Foley High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Foley, AL)

 - Class of 1932

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Winn wus he high lcpra man with 23 points to 'B redit , . ki ,vc , " 1 f:"f?l'i - FOLEY , 5, 'H 'Jil -- . G Fi. F i'Dhmasg'James,f c..,., -... ...HA 0 0 ,5Jun1es,'Joe, f ..... ..- ....... ,.... 2 0 0 Qilmnfcffgv-- .......- - .... -..11 1 1 P ,fm Q 4:.C--..,' ,e.e .,.c... .4 0 0 1 ' 1 IA-+4-N ---- - ----- - ----- .----01050 i i.,4.rtQi .fi,..c.hi. ..-...4.0 0 0 Q- A - 'W' I M .Q 1712 XXX FW Q S! ...- .., . - v rl' 1. . : ef iii: -Rf' is " Q -1 . 1 'Q f' 1' , imp,--1' .-ef ga 4 vgii '.-lf - .3 T , l ' X57 'n gaze.: l Obile Jackets 19-0 running attack with formations, the Foley the McGill Institute by a score of in Mobile. Fo- the three periods, had one scoring that in the tsurth stanza. chalked ui' 'rteen their Llline B. qt- thg Y ,ed to one out of the game as heaves with good and three intercepted. The Foley high .team heaved 15 times and of them were good, one of .them a touchdown. kicked over the goal to and the invaders down the field for of the day with- Nolte and Dumas the former ripping' one of which was "Red" finally from seven-yard line had passed to Rapp for to place the ball in scormt! Dumas failed to kick goal. Lions scored easily in the next when Dumas passed 10 yards who stepped 55 ni ,re for a Dumas converted via a McGill team came to life, in period and scored three first which was their total for the Mayton returned the kickoff to Foley 37-yard line and Nolte 1-qmptly went around end for 63 , ards andthe finol score of the after- ' i on: Travis blocked Dumas' try for if ,, e extra point- -.f I' 1 o r ' ---fi 5 Q, li," ei? ' nu .5 gg . fa Repoll and Charles Akridge were outstanding men on the Mobile while Long, Polk and Jersild on the line for Foley. The backfield played heads- ' Pos. McGill -.14-,,W,4Q,,,,, ,r,,, ., Douville Y X Leit E d g1,.,,,,,..,-i1. .r.... ,. Godbold 'Left Tackle Q-.0 -,---- -, -4-,.,,,, N ,,,l . Perez ' Left Guard . Repoll fffoliniei-'im' , ,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,-- Claude Alfridge ' Right Guard ' ww--,,,,,,,, Charles Akridge V - Right Tackle , - 4 ,,,,,,. ,.,,, ,. .... Travis - Right End . Qc, --,- ,mu ,,-, ,,.,,,, ,,,. S t einer ' . Quarterback -'.14L,.-,,,,,LQ3,,,,,.,,,,,gL... Sweeney ' D Lett Htlfhacli 4' ,......A.ll,t..L.l-..l-.-.ggi-. Gonzales ' '1-1 ifb - - ' a ' a . Glennon 4 0-19 0 0- 0 N olte drop Un. Arl-Disfric',i W Cage Selectfgfgi Foley Places Dumas, Cslnplielf On First Squadg'Kelly.Gets, hi , Second String Guard l-...l t - , Q t By HAROLDIIRBY4 I :staff sports Writer . ti.: FOLEY, Ala., Feb. 28.-?5,iu' W flid thte ,Foley high 'VLQBQ' dxufnq tg' -,iznnuaf dj ment that 'wg we .ill-fllstrlri Motile Q.. and coat X '1iny,, YH -fair Lions Surprise Tate. The high rating Tate cagers, who were beaten by the Crack Pensacola High team 30 to 28, could not cope with the Foley Lions. The Lion varsity scored 37 points while the Tate team was able to amass only 7 points. The second team, which re- placed the varsity, could not score, but allowed Tate to score 7 points in the last three minutes of the game. Final score Foley 3T,uTate 14. ' '- --------Q-Q ...... ,, I w ntunwm DEFEAT , - BAY MINETTE, Ale? g2if.h:i,. Scoring in the first, third and I foulffh Quarters, Baldwin county high' ' Yh1PP'fd Foley high here today be. IST? an Armistice Day attendance. I o 0. Coach Dale's men displayed HF lmlbrcgnable defense and with the i Offense Feeling oft consistent yardage . time-y were never in danger. Frank FYOPSL One ot the oustandmg back, in the district, was a shining light' in the Baldwin offense. This waaf the ffm meeting of the mama in' several seasons marking me re- Sumption of relations between' the schools after a lengthy ggveggncel l 1 1 'LU' I J 7, A---4h -4.0.-as-5---- ,l 4, I Em ga.: ,. "' 4 pf.. VA 8. Q ca. : Q U1 Q. an lc 'E we :- F' v-3 'J' F' ll 'CJ sa Z3 o J. ,fi ::J...p- L e,,,,,.,-,Q -.-. .wt-.--..-. 1: 4A. . nxt Q in v-3 Ulu 5535 H' 1-P320 :X ,I . gn-Q-rj f 5,222 i UU :agus 3 fb 'S-wifi cb m '3.crFc'?-i'-5 ht l-wcxrz: Qu!!! limo' - Q3 HG-EN P ua -r U'-A .,ef5'4'g, cb Q 4 In , Us'-EE 1 V-A R 'EERE N1 cafe .-t '-3 ef-Snag 0 if - ' 6"4'-ms: SD an-.l' better next time. ,gf-Q F I l W an-iq iq ' , . ' s ore honors la I' ofey ,114 LADAIS Defeat Murphy ' Reserves 14' 0 Led bf, Captain Joe Dumas quar- terback lolty High Lions defeated the Murphy High Reserves 14-0 Fri- day afternoon ot Mobile. The Foley Ftouchdowns came in the second and Ktourth- quarter--once when Dumas 'slashed off tackle for three yards and ihgain when Winn intercepted a pass, on. his 38-yard line and ran for a touchdown -' ' E The Reserves were considerably outweighed and only once threatened' H wever the Junior Pan- to score. o thers stag d short lived spurts at ' ' downs tunes to run up six first against nine for the Lions. i ' The Murphy line held intact during. the first quarter until the closin 'minutes when Foley rushed the ba , by line plays, to the three-yard line. 'At the start of the second quarter thetPanther lim. held for three downs but Dumas went our on the fourth tr, Dumas kicked the point from placement. - In tht fini-tl quarter Wilson, Mc- Cown -ini Perez went to the 18-yard stripe but were repulsed- by a fast, chargin line. Winn vms in front of Wilson s pass and 1-an untouched, for a touchdown. Dumas again converted. X , A In defeat the 'line work of Bert l Gantt, Whitten, Stockard and Staf- ford was glaring while Wentz and Mc- Cown showed up best in-the back- field. Docring was the Foley line lurninary while Long and Lurwig also '1. D uae, I-Iolte 4Wian lyedwell in the- oey, Q- iffed- to showed up wel un b F 1 w Y "rm, ' ' -v,,.- Y.. W 1 3. H - v Sl ' .'. . 55 .1 A ! V VW! 1 4 .H f . - ax ' .Si-. 3 " 15.1. 3.1 nf gf -fl fi I ' I A ,5.e5 '.45,a, p Wa '. . slr!-xiii.: J .A gf, 'Q fa 1 Q 1 'Fw I .5.,,"' gb. ' f f -gf iw Q, Q.. f, f---W - W A .1.,P..?, Jwfifhf- bf,-u1,,,,,,.q, . I ' ,W , Q . . I 5 i. Z: qu.-"1! ' Q TSA' T-' Y ' ", A 52.54, :eva-za "l.2"f - -- '- ""E'14?fak!'f" 1313 ?Qf1.:P -A W1 Q.: Q -. ' ' 410133:-', : , - g,..41 .: . 1-.',,1r11. 'QQ .Y , - .w..,1,,.,n. .,.,,,vf 9 3, ,- - 1 , gl? . 1 .Fy .. v. yy. 4: ,fav if' UF 1: -X : iii. Q I E ,1 , 1. 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Men and women pay him great sums of money to hear him say, HGo thou, afflicted and eat less meat and take more exercise.U Max Winn once said he was going to be a woman specialist, but he didn't take up medicine. He'and Joe Dumas united in a partner- ship and concieved a contraption for piping home ell the oil under the North Pole, and lo, the were lubricated in riches. Lincoln Mueller said his chief ambition , was to get a goodlooking wife, and I say unto you, he succeedeth, though he committed the sin of cradle robbing in so doing. After his college graduation he returned to his home and contracted the completion of the great cgnal. While in Foley he married a high school fresh- man, and I proclaim unto yhu, she was beautiful. And behold, there appeareth unto me a vision of Carney Jones' first wedding. Rich gifts of gold and silver, rich robes of satin and fine linen appeareth before me. She hath had many weddings since that one, her hobby being collect ing husbands. Prophecy l u I I I I I I Behold' a DlCtUTG ol Profegeor South ln my memory book, drawn by Alma Laura Gor0on It really looks llke hlm. She wae all throuvh hlph school, our claw. artlet. qhe nee COHelH ued the ,aue thlng, lor ehe new dzaue thoee funny bathlhe beauty plcturee lor T17qa1PO cove 9. She was qulte a b3uHlUU beauty nervelf ln her young day.. 4 W Q ence 11d o tl a Laura, that her Ch1Gf 3Hb1t1OU wma to Geo how lone one could mqke a date last, but after Que lost some of her outslde attractlone, ehe bot down to bUSlUGSS Alma Laura d ew that D1CtUTO of Vettle Mae, Aldona 1 d AHlGOD QHOWINU off the dres es they made 1h Home EC ln the lanh1OD chow, After Amleon Hot tlred of LOQCh1NU the grade at Foley, ehe ,termed a Ph111HtbTOUlC1l progect for jewlne on buttone for baclelol tlmG 1n hrs IcNatte eevlnv cla Q wa a't waeted Also, ln my memory boo? lu 1 olcture of tie I 0 Club out bf the W1 aerla vlue Bbhold Nettle Iae Dukes Ygu know where the Blue Heaven fllllng atatloe 1e9 Tell alter S eck Ytnnce m de hle fortune, Nettle lee ard her husband took lt over and ealalyed lt Norval Patterson bouvht the stetaon aocroee the street, and started 11 CONpOtltlOH wlth the Younces, but ounce th t new concrete hlghw y to the Gulf, and the Pen acola hob'le Canal 810 completed, both have had more bu,1nese than they C D11 m8.I'l8f'G , Hear' for I speak the truth, thouvh lt be herd to T01llZGa Udlth CAmpbell, for yaals wwe a hoetese on an alr hlp from New Y5rk to PQT1S She develop ed her endurance for long fllghts Tldlng to school from Lllllan, Prophecy 2 V ' n . ,,,, - Q I 1 ' -,1 ' ' .X g A O I rw A x L , J . ,U J. 