Fulton High School - Forum Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

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'fly' iii 4 Oglethorpe and the colonists mee! with Toniochichi and other Indian chiefs to form treaties of friendship THE FORUM Published by THE STUDENT BODY or FULTON HIGH SCHOOL Atlanta :: Georgia VOLUME X --if ---- --- --V-Y-.-,,.-...--..v....,-.fam v.,-V-, c .- COIOIl,iSlS clearing lam! at Savarznah ln deep appreciation of his interest and cooperation in every, phase of our school activities, of his untiring sym- pathy with our every problem, and of his guidance throughout our high school career, We, the staff, dedicate this, the tenth volume of THE FORUM, to our prin- cipal, lVlr. Ralph L. Ramsey, gentleman, scholar, and friend of all. U MR. R. L. RAMSI-:Y The Indians leaching the colonists to Hsh with bow and arrow Foreword We, the editors of THE FORUM, have Worked faithfully and earnestly to produce this hook. Through its pages We venture to herald a message of love and friendship, the code of which We have endeavored to live. If by chance you find in this hook that which you do not like, exclude that from your thoughts. Retain only the most pleasant memories of the days spent at Fulton High School. Colonists exploring the SICUIIIIIS QCONTENTS Glasses Military flthlettcs Qrgantzattons jeatures Q' ease MR. J ERE A. WELLS Superintendent Slaculty MR. R. L. RAMSEY Principal ' ' ' '-' ' ' ""' ' ' ' " ""' '-,Hp - :,,:i Jvvvwfvvw .... - L., .,,.. v.A.,,YAAgAQ an uf,- r--4-4--4- fi 'XA' 4' 4.1 4"""Jvxfxfxfvxfvxff" N - E - E - - -- .. .A... 48--41,4-..1N- .ails-.h. .4,,A x' SALLIE SHANNON Assistant Principal-Mathematics MARGARET ALLEN Librarian MARY L. BROOKS Home Economics I LEILA BUNCE Home Economics ALICE COOPER Commercial J. C. EPPINGER Mathematics H. L. FULLER Science G. W. GASQUE English GERTRUDE M. GORDON Clerk av E. HAMMACK Language V 'f..4,.' '.4.."",...c"'.'4,,'.,.' 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S fi? 7255-'31 A ' - ' 5'-L ,JVVXXNIXXN XXAKX-fX"J School .History While we are on the subject of bicentennials, let us consider the Fulton High School system and its growth in its seventeen years of existence from two garret rooms on Garnett Street to three large, modern, completely equipped school build- ings-Fulton, North Fulton, and Russell High Schools. just imagine what will be the growth of our system by the time it celebrates its two-hundredth anniversary! Back in the good old days of 1915, Fulton County decided that its younger gen- eration deserved a high school of its own. Two small, inadequately lighted rooms on the corner of Garnett and Whitehall Streets were rented and the first year they were filled to overflowing. The next year, a building on the corner of Whitehall and Trinity was used, and there Fulton remained until 1925, when it moved to the present SIIG. The first year passed, under the guidance of Professor Hopkins, with. of course, no graduating class and only four faculty members. Mr. Guy A. Moore succeeded Professor Hopkins. Then lVlr. W. F. Dykes took the helmg and lastly, lVlr. R. L. Ramsey, who is principal at the present time. These men, with the help of very able faculty members, have succeeded in making Fulton one of the foremost schools in the state. Graduates from Fulton, continuing their higher education, have always ranked among the highest in scholarship. In sports Fulton generally excels. Between 1916 and 1920, the "Fulton Ferocious Feminine Fiven was famous for its smashing vic- tories in basketball. For further information on the subject, a sports feature section is included in our annual. The R. O. T. C. of Fulton has won its honors under the able leadership of Ser- geant R. L. Campbell. Major Bentyne, General Dashiel, Captain Orrill, and Lieu- tenant Fuller, who is also a faculty member, have assisted. The Fulton unit has won the position of honor school in the annual corps area inspection several times, and HA Companyw has held a banner presented to the uBest Drilled Company in Fulton County" for several years. Numerous clubs have been organized in the course of a few years, some of which are National Honor Society, Dramatic Club, Home Economics Club, Glce Club, Hi-Y Club, Literary Society, and Officers' Club. Fulton High could never conscientiously complete a history without some men- tion of 'gBob." Bob has been our janitor since the school began. He has always been more than willing to drop whatever he is doing in order to accommodate a student or teacher. For the last few years, Bob has had an assistant, Vlfill. If Fultonimakes as much progress in the next hundred and eighty-three years in proportion to that it has made in the past seventeen, its bicentennial will be a great one. CHARLES MOORE, -0--0-4' " ' '-V ' ' ' ' "S""" '1-"4-9,1-af' 'L IX i-,.- 5 5.5, W, . ,W gn Memoriam ln memory of our beloved teacher, counsellor, and friend, Mrs. Ruth Ralston Johnson, who 'Ahas wrapped the drapery of her couch about her and lain fl0YVll to pleasant dreamsfi She will live always in the hearts of those who were privileged to be associated with her here at Fulton High School. Died March 13, 1933. Fulton .High School T , f X I E 5' l E 1 -4 1 '- -,:-:rfl Q '- 5:1 W , - ':-u. .V I 1- - ' -'f'l1"L, Aqfhg r g fi f i ' A' h a' , an 3,,.,,kv'. 'L5!.14u : - , 4 ' '. ,A '1-,v f E .E eq ' mg A W E I :fy ', " ' 4 5 I 11 1 , . 'Hg 1 ' ' a VI' , Z I F 5 I I I Y' " I 5 A Q 'f!:5E qu I '- ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS: Vice-P1-esiderzz of the I Con ederac Governor o Georffia at deaflz. S j,ff"""' f y, f O . Qs. 1 fb , ' 1 , - , alfa 221 ' N - . , , ,4 ,,.,T,,,- ' V 5: , I I I, ' .1 ,ff A 1 W-qf , ,fl wgifyg x i'3I I Ci" " AKZJ. .' . pm-ws. 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"1"'f 1f""'A'f',,N"' """ 'H"s"hM"""' "",1Y I ' 'Z " V' f'X!N"X, NN' ROBERT 0LLIE-.XD-X- " a CE YVILLIAM BARTLETT, 6'Bill" GC 99 Honor Roll, '29, '33g Baseball, '31f , 33 retary and Treasurer Hi-Y, '32, 5 P Officers' Club, '32, '33T'L"l'eH'Uenant ' ' '33: Annual Staff, '32, '33g Who ,x,- ELZAITTEH W f w . ., S Duty f L3 "Ne o today whfg-can be put off , . 3 fx L w." EC' Sidsig? Litera Soc' ,-29,..3' ' 0. J .., - --+. - -xm- '-'---E5 f L 'ETTBQQLEIAK-E4TE5rij7l?4gfev, -g 1 all n th 'IFB fw ssg X ft' s Evice th Lb as es uc e s" jr W N, GC Z, J "Hold wh 1lJfnz,MQI-1-IN gra5 fL X. 'Ulf zmlef, .s Literary oc1 y,' 9 P3015 .Hnmre sf? orlxics , Litef' t , , I sismisg 5egl4Qzl:V:f1lEa'1q'3e,sa1EiaamLf,frl, 3 Se jg 5 3' ,333 Rifle ean'1,lji'T1ET5i2 , ,..... Q , I1 'I 'L - ,' :AW , , LIAR FRAN y" EDDYLOWENlBjHfE Ed A Jann' , l I l H "lf I '11 - -74' Er d ,t Cvme ay, go L- o Ise ,Sl day. WI, , l , y Tn er V 0 I Q . r . "' T". . 4 If I am? that's1th,e,7':ud.,' Clglifettrf? 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Had AIN B RTHAAHQARMICHAEIg3Tiny,, tongue at w11l,,and was neue 'loudI'I I I I IIWIJI: I Debating: S i f7l'jIx'3lg4Gf EQuSI:f3.6f?3l2fFT2'Ti:'l1TY In If grcagir tIza'!IfH?QgL'- '31: Glee j' gm 'Sly G I ,II'30gQ 'lilg I 'I JI II DqbgtfniilfyrietyiI'29,-130,3IIRh,1Iaga TRE15resentu- Igibrar tg, faa qom Ii I '3iIv':g:f: I II I II tiveI' lg II q01jh,IQiup11a4l.4z1 In ,jsqi WH? 3? - I 'Llf I E 2,11 -eU,I1P5 ,ri Sad 51,1Tn,1iifPFfr'3'?t'w-I-e-Blu - 31' E QW " ' , T-, TI I I,,-Ik i7,A-l'L..-.-.,..:.,',,flwffl'IfE' Ji 2 Q1 'I'-If-' - fT1ff.f XII H 'I-rife lsiiiggiuiii -.WYT9 f'1lV ' flrI I L f AI -Ihfff-:ff MIEIIgvivi.f:,:f?g' ?li:iiAlgf 'If Ut- --W1 , 1 . r ' ff --16 --H -H-W V----f-fgefe LHYH 5.1-I , - 'I " ' , I I , ,Il-Y Y-1:17- I I.L-jjj:-4-f'--eil-A' 1:4,.-::A.,,-A, II , Y , Y Y., I I II' VX III ,I '4I.iLLw- fwff++ alll 1 u I . w I 'd'-'4r:"-A:-i K 4-,Y Y 7 ' Mia' 'gi 'JI' . 4.11 43,31 ::l-i, II I I-L, ,... . 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' , f' - ' F. s.,..a2'- .- F tb 11, 'su , J D '35 . , elgpmiiterary Society, '33?'3?I: Cag- X - -- -Y .7 l Z tain y, '3 ASenio1i A' I .N , ' , 'cr,' u , ' , ', , nnua AL BT, ARTER, "Sm" sta? ia, 1.Y, gzfsi: hu' wh, as: Pm- Qin' ' ' 'K ' 1' 1lCTit po class 'xo-'rn-dzxzf--5, "Eat, dri ' ahh bk-Q4 nal LQLM: 0l'I' '19 may ' ' 1 5' -Aj W HT W - .1 Pwdcgyvf 51119 -" -, ' ,-- I I j I --- - ,-R .Ag lx 2 F' A ,-cc so Jgjtirar !SeJ5gtyJ4'2fQ!, 'sognmn '31, if MARVIN t " : ett r' vQk, 4 '- -'A 1 '-' if f-' kj "'f "We must eat 'M and: ' to eat." ll 4 g M, .7 egimrary 'Society'. 