Elizabethton High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Elizabethton, TN)

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I-uxufrr i w 1 Ae MOUNTAINEEIQ Published by the Students Of the S E N I O R C L A S S ELIZABETHTON HIGH SCHOOL Ehzcxbethton Tennessee VOLUME TWO I Q 3 7 DOROTHY EDWARDS G I HOLLY Ed1fOI Advertlsmg Mcxncxqer Foreword KNOWING HOW THE PAST SLIPS BEHIND US WE THE MEMBERS OF THE MOUNTAINEER STAFF ENDEAVOR TO BRING TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF ELIZABETH TION OF THE CONCLUSIVE YEAR OF OUR HIGH SCHOOL LIFE MAY THIS LITTLE VOLUME RE CALL THE MANY HAPPY DAYS OF OUR SENIOR YEAR TON HIGH SCHOOL A REFLEC- Contents Book II ACTIVITIES Book III ATHLETICS Book IV ADS AND IOKBS Book I CLASSES G I cmd ever present 1nterest ln our We the Senlor Class of 37 dedicate this volume of THE MOUNTAINEER to MR IOHN CLARENCE COPELAND 0' D d V , In recognition of his generosity, , - ' - ff, 44.44 HE MOUNTAINEER -3 CLYDE STREET OLIVE ALLEN E N1LEs BROWN W H BOWMAN RUTH SNELL T I BOSWELL EDITH RANGE I C COPELAND MARY DUNN FACULTY I R RITCHIE HISIOIY Enqhsh Athlcltxc Coach Geometry Algebra Maih Math Home Econormcs Commerce Enghsh PIIUCIIJCII CAPTAIN C G FOLLAN PAULINE RITCHIE GLEN STALLARD GERTRUDE DEAKINS CHARLES MORGAN I-IILDRED VVAGNER KATHRYN RAMBO IOHN M THOMAS I I STAFFORD 'IP BEE P M S and T Enghsh Sc1ence Home Econormcs HISIOTY Languages L1brar1an Enqhsh O T C Instructor Muslc UQ I I3 3 X 3 J ' 3, X C fi 0: V I V .. , W , LLLL . , L MARY PRICE ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Science - - ---W fffff...- . 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CLYDE STREET Senror Class Sponsor Hrstory Department FRED PRESNELI. odern Thespnans 36 37 R C T C 35 37 Y 35 37 Basketball 34 37 Pre-stdent SGHIOY Class 37 OSCAR WILSON 1 35 37 E Club 36 37 Football Basketball 34 37 Captaln R O T C BEATRICE WILLIAMS Modern Thesp1ans 35 37 Pep Squad 33 Sapphonxan Debatlnq Clul 6 37 Gxrl serves 36 37 Secretaues Club 37 MARGARET EDENS ep Squad 34 37 Basketball 34 Glee Club 37 Home EC Club 34 Sponsor Club 35 37 G I HOLLY otball 34 37 H Y 34 37 R O 3 L1ncolnDouqlas Debaunq Club 34 35 Modern 'lhespxans 36 37 ROY LAWS Football 34 36 Baseball 34 36 E u 36 37 Secretanes Club 37 MOUNTAINE1-:R PAULINE PINSON Modern lhespxans 35 37 Home EC Club 34 35 Sapphoman Debatmq Club 36 37 Gul Reserves 36 37 oecretarzes Club 37 VIOLET MAY Sapphoman Debatmq 35 37 Girl Reserves 36 37 Modern The-Spaans 36 37 Flasher Staff 36 37 Se-ere-tartes Club 37 RUBY SMITH Sapphontan Debatmq Club 34 37 Curl Reserves 35 37 Flasher Stall 36 37 Secretarxes Club 7 Home EC Club 33 4 aqeE q . 1 M ' , ' -' 5 ,... , I -' 1 Hi' , ' -' 7 - , ' -' 7 ' H'-Y, ' ' : " " , ' -' : , '34-'37: - , ' Y' : ' ..., , '37. 4 ' , ' -' 7 , ' -'377 A ' , ' ,, '3 1 5 ' Re- P, , ' 7 : , - , ' 7 . 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If 5, f,V'- 'fe P ih' ,rl I-.1 'A,1 F qw.. - - , Sf X , , L f' I 7 Q X 'T f ' tv 4 ' THE MOUNTAI HHM'M " ' DOROTHY EDWARDS Sapphoman Debalmq Club 34 37 Home E Club 34 37 Modern Thesprans 36 37 Eclltor of MOUNTAINEER 37 Secrelarres Club 37 EDWARD ALEXANDER Football 32 36 E Club 33 37 IAMES CLEAR Football 34 37 Basketball 34 E Club 37 Secretarres Club 37 HAZEL CLEAR Pep Squad 34 37 Home EC Club 36 37 Sponsor Club 35 37 Secretarles Club 37 MARGARET HERRING Sapphoman Debalmg Club 34 37 Gul Reserves 38 37 MOUNTAINEER Staff 37 Pep Squad 33 35 Secretarxes Club 37 WRIGHT SWANEY Modem Thesplans 36 37 Flasher Staff 35 batmq Club 35 37 Officers Club 35 37 GLEN WILLIAMS Baseball 36 37 Basketball 35 37 E Club C 3 HELEN LEDFORD Pep Squad 34 37 Flasher Staff 36 37 S retarres Club 37 Glee Club 36 37 Home Ec Club 34 37 DOROTHY HODGE Sapphoman Debatmq Club 35 37 Home E Club 35 37 Curl Reserves 36 37 Modern Thesplans 36 37 RUTH BOWERS Modern Thesplans 36 37 Sapphoman Debatm Club 35 37 Grrl Reserves 36 37 Home EC Club 35 37 Lovllvif, 6 n ff' """'1" J CLA.: ,aw6i.7ym- fhhu jal ,f4j32t'ZiLN' Coshed! 4,+CL-7awM 7v'4 Q14 ' ' , ' -' : C , ' -' : - . ' : " " , '36- '37g Fl. O. T. Cl., '35-'37g Lincoln-Douglas De- an R.o.r'.,'aGi ' l ' ' . ' -' 7 H H , ' -' : GC- ' I , l 'V C I I L I-A 7, I 1 r' I q .-. l Je P a q N 1 e ,4 'Q-+. .. Jlllif THE MOUNTAINEER ft WH Q ,wt i- , ' -' . T. C., ' 6137. ' ' ' ' , I -fx : rf 1 ' A' : .'4f': - 1 '-Y, 3-' g ' - ' . 35-' 5 " " , ' -' . . Yv- Aristotle Literary Society, '33-'35g Pep Squad, . F. , -. l , , . ' , ' f", ' ' l' , ' 'n l' Vlf ,I ,NV D' 1' up, . ,E', , , , ' 1 V ' ' 1' 1 , f f, . ix H 1 ly JI Q A . I L II 'lb ' '37 """l!,', I' va' ff . ' P If If ,I I t , rf 5 f ,IVV J pr, '-W Lf f' A .' ' 1" x' f 1' If Q , , - ' . , y VIL' ri! 3 ra ' .I IA' 'lui lx K 'L 4 ul, f 'lr 'lf ,' .1 ik, 'X I f 1 3 l HAZEL SNYDER Secretarres Club, '37 CEBERT BLEVINS H Y 34 37 PETER HAMPTON Lmcoln Douqlas Debatnnq Club 36 37 R O 3 KATHLEEN EDENS Club 35 37 Cul Reserves llorne EC Club 35 37 Sponsor Sapphonxan Debatmq Club 37 37 Pep Squad 34 37 KATHRYN CHAMBERS E Club 34 37 Basketball 34 37 Sappho man Debatmq Club 37 Modern Thesprans 36 37 Secretarles Club 37 HOMER LAWS 3 37 Basketball 34 36 E Club Mode1nThesp1ans 36 37 HxY 36 37 Football 34 37 EDWARD WETZEI. 