Morrison High School - Warwick Yearbook (Morrison, VA)
- Class of 1938
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THE FACULTY Miss Ball Miss Mort Miss Martin Mrs. Kelley, School Nurse Mrs. Bloxom, Secretary Miss Giannotti Mrs. McPhail Miss Mewborn Mr. Sauder SENIOR CLASS • Motto: We learn not for school but for life. • Colors: Red and White • Flower: American Beauty Rose SENIOR CLASS ROLL President - . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Irene Anderson -George Keane Lois Wiseman Louise Watson Caroline Alexander Irene Andersen Ethel Auman Alexander Baxter Everlyn Becker John Cardoza Eugene Cochran Julian Coleman Virginia Collins Audrey Cooke Thelma Cox Ruth Crane Lucille Creech Elmer Curtis Virginia Dadds Ruth Daougherty Mary Diffenderfer Hyla Downs Henry Evans James Givens Esther Good Anne Goodwyn Ruby Hale Aubrey Harris Broaddus Houghton Edith Hertzler Mary Stuart Hornsby David Hostetter Billie Husbands Dorothy Ingram Edward Irby Gary Joyce Bruce Kastelberg George Keane Eileen Kelley lean LaFoy Dorothy Langslow Mary Langslow Ada Layman Jack Maclay James T. Leicester Robert Mattox Elizabeth McCartney Annie Moore Robert Myers Raymond Parker Pearl Peach Elva Poindexter Agnes Pollock Mildred Rogers Russell Rowe John Schafer Mildred Shenk Charles Smith Harrison Swain Haywood Thacker Robert Turlington Louise Watson Virginia Weltmer Jack White Lois Wiseman Dorothy Wood Helen Wood Ruth Woodfin I ulher Wright Helena Yoder CAROLINE EMILY ALEXANDER " In all the country ' round, a truer friend cannot be found. " Of all the girls in the Senior Class none is dearer to us than Caroline. Her ready wit and good sportsmanship have made her popular. She ' c a girl no one forgets. NAOMI IRENE ANDERSON " Her friendship is constant in all things The Senior Class could not have been what it is without Irene. Her friendly man- ner and excellent school spirit have won for her the honor of being class pres ' dent for three years. We are certain that I one will be successful in whatever she under- takes. ETHEL MAE AUMAN " Chubby” " Cares and troubles vanish when ' Chubby ' smiles. " " Chubby " is the personification of life, overflowing with fun. With her pleasing personality and her chatter-box tendency, r tr r r cam mnO ALEXANDER BOWMAN BAXTER " Woozie " " To others lenient, to himself sincere. " During the two years " Woozie " has been at M.H.S. he has made his varsity mono- gram in football and basketball. He is a favorite with all the students. May he car- ry happiness and fun wherever he goes. EVELYN FLORANCE BECKER " Laugh and the world laughs with you. Evelyn ' s eyes are always full of sunshine and mischief, and there is a smile lurking at the corners of her mouth. She is a faith- ful worker and a true friend. What more need we say? JOHN FREDERICK CARDOZA " Jack " " Happy am I; from care I ' m free. " " Jack " has proved himself to be both a student and an athlete. He has played four years varsity basketball and three years varsity football. We wish you suc- cess — may you make many touchdowns in the game of life. HAROLD EUGENE COCHRAN JULIAN MAHLON COLEMAN " Beanie” " Crig ' s bA " " Heroes are magfe, not born. " Another athlete! Julian is our handsome baseball hero. Athletics aren ' t all, how- ever, lor Julian is an excellent student. a profitable future. " Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” Eugene is our little " wisecracker, " always full of fun. He has the ability of combining work and pleasure successfully. Eugene has the best wishes of the class of ' 38 for VIRGINIA ALICE COLLINS " Gin” " A charm attends her wherever she goes.” Virginia is " The Eternal Feminine, " a mix- ture of sunshine and shadow. She can be serious with the most of us, and gay with the gayest of us. To those who know her well, she is the truest and most loyal of pals. I AUDREY ALPHA COOKE " Margie” " Beware of her fair hair. " In her brown eyes we see the reflection of a heart of gold. Many things could be said of " Margie " — we ' ll just say the, thing that tells the whole story — she has a host of friends. THELMA HARDING COX " A merry laugh and a twinkling eye.” Plenty of qood sense and the power of concentration make Thelma one of the best in our classes. The least of her many vir- tues is her ability to make friends easily and to keep them. RUTH EVELYN CRANE " A happy disposition is an invaluable possession.” With quiet dignity and reserve, Ruth has made her way through school so unob- trusively that only those who know her best realize her true worth. She is a loyal friend, and has a kind word for all. LUCILLE ELIZABETH CREECH JOHN ELMER CURTIS, Jr. VIRGINIA WARREN DADDS " Pug ' - " ' Monk ' ' " Ginia " I " A sunny smile and a precious pout. " Nature has given " Pug " a combination of hair and eyes which make her indeed pleasing to look upon. A kind heart and an ever ready smile make Lucille one of the best liked girls in the class of ' 38. " The only way to have a friend is to be one. " Elmer will be remembered as the smallest boy in the Senior Class; also, will the foot- ball sguad, of which he was manager, re- member him. " Monk " is reliable, sincere, and a valuable friend. " Her ways are ways of pleasantness. " Calm, serene, the embodiment of refine- ment — there you have Virginia. She has played her part in our lives with the true- ness. of purpose which is so entirely hers. These qualities naturally make her a fine companion. RUTH VIRGINIA DAOUGHERTY " Virginia " " Duty is the pathway to glory. " It didn ' t take Virginia long to become one of us. Dependability linked with a loyal class spirit has won Virginia many friends during the two years she has been at M.H.S. MARY VIRGINIA DIFFENDERFER " Diffy " " The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. " Sweet, timid, and bashful to the casual observer, yet she doesn ' t lack pep or wit, and is always ready for a good time. " Diffy " is a good student, and failure is unknown to her. HYLA ARLENE DOWNS " Rip " " Worry and I have never met. " Dependable, whole-hearted, loyal, this is Hyla. She has made many friends and will be missed when she leaves M.H.S. ONSLOW HENRY EVANS " Butter” " Love is a warfare. " " Butter,” as