29, 30 P841 or , ebate, 'f53: KATHERYNQXTLY E V ATHALI7 n' S rgmlry framatx Q L3-H is Who, 33. "Looking at 'tQel QQ Jrlfzlv oggh use co red J A Hgljiseq' ' , GIKKACE QERA ,DINHiql1ITVS'TQ1Q:-Ig erry" -33c'i5'f3"lfaif5f'c3fi5,5i?3"' Sm 'Dinh' 'fm' '3" give dnd 31 'P 'Age 'Ll azz." ' -Q-lfffflfii A' ' 'Ln "'H0Jm Ee-onomass-C' '-'TElT3E1l5l.C2,M5?Em1.LC.Lub, 1----iff "A" ww - '35 W 11iij"'."F A ' "TT ff-2-5 1 , f, . ,, , M -+4-I-'-' H P- LOUISE FRANcEsfGH-KNDLL , 'W ee IC I "The most prcciorts-arbibfesiemne in sgmzll WVILLIE 1W?f'EEClWVl3UIi!Q,q'XV-fl11EiNIaud,, frmalqlgggtggd WLKL-M,A.,1.q, LM5, A L, ,' ,". TWVIIT, , H fig! --7i'T W ,- T-Q - -fqfzzn F zeveiquz Vq Ittersgrrgver-wm. Honor 73 f E311 ,Gir se el, '32, 33:1 w - -if Q1 jr' '. 1 N1 7 Lltcr oc ty: 'Sd' '33, '3E,g ew ' ite ar ' ' :- 561145, '80, Re er '3 5 P 0 1 ' ' orgin fin l'3'.g' rd r e , 1 ' ,xxljfinor C Witt , 3. '1' ,qv :A -1. ,' Y -' 11" ' 4! " ' xx-- ' ' "Q, F7 ' Yfif, --- ,,.-, :Lf ' j, 4114 4 .1. Q 5 . ,,M,mf- ly! Rilllf 4+ -W WJ- 'i'ff',"l -Jill f Q ,,,, ,mgfxt gwgl, ' ' f Q ,,Qg1L,' Ji I A Lf ii 1 - ' ' L, ' 1 i H 1513" hf'h1l"iWl Y i JAMES RLEE, uCurl 7 K li VIVIAN DODGEN, '4Put', HTH do or not ,O day "Be U svnmrfnnzl let-who will be cleverf, - - "7 . . fy 1 f 1 W andol' b,.2a04..I1ebm' f S -' m,, '29, 'sog Llterary Society' 28' 29' Band' YK 31' ' ffj Qulied rozgs uresentativc, Ecxjjnrntic Club. Wi X lf H362 'l R ' vos, '33: Annual Sponsor, '33g , , I-f ' ' VN 1 Wlfemghif- M NIOIRRIS LULENE CUELEE, -h H "Just LQ11iSB!C 4111111611510 yolug blul-s fifty. M' 1 F' G ' ILLXIXI. SX DigNA5.TJJZigQCiC,, L' s',' ""gsg sfr, '. -. ab, , D . -V' 17 Vi -, EL 111.1131 'bills 'IIT "1 P-ll rs uciety, 'iillz B W M350 , Azgllllfljdfl mix C Wub' 53- U "This abovepfzr HEI- Q? Uzir 0lUl:jfl.f be truef, Enll 1 I 'F . , Debating ,So i: f' .,l3 3-Bed Cross. Rcgxre- Ir S1 D N PGH? H adle, septaifive, '2953 ,- ite a ciety, '52, '3i: on- ppy WIIII 1, fo IIKZEQ Stltutwn Revvrfgl 2.TT53. , y n he fl 11131 co 1en d li me?" 'W " 'L -"T 'V ociet , ' ' rym' Z 0 'Bly Re.I ,N .U R ' L tl , ' 11 2' R' ' ', '33: PH1L1L11l xlAHLD,HDOB ON, ' Pl11nl,' fl Se? ns: A ll1liF55gl1S0? 52? .. L . T .L -.-f 'N' I exggg ngryzorcfjqnz Hfzfzgryx tlmh that A 7 'fffhffiy-fil l 'V-iHN,.1LcEF fu11iS?3H6Zas1- Annual Rev ' .' ' - -330' Red moss 557 n?StQiii2R1?Znkc'KY1Y1r favs?-a-ppeulg Reprebentatlve, 30, Qffwers'-Glu , 33. 1 mYfaEL,,f- . r Qs dent HBE 04 Huixdi-QRLLHIIBO, '31, T - 4-l " W '-3 t Typi t,--Y'2i0: Draingixtic Clsxb. 'fa "' " - ,, , Q OIL, ' -E retaryx.-Hqnxe ass, " 1: , Q r r r , fu- -2 s lub-'-2,1333 Q1 xigifentatge. M' ,'3C: ' 'fl Qi' C, C I' ' Lot f ' V ' ' I l 9frA 'r' 5, .fix ' ' . L - , N-L 2 H P V ll ' 3,:l XX , I 4 w 'x 1 lin 'J P X N f --5 -.f"""h"'Tf?f'45 f T ' - I 2 A-Aii: k "' ,1"lfg""QflQTf 1iQififQjl TLQUXIK1 giiii , Li M M if QI ' I JOHN WILLIAM ELLIOTT, "Pi , X VA ALINE FRYE, "Sian "Smile and the world smiles ', oug Y, "IHS a o n's priuilege.l-o change her mind." Cry and you cry alone' I KVI D W J- ph y Society, '29g Dru- CJgurg151lgI1ub, '33,-Lieutenank 33: ffice3I'S1,f N matic lub, lu , ' 5 ssistant' anaEer" Bas e ,, ' ' Q- - -M I ,M I TJ I 'NN - I Y I I f if .Aff-+--L l H Bl-:TET1 LUf?,7W1??1sky" N, . e ' ..,..i..., , f 4' I-' ' . 1-A fW7H7fl-T UTPIEI f Wri rs'Club,'31i I -wpfg 'QT -- ju I L T U J If mmm EOD EBWARD Uc A ' I " peedy" "Think before. yiljbezi? look befoe you A1 b Q I A leapg but tlrinlfl ice 15:1 Jou fall itll ve." f mu cant lf? e ll g I lluseh 1. Vice-Presicgdgg or lass '33: Pr siderw ome -:ggilgliiizgll ge 'wal 432' alan Manager' 8255, '316l Lit :sr US iety '31 :' -Y, '30, 'EXEC ' U ' ' l I I I ' ' ' .5 U 'E' nd 8 i- L -- ierQjeg1ub,:?5l5 fSstg? 23313 'aog 'Q or am er i , er an , ' , ' 5 irst -M an as Jfieutenfnghl' S131 oth Im, ' : Baike pail! M1 QDREP A 5,9--4 Ooky oigEFVcgS,j3Q,,i,onSoN lglrs lily wlllllelzerqlpu like, but be cgzlgflil 1Qhen , ,fjgg"'R" "' V ' 'ni' I lk'-MT 'l 1itegry,c' 9fJ80:' Home--Eeononfics FRANCES LOUISE-F rarIls:"I CIW- 1' -L21ReaicjssIF?B?eji'1m,E7f5x30' 31' "1 would thot' 1-g7'lTlQfllTQ?Hlz-r't,-1 ouglfms ithal .? ' '1q1n:e." 4 4 - f I ,nl--Xg3. z1fl.11 merclqf u ' w I4,' 1 ' V 'L-' A- L ml IJAI4 - N? Q A 1 , ' -1- .. II' Tee- A I I f J I N: L- to ,LQ I A J T ,Ir ,ggilq I ' -f 1 5 , 'f f f -.A ' 1, JfR- ' , f-A I 1gFyw--IA T E , ,WML .-gf W V H , f- -- -. ii' Ti, Y 1 EV' ' 3 3. ,ff IVIARGANET ELIZABETH HAMPTON, 'L ', SX ARY JENKINS, "Mary Anne" "A winner nevermquils, and a 1' je never "Never A ble trouble ml trouble troubles wins." f ff 5' 3 fx W----youll Debating Society, '30: Glee Clu M, '3 G Vice-L f Xl Hono R01 1, '32: Geometry Award, '31: President DY3m8tiC'vCIi1b,F'3K- Alifgg-, fjDramairi-Bg32,iB'3T'Annuf-ll-5-lwlior, '32, '33. -N J f -- - - - -. , - . f Y ...R , X I R4 X -- 4 T'-T.t:::f'TT'j Q XIX Q E L' 1 ' ' , S5 77 LOIS Ngq-EIILA-HA I ON, " II pyil'-4+i---Hr-54 H L C0 Bl-L .J H SLJRIHY Y' FV-' ' H --.Y 14, 4. . "-1-"Ars . ffT1,e 0 49111427 SLHQQT i,..n95,, u, ing, ' f ffl zll l wr ,g ou YVIIIYI zlerlem Wm Ilg 'M ttjre-Hze-smi sf' T-1' ' If 1 on-l,"l-won tll rt's Ilze lem 0 it." ch., - 3, ,: L... .1 -- Honor 13 Ilhiieslilx y Soci ty, SHE, '313 Litg abby lSociety, E,-I 'SOQAC FIT rciul Club, Home Eco omi LJ.x,.- ,. ' Z: Dining! Club. '32, ' Il," Qi '2,'3 " I" " " A so a g 1 ' I SARlffAf3LEiEE H WIT 'W mmrlff I S!! I 6 I I li gk l mt IL,-. L Wy 5'-Qld" " 'ive to? e- r, he Jeb! y u I ,. , ,. 7'1" , Am! bg: 1+-Sllllbililcorrl back to y lL.'f quill!! 28,2-30 ,alll Home 1- 85mEeYui,9EfE':+,1, '33.,, l' f 7 V '-- 'hr-Osfmn 'SXZ11:l?.rznx1e-IQ1:nAN,4fMac If '-- W4 ry ..,-,- -WAN, ,j'T'f?i,,yT5"' A ,,,""' MARTi1AA4 LOIS-H6LTfi5i rtyl' l l Ci l l I 'g'ffE,C9l'2!'?if1'gl9alH3,lE151'ffg t . v r , ,W ,' ,' 3 upmn H-Stick to tile-i g tlwgughg Milgr 5,812 ,iiibgfgebngiri-Society,i2iiiQfNcers- Dorf: be a quitter, qigbyfwr-'iyo:gdo."I I Cllib, X-32, 2?,,R1f!QTg1,,Q32- 33-,, , , - . ,' er Y' ."' TI,-,f -. -R, M- 'K LY:-M '3l2't'iffI'y .sa ' 0 inf gr' 52 N if ' H N 1 , WTNLIT35 '!1lf'j!f7!,',3'ff 1 e C . - ,1 , lf I X P 5 1 .-,lX WL +1 1 - lub, if K, , f l A , N o , .1 4, M ff,,:,,i33.,Jye f on ,L -itil?-.N ,L , IZJQN- Wfjg N -tw-nk, 3,1 Eefgliiiiijlffiiiisfjfi Apilif XIV - e of Ewef1g5g53Qk.gi2iQg:3E1I1122 f 'lf Q, ,' -1,-if 11- N ,X 'eML"T Q4Hff'nf1?1g'ieEif-TleeiiefflfhilM1 el N ll N. .M ,, W ,--Y1fJ"Qllw--4-f - , iv ,- u,'ll..,i V1 I K f' 5 r ' T I, W ! jf e:,1ff41gig11ig5gge,, 11 QQ 'M 5 N i L- gr, ,-,:v-fri, lil-A P M - Q-, ,,,,,,-iMi1i Lge- .-:?J:.T,:j,:L W-wk H JT? ' 'W 'wfY!'-dv'-44747 V - Q Q41 , I -'f-A,-151-if 1 LUTHER CARL JU's1us,l.Hmb X LIZABETH KINGSTON, "Lib" "Never do tQLa,L a till tomorrow." Debating Society,-l30,.-L31-9 Of ' er" '33: Lieutenant, '32, '33, Dra ' ,U - Ltgwwgglp "Tid-b't' M "Her wi lillU?Q?0l M er'hrU'lr W But wh lilly FIU' ' ver is QED r 3 E 33' 1 I W Literar Soc ty,N'30 Club, ' cial Club, '3,3.-, T 5-3, -s ,J U!! V RALPH ESVTL R, 4 "This aboyg :IL gghjp, zgn s lf b Honor Rollg '29 '3 1 wi F. Dyces , Society, '10, ' 3 i-Y f'31,f '33: Liruten! 'sag offi mn Q37 - footb ,ll sub '32, 'sal ggi VKK fm , ss., fl ,-W, A ,H Off fn Cjj f "Wh else is good, zz laugh is best." N Lit ary ty, '30, '31, Honor Roll. '30, '31: HOHQL ciet 32TL33+ Sponsor, '33: Commercial lf ome, ,, 1 mer- 77 'SB ue." ating '32. tute, DAVID CALEND , " Ei" "Wh Y" '-A our I'll put? -' iriw. Literar ty, ' QI" TEQQ , 431, ,'3 Best. ed Ca I Q '3 : ie ten . 2, '33 - ,A ' 'Fil 3 ce 3 3. . lt U M ,K A , Cluls I sf-dw rni -- G1 Dra Se '31 3111 I "QBeb '32, I L lil C scyitshggr 3 3 ICY YT ' F Al I 'I L '12-Off f r us 'etc rx" b, '32, ' 35 .xr 'R erv s, '32, '33, ' Um:-32 33. UQ! VI twigs' FT, Pract tarymme lass! E21 '31 lHo r Roll, '30, , '32l: Gym -lu-b, ' , ' : ual Repre- e, "O, '3 : onor ocle y. , : Senior '33. n1xIxza'l-'StaH'v433wrGemmer83ial -Club, 5 :W u,g33.4Y1 Y, QL, " V Y i1"4,g,ZfgQfl? - I is Y - I J: HID A aim .50 0-gi: ,-LST -i J - ,, ,.- 'Eu A' Sl ij-l XT 'ft M" ' 1 5' -g fxfll- A , ' Li J I 'illlhzi 1 nt i f H .1 .i ou." , N F ' lu XFI ENH '-,L j, I Q-es 1 ' g-, ', '32, ,iff 1 A A 1 -2 :- . MAL "ii , ' , wi X 35, W,-A:fL:4:H E - ' ii ' i ,- I 1 ,..-v--1 1 1 2,-:-. LOUISE LoNc,Jilsel...i, A xx NA ALLENE MEEK, "AV "Laugh and ll1c..mur 1' ' .'lf!f0U.,, Lx, "CL x the world In-best you have Home Economics Club, '30, '3l: 'I' rsfurer ome ff FX nd est FUITENC brick t0 you." Qlass' '30- ,f31:..59cfeF3'y..H0me 'SS' ' ' 'milf Debati su' y-430 '31' Gym Club '31 '32- Glcc Club' 32' 33' 1791-Iomzg-T-icenom cs blubT'32: +837-Gifrl,Res::rvcs: X - IM V A "ITU Xi N 0 '32, '33 1 0 meiiiaj-Q1L1ib,:i2, 'sag Qflnual sunt, 1 -- 1 in imf Umm' ee- --5 1-7 114V I1 :lx 1 ANNIEXEAURLH IQACIZQ , "W oljpiebw--Qlll 1 .X...,4J f 1' 1 A-1-df' 1 ,1 -,W v M - --v- . .. '6S1eru1y :ff plzgllpvqc. 