled the unex-
pected and clroppecl the locals, 29 to
22, in the latterys gym. Alter this cle-
leat, the Bircls started on their loril-
liant winning strealc ol? 14 games.
First, it was Qlympia, on their own
lloor, in a return game. The score
was 29 to 22.
Florences Yellow Jaclcets tried to
stop the Gamecocks, lout tastecl cle-
feat, 18 to l2. Once again, the
Carlisle Cadets almost snapped the
Sumter boys' winning strealc, but
Sumter managed to eclge them out,
29 to 27.
The Charleston Bantams invaclecl
the Birds' coop, only to he turnecl
away with a ll to 8 cleleat, as the
lVlclVl.illan-coached hoys raclcecl up
their Fifth win in a row, It toolc a
last minute tielcl goal to clown a
stuhhorn Dreher outfit, I9 to 18.
A XVINNING BKbl I l' IIN 'llll INS1
TIIIRTY SECONDS OI A CLOSI' C-XMI
IN XVHICII 'IIIII TEX I NN XS 'IIIE STAR
THE HEFTY HARDVVOODERS
fron! row, left to right: ClIfXRLES PENNEY, Blu. Humuzs. IJEUVVARIJ BULTMAN, J. L. Noowuvimx, EDVVARD DUNLAP, SCRIVEN BRUN
sow Enwixnn Gmsow. MAN,xmaR BILI. BRAmfonn. Sr-cornt rum, ieft to rigid: CHARLES Pizovsr. Jixclc Bimnroen, RALPH Dmsns, RMMOND
BAMR CHARLES 'i40Ml.lNS0N, IDICK BURNS, ASSlS1'AN1' iYiANAGER CHixR1.11s MCGREW.
Sumter got revenge for its one eariy season
defeat at time tiands oi Coiuminia, for wiien time
Caps Came to Sumter, tiiey found tile Game-
cocics a init hard to imandie. The ixficixfiiiian men
triumphed over tilem with a 34 to 20 win.
in a return game with Florence, tiie Sumter
iads roiied to an easy 36 to 20 victory. Two
days iater, time Gamecocks traveied to Ciiaries-
ton, where time Bantams again feii ineiore time
fast moving Birds, 32 to 19.
Sumter iiung up its tentii and eieventii
straight contest wins iny dropping iootia Dar-
iington, 24 to 12, and Dreiier, 40 to 30. Coach
iVIciViiiian ended iiis season with a 25 to 23
victory over iiis former Aima ixfiater, tiie Uni-
versity of South Carolina freshman team.
Vvitil tile reguiar season over, time Sumter
Gamecocks entered tile State Tournament. in
time first round game, the Birds eliminated
Brooiciand-Cayce by a one-sided score of 34 to
19. Tile next night, tile iViciViiiian men scored
their fourteenth straigtxt Win by beating Dar-
lington in tiie semi-finals, 42 to 23.
For time ciiampionstiip game, Sumter met C0-
iumtaia for time third time in time one season, ibut
this time it was a mucii improved team over
tile one time Birds had defeated two weeics ine-
iore. For tiie Capital City boys displayed a
fine iarand of ioaii to down time Gamecocks and
cop time State crown.
THI' BRAWNY BATTERS
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Seulecl on lmtlom step: MANAKIIER BILL GIBSON. Seated on. tliirzl step, left to right: SUNNY lVloNTc.oMERv, JAMES FARMER, lViANAGER MAC
McGREw. Sealed on lop step, left to riglzl: CI-IARLr:s VTOIVILINSON, SCRIVEN BRUNSON, Joi: lVlAY, K1NcasLEx' l'lUMBER'l'. Standing, fron! to
back. left to right: Coixcii lVlClVllLLAN, RAY Sroiuzs, NVILLIAM TOMLINSON, P. G. REYNOLDS, Russnu. Tmmoxs, Tuoams ITURNER, ED
VVARD DEW, GORDON GULLIEDGE, CALVIN LYLES.
Eclmuncls High School
May 6, 1942
On lylay 5, the Sumter High hasehall squacl
Was well on its way to another fine season, al-
reacly having won five games and lost only one.
Sumterys cliamoncl outfit started off its '42 sea-
son in great style as they sluggecl out a I0 to 4
win over the Yellow Jackets of Florence. ln the
seconcl encounter of the season, the Bircls came
through with a late rally to top Darlington 7 to
5. Carlisle Military Academy pushed over one
run in the last hall of the ten inning to hancl Sum-
ter a 6 to 5 defeat. This was the Gamecocks' hard
in a return game with the Darlington Blue
Devils, Sumter repeated its first showing and sent
the Devils home with a 10 to 2 heating. Jim
Farmer turned in a nice joh on the mound for the
McMillan men hy setting the visitors down with
Behincl some line hurting hy Charles Tomlin-
son, the Bircls evened the score with the Carlisle
Cadets as they trimmeol them, 3 to l, on the
The lower state title play-olll startecl on Tues-
clay, May 5. For the lower state honors, the locals
met Darlington in the first ol a three-game series
on that ciay. The Gamecocks stoppecl the Blue
Devils 5 to 3. If the Purple and Vvhite Warriors
win the next contest from Darlington, they can
claim the lower state crown. The winner ol the
lower state will meet the winner of the upper state
for the state championship in a three out of live
series cluring the weelc loeginning May ll.
AR D THE DIAM
Standing in front, on tI1e right: DoRo1'1iY
IZAFFIELD, president oi the association.
Others, Ieft to right: TILLIIE Fl.oWl5RS.
hoard member: PAULINE COOPEII, I1onrrI
memberg IVIARY ALICE Pmrcnxnn vice-
presicIenl ot lI1e ussocialiung DOROTHY IVIC-
CULLOCI-1, secretary ancI treasurer
T1-115 CON"l'ROLLlNG BOARD
This year the girIs, athIetics association has
proved to Ioe oI great heIp to all girIs taking part
in sports. At the first oI the year the whoIe associ-
ation met to eIect their oIIicers. The president was
chosen from the senior cIassg the vice-president,
Irom the junior cIass, and the secretary and treas-
urer, from the sophomore cIass. Three IJoarcI mem-
hers, aIso, were chosen from the senior cIass. This
I3ocIy of girIs took charge of the schecIuIe of games,
the choosing oi committees. ancI the preparation
Ior banquets. They heIcI weeIcIy meetings to cIis-
cuss any proIJIems that came up. AII this was
cIone with the aid oI their adviser, IVIiss Martha
HOCIQEY IN THE FALL
The most popuIar sport this year was fieIcI
hocIcey. OnIy juniors and seniors came out, as
this sport was otferect to no others. Next year, the
seniors wiII he the onIy ones to pIay. The seniors
won the championship honors again this year.
The games were well attended. At the encI of the
season, the annuaI I1ocIcey banquet was heIcI. The
committees chosen to put on this event upI1eId
tradition Iay giving us an entertainment to he re-
memhered all the rest of our Iives. The girIs maIc-
ing I10cIcey varsity were announced on this oc-
casion, and the seniors Ieft with a IeeIing of sor-
row that there wouIcI he no more Sumter High
Inanquets Ior them.
ISASKETBALL IN THE SPRING
BasIcetIJaII was a Iot oI Iun Ior aII of us this
year. Vve had our IiinaI championship games un-
der the Iights in the gym, and we had a IootIJaII
pIayer to reieree them. The Iast game Iuetween the
seniors ancI juniors was one of the cIosest games
ever. The seniors tiecI the game untiI the Iast few
seconds. Then they rang up a goaI that macIe
them the scI1ooI champions. In all sports, g0ocI
sportsmanship and fair-and-square pIaying were
THE QCKEY CHAMPS CF 1941
Above you Svc the senior Ilocliey squad, wlm won lu: CIIHITIPIOIXSIIID nvvr Ilnc junmrs IH llll. I vucl Iron: lull lu riglnl.
Bottom row. seated: FRANCES MOSES, JEAN ELMORE, VIQILLIE FLOWERS. Second row, soulful: lfvlfl.x'N NIOHGAN, JULIA liLu,1,.,
M,xTu.m NcL121.l.,xN, Nfwcvla Coxmvwmin. 'lwlzirrl mm, lenonlingr h'IARCUliRI'l'lZ NICHOLS, Dow' Hnxxrow, Dm' JACKSON. Fourth
rum, standing: DOT VVARREN, EIARLYNE REESE, Miss IXNIARTIIA RIQDFERN, Concln: LWLAIRE l'1.owm5N, K.-Yl'lII'lRINli IDELUIIMIE.
Dm' RAM-'ll2l.lw is rulling in ilu-
lmll, uncl lfxosv wlm am' wnilimg lu
furry il on clown lluc- fiolrl urv. lvfl
lu v-iglnl: NANCYIQ Cfomrmxmnnn,
Ifvm,YN Nommw, "l'1l.r.ls-: Fuawliks.
Dm' NVARNI-iN, IiARI.VN!i Rules:-2.
Um' llulqruw. l'4ItANCliS Nosxis.
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Ill.IJXVIJliN, NIARGUI1Rl'l'li Nlc1lo1.s.
lim' .l.wKsoN, K.x'rul-:ruN1a Uni
Lonmla, N.x'rn,n.x AIlTl.lil.l.AN.
