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N QAIIORITERION 1936 ymzwl of STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL STATESBORO GEORGIA Lli Published Annually by the Senior Class Volume XXI FOREWGRD OUR SCHOOL DAYS will always furnish memories to be cherishedg so it has been the privilege of the editors to try to preserve in this CRITERION a few of these golden memories with the hope that in the years to come the pages may bring back the old associations and renew a flood of remembrance which will again bring happiness into the hearts of us all Miss MARY Lou CARMICHAEL DEDICATION ONE WHOM EVERY SENIOR MAY TRULY CALL FRIEND We bale bcvn rzcmls together In sunslnnc and in shade JJ! TO .. ff x f ' . - ' n , 4- ,", 4 M ,g f I' ff , NTENT FACULTY SENICRS CLASSES FEATURES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS ADSMZICKES . ,tu 1 . .,-ff, LJ -1' fr' ,,,--f' an nn.- L , , 1 . 7 1 . : ' i , 'ff' I f I f 1 1 if 3 5 i I S , 55 r an rf--" A' E -ffzzf - ww- 1-.."i I' 'N59' ,1,.." -WJ 4,4 1 -af' 'wx' Y!-7 1 , Aiwxw- .-,,.. 'sip . 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The days are bright when we look for cheer and sunshine. The world smiles upon us when we smile at the world Life usually gives back to us what we put into lt The real issues of life are our own making, and depend largely on our attitudes and ideals Our great duty in life is to cultivate high ideals and wholesome atti tudes toward the problems which confront us daily Our great task is to make our lives count for the betterment of the world in which we live, and this end may be attained by cultivating proper attitudes and ideals We should learn early in life to adjust ourselves to the conditions by which we are surrounded, and strive diligently to correct any maladjust ments Our lives are yust what we make them, determined by the manner of our living with ourselves and with others . . 0 . .. . . . . . . , T I . . . s V , awe. -, ffl - f fs- ef ,ffl 1 get ie- x - ' , , , a . fy- :cg-if 15. Nw. Wif-auf ss ' ' 5. - H. H5 f 4, - K' 'X 'fda 'Ig ,4 'wave at , ' '- ew- - 'i . gf-,Aw erf ffe? rzfxsm-.iwgfgwciy A 4' 2 3' V? wx l'1a"'l giesgkwgf 1?-wiv 4. 5,01 ,nur . "'-IJ si FACULTY vu U U fl, 7- I P FA "I wish that each member of this class may find a niche in life where he may render the services of a good citizen in a democratic society." MRS. D. L. DEAL, A.B. ,WM 0216, - ' U MARY ALMA COBB, A.B. "May the years ahead of you bring the fulfillment 0. otto that you have chosen for the class of 36.55. I ' Q47 Wav lf?-4 'T WILLIAM S. DEAL, A.B. "May harmony be the theme of your song of life." 24:42. IAQ VIRDIE L E HILLIARD, A.B. "I wish for each member of this year's graduating class a long life of happiness and success." ARNELL LEWIS, A.B. "I wish you success in every undertaking and happiness throughout life." qfww IRENE ARDEN "May the high principles and lessons taught you during your high school years be so indelibly imprinted upon your character that it will be as a beacon light reflecting its rays upon a darkened world." r Q Principal C. E. WOLLET, A.B. I wish for the Senior Class a one hundred per cent. graduation." ZXW l LTY 'May the 521 x May each Q' 5,4 B. A. JOHNSON, BS. "Remember there is no victory without labor." r . . BERNICE LEGG, A.B., M.A. "May you always smile at dimcultiesf' I J 1 H. M. WILLIAMS, JR., B.S., M.S 'Q '71 '49 "Knowledge is power, and power is success.' May every member of 4 L ' the class of '36 be a success!" ' - ,aj W " i V x EDNA C WADE, A B members of the class of nineteen hundred and thirty-six find happiness in their chosen walks of life." ADRIANNE WILLS, A.B. I "To yourself be true." ' 52244. NAN HUQKABEE, A.B., A.M. member of the Senior Class live his life in such a way that it will be helpful to others." ALA, Dean o Gzrls MARY L CARMICHAEL AB AM Always keep in mind that today decides tomorrow.' You are build ing the ladder by which you climb Build it well." MA K 'N l 5 Q' K S, Q 'iii rhfkn !g E BGARD OF EDUCATION A hfe of ach1evement joy servxce and success IS our Wlsh for each member of th1S graduatmg class -Jw!-'L sf aLVvcLAc.- AAA Education makes a people easy to lead but dz cult fo drzne easy fo govern but impossible to enslave ' K ' - -f J fy ' ,o. 'Q Ml' . A, 1' n--P cg iw F ,, NEYTJU' 2 ff A-f 1 Am SENIORS CLASS cLAss COLORS: Royal Blue and Gold CLASS FLOWER! Sweet Pea CLASS MOTTO: "Give to the world the best you have 4 the best will come back to you." WE HAVE RESERVED SPACE in this, the twenty-first volume of the CRITERION, for the publication of the list of those who have qualified for honors through the first term of the senior year. Those who have a general average of A throughout ghe four years of high school are given a Certificate of High Honorg those with an average of B+ are graduated with Honorsg and those who have an average of B receive Honorable Mention. It is possible that the following ratings may be raised or lowered by the second semester's work: HIGHEST HONORS ANNETTE FRANKLIN HONORS XVINONA ALDRED MANORA NEW ALFRED MERLE DORMAN A. J. RUCKER JURELLE SHUPTRINE HONORABLE MENTION MARY SUE AKINS PAULINE MALLARD 6 W JAMES ALDRED ELDRTDGE MOUNT LESTER BRANNEN GENE RU51-imc .qua- GEORGE PRESTON President V528 if CD11'l1'ICE S The two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. johnson. Mr. johnson is a popular member of our faculty. Behold, my lords, Although the print he little, the whole matter And copy of the father, eye, nose, lip, The trick of's frown, his forehead, nay, the valley, The pretty dimples of his chin and cheek, his smilesg The very mould and frame of hand, nail, finger. LESTER BEANNEN . ELDRIDGE MOUNT . MARJORY PURVIS . MANORA NEW . Blu. FRANKLIN . . . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . . Prophet . Historian 44- . Class Scribe ,V,, lull- Q' ' O10 fl. 