Glass High School - Crest Yearbook (Lynchburg, VA)
- Class of 1933
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This volume of the Critic-Crest is affectionately
EVELYN LEE MQORE
our teacher, our comrade in journalistic work, who by her
splendid guidance of the High Times, her gentleuess and
charm, and her willingness to serve has won the
love and admiration of the Staff as well as
of the Senior Class.
DEUICATION , ,.,,..... .
INTRODUCTION ,..,.,. .,..,,
SENIOR CLASS POEM
C 11 A PTER I .....,......v.A.,,,....,A,
CHAPTER H .....,,......
C l'1AP'lfI+IR UI ...,.....A
CHAPTER IV ,..,,,...,,
SCORE PAGE ..,,,,...,
CHAPTER V ......
CIIJXPTIER VI ..,....
1' ACULTY .,...................
SENIOR OFFICERS .,...
CHAPTER VII ,,..,..,.,..
FXDVERTISEM ENTS ........
CLASS OF 1936 .........
CLASS OF IQ35 .,.......
CLASS OF 1934 ..,,,,.,,
SENIOR BANQVET ............,
FA Cu LTY ..,........,..II..,.,,... ,
illiahle uf Qllnntents
List of llllustrntinns
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From the early days when ancient man was evolving his present system of
numhers, to the complex twentieth century world, the figure seven has had a
mystic signilicavce. Seven, sum of the two lucky numbers, three and four, has
been regarded hy many people as sacred and has been incorporated in their
religious and ceremonial rites.
The seven hills of our own town seem symbolic of the enduring strength
of the seven-hilled city of ancient Rome. just as the temple on Capitolium was
erected in honor of jupiter, Juno, and Minerva, so our high school, crowning
the highest of l.yncl1hurg's hills, stands dedicated to XVisdom, Truth, and
NVe hope that in tracing the course of our symbolic characters over the
Seven Seas of lindeavor we have placed in this volume a permanent record of
this brief hut happy period in our lives. ln a necessarily limited fashion, we
have attempted to recall and preserve those personalities and events which have
hecome most endeared to us during our sojourn in the Buildings on the Hill.
NVe ask you to judge our venture with tolerance.
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Senior Glass oem
EDJ Qllma water
Let lfflllflll not looffv witlzollt one pcwflng word
From you who hold llfbldillfj low for all,
Tlzal, borm' omicl Liffs tlzfongy, your d'1'.vlo-nz' coll
Slmll gzzidc l1.1'111 .vtmiglzlt os jliglzz' of 'Ulillgillfg bird
lll'l1lo.vc cry from szmset sleiex is oftvn l1,em'd
Ami lvxt in brzmt of bottle ITC may fall.,
Give now o wonl, ax in this torclzf-lil' lzall
H U foals your lost mre.v.v by low coufe1'1'col.
Brligllltl, flzrouglz the yoa,l'.s'i, your glow-ing forclz will glcn111,'
Tlzolzglz slzlazvflowu' l1lII'kUll,, Youth, will ozfw' bicle
Your word wlzlile Sfl"Ilgg11T71,g to tlzfo heiglzfx czrboife,
Till Age shall crozwzf glad Youtlz-"s fl 71'l-bifiU'LtX dream-
But slzould Youth j?mly, in fcors, tlmvi hope has died.,
Still .m'o:1,gflw1z lzfim zuitlz your lzmccosing love.
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The Qehen ilaills
MQNUMENT TERRACE BY NIGHT
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Qlma jlllatefs Swan hilhrzn
She dwelt 1115011 lllc highest hill,
Of .vc-Wiz. oily lzeigllis,
And .muy nfvlifiizig .tongs of Intfe
To sf'-vmz 'would-bc kiziglzrs.
IIIIIIHIIH NCE there was a beautiful city built on Seven Hills
, and surrounded by tall blue mountains. On the highest
1 of the seven hills, in a mansion mellowed by many
U years and tender memories, lived Alma Mater and
si I II, I her seven children. These were generally well-behaved
5,4 ' ' children, but there were times when Alma Mater
' ' XM , gill , deemed it wise to administer some maternal chastise-
- -,- , 1 ment. On this occasion the youngest twins, Tooay
H' ,, ' and Toobee. had been hastily ejected from an un-
f pleasant situation, and were in the yard playing with
V :jug ' friends and listening with awe to Homer Anderson
as he expostulated vigorously upon the merits of the
present banking system and to lfunice Martin earnestly debating with herself
whether "l7eriunt summos fulgura montesu or "Cui bono ?" were the better
motto. ln another corner little -leuny Rock scribbled news stories for na-
Having seen her two youngest thus safely disposed of. Alma Mater
returned to do her duty by her offending offspring, andi approached to where
Threeay and 'lfhreebee were holding each otherls hands for com fort and trying
not to look scared.
"My children," she said sternly, "you are- not quite so good as you think
you are and not so bad as you'd like to beg but there are times when you Vex
me sorely. 'l'hreebee, you should be ashamed of yourself, holding hands in
the halls. And flfhreeay, how many times have I told you not to play with
those bad friends of yours? As my mother used to say, this hurts me worse
than it does you, but maybe it'll teach you a lesson!"
So saying, she picked up each in turn, administered a little stirring friction
on the most effective spot, and deposited them in a corner, smiling reassuringly
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at Fouray, who had the stricken look of one about to be spanked too. Threeay
spoke up sullenly. 6'They're not bad," he said. "You donlt know 'ent VVhy
Stanford Schewel has a list of prizes a mile long tacked to his name and
pocketbook-some national ones too! And Audrey Long got honorable men-
tion at Charlottesville for a poem, and Frances Taylor won ten whole dollars
and a full page ad for the High Times in that Typewriter Ad Contest, and-"
Threebee could wait no longer. "Yes," he broke in, "and look at Nowlin
Puckett. You'd know he was good from the way he Wound himself around
that lectern, and linked up bald-headed men and radio programs. And look at
Mary Lewis-she's editor-in-chief of the High Times next year."
"They,ll do in a rush-n1aybe,'l said Fouray. "But think of all the com-
ing' football men in my gang-George Brown and Fred Scruggs, and no end
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SOPIIOMORE CLASS OFITICERS
President ..............,.... .........,..............,......................,......A. ......... P R ocToR HARVEY
Vice Prcsidarit ,.....,.. ......,.. B OBBV HARRIS
Secretary ....,........,, , ..,........... CLARA BELL
Tremmrui' .......A. .....,... S AM l.VlClDANIEL
of others. George Bunch plays basketball too, and Fred VVest is on the tennis
team. And Jimmy Gregory has-well, ask the ladieslu
Alma Mater smiled.
"You all are getting exactly like your olcler brothers. If Fourbee and
Peegee were here, you'd really hear something. But you haven't had their
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chance. and maybe some day you'll be as old and experienced and wise as
they are. Now run out and play and be good. Ilve work to do!"
The children were sleeping peacefully that night when Alma Mater
slipped into her cloak and quietly left the house. Above, the stars twinkled
thoughtfully and silently. She hurried on. It was a queer house she came to
at last: but then, the Seven Sages were themselves queer. The house faced
seven directions, and any way one entered, he must pass through seven doors,
cross seven antechambers, ring seven bells, and after waiting seven minutes
be escorted by seven servants into the august presence of the Seven Sages. Thus
was Alma Mater ushered in. The black-robed Sages sat motionless upon
their seven thrones, gazed with seven. pairs of eyes upon the woman before
them, and were silent. From seven sides the walls threw back the stillness,
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and outside, beyond the glow of the seven-tiiues-seven candles, the stars them-
selves seemecl to mock her.
At last the wise men spoke. "lVhat brings you here Pl'
Alma Mater raised her head. "I have come. oh Wlise Seven " she Said
"to inquire into the fortunes of my two oldest Cl'lllCll'C'J11.H
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Wfithout a sound the seers rose and drew together about the shining globe
in the center of the room. Alma Mater drew a deep breath and went on.
"They-Fourbee and Peegee-went out seeking the Seven Lamps of Architec-
ture. It has been four long years since they left, and I have had no word
from them, though some have said they went to Lee Land to learn more of
The Sages spoke. "The stars see all, know all, and to us they will reveal
their knowledge. Draw near, inquiring one, and gaze into this globe, and we
will read to you their story as the stars disclose it. Draw near-"
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libs Eupage Begins
Ilf"l1z'n wc wont forth upon llzc .mls
Thr rwgrani 1c'ai'rs were rolling,-
Clurivugrr eyes fha future Plffd
Tlirough misls the rlismnre pulling.
-B A K ma
S liourbee and Pee-gee journeyed away four years ago
on their adventure fisaid the wise menj they were
joined by many others also seeking their fortunes 1 and
together they traveled to Lee Land, the country whose
charms are far-famed and over which King McCul-
lough and Queen Gish hold sway. They were received
4 kindly by the natives and were taken before the august
presence of the king. He was tall and angular, but
kind and kingly. T-le explained that their sojourn
would he brief-he hoped-but that beyond the
horizon lay a place called the Glass Highland. a land
of mystery, of hope, where dreams came true and peo-
ple grew up over night: where the library was a rendezvous for lovers: and
where lay hidden the Seven Lamps of Beauty, Truth, Gbedience. Sacrifice,
Power, Memory, and Life.
The laws of Lee Land, though few, were unchangeable- and for nine
long months Fourbee and Peegee steered to the right on the roads, squared
the corners at the insistence of self-conscious monitors, and sat while dining
in spite of occasional disabled conclusions
The Seven .Lamps were almost forgotten, and Glass Highland was thought
of in terms of Imroad-shouldered. much-adored football heroes. They had
eaten of the Lotus fruit and were drowsily content. Glass seemed very far
away and vaguely terrifying. So, when they were called by King McCul-
lough, they were most surprised to learn that they must travel on at once.
Glass Land loomed suddenly large-a place of mystery both dreaded and
Timidly they bade their friends and enemies in Lee Land farewell and
journeyed toward Glass Highland.
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'Twus frum this l'UlHlfl'j".Y lzilllnfi.
They .raw the .vufwni xcas.
'Twas lzcre izfwzm the lzillfojv,
They U'l'C?tIIlIl of zf1'cI0ries.
Jupiter saw among the seven hills the fair land of
Glass, he looked with distaste upon his residence on
lofty Mount Olympus and shortly after descended,
with bag and baggage-and even with his messenger.
Mercuress-into the l-lighland, bringing along a piece
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of Mount Olympus for a pedestal. Himself he estab-
lished in a celestial palace upon the tip of the hill, and
Mercuress he installed in a little alcove outside his
door to act as a wind-break tshe filled the olhce ad-
mirablyj and in all the realm around he installed
semi-gods to help carry out his laws. From somewhere Mars, the war god,
ascended to help him rule. and was given the godship of Time, to his eternal
For he dances and he yells.
Giving time, time, time,
ln a sort of ghoulish rhyme.
To the moaning and the groaning of the
belles-and the beaus.
And he made so much noise about it all that at last fair Juno, Queen of
the gods, descended to
Glass, built herself a modest residence across from
Qlympus and by her sweetness and gentlcness soothed the land to peace.
It was on a torrid September morn when Fourbee, Peegee. and their
friends climbed the last hill and stood before the awesome gates of Glass. At
last the portals were Hung wide and they entered into the land. To the left
stood the chip off Mount Qlynipus where lived Jupiter and whither all the
semi-gods gathered in council. Past this sacred retreat the little band slipped
a-tremble and gathered in the assembly hall of the land. Soon great Mars
appeared before them and, blowing chalk dust and a good joke or two off his
finger tips, told them things all youngsters should know-and some they
shouldnt. Then he reminded them of the quest of the Seven Lamps, in which
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they would be guided by the Seven Spirits-XVisdom, Understanding, Counsel.
Power, Knowledge, Righteousness, and Divine Awfulness. He told them of
the straight and narrow path to a diploma, and of primrose bypaths to the
eternal bonfire-and Pluto: and admonished them vehemently against the
Seven Deadly Sins-chewing gum: hall and heart roaming: chattering out of
turn: tardinessg playing hooky and hands: and throwing things, such as spit-
balls and sass.
ln the end Mars, commending them to the Seven Gods of Luck, bade them
begone. Around the reception hall, all over the place, was a madding frenzy
of inatriculators-big ones, little ones, tat ones, scrawny ones-before whom
the newcomers trembled and were af raid.
Then followed work days, play days, good days, had days-days end-
lessly-blue Mondays, with the boys closeted with Jupiter: black Tuesdays
with the girls and Juno in secret session. But the Seven Lamps were far awayg
the Seven Sins so close. Besides it was lazy to sit and let things slide.
Things slid until at last Peegee and lfourbee were summoned before
jupiter. who told them of their sins and, leading them onto a high balcony
from which could be seen almost the entire country of Glass. said, "Before
you lies the river leading to the Seven Seas of Endeavor. ln that direction
lies the Literary Seag next to it, the journalistic: that, the Social: over here
the Athletic-There? You can see it !-over there, the Science: there, Fine
Arts: and last, the Sea of National Honor. I can not hope that all of you will
reach that sea, but go your chosen ways, follow the best, seek and ind the
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be batman 5.-:as
'I'11ey:m1'lcd and xailmi, mrlz in his CUIIICSF and tony.
:Ind fought their noble baffles from day io day.
llll N the plentiful storehouses of Glass Land was abundant
material for building and, armed with bookworms and
brains. lfeegee and Fourbee set to work. The hull they
built of hard work, a bit of Algebra. an arc or two, a
little Science, seven words of Spanish and as many
of French and Germang while with strong blows and
stronger language they drove the Latin in. The rudder
X ' 9 they fashioned from English, the keel from books they
had read, and the sails they wove of poetry: from History
At last when the work was done and the ship
" " " .:." launched for the voyage, the travelers returned to bid
"H -1 " -X ,, their younger friends farewell and to collect belated
' stragglers. In the process of collecting, they went a-
searching in Cell No. 212 and there stumbled on the first of the Seven W'onders
of the YVorld. Tucked away in various parts of the room were the Seven Sleepers.
