Tennessee High School - Cadmea Yearbook (Bristol, TN)

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fWM warn ' k u ttio ■ 2, 0 ct ■ otf tS M v ' - sso :rV geI B e rt a eX $ The Cadmus Club sincerely hopes that you may enjoy many happy hours with your Cadmea. We have endeavored to present a publication which reflects the ideals and aspi- rations of Tennessee High School and those who make it possible. BRISTOL PUBLIC LIBRARY 701 Goode Street Bristol, Virginia 24201 A friend is one who by his very presence and influence inspires us to do our best and always look onward and upward. To such a friend, Mr. Everett L. Rowe, we dedicate the Cadmea for 1942. ■ BOOK ONE ' The Reboot BOOK TWO .... Otjanijatloni BOOK THREE -fjtkUtia reatutei BOOK FOUR I s ' i John H. Arrants, A.B., M.S. _S uy2 etlnten de n t High School Teacher and Principal, Bledsoe County High School High School Teacher, South Pittsburg, Tennessee County Superintendent, Meigs County, Tennessee City Superintendent, South Pittsburg, Tennessee Supervisor of Elementary Schools, State Department of Education Teacher of Elementary Education, State Teachers College, Murfrees- boro, Tennessee City Superintendent, Bristol, Tennessee ADMINISTRATION I. D. Eggers, B.S., M.S. ’fttLncipa.L Principal of Elementary Schools, John- son County, Tennessee Teacher and Assistant Principal of Elkhorn District High School, Switchback, West Virginia Teacher of Princeton High School, Princeton, West Virginia Assistant Principal of Tennessee High School, Bristol, Tennessee Principal of Tennessee High School, Bristol, Tennessee Page 9 FACULTY Billie Baxter A.B. History Edward M. Esser A.B. Civics, Assistant Coach Pearl Wallace Cowan A.B. Dietician Hallie Houston Carson A.B. and A.B. in L.S.; M.A. in L.S. Librarian ) a- ' V ' i Nancy A.B., M.A. Latin Milton E. Miller A.B. Diversified Occupations Everett L. Rowe B.S. Physics, Mathematics Sarah Fortune B.S. Home Economics Mary Rucker Marney B.S. Mathematics, English, Latin Margaret N. McClellan A.B., M.A. English Frances E. Combe B.S. Physical Education Girls FACULTY Mildred Stith A.B. Bible Delle D. Smith B.S., M.S. Biology and Chemistry Maurine Hawkins A.B. Typing, Spanish Raymond S. Phillippi B.S. Industrial Arts Travis C. Smith B.S. Commercial George Gi Gillingham ., M.S. HistorifTnconomics, Civics Neil H. Wright B.S. Band, Chorus Paul R. Mackey A.B., M.A. Coach, Phys. Ed., Boys James R. Heifner A.B., M.A. Mathematics Illa Lane Van Hook Secretary to Principal Pictures Not Shown Bess E. Broce Reveley OwfcN A.B. a: English Mathematics , dLJ. $» a i . 1 j Genevieve R. Caldwell V B.S.. M.A. WUs English . . L n L-4. - • G . ■ B W manes OUR DEAR TEACHERS Faculty Feed Their Faces Juliet on the Balcony Miss Sypher and Jack Fight the Civil War In the Cave of the Woozy The Oracle Speaks " Sadie " Hawkins SENIOR.... ..CLASS OFFICERS FALL David Parrish President Wimpy Gray Vice-President Mary Ruth Vance Secretary Lcn Lilley Treasurer Warren Phillippi — Sergeant-at-Arms SPRING Wimpy Gray President Jack Winders _ .Vice-President Frances Harkleroad — Secretary Sam Lee Treasurer Warren Phillippi — Sergeant-at-Arms A ) Va YLLOt (2L 166 ROV TO a AtCoREY Adam ' s O ' Classical 8- ' 40; Dramatics Club ' 38- ' 40; French Secretary ' 42; Alchemist Club 4 1-’42; Sec- Home Economics Club ' 37-’38; Band Sponsor ,rls ' Hi-Y ' 40- ' 42; Sergeant-at-Arms ' 41; Treas- udents ' Council ' 41; Maroon and White ' 39- y- Martha Jane Allen State Home Economics Club ' 38- ' 39; Athletics Club ' 40- ' 42; Commercial Club ' 39- ' 40; Alchemist Club ' 40- ' 41. Mary Ellen Arnold State Home Economics Club ' 38- ' 39; Bible Club ' 40- ' 41. Virginia Louise Babb Commercial Speech Club ' 40- ' 41; Home Economics Club ' 39- ' 41; Glee Club ' 38- ' 42; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 40- ' 42; President ' 42; Ma- roon and White ' 41- ' 42; Operetta ' 38- ' 42; Junior Red Cross ' 4 1 - ' 42; Girl Scouts ' 39- ' 42. Richard William Bayes State Lois Virginia Beaty State Secretary Sub-Freshman Class 37; Home Economics Club ' 39- ' 40; Vice-President ' 39; Latin Club ' 40- ' 41; Dra- matics Club ' 40- ' 41; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42; Associate Editor The Cadffraa ' 41- 42. COND ROW, TOP TO BOTTOM lyn Kate Blevins State ub ' 40- ' 42; Commercial Club ' 40; Vice- Home Economics Club ' 38- ' 40; Maroon 40- ' 42 ; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 41 - ' 42. Ruby Lee Boling State Home Economics Club ' 39- ' 40. Reba Nell Bouton General Girls ' Hi-Y ' 41-‘42; Home Economics Club ' 39- ' 40; Glee Club ' 38- ' 39; Latin Club ' 39- ' 40; D. O. Club ' 40- ' 41. Elinor Ruth Bowery State French Club ' 4G- ' 41; Commercial Club President ' 41; Alchemist Club ' 41- ' 42; Queen Sophomore Class; Home Economic s Club ' 38- ' 40; Maroon and White ' 41- ' 42; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42. Robert Herschel Boyd Polytechnic President Sub-Freshman Class ' 37; Vice-President Freshman Class ' 38; Band ' 40- ' 42; Glee Club ' 40- ' 42; Operetta ' 40- ' 42; Junior Civitan Club ' 39- ' 42; Secretary ' 40- ' 41; President ' 41- ' 42; Alchemist Club ' 40- ' 41; Treas- urer ' 41; Junior Play ' 40; All-Students ' Council ' 40- ' 42. ec. a 5 ye •b 1 James Arthur Broce State Business Manager The Ca from Science Hill ' ' “ ' ' Bruce Alton Campbell ’ ea ' 41- ' 42; Transferred hnson City, Tennessee. ' 41- ' 42; Football ' 39- ' 41; T Glee Club ' 38- ' 39. Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42; :an PBELL Stat | U Club , G T Hi-Y 41- ' 42J ' F ( r cA (2k ; SpjMish fflub ' 4T; Trea u gt nTb ' 4 (MY: J tefhsferjed WlLMETH ELOISE CARRIER Commercial Alchemist Club ' 41- ' 42; Home Economics Club ' 40- ' 41; Commercial Club ' 40- ' 41; Girls ' Athletic Club ' 40- ' 42 ; T Club ' 39. Marion Daniel Colvard Martha Lee Corns FOURTH ROW, TOP TO BOTTOM Mary Jo Crenshaw Commercial Girls ' Hi-Y ' 41 - ' 42; Home Economics Club ' 39- ' 40; Dramatics Club ' 41- ' 42; Maroon and White ' 41- ' 42; Al- chemist Club ' 40- ' 41; Vice-President ' 41; Intramural Council ' 39- ' 41; Commercial Club ' 40- ' 41; Junior Red Cross Council ' 39- ' 40; Junior Class Play ' 41. Charles Bruce Crockett State Herbert Jackson Davidson General T Club ' 41 - ' 42; Civics Club ' 37- ' 38; Audubon Society ' 38- ' 39; French Club ' 39- ' 41; Spanish Club ' 41 - ' 42; Band ' 39- ' 42; Orchestra ' 40- ' 41; Alchemist Club ' 39- ' 40. Charles Eugene Donaldson Classical Football ' 38- ' 40; Basket-ball Junior Varsity ' 40- ' 42; Alchemist Club ' 40- ' 41; Maroon and White ' 41- ' 42; Spanish Club ' 41; Junior Class Play ' 41; The Cadmea ' 41- ' 42. Nathan Lewis Dulaney State Maroon and White Sports Editor ' 40- ' 42; Cbmmer- cial Club ' 40- ' 41; Junior Civitan Club ' 41- ' 42. Landon Clarence F allin State Transferred from Virginia High; Dramatics Club ' 41 - ' 42; President ' 42. Page 15 m 7k ZM.O ' L a t jx t4 UMJLf 0.55 r. m_ ' rt jL ujo. £. JUl THIRD ROW. TOP TO BOTTOM William Rhea Hilton, Jr. Polytechnic FIRST ROW, TOP TO BOTTOM In a Belle Frazier Commercial D. O. ' 41- ' 42; Commercial Club ' 40- ' 41; Girls ' Ath- letic Club ' 40- ' 42. Ruth Elizabeth Garrison State Home Economics Club ' 41 - ' 42. Beulah May Glover State Speech Club ' 39- ' 42; Home Economics Club ’39- ' 41; Commercial Club ' 39- ' 40; Gle e Club ' 40- ' 41; Operetta ' 41; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 41-’42. Mack Alfred Godsey State Wilfred Wyser Gray Polytechnic T Club ' 40- ' 42; Alchemist Club ' 40- ' 41; President ' 41; Boys ' Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42; Vice-President ' 41; Secretary ' 42; Vice-President Senior Class ' 41; President ' 42; Vice- President Student Council ' 42; Football ' 40- ' 42; Basket- ball ' 40- ' 42. Sarah Frances Grimes State Glee Club ' 38- ' 39; Home Economics Club ' 38- ' 41; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42; Treasurer ' 42; Girls ' Athletic Club ' 40; Girl Scout. » c SECOND ROW, TOP TO BOTTOM George Wilbur Hammer, Jr. Polytechnic Dramatics Club ' 38- ' 39; Junior Civitan Club ' 39-’41; Secretary ' 41; Alchemist Club ' 40; Tennis ' 41; The Cadmea ' 41- ' 42. Ossie Daniel Hamrick, Jr. State Alchemist Club ' 40- ' 41; Dramatics Club ' 38- ' 40; Cheerleader ' 40- ' 41; Junior Civitan Club ' 38- ' 40; T Club ' 40- ' 41 . J y » J Frances ' Irene Harkleroad Classical Frenchidlmi) ' 40- ' 4£ ' Secretcwy ' 40; Dramatics Club ' 39- ' 4lV nAirsmrer Maurop and White ' 40- ' 42; Ex- chanc Editor ' ' 4“C- ' 41; Assistant Editor ' 41- ' 42; Junior ClaSp ' 40- ' 41 ‘ Horrte Economics Club ' 38- ' 39; AlLSt dents ' , Council ' 42; Secretary Senior Class ' 42. Louise Virginia Harrison Commercial Home Economics Club ' 39- ' 41; Commercial Club ' 39- ' 40; Bible Club ' 40- ' 41; D. O. ' 41- ' 42. Charles Roy Harris State Audubon Society ' 38- ' 39; Alchemist Club ' 39- ' 40; Junior Civitan Club ' 40- ' 42; T Club ' 41- ' 42; Football Manager ' 41; Basket-ball ' 40- ' 42. Band ' 40- ' 41; Orchestra ' 40- ' 41; Chorus ' 42. Martha Jean Hulsey Classical Vice-President Sub-Freshman Class; Queen Sub- Freshman Class; Queen Freshman Class; Home Eco- nomics Club ' 38- ' 40; French Club ' 40- ' 42; Vice-President ' 40; Treasurer ' 42; Glee Club ' 39- ' 42; Operetta ' 39- ' 42; Alchemist Club ' 41-42; Secretary ' 41; Sweetheart Junior Civitan ' 41- ' 42; The Cadmea ' 41- ' 42. Margaret Louise Hunt State Cadmus Club ' 41- ' 42; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42; All-Stu- dents ' Council ' 41- ' 42 ; Dramatics Club ' 40- ' 41; Glee Club ' 39- ' 41; T Club ' 39- ' 42; Home Economics Club ' 39- ' 40; Intramural Council ' 38- ' 40; Girls ' Athletic As- sociation ' 40- ' 42; Civics Club ' 38- ' 39; Audubon Club. Stuart Iverson Ingram State President Freshman Class ' 38- ' 39; Cheerleader ' 38- ' 39; Football Manager ' 37-’39; Drum Major ' 39- ' 40; Alchemist Club ' 40- ' 42; Maroon and White ' 39- ' 41; Bas- ket-ball ' 39; All-Students ' Council ' 38-’39; Junior Civitan Club ' 41- ' 42; Red Cross Council ' 39- ' 40. Betty Kate Janes State Home Economics Club ' 40- ' 41; Alchemist Club ' 40; French Club; Dramatics Club; Glee Club ' 40. Hugh Lyle Jones State Advertising Manager, The Cadmea ' 41- ' 42; Maroon and White ' 41; Band ' 40- ' 41; Junior Civitan Club ' 41- ' 42; Treasurer ' 42; Alchemist Club ' 41- ' 42; Civics Club ‘39. » « FOURTH ROW. TOP TO BOTTOM Katherine Hope Keller State Home Economics Club ' 40- ' 41; Glee Club ' 40- ' 41; The Cadmea ' 41- ' 42; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42; Alchemist Club ' 41- ' 42. Jack Lynton Kelso State Transferred from Red Bluff, Calif.; Band ' 40-’42; Al- chemist Club ' 40- ' 41; French Club ' 40- ' 42; President ' 41; Dramatics Club ' 41- ' 42; Secretary ' 42; Junior Civitan ' 41- ' 42; T Club ' 41- ' 42; Orchestra ' 40- ' 41. Douglas Cowan Leach State D. O. Club ' 40- ' 41; Audubon Club ' 38- ' 39. Samuel Graham Lee Polytechnic Commercial Club ' 39- ' 40; Dramatics Club ' 41; T Club ' 38- ' 42; Tennis ’38- ' 41; Basket-ball ' 41- ' 42; Junior Civitan Club ' 41- ' 42; Vice-President ' 42. Mary Elizabeth Leslie State Home Economics Club ' 41; D. O. Club ' 40- ' 42. Lon Edward Lilley Polytechnic FIRST ROW. TOP TO BOTTOM Alene Marie Logan State Glee Club ' 37; Home Economics Club ‘39- ' 41; Presi- dent ' 40- ' 41; Secretary ' 39- ' 40; Secretary Junior Class ’40- ' 4 1 ; Cheerleader ' 41- ' 42; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 40- ' 42; Vice- President ' 41- ' 42; Sweetheart Junior Civitan Club ' 40- ' 41; All-Students ' Council Secretary ' 41- ' 42; Treas- urer ' 42; Junior Red Cross ' 39-’40; Vice-President. William George Loudy State Peggy Virginia Martin State Glee Club ' 39-’42; Operetta ' 39- ' 42; Home Economics Club ’38- ' 40; Dramatics Club ' 38- ' 39. Robert Lewis Mauk Polytechnic Civics Club ' 38- ' 39; Latin Club ' 39- ' 40; Astronomy Club ' 40- ' 41; Alchemist Club ' 41- ' 42; Glee Club ' 41-42; Band ’41- ' 42; Junior Civitan ' 41; Boys ' Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42. Rachel Louise Moore Commercial Glee Club ' 41; Commercial Club ' 40; Home Eco- nomics Club ' 40; D. O. Club ' 41; Bible Club ' 41; Presi- dent ' 41; Junior Orchestra ' 41. Ruth Evelyn Mottern State D. O. Club ' 40- ' 42; Audubon Club ' 39; Alchemist Club; Athletic Club ' 41; Intramural Council ' 41; T Club. » « SECOND ROW. TOP TO BOTTOM Garnet Finley McCall State Band ' 39- ' 42; Student Conductor ' 41 - ' 42; Glee Club ' 40- ' 42; President ' 42; Operetta ' 40- ' 42; Spanish Club 4 1 - ' 42; Junior Orchestra ' 41. Charles Preston McCary State Civics Club ' 38- ' 39; D. O. Club ' 41- ' 42. Robert Emmett McClellan, Jr. State Band ' 38- ' 40; Alchemist Club ' 41- ' 42; President ' 41; Sergeant-at-Arms ' 42; Junior Civitan Club ' 41- ' 42; Sec- retary ' 42; Varsity Basket-ball ' 41- ' 42; Civics Club ' 38- ' 39; Vice-President ' 39; Latin Club ' 40-’41; T Club ' 41- ' 42. Wayne Lockard McDonald Classical Secretary Freshman Class ' 39; Secretary Sophomore Class ' 40; Dramatics Club ' 39- ' 40; Secretary ' 40- ' 41; President ' 41; Junior Red Cross President ' 40- ' 41; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 40- ' 42; Treasurer ' 4 1 - ' 42; Maroon and White ' 40- ' 42; Circulation Manager ' 40- ' 41; Editor-in-Chief ' 41- ' 42. Karl Wilkerson McGhee State Band ' 39- ' 40; Junior Varsity Basket-ball ' 38- ' 39; Junior Orchestra ' 40- ' 41; Dramatics Club ' 42. Charles Emerson Neal State Basket-ball ' 39- ' 42; Football ‘39- ' 41; Track ' 39- ' 41; Civics Club ' 38; Boys’ Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42; Secretary; Presi- dent ' 42; Vice-President Junior Class; T Club ' 40- ' 42. THIRD ROW, TOP TO BOTTOM Doris Louise Neal Commercial Girls ' Hi-Y ’40- ' 42; President ' 41; Secretary ' 42; All- Students ' Council ' 40- ' 41; Girls ' Athletic Club ' 40- ' 42; Vice-President ' 42; Girl Scout ' 40- ' 42; Patrol Leader; Alchemist Club ' 41- ' 42; Vice-President ' 42; Commercial Club ' 41; T Club ' 40- ' 42; Junior Play ' 41; Home Eco- nomics Club; President ' 40. Myra Ann Netherland Commercial Home Economics Club ' 39- ' 41; Glee Club ' 40; D. O. Club ' 40-’41; Red Cross Council ' 38- ' 39; Intramural Council ' 38- ' 39. Clayton Henry O ' Dell Findley Preston O ' Dell State Civics Club ' 38; Speech Club ' 39; Manager Football ' 38- ' 39; Manager Basket-ball ' 38- ' 39. Wylma Rose Owen State Home Economics Club ' 39- ' 42; Glee Club ' 40- ' 41; Cheerleader ' 41 - ' 42; Dramatics Club ' 41 - ' 42; Secretary ' 41; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42; Girls ' Athletic Club ' 41- ' 42; Operetta ' 40- ' 41; Junior Play ' 41; Red Cross Council ' 39- ' 40; Commercial Club ' 40. David Walker Parrish, Jr. Polytechnic Football ' 37- ' 41; Basket-ball ' 39- ' 42; Captain ' 40- ' 41; President Senior Class ' 41; Boys ' Hi-Y ' 39- ' 42; Sergeant- at-Arms ' 40- ' 41; Treasurer ' 42; French Club ' 39- ' 41; President ' 39; Alchemist Club ' 39- ' 40; President ' 39; Vice-President ' 40; T Club ' 39- ' 42; Kru Club ' 39- ' 40; All- Students ' Council ' 39- ' 41. » « FOURTH ROW, TOP TO BOTTOM Patsy Virginia Patrick State Alchemist Club ' 40; Home Economics Club ' 39-’41; Cheerleader ' 40- ' 41; Head Cheerleader ' 41 - ' 42; Junior Red Cross ' 39- ' 42; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 4 1- ' 42; Secretary All- Students’ Council ' 42; T Club ' 40- ' 42. Warren George Phillippi State Kru Club; Boys ' Hi-Y; Football ' 38- ' 39-’41; T Club; Secretary Sophomore Class ' 39; Sergeant-at-Arms Junior Class ' 41; Sergeant-at-Arms Senior Class ' 42; Captain Football ' 41. Hugh Holman Post State Speech Club ' 38- ' 41; Band ' 38- ' 42; Glee Club ' 39- ' 41; T Club ’39- ' 42; Junior Civitan Club ' 39- ' 42; Operetta ' 39- ' 42; Orchestra ' 39- ' 41. John Bradley Reel Polytechnic Elmer Hubert Rexrode State Conley Sterman Richards State Civics Club ' 38- ' 39; Audubon Club ' 38- ' 39; Alchemist Club ' 40. Page 19 llie (J?