Russell High School - Pointer Yearbook (East Point, GA)
- Class of 1932
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1932 volume:
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Miss IYIATTIE RIICHAEI.
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l"mw'iIi' 1'.1'pl'v.vxiwa.' You slloulcl reacl more!
1lU1211,v.' Co-operating with students
MR. H. C. BRYANT
BS., linloryg lNl.A., University of Chicago
1"u:'nrili' l'.l'f'H'X.Y1.Ul1.' Too much talking in liere!
llnlvlvy: Playing golf
MR. J. R. CAMI-BELL
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llnbby: Giving tests
MR. B. B. FULLER
HS.. Georgia Tech
I"n:'m'1'lv c.1'p1'r.v.vion: All right, my usual alibi,
lloblwy: Collecting four-leaf elovers
Miss ZULA BELLE HILL
1:tl'2'Ul'l'fU v.1'pressiwz: Book report next week!
Ilnlwby: Moving pupils in Study Hall
MR. JAM ES T. MCGEE
.-XB., MA., lflnory
lintwrilc c.rprvs5imz.' Now, young people!
Ilobby: Coaching the debating team
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Mlss NIARGARET ALLEN
A.B., Shorter: B.A.l..S., Emory
Favorite m'1'rvssio11.' Throw out your chewing
Miss JENNIE ANuERsoN
A.B., Agnes Scott
Favorite expression: Fermez la houche!
Hobby: Trying to get students to correct test
Miss KATE ATKINSIJN
AB., Mississippi Wouteu's College
Favorite c.rprf'ssim1.' Now, Tanner says so and sol
lluhby: Helping others
F MR. C. BARRINGER
B.C.S., Bowling Green
. Favorite expression: Let's get busy!
Hobby: Making students work
MR. R. L. Bowtm
A.B., University of South Carolina
Favorite v.vfn'vssion: Get this, now!
11011lYy.' Coaching foothzlll teams
Miss RUTH CASEY
AB., Agnes Scott
' Fazforitc r'.t'prrssiun.' Students, hush talking!
Hobby: Being a politician
Miss MAUDE QIOLQUITT
AB., M.A., Brenan
Favorite expression: Act well your part-therein
your honor lies
Ilnblvy: Being so sweet
MR. L, L. Deck
Fawvrilc r'.1'pressinn: There's the door!
Hobby: Helping publish the ll'ildrat
Miss MARGUERITE Dosss
A.B., Agnes Scott
Faworite c.rfrc'ssi0n.' Now listen, children, I'm
going to do the talking
Hobby: Going to hall games
MR. RoY DRUKENMITLER
Ph.B., M.A., Emory
Favorite v.i'fn'z's.ti0n.' Sing it loud!
Hobby: Eating soda cracker
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AB., Cox College
Ifatvrilv !'.l'Pl'L'SJl'0lIf Decline this word!
llohby: Teaching Latin
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liiirwwili' f'.vpr'r's.cim1: Now, be sure and do this! '
Hobby: Teaching Sunday School iv ig A
Mlss LUCY FIELDS
A.B., HM., Bessie Tift
Iwzzwiritv 1-.I-prv.vsiuu.' You just got to pass it!
Miss Jon WILL HEARN
AB., Bessie Tift
FllT'0l'l'fi' v.m'ff1'vs.rim1.' Get in line!
Hubby: Giving demerits!
MR. S. M. HIEARN
Iiaiwritv c.i'pl'e.vx1'm1.' All right-All right!
llnbhy: Carrying a yard stick
Mlss EDITH HOPKINS
A.B., University of Georgia
l"a:'oriIv r.i-prrssimi: Sh-sh-sh !
llnlrby: Being quiet
MR. J. G. LEWIS
l!.S., Clemson: M.S., Mercer
1'itlT'lJI'l'fl' v.1'ffre.vsim1: Now, come on, let's
llnlvlry: Hunting and fishing
NIR. C. V. NIADDOX
lfawurilv r.I'f11'c's.vI'un: Hitch up the wagon!
1!0l717j'.' Coaching the track team
Miss Ocm MATHEWS
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Hubby: Playing bridge
Miss RIATTIE MAE MERIWETHER
'I'yler's Business College: Crichton's Business
l:t1'Z'lU'l.f1' v.i'fl'v.v.viur1.' Covers on the machines
Ilobby: Tapping the bell
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A.B., Agnes Scottg M.A., Emory
Favorite expression: By the way-
Ilobby: Getting advertising for Wildcat
Miss LAURA NEELY
B.S., Georgia State College for Women
Favorite expression: Seven cents, please!
A Hobby: Running the cafeteria
Miss EVELYN NORTHCUTT
Assistant Home Economies
G.S.H.E., Georgia State College for Women
Favorite expression: l know sumpin' I'm not
going to tell!
Hobby: Working l1ardC?l
Miss Lois PARR
Favorite expression: Hear me now!
Hobby: Using the red pencil
MR. WALTER F. PATE
Favorite expression: Say it quickly!
Hobby: Being oleasant
Miss MILDRED PENDERGRASS
Favorite e.rpression: Oh! Er!
, Hobby: Studying business law
MR. A. P. TANKERSLEY
AB., M.A., Emory
Favorite avfvression: Now put this in your
Hobby: Explaining Greek derivations
Miss KATHLEEN TAYLOR
AB., University of Georgia
Favorite expression: Solve for xl
- A Hobby: Driving her Ford
MR. C. W. O'REAR"'
M.A., University of Georgia
Favorite expression: It's a matter of indifference
Hobby: Directing baseball teams
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Faz'oriIv c.rpr4'ssion: Aw, Shnckins!
Hobby: Doing what can't be done
As president of the Senior Class, Malberry has
been not only a successful leader but also a friend
to all who knew him.
Fiwuritc v.rprv.v5ion: Don't forget Girl Reserve
Ilobby: Making friends
Dorothy's sweet disposition and winning per-
sonality have won for her the honor of being the
most popular senior girl.
Faworitv expression: Aw, now!
Billie is hard to beat. She has pep with every
step: winning ways with presidentsg and a host
Favorite e.1'1'rcssion: Happy landing!
Hobby: Breaking girls' hearts
His friendly disposition and faithful perform-
ance of his duty as captain of the football team
have won him the esteem of his classmates.
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M Amir A A Nc:r.eY-"fl nge!"
1"uz'0ritc v.rfv'vs.vi011: Gosh!
Zip! Bang! Here comes Martha! She is a good sport
and hy her jolly disposition she has won the hearts of all.
l:lI7'Ul'ifl' r'.rfvrr'.v.vi0n: Get the guns!
Hobby: Managing VVildeats
lf you are ever in need of help, just look for "Kellie"
She's a faithful student and a loyal classmate.
FU7'0I'ifl' v,rjvrc's.vio11 .' Is that so?
Hoblny: Playing tennis
ller winning disposition and loyalty to friends have
won for her the love and affection of her classmates,
Farforitv l'.t'f7l'!'5SitH1.' Hello, girls!
Hobby: Being witty in class
NVe shall always rememher him as one with few cares,
and a sunny smile for everyone.
Ifcworilc 0.1'fH'cssion.' Good garclenseed!
Ilolzby: Being witty and pretty
What's all that noise? Oh, don't get excited-it's jus'
lfileen. But how could we get along without her?
Farwritv f.rf1rc'.r.vi0n.' Dern it!
llolrbyi Going places
lidna is a quiet, unassuming, and modest student.
There is no one any hetter natured than she.
l7at'o1'it4' v.1'fH'c'.r5im1: ls he married?
There is no student more jolly or sincere than Edith.
Sl1e's a credit to our class.
X JAM 1-:s Bomxn
l7az'o1'itv v.1'p1'r'.vsim1 .' Find out first!
llobby: Writing notes to Nell!
james has certainly done his bit while at Russell. He
is deserving and will he successful we are sure.
l7az'o1'iic 1'.rfvrf.r.rz'n1z.' Oh, goody!
XVillie is one of our most modest students, hut what
ZI jewel is hidden heneath her quiet reserve!
Frworifv r'.rfu'v.r.v1'o11: Let me tell you!
llnlzlvy: Jumping rope
Nita is a capahle, lovahle friend, and a jolly good
sport. She will never he forgotten hy those who know
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Hobby: Going to East Point
Mary's sunny disposition and friendly manner have
won the confidence of all her classmates.
