Glass High School - Crest Yearbook (Lynchburg, VA)
- Class of 1931
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I TO EVELINA O. VVIGGINS
VVith the appreciation of the Staff for her long and successful
leadership as adviser of the Crific and with the gratitude
of the Senior Class to a friend and guide, this
volume of the CRITIC-CREST is dedicated.
Dedication . .
Senior Class . .
Junior Class . . .
Sophomore Class. I
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Autographs . .
Athletics . . .
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PRESENT FOUND umm THESE
PAGES SERDE IN THE FUTURE
TO EECALL THE 1NCIDENTS
OF THE PAST, ourz AIM IS
Th CRITIC CREST
The -CRIVTIC CREST
H. A. C, XVALKER, Principal
BLAKE E. ISLICV, Assistant Principalr, Motllenmtics
PAULINE F. FISHER, Dean of Girls. History
CHARLES M. EXBBOTTQ, History
FTARRIET S. BELL. Spanish
SAMUEL H. BENNETT, English
RUTH M. BLUNT, English
E. F. BURMA!-II.N, Dirvftor of Bll.S'iI1f'S.Y Education
D01c0'1'HY CIULES, Typewriting '
LEVVT5 T. DAVIS, Hmd of Latin Departnzvnt
EXDDIE T. EURE, English
THOMAS M. FUNK, Matln'n1ulic's, Athletic Coarh
SAMUEL R. GAY, Biology, Plzysirs
ELIZABETH C. GLASS, Latin, History
LILLIAN V..G1aEGoRY, Hood of Romance Language Dept.
CLEMIZNTINE GOUDE-, Conrnzervial Geography, Shorthand, Typewriting
. .ETTIE HARVEY, Bookkeeping
TQATHLEEN I'1OLMESY, French. Spanish
I. HEATH LEVVISV, Hvad of History Dvparttnent
MCCUE, JR., Head of Scicnfe Drpurtntenl
Fmzn B. NICLAURIN, Matlzvnmtics
EVELYN L. NIOORIC, English
HELEN H. NEI.SlbN-, English
1X'TAT'l'Ili H. C. NICHOLAS, English
R0scoE R. OGLESBY, Matlmtnotics
A LQNNIE XV. OXNTENA, Typvwriting. Connnerriul Geography
MARY SPoT'rswo0D PAYNEI, English
BEULAH PHIPPS. Clzcnzistry, Biology
ERMA LEE PORTER, Shorthand, Transcription, Typewriting
ELSIE V. TALBOT, English t
ELIZABETH N. NVALLACE, History
EVELINA O. NVIGGINS, Head of English Department
MARGARET F. NVILLTAMS, Bookleevping, Cotnnrerfial Gr-ography
FANNIE XVRTGHT, English
FREDERICK P. HALE, Music
MARTIIfX PIELBIG, Art
C. R. VVARTHEN, Physical Training
ISABEL PECK, Physifal Training
CATHERINE DUPUY, Girls' Athletics
NORVELL CRAIG!-ULL, Librarian
ANICE HOXXVELI., Secretary to Principal
SALLIE HAYNIE, Direvtor of Cafeteria
PHOTEBE EDBILYNDS, Supcrzfisor of .Study Halls
The CRITIC-CREST I 1
Song' of Uouth
IVII-at is this soug that youth is singing
Past the 'Z,U17lIU'0'ZU o 111 y years?
The tune, though ancient, yet 'is riugiug
Down the corridor of tears
That marks the path of age-old treason,
Sluwuzfug youth for being youugg
Yet age can giife to youth no reason
For the songs it left unsung
I II' afzcfe of deejv-set., Iurleilzg fears
That darked the Corner of the years.
Passion, fvulsiug through the ages
To that -zu-ighty, throbbing tune,
Has built its 'rlzytlwu on the rages
Of each age that sltghts too soon
The fact that youth will always cherish
Plan or purpose as it"s born,
Iflfhile age dren-Jus the j?11atj7o1u'ish,
Sunset brighter than the dawn
I'Vl11TCll lights youth thmugh, the I'Il1'l?1:7Zg eats
That dark the corners of the yea-rs.
-JOHN PAUL JoNE:. JR
The CRITIC CREST
JOHN PAUL JONES
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XVILLIA M OGLESBY ............
LOUISE JENNINGS ...x..........
RUBY MATHEWS ......A................,
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"Of marmefr gentle."'
MARJORIE WILSON AGEE
Honor League: Typist High Times Staff: Com-
merical Club: B2 Club: Athletic Association: Tennis:
Participant State Shorthand Contest, '3x.
"Fair and softly gcc: far."
MARY LOUISE ALVIS
Athletic Association: Honor League.
"Smooth runs the water 'wlu:re the brook is deep."
VIRGINIA LOUISE AMONETTE
National Honor Society: Athletic Association:
Honor League: Glee Club: Lee Literary Society:
Wilsonian Literary Society: Class News Editor
High Times, '3o: Associate Editor High Times, '3i:
Quill and Scroll: Vice-President French Club, '3x.
, "Merry as the day is long."
FRANCES SEVVARD ANDERSON
French Club: Honor League: Athletic Associa-
tion: Lee Literary Society: Wilsonian Literary Soci-
ety: G. H. S. C.: Basketball: Swimming: Tennis:
High Times Reporter, '30,
"Her opinion. carried a lat of weight."
CHRISTINE EUNICE ARTHUR
Commercial Club: Athletic Association: Honor
League: O. G. A.: O. A. T. '
"Great things come in :mall packages."
ELEANOR JOSEPI-IINE ATKINSON
Girls' Glee Club: Wilsonian Literary Society: Lee
Literary Society: G. H. S. C.: Art Club: Athletic
Association: Junior Representative Honor League:
"Hope elevates and joy briglitens his crest."
MADISON ARCHER BALLAGH
Dramatic Club, Hi-YQ Honor League, Wilsonian
Literary Societyg Athletic Associationg Lee Literary
Society, Adelphian Debating Society.
"Her gentle speech and modest ways
Left others to accord her praise."
AGNES CARROLL BURY
Athletic Association: G. H. S. C.g French Clubg
"A .soul as full of 'worth as 'void of pride."
BEULAH MARIORIE BERRY
Girls' High School Club: Athletic Associationg
Commercial Clubg Honor League.
"Soft is the music that would charm forever."
W. AVERI LLE BERSCI-I
Reporter Commercial Club, Typist Critic Staff,
'3og B2 Clubg Glee Clubg Honor Leagueg Athletic
Associationg Assistant Manager Critic Typists, YSIQ
Critic'Crest Staifg Participant in State Shorthand
"Nothing great was eper achieved without
ALFRED CHILTON BISHOP
National Honor Societyg Lee Literary Society,
'zgg President Adelphian Debating Society, '3og
Debating Team, ' og French Club President, 'gig
Honor Leagueg Senior Representative, '30, '31g
Athletic Association, Wilsonian Literary Society, '3o.
"Patience is the best remedy for awry trouble."
ALICE ROBERTA BLANKINSHIP
Orchestrag Spanish Club: Athletic Association,
Honor Leagueg Wilsonian Literary Societyg Dra-
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"A good reputation is more valuable than money."
WVALTER BENNETT BLANKINSHIP
H-Reporter High. Timex, ,29Q Alumni Editor High
James, '29, 'gog Honor League.
"Fair and softly goes."
ELEANOR VIRGINIA BONDURANT
Vice-President Commercial Club, 'gog B2 Clubg
Honor Leagucg Athletic Associationg O. G. A.
"A fair c.rtcr1'or is a silent recammexm'olz'o11.."
MYRTLE DOROTHY BOLEY
. Commercial Clubg Honor Leagueg Athletic Asso-
"Care will kill a col,
And therefore let's be merry."
LEONARD STRATTON BRADLEY
Athletic Association: Track Teamg Varsity Foot-
ballg Baudg Orchestrag Monogram Clubg Honor
Leagucg VV. A. T. C.g'Spanish Club.
"Hail, fellow, wall met."
V1 NCENT EDWARD BRAGASSA
Athletic Awuciationg Foothallg Basketball.
"A smile for all, a greeting gladf
A lovablef jolly way she had."
LEAH EUBANK' BRIGHTVVELL
Honor Leagueg B2 Clubg Athletic Association.
"A real friend ':ulm.rrr company is an everlasting
DOROTHY MARION BROOKS
lVils0niau Literary Society: Athletic Associationg
Girls' Basketball Teamg Honor League.
' "He held his sent, a friend to Iiumagr race."
MARTIN L. BRONVN, JR.
Athletic Associatioug French Clulyg Honor Leagueg
Monogram Cluhg Dramatic Clubg Football.
"Tim world, dear Agnes, is a strange affair."
AGNES MA RY BRUCE
, Glee Clubg Athletic Clubg B: Club.
"A: fruc as steel."
FRANCES MAE BURNETT
Commercizll Club: Honor Leagueg B2 Clubg Ath-
letic Association: Senior Representative.
"Ye grant, altha hr: had-much wit
He was 'very .vlxy of using it."
HAROLD ELMO CAMRRELL
Athletic Associatinng Honor League.
"By nature born a f1'iemi."
RAN DOLPH PERROW CANDLER
Commercial Clul'Jg.O. G. A.g Athletic Associationg
"Let the world slide."
VVILLIAM FRANCIS CANTIERI
Transfer from Lancaster High School, Pa.
Secretary-Treasurer Lancaster Glider Clubg Ath-
letic Associationg Honor League.
"He is always laughing, for he has an infinite
deal of wit."
MAX JESSE CAPPS
Bandg Orchestrag Glee Club: Footballg Honor
Leagueg O. A. T.g Commercial Clubg O. G. A.
"Blessed 'zuitli that charm, a certainty to please."
NAOMI FRANCES CARTER
Wilsonian Literary Societyg Orchestrag Assistant
Exchange Editor High. Timex, ,311 Tennisg Honor
Leagueg French Clubg Athletic Association.
"Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
DOROTHY PHARR CARNVILE
Athletic Associationg Wilsonian Literary Societyg
Girls' High School Clubg Honor League.
"Batter be small and .rliine
Than great and cast a shadow."
ALPHA DIXON CHEATI-IAM .
O. A. T.g O. G. Ag Commercial Clubg Honor
"Sing away sorrowg cast away care."
LAWSON AUGUSTUS CHEATHAM
Adelphian Debating Societyg Bandg Orchestrag
Baseball Squadg Honor League.
"The fora' of his own merit makes his way."
EARL ELWOOD CLARK
Commercial Clubg Dramatic Clubg Athletic Asso-
"Soma believed him wondrous wise, and some
believed hun mad."
JOHN FITZ PATRICK CLARK
National Honor Societyg Editor Bird's Eye Re-
view, High Times, '30, ,3I.
"Shooting par in life and galff'
JAMES MURRAY CLELAND
National Honor Society, Lee Literary Societyg
Wilsonian Literary Societyg Hi-Y Clubg Spanish
Clubg Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Cir-
culating Manager Critic, '31,
"Wim wiixcs reason 'iaith pleasure,
And wisdom with mirth."
ELEANOR MAE COCHRAN
Dramatic Clubg Commercial Clubg Honor Leagueg
O. G. A.g O. A. T.g Athletic Association.
"True as the dial to the sun."
CORA INEZ COFFEE
Athletic Associationg VVilsonian Literary Society,
Honor Leagucg Spanish Club.
"Taking her all in all, we ne'er shall look upon licr
ELMA VIRGINIA COLEMAN
Treasurer Girls' High School Club, '30, Vice-
President Girls' High School Club, '31, Honor
Leagueg Athletic Association.
"Salt your life with Immar, pepper it with wit,
And sprinkle otvcr it the jay of fellowship."
GLENN CRADDOCK COLEMAN
Bandg Orchestrag Hi-Yg Athletic Associationg
Honor Leagneg Footballg Basketball.
"I never knew so young a body with .ro old a head."
HP- Cv., HCOOPH
National Honor Societyg Orchestrag G. H. S. C.3
High Times Reporter, 'zgg Headlines Editor High
Times, '3og Editorial Board High Time.r,' Critic-
Crart Stalfg Dramatic Clnbg Athletic Associationg
Wilsonian Literary Society.
"Not too .mbmg not too gayf
A rare good sport -in every way."
MARIE ARTHUR COSTAN
Athletic Association' French Club: Honor Lea-
gue: Lee Literary Society: Vklilsonian Literary
Society: Basketballg High Times Staffg B2 Clubg
Girls' Glee Club.
"Nat afraid of worle
Yet not in low: ruztlz it."