'T in SENICDRS MARY SUE AKINS Entered Sophomore Class, '33, "S" Club, '33, '34s Assistant Editor Hi-Owl, '35, Glee Club, '35, Basketball, '34, '35g Cheer Leader, '35, '36, J. T. J., '33, '34, President, '35, '36, Literary Editor Hi-Owl, '36, Current Events Club, '35, Editor-in-Chief Crursluon. Entered Senior Class, ootball, '35, Music Club, 5, '36. AR Y AKINS F? ' ,WINONA ELIZABETH ALDRED f ff 9 Dramatic Club, '33, '34, '35, President, '36, Radio Contest, 'Hg Vice-President McDowell Music Club, '35, Harmony Music Club, '36, Assistant Social Editor Hi-Owl, '35, Assistant Editor Hi-owl, '36, Original Club, S. S. S. Club, '33, '34, '35, '363 Literary Editor Clu'rEluoN. RICHARD FRANK ALDRED J Original Club. V f 'v' ELLEN FRANCES ANDERSON Entered junior Class, '34, Basketball, '35g Cheer Leader, '355 Current Events Club, '359 "S" Club, '34, '35, Class Editor CRITERION. JA S WILLIAM ALDRED lift' Original Clubg cDowell Music Club, '35 g Business Manager Hi-Ow 365 Circulation Manager CRITERION. MARIE-.ANNE BLITCH Basketball, '33, '34g "S" Club, '35, '36, Harmony Music Club, '35, '36g Current Events Club, '34, '35. RY WILSON BANKS L .Wada ' tered Senior Year. SENIORS LESTER ELI BRANNEN' Original Club, President junior Class, Vice-President Senior Class, Associate Editor Hi-Owl, '35, Football, '34, '35, Band, '34, '36, Harmony Music Club, '35. ROSETTA BRANNEN amine 03 Entered Junior Year, Current Events Club, '34, '35. OLNEY L. BROWN ' P 49 JT Manager Football Tea , '34, and Basketball, '35, Glee Club, '35, Science Club, '31, '32, Three Musketeers Club, joke Editor CiuTEiuoN. DOROTHY BRANNEN Qdfulf? gA""'V""""" Entered Sophomore Year, '33, Glce Club, '35, Current Events Club, '34, '55, ROBERT JUDSON BROWN Original Club, Glee Club, '35. DORIS JANET BRANNEN ', J . blauad! E Original Club, Glee Club, '35, Basketball, '34, '35. EMORY BROWN 54pw?f520"'M' Entered unior Class, '34. LULA MARIE DAVIS Original Club, Current Events Club, '34, '35, Club Editor CnlrtiuoN. K f ,t Q15 ,Aur- wr' 5 7 ' A f Z- f 1' 7' t au 01" -A '- if R -av-A .af-NJ if 3, 1350, 1 1 ' ,lk- mav- 'wr 'Mi 0 s TY s Q55 '-"E,-Evil . . . 5 'ips ' 1' il SENIORS KXLFRED MERLE DORMAN V WLM, Qmwuf Dramatic Cub, '33, '34, '35, '36, Press Reporter, '33, Vice- President, '34, Secretary, '35, Business Manager, '36, Radio Con- test, '34, '36, District Contest, '34, McDowell Music Club, '35, Secretary, '35, Harmony Music Club, '36, Advertising Manager CRITEKION, '36, S. S. S. Club, '34, '35, '36, Original Club. JAMES ARTHUR BUNCE f' ' ntered Sophomore Class, '33. ' WADE CARLTON CARRUTH Entered Sophomore Class, '33, Band, '34, '35, '36, Glee Club, '35, Music Club, '35, Sports Editor CluTEltloN. EDWARD HAMPTON CARRUTH Entered Sophomore Class, '33, band, '34, '35, '36, Glee Club, '35, Music Club, '35, Sports Editor CRITEIUON. ANNETTE MOORE FRANKLIN ' Harmony Music Club, '34, '35, '36, S. S. S. Club, '34, '35, '36, Original Club, Treasurer junior Class, Business Manager Clu- 'rEluoN. WILLIAM DONALDSON FRANKLIN Football, '35, '36, Basketball, '35, '36, Track, '35, '36, Presi- dent Current Events Club, '36, Class Scribe, '36. MARY LINNIE HARDEN Q10 'Z Entered Sophomore Year, '33, Current Events Club, '34, '35. RUFUS LESTER FORDHAM st. yszfgmfb- Entere unior Class, '34. 41" M yur- A ,, i Q' ' ,j V 'sv ' f . f ,Y 0 ' ff' ' X, R si v ifsf, --s si Q -M-.VM f iw , -. s- "Q SENIORS QUENTIN G BRIEL QW-iw afuzg, Entered junior Class, '34. GLENICE VIRGINIA HAYSLIP ,bf-4,00 If Current Events Club, '34, '35, EINNI Entered junior Class, '34. GLADYS MARGAREE JOHNSON JKAQ71 Original Club, Glee Club, '35, Current Events Club, '34, '35, GERALD DEW GROOVER Football, '34, '35, Track, '34, Manager Track Team, '35, Glee Club, '35, Science Club, '32, '33, Current Events Club, '35, Ioke Editor Hi-Owl, '36, T. E. T. Club, '36. MARY HELEN LANIER N-l-QFHV Basketball, '34, '35, S. 5. S. Club, '34, '35, Original Club, Literary Editor CRITERION. GRADY ELTON KENNEDY Football, '33, '34, '35, "S" Club, '33, '34, '35, '36, Basketball, '33, '34, '35, '36, ,Track, '33, '34, '35, '36, Baseball, '34, '35, All-District Forward, Basketball, '35, High Point Man in Tournament, '35, Original Club, joke Editor CRITERION. ROXEY LEONA LEWIS Aa-AA, 0544-ff' Entered Senior Class, '3 5. I--I 'xi 5 qw. ,,,5f'+4 4, 4 . , 8 ff 3 .xn .gm ,X "ft - 'EZ- fp 'ef - v- in X ,Q .aww JN' Qs 1 -, -us 'Q..r' I Xa I?" hgllyligfl I -TSI an I V . an-2' wi..- . 14' "wg , ,, 4'- Irv' 4.7" , ,LL I "A, xfla' ' ani- JUWKEK 1 -501. N'0w -Q' R? 'cn' Gil-9. 'ATL' .Q-V 'K 3 if Q 'Q' 6 . ,,-ig Q ,ini 'HU' in SENIORS OTHEDRIS LOWE d?wwvL Entered Sophomore Class, '33, Current Events Club, '34, '35, Glee Club, '35. A WN S LANE ,Q - in - Jjbydj AMW. ' 3' 616 Original Club, Current Events Club- Glee Club, '35, Assistant Snapshot Editor CRITERION. MARY SXRTIN Science Club, '32, Basketball, '33, '34, '35, "S" Club, '34, '35, '36, Glee Club, '35, Current Events Club, '34, '35, Cheer Leader, '36, 'Social Editor Ciurmuorv. JOHN HORACE MCDOUGALD McDowell'Music Club, Treasurer, '34, '35, Harmony Music Club, '35, '36, Glee Club, '34, '35, Associate Circulation Man- ager Hi-Owl, '34, '35, Editor-in-Chief Hi-owl, '36, Treasurer T. E. T. Club, '36, Original Club, Photographic Manager Clu- TERION. NUEBE PAULINE MALLARD Q Z 7 G Original Club, S. S. S. Club, '34, '35, Advertising Manager Hi-Owl, '36, Assistant Photographic Manager CKITEMON. ELDRIDGE MELFORD MOUNT, JR. Entered junior Class, '34,EAssociate Sports Editor Hi-Owl, '35, Football, '36, Secretary and Treasurer of Class, '36, 1 LILLIAN MOSELEY Basketball, '33, '34, '35, Glee Club, .'35, Original Club. FRANK OLLIFF, JR. la-A M17 I' Original Club, Secretary T. E. T. Club, '36, Snapshot Editor CklTEiuoN. fl' 19 -U 9' 1' n .Qu .u bf' lf' l -A3 H' -0 SENIORS JOSEPH GORDON PARKER Band, '35, '36, LILA MAE NESMITH d6L,7rMu. 71 flmiztl Entered Junior Year, Current Events Club, '34, '35. FLOYD PEARSON ,Z zZ,.....f-LJ Science Club, '30, E315 Baseball, '32, Cartoonist of Cnn'EiuoN. MANORA NEW .' 3 Secretary Current Events Club, '34, '35, Debating, '36, His- torian, '36. GEORGE B. PRESTON ELO . . C4-1 Football, '33, '34, '35, Captain, '35g'Basketball, '35, '36, Busi- ness Manager Hi-Owl, '34, '35: President Senior Class, '35, '36. " ' MARJORY PUR IS ' 7757-71 ,,. ,, 3 Original Club, lee lub, 35, Basketball, '33, '34, Captain Team, '35, Class Prophet, '36. BURTON HUGH RAMSEY 3,-1,..,1 Football, '33, '35, Manager, '34, Tug, '35, Glee Club, '35, Debating Team, '36, Sports Editor Hi- wl, '36, T. E. T. Club, '36, Associate Editor CRITEKION. GENE STRATTON RUSHING -haul, S. S. S. Club, '35, '36g Vice-President Current Events Club, '35g Class Editor CKITERION. 'M . T 1 ' if -v Xi w V", 'G' 'X '-",! X f s va' 'CY35 . 4' -I r 11 but 1- 61 W ff N I j' H' aff' Q0 'C' .. I xt , E 4 'Nur 1 x ik ,.5a,t',l 4 'EWR' 91, 0 ? ...LL SENIORS WILLIE JURELLE SHUPTRINE Basketball, '34, '35, Literary Editor Hi-Owl, '35S S- S- 5- Club, '34, '35, Harmony Music Club, '35, '36, "5" Club, '34,,'35i Secretary junior Class, '34, '35, Original Club, Art Editor Cm'rExuoN. . HAROLD PERMAN RIMES A41! Qymuv Original Club. BLANCI-IE SMITH gfswf-44 Afwzz Current Events Club, '34, '35, Original Club. VIRGIL ROBINSON my Original Club, Football, '35. NORA BOB SMITH Harmony Music Club, '32, '33, '34, '35, '36, Secretary, '33, Current Events Club, '34, '35, Glee Club, '35, Cheer Leader, '36, junior Advertising Manager, '35, Social Editor Hi-Owl, G' Q A--Y' ' 'fl' ,' M.- cial. W 'Fr P '36, J. T. J., '33, '34, Vice-President, '35, '36, Advertising Manager CrurEmoN. - RUEBEN ROSENBERG J., Entered Senior Class, 'HZ RUTH VIRGINIA STRANGE 43:23 111: 1. Entered junior Class, '34, Bar etball, '34. ANDREW JACKSON RUCKER Entered Freshman Class. SENIORS EMING S UMAN Football, '12, Club, '14, 'sn O Circulation Manager CIUTEMON. JEWEL GRACE STRANGE riginal Clubg Entered junior Yearg Basketball, '35g Cur ent Events Club, '34 '35 ELSIE EVELYN WARNOCK lcfbfmul Entered junior Cl.