H. L. BRIDGES
liarinrifv v.rlv't'.rsim1.' Golly!
Hubby: NVriting histories
H. l.. is one of those ten-talented persons we often
read about and so seldom see. To his many talents has
been added the gift of making friends.
l"at'uriIv t'.rpl'f.vsion.' You know what?
Hobby: Wearing aprons!
Elizabeth is another quiet girl, but this only adds to
her charm. Her friendliness and sunny disposition make
her an excellent companion.
X ltliun' BRowN-"Mitzi"
1:tl'Z'0H.fc' 1'.1'fv1't'ss1'on.' Oh-you all!
Hobby: Football stars
Mary is one of the best-liked girls in school, due to
her pleasant temperament and true generosity of spirit.
Ahlixuv JIM BROVVN-Hfilllu
Faffurirv c'.rffrc.r.vim1.' Ugh, migoshl
She is an enthusiastic pupil and always willing to lend
a helping hand toward the betterment of the school.
l7a'rw'it0 v.1'pl'essiz1l1.' Doucha know?
h'obby: Throwing notes
William is ambitious for success in two great issues
of life-love and prosperity.
X HERMAN Bnsssia X1
Ifazwrilc r.rprcs.viou: Stop!
Ilubby: Studying about-?
Though Herman is quiet and reserved he has a spark
of humor and enough enthusiasm to make his person-
X, HELEN BUGG A
17m'brifv turprcrsiorz: Le's eat!
"To know her is to love her." Her sweet personality
and sincerity have endeared her to her classmates.
l.n.1.1E MAE Bviunaia.-"Kid"
linzwritr rxprc'.r.ribrz.' O. K.
How a girl can make so many friends and keep them
is an art well known to Lillie Mae: she is unrivaled.
lfutwrifr l'.l'f7l't'X.f1'0l1f I ain't ready
We know Hubert will be a great success in any pro-
fession he undertakes for he has proved himself to be
a willing worker.
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I:tY'I'tll'lft' v.rprvs.n'm1: just wait!
Hobby: Being bashfnl
X' Henley has the reputation of never speaking unless
spoken to: but when he speaks, words of wisdom flow.
Tofu M na CA M P-" Tom"
l:tl'Z'Ul'I'ft' t'.1'fU'e.f.rio11.' The very ideal
llnblry: Going places
Tommie likes to have a good time, but She is a con-
scientious worker also.
17a1'o1'1'te e.i'p1'fs.vio11.' Well, hang your neck out!
Ilolwlwy: Leading yells
An ecstatic giggle floats down the hall, then a care-free
squeal of laughter, and in breezes "Cat'n." My, how she
1:tlT'Ul'lf4' v,rp1'vssi0a1.' O. K.
lloblv-v.' NVriting notes
If you are ever blue and want sunshine on a rainy
day, just look for Ann. She is the life of the Senior
Fai'u1'ift' t'.1'f'n'.fsim1.' You find out!
llobby: lleing quiet '
Although Gladys is quiet, she is a very worthy student,
and is always willing to do her part.
Ifariorilc t'.rfl'e.vsiou: O. K.
Rachel, in her unassuming manner, has gone through
school serving where there was need of service. ller
quiet sweetness has formed many friendships.
Y AMY C1.Ecki.r:k-"Boots"
l"aI'o1'ilz' t'.l.'fYl't'X.YI'0lI.' NVhere's Rae?
llobllbvf Going with Rae
lIappy-go-lncky-that's Amy. She is the girl with
the pretty hair and sunny smile.
lfariorife e.rfH'v.vsim1: Ain't it the truth?
llnlrluy: Keeping words to songs
Mary is a girl who is sure to achieve greatness in the
world, for she has ability, ambition, and a charming
Y l7uf'o1'ifv t'.t'fl7'l'S5li0ll.' Oh, l know!
liebe's ambition at present is to continue her study of
music. Give her a problem-she'll solve it: a duty-
she'll perform it: a piano4she'll play it.
X Ronlalvr Coeiriux
I7ur'ori!v v.i'pressio11,' Jes' a minute, please!
llnlrlry: Getting out of study hall
Robert is an 'ideal friend and a good student: he gives
"Vf'W' , freely of himself and asks but little of others.
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Fa:-orilc e.rpres.viun: Oh, let me see!
Hobby: Going to picture shows
Her sweet nature and admirable personalitv have been
her chief aid in securing for her the love of her class-
ANNA Lou CoUcH-"Ann"
lia'z'oritv e.rp1'c'x.rion: Aw, shoot!
Hobby: Playing bridge
Whether it's swimming, tennis, dancing, or bridge,
Ann is right there. She's the best sport ever.
liazwzritc v.rpre.rsio1z.' I love you!
Hobby: Making love formulas
Durant is Russell's Socrates: his chief cllaracteristic
is that which is so needful in this modern World of
1Ttl'I'0l'l'fl' v.rfvrv.v.vion: That's nothing!
Hobby: Going to dances
Louise is a true friend and as a companion she is all
that can be desired. Louise can be relied upon to do
the right thing at the right time.
Favorite m'prcs.rir111.' Leave me alone!
"Janet" is capable and etlicient, and it is with assurance
that we predict the future success she so well merits.
X EARI. Drccs
Fa1'oritc c'.rp1'vssion: Tell the truth!
liarl has urged the "Wildcats" on to many victories.
We uish him great success in life.
liufwrilr' t'.l'f7l't'JSl.0Il.' Oh, it's wonderful!
Plenty of vim, vigor, and vitality-that's Helen. She
has an easy way of stepping into people's minds and
Fa7'orifr' z'.rpl'e.r.riou.' Really?
Hobby: Being pals with teacher
Evelyn is one of the most intellectual girls in our
class: she always knows her lessons. Luck from us all,
MARY Louisa li1.l.isoN-"Mary Lou"
lizworilv c.rl'I'v.r.rion: Sounds like Gypsy!
Hobby: Falling in love with preachers
NVe can all recognize the genuine work of this lovable
girl, and we know she has a bright, successful future
F1I'Z'0l'l'lf' v.rfvrc.rsiou.' Good gosh!
Hobby: Chewing gum
For an earnest reliable thinker and worker who is
dependable, we present Glennis. Gee, but we'll miss her!
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l7af'oriiv a.rfH'essz'ou: You'd he surprised!
As there aren't words to express our love for "Dotsie,"
we'll just give up and say, we like her lots-anytime,
X WlNroN Evims
Ifatioritt' 0.1.'f77'l'.Y.YlUl1f Find it!
N Hobby: Helping others with Spanish
Winton is a quiet chap who doesn't have much to say,
but when he does say it, it is always worth listening to.
Far'o1'i!c' zf.rjn'e.tsiu1z: You and whose army?
Hobby: Wielding her brush
"Franks" possesses an unusual ability to portray an
individual's likeness with a pen or pencil, and we know
she will have a successful life.
Fa1'oritz' f'.rp1'4'.r.rim1.' I don't know
Hobby: Being a Senior
Carlos is an expert sharpshooter on the riHe team. His
good nature assures him of a hearty welcome wherever
he may be.
1:df'0I'if!' c.rpres.ri011.' Wfhat?
No one can withstand this boy's pleasing personality
and air of quiet determination,
X 'l'n1z1.MA GEORGE-ullflfn
Favorite expremiolz: Wait! Lemme see!
Always waiting for fun to come around, that's "Pat"
VV'hat would our years have been without her? She has
brightened them for us.
FlIT'0l'ifC e,i'p1'r's.sim1: Hey, Pal!
Hobby: Winning R's and stars!
Neat, trim: a gentleman: socially inclined: a polished
manner: not too serious, yet serious enough: a per-
sonality: a smile-lt's A'Gip."
Fazforitv v.rpr'v,rsion: I ain't very happy
Wilma, we, your friends, hate to part with you for
you have a place for yourself in our hearts, and may
your wishes be granted!
7C RtXlSEVEI.T Gomsv-"Rosy"
Ft17'Ul'l'fL' e.1'ff1'r's.tinn.' Love 'em and leave 'em!
Hobby: lVriting epistles
"Rosy" is like a static machine, everything about him
snaps and sparkles. He has everything necessary for a
17at'm'ifc c'.rfu'c.v.rim1.' Ah, shoot!