HENRY SNEAD COUSINS
Track, ,301 Assistant Captain Track, '31g Foot-
ballg Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg Assistant
Alumni Editor Critic, '3og Assistant Literary Editor
Critic, 'gig Dramatic Club: French Clubg Wilsonian
Liteiiary Societyg C1'itic-Crest Stalfg Quill and
"She that was ever fair and nci'cr proud,"
ELLA BINFORD CRADDOCK
National Honor Society: Lee Literary Society:
VVilsonian Literary Societyg Critic Staff, '30, 'gig
Cl'lIffL"Cl'L'Xf Stahfg G. H. S. C.g Treasurer French
Club, '31g Dramatic Club: Latin Representative,
'3og Honor Leagueg Athletic Association.
"He is good-uaturcd, good-lmmarcd, and fren."
C. T. RUSSELL DABNEY
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Hi-Yg
"Sli: was good as slielwus fair."
EMILY BILL DAVIS
Exchange Erlitor Critic, '3og Assistant Poetry
Editor Critic, '311 G. H. S. C.g Honor League:
Atgetic Association: Class Historian Critic-Crest
"A frie-nd is 'mortll all liazarrls we can run."
CHARLOTTE DOSNVELL DAXVSON
Glee Clubg Athletic Association: Honor League.
"The 'woe-Id'.v no better if we worry g
L1fe': na longer If we hurry."
ROBERT EMMETT DEI-IART
High Times Stalfg Athletic Associationg Honor
"With a 10iI'lH'f1'1g way."
ELSIE VICTORIA DIVERS
Atl1letic'Associatioug Commercial Club.
LERA PEARNIE ELLIS
Commercial Club: Athletic Association.
"Mind, boys, those cyex,
For they 'work as Cupiclls smile.
RUTH LEE EISEMGN
Commercial Club: Athletic Associationg Honor
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"W'hen all my -zvivikx in 'vain are wuuk,
When all my thinks in 'vain are thxmk
What saves me from an awful jlunk?
ROBERT WARD EVANS
National Honor Society: Honor League: Athletic
Association: Secretary Lee Literary Society: Wil-
sonian Literary Society: Adelphian Debating Society:
Qritir Staff: Critic-Crest Stall: Latin Representa-
tive, '3t: French Club: David Garrick Players:
Hi-Y: Quill and Scroll.
"Her life was earnest work, not play."
SARAH EVELYN EVANS
National Honor Society: Honor League: Athletic
Association: VVilsonian Literary Society: French
Club: Assistant Exchange Editor Critic, '30, '31:
"A true 'Arrow-Collar' man."
GEORGE EDWARD FLIPPIN, In.
Athletic Association: Honor League: Hi-Y Club:
genlior Representative: Track: Football: Spanish
"It was roses, rose: all the way."
HENRIETTA CRENSHAW FOX
' Vice-President Athletic Association, '31: Vice'
President Senior Class: Wilsonian Literary Society.
"I would hitch my wagon to a star."
VVILLIAM EDWARD FOURQUREAN
National Honor Society: Lee Literary Society:
Vlfilsonian Literary Society: Secretary W'ilsonian
Literary Society, '3r: Athletic Association: Honor
League: Spanish Club: Dramatic Club: Band.
"No beauty? like the beauty of the mind."
MABEL VIRGINIA FOSTER
National Honor Society: 'Commercial Club: Ath-
,letic Association: Critic Typist, '30, '3I: Honor
League: O. G. A.: O. A. T.
"Happy am I, from care 1'm frep.
Why arerft they all contented like me?"
KENNETH CA BELL FRANKLIN
Football: Basketball: Tennis: Athletic Association.
"Spcez'l1 may be silvery, but often silence is yoldenf
EDXVARD MCFADDEN FREEMAN
Athletic Association: Honor League: Basketball:
Chapel Committee: French Club.
" 'Tis a friendly lmart that has plenty of friends."
LUCILLE MASTON FRY
Spanish Club: Athletic Association: Honor League.
"All that's simple, sweet, and .ratisfyingf
KATIE LOUISE GIBBS
Athletic Association: Honor League: Girls' Glee
"Stout heart, and open hand."
NELLIE JANE GIBSON
Spanish Club: B2 Club: Wilsonian Literary Soci-
ety: Honor League: Athletic Association.
"A manner blithe and debo11ai1."
WILLIAM VERNON GILES
National Honor Society: Athletic Association:
Honor League: Circulation Manager High Timex:
Vice-President Hi-Y, '3I: Lee Literary Society:
Wilsonian Literary Society: French Club: Dramatic
Club: Adelphian Debating Society: Debating Rep-
resentative, '3o, '3z.
"A smile will goo lang, lang -way."
NANCY BARBOUR GILLESPIE
Historian B2 Club, '3og Chairman of Athletics
B2 Club, '3ig Athletic Associatiorig Lee Literary
Societyg Wilsonizm Literary Societyg Basketlmallg
Temnsg Swimming: Honor Leagueg French Club.
"Laughing eyes aml manners bright,"
MARGARET ANN GRAHAM
Commercial Clubg Athletic Assuciationg B2 Clubg
"5'peeel1 is great, but silence greater."
ELSIE J. GRUBBS
Commercial Clubg Honor Leagueg Athletic Assu-
"On rlzcffr own -merit.: modest men are dumb."
SAMUEL GARLAND HAMNER, IR.
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Secretary
Hi-Yg Managing Editor Hiylr Times, 'gog Editor-
in-Chief High Times, ,312 French Club: Wilsonian-
Literary Societyg Lee Literary Society.
"To tlmse who know thee not,
No words can pai--nt."
VVil5onian Literary Societyg Athletic Associutiong
"A frivolous e.1'1eri01', but a sincere heart."
GEORGIE ANN HARRIS
' -'GEoRGIANA" 1
Athletic Association: Honor Leagueg B2 Clubg
Wilsoriizm Literary Sociletyg Girls' Glee Clubg Girls'
Basketball Teamg SlJZll1lSll Club.
"I do loathe e,rplauatious."
HELEN LINDSAY HARRIS
Wilsoniau Literary Societyg Girls' High School
Clubg Honor League: Athletic Association.
"True as the dial fo tho sim,
Although it be not slimed upon."
OTWAY PEARSON HARWOOD
Bandg Honor Leagueg Athletic Association.
"Good disposition, a friend to all."
FRED KLEIN HAWKINS
Athletic Associationg Honor League.
"Far life is not life 'without delight."
LILLIAN FRANCES HENDERSON
Commercial Clubg Honor Leagueg Athletic Asso-
"Regime dull care, you and I could never agree."
C. VERNON HENKEL, JR.
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Hi-Yg Foot-
ballg Spanish' Clubg Treasurer Wilsoniau Literary
Societyg Critic Stalig Crilic-Crest Stiff.
"She hath a .sweetness all her own."
ALUCILE VIRGINIA HINES
Dramatic Cluhg Glee Clubg Athletic Associationg
"Today, YLVIIGIEZICY mpy qm1oy,,
The world for me m simple joy."
CLARENCE HENRY HINNANT, JR.
President Lee Literary Society, Vice-President
Wilsonian Literary Society, '31, David Garrick
Players, Dramatic Club, Honor League, Athletic
Association, Spanish Club, Hi-Y.
"Tranquillity, thou better name
Than all the family af fame."
BERNICE LEE HIPPERT
Athletic Association, Honor League, Spanish
Club, Girls' Glee Club, B2 Club, Lee Literary Soci-
cSty?fQuill and Scroll, Critic Stalf, '31, Critic-Crest
ta . .
"Sleep is sweet to the laboring mlm."
Manager Football, '29, Manager Track, '30,
Monogram Club, '3o-31.
"Our bu.rine.r.r in the field of fight .
Is not to question but to prove our might."
GEGRGE WADE HOWELL
Commercial Club, Junior O. A. T., Athletic
Association, Band, Baseball Squad.
"Worth is by worth in every rank admired."
MARY LUCILLE HOWVELL
Wilsonian Literary Society, Commercial Club,
Athletic Association, O. G. A., Honor League.
"A true friend is a friend forever."
Athletic Association, Honor League, Girls' High
"It lzurlvtll not the tongue to give fair wards."
MARGARET NORRIE HUDSON
Commercial Clubp Athletic Associationg Honor
"A Hue friend is forever n friend."
Athletic Associatioug Commercial Club.
"Plain dealing is the best when all is done."
GURNIE JANE INGE
Commercial Clubg Athletic Associationg Honor
Leagueg O. G. A.
"If all lwr deeds and stunts were told,
Slw'd be tzulce liar weight in gold,"
LOUISE MOZELLE IENNINGS
National Honor Society: Secretary Senior Classy
B2 Club: Aclelphian Debating Societyg Secretary
Commercial Club, '30Q David Carrick Playersg
Critic Staff Tynistg Honor Leagueg O. A. T.g
O. G. A.: Athletic Associationg Girls' Public
Speaker, '30, '31,
"The will for the deed."
GLADYS VIRGINIA JOHNS .
Spanish Club: NVilsonian Literary Societyg Ath-
"Amiable people radiale s1nz.vlziuc."
NELLIE CELESTE JOHNS
Athletic Associationg ,Honor Leagueg Spanish Club.
"Good looking, full of fun,
Wztli a smile for everyone."
ROBERT KIRKWOOD JOHNSON
National Honor Society, Junior O. A. T.,
O. G. A., Dramatic Club, Commercial Club' Ath-
letic Association, Football, '29, Baseball, '30i
A friend to all."
MINNIE SLOAN JOHNSON
Athletic Association, Wilsouian Literary Society,
G. H. S. C., Honor League, Dramatic Class.
"E'uerybon'y'.v friend, 1iobody's enemy."
JAMES EDVVARD JONES
Hi-Y Club, Hi-Y Secretary, '29, Hi-Y President,
'30, President Honor- League, '30, Senior Represen-
tative, Cheer Leader, Athletic Association, Dra-
matic Club Stage Manager, '30, Spanish Club,
Vice-President Junior Class, '29, Band, '28,
"An aim in life is the only thing 'worth finding."
FRED LEE JONES
Athletic Association, Commercial Club, Band,
Bookkeeping State Commercial Contest, First Place
in Shorthantl, District Contest.
"The glass of faslziau and the mold of form."
JOHN PAUL JONES, JR.
President Senior Class, Poetry Editor Critic, '30,
Assistant Editor Critic, ,SIQ Art Editor Critic-
Crest, '30, Assistant Editor Critic-Crest, ,312
Quill and Scroll, Head Cheer Leader, '29, '30, ,315
Athletic Association, French Cluh, Hi-Y, David
Carrick Players, President Junior Class, .301 Stage
Manager Dramatic Club, ,ZQQ Honor League.
"Ami wlrat first had been an idle joy became a
saber, serious work for fame."
MARY LOUISE JORDAN
National Honor Society, Athletic Association,
Critic Typist, '31, O. G. A., O. A. T.
"I'II be merry mid frrc:
l'Il be sad jar nobody."
HELEN GREY KEITH
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Spanish Club.
"She walks in thc path of friendly l1carti'."
LUCY KIMBROUGI-I KERR
Athletic Associationp Girls' High School Cluhg
President Wilsonian Literary Society, '3og Honor
"How swrct and fair :Inc .vcemx to be!"
DORIS GVVENDOLYN LEE
nmmelcial Cluh B" Club Athletic Associationg
C. ' 5 - 3 ' '
Honor Leagueg Critic Typist, '31g Glue Club.-
"Her ways rm: 'ZE'Llj'.Y of pIc'nsanlne.r.r,
And all her paths arc peace."
FLORENCE VIRGINIA LENVIS
Lee Literary Societyg Wilsoniun Literary Societyg
Dramatic Cluhg Honor Leagueg Athletic Association:
Basketball Teamg French Club.
"She is full of spirit and frm."
Commercial Cluhg Honor Lengueg Athletic Asso-
"Jolly, yy! .vrrionspn
Fu1z'lo'vzny, yet .mm-rc."
SALLIE REBECCA LINCOLN
Wilsonian Literary Society: Athletic Assnciationg
gormr Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Spanish
"Greet feeling hath she of her own.
Winch lesser .souls may never know."
MARTHA ANDERSON LIGON
G. H. S. Club: Dramatic Club: Critic Staff,
'3o, '31: Critic-Crest Staff: Athletic Association:
Honor League: French Club: David Garrick Players.
"Sweetest eyes were ever seen."
MARY LOUISE LINDSAY
Adelphian Debating Society: B2 Club: Commercial
Club: O. G. A.: Athletic Association: Glee Club.