THE BREEZY BA KETEER -'42
Bottom mm, lc-fi to riglii: DOT RAFIfllil,D, JULIA ISULL, JEAN Emioiuz, Dov XIVARREN, MARnUERi1'1i Nxcnors, Erinsr
YATES. Sucouci row, left Io rigid: FRANCES Nlosxzs, NiXNCN'l2 Comnmwnnan, PAULINE Coomzrz, G1zNrzv,x Pfxmuzu, NIATILDA Nc
LIELLAN, KA1'ixizmNE IDIILORME. Top mm, left to rigiil: 'lin.1.n1 l71.owIarzs, EI.IZAIHiTll BOYKIN, Dm' HoL'roN, Prom' Hurn
These gjiris piuyc-ci n sc-ries of games wilii lim juniors, nl tin- emi of lilo Season, lo soc wilo wouici in: lilo scinooi cimln-
pions. VTIIOIIQII lim seniors won, il wus so fioso we nrc- in-Ming un lim Ciaiss of '43 nrxl springi
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strong junior six. Ami it was woii lin-y pract-
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KNITTING Fon THE RED Cnoss
Niany of our sciiooi activities tiiis year
pertained to national defense. Some of ttlese
were Red Cross woric, home nursing for
girls, sctiooi sate ot defense stamps, auto-
mectlanics, radio, model airplane construc-
tion, gardening, and military drill for boys.
Here we see, among other girls, a numioer
of seniors knitting for the Red Cross. They
are, First table, facing camera, ieit to rigtmtz
Peggy Holmes, Dorothy Hartin, Peggy
Rivers, Connie Brothers, Betta Dingle, and
There were several assembly programs this
year featuring national defense. Speeches on
defense were heard in time auditorium and
over public address. Defense pictures were
shown in tiwe iittie theater.
PTIIE SCHOOL NSINGH Most of lIIeir work was CIone during sCI1ooI
Tlliil New NN .ncluded in our qc ledu L , time for tI1is xx0I'Ic is CrecIitecI IJy the sCI1ooI.
pc.riocI Ixxice '1 l'I'l0I1IIl vxI1c,n II1e sIucIent JOC5 some of the Senior girls who were Outsmn ing
met in II1e 'nucitorium to sing together uncIer in HHS C1185 were legni Holmes Dorollu
lIIe direction of IVIr. NIoise the instructor of Goodson Pauline Vvadford Norma Bong'
music "1t EcImuncIs I'Iig,I1 SCIIOOI. In z1fIcIition to and Time Flowers' The boys glee Club hqd
scIIooI '1ncI putriotie songs tIIere were atso IoIIc OH y vmout twuqly members which included
H popular Songs. We felt mat muc was tI'Ie exceIIent cIouI3Ie qu'1rtet mide up oI Fh-
gwinect Irom tIIese 1ssc.mIJIies' a cI too t ese Hon Bamweli Ralph Drl by INK Brac fort
sings provi e 1 pIe1sHnt inIerxaI Iaetween 'RZTCS gflmno iaymond B1Q:ce1.D'Wid MII'-'
tI'Ie reffulnr cIuss perio '. e 1Iso nd tu. op- I ton CITY an Warren In US'
portunity. in eitI1er auclitorium or cIassroom
lo Iiear many of tIIe gruxtest symp Ionies 'Inu MIXED CHORUS
otI'1er music gems an to Iearn music Iitera- 'rhe rnixed Chorus WHS not Connected in any
ture. PI-Iiis was macIe possiI3Ie Iay IVIr. Ixftoise Way Wilh the two glee Clubs- Iqowvcver num
wud his use or the public qddress System' oI tI1e members were f1Iso members oI the gIee
cIu Js. This cI1orus ' all of its wort: out of
GLEIS CLUBS scIxooI in tie afternoons 'Inc 'It nigit. For
Tile girIs gIee CILIIJ was mz1cIe up oI '1IJout t ose xsI1o were inlereste in music Jul xxI1osc,
twirty girls from tI'Ie tI1ree cI1sses at our sc oo . Ileavy seI1ecIuIes cIirI not permit work I 'tI1 tI1e
THE HIGH SCHOOL BAND
Lal ro right Imct- Io ronl: I2I.nER'r I'IUl'IBARD, IACI' Bmcr .PAUL IIZNNINGS. EVIEIIISTT Ness Blu. Srunns, JoIIN bfIO'l'LEY Joe
BLACIQMON I.0NNlE IN'IA'I'IIIs CA'fIIERlNlE IVIooIIIE, ROIIEIIT COURTIIIGHT, CLARK IVICCIIAIIY, IT. G. I'IOLLINGSXVORTlI, GRIEGG I'IoRNIi
WN'Llli IBLACIQIIIUN, .IOIIN JolINsoN, IQAY GALI.owAY, BIiIJLAI'I NICCOY. VIRGINIA CLARK, CHARLES NABERS. RUTH NIICKI-E. VVA H-
LEONIIIRTII WlLLIiXDI I5ARFII.iI.n, IIACIQIIE IIOIINSON, Boum' XKVILLIAINIS, rIIIII3I.rIA DIIIES, I'II2YwARo SMITH, DAVID EDENS, FRANCES IVIC-
CLURI5 BETTY Grzvrkv, and NR, L. Q. IVIoisI:, director.
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SENIOR GLEE CLUB
Left lu right: PAULINIL XN'AmfoRIw tal the pianol, DORO'l'IlX' Goonsorv, NURAIA BONIZY. JULIA BULL fin lronl ot pianol,
lj,-XVIII lXlILLs, VVARREN lX'lA'I'IIIs, CAIIOIJN VVILLIAAIS tin chairl, A"llL'l'0N TIZRRY tlmrli ol chairl, 'l4ILLIll l"1I.owI5Rs ton arm
ul chairl, PIALILIY l'l0LMIiS ton lloorl. Alison! when picture was taken: JACIQ BIIAoIfoIzn, JAMES L?UT'l'lNO, R.Nl.I'li DIXBIXS. RAY-
IKIoNn BAIQIEII, lVlARl0N BARNNVELL.
glee clubs, this chorus ollerecl a real oppoi-
Last. hut lar from least, in this group was
the hancl. Composecl ol' about lilly memhers,
the lbancl provecl a great help ancl pleasure to
our school ancl our entire Community. It was
usecl to provicle music on many different oc-
casions during the past year. ln assembly, the
hancl often played lor programs. And. ol course,
no lootlnall game was complete without the
hancl. How colorful it loolcecl hetween halves
as it marchecl up ancl clown the lielcl in purple
ancl golcl unilorm with the clrum majors ancl
lIliljOl'CllICS lwirlingg their hatonsl The hand al-
so hacl an important parl on our Class Day
program ancl at Commencement.
The pealc of the year in Eclmuncls High
School music was Iiw Stale lxflusic Contest.
This contest is helcl annually at Winlllrop Col-
lege in Rock Hill. lt extends over a' period ol
several days. The Sumter stuclents who par-
ticipate in this contest are talcen lo Roclc Hill
in the school hus, ancl while there they stay in
the homes ol the city. This year the students
lrom Sumter were very successlul in Rock Hill.
Vvith bpricle we note that in each ol the nine
contests enterecl a First or seconcl place was
won hy Sumter, ancl the lirst places were in
the big majority. The lollowing receivecl lirst
ratings: Ellaert Huhharcl, Cornet: Jaclc Bracl-
lorcl, lenorg Gregg Horne, tromhone: Jimmy
Nalaers ancl Bill Stulahs, clrum ensemhleg Lin-
nie Hyncls, Bololay XA1llliEll'l1S. Clarlc lVlcCrary.
ancl James Cutiino, French horn quartet, ancl
the Nlixecl Chorus. Seconcl rating were given
lo the girls' glee cluln, the boys' glee cluh, ancl
a Capella chorus.
ARTS AND CRAFTS
Left to right: WILLIE I'tARVlN 'l'noMAs, Nonmix BONEY, RUBY GARm5N'roN, JAMES PIOUSEND, TlI..l.Ili t"i.ow1zus,
BET:-1 Dmouz, JEAN SUTTON, PEGGY RWERS. Absent when the picture was taken: JULIA BULL, Art Editor ut'
MUSIC AND LITERATURE
Left io right: TILLIE FLOWERS, PAULINE WADFORD, CHRISTINE
Arts and Crafts in Ectmuncls High Sctloot
play an important part in title everyday life of
ltie art stuctents. Ttwese students ctesign cos-
lumesg they matte posters, ptace carats, stage
scenery: anct they decorate for att occasions.
Every year, extlilaits are hung in the art gat-
tery. In November, we twact fifty-tour pictures
on exhibit from the New York School of Fine
and Apptiect Art.
Ntusic and Literature when combined at-
ways matce an effective program. In quaint cos-
tume suc 'rs longfettoxfs ttlree 'lugtmtcrs
might true worn Potty Wadtord Tillie
Flowers wnc Christine Ev ms sang hrs of
the Summer Night I-Ixus 'rl assembly pro
ffram In February ttme American poet xx o
wrote ltie tovety words ot ltie Sonff 'md WIIOSC
Jirt lCt'lN comes in t 'it mont was I'l0l'lOl'CC
'DAVID lxllll.LS illlll IQEGGY I'I0Ll5IES HFC SllONVl'l llCfl! US llICy ilpl7Cill'f'Cl il! ll!!! pliiy, uhlllltf BOY COIHCS PIOIXIC.
