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

 - Class of 1940

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X . , f A V,-14-ff'-5' 'V , ffjifll -I ,s'55'f R 4:43 fx- V- -T.. ug, Life at Tubman High School The Students We Nineteen Hundred and Forty L. FUHE if UHU Herein, have We attempted, in a man- ner unsurpassed by our predecessors, to portray life and activities at Tubman High throughout the present year. , The aim of the staff has been to make the annual the work of the Whole school, and not just the efforts of a few. In this Way, the book will be, for every girl, a more vital reminder of Work and play at Tubman. We hope that, in the future, Tubman students will look through this annual with enthusiasm undiminished by years, and, by turning aside the veil of forgetfulness, will re- call the memories dearest to their if if hearts. The 1940 Staff of Maids and a Man , '., ,'l', hopes, therefore, that this book will 'ffl' jj , ' hold an unusual interest for friends of il: " :h, i f 4p,.g the school, and that it will cause the ' k spirit of happy high school days to live Q " fi on forever in the hearts of Tubman ' ,, r gms- wfff' Q' w:, 5:'f . 3:5 ' t .,i, yllt 255 ,wfff "ii V7 All-fi5f'A ::ki tw-'-. val r i ' rra, , r t t' ' . ' ,, , -,L -yu. ,,,-, 1' ,, - 5, ,gg . .2 N2 , .1-." : N K X , N n s I E N e Unntvnts The School Helminislmlien and Faculty Classes Fecmlres lllctivities Hclverlisements ' 1, af-My f 3 ' s y I 'S "QNX . in Q Q A-,gs - ls: ' A7 "1 gl iq., ,P f vf, -. , ., J, ' ' ' ina -' '71 xr. ' A "-V-7' '- . 'JJ N5 Tr HF. ' p pu , 'L M 3 K " xv 7 F .wjjizuji S Q iv " A 'ETSI ,ff A A - , -5,1 lynx 3. ,. 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MISS DORA HAINS Secretary .....,,..,...iii..,iii., MISS MARY BALK FACULTY Miss Juanita Luckey Miss Ruth McAuliffe Miss Mary Miles Miss Mary Miller Miss Edith Nachnian Miss Sarah Norris Mrs. M. M. Owens Miss Annie Page Miss Marguerite Palmei Miss Lora Pearce Miss Edna Rogers Miss Emily Stelling Miss Grace Strauss Miss Alice Sumerau Mrs. Flora Thompson Miss Virginia Videtto Miss Mildred von Kamp Miss Belle Walker Miss Carolyn White Mrs. Margaret White 2 I , s We hm: Thvm 5 I 1 1 I A 1 1 J-:QW f,d I"- ,. ,' LFE H'-5 f fe' W3 39 ix 52 ES. 5':Z4'V '- B .Q W fv 35, if .L 4-,xv .343 . ,,,, .- , .3-.QI ,V .gf i-9 ':1 44 ' Q' 'guff ' T, f?Qf3'.Qa r 1 -A if xg ii TP, -.4 -Qu ' AJ w iw, , ,- :E 3 lX,Tf :- +5 ., .A if 4 gf tx qi x x 5 f ' Q '6 v. 5 1 f . Q Q L LQ? 1 fi 's if .. F5 5 Q? 4 TE R, X I-S, K wk b I ,Q 111 ELISA BETH ACRE E l1I111l1-rii Igiiigiizigxc LI 1-11. DOROTHY ETHEI, ADAMS llI111lL'I'II Lziiiguzigx' JULIA ELI,1f1L'ISE ADAMS Classical I5IC'l"l'Y AI,l,1l11L1D ll1I111lL'l'lI I-z1iigguaQ1' M1111-5' Dull 141, Si, 2, 119 Hocliuy 133. 2, 113 Izislicllmll 14, 33, 2, 11: Base-ball 14, JI, 2, 111 Slumlciit 1'uun1'il 1331: Gln-L' Club 1211 Girl lic- 1-rvvs 12, 11: Spanish Club 1-1, 3313 Emblems: IIIS1i1l'l'121gH1521131-11. 111- Cluln 1413 Ihiiicu Club 1413 Girl lix-sci'x'L-4 mlrla-ni: THS 1I1g Girl Ihlsciwcs 1211 G11-1' 111 1113 I11'ziiiiu1i1' Club 1411 NL'XW'S1J21llL'l' Stuff 15113 Yulluy Bull 121, Baseball 121. THE UE IUH DUIIIS AN11El'1SON 3111111-rii LIIIIQLIZIQ1' Spzuiisli Club 14, 331. EVELYN ANDREWS Dive-rsificml Occupations Yulll-y Bull 1113 Basketball 1113 Girl Reserves 12, 11: Emblcm: THS 121: Stucluiit Patrol 121. MAE LOUISE ANSLEY Mmlciwi Language LOUISE ARRINGTON Diversifierl' Occupations Succci' 1112 Yulley Ball 12, 113 Ring: Tennis 1331: Emblems: 'IHS 1115 T 1219 Athletic As- sucizitiuii 14, 3, 213 Ilzince Club 121. L I CLASS UF 1940 gl Q7 on I DOROTHY EUGENIA ATKINSGX FLORENCE JANETTE BARDEN Mudern Language Hockey llrg Girl Reserve lil, 2, lj. NELLIE AUSTIN Commercial BE ULAH BARBER Modern Language Dance Vice-president of Spanish Club 1435 Club: Vice-president HH SQL'l'L'l3l'j' 1333 Mem- ber 1213 Journalism Club 1-ly. Emblems:THS QU: T 1213 H i35- JULIE BARCHAN Modern Language Girl Reserves 14, 31. Morin-rn Language MARION BELL Commercial Student Patrol 1-lj. MARIE BENNETT Commercial Glee Club 12, 17. RUTH BLACKMON Modern Language Emblem: THS 115. SARAH BOND Modern Language Student l'at1'nl 14, 33: Glec Club 1413 Emblem THS 121. MAY CHRISTINE BROWN Modern Language FRANCES CA PERS Modern Language Student Cnnncil 1-1. CE. 2. 115 President of Svnim- Class Hb: Spanish Club 1-179 Vice- prosiclent uf JULl1'I12illSHl Club f-ij. SIBYL CARTER Connnorcial THE SE IUH MARY CA UTHEN L'mnmc1'ciul BIINNIE LULISE CHAMBERS Divursificnl Occupatinns A DELAIDE CHAPMAN Mode-rn Lzlnguagu RUBY MARGARET CHEEKS Modern Language Baseball 115: Latin Club 4173 Girl Reserves l4, 2,1j. ,ff .MV X,-qi' . -. qt.: , ,. I F , ,MK ,. ,,,, .- tn H1 i f . 'LAHS UF 111411 ANNIE MARJORIE COOK Connnercial Student 1'at1-131 1331 Student Council 143. OLIVE CRANSTON Classical Annual Staff 1123, 131-amatie Club 14, 23g Stu- 1 dent 1'at1'nl 143g Girl Reserves 131, L, 133 Em blem: THS 123. EYELYN ANNE CRAWFORD Modern Language BLANCHE ADELE CROCKER ClaSsical Glee Club: President 1-133 Member 122, 23 Student Patrol 1435 Latin Club 1435 Enibleinsz THS113:T123gH1Z33gV131ley Ball 1-1,3,2, 13 Soccer 1135 Baseball 123: Ring' Tennis 1333 Basketball 13, 2, 13. X ...A 1 . ,1 Y-1 'lr X" .1 AN li 11 EEYICS CU1,1'E1'PER C11n1me1'cial Student 1'atx'ol 143. NEYILLE CUMBIIXG Classical -Xnnual Stuff 12233 .-Xtliletie .'XSSl3L'l2ltl13l1I Vice- 331'esi1lent 1333 Meinbei' 14. 235 Student l,Zltl'l3l 1433 Girl Reserves 132, 2, 133 l11'kil'l1H11L' Club: ll1'CS11ll'111 1-13, NlC111l301' 1233 Dance Club: See retary 143. Meinllei' 125,231 S1-e1'eta1'y uf Glee Club 143: Latin Club 1-13: S13CL'L'1' 1131 Em blems:'1'HS113:T' 123: H 143. MILDRPII3 D.-X1'l'CH Bluclern Language H.-XRH1E'1"I'lC WO1313 DANIEL Blodern Lang'uag'e , Ywlley Ball 1-1, 73, ZZ. 13: Baaketball 14, 31, 13: H111-key 1131 Girl Reserves 14, 32, 2, 133 Atli ' letie Assneiatiavn 15. 4. 3, 2, 133 Annual Staff 1223: Student Patml 1-1, 233: Emblems: THS 113 T1'73' H1"3' Q 1-13 3 -3 '3-37 . VL EDITH CAROLYN DANTZLER Diversified Occupations I,1,3I S LYTHE DARLEY Coinnicrc ial IIAZEL FRANCES EDMUNDS l3I1nlurn Lang'uag'u Girl Reserves 14, 23, 2, 133 Student Patrol 14, 2333 Vollcy Ball 14, 23, 2, 131 Ring' Tennis 12333 Basketball 14, 13, 2, 133 Baseball 1135 Ein- lvms: THS 113, T 1233, CO RI N N E ELLIOTT l3'T01lL'1'l1 I.anz3uag'1- THE .'E IU! DOROTHY MARIE ELLISUN l3I1n1lern Languag'e Glu- Club 14. 2333 Etlitur-in-cliief nf Tubinan 'rimt-S 133. II. VIRGINIA IVAGLIE COl11l1101'Cl21l BETTY I-'LEMING Classical Emlitui'-in-uliief uf Annual 1-133 Girl Reserves 1-1, 33, 2, 133 Newspaper Staff 14, 7333 Student Patrol 14, 2333 Glee Club 1233 Emblems: THS 1132 'I 123: Dramatic Club 1-1, 233 Valley Ball 1133 Latin Club 143. BEULAH ELIZABETH FLINT Modern Language W-gf-5" ' I I I I : uiss. ur H1411 52,21 -QR ' X,.,' IIURIJIE NANETTE FOWLER Modern Language FRANCES GIBBS Coiniuereial Girl Reserve: 12, 115 Student Patrol 12215 Tub- inan Times 131. EMMIE FRANCES GIBSON HUGH MARGARET FREELANI1 Modern Language Moclern Language Glee Club 1313 Spanish Club 14. 2315 Student Patrol 14. 313 Girl Reserves 133, 2, 113 Einbleni: THS111, T 121, H 131. DOROTHY LOUISE FREEMAN Coinniereial ALICE WILSON G RADY Diversified Occupations SARA ISABEL GATLIN Student Patrol 1313 Yolley Ball 1115 Ring Modern Language Tennis 1113 Sueeer 1113 Girl Reserves 131. Dramatic Club 14, 215 Glee Club 14, 5113 Girl Reserves 13, 21. Student. Patrol 1-1, C311 Juur- nalisni Club 1415 Emblems: THS 1215 T 1Z!1g , . f, f. , - Annual Staff 1415 Spanish Club: Viee-presi- SX BLR MADGE GRAXILS dent 141. Modern Language ti DOROTHY .-XMELI.-X GREGLS Mmlg-rn Lang'uag:c EMI I.Y M.-XRGTQERITE GREEN 1Imlb1'n Lanfuagc ulent Cbuncil 12. lu: Glue Club 12, lb' f'i1'l I LSL-rves I1 I. YI-Il-I.-X GREENE Cmiiiin-1'ui:xl lilill.-X .XIlEl.E HARRISON Mmli-i'1i l,2ll12'Ullj.1'0 THE .'E IUI MARY FH.-XXEES HEATH Mmlurn I-z1iig'uz1:u film' Club 122. M A RY HOFFMAN Muilvrn Lznigiiagc DOROTHY HOLLIMAN C o in in 0 1'ci al BETTY HOLMES Classical Student Council: S8L'1't'I21l'y 141 3 3lL'D1lJL'1' 135, 2l: Prcsimlent uf Junior Class 1373 Secretary- Tl'Q3SL11'E1' of Senior Class, 1-115 Latin Club 441: Emblem: THS ll! Dramatic Club I-il: News- paper Staff Q4, 31. 'l CLASS UF lf DOROTHY FRANCES HOWE Commercial Girl Reserves 12, 113 Newspaper Staff 13115 Atliletic Editor of Annual 1-115 Volley Ball 13 2, 113 Basketball 13, 2, 115 Ring Tennis 14, 3 213 Baseball 13, 2, 113 Soccer 111. CLARA BELLE JACKSON Commercial Emblem: THS 1213 Dance Club 1413 Girl Re- serves 13, 2, 115 Glee Club 141. EDITH JENNY Classical Vice-president of Senior Class 1-113 Vice-presi- dent of Junior Class 1313 President of Fresh- man Class 111g Literary Editor of Annual 1-113 Student Council 1113 Student Patrol 14, 313 Volley Ball 12. 115 Basketball 12, 119 Soccer 1115 Baseball 1113 Latin Club 1415 Emblems: THS 111g T 121: H 131g S 1413 Secretary- Treasurer of Journalism Club 141. NELLIE MAE JONES Commercial y ,ng a if , ,, Pig e,,,-A 1 . ,-,-, ,, . .l4ll ,fic 'uw I ' if' , --N,-,- funn, was 3-X XfffX,g,' QXQ7. x- .gf RUTH KATZ l1Io1lern Language BOBBIE LANSDELL Modern Language Vice-Presiclent of Freshman Class 111: News- paper Staff 1313 Art Editor or Annual 141. LEONA LOUISE LEE Commercial Girl Reserves 13, 21 Dance Club 13, 21. JULIA MADDOX Modern Language nav- EYELYN ELIZABETH MASON Mmlcrn Language HAZE L MATHEWS Mmlern Languagc SARA MATH EWS Dix'v1'sifiwl Occupatinns Glue Club 13, 2 D1 Girl Re-serves 1IZl: Emblems' THS 111: 'l' 1733: Latin Flub 1-ll: Student Council 123. l'II.IZAI3l-1'I'H MA YS Cfnn morcial 3 THE .'E IUH SHIRLEY MAY McCORMlCli Modern Langguagu MARY Mcl'ILM I ' HRA Y Mmlurn L2lllL1'Ll21Q.1'L' cv Club 1-lb: Dance Club 1455 Spanish Club 1-1I:E1nbloms:THS11l:T12l. MARY JANE M1-ILHANICY Modern Langruagv Girl Reserves 1-1, 2. lb: Emblems: THS 1132 T 171 Ba lx tb lx ll L.: 's'e all 1llg Hocwy 1133 Yo 1-5 111: Student Patrol 145, GENEYA Mn-MANUS Modern Language 5752 . v ' -1, ...f:Qa344' A , N-lv. : L'1'i'QfgV A 6, wil? K1 ffwih-Nyi Z Y I I l A. 'E' 1 Al l 1 ,ak -.bg f MARY ANN MICLI. l'll.IZAl3l'l'l'H MUYE M0111-V11 I,z111u'L1zx2'c M"'ll'l'll Lalllflliifl' Hluu l'lul,1 14, 53, 21, Girl llescrves 122. 2, 113 l Yulluy Ball 153, 2, 115 Bzlsx-ball 12lg Emblems: ICYELYN THE!