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PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OF MORRIS COLLEGE SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINADEDICATION
IK A DAVID PINSON, PRESIDENT
The classes of Nineteen Hundred Thirty Seven respectfully dedicate this, the first volume of The Morrisite, to dear old M. C. who has stood the test of the ages; and held the torch of light that has guided youth on to efficient service to humanity.I
of The Morrisite, a year-asses of Morris College of a new day in the field of alion. As you turn each page, h .:res and drawings of ourselves as o ers, with names, titles, and tales, ap-ia otherwise, we trust they will justify tht hopes of those of the student body and the Faculty who have contributed in its making: a book to remain with us until memory has begun to dim. when its pages will serve to recall the friends and scenes of schooldays.
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DEAN’S COTTAGEDOBBINS-KEITH HALL
e oi president Ira David Pinson, has made continuous progress.
spring of Nineteen Hundred Thirty Three. McGowan Hall burned and was rebuilt nendable thirty-two room dormitory now known as The Brawley-Starks Hall. Ther a seven room cottage now occupied by the Dean of the College.
College has become one of the most attractive locations in the State of South Car
Morris College is owned and controlled by the Baptist Educational and Missionary outh Carolina the school is open to students of all faiths, with the aim to teach d Christianity, to better prepare young women for lives of usefulness and make Christ.
PACK SKVKNK. M. Itimkor. .1 I’. Garrick. Ruth UiHianl. A. .1. McConnell. Evelyn Campbell. .1. T. McCain. .1. Th iii]»on. !. ( .Maxwell. P.erilm Roberson. Win. Moses. Hollis Tilsoii. R. T. Williams.
PAGE 81. An Historical Sketch of AMorris t°Hege
Morris College was founded in 1908 by the Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina for the purpose of giving youth a Christian Education.
Morris College has grown from two frame buildings, one known as Phyllis Wheatley and the other as Brockenton—one painted white, the other unpainted—to six brick structures, a cottage for the President and one for the Dean of the College, a total of eight buildings located on forty acres, owned and controlled by the Negro Baptist of the State of South Carolina.
Under the first President of Morris College, the late Dr. E. M. Brawley, now deceased, the foundation and ideals of a greater Morris College were laid. We bow our heads in submission to his ashes and with grateful hearts we work on »n tiic e ho of his sacrificial efforts.
From Nineteen Hundred Twelve to Nineteen Hundred Thirty, the unselfish, consistent service of Dr. J. J. Starks as President, gave to Morris College seven creditable buildings. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Starks' untiring efforts entitle them to the respect of all mankind.
From Nineteen Hundred Thirty to Nineteen Hundred Thirty Seven. Morris College, under the guidance of President Ira David Pinson, has made continuous progress.
In the spring of Nineteen Hundred Thirty Three. McGowan Hall burned and was rebuilt into with a commendable thirty-two room dormitory now known as The Brawle.v-Starks Hall. There was also erected a seven room cottage now occupied by the Dean of the College.
Morris College has become one of the most attractive locations in the State of South Carolina.
While Morris College is owned and controlled by the Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina the school is open to students of all faiths, with the aim to teach the truth of vital Christianity, to better prepare young women for lives of usefulness and make them followers of Christ.T H E M 0 h
CLASSESr_Alma J iater
Morris Our College Dear—
With hearts all filled with cheer We come to thee—
Throughout life’s checkered ways Thy name we’ll ever praise Teacher of youthful days All hail to thee.
When from our homes we came— To own thy lofty name Breathe courage free Parents and teachers dear Calmed by the lack of fear Pay homage through the years All hail to thee.
Finn Ramsi.a OFFICERS President
Hk.NKV 11. Z. MMKIOIAN Vice President
Brywa I).Tinoal Secretary
Ktiikkink. Thompson Asst. Secretary
litis M. Mt l.M CHI.IN Ireasurer
Isaiah Boom. (.haplain
Tin s Hastii. "l. Chaplain
Faculty Adviser—Mr. J. T. McCain Student Council Representative—J. T. Bki.ton (lass Motto -"We have crossed the sea hut the ocean lies before us” (.lass Flower—Red Rose and Fern ('.lass Colors—Garnet and White
Ethelnei.i. Barton- "Babe"
Believes in tin- old saying. "I .el a smile be your umbrella."
Frank John Belton—"Jeff" Football '34-'35 '36. V. M. C. A.
He does not boast bis learning, but when results are to be accounted for he is always among those present.
Adeline Mamie Boatwright
—"Pigeon" Dramatic Club. Basketball Is quiet, studious and attentive.
Daisy Mae Bright "Dai Maf La Cercle Francais. Y. W. C. A., Recreational Club. K. K. C.
We respect her for her good marks but we love he r for her friendliness and good nature.
Jonas Thomas Bright—"). 77’
Y. M. C. A.
Aw Wah. 1-1 don't understand that Mr. McCain—that is Jonas.
Catherine Bishop "Cat"
She can always be found where the argument is the thickest.
Isaiah Theodore Boone "Ikey"
Y. M. C. A., Commercial Club His love for Morris is readily seen in the school spirit be lias always shown.
Marie Kvkki.yn Bradley—"Pee" Commercial Club, Glee Club The unselfishness and real sweetness are real quililics in hei which we all admire.
Wilson Bradley "Smack"
Quintet Glee Club lli troubles are always the least ol bis worries.
Simla I.ii.eic Bi kgk.ss ”Stelf"
She has combined with a warm friendly dis|»osition the ability lo listen to other more vociferous talkers.
F.I.I7.AIIKTII VekTKLLE Bl HTON
V. Pres. Y. W. C A..
I.a Cercle Francais, K. K. C., Recreational Club A fine dancer, a good sport and a capable executive.
JnsKiMi Marshall J)avis—"Jo" Dramatic Club. Football 3-l-’35, Male Quintet
lie has a happy capacity for laughing off anything that ecms to disturb bis [»eace of mind.
I’A ;K TillUTKKNSeniors
Joski'h W. Davis—"Grarti' Football ’26-"27 Durham Ministerial Union lie is a man with a hi}.' mind.
Cl.ARENCE DuBoSE—".-1. G."
He makes time and is easy finin':.
Mozeita A. Fleming- "Zei"
Y. W. C. A..K. K.C..
l.a Cercle Franeais.
She is always a pood sport and jolly companion.
F.arnest Colon Foci.e—"Pap"
Y. M. C. A.. Durham Ministerial Union. (Commercial ( lub.
Is quiet, "like a boiler factory" lie makes himself known wherever lie is.
Gardenia F.toii.e Garkk k "Print’ Commercial Club.
I.a Cerclc Franeais She has a knack for wearing Iter clothes well and getting as much fun as |H)ssihlc out of life.