he is known to his friends at old M.H.S., is a very independent lad. We believe his pleasing manner will go far toward insuring him success in life. For three years " Butter " has made his varsity monogram. During his Senior year he has been Captain of the Fighting Farmers. JAMES OSCAR GIVENS " Jim " " The man that loves and laughs must sure do well. " " Jim, " sometimes called " Blond Blizzard, " has c way with the girls. Although he is slow, his winning personality always pulls him through. He has made his varsity let- ter in football and is president of the Hi- Hatter Club. ESTHER AMELIA GOOD " Precious things come wrapped in small packages. " Esther has a streak of humor in her make- up. She has much school spirit, exhibiting a love for athletics in taking part in bas- ketball, and a taste for music in her Glee Club activities. ANNE GOODWYN " Goody " " Come and trip it as you to, On the light fantastic toe. " Anne ' s willingness to participate in all school activities has not only earned her a position on the basketball team but also gained her popularity in Mr. Mort ' s annual show. Wherever there ' s iriisic there you will find " Goody” upholding her reputa- tion as - " best dancer ' in the class of ' 38 . RUBY BEATRICE HALE " Jackie " " A faithful and true friend is a living treasure. " " Jackie, " who has been with us a year has won many friends. She is always ready for a good time. We hope, as she goes out in the world, she will gain as many new friends as she has had -while at Morrison. AUBREY LEROY HARRIS " Touchy " " Brevity is the soul of wit. " Aubrey is one of our most dignified Sen- iors. He has taken an outstanding part in our scholastic and social activities. We wish him all the luck there is. WELLFORD BROADDUS HAUGHTON " Nuts 7 ' " Never worry — let the other fellow do it. " Broaddus will be remembered by his class- mates for his artistic ability. We really ex- pect him to succeed in the field of art . He has always shown good school spirit, and has, therefore, won many friends. EDITH GRACE HERTZLER " Eats " " A merry heart doeth good like a medicine. " Edith is blessed with an unusual store of energy. She is not easily influenced from her way of thinking. Open-heartedness, frankness, and straight-forwardness char- acterize her. Her good nature has won her many friends. MARY STUART HORNSBY " Stuart " " A sunny disposition gilds the edge of life ' s blackest cloud. " " Stuart " is a leader in classes and in more frivolous activities. We feel certain that " Stuart ' s " ability will get her far in the world. DAVID HENRY HOSTETTER " Davy " " It ' s a friendly heart that has plenty of friends. " " Davy " is a loyal friend indeed. His grand voice and friendly smile have won him many pals. He is a student surpassed by few. We see a fruitful life ahead for him. BILLIE ELIZABETH HUSBANDS " Jake " " She has the charm of cheerfulness and good fellowship. " " Jake " is one of " Dixie ' s belles " and uses that much admired Southern drawl. While she appears to be retiring in manner, her friends know her as one who is always genial and willing to lend a helping hand. DOROTHY FRANCES INGRAM " Dot " " Let there be music, my feet won ' t keep still. " " Dot " is practically a newcomer in our midst, but just the same she has made many friends here at Morrison. " Dot " is a good student. We know she will make good in whatever she undertakes. EDWARD LEE IRBY " Eddie " " Youth comes but once in a lifetime. " " Eddie " is a friendly, happy-go-lucky young man, good-looking, and always ready for a good time. He will be success- ful in whatever he undertakes in the fu- ture. GEORGE WEBSTER KEANE " Keane " " Ambition has no rest. " Studious? Grade A work every time. Gar- rulous? The school will miss him when it has to buy extra coal next year to make up for the hot-air loss. Popularity, ambi- tion, and honor are his possessions. All in all, Keane is a progressive boy who should make a successful man. GARY JOYCE ' ' Gerrie " " Those who smile are smiled upon. " " Gerrie, " with a cheery word and smile to everyone, has made many friends at M.H.S. He is a good student and a good sport, as well as a true friend. Besides having ability, he is energetic and am- bitious. Success to you, " Gerrie. " EILEEN KELLEY " Kell " " Once a friend, always a friend. " Songbird! Wow! And that isn ' t all! With her quiet dignity, and gentle, unassuming manner, she has crept into all of our hearts. Who knows but that some day she may startle us by her appearance in the operatic world? EDGAR BRUCE KASTELEERG " Brucey " " The crown and glory of this life is character. " This tall, dark, handsome, studious young man is everyone ' s friend. Bruce, we are sure success in life awaits you. JEAN LA FOY " Jeannie " " Words of soften tone. " Jean possesses an attractive smile and a delightful Hawaiian accent that we all love to hear. She ' s been with us only a year and a half, but she has won a place for herself in the heart of every Senior. DOROTHY BRACKENRIDGE LANGSLOW " Dot " " Fair and sweet, charming to meet. " Dot ' s friendly and sympathetic disposition has won a place in the hearts oi all her classmates. She is a good student, and a generous loyal friend. Dot, here s hoping that success and happiness will accom- pany you always! JACK MACLAY " A.nd what he greatly thought, he nobly dared. " Jack is a quiet boy with a bit of pleasing humor. Although he has been with us for only a short time Jack has become a great favorite. MARY OLIVE LANGSLOW " Pink " " None knew her but to love Her, Nor name her put to praise. Mary, with her cheerful smile, spreads sunshine wherever she goes. Her induST trious quiet, and earnest nature will car- ry her a long way on the path of happi- ness and success. ADA VIRGINIA LAYMAN " Quality, not quantity, is the true estimate of one ' s worth. " Because of her pluck, good nature, and kind heart, Ada has won many friends. Although her future is yet unknown, we predict for her a happy and successful life. JAMES THOMAS LEICESTER, Jr. " I. T. " " A friend to everyone. " J. T. is kind and good-natured. He is al- ways ready to lend a helping hand. Hi has won a letter in football, and inci- dentally, many