'lv hc? -rr1ifn-euljfzfcy 1 V if W RD LEQTEEQJM 1.ESHH Tsckv, Full 0 fiiisphicwfizfrfdi fiom bhfaky' 1 Ed awual lmkqz , Literary lSucidtSf, 'gg' 11303 '3l. ,twa D ll, I rl "" V4 " iii ' AcN12slQQ111Lr211l1-lvllhlggfi, MDNT C THEM LA A Qu "Whatevvriisi zvlaltlgldryz ,at lriiis zvorstlm ffqmile and th M. Q-Hui, L-dt you, 1-d1r,wel.-'- ryadyou Y-W 4 DEbmi'm1S'1'2 2 391 1 ' btgting lociety, ' 0,1 IIT '31, '32: I--A -iw 7 vm 1 Gle Jub,'E12,'3IX 7 11.1 ,H 1 v,Y.,1m,u 1 ,W 1 1 Aw A + .-K - CAST1-114 kj 'ly-IEJE1 V- d" ---RN -W- N 1Tii1iLEiQQi1--J 1, . . --i +.1 1. 1 I 1CHA1iLTssQilvIo15rr1T."ChuLie"'g Notlung IS ever goof ' zz llllflklllg 5 if-il IIL!lk6 I,I7Ef- -Q ." "Never dgjgflfg-WQQMCQZ11-Qelpluwj 351.95 0111161 '32, 'am qmegm'1f,Q' S omg '31, -I ,1i"1!iW9?fj 'LQ-H-if--V ' C ym U ' I H - "f'1'f- - - , L if N ' Cl -, " - , -..- , -' T 1 1 ' ,'y30J ':1 1 QE!! ,?l31, 'th 311: rAnnf11f1:1 f " ' -l f ' 4St , 1.3: a . ' ' 'Hines- I R Y , en nq '3 3 V , 'ff in , , . J Giee gf - L -.. L., v . 1. 1 -2 - - 5 f --, ' 'A : - '--- -, ' , lv? ' W T fy V 13:7-'-'Q-4i:4iT-------H-5 W' . - ,ffl 1 A1 .MMQS-: J ,.LiiI:::,, --- if .1 Qglilljq -EI , I-ff-V. 1 gg 1,h1 v-i,m.W-Wv:43 .1 953-1 1 .-, W: --,Q-Q 1 -- f- """'f"?' "lik"-' Y' Wfmffif 'I t " - , - . L..,MMf:l- . . LTII: if 1 -WA -Y 'i 1' i1,,,,,, J If '-fgfguff T vA"Mw"111+1lil:vfe1 'i i-g:..1'tf:' ff , V wwkgg RXH '! fri'-iw'---W "Y V V ' ' 1 1 1 1 F ...A DonoTHY RUTH Vlboms. "Te xx 1 ' EDERICK O,KELLY, L'SLuck-Up" "A little bit little and a little b tl." ww lm, worry? Lin-is too short." M d l' Cl b,"3 : " ' , . '31C " 90- , , , nualanR3xl:'1esenllative, '30fmf?3l1: 1 ry ieQ2,?J Q A tual 315 I-gee CRES' ISS? '30, '31: Red Cross Representati - , '30, ' 13 Girl, Essen Eve' ' ' Herfry, oc? y' 1 ' , I , , , - ,- , -f Irs uten t 'Staffv 32, Captaln Staff, 33. Reserves, 31, 32, '33TKV'1E'Q"Pres1d FFSI K -5 Pres ,32 ,33 li?Z?f,Dx:?3rna13rergQXbSlubl, 31 A-Eeniorl eb! 3, 'Six-C' J--LX-'W 7- Wesleyan Reaue, '33 f -" - - , - H I l uf .M 1 . ,-Y, 1 I 1 ELIZ. gm. E. NJ , Arn-1 w L -- .LPS tvm I-1-7 ,--44-Tig: 'lt mim at Tariffs we Elly riclzg, "A quitt wev ' ,fgitfnner n , uitsf' X IZ -J -J - SWIVCSPCHTC- Preside t Hgqrge las '2 , '30'TB:nhd, 319, '30, H V ' 1 '33 '73 L31 S '. '31: First Lie ten t l mil '32, Hi-Yrb' , '32: ety org , Elglolimxffiz tau pis 'lCl , ' Oeirzeiaq. oc! Debating ocie :ff-" , .4 ketba'H'E'29, '30, '31, 'Lx i '322 Baseball, '30, 31 '32' Latin ontem, '30: Journalistic C Pb, '30, F ball, '31: Annual ,L , ,, Staff, '33: vi, - pass. M.. LEDA PER Q W - el ll ,QB , V "lVhaA'Ever is Afoorl a laugh is! west." TAL f 1-ff Cklei v J-Io or R 1ll,. '2 , 17- cigty, '29, "Not too er us, notf oo gay, P 3 ' 0mml.QQQ , 3 iff: GND b. 31. 32- Jus joll in owrr ay.'i ' - -- - --- Dlrgnuifpsmiayf-fsogaetcfine H,. XHUEH 4' -gig? , Q Sponsor Militaxzyg -"35,"3bL:-Gi ' e Te ',!l33:.,,7 la. HB8 -"' 'H 7' 'EF 1 "4 , , I 77 Coxzppral, '29-5-Iziteriry Qwiet : Writers' JAMES FRANK New--,W ranl, Qing, gg, '31- C P nnual WN, L 1 , . ff--2-L---'ft ig-v "Yesterday is gone, lfpllgetfitfg .: zorralw ay 5 , 1 i never come, lun ,I -3- ' - , v, . ' l -.. - 1 Y ' R - , Liter --I n ,':s, az Eng S '- - als , " I gm.: , 3 Siag n , E f- - '3 2. , 1 N M 21.1 1 E- L 1 ' xx , TQ 2 , W I!! . Tug - g -', e 1 - e fe , ,- . -Lf if 1 5 ee e T' e 1 - "1 1,15 , . ..W, il. f 1' ' ...+. V . 1 l f5TL 1 ELIZABETH Kill: lj. C ,f M 2x ESTELLE REYNOLDS, "l'I0nvy' ffpight die," XC" ,f""" -."1t is lliglqmillg film world tn line, M" X ,f 1, W 1. ' - Q tml -' " Dramatic Club, '32, '33: Girl Res v 'S, '32 33: KF X X1 I Lpeapl N 'vhellst' 1 H Glee Club, '31, '32: Home Econo ig Cl , '31,4f' X1 Sem' ary 0 9 911155, 30, 313 Gym Club- 31 '32: secretary Dramatic Aeiub, '3 - fkecbalx, ' F2131 ,HO ,EC m:5sEg1f1?b.,4g'i41. '32: Hllwqiizefgvi v v . - --1 mijj V, , , 333 1 3. 4 , . -J-S2-G+:-, , -' '05 31' 32' A'm'ml,S'ff1s0r', ,32'f' K 1111 f'32, T5 Raportei '32J '33: Annual spon- l I IH 1 j f , 1 1 X-Ii'--5 if--ff V- Vi-iqzaj M! 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'33: Sergealnt, ' ?, ' 3. 1 1 N lush xl'fl'51li!Tl- , 30 rg EUS Pr ' 'z::zni7:.'Im.11scfi ' 011111, --3+ ,lb ,,g,413i1 - l ANG- -2 -LJ Y .e ,, 1.4 ...'339-9HS10?l,,Y- 33' GERTRUDIPMTFTRAC 21t"g!I.3,- .lll N ,ufifie Q"'u'fff?figfT' 21,1-'f .. 2 1 1 , 2 22'-2-'A' , 2- Happy Um 1, from, CW 1 ff' J 1 1 f L1EssI1:2FiN?:iEn RESET Why arenftjhey ,all cblztezz e , ce l 4'FLinQ1lm:itheV Maid?-f-.5 , 23713311-31 Economics a- ,- zj SH! M j'1fr lsllgerf ' 1 fi 1 C, p1llnlE'g 1- 'HL -X tim: soci- 2 211 H3 - 1 Y 11 1 ff "'R":' ' ,1 2313 3 Ne 9 ft . 11511 513 ,Lili ' E" ' '- ' if Ev H1u1.1131"1,p"j ' 11 K ' pt- -H - 1 1 X X 1 IQ ,V K "'f'1'W1lLt.:L5iE+f1 'Si .1 K -1' 'J I 22:21 C, ig, 114 ' 171 - M '-,fgLmff-- 31 Hill34ii11i:iij'fffjfl'-'TTY73-QEL AVMQTA11 111, i t A .MACC L . i1LHi---'2Y----f4- i -' 411 L - 4,31 il' 15 1, ill CTT!-Tl C -2 ,fMQ"f"' ,F-.5?ig1I T l 'Q C WT L 11 ' Il Eillife -l- -T'- 2Ql,::QIf3llf 1g,ggggfi' l 2 --2 4'-mm -,,+ 11 11 1 I , m"' A A 1 i I 1 I 1 CHARljlg-l:. SIMBNTON. "Chu 'X' XRDBERT L STEED, Steed "Play the game, andi ou can't il , grin." Wi 0133 S Club- '32 33 1'00tball 32 33 HI J LW, . -.al Lieutenant Military, '33: Lite r Clu , '30fl '31, Baseball, '31, '32, '33: Of S' C b, N TF' X 1 MELTON STITH, 'Tlhmk Qolnoiuf' Gi tvzfw-"'l,""'f.g....,-1 6.55 , Vllrqff p ' 4... ' .1..,-..-wi.. . -T : b ,U 5- 13 ll "31, '3 CT1-Bl! 1-8,4 est I -H-A-V abs 1? , 2, '33 ' Glee Cl . 'gr . I l ' ' M M Fa -A ,Q .. I-'llrlgl Vi W H ,, EDN ELIV 2312533 ITH,,i Billy' L N , K i "Eat, drink Arid PM I errlr, for to'morrlmw you , , -, t -die W ating Society - - l - lub, '50, '31 Honor R011, 31 ry io 31: c1ub,-saws Home Economi s ub, i3-1-f ' 3: EEA onsor, '33: Hon0r'S5W5i:iT 73' -'ul K" nw W 1 , lVlADEL-TNE 5 LOTTIEYSMIIV II dful - "A rngrgyxstudent never sa , "Play the ggge,4QlF Eylunilagz' grinfl---7 1 H 'fffg-5 S at 8 Glee C1ub,,'30, 'afgwk-Dmmerzmr , gs: l 1222, 925?Q1,i'g":z9:31 Cjggmag EEE? Club Honor Roll, 29, 30, 3 QVD 294, JU. A fic 12914372 -33-.41:I5nleH-Economfcs C uh 30 1 .lr Ri Z Y V30 . v 'x:1MReserves-31 32 Seemtary --dreggiji-'32-'38 Red-G1-ess Repre ..De T33l732 Gym , os ...lr l lg-illl All il Lim l ,?,,,wQ-t-,gr ,Q , 'T gil' 3 ri' ,ff 1 JULI' - .E, "Judy" X--'KEV BGINIA MAE WALKER, "layer" "The rule of my life is to make pl .u e mv f""'K 'S 01U'fhC' P17-V5-17775 Pmfil by if . I ' ,ff 1 D busmess, an 1 nesy flu U ,X Jifflff fltillfv. D b ' Y ' , '29, '30: S in H Vice-President Home Class. '29, ' Atat Humelf XLlag F '31? ef-Zmatic Club, '32?c':ggg,ry Ume Economics lContest, WZUT' '30'!'Glee Vxgbkfgfk-5,'31 3 A C FP KTA, "V N-,hh ommercia Club '32 '33 ' f' ---ff ' """" .. ' ' ' ,W , N 4 I--V 'V lkilii HAnlinov?TVYA1,7El25gffSal1y,, x KXHLWY Y j f H 1, ,N ' 7- W ,V WHLEL -nmorro lggrlxe g1fgAQL1i15gL?," DAVID GHRRHK-W'AIrlfER,l C01lPefFf'lflQ, ,I Wwxppbginihsfi R'Socig!iy,,IrQ3g'1'gYgn' h1b,ig'3ll. nn: .4--.1g.1. M 3, nuan' .'I: i a.'33 D 1'- Llfv 1- a Jfsiiqflgdnfrjl ffl frgs S Inlrglggi l cm , ti! leA.c1ub'l '31Tl'35lmAn ual Izellfffillf I Ihouvfrr 3z7"vrgFe,,qrzJf1Azylbklprvxiflfl H1111 9, '33-z 1llVhu's X ,,. if' YT ' ' I I 1 I Honor Rmlll, ciety, 2l5,' "wr M l Hu I M 2 V , 3' A - 1 OMMIE LA we Ja -sg' --llm l ll ll f 1, , 1---1 u Q , gf 1 H l , fl 'A er do today 1l'l t hm n ml off KATIE ,LEEQILIWTILKE , K. he 'll I zillunm rroluft 'gg . ' l - w 1'ERlEl"'3'I D-my f ' 'gel fl ifilfme-I '5 Tea ':128:'jluurnalj' i 'C h,.'I'l'? Exit-llryt Ilolrgz , 1 ll Ella s. 2: 'braxllyg 4 dent snui , , U Cen unc ,A-J' 1 i - id 't ' ' MARX' llLi7A1iiifi1'lXf'Al FR gg"l'3'l'4' '3 ' Ann' I SML-k' 33L""E"0"m5"i'S"" -W MN, f F' 'Al 1 Q - " -A ,-X -HF-- "M" '7 "Hatd'7?Wiy Wrz'Difa76"'buz, only 'AZUUG ins 'res." ' - --- -'A'- Ll?-W gf ii V W T":"' "L - l ANUR WERNER, ffWen" Sponsor, '32, '33: ,Literagr-"S0cigj:f. 'Ba- , ELE, Y Wesleyan Revue, '32, '333,,NeJ.vs,R orte F' '32, 'Mfg UF! QICCOIHMS 10113 '33, Annual Slaff, '32, '38': gAnnuq45 Sqrllnsur, G-irl"lleserves,Y '30, ,'31,V'32, '33, Prcsideng Dra- '32, '33, -Lil Q ma ic Qlub, '32, '33, Who's Who, '33. ,- , "3 N' , 'JA , 3, 3 lv, l , ,ff A ,lf 37? H W- 1' "IA fx ff-,131 ll A if 511--W lf A, fl T lW"l'l""'lYfX,W90,l 9 A A - f ' ' Inf' Q ll f A .Gwetmlhe war ,-Nze-msnyo F fp,-W ll-, , I l' , ' ll f , ll , ,i xx 41-F ,--'l7"f',K y ll I 1, 3, M le A,llTAfill,34,-,A14:,LJAyJl1l,1bwM 9, 'l'llCk!'Ljl011!fX,,- ,f ,s l E i ,l jiff M ffliizrrsgrQelwavzrashllgefv-45301 '51-f Rf-7171 -1- ' " l 'ii' J 'fly' I T4 'i5F'if'E4l', 1- --f :'T".'iE4'?i::r::::-Y Eg ' l'E '1 - 'M' '-'1'n'Y X X 1 w f ' ' "fn-Y 1,-QE, L' '-'f' r: ' 1' 'W ""':1A 'vigil ',.,-,"', ll Q, l n f,, "J-AA! "1 X I 'f l, K I A 3 3 ,f!l33l""""liifl'L'l?"'fA"j"':f5? 