"Happy'go-lucky: careless and free,
Nothing there as that -worries me."
GEORGE WILBUR LINDSAY .
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Band: Commercial Club: President Commercial
Club, '3o: NVilsonian Literary Society: Athletic
"To know, to esteem, to love-an ideal girl."
IAQUELIN AMBLER LOYD
President G. H. S. C., '31: Dramatic Club:
Athletic Association: Poetry Editor Critic, '31:
Quill and Scroll: Critic-Crest Staffs
"Ready ere I call her name."
MINNIE VIRGINIA MAYS
Dramatic Club: G. H. S. C.: Quill and Scroll:
Spanish Club: Adelphian Debating Society: High
"Forever foremost in the ranks of fun."
SAMUEL THOMAS MARTIN
Athletic Association: Honor League: Spanish
Club: Lee Literary Society: Baseball, '2S: Band,
'28, '29: Hi-Y: Dramatic Cluh.
"It lzurteth not the tongue to give fair words."
CLARA ESTHER MASON
B3 Clubg Commercial Clubg Athletic Association:
"Soft peace she brings."
RUBY ELIZABETH MATHENVS
National Honor Society: B: Clubg Commercial
Club: Athletic Association: Honor League: O. G. A.g
O. A. T.g Spelling Representative, '3!5 State H. S.
Champion Novice Typist, ,29j State H. S. Cham-
pion Amateur Typist, '3o5 Manager Critic Typists,
,3IQ Assistant Secretary Senior Class.
"A .smile of uuixlzilie, n heart of gold."
MAGGIE BERNICE MCCRAVV
National Honor Societyg Athletic Associationg
Honor Leagueg O. G. A.g Vice-President Com-
mercial Club, '3og Assistant Business Manager
"IlIucIl- study is wenrisome to the fieslif'
JOHN ARCHIBALD MCKENRY, JR,
Hi-YQ Honor League: Oilice Assistant.
"Be 'wisely worldlyp be not worldly wise."
LILLIAN MAE MCKINNEY
Athletic Associationg Commercial Cluhg W'ilsonian
Literary Societyg Girls' High School Club.
"Calm as a summer sky of blue."
POLLY MIRIAM MCMURRAY
Athletic Associationg Honor League."
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"Her presence lend: its zvarmtlz and health to all
who came before it."
ELIZABETH CHRISTINE MITCHELL
Wilsonian Literary Societyg Spanish Clubg Honor
League, Athletic Association.
"I nm sure care's an. enemy of life."
LOUISE GRACE MOORE
Commercial Clulmg B2 Club: Athletic Associatioug
Honor Leagueg O. A. T.g O. G. A.
"One sees and loves."
SUSIE EMMALINE MORRIS
Commercial Cluhg Athletic Associationg Lee Lit-
erary Societyg Vlfilsonian Literary Societyg B1 Club,
"A great man ix made up of qualitfar that meet or
make great occasions."
HENRY SACKETT MOSBY '
"AH BOO" MOSBY
President Junior Hi-Y, '27g Treasurer Senior
Hi-Y, '3xg President Spanish Club, '3og Presirlcnt
Dramatic Club, '3og Treasurer Dramatic Club, '3og
Debating Team, '30, '31g President Honor League,
'30, ,315 Cheer Leader, '30, '31g Assistant Circula-
tion Manager Critic, '31g Athletic Associationg
"She was barn to make hash of men's bo.vams."
- ELIZA HULL MOUNT
lJran1:1tic Clubg Wilsnnian Literary Society,
Ailelplxian Debating Society,
"The end and the reward of toil is rest."
I-IORACE KIRKPATRICK MURPHY
National Honor Society, Commercial Cluhg Ath-
letic Association: Honor Leagueg Business Manager
C'1finT,3,,'3og O. G. A.
"I 'would rather be right than President."
WILLIAM STARKE MUNDY, IR.
President National Honor Society: Critic Stati,
'30, '31: Editor-in-Chief Critic and Critic-Cresl, '31:
Ailelphian Debating Society: State Championship
in Debate, '29: Class A State Championship in Pub-
lic Speaking, '3u: President Quill and Scroll, '3x:
Athletic Association: Honor League: Band, 'z8I
David Garrick Players: Winner of Riclimoud Timex
Dispatcli Medal, '31: Bell Medal, '19, '3o.
"Bright gem lillyflill-Ci with. music, 'Doral spark."
JOSEPHINE THORNHILL MURRELL
Vice-President Honor League: Personals Editor
and Advertising Manager High Times: Secretary-
Treasurer Lee Literary Society: Secretary and Vice-
Presiclent Dramatic Club: NVilsonian Literary Soci-
ety: Treasurer G. I-I. S. C.: Crilif:-Cre.vt Staff:
Secretary-Treasurer Quill and Scroll: Representa-
tive Girls' Public Reading, '30, 531: Vice-President
National Honor Society.
"A youd deed is ucwr last."
CLARENCE RICHARD NEI-IER, JR.
Band: Orchestra: Hi-Y: Track: Athletic Asso-
ciation: Honor League.
"How fair and pleasant art thou."
LOIS MAE NICHOLS
VVilsonian Literary Society: Girls' Club: Ex-
change Editor High- Times, '31: Athletic Associa-
tion: Honor League: Spanish Club.
"Noun but licrsclf can be lrcr parallel."
HAZEL .ELIZABETH NORVELL
Athletic Association: Commercial Club: O. G. A.:
Honor League: B2 Club.
"A moral, seiixilzlc, and wc!!-bred num."
Athletic Association: Honor League: Senior Rep-
resentative Honor League: Basketball Squad: Base-
ball Squad: Football Squad: Hi-Y: Monogram Club:
High T1'fllL'.l' Typist: Treasurer Commercial Club, '3I.
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"Men of few 'words are the best men-."
VVILLIAM HENRY OGLESBY
Treasurer Senior Class: President Athletic Associ-
ation: Athletic Association: Football: Monogram
Club: Treasurer Commercial Club, '31: Cafeteria
Accountant: Cafeteria Cashier: Honor League: High
Times Typist: Hi-Y: National Honor Society.
The kindest niqn
The best conditioned-ax1.d unwearied spirit
In domg courtesy."
GEORGE HERBERT ORCHARD, JR.
National Honor Society: Sergeant-at-Arms Lee
Literary Society: Secretary Wilsonian Literary
Society: President Spanish Club, '31: Athletic Asso'
ciation: Honor League: Secretary Dramatic Club:
Band: Track Team: Hi-Y: Assistant Alumni Editor
Critic, '3o: Editor Alumni Critic, '3r: Junior
Representative Honor League: David Carrick
"ln youth and beauty
Wisdom is but rare."
CATHERINE S. OVERSTREET
Honor League: Athletic Association.
"Every man, has his fault, and honesty is his."
WINSTON IRVIN PADGETT
Honor League: Spanish Club: Athletic Associa-
tion: Baseball, '3o.
"We'1'e born to be happy, all of us."
DOROTHY MAE PADGETT
Spanish Club: Commercial Club: Wilsonian Lit-
erary Society: Athletic Association: Honor League.
"Eartll's .noblest thing-a 'woman perfected."
KATHARINE ALMA PARTLOW'
Assistant Art Editor Critic, '3r: Wilsonian Lit-
erary Society: Athletic Association: Honor League.
"Foremost in the ranks of ffm."
HAZEL GAYNELLE PATTERSON
B2 Club: G. H. S. Club: Athletic Association:
"I am not of the feather to shake of my friend
when he needs me mast."
MYRTLE FREEMAN PATTERSON
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French Club: Wilsonian Literary Society: Ath-
"None knew thee but to love thee
Nur named thee but to praise."
MARGARET BUCHANAN PECK
G. H. S. C.: David Garrick Players: Athletic
Association: Secretary French Club, '3x: Critic
Staff, '3i: Critir-Crest Staff, '31: Lee Literary
Society: Wilsonian Literary Society: Honor League.
"Ladies, dear ladies,
Please leave me alone."
FRANK C. PERKINS
Stage Manager David Garrick Players, '30, '31:
Hi-Y: Football, '28, '29: Band: Critic Staff, '30,
,3lQ Monogram Club: Honor League: Athletic
"A cheerful countenance batokeus a good heart."
VIRGINIA DUDLEY PETERS
Honor League: Athletic Association: Wilsonian
Literary Society: Girls' Baseball: Swimming
"The mildcst manners with thc bravest mind."
CLARA ALIES PHELPS
Commercial Club: B2 Club: Athletic Association:
Honor League: High Times Stall.
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MARGARET ETH EL POLLARD
Spanish Clnlig Athletic Association.
"Lot the 'world slide."
CHARLES VVALKER PORTER
Athletic Associaliong Honor Leagneg French
Clnhg Track Squad, ,29.
"Har 'very frown: are fairer fur,
Than smiles of other maidens are."
FRANCES WOOD PUGH
Athletic Associationg Honor League: Junior Girl
Reserveg Lee Literary Society.
"Just at the nge 'fwixt boy and youth,
When thought is speech, and speech is truth."
BEN PEYTON PURYEAR
Feature Editor High Times, 'gog Associate Editor
High, Times, YSIQ .French Clnbg Honor League:
Vice-President Quill and Scroll: Treasurer Drama-
tic Clnbg Wilsonian Literary Societyg Lee Literary
Societyg Athletic Associationg Hi-Y. .
"Ladies, dear ladies,
Please leave me alone."
JOE E. RICHARDSON
Athletic Association: Honor League: Spanish
Clubg Footballg Baseballg Lee Literary Society.
"lfVlny .should I more kizawledge gain,
W'l1cn it only gives me pam?"
DVVIGHT GRAY RIVERS
Fiench Clulng Hi-Y: Dramatic Clubg Honor Leaf
gueg Athletic Association.
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GEORGE MORELL ROBESON Ml
Athletic Association: Dramatic Club: French
Club: Honor League: Hi-Y: Wilsonian Literary gif T,
Society. Z 1
"1t'.r a 'UNB' Kluvd world to live in." ' ff
MEREDITH ROBESON 54
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lrVilsonian Literary Society: Dramatic Club: Ath- '21 Z
letic Association: Honor League. A-
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"A friend in jay and in sorrowp rl ll
A friwzd today, a friend tomorrow." ii ' q
HELEN FRANCES ROSE Q l I
"POKY" J- -'ga
Commercial Club: B2 Club: Honor League: Crx't,1'c it-.1
Typist, '31g Athletic Association: O. G. A.: Cflflfr 5. '17
Crest Staff. : .j.- 5
"lVlzen all the 'world rouspircx fo praixe her, lc
The girl is zlraf, and dom not Ilcm'." lfl.-I
RUTH LOUTSE ROUTON 7' ly.-ii
'-BABE RUTH" Q!
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Athletic Association: B2 Club: Wilsonian Literary lil
Society: Honor League: Glee Club: O. G. A.: ll! ff?
O. A. T. jf.-5
"Au ideal girl in rvcry way, EFI
Our you zIan't find every day."
FRANCES DEENA SCHEWEL g'
National Honor Society: Vice-President Lee Lit- .ll V'
erary Society: Wilsoniau Literary Society: David Q! fgi
Carrick Players: Honor League: Athletic Associa- .p'
tion: G. H. S. C.: French Club: Aclelplxian Delyat- is" K
ing Society: Assignment Editor and Advertising 'e' :
Manager High. Timex: Crilir-Crexf StalT: Senior gf
"Her ai-r, her marmcr, I-l ly' fl
All who .raw arlmiredf' ff fwfr
MILDRED MURIEL SCOTT IQ aff?
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Art Club: G. H. S. C.: Honor League: Athletic 7: l 4'
Association: French Club. ' l:
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"Though hm' way: are qwuiet, yet steady and sure
Are the thoughts of thu maiden demuref'
MYRTLE GLINNIE SHEARER
B2 Club, Commercial Club, Honor League: Ath'
"True to herself,
True to her friends,
True to her duty always."
DORIS PAULINE SMITH
Treasurer B2 Club, '31, Commercial Clubg Ath-
letic Association, Honor League, O. G. A.
"Men of few words are the best men."
RADFORD' SPENCER SMITH, IR.
Honor League, Athletic Association.
"Piping n zfagrant ditty free from care."
LEWIS FRANK SOMERS
Athletic Association, Honor League.
"A .rtill tongue maketh a wise head."
ANNIE KATHLEEN SPITZER
Athletic Associationg Honor League: O. G. A.,
Critic Typist, Critic-Crest Staffg Chairman Program
Committee B2 Club, '30, Commercial Club.