friends at Morrison High. ROBERT HAMILTON MATTOX " Bob " " A man ' s a man for a‘ that. " Although this is Robert ' s first year at Mor- rison, he has become very popular. He stands out in all his classes, especially history, and is believed to be one of our future statesmen. Besides being studious, Robert is always ready for fun. ELIZABETH ANN McCARTNEY " Whiz " " The girl with the sunny disposition. " Laughing merrily, singing gaily, meeting life with sunny expectation, that is " Whiz. " She has just been with us a few months but her friendly personality has won her many friends. Here ' s hoping you keep this sunny disposition in the years to come, " Whiz. " ANNIE LAURIE MOORE " Blondie " " Quality, not quantity is what counts. " f ' nnie, the only true blond of our Senior Class always has a smile for eveiyone. She has a grand personality and is al- ways willing to help her fellow class- mates. We all wish her success and happi- ness throughout her future years. ROBERT AMORY MYERS " Boe " " Friendship is a sheltering tree. " " Bob " is a friendly, good-natured boy. He is well liked am ong students of Morrison High School. He will be missed by many when he leaves. We all look forward to his success. L RAYMOND EASTON PARKER " Parker " " He came, he saw, he conquered. " Raymond is an unusual student, a true friend, and a gentleman in every respect. He shows great ability in mathematics. Raymond is likely to go far in this old world and we wish him every possible success. PEARL PEACH " Peaches " " A smile is the whisper of a laugh. " Peaches is one of the cutest and molt popular girls in the Senior Class. Once you know her you can never forget her friend- ly smile and charming personality. Hu- morous, lovable, and witty, that ' s our " Peaches " of the ' 38 class. ELVA MARIE POINDEXTER " Elva " " Once a friend always a friend. " We have learned to appreciate Elva ' s jolly disposition and friendly manner. We feel that her pleasing personality will gain for her many acquaintances. Some day we hope to be proud of this classmate ' s achievement in the musical world. AGNES STEVENSON POLLOCK " Nancy " " Kindness is wisdom. " A clever, dependable, popular girl, who not only majors in athletics but lessons as well. Best of luck, " Scotchie " ! JOHN SCHAFER " Schafer " " Always a pal. " Schafer is one of the friendliest boys in the Senior Class. He can make himself at home in any crowd and is not in the least bash- ful. Schafer gets along pretty well with his teachers but we don ' t think he cares much for certain subjects. MILDRED LOUISE ROGERS " Billie " " There is a lady sweet and fine " One of the sweetest girls of our Senior Class, that ' s who " Billie " is. She is surely a true friend and once you know her you will love her. We wish her success and happiness for the rest of her life. I MILDRED VIRGINIA SHENK " Millie " " Silence accomplishes much that noise cannot. " Miidred is a sensible girl with a lovable disposition. One has to know her to really appreciate her good qualities. We know that she is accomplished in the domestic arts and suspect she will really succeed in this worthy field of work. RUSSELL HOGGE ROWE " Rut " " Watch him go places - especially in the world of sports. " " Rut " is an excellent athlete. He received monograms for football, baseball, and bas- ketball. He is a good student, a cheerful associate, and a generous and loyal friend. Truly he will be a great loss to the dear old Alma Mater. Success to you. CHARLES SMITH, Jr. " Smitty” " Honor lies in honest toil. " To a new-comer to Morrison " Smitty " ap- pears to be an excellent classmate. Thoughtful, courteous, and helpful to one unfamiliar to the ways of the school, " Smitty " will long be remembered and recognized as a worthy graduate of Mor- rison High School. GORDON HARRISON SWAIN " Swinky " ' ' The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong. " We have known " Swinky " for four years at M.H.S. Even if he is a little slow in things in general we have learned to like him. He will be greatly missed by all when the parting time arrives. Success to you in life, Mr. Swain. HURLEY HAYWOOD THACKER, Jr. " Peashooter " " Tall oaks from little acorns grow. " It is with a sad note in our voice that we say sc long to Haywood, a very lively, witty senior. A friend to all and well liked by all. He went through M.H.S. without a break, and we are all proud of him. So long, Haywood. May we all meet you again. ROBERT LEE TURLINGTON, Jr. " Bobby " " Romeo, thou art handsome. " If only gods were men " Bobby " would be our Appollo. His good looks and nice ways have won a place in the hearts of us all. We are sure there can be nothing but success for you. I I MARGARET LOUISE WATSON " Louise " " Knowledge is the wing wherewith we fly to heaven. " Here ' s to a sweet and lovable girl. Qne who studies not for grades but to learn. We all come to Louise for advice, and find in her a patient and willing helper. This girl is striving for the higher things in life. Good luck, Louise! VIRGINIA WELTMER " Silence is more eloquent than speech. " Virginia is so very modest and unassum- ing in her manner. One hardly realizes that she is present in the classroom, but if observed, she will be discovered faith- fully performing her work. Her lovable disposition makes her friendship a pre- cious gift. " Jack " " A friend in need is a friend indeed. " " Jack " is one of the most lively of all the Seniors of ' 38; he is a real sport. A true friend is found in " Jack.” He is the last of three in his family to graduate from M.H.S. We wish you the best of luck, " Jack. " LOIS GAY WISEMAN " Gay " " The girl who wins is the girl who works. " Lois, our Editor-in-Chief of the annual of ' 38, has always taken an active part in all student activities. B ecause of her .ready smile and willingness to help others she is liked by every student -who knows her. FANNIE RUTH WOODFIN " Zipper " " Once a pal, always a pal. " " Zipper " with her friendly manner and bit of humor has found a place in the heart of each member of the ' 38 class. When you hear a giggle you will know " Zipper " is near. HELEN CHRISTIAN WOOD " Hel” " Some think the world is made for