-ssg Current Events Club, '34, '35. B. W. SI-IELLNUTT Circulation Manager Hi-Owl, '36. WILLIAM OSBORNE SNEED Entered junior Class, '3i4g Band, '35, '36g Harm Club, '3s, 'J6. ELISE WATERS ony Music Entered junior Yearg Current Events Club. ALLEN RAPNELL Entered junior Class, '34. , ,ggi 22 hw 'W .f"""' W lv 'v lv' Q, 115 ps .al-f" ai" 'lil , .3511- ufiiwy R JOYCE WEST Cu rent vents Club, Original Club, 2'-,rv CECIL WILLIAMSON WATERS fr-inf" . X Football, '34, '35g Track, '34, '35, '36g Dramatic Club, '31, '3Zg President Current Events Club, '35, '36g President T. E. T. Club, 'Jog Assistant Snapshot Editor CRI- TERION. History BACK IN THE FALL OF 1925 an eager band of youngsters approached the first grade room with all the awe that Alice must have felt as she followed the white rabbit into the intricate mazes of a true Wonderland. .- Possibly they were just as dazed by their rapid introduction Y, 5- to the new round of school life as Alice was by her rapid fall I down the rabbit hole. However they soon felt the thud which proved they had landed in a world so different that the only --A -. fi D I fn I u - ft! V mu ,fa I "i1 , ,lQ1T g 1,nAE1A3 x K gnaaii 'xx ... ': f-'iT"" Q thing to do was to become adjusted as soon as possible. Q-E C 3' ..- .- Q. o 2 D FV :r 'na :r 53 W : o P91 ill 0 5 5-1 0 P9 :r- O M--.fe or-:Do Sand 56 ng:- :r' L2 22"-E o 503."""5- :s-gba" ra-Dorf' .-.8,'?,,Q' O N mast o gi :Fog 23410 Q00-ro HEMQ' to 50 We? gg-1:3 Q-Hg-rv nm E' warg 505: X421-ng HD'-. o :sm -i-2 53 5 wgbeo. 5' s-v 1 E: sims 0 30'-11" P.-,Revo I V aa 5 Q- F' 3' ro D .3 5 rw ET aa FY fi. 'Q -vs 9.- '5- 5. D UQ 2 ro '1 rn FY 'J' rn Q- O O 'Y vi 0 -+1 vm 'U fl- 5. 'IQ NIGX-1324 I ll ou umluv f 73N T. l 2 nl -4 3 T 4 ,E 1 ft , , Reading and English. qfl- li ,N i When we reached the third grade we found, as Alice did, a small door behind a low curtain. We saw written on this door Geography. We tried the little golden key to the lock and found to our great delight it fitted! At Hrst the passage in the hole took from a labeled bottle with the words "Drink Me." We indeed had to drink fast and to our of Geography was small and the Hrst doses taken made us feel very small like the doses poor Alice I astonishment we soon found ourselves growing larger in that knowledge. As we reached the Hfth grade we had grown so tall m henghr and knowledge that at trmes we began to shed tears regrettmg our prrmary days We drd not shed enough tears however to swrm nn luke Ahce because we knew that we stall had harder subjects to conquer Whxle nn the slxth grade we looked as nf we were all astomshed dumbfounded ammals of Wonderland gathered around Mnss Sallxe f Z lnstemng to her wrld adventurous tales Drawmg near the end of the seventh grade we grew as large as Alnce dld whale vxsxtmg Wonderland s Rabblt home We felt that all we had to do to get control of all was to stretch our arms and grab We soon began to shrmk Q A 5 1' awe -5 X 1 f"N4 'X l Z-N Rf! ' QC agam when we stumped on Algebra W X had to go to the wnse to seek advrce so X i we m1ght know whxch way to turn nn il! the hall of knowledge Our advnce proved about as successful to us as Alxces drd from the caterprllar We began to feel our natural selves agam when we were mtroduced to Scnence We nursed nt and cared for nt as Alxce cared for the baby of the Duchess whxle plates and dxshes crashed about her After carmg for nt fm 91 so tenderly many of our grades turned out as Alnce s baby a pxg Q . .. , . I' 1. 3 'i w' fy!! f I . . . e X Q , X3 . - f , ,ii . , . . ' ax ibn -1' kim I I . ' ' N , Xa - s, . A ' - 7 ' ' Wx ..4'x ' - - - i I gk L , . c 1 ? ,s 5' 4 ,ag s , . 2 - k,,qfi.f . ---- as l f N-'Af , 1 f f A " ' ' W V 'j,,, 'X , ' v' . . . ' Q O U Q E . . . ' vb If N S ' 2 .3 Y . . Q7 152:17-i--H . ... . . 1 1 -' fe ff 'Y ' 'o , ax - XX W . , i . . . . "AZ . ' mi at A c A X fb xv W J 914 ill? ,...- K lffggili, ' C Y F x JU' QAM, Curtns served as our Dormouse throughout our hugh school days always seemmg asleep and wakmg up too late and ask mg unheard of questxons ? - ' As we approached the problems of Government and Geom etry rn the jumor year we sometnmes felt as Ahce must have when she had her xllummatmg expernences w1th the Cheshnre Cat Sometxmes we were there and sometxmes we weren t' At least the answer seemed to dxsappear as completely but we really dad try to keep the grm However much we hammered away at each day s tasks nt seemed there was always more to do and before we were half through we felt that we were f- hterally drowned ln a sea of work a S fx SK The latter part of our semor year f ? was Ahces Mad Tea Party e H . ,Li Sig' made great haste to brmg all Hnstory notebooks and Enghsh notebooks to a close 03 Whrle attendmg banquets and enyoymg other semor actnvmes we were remmded of fl .Kr 8- the partnes that Alnce attended of the Kmg and ueen of Hearts of Wonderland George acted as the Whnte Rabbnt blowmg the trumpet and callmg our attentxon to the most xmportant actnvltnes takmg place Our school days are about to end as d1d Alxces dream just hke a mass of cards all trymg to draw the rmght one to wxn the battle of lrfe Howes er we don t mtend to let xt end m confusxon for we hope to brmg our won dermgs nn the Wonderland of knowledge to a happy conclusnon and with our dnplomas actually be A dream come true' -fRP' Prophecy WHAT DOES MY HA D L FOR THE CLASSNOFTEIJIU POR FIFTEEN LONG YEARS I had l1ved m dreams of the dear old days at Statesboro Hrgh and the frlends I knew there One ramy afternoon mn the wmter of 1951 as I sat musmg xt was easy enough to drlft away xnto a lrfe hke dream whnch recalled the fam1l1ar faces of the class of 36 Dr1v1ng lensurely along through the mountams of North Carolma I came to a small exclusxve hotel Feelmg somehow drawn toward the lovely httle place I parked and strolled 1nto the lobby Imagxne my surprlse to find the two clerks on duty who mlght have been pos1ng for some haberdashery ad-so styhsh was the1r appearance to be Olney Brown and Gerald dj I Groover Before my breath returned I found bowmg before me 2 our old Jamtor nm He told me Lrlhan Mosely had just arrnved W r and after a gratlfymg talk over old t1mes she and I declded to 54- travel on together Before leavmg however we all had a long talk and I found out a few thmgs I had not known about some of our classmates It seems that Mary and New York and had the able asslstance of Marne Anne and Ruth 1n servmg the c1ty s soclety leaders Also located 1n New York were urelle and Iames who had become head surgeons 1n the Bellv1ew Hosp1tal Competent nurses on the staff there were Annette Gene and Alfred Merle When we finally tore ourselves away from our comfortable surroundmgs we must have rushed away down the mountamsnde