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' I Q . 0 1 I ,,.,,.........-,.---- - H , ,.v.,,,,,,...- ,Q-v..p4 .fu-4'--'H' I saw in the newspaper some time ago that Ediths brother, Dan had been visiting in Foley. He went to Auburn and is new connected with the Health and Physical Education Department. Minnie Tee Callaway married and she looketh well to the ways of her household, and is never idle. She became interested in chickens and new ships baby chicks all over the south from her hatchery at Orange Beach. And it came to pass that Mr. Holk took Paul Schultz into partnership with him and Paul became the boss after tk. Volk retired from the managment of his big department store. Take heed of the picture of the class made at the tea given by Pas. Sanders. Look there's Raymond. He joined the Navy after graduation but it wasn't what he expected, so after his term was over, he bought what is new known as the Welch Bakery. He was visited by prosperity after bread went up to 2063 but lo, in my young days, the depression was upon us and bread was only 54. Behold the splendor of that class. There is Eileen. At school we couldn't get any information out of her about her ambitions. But her plans were undoubtably made before graduation, because soon afterward she started on that budget that has never been solved, NHow two can live as cheap as one.n And there was Mary Stansil. She went in training for a nurse, but she wouldn't obey regulations, so was caught coming up the fire escape one morning at four o'clock, The last I heard of her she was working in Pensacola. Prophecy 3 Ruth Gebhert went to business college at McLain Mississippi and made e creckerjsck stenographer, but after Nettie the married she felt left out so she married her employer Ed Boyle took up science and propounded many of the present day theories that are studied in chemistry and physics. The lest I heard, he was trying to find the horse power of a Night Bhre. Aldona Koweleski, lon? since went t Poland and for years taught English She never married because she that she had learned anything was ne Harold St.JOhn stayed in t and retired on his pension, t He became e second Bobby Jgne hen too C' U0 The vision Diseppeers, lo! farther and farther away, Bifhold it and once again, I am Dorothy Nall, 3 of l932. it is Prophecy 4 o there , ver sure in Home Economics. he Navy for year k up golf .L.l- ' u ulflg' is gone, Senior 1' YES ,-. A Ill' Amwements ggff 5 . 3, il ' A 4 T mm! 5 X 'H Xu Hlkvn 91, , ,MN f :Wm '- v x A M' F f Z ff! fix, - f ,, 'X 4, k 1 K NJ -ff' 'll JM -N- gi 1 . ,, A ' l l ,,, Y .Mar - 'H .' Lf' ,Y Q .gi X I l i. 'o 2 The graduating class of Foley High enjoyed a very delightful afternoon and evening last Friday when Miss Wilma Mcllendon, one of the high school faculty, entertained with a theater party from 3:30 to 5:00 p. ni. at the Palm Theater, after whichi Mrs. E. Frank Sanders entertained, ' honoring Lincoln Mueller, a ineinbert of the graduating class, with a gradu- 5 ation tea at her pretty home. Follow- 4 ing introduction of Miss McLendon I .and her lovely class of 11 boys and ll girls, singing was enjoyed and pic- tures taken of the class. Angel food cake, decorated in class colors, coffee and dainty candies were served. The - 7 ' Eater departed on 'a motor 'trip mx to 'une kzllli vfnere tne Senior I class X 5 gyere nests to the graduates at a de 2-iligntrul beach party and supper, fol- f ixloxyed by. dancing at the casino , , ,,,., . , qw,--,A . . 44: l -r- -:."1"""'1 nw""'Yi'-'Nw N R ' - Q .wins-.4' 1' 'ft-if 1-Jul ,q..f.- 5 i . u in DGMRWA . gl, 8,4 f 1, wyaxw. ' ' 1 . 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Price entertained the members of the Senior class at a delightful party at her home. The class colors of green and yellow were used profusely in the decorations, and huge bowls and baskets of yellov. daffodils with ferns and green and yellow candles adorned the tables. Miss Wilma Mcllendon, class teacher, was a guest of the class, and a lovely buffet luncheon was enjoyed. Miss Margaret Grove gave a reading. 341, imimfhaf mmf!! 01755 C0 I' 1 "f L03 ' fwqcio X ' W r 2,14 ' li . , I'- fz ' ,vi ol, , frlllill f ' lf , a ' jfplifll lille' lf., A 1 2, ,QV Y ,lj If - .illligl X 1 f f 1 N lf + ' I , . M ' Though fortune and fame arc not youri, dear, 1 love you better than gold, Sp 'ust let me whisper, my darling, Tlhc story that never grows dd. ' f '.,,:-j-'::r--'- " "H - - -- -f --'-'N mwq, rs y 4 7' -W .A ""?"'Y7YSu5-if" " 'of the .most delightiul festiv- in honor of the Foley High at the home of Mr. and Mueller when they honored Lincoln, his classmates and at 3 graduation musical on evening, A very interest- was presented and en- .by all present. After the pro- of music and readings the numbering 110. were invited to refreshments were served. The of yellow and green, being: colors, and a beautiful boquef roses and green ferns fro of the hostess gave centerpiece roi the lunche 'green and yellow tapers sc cheery rays to brighten the of these happy guests. attractions were the beauti presented in honor of the cl: iAMr. Malbis of Mobile ,and M alter Paulson of Foley. The ni were yellow roses filled w and green mints and held " place card and miniature favi of Hudnuts perfume as a token to roach guest. The home and hall de- Corations were carried out in the class ' Colors of yellow and green. Baskets: ,und vases of flowers and ferns added to,this lowly ow ning: and the' guests. X-- graduatingr class and faculty- thc host to the Lutheran llalll tables were centered with 1 l 6 I f 7 ' "f" ZIIA' 1 2 l Us 1 4 Q of f i fy 1 . , ' f , ' ' ' ft 3 fl V . uf.. I Cyl 1' A fl J f, 6- If J JI!! 1 f , V OK 1 fue- .,.. f a ,L f 6 a0,ytf0 if .. ,X A ,ff . ff l - iJQ ff 'I lil X' .,f,.-,il 'A ' i' 1 . .' ,M ,r f. 'Q ." 1 lliii I , .f I- fl Q f" ' I I V fi ." li l A I' i 'F f ' M -A fx' l.' .I Clfl" 1 f 1 1? 1' l ri I In :YL ' f,Q'.f5 . 45.54 44 75: fl.. :ffl-'ig' -f .i' 9? 4. T54 x-,vii mi ' Q' ? 2 'iii -Q .1 - li 1 l ' 5 ' H -' T " Y' ' f --'ff'-f'f'Iw+ ' ' - - "mf i 2 as -x-v-1-ru-v-Q'-I-1-' .--L------Q . , -Aiqnii,-,i,,--v,A-Y DA- Y ,H , 1 E ,..........................-- ik .1 , 'll' tl ll l 1 il S s. it 14 l l i l A l I l n 1 it 1. li. I. 4 , , S i J 9. I 8 15 it ll S: 'll H f sf l v t t .ar -1 GRADUATHQN MUSICAL BY Mr. and Mrs. A. ll. Mueller at tlu-ir f home-April 23, 1932-in honor of their son, Lincjfoln, his class- niates elf the Class of '32 and the Faeulty of Foley High 3 Svhool. l PROGRAM HlXll10l'll1Ll.77 ...Class of 322 and guests. Class Song . . .e., .. .Senior Class and Miss XVihna MeLendon. lliano Solo . Mrs. E. Frank Sanders. Violin Selection .. .. Prof. Lundberg. Accompanied at piano by Mrs. Lundberg. Reading . ...,. . ..e.. ...Mrs V. V. Barehard. V oeal Solo , ,.Mrs. E. Frank Sanders. Toast to Faculty Senior Class. 'lloast to Seniors Favulty. Violin Selection .Prof Lundberg. Reading .... . .,... Mrs. V. V. Barehard. Group of short songs: Class and Guests. Onlooker Print, Foley, Ala. W5 6 . 