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

 - Class of 1950

Page 1 of 126

 

Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1950 Edition, Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 126 of the 1950 volume:

K' ug. -S' agx-s fn I "4 -9' Q-5'-A fi ' Af- , .J-av!-2-' u?5.J.Q,'-"x -- spy Ylkffp J ' , 'sf , .Lv-1. W '.. ln., . .5 '1 vIg:x'Y1'-,4',,-5' " 1:31t:z.: T1- qifxbii. f:1C:.4f:.' Yfv? - ,x- I-.ax'.".', ' 'F af' i ' .- 4 -rhg.:s1-gy , . kg 1?1xg.ff"'. mv nu ' f.-LL ",7-- 5 Isp, wfghl . y . ' f 3 ' . Y., W...-D: .Y ,REQ-1' su. ' f ' " " Hx 4 1 , 'S-f,'."'1t' 'Z I A". , klfg- " 'nn , ,Q QR X. 1 ' ' Y XA- ' 1 '- IIl"l R'I I ""h 'lllll Ill llll Ii i' I I I 2- V M 'G bi x FY .nn1Iv"""" f' "' .243-gi g5 Q -1. "'-Q, Xin- h . 'L -1. X.- -K -. ,F 'I s I I 'fn ' r '3 . . g' 'K-'II Q S -i- x ..,, 1 firm B31 4 1 U rv U gl firm B31 4 1 U rv U gl 'AR '-4.-' J H -. ' .. l ul-21. l'Il.XNIlI.I'H l'l,xluua, our llclovccl ficnrgi:n:u1tI1m', luis gin-n us llrrr' lfulvlvil mln-:nr to ilu- lwznrt nf czncll snccvn-fling generation. ll' lu- slmnlzl lvy :my chance :Her wil :uvl uifrlmn nut ullwrnisc :nt- trilrulwl in him, let llxiw ln- nur npulug3 1 XYll:ll ix :ng nmn nr mlvlail likely lu Sllj nn thc pruacmx- ul' 1200 :xml une: J M wa M Z' yew llllllll Hlll H lllll flRI.S OF 'I'L'lGNl.-XX HIGH SVHUUI. C2 UZIEZNS A1'1:u's'l.x,Ill-'unnlm Cl RlARTllA I 'Y lf. l,dif,'r-uf-L'l:irj NUR.-X xvYll.l.lAXl5. lf1l,rx'rx.',f.v ,Umm Erhiratinn Because she has unseltishly devoted her- self in order to teach us to appreciate and love the finer things in life and literature, and because she is abounding in gentle humor, we, the l95O Staff of Maids And A Man, affectionately dedicate this annual to Miss Gertrude J. Comey, whose sympathetic insight readily allows her to understand, like Joel Chandler Harris did, the many "scared rabbits" that are discovered in the calami- ties of each day. She holds out that shining promise to each student, as Uncle Remus did tothe little boy, that although Brer Fox almost caught Brer Rabbit, he never really did-and he never really was going to. 1 ., ,- Mizz Gertruhe 3. Qlnmrg Q .4 'SHI' 4 :Nt v 4 :X - 1 . L ' 1 . -...K ' .. fl - :L . f Q J ,N . AX - ,8 . I 1'-2' ' i fi? A 'J ' , ' V l fi' -.4 ,fit N4 ,ggi 't , iw- 'A 1 Q, lj -' 1.- 1 Ui, 1 ffifx 1 Brer Rabbit sez sczect In"the crowded hulls outside Room 303, pounding English Lit into bztlky seniors. Hitting from one place to :mother with zunzizing vitality, you'll see Bliss Gertrude Comey. Everybody knows that Bliss Conwy Comes from Blzissztchusetts. Her futher wats at tlofitm' in that state. :md it uns tht-re that she acquired her early education :md her degree from Smith Vullege. Following her grztduzition from Smith. Bliss tioniey enriched Augusta hy taking up her residence here, ln Itllf. it uns lmrk lu vnllcpt' for Bliss l.0l11t'B--1.0llll'I1lIlIl llniwrsity :md gratclnztte uork. Complete with clegresa in t-tlurntiun :md lfnglish Literature, Bliss fomey crime to tt-:ivli :it Tuhmzin in 11:17. Now it's 11150. :mtl tliert-'s nn grzidtmte nr student of Tlllilliilll hut that knmxs :mtl Intex Bliv Voniry. Through tht' years she has taught, xxorkt-rl, scolded, :md joked-:mtl imprcssctl her memory in- delilily on the linndrt-tlQ nf girls who linye liven through Tubman. The Class of '50 says "Hurrah for Bli5s fomey Y" "l tltllil lvlliu' un Inltir tm' had rlxiIluu.r." J o o 1 0 e X IIZUZI. ffxflf ' "Hitlwk,fwlur-.11'.w1v,b,w.f.1m1 wif .1l1'.vh'drfy.'4 , K i- 14 Hnwxel-.111 ? 1 xx um msxrx I-num 1 if U 1 i gfywy- . - .- K s 'rig -gf--0 gv l.xxr.-xl:xx1msrxx,xrf11.fm,,rw 'A :'x.li. H1-rm-r lnuurxm, X!.U.m, ' 1 31.5. Hlllrznllnlx, L'v11u-rqrj, -wx' uv. r 14 'Q-A px' ll! . S X IUIUIIHX IIXIXN l1I:rfl'rm x.. Xl llxf hllml lla llurlvvllr, X1 ., MARY H-XI.K. Nf'V1'f'IVH LOUISE XY. SMl'lLIl..Jx-f,vf'1nt M 1'.hlv'j,' 1 I I I r 1 l S MA . fy J . 5 . tv ff g,.LA I f" W? -15-f' 5 ft- 'll-9 W v-S7-s l'ir.fI ruwt BERTHA VARSXYELI. l'l.A., Shorter College, Rome, Georuia RUTH McAUl,lFFli H.A., Ague4 Scott Colleen-. liecatur, lieorgizt M.A., L'nivcrsity of Nc-rth Carolina, Cliapel Hill Naval Rem,-rve Miclshipman Sfhool, Northampton fiR.Xf'li STRACSS A.H.. University of lit-orgia, Atln-nk MA., Columhizi l'uivt'rQity. New York Vitg MARIE llUl.HliRT HS., Uliiverkilv of liecfreizt, Atht-ue M.A., lluke University, llurlixuu, North Vgirnlingi Naval lh-serve All!lQllllllTl2lI1 Schmll, Nortlizimpton AMAl+ll'fl. l.ANSllIil.l- ll.A,, llesxic Tilt Vulltge, lforqtll, lie-ui-gist 5. P I fi- anaaelniietts M 'hN'lt'llllNCllN 'J Sl GERTRUDE COMEY B.L., Smith College, Northampton, Mzisszteliusetts MA., Columbia University, New York City ANN BRADDY BA., Converse College, Spartanhuru. South Carolina M.A., University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill Graduate YYork, University of London ELEANOR BOATYYRIGHT B,A., Teachers' College. Columuia Lhixerxity, New York City M.A., Duke l.'niverritv, Durham. North Carolina I LORA PEARCE Ph.B., University of khicago. lllinoi, M.Ed., Duke Cniverfitv, Durham, North Carolina EDITH NACHMAN Ph.B., University of Chicago. lllinoix DOROTHY HALBERT B.MuS., College of Fine Artw, Symcuse University, Syracuse, New York MARY GILLILAND B.A., Converse College, Spartanhure, South Carolina M,A., Columhia Enixersitg, New York City BELLE XYALKER B.A., Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia MABEL BYRD B.A., Greenville YYomen's College, fireenxille, South Carolina Ph,B., Denison lfniversity, Granville, Ohio SARA FULLBRIGHT B.A., Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia M.A.. Emory University, Georgia MARGARET XYHITE B.S., Home EC., Cv, S. C, YY., Millerleeville. Georgia BECLAH MAE FENDER A.B., University of Georgia mmf? "l?linr lmxs zz'-nf! full :t"rn lin f-fllrrx dc I1iI." X'rr.md rim! FLORA C. THOMPSON BS.. G. S. C. YY.. Millefleexille. Georgia M.A., Columhixi L'nivtrsity, Nen York City MILDRED VON KAMI' B..-K., Bowling Green College of Vonimerce, Bottling lireeu, Kentuekv SARAH NORRIS A.B.,l., lfniversity of lieoreizi, Alhenh MARY JONES B.A,, Furman L'nix-eriiti, fireenxille, South lillflillllll ELYIENIA THOMPSON H.S., G. S, C. YY., Millerleexille, liL'lll'14lJl ww M QP '5-Ries? Y-w -Ch f t Ln ' 5 4- Q,-5 , 4: .,-nv S. - ' il.IX Xl.-XRSI-IAI I. li..-X.. Slmrlx' ' 'ru 4, IQ- gy: XI..'X.. Hnxlwr L-I'liXk'l'NiIX. XX :xc-v, Trxxx- XI XKXA XI FYI-'li HS. lgnxllvlx' uf Sl. lfllyzxlrllx, Vmxxcnl Sxzxtimx, Nm-xx jcrscx I Pl 'Ki 'THX Xl4 ll llilf l'1.S.,1..S.4',XX , XlxUwlLx'xlllc, Hx-urLix , X-L ,,., . 3 IWIQKX i.,-Xlililall 'I X lliplmxxzx, Klflfllillx Hll'-i1l1'XN l'wxllv:r. ,'Xx1:l1Ql2l,4n'rwl'5gx:A " ,-"' ' L H' ,. lil 11X lllwlQ'l'1vX - r' 1- 1, L jx " 1 5 4 ,. I-:,.x., I. s 1 . xx ., xlxxtx-.lwxxxx-, 1..-Unix. 5 2 ' . -ff ' " ' K"I7I1ll7I',XliIx5 , ,, J li. X,, XXiuxlmxp ll-Hxxx, R-wk llxll. 5xl1xllxl':xI'wvlil1a ' , .-ff! z Q K 1.1 , ah ' :ex lax '1'x1c':x-I4 at , I1 X lxxvxxr-Nj. Hx V7-lmx ' Hx--xlllx 1- 'J F lXIX!XXXllPxlX5'PY - I' I f.. " lZX,1'JI'-1:14 lux-1-:lj..'-1 I xx ,.- 'N"- V S' xxlxxu "xxr4ssxc1x'x X9 4LX' nw fy 1 xx ,xm.1,.x..xx.4.. . I x 'X' I. V- f I Xl IQX Xlxl lQ'xI XX V: :: 2: J- 115 1.3.1 I-CHQ II.xvI'.:YM mxxzxxx I .xv.xlux.n VXIQIZXIQ 'x 4 I Uilx V ,I 5 VX l? H-3 'Ml' XxJxvUx 'lvm' xx 'N .xxfx Xlll4l'lIX IZ 'x, X1 x.-,Mu fx J, Nw.-.Ymxu 51xxxUvV.xl'-xll!I.u XUILNIX ' Hx X IT, fxl-Y T Y. i' XXIX5 '-Wi l3'xf'Vx O X ,L 1. . 4, ,vb X X v lfll I f 1xl'Hli'fNfk 1 x , v v I HN 1, U' x,W"1'f W-1 'll Nl Will HFXIWIQHX J1'::'l:f,:wx.1 I "' ' xll 'Xxx-' X...-.wmx lwrxr x"!','l-xxx, ' :-, ' x ,,x x xl wr! f X! N Il xx- HI ll xflxxfx 1.w.f'..-1. j " x11 -, X1 xx , 1-.x:x, f...w., VI' 'xxx N ' X nw xx I X,x'...m,t.-.,x1-. xx-x'.x!1,'l'.mx. . 1!xn21x!'x" xy, v 1 A A in x T7 cu .74 gi -1.9 Y? .Lk-f -f "in, CFSXE I 4 'lr .1 f:11rr'Hef .'r fnzvwx' x.'r:fr. lfru lx'.1"'f'ir x.':. -'fl ,X i 010 "I mmf! flm1.'c7.x' .ull lv mm 'gxyflcly :ful dry Jia' dw, 1111! u'.',v v,'wL'u .vf'CC.1'l X cu lwflcfni, V11 11 JI, fu firmly dm' l.lvz31v'1r41'-W 'ywmlf' 'N 'T 3. Y' 1' A-kI'lRN4,H1 5 sl'.Xl1vR slwrxrwli . Fix , X55 A 'V v '-gl 4 13. sl xx XIIIW-'UH :'nww1w Ulflfll P145 l' v'.' XM.: If ,'.- Ylf.-sl 1 XR , , x-A,,,,- XIUIMXRN Tu-1-lu' NNW HI , i' :fs-.U .1i.,:, IZSXMHX V 'C'- NIIFF HR XVI' Ylli-'xl 55 if Martha L,fL',,lf1lh' Hmm. -lcxxcll Bunting, 'Qarfvlyxm Haflflun. HL-ngmzm '1cffI'uC ' W mea! 'fllrrfi HCIIUUXIIII 'QL-ul':m', xlllflxllt lly-, -lmlxxull Hvnllry, -lzmr Hn-Hu, Vzlr--lxll llmlmlvxm lUl1'1'HH1lI Hilfllllfil lilllxx. RHNHI1 lil-uwim, Sum fnzlllmxny. .Xuxlm l-1lliI.m4l, l1.u'lI:un Urulu-ll. Xlznry Null: llrimlgw, KJ5 X1 .-I.1nvlN. Inu lk-Arr. rlllnlllljll .'X!lIIl' l':nrrxNlw, X.mr5 XX1ll,l1gl1.m1, l1vHln'Vla.nxl liullu, Xl.nr5 I.m'lwx, X unguln Tmxill. Snmlrzx XXilll:nm-, lznu- llllqlxlry, .XXIII l.1xi1luNI-ul. ll:u'ru'IIv l'ml'k11u. ll- .Mm HL-nrlrix, Hung Vlzurk, I :ANN ff- ' X rv' 9- HN ? ,-,K 'vx ., 4-- .,... 'M' , 12 f- .T is Fw, .S . ' ff? gx S121 ' ' 'C+ vc' ' '1 f N. 1'- .1 'vs ""'N -5 'U 9- T", w..r. I "' txt? Q- -- '.fk1411f'. 121,511 lxb'1" '31 K1'x1i'i 'xl.I"1' 1'Z1.'X11 Q-N!vvf11vvi 1' H1 1' " 1 '1v11i1,111i!71v1- 11.11 1. L yelzzbe BARR,-XIQA A111-iN-l'cnlr:n1 Council 4, Vlwv Vuuncil 3, Fra-nth Chnl: 4, President 4, l'1x-xml Vluh 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4. Xl'-111-51v:i1l I, 3, Rum Tennis I, Tuhman '1iimL-x 4, Fczutlirv 1':ly4c 1fc1il0r 4, T 2, H 3, 5i1xm'rH,'1iHS, Si1x'vr T. FH11Q1.1'fY A1.I.'i1H11ls.-'x1plm Tri Hi Y 3, 4. Frunfh f'1ulr.3, 'lin-:uurcr 4, 1-1l0fZ41C1ll1P 3. 4, ,1r. Kg-11 linux- I, '1'u1vmnn Scwtut 4. Mix:-11 4 Imruf 3, 11111111 QA. H. l .1 5. 111'i'1"1'Y -1 lf.-KN 11AK1'i1Qf11omm- 1jik'0ll0I'l11CS f'1ix1- I. X IX IAN H.-X1,K4'l'NI. f'II1Cl5'I41N1" H.-XIQIQSY--5111111-lil 1':ilrnl 2, 1. 11'-mv lxrfvilvvliiiu I 1u1v I. ,IHNI 1 l1fXIC'1'4lX limp Tvnnix 1, YUIIP5 11.111 J, 'I 111-mzm Tirmw :, R4-11 Vrrws :, 51-:wh 1.1-llrr J. Hlnrk :xml lmlrl '1' J. 'f1,"1C1,'X 121 111'1X'i1"11'1.1l f 11umr 1".s', '1H1yl li-XIQIC-X14 X lil- X YI-'l"I'---V1.1-N l'm1nc'lI J. 1, ilfum 1'-:-vv-vr11uw1'1ni1-l,R:nn1-nu l'1u1: -1, 4, 131:4-1. .mf1 '-H111 '1' J, '1'u1vm:m Timva g,111Sg. VII-.XX 1-1,1 141' X'l 1,1 N Nuv1n'm lillllllfli I. Q, 3, 1, Vliirml I .-mvril I. J, 3, J. Srr. of 4 MW llg,1'r4 X 1-f 4'1.i-- 3, 1,4-1lUf1114-1ll1l 3, 1, Survl.iry 1, -Xljvlm 1rl 111 N 3. 4. 1"r1-in lu f'1n1- 3, '1'ul-num 'liiniaw I, 4, Hzunll 1,-X N. 1' 1 4, 5, Klum-fl Vlmrux 3, '1'u1fm:m 51 xlsl 1 Cf? sf E' -A: -,Q genz' J T, X x I, ,. . J., I!I1'I"I'Y HI..-XX"I'IAIiII- II, II, In I I IIIIIIZII Star? 3, 4. YIII I I' PL-XYVI-I XI II I 1 F PATSY BLANK'I'I.-XIQIJ-flmrzll VIIIII J. 5. 1 I H, I 4, I rcx. 4, Ixc I.. K, ' 'N .. tml Vouucil 4, IH l.I-1. CIIIII I. Yi-'Q I'rw. ', Student VUIIIIFII 4, Homqrmvnu Tn-xr. Yollq Ball 2. ROSLYN BUIQIQSILIY-,lr. I"- K' NS Ring 'llnnis I, Yulluy Hull I, VIJIQS VO cil I, J, 3, J, 'I'I'c:INIIrcr j,fwIKIZcII4III1rl'4I mitltcc J. Stuflunl I'atmI 3, 4, III-Imr Sf cicty 3, J. Frunclx VIIIII 4, Yin' I'rc-. .1. Tnlfmsm 'I'i.'nu 4, Iirlllor-in-cIIicf 3. I'uI licity 1,'rm1n1.4. Hold 'I' I, .:, Silxcr H I CAAROLYN I-1UIILIzIi-fQ'I1Ur1II Club 3, 5, I, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA HUI.'I'UNfI'IrIIIuI' SUVIQII 3. 4. Spnunlx IIIIII 4, Iruuluxt .I. IIIIIITIIII . , . . . Tlnn-N 4, Iznuc IZIIIIOT 4, bturlcut l':Ilr+Il I fcmrznl l'uum'II 4, Alplm Tr: III Y. ,Ili-XX BIJXYIVK AIP,-X HRXI!I.IfY i l.iIrr:II'5 ANNINIJIIII I Hrmu- ICI: VIIIII I. I.,-XX I'.RX In HIC I I I1 ,ICS is A .V V .. . . XIARY Rl"I'lI HIQIINIIQS flf. T. 'X 3, I. lIIslnIIIuIIl I IIIII I I N1 IIIIII .,w.,.II ..:x J. -N ,. -- .. fllllv 3, ,l, Allllllill 5IIllI 3, 5, 1,1-IIIIUIINIIIII I' tlllllll lug: II 4 Xmllu l'mlI II lm I XI.-XlQ'I'IIA HRX AN -- lllnm' Iir-III4.uu1iIw ui of Honu- Iiomlm 3. I-4 cQ.-I -I 4 :Za 35 'R .15 41 E 3 4 1' F1 ah' 15 15 K 4-'N 'TI' V17 A 'Wt . s sms, IT 3, f'-- ' 9- ' - I b. . A117--, AA .x , 1-5. Q U 4, .dx if Y""'Y , 4 1 f 5 -3- 4- '-A.' 7" C' I'-XIUIIVI XIIII 1 I'N'I'IQI'IX'X11II1I1 1 H-11111 I IIHI 1 1v'1- 1 XIQIRIII 11111 1- " .,x. III51 Igfi -1,-1 1 1 'al I1,1II iz. 1, X1' '11:1 '11 I'1'1'-I1!111V II1:-1 I11 I 5111111111 l'.1:11I 3 1, ' 4111 1' '1-T' H1 N 3, .. X111 I"1-1I1'1' b1I'.11-II :,'1--II 'I g, 3. ,-X11111:.1I 511117. I'1411f1 I XX :1r1I1-11 x 1'I11 I.,11I1 g . 1 1 1, I-.1--.11' ,I . 1 1 5111:I1.1TT1,-,: .-..1,,, 3, 5, 1, I111111- I111111'.11111111 I.I.111:11f 4, I 7 4I:1N.1.1111'11'1I ' ' ' 111 I-11'w1:' 1 I.-XVKIIQ I -. ,1 11. .1. e 0721! 121 III-1'I"I'Y IiL'NII'L S - II11mc IQ1-11111111111-N lI11I- I. 5t111Ir11l I:1tr1II 11. I,1I1r:1r5 A 411.1111 ,1. Xl1'I,l,ll4 Ill IQIII'I.I,f5!111I11xl I':1lr11I 3, .1. I11I1m:111 Ilmnw J, 5, 'Xl11l11.nI NMI 1. IIlml.1 Ir1 II1 N 5. 1. N13 .1111I Ir1:1N II:-11111 IQ11111113 Xxu I'1'1N II1-1111 IQ1111111 1, III:1rI-1 .1111I '11II1I I .'.51I11'r I 5, I.1Ixt.111-I I-1-111111 1 1111111111111 . I I If XIII-'I II Ill Ii'1I'55 I XII' 'I N X Ill Il,I IQ XI1-I.1,I'r1II1X 1 N11.111'-I I I11I1 QT. L YN' Y 6 IIIKXIII 5 I,1I1r:11 X 11111 HI-,VIN 1I.XIQIx -- 1 Im-I Hmmm' IC1111111 N1'r1Z.1ri. kg Ir1N11I1111 1. Ii'11, I11-1111 I-:1II I, .3, 1. IZ11-I111I:1II ,, , . ., 1,-,., ,. 1. 1 2 -lI'. H11-I-.1II 1I I f11I-111.111 I1r . , -1. , .1'1 111- 4. F11f11"- I 1l1111r, III. QQ 1.l4,k1I11111I1X1I11 1. Nt. I1 ,Zu , T27 it iv-"V 1.11 .1 1.111 1.1 1mw111111l'f, .' I1 I' r Ix r II 1 1 11111. 111 I II I I,4,1111.111 I-'.I1'r, .1111I '111.1I I - 11.1 , .11 11,,1 I-.,1I1,1M1vI:1I 1 VU-E ,.111 .U eu! MARY ANN COX--Home Economics Clllll I, Rainbow Girls 5, 4, Projwtor Operator 4. -IHANETTE CRANYFORD-Home licuno- mic Club I, Red frosf J, 3, Student Pzurr-I 2, Rainliow Girls 5. 4. Class Council 4. 'IEAN CREECH--Class Council 3, Ring Tennis Toumamcnt J, 3. MARTHA CRENSHANY. BARBARA CULPEl'I'ER-l-uncl1room 4 LAYERN DAVIS-Student Patrol J. Snack Bar 4, Home Economic Club 1 Annual Stal? 4. Black :mfl Hold 'l' 3. - vb A -it " -X-gb '14 i :P W ,4 su. qua.. ,g. " , ,UN A x' , F7 's ' ' if ,J . x J, T7 1' svr -1 ,. any-wg ix , 'UN 3 IUX 1277 'KQL Q KW? N num 1 ln 1 IL bl kitl ill ta im un 'lpnnl Z lnlrlmural N Ort iv Lui 1 X ug I ra in un 1 1 L xmin l l 0 luprm ,- i ul ll XL 4 4 N ul Lui 1 ro 1 L Llll Ill 7 x lllllfll 4 num-il 4, ll, lx. K lull 3. 4. llnme Xl.-XlCl..XlQl'.'l' l'Nl5 - Vluw fl-um'1l 1. i . 5u.u'k Ihr 1, l.il-mry -M-iNi.u:1 7. Xuuu.lI X Sr.-tl' 1, l'irfnl.ni-lu Shall ni' 'liulinmn ,yi 'lillllrx L, "ak - - N ...- A f - . i ' 'Q vs r Xl-Xlxl Il-X llx l' .lumur lxul ln... I. ,L Nvpln-l1mrr VIA-N I'..m1 M,m,44.r gl Kline I Vmixlril J. 3, 3, lluiml l-Hllllfll .1. Aluuiur' hr Klnw Xi-1-I rw:-llxil 3. Nun-r 4 lziw buf' ?'9- rm-wry .L Slulh-ui I'.ur-il 3. N-usimpcr Srzltl' 3. l"-lxurfm-1'luf: --1' .Xunu..1 4. Futura- 'll-.lvlnrs ul ,Xvixi-rica 3. J. lluuor Nwuly 3. 4. l'li.urm.au lfluctiom Koni- mulu- 1, l"fL'I1x'll Vlulv .1, llonwr Roll I, J. ,L I. All- XX I-l.l l1'T'l' ul ,. ,- lwxfw- - X, 1-11791 4-f ,ur--ms Dx Q.,- 'Ln g ,ixsr 'fha Q. 5' I . IL' s V . ' '-1 n fi ll Q 9 , I ' I - rg, - cv' L--ffx ' .. -- 45" 3 es.. w 1' IfI.IZ.-XI-II-1'I'II I-,IiI1'KS1lN-IImn1- Iicmm- mir- IVIIIII I, SIIRICIK Hur 3, Ii.-XIQIIAIQ.-X I'ILvH.'XNKS-AAxlIIIlIlII .1. .U . . Q1 IIN X Izl H.-XXKS-I I1ur:1I 1 IIIII-1,,1, S11.InixI1 VIIII1 ,1, SIIIIII-III I':1Ir1'1I 3, Ninn IIIIIIIIIN 'Il-.IIII I. ,III,I.-XX IX.-XXX :XX II 'I-I I-XIflil-"l"IZ1'I1.-ml l'IuI1 :. II-"I"I'N 'I If -XX I-'I' I,I- - I Imm- I-'rmmvniw 1'I11I- I, IQIII: 'I'1'1111Ix I, :. 3. 1, YIIIIQIIQIII 1, J, 3. 1. S-'III-:III 1, 4. ,1. 1, 1':I11t:Iin 3, IIJIJKI-II-:III I, J, 5. 1, Xznrxily 3. .1. Ifin- IIIX111-1'I1-I 1, 'I'III-1111111 'I'1IIn-N 1, 'If II. 5 1. I ,1, N1.1r 3. 1. ,I11m11r lu-fl Iron Iiwl-11'-1'I1I.II1xI 1, SIIxvr II.INIx1'lImII 3, I"n'II I-.I-Ix.1I..1II 1 1 x l il v ff -x 'W Q, Q' 0 -' I " 'K I"I'1IxIxII IIINIIN1, 11.11-I'r1-1,,XI'1 I1I 1 Q-QQ' I'y..11II111 1' I I I Q X'1'1'.1I N1.I"r A- N111-I1111 I'.1111-' XNZ i . 1 II 1 1 X1'-1-1 1.1-1111- 1. Iii' 'I111111-1 -,1 1, 11111111.1111 , i,L,I1,1-Ix-1I1,11I, ,,1, IMI'-" ' ' I'1-1'- 1 ' 1 I-'r1',,1 111411 I .,1--1111111 " TN -'1-11111-T1 111?1,,:,g Iw1 I11II'N1 4I.1 1 I 11I I1-11111I Y I'11f,f.11111I 1111111 - II111w IQ11111 V111-I1' 1 .. I'I'I- N11-In I II 'I -, .. .. . , V 1 ,e x 1 11, - N- 1 IUXXXI I"'IxIV 1I111'.1I 1'-1I 4 3. I I1.I11-1 I I.I1,11 1 1 I'-.-11111111 Q .R- IIIIIX I'INIIIx II I1 I11111111N'I11III1I1r.111X -1-I.11I 1 XI 41 ICI XX III II I I I I. 1I11I- Q, 5I:11I1 II II' 1 1 IIHI111- Iww.111.1111v.1I11I1 I IgI11,.1 15 1 fa- 'CV' 4W'x 'V' -r-" 'i .ff 13589 'f NNN' QQ.,-7 fi I 2 If -1 YU 'Un 't G , , 'xr'-7 fs I, a I . If-in 1 I V, Q 'fbi' ,... 1-. 3 -P. f "fx x I 'T V-W-4 .2 U . 1 T 5 5 P ' ' wr, ,,,,' ,, ,fr N., Ei' II1XIiIi:XIQ.'X IIIJXSS Iilzisx I tuuril 1, :Xuuuul Stall' 1, l-Qlwtiou Iiuitiiiiillut' 4, Assislzuil .Il'. lit-fl Iifuss I-it-prism-iilzitiii' 5, Nliuiu' part lu 1lI.iy J, I it jvctur Illwrzitur 4, Tulutizui Srrzipl-uuk 1, Iiiugg 'ltiuiis .', Xullvx Ilxill Homc Noolu I'uiut Xlsuiziuvr 4. NI'Al'i IiOIlUXYN5vIImi14- Ift'ouuiuiL's I'Iulr I. If,-KN IilQzXIlAXlfI'IiuruI Iilulv b, , Iiuiulu-xi Q, ., Iiliurli Iimuu 5, I 4 1 I I V I 4 Youth 'IH-iiiyicrziiici' I'muuu'iI 5, 1, Tuluiizui Tiuics I. Illiuml Xlzixorvtiv l. 5, 4, hiatt' lizttuu INXlI'Illlt1 I IlIlI11IPItPllsIllIi.I, llrum NI:ij1u'i'ltt- 3,, 4. IUAN IQIQIFIFIX llouu- Ifc, lilult I, Ifiu: 'I'i-uuis 'litzuu I, Ir, Iivll Vruss Honor Suciuti 3, 4, Stiult-nt I':itr1-I 5, 3, .-Xuuugil St:itI4,S1li Iimfli- Study l-lull 4, Nlxcr I 3, NI'1l.l.I'1 IIIITII IiLIlI,l.f-Iiliissl'ul1nCII :, 3, lf. T. .fX.l'IuI'4.S1v:uusIi4'lulv 3, 4, Atlilutlc I UlII'Il'll 3, .1, Iluuur Nusivli 4, Iulvvuzui luum-s J, 3, 1, lxiug Tennis 'IK-:uu J. 3, Yullt-v llzill 'll-:un I. 4, 5. 1, I4.iskvilI.lll 'ltwun J. 3. Htiskcthzill Yzirsity 3. Snlll-:ill 'll-:im I, 4. 3. 'l'. ll. S. I'mlilvm I, T Ixt- tcr 2, Star Vimlvlulu,1,,l'iti7t't1sIiip'I' :. 'ilIIlt'llNIllll II 3, liqiski-tlizill lfmlvlvm 3. N VICCIIS I, I lIIZL'I'lNIll i I Ull'lH'lllll'1' I, Kwl I ross lit- v, ,, Irirt- XX zirvlvu t. I . I I . BARBARA 4 LL'N'l'liR. gm' JOAN FULKIER-Home Economics Club I. Rainbow Girls 3, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Representative 4. SARA GALLOXYAY-Home Economics Club I, National Honor Society 4, Student Ifiouncil 4, Reporter for Tulrman Times Stat? 4, Annual Star? 4, Alpha Tri Hi Y 4. BETTY G.-XRNER-Home Economics Club I, Student Patrol 2, Snack Bar 4. -IE.XNNl:lTTlQ Iii.-XY-Honor Roll J, 4. BEXGQY,-XX GEORGE-Horne Economics Club I, Class Council 3, 4, Athletic Council 3, 3, 4. Secretary 5, F. T. A. Club 5, 4, Truzisurer 3. President 4, Point Manager of Sr. Class 4, Tulrmzin Times 5, 4, Student Patrol 3, 4. Alpha Tri Hi Y 4. Health and Sanitation Committee, I, 4, Chairman 4, T, H, S. I, 'I' 2, Ist and :nd Star Emblem 5, Yarsity Basket- ball 3, 3, Silver T 3, Gold '1' 5, Central Council 4, AUSTIN GILLIL.