-IESA MILLEIL Mu1lc1'n I,ax1g'1u1gQ MILDHEIJ LUYISIQ MINS Diversifiul LlCCll17Zltl11llS Dance Club 12 lg Svuretz11'y-'l'1'uasu11-1' uf S11 more Class 1215 Emblems: THS 1115 '1' 137, Volley Ball 117. JESSIE ELIZABETH MOSELY L'1Jl11lm:l'ci2nl '1'HS11lC'l'13ll. EDITH MVLCAY Murlurn L2ll1L1'llZig'C liusc,-lxaxll 1113 SIUUICUI' 111: Yollu-yVBz1ll 12i. 21: Ijuhlwtlmll 1..13 11111 IXt'SCl'VL'S 14, Q, J, 11, Stu- mlcul l'z1t1'ul 14, 3313 Slllfltllf Cuunull 143: Em- lulcms: THS llli T 1215 Glue Club 14, 23, 23. DUIIOTHY GIIACIC NORMAN Mmlern LHIIQLHIHL' Glw Vlub 14, 1213 Fu-m'l1 Club 1233 Drzmlutic 1'lub 1139 I-Jzislu-tball 12, 13. Il0R1YI'HY KATHERINE PALMER C ll1llllL'lACl21l 1'RIS1"II,LA PAPPAS I1iv1-rsificcl Ok'Q'll1lZl1111IlS llusvluill 1.2, 2. 11: Ywlley Bull 121, 2. 11: Em- 111-ni: THS 111: Stu1l1-nt Pzitml 1-1. 3213 Girl 1 Hvs1'1'VvS 12, 115 Ring' Tennis 1215 Socu-1' 111 W MAE PETERS1 JN 11i'1'e1'sifi1-ml OL'L'l1112i1'111l1S w -u.. '. '-." .' 1121111-v 1 lub 1-1,11,.21, Spzmibli1 lub, X lcv Pivsi- 111-nt 141, M1-mln-1' 1111 Stu1l'11ii1 1'11uiicil: 1'i'1'si, fli-iit 141, Mvmlwl' 12113 Aiimnil Stuff 131: Em l1l1-ni:4:THS1111T1211H13313S1-11. 111.-XIQGARFIT l'Hll.l.ll'S Vlzissiuzil I.A YAI1.-X I'RA'l'HPII! f'mnni0i cial Stl l'11lf .'lf , . IN.-X I'R1CS1'11TT S1'11'1"l' 3111111-1'1i 11ll112'll2lLl'L' 11111 1 X Q1 mi li1'lul1 1-113 Dil111'l'1lllll1 14, 211' 1'11'l 1 1 11 5 1'1'v1-s 111 Cirl Ilvwi ou Club li.-XTHERIN1-I P11111 'TEH 0111111111-iwizxl MAHG.-XHH1' Hi-XI11"11R11 I1iv01'sifie1l 111-uuiizitiniis vvs 1112 Bzisvbzlll 111, MARTHA AMELIA RAY Mmlcrii Laiiguuge ldent 1'11um-il 1113 Stu1l1-m I'ati'11l 14, 211 141. -,v,-- - A -- 1-.: 3 1 xx l"m?ls.'- . , l . I I 1 I f -4 LL SJ? 11 Rll'llll'Il.lllil1l1 lllwlill ll1,1S.X3l1,1Xl1 Li"mAm'l'LA1"l 1l111l1-rii l.llllg'lll1Q'L' lluiiuu 1'lul1 1"1. l'IYEI,YN l1ll11l1l'IS 1I11.lv1'ii Lziiiuxizigm- 'll XE lll'l'l'Ill'l' Yullvy Ball 13. 2. 11: lliiiu' 'll-iiiiif 131A Q, 1,5 1111111-rii l.z1ii:'iizig'u Stwlniit l'z1ti-ul 14, 521: Stu1l1iiI 1'11uii1-il 1-413 , I , ,. ., ., . .I M . w .l ., Lmiicu Clulw I-1,fl1Q Spzuiisli l'lul1 1413 .-Xtlilvliu Hmmm "'1m'l ln' 'l' Xllhlmlm Nllff Ml' .-Xss11giuti11ii 14, 33. 2. 11: llirl l-21-svi'x1-s 12. 11: Emlmlums: 'IHS 1l11'l' 1215 H 131. IFAXY IJHUDFQ ICMBIJX li1LA lll'SSl'Il.l, Miiilr-rii I.aiiu'Lu1:'u M"'ll'm I'u'lgllag" Glec l'lulJ 1213 Dillltt' Vlulw 1111: llwi-lwy 1211 Ring' T1-miis 1213 Girl I-11-sn-1-11-s 1-11: l':l1ll1l1'l1lZ THS 111. , J11.-XX S1'HAliNlTZIiY EAHLINE 111111111113 C121Sfi1'211 W"1ll1.llL'1'k'l2ll Girl lh-51-i'x'1-s 111: ElNl1lL"lNI THS 111: Ywllux' Dunn- Club 133 1. lhill 1112 llzlsliutlulll 111, ,Ann JU' FLORA ELIZABETH SE.-NGO Mmlern Language DOLORES NAT.-XLIE SHMERLING Classical uclcnt Cnunuil 14. 123: Student Patrol 1-13 C n'l Rcsvrvos 13, 131 Ring Tennis 1333 News- papoi' Staff 12333 Business N.l3.l12lg.1'Ql' of Annual 1433 Latin Club: Pl't'Sl1l6Ilf 143: Emblems: THS113:T 123, H 133, S 1-133.l11ui'nalism Club 143: lnainatic Vlub 1-13. FATHERINE SKINNER Mmlern Lang'uagrQ Spanish Flub 143. GVILA ALLEN STANFORD Classical l3i'znnz1t11' 1 lulw 1 1 "3: Latin Fluh 1-13: Studs-nt l1nt Council 103 l 1Il'13l I-131 Stlll HE SE! llllll LISA El'1lliXlA STEPHENS Bl131l1'1'I1 l,ang'uz1ge l31,3R1'3THY SLBIMEHA l.l. Mu1l0l'n l.ang'uagu JUNE .-Xl,LlS13N SWEDENBI'I'lG DivQ1'sifi1-fl Oucupatiuns Stuilvnt Vmvuncil 1l31 1321111-Q Club 12, 131 Eni- lwln-ms: THS 113, T 123: Yulloy Bull 1133 Sm'- ,l.-XCQL'El.lNl'I T.-XNKEHSIJCY l'3iVe1'sifi1'1l Occupations Ring' T1-nnis 1233 Sm-ce-1' 113: Bziskutbzill 1333. 1 ,,- ' we ur 1 A if Q1 xg, 1 1 RUTH A. TAYLOR ROZZIE LEE VAUGHN Cum mort-ial MARTHA ELIZABETH 'l'EMl1LE'l'ON Commercial BETTIE TIMMEHMAN Classical Girl Reserves 12, 11: Newspaper Staff 1-1, 313 Emblem: THS 111, T 1211, H 141. Glee C Latin MARTHA JANE VAN DEUSEN Classical lub 1-1, 23, 213 Dramatic' Club 1-1, 2, 11' Club 1-113 Emblems: THS 111, T 121 H 1313 Student Patrul 14, 2113 Picture Editor of Annua 9 -P . --. l 1413 Volley Ball 14, 3, 2, 111 Basketball 3 2 seball 1213 Soccer 1113 Ring' Ten- 1J 11 Bl nis 131. Classical Glee Club 1-1, 3, 213 Student Patrol 1413 Latin 1'lub 1413 Athletic Association: President, 141. Member 13, 21: Emblems: THS 111, T 121, H 15113 Valley Ball 14, 3, 2, l13 Basketball 13, 2. l1Q Baseball 1213 Sueeer 1113 Ring Tennis 111. LUCY VON SPRECKEN Modern Language Annual Staff 122, 213 Spanish Club: President 1413 Student Patrol 141. EDITH MAE WAINWRIGHT Diversified Occupations Glee Club 14, 3, 213 Girl Reserves 121i Stu- dent Patrol 131. FRIEDA ANNE WAINWRIGHT Modern Language Girl Reserves 151, 2, 113 Soccer 1l1Q Glee Club 13, 21. A LWI LDA WATE HS 3I1nle1'n l,2lIlL1'l.lZiQL' 1l1L l 1 1'lu 3 12 31 I'?:xnge Club 1131 Newspaper ff 1 ,3 ICDNA MAE WHALEY Dim-1'sifie1l O1'1'u1'ati1nis ice 'luJ 123: Stulent Cwuneil 1431 Stuwlent ' 3 I :Q enis: THS 113, T 1233 Ynlley lin 1 l lllllnll-13 lilill l 111113 BIAIITHA WHALEY llmlern L2ill2'l.l2lQ'L' l!l'I'l"l'Y XYllliICl,l'1ll 1'lz1ssi1':1l N 1 S tuilvnl 'iiunril 1l31 Newspaper ftaff: licli 111'-inJ'liief 113, 111-niber 1313: flirl Reserves 1 3: l:,l3ll1l1'l'llw THF 113. 'l 123, l..it1n1lL1b1-1.3. THE SENIUH BIIRIAM XYHEELICR 1'1nnnie1'uial Student Cwuneil 15532 Dance Club 133. IDA HALL WHITE Classical Atliletie Council: Treasiirer 14. 3, 233 Member 113: Annual Staff 13. 23: Student Council 1-1. 733: Sturlent Patrol: Captain 1-133 Member 1253: Girl Reserves 1-1. 3, 2, 133 Yulley Ball 13, 2, 133 Ring Tennis 12331 Baseball 123: Basketball 12. 133 Drzunatie Club 14, 231 Newspaper Staff 1-1, 'Z3g Latin Club 1-13: Emblems: THS 113. T 123. H 1331DanL'e Club 13. 23. SARAH FRANCES WHITLEY 3lOl'lQl'Il Language Ynlley Ball 1353. LILLIAN WHITTLE Diversified Occupations f'5'N..,,,,, 'A I I I I I I A' i I l, I , I K S--1 ,Muffy MARY ELLEN WILLITS Diversified Occupations Yolley Ball 1,-1, 333 Ring Tennis 14, 333, Student Patrol 1433 Girl Reserves 1333 Glue Club 113. GLORIA ELIZABETH WRIGHT ELIZABETH BLANCHE YGVNG Bludern Larm-1111-"Q Modern Language I C' Glee Club Q35 2, Us Dramatic Club KS, Zi. Student Patrnl 14, 5335 fNewspapc-1' Staff 1-1, 333. MARIE ELIZABETH WYATT Modem Language KATHERINE MAE YOVNG Volley Ball 15, 4, 2, 135 Basketball 1-1, zz, 1 DiW1'Fifif'1l 0f'1'HPflfi1'HS 135 Baseball 14,1235 Hockey 12, 13. FRANCES ANN YARRINGTON Commercial li kim f?MM gamma WITH THE sfwmns iS'F""" , -.JT Q-'FS ,.--- P' f"' I ff v bil . li IU IUH CLASS President .,,,4..,,,,,,.,,,,, if Hx OFFICERS Stulb Vice-President ,.,........ Sec1'eta1'y-T1'easu1'e1' Sponsor ,.,....,., ,,,,,,,,,, -xx .rf i i Y' 1 xx M31'g'31'Qt White Mac Christian Miss Aim Braddy iii lg. . if Q ,J i ' - 1 M s is ,s x K - 1 is ', T ' . i V, r E J I f gifs? lb lllflllllll CLASS UF Ailzuns, Alice AIIHIIIS. Hildretli Allen, Mary Amlcrsun, Virginia Arnclt, Alice Bailey, Lois Lee Bargrermm, Hazel Barnes, Jewell B2ll'l'Qllt.lI16, Bobby Bartley, Rita Bigrgfar, Ellen Davies BlltCl'llll!l'f,Oll, Betty Sue Hnhlvr, Jean Rrzuly, Audrey Bmaclwater, Roberta Tl l l 5 ,fill E Bruwn, Mary gnu.. ' A 1 Xxx ' -x HH1H BL11'gQ-ss, Fr:-inkiu Vziiiiiuxi. livin Burt, Phyllis flzirswcll, Lillian Carter, Shannon 1'hu1nlwrs, Annie Lee Flianuy. Viola l'l11'lStl2ll1, Mary Christian. Mac Connell. Betty Connell. Evelyn Connell, Dorothy Daniel, Clayton Davidsun, .loan f :' 3,511 L . f V7 .. SXN Allllllwllllll Ill HS UF Dennis, Florence De Stefani, Doris Duncan, Wilcla Eclelhlut, Katharine Anne Flrlwarcls, Vivian Elliott, Pat Elsroad, Lorraine Fields. Louise Fiske, Margaret Flcimimr, Ann Fortson. Catherine Fogle, Frances Gary, Maude Grav. Dorothy Grayson, Limlwina ll l lllflfll H ll l la? 1 Grear. Dm-ntlly Griner. Betty W Gurcn, Phyllis Ilurlrlln-say, Martlm Hnmmack, Marjorie Hamer, Mary Hatcher, Mary Burke Humlley, Doris Hundley. Dorothy Hurst, Elizabeth Ivey. Betty Jameson. Virginia Klion, Shirley IUBUAN JR. HIGH SUHUUL UBKHW Harden, Betty Huuflws, Eugenia zlflfflilllll HS HF linaup, Louise Koller. Lillian Laird, Bobbie lilac Lincul. Cora Lincul, Corinne Lewis, Clara Mac lllZll'liNV3.ltfl'l', Ann Martin. Sally Matheny, Betty Mathews, Margie McCatl1e1'n, Marcia Mc-csc, Nell Mn-rritt. Vera Michl-l. Carolyn Mirlrllotmi, Myra .K xx' w iiiiwiiw HIHH 11,2- :Q Blurris, Susan Nluss. Margaret Parrish, Elizabeth lmpkiii. Hilda Pound. Jane Price, Patricia l'uii1l, Harriet Rabun. Sarah Raines, Freda Reese. Estelle Rivers, Sara Roesel, Martha Rose. Elizabeth Royal. Jerry Royston, Anne li Hill ULAHH HF Sanders, Sydney Sharue. Ruth Shcahzin, Eloise Shcftall. Cynthia Sills, Opal Sims, Duris Skelton, Ann Smalley, Elizabeth Smith, Betty Smith, Clara Smith, Cornelia Smith, Martha Sue Smith, Virginia Stavro, Lena Stearns. Katherine Barnard 18 'J Tllll liiiil lil N HHEH Struther. Mary Palm Stulb. Coil Tlminzis. Bc-ssic J unn- Turnin, Louise Utlcv. Lavicla White. Margaret Way, Annette XVilliams, Elizabeth Woudalall, Frances Winn, Jackie Yablon, Helen , ., X , 'Q " x, , W . If ZMKM gamem WITH THE Juwluns Sophomore Class President ,........... OFFICERS Miss Nancy Hardy Vice-President ....,.......,. Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor .,.,,.......,.,....... Allene Sumner Mary Alice Hey Miss Alice Sumerau x . JH. :E ', Q1 . E , ' 5 1 i""w4f"f ' 1, 3 5 i' A! sl gy if A ui- ,wi-" M I-c """f ' . X f S wa Wye, f Fri 5 J' f 1. F , . K . Sw vl 'C : ., x, Q. Q14 V ' -xmvylf, .Le.:.n'x. Q' L-65 'fi . Allun. " Allu' 1w4v4 LS. -Xl1ChU1'S, V. Amin-rwll, I.. .-Xxnlclswlx, M. Hukw. P Bzxkur. U. nlll'l'L'lt. Y IM-L-kL1n1. U4-Qlull, I Ilunuvlt. Hl'll!1L'1t, Hlzxukstw Ulumlu-, X. L- ll ll Iiwyd. M. Hrinsuu, L. Ulll'Q'L'SS. 11 Bums. G. Byrd. B. Vzullv. G. l'11l'IL'1'. A. Lalshm. C. Vlwvk. D. t,'1'vuk. BI. E Vllatt. J. S l'uL11'sL-y, J. K Lllrwlvm-1'. J Ilzum-I. 11. A Uuull. M. Im'ku1's.11, X ri.-1h ' Xb. L. Iflliwtt. H. I-'mu-ll. BI. V1ll'l'. J. I'l1v1l. BI. Llzulmly. BI. lfalssm-rt. X I, . -:mlmm Ix Gp-ur. M. Gillman, F. GivQnS. B. GL rawm lson. E. R. Gulledue, S. Gunter. L F. Cuff. II. Half-ml. BI. IYzm1'lin:'. K. Hunslcv. Y. Hilnh-b1'z1114lt. E Hullin:rsww1'tl1, Howell. M Ilurlbutt, N. Jansen. M. Jenny, E. Johnson, D. Juhnsun, H. -Toms. L. B. Kellwi. M. Kruusu. M. Langlc-5'. K. LaRorhu, C. Lee. E. LYINIIIHIIS. L. Liuhenstuin, J. T.ivinQston. G Luke. D. Nlaxhnn-x'. J. AILIVSUIII. M. NIL-Albam-y, NlcNun-, L. McNair. 