"A sunny icmper gilds the edges of l1'fe's blackest
ALZADA JEAN STANFORD
Girls' High School Clubg Honor Leagueg Athletic
Thr' Hrs! Ililllldffd years arc the lzarde.vf."
AMOS LESLIE STEPHENS, JR.
Honor League: Athletic Association: Spanish
Club: Band: Orchestra.
"Charm strikes the right, and merit wins the soul."
ANNE ELIZABETH STEPTOE
G. H. S. C.: Lee Literary Society: Athletic
Association: Vtlilsonian Literary Society: Quill and
Scroll: Assistant Workshop Editor Critic, '3o:
Literary Editor Critic, '31: David Carrick Players:
Literary Editor Critic-Crest: French Club.
"Never too serious,
Never too frivolous,
But a rare good fellow."
ANNIE LAURIE STOVALL
Athletic Association: Honor League: Lee Literary
Society: Wilsonian Literary Society. 4
"The way to have a friend is to be one."
IUDITH VICTORIA STOVALL
Girls' High School Club: Assistant Poetry Editor
Critic, '3x: Honor League: Athletic Association:
"Mind is the lever of all things."
EULA GENEVIEVE TATE
National Honor Society: Athletic Association:
Spanish Club: Honor League.
"Bring all that he is:
Bez-ng notlmig that he isn'!."
JOHN EDWARDS TAYLOR
Lee. Literary Society: Wilsonian Literary Society:
Honor League: Athletic Association.
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BETTY FRANCES THOMAS
Athletic Associationg Honor League: Lee Literary
Society: NVilsonian Literary Society: Girls' High
"He is I1 gviztlamau from sale to crown."
VVILLIAM ALEX THOMPSON, JR.
Nation:1l.Honor Society: Honor League: Ath-
letic Association: President Commercial Club, '3o:
Hi-Y: High Timcs Typist: Business Manager Critic,
'31: Cafeteria Accountant: First Prize District
Bookkeeping Contest, '30,
"Her jww-.relive lrfnds its wgrmtlr to all who come
- before vt."
MARY FRANCES THOMPSON
Athletic Association: Basketball: Swimming
Team: XVilsoni:in Literary Society: Secretary Span-
ish Club, '3o: Dramatic Club: G. H. S. C.: Junior
High Editor High Times, ':g: Honor League.
"Oh, 'why should life all Iiibor-Im?"
MARY MARGARET TORRENCE
Honor League: Secretary Commercial Club, '3o:
Athletic Association: O. G. A.
"And all your fortune lifs Imneatl: your hat."
LOUISE .-XDLINE TOWLES
Vice-President Commercial Club, ,305 Critic
Typist: O. G. A.: Athletic Association: Honor
"Tha milclvsf manner nml ilm grenzllexf Ima-rt.'i
RUTH' KATHERINE TRAYLOR
Athletic Association: Honor League: O. G. A.:
Commercial Club. .
"l'1e.frmlily rzml rlzm-rfnlly asked him lum' a man
.vhoulrl kill time."
JOHN LECKRIDGE TREVEY
Spanish Cluh: Monogram Cluh: Manager Trash,
'3o: Football: Athletic Association: Crilir Stalt:
Critic-Crest Staff: Quill ond Scroll.
Do 'wrong to xzancn'
CECIL PEARL TURNER
Honor League: Girls' High School Club: Swim-
ming: Tennis: Athletic Association.
"Far may we search before we find
A heart more gentle and more kiwi."
FRANCES SEABROOK TYREE
President B2 Club, '3o: Historian B2 Club, 331:
Commercial Club: Athletic Association: Honor
Tumble me ilawn, and I will .vii
Upon my ruins snnlzuy yet,"
LOUISE IDA UN RUE
Athletic Association: Honor League: lntercluss
"All il1ii1y.v are prmribln' to rliliyerricv mul skill."
HELEN FRA NCES VAUGH N
National Honor Society: Associate Exchange
Editor Criiir, '3v: Exchange Editor Critir, '3i:
XVilsonian Literary Society: French Club: Editor
Hall of Fame Crifir-C1'e.vt,' Honor League: Athletic
"l'Vl1r1l'.v ilu' use of rushing?
Lcl ns loaf azvllilc,
l'Vafvl: ilu' olllvrzr fvnxli mul run,
ll"e'll just .ril mul .rmilz'."
NVILLIA M ALMOND XVA DE
Athletic Association: Honor League: French Club
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DORA LEE WALKER
Critic Typist, '3Ig B2 Club: Vice-President B-
Athletic Association: Honor Leagueg O. G. A.
Club, '3lg Critic-C're.st Staffg Commercial Club.
"Being happy has been her object."
MARY NELL WALTON
Honor League: Athletic Associationg O. G. A.g
"So ready to be pleasant and so kind,"
B2 Clubg Athletic Associationg Honor League.
"Gund natiwe and good sense are good campa1zion.s'."
KATHERINE MAY WARNER
Wilsouian Literary Societyg French Clulzg B2
Clubg Orchestrag Assignment Editor High Times,
,SIQ Honor Leagueg Athletic Association.
"Knowledge is Puwe-r."
L. BRADFORD WATERS
Orchestrag Hi-Yg Athletic Association.
"The pmuer of thougjit-
The magic o the mind."
MELVIN RAY VVATSON
National Honor Societyg Athletic Association:
Honor League: French Cluhg Quill and Scrollg Wil-
sonian Literary Societyg Dramatic Clubg Headline
Editor High Times, 130: Managing Editor High
"She who plant.: kindness gntlmrs love."
BERYL ELOIS WEEKLEY
"LOTS," "MISS MINNIEU
National Honor Societyg Wilsonian Literary Soci-
etyg Spanish Clubg Honor League: Vice-President
Adelphian Debating Society, '31g Secretary David
Garrick Players, '31g Girls' High School Cluhg
"Hearts of oak a-re our men."
HERBERT ARMSTRONG NVELLS, JR.
National Honor Societyg Bandg Athletic Association.
l'Tlmy are only truly great who are truly good."
MARGARET LEIGH VVEST
National Honor Societyg Honor Leagueg B2 Clulzg
Wilsonian Literary Society: Athletic Associationg
"Mfrtll, admit me of thy L'7'L"ll.'.U
MARY THELMA VVHITTEN
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Spanish Club.
"Though .rim PlU'.S'1lL' a scholarly way,
Much fun .rhe finds fro-m day to day."
DOROTHY LOUISE WILLIAMS
Lee Literary Societyg Athletic Associationg WVU-
sgniau Literary Societyg Honor Leagueg French
"A true friend is a friend forever."
MARY ERNESTINE WILMER
Commercial Clubg B2 Clubg Athletic Associationg
Honor Leagueg Glee Club.
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One of those friv11a'.r of zvhum you are sure."
GRACIE ELIZABETH XVILLI AMS
Commercial Club: Athletic Associatinng Honor
"I slzine-so does the nm."
RAYMOND EDVVARD XVILLIAMS
Hi'Yg Athletic Associationg Bandg Orchestra.
"An lmncst maui: the -nobler! work of Cod."
WILLIS MARION WILLIAMS
Honor Leagueg Spanish Club: High Times Staff:
Athletic Association: junior Baskethzillg Band.
"By the work mu' knows the worker."
EARL NVAVE VVINGO
Athletic Association: Honor League: Commercial
Cluhg Cafeteria Cashier, '31g O. G. A.g Cafeteria
"Pc1'.ve'ucrn11re z'o11q'uers all tIu'ng.v."
FRED CALVIN NVOOD
National Honor Societyg State Commercial Con-
test, '29. ,30, '3Ig Athletic Association,
"Sin1plr'ri!y in manners has an enclianting v0'ef:t."
MARTHA FRANCES VVOOD
NVilsonian Literary Societyg Honor Leagueg
Critir Staff: French Clnbg Girls' High School Club:
gn? and Scrollg Athletic Associationg Critic-Cr'r'.rt
"I prefer silent frrmlcure Io lvquaciau.r folly."
CHRISTINE JUANITA NVOODSON
Athletic Associationg Spanish Clubg Honor League.
"Kindness is her wisdom."
SARA ANN WRIGHT ,
Lee Literary Socielyq Mistress of VVarrlrobeg
Correspuniling Secretary Dramatic Club: VVilsonian
Literary Societyg Historian Girls' High School
Club: Honor Socictyg Athletic Associationg Quill
"Great tlzouglits rome from the lwartf'
MALRIE VIRGINIA NVRIGHT
'Treasurer B2 Club, 'zgg President B2 Club. '3o3
Interclass Basketlrallg -Commercial Clnlxg Honor
Leagueg Athletic Association: VVilsouian Literary
"Mtn are not to be rrxrasnred in, iurlws."
ROBERT S. R. YATES
Honor League: Athletic Associationg Vice-Presi-
dent Lee Literary Society: Treasurer VVilsonia11
Literary Societyg Business Manager David Carrick
gaaers: Adelphian Debating Society: Hi-Yg French
ln Our Album
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In the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and twenty-eight a brave band of
pioneers settled in the historic colony of Robert E. Lee. Some of the pictures
saved from this far day are faded and dim, but every album holds remembrance
of the many trials that the settlers bore. To oltset these are stirring memories
of their hrst victories over Latin and algebra and gay pictures of their fun.
As time passed, the settlers moved on to E. C. Glass, became accustomed
to the routine of work on a larger scale, and began to look around for new
fields in which to exercise their talents. Following the example of the other
settlers, they held a representative assembly, electing Jimmie VVatts, Esq., as
the first president. For the next two years, john Paul Jones, Gent., conducted
with great ability the affairs of the colony. Miniatures of these honorable
gentlemen can still be found hanging in the Hall of Memory.
The settlers were not always earnest workers. Much merry-making went
on inside the fort. Masters Edward Jones, Henry Mosby, and John Patil Jones
acted as cheerleaders for the sports. The gentlemen of the colony joined in
enthusiastically with the old members of the Hi-Y Club, of which Edward
Jones, AEsq. was chosen president.
The ladies, not to be outdone-in fact to outdo the gentlemen--joined the
Girls' High School Club and the B2 Club. The presidents of these organiza-
tions were Mistresses Jaque Loyd and Malrie Wfright, ladies of prominence in
The settlement took interest in outside activities also and enjoyed compet-
ing with the other colonies for honors. Mistress Ella Craddock one year
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brought back an honorable mention from the Latin contest conducted by the
Virginia Classical Association. Mistress Ruby Mathews, when only of the
class called Sophomore, won the typewriting contest and, as a prize, a trip to
Canada to compete in the international contest. Billy Mundy and Royston
Jester, also Sophs, earned the noble title of State Champions in Debate.
Cut upon a background of school life, dramatics stand apart from other
pleasures. Here is an interesting picture of the David Garrick Players. Henry
Mosby, as president, and Josephine Murrell, as vice-president, and many other
Seniors are in this group. VVhat a beautiful silhouette "The Road to Yester-
dayi' makes with the Seniors dressed in costumes of the Age of Elizabeth.
Next in importance are the Senior characters in the Girl-Reserve-Hi-Y play.
' . Snapshots
Here's proof that students take more interest in athletics than in anything
else-the great number of snapshot memories we all have retained of these
events in our high-school life. They center around football and the state cham-
pionship, won this year for the second time in the history of the High School.
Here we see in action the Stump brothers, two Oglesbys, Franklin, and
Le Grande. The same stars appear-T in basketball, bringing less honor, but
giving freely of their time to this interest. Much progress has been made in
track. We feel that these athletic accomplishments have done much for the
On the last pages of the album. in a stately line, lie engraved the honors
that the class of 1931 has helped to bring to the school. A
Year after year the H igh- Times and the C ritic have won recognition in
local and national contests. This year, under the leadership of members of
our class, both publications took second place in the Columbia Interscholastic
Contest. Recently the H igh Times won the Atlcmm fozmzal prize, carrying a
three-hundred-dollar scholarship to Emory University. Many members of
both staffs belong to the Senior Class.
There are many other engravings here, some small and others large, but
all valuable. We look at them long with pride, and then reluctantly close the
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Y virtue of authority vested in the undersigned testator, by deed of trust
from Heath Lewis, Esquire, in the year of Uur Lord nineteen hundred
and thirty-one t logij, I hereon set down the last XNill and Testament
of this. the present Senior Class of E. C. Class High School, Lynchburg,
Let it be known that this. and only this, is the legalized document of the said
Senior Class, bequeathing the unlimited knowledge and the priceless property of the
aforesaid Class. All other documents pertaining to said affairs are denounced as
fakes, frauds, and imitations. If perpetrators of said illegal documents are dis-
covered, they will be duly punished by live hours in Saturday School.