-XXI!-Honic Economics 'flulw I. Class Vouncil I. 2, 5, 4, Tubman Times I, Health and Sanitation Committee 2, Student Patrol 3, Theta Tri Hi Y 5, 4, Yarsitg Cheer Leader 3, Citizen-hip Gold T I, Citi- zenship Silt cr T 4, Vitizensltip Silver H 3. PT' ov -'lllaur fix IV' 'T , . 'vs ' r" ., ff? , 3 li 's i ' .fV Yf"' 1 f'f7'x J 'x . ff?-S-' fx , ,G 'Wx 1-'T' XJ ,fx 133815 L., -in L- . hx . x r' .' 1. fur Os it QN 'N 1 fp?-F ,ax ,, .- gf I -"- If 4 . 9 -4 is M- YI' 1 px 2' Q. HI' 1 1' FT' VPN -r 'Lx' O 6 f M RULYX HAIIIJI-IN S Home Er. Cluh I, Trcaxurcr Hnnwrnom I, Fr. flaw I'mim'iI I, Src. Ilomurnum J, Sr. flnss Vmincil 4, Rnd lirovzs Rcp. l. Res!-room IV-0TT1lT1IIlL'L' J. Yin- Pro. Sr. Clase .1, . . , , J . . Xiu- Irvs. H. Ix. 4.I:is4 .1, Sr. flaw Vouncil .1. Tlwtzi Tri Hi Y 3, 4, Cliziplxiin Tri I-li Y 4, Iflcvtion lfmnni. 4, 'l'IlS l, Xluxic llpurntnr ,1, Lzili. 4. IIIQLICN II.-XNIIHN 3 Ra-cl Iirow Alter. J, I.ilir:ir5 .-'xuixtnlit 4. . X II.'XIQI'IiR - lin-:I frrws 3. XXXIf'Ii'I'l' II.-XIiI'IfR llmm- I-ic. Vlnlv I, I.ml .iml F1-uiul Vmnniiltcc J. Xluvic luwrzmir ,1. MIQM l' II.-YIQHIS-VIQIM 1"num'iI 3. Snack Iizir 3. Yin- I'n'-. Alplm 'I'ri Ili Y .1. Sw. Ifri-m'Ii I lull .1, I'r1-N, Y Trvn l'Iul. I. Silwr 'I' 3, Iii-:I linux Iivp. .1. llumc If-1 4 lull I. I'.-Xl I.ITXI-. II XIQIQIS --- l.ilir:ir5 ,L l.Il,l.l:YX lIAIi'l'IiIQ - Slmlvnl I':i!rol 3, lin-vifli 4 lull- 1, I.iI-r:ir5 .-'Yvixlzinl 4. I I"I TY III'.I.NIl.Y Y Slmlcnl I':nlrm-I J, -1. Spzmixlu liluli 1, Snark Iflzir .1, Slllflj II:iII ,l. , : LNIIHICSIIN -- IIUITN' litu- ufmiii X l'liiI- J, Smflvnt l':itruI .1. 'l'nIim:in 'livin-Y J. 1. SIIIIIIINII 4'IuIi .1, Kin: Tcnni- I. J. Ilsnxlwlluill J. Snfllrilll I, J. 3, Slirurla luur- 'I'IIS J. Y 'Il-rn I, J, Rairlin Vluh 1, Iiliwk K lnilsl 'I' J, IUI1 .-XXX III'.XIPRIXf5tufIcul I':ilrul J, I'uin1 fxlzniziucr 3, l'n-xiclcm nf Ilomr- rwmn 1, :'uin1i:il Nga!! 1. llnmc I'.t'lllIflll1lCS l'Illlv I, Silxrr 'li 3, III.nck N' 'iulwl 'I' J. I or Iwll I. J. 3, .1. II'-nur Swim-ly ,L 1. l'fl'NIlII'lll I'Iw-nur Sn- vn-ly ,1.VI1iM Vminril 3, .1, 'I-l'1'llNlIY't'l'f.l5lNi Vfiiiiwil 1, Vcntrzal I-llllllfll 1. I-'rvnrli Vluli 1. 'lilu-In 'Iiri Ili Y .1. Annual Slnff 4, Li!- vrqiry Izrlilnr 1. SIIUTIN I.gllrr IIIS 3. Silur 'li 3, I.n-I zmfl Ifmilivl fVllI1If'l1Illl't' J, 3. I'.lra'timi I 1-mlinllrn' 1. MARY I"IiAXf'I-'S lIliRXININ--I.iIirnry AN-ixtznit 1. Snark Ihr J, 3. Iilqirk K in-III I J. 'mid I 1. I ,,n ZZ' -5' 'fi' 3 'R I mf .Jr 5' QQ-4-V 4. Ii -I 11 .5 . 4- Q 3 13.11 1' , , ' i L h I I. fv I CIN TS X :" ' - QQ 'cf' A . ..- Ys Q-' Pj :UN ,cf C" 5 N-f Ii' 1.15 ,n-n. euzbm CARD L HIERS l.Lf.ll.LE H4,JBBb-Home lti. Lluli I, D. lf. Vlul. 4, C-Itrlllil' in Lunch Room 3. BETTY ,TU IIORXH-Yztrxitj, Ba-kciliall 3, 3. 4. flaw Council I, 3, F. T. A. fqluli 3, 4, .-Xlphzi Tri Hi Y 3, 4. HAI-kctlizlll limli- lcm 2, T Letter J, Stair Iimlilcm 3, Black :mtl Gold T J, Athletic Council 3, Student Pzitml 5, 4. Rin: Tcnnie Tumi 1, 1. 3. Xullvy Bull 'lcxim 1, 3, 3. Sf-itlizill Tuzim I. J, 3, Iiitrzi. Hnslcutlrqill I, 3, 3, Snack Bar 5, Red Cross I, BETTY JEAN H1 FXYARIJ- Snack Bar 3. Home lic. lflub I. ,TANF-f HL"ilQLEY-llomq lfcononiics lfluli I, Alpha Tri Hi Y 3. Thuizi Tri Hi Y 4. Trczlx, Humcroont 4. Stuiluui l'atr1'l 3. 4. Health :tml Sztiiitmiwii ll-ninntlcc 4. Snack Bar 5. Black Anil 'ioltl T 2. Silxur T 3. BETTY ,lL'NH ,lAL'K5l.lX-ll-Linn lfuuno- mics Llulv I. RUBY .XXX .l.-XXSEX-llviltc Eff-itonticb lwllllv I. Bl.-XIUI IRIIQ .IIQXXIXGS-Tulimau Times 4. Anmizil Stuff 4. lfl-,-ii.-r S+.-fivty 3. 4. llfTicc Avixtamt 4. l'l-um' lffmtoniics Chil- I, St-rxicc Vuiiintittuc 4. H.-XIQHAIQ.-X -ll PIIXSI IX-Slliilcnl l'xIlr0l 2. 5, Ru! Crit-N licpruwiitziziw J. Yi-llt-5 Ball 'llfzmi 3. 4, Rin: Tcnni- Tug-nt 4. lllzirk :intl lim-lil T J. 'itil-l 'li 3, 1.l.Ulxl.4X HIHIIXNPX fl ii.-1.41 'lub 3, .1. hrs-iicli lilul- .3, King TVIIIIIN I, J, lli-:tu lfn-imiiiinw Vlnl- I. 'liwii :Xgu thili J lhilil-nxt liirl 4, Silxmr T 3. Film-r ll 4. lit-.I Vriiw liclvrwvxihiltu' 3. Xi-llvy Hall I,-.lllUIT.x..1. l l. .X L. Srxirl 1. vQR.'xu'Ii -lllllxgl IX ll-QAN FTUIIXSUN-TNS :, Ruiz Tl'Ill'lli I 3. Xullq Hull I, J, Strxtfv Vmiinitllu' J. Stu-lt-nt Patrol 3, lluim- lfv Phil- i, Cir- rtil.itiun lT0I11l17llIt'C J. 'YG' QQ-,-f ,- XX11111'1.1',XX1Y-1' 11f1,1,'1AM1 x 1111 1r1'1-11111-11 11-11111 R11-111' 71. LIYI 'Q 11 - 11'1 1.. 1 1111111-1 1 11111 5 11X1X1N111X-1r1511I11 11111 1 511'1'11.1r1,1,:11 1 1x1111:11.'. X1 11' 1111 11 11 1x1--111'.,1.51'111 11 1.1 3111 .1111 1r 1' , ,. Q. .X111'1g111 1 111 11 N1111111Nl 1 1 .. 111 .1 111 .1,X ,1 .1, 1x1111'1111X'N11111x1r11r ' x ,,,,. 1.1 .. .15 . . 'pw u nm 'K .nf . ' QQ V " , .- if - ' P 6l1l0"l+ ,., :W ,,, Q - v J 11 X1Q1i11"1' ,1L'1" -- Sl'L'1't'lIlI"X of 11111111 T, f 5 li-11-111 3. 51111111-11 V11111 1, H111111r Snricty . VX1Q111.XX KIQXXICIPX A1111111c R110 l ,,,,,- 1'r1wi1111111 4. 5. 111111 1':11r111 3. 5111f1r If 111111111 11 11111-, 1111-1.-,1111111 1- 11111-1 N1 - 1r1 ' -1111 X1 1 1r11111'!1V1 1111' 1, 1 X11 1'Q1'111 111 11 X , AL 1'11I1' 111 1, 141-11 l'r11w 1, 10111111111 X11-11111 1, 14.1111111111 1111111-r J, 1.111rz1ry XXR1 1. 14111111111 11111 1, 1'Xl1,1Xl 1.151 1l11f'I"1'1-14 7-, 'T 4Q v TI? xiii of 9 11.11,111'- 11'11 3. 1. 11--1111' F1-1 1, 11'1:1f1 11 31 . 1 ' Q 11112111 11 111111 1, . h ' 1,1111 1,1111f11-11 1 1 1 "' 1 b 1 1 s. 11 IW1' 1'1'i'1 1' '1"1 -.1 1 1 1 . , 1 1 1111 L. N1'511'1+. 15,1 ' 5 ' X 'G mx aux .1 U ,7- 11111 X IXXWI 11'1x1' 111N ' 4- 4..- 11"1"1 51 '.11 111 1 , 1 ' 'Qs' ,,..,- 1 11111 11,11'171x1r 15 X1 11' 1-11 '11 SJ I l , 1r1 11 X1111111 1111'111 ,1 '1 11'111' 11 Y 1 1, .. 1 11, 1 1 111V11111 X V 1 111111111X11, 11 111-111 . ' 1 X1 ':1 11111 -1: - X 11.1-1,111 1,1 11iV1I N1 ' 11x11 'Y11111 'rug 1 11'11111111"1 1,5 ' .11-11 1X 151: 1-1 '1' 1 1 1111 1 14 ' , "' Q- 1. L ,: g tv 11,1 1x1111111f511.11--11 1 11 ' 1 1 Q-f V M x ...ff A-'."1 1 Af. U. ,rx if-'f Ll muh 24 P.-XT M.-XRBYT ! Tullmnu Times 3. 4. Klxnasiug Fflitfilr 4. lf'lI1'-ml Clulf 4, Fruncl Club 4, Hr-nfrr 5 QW1- 5ivIj. 4, El:-:ii-QIIn 'Enu- mittee 4. XYAND.-X SI.-X'1'THEXYS f Henltl: and Szlnitzuifg-II fummittu- 3. 4. Vice-pruf. :If Home Room 3, POITU KI.m:I:rI' oi Hume lim-m 4. lfl1.,Iral flull 5, llorne EC, Vlul. 3, Future 'lkznclmrs 4. fs-X 'P' .IFANINE MAYS ! Choral Club 2, 5, 4, I "' . Red Crow .2, Snack Ear 4, Typist lor 1 Tuhmzm Times 4. ' tx'--r 5YLYl.-X XIELTOX - C'llOl"1il Club J, 3, -1. Sfvltfllill Vlull 4, Minor part in play 3. Sum 4. 'rx 1? 'ET 'V . S.-XXIIK.-X XlrCf'3NNl'1l.l. - Trc:IiIIrc'r of Frcxhnmu Vlzus I. Klum!-cr Slurlcnt Coun- cil I, J, Yicc-I-rc'-. Soplm. flaw 3. Point I V xI.m.IuI-r 'IL fi I.. 3, xI.mI.Ifr Ventral 'pw T .SX V 'Q fu0lIl'lCll LI. 4, 'I'lu'I:I Tri Hi-Y prci. 4. Klcnmlwr Tri Hi-Y 3, 4, Klcnmlwr Ifhornl N ls.- fhlul- I, 3. 4. livpnrtrr TulIm:Iu Tinn-Q .I. T7 jf' lllllllffllllll Vilizcnxlmip I'nmn1ilIcc 3. Mem- N. - lmr Tri l.:ImlI:I Snmrit5 4, Yirc-pros. J' -J llumr limfrn J, NIL-rulwr 'l'ul-mnn Scxtc-I 4, ' N.-XNVY XIulil,XlL'IiR.-XY --l-lIlNNlA4IllT1Cll I, lin-ml Vruw 3, Kin: TrIIIIix I. llomu lic. Vlull I. li:xiIIlImx 3, 4. l'.l5N.-'I XlI'lN'l'USll v- li:INlcrtlnIll lvnru I. J, II. 5ul'IlI:Ill Irzuu I, J, 3, Yullvy Hull Imzuu I, 1. 3, lfwl Vrl-xx I, Riu: 'lluuix lm-:Im I, J, 3. N'frvl,Iry r-I VIII-Q I. llumv- Hlillxllll Vlulr I. lil-.I IX XIrlxXlIIHl -- Nuflmm l'.IIr-fl 3. 3. Home lfc. Vlull I, Rnd Vrm- J, 3, C1385 Vmumril I, SI. Hull Sup. 4. 1- if ,o S.- Q ,X f - r " O Pill fl-f I1 XIQILVXIQ.-X XIcI.1fgXN-1l111r:111111r:1l S1111r!i K, .,, 1, J, 5, H1112 'I1'11111N 'l'uz1111 1, J. Yollq H111 J, R111 f'1'1'1v Rs'11VQNL'I1ll1I1XU J. J. 1'l1111'11I 1 11111 X 4 I1!-,X lflilj XIcBIl1 ll.'Xl:l. --- In T. A. 3. ,1. S1-11g l.1111l1'1' 1-I' lf, 'lf :X 5, Firm' XY:1r1l- 1.11 1, Kcvp 5t1111j.-ll.111- 3. .1. 111lr.1m11r:1l 51111r1x 1 1 1 1 4l1111"111l11l1.1 x HIl.l1-X N11 Pl 1K I--X 11-1-11r1-.1111-111 111 511.111- 1 'uh 4 v IV" 459 1' 1 -1 111 ' 1- 4,-X A, NIl'l,1'XX F. 'Ii A, 5. .1 1111111 l'111r111 1, K1111 5111111 llullx 3. 1 ,qxkfvx 'M vy 1 IZVIIN XHIRX 1111111111111 1, J lx .1 1 -1.-. ig X--'1',111 X'11x1 1. 11111111 ,T IC....111 l11X 1 l'1-1-1.1'1141.11'11111 1 31 T .1 N XXI 1 .I11X'1'11-'111lC'1 lC11f'111 1 1 ':.1 Ag 1C1'1.11.x- , 1 1 l111'.1E' 1,--111.11114 9 I N'-. P 14---1111 I'..11115 4. 3 1 A lx XX '11 I 1 X'.l'N N11.1- --1 111111 1 1f 1, Vx 311111.11 N11'11x 1 X 11 1 V11 1-12' ' I'-111.11 'l:"1- 111 1 I 11' 1 1Ill!XI1111IX'.'1XIINMX Z . . fi xfx I111A, x..1. I11111,1,1.l,1 ,,., "' 111.11' 2 ' ""11 .14 N111 4111.- 1411111 sl -11111 1 .1 Q 51111 11,111 '111:1111 1, 4, H1111 vvr 11111111 1 V, 'I X vi. X1-'111 Il:11l l, 11111 N' NX ' 111111 V 11111111111 1 E j I -X X. I' FII X'1.'I"1fJ 'S-, 3 1 KU qgs- QS I DG ' ' X... 49' I III INK JR I.Iilf1ORANl5IiIQ MARY l'AIiR ANNIE IUXRRIS 3, 4, l1l'llII'Ill I plizi I ri IMAX Stwirlj ,l, ,1, Vluli I, I'Ii:iiri 4, IfIL'4'lInu Ilia 4, ANU, Ni-xx num I lnlr I, X .l. I.illIl' Sturt' IIARlQIl'I'I"I'I". I' 1. :, 4. i. I4- Alplm 'l'i'i Ili fivlj' ,L I, Stu Surii-I5 I, I". I"rt-slllnziu Hzix 'Vviinif J. 'I'uI lui',1, Iluini' I I muluulve 5. liI.UIilfX I'IlII II - Student K'miin'il I w Iinliril A 4, N It-em I, J, I'rvXuIi'nt I, Suuleut I':ilruI J, 3, I, Al- j, 4, I'I'exi4lt'ul 1, Ili-i mr Xii'v-presulvill i I'rem'Ii N Itilllui' 1, Ilmne Item ,, f:.,i.i 'I' I liIxliIN.' --UN' LH uzui ul 5t'1'x'let- Iuinnutl t IIIIIIIIIVK' ,5, rlllllllllilll Tiuies nu- I ir:--1vl't-xifli-lil I, 5IlZIt'K I'u 1. 5 PVDNQ 2' X muh? SALLY XIXUN -- Yiee-president Fresli. Clubs 1, Ir. Red Vrow Representaitixe I, Tlietzi Tri I-Ii-Y Secretary 4. Theta Tri Hi-Y Memlier 5, 4, Iflzus Council I, 3, Secretary of T. lf, I.. 4, Vice-pre-ident of F, T. A. Club 3, Asst. Paige Editm' Tuli- mzin Times 3. Annual Cluli Editor 4. Stu- dent Patrol 4. BETTY NORYELI. - Red Cross Repre- sentative 3. Snack Bur 3, Lilirziry Assii- tztnt 5, Annual Stuff 4, Lost :ind Found I. lilectiun Committee 3, Home IiCOI'lIfII11lCS Iflulv 1, Freshman Ring TcnniQ I. F. T. A. 4, Softball I. GXYYNNE ODCRI - Annual Staff 4, Snack Bur 5, 4, Little Store 1, 3, 3. 4, First Aid Room 4, l.lIITfH'j' Axit. 5, Stu- dent Council 1, lilcetiou Committee 3, Frwhmzm Ring Tennis I. ,IHAN OLIYEROS 3 SIPZUIIQII llluli 4. An- nuzxl Stuff 4, Student I'zitroI 3, Student Ifoiineil I, J. l'Inme Economies Vluli 1, Future Teziclier- of .Xmericn 4, Red Cross Repreaeiitative J, Y Teeni 1, Hold T 3, Silxer T 3. Y. ' N ilu riiumil X tx III-pix-wi1l'1lixr I 'II I Vu ' Student i'..Iif.,i Q, 4, N IltllN I, -1 Allilizi 'llri III-N ,L 1, St'v1'n'l:il'x ul tl -N 1. NHIIUIIIII Ilmnii' Ni, 'rrlzirx nl Xnliuilzil Iliiuii- I, A, ,L I. Prenvli I lull 1, Iwllvzill I, N mimi I imi- ipliuliimw Ning w I. Xvux lafli aimiiuiiiiiw l Iulw I, l',II-rl , . i .l.ll 5 f- Annu: . : lf. 'l'. A. 3. 4. Slnrlt-ul I':nlmI 3, ilu-rzil I lull :. 5. Ni: 'II-uni, I, Red lfeepci: 3, 4, I I mninitlce 5. QI ICAN I'l'I'N ICR 4, buzirlc Hur Times 4, Ifirsl wk Hur 4, I-nwliiiiaiii IQ me I mu Rep. I, 4. Nuilg II.iIl IOIIN' I',t', lfluli i, I,".In-vii Dll - 4 Iiurzil l Iulv 4, I limi 3. 3, Art lzililur uf 'l'ul1m.m Aid Iiutun N fx - 'W' 'wr I me U ,.-5 is 'vw 'PG' YK -ww -- ,- if f , n - I X 1 .P 1 -K . 4 I s . 'S-1' on 43 1 IDNQ. 1" nv-QQ XXXVN I'4VXXI'II II-Im III 'IIII- -g IQIII IIVIIN IQIIIII -II Ivx IIIXYIII, I ICI 5' 'VII IIIIIII I'I"z.I ':I VIIII. lx IQ..I I IV.,-I IQIIIIIHII XIII I, II'II IIIJIII IIIIH- I, Illk IIIJ- ' ' . ICIII 'IIIIIIIN Al VI11N4'I" I'IQI-51 II'I'I' IQIII I IW- III III- wII'.III'.I I, III-'Iv IIIIIIIIIVI N 'I'III I, VIIIILII 4 IIN 3. 1. I IIwr ' I1IX1I'I'IiIIN'I -- IIIIIIII III-II XIII'II I, II, I- IIIII- 3, 3 I-XXI-1 IQ XHFIIXI I IQJIIIII--I -.'. 'IIIIN 3. 4, ,XIIII :I 'III III-'N I, FIIIII' 'I' I IIIIIII' 'I1:I-'I wrx 1" 'Irv-'II ,I -1 1, FUI-.II 1 MII' m.III 1, X-YI III "Im: I. IIN-IIIIH NIM III' 'IIIIIIIINIII 'I'III:I- 4. NWI' II,III 5, I IYIICLT I.1'.IIIfr I, Im-I .IIIII FIIIIIIII 1, X.Ir -itj. IIJINLIIIQIII J. 3. I, 'If II '4 I. T4 5I.II" I I-I"1f.IxII I4 XXINI1' VI II XXI 'FT' -fvs kmbm LUIS VUXII Y SIIIIIL-nt I':IIruI J. I.IIm'II Rumn 3, Snark liar 4, IXIIIIIIZII Stuff 4. FR.-XNlfIiS IKIXX IfI.I, 4 .XnIIII:II Stuff 4 IIOIIIC IQCOIIIIIIIIIN IEIIIIP J, SII:IIIIaII I-IIIII 4 XI.-XIQY I'HXXIil.I. - :XIpII:I Tri Hi-Y 3 4, SPIIIIIQII IAIIIII 4, Study I'l:III Ilulpcr 4 Slurlunl I':IIrIII J, Ilomr IQLIOIIOIIIICR Ulu . .. , . .. I, .-XIInI1:II N:III I Ixannlv I A I Iucmwtry I.:III, .-X--Istnnl 4, lmld 'I J. a"'!'f I.. .,, I tv Q , I ' lv 'UB K. . . B xr ? 4 I 'F' '95 rv AFV T7-"f YI 'C' Y-1 ' 1 4 :ww 'S 'rs f' A 1. 4 'il '- A bl 'I 15" ,lf .XXX RAXKIN-Snack Har 4, Nucl Cross, lflcdlou Commit- Ice. Bll-l.llf AIEAX RL"l'l'l -Cho- ral Clulv 3, Slllllllxll Clull 3, Cluss Yicc l'rcs. 5, Class Vrcsiclcut 4, Sl2l'lllIl"l,,iIlll1fll.l, Business lidilor A u u u :Il Stuff 4, 'l-lllII'T1iH1 Timvs 4. Xu l'lIi Blu 3, 4, Scrxicc Cmnnmiltuc 4, 'I' 3, l'3zIskcI- lmll A 4. o f' I 0771 f lxll IN BIHLI-.X 4 lhctn-lr:-III-N 3, 4. Tulmmuu Timcs Rcporlrr 3, Auuuzxl Illus- iucss Stnffl 4, Stmlvut llillflil 2, Home Romu Point xlIlllIlflCl' J. Scrvicc Cum- mittcc 3, lll'L'Sl!lClll ol lflomu Room 3, Silvcr T J, Silxcr l-l 5, Class Council 3, 5, Buskctlunll Clmccrlcznclcr 5, Ring 'll-uuis 2, Copy Iiclitnr of Auuuznl. PEGGY SHIPSON - Home Economics Cluln I, lilcctinn Polls 1, 3, Lilwrary As- sistant 3. Study Hall Hclpcr 3. BlfT'l'Y .ll-IAN SKIITH-l,llIr:Iry .Xsslstaut 4, Luucllromu 3, 4, Raiulmw Girls 3, 4, Wlorkccl :It lflcction Polls 5, 4. 15 pus X- J' "' Ox 'Tv' . I F54 nv'-Q1 'Q' Q6 liS'I'lil.l.li Rlf4jUl'Ul,4JS - M Llznss lnuucul I, 3, 4, l'rn-sI- rlvut I, Point Mzunugcr 5. Yicc llI'L'SlflCl1t 4, Auuuzal Stull 4, ,luuior Rccl lfrtias 3, 1. 1 Ring 'llldllllli I. Silver 'l' l'lcIIlllI Illlll Slllllllflllllll Cl' mitluu 4, Sluclcut l'1Ilrul I. Illl' COXNIIC SATCHIQR - Stu- cluul l':IIml I, 3, Firc xxlilffl- cu 4, Snack Bur 3, 4, Silly-r I J, lmlrl 1 3. ,luui Cross 4. or liull ' . Slu- ILllRlilJ IQHUIIEN dcut I'zItml 4, Hmm: Homm- 'Q' , .I ', - N G " v':'lA K ' .il ffv 1-, ' if l I . Al YQ r , .I ,IUYCE RILI-QY-Study Hull 'liCllClICT 3. Humu Economics ITIIC4 Llul- I, X Teens 3, Izluc- Clulr I. IIOII COIIIIIIIHUC J, 3. l.XClilli SHIVMAN -TlIcI:I- RAL11 SATL, Hlzli - Rcrl ' ,. . . . ,. , 4 , , l Tl-l'll-X J. 4. llllII1'l2ll1 Cross lXL'Ill'CSCllliIIlYC 3, buf- ,.. Y , ' 4 4 luucs 3. Alllllllll 4, 5llIflL'I'l', rctary lxcrl f ross J, 5lllflt.'Ill , , . f, , , I illfvl J. 3. 4. lwwl K ross Lflllllfll I, Stumlcul l'1urul 3. , V . 4 M , ,, , ,, lXL'lll'k'51,'l1lZlllYC 3, I nslur lulfmnu lum-s Natl J, I-. l. . . 4 H , l UI'lllTllllCC 3, Hcultll Llllkl A. J. 4. la 1. A. 5lllflE Hull Smmmmn Com' 4' Snack Llul. 4 I lr Kcupcr 5, 4, 5p:uIislI 4, Nmrls l.L-Ilcrs l.l-lb. I Sports Lutlcr 'l' 5, Sucrcturx .,, ,, l'lI:ltlI l'. l. A I L tl zuul Szuxitxuiuu Coua. J, lilcctiuu Comluiltuc I. 3. Rin: Tuu- nis I, 3. Xnllcy Hull I, Haskell Silxcr mll I, 3. Lmld 1 -. T 3. N55- X 4 v 'xl J. ,ga-1 6 'Wann' GL, X 5... R--W. 1,,- '11--4 X. "I 'ef' I mx 7?- L YJ x..f - I II I II NHIUJf+".'I I' I' I I I'- IIIIII II XX. VIHXI II-Im, II 'II' I lv'IIw1 In-IN I N u-.- 1..yv-,mn .fbzlbl I II,.wI.,,-. Iwrw - I YF! xIKII ICXI I INN I' SXXI 'XIQIXMI Y Stuflfm I':m'fII 4. IIIIIW II 'MII 1, Iwr-I MII X--Ixuml 'I.I-- 1 mm-II 4 ' 'XIU'I,N1XIXIN--IIIIIWMII lI1II1I4Ix.1IH I '.1rI- Q 1 Iivfl 1 rf-- 4 I XI Il XX. IfxIJI."1N- rlwlvnl I'.nrI IA Al -X ' 1 N'-'1.+I1..mrwIt1. 3. XI- 1 III Ir: III v 5, X:Ir-:I-. li.IxIwlImIl L, 'I' II. I Um! MMIII- 4, lv1IImIux Imn- ,1. '67 I Ilfm r RUII I lnlr'm1ur'nl Iimu US SMITH W- llumu IfL'm1m1mw l'IuIf Tennis -:m , znmurxnl l':u IQQIIIQIII 'l'Q:1m I, Imrnmurznl Hung Trnnix 4, Study Hull Kccpcr 3- I- 'XYIAQ SMITH vIL'XIf SNIITII l' Q f . fr---r X,,,f xg' I K A? "AY Q7 ,A 5+ it A IW' Q Y' ' M SARAH THIGPENA-Home Ec. Club I Annual Staff 4. MARGIE THOMPSON ,IO-ANN THURMONIJ-Choral Club 3. Red Cross 4, VIRGINIA 'l'ONVlI.LiBaskctball Teznn J, Homeroom President I, 2, Homeroom Sec. Q Treas. 5, 4, Annual Stuff 3, Art Editor 3, 4, Student Patrol 2, 3, 4, Snack Bar 3, Theta Tri Hi Y 3, 4, Lost and Found Committee 5, Little T I, Silver T 2. Silver I-I 5, French Club 4. REHEAN USRY-jr, Red Cross I, Home EC. Club I, Student Patrol 2, Lost and Found fommittee 2, Annual Staff 4. Tubman Times 4, Library Awistztnt 4. Snack Bar 4. MYRL W'ALKliR 'NJ , ,......... A, an -,Q an '1-if Q,-' .Avi 472: -,s ,V Q, Tv'-A as L- 'Z' 1' i 'GP L' r, if--T' Z - L g T5 .,,,r .tiff 'N qw , ELIZA XYAl.l.,-Xfli H.-Xllil. ANN XX'li.-X'l'lll-fRFOliIJ - An nuzil Null 4, Horne lic. Klub I, N Teen ,,., . X' 3, lilzisi l.4OlIl'lx'll I, 3, Student l':itrul 3. I, t",-XR41l-YN XYIll'l'l.lN.'K-Tulwmzm Time 4, Stuflcvt l':1lrtwl 4, l,nxt :mtl I'-Ulllltl l,'nl11- mittee 5, Scrxicc Voumiitlcc 4. NX l'l7l'lI1Y XVIl.liNSliY-llonw lic. lilub 1 i - - Vlnv titumcil 5. l'ublit'ity 4'mnu1itt-Qc 3 'U wx .-Xnuuzil Shift' 4, llmncrut-ni Suu. J, Ref Frow 4. l're-itlcut 4. Snack Hsu' 3. ' ,iowis XX'll..li .Q l lTl.l5l'f XYIl.'l.lfXNlS-Fliorail Club I. 3. 3 l Cold T I. A I. H., x .W O ,I If ,V f e 0010?-I I H i f' rw., vbx- M ,fi -, ,I X 51lXI'IQ:X XXH,I.I.-XXIS - IIlWl11L'l'!llII11 I'I'cQ. I, IIIIIIIQ Ifc. Y 1 -K W VIIIII I. Sur. X 'l'I'm:Ix. I, 'lAI'v:IN, SIIIIII, VIIIX5 J, IIUI11k'I'UIII11 1 IHIIIII XI.III.Iu-r 3. I'III-IICIII 3, 'If lk. I.. 'l'ru:u. ,L Homcf rm-III X'Iu I'rwIfII-III 3. FIII.IIII'c IRIIIIIIIIIII1' 3, l'II:IIrI11:III 1 ,L SIIIAIX II.III I4IIIIcrIIxIIr 3. I,lll11'II IiuunI 3. -I. Vw'-IIIIIQII SIIJIQIQ Ihr XIIIIII-X 3. .-XIIIIIILII ,I, IIIXNIIIKNS XI:III1Iu'r 4, Ilnmu- ,K rf-IIIII I'I'Iw , ,1. I,l.rH- .XXNI XX Il.I.I'.Iz -- lin! frm- J. 3. .-XIIIIIQI Tri Hi X 1. 1. IIIIIIII' I',n'. I IIIII J, X KL' I'I'l'-IIIUIII VII IIuIl1l'l'IIIrI11 tl, IMIIIIIIIIII 4.Irl- I, 4. 5, I, I,qIII. .-XWINIJIII ,1.4'II IIIIIII I - I 4 P' r '-- - 'V 'N 'Q' Us X 'xY'X XXII I IXIIII XXI - Xlplm 'III III X I, XLIINIII IIIIN 'V V4 LI-IlI.III 3. SIIIII-III I'.IIrI-I Q, I,lIII'.Il'X -XX-IxI:IIIl I. Ilmm- Iir. '-' In it IIIII- I, I M-I IR-IIIIrII -I, 5, Nw-ru I.4IIvrN I. 3. 'IHS I, T J, T75 I 'lrI-l..IIII -..4 IIIlr.IIIIIr.II- I, Q, IQIIIL 'IFIIIIIN I, J, XFIIII-XIIIIII I. .'. MIIIMIH I, 4. Q INN YH XXII NN I,IIIII'III-I-IIII 1, SIIIIIVIII I'zIlI'c-I J IFPHYXII' XXUXIVIIN IVIII I Hum l I II-II I XIXIQX vlll XXIIIIII NIIIILII IEIII'--I , I 'I'IILt.n III III X Il II IIIUIII AI'I'I,I-'II' Ir 4, Kul I IIN- 4, 3, IIIIIIII Iw, I IILII I I J. NIIIIHIII I NlIIrI4II! I IIIIII - IIIIX XXIIIX - Ilwm- I' "-II I - QX' X Xlxlili' 'I 'IH NIIIIII-X IUV1 X MUN XIII X4 ,XIII Inwl-III HI-IIII r Im 4, I.II NII.II,I: I..Ir -r.Ir'I X--IxI,IIIr I. I' I X J 1.1 IPIIIMJIIIX XX RIN IIIIIIII- I'I,"IIIII I IIHIIII II IIIIII I .Z RR -S r? Y-ff :vu 'fi-' 0 V .II gb iw' ng Y'x-4 gg O Haze dn: yn' .vynffimzx :vain lm' .n'ga.fl1m1!rf" xv: Rrcr Rufvlvil, .rusmi Frm' x, lu' zvinlc his syn xluzu, cn lay lim' un du Tuv'-Hnlvy, ,vlzu aiu? sayin' uullzinf' A -. 