[ Z56 FIRST ROW. TOP TO BOTTOM Bill Ringley Commercial D. O. Club ' 40- ' 42; Junior Play ' 41. Jack Ringley Commercial D. O. Club ' 40- ' 42; Junior Play ' 41. Herbert William Riordan Polytechnic Junior Civitan Club ' 39- ' 40; All-Students ' ' 41 - ' 42; Editor-in-Chief, The Cadmea ' 41- ' 42. Council Margaret Louise Royston State Home Economics Club ' 38- ' 40; Chorus ’41- ' 42; Audu- bon Club ' 39- ' 40; Alchemist Club ' 40. Benjamin Franklin Rutherford, Jr. State Basket-ball ' 38- ' 40; D. O. Club ' 40-’42; Boys ' Hi-Y ' 40- ' 42; Sergeant-at-Arms ' 41. „ v Frances Louise Shankel ■ j- State nch (Jlub ' 39- ' 42; Home Economics Club ' 38- ' 39. Jo Sherwood State William Edward Rutherford State Junior Civitan Club ' 41- ' 42; Dramatics Club ' 41- ' 42; Treasurer ' 41; Vice-President ' 42. SECOND ROW. TOP TO BOTTOM y G1$ Club ' 39; Junior Red Cross ' 39- ' 42; Home Eco- nomics Club ' 39- ' 41; Secretary ' 41; Maroon and White ' 41- ' 42; Alumni Editor ' 41; Exchange Editor and Circu- lation Manager ' 42; Secretary Junior Class ' 40; Girls ' • Hi-Y ' 40- ' 42; Secretary ' 41; Cheerleader ' 41- ' 42; T Club ■41-42.. Alice Anita Smith State nch Club ' 40- ' 42; Commercial Club ' 40; Vice- vi.y President ' 41; Alchemist Club ' 41- ' 42; Home Economics Club ' 38- ' 39; Maroon and White ' 41- ' 42; Dramatics Club ' 41. Clyde Randolph Smith Commercial D. O. Club; Football ' 39- ' 40. Jules Walker Smythe State Basket-ball ' 39- ' 41; Tennis ' 39- ' 42; The Cadmea ' 39-’40; Dramatics Club ' 41; President Sub-Freshman Class; President Junior Class; Cheerleader ' 41; Kru Club; T Club. Don Butler Stickley State President Sub-Freshman Class ' 37; President Fresh- man Class ' 38; President Sophomore Class ' 39; Boys ' Hi-Y ' 41- ' 42; President Student Council ' 41; Football ' 38- ' 41; Basket-ball ' 38- ' 39; Junior Play ' 41. THIRD ROW. TOP TO BOTTOM Claude Donald Swiney State Virginia Lee Templeton _ Classical CJL Orchestra ' 39- ' 41; Latin Club ' 40-’42; Vice-President 42; Home Economics Club ' 40- ' 41; Girls ' Athletic Club ' 41- ' 42; Alchemist Club ' 41- ' 42. Genevieve Thomas State Mary Ruth Vance Commercial Home Economics Club ' 40; D. O. Club ' 40; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 40- ' 42; Secretary Junior Class ' 40; Treasurer Junior Class ' 41; Secretary Senior Class ' 41. Sara Pearl Vance Commercial Junior Red Cross ' 39- ' 41; Junior Play ' 41; Girls ' Hi-Y ' 40- ' 42; Vice-President ' 42; Alchemist Club ' 40; Com- mercial Club ' 40- ' 41; Secretary and Treasurer ' 40; Home Economics Club ' 42; Glee Club ' 39- ' 40. Joseph Ingle Warren State Audubon Club ' 38; Junior Class Orchestra ' 40; D. O. Club ' 40- ' 41. FOURTH ROW, TOP TO BOTTOM Martha Louise Warren Commercial C ommercial Club ' 39- ' 40; Bible Club ' 39-’40; Home Economics Club ' 40; Alchemist Club ' 41 - ' 42; Glee Club ' 40- ' 42. John Michael White, Jr. State Civics Club ' 38- ' 39; Junior Civitan Club ' 41- ' 42. James Taylor Williams State Jack Arthur Winders State Transferred from High Point, N. C., ' 40; Football ' 40- ' 41; Basket-ball ' 41; Junior Civitan Club ' 40- ' 42; Vice- President ' 41; President ' 42; French Club ' 40- ' 42; Al- chemist Club ' 40- ' 41; Secretary Junior Class ' 41. Billie Wininger State Glee Club ' 41; Spanish Club ' 41; Home Economics Club ' 40- ' 41; Alchemist Club ' 41- ' 42; Civics Club ' 38. Audrey Mae Wolford Commercial Transferred from Holston Valley High School ' 41. Page 21 £a.it Will a.ncl Te6t iment We, the Seniors of Tennessee High School, City of Bristol, County of Sullivan, State of Tennessee, being of sound mind and good health, and realizing the nearness of our departure, do hereby declare this our last will and testament. FIRST: To Mr. Arrants, Mr. Eggers, and members of the faculty, we leave our sin- cere appreciation for their untiring efforts in our behalf and their unfailing interest in our every endeavor. SECOND: To our advisers, Miss Baxter, Miss Owen, Miss Sypher, and Mr. Gilling- ham, we leave our deepest gratitude for their faithful toil and enduring patience which have made our Senior year such a happy one. THIRD: To the Freshmen and Sophomores, our memories of four glorious years at Tennessee High, hoping they will uphold the traditions we have held so high. FOURTH: To the Juniors, our personal bequeaths: I, Andrea Adams, bequeath to Wilma Comerford my ability to hold two " Jacks " in one hand. I, Martha Jean Hulsey, will my ability to flirt to Mildred Terry, who is no " slouch " herself. We, Robert Boyd, Hugh Post, and Garnet McCall, will our musical tal- ents to Charles Francisco, Jack Brummit, and George Kuhnert. I, Betty Janes, leave to Josephine DeFriece my various lipsticks and secret art of make-up. I, Mary Ruth Vance, leave my beautiful hair to Jane Burrow. We, Bill and Jack Ringley, leave a portion of our " brotherly love " to Bill and Jack Faucette. I, Ted Stauffer, leave my bashful dis- position to Lawrence Carrier, hoping to make the school just a little quieter. We, Patsy P atrick and Wylma Owen, leave some of our " Pep " and school spirit to Emma Hamrick, Betty Campbell, and Leone Fleenor. We, Doris Neal, Louise Hunt, Myra Netherland, Stella Frye, Virginia Templeton, and Ruth Mottern, being the great athletes of the Senior Class, leave our ability to Betty Boyd, Mary Lee Lynch, and Gladys Coffey. We, Wayne McDonald and " Jim " Broce, leave our masterminds to Eula Jean McClellan, Doris Mauk, and Tom Driver. I, Clyde Smith, leave my ability to skip classes to Jack Harris. I, " Buddy " McGhee, will my ability to argue to any Junior who wants to get into trouble. We, " Jake " Phillippi, Bruce Campbell, " Wimpy " Gray, and Jack Winders, leave to " Ott " Wyatt, Robert Leslie, John Ford, and Herbert Roberts, the ability to play football. We Virginia Babb, Elinor Bowery, and Evelyn Blevins, leave our vast knowledge of the Com- mercial subjects to any Junior who wants to be a good secretary. I, Don Stickley, leave my school offices to Bill Tom Wayland. We, Alene Logan and Billie Jo Sherwood, do hereby bequeath our perfect friendship to Jane Millard and Jean Buckles. I, Robert Emmett McClellan, Jr., leave my " Blitzkrieg bob " to Billy Jo Lane. I, Hope Keller, leave my beautiful complexion to Robertine Boaz. I, Martha Havens, leave my sweet dispo- sition to Rosemary Jones and Aileen Arnold. We, " Charlie " Harris and Jules Smythe, leave our superb ability to play basket-ball to " Buck " Phipps and Arthur Riddle. We, B. F. Rutherford, Preston O ' Dell, and Charles Crockett, leave our studious natures which land us in detention hall to Dan MacMillan, " Charlie " Baker, and Elmer Vires. I, Charles Neal, leave my ability to " slay ' em " to Aubrey Meadows. We, John Furge and Eugene Donaldson, leave our quiet and peaceful