Glass High School - Crest Yearbook (Lynchburg, VA)
- Class of 1930
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CRITIC STAFF-CREST EDITION ..,.,... ,,,,, 6
SENIOR CLASS ....,.............,.............,. ,,,,. 7
FACULTY .....,..... ,,,,, 8
CLASS POEM ..,,... ,,,,, I O
SENIORS ......,.....,... ,,,,, I 1
CLASS PIISTORY ....,... ,,,,,,,, 4 I
CLASS PROPHECY .,..,... ,,,, , 44
CLASS XIVILI ........... ,,,,4 4 7
STATISTICS ............ ,,,,. 4 9
BABY PICTURES ...,... ,,,,, 5 O
HALL OF FAME ....... ,v,,, 5 2
THE CLASSES .............. ,.,,, 5 3
Junior Class ..........,....v.........,.. .,,,, 5 4
SOphO1IIO1'e Class ...,........,....,...,. .,,,, 5 6
l'IEAUl.INIiS FROM HIGH TIMES ........ ,,,,, 5 8
LITERARY ,..,.........,.,,..................,..,.............. ,,,,, 5 9
Tides, llflzzrgawf Eure ..............,.............. ,,,,, 6 0
Vllest Of the Setting' Sun, f. P. Jones ...... .... . ., 63
VVislIi1'Ig, Virginia Kelly Ff.'czfl1c'r.If0n ..................,..,... ,,v,, 6 4
Blue Eyes, fcmzizzie Holi ..................,,....,.................,..,..,. ,,,,, 6 5
VVhen America Meets America, IfIlfllC'l'll1I6? Ford ........ ,,,,, 6 6
Tragedy, l1ll"gl1'lllZ Kelly FC'l1'flICl'.Tf07l ................,.,...... ,,,,, 6 7
Revelation, Bernice Hijvfvcwl ,.............. .,,,, 6 8
ORGANIZATIONS ..,...............,............... ,.,,, 6 9
ATHLETICS .............,,... ................ ,,,,, 8 7
GIRLS' ATHLETICS ....v.,,.. ,,.,, 9 2
JOKES .....................,.... ,.,,. 9 3
ADVERTISEMENTS ........ ,,,,,,,, 9 5
,AUTOGRAPHS ..,........ .,........ .,,,,,,, 1 1 6
The CriticfC1'est Edition
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VVILLIAM MUNIJY ,,.... .....,..................................... ....... I 1 ssislrml Editor-in-Chief
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GLADYS FAIIIIAR j
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"Born for .rizccest .vlio.scc111s, J
With gran: to mm, with Iwrirl io hold. '
ELIZABETH DEXTER A BBOT
flmbition: To remain youthful.
Ir. G. H. S. C.: Critic Staff, '28, '29, '3o: Quill
and Scroll: Dramatic Club.
National I-lonor Society.
"Life is the gift of nature, but
beautiful living is the gift of wisdom."
E, LAVVRENCE ADAMS
Ambition: Not anything in particular.
Dramatic -Club: Spanish Club: Hi-Y Club: Ath-
letic Association: Wilsonian Literary Society: High
Times Staff: Adclphian Debating Society: Senior
Representative: Honor League: Manager of Track
"Sim is goozl-izallrywd, good-lzxrmorcrl, am! free."
MARGARET RACHEL ADAMS
Ambition: To go to California.
Honor League: G. H. S. C.: Athletic Association:
- "And laughter holding ball: his .Y'ldL'S.H
MARY LUCILLE ALLEN
Ambition: To be a private secretary to the presi-
dent of a large business firm.
Spanish Club: Athletic Association: Commercial
Club: O. A. T.
"True to lieixtelf,
True to liar friends,
True to lim' duty always."
1 FLORA ANDERSON
Ambition: To he a success in the business world.
Commercial Club: O. A. T.: W. A. T. C.: Honor
League: Athletic Association: Critic-Crest Staff.
National Honor Society.
"Her ways are -ways of pleasautn.L'.r.v and all ller
paths are france."
MAY AN DERSON
Ambition: To be a successful private secretary.
Commercial Club: NV. A. T. C.: O. A. T.: Honor
League: Athletic Association: Critic-Cre.rt Staff:
Shorthand Contest, '29, '3o.
National Honor Society.
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"She 'walks in the path of friendly lzcarts."
MAIE C. ANTHONY
Amlzilfiowi: To please.
G. H. S. C.g Athletic Association, Honor League.
"In action faithful, and in I1f01lf07' clear."
MILDRED L. APPERSON
Ambition: To be House Mother of an Old Maid's
Girl Reserves, '27g President, Literary Digest
Club, '28g Representative to Honor League, 'z8g
Vicc-President and President of Honor League, 'egg
Secretary Honor League, '3og High Time.: Staffg
Sports Editor of High T'Il'!1!E5, 'zgg Editorial Board
of High Timr.-.r, '3og Secretary of Junior Class, '29g
Dramatic Clubi Basket-ball, 'zgg Swimming, 'egg
Secretary, Athletic Association, '30, Secretary,
Erench Cglh, '3og,Quil1 and Scroll, '3og Wilsouizin
iterary ociety, 30.
National Honor Society.
"I would lzitcll my wagon. fo a star."
RALPH M. BALLAGH
Ambilianx To be president of an airplane factory.
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Commercial
Clubg Lee Literary Society, '28,
"How floor are they that have not patience."
GEORGE M. BASS, IR.
Ambiiian-: To work.
Jr. Hi-Y Treasurer, 'z8g Honor Leagueg Athletic
Associationg Dramatic Clubg Hi-Y.
"And keeps the palace of the soul."
A1nbif-ion: To paint.
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Ir. G. H. S.
C., Presidentg Sr. G. H. S. C., In the play, "Odds
"Beautiful behavior is the Huest of all arts."
MARY ELIZABETH BAZEMORE
fimlritiou: To work and travel.
B2 Clubg Commercial Clubg Athletic Associationg
"Great things some in small packages."
Ambition: To be an old-maid school teacher.
Honor League, Athletic Association.
National Honor Society.
"A teiider heart, a will i11flu,riI1le."
Ambilian: To be a nurse.
Athletic Association, Girl Reserves, Honor League.
"GenftIr:nu-n. prefer blondes."
Ambition: To keep house in a far-away lautl for
Commercial Club, VV. A. T. C., BY Club, Athe
letic Association, Ilonor League, O. A. T., O. G. A.
"Sing away sorrow, vast away ca-rc."
JOI-IN A. BOOTH
Ambition: To he a successful engineer and coach
some big athletic team on the side.
Hi-Y Club, Spanish Club, Assistant Sports Editor,
High Timex, '29, Sports Editor, '30, Basket-ball,
'27, '28, '29, '30, Letterman Basket-ball, '29, '30,
Assistant Captain Basket-ball, '30, Football, '27, '28,
'19, Letterman Football, 'ZQQ Baseball, '28, '29, '30,
Letterman Baseball, '30, Track, '3o.
"Too 'wise to crr. -
Toa good to be uiilcmdf'
Ambition: To graduate from work.
French Club, VVilsonian Literary Society, G. H.
S. C., Athletic Association, Honor League.
"Why sliould I more knowledge gain,
lfVl1cn it only gwes me pam."
BENJAMIN LEE BROOKS, IR.
Ambition: To be a criminal lawyer.
Athletic Association, Glee Club, Football.
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"Quiet, diguifed, and sweet to look af."
ELEANOR POVVELL BROWN
Ambition.: To be a teacher. '
Athletic Association, Commercial Club, Honor
League, O. G. A., B: Club, Vice-President O. G.
A., Treasurer, Commercial Club.
"An, ideal girl in every way
A j'rimLrI tlmfs not found every day."
VIRGINIA A. BROWVN
Ambition: To go places, do things, and sec people.
President, Jr. G. H. S. C., Wilsonian Literary
Society, Daviil Carrick Players, '20, '30, Athletic
Association, Senior Representative of Honor
League, Senior Representative, Secretary, G. H. 5.
C., '28, Vice-President of G. H. S. C., '29, '30,
"Let lclzozoleflgc grow from more to more."
ESSIE RIVERS BRYANT
A1nbiti'ou: To be a stenographer.
Commercial Club, Athletic Association.
"Ali, lmzcv .rwiozisly I lm'z'c thought of
the terrible folly of being serious!"
WALTER MARVIN BRYANT, JR.
Ambition: To sit on top of the world with my feet
Dramatic Club, '29, '30, Assistant Stage Man-
ager, '29, Business Manager, '30, Track Team, '28,
'29, Football, '28, '29, Spanish Club, Honor League,
"Few '::'o1'1l.r, Hlllllj' dccdxf'
MASSIE CORNELIUS BURGESS
Ambition: To be It.
Commercial Club, Athletic Association, XV. A.
T. C., Honor League, O. G. A., Assistant Secre-
tary, O. G. A., Jr. and Sr. O. A. T.
"She is of an even ziixfosition and
W'1ll have fricmlr about her."
t'111li7'ifli0lLJ To be what I want to be, and do what
I want to do.
Athletic Association, Honor League, O. A. T.,
O. G. A., B2 Club, Commercial Club.
Being all that he is,
Bczug nothing that he i.r1i't."
A RT HUR BURKS
Ambition: To be Dr. Burks.
Connnercial-Club, Athletic Association, Treasurer,
'28, President, '29, '30, Honor League, Football
Squad, '27, Varsity, '28, Assistant Captain, 'z9.
"'A moral, 'wall bred .vtfrmible man."
CURTIS P. BURNETT
"PINKY", "RED", HFIREMANJ'
Ambition: To be head of the "Burnett" School of
Commercial Club, Assistant Business Manager of
Critic: Athletic Association, Honor League, junior
:mzlCSenior O. A. T., Junior O. G. A., XV. A.
"I-Vit and wisdom are barn with a man."
Ambition: To travel over the globe.
Lee Literary Society, Honor League, Wilsonian
Literary Society, Quill and Scroll, President, Span-
ish Club, '29, Headlines Editor, High Timnxr, '28,
Managing Editor, '29, Editor-in-Chief, Fall oi '29
and Spring of '30, Athletic Association.
National Honor Society, Vice-President, '3o.
"I'II be 1'l1C1"l'jl and free,
I'1l be .md for nobody."
Ambition: To teach school, perhaps.
Junior G. H. S. C., G. H. S. C., Athletic Asso-
ciation, Vlfilsonian Literary Society, French Club,
"How sweet and fair she .reams to be."
Ambition: To marry and keep house.
G. H. S. C., Athletic Association, Glee Club,
"Even the worthy I-lomcr somctzfrnm nods."
IVA LILLIAN CAMPBELL
Ambition .' To love and be loved.
.Lee Literary Society, -French Club, Wilsonizln
Literary Society, Adelphian Debating Society, G.
H. S. C., Athletic Association, Honor League.
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"Sim'nr1: and true, I strive in all my best fo do."
Ambition: To be Mrs. -.
O. G. A., XV. A. T. C., Secretary, Lee Literary
Society, '27, Commercial Club, Secretary, Commer-
cial Club, '29, B2 Club, Secretary, B2 Club, '29,
Honor League, Athletic Association, Junior and
Senior O. A. T., High, Times Typist, '29,
National Honor Society. ,
"One sees mul laws."
SALLIE KATHRYN CA RDVVELL
Ambition: To darn somebody's socks or else-peru
haps to study abroad.
Secretary, David Carrick Players, '28, President,
David Garrick Players, '29, Secretary, Aclelphian
Debating Society, '28, Vice-President, Aclelphian
Debating Society, 'z , VVilsonian Literary Society,
G. H. S. C., French Club, Athletic Association.
National Honor Society.
"Beauty cost her notliingf'
M. ELIZABETH CARSON
Ambition: To find "that Vlfonderful Something
' called Love."
Athletic Association, Honor League, Basketball,
'29, French Club, Junior G. H. S. C., G. H. S. C.,
NVilsouian Literary Society.
Slit' is full airpirit and fun.
Her loyalty run' is fine."
Anilaitiazi: To gn to places, see people, and do
Athletic Association, Spanish Club, Honor
"Hel: lzmzcst and pafievit and .rtran.y."
GEORGE CABELL COLEMAN
Ambition: To be President of National Associa-
tion of Side Door Pullman Passengers.
Hi-Y: Athletic Association, Honor League, Man-
ager Basket-ball, '29.
"A good deed -ix never lost."
G. T. COLEMAN, IR.
Ambition: To seek the Foot of the Rainbow.
Athletic Association, Honor League, I-li-Y Club,
Football Squad, '28, Varsity, '29, Baseball Squad,
'28, Varsity, '29, Athletic Representative.
Ullluvli study 'ir 'lKl0!ll'ii.Y01l18 to the flesh."
Ambition.: To fly airships.
O. A, T., Monogram Club, Football, Athletic
Association, Typewriter Contest.
"A lady vulmse bright eyes rm'-n infliwrz-ce."
Ambition: To be assistant superintendent of "Col-
lins-Howl Public Library."
Athletic Association, Treasurer, Spanish Club,
"Ready err I mil her imma."
VIRGINIA JAMES CONSON
Amlzition: To bc a millionaire school teacher-
Wilsoniaii Literary Society, Dramatic Club, High
Timvxp Athletic Association, Chapel Committee, YZQQ
Quill and Scroll, '3o.
National Honor Society, Secretary, '3o.
"Our loss is the 'zuorldlr gain."
PETER GUERRANT COSBY
Ambition: To be Editor of the New York Timm.
Quill and Scroll, '29, '30, Athletic Association,
Honor League, Crifir Stalf, '28, Assistant Editor,
Critic, '29, Editor-in-Chief, Critic, '3o.
National Honor Society.
"lVi!ll, rr je.rfAan luir tongue and zz smile 011- her Iifnr,
Sl:c's bulzblmg with frm to lzcr fl'lZgC'1'f7.PS.u
Amlritirm: To live on a Ranch on a South Sea
Girl Reserves, Captain, Swimming Team, '29, On
Swimming Team., '28, Athletic Association,
League, Dramatic Class.
"Curling hair anti laughing eyes, .
Yet a will that zs firm unto the .vle1e.r."
Ambifiovz: To he independent.
G. H. S. C., W'ilsonian Literary Society, Ath-
letic Association, Honor League, Dramatic Class,
Swimming Team, '27.
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"Great feeling hath .she of her own
Hfhieh lesser souls may 'never know."
Tl-IEA GOODE DABNEY
Ambition: To boss.
Honor League, Lee Literary Society, Athletic
Association, S. A. P. Club, VicePresident of Honor
League, '30, Basket-ball Team, '28, '30, Captain,
Syvimmmg Team, '29, Dramatic lub, Wilsonian
Literary Soeiety, G. H. S. C., High Times Staff,
'29, '3o, Vice-President, Senior Class.
National Honor Society.
"All great men are dead-aml
l'm 11-0f feeling well myself."
FLOYD J. DAVIS
Ambition: To he sitting on Top of the Worlcl.
Athletic Association, Critic Staff, Honor League,
HI-Y, Chaplain, Hi-Y, 129, '30, Football Squad,
'29, Basket-ball Team, '28, '29, Vice-President,
O. E. K. Club.
"A1I..old proverb in mind we keep
It rs this, Still waters ruin deep."
RONALD JAMES DAVIS
Ambition: What I'll do or what I'll be Only Father
v Time will see.
Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Honor
League, Football Squad, '27, Basket-ball Squad, '28,
Football Letterman, 'z8.
The first lmmdrrd years are the hardest."
WILLIAM W. DENNIS, IR.
Ambition: To loaf.
Adelpliian Debating Society, '27, '28, French
Club, Athletic Association, Track Team, ,271 Honor
"folly, yet .reriousg
Fun-Iozfing, yet sincere."
RUTH C. ELDER
Ambition-: To get married.
Lee Literary Society, '28, Commercial Club. Re-
porter: Vice-President, B: Club, Secretary, O. G.
A., W. A. T. C.: Honor League, Athletic Associa-
tion, Royal Proficiency Club, O. A. T., Vice-Presi-
dent 4B English Club.
"A little work, a little play
To keep me going."
RUSSELL S. ENGERT
Ambition: To he Master of Ceremonies at Lynch-
burg Radio Station.
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A friend to all."
MARGARET LEE EURE
Ambition: To sweep out my castle in the air.
G. H. S. C., Lee Literary Society, Assistant
VVorkshop Editor of Critic, '28-'29, Clubs and Asso-
ciations Editor of Crust, '29, Literary Editor of
Critic, ,29, '30, Literary Editor of Crcxt, '30, Presi-
dent of Quill and Scroll, Captain, Senior Basket-
ball Team, NVilsonian Literary Society, David Gar-
rick Players, French Club, Athletic Association,
Honor League, Swimming Team, '29, '3o.
National Honor Society.
'Ullcrry as llze day is long."
FRANCES VIRGINIA EVANS
Ambition: To keep a home for Blind Mice.
