Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA)

 - Class of 1930

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' ' ,lg ,jg ,jf , ' X. 5, 4 '74 t Q 4 2 N 4 sf, . ,tg t .' .JS ff ' Q , ' ' 2 ' -"K 'Q A X' VIGKI5 ff VICIIX published by The SENIOKg and -IUNIOK9 CLASSES of V TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL I 1 l Forsan. et haez' olim meminisse ill,l'IlbifLXvERCIL That this little book may help us to recall those memorie ome hitter. some sweet. with which our high school days wexe I filled. is the wish of the annual staff of 1930. l L k l , - 4 8 . 'l' ' 1 m ' r 4 ' Q03 5 I 'oy v ,Vi r-4 r Li:-dl ..-5,1 llllNOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINEJIIIIIIIIIHIIIIISNEII JVIAIDS and a JVIAN ' ' ' H W lllllllllll H f'2II'l'l!If1' T. H. Guu:E'rT. l,I'iIll'illll1 Xllss A. l'JoRo'I'm Huxs Alssislanl lII'lllCil1fll Miss ANNIE M. PIEE French MIss Cl-ZRTRUDE J. COMET Euglisll MIss MARcIA A. CLARK Domesfic .4rl MIss WIILLAMETTE GREEN .fllalhemalics Mas. M. A. HIur:ELx Lalin MIss 1.015 ENE Science MIss DOROTHX HILIIEIIT Music MIss ELEANOR BOATWIIICIIT History' MIss ANN BRADDT Mathematics MRs. W. C. LTETH English MRs. W. W. SNOW French. MIss EDITH NNILHMAN C eogra phy MIss LORA M. PEARc:E English MIss SIIsIE L-INGFORII lllallzenmlics MIss ELOISE Nomus Science BIISS IVIARY CILLILAND Mathelnalics MIss ELIZABETH HENRY English MIss BELLE WALKER Hislory anrl Civics Xllss .SIUXL Jos lxmaxm Comrnerciul .Nllss Mun T. AIILLI-II! Spa n 1.311 MISS ELIZNBETH Burr: l,h41'SiCl1l Training Mlss MAEEL E. BOIIEN Plzysical Training MIss HELEN SMITH English MISS M.,xRGIIERITI-3 CoIvsINs English Mlss ELIZABETH WVELLS C0l7lll1l'l'CllIl Miss NIABEL BYRD English MIss BERNIcE will-ISE History MIss ANNIE B. DANIEL English MIss ELIZABETH KEEPS Biology MIss PAULINE PATTERSON C0ll1lIlC'l'Ci!1l MIss ELIZABETH HAYES Commercial MIss SARA FULLBRIGHT .f1latl1enmtics MIss ELIZABETH DOVVLINI: Science Mics. NIARCARET WHITE Domestic Science Miss NAOMI URIEH Colnrnercial Jr! Mus. M. M. OwENs Librarian Miss ANN G. 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YZF Elm' lWi!lz. apologies to .4. fl. Milne! When I was a freshman I'd just begun WIICH I was a Sophomore I thought I knew more When I was a Junior I was smart as eould be But now I'm a Senior I am clever as clever- I think I'll be one forever 'n' ever. DOROTHY SHARP, '30. AY ZIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIZNE lllllllIl!l3'kf!llIlllIIIlI lIll!iYM!l 1930 1WaE5lIIIIIllIlllIlIll'.iN'fEfI UINISWEINIIIIIMIIHISYM 5 .WY1 7 ,..-if-ww,-H-W. 1 , ,I--v-.rf--vw-'vw " ' " 'f ' Illb :ami El' WAN ,,,, 75 " "U lfllfl .WIIIIV l'ou'r'r Illf' .Lfifliv gif ux L . L In .ww nur.wl.v us IAflIf'I'.Y .we llsf' ---BURNS. Nl uugixlu-3'1' :Xl.S'l'4bX hugh Fllllllllgl. suv:-I Slllglllgl lzlrlx. l'll.lQ.XNUll Bums an dainty llwsflwx slnfplmcnlvw zm ulel-hlslmlmlml lmwgguy. .XlXHlLXlll'I'l' .-Xsl1l,m naming grain Iilllglllllg III lllu' fumluuv - llfiglll 1-Ulm:-nl lminb. Ill 'ru HL nrrux elulls Nllll vurlx ln'msu Illlll' soft ,LlIilIlt't'S, H 51,1-LA. 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Xlumu Mu: J.xnl:uL1. r-nllzumving 111+-lmlirfs -f-lnesl Sellers. Es'1'1cl.LE l,uvKm-il-' ll innif Liglzlnwr .XII the- wurlmls a stage- Ii -XTH LEEN JONES lx4l1lillx5A"NlllISlllllF on the fmnt lawn. NIILURED l.ORl41li .1 Pillllll mmlvl. Paris gmxns, iLE1:'1'N Ll D15 lx1'rm:H ms eighteen clay flirt. S.-XIRAII N'l.XLL:XlllJ . IlllIU'l'SlIIt'S. relulxves. pmlessm's. l,l c:11.Lu LAMB ll-lIll'l' HI'k'll4'SIl'iib, pllplllill tunes. lil.15xN01: NlILLEH llulch girls. wimlmills. tulips. lxli.-KNCES LAZI-LN Lax' lummlwlll Shining Illfllllgll Sll1ll'llSll muss IMOUEN E NIONSALVATGE lll'll. l nlack and gay orange of Ll NIa1'ipusz1 lily. .-. L Y.- - K- , , lu... -.- -MM . - ---M "'f1 r----'--ff---H 1 H ---ff'--Y--W 1, -LJ kl' K-J.uAuw J.-Uilli Nlmii lllilll 11:-els, ll'lSll snules. Imlvy muy, S,x1,1,1u Nlxb: P,x1:m'15 star' llfllIt'lf'r. :tug lines, L1l'1lllQ'lU5 Impx, ul Nl xlauuxl-:'r Mm E l'lll'l't'Ill lTXf'lllS. lruck IIICUIS, lliSlnl'3 trfuvlxels. Auczlz PATQLHE ure. twinkling toes. Duke llliNtfl'rilf. HILDA NELSON puinl lll'llSllt'S. dI't'ilIlly eyes. luariwnlelte slums. ISABELLE PLL?NKET'1' cln-rrx trees in lrlumn-411135 in ulml Jllllilll. illl Domus NOWELL freukles. lrrilliant sunsets. C0l111's ni green and blue. OPHELIA PONDEH Q-usp Cllilil' lx-aside il gluxving f11'cph1cc'. an npen Copy of Xvrgll. NELL NOWLIN "une llIlt'l'I'iIlg pllrpnsef' .1 perfect uttilurle tnxvulwi life. Duuouix POWELL Hnxxxulwe languages. Eiffel 'l'mx'er. Miss Pagefs praise. AUJJ1 H X11 Af 1 1 EET 'QEQ C?Q,Q?E,l9mlCP ll I lv" W' ""' K lllfxlllf ,zflnl .1- ' lim," , , " '.N,M-,.,, k " Xldlll' Xnlninette- -dainty lrlueluxirrilmln X ,,,7 Y, ANN E ll0I3ER'l'SON .4 1111-1'lm'v-slxs fll clrewwml In uuml gl"-1-11 l'll.lZAlEE'l'll SH.xPu:o 5...-lm Wagga'--tlw l'.lHHlllLll Q1ll.ll'4l '- llmtliglltx llldlit'-llil. l'1R,XNliES ROBINSON -pearl lwvklavcs. l7uRoTm' SHARP 51:11-lxizw alter slluwers--spm't -Innes' Mvgur l'.llglISlI Claus.-s Nlrxxn-3 l,lili llL'BENSTl2IN ilu- lvest alll urnuml. Nluuox Sli.