3"'g,13'if 3, . fl if , T, 5 ll 'X Vw 'A A+ ' A wwf? 3"-3 'f,,f,QfQQlig Hffeiilgf llll 3 ,gg ,lf le ll LN 1 n ' l ,Ll A A A+- :nm , 1, " J- -, lil 4 Eff uv' 'A , jill ,mmf , , , Ill Vg, 33,113 A - 11 ff l ll 31 I fvxfvvvv . vw 3 1.1, ,lfli . .:: ' "Y, L "rr 'Y i vxfwvxfvvvv gfx 3 fzx:?:.1 itifii i."'I,s.,."""7',1"-".p,Cffxfxfxfxxxfxfvxf ff f , . -I , Q o-4 o.-4 9004717Vf arena Q X X Class .History On a bright September morning, four years ago, we began our high school career. We were bewildered and a little frightened at the newness and strangeness of every- thing. However, with the kind help of Professor Dykes and the faculty, we were soon settled. Debating and declaiming interested us, and wc studied hard. We sur- prised our teachers by having a large number on the honor roll. In the Fall of '30 quite a large number of students registered in Sophomore classes-all of them proud of the fact that they were Freshmen no longer. Many of them joined the Clee Club, Spanish Club, French Club, Girl Reserves, Home Eco- nom'cs Club, and Hi-Y Club. That year, as we gathered at Fulton, we missed several of our former teachers, Prof. Dykes and a few teachers had gone to North Fulton, but we were very glad to have Prof. R. L. Ramsey become our new Principal. Our Junior year came, bringing many honors for us. We were very fortunate to have in our class the best drilled cadet of 1932, David Kierbow. One of our greatest honors was to have seven of our classmates elected to the National Honor Society- Kathleen Reynolds, Dorothy Ruth Moore, Nellie Biggers, Tommie Wells, Opal Edwards, Elizabeth Kingston, and Sara Lewis. The knowledge that royal blood ran in the Junior Class was unknown until Bessie Ross and E. P. Osborne were elected king and queen of Fulton's Fall Festival. The dance we gave the Seniors at Buckhead Theater Dance Hall must not be forgotten. We hope that the Seniors enjoyed it as much as we did. At last we have become Seniors. We are so proud and feel very important-who wouldn't be? Our class consists of three home classes, D-1, D-2, and D-3. Mr. White, Miss Shannon and Mrs. Murrell are our home room teachers. It seems that as the years have gone by our honors have increased. James Moore was chosen as all N. G. I.'C. forward. Marshall Coursey was elected king of our Fall Festival. The following were elected as new members of the National Honor Society: Willie Mae Crawford, Mary Walker, Mary Jenkins, Edna Smith, Evelyn Bates, Frances Finch and Evelyn Robinson. We are about to finish our high school career. Some of us will get a higher education, some of us will go out into the world and face life. Vvhatever we do and wherever we go, we shall always hold in remembrance our days at Fulton. KATHLEEN REYNOLDS, '33. MARY VVALKER, 'I-53. fafvvvxfvvvv 'j.fg,LY'g,:.Q,.,,'Z,'T5i"' ' ' 'P N132 ,fa 1",g:1,'i,b' Kxfvxf-xft,,yAfVN,-X, fy' . - H - f 1 f 1 is ,--X, Axfxfvxfvvv vvxfvv.-0-fgbri., -57: R -,:.,ii.g:gQ ,J ,,iTf vN,fvxAfxfvx,-- ,ff-- X ' X '3V'I3 Q A A A E AX J'r Wx ?5ll'7T-W '+L-,T ' ".l".. ','i,1ffvxfxfvvXfvVXfX'j Gloss Qoem There's a school we treasure, oh, so lnuch, Our dear old Fulton High. And, though welre leaving very soon, In our hearts welll be standing by. We love our honored faculty And each of our classmates, too, Always-in retrospection- Will be sweet memories of you. Oh, Fulton High, when we thinlc of you 'Twill dispel every shadow of gloom, Our voices welll raise in anthems of praise Lilce the sweet, fragrant roses in bloom. Our lips are filled with love and pride, And thoughts will forever fly Back to the days we spent with you, Our dear old Fulton High. 'Tis goodbye, now, pleasant dreaming, Cay hearts and glad voices will ring, Social hours with gladness teeming All too swiftly on the wing. Hearts like ours forget you never As the parting hours draw nigh, Always loyal, loving ever Our own dear old Fulton High. FVIARY XVALKER, '33. ,Honor Roll NELLIE BIGGERS WILLIE MAE CRAWFORD MARY JENKINS SARA LEWIS KATHLEEN REYNOLDS DAVID WALKER MARY WALKER TOMMIE WELLS ,L , ,ffsfvvvvvxfvj ,,.gg3131'Q,:Tg,Tf,.,':' 'jo W' 5' 'i 'W E' yiggpr. is f,e.j1,fYs:LXvXfxAfVVxA'x, -Lf. .X 1 Q .5 S Qffieff.f:-E-rw w N-f ,.., , ,., 7,435 ,. .-,. A icaw v1z::qL'f0.,42t1L. -'N--f , A.jXfXfX!Xfxfv'Nf V 'LQQWLJ QLQl',,Jl ,I' 4l'.,.fQQ'l ,,Li,,f AV XfX,fXfXyXfX!XlXf t , Xf i -I if i X A X ,Z Q fllma Mater Fulton, Fulton! our dear school, This song we sing to thee, Of worthy praise of our school days Of love and loyalty, Oli Fulton, dear Fulton High, Oh proud indeed are we Of our great school, its golden rule And honored faculty. Oh God above, help us, we pray, To keep our morals high, Our conscience right, our armor bright With truth and honesty. Oh Fulton High, dear Fulton High, May this our motto be, "As proud as Fin of Fulton High I'll make her proud of me." Oh Fulton High, in future years When dark clouds do appear, The thoughts of you, so good and true, Will IILCZICG theln disappear. Oh Fulton High, dear Fulton High, We never shall forget, The golden haze of happy days Dwells around us yet, LEOLA SMITH, '2O. 'JJkAlXfVxVVVi'f, " I 'f""'I', 'ff ' " "'A"""""WHF YI-,f 'DC 'f' 'lffi ' W' fVN'NfXfVVVNfx.fX wif Q M: xd4EQ 31 +A Xjxfx!Nfxfx!NfN!N!Nfv1g'i-5gjgg-47-wg-13 -ra A - 1xAfvX!XfVNfxfXfx.f3:':.. .,g....,.,. 45 ,Qf.,flV NfX.!XfX!NfX!X!Xff gg50MmwwQ .XXXXIXXNKXXXXXJXKX 1 KN 3? Q gf QUIMIEDU EIWD :ii gm? E Ha 5 5 1- f w TX, kia SQWFX Junior Qfficers JOHN BURDETT . . . President JEANETTE BAKER . . V ice-Przesident LAMAR EUBANKS . . Secretary-Treasurer HWMNNHQHQSQYNmfimfaavwwofvwwf ' Q A ,Q 6 fl X'-! f"XfXf'Xfv'v"vX .X "A "AL 'T,..'fL!', " 'LO' Q' ' 'lf fu fx 'XA Xfxf 1 4. f:frf:V Yi s vi H N f A f A 1 A' 5 'E f flfffff1f2ffa4f LET-fifi fr Q A 1,1 LJI1LJ1.fDyV-cfxpw xA , -,.,,, .,,,,,Lfi,I' K. , CONSTANCE .ALEXANDER ELIZABETH ADDY BESSIE BAGLEY LOUISE BAILEY LUCY BAIRD WENDELI. BARRETT TRUNNIE BEDINCEIELD LILLIAN BOSSIIARDT ROYCE BRANDON BRUCE BRANNON JOSEPHINE BLAKESLEY MARTHA CLARK MILDRED CONKLE ANDREW COURSEY ETHEL CROWLEY Juniors FRANCES CHAMBERS EDWARD CLEGC LEONARD FISHER ANNIE LEE GASQUE LUCILLE GRIFFITH BIILDRED GILBERT EDDIE MAE HERREN MELVIN HILL T. J. HITT CARL I-IUTCIIISON BILLY HUTCIIINSON LUCILLE HARRELSON FRANCES HUNT EDSON KLINE MARY LANDRUM ASHLEY WOOTEN f.'f.fw-fffv f .','L,,iV"Q'4,"-,"" ' ' " ' ' f" ',,'SV0'o'f,'I"V" -JAVA Y. - f f LUTHER LANGLEY FRANK LAWTON HOWARD MCDONALD MORRIS MCDONALD GENE MCNAIR DAVID PASS FRANCIS ROGERS LOUVENIA ROPER BILLY SCOGGINS . BETTY TUCKER MARY VANDERCRIEE FRANCES WALKER MACK WIEBB J ERE WELLS KATHLEEN WILLIS fii?SiZ3f:5ffe!g5f5gQiE:iAi l,?i,E5L55L as iaf5gig5i1iRgl Ziglfiixiifwf V ."XJ'vXN,fX JJ Vvvvxv VA! 411 f, fifivvzw' 1.4 I VE- N ow A ' Af A I - .gy1,vJOSf,vffHIEDFIIIIiff! N QI-I,-IIfLQIfJ-,EOCOC N O ' I Y' ' f 1 fx. 'U-.:L.,f:.:3,i K ,Y , fgkijgjggj X ,N JAMES ALLISON CHARLES ALBERT RUBY BLAIR JEANETTE BAKER JO BOLTON JOHN BURDETT MILDRED CARAWAY LAMAR EUBANKS NICK FERRANT EUGENE GIGNILLIAT LENA GRAMLING EMMA GRANT EDWARD GRISWELL UDELL GARRETT EUGENE HALL PIIILLIP HOFFMAN Juniors JOSEPH HARRISON DANNIE HORTON JOE IVIE MARY DELL IVIE MARY JACKSON FRANK JORDON DORIS JONES WEYMAN KNIGHT JOSEPH LERNINCER PAULINE LANE J. O. MEELER EUGENE MARCHMAN LUTHER MURPHY CLARICE MCCULI.ERS GALT MOORE ANNIE LEE MOORE THOMAS HIXON .' rv' fn'x,!,y1, ' ', ',,' .Y ' ' K" L E,-,,,,'y A 04015 I 5 f HAZEL NICLAUCHLIN LOUISE BICCLURE BILLY NOLAN BETTY NEWTON OSCAR OLSON ELLEN OLDHAM E. P. OSBORNE WOODROW PLUNRETT MILDRED PURCELL ELIZABETH PORTER REBECCA POTTER BEN ROOKS FEDORA SUTTLES ESTHER SMITH JIMMIE TIMOTIIY CAROLYN WHITNEY ,, ,. .X A . A'lfkifixilggyl'.3iiE.'H5i3ff,jI Q :GILQLQ15-Q 51125-fi' U-I I ' ' 'W , O ...,,w. ,, ,- -L, --fvvvvvvxfvv :gxi0:AP:7.f.g:4 kg I, 2011: ,gg Qf xfvxfvvvvv ff .T ww H .53 x 5ffl?EEYiJizOQ J X -fvvv Q f',::'::2.,:Lii:: 'TP """"'.,"-" M. -JXXXXXJXXMXX IXJNKXJX WILLIE ADAMSON LORENA ARMSTRONG EVA BAKER CATHERINE BARTOW DOROTHY CANTRELL GEORGE CARROLL SARA CARTER LOUISE CHILDREE ELTON COBB HUGH COOK JACK HUBERT DALLAS HYDE CHARLES IRVIN SARA FRANCES JONES SARA LEFTWICH GERTIE LORD Juniors MACK LOWRY CLAUDE MAYNARD RUTH MCCLUNG FRANK BIIOODY FRED PARKER ELIZABETH PITTMAN GLENN ROBBINS MILDRED ROBERTS GLADYS ROBINSON EDNA SEGARS IRENE SIMPSON RUTH SIMPSON ATTICUS SIMS MAE ROSE SMITH FLORENCE SORRELLS WILLIE B. STANDRIDCE GROVER SCHENCK KATIE LEE SMITH ELIZABETH SORRELLS JAMES TURNER HAZEL TEDFORD OPAL TOWNSEND MARTHA TANKERSLY BROADUS TUCKER ELLA MAE WALLACE WALTER L. WALLACE MARY LEE WATTS EDITH WYEEMS SAMMIE WILLIAMS HELEN WVRIGHT VIRGINIA WIER EDNA YOUNG 6: , , , V. Gowwo jNfV L .,ZZ?""