'This VV ill is not to go into effect without due recognition and execution by
XVill Rogers. lf any default is committed in the execution of this aforesaid VVill,
the said possessions will be duly carted away and dumped in Blackwater Creek.
The members of said Class of the above-named school and of the aforesaid
city, feeling themselves insecure on their feet, after four years of filling the void
between the ears tsome have been exposed to said knowledge for the last decadej
and being of sound, though empty, mind and unsteady memory. do hereby bequeath
to the designated heirs. their remaining and worldly possessions.
T. To the school as a whole:
1. Qui' noble abode to be used for the best advantage of forthcoming students,
2. The belated remains of our State Championship football team, also remains
of our less fortunate basketball and track teams, furthermore the directors
thereof, including: T. M. Funk, Sr., and Jr., Mr. McCue, and "Palms"
3. The right to use the library provided that one is equipped with Miss Craig-
hill's patent silencer. Said silencers will not be required of the members
of the public speaking team, since they must keep in practice.
4. The faculty, provided they do not impart too much knowledge to the
5. The privilege of going to Mr. Davis' private school on Saturdays, provided
that a permit from Mr. Isley is presented.
II. To the faculty:
I, The remaining students. providing the faculty allows them full use of water
fountains and hall radiators.
2. To Mr. Lewis, a megaphone so that from his present classroom he may
teach history at Garland-Rodes.
3. To Mr. Mcl,aurin, a game of Lotto. provided he doesn't take up school
time playing it.
4. To Miss Lldmunds, a pair of roller skates to patrol the halls thereon.
Ill. To the students:
I. To Mr. lsley's mathematics students one l lj adding machine in order that,
hereafter. they may not be bothered in adding up their checks.
2. liar mulls for all students on the third floor.
3. The privilege of having a lire drill. in case there isn't a lire.
4. The right to hang coats in the cloak rooms, provided they have a stamped
permit from the Student Health Committee, also provided no excess speech
is used en route. '
IV. Special bequests:
I. George "Gumbo" Robeson wills his spelling ability to john Roberson.
2. Melvin NVatson wills his meeliuess to T. C. Moseley.
3. Dwight Rivers wills his power over the ladies to Harry Skelton.
4. Robert "Flibby-Jibby" Yates wills his size to lack Moseley.
3. Liza Mount wills to llerlcins Morton the exclusive right to vamp any of
the male members of the faculty.
Thus, in presence of witnesses. 'l hereby duly ascribe and afhx my signature
to this Nlfill, on this day, the lirst of llilay, in the year ot Qui' Lord, nineteen hun-
dred and thirty-one tI931j.
I'.lENRY S. Coesuvs, Tcslaror.
YVITNIISS with this address and title:
jacquelin Marshal Meredith Robeson, Fox-eyed Guardian of the 'l'hird Pas-
sage Portals. Champion of The Folding Newspaper, and Professor of the XfVZl.tCl'
Bucket. Residing at home.
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JOHN NICFADDEN ......., .........., I f'lC6-P7'6Sfd671-f
SAM SCRUGGS ,......,.A....... ,....,......,,..... T 1fe'a,y1n'er
RALPH SPRINKLE ...................,.......A,,....... .,,.,,.. Secremry
HAZEL VVRIGHT, EDNA VVOOD ...........,......,......,......................................,...........,...,,.,,.A.........,,, Typing
The class of ,152 having passed through many ups and downs, as sopho-
mores, Hnally emerged victorious, bearing the hard-won title of juniors. Even
if the year 1929-'30 had been a period of failures and hard-times in the busi-
ness world, to this class .it had been marked by varied and notable achievements:
for they had been ably represented in all student organizations and on both
publications of the school. This success was carried over and expanded in
their Junior year 1930-31.
On the championship football team were the following Juniors: Gray
Hawkins, captaing Ralph Sprinkle, fullback: John McFadden, star quarter-
backg John Leys, halfbackg and Ned Le Grande, guard. Ned will be captain
of next year's team.
In track they have been represented by john Leys, Sam Scruggs, Ralph
Sprinkle, and Jimmy Hutter, 'who have done outstanding' work in this field.
In literary work they! Have been equally prominent. Harry Hamlette,
Goldie Cohen and Charlie VV ood have served as valuable members of the H iglz
Times Staff this year. Ralph Sprinkle, prominent in athletics and member of
the debating team, has been chosen editor-in-chief of the C ritic for next yearg
and John Eure, school champion in public reading, as managing editor. Belle
Morton participated as third-year representative in the Latin Tournament this
We expect the junior class to continue its successful progress through its
Senior year and 1932 to wave "good-bye" to ole L. H. S. from the very top
rung of the ladder.
Vt The CRITIC,-CREST
' Sophomore Class
'XVILLIAM W EST ................ .,,............ P resident
FIENRIETTA BARKER ........, ....,,.... I "ice-President
fXNNE LEE HINNANT ..A..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S gcrgfary
DAN GPPLEMAN ..AAAA....... .,........ f lssisfmif SCC1'6'ffU':V
EVERETTE LONG .......,A .........,,.,,..........,..... T mis-mer
GORDON SABINE ......A...............,.........................,.v...........................,.......,,.,............ As.vz'.rfanf T7'UUSllI'C7'
Though a part of our class has just entered Senior High, we find ourselves
much interested and involved in the activities of the school. VV'e are proud
of the fact that, for two months during the' fall term, a Sophomore room won
the Honor Society cup, given to the class having the largest number on the
Honor Roll. Besides making good scholastic records, many members of the
class have entered into other branches of school life.
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On the High Ti7lIC.T staff, we are represented by Gordon Sabine, star re-
porterg Wfilliam XVeSt, bool: review eclitorg .Everett Long, joke editor: and
many others. Lula Fonrqurean submitted the best ending for the unfinished
Cr-if-ic story, while other Sophoniores have also contributed material for the
newspaper and for the magazine.
On the debating team, Williaiii West shows great ability as a speaker.
I-le has also won local and state prizes in essay and editorial writing.
Warren Sublett has made touchdowns for us: Morris Haas has made
goals: hvllllillll Xhfest has managed our tennis balls and racquets: while George
Craft and "Dinh" Scruggs have burnt up the track field.
Thus. as we look back over the year, we feel that, although we have not
been here long, we have made a good beginning.
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Only rr fmrjvlc lilac lmxlz
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But tlzv IIUUFZI-X' sfcvUl'f1Lc.9,v
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Lilacs, lilmxv, j.'ll.Vl IIllf.YlIlU 'lllj' door.
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-MARTITIX LIGON, '3 I
ELIZABl5T1'I S'1'E1fTo1z, '31
TANDING in 'front of the nursery window, little Loretta looked toward
the evening star. Then she lisped:
" 'Tar light, 'tar bright,
Iiirs' 'tar I see tonight,
I wish I may, I wish I might
Have the wish I wish tonight.
"Make Mama 'n Daddy happy, 'tar. .Xnd please make that bad 'ittle boy
jimmy 'top teasing me."
She looked at the star earnestly, threw a kiss to it. Then as she recalled
the rest of the rhyme Nurse Mary had taught her. "Touch blue and 'twill come
true," she made a dive for her bed, touching the blue coverlet with all the faith
of her four years.
"Loretta," called Mrs. Farsans. "arent you asleep yet ?"
"Yes, llliliillll. I sleep. 'Night, Mums."
At sixteen, Loretta was the acknowledged adorer of the "bad little boy,'
Jimmy. Instead of wishing him reformed, she now whispered, "Please, star,
let Jimmy pass all his exams. Then' he'll be happy." Under her breath she
added, "And so will I." She threw a kiss to the star, touched the blue draper-
ies, turned and walked thoughtfully back to her bed. just suppose Jimmy
didn't pass everything: then his family wouldn't give him the roadster they'd
promised him for graduation.
But .Iimmy did pass, and he took Loretta for the lirst ride in his C2111
Then jimmy went olff to college. "O star, let Jimmy ask me to all the
dancesf, Jimmy did.
Years later, when Loretta and .linuny had each found a place in the busi-
ness world, Loretta looked at the lirst star through her heavily draped window.
"My wish, star, is terribly important. Please let ,linimy propose tonight.
Then when I find he really does care-Oh, star, make me sure that I love
Jimmy and that he loves me." She touched the blue in the curtains with the
same faith at twenty-four that she had had at four.
"What a queer wish !" said .lean as she took off her hat and Hung it across
the room to a chair. "Forgive me: I couldn't help hearing those last words.
By the way, when's Jimmy coming?" She settled herself in a large chair.
,lean looked at her watch. "Only lifteen more minutes then. Yoirrl bet-
ter hurry, or you'll l1e late. kfvitllt me to let him in and talk to him till you're
jimmy came proinlmtly at eight-thirty.
"Listen, jimmy," 'lean exlmloclecl, "l'ye got to get this off my ininfl before
were interrnptetl. lf you want Retta, you'1l better grab her qniekly. She
macle a rather unusual wish tonight. No, that's all l can tell yon. llere she
Lorettas wish workecl. Six months later, hlean was her 111Zlltl of honor.
".li1n1ny. it's l,i'l .lim l" l,oretta woke hinl clnring the night. "Hes sick.
Get a doctor."
The 1loct11r pronounced one worcl, HPIlCLll1lQ1llZl.H
"l.i'l -llllll Our baby! Oh, gliinrny, it ean't be true l" .Xml Loretta ran to
the erib ancl placed her cool hancl on the hot little face. The bright blue eyes
were now clnllecl with fever, the soft brown curls clisorclered with restless
Fire nights later Loretta stoocl by the winrlow waiting, waiting. Some-
thing twinklecl in the clark sky.
"Oh, star! l.et Li'l -lim get well." Her wish became a prayer. "God,
please let everything turn out all right."
But that night "Li'l lim" went to join the angels.
And .l.oretta's faith in stars was lost.
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The CRITIC-CREST 1
On El Rt-:ting Mom
.IAQUIQLIN Lovin, '31
ODAY the rain came. Not the soothing haze that mists one's hair,
but a monotonous deluge sounding in uniform cadence upon the
roofs. The whole world seems in a conspiracy of depressing silence,
broken only by the incessant beating of the rain.
Muddy puddles lurk dangerously to trap the hurrying feet and to splash
at the silken hose carelessly exposed by their owner, so busily engaged in holding
coat and books together. One Flying foot after another ascends the rain-swept
steps-then each vanishes into the void of the building. Here the dusky
warmth of crowded halls brings at once a comfort by contrast and a wild and
In disordered cloak rooms dripping coats pile on dripping coats. :X well-
soaked hat. slung carelessly overhead, sends a little trickle of water over the
edge of the crowded shelves and an occasional drip-drip upon the unfortunate
slicker below. ln a shadowed corner, a few antiquated umbrellas lean sadly
against the wall. one streaming its individual puddle into an unlucky golosh.
A disarranged pile of vari-typed rain-boots and the now almost extinct rubber
overshoes strew the middle of the Floor.
Somewhere through the length and the din of crowded corridors a bell
rings. .lust a bell: and yet, there is a tlurry of flying footsteps, a straight and
deserted hallway, with many, many footprints.
And outside-the rain.
Plaqinq the Game
:XR was not at all what Barry had hoped it would be. There was
too much mud, there were too many rats in the trenches. and too
many cherished illusions crashing about him. lflis God of XVar.
in .Xl11Cl'lCZl, had been a clean colossus of the upper regions who
rode a thundering steed and flashed a shimmering sword as he led his invinc-
ibles to victory. But now he knew better. This God of XVar. with his feet of
clay, had fallen. just as so many others among his childhood fancies had been
liarry Spencer. sheltered as a child by his indulgent parents, had not been
allowed to gaze upon unpleasant truths. lile had never seen the ugly side of
li fe. where people killed each other for a price. where honor was unknown. and
might meant right. And now, as he faced the bare truth in company with men,
not gentlemen of convention, but animals of instinct, he was lost. But he
admitted this to no one: and while in training, he had learned to swagger and
curse just as well as the top sergeant, a hard-boiled Eastsider of lrish descent.
