Glass High School - Crest Yearbook (Lynchburg, VA)

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Time closes behind us the doors through which we pass, and we may never travel those ways again except through the door of memory. The 1937 CRITIC-CREST Staif ' hopes that the door of many happy memories will be opened for you, our classmates and fellow students, as you turn the pages of this book. But today we are standing be- fore a door whose portals are spread wide that we may pass. Behind us lie the old familiar things, before us is spread a new and wider vista, and in the distance we may see other doors that lead to we know not what. We ourselves must forge the keys to fit these doors, trustingthat beyond them lie still richer Helds. CONTENTS CONTENTS A "S DEDICATION ........ 6 SENIOR CLASS . . 11 M A . -A ' . CLASS POEM . . 41 HALL OF FAME . . 42 CREST STAFF . . 44 JUNIOR CLASS . . . 47 I SOPHOMORE CLASS . . R V an FACULTY . . 60 ' W' ATHLETICS . . 63 R ORGANIZATIONS . . 73 ADVERTISEMENTS . . - 96 I -' S,,f fl jf I .i',ff,'Ig A Av ,A . . H . DEUICATION generous coo The Critic Staff of 1937 in appreciation of her peration and unfailing goo dedicates this volume of the Cnrrlc-CREST to MARGARET WILLIAMS teacher, adviser, and friend d fellowship JMMW Wzzm West View of High Sfhool H. A. C. WALKER, Principal Portrait of Edward Christian Glass Supcrirrtenclcnt of Schools 1879-1931 Park View of High Srbool , ,..tm..,,,,W,...,,W.,,,,,,......t....,,,..,....,,.. h,,, W,t1,,.W,-MM W - Reservoir Luke lfaxf Virw of High Sflwol L 1 r r Girlx' Terruff' l ,g, .W ,W ,7 7,17 YY, 7 ,, , -W W, Y, From Wimlow, 306 SENIORS Three years ago a rather large group of Sophomores tremblingly entered the doors of Glass High and, after they had become accustomed to their new surroundings, began to Ht into and enjoy life at the High School. For two years they struggled in obscurity, watching two other classes in turn basking in the glory of seniorhood, and then, when these had gone, they suddenly awoke to find themselves Seniors-the most observed, envied, and influential members of the student body. With one year more of school life before them, they set about to make it their best. Making use of the knowledge and experience which they had gained, and of the natural abilities which they possessed, they continually won honors for themselves and for their school, and gained the distinction of being one of the most capable classes which have ever been graduated from Glass High. There were 275 Seniors, a number which broke the record of 224, which the Class of 1936 had set. From this number, there were forty-five who had averaged above 90 on all courses taken during their three years at Glass High. The second highest average ever made in the school was attained by Jeannette Hughes, with a mark of 97.26, which was .13 less than the record set by P. G. Cosby in 1930. ' In literary achievement the Class of 1937 has been outstanding. The,C1fitic, with Elizabeth Anne Campbell as editor, won first place in its class in both the S. I. P. A. and the C. S. P. A. and All-American Rating in the N. S. P. A. Jimmy McPherson, future author according to the Hall of Fame and Editor-in-Chief of the CRITIC-CREST, won first place in the state for the short story, while Nancy Phillips, literary editor of the Critic and class poet, won first place among Class A schools for a poem. The High Times, with Phyllis Osborn as editor, won honor rating in the S. I. P. A. and ranked among the first five in its class in the C. S. P. A. Athletics also bore the successful stamp of Seniors. Tom Faulkner and Dan Justice deserve mention for their work, both in football and basketball. The basketball team, which won Western District Championship and participated in the play-off for state title, was composed entirely of Seniors: Tom Faulkner, Dan Justice, John Oglesby, Bill Patterson, and Kiah T. Ford. In,dramatics there were three outstanding senior actors, Thebo Jennings, Frank Owen, and Elizabeth Anne Campbell. All were able to display their talent in the annual senior play which this year was a murder mystery in which Frank Owen took the diflicult Part of Sherlock Holmes. Prominent in general activity were Phil Crute, president of the Senior Class, Warren Plunkett, president of the National Honor Society, and Elizabeth Hudson, chairman of the Senior Council. Under the leadership of these and others, senior affairs were handled with efficiency. Now all thispparticipation in school affairs is over. The Class 'of 1937 is going out of the doors of Glass High into the world. Its members leave to their school the record of their accomplishments in service and honor as an incentive to those who are to take their places. PHILIP CRUTE National Honor Society, President, Senior Class, Feature Editor, CRITIC- CREST, Alumni Editor, Feature Editor, Crilic, High Timex Staff, Student Ad- visory Council, Home Room Represent- ative, Honor League, Chaplain, Hi-Y Club, Aedile, Latin Club, Spanish Club, David Garrick Players, Cafeteria As- sistant, Monogram Club, Basketball Manager, Senior Play, Athletic Asso- ciation. HELEN WILCOX JESTER Vice-President, Senior Class, Senior Council, Senior Committee, High Times Staff, Student Advisory Coun- cil, Home Room Representative, Honor League, Library Council, Secretary, Chairman of Program, Girls' High School Club, Aedile, Latin Club, Vice- President, Athletic Association, Mono- gram Club, Volley Ball, Tennis, Swim- ming, Captain, Basketball, Captain, Hockey Team. ANNIE LILLIAN LEEBRICK National Honor Society, Secretary, Senior Class, Head Typist Critic, Chair- man, Reception Committee, Student Advisory Council, Honor League, Li- brary Staff, Commercial Club, Office Assistant, Cafeteria Typist, Athletic Association, League of Nations Contest. THEODORE T. p V OFFTERDINGER Treasurer Senior Class, Senior Editor, Ciuric-Cmssr, Sports Editor, High Times, Honor League, Vice-President, Treasurer, Hi-Y Club, Vice-President, Junior Class, Secretary, Sophomore Class, Treasurer, Athletic Association, Football Squad, Varsity, Track, First Prize Sports Story, Southeastern Dis- trict, '35, First Prize Sports Story, Southeastern District, '37. NANCY MARSH PHILLIPS . National Honor Society, Senior Coun- cil, Secretary, Quill and Scroll, Liter- ary Editor, CRITIC-CREST, Feature Edi- tor, Literary Editor, Crific: Student Advisory Council, Vice-President, Honor League, Spelling Representative, '35, '36, '37, Consul, Latin Club, Chemistry Club, Vice - President, French Club, Athletic Association, S. I. P. A. Delegate. qi-C+-1yi9N-,JJ NIL.-f , K FRANCES VERNON AGEE National Honor Societyg Feature Editor CRITIC-CluzsTg Proof Reader Crilicg Home Room Representative, Honor Leagueg Senior Playg Girls' High School Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Office Assist- antg Athletic Associationg Swimmingg Assembly Committeeg David Garrick Players. GEORGIE RUTH AKERS Honor Leagueg Latin Clubg French Clubg Cafeteria Assistantg Athletic Association. JACK FINLEY ALMOND High Times Staffg Honor Leagucg Li- brary Councilg Hi-Y Clubg Athletic Assoeiationg Senior Representative. HYMAN ALPER Student Advisory Councilg Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Athletic Association. JAMES ALVIS Honor Leagueg Athletic Association. fs . Mk DAVE AMOWITZ l-Ionor Lcagueg Banclg Spanish Clubg Athletic Association. NED DANIEL ANTHONY Home Room Representative, Criticg Home Room Representative, High Timesg Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Library Councilg Home Room Repre- sentative, Athletic Associationg Tennis. ROBERT WM. ASI-IWORTH Assistant Business Manager, High Tinzesg Commercial Clubg Cafeteria Assistant. FRANK L. AULTICE Senior Councilg Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Commercial Clubg Athletic Asso- ciationg Cafeteria Typistg Cafeteria Bookkeeper and Cafeteria Teller. VIVIAN LOUISE BAIR Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg French Clulzg Art Clubg Ath- letic Association. 'A 1' fl JOHN GALE BARKER Feature Editor, Critic Staffg High Times Staffg Athletic Association. MARION MAXINE BARRETT Cafeteria Assistantg Student Advisory Councilg Honor League, Be Square Clubg Girls' Glee Club. FLORA ANN BATSON Honor League, Library Staffg Girls' High School Club, Treasurer, Latin Club: Chemistry'Clubg Office Assist- antg Cafeteria Assistant, Athletic Association. FANNING' MILES BAUMGARDNER Circulating Committee, High Timesg Honor Leagueg Hi-Y Clubg French Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Asso- ciation. LAWRENCE ALLEN ' BELCHER National Honor Societyg Commence- ment Committeeg Hi-Y Club, Honor League, Sergeant-at-Arms, Spanish Clubg Cafeteria Assistant: Athletic Associationg Basketball Manager, '34, '35, '36g Commencement Speakerg Monogram Club. E sift WILLIAM LEE BERRY, JR. Crifir Typistg Higb Timex Typistg Home Room Collector, High Times, Honor Leaggueg Library Staffg Library Council, Commercial Clubg Oiiice As- sistnntg Athletic Association. ROBERT MUNFORD BIGGS National Honor Societyg Home Room Representative, High Timex, Honor League, Chemistry Clubg Athletic As- sociationg Tennis, '35, '35, '37 BERTHA AHLEEN BLACKBURNE Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Ath- letic Association. WILLIAM BLANKINSHIP National Honor Societyg Student Ad- visory Councilg Library Staffg Boys' Public Speaker, '36, ,37g Boys' Glee ' Clubg .Chemistry Club. ELDRIDGE PIERRE BLANKS Assistant Business Manager, Critic, Home Room Representative, Honor League, Library Staff, 'Vice-President, Commercial Club. '36, '37, Cafeteria Assistantg Home Room Representative, Athletic Association. . l 4 JOHN CALVIN BLUM Honor League, Library Staffg Commer- cial Clubg Basketball. GRACE LUCILLE BOLEY Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Cafe- teria Typistg Athletic Association. FLORENCE LUCILLE BOLTON Senior Councilg Critic Staffg High Times Staifg Honor Leagueg Be Square Club, Girls' Glee Clubg Commercial Clubg Office Assistant, Athletic Asso- ciationg Cheer Leader, '35, '36, '37g Volley Ballg Basketballg David Garrick Players. ' -f.. .4-I. DOROTHY VIRGINIA BOSWELL Chairman Music Committee, Be Square Clubg Captain Membership Campaign, Be Square Club, Girls' Glee Club, Cafeteria Assistantg Athletic Associa- tiong Volley Ballg Tennisg Swimming. LEROY E. BOWEN, JR. High Time: Staffg Honor Leagueg Spanish Clubg Chemistry Clubg Ath- letic Associationg Track. PRESTON BRADFORD Honor League, Secretary Hi-Y Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Associationg Football Manager, '34, 'Sig Trackg Basketballg Delegate to First National Hi-Y Congress. HELEN SEYMOUR BRADLEY Honor Leaguej Be Square Club: Com- mercial Clubg Athletic Association: Volley Ball, Tennisg Swimmingg Bas- ketballg Captain Hockey Team. l CARL B. BRANCH Honor League: Library Stalfg Library Council, Commercial Clubg Athletic Association. JOHN W. BROOKS, JR. Honor Leagueg Home Room Repre- sentative, Honor League, Library Staff, Hi-Y Clubg Spanish Clubg Home Room Representative, Athletic Associationg Football Squadg Track. VIRGINIA BROOKS Honor League, Library Staffg Girls' High School Clubg Commercial Club, Office Assistantg Athletic Association, Basketball. 19. ii, T Y V l c vu- RAYMOND W. BRYANT - Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Ath- letic Associationg Football Squadg K Track. - MERLE CHEATWOOD BURFORD O Honor Leagueg Office Assistantg Com- W mercial Club. ARTHUR WATSON BURKHOLDER ' Library Staffg Honor League. JAMES D. CALHOUN, JK. Honor Leagueg Spanish Clubg Athletic Association. ALFRED DIUGUID Q ' CALLAHAM .- 'Honor Leagucg Athletic 'Association. HELEN ELOUISE CALLAHAM High Times Typistg Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Com- mercial Clubg Cafeteria Assistantg Ath- letic Associationg Athletic Association Typist. BEATRICE GRACE A CAMPBELL National Honor Societyg Crific Typistg High Times Typistg Honor Leagueg Library Councilg Commercial Clubg Athletic Associationg Cafeteria Typist. ELIZABETH ANNE CAMPBELL Senior Committeeg Quill and Scrollg Assistant Editor CRITIC-CRESTQ Assist- ant Literary Editor, Literary Editor, Editor-in-Chief. Criticg Student Ad- visory Councilg Senior Representative, Honor Lesigueg Senior Playg Service Chairman, President, Girls' High School Clubg Hi-Y-Girl Reserve Playg C-72 Clubg Latin Clubg Chemistry Clubg Vice-President, President, Dramatic Clubg Athletic Associationg S. I. P. A. Representativeg Commencement Speakerg Dramatic Representative, Virginia Liter- ary and Athletic Meet. ' JOYCE RUTH CANDLER Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Ath- letic Association. DOROTHY LOUISE CARROLL National Honor Societyg High Times Typistg Student Advisory Councilg Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Be Square Clubg Office Assistantg Cafeteria As- sistantg Athletic Associationg Volley B1l1g Swimmingg Basketball. BERNICE JULIET CAVE Honor Leagueg Girls, High School Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg French Clubg Chem- istry Clubg Athletic Association. MARTHA VIRGINIA CHIPLEY Student Advisory Councilg Home Room Representative, Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Athletic Association. ALICE VIRGINIA CLARK National Honor Societyg Honor Leagueg Library Staftg Be Square Clubg Com- mercial Clubg Basketballg Dean's As- sistant. ,, , 'f MARY ELIZABETH CLARK High Times Staifg Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Art Clubg Athletic Association. FRANCES AUGUSTA CLARKE Feature Editor CRITIC-CRESTQ Proof Reader Crilicg Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Aedile, Latin Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Associationg Tennis. PI-IYLLIS MARGARET CLARKE Honor Leagueg High Times Typistg Commercial Clubg Athletic Associationg High Times Staffg Cafeteria Typist. EVELYN VIRGINIA COLEMAN Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Cafe- teria Assistantg Athletic Association. . , 1 CLARA ADALL COOPER Advertising Staff, Criiicg Advertising Staff, High Timesg Library Staffg Cabinet Member Girls' High School Club. JOHN CRAFT, JR. Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Athletic Association. BROWNIE CRITZER Library Councilg Honor League. LILLIE MAE CURLEE National Honor Societyg Student Ad- visory Councilg Secretary, Be Square Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Member of Board, Secretary-Treasurer, Art Club. AUGUST FORSBERG DAVIS Honor Leagueg Hi-Y Clubg Chemistry Clubg Home Room Representative, Ath- letic Associationg Trackg Basketballg Tennis. HENRY DAVIS Assistant Feature Editor, Crificg Library Staffg Spanish Clubg Chemistry Club. MARGARET NORVELL DAVIS Critic Typistg High Timex Tyoistg Stu- dent Advisory Councilg Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Library Councilg Girls' High School Clubg Be Square Clubg Commercial Clubg Athletic Associationg Cafeteria Typistg Orchestrag Editor of History, of Ex-Oficers High School Organizations. NAN DENMEAD DIUGUID Senior Committeeg Critic Staffg Student Advisory Councilg Chairman Senior Banquet Committee. MARJORIE AILEEN Q DUDLEY Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Library Councilg Girls' High School Clubg Be Square Clubg Athletic Association. ' l BENNIE FRANK DUNCAN Honor Leagueg Chemistry Club. EARL WILBUR DUNN Honor Leagueg Library Staifg Latin Clubg Spanish Clubg Athletic Associa- tion. ELIZABETH ELLEN DUNN Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic As- sociationg Swimming. Q WARIC T. DUNN, JR.- Honor Leagueg Spanish Clubg Athletic Association. K.- rf ' JAMES WILLIAM DUPRIEST, JR. Student Advisory Councilg Home Room Representative, Honor Leagueg Hi-Y Club: Chemistry Clubg Home Room Representative, Athletic Associationg Football Squadg Varsity '35, '369 Cap- tain, Track Teamg Basketballg State Champion in Javelin Throwg Holder of State Javelin Recordg Second Place in Javelin Throw in National Interscho- lastic Meet '36, Winner of Javelin Throw in State Track Meet '36. SAMUEL FRANK EHRICH Advertising Staff, C1'iliCj Advertising Staff, High Timerg Honor Leagueg Ath- letic Association. CLAIR R. EVANS National Honor Societyg Honor Leagueg Treasurer, Spanish Clubg Athletic As- sociation. MARGUERITE LAMETTA FASSETT Honor League, Girls' Glee Clubg Span- ish Club, Athletic Association. SCOTT FAU LCONER Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Secretary' Spanish Clubg Athletic Associationg Operetta. TOM FAULKNER President, Junior and Sophomore Classg High Timer Staffg President, Student Advisory Council, Junior Representa- tive, Sophomore Representative, Home Room Representative, President, Honor Leagueg Vice-President, President, Hi-Y Clubg Athletic Associationg Treasurer, Monogram Clubg Football Squadg Var- sity '34, '35, '36, Co-Captain ,35, Cap- tain '36, Basketball Teamg Monogram Club. THEODORE HENRY FEINMAN Honor Leagueg Library Staifg Library Council, Spanish Clubg Athletic Asso- Ciationg Hi-Y Ciub. JOHN WILLIAM FERGUSON High Times Staffg Honor League, Li- brary Staffg Boys' Glee Clubg Spanish Clubg Art Clubg Athletic Association. GWENDOLYN FIELDS Exchange Editor, High Timesg Honor Leagueg Library Typistg Oiiice Assist- antg Athletic Association. MILDRED LYLE FINCH High Timex Typistg Be Square Clubg Girls, Glee Clubg Commercial Clubg Office Assistant, Cafeteria Typist, Swimming. -I W. - Www w,,.fvf""w, M . '7 1 Q gy, A ANN RECKORD JOSEPH MALCOLM FOX NANCY ELEANOR FULKS FITZGERALD Honor League, Athletic Association. Honor League, Athletic Association. National Honor Society, Senior Coun- cil, Senior Banquet Committee, Treas- urer, Junior Class, Editor Hall of Fame, CRITIC-CREST, Associate Editor High Times, Student Advisory Coun- cil, Honor League, Chairman Music Committee, Vice-President, Girls' High School Club, Hi-Y-Girl-Reserve Play, Latin Club, Secretary, Dramatic Club, Oiiice Assistant, Cheer Leader, Basket- ball, Tennis, Dramatic Club Play, Monogram Club, Operetta, Stage Man- ager Operetta, Quill and Scroll. ELIZABETH JOYCE FORD Honor League, Library Staff, Girls' High School Club, Spanish Club, Ath- letic Association. KIAH THORNTON FORD, JR. P Sports Reporter, High Timex, Student Advisory Council, Honor League, Sen- ior Play, Library Council, Hi-Y Club, Boys' Glee Club, French Club, Drama- tic Club, Home Room Representative, Athletic Association, Monogram Club, Football Squad, '33, '34, '35, Basket- ball, '36, '37, Senior Banquet Commit- tee. WILLIAM WADE FOX' Library Staff, Athletic Association, Boys' Glee Club' Home Room Re re- I P sentative, Athletic Association, Track. DORIS LEE FRANKLIN Honor League, Library Staif, Be Square Club, Girls' Glee Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association. ROBERT WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. High Times Staff, Honor League, Li- brary Council, Hi-Y Club, Chemistry Club, Home Room Representative, Athletic Association, Track. EDWARD WI-IITEHEAD GALLOWAY 1 National Honor Society, Advertising Staff High Timex, Student Advisory Council, Honor League, Hi-Y Club, Secretary-Treasurer, French Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association, Monogram Club, Football Squad, Track, Basketball Manager, Senior Day Committee. HUGH ROBERT GANTT National Honor Society, Senior Com- mittee, Sophomore Representative, Honor League, Library Council, Hi-Y Club, French Club, Cafeteria Assist- ant, Football Squad, -Basketball, Tennis, Captain Tennis Team, Monogram Club . --. . v--if-W--if---i H Y ---.W -- .... . I , . .-....... M... - - - - Q7- EMILY GAY Girls' High School Club, Honor Lea- gue, Athletic Association. BERNICE LUCILLE GODSEY High Time: Typist, Honor League, Commercial Club, Cafeteria Assistant, Athletic Association. HELEN MAE GODSEY Typist, Head Typist, Critic, Honor League, Library Staff, Library Council, Be Square Club, Girls' Glee Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Associa- tion, Cafeteria Typist, Head Magazine Campaign Typist. w " A, M.- IRENE GOODE Honor League, Girls' Glee Club, Span- ish Club, Athletic Association. MARJORIE FLORENCE GOODEN Honor League, Be Square Club, Span- ish Club, Athletic Association, Volley Ball, Basketball, Hockey, Library Council. JULIA GILLETTE GOSSOM Home Room Representative, Honor League, Library Staff, Commercial Club, Office Assistant, Cafeteria Assist- ant, Athletic Association. BARBARA ANDERSON GOUGH High Times Staff, Honor League, Girls' High School Club, Girls' Glee Club, Chemistry Club, Home Room Repre- sentative, Athletic Association. CHARLES ALFRED GRAVES Honor League, Athletic Association. FRANK G. GRAYSON High Time: Staff, Honor League, Ath- letic Association. MARGARET MEADE HADLOCK Senior Committee, Advertising Staff, Critic, Advertising Staff, CRITIC- Cmzsrg Senior Editor, CRITIC-CREST? Advertising Staff, High Times, Honor League, Senior Play, Library Staff, Library Council, Girls' High School Club, Art Club, Ofiiice Assistant, Secretary, Home Room Representative, Athletic Association, Cheer Leader, Monogram Club, David Garrick Players, l YW, ,TW H W ,W Y 77W ...A v AUBREY ELDON HALL Honor League, Cafeteria Assistantg Athletic Association, Business Manager. I JOSEPH STOGDALE HARDY, JR. High Timex Staff, Home Room Repre- sentative, Honor League, Library Staff, Library Councilg Hi-Y Club, Spanish Clubg Home Room Representative, Athletic Association. MARION GWENDOLYN HARDY High Times Staifg Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Club, French Clubg Ath- letic Association. FRANCIS PELHAM HARPER Assistant Advertising Manager High Timesg Honor League, Orchestrag Hi-Y Clubg Hi-Y-Girl Reserve Playg Chemistry Clubg Art Clubg Athletic Associationg Football Squadg Track, Basketball. JANICE VIRGINIA HARRIS Student Advisory Councilg Honor Lea- gueg Library Staffg Library Councilg Girls' High School Clubg Art Clubg Athletic Association, JAMES HAWKINS f Commercial Clubg Art Club, Athletic Association, Football Squadg Varsity, '34, ,3S, and '36, JUNE FRANCES HENDRICK Honor Leagueg Athletic Associationg Captain, Navy Hockey Team. JAMES EDWIN HENSLEY Honor League, Band, Orchestrag Hi-Y Club, Athletic Associationg French Club. KATHERINE LOUISE HICKS Honor Leagueg Orchestra, Commercial Clubg Oiiice Assistant, Cafeteria Assist- ant, Athletic Association. PHYLLIS PATTERSON HIGHT . Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Be Square Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Oiiice Assist- antg Athletic Associationg Cafeteria V Typist, Hiking Club. BOB HINNANT Honor League, Hi-Y Club, Athletic Association, Library Council. CARTER TATE HOLBROOK, JR. National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Assistant Feature Editor, Critic, Circulation Manager, Critic, High Times Staff, Student Advisory Council, Honor League, Hi-Y Club, Spanish Club, Chemistry Club, President Ath- letic Association, Monogram Club, Football Squad, Varsity, '35, '36, Track, Senior Banquet Committee, All- State National Football. ANN MERIWEATHER HOLT ... Senior Committee, CRITIC-CREST Staff, High Times Staff, Honor League, As- sistant Chairman Membership Commit- tee, Girls' High School Club, Hi-Y- Girl-Reserve Play, Latin Club, French Club, Dramatic Club, Home Room Representative, Athletic Association, Tennis, Swimming, Basketball, Dean's Assistant. MOSES J. HOPPENSTEIN High Times Staff, Honor League, Li- brary Staff, Library Council, Hi-Y- Girl-Reserve Play, Boys' Glee Club, Dramatic Club. FRANK HORTON K t Treasurer, Sophomore Class, Student Advisory Council, Home Room Rep- resentative, Junior Representative, Sophomore Representative, Honor Lea- gue, Hi-Y Club, Spanish Club, Chem- istry Club, Athletic Association, Foot- ball Squad, Varsity, '55, '36, Track. EVELYN CARTER HOWELL' Honor League, Girls' Glee Club, Span- ish Club, Cafeteria Assistant, Athletic Association. ELIZABETH HERNDON HUDSON National Honor Society, Chairman Senior Council, Senior Committee, Quill and Scroll, Poetry Editor,Cn1T1c- CREST, Assistant Literary Editor, Ex- change Editor, Poetry Editor, Crilicg Student Advisory Council, Honor Lea- gue, Girls' High School Club, Consul, Latin Club, French Club, Athletic As- sociation, Basketball, Hockey, S. I. P. A. Representative, Latin Tournament. RUTH MARION HUDSON Ciurlc-Ciussr Typist, High Times Typist, Honor League, Library Staff, Girls' High School Club, Be Square Club, Commercial Club, Athletic As- sociation, Cafeteria Typist. JEANNETTE ELIZABETH HUGHES National Honor Society, Secretary, Sophomore Class, Vice-President, Quill and Scroll, junior Editor, CRITIC- Cmssr, Departmental Editor, Managing Editor, High Times, Honor League, Tribune, Latin Club, Chairman, Pro- gram Committee, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association, Latin Tourna- ment, '35, '36, '37, S. I. P. A. Repre- sentative. POLLY HUGHES g Honor League, Girls' High School Club, Chemistry Club, Art Club, Ath- letic Association, Tennis. I ,fl ' 1-. f .+ -T 1,11 , , . h ., VIVIAN LOVE JACOBS Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Commercial Clubg Cafeteria Typistg Athletic Associationg Typist Athletic Association. MARY THEBO JENNINGS Senior Committeeg Feature Editor, Criticg Advertising Staff, High Timexg Student Advisory Councilg Honor Lea- gueg Senior Playg Girls' Public Speakerg Historian Girls' High School Clubg Chairman Dramatics, Girls' High School Clubg Secretary, Dramatic Clubg S. I. P. A. Representative. EDITH MADELONE JESSEE Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Girls' High School Clubg Chemistry Clubg Cafeteria Assistantg Athletic Associa- tion. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH - JOHNSON - , Honor Leagueg Library Staffg French Clubg Athletic Association. LILLIAN W. JOHNSTON Critic Typistg Home Room Represen- tative, Honor, Leagueg Library Staffg Library Councilg Chairman of Service Committee, Be Square Clubg Commer- cial Clubg Oliice Assistantg Cafeteria Typistg Volley Ballg Tennisg Basketball. FLORENCE LOUISE JONES National Honor Societyg Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg French Club: Art Clubg Athletic Association. ELEANOR GREEN JORDON Honor Leagueg Bandg Girls' High School Clubg Hi-Y-Girl Reserve Plavg Girls' Glee Clubg Office Assistantg Ath- letic Associationg Tennisg Operettzx. DAN RAY JUSTICE Secretary Junior Classg Student Acl- visory Councilg Home Room Represen- tative, Honor Leagueg Hi-Y Clubg Boys' Glee Club: Cafeteria Assistantg Home Room Representative, President, Ath- letic Associationg Treasurer, President, Monogram Clubg Football Squadg Var- sity, '34, '35, 363 Football Captaing Trackg Basketball. MARY ELEANOR KASH Student Advisory Councilg Honor Leagueg Senior Playg Sergeant-At-Arms, French Clubg President, Chemistry Clubg Art Clubg Dramatic Club, Ath- letic Clubg Athletic Associationg Home Room Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation. NANCY LEE KIDD CELTIC-CREST Typistg Typist, Head Typist, High Timesg Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Be Square Clubg Com- mercial Clubg Cafeteria Assistantg Athletic Associationg Dean's Assistantg Hiking Club. . u' 1 .u J - s ELLA MAE KING National Honor Societyg Cmrlc-CREs'r Typistg Assistant Editor Criticg Quill and Scrollg Honor Leagueg Library Staifg Be Square Clubg Commercial Clubg Oflice Assistantg Athletic Asso- ciationg Dean's Assistantg Hiking Club. EVELYN VIDELLA KIRBY High Times Typistg Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Cafeteria Assistantg Athletic Associationg Cafeteria Typing. LOUISE ELVIN KIRBY Commercial Clubg Oflice Assistantg Cafeteria Assistantg Athletic Associa- tiong Cafeteria Typistg High Times Typistg Honor Leagueg Library Council. MILDRED LAWLER KIZER Honor Leagueg Girls' High School V , lt., J IQ! MARTHA LEE LACKEY Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Art Clubg Spanish Clubg Athletic Asso- Clubg Athletic Association. ciation. MARJORIE KNIGHT Honor Leagueg Library Councilg Girls' High School Clubg Spanish Clubg Ath- letic Association. WINIFRED LEA KNIGHT Honor Leagueg Athletic Association. MILDRED KNOWLES Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Be Square Clubg Commercial Clubg Art Clubg Athletic Associationg Volley Ballg Bas- ketball. LUCY LAWRENCE I' Honor Leagueg Library Stalfg Library Councilg Girls' High School Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Commercial Adviser, Art Clubg Office Assistantg Athletic Associationg Basketball. RICHARD A. LAYTON French Clubg Chemistry Clubg Football Managerg Home Room Representative, Honor Leagueg Hi-Y Club. S K 1 1 Xl I MARGARET LEE Honor Leagueg Spanish Clubg Athletic Association. 1" ' RICHARD ADAMS LEE Honor Leagueg Hi-Y Clubg Spanish Clubg Chemistry Clubg Art Clubg Ath- letic Associationg Football Squadg Track. 'MARY LEE LEWIS National Honor Societyg Honor Leagueg Spanish Clubg Athletic Associationg Spanish Tournament. LEHOMA JUANITA LINDSEY Critic' Typistg High Times Typistg Stu- dent Advisory Councilg Honor Leagueg Bc Square Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Commercial Clubg Athletic Associationg Cafeteria Typist. - WALTER A. LONDEREE, JR. Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Ath- letic Association. ETHEL LONG Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Oiiice Assistantg Cafeteria Assist- antg Athletic Association. MARGARET MARIE LOVELACE Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg Ath- letic Association. PAGE LOYD Student Advisory Councilg Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Library Councilg Girls' High School Clubg Dramatic Clubg French Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Association. RUSSEL FILLMORE MCBRIDE Make-Up Editor, Critic and Carric- CREST5 Honor Leagueg Senior Playg Vice-President, Hi-Y Clubg Hi-Y-Girl- Reserve Playg Spanish Clubg Stage Manager, Dramatic Clubg Athletic Associationg Cheer Leaderg Track. MAURICE T. MCCARTHY Honor Leagueg Bandg Orchestrag Hi-Y Clubg Boys' Glee Clubg Spanish Clubg Athletic Associationg Football Squadg Football Managerg Operettag David Garrick Players. if LI' .Nl 1 ,vugxn . A, BERTHA MILDRED if MCCLURE Honor League, Girls' High School Club, Program Chairman, Be Square Club, French Club, Athletic Associa- tion, Volley Ball, Swimming, Basket- ball. DOROTHY FRANCES MCCORMICK Cluric-CREST, Feature Editor, Associate Editor, High Times, Honor League, Girls' High School Club, French Club, Chemistry Club, Art Club, Athletic Association, Quill and Scroll, Tennis. THELMA ALICE MCDANIEL Honor League, Girls' High School Club, Girls, Glee Club. 35, JAMES BERNARD MCDEARMON Circulation Manager and Home Room Representative, High Times, Honor League, Library Staff, Chemistry Club, Home Room Representative, Athletic Association. MARGARET BAGLEY MCGEHEE Advertising Manager, CRITIC-CREST, Advertising Manager, High Timex, Honor League, Girls' High School Club, Athletic Association, Dramatic Club, Spanish Club. RUTH MABEL MCGINNISSJ' Honor League, Library Council, Com- mercial club: Office Assistant, Athletic Association, Basketball, Library Typist. JAMES LOWELL MCPHERSON National Honor Society, Treasurer, Quill and Scroll, Editor-in-Clliefy CRITIC-CREST, Associate Editor, Magic Mirror Editor, Proof Reader, Criiic Staff, Winner Short Story Contest of Virginia Literary and Athletic League, Honor League, Pontifex Maximus, Latin Club, Athletic Association, Chairman, Assembly Program Commit- tee, S. I. P. A. Delegate, Founder, Grave Filler's Union. PARLEY MCREYNOLDS Reporter, High Times, Commercial Club, Home Room Representative, Athletic Association. MILDRED LOUISE MADISON National Honor Society, Critic Typist, High Timex Typist, Student Advisory Council, Honor League, Be Square Club, Girls' Glee Club, Commercial Club, Cafeteria Assistant, Athletic Association, Cafeteria Typist. KENNETH MADREN Business Manager, Cnrrlc-CREST, As- sistant Business Manager, Crilic, Busi- ness Manager, Critic, Student Advisory Council, Commercial Club, Cafeteria Assistant. ,lex MM- . 7 L IVXJ +.- v f POLLY ROBERTA MANIATES A " Honor Leagueg Chemistry Clubg Art Clubg Athletic Associationg Oiiice As- sistant. DUDLEY S. MARKS Art Clubg Athletic Associationg Honor League. JACOB LEON MARKS Chemistry Clubg Athletic Associationg Football Squadg Varsityg Trackg Bas- ketballg Basketball Manager. J . -5. EDMUND WALKER MARSH Honor Leagueg Spanish Clubg Chemis- try Clubg Athlctic Associationg Track. JUDITH E. MARSHALL National Honor Socictyg Senior Coun- cilg Assistant Feature Editor, Criticg Home Room Representative, Honor Leagueg Girls' Glee Cluhg Latin Clubg Office Assistantg Athletic Associationg Junior High Basketball Referee. EVELYN REBECCA MARTIN Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Commer- cial Clubg Cafeteria Assistantg Athletic Associationg Cafeteria Typistg Dean's Assistant. LOUISE MASON Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Recreation Committee, Spanish Clubg Chemistry Clubg Art Clubg Athletic Associationg Volley Ballg Tennisg Basketballg Hockeyg Mon- ogram Club. I HENRIETTA DARRELL MASSIE High Times Staffg Honor Leagueg Li- brary Councilg Girls' High School Clubg Hi-Y-Girl-Reserve Playg French Clubg Chemistry Clubg Dramatic Clubg Art Club. AUGUST MEIDLING Chemistry Clubg Office Assistantg Honor League. ' THOMAS BUCKINGHAM MERRYMAN Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Spanish Clubg Home Room Representative, Athletic Associationg Football Squadg Varsity, '35, '36g Track. .57 .,.,.7.,L,. 7 .... W, . , Y .. i DAVE MILLER National Honor Societyg High Times Staffg Honor Leagueg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Association. ELBERT COLUMBUS MINNICK Bandg Commercial Club, Athletic As- sociationg Football Squad. RIVA L. MOFFIT Quill and Scroll, Assistant Managing Editor, High Timcxg Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Club, Publicity Chairman and Reporterg Girls' Glee Clubg Spanish Clubg German Club, Chemistry Clubg Athletic Association, Tennisg Basketball. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH MORRISETTE National Honor Societyg Honor League, Girls' High School Clubg French Clubg Art Club, Athletic Association, Volley Ball, Tennisg Basketball. WINIFRED OWEN MORRISON ' High Times Staffg Honor League, Li- brary Staifg Art Clubg OHice Assistant, Athletic Associationg Volley Ballg Tennisg Swimming, Basketball. PUTNAM WATKINS V MUNDY Picture Editor, CRITIC-CRESTQ Adver- tising Staff Crilicg Honor Leagueg Senior Play, Chairman of Social Com- mittee Girls' High School Clubg Hi-Y Girl Reserve Play, President, French Clubg Chemistry Club, Athletic Asso- ciation. EVELYN CHAMBLER MURRELL " Honor Leagueg Senior Play, Girls, High School Club, Hi-Y-Girl-Reserve Play, Chemistry Clubg Athletic Asso- ciationg Volley Bally Basketball. WILLIAM ROBERT MYERS National Honor Societyg Faculty Edi- tor, CRITIC-Cluasrg Exchange Editor Criticg Honor League, Hi-Y Club Athletic Associationg Stage Manager Senior Play, Assistant Stage Manager Hi-Y-Girl-Reserve Play: Vice-Presi- dent, Spanish Clubg Dramatic Club Stage Manager, Operetta. JOANNE NICHOLAS Athletic Associationg Honor League. JOHN OGLESBY Football Squadg Varsity, '36g Basket ballg Basketball Co-Captain, US. lf., PHYLLIS ANN OSBORN National Honor Societyg President, Quill and Scrollg Faculty Editor, Cmric-Cnesrg Reporter and Editor, High Timesg Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Athletic Associationg Operettag David Garrick Playersg S. I. P. A. Representativeg Secretaryg Girl Reserve Conference. VIRGINIA MAE OVERSTREET Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Commercial Clubg Athletic Associationg Cafeteria Typist. , ' FRANK OWEN Senior Day Committeeg Critic and Cmric-CREST Staffg Student Advisory Councilg Senior Playg Honor Leagueg Hi-Y Clubg President, David Garrick Playersg President, Art Clubg Cheer Leaderg Athletic Association. EDWARD PRESTON PATTERSON Honor Leagueg Bandg Hi-Y Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Associationg Trackg Bank Cashierg Business Man- ager, Senior Playg Picture Editor, Cnrrxc-CREST. FRANCES MARION PATTERSON Honor Leagueg Girls' Glee Clubg Span- ish Clubg Athletic Association. PHYLLIS COLVIN PATTERSON High Times Staffg Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg French Clubg Presi- dent, Spanish Clubg Art Clubg Ath- letic Association. WILLIAM S. PATTERSON Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Library Councilg Hi-Y Clubg Boys' Glee Clubg Athletic Associationg Monogram Clubg Football Squadg Trackg Basketball, f fa. ,ff rf' ' J J I li! Q-macy tw, ,. J. Amis, 434-1 WJ EARLE DEMPSEY F PEARSON Honor Leagueg Library Councilg Boys' Glee Club: Spanish Clubg Athletic Association. CARL WADE PETERS National Honor Societyg Senior Coun- cilg High Times Staffg Student Advis- ory Councilg Home Room Representa- tive, Honor Leagueg Bandg Orchestrag Censor, Latin Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Association. MARY DORIS PETTYJOHN Alumni Editor, High Timesg Honor Leagueg Senior Playg Girls' High School Clubg Spanish Clubg Art Clubg Ath- letic Associationg Tennis. ggfffrls-9. - -Co-.fel QNMQ 'D - 4. MW' ELEANOR LOUISE PHILLIPS National Honor Society, Departmental Editor, High Times, Student Advisory Council, Honor League, Senior Play, Girls, High School Club, Latin Club, French Club, Property Manager, Dra- matic Club, Art Club, Athletic Asso- ciation, Basketball, Deanis Assistant, Operetta, Swimming. EDWARD PLUNKETT National Honor Society, Assistant Literary Editor, CiuT1c-CREST, Assist- ant Bookshelf Editor, Critic, High Timex Staff, Home Room Representa- tive, Honor League, Quill and Scroll, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Art Club, Home Room Representative, Athletic Association. FRANCES MCDEARMON PLUNKETT Proof Reader, Critic, Departmental Editor, High Times, Honor League, Be Square Club, Spanish Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association. ' GENTRY RAWLINGS PLUNKETT, JR. Honor League, Hi-Y Club, Athletic Association, Monogram Club, Football Squad, Varsity, Basketball. MARY ALYS PLUNKETT National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, High Times Staff, Honor Lea- gue, Girls' High School Club, French Club, Treasurer, Chemistry Club, Ath- letic Association. MEREDITH W. PLUNKETT Senior Council, Honor League, Spanish Club, Commercial Club, Art Club, Athletic Association. U1 XVARREN LEE PLUNKETQT National Honor Society, Circulation Manager, Critic, Home Room Repre- sentative, Honor League, Latin Club, President, Spanish Club, Vice-President, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association. CATHERINE N. PRIBBLE High Times Typist, Honor League, Library Council, Girls' Glee Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association. LEE A. READ V Honor League, Orchestra, Boys, Glee Club, Spanish Club, Athletic Associa- tion, Operetta. JEANNE CATHERINE REYNOLDS Special Contributor High Times, De- partmental Editor, High Times, Honor League, Library Staff, Library Council, Girls' High School Club, Be Square Club, Hi-Y-Girl-Reserve Play, Oper- etta, Latin Club, German Club, Dra- matic Club, Athletic Association, Vol- ley Ball, Tennis, Swimming, Captain Basketball, Badminton, Hiking. gtxfql , '2 A : u , ,4-f .14 U ' f 1 C .- , 3 vii -YE. + fa. 5- ' fr 'a,j hz nv'- VIRGINIA ARLEEN RHODES National Honor Societyg Honor Lea- gueg Spanish Clubg Home Room Rep- resentative, Athletic Associationg Bas- ketball. x , MILDRED LOIS RILEY Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Girls' Glee Clubg Spanish Clubg Athletic As- sociationg Volley Ballg Basketball. GARLAND E. ROBERTSON Honor Leagueg Orchestrag Commercial Clubg Cafeteria Assistantg Assistant Business Manager, Athletic Associationg Home Room Representative, Athletic Association. MACEY ROSENTHAL National Honor Societyg Honor Leagueg Debaterg Boys' Public Speakerg Boys' Public Reaclerg Latin Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Association. HATTIE B. ROSSER' Latin Clubg Honor League. rl WYATT VELPO ROUTON onor Leagucg Library Staffg Library Ccuncilg Boys' Glec Clubg Spanish Clubg Athletic Association. Y sf ,YI WV mx My QAMNX Q, BEULAH ELIZABETH RUSH Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Ath- letic Association. ,J LEE SADLER Athletic Associationg Honor Leagueg Critic Staffg Library Staff. HOWARD SATTERWHITE Home Room Representative, Athletic Associationg Dramatic Clubg Honor League. BERTRAM RAYMON SCHEWEL Hall of Fame Editor, Cmric-CRESTQ Advertising Manager, High Timmy Student Advisory Councilg Honor Lea- gueg Senior Playg Boys' Public Speakerg Boys' Public Readerg Hi-Y Clubg Hi-Y- Girl-Reserve Playg Boys' Glee Clubg Spanish Clubg Business Manager, Dra- matic Clubg Athletic Associationg Cheer Leaderg Chairman, Senior Day Committeeg Operettag Dramatic Club ELEANOR CLARK SHELSI Playg Delegate to State Hi-Y Con- vention. WALTER ATKINS SCOTT Departmental Editor, High Timmy Advertising Staff, Crilic, CRITIC-CRESTQ Home Room Representative, Honor Leagueg Orchestra: Hi-Y Club: Boys' Glee Clubg Treasurer, Latin Clubg Chemistry Clubg Office Assistantg Home Room Representative, Athletic Association. MURPHY L. SHEARER Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Library Councilg Spanish Clubg Art Clubg Home Room Representative, Athletic Q Association. HHH nqv -, NEWTON HENRY SHEARER, JR. National Honor Socictyg Honor Lea- gueg Orchestrag Latin Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Associationg League of Nations Contest. Honor Leagueg Girls' High Sc Clubg Spanish Clubg Art Clubg letic Association. ELLA MAE SHELTON , Honor Leagueg Girls' School Clubg Art Clubg Athletic Association. J. W. SHEPHERD, JR. Boys' Glee Clubg Athletic Associationg Operetta. LOLA MARIE SHUFFLEBARGER High Times Typistg Honor Leagueg Li- brary Staffg Be Square Clubg Commer- cial Clubg Oflice Assistantg Athletic Associationg Swimming. ELIZABETH OLDSTEAD SLOCUM Home Room Representative, Honor Leagucg Girls' High School Clubg French Clubg Athletic Association. VIRGINIA BELLE SMOOT High Times Staifg Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg Athletic Association. GENEVIEVE REBECCA SOLOMON f Criiic Staffg Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Commercial Clubg Athletic As- sociation. EDWARD GUERRANT SPENCER Honor Leagueg Athletic Association. ,gl X Q In N W,,.I-gggyi P, . Q gc- .: N' V' JOHN KILPEN SPENCER, JR. Honor Leagueg French Clubg Athletic Association. KATHERINE APPERSON SPENCERX , Senior Committeeg Assistant Feature Editor, Critirg Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Latin Clubg French Clubg Art Club. FRANCES LUCILE SPITZER Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg mercial Clubg Art Clubg Athletic As- socia tiong Cafeteria Typist. MARGUERITA SPRUCE 4Advertising Staff, Crilicg Advertising Staff, CRITIC-CRESTQ Advertising Staff, High Timesg Chairman Social Service Committee, Girls' High School Clubg Latin Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Associationg David Garrick Players. I LUCY CLARK STAPLES National Honor Societyg Exchange Editor, High Timesg Student Advisory Councilg Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Latin Clubg French Clubg Cafeteria Assistantg Athletic Association. FLORENCE LEE STENSON National Honor Societyg Quill and Scrollg Critic Typistg High Times Staffg Honor Leagueg Office Assistantg Ath- letic Associationg Cafeteria Typist. DEWITT STRANGE High Times Staffg Honor Leagueg French Clubg Art Club. D NELSON STROTHER High Times Staifg Honor Leagueg Hi- Y-Girl-Reserve Playg Secretary Span- ish Clubg Hi-Y Clubg Dramatic Clubg Athletic Associationg Track. WALKER P. SYDNOR Student Advisory Councilg Honor Leagueg Bandg Orchestrag Hi-Y Clubg Boys' Glee Clubg Athletic Association. FRANCES OAROLYN TAYLOR National Honor Societyg Student Ad- visory Councilg Home Room Represen- tative, Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Span- ish Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Association. JAMES TAYLOR Honor Leagueg Hi-Y Clubg Chemistry Clubg Home Room Representativeg Athletic Associationg Football Squadg Monogram Club. ARTHUR PRICE THOMPSON Senior Councilg Honor Leagueg Senior Playg Hi-Y Clubg Hi-Y-Girl Reserve Playg Boys' Glee Club: Dramatic Clubg Athletic Associationg Operetta.. CARY ANDERSON THOMPSON, JR. Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Hi-Y Clubg French Clubg Athletic Associa- tion. HELEN SHIRLEY THOMPSON Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg Com- mercial Clubg Cafeteria Assistantg Ath- letic Associationg Cafeteria Typist. STEPHEN S. A. THOMPSON Honor Leagueg Library Staifg Athletic Association. MILDRED ODELL TIBBS Honor Leagueg Girls' Glee Clubg Cafe- teria Assistantg Athletic Associationg Volley Ballg Basketball. . ERMA VIRGINIA TORRENCE Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Ath- letic Association. if 11 .I lg I hifi!-" 1 .1 f' L, ,. i If , f i 0 RICHARD TREVILLIAN Student Advisory Councilg Honor Lea- gueg Athletic Associationg Volley Ballg Basketball. DOUGLAS RANDOLPH TYREE Student Advisory Council, Honor Lea- gueg Commercial Clubg Athletic Asso- ciation. . EARL GARLAND TYREE Honor Leagueg Latin Club, Athletic Association. GROVER UNRUE Honor Leagueg Home Room Represen- tativeg Library Staffg Library Council, Chemistry Clubg Commercial Clubg Home Room Representative, Athletic Association. STEVE LOUIS VAYNES French Clubg Library Staffg Library Council. MARIE WADE Y French Clubg Art Club, Athletic As- sociationg Honor League, Be Square Club. NANCY LEE WADE Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Be Square Clubg Commercial Clubg Art Clubg Athletic Associationg Volley Bally Swimming, Basketball. JOHN KEY WALKER, JR. Make-Up Editor, Cxrrlc-Ciussrg Make- up Editor, Advertising Staff, Critic, Honor Leagueg Senior Playg Library Staifg Library Council, Hi-Y Clubg Treasurer, Business Manager, Dramatic Clubg Oiiice Assistantg Athletic Asso- ciation, Monogram Club, Track Man- agerg Commencement Committee. MONTIE D. WALKUP Honor Leagueg French Clubg Chemis- try Clubg Athletic Association. GERTRUDE MILLICENT ,' WALLACE Student Advisory Councilg Honor Lea- gueg Publicity Chairman, Be Square Club, Girls' Glee Clubg Athletic Asso- ciationg Volley Bally Basketball, Oper- etta. lb- I JEAN ELIZABETH WARD Honor Leagueg Orchestrag Girls' High School Clubg Cafeteria Assistant. RUBY VIRGINIA WARE Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Ath- letic Association. l EARLE WELLS WATTS National Honor Societyg Latin Clubg Vice-President, Spanish Clubg Program Committee, Chemistry Clubg Athletic Association. HELEN WATTS Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Spanish Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Association. LOUISE MARIE WATTS Honor Leagueg Girls' Glee Clubg Com- mercial Clubg Athletic Association. SALLIE PELTON WEBBER Honor Leagueg Commercial Clubg Ath- letic Association. SAMUEL W. WEST, JR. Student Advisory Councilg Home Room Representative, Honor Leagueg Bandg Orchestrag Boys' Glee Clubg French Clubg Athletic Association. xx RUTH ROSALIA WHITAKER National Honor Societyg High Times Staffg Home Room Representative, Honor Leagueg Senior Playg Assistant Chairman Dramatic Committee, Girls' High School Clubg Hi-Y-Girl Reserve Playg Latin Clubg French Clubg Swim- mingg Property Manager, Treasurer, Dramatic Clubg Athletic Associationg Chairman, Senior Play Committeeg Ad- vertising Staff, Critic' and CRITIC-Cluasrg Operetta. BERNICE LEE WHITE Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Latin Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Association. CLIFFORD MARSHALL WHITE Honor Leagueg Boys' Glee Clubg Span- ish Clubg Athletic Association. ' rf I 7, , .J , ' 4 ' .1 3. , I - .1 .. 1 I EDITH MARIE WHITE National Honor Societyg C1u'r1c-CREST Typist, High Times Typistg Home Room Representative, Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Treasurer, President, Be Square Clubg Hi-Y-Girl Reserve Play, Girls' Glee Clubg Commercial Clubg Operettag David Garrick Playersg Ath- letic Associationg Cafeteria Typist, Hiking Club. MARGARET WHITE Honor Leagueg President, Treasurer, Be Square Clubg Spanish Clubg Ath- letic Associationg Swimming. PEARL WILKERSON .. Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg Com- mercial Clubg Oliice Assistantg Athletic Association. ' H X Sf MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Home Room Representative, Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Li- brary Council, Chemistry Clubg Ath- letic Associationg Tennis. ROSA NELSON WILLIAMS Advertising Staff, Criticg Picture Edi- tor, CRITIC-CRESTQ Honor Leagueg Senior Play, Girls' High School Club, French Clubg Art Clubg Basketball. MARTHA MASTIN WILSON Honor Leagueg Girls' High School Clubg Chemistry Clubg Art Clubg Ath- letic Association. MILDRED ELIZABETH WINGFIELD CRITIC-CREST Typistg High Times Typist, Honor Leagueg Library Staifg Be Square Clubg Commercial Club, Office Assistantg Cafeteria Assistantg Athletic Associationg Volley Bally Swimmingg Basketballg Hiking Club. NANCY JANE WOLFE Alumni Editor, Criticg Honor Leagueg Senior Playg Associate Social Manager, Girls' High School Club, Hi-Y-Girl Reserve Playg French Clubg Secretary Chemistry Clubg Art Club. CLEO FRANCES WOOD Honor Leagueg Chemistry Clubg Ath- letic Association. HELEN LOUISE WOOD Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg Girls" Glee Clubg Athletic Association. ? IJ --- ---- --lv--ev --- ---T --5-Tr -vm . T IVAN DANIEL WOOD, JR. Quill and Scrollg Senior Editor, CRITIC- CRESTQ Assistant Editor, High Timesg Honor Leagueg Hi-Y Clubg Chemistry Clubg Home Room Representative, Athletic Associationg S. I. P. A. Rep- resentativeg First Prize News Judging, Southeastern District. EVELYN KEITH WOOLDRIDGE Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Library Councilg Girls' Glee Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Associationg Volley Bally Swimmingg Basketball. ., . ,i I' EDYTHE CAVELL WRIGHT' High Times Staifg Honor Leagueg Be Square Clubg Spanish Clubg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Associationg Basketball. FRANCES ELIZABETH WRIGHT High Times Typistg Student Advisory Councilg Library Councilg Be Square Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg French Clubg Commercial Clubg Athletic Association. LILLIE FRANCES WRIGHT Critic' Typistg Girls' Glee Clubg Ath- letic Association. MARGARET ELIZABETH . WRIGHT- Honor Leagueg Library Staffg Be Square Clubg Commercial Clubg Athletic As- sociationg Volley Ballg Tennisg Basket- ballg Badmintong Hikingg Monogram Clubg Hockey. ELSIE MARIE YALDZIAN Senior Councilg Honor Leagueg Library Staifg Library Councilg Be Square Clubg Athletic Association. fri ' I- J Gu uuth Youth pauses at a gate, His hand upon the latch, before him spread The summer of his life, a garden bright, Mysterious and entrancing, wondrous rare. The shady lanes and gently-calling birds, The perfume-laden blossoms cradling bees, The azure sky and diamond-rippled stream A tempting picture there present, but he, Full loath to step into maturity, Pauses awhile and ponders dreamily What strange events beyond him lie in wait, Which petaled path will lead him to his goal- Or which sunbeam. Oh, steadfast youth, When you have stepped beyond this wicket gate, Pray, do not join the dull and weary throng Who plod the highway of the world, nor yet The eager, striving few who haste to reach Ambition's summit, but to stumble downg But, ere your summer fades to frosty fall, Seek out the beauty hidden in a flower, And, weighted with the heavy toil of day, Find rest and solace in a silver star. -ELIZABETH HUDSON hn's ho KING AND QUEEN OF POPULARITY- Dan Justice and Ann Fitzgerald BEST ALL-AROUND- Tom Faulkner and Helen Jester BEAUTIFUL DOLL- Helen Watts HANDSOME BRUTE- Bill Patterson LOVE BUG CONTEMPORARIES- Ted Offterdinger and fl Margo Hadlock F" r POET- Nancy Phillips WF'-.X ' CLOWN- Bert Schewel GIANT- Bill DuPriest PIGMY- ' Frances Taylor hn's hu CHATTERBOX' Thebo Jennings FLIRT- Helen Watts DAVID GARRICK,S PRIDE- Frank Owen and Thebo Jennings STRINGERS1 Gentry Plunkett and Margo Hadlock CoRRIDoR CATS- Phil Crute and Eleanor Jordon FRIENDLIEST- Kiah T. Ford and Helen Jester fIDEAL SENIOR- I , Elizabeth Anne Campbell OUR FUTURE AUTHoRs- Jimmy McPherson and Elizabeth Anne Campbell BEST ATHLETES- Dan Justice and Helen Bradley MosT ATTRACTIVE- Ted Offterdinger and Rita Spruce CLASS WITS- Bert Schewel and Thebo Jennings BRAIN TRUSTS' J Jimmy McPherson and Jeannette Hughes MosT MUSICAL- Walter Scott' and Phyllis Osborn MR. ESQUIRE AND Miss VOGUE- Bill Patterson and Rosalia Whitaker First row: Dick Wilz'y, Rosalia Whitaker, Rita Spruce, Iinzniy McPherson, Ann Fitzgerald, Ann Holt. Nancy Kidd, Iuanita Lindsey. Second row: Billy Myers, Nancy Phillips, Elizabeth Hudson, Elizabeth Anne Campbell, Miss Wiggiiis, Miss Payne, Helen Iester, Margaret McGehee, Phyllis Osborn, Rosa Willianzs. Third row: Putnam Munrly, Nancy Wolfe, Ella Mae King, Edith White, Margaret Davis, Dan Shultz, Frances Clarke, Dorothy McCormack. Fourth row: Lillie Mae Cnrlee, L. T. Agee, Bertram Schewel, Margaret Haiilocle, Ted Ojfterilinger, jack Walker, Mary Campbell, Katherine Spencer, Ieannette Hughes, Betty Reid, Frances Agee, Nan Diugnicl, Thebo Iennings, Eel Lewis. Fifth row: Homer johnson, Mr. Burmahln. Russel McBride, Ivan Wood, W. L. Berry, Frank Owen, john Barker, Wrilker Syiinor, Phil Crute, Charlie Cyrus. he 1937 Gritirf rest taff This year, for the first time since 1933, three issues of the Critic were assembled by the staff, in addition to the CRITIC-CREST. For the 1936-1937 Critics many changes in format were initiated. A single column page, with wide margins and decorative glosses, replaced the customary two column page. Covers were treated in a modern manner, the fall issue being black and silverg the winter issue, white and cherryg the spring issue black and yellow. This yearis Critic has already taken first place in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, and in the Southern Press Association and All-American in the National, thus perpetuating a long record of literary successes of which the high school is proud. Editor-in-Chief JIMMY MCPHERSON Associate Editor ELIZABETH ANNE CAMPBELL Poetry Editor ELIZABETH HUDSON Feature Editor PHIL CRUTE Art Editors DICK WILEY CHARLES CYRUS LILLIE MAE CURLEE GEORGE LACY Editor-in-Chief ELIZABETH ANNE CAMPBELL Associate Editor JAMES LOWELL MCPHEKSON Assistant Editor ELLA MAE KING Literary Editor NANCY PHILLIPS Assistant Literary Editor EDWARD LEWIS Poetry Editor ELIZABETH HUDSON Bookshelf Editors FRIEDA BANE EDWARD PLUNKETT First row: Ii-inmy McPherson, Editor-in-Chiefg Elizabeth Anne Campbell, Associate Editorg Nancy Phillips, Literary Editorg Richard Wiley, Art Editor. Second row: Elizabeth Hudson, Poetry Editorg Ella Mae King, Head Typistg Preston Patterson, Snapshot Editorg Margaret McGehee, Advertising Manager. rest taff Senior Editors IVAN WOOD THEBE JENNINGS Hall of Fame Editors ANN FITZGERALD BERT SCHEWEL Athletic Editors HELEN JESTEK TOM FAULKNER TED OEFTERDINGER Literary Editor NANCY PHILLIPS Pitif Fall Typists ANNIE LEEBRICR QHeadJ FRANCES WRIGHT LILLIAN JOHNSTON FLORENCE STENSON HELEN GODSEY Spring Typists HELEN GODSEY QHeadJ MARGARET DAVIS W. L. BERRY GENEVIEVE SOLOMON JUANITA LINDSEY Advertising Manager MARGARET MCGEI-IEE Business Managers ANDREW WALTON WALLACE MATHENY Assistant Literary Editors EDWARD LEWIS MALLIE RAMSEY Faculty Editors PHYLLIS OSBORN FRANCES AGEE L. T. AGEE Club Editors PUTNAM MUNDY ROSA WILLIAMS taff Assistant Feature Editors TI-IEBO JENNINGS KATHERINE SPENCER JOHN BARKER Magic Mirror Editor FRANK OWEN Make-up Editors RUSSELL MCBRIDE JACK WALKER Exchange Editors BILLY MYERS SIDNEY NOWLIN Humor Editor DAN SI-IULTz Junior-Sophomore Editors JEANNETTE HUGHES MARY CAMPBELL Snapshot Editors PRESTON PATTERSON HOMER JOHNSON FLORENCE BOLTON Typists ELLA MAE KING CHeadj NANCY LEE KIDD BEATRICE CAMPBELL EDITH WHITE RUTH HUDSON Alumni Editors NANCY WOLFE NAN DIUGUID Feature Editor PHIL CRUTE Art Editors DICK WILEY CHARLES CYRUS Proof Readers FRANCES PLUNKETT MARY CAMPBELL FRANCES AGEE FRANCES CLARKE Circulation Manager WARREN PLUNKETT Assistant Business Manager MARVIN HERNCALL muon pm Down Yr-if mae 'P wx-1o'D mf THE ruknacs '? U31-1013 Hx THE , uffmzmw SHQDES? NPIX THE DESKS Q V I z - jx X K X JUNIORS 1 ,I LEIGHTON ACREE LAWRENCE ADAMS L. T. AGEE ROBERT AMONETTE GORDON ANDREWS DICK APPERSON DAVID ARMISTEAD RUSSELL AULTICE KIRK AVERETT RICHARD BALLOWE MARGUERITE BANTON ARTHUR BATEMAN SHIRLEY BEAHM CAROLYN BEARDSWORTI-I I IRENE BENNINGTON OSCAR BLACKWELL MILDRED BLANKENSI-IIP ALICE BLANKS STERLING BLANKS ELIZABETH BOHANNON ALEC BOLTON JANE BOWEN DOT BOYD DOROTHY BRADEN OWEN BRADFORD DOROTHY BROOKS GAY WARD BROWN NORMAN BROWN HELEN BRYAN BILLY BULLOCK ROBERT BUNCH MARY BURFORD LELIA BURGESS CHARLES BYRD BERNARD CALLAHAN JANIE CAMM JANICE CAMPBELL MARY CAMPBELL RICHARD CAMPBELL AUBREY CANDLER WINTHROP CARTER LOIS CARWILE LEONE CHAFFIN ELIZABETH CHENAULT BILLY CHIPLEY VIRGINIA CLARKE FRANCES CLEMMONS ANITA COCHRAN DERVVOOD COCHRAN MARGARET CONNELLY MORRISS COURTNEY MII.DRED COVINGTON HILDA COX JAMES COX LUCY COX ANN CRADDOCK CHARLES CRADDOCK MAE DEAN CRAGHEAD LOIS CRAIGHILL EARL CRANK ELIZABETH CRANK MARGUERITE CUMBY CHARLIE CYRUS EDGAR DALTON J. HUNDLEY DIFFENDAL RAY DRISKILL RA MOND DUFF JIMMY DUNN, JR MARY DOOLEY JEAN DRYSDALE G ENDOLYN DUNCAN ANNA DUVAL NIRMA MADREN MARY JANE MARKLEY JULIAN MARTIN ROBERT MARTIN ROLLINS MAHONY DORIS MARTIN LOUIS MARTIN LOIS MASON ISABEL EDMUNDS AGATHA ELDER LOIS ELLIS LOUISE ERNST ELLEN EVANS SHIRLEY EVANS WALTER EVANS GILBERT FEINMAN EVELYN FERGUSON MABEL FERGUSON LOUISE FLESHMAN BILL FORD JAMES FOSTER POLLY GALLAGHER MYRTLE GAULDIN VIRGINIA GEISSLER BEVERLEY GILMER OTEY GLASS ELIZABETH GOFF LAURA GRAVES AGNES GRIFFIN OWEN HAMILTON MARIA HAMLET DRUCILLA HANDY MACON HARPER CHARLENE HARVEY MARY FRANCES HAWKINS MARVIN HERNCALL ELOISE HICKMAN DOT HIGGINBOTHAM WILHELMINA HIGHT -Mx- HARRY HILL DAVID HILLSMAN DOT HILLSMAN MARY V. HILLSMAN NELL HILLSMAN MELVILLE HOBBS BILLY HOGAN GIBSON HOOTEN JACK HOPKINS POLLY HOUSE FLORENCE HOWELL KATHERINE HOWARD MILDRED HUDSON GAINES HUGHES, Jr. LUCY MAE HUGHES PEARL HURT HOMER JOHNSON LEO JOHNSON ELMIRA JONES PHYLLIS JONES JOHN JUSTICE LLOYD KESSLER . ROBERTA KIDD BUDDY KING HELEN KIRKPATRICK JIMMIE KYLE MILDRED LAWHORNE NELLIE LEATHERS PARKER LEE EUNICE LEEBRICK CLEO LEFTWICH POLLY LIGGAN FRANCES MADDOX CARSON MASENCUP WALLACE MATHENY JOHN MATTHEWS PAULINE MAYBERRY FAIRY MCCRAW LAWRENCE MCCRAW PAULINE MCCRAW ROBERT MCDANIEL WILLIAM MCDANIEL DOROTHY MCDONALD MAYDELLE McDONALD HELEN MCGEHEE FLOYD MCKENNA HELEN MCKENNA WALLACE MCKENNA ETHEL MCNUTT PAULINE MEADORS FRANCES MILES FAYE MILLS HARRY MITCHELL HELEN MOORMAN HELEN MORRIS MARTHA MORRIS NELLIE MORRIS ANN MORRISON RUTH MOYER VIRGINIA MUNDY HILDA MURRIE STUART NEAS CHARLES NEAS SHELBY NICHOLAS ERNEST NUCKLES KATHRYN OAKES NEWMAN OGDEN DAVID H. OGLESBY, Jr. DORIS OGLESBY HARRY ORCHARD DAVID PAGE KATHLEEN PARRISH STY THE PATTISON SAM PERKINS KATHRYN PETERS JEAN PLUNKETT ROSS PRIBBLE MILDRED PRICE .