Iaitiieh Ci.ement Hanrkrry
Y. M.C. A.. Glee Club.
Commercial Club. Class t itle.
Pres. Student Council He is an entertaining talker. We all admire his audacity in arguments. He lives to eat.
Tm s IIastik—"Tile" lie believes in the motto. “Don- f leave it until it is done."
Wll.IIEME.MA HoRTENSE Ha.M
Y. W. C. A.. I.a Cerclc Franeais. Recreational Club. K. K. C.
She is quiet ami well poised. She [ listens and absorbs much.
Garna Mae Jackson "Mae"
Y. W. C. A.. Dramatic Club.
Pres. Recreational Club,
La Cercle Franeais,
Critic of K. K. C.
As certain as day follows the . night. Garna’s name is to be found at the head of the honor roll.
Wii.i.ia i H.Mii.drow "Bubber”
Male Quintet. Gh-e Club He is an earnest worker, slow but sure.
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Iris Larson McLauchlin
Jass Treasurer, (dee Club Is just a good student and well liked.
McCohmk k Norris "Mack"
Y. M.C. A.. Commercial Club
Is one of the men who has ability of asking questions few people can answer.
PACK FOURTEENEugene Emmerson N vi “Gene" Y. M. C. A.. Glee Club.
Football ’34-’35-’36 Gene is one of the supporting pillars of our institution. Mr lias plugged along for four long years.
Guy Felix Pearson "Baby"
Y. M. C. A.
Is always on the job. Mis personality is due to his helpful disposition.
Wilson Pringle - 'll if “
Is one of the old reliable type of young men.
Frederick Douglas Ramsey
—“Birdie" . l. C. A. (Class President. Baseball 34- 35- 36 Look with awe—Our President brings home the bacon -and ye; he is not the studious type.
Sadie M ae Smi iit "l.il (Hr (.it!" Recreational Club. Y. W. (C. .. La Cercle Francais. K. K.
Ki iiekim: h i.ia Thompson
. Pres. Y. W. C. A..
President La Cercle Francais. President k. k. C..
ssislant Seerelary of ( lass,
Recreational Club Her calmness, her sweetness, and her dependability are assets anyone should be proud to possess.
Brydia Dena Tyndai.—“Biddy"
( Class Secretary
Though small in stature she stand-higher in classes than many of her friends.
Henry Hervh Zimmerman -“Zim" Y. M. C. V. ice Pres, of Hass, President (Commercial (Club. Football 33- 34-,35-’36.
Baseball 34- 35-’36 Mas always a new joke for you to hear. Is noted as the “campus artist"—here’s hoping he draws his way to fame.
William Edwin Slater “l.il ltm" Y. M. C A.. (Cloe (Club.
Besides being a “darn” good singer, he is a “darn” good boy, esjieriallj when one is hungry.
11 through (College -"Never on time"—Motto. ‘Tin late, what a blessing"—However, she is quiet, very modest, and always carries a smile.
History of th
indispensable' and Joseph
During the fall of 1933 an observer might ha faces entering the portals of Morris College Campu inquire he would have learned that we hailed from ah ,.arts of eluding Elloree, Oswego, Sumter, Georgetown, Greenville, Bishop
Timmonsville, Kershaw, Hopkins, Hartsville, Eastover, and Spartanburg. Then too, these tw | puzzling questions might have entered the observer’s mind: “Which part of the state was yielding up the best college material? and: “Could these “happy-go-lucky” children ever really becomtl serious students ?”
We were bubbling over with such vague questions and answers as these: “What are you going to take?” “How many subjects can we take?” “I prefer teacher-training,” was offered by “Zet”, Mozetta Fleming. “Same for me,” joined in “Lil Ole Girl”, Sadie Smith, “Bill”, Wilhelmena.j Ham and Elizabeth Burton. “We’ll face Trigonometry and American Democracy”, said Brydia Tyndal. Isaiah Boone, and Iris Ladsen. “Mixed this year, straighten up next”, briefly added Gama] Mae Jackson.
Well it was soon to be revealed that the Freshmen class of ’33 was to be an part of Morris College and it’s various activities William Muldrow, Wilson Bradley,
Davis joined the Quintet and played a major role in representing Morris College during the sue-: ceding years. “Zint”, Henry Zimmerman, Eugene Neal, “Cagle”, J. F. Belton, all gave support to the football team, and later joined the baseball squad along with “Birdie”, Fred Ramsey.
Despite the numerous “hard knocks” that come from inexperience, we passed from Freshmen to Sophomores almost before we knew it. Again, had the observer returned he would have noted we began the school term of 1934 with much more thoughtfulness and seriousness. Smooth sailing the first semester—too smooth I guess, for, at the beginning of the second semester Messers Campbell and Chick said. “We are going to change this”. Naturally we became frightened, for, although hours were not altered immediately we knew that it would not be long. However, the tenseness of the situation was relieved somewhat as members from our midst began to play more and more important roles in the school organizations, athletic teams, the Glee Club, Quartettes, plays, and other entertainments. ;
By our Junior year—1935 Henry Zimmerman had proven himself the all around man of our class, always puttings his best forward in whatever he undertook. Iris Ladsen sobered somewhat when she changed her name to McLaughlin. “One degree, three hours and five subjects”, shouted Mr. Campbell. “Classes until four and more work”, came from Dean Booker. When our fright finally subsided enough, we looked at the situation seriously, trying to think of some remedy. Logic, ethics, and psychology were all used but to no avail. Five subjects we had to take, and hard work we had to do.
Then came our Senior year. From our books we lifted our heads and asked our adviser: “Where do we go from here, Mr. McCain?” He advised us to use every moment of this last year advantageously, and let no opportunity to use our various talents slip by. We must not let this opportunity pass”, said Misses Bradley and Smith as they passed in their applications for membership in the Commercial Club. “Well I’ll contribute m.v little bit to basketball”, said “Pigeon”-Adeline Boatwright. “Get Brydia or Garna to type this off”, said Etehrine Thompson as she placed her article on file for the “Campus Voice”. From time to time our number would increase as a newcomer would join us. and we were happy to welcome as our last addition McCormick Norris from Winston-Salem. North Carolina.
Now the curtains are nearly drawn on this four years of college drama. The last scene will be when our degrees are awarded to us, and as we receive them it will be with a great deal of pride— knowing that we are being justly rewarded for our hard work. We hope that we have not only made class history, but that we have added something definite and worthwhile to the history of Morris College. We go out now on the mission on which we are sent by President Pinson and Lis faculty—to show through our speech, conduct, and life work what four years of cultural and intellectual training and contact have meant to us. Thus, on May 26. 1937. it is with heavy—yet loyal hearts that we leave the curricular and extra-curricular activities of our Alma Mater. Reverent ly, with bowed heads we pass to our inevitable destinies. —Garna Mae Jackson .37
PAGK SIXTEENI p?