Dramatics mnltes Z1 strong appeal to most
high school hoys uncl girls. Consequently, the
clramatics cluhs at Eclmuncls High this yeor
were overcrowclecl. Different groups worlcecl on
plays at the same timeg uncl when one was
reacly, the play was presenlecl helore the school.
Vvhile the players were greatly henelitecl hy
their experience in acting, they gave much
pleasure to the school.
Drcssmaking has hecomc very popular at
Eclmuncls High S1-hool. Here we see Lucinda
Carroway wearing .11 lovely chamlaray evening
lroclc which she mncle in the home economics
cleparlment. At' the South Carolina Style Show
ancl Junior Honwemalcers Assoriation ol Eclu-
cation helrl at Xfvinlhrop College in April, Lu-
cincla was given an HExcellent" rating on her
attractive Colton clress, whirh cost less than
H I GH
LDULAIION xfVEljli PLAY
AMERICAN EDUCATION VVEEK PLM'
The weelc ol Novernher 9-15 was olnserved
throughout the nation as American Education
weelc. During this period ol time, the schools
all emphasized uEducation for a Strong
America." The culmination ol the programs in
Edmunds High School came on Friday when
the seniors presented in assembly the play,
Uwe Hold These Truthsf,
HVVe Hold These Truths" is a musical play
based on the Declaration ol Independence. The
art department prepared the setting, all in red,
white, and lalueg the music department was re-
sponsible for the songsg and Miss Hepburn
trained the players. It was a delightful per-
lormance, which closed with a rousing "God
Bless AlH6l'iCO,, sung hy the chorus and players
just as the lights were lowered to a deep purple.
Those who toolc part were, Prologue, left to
HVVE i'i0LD TIIIESIZ TRUTIISU
IXMIZRICAN Eouc.x'I'IoN VVEEK PLAY
right: Tillie Flowers, Nancye Commander.
Beth Dingle. Main group. Clifton Terry, seated
on stool. First row: Heyward Smith, Jean
Chandler, Nlatilda lVlcLellan, Harold Hatfield,
Gregg Horne, Serena Spencer. Back of bench:
Herald Latham, Vvilliam Lawrence. Back row:
lxflarion Barnwell, Pauline VX7adlTord, Dorothy
Goodson, Betty Newman, Carolyn Williams,
Pauline Cooper, Frances Moses, Raymond
Baker, Milton Terry, Ralph Dalohs, Norma
Boney, Dorothy Barwiclc, Vvarren Mathis,
James Cuttino, Jane Brown,
in these latter days when the tempo ol life
is at larealcneclc speed and there is time only to
race from jamlooree to jamhoree, the curtain in
Edmunds Hi was drawn on December 19 lor a
program. ol quiet devotions, solemn in its simple
dignity, untouched lay aught save laeauty and
F 194 -1942
reverence. One might have heen assisting al a
servive in the seventeenth century.
lfvehincl the vurtain the hoys' chorus preparecl
the auclience lor the occasion hy singing Goofl
Chrislicm Nlen Rejoice hy Bavh ancl the lracli-
tional Gocl Resl You Nlerry Gentlemen., alter
the Curtain was clrawn. The girls sang E1 ca-
pellci the incomparahly touching Legend hy
Then, with orchestral accompaniment the
mixccl vhorus sang the inspiring Rex Gloricie
hy Samuel Richarcl Gaines. The worlc calls al-
so lor a narrator. This part was suppliecl hy Dr.
Glculon, whose clear cnuncinlion ancl impres-
sive interpretation gave the inlenclecl touch ol
prieslly clevotion. The Chorus aclmiralply han-
Qllecl the exarling lasl: laicl clown hy the Com-
poser. Their singing, partly a Capella, was al
all limes highly expressive. deeply imhuecl with
religious spirit. The orchestra was mosl help-
lul, suggestive, hy the use ol its long sustainecl
tones, ol the churchly accompaniment ol the
organ. The audience left the auditorium in the
silence that lollows a sacrecl service.
Those who tool: part were, left to right: Jean
Hawkins, lxlary Balcer, Stella Coelcerill, Har-
riet lVlartin, Frances Brockington, Betty Zoe
Rhame, Norma Boney, Augusta Clayton, Bar-
hara Hester, Pauline Cooper, Carolyne Wil-
liams. lVlary Jane Remlaert, Daviel hflills, Dot
Cooclson. Nlilton Terry, Dorothy Barwieh, Lo-
ring Fishlourne, Betty Newman, Charles Kin-
ney, Gorflon Gulleclge, Clark Nlecrary, Davicl
Cutlino, Bobby lxflellette, Kenneth Hill, hflrs.
Buck, pianist: Nlr. lxloise, clireclorg Bohhy Wil-
liams, horn: lxfliss Claussen. violing Elbert
Hulbllarcl, Cornet: Nliss VValsh, llute: ,laclc
Black, trumpet: Gregg Horne, Raymond Bala-rr,
Pete Lulon, Ralph Dalohs, Charles Housencl,
Robert Bramhall, VVarren Evans, VVarren
Wlalhis, lVlary Young, Theoclosia lVloseley, Jane
Brown. Dorothy Herring, Pauline Vvacllord,
Nlary A. Pritchard, Nlary C. Vvilson, Dorothy
Luton, Estha Newman, VVayne Stol-res.
cillRlSTB1AS CLXN1 Wx
Lvfz to riglrl: ivIARliLlliRl'l'li VVoon, JAMES i'loUsIzNn, FRANCEs Mosizs. BARNES BOYLE, LONNIE IVIATIIIS, LORITA
RYAN, PEGGY IAIUTH, RALEII DABISS, IVIARIAN I.l5NOlR fpinying pianojp lfn DUNLAE, JULIA BUl.L.
Junior-Senior foiiowoci lin- early American iiwme liIis year. and limi means inriinns and nil. Firsl, iiIere was
a PIUQFHIII in lim auciiiorium. Tiuen, l'0fl'CSillllCl'liS in lin: caiclcria. A granri limc was imci ily aii, cspcciniiy liwse wiio
fianccci lo lile music of liie Silaw Ficifi OrEiIesiraI.
Left lo rigizl, front row: WAIXIIEN ixiiATIllS, DOT IQAFFIELD, FRANCES MOSES, SUNNY LAWSON, BETTY BEATTY,
LEGRANII BEATSON, RAYMOND BAKER, NANCYE CUMMANDER, PETER i'ILLAs, XAIIILLIAM LAwIzENcE, .IACK BLACK,
HEYWARD SMITII, PAULINIZ W4XDF0RD int pianol. SI-cond row: l..UClI..I.li CARTER, PEGGY HUTII, NIXNCY NASI1,
SERENA SPENCER, BYRD h'lURllAY, BETTY BRUNSON, IN-'TICIQEY CjlAl.l.OXVAY, LORINU FISIIBURNE, NORINIi BRYAN,
JAMES CU'F1'INO, PETE LUTON, BARNES BOYLIZ, JIMINIY PALMER, HANK VVILSON, J. L. iVi0ONEYIlAN, I'IARllY FOXVLER,
CAREX' EIRADHAM, XNIAR-
REN EVANS. RALPI-I
DABBS Uaack of pianol.
A fine array of junior
anci senior laicnl. in
"l9'I'.2 Varieties," iieipcci
iimc seniors raise scwmily-
iive cioiiars for HI-
VVAYS. Harry Fowler. I
reccnl graciualc oi Sum
lor Higil, was lin! main
spring of lixe silow.
FEATURE ' - '4
NIODEL PLANES Fon IDEFENSE
It was Secretary ol the Navy Franlc Knox that callecl lor 500,000 moclel airplanes. It was all
the schools ol America that answered that call. Anal Sumter was one of them. Aircraft-minclecl laoys
lrom the shops ol hoth high schools were eager to talce part in the nationwide construction ol
moclel planes. It was their way ol being in the air Corps.
The United States Gllive ol Eclucation lurnishecl the plans and speciliralions. All moclels
were lsuill to scale, ancl they were macle ol woocl. The types aslcecl lor ineluclecl not only those ol
the Unitecl Nations, but also those ol the Axis powers. The manual training shops ol the Sumter
schools hecame the busiest places in the lnuilclings. even rivaling athletics in clrawing attention to
what they were cloing. Fine training in accuracy ancl exact computation was gained lay these
classes, as well as a lcnowleclge ol the many different types ol airplanes.
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MODEL AIRCRAFT CLASS
VVllcn a call came lor the schools tu construct mrxlel airplanes lor the Bureau ol Aeronautics, Sumter fell in line, ol
course. Here we see one ol the classes. Left to right: Sr-ic FAucE'r'rEg Liar: NVAY: Bonny l'l0LMES3 MR. VV. H. SIIAVV, Super!
intenrilent ol' the City Schools: PAUL Bouurx: T. M. VVAim: and JAMES CUBBAQE.