G. H. C., Lee Literary Society, Honor
League, Wilsonian Society, Spanish Club, Athletic
"Aga cannot wither -liar, nor ciistams stale her
GLA DYS VIRGINIA FARRA R
Ambition: To drive the Fresh Air Taxi Cab for
Amos and Andy.
Wilsonian Literary Society, '30, Spanish Club,
Reporter, High. Timer, '29, Assistant Editor, High
Times, '30, David Carrick Players, Quill and
Scroll, Class Editor, Critic C7'0Jt,' G. H. S. C.,
Athletic Association, Honor League, Swimming,
'29, Basket-hall, Junior Team, '29,
National Honor Society, President, '3o.
"Not by years but by disfvoritioai is wisdom.
EMMA ELIZABETH EEAGANS
A1nb1'tio'n.' To teach school.
Honor League, Athletic Association.
"Oh but she was wise, A ,
Avid sweat as she was 'zuiscf'
VIRGINIA KELLY FEATI-IERSTON
Ambit-frm: Why bring that up!
Lee Literary Society: Wilsonian Literary Society,
G. H. S. C., French Club, High Times Staff, '28,
Athletic Association, Critic Staff, '29, '30, Crest
Start, '30, Honor League, David Carrick Players,
Quill and Scroll.
National Honor Society.
'nfllcn are not to bc measured in i1icI1z'.r."
Ambition: To be a surgeon.
Hi-Y Club, Orchestra, '28, '29, '30, Arlelphian
Debating Society, Treasurer, Adelphian, '29, Honor
League, Dramatic Club, Assistant Manager Base-
ball, '28, Manager, Baseball, '30,
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"Knowledge is power."
Ambition: To fly a passenger plane to the moon.
Athletic Associationg Spanish Club, President,
129, ,30Q Honor League.
"Blind is the lever of all things."
KATHERINE VIRGINIA FORD
Ambition: To be an author.
David Garrick Playersg Athletic Association:
Honor League: G. H. S. C., VVilsonian Literary
Societyp French Clubg Assistant Poetry Editor of
Criticg Crust Statfg Basket-ball, '28, '29g Orchestrag
Quill and Scroll, '30,
National Honor Society.
"None knew there but to love thee
Nor named time but to f77'U'l.YC.U
Ambition.: To be a private secretary on a steamer
and sail around the world.
Dramatic Clubg Mistress of the Wardrobe, 'guy
Dramatic Class: Commercial Clubg Club Reporter,
'29g O. A. T.: O. G. A,g VV. A. T. C.g Honor
Leagueg Athletic Associationg Library Assistant,
Critic' Typist, '29, '3og Glee Club, Junior Class Sec-
retary: Senior Class Secretaryg Official Typist of
National Honor Society.
"An aim in life is the only fortune 'worth finding."
MARVIN M. GILES, JR.
Ambition: To feed hungry mouths.
Dramatic Clubg Adelphian Debating Society, '28,
President, '29g Basket-ball, '28, 'zgg Football, 'zgg
Hi-Y Clubg Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg
French Clubg Wilsonian Literary Society.
"Oli, I could play the woman with mine eyes."
Ambit-ion: To sleep as late as I please.
High T'imo.r, '27, '28g Class News Editor, High
T'imc.v, '29, '3og Lee Literary Societyg French Clubg
Athletic Association: Honor Leagueg Treasurer,
Wilsonian Literary Society, '29.
National Honor Society.
"Bc silent and .safe-.vilenro never betrays you."
JOHN 5. GLUNT
A1-nbitiou: To finance Mexican Revolutions.
Athletic Associationg Honor League.
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"Though she pursue a scholarly 'way
Miicli fun .rho finds from :lay to dayf'
Ambitian: To be dean of girls at a finishing school
in the Archipelago Isles.
Junior Public Speaking Club: Arlelphian Debat-
ing Society, Basket-hall Team, Wilsonian Literary
Society: French Club, David Carrick Players,
llonor League, Athletic Association.
"HP had that merry glanrc ilmt .wldom Iaz1y's liearl
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THOMAS W. GRAVES
Ambitiovz: To design airplanes and motors.
l-Ii-Y: Drznnatic Club, Manager, Football, '28-
'zgg Advertising Manager of High Timcxg Wilso-
nian Literary Society: Honor League, Athletic
sociationg Monogram Club.
"Ne1'cr too .rei'io11.v,
Never too frizfolomr,
But a rare good follow."
EDNA ELIZABETH GREENE
flmbitiou: To be au accountant.
S. A. P. Clubg Glee Club, Honor Leagncg Span-
"A in't love grand-?"
JACQUEIJNE NVINTHROP HALEY
Ambition: To be so efficient in French that l'll
G. H. S. C.g Athletic Associationg Honor League.
"The way to have a friend is to be one."
LUCY B. I-IARRELL
Ambilion: To expound law.
Commercial Clubg W. A. T. C.: O. A. T., Honor
League, Athletic Association: O. G. A.
"Good-looking, full af frm,
With a smile for everyone."
LEVVIS LAYMON HAAS
"LEMON HEAD HAAS"
Ambition: To get married.
Hi-Y Clubg Athletic Associationg Manager, Base-
ball '28' Baseball Team '2 ' Basket-ball Team, '29,
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'30, Football Squad, 5293, High Times: Honor
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"Patience is the remedy for every sorrow."
MAY LOUISE HARRIS
Ambition: To be an artist.
Wilsonian Literary Society: G. H. S. C.g Ath'
letic Associationg Honor League.
"Luugh1'ng syn.: and nmimers brifll1t."
Ambition.: To paint the clouds with sunshine.
Lee Literary Society, 'z8g Wilsonizm Literary
Society, '29g G. H. S. C.g Honor Leagueg Athletic
Associationg French Club.
"All profile are good L'.TCL'f7t those who are -idle."
Ambition : To be president of a large corporation.
Hi-Y Clubg Athletic Associatioug Spanish Cluhg
Treasurer, Hi-Y Club, 'zgg Honor League.
"How ran I study 'with love affairs on- my braiusf'
BARBARA LOUISE I-IAWKINS
Ambition: To be Mrs.-e
Commercial Clubg Athletic Associaliong O. A. T.g
W. A. T. C.: Honor Leagueg B2 Club.
"A friend 'is worth all hazards we mn run."
"NA NA PA"
Ambition: To wait for my dream man to show up.
Glee Club: Athletic Associationg S. A. P.g Honor
"E'Um'ybody".v friend, 1iobndy'.r enemy."
EDVVIN A. HICKSON
Ambition: To be a doctor.
Band, '27, '28, ,2Q, ,30.
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"Thoughts are miglzticr than xtrengtlz of llalirlf'
I. FORBES HICKSON
Ambition: To date Hollywoocl's.
Honor League: Critic Staff, ,29, '3og Senior Rep-
resentativeg Hi-YQ Lee Literary Clubg Athlehc As-
sociation: Aclehrhizm ,Debating Societyg Quill and
".5'In'ff, .vlzrrp tlml lmittctlz 11-f' the ruz'f'If'iI slrmie of
Ambitia-ii: To be President.
Athletic Associzitiong Honor Lengueg Baseball
"Sin1f1lir1ffy in muimers has an enrlmntiny effect."
Ambition: To travel.
Athletic Association: Spanish Cluhg Honor League.
'S87'e'."llL', resolute, still,
Calm yet self-11o.f.ves.vcr1."
WILLIE C. HOLLAND
Ambition: To write scenarios for the Hollywood
Glee Clubg O. A. '1'.g Athletic Associationg Honor
"Reaching toward the Izcstf'
Aml1it'ion: To give Anita Loos a little competition.
Wilsonian Literary Societyg Lee Literary Societyg
Quill and Scrollg Adelphian Debating Society:
French Club, '28g President of French Club, ,2Q,
,301 High Times Statfg Critic-Cre.sl Staifg S. A. P.
Cluhg Honor Leagueg Athletic Association.
National Honor Society.
"l1'msr plca.m1it ami fair art thou."
Ambitinn.: To be superintendent of "Collins-Howl
Athletic Associationg Spanish Clubg Honor League.
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"Charm strike.: the sight, but merit wins the soul."
Ambition: To lic an eflicient teacher.
Girl Reserves: Dramatic Cluhg Vice-President,
French Club, '3u.
"I um bigger 1111111 llllylllillfl flmf mu lmppfn to mc."
LAVVRENCE BRASSELL JENNINGS
Ambition: To he il lmppy, carc4free bachelor.
Commercial Cluhg Honor League: Athletic Assn-
ciationg O. G. A.g Jr. :mil Sr. O. A. T.
"Sf1m'vlr may Im silzfmw, but often silcfice is f10lzIc'n."
f'l'IJ'lI1ff!.0lll To he the "Big Cheese" in zu corporzltion.
'l'reasln'e1', Commercial Club, '.:9g Honor League
O. G. A.g 0. A. 'l'.g Athletic Association.
"fl chcerfnl iwzmlv-nam'c Imfokwzs a Hood heart."
MARY JANE JESSEE
Ambitizm: To he Mrs. -
Athletic Associationg Honor League.
"Tlu'rc' is a glarflcn. in lim' fare,
IfVhz'rc roxcs and -1c'l11tc Irlws slrozu.
CELIA H. JONES
flmlviliau: To teach school.
G. H. S. C.: NVilsoni:m Literary Society: Ath-
letic Association: llnnor League: French Cluh.
"S:cv.'z'l, !l1'H'Ul' axpertf'
LOLA M. JONES
Ambition: To linish high school.
Athletic Associationg Glec Club.
"Salt your life 'with humor, jrcpfw' it 'mifll wit, and
sprinkle over it the joy nf fellozcvslLi11."
LLOYD B. JORDAN
Ambition: To be an electrical engineer.
Bmxdg Crilic Staffg Athletic Associationg Honor
League: Quill and Scroll, '3o.
"Good nature and good semvc arc good L'017lI'lUliI7lLT.J
ANNETTE FOOTE IUDD
Ambition: To travel.
French Clnlxg David Carrick Players: Wilsonian
Literary Society: Adelphian Debating Societyg In-
terclass Basket-hall, ,3O.
"Ho has any our in e'L'cry4 ma'n'.v boat
.flilrl Il finger in every pm."
ROYALL 13. KEITH
flmbiiiou: To out-bull the voice of 303.
Ili-Y Clnlxg llonor Lcagueg Dramatic Clubg Dm-
matic . Classg Sf5l'gCZl.11t'illl-fxI'!1'lS, Dranmtic Club:
Athletic Associationg Spanish Club.
"Wlm!'.r tim use of 1'u.vhi11y?
Let us loaf awhile,
I'Va!rh ihc otlzcrs fmxl: mul run,
FVe'll juxt .vit and smile."
DAVID HAMPTON KIZER, IR.
.4mIu'tion: To argue a law suit before the United
States Supreme Court.
Clfllflhf Staff, '2Sg Football Squad, '28g Spanish
Club, ,29, ,3DQ Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg
"'Ti.v far bvtlcr to try and jail than riczwr to fry."
WILLIAM M. KNIGHT
A mbition : To Hy.
Athletic Associatioug Commercial Cluhg Honor
"She is as good as .rim is fain'
Ambition: To louk for my man.
Athletic Associationg Honor League.
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Better be .vmall and shine
Than great and cast a shadow."
Ambition: To grow tall.
Treasurer, Ir. G. H. S. C., 'z6g G. H. S. C.g
Dramatic Club, Dramatic Class, Lee Literary So-
ciety: Wilsonian Literary Societyg French Cluhg
National -Honor Society.
"Lough mul the world laughs with yon."
JAMES I-IENRY LEGRANDE
A1Ilb1.ti01lif To be IL stenograpber on a "Dream-
Athletic Association: W. A. T. C.g jr. and Sr.
O. A. T.: O. G. A.g Commercial Clubg High Timex
Typistg Typewriting Contest, 'zgg Honor League:
Senior Banquet Committee.
"Joy risru' in me like a summer morn."
FRANCES KATHRYN LOGAN
French Club: G. H. S. C.g XVi1sonian Literary
Society: Lee Literary Societyg Athletic Associationg
High T'I.1l1L'.T Staff: Honor League.
"HapQy-go-lucky: careless, and free,
Nathmg tlmrc is that worriex me."
ROBERT ROGERS MANIATES
Ambition: To be a great football coach.
Commercial Club: Treasurer of Athletic Associa-
tiong Football, '27, '28, 'zgg Basket-ball, 'zSg As-
sistant Captain, YZQQ Captain, '3og Athletic Associa-
ginrg Honor Leagueg Vice-President of Monogram
"Not too sober, not lpn gay,
A rare good sport m every way."
SHIRLEY E. MASON
Ambition: To charge Knot being chargedl S30 per
lesson for Vitaphone voice culture.
G. H. S. C.g Lee Literary Socictyg David Gar-
rick Playersg Honor Leagueg VVilsonian Literary
Society, French Club.
"The mildest manners with the bravest mind."
Tl-IELMA LEE MASON
Lee Literary Societyg Wilsonian Literary Soci-
etyg French Club: Athletic Associationg Honor
Leagueg G. H. S. C.5 S. A. P. Club.
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"Sim-.doctli little lcinziizemes I
lflfluch most Iz7a'z'c imdomz or rlc.rpz:o."
VANIRA SCOTT MASON
Ambition: To receive an L. H. S. diploma, and to
be able to make my own way through life.
Athletic Association, Honor League, G. H. S. C.,
O. G. A., W. A. T. C., Commercial Club.
"Good nature and good sense are good compam'o1i.r."
Pl-IYLLIS VIRGINIA MATTI-IEXVS
"PEE WEE" '
Ambitiolz: To raise fried chickens and strawberry
G. I-I. S. C., Lee Literary, '28, French Club,
Athletic Association, Honor League, Secretary, Wil-
soniau, ,291 Basket-ball, High Times Staff, 329, '30,
Historian, Senior Class, Crit'ic-C1-est Stal
'Fm' .rho is wise, if I cu-u judge af her,
And fair .rhc if ihai mum eyvs be rruv,
And trim .vhc 1: as :hc hath fwowzd lim'.veIf."
ELIZABETH GLASS MAYFIELD
Amlaitiou: To grow macaroni.
NVilsonizm Literary Society: Lee Literary Society,
Quill and Scroll, Vice-Presiclent, Quill and Scroll,
,292 French Club, Basket-ball, ,272 High Times
Staff, C1'it1fc-Crest Stailf, S. A. P. Cluh, G. II. S.
C., Jr. G. H. S. C., Dramatic Club, Honor League.
National Honor Society.
TREVILIAN A. MEADE
Ambition: To be a pilot on the T. A. T. Service.
Athletic Association, Vice'President, Spanish
Club, '29, '30, Honor League.
"Tim mildext mmmers and the gentlcst heart."
fl1Yll7I'fl.0Hi To remain Miss.
Spanish Club, G. H. S. C., Honor League, Ath-
"'Hz'r f17'L'.TL'HL'l' lend.: its 'warmth and health to all
who wmv before -it."
LURLEENE ELEANOR MILES
Ambition: To he a successful private secretary.
Athletic Association: S p a n i s h Club, Honor
League, Commercial Club.
"A smile will ga a long, long way."
Ambiliou: To sail the Meiliterranean Sea.
David Garrick Players, Mistress of the Ward-
robe, ,30Q Wilsonian Literary Society, Library As-
sistant, ,2Q, go, Commercial Club, Class Represen-
tative, '29, . G. A., O. A. T., W. A. T. C.,
Honor League, Athletic Association, High Timor
Typist, '29-'30, Oflicial Typist of Dramatic Clulm.
"A laugh is worth- U, hundred yromzs in any market."
TH ELMA ESTELLE MONGER
Ambition: To prove, by living in Chicago, that the
spirit of adventure still exists.
Lee Literary Society, G. H. S. C., David Gar-
rick Players, French Club, VVilsonian Literary So-
ciety, Girls' Glee Club, Basket-ball, ,27, '28, '29,
'30, Critic Staff, '29, '3o, Crest Sta5, Athletic As-
Eicmhion, Honor League, Volley Ball, Quill and
. sro , ,30.
"Sober, quiet, pegi,r1T'ue, and zlfmuirv, ,
One af those frzcmls of whom you arf' sure.
EVA DAVIS MOORE
Ambifion: To go smilifig through with the man I
Athletic Association, Commercial Cluh, B2 Club,
Glee Club: Lee Literary Society, O. G. A., Honor
"Her air, her manner, all who saw ruImircd."
VIRGINIA FRANCES MOTLEY
Ambition: To travel farther West.
Secretary of Jr. G. II. S. C., '26, B2 Club, Hon-
or League, Athletic Association, Girls' Basket-ball
Team, '27, Wilsonian Literary Society.
"I care not."
Ambition: To Llo nothing.
Basket-hall, '26, ,271 Hi-Y Cluh, Athletic Asso-
ciation, Treasurer, Spanish Club.