36 Lmcoln Douglas Debatmq Club Flasher Staff 35 37 FRANCES CLARK ome Ec Club 34 37 Sponsor Club 35 37 SARA SHOCK Gul Reserves Presrclent 36 37 Pep Squad 34 36 Sponsor Club 36 Home EC Club Pres1dent 36 37 KATHERINE NEWSOME 35 37 Sponsor Club 35 37 Lf ,Paffqe Ten THE MOUNTAINEEPL EDWARD RAMSEY O T C 3 RUTH LIVINGSTON Home Ec Club 36 37 Arlslolle Lxterary So cxely 34 35 L...-. on ANDERSON' sr-:tiny ngrr R O T C 35 37 Football 35 37 I-l1Y 35 36 Lmcoln Douglas Debaimq Club 35 36 Club 35 37 TERRY NIDIFFER H1 Y 34 37 Modern Thesplans 36 37 Baskel ba 35 37 Flasher Staff 37 E lub 35 37 MRRCILLE CARRIGER Flasher Staff 36 37 Home Ec Club 34 37 Sponsor Club 35 37 HELEN Lou mnvfs Sapphoman Debatlnq Club 36 37 H015 c Club as 37 secremnes cmb 37 frfey sqpudl 35 36 Sponsor Club 35 37 P D BRADSHAW f' 1' 33' Football 34 37 Baskelball 34 37 Baseball 34 E lub 37 ecretarxes Club 37 Y' 1' ff lf nr:n'nr: ww: . fb HOPE GUY Page Eleven 9 1 I R .... , ' 5-'37. 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I AX XX N , Q W X I I : XX' V THE M UNTAI R THELMA LIVINGSTON Home Ec Club 35 36 Arxstotle Lxterary Soclety 33 34 Sponsor Club 35 36 Pep Squad 34 36 LEONARD CAMPBELL VINCENT IONES O T E Club 35 37 Boxmq 35 37 I-IILDRED CLEMONS Home Ec Club 34 35 Secretarles Club 37 Pep Squad 34 36 Sponsor Club 35 37 MARGARET BOWERS Home Ec Club 33 34 Pep Squad 35 37 Sec retanes Club 37 Arlstolle Llterary Soclely 33 34 WALTER MOCK 34 37 Football 34 37 Lmcoln Douglas De bahnq Club 34 EARL BAKER Modern Thesplans 36 37 R O T C 35 37 VIRGINIA HARDIN Home EC Club 35 E Club 3 7 Pep Squad 36 37 Baskelball 34 36 NELL BANKS Basketball 35 37 Pep Squad 34 36 Club 37 MARGARET MARSH Home Ec Club 35 37 Secretanes Club 37 Pep Squad 35 37 Sponsor Club 37 941'-A-frf"-X Page Thirieen Q MLCK K' R. . .C., '35-'37p " " , ' -' p ' , R. O. T. C., '35-'36p Hi-Y, '34-'36g "E" Club, I , Z ,. .1 ' . 5-,3 7 V I , 7, i l , v, I MEN X . sul? QB XTHE MOUNTAINEER , .-liiw., EDWARD ELLIS Football 33 37 Basketball 3237 Baseball 7 R 3 3 E Club 3 EMMA IEAN RITCHIE Sapphomarl Debatmq Club 36 37 Grrl Squad 34 35 Secretarres Club 37 RAY BOWERS FRANCES BRADLEY MARGARET IANE WILCOX Sponsor Club 35 37 Pep Squad 34 37 Tenms ,L Q Club 35 37 ROBERT BANKS Lmcolrl Douglas Debatmq Club 35 37 R O T C 35 37 MOJNTAINEER Staff 37 , ALEX SNAVELY oxmq 35 37 E Club 3 MARY VIOLET SUTTON Home EC Club 35 Secretarxes Club 37 Pep Squad 36 Basketball 34 35 Anstotle L1t crary Socrety 34 n W' 'L' I MARY ESTHER LEWIS Anstotle Lrterary Socrety 33 34 Pep Squad 34 36 Home Ec Club 35 36 Sponsor Club 35 36 THORMAL MCQUEEN 4.46 ,il ' - Page Fourteen 'V 9,142.41 '97 4 G, X n, N 3' ,. : ' J P 2 1 3 K' ' S- 5 NP 4 lvl , 'Y S '4 V J E 3, 1 'L f 3 5 ' Q' X N. . 'I x N U J N - - - T V' ,X N l -. .Mxg X 'lx 'Q' Nj X J- . , 'i-fl - , Q, N9 '33f'3 , .o. T. C., ' 5-' 6, " " , ' 4337. as it T X ' ' , I -' 5 ' R9- 3 'K serves, '35-'37g Home EC Club, '34-'35g Pep -. L . , l . . N A , - , , . vu X i W l X 1 Y ll A5 ga 5 is sq 5 . Q, I . fl ,XA-, , -, I , -, U . v x , I ' .' l x . C Il , - R :fl A , , -, Q 1 lg ' B','-',"" 96-'37, I f THE MOUNTAINEER AILEEN ELLIS u and 34 coY HIPPS OFFICERS FRED PRESNELL Presrdent ROY LAWS VICG Presldent VIOLET MAY Secretary TERRY NIDIFFER Treasurer DOROTHY EDWARDS Reporter OSCAR WILSON Sergeant at Arrns Class Motto What you are tOrnOrrOW W1ll be the result Of yOur plans today Puq Fxfteen Class Colors Of Maroon and Gold gf? signs? give fiqgf-5 as Tile Oz' QE Pep Sq ad, '34-'35g B , 'f 3375 Home llr: Club, '34-'37, ,X Ki N if so ' T 1 Q2 P . THE MOUNTAINEER SENIORS RETROSPECTION We entered here as Freshmen gay And thought we knew rt all But very soon to our dlsmay We had a great downfall But srnce from Freshmen we have grown And learned to do our best Many are the thoughtful seeds we ve sown And farth we ve passed the test Wrth knowledge gamed from teachers dear We face the world w1thout a fear And for the past we do not pme So wrth you now we leave our heart And to you smg our song Although rn sadness we must part We ll strll be marchlng on Marc111e Carrmqer - I I I I I I I I ' Through the onward march of time, I I : I Page Si t THE MOUNTAINEER WILL We the Sen1ors of 37 betng ot sound mmd and d1spos1ng Splfll do hereby orda1n and publlsh thls our Last Wlll and Testa ment Ora Anderson s deportment to Manon Hutton Margaret Bowers love for ETWIH to Mary Evelyn Folsom Ruth Bowers art1st1c ab1l1ty to Charles Iett BSSSIS Mae Bowers studlous a1rs to Ehzabeth Franklln Nelle Bank s personallty to Betty Urnbach Hxldred Clemons typ1ng ab1l1ty to Lewts Iohnson Hazel Campbells glggles to Bertha Lou May Katherme Chambers seat 1n M1ss Allen s Engllsh Class to the one who gets xt hrst Frances Clark s pleasant d1spos1t1on to the Iunlor Class Marc1lle Carrlger s sm1le to Helen V1rg1n1a Davls Hazel Clears neat appearance to Nannle Phylhs Harrlll Mary Cooke s Candy counter to Lyndell Elllott Ruth Clark s srlence to Lucllle Davrs Florence Dan1els W1ll1ngness to help to Kathryn Brum1t A11een Elhs trumpet to Ida Cathertne W1ll1ams Margaret Edens d1mples to George Gourley Dorothy Edwards popular1ty to Ehzabeth Ell1s Hope Guys reflnement to Bosalle May Dorothy Hodge s d1gn1t1ed a1rs to Mary Moore V1rg1n1a Hard1n s freckles to Iettee Carter Helen Lou Iarvls and P D Bradshaw s correspondence to Mary Hyder and Burton Shook Helen Ledfords love for twlns to Mary Range Mary Esther Lewrs and Thelma Lrvrngston s rnseparablhty to Mam1e Cannon and Helen Ruth Davxs Ruth L1v1ngston s dOII'19Sl1C ab1l1ty to the future housewrves Margaret Marsh s pep to Blanche Marsh V1olet May s V9l'SCIl1l1lY to Floyd Allen Bert1e Nave s schoolgtrl complex1on to V1rg1n1a Bowers Katherme Newsome s taste tor nrce clothes to Betty Oatrnan Paulme Plnsons po1se to Sara Mae Hale Tld Rasar s love to Elba Bowen Emma lean R1tch1e s gum to Helen Colv1n Hazel Snyders amb1t1on to teach to Shnley Faulkner Page Sev enteen , . I I - , . Kathleen Edens' "brain trust" to "China" Hardin. , . , . ,.., . . n n I u I I I . . . ,,,.... A.