Tn one corner "Rooster" Harvey dreamed gently, snriling sweetly and tenderly
caressing the hand of the dormant John .Tusticeg a little way off. Buck Foster, with
his "head in the parlor and his feet in the sink," slumbered to the soothing snores
of Wlilliam Hickey and VVillie Wlilson. Xvithout taking time to recognize the other
two, Fourbee, dragging "Buck" Foster behind him, made for the shore.
So the adventurers set sail. For some time they slipped between the narrow
banks of the riverg but gradually the course widened into a bay and. beyond that,
into Seven Seas. Here their ways divided. for some sailors were destined to
explore many seas: some but a few.
One group of warriors and spectators steered toward the rising sun Lllltll they
passed the narrow gateways into the Athletic Sea. Here they encountered the
great storm called Fate, which toyed with and teased all crafts that dared to sail
these waters. From the first it played a winning game with the destroyer, S. S.
Hilltojvpclg' one minute tossing it upon high waves of glory, the next flinging it
down to defeat. Every sport aboard suffered set backs on the cruise-football.
basketball, track and tennis. The good ship had not been sailing many days before
it sighted enemy' craft bearing down at full sail. Admiral T. M. Funk had only
a handful of reserves with which to steer the vessel to victory in football, but by
clever manipulation produced a very successful defense, although the offense was
woefully weak in spite of George l3rown's head tSecond VVonder of the Wiorldj.
Not once did an opponent cross the Hilltopper's goal line by scrimmage until on
a cold November day the warriors from Glass clebarked in a sealet of mud and
were given mud baths to the score of 26 to o.
But the Funkmen had their day and. on the lsland of Norfolk, held the
powerful State Championship Team to a scoreless tie. This remarkable feat was
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Front Row: CM-vs, C. Wocmwzxic, Conlamrxx, D. Sunuuos, SPRINKLE, CAPTAIN HMS, EADS, Ilvrnzn, I'IARv1ax',
ll'IARSl'IALL, BROXVN, Gooulcxz Second Row: LAYNE. CLARK, h'lCCLEDON, ACREE, PLE.asAN'1's, CLEMENTS,
ROMLHSON, XV. VVOULWIN1-L, AlAR'l'lN, Iiruzwiak, lf. Scuuoos, Dlwis, LEE, KIQNNIEDY, l.4Ef:RANDE, ,REvizm'g
Stmzdiny: M.xN.u:i:R FEINMAN, 1f.xcUl.'rx' xlANALiIiR McCUia, I'I:m1uERs1'RoM, Blalujlik, IIAVVKINS, THORNHILL,
Hoorisx, L.xw1.u1:, fNlIiRRYM.-KN, AlCDANlIiL, Nlaxsim, STI-Lvl-INS, Suoirr, VVHITIQ, T. REA, TINSI.liX', 'l'Ax'l.oR,
BARKER, C. REA, S'rovA1., Ruclusk, CLARK, Bnnxzuss, Ml1.L1:I:, Buooiis, BERRY, PICKERAL, Powsu., BUNCH,
Wfvrrs, XVoon, Hmwizv, Jusricu, Mzxnzxuisu Vmu, Ccmcn T. M. FUNK
celebrated before and after its accomplishment by parades and resulted in the
Hilltojvjvcr spirit being dampened by a deluge from a hotel window above,
where Norfolkites reclined and dumped H20 on cheering enemies beneath.
Captain "Mule" Haas played his third and last year on the football team
and his ability on the defense was the main reason for the Hilltoppers holding'
their opposition in check during the season. George Brown and Caulease
Capps were also-outstanding defense men, and Capp's pass-catching ability
made him a dangerous man on the offense.
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Front Raw: IIAXVKINS, EADS, HU'rTx-gn, CAPTAIN l-IAAS, XVR1mlT, BUNCH: Second Raw: Sukutsus, BERRY,
Mounts, McDANl1s1.,' Bark Row: COACH T. M. FUNK, AlANAl9liRS Goomzx AND Rm,
FAcU1.'rx' IXIANAGER MCCUE.
The football season ended with Eve losses. three victories, and two ties-
a poor score for a Hilltop eleven.
Fate continued to play havoc with the blue and white basketball team.
Three lettered men formed the muscles for the '32-'33 team but the squad
had only one man, Captain "Mule!' Haas, who was a consistent and insistent
scorer. The climax of the cage game season came when the Highlanders
turned back three of their most formidable foes in one week. Durham High
from North Carolina, Hargrave Military Academy from Chatham, and john
Marshall High from Richmond were defeated on three successive nights to
give the Hilltoppers a ray of hope.
Wl1e11 spring rolled around, the Hilltoppers brought out their track shoes
and uniforms from the moth balls and beffan to race ua and down the deck
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in practice for three combats to take place on their own ship.
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Front Ron-: REA, Rmms, CAPTMN hvO0I.WlNE, CRA!-'1', Cosms, CALVERT, Pownm., Cousms, Hoa'roNg Bark
Raw: Ccmcu T. M. FUNK, llhnixolzn Cnzwnocx, I-lixuar, BUNCH, Scnuucs, WARE, BLUNT, TVRNER, BERRY,
NIARCDTTE, NIANAGER Nl-:xsl-:N.
Fate was foiled again-by gum-by the locals in the first track meet with
S. S. C liftrm Forge when the blue and white runners overwhelmed the
enemy IO7 to Io.
But the storm arose again during the meets with S. S. J 011.11 M arslzfall and
S. S. .lC'tfC7'.T0lI and the Funkmen were washed overboard S9 to 28 and
61M to 552.
Miraculously the good ship righted herself and made for the great island
called University of Virginia. Here in the annual state meet George Craft,
Caroll Woolwine, and Frederick Scruggs were the only boys from Glass High
to place in the meet, while Craft was the only member to win his V. L.
Unclismayed by cruel losses on land and sea, the H illtopfel' pushed out to
open water again and the crew gave itself over to hours of deck tennis, with
the result that three meets out of six were won, but the team as a whole
.71 l 1
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r ia I -1 --'f ' - . V 4 .ggi r
1 Left to right: BIANAGER FULLER, PAYNE, 1'IOLMES, PEELER, F. YVEST, BlCD,NNIlEL, XV. XKVIEST, Crum,
FACULTY BIANAGER Linux'
deserves more credit than its record would suggest because the Hilliofvper
racketeers played the leading tennis teams in this Athletic Sea.
The old playmate, "Storm of Fate," toyed with the tennis team as it did
with the other athletic teams this year. Un the trip to Petersburg and Norfolk
the owner and navigator of the schooner, in which the team was traveling,
tried to save a quarter on oil and burned out the pistons on his craft, causing
the players to go into dry dock in Norfolk until the ship could be repaired.
VV hen there were no more ships to struggle with, westward the mariners
sailed for many hours, and just before sunset they saw to the south a beautiful
island covered with green palms and greener natives. As they approached the
island, they saw on the beach twelve husky females playing volley ball. The
game was interrupted while Fourbee and Peegee were hailed with lusty cheers
led by two young Amazons, Henrietta Barker and Vera Dickens. Then
Captains Bernice Lee and Charlotte Oppleman laboriously replaced their teams
in perfect playing order.
1933 Ghz Qltitiudlrest
First raw on left from tap io bottom: SYDNOR. Niaxsizw, F. Wiasr, H.xi,m', Anime, BUNCH, CRAFT, XVODLXVINE,
LEE, F. Sckuccs, I-IMS, Powxau.: Middle raw mp la bottom: RICVVANI-Z, RAL:-n, Cuurie, Duxmxcrox,
DICKENS, SXVANSON, VV1as'r, Lian, VV1Ix'rm0kla, Cox, Hunsox, liuNs'r, FRALIN, 'Biuzxung Lax! row mp to bottom:
XV. XVEST, INIARSHAL1., EADS, FEINMAN, BRDWN, Goonies, lI.xwKlNs, XV. Piwxia, REA, Homuss, G. PAYNE,
VIARQ Craxs bar on I-1: COLELIAN, D. Scnucus, I-Lxnvmf, MARHN.
In the interior of the island Fourbee and Peegee encountered numerous
other young Amazons attired in blue. NV ith this army appeared a short but
most powerful young creature. Coachy-VVoachy Dabney. After being officially
welcomed to the Island of the Amazons, Fourbee and Peegee heard of the line
showing made by her Amazon basketeers in the "Intra-Island Basketball
League." Four teams were entered, headed by Captains Ernst, XVest, Robert-
son and Martin. That of Captain Robertson was victorious in winning the
cup in the junior League although the other teams played excellent basketball.
On their tour around the island Fourbee and Peegee came across a worn
and travel-stained gathering. "VVe're the Amazon I-Iikersf! proudly announced
one of this weary group. "XVe,ve hiked miles and miles through Amazon
Island and all around Candler Mountains. Our theme song is 'Show us the
way to our residenceg we've fatigued Zllltl we want'a retire',',
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Fourbee and Peegee sighed sympathetically and roamed on through the
woods. In a little clearing near the center of the island, they suddenly came
upon a hotly contested tennis match being played between two experts.
It was seven hours before they saw any other Amazons, for this' island
was very large and roomy. This time the powerful women were swimming in
a clear lake. lfVhen Peegee was suddenly grabbed around the neck, pulled
under water and brought back up, he was most surprised. Again it was Coach
Dabney, who explained. "These girls," she said, "are taking lessons in life-
saving and already a number-Deb Ralph, Ruth -Dunnington, Jacque Crute.
Bernice Lee, Charlotte Oppleman, Peggy Hill, Nancy Craighill-have passed
the diflicult tests, while some others still need instruction." She even offered
to coach Peegee and Fourbee, who declined and remembered suddenly th-at
they were overdue at their boat.
At dawn the next day they bade farewell to the natives of the Amazon
'See appendix for nan es
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L. H. S .....,....... ..... 0 ws. Clifton Forge ...,,....... I5
L. H. S ............., .... 0 ws. Vinton ...............A..,........ 7
L. HQ S .............. ........., 3 4 ws. Lexington ........,......... o
L. H. S ....,,....... .......,.. 2 0 ws. Hampden -Sydney 2
L. H. S ...........,. ..... 0 far. Richmond .,...............,... o
L. H. S ............. ..... 6 ws. Salem .........,...........i......., 0
L. H. S ...........,. ..... 0 'ZLSX Norfolk ..,........ ........ O
L. H. S ....,........ ..... 6 fav. Danville ........................ 6
L. H. S ............. ..... 2 ifs. Portsmouth ............... 7
L. H. S ............. .......... o vs. Roanoke ,..........,............ 26
Total ............. ......,.. 6 8 Total .............. ........ 6 3
L. H. S ............. ....,,... 4 2 ws. South Boston ............ 9
L. H. S ...,...,..... ......... 6 4 uv. Lexington .................. 6
L. H. S ........,.... ......... I 7 ws. South Boston .......,.... IQ
L. H. S ..........,... ......... I 4 wx. Durham .....................,.. I7
L. H. S .,.,,.......,. ......... I 2 vs. Hargrave ..,.................. I7
Lf H. S ............. .......... 4 I ws. Salem .......,.... ........ 1 0
L. H. S .............. ......... I 9 tw. Danville ........... ........ 4 I
L. H. S ...,......... .......... I 9 vs. Hargrave ...,,................ II
L. H. S .....,....... ......... 2 2 ws. Durham ........................ I4
L. H. .S ............. .... 2 8 zfs. Richmond .....,............ 27
L. H. S ............. .......... I 3 21.9. Roanoke ........ ........ I 9
L. H. S ............. .......... 3 o ws. Salem ......,......... ......... 8
L. H. S ............. .......... 2 9 ws. Richmond .................. 33
L. H. S .............. ......... I 8 ws. Danville ...........,............ 45
L. H. S .............. .......... I o ws. Roanoke ..................... 23
L. H. S .......,...... ......... I o ws. V. P. L Frosh ......... 30
'Total .....................,..... 388 Total .......................,... 329
L. H. S ...................... IO7 ws. Clifton Forge ...... IO
L. H. S ...................... 28 fzls. Richmond ............ 89
L. H. S ...................... 5 5M vs. Roanoke ............... 612
State Meet at University of Virginia
L. H. S., IOM 4
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I I I I I I I I I I
H 5 H J J
I I CHAPTER V
illibe bearrij untiuues
By sevcli- lnnzps their rozlrses lmund
Upon the .rvffeiz Sens.
Tlirmzglz lung and tvmry ways they wuzlud
Blotwi by the jiffn! In-ec,:'r.
4lITN when the ships had passed through the deceptive
channel of Translation, the whirlpool of ldioms and
Vocabulary, they entered Literary Sea and headed in
different directions, each seeking adventure and the
Those who sailed to the southeast journeyed
seven leagues over churning waves until they came
upon an isle. A-Xs the coast was both rocky and dan-
gerous, the ship was forced to drop anchor 'far from
shore and the passengers despaired of reaching land
till they saw, pushing out in their queer little boats,
as motley a crew ot seven as ever graced the waters.