7 l V 'W' .-.- """.?2". if " 1- an-r-,wr 4 X .-. 7 , ,,, N, ,qu ,W ...- ,Q--. ,.- ' 4w, ? Wfj M Q 0 ,rl Q 2 G2 5 1 I. WL flap! ff WVWO fffawlo fylffu HMA My J " ' fflfmff-1,1 -75fff"CfD ' f fywwf !W!.yfDyfVLZ Q1 QDQN GJ., CMA. 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Ruth Stump HELL UISUES FROM SCHOOL OFFICIALS --- ----- - -------- - TENTATIVE PLANS FOR A UCET TO GETHER DINNERH next year ---ff ?'f'f'a'f'f'2??'2'a'f'f??'2'9"'??'? CLASS s32 CLASS COLORS GOLD G GREEN CLASS FLOHBH Yellow ROSE CLASS MOTO HTUE SOUL TO DO, THE HILL TO DAREH CRADUATING: from FULEY HIGI1 SCHOOL FULEY, ALADAQ-1A year 1f,v3:,1 FORMAT Class member Address Class member's Profession Class member's Hobby Spouce's name Spouce's Profession Spouee's Hobby Children Crandebildren f interve Brief summary o l932-72 Harold SL. Jobn Raymond Helen Pzull ESeYu1ltz Lincoln Mueller Nettie hae Dukes, Younce Max hymn Norvil Patterson Dan Campbell Edith Campbell, Thames ..1- ining years - Alma Laurie Cordon,Koss James F. Dumas Eileen Pilgrim Cole lllltQll flf?lJllFll'L fiiaiuanl DoroLby Nall, Decker Toni Callaway, Deaux Minnie Lee Calloway, Brovni Aldonia Kowleski, Travis Edward Broyle Fo DUI'LA.S MOD: 2003 Dauphin Street Mobile, Alabama Surgeon Painting and Golf Margaret Dumas Teacher, Retired by marriage GolC Children: Jim Dumas, Jr. Marsha Dumas Bill Dumas Byron Dumas Mark Barre Dumas Grandchildren: Henry F. 0'Connor III Margaret Virginia 0'Conner EILEEN PILGRIM COLE 410 Evans Street Heflin, Alabama 36264 School Teacher and Librarian Painting, Knitting and Crocheting Roy Green Cole Automobile Dealer Sports Children: Henry Joseph Cole Martha Jane Cole Historical Events of Life: Graduated from Auburn, 1938. Worked for Federal Government and Georgia Power Co. until 1946. Married in 1941. Begun teach- ing in 1958. K x ,lfX ,N I V 'L QI, .AA. 1:1 1,:1u:'i.f': Cf VVICQIIJ fflf-F1 Q79 .O. fiom ffuf' '16 Viofsfe J-.x,-nz. , QLlC5f, 11F'Qpa:vD HlH,ffL5 PCUUUUhiNf Unvt.- Cwmvkw lbw-UiCf'1f Ilifoo' Z nfr1:on':c:xo Isa , P 1 f1r'oif: Travis lvlhon Yoon fac:4:4yz1r1L.L' ll, -. fA11lprr:wf1? i J 1 HufM,:vil,lu, lllwlygom VHILUKLE Aiwa Kzhhlwnn V f,', 1, 'vwMum fjiblHJCfYYL5h IQLu:i hirwiurl' KM'o 1 :y" flj jx -. Horiou Jon WHS Uv Num P Q IO yv HoDfrL Uwmiwl Hrwh ' 6 1 3 fFS. Whhfihf: "' VIVT'w!CRL 'V'fUL xk Llbf 'TC. I. z'1:i i.?1 - 411 xl jf f'fb::1ffW '- '1': - K f, l,cg E Lsaxfef ff!'lQf:1?fit,C . r i, i,Q,f' L- ' K. V 57 jf .'fg c T 3. 1'I1i S Couli huvw Kwon acouwpYiaMQ? My cnly on? cgudlbi -w- Hxcuusiwv vuriunuw we to Gabe of h1rL Eiuh afhur all wg, Vviomds, I 1l!4X!f3 ipcj :,1wgwfrip -'1K Kfll Q2 l :,?"?f:i? jfs 111152 f2cD1.J.f3fjf3 kids on tho job and vwwvr lo? it ho said, iJ!1L!,t1 'o' wv W , - 1 , . Tr vwmf flouy RH a Uofw yv!r. '- 'n1x. fouorahion was without rcunurso. ,,. My favorite hobby in duucini. FishLng 15 Soconda ry . -g,- 1 NHTTIE UAE DUKES YOUNCE PAUL F. SCIIULTZ P.O. Box 488 Foley, Alabama 35535 Distributor of Chevron Oil Products for South Baldwin County. Edna Earle Thompson Schultz Housewife, formerly a Nurse QHNQ Children: Paul F. schuitz, Jr. Sandra Schultz Russell Grandchildren: Paul F. Schultz III Historical Events of Life: B.S. Degree from the University of Alabama, 1939. Served 7 years in World War ll, l94l through 1948. Chevron Oil Products since Distributor of 1948 for the South Baldwin area. LINCOLN NUELLER O Box 236 Po U Foley, Alabama 36535 ' Mn. Q70 Retired from G.D. Searle. ls Currently O f Al bama Mental Health, employed by the state o a Alcoholism Consultant. Working with Handicap and Grandehildren. Agnes Mueller Housewife , Telephone Retired from Illinois Bell Children: Gilbert L. Mueller Grandchildren: Lisa Mueller Mark Mueller Historical Events of Life: l 32 T2 Most of it spent in Time from 9, - . V , Illinois. Still enjoy talking, girls, friends, an friends. d vacations. Always enjoy meeting old, HAROLD S I' JOHN P O BOX 564 Punta Gorda, Florlda 33950 lormer Countorlntelllgenoe D1v1s1on Offloe of Speolal Imvestlgatlons, U S A1r Force Retlred from Real Estate Buslne Mattle B St John Art Teacher, ohlna Frlntlng Chlldren Robert T St John Grandchlldren Robert 1 St John H1 tOP1CL1 Evfnte of Llfe Nilltwry SCTV1CC 1HClUdCd oombwt w1th the 17th A11bOTHO D1v1 IOD, 1n the Europe n Theater Captured during the 'Battle of the Bulle , ln J HL ry, 1945 and remalned a P O U untll Aprll, 1945 Employed 1 Poet IHtl1l1fONCO and Clelms Off1CGT, U S Army, BOIt McClellan, Ala Febru ry, 1946 Transforod to UoAI as CT1m1UQ1 Investlgmtor it Det UO2, Brookley AFB, Alabama Then Rees ibned to OSI Hobby Flshlng and Gardenlng RAYMOND NvLoH 7 L Horloo ther Court Noblle, Alwbwma 36608 U S Po tal Service, Retired Q31 yearaj Publlo Acoountrnt Hobby CG11m1C- ChT1St1HC Evans Hel h Hou GW1f8, Homemwker Ch1ldren Hr Jul11 Welsh Klho, Jaokeonvllle, FlO11dd Mr James R Uelqh Jack onvllle, Florlda Grandohildren. Marcus Raymond Klng Q ll months old EDITH cm-1PBzi:1,L f1'HArfLEs fy Af- ,yf 2 06 54,40 WWW Q' 7 Panama City, Florida 32401 Clerk Hobbies: Traveling, Canasta Husband: Deceased, 13 years. Children: Louise Oman Mary Kay Grindle Grandchildren: Melissa Oman Kirsten Oman Historical Events of Life: He lived in several cities in Florida. 24 years in Panama City. Mostly good years. DAN M. CAMPBELL Q Billard Ball J 232132414 1705 Kathryn Drive Tallahassee, Florida 32303 Manufactoring Industrial Chemicals Hobbies: Fishing, Sports and Grandchildren. Melba Campbell Housewife and Mother Children: Richard Campbell Danny Campbell Debby Campbell Johnny Campbell fx, 11,13 TONI C CALLAUAY DLAUX 2308 Bayberry Drlve Savanrah, Georgla 31404 Budget 6 llnance Offlcer, Bp1SCOpa1 Dlocese of Georola Readlng, Handlcrafts, Travel Pub11C Speaklng and Nu 1C Robert L Deaux CWO, U S A1r Force Qetlred Savanrah Sclence Museum Boats, 'Rock Houndu, Has Rock and Gem Shop Chlldren Boyd Deaux, 35 Maroaret Anne Deauy Stogner Grandchlldren Chtrlotta De ux Robln Deaux Scott Stogner Pmy oiogncr Hlstorlcal Event of Llfe Have llved no trxvclled throughout the U S , Hawa11, C nada, MEXICO nd the Bah ma Tauoht school 1U Al bane, Flor1da and Georgia Have worked -s an office manager, also buyer for l rue book department and lendlng librlry Have been with the Lpiscopal Dlocese of Georgla as a staff member since 1966 MINNIE LEE CILLAUAY BROWN Orange Beach, Alao-ml 36561 Postmaster Retired Emmons Brown Real Estate Buslness fRet1red RUTH GLBHAHT TUNP Route 1, Box 75 Foley, Alabama Ho: m1ker QGWIHD and UTWHdCh11dT6H Carl otump Eleotronlo TGC1HlC1an Retlred Chlldron Cllfford otunp Le lle otump Grandchlldren Chirlotte Stump Kathy btumo Llndm btump L1 a Qtump Qlta Stump Glna Stump Erlo Stump DOROTHY HALL DECKER P O Vox 18 Foley, Alubema SUIPTVI ory Secretary, Iarm Bureau Insur noe Co Sew'np Harry R Decker Lleotrio-1 Comtrwctor Retired Yard and Greenhou e Ch1ldren Donna De For P zler Eduard W Decker Grandoh11dren Vlrglnla Du ker John Decker Donna Swlgert Mark E. Swlgert ALDONA KOxAL SKI TR VIS 953 Spr1nDh111 Avenue Moblle, Alabama NuTS1DD and Clerk of Nob1le County Probate Court Engoy tr vellng, nur lng, SW1ml1Hg and the outdoor 11fe Chlldren yne lrwvl Ch r1e Travl Narllyn wrdes Grandohlldren Rob1n TT8V1S Mayne TTEVIS, Mark TTBVIS Adam TPaVlS EDIXRD BOYLE 111 W Holly Street Realto , Californlm 92376 Apartment Gvner Dolores Boyle Medio 1 Secret ry Chlldren DIWHC Doyle Mary Boyl H1StOT1C1l Event of Llfe Eighteen year- worked 1n Alrcraft Ten year- have been 1D the apartment bHS1neSS xxxxxxxxx THERE ARE FOUR NAVES NISSING, THOSE DECEASED. OSBPH DUMAN ARNEY JONES CAMPBELL MARVIN LEE MARY STANCIL KEIFER 1932 CLASS PROPHECY 50 Y ARS HWNCV There was a boy in the class of 1932 upon who e head the duty of clq S presldent was bestowed And lo, he has long slnce been president of mqny thlDgS He 1S thls day the president of the National Pharmacy Assoclation In muslc Ja es Dumas and harvin Lee have become fawous Marvln 19 also a great healer of the affllcted Fhn and women pay him great sums of money to hear h1m