-KHP . wax print:-d Cl!lIll7+ljLJ!llCl xYt'llaIt?l'. C,xROLxN Slxxumgx l'lll'lAl' lff.lllf:'I'S. luusketlxall guru:-s, loud -pq-.llxc'1's. il vlnml nf dust. AMELIA SIIEFTALL lull rl6lIllQ'l puplur Il'Ct'S'LlIllI1llllll't'llll'Ill:-- fif-l4l llay. I7ulxNm:1ss SCOTT llnllrgzc lllxnmm--1-lfmwls -Irish-r's lmells. Mun SIIEPPAIIIJ Ll prlfm reflecting ull of the Fllllli llflgllll colors. 1, vs 7' "" .v"'v --"' W ls ' p'qpl. .A K .- g .r Lg: l l k .W II ill' 'lung ' - 1' 4 4..- mwft ,A4, ,M ,.,, rf - - xml i ,, Nant Slllillllfl-' lilllr. vain-tl. .lupalm-sv fmtuettf-. tlunx X lilllllillt ll.ippe-rn-tte inn lnunmls. A1-t:un'r1 N ip 'l'm1r1,m'ox .1- enlleinen prefer lilumls5'- lrllle-eywl gzentiztns. EsTiLt.l.1a Wfmxox .1 sunny lmmlx rippling uver bright pelilmlw --Qurprisc puckugvs. NlAR1,XlilCT -liHNll'l.ETUN amaml pina'-sp:-Q-nl tests. flying tingr-ra H i:1.taN XY.x1,ki:n I't'Yt'l'iCf'SIll'll1g1 fewt'-tlw xmrlml lflllflltllj. Lot lst: 'l'nm1,xs Hur-1l3n SLlI11'l'it'll'Lllll1lIIl1Pllllt' rides- peunuts atntl lullipups. Aiugzx XXlxL1,,xt:1-3 Lungfs Fairy Stories- wit music. Nlxnmiztic TIDWI-LLL at lHlntlt'l'll Portia -Billie Illne- peuvll lll0SSUHlS. lmgxi: Wi:.xTn uns ulatugzli unml Ilia- world laughs uilli you" ffUglr'Illorp6. F 'i"""w"' """ V' ' ' ' " AT ', "' ' " Ywvz l F, R J ggmji, ,eng ittt wsu li! llxfill xl,l,, 'Auf r W "H 1 v W .. , ,, .WW , lg 1 X Q ,wi . ..,. HT., ,..v.,,.-T' ,L......,,,,,,,..,...,.I1': R ' K J ' ' H, ' ul -WlAllJ5:1ml414 WIAN liz, ,",L1,v,j, 4' H, S fi liL"l'lI NVILLIAMS ulws 'giggles-Wsparkling Cllallipllglli Doms WOLb'E Queen of the Fairies- Fisher liody-lleurts. ANN Wirus lit-ei-I1 lslaud--long rides-"Boll -1 I 5213, .522 I The girl of today with her skirts hlowing high Is a lot more comfortable I sez. sez I Than the prim little miss of the days of yore With her dress very full nearly dragging the floor. The lass with her locks over one shoulder thrown Didn't dream of short skirts and hair cut wind hlown. Girls change with the times I sez. sez I And why do their parents all nearly die? The mothers sigh and shed many tears. Yet down in their hearts they know they're "old clears' With hearts that are pure and as solid as gold Still they're "outrageous" and "terribly hold." IIIARY SHEPPARD, '30, ' . 'T "" 'm""1x,'r"'7'z':j"i 1'Vw':-Wi T' P, """"" """1 r., "" 'f"w'f"7' rw , ,f""W'1r 'l it ..... IZ., l,f,,,'T. .fA,,,.r4l..i ..., LI,1..if,L I isll,.l.L.,lE.lrrl5Q..l.LlLll.l1l1.-.ITL 'ffl iJ..l l l1l,..Cru-... 14 ..,..v ...,..,,. -.,fvvYv,v .,,. - ..,..v.......Y . Alf.. X AQUA laik , ,'I.u.i,,,e." 'V ff ,T ,... .' f -,"ll."Xll,lh:m4l4i -'llf E'bl'llHli1' rSl'lll.0l'.Y i QD? l NlARTHA ANDERSON that Soulliern 1ll'HWlfWlI1Cl liluuu liulm. FRANCES GARDNER Slip Spring lmlussunls uf trailing urliutus - siill purple llaze of distant muuntuins. Ei.izAEE'rH BAILIE exquisite old-fashioned jewelrygstewple Cll?lSC'-lllgll jumps. Lois HARRIS girl SCULIISYCRIIHIJ l'l1'6SfSK'l4llM'S. MARY BUREH l1uSy llees wurliing in Ille srlllliglit-peaire ful. quiet. green zneacloiss. NIARGARET HENSOLN talking pic!ure-S-vitapllone prmlui-tions. ELIZABETH Dicks soft-eyed southern he-Iles. LOUISE HILDEBRANDT G. S. VC. W.-track meets. FRANCES FARMER freshly pulled sirup candy'-cascades. EDMUNDA HINE Alalanufs race -athletics. F. We izmrf 'fimff 1930 if? S 2 I R 2 15 7 " ' 7 ' ' " "W ' ' QI" "fffff',, l.."-1f4' 1'fT.JfW,.1' , 1 'tr "-' '41V,"' Y . ."l.l A 7:1 I: A -L A, A4,., M-Q -V ll Al l 15 Jlrlll .4 A ' ll1XN in Q M.: Louisa HUGHES lllslury lumks-zltlllvtir lryuute. lJon0THx Mxxox golden xniveil lllgllllllgillf - .'lIis.c Clwrrp l1',0SSUIIl. Sm-1 HLTNTPIIK lH'lPNIl't'y1'll Sllsun-finely spun corrl filk. l4lfNA NllTLLIlLXN Cretan liurlm -soulful tT'XlJI'tfS5lHll. Nouns NIADDOX Xlllllllkl xY'ii5lllllgIlll1 sillmuelte--rulxwn. NIILDRED AIURPHEX klllll luvlxs--Nlullmer Comix' Hllyrncis. hl,uN0RA NIEREDITH Ilan: lam-sl styles in spectacles- Nlarvelle uawvs, GRNCE 0L.xFs0x xullun! Nurse-lnelm-Tlle 'l'ur!uise and the Hare. l.UlIILLE lX'lIiYl5RS Cimlerellu- lluwers lhul lrlmlm in the spring. NlA'l'ILDA OTWELL real dresses -nasturtiunls-Bumli uf Knowledge. Tv-Q-if-ff-vw-71'-ifigfTZZT-i-11 v 'A nv-W -A1 rf: fxyvw-1-fn ryvn 'YfT'UTffTVjl PM F' I ""'L1 7, . 'l lf? Lgg l Q14 llllglllslfi I 9 3 0 In-.lllgglll N .45L.g1lLgglLgfM1ll.lllZM ll! 'NIANIIN .Hi . -Wim' i..L4...,..L.,..........,........................L ' 1 . L I A - i N ,iT..,.Y,1...,,-, 1 NIILIIRHU Pxuiici: lllllv. ml.11nIN. imlbx inn. l2l,lzixm5TH PRITQHAHD that svlim-I girl voxlipleximf' -- Nlary Xlurgarel. H.-XTTIE 'I'EA1PLE'1'0N smiles that nmke you happy -- salmle-uillgn-al lilaicklvird. OPHELIX Hugiugrasox CCI!!lE54!'illiiUS41'0l'll9lS -- mind instruments. LoL'1sE N ERD1:1.1. the lltllif i'l't'lll'il girl - "seen but nut Ixeuriiu Sims liosmux timid white uuml viulclr- still-life scenes. ,lixxlz XYuxTuERH0Rx fllil' Ht'lllilelif0CK'LlH HLIVCS, Nllwlcun 5i11'r1f1 lludy Mille-e's mice --Pepsmlenl gulf. ETH151, XX li.1x1:Rsox wedding lfells--cuukiilg slime-sf funfuells. ifQ"iW'ff?'Qif'ffffffQQ? 1930 Qililf UU R U WU A 'OH' "'WW':Yf'i'O'1' 'f'WWTrW"jf"21','T , . W1-. ,,IiILl5Q1H '1 Id.1 .T4IL....jfzi.IL1'..L WIAIDS an -Y -- ,, -....A......