..1'f?.Ti'.. Jxfxfvvufxfvxf Junior Qlioss ,History Three years ago, in 1930, we, the present Junior Class, were ushered lllike wooden soldiersl into the seemingly spacious auditorium of Fulton High School. Indeed, we felt very dignified, but not for long. We jumped at every word uttered and soon learned the whys, hows, and wherefores of Fulton. We were then divided into dif- ferent classes, A-l, A-2, A-3, etc. ln our Sophomore year, like the previous one, we were divided into several sec- tions. Now we felt like a real part of the school, and our attitude showed that we thought ourselves above the Freshmen. During this time several Sophomores won medals for their good work. We took considerable part in all the school activities- Cirl Reserves, Commercial Club, Home Economics Club, and Clee Club. Now we are in our Junior year. We entered school this year with the strong determination to cooperate with the Senior Class in every way possible. XVe are endeavoring to make the Junior-Senior dance a grand affair that will always be remembered by each and every member of the Senior Class. Next year, as Seniors, we are hoping to do great things. NVe are delighted with the prospect of being Seniors, and realize that the full weight of responsibility will be placed on our shoulders. This is causing us to assume a gloomy expression. We leave with regret the joys of our Junior year, but anticipate with pride the won- derful event of being Seniors. ELLA lVlAE WALLACE, '34, .Honor Uioll LOUISE BAILEY LAMAR l'lUBANKS lVlARY VANDERCRIFF ,x,NlVVVNfVVVV'x' ' 'A-' 'A' .Lal "Y ' ' ' ' F' F 'Z.,l.L,,fiI,7'X3flA"fQ,E'?Q g- - 4'bf-ffffv'ff f-f'wui :,igA '-rv.' 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BROWN J. F. BURDETT L. BURROUGHS A. CARRAWAY G.CARROL D. CHILDS C. CLOUD L. L. EUBANKS L. FISHER F. C. GRISWELI. First Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Corporal Corporal Corporal Corporal Corporal C or po ral O. GRIFFITH R. A. HEIST C. HENDERSON M. HILL F. HOPKINS B. HUTCliINSlJN D. F. JONES J. D. JONES W. JONES J. N. KINNERI.X' W. LIT'rLEEII:I.n H. M. Lownv ANGELYN SEAI:IIAvI:s H. MASON M. MAYNAIIII J. MCKlNNl1liI.Y G. MCNAIIK M. MEDLOCK J. O. MEELPIII L . MILES N. SIMS B. SCOGGINS B. TUCKEII D. G. WALKEII C. WILSON S. WOOTEN 1 .bv vwwj,-,-Y -....-.......,,. WY., VY., ., V V. , ,-,,XfvvvxfvNxvV ,,,.,-.,...,,.,f2,,.,,.. - pfi,,..,.,, .,, WA, ...W vx'xfvvvvx,fX,.-X fi-f". ,S Q5 ,3 Szqvgaesifaifff V .-,v V xfxfx Q1 'xfxfxfx vw- xx 'ifitgit Q,1ZIg,1'3fXfXJxfx,AfVxfxfX "NfNf"fX!XfXfxfxfvA 3?',r?":Ji,:5'2i11t.i' I1"T.Lwf,2'Q,,3,,.. :.ifA.fx,fx XXAJN Afxfkf' JVIARY WALKER J. BARNES W. BARRETT L. C. BARTHLOW J. BLAIR T. CATES A. C. CLARK J. C. CLARK R. FINCH G. FOLSOM J. GILLELAND Qompany B OFFICERS R. PURCELL . ........ Captain T. C. JUSTICE . . First Lieutenant D. KIERBOW . . . . First Lieutenant A. E. WOOTEN ..... Second Lieutenant NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS W. AIJAMSON ....... First Sergeant J. MORRIS . H. E. WATUS G. A. ROBBINS E. FLOYD . H. HIX. . . R. C. OWENS M. RIVERS . N. S. THOMAS B. S. HAYROOK A. T. HEAD L. B. KENNY B. LEE C. LEEEEW L. B. LITTI.EFIEI.n C. H. LYLE T. BICCLESKY J. MONROE L. L. PARHAM . . Sergeant . Sergeant . Sergeant . Sergeant . Corporal . Corporal . Corporal . Corporal N. C. PATTERSON A. T. PITTIIIAN B. W. SHAEEFER J. N. SMITI-I H. STEVENS J. T. S'rRIcKI.ANn M. VOYLICS R. WILDER J. K. WILLIAMS B. WILSON M-A-0' 510-Srila A ' f f O 'R 21. .ffaf'q.1Q1xT' fr g f- A. 1 Q 3 3 Eyjbooowcaxxg ' 'L 'qfA-VNVNff .TT?'l,EQ?3T' -M J. A.. .1-Ugg...-... .. 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MCLRNIJON V. RICCONNI-ILL D. BIEDLOCK J. MOON E. MORGAN P. NASH W. NUNNIJIJI. AIJLLLI: BROWN M. QUIN W. ROOK C. A. SIIEIIIII-:Im A. SMITH L. B. STOREY R. SULLIVAN l. THOMPSON T. TRAYLOR C. TUCRLR L. A. VINSON R. YOUNG W. WOOTLN W. WAITS . 5 . fx'-'V W'-0+jf'f+'-Tlfii-4-' W" ' 'H A ' " " -0-.."if."1:f':QSQ:fLI.l1fxAfvvvxA,N,L EC . re- 1, Q ' -- ' -fel lg YL, x,-Lf-.fxfvvyx-f'vvxf"',1'ijgDxz,.'vr X '.?3IIf,Qf1?' ,gf,i..Nf"fx 'xfviw-.fxfclf ft A giE'1gi,l'T' , :Q-of ' S f 'X .f f 'mf -3 'Zz XSL. L1fL.j1 Q, ,gl QL, ,. 113' S X P ft' fx! NfXVv V EDNA YOUNG G. AUTRY J. BALLARD W. BRANTLEY E. BYI-:Rs C. W. COLLUM R. CARROLL B. FIELDS H. GUNNER J. GUNNER J. P. HAYES L. C. IJAYI-IS Qompany 13 OFFICERS O. W. JORDAN ......... Captain J. T. JORDAN . . . . First Lieutenant A. J. COURSRY . . . . First Lieutenant R. W. KESTLER . . . Second Lieutenant D. PASS ........ Second Lieutenant NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS F. RIYEIIS ......... First J. SANSONE . . . . C. P. GILLELAND . G. E. DYCIIES . . . R. W. WHITE . . B. WHITE . . . . R. Cox . . . J. BRIEDLOVE . . H. PIIILYOU . . . A. B. SPROUSI: . . J. HOPKINS . . C. HINDSMAN MOORE C. L. HOMDON ODOM C. HARRIS C. OSDORNI: J. HEARN ROBINSON E. HAMILTON E. ROBERTS W. JENNEROS W. ROOKS J. KIRK STEVENS T. S. JVICCURLI-LY TOLBERT C. MCCLUNG THOMPSON M. KI-:NNRDY TUCKRR VINSON Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Corporal Corporal Corporal Corporal Corporal Corporal , ,.xfvS1xfxfvNAfV'N',. 71,1'1,?'..?i.orL,'YQ" fQ'T"4 -T"'g'T"i 'V gifymg' .gifz " g iiivwxfvvvxfxfx fwwewwfaewar. I O .5 is N' Xfvk-f'-fxf Nfvx 3.f'1f!ii"i'fZ"'Q "' LTL, 1 . - , . L' . :oi "1 0 A 'Y 'Biff Aw. f .-J ' .1 Xf-XfV5fRfVvNfXfNfNf1f.,-"'JgX1:'.,1"4-i AX 31y.zi..:3,t: ,g ,iifvxfxf X o Elf ff ff 1 1QOOOfQEI ff x armed ?J1X?OOO'i R ' ' ' Q5 :ff 'f xfIfvx.wE 9,1-Sgt. gff",,gff,1,?,Q ii' X,'X,fX ,Q OFFICERS U. GARRET ....... G. D. ADAMS ...... R. STEED . . . T. CALLAWAY . . H. BLAKESLEY . . J. HUBER1' .... . . . NONCOMMISSION ED B. ADAMS ....... C. HEATHEIIL1' . . T. HICKS . . . J. A. JUSTICE . S. TURNER . G. BUIIRELL . . W. A. DAVIS . . N. ELLENBUIIGH . . I.. GREENE . . J. LAMB . . J. B. SMITH . I. TRUSSELL . E. ADDIS R. APPLING W. BARRETT G. BELL C. BnowN B. A. BAGLEY H. BRYAN H. BRIDGES L. BROADWATI-JR F. CHANDLER M. CHAFI-'IN C. COCHRAN W. COLE B. CDCHRAN Qompany E Captain . First Lieutenant . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant OFFICERS . First Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Corporal Corporal Corporal Corporal Corporal Corporal Corporal J. DAvIs R. DODGEN F. DoNEIIo0 J. D. DUPREE C. FRASCI-I W. FRYE C. GINNE C. CAI-'ENEI' J. HARPER F. HONEA W. KARNVISCII J. LAMB W. Lowm' C. MILLS D. MoNRoE BEIITII-I Wll.I.IADlS B. POPE W. PITTAIIII K. RADEN T. RANSBOTHAM W. STILI. J. W. SMITII J. SCIIELL J. WILIIDII' J. W. WEEKS B. WOOTEN W. WHITE B. WIl.l.lAMS D. WILLIAMS H. WII.I.IAMs --TZCYT-of-Q"f1'C2? ' ' ' ' A ' ' fsiarva V.: ij.1"".,f1q::Qfvvvxfv vx -L, .- L... ,. 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SMITII M. WAl.TI'IliS E. WERNI-Ill 4" 'A"' """A' -' 'W' Y -' " f - - 7 --- A-wk--W -v j,--.,---W +'4-4' fovo--0--+ -0- 0- -of fy 0. 1, f- Sfxfvvxfvgfxfx-.. fb-fa t Y 4 A I x N QWNMM 1 9 5 5 N Suppose jHey'H Learn jlflilitary? L' - . . 1, . L. . JG' man, noted oralor, .Hrst Secretary of State in the Confederate Cabinet. ROBERT TOOMBS: United States Congress- ,, . ,N -1 J Q ..,5.. -.. .A.-,..1-4 , . 9- , 1 .'5"1--is-3e:f1'12f:5 + -Gifmfxaf ,,,,.., , . -, x -- X -f X kk Q ,xx -1131335 00400004 1 . ,-A, "v"-"' Q ,..Z:Z.'Ii " Football Team G. E. PITTMAN . . Coach MAC LOWRY . Manager OTIS GRIFFITH WEYMAN KNIGHT g'S1s" LANGLEY RALPH PURCELL ASHLEY WOOTEN MARSHALL GILLELAND G. D. ADAMS BRUCE BRANNON HERSCIIEL BLACK THOBEN ELROD LEONARD FISHER fy if '-' QQ l1Q9 3 if r fx.,-x x "iv j Q' .Lf W-v-V-v Aff ht rfk,,.,g,g:y'Nf xfvxfvvvvxf Zf"""q"""..-.J-.