say, U00 thou, qffllcted and eat less meat and take more SXOTCISG U Max Ulnn once sald he was young to be a woman speclallst, but he d1dn't take up mediclne He and Joe Dumas unlted 1n a partner hlp and concleved a contraption for piping home nll the o1l under the North Pole, and lo the were lubricated 1n rlche Tlncoln Mueller said his ch1ef ambition wa to vet a goodlooking wlfe, and I say unto you, he ucceedeth, though he committed the sln of cladle robblnb ln so doing After his college yraduatlon he returned to hls home and contracted the completion of the great cqnal Uhlle 1D Foley he m1rried a hlgh school fresh mqn, and I PTOClH1m unto yhu, she was beautiful d behold, there appeareth unto me a vision of Carney Jones' flrst weddlng R1ch gifts of gold and silver, rich robes of satin and fine llnen appeareth before me She hath had many weddings slnce that one, her hobby being collect ing husbands. Prophecy 1 Behold' a PlCtUT6 of Professor South in my memory book, drawn by Alma Laura Fordon It really looks llke hlm nhe was all throuph high chool, our clas artl t Uhe has contln ued the same thlng, for she new draws the e funny bathlnv beauty PlCtUTGQ for m1F3Z1H9 covers She was qulte a bathlng beauty herself in her younp days It wx once ald of Alma Laura, that her Ch19f ambltlon was to see how lone she could mqke a date la t, but after she lost some oi her OUtS1d9 attractlon , she t down to business Alma Laura drew that plcture of Nettle Mae, Aldona Q d AmlSOH ShOW1ng off the dresses they made in Home EC 1D the fashlon show After lmison got tlred of teaching the flTSt grade at Foley, she staried a phllanthropical progect for Gwlng on buttons for bachelors, time in Mrs NbNatts SGWlUg class wasn't wa ted Also, 1U my memory book 1S a p1CtUTG of the 'I S Club out bf the W1StOTlH vlne Hfhold, Nettle Lee Dukes You know where the Blue Heaven illlinb St3t1OH 137 Jell after Speck Yrnnce made h1S fortune, Nettle Mae and her husband took it over and enlarged lt Norval Patterson bought the statlon accros the street, and started in COmpOt1tlOH wlth the Younces, but slnce that new concrete hlvhway to the Gulf, and the Pensacola HOb11B Canal are completed, both have had more buslness than they can manage Hear! for I speak the truth, though it be hard to realize . U Edith CAmPbGll, for years was a hostess on an airship from New Ygrk to Paris. She develop- ed her endurance for long flights ridin to School from Lillian. ' ai 1 an fXZ5n4L4uLL44"WI Luft fL1Q5M's'?"L ftvv I saw in the newspaper some time ago that Ediths brother, Dan had been visiting in Foley, He went to Auburn and is now connected with the Health and Physical Education Department, Minnie Tee Callaway married and she looketh well to the ways of her household, and is never idle. She became interested in chickens and now ships baby chicks all over the south from her hatchery at Orange Beach. And it came to pass that Mr. Holk took Paul Schultz into partnership with him and Paul became the boss after Mr. Holk retired from the managment of his big department store, Take heed of the picture of the class made at the tea given by Mrs. Sanders. Look there's Raymond. He-joined the Navy after graduation but it wasn't what he expected, so after his term was over, he bought what is now known as the Welch Bakery, He was visited by prosperity after bread went up to 2045 but lo, inxmy young days, the depression was upon us and bread was only 54. Behold the splendor of that class. There is Eileen. At school we couldn't get any information out of her about her ambitions. But her plans were undoubtably made before graduation, because soon afterward she started on that budget that has never been solved, Nhow two can live as cheap as one.n And there was Mary Stansil. She went in training for a nurse, but she wouldn't obey regulations, so was caught coming up the fire escape one morning at four o'c1ock. The last I heard of her she was working in Pensacola. Prophecy 3 .4 v , Ruth Cebhart went to bu lness collage at Molain H1SS1S91ppi and made a crnckeringl stenoprapher, but after Nettle Mae married she felt left out so she mwrrled her ewployer Bd Boyle took up solenoe and propounded man! of the present day theorles that are studled 1n oheml try and phy los The la I heard, he was trylng to flnd the horse power of a Nlght lmre t Aldona Koweleski, lonf 31nce went to Poland and for year taught rHU119h there She never married because she was never ure that she had learned anythlng ln Home ICOHOH1CS Harold Qt JOhn stayed ln the Navy for years and retlred on hls pension, then took up golf He became a second Bobby Tones The v1s1on Dlsappears, lo' lt is gGtL1Dg farther and farther away Blhold it 13 gone and once agaln, I am Dorothy Nall, 3 Senior of 1932 IXLJ-mba Lfvulle Lneer Nth ames I aon't see we, we devlsed to have this old plcnlc here, I tqlnk Bon oecour would have been a muon lwttcr place lne SCGAPlj 1S much better dexn tlere I don't eupp ee that ,ou all have pot the coffee vefov Jet Nobody ever does anythlng 1n thls class except uorf to leap out of work PTlHClWl6 kaztj ufbbl GlfLOIldD Kell, T've a food mlnd not te be on thls provram because I wee not eelectcu to be flrst But since the thlng 15 al Pqdf vol cd um and t1cy could not oooolbly Det anyone else to take IP place l gnc. I shell do 1 I mn certalnly dlsplee ed LOHlght I've been thlnfnnd wbont the ue, ne've been treated thls p ee your I am eo dlsvueted, I've cot a good nnnd not to accent ny D EIU I tomorlou nlvnt wnen 11 oouth, offele lt to me Slnce, I 11 mvf Uxlo plece on tme pzoffram to nlgnt, I am nolnv to Gay all that I have been wentlng to ,ay ior the peet yeel I Sup ose thit TlSo fcClondcn would expect we to leof up all trc,e horde 1U Vebe el' LlCLlOHHl , to Ee lf I've pzouounced 'ew correctly lie glrle of E313 school never have a falr ShOV1HQ, Uho get to vo on ell the trlpoo The o S. -1 irallef fave Qclects tle boys for all tne Field lflff To do not have enytnlne to play wlth 1D group 3CL1VltlQo, no volley ball, no czoquet Seto, alsolutelf no athletlc equlpment. If we otend around 1D ou1 Home room, or the CG1IldOT5 ane tell to the boye, Mr South scolds mrs ncdatt flnally maneded to vet us a tennls net, but me couldn't keep up 11th lt fol the boys Soneuay I em oln to bulld me a morld, where tne glrls get all the I'lf?"f1'LS. ONHMT Hi. HAD T1-IL LIB- MOVEJDNT BACK HLRL'9q9?9P CLASS GRUIJBLIJR. QA L -Z D THE GRUWBLFR There 1S one tnln th t t1c eled me thls year and that was the mystexlous Ol anyearance of so many books In Soclalogy Cllot to HF1lt1OI'l a certaln FFT CH PLAY, that was tedlouslj tran lated 1nto French to be presented accordln 15 I thlnk that a few more of the Bod s could have convenlently dlsappeared I thln' a few more of the l dg teachels could have had weddlnn Bell r1nv1np fox them epaxately and lndlvlduwlly thls pa t 5e 1, a hls e t dld and glve Ur South a chance to contlnue hls marvellous abllley of selectln pood lOO,1H men te eher , why the mornln twat the ne teacher arr vcd, I was so mad I rushed lnto the loccer roon to prlno un a b1t and I couldn't vet Ulthlm 10 feet of that mlrror Every other vlrl ln school eened to h ve tle same ldea The teachers decreed that we slould stay out of the Locler rooms durln noon and lecess, the obgectlve belng our health, we needed the fresh a.r The glTlS dl covered wh1le we were UGtt1UL Ph Alr, the teachers had full command of the mlTlOWS to powder thelr nose and become beautlful So, you can well see, the new Man seemed to have eau ed conslderable Chaos D1dn't 1f dlsappolnt you then Mrs hchatt returned so qulckly from an absence due to Flu 9 1lSS Larkln always had to be ab ent bout P weeks when she had the Flu In 2 weeks the g1TlS ln Hone uCOHONlCS could rmke candy every few days 1U the Hcme ECOHONlCS kltchens Boy was lt forever t ty The boys had to be'copycats' and sneak through the wlndows at nlght and cook steak ln our Home Bconomlc kltchens whlch we d1dn't mlnd, BUT when they left