-,.,L,,.,.I.,......4.., MAN IJOROTIIX XYILKIXSON Old El'ill"'ANlEli1lt'l1 Of the ElIIeI'aIIl Isle. NIABEL YOLTNCBLOOD fiuxelm-lII1iI'ed dolls fllhlll SWPllt'Il. I , P 'ssfrlent - - .lllllI'0l' Cvfllfj' - Rosa WILSON I Vice-President - - CAROLINE BIILII2 f Secrelary ana' Treasurer CAROLYN IZLAR W g NIOTTO - - To the Highesl Poinl FLOWER - - - Red Rose I COLOR - Red and While I f I-g1,gaiIIIM, mm QQIQWWWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ W up wr QI'FrI'mwI Iiziii lri ! 4 W 1 K f, r "W" 1 ' , V -,--7 ,4.... -v---3 4- -- ---- i '--- V- Y 7 77 7777 Y ,,, -W -- 19 1 1 I U ...lit If , '17 , 7'-TT 'si' ' "' . V - , - X- : -g J D. . X 3, K 21 - - ,Y ,WWE r , X X , -""- v 1-NN V- f - v ,,-- FW-,Wf7,Y,,!.,A if yu! N , ,Q Mwgjx ,- 1iL:,,.m ,. .-i,Y , L3L,Jl,,A--li,NL.ig1,.lJv..N.u .. A 1 , -'wig-vw-H-"f-5 'TH "Wf"ffA"TW'i"'T' IQ F1 - , 1 f X 7 71 lx .Jwllpw X 2 x 4' 'WV' 'N xvfinff' 1 5 --ALp4Ad,nm,A, v ,,,,. . ,, ,,,...1A.m.-4.. 2 235 4 in fm .. -'3'iQiFL.' .4 U YW 11 E l . 4 .C N l TLTR-:M ' f ' rv f 4 '82 f QUEEN ELIZABETH "In the days of good Queen Bess." Girgani ations 4 Y ,W .. X, 'P f 4 1 . ff..." J . . IQ.. . .1 . 1 ., , W ' ,wax-.XZ -, .,.. 1 ,., .. 'Yf'1. vi-' Yi' 1-3 'A :R , 1, ' 1 r W, . 'I ' , ,A K ,L . I 1-,, r LQ' .f 4' - . w,,, x 'A gl 1.': .1 75' A gm, ffk, .s nd., Y 5. mf-.'. Y... V I ix. 'V' 1 r- 1'4-ff, g, rf? , 4 if '. 1 'V".f. -3-. v-1 lf- , ' ,' 'V "Sf Q 'vflfff W," 'I ' 7 ' 4 I I' +A... A ' V -. N 4 7' H v I . "- . ff ' . V' I q ...,p., - iw.: A' ., Lx In . fu' "' rr .ai 3 J ..., . 1uvIf.!f" ,,.-,N 'Jp- 3, ,4 .. ,1 . 1 '. P K, 4 NX' .Q ,A . up A21 . A sl - '. - A "' . L. 'f' ' .nz - I' ,-- ' . . W ' lfvftsl- 3: w Nj w gg- .. N-. ,-.- , W." .V WT., ' V M32 .PT Jil- I frm fl ,Nur . , f V K. " 134. V . :-"' 9' " P-' ' 3' . , " ,':."n.,'. J, . 1 . '.,,. J., ' V! I , . 4 ' "f"..- ,lu ,, , V. M, .,. .- rdf.- , in h . 519 - 1 -vi . .b .If N - in 1, ' ,F-4 an . U! I -r ,,. 1 'H L 7' 'Lum' ' vw , K . uw. I. I ,J . H ,V V: A Vo ..- - , I fd ',4..rQF!-, - 4' ' -. fi 1 1 1 A, .. .. 1 3- 'I W 'Z 5- 'Am fi-1 ff' ' ' .1 . 534,15 4 . if 5- , - :Ar Jr. l.,,... . u fi-4 A. " "IV , -'1 , M . nw. J - ' f pn 1 f 7 ,Af N ' I V 44555 -J ' ','S' :V . wie " 4-' A ' 7 ' Uz' Lk- 4- , " X..a"xJ.i4.-- ,4 'r,. .-, 1 1 ,. H. 5 14 .X-.. rx? , ,f..4.q' -. rn' wr , .-v uv. ' if .,.,, , V. y -1 w . .- va' V -Vx. J ' .1 'ILA . L r N . vw. ' A. . , xg. X , ' v 'l!!iNYE!IlliIIlIllIllll!9lE IlIlllIllf A JRAIDSAAAAJRAN " l Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Literary Editor Art Editor - Athletic Editor Picture Editor fake Editor - Copy Editors Amzzzaf Staff - JOSEPHINE FRY - NIAUDIE MAE JARREL1. - DOROTHY SHARP FRANCES ROBINSON - ELIZABETH BAILIE - KATHLEEN JONES - - - SARAH DOUOHTY - RUTH GREAR AND DORIS WOLFE Feature Section Editor - - - WYNONA JAMES Advertising Manager - ANN WYILLIS Faculty Advisor - MRS. RIDGELY .QYEZIIIIMIllllllllll-NkfllllllllllllmlIISN Eilllllllllllllllllfifk. 1 930 I SWElllllIIIIIHIMIRVBIINWHIIHIHIISWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINYW 2 5 ji 1 .lIllIIlIlIllIlIlI!NlE'JllillllIllIlllIl!iN'Rl JVIAIDS and AJVIAN llIM WIIIIIIHlIlllQ1W Dramatic C ab OFFICERS President - - - - JOSEPHINE FRY V ice-Presidenz MAROUERITE STARKE Secretary - - ELIZABETH SHAPIRO Treasurer - - - MARY SHEPPARD SPONSORS ANDERSON, DOROTHY ASHLEY, MARGARET BACON, CLIO BACON, MAMIE BAILIE, CAROLINE BARNARD, HELEN BEAROEN, ELEANOR BIOOAR, BETTY CARSTARPHEN, MILDRED DANSBY, LOIS DERRICK, HELEN DEvEREAUx, A'WOOOS EVANS, LAURA FERRIS, MARTHA FRENCH, ALBERTA FRY, JOSEPHINE MISS MARGUERITE COUSINS MISS ELEANOR BOATWRICHT - MEMBERS GARTEN, FRANCES GIBSON, LLEWELLYN GRACEY, JUDITH GRAHAM, CLAIRE GREENE, MARX' FRANCES GOLDBERC, MARGARET HACCEKTY', MARY LIALFORD, AGNES HARRISON, HELEN HILDEBRANDT, LOUISE HOLLIDAY, NELL IVEY, GLENN IvEY, MARTHA IZLAR, CAROLYN JAMES, BIRDIE ELLA JARRELL, MAlYDlE M. KITCHENS, GERTRUDE LAMKIN, MATTIE LEVKOFF, ESTELLE LUNRY, RUTH MERRY, MARGARET MONSALVATCE, IMOGENE MONTGOMERY, M. E. NELSON, HILDA N OWELL, DEAN NOWELL, DORRIS PEARLSTEIN, LILLIAN PIERCE, MIRIAM POMERANCE, EVELYN PATCHE, ALICE RUCKER, MX'RTLE SANCKEN, CAROLYN SHAPIRO, ELIZABETH SHARP, MARION SHEFTALL, AMELIA SHEPPARD, MARY SHIMOI-'E, VERA STARKE, MARGUERITE TAI-"r, JOSEPHINE THOMAS, LOUISE TILLER, HARRIET WALTERS, MARY M. WEBB, EvELYN WHITE, CAROLYN WILLIAMS, RUTH WILLIS, MARY WILSON, ROSE WOLI-'I-3, DORIS FLLLBRIGHT, MIRIAM 27 I IIIIIIIIIIIIIISN .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRMEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRYm l 30 I IEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITMEHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIZS IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIYM' 6 ....-. V Y ...WNV ----v--. 4 V. .... ..v-.,...-...- ... A - A .I 4' 17 IP Isa sz s.- 1i5i5WJ17FVkf' "' 'I g7VlAlDSandzFf'7HAN - ..,.A.Ig......... ,... .