-A....T"'1 4'-o""o-9-0 Football Squad G. D. ADAMS M. GILLELAND L. LANGLEY R. PURCELL H. BLACK O. Gmrrrri-1 M. Lownv R. STEED B. BRANNON J. HARRISON M. TVICDONALD L. Srrm T. Emou W. KNICIIT M. McGowAN A. WOOTEN L. FISHER F. LAWTON E. P. OSBORNE When the call for candidates was issued by Coach Pittman, our new coach, about thirty-three boys answered the call. Among the lettermen back were VVooten, Osborne, Adams, M. Coursey, Langley, and Elrod. After three weeks of hard work and train- ing, the team journeyed to Criflin for a night game. The team was composed mostly of first year men, and although the boys scrapped hard and to the end, they were at the short end of a 19-6 score. Coach Pittman made some improvements in the team before the next game, with Gainesville. But, due to injuries, the team was not in its full strength and was on the little end of the score. The punting of Osborne and the passing of McDonald were accurate. Knight, Langley and Elrod in the line were good. The next week we met Decatur and still were on the short end of the score, but this was not so bad, as Decatur has not lost a game in three years. Wooten, Adams and M. Coursey were best for Fulton. The Fultonites awoke in the next game. They swamped the fast Druid Hills team 19-0. Leonard Fisher, 113-pound halfback, ran 50 yards for a touchdown. "Pig'7 Cilleland intercepted a pass and ran 35 yards. Griflith showed promise of adding strength to the team. Rome was the next opponent. Although Osborne punted well and Harrison, Langley and Elrod were scrapping, the game ended in favor of Rome. The next week Coach Pittman developed a splendid aerial attack. But when the day came to play Russell, it had to be played in mud and rain. The whole team played its best, though handicapped. With graduation taking only a few of the regulars, the "Red Elephantsn should have a good season next year. THOBEN ELROD. '33. ,. .-,,-K,--af-sf-.P-1.----.W .+.?...-f..- W. ...F - ---f ---V .V W ,IVVVVVVVV :."4.4..4...o-Qo.-q...-o- ,. 'flaw-v--w 3-vi Y 0 - xff v, V mf W 9 VA, X!X!v'N.fXfV'XfN!XfN xfxfxlyxfyfyfxfx 1 ,D , .. X. X v X 'Sf V I',,1'.,,f'4QfZIQl',Q-II' Q1 K V 4, ' ug 0 S f 1- V R -X, q,,A,,A.,A A Fi?iOVOOQXX 5l11 N if PiZO iEX?2TLf'9CO90VW'Sw 'Basket-ball jeam E. P. McILwA1N . . . Coach LUTHER LANOLEY . . Manager JOHN ELLIOTT Assistant Manager GLENN BROOKS JOE HARRISON GEORGE CARROLL FRANK LAWTON THOBEN ELROD HOWARD MCDONALD MARSHALL GILLELAND MORRIS MCDONALD JAMES MOORE f4"'fvXNIf'ffQv '01fAf'0:iO2A,i.,zff S' ' x 5, - wo' - A - f Sf fgyOaOQOfJA:QSfEifIflficifi 1 Q ,S , 3 ?',IJ11L'f,L1:1f-J yv-4i-ix-,'+iwiWA1.X x""' "'gv'VVVV '4' "'A"'iLLC'liL1f.,,lb" ,A-,l,,,Y 1 NJ, f-,nf ..yi. f",IfL,I'f,"Z, 'ffl 'NINAJ f'SfV" ' J" 1 fx,-x!XfX!kfVVXf'X!XfNf'V"'?r'-V-f-'V' be ""? f'-', 'l'Qf'V VX VQg. N a ,.,........ Basket-buff Basket-balls started flying at the J. P. C. Court after about fifteen candidates reported to practice. After a few weeks of practice, the number was thinned out until only nine remained. The letter men returning from the previous year were: Gilleland and H. McDonald, guards, Moore, forward, M. McDonald, center. The new members were Harrison, Elrod, Carroll, and Brooks. On the whole, we had a very successful season. We played three practice games with Druid Hills and defeated them each time by a large score. During the Christmas holidays we played Chamblee and chalked up another victory by the score of 24-10. Our first two games in the N. C. I. C. conference were played with Russell High. The first was played on the J. P. C. Court and Russell squeezed out a victory by the narrow marginiof 15-14, but the following week we journeyed to the Calvary Court and defeated Russell 26-18. The next two games were with Decatur and Griffin. The Decatur quintet proved strong, and Fulton came out on the little end of the score, which was 27-15. The Griffin game turned out to be the most exciting one of the season. It was a close battle from beginning to end, but Fulton finally Won, when, in the last ten seconds of play, Harrison sunk a snow bird. The score was 30-29. Our winning streak held and we beat Marist 38-26, but a few days later we met defeat at the hands of Gaines- ville. We were defeated in the N. G. I. C. tournament by Decatur. Two weeks later we opened the Fifth District Tournament being held at Tucker, with Marist, and over- came them with a score of 29-141. But, alas! two nights later we again met Decatur, who seemed to be our jinx for the season, and, although we were leading at the half, they came out on the long end of a 27-21 score. ' Due credit should be given to Coach Mac for his untiring efforts and splendid coaching ability in developing this basket-ball team. JAMES P. Moons, '33. V-TT" """"i1,,g' "' ' "'g"' ' "' rf""""Q,'YQ,IQ.Q,,,"i,l,YANfNfX!v'XfX!X!Nzx.-X 19 5 51 S+'-+""f'- .fxfxfxfvum IXJXXX' Q1 A l Baseball Team L. W. HOPE . . FRANCIS ROGERS . MAC LOWRY ROBERT ADAMS CHARLES ALLEN GLENN BROOKS LUTHER BURROUCHS CHARLIE GRAMLINO ED. GRISWOLD HUGH KELLY MORRIS MCDONALD . Coach . . Manager . Assistant Manager FRANK MOODY JAMES MOORE E. P. OSBORNE RALPH PURCELL ROY SHOEMAKE CHARLES SIMONTON LELAND STITH KARL WILLIAMS ASHLEY WOOTEN v , Y f-Jv---v-w--.,- -Q owak- -- f QAJXA .4 , L 1.,.,..A,.,- J wha, .'L,A, iY,,., of 1 Q 5 L' :+g16A'E3? L, Q1 'if?i!Q li fa, Baseball At the beginning of the baseball season the prospects for a winning team at Fulton were very discouraging. Such stars as Mullins, Ford, and Roberts, who had been the backbone of the championship team of 1931, were no longer at Fulton, but Coach Hope set about with his accustomed zeal and intelligent leadership to mold the best team possible out of the material at hand. Osborne, L'Good Old Pete,'7 was transformed from a first baseman to a pitcher, Simonton was brought in from out field and placed at short, Moody was shifted to third, and Giles to the out field. So the team that finally met the approval of the coach consisted of Adams, first base, Moore, second base, Simonton, shortstop, Moody and Jordan, third base, Rocks and Morris, left field, Giles and Dickson, center field, Clonts and Barfield, right field, Wooten, Purcell, and Allen, catchers, and Osborne, McKinley, Gorman, and Gris- well, as pitchers. With this line-up we played sixteen games in the N. C. l. C. conference, winning fourteen and losing two, ending the season with thc best percentage of any team in the conference and Fulton, thereby, for the second year in succession, was declared the champions of the conference! Practically the entire personnel of the 1932 championship team will be available for the season of 1933. With these veterans on hand, in addition to several bright prospects among the new students, and above all, with the wise coaching of Professor Hope, the outlook for the team of 1933 is most encouraging, and this scribe hopes that it will have a most successful season. JAMES P. MOORE, '33. T rw- -. . -. - : . v - . -- -, .WY . ,---Y . , 0-0--9-A - . v M- V :- LQ 5 5- 5OOOOOWeV i 1 ' . fl '- Ez . , 'U' ' I ,' ,- ff ' ' -'ff' . 'ff' 'sf f, fm 41:5 11' ' Zlmi f Vffzf "" wi-o Q fj,,p 1:1?v-vi? .2 .. 5- -' 12'v.'- -1724 e ' -Ee? 3 -. we IMI. ' - A54 2 ,3 ' - A A- 'M L ," , "L-Q.. ,., R'.l:a?,,1lx ., . A ff' f. . ' ,- NyQ,,,f,. .ska ,fd ,kyfzvff ,L . Q , .i 1,4 b :EPI--g.': 3 ',f1,'1'z.7- - w"' 1 iiflffet , v 4 ff Mm 5-:gf V, 26 lov 'igifsi Q E ' '7Z'i1k:" C-' bf 19 4-512 HENRY GRADY: Famous Georgia orator and jour- . . . . ' 44, 'X- nalzstg Jromoter o reconcllzatmn between South 'Fm , 1 ' r 1 o and North a ter the War between the States. '5'i'fQf.Iff'-H1 ,, -- . ' v -AM! 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BURD ,-Jv-.fvxfvwAAfT'-i':"'Tf'T:'i",'T"'tf' "-'T-'TTT-T'-" V"-M-W V R W R- f-f- AAAAAA, ooco NELLIE BIGGERS . 000009600 ,fvvvvvx B . FGRUM MARSHALL COURSEY . MARGARET WALTERS . THOEEN ELROD . TOMMIE WELLS . MARGARET BAKER . ADELLE BROWN . MARTHA BROWN . ROBERT ADAMS . HUGH PIERCE . ALLENE MEEK . JAMES MOORE. . . KATHLEEN REYNOLDS . CHARLES MOORE . . MARY WALKER . SARA LEWIS BESSIE ROSS . . . ELLA MAE XVALLACE . STAFF . . Editor-in-Chief . . Business Manager Advertising Manager . Asst. Business Manager Asst. Advertising Manager Asst. Advertising Manager Asst. Advertising Manager . . Circulation Manager Asst. Circulation Manager Asst. Circulation Manager Asst. Circulation Manager . . . Athletic Editor . Asst. Literary Editor . . Literary Editor . Asst. Literary Editor . Asst. Literary Editor . . . . . Art Editor . Junior Representative MISS SHANNON . . Faculty Adviser MR. WHITE . . Faculty Adviser MRS. MURRELL . . Faculty Adviser L1 Q 3 3 Ei ' 'ML'f-D2 'L -'Xfvvxxxf 'xxxfx ..., W ,Y ,AY AA- A . ...A L , YY L... V-. V .--,W 5 f-- xy QU.. "v' -'Xfx ' ' ' ..fvx.fxfxfvXfvxfX-fx" Q1 " Q own- .HZ-lj Qlub FRED OJKELLEY . . . . President CHARLES MOORE ROBERT ADAMS JAMES ALISON CHARLES ALLEN JOHN BURDETT WILLIAM COLLUM MARSIIALL COURSEY JAMES DUPREE THOBEN ELROD EUGENE GAFFNEY HARVEY HIX . Vice-President . Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS JACK HURERT BILLY HUCHISON EDWARD HUGHES RALPH KESTLER DAVID KIERBOW CHARLES LEFFEW FRED MELTON HOWARD MCDONALD DAVID PASS WOODROW PLUNKETT F. C. ROGERS JAMES TIMOTHY JERE WELLS BARRON WILSON ROBERT WILDER DEAN WILLIAM ROSS W HITE THOMAS MYERS -.,,,, . . . - . .--A, ..