"I-Iuffpy am I, from mn: 1'-in free.
Why areift they all rolzltenied like mc?"
Ambition: To be a nurse.
Athletic Association, Honor League, G. H. S. C.,
Girls' Basket-ball Team, '28.
"Mind boys, flmxe eyr:s,. A
For they 'work ax C1Lf7ld'S smile."
MARY CARY NICHOLAS
Ambitiuu: To act all parts but one.
Girls' Reserveg G. H. S. C.: Dramatic Clubg Loc
Literary Societyg VVilsoni:m Literary Societyg Pres-
ident, Dramatic Club, 'gog Athletic Associzitiong
High Times Staff.
"KimIm'.v.v is lim' 'wi'sdom."
Ambiiion: To he a stenograplmr.
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg O. G. A.
"He is admirably .vrlzooled in vzfery grace."
I. BEVERLEY OGDEN
Amlvitzlrn: To be a medical specialist.
Band, 'zgg Athletic Associationg Honor League.
"He ix a gcmlcman from .vale to f:r01cm."
C, MARVIN OLIVER
Ambitims.' To be sitting in House of
Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg Track Team.
"The longer I live the more viy mind dwells upon
the 'zvzszlam of silence."
MERVVYN H. OVERSTREET
Ambition: To sleep.
Athletic Associatioug Commercial Cluhg O. G. A.
Cluhg Ir. and Sr. O. A. T.: Honor Leagneg Lee
Literary Society, '28,
"Great tlzouglzts come from the heart."
Ambition: To he a First-rate stenographer.
O. G. A.g Commercial Cluhg VV. A, T. C.5 Honor
Leagneg Athletic Association.
"One in. QEIIIUWI.
The springtime of her clzilzlirli years
Hath never lost ztx frm-lx perfume."
CHARLOTTE REID PARRl SH
Ambition: To travel.
"I'm in love with this world.
It lms been good to me."
JOHN M. PAYNE
Ambitiafi: To test mattresses.
President, Hi-Y Club, ,QUQ Vicc-President, Hi-Y,
'29g Dramatic Club, Assistant Circulation Manager,
Cl'1'fl'L', '28, Circulation Manager, Critic, '29, '3o:
Baseball. 'egg Manager, Baslceteball, 'zog Treasurer,
Senior Class: Athletic Associationg Honor League:
Cheer Leacler, '29,
"Lad'1'c.r, :leur ladies
Please loam' me alone!"
FRANK C. PERKINS. JR.
Ambition: To finish up at L. H. S.
Stage Manager of David Carrick Playersg Hi-YQ
Football, l28, 'eng Band, '26, ,271 Critic Staff, ,29,
l30Q Monogram Clubg Honor League: Athletic Asso-
ciationg Dramatic Club and Classy Public Speaking
Club, '26, lZ7.
"l liml .ratlmr r'.ru'l in lcna7t'lmlyL' of 'Il'lI!lt.1lJ goof!
tlmn mn. the f.1'Ic11t of my ,homer and domml0n."'
J. CARLTON PRICE
Ambition: To see what is on the other side of this
Athletic Associationg I-Ii-Y Clubg Spanish Club,
"lf you 11uveu't met ll!!H'!1!11'L7l7 yozfzfa vnisscd liulf
MARGARET ANN PUGH
Amlaitiau: To do something 'l've never done before.
G. H. S. C.: Honor Lcagucg hA,l.1S01llZ111 Literary
Society, Athletic Associationg Girls' Glee Club.
"Jolly, yet .fcriousy fun lovifzg, yet si1wm'e."
CAROLINE GORDON READ
Ambition: To travel abroad.
High Timex Staffg G. H. S. C., Athletic Asso-
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"A true friend is fl friend forever."
ESTHER ELIZABETH REED
flmlziliau.: To try to make somcone else as happy
as 1 expect to be.
Commercial Club, Honor League, O.
A. T., VV. A. T. C., Spanish Club.
G. A., O.
"Ha is a lion among lllc ladies."
RALPH EDNVARD RHODES
Amliitionz To be a C. P. A.
Commercial Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Commercial
Club, '29, Jr. and Sr. O. A. T., O. G. A., Re-
porter, W. A. T. C., '28, Treasurer, W. A. T. C.,
,291 Honor League, Athletic Association: Cashier
in Cafeteria, Typist, High Times, '28, Business
lXlanager, High T1'vne.r, '30, Quill and Scroll, 530.
National Honor Society.
"You think .rl1c'.v sliy?
O, meg o my!
You jex' dau? lzirmo ller
ROSALI E E. RHODES
Allli11lfi01P.' To run an old mairl's home.
G. H. S. C., VVilsonian Literary Society, Adel-
phian Debating Society, Spanish Club, Basket-hall
28, lnterclass Basket-ball, '29, Athletic
Squail, i27, '
nnlurl on flu' great nml splendid tlrrny
"Keep your . , -
lnlce to do, and you will Amt ham! func
J, FRANK ROBERSON
A1nbil1'1m: To manage an office.
Treasurer Commercial Club, '28, Vice-President
Lee Literary Society, '28, O. G. A,, Iunior and
Senior O. A. T., W. A. T. C., Typewriting Team
to Riclmionil, '28, Fredericksburg, 'ZQQ Quill and
Scroll, Vice-President, Davirl Carrick Players, 'zol
Honor League: Athletic Association, Manager and
Typist, Critic Staff: Cheer Leader, '28, '29, '30,
Royal Accuracy Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, VVilsonian
Literary Society, Assistant Secretary, Senior Class,
VVinner of the Gorgas Medallion from L. H. S.,
'30, VVinner of medal for most accurate Royal
Typist in State of Virginia, '2o.
National Honor Society, Treasurer, '3o.
"I do not try to azfoirl trouble, but 1w1'!l1cr do 1
yo looking for il."
EDWARD C. ROBERTSON
Ambition: To hlow holes in macaroni.
Sergeant-at-Arms, Commercial Club, '29, Athletic
Association, O. G. A., O. A. T., Basket-ball Squad,
'28, Honor League.
Her zlvry frozvns are fairer far
Tlum sm:-lz'.r of other maidens are."
BETSY THOMPSON ROSS
Ambition: To sleep.
Athletic Association, Honor League, Spanish Club.
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"All thutlv sifnple, .vzcvvet rim! satisfying."
RUBY MAXINE ROSS
Ambition: To travel.
Commercial Clnhg Honor Leagneg Girl Reservesg
VV. A. -C.: O. G. A.g-O. A. T.: Athletic Associa-
tiong Critic Typistg Senior Class Represeiitative.
"A raxcbud set with little willful tlmv'us."
RUTH VIVIAN ROUSE,
Ambition: To teach.
Q G.. H. S. C.: Spanish Clubg Lee Literary Societyg
Jinnor G. H. S. C.g Honor Leagueg Athletic Asso-
"A frievzd-swezrt ghd, hard to beat.
A sturient-conscientious and su1:ce.r.vf1fI."
VIRGINIA KLING RUBY
Ambition: To be ofhcial interpreter to the Sultan
of Turkey, speaking every language in the world
and tive others besides.
,Tunior G. H. S. C.g Spanish Cluhg Bird's Eye
Review, 'nog Associate Editor, '3og High Timcxg
S. A. P. Club: Wilsonian Literary Soeietyg Honor
Leagueg Athletic Association.
National Honor Society.
"I am not of the feather to slmfze off my friend
when he needs me mort."
SARA ESTILLE RUCKER
Ambition: To run a home for Confederate Veterans.
G. H. S. C.g Lee Literary Societyg Vice-Presi'
dent VVilsnnian Literary Societyg Athletic Associa-
tiong Honor League.
"Too 'wise to err, U
Tao good to be n1Ll:i11.1l'."
VIRGINIA R. RUCKER
.4mbitiou: To teach Spanish.
Ilonor Leagueg Seeretary of Spanish Clnbg Glee
Clubg Athletic Associatlon.
"Luugh. and thc world laugh.: with yon."
DANIEL E. SANDIDGE
A1HbI't'l'01LI To fly.
Athletic Associationg Hi'Y Qliibg Honor Leagueg
VVilsonian Literary Societyg Critic-Crest Stalfg Foot-
ball Squad, '28,
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"I am monorrli of all I .mr'Uey."
CLARENCE VV. SANDIFER
Ambition: To roam around the world and look for
what I hzLven't found.-
Presidcnt, Sub-Sophomore Class, '27, Secretary,
Ili-Y Club, '28, V1cc4President, Ili-Y, '29, Track
Team, '28, Football, '29, Football Letterman, '29,
Wilsnnian Literary Society, Honor League, Tennis
Team, '28, '29, Athletic Association.
"And therefore let's be mc'rry."
ANNE MILLER SHUMATE
flmbitioii: To travel 'round with Faye.
Athletic Association, French Club, Honor League,
Lee Literary Society, VVilsonian Literary Society,
gligg Times Staff, '29, Junior G. H. S, C., G. H.
"Sincere tlllfl trim,
I strive in. ull, my best to do."
CAROLINE M. SMITH
flinbitioii: To paint and draw anything I wish to.
Art Staff of Critic, French Club, Athletic Asso-
ciation, Ilimor League.
"Hang sorrow! c'ure'll kill it cal."
Ambition: To be a Girl Reserve secretary.
Athletic Association: G. H. S. C., French Club,
Historian of G. R. H. S. Club, '28, Secretary of
G. R. H. S. Club, '29, Basket-ball, Swimming.
"To warn, to comfort and command?
Ambition: To be right in tl1e middle of whatever's
going on at that tune.
President, Junior G. H. S. C., Inter-class Basket-
ball, '27, '28, Chairman, Program and Service Com-
mittee of G. H. S. C., Basket-ball Squad, '28, XVil1
souian Literary Society, President of G. H. S. C.,
'28, '29, Captain, Junior Basket-ball Team, David
Garrick Players, '29, '30, Athletic Association,
Honor League, Manager of Girls' Athletics, '29,
Vice President of Junior Class, Senior Representa-
"A .runriy temper gilds the edges of lifelv blackest
Ambition: To be an artist.
Athletic Association, Spanish Club, Honor League.
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Gentle and lowing,
Kind ami polite,
Thoughtf-ul for others,
Sure to do right."
Al11'll7Illl'lU1'lf To travel around the world.
Spanish Club, Dramatic Club, B2 Club, Wilson-
ian Literary Society, Athletic Association, Honor
"A mamwr blitlze and doboimirf'
ARTHUR E. STUMP, JR.
Ambition: To be president of some largie concern.
President, Freshman Class, '27, Hi-Y Club, Ser-
geant-at-Arms French Club, '29, '30, Baseball, '27,
'28, '29, Football, 'ZQQ Basket-ball, '28, '29, '30,
Senior Representative, Sports Editor High Times.
"Intense and keen and sharp and cle-ucv."
W. WHITNEY SWEENEY, IR.
Ambilion: To be a Traveling Salesman for a
Bonded Spirits Corporation.
Athletic Association, Lee Literary Society, Hi-Y,
Orchestra, Male Chorus, Honor League.
"Ent, drink, and be merry."
FABIAN GRANVILLE SYDNOR
Ambition .' To rest on my laurels.
Varsity Football S nad, '27, Letterman, '28, Calu-
tain, '29, Manager qBasket-ball, '27, Band, Mae
Chorus, Honor League, l-Ii:Y, Junior Class Repre-
sentative, Athletic Association.
"Of .rozfl sifrocre, .
In action faith-ful and 111. honor clear."
LAVELON C. SYDNOR
Ambition: To be head sampler in a pie factory.
Band, Orchestra, Hi'Y, Honor League, Athletic
Association, Male Chorusg. President of Junior
Class, '29, President of Senior Class, '30,
The .run .shone on hm' gold hair l
And he-r cheek was glowing fresh ami fair."
Ambition: To teach school.
G. H. S. C., Athletic Association, Honor League.
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ELEANOR TEMPLE TAYLOR
Ambition: To be a nurse. '
Athletic Association: G. H. S. C.: Willsoniim Lit-
gary Societyg S. A. P. Clubg Alumni Editor of
"Few things are impossible to diligence and skill."
Ambition: To do ofhce work.
Athletic Association: Honor Leagueg O. A. T.g
O. G. A.5 Commercial Club.
"As merry ax the day is long."
Ambition: To search for fame.
Athletic Associationg B: Clubg W. A. T. C.5 O.
G. A.g Lee Literary Societyg Commercial Clubg
Honor Leagueg O. A. T. Shorthand Contest.
"Nom: but herself can be her parallel."
CATHERINE DU VOL THOMAS'
Ambition.: To be in Mildred Appersoxfs "Home
for Old Maids."
Wilsonian Literary Societyg Orchestra, '28, YZQ,
305 G. H. S. C.g Secretary of S. A. P. Clulag
French Club, '29, ,301 Secretary Quill and Scrollg
High Timcs Staff, '28, Headlines Editor, l29, Edi-
torial Board, l30Q Basket-ball, '293 Athletic Associa-
tiong Honor League.
"My only boobs were womrm's looks."
WILLIAM HENRY THURMOND
Ambition: To get an education.
Athletic Associationg Critic Contributorg High
Times Contrihutorg Honor League.
"Love all, trust a few
Do 'wrong to none."
Ambition: To be a business woman.
Athletic Associationg O. G. A.g Honor Leagueg
Junior and Senior O. A. T.: Commercial Club.
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"H::If1ing .ramconc else is the .recrct of l1af1pin.c.rs."
ALFRED W. TORRENCE
Ambition: To inamifacture holes for Lloughnuts.
Athletic Associationg Hi-Y Clubg Orchestra, '28,
329, 330j Band, ,27, '28, ,29, ,SO-Q Honor League,
"To be or not to beuilult what?
JACK L. TRENT
Ambition: To have a job in a bakery eating holes
Commercial Club, Sergeantvat-arms, '27, Reporter,
'28, President, '29: High Times Reporter and joke
Editor, 'zgg Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg
Track Team, ,27, '2Si
"Light of heart, liflht of step,
Quick of wit, full of pep."
Ambition : To be a first-rate stenographer.
.Athletic Association: O. G. A.g W. A. T. C.: Lee
Literary Societyg Commercial Cluhg Honor League.
"Ilia-rc simzcd against Hum sl'1ming."
JOHN L. TREVEY
Ambition : .
some railroad, or a Master Mechanic.
To be Chief Mechanical Engineer for
Associatioug Honor League: Football
"Hearts of aah are om' me-nl."
HILTON H. TUCKER
Ambition: To be a "Gentleman of Leisure."
Athletic Association: Honor League.
"True ax the dial to the sun."
Ambition: To be 2. stenographer.
Commercial Club, O. G. A.: Honor League, Ath-
, I V -ii '
"To know hex' is io love her."
M. LOUISE VAN LEAR
Anibitfou: To travel.
"Books can 1zc1.'cr be judgefl by their covers."
Ambition: To he the same person, but doing more
towards getting somewhere.
Commercial Cluhg Athletic -Associationg Honor
"Capable n-ml nr'z'cr too busy to lend a llL'lf'lll!7l1G7lll.,'
Ambition: To be a Construction Engineer.
"Of gentle spirit, of affvcfiovzs miI11."'
ELIZABETH A. XWATSON
Ambition: To give the world a "once over."
B2 Club: Commercial Clnlmg O. G. A.: Athietic
"She who plants kiwi-fines.: yatlwrs love."
Ambition: To travel.
Athletic Association: Honor League: Vllilsonian
"An honest ma1if'.s the noblest work of God."
THOMAS P. VVEBB
Ambition: To chase two cent errors in the Stand-
ard Oil Company's books.
Athletic Association: Commercial Club: O. G. A.:
Junior and Senior O. A. T.: Assistant Business
Manager of Critic: Honor League.
National Honor Society.
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A heart more gentle and more kind."
Ambition: To tour the world.
Junior G. H. S. C.: B2 Club: G. H. S. C.:
Honor League: Athletic Association: Junior Basket-
ball Team, '29: Senior Basket-ball Team, ,30.
"Swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to 'w1'atlz."
E. O. VVHEELER
Ambition: To be a doctor and practice medicine
Hi-Y Club: Athletic Association: High Times:
"Men of few worzlr are the best maxi!"
KENNETH LEON VVHITE
Ambition: To be a Stock Broker.
Business Manager of Critic: Athletic Association:
Honor League: NV. A. T. C.: O. G. A.: O. A. T.:
Commercial Club: Band: Orchestra.
"Tire wo1'ld's no better if we worry,
L1fe's no longer if we I4.m'i'y."
FRANCIS R. WHITEHOUSE
Ambition: To be a Civil Engineer.
Hi-Y Club: Honor League: Band: Athletic Asso-
ciation: Treasurer, Spanish Club.
"Speech is great, but .silence is greater."
Ambition: To nurse some crazy person.
Athletic Association: Honor League: Spanish
Club: B2 Club.