On they came-Zany. Tow-headed Varmint, Petit Chou, Gump. I-luitres,
Gaby, and 'lnnocent-all messengers from Madame Gregory, the Queen, who
herself welcomed the guests at the dock: while Mlle. Ilolmes invited them into
either the Qliunior or the Senior Ifrench Cluh, very elite and exclusive clubs
where the company was excellent and the Iare even better. I
Some ships sailing more southward, touched on an island of dashing
young Senors and more dashing Senoritas, led hy Senorita Bell. They plunked
guitars, wailed songs of Spain, took the romance of their language seriously
and learned to use their knowledge.
Those traveling to the north came upon an island missed by former ad-
venturers-though by the noise one hardly sees how-and were met by fero-
cious and formidable Herr Oglesby and by less ferocious and formidable
Herr Uncle Charlie, who rushed at them with guttural ravings and attempted
to drive German through them with anything handy. The adventurers were
thinking of attempting an escape until they heard talk of a party.
Suddenly the marines saw dipping and falling on the top of a buoy, a
large sign which read "There Are Seven VVonders of the X-Vorld. Carlton
Webb on the Honor Roll is the Third."
Many and gay were the ships that sailed the Social Sea. Drifting along,
singing and dancing, they watched the days slip by pleasure-Iilled. They came
1933 tithe Qlriticffllrest
Senior Jfrenth Qlluhl
FRANCES XXVELLS ........ ........, P 1'csz'dc11f ,...,. ......,....... NANCY D.-XBNEY
BILLY CARRINGTON L........ ,,,..,.,,..... I 'im Pl'L'.YI.ffF11f ........ ,. ,.......... JAQUELIN NIC1fIOL,AS
ELEANOR Brazos .......... ..... ,... . S m'rm'n1'3'-T1'ea.v11r-er' ...,.,. ........,.. C L1F'roN Smnow
FRANK OLIVER ...,..., , ......... Svrgmuf-az'-flrnrs ......... ,A.A . .SAM PEELER
one day upon the twin isles of the Girl Reserve-B2 and Girls' High School
Club-and were greeted by choruses of joyous squeals. So close were the
islets, and so nearly alike that many young damsels could not decide on which
to stop, and the gentlemen of the party sailed oft in disgust to the I-li-Y in the
distance. Their respective sojourns, though short, were delightful. They
drank- tea, gave parties, helped the needy islanders, gave plays, worked and
played together so happily that, when the boys returned from an equally good
time in Hi-Y, they all emllarked with grief and sailed sorrowfully away.
"See appendix for all urgzmization lists.
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iiuniur jfrennb Iuh
DOROTIIY lx-'lORRILL ..,..,,,.. ....,......,, P 1'c.n'demf ......., ....A..... N MIQIIIN IQABLER
ELMO PIICKS ,..,.,,........... .......,.. I f"1fceP1'cs1fd011f ,........ .,,,,.. D AN OPP1-mIAN
VIRGINIA Vm'NEs ......,,. ..,....,, S vcrefarg f....... ......... N ELLIE MAYBERRY
BILLY SONVERS .....,.... ......,..,.. T irmsurer ..I....A.,. .............. I oi-IN Kensisx'
CECIL VVILLARD ...,...,... ..,...,,.. S crgcmzt-az'--Arms ........ ...,...... I OIIN JXCREE
On through the waters plunged the ship, until the szmdlaar, Composition,
was reached. Some, despairing, turned aside but others crossed the bar into
the small but hard-won sea, journalistic, Only two islands were in sight, and
the travelers parted to explore them.
Though the larger of the two-High Times-was far-famed, some of the
ignorant sailors were afraid of the mysteries of printer's ink until the ship was
piloted into harbor by omnipotent Daniel Oppleman and omnipresent Everett
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JACK lqNIGl.IT ..................... ,...,.,...... P mvzkiezzl ..,,,...... ..................... I EARL JORDAN
CRAIGIIILL Cousms ,.......,. A.4.,,,.,,. I -'t1'ct- Pmvzfdmif ,,,,,..., ,..A...... B 'IARIANNE PREBLE
XV EST PAYNI5 ........,.,.,,,,.. ,.,........ 9 ccrcfnrnx '..,,... A,,...,. P IELIQN BRADLEY
BILL KIZIQR ........... ..,.....,..,..... Y 1l'C0'fSIlI'Cl '.A...... ...,..,....... GIEOIQGE CRAFT
GEORGE CRAFT ',...... ,.,...,..., .S 'c1'gm.1zf-at---lrnzs ..,...,., .,4,...., G ARLAND Housiziz
Critic, the other island, viewed by the travelers through the telescope.
Contents, spread before them divided into Seven Districts, over each of which
a work-worn oflicial presided, and where Arthur K., the tyrannical ruler, and
his industrious staff were doomed forever to pursue the elusive artist, Richard,
and Percy, the will-o'-the-wisp.
At this point the travelers heard of one of the Greatest W'onders of the
lVorld-the Crvst had gone to press.
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PV?-97'dCl1'f .................... ......... R Um FLANAGAN
Vice P1't7rT'ZitfCllf .....,...... ,..,,,,,4 P HYLLIS I":lORNER
SL'Cl'Elll'Y7'jl ................ ......,..,. E viznmr LONG
Tl'Gfl.S"LH'6I' ...,.,............. ..A..,.,.., S AM MILLER
Swgermt-at-Alfvlzs ......... ....A....,.A B rloruns HAAS
The inhabitants of these two islands owned jointly a playground called
Quill and Scroll, where many friendly contests took place and many noble
prizes were won. It was toward this playground that shy pupils, and pupils
who had long since ceased to shy, crept with eager steps. for inside its portals
In this playground the travelers from the Land of Glass attended a most
uplifting and inspirational public gathering. A man named Maple, over whom
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Girl 332521112 Qllluh
"To Find and give the best"
Girls" High School C lub Be Square Club
HENRIETTE JONES, ..,,.....,...,............,....,.,,...,, Pvvsitltffzt ,..,,,.,.,, ........ C I-1R1sT1N1z HUDSON
ELEANOR BIGGS ................... ,....... l five Preszklmit .,,...,,. ,,......... 1X 1YRTLE ROBERTSON
MARGARET ROWELL ...,,.... .....,.,... S ecrcfargi '......,.,.. ,..,...,........... L OUISE BLAKLEY
BIARIAN IQABLER .,,......... A,,,,...,. 7 -i7'13ClS1l1'C7' ........... ,l..,..AAA.. E LIZABETI-I HQAWKINS
LULA FOURQUREAN ..,...... .......... H istorian ........,,. ..................,....,..,. lv IILDRED LEE
"not many years had passed since he crept into his bathroom and, seizing his
father's razor, shaved the tender down from off his youthful chin," paid a
visit and lured young would-be journalists to high endeavors.
Buckling on their courage, Peegee and his friends turned toward the S ea
of Science through which sooner or later all their ships must sail. Though
intensely interesting and mildly exciting, this sea was, in places, extremely
unpleasant to say the least. "Slimy things did crawl with legs, upon a slimy
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"DIN1iY" Sciwcos ........ ,.,,..,.
EARL .IORDAN .........
LARRY M CVVANE ........ ....
Vice PI'C.YffiGll-f ,..... ..
"I'IUNKSU BALDOCK ....,... ......... T rensfzzrw' ......
UCRAIGH Cousms .,,,..... ,...,,.... C lmipluirn .......
,Pl'L7.YZlfGllf ....... .........
. .,..,......,,, TOM RUCKER
sea"-oozy earthwornis and worms that would ooze no more, fat frogs in their
glory gazing' sadly upon defunct relatives that reeked of formaldehyde. Upon
the surface Hoated test tubes in thousands, perfuining the air with ether and
hydrogen-sulphide-Peegee donned his gas mask and steered to safer waters.
After many days, wearied with sailing, Fourhee left the ship and wandered
over the land. He was far outside the realm of ordinary mortals when he came
1933 Gfbe Qlriticsilllrest
Quill ani: icrull
President ................ ................,,..........,. .....,,,.. ...............,........... ........ lk I A R GARE1' Rowman.
Vice President .,..,..... .....,... E vnruarr Lows
Secretary ,......,...,..., ......, I ACK RUCKER
Treasurer ...,. ....,..,......... E ARL JORDAN
J. R. Ford
upon a sign which said, in big bold letters, "Fine Arts in Demonstration. No
Admission. Come In V' Fourbee, entering because it was a free show, ran into
a placard reading, "There are Seven VVOllCiC1'S of the NVo1'1d. This is the
Fifth." Before him stretched a long hall of fame:
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Ideal Senior ...,,........., .........,.........A.,...,,....,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,A,, A,,,,,,,,, X X fillignn 'xvegf
lVl0St lE11CI'g'6'EiC ,...,..... . ..,.,.. Hilda Scruggs
ClaSS Beauty ............ . ......... Charlotte Cox
Best-Looking Boy .......,..
Most Popular Girl ............
Most Popular Boy ',,,,,......
Most Attractive Girl 4,..,., .
Most Attractive Boy ..,,,,.
Best-Dressed Girl ....,,,.,.,..,.
Best-Dressed Boy .........,
Most Athletic Girl ......,......
Most Athletic Boy ......,..
Most Optimistic ...,,....
Most Pessiniistic vv..,.v......
Best Actress .,,....,..,....
,,.....Iack Van Lear
, l-loxrarfl Rhodes
AMNV alter Powell
Best Actor '........,.......,,......,,....... ...i.,..,... S potswoocl Allen
Most Original VVrite1 '.......... ........,t,......,..... I. R, lforrl
Best Poet ...,...,,......,..........,..,, ,,...v....it, D ouglas Baker
Most Musical ...w...,..w...,...w. ........w,....w. L .ena Campbell
Most Sentimental ,.,.,....,.
Most Sophisticated .......,....
Local Greta Garbo ..,.......,,.
Local Clark Gable ..........,
Biggest Loafer ,..,.....
Biggest Flirt ,......., .,,,........ l Jena Campbell
Hall Stroller '.,..,.,,......,........e... ...,....i. L arry McXVane
Pilot of the Best Line .......,. ...........w....w..w.w...... ' 'Sonu Lee
Shine Girl ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,...,,.,.. ....,........ R flilclrecl Reynolds
Shine Bgy ',,,,,,,.,i ....,...,....... P ercy .lorclan
"Lamb ",i,,i ,i,,.,, ,..........i.. L o is Perkins
"King IQ01'1g, ',i4..,,,.,,,,r,,,,..,,,,.,,i,,,,,,rr,r4,r,,,,,r,,..,,o,.,,.,.,,,,,,.......,,,o,..... ...Menzia Brooks
Awe-struck, poor Fourbee rushed from the presence of such celebrities.
HIGH TIMES STAFF
CRITIC AND CRITIC-CREST ST
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Pl'l?S'iC1IC71li ......,........ ............ ..,.....,.....,. ......... lk l ARIAN IQABLER
Vice Pl'L'SillC1lf ......., ,,..,,,, L AVANN13 JONES
Secretary ........ ..,..,,. M ARVIN XVELLS
Tl'6USIll'L'l' ....... ........ S AM MILLER
The sea grew gradually calmer and after days of pleasant sailing, land
was sighted ahead. The ship drew near and anchored hy a sign which read
"Workers Wfanted, Apply XVithin." The cruisers deharked and exploring came
upon seven cabins in the woods from whence issued the groans of persecuted
persons into whose craniums shorthand, commercial English, law, geography,
bookkeeping, olliee training, were being pounded to the rhythm of 7,ooo type-
writers. Fourbee and Peegee marveled long before they turned away.
Other ships, hraving the Sea of Fine Arts, cruised for seven days toward
an evasive speck on the far horizon. They came at last upon the island where
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F RANK XV RIGHT ................... .....,..A.. P resident ........ ,,....... E VIERETT LONG
LA FAYETTE Buizcizss ...A...... ...,.... T 'ice P1'L7.Y1-lfL'l1f ........ ....... X VILBUR LANGDON
IHILDA Scntfccs .........,,...... ,...... S ecrcfniry ',....... ..,...... X VIIJVIA BURTON
BILL KIZER ........... ....... 7 'rmszzrez '....... .....,. B ILL lCIZER
seven colossal Venuses reared their heads. At their feet, ranged row on row.
sat aspiring and perspiring young artists, laboring vainly to reproduce the
delicate majesty before them. I-lelpless under the fatal charm of Beauty, many
fled from shipboard to join the smudged group of eager mortals.
The ship sailed on toward a smaller islet and greater danger. Xlfise Four-
bee, looking forward with anxiety, remembered a whispered word of counsel
from far-OH Jupiter and lashed his men with seven lashes to the masts, and
before placing himself at the helm, stnHied all ears with absorbent cotton in
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XNALLACE PATTERSON ,...,.... .,,..,...... P resident .A,A......,... ,,,,..A,,4,.,,, R AYMOND SIIARP
NORMAN REA ..................,.. .A........ I Vice President ,,...,...... ,.,..,... X VALLACE PATTERSON
LOUISE jfxcons .......... ..,...... . Tecretarg '....... ..................,,... RUBY SISIITH
FRANK W'RIc:1fI'i '...,,...... .,..,... Y i'reas11-ref' ......... ....,,.... L OUISE JACOBS
preparation for the coming ordeal. There, seated upon a bed of mosses, look-
ing utterly resistless, was the only male siren in captivity-the Sixth Wfonder
of the VVorld! As the vessel approached, he drew himself up to his full
majestic height, opened his lips and, in the voice of seven angels, yodeled a love
song. The effect on the crew was appallingg for there were a curious many.
who, fearing lest they miss some excitement, had secretly withdrawn the cotton
from their auditory channels and faced the music bare-eared. XV hen they heard
1933 Ghz Qlriticffllirest
BO YS' GLEE CLU B
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
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1933 The Qlriticsdllrest
Eahih Garrick Players
F all Spring
WILLIAM XVEST .........,.,... ..,....... P resident ........ .,.......,.....,.,. X 7VEsT PAYNE
JAQUELIN NICHOLAS A.......... ........ T fire Presidmzif ........., ....,...... I SABRLLE HORTON
MARJORIE ADKINS ....,.....,. ............ R cc. Sefrarary .......... ............ S ARA ICIRKPATRICK
NANCY DABNEY ...,v..... .,.......... C or. Secremry .......... ...,.,...... I ANE ARMSTRONG
MAIKGAREI' ROWELL ......... ......... 7 'reaszzrer' ....... .......,.. I QATHERINE DAVIs
those divine utterances they abandoned their Seven Senses, became like mad-
men, gnawed and tore at their bonds till they were free and, flinging them-
selves overboarcl, were drawn unresisting to the shore. There they ranged
themselves in seven rows at the feet of the Siren and in awed voices breathed,
"Oh, Mr. Fredrick! How do you do it!"
while a Hersy and
a 'Robert set up a
stage beneath the
sat spellhound be-
fore the seven plays.