One evening I was sitting in the shade of a large spreading oak near the placid waters of a quiet brook, contemplating the future of my classmates and myself. Much to my surprise 1 imagined I heard a calm and peaceful voice say to me: “Young man, cheer up! Gaze into the smooth waters of the brook and what you wish to know will be revealed to you.”
Before I knew it I was gazing into the brook and like a mighty panorama the prophecy of the Class of ’37 was shown to me. First, Naomi Bradley appeared, standing in the yard of a funeral home in Houston, Texas.
As I crossed into Louisiana I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Wilson Bradley covering the ■ state as a farm demonstrator.
While driving in Alabama 1 saw Mr. Guy Pearson at Crossroads, decorating his show window a with a new line of spring suits.
Stopping over in Georgia I found Mr. Isaiah Boone at Atlanta 'University as Professor of - Science.
Coming over into South Carolina I was glad to see Miss Garna Mae Jackson as practicing physician in Georgetown. In the same state at Greenville, Miss Sadie Smith was doing social service . work, and at Pocalla Mrs. Iris McGlaughen was employed in First National Bank.
Mr. Fred Ramsey and Miss Wiihemenia Ham had charge of the Savannah Grove High School. Mr. McCormick Norris had abandoned the teaching field and had gone into “star-gazing”. Mr. L. . C. Hanberry was in the dry cleaning business atSummerton.
As I proceeded through the states of North Carolina and Virginia I saw none of my classmates again until I reached Washington. I). C. where Miss Brydia Tyndal and Miss Elizabeth Burton told me of their success as private secretaries in the House office Building. Mr. Titus Hastie, head of the department of ‘ dog making” at Howard University was doing nicely.
Leaving New York via Pennsylvania, Ohio. Indiana, and stopping for a meal in Springfield, Illinois, Miss Boatwright was employed as nurse in the Quintuplet Hospital.
Passing through the state of Missouri to Jefferson City I learned that Mr. Eugene Neal had invented a magic fluid that Mr. Joseph Davis could take when out of work and hungry.
At Little Rock, Arkansas, I found Miss Etherine Thompson, Professor of Psychology and Mr. Wilson Pringle, Pincipal at Philander-Smith College-
In Muskogee, Oklahoma. Miss Gardenia Garrick was situated in the Metropolitan Building, designer for a distinguished dress firm. Miss Catherine Bishop was owner of the Sound Wave Construction in the same city.
In Topeka, Kansas, I found Mr. J. T. Bright managing a famous School of Elocution and Mr. William Muldrow preaching at Mt. Zion M. E. Church moving throngs of people by his renditions of spirituals at various intervals during his sermons.
Miss Ethelnell Barton was enjoying herself as President of the Health Department in the suburbs of Kansas City, and Miss Mozetta Fleming was her co-worker as head of the Social Service Bureau in the same section.
Do you wonder how it was that I happened to be traveling over such a vast territory. Well, much to my pleasure, the reflection in the brook revea'ed that I was a demonstrator for the Standard-Electrical Corporation.
—Titus Hastie —Henry Zimmerman
cQast Will and 1 estame v the Qlass of 1937
We, the seniors of Morris College, class of ’.'57, County of Sumter, City of Sumter. State of South Caiolina, are now at the end of our college career and are about to launch our ship out in life’s great sea. But before departing we wish to show our appreciation for the happy days we have spent here by willing to the Faculty and Cla3s of ’38 some personal articles as well a qualities which we hope will be of some use to you.
To the Faculty we bequeath all the beautiful grounds and elaborate shrubbery on Morris College.
To the Junior Class we grant the honor of occupying the first six rows of seats in Chapel.
Miss Ethclnell Barton wills her galoshes to Miss Otelia Taylor. Mr. Jonas Bright leaves to Mr. David Hastie his speakeasy ability. Mr. VY ilson Bradley wills his ability to sing to Mr. George McCain. Mr. Jeff Belton leaves his green suit t Reverend Morgan.
Miss Daisy Bright bequeaths her ability to march to Miss Carrie McCleary. Miss Adeline Boatright wills her technique to dress hair to Miss Marylin Dean. Miss Catherine Bishop wills her pocket-book to Miss Thelma Lewis. Miss Stelh Burgess wills her dignified manner to Miss Eliza Myers. Mr. Isaiah Boone bequeaths to Mr. James Harrington his ability to “filabust”.
Miss Elizabeth Burton wills her brown suit to Miss Delphine McDaniel. Reverend J. W. Davis wills his bragging technique to Centry Prince. Mr. J. M. Davis leaves Miss Camille Moses to Mr. Irwin Taylor. Mr. Clarence Dubose wills his 194o Lincoln Zephyr to Mr. Leroy Hilton. Reverend E. C. Fogle wills the key to the commissary to Mr. Alvertus Montgomery. Miss Gardena Garrick wills her neat appearance to Miss Carrie Murray. Mr. I.uthei Handberry leaves to Mr. I). J. Marshal the ability to “jibe”, a good cigarette lighter, radj0 and nice looking girl friend. Miss Wilhemena Ham wills Room 2B to Miss Celestine Bacote.
Miss Garna Jackson wills her scholastic ability to Miss Susie Pinckney. Mrs. Iris McLaughlin wills her old brown coat and her ability to sing to Miss Otelia Taylor. Mr. Wm. Muldrow bequeaths to his loved one. Miss Ethel Wells, his eye glasses, in case hers break. Mr. Norris wills his room to Reverend Everett.
Mr. Guy Pearson leaves his patience to Mr. Taft Pleasant. Mr. Wilson Pringle wills his long head to Mr. Roland Blanding. Mr. Fred Ramsey leaves his proud walk to Mr. W. H. C. Bowen. Miss Sadie Smith wills her red coat and quietness to Miss Edith Humbert. Miss Brydia Tindal wills her pleasing personality and her little black coat to Miss Margaret Humbert. Mr. Henry Zimmerman leaves his artistic and athletic ability to Mr. Reynolds Davis.
To the members of the Junior Class as a whole:
It’s not the gifts that are given, but the spirit in which they are given.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seal, this 26th day of May. in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty Seven.
Elizabeth Burton Gardena Garrick
TESTATOR: Marie Bradley
i w:k kiciitkkxClass PoenL_?
E. BARTON, ’37
0 Morris, how we trusted thee When first we cast our lot We came with minds open and free For lessons to be taught.
Our faith in you was ever fast On kindness truth and light To guide us patiently with our task To help us win the fight.
You have helped us on our journey’ way With smiles so clear and bright You showed to us the dawning day And led us to the light.
You brought us through the tangled paths And taught us not to fear You made sweet pleasure rise from wraths We’ll always love you dear.