wlth too much enthus1asm for to our horror we were soon pnled up on the mountamsrde trymg to extrlcate ourselves from what turned out to be a rather dangerous wreck At any rate we were threatened by the other autolsts mvolved wnth a heavy damage sult so we began to look around for lawy rs A passxng car happened to contarn an old fr1end who was now Judge B H Ramsey of Ph1ladelph1a After an mvestrgatlon he as sured us our mterests would be cared for by hrs law Hrm whlch also contanned as members Col George Preston and Senator Frank Olhff Thankmg our lucky stars that we were unhurt and able to go on we stopped ln the next large town for new dresses smce we felt we showed the ravages of the trxp too much to go on Walkmg up the ma1n street and wondermg wh1ch shop to enter we saw the famnlrar names Akxns and Smlth Of course our cur1os1ty led us straight xhto the presence of Mary Sue and Nora Bob W 1th all thelr old trme pep they went to work to make us presentable As If was nearmg closlng trme we wanted for the proprletors to accompany us Nora Bob sa1d she would dr1ve as she had a surprxse for us As we drove down a lovely shady street she slowed down before a pretty bungalow where a woman and man were seated 1n a lawn swrng We joyfully recogmzed Wmona and as we hurrled to greet her and her husband we felt her welcome even before she 1n I vxted us to stay some days Wxth her For the even1ng s enter 4' 'J 5 so i .- A . . Q1 Q . I S' ' 1 Frances had become joint proprietors of the "El1te Beauty Shop" in 1 1 - ' . . J . - . . , . I Prophecy tamment she carrxed us to hear Ray Akxns and h1s dance orchestra W were dellghted to find Ray had won the radno dnstmctxon wh1ch m hrgh school days had belonged to Wayne Kmg Wxth hrs orchestra Dons Brannen starred as a tap dancer The next day as we pourneyed along toward Washmgton we were attracted toward what seemed to be a mammoth demonstrat1on for such a small v1l lage Frantlc shouts mmgled w1th the musxc of the band and we motxoned to one Slde to make way for the process1on Wh1ch to our amazement was headed by the Hon Vlfgll Roblnson candxdate for governor of V1rg1n1a We finally managed to secure a word wnth hrs campalgn managers B W J Gordon and Rueben They were so exclted over the seemmg success of thelr campalgn that our conversatlon was far from sat1sfactory Rxdlng along through another small V1rg1n1a town I was at tracted by a sxgn Wh1ch read Floyd Pearson Pamless Dentlst Teeth Extracted as You S1t I declded to consult Dr Pearson about some work I needed to have done and was met and efliclently cared for by hrs office nurse Helen Lamer At the stenographer s desk sat Ehse and she told us Lester B1ll and Emory were also famous dentxsts and people came for mlles to enjoy the1r Work Next day as we entered Washmgton we passed a large alrport whxch we later learned was run by Marxe and Joyce who were both accom pllshed av1ators Gomg on 1nto Washmgton we regxstered at a hotel encountered Pauhne who was there wlth her husband who had come to Washmgton to serve on some adv1sory commxttee con nected wxth Cuban affa1rs A lnttle later as we wandered rather diy I annlessly through the zoo We came face to face wlth Curtls who was now head ammal tamer Durmg the evemng It was our pleasure to wltness an ex Q h1b1t1on performance by some famous Olymplc stars Elton Q and R L were stnll leaders 1n the lugh d1v1ng L Havmg seen so many of our frxends Lxlllan Paulme and I decrded to have Ray s Orchestra come up for an evemng and we d have a brg i.H'---- Alumm at the Mayflower Hotel It was necessary to use the rad1o to reach some of our classmates but we stopped at nothmg to make It At last the great day arrlved and what a thrxll to see all the old faces agam' Even Mnss Mary Lou was prevalled upon to come up and lead the grand march It was truly a gala affanr As the notes of the orchestra playmg a plann t1ve melody as a farewell seemed to grow d1m and hazy I gradually came to myself and found that I had been asleep 1n my I cha1r for an hour and my own radlo was furmshmg the musxcal sett1ng for my dream . . . . . e - 1 , . ., - , l 0 . . . U . . v - s 1 1 . ,, . . , , 1 ' A 1 '-1 ' 11 ' ,I ' .i . , . , - I? and started out to see the sights. At the Congressional Library we JI - ' - . i . . n . , . 7 i ! Y y , . , . L- . I . 52-11- A Q u , . . - 1 ' 1:2 ggi -- Class Wlll We the Semor Class of 36 bemg of sound mmd and dlSp0Sll'lg memory realxzmg that we are abou.: to pass from the stage of actxon mto reallsm unknown and knovsxng that as presently there shall be a dnssolutxon of thus body xt IS meet and proper that we make thls dnsposltxon of our valuable assets and we do declare and publ1sh this as our last wnll and testament hereby revokmg and annullmg all former w1lls and declarmg that we wxll never make another Arfzele One To our beloved Supermtendent and Faculty whose advxce examples and fa1thful care have made posslble such measures of success as we have accomplrshed we bequeath the love and apprecla tlon of grateful hearts Into thexr hands a great trust was commntted and to nts keepmg they were ever faxthful Arflcle Two To Mlss Mary Lou we bequeath the profound admxratxon and ever endearmg frxend shnp of the class of 36 Arfzele Three To the football team of next year vse wrll the ablllty of George Preston and to the basketball team we wnll Elton Kennedy s abnllty Article Four To Alma Mount we w1ll Alfred Merle s gxft of gab Arfzele Five To anybody who needs xt we w1ll Flemxng Shuman s bluff Apply early to avold the rush Arhcle Six 1mm1e Bunce w1lls h1s popularnty and loudness Qboth ent1rely xmagmaryj to J Brant ley Johnson Artzrle Sezen To the umor Class we wnll any overlooked cuds of gum we may have left adher1ng to the underslde of desks bamsters assembly seats or any lnkely or unllkely places Arizele Ezgbf James Aldred bemg now m hrs second chxldhood does wnll and bequeath to Gene L Hodges hxs abxlxty to translate French Arfzcle Nine Marxe Anne Blxtch does hereby w1ll her glasses to Emolyn Ramey who has weakened her eyes by mcessant study Arlzcle Ten Jurell Shuptrme s t1tle of M1ss Semor we wnll to Mlss umor Arfzcle Elezen The excess knowledge of Annette Franklm and Manora New we w1ll to Ann Elxzabeth Sm1th Article Twelve The hrgh C vonces of Marne Davxs and Mary Martm we wxll to Frances Deal and Betty Sm1th Arfzcle Thrrteen The large amount of space taken up by Curtrs when sxttmg we wrll to the first ten jumors who apply for lt Article Fourteen The habxt of Horace McDougald always havmg an empty gasolme tank we wnll to Dean Anderson Article Fifteen The lxberahty of Frank Aldred R L Fordham and Emory Brown we wall to Homer Blltch James Thayer and H P Jones Artzele Szxteen We appomt Gerald Groover custod1an of our remannmg property wnth the prrvxlege of dnsposmg of any further belongmgs of ours wh1ch