3-'xi 'fp -5 ,411 -V-.', Caroline Knhlke, Delores Logan, Connie Tulili, Betty Bceion, -Indy McLaughlin. 'T?7"'T"m' ' 5' JE .' JIS' "f'Y'4,' ed, 'Z fl! f l'llI'YXYRIl1HT XYAIQI IYISXEY X'RI'lUL'CTIONS OFFICERS Pnxvidcrzt ........,.. ....,..................,... C OXXIE TABB Vi 4'L'- 1' n'L'. i 'idcnl' ..,..... ...4..... C AROLIXE KUHLKE Sv 1'1'l' Img '.,......... ....,,.... D ELORES LOGAN' Trcusur L'n'... .... ..,.....- I L 'DY MCLACGHLIN Pniul-fllmzagr 'vA........................,,.... BETTY BEESON Sfmirs JUNIOR - SOPHORIORE COUNCIL - r ur: Miss Gertrude Comey . o - f1r'g.w14 'i r R 'Pj .r 511-, 1' V' '4 u. -7' '4 lx' F, I '- 1-ww "x lfirxl Huw: Caroline Knhlke, Betty ifolu-n, l':n Banker, Connie linvird. H0115 BCLWOII. Helly Nl5er-. l':n Nlel3un.iIsi, Marilyn lilmm- hers. .S'i'vmld lfnfuz Carol Bennett, Yirginizx llniTn1:m, Marcin Levy, Marcin Anstecl, ,Indy Nlk'LlIllgiliilI. Xlnrtlm llemalrecl. Qlnznme Har- bin, Louise NYz1rdl:1w, jenn Huy ck, Snrn Stringer, lk-lorw Logan, Third Huw: Bxirlmrfl Stapleton. lnmgene flux, Mary Ann Hightower. Alice Honnei. Hznruzirel lxie. Maury Mice Snmernn, Hencxn Atkins, Marguerite Nfznrselmlk, Connie 'l':nlvlv, Betty Bennett, Joy Sturkton. Milflre-I -Innes, Amy Nlnrphg, Hr-115 Xlq'4i.li1CC. Rilil Calhoun, Suzanne Morris. mu' fm , -xtilxx C - v Ax , t I ',:- A-I ...ex ' 17591 "': 24' Q.- I -x- ' K' 'U' ' ,lf-' VN 'ur 'vw 'I' sl A -' I , f I rx 7 - , inl' .1 A I1 Q Il -sr 4 , ,. vi is 'I . I I Af f- 'G al ,. n 1 fy av- 1- - "' J I .1 I 1 "V ND . -.- . .IQ . I , . , .ii I 11 A , S.. 124 ,L ' an '.-, r 'ai 0 17 " T 'I D' " ,, . -5 l I - 439 .HY - jk I J I-f A N-.1 1-fx XR u A A X ' - I Ax Ll u Ll' I . .Q 1 4 's 'si -. T C- -4-- w--v , 1. ...." 6 1 . 'N ' 2' ' I I A IIW ' I ' ull, - .l.J,'.-1.4: 1.11, A i -, t 'vs 1 - X.-I I '1"' in-v in , , ' -. XX . I , "' Q 'fa' . 4 N, N Y, -1 I Ie" ' ' Rjq. I NI., 'Z U ,- Il- .Il - - -XII -Xnlmr Il Inlty YI XMI r n, XI.m,1.n .Xu-luI, 'fun-x.. .-Xtklnx. XI.nruiv :Mn-I Luna Aww, Iiwlwrln Bznilcx I'wt P114 r X II1 I' ' I U, . -. 4- . fum- 4 -zmkx, Flnr 9I1IrIc5 Hart1cIrI, Iluri- HL'IlT4IL'lI. Hnrlmm Ihvlunll, NI.ur5 I!-wkn Bully III-L-Norm, Xlnrx HL-Iz' , .- g N 11 ' '- ' ' Ivy Imllk- U Lf X n I mutt. Imlly Iu1'YlIIk'II, Xanax Ihnuril Naomi B11-llm-lt, Ihfrotlxy Iillh, Ik-xrrlx I'1Iu11Iur I"nlr1 In I'r - , . 1 4 r If-IQIC, XI.nrgnr4'l I vII, I'.nN5 H1-rI:m4I Irmxn umbaa Q i 1 'vs ,N - . Af I A- ,D A' -3 A? W- WX Q, , Al I ' 'r uin ,M , C.: . I Q! . . , T idy. Ariipiv. , i , U l "'il ,""':fx Y A I. . A .. 14 , - or W HAAALP 4 j 'W' , af" 7' , iw., 2- as 2, L -X f . ' .C 11, X- Af . V . if 2 , h K-7 4 XX, ,.f V35 1 L, 'l W ly 1 ' ' 4- .. ,.1g.i... , ,,,, A i,-.,L..L,., , L 1 ...J ,Ln ,i .,Q,.,x ., ,L f-. R . ' if-3 'S ' Kr QA f A 'H . I , - A 1 2' f 'T' ' . . A NX, qi"'gu- .Wi -'XJ Y XX 'Nm,x'x W . -, Y 0 ...iii 1 V W , .x , I ,. -, JF, - r-,Z A - .- L 1 ' 1 - 'LLQLSQ-4, 5 4 K ' ,I . ' I I I 1 ' V. .1 L -of W an Lf or ra C ia ,J .' F A ' A 1, V ,ay 2 5- i , . fi' i 1 -f , J I 4 -1+ ' f J vi "' ar ' ,th 'N "N ' ,i CJ ,fr . IK Ng ' i . - i . in N ' ' g V Wi A f "Iv i I 'V 1. 1 , Y " aim: l ! V X I . UP' 'X 2 C i f ,A 10+ 75.5 Ar", ii . J 'Ft Wlgrxx gi X' , V ,. 9 ' ,,-. ,A V,f-423, 'f I O ,il 1, ? .5 Z' .flag Ai il ii .l 'wg 'lf .1 .. . ' " f . J M . lr fqifffi 5 -fzfllfi . 1. Paula Bruce. Betty Buffington, Mary Alice Bunch, Barbara Bunclscho. Peggy Burns Shirley Burton, Rita Calhoun, Roberta Campbell, Ann Canine, Glenn Carlton NValtou Carpenter, Marilyn Chamlucrs, ,loc Ami Chcclcy, Harlvara Clary. Belly Cohen Ann Colrman, Elizalxcth Cooper, Sara Corlrin, Mary Ann lqnscy. Carolyn Coward Imogene Cox, .lune Crawford, Shirley Crawford, Betty Crook, Libby Crouch IMZIOXZJ -x qx I 'vu 'R' A A K L- i ' 'A' M '- ff' 1 ,- 5 X' e,,f A X 1.1 ,, N, W g W... A MQ , 1. Q Y V 4, V- K-4 V Xvzllf' 4 'UN 3 A wx 1 .. -x ... 15 ,. 'i .wx is lvx 9- an 4- ' s-- Q..-Q ? sk 5 1 bf T7 .1 'Cf S A 3 ' 'J , LW 9 H ' 17 , ' ' I U X f wx . -W A NI' .va if is 6 , A -.1 4 gf, Q ,lf ' .1 v bm xx I 0' F 2 .45 1 f L' J , C vs '2 u f , . Q. 4 A 'CQ ir 5 17 I 14 . I. Xvs A ' , :SJ 'xv 4, , -,1 ti .I ,L td ' '- ff 6- 'xg-2 x- S: -3 f- .8-N . I If X R1 SV? 'yfkfij-4 ' fu X :X n l.:mm :Xun 'mflvly Alc-rrylv L Ihrzmrr- 4 rmwlx. T".rlyr1 I,IlHI,rrT'lII, l'.mr'-lmr lhur-, I':-ui IM,-nt, Ruth Ann Imnvr :Q-lpn Hrnv., I'.4lrn'i:u fl1xr1:nx.q, Alriullxlh' lmlu, Ann liul-:mk-, Hnrlmrsn l"lllrfl!lkN I-EMM-iv Imam Farr Xlqhlxm Fmrt Ylxn r I' FIIIK1 A 1. 'U 1. XXmtf-I1 fwwur. Mary :Nun FllHl'I'1lII1 nx f-zu, lun: Mm. l.utriri.1 '-lzulm, XI.erx 'flrnlf-n il-mmg, llfmvluirm. lllrrif 'm-1-my Lrmm 'frm-gnry, XIIITQJIYVI '.r1I'l'i-, l'w4:5 4 l'lI11IllIrl l Ti, "'7:z,:,-ff ix -as xg-fi' Q Dx :Lx Q-If l 'xfiyx TNQ 4 '40-5 IVS Q-'Q 4? YT' ' X' r. J AAQ ,-. .. vf .Al 'S -Q VN A- 4- ff F7 'U vi l 4:-.l, ' f ,NJ gl Rl , ,, -J Stl- fvs T'-V 4 1 ,alll il X K ll r "fi Q l 5 ,N Y-J RTT" V xl i A " T1 i l ma , - ' ,f.f.,, 1 D ff, ll, l ll s. J , X 1 ' l l A ll ,, A JL K ,- 3- L. M ' 1 ,Q 1. 'U f gl Qi 4 ,,. . AL-x W Q , mx- V :. ., A . ' l'Llk l r' . 'ly l xl' f 1 y ,gl ' ' N V . l 1 .f , r-lf ' 'fi' Q ' 1 . I .4 1 , ,f-if ' iff, '- 'i 1. :' :V I Mn Huy. pillhj llznmiltfn. Almumc llnrl-in, lfwlyn Ilgnrm-sn, 'll-rnlllnlu Il fry 1: llulcn Harris, Vonnir llguirfl, Sllirlcy llc:ltl1..Xl.nrlI1.l llvulmxln-1-1, Nl.lr3 IL yur nz llill, Kntlmrim- llill. Xlrmriam llill, Xlflllllfl l.l-r Ilulimqm, lh-:nm lvzm llm ck, Hsnrl lr nn Klnrrvllzn llmxurtl, l':nlq llmxnrll. .XIIIIIC llumvr, liumllxmll- Il-um-, -lllllx lllmlu lu mm In-5, Kl:u'gzu'ut luv. lqlllll ,Inman-n, lzxclyn .lcssup !,1u21b ?J I ,. gp b . 'A 1. "' '75 'ik "' :- v wr-9 I L- QL, M A -ff' .J , L l . 'Tw '-f - M' ' ' ' A3 . xltu .. W , 4 5, ,f f , . V- . W W , ' 5 .I , 4-A V W A M' jx 'V' -9- I- 4 , vw ax 'V' tg T' , .,, A' S ' I ' L- 0 I 5 , Xi 11 Jn , X jk - ,va .. 'Z 1' f -' ,., f KW " fx r ,fi " Q' x -Q - s. . --- ",:'.,"' 'cf' ' 177' 'ff J Nz 'X R gh -I f , - ,f f. .. is-f -K. f X N A I I I . A A 1 '25 rfvlavu ag W ,,, .s. -w ' x fi' X., W" -jj 4, E' XY Q7 ef M limlty -im, Nhry Fli7:4l'1-th A11-lan-ml. Ilq-r4-UQ, I1-lun-lfm, I'.-vw. Vlunw. Ruth 'lump ,ln-Alrruv KL-mv, Vcuqy Ku1u,S5lx1:1Ku1w-x, IZ:-Hx lm.m lxxhhf-x1x.Vll11n' Kxlvlfvnx V X I nl v-'.' ,nlnr-'v,.J1'IA .Q , , ix: ' .xxx N4 'me . f-W., , .A m . rx lm-hm Knhlkv. Hznrlmrzx Liu 1, ,me 11- l..mu r, I'rm -11114 lux, I lu, l..lX'.Y'1l1 ,l'l 1IrtNlnr1lxy Xlrinl 1'r lml X1 rll llxl llf.h.x'1- l,l1q.:l, IJ4-lurw l-rm:n1, l.ur:1 I,-L Lulw, Null: Xlmlvlflx. l.f-1- Nllllflvlli tl X- In A4 , ..,-., rl! " x LI ,fx 1 MW! flf 5 lx ZX W ,N 12, 1, Fx' " 6 h , ' 73,5 -2. 'Ar 5- Lkf X , "' 1 , 1 ir N l I A .. Ah. '.-.,. ,.,-- ' 'Y'-H A mm, ,V AV - ,Vg J AJ Mg iii- ,,jt.,?, is , x , 4 Jig, J N A 'X K ' - V, 1, tu T eb' mx, at 4-A 5 M A N '-su , 'T-7 -1. fi., 335,31 ' ,W f d,,. A Hg. " . ' V , QQ, A ..-rr Hi fx 1-9 V' X, X "T , 4 --XJ x" M .- A I . V'-.f Y 4" p 1, ' . . A, -A fl: 'tx X 1 'V 1, K r Q' -' ' .,...-lf.... ' V I V' 4.5 .V . ,rf ' ' , 'N ' n' ., NX 9 H V, n 'hx 7. ar 1 . 6' 'is I , ng- r' ,r fn , fl ' r -1:7 . ' M , if 1 -N, V " lx. 'C 7 .. fx Y T A: ' ' 4- X X5 F ' f M. I r ' . X.. f' -'F - , f, V -, V , x .. , J 1 A , N f 1 v I, .N W 4 3 xx If r , Y X ' . - 1 .J H fu -- 1 I - x 1 - - K' '- I' a - . I my , Q 'za fi- 'xx x 73 ,Q gf. '-if GN Qu -:X - f'-X " K -9 'f , 'ff v4 xl -7 if X f 'x,, . I A' - ,N ' X., N , I ' . .' A .tl , -'I ' "-. X ' YK r r rf x--r--f 5 - 1 V Q .4 is f k r AL Klzlrgueritc Hnrsclmlk. I':ulrifi:n Nlnrslmll, IK-gucg Rlnrriull, Suu xlilflill, l'7gnrlv.n':x Nlnllu-ny Betty jenn Matthews, Margie xIC:xlhIlllj', Vat Klclioxmlrl, Ilnrmhy Mclflwcxm, Hum- Mrl'Q:uln-c Mary McKcnncy. Jennie MCKQ-ttrick, jmly Rlclmuplmlin, llnrlmrn XIcNlinn, Ann Nh-mu-r Bxxrlmra Melts, Margie Miller, Ka-mmic Klixon, Helly -lczm Xlmnqmm-ry. Yiruinin Nlurggm Suznnn Nl H ll R Q ' " ' ' ' -' ' ' e 1 orrh, Q en louto., f,l!l'l:llI1L Blurphg, juan Blurplq, bmucr Murphy me 1' 0.1 '- I . 1 b x f. A- ww 5-. 1- H-X .,, ,. 1. . ,vt , I,-.Z Ag- x ' Qlfgr. '-s.. I it-ga x,,, I Nur t XX.. ' " x x ' ,lk wwff. Q H - ,XL ' I ' - ' "" A .X K x , N, . fi .gi , I L .- J -- 2 -.. .. -N 1. ... :X -A. if -L- VN-v q -7 , I gr- v if N- 15 N ,Q X X .. ,I-jf i X 1. fa" ,A A I ' . 1 1 ', Q A A I -, I 1, :QV ' ' A' V ..r ' ., - ,' 1 ' V A 1. ' 0 1? . ' 1, wwf' , Qi N- X -.- ., N C , ...- -if A 1 S Y vi ,gh ! . , I--, A .- ' x . s. I R- . . ' 1 'lr I 1 I y 1 L fl . ai 1 .yy fl 3 1 1 ,f 0. ,., sg rr " +- 4 . w , 1--Wx Y 'J gf-' A1 ,.-"' x 'IIN ,- , . f- ., I f 1 .1 X X . 1 1 I I V I n - . . 'J 1 . , as ' S - -,. ., -- 7 4' 5' S L 4 Tl 'D D T' Y - 7 - Y-1' f ' X f '. -,A , ' I N- M-37 XX 'N N ' " ' F' ' , , I x W All 'q ' A ,S in Q Ijmllj, Blurb, wlunc Myrxck, Nnmarrl NQX'.I"IlIlH, Dum- Nm-.ul-c, Ann 'lxnrr Martha Purrixh, Vqfmlyn Vu-ncruk, -Tquo111vlj,u1u- Vhilpvlt, Ann Vnnk-lun, vlvznwth- I'rmwnto!l Itxza Prim-, Klinnik lxr Vrim, Mary K:4v11-.ny-lwyfc liznllxl-urn, Mary pXnm' R-'rlnmmul PKIUII Rvifl. Anm Richnrrli, Hvlty Rm-, Nhhlrul Rlllvvll, Szuih N-Hn 91 a irn Sm' SIITIFITCIIIN, Sm Nnmuxlz, Hvtty Snwulvxnry Bllnry S:'I!cr2, -fmmnc , 1 p . uni eff ,,,,fv--V, fl Q i .- "-- , li . tk 'vs '13-X Qrw - 1:-ff ' '-f --H- ' x X5 ' Ng.,- . .vi I V k "1,'4f. 4 f ' - '- - .,4,- I L E i- , fi.- lv, Y, V' 7 7 . , QW "Y i 'Q ,Q ,L f-G'K. A ! . A I' Q k A-' - ,.,. za ' n -,- ' A X x- X g n V- . A C -' 3,6-'wx XT? x tiff A Q-Y-v X.x,!, . xi -'4 , V Q ' I 1 ,C " xiwm . 'f 1- V' A ' 1 X' Vik' ' X-2214 . i N , ,. A X.. 1 l i N. .. ' .i -A-M i A A i ii . 'II 1 ,-. ,- A Af A i b i-V vi - i su 9. n-'K ,Q av- J wx -5- Y A7 ' ' LA 1' -Q-" 'Q ' Y' .-44 "I A1413 ' AQ i ii' ' X, K W K v " ' A Q ' X fl i i L N xi ,! ,x ,b 15 'T 'Sq 'W "' rvx 'Vi oi l XLR' 1, ' - . ,I it zx 4 X., ,X . ' , -- ,,.- nf 'x nu RW Q, A X Jr X-X , 5 I f Xi ..- sf, I 'Q M , . X ' .1 " 1 ,. Aff L l LL ' A 5 Q I ' s rw-N Q ' N .., Y 'U gh , ,J aa ax " 4-su V W?"v- i, " . ., V v I N ' ,, kv. ,-'Q' -' . F - " A- ,V -W V x, its 0 In 'l I Ufx 7 i im- Sk-glton, Vin-rznimliiu' Snmllvy, llurmhy Smith, lflhcl Smith. Kllli1in'L'Il Smith i Dolorrs Spirw, Bzirlmrzi Stsiplutmi, joy Sturktnii, Ami Story. Sam Slrinuvr W Mary Alice Suniurzui. Vunnic Tzilvlu. liziih- Tzmnvr, XI.iriIyn 'lizim-ulvzium. .la-:in 'llwuplvi i liwlyii Tcskuy, .-Xnn Tlmlnpsuii. Fam-l 'l'ln-iiipwii lfd " , Iintlirxn T ' ' " ' , . im llmiiipwii. ,luyrc 'l'hril'l D r.ipi1v.ll, .han 'lutcn, Burl-urn L'sry, Huzcl Wzilclcii ' ' . l,0uiax Wqlkcr 'd' Gi , . .ng 9? xi gl ca n ,L , I 4 . img . hh , f- flu 5 tv I fx -, , "' '- -I .. L... T? ov- . ff? nf lf! ' 5 if Tall Eleanor Nkhixiiclrl, iirlmm Milk. Shirh-x XXIII1. Yarn XX'illi:1mSnn, Marin Xhlmn, Nvll XMIM-n VI..-XNTATIUX I'R4 JYIQRBS ".S'fflfr lwl. iwlfur mlm' C5 a Imy, unzbfw gg, Qu 'I 1. 1 . Us 'xT.w I! av- '27 ululx Hall, llblllxi' Wznrfllzn'--.. :Xlifv While HHN Ef wu fill :I :rid uxws rn dfffv il :uid flayj lf- I-'fx 5711 muddw df l"HfI:V pm 6415"- I-xll 11 mud vwxs an dnb ft :nd rlny. . . 'fl 1. 1 T4 . l. SUGAR CANE TIL yu' Ilmfiux CH ynxu if VA. Il v " hmfifx rn .raw il, 1 bu.. lt VII y-nlcf if lun 1 1 Lux brl. it" dex gnu " ff -L' Vx Margaret XYnn1lxx:lrcl Zona NK ru,hl off 1120291 "l'iur um I 11 x fu :pill cv: :fur Ax 1 1 1 IIC R-'mu r 1 P "iw-fc' .'.'rIIfzu:,-' 1' I Jr." fy, gp 'M Q J- '::. 2- 2 Qu Q.- Q-,I + -V . . L., Q, 7,47-V W '-I xx xt, ' C ty Y -:, '1 L, ,, S- ', . L' V .4 J F F 4, :sv-, :T av-LZ' K-T S,- 'Q' 4"' Y:' 'S' ' 19' C I Nuff . x 'E he ,I Q, 4, in f , , M, Q, ,, my Z' 5 ,. ,i '- :: "ar ' A. ' xx " , ' Q5 4, L, is Q" , , v v ' - ' ' , QI 4 A ' - A 1' . , R 1 A ,L F ff, , ,X -V '-st , 5 .:, ,.. 1. ' I- 'Q - V x, A' , J ' . I v I 4 fx B, , - . 4 ., I .,, - J., L, . 4. -Ib 4:2 px I 0 2: wi 'sy I -. ,,. gl g, '3 ""' vx' I ' xx I 11 I' " X 'I A' x A I - 'I Ln A , 'if bf -Ai 3 SF 2- . 2' .I f 5 I -T, L' ' . .1 I 717.4 A x , l'nroI Bcnnctl, KIOIIIIIQ' Vlnrk, NI:4r,iy "Ink, I1.u'II.4rn VI:.rI:. II-:In Ilzmmrvu Ii:u'Ivnr:n IIl1I4m'x. Hnrunrvl I-fuir. ,I--3.-x lfrmrkx, X nminm 'IIII-In, I'.uIImf 1,-Irvl.-,n Dull HQII, Nancy I0I1uwn. Klilllrul ,Indiv-4 lmixj. Kumi v, Y.mr5 'Imp ,I.:aIm11fI-llr WI I lllll XI rx I In n I XI I-, XI nr XI rr: M:1ryI.:m1I,,L1 s .1 , . :Ib .mg 1- , -luv. . .Ir . .Inn . N Amy Murphy, Ilnrolhy Nvtlu-rI1m1I. -Iuyw I'1Iw, lmrfqixl, l'.v1.,1, -lpgm 511-unfl Gloria I'tIc5, Frzmcc- HI'14IfIIk'I', Bcity -In Ily Q1-xx, -IIIZIFIIIA XXmningham Jieahm "Inf flllfr Zvlrlxrlwxftx ynu .spill da 51n'L1,h.'. lffgllt dm' ylfll-'r' fwun' ltr xlidc. ' .-ln' zulzm' ywn finf .1 Mnxulz rr l1.1'v'. O lYfx1'll ,vlnvly jim' dr lu'dr." tllI'XKl4,Ill XYXLI IIISNIX l'R1llll't IIUYS l'lFFlf'F,lQS N.'lf.'!l1ry ,..,... .. .,..,....,.,..,.,..,.,..,..... SL'li BERRX 'I v'.-lxvurrr ....,...., .,.,.,., l if PlllfR'l':X f'R.'XXX'FURll Sm Hmrxl MMHM ,luwhllllk ywljhn Hwkum f'winI .llfllxflyfw ,,.,......,....,,......,.. Slllfl.l.l'lY l'lliAN li-llw rm ' rm.-. ff-r-l. Flu-lll-5 lirnrfl Xfffnwr' Sli-X llrfflllii Vzurnxcll 'Hr 95. V ng I inf lu'-In Sm llvrru. Nl:-film 'wfwlx-.ix1, -lam' lfulrsmlg-, Anm- H:mkin-nn, l.fmi-r Xldlzalwr, Frznwcx Sm-lzc, Kun l'uNc5, -lnvkim Xlnrrnj.. Xlnllxmnsm Avlnmx. Nfmnd l'f.':.' lil:-Jmm' Rr-lv:-rt-, Bvwrly Farr. Nlnruarn-I Thompxon. l':4ll5 Zurliulx, Nancy lrimmim-r, Ann Klum. llnn-l Vricr, lllrnl Hlgn-nn. Sm- Vnr-xwll. Kmy lk--:nm-r. Exclyn Hcfkum. Illini R-rn Yu-.iqm Kxrrhvn-. Ilcnn-llmay vlolmxton, Pirkcns Cook. Mary Helen Phillipf, Aloyre Powell. Norma Lxmlucunm, Nlirlam Calc. ,ll-znufttv Strinucr. Xlary llavxf, f'Ql-'lrm Stcinlruru. Shvllz-y Bvarrl, Sandra llnrlvy, Martha Louis, linrlmra llnnnc-ilvr. l':lm Strzm-Q, Rrvlwrm f'r:n-.for1l. .lzmc Wien. l l'r.'m..'ul .........,. ..,....,....,..,.,. I -.X l'.l,N X HI-.l lxl Nl l l'1r.'-l'r.1fil!.-::l, .... ., ...Nl :'Xll'l'l I :X Ill H ll PXYIX 3 A m,QQ,jnf-21-+1-OTJ : cv - -1 X V' Q5 N 1-0wP'0f3"'5'o'o ff' h f . f fl 4 "h - . X 4a..ow:W3 "JT, Q I P ' SSB Z vm 2- +4 A 0' J ' 1 -'- 2 4-1. 9 ,, X17 Q--.. - 5: X 'If' ,B P'1L a ' :P 5 - -'-A 1 - 5 4' -11 'J' Q X 75 ' U' 3 .Qi 'I 'W 41 5 - K 5 41 in A., -' x 'Q - Q-an ll- V- . gt' -'img-,,mf1-Q'd I A X :D M Q a gy I 1 3, kq 1 Q 'A - I ' PU -fr-:+F"'f1'f"' ' N Q fp -' O - U3 -ik iq umm-c'I 0' 5 my g ' Sd s: ' 5 ' f Q , .,1A,, 5 f' 5 G, k F . :A 1 4 . 5 W ,X X fa , Z 1 w QM 16, U Q 'x A 0 Q M- . . -+ ' x - . 9-V 5 A 85.5 A 1 fy , Nr F f 4- f U 5 W X 2 Q" 97 42 M ,- 1 X , ww, og I, i ga El -I 7 -K lf ,N TX m I Q- Q 1 iif m .xx in E2 M 5 Q VX E Q 1r 5 W ' 7: 4 A" ,VW E... I-l U, I ff, .f ' I' ,o 5, C-4 "' "P E-I Q L9 f Ep , Q T 4 I . EL I Q , 3 Q T Q Y Jf , ' 9 N 5 . F f -mfr ,S U, F Yiuirkr' kg r iii - 'Xf- . ' ' 'if . X , V c , r 9 A V , ,, L 2 G! 3 3 fa '? ff 7 Q ,Q 95 Q lf 1 N e I. Q 0 ', 1' f IT1 E T 5 A, A V M ER X' .Q 'XY I 0,-w4Prvlf5 4. ,xaff Q1 ,, we , Y S - f ' Q ff ff 'mf-' Q 5 A I - -cfm-ff-wcrfm Q yy ex Q X f 95 6, X -4101-+040nll7 5- ! xii ' U3 5 I gj I N X 'II .h P1 E , P 5, bb 6 15 , cv ' , rv bzgffz QQ e V its U W 1 ., if 'Q -- . ' ' ,S ffl ,p V l fflf Q: f, if 9 v 2 X qrjpa.--mmf -vJ'N-M4 -d N. .-L. n Q 1 m i Q 5- , 5 TT, it gl '44 'l ,,5n0., U-fIf'U' 'amq I' NC If j Q A 2? Ula ,,,,,,,L-,,,.,,x.f-n-wc T93 ' gp x5 ' ' - Q ,A E, ' P f" L 'Q' X ? 611V U gp U rn S - I1 4 A, . -' Z Ep X? Dj E A . A U7 .f '. W X X i SN 1 ' qt, QA D , " 4 I O . QA x 'A 4 3 5 . Q 3 i 1 V S ' GF I i if 3. if 1- 15 ' J ,. Q' , A Q " 'x g 3 I -+ Wvr. 'A .-M , ' ' ,Djs .AC ,,.v.' 5' ,.,. A 1-. v ,. -, LJ E' -1- - x '- .x. A' . t- V- ,. ll 14-X 1,1 3. .Dekoack P,xfaDOUC3'B5 DG1U'l-71? IV. Duvnn G.Dr,L,Ou1'J 5 ffcfguarcfs Fees: V Fkvrrc Q E 5 H ' 'W' fy T y V' Q? g Q Q E1 ' qi 9-.4 f ' V ' . 3 V A 1' fy , f. 't Sl-fav!-auf ' gl J I-farm arm M of Q I-lanlfr'r13O7L ,A . I ,KP Y' -rf ?f A-Q Q .Q Q Q'-X X Y I I , , X Q 1' B fqfak 6 I. Z-ovefffzavn xg fr-redcng,-Q 5 zz'-raefa Md J Ga rfdm-Ld P7 Goocff-U,,,,, C Hdclf 11. Lf- 1 " u 3. G? ' ' x J - QQ I . I I 1 ' 4 ' A s 24, X X 4 ,Ax L. flfdivfrrzchd P7 Ffdf-lzrquei Hwbf 17 A fydlxlfx C ffirfr' 3 XV X-fxfqocd P ' T ' + 2 -A . 'S ' . Y 4 In 'Q ' 3 Q ' ' -uUQ i 'N Av 4 Q oy 5 vxf Y , V xf 1 2 -A C L-Is . Vfwlfchens 5 :Z Y- E fff lduff 1 , K JJ TIC 1 DQIOA SIJVI M5 C N. L fm 77-lic LL 211, H , x ' ' pf' 'lf 'S -D' k 4 Hudson e7 I-fufchesovz lfJacA5fq.u C M A1-mm, J'l-Kf7'g1-,errS C.Labogscr,0- U1-63671 bfi von. -us Q. 'Q-v' . Qu- V ,' W s 5' Q L I. In X , ,. i .4 f f .- l x K 'EA Y- W ' IA "N J JN 4 E AeePfrc7'Te lVlLe,dbe77'e,r Skedbeffer J Leedharn. WZ LQiLQJfl5 Z3 449611 ylfxnn I 1 I I 'P A' - - 'V 'H' FWQESHQ MAN " -pf 3. V' ,ex-4952 Q bfi E gf , :, he L , 4' . ,F fi ' 1- 2 E f a Y' ' f V tl' Y 2 4 , P76 rfzuj' ff S, Wldrkerf ' ' N ' I N, Mc,G'aX:,+9 V f f 'N ,J ' ,- :, f if 6' W1 1' .- 2 'N 'Q H -' V--' - ' "M -c Y - "' "B , ' .i',L, 1 A Y "3 X1 '.. V X i f 'K K A1 - 'X X V X L' I l x ' F Maakendree C- Marsh D. Mb-rN'n fwavfilf K' N, P79-2314-.The V f7'Yc'n7dA6'l C' Ml?O'y N A717266 ff A, H , 'A ,J ' 1 ' W' A D 5' ? V .Lf X' ,n ,. 2- ' if 11-B , 4 , T ' "2 L' 5,5 ' 7' gr 5 L. I l I 1 .L . :Q I ff-f I L 'ff C7 13- , Q-' l f Q 1 K 1 X 1 i , , .. ., - x 1 . 2 i x, N . X i'MofJzeu-X BMOYVIS N Mirrfb JMaT"3on A3217 W p NUYXSV J-N"a"l9ef7 Jfvufaag A7 Mans . E .uf 14 XV v 7 - 12 x 1 ffl Qbfxf Q C A 9 ' Q Q f 1 a S? L "' 'T 'P Alf F: 5 - I :vw Y v 9 ff C ff N 6 X , 5 ' ai 3 ' W 5 ' 5 2 X. Q 4, x X AMufa coal.. 7Dff1M,3n JMWW, PA, fyegmgfz M f-A P1-U fffpe x ' V 1 4' xx L: 7: N! " " 'f 4. if 1 -H A 3 '59 ' V 4: 4 L 17 1 . N 7 ' -f x , V-' ' 1 V I l , I 1 ,uf fx K ,K V x Y , , 'gif A ,NN ki! ' B ,N ,, i 'V Ejygff G ,,5.A.fYash CA' N9U'7"' M'f-Mwgome' Mfvgwroh 4 0490? x Mpavmam 1' f ' . ' . if "W 'E' .,, W ' 1 "f X f . X t '? I wk' X " we E . J ' fW'p'J9efF, g E"Ded'S"'L E.732Y"f'k'15 M 'reruns L59 73f"0" 3 f N 3 f " 5 Y 5 ' ' 9 Q- e 1 .. Q . 2 fp . 1- LA Q .-A - Q 1- 3 V - Q V e , xi pf 1:1 Q S1 '1 V ' , f . X 1, 2 W .. T5 I N Apu lm. T' Y W XX X ' P56734 5 f Poberfs - "'AYxa1QY avec :R ' X X sw X " ' f , J Ibuvm- " Speese , ' W - 4 A 7 fl ff ,- , l 'I .. if j gas f .5 5 Q- 2' I '. 17 4 fr s lx f . Ny " M 1' X A I ,Tiff " - Q .xx 3--' W' Vpowdf A 4f Pff-20.17. Z27?wce a, Z?rf.c4 fLPg2S1:L. N 4z,fs.ffaQf1ef5 A1.f?hades ,. .-VG I Q- is UT is ' " V :D A V f .. by . E W ,ig Y 1 X ' X X ' I, I I. 23,7?fbAdmfs 7?.7Pfakeffs fx! Pfvflri A Fobevfe YG. Ziobcrfson ,' MJ Fu fo J pu rmbfet, - .F 'As ' X - 1 9 tv ' ,E 'f 3 - ' , T' ' I r-X , 'l ' f f - ,, 'X K 6 Z5c!.??1,f!e if Scores Bd:-b5r.giJ'ed11 Qfygeyygge 94 5,4 V E A T Kg? A fy X -N V , v 1 2 - 1.dC Q 5 - A rr 2 5 ,fff f 'X 2,9 C ' ' c Tl '-I - 2 Q- '11 2 fi T M -4' 3 Lv ' 1 c , 1' - 1 U I il " 6 Sf ' , C , 3 K2 I fb Ga 4 3 Y ' v f ' 5 J ? W .1 rj-S75'f'ncjweY l':57'uvfL ' ?S7rat.45S .351-y1,,:f'f'1, G 57E.'w1'mu9 s o , " , . AL I :fx X- hx SMA LU H.Qdfpf fx S-'l,l-ymzff' LQL' 5,.7i4 c. L Q N ,U . -J 1 f 511W N1 if Sa .