- Adu. ... Liiemry Sofiefy OFFICERS President - ELEANOR BEARDEN Secretary - WYNONA JAMES V ice-Presidenz - J OSEPHINE FRY Treasurer - AMELIA SHEFTALL SPONSOR MISS MARGUERITE CoUsINs ' MEMBERS ACKERMAN, E. BUSH, M. A. EVANS, L. KITCHI-INS, C. PONDER, O. SHARP, M. BAILIE, C. CADLE, E. FRI, J. Lnvxorr, E. PRINTUP, A. SHEFTALL. A. BANKS, L. CARSTARPHEN, M. GIBSON, L. RIALLARD. S. RICHARDSON, Y. SI-IIIIOFF. Y. BATES, L. CARSWELL, B. GRAHAM, C. AJARSH, A. RLICKER, M. STONE, 0. BEARDEN, E. DES CoMI3Es, E. JAMES, B. E. NELSON, H. SANCKEN, C. WILLIAMSUN. M. BINNS, E. EAvEs, V. JAMES, W. PIERCE, M. SHARP, D. WILSON. R. 1477 Cfyb OFFICERS President - - HILDA NELSON Secretary and Treasurer - RUTH HARRIS SPONSORS Miss NAOMI LFRICI-I Miss BERNICE WIESE MEMBERS ASHLEY, M. ' DUNBAR, K. J'owE, S. KNOXVLES, I. NELs0N, H. STEPHENS. Y. BAIRD, D. GARVIN, C. HUNT, S. KNOWLES, M. PIERCE, V. TAET, J. CRossoN. S. HARRIS, R. HYNIQS, A. LEVKOFF, D. SHEPPARD, M. Turuwoxn, Nl. . WEIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIISN EZIIHI IIIIIIIISII 1 930 I35.'L?iJWlQUffJfEF"L I' .,..2L, , I I31Qg41Lvi'I'.Ifr'1mQg.sTf,T3i LZT l . l lmmuIllIllnImnlns EI JVIAIDS and WAN IIINMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIZ' ZIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINYFII Sfzaferzf C 01111617 OFFICERS President ---- ELEANOR BINNS Vice-President - - - GOLDIE BRANTLEY Secretary and Treasurer - MARGARET ROESEL Horzor League OFFICERS Presirlenf .--- MARJORIE TIDWELL Secretary and Treasurer - - LUCILLE WILLIAMS FACULTY ADVISORS Miss GERTRUDE COMEY MISS ELEANOR BOATWRIGHT MISS BERNICE WIESE MISS MARY MILLER REPRESENTATIVES Senior A-MARJORIE TIDWELL Sophomore B -VIRGINIA Boo'rH Senior B-ELEANOR BINNS Sophomore C1-LUCILLE WILLIAMS Senior C-NIARY CREED Sophomore C2+MERTYS ADKINS Sophomore C3-ALMA INGLETT lnnior A1-ANNE MCLENDON Sophomore C4--REBECCA WILLIAMS Junior A2-MARY ALLEN PHILLIPS Junior B2-ELIZABETH MINTON Freshman A1-HELEN DOLINSKY Junior C1-LOIS DANSBY Freshman A2-JUDITH GRACEY lnnior C2-LENA ScoTT Freshman A3-FRANCES LONGEWAY Junior C3-'MARGORENE GOODMAN Freshman B -ELIZABETH BOSTICK Junior C4-GOLDIE BRANTLEI' Freshman C1-RUTH REDD Freshman C2-BLON MORRIS Sophomore A1-RUTH HARRIS Freshman C3-MARY SPEERING Sophomore A2-MARGARET ROESEL Freshman C4-BERNICE KRAGE Sophomore A3-KATHERINE SANCKEN Freshman C5-DOROTHY PENDER A IEIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IR EIIIIIIlllllllllllllifhlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIRYEII I 9 3 0 I ESIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICQYEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII C HIIIIIIIIIIII INN k 28 A .Tim 04464 4 B A Helen Wills of The Gay Nineties. Cltbletics W In :U T . -.-... fa. . Si,'.,,.,-:JE"xgg., .- ,"Q-ry. L, 5 :'g?Hqgz3:? Q' 'ghjka I 1- ' 6 ..A11A.,A"1-,c 4. 1. h :Af-"' ' ' 5' ' 1 P-2 - .-3:1-ff.-'w, 5",'.1.,- - -Q . . X, 'N 1 ' -. fag ,.1Z", - vn . K . My , Q.. ,... , 9 ' 1 yi . . gl . ' p ... "' w ' 4-5' ' . I A . J' :X If I V1 . . f ' , lag ..-- .., . , . . :fp .VL-., 1.1 ' 1 . ,I eff-.' ' Ill , ' . . in? ' -uv' U... . '4' . Q.. f 'vu . ,, .I 'kv 11. mfr, : J.. PAQ 1 .LPI I 1.- Kiv L. ... .- 1-.MJ rr U--1. .I 1 I' ' . 'vu-AA ix., I Za.: I . - ' I. W iff: , Q, x VJ vf," 2 ff, . Un' , 4. E "QV, ' TU' '- .. 3' fest' P 31. ,. I- -1 4 . .1 I l .,,- . V Y, v.l?'1Q-- .I J . . 1, "J , w,- E n , N .N ' - V .5 . 1 -:',. U 'pw . 4, Hr W.,- A i Vw E. 'Vw' . , ai. , ...J to 11.1 'P' ,., ., . .,.1 . 7 1 u 1 ' iff 9 f. . , I' . , fr . if 1 iv, '-I ,.. 7.9- ,,. C 3 'ff ., Q. ' "w 'X JJ' ,' X 1 nu.. Ax - J. 1 -'A ,.., , . r - Q ' 4'-' ' .' " A 51 1' -er. '. wx ' 4 'f-:."ff. 'w , P M, I' I. -SU 1111 1 'L',- 1' ti." 1 'eglf -. ' , T'i.F: x ! . - .,, -,.f."J f .Ji ,. " QT .ev . -5'-' . ,-...QV 11.. ,141 L.. -, , t , . ., WH! , . ff' , . I , , ,. , I L.-, , . . -ix .,-. Q V:",',1'r . : L. ,Y 1. A... , , . , ,,,, ... fb , ,. '- 4- ,. L. ' , ' Fha ' .' 1- mt. f-'3 1 ,H-1 3 1 - '. V D, Lt.- . . .' 3' 51-ff. .,.,. 1, '14 h , t.. . Y . ' . .' - "4. x r Fw " 3 . ,-J. ., .. j 'Fl' " r 7,112.7 , ,. --N' ,H 5' . .T . fy. 0 .I ' AF, tt I .. "' 'uf . 6 QM, '!'."" 7 . 'WL '. . s J 1 .. . ff' 4123 'N - - - -Vg A 4 I , , , f- . "n '- 5.1 -. 'A' . f.. 1 -W V ., V . V .V lr Exif! ' 'Qs .WJ ,.r:.Q:i'1-1.4 "--4...4,yv' 27,15-X2-'N A . M fn." V ,-e'T...- ?'.- gp.: 4 'Q '. u Q ,. 'Z ,. IIRYQSIIIIIIIIGIIIIIIIC' Yilllllllllllllllllfilk I Jvmms and 3 JVIAN Q V Alfafefic Ass0c1'az'z'011 OFFICERS . President - - - EDMUNDA HINE Vice-President - - NIIRIAM PIERCE Secretary and Treasurer - DOROTHY NEWMAN Business Manager - - AMELIA SHEFTALL Assistant Business Manager - BIRDIE E. JAMES REPRESENTATIVES Senior Representative - - CLAIRE GRAHAM Junior Representative LAVERNE EDWARDS Sophomore Representative - REBECCA GUEST Freshman Representative - MARY SPEERXNC Faculty Representative - Miss BOREN Faculty Representative - MISS RICE Faculty Representative - MISS GREEN .AY IIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIZQ ZIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIISWYEI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRY 1 1930 NE!IllllllllllllllIIRYHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICSWYM 29 147 gi" , H A 3431 -fMAI1JS14ml 2l!'g'x'lAN Lge .,,. . all ...rl L.,-. ,,.. ...