"It is the miml that makes the mon!"
Ambition: To be a Civil Engineer.
Hi-Y: Sergeant-at-Arms of Junior Hi-Y: Wil-
sonian Literary Society: Lee Literary Society: Adel-
phian Debating Society: Critic-Crest Staff: Ath-
letic Editor: High. Times Staff: Football, 'z8g
Honor League: Athletic Association.
National Honor Society.
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"His only fault is that lic has no fault."
ROBERT L. WILLIAMS
Ambition: To be President of the "Radio and Tele-
vision Corporation of Mars."
Spanish Clubg Athletic Associationg Auxiliary
Critir: Stall, 'gog Honor League.
National Honor Society.
"Tumble me down until I will .vit upon my ruins,
Ambition : To teach.
Athletic Associationg Lee Literary Society: Span-
ish Clubg Honor League.
"Let the world sl-ide."
FRANKLIN STUART WISE
Ambition: Doing nothin'.
' Athletic Associationg Track, '28, 'zgg Basket-ball,
"Not afraid of 'worlc .
.Vet not m love with 1t!"
Ambition: To be a chemist.
Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg French
"I'll be merry and free,
I'Il be sad for nobody."
Ambition: To be an expert accountant for a pri-
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Baseball
"Oli call it by some better name
For friemlship sounds too cold."
Ambition: To act or teach dramatics.
Dramatic Club, Secretaryg Adelphian Debating
Societyg G. H. S. C., Secretary: French Clubg Lee
Literary Society: NVilsoniau Societyg Athletic Asso-
ciationg Honor League.
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"A friend in joy ami' in .vorrazr.i,
A fricud today, a f'l'iL'l1-ll tomorrow."
MARY EDYTHE WOODSON
Ambition: To be a stenographer.
O. G. A., Athletic Association, Honor League.
"Ah, why should life all labor be?"
-NELLE FORD NVOODSON
Ambition: To travel.
Lee Literary Societyg VVilsoninu Literary Soci-
ety, G. H. S. C., French Cluhg Athletic Associa-
tion, Honor League.
"To me life is noi a play, but a game."
JOHN R. VVOOLDRIDGE
Al1?'llJl'lf01'l.' To have I1 job winding an eight-day
clock with free lunch thrown in.
Athletic Associationg Honor League, Commercial
Club, O. G. A., W. A. T. A., Junior and Senior
O. A. T., Baseball, ,27, '28, '29, Captain, Baseball,
'29g Football, '28, '29, '3o.
"lily self-respect I will always keep,
' For with myself l must always Irvs."
LESLIE E. YOUNG
Ambition: To fly high, without a fallin' t'eelin'.
Lee Literary Society, President, Hi-Y Club, VVil-
sonian Literary Society, Athletic Association.
"'How ll-nent 1l07lJL'T'lS0 trickles from his tonguz'."
JOHN D. VVRIGHT
Ambition: To do nothing all my life and take a
long time doing it.
Hi-Y Cluhg French Club, Athletic Association,
Honor League, Basket-hall Team, '28, '29, '30,
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And by custom of onr fathers
Chose we then another ehieftain,
Buster of the tribe of Baldwin,
Martha Jones as squaw to aid him,
Lawrence Adams scribe and treasurer,
Spread the name of the Glass High School
ferry Lee as class reeorder.
Guided they our tribe full ably
Till among the neighboring nations
Far and wide among the tribesinen
Many tribes with ns competed,
Yet we stood among the foremost
And when sent to represent us
One wlzo bore the name of Cosby
He brought back from great .Manlzattan
C ups and prizes for the worth
Of magazine and High Sl'lI00l weekly.
Nor less famous were our victors
In the meets of traeh and footballj
Came the time when we were Juniors
Chose we then another Chieftain
Lazfelon of the tribe of Sydnor
Aided by five eouneil members,
Sprinkle, Foster, and fair Zllildred,
Eleanor of the tribe of Taylorj
And Virginia of C ox tribe,
Guided faithfully the conquests
Of 011r forward-ifirzareliing warriors.
Of the able staff who gathered
PVorthy deeds of all the tribesmen
I n a paper published weekly
Half were of our fnnior Jlleinbers.
So distinguished were our members
Five upon the Critic Stajf were,
VV hen again these publications
Claimed a rank of second place
'Mongst the works of neighbor tribes.
lilffitlz strong contestants as our players
ln the gym and on the diamond
Closed we then oar fnnior Year.
lfVe then began the last S 1-1n's journey
On the winding tra-'ll of lenowledgeg
Serious were we full of wisdoin,
Happy were we at the thonght
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Of having cliinbed along the pathways
Till we reached the peak of learning
fl! our dear old Alina .Mater
Again was chosen Laoelon Sydnor
Leader of our forward progress,
Whitlz fonr warriors by him ever.
Chief of these was Thea Dabney:
Mary Foster, Secretary ,'
Roberson Caine first assistantg
I'l7t7'lllif7Il7l'L kept by Johnny Payneg
Chief of speakers P. G. Cosby!
Poet of our class., Virginia
Celebrated we our progress
By a day of joy and singing,
Inst before the great event
l n which our great pigshin players,
Cafttained by our Fabian Sydnor,
Backed the jirin llfagicians' HIIVZKS'
Before a host of cheering seniors
Gathered for the great occasion.
Farther celebration had we
tl'Vith nine score and eight in placej
At our far-famed Senior Banquet,
Declced with colors green and golden,
Held in highly festive spirit
At the Smith tileinorial Hall.
Guests of honor had we 11-zany,
S peahers able had we several,
Chief among thetn llliles, the prophet.
Good advice they gazfe unto us
To guide 'ns in the great beyond.
Further honors did we gather
At the C. S. P. Convention
Wfhen both High Times and the Critic
High Times led by Johnny Brztrnette
P. G. Cosby, chief of Critic
Prizes took of greatest worth.
On a inoonlit night in Nlay
'Rose of Old S0'IlflllCl1lIIiH did we see
Presented as our Senior play,
By a skilled and clever caste.
By dint of high scholastic standing
One score and six won signal honors,
tllevnbers of the mighty council
Called the National Honor Gronjw.
ZW ost reluctant is our leaving
Rlany '7IIf'll10I'lt'S blest we cherish,
But the Sjfirit has connnanded
And we vnitst his will obey.
HVALUABLE -IEVVELS OF LADY POMPERPOOLE STOLENH
irDfll1lLOIld Pezzvdalzf Disapfvcmar f7'01IL-11110 flparlnzeizt at the R'ff.5 of Lady Pomperpoole,
11658 V'fI'g11lftl Car, of Veiv'gf1L1'a"
'HIS was the news item that startled three delegates to the XVor1d's Syn-
dicated Press Association. Willie Holland, Society 'Editor of the Los
,flagellar Trilzunv, Katherine Ford, reporting for the lflirkeillv Times,
a Hickville, Ohio, and Jeanne Holt, foreign correspondent from the Parles-
Vons-Iirmmzfs, uttered a simultaneous "Oh," got down their bags, sig-
nalled for a taxi, and "so to the Ritz."
The enterprising newspaper workers, having changed their head-
, quarters from the Macfklpine in order to be near the excitement, tried to
gain some Iirst-hand information from their old school mate.
"Oh. what will Oswald think?" wailed Lady Pomperpoole, when being interviewed by
the I-lickville reporter. "He gave it to me as a farewell present when he went abroad with
Frank Perkins and john Booth, the steel magnates. He got it at Brooks's. You know Ben
Lee Brooks who put Tiffany out of business."
Lady Pomperpoole was growing so hysterical that her conlidential secretary, Alice
Thomas, tried to soothe her with Smitlfs Smelling Salts, manufactured by the Caroline
Smith Co. This failing to have the desired etiiect, Dr. Andrew Jackson Fielder was sum-
moned, who prescribed Ogden's Pills for All llls. He left her when john Payne, valet to
Lady Pomperpoole's pet poodle, appeared.
The harassed reporter returned to her room, and was trying to make an intelligible
article from Lady Pomperpoole's distressed utterings, when in breezed Kitty Cardwell, the
famous Metropolitan artist, with her inseparable Pekinese under her arm.
"Just thought I would look you up. Oh, Percival, isn't he cute? l got him at the John
Trevey Kennels. And do you know E. O. WVheeler has the job of washing and curling the
dogs' hair. No, l ean't stay. Give my regards to W'illie and Jeanne when they come back.
So sorry to- have missed them. Good-bye."
No sooner had 'Kitty departed than Jeanne and YNillie returned, each trying to outdo the
other in fast talk.
"George Bass runs the elevator in the W oolworth liuilcing. I tried to wheedle him into
letting me go up for nothing, but he gave me a resolute, 'No'."
"Bill Hill winds the clock in the lobby of this very hotel," countered Wlillie.
"By the way, has anything new turned up in the Pomperpoole diamond case?" demanded
"No, the house detectives haven't found the slighest clre. Lady Pomperpoole has been
conferring with her lawyer, lsaac Hoppenstein, of the firm Hoppenstein, Wolff. and Fogel.
all morning. Finally they summoned Massie Burgess and Frank Roberson, the renowned
detectives, all the way from Virginia. Great things are expected of them."
"Heavens! VVhat's that?" said Katherine, jumping at a sudden noise. '
"That's nothing but the mail plane taking off from Bill Dennis's patent landing for hotel
roofs," said VVillie.
"That gives me an idea," began Jeanne, "let's get the lirankfurter from the Overstreet
hangars, and see New York from the air."
On the way to the commercial field, the delegates met Lawrence Adams, rising naval
officer, who offered to take them up in a plane at his disposal.
"Thatls the Ballagh tower! Ralph Ballagh designed it and Sandidge and Sandifer,
architects, carried out the plans." said VVillie as their plane slowly rose above the skyscrapers.
"And who is the human fly P" inquired Jeanne. "Look, he's almost to the top."
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"Uh, that's Trevilian Meade. l-le and Francis Wfhitehouse climbed Nkfoolworth Building
last year," explained Katherine.
"Arthur Stump and Franklin Xkfise are to climb the Matterhorn next summer, so I read
in the papers," said Wfillie. ,
"NN'ell, I got enough snowl to last me for some time last winter at Bowling-Bazcmore,
the new Swiss resort. Catherine Sprinkle and Elizabeth Mayheld came through ther-e lust
after having been presented to the Queen at the Court of Stzjames. Sara Rucker, Virginia
Ruby, Catherine Thomas, Betsy Xkfilkinson, To Sneed, and Shirley Mason are there now."
"Gracious! what a crowd I" said the three friends as they landed.
"Yes," the obliging pilot replied, "they're here to see Ruth Elder take oht tor a round-thc-
world hop, sponsored by Jack Trent, Robert Williaiiis, Marvin Giles. and Edward Rice."
"VVhew! look at Beau Brtnninellf' said Katherine, as they saw Bob Murrie on Fifth
"Yes, they say Knight and Kizer design styles exclusively for him," added VVillie.
just at that time, Gladys Webb, Margaret Trent, Vivian Rouse, Margaret Pugh, Eleanor
Brown, and Hallie Toms passed on the way to a rehearsal of the "Springtime Fantasvf' being
produced by Wfoolridge, Young, and Torrence, who had just taken over Ziegfeld's business.
They next passed 'by the Pastime Club, where P. G. Cosby and Alec Haskins were playing off
a chess match, with Carlton Price as promoter. P. G.'s pet black snake was by him for a
Returning to the Ritz, they received their mail and went to their rooms to read it.
"VVill you look in this paper P" said Wlillie, holding up a copy of the .Los Angeles TI'lblfLllC.
'fRonald Davis is starring in the new production, 'Silver Shadowsf with Elizabeth Carson,
Ruth Crews, Gladys Farrar, and Faye Logan as co-stars."
"I heard Eleanor Taylor was at Mayo Brothers in Rochester. You knew she was a
nurse, flltlllit you P" remarked Jeanne.
"I see," said Katherine, "that Temple Bass, Sara Gilliam, Jerry Lee, and Mildred Apper-
son are to leave for a Mediterranean cruise next week."
"'Miller Shumate advocates Miles and Shepherd's Cough Drops for a stronger voice'g
so runs this ad in the llickvzlle Times," came from VVill1e who had picked up Katherine's
"After having dinner let's go to the show, 'cause I want to see Thelma Mason, Marjorie
Campbell, Virginia Conson, Frances Evans, Phyllis Matthews, Viola Overstrcet, and Irma
Rucker playing in 'The Nlglll Mail to MZll'Si,ii said Jeanne, "And I see by this advertisement
in Plmm-Play that Margaret Adams and Russel Engert have become the chief assets of the
"Did you know that Thomas WVebb and Curtis 'Burnett have been in the clouds three
months searching for speckled germs for the beneht of the Thurmond, Armstrong, and
Sweeney Public Health Foundation ?" called Katherine. I
"Just this morning." said X'Villie. "I passed by an impressive-looking building, and above
the door, in bold letters, was the sign, 'Henkel, Glunt, and Haas, Automatic Gum-Chewing
"And an article in my paper says that the Keith, Maniates, and Oliver Company has just
published Forbes I-Iickson's Trn'z'vI.r Tlll'0llflll Trcnzszfnal. Margaret Eure's Bedtime Stories,
Elizabeth Layne's Sofia! Prublmlls, and Leonora XfVhitten's Rod .S'tockings,' volunteered
- "In my morning's mail." said Jeanne, "I got a copy of the Perle:-Vans-Frm:mis. ,Xn
article inn it tells that Crawley NVilliams is getting his sixth divorce, and Annette Judd. Sabina
Goldstein, and Constance Collins, known as Three Enthralling Thrillers, are appearing tonight
in a ballet number in the -lessee-Newcombe Theatre at Paris."
-"This morning's Hicktfille Tinzvs says that Fabian Sydnor, Hilton Tucker, and Kenneth
NVh1te, Virginia representatives, are strongly upholding the affirmative side of the question,
'Resolvedz That cotton should be grown in lVIaine.' just let me read you some articles I've
saved from some old copies of the T1'lI1F.T. I.1sten, now," said Katherine:
" 'Stratton Walker, the head of the mathematics department of the University of Chicago,
recently won the Ned LeGrande-Claiborne .Prize for the solution of the world's most difficult
problem, 2 - X I 0, originated and submitted by .Ralph Rhodes. All the world was excited
over this noteworthy achievement, and congratulations poured in from every corner of the
" 'Because of the invention of a periscope showing six dimensions, Lavelon Sydnor, Mark
XVood, and john XVright, are all listed in lflflzolr Wim for their scientilic accomplishment.
James LeGrande and Edwin Hickson have gone in for extensive poultry raising. An egg,
pink and, about six inches in diameter, laid by one of their bantam hens, is in the National
"'The Three Musketeers, Coleman, Coleman, and Coleman, are scheduled to sing in
l'VVhy here's a marriage announcement! 'Randolph Hartley and Arthur Burks were
married in Miami last Tuesdayf
" 'Tom Graves and Floyd Davis have at last surprised the world by writing a long, educa-
tional treatise on ,PI'C7.,'U1Iff0Il- and Cure of Cat-Iliff."
"Betsy Abbot, Cary Nicholas. Texas Cox. Margaret Tanner, Virginia Lee. and Thea
Dabney are safely married," said W'illie. 'Tve saved the newspaper accounts.
"Mary Allen, Allie Booth, Beulah Berry, Betsy Ross, Frances Motley, and Eva Moore
have started an International Playground for Blind Cats. Mary Foster and Vivian Miller
were the lirst to send their kittens to the school.
"Flora and May Anderson are the owners of the largest circus in the world. Among the
acrobats are Iva Campbell and Emma Feagans. Josephine Pennington, while not in the circus
herself, has made her fortune with her white elephant.
"Virginia Brown and her secretary, Mae Anthony, are stranded on some desert isle, it is
feared, The Featherston-Haley Expedition was forced to abandon them when they insisted
on keeping their pet crocodiles on ship-board. They had concealed them beneath their beds on
the Azzreiau-ici, but Catherine Nucklcs, the head stewardess, discovered them, and reported
that there were stowaways on board.
"Sallie Burkholder and Louise Burnett are writing musical comedies together. Their
latest, 'Tipsy Toes,' has a remarkable chorus composed of Essie Bryant, Dorothy Campbell,
Beulah Codec, Margaret Graham, and Lucy Harrell, led by Louise Harris. The most novel
feature about the comedy is the costuming. The chorus appears in excelsior skirts and pink
spangled waists, designed by Louise Hawkins of the Still-Howl Company. The tragic
seriousness of the comedy is somewhat relieved between acts by Vivian Rowse. contortionist,
who amuses the audience by sitting on her head and singing 'Tipsy Tips' in her melodious
"Caroline Read, the psycho-analyst, has discovered the cause of Elizabeth Hicks' happy
disposition. NVhen she was live years old her mother let her suck her all day sucker all day,
and she never got over it.