-4.-, V- I I I ' n Tl-IE MOUNTAINEER W I L L lCont1nuedl Sara Shook s cheerfulness to Wlnllred Wllson Mary V1olet Sutton s secretar1al abrhty to Porter Barnett Buby Srnlth s wrt to Margaret Crowe Olrve Wlse s haxr to Madehne Goddard Bearrxce W1ll1GlllS Clalnty hands to Evelyn Elhs Ed Alexander s rnnocent stare to Bud Hale Alphas Anderson s deep VOICG to lack Long Cebert Blevlns slncerlty to Vrrgmra Parsons Bob Banks cleverness to Mac Moms Earl Baker s smallness oi stature to James AUSl1H Bay Bowers stt stt sttut stuttermg to Iohn Crockett lames Clear s love for argurng to Bussell Cole Leonard Campbell s FHGIIIOTIZITIQ Clblllly to the Semor Class of '38 Ed Ellrs length from head to toe to Colyon Parker Coy H1pps love of Old Betsy to Luke Hale Warren Hyders red harr to Myrsome Buckles Peter Hampton s bud of love 1n bloom to lack Nance G I Holly s llOCIl1I1g power to Zeb Presnell Robert Huskms love for Valley Forge to George Washmgton Thomas lamrson s poetrcal recrtatrons to Everett Hayes Shelby letts collfeur to Ioe Hrllenbrand Vrncent lones muscles to Balley Wxlllams Homer Laws DOS1llOI1 as presrdent of the Modern Thespxans to Iohn Crockett Boy Laws grit of gab to Robert Barnes Walter Mock s good looks to Charles Goddard Thormal McQueen s love tor Englrsh to Mary Newberry Terry N1d1tfer s sportsmanshlp to L1ll1e Chambers Mac Plerce s trtle Lazybones to Iohn Laws Fred Presnells pres1dent1al candor to Earl Shultz Alex Snavely s E to Harry Cole Ed Ramsey s mrhtary alrs to the B O T C of 38 Ioe Romrngers shy courage to Ioe Gwen Wnght Swaney s wrse crack1ng to N T Wrllxarns l-lamad Smrle s formula for wave settmg to lack Ell1s Ed Wetzel s edrtorshrp ot the Flasher to Marletta Cole Oscar Wllson s commandmg power to Ernest Shultz Glen Wrlhams frequent change of complexlon to Margaret Shell Page Eighteen I 1 .1 . 1 1 . .1 .1 . 1 .1 . . . 1. 1 1 . 1. 1 1 . 1. 1 . .. 1 . 1 . 1 . ' 1 . 1 .1 .. . 1 1. .1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 . . 1 . . . 1 1 . 1 1 . 11 1 .. . 1 1 . 1 1 . .. 1 . .1 . 1 . 11 11 1 . . 11111 1 .1 . 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1. .1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 . 11 1 1 1 THE MOUNTAINEER PRETTIEST GIRL POPULAR GIRL 4 CRAZIEST I.A'LI EST MOST TALENTED WITTIEST MOST POPUIAR BOY SUPERIATIVE BOY MOST HANDSOIVIE BOY SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Page Nineteen - I I - I - . gg, Q I I az. ' , I I A, 10' .W gf x " - I I f 1 QL THE MOUNFAINEEB -I Q 23332 IUNIOR CLASS OFF CERS "O"U GJCD Chile IJ-I EDENS RD L1-1 QI y Treasur I' 9CI'9 CI CQ I'-lil C9 IGH D9 CIGX OH CLASS MOTTO o earn y pers CLASS COLORS ue Cm ver OI' 'U Q Lo CD v-z S KD :S -4 n-Q Page Twenty one SOPHOMORE CLASS 44-L!-'4' " THE MOUNFAINEQE 3 A G-c..J Q.fLL 4,4-ox., Go-!,uw...J 94.4-J. 94.:6l1..,-. OFF CERS was 13155 P eP T SCG GOLDBAN IOHNSON V1 1 1 CALF BRUCE STALLARD ASS MOTTO CI WQY OI' IT1CI CLASS COLORS U N A . -, V13 54 , .H 1,14 1' A v-,gr 1 J I K ii, Mar 1.-'L-N A - TAJL Erma - 1+ , I I I - Q ' S A .OO ,,OOOOO S SOOO resi nt X5 HGNAS O O O OOOO 4 ,,,,, ,, A Vic-resi nt O OOOOOO ,,OO OOOOO OO-...-O,S S S r tary- reuiqer S CL iw I I "We'H find ke it." ' . B1 d Gold U4 ' - x.! I ClI'1 L16 THE MOUNTAINEER FRESHMAN CLASS El1zabethAeberle NelleAust1n Pansy Barley Fannte Bateman Mary Lourse Brrchfreld Bernrce Bowers Pearl Bowers Helen Bozeman Edna Bradley Iuanrta Brown Iosephme Brownmg Mane Burrow Frances Carrlger Iettee Carter Mary Burns Caudrll Eleanor Chlldress Vrrglnta Clark Iuanrta Clemons Ruth Coleman Chloe Colhns Ruth Colvm Lucy Lee Crumley Helen V1rg1n1a Davrs Magdel1neD1ck1nson Vrrgmra Elhs Elrzabeth Ellrs Nadlne Elhs Hazel Enoprer Iune Estep Mary Evelyn Farr Paullne Farr Iosephme Farr Mary Evelyn Folsom Evelyn Fulks Lucy Ann Franklm Marre Gersler Nelle Grbson lda Glover Madelyn God dard Florence Gourley Charlotte Goss Cl'1T1SlG1I'1 Guy Helen Gourley Charlotte Sue Hampton Vernella Hardm Nanme Phyllls Harrrll Alrce Hart Iuette Hathaway Marre Hardm Zula Heaton Georgra Holman Malloy Iacobs Martha Ienkrns Elrzabeth Keys Margaret Kmch Margaret Lrttle Beryl Lrttle Ellzabeth Longmrre Alma Grace Love Bertha Lou May Gretchen Meredtth Ruby Mrller Elrzabeth Moore Paulrne Murray Frances Nave Evelyn Nave Rosalre Northern Margaret Nave Ieweldean ODonnell V1rg1n1a Parsons Hattre Pterce Helen Range Mary Ruth Rey nolds Lola Maude Rlchards Helen Kate Rrtchre Mary Ruth Rob erts Wrlma