11. Alillkllftllll, V Milk-1'. K. Nlulln-rin. A Mulliuun. H Nunn. D. Uullurich, M If lk-tp-1'swl1. M. Platt. F. Vwwull. B. HL-zul. H. Hiluv. K. L. Hnbins. M. Hwsicl'. R. J Rnwlalnl, A. SL-lmulzc. B. Sharm-. 31. Sivulnund. S. Sizvxlmlw. Sixullmw. M Smith. E. Sm-llinux B St1'uylnn'11. Tcutwn. BI Tixnln. E. Vwn Sprccl Walkur. V. Warxm-n. F. H1-stln' +.v1 wk Wlmitvhcaul Wi1li:11nS. Yancey, B Il Aldeen, M. Amos, R. Anderson, J. Arrington, S. Barton, H. Beck, D. Beck, E. Bethuni, M. Bible, V. M. B ne. H. Bragg, H. Brinkninn, G. Biiggg, M. Burruni, E. Cason, K. Cawlcy. L. Cloud, M. Voleman, M. Crenshaw, E. Crook, E. Crosley, H. Danforth, M. Daniel, V. Davis, V. Deriso, A. P. Edwards, H. Etterlee, M. Evans, V. Fnglier, B. Faulkner, R. Fell, D. F91'gl'0l'SUl1, Ford, M. L. D l'll'CCl8l'lCliQ, E. ll ll Hurst, L. Ivey, S. Gaddey, M. James, F. Gantt, F. Johnson. M. Goodson, M. Johnson, V. Goodwin, R. Jordan, D. Grantham. M. Keilhotlz, B. Green, E. Kenduck, A. Griffith, I. Lane, A. Guillebeau, S. Lange, M. C Gunter, M. Lazenby. A. Hndwin, O. Lever, D. Hamilton. M. S. Lewis,, M. Havird, H. Long, R. Hill, S. Lovell, V. Hodge. VV. Macky, B. Holtzclaw, B. Maddox, M. Howard, T. Mcmlcs, M. Mears, B. Merritt, E. Mr-rritt, H. Miller, M. Mu11tgm11c1'y 31 41mv1 ly. M. llrwgzin. M. Musluy. C. Murplmy, A. McNceIy. L Newman, F. Norris, E. Nurton, K. Odmn, D. Odom, J. Odom, M. Orr, R. Ru Uwuns, I'll1'1iL1L'. F I':Ll'kur, I' J I'L'llL'11L'k. IL. bln 17' l'w-, -w, I'ivl'L'L' 1' v I'urx'is. H. Quinn, H. lr.ulfn11l. X . Ilnlnlulpll I' Hucsm-, M lla-rlvw. HHUQILAS, llolwrts liussull, 'Q , E. slmtun. M. 'Ill San-lure. D. Suntt. Y. ShL'l'XYu4w4L Sills. Y. SiZE1'l'IlPl'L'. D. Skinner. BI. Smith. G. Spulluu. R. Stzllling. C. Stury, D. Strwther, D. Sturnmn. BI. Sunnnur, A. Taylvr. L. TeBow, M. TL'1llplL't0N, B. Turry. IP. 'l'lnnnps1m, M Tinnnuns. M. Tmulwr. V. Y2lXVtL'l'. C. Ym-1'1wlsun, V. XYa111lm-n. ll. XYzmIliL'1', M. Ward. N. Xxrhil2lliL'l'. V. XYicks, E. XYilfunQ. E. Williznns, S. XYillis. M. Xvilsfrll. R. Xvlblflllllll, E. Zinnncrman, E Allains, A. L. ll ll ADYZIITIS. C. Ba1'g'e1'on, C. L. H2lj'HOS, G. McGowan, E. Baulineau, M. Haines, A. Mcliie, E. Be-all, M. Ivey, L. Metzger, G. Berry, C. Jackson, B. Middlvton, P. l'm'swt-ll, E Johnson, B. Mills. M. F. Carswull, H. Jones. A. Mitchcll, K. Clecklvy, M. Kelly, A. Mobley, C. Covur, J. Kelly, M. A. Parker, D. Gary, M. King, C. Phillips, H. G1'ig'g's, H. Kitchens, M. Plane, S. Hallman, B. Lee, B. P1-ice, M. Hamilton, G. Lomas, D. Rivers, N. Hamilton, M. M. Mcfampbell, M. Robertson, R. Hurriy, N. McCoy, T. Robertson, B. Haynes, C. Mn-Gowan, C. Shields, G. A. Silver. J. Sims, D. Skinner, B, Sligh, E. Slusky, L. J Smith, D. Snipes, D. Strzitaczls, M Stringer. M. Stulb, S. Toole, M. Vance, V. XVebste1', M. Whitley, D. XVilliams, B. Wilson, L. VVOng, M. Frvslunfm Class Presldent A............ .. Vice-President ........ Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor ........... OFFICERS Billie Gay Eflllly Sheftall Anne Kelly Elizabeth Brisendiue f wk M X 5 sfqb' Rfk Anchors, B. L. Anderson, E. Ansley, V. Baber, M. Bailey, C. Bailey, M. Barber, N. Barnes, F. Beazley, E. BL-elanil, E, Bennutt, A. Blanos, .l. Brawner, L. Broome, C. Buck, B. Burke, J. Canzuly, L. Carlton, P. E. Carr, H. S. Carroll, M. Cato, B. Clark, D. Columbus, M Cooper, J. Corley, 0. Creamer, A. Crozier, S. Daretzler, S. llaviclson, M. Dolinsky, lf' Dorn, F. Dunn, M. l. .., :: N.. ll 11 Harvley, J. Hatcher, J. M Durden, M. Hattaway, J. Dyal, L. V. Heaton, M. Ellenberg, N. M. Heffernan, A. Elliott, F. Hendrix, S. Ellis, E. Hensley, B. . Fallow, L. Holliman, C. Flint. M. L. Howard, E. Gadrly. M. E. Howard, M. Gatewoocl, J. Howell, M. Gillman, D. Hudson, N. Gleason, J. Humphries, A L Gramlner. M. Ingram, A. Grose, M. James, M. Halnby, J. Johnson, J. Hardy, ll. Jennings, M. I Jones, B. Keilholtz, G. King, M. Kitchens. E. Miller, E. Lanier, H. Milligan, L. Lee, E. R. Mubley, K. Lee, L. E. Morgan, D. Lever, R. 3lUl'2'Z1ll, N. Lingran, P. Montg'u1nery, Little, N. L. Morague, C. Martin, M. Murray, R. Masters, T. Newsome, S. McCall, I. Ogletree. S. McCarthy, N. McNeal, A. McGahee, T. Overstreet, M. McKag'en, S. Owens, B. R. McKie, M. Parrish, E. ll Iblselial, J. Quinn, M. Illimi-les, M. Szitcher, D. Slizlpiiwv, M. Slieppziiwl. L. Sizenmre, J. Smally, H. Smith, H. Smith, L. Smith, V. Spire-S, A. Spradley, C. Stanton. M. M, Stevens, L. Stewart, M. Todd, M. Usry, L. Yigrnati, C. Waddy, D. xXY2llkQl', M. lVatkins, E. Watson, M. A. Whaley, D. whim, D. Wilson, A. Wilson, S. YVoff0rd, H. Wood, B. Youngr, C. Youngblood. M Anderson, F. Ashe, D. Baber, J. Baller, M. Barden, H. Bivens, M. Brantley, H. Buck, J. M. Busche, H. Bush, K. Byrd, M. H. lfaflle, I. Cadden, M. C21l'tlL'llQ'L', D. Cannady, H. f'hz1vis, G. C'lu-Vey. E. Colo, E. Colo, N. Ozrloy, L. f'osnahan,, D. VHX, I.. Creech, B. Crenshaw, M. Crouch, J. Danforth, Virginia Danforth, Vivian Davis, R. Deas, L. DeLoach, M. Denton. B. Dowling. D. Dyson, O. Fallaw, B. Farmer, E. Ford. D. Ford, J. Foster, E. Guerson, H. Gay. B. Gordon, C. Ill Greer, G. Griffith, E. Griner, T. Haddon, M. Hall, W. Harp, D. Harwell, C. Hatcher. M. Haywood, L. Henderson, L. Herndon, M. Hig',2'inbotha1n, M. Hodges, D. Holland, D. Holland, E. Holley, D. Hollins, V. Holmes, F. Iloopvr, D. Hooper, E. Horne, M. Howard, S. Huff, H. Hunt, E. Hutto. M. Ivey, M. Jackson, H. Jenkins, M. Jennings, YV Johnson, B. Johnson. V. Jones, Berth Jones. Betty Jones, I. Judy, B. Kelly, L. Kendrick, M Kennedy, A. Key, L. Kicklig'htC1', Knotts, M. liflQ'L'l', M. B. l,21lllH1', M. liillgfllllfl, R. ldlllgllillll, E. Ln-wis. J. I.inclewi1'tl1, E. Lum, VV. Lynn, L, McCanne, E. Mvcfmy, L. ML'ElX'0ul1, D. Mc-Kcllar. C. ML-Keawn, M. McManus, C. Meaales, D. Mvrtins, D. Millers, S. Mills, G. Mitchell, M. Mixon, M. Mnatcs, C. Mulwlvy, M. Mumly, D. Morris, A. M. Nalvlus. M. N4-wnnm, M. l'z1lme1', L. Perry, I. llu17O, Powell, E. l'uwL-ll, llI2il'g'Zll'Ut Puwm-ll, Mary Price, C. l'1'i1:c, M. l'1'iL'c, O. Purvis, M. Quzxrlus, J. Rabun. B. Rzulfnrrl, R. I ll lim-rl. H. llvvsu, M. lim-Yes, M. lllmclus, E. llivkcrson, A. M li-wwe, E. Rnwu, V. Sunrlurs, S. Snnnnnns, E. Scott, L. Sills, L. Sinnnons, E. Smith. E. Snrmw, Doris Sorrow, Dorothy Stzirnvs, D. St1'icklanLl, B. Storey, L. Sturnan, K. Suttnn, N. Vl'llOlH21S, C. Tlwnmpson, N. M. Tllnlnpslm, C. Thixpen, D. Trussul, E. M. Tucker, J. Tyson, L. Vsry, A. Vtley, E. Wzulllcy, VV. Wcatlmurs, D. Whitt, R. Wiggins, E. XVilll2ll1lSt'l1l, V. Willinggllam, S. Young, Marion Young, Mildred Youngblood, Betty Ynunpgblnorl, Betty Agee, M. ll ll Pugh, M. N. Andrews, A. Ragan, E. Anthony, E. Rapp, M. F. Ayeock, L. Dorn, F. Jolles, N. Rhodes, N. Baker, D. Dunaway, F. E. Kzlhrs, H. Rice, M. G. Blanchard, A. Eckert, H. E. Kelly, A. Rush, J. Boggus, J. Evans, P. J. Kelly, M. Rushing, C. M Bradley, M. Ewing, M. . Kerr, C. Sawilowsky, R Bugrex G. Garlow, D. Leonard, M. Sheftall, E. Caldwell, L. Glasser, L. R. Logan, H. Stanford. E. J Chavous, M. E. Godman, O. M. Lybrand, M. E. Suininerziu, D. Chuniley, A. Goode, G. Mzitheny, M. A. Sweat, M. Cluussen, A. Goodwin, Madeline McCoy, D. Thompson, D. Collier, B. A. Goodwin, Mary lllontgoniery, D. Timmons, M. Cook, F. Grammar, M. Morgan, C. Toole, G. Cfortadellas, M. Green, A. V. Norvell, K. Toothe, G. Daniel, R. Hale, J. Parr, D, W'eing'es, N. Darlingr, A. Hazard, H. Phillips, C. Welch, D. Dixon, V. Holley, D. Pitts, R. Woi-sham, D. Don-he, A. Howard, J. POSS, A. R. il -I , qw X Y HE X 55, 'SST5 g 'VF , 'A 1- " I -- . uf . C, V , f L 1. 1 . f X 'Mai " ' jwfs gwggff-" , 3 1 'Et 'fl E.. ' 5 A 5 fi ' :l ' X Q .3 Gi. ,ff + X' da z S1 'L 1, 'Q wig-Q5 A AV' 'if IJ, 4 4 Mx i E x, . , V 'Q 4' wr f :az '- f ' 1. . A ' ' 'LN '-11 1 lb... ling? his -' V 5 A fx - gf H .fx - gf, ,pf ,, 'N :E 3. -v.'mf1l3ff5 f'f "'1 Y -A 11 I ,f ' ,X . ,V .4 le ? mix l ' -" , 'V , ' . f U5t, US' U , ll l Xia 3x 3. ii . ""-Y -V, 47' ffflf V A V 1 C 'A fr. . . - 3 , , 31 r ..f - 'i' V? if . i i f V Wi wffvf? .-"wf1J'HTH. Ti? .V Y , ,fr .4 ' 31 Nw ,A -. ,av 5 Aw, gl .,fgQ.Jq. Y My-A 'Y-Y ,NI sg 'kj V1 :r..A4jf ? -lk. . Y, if - ,If Y !' 'z--ff A -:Og 'JZ' ',if.5.3 F 5" :fx ' 'Lf ff-H '4'!H X' .. ffmk. 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N .xg .V -. grin vlifimi r., ,.-+- ,Mx V hi Zag., , X .i -3' .. ' Y' lifwi X ? 1 5551 47 '- . ','1T.v . Q-5,3 ff ' iw ' f 'bgsgg-Q 7:f5gi.4fi-afgav, .E ' f ' 5 2 52- f It E I A'-- xT,.,,- wi il EIL 4 ' ' 1" If-" -...ff .--' L I -Q-,, '.-ff K'- R. .t A-,Z Yi E4 1 r .q , ' kb- Q .-vm--4, ,. A x - -- N, Qsvf'-ww-.,......B' " ' 4 -.A V , A Q? lm V Corinne Elliott 'K5-"' EWWZSEBN EQ 5' ,. Frances Capers I X V i ms ur Tun x faw HHSH Mac Peter W, fix X l Xkkgx .k MEN ! , E :xl 1 1 ima i V122 X xxx . 21? ' 15 ix 4 X 1 'fs .,,.-nn-.,, . 4, n 2 , 1 Aja X S, X K! 2 ss. N. Y x 1 . 1 ' . 5 My P f XC X Q N I gif " s wr- 4 . s 4 - . E I - 1 f . HE'-a UF TUI, HlN HHH H SCHOOL YEAR Warm September- Registrations 3 Can't remember- What translations! Gay October- Indian Summerg Late hours-bad marks- Growing dumber! Bleak November- Raindrops streamingg Long quiet evenings- Firelight dreaming. White December- Christmas shoppingg Must remember- Socks, ties, stockings. January- Happy New Year! QBroken Glasses- Roaring earfsyj February- Holidays! A dance-a romance- That certain age! Scampering March- Spring is here! Flowers blossom- Birds appear. Tearful April- Squashy rubbersg Drenching downpours- Sniffles-Snuffles. Smiling May- Faces gay! Examinations- Alterations. Blessed June- Vacation soon! Graduation- "Union Station !" Jerry Royal HL' mu Year , -fa Wm V1,Nf:.4 'IN L A J I VNV- . '4 ' 'fr-f -1 , xv. . -.2 ' . I. x , -., . ,, N. 'f ' 'MA ' ' , 3 f. , -1 :,V N . M .A , .,,, .41 . v V KN J 1 . W- K, M 1' " .?5"'E, Y P' 0 1-if wg? 4 E' f. tx . . '.7?5fffl1'QwifA - ' 'f"'ffe fhfiji AIT.-j , h x 'A : - . J M "W- - f -' 1' N ul v C-ik 3 .kk. f A X we - , v U v v 1 I XA 1 ' WU 4: I' K W. fa M., is 3' X 1' 6 6 - 9 . ,-'S' 'LL ...4 ,Ml X 'N 1 lr-. -f 1 .in nl, , ,--W3 X s .. V wiv ' 2 ' 1 XXW Na-.Q '.. 5 ,QM f", " X 6597 X QQ? C853 915 lb 15 '15 V U fl lf, X l 4, IP N qx'C"'JJ "N-53, , ,Q 1 If W pl 0 . R X ' '-A L 5 WWC 1 ,i 7 VF" x 5-Y f XX -u-. W, ..XXNp Ill MMHMMIM 515151515 UMBMMMH lil ummm I mamma! are I nr . ff' U ' ll I' . Ii ii"'1llllllllF 'Q' ' " --fl lr. 34---:f':-fe 1.gf- TU THMES Volume 50 Al'Gl'S'I'A. GA.. MAY 15. 