VVe can pay Harry no greater tribute than to say that
he is a prince of a good fellow, a true friend, and an
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Iiaziorilc' vrjvrcssiori: Aw, there's so and so!
Hobby: Writing notes in church
Mary has won admiration by her admirable nature, her
willingness to help others, and her sincerity in all phases
of her work.
MARILLTCY HAMMETT-"AIIn Harding" Q
Fa'z'oritc f'.rprc.r.rioII: It doesn't matter with me
Hobby: Studying Home Economics
"You'll always find lzrr true and just,
A girl tvlmnz all will low' and trust."
We can find nothing to describe Marilucy more ac-
K CATHERINE HANN.A-ilSlI0fljV"
Fo1'ori1r cxprcssiozz : Heck !
Hobby: Working bookkeeping
Catherine is one of our most cheerful Seniors and the
weather does not affect her in the least: she's a regular
Iiavoritr' e.rf'rr'.vsiou.' Oh !
Pretty and Inodest, sweet and gay, bright and jolly
Faz'oI'ita exfwression.' My goodness!
How ever Christine may decide to spend her future,
we are sure it will be a life of unselfishness to those
X GENE HENSLEE-riRUd,,
Favoritz' c'xffrvssiorI: Sweet and ro-man-tic!
Hobby: "Sweet Williams"
ls it surprising to learn that she is popular with the
opposite sex when you look at those beautiful brown
Favorite expression: O. K., Baby!
Hobby: Going to shows
Frances' charming personality, strong character, and
loyalty has won for her a place in the hearts of all of us.
Favorite e.1'prf'ssion.' Cute!
Hobby: Powdering her face
"Hood" never lets little things like "marks" worry
her, but she is a loyal friend and a classmate who is ever
ready for a good time.
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Favorite e.rpr0.rsI'on: just a smile!
Hobby: Playing baseball
Joe has acquired quite a reputation as a baseball
player, and we predict that someday he will be a member
of the National League.
IR GEORGE HOWEl.I.
Favorite e.1'frrossioII .' Oh I
George claims that love is a strange thing, and also
that he has a liking for strange things! O. K., George,
it takes it to get along in this world!
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Hobby: Studying Geometry
It is hard to write Faye up in such a limited space, so
we'll just go to the point and tell you, she's an ideal!
Favorite c.rMes.vior1: Honey!
Hobby: Going to shows
The class of '32 is proud to claim such a member as
"Dot" for she is just the type that everyone loves and
Favorite m-prc.rs1'on.' She forgot!
Hobby: Looking out the window
Louise strives to do good, make good, and be good.
And we will say she hasn't failed in any of these.
Fawritv e.rprvs.rio11: I'I.L be there!
Hobby: Passing notes
A fine girl, a good companion, a wonderful classmate.
Always happy, with a smile for every one-'1'hat's lidith!
X ARNOLD KPIITII-i'D00lllulll5"
Favorite expression: "You sho is crazy!"
Hobby: Reading the funny paper
Behold a boy who never worries. He has an all-time,
ever-ready smile for everybody.
Ffworitt' 0.1-prv.r.rion.' Gosh!
Ilobby: Riding around in a little Ford
VVhen you want an all 'round good sport, we present
you Margaret-Russell is expecting great things of her!
1:ll'Z'171'ift? expf'cssiw1.' Sweet and ro-man-tic!
Hobby: Writitig essays
Surely none but herself can be her parallel. She is
cute, witty, and has adorable ways which charm every-
Favorite i'xfre.v.ri0u.' "Hon-ey!"
Hobby: Raving about-?
Isabel is one of the most loved and most attractive
girls in our school. She is a student of whom we are
justly proud and for whom we predict a brilliant future.
X FUTREILE LAND
Fa-z'0rilc c',1',M'z'.v.rioi1: Aw, you know!
Hobby: Eating sandwiches
Our association with Futrelle has proved that he is ll
fine fellow. He sees the good in everything and is a
A true member.
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llol1l1y.' Skipping tests
Fred is a typieal high school student and a trne sport
in every sense of the word. NVQ wish him the lmest that
ean he attained in life.
l:tl'f'0I'l'ft' t'.t'f'l't'.r.viou: NVonlcl yon like to know?
llolvI1v.' Teleplioningt Fl
liyelyn is an excellent stndent, a girl of high ideals
and aspirations, an honest classmate, and a girl of
l:tlT'UI'!ft' t'.t'ftl't'.v.vim1.' I ean't, honey!
llulvlLt'.' Breaking girls' hearts!
lien loves the ladies when he can and all he ean, lint
we are snre he sees other great things in life!
X lloitornv Lovi:-"Hal"
lin-zwrilt' i'.i'fvr'i'.r.v1'n11: Yon don't mean it!
llnlwliy: Swimming A
"Dot" is intelleetnal, a skillful artist, and an indis-
pensahle memher of our elass.
Fafwfile i',i'fvr'v.vsio11.' O. pals!
llnlvlvyu' Chasing hntterflies
lfnn-loving, care-free and full of life, Cornelia will
always he a sneeess.
XY'vxi:'r'l'r: MANN-"II 'yuu1'llt-"
l"t1:'m-ilu v.i'fvr'v.rsio11: Listen!
She is loyal, friendly, patient, and sineere. We hope
that her life will he filled with sunshine and prosperity.
X hYll.lil'R hl.XR'l'lN-MFG!"
1:4I'Z'U!'fft' e.i'fn'e.v.fio11: Aw, shnekins!
llolvlv-v.' Trying to tind new girls
.X lyoy who can overcome obstacles with :1 smile and
a Cheerful disposition cannot help hnt sneeeed in what-
ever he attempts.
l:tIT't!l'!lt' e,i'f'ri'x.v1'm1.' Are yon snre?
lithel's character is one that inspires confidence and
Irnst. ller kindness and sincerity have won her many
1"t1-:wrile t'.l'f7l'4'.VSiUlI.' Perfectly adorable!
llnlvlvy: Being stylish
lflizaheth is endowed with an nnusnal amount of hoth
hrains and personal charms. XVith a magnetic per-
sonality, she has won many, many friends.
jonx lXleL.xl'onl.lN-Ullmmvf John"
l'1tYT't7l'1'f4' t'.l'f!l't'5.Y1-011 : Get up!
Ilnlwlvy: 'I' models
Hrillianey may not he in his make np, lint when the
eonnt of sneeess is made, john will be near the top of
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liurwzrilr t'.l'fYl'I'.t'NflH1.' l'm here!
llobliy: Being alrsent
I.ueille eau take a hard hlow and eome up smiling.
Certainly no one has a hetter ehauee to attain her goal
ltflaiw NFfl.l. lNlel'nI-:asox-"film"
lia'r'nrifv C'.1'f77't'.tXf0lIf See Helen!
Sueh a charming smile eau aeeompany only a sunny
disposition, hoth of which Mary Nell will find useful in
l:ll?'Ul'fft' v.i'ffl't'.v.ri1m.' Hey, lloneyf
llolnlvy: Singing in sehool
"Laugh and the world laughs with youfu must he
Mildred's motto. She is a good student and a true
lfaroriiv t'.1'fv1'es.rioa1: je veux d'eaul
llnlrliy: lfating cake
A generous, lovahle, sympathetic friend. and an all
'round good sport is lilizaheth. Good luck, "lhhie." XVe
know you will sueeeed.
lir1f'oril1' c.i'fu'e.r.rim1.' "Oh, I'm Romeo's Juliet"
llnlnhy: Getting ads
"Not too serious, not too gay, hut a rare good fellow
when it comes to play." NVe know we'll miss you lots,
liu7'n1'ilr v.1'fu't'.rxi011: VVhat manner of dog is thatf
llolwlvy: Playing a sax.
Most of us will rememher Conway as a Chemistry
shark and as a saxaphouist. lle is a loyal and excellent
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lic1f'or'iIr f'Yl'f"'t'.YXl'lIlI.' Yes. l willl
He sees the good in everything and is one of the most
faithful members of our class. May the sun shine for-
ever for himl
l:I1'Z'Ul'lift' t'.i'fir't',r.r1'm1.' Mercy me!
llolvlvy: Following the hounds
A tireless and uueeasiug worker, possessed of tact and
initiative, together with a congenial nature that makes
it a pleasure for one to work with and for her.