ROb1I1SOIl Manon Hutton Woodrow Bare uther Boyd Crawford Bowl1ng George Brown Edward Bowers I C Bradley George Bush Clay Byers Hugo Iasper Cole Allen Cole Walter Cox Iames Davrs Thomas Edens Henry Ellrot Clay Elhot Sylvester Estep Iack Fmnell Harry Fondren Marvrn Fuller Ioe Glven Robert Gunter Nathanlel Har dm Frank Hart Charles Hart Earl Hart Edward Hayes Everette Hayes Howard Hayes lvan Hayes Haddon Heaton Iames Hens ley Iohn Hrllenbrand Charles Hurt R G Hutchmson Ollm Iacobs Hensel Iohnson Gerald Iarvrs Harry Iones Leroy Iack I B Iohnson Robert Kelly Floyd Krte Walter Lance Ralph Led ford T G Lrttle Iack Long Charles Maupm Lee Brrd Mettler Conley Morrrs Cec1l Mottern Roy Mullms Warren McQueen I C McQueen Iack Nance Harry Nave Carl 'Nlave Robert Nave Everett OOu1n Mrke Pansock Colyan Parker Charles Palme Ralph Parlrer Brll Potter Zeb Presnell Ernest Rasar Fred Roe Garrett Roberts Iack Rowan 'Taylor Shell Clyde Shatley Albert Srpe Nat Starr Pete Smrth Charles Sturgtll Irmmre Slagle Carl Warren Irmmre Umholtz Eugene Vlfebb Brll Whltson B111 W1l hams Paul Wrllrams Howell Woods Roy Nave OFFICERS NATHANIEL HARDIN Presrdent CHARLEs STURGILL Vrce Presrdent ELIZABETH ELLIS Secretary Treasurer CLASS MOTTO CLASS COLORS To thlne own self be true ' Blue and Whlte 1 . ' J , I , I . I l I I I I I I I I l I I l I I I ' I I l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l 1 I ' I I - I I I I I V I I I I I I I l I I ' I y l I I I ' I l I I I l 4 I I I l I V I I A I 'I ' ' l I l I I I - I I l I I . T . 1 1-1 1 , I Carrico, Darrel Carter, Edward Chambers, Paul Clark, Harry Cole, I I I I 1 I l I I I I l I I I I I ' I I ' - l Illl I I I I I - . I I I V I l I I I - . A 7 I I I - I ' ' ' I I I I l I . . , , ' L , I I I I I I I I , , ' , ' 1 , , . I l I I V I I I l I I I I I I I l I ' ' - . , . . I I i u I I Page Twenty two THE MOUNTAINEER 2.1 1Y SEEN AROUND E H S THE MOUNTAINEER .if IVLOUNTAINEER STAFF S Wx omlirrrzv EDWARDS E It Ge N5 Busmess Manaq sg! TDIFQER Assocrate Edrtor X X QRHBY S H X. Art Ed1tor l.ERE ASS1SfGHt Busmess Manager X 'MxR'GA HE NG L1terary Edrtor ggi 7?-QME PHL Sports Edxtor RY x. Semor Class Edrtor Ah KS va Ioke Ed1tor AX' N R Faculty Adv1ser SEB RA 3, J, Advegizsmq Manager Y 3,3 ir 7rsg1staFHxAdvert1smq Manager 5 zz -N its 1' S-KN" iv, 'K Page Twenty four 'L J' 'i K?-.D X AQ, e,0,.., O O TIVIT x s e sa 'N XFX s Q L A 'sm N X 7.1 X 1 195 FQ x X Q M s I 1 i . J A X,H B at f 1-H 'H m: U1 Z 0 c: 'z '-3 .Fi z U11 FJ ID I R CLUB SO N SPO C. T. O. R. s: U ID H, E 3 O O r: E 11: I Q. E if : Ei .9 if Lal E 02 Q U ,E E as 3 in H a O 2 'ci Z JI. u U Q E D Z' 5 oo 2. 5 ui : EE H 4: O Chambers, Betty Oatrnan, Shirley Faulkner, Eleanor Childress, Marquret Marsh, Beatrice Williams, ,flarcrlle Carriqer, Helen Davis, Goldean lohnson, Hazel Clear, Eileen Boqers, Mary Newberry, y Range, Helen Range, Mary Burns GI Boten, M DG Ni OOYG, Torn Clark, Mary M fY Pierce, Ma GHC Flor ens, Sara Ed Kathleen n Hutton, rio ons, Ma TS Pa qinia Vir rdin, Ha qinia Vir mit, IU B YH Kathr f dill fs LGU OJ p U H L5 U E -4 Q E 5 cr H Q Z H c U5 C rr TE r- :S C 2 Tr H O U H U 2 H O TN YU .Q .E U .5-1 5 5 Q H 2 o U 'E :s DS E D ,.,, fd In :Q- 'E 0 H o Q U1 or 3 o an E G ,LI P il KL 'U 7- I IP- H O 2 H 2 ?' o E-1 9 IE bw H :J 2 Q O U E '6 1: C 2 H GJ .M H U nr CD .2 HQ Ll-1 ui IP O v-4 .Q Lill Chambers, Kathryn SOFUO, Katherine New vis Margaret Frost, Helen Iar dford Le wards, Helen n Bowers, Clemons Margaret qher, Hildred Galla nnon, Edith Ca amie oady, M M Cnamlaers, Edna Range. Edens Edith qaret GI Marsh, M es Bateman, Gladys Bradley, Blanch Tl Aa OFFICERS l m .E o E Ca RASAR Tm Lieutenant AHGAHET EDENS M 'E .Q :1 Adi WARDS ED DOHOTHY Sponsor IA in z -1: cc rc E: Q m 2 2 THE MOUNTAINEER ESE Ve mpany Co "A"-R r Officers Training Corps THE MOUNTAINEER OFFICERS KATHRYN CHAMBERS Critic HOMER LAWS President DOROTHY HODGE Second Vice-Pres. RUTH BOWERS Artist OLIVE WISE First Vice-Pres. BEATRICE WILLIAMS Chaplain ff R WRIGHT SWANEY Secretary-Treasurer X - 'i VIOLET MAY ' CCfjX,,MARCILLE CARRIGER Q TERRY NIDIEEER ff-5, K,.,f,NIjLRGARET FROST OFFICERS G. I. HOLLY FRED PRESNELI. EARL BAKER OLIVE ALLEN Sponsor DOROTHY EDWARDS IlMMlE WI-IISNER MACK MORRIS ALRHAS ANDERSON PAULINE PINSON JACK ELLIS BETTY UMBACR IOHN CROCKETT Ax f I ff, I ' 5, f X, MODERN THESPIANS PLEDGE . 1 f O . v is Ve- Becatiseigf my interest in the development of literary culture and my belief L 'j-it this orqan"iS'q1gn, I'l-sareby pleclqe tor substitutel every task assigned me by the LL ticers and comm!!