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KM: as -ImA':r5,' V,- 5 N A I 1 r v n I a 1 . r 1 . 1 I I K 2 Fg ga xl c fir .Q L, O E v, El C L 1 L, 'gg 'I X hd rf -ig ii ll f , if if 1 Q r- li SPJ Q S, it 5 f: fi 'i Z ga.. ? Nw ,,, I, ,,,, qs, . ... ., V1 NXQ 'iwfx 'mix' E- l Q XX!! ff O, , . .5555-.5q.q,, , .Manu .-.. v -ve.-. un. Y, g will dtbe 1929 marie t L14C5,9f,QEaw,-fm L., iq FORE ORD HE Seniors of Newberry High School send forth the second edition of THE ORACLE as a symbol of the successful activities, good felf lowship and high school spirit of their Alma Mater- a record recalling to those who go out from the high school pleasant memories of days spent together. The Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-nine has endeavored to give evi- dence on every page of this edition of THE ORACLE of its character and spirit. and its loyalty to the Blue and White. 9 C8 i 89 mf 59 0 'cb ' . 3135 7 Fbiiilfigii EJ2l'5If'i?Pi 5' ,., . W., ' Y I" as P, ti ir, ra. 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S1u1'x1l'r3u1 .'l4l:w'rI1.v:11f1 ,'llumn14"r XIISS!-S .luxrs .wh XY!-RIS. lrllflflfj' .'l:lf'1'.mr.v l , GDB 1929 HDIHIZIB Ghz 1929 EDrurle Eb? 1929 QDIYIIZIB MODVI. DlN1Nm1 Room NIANUAJ, 'VRAININCR VJORKSI IOI NN .--H '-- - 4.55-.-.v 1 ' o " nv-' -W -. -H NNSWAM 'NV' -C' ' 'u S00 Xof Ghz 1929 Qnrafle vga ' 1 gill :turf rj .- I -, f. rf " X A X' ' 5 X. pg fl, ' Pl . QW ,, PQ' rg ' -Y' QL 5 Sw Q--rv fx Of f, K I1 xkkf if .ff 544' XV, D- I, W -'E--F xx, 1,514- , rv 5-.. Lf ' ff 1 N 5 L ,ij-V. , i 7 I O. B. CANNON DR. W. G. NIAYES F. -A Superinfvndenl of Crfy Schcmls Chairman Board of Truslees pf , P" " be fx TRUSTEES R. Q L. G. ESKRIDGE .... .,..,,,.,.. . . Secretary and Treasurer XX.. fl J. Y. JONES ..,,.....,... , . ............, Vzce-Chazrmcm .5 I-I. B. WELLS DR. C. D. WEEKS V, N f iii 2' rr' ft.: U2 Q Q3 Mi ' L5 F 7 af Q f- QQ... ,, I ff., SQ' ' fn 1 -x. Qkiwfziwki' . ass - E' sa :maya 2 3 .L ., 45 lj Q iN -25 .1 X UD ls I! L I4 F2 -Q E EP' W "6 I4 3 .lo E5 M .R 0' l o E? :S UIQ UDB 1929 QIDIHUB THE FACULTY .FI ' t a O 95: ...... ...... . .... ..... . :aa . ' . lf? E2 :ft:x:1:I!.-as we 1929 were I mari: 2 . 2' 2 I: bl - FZ a I c gg Cf' .D 4 3-r ' m 12 pn siafrpiia Q si' 2 . 1 ' . gg If Q- " Q ai- n Q Th F I 5 5, e acu ty cl l I Q M P. K. HARMON, Principal .......,.,....A....,,......... Mathematics :Z 1,1 ELIZABETH DOMINICK ..A... , , ...A... , , ..,.4...A., , ....... English Ib ' T 24 SUDIE DENNIS .........,4.AA...........,..,........, Mathematics g in ' . P bt JULIA KIBLER ...............,.. ....,..........,......... L Ufln Q cl MRS. R. H. SWITTENBERG ,....,. . . . ..,...... Mathematics and.English S E A LILLIAN KIBLER .....................,,..,...... History and Civics m ANNIE LEE YOUNG ..............,.,....... I ...,.. French and English. E -I MARION JONES .................... Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics Q 2 MILDRED LIVINGSTON ..,..........,........ 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I4 on rn :J 5 cl , QI V I1 wp or cl X1 2 41 L, yn If 'I P 3 aw -fe I ll 3 X a e euenteen !!'F'Y,,,,!!l!F!'!!-,--!!!!!!5f?f 0 0 0 6 u o s o 0 o 0 0 0 9 Wy' A i rl: dl 2 cl 5 SI 55 M cl ll E tl i Z: wa Ei 91 S! 91 ffsx, V I 1.0-ac Wg, ' L Y2Y2Y.13Y.'K" Ghz 1929 marie 'Li'1Y1Y.Y2 - Semor Class MOTTO Excelszor COLORS Green and Gold FLOWER Rose OFFICERS President Vice Preszdent Secretary and Treasurer Poet Lawyer Prophet WALTER NEEL MARY BOULWARE MILDRED HIPP MARY BOULWARE JOHNSON HAGOOD CLARY PAULINE CLARY H zstorzan CLASS POEM When we turn our faces backward To scan the work we ve done It seems but only yesterday That work was scarce begun Four happy years have passed and gone ,Years full of work and play And as these years pass rn revxew We relwe them day by day The acguamtancg that rn Freshman year Was of a SIIVEIY hue Has rrpened wrth the passmg months Into frxendshxp strong and true The second year we showed the class Was est by every test The wxs om of the Sophomores Was more than just a jest Our Jumor year was full of dreams And castles rare we made We thought so proudly of the txme When we d be Sgnors grave And now that we are Semors In dear Newberry Hxgh Our feelxngs are not all of Joy For we must say good bye We wxsh to grve our teachers all And supermtendent too Our assurance of hearty frrendshxp And wrshes good and true 'Q May the class of nmeteen twenty nme Grow nobler every day, And pledge nts loyalty to thee. , Dear Hxgh School, alway' Page Ezghteen O 'D lb D 9 0 I o 1 I o IND .5 0 U ID fi EE -be w .L , ,.,., ..., ,. ,,,,,, , .....t... ,il l..L,Lrf-f' vZ3A,,,.l-L-Y! IQ ll - W II z 'R ' ei E 'af' : K A I " :I '." I . T M ....,..,..s 4 ,,..... T ....,...,...,........ t . I 5 In .................................. ' 1 ......................................... :A ...........,...................... EDNA iBEACHAM .....,...,.............................. , , In L ........ Q ........,....,................ I x I' e + ' ll . F F fi f 1 . , Q: u .ars 1 T T f If F -TE, . I , ig . I, :ygt p ' 1 A R ..l'Y-15 at 4 ' ' y,,y y . -. r ' y ' yt g q ' T 4 7 RIVER! Za ? li FR7bil7fH7R5 R ? li F5335 7 ix 16 dlibe 1929 flDranIe CECIL ABRAMS "All women admire great meng I feel proud of myself." Cecil's good-natured smile, laughing eyes and genial appearance have won for him many friends among the ladies and his fellow students. He has made a good record in his studies and shines especially in history. All the boys are jealous of Cecil because he was chosen the hand- somest boy in the class, but here's hoping that he will make even a greater success in later life. ELISHA ABRAMS "A little nonsense now and then. ls cherished by the wisest men." Elisha has been an earnest and faithful worker. and his willingness to help his fellow students has won numerous friends for him. Elisha has a serious way of looking on life but also has the ability to see and enjoy the bright side. His application of purpose, and fairness make him a friend that can be relied on. May success crown your efforts, Elisha. RUBY BANKS "Of all the joys I am able to read, Being in love is the best of all." Ruby is very funny and modest, but as a friend she is ever ready to lend a helping hand. Her personality, her kindness and her loyalty have won for her many admirers. All she needs is a "pat" on the shoulder. and she'll succeed in any task that she might undertake. Go to it. "Tango," we are pulling for you. EDNA FRANCES BEACHAM "Here's to the girl with a heart and smile That makes the bubble of life worth while." Edna has a jolly happy-go-lucky disposition which can be seen at a glance for her blue eyes denote a wit of fun and frolic. She is very serious when working and never shirks her duty. The more one knows her the more one desires her friendship, for she is the kind of girl who is a real pal at all times. We know her future will be filled with success. joy, and happiness. Page Nineteen Page Twenty dtbe 1929 ilbracle MAUDE BLEDSOE "Light hair and fair complexion, To all things that Maude does we have no objection." Maude is a friendly and good-natured "chap" -never worries, just takes life as it comes and goes. Her winning personality and jolly dis- position have won for her scores of friends. We shall always remember Maude whether it be for her blue coat or her merry eyes, but we all agree that she's a pal worth having. MABEL BOOZER "A good disposition and a friendly heart." Mabel, otherwise known as "Fatty," has a personality that wins many friends for her. She is among our girl athletes and is a jolly good sport on every occasion. When everyone is in turmoil, Mabel acts as an equilibrant, for noth- ing ever disturbs the even tenor of her way. We all wish for her the greatest success in life. CHARLES BOWERS "A jolly, unselish personality Is the greatest gift of all." Charles is a worthy friend and a true gentle- man. It would be hard to Gnd a better pal. He seems to feel good at all times and has a way of passing the fun and sunshine on to the other fellow. His friends are many. and his enemies do not exist. Charles has the ability and perseverance that is bound to win, and we predict a happy future for him. MARY BOULWARE "No one has done her duty until she has done her best." Mary is ever-willing to work and it seems that her willingness is well demonstrated by the fact that she came about nine miles every day to school. She is very studious and lets noth- ing interfere with her studies. She has a gentle disposition and many friends that will continue to help her along life's pathway. Ghz 1929 fiDratlz ELIZABETH BOYLSTON "Happy am I: from care I am free: Why aren't they all content like me?" Elizabeth has been with us four years and has proven herself a true