X filitlktli-I Mil.i,.'tR MI'RRAY--"Gvm'tlie"
Iftrrorilf t'.l'f'I't'.Y.Yf071i just a minute!
llolilr-vi Shootingf ?l
The world's gaining a real friend in George, and we
will greatly miss him. The hest wishes of class of '32
1fnr'ol'ilv I'.1'fU't'.YSiUl1.' NVhere's Amy?
llnlvlwy: Going with Amy
refined and studious. Iler ideals, uohle
She is quiet,
lofty amhitious have endeared her to
- her classmates.
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l"ur'0rifc v.rf'1'1'.v.vio11: Blow me down!
For a character of fidelity and a disposition of love-
liness none exceeds this lovely girl-An inspiration to
all is she. '
linrru Bon NISISET-liffllbli
Ifawrifv e.rpressimz: ?? um
Hobby: Spending the night with Wilma -
We have much confidence in you, Bob, and if you
apply that vim and energy which is yours, the future
can spell only success.
lfarmriiv 1'.l'Pl'!'S.Yi0l1f Finish what's started!
Hubby: Working bookkeeping
John, we-'ll always admire you and remember your
smile. We all give our wishes of happiness to you.
lfarwrite l'.!'f7l'I'X.S'1'0III Find out for me!
Ilollby: Singing like-?
Did someone laugh? lt must have been Mutt. VVell,
our jolly senior likes fun, and we all admire her.
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17ai'01'iIc v.rfv'c.rsior1: Come to the meetin'!
Ilnblvy: VVorkiug with 1!'ildc'ut
We are sure such versatility and such spirit deserve
and will receive their fitting reward.
X Wu.iu:n'r OWEN
lfurvrrifz' z'.1'ffrz's.rio11: Good night!
l'l0l1Ivy.' Being quiet
Life has been good to Wilbert. It has given him ri
fine mind, and a pleasing personality.
17ur'oritr v.1'pr't's,viuii.' Great dah!
Iloblry: Driving the Essex
Jo's quiet and charming disposition has won her many
friends. She is one of the most valuable members of
the Senior Class.
GEORGE PIERl'E-HIJHIP Bit"
1:l1T'0l'l'fi' v.rpr'r.r.ri1ui: I'm here!
George is an outstanding student, at hard-worker, and
a good sport. He was always ready to co-operate in
anything the class undertook.
ELLA PEARL Pinson-"Ella l'ffppy"
liawnritv l'A'f7I'i'5.Yi0II.' That's not the true Girl Reserve
Ilobby: Going to Parry Disc
lilla Pearl's lovable personality and quiet manner
make it possible to say that she has no enemies, and
that all who know her love her. '
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lia'zwl'ilv r.i'l'rt'.csio11.' 'l!hat's cute!
Since Mary is so fond of stopping school, we feel that
there must be some strong attraction somewhere. Per-
haps she is making use of leap year!
liurwrrilv e.i'fw'vs.riou: l was scared
Ruth's steadfastness of purpose and untiring devotion
to all she undertakes will carry her far toward success,
and we all wish her a full measure of this world's good
IS Jr-:Rome R.xosnAr.E-"Jwry"
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Hobby: Driving an Austin
"jerry's" greatest pleasure in life is teasing the girls.
With few cares and many laughs, he has become a great
X Cu.xiu,Es lililllllt'KLu1ft'dlfft"'
l:fl'I'fU'fft' e.rf1l'vssim1.' l believe yon're crazy!
Ilolrlny: NVaitiug for -- at the drug store
He has been a star in Russell's football team. Keep
that ol' fight "Rerldie," and your life will be a success.
Ifaimrifr c'.1'p1'r.v.rim1.' Aw, go on!
llnlrlvy: Riding a Ivikvf
"Chuck" has taken all the dark spots out of school
life. Handsome and talented, be is ready to aid in all
l"m'w'ifv r.1'lu'r's.rim1: Oh, yeah?
"Ile-cky's" attractiveness, ready smile, and charming
personality have won for her a large circle of friends.
limtorirv v.i'ffre.v.vior1 : I dou't care!
llnhlvy: Playing the guitar and harp
This lad's optimism and ever-ready laugh have drawn
all of his associates very close to him.
I'.t1'Z'lH'lfC v.1'fv'f'.rsima: Do I like Tech!
llohby: Being sponsor of rifle team
XVe are sure the rifle team selected one of the cutest
girls in the senior class. She's a true pal, and admired
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Furwwilt' f,i'p1'f.r.vim1: Oh, yeah!
Ilolvby: Playing the piano
p She is capable and efficient. and it is with assurance
that we predict a future success she so well merits.
Lu.r.n-1 JIM Sra.u.l-:Y
lfutwritv f.1'fv'v.r.rin11: Oh, honey!
She appears quiet, but those who know her best say
she is full of fun and a true friend.
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l'iiI7'Hl'fft' t'.t'fl'4'.t.Vi1HI.' Yeill
Ilolvlty: jumping rope
llid anyone ever see her when she wasu't smiling? lt
is a great pleasure to know a person who, like Vehnae,
lfti-:'o11'le t'.l'fU't'S.YfUll.' XYhat are they doing in the war?
Ilolvlv-v.' Tasting lipstick
This fun-loving hoy is a good sport and an excellent
student. lle is one of the friendliest and hest liked
fellows in school.
1'lt1T'tPl'ift' t'.l'f'l't'XXit?ll.' l forgot, l think!
lloltlvyi Making witty remarks
Ruth's ready wit and cheerful personality are lights
that quench the gloom u'herex'er she goes.
I'11':'u1'l'It' r.t'frt'.f.vim1.' L'nknown
llfvlvltyi Taking l.atin
Coleman gets things done without saying much ahout
them, Ile is a good student and a valuahle memher of
l'ltlT'tll'fft' t'.i'p:'t'.vxio1:.' 'l'hat's grand! X
Without Lucille our class wouldn't he lahelcd thc
"hest" ever graduated, 'cause she and lter good looks
have made the class of '33 famous.
l:tI'I'tH'lft' t'.l'f'l't'X.Ylt7lIf Aw-now!
.X tpiiet, sweet girl and a friend worth knowing. She
is fond of dancing and having a good time.
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l:tIT'4'Vlft' c.l'l'l'c.v.viol1.' You wanna wear it?
lloltlty llumpiug telephone posts
lluriug his four years here, "Chee" has dahhlcd sue-
cesstully in everytlting from dehating to hreaking half
the girls' hearts.
l:tI'I'!'l'llt' t'.i'f1'u.v.vio11.' Save me that hug!
llnltlvy: Stacking dishes
"lx'urc t'Ulllf't7ltllll of tjlltlllfy, uoltlc, mid trite,
,I lvlcufy of :eil mid good .t'4'll.i'r, loo"
-that's our "Marthy."
l"tr':'m'ile t'.i'f'l't'x.viort.' I thought l would die!
lXlurriel takes life as it comes hut she tries to wrest
from it as many smiles as possihlc.
l"ti':w'ilt' t',l',"l't'.YX!itVlIf Uh, sugar!
lltvlvlyv: Ileing "cute"
'l'here's no one like Roy-everyone likes him. NVQ sin-
cerely admire him for his loyalty to his class.
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1:lI'I'IWfI'17 r'.r111'rssion: 'l'hat's odd!
llnbby: Seeing ghosts F?
The many, many friends she has won is due to her
jolly good nature, NVe know her future will be filled
with success, joy, and happiness.
l'il1T'U7'ifL' a.1'f11't'.r.riol1.' I donno!
Hobby: Making music
Charles enjoys two things especially: having a jolly
good time, and playing his beloved piano. NYe wish him
great success in life.
Faz'm'ifv r.rlv'c.v.vio11.' She's the sweetest thing!
Ilobby: Taking Home liconomics from Mrs. lilkins
Betty is one of the most intellectual girls in our class.
She is always the same no matter where or when you
V RAND0l.l'll Sl'al,l-is-"Ramiy"
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1 i' 'ing tennis
Randy holds a high place in the esteem and love of
his fellow classmates and always manages to create a
cheerful atmosphere about him.
I:ll'Z'tH'iI!f' r.rf1rcs.rz'mz: XVhat a pity!