Toinorrow morning would be his first experience under fire. lVould he
quake and tremble and fall prone upon his belly in some shell hole, and lie there
trying to grovel his way into Mother liarth? Or would he charge to the last
trench with these veterans who stumbled about him with apparent unconcern
as he lay huddled in his muddy hole on the side of the trench. He felt that he
could pull his belt just a little tighter, clamber over the brink of the trench,
wade into that unknown hell with the rest. and stand the worst of it, even death
-if only it were not all so morbid, so drab, so different from what he had
lt is one thing for a man to go forth on a familiar gridiron amid the blar-
ing of bands and the cheers of a grandstaud. lt is quite another thing for him
to squirm over the sandbags on the parapet and stumble over the dead and
dying into the dark and foggy morn, with only their glassy eyes to follow him
to an inglorious end. He wondered how he would get through with it. I-le'd
soon know now. -
lt began to grow a little lighter in the east. The attack was set for sunrise.
Barry began to lidget as the sergeant took his stand by the trench ladder,
glancing at his watch momentarily. His expression was stoical enough, but
Barry could but notice a twitching at the corners of his mouth. All was quiet
save for the muljded sound made by some doubtful private inspecting the secur-
ity of his bayonet attachment or the safety lock of his automatic.
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That was the trouble, it was too quiet, it was stifling, deadly, ominous.
Barry felt that his nerves would snap if something didn't happen. lt would be
a relief to get over the sandbags into the fray. To hear the deadly whine of
bullets about his ears would be preferable to standing there waiting, dreading,
imagining the horrors that would happen out there.
At last the sergeant blew sharply on his whistle, waved his arm toward the
German trenches, and scrambled over the top. In a daze Barry followed. He
advanced live, li fteen, twenty-five yards in a zigzag fashion reminding him of
the broken held running that had made him famous in his college days.
Suddenly the top sergeant dived into a gaping shell hole. beckoning his men
to follow. W7 hen what was left of Barry's squad lay prostrate in the shell hole,
the sergeant shouted above the roar and din that he had discovered the location
of a machine gun nest that was raking the right Hank of the advance unmer-
cifully. Further progress was impossible until this nest was cleaned out. He
asked for a volunteer.
Barry was the first to crawl forward, The sergeant rammed two hand
grenades into Barry's pouch and gave him explicit instructions as to the location
of the nest. Then over he went, twisting, twirling, reversing his held, ever
onward toward the goal. He was playing the game again, and his face was
lighted with a queer sort of smile. Suddenly he realized that he was only a
short distance from his objectiveg he could see the spurt of Hame and the
recoil of the German Maxim gun. He fumbled in his pouch for a grenade,
pulled the pin, and drew back as if to hurl a long forward pass. The receiver
seemed to be waiting with open arms. Just as he let the "ball" Hy from his
hand, he felt something fiery-hot rip his abdomen: he stumbled. As Barry went
down, the machine-gun nest went up. He had cleared the way.
As his buddies scurried by, one stopped beside him. lt was the hard-boiled
Eastsider. He knelt, a tear coursing down his scarred cheek. "Buddy," he
said, "you're a man's man." "Thanks," gasped Barry, his voice sinking, "this
isn't such a bad war after all-if they'llionly-let you play-the game-your
-I' 'I' el'
People are like little mixes
Mazzy-t'olo1't'cl mm' f'c11f-ierl in slzapv.
Souza arf' tall and slim mul I7I'Z'glIf.,'
Oflzmfs, dull lyrotwi and flat..
I am lwiglzvf blue mul Slll00flllj' mzmd,
Aim' I lzolcl tlze faint, jwerfllilled fvclals
Of past lzapjvy l10111's.
-lXflARTtlA LIGON, '31.
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The szrnlcss sea wlzffvs in and c1'ea11'1,5
Upon flm dark, forbidden .vlzore
l'I"l1c'1'c Svylln and Clmryludis hold their S'ZL'fIj',
OJ' laslzus frwd-.vf1'c1c'1z zvnzws In .vvorc
The grazzzffc Cliffs that IIUTTI' fClI0'ZC' flzc dc1j'.
The m1l1IJc1'.s' fojvplv into ,vf1affu1'1'11g light,
O1' Curl and dance ufvmz, thc SHYTIIKII.
Flivzgzfng their f1'0l'!1, ujum the szmlzff. mlzbcr slzore,
:l1'l 1'111fz7s sjv1'cf11ix hw' s1'l'zfc1' 'wake at mfglzvt,
Snoflzmg the 1'mtIc.v.v tides witla fvnder lzmzd,
And 171115 fo sleepy 771-'1H'71LHl3 nflzgry b1'eaka1's' roar.
-J. P. JONES, JR., '31
The Sonq of the Open Road
V1nt:1N1A IQILEYI, '32
I-IE road is a siren calling to me in honeyed words to forget my
family, my home, and my country, to come and follow her. Ulysses
stopped the ears of his men with wax: but I-I have no wax, so with
Ulysses l must strain at the mast, yearning to follow her beck. I am
afraid that some day my bonds will burst. Then I shall be lost.
'l'he road. gleaming and curving in the morning light, holds a promise of
things to come. lt is like a stream that winds past strange new scenes. X-Vould
that l might dance to the top of the hill, to see what lies beyond. Then I would
press on, content to follow where the path might lead. Sometimes I would
stop by a cool stream and dabble my lingers in its crystal water, and listen to its
cheerful gurgling, and try to make out what it says. Sometimes I would play
in a green meadow where dandelions grow and little lambs frislc about on
their ridiculous legs. But I would not linger there long: for the road would
call and I'd obey, ever seeking what lay beyond.
I would meet strangers on my way, but I would not pass afar off. Wie
would be friends: and when they had gone on, l would be the richer for our
friendship. Maybe I'd meet a little girl with golden curls and sunny smile: a
youth with head held high and eyes in which one might glimpse visionsg a
wrinkled old woman, with a youthful note yet left in her laugh. Maybe, yes,
maybe, I'd meet someone who was also a 'follower of the open road. We would
hail one another gladly and continue our way together, rejoicing in our mutual
understanding. VVe would together hold our breath at the sight of a crimson
sunset: laugh together over the play fulness of a stray kitten: and together press
on. until at last our ways must part. I would go on without him, yet his spirit
would be with me.
I would-but what's the use? I wouldnt Oh! The music is sweet, it
calls me: but the ties are strong. I wish I could dance to the top of the hill.
Hajajvzfly 'iglZ0l'CUlf of clmsms
That arc to be Crossed-
Adcfvt in the art of blujjfng
Filli-ng their hows with deeds
To litre in nzcfmory forczfer-
--.NIARTHA VVOOD, ,SI
The CRITIC-CREST I
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National Honor Societq
WILLIAM S. MUNDY, JR ........ .....,.,..,.,.,.,..,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, P 1 -ggidem
JOSEPHINE MUIIRELL .,........ ......., L fire-P1-egidgi-if
LOUISE JENNINGS ........ ..........., S ecretary
VERNON GILES ,..,....,........,................................. L .........,,.,..,............................................................. T1-easiww
The purpose of the National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to
stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the
students of American secondary schools. The membership is selected by the faculty on the
basis of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Election to the National Honor
Society is the greatest honor that a high-school pupil may achieve.
PEARL COOPER f
ELIZABETH DU N NTNGTON
M ABEL FOSTER
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Quill and Scroll
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FOR HIGH-SCHOOL JOURNALISTS
WILLIAM S. MUNDY, JR ...,...... ........................ .,,,,,,,,,.,,,. P I -widen:
BEN PURYEAR .....v................ ................ I fice-President
JOSEPHINE MURRELL ,.... l. . ....,..................... .......... S ecretaffy-Tvfeamrer
VIRGINIA AMONETTE J, P. JONES
LEO CLAY JAQUE LOYD
HENRY COUSINS MINNIE NIAYS
EMILY DAVIS VIRGINIA RILEY
ROBERT EVANS ELIZABETH STEPTOE
JOHN EURE JOHN TREVEY
NIADELINE HARIAKER MELVIN 'WATSON
GARLAND HAM NER MARTHA WOOD
BERNICE H'IPPERT ANN XIVRIGHT
The Critic and CriticHCrc-:st
The Critic Stajf
WILLIAIII MUNDY, JR ........, ........,.............................,....,..........,.......... E ditor-in-Chief
I. P. JONES .........,..................,,.............. ....... f issistant Editor'-'in-Clziej:
ELIZABETH STEPTOE .........' . ...................... ....,......,..........., L 'itorary Editor
ROBERT EVANS' ELLA CRADDOCK Z ....... ......... A ssistant Literary Editorx
HENRY COUSINS, VIRGINIA RILEYS .
JAQUELIN LOYD .................................... ........................ P oetry Editor
:EMILY DAVIS, IUDITII STOVALL ......... ...... I Llssistant Poetry Editors
BETTY SCOTT ,...........,..................,......., ..............,....... B ooleshelf Editor
MARTIIA LIGON, MARGARET PECK ....., ..,.... 1 4ssis1a-nt Bookshelf Editors
GEORGE ORCHARD .............................. ......................I... If Ilzmzm' Editor
MARTHA Woon .....,... ...... ....... A s sistant Alzmmi Editor
JACK DAVIS .........,.. ..,.................... P fum-or Editor
BERNARD REAMS ....,...................,..........,. ,...... I -isxistazzt Humor Editor
HEI,EN VAUGHN ...,.,.....,....,....,.,.............,.. .........,............ E .vchange Editor
BERNICE HII'I'ERTV, IQEBECCA MARTIN ...,.... ,..,,...,. . flssistatrtt E.1'C1lllllg8 Editors
NIADELINE HARIIAKER .....,..........,............... ....,.... , ...,..,....... I Magic M'irror Editor
CLAIRE ALVIS ...,..........,.,,.....,..,.,............, Assistcuzt .Magic .Mirror Editor
RALPH SPRINKLE ........,................. .........,.......................... A rt Editor
KATHERINE PARTLOW .............,.,,.,... ......... ...,.. A . Ssistant Art Editor
The CritIcfCrest Stajf
VVILLIAM S. IVIUNDY,
JOHN PAUL JONES, JR .....,... .
ELIZABETH STEPTOE ...,......
JUDITI-I STOVALL ,.A........
NIARTHA LIGON .........
JOHN TREVEY A
ELLA CRAOIJOCK J
MARGARET PECK L
FRANCES SCHEWEL --
LOUISE JENNINGS 1
ROIZERT EVANS ............
JOHN PAUL JONES, JR
JAQUE LOYD J
HENRY COUSINS ..,....
MARTHA WOOD .....,.,
BERNICE I'IIPPER'1' .,.,.
GEORGE ORCHARD ......,
JOSEPHINE NIURREIJ ,..,...
VERNON I'IENKEL .,..,....
RALPH SPRINKLE ....,.
E flfitor-17-W Chief
Assistant E dzftor-in-C hief
......Assistant Literary Editor
...,...4B Class Editors
Clubs and Orgazzizations
.......S0tIi0l' Class Historians
,.....SCtli0t' Class Testator
..........fZt'lLti0I' Class Editor
,.50f7lI01II01'6' Class Editor
......Boys' Athletic Editor
..,.....Cirls! Athletic Editor
Business SMH of Critic and Critic-JCres'I ,
ALEX THOMPSON .....,...,....,,.,.,........,..,..........,..................................... Iizlsiness Manager
MAGGIE IVICCRAXV ....................,..........................................., -lssislaul Bifsiaess Manager
MURRAY CLELANDV, JOI-IN PFREVY, IEIENRY NIOSBY ..,................... Cirf'1zlat-ion Managers
RUBY NIA'1'I'1EVVS ,,...........,..,.....,.............,....,.............,...,..........,....... Manager of Typists
IXVERILLE BERSCH ....,.......
Assistant lwrfltlflgw' of Typists
SARAH EVANS ..,........... ..T........,..V.,...........,.......,.,I.. ........ C 0 rrespozident
JAMES LIANCOCKI, CLUNET PETTYJOHN, JOHN EURE, JACK DAVIS
IXQRS. EURE, MISS PAYNE ......,..,.,...,..,..........,...........,...... ...... L ite-rary
MR. ISLEY .......,....,,..,..l..,...., ......,.. ,.....,..................,.............,.... B 1 tsiness
,Ml I vi IJ:
High Times Staff
GARLAND IJAMNIER .......... . ........,.........,.......,.............. . ..... ...............,,...... , ...A.......................,..,......
NIELVIN WATSON ...........,,..,. ..... ....,.........,,.................... , ........,.. ...,................. ........ . .....................,.....,. .... . ,
BEN PURYEAR, PEARL COOPER,
KATIIIERKNE WARNER I
BILL WII.I.IIAhlS I """"'
IVIARIE CoS1'AN .......
BLUAIA FINKEL I
SARAH LOCKETTS " """
SALLIE PERROXV .......,.
EVERETTE LONG I
EARL JORDAN I """'
BEIINICII SANDIIIGI: .........