we may have overlooked m our maddenmg haste Slgned sealed and publxshed by the Semor Class of 36 as IIS last wnll and testament m the presence of the undersxgned witnesses who subscrnbe thexr names m the presence of the testator Scrzbe BILL D FRANKLIN Witnesses EDDIE CANTOR GRACIE ALLEN jon PENNER u 7 . , . . . . - - ' 1 , y . . . l V. x 1 1 9 v ' . . I , V . . ' s x y - ' s . l V . . . - 1 . , . . . . . , . s Q 1 ' . , , . ' r . I . , . . . . . J . . V l - - - ' 1 9 . - . U ,, . . . . . ' 9 ' - ' 3 , . . . . - . , . . . s 3 , . . . J 1 Long Long Ago J-K. L,ur9c'13 I YYXMXS UOWQJ 7m r ' . , wswmsamiy' ' 4 7 ' ,v ' I 'Sir-1 fa x P J B o b b 1 Q, I Y If Henry Glenice, flemirxqa mafiw mars Sue, CH'orL Qldvidqw Q6 TTIAYJ o V!! JB f ll I , X 7 . fi Q H r emma ILEEQH OLNEY BROWN can t see any reason as for learmng French ALFRED MERLE grumbles because her feet are too bIg to put un der her desk VIRGIL ROBINSON doesn t under stand why people dont laugh at hIs brIght remarks HELEN LANIER thxnks Mr Johnson should dIsmIss us at exactly three thIrty RUEBEN ROSENBERG thmks Mrs Deal plCkS on hnm be cause she won t allow hIm to chew gum In class MARY MARTIN grumbles because she doesnt have a rIde home every day at dInner MR JOHNSON rhmks the semors have enurely too many pnvxleges CURTIS can t see why everybody doesn t lIke to pose for a PICILIIC when he wants them to MISS Conn thmks the SCHIOKS are old enough to know how to follow dIrectIons now 'T N 0 I ANNFTTE FRANKLIN w a n t s to know why everybody doesnt make a hundred In thelr sub jects TW PAULINE MALLARD grumbles be cause they don t offer Spamsh In hIgh school MRS DEAL wants an answer to thIs questlon Why are the semors always late to class? JIMMIE BUNCE thmks he talks loud enough why doesn t everybody lIsten7 Miss WILLS says she s tIred beIng late to dInner each mght on account of havmg to remam at school In the after noons wIth the L T W Club HORACE grumbles because he cant park hIs car on the gIrls sIde GERALD can t find enough people to argue wIth h1m B I-I grumbles because nobody wIll admxre hIs good looks FRANK ALDRED thmks we ought to answer more of hlS quesuons fx 2 ll FIQVFJSU he Vf ai iw 'kr DoRIs BRANNEN ELTON KENNEDY ll fl Rbumbd llrlflfff To be the world s best known athlete CURTIS LANE MARY LINNIE HARDEN To be a nurse BILL SNEED To be a econd Guy Lombardo MARY SUE ARINs To see the world GERALD GROOVER To be a Delta Sigma ALFRED MERLE DORMAN To tap dance RAY AKINS To be the world s most capable electrzczan MARIE DAVIS To be an opera star FLEMING SI-IUMAN To be a second Malcolm Campbell BLANCI-I SMITH To be some nch mans slenographer MISS MARY Lou To have a perfect semor class CECIL WATERS To be a denlzst GENE RUSHING To be tall WW' To talk loud ELISE WATERS ANNETTE FRANKLIN To gam some wezght L- LILLIAN MosELEY MAR JoRY PURVIS JURELLE SHUPTRINE WINONA ALDRED MR MONTS ELDRIDGE MOUNT BOBBIE SMITH To get marrzed To be a chorus girl To lose a reckle To be a mowe star have semors keep out 0 trouble To be a mznxstefs son m law To finish school MR JOHNSON To lose hrs southern arawl To be a marathon runner S sp I X E, di - .Moll K ' ,v . . if I 1. 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Rose ,',,,. f ' lf, A quztler never wzns and a wxnner ne quzts Class RO11 Sechon B BONNELL ARINS ROBBIE LEE BAXTER CARROLL BEASLEY CHRISTINE BROW N SHIRLEY CLARK MARGARET CRAWFORD DOROTHY DURDEN LLSTER EDENFIELD JUANITA FUTCH D EDWIN GROOVER EZELLE GRAHAM DOROTHY HODGES EMILY HENDRIX NINA BELL HOWARD LEONE JOHNSON FI ORENCE KEENAN GEORGE LANIER 1 SYBIL LEWIS VERA LEWIS MARGARET MARTIN -IESSIE NEVILLL MARTHA Pow ELL MARY DOROTHY PURVIS RUBY PROSSER Q., RUDDELL PEARSON FRANCIS SMALLWOOD VIRGINIA TOMLINSON LENA BROOKS WHITE Those Not Appearing In Pictures Are BRADLEY ANDERSON WALTER CRAWFORD All K RUBY MIKELL ,fair 1 -B6 Q -0' ,ah -05- .. gn 'Z' I3 Q0 as AI' 3 'Q ' Mmm. 'R A in ,,i' .-s 'N ,N it -our N' 2 4233 ESIOLYNI RAINEY "' 49 X Ice Presnfent A D fl G C COLEMAN S... Treasurer vw ' . fr . . . ver ' n 1 5 ' ' V!- - . "' A 3 .. Q lf , FQ P , 1 :I . ! ex ' , A M" I . . . .. Q - 2' 'G 3 ii ' I? C A ' I Q A 4 , k I I I ' I V- A 'Na' I r . v " .3 I . 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CLASS MOTTO Class Roll Section A ANNELLE COAIASON HENRY CONE MARGIE DERLE GEORGE HITT Q ROBERT I-IODGES AROGER HOLLAND A ARABEL JONES E MARGARET ANN JOHNSON LAMIIUTH KEY -MARGUERITE MATHEWS SARAH POINBEXJER ELIZABETH RAINEY ' " TINY RAMSEY ' ANN ELIZABETH SMITH BETTY SMITH FRED SMITH JOSHUA SMITH FRUSANA SNEED JOHNIE WATERS RALPH WHITE A EMMA JANE YARBOROUGH Those Not Appearing in Pictures Are' IRMA SELL Foss CLIFF PURVIS JULIAN MIRELL EUDIE WATERS Milk, '27 LENORA WHITESIDE X Preszdent 'fli- HAROLD SMITH Secretary Ja - f ,J FFI ""' 4 ww db ANI If Na WM 6 .. . . J , - f . M- ' A . Q I 7 ', 1 rd J Q uf ' ,f If .5 - K ,E Q- . ' . . ' . . I 1 -- 1 - Te ' I ik- ' X" ' O .1 I 2 ' A V 3 . 5 J , Q., 'W 52' I iv , . . -J N7 J . T n X, A I x V4 1 K, N, , . , I .J M ' Q K , . ,. 1. 'ij V 4 T Q, V' . I . K - f J Y! I if . ng ' I ' ,Q 'H , ' W ' , 15 " - .Q f .,. ' A . I fa If , " 111 ' 'A. J ' I ' A e Q' ' XA ,.f2 4 F I '12, V. f u1.1 1 ' rx 235- ,-sg 'Iggy ,I '..sfssgEf , A fs? FIPEQSI ' ' 112' . J , : , . - A Y A I . w ifi' '- - f if 43 is ,..fh Q f ,Q A J ' "'f -T I-J 'J LLL -, 'if'fT'z22.',QQgffil."'ki ' ' fi - 1 f A x . f ' f'.,v , A lu ff! , , , : A f x . Ne, .""f "' U' 0 ' ..h. 15 .Lf 2 ff' 'gkf f 1 "': 2, L, -I . ' S ' A -A P' . .,, ., ,Q--52 V'-',Qvf ':.g -aswfi'i " 'W 4 Q 5 1- - ' - 'Zz ff ' 'Y -gy. -jipagfqi i 'F E. L. ANDERSON MARTHA BROWN REPPARD BRANNEN if DOROTHY CONE .MARTHA COWART WDEALVA DELOACH ' JIM T. DENMARK 1 "'a"a'J!"f'- '58 . Red and While K 1 'f . Red Rose X , , fl 'Y "Where there's a will, there's a way" , , ' Nix ClassRO1l .1-fy af Section B L A Tr- V, 1 E. J. KENNEDY ' ,V ' HILDA MURPHY AMARY EDNA BEASLEY ' TROY MALLARD Y EDNA NEVILLE 1 MARTHA RIMEs.- , i MARGUERITE Rlccs ' Ax V 1' 'Q 6' ,JOHN SMITH ' ff, " 1 K . 'T."'! fx., ' , Y sf A I BETTY ANN WEST Sy, ' V 4 'D h SAM ALLEN GILSTRAP NELLIE WHEELER E Rurus WILSON Those Not Appearing in Pictures Are: LOYD LANIER EMETT MELTON SAM MARTIN BRUCE ROBINSON 'A EUGENIA ROSTER LLEWELYN NEVILLE W, v.5:,n m.,,,..-,-,-..,,z,,,T.. I ' 4 RS A Awhh , X 1 "V "' SKEET KENNON , , Vice-President , in 9 H1NEs SMITH Treasurer :ff 'W' 40 lp '-9' 45" ,f- 'fix CLASS COLORS . Q 43224 gy 'Q i R l ,K 'N . N X nr X Y X Y V ,L, in "WWE CLASS FLOWER . . CLASS MOTTO . . A ' :gf Class R011 . ' K I L5 , I R' v 'ff .V ' I X, ' A I nw. V 'Q Ni ,.-in ' Section A OJANIGE ARUNDEL VIRGINIA AKINS FRANCES BLACKBURN MARGARET BROWN SARA JEAN BEASLEY J W CONE CI-IARLES DONALDSON SARA HOWELL CHARLES LAYTON, JR. MIRIAM LANIER W. R LOVETT Wm GEORGE NEWTON JOSH T NESMITI-I DIGHT OLLIEE YY' :Uk ff" 4.1 'ff Avil- "f"' -r AO ,..-- -Q' .