Hobby: Listening to the radio
She takes life as it comes. easy going, hut still there
is her gentleness, her friendliness and her attractiveness.
by which she captivates all.
FllT,!lll'l'fC f'.vfvr'v.r.rio11.' I don't remember!
Hobby: Talking fast
Bessie is a hard-working, conscientious student. and a
loyal friend. Her ideals are high and her aims are lofty.
NIARY V. 'lil10BI.XS-uyitlfu
Faf'm'ife cxffrcssion: Isn't he cute?
llolwlmy: Going to parties
Mary is blessed with a natural interest in her fellow
classmates, and her affectionate nature has made many
X MfKRY Tnom.-is
1:t1'Z'0l'ffL' v.1'lWe.vsioz1.' Oh, gosh, can't I?
Mary is sure to have in her own heart the conscious-
ness of her duty well done.
Favorite l?.t'fJTt'.Y5l0l1.' My, me!
Ilobby: Transcribing shorthand
Doris has entered into the spirit of Russell High, and
her loyalty has made her one of the most dependable
members of her class.
Favorite c.rfWcssian.' Oh my goodness!
Hobby: Known by her dry wit!
Rubye is loved by everyone. She is always in a good
humor and has the unusual ability of making everyone
else happy too.
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1'-ll'I'UfIifI' r.rfl'e.v.vinr1.' "Squeeze ine!"
Ilolvlvy: lfating apples!
llow can anyone help liking this jovial, enthusiastic
hoy? It has heen a real pleasure to he in his classes.
Iiavorift' 1'.1'Pre.r,r1'on.' "Oh, mamma!"
llolrlly: Playing with dolls
Raymond has had a successful high school career and
we helieve that he will be even more successful in life.
X l':l.XYYNNli VE:Xl.E-"f.0llgll""
1im'w'ilc e.rlU'rss1'o11.' Yes, yes!
Hobby: Playing tennis I
lilwynne is an attractive girl who knows how to wear
clothes well. She is recognized for her style.
lftwurifu r.rprcs.rim1: l forgot all ahont it!
Hobby: Going to church
There is no Steadier student among ns tllan Nick.
Quiet, hut of a jolly disposition, he has made many
li41z'ur1're e.rfv't'.v5imi.' Aw, heck it!
llulrlwy: Driving 1'oadsters
For true love and amiahle disposition, we'll take
"Boots" at any time. She has helped to make R. H. S.
what it is today.
1:tl'I'I1I'fft' r'.rp1'e.vsi0i1: Aw?
llolvlvy: Having a good time
Ann is the truest sort of a friend: if you have heen
so fortunate as to win her as one, she will prove a
friend at all times.
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lft1r'or1'Ie e.1'presxim1.' Burn-!!
llulvlvy: Making sarcastic remarks
She has the reputation of knowing how to give finger
waves to per-fee-tion. Her keen sense of lnnnor and
jolly nature have made her a favorite with all.
lfu':w'irc e.rp1'es.rie11.' I haven't got my shorthand yet!
llonesty, justice. fairness, and kindness, are the
characteristics by which "Gerry" is known.
Iitifwriir r.1'f1rt'.rsim1.' Uh!
Little, hut oh, so sweet! She is loved by all the girls
and adored by all the boys.
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liawrilz' c.1'fv'vssior1: Have you studied chemistry?
Ilnblvy: Sports . .
ldell is truly a model student and her future will be
more than bright if it eclipses her past.
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F11r'01'ife c,rlv'e.v.vinrz: 1-li, bud!
Hobby: Making eallst ?J
"Bill" has heen a leader in a wide range of activities
during his four years at Russell. He is very popular
with the girls-especially one.
1:lI2'0I'lfl' v.rfv1'v.v.r1'of1.' Aw, sump'nl
This charming little girl is admired hy all her class-
mates. Her cheerful smile and winning disposition will
he great aids to her for future success.
Ftwnrifr r'.rfv'e'.v.riou: You clon't say!
llolrby: Playing the organ
Frank's broad smile and attractive ways have made
him known to all his classmates. We predict success
- FI.oiu-iNet: NVn.i.s
Ezworifv r.rlw'r.r.vim1.' Did ya know it?
Iloblvyi Finding out things
Stop, look, and listen, it's Florence. She holds the
title of heing ahle to say more words per minute than
any other senior.
liaiwrile r'.1'lvl'e.s'.rio11.' Aw, cantcha wait?
Iloblvy: VVriting notes to t?l
Harris is an athlete of no mean ahility but he is very
modest about it. He is a true and loyal supporter of
Favorite c.rff1'e.v.vim1: That's religion for you!
Ailene, the girl who is famous for her jokes in the
Il"ildcat! She works hard, laughs harder, and loves
Ifaiwriit' z'.1'pr'r.v.v1'o11.' Oh!
NV'e deem it truly a rare privilege to have one of her
personality as a member of the class of '32.
X FaANc'Es XVRIGHT-"l7r'anlc"
l7u:'m'i!e e.rftrr.vsz'o1z: Quit, Mayodelll!
llnlvby: Making candy
Frances possesses rare charm and lovely traits of
character: she is energetic, progressive, and alert in all
Iiawrifc c.rfvrt's.vin11: That's funny!
llobby: Working in the Fairfax
Ashfield has survived the test-he faces the world a
Finished product of Russell.
X Craunp: Yoiv-"Tandy"
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llnhby: Driving model "T's"
"Tandy" never lets work interfere with his having
a good time. He is fond of sports-and girls. "Tandy,"
we wish you great success!
1741-:write r.1'fvrc.vsion: je ne sais pas!
1'Iolvlry.' Studying French
Although Cornelia has been with us only one year, she
has been a valuable classmate and a loyal supporter of
the school activities.
t'fNot in picture.
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"All the world? it stage,
And all the men and 'wouzeu merely players."-SHAKESPEARE.
OR the past four years a play has been enacted by the high school class of '32, At
the beginning, the material consisted of about three hundred seventy boys and
girls gathered from East Point, College Park, Hapeville, Ben Hill and surrounding
country districts. An eflicient corps of instructors has given time and energy to the
training of these boys and girls in preparation for the parts they are to play on the
Stage of Life.
ACT I. Scene-Newer Russell High with its S100,000 addition, fully equipped.
The .boys and girls who were to be the actors in this play were assembled on the
stage in September, l928, and each was assigned his part. All had severe cases of
stage fright upon making the first appearance because everything was so new-new
surroundings, new teachers, new friends, and new subjects to be mastered. There
was little opportunity for any of the actors to take leading parts in school activities
in the first act, because most of their time was devoted to mastering the new studies.
It seemed a stupendous task but they all attended each day's rehearsal and finally
reached the end of the first act.
ACT ll. Time-1929-1930. '
After a short vacation the three hundred sixteen actors qualifying for parts in the
second act were reassembled and assigned their different pieces to learn, each more
difficult than the first had been. There were more new friends, teachers, and subjects,
but the actors settled easily into the routine of daily rehearsals. They had time to
take part in other activities-athletics, music, Hi-Y, Girls' Reserve, and literary clubs.
ACT III. Time-1930-1931.
Their number reduced to two hundred nineteen, the actors again crowded upon
the stage and received their parts for the "Junior" act. Some had become versatile
actors and were able to take the leading roles in football, baseball, and other sports,
,literary clubs, the band, and in the editing of the school paper. This was a difficult
year for the players, but they worked diligently, keeping their spirits up with the
thought that in the following act they would reach the climax,
ACT IV. Time-1931-1932.
At last-the hopes of the actors were finally realized as the time arrived for the
act in which they were to be "Seniors" They had been looking forward to 'this act
since the first day's rehearsal and now, the fact that their dreams had been realized
seemed unbelievable. They took the leading roles in all the school activities and had
the added responsibility of setting an example for the lower classmen. They repre-
sented Russell in the District Meet and on the athletic fieldg they sponsored the Senior
Play and the publication of the Russell POINTER, they held' offices in the Hi-Y .Club,
the Girls' Reserve, and the Spanish, French, and Literary Clubsg and, above all, they
loyally upheld the honor of the "Gold and White." f . '
And now, as the Seniors of 1932 leave the scene of their preparation for the Play
of Life, each will receive the applause of the world, according to the efficiency he
shows in acting the part for which he has trained.