-- TOM PROBST VIRGINIA PROBST DORIS PUGH LESLIE PUGH MALLIE RAMSEY FRANK READ BETTY REID ANNE C. ROBERTSON EVANGELINE ROBERTSON JIM ROBERTSON ELEANOR ROCK MARY BIRD ROGERS THELMA ROGERS CATHERINE RUCKER NELLE RUCKER BETTYE RUSH GEORGE RUSH WALSTRUM RUSH JANIE ST JOHN I , .., K I . K ., , , .. .,. L. I .VIRGINIA WORLEY MARGARET WORSHAM ELEANOR WRIGHT HELEN WORSHAM LLL lL,dLLAALL,LLL -LLL I DAVID SCOTT ELIZABETH SHEFFIELD EARL SHEPHERD SEN ORA SHORTER ETHEL SIMMS OSCAR SISK NELL SLATER BESS SMILEY EVERETTE SMITH HORTENSE SMITH SAM SMITH CATHERINE SPENCER KATHERINE SPROUSE DOROTHY STAPLES CARL STATON ORION TEMPLETON THOMAS TENNYSON R AY THACKER MARY THAXTON BURCE THOMAS HUBERT THOMAS IONA THOMASSON BILLY THOMPSON DOROTHY THOMPSON HAROLD THORNHILL HELEN TORRENCE DOUGLAS TRENT HUDSON TRENT ROLAND TRENT DOROTHY TUCKER ELNORA TUCKER VIOLA TUCKER ARCHER TURNER WARNER UNGER HENRY VAUGHN MARY VIAR MAXEY VIAR DOT VVALLACE LUCY WALLACE VIOLET WALLACE ANDY WALTON BILLY WARD DOT WARE LOUISE WATSON DOT WATT BETTIE WATTS GRAY WEIGAND, jr. LOUISE WEIGAND MARION WELLS JIMMIE WEST CARTER WHEELER LAWRENCE WHITE WESLEY WHITE MAUDE WHITTEN EVANGELINE WILKERSON CHARLES WILKINSON FITZHUGH WILLIAMS SAM WILLIAMS DOUGLAS WILSON HANNON WILSON HOWARD WITT BILLY WOOD JOHN WOOD JOSEPH WOOD i JUNIORS Every year as Graduation Day draws near, the school wonders how it will ever get along without the Senior Class. It always seems that the most conspicuous and capable members in every field are seniors. It is at this time that the school begins to turn in- quiringly to the Junior Class. Are the juniors qualified to carry on with the standards set for them by the Seniors? It is significant that a junior home room achieved the highest number of honor rolls in the school, thus winning the silver cup that goes with this distinction. Helen Gray McGehee and Carolyn Beardsworth, pupils of this home room, represented our school in French and Latin in the language tournament held at Randolph-Macon'College this spring. The most outstanding athletes in the Junior Class are Floyd McKenna, who has been chosen football captain for next yearg Harry Hill, a promising football and basket- ball man, and Hundley Diffendal, who stars in football, basketball, and track. The "Cub,' issue of High Times, which was edited by Homer Johnson, proved the ability of the Juniors in managing the paper. This issue of High Times was excellent in every way and the members of the staff who will be graduated this spring may rest assured that their paper will be in eflicient hands. Three Junior contributors to the Critic whose work shows great promise are Edward Lewis, Betty Reid, and Mallie Ramsey. They are also on the Critic staff. Many of the best stories and poems in the last issue of the Critic were written by Juniors. Our debating team was one-half Junior this year, the representatives being Raymond Markley and Edward Lewis. The Junior Class is also well represented in the more artistic side of school life. Two of the most important members of the orchestra are Eleanor Krebbs, pianist, and Ann Tinsley, who is the violin soloist of the orchestra. The band is also composed largely of Juniors. This Junior Class is eager to step into the vacancy which the Senior Class will leave. They are assuredly capable of fulfilling all that is expected of them and will strive to live up to the traditions set by the Class of 1937. P Y g ? soPHoMoREs PHYLLIS ABBITT DELL ADAMS JEAN ADAMS LUTHER ADAMS GERTRUDE ADLER IRENE ALLEN DORIS ALVIS ORVILLE ANDERSON VIRGINIA ANDERSON RALPH ANTHONY BILLY ARMSTRONG RANDOLPH ARTHUR IRENE ASHWORTH RUTH ASHWORTH JUANITA BACON HOKE BAGGS ARCHER BAILEY DONALD BAIR AL BALDOCK MARGARET BANKS HERBERT BANTON JEANNE BARKSDALE JOSEPHINE BATES WILLIAM BATSON REBECCA BEAHM MARY RUTH BEDFORD VIRGINIA BENNINGTON TAYLOR BIGBIE LUCIAN BLEDSOE BRIAN BOWEN CHARLES BOYD MARY BRACKETT HARMON BRADLEY EUGENE BRANCH MOZELLE BRIGHTWELL DORIS BROOKS DORIS BROOKS DAVID BROWN ELIZABETH BROWN MARGARET BROWN OLGA BROWN EDWARD BRUFFEY EDNA BUCHANAN PAUL BUCHANAN MAVIS BUNCH CLINTON BURNETT EVELYN BURNETT FRANCES BURNETTE MARY BURNHAM JEAN BUTLER OE BYRD J KATHERINE CACHANIS JEAN CALHOUN DOROTHY CAMERON AUBREY CANDLER VIRGINIA CAREY EDWARD CARWILE KATHRYN CARWILE MORELLE CARWILE EVELYN CASSIDY MOLLIE CHEATHAM EVELYN CHEWNING FRED CHILDRESS SUSIE CHRISTIAN E Y 5 DALE CLARK MARGUERITE COLEMAN FLORINE CONNER MARY CONSON BEULAH COLBERT WILLIAM COLEMAN MARIE CONSON JIM CORBITT I ETHEL GROSSE JOE HADLOCK HAZEL HAMLETT CLARENCE HANCOCK MARGARET HAAS GLADYS HALL PETER HAMNER ROBERT HANEI, r-Qc' . 77 Y n, -if W-- JACK COSBY BERTHA COSTAS HAYWOOD COX HILDRID COX JOHN COX HARRY CRABTREE HARVEY CRANK MILDRED CRAWLEY MARVIN CREWS ALICE CURLEE ARTHUR CURRIER MARY FRANCES CURRIER MARIAN DALTON LEE DAMERON MARION DAMERON MAVIS DANIEL MARGARET DARLEY ERNEST L. DAVIDSON BLANCHE DAVIS CATHRYN DAVIS DOT DAVIS JEARLDEAN DAVIS LUCY DAVIS MARY ELIZABETH DAVIS NORA DAVIS DUVAL DEACON BETTY DeWITT DICK DILLON BEATRICE DIXON AMOS DOBSON WANDA DODGION JAMES OLAN ELIZABETH DOSS WINSTON DUDLEY WALTER DUNNON JOSEPHINE EDDY BILLY EUBANK MARY FALWELL HORTENSE FARMER JUNE FERGUSON MARJORIE FERGUSON MONTY FERGUSON WILLIAM FIELD JIMMY FIELDER ELLET FIELDS HERBERT FIGG RUTH FISCHER MARGARET FISHER EVANGELINE FITZGERALD OTIS FRANKLIN ETHEL GOSTER JOE FOX PAGE GANNAWAY WALTER GARBEE WILLIAM GARBEE HERBERT GARRETT MURIL GIBSON THELMA GILL MARGARET GILMER ELMO GOODEN BILL GOOLSBY ELIZABETH GORDON JIM GRAFF J GWEN GRAY LEONARD HANSEN BARBARA HARDING EDITH HARDY LORINE HARGIS GILES HARRIS MARGUERITE HARRIS SAM HARRIS W. E. HARRIS CALVIN HARTLESS A, H. HAWKINS, Jr. RUTH HENSON ORIST HERRING GLADYS HIOKS TR AVERSE HIOHT HELEN HILL JULIA ANNE HILL BYRD HILLSMAN FRANCES HILLSMAN DOROTHY HINES BOBBY HOLDREN DOT HOLLORAN PEGGY HOLSTON LILLIAN HONIG JESSE HOPKINS MILDRED HUDSON PAUL HUDSON SYLVIA HUDSON WALTER HUDSON MARGARET HUFF HOMER HUGHES DICK HULL KATHERINE HUNTER MADELINE HUNTER STEWART IRBY ESTELLE IRVIN ELSIE JACKSON W. L. JEFFERSON ANNE JENNINGS BILLY JENNINGS ERNEST JESSEE HARRY JOHNS ARTHUR JOHNSON LADD JOHNSON TOM JOHNSON CARY JONES EVELYN JONES FRANCES JONES MARGARET JONES FRANCES KASH BETTIE KAVANAUGH CLINTON KERSEY CHRISTINE KESSLER JOHN KESSLER RAYMOND KESSLER, Jr. VIRGINIA KIRKPATRICK PERCY KIR BY ARDEAN KING ELEANOR KREBBS BAYLIS KUNZ LONA KUNZ ADLAI KYLE HOWARD KYLE GEORGE LACY, II DORIS LONDEREE HELLICE LAUGHLIN KENNETH LAWLESS SARAH V. LAWSON LAURA LEATHERS NELLIE LAWHORNE WALTER LAWRENCE MARY LAYNE EDWARD LEWIS A A 1 I fl JOHN PARRISH JUANITA PERDUE CLAIBORNE PERROW RHETT PETERS WILLIAM PENNY DOROTHY PERKINS ' HAZEL PETERS IACQUELINE PETRI EDWARD LEWIS BILL LOVING LEOLA LOWE LOUISE LUCADO ROBERT MAHANES EDWARD MANTIPLY RAYMOND MARKLEY, jr. WARREN MARKS JOE MARSH IANE MARSHALL ROSE MARTIN EARLE MASON MARION MASON MARY MEADE MASON WARREN MASON REBECCA MATHEWS PHYLLIS MAWYER KIRK MAYBERRY LOUISE MAYBERRY FRANCES MAYS JOHN MCALLISTER ELIZA MCDANIEL ELIZABETH MCDANIEL MARVIN MCDAVID LOUIS McDONALD ETHEL MCFALL CHESS MCGHEE, JR. ' CHARLOTTE McGINNIS TED MCHANEY MARY MILLER MCLAUGHLIN GEORGE MCLENNAN MORTON MCNUTT POLLY MEADOWS DOROTHY MEIDLING -IANICE MEETS ALEASE MILES HERBERT MILES CAROLYN MINNICK GUY MITCHELL RICHARD MITCHELL ISABELLE MONTGOMERY MARGARET MORGAN PEYTON MORGAN EDWARD MORRIS FRED MORRIS ,JAMES MORRIS VIRGINIA MORRIS THELMA MORTON CHARLES MOSER CLARENCE MUNDAY FRANK MURRAY ANN NEWMAN DICK O'DONNELL ELIZABETH O'DONNELL BOBBY OGLESBY PHYLLIS OPPLEMAN LAWRENCE ORR FRANK OTTINGER KENNETH OTTINGER MILDRED OTTINGER BETHEA OWEN BILLY PADGETT BILLY PALMER FRANCES PARIS I. MARY JANE PETTYJOHN PAUL PHELPS RAYMOND PHELPS CONLEY PHIFER CHARLES PHILLIPS MARY L. PHILLIPS LEWIS PLUNKETT ROBERT PLUNKETT ANNE POINDEXTER JEANNE POINDEXTER FRANCES POWELL DOROTHY PRICE ROBERT PUGH WILLIE RUTH PUGI-I BILLY RAGLAND FRANK RAGLAND BOB RAPP LEWIS READ VIRGINIA REYNOLDS CLARENCE RICE RUBY RICE NELLIE RICHARDSON GEORGE RICHESON CHARLES RICKETTS CLARENCE ROBERTS DOT ROBERTSON FLOYD ROBERTSON RUTH ROCK MARY RODGERS ELAINE ROSS ESSIE RUCKER ROY RUCKER CHRISTINE RUHLAND GENEVIEVE RUSH JEANETTE RUSSELL BERT SADLER JIMMIE SALE LORENE SALE BILL SANDIDOE FRANK SAUNDERS DAWN SHANKLIN LOUIS SHANNON WILBUR SHEARER ELMER SHORT JAMES SHORT DAN SHUMATE PHYLLIS SIMPSON CLAUDE SKELTON BILLY SLATER MARGARET SLAUGHTER DUNCAN SMITH HAZEL SMITH JEAN SMITH jOSEPHINE SMITH NICK SMITH PAULINE SMITH - REX SMITH FRANCES SMOOT GENEVA SNEAD GEORGE SNEAD VIRGINIA SNEAD WILLIAM SPEICKER GRACE SPENCER MARGARET SPENCER EUGENE SPRADLIN FRANK SPRUCE FLORENCE STANFORD DOT STENSON HERMAN SPROUSE ELEANOR STALLING BILLY STANLEY VOYLE STEPHENS LEONARD WOODY MILDRED WORSHAM RACHEL WRIGHT 'JOE WYATT OLLIE WOOTTON ARLENE WRIGHT VIRGINIA NVRIGHT ' ROGER YOUNG CAROL STEPPE KINGSLEY STEVENS MARTHA STEVENS FANNIE STOKES - WILLIAM STRATTON CHARLES SUMPTER JACK SU TLER MARY JANE SUTLER JACK SUTOR DOROTHY SWANSON BRANTLEY SYDNOR DICK TAYLOR LOVE TEMPLETON MONTAGUE TENNYSON MERYLE THAXTON N AN THAXTON ERLE THOMPSON GEORGE THOMPSON HUBERT THORNTON ANN TINSLEY MILDRED TOLLEY WYATT TOLLEY ROBERT TONEY BILL TORRENCE NANCY TOWLES HELEN TRAVIS EMIEL TRENT LAWRENCE TRENT HAZEL TREVEY ELEANOR TUCKER CLAUDE TURNER ELIZABETH TURNER MARGARET TURNER MARY TURPIN CALVIN UNRUE ALTON VASOLD ETHEL VAYNES EDITH VIAR MILDRED VIAR DAVID WALLACE P. L. WALTON OWEN WEIGAND LAWRENCE WELLS DICK WEST BOBBIE LEE WHITE EVERNEAL WHITE MARJORIE WHITE RUTH WHITMAN BILLY WILKINSON EARL WILKERSON BOBBY WILKINS HARRY WILKINS GERTRUDE WILSON LEE WILSON CONRAD WINGFIELD ELIZABETH WINGFIELD MARTHA F. WINGFIELD VERA WITT JUANITA WOOD LOIS WOOD VAN WOOD CHARLES WOODALL MARGARET WOODALL JEAN WOODFIN H. A. C. WALKER Principal Earultg PAULINE T. FISHER Dean of Girls, History CHARLES M. ABBOT History, German HARRIETTE S. BELL Spanish SAMUEL HENRY BENNETT English RUTH H. BLUNT English E. F. BURMAHLN Director of Business Education LEWIS T. DAVIS Head of Latin Department ADDIE. T. EURE English JACK EVANS English, History GROVER EVERETT Physics, Chemistry THOMAS M. FUNK Mathematics, Athletic Coach ELIZABETH C. GLASS Latin, History LILLIAN F. GREGORY Head of Romance Language Department CLEMENTINE GOODE DAVIS Shorthand ETTIE K. HARVEY Bookkeeping KATHLEEN HOLMES French, Spanish J. HEATH LEWIS Head of History Department L. H. MCCUE, JR. Head of Science Department FRED B. MCLAURIN Mathematics Miss Fisher, Miss Wiggins, Mr. Lewis Mrs. Gregory, Mr. McCue, Mr. Bierly Mrs. Helbig, Mr. Warthen, Miss Peck Earultg EVELYN L. MOORE English HELEN H. NELSON English MATTIE H. C. NICHOLAS English ROSCOE R. OGLESBY Government, Social Prohlems LONNIE WOODRUFF- OWEN Commercial Geography, Typewriting MARY SPOTSWOOD PAYNE English BEULAH PHIPPS Chemistry ERMA LEE PORTER Ty pewriting, Shorthand , Transcription Miss Payne, Mr. Oglesby, Miss Nelson Miss Williams, Mrs. Owen, Mr. Bennet Miss Harvey, Mrs. Davis, Miss Matthews BLAKE E. ISLEY Assistant Principal, Mathematics RUTH H. PREBBLE Typewriting, Commercial Geography MARSHALL SMITH Biology C. A. SYDNOR Mathematics ELSIE V. TALBOT English ELIZABETH N .WALLACE History EVELINA O. WIGGINS Head of English Department MARGARET F. WILLIAMS Bookkeeping, Commercial Geography Ojice Training FANNIE B. WRIGHT History NELL CLINGENPEEL Commercial Geography, Girls' Athletics MARTHA E. MATTHEWS History, Shorthand, Commercial Geography Eafuurg R. LEWIS BIERLY Music MARGARET HELBIG Art C. R. WARTHEN Physical Training ISABEL PECK Physical Trainng NORVELL CRAIGHILL Librarian ANICE HOWELL Secretary to Principal PHOEBE EDMUNDS Supervisor of Study Halls MRS. D. M. DAVIS Director of Cafeteria MRS. B. R. CHAMBERS . Assistant Director of l Cafeteria Miss Porter, Mrs. Wallace, Miss Clingenpeel, Mr. EL'!'l'l?ff Mr. Evans, Miss Bell, Miss Holmes, Miss Craighill Mr. Funk, Mrs. Nicholas, Miss Glass, Miss Prehblv Miss Moore, Miss Talbot, Mr. Davis, Mrs. Ezzre Miss Wright, Mr. MCI.d1tTl1l, Mr. Abbot, Miss Phipps Mr. Smith, Mr. Syzlnor, Miss Blunt, Mr. Burrnahln ATHLETICS IEUUIDSII Scanty material and doubtful practice ses- sions caused Coach Tom Funk plenty of wor- ries at the beginning of the 1936 football season, but before the first game had rolled around the Hilltoppers began to function smoothly and powerfully. Realizing that his team was taking on the most difficult schedule they had ever attempted, Coach Funk experimented throughout the earlier part of the season in an attempt to mould together two powerful elevens that he could alternately substitute in order to make the most of the eleven-game schedule. Rabid followers of the Hilltop waited breath- lessly for the initial game and after seeing their favorites crush a valiant South Boston High team were amazed to discover that their high school was represented by what appeared to be a powerful team. Although outweighed the Caplain Dan Iuslice Assistant Captuin Faulkner following week by the Hampden-Sydney Fresh- men, the Hillmen took to the air to gather in two touchdowns for a victory. Betting odds on Thomas Jefferson High of Richmond for the third game placed the Hill- top as the underdog but the dope was upset in a spectacular fashion when Glass's All-State guard "Red" Saunders placed a beautiful drop kick over the goal posts to give Glass a 3-0 victory. Visions and talk of a state championship prevailed in the Hilltop camp the next week, but on the following Saturday in Richmond the Hilltop gridders were pushed around in mud and blinding rain to lose to John Marshall, 18 tO 0. Glass played its next contest on the old city stadium field and this change of location seemed to aid them in downing a fighting Salem High team 17 to 0. This victory proved costly, however, as Gentry Plunkett and Mike Hill, halfback and reserve center respectively, re- ceived broken collar bones, which forced them out for the remainder of the season. 