all the11 old pots and pans for the Q1TlS to w h That's another tory The Senlor I's and SGDlO1 II's lent u ln Ulot Watern, the whole year They constantly threw paper on the floor, pushed the desk out of order, mlsplaced the chalk, marked on the black boards etc. we got blamed, of course. It-got so bad in our Home Room finally Miss MeClendon, started locking the door when she was not in the room. One day she was late returning T cuss GRUHBUQR: qA.L.2f1.D 'rms emu-.Lama - -3- from lunch, we knew that we were supposed to be sitting in our desk when the second bell rang, So we just raised the windows and climbed into the room fever the lovely flowers, window boxes and allj. Everyone was in place except Dignified Dorothy Nall. She was a little slow getting through the window. Gee, was Miss HcClendon Mad? Well you can imagine. Sure, we all got restricted for a week. Everyone is talking about the Senior II's not even trying to give us a Banquet, this year. They whine that there is a DEPRESSION, on. It depresses me to even talk to them. There was a DEPRESSION ON, last year but we get out and worked and made the money for the BANMUMT, for the Seniors of last year. Mr. Jim Dumas and Miss Ida, his wife, ordered a reel of film for their Movie House and their sons, Jim and Joe ran the film and they let the school sell tickets for the Movie and we got the whole proceeds. That's the way we manage things. Did we get to elect a Hay Queen from the Senior Class? No, as usual, the Senior IIs had their candidate duly elected, in spite of our HSN elub's hard won: to put our candidate Hay Queen. These sweet societies got to be so numerous in both groups, it split the vote. This was our final ch I sure am glad for the sake of thos that Lincoln Mueller graduates thi auful bother. he hides your books and marks such as this: HThe Japs would be if they would only Quitu. It would have been great, if Halter Newman could have come on to school these last few wks. If he had, ance for a Queen. c not graduating s year. He is an mdces bright re- stopped fighting He would have had the largest class of graduates in the History of Foley High School. School tdies in -- so, early, I am always on time Trouble is the rest of the students and faculty are always early. Well there is a lot more but let me conclude with a little poem which will let you know HOU I REALLY FEEL W R f. THE GRUNBLER'S POEM ' 7 C e D C AQLQIJQD 2 0 1 , Irlenfs ulHCL I was a xee glfl Just blg enouvn to wrlte rhywf to cypress NJ feelln , I have trled to WT1t8 llof I am old and Cllldlsh, I U nt to snare them wlth NJ lrlends, the best frlends ever. If you enjoy them pl se tell mc, lf not, just forget them, but not me LCUI., CLAILLE Our iornew S016 lee Teacnerl QDeceasedD ""U ff 00 J l AI 1 AY Down ln nlmbmq' P eve's a llttle old house, I know, Rlnlt at thr door 15 wlde, blue bay I lc the tldes oU1HW to and 10 P1UO tlees wave LhGl1 needles long The alr lS flllel vlth the mock blrd's song 1' I lon for thl soot WHSICGVCT I ml dofn ln Allbam 4 J do'n lH Alrban' 1 XWLLC stud stretches ana inc sea gulls oC1u aloud LQClP call lmef rl,e flom e lK'f s of tne bay lhe orange 15 laden Vlth H een and Hold, nnen the UOlLHldHJ la blttcn and blea. wlth cold h' I'r 'O1D fc. mhercvel an 4-f down 1D Alabmn' lhss Clalke gave me tlls llttle poem after some small favor There lo a whole book of these poems llltten by our beloved hlSo Clarke A L h " f . GILIQHBLQ! fi S PU:-1 to be read at CCHflUslOH OI scllpt ' I Krpf If I knef the draucl whole the HA'sn are kept ' ana could l y mg hands on t1c Aef I'c prll lt oztl hc mv elf to lts contents llberall hGu over my own and my schoo mates cards T strew HT treasures abou 'o vladden hcl' hearts and own heart, .non report cares are VlVGH Olt .If Iqknewwandrawer that was ig enouvh to hold - er ' C'n L I'd lock tqem all ln some flne day and throw away the ke Where never a teacher could flnd lt avaln and'to the end of our days He never have to break any more Ten Commandments o'er llAlln . CLASS GRUB-IBLER: Halma Laurie Gordon, Moss-bf THE CANDLE-BEANS One little candle In a darkened room Can hardly hope To dissipate the gloom. A candle So inconsequential seems and yet how far It throws it's little beams: we boys and girls Perhaps seem powerless Against the gloom of life, the strife, the stress. Just little candle That is all we seem- But just as far Our little beams may gleam. Ruth Gebhart, Stump 'lik . ' - 5- fx- ',- , . 1. - ' wa- xb Q ., . ,,, T Af 0-j ffjl ' I lwL'uL wif" , Wffl' !:Jr.fMJ9 1 ZZMM.. ZQWJMJ JQMK-, Lui, hull Zi' CNW'- ZA Jul f,,,j,H,Q. ..7---. . , AQ f72'd'f07'f Q. , f f22 MdfQlw5ff'Qf7 A J f F J r ! Q x l'j,':a-If ,, 1 A ncnb SEQ u cheer Tet um sing Tu the dccrcrh cl nlL Alma Hafcrn, Mortune'nnd hwulhh may :he huvp' ' j'rifyerity-nlwvyu, f'f' -rw'-iQQff4l4Q1-X wurgen her? HMJ never, ng nu'cr, V+-F She will vlnuys live lang in our memurier A iuvr1's Lg avi dear Qld V.H.5. A Tho glvatcux, grandest, Lest at all Ln? A1 ,-uq,,.. W, v7 -m. V.r. , -, fu .' V f 'lf I '.' x W 1F8?BlBll Song' .I I 5 we kwa! it,fvc hggk gp, our dUty gs ealli .w- 1M I f 'M Ui out of-thoqlifakthgywwe known? " . F'iL1 ' -zv .f rv ' " ' ,J we still iee1.yho5thgi11ga deur latest 8kh1FV we're rehi?wilfnbw'wjr1il to get Gun whulf liybu prq yqrjh1gsn vithnut v ,. N-.,gfa4,bwy'hf +'-4f1Q4wfWfm"KMv May cvch dgy find uenethiug Hrll dune We bid you ai1fuj'deQr 614 High School . Ana leak is the world ggsygmurmiac, .. ,X 'z 4 K ,I Dear claanm3tesQ'dear tgdchgrm, Hon can we cxprnnn itn lUT'ElHCCJC afivaf Yaur patience, your kindneni hun,wen ou: Pew We aid you Gai-speed RF wc go To yeu we sing apr yrbiseu in o honoreq TH -fn, Plmn Hater, Tv bil ,ug gmxcwml ' Q vu-qgyuv-p-1-F-rf'--Q "-- -' I We love you sihcerbly, we dun A 1,. ,-4.q'- l NIGHT llg1.v,uv' . 'V l 'TWCNX-TWQ ,k Graduate' ' l Fr0mL0Ca1. .igf1S6h0O1i ' j ' 'L Pulilicfhnvited i f". My , , Gfaduaflofl exerqaesffor 22 pupils gf F Oley Hlgh Seliqol will begin on Uesdey night, April 26th when the the school auditori' Thursda of .glextlweekl will bg, aslnnight, alsso ati b 01:3 inck. 'Gradua 1 ,exercises will NF -de d Fflday ffl ,1f,'April 29, and gn HY-, May 2. lays. o'clock, will be if 901 mehr, The ublic is cordially f Invited to attend al Q exercises. ' l l . The graduating ass is composed Of Edward B0yle Dan Campbell M Winn, Raymondl Welsh, Harold John,. James Dumah, Joseph Dumas Marvin Lee, Li11C0lf1 Mueller, Norvali Patterson, Paul Schilltz, Misses Edith gfampbvll, Amison ,Callaway, Minnie Attire Callaway, Nettie Mae Dukes,, , me Laura 'G0fd0'h, Ruth Gebhart,f Erma ' . 3' v li , P'l ' ' l Mary Stancil, if-en . lgmm' and! Senior' Class P1219 .W i be presented at C0 CEMENT LEXERQSES clo la Foley High School may well be proud of their commencement week exercises, and Prof. O. P. South and hissplendid corps of teachers are re- ceiving congratulations in apprecia- tion of their splendid year's work and the direction of the various programs presented during the closing' exercises, starting with the baccalaureate ser- vice Sunday, April 24, the Senior play April 136, the class niglit. of Thursday and the closing exercises of Friday night. Class night program was especially interesting, the stage setting being an outdoor scene and the program full of llUlll0l'. The program follows: Ten comandments of- the Seniors. James Dumasg history, Eileen Pil- grimg prophecy, Dorothy Nallg giftor- ian, Amison Callaway, song, classy grumbler, Alma Laura Gordon, last will and testament, Nettie Mae Dukes, the 23rd psalm, Max Winn, the candle-beams, Ruth Gebharg song, class. Prof. D. R. Murphey of the State Teachers College at Daphne delivered the graduating address Friday night. "Life," was his subject and he tried to inculcate the "life worth while" into the minds and hearts of the class and audience. Prof. and Mrs. G. Lund- berg and their orchestra presented several selections which were great- ly appreciated. Those recciveing diplomas were: Edward Boyle, Amison