So as we leave these sacred walls With memories lingering near No matter what may be our call Your beckon we will hear So goodbye Dear Old Morris No matter where we go We’ll always say to you dear We love you, love you so.OFFICERS
Wll.I.IAM $AM»i:ltS President
Wll.LIA.M Pl.KASANT l ice President
Km hi III mitr.Ki Secretar)
HKII Ml'RRAY . , Assistant Secretary
Wll.I.IAM Mow .MAN Trcasurci
Miss I . Mu hard Ithiser
dolors—Pur file and II hire Flower—Carnation (white)
II KOLD I)i:l.AINV.—"Preacher "35"36 Foot Wall Squad, ‘3I‘3.V36 Baseball Tram
K. . v.... . iR- . . Y. W C. A.
ANDREW BELTON “Bob”
Y. M. C. V. Football Squad
LELA BLOCKER "Sug" K. K. C.. Y. W. C. A.
WILLIAM H. BOW EN "AW
Commercial Club. Y. M. C. .
WILLIAM BOWMAN Bouman" Y. M. C. .. Commercial -lul . Durham Ministerial I nion.
OLI.IE BROW N "Ollie"
TARSMISH BINES "Eat-" Ministerial I nion. Y. l. .
NATHANIEL ( RR "foe"
Ministerial I nion
REYNOLDS D M 'Chief" ’34-'33-'36 Football Squad
MARILYN DEAN "Cookie" La Cercle Franca is, Y. W'. C. A., K. K. ( Recreational ( luh
ELIZABETH DOUGLAS "Libby"
IT I E )DOR E EVER F.TT "Busier" Y. M. C. A.. Ministerial Union
FLOSSIE FRAZIER "Floss"
El LA GERALD “Hiown Baby" Y. W. C. .. Recreational Club, K. K. .. La Orele Francais
Y. M.C. A.. Glee Club
I AMES HAILE- "Jim ho"
A-M.C. .. 3,V.V» Baseball Squad
( M A IN II AM MET) “C. M."
EDITH HI MBERT “Bunny"
(ionimercial (Hub. (dee (Hub. Recreational Club, 'l. W. C. .. La Cercle Francais. k. K. C., IV|» Squad
I ‘ A (i F. TWENTY ON 11Juniors - -
Recreational Club. I .a Cci'cle Francais,(Commercial ( lull.
IA l KS 11A K KINCTC )N—'“Stuff” Y . M. I . A., Football ami Baseball Squad, Orchestra
DAVID HASTIE—“Hobby Junes
THELMA LEWIS “Dvllv
MARY M. CLEARY “LittleShu,"
CARR IK McCLEARY “Big Sister"
DELI'HINE McDANIEL “Per
Recreational (Club. W. C. A..
I.a ercle Franca is. k. K. I .
DAY II) MARSHALL "Bro. Marsh ‘.H '35-’36 Font ball Squad, (dee lull.
JANMK MATTISON “Jannie" Recreational Club. k. k. C..
Y. W. C A.
SAMI KL MILLER “Sum
•V a . I«i •
( l.lHON MORGAN “Cliff Ministerial I nion. Y . M. -. A. Commercial Club
W1ILLK MOSES “Snool.it" Recreational ( lull. V. Y. . A., k. k. (C.. La (Cerclc Francais
WMF MACK “Ann"
ELIZA MY ERS—“Liza" Recreational Club. Y'. W. (C. A., k. K. (C.
CEORCE M« CAIN “llair" Commercial ( lull. Glee Club. Football Squad 34-'35- 36, Baseball 34 35 36
L ICR 11 S MONTGOMERY
34- 3f - 36 Football Squad.
Y. M.C. A.. Glee Club
. J. Mi (CONNELL—“A. J' Y . M. (.. A., Glee (Club
WILLIAM T. PLEASANT “Brag Y. M. C. A..
3l- 35- 36 Football Squad ’34- 3.V36 Baseball Team
ROSA PEARSON—“Ice" Pep Squad. Basketball Squad
PACK TWENTY TWOMAKCIK THOMPSON "Little CirT' Recreational lull, V. . C. ., K. K.C
CENTRY PRINCE—"funny Hoy" Commercial Club, Glee Club.
Y. M. C. A.. La Cercle Francais '34-'35- 36 Football Squad
ETHEL W ELLS "Smiles"
JAMES ROBINSON—“Simmy" Football Squad. Glee Club.
Y. M. C A.
WILLIAM SANDERS "King Kong"
33 ’35-"36 Football Squad. Y. M. C. A.
MIRIAM WRIGHT "Slim
WILLIAM WHITE "Bill"
IRWIN TAYLOR " euton" Y. M. C. A.
ISAIAH JAMES "Hub" "34-’35-‘36 Football Squad
O TELIA TAYLOR "Tee"
xunmercial .lull, Jlce Hub. Student Council. Pep Squad
IWGK 'TWENTY THREE1
Rev. R. A. Fishburne
Ethel M. Ben bo u____
Beatrice Gregg ______
. Student Council Representative .................Prof. h. Tildon
Rosa l.ee Alsbrook. Ruth Briggs. Daisy Bell. Sarah A. Burroughs. Thaddeu Bncote. Carl Brown. Clara A. Bright. Alice Baker. Palmer Burgess, Albert Burroughs. Naomi A. Wanda Bailey. Marion Harrison. Herman C. Harvey. Louise E. Hastie. Annie L. Hall. Annie E. Handberry. H. H. Horton. Willie L. Holman. Earnestine Ham. Victoria Jackson. Anna Jenkins. Charlotte Jordan. Wilhemeni.i Carraway. Mildred Carraway. Mildred Cain. Bertha China. Womlard W. Johnson. Anna B. Kendricks Lillian K. Kirven. Annie I.. Leneuu. Thomas E. Davis. Elizabeth Dantzler. Geneva Dickson. Chanie Dobson. James Darby. Richard A. Fishburne. Beatrice Gregg. Ruby Lee Glenn. Katie Gibson. Reholda Garner Carletta Lawrence. Jaunita Louise Lee. Alva L. Murray. Robert McLeod. Beulah McLendon. Charlotte Myers. Roland Niles. Charles Pickett. Ogetta Parker. Richard Pleasant Marie Parsons. Jeneatte Richardson. Anna L. Ross. Mary Raiford. Beulah Sanders. Ida Mae Rutherford. Velma J. Smith. Carrie Lou Shephard. Rosa Sumpter. Emma Jane Smith. Gordon Smith. George A. Tanner. John Thompson. Willie Mae White. Susie E. Williams. Gladys Wcildcr. Gustavtis Woods. Randolph Wright. William A. Williams. Pearl L. Wilson. Cassio A. Wihls.