5 , ,Q Firsf row: DuPriexf, Mcwrymun, Saumlerx, Moseley, Holbrook, Wood, Hooten Second row: Coach Funk, McKenna, Harlow, justice, Oglcxby, Coach Smith, Varsity: Dan Iusiice, Cdflfdlllj Tom Fuulle11er, Asslsfani Capfain, Billy D11Pv'iesf, Red Sazzmlers, Floyd McKenna, C. T. Holbrook, Tovpumy Merrymufz, Bill Moxely, Frank Horton, Gentry Plzmlzett, jmncs Hawkins, 101711 Ogleslfy. Squarl: Hurry Hill, Billy MrCIi11lic, Bruce Thomas, Tell Ojjftcrdinger, Maurice McCarthy, Van Wood, Alfreq' Callalaam, Gibson Hoofen, Hzzndley Dijenrlal, Iimmy Taylor. ' A powerful Maury High eleven had a hard Hght in overcoming the Hillmen in Nor- folk, when they were victorious by a 13 to 7 count. Although they lost the game, the Hilltoppers had the honor of playing the first high school football game on Foreman Field, William and Maryls new stadium in Norfolk. The three games that followed were all heart-breakers. Each resulted in a tie. A scoreless deadlock resulted with Danville and the following week Greensboro was tied at 13-13. To make matters worse a tie resulted the next Saturday with Portsmouth this time another scoreless tie Glass students banded together and descended the next week upon Roanoke, their arch rivals, in an attempt to atone for all losses by cheering their Blue and White team on to victory. They returned crestfallen when their favorites were defeated by a safety, which proved the winning margin in the Magicians 2 to 0 victory. Bitter cold prevailed in Charlottesville for the final game as the Hilltop climaxed its season as it steam-rollered to a 19 to 6 victory. ' Taken as a whole, the season was a fairly successful one. Out of eleven strenuous games there came five victories, three ties, and three losses. Scholastic difficulties coupled with that old kill-joy, injury, hindered the Hilltop in what should have been a more successful season. 1-' ' First row fleft fo rigblj: Genfry P11mke1'l, Hundlq D1 mdul Hang H111 Brllg Cbzpleq Stroud row: Kiuh T. Ford, Bill PnHe1'.v011, Tom Faullener Cuptumj Dan Iuvlzce john Oglexlvy Third row: Lmn Marks, Fncully Muuugvr McCm' Conch I"1lnIz Ed Grzllowaj Nui in jzicturc: Harry johns subrlzlnte Basktthall With perhaps his strongest returning nucleus in years, Coach Tom Funk looked forward to what he hoped would be a most successful basketball season. Before the- last game was played this dream became a reality. From the start the five-man combination of Captain Faulkner, Dan Justice, Bill Patterson, john Oglesby, and Kiah T. Ford showed that they were capable of championship honors. The Hilltoppers found no difficulty in sweeping aside their foes in the early stages of the sea- son. They received their Hrst setback at the hands of Roanoke in an upsetting last quarter rally on the part of the Magicians. Determined to avenge this defeat, the Hilltoppers conquered the Magicians a few weeks later on their home floorg thus clinching the Western District title. Btsumt nf Basketball tasun The next step to a state championship would have been a victory over John Marshall High of Richmond. Before a capacity crowd in the City Armory, the Hilltoppers met the precision machine of the -Justices only to fall behind in defeat. Defeated in their bid for state championship honors, the Glass men had to be content with the Western District title. ' As one of the leading basketball teams in the state the Hilltoppcrs were invited to participate in the South Atlantic basketball tournament at Washington and Lee Uni- versity. Here their luck failed them, as they were eliminated on the first day of the three day tournament. Several of the Hilltop players received individual honors for their action throughout the season. Dan Justice was elected All-Tournament forward at the Richmond Invita- tion Tournament. ' Captain Tom Faulkner was elected to the All-State forward positiong while John Oglesby was appointed guard and captain of the All-State second team. Ghttr Etadtrs Ann Fitzgerald Frank Owen Bertram Schewel Florence Bolton Russell McBride Margaret Hadlock ,, w A First row: Russel McBride, Ioe Woolf, Hnnrlley Diffenrlal, Billy DuPriesi, Floyd McKenna, Charles Moser, Harry Hill, Ed Galloway, Gentry Plunkett. E Second row: Kilpen Spencer, Bill Crarlrlocle, Fred Childress, Douglas Wilson, Earl Crank, Leon Marks, Frank Torrenee, Bruce Hudson, William Batson. Third row: Coach Evereif, Nick Smith, Peter Hd'IlI1161', Raymond Phelps, Bill Palterson, George McLennan, Bill Goolshy, joe Marsh, Richard Short, Coach Funk. FHER Glass High's youthful track coach, Mr. Grover Everett, faced more than one difficult problem at the beginning of the 1937 track season. Aside from a difficult schedule he had a scant nucleus of two returning lettermen, Captain Billy DuPriest and Hundley Diffendal. Taking what new material he had, Mr. Everett worked for weeks with the result that several promising dash and distance runners were turned out. The first meet with Durham High of North Carolina was cancelled because of extremely chilly weather. Bad weather proved a handicap to the Hilltoppers for almost half of their meets as either rain or cold weather held the time and distance records down. Meets with Washington and Lee Freshmen, V. M. I. Freshmen, Hargrave Military Academy, Roanoke, and John Marshall were held. Coach Everett should be congratulated for his fine work and capable guidance in turning out an excellent team. Coach Smith, Iobn Blum, Nea' Anthony, YVarren Plunkett, Meredith Pl1mLett Huglo Gantt Glass Glass Glass Glass Glass Glass CI-Ierej fTherej .... Q Here Q QTherej .,.. Munford Biggs. Tznnis Team . . 4 Roanoke 4 . . . . 4 Roanoke ...... . . . 7 Charlottesville . . . . , 6 Danville .... . . . 6 Danville ,...... . .. 7 Lynchburg College FOOTBALL SCORES E-I1thlttitStnrt5 uf tht Swann South Boston .4........., 0 Hampden-Sydney Freshmen 0 Thomas Jefferson ,.,...,.. 0 John Marshall ,... ...,.. 1 8 Salem ......, . A 6 Maury ..... A A 13 Danville .,.,. . A 0 Portsmouth . . . . 0 Greensboro . . A A 13 Roanoke ....,,... A . 3 Charlottesville ..., A . 6 Glass High .... Glass High Glass High Glass High Glass High. A . Glass High Glass High Glass High Glass High Glass High Glass High BASKETBALL SCORES L. H. S. A A .AAAA A. 35 L. H. S. ...A A. 34 L. H. S. ..A. ...A 3 0 L. H. S. ..... . A A 24 L. H. S. ..,. .A 17 L. H. S. A A . A. 25 L. H. S. A.AA A , . 32 L. H. S. A.AA AA 22 IA.. H. S. .AAA ,. 45 L. H. S. A..A . 56 L. H. S. .A.. A. 32 L. H. S. ...A 39 L. H. S. ...A A. 27 L. H. S. .... .. 18 L. H. S. AA.. 29 L. H. S. ..AA ,A 43 L. H. S. ...A AA 46 L. H. S. .AA. A. 20 Lexin Salem gton Jefferson A A . Danvi lle Durham Roanoke . A Hampden- Hargrave A.AA, Salem Charlottesville A Danvi lle Charlottesville . Roanoke .AA. Durham A...., Hargr EIVC ..A.. Hampden-Sydney V. M. I. Frosh. A John Marshall A TRACK RESULTS Washington and Lee, Frosh. A 69 V. M. I. Frosh AA,AA.AA..A. 61 Hargrave ...A.A.,...AA,.A 41 Jefferson ,A.A -A A , A A A 30 1-6 John Marshall ..A. . . A 62 Glass Glass Glass Glass Glass High High High High High A.AA Sydnlev Frosh A ilili Frosh 39 13 3 0 12 7 0 0 13 0 19 16 14 27 22 20 26 10 36 20 5 20 7 20 36 23 18 35 33 48 52 76 .A 86 5-6 55 Front row: Elnora Tucker, Evangeline Robertson, Betty Rush, Estelle Irvin, Katherine Hunter, Phyllis Opplernan, Marie Conson, Dot Braden, Elizabeth Hudson, Eloise Hickman, Hazel Treuey, Louise Fleshman, Lury Wallaee, Lucy Mae Hughes, Virginia Geissler, Carolyn Beardsworth, Eleanor Krebbs, Ethel Vaynes, Dot Ware, Katherine Howard, Irene Bennington, Frances Agee, Katherine Spencer. Second row, seated: Ethel Foster, Fanny Stokes, Roberta Kidd, Margaret Wright, Madeline Hunter, Margaret Haas, Virginia Saunders, Eleanor Wright, Coach Clingenpeel, Margaret Hadlock, Ruth Hudson, Louise Mason, Catherine Cachinas, Dot Stenson, Marjorie Gooden, Leighton Acree, Martha Wilson, Florence Bolton, Druseilla Handy, Melville Hobbs, Polly Rhodes, Virginia Worley, Mary Lewis Phillips, Dorothy Holloran, Polly Hughes, Ann Fitzgerald, Elsie Iackson, Bert McClure. Back row, standing: Helen Torrence, Mary Conson, Ii1n1nie Kyle, Sterling Blanks, Gertrude Adler, Dorothy Thompson, Millie Wallare, Iean Drysdale, Helen Iester, Laura Graves, Claiborne Perrow, Ann Holt, Winifred Morrison. Girls' thttits Girl's athletics started off with a bang this year! In addition to the regular sports was hockey which proved to be exceedingly popular. Another major activity of the fall was basketball. In the city league the Midgets were the undefeated championsg while the Juniors took the first and second places. Volley ball was the chief interest of girl athletics during the spring term. For the first time in four years there was a city volley ball league. Under the able direction of our new coach, Miss Nell Clingenpeel, our girls had an unusually successful year. Congratulations to Helen Bradley who was chosen to represent the Seniors in the Hall of Fame! Basketball: Helen Bradley, Sr., Shirley Beahm, Jr.g Laura Graves, Marie Conson, Midget Team. Hockey: Helen Bradley, June Hendricks, Mary Lewis Phillips, Helen Jester. Volley Ball: Doris Pugh, Lucy Mae Hughes, Margaret' Wright. Tyree meditating. Levitation. The steps to learning Is zat so? Brain trust? My hero. Witiiout a price. Bench warmers. Faulkner's pYOECgESS. Sing, baby, sing. Play time. An educated man. Resting for a sprint. Justice in his element Mentor. L. H. As it were! ACTIVITIES 'Datinnal honor ntittg In the spring of 1925 the E. C. Glass Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized with the purpose of encouraging in the school the cardinal qualities of char- acter, scholarship, leadership, and service. By these four principles-creating an en- thusiasm for scholarship, stimulating a desire to render service, promoting leadership, and developing character in the students-American secondary schools develop. Membership in the Society is chosen by the faculty, which selects no more than fifteen per cent of the upper third of the graduating class, taking into consideration in the selection the scholastic record made by the student during his four years in high school and his rating by the faculty on character, leadership, and service. If a student has shown himself to be exceptionally outstanding in one of these qualities Without having made high attainments in the other three requirements, he may still be voted into the society. Election to membership in the National Honor Society is the greatest honor a pupil in high school can achieve. Forty-one members, outstanding in scholarship, leadership, character, and service make up the 1937 Chapter of the National Honor Society. The program in assembly, a very impressive one, had as its main speaker Mr. John M. Turner, of Lynchburg College. His subject was "The Ayes Have It." The four officers and the service and program committees Were elected as soon as possible and the rings, pins, and charms ordered. Plans were also made for the annual picnic. The Society's service program this year is to consist of coaching, the transcription of the Junior records in order that next year's chapter may get started earlier, and possibly the publication of a handbook. First row fleft to rightj: Dave Miller, Macey Rosenthal, Phil Crute, XVarren Plunkett, Lawrence Belcher, Earl Watts, Carl Peters. Seconrl row: Lucy Staples, Ann Fitzgeralfl, Virginia Morrisette, Rosalia Vffhitaleer, Elizabeth Huzlson, Miss Fisher, Iuflith Marshall, Phyllis Osborn, Edith White, Lillie Mae Curlee. Thiril row:Mary Lewis, Alive Clarke, Ella Mae King, Mary Alys Plunkett, Eleanor Phillips, Polly Rhodes, Dorothy Carroll, Nancy Phillips, Ieannette Hughes, Frances Agre. Fourth row: Hugh Gantt, Bill Bl!111kC7ZSblf2, Billy Myers, Edwaril Galloway, Newton Shearer, Beatrife Canilzlaell, Milrlreil Madison, Iinlrny McPherson, Munforrl Biggs. Not in the picture: Clair Evans, Annie Leebriclz, ECl1Uflftl Plunkett, Florence Stenson, Frances Taylor, Florence jones. Tlflatinnal nnnr using OFFICERS WARREN PLUNKETT . . President ELIZABETH HUDSON . Vice-President LAURENCE BELCHER . . Treasurer JUDITH MARSHALL . . Secretary Miss PAULINE FISHER Faculty Advisor Frint row: Iuanita Lindsey, Richard Carnpbell, Earl Crank, Homer Iohnson, Ann Fitzgerald, Nan Diuguid, Riva Mojfit, Dorothy McCormick, Margaret Haddock, Nancy Kidd, Doris Pettyiohn. Second row: Dorothy Carroll, Mary Campbell, Ted Ojfterdinger, Sain Williams, Ieannette Hughes, Miss Moore, Phyllis Osborn, Miss Talbot, Miss Williams, Ivan Wood, Eleanor Phillips, Drucilla Handy. Third row: Helen Callaharn, Thebo Iennings, Bert Schewel, Rosalia Whitaker, Orion Templeton, Macey Rosenthal, Nettie Massie, Fourth row fstandingj: Rita Spruce, Senora Shorter, Elizabeth Wingfield, Edith White, Kiah T. Ford, Francis Harper, Ed Galloway, Bernard MeDear1non, W. L. Berry, L. T. Agee, Bob Sandidge, jack Walker, Dot Hillsrnan, Lucy Mae Hughes, Helen Iester, Virginia Worley, Lillian Trout, Ann Holt. Fifth row: Mr. Burrnahln, lack Alrnond, Gaines Hughes, Parley McReynolds, Munford Biggs, Dick Wiley, jack Wood, Paul Phelps, Saul Ehrich, Leighton Acree, Wiviifred Morrison, Phyllis Patterson, Barbara Gough, Nell Slater. igh Eimrs PHYLLIS OSBORN . ...... Editor-in-Chief IVAN Woon . . . . . . Assistant Editor JEANNETTE HUGHES . .... Managing Editor RIVA MOFFIT ...... Assistant Managing Editor Associate Editor-Ann Fitzgerald, Homer Johnson, Dorothy McCormack, Ted Offter- dinger, Sam Williams. . Departmental Editor-Nell Slater, Orion Templeton, Drucilla Handy, Phyllis Patterson, Lucy Mae Hughes, Jack Almond, Eleanor Phillips, Bob Sandidge, Ann Holt, Mary Alys Plunkett, Bernard McDearmon, Owen Bradford, Robert Amonette, Dick Taylor, Dot Hillsman, Gaines Hughes, Munford Biggs. RICHARD CAMPBELL . . . . . Business Manager EARL CRANK . . . . . . Assistant Business Manager Advertising Stajf-Bert Schewel, Lillian Crabtree, Nan Diuguid, Margaret Hadlock, Riva Moffitt, Nettie Massie, Ed Galloway, Rosalie Whitaker, Thebo Jennings, Francis Harper, Clara Cooper, Helen Kirkpatrick. Typists-Nancy Kidd, head typistg Edith White, Dorothy Carroll, Frances Wright, Elizabeth Wingfield, Helen Callaham, Bernice Godsey, W. L. Berry. uill and trnll OFFICERS PHYLLIS OSBORN ...... . . President JEANNETTE HUGHES . . Vice-President N NANCY PHILLIPS . . . Secretary JIMMY MCPHERSON ......... Treasurer l The E. C. Glass Chapter of Quill and Scroll has completed this year one of the most important pieces of work that it has ever undertaken. During the Lynchburg Sesqui- Centennial, it erected, on his hitherto unmarked grave in the old Methodist Cemetery, a monument of'green stone