manner in study hall to Chalmer Basham, and Bobby Frazier. I, Sam Lee, will my ability to make the nine-ball to any Page 22 SENIOR CLASS POEM (2LLL Behind us lie twelve years of toil; Ahead lie many more; We face a world that ' s in turmoil — A chaotic world of war. The BLUE AND GOLD must pull as one — ■ As one through thick and thin, And ere the battle clouds are done We ' ll WORK AND WAIT AND WIN. — Billy Hilton Bobby Nicar Jlait ancl Te6tament, (Continued Junior who wants to make some easy money. I, Lyle Jones, willingly leave my heart to Aleene O ' Dell. I, Mary Jo Crenshaw, leave my flaming tresses to Sue Reece. We, London Fallin and Herbert Dalton, leave part of our repertoire of " hill-billy " songs to any Junior with a good nasal voice. I, Jack Kelso, bequeath all my excess height to Dick Easley and Charles Minor. I, Stuart Ingram, being the " windy " member of the class, leave a portion of my wind to all Juniors, feeling that each one will get an abun- dant share. We, Jean Campbell and Frances Harkleroad, will our way with football players to Billie Hamm, Gloria Bachman, and Julia Reed. I, Bill Rutherford, leave my title of " speed-demon " to any courageous Junior. We, Reba Bouton, Peggy Martin, Edna Stophel, and Audrey Wolford, being the quietest girls in the class, leave some of this quietness to Doris Calhoun, Martha Bane, Pearl Smith, and Estaleen Cole. I, Rich- ard Bayes, leave my bicycle to any Junior who is tired of walking to school. I, J. T. Williams, leave my taxi for hauling D. O. students to any industrious Junior. I, Billie Wininger, leave my ability to write so that nobody can read it to any Junior who wants to fool the teacher. We, " Bobby " Nicar and Bill Hilton, bequeath our poetic talents to any Junior who wants to be famous. Lois Beaty Legator of Senior Class Witnesses: David Parrish, Fall President Wilfred Gray, Spring President Miss Ruth Sypher, Adviser Miss Billie Baxter, Adviser Miss Revely Owen, Adviser Mr. George Gillingham, Adviser Page 23 -Tim - OUTSTANDING SENIORS Garnet McCall Student Band Director Jim Broce Outstanding Scholar Don Stickley President Student Body Herbert Riordan Editor Cadmea Lois Beaty Outstanding Scholar Andrea Adams Cutest Girl Louise Hunt Girls ' Athletics Robert Boyd Most Talented Musician Alene Logan Senior Queen Dave Parrish Senior Class President " Wimpy " Gray Outstanding Athlete Charles Neal President Boys ' Hi-Y JUNIOR.... ..CLASS OFFICERS FALL SPRING Bill Wayland_„ President James Anderson — Vice-President Rosemary Jones Secretary George C BENSHAiN__Treasurer Lawrence Carrier — Sergeant-at-Arms W. K. Lambert President Dick Easley Vice-President Doris Mauk Secretary Emma Hamrick Treasurer Jack and Bill Faucette — Sergeants-at-Arms Row 1: Robert Alley, James Anderson, Aileen Arnold, Dorothy Arnold, Gloria Bachman. Row 2: Charles Baker, Martha Bane, Chalmer Basham, Robertine Boaz, Betty Boyd. Row 3: Jack Brummit, Jean Buckles, Jane Burrow, Doris Calhoun, Betty Campbell. Row 4: Theodore Cardwell, Agnes Carter, Billie Childress, Gladys Coffey, Esta- leen Cole. Tke (2[a.i$ oj otty - Tk tee . . . « Page 26 ' The (2ta.ii. ojj Totty-% . (y. Row 1: Madge Colvard, Marie Combs, Wilma Comerford, Ralph Conner, Josephine DeFriece. Row 2: Iris Denton, Tom Driver, Dick Easley, Bill Faucette, Jack Faucette. Row 3: Bobby Ferguson, Feone Fleenor, Charles Francisco, Coleen Frazier, Ardella Frye. Row 4: Helen Gray, Billie Hamm, Emma Hamrick, Ted Hayes, Alonzo Henry. Page 27 Keesee. Row 2: Dorothy Kilgore, Edith Koontz, George Kuhnert, Evelyn Loggans, Ruth Loxley. Row 3: Mary Lee Lynch, Dan MacMillan, Doris Mauk, Aubrey Meadows, Jane Millard. Row 4: Burlie Miller, Charles Minor, Robert Mottern, Eula Jean McClellan, Wallace McCray. The J?lcL4.4. o ' H ' ozty - Th tee Page 28 ' The (2[a.ii o jj Fozty - fl tee . . . Row 1: George Obens Phipps. ■SDeliv Charles Olson, Evelyn Peters, Mac Row 2: Elizabeth Pyli Reece, Arthur Riddle, Herbert Roberts. Row 3: Jerry Rucke Mildr TFeri fLL$f !j?Aiu3L Ylf SENTER, BERNICE SMITH, PEARL SMITH, f Sf ilma Watson, Bill Wayland, Grace Winebar- Page 29 ■ .4 . A FALL . %INCL John Adams President Hal La tttle f ‘ Jr esidenl Dorothy Bullock Vice-President jA kbe rwjSl a Mkq-Ptq si tJ Allen Mumpower Treasuiif Betcty Ruth R£el( ___X iw__ f®asurer Hal Littleford __Sergeant-at-Arms WT Serg Vu-at-Arms Row 1: J. Grubbs, C. Slagle, H. Leon rdM R. Wood- ward, O. Turner, R. Correll, M. JCeswer, D; IW£tc3nAT Proffitt, M. Fisher, J. Kummer, G. Barr. Pf r A Row 2: Mr. Phillippi, F. Birdwell, L. Spaulding, J . Rock, B. Dalton, M. Combs, E. Van Hook, L. Davidson, V. Faidley, H. HCelly, H. Brown, D. Bullock, M. F. McCrosky. Row 3: Mrs. Caldwell, J. Dix, B. Hashbarger, Miss Smith, B. Burrow, C. Crawford, M. A. Fletcher, L. Patton, N. Stickley, B. Francisco, D. Carmody, R. Rex- rode, A. Finkle, E. Galliher. Row 4: C. Barnes, E. Austin, J. Phelps, M. Calhoun, M. O ' Dell, A. McKee, B. Reel, B. Phillips, F. Hicks, B. Basham, H. Mundie, C. Fleenor, S. C. Faucette, M. J. Powers, M. Carter, G. Moore, J. Droke, N. Collis, L. Long, P. Hilt. Row 5: Mr. Heifner, M. Fain, E. Lane, R. Blevins, J. Adams, E. Mauk, A. Mumpower, C. Scott, B. J. Coontz, H. R. Bibee, S. Stephenson, J. Stone, C. Hilton, H. Littleford, L. Broyles, R. Blevins, N. Brae, C. Denton, N. Hall, O. Thomas, J. Beidleman, B. Overbay, C. Moore, M. Bray, J. Warren, E. McReynolds. ke ojj o tty- out . . . Page 30 I lie. ol oity -TfW . . . OFFICERS FALL Jimmy Cowan President Laura Ann King Vice-President Mary Graham Hooks Secretary Alice Crenshaw Treasurer Wayne Butterworth _ _ Sergeant-at-Arms SPRING Catherine Barker President Jimmy Cowan _ Vice-President Alice Crenshaw __ Secretary Frances Eggers Treasurer Bill Riley Sergeant-at-Arms Row 1: M. Barker, B. Morris, J. A. Stone, B. L. Campbell, S. Izzedin, V. Obenshain, M. G. Hooks, J. Cowan, W. Butterworth, M. Combs, D. Owen, V. Evans, C. Barker, M. L. Hammer, P. Sexton. Row 2: F. Eggers, P. Eggers, V. Wolfe, J. Spargur, B. Webb, J. Bush, O. Salyer, D. Wood, E. Davis, E. A. Repass, E. Beaty, J. Ferguson, H. Gray, P. Bewley, A. Faucette. Row 3: T. Puckett, V. Vance, E. Phillips, L. M. Phillips, R. Walls, J. Morphew, B. Shoemaker, L. Perry, S. Overbay, M. K. Sult, D. Carter, J. Hagy, E. Hull, F. Watson. Row 4: F. Wampler, J. Crockett, J. Godsey, B. Reynolds, M. Furrow, C. Winders, N. Ringley, M. L. Haynes, D. M. Slagle, M. J. Grow, M. Leslie, S. Leget, J. Crumley, J. C. Hall, J. Rainero. Row 5: H. Peters, F. Boyd, B. Jones, K. Williams, M. Sams, F. Barr, M. S. Cunning- ham, B. Donaldson, J. Hamrick, E. Powers, J. Shinlever, B. Sheets, J. Byrd, B. Proctor. Row 6: D. Crenshaw, K. Allen, B. Johnson, W. Anderson, F. Leslie, J. Richardson, A. Garrison, B. King, H. King, H. Smith, H. Harr. -Q[md At diet May love as bright as sunshine, And loyalty within us bide, Our feet be on the paths of truth, Where tho u dost ever guide. Oh, may we bravely fight each battle, Be kind in victory, And though the tide ' s against us Still sing of Tennessee Oh, Tennessee, our Alma Mater, May your banner lead, Oh, may we ever offer loyalty In word and thought and deed. We ' ll strive to keep thy colors All clean and tarnish-free, And may our gift be love and honor To thee, O Tennessee — Haskell Owen Page 32 THE CADMUS CLUB Lest in time our memories may falter and the thoughts of these days at Tennessee High should become dim, the Cad- mus Club has endeavored to publish an annual by which we can remember life as we have experienced it at Tennessee Hiq y W y y : Editor Herbert Riordan Cadmus Club Collects Money For Pictures low 