Rhea Central High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Dayton, TN)

 - Class of 1921

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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 GAC 7 7 , . . v . . Y . . . . . , 1 Q - 7 ' , 1 . 7 . , . - ec 77 Q: - - - - 77 1 , 6 , K 7 7 ' ' 7 ' 7 J J 7 ' - . , ' . 7 7 7 7 - . , . 7 7 7 7 - A ' 7 7 - 7 - - 7 7 7 , . . , 7 , . . , . . . . 1 , 7 . t .

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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 FIfTUEUUUUllfJUllUflGD ' D 9 U - 7 7 " "' , I, , K 7 L . 7 , 7 . 5 . ' - ' ' ' QQ ' ' 73 Q! , . ., . vw ' ' Y - ' . . , . . . . , . . . . K c . Y . , u . K 7 I , . , . l l 7 7 F Q T- , With the help of the faculty, patient and kind, 5 . . . , . - ? . . .57 K . 7 . ,, . . . , . J ' . ' . - , . 7 . . , ' 7 , . .



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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 I-IAZEL ALLEN UUUV llll ll ll lml YU . . . 5 . . ., . ' 1 ' , cc 1 vq . . . . . . f ' , f , . , Q, - . A , Y , x t , ,C , . l , , . . . , . . 7 7 ' , . , ' r . 1 . . ' I 1 , 7 ' ' ' A - C . , v ' ' 7 7 9 7 . - 9 As , . , , - , Or , g - ff- v Or ' ' ' ' : ' . . , . Or . 7 ' ' ' u 7 ' 7 7 ' ' u 7 , . 7 Y - Q' , Whlch she, wlth prxde, may call her own. . . . Y . . , . , . , ' 7 Cf 77 7 7 ' 7 7 ' v ' 7 7 , . , - - L 7 ' I , , , , . 7 ' N , Q 1 " 7 ' , v ' - v 4 ' 7 q, 1 1 ' ' A 7 A ' . . , . A ' ' 7 .. . - E ' V Y ee vs 3 A ' 9 . . K . v , 1 4 1 , . L x C C N 7, I A 9 - - , . , . . , 7 ' A 7 K 7 ' , . , . . ' , f 7 G I - T L L L 4 . L , . . , , . 47 L 7 C x B, va V 5 V 1 . , r . - . ,

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