They gasped as Bet-
ty Scott, alias -To of
spurned the ardent
love of jack 'Van
Lear and vanished
The ship, sail-
ing sadly off, left
the victims. On the
vessel swept until it
came at last to a
place where the sun
rose and set in the
lfVest. Here a band
of traveling players,
players under the
guidance of a gentle
lady, seeing the
"Invom'ANcE or BEING ERNESTHQFACULTY PLAY '
HTIVIIY THE CHIIMES RANGH
behind an um-
brella with Wfilliani
NV est. They were
intrigued over Miss
Goode in her Huffy
pink dress as the
blushing heroine of
"The Importance of
Being Ernest" p:
and mortified as
dignity to the winds
1933 Qlibe dlrititzcllrzst
and rushed into
armsg and gratified
as Mrs. Gregory at
least retained her
to the end. ii '
of 'Whfhy the
Chimes Rang" sank
deep into reverent
hearts, while the
humor and pathos
of " ,Op o' Me 'l'humb" were received with laughter and tears.
UXVHY 'ri-na Cuinnss Rama"
The hysterics of "'l'ouchdown" had scarcely subsided when a fresh attack
was brought on by "Jonesy," and the explorers sailed weakly off to recuperate
to the sweet strains of "Oh Doctor V'
Six of the Seven Seas had heen passed and conquered, hut the seventh
lay yet far ahead. Before the time for departure arrived, liourhee and Peegee
consulted awhile and called their friends together to a banquet. VVhen all were
assembled and the feast in full sway, liourhee arose. "My comrades," he said,
"six of the seas have we conquered, many the wonders we have seen and great
the things we have
done. But we have 1 img
not found the Seven
Lamps and the test
of our journey lies
yet ahead. lt is be-
cause of this that I
have assembled you
here tonight. Gut
there, heyond the
horizon, is the sea
of National Honor
and in its channel Y
lie unknown ter-
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if "Ye '
rors. Beware the treacherous reef of No Study on which many unfortunate
adventurers have wrecked. So, my friends. eat. drink, and be merry, for
tomorrow-who knows ?" -
XV hen the feast was over, the company rose with hearts a little heavy and,
boarding their ships, followed where the two hrothers led them. Unusually
ambitious ones made their way by the tricky falls of Math or meticulous Book-
keeping. At last the rocky straights of Foreign Languages, Commercial Sub-
jects, History, and English, Parallel Reading and Typewriting Projects were
passed as the conquerors fought their way onward. T he inhabitants of many
enchanted islets called to them and tried to hold them back. The Land of
Chewing Gum and Peanutsg the narrow and thrilling isle of Hall Strolling:
Gossiping, a land of endurance records: and that dreamy land of Spring Fever
were spurned and cast aside.
The way grew steadily more diflicult, but with a last supreme effort one
lone ship reached the placid waters of the Sea of National Honor. From the
decks of this ship Fourbee and Peegee and thirty-five spent companions sent
up their thankful prayers to the Seven Gods of Luck.
1935 arm Qtmnsfmesr
Vice P1'c.vi1lz'ut ....,..
Trcu.rurvr.. ..,.... .
atiunal Iiaunur bucietp
. ..,... NVILIJAM MEADE
Arthur K. Stevensfjr.
For many weeks they diligently searched the sea and shores for the Seven
Lamps, but never a glimmer met their eyes. Sick at heart they returned to
seek their comrades. Beyond, in the little' channel where all seas meet, they
found them assembled and with joy the united friends told of their adventures.
But the Seventh VVonder was yet unfound and no one had sighted the Seven
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CH APT ER VI
Ulibe Great uum:iI:QBur ways Tllinite
.licfnrc fllflll ruse 1110 .rezwl frilly.,
liulziud A'fl'U!'t'lIt'd .Yf'T't'II smlx.
b'vj'of'f' l'flt"llI' lay the wivlm-'.v .vfmil,'
Bvliiud fum! llIt'1II0l'If'S.
-B A it tak
I-IICN early, rosy-lingered dawn had drawn back the
Curtain of night, lfourbee and Peegee slipped their
ships into the home harbor. .-Xt that moment the gods
were in council and. sending IX-flereuress down to hasten
the returning Wanderers, they repaired to the assem-
bly hall to give audience. Wleary and dejeeted, with
bowed heads, liourbee and Peegee led their tired band
to the fXssembly.
They stood silent before the gods, and not until
questioned by jupiter did they answer: then spoke
the brothers with sorrowful bitterness: "We have
returned, Most Honored, but in great shame. XVe have failed-'failed utterly.
VVe have found no lamps upon the seas. NVQ did not even lind the Seventh
Wfonder of the XVorld."
Suddenly into the council rushed a pale and panting comrade and Hung
himself before Fourbee and Peegee. "Gb, Great Leaders," he cried breath-
lessly, "I bring great news! XfVhen we returned to our beloved land, I
journeyed out exploring instead of coming into the .Xssenibly lflall. Upon
the third tloor of the main hall, I heard a mighty rumble of thunder and
entered a room to investigate. The gusts ol' hot air and steam were nigh
unbearable. and the noise resonnded like the notes of Seven Trumpetsg but I.
who had suH'ered much, pressed on. Straining my eyes through the heavy
mist, I saw a golden sign on which was written 'There are Seven XfVonders ot
the lvorld. This is the Seventh and last'- and there, seated in state. l beheld
Semigod Lewis, the celestial foghorn !"
Great was the rejoicing, for they had at last Found the Seven Wlonders!
'W'hen the din had subsided, Father -Iupiter mounted the l'USU'UlN and spoke.
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H. A. C. XVALIQER, Princifnzl
BLAKE E. ISLEY, Assistant Principal, lllatlzmnatirs
PAULINE T. l:lSHI:lR, Dean of Girls, History
CHARLES M. :XBBOT, I-listary
HARli1IiTTIi S. BELL, .S1f7lIlllSll
SAMUEL H. BENNETT, English
RUTH H. BLUNT, .Englisli
E. F. BURMAHLN, Director of Bn.sines.v Eziucatimi
DOROTHY CHILDRESS, Typewriting, Office Training
LEWIS T. IDAVIS, Head of Latin Dcfvartnwnt
txllllll-I T. EURE, English
THOMAS B. FUNK, Matlzenzatirs, Atlllvtif Coaflz
SAMUEL R. GAY, Biology. Physics
ELIZABETH C. GLASS, Latin, Hilvtarj-
LILLIAN F. GREGORY, Head af Ronzance Langntzgc Dept.
CLEMENTENE GOOIIE. f,'UllllIlI'l'l'iUI Grografvliy, SlIOI'f!lHIlU', Tj'f70Tiil'lil.lIg
E'F'Fl'li K. IUIARVEY, Bnakkvvping
IQATI-ILEEN I'l0I.MI-IS, Iiruncli, Spanish
I. HEATH LEWIS, Head uf History Dcjvartnzant
L. H. IVICCLTI-2, JR., Hcad of SFLCIICC Dcpartnzent
FRED B. MCLEKLTIQIN, Matlteniatics
EVEINN L. MOORE, Englisli
lqELEN H. NELSON, English
MATTIE H. C. N,ICHOLAS, English
ROSCOE R. 0GI.EsI3Y, tllatlicnzatics, ff0'Z'I'l'IIIlll3IIf
IVIARY SPOTSWOOII PAYNE, English
BEULAH PHIPPS, ClI.a1i1istI'y, Biology
EIQBIA LEE PORTER, Slzortltand, Transcrifwtivn, Typczcriting
RUTH I-I. PRETIELE, Typcwriling, CIJIIIIIICITIIIII Geography
C. A. SYDNOR, Latin, ilY'UflIf?lIll'lfiL'J
ELSIE V. TALBOT, English
EI.1zAIIET1-1 N. W'ALI.AcE, History
EVELINA O. NVIGGINS, Hvarl of English Dnpartnlcrit
MAIIGARET F. W'ILLIAMs, Baolekvefving, Connnercial Gfagrapliy
FANNIE B. NVRIGHT, History
WV. L. FREDERICK, Music
MARGARET l'IELBlG, Art
C. R. XV.-XRTHEN, Plzyxiral Training
ISABEL PECIQ, Physical Training
KATHERINE DUPUY, Girls' Atlzletirx
IQORVELL CRAIG1-IILL, Librarian
.-XNICE PIONVELL, Scrrctary to Prinrifval
PHOEEE EDMUNDS, Sizfwrzisor of Study Halls
SALLIE HAYNIE, Dirertnr of Cafeteria
BESSIE LONG, Assistant Director of Cafeteria
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"My children," he said. 'iyou have worked long and faithfully toward
your goal and have journeyed tar in your quest 'For the Seven l.amps. You
searched widely and diligently, and omitted one place only. So now-look up Y"
XVith one accord the company raised their eyes and there, swinging high
above their heads, and blazing in the 'fullness of their glory. hunff the Seven
Lamps of Architecture.
A shout of joy arose from the liar-travelers.
.lupiter spoke on. "You have sought afar and labored long. Here on your
course you have found Beauty: there, Truth 3 by trials and hardships you have
learned Obedience and Sacrifice: and from all these four you have gained
Power and Memory: and a deeper understanding of l.ife.+these are the Seven
powers of the Seven Lamps.
"Your Lamps hanging here will throw the light of inspiration through-
out the Land of Glass, but you yourselves will rise to greater heights among
the Pleiades and by your rays of light will guide other pilgrims across the
Seven Seas of Life."
XVhen the Seven Sages had ceased to speak, Alma Mater rose and slipped
away. Wfithout. the stars shone brightly, sending down a welcome light upon
the darkness below. Alma Mater blew a smile and a happy kiss upward to
the stars that were once her children and, turning, hurried homeward.
H'l1af ,roll-ry is this 'aw !IL'lII'
Franz you lriglz lzillf'
'Tis the Ungar twice of Yonflz
E'UL7l' Slillfjfllg, sizzghzzg
Songs of lzmmr.
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XIIRGINIA EI.IZ.-XI4l21'I'I WWIITNIORE
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XVILLIAM GARRETT XVEST
President Senior Class, President Junior Class, Pres-
ident Sophomore Class, President National Honor
Society, Quill and Scroll '32, '332 Adelphian Debating
Society, President '31, David Carrick Players '32,
President '33: Chapel Connnittee, .Hiyli 'I'ime.r Staff,
Book Review Editor '31, '32, '33, Hi-Y, Athletic Asso-
ciation, Basketball '31, '32, Varsity Tennis '31, '32,
'33, Captain '31, '32, French Club, Rifclmiond Times
Dispatrli. Medal '31, Bell Debating Medal '31, Senior
Play, State Debating Contest '31, '32, Class A and
Stale Championship in Debating '33, Monogram Club.
BILLIE LOUISE CHEXVNING
National Honor Society: Vice-President Senior Class
'339 Secretary Junior Class '32, President Honor
League '33, Quill and Scroll, Critir, Bookshelf Editor
'33, Crrxrt '331 Lee Literary Society, Athletic Associa-
tion, Senior Council: Chairman of Home Room.
VIRGINIA ELIZA BETH XNHITMORE
National I-lonor Society, Cafeteria Assistant, Ohicc
Assistant, Student Secretary, State Teachers' Conven-
tion, Commercial Club, Secretary '31, President, '32,
O C A' O A T' Students Advisory Council,
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Library Council, Honor League, Secretary Senior
Class '33, High Times Staii, Typist '31, Assistant Busi-
- ' ' - A ll t' Association, B: Club, Bas-
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ness Manager 33, tieic ,
ketball '30, '31, '32, '335 Volley Ball '31, 32. 33,
Baseball '31, '32, Swimining '33, Supervisor of Caf-
DINSMORE FINLY SCRUGGS
Treasurer Senior Class '33, Ili-Y, President '32, '33,
llonor League, Sophomore Representative, Athletic
Association, Junior Representative, Track '29, '31, '32,
Captain '34, Captain-Elect '33, Football '31, '32, Vir-
ginia High School Literary a11d Athletic League Con-
tests '31, '3z, Monogram Club, Chemistry Club, Hi-Y
and G. H. S. C. Play '33, Cafeteria Assistant, Boys'
Glee Club, Senior Banquet Committee.
JEAN EMBREE .
f S ' r Class' National Honor Soci
Valedictorian o cnio ,
ety, Honor League, Tennis '32, '33, G. I-I. S. C. 3-
'33, French Club '32, Students Advisory Council '32
'33, Athletic Association, Debating '33.
DOUGLAS LEE BAKER
Senior Class Poet, National Honor Society, Quill
and Scroll, Critic Staff, Poetry Editor '32, Crexvt Staff
Assistant Editor, Athletic Association, Honor League
Connnercial Club, O. G. A., Cafeteria Cashier and
Cl l Second Honorary
Accountant, Periwinkle Poetry u 1,
ARTHUR KINGSLEY STEVENS, IR.