fun and frolic; and so do I. " If you hear high, shrill laughter coming from one of the classrooms you can be sure it ' s " Hel. " With her pleasing person- ality and ability to make friends we all feel sure sne will scale the heights of success. LUTHER EDISON WRIGHT " Rookie " " With a cheerful smile he drifts along With a baritone voice he sings a song. " " Pookie " is a grand sport. He is friendly, dependable, and always willing to help in anything that will benefit the dear old Alma Mater. We know he will attain his goal. HELENA GRACE YODER " Woman delights me not; no, nor man either. " Helena has a good sense of humor. She is a good sport, a true friend, and one of the seniors who takes her time and seldom fails to get what she wants. DOROTHY LEE WOOD " Dot " " Sweet, charming, and discreet. " With her pleasing personality and lovable disposition, " Dot " has won herself a place, in the heart of every member of M.H.S. She is an ideal student and a true friend. With her ability plus her ambition, we know she will succeed. CLASS HISTORY We, the class of ' 38, after four years of work and fun prepare to leave the school that has become dear to our hearts because of what it has done for us. I shall endeavor to relate some of the scenes of our past school life. It was September of ' 34 and time for initiation into high school. There was a call for " rats, " and we came in greater abundance than " rats " have ever come before, for it took two rooms to cccommodate us. We will never forget those first few days in which we were so bewildered with the pain and indignity in- flicted upon us by the upper classmen. This day of " Woe " was ended by our friend Mr. Mort. Finally the glorious day came when we passed our tests and were no longer " rats " but Sophomores. We were proud to be Sophomores, but it really wasn ' t as much fun as being " Rats. " In order to obtain money for the banquet that we were to give the Seniors the next year, we sold candy and chances for cakes. We were also awarded a small sum of money by the Patron ' s League because of our attendance record. Then came those hard days of study for examinations but we survived the storm and emerged with the honor of being Juniors. Our Junior year was the happiest of our four years struggle for an education. We had now made many friend and acquain- tances. As the money which we had obtained in the Sophomore year was not sufficient to cover the cost of the banquet we were to give the Seniors, we gave a party, sold more candy and cakes. At last we collected enough money and gave an elaborate banquet in honor of the Senior Class at the Warwick hotel. With little time to spare we made up our minds to study hard, and as a result we soon became Seniors. September came and we could har ' dly believe we were Sen- iors. The pain and indignity we had suffered as " rats " now became but a pleasant memory. Our class is outstanding for its school spirit, and class coopera- tion, and we feel elated to know that we are the largest gradu- ating class in the history of Morrison High School. We worked diligently and tirelessly on the 1938 volume of the " Warwick " and were rewarded by having an annual of which we can really be proud. Our class meetings were long and numerous, and we accom- plished much with the strict enforcement of Parliamentary rules. We leave now with our hearts full of gratitude and thankfulness for the instruction and patience of our teachers. We still wonder how the teachers of our four years at school survived the trouble and confusion that we caused. We say goodbye now with sincere thanks and wishes that our teachers and friends may " live happily ever after. " Our hopes and aspirations have been lifted upward and on- ward by you. our dear Alma Mater, and the success of future years will be laurels to adorn our walls of fame created by the memories of you, dear old M. H. S. BRUCE KASTELBERG, ' 38. CLASS! PROPHECY Hello, everybody! This is Dorothy Wood, your personality parade reporter, bringing to you the highlights in the lives of those Morrison High School graduates of that distinguished Class of ' 38. Numerous achievements were predicted for this class in that year, and now that we have, reached the halfway mark of the twentieth century, let us pause a moment to see exactly what has been accomplished by them. I have just received news that the President of the United States, the Honorable Irene Anderson, has appointed Miss Vir- ginia Weltmer to fill the secretarial vacancy in the White House. This important position was formerly held by Dorothy Langslow, who resigned in order to devote her entire time to domestic affairs in her home. Helen Wood, Superintendent of the State Homemaking Depart- ment of Virginia, has at last succeeded in interesting a number of young girls of this state to take an active part in carrying out the daily work routine in the home. Lois Wiseman and Caroline Alexander pedaled off with the $5,000 prize in the six-day bicycie races yesterday at Madison Square Garden. Doctors Heywood Thacker and Jack White, founders of the Whitewood Institute, were guests of the Archbishop of Canter bury while in London recently. Ruth Crane and Elizabeth McCartney have decided to spend the rest of their lives " listening in. " They are both telephone operators in Swandale, a rapidly growing town. News from Washington! Action is blocked in the Senate be- cause of the successful filibuster being carried on by that in- defatigueable Senator from Virginia, Aubrey Harris. Bobby Turlington, a rising young actor, is sailing for Francs tomorrow on the Queen Mary, where he w.ll join his attractive wife, Deanna Durbin. Flash! In her secluded home in the Mountains of Virginia, Louise Watson is producing what the public believes will be her greatest masterpiece in history. This book composed of 500,000 words is entitled " How to Make the World Safe for Democracy. " I have just learned that Raymond Parker and George Keane, two mechanical engineers, are working on plans for building a bridge across the Pacific. Eileen Kelley has been proclaimed by the world as the great- est Metropolitan Opera singer. Her presentation to the King of England