"jane Hillsman and Lola Iones, noted illustrators for College Iluumr, are also the staff
"Charlotte Parrish, Esther Reed, Rosalie Rhodes, Edythe Xdfoodson, Ruth Traylor. and
Margaret Meadows are searching in Tibet for cross-eyed lizards.
"Lucile Hines and Dorothy XfVinglield led. with great success, the XV. C. T. U. parade in
"Doris NVoodhead and Louise Van Lear, loan sharks of Topeka, arc the world's wealthiest
"Mary Louise Wiest was spotted by Pathe's camera man on the sands of Palm Beach
with her handsome blond husband.
"Among those attending the W'yoming Associated lress Association are rene tran,
Ethel Terry, and Elizabeth VVatson, outstanding newspaper workers.
"Virginia Rucker. Celia jones, Lois Hughes, the screcn's foremost leading ladies in
crime, have character parts in 'The Wfays of the VVickcd.'
"Thelma Monger, rising poet and novelist-"
A cry of joy from Lady Pomperpoole's apartment interrupted the reading of the news-
paper accounts. The three rushed to her ladyship's boudoir'to hnd Massie Burgess holding
the dog while Frank Roberson proudly extracted the lost diamond pendant from the iiuffy
fur of 'Lady Pomperpooles poodle who had mistaken it for his rhinestone paciher. A pitiful
yelp was heard from the little dog as his pretty playthnig was taken from him and cere-
monionsly restored to its lawful owner. NH
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Class Will of 'go
S the Testator of the Senior Class of IQ3O, I hereby inscribe the
1 last VV ill and Testament of the said Senior Class, stating that
this and only this is the legal document authorizing the distribu-
tion of the various assets and liabilities of the Senior Class, inas-
much as the said class is fast preparing to decease, and must soon
turn up its toes and pass into the dim unknown. All previous
documents are declared dull and void, and are to be torn in bits
and stuffed in the study-hall desks.
This Will is not to take effect until the Senior Class has completed its labori-
ous task of deceasing and has been packed and planted with all due rights and
ceremonies. And may it be requested that our bodies remain buried, and that they
be not removed to be used by any institute that desires to analyze us, scrutinize us
piece by piece, and exhibit us to the forthcoming classes, unless it be for the sole
purpose of using our brains as a model for those who are less fortunate than our-
selves in being the proud possessors of such organs. '
So now that the time of departure is near at hand, we, the Senior Class of
E. C. Glass Highi School, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do
bestow into the custody and safe keeping of the rest of the school the following
l. To the School As a 'Wholez
I. The faculty, to administer knowledge germs to the forthcoming classes
during the period of their exposure to education.
4 2. The various ball teams, with their mathematical coach, Mr. Thomas
M. Funk, B.S., MA., P.D.Q., etc.
3. Elastic walls to be installed in 303. so that they can expand when the
pressure becomes too great.
4. The various clubs, to be used with discretion.
5. The privilege of pleading to the School Board for better equipment,
in hopes that the future will show more success than the past.
II. To the Faculty:
I. The remaining student body, in the hope that it will make a better
job of dying than we are doing.
2. A can of oil for the jaw pivots of the mechanical robarts Csubsti-
tute teachersj left by the previous Senior Class.
3. To Miss Craighill, Carlyle's works on "Silence" f4O voluinesj.
4. To Mr. Oglesby, "The Art of Love Making" CSears-Roebuck edi-
tionj, providing he writes his experiences touring Europe on a veloci-
5. To Mr. Davis, all the second-hand chewing gum sticking' on the desks
and water fountains, urovidin he ets an oflicial O'aoler's license.
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6. To Mr. Isley, fifty cents for the repossession and fifty dollars for the
reconstruction of his old Buick, so that he may ride to school as in
the olden days.
III. To the Students:
I. The privilege of trying to live up to the reputation of the deceasing
2. All books, pens, pencils, etc., etc., that were "borrowed'l from us dur-
ing our four years bumping with wisdom.
3. Wliat's left of the band, including the "Midget Director" and the
4. Five hundred C 500D reams of composition paper, two thousand C2,000J
pencils, and three Q35 gallons of ink to Miss Talbot's English pupils.
5. The various privileges, providing any of them can be found.
IV. Special Appropriations and Gi tts:
I. Lavelon Sydnor wills his date book and calling list to "lint" Fuller,
providing the latter furnishes his own truck.
2. Pete Wliite wills his size tall directionsj to Roy Chambers.
Thus, in presence of the witnesses, I have duly inscribed my signature and
afhxed my seal, this twenty-third day of April, in the year one thousand, nine hun-
dred, and thirty, A. D.
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Couusns TYPE or INTELLECT SENIOR CENSUS Totals
52111 ,,,i1f2:111fm B"igl1fBff'm'S If,?J'SlZ 15332112 E31
Romeos .,... .... I 45 23 40 I 20 8 0 I 68 63 I 5 I 68
fab Juliets ...... .....,.. I 75 37 IO 90 I I2 I II2 0 I2 100 II2
Blondes ,... I 20 25" 5 30 0 30 5 0 35 45
Brunettes ........ .... 9 7 30 94 30 3 I 70 60 Q0 37 I 127
VVood Peekers ........ ........ I 3 5 5 2 I 1 2 3 8 0 S
Having big dogs ......... ........ I I 120 60 60 I 118 2 112 68 75 I 105 I 180
Length of dogs .......................... I 2.400I 1.200I 1,000 2.200I 400 2,240 1.360 1.500 2,050 3,600
I in. I in. in. in. in. I in. in. in. , in. I in.
Beanpoles Cover live feetJ..I Q0 I 45 30 Q0 X I5 77 58 40 95 I 135
Runts Cnnder live feetj ........ 30 I5 20 5 35 35 I0 35 IO 45
Total Height ..,....,....................N 7,440 3.720 3,120 6,820 1,240 6,Q44 4,216 4,650 6.510 11,160
I in. XI i11. I in. i11. in. I in. in. in. in. I in.
fbj Aggregate Years ............ I 2,040 X' 1,020 850 1,870 340 1,904 1,156 1,275 1,785 3,060
CCD Total Pounds ....,... ...,.... I25,400I 7,200 I 6,000 X I3,2O0XI 2,400 13,440 8,I6O X 9,000 12,6o0i21,600
Horse Hide Chasers ................ I 1 I 1 2 0 I 0 0 2 1 1 2
Pig Skin Lovers ....... .... X 8 X 4 X 5 7 X 0 0 I2 0 4 I2
Nnrmis .,,,...,...,.... , ,......, I 5 I 3 I 2 XI 5 I 1 I 0 0 I 6 I 2 I 8
Chariot Owners ........................ I I5 XI I0 I 25 I 0 0 I 2 23 0 X 25 I 25
Cdj Owner's 'Friends ........,..... I I2O XI 60 I 50 XI 110 20 I 112 68 63 5 I ISO
Future Airmen ............ ........ I 7 1 I 0 6 I 1 I 2 5 0 X 0 8
Cal Cancelled Airmen ............ XI 4 0 I 0 I 2 I 2 X I 3 0 I 0 I 4
Cfj Future Presidents ..,.,..... I 120 60 I 50 I IIO X 20 II2 68 75 105 180
Cgj Future 'Bums .,,,....,,.....,,.,, I 120 60 I 50 I 110 I 20 I II2 68 I 75 I 105 180
Ka! Bring 011 the balcony Cfohn Payne substituting for Romeol.
C113 Marvin Bryant and Ronald Davis have grown whiskers at L. H. S.
CCI Virginia Conson and Pete NVl1ite have loads of weight.
As yo1.1 can guess the said friends ride,
Lost their lives-maybe-their nerve!
In their own opinions.
In their teacher's opinions.
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JOHN PAYNE .................
ELIZABETH CARSON. ...... ..
CATHERINE SPRINKLE, ......
JOHN PAYNE ,,....,. I ...,....,.
LAWRENCE ADAMS ,......
SARA GILLIARI ...............
ARTHUR STUMI' .............
MILDRED APPEIISON ...,.....
CATHERINE THOMAS ....
JOHN PAYNE ..................
ROBERT MURRIE .........,.... ..
MARVIN BRYANT. .........., ..
FRANK ROBERSON ..........
CATHERINE SRRINKLE ...,...
P. G. COSBY ..... ....... . .........
VIRGINIA RUBY ........,...
GLADYS NVEBII ....,,,,,...
LAWRENCE ADAMS .......
MILDRED APPERSON ......
JACK FIELDER .,,..........
MILDRED APPERSON ......
P. G. COSDY ................
GLADYS FARRAR ......
JACK TRENT .............
ELEANOR TAYLOR .......
SARA RUCKER ..........
ROBERT MURRIE ....,..
VIRGINIA CONSON ....,.
JO S NEAD ........................
Hall Of Fame
Looking Boy .......
......Most Popular Girlm...
Popular Boy ...,.....
.,.,..lWosf Attractive Boy.........
A ltracf1'I'c Girl ...,...
......lVl'o,vf Allllrfit Boy,,,,,,,...
...,,,Mosf fltl1lvtic Gz'rl.........
,.,..,B'iggest SlIeik......,... ........FRANK PERKINS
,,,,,,Typical Scnior......................, .......VIRGINIA BROVUN
..,.,.B-1'gge.vf Blujfer ............TOM GRAVES
......Most Scl1o0l1Spi1-ited Boy ......FADIAN SYDNOR
....,.Mosl School-Spirited G1T7'l....... .. .......VIRGINIA BROWN
Slndzous Boy .....,.......... .....
Sf'Itd1-HHS Girl .............. ..
SL'1l'1fi77H?llfCll ,... .....
.,.,.,Mosl Modest Boy........
Jllodesf Girl, ...... .
Brillianf Boy .........
......Mosl Brilliant Girl........
Original Boy ........
Qriginal Girl ......,.,
MARVIN BRYANT ................. -------- L ion
FRANCIS WHITEIIOUSE .... ....
NIILDRED APPERSON ......,
MILLER SHUMATI-L .........
FAYE LOGAN ............. . .......
ELEA NOR TAYLOR .....---4----
RANDOLPH HARTLEY .....
FAYE LOGAN ........... ...vv-- - --
PHYLLIS MATTHEWS. .....
ELEANOR TAYLOR .........
VIRGINIA RUBY .......
ROBERT MLTRRIE ....,..
RED KNIGHT .........
FAYE LOGAN ......
JOHN PAYNE ........
JEANNE HOLT ,...,,.
Sincere ...... ,.
Spar! ...... , ......,
. .......... ALICE THOMAS
S, ,,,, . ,.,..., VIRGINIA RUCIiE'l
......Pil0t of the Best Linc'........ -------H-RFRANK PERKINS
,wjfost poetic ,.,,,,,..THEI.IxI.-I IWONGER
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Class Colors: Blue and Silver Flower: Tulip
M otto : "After the conquest, the crown"
J. P. JONES ........,................,....... .........................,..,........,...........,,...,....,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,. P V gsidenf
EDWARD J ONES ......--A.-. .,....... I7 ice-President
ROBERT JOHNSON ....A,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S gmfgfm-y
HENRY MOSBY ........... .,...... T wzaszmff-
ROBERT EVANS: .....,,,. ....,.......................,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,, H i Simian
In the fall of 1929 the Junior Class was organized, officers being elected,
a class flower and class colors being chosen, and a motto being adopted. It is
significant that never in the annals of E. C. Glass High School has there been
a more promising class.
Itincludes some of the most active members of the student body-active
in both the literary and the athletic fields. Aside from upholding excellent
scholastic records, the class has been distinguished in several branches of extra-
f-, .. - sm x
XVe are represented in athletics by john Leys, Henry Cousins, and Bill
The debating teams were this year three-fourths Junior, with Henry
Mosby and Alfred Bishop on the affirmative, and Vernon Giles on the negative.
Billy Mundy, boys' public speaker, and Louise Jennings, girls' public speaker,
are both juniors. I
VVe are also represented in the David Garrick Players, on the High Times,
and on the Critic, Josephine Murrell particularly distinguishing herself in
dramatic and High Times work.
Jaque Loyd received honorable mention in the lwagasiize lV0i'ld contest
and in the verse contest of the Virginia Literary and Athletic League.
Our motto is a perfect description of our achievements in high school.
XV ith our record in literary work, our successes in athletics, and our school
spirit, we may rightly say, "After the conquest, the crownf,
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Class C olors: Pink and Green Class Flower' Dogwood
JOHN LEYS -....----.. ...................... P 1'c'slden.t
SAM SCRUGGS ........... Vice-Presidevfzt
ALVIN BOWLES ...,,...... ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,A,, S ecretayfy
JOHN MCFADDEN ...,..... .......,,.. T mpmmf
VIRGINIA I-IEK ...A........ ,,.,..,A,,, H igforlian
Oh, how thrilled we were in IQZQ at the thought of entering Senior
High! We bade farewell to our old school and started, fearfully hut hopefully,
on our way. At first we felt a little out of place, but soon were as much at
home at E. C. Glass as we had been in previous schools, and were ready to
beffin our work with great enthusiasm.
The Sophomores have accomplished excellent work in various organiza-
tions and activities of the school. XfVe have been ably represented on the H igh.
Times by Bernice Sandidge, Goldie Cohen, and others. Ralph Sprinkle,
besides his achievements as art editor on the Crzffic staff, and as a member of
the school debating team, has starred in football, as have Nelson Barese, Gray
Hawkins, and john Mcl7adclen. John lfure has been chosen as our repre-
sentative in the state public reading contests.
Belle Morton is one of the alternates of the debating team. We have also
furnished distinguished members of basket-ball, baseball, and track teams.
Some of our class have proved themselves able additions to the David Garrick
Players, the Lee Literary Society, and other activities of the school.
We are hoping to enjoy the rest of our high school career as much as we
have this, our sophomore year, and to be proclaimed, in 1932, "the best class
ever graduated from L. H. S."
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MARGARET EURE, '30
OTHING could be heard in the solitary cabin except the howling
M A of the wind and the beating of rain accompanied by the incessant
ig .ld thundering of waves against the rocky shore. The combined tu-
, mult drowned both the comforting tick of the clock and the sobs
,D - of the lonely little figure bending over a still form on the bed.
'- A As another rush of the wind and a torrent of rain dashed against
the old house, making it shake uncertainly, the chestnut head of
the girl was lifted, and a pair of large, frightened eyes wandered over the familiar
objects m the room.
On this desolate shore of New England, in a h,sherman's rude house, Nancy
Bowen was for the first time meeting death face to face. True her father had gone
out on one of his Fishing trips eight years before and had never returned. But to a
carefree child of ten this had carried no horror, only a vague loneliness in the days
that followed. But here was death in all its cruelty, plunging its knife into her
The horror of her situation swept over her. She saw ahead hours of darkness
spent alone in the cabin with death, and then, years of loneliness spent she knew
not where. There was no rock to which she might cling, no one to whom she might
go for help and comfort. Had old Dr. Carleton known yesterday when he left that
the end might come soon? No, he couldn't have, for he would surely have come
back. Here a wild shriek of the wind broke in on her throughts. The rain landed
in a sheet on the house, and accompanying all was the inescapable roar of the ocean
which no power of earth could bridle. Oh, how she had always hated storms! She
could not bear being here alone and listening to the waves. It was too terrible!
She shivered and huddled closer to the mother who could no longer give comfort.
VVhy had she not gone for help? Only two and a half miles around the shore
she might have found it in the village. But she could never have made it in this
stormy and then, too, Mother might have died here alone while she was gone. She
had sent an urgent message to the doctor by a passerby. But she had heard noth-
ingg the storm had broken, and the traveler had probably not been able to reach the
There came a lull, and she rose to turn up the wick of the lamp. As she
crossed the room she seemed to hear a knock on the door, but the sound was ahnost
drowned by the roar of the waves. She stood waiting, listening. Could it be Dr.
Carleton? It must be. Now came the sound again. She rushed across the floor
and drew the bar, eager to fling herself into the comforting arms of her old friend.
As she threw open the door, she saw on the threshold the figure of a perfect
stranger. He wore a heavy but city-made coat, with the collar turned up and his
hat pulled so far down over his face that she could see under it only a pair of pierc-
ing grey eyes. "What a storm V' he growled, as -he strode straight across the room
to the fireplace.
For a moment she stood by the open door and gazed, too dumbfounded and
frightened to speak. Her large brown eyes followed his every movement. Finally
the rain beat in upon her so hard that she closed the door, shutting herself in the
house with this stranger. She watched him pull off his hat, and then his heavy coat.
He was a young man, she discovered. VVhat could he be doing here, she asked her-
self. Why, oh, why should any traveler be roaming this desolate shore at this time
just then he turned and looked at her, and for a moment she lost her feeling
of terror. His grey eyes were gentle and a smile played around his mouth. "How's
the patient P" he asked.
She could not answer, she could only shift her frightened eyes from his face to
the still form on the bed.
