Rhea Central High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Dayton, TN)
- Class of 1921
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Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1921 volume:
RI-IEA CENTRAL I-HGH
The Voice of
RHEA CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL DAYTON TENNESSEE
I-hgh School Board
F E ROBINSON Chaxrman
WALTER WHITE Secretary
G H SPIVEY
Q A TALLENT
A B COLLINS,
REECE CooLEY, ..... Dayton
JC SEPL-I C. IOOSI-IEE
JC EPI-I C FOOSHEE
whos untlrmg and ausfaflory efforts o tloe acl
vancement of the school have completely won the
love and esteem of aculty students anil pqtro 5
we dedxcwt tlms volume
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MR HICKS MISS LANKFORD
MR WEIR MISS STEPHENS
' MR. FOOSHEE
Semor Class Parents
MR GEO T CUNNYNGHAM
MRS GEO T CUNNYNGI-IAM
Our Best ns None Too Good
Blue and Gold
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I-IAZEL AULT ALLEN
Mark Twam Llterary Society
Lo here what gertleness these women uve
If we could know xt for our rurleness
EMMA RUTH BENSON
Edgar Allen Poe Literary Socrety
The smlle that wins the tint that glows
But tell of days m goodness spent
DON S BENSON
Edgar Allen Poe Llterary Soclety
Mandolln Gmtar Club
Over lum an even calm perpetual rexgns
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Edgar Allen Poe Llterary SOCIETY
Treasurer Semor Class
For txs the 'nmcl that makes the body nch
EMMA CELESTE CAMPBELL
Ca tam md ar Allen Poe Lrterary Soclety
ASSISIBDI Busmess Manager The Bomb
What shall I do to he forever known
And make the age to come my own '
ALICE DARWIN BRADY
V1ce Pres1dent Mark Twaln Lxterary Soclety
There IS a garden m her face
Where ro es and whxte hhes grow
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Secretary Sensor Class, Gxrls' Glee Club.
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Pres Semor Class Mark TWAIN L1terary SOCICIY
Football Center Basket Ball Team
I-Ils heart as far f om fraud as heaver from earth
M ARY I-IARDIN
Sec y Edgar Allen Poe Lrterary Socxety G1rls
Glee Club Pres Mandolrn and Gultar Club,
Semor Class Edltor The Bomb
For she was just and frlend to virtuous love
And passed much txme ln truly vlr uous deed
ANNA MARY EWING
Mark Twam Lrterary Soclety
The force 0 her own mer t makes her
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Yearnlng for the large excitement
That the coming years would ylelcl
OWIA RUTH SPIVEY
Vxce Pres Edgar Allen Poe L1terary Soclety
Glrls Glee Club, Musxc Class,
VICE Pres Semor Class
But like a steady ship dotb strangely part
The raging waves lceeps le course arxght
WILLIE LEE SPIVEY
Mark Twam L1terary Society
Busmess Manager The Bomb
A mmd at peace Wlfh all below
A heart whose love xs mnocent
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lvlarlc Twam Lltemrv Soclety
Sull to be near
Stlll to be drest
As you were gomg to a e1st
Edgar Allen Poe Literary SOCICIY
Mandolln Guxtar Club Music Cl1ss
Good name n man and woma
ls the 1IT1l'T1Edl8fC-16 el of the soul
MILDRED CAROLYN TAYLOR
Captaln Mark Twain Literary Society
Curls Glee Club Muslc Class
Edxtor m Cluef The Bomb
If at all she lfncl a fault
Lea e t bu led this v1ult
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I-hstory of the Semor Class
In August IQI7 there came to Rh a C ntral I-hgh School from the publlc schools
of Dayton and Rhea County fortv nine boys and gurls r1ng1ng 1n age from thxrteen to
seventeen ye1rs To these was added one from Chattanooga makmg our number fifty
Proud of our numbers and conhdent ofour abnhty we marched toward the bulwarks
of educatnon wlth brave hearts 1nd hlgh heads but just 1 few skrrmlshes wlth Latm de
clensxons Algebraic equations et cetera forced us to dlg xn Thenceforth we made
haste slowly Durmg thls year we dxd httle else than learn to study 1nd alas' and
alackl ten of our number faded to do enough of that to pass Miss Arr1nts Enghsh
Ohl what lS more grilling than hrst year 1t hlgh
When worries crowd round you galore?