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THE THRESHOLD OF LIFE
Unceasing, never failing,
We have come along life's way,
Hoping, ever wishing
For the glory of the day.
Life's flickering ray of hope
Is beckoning to us now
To strive, to win, to cope
And secure its fruitful bough.
Strong character and courage bold,
Long years of preparation
Lead us onward to our goal,
Past the milestone, graduation.
A t last we reach the harbor
Of the sea of love and life,
And 'we'll ne'er give up our ship,
But o'ercome old Neptune's strife.
Our happy days at Russell High
Will soon be at an end.
Success we'll gain--both you and I-
llnd merit God's "Amen."
Donoruv Esrlss, '32.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
JACK CLAY . . President
HILL MORRIS . . Vice-President
ROBERT ADERHOLD . Secretary
BAKER, MARY FRANCES
BAUGHN, EMMA KATE
BRACKETT, CoRA BELLE
CHEATHAM, CLARA NELL
DAvIDSoN, JESSE Lou
EMORY, LoIS K.
GARRISON, C. B.
GRAHAM, WILLIE ELAINE
GREEN, JoE PoTTLE
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Rooms 103 and 113
Rooms 118 and 119
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HARIIIN, INEz M'CELROY, VIRGINIA SMITH, LAMAR
HEARN, HARRXETT MIKELL, GORDON SMITH, RUTH
HENDERSON, MARIE MIKELL, TOMMIE STANFIELD, ESTOL
HICKS, BYRON MILLER, VIRGINIA STANLEY, LUCILE
HILTON, MARY ELIZABETH MILTON, ELIZABETH STARRETT, M'ILDRED
HORNSIIY, EDWIN MITCHELL, HELEN STEPHENS, DAVID
HORNSBY, RENA M'00RE, HARRIETT STEWART, HARRY
HUDSON, PERRY MOORE, MARGARET STEWART, SUELLA
HULL, FRED MORRIS, EUGENE STRIPLIN, JEANNETTE
HUNT, FIELDS MORRIS, FRANCES THOMAS, BLYTHE
HUNTER, PERRY MORRIS, HILL THOMAS, HINTON
IVEY, SARA MOULTRIE, SARA THOMASON, REGINALD
JOHNSON, CATHERINE MURPHY, CHRISTINE THOMASON, SADIE
JOINER, ALBERT O'NEAL, JANE THOMPSON, CHARLES
JONES, CHARLES OWEN, CHARLES THOMPSON, W'ILLIAM
JONES, CHESTER OWEN, VIRGINIA TRIMIILE, ELIZABETH
JONE, EDITH PACE, MARGARET TURNER, GLENN
JUSTICE, NOLAN PARHAM, GEORGIA UPSHAW, CURTIS
KARLICR, JOE PARRISH, JOHN VAUGHAN, JAMES
KNIGHT, MARY FRANCES PATTERSON, BRADFORD WALKER, CHARLES
KNIGHT, N ELTA PIERSON, FRED WALLACE, JAMES
KNOTT, MARY POPE, JOHN D. WALLACE, LEON
KNOTT, JIMMIE LOU POPE, WAYNE WARLICR, ALICE
KIDD, BESSIE POWERS, FRANCES WELLS, GRACE LOUISE
KING, EUGENE PURDY, WILLIAM J. WELLS, NIM LEE
KING, JACK RAGSDALE, FLORINE WESLEY, EARLINE
KIRIIOW, LUCILE RAMEY, SARA ELIZABETH WESLEY, MARY ELIZABETH
KIRKLAND, MARY RENOLDS, JACK WEST, THELMA
KITE, OSCAR REYNOLDS, ODESSA WHALEY, BESSIE
LANCASTER, IJJUISE ROBERTS, FRANCES WHITTER, ANNIE CLAUDE
LANDERS, MARY ROBERTS, MILDRED WILKERSON, ROSA LEE
LASITER, DOROTHY ROBERTSON, JESSE WILKES, EUGENE
LEDBETTER, EVELYN ROBINSON, GERALDINE WILKIE, WILLIAM
LEE, CLIFFORD RUCKER, CHARLES WILSON, ALLEN
LOMAx, MARY ALICE RUSH, CHARLES WILSON, RAYMOND
LOONEY, DORIS SALTER, JEWEL WITHERINGTON, LAVINIA
LOONEY, THERON SAUNDERS, CLEO WOMACK, HExIE
LOVE, LOUISE SEGREST, HOWARD WOMACR, LAWRENCE
LOWE, ALMA SIMMS, WALTER WOODS, JESSE
MANOR, YVONNE SIMPSON, GUERALD WOOTEN, CLAUDIA
MARTIN, M'ARY SIMPSON, WILEY WOOTEN, RUBY
MAYNARD, ELSIE SISSON, MILDRED YOUNG, MINNIE LEE
MCBRAYER, GEORGIA SISSON, WILLIAM Yow, WILLENE
MCDUFFIE, WILMOTINE SMITH, FLORENCE ZIEGLER, WERNER
MCEACHERN, CLAUDINE SMITH, JOHN
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
GRADY WHITE . . . President
MARY RUTH RAGSDALE . . V ice-President
RAY CLONTS . . Secretary
BARRETT MOODY . Treasurer
BARRON, J. W.
BILLINGSLEY, VERNA MAE
BONNER, J. B.
BRACKETT, T. L.
BRAND, R. L.
BROWN, MARY LEE
BROWN, ANNIE MAE
CAGLE, JOI-IN H.
CAMP, MARY WILL
COOK, J. A.
CREEL, L. M.
DUNCAN, J. H.
FAIN, T. H.
GARRISON, ELLA MAE
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Rooms 106 and 110
Rooms 111 and 115
Rooms 120 and 127
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HOGAN, JOHN WILIE
JACKSON, EvA RUTH
JONES, T. J.
KING, JANIE LEE
KIRKLAND, DAVID, JR.
MORRIS, SARA I
ORR, P. H., JR.
PEARSON, G. B.
POPE, MOLLIE LEE
RAGSDALE, MARY RUTH
SELLARS, J ANIE
SIMMONS, MARY FRANCES
SMITH, F. A.
SWOFFORD, EMMA RUTH
THOMASON, MARY LOUISE
UPCHURCH, J. D.
WOMBLE, W. C.
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ALLEN, M'AGGIE LEE
BARNETT, J. H.
BELL, W. C.
BOND, JAMES '
BROCK, MARY JEWEL
BURT, A. L.
COATS, MARY FRANCES
CONLEY, HUGH A
Cox, W. D.
CRAWFORD, RUI-'US LEE
DAVIS, FOY MAE
DAVIS, ERA MAE
DUNCAN, LULA LEE
DUPREE, LENNIE SUE
EIDSON, DAN A
F USS, MURIEL
FUNDERBERG, J. B.
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HOLLAND, ROMIE LEE
HOWARD, HUGH '
HUGHIE, ERNEST, JR.
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KIDD, WEYMAN OWEN, GERTRUDE STEPHENSON, DANIEL
KINNETT, M'ILDRED OXFORD, EUNICE ' STEVENS, FRANCES
KINZY, EDITH PACE, DAN PATTON STEVENS, MARION
KIRBOW, WINIFRED 0 PAIR, HAROLD STEw-ART, KATHRYN
KIRKLAND, GLENN PARHAM, FLOSSIE MAE STOVALL, LEWIS
KIRKLAND,aGEORGE PARKER, GEORGE STOVALL, IBOUISE
KITE, CLEYMAN PARKER, HUGH LEE STROHECKER, LINSER
LAMBERT, JOHN PARKER, ORVILLE SUMMER, JUNE
LANDERS, GRACE PEACOCK, HENRIETTA SUMMERS, LOUISE
LANEY, GLENN PECE, DOROTHY TANKERSLEY, INEZ
LARGEN, JAMES PHARR, LILLIAN THAXTON, ROY
LINGEFELT, HAzEL PHARR, WILLIAM THOMAS, ELOISE
LIPEN, ELIZABETH PHILLIPS, WILSON THOMASON, MYRTLE
LITTLE, GEORGE PIERCE, RUBY THOMPSON, ELISE
LIVSEY, CONSTANCE PIERSON, FRANCES THURMAN, NELL
LOMAx, LOUISE PLATT, FRED TOWNS, CARL A
LOWE, EUGENE PRICE, L. S. TURNER, DOROTHY
LYLE, BRUCE PRICKETT, THOMAS TURNER, EDNA
MAI-ILE, JAMES EDWARD PULLEN, MARY EMMA TWIGGS, PHRONIA
MALEY, .MAzIE PURDY, H. N. VAN NORDEN, MARIE
MARIJOW,'MARY PYRON, EDNA MAE VANSANT, HUDSON
MARTIN, OPAL RAGAN, HAZEL VAUGHAN, PAULINE
MASON, HOMER RAINWATER, M'ILDRED VWAGGONER, SIDNER .