friend and student. She is very quiet and reserved, and our class would not be complete without her. She never worries and is always ready to lend a helping hand. Should she decide to go to college or should she agree to do something else. we wish her the best of success. ELIZABETH CHANDLER "Her world is ever joyous." "Boober" is one of our most popular class- mates. always smiling and ready to help others. Her winning personality and good disposition have widened her circle of friends. Although not very fond of studying, she is a good student. All "Boober's" friends and classmates hope that she may always have the greatest success in life. PAULINE CLARY "Never let pleasure interfere with studies." Pauline has only been with us three years, but we feel as if she has always been a member of our class. She is always in demand because of her willingness to help. After finishing high school she plans to go in training and we are sure she will succeed in that or anything else she undertakes. GRIFFIN COLEMAN "One who never turned his back, but marched breastforward on." GriBin's happy-go-lucky manner and winning personality has endeared him to his classmates. He loves his fun and believes in having it, but aside from this he has other traits of character. His determination and "grit" is shown by his work on the football field. It matters not how far into the future we may go, we shall never forget him. Page Twenty-one l Page Twenty-two fltbe 1929 Sbraclc LILLIE RAY CROMER A'lVork, study, love: but the greatest of these is love." Although "Lil" is in love, you never find her lacking in her studies. She is friendly to the girls but to only one boy. We would feel lone- some without her, for she is always willing to help in any way she can. Best wishes and good luck, Lillie. JOHNSON HAGOOD CLARY "A smile for all, a greeting glad A lovable, jolly way he had." 'AFoots," with his stentorian voice, command- ing figure, and attractive personality is a fellow never to be forgotten. His dialogues with the teachers are an unfailing source of entertainment for the rest of the class. He gets a lot of study- ing done when quiet, but when life gets too serious he just slights his English notebook and doesn't worry. Although we can't predict your life work, "Foots," here's wishing you success. RUTH FEAGLE "True friends are like jewels, precious and rare." Ruth is a living proof of the old quotation that true friends are like jewels, for her friend- ship is a thing worth while. Her greatest horror is getting fatter, We do not know what Ruth's career will be, but with her straightforwardness and sincerity it cannot be other than a useful and happy one. MARGARET FULLER "Her virtues are many, her faults are few: And to her friends she is loyal, faithful, and true." Although Margaret has not been with very long, it seems as if she has always been a member of our class. Her good nature, her love of fun, and her unselfishness have won her many friends. Her jolly smile and sweet face will be greatly missed in the classroom and on the cam- pus. The better one knows Margaret, the more charming she becomes. iltbe 1929 Qlbrarle KATHLEEN LU GILLIAM "You can betcha', we're glad we mercha' You can betchaf we won't forgetcha'." "Kat" came to Newberry "Hi" after a stay in Virginia. She is very friendly and is always ready to share in the school activities. After graduation she is planning to go in training at Washington. Maybe she'll become head nurse. We are prophesying a great future for her. GILBERT GOODMAN "Give to the world the best you have, And the best will come back to you." "Snit" has achieved great success as a student. He has a big heart and is always ready to help his friends and hasn't an enemy in the world. ln him we have a gentleman, a true friend, and a boy who possesses the elements of success. As we part we whisper, "May Dame Fortune ever smile on you. but never her daughter Miss Fortune." MILDRED HIPP "Her smile shows her happiness Her friends her popularity." "Sunshine" has won the friendship of all by her friendly smile and lovely disposition. Her chief joy is found in making others happy. For three years she played on the girls basketball team and has always exhibited a great deal of "Hi" spirit. We feel sure that some day she will make our class famous because of her re- nown. CAROLYN LANE 'AHer virtues are many, her faults are few: Ti her friends she is loyal, faithful, and true." Carolyn has always shown kindness and loyalty to her classmates and has endeared herself to all. She is very dependable and conscientious, always doing well her part in the activities of the school. There is some doubt as to what she will do, but we wish her success in anything she attempts. Page Twenty-three Page Twenty-four tithe 1929 i1Dratle NELL LANE "A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, A charm of friendship all the while." With her good humor and fun, Nell wins a place in the hearts of all who know her. Al- though a child of pleasure, she makes a good record in the classroom. She does her part in all we undertake and can always be depended on. We wish her the best that life can give. RUBY LEE LIVINGSTON "A joyful companion is worth gold." Ruby Lee is a true friend, comrade, and a good student, especially in Latin. By her pleas- ing personality and charming manner she has added many to her list of friends. The appreci- ation of her excellent qualities is shown by her many friends, who wish her a long and pros- perous life.- WILBUR E. LONG, JR. "True to his aim, Let others praise or blame." Wilbur has a personality that wins the admi- ration and good will of everyone with whom he comes in contact. He lightens the burdens of others with his cheerfulness. He is very pop- ular with the teachers and students, especially his own class who choose him as editor-in-chief of THE ORACLE. We know he will be successful in life, and when he leaves the high school everyone will miss him. HELEN LOMINACK "To know her is to love her, And her acquaintance is lasting." Although Helen has not been with us very long, she has proven herself a good student. Her winning personality and jolly good disposition will be cherished in our memories. She always looks on the bright side of life and can smile even in time of trouble. Whatever path Helen travels in life, we wish her great success. tithe 1929 iDracle ELTAS MCGRAW "Loyal-hearlecl. strong in mind, A lruer friend you'lI never End." Her unfailing good nature and unselfishness have endeared Eltas to all her classmates. She is always ready to have her fun and to help others have theirs. We must search far and wide before we Hnd one as sincere and kind as Eltas. With her friends she shows plenty of spice and fun though she doesn't lose her gentle manner, Newberry High will miss her. INNIS MIMS "Some say lhe world is made for fun and frolic--so do I." lnnis is endowed with a gift of originality and wit. She possesses a sunny, friendly dispo- sition and can smile when everything goes wrong. A good time is what lnnis looks for and usually has it, too. She studies a little- just enough to "get by." We hate to see her go, but know she will be successful for a sunny disposition is the soul of success. WALTER NEEL "His purposes have forever been To be a real pal and serve his fellowmenf' "l-libbett" is a student whose popularity has been increasing ever since the first day he entered school. He has made an excellent record in oratory. He also has a knack of winning friends and holding them both in and out of the class rooms. Not only was he elected class president but also the most popular member of the class. We cannot help but think of a very bright fu- ture for a student that manifests such personality and stability. PARNELI- OXNER "Thy modesty is u candle lo thy merit." Parnell is the smallest and most conscientious member of our class. She is ever ready to help anyonc in trouble and has won many friends. She is a diligent student and ever seeks after the things in life that are worth while. Although a lover of pleasure she is a hard worker. Yes, success beckons her on. Page Twenty-Hue 'Xt '-D ... K kx- i bk. V 4 lit li I J of 5. - 5 you FE cl H CII ju ki 1 Cv! Q il dll Q1 il o 5 CI sa C-I T ZZ 'I ,I Q4 '43 0 rl dl ju 65 yu Ol 3 Y 0 O , ,,,.. ,,.,.,.,, .,.,. . x O . HQ -i .rg Grin 1929 2lDrHtl2 2!.Yz i u Page Twenty-six GRADY PRICE "Service is what makes life worth while." Grady is a quiet, unassuming fellow and has never been known to smile at a young lady. He is very studious and in the time that he has been with us has done much for his class and the school. We know that some day his wonderful intellect will make all his classmates proud of him, and as he goes