1950 Number 712 Society Chatter t Gossip Around The Town Dedication b Chatterbox' -1 I -- - y l In celebration oi' the llth Miss Dorothy Palmer, chief The dedication ceremony T , - U 4 1 I , I I ' anniversity of the publishing' instructress in acronautics at for the new Will!! of Tulilllllll .l15'cflEM:1i:ix 1 of Tubman Times, the mem- the new Augusta airport, has High School will he held Fri- imq wturngl tg 'Mimi ht-1 tg, I be1's of the' staff compliment- just taken off in her airplane, day afternoon at three o'clock. ' 4 ' ' N K ed the original staff of the "Spirit of' Tubman". for an- Mr. T. H. Garrett will make redocorate the Croc-ker's mansion in Forest Hills. mansion is being: dune for Blanche and her which have overrun her other house. new This over t does Hollywood has sent news to I "Yours truly" that Erin ' Gresham, T. H. Sfs movie producer, has bought the i class of lf?-10 at a party whe1'e all the alumnae wei'c present. iHie'hlie'hts of the evening lwere Miss Mary Ellen Willets expoundine' lou-lly the fine qualities of Lucy von Sprec- ken's latest biogrraphy. "The Life And Works Of George Washine'ton"-Mildred' Howe screen rights to "The Adven-I tures of a Tubmanite" by! June Rupert, in which Martha i Ray will be starred in thel leading role. From the wilds of Africa Edith and Anne Wainwright, those' two world-famous ex- plorers, have returned to their native city, Augusta. They have brougrht back with them the only captured Panda in existence, since the other Panda died recently at the ripe apge of twelve years. From VVashineton. the re- port comes that the President has appointed Emmie Gibson .1 I t 1 l X X li ak, ' T47 lm" 1 ,ig-51 MELA" 5-I If at ' All If .. 7 ' 5, -3 , V L Millinery Modes by Murial Redel as Secretary of Treasury be- cause of her previous perfect- ed manner of handling money in her school clubs. Holly Renick, who is now touring' the country with her group of mannequins, is mak- ine' a personal appearance at the Municipal Auditorium. Her leading' models are An- nie Ruth Crozier and Lina Stephens. She has as head of the staff. dress designers Alice Grady and Frances Capers. The eminent author, Miss Edith Jenny, will give a lec- ture on her latest book, "TO BE, OR NOT TO BE", next Tuesday under the sponsor- ship ofthe VVoman's Club of Augusta. Mrs. van Ness du Pont is president of the Club. She will be remembered as the former Miss Elizabeth Young. x,.,.,.lff! ,... ....,.. fl Z9 .. 51419 .4 Dis", p I 4 A I ni 4 9' I, 5 meal? " H' ,.g,L - 4,1 I .vi ,' H lm :gig -1-5 If Tzu' ' . Il Antique Shoppe Proprietor Miss Julia Adams other cross-country flie'ht. Miss Palmer has won many prizes for her expert flying. In Augusta for the week- end' is Miss Sara Gatlin, who will make her screen debut in "Spitfire", at the Miller The- ater. A play as a sequel to "Gone XYith the Wind", - "Back With the Storm", featuring Miss Miriam YVheeler as Scar- let O'Hara has recently left Augusta for a prolone'ed tour. Misses Lynda Lazenby, Evelyn Mason, and Dorothy Norman are giving a demon- stration of the new electric stoves manufactured by Mil- dred Mims, Incorporated, at the new Tubman auditoriunr on lVednesday evening' at 8 o'clock. They will feature re- cipes by Mary Ann Mell and Edna Whaley. singing' the Tubman "Black And Gold" Land shhl- declicatory address before assembled students, facul- ty, aiid friends. He will intro- duce Miss Mae I'eterson, the Dean of M'omen uf the Junior College of Aue'usta. Miss Beulah Barber. representing' the Board of Education, will bring greetings from that body. The Tubman Glee Cluh, under the leadership of as- sistant music tcacher, Miss Blanche Crocker, will sing several selections. th e t he l f F 5 gli? I 43.111 I tit ' I I if :Wa lt' I . , swinging' it--Over in one cor- , '-'gf ner Miss Jane Mulherin. pro- g "N prietor of the Elite Dress ,':i5,-33,1 ly Shoppe, modeling' one of her f,f,i-7,"ii'hi 'R own simple but oh-so-chick - it creations--Mary McElmur- - , if ray convulsing' the whole A '11, party with her comments 1j3?,L3i'5 lx and jokes on the Euro- ' pean situation. - Miss - f Burdie Fowler a new Lx r' V-9"'. Q member of the i,e"?45i' 2. ' Tubman facul- Q x -g ty munching f x' . -,QEQ11 'iE,g,sg daintily on the gfidcqg 1' ' . Q " lleliwcies ful" 4' nished py Au- V: ,sg 3 g'usta's leading - ,P i'-. -' " " '21 'sg-' caterer M i s s - Ina Prescott. Elite Dress Shoppe Proprietor, Miss Jane Mulherin LAST WILL ANU TESTAMENT WE, THE TUBMAN GRADUATES of 1940, being of unsound and indispos- ing mind and memory, do hereby make, declare, and publish this last will and testament: ,Q , h , A Item I. Vi e, the senior biology students, do hereby bequeath to Made- : tx moiselle Page all our empty ink bottles, so that she may pound with them on gd her desk for order without disastrous consequences. Also, in a further effort to to promote peace and harmony in Miss Comey's classes Qwithout the injurious effects to her vocal cords caused by raising her voice to a high pitchl, we, the Seniors, bequeath a special fund with which she may purchase a mega- phone, of the kind commonly used by the A. R. C. cheer leaders, to pre- serve the aforesaid voice-. H Item II. We, the Senior B's, leave to Miss Dora a supply of ant-ex- Iv -is t terminator to rid the school of any of the so-called "pests," on the condition that she leave unmolested the termites in Room 10 which we so sor- rowfully left in our Freshman year, and which we now intrust to the care of the Junior B's in hopes that they will feed and cherish our said termites as we have up to this time. Item III. To Carolyn Michel, Katherine Ann ! ff Edeibiur, and Cynthia Sheftall, we, Neville Cumming, g"fflj-1f.f2i5",f:ivf Ida Hall White, and Olive Cranston do bequeath our I lunch boxes - respectively red, green, and blue - to Q: , make use of them as they may judge fitting and proper 5 is ' :Xi for such beloved possessions. mi j I-34 Item IV. I, Pansy Neal, do bestow upon Olga Baker my inimitable stride, in hopes that the latter may get to F A classes on time in the future. Item V. I, Earline Rogers do leave my deceptive appearance of com- wr plete innocence to Helen Elliott, so that henceforth Helen will not be -jf?QL blamed for all the talking in the library. :ff AQ Item vi, 1, Dorothy Ellison, do bequeath my b carefully selected collection of lipsticks to Jeanette Farr P' W: ll. ' 4 F lwith the said collection accompanied by a sign "Fresh ..",' 5 'Y . Paint" to be worn by the latterl g and I leave my mir- , Hill? ' ' ror to Frankie Lanier so that in the future she will not r 'Egfr I be forced to borrow one. fEditor's Note: Beauty may fx be only skin deep, but we Tubmanites believe in help- 461' ing Mother Nature along a littlel. Item VII. I, Emily Greene, do hereby bestow my job of changing the water of Miss Comey's ivy and that of annihilating worms destructive to the same to Alice Adams, who, if it be possible may be able to learn to perform this duty with pleasing results. Item VIII. I,HaZ01Edmu11dS,d01eave my "stilts", and also my nickname "Beanpole", to Elizabeth Hurst so that the latter may, in time to come see over Anne Skelton's head. Item IX. I, Sarah Bond, being of a very quiet, mouselike disposition. and knowing of Louise Torpin's habit of chattering incessantly like a magpie, for her benefit hereby forsake my bacl seat. in Room 21 so that she may talk unperceived by those who are wont to interrupt such pro- ceedings. Item X. I, Dot Howe, do leave my athletic ability to the whole of the Junior Class, in hopes that they will continue to preserve their reputation as champions. Item XI. In order to create a Tubmanite who will be "perfect" in the estimation of all students and a "perfect terror" in the opinion of the teachers, several Seniors 'voluntarily contribute their outstanding accomplishments to a fund, which is available to anyone brave enough and foolish enough to take it. Said contributions follow: 15 Marian Bell's ability to chew gum loudly and efficiently, said chewing being accompanied by indispensable popping of said gum. . Gia! .. 2214+ . 5 N' 3 4 PHY wi' - "Wil if " A? rg.: - ' fs We viii! .p f 'gi -,, 3 Q. . .gfgfgfi 'L B f - Y-19,5 X a f iw ,A , f il1'3ie""'z5,.o 5 Q' and 5 'ws,NA.-'Q' W J: K2 Q ' :fr ig., Q-5. her 25 Corinne Elliott's skill at applying make-up in class without "gettin' caught" by the teacher. 35 Christine Brown's capability to file her fingernails, talk, and attention-all at the same time. 45 Evelyn Andrew's speed at combing her hair in the library. 55 Frances Whitley's incomprehensible habit of never studying always passing. 65 Priscilla Pappas' inclination to wear her shirt-tails outside skirt. 75 Bettie Timmerman's habit of coming late to class. 85 Martha Templeton's and Ruth Taylor's knack of making unnecessary and unwanted noises. Item XII. Now, in a more serious trend of thought, in the interest of improv- ing Tubman, we hereby leave these suggestions, with a sincere hope that our suc- .3 'E' cessors will strive to make them not mere suggestions, but realities. For the sake . Eli of those who inhabit the lunch room, we recommend a bell that can be heard in that if 5 building. More important is a good lighting system CIt's no. wonder so many girls . 4? wear glasses5. And last but not least, with the backing of one of the faculty, we 5 I venture to recommend Venetian blinds for all rooms-a fine, if impractical, sug- gestion. x Signed, sworn to, sealed, and delivered before us this twenty-third day of Jan- uary, 1940 A. D. Witnesses: X X X EDITH JENNY, tDora, Mattie, Alex5 SARA GATLIN. Blessings on thee, Tubman High School in which I work and sigh Try and hope and work and pray That I make B plus or Ag When a test comes, my heart sinks, My empty brain is full of kinks, Although I've studied up till six, The knowledge in my head is nix! How I wish that it could be An hour away-I would be free! But in spite of all this agony- And it is great-this I will say: Blessings on thee, Tubman High When at last I say goodbye, And leave these halls which once were mine, Which will forever my heart bind, In my heart there'll be a pang As I leave my gay old gang, Forget my history and math And days of , "Got her autograph l' For of many years as maid or wife, You own the happiest of my lifeg I'll ll8'Q1' forget you, Tubman High Y 1 And though aloud I say, "Goodbye," In my heart you'll always be A school of fondest memory. Marcia Mc'Cathern. 