-nf" an ,fy 'Q' PEGGY EVANS MAXANNE FOY GEORGE GROOVER FRANCES HAYSLIII FRANCES OLLIFF MARJOURIE PROSSER LOUISE QUATTLEBAUM LEONA SHELNUTT Those Not Appearing m Pwtures Are MIKE BLAND JAMES CAIL TRESSIE LOWE ef' ,4.f'Yb .gg im, JACK AVERITT 'Q 'N . I ' 5, Preszdent MYRTIGE SWINSON Vice President OFFI I, ff 15+ Q 6- . 1 IZ T A I 'J' A J ff I ' , JR. I - 'Q' I A L , J ' . . . JR. jf 1 , r 3 4 T , If I X 1 . af: . . ' V Q Nl, j ,Q fg qw A E ' T . . . j O' -,S X4 A r ,,, I 4 . ' JU' ilk! ..f g',n 'vt I X V V 6 wt 1 :X 1 K gi vi 'f 'Lg' rig . ' X ' . J Sv ' V A 1 .aw K i-'V' ' 'L P 'N' ' I wr - E I - - A . R T - J X -. r I I x K ' - I , A Q I xi ,, I ' -- ..- ' ,I 4 ,f T A +R ' ' J ,. 5' J N J 2,1 ' if ,, ' - ' ,2- f . g -- I ,,., f - Q' 4,0 , , .- 1' 41 A- f ' ,,,., "3:f"w-.,h, V h , , -Y. .-Ig.. , wg! . -Pink and Whit? ' H . Rose 'M . I f I , ,Q . "Be Prepared" I ' ff ff ,I V' M Q' .wi fo 60 ... I t Y QVQLE7 3 . ' Q A '7' I V W "7" Class Roll P3 I- I I-K , A 1-Vx . ' 11 I I f A Sechon B 5- , ff ' DAVIS BARNES I LUCILLE LOWE H A y ESTELLE BLAND , I MAMIE MILLER f . ' LII, ig Q Q' di in NoRMA BRANNEN CLEATUS NESMITH - : ,,., ,Q - -sr MAITIE CowART ELIZABETH NOWELL ' 7' X777 I- ' f " ' FRANCES FLOYD . I NATHAN ROSENBERG g gf P f , MITTIE L. GABRIEL I 'I " ANNIE MAE SHUMAN 3 I A , , V. JOHN HENDRIX CLARENCE SNIPES f I ' KATHRYN HODGES , ' ' I-.HARRY SMITH 1 I Y Rox' HITT ' MARTHA WILMA SIMMONS 1 g "' 45,5 .,,, f - X 1- I 4 RUDOLPI-I HALL SID SMITH ,, 1, IIAI A I L0 'ff . . MARY SUE IVEY JOE TILLMAN ' I I , !h fl 2 f LOUISE LAMPLEY JOYCE THACKSTON I1 if 'Q I I Q SARA MARTHA LANE HAROLD WATERS J 1 A N RSR L? P Tboie Not A earin in Pictures Are: gi A P K GEORGE LANE ' J. A. CONE 1 ,I U .., ,Tf2ff 'V A H ' JANE MARTIN JACK NORRIS gf WL, X F , V . - .px 'Vu- P R A ' "' " ' ,. I.. i 'r 'ff 'L I xx 4' I A , Inf'-f-M I I ff L ,A :H-'J I I E ' Q hs ' 5. K", A '17 T I A 'K I " I w " ' Iv- 'Q S , 5 A ,g EDWIN GRoovER ' 'K Q President U -4-ff DOROTHY WILSON Vice President I8 1-A 2-": X ,A I .ah B. H. RAMSEY Mr. S. H. S. Most Handsome BOBBY SMITH Miss S. H. S. Most Popular Girl I 'THF - ,eg .f'I3l2 .,,, :' ' if I 'fe l -- ,, h J . in kiwi 'fi .. wg .syn ,m 'fic f I 1 , K .W X Y 'TT 5 .f HAROLD SMITH Most Intellectual Boy ANNETTE FRANKLIN Most Intellectual Girl ,gk gi""'!. if Q, U ,as-. 11' ' 4 af 3? Q Y' SHS an-""'M' ELTON KENNEDY Mos: Athletic FRANCES ANDERSON Most Energetic Girl .f .559 T , . ' Ni ' b ' I3 if , ' EE is miyl 'AUA 'iff LENORA WHITESIDE Prettiest Girl 1 Senlor Stars ,.,,7! A A ' Y A X, 3' V4 V4 , ,. . QQ' ' . . 2' -' Ai T' '- A 4. 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NAL TOUCH 1 1 PV' QW RINGING THE GOAL N Acnoss me smear PREPARING FOR CLASS O41 0-onus-nn. AT RECESS THAT OLE CURIOSITY BOX EgFami1iafEL L SceneS'E HEN ITS TIME O GO HOME SOM 1-fy 1 THERE'S ALWAYS ROOM FOR ONE MORE , YES WE HAVE SOME CANDY TODAY is. En-:ING FOR yo U MI S UM THE MNWOR woke me on s wonx seems WHQ S 'TH QT 5 Lucncv suv? S 6 LOST IN A FOG 81. TAKE US TO SCHOOL THAT HIGH SCHOOL PEPI , f ' Ai Ep. . 1 S? I E W 1' fvry SV' ' ' V' V I H. ' A A A Q ' A u' O L Q ll T. ' A T! f 5 .. T I1 A 'LQ D ' A L A NX Q s T I f A 4 V' T Sweethearts W ,1' 1 IQ KX . ., . ' .' , W x ,- a -""'-... ACTIVITIES 2 f C. 'Ei' I QLS. N , ,Y , -"- . fn ., fee E, -E ., , , , f 4 -f J , , 7 5 5 . N 4 4 4 4 f v 4 Z ' e: I' Z f' f ' f X .X W if 52 XX X . THE STUDENTS or STATESBOBO HIGH SCHOOL have enjoyed a number of N delightful evenings during these nine months. We have two social clubs in school. The J. T. J., which was or- x'. ganized in '33 with ten members, and as these original J. T. J.'s graduated Q others were invited to take their places, thus keeping ten active members Q in high school. We hope to carry this idea on with us so that we might ' always have our original number of ten members in school. X L The T. E. T. Club, composed of ten boys organized during the year " of '36, but they have lost no time by their late organization, in fact, f' they've made up for it by having some sort of entertainment every Friday night. This Q, club, too, expects to leave members in high school each year so that their club may ' progress and in the future be something to look back on and remind them of their won- ' derful days in high school. One of our most enjoyable occasions of the year was the lovely four-course dinner Z at the Brooks House with which the J. T. J.'s entertained their dates. Afterwards the jg party attended a dance at the Womans Club Room, which was sponsored by a group 'X of high school boys. Every member of the party being so congenial made a delightful evening for all. The boys began their big Friday nights, the best night of all to a high school student, with a Wiener roast at Winona AldI'ed's home in Andersonville. After the best picnic lunch we've ever eaten everybody wanted to dance. So the music was furnished by several members of the party who played the piano and the radio tuning in every now and then. Nevertheless we had plenty of fun. During the Christmas holidays the original J. T. J.'s, together with the active mem- , ' bers of the club, gave a dance at the club room, which was beautifully decorated with I 'i ' red and green. The room was surrounded with Christmas trees and garlands and festoons, completing a beautiful setting. "The Professors" furnished our music. All the mothers of the J. T. J.'s were invited and most of them attended. MEMBERS MARY SUE AKINS . . . . President BOBBIE SMITH .... Vice-President MARGARET REMINGTON . Secy. and Treas. MARION LANIER FRANCES DEAL LENORA WHITEsIDE BETTIE MCLEMORE ANN ELIZABETH SMITH BETTY SMITH ei QEMMQM .9 1 5 ,-1 , .ii wharf! , 1 This dance made everybody rythmical, so the T. E. T.'s entertained with an informal dance at Horace McDougald's home in Clito on janu- ary 17. Our chaperon made the evening more enjoyable by offering games, which was a change from our usual Friday night routine. During the month of February Mrs. Hitt entertained the members of the T. E. T. Club with a steak supper at her home on South Main Street. George Hitt acted as host. When the boys finished their feast they went for their dates, and when they returned light refreshments were served and dancing was enjoyed throughout the evening. I " I ' Av. K al- W A .WRWQ . VW 1 .' , ,l Valentine soon came along and, it happening on Friday night, we couldn't miss such a wonderful chance for a dance. The result was a joint dance of the two clubs. The Womans Club room was beautifully decorated in the Valentine colors and moss. Again the "Professors" furnished our music and a large crowd at- tended. March 13, although this might be an unlucky date for some people, proved to be a successful one to us when we all packed up and went on a picnic to Akins Pond, where we enjoyed the best "eats" of all, which were furnished by the T. E. T. Club. After leaving the picnic ground