Critic, Assistant Editor '32, Editor-in-Chief '33
Crest, Editor-in-Chief '33I National Honor Societw
Quill and Scroll, Boys' Public Reading Contest '33
Honor League, Athletic Association, Stamp Club
' l Cl b Tennis '33' NVinner
Secretary '33, Spamsi .uhg ,
Essay Contest Cooperative Building and Loan.
MARJORIE LEE ADKINS
Athletic Association: Girls' High School Clubg David
Garrick Players, Secretary 'gzg Senior Play: French
JOHN SPOTSVVOOD ALLEN
David Garrick Players: Senior Play: Athletic Asso-
ciationg Honor Leagueg Students Advisory Council.
BILLY DAVID ANDERSON
Athletic Associationg Band: Honor League.
EMILY JANE ARMSTRONG
Athletic Association: Honor League: B2 Clubg David
Garrick Players, Corresponding Secretary, ,33Q Spanish
Cluhg C'f1.fl'C Staff, Exchange Editor .332 C-rw! Staff,
Senior Class Editor 133.
FRANCES NVOODFIN AVERETT
Athletic Association: I-Ionor Lengueg French Clulsg
David Carrick Players: Senion Playg Senior Banquet
Committeeg Girls' High School Cluhg I-hgh 1'-imcx
Stall '3lg Girls' Glue Clull.
HENRIETTA APPERSON BARKER
l Vice-President Sophomore Class: Vice-President ,Tun-
xor Classy Athletic Association, Vice-President '33g Lee
Litcrary Societyg Honor League: Cheer Leader '3:g
Critic Staff '32Q High Times Stal? '3::: Senior Council.
HERSY GRANT BASHAM, JR.
David Carrick Players: Spanish Cluhg Honor Lcagncg
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ROBERT EDNVARD BAXANDALL
Band '29, '30, '32, Honor League, Athletic Associa-
tion, Spanish Club. .
ELEANOR RUDISILL BIGGS
National Honor Society, Critic Staff, Scrapbook
Editor y32j Crext Staff, Senior Class Editor '33: David
Carrick Players, Basketball, Valley Ball, Swimming,
and Tennis, Girls' High School Club, Vice-President
'33, Girls' Monogram Club '32, Athletic Association,
Lee Literary Society, Honor League, French Club,
Secretary and Treasurer '32, Art Club.
CATHERINE ALICE BLACKSTOCK
Commercial Club, Honor League, Athletic Associa-
tion, O. G. A., Competent Typist, Hiyh, Time: Typist
EMILY LOUISE BLAKLEY
Athletic Association, Honor League, Commercial
Club, Girls' Glee Club, Librarian '32, Treasurer ,331
B2 Club, Secretary and Pianist '31, '32, '33, O. G. A.,
David Carrick Players, Senior Play, State Commercial
Contests '31, Competent Typist, Library Council.
VVINSTON HARRISON BLANKENSI-IIP
National Honor Society, Senior Council, Commercial
Club, Athletic Association, Honor League, 0. G. A.,
Students Advisory Council, Cafeteria Accountant and
Cashier, Critic Typist.
' MARY ELIZABETH BLANKS
Senior Council, Honor League, B2 Club: Commercial
Club, Reporter '32, ,331 Athletic Association, O. G. A.,
Critic Typist '32, '33, Crest Stal? '33: Cafeteria Typist.
THEODORE G. BOSXVELL
Orchestra, Boys' Glee Club, Athletic Association.
1933 Ghz Qllriticsflres
RUSSELL VERNON BOWERS
Chemistry Club: Band '30-'332 Boys' Glee Club:
Orchestra '3o-'32:- Library Council: -Honor League:
Crvxt Staff: Athletic Association: Tennis: Senior Play.
XVILLIAM 1.-X MES BOXVLING
Honor League: Athletic Association: Boys' Glee
HELEN MAYS B RADLEY
Honor League: Students Advisory Council: Spanish
Club, Secretary '33: Athletic Association.
DOROTHY MAY BREMERMAN
Quill and Scroll: High Time.: Stall, Alumni Editor
'33: Junior French Club: Girls' High School Club:
Cafeteria Assistant: Honor League: Athletic Associa-
GEORGE DANIEL BROOKS, JR.
Spanish Club: Athletic Association: Honor League.
MENZIA ADONARIOUM BROOKS
Commercial Club, Sergeant-at-Arms '31, '32: David
Carrick Players: Band, Drum Major '33: Baseball:
Honor League: O. G. A.: Athletic Association.
OSCAR JULIAN B.Rx'ANT, JR,
Honor League: Athletic Association: Uernmn Club:
Boys' Glee Club.
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VVADE HAMPTON BULLARD, JR,
Spanish Club: Boys' Glee Clubg Athletic Association.
ROBERT S. BURRUSS
' Chemistry Cluhg Athletic Associatioug Footballg
.Frackg Honor League.
High Time.: Staif, Reporter '33, Typist '32, ,33Q
Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg David Garrick
Playersg Oflice Assistantg Girls' Basketballg Library
Couucxlg Commercial Clubg O, G. A.
THOMAS HUNTER CALLAHAM
Athletic Associationg Banclg Orchestrag Honor League.
LENA MARIE CAMPBELL
Commercial Club: Cafeteria Assistautg Honor Leagueg
Athletic Associatioug Orchestrag Girls' Glee Club, Pres-
ident '32g B2 Club: Spanish Clubg David Garriclc
Players: Girls' Athletics.
WILLIAM ALEXANDER CARRINGTON
National Honor Society: Bandg Orchestrag French
Club, Xfice-President '339 Library Councilg Athletic
Associationg Honor League.
RUTH VIRGINIA CARROLL
Commercial Clubg O. G. A.g Honor Leagueg Athletic
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VIRGINIA CLAY CASEY
Honor Leagueg Athletic Association: Girls' Glee Clubg
B2 Clubg Commercial Club: O. G. A.g Junior High
Commercial Clubg Library Councilg Honor Leagueg
' RUBY VIRGINIA CHENAULT
Commercial Clubg Athletic Associationg Honor
League: O. G. A.
HALLIE SHINN CLAIBORNE
Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg Girls' High
School Club, Treasurer '32g French Club.
HAZEL GERTRUDE CLARK
National Honor Societyg Crest Typist '33S Critic
Typist ,33j O..G. A.g Commercial Clubg Honor Leagueg
Cafeteria Typist ,32, 'SHS Athletic Association.
JOHN VVHEAT COFER
Rustburg High School Grarluateg Athletic Associa-
tiong Chemistry Clubg Honor League.
NANCY ELIZABETH COFFEE
David Garrick Playersg Spanish Club: Girls' High
School Clubg Library Councilg Honor Leagueg Athletic
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ALFRED CLIFTON COLEMAN
Baseball, Varsity 'gog Football, Varsity '31, l321
Monogram Club '30, '31, ,325 Athletic Associationg
Honor Leagueg Spanish Cluh.
CHARLES EDWA RD COLEMAN
High Time: Staff, Humor Department ,32Q Football
'3lQ Athletic Associationg Honor League.
MARION IRENE COLEMAN
Commercial Clubg O. G. A.g B2 Clubg Athletic
Associationg Honor League: Girls' Glee Club.
MARY POWELL COPLEY
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Girls' Glee
gulg, Secretary 'gzg French Cluhg Girls' High School
MARIE ARTHUR CGSTAN
High Times Stalifg Athletic Association: French Clubg
Honor Leagueg Lee Literary Societyp B2 Cluhg Girls'
Glee Clubg Baskethallg Volley Ball. V
VVILLIAM GILBERT COTHRAN, JR.
Athletic Associationg Commercial Clubg Honor
League: Cafeteria Accountant '323 High Times Stalf,
Assistant Business Manager '32, Business Manager 33.
EDWARD CRAIGHILL COUSINS
Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg. Hi:Y, Chaplain
'33S Track: Spanish Club, Vice-President 32.
CHEXRLOTTE CATHERINE COX
Girls' High School Club, Honor League, Athletic
Association, Art Cluh.
GEORGE WOOD CRAFT
Spanish Club, Sergeant of Arms '32, Treasurer ,335
Football, Track, Varsity '31, '32, '33, Assistant Cap-
tain '33, Monogram Cluh, Athletic Association.
BEULAH JACQUELINE CRUTE
Basketball, Swimming: Girls' High School Club,
French Cluh, Honor League, Athletic Association:
NANCY MILLER DABNEY
French Club, President ,331 Girls' High School Club,
Davicl.Garrick Players, Honor League, Senior Banquet
Committee: Athletic Association.
Sparnisli Cluh, Comrnercial Cluh, Tennis, Athletic
Associatlong I.il:rary Council.
RUTH LAVINDER DILLAR D
Honor League, Athletic Association: David Carrick
Players. Chairman Program Committee ,332 French
Club: Girls' High School Clnli, High Tnfnms Reporter
'29, Bzzskethzill, NVilsonian Literary Society.
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EVELYN FRANCES DIUGUID
French. Club: Athletic Association: Girls, High School
Club: Hlyll Times Staff: Honor League.
MAXINE ELLIOTT DODD
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'David Carrick Players: Athletic Association: Girls'
High School Club: Honor League: French Club.
MARGUERITE ERLE DOLLINS
vChemistry Club: Stamp Club: Athletic Association:
Girls' Glee Club.
ALBERT RUSSELL DOSS, JR.
Hi-Y: Spanish Club: Athletic Association: High
Timex Stall: Honor League.
Critic Staff: Basketball: Swimming: Tennis: Mono-
gram Club: Girls' High School Club: French Club:
Honor League: Athletic Association.
CHRISTINE MAGDALENE ELLIS
High Timex Staff: Commercial Club: State Com-
mercial Contests '3i: Cafeteria Typist '32, '33: O. G.
A.: Athletic Association: Honor League: Volley Ball:
Basketball: David Garrick Players.
AURIE GILES ENGLISH
David Carrick Players, Cnrrcsponcling Secretary '33:
Athletic Association: Girls' High School Club: Honor
League: German Club: Cafeteria Assistant.
FRANCES NATI-IOLIA ERNST
National Honor Society: Athletic AssociationAg fias-
kethall, Captain '31, '31, '33g Vollcy Ball, Captain 32,
Basehallg Monogram Cluhg Honor Leagueg O. G. A.
HARTXVELL SMITH EVANS
Critic Staff '31-'33, Poetry Editor '33g C-rznst Stattg
Quill and Scroll: French Club: Athletic Association:
EDGAR HTGHT FAUBER. IR.
'Honor League-5 Athletic Associationg Banrl.
NELLIE IRENE FEAGANS
Athletic Associationg Honor League.
LOUIS SOLOMON FEINMAN
Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg German Club,
President '32g Manager Football 'gzg Basketball:
Adelphian Dellating Society.
VIRGINIA BELLE FERGUSON
National Honor Society: Girls' Glee Clubg Library
Councilg David Carrick Players: French Clubg Girls'
High School Cluhg High Times Staff, Exchange Editor
,335 Athletic Associationg Honor League.
BLUMA MILDRED FINKEL
Davirl Carrick Playcrsg Oftice Assistzmtg Atlelphian
Debating Societyg Honor Leagueg Athletic Association:
Lee Literary Societyg B2 Cluhg High. Times Staff, Per-
sonals Editor '31, Advertising Manager 132.
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V LOYD GRAY FITZGERALD
ll Athletic Association: Honor League.
I RUBY KATHLEEN FLANAGAN
l i National llrmor Society: David Garrick Players:
l Girls' High School Cluh: German Club, Secretary. 32,
W President '33: Honor League: Office Assistant: Athletic
: Association: Critic' Stah '3z: Crest Stat? '33.
1 Commercial Club: Davirl Carrick Players: Library
Council: High Times Typist: Basketball: Tennis:
l Athletic Association: Honor League: B2 Club.
'I JAMES RICHARD FORD, JR.
l HJ' Rn,
l Criiic Staiif: High Times Staff: Quill and Scroll:
5 David Garrick Players: Senior Play: Honor League:
L Athletic Association.
' JOE ARMISTEAD FORD
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I' Band: Orchestra: Boys' iilee Club: Spanish Llnh:
lt Honor League: Athletic Association.
ll NVILLIAM URQUHART FOSTER. IR.
l Hi-Y: German Club: Athletic Association: Honor
'Il League: David Garrick Players.
: LULU FOURQUREAN
' National Honor Society: French Clnlx: Girls! High
School Club, Historian '33i Adelphian Debating Soci-
l ety: Honor League: Athletic Association: Senior Coun-
xl cil: David Carrick Players: High Times Staff, Ex-
il change Editor: Critic Staff, Assistant Art Editor: Crest
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MARY LUCILE FOX
National Honor Society: International High School
Artists' Society: Critic StaFf, Assistant Art Editor '331
Crest Staff: I-liglz Timer Stalt, Exchange Editor '33:
G. H. S. C.: Basketball: David Garrick Players: Stu-
rlents Advisory Council: French Club: Girls' Glee Club:
Athletic Association: Honor League.
FRANCES ELIZABETH FRALIN
Spanish Club: David Garrick Players: Athletic Asso-
ciation: Honor League: Basketball: Monogram Club:
A MARY GEARTRUDE FULCHER
National Honor Society: David Garrick Players:
Chemistry Club: French Club: Library Council: Bas-
ketball: I-Ionor League: Athletic Association.