-..L, :,...,.,. LS2'l1l.0f Bflffffbflff Ylfam Forwards - - - HINE, LEAPTROTTE. ASHLEY, NOWELL Guards - - CHAPMAN, JARRELL. R. WILLIAMS, JANSEN Cenlers - - - WINGO, SHEFTALL. HUGHES, W. JAMES Manager - - - EDMUNDA HINE Captain - NIAUDIE MAE JARRELL Center F0fll'llfl1 Left Wing - Righz Wing - Lef! lnsirle - Right Inside Center Half - LS?lll.0l' Sbfffr CYQYIIIZ - WINGO. Captain ' - - EAVES - W. J AMES - - GRAHAM - HINE, Manager - - NELSON Righz Half - MERSHON JANSEN Left Half ----- FRY Right Fullback - - - JARRELL Left Fullback - CHAPMAN, KITCHENS Goalkeeper - - - SHEFTALL K ,,......-I 3-....v.....-.,-W... --W.-..-...W , , ., A A A .. A L , Ev- fvv- - ......Y. ,..,.,n, ..,, E,LsLfL --IIAIIJ5 2111113 -'NIAN E 4 A JllllZ.0l' Bdffffbdff 7211111 Forwards ---- - EDWARDS. CADLE. HARDX Guards - - E. SPEERINC. NIESNARD. BIGGAR. B. E. JAME9 Centers - - - - WILSON. PIERCE. HARRIS. BARNARD Manager - HOPE NIESNARD Captain "FLrNNI"' EDWARDS Center Forzvarfl Left nnlillg - Rigll! Wing - ' Left Inside - Right Inside Center Half - .llllll.0l' Sarraf 7211111 - - LEAPTROTTE - - NIESNARD - CADLE, HUGHES "FUNNY" EDWARDS - - BARNARD - - - PIERCE Righl Half ---- AIOORIIL Lefz Half. B. E. JAMEs. BAILIE, Mgr. Rightfullback A - E. SPI-JERINI1 Lefl Fullback - XVILSON, Captain Goalkeeper - - TAYLOR. HARRIS .M wwv.,........v...'f .W.........,...,- -.-.ww "S,.',f3!. Asif? , 9 2 IE,, A EQTELQ 1930 s.ffEQIA, Q ALL '- E I '91 'IHIIJQ .ma I Cl WIAA. . ..,.,,,,,v ,. .4 ,,,,.,, ,,,l,w,, Nik K K A . ... .,.k .-....1f.7 - ': .. . ' z.- X A ,.-..L.,.. I, 'IN .....,..,--..,..,........ .I ..., .,...A.4...u.., bbpiorrforf' HlI.S'r66'fbII!f 7211111 Forwards --4- L. XVILLIAMS. NEWMAN. SNELLCROIE. BROWN Guards - - XVITT. SANDERS. FULLBRIGHT. WOOIJVVARD. STALLINQ Cenlers ---- - . JONES. HARVESTON. GUEST. COLEMAN ,llfrrzfzger - LECILLE WILLIAMS Caplrzin - - DOT NEWMAX Cenler Forwtlrzl Left Wing - Right Wing - Left Inside - High! Inside ffenler Half - - - I-'L'LLBR1cH'I' LSb,0b0lll0l'l' Sbffer 72211111 High! Hal - - - HARDIN Left Half - - - HARVESTON Righz Fullback - - BUCK Left Fullbaclr - - WITT Goalkeeper - - XVOODWARD XEWMAN GUEST SANDERS - RICE BOYSEN VW I , , 'H' 'fix If , 4 ,fl 5' "' " In I, ' ' "" W I 'P',f"f"f""'Y Y-I Ig LQ I.nf.Lcj I 030 I ,LI I Qiiv. ' f ,fj.fI.TQ.vf,1'. l.,YV.1f.l'L-,fL..'Q., V I r Y 31531, A IIII .YY. IMI! - umm MI 2.4 TIAN A I-, f7f'M11zz11z Bz1.Ih'fbzIff YZYIIII Forrmrfls - NIARY SPEIQRING. SANFORD. HAIIDI. HIRIIIJLI. Guanlxs - - - TAFT. SWAIN, HAINS, GAINI-35. GANNT Centers - - H.-XYIRD. BosTII:K, Das COIIBES, Boozan ,llUIIIlgP7' A - - NIARY SPE!-ZRIN12 Caplaifz - YEHA HAYIRD I'7'6'.Ybll!lIll SOCTUI' fum Center Forzvmzl - - - HARDY lliglzt Half - - Lejz Wing - - - TAFT. SMITH Left Half - - High! W'i1Ig - - HAINS. JERNIGAN Right Fzzfllmclf - Lefl Inside - - NIARY SPI-:BRING Right Inside - - SWAIN. BOOZEH Celzler Half - L. WYILLIANIS. Captain Lefl Fulllmclc - Coafkeeper - HXLLXIAN. BRADX - - STI-ILLINC HAYIHD. llanager - - FI'I.I.AIER - SNELLCROYE -1 IEAwwIEi.Q'3ffQL.L1,5.7LIf flT?.7IH fl 1930 QKf'fI1ITfElQiKQfff'Qff'?1Tiff A 5 s f fffEf,fQ .jwmllns and it LWIAN '5 MW fm C A Poem ww Half-way hetwixt heaven and earth With only the blue o'er head. Aurora. the mother of Mirth. Was unfolding the curtains of red. U Beneath. the shining waters hlue. Made placid hy Neptune's hand, Rivaling heaven's own hue. Were beating upon the sand. From afar she viewed the lofty trees. Magnificent children of old Sylvanus. Crooning a melody on each breeze Wiere upholding their arms to Olympus. The fields were lovely under Ceres' care: Sheets of waving golden grain Presented a picture of heauty rare Thriwing from the plentiful rain. Here a hand with voices loud Singing and dancing in joyous glee Had gladly left the city's crowd To enjoy the quiet of the flowered lea. Now the tranquil day is o'er And Aurora filled with contentment deep Begins night's shades to lo'er Then on each thing falls the veil of sleep. LLENYELLYN GIBSON. "1 " "W 'Wu -4 r- Y 1 r , r ' snssmsnfsl 193012 2 5 2 4 2 is 2' 3 4 , 111u77 HELEN OF TROY I I fl Clif. "The face that launched a thousand ships." ,features w 'I-nit I u ln. W ' w -' J ,lifrf I ' U' ,. fx v':' 1- . ,IW A 1 41. . "Tv .. -L V, in ' , 1 . y ,X -Q. .3 ". if J' I , . ',3:'5.Ng' s .,l ,4 1 . , '33 A I-94 - . 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'q.T'sn""nQ p,i'n'W'w""'-7'T.' . 1 ' L.. .1, min el A IN if fLAg,,,, ,mf , , Most POPUZUT-MAUDIE MAE JARRELL .,--i.W--,l,ii::ffi'f ' wi ,,wwv--w,M.,fX ,r,wrfV.w,v.,5.,' R. , ,WUWTW I l Alf JA l,.1.,l:.'lll A , 5 F 9341 , , k!i L Lf. J,f Qi4,lQbLm.,m11U!U M H ' ' - ff'f""" fx .A-'M ff"--"V l-'-Q-- ""'-'1 1-.3 M" 1 5 'J Q'7Hf'XllPN:Hwf.1-'ufhfx " K llost Stylish-FRANCES ROBINSON YA lk 1 'AIA 1. 5 1 . .. .A df I Q-YIM 12.01, ,, ,,, ,,,,. , HI ,. ,.. ...,..,,,.,H ' , 1 , JY. -' ""r""'f'fw1 KH' . " A i"jWL.jJ M ,li A 3 .J.gi-L':..A..ig'-1 - ' N1 A I D5 amd u - :W A N MMS , , ww .Q ,, V' all ss' Jllosz Athletic-EDMUNDA HINE 1930 iff 1 mg lu 4 5 """"""""""l 74" """ """""'kl I "" """ I F ' ' " ' t 1 tt.. 2-,.-.,ws,,3...a,-,-s....2,l a'1lAlDS.iritia.