The smart upper cl1ssmen your patnence to try
W1ll snub you or else they ll ignore
When X2 Y2 you get through your head
And the value of X you can find
Those old latm verbs make you wnsh you were dead
And Blology frxghtens you bhnd
Toward the end of the term however you flnd
If you faithfully work day by day
You can chase all your bug bears away
To make Freshman life more tolerable rn the Sprmg Mxss Langford gractously took
us on a pxcnlc to Rxddle s Sprmg
The followmg year our class numbered thnrty We felt 1 httle more kmdly toward
the upper classmen and as we became better acquamted wlth quadratlc we felt 1 httle
less dread for Prof Fooshee Then too me could now begm to look ln commlserauon
on the fralltles of the Hrst year pupils Even IU dramatlcs 1 fort jealously guarded by
important UUIOFS and dlgmhed Seniors we were allowed to p1rt1c1pate t1k1ng part 1n
the Commencement play
A partlcularly pleasmg event of our Sophomore year was a social afternoon of games
and refreshments on the Hlgh School campus ofwhlch we were both hosts and guests
umors' How 1mportant we felt although our class now numbered but twenty two
and of these two dropped out early rn the year We became more actlve ln athletxcs
three boys making the football and two the b1sketb1ll team
Contmumg our pursult of the lllSI!'lOI1lC art some of our members took part m the
patrxotnc celebratlon of Armlstmce Day and many of us played 1mportant roles rn plays
glven xn the second and thxrd semesters
Durmg our junnor ye1r we elected class officers and selected as our class parents Mr
and Mrs George T Cunnyngham
On February 14th we entertained wxth a Valentlne Party havmg as our guests the
Faculty the Seniors and thenr class parents and our class parents In Aprll Mr and
Mrs Cunnyngham most dehghtfully entertalned us ln thelr home
At last we were Senmorsl Sxxteen of us reached the goal we had set for ourselves four
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years before and one other came to us from Sprrng Cxty but two members dropped out
early m the year leavmg us fifteen
Of the srx boys m the Senior Class three were on the football team
We were singularly art1st1c four belong to the Gxrl s Glee Club four to the Mando
l1n and Gultar Club three are proflcxent in Plano and three 1n EXPYCSSIOD
We have had the umque dxstmctlon of havmg four br1des In our class One glrl mar
rred nn the summer and drd not return to school another marrrecl m the fall and thence
forth stayed wxth her husband whlle two marrxecl and continued the1r studles wrth us
If rt be true that a change works wonders and that variety IS the sprce of lrfe w
should be a wonderfully spxcy class for dur1ng the first three years of our hlgh school
course we had flve Sclence teachers and we close our Senior year with only Prof Foo
chee and Miss Lankford remarnmg of the five members of the faculty wrth whom we
began the year
On December 23rd Mr and Mrs Cunnyngham entertained us wxth a theatre party
at The Lyric On December 22nd we entertamed at the hugh school 1n honor of Prof
Wexr the out gomg Sclence teacher and on anuary 22nd we were Jomt host wlth the
umors honorrng Mrss Arrants the out gomg Englnsh teacher In February we gave a
pxcmc IH honor of Prof Hicks the out going Hxstory teacher and Athletlc coach
The socxal features have served to furnrsh relaxatnon from the stram of tests exams
and the Annual for to us belongs the credlt for edrtmg the Hrst Annual that Rhea
Central I-hgh has ever had
As a class we have worked together wrthout fr1ct1on the class spmt having been fine
throughout Our instructors have been pams takmg conscxentrous and Llnfalllngly help
ful As we go forth new realms to explore may we honor the1r efforts m our behalf
during these four years so full of meamng ln our l1ves
Our hxgh school days brought us both trxals and joys
But we ve usually worked with a sm1le