-tees, to be loyal tO my fellow club members, to pay my dues, d to hold up theieieals of the club. Also, to expect to get something of worth tot eclub. f 6641! fi f I Q! I X V -4.42 77" 4-1 f'J'fL"1'f'4'Lf' R 1 f Izigrweywveeahtt., Je Live, yfeffe Aweef we V few A . + 1 I 5 f Maia, ' 'lt ,f 1 LLKLAQ fi j- I 4'-4"Hf-I "V"'LJ 'fc ve LM 'P-T -"www f . f 1 L., 'j,,-,',' ,nav pieveet, W-flwvfj ffe-'Mi-nf'-f0""'f Q N V 19, A'Lb-6aL1,C1 '96V5VcVc,91Y5L:,f MS 1 Lfbggpb if-""'4' 7""rH MoUNTAiNEER "mi HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Sara Shook Marcille Carrrger Ruth Bowers Frances Clark Dorothy Hodge Mary Hyder Betty Umbach Kathleen Ldens Margaret Marsh Virginia Taylor Margaret Frost Mary Moore Helen Nave Trd Rasar Dorothy Edwards Aileen Ellis Mary Tom Clark Mary Range, Helen Ledford Mary Cooke, Florence Pierce Eloise Parker, Christine Little Helen Lou larvis Florence Pleas Virginia Stewart, Virginia Scalf, Hazel Clear, Lucille Davis, Doris Perry, Eugenia Perry, Martha Franklin, Eloise Carriger, Elizabeth Longmire, Helen Gourley, Rosalee May, Geneva Gouge, Goldean lohnson, Iimmie Whisner, Edna Moody, Elizabeth Franklin, Margie Whis- ner, Helen Hacker. CLUB ACTIVITIES Gave banquet for Boys' Hi-Y and Girl Reserves, bought Frigidaire for Home Ec Department, gave banquet for Horne Ec members and guests. MOTTO As our girlhood is now, so shall our wornanhood be. OFFICERS SARA SHOOK,,Y ,, , ,, ,H ,, ,,,,,, ,, ,W zzzzz WW, ,,-z-----,W,President ,Vice-President MARCILLE Crxnnroran ,,,,,,,,,, , , , ,,,,,,,, , -VW W ,, ,,,Y, WW H I ,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Treasurer FRANCES CLARK , DOROTHY HODGE , , ,, ,W ,, ,, ,, ., .,z,Secretary ,ee '.,.,,, 7 P- k . ,g ,,-,cu 1- -be 1 ff-5 Q -W fe ,f X 't dll, X6 I 4rv7xf.,5.fA.f f Q ,Eqgeifwenty - ij? f'f? f' K- V,-, Lf Y 'f -'1Lu4.,g C' dl Q0 VGC, X 5-L7 '11Qc,0',1, ,f X L., X-f-1 cept, Lf, Jef-eb 5 , 1 , . , V F ' cl- ., .1 is-' . - L . - f I f' I x fl X f ,,., , 1,49 X s V A I .. , , 1 fvuf I acc: will-' F7 r..,4,C,6',L' .,LfL1'f I -ACK' F C191 -'fff as .' 1 ff' J ' . ' ' - yu' -' 1 ' x -f'-fl-P""" - L CN. . ' -A ' ll' r X ' 7 ' ' x g bf' lv' L ' A' Y rr s Q . Luci- .. .4-o4Q"' T t If j Q . ' , x Q V -f 4 , PX a ..... ,,,,, t S, 5 if I M gr? r r fv -1141? ,Qfef 4 ueffff- f61.L..i1fcwvfv A-we: df-40 ,f , THEiMOUNTAINEER SAPPHONIAN DEBATING CLUB Left to Rxqht ETOISG Pause 1 me 1 IGTHS Kat' een ers e L 1 hrv s Trd Rasar Kathryn Br t t a xqher Marqrf Whrsne pina T a Moody Dons Perry Euqenra Per Aa qar Crowe Betty Urnhac' Vrrqrma Taylor Iuanelle Srmth Irmmre s cz 1 t May Margaret Ile rtna Paul ne Pxnson Sara Mae Hale Margaret r t Futh Bowers Daratlx Hoaqe Katnryn LIGHT ers ' : ' , ' Tr Ken fi! fwhll' , ' 111 1 EdA . , H Ten ill . i , ' 'Hill ltQi!i1 G 11 , R R ' " .r .st XT si . ' , ' . ru Im. r at , ' tr, ' ' , ' , ' ' 't'.'h.'r11, Vlfle , R er' , i ' , , 1 T Tris , 3 , , f .1' f , I Tr Ez, , Dorothy Edwards, Ruby Srnrii, Mr. Sffllllfd, Mary Moore, Marretta Cole, Olrve Wlse. 'X - ., T .' ,.,- ' ' 'Qff,' H A , . L, ' .,1., .Nam .sa , r e , A' a o . - .e -EUCEIRSI ,rf My ' T. ' . gzf r .1 ' 1 .J ' ' ' . he 1: .u ' . . 2. t ,. -E. .. 2 ' 'za we '. T ,r ' ' , . T S T V' ' ' .t Wrsr: , A ' ' t . , ,,Vi3,- ' .J VL' - ' . Y , . , WH , . . , D N . vw A F - The Sapphonxan .Je a' a L e a Zed rn -1 ras n owed n ther suc cessful year under th 1 rv cf r Glen Stahart The .1 pose of "ns CuT rs to traln young Iadres to etter P bhc speakers It has presented me L rfrpel program and gartxcrr ted rr the nte scholastrc Tournament FALL TERM OLIVE Wrsr: RUBY SMITH VIOLET MAY DOROTHY EDWARDS MARGARET HERRING P OFFICERS Pr esrder Presxdent Secretarv Crrtru Chaplam PRINQ1 TERM OLIVE W DOROTHY Hover: TIMMIE Numan RUBY SMITH KATHLEEN EDENS .JOROTHY EDWAHDs Pr eswen' L6 Presrdent Secretary Cntlc Treasurer Chaplam L'ICI Thll' LINCOLN DOUGLAS DEBATING CLUB Left to Right Abe Hart Fussell pole Ben Franklin Zeb Presnell Robert Lee Davis Frank Iohnson Lee Wilson, Wright Swaney Burton Shook Iimmie Umholtz Mr. Stallard N, T. Williams, Cot Fresnell Fay Bowers, Ioe Hillenbrand Bob Banks. The Lincoln-Douglas Dehating Llub, organized six years ago under the guid- ance of Prof. Ritchie has had another successful year. It has taken part in chapel programs and was represented in the interscholastic Tournament by N, T. Williams and Frank Iohnson deha ing the affirmative side of the question that All Electric Utilities Should Be Governmentally Owned and Operatodf OFFICERS FALL TERM SPRING TERM Boa BANrcs FRANK IOHNSON WRIGHT SWANEY FRED PRESNELL. ,, , LEE W1LsoN , EARL BAKERLL. ,,,, , Page Thirty - one President First Vice-President Second Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer W-, ,,,Chaplain ,Sergeantrat-Arms Bos BANKS FRANK TOHNSON WRrGRr SWANEY N. T. WrLr.1AMs ROBERT L. DAVISLL , LEE NVILSON, A President , First Vice-President , Second Vice-President , Secretary-Treasurer -Sergeant-at-Arms - , ,,,.,,,.,, Reporter THE MOUNTAINEER THE MOUNTAINEEB GIRL RESERVES Left to Right 11111: 1 VITIIQOT E'iIlf1 Hoc 1 iy 1vCx1y 11xd 1 CI Mae 1c1e 111511 1a '1ov1o1 L11 1f1t11 FfGI11C1l11 Nczmcr wo Pou1111f P11191 11 H1111 Bowors Bcct11QQ 'W111c1111s U91 vu Gouq Mc qoret Post Betty UIIIUL1' Sora Shook org 1191 11o1r111q Po' EQ ous 111 w 111 M155 A11411 vVv1C141 Moy Mono C010 Dorothy Hodge 1119 GII1 Rosfrve-5 1c1s CO11111E11E"C1 11S 1111Tl1 your ot s,11Qgcssf111 x ork 1'1CIVll'1q Q I1 orq1111o1 1, 1 I5 Qovo 1 11111150 fi t11f C1111 RCSYIVFS IS to croue II1CI1I1101I1 c 41 extc111 t11ouq11out t11c 511011 Q11 Qo11111111111ty C1 111q1 stu11durd of L1 115114111 t,11o1oC1o1 CARA S11oo14 MA11oA1115T QROVJE DoPoTHY Honor: 1N1AFY HYDEH1 RLBY SMITH E NA Mm: Moooy O1.1v1: ALLEN O1 V 914115 PrQs1c1cr1t V1ce Presxdent Secretory Treasurer Choplmn Reporter Sponsor P or q e Th1rty two 'nf ft-1:12 ".'1u2.:. '.'e.'-V, . .,..,:,.. 