1: Mr. Gillingham, Sponsor; Lois Beaty, Associate Editor; Jim Broce, Business Manager; Billie Childress, Lyle Jones, Advertising Manager. Row 2: Alene Logan, Bill Hammef tha Jean Hulsey. A a; 5 -Keller, Louise Hunt, Jimmy Kummer, Mar- Row 3: Emma Hamrick, Prances Proffitt, Eugene Donaldson ODELL, ' O rfU Ji vvvci T. EvitfMAY Fl EJ LB fJE y? MAROON AND WHITE The Maroon and White gives us a monthly account of what goes cn in our school. It is a member of the National Quill and Scroll and publishes a first-rate school paper. It is financed through the sale of student activity tickets, and through the Book Store. Maroon White Distributes Papers Row 1: Faucette, Post, Harkleroad, McDonald, Meadows, Faucette, Donaldson, Grubbs. Row 2: Dulaney, Adams, Sherwood, Havens, Boaz, Hamm, Driver. Row 3: Burrow, Blevins, Buckles, Comerford, Bachman, Millard, Babb. Row 4: Miss Broce, Sponsor; Crenshaw, Bowery, Smith. Row 1: Mr. Eggers, Adams, Logan, Stickley, Wayland. Row 2: Boyd, Coffey, Comerford, Hunt, Neal, Vance, McDonald, Patrick. Row 3: Childress, Gray, Henry, Kelso. Row 4: McCall, Boyd, Driver, Meadows, Phillippi, Parrish, Riordan. STUDENT COUNCIL Fall Don Stickley President Bill Wayland — Vice-President Alene Logan Secretary Andrea ADAMS_Treasurer Spring Bill WAYLAND__President Wimpy GRAY-V.-President Patsy Patrick Secretary Alene Logan Treasurer Mr. Eggers Sponsor D. O. Mr. Miller Sponsor Row 1: Arnold, Netherland, Leslie, Frye, Watson, Brown, Frazier. Row 2: Harrison, Combs, Mottern, Bouton, Leach, Vance, Hayes. Row 3: Rexrode, Warren, Ringley, McCary, J. Ringley, Lane. Row 4: Mr. Miller, McCray, Williams. Page 37 Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Falun, Buckles, Comerford, Owen. Furse, Janes, Millard, Crenshaw, Beaty, Shoemaker, Bachman, Gray, DeFriece. Winders, Nickels, Campbell, Blevins, Bowery, Smith, Glover, Smith, Miss Sypher. Kelso, Dalton, Lee, Smythe, Powers, Barr, Horne. DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS Fall Wilma Comerford — President Jean Buckles W.-President Wylma Owen_ Secretary Bill Rutherford — - Treasurer Spring Landon Falun. President Billy Rutherford — Vice-President Jack Kelso Secretary Wilma Comerford — - Treasurer Miss Sypher Sponsor ALCHEMIST CLUB PRESIDENTS Fall I R. E. McClellan II Aubrey Meadows Spring I Martha Havens II Ted Stauffer Miss Smith, Sponsor Row 1: Mauk, Neal, Hulsey, McDonald, Meadows, Riddle, Jones. Row 2: Calhoun, Keller, Havens, Adams. Row 3: Warren, Winebarger, Wininger, McClellan, Colvard, Carter. Row 4: Miss Smith, Bowery, Smith, Templeton, Boyd, Carrier. Row 5: Roberts, Rucker, Hilt. Page 38 Row 1 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB PRESIDENTS Fall 9b I _ Phyllis Eggers 9b II _ __ Doris Hockett 9a Mary Graham Hooks IIL_ Mary Iane Powers IV Virginia Babb Spring 9b Winona McCord 9a I . Ruth Marie Walls 9a II Jane Anne Stone III Jane Burrow IV Leta Johnson Miss Fortune Sponsor T CLUB Row 5: Correll, Johnson, M. Carter, Haynes, Proffitt, Crow, Beaty, D. Carter, Brown, Faid- ley, Leslie, Leget. Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Owen, Repass, Morris, Stone, P. Eggers, Campbell, Salyer, M. Combs, Brog- lin, M. V. Combs, Hagy, Hicks, Izzedin, Slagle, Coffey. Hockett, Fleenor, M. Barker, Spargur, Denton, Ringley, Bush, Cole, F. Eg- gers, Ferguson, Hooks, Miss Fortune. Vance, Wininger, Babb, Walls, Webb, Patrick, Calhoun, Sexton, Faucette, C. Barker, Evans, Watson, Crumley. Sams, Phillips, Bourne, Kelly, Cunningham, Davis, Overbay, Sult, Bewley, Gray, Hammer, Row 1: Reese, Salley, Logan, Sherwood, Patrick, Lynch, Coffey. Row 2: Hogsett, D. Neal, Hunt, Hamrick, Mottern, Hamm, Boyd. Row 3: Lambert, Harris, Stickley, Lane, Gray, Wayland, Smythe, C. Neal, A. O ' Dell. Row 4: Smith, B. Faucette, Driver, O ' Dell, J. Faucette, Jones. Row 5: Post, McCall, Meadows, Hilton, Stone, Wyatt, C. O ' Dell. Page 39 ! I Row 1: Lynch, Gray, Riddle, Boyd, Jones. Row 2: Bane, Templeton, Miss Sterret, Senter, McClellan. LATIN CLUB OFFICERS Fall Arthur Riddle ..President Helen Gray _ V.-President Rosemary Jones — Secretary Mary Lee Lynch — Treasurer Spring Sam Stephenson — President Virginia Templeton — Vice-President Dorothy Bullock — Secretary Betty Boyd Treasurer Miss Sterett Sponsor JR. CIVITAN CLUB OFFICERS Fall Robert Boyd President Jack Winders — Vice-President Bill Hammer _ Secretary Bobby Nicar Treasurer Spring Jack Winders... President Sam Lee Vice-President R. E. McClellan — Secretary Lyle Jones Treasurer Martha Jean Hulsey — Sweetheart Mr. Smith Sponsor Row 1: Mr. Smith, Post, Nicar, Hulsey, Hammer, Winders, Boyd. Row 2: Ingram, Lee, Dulaney, Jones, Riddle, Harris, Rutherford, Kelso. Page 40 Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Boyd, Hunt, Coffey, Neal, Burrow, Ferguson. Phillips, Reese, McCrosky, Allen, Lynch, Templeton, Beidleman, Fletcher, Salyer, Phelps. Reel, Burrow, Peters, Smith, Hog sett, Salley, Hicks, Combs, Broglin. Miss Combe. GIRLS ' ATHLETIC CLUB OFFICERS Gladys CoFFEY_President Doris NEAL__V.-President Jean FERGusoN_Secretary Betty Boyd Treasurer Jane Burrow — Publicity Chairman Louise Hunt — - Program Chairman Jane Burrow Scribe Doris NEAL_Patrol Leader Miss Fortune Sponsor Row 1: Babb, Burrow, Harkleroad, Neal, Jones, Gray, Ferguson, Proffitt. Row 2: Miss Fortune, Hunt, Birdwell, McCrosky, Barker, Morris, Stickley. Row 3: Francisco, Patton, Faucette, Carmody, Broglin. Page 41 » Row 1: Jones, Harkleroad, McDonald, Neal, Logan, Sherwood, Adams. Row 2: Frye, Owen, S. Vance, Bane, Bouton, J. Campbell, Coffey, Childress. Row 3: Patrick, Babb, Blevins, Bowery, Havens, M. R. Vance, B. Campbell, Hamrick. Row 4: Hunt, Beaty, Crenshaw, Mrs, Marney, Grimes, Keller, Glover, Bachman. GIRLS ' HI-Y OFFICERS Fall Doris Neal President Frances Harkleroad, Alene Logan Co-V.-Pres. Billie Jo Sherwood — Secretary Wayne McDonald — Treasurer Spring Frances Harkleroad, Virginia Babb Co.-Pres. Sara Vance V. -President Doris Neal Secretary Sarah Grimes_ -Treasurer Mrs. Marney Sponsor BOYS ' HI-Y OFFICERS Fall Marion Colvard — President Wimpy GRAY-V.-President Charles NEAL__Secretary Don Stickley-.. Treasurer Spring Charles Neal --President W. K. Lambert — Vice-President Wimpy Gray Secretary Dave Parrish Treasurer Mr. Miller Sponsor Row 1: Rutherford, Godsey, Gray, Conner, B. Faucette. Row 2: J. Faucette, McNew, Phillippi, Wayland, Stickley, Colvard. Row 3: Mr. Miller, Mauk, Campbell, Neal, Lambert, Parrish. Page 42 Row 1: Rucker, Mauk, Havens, Hamrick, Sherwood, Blevins. Row 2: Carmody, Proffitt, Reel, Coffey. Row 3: Combs, Babb. Row 4: King, Faucette, Patrick. Row 5: Walls, Hicks, Powers, Miss Hawkins. JUNIOR RED CROSS OFFICERS Emma Hamrick President Martha Havens — Vice-President Doris Mauk Secretary Jerry Rucker . .Treasurer CITY COUNCIL Gladys CoFFEY_President Dotty Carmody — - Vice-President Miss Hawkins __ .Sponsor SPEECH CLUB OFFICERS Fall Tom Driver President Emma Hamrick — Vice-President Billie Childress — • Secretary Jack Faucette .Treasurer Spring Bobby Joe Coontz— President Aubrey Meadows — Vice-President Emma Hamrick .Secretary Tom Driver Treasurer Mrs. Caldwell . Sponsor Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: J. Faucette, Hamrick, Boaz, Driver, Childress, Jones, B. Faucet Reed, Winebarger, Beidleman, Gray, McKee, Reel. Post, Mundie, Stickley, Patton, Burrow. Mrs. Caldwell, MacMillan, Huddle. Page 43 Row 1: B. Faucette, Mauk, Childress, McDonald, Winders, Kelso. Row 2: Harkleroad, Adams, Hulsey, J. Faucette. Row 3: Millard, Hamrick, Kilgore, Bowery, Smith, Blevins. Row 4: Miss Sypher, Shankle, Buckles, Comerford, Bachman Carter, Campbell. Row 5: Driver, Horne. i yjtF a iv 19 - br% O ' i FRENCH CLUB PRESIDENTS Fall I Billie Childress III Jack Kelso Spring II Wilma Comerford IV Charles Horne Miss Sypher, Sponsor SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS Fall Alonzo Henry__ President Herbert Davidson — Vice-President Billie Hamm Secretary Jean Campbell -Treasurer Spring Herbert Davidson— President Aubrey Meadows — Vice-President Josephine DeFriece — Secretary Betty Boyd Treasurer Miss Hawkins . _ Sponsor Row 1: Davidson, Havens, DeFriece, Hamm, Campbell, Henry. Row 2: Burnette, Reed, Lynch, Boyd. Row 3: Miss Hawkins, Brummit, Francisco, McCall. Row 4: Alley, Ferguson, Meadows. Page 44 1 r ' : 1 I ! 