this fall will receive universal attention. Robert Meyers, president of the Greyhound Bus Lines, is con- templating the extension of this famous transportation system throughout the continents of Europe and Asia. While reading the society column of a Miami newspaper, I found that Miss Virginia Collins, a Newport debutante, enter tained at her summer home with an informal luncheon. Among those guests attending were Annie Moore, that distingushec’ and well-known poetess; Pearl Peach, celebrated prima donna of Paris; Elva Poindexter, star of the London Opera Company; Ruby Hale, a modern dress designer, whose creqtipns are said to equal those of Schiaparelli; and Ada Layipand, noted evangelist who has only recently returned from Africa, where she accomplished much in seeing the Bible translated into sev- eral of the native African dialects. The famous drawings and caricatures of Broadus Haughton provided the cjiief topic o! conversation. Charles Smith, a construction engineer, jpas been sept to Central America to begin work on a new and larger canql across the Isthmus of Panama. Dr. and Mrs. David Hostetter are leaving tomorrow for New Orleans, where they will attend the annual session of the Southern Medical Association. In a recent interview with that famous woman publisher of New York City, Virginia Dougherty, I learned that a certain took just off the press was taking the married women of America by storm. This book, " How to Become the Perfect Housewife, " was written after ten years of successful experi- mentation by Billie Husbands. Mildred Rogers and Audrey Cooke, teachers at the Newport News High School, will attend the summer session beginning June seventeenth at William and Mary College. Flash! Flash! John Shafer has become a second Ely Culbertson. His skill as a bridge player has received the attention of many professional experts. Jean LaFoy will sail tomorrow for the Hawaiian Islands, where she will assume her duties as a French instructor. Helena Yoder and Edith Hertzler have found a home for ole ladies, where they tenderly care for the aged. South Bend, Indiana! Jim Givens and Eddie Irby, proprietors of the Notre Dame Soda Shop, which is located near the sta dium, have concocted a new soda, the " gridiron special. " A very amusing incident occurred during the football training season which caused two very promising football players namely, Jack Cardoza and Henry Evans, much embarrassment These players had just been served a " gridiron special " with a double dip of ice cream, when in walked Coach Crigler o! Notre Dame College. Speaking of football, Elmer Curtis, who began his career as manager of Morrison ' s " Fighting Farmers, " is now coach of the " Blue Devils " of Duke University. In the coming season. Curtis intends to use J. T. Leicester as his main right end de- fense, and Luther Wright, All-American quarterback. As a reward for being selected the typical American red-head, Gene Cochran automatically took over the presidency of the D. P. chain of stores today. The United States Patent Office issued a patent this morning on Lucille Creech ' s perfected giggle. Harry Swain has been recently appointed head of the TWA Transport Airways. He has secured the following young ladies as stewardesses: Miss Virginia Dadds and Miss Mary Langs- low. Julian Coleman and Alex Baxter have had their ambitions realized. They are " Big Leaguers” now. Coleman plays short- stop for the Giants, and Baxter is the Yankees ' best first base- man. Flash! Local news! Mary Stuart Hornsby, the only interior deco- rator in Newport News, has sold Mary Diffendeffer half interest in her little shop on Washington Avenue. Evelyn Becker and Esther Good returned today from an air- plane flight across both the North and South poles. Their flight was sponsored by Bruce Kastelburg, president of the Radio Corporation of America. Mildred Shenk, directress of nurses at the Updale Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, will make a tour of several New England hospitals next month. Dorothy Ingram, head dietician of the American Dietetics Association, and Thelma Cox, a visiting nurse, will accompany her. After graduating from the Annapolis Naval Academy, Russell Rowe found time to organize a knitting club for the Navy football team. Flash! Gary Joyce, a successful Broadway dancer advertised last week for a dancing partner, and Anne Goodwyn, a tal- ented tap-dancer, was given the job. Jack Maclay is traveling the " royal road to romance” in the Richard Halliburton style. At the present time he is working his way to Australia on a tramp steamer. An interesting biography of the life of the Duke of Windsor has been written by Robert Mattox, a former West Point cadet. If jewelry or other valuables have been stolen from you, for prompt and efficient service, telegraph Ethel Auman, Nancy Foilcck and Ruth Woodfin, in care of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police. This concludes " The Personality Parade Review, " which was a presentation of Station MHS, brought to you through the fa- cilities of the Morrison High School broadcasting station. DOROTHY WOOD, ' 38. CLASS WILL As we, the Seniors of ' 38, pass from Morrison High out into the world, we declare this irrevocable last will and testament which shall act as a legal authority in dispensing with our collective and personal belongings. Certain portions of our class ' weal h will be disposed of in the following manner: First, to our successors, the Junior Class, we leave our histori- cal - - er, that is, history teachers as home room discipline regulators. Second, to these two Senior teachers, Mrs. Geddy and Miss Pitts, we will the hope for a Senior Class of politicians who don ' t talk too much (a forlorn hope we fear). Third, to Mr. J. R. Mort, we leave our appreciation for his con- tributions to our profitable stay in Morrison High School. Fourth, to the faculty we will our thanks for their valuable assistance rendered us in the preparation for our future. Fifth, to the student body we will our best wishes for a bene- ficial and enjoyable stay in Morrison High School. The individual members of the class make the following dis- tributions