George H. Buck Augustus Robinson
1 rma Lewis ______
Mary P. Blackman.. Miss B. Roberson..
Hampton Alford Ethel Albany-Harlie Anderson Juanita Bacote-Pearl Bland -George H. Buck Grover C. Belton-Walter Brown -James W. Baker Bernice Bess Altermese Bess
Mary F. Blackman -Carrie E. Bell -Charles Butler -Margie L. Carter Essie Cllnkscalcs Dorothy Ccelough David Cooper Sallie B. Cabbagestack Catherine Carolina Dorothy Duncan-Wilhelmina Dicks Dorothy Diggs Nancy Fulmore Massie Frierson Orlando Fox worth • Hattie Frazier
CLASS Elease Good son Vessie Gregg — Barbara Garrett — Katherine Garrett -Stewart Gibson Maggie Gayle — Salena Gadson Lillie Hayes Ernestine Herriot Alfred Humbert" Mi«'li:i«‘l Ilorrioi
Serena Holland William Harrison Etta Hudson Rebecca Johnson Booker T. Johnson Viola Jackson " Zelda Jackson— Georgia Johnson Sadye Judge Isaac Joe -Dorothy Jones'-Mabel Keels Lillie Levy Lucille Lewis y Irma Lewis -Orgie Lucas "
Sophia Murray McKinley McKnight Viola Maple Edith McCoy Leon Moye
Matilda Moore Burrell Murray Scphia Murray Vernice Oliver Morris Pearson •" Jesse Pompey _
Mary E. PinckneyJ-Elizabeth Plowden -Addison Pleasant Richard Pleasant "" Edith Plowden Augustus Robinson •" James Rembert •" Luvenia Rhames Geneva Ramsey " John Rembert •" Carrie Robinson " Ruth Rembert Julian Ragin —
Julia Rankin Alphonso Robinson-
Benjamin Singleton—" Daisy Simmons Hattie Sharper x-'I helma Shuler Howard Shefton Charles Smalls "
Willie Spann Aurilla Sloan "
Ethel Smith «-Thelma Sellers'
Carrie Taylor Zadie Taylor "
Pearl Turnage Marguerite Williams — Virginia Wilson"
Helen Whiter Philip Walker"
Jessie Wallace Annie Williams William Wearing Rosie Woods Daisy Wright Alease Young
PAGE TWENTY-FIVETHE M ORR a
FOURTH YEARNAME PET NAME HOBBY ACTIVITIES
1. Dorothy Arni'trong "Dot” Dancing (ilee Club
2. Ethel M. Benhou "Slim" Basketball Glee Club
3. Harnetha Broadus "Nepie" Bridge (dee bib. R. Club
4. Ruth Betltune "Tootsie" Reading
5. Have' Baker "Sweet Sue" Baseball
6. Mary Jane Broun "Skinny" Games
7. Julia Mae Bailey "Bill" Reading Pep Squad. Dramatic ( lub
8. Willie M. Commander "Micky” Driving
9. Edna (.’rim "Ed" Basket bull Basketball
10. Geneva Coles "Nea" Dancing Dramatic (Hub
11. Carrie Belle Colclough "Belle" Chatting Dramatic Club
12. Emily Canty "Boo" Reading
13. Lue E. Choice "Lue” Singing
14. Isabelle Davis "Sut" Dancing Dramatic ( lub
15. Abraham Davis a. u "
16. Dorcas Gas' "Dot" Dancing
17. Lizetta Gregg "Zel" Serving
18. Pearl T. Grier "Grier" Reading Y. W. C. A.
19. John Howard "Jap" 1 lorse Shoe Y. M. C. A.. Durham Ministerial I nion
20. W m. Mood Harrison "Man" Football Football. . M. (’. A.
21. W illiam P. Hanberrv "Handy" Swimming Y. M. C. .. Pep Squad
22. Charles W. Howard "Howard" Tennis Student Council
23. Corncase Hayes "Neieie" Singing Dramatic Club
24. Boston Hawkin' "Buster” Swimming Y. W. C. A.
25. Thomas Hampton "Tom" Reading
26. Carrie Frierson
27. Charity Felder "Gal" Reading
28. Corine W illi' "Tiny” Dancing
29. Elease B. I zard "Six” Reading
30. Rebecca 0. Johnson "Pet" Reading Y. W. C. A.
31. Pearl I.. Join-' "Cede" Reading Dramatic (lub
32. Edward ( . Jones •‘Cubby” Football
33. Lillie Johnson "Little” Reading Dramatic Club
34. Katie Keit "Kat" Reading
35. Tryphena E. Lewis "Phevna" Dancing
36. Lois Juanita Mill' "Nila" Dancing
37. Burrell Murray "Burr" Baseball Y. W. C. A.. Glee Club
38. Isaiah Moses "Bob" Baseball
39. Walter lo e' "Bubbcr” Baseball
40. Harvey Melvin "Mel” Baseball
41. Robert A. Murray "Bob" Football Y. M. C. A.
42. Alma McBride "Mac" Reading
43. Bertha McIntosh "Bert" Writing
44. Lillian McCadden "l.il” Fishing Y. W. .. (dee Club. Recreational Cl
45. Grace Matthews "Grace" Dancing
46. Lillie Moses "Lil" Reading Dramatic lub
47. Susie M. Nelson "Sue" Singing
48. Choate Neal "Neal" Singing Dramatic lub
49. Orrie Paslev “Orr" Baseball
50. Beatrice Ramsey "Boa" Reading Y. M. C. A.
51. irginia Richardson "Lou" Dancing Dramatic Club
52. Mary Louise Roberts "Cabbage" Dancing Dramatic Club
53. Fred Ramsey "Freddie” Dancing Pep Squad. Dramatic lub
34. Oralee Samuel "Chink" Dancing Dramatic (Tub
55. Miriam Sampson "Mooncv” Dancing Y. W. C. A.. Glee Club. R. Club
56. Eddie Scarborough "Bub" Reading Dramatic Club
57. Frederick D. Smart - "Mick" Reading
58. Janie B. Sherman "Belle" Reading
59. Charles Sullivan “Chatnev” Baseball
60. W ilhemenia Taylor "Bill” Basketball V M.C. A.. Durham Ministerial I nion
61. Sarah E. Toney "Jazz" Dancing Pep Squad. Basketball
62. Rhunetta W ilder "Netta" Reading V M. 7 A.. Glee Club. Recreational Cl
63. Elaine James "Shorty" Dancing Y. W. C. A.. Recreational Club
64. Florence W’alker "Snooky” Dancing Dramatic Club
65. Frierson V. Wilson "Frier” Football Dramatic ('lub
66. Ethel Mae Wilson "Little Bit” Dancing
67. Carrie Windham “Sister” Dancing
TACK TWBXTY-SKVKXTen Years From o
You Tike To Sees-—
Dorothy Armstrong, Home Economics Instructor, at Bethune Cookman College.