1 || 1 j II 9 3 I : VW I IP Row 1: Baker, Nickels, Hooks, R. Jones, B. Francisco, Gray, Stickley, Hilton. ' Row 2: Mauic, A. Faucette, Williams, Clayman, Denton, Stephenson, Helton, Proffitt, Henry, C. Francisco, S. C. Faucette, Overman, Kelso. Row 3: Leget, Izzedin, Proctor, Godsey, Phillips, Chase, Puckett, Anderson, B. Jones, Butterworth, Driver, Stone. Row 4: Row 5: Kuhnert, Hashbarger, C. O ' Dell, Davidson, Reynolds, Long, Crenshaw, Mc- Call, Boyd, Harr, MacMillan, Moore, L. Jones, A. O ' Dell, Fergusoil M. O ' Dell, Post, Hammer, King. Meadows, Barker, Bewley, C. Barker, Hamm, Adams, Mr. Wright, Sponsor, BAND - - - CHORUS Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: Royston, Beidleman, Bewley, Bowman, Morris, Shoemaker, Combs, Owen, Gray, Hulsey, Babb, Henry, McCall, Davidson, Godsey, Phelps, Carter, Phillips, Bush, Salyer, Watson, Mr. Wright. Warren, Hammer, Sexton, Rucker, Fleenor, Vance, Wolfe, Brown, Hagy, Repass, P. Eggers, Stone, Reynolds, C. Francisco, Brummit, Anderson, Proctor, Stickley, S. C. Faucette, Izzedin, Wininger, Martin, Crenshaw. Ringley, Mauk, Fleenor, B. Franciso, Keesee, Calhoun, Leget, Proffitt, O ' Dell, Barker, Long, MacMillan, Clayman, Kuhnert, Boyd, Moore, Leon- ard, Denton, Williams, A. Faucette, H. Gray, King, Campbell, McCrosky, F. Eggers, Mr. Wright, Sponsor. enlot 4 Sept. 13 — Rousing pep meeting today. Looks as if we ' ve really got the spirit this year. Started off right by beating Glade Spring 13-0. Sept. 16 — O. D. came to school with lipstick all over his chin. Even his best friends wouldn ' t tell him. Who did you have a date with, Ossie? Sept. 19 — Those Sub-Debs are at it again. Hair curlers, cold cream, signs, et cetera were in evidence today as they began initiation. Sept. 23 — Wanna buy a magazine? If so, just see any Senior, i.e., if he doesn ' t see you first. The first campaign to raise money for the Senior class is off with a bang! Sept. 24 -Mrs. Caldwell! How could you? In English class, pointing to the blackboard she said, quote, " Now, if you ' ll just watch closely, I ' ll run through it, " unquote. Sept. 25 — Mr. Sadler says the ' ' woman is the root of all evil. " If he doesn ' t quit talking about girls he ' s apt to poison the boys ' minds against them. What minds???? Sept. 27 -Mr. Sadler left today to join the American Airlines. He surely will be missed. Oct. 1 — Civitan outing at Camp Unaka. Food was dee-lish and moon was a hum- dinger. Oct. 2 —Scene today: Elmer Vires and Mildred Terry walking down the hall holding hands. Tch! Oct. 3 — School spirit is improving. Good pep meeting today and we tied Johnson City 6-6. Oct. 6 — Girls ' Hi-Y initiation began. Boys are gonna protest. What ' s the matter? Can ' t they stand it? Oct. 9 — The cafeteria became the happy picnicking grounds for new members of the Girls ' Hi-Y. They brought their lunch and sat on the floor and ate it. Oct. 10 — Kid Del Rio spoke to us in assembly. It was very entertaining, especially when " Patsy " Patrick boxed thin air and Betty Campbell. Winner? Afraid to say. Oct. 14 — Wayne was absent today and Lewis looked like the forgotten man. Man??? Oct. 15 — Mr. Gilling- ham and Evamay played " cross questions and silly answers " at Cadmus Club today. She kept us twenty minutes longer by asking dumb questions. Oct. 17 —All the football players flirt with " Peachy " Reed in fourth study hall. Dave Parrish seems to be in the lead. Oct. 23 — Girl Scouts presented a very entertaining assembly program. The speaker was a girl from England. Also, a good pep meeting. Oct. 24 —Movie today. Oct. 28 — Scalp those Indians, that ' s our cry! We play Kingsport this week. Oct. 30 — The Junior Class of 1941 presented a beautiful portrait of Mr. Eggers to the school. An impressive ceremony was held for the pres- entation. Nov. 3 — Lon Lilley and Buddy McGhee almost convinced Miss Sypher that Eng- lish does them no good. But — I notice they ' re still taking it. Nov. 11 -Armistice Day. A moment of silence was observed at 11 o ' clock today. Nov. 14 — What a pep meeting!! What a game!! Virginia sunk the Viking ship 20-19 for the first time in eight years. Nov. 18 Junior Civitans defeated Hi-Y in basket-ball today. Nov. 20 — Louise Hunt turned up in bookkeeping class with a Pepsi! Somebody ' s been to the " Friendly. " Nov. 21 — The Junior Class presented " She Stoops to Conquer " after which they entertained the Seniors with a dance. Nov. 24 — Scene in hall today: Elmer and (no not Mildred) Josephine holding hands. Elmer!!??? Nov. 27 -Beautiful Thanksgiving Day. It ' s wonderful to be free, white and happy, (and out of school for two days). Dec. 1 -Breathes there a man with soul so dead who never hath turned his head and said, " Hmm, not bad. " Dec. 2 -Hooray, two movies today. One about food, nearly drove people mad. Everybody developed an appetite in as- sembly. Dec. 3 — Report cards. " Many a heart that is weary today. " Dec. 4 — Bang! Bang! Fireworks in the halls today. Well, as Mr. Gillingham says, " Christmas is coming. " Dec. 5 — Football banquet. Bill Wayland elected new captain and " Mayor " Lambert, co-captain. Gosh, they sure are bashful. Dec. 16 — Bible Club presented a very good Christmas program today. Dec. 18 — Last day of school before holidays. Jan. 9 — Dramatics Club gave a swell assembly program today. Especially enjoyed was the ballet dance, " Fools Rush In " , by Evamay Furse and " Buck " Janes. Jan. 14 — One week until exams. O, well, things could be much worse. Remember Pearl Harbor? Jan. 16 — Mrs. Caldwell became a grandmother. Congratulations! Jan. 21, Jan. 22, Jan. 23 — EXAMS. Jan. 24 -We trounced the undefeated Blountville team tonight in two overtime periods. Whew! What a game! Jan. 26 — Heard the latest moron joke? They seem to be the latest thing. And are they pointless? Jan. 29 — Bill Wayland elected president of Student Body — and he ' s absent with the mumps. There seems to be quite an epidemic. Feb. 4 — Hear any squealing during sixth period? That was Lewis Grubb being thrown out of Senior algebra class. O, well, he never understood the stuff, anyway. Page 46 -m y v H-J to P D ) J, , . AA J lattt ftJuAs jy - Catherine Barker, Marjorie Barker, Phyllis Bewley Jack Faucette, Alene Logan, Wylma Owen, Jules Smythe, Patsy Patrick, Billie Jo Sherwood, Bill Faucette. , ini’£iir OF V I COACHES COACH ESSER COACH MACKEY attended Bristol, Tennessee, High School and here he was captain of basket-ball, baseball and co-captain of football. From high school he went to King College, and there he was " captain of basket-ball and co-captain of football. In college he re- ceived honorable mention in the Smoky Mountain Conference. In 1937, he became assistant coach at Tennessee High School. attended Emory and Henry College, and there earned 12 monograms. He was football and baseball captain there, and made the Little