- I fig fxqf jp Llfhi X476 My 5-ivqlyr ns' .- D , X s- A V' vs-9' ',,, 5f,' if ,' 'I My N ' - . A:-1' H 5 1 r . - M , V ,S , g"-fy '11 , , Rl. N Y I I SO,,,,,, 73SfDQ,rmdn Ibn .C x Y Cuccqr Alziqgersfcq ZQJ7-ahncy E 7h,y,uas E T v v I Z boxd C71 f A 5 1 I ar 2 C Q5 . - -. gf nr '2 ,a 2 91 fy -1 5 g V' S U Y P x 'Q I -,, ' , 4 ' Q gx . .E Mf!7":C?'L1T pzurgfy' 'fa I H7-LUV: 11 Y fx?-7-AO?Y1p50 " 3 - C, 3 I ,gy . fx -"- ' 33, , ' 5-1 O X . . I. 1 X. Y A 6061! B L1,6ffe.Y 3JCd!zi7SkeY A --. 73Ll!jf.fn- '2 - Q Fjbw-Maison , B wllfldms l T N 1. N 'L N I .. A f ' Q ' '- ' , 4: -gf f EYWf!Qd m.5, Gwfilffarfs 53 ff!f's G. 56'rbroua A D. 56f,f.vmL,fmff Qhlh fmfle "Skip: mu, lfrvr Fwy," xv: lfrur Rabbit, sasuu, ".vm1Il'lr nut my "1 ' K ryrlmllx, Hu' fmt my j'r'lll',i Ivy dr mmlv. ln ull! off my 1ug.r," ' , - l 55:50, "Iwi riff pluurv, lfrvr l"1f.x', duff! fling mv in flu! hriur- 'YY I ' Lf ' ' xv .-L--, - -. " u f'r1!l'l1.p .Y4'SUF, , 'Q N ,J 1 l F. 1 c'u1'YRn.lr'r Pnxridrnt .......,....,. .S'vun't11ry,, ...., Trcu.mn'r ..,...... Brtly Alum' Arnold, t":1rr'wly11 Rlzxgrmlcr, Adelaide l'uncl, ,lczm XVooflwz1rrl, Szmflrzn XX'l1cclCr lillQll'l'l-I GRAIJIC l"OL'XCII- I 'iff-Prvxirlrfzt ....,,. Plnint Illanugvr ...... Sponsor: W.XL'I' IYISN FY I'R1IlrI'CfIONS OFFICERS .........CAROI,YN MAGRUDER 4...............ADELAIDE FUND ......BET'I'Y JANE ARNOLD .........jEAN VVOODVVARD ..............SANDRA NNHEEIER Miss Vallusin Anchors lux! rnfrvl l':liuv lluII'm:m, lily- NlrXu1-c, lfllcu l'l'lrr', KClll1L'flllC llnilm-5, liillir- llnllmxzuy, Xlznruznrvl l'm'lcn'Il. l':nr-:lpn Xlzlrgrln .lfllll xlUUllXX.lI'll, .Mlm-lzuillu llllllll. Szmrlrn XYllL'L'lk'l'. livlq -lillll' fxflllllll, :Xnnv l.mu-ry, l-Illlll'l'lllk' Fulk. Yrrzu l'rlcu. liznrlv KXIIII llixml. Ann Sxmlvln-r, Nlznrilgn lfxzmi, l':nlly Strong, l':nrul5n Hmm-I1. 'mul nvrv: Xlzuulrgl -l4lXXl'l'N. Nlzrrl :Xlicc Vrf-uulu, IR-guy lkzlrurlc. Nlnrtlm llzmlvn. l':mlim- -IHl1llNUll, vlnyrv Klmllx l1ill'llJll".l l m llllflllll. xlllfylil ll.t'Il2llk', Kang XX 1-vli-, SZIFII lnlnmm, licnl .'xl'lIlI'l'XXN, llornllly llnrkvr, llzuxn l'c:xcuck, l'll5lla l'c:lrrc, 'rw Xxilllilllv. ltlu l':m1ul irll mtv: Nlanrixumn Vanin, nlnzmm- Scwl, .'xllfll'l'y Frm-. lil-tty l'mu-ll, llclcn Smith, Yiruinin llmm-ll, l'zmwl5n 'lr' K, llznll. Bucky Xlxllmnk-, l.u111s:r Nlzxllznrll, Nlwcllc Hur-115, Nam Xlxllmnw. llully lurlluk. Nlznry lliII'li.,l0,lIl-lk'llk'l'1ll. . XA' xx f " . ,. ' NN , ' ' X. Q .' Q xx V ' V i sr x X- ' k if H 0 5 X J , 1- . , N I ,Q L' K Q ' Y 'f 9 'W L1 f, Q '- , .2 ' ' :Q Y 1 fb l , x ' IIA 5 .V ., ' X , xv A , wma K Andy mm, A k f - E ' N e :ws -.fer K Bu lex, M A Bbldwnh D.Barkcr Nl. Beard b,BygndQhbu,q pq Qilayk a- 1' P .N Y 4 ,B ' V U an bf I .9 if 'T' 2 4+ 'P 'E 'Z 'tj 5 K K " 1 - V- N ' I V 1 ' 1 , ki Q A I 4 blccok P Cook G Cvucgix M,A Crouch S. Davis 'b,Dodd MA E-ppg H. Tk-Taker WJ Flsfekev I h ' ' L I' - ,JN A 6 t .2 A ' '-a . ', xv . LJ - ,, 1 N, - 1 ef f T1 -. 1 f 1 ' ' A ' 1' X. A Rec J FYXLRS 'Q V'-.:v'3:f, 'R Cyl-uffev Hflivqfdot EJ -4 JH.-ver C.Gv-aFFis P Hall .- -w 4 Q - h 5 1 Q Q A , . , ,C , g '-L Lf' fl.. Q 4 1. Q - -' :- -XJ 1 v1 'Q v nv, L, f wg V. ix ! A 4 ' N 4 - a A . I 1 f"l.H5vdgvx R,He.vxd-ng H3935 X4-TLJ x- 1 C. Huvxdley SvJaCk30"x pqlni. '15-'Nh gtjgjwhsoh WM ljohcs A , X Q S , -r G. 1 V' - 72 x Iv: V , N 3 Y ff' - , N . Y . 4 B VI' I 57' 3 ,I 6 r' . 1 Ll v f gg .J , al I ' sg A I ' K Q ' if' BAJUMP E-KHP-'T"4'-k 5 KBVCSV' J KMU5 5'LNeAbC ne' B LN""1V"'C"-""'K HLA-L-'fv C.f'1B9vudq.v- J Mevrioff S A G ' fltifffg' " A Jw! X -ll ' Z- ,:,b -' ' s 'Q , ' ' - u I ' ' ' lx fr, ' - 4 1 4 V' J Navsc balk BYY6- Dowdd C-f'1lE.lFU1'W J' MQGQUMX F M'Nu" Cv,Yv1evrL1 Skvwovvis H' MVYIC' L' MIA Oakley ag' l K N lf: ' P: 1 T 1 ' S- ' . W V i 7 I-l.OQT,'en V P'l.0u-cw-5 D.PeAc,oe.k ,W-E Y - - k ,f---A - . A X f +R f K". "' X f' X rw can T,-A C,-5: 2 ' 'req ff--. 1,55 f ,ey J 77 Q: T .QW , 1 1 ' A, pe TQv5 H.powe,H Mfpowell Bpril keff G. prime: JA. vmCTcY 'Pu-nl J A,RgC5Q ,JjA4'RQCkC,, L .Ji .4 P T5 N? ' 1 ,L V Q9 ' I ri D,'Po-gevgy R.C.'RooYk 'p.SaHy B.H,5kiYx7xdv F Svvunkv. 'B-Sheflfqwud AP-ghohg 5,-f'avLy'vq, l"'l.T5e9.,4c, ,I J A , Q ' 5 A i A ,J f fp :s : N N , ,A iq N is k '-T T." 7' Q : :P N cl L A ' ' . ' I Ve " X D.lvnpleT'o'n 'P-TUV-all J Thowms N.Tkovmas H,TRowmpson E.Tnnw.psau H. Nkvdevy- M.WaHame lVl.'E5.Wallace I 9 A . .V RA-' ' i'rs. -fr .F R '3v.g,' T, 1 ' I5 ..- 5! 'RQ 7.1 Ts' :A YV -3 :X .id S' xc. ff L xi' YL - Li W 1 ' ,V , Y I kv I 1 v Jwafk-,MS Kweeks ,B,WclBawxK3 Evvilliams N.W1'Iliawx5 VMIAQASQHPWJ4. I W,.1.J.,,,,3 MAy,,,g,c,,.O,,L,JA ' - xp- N v 1 h ' 5 i , K qxt M --""A .. V F T "I 11 R Q- jg in it 'Q' ':' nz, .T 3 5 A: 1: L3 S L. wb' -4, ' -f V JL .- XJ, 1. ,QL Q: V -- U - , ..-, x 5 ' X ! -1 , A A . -V N x .. P'I.youmq Bxjfnvnolel C. Havvisor-. 'Ez Hood M. Howavd E,L:k-mann I.f'7l'Iav5l-, f"'l.MaWqews C.l'1'iDov-Qld .6 3- A n " Q.. ST 7 l in 'H' .9 ,gg I' ...Y 1 5 4 Q ff 4: Q ' X- .f u , 1 ,. Q , , . , Y Q - 5 s 4 1 1 , 1 0,pqm,, v.Pv1C., J.A,5w1 JA.s.w.1f. Ysmkn Dwauwp Blum M A wan E.WeshmqfQh ' a- Q- A 'UT 4 il -Ll r -I r vi -. ,SMLBQQXGY gl Wxlw' wi ZQZAIQSZCQJ On the following pages "Maids and a Man" proudly pre- sents the eight outstanding personalities of 1950 who have been chosen by popular vote of the Senior Class as Senior Superlatives. THINK ON THESE THINGS Whatsoever things are True, Whatsoever things are honest, Whatsoever things are just, Whatsoever things are pure, Whatsoever things are lovely, Whatsoever things are of good report, lf there be any virtue, and If there be any praise, Think on these things.-Philippians 4:8 Yffr nl 1 I uni-ir' Niifrff-l!ig.w :..'r.- i1.'ii.-rwlixl-x' ,fliriifilwd fry lln' .liifmvm Xliri limi if 'ij Lflili flea! Jfff M20 me ff ANNE CARMICHAEL QQQAQAUJAM X um mx- , QW0Q !31ua1z.6AM HI1NlfUX AX ',I'.UR',1IL 1 0 1 . , ' PWQINI 15:55 4 I 1 V.fXRfrLYN BL'TI.liR ?0WMAl?lQ .-'kL'5'I'IN 'JILLILAXIJ ,.l.i1l- ,QW AN I-. R.-XMED.-5.1-11 ..,. Sh.. vr JUDGE? ERWE'? SEDREThEY'2 DJHMQXYAX SEMQRS GOING l Z'x.l.1y-L 6 . fx., "' ., X Q, ' ' V .,, -' - 2 QN nu mu or LHZE 'g suuzsu 'g I3liEmiST'g NULESEK 'e DANGER' WLEWE ll 'Q -umuuma fg ffffakh I, fuel I liIII'IAI PHS I I'I I Ii XIQII VI'-XI-'I-' g. I. 0 '96 'l 114- rm ' Ln .nf .t:' :I I ., x 5 1 III 4 . .- .. VII'-II XYYI I XI4XIII'll.IXI'.l, l:'.II ,l.XXl'lIlfX1I I :II 5X1 IN XIXHX 'IIKIQIIIX IVII I XIIXIQN lXYX,IIIl.ll.IX XIIIIIKIQ I 'IK X' I- XI1II.INl'QL'X XI XIC'I'Il X IIXKIIIQX I XIIW vl.IIIIIIIIII Xl.IINlI.IH -I-:.:, YT ls N .1-4 Ffa! s A fffk N' - Dx!! 'A-,,V.i - 5, XI l:'I" " ' ll II'I I- .IH II I.I 1' I'I:II-, H.IfIl XXI.IIl1Irff-rvl. UIIII, XIIIIIYI. KLIIII ,I III l.- III. IZI-III:-II, ,l.IIII HIIIL. f.IrI-IIIII KIIlIlkn'. 'I II PQ .'I HI! X, LI I, IIII I' I 'Ihr' l4.II11-Ig. III:' V' A I-I I "II- X " '.I II'I I IIr.I 1 II I.'zII -, Vr:InII-- VI--.-.I II, SIILIIIIII XII III-. XIrgInI.I 'I .-IIIH, 'II xI1nI"lIlIIm, IIIIIIJI XII-IIrc, II 'I I ',III II I'I li. I I-.- YI. 'I -.I XI -I-'Ii HI -.I-rlx Farr, XIIILI 'IAIIfInI,I-, K-III IXIIIlrI v. - I: , '.I III' I '-3' 'QI--I" II: l'IIxIA II-.III 4II'I"I'II1, l,:I'II rn IMI.:-A XI.Ir'IIIII. IIIIIIII-,-, I-II -Mm llumllrlx, 'II-uI'x.I XILIIIN, IMI- ','. Iis' I- II- V.I I. IIIII !I'IIIIIqI l2,I:IIA VIII-'x:III I EI:-II-I,-If-:II XXIIL, HIII-.III l -r' 'Iv.III XII-IIIII-Im, Xl:IrIlI.I lf.Ir-IIII, -I--I-I HIIILI-. FIHITURF , -'l .51 . .N 95 . xxxkixx ii , l l1L'SlNl-QFS ST.-Xl I . in I .i f ,ky- Lois Pond, Sondra XYilli:ims, Kitty Sililcy, Billie wlczm Ruth, H1r.vi1li'.vx .lftllllljlfl '....,..................,..,..........,,..... SUNllli.-X XYll.l.l:XKl5 ,-lrl lfdiliu '.... .... ..............,...,. l . HIS l'1 PNIP Cinfvy lzclihfr ..,,....,......,., ,..,.,..,........ K l'l"l'Y SlHI.lfY Ad'r'vrlivrmrul lzrlifm ...,,..... ,,...,..........,.,,. B ll.l.ll'Q blli,-KN lil"l'H lnniilly ,N'fw11,wi': Kira. litllel Slilllllll 9 , 1 ,QNX .3 V. 1-- V F l l 1 'I7' 'l i -Nl NDR X XX'II.1.l.'X l411.vim'rv flflzizlzgrv l l'ir,vl lfifzct Smirlrzu Xxilllliilllx liurilrlfv ll:-u..ril, Sllirli-5 lhirli-n, l,rvui-. Xlffizilicv. Vznrywxncr, lfxtclli- lil-:mil-mlm. X ir:iui.i ll-mi, Nlzirllizi llviiixtrcvl. . , . , , . . , llilsn Xl ul..-, lrugy Will-ii-Lx, Nui ' ill un XX l n ,Siu-mir! lim." Hzirluirzi ltnlumk-, Luv I mul, Xliilliv Hurmli-ll, lxitly Nlilcy. rlnanim- llzirlim, Slixrlq Ili-.itli, lily, XML-lx lrmli Nil i I ir lxn Xli ruil Vrul Xlirrx Xln lli ll xx l Vinum 'l'illv Quitnr Nlurplix Vinum Il iiirl - .22 1'I'.:i", A,..l'CL'. rvilrf, I '.I.. '. D. Tlzirri lx'.f:ut liillii- -li-.in limli, :Xnn llullxiimuii, Xl.iry Xlzirlin, Sm' Hurry, Nulliv 4vr.u'v Illrlir, Xmy lin-xiii, lli,'.il Ili lllm in Xlil ill l'uml, Hully Klrlizilmw, -li-.an Ulnuri-N. ll,nrlf.ir.i Xlvllx, I . flfzv! If-IH-L fwfr , - - - . - - xl 'blk X l'.+11.I1sl.HX ,IIIIHII 111:-1 ldzl 'v' I' -XI BI,-XIQIZLUI' .III lI!1'l,m- K.X'I'III-IIQINI-' IIIl.l, AIIyXX I'I I XI-.Ii Sf fwm XIIN. -H1 II, XI IN- X .III:1-I.I Xm'Iw'w 19. . 4., 'G Ii' NI N N In "II FIA 'X IHH '-:HY-X , JM ISI!" 'I4'I'I K5 'W H llllllllil 4 If I I .4 I II II. Iv' IQ I 4".1uII'II"Uln11 II'Irr1 l'I.+rIL ...A-N' Im-I'11'If,1v1-,I':nI XI.rI,ut,IQ.,-lmIZI.,.1.IwI,I'1.InI:n.. XII.1I,Ih-flu 1f,I!,r.'I.' Ixm, xIfIJmfIx IwI'. XI'I..mLIIIm, 'Kim I , rrv-Iv, IIIIIII II.nrw, I.I.Iv-I-II. Iwrwlw.-. N1-III Iv1YI ',mII, 121115 I1-umlu, IZ.l1yvx:I11'.u.r:1 fi zmea "' IOANNE HARBIN l'f11.vif1u.y1v illaxmgcr' l'fi1.sim'y1r .lI.nii1y1.'r ,l OA NX li HA-XRBIX lf.z'rl1L1n5,'c Ldilifr Ili,-XX llL'Y4fK Cxrrulilfzfuz ,lfiiizilyycr CARULY X XYI IITLU l Scaled: lirzicc Rlnlinuux, Carolyn Xlliitlock. Alczm Boyyick, Yiviziu Hulkriiiii, Kaitlin-riiic llill .qftllldllljll ,lczm Huyck, ,loam l'itncr, -In-:mins Mays, Hzizcl Prcfcotl AlJYliR'l'lSINlQ SULIl"ITURS ? VK 46 ...ff f ...fl 6.-fr' van-11' -I Q k 4. . liirxvl ly'..2y': Vaimlyii XX'liillm'k.lh-iii1- l'L-rkin-, lilcniia Hcmlcrwii. rl--:nine ll.irliin, ,-Xllulu lin-yy, rl y Slflflilllll fvunrini ly'.i:.-, liofcrnziry' Fu-fc, Plnrlmrn Rlr-rria Slullnyr Bc:-rwl. Xlgiry lhiyix. .-Xliry' Ugmlcn, IJ-uiw XX:ir lziyy. Xhlfglllld lluyw. .ll'1ll'y'llm' Sll'llIlL'I'. Xlnry' Ann Uriklvy lfurk lybzc: Xlzurllia Smith, Xzinvy' Trinimicr, Beverly Smith 11 lnlhkll if Jfjlifi eK?C'l.6 1 J 11.111 11111-1111 111 Sr11111rf :1 1111 11111111111 1114111111 111 11111 X.11111 11 I1 1111 N11 -1111111111 111111 11.1111 1111111 :11 11.111 11111 N1-111111111 111 '1'1111111.111 11111 11.111'1'1'1'111l.11111 111- 1111x11'.11111111 I11111'1.1111111.11111111111-11111 1111151111111 N11111.1lN11111,1,1111111x11111. 511- 111'1..11111111.1r.11111A 11,1 11111111-1 1-I 1111-111g1111'.111111111111111.111-..1111111111N1.1x111 llrf -611111.11-11111. 111 -11111111111 .1 111-111 111 1111111-1' N1-111111, 111111111111-11 111111111 11-.111urx11111 I :11111 111 111111111'g1-1 1111 1111111-1-1111111111 111.11.1111-1'111 111111111111 'I11l1111.111 111:11 S1-1111111 nl :I 5 Ur 91 1 .X 5 -Y E1 1 1 " ' ' ' I -1 A I , 5 xl - ' I ' ' ff 4 '1'1"11'1 115 I11111' 11.'.1111'-'1 I1 1 ,11.3',1,' '1Xf1.1 1"1,1!11Q1x11 ' . '11.1!11'11111 1'1111x1"X 11111111 XIIX 1111111 1111 11 11 1111 X11 I 1 1 1111111 11l1 11 1 1 1 11 11 111 1111111 11.111111 X1.1". 11 '1 ' 1- ' '-1 1111111 11111111-'-1111111 '1'1"V1 1' 1 ' 111 11 11 11. 1'1'. . 1 11.1, 111.. 11.1.1 11.111 111111 11.111-1.11 1111111111,111 11 11 1'1,1' 111 f J' 1, N111 1.1- -1 51,111 N1111,1111,11.111'11-111 13111111 1111 111.111, 1111 11 1 X1111 1'111'111 1111, ' '1111 111 1111'-11112 l11.111'11'1"111 1111111 111111-11 11 111111111 1x11 X111,11111-,1'111.1111111 11111,11,1111.11.1 X11111 1f11-' '1151..V1.'11, '-Q111- 111111 1.111115 ,1r.1'..111111.1.1 11 111 111111111 Seafcd : Standi V Q 1 LC.: ' Sally Nixon, Florric Fleming, Mnrccllu Hmxarcl ng: Anne Carmichael, NYzxlton Carpuntcr, Annultc Banks FICNTRAI. COUNCIL 'x E1 an ff liven fatigue PrU.x'u1fl1f .............,... I :ru-l'rr.rzdHll M'fl'v!11rv nlxmur .,.......... l'uin! .Ulm rw! Cnf1lu11l,,. .. .Sf-.fr1.m: 'A UFFIVICIQI4 FIJJRRII-1I-'l.I-IIING " 'RD ..,..,,..,Nl.-Xlil lzI.I,A HIJXXA ....,.......,....SALLY XIXON ,..........,,.....-XXXIQTTF BANKS ...,...XX'Al.T1JX IQ-XRVFXTER VAIUIICHAEI. Xliv X. llurulhy Huins Xli-x HL-llv XY:xll-cur lfruui Row: Luft ln riuhl. Hn-tty AI.mr 'Xrn--I-1, 1'--nnw 'IMI-Y-. Vzmvlyn NI xgrmlvr, FI1-nriv I-'In-umiuu. ,lm-xwll lh-mlm. Sylxm Xhnrkrrl ,S'.'fm1d Run-3 L'5nlI.1.nliult-.un,-Xnl1vl1vl4.u1kx, XI.urllu.1 l'5n, Nhru-II.n Ili-u.mI, lklvlvnw l.ug.m. -I-llll' llrnu. Nuxlyn Hum--Im, Nvllhflll l':mrpcn1cr. NI.urlIm Ill-nmn-11 Burk lfnw: Sm' Hvlfj, ll:u'lv.u'.x .Xllx'u, 'Xnnv l'.nrnl1, IMH5 l.m kry, 5.4113 Xixun, Sum Blnnvhnrd lu NIH num-ll livnu- um 1m.lm'. l.11-x .gflffenf Hhfm f 1. . , , x ly, ,,N. W, II I I I X" ' I I I 14 I ,xv . I,ffII.I xxxu 1 uma- nun , , ?.. f V. ..! N . x.-, Q if ala -., n xf- -. ,I ,"N III' ' 1'I'Y .. ,f r., 'JI' v' 1 III Vim ,. I - IWrI.u' I.:v'.ur.I I-H.-,1II, I'l1-rru I'Ivmm:: Ivy-II I. ,.., XI Im.: I-. II' I'.::,-11, I"-V IIIIIIQ-1w,5:III4. NMI-11 I ' I' I II I ' I I I 'Eg f 1 A, I, f I 0-J-J 1 t "FPlV'EliS f m"f.fqf:: lil, 1 'KX ll.EQN5liY y stir itiyitiix l :f.,:' Tinxzx Gkll. i'w,:I'L'l5 yu- f .- ll-N ll-,rf Xl t Null Blanchard, Mary Alien Blair. loan Fiilmcr, Betty 'lean Fcll, Nell: Rtitli ljiiill, liracs Harris, Ann Nw.-miii. Sanz? lin Connie Satclicr. Gloria Vliillirw. l'-tguy XX ilcnslcy, ,lo Ann Tliiirmwginfl. Paula Bruce. Ilorotliy Hctts. Rutli Ann lmtifr. Var-dj rx Davis, Madeline Fcrst. Ann liulumks, Margaret lyic. Marian Hill, Sue Martin. Sylyia I-Qin-yy, Ann MQn,ur. Knit I "-rrmr. Ma-j. .Mutt lit-flrnonfl. Butty' Singlctary, Betty LFry, Marilyn Tancnliaiim, Connie Clark. Barliara llulcss, l'at5y Alwlxii-tri. lliriaiti liiiplzizi-. Martha XYalkcr. Pat Nyilliams, yloannc Beattie. Sara Baaliy, -lanet Buckner. Rita Hroixn, Gail lliil'iii-. lim-rniarj. litwt. Vfvzizi Haycs, Ircnc Forclliam, Ycrncl-laclvm1,,lavl-crlyii Hulcliuns, -lill Muductt. Mary Martin. Marjorie Xcmtmi. .-Xlicy I gilt-rt. Mary. -lam liufci, Katharine Scala, Martha Smitli, Lorita Surat. lilizaliutli XX illiztms, Fay' NYill4in-tin, lmrfgitlay Hailuy, Mary. Luv .-Xgtr. X171 Broun, Martha Cain. Bea llntld, Hclcn llaniclx -lcan Friclv. Mary' Ann lfiipi, Bctty Hartvr. 'logic l-liillgu. Vlyri-tizzy ilunillj Slljrluy- -lglqkgfmy Bnhliig Mqlnyngilrl, 1 arf, Mcllmialfly Iqtyw LQ: lllrlficlrl, Helen My riclx ylurry. .-Xtlnv Rtuxu. Harliara l'r1z1tZ, Sara Scoygins, Vatricia Sallcy, Sliirlcy Tarlyn, Margot Tcazuc, Patricia Half, -l-.yqtg Xyall, Snack Bar anfl Fire Xyiarflciis Sttirlunt Slflft Maniiucrx Ufficc Afsiftattts Ill UU. Nr KX , ' 1. V , 'l"'l11i11:1 lfiti t iftr '..trioti c., L t Uilj., lin Q. in git 2111 iiltzii .i- staixtfltzii ' ' V'ili:.1t:i:i v u-1 F3 F3 Aj ll. -Q F ?L- lgilfiralury .'Xwxxt.liit- Fir-t Airl :M-ixtaiitx l:Ur:4r'. Xvltavxt- Vl.,'x5SlU ll 'M Mi 'Yll' l'li' l 4 4 i 'l'l li 'i,li'lQb 'llf'ilXXl1"l'ill 'tr'.1',, 'i 'X i, wl,.l.jiQii1Kli-l-i .1 'turf Wfwll --ll fi -"' 7 :rt 14.11 iTt,,n' i-i lliiikl N 4-film :fain wiilivtx fi- liiu V-1-'iv . V ' it iiiiii'..1w i- N , .UR i ull 'll L 'X lt' wily l' ' l 'RX vi ' 'i'i1', ,init-, -,-,hi ,N it 1:1 lt l - H A -i-H11--'iii' ll' 'f"' l 'il l-it r .milf 1' wi' ,irl 'i Vial " X 'i 1' 'l 'wt in-t -ii"i-swvit ly -ltillt-il i.. E-mill. th uw..-'E , ily. i ,,., ji ,fum K-Wi W3 -11' '- ' 1 fi -' , Y:'it:- litirzg . iniiuii tiiitrati-r ui- - lima' i- . l ' t . L, M, ,l,,y,,1 ,wi tr.iltiri.tx.i..itLlii:X1'tx iityi MN- . tmitinatiiil IH iilfw.-.:ii, ,:rl- il ur E. Q .Uni QU ilu- favvliy .izztl i- ill N!"-li':2 l-. .ir-wlyzz l-Tihltr ffirtilyii ll..-l-ltr: -X':i:i ly ii-,g J .iii ll-'xyiflc Vin- TZ' ll.1:'1ii:' In - -, Xl. l- iitiu .try Xml V- x lim: vi l-Hi:-if kv., EQ-. ' Y --,lt i li.mrivll.i:1iri:1 Vuizliw lliiltim 'lil I , ,,,i 1,1 - i ,. i i.. x iv l I" -'MU' 'l' U" 1i.tr1i..r.. um. yiw. ini.-..i.i:i 1.1 ,..,.l- iz-,,,:,1. ,,, lmlimj. Nf r.i v Mix- Xlair' llwiiti' 1 1 4 N Wm! .Wy ty, Xlnry Ram-nj- I.-mx Lu' I utr-, Huh-u Hnrris XYAII-Hn Vzariwnxur Xlrzf XX 1Ui:m1wu, fum- Xlyrick, IF-mm Tzxixlw, 5H.7.H1Uk Xfmrrw, Xlnrgxru' ' ri"- :1x ,lv f' :Rf If G. H4115 NIf'Q.1lw1, l'Inrvf1n lVv:":u'.,13, 'l':xl1u1.111 HAH. I-lnttj. Km. Rmb -Iixllkwl. Nlfxruarriu- Xl:nrwl:.1H4. 1093 f 016 Nf Hx. ri Mu- Ruth XIC.Mxhffu vw! J" 1. "nr-flxm Knhlku. Huty Hw- N--11. Xhrilm Hum-trul, KI:nrfcUa lflou- .mi Ii11lM-lvxrml, I-in-!j.u TL-kj., H4 Hg. V-XM m, 4'-Huw H.v.mi, Huh-n Xlr-vxnf, 4,,r,,f Mn I'n.wm'l-Q 'E NFA pl "' Pi?-4 ...Q- ,,. ' ,. - f , 1 -1-f '1.',f- ' i i"'H""'i -fi -gi 'A 'T ' f' 4+51 if Af' rw ' E-. -L 4, VT, 7 ,JY ,f 1 f ,, ,'-1 " -Q-fl' -'-- -f' "'1, 'v fn T3 -,jffi jiva,5-QV -vf f ' ' .i in: -4 - F 4 V 'Y , I Q ,-nu: in ' Y Y H Yr P, . . 3 111 111 iii 111 ' :if in :JE J-' fl: - 7. ,311 '- '- ,- -:X 3 1' 1'i"I'l1 I uw .115 , i - g- V ' IW. us ll XIQI Xl Q? . 'Y - ,, fv,!f.':1H 1w5u,'.x 11" rv wx wi -.- " ' . I. 'Q ' '- 4 - , x. . I '- -.4 . ., . u, ulxvl lIXlxlxlN " ' 4 , 1 , NHIIQIIN xlzwfwl- 1 5 L 4 l bl U1 XXHH111 'Y IH' I pi lfffb - , G V ff 4 e -4' ' ' It lilo- 5 v I'iT1f'l'!P?lf'3 fhrkirl-. ,fuwll Hunting.. Hlvfrn vlfvltrm-wx, Yvr,1m.1 'Ibn-,1H, NENWUV Mbml, 'mu Hnrrz- Rfulgrm fflffucslf-x, Hnrl-nr.: .-Xllvn. Van-w3j.11 Kvumfij.. FM'-rm Yiwu up ww! fm law. T.1Hi:m Hnrur. fxlnrtha lfgc, V111 Ninrluxt. Mun-y Vzfrrxxlz. lm- H-up '3?":1'f' k7' Z ,,,. f 9 Jani? 6 115 lfl7l5IVl-1145 PY't'J'll1f71f ,,..,. ..,.... . .. MVX' NTI l IA HULTOX I'i .'1'- I' r'L' fit! 1'f1 In ,.,,, ., .,.. K.-XY Xlil-QLAXDS N .'l' v'L' I llr' 5 ,.,........,, ,...,...,,....,. l ' Zl'fT'1'Y CCIHEX , T r'1'11 ffl v'L'v' .,....,.... X X.-Xl.T','X 4fAliI'EXTEl7L xr ',1 x4,,'g up s Llk. ugh Bud fi, ' ' . Firxf Rozy: Seated: Sylvia Melton, Ann Livingxton, Krulllucn Smith, li-Zil'0lj'l'l Butler, Nulle Ruth Guill, Mary Ruth Brirlgca Alcan Uliwrm, tfyntlxin Bolton, Kay Xeclxmfls, Marcella Howard, Martha Hcmslrcct, Frzmkic li:Ln1NlvUtl1zLn1, vlllflj xlCl.1llllllllI'l, Lilllly Cl'OllCll. Grace Satchcr. Sara Stringer. fllundl Hcrrclcrsml, Mn. Suu XX':ulu H3 rrl Stroud Ruin: Standing: Mary Annu lqoscy. ,loam Huycl-1, M:lr5 l'mwll, ffzxroling Kulmlkc. Betty joe, Marcia Levy, Milclrcrl Rulwn, lkttricia Hlzulflcn, Betty Vulxt-u, XX'zLlton Carpenter Third Row: Lora Lee Lutcs. Mzxrlzn Hill, Mary lizunezty, Butty Huumn, Hulcn Harria Annu Cunipc, Frances Powell, llzlrrict luv, l'XcIt5 Hclrnly Glenn l':u'ltou, lixclgn hlcssup, Mar- guerite Marsclmalk, ffurolgn lilllmnke FuTuVf"f ' x. ,. kd? l 'lf 3 00602761 fb!! :,. .A OFl:l1'liRS l'r.'.vid.'nl .........v........ IHQXKQUYAN ll 7 l'if.'-l'ru'cirlm1I ,....,..l... lili'l"l'Y lil l Mrrllllrx, .,,.......,. 'frm vu rm' ...., IUKNI-' HR.