Cllaway, Min- 'nie Lee Callaway, Dan Campbell, Edith Campbell, Nettie Mae Dukes, Joe Dumas, James Dumas, Ruth Geb- llart, Alma Laura Gordon, Carney Jones, Aldona Kowaleski, Marvin Lee, Lincoln Mueller, Dorothy Nall, Eileen Pilgrim, Paul Schultz, Mary Stancil, Raymond Welsh, Max Winn, Norvel Patterson, Harold St. John. Prof. South, who presented the diplomas, complimented the graduat- ing class very highly. In each grade those promoted completely or under condition were also presented for in- troduction and given a hearty ap- plause. Three students, Alton Cates, Edna Ard and Anthony Sute, were given the honor roll of all A grades. Veri CLASS WILL ly I sey unto you. this is the token of the covgnnnt which T mqtq hqtwggn thee end me, and every thing pretaining to high school, for ell suzceedlnv veuere ti0nS Teachers, fellow students and class mates entreet me not te leexw thee for wherever I go I will curry happy, noble wishful thoughts of thee, Thou has been Faithful unto us n nd we recompense thy wort end row vc vf' in full tonight eccordinq to our inheritance end our labors , I, 'httie The lwtuc, mate the following decree. lst. We do bequeth to our beloved principal PT. South, ell the rfsrcdtv ' rfretien and fear in which we hold him so that he mey, when we have yeesel ewey Vw-M this school, distribute seid respect, admiration end feer to the Jr. I's vc ' - wter the stately rooms of learning. Zwl. Let it te shouted from the house tops that we Vive hect to our le' ved teectere ell the unsolicited advice, information, reyrocVs, enmnnitiove wel :letitndee which we heve upon our minds end memories tonieht for we Weel tlet env ' inf no fully end ehundently given as the fore said advice, informetlon, ,Y ref rrmwfn, ed' 'pil lfeue exrl Pletitudes of seid beloved teachers must be of triflinw velue end not H 'th reletlnr in our highly developed minds. 3rd. ?r.Il9e for inns much es you are now the chosen yeople end your H'ey in this school is short we do bequeth to you ell end every correct solvtlon to tech en' 'VUVY sum in erithmetic, algebra, geometry, Chemistry, physics end ell allied eui'ec'c, Hf'h the privilege of referrine to muy or ell ot them freelt 'n the need det v Lth. And Yet as I Speak, behold the Cr.l's become Hr. llf. Verily l 'H tew'e th unto you ell the enrth, or in the H e eve the A's thot ere on the face of the eerth, or in the Verr' subweys under the earth to use freely in NiPi'n1tinv W vt'ly reports that ere pleweinq in the eifht of hypicriticel teechore end pwrevts. 5th. We Give ond bequeth to the Jr. I, TI, end Tll'e our permission 'f H'-m to select teachers who ere lenient according in smell metters of lUVV:Wf'l:f,UM"lUVlV', mumhelinr: throwirnr' spit bells errl lficlfind the person slltinff lr fr- ' 1' l' Cltiqqmi of this town I edmonish Y u to see that such teec'1 - ere H- 'W ' ur children. 6th, And it ce e to pass ttet the individuel lives oV tle uerlort 'V Foley school ceme nieh unto the end. All their percvnll 'de end fh'i ' le will end bequeth es follows: Item I. The French render helonvirf to Wuth Uet'ert t lui' 'W'Vf ell the words written in the martin. Item 2. Aldone Kowollski will her lack of int-rest in '-'i" 'een' " " .H le ' Item 3, Cerrney HOnes says, Verily I sey unto V "fl u. do r't cet f' ' V lt U ' Pl'V hootdy. mhis talent of not setting ceuvht she heeueths to U ncllve H'c Q. Item 6. Joe Dumas wills his Place es Ceptein of the 'not tel. teen A H'd ll'H Item 5. herothy Nall h0Queths her e ility to hose in H-we ec. to f'lHH "h J"p l Item 4. Worvil Patterson does this dey bequeth pe ncntlv to Joh' VW 1' 'I' "f' in the senior room. Item 7. We give and bequeth,unto Ann Smith the boyibh Vlcure of V? 'l'l le lee Velleww Item Item she did 8. James Dumas bequethe to Gem tbCord his drumcllc ebflity. 9. To leon Jersild, artist, we do lequeth Aloe leure horUUU'q ll 3'H. WMV nvwlv on nnterlne hlfh 5 xnnl cnnw clung H. ' ' ' item Ve lo Leon Jersild, artist, we do Peqneth Aiwa Lwwra Hordon's a:1oHa Vh2Qh, she did em-ldv on enter-im hi--h e hnnl fem- wierd 'v-f' ' ' " ' ' 'H' WW'-""" Item.lO. Amison Calloway does this day hequeth io Hillrfd Wvith For ' 'Q U'0 knowledge of History. Item ll. Harold St. John wish-vs to be remembered P" "dl "- ""+f- ' in '.1i'I:: to him his lofty stature. Item 12. With C2-mffvoll wiTJP some of' hor fffftrfl. 'J' ' J' Item 13. Fllward Boyle, in 'rin' some and fwonnf? T"iY"' ' my noisy laughter. Item IA. Fhttie Mae Dukes 2 ,ns Vror vnu? From' reluctantly wills to Vivion Pri r Item 15. 'iven so, Lincolv '1 -Her l"'3j'7f34 ' I younger 'nnorotlon to Ceorvo Item. lo. Uwry qtanofl 'w 1 u ff 1 to Edna Thompson, Item. 17. Mvnvin Loo wil? ','. 'Y 41 ' "f2' ' Jvmos Qfyron his ponitifn no VIS driver. Item IH. Qllfven l'i1"r'E' 'Q 71 " 3' and desk does to Marlene Uuoufrf. Ttom 19.Hnx Winn lwovom his Tlvnhf E Item ZJ.Rs.ymond Weloh's numerous nicknames go to Oeoer Lux-wig. Itelhmq DUI Campbell wills his interest in fooi bell to B111 O'lee1 Item 22.Paul Schultz will his interest in Sr. 1 Class to willerd Polk em! Leiden Bl 7th. We give, will , devise and bequeth unto nobody, neither collectively nos' singulerily our fzood times and associations in high school we carry then throqh the remainder of our numbered days as s reminder that nothing is ever so llborient as it seems. We allow each and every vraduate a merry troop of gran! children to delight with the brave tales of the good obd dqs in high school. Bth. All the rest of our goods, chattels, money, bonds, overdue slips, buses, mortgages, failures, books , compasses, protmcters, 'ewele, b0bb1!ll and whatsoever el! is found that we own after our just do ts end legacies are peid and our graduation expenses are discharged we give devise -md bequeth unto Jessie Porter to dispose of as his fancy dictates. '.Je do entreat and appoint Mr. O.P. South to be the Overseer of this will end we do this day revoke al' former wills and testinents and publish this to be our last will and testinent, In witness whereof we have here unto put our hands this 28th day of April 1932. BY UU. THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1,932 ...- 1 - Graduation Program Friday evening, April Z9 , 1 ss o'ffl,oulii l'1'm'uSs1ml:1l. llwmfzliimn by 'l'l14- li,vx'm'1-ml Nr. 42:11 Music Mr. liumllwrg :mil in-vlwsiz u Afldross MV. IJ. li.. Nun-plufx fi1'zull 1:11,im1 Hung' Ivy Qlw 1-In l'1'0Su111:1,1iim1 uf fliplmnzns Ivy Mr. U. l'. Smith Rf0vvssimu:1,l Mrs. SIIIHIVI livrwfliviifmll 'l'l1v lff'x'vl'mn1l MV. 11:1 In V 9 I I 1 fix ff" CURRENT NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF CLASS OF '32 Raymond Welsh 7 East Horloester Court Mobile, Alabama 36608 Paul F. Schultz P. O. Box 488 Foley, Alabama 36535 Nettie Mae CDukesJ Younce Younce Hardware Store Chickasaw, Alabama 366ll Max Wynn 7411 - 41st Street, Avenue N St. Petersburg, Florida 33700 Norvil Patterson Bon Secour, Alabama 365ll Edith CCampbellJ Thames ll5l Jenke Avenue3Q Pffffg Panama City, Florida 324017 ' Dan M. Campbell flN4lj,: 1705 Kathryn Drive Tallahassee, Florida 32303 Alma Laura CGordonD Moss T P. O. BOX 606 ' Foley, Alabama 36535 James F. Dumas 2003 Dauphin Street Mobile, Alabama 36600 Eileen ipilqrimj Cole 410 Evans Street Heflin, Alabama 36264 Ruth fGebhartJ Stump Route l, Box 75 Foley,,ilabama 36535 Dorothy KNallJ Decker P. 0: BOX 518 Foley, Alabama 36535 Toni C. Deaux fAmison Callaway? 2308 Bayberry Drive Savannah, Georgia 31404 Mi Or Al Ro Su nnie Lee CC1llw ,J Bro anqe Beach, l 1 3656 dona fKowal ute l, Box mmerdale, Alai xv 11 H0 Ind I fl Do y l e lll West Moll I Pe altw, Uallf 7U Jfgf , iff., -4'7L,6.,'gfC4fL5C M ' 4 D XXL ' ,Cd f . 