That s just why we 2I mardens and boys
Have made up a class so worth whxle
Our four years behmd us a story that s told
We Il press toward the llght 1n the sky
Tho we bask 1n life s sunshine or quake ln 1ts co d
Here s three cheers for Rhea Central l"l1gh
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Semor Class Poem
At R C H there IS a class
Wlth many a brave lad and lass
Senlorsl Senlors bentors
Here W6 l1'lVC lDOfl'l PlL'lSL1l'6 2ll1Cl FCHI'
But HOW Wt' P111 Wltll lI'l3I1y 'l t6'lI'
For WC HFC SCDIOFS HOW YOU lCI'lOW'
Alld SO 21l'lS W8 l'l1VC IO gO
But just one moment ere we go
Out m the world to hoe our row
We ll meet today thls Class o true
And fly our color Gold and Blue
Ah yes once more for old tlme s sake
Before our dlfferent ways we take
For here they come wlth steps so slow
These Senlors who must walk just so
T1s Emma flrst with smlle or tear
To every Senlor she IS dear
For kmdness famed both far and wlde
To class mates she s a help and guide
Who xs thls so tall and hne9
He surely IS of royal ltne
Why ll s Ayres' our pet you know
And what he says If s sure to go
And here comes Kermlt wlth stately a1r
For he must take the Presldent s chair
Our Presxdent gallant and true
Works always for the Gold and Blue
School Ma am Mary and Artlstlc Anne
These are the girls who always can
Wlrh Oma Allce and all the rest
We cannot tell whlch we love best
Are we all here this Class so lane
We re busy bees but all on tmae
Now what shall me say before we go
To what and where we do not know
Some now thmk about the past
Some the future of the Class
When Floyd gets up amrd the roar
And asks the chairman for the floor
A nod from Don and Floyd goes on
We ve all got here let s have some un
Now dry your eyes and ralse one shout
Before the Faculty puts us out
Three cheers for Fess and all the rest
Then each one yelled his very best
Thls ofcourse provoked a smlle
And then they chose to talk awhlle
They talked of hopes and sweet dCSll'2S
Things to which the heart aspires
And how they longed great wrongs to rxght
And be vlctorlous m the fight
statesmen some to gam much fame
else to soothe the brow of pam
chance msplre young mmds to thmk
move the world w1th prmter s 1nk
Among them Kings o er Nature s Realm
Those who bravely gurde the helm
Perchance the ueen of a cozy home
Dear teachers all we say goodbye
But not without a tear and slgh
For unto us you have been kxnd
And your precepts we ll keep IH mmd
Professor I-licks has been our friend
Hrs Influence too wlll wlde extend
And we the Class of Twenty one
Will sound his pralses for laurels won
Our dear Mlss Arrants our prlde and joy
She holds each heart of girl or boy
Her servlces we can ne er forget
And we are glad our ways haxe met
We ll here Include Professor Fooshee
Wlao has worked to keep us from lgnorance
In daxly llfe he s been smcere I ree
Success he ll have from year to year
Agaln dear faculty goodbye goodbye
To dear school friends the same we cry
As forth we go to different worlds
We go as b tter boys and glrls
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Sen1or Class Prophecy
Lymg on the hearth rug before the embers that teach l1ght to counterfe1t a gloom
readxng the story of Shakespeare s melancholy hero of Denmark I find my attent1on
wander1ng and mstead of the ghostly form of the murdered k1ng there ar1ses before
me the 1mages of four boys and eleven g1rls
At the close of the opemng day of Rhea Central I-I1gh School a mother addresses
her daughter who 1s a freshman 1n that school Well my dear d1Cl you find your
Domest1c SCIENCE Teacher charm1ng9 Iunderstand you have a new one th1s year
Mother she IS altogether adorable I bel1eve she knows everyth1ng about calorxes food
compos1t1on proporuon and household chem1stry In the mtroduction the pr1nc1pal
sa1d that she has a degree from Columb1a UHIVCYSIIY MISS Emma Campbell IS her name
Over the keys the musmg orgamst br1ngs the slght of St CCCIIIH Adm1rat1on