to Bransford Vawter, Lynchburg's first poet. To help meet the expenses, members of the Quill and Scroll sold copies of his well-known love poem, "I'd Offer Thee This Hand of Mine," which has been set to music. Later a sketch of Vawter's birthplace, drawn by Charles Cyrus, was presented by the Society to the Lynchburg Museum. In the spring, a candlelight service was held for the installation of new members. This was followed by a Quill and Scroll banquet. First row: Riva Mofit, Ann Filzgerald, Ieannette Hughes, Miss Talbot, Phyllis Osborn, Miss Moore, Nancy Phillips, Mary Aly: Plunkelt, Elizabeth Hudson. Second row: Homer johnson, jimmy McPherson, Ella Mae King, Elizabeth Anne Campbell, Ted Ojter- dinger, Sanz Williams, Dorothy MCC0l'77llClf., Doi Hillsman, Ivan Wood, Dan Shullz. Back row: Carolyn Bearrlsworth, Irene Bennington, Nell Slater, Bernice White, Evangeline Robertson, jean Drysrlale, Dorothy Hiilsinan. Seconrl row from hack: Lucy Wallace, Rosalia Whitaker, Ianie Palmer Canzrn, Ann Morrison, Laura Graves, Isabel Eii1nuna's, Katherine Howard, Madelone lessee. Third row hack: Ann Fitzgerald, Virginia Geissler, Rita Spruce, Lucy Staples, Eleanor Phillips, Iuzlith Marshall, Lucy Mae Hughes, Mary Campbell, Katherine Spencer, Elizabeth Ann Canijiheil. Fourth row from hack: Helen faster, Helen MeGehee, Nancy Phillips, Miss Glass, Elizabeth Hnflson, Frances Clarke, Ieannefte Hughes, Ann Holi. Seaterl on ground: Walter Evans, Newton Shearer, Iiininy McPherson, Carl Peters, Macey Rosenthal, Sain Williams, Parker Lee, Earl Tyree. ht Latin luh OFFICERS Conseils . . . ELIZABETH HUDSON, NANCY PHILLIPS Pontifex Maximus . . . . . . JIMMY MCPHERSON Censor . . . . . . . . HELEN MCGEHEE Qnaestor . . . . . . . . . ANN HOLT Aeriiles . . HELEN JESTER, FRANCES CLARKE Tribune . . . . . . . . . JEANNETTE HUGHES The Latin Club is now two years old, and during its second year it has lived up to the record set by its founders. In addition to reference books of Roman life, a number of novels based on Roman history have been added to the club library, and through the efforts of the club examples of Roman scrolls and lamps have become the possessions of the Latin Department. Several members contributed poems, book-plates, and paintings, based on classical subjects, to an exhibition of student work at the state Latin Tourna- ment, held for this district at Randolph-Macon Woman's College on April 17. At all times the Latin Club has been actively pursuing its goal of making Latin more appealing to high school students. . panish lub OFFICERS FALL TERM SPRING TERM PHYLLIS PATTERSON . . . President WIARREN PLUNKETT - - ' Pffslflfnf BILLY MYERS . . . Vice-President EARLE WATTS .. . . Vice-President NELSON STROTHER l g u Secretary SCOTT FAULCONER ' - - SfC"f'f""3l MARSHALL WHITE . . . . Treasurer CLAIR EVANS - - l- T1'f'05Wf"' MISS BELL .... Faculty Adviser The Spanish Club, this year, has certainly Succeeded in making the study of Spanish a fascinating thing. The members have sung Spanish songs, played Spanish games and presented Spanish plays at their regular meetings. They have become familiar with the best Spanish literature, both prose and poetry. Senor Roberta de la Rosa, a good will student from Mexico, spoke in Spanish to the Spanish classes describing many of his country's customs, thus giving Spanish students a Splendid opportunity to actually use the language they had learned in the class room. Front row: Marjorie Knight, Riva Moyfit, Helen Watts, Phyllis Patterson, Miss Harriette Bell, Wai'ren Plunkett, I. W2 Shepherd, Price Thornfzson, I. W. Brooles, Bill Fox, Maurice McCarthy. Second row: Doris Pettyjohn, fheloufj Margaret Lee, Iahozfej Frances Plunkett, Eleanor Shelton, Billy Myers Lee React, Ioe Harrly. Third row fstanrlingj: Evelyn Howell, Louise Mason, Frances Patterson, Marjorie Gooden, Edith Wright, Marshall White, Dave Antowitz, Earl Dunn, Bertram Schewel, Earl Watts, Lois Riley. Back row: Polly Rhodes, Mary Lewis, Phil Crate, Margaret McGehee, Lawrence Belcher, W. T. Dunn, Eclmnna' Marsh, Earl Pearson, Wyatt Routon, Frank Grayson, john Barker. Front row: Estelle Irvin, Franees Miles, Doris Pugh, Eleanor Wright, Dorothy Holloran Elsie Iaekson, Phyllis Opplenian, Florence Bolton, Louise Mason, Mary Lewis Phillips, Helen Hill, Shirley Evans, Elnora Tneker Evangeline Robertson. Seeonil row: Mr. Everett, Handley Dijfenilal, Frank Horton, Teil Ojflterclinger, Billy DnPriest, Harry Iohns, Kiah T. Forrl, Gibson Hooten, Dan Instiee, Iohn Ogleshy, Manriee McCarthy Bill Patterson, Harry Hill, Toni Faulkner, Iinzniy Taylor, Toni Merrynzan, Katherine Howard, Dorothy XVare. Thira' row: Helen Iester, Margaret Wright, Shirley Beahin, Mililrezl Hmlson, Helen McKenna Ann Holt, Ann Fitzgerald, Margaret Harlloek, Inanita Perilne, Helen Torrenee, Hazel Treuey, Eloise Hickman, Virginia Geissler, Carolyn Bearilsworih Laura Graves, Ethel Vaynes, Katherine Caehanis, Lney Mae Hughes. Fourth row: Billy Chipley, Neil Anthony. Hugh Gantt, Warren Plunkett, lark Walker, Mnnforrl Biggs, Ioe Marsh, Billy Wood, Lawrence Belcher, Ed Galloway, Leon Marks, Phil Crute, Iaines Hawkins, Gentry Plunkett, Charles Moser, Bertram Sehewel, Floyd McKenna, jean Drysilale. nnngram lub The Monogram Club is an organization composed of the athletes of the school. ,The boys and girls who have participated in group as well as individual athletics receive monograms and automatically become members of the club. This year, there were about sixty members, some of whom have earned more than one letter. There are a number of promising athletes who will be left to carry on the school athletics after the graduation of the senior members. GKPIIIHI1 lllll OFFICERS GIBSON HOOTEN- .......... President JIMMY COX . . .... Secretary and Treasurer MR. ABBOTT ......... Faculty Adviser MOTTO-Liclat, mehr Licht The object of the German Club is to supplement classwork and to become acquainted with the life and customs of the German people. Through talks, plays, songs, and games, in which both students and teacher participated, an understanding of these peeple can be developed. German art, music, and literature contribute to the educational part of the program. At Christmas the club presented a German play at Randolph-Macon Woman,s Col- lege. It was verygrellgacted, and adeptly managed. J i 7 QR jimmy Cox, Gibson Hoolen, Charles Crazfrfock, Mr. Abbot, Charles Wilkerson, jimmic Kyle, Mary lane Marklcy, Riva Mojfif, Virginia Geissler. First row: Eleanor jordan, Rosalia Whitaker, Frank Owen, Thebo Iennings, Faculty Advisor Abbott, Elizabeth Anne Campbell, Nancy Wolfe, Rosa Williams, Bert Schewel, jack Walker, Moses Hoppenstein, Iaines Conson, Frances Harper. Second row: Ann Holt, Pntnani Mundy, Eleanor Phillips, Page Loyd, Nettie Massie, Claiborne Perrow, Dorothy Davis. Third row: Ann Fitzgerald, Margaret MeGehee, Dorothy Staples, Mary Frances Hawkins, Page Gannaway, Lee Read, Price Thompson, Phyllis Osborn. Fourth row: Mary Campbell, Bill Myers, Phil Crnte, .Billy Ward, Bill Blankenship, Ed Galloway, Gertrude Adler, David Hillsinan, Donald Hanson, Virginia Kirkpatrick, Florence Bolton, Edith White, Eleanor Kash, Kiah T. Ford, Evelyn Murrell, Margaret Hadloek, Rita Spruce, Frances Agee. Last row: Howard Satterwhite, Russell McBride, Maurice McCarthy. ilD5HDlll G8l'l'iEk IHQKFB OFFICERS ELIZABETH ANNE CAMPBELL . . . . President RUSSEL MCBRIDE .... . Vice-President THEBO JENNINGS . . Secretary ROSALIA WHITAKER . . . . . . . . . Treasurer The David Garrick Players, a club of about forty members who have shown talent and interest in dramatics, has been one of the outstanding groups in Glass High this year. The players have furnished talent for dramatic productions in the Music Department, the Girl Reserves and Hi-Y Clubs and for the Senior Play. Several David Garrick players have taken roles in the Lynchburg Little Theater plays. For the first time in a number of years, the club entered a play in the Virginia Literary and Athletic Meet. This playg "Heart of a Clown," by Constance Powell Anderson, was under the able direction of Mrs. H. T. Nicholas and Mr. Charles Abbot, Advisers, hzmistrg luh OFFICERS ELEANOR KASH . . . . President WARREN PLUNKET1' . . Vice-President MARY ALYS PLUNKETT . . . Treasurer NANCY JANE NVOLFE . . . Secretary Miss BEULAH PHIPPS . . Faculty Adviser First row: Dorothy Staples, Madelone lessee, Barbara Gough, Louise Mason, Mary Alys Plunkett, Nancy Iane Wolfe, Helen Watts, Edythe Wright, Riva Moft, Frances Plunkett, Earle Watts. Second row: Polly Hughes, Gay Ward Brown, Melville Hobbs, Polly Maniates, Betty Williams, Eleanor Kash, Dorothy McCor1nick, Page Loyd, Parker Lee, Harry Mitchell, Bill Cradrlock, Bernice White, Frances Taylor, Ieannette Hughes, Nancy Phillips. Third row: Bernice Cave, Iona Thomasson, Francis Miles, Miss Phipps, Elizabeth Dunn, Lois Mason, Beverley Gilmer, Macey Rosenthal, Frances Clark, Walter Evans, Buddy King, Sam Williams, Horner johnson, Otey Glass, Bill Mount, jimmy Taylor, Ernest David, Charles Cyrus, Edmund Marsh, Gibson Hooten, Billy Wood, Ivan Wood, Francis Harper, Gilbert Feinnian, Rita Spruce, Ed Galloway, Leon Marks, Newton Shearer, Kirk Averett. Fourth row: Mr. Everett, Iesse Hopkins, Macon Harper, Tommy Tennyson, Bob Franklin, Montie Walkup. Orion Templeton, Evelyn Murrell, Martha Wilson, Putman Mundy, Elizabeth Anne Canipbell, Evangeline Wilkerson, lean Drysdale, Leroy Bowen, Grover Unrue, Louis Martin, Carter Wheeler, Preston Patterson, Gray Weigand, Ianies Conson, Frank Reed, Charles Cradrlock, Charles Wilkerson, Bill Blankenship, Munford Biggs, Fanning Baurngardner, August Meidling, Carl Peters, Warren Plunkett. OFFICERS ELIZABETH ANNE CAMPBELL . . . . . President ANN FITZGERALD .... . Vice-President MARY CAMPBELL .... . . Secretary LEIGHTON ACREE . . Treasurer BE SQUARE CLUB OFFICERS EDITH WHITE ....... . . President A ETHEL FOSTER . 1 . . Vice-President LILLIE MAE CURLEE . . . Secretary MARGARET WHITE . . . Treasurer The Girl Reserve Clubs in our school have worked hard, played hard and accomplished much. The members this year have sought through their club program to present phy- sical, mental, and spiritual recreation. The members of the Girls' High School and Be Square clubs, have, by a splendid fellowship, obtained "a consciousness of the value of other personalities expressed through an outgoing of spirit and manifested by good acts." The purpose of the Girl Reserve movement is to give high school girls the habits, insights and ideals that will make them responsible, capable, and Christian young Women. No organization with such a purpose engraved on the hearts of its members can help succeeding. TCU' HUNDLEY DIFFENDAL . . . . President BILLY WOOD .... . Vice-President LUTHER T. AGEE, JR. . . . Secretary CHARLES CRADDOCK . . Treasurer DAVID HILLSMAN .......... Chaplain PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the high school and community high standards of Christian character. MOTTO: Clean Scholarship, Clean Sportsmanship, Clean Speech, Clean Habits. The Hi-Y Club, as its purpose states, does much to promote high standards of Christian character not only for its members but also for their associates and friends. Looking back over the past year, we find that twenty-three boys, along with Mr. Driskill, adviser of the club, went to Camp Kent one Sunday directly after school started and spent the day discussing the plans for the coming 1936-37 year. With this good start the Hi-Y has launched the most successful year of its history. Among the other activities the club gave its annual dance, delivered baskets to the poor at Christmas, the Father and Son Banquet. It also gave its annual play with the Girl Reserves. The club also sent Mr. Driskill, Bert Schewel, Russel McBride, L. T. Agee, and Billy Wood to the State Hi-Y Convention as representatives of the E. C. Glass Hi-Y Club. Mr. Bierly, Dot Staples, Kallaerine Peters, A1111 Tinsley, Alfrezl Turner, Millard Anclerson, Carl Peters, lean Ward, David Hillsvnan, Dan Shultz, Walker Sya'nor, Taylor Bigbee, Sam Perkins, S. W. West, Anita Coclvran, Edwin Hensley, Brian Bowen, Eugene Sprazllin, Margaret Davis, Eleanor Kreblrs, Dick Dillon, Harry johns, Newton Shearer. UFEHKBIPH Accompanying our assembly programs has been one of the most conspicuous ser- vices of the High School orchestra this year. But the crowning achievement, climax of all their service, was their prominent part in the operetta. With Mr. Bierly as con- ductor, the orchestra has become a delight to the Whole student body. shelter to be Band With a crash of cymbals and a squeaking of instruments the band started its first practice under the new director, Mr. R. L. Bierly. Since the first practice the band has progressed rapidly and efficiently and now they play difhcult pieces by the masters. The band started work this year with an attendance of twenty-eight and at the end of the semester had an enrollment of sixty-three. Eleven of the original twenty-eight will be lost because of graduation. The seniors have been trained by Mr. Bierly in directing and they have become quite adept at the art. The band has furnished music for the football games, several basket- ball games, and participated in the Lynchburg Sesqui-centennial parade. First row: Mr. Blerly, Nick Smith, Seahorn Mahayfey, Bryan Bowen Monty Ferguson, Dick Dillon, Eleanor Iordon. Second row: Orville Anderson, john Krehhs, Daifizl Hillsrnan, foe Wyatt, Dan Shultz, Edwin Hensley, Williarn Garhee, Bill Mount, Bill Slater. Third row: Gray Weiganrl, Henry Thaxton, Robert Mahanes, Earl Mason, Winston Foster, Eugene Spraillin, Walker Syrlnor, George Richardson, Owen Weigand. Fourth row: Sain Perkins, Percy Kirby, Kenneth Lawless, Howard Satterwhite, Dick Apperson, Preston Patterson, Dave Amowitz. Fifth row: S. W. West, Brantley Sycinor, Sanz Marshall, Carl Peters, Roy Carpenter, Tom Prohst. First row: Myrtle Gaulilin, Marion Dalton, Elmira Iones, Elizabeth Turner, jean Aflanis, Ianice Metts, Nancy Towles, Dorothy Hines, Sarah Lawson, Elizabeth Doss, Page Gannaway, Eleanor Krehbs, Phyllis O1J,t1lerna11, Anita Coehran. Seeonil row: Lillie Mae Curlee Baylis Knnz, Mozelle Brightwell, Doris Brooks, Donald Hanson, Mary Frances Hawkins, Mr. Bierly, Priee Thompson, Virginia Kirkpatrick, Ethel Foster, Christine Ruhlanil, Arlene Wright, Elizabeth McDaniel, Isabel Montgomery, Inanita Baker, Gertrmle Arller, Helen Morris. Bark row: james Short, Evelyn Howell, Marion Wells, Mavis Bnneh, Bill Blankenship, William Garbee, Kenneth Lawless, Sanz Smith, Marshall