MAURICE PRICE GOODEN
National Honor Society: Honor League: Athletic
Association: Football, Varsity '32: Basektball, Manager
,33j Track: Crifir and Crest Staffs, Circulation Man-
GEORGE CHARLES GRAFF
Honor League: Athletic Association: German Club,
Treasurer '32: Chemistry Club, Chairman of Program
Committee: David Garriclc Players.
VERNON LEO GRUB BS
Honor League: Athletic Association: High Times
Staff: Track: Spanish Club.
Varsity Basketball '30, '31, ,32, Captain '32: Varsity
Football '30, '31, Captain '33: Baseball: Monogram
Club: Athletic Association, President '33: German Club,
Sergeant-atfArms '33: David Garrick Players: Honor
League: Cafeteria Assistant.
EDNVARD FRANCIS HALEY
Hi:Yg Tennis: Track, Varsity '339 Monogram Cluhg
Spanish Club: Senior Councilg Honor Leagueg Athletic
Associationg High Times Staffg Lee Literary Societyg
LEWIS EDXlV.AxRD HARLOVV
Commercial Clubg O. G. A.g Athletic Associatioug
Honor Leagueg Baskethallg Track.
GEORGE BERNARD HAWKINS
Athletic Associationg French Cluhg Honor League.
'DOROTHY ELIZABETH HAVVKINS
Library Couricilg Girls' High School Cluhg High
Timex Staffg Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Com-
ELIZABETH PERCY HAWKINS
Chemistry Clubg B2 Club, Treasurer ,33Q French
Clubg Honor Leagueg Athletic Association.
VICTOR OTIS HAVVKINS
Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg Commercial
Club: O. G. A.g Monogram Clubg Varsity Basket-
CARTER EDWARD HAYMES
National Honor Societyg High Times Staff, Managing
Editor '33: Bandg Orchestrag Crest Staff '33g Honor
Leagueg Quill and Scrollg Boys' Glee Clubg Athletic
Associationg Chemistry Club.
LOUISE OCIE HENDERSON
Commercial Club: Critic Typistg O. G. A.g High
Times Typistg Athletic Associationg Honor League.
ELMO HERMAN HICKS
French Club, Treasurer, '32g Honor Leagueg Athletic
RICHARD CONVVAY HICKSON
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Hi-Y, President
'32Q David Garrick Players: Senior Playg French Club:
Critic and Crest Staffs, Art Editor '339 Students'
Advisory Council: Senior Banquet Committee.
ATHALIE CARMEL HIGI-IT
O. G. A.: B2 Club: Athletic Associationg Honor
Leagueg Cafeteria Typist.
VIRGINIA RUTH HILL
B2.Clubg Spanish Club: Honor League: Athletic
Assocxationg Girls' Glee Clubg Cafeteria Assistant.
JULIA ELSIE HOLLAND
Athletic Associationg Honor League.
National Honor Societyg French Clubg Tennis Teamg
Monogram Clulmg Students Advisory Councilg Latin
Tournament '33: Critic and Critic-C'rz-.rt Staffs '33:
Honor League: Athletic Association.
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David Garrick Players, Mistress of Makeup '33:
French Club: Girls' High School Club: Quill and
Scroll: Athletic Association: Honor League: Critic
gtaff, Feature Editor '33: Crest Staff 33: Chemistry
l-lonor League: Athletic Association: Girls' High
School Club: German Club, Vice-President '33Z Lee
Literary Society: M. R. S. Degree.
ISA BELLE CORBETT HORTON
Girls' High School Club: French Club: Honor League:
Crffir Staff '32: Senior Banquet Committee: Athletic
Association: David Carrick Players, Vice-l'resiclent '33,
JOHN GARLAND HOUSER, jk.
Track: Football, Varsity '3o: Spanish Club, Sergeant-
at-Arms '33: Athletic Association: Honor League.
KATHLEEN MAE HOXVARD
Athletic Association: Honor League: Commercial
Cluh: BY Club: 0. G. A.: Cafeteria Typist: State
Commercial Contests '31.
KENNETH RUCKER HUDSON
Fnotliall: Commercial Club.. .Official Greater 'gzg
Ilonor League: Athletic Association.
JAMES BOOKER HUTTER. JR.
Hiylz Timor, Sports Editor '32: German Club: Honor
League: Athletic Association: Monogram Club: Foot-
ball, Varsity '31, '32, Assistant Captain '3z: Basket-
ball, Varsity y32, '33, Assistant Captain '335 Track,
Varsity '3x: Tennis: Boys' Glee.Club: ChapelvCom4
mittee: Lee Literary Society: Senior Play: Hi-X.
DORAL EDVVARD IRVIN
Commercial Club: I Athletic Association: Honor
League: VV1lsonian Literary Society.
A N NIE LOUISE JACOBS
National Honor Society: Commercial Club, Secre-
tary ,32, Treasurer '33: Chapel Committee, Chairman:
Students Advisory Council: Critic and Crest Stalis,
Manager of Typists '33: Athletic Association, Represen-
tative '32: Cafeteria and English Department Typist:
O. G. A.: State Commercial Contests '3l.
DOROTI-I Y JESTER
National Honor Society: Honor League: French Club:
Library Council, President '32: Critic Staff, Scrapbook
Editor '33: Crest Staff, Senior Class Eidtor '33: David
Garrick Players: Girls' High School Club: Lee Literary
Society: Athletic Association.
MARY ELIZABETH JONES
Commercial Club: Athletic Association: Girls' Glee
Club: O. G. A.: Honor League.
HENRIETTE WISE JONES
National Honor Society: Quill and Scroll: Junior
French Club, Vicc'President '32: Critic' Staff, Literary
Editor '33: Crest Staff, Literary Editor '33i Girls'
High School Club, President '33: Athletic Association:
Cafeteria Assistant: Honor League.
FRANCES LA VANNE JONES
-Rusthurg High School Graduate: Chemistry Club,
Vice-President ,333 Girls' High School Club: Athletic
HENRY THOMAS JORDA N
Hi-Y: Honor League: David Carrick Players: Ger-
man Club: 'High Time: Staif: Crest Staff: Critic StaE,
Humor Editor '33: Monogram Club: Track, Varsity
'32: .Cheer Leader '3i: Band: Orchestra: Athletic
Association: Boys' Glec Club.
VIRGINIA ELIZABETH KABLER
Honor League: Athletic Association: Junim' French
Club: Chemistry Club: Lee Literary Society.
MARIAN LOUISE KABLER
National Honor Society, Vice-President '33: Senior
Council: Girls' Glee Club, Vice-President '32: G. H.
S. C., Treasurer '33: Chemistry Club, President '33:
Junior French Club, President '32, '33g Critic StaFf,
Exchange Editor: Crest Staff, Senior Class Editor '33:
Honor League: Cafeteria Assistant: Athletic Associa-
tion: Basketball: Valley Ball: Tennis: Swimming.
DUVAL BICKFORD KELLEY
Athletic Association: Honor League: Spanish Club.
FRANCES VERNON KEMP
Critic StaPf, Alumni Editor '335 Crest Staff '33:
French Club: G. H. S. C.: Athletic Association: Lee
Literary Society: Honor League.
JOHN EDWARD KERSEY
Athletic Association: Junior French Club, Treasurer
'33: Honor League.
SARA I-IALEY KIRKPATRICK
National Honor Society: 'French Club.: Davicl Car'
rick Players, Recording Secretary: Athletic Association:
XVILLIAM BULLOCK KIZER
Critic Staff, Advertising Manager '33i Spanish Club,
Treasurer '32: Lee Literary Society: Boys' Glee Club:
Library Council, Treasurer '33: Honor League: Athletic
Afsfaciation: Debating Team '3z: Hi-Y: Chemistry
C u i.
IRENE PEARL KNAACK
National Honor Society: Athletic Association: Com-
mercial Club, Reporter '3z: O. G. A.: Cv-mr Typist '33:
Cafeteria Tvpist: High Times and English Department
Typist: Honor League.
JERENE IDA KNAACK
National Honor Society: Honor League: Athletic
Association: Commercial Cluh, Reporter '3.:: O. G. A.:
Critic Typist '33: High Timm and English Department
Typist: Cafeteria Typist.
JOHN CASKIE KNIGHT
Treasurer Junior Class: Spanish Club, President '32g
Hi-Y: Senior Council: Lee Literary Society: Honor
League: Athletic Association.
HERMAN MORRIS KOSLONV
Spanish Club: HMI: T-imrs, Reporter '32: Honor
League: Athletic Association.
VVTLLIAM EDGAR KYLE, IR.
Athletic Association: Hi-Y: Spanish Club: Honor
JAMES COLEMAN LANDRUM
"I, C." 1
Commercial Club: G. Ar: 'Cafeteria Accountant:
Honor League: Athletic Association.
JULIA FRANCES LAWSON
Athletic Association: Girls' Glee Club, Pianist: Davirl
Carrick Players: Honor League.
GARNETT O'vVEN LEE, JR.
Football, Track, Manager '31, Monogram Club,
Spanish Club, Honor League, Athletic Association.
LUTHER BENJAMIN LE GRANDE, JR.
Football, Spanish Club, 'Hi-Y, Honor League,
Athletic Association, Art Cluh.
VVILLIAM EVERETT LONG, IR.
High Times, Associate Editor '32, Assistant Editor-
in-Chief ,332 Quill and Scroll, Vice-President 133,
Library Council, President '333 German Cluh, Secre-
tary '33, Crvst '33, Treasurer Sophomore Class, Hi-Y,
Athletic Association, Honor League, Lee Literary Soci-
ety, Senior Play Committee, Cafeteria.
CAROLYN FLEET MAHER
Spanish Club, Honor League, Athletic Association.
IVAN HILL MARTIN
Honor League: Athletic Association, Tennis, Critic
Statfg Crest Staff.
ROBERT DUVAL MARTIN
Honor League, Athletic Association.
DOROTHY MABEL MASON
Varsity Basketball '30, '31, '32, '33, XIOIICY' Ball:
Tennis, Girls' Monogram Club: Athletic Association,
Honor League, High Ti'mc.v, Class News '30, Sports
GORDON TURNER MASON
David Carrick Players: Spanish Club: High Timex
Stali, Associate Editor '33: Quill and Scroll: Chemistry
Club: Athletic Association: Honor League.
FLORENCE KTMBROUGI-l MASSIE
French Club: David Carrick Players: Lee Literary
Society: Senior Council: l-lonor League: Athletic Asso-
EDN,-X EA RLE MATHEN Y
Commercial Club: 0. G. High Times StaFf '33:
Honor League: Athletic Association.
NELLIE MOORMAN MAYBERRY
National Honor Society: Junior French Club, Secure:
tary '32, '33: Honor League: Athletic Association:
Girls' High School Club: Library Council: Cafeteria
Assistant: Girls' Glee Club: Critiir Staff, ,332 C'rc.rt
GLADYS EARLE MAYHENV
Commercial Club: 0. G. A.: Competent Typist: Bf
Club: Athletic Association: Honor League: Girls' Glee
Club: Lee Literary Society.
ROBERT FLETCHER MAYS
Commercial Club: Boys' Glee Club: Beginners'
Band: Band: Athletic Association: Honor League.
VIVIAN ER CELLE MCB RIDE
Commercial Club: Critic Typist '33C Athletic Asso-
ciation: Honor League: O. G. A.
MARGARET GERTRUDE MCGUIRE
Commercial Club, High Timex Staff '32, Athletic
Association, Honor League, O. G. A.
MARY BEVERLY MCKENNA
B2 Club, Commercial Club, O. G. A., High Timer
Stat? ,33Q Athletic Association, Honor League.
FREDERICK VVILLIAM MCWANE, JR.
Hi-Y Club, President '31, President District No. 2
'32, Honor League, Vice-President ,33Q Spanish Club,
Boys' Glee Club, Monogram Club, Manager of Basket-
ball '31, Head Cheer Leader '32, Athletic Association,
Chairman Senior Banquet Committee, David Garrick
Players, Stage Manager '31,
LAWRENCE HENRY MCWANE
Honor League, Students Advisory Council, Athletic
Association, Football, Baseball, Hi-Y, Chaplain '31,
'32, Secretary '33, High Time: Staff, German Club.
XVILLIAM RICHARD MEADE
National Honor Society, Treasurer '33S Commercial
Club, O. G. A., Honor League, Cafeteria Cashier and
Accountant, Senior Council.
GEORGE ARTHUR MEIDLING, IR.
Band, Orchestra, Athletic Association.
FRANKLIN SAMUEL MILLER
Honor League, Athletic Association, German-Club,
Treasurer '33, Chemistry Club, Treasurer '33, Band,
David Carrick Players,
MARGARET SYDNOR MOON
Spanish Clubg Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg
HENRY SHEPARD MOON
Athletic Associationg Bandg Honor League.
DOROTHY MAE MORRILL
Junior French Club, President '3.2g Girls' High
School Clubg High Times, Class News '33g Crest '33Q
Athletic Associationg Honor League.
CHARLES EDVVARD MORRIS
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Basketlrallg
FLORENCE EVERT MOUNT
Girls' High School Club: French Cluhg Athletic
Associaliong Lee Literary Sucietyg Honor League.
LAURA MURRIE .
' Athletic Association: Honor League.
DOROTHY MILDRED NEAS
Critic Typist '32, '33g Honor Lcagueg O. G. A.:
.Efhlletic Associationg Commercial Club: Girls' Glee
'l J. L
XVALTER ROVVBOTTOM NEXSEN
Library Council: Honor League: Spanish Club:
Athletic Association: Football: Manager Track Team
'33: Monogram Club.
JAQUELIN AMBLER NICHOLAS
Honor Society: Girls' High School Club:
rick Players, Vice4President '32: French
President '33l Athletic Association: Honor
u r Play: Ji ior High Girl Reserves.