All-American Football Team in 1934. In 1935, he was assistant coach at Johnson City and from 1936 to 1939, he was coach at Norton High School. While attending Ohio State Uni- versity as a graduate student in 1939, he was assistant freshman coach. In 1940- 41, he was assistant coach at Galion High School, Galion, Ohio. In 1941, he came to Bristol to be head coach at Bristol, Tennessee, High School. Page 50 GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP Good sportsmanship is to be prized above all, And even though we ' ve lost a game on points, If we ' ve enjoyed ourselves and played the game, And at the end are able to say to all, We ' ve done our best, no matter what the score, Then we have truly formed a high ideal, An inspiration for our future years — Good Sportsmanship. Warren Phillippi, Captain Row 1: Managers Lee Spaulding, G eorge Long, Wayne Burnett, Charlie Harris. Row 2: Bill Wayland, Herbert Roberts, Mack Bray, Bud Blevins, Bob Leslie, John Ford, Jack Winders, Chalmer Basham, Ed Faidley, Earl Lane. Row 3: Charles Wyatt, Mayor Lambert, Sam Faidley, Dave Parrish, Charles Neal, James Anderson, Bruce Campbell, Bill Riley, Herbert Seavy, John Bell. Top Row: B. Wayland, H. Seavy, M. Bray, B. Riley. Bottom Row: B. Campbell, J. Anderson, J. Ford, D. Parrish. REVIEW OF THE FOOTBALL SEASON Sept. 12 — The Vikings opened their 1941 football season with a stubborn Glade Spring eleven, in the local stadium, but a final quarter rally brought a 13-0 victory. Sept. 19 — Handicapped by the loss of several injured starting men, the home eleven played host to Erwin, but lost the Big Five tilt 18-0. Sept. 26 — Still suffering from bad breaks, the Vikings invaded Knoxville to meet Young High, but came home with a 20-0 defeat. Oct. 3 — Revising his lineup, Coach Mackey and his boys journeyed to Johnson City. After a thrilling first minute score by the Vikings, the Hilltoppers tied the score 6-6 with a fourth quarter sprint. Oct. 10 — Returning to the home field, the inspired Vikings met a small, but fighting St. Charles eleven; however, the Maroon and White team overwhelmed them 51-0. __ Page 52 Top Row: W. K. Lambert, W. Gray, H. Littleford, C. Neal Bottom Row: S. Faidley, J. Winders, C. Wyatt. i d Oct. 17 — For four exciting quarters the Betsy Cyclones and the Tennessee Vikings fought up and down the field until an intercepted pass gave Betsy the break, and the ball game 6-0. Oct. 23 — Although this was scheduled to be an open date, the Tennessee eleven took on a powerful Meadowview team, which proved to be stiff opposition, the Vikings winning 19-6. Oct. 30 — Seeking to break th e long string of defeats at the hands of the Kingsport In- dians, the home team fought their hearts out for four quarters, only to suffer a 26-12 defeat. Nov. 7 — Still displeased by the setback by Kingsport, the Viking squad invaded Mor- ristown, seeking a win. The result was a 13-13 tie. Nov. 14 — The big day of the season finally came. Virginia and Tennessee were both in tip-top condition. When the final whistle blew, the Bearcats led the Vikings by the margin of one point, the score being 20-19. Page 53 » AT THE GAMES BASKET-BALL VARSITY SQUAD Arthur Riddle, Charles Harris, Mac Phipps, Jules Smythe, R. E. McClellan, Charles Neal, Joe Skinner, Herbert Seavey, Sam Lee, Mac Bray, Wimpy Gray JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD Joe Skinner, Chalmer Basham, Dick Easley, Charles Wyatt, Edward Campbell, Eugene Donaldson, H. R. Bibee, John Adams, John Droke, Mac Bray, George Furge, Allan Finkle, Jerry Rucker, Arthur Riddle j A ! ( 1 jl y ty a L l -y J au . ■ } lib m II rl Jules Smythe, Guard Herbert Seavey, Forward Mac Phipps, Forward Sam Lee, Guard 19 20 12 40 14 32 36 25 28 38 22 28 28 18 24 34 42 45 31 40 Coach Mackey -A ' - tf T Charles Neal, Center R. E. McClellan, Cente SEASON ' S RECORDS Dec. 12 Tennessee High 42 Wallace Dec. 16 " " 24 Holston Valley Dec. 19 " 24 Johnson City Jan. 9 " 16 Knoxville High Jan. 10 " 23 Holston Valley Jan. 13 " 30 Elizabethton Jan. 17 " 21 Chattanooga Jan. 23 26 Erwin Jan. 24 30 Blountville Jan. 30 " 23 Kingsport Jan. 31 " " 24 Johnson City Feb. 7 14 Bradley Feb. 13 33 Elizabethton Feb. 14 " 23 Bluff City Feb. 16 " 11 21 Blountville Feb. 18 " " 39 Morristown Feb. 19 " " 29 Knoxville Feb. 20 35 Chattanooga Feb. 24 44 Erwin Feb. 28 28 City Championship Kingsport Games Jan. 26 Tennessee High 23 Virginia Feb. 6 " " 22 Virginia Feb. 26 35 Tournament Virginia Mar. 3 Tennessee High 40 Mary Hughes Mar. 6 " " 26 Blountville Total Tennessee High 573 Opponents Charlie Karris, Forward GIRLS’ ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Betty Burrow Ping-Pong Manager Louise Hunt Badminton Manager Jane Burrow Volley-ball Manager Doris Neal Basket-ball Manager r Virginia Templeton Sara Vance LFouI Pitching Manager Shuffleboard Manager Jane Phelps Mary Lee Lynch, Louise Hunt Softball Manager Volley-ball Officials T ft M Wf BASKET-BALL Frances E. Combe V OLLEY-BALL Director of Girls ' Physical Education Program CHAMPION SENIOR VOLLEY-BALL TEAM Louise Hunt, Wylma Owen, Doris Neal, Billie Wininger, Wilmeth Carrier, Virginia Templeton, Captain; Elinor Bowery; Sara Vance First Aid Stickley, Mundie, Fleenor, Faucette Pyramid Builders BrogLin, Ev-ans, Gray, Hammer, Shoem er, Campbell ( THANK YOU, COME AGAIN " 42er’i JUNIORS GIVE US A FIT CHOW TIME rw- FUTURE EINSTEINS " 7 f 4A. C l Lwv ' . 2 W -c Jy HMV ' v -• j. y aX- A ' ; fr " jaa CU a r juxj Blowing It Out Noise Makers Wonder If They Can Whistle? Lot of Brass Chantez-vous Francais? Wood — Wind ' If REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR SOCIAL BUTTERFLIES ★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Buy Defense Bonds and Stamps ★ Compliments of S T E R L I N gTh OUSE ★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ 1941 Graduates of Tennessee High at King College KING COLLEGE BRISTOL. TENNESSEE-VIRGINIA ★ 1 9 4 5 ★ Cooperating with the Government in its defense program, high school students may enroll June I for regular work. An Excellent Four-Year Senior College, with Hundreds of Alumni in Bristol CATALOG ON REQUEST SHANKEL MILLING CO. Compliments of Bristol, Va. whiteS v SEAL TIRE SERVICE STORE Flour, Meal and Feed Ninth and State Sts. FURROW ELECTRIC COMPANY Modern Methods of Safe Electric Wiring and Correct Lighting Lighting Fixtures Electrical Supplies " Everything Electrical " 408 State Street Phone 162 Compliments of ninitori 607-609 State Street Bristol " Furniture of Enduring Quality " ROTARY CONGRATULATES ' ' Builders of Good Citizenship” 0 The Class of 1942 BRISTOL CIVITAN CLUB FLOWERLAND " We Design to Please " Corner Sixth and Shelby Streets Compliments of COWAN-GRANT CO. Phone 1999 BRISTOL, TENN. BRISTOL, VIRGINIA DRY CLEANING LAUNDRY PHONES 44 AND 1444 EDGEMONT SERVICE STATION Phone 1298 BRISTOL, TENNESSEE Compliments THE S. E. MASSENGILL CO. Manufacturing Pharmacists Bristol, Tenn.