out into the world, the best wishes of his many friends will follow him. ETHEL ROBERTSON - "One of the sweetest and most lovable, too, Best hind of a sport and pal true-blue," One of Ethel's prominent characteristics is timidity but her timidity is entirely eclipsed by her more prominent virtues. She is friendly, truthful, studious and loyal. Ethel has not told us of her plans after leaving school, but we are sure that whatever she does she will come through with colors flying. PAUL SCHUMPERT "Look wise and get the benefit of the doubt." Paul is a very dependable student and is will- ing to help his classmates in any way possible. His friendly disposition has won him much popularity among the ladies as well as his fel- low students. Although a favorite among the fair sex, he never neglects his work whether in the class room or outside. Good luck, "Sleepy," LARRY SMITH "Little but loud." "Mush" is a fellow Who sees the sunny side of life. He is a hard worker and always has plenty to say. Although he has not sought honors, he has been a good student, and we shall not forget him. '5 76515 7x Hi '5h?3biiFlH5' R5 il? li 'FIHEIR 'il' X .5 ,J Q4 7 if fi -1 ,ff - Q 1-4 'W if gf . -.X Q, W 4 O lo If O tg 5 It lf ' rib B I 4 ID :Q 11:3 ll o I 52 TD T '4 5 K ll 5 I2 I o I 0 Q 313 I1 0 TID If . fllibe 1929 Ebrarlz VERA DELANCY SNELGROVE "To know her is to love her." DeLancy is the same at all times and is liked and admired by all who know her. Through- out the high school course she has trod the path of hard work with her classmates. She has been a good student and is one of our best all- around girls. Whether "Lanky" teaches or does something else, the love and good wishes of her classmates will always be with her. SARA STONE "fl new comer but a sure riser." Sara has been with us only a short while but has won both knowledge and hearts. She takes things just as they come for better or worse. Although much of her time is spent on her per- sonal appearance. still she is a good student. What the future has in store for her we cannot predict. but probably she will become a stenog- rapher of the highest type. ARTHUR WELLING "He conquers who endures." Arthur is a good student, a hard worker, and, best of all. a true friend. The many activities of high school life were indulged in by him. in which he always did well his part. Although he has never played on any of the teams, he has always been present on all occasions to cheer the team through thick or thin. The line traits that have carried him through high school will help him in later life. ARTHUR WERTS "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." Arthur's good-natured smile has gained for him many friends among his fellow students. He is one of the wittiest in the class. Although we do not know what he will do. we expect great things from him when he leaves school. Page Twenty-seven dtbe 1929 ilDracle Page Twenty-eight SUMMER WISE "As for the women, though we scorn and taunt them, We may liue with, but cannot live without them." Summer has been a very versatile student, for combined in him are the qualities of the scholar, an all-around athlete, a friend and a gentleman. His pleasing personality and genial disposition all who know him. We know not what Sum- mer will choose for his life's vocation, but we wish for him a happy and prosperous future. MASCOT "M ac" have won for him the respect and admiration of, 12? ' ' ., .a if g ' v lf. ,eb . ,.,.. ,.,., ,,,,,,,, . .- ...... ...,.-.-. ,k E522 '52 Y 459' 1929 ZDWUU Kimi 2 'Sal-E' 2-.Y Q ID ,,, e Senlor Class Hlstory N, bl PZ 5 In' 1925, we, a troop of girls and boys with a few guides carefully selected by the scout- m B master, banded ourselves 'together for a cross country hike through the Land of Knowledge. 3 5 using the same old knapsacks and outfits which we had bought during our previous hike of R ,I seven years in a somewhat similar field. i fi dl Before leaving, however, we were all assembled early one morning to hear the wise advice It E of our noble scoutmaster. He urged us ever to lead on forward and higher to that next goal CI four years ahead: yet he warned us of the dangers which would come to us sooner or later. Q m We found the first section of our journey rather difficult. It became necessary for us to Q 21 ' sharpen the dull knives in order that we might cut even to the seeds of this new Latin apple 3 H which we carried as food. The outside part was very bitter with declensions and conjugations, -I but thehcenter was much better. The first hill which lay before us was steep and rough, but E E with the fellow scouts and guides we managed to get over. A few unfortunate ones stopped to Q gig lounge under the Tree of Laziness, or to sit on the stump of Non-Ambition. Beyond we saw bl three more mountains. In the valley below we pitched our camp for three months. M Q Now well marked by years of hardships, we crossed the sparkling stream of "Don't Give E ,I Up" and marched up the valley where we saw our boys win the district championship in basket- Q 5 ball. At this point the winding path of Knowledge led us through the briars of Quadratic Q I Equations. Again and again we were forced to drink of the spring 'of Perseverance to regain the 'Q 5 ambition which we were about to lose. Finally the sqmmit of the second hill was gained. a E Across the hill, we rested in camp for three months, refreshing our weary minds for the Q next lap of the journey. L S: This path was not"'as rough as the previous ones. The roughest place on this path was 6 the great stumbling block of Geometry, but with very hard digging and the directions of the ' R m guides this was removed. At the top of the hill we reached the "Merry Singing" branch which Q' helped to lighten the load. When we scouts had gone only half way we found the way almost a M paved. for the circumstances were much better on account of the equipment of the new school. Q 5 This was an incentivelfor us to work harder and keep up our struggle untilthe end. Finally a 3 the bottom of the third hill was reached and here we pitched camp again for a three months' W 1 rest. One of the guidestook the path of Matrimony during the rest and the scoutmaster had Q C I to search for another. in U 2 After the rest, the scouts and guides started on the last path of the journey, the '5Senior Q 5 Path." Since many of the scouts had decided not to tough it out another year, they went to E 6 summer school and to college. Others remained under the Tree of Laziness. This journey was 3 3 the easiest of the four-the roads were better and the journey was coming to an end. The great m 51 prize at the top of the hill was Diploma, which made every one of us march faster and with S S1 better spirits. At last we arrived at the goal. which would never have been reached had it not Q dl been for the carefully selected guides. For their advice and help we scouts will always bear the I5 r deepest appreciation. Y EE Cl g 2, 9" F6 53 .. R Page Twenty-nine E r 'I "i'r'x' ' ' 'f 'lP'l'f'i'l'l'l'l' ! r ' 'ref ' a av.-,lk 'AIA' IA IIAUIALAIZKYIAUIAV A IA! 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F 'lp 0 w 2 nnllnlnfff 9' lull-an Semor Class Prophecy One hot day in June as I was wandering through some woods I grew tired and sat down beneath a large tree Suddenly a whirlwind dropped thirty seven leaves in a small pile at my feet I remembered that there had been thirty seven members in the class of 29 and I won decided to try and gypsy fashion I picked up the first leaf and held it to the sun Sure enough' There was a miniature picture First I saw Gilbert Goodman He was sitting at the President s desk at Newberry College Next I saw some Japanese boys and girls going to a mission school And who should be the instructors but Ethel Robinson and Mabel Boozer It seemed that they were doing a good work in Japan The next picture was of Carolyn Lane broadcasting over the radio She had at last realized her ambition and was the most famous soprano in America As I held the next leaf to the sun I had to look hard but I finally saw Mary Boulware teaching English at Newberry High' Across the blue sky of the next leaf came an aeroplane' I recognized Paul Schumpert He had just completed a new endurance record with the help of his co pilot who is Elizabeth Chandler the famous avratrrx The eighth leaf showed me exactly what I expected It was DeLancy Snelgrove Cwho had inherited a fortunej on a tour around the world She was crossing the Arabian desert with a very noted sheik as her guide I was a bit puzzled by the next picture. It was of a well'dressed banker walking down a street. I finally saw his face and' it was none other than Wilbur Long, Jr. I decided that I would hold