Julia Mae Bailey, the only person in the English Department at Howard University.
Hayes Baker, strolling down Broadway with his Ph.D. in his pocket.
Ethel Mae Benbow, conducting an orchestra of her own.
Harnetha Broadus, a Metropolitan opera singer.
Mary Jane Brown, famous registered nurse in the John Hopkins Hospital.
Emily Canty, head of the Home Economics department, Hunter College.
Lue Alice Choice, Librarian at Tallahassee College.
Carrie Bell Colclough, Professor of Science, Howard University.
Willie Mae Commander, a Beauty culturist Mullins, South Carolina.
Edna Crim, great clinic nurse.
Isabelle Davis, President of Boston Conservatory of Music.
Abraham Davis, head technician. St. Louis Emergency Hospital.
Charity Felder, Professor of Mathematics, Spelman University.
Massie Frierson, an aviator, flying his own plane.
Dorcas Gass, the fastest typist in Europe.
Li .etta Gregg, head of History Department at a large Northern High school.
Pearl Grier, a famous nurse.
Thomas Hampton, Instructor in Agriculture. State College, Orangeburg. South Carolina. William P. Handberry, “filabustering” thirty eight hours per week in the U. S. Congress. Boston Hawkins, teaching. Lincoln High School. Sumter, S. C.
Cornease Haynes, teacher at our own dear Morris College.
C. W. Howard, head surgeon in a New York hospital.
Johnnie Howard, pastor of a church in Africa.
Elease Izzard. doing social service work in New Orleans. Louisiana.
Elaine James, a private stenographer in the office of Senator Mitchell.
Lillie Johnson, heroine registered nurse.
Rebecca Johnson, founder of the Carolina Conservatory of Music.
Edward Jones, Chief Business Administrator at Clark University.
Pearl Jones, teacher at Fisk University.
Katie Keitt, head of English Department at Columbia University.
Tryphena Lewis, certified public accountant in London.
Grace Matthews, a musician touring Asia.
Harvey Melvin, the latest “Fats Waller”.
Lois Mills, a nurse better than Florence Nightingale.
I illie Moses, a stenographer at Morris College.
Robert Murray, a criminal lawyer.
Burrell Murray, the best embalmer in South Carolina.
Lillian McCadden, bookkeeper at Howard University.
Bertha McIntosh, teacher in a high school in Washington, D. C.
Choate Neal, Pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church of Detroit, Michigan.
Susie Mae Nelson, owner of a school of bea ity with sixteen operators.
Oi rie Palsey. adding another room to the White House.
Lucy Ramsey, a successful female lawyer, p"acticing in New York.
Fred Ramsey, a successful physician in Sumter. South Carolina.
Virginia Richardson, stenographer in Europe.
Mary Louise Roberts, singing to her twelve children as a fourth husband washes dishes.
PACK TWBXTY KICIITM », te; p.om. m Little Rock. Arkansas.
Or s, F .e. Iampton Institute.
Ec' Scar jgi . o a n.etnanic at Hampton Institute.
Janie Sherman, a stf lographer to President Roosevelt.
Freddie Smarte, brick mason in Asia.
YVilhemenia Taylor, owning her own beauty shop.
Elizabeth Toney, stenographer to President Pinson.
Florence Walker, stenographer to the Mayor of Sumter.
Rhunetta Wilder, a famous novelist.
Carrie Windham, actress of noteworthy fame.
Corrine Willis, owner of a smart dress shop.
Ethel Mae Wilson, graduating from college as valedictorian.
Frierson Wilson, as the world’s greatest embalmer.
Geneva Coles, wearing her senior cap and touring the dark continent. Walter Moses, member of the President’s cabinet.
Isaiah Moses, Doctor of Divinity at Westpo t. Virginia.
Charles Sullivan, founder of the Society of mistreated preachers. Ruth Beth line, a famous gown designer.
1st Roa— Eliza Myers. Delphlne McDaniels. Reholda Garner. Annie L. Hall 2nd Rrw—Marion Harrison. louise Lee. Ethel Smith. E. Humbert
I'ACK twenty I ,I
THIRD YEAR HIGH
I. D. Pinson............................
Mrs. Evelyn Pickett.............
William Ashley Josephine Canty Ruby L. Cox Virgie M. Cortman Berley Drafts Nannie M. Deas Gladys Golden Rosa Granderson K. C. Jones Halen Jones '
Marvin Herriot Shadrack Kershaw Benjamin Knox Clara McCleary Mary E. Myers
Ihomasena Pack I. D. Pinson. Jr.
Marion Saxton Sadie Singletary James Simmons Rhunetta Sharpe Juanita Tarleton George Taylor Miriam Wright Rosa Weston A1 berth a Wilson John Williams Gertrude Wilson Elisher Harmon Catherine Holiday
SECOND YEAR HIGH
Bernice Harvin................................................... Vice President
Ethel Pendergrass........................................................ Secretary
Willie B. Pitts........................................................ Treasurer
Mr. William Moses....................................................... Adviser
Joseph Brantley James Burroughs Wilhelmena Dennis Myrtle McFadden Ruth Greene Kermit Howard Chrsitopher Herriot
Davis Jasper William James Austin Murray Miriam Middleton Willie B Pitts Henry Richardson Ethel Pendergrass
l (SK THIRTY ONKFIRST YEAR 11 KM I OFFICERS
it II. Harvy. I'rrsirii'iil: (iurrirk. Sf 'rriiir.v; S.vlvisler Piiis.»n. Trcii'iircr;
Zo|.ln‘rlr» ' iinx. Vice 1‘roxiili-ut: Mrs. C. I . n»i|il Hl. Advisor.
Eugene Alston. Howard Baker. Edward M, Booker, Leroy Bowman. Annie M. Barton. Manning Diggs. Elease Dwyer. J. L. Fogle. Aaron Franklin. Viola Franklin. Mattie M. Franklin. Rosemelle Garrick. Delphine Geddis. Albertha Geddis, Johnnie Hill. Rossia Hicks. Minnie Howard. Carrie Jasper. Marie Jasper. Martha Jackson. Harrison Neal. Frank Nathaniel. Marlon Osborne. Sylvester Pinson. Mary Pea.v. Alva Rivers. Frank Robinson. Hcsea Ramsey. Alice Taylor. Arthur Williams. Edna Williams. Edna Wilson. Evelyn Wright. Zepherlee Young.
PACE THIRTY TWO
1st Row: John E. Thompson. Centry Prince. Taft Pleasant. Henry Zimmerman. Harold DeLaine. James Haile.