-'WAN The last Ttlfttlill anti Testament nt the lass nf 1930 L,- HE class of 19250 is in a very' critical condition. in fact if it survives the neyl 1 . ' . . few weeks It may have a chance of recovery. A consultation with the laculty. whose ability in such cases is exceptional, was held May 28 and a diagnosis of the case was made. The physicians agreed that the crisis would be reached Thursday. June 12. The disease is very complicated-nervous prostration due to overstudy. cramming. worry over low grades and exams-heaviness of the heart at thoughts of parting and physical breakdown caused by stampedes subjected to during lunch hour-excessive swelling of head twith corresponding shrinking of brain! which has been gradually increasing during the last four years and has now reached the most perilous stage. Mindful of her condition she has drawn up this will in order to prevent any squab- bling over her worldly goods. . WILL We. the 19510 Senior Class of Tubman High School. Augusta. Georgia. do hereby publish this. our last will and testament revoking and making void all former wills made by us at any time. 1. We do direct that our funeral be held by our friends and well-wishers-oh. yes! and the faculty.-and shall be held with Fitting pomp and ceremony. With the ex- perienced Sarah Zealy and T. Harry as chief mourners. 11. To Father Tl imet, our beloved principal, we do give and bequeath some much needed tactfs. To the faculty we do bequeath peaceful nights and restful days-until they return to the madhouse in September. To the Jolly Juniors we do give and bequeath our pet lizards. :nakes and frogs: also our notes containing vast stores of information on all subjects. To the Sophomores we give our advice which will keep their heads from swelling -.mn account of Junior dignity and help them to bear exams and failure manfully. To the Freshmen we leave whatever the Juniors and Sophomores throw away in- cluding all Planters empty peanut bags, ten of which sent to the Planters Company. Wilkes-Barre, Pa., will entitle them to a beautiful thirty-two page painting book. To the June Seniors of 1931 we do leave our accustomed seat in Chapel. which they have so long coveted. And we hereby constitute and appoint fviiss Gertrude Comey tour legal advisor during these trying four years! sole executor of this our last will and testament. In lL'flII8SS whereof, we. the class of 1930. the testators. have to this will set our hand and seal this day. May 19. Anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and thirty. FLT '7'4.'i'.2 1930 ?fif5MWW?,'.'Q3i"mi7'Q5L?""QlQQ. 41 r v-M-'V 'vff' 'Noi'vyv'-'ovwv'-Y-g'1 rgvf V' 1'rg"""w "" """j1 Vg""'fT"rT'v"""-1 kf""' 'S iglllizil I w. ., .1-.. nj' -WIAIDS and a -PVIAN itil w".t.1.Qe.,vf,g.f VV,..,. itil 6 J' rnpbecp of Ciba Qeniur lass uf 1930 Mn 15, 1950. Dun Mamma MAE: It seems a shame that you. President of the june, 1930, Class. were unable to attend our twentieth reunion. but I realize how busy you have been since the bnited States joined the League of Nations. How do you like representing good old Uncle Sam over there? I know you must enjoy it as you used to love to study about it in Miss Wieses History Class at Tubman. Speaking of Miss Wiese. she was at the reunion and you should have seen her. Fat!-that doesnit begin to describe it. but then she's married now and living a life of leisure. Several of the other teachers were there also: Elizabeth Henry and Annie Bee Daniels. both old and grey as would be expected. But enoughAI know you are anxious to hear about some of the old crowd. Xvell. the lirst day we met at Tubman. our old one on Walton Way. and spent several hours getting acquainted again. We were then taken on a tour of the city. At one o'clock we were taken to the Bon Air where the Rotary Club entertained us with a luncheon. I haven't enjoyed anything as much since the last one twenty years ago. On my left was Estelle Vlfagnonz she is studying the care and feeding of gold fish at Agnes Scott. as she thinks it will aid her when she goes to house-keeping in the fall. Ann Willis. now the business manager of the peanut stand at the corner of Seventh and Broad. sat on my right. Next to Ann were Isabel Plunkett and Mattie Lou Crimaud. President and Vice-President of the stand: they say they employed Ann because of her experience as advertising manager of the 1930 Annual. I also saw Clara Yerdery. Eleanor Miller. Agnes Halford. Mary Dennis. and Eleanor Bearden who are doing charity work in Augusta. That afternoon we saw Mary Creed who just received Lon Chaney's place in the movies. Her first picture was uwhoopee, the Waris Over." A most entertaining pro- duction. I assure you. After it we returned to the hotel to rest and talk. Naturally some of the girls beside yourself were unable to come. but Sarah Doughty, who. by the way, has been made editor of The College Humor, told me about some of them. Sarah says that she owes all she is to the Tubman Annual of 1930. But back to the missing girls-Alice Patche was unable to get down to the reunion as she is a fashion model in a New York store. Sarah said not to tell anyone. but Alice is hoping this will be her last position before going on the stage, Mary Stone and Ruth Williams have gone to Arabia in hopes of finding two wandering sheiksg imagine them on camels. Sarah Mallard, Llewellyn Gibson. and Mary Haggerty are now police-women in Chicago and as yet are in perfect health. In the evening we had dinner at the hotel and afterwards in the ballroom we looked in on the television. Maudie, you couldn't guess who we heard. and saw, broadcast- ing-Marjorie Holland, A. Woods Devereaux, Frances Garten and Ophelia Ponder, the famous quartette. sang several numbers, among them "Over the Hills and Far Away." Eleanor Binns and Hilda Nelson announced for station I. O. lv. They gained their wonderful speaking voices by making chapel announcements of 'IVery Impor- tant Meetingsf' We also heard two lectures by former Tubmanites. one by Mary 1 y .qv 7,-,sv-f - f,---f- -.N-W--1 yv..