-X4'li S.bX'l'1'l ll lx , .,.,.,,..,.......... l .Xl l..X l lxLI I ,Nfm1r.wr.v: Mlw txllllllltl l.llllN4lt'll Mus Sara: l'lllllrI'l lat 1.5- ' I opp l'ir.rl lx'-'zu l'.ltti Jxllll 'l'.lrly1., X.l11rj. V.ill11:gl..lm, 4LlHrl.l l'l1lll1ps, l.lm' li.nQ1l.nlt- Nr. mf lx'-rg. :Xxlm-ttv li.mlX-,Ulf-r1.1Llrlllru-uv. l-lm .Mm Xllllxgm, lit-fix Xlplr-, '-mm ?4.m'lw- l rr, linux:--x,l11 lwwm-, llxllfx vl-- lllfruv. lirxvllj MrMxrl1.nl. Kullltl-rw 51Yllll-- M,4r'. lint' llruluw. Xa-llv Klum lil.mrlx.u'll 1l,llY'l! lx'u:.'. Mnlllm llyr, MAH-l.l Xl.lllu-xxx. vla..1' Uliurox, Helix X1-ru-ll, t'.1rtllj.n ll.ulllcn. .xllll lilflrzmlx, llmlun Xl-lx-tn. .xllll 1.41111-v. lilm llullmuxl. llcllj lrfllllxhml, M43 .-Xml Vu-ug. XL-llt lilltll Mmll, xl-1l'x'l.l :XI1-lwl. Saul Sin Lum "i 'T A Aefa A 1212 17019 H1f1fIl'1"1iS Xlrx 4.11-my 511-Im, Ir 11,11 111111111 111111114 11111113 I .11-1111 11.11111111.5,1'1111,1 X111 111111-11 5.1111 x.1x1111, X11111 I 11111111111 v Y K . - , ., a. 1 L ,. , ., . -A V L VV,V 1 .V .V1 ., w.. , ,MV , Ah V r , Y, V .V - vx, ,R .M ,V , A. V ,wi , , -'J f f 1 , . M'-Jn, - - -V ,. ,. ' ,v. " . , 1 ' 1, n- "--1 - ,Af-. j - .1 V. .V in V - x -1. 4-au., V V V1 ,., V- V :V , V VV V V -. VR, . I-11' 1-1'-1. 5.1111 X1'-.1111, 1 111111111 K111111:1', 1111-11 11,1rr1-, H1-1.1 1-11. 1111111141r, 11111 X11 1'11-111, l11.111111' 1"12IT11lI!, 511ll'1t'j 111.1111, X1:1r 111.1 111-111-trust. V1l1'1f N11'1.,1'1-1 1111 11 111 17111. N1.1rq:11'11 "r11'11f. l2111'. 11111---11. X1.11'1'111:1 111--.1.1111, I1-1.1 1.11 11111. 1.X.1111111 141111111113 Xl.1r1 lC.1111-.1x, 411111111 1.11111. 5211141111 X11l1111111-11 1'111r1'11 1'11111111:. 1.1111' 111114, X11L1111:1 1111,-,111, X11.,'1 11111-,, 11-111N1 XX:11'111.nxx, :Xl111r f.11'1111111,11'1 .X11-1111 '1I11I11lHl1, 1:1111 1111g1111'1. '.11'1-11-11 11.111f1111, V1,111X11' 511111111111, 1x111x 511119, XI,11'x V111 XM-1111 .,.,,,.S'XXIlIC,-X NI11'HXN1i111 111 WYXIQ 1'.'XlQX114'l1.X1fI 5.-Xl.IN XIXHX , XIIU-lX1.'X '1'lDXXlI.I I XIUPLX N 1IXIlli14X v f'rr.x'z'1lvrz! ....,,. l'iu'-l'n-.virl ,Sm1'ut11r'y .,,.... Tl'I'I1.r11r'f7' .... C11 ufvluin ........ I Quia J 2 X' OFFICERS PARRISII nl ..,...,,.......... HIQALI1 HARRIS ...WHAIQRI PTT Ii I' ERKIN S , ,.,....... XXX LIVINGSTON ,. ....... BIETTY ,IO IAIORNE ': . I QVI JN I-Iifzvl Row: Loft tn right: Hnrricttv Perkins, Ann Livingston Ncmurd Kurv: Bett3 'Io Horne, Graco I'I:n'x'i5 Jxx 1 s.4 Anne I':1rr1sIv, lux! lx'w:v: Hutt5 Nlyclw, l'nl Hnkvr, Annu- l,X1Ii'I',f.UllIIIt' H:u'i1'zl, -Ioan llill. Ing Stm'l:lun. Hrncr lI.urriN. H1115 HUIIIIUII. Snpmnn X w wld lfnzuz Anm-tu' Hanky Rlzxrcin Allxu-fl, Ann I,ix'ingstun, Vanrolim- Ilnvis, Iintlncrinc Hill. Annc Ifnl-znxlw. Nun-'y XXIIHIIIQIIAIII, I ill I x nl flvnrgc, l':Itli-Ann 'lQ1lI'Ij'II, Slxirln-5' Allguurl, H1-lty .ln Ilurnv, -In-nn limxifk, 5:u':l Hallmxzng, XI.nri:nn IIilI 'ml lx"m': Kzxlhlccn Smith, l'an'ul5n llnllvr, vlzun' li:luvl.1lv. Xlznrg Vunull, :Xnnc l'ilI'I'ISII. Haig BIIIIICIIJIIWI. 'lun' ligc, lI:u'ricttc I'L-rkina Ill llcnllu. lzlvc Xnn XMI ,I 51" 3153?-it . -- CL I 'I I XII V. IX I XliI'XIQfX XII'I I' X N ffz III-III I-IXN I! 6 "lI'II.IIlI'I' IIIIIIILI IIIII' r'IIII'I'l IIIIII III' IIIII 2I"IIl IIII III III1 NIXIII I 'XIIIxI'XIx 'II IXIXI5 III-I I' IIIIII' 5IIII,I, IIII-II I I-II I- III-IIIIIII I- IIIIII III ,I III1IIII' "IIN"III-I XIIII I XI.II'.I I III' 'I X I ,I.I,II - I .X I X VIII- I I XIII' W2 'I X N I I'I"1I I I XI XI.II I' I'III-'II'-I'II II YI. - 'II 'X IlII,I IIIII -- XXI II xI,,,. I , I I.,,, I I I I III I III :I XI.IrIxI-rl N IIIIII lIII:. III.IIIIII.II XI.II'I:III II.IIQIII-Il, XII-N IIJIIIIIII. SXIxI.I Fx IX IJI XIIIIIIII, IIIIII: II, I I'xxI'II III-IIIII'x ww 'K I 'IIIIII.I x. I I I IIII--III NIIIIII,I XIII IIIIIIIII XIIIIQII III IIIIII, NIIIIII I XII,I-IIII. II I-,III II I'XIXX I IIIIIXXI. I II IZ 'XIII If IIII XI-I 'I XMI XIII X--- NIII, 37 XIIII IIII I XIIIII I'.IIIIIIII,I II.. I I XI I' XI IIII II IIIII XIIIIIIIII II.. Ig IIIIII I.III .N I'II'I -III I Im I .IINX I I i III IxII'IIII I IIIIIII IYIINIIXIC III IXIXIN I III II! XI I I I IZ XIII, III I',IIIII 'XI.,II IIIIIIII.III III IIIIIIIIIIII'I.II IIrI I'IIIIII.II IIIII I IIIIII II IIIIIII, NI 'II IIII II IIIIIIIII III XIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIII I I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIII It IIIII IIIIIIII IIIIfIIIIfIIIII I IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII I III I -IIII.I- I III I I IHIQIIIIIIIIII II XIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I IIIIIII IIII.IIII.II I IIIII-I IIIIIIIII I'III - FI IIIIIII IIIIIIIII XI.II .I II X N I IIIIIIIIIIII-II XII-rIIIIIL -I-I-I Il XI.Ir III IIIIIIIII SI IIII IIIIIIIIIIIII XI.II IJ I'IlNI III IIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIII XI.II :II I.II1III IIIII-II II NIIIII IIIII N I I ' I XI-I III IIIII II.IIIII I IIIIIrIII II.II I IIIII'IkII FIIIIII .IIIII I..IIIIIIIII II. II IIIIIIIIIIIIIII III I fII.I I I',II ' I'I III I III, I .II'III II IIIII II I1 I ,IVIII I III IIII4 IIIIII IIII I II--, II.IrII.IIII XI,II 7 IQ.-III XIIIII IIIILI-, I .IIIII II I II II I I'I 'IrIIII-IIIIII I'-.IIHII II.-III IIII-I'I.I VI IIII-I'-II. 5.IIIIIr.I XII IIIIIIIIIJI I".II-I III-II,IIIIIII I IIIIIIII III'.IrIj XI- '.IIII,:III, I III I II XI II IIIIII-rx, XI:IrI -XIIII NIIIIII-r,III ' I'II 'II fIIIIIII XI II" IQIIIII I'rIII' I - NI'II'I I I'I'.'. IIIIII, I II XI,IrIIIII, N III.I XIIIIIIIII. I'x,I'. YI I IIIIIII-. I.II IIIIIgII.IIIII I IIIIIIIII III II ILIIIIIII II XI.Ir,.IrI'I III III I' I I I'-.I'I.Ir.I XIIIII XIIVI XII II I I' I VIII' IIII- I'II,'II' XII I JI II I-.-II .I 'I XI:II IAI.rII, IIIIII I VIVIIII I' XI IVII II II IIIII1 XI IIII, IIIIII I VI -IIIII II II' XIIII Ix IIIII IIII I II-f'IIIIII,II XI.IrIIIII IIIIj,u'IIII, S'.I-I.I XI.IrIvI'I I' , III. - III I'IIII,I IIIIX III- I-.IrI.II.I XII'I,I'.III, II.III I II- I f ' 6 0 l Q2 et Q04 lhwfllln fl 'UZ 4 'V f- 1 - 4 1 A A 1 1111111 UPFICE15 H1'AXN HIIZIJIQRXIAN has K" ,..-, w JT Z? Cr 1, - '-f 6 . ' ' ,, , 1. 4 V 'Y- ' l'1'.11'i1l1'11l ,.,. , ...,,,.... ..,......... S YLYI.-X MARKERT I'i1'u-l'1'.'.11zl1'11l ........ ....... B IARY JANE MARBLU1' ,N'1'1'r.-l111'1'-T1'v11.1'111'r1'. ...,.... GLORIA STEINBURG ' I ni' 'V I 5 3 I rr ' - - ' . , S - . ' , , , ,L N . 1 , . 1 'm l . . 1 I 1. - , Q' 'Ti' ' x. 1- V it - , , Gqri V . . .-. I., if 1 3 1' I , - -..-WGA77 Ax ,-5,1 Q' 0 ' . . 1 ' 7 11 In r .F .F ! '- 4 1 ' , 4 Q H15 'lg Q, 1 1 CA1-11x11A11 UF E1'12N'1's H' v ' 4 vague FRESHXIAN CHOIR ' 4' 7 .Q v-"" Z Oct. 24-AASSClUibl5' L'nitecl Nations Day V ia ' , ' H., ff ' 8 ' ,. Nor. 17-Asscmlrly Freslimcn ' U , Nov. IS-Asscmlily Sth ljriiflc I . - Nor. 23-Asscrnlvlg Tl1:111kQg4i1'i11g programme -Ya. 51 , 'Ju i Dec. II-CilTiSKlTlilS Carol pro11r:1111111c, KIu11icip:1l Auditorium ' "' - 4- " Dec. I5-LIJIIXX ood Hospital 5 . . .- - . . . Q Mar. .1-11.5151 LCl'lYCllll0ll7xl0l'1lll11l session J Y Spring Concert 111111 party l1l:11u to lu- :11111o1111ccdl A ' f ' Opcrcttu M1'11111tai11 Music hlzitc to lvc :11111o1111ccdl r xv- . . ' .W ' ' ,Q . 1 f 1 - . 101 ' 1 L ' X . -J A1 l'.11 .-X1l11l111 l':1r11l111.-X1l1'111'l4 l.11ix ll:111111111111l XI:1r1l1:1H:1rur111'c li11i1l1iL'i'i11slX Xlziriaiu I'l:111g1j-ml - .-4 - Sylxiu ll1'rri111111'-11 'xllll ll111lx1111 X 1'I'l1h'i.iZl1'iix11ll I11-1111-ll111:11 vl11l111xto1l 1 l1-111111i1- Nlzu' Kziuq l111l1 l.1'1'1ll1:1111 .ln .1X11111' fX111'l111rN 5:1r.1 l'Z:1ul11 ll111111l11 l'11l1 lit-111 lla-:uit-1 -l111l1 lluvklvy 1111111111111 I11'11111'11 .X1111l1i1'1l111'111:111 X11':1l11:1 l.11l1l1-1' l.g1111':1 lxllll l11111111Atl1' Xli1'1'IZ11111- Xl:11'1 I11111111 i'Xillill'jll Il11r1l1-ltr Nl:11'll1.1 l.1-111- X111'111:1 l.i111l1i1'11111 lh-111 l.11u:u1 ll:11'l1:1r:1 L1111' Xl:1r1,l:1111-Nlzirlult S1 lx in Xl:1rk1'1't ' ' l'1111x1:1111'1- Nlllfxil Si11l'lc1'Nlr1'rill Ili-111'NIo1'1u11 M1 rtlr Xluu: Xllllrxilll'-1 i'i1illJl Null 5l1irl1'1':'x1111 N341 l1:11'l1.1r:11 l.11l1-11 5:11':1l.11111-1 I l.11'lx1- l 11111111-4 lgirlw l11z111 1 '1':11x 111111 , . . l111l11'rl:1l 1'.111l111'1l I :1llu-1'1111-l 11111-1 5l1irl1'1 l'11x I.:1X l'I'lll' I l.1l1 Xl:11'j11r11' ll1-:ix l'111111i1- I P11- ll1'Il1 l'l.1lw Xlziry lfln-l1'l11-1' Sliirli-1 i71'1-1i1'1'i1'l: l:11'11111'l1 Il 1 1,11'l.1111l 1 11111111- llanziu I.1'l11'N1'1ill1' Sl1irl1-1 l'1-ucuck 4 ii-11i1-l'1-rki11N Nlury llt-I1-11 l'l1illi11Q Nlnry :xllll N1-1111-1111-r l':11ric1.1 Jxllll NcS111i1l1 I l:Zll'Oij'll Pittm:111 Shirley Pitts llclorcs Potcct ,loycc l'm1cll R11tl1llm1cll Yirgi11i:1l'rcxc11tt fxllll Vuscy Sliirluy R1-uw N:1111'1'R11'crx fxllll limlvcrls li1'r1ru1l1' K11l11-1111111 -l:1f11111-I111 lio1111lr1-1' Kl.1ry-l:1111'li11fo ,l:1111-l R11111l1lc1' Ilzuiicc li11111l1lc1' Hclt5',l11 Sl1irl1-1' H1-11'rlyS111i1l1 llolorcs Sox liloriu Sl1:i11b11rg -l 11111: TQIIIIICY Rl:1l1ctl1XY11llcr Betty Aluuc XYl1i1:1kur l':11riciz1XYilfo11g F41yXYilki11so11 lflizzil-etl1XYillinn1s .ln:111 xxrllkfill .l:1111- XYr1'u 1ir:11'1' Yzirlvrmigli Ng1u111i Y:1rl1r1111gl1 U1 In I U' f fb kfai ','LJn YI Ill I 'I'I' NPR YI II. f HI mi.. lim,-xvwt, YN! limb Iwull, I1-lu lurk'-5, Kmhlwuw Smith, . Klux:- F-1v'zv 'l.k". I 4' rx I-.Lum Xml- Il.mk1uwn, X!.nrlh.1 'nu-elxxlll X-. Pin' lun. XI svvlb., I'-vv,H,.m 'n1.yLn, lhlly l'l.1rk, 'Xnm'1',xr- nv' lbw'-f IMV1 NMYM l'1.1v1l VNU, wx lhvv 'fuk R KICFVIN l1XNlxI'lIlXll 'Isl-XXI ISN! W., ll. 'lx ll" 'H v-J' lx..1N'-1uSw:vN,, Vvm. RInv1vk.5v1,'.n1xur XI1-rin, X M. ".'x:IIr-,j.mw. IHHM l4.m Hvxllr, Vlwrntxnr Xlnrl-lux, Xlnr I,N-Ms--H. I-vw 111.1-..', I.,-m I.-mn-11, I-mu In-.m iwll, I'1n ,4 vu ',.Mr,-. Ibm Xml 'I',ulyn, Xmu '.armx-'ln.u'I, Fl.-rrlm M, g.Qa 9 1 M A Wm B Varsffy " C Va'r5i+7 pmt pam-1+-I-Chnls C-Lamps 2fhGYddCRiD1TQl1hl5 X , , ,gf - A U' A ' Q vs I ta" l h-651' A 4 V, 6 Y " . Q' x . tr 32 Q U LY f A . li 75 I-. v .,- , y 5 - Q Y ' 1 v 71 " ' 9 g 2 W-M ' V 3 I T' Q ,77: :f 'gf-Q .Vq..g-. 5huffIeb0aYd and Bddmfnion F'C5x"""'1'1 V0 I IE TWO' Suffbdll Senior Basfeibal! :ss 'Tr 'lklu II ll If Vlulx, -In--I'ln'm-IIx1:Ilx11 I 1 -, ilu- Ihulglllvmw ul' Ifulnl-1r1w. -'-:lull :I if IIN'I1IIlk'I'N 4-I ilu- Vluuim' .mul Svumr I In Q f- f rllvmllw-I in lluu ll--lIpIl':Il1xv Irnlmn . . 0 l - 11-Illwl-X in Ilulrilvmlxc Ifrlu-'zlli--uw Ilu II Il I' Vlvlll lx .lllflllllxfl xxllll Ilu lull! In 622 f, :Te ip --in P' I , I lxkx- Arg sq- clk Illxtrxlmlxxl' l'IlnI4.xllcrl1 Ilul- .mul ilu IH lrllmllxc I'lIlu"nl1m1 I lull III Xwm-rn-xl ,.1 -13 I IIl'l'II IIIQN I m 11' IIIIN IIIICIIXXI II fr IIIHI IXINN IlXXlllXlxIl Nfflfrrlvv XXIIIII-IIXN I' I IIIIXIIXXIIIXIUI fl I ,. ,..I'l IIN I.I XXI XII I III 4 Ilvm-I I I I x . if ,414-E' MNH I I lnlnm Ifllwwlxw I Ifzvxl, I'1'I'w XXIII, I-'II' I.I.m-IMIIII, I,-Iv I.I,IlIwII.I1vI, XI,1lx XII-1 I1I,u1' V Nfuvfllrff Xlflrllxl I www. I-, I.vII I.IIIwv1,IIvIuIIf II-'I-ll-, II4,, IIurII.Im XXIIIII Inxxx-, Xlxmvl Ihllxllvvw, Inmn I,u1.11 Y-It l'1-'umIIHXI-Imlm Ilmvwaplml. I'-xgjl Ilrrmmwll. fxlslrwrxv fxIvIl'r IYIIII. N--Vrwv., I.w- XIIIIIIIIIN, I'.IlII1lI: I,-vlllvlhl, Xl.IxIII.I 4 .llluv "TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL SPEARS" I :nn seventy-three years old. What would yoti have done with yourself in seventy-three years if you were a girls' high school like me? Xtould you have made as great a name for yourself as I have done? I am Tuli- man High School. I.et me tell you of my history. Seventy-three years ago, Emily Harvey 'I'uliman present- ed an old liuilding on Reynolds Street to the Board of I'fducation. This was the huildiug in which I was to begin my career. I was very proud of the purpose for which I had been estab- lished. After all, wasn'l I the first girls' high school in Augusta? Until my time, people tlionght boys were the only ones who could attend schoolg so, of course, Richmond Academy was really surprised when I made my dehnt into the education- al world. For eighteen years I liyeil tip to pt-uple's expectations of me. In into a roaring fire destroyed me. along with half of downtown Angus- ta, and left me a shambles. I was moved to the lfirst l'resliyterian f'hnrch to await erection of my new and present building on Walton Way. If you'd seen me a few years later, you'd never have recognized me as the charred ruin of a short while lie- fore. Once again. I was shiny and new and once again my halls echoed K' BRER RABBIT SEZ-SEZEE: Ntith grateful acknowledgments to Brer Ralihit, Uncle Remus, and ,Ioel Chandler Harris, I am sure that if the little boy had been a little girl, she certainly would have run down to the cabin to ask Uncle Remtts what it was that Miss Sally meant when she said that we are often late to appreci- ate the fitter qualities of certain things until they're gone-then it is too late. "XN'ell now, little miss, dat do he true," said Uncle Remus, explaining to the little girl. "like Miss Sally sez -Vteze pow'ful kerless with the Lord's good things Init den honey, t'aint never too late to recommem- ber and say l'se mighty obliged Therefore with due apologies to Uncle Remus. we the Staff of Maids and A Man. wish to recall with grati- tude our songs and sayings before Tuhman High School passes as a traditional girls' high school. The with laughter of teen-age girls. But soon the halls, as well as the class- rooms, became too crowded: and, in 1030 the wing' and lunchroom were added. Now that you know the story of my foundation, let me tell you of the grand leaders who have guided me through many and various difficttl- ties. First and foremost, I shall men- tion Miss llorothy lrlains. our hc- loved assistant principal, Miss I-lains kept me in order on Reynolds Street and she and Miss tiertrude tfiomey are the only ones here now who were present during' those early days. The various principals l've had are Mr. Ben Neely. Mr. -Iohu Neely, Mr. T. Harry fiarrett, and our present prin- cipal, Mr. Lamar Xtoodward, who has done much to make me more pleasant for students aml faculty. Recently, l'ye had a grand repair jolt done lu the damage that is a re- sult of thirty-two years of service to the young girls of Augusta. I was given facials. rulnlowns, and they even tried ont all kilttls tif colors on me, trying to see which did the most for inc. You sluntltl lie able to tell by now that l'ie had a yery brilliant past, Init it is nothing compared to the spectacular futtire l'm planning for iny self. -Marcia Anstcd. ulman outgoing of Tuhman as the tradition- al all-girls' high school marks the passing of an era in history just as ,Ioel Chandler Harris' works marked the passing of an era in the history of Southern life, Xthen one mentions the name of Uncle Remtis. everyone usually thinks of the graciousness of the Old South. In that same spontaneous manner, when one hears the name, Tubman High School, everyone thinks of a high school for the cultured girls of Southern charm. Ever since its es- talilisliment, Tubman has stood for the higher education of womanhood. Now our girls must say goodbye to the cherished traditions and ideals that have been a part of Tubman for so many years. The best way of bidding farewell to our Alma Mater is by singing songs of praises and of appreciation to a few of those outstanding individuals who have helped make Tubman what it is to- day. Xtith utmost sincerity. we wish to recognize and pay tribute to every member of the faculty. student body, and all others who have furthered the interest of Tubman. The follow- ing article: "Tubman High School Speaks," will acquaint you with the progress that has been made through- otlt the years. This magazine section, the "Tub- man Highlights," is also an outlet for the literary and artistic creations of our girls. VVho knows but that some of these same authors or art- ists may become the highlights of to- morrow, another sweet singer of the South. The literary and art commit- tees of the Annual have judged all contributions on the basis of merit. Cungrutulutiun: to the contestants who have proved their abilities and superiority in these fields! May you go forward with the same grace, good will, and achievement wherever you may be as you have exhibited at Tubman and take with you the tra- ditions that Tubman High School has created, IN APPRECIATION! XYE REMEMBER if XC' f-fix lui- "- I MISS M.XRt"l.-X CI..-XRK After twenty-nine years of helpful service, one of Tulvman's best loved teachers has left us. Xte sincerely hope that bliss Marcia Vlark will en- joy her well-eamed rest, but we here at Tubman feel that we have indeed lost a tnie friend. It really scares tts to think about it. How will all the future mothers learn to make those tiny stitches which are so nec- essary for baby clothes and which she taught so expertly? How will career girls ever be able to fashion such smart outfits to carry them suc- cessfully into the business world? Miss Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Clark, was hom on December 23. tS83 at Seneca Falls. New York. Having spent her child- hood at NVaterloo. New York. shc attended the schools there. hut she later went to the Rochester School of Technology. Before coming to Tuhman. she had taught three years at IYinthrop and seven at Florida State College for Ntomen. Miss Clark has really played a tremendous part in training the womanhootl of this generation in one of the most use- ful and essential of the arts-sew- ing. Xte are very flattered and grate- ful that she has chosen Augusta as her home for so many years. Hun- dreds ot' her former pupils join with Tuhman in thanking Miss Flark for her great contribution to our com- munity. -Belly Bt't'.ruu. X119 1..-XN1.-XR XX'1'11'11lXX':X1Q1J 'l111- l"'11','1'j'111 'w-iT? .,f A 1 1 1 f' - 1 . . fb "1 I 1'1- '-,- S 1, -V 4-.H , 3 -M .11 .-1731. 1:1 . , - 1 EL' I , 1 , 1+ '1 , 1-ff. 1' "'AlLY. 1 , . - V' , . XX111-111.1-11 111'-11111111 11- 11:1-111.111.111111.1-1 -1-.1-11111 1' x-.l1-- 1 O O P '1'1- 111 :1 11111-1 111-1' 1.1-k- l'1-111: x-.111 Xllw ' -11111 11 x-.-11 -XN .1 1'1'.1l 'A11111:1" 1.1- 111 1111 -11 1111111-11 111111 1111--1 11111111 1111111114 I . , . 2 . 066106 we 1.1111.'11 1:1115 11- 11 l'vA I-111 1 11 1 11 11-1111 111-111111111 1111--l1'.', -1I1CL'1'-- 111 21111 XX 1 1-rl-1, 31-11 Xllllf 111' 11-l- 111111 1-1111-x 1111 11-- 1111 X 111-1'1-1111 11:1111- 11LAN lL'k'lI "l-111 11-111' .1111- 1-111- 1-1 111-,11.1.1g-rl-111 111 1 111-111 1.1:1111X. Xl1-- 1111111111----1. .111 111111111. WT11 - 1-r1111'11-11- 1-x1-1:1111- .1--1-1:1111 111111111-.11 111 1'111l11r1'11. X11-- .1111-111-111g111-1X P11111--1 111111 !.11'1111x1 11:1- 11-11:11 ll1k' 111-111 111111 l1x1--. . 11r-1- 11111 1111--1 111-111 1-1111-11-l .1 l'.11-1-5 1-1111 1. 1111 1.11'11-r Ill 111 1:-1-11114 11111 1111.1 .X- -111 Q11 xx 1,-.--111.1111--1111, Xl1-- 1111r:1 '1-11 11':111 111-1 1-.1 1-.