g1VCS way to wonder as the performer st1ll enraptured by the glor1es of her 1nterpreta
t1on turns her face and I see that Hazel Allen IS calllng forth the ravlshlng sounds
a close compet1tor of the fabled Orpheus
The m1n1ature saint rolls downward and 1n a large coal behmd I see a modernly
equ1pped farm house 1n the m1dst of well kept grounds From the end of a falllng
chunk lssues a mult1tude of sparks whtch Hylng upward take the shapes of baby Ply
mouth Rocks In the gleam1ng foreground I see the farmer s wxfe formerly Bess Tay
lor her 1nterest d1v1ded between feedlng the ch1ckens and watch1ng the d1stant tractor
dr1ven by her husband
The sputter1ng flame shows 1n outl1ne a cozy bungalow and w1th1n th1s surrounded
by home comforts d1splay1ng culture and refinement s1ts Mrs Paul Gamble Sp1vey
She IS read1ng an account of a m1raculous system of electrxcal slgnals perfected by that
w1zard of electr1c1ty Don Benson
The grotesque fantas1es assume another shape th1s t1me the form of a young man
clad 1n overalls and hlckory shlrt HIS speed betokens h1s eagernsss and I hear h1m
saymg No more city l1fe for me I m gomg back to S W McDonald and the farm
And I know Kerm1t w1ll be welcome
The dancxng fa1r1es of the fire become ch1ldren 1nterested1n bu1ld1ng blocks playmg
games slngxng sand and colored crayons In answer to my query as to how the l1ttle
elves take care of themselves there appears the klndergarten teacher Anna Mary Ew
mg whose man1fest 1nher1tance IS to love and be loved
The a1ry SPYIICS of the fa1ry land of youth fade unto a pretenuous busmess house from
whlch the play Splflt has departed I see men and affalrs movlng Wlfh clock l1ke prec1s
lon and regularity The afduous adfnlnlstratlon ofa successful Clty bank SIIS
upon the shoulders of the pres1dent G A Crawford
As the door closes upon the bank ofhcxals an elegant l1mous1ne draws up to the curb
1n the adjommg block The l1ver1ed chauffeur stops the throbbmg motor and the wlfe
of a prom1nent Wall Street broker enters the emporlum of fash1on as she turns I recog
H126 Mary Hardm
Dad lay down that old paper and help me clot my 1 s and cross my t s came the
1mperat1ve command of a nme year old urchln ' Son I am deeply lnterested 1n the al
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leged plot of the Chicago White Sox throwing the World Serxes to CIHCIHHHII Who rs
your teacher? Mrss Ruth Benson and beheve me she won t even let you leave the
comma out of 1 sentence when talkxng replled the chlld The parent rs strll further
lnterrupted by the elder son gravely contendmg with the solutlon of Euclrd s baffllng
theorems In a rxght trrangle the square O Pshaw' you thunk you have troubles xn
Mlss Benson s room but walt untll you have that specres of Marh lnvented by Old
Nick hlmself termed Geometry and taught by Prof Floyd Blackburn Why the man
has already wrxtten two or three books on the subject and thmlcs we ought to know all
about rt because he does
The naturahst m search of beautxful speclmens finds one ln the socxal aclmlmstrator
of I-Iull House Mlss Uma Sprvey Rrch and poor old and young alrke find rn her a
wlse leader and counsellor
The Metropolitan Opera House IS thronged wrth first nlght patrons the Curtain rxses
and as the star of the evening appears a storm of applause greats the celebrated 1mper
sonator Mrs Alice Darwm Brady
Gay pleasure lovmg Pans rs agog with news of an Amerlcan Prnma Donna and has
turned out a capacity house to greet her when a voxce comes floatlng on the arr and I
recognize Mildred Taylor
As fades the 1r1s after ram nn April s tearful weather the vrsron vanlshecl as the
we1rd Meow NISOW of some prowllng member of the feline family arouses me The
prophetlc slbyl dropped the veil of futurxty rhe cold ashes no longer presented fantastlc
gl1mpses of human achxevement I rub my sleepy eyes close my classlc and resolve to
emulate my classmates