of their personal possessions: Gene Cochran wills his " sorreltop " to anyone whom Miss Mcrtin may designate as his successor. Ada Layman wills her friendly ways to Dora May Hertzler. Haywood Thacker wills his basketball prowess to ' ' Dot ' Scholtz. L Edith Hertzler wills her giggle to John Shenk. Jack White wills his ingenious method of getting " kicked " out cf study hall to Mae Scholtz. Helena Yoder wills her garrulous ways to Miss Martin. Henry Evans wills his affections for " Pug” Creech to Jim Richardson. Esther Good wills her curls to Isabel Bell. Robert Mattox wills his jawbreaking words and political strate- gy to Franklin D. Roosevelt. Hyla Downs wills her shyness to her sister, Audrey. Edward Irby wills his ability to " bum up the road " to Captain George Eyston. Elizabeth McCartney wills her speaking acquaintance with Charles Black to Barbara Chalkley. To Aubrey Hawthorne, Jack Cardoza wills his title as " History Shark. " Ru h Crane wills her " extra pounds " to Lois Honeycutt. Alex Baxter wills his ability to debate to Walter Barnard. Charles Smith wills his skill in playing the saxophone to Rudy Vallee. Dorothy Langslow wills her beauty to Anne Wilkins. Luther Wright wills his formula for capturing the fair sex to Bob Krepps. Virginia Collins wills her stylish manner to Gwen Sleight. Elmer Curtis wills his " cute ways " to Clarence Queensbury. Thelma Cox wills her happy-go-lucky personality to Ella Dud- ley. Julian Coleman will his title as " King " to Bill Warren. Mary Diffenderfer wills her position as first mate on the U.S.S. Good Ship " Wild Rose " to Mabel Gross. John Schafer wills his golfing ability to Miss Ball. Lucille Creech wills her high pitched laugh to Nancy Maclay. Harry Swain wills his speedy ways and argumentive nature to Russell Fairnholt. Evelyn Becker wills her knack for teasing to Virginia Stevens. Bruce Kastelberg wills his exceptional good looks to Irving Howell. Mildred Rogers wills her " extra inches " to Albert Hall. Jim Givens wills his math ability to Lenwood Beasley. Pearl Pecch wills her love of " Uncle Sam ' s Boys " to Mildred Henley. Aubrey Harris wills his ability to give history talks to anyone with such a fine, monotonous voice. Dorothy Ingram wills her likeness for " Red " hair to Lucinda Paris. Robert Turlington wills his ability to shock Annie Moore ' s modesty to any other " Romeo. " Annie Moore wills the ease with which she blushes to Mae Scholtz. Ruth Woodfin wills her position as class primp to Lilian Jones. Ruby Hale wills her " Southern accent " to Nelson Swain. Mildred Shenk wills her school spirit to the Junior Class. Virginia Weltmer wills her quiet manner to Dolly Seward. Broadus Haughton wills his artistic ability to Joe McAlexander. Dorothy Wood wills her position as class prophet to anyone whom the class of ' 39 may choose. Virginia Dadds wills her knowledge of Yorktown to the Cham- ber of Commerce. Irene Anderson wills her ability to keep strict parliamentary order to the President of the Senior Class of ' 39. Russell Rowe wills his athletic ability to Richard Leach. Louise Watson wills her use of perfect English to Audrey Fox. Jean La Foy wills her skill in knitting to anyone with as much leisure time. Virginia Daughtery wills her position on the Safety Patrol to anyone receiving the highest grade on Mr. Mort ' s Civil Service Exam. Caroline Alexander wills her primness to Katherine Fowler. Gary Joyce wills his ability to " truck " to Eddis Parker. Anne Goodwyn wills her interest in Augusta Military Academy to anyone inclined. Robert Myers wills his unusual ability to muster up enough courage to drive a girls ' school bus to Morey Hussey. Billie Husbands wills her skill in playing " ping-pong " to Sarah Hunter. Audrey Cooke wills her chemistry knowledge to Les Mitchell. Lois Wiseman wills her skating experience to Miss Pitts. Elva Poindexter wills her melodious voice to Coach Crigler. Nancy Pollock leaves her sensational basketball playing to Helen Newell. Eileen Kelly wills her ear for listening to the " Buzz” of the bees to anyone who rates as high in Mr. Buzz ' s estimation. Mary Hornsby wills her pleasing personality to Virginia Parker. David Hostetter wills his optimistic outlook on life to Preston Freeman. Helen Wood wills her grace and charm to Mildred Harris. J. T. Leicester wills his line-up game of football to Raymond German. Ethel Auman wills her dimples to anyone who can use them. Mary Langslow wills her school girl complexion to Jean Maclay. Jack Maclay wills his love of school to Melvin Dolan. Keane and Parker, the co-authors of this document, do hereby relinquish their position as crack-brained will experts to whom- ever the Class of ' 39 selects. The authors of this will are in no way responsible for any injuries, physical, moral or menial, which may result from its publication. Neither do they guarantee the collection of any- one ' s inheritance. RAYMOND PARKER, ' 38. GEORGE KEAN, ' 38. CLASS CREED As we stand upon the threshold of the future that lies before us, with a strange deep feeling, we, the Class of 1938 .turn oui thoughts backward to consider the ideals which we have tried to achieve, and the goals at which we have aimed. With stir ring emotions we leave this spot which has come to have a strong hold upon our hearts through the experiences of the years. During this period of time we have formed our opinions and held to cur beliefs. First, we believe in God, cur Heavenly Father and the Creator of all things. We believe in our nation and feel proud of its achievements and the freedom with which we are blessed. ' We believe in our state, Virginia, where were planted the first seeds of our great United States. We believe in Warwick County in which is located our school Morrison. We have faith in the administrators of the school who have proven themselves so efficient in their work. We believe ir. our principal, Mr. Mort, and we realize that his energies have been nobly devoted to making Morrison a better school. We believe in the members of the faculty who have labored earnestly with us during these memorable years which we have spent together. We believe in our Annual and its sponsor. Miss Giannotti. We