. :AJ I
W. HENRY NO LIN, JR.
Boys' Glee Club: Athletic Association: Honor League:
ELIZABETH VVILSON OBERFELL
Girls' High School Club: David'Garrick Players:
Honor League: Junior French Club: Athletic Associa-
tion: Basketball: Lee Literary Society.
RACHEL VIRGINIA O'BRIEN
Honor League: Athletic Association: Girls' High
School Club: Cafeteria Assistant: Bu Club: Tennis:
FRANCES HONVARD OLIVER
Honor League: Athletic Association: O. G. A.:
Commercial Club: Tynist for English Department:
0. A. T.: Girls' Glee Club.
DANIEL L. OPPLEMAN
National Honor Society: High Times Staff, Associate
Editor ,32, Editor-in-Chief '33: S. 1. P. A. Delegate
'33: Quill and Scroll: German Club: French Club,
Vice-President '33: Lee Literary Society: Secretary
Sophomore Class: Athletic Association: Honor League:
Gorgas Essay Medal: David Garrick Players: Com-
,N gum- '
VVILLIAM MURRELL PARRISH
Athletic Association, I-lonor League, Spanish Club.
SAMUEL WALLACE PATTERSON
O. G. A., Commercial Club, Reporter '32, President
,32, Vice-President '33, llonor League, Athletic Asscci-
ation, Lee Literary Society, Hi-Y, Track,'Library
Stalf, Vice-President, '32, '33i Library Council.
W'EST ADAMS PAYNE
Quill and Scroll, Athletic Association, Football,
Manager of Track, Honor League, Monogram Club,
Senior Council, Spanish Club, Secretary '32, Library
Council, Hi-Y, David Garrick Players, Assistant Busi-
ness Manager, Business Manager, President, Business
Manager of Senior Play, Senior Banquet Committee,
High Times Staff, Sports Editor '32, Assistant Manag-
ing Editor '33.
CLAYTON SAM PEELER
Hi-Y, French Club, Sergeant-at-Arms '33, Chemistry
Club, Athletic Association, Tennis, Monogram Club.
LOIS VIRGINIA PERKTNS
B2 Club, French Club: Athletic Association, Tennis,
Honor League, Library Council, David Carrick Players,
ROBERT RANDOLPH PHILLIPS
Athletic Association, French Club, Track Team '33.
ETHEL COLLINSON PLUNKETT
Spanish Club, Athletic Association, Honor League.
L asf-7 . - 4.
IRVIN FLORY POWELL
Commercial Club: O. G. A.: Athletic Association:
WALTER BREWER POVVELL, JR.
Spanish Club: Honor League: Athletic Association:
High Time: Staff: Crest Stalf: Monogram Club: Var-
sity Track '32, '33: Lee Literary Society: Cheer Leader
'3z: First Prize Winner in Scholastic Awards National
Sports' Story Contest. '
MARIANNE WOOD PREBLE
Girls' Glee Club: Athletic Association: Honor League:
Girls' High School Club: Spanish Club, Vice-President
'33: Quill and Scroll: ,Crifir Stalt: Crest Staff,
French Club: Chemistry Club: Girls' High School
Club: Athletic Association: Honor League: Critic Stall:
Crvst Staff: David Garrick Players.
French Club: Swimming: Varsity Basketball '32, '33:
Baseball: Girls' High School Club: David Garrick
Players: Athletic Association: Honor League: High
Tinmx Staff, Exchange Editor '32.
THOMAS NORMAN REA
Commercial Club, Vice'-President '32: Honor League:
Football: Basketball: Varsity Track '32, '333 Senior
Council: Athletic Association: Critic Stalf, Business
BERNARD DINSMORE REAMS
David Garrick Players: Honor League, Senior Rep-
resentative: Football: Senior Play: Track Team, Yar-
sity '33: Spanish Club: Criiir Staff, Humor Editor
'31, '32: Basketball.
VVILFORD RAYMOND REAMS
Athletic Association: Honor League.
REBECCA MILDRED .REYNOLDS
B2 Club: Athletic Association: Honor League: Girls'
Glee Club: Girls' High School Club: French Club.
ERNEST DEWITT RHODES
Honor League: Athletic Association: Commercial
Club: Home Room Representative '33: Spanish Club.
HONVARD WILLARD RHODES, JR.
Athletic Association: Library Council: Hi-Y: David
Carrick Players, Assistant Stage Manager '335 Span-
Honor League: French Club: B2 Club: Athletic
JOHN DANIEL RIPLEY, IR.
Cllyhletic Association: Honor League: Hi-Y: Spanish
MABEL ROBERTA ROBERSON
Athletic Association: Commercial Club: Critic Typist
'32: Cafeteria Typist '3o, '3rg Honor League: State
Commercial Contests '3o.
MYRTLE RITA ROBERTSON
B2 Club, Historian '32, Vice-President '33: David
Garrick Players: Senior Play: French Club: Chemistry
gluhgill-lonor League: Athletic Association: Library
VIRGINIA FRANCES ROBERTSON
High Times Staff, Personals '31: Athletic Associa-
tion: Girls' High School Club: Chemistry Club: French
Club: Honor League.
HOWELL A. ROBINSON
Football, Varsity 'gzg David Garrick Players: Band:
Orchestra: Honor League: Athletic Association.
Spanish Club, Athletic Association: Honor League.
S UE AUGUSTA ROSS
David Carrick Players, Mistress of NVarclrobe '32,
Chairman of Makeup Committee '335 Athletic Associ-
ation: Honor League: Girls' High School Club: German
Club: Cafeteria Assistant: Senior Council.
MARGARET ELINOR ROXVELL
National Honor Societv: Quill and Scroll, President
'33: Girls' High School Club, Secretary '33C High
Times Staff, Assignment Editor '3z. '33: David Gar-
rick Players, Treasurer '3z: French Club: Senior Play:
I-lonor League: Athletic Association.
JACK TINSLEY RUCKER
National Honor Society: High. Times Stall, Headlines
'31, Associate Editor '32: Quill and Scroll, Secretary
'32: Lee Literary Society: Athletic Association: Adel-
phian Debating Society: Honor League: Junior French
Club, Treasurer '3z: Library Council.
MILDRED JANE RUSH
Honor League: Commercial Club: O. G. A.: Girls'
Glee Club: Athletic Association.
DOROTHY DANNIE RUSSELL
Girls' High School Club: Honor League: Athletic
Association: Art Club.
EDITH MAE SALE
Honor League: Athletic Association: Basketball:
Volley Ball: Tennis: Swimming: Girls: T-Iigh School
Club: B2 Club: Girls' Glee Club: Periwinkle Poetry
Club, Treasurer '33.
FRANCES CLARI CE SALE
Commercial Club: B2 Club: O. G. A.: Honor League:
Athletic Association: Cafeteria Typist.
JOHN KATHERINE SCOTT
.Honor Leanne: Senior Play: Athletic Association:
Girls' Glee Club: Girls' High School Club: French
Club: Lee Literary Society: Library Council: Cafeteria
MABEL LEE SCOTT
B2 Club: Girls' Glee Club: Spanish Club: Honor
League: Cafeteria Assistant.
HILDA SADIE SCRUGGS
National Honor Society, Secretary '33i Commence-
ment Speaker: Critic Staff, Business Manager '33:
Library Council, Secretary '33: O. G. A.: B2 Club:
Commercial Club, Secretary 132, Treasurer '31-'32:
Honor League, Secretary '33: Athletic Association:
Critic, High Times and Cafeteria Typists Manager:
Secretary to President of Virginia Commercial Teachers
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DORIS WRIGHT SCYPHERS
B2 Clubg Commercial Cluhg Girls' Glee Cluhg Spanish
Clubg Athletic Association: Honor Leagueg Office Assist-
antg Girls' High School Club.
RAYMOND PLUNKETT SHARP
Commercial -Club, President 'JISC Honor League:
Athletic Associationg Cafeteria Accountautg 0. G. A.
CHILTON HURT SHORTER
Honor Leagueg Athletic Association.
ALICE ANN SINGLETON
French Clubg Baskethallg Honor Leagueg Girls, Glee
Clubg Cafeteria Assistant.
MARGARET LENNON SINGLETON
Girls' High School Clubg Athletic Associationg High.
Times Staff. '
MANIE PEYTON SLAYMAKER
Junior French Club: Girls' High School Cluhg David
Carrick Playersg High Timcs Typist '33: Athletic Asso-
ciaticmg Honor Leagueg Library Council.
MAE ELIZABETH SMITH
High, Times Stail' '32, '33g Cafeteria Typistg State
Commercial Contests '3IQ Commercial Clubg O. G. A.:
Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Volley Bally Bas-
ketballg David Garrick Players.
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RUBY CHRISTINE SMITH
National Honor Society: Commercial Club, Secre-
tary '33: Honor League: Athletic Association: Cafete-
ria Typist: Critic and Crm! Typist, Assistant Business
Manager ,333 O. G. A.
XVENDELL BENJAMIN SMITH
French Club: Honor League: Athletic Association.
CLIFTON LEONARD SNIDOW
Critir Staff, Feature Editor '33: Crest Staff, Faculty
Editor: Stamp Club, President '33C Honor League:
Athletic Association: French Club, Secretary and Treas-
urer '33: Chemistry Club.
NVILLIAM CORBIX SOXVERS. jk.
Iunior French Club, Vice-President '3a: High 7'imv.r
staff, Art Editor '32: Athletic Association: Honor
XVILLIAM HENRY SPENCER, IR.
Band: Orchestra: French Club: Honor League:
Stamp Club: Chemistry Club: C1'I'fl'L' Staff, Assistant
Humor Editor '33: Crest Staff: Library Council.
MYRTLE ELIZA BETH SPRO UCE
Commercial Cluh: Honor League: Athletic Associa'
tion: O. G. A.: Library Staff.
MARY ELIZABETH STAPLES
Junior French Club: Girls' High School Club:
Athletic Association: Girls' Glee Club: Cafeteria Assist-
ant: l-Ionor League: Cririr Staff, Exchange Editor '33:
Crexf Stuff, Senior Class Editor '33.
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ROBERT BAYARD STEPHENS, JR.
Boys' Glee Club, Honor League, Athletic Associa'
tion, Spanish Club, David Garrick Players.
HORACE EDXVIN STEPPE
Commercial Club, Honor League, O. G. A., Athletic
Associatic v11. '
MARY W'HlTE STOVALL
Lee Literary Society, Athletic Association, Girls'
High School Club, Honor League.
LOUISE MILDRED STRATTON-
Girls' High School Club, .French Club, Davicl Gar-
rick Players, Athletic Association.
E. DOLORES SVVANSON
"DO," DODO," "CLOW'NlE"
Critic Staff, Assistant Literary Editor '33: Crest
Staff, High Ti-mes Staff, Athletic Association, Honor
League, Library Council: Basketball, Volley Ball,
Baseball, Tennis, Swimming, Junior French Club:
Girls' High School Club.
MARY ANN SNVINGLEY
St. Mary's School, Knoxville, lllinois, Chemistry
Club, Athletic Association, Tennis, Hockey, Basketball,
Baseball, Soccer, Track, Swimming, Vice-President
Freslixnaii Class, Secretary and 'Treasurer Sophomore
ELEA NOR TAN KERSLEY
Commercial Club, O. G. A., B2 Club, Athletic Asso-
ciation, Honor League, Girls' Glee Club.
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MARION PAGE TATE
Athletic Association: B2 Club: Honor League.
HERBERT FRANKLIN TEAGUE
Junior French Club: Athletic Association: Library
IRMA LEE THAXTON
Athletic Association: Commercial Club: Girl Re-
serves: O. G. A.: Honor League.
MARGUERITE VlRGlNIA THOMPSON
Honor League: Athletic Association: O. G. A.:
Commercial Club: B9 Club: O. A. T.: Girls' Glee
Club: Typist for English Department.
ROBERT DANIEL THORNHILL
Spanish Club: Stamp Club: David Carrick Players,
Stage- Manager' '33: Orchestra: Library Council:
Athletic Association. -
ALFRED HARVVOOD TRAYLOR
Athletic Association: David Garrick Players: Chem-
Cluh: Honor League: Senior Play: Boys' Glee
NANNIE OLIVIA TREVEY
Girls' High School Club: Spanish Club: Athletic
Association: Honor League.
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MARGARET VIRGINIA TUCKER
B: Club: Athletic Association: German Club: David
Carrick Players: Spanish Club: Honor League.
NELLIE LE GRANDE TUCKER
Commercial Club: B2 Club: Honor League: Athletic
Associati 1: C my Pypist.
FRAN SAMUEL TURNER
National Honor Socieiy: Athletic Association: llonor
HARRY POINDEXTER VAN LEAR, JR.
Hi-Y: David Carrick Players: Athletic Association:
Honor League: Library Council: Spanish Club.
VIRGINIA LOUISE VANES
Junior French Club, Secretary ,332 German Club:
Library Council: Girls' High School Club: Honor
League: Athletic Association.
EVELYN FRANCES VIAR
National Honor Society: Honor League: B2 Club:
Commercial Clnh: Library Typist: High T1.lI1L'J Typist.
JOE F. VIAR
Honor League: Athletic Association: Spanish Cluh:
Monogram Club: Student Manager of Football '3z.
ELMO PRESTON XVALDRON
Commercial Club: Athletic Association: Honor
League: O. G. A.: Boys' Glee Club.
EUGENE BAXTER XVALKER
Honor League: Athletic Association: Boys' lilee Club.