-1,11 .111-1 111111-11:1---11'1511-111111111 1-11'1111 -1-111 XX ' 1 11 1 11.11'11 11111 ,111- .1l-111'j. .1111 -11 ',',l1- 1 1-7111-11-.11 X-11-111 11111.1 1:1- "1.11-1- -1 1.111-1111.1 :1.'11'1-1 11 1.-1111'.111- 111:11 1111111111 111111 -.-..1- x-.l'- -.1--1 111111 111 111 Il- 4.1.1 ..-.11 111111? 11,11 111111 .- X11 XX11- 1'--.-11. 1.-1111 1-r:111:1-.1' 1.-Mg, x. :X111-V711-111.11111--11'11- 111 -1--11111"1-,1-11:1111.-11M 111- '1 x1 A '11'1111.111111-111-.11111111111111111.11111-11--1'1-1-1-'1'1-111-141111:11, muy. Y Xlr.XX1-11111-.1111-1-1.1'1. --111'-1:1-'l1'11-'11111.1. 1-.1-11-11- A W, 11.:11.1!1111 x-.1-11--11'1Y1'11-1.1111' l111-1'11:111.11- -.11r11-1 A.. ', H 1-111 1111111-111.111 1111131.11 i.1-.- - T11 1' 1 -111 1-11-'-11 11'- ,i ,K 1... .11111 11-11.111-. 11111--1-.1-11 5,111.1 1.1' '1 f1-111l- 1.15, 111-4 XX1'.1l1 11.2171 X111111:1151.111-11 X1.1111-:11.11.1 l.1..11 11-.1 --11.j W- ,NH 1l'1'11 1'1 1111- '- X1-' XX- --111.-..11-1 "11r -, 11' --11'11111, -11".11'- 1- '17 '1r: 11 ll1,l 5-1-111' 1 1" i.. X11S5lfl'11ili11 1-1.1XIIY1. 1Q11l1'i 1111! X I 1 I 11111 '! 1 I 1"1'.'111:'.1:1' 1'1fl N1l11Y'I 51--1-1--1 11111-5 111111 1.11-11 1'1111 -1111. -1---11-. 1'1,1'14 1-1' -1-1 1'111111'l-. 4311.111 111 1-.-1111, 11.11-1--. 11'-1-K '1' 1' - ..11'-,:--1- "1X11'1- -1 "X1.11l11" 11:1 :.'.1: I l 1 11' f1.11-:- l"1-1 XX1'11- "'1V'1'.1-- 1-1 '11"1 -' N11-11-171 '-11,- ll' -I 1.11.19-,1 ' 1111 1-1-1- 11- 1' X' .'.l YH 'I'-1-1 XX-1 ' "Xl11-11.1 '11- 1-111- 111V --1.11 1-4 11,--.11'11111l1 111-1 1-.X11.1 "li 11'11 11 .- '-.- -.111 I--1'1 1111- -.1'111. 1' 11111- 'A-111-.11-.11111 l'.1j-.1111l11:-l'- 111' 1-11' --1-11 ' --'--1-1.11:-H '.111l-, ,1-1, 17- 1' '111-1' 111'-1 1'11- -l..1'11111 WWI., X11 "1'-1"l -1-11'll1, --1x ,.111l 1"-g'1 1-111 111111 .1-1-1 1.11-11'--11 11--1-111 M'1111 11'l1g 11111 1.1 11:l1111.111 -1-1111. --111---11.111-1-11r11 1:1--1111-1, 11.1-111-1 1-1 --1-1'-. 11-111 X -1111 :11111 -11'-,111 1--114. - .111-1 1-111111 -1-n1- -11:1 l'1-r.1111:11111-1111,111-1' - -1.'.:1' 111- 1- 1111-1'r11'-1-.-r'. -X11 I 11.111-11-, 111-111111. 11 1-. 111111 11141114 1'11'1 l111r11 :111-1 11111111.11 11111-l-11 " ' -11.1-11 1 --111 -11 r1-1'1-g111f1- .1- r 1-11--1-111 11- X111111l 2111111-11'11 41.1-111.111'-1 .I- l'111'1-114 11-111.111.1- 1111l 1..11111 1 111'-1 -111111 11- 'lk Xl1-- 111-171 ,1--1 X- 111111 1-,--111 1111111-1 -.-.111 111-I 111-111 11- -1 VR- .1- 11-11- .111-1 1111111 1 -.-.1111 1.1111-1-. 1-- 'I1-:111:.11- ,111- N11-,1 1--1-1.- 111 X111-.111 .11-l1l- X11-- 11--1.111111 1111-1--'1'111: 1-112.1 .,.1 X1' 1 .11 111.1111 1.X11'1.1111 1,11 1-11, 1111 11111. .11111 .1--1-1.1111 f1-, X11-- 5l11- -.11- '11-I .1111 1' -1 rl 111.. X1111111- -111-1'-'-. -1-1.141111- 1 11'N1 .1- -.-,1 11'1Q1 1-.,1.- .11 X11 SS .-X. 111I1RlVI'1'IX' 11.-XIXS 1111-' .-1s.v1.1'l11111 l'1-1-1. 111111 1' '111-111.1111 1--1111-11. 1 17 '111 111-,11111"1' ' -1-1111.11'11,1' ll.1:1-- .11111 1-1 ,1--1111- 111.1 1111 .11- 11.11l'11-1" 111 ", .'1'.:1.S X1l5N 13 XI 1x 1'-11 -.11- 1111 1-11111 1111-11.1111-111 1-1 'l l11.11- 111-1 N-111--1 1.1- 11-111 11111 . '-1. 11-- , -.1131 11 .111-1. 1111-'1111-I- 1- ll-1'-'.1-,- 11'11.,1l.---1-111.111g111, -11'-1-1-1- 1111111 1, -11:11-111- x-.:1l1111'.1x-.11, l.---- -1'.11l11.-11-1 111 1111111-11114 1--11 ""1.1'1-1 X111-11 111.11111'- IIW1111-1 11.1111 - '1-1"1l1, .111 .11-1 1-- 1--.-11--1-11 ' 111--111 1-11-11---11- 11 -11-,-11-11-11 11-1 1 --1111111 -111111 l'1-1 -'x.11111-11. 1 .1 11 11.1 1 1-1111- 1111 -.-.l.111.1r1'11- 1 ' 1 --11-11111 1--111--1-1-11-111111, 11111. "1 1-111 11.1:l- 11111111,1-.111-1:1111111-.111 l-11-111--- 111.11:11- 111 1111- --111111. 111111 -11-11 111111-,111 1111141-1--1111-111,11111. 111"11111111-.111- -.-.1111 -1-l1--g-- I--r 1111 1-11'111,1111111. .1111l 1-1r1-11111- 1I1-1111- 111 - ,111 l111,- -1 11-....11 1 1111- 1,. -L.- 111.11 .111 1 'I1 -11-1.111--11 1- 11- -1- .11111 111:1 11111---.111 111 - 1-11-1-11 11.111- 111r1-11- 1115111 111111- 1111--1 1.1 1.1-1 111111 11 1-11111 1-1 111-11 111 X11-- 1'1-r.1'- -1111-'1, l-1'-11' .11-111l-1-1 111 l11r 1111111-, Xlxw 1'1-',. -.111- 1111 "f11:11'j.", 1111- 111:11--1111. --'Y 1'1 -111111111 1-11113, 1-,111-v. 111-1 .1- "X11-- 11.11111 .11111 1-11' r1-.11 I1111' 1- "L'1'1'11111111. 1"1111rI", l'Q11'1-111- .1 --'l11111l L1-111g 1- 11111111 .1 11-l-, l-1:1 X11-- 11.111-1 11--1-111 -11-1- .11 1T11I'1 1--1111111 11,1.r11.1111-111x1'r :1-11- 111 1-111111 11-1'l111g lilllll 1-1 -1111-Q 11111 111-1 11411111 l111r1111g,11-111:1111-xy-111 X11-- 111-1--1 11- :11 1 111.111-1 1-- 1111-11-1'-1:11111 111.11 -.1111 r1.11lj. 1111111, 111' 11' flu' 1r.11'l1l'1' l1:1-l-1-1-111'1'1..-:1n1ln'1g11I1 111111'r5,X1111 1i11l'V- Xl1-- 11111111 x-.111 trx 11- rl-1-1-r 11-11 111- l-1-I1-r1 -1 1-11 ull X11-- l11.r:- .111 1111-111 11 XXl 1111111111 x-.l11- 1-,111 1:111:l1 11-11 1111r1-- -1-11111-l1r 111111 11111l1'r- fri I 3151.9- XIIFN X1-XIQX 11.1X1.1x H111' N1'11'111I1'y -1.1111l, 1111 .11 1111-111,111 1,1-11-r 11- 1-11.11, X1:111j. 51:11-1-:111 11.11--1 Xlnrj. Hulk 11.1- -111111 '14 .11111 1111111111113 111 .111 ll 111-m1-, 111.11 -I11- 1'1-111111111- l.111u11. .11111 -51111-.1111111' xx 111'11t- 1-1' 'l'111-111:111, XX 1-, I 111.211, 11:15 lflllllll, 11- Xl1-- :1- 1111 1-1-r-1-11 xxl11- 111-1- 51-11111, -.1l111'1.-111' 1-f.. 1. -11,71 -4. . -1- l'l'Il1l'll .11111 X11-- 111.111 11-1111 u-:urs in I11 xxx-rk. 1 11111 Hlll' rlitw of .11-X Hulk '1'11l-1114111 ,l1'11111111lx. M Four years ago I crept like a wee mouse into the tremendous building called Tubman. Freshmen, who were looked down upon by the "high and mighty" seniors, were last in the lunch line and had to stand during auditorium programs. Now the seniors have no more privileges than an eighth grader. Seniors are last in the lunch line: seniors are "mobbed" in the hallsg seniors have few lock- ersg and seniors are accredited with all the mischief that spreads through- out the school. These are only the dis- advantages, but now they seem un- important to me. Being a senior also has its advan- tages. Even though seniors have no An old school friend of Mother's pops up occasionally, as such things dog and, amid the babbling discuss- ion of "the good ole days", their res- respective families, Mrs. So-and- So's new hat, and whatever happened to Suzie Snodgrass. thc simpering idiot always discovers and raves about that unbearable little monster- my mother's joy, my father's pride. and my Waterloo-my kid brother. I say "discovers"-only a figure of speech in this instance. He makes himself known as definitely as a case of measles. The misguided imhecile loves him, she thinks his hair's so pretty, she's bowled over hy his cleverness, she gushes baby talk to him. If that goon only knew what ex- cruiating pain the grinning imp causes me, her hlood would run cold. Lest you think me unjustly harsh or cruel, permit me to cite you a few examples, In girls of my age there is always some gigantic secret, some over- whelming passion. some unreasonable emotion that is utterly inexpressiblc in everyday circumstances. To avoid exploding hy keeping thc Unutteralile in, girls confide in someone, usually another girl who is tried and truc. I'm entirely too uncommunicative for anything of this sort. Instead I made the mistake of keeping a diary, In that little hook went all my hopes. ambitions, fears, joys-everything, I guarded it with my life from HIM, hut it was no use. liverywhere I put it, he found it five minutes later. No nook or cranny was oliscure enough to hide it from his prying eyes. l-lc has a genius for finding things. l think hc plans to replace j. lirlgar Hoover when he's older. Getting hack to the diary, imagine my horror when, on entering the dining room. l heard my secret love being carelessly discussed over the tahlt' hy the family. I know then that Hli has found it again, and ahsorhed every new en- try. He practically runs an estahlish- ment for telling the neighbors any- thing they earc to know about the Life and Loves of Marjorie Jennings. I expect any day now to open the newspaper and see my secret con- fessions hared to the public eyes, in three-inch letters. and edited hy that lovahle creature. my little hrother. Iissay Division, Se Q aymya FIRST PLACE FAMILIAR ESSAY THE MEANING OF BEING A TUBMAN SENIOR prerogatives. they are respected and considered as examples by the rest of the student body. A senior is usually more popular than a girl from a lower grade. Seniors have the most responsible jobs in Tubman-presi- of the T. C. L., Secretary, or Patrol Captain, presidents of various clubs as well as editors of the newspaper and annual. Although some of us haven't realized it yet, we are living the happiest year of our lives. For some girls, their senior year means dates, football games on Friday nights, and lots of fun. To others, the senior year means more respon- sibilities, less time for recreation. and more studying. For four years we have been storing away knowledge as a squirrel stores away nuts. We have also stored away something finer- many friends. Vte have known some of these friends since our freshman year. In our senior year we become better acquainted with our teachers and realize that when they assigned many pages of homework, it was for our own good. Now when thoughts of graduation enter my mind, I don't have the same feeling that I anticipated in my fresh- man days, I don't feel happy at all. Is this strange? A senior who does not look forward to her graduation day is indeed strange. VVhat does gradu- ation mean to me? Graduation means FIRST PLACE HUMOROUS ESSAY MY LITTLE BROTHER Needless to say, I discontinued my diary. I sit anxiously by the telephone all afternoon, straining my ears for the least little tinkle. The reason? I anticipate a drooly deal with a lucious lad. As I interrupt my vigil for five seconds in order to eat. the phone rings. I dash madly away. up- setting table, chair, plate. and any- thing that happens to be in my path in the wild dash for the phone. I expect the worse. Yes. Too late. HE'S already there. "Hello," a sweet voice coos. I stand glued to the floor. I know what he'll do: it's happened before. I listen horrorstricken as he continues. "Mawp:ie? Naw. She ain't here now. NVhatcha want? she never has them." An interested gurgle from the other end of the line. "Vt'ell. I know she tell 'er. Bye." Don't call it mischievousness. No ordinary child could be that malicious IJon't call it ignorance. VVell does he know how' I've waited for that call. Equally well does he know how my future depended on it. l'm forced to sit home on Saturday night. After I've beaten him half to death the's considerably smaller than Il. he fi- nally gets the idea that he's not to tell the nice hoys fihs. ln illustrating the difference he- tween the words vision and sight. someone once quipped, "NYhen a woman goes to hed, she's za vision. NYhcn she gets up, she's a sight." l am no exception to the general rule. In fact. l'm not ever a vision, hut quite often l'm a sight, especially in the morning. The Fiend takes ad' vantage of this principle. Une par- ticularly horrible morning, I had just risen and was making an anxious in- spection of my battered countenance. Dressed in baggy over-sized pajamas, my hair in eurlers. some ghastly mess plastered on my face. and generally at my worst. l was something to hc- hold. Suddenly I heard someone yell at the top of his voice. "Fi-yah." Of course I ran out the door, fell down the steps: and staggered across the yard. I saw HIM. Clutched in his little paw' was a camera. Before I A what? Naw, w'on't but I'll could run, hide. or crawl behind something, he took the picture. Now' I obey his every command. To do otherwise would be disastrous, for the picture turned out beautifully. IlxIllCIl the birds sing, the flowers flow, and spring has sprung. a young lady's fancy turns to young men. Turns? My mistake. It's been there. Anyhow, when my Big Moment came to call, I was all adither. As we sat in thc moonlight. breathing the rose- perfumed air, and watching the stars stare, the three of us had a lovely time. My little brother, bless his bones, educated him and me along all lines, including fish. worms, marbles. baseball. firecrackers, "fraw'gs". and numerous other fascinating subjects. How can a family get along without such a versatile genius? But for him, I might have grown up in ignorance. Of course, HE accompanied us every- where we went. and stuck every minute until he left, even going to the door with us and bidding the furious young man a polite good- night only after I'd gone into the house and closed the door. Have you ever had murder in your heart? By some peculiar quirk, I have travel in my hlood. It's a wonder I have anything in it, except water, after thirteen years with that Plague. Nevertheless, when anyone says "G0?". I say "IYhen?". The urue for going must come from my desire to escape. Correspondingly. HE nips in the hnd my every attempt. Xthy do l obey him? Useless question. XYith all the detrimental information he holds, it'd he like signing my own death warrant not to. On one ocea- sion, I wanted desperately to spend the week-end with a friend. After many whispered conferences. we had completed plans for a wonderful time. Foolish optimism. l knew' what l must do. The ohieet was to get home, secure paternal permission. pack my few rags, and get out. Sounds simple? Ha! lf you only knew. I'IE's always away in the aftemoons, to avoid having to study. Seeing my advantage, l make use of it. I lounge nonchalantly until he leaves, then whirl into feverish ac- tion. After I've gathered my posses- sions. l'm ready to go. XVith shoes the height of accomplishment toward which I have striven for four years. Graduation also means saying "adieux" to the many good times I've had at Tubman and my faithful friends. On graduation day, I'm sure that I shall see many tear-filled eyes sor- will because Uparting is such sweet row." Some of my classmates go to college: some will seek their fortunes in the business world: others I may never see again. In such sad times, there is always one light of hope. I can still keep my memories of my happy high school days, and look forward to more days of friendship in college. -,lfurtlnz Dye. in hand, I sneak toward the door. At that fateful moment. HE chooses to come in for a gun. ball. or something -goodness knows what-and I find myself staring straight into his chuh- by angelic face. Desperately. I hide the suitcase under my coat. IYith a sickly attempt at casualness. I mum- ble something about the weather: but he's too quick for the likes of me. Observing the bulge under my coat, he remarks. "Puttin' on a little weight, ainch:-i?" I know when l'm licked. As I fall exhausted on the floor. I manage to mutter "Sweet child." From all these demonically clever plots of his, you arrive at the con- clusion that he's clever. Even l must admit that. Mother, Daddy. the neighbors. the relatives. and practic- ally everyone who knows him thinks he's nothing short of a genius. "But," he be in- l ask myself, "How can tellieent and do some of he does?" For example hears a song that tickles he sings it continually. quite so had as some of he does. if he would only the song and not just one the things when he his fancy, This isn't the things .ring all of line. Once. when he loved a little numher called "The Maharajah ot' Matador". he un- fortunately only remembered the first line of the choms. As the agonized "Ah-ah. :th-ah-ah'ah" rang out. the neighbors for several blocks around were petrified. They thought his sins had finally caught up with him. In a frenzy of terror tfor he's a favorite in the neiehliorhoodt, they phoned the police and reported that we were heating that lox ely child with a mliher hose or something, and they ought to lunar him scream. ln spite nf all we could do or say. Daddy had to spend the night in jail. Now you understand. don't you? Should you see a young girl with thc fare of an old. old woman making her way fee-My down the street. don't he alarmed. It's mc. NYhen you are overwhelmed hy your trouliles. think of me. surrounded by him. Aren't children a joy? lsn't my little brother in particular a great blessing? The advertisement of the gypsy fortune teller summarizes him perfectly- "Sees all. knows all, It-lI.r all." -lfy .llurjuric .lcuningx nior Classification of the Scholastic Writing Award Contest Sponsored hy The Atlanta Constitution L A- qlq- UN -- TI: Them! Ship 'N N., f wa 1 635 05 '31-5' Lv 5 1 xx' T Cr 5 J z.n-n,-I-, f4' 1 Q' 6-cs dw! ggi? I X -U " AF' Kggfj -S .J 5 fi, x - V 1 X' ar . "gl s gf X4 :lf R-.Th Guan v V .5 ,wr f w Q-LA, 'PLA -1-44-v J I 1 ' ' ' Sauna IJ' 35 61144:-n 1 9 J- E" 'tv' 2 ,ZA-pf , as A 7fZ53i!'! V". -L -'zfliii'-Ji-I ' - .:.'i?Q "TAP Z! 'Z Af," , J' Ativl . Q Sn 1-J. 1 , x -45, if y is 7 Y "refs I X I ff , If ,Elly p. K f X 1 , 'jf W ' HL . 7' 'A ' X ' wr ' Q!! 1 f A IL 5 an Q29 Sri " X 1 - -4.1, X H' V . -f 7" " 7:41,-' Ugvl Gun.-. t ,,1" f Mu TX-nu: , ,. 1 igj f -f N 1' Ab "X--1 1- A f xx 'x 41'g- 1 Q ,, 1 1 ,f 5 ' fl ,Y f f' Ln' AV,-Axs 1 ,L ff ' ' f X ff' xx X ' ' ,Af Iii ,I 1 ' v",T'l2"lf,' 'N -'Xu' Q ,' ' E , , 1-yd . Vw, M, . " if , K V. L., 1,1 " 'X ' ' ' xx yfyi AA .!, V V - M- . mm ,hum gk ,Jeux 'H"W'3 'Q fgiv, KE! 1 v , XX X 5 l? 'N-Ax ,725 4 c.- Xf , kb ' SJR, .I 4, iw ,p f , N'-xi , 4,1513 ff ' f J' .-iff? fp, 12 ff' 13307 X K1 ' I ' .1 ff' X X ' nf. , id Y , ff if 1 x V' gk. A.: ' lx .0 6' W If 1 .1 I ' 9 lw0,s.s. ' -gl, fat- ' I if if - ,. WJ ?v.-LA 5 Q,-' Savl sf. L.-1 .3 - V llnilu Rm. 0-.u 41015. flow I' . 'C FI :iz-.X 4, fl ...M A jile ks-QQ W4 yn. ,..f-- 1,3 3 l 7 QA 1 ., of 9!.r,f,.f 1 V-xv'-X if x If I x I ' ' Q ,, ff 'L QQ ff' .- ' ' f ' E-:va-L If + 1 z uf!-A , , A . . A' UE!!! -Q ffligyfgl Q54 ,J5 , .ff-H' V' K .gg S335-" ' '- . 1 2' ug., X K -Q - ' ' ' w-'YijX ' ' 3 A T5 4, Af- I a , ly, 4 5 , , Wwx . 