-,,-v--7-vywfsv -Y.. W-1 ----7'-svwvv'-fr 7-'ivy -fvv-vvvwz W 'wr '1 Y HV. . 1, JV .r I , 7 1 f' itilfi111ihi.rait..i. -M 'i-..i.,f.tliL1 V-. 1930 ILM? W tLLltuS...:i.?: do wiSf..v.?'1.W l 1' 42 Y, WV Y---U.-Y' ' nf.-..vw. .uf .-W. . ....-v . :s...l3ltM ..151.E..e.1t.a5li2- fjw1A11asrma...'v1AN W AA.A, .. ' 1 Southall on where the "Tower of London" is located. The other hy Irene Weathers on the South Sea Island dress was extremely interesting. as Irene has just returned from Iceland. Speaking of lectures. do you remember when Mr. Hardy came to lubman and wanted some of us charming young ladies to go on a Washington tour? Well. Lucille Lamb has just completed her thirteenth trip around the Chinese Wall. She will start on the fourteenth one next year and wants all people who are interested in the tour to call her home-173-J. ,lust as we were about to turn the television oil' dainty Doris Wolfe was seen dancing the tango. After watching her for a few mniutes we went up to our rooms. 'l-he next day we were entertained with a big party at the new Augusta Pond hy Nlil- dred Lorick and Anne Robertson. both charming members of the younger married set. as would be expected. At luncheon I talked to Amelia Sheftall. now gym teacher at Tubman. In the afternoon we heard a very educational debate by Carolyn Sancken and Louise Thomas on "Should Teachers Who Object to Noise Be Barred from the Schools?w I also saw another girl who is teaching at Tuhman now. Katie Evans i- yelling "Dont look at your typewriter keys." to all the little Junior Cs. That evening I was forced to catch the plane back to New York. as my new 5-and-lt! mail order house was to open the next day. I must close now, as it is late. I hope we can have another reunion again some day and that you will be able to attend it as they certainly are fun. Love. DOT P. Sallie girls all sent their love and best wishes. D. S. Q. l N7 1 imivprivtfn 5'1ef?' 1930 21157 lQ.f?.Tf.f ,,.,.... f1'fsTQF2.il,Qi5 N CTE -13 Vvrvf -f'iW"wlVl'Fit 'K Tf?.f..T.gfTfrii.,e1modifyisfmt Jvmios and af7VIAN 4-. Mil-wi .2:1iui.lJlJ NHALFWAY DOWN" "Halfway down the stairs l'm not at the bottom. Is a stair I'm not at the topg Where I sit. So this is the stair There isn't any Where Other stair I always Quite like Stop." It. I wonder what A. A. Milne would say. il he knew that I was using the title, and was quoting part of one of his poems? Plenty. probably. if he read this theme, but he wonit read it. Maybe. if I had told him that I was planning on using this work of his. he would have written three things differently. "Mr, Milne." I would say. when somebody introduced us, "do you remember that poem you wrote called "Halfway Downv? You do? Well, would you change the title to "Seven Steps Downii? "Why?" he would ask. "Because" I would reply. "when I go downstairs, I stop cn the seventh step." 'Wery well." Milne would answer, writing it down on a slip of paper. "Is there anything else I should change?'i "Yes.'i I would declare. "will you use Lstand' instead of to 6sit,?" "What line is 'sit' in?i' A. A. would question, trying to be polite. "Never mind, I see it. Let's see. If I change 'sit' to gstand' what will 'it' rhyme with?" "0h. change 'it' to 'and'." would come my bright respond. "I.et's see." that is his favorite expression. 'LNOW my poem reads: "Seven steps down the stairs There isn't any Is a stair Ctlier stair Where I stand. Quite like And. No. That doesnit make sense? May I use Lpause' instead of 'standi?" "All right." the words would come out of my mouth without my knowing it. "Herel How is this?'i and now he would recite: L'Seven steps down the stairs There isn't any - Is a stair Cther stair Wherel pause Like it 7Causeg,' "Finel grand! excellent!" I would exclaim. "Now, could you-I mean-would you change 'always' in the next to last line. to 'sometimes 1919 "OI course." the famous childis poet and mystery murder writer would mutte1'. "Now my poem is all right, isn't it?" His voice betrays his doubt. "Well!" I would utter. "Well, we haven't started on the second verse yetf' "Just a minute." he would cry, as if someone had called him. 'Tm coming." Then, turning toward me. in the humblest of voices, he would beg me to come again. "Christopher just called me and I can't keep him waiting. Goodbye!" A. A. Milne would cry disappearing through the doorway. almost at a run. Ef.12ifQVlWme,,5I.IffafEl'.fi'f.fl2v.lv 112153.21 1930 'WETIWl"M'Vi.5.'..'.?Q Iii' IV 'lUS' "f 'IT' fi 4-I s.f, . 