two leaves to the sun to see what would happen. At first nothing appeared, and then a darling little bungalow with a vine-covered porch came to my view. I saw Lilly Cromer on the porch talking to someone. As I caught a glimpse behind the vines, I saw Kathleen Gilliam, the famous actress, who was visiting Lilly and her husband. I was very surprised at the next picture, for I saw Grady Price as a great scientist. was demonstrating some very startling experiments, which he had just completed. As the next leaf was held up, I instinctively knew that I would see a celebrated author. I did! and it was Cecil Abrams. I saw another picture. too, and it was of Summer Wise leaving his ofiice of the "Wise Publishing House." It seems that Summer is printing and publishing Cecil's latest book. ' Although I had thought that Ruby Banks would settle down and maybe teach, I was very much mistaken, for I saw her rushing to work. She is "somebody's stenog" and is very soon to become his "private secretary." ' V I next saw a very large hospital. It was a new enterprise, but had already become a great success under the leadership of Dr. Johnson Hagood Clary. Parnell Oxner was bustling about asserting her authority, for she is head nurse. The next picture told mehthat three more of the girls had gone back to their Alma Mater. Maude Bledsoe, Helen Lominack and Sara Stone were teaching domestic art and science at New- berry High. ' f 5 D is lb 9 'D lf D llb D D 'Q E EE E5 I6 Y Q v! Q wx sv QE- , Q if - xv av 45325 bw ' I M :s yu - ll , I1 5-1 . I . . FZ 'E ' ' ' ' Ib bl' dered whether or not I could read what the years had brought to' each member. Anyway, I .4 ' I 4 .1 1 1 1 . y i . 5, . , . A , . . , A 3 I . . . . I Q r 1 C I 1 1 1 1 1 . I , 1 . . A ' I , 5' . '4 Q I I W 1 ' lr M He -4 -.: D 9' '4 Page Thirty H Y ,a s fs sm: I smmiravmi a 2 a :mera s a as ' ci ,1.. .0N'. . I , sus.. bf' Q bel all 21 ie W C-I in CII M Gil N Gil o .I C I 35 C I 2: Q all if V A I - .... ..,.,-.-.4..- ...... -r..v.'..-.- .-.-.v.-.w.,. -.-.. ,A 'avawa'?N .uv'aw yavwt gi i it i iE.YfS" cbt 1929 mmflz "hike i i i in z i ,Elia . m . N-E 1 The twenty-first leaf showed me Charles Bowers. He certainly looked happy and con- tented, and he had reason to, for he is owner and editor of one of the largest papers of the day. It is rumored that his fortune is fast passing the million mark. I also saw Charles' society editor, I4 who is Ruth Feagle. She is one of the best newspaper women there is, and therefore much in F, demand. As I sat dreaming over the happiness the last leaf had shown me, I unconsciously picked up pg another one. There was Ruby Lee Livingston in one of the most fashionable shops in Paris. .4 Of course she had a French name but just the same, she is the best mannequin there. IW. Gracious! Margaret Fuller in Congress? As I saw her using her power onthe members M of that body, I remembered her convincing powers in high school days. No wonder that she .V- 'has just been reiilected. Q I After finishing high school, Grifiin Coleman took an engineering course. I saw him, in S South America, demonstrating his ability and efficiency as an engineer and in general proving 3 a great help to his government. 3 As we all expected, Arthur Welling is one of Hollywood's foremost directors! I saw , him having lunch with "his leading lady" just before the beginning of his greatest picture. 4 I saw next a white-capped nurse walking briskly down a corridor in one of the largest :iz hospitals in New York. It was Pauline Clary, who had realized her ambition of being head Q nurse. 2 Walter Neel, our class president, came next to my view. He was not a president, but was 1 seated in the Governor's chair in Columbia. He was leisurely talking with one of his friends. l'b The next picture was Innis Mims and Nell Lane. They were leaving their fashionable shop on Fifth Avenue. They had made rapid progress and the shop was patronized by all the ig socially elite. ' 3 In the next leaf, I saw Eltas McGraw in her studio in Philadelphia. She is one of the fg leading photographers there, and is wonderfully successful in her work. .4 When I gazed upon the next picture, I saw a large, modern ranch in the foothills of the Ik Rockies. A cloud of dust approaching proved to be two men on horses. One was Elisha Abrams, the owner of the ranch, and his visitor, Arthur Wertz, a very successful farmer. They L were discussing farm relief. 2 We all knew Mildred I-lipp was interested in athletics. I saw her with a group of girls W going to gym class. She is physical director at Winthrop. 5 Next I saw Larry Smith, a most celebrated lawyer. He had just won the case of a beautiful divorcee. 2 On the thirty-sixth leaf I saw Elizabeth Boylston, adding the profits from her recent novel. 1 She had a very pleased look on her face. 1: As I picked up the last leaf to read it, the sun sank behind a cloud. At the same instant a 5: puff of wind blew the leaf into a stream of water. As the leaf was carried away by the water, I 5' realized that I could not know my own future. Nevertheless, I was satisfied to know that all my classmates were happy and successful. 3 I o .S lb -.5 T ID 5 If ' lab Page Thirty-one 2 ' ' 'r' ' ' ' ! !r'i':'i'rx'ri! ! 'Q' 'rw' ' ! AKUIAUAAVAYVAKUIAUAUAYIAWXIAKUAIIAUA . . M ' - ' , ' K of . x,-Qi H K l g "' -rv we ' gg. - ----. --.f.'.-.4. .-.. .-.., rr.-.--...f. .-. 4 .' .-.-.-.-.. :..' f vavfnwav v"" mv ' nw vavre. i i 1 i i ixilgf' abs 1929 mmm' 'ifeli ibi i i E i -fw- Qvl . IEQ 1 e L CII jug W' ai ,il . . W ll , ,,, Last Wlll and Testament ,us bf' . . - l FZ We, the Semor class of Newberry High School, being of a sane heart, but an unsound CI . . f . . , lb w mind. do feel that the time draws nigh for an inventory of our earthly possessions and for a 1 Z division of the same among ourgassociates. Therefore. before our last examination calls us to 'I the judgment bar of the faculty, we wish to dispose of said possessions- in the followin manner: li' w- ' g . i To our honored superintendent and teachers, our sincere gratitude for the high ideals which '4 -'I they have ever set before us and their constant and sympathetic efforts to guide us along the path ' I of knowledge. It . 5' . 4 To the Junior class the dignity with which we have endeavored to endow our actions, and 2 w encouragement which will be required in the final lap of four years toward that "dip." 4 s To the Sophomore class all our mistakes and blunders, knowing that a word to the wise Q 4 I is sufficient. I' Q S . To the Freshman class, our love and devotion for dear old Blue and White, hoping that Q ,I they will always support our Alma Mater with that Bull Dog tenacity. 'Q 41' To the incoming Freshmen, our mascot Bull Dogg with the fond hope that it will bring WP w them the best luck in their high school career. " Q gl Rilby Banks does hereby will and bequeath to Sara Martin her love for annoying teachers. 2 H Edna Beacham with much reluctance leaves to Edith Eleazer her position as class beauty. 4 0 - I Cecil Abrams, after much consideration, has decided to bestow u on '4'Bob" Kenned his .D 5" it 1 d f if ' P Y "4 ' now e ge o istory. - CI . . . . . . lb 1 Maude Bledsoe desires to leave Sara Tidmarsh her quiet disposition. Q , I ' Q E Mable Boozer wills Genevieve Lominick twenty pounds avoirdupois Cnot as a wagerl. 3 -I hoping that it will never return. ' '- I E J Elisha Abrams bequeaths Marion Graham his boisterous ways and manners, feeling that Q W he will have no further use for them because he has finished high school. 3 0 ' , w O Mary Boulware does hereby will and bequeath to Ella Mae Milam her adoration for Cl - - ID 1 , English, hoping that she lead her class. 7 ,AI Charles Bowers desires to leave to Lewis Blalock his knack of evadin detection. I4 21 g fb E Elizabeth Boyleston resolves to bestow upon Helen Derrick her knack 'of talking rapidly Q b and arguing Cbehind teachers' backj. 4 I . . G - Elizabeth Chandler leaves to Dorothy Bryson her melodious voice. ' 5 br . . . U4 g "Foots" Clary does bequeath to Pelham Hamilton his model demeanor and studious ways. 5 5 Pauline Clary wishes to leave to Elizabeth Holt her inevitable lunch box Cfullj. E C' Lillie Cromer does bequeath to Ruth Mims her romantic temperament. "9 Q Summer Wise, realizing the value of being able to speak extemporaneously, wills his great L S oratorical power to William Brooks. Q 0 , I 0 A Ruth Feagle does hereby leave with many a fond memory to Annie Laurie Monts her gum. Q il . . . . I1 ,I hoping that it smacks as good and lasts as longkas it did for her. W Q O 5 Margaret Fuller bequeaths to Eleanor Dominick her ability to flirt, hoping that she will Q not let the art deteriorate. j 91. . '16 dll ll! 5 Page Thirty-two E! ' ""l ! ! - ',!'