MAYO, TYMAN RAPER, OSCAR WALKER, M'ARY JANE
MCCORMICK, KATHRYN RATTERREE, HAROLD WALKER, WILMA
MCDONALD, J. C. REDWINE, CLARA WALL, LEWIS
MCDONALD, WINIERED REESE, ANDREW WALLER, GORDON
MCDUFFIE, RALPH , REID, ARTHUR WALLACE, MYRTICE
MCELROY, RUTH RIGSBY, ELIZABETH WALLACE, ROBERT
MCKELLER, PAUL ROBERTS, GEORGE WATERS, DOUGLAS
MCKINNEY, LENIEL ROBERTSON, EUGENE WELCH, LAROYE
MCLENDON, ARNOLD ROBERTSON, KATHLEEN WHEELER, FRANCIS
MCPHERSON, SUSIE ROBERTSON, LAIRA WHIGHAM, MARTHA
M'CWHORTER, MARION ROBERTSON, MILDRED WHITE, KATIE
MELTON, WAYNE ROBINSON, JOE WHITE, MARION
MEWBORN, JOHN ROBINSON, MARY WHITl.EY, FOREST
MILLER, DEN ELLE ROWLETT, MARY WHITLOW, J. T.
MILLER, JIM RUPPERSBURG, MARY WHITMIRE, ALICE
MILLICAN, MORRIS SALTER, FRED WHITTEN, J. T.
MILLS, ELIZABETH SAMPLER, MYRA JOE WII.SON, JESSE
MINTER, SARA SAPPINGTON, HARRY WILSON, LOUISE
MITCHELL, CLARA SATTERWHITE, STEVE WILSON, MARGUERITE
MITCHELL, GERTRUDE SELMAN, JEAN WILLIAMS, VERNARD
MITCHELL, GLADYS SHEARIN, HYNES WILLINGHAM, MAY
MONTGOMERY, MER!-E SHEPHERD, VASHELL WILLS, CHARLES
MOORE, ERNEST SIMMS, EDWARD WINGO, GEORGE 6
MORELAND, WILTON SIRMANS, ALICE WINGFIELD, CHARLES
MORGAN, FRANK SMITH, BETTY Jo WINKLES, ERNEST
MORRIS, IAMELIA SMITH, HUGH WOMBLE, MTLLEDGE
MORRIS, MADALINE SMITH, JACK, WORTHINGTON, ARTHUR
MOTE, DOROTHY SMITH, PUGH WOODWARD, DAVID
MOYER, ALMA SOWERS, MINNIE WRIGHT, ANDREA
MURPHY, JOYCE SPURLIN, HENRY WRIGHT, CLIFFORD
NEWBERRY, JIM STALNAKER, LEXIE MAE WYATT, MARY
NI-IWSOME, MOLLIE JOE STANSELL, TOM WYATT, RACHEL
NICHOLS, HERBERT STEELE, HERBERT VV YNN, CHARLES
NOLAN, MARION STEELE, HUDSON YARBROUGH, MARY
NORTHRUP, GENE STEPHENS, MAMIE JO YOUNG, LOUIS
OLIVER, JOHN STEPHENS, MARY YOUNG, VIRGINIA
ORR, MARION ZAKAS, MELVIN
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HERE were many clubs organized in Russell High this year.
Their aims are to unite the student body into a closer friendship
and to promote better sportsmanship and social activities among the
The Girl Reserves is one of the largest organizations in Russell
this year. It is composed of many interested girls who represent all
sides of a student's life. Throughout the year, they have given many
interesting programs and sponsored many social affairs.
The Hi-Y boys have made wonderful progress this year. Their
meetings are held each Friday during the Military period. Many
interesting and varied programs are presented. The boys enjoy ban-
quets, dances, and other socials.
This year the Home Economics Club was organized with Miss
Laura Neely as faculty advisor. The aim of the club is to "Live
Home Economics." The meetings are held twice each month and
interesting programs are carried out.
The Glee Club, organized by Mrs. E. C. Curtis, has made much
progress along musical lines. The Club presented an operetta and
sang at the G. E. A. Convention in April.
Those who have won Literary "R's" for proficiency in scholar-
ship or literary accomplishments are eligible for membership in the
Literary "R" Club.
The Athletic "R" Club is a club composed of students who have
won athletic letters. It was organized for the purpose of promoting
friendship among the different athletic groups.
The Officers Club of 1931-32 is composed of cadet oflicers in the
Russell R. O. T. C. unit. lt was organized for social purposes.
Their aim is to promote leadership in the R. O. T. C. unit. A
These activities are supported 'by the supervision of the faculty
and the regular work of the class room.
HELEN Doksev, '32.
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DOROTHY ALLEN . . . Assistant Editor-in-Chief
NIALBERRY SMITH . . . . . Class Editor
HIZI,EN IJORSEY . . . . . Club Editor
CATHERINE CANTRELI. . . Jthletir Editor
AILENE VVOODALL . . Senior Editor
ELLEN MURRAY . . . Senior Editor
NIR. B. B. FULLER . . lfllfllffj' J1l1'i.vor
IJORIS NESBITT . . Senior Editor
IJOROTHY LOVE . . Art Editor
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NI.-NRY JIM BROXVN .
NVII.I.I.n1 XVHIGHAM .
QIAROLYN ANSIIEY .
CONWAY HIIZEl.I.E .
KEEORCE RIURRAY . . .
Mlss BIARGUERITE DOBBS . lvuulm Jzlvmn
MR. J. G. LEWIS . .
EvEI.vN LEWIS . .
FRANCES HODGES . bfenogzaplur
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W1LsoN CASH . . . Editor-in-Chief
JEANNE CRowE1,L . . :lssociate Editor
CAROLYN ANSLEY . . Mrznalgirig Editor
JOE GREEN . . . . Hihlelic Editor
EVELYN HANNA . . Business ,Manager
CLINTON BURDETT . . Hdwrtising MI17lHgFf
JACK REYNOLDS . . Circulation Illrlnager
DORIS NESBITT . . . . Senior Editor
CLAUDINE MCEACI'iERN . . Junior Editor
MALBERRY SMITH . . Make-Up Editor
H. E. SMITH . . Zllake-Up Editor
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GIRL RESERVES CLUB
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WILDCAT STAFF AND REPORTERS
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NIALBERRY SMITH . . Aiirnzative
MARY JIM BROWN . . Affirmative
H, L. BRIDGES . . Negative
H. E. SMITH . . Negative
Resolved: That the several states should enact legislation providing compulsory
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SENIOR SPANISH CLUB-LOS OBREROS
NIOTTO: M113 Alto
FLOWVERZ Poppy COLORS: Red and White
ISABEI, KILOORE H. L. BRIDGES
GIQOROE HOw1zl.I. JOE HKIRNSBY
CONWAY MIz1z1.I.r3 WILLIE BOMAR
JUNIOR SPANISH CLUB-EL DORADO
INIOTTO: TiFllIf7O Es Oro
FLOVVIERZ Yvllou' Raye COLORS! Green and Yellow
SADHQ '1'11OMl-SON EVELYN LEDBIZTTER jlsssra LOU DAVIDSON
XVI1,1,mM AI.I,EN Nm LEE VVELLS I':I.IZ.-XBETH 'I'RIMB1.1z
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HE football season of 1931 was the most successful in the his-
tory of football at Russell. Russell won six games out of ten,
and the team fought hard in every one.
The first game of the season was with Powder Springs, and Rus-
sell was victorious by the score of 7 to 0. This game showed that
the Wildcats had great defensive ability and that they had plenty of
fighting power in them.
In the next game, Russell whipped Fulton 6 to 0, thereby gain-
ing revenge for the beating which the Wildcats received 'by the hands
of the Fultonites in 1930.