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To whnzn xi :nag Qlnntrrn, Gfarzrhnxt 'Knnin lqe
THAT WE the Semor Class of Rhea Central Hlgh School of Dayton
Tennessee ere we take examlnatlons mmdful of the palnful penaltles that
befall a class that f31lS desxre to make dlsposxtlon of our earthly possessxons
whlle 1n sound body and memory do make publxsh and declare thls our
last w1ll and testament hereby revokmg all former w1lls by us made
FIRST We do not deslre to collect our just debts desxrmg to retam a
sound body This will make If unnecessary to pay any expense for our last
sxckness and we hope to escape belng burled by the facutly when they come
SECOND It IS our w1ll and deslre and we gxve devise and bequeath
our punch bowl to the unlor year also we wlll and bequeath to Sald year
our stra1ght edges and compasses together wlth all tear stams thereon also
our desks w1th the prayer that the seats be padded
THIRD We w1ll and bequeath to the Flrst and Second years our good
w1ll the ozone that Hoats from the mountaln and all marches they are able
to steal on the faculty but should you be overtaken ln stealmg a march on
sald faculty may the Lord have mercy on your soul
FOURTH For all of the just debts whlch we owe the faculty of th1s 1n
sutunon we possess nothmg ln a materlal way to will to sald faculty but
such as we have for the love and affectlon we have for you we freely wxll
Q11 We pledge to you an uprlght llfe and to glve to the world each day
the best there IS 1n us
f2j Our undymg loyalty to old Rhea Central Hlgh School our unalloyed
love for the lessons you have taught us
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BY NAI-IOMA WELCH
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Septemberl 1902 September 10 1919
anuary 14 1902 Ofkober 28 1919
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umor Class Officers
PRESIDENT JOHIN BLEVINS
VICE PRESIDENT ARNOLD LOCKE
umor Class Parents
MR W F WEIR MRS W F WEIR
Jumor Class Roll
ABEL EVA BAILEY WALTER
BLACKBURN ALTHEA BLEVINS JOHN
CAMPBELL LILLIE BOWMAN HAROLD
ELLIS ALENE CARTER EDWIN
GALLOWAY PAULINE COULTER MILLARD
HAGLER MARY CRAWFORD JAMES
HALE BESSIE HIXON MYERS
HALE, RUTH HODGES, IGON
HIXON, ORPHA BELL LOCKE, HAROLD
JEWEL, LILLIAN ROBINSON, FRED
MARTIN, MARIE STANSBURY, RUSSELL
PURSER, IRENE TAYLOR, LEE
CLASS FLOWER, WHITE CARNATION CLASS COLORS, GREEN AND WHITE
SECRETAR Y, .................................,,...... MARIE MARTIN
The unror Class Hrstory
It IS better to be ln pursuxt than xn POSSCSSIOD
Looklng backward we can see darkness but before us we see a gleamlng
Slnce the entrance of our class mto thls school we have taken a leading
part ID athletlcs We produced by far the majorlty of the football squad
several maklng the first team As to basket ball we produced the best
team ln school and three of our players maklng the first team of the school
It1s SOIT1CIl11I1g great thxs belng a un1or We have had most of our
We should feel sorry for the Seniors They leave thls year and cannot
enjoy hfe much longer and the Sophomores and Freshman cannot enjoy If
because It seems so long un1tl thelr last year
But we unlors are just near enough our goal to thlnk of all the good
thlngs ln store for us
No we do not have tears of regret steallng down our cheeks we are
sorry for them only because they are not one of us
Still we have had our troubles as everyone has In our Freshman year
the upperclassmen poked fun at us at Hrst we aclmlt we looked quite hope
less but soon determ1nat1on came to us and now we have a splendld Junxor
Let us then be up and domg
W1th a heart for any fate
Stxll achrevlng stlll pursulng
Learn to labor and to walt
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IRESIDENT THURMAN TAYLOR
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SECRETARN GEORGE I-OLST
TREASLRER JESSE CI ARK