feel that this work, which is our own, will serve to preserve in memory many of the experiences of our school days. We believe in the clubs, athletics, and various activities which have helped to build character and to develop the body. We believe in the student body of Morrison High School and we realize its splendid educational facilities. In conclusion, we believe in our own Senior Class. We feel bound by common ti es since we have spent days together in work and play. As we step from the door of this dear school we trust that our motto, " We learn not for school, but for life, " has really been exemplified in our work, and that we shall be prepared to meet and see creditably the tasks and duties that await us. LOUISE WATSON, ' 38. CLASS ELECTIONS Typical Senior Boy Typical Senior Girl Best All-round Boy Best All-round Girl Most Handsome Boy Prettiest Girl Most Attractive Boy Most Attractive Girl Best Sport Boy Best Sport Girl Morrison High Booster Cutest Boy Cutest Girl Class Primp Class Flirt Boy Class Flirt Girl Man Hater Woman Hater Most Studious Boy George Keane Dorothy Wood ....... Russell Rowe Ethel Auman . , Bobby Turlington . . Dorothy Langslow Bruce Kastelberg . Dorothy Wood Russell Rowe Ethel Auman Lois Wiseman Elmer Curtis . . Dorothy Wood Ruth Woodfin Lather Wr.ight Mary Stuart Hornsby Virginia Daougherty . Broadus Haughton Raymond Parker Most Studious Girl Louise Watson Hot Air Broadcaster John Schafer Wittiest Boy Alex Baxter Wittiest Girl Lucille Creech Most Original Boy George Keane Most Original Girl Ada Layman Most Bashful Boy David Hostetter Most Bashful Girl Virginia Weltmer Biggest Loafer Jack Cardoza Most Stylish Boy Bobby Turlington Most Stylish Girl Virginia Collins Friendliest Boy Alex Baxter Friendliest Girl Ada Layman Peppiest Boy Russell Rowe Peppiest Girl Lucille Creech Best Dancer Boy Gary Joyce Best Dancer Girl Ann Goodwyn Biggest Giggler Boy Elmer Curtis Biggest Giggler Girl Lucille Creech Quietest Boy Aubrey Harris Quietest Girl Virginia Weltmer Noisest Boy Henry Evans Noisest Girl Lucille Creech Most Independent Boy Robert Mattox Most Independent Girl Irene Anderson Most in Love Boy .. .. Haywood Thacker Most in Love Girl Ann Goodwyn Heart Breaker Boy Robert Turlington Heart Breaker Girl Dorothy Langslow Biggest Tease ... Jack Cardoza Teacher ' s Pet Jim Givens Most Likely to Succeed Boy Robert Mattox Most Likely to Succeed Girl Louise Watson JUNIOR CLASS ★ ★ Motto: " Not at the top but climbing.” Colors: Blue and White Flower: White Rose JUNIOR CLASS ROLL • President • Vice-President • Secretary • Treasurer Catherine Fowler Bill Rowe Les Mitchell Mae Scholtz Peggy Atkinson Irma Ayscue Linwood Beasley Charles Black Roberly Carter Barbara Chalkley Meredith Clarke Channing Coleman lack Cross Howard Curtis Boyd Dadds Ella Dudley Gilbert Dudley J. W. Dunnagan Hagood Elkins Elsie Ellis Carlton Eppes Russell Farinholt Catherine Fowler Preston Freeman Barbara Fuller Hawthorne Granger Mabel Gross Hugh Hambric Edith Harlow Mildred Harris Caxton Houghton Mildred Henley Viola Honeycutt Earl Huckins Fhyllis Huckins Sarah Hunter Ann Jones Lilian Jones Mary Jones Fred Joyner Mildred Kessler Bob Krepps Nancy Maclay Mary Martin foe McAlexander Julia McAlexander Les Mitchell Grace Morgan Bill Owens Lucinda Paris Edward Parker Virginia Parker Adrian Presson Jim Richardson Nancy Roane Bill Rowe Margaret Rowell Raymond Sealey Mae Sholtz Gwendolyn Slaight Jimmy Smitliley Virginia Stevens Jack Thompson Mac Thompson Welford Turner Harold Vandeveer Irving Vreeland Philip Wilburn Anne Wilkins STUDENT BODY WHO ' S WHO President Irene Anderson Vice-President George Keane Secretary Lois Wiseman Treasurer Louise Watson • Prettiest Girl Dorothy Langslow Most Handsome Boy . . . Bobby Turlington Best All-round Girl Lucille Creech Best All-round Boy Russell Rowe Most Athletic Girl Audrey Kaufelt Most Athletic Boy Russell Rowe Most Attractive Girl Dorothy Wood Most Attractive Boy Bobby Turlington Cutest Girl Ethel Auman Cutest Boy Bobby Turlington Wittiest Girl Lucille Creech Wittiest Boy Alex Baxter Most Popular Girl Ethel Auman Most Popular Boy Bobby Turlington Most Popular Senior Girl . . . Ethel Auman Most Popular Senior Boy Bobby Turlington Most Popular Junior Girl Mae Schlotz Most Popular Junior Boy Howard Curtis Most Popular Sophomore Girl Elsie Utley Most Popular Sophomore Boy Bill Haywood Most Popular Freshman Girl Grieg Campbell Most Popular Freshman Boy Pete Preston SOPHOMORE CLASS v V " V • Motto: " We strive that we may suc- ceed.” • Colors: Red and White • Flower: Peony SOPHOMORE CLASS ROLL • President • Vice-President • Secretary • Treasurer John Newell Jack Hamilton Billy Warren Nancy Rowe Irene Acree Burt Atkinson Bruce Barclay Walter Barnard Margaret Becker Thelma Becker Reed Black Ellen Bloxom Venita Budlong Willis Budlong Kenneth Cassel John Celis Thomas Cooke Joseph Crawford Aubrey Curtis Charles Daman Melvin Dolan Bernice Dunn Horace Edwards Benjamin Fenton Robert Floyd Audrey Fox Billy Fox Elsie Fox Doris Garnand Raymond German . Martha Gibbs Jack Hamilton Mary Harlow Thomas Harlow Howard Harrison Maude Hawley Aubrey Hawthorne Bill Haywood Dora Hertzler Florence Hicks Mary Hines Thurston Hines James Holland Bill Holliday Lois Honeycutt Hudson Hornsby William Hulton Jimmie Hunter Morey Hussey Dorothy Ihlefield Lorraine Janson Mildred Joyner Audrey Kaufelt Kathleen Keane Arlene Kesler Ruth Kesler Phillip Langslow Richard Leach Orion Leonard Robert Leonard George Logan Irving Loyd Helen Marshall Ronald Marshall Alice Mason John Miller Gregory Minter Hyacinth Moore Dorothy Morgan Viola Morgan Helen Newell John Newell Dorothy Overman Lynwood Owens T. H. Paris Walter Paris Marjorie Parker Pat Patterson Thelma Peters Bill Preston Dorothy Price Delle Purcell Clarence Queensbery Laurence Robertson Robert Rough Helen Roundy Frances Rowe Gaither Rowe Harvey Rowe Nancy Rowe William Russell Dorothy Shultz Ruby Schwery Alvin Sebum Dolly Seward John Shenk Lois Shenk Elsie Smith Thomas Smith Mary Snider Nelson Swain Richard Thompson Elsie Utley Norman Vandeveer Mary Walker Laurence Walters Billy Warren Cecil Weeks Mae Wood Myrtle Woodall A SCHOOL REVERIE The old school bell has