1 k xx! 1 153'-1' "' '1 'i' +1fl",,2'gVp,g'fQu.l I ' V- sf -4.4 F, X L S52 's:.'s.uQ::W f K N""-Q ' 'fT'7"-my LQAEL-.Q 'siwrglt we and yay! Lyn f-f'ff fn flflv 1 'ffffQ A MODERX FAIRY TALE Once there was a young school teacher who lived in an old hoard- ing house. She taught at a high school a few blocks away. One aftemoon, at the end of a very hard day. she was sitting all alone in her school room. Suddenly it tiny fairy flew in the door. "XN'hy did T ever decide to teach school?" sighed the teacher. "If only I could be anything l wish to be!" "All right," said the fairy. "Your wish is granted Y" And she disappear- ed. The teacher picked up her papers and wc-nt home. All the way, she thought about what she would uish to he. As she crossed the street, deep in thought, she heard a loud. screech- ing honk. She made the four feet to the sidewalk in one jump as a long, black car roared by. doing about 415. The teacher became slightly annoyed, On the next block she passed at de- partment store. As she was in front of the door. she saw :t man iusitle hanging up a "Bargain Sale" sign. The next thing she heard uns the sound of a rushing wztterfall, or was it? No. the next second she was smothered beneath millions of pound- ing feet. After about :t half hour the dust cleared away and, though slight- ly deafenerl by the screams from in- side the store. she picked herself up and continued on her nay-:t little more annoyed. She reached her hoarding house and began climbing the stairs to her room. Halfway up. she slipped on zu began climbing roller skate, She ztgain. avoiding the broken places in the stair caused hy her fall. She en- tered the room. sat rloun on the led, and took off her shoes. She noticed a run in her stocking-half nn inch wide! She suddenly felt :Try :annoy- etl. ln at rage she threu her shoe at the moody. yellmt-green canary in the tarnished Cage in the corner. "XYhy do I have to go through all this?" she screamed. The wind outside suellerl to match her voice, and the falling leaves sounded like rain in the darkness. She looked angrily :tt the canary "You hay'eu't any worries, l uish I were you," she said. Suddenly she remembered about the fairy. "O nol". she cried. "l didn't mean that. Of course l'd rather he what I am than :t broken-douu canary in an old cage. l lake it all back!" She waited tensely for a few min' tiles. but when il became apparent that she was not changing, she re- laxcd. The wind roared louder and louder. It rushed around the corners of the house, and surged down the chimney and around the room. The decrepit boarding house roof gave way. and the whole building gently collapsed, The wind itself retreated in horror from the scene. The only thing that moved in the pile of rubble was the yellow-green cz-nary, who had not re- ceived a scratch. -Ann Bicdvrman, A GRADL'A'l'lON POEM llitlfflld Dyt' in june on graduation day I'm sure that I shall see Many seniors not too gay XYho would young freshmen like 'k SENIOR YEAR Hy lfurlmru Glass to be. OR' the bus And through the gate. Looked at the building And thought of my fztlc. L'p the walk. Into the door. Started to talk For at minute or more. luto the room, Sat in a chair lt w:tsn't my doom The school was fair! The teacher was ttive. .XS sweet as could be. Tried to talk, no dire She lectured me. Then l realized School is for learning liot out my Yl9llIliiYCfl For n1e it uns yt-ztrninu. Nou l'm at Senior A big girl nou. llo l feel gmitl? Do I? And houf 'A' MIXERY.-X liy Viryitliu T-t:t'ill Minerva, our goddess. stznule oh so erect 1 l'pon her u e gaze with clue rt-spevt. For four long yu.-are XK'e'x e used both ey es :md ears, .Xnd it really keeps tls on our tue-, Trying to It-:tru all that Mint-rin know s. Sometime- she east- knowing looks, At us struggling with our limiks. "Please", ue ery "there must he :tu easier uzsy But to all our pleas she replies. "Nay". NK'e entered 'l'ubmau fresh as a daisy. But lleztyens. ue must have been crazyf Yfe must try sn hard to please. XYhy, ue can't eyt-u walk the halls in threes. But it's not all uorlc :tml no fun If you know htm lo get all these things done. 'A' BUT ONE ll.-KY MORE liy Rnxlyn I1'ugt'.vlu:' If my life's span were but one day more. Two sounds l'd like to hear: A robin's song, an oct-an's roar, To help me calm my fear. lf I had but one day more to fill. Two things l'd like to see: A sunset and a daffodil. Before Death captures me. FOOTSTEPS IN THE DARK My gr:tndfather's house is rt big, gray. building with a tower and many secret doors and passage ways. lt is almost hidden from the street hy giant oaks. and at night in the moon- light, it looks as if it would be an ideal haunt for at ghost or two. My bedroom is on the first floor next to my grand father's and is often called the "gold fish howl" because of its many windows which reach almost to the floor. These windous open on the front veranda that extends half way around the house. Many :tu after' noon ue httye sat on this porch in the cool of the evening and watched the sun set. The night l :tm going to tell about uzts moonlit, hot. and still. As l tossed in bed, I heard footsteps com! ing up the stone walk toward the house. They crept quickly up the steps :ind stopped in front of the door, I kept as still as a mouse. 'l'hen they turned and came slowly to- ward my roorn. My heart started pounding so fast :tml furiously that l uns sure it could he heard. To my surprise. when the footsteps passed ln-in-:ttli my window s. l tliflu'l see :lily- thiugf Mystery filled the air. l dared not even breathe when they ll2lllSL'1i in front of :t rorking chair which surltleuly l-egziu to rofk, hack and forth, hack :mtl forth. There. outside my uinrluu. l start-tl transfixerl at the clmir, rocking, with no visible form in it. l lay in bt-tl not moving at mu-cle :intl hoping with all my might uho eu-r it uns would go :may :K mournful trziiu whistle uae heard in the :li-l:tnt't'. 'l'heu the incessant mek- iltg stopped. My heart stuppetl lon. For zu moment all uas quiet until- lizutul-Hzuigf tun shots were fired. I thought surely it was at me that :un had been aimed. XXX-I uilh per- spiration :intl cold with fright. l closed my eyes and prayed for day- liglll. lt is strange what tricks your imagination will play on you on Il hot summer night. For as soon as I opened my eyes, I found that l was much :iliye and the shots that l had heard uere simply two shades that had run up. XK'lien I went ont on the porch to init-stigate the mysterious footsteps, there sleeping peacefully in the rorker was "Bo", the little puppy uho lived next door. -Iilurrir lilvminy. t'ONYiiNIiiXt'H lfy .lnyrr if ,N-lllflll l :asked you nothing but your luye. ln retum for mine. l thought that you would let me know By some :affection sign. You'i'e shown me not the least of ways ln which yon ever cared. But I have dreamed a thousand dreams. in which ottr love was shared. You tried in every simple way To say it couldn't be. And in my heart I knew you'd pray To keep from hurting me. MEDITATION By Pal Marbul l'd rather be a monkey Hanging by my knees. l'd rather he a hoot owl Sitting in the trees. l'd rather he an empty box the shelf. Lying on l'd rather be most anything Than just my own true self! Why can't I be two people?- lt would really make me glad. And when I'm tired of being good, Why then, l'd just be bad! If two are easy. why not three? A sweet. :1 smart, a pretty- l'or rarely are they all three found Un one girl-more's the pity. l really can't go on this way- l've nothing left to say. You'd do me quite a favor lf you'd just throw this away. But if you took me at my word And did what I haye hinted. l'd defeat my only purpose- l'd not get this thing printed. 'A' MEMORIES Ry Gloria l'Itillip.r Looking back across the years, I see a girl scared to tears. A school be fore her-halls unknown- Years of service it has shown. l see :i girl frightened dumb As though to some strange world she's come. Freshman, green. you better cram. You're about to fail your first exam. The worst is overg the fight is won. Your Sophomore year is just begun. So soon your junior year arrives With gym, geometry and jives. I see at girl-no more a tear Ot' fright she sheds-A Senior, dear! Who is this girl? Tell me true. Why, Senior, dear. this girl is you. 'k 'l'Hli LONE CHIMNEY Hy Connie Havird Hou oft along the wayside, l have seen thee stately stand: l.ike n knight in shining armor. who hath withstood the raw foe's hand. All from thee hath been taken. thy love. thy joy, thy peace, The little chiltlren's gatherings, and the often popcorn feasts. Thy food hath been deprived thee: thou hast grown wan and weak. The fire hath devoured thy shelter. and the winds against thee beat. Still thou hast hidden thy sorrows in the deep walls of thy heart, And there thou hast held them steadfast. ne'er to depart. Thy bravery and faith is unbeaten: a knight thou tntly art. No more a lonely chimney. but it Com fort to the saddened heart. HIGH STANDARDS OF ACHIEVEMENT IN YOUTH SHOULD BE OUR AIM Vlfhile work "to get ahead" rather than to be with just "passing," If we we are young, we should satisfied take that attitude during school years, we are destined to have great achieve- ments throughout our life. This is the "Atomic Age" in which we are rapid- ly progressing. We must adapt our- selves to the many changes. If we have low standards of achievement, we cannot readily do this. How have many outstanding persons become great? Surely, they were not born to the position which they have obtained. Most of them worked their way up with an increasing desire "to get ahead," How have scientists contributed so much to civilization? If it were not for their intellectual ability and years of hard work, we would not have many of our modern conveniences which we enjoy. They were not inac- tive, but they had an urge to im- prove and to invent things for our benefit and comfort. Therefore, I truly believe that all of ns should strive for high standards of achievement in our youth so that wc can live a better life in the future. -fam' Hong. 'A' THE FUTURE By lllarilyn Tmzmzlvuuui I look into the future And I see a land of smiles, I can see laughing children, For many, many miles. They play and dance together, And never turn their face To See if Someone will stop them, Because of creed, color, or race. Oh I hope this I:-md of the future ls very, very near, So children can play like these I speak of, VVithont ever having :t fear. I can feel it in my heart That we're not far from this, This beautiful land of sunshine This land of happiness. 'A' Ollli TO LATIN fApolopies to R. L. 5.9 .flnu Hivdvrzmzzz l have at Latin teacher Vlfho gnc-s in :ind ont with me. And every little long mznrk She ulwztys scents to see. l go with lesson all prepairccl And all my hopes :ire high The teacher says "'l'r:tnsl:tte" :ind me Sltc always passes hy. Bnt if, perehzince. I come to class With lessons still undone. She seeks me out :ind asks to me The questions, every one. And so I always come to class VVith lesson done with care And as far as teacher is concerned I'm the Mun Vtlho XN"asn't there! ABSENT-MINDED Vl'hile sitting in my one. lone study hall that comes and goes so quickly each week. I decided to find out my Algebra assignment. I was in the process of getting it from my friend, Carolyn. Oh, I really mnst stop and tell you about Carolyn. She is a character! Not bad, but oh so witty. You should have heard her in Science Class try- ing to say "thermomcter." It went something like this, thermo, the:-mo, thermo, oh goodness. thermometer! VVQ all got really tickled at that one. But as I was saying, did you see that lovely Coat in the store on the corner of Eighth and Broad, or was it Seventh Avenue? lNcll, I saw it Tuesday, now maybe it was VVednes- day. Monday was my dentist appoint- ment and Tuesday my Club meeting and Wednesday was my music lesson. hmmm, maybe I saw that coat in a fashion magazine. But to go on about the dentist- hc pried and scraped, pulled and jerk- ed around my teeth until I knew I was going to scream. He took down a big contraption to clean them tso he saidl but I think it must have been one of those contraptions that be- headed King Charles. or was it King James? My, my, I'm getting so absent- minded! But I'll start at the begin- ning all over again. Oh dear, there goes the bell! I really must run. But please drop over sometimes and let me tell you all about my trip to New Orleans, or was it Texas? -Shirley Rvvxv. ir TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL Hy illurritl Lvry T is for the lulrul, hidden within our wallsg U is for zmrlrrxlmzdiny ol' one another hy ztllg B is for the hwxl, for our girls ne make this clnimg M is for one Hum, Mr. Xtooclnztrd is his name: A is for r1lr1'Il1r.v.v, prnctited hy sllls dents. faculty and all the rest: IN is for llt'Tt'.t'. of 'linlnnztn uirls you always heztr the liest. , . ll is for the llviylzl of snvccss- nhich many nl our girls zttlzting l is for inlt'lliyrut't', here once zteqttirucl. ztlwzns rumztinsg li is for gftmrl' sportslnztnship, nhirh we always try to shon 3 ll is for lliyl: lmmwrzv nc hold in nztys that many rlon't knon. Q . . ts for .tiulplirily.' ne :ire not wry elztlvornlei ts for i'lu.t'.t' fulfllrilx :intl rtlnwu- Iimlx to tthirh ne ztlnatys send delegates: ll is for lrmzvxly which ne try to keep :tmong our girls: 0 is for nm.-n.r ot' good will-T.l-1.5. hzts the host in the world: O leaves me only one thing to say: l- you're lnrlcy if ynn're at Tulvnmu graduate on your graduation clay. L.. I NYAS TEACHER FOR ONE DAY Upon my arrival home from col- lege where I had completed my course in "teaching", I found a letter awaiting me. After reading the con- tents of the letter. I began to ap- proach my mother on the subject of the offer. You see, my mother had an idea she wanted me to stay home for at least a year before going to work. I explained the teaching po- sition to her. The position was in a small town in Arkansas. The teacher had had a nervous break-down and she must be replaced. Since I was mentioned as a good teacher by the college, I was offered the position. On September 2, I found myself aboard a train bound for Arkansas. At Little Rock. I had to change trains. lNhen I saw the train I was to ride on, I nearly passed ont. It must have been made in IQOJ, I know. After one hour of the train, I was very irritated, but when a huge wo- man got on, and with her eleven children, I was desperate. Her child- ren, ranging in age from four months to fourteen years, were the most un- ruly children I had ever seen. One small boy had a Jar of ants and of course the bottle had to break. Then an ant bit the baby and with the baby and boy crying at the same time it was terrific. After the worst train ride I have ever experienced. I arrived at the small town - "Hen- peckf' I stepped down from the train and stopped to get my bearings. The town was made up of one unpaved street, a general store, a livery stable, church and the small station. There was one ancient automobile, which served as a taxi and a delivery truck. The driver informed me that I could rent a room at "Hands Boarding House", which was about six miles north of town. Vlle had gone about ll mile when we stopped in front of zi frame house, There were several children running around the house. chickens scratch- ing in the dirt. and :t con' grazing in the front yard. I was told hy the driver that this nas fnmter O'Toole's house. and he had to deliver some food. After he struggled with the sack for five minutes, he finally got it to the barn. One honr later he re- turned and so we resumed our journ- cy. Approximately one mile lztter he had to stop hy Miss liitYCIlLl0lj'l'l'S house to give her zt cnre for her sifk hog. After losing thirty or more minutes, ne again started olll. A tire hlew out two :ind at hztlf miles tlonn the ronrl. :ind so l sat another hunr while it nas lueing fixed. Four hours :tfter I left the stallion. l arrived :tt nty nen desti- IlItIl0ll-nxlZtXY'S Boarding l'lonse." l went immediately to my room :intl settled down for :t good nztp :ind mnvh neetlecl rest :tfter snrh 'tn or- deal As l :nn allergic to ft-:ttln-rs, naturally there was :tn nlrl-fztsliimtetl feather tnztttrvss on my lied. :X lter at sleepless night. srrzitcliing. etc., l was reminded thztl it was tlztnn hy the melodions cron' of :i hztritonc rooster. :ind suddenly realized this was my first rlzty :ts the nen school mztrm, :is I was referred tu. Un preparing my usual toilet, l went in for break' fast. After going through the motion of :t very hearty hreztkfnst. one you would expect :t xtooclenttcr to sit down to. I inquired ns to ttherc the school building uns. Maw, as we all called her. replied. "just n short spell down the fond." This short spell turned out to be between two and three miles. I started out in the direc- tion I was instructed and after cov- ering the distance, I arrived at the school house. The school house was a small unpainted structure made of rough lumber, which consisted of one room. twelve desks and a large table at the front of the room which I used for my desk. My first pupils began to arrive-Oh! My gosh! The first was a red-haired, freckled-faced, buck- tooth little boyg next came his sister who had red Cnrls and 21 darling smile. They were known as "Freda" and "Dimp." Then second came two brothers whose names were "Utl1er and Tnther". They were the meanest brats in the Class. After all my twelve students had arrived and had been seated, I be- gan the lessons. During Math, Tuther put ink on Dimp's curls. After that was straightened out, Tuther put a rat down Lucy KIae's dress and you shonld have heard all the squealing! To top that off Freck threw a to- mato at Tnther, but Tuther ducked- it hit me squarely in the face. NX'ell, that did it. I was disgusted at first. but non' I was furious. Today I am secretary for a lawyer in New York City and I hope I never see another school again. -Bcity YM.-illc. 'k THE GOLDEN PALOMINO By Rosaniary 17c'v.vc A king or ruler against the sky :Xll power but his he will deny. Stately there he stands his rule, Nllithont :t sword he'll fight his duel. But, alas! Here comes at challenge. Another horse wants his reign As king of the hills and mountains, As king of the rocks and plains. The other horse :ts hlnck as Cozil Has set his hend for the ruling goal. He flings his head lint non' stands Straight, Hztlting :t moment to shun' his hate. Then fornatrd charging with :ill his might lle tries to win his perilous fight. To win the kingdom from his foe, To rule the strays for eu-rmore. So. Charging fiercely. they fight for the ezinse. l'o n in or else to lose their sill. The experience of the golden horse Against youth and might and uncanny force. They fight nntil the challenger flees lYith slmtterecl pride :ts rust of war, The tiuldrn l'ultuui:m reigns-still King ot' horses nt-:tr and fair. ui' A SliXlUR'S l.lFli Hy l'a! iUtH'hIll Running from meeting to meeting Xtith rlztsses in lwtween: Setting xi good example Letting ourselves he seen Hook in hand, note hook in other t Pencil nowhere ncairl Tracking down at reference to The Wiatr of jenkins' Eur: XXI' Seniors snatch the spotlight, But we'll give it hack next year- 'C'anse we'll he stuck in the same old place Right brick wlterc we have been.- Fnrcwcll to :ill our greatness For he'll he Freshmen again. ':f I, TJ 4 Q. Q- R J.. 4 J P' '.x1.g:. , Ishii II Iv y, Im' , .1 M,1III.,- 4,,v,,I rr IIIII,-HI-, 1 Iwvf-V www, - Iulvwwlvf I 4 fy I.