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Une of the main features in the curriculum
of Sumter High School is mititary training. it
was established forty-one years ago, shortly
after the Spanish American War. it has con-
tinuect throughout the years, and today, tue-
cause of the present war, it is being stressed
more. it has benefited the boys in that it has
given them vaiuaiote outcioor exercise, has
made them alert, and has taught them to give
and taice commands. This training has been
successful because the commandants and of-
ficers have been efficient. Sumter boys have ai-
ways stood Weil in military wherever they went
In the fail of 1941, military training was not
resumecl at Edmunds High School, as the in-
structors were caiiecl into the Army. However,
the administration secured. through the Public
Relations Board ot Shaw Field, the services of
Captain Sargent, Lieutenant Angotti, and Ser-
geant Anderson. Every Tuesday morning these
officers met with the boys oi Sumter High
School for one hour. Under these officers an
Color Guard. left lo right: JACK Biuurorm
RALPII DAIIIIS, IQAYNOND BAIQIER, and JAMIS
arlclecl interest in military training was clis-
playecl lay tlie laoys. Tliis year, for tlie first time,
tlxere was no clistinction between seniors, jun-
iors, ancl sopliomores.
lx!llI..lTARY CLU Is
The lxflilitary Club, wliicli was estalalisliecl
last year, has made great progress. It succeeded
in its purpose ol furthering interest in military,
wlxicll is sliown lay its large memlyerslmip. The
members are: St. J. Barnwell, F. Brown, G.
Campbell, E. Dunlap, K. Funderlourlc, H. Hat-
lielcl, H. Smith, K. Humloert. D. Prince, B.
Bartielcl, R. Arcl, E. Benlnow, J. Blaclcmon, B.
Brunson, N. Elliott, B. Gibson, H. Gooclman,
G. Cvooclson, G. Cvulleclge, C. Housencl, J.
Lindley. VV. Lowcler, J. Luton, B. lxflanning,
B. Plowclen, D. Prescott, B. Pressley, M.
Quattlelbaum, C. Sliipley, lVl. Smitli, C.
Strange, VV. Tomlinson. L. Vaughan, B. Vvat-
son, R. Weathersbee, B. White, H. T. Goocl-
man, anal Eclward Dunlap are instructors of
An activity tliat a large numloer of laoys in
tlie senior class loolc forwarcl to is tlie pllantom
clrill. ln the spring, when tlxis activity is begun,
tlley polish up tlleir rifles ancl come to sclmool
early to practice. Seniors in tlae pliantom olrill
this year were: R. Balcer, J. Naloers, E. Dun-
lap, P. G. Reynolds, C. Holladay, H. Smith,
H. Hatlielcl, R. Dalolas, B. Scott, VV. Lawrence,
S. Dunn, T. Tremlnley, M. Terry, J. Copeland,
B. Barhelcl, N. Barlielcl, K. Funclerlaurlc, 0.
Cluatliam, VV. Mathis, E. Hulolaarcl, A. Cooper,
J. Mallard, St. J. Barnwell, VV. Jaclcson. F.
Brown, J. Housencl, J. Bracllorcl, J. Mont-
gomery, H. King, A. Pliifer, C. Balcer, J. Allen,
"KEEP YOUR RIFLE SHININ' AND DONT LET IT RUST"
Gun Cleaners. front to tzucle, left to riglit: SUNNY LAWSON and lVlARlON BARNNVELL lon lloorl. BILLY INAIJNET flaaclc ol
Lnwsoni. First row, belrirzd these: RAYMOND BAKER, BILLY IBROAIJXVELL, DAVID BRITTON, .IULIAN ALLEN, WARREN l.VlATlAlIS
I.-AVVRENCE WlIl1'lE. Second row: BILLY SCOTT, FRED BRONVN, ED DUNLAP, WlLI.lAh1 LAWRENCE, GILBERT BRADIYIAM, VAL
ENTIN lx'llOLINA, .IOIIN PIiI3nI.Es, KlNGSI.liY l'IUMBliRT, KENNEX' FUNDERBURK, 'TROY NEWMAN. Tlrirrl row: JAMES Hous
END, LANVRENCE Houoi-I, C1-IARLES l10LLADAY, IIIMMIE NIKBIERS, ST. .IULIAN BARNWELL, ARCHIE CTOOPER.
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POLLY YVADFQRD and BARNES BOYLti stucly
music at tlie lmoarcl.
Tlie lvlusie clulJ acconlplislmcl most tllis year
lay listening to classical rccorcls Lluring tlleir cluln
periurl. Everyone trierl to distinguish tlic- souncls
ol tlie elillerent instruments on time orclicstra. At'
terwarmls, under tlie guiclance nl lxlr. L. C. lvluise,
tlte group woulcl cliscuss tlne merits ol enola com-
position. Tlie purpose ol all tliis was to lu-lp tlic-nz
:Appreciate tlle very lnrst music.
Left to riglwt: .luL1AN ALl.IEN, BILLY INABNET,
KEATINLZ SIINIONS, JAMES IVIONTALISANO, Ct1ARl.ES
Tlnc Airplane clulu, uncler Wir. R. L. Vvallier.
lruilt planes nl several clillerent types. Some macle
solicl wooden models, wliilc otlmrs constructecl
tlieir planes from loalsa woocl nncl paper. ln tlnc
latter class were stationary moclels ancl even some
that could be llown an sliort clistance. Tlxe clulr
also studied tlur lligllt ol' real airplanes anal gliclers.
Al the bat is WfxvNxz Lowmin. Catcher is
Clmlmlzs KINNEY. Otlmrs. left to riglzt: CHARI.u3
B1KKER, LAXVRENCE Houon, RAYMoNn BAKER.
CliiXRI.ES l"lOLLADAY, ARCHIE COOPER, OSCAR
CIHATIIAM, .limes NICCZASKILI..
Tlic Sports clulv, sponsored lay Mr. Huglt Kollm,
lnacl as its cliielq aim tlle improvement ol' llie pliysi-
cal conclilion ol' its lll0Hll'JCI'S. lnstearl ol liaving
programs, tlm clul: memlners tool: part in some
atllletic activity. sucli as lootlmll, loaslictlzall, anal
LUB . CDM
MOVIE AND KODAK
Left to right: i'iAR0l.lJ DEAN, ivitl.TON Yi-ERRY,
P,x1"I'ni i'i0I.MAN, Noruvoon I3ARI'lliI.D, ix'iARIE
ITIMMONS. HILTON KING, VVARREN iViA'I'ltlS.
The Niovie :Incl Kncinii ciuiz tixeri up n Linric
mum in which to rievciup their tiims. The cicnr'
ness anti composition of thc- prints were Iiiscussmi
nnci suggestions oiicrvct tor improvcmcnt, Tim
movie fans discusscci the host pictures thnt they
lmft sccn ciuring thc year. ivtiss Parker nnlt iviiss
Cassatt wx-rc sponsors ot these two ciuhs,
Luft Io right: GILIIERT Bn,xnI'mM. Kt.iNN1' FUN-
DERBURIQ, BILLY SCOTT. ix'liARlON B,xRNxvI3I.L.
1Vix'n'I'LI2 STAFFORIJ. EIIIISIA DlZl.l. IQNILLIIT.
Those hoys and girls who inciongf-ci to Itw
Safety ciuh stuciicci tmttic ruies for the sat.:-ty ot'
prcicstrizms. iaicyciz- ririers. nnci ctrivcrs ni' auto-
mohitcs. Wir. Bailey, one of Itte Higilxvziy Patrol-
mcn, directed this cttuh. Such usciui vxpcricnccs
as paratiet parking. parking on hiiis. and turning
around on hills were actuniiy pructiccci.
Left to right: PEGGY i'i0l.!NlES, BHTII DlNt1I.Ii.
The Knitting ciuh ciici in great Lim-at nt' aim-hzrxsc
worii this year. Sonic ni' lim IltClttiDt!l'S coutci not
knit when they joincci the ciuil. hut tim sponsor.
Miss Harriet Heriwrt, taught them how. A few
nmnnhcrs spent their time knitting for thcmscivcs.
Others knitted tor thc Rui Cross ami Bunctics
tor Britain. A number ot swcrntzrrs um' smarts
VVGFE Hllllfilf FOI' lil0SC.
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ARTS AND CRAFTS
Left to riglrt, lacwles to cmneru.: BE'I"I'Y BLACK-
MoN, PAULINE CooIfER. Otlmrs: MATILIIA Mc'
JLELLAN, .JULIA BULL. KATIIIQRINE DELORME,
Nonwoon SCIINVARTZ, lVIARGARET TAYLOR, MAR-
GIE CURTIS, Rum CARRENTON.
Mflflj' of llvc girls and laoys too are intercstccl
in the worli ol' tlic Arts :Incl Crafts cluln. VVl1iCll is
spnnsorenl lly lwlrs. H. Forester. Soap Carving,
spzxtter worlc, silhouette cutting. clrawingf, :Incl
painting were all clonu by tllis clulv ul clillqcrcnl
timns Iluring llxr: year.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
Left to right: ELIzAIaE'I'I1 EVANS, DOIXA VXIELLS,
FLORENCE REIwIIsER1', EARLYNI5 REESE, CECIL.
YDUNG, EMILY KOLB, DoRo'rI-Iv VVARREN, ELIZA-
IIETII NEXN'B'tAN, JEAN CIIANIILER.