GENEVA WILEY I
DOIIOTIIY MASON I """'
NAOMI CARTER ....
VIRGINIA AIIONE'r'I'Ic, PIARRY HAIIILIQTTII, GOLIIII: COHEN ...... ..
. .... ....Assig1Imcnts
,. ....,,.,... Exchanges
DAN O1vpLEMAN ,...Av,,,,,,,,,, . ..........., Q ...... F E'l:lilll'e' 1'V7if6f
VERNDN GILES ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 4,,, ....,.,.. C 1 ruulatzng Illanager
JO MUIUUSLL I ,4.Y,A. .,..... A Lf'Z'L'I'fI'Si7lg Jllalzagery
FRANCES SCIIEWEL I
EMU- WING0 I 4, ,,,,, ....,. B usiness M'a'nagers
GIIACIIQ WILLIAMS I ,
WILLIAM NVIISI' ............ ----'---,-------------- -----'-- B 0 Uk Review!
VINCENT Kxsnsnv, MAIIJORII2 AGEE, Rucrusn OGLIQSIIY, ALEX THOMPSON, CLARA NIASON, CLARA PHELPS
MISS TALBOT --,,v.4.'.,-v.,,A,,--,w,-,-, ,v,,Y,,,,,,,, A ,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A4 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,.,,.,. ..,..,.,,.............,........ F I 1 culty Advisers
MR. ISLEY '
F A LI. TIER M
RIEN RY MOSEY ...........
JOSEIDIIINE MURRELL. ......
GEORGE ORCHARD ....,,..
LOIS VVEEKLEY ......
FRANK PERKINS .......
C, H. HINNANT
TOM MARTIN ""
FRA NCES Sc I-I EVVIEL ........
ELIZAEET II STEPTOE
David Qarrick Pl.-Iqc-:rs
, .......... Rcfordzng Secretary ..,..... .
......B1IsiIIess Ma.mIge1'x .... ..
......l1l'iSf1'L'.Y.Y of U7t1rd1'nbc......
C IIARLUTTE MA RTI N
MIXIlAI.INE MLICALTSLRNND BILLY WILIQINSON
,IENNIE MAE RIPLEY
I, P. JONES
K C. I-I. HINNANT
"nl ROBERT YATES
S ED. JONES
I TOM MARTIN
HARRY SKELTON '
"THE ROAD TO YESTERDAY"
Senior Class Plaq
Mfill Levesolfz ......... .,............... ....... H E NRY Mossy
Moleua Lezzcsozrz ........ ........ IV IARTHA LIGON
Eleanor Leveson ......... .............. E LIZA MOUNT
Jock Grea,foro.r .......,,....... ....,.....,... F RANK PERKINS
Elspeth Tyrrell .......Y.,......... .......... A LICE BLANKINSHIP
Captain Kenelm Paulfou ....... ...,.............. B EN PURYEAR
Harriet Phelpx ....,....,...... ......... I OSEPI-IINE MURRELL
Adrian Tompkins ........ ........,........ R OBERT YATES
Dolly Foulris .....,.... .............. L UCILE HINES
Norah Gillow ........ ....,.,.. A NNE WRIGHT
Hubert ................ ......... R OBERT EVANS
Mat ........ A ................. EARL CLARK
Wat ........... ............. I OHN B'ICHENRX'
Retainer ....... ......,.......,.,..................,...,..........,.......v......... C . H. HINNANT, JR.
MRS. H. T. NICHOLAS, Director
lllilsonian Literarq Societq
LUCY IQERR ........,...
C. H. HINNAN1' ......
NED FOURQUREAN .....
MARGARET XM EST
Adc-:lphian Debating Societq
VVILLIAIII VVEST ....,.,, .A...................... ............. P 1 'fsidczzt
JOHN QEURIZU' ,,..,,. ....... I 71750-Plnridclvri
IXALI II SI RINKLE ..,.., ........... S' ecrctary
LOLISI' JI NNINGS ....... ....... T 7'ClZSlH'Cl'
VV ILLIAAI NIUNDY
v A , X
ALFRED BISHOP ....,......., ..,......,A..,,,,..,,, 4,,,,, 1 g ggdgnf
T VIRGINIA ARIONETTE ....,.. ,,,,,, V Mg P1 ggdgnf
MARGARET PECK ........... ,,,, 5 0C10fg1qv
I ELLA CRA-DDOCK ,...... .....,................,..,.... . , T1 camp C1
VVILLIAM CANTIERI CHARLOTTA MARTIN
MARTIN BROWN VIRGINIA RILEY
VERNON GILES MARTHA WVOOD
IQOBERT EVANS NIINNIE JOHNSON
J GEORGE ROBESON BEN PURYEAR
J J. P. JONES MARTHA VVOOD
J RUSSELL DABNEY BEATRICE XMOLFF
DWIGHT RIVERS CLAIRE ALVIS
JOSEPHINE ATKINSON SALLIE NIATTHEVVS
DOROTHY VVILLIAMS SALLIE COSBY
NANCY GILLESPIE NIILDRED SCOTT I
FRANCES ANDERSON CRENSI-IAW JONES
ROBERT Y ATES ALMOND XKVADE
- BRADFORD WATERS
' I S0 il
GEORCE ORCHARD ...... .............,............ ....,.. P 1 vsldelzf
LO1s WrE1cLEx '...... ....... I fzce P1 FSldGIlf
JANII E LINDSAY ........... ,, Scwetafy
WINSTON PADOETT ........ .........v,......,........ . . F1 cczsmfm
NIED F OURQUREAN
.NELLIE JOH NS
MARGARET VV EST
The CRITIC CREST
WILBUR LINDSAY .....,..... .........., P 7'U.S'idL"lIf .........
ELEANOR BONDURANT ...... ,...,. I f'ice-President .......
MARGARET TORRENCE .......
DORIS NEISTER ...,........
PAUL JENNINGS I
W. C. STONE S
ELEANOR COCI-IRAN .... Q:
J. B. NASE
S e1'gemzt-af-Arms ........
1 EUGENE WALKER
EDWARD JONES .....
VERNON GILES .....A..
GARLAND HAMNER ....
HENRY MOSBX' ,,....,,,
RALPI-I SPRINKLE ..,..
C. H. LIINNANT
FRED M CVVANE
J. P. JONES
MALRII: NVRIGHT ....... .......................,..... ,,,,,,,,,.,,,, P 1 -Us-id!-,ff
DORA VVALKER ,.....-.......- .,..... I "'icc-Plmnvidcni
JULIA VVORTHINGTON ....., .......,.,,,... 9 at-rf-mry
Dems SMITH ............... ...,,,, T 1-M5111-fe 1-
FRANCES TYREE ..v..........................,...................,.........,.....,.......v....v............................,....... ,.......... F Iistoriarz
The Vagabonds, better known as the Be Square Club of Girl Reserves, have chosen as
their theme this motto: "To carry other girls with us to the Palace Beautiful."
The Vagabonds have added many new members to their tribe. Interesting features all
through the year have helped carry out our purpose "to make lighter the burdens of others."
Girls' High School Club
VIRGINIIX IQILEY ................. ............ P resident ............., ...........,, I AQUIQLIN Lovn
h1ADELINE HAIxI.fxI4IaR ....... ....... I fice-P1'csI'de11-I ......... ,............. E LMA Cotmmn
BILLIE XNILQKINSON ........ ,..,..... S ecretafry ........... ......... l ZIILLIE NVII,IcINsoN
HALLII-3 CLAIBORNE ,.,....,,.,................................. Tl'CU5llJ'EI' ....... .,..............,. I 0 MUIQIQIQIJ,
NANCY DABNEY ................,,,............................... Historian. ............ ,...... .....,v........................... 1 X NNI5 XVRIGIII'
As the spider creates his web of a single thread, weaving an intricate pattern of lacy
design, so we, the G. H. S. C.. have tmited the membership in bonds of service to design a
single web-beautiful. Individual contribution has been stressed. NVQ have found new threads
aIId have woven them into a web of many colors,
Girls' C366 Club
H AZIEL N O Rvl-:LL
ZELMA XV ITT
FRED P. HALE, Director
JAMES LEWIS '
R. C. WILLIAMS
FRED P. HALE, Dwlrecto-1'
C ornefs and TVLl1l1'f7CfS.'
SCI-.1'0f7110 nes :
R. E. WILLIAMS
FRED P. HALE, D-ireflo
EQIIQNWOK mn emma
MMM M' ,Ei
J?Z ,WZZW C?'Z,,,1?
W1gMfF'W0fQpb C3f,ffMY4- JDM ,M
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The CRITIC CREST
Reading from left ta right: AcKiaRL15x'g RUQKERQ Eixmzsg SUBLETTQ MCFADDENQ FRANKLINQ CoLI5MANg
OGLESBY, W.g STUMP, R.g LEGRAND, N.: HAWKINS, G.g Srxzvxausg Srnmxueg Luvsg BAM-:sxc. Kneeling:
MARTIN, R.g I-Iousaug Biuuussfxg IQULPQ Kizmzg Scnuuos, S.g FLIPPINQ BRADLEY? Tnzvnv, J.g NIARTIN, D.3
Rosnusoivg HZAVVKINS, D.g STUIWIP, A.g Buowng CAP1'sg HUTTER. .S'tam'ling: I'IlLL CAssist:mt Cuachbg Dixvlsg
Moorzg VVOODQ BIARSIIALLQ HMS, M.g Bmzwmg SPENSERQ IYIOSELEY, T. C.g NV1Inng IIENKELQ LEGRANDE, L.g
COLEMAN, A.g Nmxsiwg Sckurms, F4 PETERSQ 'REVELYQ HAMMILRSTROMQ MR. T. M. FUNK CI-lead Cuachb.
Uirqinia State Champion Football Tc-:amf-1930
L. H. S ...... .... 3 I Clifton Forge High... .,.. 6
L. H. S ...... .... 6 0 Covington High ....,.. ,... 0
L. S ...... ..... 4 5 Lexington High .......... 7
L. H. S .,,,,, .... 6 o Charlottesville High ....,. .,... o
L, H, S ,,,,,, .. 6 Salem High .......................... . 0
L. H. S ...... ..... I 9 Hampclen-Sydney F1-osh ...... ,... 0
L, H, S ,,,,., ...., 5 2 Danville High ........................ .... o
L, H, S ,,,,,, ..... I 9 Virginia Episcopal School .,..... .... I 3
L, I-I, S ,,,,,, ..... I 2 Roanoke High ......,...... ' ..,...... .... 0
L. H. S ...... ..... I 3 Newport News High ......... . 6
L. H. S ...... ..... 3 8 High Point, N. C., High ...... .... I 3
L, H, S ...... ..... I 6 Norfolk High ...... .......... .... 2 o
Front Row fl'l?lll1I.ll!l In-ft to riyhtl: STEVENS: Hzmsg FRANliLINQ STUMP, A.g STUMP,4 R. Second Row:
EADESQ FREEMAN, T.g Sckurzos, S.g Hurrlmg SUBLET-r. Third Row: Cofxcu FUNKg L. H. McCuIsp
Basketball Tc-zatn, 1930-31
L. H, S ,.,.,.,,... ........ 4 3 Hahfax .................. .,,,. 4
L. H. S .........,. ........ I 8 South Boston ........ ..... 9
L. H. S ,.......... ........ 4 6 Lexington ........... ......... 7
L. H. S ......,.... ........ I 6 Hargrave ....... ......... 2 6
XL. H. S ........... ........ 2 4 Salem ............... ..... 1 4
L. H. S ........... ........ 4 3 R.-M. A .......... ......... I 3
+L. H. S ........... ........ I 8 Danville ......... .......,. 2 2
L. H. S ........... .,...... 3 I Episcopal ....... ..... I 6
L. H. S ........... ........ 2 6 Roanoke ..... ..... I 4
L. H. S ........... ........ 4 3 R.-M. A .......... ..... I 3
'fL. H. S ........... ........ I 9 Salem ......... ......... 2 3
L, H. S ........... ........ 4 0 Hargrave ....... ..... I 3
f"L. H. S ................., ........ I 5 Danville .......... ..... . . ..... II
fl... H, S ....................., .,.......... 2 I Roanoke ............................ ........,... 2 4
L. H. S .,...,. ........ 4 03 Opponents ....... ......... 2 og
Sitting Kfrum left ta rightl: Scuuuus, D.3 CRAxf'rg LINDSIEY, 13.3 SCRUGGS, S.g COUSINSQ IIUTTERQ Lays.