1:-1: 11-1- 1-112 ' : c -1155, ' , 1 ,'J1.tv1CQ1, 1 ' if 11,5 111 111, .1 411' ' , wvL1CI.,., ', 1 4 ot Cro , Q e .,: ,11 , , '1' Q, I 5 I , 1, , 1.1 Q . ' , Q .111CQIl 1, ,R S11 1.1, ' 1 1 , '15 V. , A HG ', ' 1 ' 1 iv , ' ' ' ' AJ , ' 10 1'1zf11"'x11.t 11. T111 ' 5 E' " ,t, ',111o11.1 ?'Cj'lV' ' '1' L.. V Y 5 ' ,V THE MOUNTATNEER ii ui Page BOYS HIY Lett to Rlqht Robert Lee Davrs Lee Wrlson Prof Rrtchre Homer Laws Oscar Wllson Ioe Hrllenbrand Frank Iohnson Elba Bowen Iohn Crockett Fred Presnell G I Holly Terry N1d1ffer Cebert Blevms HI Y PURPOSE To create marntam and extend throughout the school and communrty hrqher standards of Chrlstxan character HI Y SLOGAN Clean speech clean spcrts clean scholarship Llcan hvrnq contaqrous Chrls tran character G I HOLLY TERRY NIDIFFER FRED PRESNELL I R RITCHIE Thlrty three OFFICERS Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Chaplam Sponsor Mw4wJmH4,Lg 0-Wea!-. WWSM QWw w 21:32 A' E 4 ,tml I l I ' I 1 1 I I . . , I I , I . 1 1 X 4 ' N ' ' . ' ' . Osczxn WILSON ,,.,. ,, .LLL ,,.,, , Ln, L... L ,,,.,, W L,,L,,,,LL, ,Vice-President . I . . WEA.. THE MOUNTAINEER ,--9 7:-Coy-cdr.,-vyL,vWd,A34fw-4 12-M- fffrff A.,f6-:1MJ-fm w o J?-AQ,, M7 WJ "' AAAJMA 3-6 0-W ' THE FSASHEEITR STAF dQ-'AN Jpsulf --A..,5' L-All ki LLL Embv-1 A 'F' The Flosfffer' pubnkheefw 1-Bkzubgnmwx. Lv' l ,Sin Qicftorrgie re-QHEEE' coliygf SHSIVG pr Bfcxron "V fun cmo fcrct comcrdent wrth the gqh Sc ool crc 1v1t1es EDWARD WETZEL VIOLET MAY RUBY SMITH WR1GRT SWANEY OLIVE WIQE FRED PRESNELL HELEN LEDEORD MARCILLE CARRIGER TERRY NIDIFFER IWARY NEWBLRRY MACK MoRR1s OLIVE ALLEN ,MM 1,04 l-1!4. 1 Edxtor Colummst Colummst Assrstcnt Edxtor Reporter Colummst Typrst Humorxst Columnist Humorist Sports Edxtor Sponsor P cz q e Thirty -four P a q e Thirty five THE MOUNTAINEER GLEE CLUB Nelle Austin Edwin Bowman Mamie Cannon Eloise Carriqer Marcille Carriqer Peqqy Caudill Eleanor Childress Harry Cole Bob Crouch Helen Davis Lucille Davis Ed Edens Kathleen Edens Llizabeth Ellis Pauline Fair Elizabeth Franklin Martha Franklin Edith Gallagher Katherine Givens Helen Gourley Charlotte Hampton Everett Hayes Zula Heaton Martha Jennings Mary Hyder Goldean lohnson Frank Iohnson Elizabeth Lonqmire Charlie Maupin Walter Maupin Darriel Merritt Edna Moody Mary Moore Pauline Murray Mary Newberry Iewel dean ODonnell Eloise Parker Virginia Parsons Doris Perry Eugenia Pe ry Florine Pierce Hattie Pierce Martha Ramsey Helen Range Mary Range Lola Shook Ruby Smith Virqinia Stuart Marietta Taylor Margery Tierney Betty Um bach Iimmy Umholtz Betty Wilbourne Mariorie Whisner Helen Williams Ida Williams Louise Williams N T Wiliams Lee Wilson Lulua Wilson Helen Ledford Mary Birchfield Iosephine Browning Mary Sislc Marie Slaqle Marietta Cole Nettie Cardwell Mrs Deakins Mrs Woodruff ,ax-A-Q. bid! 49, L!-'L f-'97-' "'f"""' L' I 'L f7" ,....J fj,g Richards, Helen Ritchie, Eileen Roqers, Virginia Scalf, Shirley Schramlin, Burton J 'Q 4 I . . 1 ' .. W- , r Of ' C' , f f r f S. ' ' THE MOUNTAINEER vans . 1 1 1 - SECRETARIES CLUB Lei! to R1qht mms Hr PH Lou Ia VIS 13 C111 1115 PU111111 191115011 HQ en Ledfcr Q ,119 r111:11ed V112-moms Ncry V1o1G1 ElX1f III B b 111 11CI9 Bowrrb Ray Bowers D 'qu et 1V1CIIS1l Homer Laws :. cfcmg second your tyznmg and 1S 11 CI 1 11s N111 11 .Jusness 11CIS 1. 111111 1115 W 1011 Vv'l11 '19 , 111 1112 5 CTT S V1o1.1: Presuiem G I Q LEN1. 1 A1 VICQ Presxient 11 L P-tary 11416151191 P 1 e 11ITY szx 1 I ' : 211'-1 Q1 f'-v 11, ' 113116 Fi' 1fg:.i1 j-Ik.1f,i.' Ecu- ' , I ' , 'fl 1 1:2 11135, '11 1111 1'.' 1 , 12,111 'A,' .i1IT..f Plfztlfff-'i E111 , ' ' H ' -1 11 1.11. Cpfg f-11111 1, 1.fI11' 131.-13'-, E111:y.1 19311 1:1f'X1' , ' ' ' A . , V, M 1. S.1tI1L11, 1.11113 Ht 151. .,'f 15, 1113,-1 .f.1'y.1'.:, e'3'. 1' .41 , 11 . e-1.J111.11f1, I-1111f1' Clay' P. 15. B171 .1S11f1'.'J, 1.13. 1 1 , , 1iCI11'1fYf1 :11:1:i11.G:s, G. 1. 11. gf, TY1 FISVII 11,15 1.:'.'rS. The SG5'1'.t.111f'-S' ..'11,11.. gs 21:15 1 '1 t11f siJ.11it' 1 ' ' . A' , ' 'I gg11gi,.1s1 1:9 Z l"L1'1l..' 11. it."-:.1. --is '.'.'1i21 1212 .1 0 Q1 fb . ' 'C 11 '. . 'A 11391, 111.11 11 i--11f'11 '.w,sS 1.1 f"' 5 11: 1 1I15fl11 'gi wsp T1 ' Q 11' ' 1 115 ' 1. . 1..1'1:1:ss 1.-111111. 'f"ER T 1-1AY . -. . - ' . . 1-1 LLY .. ' - ' HE :Q I E117 . . EF-1 -" . 1 7 1 q T 1' - ' ATHLETICS Z' " ' . - 3 ' ' .., A . ,' L' , H K "I NK.. fully ,,,- ,I ,,,-7 - ,- 1 . ., ,y.,,k,V .f 3, ctw., , G , , - , . Il -iA,f ,Qty fl T."'.,f fue--,NY ",,'.Q, 5 BQ.,-f5J,5.9Qf7n.Jfr'-7? p'i,...f,L- t A ' ff gcwgjt'-' AT E4 QUNT IN R FOOTBALL SQUAD Left to Rxqht George Gcurley James Austm W alter Mock Luther Hale Mack Pterce Shelby lett Homer Laws Charl s Iett lanes Munsey Charles Maupm Water Maupxn Oscar W1 son G I Holly Iohn Large Ed Elhs Ed Edens lohn Allen Bob Gwen Barley x1ll1ams Ga ner Gour ey Coach Bowman Coach Bos well Coach Brown Georg Frwett Ed Alexander homas Iamxson Harnxd Srnlle Charles Hrlton rlaywood llrott Lewls Iohnson I hn Crockett Cot Presnell Ed The fall of l936 saw ne of the lo st teams ew r to take the held for Eltza bethton pass through a g nous season marred by only one defeat th1s bemg Krngsport Unde the dxre tnon of E N les Brown head Coach and Tele Bos well newly acqurred GSSISNITI1 Coach forn Ionesbcro the Cyclones p1led up 191 pomts agarnst therr oppor' nts 72 To those who graduate Ed Elhs Thomas Iamzson Homer Laws Mack Pxerce G I Holly Shelby Iett O car Wxlson Walter Mock P D Bradshaw Hamrd qmrle and Ed Alexander we say so long and the best of luck P a g e Thtrly exght 1 l ' u ' Y ' I 1 ' 1 1 Y ., ' 4 . , . e . 