Tlzc Junior Red Cross clula was quite busy tllis
year. Flowers were sent once at weeli to tlte lms-
pital at Slmw Fielcl. Tlxe group also culleclecl
looolis and nmgazines for the library out tltcre.
The more incluslrious mcmlmcrs made quilts :Incl
clotlting lor tlIc local Rvcl Cross Clmpter.
Loft to riglwt, to front: FRANCES lX'llCCLUI2li.
WlLl.lAhl KINNEY, EVELYN' MOIIKIAN, DOI' JACK-
SON, XIIOLET NENN'NIAN, ETIIEL WIXIINER, JETHEL
LEWIS, DAN BROVL'N. ANNIE lx'lAE l'lATFll'ELD,
Rum' LEE SIDIPSON, JEAN ELIAIORE, lVlARtAN LE-
NOIR. Back: XAIILLIAM CARTER, ETI-IEL HVATES.
Tllc Comruerce clula nmcle imaginary interviews
witlI prospective employers nnnl practicecl writing
letters ol implication lor positions. Gnml nncl lmrl
teclmiques lor using tlte telcplmone lor lnxsinc-ss
purposes were also cliscussecl.
I I sazgrfiv
OM ARE UT
Left lo right: ELBERT FIUBBARD, DICK BURNS,
XIALENTIN MOLINA, RAYII-ION SCI-IWARTZ, CLAIRE
Tim purpose oi time Spnnisii ciuiJ was to in-A
crease time iinowiecige oi tile group in rcgnrci lo
lim Spanisix ianguage anti lilose countries speak-
ing it. Tim ciuim sluciieci. witil Miss Margaret
Brunson, tiie iiistory, government, customs, ami
cuitumi imciigruumi of ibolil Spain and Latin
America. Tim presicient oi tiiis ciuim was Vnientin
Niuiinn, our young irienci from iviexico.
Left to rigid. sealed, front: i'iILTON KING,
JTIIOINIAS TIIAIIIES, OSCAR CIfIA'rIIAIvI. Baciz:
JOIIN RIVERS. Oliiersc 'TONY BROWN, LELANI7
BRLJNSON, GIEORGE CANIPIXELL, D. J. BENBOVV,
Tile Divcrsiiicci Occupations ciuin was nmcie up
ni slucicnts wilo ilild part time cmpioymenl. Tiley
ciiscusscci line ruies for efficiency. The IIICHEIJCFS
if-arneci line ruciiments oi business in li1is way, as
liicy ciici not take a conunerciai course. Mr. J. VV.
Ciiumiicr was sponsor.
Begin. loft, circle: CLARENCE BRUNSON, iViEN-
DEL STAFFORD, JoIIN REAMES. MR. BOVVEN, JoI'IN
JoIINsoN, LONNIE MfKTl'llS, EUGENE JACKSON,
ROBERT FARMER, JOHN PEISIJLES, JAMES HOUS-
Time iaoys in tiie fi-H ciuiv sluciieci mc-timcis ni
intensive farnxing nnci soii conservntion. As iarm
prociucls arc needed to fceci our iigixling forces
and nur growing army of workers. as weii ns for
use in lim nmnuincture ni war materials, linis
stuciy was very inIpnrtnnL
Front to lmclz, left to right: JIMMIE NABERS,
JIM lVIALL.-XRD, SUNNY LAXVSON, JOI-IN HUGHES,
CHARLES PROPST, D, J. BENBOXV, C. W. l'lICK-
ARD. THOMAS THAIAIES, CLARENCE EVANS, 'TROY
NPIXVNIAN, CHARLES lVl0ORE, IRVIN SEYMOUR,
SAM SNIITII, 'FED WRlGflT, JOHNNIE lVlAE FLOYD,
CLEO GOFF, LUTHER PACK, MARGUERITE NIC-
HOLS, BETTY DEAN Cocr-IRAN, DOROTl'!Y GOOD-
SON, MAIIY EMMA IJANCOCK, MARGUERITE WOOD.
SUSIE BRUNSON, FRANCES BATENIAN, LORITA
RYAN, RUTH FOXXVORTH, CONNIE BROTHERS.
They spent tlIeir leisure time reacting goocl
F. F. A.
Begin, left, circle: VVILIIUR JACKSON, J. P.
BROUGHTON, CLARENCE BRUNSON, SAM JOHN-
SON, EARNEST DRIOOERS, MR. ALEXANDER, JOHN
JOHNSON, EUGENE JACKSON, LONNIE MATIIIS,
JOHN PEEBLES, JAMES JOHNSTON, lvlENDEL STAF-
Tlxe Future Farmers Ol America rliel muclx world
tlmt was similar to tl1zIt clone lyy tlIe Buys' 4-H
club. Tllcy stucliecl tl1e judging Ol larm HtlllllEllS.
ll0WCVCl', EIS well EIS Soils and CfUpS nncl tlle
proper worliing Ol tllose crops. Mr. Alexnncler
D RAMATI CS
Left io riglzt: DAVID MILLS, lVlAROARI2'I' l'lU'l'Il,
YIJILLIE FLONVERS, lVlAROIE l'lICKS, DOROTHY FER'
RIGAN, PEGGY HOLMES, ELIZAIIETI-I BOYKIN, SE-
RENA SPENCER, DOT l"l0LTON, NORBIIX BONEY,
and ISAIIELLE BURRESS.
Tlte Dramatics clulrr, sponsored lwy lVlrs. J. P.
Wlallarcl, stuclierl sulujects relatecl to tlIe stage.
Among tllcse were acting, directing, costuming.
anal scenery. Plays were gotten up lay clillerent
groups and presentefl to tlte Otlicrs lor Criticism.
Several clcliglltlul assemlwly programs were given
lay tlme cluln.
I, V1 . i1
fy. . L. ,es-
OME ARE DE
En DLiNl.1XP fin COIlllllHI"ld,. Left to right: HEY-
VVARD SMITII, FRED BROWN, DENBIAN PRINCE,
HAROLIJ LIATFIIZLD, KINGSLEX' HUHIBERT, NVIL-
Tire iaoys in tlIe Wiiiitary ciuiq were unfortunate
tixis year in not imving a faculty sponsor. Never-
llleiess, unzicr tllc nivic leadership ol' tile presicicnt.
Eci Dunlap, tllc group ciici exceedingly gooci world.
Tiley spent tincir cluln periods in ciriiiing, nncl in
studying tim Iuiiitary tactics useci in lIl0CiCI'Il war-
Front, left lo right: CUNNIE SKINNER, JEAN
BIDAULT, IVIARTHA GEDDINGS. Jo REA CAMI-IIELL.
Back row: LOUISE PREscoTr, BERTIE LEE BRUN-
SON, LOUISE OSEORNE, DOROTIAIY PRESCOTT,
DOLLY GEDDINGS, DORIS NEXVDIIKN, JEssIE PROC-
1'oR, IVIARY ALICE PROCTOR, LEoI.A NESBITT.
The giris in time -fl-H ciuio were riivicicti into two
groups. One group ciwse tiIe study of ciIiciten
raising as its cl1iel' project, wiliie lim other group
cimse garcicning. Mrs. Bateman was sponsor tor
J. H. A.
Left to right: EVA LEE VVARD, 'TIPPIE ELAM.
FRANCES ARD, FRANCES iViATTl'IEXVS, ALENE
BROXVN, GENEVA PARKER. WlNE'F'I'fk BAKER,
ELIZAEETII Gnuuus, BETH DINGLE, JEAN
SXVEATTE, LUCINDA CARRONVAY.
The aim oi tim Junior Homcmaiccrs Association
is it weii-rouncieci personality for every giri anci
a imppy lmome for cvcry family, Tlmcir project for
tl1is ycnr. in orcier to aid in tile national conserva-
tion program. was vegetaiaie garcicning. Mrs.
Knight was sponsor.
Choclced lull of sports, defense, and gossip, til-
teen issues ol Sumter High News rolled off the
press this year. Readers fought for their copies.
scanned the serious news items, devoured the
gossip, waited-some fearfully, some hopefully'-1
lor next weelfs paper. Gossip columnists, Dot
Rallield and Doc lVlathis, made friends and ene-
mies with each successive issue.
High News for '41-'42 was not sensational. Em-
phasis was placed on news coverage. First year
journalism students tried to Ucovern the whole
school, filling the paper with "doings" of clulos.
organizations, assembly programs, and class ac-
A number of honors were won during the year.
Mary Alice Pritchard, Alton Ardis, Van New-
man, Jack Copeland, Jack Bradford, and Bill
Doverspilce won places in the annual 'Story of
the Nlonthu contest sponsored by Winthrop Col-
lege and "The Statef' High News was judged a
HDistinguished" newspaper in the southwide con--
test sponsored hy Emory University and "The
Qutstanding editorial features of the year were
the work of sophomore journalism students who
carried on advanced assignments, who handled
the hardest news stories. These students, Bill
Doverspilce and Van Newman, also won places
in the Hstory of the lxflonthu contest.