JAMES EL BERT VVARE
Honor League: Commercial Club: O. G. A.: Athletic
ROBERT GOODVVIN XVARE
Dzvill Garrick Plavers, Assistant Business Manager
,33QlI'fiflllY'11l.HLl'.Y Stall, Reporter '32: Track: Boys' Cilec
Club: Athletic Associznion.
CARLTON NO RVELLE NVEBB
Athletic Association: Commercial Club: Spanish Club:
FRANCES KATHERINE NVELLS
'National Honor Society: Quill and Scroll: French
Club, President, '32: High Timex Staff. '32: Chemistry
Club' G. H. S. C.: Crest Staff '33: Sturlents Advisory
Council: Honor League: Oihce Assistzmt: Athletic Asso-
ciation: Girls' Glce Club.
HARRY CECIL XVILLARD
National Honor Society: Athletic Association: Honor
Lcague: Junior French Club. Sergeant-at-Arms '3::
Library Council: High Tiuzrs Stal? '31,
fqqpnr. Lanz-W-si 'f' ' ""
MILDRED LOUISE XVILLIAMS
High Timo.: Stall, Reporter '32, '33g Commercial
Clubg B2 Clubg O. G. A.g Honor League: Athletic
Associationg Cafeteria Typistg Girls' Glee Club: Library
MOLLIE DARLI NG VVI NFREE
Athletic Association: Honor League.
JOSEPH ELMO WINGFIELD
Athletic Associationg Honor League: Spanish Clubg
Commercial Clubg Chemistry Club.
VIRGINIA ALICE l-VINGFIELD
Commercial Club: B2 Club: Athletic' Associationg
Honor Leagueg O. G. A.
EVELYN HELEN VVITT
Honor League: Athletic Associationg O. G. A.g
B2 Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Commercial Club.
MARGARET WILLIAMS WITT
Girls' High School Clulxg French Clubg Athletic
Associationg Honor League.
HUGH B. XVOOD, Ju.
Footballg Spanish Club: Honor Leagueg Athletic
Y , y
MARGARET LOUISE WOOD
Honor Leagueg B2 Clubg Commercial Club: O. G. A.g
Athletic Association: Basketball.
O. G. A.g Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Coin-
M, KATHERAN WOODSON
Athletic Association: Honor Leagueg Commercial
Clubg O. G. A.
CHARLES CARROLL NVOOLVVINE
'Football, Varsity '32g Varsity Track '32, '33, Cap-
tain '33Q Athletic Association: Honor League.
JULIA TALIAFERRO VVORTHINGTON '
Athletic gkssociationg Library Staffg B3 Club, Secre-
tary '32, Vice-President ,33Q German Club.
FRANK WILSON WRIGHT
Football: Basketball, Varsity ,32,.,33Q Tracltg Coni-
mercial Club, Treasurer ,322 Athletic Association: Lx-
brary Council, President '335 Monogram Club.
ALICE LEE YOUNGER
Library Councilg Girls' High School Clubg Critic
Staff, Feature Editor '33S Crest Staff '335 French Clubg
Athletic Association: Honor League.
E102 Qlltitit:QIt2St 1933
lacking Qheahzziln QEpiIugue
Fur in ilu' dill!-lit fzzturvlv stu,
Joy, 5tII'J'r7ZU, Infinity
Sfl'lZ?fL',1 f:HI'flIC'l' than cyl' can rcarll
Iirmn Ihr .vmzds of our ruzluirkiazg llfllfll.
ELAY awhile: the story is ended, but an epilogue is in
order. Therefore harken. oh Stars, to the Voice of
the Ages: "NVaste not opportunities but draw from
the1n and from life that which is most needful to thee.
Do this. and ye shall rise in the heavens of your fel-
low man's estimation till, verily, ye shall outshine
all other stars.
But behold 'tis not enough that ye should hold high
place in mortals' eyes. Nay, ye must also satisfy your
own conscience. And this, my children, is the most
arduous task set by the Supreme Power, who is the
god father of all stars. Go listen well, and take these words to heart. Do
naught that might retlect ill upon another: stoop not to dishonorable ways and
utterances: and at all times comport yourselves as becomes celestial bodies."
'l'hus speaks the thunderous voice of the Ages. And as the years roll on,
lo, the prophecy shall be fulfilled and many wondrous things shall come to pass!
For even as the Voice has spoken, so the Fates have decreed. lrle who follows
the advice given him shall find that his star rises, waxes more brilliant hourly,
even as the evening star scintillates in the western sky. But woe unto him who
disregards these words of guidance, for he shall drop lower and yet lower in
the skies of 11lCll'S estimation, till he sinks below the horizon and is irretriev-
ably lost. -
But notwithstanding some who shall fail, the Milky XVay of success still
shall blaze with those who have attained their desired orbit. And the music
made by the stars shall hll the heavens, for "there's not the smallest orb which
thou behold'st but in his motion like an angel sings," and even the minor notes
of the wayward stars go to make up a harmonious song. For know ye, that
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the adage holds true in the celestial as well as in the terrestial sphere: "lt takes
all kinds to make a world."
For even as there are seven sins we must avoid. so there are seven virtues
we must acquire: even as there are seven plagues to destroy us. there are seven
blessings of the church to protect us. For the seven prominent stars, there are
seven valuable metals: for the seven senses of man developed slowly through
his seven ages on earth, there is a Seventh Heaven of fuliillnient. There are
seven glowing lamps and seven wonders: but the greatest wonder, the sum of
theln all, is Life. Therefore guard it well: use it well. The blessing of your
.Xlma Mater goes with you. lfarewell.
Q6itI5' Sfltbletiw .
Saxton Basiciarizala. Tlarurs
Anne Lee Hinnant
JUN IOR 'l3As1ci5'1'BA LL
T isa M s
SENIQR X,O1.l.EY BALL TEAM
JUN1oiz VOLLEY BALL TEAM
Alice Helen Langdon
A. R. C. Lima Sixvizks
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Alice Lee Younger
Miss Kathleen Holmes
SC'I'gI'lllI I-ut-.-I rms
Mrs. Lillian F. Gregory,
linen Hy fl driver
Jack Van Lear
Hugh XV ood
Miss Harriette S. Bell
1933 dllhe Qiriticdlltest
Phyllis H orner.
Morris H aas,
Mr. Charles Abbot.
Mr. Roscoe Offlesby.
ears, ibigb School
Trans ll rar
Miss Pauline Fisher.
Miss Ruth Blunt,
Miss Helen Nelson,
l'. W. C. xl. :lil-z'i,vv
Mary Edith Gill
Mae Berkley Hawkins
Mary jane Sowers
Alice Lee Younger
7152 Square muh
F ranees Cochran,
dlibe Qlriticwllrest 1933
Eleanor Hill Larry MeW'ane, Special Edilars
Xiiirginia Hill Sr'crctm'y Gordon Mason
Rathleen Hudson '2H,unk5" lgaldock, Gordon Sabine
Margaret Ann Hooper Trcnsirrer Margaret Rowell
lxathleen Howard --CI.,1i,,-- Coming ,lack Rucker
Elizabeth Hawkins CQ 5, a " Mary Lewis
?'ecil lillaas IGP 11111517 . Herman Jones
Joris -illsinan , , ' "UW Walter Powell
Christine Hudson Lalgrl-'11, Baldofk- Dorothy Mason
Mary E. lrlillsman
Mary M. Miller
Edith Mae Sale
ibigb Giimes Staff
.+l.t.ri.vt. io Editor-in-Clliuf
xlxsisf, lllanagizry licliior
Assist. BllS1iIlL'.S'S lllcmagw'
T. Sloane Guy
Harrison De Laney
Ty lv 1'.s'1.t
Miss Moore -
fkrthur K. Stevens,
,--Ilssisfczzltx In the Editor
Alice Lee Younger,
.4 .r.ri.r l a ll ts
A.rsi.rtant Literary Editor
Senior Claxs Editors
Alice Lee Younger.
Hall of Fami-
.luziior and Sofvlmuiorv
S1ipePz'i.ror.r fltliletir Piigixr
Assi.rtaut Humor Editors
Ar.ri.rtant .flrl Editors
le6'lILllIl.Yt'f'lll.'i'S of 1932-33
Manager of T-vfvistx
Mrs. Addie T. Eure,
Miss Mary Spotswood Payne.
Mr. Blake E. Isley,
Mary Ann Swingley
Miss Beulah lffhipps.
D. F. Short
Hunter Van Lear
,lack Van Lear
.Xlice Lee 'Younger
High Tlllll'.V lv0fvn1'Iv1'
Oiffirial Clulv Rrfmricur
E. F. llurmahln,
Si1pr1'z'i.vii1g Field Trip
lligli 'l'in1r'.v Rrfmrtvr'
Ofliriul Club l?rfv0rte1'.r
E. F. Burmahln,
SIlf7Cl'i'l.Yl1lg Field Trip
Harrison De Laney
H. E, Fauleoner
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H. L, Jones. Jr.
Buys' 6122 Qllllh
T. Sloane Guy
Qbirls' Q6Iee Qllluh
Mary Connor '
Edith Mae Sale
T. Sloane Guy
C1l1I'l'llCf.Y Bass Isabelle Horton,
Carter l-laylmes Baldwin Tanner -Un!-'7"l'-V-V 0fff'flVU"ff"0111'
james hh"llllZ1I11S D .-Xurie English.
S ,rimrs . - -2 v
1 I baxnpllmlg T. Sloane Guy IXliliTii5i'i'riQi::fSiillf1A'0-rzlv
'IOC LOU' item Tllomhm lfrances Lawson,
Bl7I'lf0lIt'.Y Ixflllert lmxfllldilll Nancy Dabney,
Gordon .-X. Sabine
Mr. XY, L. lfreclericl:
Gordon A. Sabine
Mr. XV. L. lfreclerick
J. R. Ford
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.lli.rf1'z'.v.r uf Jllakz'-nfv
Nancy Shelton, I
Lena Campbell. Chairman.
Play Reading Cum mittee
Mrs. H, T. Nicholas.
1933 figbe Qlriticzfllltest
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IN LEARNING, LEARN TO SAVE
You are familiar with cloing things systematically and if you apply this methocl to
SAVING A PART OF EVERY DGLLAR you will always live inclepenclently.
Our Investment Plan will Interest You
ancl Shares Pay 6MiZ,
The Co-operative Building 84 Loan Association
219 9TH STREET A
Est. 1914 J. NEWTON GORDON, Secp.-Treas.
BUSINESS WANTS YOU
It is no longer necessary for high school graduates to look forward to entering the so-called learned
professions as the only approach to achievement and a worth-while life.
We invite you to give us the opportunity to tell you what our school can do for you, either as a
matter of making your college or university education more effective, in helping you Io business employ-
ment where you can earn advancement rapiclly, or in preparing you to go into business on your own
Your request by mail, telephone, or at our office will have immediate attention.
, Virginia Commercial College
PHONE 2057 LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
WHOLESALE RETAIL Compliments of
SERVICE DAIRY The Lynchburg
85 Chamber of Commerce
ICE CREAM CORP.
Wlzere Purity Reigns Supreme
Whose members take great pride in the
work of the I-Iigh School in developing
706 EIGHTH STREET PHONE 2196 future citizens of our city.
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SEVENTH AND MAIN STS.-AND-IO27 MAIN ST.
Open All Night at IOZ7 Main Street
jalmslon's, Wlwilman's, and Martha Washinglan Candies
Money Saving Prices on Drugs and Toiletries
- - - Have Your Eyes Examined - - -
We employ modern, scientihc methods and specialize in individual fittings of
styles and shapes of frames
Oculisls' Prescriplions Filled We grind our own lenses
OPTOMETRISTS and OPTICIANS
l IO7 Main Street Phone I45
WATCH THE CRITIC ADVERTISEMENTS
They Represent Lynchburg's Finest Institutions
WILL WHITE SHOE STORE
HE CUTS THE PRICE AND SELLS THE SHOES
I IOI MAIN STREET LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
TlIeI'e's El Difference in Bread
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STA-KLEEN BAKERY, INC.
WILLS-CAMP CO., Inc.
KNOX HATS-JR. AND SR.
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PASTEURIZED FIFTH AND COURT STREETS
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We Send for and Deliver Prescriptions
THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP AFTER ALL
The Younger Set Will Find fust What They Want at Moses at All Times
If You Visit Our Slore Once, You Will Want to Visit il Often
We make-School Pins, Rings and Fraternity Jewelry
IF IT'S EYEGLASSES
See Us for QUALITY and SERVICE
BUCKINGHAM AND F LIPPIN A
919 MAIN STREET LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
HILL CITY TOBACCO CO., Inc.
Distributors of SPECIALTIES AND FINE CANDIES
Agency for SCHRAFTS' CANDIES, AND PRODUCTS OF THE BEST FOODS
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
LYNCHBURG MUTUAL BUILDING 6: LOAN ASSOCIATION
RICHARD HANCOCK, President DIXNDRIDGE MURRELL, Secretary-Treasure
21 7-2 I 8 Lynch Building
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THE "PEP" TO WIN
The "Pep" to win, whether it be to win on the athletic field, or in the class room, comes as
a result of good health and proper rest-and health, itself is largely a matter of proper rest,
exercise and diet.
Here at lVIcGehee's you will find beds, springs, and mattresses that will afford you the
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Randolph-Macon Woman's College is recognized as one of the leading
colleges for women in the United States. Carefully arranged courses lead to
degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Master of Artsg also to certificates in
Music and Art.
Endowedg modern equipmentg new library and music buildingsg well equipped
laboratories for physics, chemistry, biology, and psychology S modern residence
hallsg gymnasium with swimming poolg athletic field and tennis courts.
For catalogue and book of views illustrating student life, address
RANDOLPH-MAGON WOMAN,S COLLEGE
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