-Q' Ft! !!!"!t!,' g!.i'QiL A . :hiv IA vs vhulslvhuzsv AV IA v fu A 1 A vs . Qt ,fly .. - mv ,- 1 Q A ,, ..-. ,,,., ,,,,,,,, . .- ...... ......... ,Q fs. - - - Q YW 75411 ' A W xv A V -711 :fuf,:fss':x::s:':ws- W 1929 WU' 'ea'--iii f I I i cl ID in U' 2 Grady Price, after much deliberation, desires to leave to Roy Whitaker his active brain, I ' Cl which has been of great service to him, trusting that it will not cease to function in its new bl realm. 5 S Kathleen Gilliam wills to Louise Harmon her permanent wave. 2 E Mildred Hipp does hereby will and bequeath to Sara Tqole her "sunshine." Q S: Paul Schumpert 'leaves to Bennet Clary one foot of his height and the reputation of doing E ' nothing splendidly. . ' I S Carolyn Lane bequeaths to Frances Davis her limited vocabulary of French, hoping that ' 6 M she will be able to get by with as few words as she has. Q if Nell Lane desires to leave to her friend, Margaret Bishop, her timidity and knack of asking E ' ' ' f rder ' A. questions out o o . , Q Larry Smith tearfully donates to "Pete" Coleman his ability for arguing and chewing gum. a a- -4 Ruby Lee Livingston does hereby will and bequeath to Bland Timmerman her love for 9 S geometry. x 6 bl Helen Lominack desires to bestow upon Caroline Callison her ability in expression. Q all lb Gilbert Goodman bequeaths to James Dickert his Latin ability, hoping that he may be W 3.1 , , I6 gi able to read Virgil with pleasure. is m Eltas McGraw wills to Virginia Nesley her love for summer school. 'Q 5 Innis Minis, being of sound mind, wills and bequeaths to Jane Goodman her ability in g ,I athletics. I Q 5 Griflin Coleman, after careful consideration, has resolved to donate to "June" Wise his a F curly, red hair. , -' Q , . -I Parnell Oxner leaves Rachel Mower her love for studying. A b' Ethel Robertson wishes to bestow upon Brantly Johnstone her extensive knowledge of Q Z physics. V e E 3 Arthur Welling., after deep meditation, leaves to Duncan Johnson his ability for asking I6 -I teachers numerous embarrassing questions. 3 M DeLancy Snelgrove wills and bequeaths to Cathrine Spearman her quiet disposition. Q 5 Sara Stone: after much hesitation, has finally decided to leave to Rosine Wilson her delib- E S1 eration before replying. I4 Q Wilbur Long. Jr., bequeaths to William Lyles his winning ways and dignified manners. sl I i Q I Arthur Werts, after carefully considering the matter, decides to will to Ralph Whitaker his 5 Q ability for concentrating in French class. 5 E Walter Neel desires to leave his popularity and osculatory ability to James Clary. 3 cl "' S , J , 2 7- a 4 ' -' ' 2: L: W if - . Q . 51 J 3 31 a -le 1 V - 1 lb "' lv Q Page Thirty-three ' Q .f-xv:-wwwiiiuuwu'!I,l!lili"!"'! T? . :1 V 4 '- ' - '- ' ' t 1 , A I Alvbsiv IA v A IMWAQJAGU IAS' Aiv IA vfmfvfex v A .ei Q mf' J A. 6 VG' 'Ng s QUJB 1929 QDUHEIB Page Thirty-four How WELL DO You KNOW YOUR FRIENDS? is 4 YS M11 22.2 H ? gr: 5 az 5 - ei bl' ln... .4 S" In . ,I 6 P' + I lllll ig 3 4 Ig I Tw Q Q 1 Vu! a . . 'Q -L ' Y 2,2 xi X 2: 1 N 55, .4 M6525 , E bil I ' ' iimufa l FE W' 3 5 1 H ' Q X F n F' -ll I ' , ,H XJ , 5 m ' "1 kk' L Nu ,',N A x Q -ll f A -M . Ag , ,. ,. R E ,':z,m ,m4 I I i s I, . .4 Cl f"f'w,, h ' . E. 5" ' I4 0 I Y , gs as 5' W4 25 . 3 5 w 4' as 5' I4 4' 'E 23 W 'Q gg R Page Thirty-five M 91 Q IK i Zx vhwiv I3 v li imvblufi vki ik V Ai via ifa 7 E 5 Hifi I pm Si! M E 51: as E A S7 ?J 3 QI 5' - In 5' D gg S5 g gf gpg an QL Junior Class OFFICERS BRANTLEY J OHNSTONE ...A.. ,,........,..A.,. CLARENCE COLEMAN ....,..............,.. AUGUSTA MCGREGOR . . .6 ............ . . . ADAMS, MATTHEW ADAMS, THORNWELL AMICK, CARL AMICK, ORIN BLAIR, CARRIE BLALOCK, LEWIS BOOZIER HELEN BOUKNIGHT SARA BOUKNIGHT VASCOE BRYSON DOROTHY BUZHARDT CLAUDE CLARY BENNET CLARY OWEN COLEMAN CLARENCE CROMER EDNA DARBY DERRELL DAVIS FRANCES DERRICK HELEN DIIVORE MARY DICKERT JAMES ELEAZER EDITH EVANS COLIE GRAHAM MARION HALFACRE ELISE HAMILTON PELHAM HARMON LOUISE HARRELL HARRIETTE MEMBERS HILL MARY HIPP MARION HUMPHRIES MARY EVA HUTCHINSON JAMES Page Thxrty sxx JOHNSON, MARY JOHNSTONE, BRANTLY JONES, LILLIAN KENNEDY, JAMES LANE, E. M. LYLES, WILLIALI MCGREGOR AUGUSTA MARTIN SARA MAYER MAZIE MILAM DERONDA OSWALD RUDOLPH PAYSINGER NELL PELHAM BRANTLEY REAGIN ROBERT SCHUMPERT HELEN SEASE MARGARET SENN CLARENCE SHANNON EUNICE SHEELY ELIZABETH STONE HARRY SWINDLER JUANITA TIDMARSH SARA TIMMERMAN BLAND TIMMERMAN MABLE VAUGHN RALPH WALLACE HASKELL WEBB KILGO WHITAKER RALPH WHITAKER ROY WILLIAMS DAVID WILSON ROSINE WISE CLARENCE lm SA N O Jiv Q.. 'af' VA v V A ' "EEL ilali iii ig ...I.,,.....PreS:dent . . . . . .Vice-President . Secretary- Treasurer L MQ lib T If S :S '4 lib In IID M fb 7 -I4 I D UD 5 9 'S i 'D T If D D 1 1 I an f 9 ,y , me , , F tr 1 9 ', I , ,S , , 1 M Y Y I , 1 I , ' Q . Y Y I cv a..A.z :R 5 I . . 7 ' I9 iiiiliiiiililiiiiliiiiliiiwff-N IK i Alvhdv I3 v A ikvbxlvhivki ik v IA vhdifa v ix ' Info? isa' 'rx ffflf' Iv The 1929 2DrurIe JUNIORS Puqv Thiriu-x n The 1929 fiDrarlz hirlq ulzht .IUNIORS .1 fi o. 1 oi 1, 0. 1 sa Q. 'V is 91 1 OA 1 0 11 Q, O1 Cx Q. as Q C 0 i gr - .1 1 0 f o 1 0 l O f Q C sll W A I ip I? i f I t j igs' fllffn his .A """A, sopuomonns 'D D ID ci f D ! 0 ll E22-f2i!2Y.'?35 Qtbz 1929 HDrHtl2 iggxiklfalfiwiflflf. li 0 m H ll ,I 5: FZ W' 51 I 1 , I Q it I4 I 7 I v- n -f 55 T 1 7 5' ' I6 ' A 5 5 X l y Qi L ru ' ' , -' -- 'K 'i A X. 4 gi X , 9' fig .Oi l 1 Y! - km' yy ' N P yn fi 1 lg X 9 n . Ns, Q, i 4 I 0 NP 4 -y wk--' -rl P y A116 wx I wx s ya Q 1 IHYYI. . 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A l nn n Sophomore Class ABRAMS WILLIE ADDY FRANK ALEWINE MARION BECKAM STELLA BICKLEY HELEN BISHOP MARGUERITE BOLLINGER WILLIE MAE BOOZER FRANCES BROOKS WILLIAM BUPORD WILLIAM BUZHARDT BOYD CALLISON CAROLINE CHAPPELL HELEN CLARY JAMES COOK MARY VIRGIL COTHRAN JANIE LOU CROMER WALTER CRUMP LUCILE DARBY EVERETTE DARBY JAMER DICKERT RUBY DOMINICK ELEANOR DORRITY, EMILY DORRITY, EVA FULMERQ EULA RAE FULMER, LIZZIE GLENN, BERA GOLDEN, ADELLE GREEN, CLYDE HAWKINS, FRED JACKSON, HELEN JOHNSON, DUNCAN JONES, MARY FRANCES KINNEY, ELLEN KOON, PEARL I LAYTON, HAROLD LEELER, JUANITA LIPSCOMB LAWRENCE LIPSCOMB NELLE LOMINACK GENEVIEVE LOMINACK WALTER LONG FRANK WILSON MARTIN CAROLYNE MILAM ELLA MAE MILLER WALTER MOONEY MARGARET MONTS WALTER MORRIS FRANCES MCDONALD ELIZABETH MCCAUGHRIN LAURA NANCE NESLEY VIRGINIA NORRIS GEORGE NORRIS WILLIAM PARKMAN IRA PAYSINGER GERALD POPE THOMAS HARRINGTON RABB MARJORIE RICHARDSON ALICE RINGER MARJORIE SAMPLE, SARA SPEARMAN, CATHERINE STONE, MARY FRANCES SUBER, ELIZABETH SUBER, JAMES SUMMER, JAMES SUMMER, WILLIAM SWINDLER, KATHRYN SWINDLER, MAUDE SWITTENBERG, SARA TARRANT, MARION THOMPSON, EDNA TURNER, PAULINE WAITS, NELLIE WAY, GEORGE WIGHTMAN. CARRIE Page Forty K 'an wi ' 1 'SW ' E171 Y F., ,, 'If ' '0'.Cf'3 ,yu , il D D D 'D D ID D 2 0 1 O 3 1 ID 6 EQ Y! Y! Q Y my , .,,., .,.,..,. .. ...... ...,..,.,.,,,.,., . Y t Y AY fx, :I Q' :af vi , ' I ef af- 3 , ' :4 CE I ' lv -I ' ' E2 bl ' ' Q .I ' I ' P :Y w A I K I f , I'- qb lv PI IS EE -I4 1 I Q 7 ,I II4 'I P '5 ZR FHS YS 7 li FRFFAFIZG 135 il 5' R 752435 7 ii A Ks. 1929 EDracle " 'iwxTo'CV27fl 1 3 'N fffvf Ny X Q 6 Q08 'L 1 1 THE SOPHOMORF C1Ass C 0 I irl mu 9 5? GSX VX a m Y. .. I X Q Page Forty one !.xNL.,vQ. J, ax W, Q VD D o IID I3 lc 'X o E5 if ms ii ISD MQ an t ' SY Q 5' - fs Qtbe le T C 'N f C T all' 41 K' 259' ,Q lj! L 1 A ' A' M V w : 0 ' 1' . , .R f , ' s up ZS Q' 3 ll U4 X al P Lg lr lg yn A A I if sl I1 1-1: m :I K 0 ' ' ' 'T 1 " fi ' P , Q f A 3' . iA3ff1ii3 .1,,'.,3i , A Li -x , A ,, - , v I mln af ,r , Y' . i , Q' -TQ." 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VERNA MAE ATTAWAY, LULA MAE BERRY, VIDALIA BICBY, KATHRYN BILLINGS, RUTH BISHOP, VERSA MAE BODIE, EUC.ENIA BODIE, GENELLE BOYLE, EVELYN BRADFORD, JUANITA CALDWELL, MARGARET CONNELLY. MARJORIE CORLEY, VERDIE CROMER, CARRIE CROOKS, ARIE DAVIS, LOIS DAVIS, MARGARET DEAN, RUTH Page Forty-four A ' I I I. f-I-RC7,,: I, . . A Freshman Class DENNIS, NAOMI IIOY, RUBY CAUSE, BEATRICE GOODMAN, JANE GRADDICK. GENEVA I-IIPP, CORNELIA HIRE. IRENE HOLT, ELIZABETH HUEEMAN, ELIZABETH JONES, MARY ALYCE JONES, MAZIE JONES, SARAH KOON, FANNIE LONG, ELIZABETH MCMURRAY, MARY BELLE MAEEETT, JULIA MERCHANT, ANNIE MIMS, RUTH MONTS, ANNIE LAURIE MORRIS, LEONE , J '53 -QQ Ulf? ss C2 L Y ,E 23 313 MOWER, RACHEL NEELY, CAROLYN PADOETT. LILLIAN PERRY, KATHRYN RILEY, WINIFRED SANDERS. ELENE SCHUMPERT. CLAUDIA SENN, RUTH SMITH, EUNICE SMITH, EVELYN SPARKS, CHRISTINE THOMAS, IRIS TOOLE, SARA TURNER, INZA WERTS, FRANCES WESSINOER, MILDRED WHITAKER, ELIZABETH WIER, ELEANOR WILLIAMS, KATHRYN 1xiEl5IH'5if fi? R WH? 5 '5 QR. VV L S4 R! 4. 