Dorothy Barwiclc brought in ads a plenty. Al-
ton Ardis had everyone guessing what would
come out under his name next. Mary Alice Pritch-
ard wrote editorials tirelessly. Billy Broadwell did
a time jola of his worlc as managing editor. Barnes
Boyle could always he depended on to get his
stories done quiclcly and well.
HIGH NEVVS STAFF
Loft lo right, front row: .Lxcii Bufxnronn, EARl.YNE Reese, IVIARY ALICE Piurci-man. Second mm: P. G. REYNOLDS, VAN
lXlENVMAN, GREGG HORNE, DAN BROXVN, BARNIES BOYLE. Back row: WILLIAB1 CARTER, LEROY GIBSON, XAIILLIAIVI- Brzofxn-
WELI., BURCHELL lvllNTON. nncl Al.1'0N Anais. Absent when picture was taken: Doc lVlATI-IIS, Advertising Manager, Writer
ul' mlialiing Stoclc with Doc."
gg-- ' - ' ff Q-.. ' f'1:,.ga-a
Left to rigizt, arounrl tim table: BILLY Scorr, PEGGY RIVERS, BILLY BROADVVELI., SIIEIIARII DUNN, Business Mziimgcrg
.lm DXIALLARD, Editor: Nomm BUNIEY, JOIIN REAMES. Absent wlxen picture was taken: JULIA BULL, Arty JACK BRAIIFORII
and DoIzo'rIIY RAFFIIZLD, Sports Editors.
Each year tlme critics of tlie N. S. P. A., of
which HI-VVAYS is a memlaer, lwave given our an-
nual a higher score than tlie year lnelore. For the
past two years, "lVliss Heplburnys Book" lias been
awarclecl a first-class rating.
Although HI-WA1'S l1as been outstanding in
tl1e past, the staff feels quite certain that tlIe 1942
edition will be ranlcecl as tlie laest yet, ancl that
to have a loetter one next year will loe a olillzicult
The staff has triecl to give the Hi-story of tlne
Class ol '42 as interestingly as possible.
We leave it to you to clecicle on tlle quality ol
this year's annual. ll you agree with us that it's
tops, tlien we lIave justification in challenging
next year's stallf lo improve on wlwat we've clone
as tlme staff of HI-WAX'S 1942.
TlIe stall' gets all the creclilg
Time scltool gets all tlIe lame:
The pulalislIers get all IlIc money:
lvliss Heplnurn gc-is all tlIe lDlElIllC.n
ln front, at typcwritcrs: CHARLIE BAKER,
Chairman, and lVlARlAN LENOIR. Buck row, left
to right: l..U'l'lIIiR PACK, PAULINE COOPER, MIL-
TON rI1IZRRY tstanrlingj, DAVID DXIILLS, Dorm
WELLS, unit EIIMA DELI. KNlGIi'l'.
Left to right: Bmw: Soon, 'Yn,x,n2
D, AEAN Cx
CONGRATULATIONS TO T1-114: CLASS OF 1942
Jewelers for Three Generatiovzns
"THE RING LEADERS SINCE 1868"
FINE IQEPAIRI NG-ENGIQAXVJ' NG
J. B. FOLSOM, OVVNER
CLASS OE 1911
Hr xi' l
Congratulations to the Class of 'AQ
Cantey- Plowden CO.
FANCY OROCERIES, FRESH MEATS
GROCERY PHONES 706-707 1WARKIC'1' PHONE 645 '
GEORGE H. HURST 8: SONS
FURNITURE DEALERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS
PRIVATE AMBULANCE 202-204 NOR'EH MAIN ST.
SUMTER, S. C. STORE PHONE 538-NIGHT PHONE 539
HENRY LUCAS GARAGE
105 EAST LIBERTY PHONE 470
"General Auto and Truck Refva'iring"'
OFFICIAL J EWELERS
TO THE SENIOR CLASS
SUMTER HIGH SCHOOL
jWlIllZlfC1Cf741'Cl'S af Class Rings
FISHEL'S JEWELRY STORE
THE GLDEST STAND THE NEWEST STOCK
I 832 I 942
SUMTER, S. C.
IN OUR MORE CONVENIENT HOME
Om' H ope I s
To serve our customers better and better.
To give the best values possible for Ilierchauclise of quality.
To give with our service El warm welcome at all times.
V76 want you to make our store your lieaclquarters.
"Meet me at the dry g0ocZS"
THE SUMTER DRY GOOD
Reafly-to-PVCIII' and flcce5s01'1'vs
126 NOR1'I-I MAIN Srrmrfr
SU MTER, S. C.
A. J. HATFIELD
AUTO PARTS AND SUPPLIES
The Leading Parts House
A SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA
PI-IONESI DAY 585, NIGH'1' 242-L
140 N. MAIN ST
1942 GRADUATING CLASS
MAY WE HOPE THAT YOU TOO FIND
U. S. TIRES AND GULF PRODUCTS
ON YOUR RIGHT ROAD TO SUCCESS
B. 8: H.
D. R. PLOWDEN G. W. SHAW
Best Buick Yet
SUMTER BUICK COMPANY
IrW1lB'1I Bfffm' Azzfovlzoln-iles are Built Buick Will Bwild The11z-"'
PHONE 886 212-214 VV. L1BER'I'X'
M. B. COX, Owzmr
COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF '42
BELK- TROM N CO
"lVlzm'v You Ildfay Shop IfV1'fh C0llfdC'lZCL7'
SUMTER'S SHOPPING CENTER
1 PHONE 888 23-25 S. MAIN STREET
LEHIGI-I HIGIfl-EARLY-Quick Setting Cement
REYNOLDS ECOD LATHS-Insulated or Plain-Galvanized or Un-
galvanized Metal Laths
CERTAIN-TEED AND VVEAVER-VVall Asphalt Roofing
PITTSBURGH PAINTS-"Color by Nature-Paints by Pittsburgh"
TRUSCON VVATERPROOFINGS AND PLASTER BOND
U. S. RED TOP PLASTER
VV hen in the market for any of these nationally ztclvertised products
thev are as near you as your telephone. For prompt, courteous service
VVELTB RY L MBER
CO PA Y
Across A. C. L. Tracks MANNING AVENUE
SUIWTER, S. C.
HILL PLUMBING CO.
29 Dugan St., Sumter, South Carolina
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Prompt Affrzztion to Small Jobs
HILL-SCOTT ELECTRIC CO.
29 Dugan St., Sumter, South Carolina
Congratulations upon completion of your first important step on the walk of life
May we serve you, arranging the comfort of the "Little Home" when you are
ready for that all-important step of matrimony?
HOME FURNITURE COMPANY
"LN tus feafltm' your Jzvsf with cz Iitflc d0it'1z"'
DR. HANNA R. KRISTIANSON
Eyes Texted Glasses Fitted
18 VVest Liberty Street House Phone 956-J
OSTEEN PUBLISHING COMPANY
,THE SUMTIQR DAILY ITEM
COMMERCIAL PRINTERS ENGRAVING
UNION BROKERAGE COMPANY
THOMAS 85 HOWARD
SUMTER, S. C.
C0lZgl'UfllIUfi01'lS to flzc S8111-Ol' Class
DRUGS SODAS CANDY
"1867"-"7-'l ycars of .vefnzfice In ,S'umfc'r"
17 S M:XIN STQET PHONE 45 945
VV. E PRATT, M af: 1
gf p ffl CI t
We Carry a Good Line of Building Materials
SHA L MBER CO
C0ng1'a,I'11Iaz'io1z.v fo S6'1I'l.0'7'S
"If It's in the Drug Lille-Hearon Has IH'
PHONE 36 SUMTER, S. C.
C 01I'g'l'U'f'MIU'ff0'7l.Y to the Class of '42
J IM'S WAFFLE SHOP
Famous for ,S'tc'a.ks
PHONE 143 OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
To THE CLASS OF '42
I NAL DEEE S
Left lu riglil: ETHEI. Lewis, SARAH JONES,
JUANITA C-AI.I.owAY, IVIARY HANCOCK, anrl ANNIE
lvlfxli HA'I'IfII3I.n. These are il few of the girls
wlno do Rccl Cross work in aclclilion to paying
llieir llllf!lll7Cl'Slllp lens. Tlie lmys anal girls of
Eclniumls Higli are enrolled in Junior Reel
Left to rigfzl: lx'lARGlE CURTIS. ST. .IULIAN
BARNXVELL, lvIA'l'lLDA lVlCLELLAN, DICK BURNS.
CLAIRE PLOVVDEN. and JULIA BULL. Tlirill mul
pZlll'iCltiSlll are llic orclcr ol llle clay Ht Eclniumls.
Sludcnls have cliargc ol' lllC sale ol clelcnsc
slamps, ancl every clay sees lliesc stamps growing
into defense lmncls.
Left to riglit: EVELYN lVlARs1IAI.1., IDA ELLIS,
Cl'lARLES Moons, JIMMY NABIERS, SAM SIIIITII,
CIIAIQLES lAl0LLADAY, WlLLlANl KINNEY, and
CIf.NRLlE BIKKEIZ. Auto mcclianics may line a first
step lowarcl airplane nieclianics. Tliis class was
organized io give practical lcnowlcclge to tlioso wlio
Illily nec-cl it lor National De-lcrmsc-.