VVith one stride he was beside that bed. "Oh, I'm so sorry," he said in a low
voice. "I never dreamed that this could have happened?" Wfalking over to the
girl as she stood by the door, he continued, "I'm Bob Carleton, Dr. Carleton's
son. I got your message tonight just after Dad had set out on an emergency case.
Dad had told me about your 1'UOtl1C1',S illness and about your being alone here, so I
came at once to what I could do. But the storm is terrible, and I didn't know
exactly where you lived. I'm sorry I'm too late. Come, can you tell' me about it.
Here Nancy broke into sobbing. She remembered the things Dr. Carleton
had said about his son, off studying medicine since she and her mother had taken
this cottage nearer the village. And, yes, he had said that Bob was home on a
short vacation. After the horror and fear, his kind words seemed more than she
could hear. He drew the big chair away from the bedside, close to the hre, and
led her to it. VV ith a rush, the whole terrible story came forth. She seemed to
find comfort in talking. and so he let her go on and sat still, chafing her cold little
hands and listening. Sitting there, she almost forgot her fear of the storm raging
Finally a mighty gust of wind brought them back to the present. The house
rocked and swayed, creaking on its foundation. They leaped to their feet. Nancy
instinctively drew toward Bob, and he put his strong arm about her. They lifted
the lamp, and going to the front window, held it high as they looked out. VV hat
had once been the yard was now a succession of deep gullies. At intervals the
waves rose higher than the house itself and dashed against it with such force that
it shook violently. They had been so engrossed in the horror of Nancy's tale
that they had not realized what havoc the storm was playing.
"We must go l" Bob cried. "The house may be carried out at any moment!"
"Oh, no !" Nancy broke away from him and running across the room dropped
on her knees bv the bed sobbing, "Can't vou see that I can't leave her? If she
' . 5 , ' .
must fro. I must TO with her. I cant let her fro out alone in the storm to-to
l ' bl , 4. Zu
join Dad l '
"Yes, dear, that's just what she'll do. She'll go out to join 'Dad' Can you
imagine anything happier for her?"
Gently, but firmly, he raised her to her feet. The house was trembling and
sliding perceptibly. If they only had time to make it to the rocks! Jerking up
his coat, he wrapped it about her in spite of her struggling, and picking her up,
made a dash for the door leading out at the back. Nancy ceased to struggle as
they came out into the rain and began to fight their way foot by foot across the
small strip of beach and up the steep side of a great boulder. As they gained the
crest of the rock, they heard the cracking of timbers and turning saw the house
rise on the crest of a wave and with a mighty swish ride out to sea. Nancy
screamed and knew no more.
Through the many days that followed she was conscious only at intervals.
Then she sometimes became aware of a quiet voice and two steady grey eyes always
watching, always grave, but always gentle.
One day she knew that Dr. Carleton and the owner of the grey eyes were
standing beside her bed.
"Poor little girl." It was Dr. CEl1'l6fOl1iS kind voice. I-Ie went on, "She suf-
fered much, for she has always had a dreadful fear of storms. But they were
too poor to live elsewhere. Think what that night must have meant to her, alone
with the corpse of her mother through the worst storm we've known in years. A
child less brave would have abandoned the house before the storm broke. But
Nancy is the bravest girl I've ever known. She's always been very close to my
And then she was back, back in the midst of that terrible storm. Back in
that creaking, sliding house. Back with Bob begging her to come and run for the
"Oh, I can't go! I ean't let her go alone l" she cried, as on that dreadful
night. "I must go with her through the storm! She's calling me to go with her-
to join Dad l"
And then, "The rock! The rock! We must gain the rock! Oh, we must
make the rock !" Now she opened her eyes to look into a pair of steady grey ones,
and she heard a voice say gently, "Yes, dear, we shall gain the rock. You will find
safety." Then she grew quiet, feeling the steady pressure of two hrm hands on
Oh, so often she went over this, over all its horror. But one day she opened
her eyes to full sanity and saw by the bedside Bob Carleton. His steady grey
eyes were still gazing into her face, but today all was clear to her. She was in
old Dr. Carletonls home and this was Bob, the rock to which she had been cling-
ing for she knew not how long.
"Oh l" she exclaimed. "Wl1at does it all mean?"
"It means, dear,"-what a comforting. assuring voice he had-"that you have
. , . .1 . ,,
reached the rock and will be safe. And, ' he added, a sob in his voice, God
helping me, I'll be the one to keep you so."
West of the Setting Sun
I. P. JONES, ,3I
Of life Fife asked 110 1700111 01' fa-vor,
Nor can Deattlfs clmllwzge mtlke -me ic
.lust tie 1110 to tl sclz0011c1"'s l1llfZlC'I'
Hfcst of thc setting sun.
I'Il e.1'11lt in the f01'f1l7't? of the sm,
Lafuglz at the SIfC'l'7l' rocks b1'ca,lei11g free
As they fting the salt sjJ1'a-3' 11111011 to 1116,
tfflfest of the settirz-g 51111.
Aly sp1'1'1ft's restless as the tide
That zvaslzes wlzerc' the 1'l'L87'7'llU?ill'S hidelg
F11 sail thc sms with tlzosc' that dict!
If'Vcst of thc setting Sllllf.
And I sim!! rock as the l70'IHld1:1Ifj crests,
Bly soul zcfitlz the tc1c1z1cs that know 110
Till I coma to thc islands of the Blast,
Iflfcst of the setting sun.
V IRGINIA IQELLY FEA'rHI3RsToN, '30
, HAVE been told to write an essay on anything I wish, and at
if' present I don't think of anything I wish more than a BA.
from Antioch and a job in New York. Curious, how the
youth of the country always wants a job in New York!
,,:s:sL I shall do either journalistic or magazine work, and will,
X- - of course, be immediately successful-for what is the use of
dreaming all this if the breadline is to form the background?
I shall find a clever young artist gl1'l-Z.,'lI'l':X' successful-and together we
shall rent and furnish one of those exclusive apartmentsfor our own comfort
and the ediiication of our less fortunate friends. Here we shall, in the manner
of Bulwer-Lytton's Madam M., collect prodigies, geniuses, and Hart." They
will be mostly of the aristocracy, with a few of the proletariat for seasoning.
We shall be very gay and bohemian. yet there will always be a hint of opulence
in the rugs, furniture, draperies, and the few choice pictures. I-Iere there will
be a few artists-a 'UC'7'j' few, for artists are exceedingly temperamental,-a
good author or two-they will be very scarce too, for good authors are hard
to find,-several of those gay bohemian creatures that potter at everything
and succeed at nothing, and last but not least, a host of jolly, irresponsible
newspaper folk. QI wonder if newspaper folk really are jolly! and ir-
VVe shall chatter inconsequently of minor matters while deep currents
circulate underneath from master-mind to master-mind as they do in the
novels, and occasionally we shall drop our masks and enter into heated dis-
cussions of politics, ethics, art, esthetics, psychology, metaphysics, or some
other such tempting subject. VV e shall serve nourishing refreshments which
every one will help prepare-I am essentially lazygand then sally forth to
dance at that very discreet night club around the corner. W7 hen we return
in the wee small hours, we shall undoubtedly find a favorite journalist, who
has had to work late, sound asleep on our overstuffed sofa. We wake him
with our laughter, and he unstretches himself to his six feet four. At last
we shoo him away with the rest of our crowd. Cffortunately that magazine
I work for isn't very particular about hoursj
And now that I have nnished wishing, I must get busy and finish my life
teaching in a very staid school for "young ladies."
JEANNE HOLT, '30
Blue eyes witlz mezfa'11iglzfl' laslles-
I-Iow HIj'SlCl"l0llS they are!
The light that from llzem flaslze
Like a sci1Ltz'lla-t-my sfar,
Causes me to 'ZU0lICl61'
If the Color or the gleam
Hal' .vet Tllvjr' lzearf a-flzlrabbiny
Plflfh a Izalf-vzzljiuishea' zlreaful.
I-Vllen throlzglzl those long, dark lashes
I glimpse deep pools of blue,
Anal eafelz flze merry twinkle
S0 i1za'ieatiz'e of yon,
I 'ZU0HClC'l'V, when you Weil tliem,
I f you know their 1l11lalg1fc Cl1lZ7'1Ilf
S0 beantiffzzl, .ve beazzfifvll!
They fill me with a-larm.
Be careful with your glances.
0 eyes of 'ZC-'OIIIIFOIIS lme.
Be Cflffflll, oh, black lashes,
lfljllfll you veil them as you do.
IVI3' l1'Cl77'l'YS belzafzflzzg badly,
And I fear tlz,ere's 1ze"er al chance
To bring it bark to -1L01'111lal,
If I eafelz anoflzler glance.
When America Meets America
TQATHERINE FORD, '30
it X N Friday night the famous violinist, Karowsky, wascto make his
-15 debut before 'an audience that would embrace practically all the
54 music lovers in the city. The great musician little dreamed that
his concert was an event eagerly anticipated by a most notorious
and much-sought-for hero of the underworld.
"Shorty" Clipper, super-safecracker, had chosen the night of
Karowsky's appearance to make the biggest haul of his season.
oard announcing Karowsky's concert and bearing the violinist's
picture first niet his gaze, he immediately changed his mind and reserved for him-
self the best seat in the auditorium.
He had no fear of recognition. His name was posted in public places with
this description: "Tallg thick red hair: grey eyesg walks in a slouchy manner, with
shoulders slumped." Now tall he undoubtedly was. His nickname had been given
when he was a boy. ,His hair was thick, but decidedly black-the red hair was
used only as a visiting card. His shoulders were really straight: his walk un-
distinguishable from thousands of others. He had experienced a keen thrill of
delight when he first read the posters. The officials had made a mistakeg his
supposedly grey eyes were black.
Eight o'clock found him in his seat, waiting eagerly for Karowsky. Shorty
probably knew more of this man's real life than anyone in the world except Karow-
sky himself. The newspapers claimed he was Russian. Shorty pooh-poohed the
idea. He knew he was plain, ordinary American. Once in those days. not so
far back after all, they had been violin students together and good friends. Karow-
sky was known then as Jimmy Carter. They had each sworn secretly to give
themselves impressive names when they "had their chance." Unknown to each
other, Jimmy cherished 'KKarowsky,'g Shorty, "von Brabantf' Jimmy had had
his chanceg Shorty hadn't. He had found it easy to drift into the ways of the
underworld. A mischievous prank of his had been changed into a "despicable
crime' by a hard-hearted juvenile judge. The reform school had been too 1m1ch
for Shorty. Instead of improving him. it had changed him into, as he was termed
in newspapers, "a desperate criminal." His violin he had tried to forsake, but it
was impossible. His fellow-boarders sometimes wondered at the compelling sweet-
ness of the music that came to them through Shorty's open transom.
But when a billb
A sudden burst of clapping aroused Shorty from his reveries. Karowsky's
entry was like a triumphal march. VV ith polished violin under his arm and hand-
some head held high. he faced the enthusiastic audience. He hrst played a piece
of his own composition and Shorty listened, entranced. Much of it was familiar
to himg he had heard it once when Karowsky was composing it. Its unexpected
ending was delightful. The audience was left in such suspense and surprise that
they sat astonished and opened-mouthcd, for a moment, before bursting into a
storm of applause.
Karowsky looked at them and smiled. He was young and it still delighted
him to have such an appreciative audience. His playing was not all skill. He
put his soul into his music. He could make you laugh or cryg he could transport
you from a sordid auditorium to a land of Hash and color and delight. His rendi-
tion of "Danse Espagnolen made you feel, not as if you saw the dashing Spanish
dancers, but as if you were one of them. As if you, too, were beautiful and lithe,
and whirling and stamping to vivacious bow sweeps.
The concert over, Shorty hurried away. He wanted to speak to Jimmy, but
he dared not. In his heart he had formed a purpose. His face wore a deter-
mined look, and he walked lightly, his heart singing.
In his drab little room. he lovingly took his violin from its dusty case. He
stood before his cracked mirror, and bowed. Then drawing the bow across the
strings, he nodded to an invisible pianist, and began. He was no longer Shorty
Clipper, he was von Brabant.
His landlady, who was usually very cross, came and listened at his door.
There were tears in her eyes. Remembrance, repentance, desire, and purpose were
all blended in his song. All the pent-up emotions that had lain dormant in his
breast through the past years throbbed on the trembling violin strings. The high
notes soared upward triumphantly, telling of his great, new purpose. The low,
certain notes told of confession, repentance, and sorrow. Suddenly, the music
stopped. The landlady scuttled down the hall. Her safe arrival in the kitchen was
punctuated by an emphatic slam of the front door and the sound of Shorty's feet
as he ran down the steps.
It is peculiar that many of the successful events of Shorty's life occurred on
the same day of the week. lt was on another Friday night, ten years later, that
a brilliant assemblage of internationally known musicians gathered in honor of the
world's two greatest violinists, the Russian Karowsky and the Austrian von
Brabant. Vtlhen the two celebrities were introduced to each other, those hanging
upon their words were impressed by the homage each paid the other. As Russian
eyes met Austrian eyes, amazement and incredulity seemed to hold them spell-
bound, and then a tremulous, pure-bred American twinkle appeared, and the hand-
clasp of genius was like that of long-lost friends who have traveled far and meet
VIRflIN1A IQELLY FEA'rm2Rs'roN, '30
Night after night, 'ZUIICIZ .Wm had sci, he sirzzgglcrl,
Relurlzilzvg from his labor I0 his m'f,'
Painfhz-g -in wilh swiftly moffizzg lyrzzslzcs
The 0f.S'f71'l1l-g of his tCC"l'l'lf'iIlg 7l'Ifilld mm' lzefzrf.
Pczfiniml flzwe the p1'ihc0.s'.r of his U7l'l'l1'I'llfllIg.'
Seemed almost to luring her into life:
Loved hm' so that jfhally he prayed
A lady like the fmrfrait for his wife.
Sola' her after all his nviglzfs of labor:
l:'V01'l lzimself a jviftm-ice mm' a 7'lll'77IC'.,'
Let the d7'Cl'L'l'7'L-g'1i7'l of his heart become
fust a painted lady in a frame.
BERNICE I'III'PERT., ,SI
In slzowmw, flpril was 170l'll ,'
find lllllllj' n dl'l'f7f7illg 77'I0l'Il
IfVc walked ff1fl'0'Ilgl1 Ilzc Vllill, -we
Yet we A'Cf'll'CL'lj-' knew.
Past 1-ljvril and her SIl'0'ZUCl'S
May mme, with all IICI' jq0'ZUUl'.S','
Togcflm' undef' skies so blue-
Sfill we scmwcly knew.
J nw t7l'1'f'Z,'0.Y mm' brings her roses,
,-Ill her blllflllfilfj life di.s'clo.vcs,'
Tlzezzy, our fiifjfcrczzt ways, we go-
flt last, we know.
'7 j ?7
QL q if
National Honor Society
GLAIIYS FARRAR ..... v......,..... .......,......... ........,,.. P r e .ndent
JOHN BURNETT ..Y....Y.. ..... I fice-President
VIRGINIA CONSON .......... .......,..... 5 'earetary
FRANK ROBERSON ..,........................................,.......,...........,.....,.....................................,.........,........., T1-en.mI-.W
The E. C. Glass Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in the spring of
I925. The purpose of this organization is to create 2111 enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimu-
late a desire to render service, to promote leadership, Zllld to develop character in tlIe students
of American secondary schools. The membership is chosen by a faculty committee which
selects, from the upper third of the Senior Class, not more than lifteen per cent of the entire
class. In making its selections, the committee gives consideration to- the scholastic record
made by the student during his four years in high school and to his rating, by the faculty,
on character, leadership and service. Election to membership in the National Honor Society
is the greatest honor that a high school pupil may achieve.
P. G. COSBY
6491 " "4
JOHN BURNETT ............,.
PEARL Coomzn l
C'ARoLvN Hx-:NNA I
GLADYS FAIQRAR l
FxANc1zs SCIIEWEL I
Jossvuml-: RIUKRELL .........
VVALTER BLANKI NSHIP .....
JACK TRICNT. .,.............
TIIEA DAIINEY ..................
VIRGINIA CoNsoN I
AIAIEY TITOINll'SON J
SARAH GILLTAMN ......... .
FAYI: IJOGAN I
ZWXLLIER SIIUMATE I
VIRGINIA Runvn ,....
CLARENCE SANDIFER .....
BEN PURYIEAR ..........
RALPH Ruonus, .... ,
TOM GRAVES ................
MAnJ'o1m: CAM PBELL
High Times' Staff
, ..., Alum m ..,...
...Y.J1LI1i0T High NczUs......
Arlz'crli.vz'u,g Ilffauayer .......
Circulaizon Illamzgcr .....
..Ty11i.vts ..... .