2nd Row: George McCain. James Ilemn;itu». D. J. Marshall. Fred Ramsey.
3rd Row: Charles Butler. J. Frank Belton. Richard Pleasant. Mascot: Sylvester Pinson.
CITY FEMALE QUARTET
Elizabeth Douglas. Otelia Taylor. Elizabeth Dantzler. Carrie Murray
1st Row: George McCain. Charles Pickett. Wm. Sanders. Tarshus Bines. Henry Zimmerman. Ccntry Prince. Taft Pleasant. Wm. Mood Harrison.
2nd Row: Harold DeLaine. Isaiah James. Alvertus Montgomery. D. J. Marshall. Saint R. Harrison. Randolph Wright. James Burroughs.
3rd Row: Ben E. Singleton. Robert Small, James Harrington. James Robinson. Roland Niles.
4th Row: J. Frank Belton. Charles Butler. Reynolds Davis. Eugene Neal.
Willie L. Holman. Trainer
PACK THIRTY KOPItCCMMERCIAL
Henry Zimmerman.................................................................... President
Theodore Everett . .................................. -...........................Vice President
Susie M. Pinckney.................................................................... Secretary
Edith Humbert................................................ -.............-....Asst. Secretary
E. C. Fogle......................................................................... Treasurer
C. Murray......................................-........................Chrm. Program Committee
Wm. M. Bowman....................................-.....................Chrm. Initiation Committee
SPONSORS: ..It. T. Williams, It. Richards. Wm. Moses. B. Roberson
Win. McKinley Bowman. Editor School Paper- "The Campus Voice": Clifton Morgan. Managing Editor: «Melia Taylor, Co-Editor; Margaret Humbert. Co-Editor: Carrie Murray. Co-Editor; Camille Moses. Co-Editor: Etherine Thompson, Co-Editor: ('entry Prince. Co-Editor: McCormick Norris. Co-Editor; II. 0. Ilarvc.v, Co-Editor: Carl Brown, Literary Editor; Theodore Everett, Literary Editor; Roland Niles, Literary Editor; Edith Humbert, Art and Music: II. C. Bowen. Art and Music: A. Humbert. Henry Zimmerman. Drawing-Sketching: ,,s‘e
Pinckney. Society-Personals; Isaiah Boone. Adds and llumor: George McCain. Circulating Manager: E. t .
Koglc, Religion:- Editor; R. A. Fisburne. Religious Editor; C.arna Jackson, Who's Who Column: ('destine l»a-cote. Did You Know That Column: James Simmons. Did You Know That Column: Beatrice Gregg. -Sport- («d-unin: L. C. Handberry. Sports Column; Marie Bradley, Sports Column: Moxctta Flemings. SjMirts (Column:
Gardena Garrick. Sports Column.
DURHAM MINISTERIAL UNION
•I. N. 'hit. President: K. Koglp, Vice President: IC. A. Kislil nrnc. Spcrt'liiry; ('. M.
Assisijim Seeretnr.v; Win. McKinley Itowin:in. Treasurer: II. O. Harvey. Chairman Program Committee: T. O. Kierplt. 'rit i« .
J. W. Davis. M. M. Beattie. J. W. Carter. J. R. Howard. G. L. Pearson. S. J. Weston. L. W. Williams. I. P. Moses. M. C. Allison. J. L. Fogle. H. H. Horton. T. N. Bines. W. A. Williams. R. C. Pleasant. C. Ford. C. N. Sullivan. W. J. Windham. G. B. Gilliard. C. R. Neal. J. N. Carr. C. M. Morgan. Win. McKinley Bowman. H. O. Harvey. T. O. Everett
Eula Gerald. Camille Moses. Mary H. Blackman. Garna Jackson. Hattie Frazier. Catherine BishoD. Beatrice Gregg. Annie L. Hall. Otelia Taylor. Eleanor Handberry. Erma Lewis. Charles Humbert. Pearl Watkins. Charlotte Jordan. Wm. Sanders. Jack Tarketon. Carl Brown. George Buck. Walter Brown. A. J. McConnell. Albert Burroughs.
PAGE THIRTY-SIXLA CERCLE FRANCAIS
Susie Rebecca Pinckney.................
Elizabeth Vertellc Burton..............
Daisy Mae Bright.......................
Celestine L. Bacote Wanda N. Bailey Walter Brown Marylyn Dean Gardena E. Garrick Eliza E. Myers Reholda M. Garner Eula Bertha Gerald Wilhemenia H. Ham
Margaret H. Humbert Roland Niles Centry Prince Marion F. Harrison Gama Mae Jackson Hilda R. Jackson Camille F. Moses Delphine Q- McDaniels Ethel L. Smith
Sadie Mae Smith Etherine Thompson Susie Rebecca Pinckney Velma J. Smith Annie Eleanor Handberry Elizabeth V. Burton Daisy Mae Bright Annie Mozetta Flemming Prof. Hollis Tildon. Sponsor
MAY DAY SCENE TENNIS
PAGE THIRTY-SEVENPEP SQUAD
Marion Murray. Otelia Taylor. Mary L. Roberts. Wilhemen a Taylor. Wm. Preston Hand-berry. Edith Humbert. Rosa Pearson. Albert Burroughs. Thomas E. Davis.
Gama M. Jackson.............................................. President
Camille F. Moses—...................................... Secretary
Charlotte Jordan............................................ Treasurer
Celestine Bacote........................................... Reporter
Margaret Humbert. Naomi Bailey. Carrie L. Shephard. Elizabeth Burton. Margie Thompson. Grace Jackson. Rasa Sumter. Rhunetta Wilder. Burley Drafts. Janie Mattison. Eliza Myers. Eula Gerald. Annie L. Hall. Ida M. Rutherford. Hattie Frazier. Vessie Gregg. Zelda Jackson. Sadie Smith. Anna Rass. Virgie M. Cortman, Harnctha Broadus. Delphine McDaniels. Wilhemena Ham. Etherine Thompson. Etta B. Hudson. Mary F. Blackman. Gama M. Jackson. Camille Moses. Charlotte Jordan. Reholda Garner. Celestine Bacote. Marguerite S. Williams. Sadie Singletary. Daisy Bright. Clara Bright. Marion Harrison.
PAGE THIRTY EIGHTi
COLLEGE MALE QUINTET
Wilson Braclsy. Win. K. Muldtcw. Win. laf: Pleasant. Gordon Simpson. Joseph Davis
WILLING WORKERS' CLUB
Girls’ Division OFFICERS
Naomi liaile.v. President; Prudence McIntosh. Vice President : Grave Jackson. Secretary :
Eleanor Handherry. Asst. Secretary: laniisc Lee. '1'reasnrer: Annie I.. Hall. Critic; Anna Ross. Reporter; and Mrs. H. A. Pinson. Adviser.