AND THE CLASS - '42
Luft lo right: SAM SMITII, CllARLES ivi0ORE,
HERALIJ i..ATllAiNl flime sniiorj, IDA ELLIS. IRVIN
SI5vIvIoUR, EVELYN ix'iARSlIALL, JULIANA ,ALLEN
fexaxxiining time cnpi, Imci JOHN RIVERS. Hcrziici
icil iligii sciiooi io join lixc Navy. "Home comes
tiie sailor, imme irom liie scan: ioui ilC'S sliii in
f' - f' "!- , :fi
fff7,5f 54-4 ffwj , O .L , . , .
"Palienl," PEGGY I-iU'I'II. Left to right: DORO-
TI-IY FIARTIN, PATTY i'iOLMAN, NIICKEY GAl.L0-
WAY, ISADELLE BUIIIIESS. ri'l'lEl.MA Dress, .IDIINNY
MAE FLOYD, Bli'i"l'Y i3I.AcRMoN. KATIIEIXINIE Diz-
LORMIE, DOR0'l'lIX' FEIIRIGAN. M.NRliIE i'ilCliS.
FRANCES BRUNSON, VVIIQIETTA BAKER, Piiuov
HOLIVIES, MARUII5 CURTIS, and NANCYI5 Com-
XNIANUER. Seniors luicing tiIis course imvc distant
visions of nursing soiciic-rs.
Left to rigint: ARCl'lIE Coomzn, KENNEY
FUNDIZRBURK. CIIIKRLES BLAIR, ISABELLE BUR-
RESS, und FLORENCE REIvIIII5Iz'I'. "it iooics like an
easy tiling. inul wail liii you lry Il." However.
iresil vcgfciaiiies, proper rations, imllcr iwaiiil, mimi
ai slronger muruic iior Ainericzms wiii come ou! oi
our iilousnncis oi Viclory Gnnicns.
II fl .1
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CONGRATULA FIONS AND BEST VVISHES
To Each M8111l701'
Class' of 1942
GALLOWAY ESL MOSELEY
36 S. MAIN STREET
VVATCHMAKFRQ TNGRANI RS
Yom PIIfl0Il0g0 is Appwaiafcrl
S NIANNING AVENUE SUMTER, S C
"WHERE GOOD FRIENDS MEET TO EAT
Congratulations To The
CLASS OF 1942
MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEES OF
SOUTH CAROLINA CONTINENTAL
STUBBS BROTHERS, INC.
Cloflzfug, Fzmzzlvlzizzgs, Hats, and Shoes
NUNN-BUSH ANKLE FASI-IIONED OXFORDS
PHONE 263 19 SOUTH IXEAIN STREET
SUMTER, S. C.
Com p1iW1,f.f of
DUCKER 81 BULTMAN, INC.
The Home Tozwz. Grocer Szfvzve 1876
DONVNYFLAKE DOUGH NUTS
BULTMAN'S CASH AND CARRY MAIN STORE AND MARKET
39 S. Main St. 15-17 N. Main St.
Free .DL'I1"UlZI'j', Boflz Stores
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
SUMTER, S. C.
211101111201 F11dc'1'al Reserve Systenzl
lVIe11zbe1 I4C'CI1C'I'Cll Deposit I11s111'a11cc C0'1'P0I'fZff0711
R. L. MCLEOD, Mmzagci
O. L, YATES, Assistant IVIa11agcr
I f' f w-. '1
Corner Hampton and Harvin
FERT1LIzI3R, ITEIQD, FARM IMPLEMENT5-A, GARDEN SEED
COM 111.1 M ENTS OF
SUMTER VENETIAN BLIND MFG. CO.
VENTU VENETIAN BLINDS
CAROLINA HARDWARE CO.
"Where Your Business is A1J1J1'CCI2.ltCCI,,
PAINTS BUILDERS' HARDWARE
GLASS AND CI-IINAWARE
PHONE 525 SU1x1'1'1'2R, S. C.
C011g1'ntuIa!'i011.v mm' Best IfVisl1e.f to ffm Class of 19412
H101-1 GRADE READY-To-WEAR
WHITE AND KENNEDY, INC.
'YQIIFIUIQJ Shoes and I-Iosicv-39'
22 South Main Street Sumter, S. C
COM Pm MENTS OF
SUMTER MACHINERY COMPANY
SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA
Sales Ojicvs and Displays
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, I-IIGII POINT, and SAN FRANCISCO
GENERAL FINANCE COMPANY
2 N. MAIN STREET PIION13 48
SUMTISR, S. C.
BOOTH-BOYLE LIVESTOCK CO.
HORSES, MULES, WAGONS
IOI-IN DEERE FARM IMPLEMENTS
12 VVEST HAMIPTON AVENUE
HOLLAND OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER AGENCY
SUMTER, S. C.
Industrial Equipment Company
of South Carolina
Power Sales Service
GRAIN T ooLs PLOWS HARROWS HAY MACHINERY
B. L. MONTAGUE
Wlachinery and Supplies
i w.T,. I
J. WHITNEY CUNNINGHAM, A. I. A.
No. 2 P1.E1esoN BUILDING PHONE 755
CLEANERS AND DYERS
25 XV. L1B1f:R'1'Y STR1axc'1' PHONE 701
FUR MANY YEARS
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Have Sfvcvialisvd in School R'vqz4i1'r111c1zt,s'
BIG VALUES LITTLE PRICES
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SUMTER, S. C.
SUMTER ICE AND FUEL COMPANY
ICE AND COAL
FRANK'S TRUCK TERMINAL
F. W. FERRIGAN PHONE 667
2 lllilvs on the Colznzzlzia Highzcfa-3'
CLAYTON LOWDER P1eOPR119'1'O1
SUPER IDEAL MARKET
S. Main Street
FANCY GRQCERIES INIEAT PRODUCTS
Besf PVixl1e.v fo flu? Graduating Class of 1942
LAVVSON'S PHARMACY, INC.
Phone 568-"'Y011 rlowft lzazfe to wait"
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT LAWSON'S
CONGRATULATIONS TU TI-Ili CLASS OF '42
EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"'IfVe flpp1'ec1'afe Your Pt11'l'011'llg!Z"
BERELL'S DRESS SHOPS
30 N. MAIN STREET SUMTER, S. C.
LAST MINUTE PRINTING
Did you ever start looking in your stock of printed material and End that you
were "Just out?"
Well, in such cases just give us a ring . . .
SUMTER PRINTING COMPANY
J. S. MCCLAM
FRESH MEATS 8z GROCERIES
P. S. DuBOse's Esso Station
C olrnm' Was11i1'1gfo1z and Liberty Strfcls
ESSOLUBE MOTOR OIL
ESSO MOTOR OIL
Different? . . . Yes! That extra touch of rennement that makes you
chic and individual in our clothes!
THE SMART SHOP
"'Finc' W' 0'7I1C1lJS Wezzr'
Phone 885 Z7 S. Main Street
C. G. ROWLAND, President
ROWLAND WAREHOUSE COMPANY
Licensed and Bonded Under the United States Warehouse Act
Rcfercnccx: THE N'A'l'IONAL BANK OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Sumter, S. C.
PIEDMONT AUTO PARTS CO., INC.
7-9 Caldwell Street
Sumter, S. C.
C. L. LUTZ W. E. KINZLE
DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING
154 South Main Phone No. 894
AVERY LUMBER CO.
SUMMER, S. C.
CONTRACTING BUILDING MATERIALS
DUNLOP TIRE 81 RUBBER
Opposite Post Ofnce Sumter, S. C. Phone 4
J. JEFF WILLIAMS
Good T1'aa'c-in Allowance Budget P11111 Available
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KEATING Suvioivs and JULIA BULL place the
Hag Imesicle a portrait ol Dr. ECImuncIs. "There is
l'tOlIlIIlQ more lacautitul tIian rcverenliaI youtlxu
in tlie stress ancl strain ol' war times.
Registering: PATTY PRATT. Left lo riglit: Louisiz
OSRORNE, IVIARY I'IANCOCK. LUCINDA CAIRRO-
NVAY. THOMAS THAMES, and TED WRIGEIT. Tlie
Iiirst slcp towaral clcmocratic voting at Edmuncls
Higli is to liavc Ille students register.
.IUANITA GALI.0XN'AY adds mill: to THELM
DEESIS tray witli its vegctalvle plate, meat, starcli
and grapefruit. Qne Iactor in winning III? war
we lmclievc, will lie Ilia Izalancecl ration.
WALKING TO SAVE RUBBER
Left to riglit: Nouwoon BARFIELD. LAYVRENC
HOUGH, RAY STOKES, HIKROLD I'IATFIELD, Do'
FERRIUAN. IVIATILDA IVICILELLAN, EUGENE .IAc'
SON. and CI'IAIlLES ITOMLINSON. Tliosc wlxo use
Io ride lo save time now wall! to save rulalver.
PHE PIRIT F ED
THE FLAG OVER E. H. S.
' Since llle war ixegan, Ille lnuys ancl girls ol
Edmunels HiglI Scliool lmvc a new vision ul llic
llz-Ig, wliicli lms always llonirrl so sercncly nlmve
SHAW FIELD AND E. H. S.