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Minnie Lee Callaway, with some vfriends, enjoyed a pleasant Sunday afternoon at the Gulf. Dorothy Noll spent the week-end at a house party at Cooper's Landing. Mary Stancill spent the week-end with Carney Jones. James Dumas and Marvin Lee play- ed in the orchestra for the I-Ia1lowe'en party at the auditorium Saturday night. Dorothy Nall gave a reading -and several others of the Senior class were present. - The members of the Senior class present at the Hallowe'en party at Swift's Consolidated School Saturday night were: Dorothy Nall, Mary Stan- cill, Amison Callaway, Alma Laura Gordon, and -Marvin Lee. According to the standard of grad- ing we now have an "A" room. Beau- tiful window boxes have been supplied by Miss McLendon, filled at the Per- fection Nurseries. The windows, blackboards, and walls have been washed, fresh flowers are always on the desk, the floor is always free from papers. We have cause to he proud of our room, ' pda? semi .views """'1i1 ' 4 SEXIORJ. , 1 N iisiali' Stanc111.nmoteu to Ebe 3 i 0nR?1Lihdge7bhart motored i0 Pensacola .d r. ' i 0nL?izicEb1l1i1 allllueller motored to Orange da i Belilzilnnfild Caiilaway motorcd toifqhe Gulfwith friends on Sunday dig Nettie Mae Dukes men , .- n , ' at the auditoiiul ibasket ball game on Friday evening. hui prize at y - '1 won t Hg 'th?11xii13ii-Earsflijliziiilqcigl ball at Inlberta- on i Saturday evening- I T , I SENIOR Il , . ,. - d ' ood and Afthur ' R'LhZ3'g1'gIIheUgnueZ1t?' of Vivian Reed ic - on Saturday Wffmng' -Y - g V Vklgf-1-l..m' A --1:1 tiiq' " "" "'A""' - .l+.f.A .--...e . f . ' ' irffoleyiehooi News ' SENIGR 111 ' Carney Jones and Ra ' D - . . jrmond Welsh were visitors at Pensacola on Friday. , Aldona Kowaleski spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Beneta Nauyokas at Foley. I Edith Campbell attended the fish fry at.Lillian on Thursday. Dorothy Nall entertained a group of young people with a "backw'1'd . 1 I party." at her home on Friday night WI ' i iarvin Lee reported a pleasant Sunday afternoon spent with some friends at Cooper's Landing. i . Amison Callaway spent the Thanks- giving holidays in Mobile. Ruth Gebhart, Nettie Mae Dukes and Lincoln, Mueller attended the Thanksgiving service at the Baptist church on Thursday evening. Those Seniors who attended the dance at the Legion hall on Thursday night were Joe and James Dumas, Walter Neumann, Lincoln Mueller, Mack Winn and Alma Laura Gordon. Lincoln Mueller and Francis Irwin went hunting on Saturday. Ruth Gebhart spent Sunday at Daphne. - Edward Boyle motored to Josephine on Sunday. ' Paul Schultz went fishing on Thanksgiving. Eileen Pilgrim spent the Thanks- giving holidays at Miflin with her family.. vw, N ff fkfr X iff i ? , + -? .. ., as if ,-an jffw vvgi -J- X .ze 7 f a T it ff 1 3.1 ..' ."::ff5i.iyi',y .L1i'1, ' K" ' -,H h if e " .- k - ' ' 1 semen III f Al X Sponplg E f . X f Q' 2 l 1 gi,--... ,.i...-.-...lu zl""I 5"l . L ' "' r Olney Serzooi iv ews iMiss MoLendon, 'Alma Laura Gor- ldon, Lincoln Mueller, Walter Neu- mann, Joe and James Dumas and Max Winn attended the dance given by the National Guard at the Legion Hall :on Saturday evening. P The Seniors who were present at ithe football banquet on Friday even- ing are Joe and James Dumas, Dan Campbell, Max Winn and Raymond Welsh. , 'Dorothy Nall spent the week-end on ahouse party at Cooper's Landing. 'The flowers in our window boxes iare growing nicely thanks to Perfec- tion Nursery and Miss McLendon's care. The Senior English class is studying spelling now. We had several spell- ing matches, and also some written T lessons. The girls won on Wednesday and Thursday. The champions on Wednesday were Eileen Pilgrim and Amison Callaway, Thursday, Amison Callaway, Friday, Eileen Pilgrim and Amison Callaway, Monday, James .Dumas and Amison Callaway. Mary Stancill was out of school last week, due to illness. We are glad to have her back again. 'Eileen Pilgrim attended a party given by her sister at Miflin on Fri- day night. ' All the boys of our class were per- fect in attendance last week. v .. v--', F' ' ' "'- ' .SENIOR III 4 Nettie Mae Dukes spent Frid evening with Ruth Gebhart. 'Marvin Lee enjoyed a swim c Saturday. T Eileen Pilgrim attended a party Peterson's Point on Saturday evenin Aldona Kowaleski motored to Pei sacola on Sunday. - g Mary Stancill motored to Mobile c Saturday evening. - Minnie Lee Callaway had ash' weekk-end guest her sister, Mrs. Bi ford Williams, of Mobile. We are glad to welcome Elizabe Karnes into our English class. Eileen Pilgrim motored to Pens cola on Thursday afternoon. .loc and James Dumas, Max Win Lincoln Mueller and Dan Campbell a 'tended the basket ball game at Ba Minette on l"riday evening. Amison Callaway spent Frid night and Saturday at her nome Bon Secour. ' Edith Campbell and Dan Campbu spent Sunday at Atmore. We are now studying Hamlet our English class. fir' GNY' if, GENERAL NEWS All the absent teachers have return .ed to their post. ' ' L don visited,Mo Miss Wilma Mc en iihile over the week-end. Mr. Moffat visited Pensacola on l X ,gy eff- Jn- A 1 j F H55 1 ,wi mea J Foley Schooi Neff..-fe 1 . ,yi q .Q , X QMA yr fe 'Sunday afternoon. Voncile Moore has been elected Daphne May Queen with the follow- ing maids: Eileen Pilgrim, Edna E Jones, and Claudia Thompson, va ' 'll ls be four little Lenoir. There wi a o flower girls. Miss McLendon will act as chaperone. U The students are all busy finishing up their work for the year. We have had a very successful school year, notwithstanding - the fact that the .erm was cut two weeks short. Q W SENIOR III ' I Mary Stancill motored to the Gulf on Sunday. ' Carney Jonies spent Thursday night with Gladys Lane. Alma Laura Gordon went swim- ' ' 't Sunday ming at Peter sons Pom on . Lincoln Mueller and Raymond ' Point i Welsh motored to Petersons ' ' G lfyg on Sunday moi ning and to the u ' the afternoon. R d in ii ' Gordon, Joe Dumas an Alma La ra -,Amison Callaway attended ..the dance ' t da even- at the Legion Hall on ba ur y ing. ' . Carney Jones visited Pauline Howell on Sunday. afternoon. Ruth Gesbhart, 'Nettie Mae Dukes and Alma. Laura Gordon attended a '1 Gebhart's home party at Mrs. Ceci on Thursday evening. Dorothy Nall gspent the week-end at a house party at Cooper's Landing. Paul Schultz, Lincoln Mueller, Rny- d YVe1sh and Nettie Mae Dukes mon y attended church at Bon Secour on Sunday evening. - 'I ... ' ' . Q SEE HTITIITTSSITII PTP?" IITIIRIIIUIII TIIINITTIY WITH A IIIIIITGE TIAVTITTINTHTITT IIIITS I PRESENTTIIBY I The Senior Class OF THE FOLEY HIGH SCHOOL msn scnum Iunnumum TUESDAY IVENIIIG I APRIL 261932 EIGHT II'IIIIIIIII I , H ADMISSION AND 35 CENTS - I I I .-. f -1 ' I .. J.. W.-, .4 T Congratulations to the Seniors of '32 J .TfDUlVlAS Congratulations r Seniors to Congratulations the Seniors of '32 B Congratulations Seniors LUE HEAVEN DR G co. GHHY Bros- E. Kill. llllllllll SERVICE sm. EQQHQSUMQZQEL YO RHOME .81 F. STORE Shamrock Cafe . Foley Buililine TUW Df.1.ff3i?E:T:3-gzizf' Sf'NS'ffl2'ffffffYf"J'i rx Supply CO. Foley, Ala. D. L. St. John, Prop. Congratulations llllilllll yin. 33 Foley Motor Co. See us for- V-8 and 4 Fords H "PROFESSOR PEPP" 'CHARACTERS I Professor Peterkin Pepp, a nervous wreck .... - ,.... James Dumas Mr. C. B. Buttonbuster, a giddy butterfly of 48 - Dan Campbell oward Green, his son, who had the court change ' Paul Schultz Foley Bakery verything Baked Fresh Today. E his name ....... .. .....,....... , .......................... -.-.