I XVIRGYNIA RUBY
------1 CARY NICHOLAS
L BEN PURYEAII
I JQIIN Bocrru
-, LEVVIS HAAS
l ZWARIE COSTAN
..... T mm DAIINEY
S AIINNIE BIAYS
M YRTLE BOLEY
M Aujonna AGEI2
Miss Mooma Mu. IsL1zY Miss TALBOT
Wilsonian Literary Society
LAXVRENCE ADAMS ...... ....... P rrfsizlezzz' ........,. ,,.,,,, L AWRENCE ADAMS
SARA RUCKER .............. ..... I f"irc-Prc.ria'eut ......,. ..,.,. G LADY5 FARRAR
PHYLLIS NIATTI-IENVS ........ ....... S ewfctary ....... ..,.,. G EORGE ORCLIARD
SARA GILLIABG1 .............. ...,...... T reasurer' ....... ...... I QOBERT YATES
MISS NEI.SON .....,. ..,..., F arzzlfy Adviser' ....A.. ,....... ly TISS NELSON
With seventy-Five members on roll, the Wilsoiiiaii Literary Society has had a
rather lively year. Two amendments to the constitution have been madeg namely,
that every member Should come to at least three-fifths of all the meetings, and
that the society should have night meetings at the homes of the members.
The opening meeting at Margaret Barkers home was devoted to talks about
At the Thanksgiving meeting, held at Sara Rucker's, a very humorous debate
was given. the subject being, Resolved, That the Pilgrims had more to be thank-
ful for than we of the twentieth century.
Christmas, the society filled a basket for a family and played Santa Claus for
four little children. An enjoyable social meeting was held at Sara Gilliam's.
As a climax to the term's work, a trip to historic points in Virginia was made,
Lee Literary Society
FALL OFFICERS SPRING
C. H. TRTINNANT ..... ....... P resilient ....... ...,...............,.., B Ersy Mooius
TQOBERT YATES ...... ..... I f'Lce-President ..... ...... ll ZTADALINE MCCAUSLAND
7 - 1- 1 ,, .
IXOBLR1 EVANS ....,. ....,. S eciefmy I mm-MMPERKINS MORTON
VERNON GILES ........ .....,.. T rvasnrerj
GEORCIE ORCHARD ...... ..,.. - 9ea'gc'a1zt-nf-flrzizs
The Lee Literary Society made its start in the fall of 1927 when a few enthu-
siastic and energetic students organized a club for the lower grades. This organi-
zation proved a thorough success and is very active and benehcial at the present
time, with Miss Horwitz as its faculty adviser.
The aim of the Lee Literary Society is to create an interest among English
pupilsg therefore, an average of eighty on English and a passing grade on three
other subjects are required of anyone wishing to become a member of the society.
The meetings are held during the fifth group. At this time interesting pro-
grams are given and the business of the club discussed. This year the Lee Literary
Society. the VVilsonian Literary Society, and the Quill and Scroll went on a trip
to points of interest. Among the places visited were Washiligtoii, Mount Vernon,
Fredericksburg and Charlottesville.
The French Club
FALL TERM SPRING TERM
IEANNE :HOLT ............,... .....,,......,, P 1'C.S"I:d6'lllf ......,...... ,A,,....,.,...,.. B 13TsY TALBBOT
ELEANOR TAYLOR ........., ,.R............. I five-President ...........,.. ....,............,,..,,., L ors T'TUGl-IES
TVTILDRED APPERSON ........ ...,,.... S UCVL"fCl7'5'-T7'CUSIlTGI' ..,A....... ....,...,., ll TARY JANE 113551312
ARTHUR STUMP ,,........ .....,.. S c1'ycm1ii'-at-Amls ....,.,,.. .......,,. B EVERLY OGDEN
The purpose of the French Club is to promote interest in the study of
French and to increase knowledge of the language. The membership is com-
posed of such pupils from the 41X classes as make an average of at least eighty-
five on French and of all 4B pupils who wish to join. The meetings in the
past year were held! on one evening out of each month at the homes of the
members. Under the very efficient direction of Miss Kathleen Holmes, spon-
sor for the F1'ench Club, French plays were acted, while French songs and
frames were also a source of entertainment. The club has done much to
Turther the social life of the school.
The Spanish Club
FALL TERM SPRING TERM
-TACK FIELDER ............ ....,.... P -resident .,..,.... ........, lv IARGARET ADAMs
TREVILIAN MEADE ........ ........,, P 'ice-P1'csz'dc'1zt .......... ,.,..., it XLEX I-IAsKINs
VIRGINIA TQUCKER ..,. ......... SUL'1'CflIl'j' ....A.... ....... ......, B E ULAH COEEEE
CONSTANCE COLLINS .AA...,.. .......,, T reasmfef' ,........ . .,,,,.., FRANCIS XNHITEHOUSE
The Spanish Club was organized about seven years ago. Its purpose is
to promote interest in the Spanish language, in the Spanish people, and in the
countries of spoken Spanish. The meetings are held at school and at the homes
of the members. Interesting programs, consisting of Spanish plays, games,
readings, songs, and poems are given. The members also thoroughly enjoy
the social relations of the club.
Miss Bell has been the efficient adviser of the club for some years.
Quill and Scroll
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FOR HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISTS
MARGARET EURE .............. .................,....,.v.... .........A.,... P I 'esideuir
ELIZABETH IVIAYFIELD ..........,................,A.. ..............,........ I fice-P1-esifimit
CATHERINE THOMAS, JEANNE HOLT ....... ...... S ew-etary and Trea,ym-ar
Miss MOORE ......................................,..................v.............................................,.................,.. Faculty Adv-iser
The E. C. Glass Chapter of the Quill and Scroll was organized in the spring of 1928
under the leadership of Miss Moore, for a triple purpose: to instill in students the ideal ot
scholarshipg to advance the standard of journalismg and to promote exact thinking and clear.
forceful writing, To become a member of this society one must he in the upper third of
his class, he must have clone outstanding work in journalism, he must be recommended by
the supervisor, and he must be approved for membership by the national secretary.
P. G. COSEI'
The Members are:
J. P. JONES
The David Garrick Players
The acquisition Of a complete lighting system and a beautiful cyclorama marks
an advancement this year for the David Garrick Players. Elfort has been made to
give some experience in acting tO every member of the Club. Assembly entertain-
ments were: Trial Scene from Merchant of Veazice, Two Naughty Old Ladies,
Box and C oir, and Food. Plays informally produced before club meetings Or drama
class were: lfl!IIV.C'8l-F111'lI7"Il'Lf?1'1V, Foasf of the Holy Innoconfs, The Boy WWI, Ffnnc
and fha Pool, Coral BPIIIIZYA, My UnrIe'5 WWI, and Others. At Christmas a miracle
play, Jesus of Nczznroflz Possclh By, written by Mrs. Nicholas, was presented. In
celebration of the third anniversary Of the Club, On March I. three One-act plays
were given as a public performance: Popping flzc Question, Op o' Mo Tlzznnb, A
Helping Hand. fl Helping Hand was re-produced at both Junior and Senior High
for "play assembliesf' The Club furnished "extras" for fnlins Caesar and Maclwtlz
presented in April at the High School by the Shakespeare Players. The actors,
Stage manager. and workers in the Hi-Y-Girl-Reserve play, "Two TOO Many,"
were nearly all members Of the Dramatic Clubg as were also the members Of the
Cast Of the Senior Play, "Rose Of the Southland," which climaxed the yearls work
ICITTY CARDVVELL .......
FRANK ROTiE1lSON ......
DORIS VVOODIIEAD ...,..
CARY NICIeIOI,AS .......
JOHN LEYS .....,...,...
MARVIN BRYANT .....
J. P. JONES, JR ........ .
MARY FOSTER 2
. .......... Vice-President .....
Roc'orr1'ing S6'C1'GftI7'j7 ......
Corresponding Secrcfriry ,.... ..
Vix IAN MILLER J """"' """"""""'i""""' '
MRS. H. T. NICHCJLAS ...,.........................................................
lE I I
LAWRENCE ADA Ms
M BERS OF DRAMATTC
M ILDRED APPERSON
SPRI NG TERM
.WJOSEPH INE MURRELL
...Di1'effor of Drczrnzrfirs
v 1 1
Rose Of the Southland
THE SENIOR PLAY
A C Omcziy in Tlwce Acts
By MARION SHORT
CAST OF CHARACTERS
fWU7'lfL7lL:V Evelinrz .,........,, ,.,,..,.,..........,......,........,.,............,...,,..........,,,....,...,., VIRGINIA CLHNSON
Rosa Dorinda ,.........,...
Major Doriuda .......,...
Grm-It Leu .................,
Ruth Be'z'e1'idge ..,,........
Sfeplzaazffe De Barrie ..........
Hallie Blzrlcs .......,,,,,.......
Elisftbcth Poynter .,I4,,.
.Max H ickson ........,...
,.....,....MARY CARY NICI-IOLAS
..I,..,..CI-IARLES MINOR ABROT
.. ....... I..... .......,,....,..,.... X 7 IRGINIA LEE
ELIZABETH DEXTER ABBOT
JOHN PAYNE ..................... ...........A......A...............A...... ,....,........,..A..... P 1 'esident
CLARENCE SANDIFER ........ ......... V ice-Pwsidem
EDWARD JGNES ....A.........A....... ,.,..,..,,.A.,. S ecvfetary
ALEXANDER HASIQINS ..A..A... ,.,.,,, T l'CCIS1H'67'
FLOYD DAVIS ...............,....., ...,,.., ,... .... ....... .,.,,,. A,,,,, ,,, C I 1 n jo I am
The Hi-Y Club is an organization of high school boys all over the world,
whose purpose is to crcfcliv, lllfI'l'IlllUi77,, and enrfvlzd higher standards of Christian
character throughout the school and community.
The E. C. Glass Hi-Y Club, in the past, has taken a notable stand among
the clubs of the state. Our members have held quite a number of olhces in the
state organization. This year a Lynchburg boy is president of all the Hi-Y
clubs in the state.
VV e have had boys from the surrounding schools as our guests at confer-
ences, and have formed eight new Hi-Y clubs. The school should be proud
of this organization.
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G. H. S. C. and B2 Club
FALL TERM SPRING TERM
CATHARINE SPRINKLE ....... .................... P 1'esidcu! ...,.,,., ............. J AQUE Lovn
XIIRGINIA I5RowN .......,., ...... l five-Prcsiclcvzi ...,... ........,. E LMA COLEMAN
JOE SNEED ....,......,...,. ....,.,.. -5 'vc'retm'y ......... ...,.. B ILLY XV1L1c1NsoN
.ELMA COLEMAN ......... ..... T v'r'usurc'r ...... .........,... I 0 MURREl,I.
liILLY NVILKINSON ......, ........... I Tif-S'f07'lll1L .,............. ....... A NNE VVR1GH'r
A OFFICERS Ol? B2 CLUB
FALL TERM SPRING TERM
ELIZABETH ScRuGGs ....... .......... ' .......... I 'rcs-iden! .....v........... ................. F RANGES TYIQEIE
RUSSELL JOHNSON ....,., ....., l -"ire-President v...,.. ..,.A.. A NNA LEE THoMPsoN
IRENE Jfxcoes .............. ......... V Secreiary ......... ...... E LIZAEET1-1 BAZEMQRE
LOUISE JENNINGS ..............,....,............,.........,..... 7iI'f'lISlU'6'l' .................... . ........................ ...,. M ALRIE VVRIGHT
As Gypsies, the Girl Reserves, known as the Girls' High School Club, this year have been
following the trail-"to Iind and give the best"-. They have roamed far-to see the beauti-
ful-"along 1ife's merry way"-blazing new trails of aeeomplislnnent through the school.
"Pull out. Pull out cn the long trail-the trail that is always new!"
The Bi girls welcomed into their club many new members this year. Besides club pro-
grams, ceremonials and discussions. a number of other good times have been enjoyed together:
among them sending six delegates to the Regional Conference at Bluelield, VV. Va., giving a
colorful fashion show at the annual Y. W. C. A. banquet, and serving lunch to the con-
testants and teachers in the District Commercial Contest. The club is going forward under
the direction of its advisers, Miss Ettie K. Harvey, Miss Phronsie Marsh, and Miss Hazel
Anderson, Girl Reserve Secretary. is I
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Adelphian Debating Society
FALL TERM SPRING TERM
MARVIN GILES .........,........,............ .......,..,.. P resident ...,....... ..,...... A LRRED Brsnop
XIVILLIAM S. MUNDY, JR ..,...........,. Vice-President ......... ......,..,.,A....,,.,,,..,,A . .Lois WEEKLY
DORIS VVOODHEAD ,.....,........,..,... ............, S ecretatrg ',A.......,. ..........,...........,.... R EBECCA GRAVIES
JULIUS FOGEL .......,....... ..,,.......,.,.,....,......,... T reamrcf' ..,,................... VVILLIAM S, lVLUNDY, JR.
This, the sixth year of the existence of the society, has been marked by
the increased interest of the Student body in its work. The public speaking
classes have the largest enrollment since their organization. Mr. S. H. Ben-
nett is the adviser and coach.
The affirmative debating team was composed of Henry Mosby and Alfred
Bishop: the negative, of Vernon Giles and Ralph Sprinkle. The public speak-
ing representatives were Louise Jennings and VVilliam S. llflnndy, Jr., John
Eure and Josephine Murrell were the reading representatives.
John Eure and Williaiii S. Mundy, Jr., won Class A championships at
the Virginia Literary and Athletic League contests in Charlottesville this year.
FALL TERM SPRING TERM
.TACK TRENT ,........... ....... P resident ......... ....... A LEX THOMPSON
LOUISE TowLEs ............. ..... V rice-President ....... ...... M AGGIE MCCRAW
MARJORIE CAMPBELL ,..... ...,,.. S' ecretary ......... ..... L OUISE IENNINGS
OWEN JENNINGS ........... ......... T 1'easm'ev' ......... .......,. W ILLIAM OGLESBY
EDWARD ROBERTSON .....
:RUTH ELDER .,....
A rt-ist .T.........,..,... , .........,....
S CURTISS BURNETT
Q THOMAS WEISIS
The Commercial Club is an organization for students in the Commercial De-
partment. Only those who maintain an average of So on three or more Coninlerical
subjects are eligible for membership. The purposes of the club are: CID to pro-
mote interest in the business worldg Q25 to encourage a social spirit among Com-
mercial studentsg fgj to become conversant with modern progressive business
methods, encleavoring thus to raise and maintain a higher standard of efliciencyg
and f4j to discover and serve the needs of the community.
The regular meetings of the club
very carefully. There is always some
intend entering the business world.
Mr. E. F, Burmahln is the faculty
are held twice a month, and are planned
feature designed especially for those who
I iolizzsf C0l'IZC1fS.'
ICAT H ERI NE WARNER
XV I-IITNEY SNVEENEY
R. E. VVILLIAMS
FRED P. PIALE, Director
XV. C. STONE
R. 12. XNILLIAMS
FRED P. LIALE, Dzf1'eL'tor
IQENNETIAI, XV 1-HTE
F RED JONES
DOROTHY N EAS
Girls' Glee Club
FRED P. HATIE, Direcfor
ZELMA VV ITT
IXNNIE LAURIE STOVALL
I' V1.4 . V1 MSM ..
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S Clifton Forge ..... 0 Syclnor ,...
6 V. E. S ......... ,.,., O Crallc ......
40 R.-M. A ........ ..... O Mc'Fadclen
55 Moneta ..... l.... O Coleman ..
IQ Salem ....... ...., 6 Sandifer ..
3 Maury ..,.... ...., 6 Kulp .l.....
I3 Danville ....... ..... 0 Davis ,.......
20 Covington .... ..,.. 6 Perkins ....
SQ Bedford ...... ..... o Leys ,.......
o Roanoke ....... ..,,,....... o Maniates .,
'23 Qpponents' total .... I8 Total ..
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L. H. S ....A..... ....... 3 9 Halifax .......... I5
L. H. S ,......,,, ....... I 5 Lexington ...,,.... .......,.A 1 4
L. H. S .......... ....... I 2 South Boston .... I3
L H. S .......... ....... I 8 V. E. S ............. IQ
L H. S .......... ....... I 3 Salem .............. 31
L H. S .......... ....... 2 4 R.-M. A. .......... 23
L H. S .......... ....... 2 8 Danville ............ I5
L H. S .......... ....... 2 o V. E. S ............. IQ
L H. S .......... ....... 2 4 V. M. I. Frosh ........ .......... 2 5
L H. S .......... ....... 2 o Roanoke .......... 26
L H. S .......... ....... 2 3 Salem ............ 16
L H. S .......... ....... 2 1 H. M. A ......... I5
L H. S .......... ....... 3 4 Danville ........ 23
L H. S .......... ....... I 4 R.-M. A. ........ I3
L. H. S .......... ........... I 7 Roanoke .......... O9
Total ........ ......... 3 22 Opponents, total ......... ....... 2 76
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L. H. S ........