1 . ' t - V A 1 - 1 A f A V r 1 , " , ' W' ' , I l ', , - ' . ' E ' , ' . C . , Chambers, Fred Roe, P. D. Bradshaw. 3 e 'e ' ' - uf' ' , ' ' . r f: . 1 , , , - , . T . ' ' ' .e ' . . . , , s ' , . . . . ' - I . 1 5 ' ' - .1......l AINEER GIRLS' BASKET-BALL Left to Right: Agnes Bateman, Marietta Cole, Maxine Hoss, Helen Ellis, Kathryn Chambers, Lillie Chambers, Katherine Ledford, Mary Ruth Reynolds, Nellie Wells, Wilma Robinson, Iessie Merryman, Marie Hardin, Mittie Lee Thomas, Hope Ram- sey, Mrs. Ruth Snell tcoachl, lean Chambers, Nell Banks, Virginia Thomas, Coach Morgan, Fannie Bateman, Harriet Newberry, Florence Gourley. The Flashers of '36-'37 carried on with IO wins for 4 losses and were pro- sonted the Consolation trophy at the l6th District Tourney in Blountville, The team was invited to Knoxville to participate in the regional mect but was dc- feated by Everett, 26-18. , Mrs. Snell is fortunate in losing only two ol thc varsity tcain, Katherine Chambers and Nell Banks. The Flashers scored 480 points as to their oponents' 294, which proved the value of thc team. - P a g e Thirty - nine K . .,00'sf I BWMAWJ BOYS BASKET BALL Left to Rxqht Vtfalter L FG Zel Presnetl Os Vvtlson lohn Large 'Warren Hyder Cot Presnell P D Bradshaw r y Carn Charles l-lrlton Fred Presnell Terry N1d1ffer lames Anstln Glen W1 lams txt rles Maupm Floyd Allen Ed Elhs Coach Brown Coacl' Boswell Eugene Sna fell Glen Reynolds The Boys Baske bol squad of lQ 6 37 hmsl' cl a hard schedue Wllh only Bernors qroduotntq t 1 ycar arf. Terry Xltohltcr LJ Lllls Gsoar Wxlson Glen NVIHIGIHS and Fred resnell Tc ry Nrdzffer Betsy f rward xt as se cted c the all tournament second team The Cyclones scored +9 potnts as qamst err opponents 306 pomts The team was defeated 1n the quarter lmals oy Blountvllle age r K4 I ' : an , , Q . ' , :ar ' , , , , . . a , G a er, . ' , , ' ' , ' ' , l v il , ni G ' . , r V I A- r 'A X X I ' ' to I ,S - '. me I ' six losses out of twenty-one games played, L B . ' h 5 f 'z ' . f , vf 4 , " N , , . V -N r ' ' , ' C , ' n , - . . 5-' ' a ' ' ' ' . . A . , . U P P o ADS andJOKES TI-I O N INEER lllllfwwfijl W AM ,yllmfl lffflwllll X W pm :Qian nAYo onponzmon Mas PHESNELL I sent my httle boys Fred ond Cot to your store for fr e pounds of apples cmd you seni only three GROCERYMAN My sccrles cxre all rrqhi try Welqhlnq your httle boys P g t I 1 nr E V, l ON A x ll . X , lo ' rl 5 Sl? ' l ' J Q U ' l L l ' Qgjgggngf N hx six Ml lx 37: THE MOUNTAINEER Salesman Salesman MODERN WIVES KNOW RALPH KIMBFRLAIN BILLY B PETERS I IT S EASY I IT S SMART IT S ECONOMICAL LET THE LAUNDRY D0 IT Phone 295 Ehzabethton Steam Laundry, Inc Bundles of Satlsfactlon LESLIE L LUMSDEN Manager MR RITCHIE Doctor my wrte has rust now dlslocated her Jawbone 1f you are out thrs way next week or the next you mrqht drop 1n and see her I I Q I to ll ll . l ll I I ll - , rr . . . ' H? I I . , . . r, P q Forty-three SL! ff E NTAINEER 518 Elk Ave Phone 98 Comphments of WATAUGA CHEVROLET COMPANY ELIZABETHTON TENN STERCHI BROS STORES Inc VISII Our Model Home ELIZABETHTON TENN Phone 169 Comphments of GUMP INVESTMENT COMPANY Commercncxl Bcmkmg IOHNSON CITY TENN In Ehzobethton It s Defmltely P E N N E Y S For Dry Goods Shoes and Ready to Wear Mens Clothmg and Furmshmqs Comphments of E T 6. W N C MOTOR TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Comphmeuts I MONTGOMERY WARD 6. CO ELIZABETHTON TENN Comphments of DeBORD MILLS IoHNsoN CITY TENN DOROTHY I m qomq to sell losses ot the Leqlon Folr Do you thmk 25 cents IS too much? RUBY No people olwoys expect to get stunq ot chcmty icnrs PqFty N x ' , . H V A. ' l I I 1 l , ILL 1 C I I ' . "F R I T O . CI 9 OI X THE MOUNTAI EE Lf- COMPLIMEN E PATY LUMBER COMPAIQC 'Six 'X Corner Elk and Lynn k E Telephone 245 and 24 xii ELxzABE'rHToN TI-:NNESSEELK Ai sa 'Q D O S S E R S IoHNsoN CITY TENN Xp? KC X? Comphments wA'rs C R srona f ELIZABETHTGNXTE ng TQ. U2 X. E HOLSTON MOTOR SALES IIC CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Sales and Serv1ce Phone 93 512 East E Street 5 Q Comphments f XC RAYMONDEX CAMPBELL Xi Compllments of QUALITY ORANGE KIST PEPSI COLA Cornphments of PARKS BELK CO EL1zABETHToN TENN Comphrnents of State Llfe Insurance Co D M LAWS Mqr Rooms Bonn1e Kate l 2 and 3 Theatre Comphments of MR and MRS I FRANK SILER MACK You look sweet enough to eat TID Good, where shall we go? l. 1.l Pq Ftyf Y E x,L ' ld' T5 s 3 T, E s- is T R E X . MM' 5 1 n f 'X AS , E: f f '54 --- k ' K4 X N I gi, ,- N X A .X KX X B X YR x Compliments of BQ X-I if I 1 x -N is X X KTXRRLS I Q I ' A ' x ' ' 'T M4 OUNTAINEER MMM ,W My of B DE SUPPLY coMPANY1nc JJ WHERE IS A DIFFERENCE 'yi yy Phone 282 and 285 fV ELIZABETHTON TENNESSEE TRADE AT HOME FOR MANY YEARS 5 10" 25""'S1'0RE ELIZAEI-:THToN Has Specxahzed m School Requxrements Bla Values L1ttle PTICQS TENNESSEE IOHNSON CITY TENNESSEE