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' ff y:.5gF5, lm: " A1 ,.,E5svbmmL1W"""" ,., 1-5 "- 43 5 5 K 'K' ' 4 .--H ..,.,,, g,:- - M - . 14 r 1 :HCT is.: . ,Sf Q3 . Q-l:'l:'i. A'-17 F ,LY AX .. ,f 'ag F A C U LTY ADVISERS Miss Mabel Bylml Miss Bertha Carswell Miss Mary Evans Miss Mary Gilliland Miss Betty Jones Miss 'Wlazirls and an -fllillln HHH Stuff in -Flfllllll lie-tty Fleming. Editorsin-chief S I if Susie Lzuigfoul They proof read It They snap school life for It N i l He prints It They sketch for lt They lend their ideas to It Erlitor-in-Cliiot' ,..,. ,, .,,.,. BL-tty Fleming Business Mzmzigii , Dolores Shms-rliiig' Art .,A, Athletic Jokes Literary ,,,,, Picture EDITORS Bobbie Lanstlell Dot Howe Mary llrICEll1lLll'l'2ly Edith Jenny Martha van Deusen Ann Creamer Joan Davidson Betty Dicks Sara Gatlin Harriet Hazard Elizabeth Hurst Bertha Lee Sally Martin MEMBERS Dolores Shmerlina business NI lnxger Marcia lVIeCathern Myra Midmlleton Jerry Royal Cynthia Sheftall Betty Smith Allene Sumner Christine Thompson Louise Toi-pin They "root" for It He gives an ad for It He takes plctures for It All the students, teachers, and the principal are considered members of the Student Council Associa- tion. However, the council itself consists of one repre- sentative from each room with an alternate to serve in her absence, representatives from each school or- ganization, and two faculty advisers appointed by the principal. The Student Patrol which keeps order in the halls, library, and assembly, is also under the super- vision of the Council. The purposes of the Student Council are to develop in the students an appreciation of honesty, to foster sentiment in law and order, to aid in the administra- tion ot' Tuloman, to promote in all ways the best in- terests oi' the school, and to assist student activities in general. .qtucfenzt IIUUNIIIL OFFICERS MAE PETERSON President MAC CHRISTIAN Vice-President BETTY DICKS Secretary-Treasurer IDA HALL WHITE Captain of Student Patrol MISS STRAUSS MISS WALKER Faculty Representatrves MEMBERS Guren, Phyllis Heins, Ann Hiller, Nell Holmes, Betty Howard, Edna Eva Howard, Madelyn Livingston, Gloria M CEll11ll1'1'3y , M a ry Merritt, Elizabeth Muntgmnery, Dorothy Mulvay, Edith Renew, Gladys Roberts, Edna Rnbeltson, Ruth Sheftull, Cynthia Sheftall, Emily Sizemore, Dorothy Smith, Virginia Torpin, Louise Tucker, Jean Whaley, Edna Wheeler, Miriam Wiilliains. Elizabeth VVm'tlnun, Edna XY0llllLL'lJlOlNl, Betty AM GUS 2 A FACULTY ADVISERS Miss Brisendine Miss Lombard A1'i'inQ'ton, Louise Christian, Mary Cuminingr, Neville Daniel, Clayton Daniel, Harriette Daniel, Rosalyn Davirlson, Joan Halcly, Nancy Howe, Dot Kahrs, Hufriet Lee, Bertha MEMBERS Mubley, Carolyn Rezul, Ruth Rlimles, Evelyn Royal, Jerry Shields, Alice Skelton, Anne Tuole, Mzu'g'ue1'ite Vaughn, Rozzie W'hite, lfla Hall White, lVIui'grzu'et Wiengres, Martha Q..- nf'-ff, Q , ' " J OFFICERS President ....AAAA AA ..AA . ., .,....... ... . Vice-President ,AA.A. Secretary .....,...,.,,,......, ,, . Treasurer A,.. AA..Q...,.,.......,,,, , Manager of Point System A,,... The Athletic Association consists of six mem- bers from the Senior, Junior, and Sophomore classes, respectively, and three members from the Freshman class. In order to become a member. one must show interest in athletic activities by participating in them. Good sportsmanship is required. Any girl carrying a full schedule and having no conditions in any subject is eligible for office in the Association. The object. of the Association is to promote interest in gymnastics, athletics, and all-round sportsmanship. lkji. Nix 4-,.'1., il Q X 'lj-SEL: ic Axnciatiun so Rozzie Vaughn Margaret White Marguerite Toole Ida Hall White Anne Skelton 7 I '.n 0 I x.. 7 f e if , S ldIll1JS wif' if i if X? ,. - N 1 A -WJ- ing, p , ,.- iii -F V Junior Basketball Team bophomore Biseball Teim SL ..".':: : xjzzcl' iz.-P.: : Junior Volley Ball Team ii Sophomore Ring Tennis Team 9- C I F. 4 3 N, fx F r K 'gk President ....... Vice-President Secretary .,,... . Treasurel' .,A. . Director Ae 7762 CLUB Blanche Crocker Cynthia Sheftall Neville Cumming Carolyn Mobley Miss Halbert Ap-lee, Elizaljwtli Allains, Alice Aslains. Julia Bailey, Milclreil Barrentine. Bobby Blackstone, Mary Alice Bluinke, Aline Bond. Sarah Carswell, Emily Carswell, Hilda Chaney, Viola Christian, Mae Christian, Mary Crocker, Blanche i ' l !3. - Q' : Y, px '-2 -i 'ff , P Q : .Q ar is,j',,- F, N ff' i 5 E-i,5g,.- l v' ,,.,, gf L, , li I' ll:- , 1 lf 5 if 2- 1 ,g V 1 ',,, -f" " iff. MEMBERS r'iiinining'. Neville llixon, Virginia llorn, Maieia Elliott, Pat Ellison, ll--iwitliy Farli-W, Dwutliy l7e1'g1'Llsuii. Doris I"ortsnn. l'atherine Gary, llillllll' Gatlin, Sara Glasser, Leah Rose G iiiv clwin, Ruth Graininer, Margaret Green. Elease Guillebeau. Sarah Hamilton, Mary Margaret Harlingh Katherine Harwell, Charlotte Hatcher. Mary Burke Ivey. Margaret Jackson. Betty Jaekson, Clara Belle Kirkland, Frankie lili-in, Shirley Nlelfflinurray, Mary M. lvley. Fzximlyii Morgan, l'arolyne Moye, Elizabeth Murray. Huluy Xorinan, lloiwitliy Plane, Sarah Poplqin. Hillla Pound, Jane Ray, Martha Rhodes, Jean Rhoiles, Nelda Sheftall. Cynthia Sheftall, Emily Skelton, Anne Stephens, Lina Sweat, Marian Terry, Dorothy ran Deusen, Martha Vaughn. Rozzie Westbrook, Iris ll'hite. Margaret VRESIIJIHINT .I . x b, Lucy vnu Spl'L'k'kL'l1 0 f X fl gy ii VICPJ-lffmslm:N'1's F Q VZ Z 5 4 :Q is QU K Maw Pe-tewull Beulah Bzlrbur Sara frlltllll SEl'RE'I'AIQY Emmic Gibson 'I'liHASUHl'lR P'lZlHL'L'S Vapors 'AClTI,'l'Y AIDYIS Miss Millvl' MEMBERS Amlums, lhmvtlly Allguod. Bvtiy Amin-1'slm, lluris X Bl1l'bL'l', Bvlllilh '4-if Canmm, Erin , x 54353 x ,I 3411-12"-x x, C12llW0l'S, Fram-c's I 1 if 4' X .V . 2' Sri ,W 4. ' Gutlm, Sam 2,3 fYf"?'i" 'gjksj W W, 1 -A - - WwC6W3f5'wUx 'L ffllmm, IXINIIIIU -+ f.,,.LJ,53Li X sw 'Lrg X . . , X--v - ,'k1T"' L K II1g'g'ms, 1 laura' - mwzml, lcmglly.-11. 5731, A . 3" I " fi' bi- x NIcP.ln1L11'l'uy, Mary , 1-:F ,V ' X Ixl'L'SL'Hll, Inn fy I ff' X I'c-tcrson, Mau' f" ' 1 .X ,.""" xv '-. 'K " Hlmdm-s, ICV1-lyn v., 'sy K .f.- K Hoszummrl, llulh XX 2 SL'zlLl"'. I"lul':l 'X'- Skillllvll l'zltlwl'im- ,S Stl-inck. Alma vun SIll'CL'kl'll, Luuy .- J' l KJFQY? ,ji ' Gills' Q' , 11, L ' .7 1 257535 ' ' B ':3i3'f, . n,:f:.f5 5 - ' , . , gig?---N1j'f.i? ,. gffglf' W ZL 1 3' . 'F , 475 ' I 4 x Q' fel: 1--4 M I f ew 2 as if f 5' iifi 1 ,S x .YQ E . 6: . ., . ..f,, ,. 1. fri -. ' 'j:., X: f"'i, , 1 M' bl- Aj 'w-.1 Praeses , ..,v,, ee Praeses-Vice . Y, Scriba .....,.,4. Praeceptrix r-H. ' JF!! MEMBERS Crocker, Blanche Cumming, Neville Fleming. Betty Holmes. Betty Jenny, Edith Mathews, Sara Shmei-ling. Doloxes Stanford, Guila Van Deusen, Martha Vaughn, Rozzie Vl'heele1', Betty XVhite, Ida Hall Ya, T ,I ' Dolores Shmerling Blanche Cmcker Betty Fleming Miss Dora Hains i if ance I, 0FF1CERS President .... ..,..., ..,.,.........................,. B o bby Barrentine Vice-President , A...., Secretary ,,,,,,...... Beulah Barber A. A. Neville Cumming Director ,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, B Iiss Elna Lombard MEMBERS Barber, Beulah Barrentine Bobby Christian, Mac Chiistian, Mary Cumming, Neville Hardy, Mary Nancy Heins, Ann Knapp, Louise Martin, Sally Middleton, Patience Mobley, Carolyn Peterson, Mae Prescott, Ina Rhodes, Evelyn Rhodes, Jean Silver, Jane Toole, Marguerite White, Margaret 'LHB i wmfff U L U ll OFFICERS President ..,.,.,..... .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,, Neville Cumming Vice-President ...,,,,,,.,, , ,, Bt-tty Fleming Secretaiy-Treasurer ,,,.,.,A Carolyn Mit-hel Direvtor ........,,,,.....,.. ,. , Miss Ann Braddy Manager ,...,,, .,....,,,............ . Y,,, Miss Ruth McAuliffe MEMBERS Adams, Julia Adams, Lou Barrentine, Bobby Beneteau Mary Blitchington, Betty Buck, Barbara Claussen, Ann Cleckley, Mary Cloud, Marjorie Collier, Barbara Cranston, Olive Cumming, Neville Duncan, YVilda F31'll1XY, Durofliy Fleming. Betty Gatlin. Sara Glasser, Leah Rost- Sue Grammer, Margaret Grill! Hamilton Hamilton, Mary Blillgkllflt Hardy. Mary Nancy Hazard, Harriet, Henderson, Leila Pearl Hurst, Elizabeth Ivey, Margaret Lansdell, Bobbie Edelblut, Katherine Ann Martin, Sally McCathern, Marcia Mills, Mildred Michel. Carolyn Norvell, Katherine Parr, Dorothy Plane. Sara Phillips, Catherine Popkin. Hilda Pugh, Martha Xt-ll Rose. Elizabeth Royal, Jerry Rush, Joelle Sheftall. Cynthia Shmei-ling, Dolores M4 g .Xf Slusky, Leona Jane Sanders, Sydney Skelton. Anne Smalley, Elizabeth Smith, Denese Stanford, Guila Towle, Grace Toole. Marguerite yan Deusen, Martha Wienges, Martha White, Ida Hall M'hite. ilIi11'Q,'2l1'9lZ Wooddall. Frances Wright, Gloria Ou tmf fil W1 .if ew, -fr Z Ull if LN f .,, il x . - . - !3'1"f 1 A -42.5 'A ii 1 l f ng, I-Fw ' W ' S V g"' M j v',:ig,,A-' bl ,A .'?fg+3' :1-f ,Q , ldfli , ,ra 1 yi pi " fl 1 ,' in J ., X" ,E .A , , 1,-' , ,. 1.3, H-ff, ,- I if N, 45 w2ff.',-filw fi , -tw. wx, " 3: lf, J"P'M"" ' W fb- x Fl' '. - I Egg -:S ' , 1 2 593335-,'. 1-+fffHff.f"fff c 1 ? F 125 , , gig ' V 1 .,. li ff'-if If V 6 'i X if 'Pe- mg- ' 5 fillli. OFFICERS President , . .. Vice-President . ,, .... Secretary-Treasurer Vaeulty Adviser ,, , Fleming, Ann Fleming, Betty Gary, Maude Gatlin, Sara Hurst, Elizabeth Barber, Beulah Burt, Phyllis Capers, Frances Crneker. Blanche Cumnring. Neville Edelblut, Katherine Fiske, Margaret Jenny, Edith Janresun, Virginia MEMBERS Knapp, Louise Martin, Sally McCathern. Marcin Meese. Nell Michel, Carolyn Murris, Susan Peterson, Mae , S Phyllis Burt Frances Capers Edith Jenny Ray. Martha Royal, Jerry Sheftall, Cynthia Shnierling, Dnlules Smith, Betty Stanfurd, Guila Stulb, Cecile Miss Byrd Tankersley, Jackie Yan Deusen, Martha Vaughn, Rozzie Wheeler, Betty White, Ida Hall lVhittle, Lillian Weoddall, Frances TU HM Pl N Tl Nl EH Srlmul . vwspapvr' Mks 3 Ll -' ' ' Faculty Aclvist-i's ,,,, fl UNI LW V 4 Bliss Mililrwl von lxanip Etlitoi'-in-Cliiuf , ,, , , ,, , Bt-tty lX'llQL'lL'l' A Lite1'a1'y Eflitoi , , Btftty Fleming ' fx ,,a ilk Business Bllillllgfl' ..,,, , Phyllis Burt l Ass istzint Busins-ss Blaiiagci' , . ..,. Betty Smith ' Circulating' Eclitoi ,,,, ,,,,, . , ,,,,,,, Bt-tty Holmes , Assistant Circulating Editor ,, , , , ,,.AllL-ne Sumner Treasuiel' ,,,, , ,, ,,,, .Betty Timmerman Proof Readers ...... . ,, ,.Elizz1bPth Young' Julia Ailains Reporters: . ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,, , , , ....,. Ann Cl'Q2llllCl' REPORTERS Ann Creaniei' Dot Hi-we Marg-iieritc Toole Joan Davidson Louise Knapp Louise Turpin Bobby Hamilton Emily Sheftall Iila Hall White Alice Shields ll f1Il'l lleserve: Director ,,,,.,,,,, ....Y A Mrs. Gregg Parker WE GIRL RESERVES Each year after school opens, we, the Girl Reserves, junior members of the YWCA, entertain with a tea, at which future Girl Reserves may register. This is the beginning of a series of lively meetings, animated discussions, fascinating interest-groups, and enjoyable sociables. The meetings are presided over by our president. After business has been dis- posed of, our leader brings up a thought-provoking topic for discussiong and the girls launch forth into an earnest, impromptu debate. Afterwards, if the point is not too hotly contested, we disperse and enthusiastically go to our several interest-groups. First-aid, Nature-study, Handicraft, Dra- matics, Photography. and Etiquette are typical of the courses offered. At intervals, -we organize dances, hikes, banquets, and swimming parties. which are greatly enjoyed by everyone. Toward the end of the year, two outstanding girls are selected to go to a conference, which is attended by Girl Reserves from all over the country. They come back brimful of new plans and ideas. Every spring we spend a carefree week-end at Camp Kiwanis. Several teachers go along. During the day we may enjoy swimming, canoeing, archery. picnicking, volley ball, soft-ball, and ring tennis. At night we gather around the camp-fire and tell stories or sing. Oh. yes! We Girl Reserves have fun! lr 'B 1.-V Views Wind in the Southern Pines" Softly blows the wind through yonder trees, Wind in the Southern Pinesg Sings and whistles so merrily free, Wind in the Southern Pinesg Though I go away and ne'er return For many and many a year, My heart will always continue to yearn For the sound I love to hear, The Wind in the Southern Pines. Can one who has heard it ever forget The Wind in the Southern Pines. Or can he help feeling he owes a debt To the Wind in the Southern Pines? For this song so free Says to you and me, "Come back, come back, and listen to me, The Wind in the Southern Pines. I moan and cry when you are glad, I Whistle or chatter, suit every mood, I'm the friendliest tree in any woodg Come back, come back, and listen to me The Wind in the Southern pines." Marcia McCathern. High Tide The sea is rough with mighty waves Flowing .and crashing as they form and break Pounding the sea wall's boulders and staves Dashing the sands till the earth seems to shake. Sometimes, in envy, one resents That this force, to man's aid, can't be applied But I think perhaps the Elements Glory in their greatness of high tide. Leah Rose Glasser 'NN A I 1 ,- -.. iz.. KT 2 94- ,, 4 4,- .mfs .V ,..-1 I . ,nl -1333 Rf' n f. - 1 vw.-' ,L . ,,, A su, -sea' V' Huis Q, . Iv Z Z' qv- J.. as we 1+ 5: -N A 1 Y K4 V: VL' .P Y.. :if t 1 I ,X ,,p- N., B ' ?' ,ff ' -7 1 j .f :X 11 " B V X ' .0 'f if X L Z, .f J X. , . nh' , it ,- x 'V+ is Aihwl , W fl Y Q ii.. " ws x 'l ,N vt Q 3 -gf. T' il X' T L' 3 ii ii i ravi, ,VL L- tnf -11 .-3' , s . .N '. Q Four Steps ,J ,Q i.,.,Q.,? Freshman, f ti Frightened, bewildered! We entered these halls with hearts full of fear , Ig For we didn't know what was coming this year. fi M We didn't fit ing our schedules were wrong, im if? ,e- W ,Q .1 " 4, ,Q L' J 5 I -wx 5' fii"2in 'N I Y .5 . V. 1. , . SYN' :Q fp., 1 A 1 .rf I af- N, ,ag X .1 it rj- X- ff: I "' 'W' "ff'x:. .Z .Nl 'sig 1 W 'V 'X 1 1-1 wt if ' F f'97"L11.- 'A ry 't it But. by the end of the term we were going strong. Sophomores, Sophisticated, confident! We were certain that we knew it all From modern times back to Caesar's fall. Our pathway before us lay bright And stretched away before our sight. Juniors, Jolly, Carefree! Our troubles now trailed behind And the future we put from our mind, We were smart and lazy, so to speak, For on some things we were quite weak. Seniors, Silly, sensitive! We studiedg we workedg we played For passing marks must still be made, S0 graduation we can gain. Nevertheless, We wish we were freshman again. Sara Gatlin. -f .7 v L "A i'kii'i "5-gk fit., 'A ' ' i2'i'?f4f " .ff S231 .iffteef W V? "it fig- t ix 3 I :vis , i E F5 l if-gk, V, Y. if fi alhgg, ji kk! .N V.',,, .lv-' N, fix' Qi? 1' F' ,- -F ' F E., 3:34 N its , S dqsj., i . M' 2' 2 + M sf 5, J X ' if 1 'J'-Still ,V X-fi 1 , K wxkxyglf' if " wwf. f AE f ' , L Tl.. X , jffvl -2,13 qlsnzi ' " .:i. .,.. if 1. J',h:w"' Dreclmlnq Amid the flowers and the birds, Illingled with sweet summer's br I like to sit and dream away 'Neath the old pine trees. As I sit alone and dream, One single thought comes to me. It is that I could sail along On a never-ending sea. I think of the things I might do, The lands that I might seeg I even imagine a majestic ship Whose captain I would be. But even as my thoughts sail on, Roaming the churning blue sea, I hear a voice-a call- EVQZC, And I'm brought back...to reality! Betty Smith. Dreominq LAS a Tubman girl would wr Among my books and classmates Seated at my desk in the room, I like to sit by the window And watch the flowers in bloom. As I gaze upon the ilateposts, One thought comes to my mindg It is that I could live in a world Where no schools could I find. I think of all the things I might do And places that I might go- Everywhere. from the tropics. To Alaska and the snow! ite But just as I "dreamed" the class thiou li In a world that is never to be, The bell rings! It is Friday! This is reality! Betty Smith 'Q X -. ' x X Q X il 1 5 S?"-E. E i3"f',f2' 1 1525. lf gy! if" . 92422 ' . ' 3: ' ,fy ,f L .il 251.5-if , , Ay, 1 Q,-si. , F. Q7-lg. .,52tQ.-Es . . l - 'If QPQ ,z k -ul A --,L 4-al i? vii . 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The laws of the United States do not allow a man but one wife. This is called' monotony. COMPLIMENTS OF GARDELLEYS 702 Broad KINGS WAY PHARMACY 2113 Kings Way COLLEGE PHARMACY 1801 Walton Way 1411...-.u.1 1 1.1-..1 1.1-I---.-1---.m1n-.1u.1u.1-.-.1I-1,11m-1 .viv 1 .... 1 1L,. 1.,.1 .,,. 1.,,.1.,.,1..f.1..--1,.!. I ! I COMPLIMENTS OF I I I i 1 M11,LEH I f IMPERIAL, MODJESKA I RIALTO and DHEAMLAND I THEATRES I I 4...-..I...,.-...-..I-........-..-..-...-..-..,-...-...- -....--.-..-..-..-....-...- ------ ..--4. Teacherzz "Martha, give the principal parts of the vcrb, 'ASXVIHI Martha: "Swim, swam, swumf' Teacher: "GoocI. Now give the principal parts uf the Vorb, 'Dim' Martha: "Teacher, I'cl rather not." -!---u-- ----u1-.-n1--1.-1..1..1..-...1.. 1111 ..1 1 1.1 1 1..1..1 1..-1 -----as ! I I I COMPLIMENTS OF MERRY BRUS. BRIEK 81 TILE EUMPANY i T 3 - I FHCING BRICK I i COMMON BRICK I I sTRUCTURAL'HLE I ' i I , 41 YEARS COURTESY, CAPACITY AND SERVICE I I : 415-419 Masonic Bldg. Augusta. Ga. I I .g..-...-.. ----..----.---........... .-..-.,g. 1 14,1 1 1m.1.,.1 1,,.1,..,1lln1..1 1,..1...1...1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ..,,1.n1nu1n-1,..1-I1..1..U1.,-.,,.1..1.,1,1,...1.-1M1..1nu1n-1n-1..1..1..-..-1-I An astute boy little boy was asked the other day what was meant by ins of omission" and he responded without any pause 01' hesitation: "The sins we have forgotten to commit." 1 I I Ak 'NZFX .cs 9 A '- S' C CONGRATULATIONS FROM Augustds Favorite Store Sm 1.1 1.-1'-1ul1..-11.1.-10.1-.1.1-.1-.1-.1..-...1..1..1..1.. COMPLIMENTS OF THE OFFICIALS OF RICHMOND COUNTY Judge A. L. Franklin Judge of Superior Court Judge Gordon W. Chambers Judge of City Court Judge Joseph E. Bryson Judge of Municipal Court Sheriff Gary M. XVhittle Sheriff of Richmond County Mr. W. Inman Curry Solicitor of City Court Mr. George Hains Sllicitor of Superior Court Mr. Daniel J. O'COI1IlO1' Clerk of Court 1. 1n1 111111-111-11.1.1 A teacher called for brief essays on "The funniest thing I ever sau One girl got through several minutes before the others, and the teacher a lt ed to see her effort. On her paper was written, "The funniest thing I ex ei saw was too funny for words." 1..1...-..1..1.1 1.1 1 1.11 1 1 1 1 COMPLIMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING AUGUSTA ATTORNEYS John L. Chambers Henry T. Chance, Jr. Schuyler W. Clark G. R. Coffin Sam F. Garlington Hammond, Kennedy 8: Yow Hull, Barrett, Willingham Sz Towill Albert G. Ingram Lee, Congdon Sz Fulcher N. M. Reynolds 1, -1 -1 - -1-- -1 - 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1..1.1.1. 1..-..1..1..1 1 1 1.1 This Page Made Possible Through the Courtesy of . DR. R. E. ANDERSON DR. W. R. BEDINGFIELD DR. R. I. BRYSON DR. EDWARD CLARK DR. W. J. CRANSTON DR. A. A. DAVIDSON DR. SAM W. FENNELL DR. H. W. HANKINSON DR. S. J. LEWIS DR. .IOHN E. MARRIOTT DR. R. C. McGAHEE DR. JOHN S. PLAXCO DR. R. L. RHODES DRS. F. L. LEE 8: R. B. WEEKS DR. D. M. SILVER COMPLIMENTS OF The Augusta Clearing House Association Georgia Railroad Bank 8z Trust Company Citizens 81 Southern National Bank National Exchange Bank Uptown Branch Georgia Railroad Bank 8: Trust Company Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Cop: "VVho was driving when you hit that car?" Stupid ftriumphantlyjz "None of usg we were all in the back seat." Teacher trapping' on deskl: "Order". Entire Class: "Coke". in.-.u1n.-ul 1...-.u1..1 .. -. .1 .-. .. .. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ..... -. COMPLIMENTS OF Sears, Roebuck 81 Company "Augusra's Fastest Growing Department Store" Corner Broad and Albion Ave. on Herald Square - - ... .g.-.......-. - -.- - - - - - - -..-.+ E Q BROAD AT Nth STREET BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS "Where Smart People Meet ROADS AND REVENUE Smart Fashions Richmond County, Ga. EVENING GOWNS ! l u f I - Rudolph P. Mayo, Chairman Fox Pxomm, Dancing oi l Edwin C. Melting Parties ! Frank R. Miles STREET c1,o'rHEs Q Q Frank H- HOOPQI' For All Occamons l J. Bland Goodwin COTTON FROCKS AND 1 l VVillia1n H. Sherman, Clerk BEACH WEAR f l For Play or Traveling i I I .....