L. H. S ........
SAM SCRUGGS, Captain
LAVELON SYDNOR CHARLIE WOOD
34M Roanoke College Freshmen .............. SI FA
........49 H. M.
41 V. E. S ........................ .......... 4 I
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A naughty Mister Moor
Put the pedal to the Hoof.
But he went over the top
VVhen the train didn't stop,
And now he'll hear harps evermore.
There was a young sheik from Virginia,
VV ho said, 'tGal, Tilll determined to win yah"
Her father stepped in,
And to his chagrin,
Said, "Young man, take the ai1', or I'll skin yaf,
There was a young man from Dakota
Wlio grew fat on whiskey and soda.
He drank orange juice
To try to reduce,
And dwindled into an Hiotaf'
There was a young man from Hoboken,
Wlicn died of a heart that was broken.
On hislbig wedding day
H15 fair bride ran away,
And left her false hair as a token.
There was a young man from Missouri,
VVho went into a terrible fury.
He drew out a knife,
And slaughtered his wi fe,
And was sentenced to death by the jury.
Pupil: "Have you a ruler, Mr. Oglesby?',
Mr. Qglesbyz "No, 1,111 not married yet."
The young' daughter of a preacher wanted to marry a man whom her father
was opposed to. with the result that she ran away, disguised in her father's clothes.
The town newspaper carried this in two-inch headlines:
"Fleas in Father's Pants to Get Married."
Teacher: "Please follow the outline on the board."
Bright Student: "VVhere is it going?"
Freshman: "VVhat's the odor in the library?"
Grave Senior: "That's the dead silence they keep there."
"There is one thing that I can always count onf'
"VVhat 15 it?"'
Teacher: "VVhy are you always at the bottom of the class ?"
Keith: "All the other places are taken."
Professor: "Do you know who built the Ark F"
Hard: "Now, how are you going to remember this ?"
Boiled: "By tying a string around my finger."
I-Iard: "Well, just torget-and I'll tie a rope around your neck."
"Johnny, what does that great big zero mean at the head of your paperf
"Ma, that Zllllit no zero. My paper was so good teacher put a halo on it."
"VVhat keeps the moon from falling?"
"The largest room in the world is the room for improveinentfl
Mother Cteaching little daughter additionj: "Now, take the Jones family.
There is mother, daddy, and the baby. How many does that make?,'
Bright little daughter: "Two, and one to carry."
Editor of newspaper, watching printing office burn: "Gee, won't this make
great headlines l"
Mr. Isley: "Tom, why did you do that?
Tom Graves: HI thought -"
Mr. Isley: "Thought nothing. It you had a thought in your head it would
rattle like a bean in a tin bucketf'
E. P. MILLER. Preside j. D. OWEN, V P J J C I-
EkNEs'r WILLIAMS, Vi d J. L. jomzs, A C h
H. T. Nucl-loLAs. Vice P d j. L. Nxcnoul ,A C h
Three Per Cent and Safety
Eight Million Dollars V
The Old, Big, STRONG Bank
Why Susie has
so many boy friends M N N N
Susie is popular . . . with the most charming circle of friends in the entire student
body. Yes ....
Susie's mother saw to that. She traded in their old Parlor Set
on a new rug and modern overstuffed suite at lVlcGehee's Big Furniture Store,
9l8 Main Street, and now Susie manls to have her friends meet her in the home
she's so proud of.
Susie's mother and dad prefer to have the young folks around
their fireside at night because it affords them the acquaintance of Susie's friends.
Friends that she may want to keep through the years.
Parents who would like to make their homes more attractive to
their children may do so at MCGEHEES without an immediate outlay of cash.
Hill City Tobacco Co.
FINE CANDIES AND SPECIALTIES
Bunic, Samosei, Nobilily Candy, Ivirfs Cup Cakes,
Colden Bear Cookies, Italian Dinners, Nucoa,
and all Products of
THE BEST FOGDS, Inc.
COMPANY, Inc. SECURITIES
PRINTERS LITHOGRAPHERS .
BINDERS ENGRAVERS 1010-101 1 Peoples Natlonal Bank
7I8 Main St. Lynchburg, Va. LYNCHBURG, VA PHONE l8B
J. C. JoNEs sz oo. NORRIS' CANDIES
I PARKER FOUNTAIN PENS
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
206 Fifth Street
LYNCHBURG, VA' CLAIBORNE DRUG CO.
828 CHURCH STREET
Phone 2685 Corner Ninth
"WHILE YoU ARE LEARNING, LEARN TO SAvE"
B. 815 L. Offers the Best Systematic Plan, and Paying Interest at the Rate of 611192
TIIE C0-OPEIIATIVE BUILDING XL LOAN ASSOCIATION
Organized 1914-Resources over 5,52,000,000.00
YETTA HAT SHOP T 7,5
707 MAIN ST. R
OPPOSITE GUGGENI-IEIMER,S LYNCHBURG
Class Pins and Rings
Gifts for Every Occasion
809 MAIN STREET LYNCHBURG, VA.
"A Gift from Rylandfs Means More"
WE SPECIALIZE IN YOUR NEEDS
"jewelry, Cifts, Music, Sport Thingsi'
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When You Trade at- BIBEEYS
You Are Both Learning and Teaching That Most
Important Lesson of Both Thrift and Economy
BIBEE'S " BUSY M STORES
Lpnclzburgfs Own Chain
I2th St. at Grace Rivermont Ave. at Cabell St. Fort Hill at Encl of Car Line
PLENTY PARKING SPACE
PHONE 716 3501 MEMORIAL AVENUE
FORT HILL PHARMACY
PRESCRIPTIONS, SODAS, CANDIES
Ice Crearn-The Sanitary Kind
BATTERY CO. W Zjhyygoyg
TIFTH AND COURT STREETS PASTEUMZU5
Milk and Cream
Willard Batteries PHONE 41 1
SANITARY DAIRY, INC.
Phone 4035 12 I 3- I 5 CHURCH ST. LYNCHBURG, VA.
D U C O K Y A N I Z E
D. A. HINES PAINT STORE
316 Twelfth Street
ALL OUR PAINTS ARE WELL KNOWN, NATIONALLY
- "Take no chances"
If your money is earning less than Five Per Cent, it is being uncterpaict
WE PAY M ON SAVINGS
Citizens Savings 81 Loan Corporation
215 NINTH STREET
There's a Difference in Bread
-ask for it by name- I
HOLSOM and .IUSTRITE
STA-KLEEN BAKERY, INC.
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
And how we hear about the absent-mi11ded professor who stood up at the
breakfast table, poured molasses down his back and scratched his plate, then went
out and cranked his wife and kissed his "Ford" good-bye. Wlieii he came back
he put his gun to bed and set himself in the corner. The gun went to sleep and
he went olT with a bang.
Teacher: i'Name a collective noun."
Pupil: "A dog-catcher."
DRY CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
PHONE 975 '
1603 PARK AVENUE LYNCHBURG, VA.
APPERSON-LEE MOTOR CO.
EIGI-ITEEN YEARS SATISFACTORY SERVICE
SN YDER KL BERMAN
READ "THE NEWS" and
HTLIE ADVANCEH TI-IE POPULAR PRICE STORE
914 Mam Street
And Keep Posted on Local and
SPORTS, COMICS, ETC. READY'T0'WEAR
We Specialize in All That is New in
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST
DRY GOODS, ETC
Teacher: "Name a long word."
Teacher: "Good ! Another."
Teacher: "That's not long euoughf'
Harry: "Bur, teacher, you can stretch it."
Melee and Virginia Reel
Harris -Woodson Company
SEVENTH AND COMMERCE STS.
Gifts for Every Occasion
fewelry, Watches. Diamonds
Victor Radios, Victrolas, and
FOUR SOUND-PROOF BOOTHS
J. D. MOOSE 81 SON, Inc.
Don't Trifle with Your Health-The Best is None too Good
MASSIE Sz LONG
Quality and Safely-Phone 4200-420i
Agents for HUY'LER'S Candies
805 MAIN STREET LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
We make-School Pins, Rings ,and Fraternity Jewelry
IF ITIS EYEGLASSES
See Us for QUALITY and SERVICE
BUCKINGHAM AND FLIPPIN
912 LIAIN STREET LYNOHBURO, VIRGINIA
STROTHER DRUG CO. A
WHOLESALE ff., KZ, M., V. ...P mf. M.
For lfie Names! Styles in
Ready-to-Wear and Millinery
The House Where Purity Rules
For the Lalesi i
Novelties and Necessities
PHONE 2266 I I I7 JEFFERSON ST. Come to Qu, 5,,,,e
The Lynchburg Chamber
Whose members take great pride in the
Work of the High School in developing
future citizens of our city
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
'6You look better than I've ever seen you look beforefi
"Wcl.l, I can't say that much about you."
"You could if you told as big a lie as I did."
A NEVV ONE
Hem' : "live 0'ot a ffoocl 'vocabular ' b f attending school."
. 5- .b 6 . . .5 ,, ti
Meredith: 'Fme,i take me for a ride 111 it. '
Prescriptions Filled Glasses Fitted , . .
Broken Lenses Duplicated Visit our Vlctrola Shop
B DMUNDS Cooper Furniture
THOMAS . E i
U I I Company
Optometnst and Optzcmn Corner Twelfth and Church Sts.
L t 1 P I V' t R d
617 MAIN STREET LYNOHBURG, VA. a es cpu ar lc or Gem- S
To the Boys and G11 ls
St t tl e hab t of thrift by
g you 0 e an old
P G COSBY JR.
Ge eral Ag nt P lot L e Insurance Co
616 Ciwn ii ST I YNCHBURG, VA.
VIRGIN IA LAUNDRY
Thoroughly Equipped Ivilh
F our Different Services
In Reach of Pocketbook of All
PHONE 452 OR 453
LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
ENTER THE CRITIC CONTESTS
The Cash Prizes are for
Randolph-Macon Woman's College
The Compliments of
RANDOLPH-MACON WOMAN'S COLLEGE
THE LYNCHBURG HIGH SCHOOL
D. R. ANDERSON, President of R.-M. W. C.
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savin r m n y in
age endowment life insurance
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WE ALWAYS LIKE TO
Meet your friends at
Will White Shoe Store
HE CUTS THE PRICE AND SELLS THE SHOES
101 MAIN STREET LYNCHBUBG, VIRGIN
LYQNTQ EN VENfG CQIDR PLATES
2 HALF TQNES ZINC mcrmcs "73uiZders gf Better Zlnnuaisf' f
DESIGNERS 0 LYN CH BUIKG MWRGINIACW ENGRAVERS
. 4 . M A,
ADAMS 593' CGBBS
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
The great grey car careeuecl down the road at a terrihc speed. The exhaust
came through the "cut-out" with a roar as of a machine gun. The driver sat
hunched over his wheel, peering ahead Where a sharp curve was approaching too
fast to see. The car took the curve on two wheels, the tires screaming an agouized
protest of such treatment when, when Q.I'Iease turn to page 4415.
D. A. PAYNE, Presfdenl R. T. WATTS. JR., Vice-Fresfdcnl
J. R. CILLIAM, JR., Secrclary and Treasurer W. P. SHELTON, Assislanl Sccrclury and Treasurer
LYNCHBURG TRUST 8: SAVINGS BANK
THE GLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE CITY
THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN THE STATE
WILLS-CAMP CO., Inc.
9TH AND MAIN STS., LYNCHBURG, VA.
VV e Specialize in Clothes and Furnishings for
Y onng Men and Boys
STEIN-BLOCH AND JACK O'LEATHER CLOTHES
L. W. HEIQIBERGER Manufacturing Optician HAMBERS 8 MITH, INC.
205 NINTH sT. KRISE BLDG. iSk
THESE FIGURES SPEAK F OR THEMSELVES
IZ Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College, l9l9- 20
39 Lynchburg boys ancl girls enrolled in Lynchburg College, 1924-'25
41 Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College, 1925-'26
44 Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College, 1926-'27
53 Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College, 1927- 28
65 Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College, 1928-'29
The Quiet, Dependable Automatic Refrigerator
Give her a FRIGIDAIRE this Christmas
Silver on Radio is like Sterling on Silver. You are cordially invited to see and
hear this wonderful Radio
DEANE-JACKSON CO., Inc.
6 I O MAIN STREET
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
Granclma: "Now, Johnny, suppose you were to hand Billy a plate with '1 l'uge
and :L small piece of pie ou it, wouldift you tell him to take the larger piece P
Granclma: "VVhy not?"
jolmuy: "Because it VVOl1lCl11't be iiccessaiyf'
G. A. COLEMAN CO.
910 MAIN STREET
"Smart Footwear for Sub-Debsu
30 YEARS O
PORTRAITS OF QUALITY
915 MAIN STREET
F KNOWING HOW ASSURES YOU
Portraits That Please
HARRY IEIDD, Proprietor
KEEP YOUR LIPS SOFT
FLEE'I"S CHAP STICK FLE ET S
Fine for Little Chaps and Big Chaps A O
AT ALL DRUG STORES
CHAP STICK COMPANY Trade-Mark Regt
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
Pat and Mike went tiger hunting. They saw at tiger up a tree and Mike pro-
posed that Pat should chase the tiger down and he would catch him. A few mo-
ments later as Pat sat in the tree watching Mike and the tiger roll wildly about on
the grouncl, he exclaimed: "Wa1it me to help you hold him P"
Mike Qhreatlllesslyj: "No, help me turn him aloosef'
A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT!
Thrift pays-especially when the money you save
is invested safely and profitably in building
and loan shares
LYNCI-IBURG MUTUAL BUILDING 61, LOAN ASSOCIATION
RICHARD HANCOCK, 1'l'fiHidCHf DANDRIIJGE llunnrzu., Secretary
2 l 9 Lynch Building
HANCOCK MOTOR CO., Inc.
0 ,Q LA SALLE
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,f SALES AND SERVICE
CHURCH AND SIXTH STREETS I-YNCHBURG' VIRGWIA
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT-
T he College Pharmacy
"The store with a happy aimospheren
We Aphreciate Your Patronage C. R. BUTLER, Proprietor
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
SAFE SERVICE DRUG STORES
SEVENTH AND MAIN STS.-AND-1027 MAIN ST.
Open All Night at 1027 Main Street
fohns'lon's, Whilman's, Russell McPl1ail's and fllarlha Washington Candies
Money Saving Prices on Drugs and Toiletries
J T Tix 554-3 A-A-'W
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THE MOST CRITICAL ARE PLEASED
Ivilh the Delicious Founiain Drinks and
Tea Room Service
1 I? - -C ' 9
1.44 VLIL Zi!!! WL LA3
S UPERIOR AUTO CO.
"Where Values Are Greatestv
"WATCH OUT FOR CI-IEVROLETSH
The Town Is Full of Them
508 MAIN STREET LYNCHBURG, VA
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
There was 21 young student named jones,
VV ith the call of the sea in his bones.
Set poems I1e'cI write,
To the C1"itic's delight,
In a rhythm of musical tones.
-VIRGINIA IRILEY, '32.
"THE LAUNDRY DOES IT BEST"
I t's More Sanitary
White Star Laundry Co.
JONES MEMORIAL LIBRARY
Open Daily Except Sundays, 9 A. M.-9 P. M.
COLLEGE HILL BRANCH DIQQIXBIGR EIT?-ECH7 P M 9 P M
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8-mo?-' MLFEf:5'00 P' M' Tues., wed. and Fri.
9.00 A- M' lo 5.00 P' M. Sai- . 9 A. IVI.-7 P. M. Mon. 81 Thurs.
FORT HILL BRANCH
2 P. M.-6 P. M.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND ENGINEERS
208 FIFTH STREET LYNCHBURG, VA.
Rivermont at D Street Telephone IZ5
J. E. FAUBER, Inc.
Ambulance Service A Day and Night
R. STocIc'roN TERRY, TELEPHONES
Owner and Manager 2723-2724
YAC- lzvermouf I
DRY CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
Offering the Best in Dry Cleaning and Dyeing
WHOLESALE SERVICE CREAMERY RETAIL
L YN C HB UR G
PASTEURIZED GRADE A
MILK AND CREAM
WHERE PURITY REIGN S SUPREME
706 EIGHTH STREET PHONE 2196
mmzuzq around in circles
w e1zpfouzm'1zq cm Gflzzzzuaf .7
...place your book in the
hands of an organization
with ample facilities and
personnel experienced to
produce an Annual in
keeping with the ideals
and traditions of your
,Z Q2 15611 camping
"In Lynchburg, Vir inia, for nearly three-quarter
institution - -
Such An Organization is
of a century"
A N CUCULLU, Vice-President
WM. V. WILSON, JR., President LLE
GILES H. MILLER, V.-Pres. and Cashier B. F. COUSINS, Assistant Cashier
C. R. LEWIS, JR., Assistant Cashier Tnos. W. GILLIAM, Assistant Cashier
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