KING S Where Those Who Know Buy Thexr Clothes Its Easy to Pay The Nelson Way NELSON S IEWELRY STORE 607 Elk Ave The Home of BLUE WHITE DIAMONDS IDEAL SERVICE STATION Elk Ave and Elm Sireet Phone 434 MODEL SERVICE STATION DAVE BRUMIT Phone 550 ELIZABETHTON TENN AUTO PARTS CO. Wholesale Auto Parts and Accessories COHWDIIHHGDIS of MACK EVANS P D "Gamers courtshlp was very romantlc, he met h1s WIIG on the tram" PIERCE CLEAR "Yeah, then why doesn't he sue them for dam ages?" P cx q o Forty I 'MI ' I ' T I ' 1 M, A fy - I - W I ' ' Y' - . ' I .4 1 .E , ' 1 - ' . I f P U ' ' ' f' 54" A If BTV, I JV. IJAIDI, , D I SIX THE MOUNTAINEER COMPLIMENTS OF TENNESSEE LINE 6: TWINE CO ELIZABETHTON TENNESSEE RED BAND S GOOD WILL GIFT TO SOUTHERN WOMEN HYMNS OF ALL CHURCHES RADIO PROGRAM Tune IH WBT Charlotte IO 15 A M Monday through Frtday New Da1nty and DQIICIOLIS RED BAND IQCIDGS and valuable cou pons for beautltul Frxendshtp Sllverware packed 1n every sack of RED BAND For successful baklnq use RED BAND Flour' HOTPOINT and WESTINGHOUSE Ranges have added HQDDIUGSS to Hundreds of Homes 1n Ehzabethton rRIGIDAIRE Leads ID Sales Brmqxnq Beauty Food Savmq and SGIISIGCIIOH Into the Home EAST TENNESSEE LIGHT 6. POWER CO Comphrnents ot MRS GRACE SHELL SERVICE STATION Postmaster phone 504 ELIZABETHTON TENN MR WILSON How dld your boss act when you asked hun for a ra1Se? OSCAR Why he was hke a lamb MR W1LsoN What dtd he say? OSCAR Baa GQ I 9911 I I COITIDIIITIGIIIS of c Fo ty - s v I ' - I P A Q T M. NTAINEER ga. SEN A ' ' QU y Yatulatzons Xu M, Band W h 1: 5,1 fffwqg CITIZETISS BAl1iKeS Servlnq Ehzobethton ond Carter County r V N' ci GRATULATIONS 10 me CLASS or 37' ELIZABETHTON HARDWARE COMPANY QUALITY HARDWARE AND FINE FURNITURE Comphrnents of PET DAIRY PRODUCTS CO ELIZABETHTON Cornphments of CROUCH CLEANERS Phone 88 ELIZABETHTON TENN Comphrnenis of FREE SERVICE CO IoRNsoN CITY TENN Cornphments of Brumxt Servlce Stcxtlon Inc R C BRUMIT L H BRUMIT Comphments of GRAND THEATRE Acuon Plctures IONES AUTRY MCCOY BROWN Cornphments of DEAKINS MOTOR CO PACKARD Ask the Mon Who Owns One SARAH You re CI lowdown cheot RUBY You re cr coward HILDHED Well you re both crazy TEACHER Now smce you all ore 1dent1f1ed the class w11l PqFt JJ io F 3 ,J . O ' Af W W M. T if , . yy if 3 ' l ,I-tp I ' A 1 ,U ,, ,, Taste the Difference qo on." if I I Y- qhi LA 5 ,R - -T . Y THE MOUNTAINEER Q Q 1 N 1 1 1 7 Q Comphments of OFFICE SUPPLY CO Everything for the Office 1 1 o Compliments o N CARTER COUNT Q. x MOTOR CO, Inc Q 'I ' F O R D Sales Servi Compllments of BONNIE KATE and RITZ THEATRES Ready to Wear Apparel For Women and Mlsses MASSENGILL S IoHNsoN CITY TENN A Good Appearance Is a Great Axd to Success HANNAH'S IOHNSON CITY TENN Cornphrnents ot RIKARD S STYLE SHOP Where the Woman Who Knows Buys Her Clothes Phone 389 Complxments of DENNIS BREWER Compllments of IAIVIES B DEAL Comphments of Charlle Cargxlle Studlo Compllments of Governor Taylor Hotel Compllments of CLAUDE HAYNES Compllments ot DAVID E RITCHIE The worst th1ng about a football game IS that none of the cheer leaders get hurt MARY Cool: plus Hops GUY Moths are econom1cal they eat nothmg but holes SQUARE lor-IN SHARP The reason that secrets d1e m some heads IS that they cant stand sohtary conhnement WRIGHT to PETE A conductor fears no one he tells them all where to get off RHEA IOHNSON Page Forty mne S - Q Q 0 u 0 I , . I fr rf , . 0 u - 1 n , .f . . . 1 , .' -. 1 THE MOUNTAINEER WISE AND OTHERWISE It may be the sap m the trees that bursts the buds but 1t s the sap rn the forest that starts the forest IITGS Bos BANKS The only tlme I spend wrttmg notes IS the tlme I spend Wr1t1ng h1story notes ED ALEXANDER A person wtth a high school d1ploma and a nxckel can get a cup of coffee anywhere EARL K BAKER The pathetlc part 15 that flnal exams are somettmes flnal E ED DENs The more I go to school the more I go to school KATHLEEN EDENs Its easy to plck the best people they ll help you do 1t Every cosmetlc dealer knows that the glrls face IS h1s fortune HAZEL CAMPBELL They used to serenade the g1rl wrth a gultar but now a car horn brlngs them out more qu1ckly LUKE HALE The cernetenes are frlled Wlth people who thought the world couldnt do wrthout them SHELBY IETT Why do qu1et students lrke Nell Banks and Dorothy Hodge go Wlld at football games? The rattle rn the car IS more easrly detected than the one IH the head BEATR1cE to MARGARET Women paxnt what they used to be HAZEL SNYDER to BERTIE NAVE L G BALFOUR COMPANY ATTIEBORO MASSACHUSETTS Leadlng Manufacturers of CLASS RINGS AND PINS COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS DIPLOMAS CUPS MEDALS TROPHIES CLUB INSIGNIA Ieweler to the Semor and Iumor Classes of Elizabethton Hugh School .il. 1 1 1 - l - - I - ALPHAS ANDERSON. 0 O P a g e F 1 f t y nuiuaf e 'rgoo 4 BOOK REQUIRES THE CLOSEST COOPERA TION ON THE PART OF THE STAFF THE PHOTOGRAPHER THE ENGRAVER AND THE PRINTER OUR CONNECTIONS AND YEARS OF EXPERIENCE ENABLE US TO RENDER A COMPLETE SERVICE IF YOU WANT TO PRO DUCE AN OUTSTANDING YEAR BOOK LET US HELP YOU OUR EXPERT SERVICE WILL MINIMIZE MANY OF YOUR PUBLICATION PROBLEMS. . . 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