Second Row: Pnxlag Rmmsg MARTIN, R.g GOOUENQ L,xw5oNg Bnooxs, W.g XVILLIAMS, L.g Mu. T. M.
FUNK CCUHCIIDQ Mn. MCCUE Clraculty Adviserbg I-IANM., C.g Jmvrmsowg AculauLm'g Pu'r'rx'JouNg Oucunmq
L. H. S ....... .,..,... 4 9 HH1'g1'HX'6 .,,.., ........ 6 8
L, H, S. ,..,,. .,...... 4 5 Roanoke ...... , ...,... 4Q
L. H. S .....,. ..........,...........,.. . .. ........... 62 R.-M. A ...... ....... .....,,. 5
E-tate Meet ...,. ..,......... ,....... ......... ....... 2 0
The CRITIC-CREST I
ALVIN S'r15P1112Ns .........
QXUTII UR STUMP ,.....A....
JOHN Llsvs ,.,.............
M CXVANE, F.
M EM BERS
PIAXVKINS, G. CRAFT, G.
I'IUTTER, J. FLIPPINU, G.
SCRUGGS, S. JOHNSON, NV.
O STUMPV, R.
MARGARET VV OOD
BETH VV EST
Dolleq Ball Team
ELSIE CLAIR COX
ELSIE CLAIR COX
E. P. Nl P 'd l J. D. OWEN, V' -P id l J C hi
O. B. B , V' -P 'd l j. L. JONES, Assist l C h'
I-I T N V' P 'I j. L. NICHOLA A I lC I1
Three Per Centl and Safety
Eight Million Dollars
we O1d,Big, STRONG Bank
.fl D I'ljl1'7'lNIJ.IlIJXTN
HEATING CONTRACTORS AND ENGINEERS
i , v u
208 FIFTH STREET i LYNCHBURG, VA.
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
Servant: "The liingk executioner says he has an execution tonight and can't
come to your party."
PVIIICCSSI MAH right. let him go hang."
MARINELLO SHOP WE NEED YOUR HEAD
207 Eighth si. Phone 607 IN OUR BUSINESS
"AA Beauty Aid for Every Needn ' tg .
. We specialize in Permanent Waving
PC"n'a'f9'LrmaW5x,fng . Beauty Culture by Expert Operators
F 'z if 5 1 T iff .
am an g'i,fn.,.ifi.Qn.n5' Shea.rcI's Han' Shoppe
Mff"'2f'!1gT. . PHONE 4221 207 7TH sf.
an mtmg E
i Agree with Your Father
If he will give you a start with a Systematic Savings Account,
you will promise to keep it going
ONE DOLLAR A WEEK in 6fZ1 First Mortgage Bonds amounts to 553.16 in one
year: 3300.06 in five years: 35703.32 in ten yearsg 551,245.30 in fifteen yearsg
31,245.30 in fifteen years: SI,973.67 inltwenty years.
' "Systematic Savings for a Purpose" '
I MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK 8: TRUST CO.
MAIN AT ELEVENTH
PLEASE PATRONIZIG OUR ADVERTISERS
SAFE SERVICE DRUG STORES
SEVENTH AND MAIN STS.-AND-I027 MAIN ST.
Open All Night at 1027 Main Street
fol1nslon's, WlIitman's, Russell McPlIail's and lllartliai Washington Candies
Money Saving Prices on Drugs and Toiletries
This is a gag about 2111 l1l1C1IIl3lOj'CCl man who, as a last resort, signed up with
Z1 circus whose gorilla had died. His job was to don a gorilla suit and do stunts on
a slack wire.
Things went on all right until one day he slipped :Ind landed in a lion's cage.
The lion growled and dashed towards him.
"Good Lord l" moaned the teI'I'ihed mam. "Now what :un I gonna do?"
But the lion only slapped :I paw at him and growled: "The Devil! Do you
think you'1'e the only man out of Z1 job?"
We make-School Pins, Rings and Fraternity Jewelry
IF IT'S EYEGLASSES
See Us for QUALITY and SERVICE
BUCKINGHAM AND FLIPPIN
9l9 MAIN STREET LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
JOHN P. PETTYJOHN 8: CO.
2l2 EIGHTH STREET LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
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 'I
LYNCHBURG MUTUAL BUILDING 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION
RICHARD HANCOCK, President DANDRIDGE IVIURRELL, Secretary
2l9 Lynch Building
PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
Will White Shoe Store
HE CUTS THE PRICE AND SELLS THE SHOES
1101 MAIN STREET
Floriclzi Tourist: 'fl suppose you were horn and raised here ?" 1
Floriclzi Villager: "No, suli, I was raised in the Nawtli, suhf'
Florida Tourist: "Is that so? XfVlIzIt part of the North were you raised in ?"
Florida Villager.: "VVhy, up in Alzibama, suhfl '
h'Vl1Cl'l Z1 clog leads :I man, the man is blind.
Wlhen :L num leads ll dog. he is niarriecl.
WILLS-CAMP CO., Inc
' 91711 AND MAIN STS., LYNCIIBURG, VA.
Y -I N
We Specialize in Clothes and Furfnishings for I
I Young lllen and Boys
8l8 Church St. Phone .3107
You have Ambition, intellect ancl an
We specialize in
You probably desire to succeed in busi-
Begin your training at Virginia Com-
mercial College after you graduate from
PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
AD VEICTISEQII ENTS
PHONE 7l6 3501 MEMORIAL AVENUE
FORT HILL PHARMACY A
PRESCRIPTIONS, SODAS, CANDIES
Teacher: "VVhat is your fE1ti1C1'iS occupation, Sonny ?',
Boy: "Hes a worm ilNitEliLO1'.',
Teacher: "Wl1at is that?"
Boy: "He bores holes in furniture for the antique man
WelfzL1'e XA'rO1'k6l' to Convict: "Now, let's your name begins with -T
Convict: "VVith a nine, lady."
' Ice Cream-The Sanitary Kind
BATTERY CO. My 25677707-6
F 1FTx-1 AND COURT STREETS PASTEUMZED
Goodyear Tires and Cream
Willard Batteries PHONE 411
SANITARY DAIRY, INC.
Phone 4035 1213-15 CHURCH ST. LYNCHBUBG, VA.
If your money is earning less than Five Per Cent, it is being underpaicl
WE PAY 51: GN SAVINGS
Citizens Savings 8: Loan Corporation
215 NINTH STREET
PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
DRY CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
1603 PARK AVENUE LYNCHBURG, Vs.
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
Prof. Dcishlcr: "I've spent fifteen years translating this Greekf,
Student: "VVhztt does it say?"
Prof. Deishlcr: "Iibl0eav Dishrolgf'
K'XVherc did you get those big, tender, sympathetic eyes?"
"Oh, they came with my face."
i SUPERIOR AUTO COMPANY
"The Bcist Place to Shop After All"
The Younger Set Will Find fusl What They Wan! al Moses at All Times
If You Visit Our Slorc Once, You Will Want to Visit it Often
WE SPECIALIZE IN YOUR NEEDS
nfcwclry, Gifts, Music, Sport Things"
PLEASE PA'1RONIlD OUR ADVERTISFR9
D. A. HINES PAINT STORE
316 Twelfth Street
ALL OUR PAINTS ARE WELL KNOWN, NATIONALLY
"The Oldest Paint Store in Town"
When You Trade at- BIBEE-:S
You Are Both Learning and Teaching That Most
Important Lesson of Both Thrift and Economy
BIBEE'S " BUSY " STORES
Lyncl1burg's Own Chain
l2th St. at Grace Rivermont Ave. at Cabell St. Fort Hill at End of Car Line
PLENTY PARKING SPACE
ff, 'T -7-1 Til W
J 'NW 'SE
ff -'Li I 'I
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' 2'?2w1mIil 'i I ft
imkjsiigrm 015515 ,-ya.-.1 4 -
f 'lf' . e ft
THE MOST CRITICAL ARE PLEASED
with the Delicious Fountain Drinks and
Tea Room Service
g f goood e m W1 I
G. A. COLEMAN CO.
9l I MAIN STREET
"Smart Footwear for Sub-Delis"
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
Judge: "VVhy did you hit your husband with this pistol?"
Madge: " :Cause it VVZlS11't loaded, suhf'
Voice on Phone: "How many headache powders can I get for sixteen empty
gin bottles ?"
CRAIGHILL 81 JONES, Inc.
Soda Fountain : : Luncheonette
Whitman's Candy Norris Candy
MELCO and VIRGINIA REEL CANDIES
SEVENTH AND COMMERCE STS.
PLE ASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
KEEP YO UR LIPS SOFT
FLEE'17's CHAP STICK F LE ET'S
Fine for Little Chaps and Big Chaps ' 0
. AT ALL DRUG STORES
CHAP STICK COMPANY Trade-Mark Reg'
Hill City Tobacco Co.
FINE CANDIES AND SPECIALTIES
Bunle, Samoset, Nobiliiy Candy, lvirfs Cup Cakes,
Colden Bear Cookies, lialian Dinners, Nucoa,
and all Products of
THE BEST FOODS, Inc.
Randolph-Macon Woman's College
A LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
The Compliments of
RAN DOLPH-MACON WOMAN'S COLLEGE
THE LYNCHBURG HIGH SCHOOL
D. R. ANDERSON, P1'eside11t of R.-M. W. O.
AD I 'ENT1SE.lIENfI'S
915 MAIN ST.
PORTRAITS THAT PLEASE
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A Home Product
"Lynchburg Quality "
A FOOD ----- NOT A FAD
SERVICE DAIRY 6: ICE CREAM CORP.
706 Eighth Street Phones 2196-2197
The Family Loaf
LYNCHBURG STEAM BAKERY
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918-920 MAIN STREET, LYNCHBURC., VA.
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Class Pins and Rings
Gifts for Every Occasion
809 MAIN STREET LYNCHBURG VA
"A Gift from Rylandfs Means More"
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
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He: "I miss the old cuspidor since its gone."
She: 5'You missed it before. Tlmfs why it's gone
THESE FIGURES SPEAK F OR THEMSELVES
39 Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College
41 Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College,
44 Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College,
53 Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College
65 Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College
73 Lynchburg boys and girls enrolled in Lynchburg College
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Capital and Surplus ONE MILLION DOLLARS
EASE PATH . ADVERTISERS
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NORRIS' CANDIES INVESTMENT
PARKER FOUNTAIN PENS SECURITIES
CLAIBORNE DRUG C00 l0l0-lOl l Peoples National Bank
828 CHURCH STREET
C01-ner Ninth LYNCI-IBURG, VA. PHONE l88
"LET SCHEWEL FEATI-1ER.YOUR NEST"
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Mrs. 1980: "Tl1z1t 1'olJOt's been acting' funny all clay long."
Mr. 1980: "He must have ai screw loose some place."
There's a Difference in Bread
-ask for it by name-
HGLSOM and JU TRITE
ARE ALL THE NAME IMPLIES
STA-KLEEN BAKERY, INC.
JONES MEMGRIAL LIBRARY
Open Daily Excepl Sundays, 9 A. M.-9 P. M.
COLLEGE HILL BRANCH DUNBAR BRANCH
8:30 A. M. lo 5:00 P. lVl. 9A. M. to5 P. M.-7 P. M. IO9 P. M.
Mon. to Fri. Tues., Wed, anal Fri.
9:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Sat. 9 A. M.-6 P. M. Mon. and Thurs.
FORT HILL BRANCH
2 P. M.-6 P. M.
PLEASE PATILONIZE OUR ADVERTIQERS
SNYDER Sz BERMAN
CSTHE NEWSa9 and InC0rp0l'ilf.0ll
"THE ADVANCE9' THE POPULAR PRICE STORE
And Keep Posted on Local and 914 Mam street
ryorld Ifappenings We Specialize in All That is New in
Spom-s, Comes, E'ro. READY-To-WEAR
DRY GOODS, ETC
"LET SCHEWEL FEATHER YOUR NEST"
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Bandit: "VVell, I rlon't aim to please."
"My wife lets me smoke in the house whenever I please."
"But will she when you clon't please?"
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Titer: "Gosh, I can't even remember what happened last nightf'
The Lynchburg Chamber
I of Commerce
Whose members take great pride in the
Work of the High School in developing
future citizens of our city
PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
WM. V. WILSOIN, JR., President ALLEN CUCULLU, Vice-President
GILES H. MILLER, V.-Pres. and Cashier B. F. COUSINS, Assistant Cashier
G. R. LEwts, JR., Assistant Cashier Ttaos. W. GtLLtAtvt, Assistant Cashier
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616 CHURCH ST., LYNCHBURG, VA. VA,
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