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The Sopl omore Class of 1920 21 entered Rhea Central High School 1n
August 1919 There were forty slx of us at that tlme but eighteen have
dropped out and five have been added Some of those eighteen falled to
meet the requtrements and some went to other schools Now we th1rty one
We are more soctally tnclmed as Sophomores than we were as Freshman
and more so than the dlgnlhed Seniors Probably however when we have
traveled two more years we too shall be too busy to mdulge 1n soctal affalrs
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PRESIDENT, ..,........................,........, GLADYS MORGAN
VICE- PRESIDENT, ..........,.,,..,.........,,. HAROLD DUNLAP
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TREASURER, ........ ,,,,,. . . .,,......,,,,.....,....,. .GRACE KING
Freshman Class Roll
EOOSHEE MARY RUTH
GALLOWAY MAGGIE RUTH
JOHNSON NELLA MAE
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CLASS MOTTO, ....................... "GREEN BUT GROWING"
Freshman Class Hrstory
Thls class, thirty four strong Qfourteen l oys and tvventy grrlsj launched out
on the treacherous, troublesome sea ofllfe on August 16 1920 and began 1ts
perllous voyage to graduatxon vvrth all the trlals and trxbulatfons mctdent there
to ID d1re mental poverty, save tor the meager amount of useless lllf-OFITIEIIIOII
accumulated, by absorpt1on,dur1ng their earller l fe at cxty and countrv schools
Thus far thelr struggles for llterary exlstance has leen phenomenal as vvell
as l16I'O1C 1n as much as they have lost 1 very small percentage of the orlglnal
crevv The chief ann or goal ofth1s motlev aggregatlon ofvv ould be knowledge
seelcers vvas to secure a vvell rounded intellectual developement vvltn as lrttle
effort on therr part as could posslbly be expended regardless of the extreme
anxiety and sleepless nxghts they mrght cause thexr poor teachers to suffer
Each and every vveary P1lQYlm who sought admlsslon to th R C H S
Freshman Class of192O dlscov ered before he had proceeded any great dlstance
on hrs voyage 1 verv necessary Obl1g3IlOI1 Imposed upon lillh, that the enter
PI'151I'lg vouth must acquaxnt himself or herselfxn cletall as regards Latln, l-hs
torv Enghsh lVl'1Il1CI'11HUCS, etc either before or after otter ng hnnself a hvlng
sacrlhce at the school room to be called upon and qLIILZCCl publlcly and pn
vatclv, orally and vv rrtten xndxvtdually and colle C1 elv oy each and ev erv mem
ber of the faculty six IH nu nberl to disclose and relate the secrets obtained
through drlrgent study of the vartous s xv ts menuon d above and obtamed
onlv after lurnmg the IHIdI11Ql1K o1l and sugerlng the cvctrenae depr1v atlon ot
manv peaceful hours of 16f.I'6bl'llIlg sleep 'n our attempt to gun tue lnforma
t1on n cessary to secure the ohn Hancock or the entire faculty on the
sheepslun vvhxch the class beneves vm l de de xvcred to rl em four vears later
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PRESIDENT MARY I-IARDIN
VICE PRESIDENT NELLA MAE JOHNSON
SECRETARY GEORGE FOUST
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Home Econonucs Class IV
Home Economics Class II
Edgar Allen Poe Lxterary SOCICIY
PRESIDENT JOHN BLEVINS
VICE PRESIDENT OMA SPIVEX
SECRETARY RY HARDIN
TREASURER NOLD LOCKE
GI ADES DUGGER
ORPHA BELL HIXON
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PRESIDEINT I-RED ROBIINSONI
VICE PRESIDF ALICP DARWIN BRADY
TREASURER BELLA MAE IOHINSON
HAZEL ALLEN MARY HAGLER XV ANETA RIDDLE
EVA ABEI IOHN HAYES BERT ROGERS
HAROLD BOWMAN MH ERS HIXON LEFA SHAN ER
AUSTIN BLEVINS NELLA JOHNSON BILL SI-IAN ER
EDWIN CARTER LOUISE jONLS ETHEL SCHILD
LILLIE CAMPBELL WALTER RING DOROTHY SPIVEY
BESSIE CONNOR GRACE KING WII LIE LEE SPIVEY
AYRES CRAWFORD AMANDA RNIGHT I-RED ROBINSON
JESSE CLARKE DAVE MORGAN RHEA SWICEGOOD
NICA DENTON IREINE PURSER AUDREY TALLENT
CORA BESS EWING JESSIE PURSER AUSTIN TALLENT
PARLEE GITGOOD STEPHENS PURSER BESS TAX LOR