5 '4 -Sf K L, 'I AA., U J la I I4 IK TD 0 B I o 5 R Fi W SS .Yo L '3 II Q H3 rv 5-1 ID II mv H6 I 'I LQ" 'Lf , vw- -. , , S 3 ' . A . , ' ' : ' 'E' I I . . I L 1 .WJ fi . 'Lj.L,,,- -............... I Jug! I I I, I ' 7' I - ' 'O"'N""""3-----"""""R" 1' GDB 1929 QDIHEIB ,I . ,I 'I QI QI if ' I ' I QI .1 1 II QI I I I AI I FII .Q V ' I5 PI QE ADRAAIS, CEVORIII1 BOIII.wARI2. PAI'I, A5 CARISON. EDWARD CARIIR. SIxII'I'II A4 CIARI1 ROY , W CROAIIQR. EIIOIQNIQ ni CROMFR . HAYNE . DIYVORIE. ROY DORR ITY, T051 VARROW. PARKS Freshman Class .IOIINSON OSCAR .IOIINSTONIQ TOAIAII' KILOORI2. XVILTON LANE. I?I,OI'D l,OAIINAciR, ROBIIRT I,OxIINAciK. WIIIIAAI MARTIN. DORRIS MQCRACRIN. EDWARD MONROYE. CLAUDI2 MOORE. XVILSON RINIIIQR. CARI. RO'I'IIROciR. GI-ORcIIf SAMIHLIQ. IiL'cII4NI2 SI2'I'zI,I2R, CARI. SIIIQAIAQ FRANK TIIOMASSON. RICIIARIJ TIIOIRIIASON, IEDIQAR 'I'OI,III2R'I'. ROI' TOAIIHRINS. S'I'ANI.IfI' WISBD. IISROI' I. VULMIZR. JAIHHS IXIORRIS. CLAUDIE VJHIfffI.IfR. .IAMFS Y f GOLDEN. CIIARLIIE OXNIQR. ALLEN XVICKER. ,THOMAS f t HALFIXCRIE. WALDO PARKMAN, CLYDE XXVILLIAMSON, KIBIJYR 1 IJALLIUAN, HARRH' PURCFLL. JIS! XVISE, XVIILIAM A INABINIET, OLIN RFAVES. GLEN 53 -'1 xf , VE . 1 N5 sa, use -I Q5 N?-is Pago Forly-Hur s wws..--H ,.., ,, , - ,, -3 S . 5 Y- '----ff'-7-3 -- f-W -Y -ff ff' O-Ny---V--"4'1iv-'V+' f-: "SQ 1 I i Xomzfmwb-5 ivy, 4, I 5 ,- g V- V . iw I'-I-ed fa W 1 ' , -' i X4 I ' C 1 ' 5 his I -kv-, Qsx'-,M '04Q. ,49Q'XQx. . '- .- 'l'-- 'If . - - ,Q ' 'V' --LW'-' 'wfi' '- ff - R . x , . ' e S .:v.. ,N , . . M imma.-r31:g,.a " . 'K , , :l.f.g,,gnm5m,.,, A. h5-wiv.,-.,,,.mfQ,'CgL,' x kiwi -. Q Y. L. , k .mzfmm .UQ 'Y Y O "U I C 'b I5 "6 W 'K O ? YS 2 . g igav EIS .V ...,A . . .I .... . 22 A ta A'--- Q ., Q -gl 2 if A! ' i ' Q gegffv 1 ' , M - 3 Q ffl gy 1 S21 fu L XY S , if F 'f 5 W- W W W , A C ' 'E X. Al A '-L' ', X-WM I A96 f W' L cl At "-5' ll 5 IYW9 5 .., , '4 5 W A "5 is 1, f xg 5' J' '4 GAN ' gm 1 ATI 0 :S ff E 5 :E P as aye Forty- Q . :R- ' 'Fw . lx! v R :R .l',! ' valvliqm- . i R ' . v. R ' . ifigtgr 3 .P"'? "N mmw ,.1.: 1 mn.. nrv. 2 A A- 1 , fi H 1 E10 ' ' 1 .315-Sim iii' A:,S.g,..-4,4.,L.LL: ' 'f , V3 ' 1 x lv 7 3. K Y , Q5 I I I Q . 3 , T? 1 , A -Y 1, 4 I, ' If Q" 4' .' ' i I.,-'a . Q 1 i fix, Af ,A QI 4 IL L it , Y i , f' If - 1 .j +2 1 in X. fd 'A 'IIA I i A 5,1 The Better Enghsh Club 5, , A 3 fl MOTTO: To do our hes! al all limes A 5 Y II . . . ,E 5? COLORS? Pmk and Whue FLOWER: Swear Pea .Q - 1' - H H N WA. A -5 OEEICERS Jef I INNIS MIMS , , , , . . . , President A 1.2 NELL LANE I . . Vice-Prvsidenl Y' PAULINE CLARY , I . . Secrclary and Treasurer if-fi KA I V. , MEMBERS ig Q BANKS, RUBY HIPP. MILDRED if I 1-Q BEACHAM, EDNA LANE, CAROLYN U3 I i BLEDSOE, MAUDE LANE. NELL 5 BOOZER. MABEI. LIVINGSTON, RUBY LEE fr I BOULWARE, MARY LOMINACK, HELEN gr ' t BOYLESTON, ELIZABETH MCGRAW, ELTAS .R Mi, CHANDLER, ELIZABETH MIMS, INNIS H ,2 CLARY. PAULINE OXNER, PARNELL '34, , Qi CROMER. LILLIE ROBERTSON, ETHEL U13 5 Q3 FEAGLE, RUTH SNELGROVE, DELANCY --qv ,B FULLER, MARGARET STONE, SARA A GILLIAM, KATHLEEN MISS DOMINICIQ 715- W1 fr ""' ' '92 fx Page Forlg-nine L, A 5 N 6' mi I HN IQAQ JEAQ GDB 1929 HDIZHEIB Q E I THE CLASSICAL CLUB The Classical Club OFFICERS WII.BUR LONG , . ..,.....l .,.. F irsr Consul MILDRED HIPP ,........ . . . Second Consul RUBY LEE LIVINGSTON .,.. I...4 Q uaesror WALTER NEEL ,..........4. ...I,.,...,,. . . . Censor MOTTO: "Nil sine numine" COLORS: Ostrum er Aurum EMBLEMi S. P. Q. R. Page Fifty V CII yup 'WY Q Q ' nnllll.l'f "' l-l-ll sv D 'TE xr! S! 9 sf uv wif- sibracle' yg wg L xv QYQQYQE1 I I I ...eh - - v , The Classlcal Cl b C, ' , ,l v Q MEMBERS SV f T . Y 0 I 1 v X , ' Q ' I x I kr - 5 ws , ' ' , A sv T ' - ' 7 a- . , -4 -: I I C 0 ' I 0 Sn , , I IQ 1 , I -- , P' F ' ' EZ I I P F 'f R 5' rg I S1 I 1 4 i 0 55 21 Cl 2: 91 SE 91 5:9112 'sl' BOOZER MABEL BOULWARE MARY GOODMAN GILBERT HIPP MILDRED LIVINGSTON RUBY LEE LONG WILBUR NEEL WALTER PRICE GRADY WELLING ARTHUR WISE SUMMER BLAIR CARRIE BOOZER HELEN BOUKNIGHT SARA BRYSON DOROTHY CROMER EDNA DERRICK DICKERT, JAMES DEVORE, MARY HALFACRE, ELISE HILL, MARY HUMPHRIES, MARY EVA JOHNSTONE, BRANTLEY MCGREGOR, AUGUSTA PELHAM, BRANTLEY SEASE, MARGARET SHEELY, ELIZABETH TIDMARSH, SARA P. TIMMERMAN, BLAND ALEWINE, MARION TOOLE, SARA TURNER, INZA WERTS, FRANCES WHITARER, ELIZABETH HELEN WERTS, MISS LILY BICKLEY HELEN MCCAUGHRIN LAURA N DICKERT RUBY GREEN CLYDE LAYTON HAROLD WIGHTMAN CARRIE MORRIS FRANCES PAYSINGER GERALD POPE TOM SUBER ELIZABETH ATTAWAY LULA MAE BIGBY KATHRYN BILLINGS RUTH BODIE EUGENIA BODIE GENELLE CONNELY MARJORIE CROMER, CARRIE GAUSE, BEATRIBE GRADDICK, GENEVA HIPP, IRENE HOLT, ELIZABETH HUFFMAN, ELIZABETH JOHNSTONE, TOMMY KOON, FANNIE LONG, ELIZABETH MAEEETT, JULIA A MONTS, ANNIE L. MOWER, RACHEL SANDERS, EOLINE SCHUMPERT, CLAUDIA ' BISHOP, VERSA MAE KIBLER, MISS JULIA LIVINGSTON, MISS MILDRE MAE D Page Fifty-one Fi 'G FS 7517 YA 7 R ?H7b1l7h'R7R5 ix 3 ,R VIRGIR 7 ii I 4 - 0 S E5 H 3 uv uv if F3 1 I6 nv Q1 Y -M' x 3 ,- ,, I' V370 gf: G I. ff ,X-.P A L, f , Y zf 2+ X1 gg K 1 ll ' I I " gf if C O I r fl Q 1 -I 0 I' 45 if Il .- 1 E1 y I QU ll ' Il 0 '- ww w- -U, 4, , ff,AA7ifAIYO?CII.,'. S52 4512 19 29 2lDtHtl2 ggi Q YE Entre Nous Club PAULINE CLARY, President LA DIEVISIM l..AfHbl'Il-OH n'a pas de repos LA FLEUR: Fleur de lis LES MEMBRES BANKS, RUBY BEACHAM, EDNA BLEDSOE, MAUDE BOYLESTON, ELIZABETH CHANDLER, ELIZABETH CLARY, PAULINE CROMER, LILLIE FEAGLE, RUTH FULLER, MARGARET LANE, CAROLYN LANE, NELL GILLIAM, KATHLEEN LOMINACK, HELEN MCGRAW, ELTAS Page Fifty-two MIMS, INNIS OXNER, PARNELL ROBERTSON, ETHFL SNELGROVE, DELANCY STONE, SARA ABRAMS, CECIL ABRAMS, ELISHA BOWERS, CHARLES CLARY. JOHNSON COLEMAN, GRIFFIN SCHUMPERT, PAUL SMITH, LARRY WERTS, ARTHUR MISS YOUNG ,IX . 35513 3 33 353513133 R3 R 3 fi 35335 3 XX A 0.9 L 1,1 T6 U ,I 3 j ,I IQ 4 , '71 f YI l ,O -TQ 4.1 'Yi' II L, Q7- O x I3 E 'D E IE -we N4 no li FZ :S IIQ IID U6 4 . I , .. I A-, i 1 2 .. C' f' ,f- 'S 4' , I L , Q 'Q QL Q. 'Q C e I A 1 I V ll K 9, if, ' I .A ,I 4, it Q' - YN ' bf- 95 , CQ, r P' K i ,L f Q L 1' Yr i 4 N, 'W ly K r " 51" 2: '- ggi ', 1 LZ Q-. I vvyrsl , .. I--,I tx' T ff.. I, . 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Y ! - ' -'Q A , I ' A Tir- I: I :ri 0 ,Oq 4 NJ A a Ghz 1929 iibtafle 31 53 Ififru - fu ur THE GLEE CLUB S9 C8 rwiw je fo ,4'l - I m 2:1 22 2' H T EI SI F1 yn Gil E ,,,,-W. 4Ehz1929EDraclz f--,,-.I-I. Miss MARION JONES BRANTLFY JOHNSTONE The Glee Club MEMBERS Pzamst BANKS RUBY BEACHAM EDNA BLEDSOE MAUDE BOOZER MABEL BOULWARE MARY BOYLESTON ELIZABETH CHANDLER ELIZABETH CLARY PAULINE CROMER LILLIE RAY FEAGLE RUTH FULLER MARGARET GILLIAM KATHLEEN HIPP MILDRED LANE CAROLYN LANE, NELL ITIVINOSTON, RUBY LEE LOMINACK, HELEN MCGRAW, ELTAS MIMS, INNIS OXNER, PARNELL ROBERTSON, ETI-IEL SNELGROVE, DELANCY STONE SARA BOLKNIGHT SARA BOOZER HELE BRYSON DOROTHY DAVIS FRANCES DEVORE MARY ELEAZER EDITH EVANS CGLIE HARMON LOUISE HARRELL HARRIETT HILL MARY HUMPHRIES MARY EVA HIPP MARION JOHNSTONE BRANTLY MCGREGOR, AUGUSTA S-. fa MARTIN, SARA A MAYER, MAZIE PELHAM, BRANTLEY SHEELY, ELIZABETH SWINDLER, JUANITA TIDMARSH, SARA WILSON, ROSINE ' TIMMERMAN, BLAND S. Page Fifty-five H-, if Si 'D D 'D 1 "-D 5 ad F4 if 3 S as IS I3 1 IK M fb E L qw ,.,. ...... ..... A . . ........... . ....,, iii' vqg H Y QV V I. 5 T I. A , :S ......,.............................,Director 2 , S,,,,,,I,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, A- 14 '4 I A n Y 1 1 y lv :S , , N 1 I I4 I A E2 l. , If I :S r V 9 3- I, ff: I , , , ,S T' , , I4 I Y Y 'F FA 75187 ZA 7 R i'R7bii7!H'iRi' 7 ' 753615 7 ii 'Ib E lf!! -fI'I:r ,Ao dlibe 1929 9Drucle Ln' l"1l'lu-s1'.x' QA HOMLQ IECONOMICS Clims dtbe 1929 2Drarle Block WN,' Club XVISI5, CILARIQNCLQ I.YI.IiS, WILLIAM WALLACIQ, HASKLQLL Col IZMAN, GRIFFIN C1,ARY, JQHNSON. H. SLQTZLLQR. CARL CLARY, OWLQN NTILAM, DIERONDA MEMBERS HLQDGLQPATH, Coach LIPSCOMB. LAWRIEN GOODMAN, GILBIQRT NIONTS, WALT'I?R CI LOMINACK, WAI.'l'I2R CLARY, JAMLQS Vv'HITAK12R, Rm' WHITAKER. RALPH VJISIQ, SUMMIQR l'L1uv 1 14:4 3 Page Fifty-eight Y.vv'.'-V-1 11 'X , ffNYxfw5flr Q. . 'T Ghz 1929 2iDra:Ie MWYQQQ x X 1 n 4. L r Z K5 ,W , .M 1' , v ? -, A . 1 - 1 gk-i If inf J 15 ,L , ,A X I-" 0 If '. 3, 7 -'7 V In 3 1? Ht -,. S ,J nf- O u., L. 5 Q31 Ax 2' X 1 -3 ,NN ' "3 ,I Jw I D 1 dw, 1 ,. . N 4 4 n .1 4 ,, A K ? ,,,, 'w X15 ,A 'X -51 fi' if -.xy ei +1 fig? ll Z' EQ 2 2 lk If 1 :tif n v gg 5 F15 g s A. W-.M--W--W -wf-v-f-fn--f-v-V-wr-v':"vf-fs , f--1ji?"i+x"'1lf'-Fkf'K , 1, .f , rq ,rw c-:XJ f ' 4 ff' 3 ' if Q ff?-ffuu ' l' F 241:-f ,?,4OXf.-.iff-'fii.i.IJfOxXi:J XV f"f'X ALP' of Cl ol C CI 1 o, 1. on -: 0 C1 .I Q Q , Cal 4 qu 0 U Cf o 4 11 O 1 C, O C QI C, oi Z O Q L 1. in - I 3' 4 -I 51 yr! W Vlvlvlv ' ' Viv vgy --film I F13 as - 5 via 2 Q 'i " 1' Q.. A 5 Sis.. . li Y i?.':"'-2135-1 . is , xg ?