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A 1 1 I tl 1 It I W , 1 I XVAXHREN C, DAYENPORT'S Longratulations to the I . CLASS 01" 1930 I 1 MIISICOVC, Inc. . I RADIOS. RECORDS AND NHt101lH1 Be11as Hess 1 SHEET MLSIC Company, 1110. I sou Eighth sit-fa aan iz.-.url sir.-.1 1 1 Phone 3433 Xugnsta. Cat. 1 z 1 I I I I . . . gg 2 wllulgilll Adv. Servlee 3 I fl I 1 orr DOOR ADVERTISERS 9 1 3 ALWAYS BUSY ' 1 , Arctfsrx. GEORGIA g I I I 9 1 5 C fab- .-----------'- - ----------------Q'--v+--------------' --Q-:1 'Q1'fiT"f' VttE'fii" YM 014950 'VF '-W1 1931 1 ElffflffffFQliQffi1Elf-fmmT. 5 o .. If-Ir '- Q' N 5 rj I fNT.-XlIJS4m11H-WIAN " I Y WY " lIflNlI'I,lMPINTS Ol" Georgia Railroad Bank Al GLVSTA. IZHUHCIIA 'Q Nh Irl1lXf "Ml, jnmx. I wmnlzer il mx hu-lumcl uill luxe me when mx huh i my V.. ' ' ' ' Nh.. Hlalrkz "Why nut? 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No one could ever tell him 0 0 ll , . -- 9 "I ve hearfl that one helore. l U ll ll l g Ql'AI,ITY Asovi-3 ALL ev-ff+,.m-:sa 'll Qu-.wry-vve , g 3 ga i 5 E 0 qt, A , 5.2249 E Herff Jones COIIIPZIIIV Designers and Manufacturers 5 gl a l 8 of Ag -h E High School and College 3 -lf'Wf'1fY Prioro ENGRAVERS - DESIGNERS 5 and . i Puoro mzroucnzns 5 COll1lll8I1CE'Il1CI1t Invltatlons E PHONE i886 3 l I l AUGUSTA. GA. g .lf'W9lCl'S lf! qgqullllulull llll u S Tubniin H1 h chool 995 'Rag' 3 --1-T--f-v 7 , ., 2 'UC 'L JA: x C M f7::::::::::::::---A-:::::::::::-----:::-:::::::::::::::::: W- --ww yvfvvmw. 1930 H A 41' . x .. .,.. ,,. 1K,.., ,,.., .,., ,... fgoeflogt -'WIAIIDS fmt it ,f-MAN ,:,,: 2 Q, .-- ---- --------------------------------------------ij I 2 zIiiu11z1l7 xrlqzrngrz ?l5z111k OF ALCIOESTA I A National Bank with a Savings Department in which every Tubman Girl is cordially invited to have a Savings Account Slart While Young Affiliated with The First National Bank of Atlanta and the Southeastis Largest Banking Group They call her appendix because somebody is always taking her out. When caught robbing the cash-register in a hsh store. be nonchalant. smoke a herring. Mr. Nlontell: lfrances. how do you look best. smiling or serious?" Frances-very unconcerned: "Either way." Augusta Sporting Goods Co. C0"'P1i"'e"'S of Dislribulors Y ' 7 ' A. G. Spalding cf: Bros. and ' ' P. Goldsmith Sons Co. f57f4Blf.ffff0 UYMIIAZF CENTUR Athletic Equipment Golf and Tennis Supplies OUTFITTER5 FOR Rackets Restrung THE FAMILY 212 ILIGHTH br. Auousm. GA. 316 BROAD STREET AUTO TOP AND TIRE COMPANY COMPLETE CAR SERIICI-g PHONE 2722 566 BROAD STREET -oeoo--------------------------------------------- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II Il It It lt It It tl II It It lt ll II ll Il ll It 0 It It Il ll ll ll ll n ll ll I 0 ll ll ll tr It It It ll nu ll ll II 0 0 It It I I I I A W3f'lfgQga,?e Str ..,,.. , ,.. ,,,,,.,,,...,,,. ......,A,,,,. . fi X N V- - fgi:.Vfli4 -' lAlIl51md.i -'IIAN gag. rg? l I l l 9 It I I U tl It Il Il Il ll ll ll ll ll tl tl tl tl I ll 0 ll ll I ll tl ti It I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I YJ GEORGE C. BAIRD 81 COMPAN1' Augusta Certified Public Accountants Georgia E. C. BALIQ 81 COMPANY Infants' Weal' 918 Broad Millinery. Gifts COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND L9 n ooooooeooooooog QQQQQQQQQQQQQQoqooooooQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ- -- - - QQQQQQQQQQ v HULL, BARRETT 81 WIILLINGHAM Augusta Attorneys-at-Law Georgia WHEN HISTORY WAS YUITNG Miss Wiese: Melba. do you mean to say that you can't name all the presidents we have had? When I was your age I could name them all Melba: Yes. but there were only three or four then. - Some girls with a negative personality may he developed in a dark room. An Irishman was telling his friend of a narrow escape in the war. "The liullet went in me chest and came out me back." said Pat. "But," answered his friend. "it would go through your heart and kill you "Me heart was in me mouth at the time." came the quick reply. Q. Comey: "If Shakespeare were alive today. wouldn't he he looked upon as a re- markable man?" R. Williams: "I'll say so. He would be three hundred years old." Passerby: "What would your mother say. little boy. if she could hear you swear like that?" i Boy: 'iShe'd be tickled to death if she could hear it." Passerby: "How can you lie like that?" Boy: "'I'hat's no lie. She's stone deaf." THE HENRH' HUTT PLUMBING COINIPANY 611 Broad High Grade Plumbing Supplies Augusta. Ga. SCOTT NIXON 104 Masonic Bldg. Insurance Trade in Augusta J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 8211- Broad Street Department Store Augusta. Ga. J. B. WHITE 81 COMPANY Augusta Service-Lou' Prices-Reliability Georgia 15 - - , - - - - - -v - - - --- - ----- v---------------.....-------------.- fj f , -.... ..... ......Y-.- fr 0- v--v--vv---fy--V-v--I-vw--W-fy y - x V """ v """" """""' mise... ...... 5 ...,.. fsssncie.2,-,,,3i., 2: l 19311 t L .sf 31 if 'Y' " 5 "A" 'ff 1 , ,lllln ll.. ... .HI ,YYv,. ,,f'f.Q, gggggg gg g gg gfjg, lggiu A1115 MM H A111-'KN lggiog . . gg.lQ...g,Li- -' ---------..-.....---------------..-----------------------Q if Augusta Groeery Co.. 614 Walkei' Street. Augusta. 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