Left lo right: CAPTAIN SARGENT. LIIiL:1'IaN.xx1
ANGOTTI, SIZRGEANT ANIDIEIQSON. and Plziviwu
SMITII. fill ol Shaw Field. Facing llicmz CJEORGE .
CAIwIvnuI.L. LELAND BRLINSON. and C. VV. I F
RICHARD. Slmw Field ollicirrs clrill our lnnllzilirm.
lllE'Ill, Tllrouglx llll? cloutls, llIe Flag!
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SPEAKERS ON "CQNSTlTUl'lON"
NIR. STODDARD lms Ilicm draw lor orclor ol'
speaking. Left In riglil: l'lIiYNVARlJ SMITII, BAIINIQS
BOYLII, BILLY INABNIT, lQAYMOND SCIIYVARTZ. nml
DAVID lVlII.LS. TlIesc lmys wrole Ilic-ir own
Spf-mln-S on "The ConsliiulinII."
BEAUTIFUL SCHOOL GROUNDS
FRANCIS CAIN Ialccs a picture ol JULIA BULL.
Tliey clmsc MRS. DlLLON'S yarcl lor an lucauly
spoi because lvlrs. Dillon lIilS llelpecl wiili llic
planting ol Eclmunds Higli Sclroul grouncls.
NU-IDEA SCHQQL SUPPLY
R. H. TUCKER, MANAGER
SUMT1-:R SOUTH CAROLINA
HSCIMUZIHQ HIC Schools of South Cl17'0lI'7Ill Owv' 19 YL'a:rs"'
CoNc1zATUI.A'r1ONs, CLASS OF '42
"Wlzcre School I?'l'i8lMI'S Always M ee!"
THE CLASS OF ,42
THE MILESTONES OF LIFE
Mark them with photographs to bring back happy
memories in after years. Persevering study ancl
application have made us expert in the delineation
of character with the camera.
PHo'1'oGiaAPHERs or THE 1942 I'I1-WIAYS
Congratulations to the Class of '42 and also to the Faculty
BRCWNS CURB SERVICE
SODAS DRUGS CANDIES TOBACCOS MAGAZINES
C U RB Sl'l"Z"l't'L' cr .S'pvfiul'fy l'l"'r Dcliwf'
CoM1'L1Mi:NTs 'ro TUE CLASS or '42
EARLE L. KIRBY
103 S. Harviu St. Phone 337
CLAUSSEN'S BAKERIES, INC.
8 Dugan Street Sumter, S. C.
CoNGRA'1'U1.A'1'1oNs 'ro TI111: CLASS or 1942
W. B. BURNS 81 SONS
HARDNVARE AND SPORTING GOODS
N. Main Street Sumter, S. C.
Collgratulatious and Best Wislles to the Class of 1942
FOR QUALITY MERCHANDISE SHOP AT
THE CAPITOL DEPARTMENT STORE
, . . AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE
Ozztjifiws for lille Entire Family
May Your Aims and Objectives in Life he Crowned with Success
Our best wishes are with you Wherever you go
VVC are sure that oid Sumter High will always be proud of you
GALLAGHER N FOXVVORTH
frWlIC7'6' Good Clothes Cost Less"
KEEP FIT AND ALERT
FOR WORK AND PLAY
DRINK COCA-COLA IN BOTTLES
Always Have a Case
In Your Home
Carolina Coca-Cola Bottling C0
SUMTER, s. C.
ELEGANT Food at Popular PRICES
SPECIAL DISHES-STEAKS-REGULAR MEALS
Plenty of Parking Space
Curb Service-Bootlz S6"l"'ZliC16-C01'l'1lf6I' Service
elley's Coffee Shoppe
Under Management and Supervision of NICK ANGELAKOS
On U. S. Route 15
CONGRATULATIONS To TIIIC CLASS OE '42
5gz? TO 81.00 STORE
HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHGOL SUPPLIES
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
'ro THE CLASS OF 1942
IfVe Appreciate Your Pafronage
J. C. PENNEY CO.
THE NATIONAL BANK
OF SOUTH CAROLINA
DIRECTORS AND EMPLOYEES
CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD WISHES
C. G. ROWLAND
VICE-PRESIDENT AND CASHIER
H. L. MCCOY H. H. STRONG
P. M. TILLER
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COLUMBIA .:. SOUTH CAROLINA
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THE CLASS OF '42
Avery LJLIITIIJCI' CO.. , .
B fr 1'l Service Stations.
Bell:-Stroman Co. ...... .
Berell's Dress S11op ........
Bootll-Boyle l..ive Stoclc Co.. . .
Browns Curio Service ......
Buiclc, Sales and Service.
Burns, VV. B., G Sons..
Cantey-Plowden Co. ............. .
Capitol Department Store ...........
Carolina Coca-Coia Bottling Co.. . ..
Carolina Hardware Co. .......... .
Carolina Power Er Light Co.. . .
Claremont Hotel ..............
C1aussen's Balceries .............
Cunningham, il. VV., Architect .... .
DeLorme's Pharmacy ..........
DuBose's. P. S., Esso Station...
Duc1cer fir Bultman, 1nc. .... .
Dunlop Tire E' Rulalaer Co.. . .
Efirds Department Store. . .
Farmers' Exchange ......
Fisl1e1 s ..................
Folsom, nl. B., Jewelry Store. . .
Franles Truck Terminal ......
Gable Er Reid, lnsurance. ..
Gallagher 5' Foxwortli .....
Galloway Er lV1ose1ey .........
General Finance Company .....
Hatfield, A. J., Sliop ..... .
1'learon's Pharmacy ......
1'1i11 P1um1Jing Co. ..... .
1'1il1-Scott Eiectric Co. .... .
Holland Oltico Supply Co.. ..
Home Furniture Co. ...... .
Hurst, Geo. H., 8' Sons...
1mperial Hotel ..........
lndustrial Equipment Co.. . .
Jimls VX7a111e S11op .....
Kelley's Coffee Slloppe. ..
101 Kelley's Coffee Shoppe ..... .... 1 08
Kirby, Earle 1... .......... .... 1 05
- - - 34 Kirldand Cleaners ....... . . . 98
- - ' 35 Kress Stores .............. . . . 98
- - - 100 Kristianson, Dr. Hanna R. .... . . . 87
. . . 96
. . . 105 Lawson's Pharmacy ..... . . . 99
. . . 85 Lucas, H. D., Garage .... . . . 81
. . . 106
lV1cClam, J. S., Grocery .... .... 1 00
. . . 81 lVlcl..ellan's Store Co. .... . . . . 108
. . . 106 I
' H 107 1Vlitcl1ell's .............. ... 1011
" ' 95 National Banlc of S. C. .... . . .. 109
' ' ' 110 Ness ...................... . . . 95
' ' ' 132 Nu-ldea Sclaool Supply Co. .... . . . . 104
' ' ' 93 Osteen PulJ1is11ing Co.. . . . . 87
--- 88 Penney, J. c., cn. ..... .... 108
100 Piedmont Auto Parts .... .... 1 01
' - - 93 Pig lnn .............. . . 99
. . . 101
1z0C1g'6I'S CICHUCFS ........... .... 1
--- 99 Rowiand Warehouse Cn. .... .... 101
RuVollo, The ............. .. 83
. . . 95
' ' ' Schwartz ........ .... 1 04
' ' ' 99 Shaw Lumber Co. ......... . . . 89
"' Smart Shop ................ .... 1 01
83 S. C. Continental Tel. Co.. .. .. 93
' ' ' 106 S. C. National Banlc ....... . . 94
' ' ' 99 Stu1JlJs Brothers, lnc. ..... . . 93
' n I 95 Sumter Dry Goods Co.. . . . . 83
H' Sumter 1ce 8' Fuel Co.. .. .. 99
' Q . 83 Sumter lV1acl'1inery Co. ......... . . 95
H . 89 Sumter Printing Co. ............... .... 100
. . . 87 Sumter Venetian Blind Mfg. Co. .... . . 95
G U . 87 Super ldeal lV1a'rlfet .............. . . 99
' l t Q6 Sydnorys Grocery .............. . . 89
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' ' . Sl Thomas fr Howard Co.. . . . . 88
g U I 85 Union Brolcerage Co. .... . . 8?
' ' ' 97 Westbury Lumloer Co.. . . . . 86
A h I 89 White Sr Kennedy, 1nc.. . . . . . 95
Williams Furniture Co. .... .. 96
. . . 92 Williams' Studios ....... .... 1 05
Assistant Superintendent of Schools. ..
Athletic Association tGirls'l .....
Band .............. . .
Board of Education .............
Business Committee for HI-WAYS..
Cartoons ........... ..........
Dean ol Girls .....
Divisions ol HI-VVAYS .
End Picture ........
Glee Club tSeniorsl ......
High News ................
History of the Class of '42 ...........
HI-WAYS Eclitor ancl Business Nlanager..
Ht-VVAYS Typists ....................
Military . . . .. . .
Ollicers, Senior Class .....,...........
Officers, Senior Class Homerooms ......
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Presiclents Student Body ancl Senior Class. ..
Principal of Edmunds High School .......
School Life .... .............
Seniors -... . .
Statistics ........ . . ......... . .
Student Council .....................
Superintendent of Sumter City Schools. . .
TCFUI PHIJCTS ......... ...... . ....
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