In the third game, the Wildcats met disaster in the Marist eleven,
and were defeated 13 to 7. Russell played this game with several
hackfield regulars on the bench, crippled by injuries. However, she
was leading at the half, 7 to 0, and came near winning the game.
Russell next met Grifiin in a hard fought game in which she was
victorious by the score of 7 to 0.
The fifth game of the season, the Wildcats played Athens High
in Athens, in their first night game. They were defeated 14 to 0.
The Athens team was very fast and Russell did not gain possession
of the ball but very few times.
Decatur High was Russell's sixth opponent. This was another
night game, and although Decatur won, 45 to 6, the Wildcat eleven
was first to score on the Decatur team.
just one week after this defeat, Russell came back to give Barnes-
ville A.. 85 M. a trimmingto the tune of 27 to 0. A
R. E. Lee was our next game. It was one of the two rainy games
of the season, the other being the game with Powder Springs. The
result was Russell 6, R. E. Lee 0. '
U. S. B. was Russell's next opponent. This was an interesting
game because several of Russell's old players were on the U. S. B.
team. It was a hard and fast game which Russell lost 13 to 7, to
make her fourth and last defeat.
The final game of the season was with Commercial High. It
seems that the Wildcats are Commercial's "Jinx" for Russell is al-
ways the victor. The score this time was 17 to 7, and this game
brought the season 'to a close. '
CATHERINE CANTRELL, '32.
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COACH JOHN LEWIS issued a call for basket-ball players
November 1, and a large number of boys responded to this call.
Since the school had no court it was necessary to rent the Calvary
Methodist Church court in West End for two afternoons a week.
The season was considered a fair success under any conditions
but a great success under the handicaps.
Russell is expecting to put out a championship team next year as
she will have her own court and only two of the team are leaving this
Russell . 30-Gate City . . 10
Russell . 23-North Fulton . . ll
Russell . 39-Griflin . . . 27
Russell . . 17-R. E. Lee . . 21
Russell . . 17-Marist . . 13
Russell .' . 24-Fulton . . 10
Russell . 24--U. S. B. . . 15
Russell . 26+Commercial . 7 . 22
Russell . . 27-North Fulton .N . 24
Russell . 16-U. S. B. . . . 21
Russell . 22-Fulton . . 26
Russell . . 21-Newnan . S2
Russell Q29-Marist' . . 30, ,
Russell . 13-Commercial A .... 24
CATHERINE CANTRELL, '32.
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WALLER, WALT LEE JOHNSON, N. S.
SIMONTON, CHARLES O,REAR, C. NV., Coach
ELLINGTON, C., Captain HORNSBY, JOE
SMITH, WALTER GIBSON, HUGH
ROBERTS, ARVID CAMP, ELLIS
BUNN, C, L.
Front row, lcfl Io riglzf: Lewis Quinn, Walt Lee Waller, Charles Simonton, Captain
Serond raw: Walter Smith, Arvid Roberts, Howard Chapman, N. S. Johnson, Coach
C. W. O'Rear.
Back row: Joe Hornsby, Hugh Gibson, Ellis Camp, C. L. Bunn.
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HE 1931 season for the Wildcat baseball team was a very suc-
cessful one. In fact, it had the 'best record of any baseball team
that Russell has ever had.
When Coach O'Rear called practice a flock of eager boys
thronged the field. There were many good prospects among them
and from the beginning a good team was expected. After a few days
of practice Coach O'Rear selected the best of the crop, and a few
practice games were played. When the season opened the team was
hitting "on all nine."
The first game, although lost 4 to 3, showed that we could play
ball. Following this loss was a winning streak of seven games. The
outstanding game of the season was our triumph over Fulton, "our
ancient rival," by an overwhelming score. We finished with ten
games in the won column and four in the lost.
We were runner-up in the N. G. I. C. standing, and placed two
players on the all-prep team, namely: Ellington, pitcher, and Gibson,
Although only four of last year's players will be back there is
an abundance of new material which should make the team of '32
as good-if not better-than the team of '3l.
. 8-Chamblee . .
. 3-Commercial . .
. 8--Marist . . .
Russell . 1-Decatur .' . .
Russell . 8-Douglasville .
Russell . 9-Marietta .
Russell . 9-Newnan . .
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Russell . 3-Decatur . .
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ANOTHER year has passed andthe Russell High track team
is again on its way toward the top.
Coach Maddox had a large number of aspiring candidates to re-
port to him for the first tryouts. He hopes to build a winning team
out of the following: Reginald Thomason, Ed Baker, Ralph Giles,
Hugh Gibson, joe Hornsby, Bradford Patterson, Paul Glover,
Harold Little, Grady White, James Camp, Harry Stewart, Barrett
Moody, Homer Stratton, Ralph McDuHie.
The team is expecting to enter dual meets with the schools in
and around Atlanta. The team will also enter the N. G. I. C. and
Fifth District track meets.
Last year Ql931J Russell won second place in the Fifth District
meet. The 'boys entering the different events were:
OLIN GRANT . . . Mile, 440-yd. dash and relay
RODNEY GRAY .... Half mile and hurdles
HUGH GIBSON CCaptainJ T
Shop put, discus, 100-yd. dash and relay
LEYTON HUNTER ' .... Discus and shot put I ,
DEAN STITH . . . Shot put and high jump! V
JOE HORNSBY . . 220-yd. dash, pole vault and relay
REGINALD THOMASON . . 100-yd. dash and relay
EDWARD BAKER . . . H. . . Pole vault
RALPH GILES . .t Broad jump and relay
GEORGE HENRY . H. . . . Hurdles
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HE aim of the Russell High School Athletic Association is to
have as many students as possible taking part in as many differ-
ent athletics as possible. This aim is carried out through a system
of minor athletics such as tennis, class track meets, class football
games, class basket-ball games, class baseball games, and cross-country
races. All of these activities are under the direction and supervision
of some member of the faculty.
Tennis is probably the most popular of these minor sports. A
tournament for both boys and girls is held each year. The winners
in these tournaments meet teams from other schools.
The class meets in track, basket-ball, football, and baseball offer
physical exercise fox: a large number of students.
The cross-country races create a lot of interest in the entire stu-
dent body. Each of the four classes has a race and the winners in
these class meets run against each other.
It is the hope of the Athletic Association that it will be able to
build a modern gymnasium during the coming summer and thus be
in position to render a greater service in the physical development of
all boys and girls in Russell.
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GIBSON, H. . . . Captain, Company "A'
RAGSDALE, . First'Lieutenant, Company "A
WHIGHAM, W. D. . . First Lieutenant, Company "il
SMITH, H. E. . . Captain, Company "B
COCHRAN, R. . First Lieutenant, Company "B
PATTERSON, B. First Lieutenant, Company "B
SMITH, M. . . . Captain, Company "C
MURRAY, G. NI. First Lieutenant, Company "C
SHANNON, E. H. . . First Lieutenant, Company "C
PEARSON, F, . . . Captain, Company UD'
COUCH, D. . . . First Lieutenant, Company "D'
CASH, W. . . First Lieutenant, Company "D"
ADERHOLD, R. .... Captain, Band
MIZELLE, C. . . First Lieutenant, Band
SIMMONS, C. . . First Lieutenant, Band
Yow, C. . . . First Lieutenant, Band ,
COKER, D. . . Second Lieutenant, Band
GREEN, J. . . . Second Lieutenant, Band
MARTIN, W. . . Second Lieutenant, Band
LISLE, B. . . . First Lieutenant, Staff .
YARBROUGH, A. ........ First Lieutenant, Staff
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Woon, H. W. ............. Major
LAND, F. . . .... Personal Adjutant
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DAVIS, R. . First Lieutenant, Company HA'
STEVENS, D. First Lieutenant, Company "A'
HOWELL, G. . .... Captain, Company HB'
BURDETT, C. . First Lieutenant, Company 'B'
WALLACE, J. First Lieutenant Company "B'
TRIMBLE, R. . .... Captain, Company "C'
LEE, F. C. . First Lieutenant, Company "C'
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W. Washington Rd. CCA. 25225 East Point, Ga.
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PHONE CA. 2933
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We welcome graduates of Russell High School.
Your records have been gratifying.
Agnes Scott ollers exceptional opportunities in general college Work,
music, art and spoken English.
Its student activities are varied and interesting.
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