White, Earl Pearson, Carter Thornton, Florence Bolton, Lee Read, Hubert Thomas, lean Barlesilale, Traverse Hight, Taylor Bigbie, Bill Slater, Claiborne Perrow, I. W. Shepherd, Willie Ruth Pugh, Barbara Harding, Walker' Syilnor, Mary Conson, Bill Fox, Moses Hoppen- stein, Brnee Thomas. on mi This year, the Glee Club headed by our incomparable Mr. Bierly, has furnished one continuous surprise over their remarkable progress in the field of music. The two groups, the Girls, Glee Club and the Boys' Glee Club, as they were last year, have been combined into one harmonious organization of sixty-live members. The songsters have supplied delightful musical presentations throughout the school year. Two charming holiday programs were presented at Christmas and Easter. The club made up the nucleus of the annual operetta, which was followed by a spring concert. With fired ambition and the "push" of the student body, the Glee Club will hit High G in the fall. "We, the-students of to insure a more perfect enjoyment of the benefits this COr1StitutlOn for the government thereof' ion of the Library Council of the E. C. Glass Not only has the are governed while in its precincts by a Senate The House of morning at 8:45 to return the books from out new books. , Each member of the Senate has for duty and at each period two members of the The Library houses has an average yearly accession of five hundred Top row: Peter Hauzner, Eleanor Roek, Marion Mason, Ann C. Robertson, Page Gannaway, Eleanor Tneker, Franees Thornhill, Bertha Costas, Virginia Probst, Betty Watts, Margaret Davis, Elnora Tucker, Bill Mount, Moses Hoppenstein, lohn Ferguson, Seaborn Mehafey, Carter Thornton, Carl Branch, Louis Read, Billy Palvner, Iohn Blunt, joe Hardy, Wyatt Routon, Dunean Smith, Stewart Irby, A. H. Hawkins, Wrilter Evans, Eldridge Blanks, Louis Martin. Second row: Billy Sandidge, john Cox, Bill Blanlainsbip, lack Walker, Marjorie Knight, Marjorie Gooden, Miss Craighill, Elizabeth Willianis, Genevieve Solomon, Ella Mae King, Naney- Kidd, Charlotte johnson, Phyllis Hight, Edith W'hite, Irene Allen, Dot,Davis, Doris Alvis, Doris Pettyjohn, Ann Morrison, Winifrezl Morrison, Claiborne Perrow, Ethel Foster, Virginia Clark, Eleanor Krebbs, Evelyn Cassidy, Dorothy Priee, Traverse Hight. Bottom row: Helen Morris, Anita Cochran, Lois Riley, Christine Kessler, Lona Knnz, Ann Poinrlexter, Helen McKenna, Lois Ellis, Elizabeth Chenault, Frances Clemens, Fairy MeCraw, Love Templeton, Muriel Gibson, Ruth McGinnis, Margaret Wright, jack Almond, Ed Galloway, Paul Buehanan, Paul Phelps, Earl Dunn, Clarenre Roberts. DESSERTS A hobby of Mrs. Davis, Cafeteria Director. Delicacy with the real home touch. Welcomed by all students. CAFETERIA STAFF The Cafeteria Staff consists of a Cafeteria Director and assistant, Chief Cook and three assistants, Finance Manager, and four cash register attendants, and two ice cream service boys and a staff of fifteen girl helpers. Desserts Cufelerin Slab' L X Cafeleria Directors Learnifzg the Ari of Typewriting Mrs. D. M. Davis, Cafeteria Director and Mr. E. F. Burmahln, Chief Accountant, collaborating on Cafeteria Foods, and Finances. ADVANCED TYPEWRITING Students perfecting their skill in the much used art of today with modern machines and text, and the very latest in typewriter desks, and seats. All-aboard. Laugh of the week, jus- tice with a book. Don't let Carl Peters fool you. He doesrft cover up his ears to keep out the cold. No m:m's land. So this is Civics? A song bird reclines, She bears the band. Snapper Patterson gets snapped. Sic Semper Tyrannis. Father Time looks over the Saturday School list. Oh, for the life of a tele- phone pole! The rose and the thorns. Anice-A. W. O. L. Look out, Olympics, here comes Ted! Scott at the piano. Gossip. McCue, Funk, Everett. Don Roberto de la Rosa. You "auto" know who this is. Trackmcn out of uniform Teachers, Loans We Wish to announce our School Teacher Finance Plan throughout the State of Virginia under which We will advance money to clear up current bills and other necessary expenses. Repayment by easy installments conveniently timed with your salary checks. School teachers have a HIGH CREDIT STANDING with us. Call on us any time, or if you prefer, write for full information. We try to render the kind of service that will merit the continued confidence of our patrons. I. A. HILL SMAN Asst. Treae. E4 Manager -- AN5 l" ' - AIgQR,,l7t,gNG l . A One Hour Service! ALE5 pplxglrlExNif9 K 9 On a plan to suit your income. No ' 'K ' d or advance charges f insurance require made' fx ' Q ' Drive your car down, we'll do the -- V rest! The only loan corporation in f Lynchburg making loans throughout the ' FQ A Z State of Virginia. SEABOARD SMALL LOAN CDRPORATION NVALL BUILDING PHONE 1716 LYNCHBURG, VA. "Twenty-five Years Serving the Public" YOUT CIAR into the night a lamp burns Nover an artist's desk, as he organizes the copy given him, and translates it into type by careful choice and dramatic placing. He wrestles with composition and form. He is the Layout Man . . . the guiding spirit of the printed page. His approved sheet runs the courses of our shop's layout--the front office, the composing room, the proving desk and so forth-a routine we all know so well. Our layout translates his into metal. His service to us is a part of our service to you. We invite your patronage of both. BROWN-MGRRISON C0 INCORPORATED Printers - - - - Stationers LYNCHBURG, VA. COMPLIMENTS C ' OF Ellyn Nunn AND Zflhv Eailg 2-Xhuanrv BUY FROM C LEARN T0 TRADE RIVERMONT COAL C0. AT -'Q 7 600D COAL, GO0D SERVICE AND B I B E E S CORRECT WEIGHT AND THEREBY Phone 894 Ly hb g V Ph 832 John P. H g S ., Y d Mg W. D. LeG1'a d A . Y d Mg IN D T 0fH . 612 P pl B k B d g Thnft and Economy Ryummd Diamwmds A Down Through the Ages Ryland Dias mondls Have Been the Fimlfr-1-SC QumHiCy CRSQQ .auf the Fanirest priccreo Sl 'WE'-itmant 809 MAIN STREET EVERY DAY IZAEHE CAFETERIA HESSONS CAKE CGW-QXNY AND WHOLESALE SHRIES POTATO CHIPS T. P. Wooding, Distributor PRODUCE DEALERS 1009-1011 Jefferson Street Shop at the old reliable firm where Satisfaction is Guaranteed or Your Money Refunded W. D. DIUGUID, Inc. AMBULANCE 1016 Rivermont Avenue Lynchburg, Va. Funeral Directors Since 1817 1 ? LET SEARS, ROEBUCK S C H E 'W E L Sz CO. Feather Your 1024 Main St. Lynchburg, Va. N e FOR BETTER VALUES Smghrr 8: Berman DEPARTMENT STORE SPECIALISTS IN APPAREL for HI-LADS and LASSIES COMPLIMENTS OF JOHN E. GANNAWAY 8z COMPANY,HH1 HARDWARE 1018 Main Street, Lynchburg, Va. MEET THE CROWDS AT . - - 1 I I p P ht S ' uurrm66"n7fuwfrnwAN-' 4 906 Main Street Lynchburg, Va SPORTING GOODS RADIOS-MUSIC SPORTS CLOTHES OPTICAL RIDING HABITS JEWELRY WHEN BETTER CARS ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM SEE YOUR BUICK DEALER AND INSPECT THE NEW 1937 MODELS DRINKARD-PAYNE BUICK CORPORATION 815 FIFTH STREET LYNCHBURG ------- VIRGINIA GD QR LES S CLEANERS AND DYERS EVERY TYPE OF CLEANING OR DYEING FOR MR. OR MISS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT CALL US TODAY AND LEARN OUR NEW LOW PRICES WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER State License No. 228 2306 Bedford Avenue Telephone 788 LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA 3' How to put ff 33 Accent on Youth or I "Background for Beoux" 4 Fine . . . for cf llffle money. Furmtme Gef CI FREE copy of E E Reasonably Bigelow's Folio of I Q MWW,,f P . d Room Recipes 'R f'I"'I' " If ' f' nee in our f ' A ff ff' RUG DEPARTMENT I N A li 'nl' ' I 5 QKGIEIHIIEIE IFIUIRNIIIIURIE film. PH ONES 81 0-81 1 Iqnchburgs leading furniture Store 92 0- 922 MAIN ST. ADIQINS Central Pharmacy FURNITURE STORE TENTH and MAIN MEET YOUR FRIEND OF EVERY HOME OF FRIENDS AND 1-EEL AT HOME HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AT oUR FOUNTAIN The House of Sunshine 65 f. gin? , GERM-FREE BUNDLES OF Q? '+ 5 ,.,5, in CLEANLINESS 3 E ' 31 Rhone 452 VIRGINIA LAUNDRY Donft Build Castles In the Air- BUILD A COZY HOME ON EARTH Wqff'7,fW5 A SERIAL LOAN PLAN, Q H 7. WHERE RORROWERS SHARE f wx Z IN OUR EARNINGS, WILL f D11 Xi BUILD YOU Et LUQIIH , UQ A HOME LIKE THIS! If - M-'M A direct monthly reduction plan, where you pay interest monthly on unpaid balance, will build you a home! An F. H. A. loan at 52, interest rate, will buy you a home! PLAN TI-IE HOME YOU LIKE SELECT THE PLAN YOU LIKE The Co-Operative Building and Loan Association J. NEWTON GORDON, Secretary-Treasurer 215 NINTH STREET ----- LYNCHBURC, VIRGINIA THE lhiite House ailie ORDIALLY invites R you morning, noon and night. iiingiiinniyais 4 iiiniestt Eating place PIEDMONT CHEVROLET C O R P O R A T IO N 518 MAIN STREET ' Extends You a Cordial Invitation to See THE 1937 CHEVROLET foie 32. fZOJ.G.ff1. offers you while in school, also after you finish school, opportunities in- 1. Citizenship training 2. Health through gym, swimming, camping and recreation 3. Education programs 4. Appreciation of the Arts Developing a Christian Philosophy of Life 5. in Clubs, Classes, Housing, Friendly Ser- vice to individuals in the Girl Reserve Dept., Business Girls Dept., Business College Clubs, Indus- trial Girls Dept., Health Education Dept., and Residence Department. USTRITE I . . . 3Yea'rs Twenty-tllree years ago Wh Lynchburg people were dema Justrite products filled that nee high standard of quality set fo Many changes have occurre methods of manufacture, high sanitary packaging . . . all have until today when Justrite finds burg people . . . but endorsed Standard Bearer of Quality . .- W. H. 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REINHARDT SeC1'eta1'y-Tr l 1 I 03.S1X1'61' l THEY USE SCHOOL PASSES Because: It Costs Less to Ride to and from School It's the Safest Way to Come and Go It's the Most Dependable Kind of Service GET THE HABIT OF RIDING STREET CARS DEDICATED TO THE SENIOR CLASS WITH COMPLIMENTS OF JNO. H. HEAIJD As a Remedy For Those Washboard Blues Send Your Weekly Bundle T0 THE WIFE SAVING STATION Phone 812-813 WHITE STAR LAUNDRY 306-312 Twelfth Street Lynchburg, Virginia SEE THE 1937 SERIES F 0 R D V - 3 cARs AND TRUCKS ON DISPLAY PYRAMID MOTOR CORPORATION ' ' You C Phones 254-255 a. Ford" 523 Church Street D. LYNCHBURGQS STORE PAINTING AND DECORATING COMPLETE ESEORE FOR Vifholesale and Retail Dealers in PAINTS, OILS AND WALL PAPER S. H. FRANKLIN, Inc. Phone 521 316 12th St. Shoe Fitting by X-Ray Careful Attention to the Proper Fitting of Shoes Is One of the Vital Things f Life . . . X-Ray Shoe Fitting I S f . . . Sure . . . and FREE COLEMAN'S WILL WHITE SHOE STORE HE CUTS THE PRICE AND SELLS THE SHOES 1101 Main Street Lynchburg, Va. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH BROWN AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, Inc. 500 Main Street Phone 141 WANT TO HAVE SOME FUN? b t nd what's more when it I know a place where you can have the es , a , comes to sports, you learn the finest form and a spirit of fair play. That will not only bring you firm friends, but help to carry you through life. Come along with us and join the finest bunch in town Y. A. Hill City Tobacco Co. Distributors of all FINE CANDY C. H. Beasley Sz Bro. Corporation VVHOLESALE GROCERS Telephone 1794 100 9th Street Phone 100 DRY CLEAN JAMES T. DAVIS THE SANITONE WAY THE PLACE TO BUY PAINT DRY CLEANING and CORPORATION WALLPAPER 1603 Park Avenue - - - Phones 974-975 1022 Main Street - - - Lynchburg, Va. CHANGE TO SHELL PEP AT SIX OR SIXTY AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD SHELL STATION CONSOLIDATED OIL CO., INC WE GROW ALL THE FLOWERS WE SELL Flowers by Wire Phones 892 and 893 708 Main Street - - Lynchburg, Va First Vvlltflln Vlllllme Real llqliuue Vlllllaulzmgs f. ' MODERN Lu lukgffqxf 'X' A M A lIR CON D l'll" IONED M D R T D A D. Y AMBULANCE SERVICE Funeral Dureeters Rivermommrfz at H DH Street ' . Q TELIEPHUNE LYNCHBURG 'll JP?" " -1- A ew DAY 125, NIGHT 1. A,ee . A m ssefwoflif A D 1 JL., STUDEBAKER Qui1'111-lVIa1'sl1all Co. LYNCHBEEG AUTO DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS SERVICE fWholesale Onlyh Smfage LYNCHBURG, VA. Gas Oil T. B. DoRN1N-ADA1vrs co. . Incorporated Repalrs CONTRACTORS ' Tin and Slate Roofing Phone 260 Cornice and Skylight Makers Galvanized Iron and Copper Work 109 7th Street, Lynchburg, Va. 324 mth St. Lynchburg Va. Not Bfragging -Iust Stating Plain Facts : K2 I if U 9f 9fAfi 2 fl! Wff y GOT WHAT IT TAKES FOR HIGH LIFE From head to toe, from inside out, we'll fix you up! Let us' EH R I CH'S JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS 1 1 07 MAIN STREET LY NCHBURG - - - - VIRGINIA, IRL AND BOYS G S SHOVE OFF BE SURE AND FOLLOW THE . WITH ADVENTURES OF Sport Equipment FROM A Egfr LYNCHBURGJS EXCLUSIVE W SPORT SHOP my f'1'i'?'75W:W'," Omcial Photographers for the MICKEY MOUSE CI'1tiC CI'eS'E lvncusuggcogggggq mmm I I 1 I i i nl 'I I LYNCHBURG, VA. 1024 MAIN STREET Th Peoples National Bank I OF LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA .- Cor. Elghth and Maln Streets . ' ....1.mf"W"' 4. ""f'e. A- , I - ' f -Q-V"-M Phone 414 f 'f.'X "1-.N LQ Zgllllftef-Q., I I i 1'-I - Q 4. Z 1 jd, I I' Pplfljfsik lily lyk. I: 5, Q 2 fs :wi 'l:'iTQ'5sf'-, e A 2553---.fsluivn IW. A 2 EZSINUQO'-5'x.'l.f1: 3: 2' E 5 565? TS +!l.' :lip-:.1..' 22- a s :Fw S vis-.'u' 'M Weis. 25 A E . E Eggzl' Q gilg F my I.: l - fi s E :axis u Q sir :s wi ,H Y. 5: 4 1 EZQ' 55 A NN, ll lg -is '-gs. 25 E EES? I 5155215 E-.X"F IQHIII . Member of 25' 5 E g IEESEIQT S 2,515 E !-iss X. " if 'lie Ei' E E 2 :E-5552. 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When you purchase a Dodge, Plymouth, or a Dependable Used Car from this firm you guarantee yourself a minimum strain on that part of your budget devoted to the car and its operation. Care-free service at reasonable prices has prevailed here, and your interest will always be best served where the individual employee is first interested in having you satisfied, with the belief that if you are satisfied a reasonable profit will be possible, which would naturally over a period of time return to you a savings in maintenance and upkeep, John P. Hughes Motor Company 's service is at your command twenty-four hours a day. DODGE - - PLYMOUTH DEPENDA BLE USED CARS O. P. HUGHES MOTO R COMPANY I l J , , . , New Car and Service Department, 800 Commerce Streetg Used Car Department, Bookers Warehouse, 13th and Main Street, Phone 2304 WE ALWAYS LIKE TO SEE YOU MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT EEEEEOEIEII I 5 THE SHOPPING CENTRE LYNCHBU RG. VA. W . V 5 is QQ? 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