-S, , - f-.f--1- ...O 1 Q 3 5 "XfN!NfVNf 'NXVX - . ., v L-L,-W.: - -.. A.. , - , ,Ag-,,,7,,.Y jfvfvJ!NfV do QV! Vfv K ST fxxxfxfxfx 'XfXJX, 1 N! 'N 'X I,1xTi2,J1I4.TZQQI4Ql. Q ,',, 'K ,I ' af' 9 'E Rf X Nvfxf 'Of K fFXDQO5Y7O5fXX7f N A A f 17' 1" IE - I Mi. I I Y I I 3 VIISS NICCALLIE . . 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M. to 6:30 P. M. Saturday, 7 A. M. to 10 P. M. FREE PARKING LOT lvy Street Garage + 2 Blocks from Five Points 4 Every Service for Your Car HUDGINS BROS. "DEALERS IN EVERYTHING, Phone Belmont 9165 M. A. GREENBLATT 157 Alabama St., S. W. Compliments I --of- Bressler Brothers Peters Street EXPENSIVE? QUALITY AT LOW PRICES! WALTER R. HUEF Jeweler 143 Peachtree St., N. E. FINE WATCH REPAIRS AGNES SCOTT COLLEGE DECATUR, GEORGIA +40 We Welcoine The Graduates of Fulton High School +40 Your Records Have Been Gratifying 444 Agnes Scott offers exceptional opportunities in general college work, music, art, and spoken English ITS STUDENT ACTIVITIES ARE VARIED AND INTERESTING 04+ Fon LITERATURE OR INFORMATION 'Apply to PRESIDENT J. Ii. IVICCAIN Box F I For Healthy Bodies and Alert Minds HBABY BRANDB Crade A Pasteurized MILK AND ICE CREAM MODERN Milk and Ice Cream Co. 9 Woodward Ave., S. W. lVla. l033 PINE HILL DAIRY 4 .l. D. REDD, Mgr. A priest offered twenty-five cents to the boy w . . . could tell him who was the greatest man in history. "Christopher Columbus," answered the Italian boy. "George Washington," answered the American lad. Lakewood Ave- and Clair Dr. "St, Patrick," shouted the Jewish boy. "The quarter is yours," said the priest, "but w W C Prop did you say St. Patrick ?" ' ' ' 7 ' "Right down in my heart I know it was Moses said the J wish boy, "but business is b iness." Groceries, Sandwiches, Cold Drinks Gasoline and Oil 'lr 'A' 'A' I Traveler: Porter, I want to be called at 5 'clo ' the morning. WE DELIVER Porter: Boss, Ah guess you-all isn't acquainted w 9 ' I th se heah mode'n 'nventions. See' dis heah butt nainted. JSA' Let S Get Acq heah? Well, when you-all wants to be called, you j presses dat button, a ' we comes an' calls you. L. M. DUREN Watch Repairing a Specialty l07 Hunter St., S. W., Atlanta, Ca. .lack Rand Virginia Semon School of Dancing New Low Prices CLASSES IN Tap Acrobatic Musical Comedy Toe Character Ballet BABY CLASSES A SPECIALTY 172 Edgewood Ave. Ma. 9213 Compliments of Atlanta Chemical Co. 858 Ashby Street, Atlanta Dealers in Chastain Brand Fer- tilizers, Purina Chows, Crescent Brand Feeds ALDERMAN BATTLE COMPANY 358-360 Peters St., S. W. Compliments Compliments I '-0f" -ofu IJOClil'1El1'lL,S Drug Store PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY HI, LAKEWOOD HEIGHTS Your Patronage Appreciated Miss Mason Qdisxzustedjz "If there are any dumb- bells in the room, please stand up." Lawrence Bartlett gets up slowly. Miss Mason: "Do you think you are a dumbbell?" Lawrence: "No, but I don't want you to feel lone- some. " 'k 'A' 'A' Thoben Elrod: "I wonder why a rabbit's nose is always shiny." Annie Laurie Mackey: "'Cause its powder puff is on the wrong end." i' i' i' Q C O P 1 1 II1 C t S Robert Steed: "Do you think it is possible to com- municate with the dead?" Vernie Penn fyawningjz "Oh, yes, I hear you very distinctly." f 'A' i' 'k 0 Albert Carter: 'iDarlinH, Hive me a kiss." No answer. ' Albert: "Please, just one." Still no answer. A F R I E N D Albert: "Say, are you deaf?" ' Nellie Bimzers: "No, are you paralyzed '!" 'K' 'R 'R Charles Moore: "You should hear that girl violinist. I understand she's a virtuoso." David Kierbow: "Don't kid yourself! I've had dates with her." 'A' i' 'A' The photographer was taking a picture of John Elliott and his father. He suggested that John stand with his hand on his father's shoulder. "More appropriate," said his father, "if he stood with his hand in my pocket." FCREMCST MILK AND ICE CREAM SERVED IN ouR CAFETERIA DAILY fi FoREMosT Dumas INC. I A Trotter 81 Groover 1492 Howell Mill Road TEXACO PRODUCTS FIRE CHIEF GASOLINE AND OILS ROXVUE DAIRY GRADE A RAW MILK Cordon Road O. C. and E. B. WILLIAMS Compliments ...0f.... A FRIEND E. H. Taylor SZ Son Manufacturers, Packers and Distributors Prepared Mustard, Jellies, Ketchup, Pepper Sauce, Syrup, Vinegar, Pickles, Etc. Phone Main 9914 54 Haynes St., N. W. Compliments ..0f.. W. E. BROWN Compliments -Of- A FRIEND C l Justus: "I did my good turn th' morn g C therine Moon: "What was it?" C I: "I saw a man in town beating a d key and I de h'm stop." C th i : Th t wasn't a good t Th t was ly I ." 'A' 'A' 'A' A S d y School teacher asked Tom Calloway if h WOIIIHH WEB U18 8. k h th fi t d Y h 'd, "from the jawbone of ." 'A' 'lr ai' ise on : "My little sister l k J t ily e." Lo L 2 L la d St th: "I wouldn't y b t t l g h lthy Pathe School of Music 304 Peck Building Houston and Peachtree Streets Private and Ensemble Instructions on All Instruments THEORY AND HARMONY GEORGIA TECH E V E NIN G SCHOOL Offers 100 Classes in College Courses all leading to Commercial Science Degree Anthony's Special Offer Get your wave this week to avoid the Summer rush 312.50 and 5615.00 Nestle Circulinc Permanent Marcel with ringlet ends 355.00 Bob 37.00 Long No Other Charge Finger Wave and Shampoo Included We specialize in Shampooing and Fingerwaving Shampoo, 250 Finger Wave, 25c Shampoo and Finger Wave, 50c, dried Anthony's Permanent Add , : ms Wave Salon TVI "Master of Permanent Wavingv 5 Ji 'T' 519 Mortgage Guarantee Bldg. Director lFormerly Wynne-Claughton Bldg.J Jackson 41781. Compliments of Lewis H. Cottongirn Seed Company For GOOD COAL COKE :: WOOD 93 Broad Street, S. W. Call WA. 1264 , Seeds Bulbs Lawn Grass Seed Hunter C031 Company Poultry Supplies MA. 3688 Complirnentsof THE DRAUGHON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE PEACHTREE AT BAKER STREET , ATLANTA, GEORGIA FULTON PHARMACY Number 1 Across from Fulton Hi Washington and Woodward Avenue HARRY LEFKOFF, Mgr. Compliments of Johnny Johnston Bankhead Service Station CoMPLIMI:N1's or WILLIAM M. FINLEY Instructor HAWAIIAN AND SPANISH GUITAR Belmont 1349-J Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Filing, Mimeographing, Dictaphone, Etc. Correspondence Course in Shorthand Crichton's Business College Corner Plaza Way and Pryor Telephone Wa. 7342 47 Years in Atlanta Catalog on Request THE ARMY STORE fDuckett, lnc.l "The Place to Trade" 79 Alabama Street, S. VV. Mr. Kiel-bow, accustomed to the signature of the firm of which he was a partner, signed the baptismal register of David as "Son of Kierbow, Jones and Company." if ir 'k Mrs. White: "Darling, since Betty is almost ready to enter school, I think we had better buy an encyclo- pedia." Mr. White: "Oh, heck! Let her walk, like I do." 'k if 'A' Mr. Ramsey tin the auditoriuml: "I am afraid I have spoken at rather great length. There is no clock in the room and I must apologize for not having a watch with me." A voice from the balcony: "'I'here's a calendar be- hind you, mister." Customer: "What does this mean? There is a fly in the bottom of my teacup." Waitress: "Why should I know 'I I'm a waitress, not a fortune teller." ak ak 'A' Mrs. Murrell tanswering telephonel: "You say Hugh Pierce can't come to school today because of a cold? Who is this speaking?" Voice lwith assumed hoarsenessl: "This is my father." ir if 'A' David Walker: "That girl insulted me." Mary Walker: "How'!" David: "She asked me if I danced." Mary: "Why is that insultint-I?" David: "I was dancing with her nt thc time! i 1. Demand the Best! A 'Baked ZI1 Flour" ERITA CAKE Fresh Daily at Your Grocer's AMERICAN B KERIES COMPANY Bakers Merita Bread, Rolls and Cake T. J. Hitt was brouszht into court one day. Judge: "What's the charges against this man Y" Cop: "Arson, y'honor. He was burning up the road." 'A' 'A' at Fish Coursey: "Well, I passed the English exam." Willie Mae Crawford: "Honestly?" Fish: "Why brinfl that up?" ik if 'A' Mr. McIlwain: "Your recitation reminds me of Quebec." Lynn Lomax: "How's that?" Mr. Mc: "lt's built on a bluff." 'A' -k 'A' "So Madeline concluded to accept that rich young scapegrace in spite of his bad record 'P' "Yes, she forgave his past because of his presents." 'A' i' 'k "Have you seen one of those instruments which can tell when a man is lying?" "Yes, I married one." 'A' 'A' 'A' Miss Shannon: "Who can tell what a buttress is?" Sara Frances Donehoo: "It's a nanny goat." 'k 'A' 'A' Teacher: "Repeat in your own words: I see the cow. The cow can run. The cow is pretty." Tough Mike: "Lamp de cow. Ain't she a. beaut? An' say, baby, she sure can step." - Opal Edwards: "I could beat you at tennis left- handed." Margaret Walters: "Sorry, but I don't play left- handed." 