-231-Q kf55x.Si?- Q' -H - G' .21-A T iv t . '1Q, Teri? as Q,:- ?,f SPORT - Page Fifty-nine D D 'D D KD - o 1 o 1 0 1 'D 1 AQ Q "1 'o Ei rs 5 "4 E5 mg up la -1 x- A, I ' N 5 C M., I4 22 M Q fb 91: Q If FF ,Il W , Y 1 It 7' a tfla. Q ' -4 ' F2 J Q- '- E ii' f' 9 2 N X T Y: is ' I4 n I 2 -L 7' L K D' fi gi D '1 5 P: is 7 af: Q ii '5 A FE! 7s 7 R 'Fix FFAFIHFRF ix ? 'R UIRGIX 7 3 li G ,jf I A 4: W, 414, 4 ff . ,L rf x idk. .u .J FOOT ffgfig fffms BALL 45112 1929 ibrurfc BASKET BALL J,Zzzanw4 bi, Q IT J ruff mn 7 Qi 5- 14 , . -.ESX g ' .EM 7Pa"mar.:7 gif Q S ' Q I S Ghz 1929 Ebracle The 1928 Football Season The football season of '28 was a wonderful success for the Newberry High School football team. For two consecutive years the Bull Dogs have won the championship for district number ten. A march to the state c.hampionship was started only to be halted by Chester at Winnsboro. Nevertheless a good season was enjoyed and out of nine games played seven were won and two lost. During the season a number of new players were discovered who will add greatly to next year's team. The season opened with a 7 to 6 defeat by Winnsboro at Winnsboro. However, this was Newberry's Hrst game and the boys showed up fine. On October 5, the Bull Dogs played their first game at home with McCormick. Newberry had little trouble in disposing of the visitors by the score of 49 to O. Page Sixty-two vm, .2 H :re 'sae e 2.1: are .il The following Friday, the Ware Shoals team invaded the realm ,I of the Bull Dogs but were defeated by the .unrelentless attack of the gg home team, which ended with a score of 54 to O. g w The team of Columbia High School furnished the next "4 CI' . . . E yy. opposition for the Bull Dogs. Th1s was one of the best games of .4 gl the season and it was only after a hard struggle that the Bull Dogs QI won, 12 to 0. I P 5.4 E On October 26, a hard-lighting team from Johnston came to Q Newberry to pit their strength against that of the Bull Dogs. It 5 E was a hotly-contested game, and the Johnstonians fought hard but 3 gg in the end the Bull Dogs came out victorious by a score of 12 to 6. The strong Saluda team came next to battle the Bull Dogs. bi. Realizing the district championship was at stake the boys were all determined to light harder than ever. The Bull Dogs, by theirend ig QI runs and line plunging, won the victory by a 19 to 0 score. , . On November 8, during the county fair, the Bull Dogs defeated 'Q' -Il the team from Washington-Parkville High School by the score of if 3 33 to 12. This victory gave Newberry the championship of district m -I number ten. I- 2 The most heart-breaking game of the season was played at Q Si: Winnsboro between Newberry, champions of district 10, and Ches- gg :rf chacingions of distgictg 4. TheFIBull Dogs fought hard but were , I e eate y a score o to 0. 'his ended Newberry's hope for In , Q upstate championship but the boys played hard and deserve much yn praise. 1.4 I 1 s: The final game of the season was played against Clinton at Q Clinton. Newberry got the start on her opponent and scored two H touchdowns before Clinton knew what it was all about. The Q remainder of the game was nip and tuck between the teams. The 7' final score Was 12 to 0 in favor of the Bull Dogs. ' '43 53 Z: K il 3 all ll 0 'E Q up gr' Page Sixty-three Q '5 Ex 5557 Ya V l'15R'5b'iiilZi'5135 I1 3 Ii 353515 3' Q 1 5 ,gre- ua '. V A A v ,V life VA xv v 4 V rr. iiiiiiils-S 221-'liiii i ar- 'I' A lib Cul . Q lb el- m di '- A s 1 P . 91' . ' , A I . CH' , 1' 9 4 fr: Q ' The 1929 Basketball Season "4 -5 - . ' - , A V5 mn bl The 1929 basketball season wasgl not a success in the number of games 5 . . Q- v won, but brought much new material to light. Although the team won only 3 ,I four games out of altotal of' fourteen games played, many new players obtained If S much experiencefnand a better season may be expected next year. Several mem- lg 2: bers of last fyear'S varsity team graduated in June. Star players were presented M :I with the prized block "N" at the end of the season. llp 0 el A M ' '6 S I A GAMES PLAYED AND RESULTS . -1 Newberry. . . .,........... 10 yWare Shoals Y. M. C. A. .... . . 32 3 . il Newberry .... ............ 13 Prosperity ..,.......,....,. 26 gi , Q Newberry ..... ' ............ 1 5 Greenwood ................ 1 0 3 Newberry.. ...... . . .... 24 Ware Sneeie-Y. M. C. A.. , . . .. 44 -' Newberry. , ' ,...,.,........ 17 Columbia High ............. 40 3 ,I Newberry. J ..... v ....,. 1. . 13 p Greenwood ................ 17 .4 21 Newberry. . . 1 Q ............. 17W Whitmire .....,............ 18 3 M Newberry ...., I, g ........ 31 ' 4 Whitmire .................. 11 Q -1 Newberry .... ........ 11 -Columbia High ....,...... . . 38 I. M Newberry .....e .... 1 ........ 1 2 Clinton ..,...........,.... 16 -I Newberry ....,..,, QR ...... 27 eWashington Consolidated ...... ll E Newberry ....... . .,......,. 1 6 Prosperity ............,..,. 24 5 Newberry ............. ..... 2 0 Clinton ................... 12 eg Newberry .,............... 9 Prosperity ................. 25 e ' up ,I , V , UQ ' I 9 I 0 4 A al - A It 2 Page Sixty-four ' W 91 I6 Yiffffnv----U-'HHH'-it-U11 A i A their I3 i li ihx vbxivhivki ix v Ai fin ik v li 5 Fi Glibe 1929 SiDrarle Jf Q .-. LLL LJ 7 E 3 -'C .4 LL. 1 .LJ X Z Q? E -f: U LL .11 LJ 'C Z F O M A E 5 T ... F-I -fr 5 BA ET Ll.. .f an-ww, ln, K K AS LJ O B .-4 'C ..J LQ LIZ 5 LL. ...- C 3 Q. 3 V E B V A u.: x -11 U 'S 0: R . 'Q 5. 'I O LL? V7 I -c .1 .1 5 O 2 LU ,.1 N .-.4 an .J DC 'ff U O Z 'T 111 34 'YI P-' z O E 'C ve- Z O Q -11 G Z 5 O f v V 1 pu 5 LJ 2' an .J 'fl L Q .i I Q P9 -I-x ,gf f ji , li ., Q Q I V 3 it ,Y for S , is ' S l 22 , lu 5, - Rf, Q-.f IV. ,T-7 5? l' fr' 5- , K YT ff, C .. get Eff f wr Q11 KA. ggs, V, Q, Qt Zi, L gil QQ 4 'T' Vs., 3 I 4, Ltr S, V ,.. C ,, 'NK 7'4" ""' 'Nw C" 'xx I-L" n'1+sfWo'i'vf 'muff 'tO' i Mf fthe 1929 ibracle n ?vf,1mm4a- lniclf- J 4 + w x 4 J S X . I. , Q, C1 5 u ' Q - . A, . -. . .. A .,, H. IN 4 li, e,,.f - A Q. '7 ' 'X ' 'K 4, ,J 1, i ok l , , . use Sketch of Girls' Basketball Season : D The girls made a good showing this season, Out of a total of 14 games played they lost fl only two games and these by ai narrow margin. For their excellent playing and good sports- V- manship they were presented with small silver basketballs nt the end of the season. PERSONNEL C "X l'fDI'lAll ljl,l2AZlER . . . . . , .,.,.. .,,, ...,, .,.. llf 1 tl r7L1gL'f 'Z' Miss YOUNG l , . ..., ,... ..,., , . ..,. A , ..., Coach D. FORWARDS: Innis Mims, Elizabeth XVhitaker. .lane Goodman. CIENTIERS: "Sunshine" Hipp 1.13 . Mary Eva Humphries 1Rl , Brantly Pelham. Ruth . iff Mims. f GUARDS: Marion Hipp. Frances Boozer. f SCHEDULE Newberry . . Newberry .. Newberry , , Newberry. . Newberry , Newberry. . , Newberry. . , Newberry . . Newberry . Newberry. . Newberry , , Newberry, . . Page Sixty-six Silverstreet Cross Hill Union ,. Bush River Whitmire NinetvfSix Clinton . . Prosperity Clinton , Co-Eds ,. Ninety-Six Saluda , fr 'T -,- - ,gg If H1 ICD we i' Li1ilZi3i"6 ? hi FIRE? TRY -- 4 4 ' - ,L if . in A . . . O 'tax ,., ..-. - -.,.- . 4.-. .- ...-.. rv.-. .'.'. .-. .-.'.-.-.-. . -.-. . Q A V V . W 'fax' Eng 1929 wma! Miglia i i i i i a his If Q E5 0 I . - I 0 -1 A Review of the 1928 Baseball Season ,,, 5' The Newberry Bull Dogs had a very successful baseball season in 1928, Q gl winning the-championship of district No. 10, thereby earning the right to enter w the upper state finals. Clover High, champions of district No. 4, was played at Q Clover in the semi-finals and in a' splendid contest featured by theustellar pitch- 5.2 ' T ing of Alan Hipp, the Bull Dogs annexed the .game 6 to'3l. Mhqv Thefwinning of ' 'l' this game gave-Newberry the right to play Gaffney High for theflpper state 2 9 title. On Saturday, the day after the Cloverkgame, the Bull Dogs metr Gaffney Q at Gaffney, and lacking necessary pitching material,, our star "Hipp" having 2 2 pitched the day before, Newberry fell before the onslaught of the Gaffney nine 5 1 ' . ' D Q by the tune of 24 to 5. . . - , 7 al VHowever the Bull Dogs returned home proud of their having won the Q championship of districts Nos. 10 and 4. Eleven games were played during the lg 21 season, the Bull Dogs winning seven and losing only four. .Three of the four K "' games lost were to more experienced tealms and larger schoolsgnamely, Htwo lost if to Colungxhia.High and one to Gaffney. The Columbia boys defeated the Bull Q q Dogs' at Newberry the first-of the season 10 to O.. But on retufning the game 53 1 in Columbia in mid-season. and after having made considii-able irwrovement S: in their play, the Bull Dogs battled the Capitals'to a 5 to 2 score. The pitrfhing b of Hamilton for Newberry featured. A s . Several of the '28 team were graduated in June and the 1929 team will E ' I show many new faces. ' ' Cl '- ' fb E GAMES PLAYED AND RESULTS Q Q2 Newberry ........................ 