the party was invited to Horace McDougald's home at Clito where the crowd enjoyed dancing. Our former picnic being so enjoyable to all, everybody was raving for another, so the following Friday night Frances Deal entertained a number of young folks in honor of the J. T. J.'s with a "get-together" at the Cherokee Cabin, where a wiener roast was enjoyed. Dancing was the feature entertainment. I'm sure there'll be many other social gatherings before school is out that we will be unable to record. However we know at the present that the T. E. T. Club is planning a house party as early as possible after school is out. While most of the social season has centered around club activities, there are other functions in prospect which will include practically the whole student body. Chief of these will be the annual class proms and banquets. These are being anticipated with keen pleasure by everybody. CECIL WATERS FRANK OLLIEE 'ee ' MEMBERS HORACE MCDOUGALD . . GEORGE HITT DEAN ANDERSON GENE L. HODGES TINY RAMSEY J. BRANTLEY Jon GERALD GRoovER B. H. RAMSEY ,-get-',-n A . President . Secretary , Treasurer NSON ' , ,L ' . f jaiirflvii f Z S ,gif Wheel of Fortune THESE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS have been fortunate enough ro enjoy eleven y school together, sharing each other's sorrows and happiness. The hub ot our wheel is Mr. Monts and the spokes the following students: ANNETTE FRANKLIN WINONA ALDREIJ JURELLE SHUPTRINE VIRGII. ROBINSON FRANK OLLIFF PERMAN RIMES MARJORY PURVIS LILLIAN MOSLEY BLANCHE SMITH B. H. RAMSEY DORIS BRANNEN HORACE MCDOUGALIJ GEORGE PRESTON HELEN LANIER PAULINE MALLARD JOYCE WEST GLADYS JOHNSON FRANK ALDRED LESTER BRANNEN ALFRED MERLE DORMAN JAMES ALDRED CURTIS LANE , fffMfe,e4.-, e A..-fn.-.I .,: -swf.-Y.. . e, , 1 f e ears of NW T Valle! C-rlad1,fS Baby Picture? of Qriqinal Club M Georciev A'M , ,R 3 .5 C ' ' ,,. - 1 Y ' 1' , M. w A 1 -- ' vffqal f"ff.i R 4 W Xgejxe' Ure! LSSVQP gn'- THIS BEING THE FIRST YEAR that our high school has had a regular librarian, we have discovered much progress. A number of new books have been added this year. With a continuation of such interest we are expecting much of our library in the future. Lt... c are I fe THE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT has been restored to our high school curriculum this year. A large number of the high school students are very enthusiastic over the tram- ing they arc receiving from this department, sponsored by Miss Irene Arden. THE CURRENT EVENTS CLUB meets each Friday to discuss current topics. Much en- thusiasm is shown during these meetings. The officers are Cecil Waters, President: Ruby Prosser, Secretary. Court -1. Statesborfo 1-li-owl l'l'BLlSH ED BX STATICSH . SHIXH Si . .Ynhw fx. Un ury, nf v m 1.-wrgm. :U-r an ' Cwwglu Hugh Svlxw mtv-nz Thus. :z.un1b.:- V ' s'f'f11a.' '11 11:1- ,. .x, mr :ml '1 'mph fl. :xr 111-1 Inn! Kms H z,r?.If. yx1M13.mi-wg . U., ,:, -Y I thvmfe- f v - 11, 'liillf M EM Y OF " Gene'-ai s on dif' e made ney, Mar fmiLh ann .Q onw of x cf, S XKUVL' Z Y urs. nu-5 Allen :n ii one Il'lH'?,'l-I' m H81 uiivml 4"' Q i- , nr IN -XSSUKTXTIOSW If-IS lNS'I'Rl'f'TlUN I1-NRI 1-nn.. ,-km, tl High S-hm.: 'Tix' , ,M ff ,Y--Mx 5. ,5U,.,,. A XX hs-1' 411415,- tim! 4"' XVQ- 5' 'lm 47'f WH' -Jul! V- - ul 'xx-1, Lil lin- Vu" Ami 'PH-. s-5 vim, 3 'fhvy Uml' Hp 'l H- Ax -ham xr, 'l'Puj.' Xhiljf xr., .-Kumi urwly Ahe- Ami my mn- --Q Hui vavlr im- ' !'4l1zafis!rzv-vii.. .,,, ,,,.1tV V -M , - I i '4 af, Rx 'sur' X -if .af-N - ' XVINONA Aumlzn f Asfixlmil Edifor 9 4 ,nn 1. rn-wr ff' 31 ,- ..-O, 'Six Q A' N, .5 ,V 4 ff , f -,i g 1, We F if ff! 3' rf 's ' A S - W - , f I 1 ' .Q B. W. SHELNUTT Cirfulalion Managfr ,- w " T! ': K A L Z5 Wilzl T W 5 11311157 1 IITITI' U - Q ,y Q rim.: ze .ul mn: 111 ,pw A W 2:'w 1: XX Q Q mmfz N ' H X ll HH M KX .mc . I Nj vi: I, aqwqi vf', v Q 'A x Hn' H13 Q' 'rx :UA ' -4 - :mv mf 1Iv E Y Holucz MCDOUGALD 4 PAULINE MALLARD X MAKY SUE Ang Adwrtising Manager zx Lilerafy Ediigf i 'Q 'H' K '-faq,-v V.. U JAMES ALDRED V Mas. DEAL Businesx Manager Facully Advisor 'M , 1 'iding 11gJyw1Y1r:1zj.' Y' '1' . V --A ft zr 11, . xbv-r 111' -auf' "" l"'x-Hilv' :cf Vzmrwiflll' '5 NW' H I'1 1 ' 1 -' 1' mtv fn asv zhhlj, ywmgzznzns ur1:!EJf1I"'lH1!1l -1- 'mv K'-"1 'v .+A r evcrttv whxr-h wah gin thc-mg ""i "K Nr" fiifmzc. i"fA?i -- ,sux 1 tice in slfuzskinl tu al1.!i4,Anc'ofs. iif "lla-r.i'.' 4 'I f:.r w ff 1 - 'al .":w, W' ' Um 'fun ' Img ,1x' -,r' "1 Schm JUNIOR STAFF ll sy: - 4 ,-:- - 1 . xi Bas Nik" the fin-t t ' school we ui basketbaft. pe1'miL'1 I! 1 warnhf :Je wen gel years but hm L 1 4 '5- as Six l 'Offs -Q? I !!fil1:- .38 1 2,415 , -. r-.,f,. , gk, ,Jus if gb -f 7' MANORA New GERALD Fxchange Edilor lake Editor ,fr -'!'lZ :jj H wpm'-irx- vi2'iU',1'fH- man- i.l'l'lihE1lf .':z:m :md 1 , Hun" pho- NZ fhml- Y 1' Mall- mnvruth '.w.'i5k,rsf L: nfffv .we Ul- xs H1515 Y L- ii- furs, H- fu- H H113 1' '-'wi 'S wfficic L l rx. - V, I x ,f 4 ' ' t ' 9' :W ' - .. 4 I r - I W ' ' " 'U' n ' xc- , , ci, --. , Z, ,, f' ' Q X 4 ,, '25 -- M1 . .,f in ny. l ' I . l'1fmlkl4'L, 1 Q' 1 -' M31-Q, Id 1 . f' ' xv ' MAN 'ffsraifi ,' xl 'i ix 1 . : "'I'Q0h 1 1 ,,. . fl gun. J Q X M Q '5 4?" i5fib? y ,V.,...z r.i.,t,........,-i,. I ' -. Q" H --ff. THE LEISURE ART ORCHESTRA, consisting ot thirteen students from the grades and high school, has furnished delightful music for several assembly programs. This or- chestra might well be termed "The Wayne King Orchestra" of Statesboro High. ,,..........--4-af Q1 ' ""e "TEES XYVHEN WE HAVE NEEDED EXCELLENT BAND MUSIC we have gone to the Statesboro l-ligh School Band, directed by Mr. William Deal. lt, too, has furnished lively music for our assemblies. Many of the members of this band are also afliliated With the Teach- ers College Band. 0? X I ' --.J 'F 'S I A-. 1 lv" fssxk, .W In KT' .MVS 3. . Music Club "Never Bb, Someiimes Bi, but always BHD THIS IS THE MOTTO chosen by the Harmony Music Club, sponsored by Mrs. Verdie Hilliard and Mr. William Deal. This club has perhaps the largest enrollment it has had for the last few years. It is devoting its time to the study of the world's leading musicians. i evo ' 1 I , Dramatic Club "Ad astra per aspen:-To the stars fBroadwayj through dijiculhesn THE ABOVE is A cAPT1vATlNG SCENE from the three-act play, The Lucky Break, pre- sented by the members of the Statesboro Dramatic Club in the fall of '35, .dP"" fr ..- y, 3 x .1 524 Ni! A uaff' QD 73" 11, R 1 The CF1tGF1OH li. H. R,u1s1x' . 15111111112 SMITH A1 1 111211 M111112 IDORMAN I'Io1lAC1i N1L1IJOLjf,AllJ . PAULINE MAI.l.ARIl GENE RUSHING FRANCES ANDIQRSON IEIJXYARD CARRLITII CJARLTON CA1uaL'T11 W1NoN1x ALDREU HELLN LANIER 1- '. ,,.4" Yu- I AH 4 .absl I 'gb' .g.g.' LL, 1 sth ,. .aol ' we , - rr' wr' 55595 ELTGN KENNEDY OLNEY BROWN MARY MARTIN . . JURIILLE SI-IUPTRINI2 , FRANK OLLIFIT . . CECIL WATERS CURTIS LANE JALIES ALDRED FLEMING SHUIAAN FLOYD PEARSON . lWARIE DAVIS , . S x iff . ' J.