-- Sim Batty, the police force of a college town .... Lincoln Mueller Congratulations Peddler Benson, working his way thru school -- Raymond Welsh from Noisy Fleming, just out of high school ......,.... -..Harold St. John Pink Hatcher, an athletic sophomore ................,. - ..,.. Joe Dumas Betty Gardner, the professors' ward ,...,.......,......,. Ei'een Pilgrim Aunt Minerva Boulder, his housekeeper - .....,.. -- ..... Dorothy Nall Petunia Muggins, the hired girl .,.,., - .,....,,,.... ......Edith Campbell Olga Stopski, the new teacher of folk dancing -- Ruth Gebhart Kitty Clover, a collector of souvenirs ..,.,.......... Amison Callaway Vivian Drew, a college belle ..........,,,.......... Alma Laura Gordon I GEORGE HOLK Irene Van Hilt, a social leader - ...........,..... -,- ........, l'ttl ' ' oore. eor e ong. e Rich, Arthur Rich. Marvin 'g S P 't Sam MCC Caroline Kay, the happy 1 e freshman Nettie Mae Dultes College Students: Hilda Howell, Minnie Lee Callaway. Voncile M G g L G orge Rapp, Sidney Howell, Oscar Lge. Edward Boyle, Oscar Lur- Carney Jones Congratulations to Seniors of '32 CHILORESS 1 wi ,bam oi er, or .h 'Ililec dais ml September. F E: sma col ege town. , VA Accompanist-Mrs. Harry Waller. Congratulations Congratulations i Congratulations and i Hayes Variety to Seniors of '32 to Seniors of '32 Success to Seniors of '32. Sf0re C A Foley ldardwarc CO. Riviera Utilities OURAIIQQVLEJECES General Merchandise , Sportmg Goods p Corpofatmn TALKERS Foley Mortuary Company Com an Ambulance. Call At Yourligervlcyei Day Of Nlght . lHi ONllllllllR Our Wish, Seniors, Is Health and Happiness-Always. ,r .1 A a.-H, ,. .L ul.. .iJi':,fJ - 'V I ,li i-'4'g 4 ff? zjieni 5 9 Vlfeiyb N fl 345 " ! 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'Q Whofhad- l - - n 2:the1.po11cef Paul,-Schultz: ,Sun .Bei Y., l at -- 'rce of1a,college AMQEZV11, :L1?1C01nQMue1?3l - - ' lerT'Benson,jworkmt!'111.5 wave 'thrujsc , aymond gWelsh31NQl5Y l1Flem1ng, , Ju th,0fi.Q,Qhig11Vschool, l 7Hgg'oldl St. Johngv , ' -"Hatcher, -an atnleticisophomore, Joe asg Betty l Gardner, 'the professor'slward,--7.-Elleep ' Pi1g1"ll'l1Q Aunt ' Minera Boulder, 31,10 l housekeeber ..eD.orothy. allhg- fl-Pctumafz h, h ed 1rl 'Ed1th'Camp- Muggins,te xr ug , I, ,I ' h tteacherf, bell' Olga Stopskx, t e new 'of .folk W dancingfllutht Gebhartg' Kitty-- Clover, alcollector of souvenirs,-Ami-fy son Callawayg Vivian'lDrew,'a collegei belle ,Alma Laura- Gorldong1Ireue.Van 1 '-Hilt,, a' social..'leader,3 Carney J onesg I Caroline Kay,' the happy little fresh- 5 man Nettie Q --Mae. 'Dukesg 'eollegef students: Hilda"-VHowe11, Mmme Lee Callaway Voncile-'V Moore, ' George F , Y f Long,'- George 1Rapp, bxdncyl Howelln '.Oscar.-Rich, Arthur--Riehg M3TV1l1-'LCC,A' Edward? Boyle, Uscar,fj'Lurwy1g',l ,Samx PQ1jter,'atSa,m:5McCord. 'ljL1:',":! , j f,:'fg 15 ' V' -,rfg-,fl.2pw:'f-'f,e l I , ' , -Qi? ' E ' - - f -' -' ...wl 1f:.,':m, . qi,L..',,,-3-.-..1.,p5i,sg-.l.fa,MLf-we A K l'f'?fE.3-lifh' T. --, l--, I ago- newX.C1a5sx!vtPlay?IInBlg:?4-SucceSS.:l'..I.Jv 44'fiTh5,ASenior"class-'-p1ay?Was,ffgiye'5. Qn, f-M13eZ?pi66Q2lA0fAthe ,With P humorjand 1 Tuesday fl:,' n ightv'andT.waSaf re t , - t moste-'cqmmendabmef2Qma1Xneff?ff,:,.?lfl 3? The Play "i"Professoli"Pe XP." girecPQF1!'bY'a MES Lightlloetglhf - Welt, C21 Qblevand efficient,,teachers Ofithe ,'hi51j7SCh001Z -jiy'-,'52Q?ffT":lf-fi." gr' V l - at fifinterspersed 6 K M.. 4' gl- xh 913-P7 . 1... a-J-ze 'J' ' "Y" 'lli 3 "-'xx , . " -. ,, if 5 ,L ,, , , ,. 1 , l A . .,-I ..g., ,,-uf ,gn 1 ,x In v 2 .. ., , . , , , ' 1, H". "" ' Fx- J- 'z-.wil r' "'-'-fr., - -V 1 'c ' - ,5.,w, ',g,n' ,- 24.4. V, Y ya, -- 7. ' " ' .. A 1 I., , ,,.,. .- -I - V., 4, , - A L- .. .. - W. ' , .,... ,vi .AA .:..-' -.n.. ,- , ' ' .. ,,,., f,,,- . :. I+ - I I, . , , 'rl' ' ' '. . ' tw" ' - IrNi,tewtLon.5 63 We Pewmmw JN ffif 'M gf - as I J.Jt:uCuu.uunl, env ...- . .,.. , f 1 Brasher Delivers Baccalaureate. A simple yet beautiful baccalaureat 'service was held at th F l C e fo ey school faiuditoriu S ' ' H A ' I m unday evening.. 1 . - The choirs of local churches led b y yi i Mrs. Ehls, furnished the musi di . c an iwere joined by the entire audience rs. Winn Martin played the proces- sional and the graduating' class of 22 ' members entered, 11 girls and 11 boys. Prof. O. P. South opened the service and J. M, Stapleton, president of the local school board, gave the invoca tion. Rev. J. O. Gash pastor of th , e JBaptist church, read the scripture I as p sage, followed by a wonderful ser- mon on "Life," by Rev. Brasher, pas- p tor of the Methodist church. His well chosen words should be remenib- -1 crcc thru life by everyone present, and the b I eautiful thoughts he presented in f lbehalf of those honored by the occa- l lsion will long be cherished among' lthese lovely young lives just coni- ltgencing their journey in the walks life. The closing prayer was of l 'Y Wed by Rev. A.. R. Cates, pastor 'ol LE Presbyterian church. A I i f 1 QA!-cz,f F 4 . AV' 1 .1- HERFF-JONES CO 1411-19 North Capitol Avenue INDIANAPOLIS f ff fi x , ,f , lnitials ,......... f ....... ........ . L.. Size ..... l 1 f.Twenty-two members of the 1932: grad " 4 ' 7311133 iw ' ' -W DIPLOMAS T0 BE VEN FREDAYT S OLEYSTUD NTS Will Be Made By, Dr. D. R. Murphey of , Daphne Normal uatmg class of Foley High School be awarded di ilomas bv P1 of l . ' - P. South at graduation exercises riday night, April 29, at 8 o'c1ock. ' are 11 girls and an even num- boys in the class. DQ R. Murphey, president of ,' 'Daphne Normal School, will ad-' e graduating class. is the program for Fri- F night: by the Reverend llflizi Mr. Lundburg and orchestra. Mr, D. R. Murphey. song, by the class. of diplomas, by Mr. th. 5-'Sou Mrs. Sanders. fl-1 'p.DV91'Gl'Vi Mr. Gash. f Tiomme rzeeme mt YF QQ he NX dw ua X .i 4.-.- ...A WW- 'nur-' Behold! The Seniors! ,- ' 1 4 U -Xl flu 4-t m1v'r'w:w--1 fur' all ww R iiI1t1lNIM'1'lilHX'1Ilk'H'l4'1f1l'IY I Im nk .111 p.11.xpI1.A,x1m, .lu lmm- 14-111011 vu '1lwff-Qzwixhziflmas,fi-lui-''51-m1x1'in114l .Il ,,. sczxm1'sz110p1unuulg, my 1111-1-flnxf N' In ug'1':11x1. , 4 Y PROG QA N 'll-1: YiUNl1liLlIHll!1K'1I1r4HfTilL'Sf1!l1HI'S .l:m1Qf ijlllllili llvxlmjx' :':fl1'L'll Y E1-g1'i1n. 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Q Foley High 1932 grads meet for class reunion Eleven of the 22 graduates of the Foley High School class of 1932 attended their 40th class reunion Saturday night at the Holiday Inn. Raymond Welch, vice presi- dent of the class presided in place of James Dumas, who was unable to attend. After a social hour and dinner, an informal program was held with the reading of the Class Prophecy by Dorothy Nall Decker, the Class Will by Nettie Mae Dukes Younceg the Class Grumbler by Alma Laura Gordon Moss and Candle Beams, a poem, by Ruth Gebhart Stump. A memorial service for four deceased mem- bers of the class, Joseph Dumas, Carney Jones Camp- bell, Marvin Lee and Mary Stancil Keller was conducted by Toni Callaway Deaux. Living members of the class are Harold St. John, Raymond Welch, Paul Schultz, Lincoln Muller, Nettie Mae Dukes Younce, Max Wynn. Norvil Patterson. Dan Campbell, Edith Campbell Thames, Alma Laura Gordon Moss, James F. Dumas, Eileen Pilgrim Cole, Ruth Gebhart Stump, Dorothy Nall Decker, Toni Callaway Deaux, Minnie Lee Callaway Brown, Aldonia Kowleski Trav- is and Edward Boyle. Those attending the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Campbell and daughter, Debby Franzell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Decker, CWO. Air Force fret! and Mrs. Robert L. Deaux, Alma Laura Gordon Moss and guest, Henry Frizzell, Lincoln Mueller and guest Ruth Brock- man Kirkland. Norvil Patter' son, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Schulz. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stump, Aldonia K. Travis, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Younce and guests. Mr and Mrsuuscar llich. Reminiscing of the activities ofthe class of '32 ta Depression classi of trips to the gulf beach when there was almost no habitation there and many large sea turtles and of school- room pranks and each member of the class telling something of what has happened to him in the intervening years. provided the main interest of the evening. fi' M Reunion Of FHS Class Of 1932 Eleven members of the class of 1932 of Foley High School who Youncc. Raymond Welch trear v, Aldonia Kowleski Travis Ruth attended their 40th class reunion are shown above. From left are Gebhart Stump. Alma Laura Gordon Moss. Paul Schultz Dan Dorothy Nall Decker, Toni Callaway Deaux, Nettie Mae Dukes Campbell, Norvil Patterson and Lincoln Mueller. -,-.-.-..


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