MILDRED GIBSON WALLACE PURSER MILDRED TAYLOR
NOLAN GREEN GILLESPIE PURSER LEE TAYLOR
RUTH HALE WILEY PURSER MARION WOOLEN
MILDRED ATTRIDGE MARY RUTH FOOSI-IEE
MAURENE BLACKFORD MAGGIE RUTH GALLOXXIAY
MILDRED BREEDLOVE RHODA MONTGOMERY
DEAN CUNNYNGHAM RUSSELL STANSBURY
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BRADY ALICE DARXWIN
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PRESIDENT MRS W O HUDSON
VICE PRESIDENT MRS j T CRAWFORD
TREASURER MRS E WATERHOUSE
RECORDING SEC Y MRS WILL ROBESON
W A AULT F P DARWIN W O HUDSON
W C BAILEY H H FRASA S C STOUT
G T CUNNYNGHAM -I L GODSEY W F WEIR
The Parent Teach r A soclatron of the Dayton Schools was organized a lrttle more
than two years ago wrth a membershlp of twenty and has 1ncreased to an enrollment of
seventy Five It IS a Chapter of the Natlonal Congress of Mothers and Parent Teacher
Assoczatlons whlch has for nts alms and purposes To carry the mother love and moth
er thought mto all that concerns or touches childhood 1n home school church or state
to raxse the standards of home ltfe to develop wlser better tramed parent hood to brrng
mto closer relation the home and the school that parent and teacher may co operate rn
tellrgently ln the education of the chxld to brlng systematlc earnest effort to thus end
through the formatxon of mother s clubs and parent teacher assocratlons m connection
wrth publnc schools and elsewhere to surround the chlldhood of the whole world wxth
that lovmg wrse care ln the rmpresslonable years oflrfe that wlll develop good cltrzens
1n tead of law breakers and crrmmals
In attemptmg to reach these lofty ldeals a few actnvmes of the organxzatron may be
mentlonecl The purchase ofa Parent s lnbrary n1ne meetmgs a year devoted to ques
tlons pertalnlng to child welfare and one socnal meetrng the annual collectlon and dls
trlbutlon of clothing to children who would otherwise be unable to attend school an
actrve Better Fllms commnttee whlch has brought many good motlon pxctures to Day
ton mamntenance of a school vxsrtmg commlttee bringing the parents mto actual ob
servance of class room work bought books and school equlpment for both the I-Ilgh
School and the Grammar School
CORRESPONDING SEC'Y ...................,. MRS. FRED P. DARWIN
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FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS
Shlrley Player Planos
Pathe Phonographs and
Phone 6 DAYTON
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BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Ladles Mlsses and Cluldren s
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MRS E B ARNOLD
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Thomas Ex Moore D151 Goods Company
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Cut work m Dm ton speaks for melf
CORBITT S DELUXE STUDIO
827 Nhrket bt CHATTANOOGA
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Dry Goods, Notions, Nlcmfs Furnishings
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Statlonery and Twme
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Dry Goods, Notrons
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Nlen s ti XVon1en s Hlgh Glide Seamless HOSIEIY
SERVICE AUTO CO
For Servlee GIVE Us 1 Trm
Chevrolet Cars and Trucks F slx Tues
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Only Auto Vvreel er rn the Count
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Indluduillty lb Supreme
Dayton Mdhng Co
The Home Folks
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The Qlqhty Store
at the nght pnce Groceries
Dax ton Tennessee
H R Thomas 86 CO For Good Shows
Dealers m Smple and F1ncV Groceries go to
Confecuons Fresh Meats Country Pro
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FURNITURE CARPETS AND RANGES
XVe wmt every one m Dwton to
VISII our stoxe at the ewrhest possx
STERCHI BROS 56 CULVAHOUSE
618 Nlfxrlxet St DAYTON TENN