- -..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.H-..-..-.i. .g......-..-.-....... ...- - - .- In French Class The imperfect tense in French is used to express a. future action in past time which does not take place at all. The moon is H1016 important than the sun because it shines at night when it is needed. ..1.---.1--1-.- -...-n- 1 .- .-..--.-if-at a!n-n1--- 1 1. 1 1 1 1.1 ....... -...1 Q !. Q ! TUBMAN HIGH i Lincoln Lincoln Zephyr SENIOR RINGS 2 Mercury, For any graduation year can I ' ' be supplied by- '-60" Zz! "85- l l-I. P. I-I. P. Herff Jones Co. - 3 We also have- Proved in the Past "C0LLEGIATE" 5 Improved in the Future Caps 8: Gowns - Q WALKER-DURANT CLINT W. LEE CO. . MOTQR CO Diplomas . Phone 2-5371 - Broad at 14th St. H. S. Canfield, Representative 1560 Decatur Rd. Atlanta, Ga Augusta' Ga' F 1 Q i --n-un--o-uni--1 - 1-1-1 - --1...-ul. dui.. 11111 1 1 -- - 1 1-1.--+ 1111.-111111-111:-. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1....1.,.1f...-.. 1.1 .... 1.1 1 1,1 ....m1....1.. For refreshment 'gSf7?f"'fi: at home ' X lip, im' THE six- Y 3 5 BOTTLE CARTON 'Q Q E il jj Plus deposit Q5 ii i -Qufujfa god-aff farting gomjadrzjf Useless Miss Langford ffinishing' long algebra problumv: "And we find X equals zero". Sophomore: "All that work for nothing". ! ! Z l 1 ! . . . . i Beorgla-Carolina Baines 927 Walker Street COMPLIMENTS Augusta Ga. OF I I I g 5 COMPLIMENTS OF The Clhg Council Q sanckenfs i ICE CREAM and MILK of Augusta E L Visitors are Cordially Invited to I 2 Visit at any time Our Certified , Dairy, Old Savannah Road. !l -1-+ I? 1'-ll--I 1-1- 1111 -1 H1 -.1.-1n- 1.,.111111111111111111111111111 1un1 1 1un1 1 1 1.111 u1m-1 1uu1nu1 1un1 1 11111111.11 1 1 1 1....1.. -...1 1 -un-un1nn-nu11.11.nn1un1mi1mi--nn1nn1uu1.m..- 11.n1un1un1nn-im-mi.-nn1nn1u1n.-up-m11un1n -1- --+ Compliments of QUGUSTH LUMBEP1 CQ. Georgia-Carolina Warehouse 81 Compress Eu. AUGUSTA. GEORGIA STORAGE CAPACITY 100.000 BALES LANSING B. LEE, J. L. BARTLEY, President Vice-President 81 Treasurer Mary: "Now, Mother, get this straight: If Harry comes, telephone Jack that I can't meet him because I've got an appointment with George." Husband: "My wife has a queer way of getting' even with the telephone company. She uses my car to knock down their poles." ..,.n.. -,.....-..,.- .. .. .... ...n.-.-..-..--.--!- -g--H.-in-M..- - - - - .. .. - - -..,-. Q Q Q Q COME IN, GIRLS! ALLBURN COAL - AIC COKE , Patronize J' B' WHITE S Augusta Ice 6' Coal JUNIUP. SHUP Cgmpany i AUGUSTA, GA. IS HEADQUARTERS FOR THE YOUNGER CROWD! i HOME INDUSTRY The kind of things you'll adore Wearing, in your size- 11, 13, 15 and 16 Cold Alone Is Not Enough I ! l 1 l ! 1.1.1-n -1-------- un-an-nfs llllllll 1-1-1111--1 H111- nu1n M111 5 -i- '53 2 I -1- l -1- 'S' ..- 1,.1u1.q.1nu1u-.nn-. 1 -. -. Feedright Milling Company AUGUSTA, esosem "Your Friends Forever" Cen fra! Garden Florist Augusta's Flowers Since 1869 Cordially invites you to visit our new shop MR. AND MRS. N. C. ANDERSON MRS. JAMES GARDINER -:- MISS ANNE ANDERSON gi0-..-u1u1..1n.....1.,1nu1u1-n, 101-ui .-11ul-.-1.-1,,1..1u1n-1.-Ilia.. Professor: "Didn't you have a brother in the class last year? Student: No sir. It was I. I'm taking it over." Professor: "Extraordinary resemblance". .. -..-..-. - -..-.... -..- -..-..'. +-.n-..- .. -...........-..-..-......-..-. COMPLIMENTS OF HUUSTUN ICE 81 DUAL EU. PHONE 2-7337 Thirteenth at D'Antignac mx - 1? I ii liir i f '::"4 is ::::: ggi ::::: E "We Design for Living" Announcing the opening of Unrnthg J. Manice, Inc. INTERIOR DECORATOR Prices to suit eve-ry budget Telephone 2-4313 Jones and McCa1'tan Sts. Augusta, Georgia The I ones Furniture Co. 1010 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA ,,1nu1111.11.111nu1uv1n111.111111111.1411n.111.u-11H111..1.11,111111m-11-11.m1.m1..m1ml1m.--nu1m.1uu WE EXTEND BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES The Planters Cotton Oil Co., Inc. Augusta. Georgia QUALITY COTTON SEED PRODUCTS A. .I. MAGUIRE. Manager 1mn1111:1:14114-.11rm1H111ml-nu-1:1111-111111111111111111mr1nn1nu-lm--mu1nu1nu1un1nn- 1 111 qtudent' VI h'11 w rulfl Von -ulvwe nn- tu rr-'ad 'rfter 0'1'3.1Ill'ltlOI1r' 1, . 4 ' K 1 . 4 c ,, c .T English Teacher: "The 'Hr-Ip VVantL-rl' column." "How many Students are there at your school?" "Oh, about one in ten". ,..1.,,r...,,u.-uu1.m1, 1 1 1111.1 1 1 11.1.1.1 1,1 1 1.m11m11m1.1 1111.1 1 1-1 Johnson, Lane, Space 8: Co., Inc. INVESTMENT SECURITIES Telephone 2-7741 ATLANTA AUGUSTA SAVANNAH .111111111.1111111.-11111nl1l1nun1----Iv 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1ln.1.m1nn1m11nu1nu1m11un1+m1 1..u1..,1qn-nn- -1 -' COMPLIMENTS OF Woodward Lumber Company COMPLETE LINE OF LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS MILL WORK AND BUILDERS HARDWARE 1010 Roberts St. Phone 2-4611 11.111.11.111-11111.1.m1m.1.H-111.111 .1 1. -.. 1,1 1 1 111 1 1 1-m1nn1nu.1u1uu1nu + H.- ,-ni-..,- .... - .... - ..., -...-,.n- .... -...-..,-1.5. 4. I ! M - M . M 1 5 - .- . I j De 11 Clous- - 5 MAXWELL BROTHERS I ,E FURNITURE 0 : i RADIOS. FRIGIDAIRES, j i DRAPERIES 2 1 7 z Phone 2-5526 - - 933 Broad Street GEURGIH i e Ga. L . HHSH 1 Q I ! . .. ,... - ..,. -M.-1...-..n-.i..-H..-W-4. .!..-...-..----n-- The ancient and honorable three R's, it appears, has been changreml from reaclin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetiv to r HefDo you save up money for a arlio, rides and rhythm. rainy mlay, dear 'Y She-Oh, no, l never shop when it rains. 1 ..,.- -,.n-n.,-...-,.,-n.-...,....n-u.-,.-i.....!. .!.-..-..- -..-...-n-i.-..-M-,..-...- -..- I I Best wishes of the . . COMPLINIENTS QF i I Wholesale and Retail Hardware - Stoves - Paints Q gl 1033-1039 Broad Phone 2-6318 g Augusta, Ga. i :fu-In illi II-ln1lw-ll- IIII --1 n-.m......- 'Augusta's Master Service l -g"'l"""' "'n"""""'-"""'-""-"- """" Station" 2 Q COMPLIMENTS or E I Ph ' CTI C Broad at 12th Street L Qemx I 0- - l Heatirg and Air Ctznditi ning Di '. H'll B'anch' W'lton VVav at l 1 Air Conditioning' Heating' l 1 1 ' A ' ' : Oil Burners, Stokers. Oil Burning Bakel' Avenue , 1 Circulating Heaters and Water I i Heaters i T 700 Twiggs St. - Phone 3-3361 2 AUGUSTA, GA. - - - - - - - - - - - ....--i- 41.-.i-......-.,-...-.n-...-,n-.,,-n,.- - i-...-+ -..--uni 1 -.mi 1 ...,,1....-..,-..,.-..u.-.,,4-..- +- 2' Q ! Comments Of l Hurst Business College The AUgllSl3 Halllwlllld UU. S. F C. Bldg. ll QUQUSTQW GQ, Complete Office Training L -In i111i-i11111 ....,i, --n 1111-i111 .1 1..1..- -n1u-1 11-1--1 1- -I 1 1-N1-1.1M-.1-1-us' -mini -1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1----u Optical Departments in All Stores l D lame 2-6861 5 F. E. Ferns Sz Co. FRIEDMANS JEWELERS 62,3 Broad St. - Augusta, Ga. Clvthes Of the Better Kind South's Oldest Credit Jewelers : , for - Diamonds. Watches, Silverware! Men and Young Men Radios A -... --.. .-..-..-.. ..... ..-.g. +.-...- - -.-. .... .. .. .........,l, "What time is it by your watch?" "Qua1rte1'to." Quarter to what?" "I don't know. Times k o so bad I had to lay off one of my hands." CENTRAL CLEANING 8: PRESSING CO. Established 1920 "Where Good Cleaning is Not Expensive" Plant Branch 608 BROAD ST 209 10th ST. Dial 2-8926 Dial 2-2066 A UGUSTA. GA. 1..1 1..1...-...1--1---U1...-..... 1 1...- -n1..11-1.-1.-1...-...1..1..1lu1n1u1u1u Standard Finanre and loan Company of Augusta Ground Floor Southern Finance Building Augusta. Georgia H. H. MOSS, Secretary-Treasurer 1..1..1..1..1..1..1 1.1. 1. 1'-1111..- '!' l -i- '!' ! -1- COMPLIMENTS OF Belk-White Co. 845 Broad St. Augusta - Georgia "Where the Whole Family Saves u-1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.11:-1 5. R. Kellg Xt Son Marble and Granite Memorials Phone 2-4522 Ninth 8 Fenwick Sts. q..-.. ----- ..-..-..-..- ... -........g. 'S' l l T o m m 1 I1 S PHOTOGRAPHER 737 Broad Street Phone 2-8833 ,. ...... ... -....- - -.-..- - - -,- -,,-,,-,M - -M-H-an-L+ -..........-..-...-...-..-... ---- -..-..-..-..-..-u.-,,-U,-H-H-H -W-M--+ F O I Q COZOIIIHI Byrd T1re L is O ""L"--. A 2 : A 'L'B1'fff?" Q Q and Battery Co. Q ,,,, - "" xoxialx Q l QQQB Q A1 . , ,, , 1290 Broad Street ' A U bl. I ' A-ef . E . - S . l SX I Phone Z-70. 3 Aug 't G .l gg l x, :,,, .,,e V A J uS a. a nn-n--u-ni:n1u1n-nn-u-n- -u-rw --In-an-nn--n---1M1..-..1...,.,-.,,..,,,,1,,-4, "I went to hear a memory expert "Was he bood?" "Naw, he forgot to show up." 1' THE UULLUM SIIHUUL UF ZIP HEAUINH I I 510 Greene Street AUGUSTA - GEORGIA l 'I' ---ini-11--1.-1n---1..1---....-...1-1.---2 BEST WISHES FROM Clark Milling Company AUGUSTA - Georgia l u-utu-u--u-n- 1 -n-u-n--min-nfs u-u-...linn-u1nu-nu-un-u-u.-.-n1u1n1nn- St night." -..-.... ..... ..-- . .-l.-..g. l l Q . Y - yaun BU Q ou1flTTfRS FUR L 978 BROAD ST. -i- 'Z' l atfatez' fm? SPECIALTY SHOP 827 Greene Street - Augusta, Ga. l 4- -...........................-.....-..,.............5. .g....,.-..- - - -..- - -.-.- -.. 'Z' , . I II I II League, Duvall Si Powell Complimmsof I REALTORS - INSURANCE I I . I I I Hotel Richmond I Herald Bldg. Augusta. Ga.I I II I II ulu--M1 1 1- 1I 1 I1 1 I 1111 u--uu- i. +u1qII- --I 1111 .1 1a 1m1I 1. 1 -!n.m.1M 11111- .1...,.1 ,.,. 1... ,... 1.1. c!u-,... 111111111 ,-..,.-,..1... I II 5 Compliments Of COMPI..liNIENTS Ill' I Local Finance Co I Blanchard 81 Calhoun I I ' H. 0. TABB. Manager Realm EU- Lobby of Masonic Building I I I -1- -1- n1un1 1nu1nn.-un1 411m1mI1mu1nu1un1n.I1IuI-4' n1nu-.III1Im1m.-..I.1nI.1mI1m.1Im1n.I1uN1....1 "Now," said' tlie teacher, "you have named all the domestic animals but one. VVho can tell me what that one is?" Silence reigned. "What," he cried, "Does no one know 'Z Now think hard. It has bristly hair. is fond of dirt, and' likes to get in tho mud." A timid little boy at the rear of the class raised his hand. "Please sir," he admitted baslifully. lt's me." I?--I-'11-I-1 --1-11'-II1'--11 lttt 11.111 tttf 1 tttv 1Im1wI1I--I1--ag. tg'-IIM1 ivtl 1 1m-1:-vu1un1un1 1 1 1 - 111 I I I Compliments of I - I I I I Augusta Hgufmg and COMPLIMENTS or I Metal Works I I I I I I IE I llintt Sona 623 Reynolds Street I I 'K' ' 'E I PHONE 2-2318 I I I II aw ---- mm---mwmw4 .... .... am------------ ,g,.,,,,,,, i,i111111ii ,1,, , M! .i......1,..1 1 1I.,.1.u.