rung its last No more we’ll hear its toll, To assemble here as the senior class, To answer to the roll. The schoolboy’s last rash deed is marked, In the teacher’s record book, And memories clear will oft remain, Of the long feared angry look. No visions of tomorrow’s strains, No thoughts of tomorrow’s strife, IV e hurry along and rack our brains, To a long and happy life. IV e hate to leave our new brick palace, But know it’s in good care, For we know the ones that take our place, IVill likewise do their share. Mary and Dorothy Lancslow. n FRESHMAN CLASS or r » -4 e CjlaSl £ 9 7 ? " ? o cr J+4 r • Motto " Life is accomplishment, not mere existence. " • Colors: Green and Yellow • Flower: Yellow Rose FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL • President William Michie • Vice-President . Jean Denton • Sect ' y S Treasurer Grieg Campbell Milton Adams Raymond Adams Joyce Ayscue Herbert Barbros Lelia Barclay Thelma Barnard Ruth Barnhart Welfora Batkins Isabel Bell Virginia Boyd Virginia Bradshaw Baird Brooks Greig Campbell Marjorie Cano van C. C. Cardwell Edmonia Cauffman Edward Chalkley James Cochran George Cowan Jean Crawford Jean Denton Charles Diffenderfer Betty Jane Doggette Marie Doucette Ruthell Doughty Audrey Downs Doris Drewery Bessie Dudley Leon Edwards Frank Emmerson Eva Epps Harry Fisher Betty Ford Colleen Fox Hilda Freeman Wade Granger Albert Hall Eileen Harriman Florence Harris Margaret Harris Ralph Harris Granville Hawkins Elsie Hertzler Helen Hicks James Hines W. J. Hines Morris Holloway Charles Hostetter Joseph Holzback Irvin Howell Wendell Hussey Mervin Johnson John Jones Joseph Kastelberg Louis Kaufelt Jack Kessler Norman Kraus Annette Lane Frank Lange Betty Lankes Joseph Lawson Ruth Layman Jean Maclay Doris Mahanes Evelyn Martin Leonard Mason Beatric Merica William Michie Helen Myers Irene Nice Eline Nicholson Dick Osborne Helen Owens Lilian Phillips Emmett Preston Enid Redman Larry Sanford Baker Scott C. W. Simonson Ellen Shenk Jean Sloan Clifton Strond Bill Styron Lionel Thacker Jackie Turlington Dave Turner Alex Watson Calvin White Josephine Whiteside Margaret Wilkins Mary Wood Dottie Woodfin Lucille Zeremsky CLUBS GLEE CLUB ROLL • President • Vice-President • Secretary • Treasurer Lois Wiseman Ada Layman Mae Scholtz Helen Wood Irene Anderson Ann Barclay Leila Barclay Isabel Bell Virginia Boyd Edmonia Cauffman Barbara Chalkley Ruth Crane Audrey Downs Doris Drewery Eva Eppes Betty Ford Esther Good Florence Harris Mildred Harris Eileen Harrison Florence Hicks Lois Honeycutt Sarah Hunter Billy Husbands Ann Jones Lilian Jones Eileen Kelley Ada Layman Ruth Layman Jean Maclay Nancy Maclay Julia McAlexander Dorothy Morgan Helen Owens Virginia Parker Pearl Peach Elva Poindexter Nancy Pollock Enid Redman Mae Scholtz Ellen Shenk Gwendolyn Slaight Jean Sloan Elsie Utley Josephine Whiteside Ann Wilkins Margaret Wilkins Lois Wiseman Helen Wood II 7 GLEE CLUB y$p| • Dictum: " Nil mortibus ardui est.” • Colores: Virides et albi • Flos: Narcissus LATIN CLUB ROLL • Consules Ronald Marshall Greig Campbell • Praetores Anne Wilkins Lelia Barclay • Aedile Mary Marlin • Sponsor Miss Pitts Lelia Barclay Baird Brooks Greig Campbell C. C. Cardwell Dorothy Overman Frank Emmerson Barbara Fuller Edith Harlow Mildred Henley Lois Honeycutt Viola Honeycutt Hudson Hornsby Mildred Kessler Betty Lankes Robert Leonard Nancy Maclay Ronald Marshall Evelyn Martin Mary Martin William Michie Delle Pursell Jim Richardson Nancy Rowe Dolly Seward Gwendolyn Slaight Jean Sloan Elsie Smith Jimmie Smithly Bill Stym Mac Thompson Mary Frances Walker Anne Wilkins Josephine Whiteside y LATIN CLUB oX ★ ★ M ' ' P V JL-r P wm fi tJJtlsJ ■ ■ % flak ™ Ih • Motto: " If you can ' t be good be careful " • Colors: Black and White • Flower: HI-HAT CLUB ROLL • President • Vice-President • Secretary • Treasurer • Sponsor Jim Givens . . Gary Joyce Mary Hornsby Dorothy Langslow Miss Ball Alex Baxter Gary Joyce Ellen Bloxom Bob Krepps Virginia Collins Dorothy Langslow Howard Curtis Bob Mattox Hyla Downs Julia McAlexander Jim Givens Elizabeth McCartney Ruby Hale Lucinda Paris Mary Hornsby John Schafer Dorothy Ingram Bobby Turlington Eddie Irby Luther Wright HI-HAT CLUB Motto: " To have a good time. ' Colors: Blue and White Flower: COWSLIP COO coo CLUB • President • Vice-President • Secretary • Treasurer • Sponsor Eileen Kelly Helen Wood Katherine Fowler Caroline Alexander Miss Carter Caroline Alexander Ethel Auman Anne Barclay Lelia Barclay Grieg Campbell Lucille Creech Betty Ford Catherine Fowler Anne Goodwin Maude Hawley Sarah Hunter Lorraine Jansen Anne Jones Ei’een Kelly Jean La Foy Betty Lankes Mary Langslow Nancy Maclay Nancy Pollock Gwendolyn Slaight Elsie Utley Dorothy Wood Helen Wood Myrtle Woodall Lcis Wiseman COO COO CLUB • Motto: " Ever Ready " 9 Colors: Green and Black • Flower: Violet 13 AMANUENSES ROLL • President • Vice-President • Secretary • Treasurer • Sponsor . . Thelma Cox Dorothy Langslow Mary Langslow Elva Poindexter Miss Giannotti Irene Anderson Laura Butler Thelma Cox Ruth Crane Virginia Dadds Ella Dudley Esther Good ★ Mildred Harris Dorothy Langslow Mary Langslow Elva Poindexter Nancy Pollock Lois Wiseman 13 AMANUENSES J. D. Crigler, Coach John Newell, Back Dale Rough, Tackle Gary Joyce, Back Bill Holliday, Guard Elmer Curtis, Manager Joe McAlexander, End Harold Vandeveer, Tackle Jack Cardoza, Back Jim Givens, Tackle Aubrey Hawthorne, Guard Richard Thompson, End Charles Smith, Guard Raymond German, Tackle Eugene Cochran, Guard Edward Chalkley, Back Roberly Carter, Guard Alex Baxter, Back Milton Adams, Back Thomas Cooke, Back Bill W arren, End Bob Krepps, Tackle Luther Wright, Center Richard Leach, Back Howard Curtis, Center J, T- Leicester, End BASEBALL Front Row (left to riqht) — Julian Coleman, Edward Chalkley, Freston Freeman, Joe McAlexander, Harris Holland, Milton Adams, Joe Crafford, Caxton Haughton, Elmer Curtis, Manager. Second Row (left to right) — Howard Curtis, Assistant Manager, Russell Rowe, Melvin Dolan, Bill Warren, Reed Block, Charles Block, Roberly Carter, J. D. Crigler, Coach. Center Front — Thomas Cook, Mgr.; J. D. Crigler, Coach. 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