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BAKIN G POWDER
Cne pmt ofwater half cup of lard and
burner mxxed one salt spoon of salt one
quart of flour one teaspoonful of Up to
Date Bakxng Powder Slft the flour EWICC
vuth the powder make a hole in mlddle
Hour and pour the mrxture ln If mxxnng
as soft as can be handled do nat knead
at all only mlx well and bake ID 1 qulck
oven just as they are needed The qurcker
made and baked the better
For Sale by All Grocers
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DUFF BLOCK DRUG COMPANY
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The Graduatlon Glft IS one of L1fe s most Treasured Keepsakes
GIVE G1fts That Last
Our store IS teennng with useful and
beautlful graduatlon glfts we suggest
Witclmes Gold Kmves Pewrl Sautolrs
Scarf Pms Cuff Lmlcs Wrist XV1ICl1LS
Fountun Pcns Pmrls Vuntles
Gold or Sxlver Pencils Dnmond Rings Ivory Sets
The new Onoto Pencll Peslrl Bracelets Lmgerre Cl1sps
EDWARDS 85 LEBRON
We tell you the truth about D13mOHdS
Send for u catalog
In Buslness for Your Health
A complete lme of
Drugs Sundnes, Statxonery Toxlet Artlcles
Kodaks and Supplles Clgars and Tobacco
Prescrlpuons glven Excluslve Agency for
Speual Attentlon Nyal s Famlly Remeches
Take her a box of jacob s Chocolates recexvecl fresh every week
PARI-IAM 86 BRADY
Phone 1 46 DAYTON
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Remarkable discovery that cuts
down the cost of paint to ap-
A C 1 L. f- E h. proximately 9Oc per gallon.
omp ete me o veryt ing
Usually Carried by Hard-
A. L. Rice, a prominent Paint Manu-
facturer, has discovered a process of mak-
ing a new kind of paint without the use
of oil. It is called "POWDRPAINT",
and comes in the form of a dry powder.
All that is required is cold water to make
paint weatherproof, fireproof and as dur-
able as oil paint. It adheres to any surface
wood, stone or brickg spreads and looks
like oil paint and costs about '4' as much.
We carry in stock at Chattanooga for
prompt shipment zo colors of this won
derful POWDRPAINT Write us for
free color card circulars and price list
Campbell Supply Co
822 Chestnut Chattanooga
Say it with Flowers
The TOURIST CAFE oys
EX erythmg to Eat 817 Market St Chattanooga
ID a Sanitary way
WhOleSOIlTC HOITTC COOlxed Food F E R0b111QO11 Colajpqny
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Fresh Bread and Pres Dally
Yours for al ty
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GROCERIES AND INOTIONS
Department Pubhc Instru6t1on
ea County Tennessee
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Farm Lands City Property
Dayton s Leading Paper
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County Court Cle lc Rhea County
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When 1n Chattanooga Eat at
TI-IE OCEAN CAFE
Not the Only
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Powell Produce Co
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Poultry Eggs Butter
Feed and Fleld Seeds
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W T Broyles 86 Son
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SPCCl3l1ZlI1glI1 tlie W ants of students
Atnletic Goods Pennants Pillow Tops
Cindies Ice Cream Soft Drinks
Gifts for the Graduate Cut Flowers from oys
F E ROBINSON COMPANY
The Hustlmg Druggists
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Stationery, Books, School Supplies of all kinds
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150 Rooms w 1th Bath S1 75 to 53 00
Sun Parlor Wrrtmg Room Nmth Floor
We make you feel at home Nuff Sed
EMMETT S NEWTON J F DAVIS
Secretary and Treasurer Manager
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We Clotlle the Nlen
Young Men ind Boys
Pittern Hats and
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179 Nlwrlcet St Plume 53 IH lxhrket St Du ton
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