--I-.1..-1-.1--1--1 1. ' : E I LUCKHART, McAULIFPE 81 CU. COMPLIMENTS OF I flncorporatedl . I ESTABLISHED 1902 I Penneu EU. I REAL ESTATE I I Uncofpofaledl I FIRE INSURANCE I 840-H Broad Street I suv uma sn. Augusta, Ga I ' "It Pays to Shop at PQIIIIQYIS I I I I .g......-..-..-...-,.-.- - -..-..-..-..-,..,g. .3..-.. ...... .- - .. - -.- u-1M1iw1nn1lm1im1iiii1.n1n,,1mi1iiii1..1ml1,. -....1iiii1.. 1 ,1il.1ill1.ll1.ii1..l.1ll..1,.i.1 ,.1,..1. 'I' I I I i i THE GEORGIA-CAROLINA SHOP AT BRICK 81 TILE CO. l - lIallufzu'tul'el'S B E N S v rw - HIGH GRADE CLAY l'RolJL'cTS BETTER MERCH-MNDI5E 5 Hollow Building Tile. Common FOI' 1 Building. Augusta Smooth Face. LESS MONEY Augusta Rough Face Brick Q Z Offices: T-18 RGYIIOICIS St. S AUGUSTA, GA, Phone 2-6671 916 Broad St. I 1 .... 1l..1 1 ,... 1....1 .,.i 1 .... 1 .... .....,,1 1 1.,..1...,- .,1 .,., 1 .,.. 1 ,,., 1.,,,1 ,,,, 1 ..., 1 1 .,,, 1,,,,1,n1,,,,1,,,,1,,,-,i, ...-ii-ii-.i.-ni.- -.-i.i- iiii - - - .-. liii -i. -i.i-- .... ---- - - -i - -,.- I I .,QfdZ6j,Z5 C?-Xofijf Cll31PLl31l-:NTS ol-' I "Flowers For All Occasions" Barton Walton way at Metcalf Y S S I AIND HIS ORCHESTRA 1 PHONES 3-4406g 3-4407 I l I 1 llil 1lli.1iill1i.li1illl1llil1ml1iill-llil- iill -- lill -ilu-.lil-.P +fl- llll 1 'lll -vw-rl - - - - - 1 1 1w1ll--ln "What are the best tell years of a wlllllallk life '?" "From 28 to30." "VVho's there?" "It is I", was the answer. "Go away. VVe doll't NVHIIL ally mire SL-IlooIteaclle1's.' -,.1,.1I,.,1,..1l..,1,,,1....1.,,1.,.,1..,.1....1 ,... 1.,.,1.,.!, .!.-iiii1.iiil1ii.i1iiii1iiil-M1iiii1im-iiii-iiii-- - in-inn? SPORTING GOODS BASKETBALL TENNIS D 0 R R i BADMINTON ' , FOOD TASTE APPAREL Bowen Bros. Hardware Lo. I Q , 724 Broad Street PHONE 2-8856 G I A Q St , 'D' 5 905 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. l uk us 3 emma 7 -.i-..l-ii-..,-,,- - -...-.,-..-i..-...-i....g. i-..l.. - - ,- - - - - - .. -.........i. ---1-11 -nllil-nina--ii -1-- -u-u---uu--1 -u---ii-I-1..ii1iiii 1111 i.il1iiii-iii.-iiiliiil---of 1 Augusta Sporting Goods Un. PHONE 2-6508 EASY TERMS? "EQUIPMENT FOR BENTLEY 81 THOMPSON Furniture 210-212 Eighth S'f1'eG'C 901 BROAD STREET ! Plume 2-6007 AUGUSTA. GA. j 1.,,1. 1 1..i1nu1..1..,1ii,1.,1. 1 1..1L,- - .5.i.....,- .. -....-..,.-.,..-.l.-...-...-..- -........- I -x- -1.1-.1 -. 1 .-..1u1u- 1 iniuinio -I I I I I I 'I' 'I' 1 BUY- I i I I I I I I I TEXACo GAS I I I . I I I Boardman U11 Cn. I I I.-,...-.. ......... I ,!.-..1..1..1...- ini 1 -ni -.-1--1-n-ng. is I I I I I I 1 J.S.FoXCandy I 1 I Company I I I I SWEETEST .xxn BEST I I I I Phone 2-810-I Augusta, Ga. i i I I I Q..-..-..-..-..-..-.... -..-..-..-..-..-..-+ 4. Miss White: "Lucy, define the word ..1..1..1..1..1..-ui..-...in-.-11.p1up1 Southeastern Fur Co. STORAGE SALES AND REPAIRS 1046 Broad St. Augusta, Ga mini-u1..1nui-.1-11n.-...-.......1..1.-1n.- -.1...-..1..1..1..1-.1..1un1u-if-lulinui COLUMBIA-SEMINOLE and IYER JOHNSON BICYCLES II. L SUMEHAII A2 SUN 1248 Broad Street .-......-......-..-..-..-......-..-.....-.. , "puncture", Lucy: "A puncture is a little hole in a tire usually found at a great distance from a ga1'ag'e." Age comes before beauty-at least with some women. .!.-..-..- ........-. - -..-......-..-..-..-ng .!.-..-..- - -..-.....-.......-..-.......,- I I I I - I I 1 Merchants Baking 1 1 I I I ERMAN i Company I i H AN., ET AUNT BETTY'S ROLLS. My I BREAD AND CAKES I I I I I .fu-.. --------- .-......-..-.l. 4.--n ------- H- - - .-.--....l. .!.-...... ... -.,-..........t. -..-..-..-......-......-.........l. I I ' C 1' tt I - . I I I H. Sllnlerlmg I I JEWELER I G' co' 910 Broad St. - Augusta. Ga I Real Estate - Insurance Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry I Silverware. Cut Glass i S, F' C' Bldg. I and Novelties 910--I----H-H--'-----'------- -------si uin1u- - ---------.--..-ui..-.......1... 1.1 .1 11.1.-1..1..1..1..1..1..1...1..1 1..1...1..1 , . . Ffl VQHED 'Mosf Q hundred years ! lT'S POLICED FOR FRESI-INESS CHS BREAD AND CAKE FOR NEARLY A CENTURY . . . THE SOUTH'S FINEST 1 1 1.1.1..1..1..1.....-1-.1..1..1,.,.1 1..1..1..1..1..1..1.i1..1..1 1 1 Literal Translation A student was called upon to give u written below: -. labille, He-re's ago. Fortibus es in aro. Noces, Mari Thebi trus. Yatis in em pax a duxf' Aftel a long' effort, the Student came forth w translation of the verse ith the following. It is not surprising that the instructor read it to the class: "I say. Billie herds a go. Forty buses in a raw." "No," says Mary "they be "lVat is in em?" "Packs o' 1111111-.---..1-----gn is l l ! l I, i I N 1 C OR Pop liflo I T AUGUSTA, GA. i ....-.. ..... ..-.E.,-..-..-g i trucksl ducks.." 1 1 1 1 1 1.-1:-1,11 Compliments of S. Donald Fortson Company Mill Supplies Phone 2-5536 1553 Broad St. -..1-.1..1 .1..1...1..1. 1 .1 1..1n1u1- 1..1..1 .1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..- '!' '!' -u1.-1 .1. 1 .1u1..1..1..1n1u1,n..n1 I ! I I Wm. Schwelgert CO. COMPLIMEINTS OF . 1 ' . F' . JEWELERS 1 1 Silvers J 8 llll 846 Broad Street 1 1..1..1 .1..1- 1..1..1...-...1 1 .1..1..-+ +.-...1 1--1--1-.1..1..1..1..1. 1 .1..1..- ..1..1-.1..1..1.-1-.1..1..1..1..1..1.-1-ag u!n....1..1..1-..-u1..1..1..1. 1.1.1. ----1 . . Enffraving Books The Best'1nwEats and Sodas will Fine Stationery' Kodaks Aman Be Found At Photographic Supplies . , . . H111 S Cafe-Soda 1 1 Office Equlpmenf 628-636 BROAD ST. i Mllrplllj 516110118111 EU. "Augusta'S Only Curb Serviceul 720 Broad St. Augusta. Ga Parking' Lot For Your Convenience Phone 22122 ........-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..- 4. 4..-..........-..-..-..-......-..-. -..-..-.. Voice on the phone: "Albert Bell is classes. He requested me to notify you." Teacher: "All right. 'Who is this s Voice: "This is my brother." 1 MULHERIN LUMBER COMPANY 1 1 LUMBER - MILL WORK CABINET WORK sick today and cannot come to peaking?" COMPLIMENTS OF 1 1 Frank T. Reniclc Phone 2-4996 l l 625 13th Sr. Augusta, Ga. Q 1 I .....-...........-..-.1 -..-..-..-..-..-..-.i. Q..-.. ---- .-.-.1 1 - - ....-....l. +...1-.1.-1.1..1..1..1..1--1.--M1u---1.1. .gn-1.---1-.1..1..1-.1..1u1..1.-1.-1-.1-.1 4. I I Starr Smith Motor Cn. PLYMOUTH - DODGE SALES AND SERVICE 1 1 I l 521 Broad St. - Phone 2-7761 I Augusta, Georgia 5 1 I. -i--l- COMPLIMENTS OF S. H. KRESS 8: CO. 834 Broad St. 50-l0c and 25c Store ....i..1..1..-..1.1..1..1 -. 1 1.1.- 1.-1111-.1i1.-1.1. Compliments of H. E. PEEL General Contractor -rqoffemdn-ffnffef Qwmjaany OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQFIPMENT lor: Eighth Sr. Phnm. 3-3112, August:-1.Ga. ...-...-..1..1..1n.-...-..1.--u1u1..1..- l -....,.-..-..-..1....1ni..-......u1.,.i...-.i- FRUITLAND NURSERIES "The South's Oldest Nursery' Phone 3-7927 ....-..1..1..1..1n1-.1..1..-.ni..:.,..,,.. W. R. DAWSON 8: CO. Exquisite Handkerchiefs. Schenille Spreads. Draperies and Curtains Slade In Order MARKS LINEN SHOP 943 Ellis Street mln, 1..1.,i..-..1-11--1..1. 1....u.. FOMPLIMEXTS or MDOMINO Sl'GARS" Sam L. 1IcCreary Merchandise Broker .u-I.-....U-...in1..-.-1u1u1n1u1...- 2 ...-..i..-......1..1..1..i..-Hin...-...-.. Insurance 118 Eighth St. - Augusta, Ga F U R S T ' S Bake Shop - Delicatessen For All Good Things to Eat COMPLIMENTS OF HOME FOLKS 754 Broad Street COMPLIMENTS OF HOLLYWOOD DRESS SHOP ...ln-...-U...-.1--in.-nz.-.1..... 1 1 ..- MARILYN SLIPPER SHOP Smart Footwear! Sheer Hosiery! -11.1-...u PERKINS LLMBER CO Yellow Pine - Hardwoods Mill Work, Cabinet Work 619 13th St. - Tel. 2-2429 RICHMOND PRINTING CO. 304 Sixth Street Telephone 2-8262 Augusta - Georgia S P I R E S SHOE REPAIR 232 Ninth St. - Phone 2-9306 ...1 1 1.-1..i...--1.---1.1-1.1-.1-n1l... COBIPLIMENTS OF BELL BONNET SHOP 827 Greene Street 1.-...--....-. ui-I-ui'-11.1.-1 1.111.-lu....1--1..-Ulu--...--.-..1..1 1...1..1.111-1111--1--1.11.11..-1-1n..u1..1..1 1 1 1.1u.1..1..1..1..1 1 1 1.1 Health and Fun for The Whole Family REX RECREATION CENTER BOWLING - SKATING Phone 2-9380 C. C. Reynolds 650 Broad St. Owner Augusta, Ga. COMPLIMENTS OF Carolina Sand 8: Gravel Co. Our gravel has been used for all Con- crete work in the new Augusta schools built during past three years. BECKUM 81 JONES JEWELERS 222 Ninth Street Walk A Few Steps and Save Phone 2-6707 For Correct Time -..1..1--..-u1n.1n1-.111-..1u-1.1-u1it 1 STARK - EMPIRE Laundry - Cleaning - Dyeing Plant-Druid Park Ave. PHONE 3-3611 -..1 1.-1..-....1u.1nn1f.1.l.1nt11 1.1.-1 COMPLIMENTS OF Reliable Transfer Company Since 1912 ---1.-1..1..1..1111...---.1.1.-.11011-1.1.1 Culpepper-Walker-Great Furniture Company -Complete Home Furnishings- l204-6 Broad St. - Phone 2-4142 -U-...1-11--1.--..1nn1...1.-1-u1n11-1--.I1 SOUTHERN WELDING CO ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING Auto Axles and Wheels Alizned Accurately 623 Ellis St. - Augusta, Ga. COMPLIMENTS OF EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. 1201-03 Broad Street NEW AND USED FURNITURE COMPLIMENTS OF F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. HARKINS FURNITURE CO. 503 9th Street Augusta. Ga. .....1. 1..1..1..1..-.1-1..1..1..1..... 1...- Compliments of the GEO. WALTON DINING ROOM "Good Home Cooking" Compliments of the Sweet Shoppe WE'RE ALWAYS BUSY Dan's Shu Fix BECAUSE We Use The Best Leather -Perfect, Workmanship- 909 Broad-TRY US- Dial 2-7545 ...1..1..1.1.41..1..1..1..1..1...-.q1v..- P O N D E R ' S DE LUXE PAINT SHOP Auto Painting Wrecked Car Repairing S36 Reynolds St. - Augusta, Ga. PHONE 2-6757 ...1.-1I-1--1.-11-1111In-u,1..1.11nu1-.1 THOMAS H. BRITTINGHAM Plumbing and Heating Contractor 919 12th Street Phone 2-7815 Augusta. Ga. L. W. COOPER I". B. TYLER COOPER 8: TYLER Attorneys at Law 406-408 Herald Building Phone 2-7238 Augusta, Gu. 1.1..1..1..1..1.-1.11..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1 1 1...-.41 1 1 1...-..1.,1 1.1 ZCOYZJIQA5 r 0 Q . . 9, '11 " '1. - eK9'WK.,.., 01 'N' Q ' , D' irvyu' . -4, 4 . . . 11' 4 I 9 9 I . 8 'V' T' 0' ' Q . - . ' v Q, , , , ef U Ja O . U F AQ 11 Q Q Q n . 'U Q Lf P .: , V 0 ' . Q Q 15 L 4 I J 0 . .Q l Q, Q fi 3 s A 1 I if . . . '. ' J -H..- T v - 4 R 1 Q . 1 V Sfru V. MH, iq' V , 1 1 -. 4 X - Y Q' 1 Y ,. -VV ln. 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