-Va. BRISTOL FURNITURE CO., Inc. PIANOS " We Furnish the Home Complete " Band Instruments Pay Us a Visit — The Store out of the High Rent District — Walk a Block and Sheet Music Save the Difference » « Corner Sixth and Shelby Streets Bristol, Tennessee McCLISTER MUSIC CO. ★ ★ Compliments of HOLSTON SMALL LOAN COMPANY ★ ★ All Through the Years OLDSMOBILE The Oldest Name in American Motordom BRIGHTWELL-SPINKS, Inc. GOOD GLASSES I IF YOU NEED THEM GOOD ADVISE YOU DON ' T tytt Examined 633 SUk FOR CLEAN Recreation Visit the BRUNSWICK 12 Lee Street Bristol, Virginia Compliments of The Bristol Grocery Co., Inc. Bristol, Virginia Compliments of BALL BROTHERS, Inc. FURNITURE HUTCHESON STUDIO Photographs of Distinction Bristol, Virginia Our Motto: " Always the Best " BRISTOL FLORAL COMPANY 534 STATE STREET BRISTOL You Are Always Welcome __ AT MINOR ' S “ Compliments of HULSEY FLOOR SERVICE W. T. GRANT CO. Inlaid Linoleum Floors Refinished 644 State St. Bristol, Tenn. PHONE 2005 KELLY GREEN The Best INS U R AN C E Photographic Merchandise Service ★ ★ ROBERT M. EASLEY 514 Cumberland St. Bristol, Va. Fire — Life — Casualty Union Trust Bldg. SULLINS COLLEGE Is fully accredited and offers best advantages in preparation for University or for Remunerative positions. The advantages in Music, Art, Expression, Dramatics, Home Economics and Secretarial Course are in keeping with the high literary standards. Confer with us at Sullins College for infor- mation in reference to any courses desired. W. E. MARTIN, President For Invisible Half-Soling BUY and Shoe Renewing H E C H T ' S Take Your Shoes To BOSTON SHOE SHOP Fine Bread, Cakes, 702 State St. Bristol, Tenn. and Pies Opposite Cameo Theatre Phone 1768 MOORE-EARHART COMPANY ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT AND LUGGAGE Outfitters of School and College Teams 647 STATE STREET BRISTOL, VIRGINIA EYE IT TRY IT BUY IT y CHEVRO LET McCLURE MOTORS KINNEY SHOE CO. Shoes for the Entire Family 504 State Street Compliments of BRADLEY ' S DRUG STORE KEMBLE-COCHRAN CO.. Inc. Foremost for Thirty-four Years Booksellers, Stationers, Office Outfitters State Street Bristol, Virginia Compliments of " Where the Best Costs the Least " GLENWOOD— MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERIES HOTEL BRISTOL " Modern Burial Parks " Bristol, Va.-Tenn. Perpetual Care PHONE 374 Offices: 7 Moore St., Bristol, Va. " AHEAD AT THE FOOT " » » » Uanttervort’s Smart situs QUAUTY SHOES PBflPtaifimi Smart Styles, Quality Shoes Properly Fitted Paramount Building Bristol, Tennessee JAMES M. BARKER. Jr. Fire and Automobile Insurance BRISTOL, VA.-TENN STONE LUMBER COMPANY BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 5134 Third Street Compliments of H. V. SMITH ESSO STATION Comer Fifth and Anderson McKAMEY SHOE SHOP For Better Shoe Repairing 819 Moore Street CONGRATULATIONS To the members of the 1942 Class we extend our heartiest con- gratulations. Our very best wishes will follow you into what- ever tasks you may now turn. And our service will be avail- able to help you along the road to success. TROY LAUNDRY CO. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE DICKEY INVESTMENT COMPANY ERNEST H. DICKEY PHONE 90 8 V 2 Front Street Bristol, Va.-Tenn. WOPI " The Station Most People Listen to Most " THINK IT OVER! Your Best Investment Next to Education Is Your Personal Appearance We Can Help You With the Latter BLAKLEY-MITCHELL COMPANY FIFTY-THREE YEARS OLD YET YOUNG IN IDEAS If " life begins at 40, " we ' ve a thirteen-year jump on life . . . and for those young folks who want things " young " , we ' ve the live- liest fashions for young life. For though we ' ve served four gen- erations and have attained our Golden Anniversary, we are entirely in tune with the lives and needs of the younger folk . . . and our stocks are filled with fashions expressly for them. THE H. P. KING COMPANY BRISTOL OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT All Makes of Typewriters Rebuilt, Overhauled and Repaired Moore Street -:- Bristol, Virginia -:- Phone 200 We Sell Wayfarer Shoes for The Entire Family BRISTOL HOME TRADE STORE MARION COWAN, Manager Compliments of BASSETT ' S DAIRY PRODUCTS Compliments of GIBSON CANDY COMPANY CONFECTIONERS BRISTOL, VA.-TENN. Compliments of APPALACHIAN HARDWOOD CASKET COMPANY BRISTOL, TENNESSEE W. I. BOLLING MOTOR CO. GENERAL REPAIRS Carbureter and Ignition Service BETTER CLEANING Renew the Beauty of Your Garments Our Cleaning Methods Will Do it . . . HOME DRY CLEANERS HATTERS— CLEANERS— DYERS Phone 1704 16 Front St. Bristol, Va. " LEARN IT RIGHT " Bristol Commercial College Bristol, Tenn. Compliments of COX WHOLESALE CO. Typewriter Sales Service Exclusive ROYAL Representative Phone 746 34 Moore St. P. L. FLEENOR, Mgr. Compliments of ROBINETTE SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Compliments of Compliments of WATT ' S BAKERY BRISTOL DRUG WE ARE WITH YOU Tennessee High HOLSTON HARDWARE COMPANY Phone 2036 120 State St. MOORE ' S MANUFACTURING COMPANY Potato Chips, Peanuts, Popcorn, Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Candies Compliments of FAUCETTE COMPANY JOE LIPPO Home-Made Ice Cream and Pop Corn VIRGINIA INTERMONT AN ENDOWED JUNIOR COLLEGE Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and all other agencies that accredit junior colleges, including the University of the State of New York. STANDARD COURSES: 1. Classical two-year courses admitting to Junior Year in Senior Colleges and Universities. 2. General Cultural Courses (largely elective) for those not planning to spend more than two years in college. 3. Home Economics. 4. Business and Secretarial Courses. 5. Art. Fine and Applied Art including Costume Design, Interior Decoration and China Painting. 6. Speech and Dramatic Art. 7. Physical Education. 8. Music: Piano, Organ, Voice, Violin, Theory. 9. High School. Sports for every student: Archery, basket-ball, field ball, gymnastics, hockey, horseback riding, riflery, swimming, tennis, track, tumbling, volley-ball Beautiful new Day Students Social Center building constructed in 1940 contains study room, locker and powder rooms, large club room with knotty pine paneling, pegged floor, large stone fireplace and comfortable furnishings. For Catalogue and Full Information Apply to H. G. NOFFS1NGER, President, Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of S. H. KRESS CO. RALPH ' S CONFECTIONERY Where " Scholastic ' ' Quality School Supplies Are Sold Complete Funeral Service AKARD FUNERAL HOME Corner James and Cumberland Streets BRISTOL, VIRGINIA GRAY ' S DAIRY " Bristol ' s Leading Dairy " CAMEO and COLUMBIA THEATRES We Wish for You Success and Happiness Through the Years to Come ROSES 5-10-25c STORE School Supplies our Specialty Best Wishes to the Seniors For a Success — — — 1 Eat at our Luncheonette and Fountain. GEORGE W. VANCE MOST MODERN IN BRISTOL COMMISSIONER OF FINANCE Compliments R. J. MOTTERN of BRISTOL STEEL IRON WORKS Congratulations to Seniors of ' 42 Commissioner of Streets and Public Property Compliments of RUTHERFORD FREIGHT LINES, Incorporated BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. Compliments of HOME BENEFICIAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. The Smart, Well-Dressed Man is Outfitted By . . . ReMINE-GOBBLE, Inc. PARAMOUNT BUILDING Compliments of PARAMOUNT AND STATE THEATRES Courtesy Compliments of of BRISTOL DOOR LUMBER CO. BLEVINS FUNERAL HOME Phone 1010 Compliments of Compliments of UNCLE SAM ' S LOAN OFFICE CHAS. A. SCHIEREN CO. Enj oy Southern Maid Ice Cream " Made in Bristol " SOUTHERN MAID, Inc. Phone 5108 Bristol, Va. Gibson Electric Ranges and Refrigerators GOOD HARDWARE Mitchell-Powers Hardware Co. 1880 (Sixty- two Years of Service) 1942 D. B. RYLAND CO. — Jewelers — " It Pays to Buy the Ryland Kind " MONCIER ' S GROCERY GROCERIES— MEATS Comer of Woodlawn and Edgemont Free Delivery Phone 59 L. R. PETERS (The Friendly Store) " Cafeteria No. 2 " Style Steps Out in NEW FORD MERCURY STATES MOTOR CO., Inc. Sales Service For McCHESNEY LESTER Graduation DIAMONDS. WATCHES, JEWELRY Qpa w ' Ask About Our Weekly Payment Plan WONT YOU HAV-A-TAMPA The Largest Selling Cigar in the South COWAN BROS. 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