4 Silverstreet .,.,..,............... 1 L2 b I Newberry ........................ 0 Columbia ,,.... ................. 1 0 I 4 -I Newberry ....... i .....,,.,,... . . . 0 Greenwood ...................,.. 2 3 M Newberry ....,......... ...... 2. Columbia ...,..............,.... 5 M Q Newberry ..................,,.... 9 Greenwood .,.................... 4 Q Q Newberry , ...,................... 8 Prosperity ............,......,... 0 I3 5 I Newberry .,..,............,...... 14 Silverstreet ....,........,........ 4 "4 5 Newberry .,....,................. 2 3 McCormick ......,............... 0 a 5 I Newberry ..,...............,..... 6 Clover .,....................... l Q z Newberry ,..,............,,...... 5 Gaffney ............,...,....... 24 g wp Newberry ..,..,......,......,.... 9 Prosperity .,.,...,............... 1 'U' e- - - m Q Newberry ........,.....,..., 80 Opponents ......,......,.... 52 3 0 I l10 fs: LINE-UP 5 fl d LOMINACK .,,..,..,...... Shortstop CLARY, OWEN ...,.....,... Second Base 1 G Esxmnce .......,......,... Fifa Base FLOYD ,,,..........,....... Len Field 3 yi JONES ,..............,... Right Field MOWER .........,...,.... Center Field If 5 XVHITAKER, ROY CCapt.j . . .Catcher HIPP ..........,..,.......... Pitcher 3 3 WHITAKER, RALPH ....,.... Third Base HAMILTON ............,...... Pitcher 1 Q ll ' 0 41 IR ' a . 7 y I Page Sixty-seven IQ Ji 'F Zi FHS 7A 7 fi Fwibiiihliwi R ? ,R 353613 7 ii . ' 4 auf 'a' . V A , rr PQ .- in ,U n if I: ' I . ...... ..,.. . . ....,. ?'1:1' km wmv! E'2.E'i!E."v?3-' we 1929 YD Hf ' ea'.i.n-YH 1 i I - 'wi ' " "2 C . ' : ' 31 I M , afni, Z! 3'7" Q fl -k,VS,- 'az' . 'Q S5 WW Q 5-kwin f ,'- :, Cl! VZ ' ' WMM LI Q mc' ' Q 5, lvliigli! ' . , We - ' . 1 , . ,A 1 , Sas Qf is 2 . xv- - 1 , . -A if O ff f F3 E218 . gf lj M' - ' " fl, 1 G, .Q my - 75 X 5 Q H ' Sf Q 5 , . 3 mA b U :T I X., Kd -A W V K, A R!! ' A Q, .- orgy J E -5.3 , 4 .5 .N A . W x' . A 0 3 1 M "Q h ln! 1 ' ' lj 2' iv- f - ,U W- U4 'CN N- -' ' fa ' ' ' ' ' 1' fx. H. X35 N . ,U ' 6 1 Q .Ls v 1 :vi "',k L Q, jx! QA A - lb A 2 'X fi? U H T 1 'QI' ' J ix? N' ' , I fa? E A I J .XA XM 8 Y . , . 27 . 5 ' ns S Jai V W bl 'fl fr A ' fp '-f Thx 'X 4 A4 . 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BEST PRICES l PHOINHE 29 1 -J h g t f y th' ty- thirty-iifth birthday? TQ1-11:-nn-cu1lu1uu1np1un-an-m1-',1uu 2 A.F.B H 5 I I ' I I. ?' xl ' . II II I I ' I 1 H .I . , PLUMBING I HEATING 35 I SHEET METAL I 'Y' I5 I ROOFING ll aiu-sui.mi:u1 --nni:u--an :n znxu ::-411110: 'rush EH-j I 1 'r 'Z O - o 1 o 1 I 0 D ' O I9 O D cl' O 9 O 55 IP H ' 4 o 0 'nz' 'af' 0 o . . 03 !2'.'.f2.!2E.':mI' the 1929 fwfaflf "2E1!2!iE'2!.f.,' 25 IS I S1 .I .. .M .4 M .I .. .. .h..,-..-..... ..-.,.,, R " I I 5 I' I aI- I I I , fi gf I Q5 ! I Il D ' l I II I' ,. I - I I I li 5 All In - -I I I I II II - -.I I f gg I I5 ,Il II u ' ' M p H R m al YI ' ' H AUTO ACCESSORIES lg m . 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L Q Q I--.---.1.-------------------.--------.-.-I -------I-----------I--------I----I------I. willllllltlllll-illlnl-ilk?llunnllilltllTlIQSllillfilll1lll1"lll-l-lliiliillilllllllilliilllllllllllil in m "Is your sister fat?" , " Q -I li "Is she fat? She had the mumps three weeks before they found out what ' a S was wrong with her."-Tid-Bits. ll M gg .gg...EEE-E:E-,,,-..4E-.,....-E-..-E.-M..:Eim...i.,-..-..-..:E-..-..-..i..E..E..,.,g' gg hlllllilllllllllllllilllillillillill 'illillli l gliliillillllllllllllilllllillilli Uillilli QI ' In wa I . T I uv 9' I ' I C KU RTZ W an at IMPERIAL I I - - - al E I up I . Sells for Less . Q I , I I L i Clothing, 'Shoes, Hats, Dry m I Home of Paramount Pictures I i 9'-Qydsg MIHIHQYY 3nd R93dY' . . o- e r. Q g: PHONE 450 I 1304 MAIN ST. -K7'lTlV'Tll"'llillillillillillilUI-lliw 'l 313 4ll'il:?"i"i'-3.i:'l"i'i,' Ii . llllllilln-nhl7ll7ll7nl1lMu7gjq1l17llQ.ll1ll1nll1sIlu-DliliIlillLlllld1OlllCD4llllllllTll1ll1illIITUITIIZI 4 g i WELL-DRESSED YOUNG MAN i. e., Griffin Coleman: "I don't know whether sg w to go to the wedding or not." A LH PRETTY COMPANION: "Who's getting married?" 2 Z: "1 am." Q I A 1 1 ...n-.gg-.anim-.ug1.111-11rr1I.l1.-11.141111111111111qn-un:nn1--I-mv--uu1nn1ulimninniuniun-uuxosisaf 3 E L 1 ggie:...:f:--u:.-::-ia:+::..-n--an-an Y' L'izlFiT"W1"l"'::f'-5:f::illTF:f?3fC"-F:-3: 1 E Q 1 I D M 5, -uf Q. 0 I A - - IK' 5 -B00QjEQf?jhefS S. o. NESLEY E1 - . .. 'Q 5 FANCQEEIISOSEIHEE AND I General Merchandise 23 Zi TELEPHONE ,E I 1 FRUITS' IN SEASON .I al 1311 Main Street Meat Q J NEWBERRY, S. C. 1 dl . . E 2: gi- -'MPM-'-'I+I'+"-1 -"+R--Iii'-me -I - -1' g L Gel Q Q Pageflighty-three ll I -E -A V E- - U I U I U ! y ' W Y W 1 ! :TTI K F ZR :EW fix: 11 FRFDAIJAUMU A v fa vfnivfa v IA . M gl G! E Q Q I S ws E 5 E 5 Q , ez E 1 I E 2 2 23 CII 3 .fix ,vlgfi 5 PHOTOGRAPHS USED IN I he Gbrarlr Made by SARGEANT STUDIO 1528 MAIN STREET COLUMBIA S C 'E' '5' 'B' Euerythmg ln Photography "FAT" TARRANT Con football tripj: " e , wai r- e WAITER: "All right, sir, but we shall have to send out for it." H H ii H A placid old lady who took life philosophically sat knitting in the drawing i' room. To her there came rushing her fifteen-year-old granddaughter: if " "Oh, granny, granny," cried the girl, "father's just fallen off the roof." 4 2 "I know, my child," replied the old lady, without even raising her eyes. "I H saw him pass the window." -,,,,,,n,,,,-,,-,,,-,,-,,-M- ,,., -,,,-,,,,,,-n,,-,,n-,W ,,,, -n,-,,,- ,,,, -M-n-,,-,,-,,,,,,,,-,,-,,-,,.,,i H HARRELUS DAIRY R, B, BAKER 3 Pure Milk and Cream Wh012Sa1eGf0C2fieS Q L i Exclusively if T PHONE 187 i 1 Phone 177 P. o. Box 277 NEWBERRY, S. C. NEWBERRY, s. C. T 1 H ' ll c..-l.-.l-..-.l-..-..-..-..-..-..- -..ml L..-..-m.l-M-..-..-..-..-.....-....,.......:. Page Eighty-four Sl D D 'D D QD D ' Q 0 1 o D 4 D 1 1 5 E ID 5 1 zz 1 Z5 2 w I6 ' . 0 0 .5 , ,,,. ,,.,,,,,, ........ -......:ai' Q . . . lr? YS E'2!2lE.':?S" Ghz 1929 HDtHtl2 251.12 !i.E'2!1.f.f: Ii 0 gl av lu-nln1nn-run-nn1nn:nn-nuinniun 1111 nn-nn1nn1 1 -can-nn1un:nn1n1un:-nn1nu1nn:ns1wn1n T 7 ? L I4 7 I Lf If i: H ' ' H ll U fl " X. I 'I I L li M I ' F' 1E I ! ll I I H ll ' ' !! 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I II II I Oldest Semi-Weekly Paper in D Anything new WE have it I I This Part of the State U or will get it for you on short I I I H notice. I I I I' . I I ARMFIELD BROTHERS H 'N Clothlng CO. H I NEWBERRY, S, C, 1' I I 2 I I a:.:7:u- -:I-in: n:7n1nn--uui:u+:u::u lc:-:uzizain sis-nn-nn: - --ruin:-:u1un::u-nn--nn1ns--u1ol1ql Page Eighty-five ll, if O D 0 1 Io I1 9 9 Q I 1 U 9 O L5 -Ie fb li Ie 1f6?,IYgVlY1lyV,2g:f5 the 1929 Sbracle IZQQWY -Ygvafj ' I , 'o 21 5 5 1 sv . I I-------M-f-'---W-1f--- If ' I I 5, 9' I I I . . I P4 1 I I I I 'N M I I I R 4 I. : : EE I gx I I 1 I Lf V: I I -4 5 li ! l E I I I - E 3: I - - - E2 ' I I I . 5-I ,L Ir- I I EE .4 4 If I I F 9' I I R S' ll . I a Q I , . . l H , , . . :E I I 5 N. ...-..-...-..-..-..-..--.------------I ' -I------I------------------'----- Q y' -,..--.-------.--.-------..-----.-----I-------I-----------------------------------I P - I ,I I ' I . 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R '5fRi3b'i 7 K Q Cl o 2: 5 91 EEEEIE 5 OPERA HOUSE I Newberry Hardware Com any Dealer mn up to date INSTITUTION SINCE Hardware and Athletlc Goods 1 88 1 5 as an PHONE 61 NEWBERRY S C -n---I JAMES DICKERT Th t d h ead JUNE WISE Well h can b y The Newberry QI 5 E Chero Cola Bottlmg I Observer ,IIA l ' ' 1 I Cvmpwy gl Well-Equlpped Job , , Q THE HOME OF I T Pr1nt1ngP1ant H 3 al NEH1 - I I 1 le N9LUb2ffy,S LCITQEST if All Popular Flavors I , f , , or : Czrculated Newspaper 5 EE E5 : A -L---1----in-----I ---- .--H ee.. -.. -R+ -1---To .:.. .. W..e..e..e..e..e..e..Q-or 4 Rape Eighty-seven ns. lr rn C 3 0 1 O rf T 4 E "6 E5 me hx . . . Q ,ISL , ,.,. .,,,,,,,, ......... ,-... . . . 0 f -ii?-!2!2!23Y.'5w' we 1929 Wm. 2!i!2!.f.L' B , . X i u Ez ul ' T b : -........................................,.....-...-.!. .!.-.......::L...-1.-..-z ::::::::--.11 .::...' M V ui , 5 L I is gi If 9' I 5 Q 5 'Q h , '4 -1 I+ 5 E I I If I I 5 1, u ' rg gl I I F I "' ' I I f' Q Y ' :E A I 5' Q 1 I Q .I I 11 Q :5 I' 'F ll : y . . , Q H Il 2 It I W I w P +iili1' 1 ll 1 -,, ,,.,:r,:r,,-r-:,-::,,-,,-,,II,:,,r::r,,-::r,,.,,.,,:,,r::r,,.,:,:: R ,I ' 1 " a swell looking girl is dea from the neck up." Q J " " : " . , s e ur er h in my arms any time!" L a: . .-.I -M O n1 an :min u an n u nn n uw or n :4 :L nn' I E I' r Q ul T lr rj 2 -4 in :l . 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