Rosalie Alsbrooks. Clara Bright. Daisy Bell, Wanda Hailey. Sarah IturmuKlis. Rnlli Hrixxs, Reholda Garner. Annie Laurie Ilall. Earnestine Flam. Eleanor Handberry. Marion Harrison. Grace Jackson. Anna Jenkins, ('arietta J n vreiiee. Louise Lee. Prudence McIntosh. Charlotte Meyers. Marie Parson. Ojetta Parker. Ida Rutherford. Anna Ross. Ethel Smith. Velma Smith. Rosa Sumter, and Pearl Wilson.
AC.E THIRTY XIXKTACK FOHTY
Erma Lewis. Anna Ross. Carrie L. Shephard. Ida Rutherford. Gladys Wilder. Susie M. Nelson. Wilhemenia Taylor Edna Crim. Hattie Frazier. Vessie Gregg. Oralee Samuel. Ojetta Parker. Sadie Singletary. Naomi Bailey. Juanita Bacote, Orgie Lucas. Ztpherlee Young. Carrie Murray. Be.uri«-« Gregg. Aurilla Sloans. Dorothy Duncan, Kosa Pearson, Otelia Taylor. Catherine Garrett. Adeline Boatwright.
Etherlne Thompson Margie L. Thompson Celestine Bacote ... Garna M. Jackson -Margaret Humbert
KAMPUS KULTURAL CLUB
Etherine J. Thompson. A. M. Flemming. Garna M. Jackson. Elizabeth Burton. Wilhemena Ham. Sadie M. Smith. Daisy M. Bright. Celestine Bacote. Eliza E. Myers. Margie L. Thompson. Edith Humbert. Margaret E. Humbert. Camille Moses. Delphine McDaniels. Eula B. Gerald. Marv.yn Dean. Lela V. Blocker. Jannie V. Mattison.
STUDENT COUNCIL CABINET
Luther V. Handberry ................................................
Theodore Everett ...................................................
Otelia Taylor ......................................................
Prudence McIntosh .................................................
President Vice President
Frank Belton .........................................
Wm. McKinley Bowman .................................
Beatrice Gregg .....................................
George Buck ..........................................
William P. Handberry ................................
SPONSORS: Professors Green C. Maxwell. Hollis Tildon
___ Senior Class
--- Junior Class
Sophomore Class Freshman Class ---High School
PAGE FOUTV-0.SkT H E M 0 TJ
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Elizabeth Burton ... ........................................
Etherine Thompson Marylyn E. Dean
Margaret E Humbert______
Prudence McIntosh -
Annie L. Hail -------------
Daisy M. Bright ----
Gama M. Jackson Reholda Mercedes Garner Delphlne McDaniels .
Miss Ruth Richard Advisor Sadie Mae Smith......................
.........- - -......... President
.................. Vice President
................. Asst. Secretary
......-.......... Corr. Secretary
............ Asst. Corr. Secretary
.......... Chm. Social Committee
..... Chrm. Program Committee
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Wm. McKinley Bowman ...
E. C. Fogle _____________
Thaddeus Bacote ......
Wm. T. Pleasant .....
Century Prince ..
Andrew Belton ...........
............ Vice President
........... Asst. Secretary
Chrm. Program Committee
Prof. Richard T. Williams. AdvisorCOMMERCIAL CLUB QUARTET PINSON BROTHERS QUARTET
George McCain. Otelia Taylor. Carrie Mur- Eugene Pinson. Sylvester Pinson. James Pin-ray. Carl Brown son. Davis Pinson
CAMPUS FEMALE QUARTET
Margaret Sue Williams. Nannie Mae Deas. Mary F. Blackman. Grace Jackson
Luvenia Rhames Rcholda Garner Anna L. Hall Katie Gibson I. D. Pinson, Jr.
Jack Tarleton Willie Lee Holman George Buck Geneva Ramsey Beatrice Gregg
ART APPRECIATION CLASS
Trvphena Lewis Mary L. Roberts Harnetha Broadus Ora lee Samuels Susie M. Nelson Lucy Ramsey Elaine James
Miriam Sampson Lillian McCaddcn Rhunctta Wilder Florence Walker Virginia Richardson Isabelle Davis Instructor: Mrs. B. A. Pinson
i»a ;k forty-fourIF MORRISIT F
FOURTH YEAR POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB
Miriam Middleton. President : Fred Ramsey. Vic© President; Dorothy Armstrong. Secretary: Virginia Richardson. Treasurer; and Kevcrend Addison. Critic.
Harnetha Rroadus. Racy Itamsey. Ia is Mills. Klaine .lames and Charles Sullivan.
THIRD AND FOURTH YEAR HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE CLUB
W. p. Ilanberry. President: Dorothy Armstrong. Vice President: Susie M. Nelson. Secretary; Mary I.. Roberts. Assistant Secretary: Rdna C'rim. Critic; I. D. Pinson. .Ir.. Tlmmasoiiea Pack. Gladys Golden, .fames Simmons and Sadie Singletary.
PACK FORTY FIVWILLING WORKERS’ CLUB
Willie Lee Holman Albert Burroughs Roland Nile's
Gordon Simpson Charles Pickering George Tanner Morris Pearson
PACK FORTY-SIXPACK FORTY SKYKNOPTO.M KTK 1ST 35 S. MAIN ST. SUMTER S. C.
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PALMER FUNERAL HOME
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Adults 15 Cents —:— Children 10 Cents
All Seats—All Hours
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Watch Makers — Diamond Setters and Engravers : « S. MAIN STREET SUMTER. S. C
P. J. SWINSON FURNITURE STORE
37 WEST LIBERTY STREET J. M. SWINSON. Manager
H. C. BLAND MOTOR CO.
CARS V K FORDS V-8 TRUCKS
BODY REPAIRS SERVICE
SUMTER STEAM LAUNDRY
PHONE 304 COURTEOUS SERVICE
SUMTER’S SHOPPING CENTER
LYMAN ELECTRIC CO.
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SHOK SHINE PAH 1.0K Work Done While You Wait 13 K. LIBERTY Sam Lush. Proprietor
| COMPLIMENT OF—
| WEST6URY LUMBER CO.
SUMTER. S. C.
SUMTER TOGGERY SHOP
| FORMERLY SMITH S TOGGERY SHOP
24 SO. MAIN STREET
SUMTER CUT-RATE DRUG STORE
Creator of Reasonable Drug Prices PHONE 93 • 94
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SUMTER DRY GOOD CO.
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SCMTER. S. C.
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BRODY’S DEPARTMENT STORE
Ol’TFITS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
SUMTER GAS and POWER CO.
“GAS Does It Better"
PAGE FORTY-NINETHE LEADER
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