-.Lis .. 3 9 S cp' if-II .. s Y is 5 . " Gi ' -Q 9 J 44 aa- 4, Iokc Editors . Social Editor ' Art Editor ANNETTE FRANKLIN . . . Snapshot Editor Assistant Snapshot Editors . Circulation Managers . Cartoonist . . Club Editor MISS CARMICHAEL . . Faculty Ad1 'isor Business Manager Literary Events As OUR BOOK GOES TO PRESS before preliminary contests are held, it is not possible for us to say who will represent us in the various literary events. However, we feel confident our contestants will give a good account of themselves, as they usually do, and We hope to bring home the cup which we missed last year by only one-half point. VIOLIN AND DECLAMATION Our representatives in these two events have already been selected and we take pride in the fact that Winona will represent us in violin and J. Brantley in declamation. W , I X 23' 'D ii? H- ', , R ONE-ACT PLAY f-"' f ' W 2' While we didn't win highest honors in the 5 A one-act play we were proud of the perform- R 51, ance given by our Dramatic Club and also of the fact that they won third place. Cast MARGARET ANN JOHNSTON WINONA ALDRED ALFRED MERLE DORMAN J. BRANTLEY JOHNSON SPELLING With a class of sixty-six, some of whom are bound to be poor spellers, we are elated over placing third in the district spelling contest this year. Every senior spelled and our average was 686192. DEBATE With honors already won by last year's debaters who placed second in the State, We en- tered enthusiastically into this season,s debates. We were represented in the preliminaries by J. Brantley Johnson and Alfred Merle Dorman on the negative, and Bettie McLemore and B. H. Ramsey on the aiiirmative. All four conducted themselves as veteran debaters and won both decisions,-affirmative against Metter and negative against Sylvania. 'A lm if x I 3 ATHLETICS FCDOT C. E. Woruzr Gxaoncn Piuasron Coach Captain FOOTBALL PRACTICE was BEGUN very soon after school started. There were many candidates out, most of whom were new material. Coach Wollet was pleased with the squad but had difficulty in getting them in shape, due to their inexperience. Our first game was scheduled to be played at home with Glennville. Due to some misfortune the Glennville team did not arrive. For the next game we journeyed to Vidalia with high hopesg but these were dashed to pieces when we were defeated by the score of 25 to 0. The next game on the schedule was played in Statesboro with Savannah High. As Savannah is not a school of our rating, opinions were divided as to whether we would score. Some who held more radical views said we would defeat them, but those who held these views were disappointed when we were romped on to the tune of 35 to 0. The third game was with Sylvania and we were out to revenge the defeat which we had suffered the year before. We got this revenge after a hard-fought game, which ended with Statesboro on the big end of a 13 to 9 score. The Swainsboro game was played at home and was looked forward to with much interest. As we anticipated, we won this game with a large and easy score of 26 to 0. We went traveling for our next game, and journeyed to Millen. Victory was ours by 19 to 13. In all the season the team received very few injuries, but most of these came out of this game. The following week-end we met Waynesboro We were very uneasy about this game, but were surprised when we were able to hold Waynesboro to a 19 to 0 score BALL A return engagement was arranged with Vidalia. Our team was out to make a better showing than at the first but the injury and eligibility jinx got the best of us and as a result went down to a 31 to 0 defeat. The last game of the season was played against E. C. I., who then held the Erst place in our half of the district. Statesboro was tied with Waynesboro for second place. E. C. I. defeated us by an overwhelming score of 45 to 6. This, however, was not a surprise, as E. C. I. had a team of championship caliber which they later showed by winning top honors in the district. FOLLOWING IS THE LINE-UP, SCHEDULE AND RESULTS PRESTON AND ANDERSON . SMITH AND MOUNT SHUMAN, I-I.n'1', BLrrcH AND HALL . E. KENNEDY, GENE L. HODGES AND ROBINSON . . . WATERS, E. J. KENNEDY, FaANxL1N, CoNE, COLEMAN, THAYER, JOHN SMITH, BARNES AND HODGES Sepiember 27- Gl.ENNvn.LE - Oclober 4- VIDALIA . Oclober H- SAVANNAH - Oclober 18- SYLVANIA - - October 25- SVAINSBORO - - November I- MILLEN . Newember 8- WAYNESBOIO - November 15- VIDALIA - November 22- E. C. I. . . Forfeit -STATESBOIO - - 2 f1S'l'ATESBOl0 - - lf-STATESBOIO - 91STATESB0l0 - 01sTATESB0l0 - - 13-'-STATESBOKO l91STATESB0l0 3 l1STATESBOl0 4 5 -STATESBOKO Centers Guards Tackles Ends Backs s RUSSELIT HALL QELDRIDGE MOUNT JOSH SMITH ,ROBERT HODGES CECIL WATERS ,FLEMING SHUMAN ELTON KENNEDY As ,..' 1 HXGH Coac XS sB0"0 4 9.15 Snow A A -8 ,GEORGE Hrrr HoMEu Buren BILL FRANKLIN JAMES THAYER DAVIS BARNES GENE L. HODGES E. J. KENNEDY MEMBERS OF THE S CLUB ?': F Track SINCE THE TRACK EVENTS come off after our book goes to press, we can only prednct the results We have excellent maternal m Gene L B111 Cecnl, W C Elton and jack, but IC may be that others mnght estabhsh records better than thenrs At least we are countmg on wnnnmg a SUECICIIY number of pomts so that we mnght wm recogmtxon In the dnstrxct contest S Club WE FEEL THAT WE have had a great loss thIs year by not havmg a basketball team for both boys and gnrls Our prospects were very good, but be cause of the lack of a place to practnce we had no chance to develop thns maternal We are hopmg that there wIll be some provIsIon made for the athletes next year GEORGE PIITT JURELLE SI-IUPTRINE GENE L. HODGES MARY SUE AKINS CECIL WATERS ROBERT HODGES G. C. COLEMAN MARIE ANNE BI.ITcI-I Russnr. HALL JOHN SMITH J. A. CONE FRANCES ANDERSON MARY MARTTN DEAN ANDERSON FKUSANNA SNEED ELDRIDGE MouNT GRACE STRANGE B. H. RAMSEY FLORENCE KENAN GEQRGE PRESTON josu SMITH LESTER BKANNEN FLEMING Sl-IUMAN BILL FRANKLIN MARJoRY PURVIS HOMER BLITCH VIKGIL ROBINSON DAVIS BARNES r . 2 Jr , I I N , x six Q as Y a- s 'fi ' A 1 1 BK rw-fe w .. - HI? -R, ., .,, E ra. .. . Y ,. - av . f, f ,Q T 5-' . . f , . I - , - ' . - , secs-oooqqotcltvutys QQHOOOCQQQQQQOOOOOC Bef! WZfbeJ' mm 61607726670 Commerce C r 5 A .a -----..-Qog--s4,-4-.4-,--o44-----..-------- f 'W' , I , -. '. . . ' L IT. Lf . , . .N x: -. 1. I 3-LQ 5- . 1 J, . , 'tn U -. 1 V , - in COMPLIMENTS OF e v e S h o SAVANNAH GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS OF Dr Ben A Deal STATESBORO GEORGIA Best WIshes of Solomons Company Wholesale Druggusts SINCE l845 Savannah GeorgIa George P Llsten gorgeous t Wlnona l wouldnt doubt It so a thI Comphments ot Dr M E Grlmes Optometnst Statesboro Georgla Ib. 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