'lr 'k 'lr Martha Brown: "Mr. White, why do you live so far out of town ?" Mr. White: "So I can :ret my dime's worth of riding the street car." 'I' 'k 'A' Morris Curlee: "Did you ever notice that a loud talker is generally an ignorant person '!" Howard Blakesly: "Well, you needn't holler so, I'm not deaf." ik 'A' 'A' Miss Allen: "What is the title of the book you are looking for?" Talitha Moss: "I'm not sure, but I know it begins with 'The'." I 'A' i' 'A' Robert Adams: "Do you dance?" Adelle Brown: "I love to." Robert: "Then let's love." at ir 'lr Miss Senter: "I'll have to give you a zero this semes- ter." Frank Lawton: "Well, that means nothing in my young life." 'A' ik 'lr "My good man, you had better take a taxi home." "Sh' no ushe! My wife wouldn't let me-hic-keep it in the housh." Comphments Compliments -Of- Chandler 81 lVlcCleskey -Of- PHARMACISTS Phone BElmont 1178 Home NO' 7 Atlantaf Ga' Whitehall street ATLANTA "Good Service for a Good Community" Compliments of IAS. H. DODGEN ATTORNEY AT LAW 425 Connally Building Compliments -gf- PINNER CAFE We Supply Schools with the BEST IN PURE FOODS Phones : WAlnut 1174--5-6 HQUALITY - SERVICEU Corley-Powell Produce J. H. Bullock Grocery Conlpany Cgmpany WHOLESALE 171 Mitchell Slreet VEGETABLES : FRUITS : EGGS 8 Produce Row ATLANTA Compliments -0131 FULTON CAFETEBIA Compliments -Of- MR. R. H. HUNTER "2 JHONTAG BROTHERS INC Jlfanufacturzhg Stalzbners STEEL DIE ENGRAVED HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE STATIONERY SOCIAL STATIONERY LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS AND F ILLERS SCHOOL TABLETS AND SUPPLIES MONTAG BROTHERS, INC. 180-196 Marietta Street ATLANTA, GEORGIA COMPL IMENTS OF A FRIEND OF FUL TON HIGH ALL PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS ANNUAL Made by THE LITTLE STUDIO 57W Whitehall Street ATLANTA :: GEORGIA G. D. A D A M S iii' GRADE A RAW MILK -155- Calhoun 9192 Stewart and Lakewood Avenue Inez Ellison: "Do you think Mr. MncRae is a typical Scotchman ?" "Whistler": "Is he? He's saving all of his toys for his second childhood." ir ir 'k Hugh Pierce: "You must have a wonderful memory to keep all that in your head." Oscar Jordon: "Yes, I never forget anything when it's once in my head." Hugh: "Well, old man, how about that five dollars I lent you some time ago?" Oscar: "Oh, t.hat's different: I put that in my pocket." 'A' 'A' i' Ashley Wooten: "Did you make the baseball team T' Philip Dobson: "No, they had one." Brooks-Shatterly Co. INC. INDEPENDENT DEALERS COUNTRY PRICES CITY SERVICE 1643 Jonesboro Rd. Main 2132 At PIG'N WHISTLE Compliments Youill Always Find 0 f A WELCOME John S. Florence Motor and a Whole Lot of Company The Newest Used Cars in Atlanta 230 Whitehall st., S. W. Ma. 3362 "Have you heard the new song ?" ..No'-p I "That's swan on you." 'lr 'A' 'A' Miss Webster: "If Columbus were alive today would he be looked on as a great man ?" Lottie Smith: "Yes, he'd be five hundred years old." ir if 'A' Butler: "Professor, the next room is on fire!" Mr. Eakes: "Well, why bother meg am I in the next room?" i' i' 'A' Lena Perkins: "Edna Smith swears she has never been kissed." Winifred Bledsoe: "Maybe that's why she swears." Compliments of .l.F..lORDAN l in . C I . Comlzgjfmemj Comlvlzrrtents of 1 WAL TERS R-ooj911g - 73111111 f Coal - Trzkl' Buzhfzog Jtfoterzkzl Tedrgree Qdltlkf C0f'1P1fmf'1ff Brewer? 7D!16Z777'l6ZCy of "1'WO DEPENDABLE STORES " .A . Hem erle G Sons 923 s1fwt1ftAVe., S. W RA, 61256124 P J' CAIIIOHII 2141 Soft Toztlt, ga. 1173 Lee Street, S. W RA. 5145-5146 , om Izrnents omplzments C P Of 0 f HUMPHRIES SCHOOL Taztline C 11511, Pfllll. Ozze HIICIIUIJ judgf Wfbfn B. Moore Wellze Taker Wrgfnzo .Allen .Alene Wann L1Yl1tm Qgvmt 79la1t1'r1g - Button Holes - Button Coverin 15' C0mP1'mm The Erelzrre Shoppe of Henzstztcfzztzg and 7Jlf0f1tlg fire rent: ll yard A Fl' I9 Teacfltree Arcade fDOWf15ll1l'7'.Sj Alanta, Qeorgztz Compliments -gf- WASHINGTON STREET MARKET Compliments -of- ATLANTA MOTOR CLUB Compliments Compliments ...gfi Lakewood Heights Theater l6l7 Jonesboro Road -Of- B R stus: "What all th me of y ' new wife, Big, BAND AND h 5: 5 yi, ,.ai21:fg i'Q2ZIZ' 5 time 'we 'A' 'Ir 'k DRUM CORPS Afti2iSii?l'f, ,fixilzpi :':,1::.iS':,'1'1:,,:1:f,':'i fi If :Ify pp l ptyou Th brizht pupil second mination mber of t f . Z . ' 1492- 6. ' ell any of my answers to th f y to split 50-50 with me." ir 'k 'k looked long and th xzhtl' lly t th question, which re d St t th lh'pDd tfthUtdStt Th h b I rl d h t Pure as Wk . W' Sunllght X j ., X Q . --fer , r x f f ls l Ali "l: 7 X The proof f p y th Q f I testing. T ty t f f f 71,19 xi tests f p 'ty g y MILLION 1 AMO ' step"pp fg d a day " ,s, S th' drink of 1 fl I rf -he Coca-Cola C A I G IT HAD T0 BE EO-OD TO GET WHERE IT IS BEST WISHES to FULTON HIGH SCHOOL from J. W. SIMMONS Clerk Superior Court - --f l - lr C 0 In P 1 In e H t S When in Lakewood Heights Vzsit ,0f.. I-I. G. WOODS Street Car Men's Union Local Division No. 732 QUALITY SHOE REPAIRINC 1659 Jonesboro Road Ma. 2247 LAKEWOOD HEIGHTS Compliments ..0f.- Bradford Ice Company 1512 Jonesboro Rd. Ma. 1583 Compliments -Of- George S. Kahn, D. D. Telephone: Cherokee 2187 D. E. PINKARD Garment Cleaners - Rug Cleaners DYEING - VALETOR PRESSING - REPAIRING OFFICE AND PLANT 3112 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, Ca. Compliments ..Qf.. Judge Luther Z. Rosser Chief Judge of Municipal Court of Atlanta G. D. ADAMS Corner Lakewood and Stewart Ave. PLATE LUNCHES - BARBECUE BRUNSWICK STEW-CHILI AND WEINERS QUALITY GROCERIES SERVICE - SATISFACTION A Clean Store - A Clean Stock Prompt Service - A Square Deal We Thank You for Your Patronage R. L. WEIMER ROGERS, Inc. 641 WALTON STREET Students graduating from Fulton High School are invited to visit Oglethorpe University with a view of choosing it as their Alma Mater. Catalogue sent on request. Students desiring a conference concerning courses, expenses, etc., telephone Cherokee 2173 or write to the President, Oglethorpe University, Georgia. OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY LUPTON HALL DR. THORNWELL JACOBS, President Compliments -Of- PERKERSON GRAMMAR SCHOOL Compliments -0131 AFRIEND Eleanor Werner: "I d0n't like these pictures. They don't do me justice." Photographer: "Justice? Lady, what you want is , f LA UMJRY if if if DRY CLEANING Elizabeth Kingston: "I never let boys kiss me except when they say goodnight." Fred O'Kelley: "Then, goodnight! goodnight! good- Q, night! goodnight !" I if if ' d 'f Pie mont Laundry Eldridge Curlee: "D-d-d-darling, I 1-l-love y-you." - - Geraldine Cowan: "Oh, Eldridge, say it again." Wal' Trlnlty AVe'9 S' W Eldridge: "G-g-goodness, I s-s-said it th-th-three t-t-times the f-f-first t-t-time." D. G. McNAIR STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES Western Meats, Vegetables Stock Feed Cigarettes and Tobaccos Ra. 4151-52-53 1781 Gordon Street, S. W. DEL1c10 Us F0005 SHADY LAWN Stewart Ave., Five Miles South of Five Points on Dixie Highway CHICKEN AND SQUAB DINNERS All Kinds of Sandwiches, Home Cooked Pies and Cakes. Special 35C and 500 Dinners Ph. Calhoun 9148 Atlanta, Ga. Call WA. 6851 for QUALITY FEED and GROCERIES NICKAJ ACK Feed and Grocery Co. 388-90 Marietta St., N. W. ATLANTA :: GEORGIA Compliments ..0f... BEAUTE BOB SALON 30 Peachtree Arcade Wa. 2763-64 Father: "Now, Marvin, you've been at school a long time. What is the wife of an Indian called?" Marvin Coursey: "A squaw, Dad." Father: "Good. And can you tell me what his child is called?" Marvin: "A squawlerf' ir 'A' 'A' Evelyn Bates returned from school with a perplexed brow. "What's the matter, Evelyn '!" asked her futher. "I can't get a certain sum right," returned Evelyn. "I wish you'd help me with it, Dad." Her father shook his head. "Can't," he said, "it w0uldn't be right." "I don't suppose it would," Evelyn replied, "but YOU might have a try." Mrs. Carmichael: "Your boy friend hxlks too much. He rattles on like a flivver. I'm afraid he is a Hat tire." Mary: "I know, ma, but his clutch is grand." 'A' 'lr 'A' "I clon't want any callers this afternoon," said the business man to the office boy. "If they say their busi- ness is important, just tell them that's what they all say." That afternoon a lady called and insisted on seeing him. "I am his wife," she exclaimed. "That's what they all say," said the office boy. 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