+u4 I III - . ,My I 'I' IV1--WWII-v 'I I1,.rI.v'.1 Ifgwmwr Iv' 'vIMv'x,I I'iw1II1y1-, rw II'v'v1 II-ww, rg 'XIUII14 IZIIIIIIII I I H III I I IIVII rII IvIIrv'v IIX 1uIIIwm I Iu'm'zmYv I lIwX1mXX fu 4 '.' ,4 " Ihzv-I I,wI,I:wI Q I-M mm-I-III ' Xmww Iluwr I II-IIMIM-111 -, I'I1w.I '.IIIm1I-II I Il IVV! -M ,Iw-- I, MI -, '-Iv-- xI1Mulvw, gf ,-.II-I I.m1IwI , -w II1-- 'IXwII.Hlwu I f YU Iw'fIIwrvx, ,J RIM Xhmrv, KA f1VfI.11VIRIE-- IlfI,4Iu-.ru.Iml, 1,1 XIx-- ',vII1I.mfI M. KIM- IfvImwvI XI I 3155: 5 f 1 lui 'I - x. ', B ti, 0' 1 p ana ', 'Q 1 r' 1" s. 21' t t 56 'Q I' arf 1, an x :Ng in wr ,, , V P 4 -., w b 1 lirxl rum l. 1.1.u1- S..luIur. Q, lwen lfullmr, 3. lim-Hy lxukmy, 1. Alx.u11ll1 1 mu I'--1-1, ' 'XIIIH 1.numMuw I YU- Kwlza lfulllv, 7, l1.n1'Y:.4x.1 Mlm-. Nmffllal nm" -4. Xl.urx l.urlw3. 'I. klzmiu- lfxrwtl, lu. 4vlu1'i.n Ulululxwll. Il. Thurly XIcXl1rI1.uI .unl lvr--Xlur. IJ Mm!! Nvmmx. lj, Ifnmlxll liullvl, ll. llvlvn I-guxlui llfiul rw..-, I3 I1.ulv.u',n xll'I,4'.lH. llv, I4-lxlgn li-mm-Jn-x, lj. Vlrxl I-rmlr Mmm' 5.1111-. 15 54115 Xtxwn. lv Xllw HM: fum!!! Amr: Ju. I'.nlNy 1'.nm11In-ll .xml lmxllwr, gl. lmix IM-fur, Q: Xl.nrtl1.1lYyv, 15. Ii-Hy N-wruH, lillfl :vm JI, XIIN, Slillllllll, 43, llnnniv Snlrlurr, gu,1.,um-- .xml vl.mm' Hmgulry, Lf rl-nm I3-wui-'k .Nl'.l'fl! wiv: 4X XI.xx'x In XM--ul, Ju. llmlwlh l'v:'lx111x, .rn -I1-.n11'1'u-vlv, 31 l..x Xl-rm lirnlg., 'mxnm lhium. lui limi I!l.1m'h:1r:l, j,1.V5IxIly .uni l'klC1ll14lI'Ll XIXUH, .-Xl1nu.n1-1 Vx-xv 'A-H'l11ll'l'.lA'l Qual Wa!! mu! Jeafawzeuf Wie. the last Senior Class of Tubman High School, 1950, being in a devastated physical condition and an utterly unbelievable mental one, do hereby declare and publish this as our last will and testament: ITEM 1: I, Margie Thompson, do hereby will and be- queath the nerve-wracking bus rides to and from Camp Gordon to any army brat who can stand them. ITEM 2: I, Gloria Phillips, do hereby leave to Joanne Harbin the great honor of going to summer school every year. I sincerely hope that she will get as much enjoyment out of it as I did. ITEM 3: lVe, Jeanine Mays and Joanne Ford, do will and bequeath to Betty Jean Matthews and Jean Smallwood our ability to change typewriters three ' times a week and still pass our timed writings. ITEM -1: VVe, Jane Huguley, Jackie Shipman, Austin Gillidand, Betty Jo Horne, Kitty Sibley. Mary .Io Wood, and Mollie Burdell, do leave to all lucky Juniors our ability to cut during the movies and always have an excuse when caught. ITEM 5: I, Marjorie Jennings, do will and bequeath to Anne Hoover the dotage and good will of all the Tubman teachers Iit'll carry you farl. ITEM 6: We, Sondra Williams and Johnnie Wombles, do will and bequeath to Shirley Williams our per- fect brains and flawless handwriting in order that she may be as good a bookkeeper as we. ITEM 7: I, Carolyn Kennedy, do will and bequeath to Christine Murphy my American History book. hop- ing that she enjcys looking at the pictures as much as I did. ITEM 8: I, Betty Jo Horne, do will and bequeath to Suzanne Morris my "A" model in hopes she will develop her basketball muscles by pushing it. ITEM 9: IVe. Betty Helmly and Betty Lott, do will and bequeath to Barbara Lang and Madeline Ferst our ability to eat candy while working in the Snack Bar when Mrs. Turner's back is turned. ITEM 10: I, Jewell Bentley, do will and bequeath to Judy McLaughlin my privilege of riding home each day after school with a good-looking boyfriend. ITEM 11: We, Carolyn Butler and Estelle Regopolos, do will and bequeath to Mary Ann Hightower our ability to cut school during activities period and go to the "Varsity." ITEM 12: I, Betty McKnight. do will and bequeath to Eva Price my fifth and sixth period study periods so that she may take a half-holiday when- ever she can get away with it. ITEM 13: To Rita Calhoun and Mary Ann Cosey, we, Lillian Harter and Mae Godowns, do will and be- queath the ability of talking without getting caught while studying in the library. ITEM 14: We, Florrie Fleming, Virginia Towill, Anne Carmichael, Sally Nixon, Cynthia Bolton, and Car- olyn Hadden, do will and bequeath our lunch- room table to anyone unprepared for the next class period and too lazy to stand in the line. ITEM 15: We, Harriette Perkins, Anne Parrish, and Mary Powell, do will and bequeath to any future chemistry student our ability to mix all kinds of compounds to look at the many pretty colors and come out alive. ITEM 16: We, Gloria Beddingfield and Mary Alice Blair. do will and bequeath to Mary Belger our ability to slip over to the Drug Store during ac- tivities period. ITEM 17: I, Mary Young, do will and bequeath to any Hicky Junior my ability to make all A's in short- and. ITEM 18: We, Barbara Mulcay and Grace Satcher, do will and bequeath to Mary Ramsay and Marilyn gliabnibers our membership in the "Little Sister's u . ITEM 19: I, Patsy Blanchard, do will and bequeath to Mary Alice Sumerau my ability to do shorthand. ITEM 20: I, Shirley Allgood, do will and bequeath to Ann Eubanks the last place in the lunch room line in hopes that she will be able to have more time to eat than I did. ITEM 21: We, Martha Crenshaw and Peggy Durham, do will and bequeath to the oncoming Seniors, our ability to get out of History 42 without an excuse. ITEM 22: I, .Ieannette Gay, do will and bequeath to Mary McKinney my ability to look as if I'm con- centrating onthe Treaty of 1783 in Miss Boat- wright's room while I'm dreaming of Bill Law- rence. ITEM 23: I, Marian Foster, do will and bequeath to Bobbie Jean Abear, my ability to sneak in and out of Miss Hulbert's room without getting caught. ITEM 24: I, Joan Fulmer, do will and bequeath to Peggy Marriot my ability to go steady and pass chemistry at the same time. ITEM 25: I, Mary Ann Cox, do will and bequeath to Ann Story my ability to cut up cn the school bus and get put off for two weeks. ITEM 26: I, Peggy Wilensky, do will and bequeath my song, "I'm a Senior Now," to the Juniors. May they only have to sing it one year. ITEM 27: We, Joe Ann Hendrix and Marjorie Jen- nings, do will and bequeath to any fortunate mor- tals who can do so, the ability to live through Tub- man and laugh. ITEM 28: I, Jeannette Crawford, do will and be- queath to my sister, Roberta, the ability to leave home when the last bell rings and get to school on time. ITEM 29: I. Barbaia Glass, do will and bequeath to Mildred Ruben my ability to run the movie pro- jector without getting shocked. ITEM 30: VVe, Mary Ruth Bridges and Nelle Ruth Guill, do will and bequeath to Marcia Ansted and Annette Banks our revised edition of Macbeth so that they may profit more by it than we have. ITEM 31: We, Jean Bowick and Vivian Balkcum, do will and bequeath the typewriter in Room 304 to anyone who is unfortunate enough to take the re- sponsibility of decoding everyone's handwriting. ITEM 32: We, Gloria Johnson and Wanda Matthews, do will and bequeath to Martha Goodwin and Dorothy Matthews our ability to get into Miss Strauss' history class in time to hear her say "Take out pencils and paper." ITEM 33: I, Barbara Johnson, do gladly will and be- queath to Ruth Maddox and Sue Simmons my seat in Miss von Kamp's room and the ability to argue with her. ITEM 34: I, Hazel Weatherford, do will and be- queath to Sue Martin my ability to make my speed on a broken-down typewriter. ITEM 35: I, Connie Wilson, do will and bequeath to Ann Peters, my title of "Hop-a-long Stupidy" in the hope that it fits her as well as it fits me. ITEM 36: We, Wanda Matthews and Sandra McCon- nell, do will and bequeath to Helen Girardot and Dot McElveen our new chemistry lab, due to the unfortunate circumstance that we one day mixed the wrong chemicals. ITEM 37: I, Betty Meeks, do will and bequeath to the incoming chemistry class the pleasure of taking that marvellous subject under Miss Mary Meyer. ITEM 38: I, Carolyn Eubanks, do will and bequeath to Imogene Cox my ability to chew gum in Miss Halbert's music class, and not get away with it. ITEM 39: We, Ada B., Betty B., Helen and Marian F., do will and bequeath our seats in Miss Boatwright's history class to Winton F., Bobbie A., Geraldine S., and Ola P. ITEM 40: We, Rehean Usry, Margaret Dye, Jackie Chavous, and Myrl Walker, do will and bequeath to Maria Wilson, Patsy Jones, and Dot Bailey our ability to skip school and get caught the first time we did it. ITEM 41: I, Annette Harper, do will and bequeath to Nell Wilson my ability to stick with things in spite of competition. ITEM 42: I, Alice Whitt, do hereby will and be- queath to Ann Bradstreet my ability to sit in typ- ing class and type a timed writing while humming the tune to all the latest popular recordings. ITEM 43: I, Nancy Willingham, do will and bequeath to Gay Middleton my ability to slip from the Sop- homore class to the Senior Class fafter remaining three years in the Sophomore Classl. ITEM 44: I, Mary Yarbrough, do will and bequeath all my cooking lessons to Glenda Smith. ITEM 45: I. Sara Thigpen, do will and bequeath to Miriam Douglas my ability to take shorthand at 150 words a minute. ITEM 46: I, Barbara Bennett, do will and bequeath to my sister, Betty, my ability to get in and out of trouble with Mrs. Turner. ITEM 47: We, Jackie Shipman and Jane Huguley, do will and bequeath to Betty Beeson and Mar- garet Griffis one large economy-sized bottle of glue so that they can stick together as much as we do. ITEM 48: I, Bengovan George, do will and bequeath to Kathleen Smith, my ability to get fussed at by teachers about spending more time on basketball than studies. ITEM 49: I, Barbara Allen, do will and bequeath to Ruth Jump my desk by the radiator in chemis- try class, in hopes that she will profit by my ex- perience and learn sooner than I did to protect her elbows by wearing long sleeves. ITEM 50: I, Carolyn Whitlock, do will and bequeath to Nancy Trimmier my ability to get a seat beside Elynor Fortune in Study Hall without Miss Anchors catching me. ITEM 51: We, Anne Livingston, Kay Neelands, and Cynthia Bolton, do will and bequeath to Lora Lee Lutes and Mary Ramsay our ability to remain on "The Black List" for months at a time in Spanish Class. ITEM 52: W'e, Miss McAuliffe's History Class of 1949-50, do will and bequeath to the coming -12's our ability to accept Mis McAuliffe's sarcastic re- marks with a grin. ITEM 53: I, Jean Graham, do hereby will my ability to freeze at all football games in my majorette uniform, to Peggy Thomson and "Shortie" YVil- liams in hopes that between the two of them they can remember their blankets. ITEM 54: 'We, Pat Marbut, and Martha Dye, do will and bequeath to Janie Marbut and Anne Dye our ability to refrain from murdering each other after each sarcastic remark. ITEM 55: I, Roslyn Bogoslov, do will and bequeath to the next editor of the Tubman Times my week- ly staff meetings in the hope that she, too, may thus escape from activities period in a home room. ITEM 56: We, Mary Frances Herndon and Nancy Powell, do will and bequeath to Betty Rodgers and Glenice Goodwin our ability to make a book report in Miss Pearce's class without reading the book. ITEM 57: I, Elsie Anne W'illige, do will and bequeath to any unfortunate junior my great typing ability. ITEM 58: IVe, Mary Luckey and Mary Powell, do will and bequeath our comfortable "rocky" chairs to eat lunch on the ground to anyone who wants it. ITEM 59: We, Anne Parrish and Grace Harris, do will and bequeath to Suzie Morris and Angie Drew all our beatup loafers and baggy sweaters in hopes that they will be as well-dressed! ITEM 60: We, Nancy Montgomery and Saul Sin Loo, do will and bequeath to Eva Price and Shirley Heath the ability to be the shortest girls of the Senior Class of next year. ITEM 61: I, Jane Ragsdale, do will and bequeath to Connie Tabb my playful manner and scatter brains. ITEM 62: I, Austin Gilliland, do will and bequeath to Marilyn Chambers my ability to get out of Tubman in four years. ITEM 63: I, Hilda Moore, do will and bequeath to Margie Holley my title of "Hilda Better-late-than- never Moore." ITEM 64: We, the Senior Class of 1950, do will and bequeath to the Class of 1951: 1. Our ability to be caught for every misdemeanor and felony committed. 2. Our wonderful P. A. system that interrupts teachers at just the right moment. 3. Our beautiful lovely luxuriant rear lawn tbe- fore it was plowed underl. 4. Our ability to stroll in the yards during study hall tHa! Hall. 5. The coveted privilege of attending a co-ed school. 6. The blessing of having men teachers with whom the girls can do as they please. ITEM 65: To the faculty of 1950, we leave: 1. A bottle of atomic juice and a box of uranium pills so that they may have the energy to teach the male pupils and hook the male teachers. tGood luck, girlsll. 2. The fresh paint job, new color schemes, and beautiful sceneries on all the walls in hopes that they will stay that way. ITEM 66: To Miss Dora Hains, we leave: 1. Hundreds and hundreds of boys-she loves 'em- to brighten her study halls. Marked, licked, sworn at. and delivered tC.O.D.7. May, nineteen hundred and fifty, A. D. Ave Atque Vale! fHail and Farewell!! Senior Class of 1950 Witnemes: Marjorie Jennings Jane Heng Hilda Moore Martha Dye Barbara Glass Notarized by Mary Balk fNotorious Publicl fl 60? "Dol ze'ut make I .ray teh! I dns, ltmtcy'. ln dis tuorril. luis cr folctzr ix gotler .rttffcr fer' adder fftlctxr sins." Je? NURS QE I ,uv Al FP. ,X1 W. mo. mwthw gas Ji tat-tt L2 3 dl'-lil E-EE-E-0 ' iii? :tin F NX! 64: ' I x' t.1Uo'pt LJLJLJ tllllffs !!t :.-.:r.'?.:" i as Q 55.3 . . 2. , , l s - .Yellinyz Tt'ttxmxt.vc Ctaxttiniav, Attgusta, fieorgia. 1050 A, ll. Late otte afternoon in hlanuary. 2050 .-X. ll.. two little girls were incessantly cltattittg as tltey' skipped gaily along. Suddenly, greatly fascinated by tlte name Tttbuntttittt' Ct'mclt'ry', wlticlt was skillfully' carved in large letters on tlte arc above tlte opetted cemetery gate. one of tlte girls stopped, pointed toward tlte arc, :tnd exclaimed, "Look, Sally l'aticaY lsn't tltat funny-'littlilrntltitttx' XYlty is this cemetery called tltat?" Sally Patica calmly answered M:try Ruthie by relating tltis tale tnotice ltow tlte .-Xtomic Age ltas itnproved tlte dictiott of tlte yotntg- er generationl : "My great-grandmotlter. tlte former Sally Nixon, has oftett told me about tltis cemetery. l-ut I ltave never been inside it. She said tltat a lottg time ago llll50 to be exaetl. lter gradttating class. tlte last Senior Class :tt 'littbntatt High School, decided to buy at ltttge plot of lattd wltere all of tltetn would be buried wlten they died. All of lter schoolmates :tgreed to call that plot of lattd Tulvnmnittt' l't'utt'It'ry' because outsiders tltottgltt tltat every girl in tltat gradttatittg class ol' 1050 was a mattiac to invest lter money in a burying ground in tlte prime of lter life. To ntake tlteir plan evett more spectacular, tltey wanted to tell tlte world al.-out tlteir lites tltrottglt tlte epitaplts ou their tombstottesf' "Gee, XYhillikins," contmente-'l Mary litttltie, "l.et's go in attd see whetlter wltat your great grand-ntotlter told yott is really true." Sally' l'atica nodded lter consent :tttd both girls reteretttly enter- ed tlte spacious. bttt well-kept cemetery. 'l'lte first object tltat at- tracted their attention was a sltitty white tombstone witlt these words clearly inscriletl on it: "Here lietlt tlte last Senior lilltss of 'l'ubtn:tn lliglt. attd l.ieth attd lietlt . , , .... " :X fter gazing at tlte tnatty white tontbstones appearing here and yonder, tlte girls tltett began taking ltlflts reading tlte epitaplts aloud. Mary Ruthie started, "Hilda Moore--born llljj-illllfl Jojo of a strike-over, Ran a ltttge stenographic school. XYas educated by typing tlte 11:50 .-Xnnttal witlt Mary l.yutt." Then Sally' l'atica rentarktd. "llon't l-other al-out tlte dates. lt's getting late." Moving to tlte next stotte, slte read, "Gloria yloltn- son used to lie such a talker until slte swallot day trying to ltit high ted lter tongue one "Betty l'l:trk attd lietty -lean Fell were tlte greatest two-woman basket-ball team in history. Betty died of lteart failttre wltett lfletty ,lean eloped witlt lack." D I "Barbara Allen. tlte famous scientist, won tlte Nobel l'rize in Science for figuring ottt tltat complicated formula-ll2U. "Barbara Glass became a detttal hygienist and tortured all of lter former 'l'ttbntan teaclters. Both ttppers attd lowers." ".lohnttie XYombles swallowed some air in a giggling fit and strangled." "jackie Shipman was :t well-known celebrity. 5lte's still cele- brattttg sevett nights out ot stx like slte did at those ltomegrowtt debttts on Hickm:ttt Road." "Sondra XYilliams starved to deatlt in a garret in Paris wltile slte was studying art. This ts rentarkable since slte was discovered ttnder a stack of lttttelt room potatoes att gratin." "Cynthia Bolton, wlto always hated to he tied down in one place. became a navy nurse attd caught a fellow in every port."' "Selle Ruth fittill married a famous football player and wrote many articles :tbottt him in lter sports section of tlte .Vere Yorlt' Tintex. thc successor of tlte Tttbmttt: Timex," "joe Ann Hendrix sltot herself when she made a remark tltat no one else thought was fttnny." "Sandra McConnell. a famous soloist attd concert pianist, puzzled tlte critics who cottldn't decide wlticlt of lter talents to rate highest. Therefore they awarded Marjorie ,lennings tlte music medal for lter great book cntiled '.5'tmg.t of Iltc African Giraffe-t'lIttte in .t Sltnrlm' CThc giraffe is tlte dumbest in tlte animal kingdoml" "jane Heng always was malicious. She mixed np a mess in lter pharmacy tltat made Miss Dora's hair tttnt chartreuse. Got twcttty years in San Quentin." "Sally Nixon married a handsome English bishop because they botlt had tlte desire to adopt an orphanage of Polish children. Un- fortunately they found tto orpltanages at either Polo-North or South." "Austin Gilliland became honorary contmattder-in-cltief of tlte army and tlte navy on tlte navy outpost on tlte moott." Martha Dye was a great criminal lawyer fshe always was crookedl attd part-time history teacher at Tttbmatt. She finally starved to death trying to make hotlt ends meet, tltat is, both ends of lter tonsils. She should have kept lter trap shut!" "Ann Cztrntichael and Anne Parrish. tlte great chemists wlto were working on tlte T tTttbmanl Bomb. became so careless tltat they heated some wrong answcrcidc attd blew their tops, COff, tltat isl." "lean Olivcros became a famous screen star playing tlte part of The DIIIIII7 l't'ro.t'idt' Hlendtti' "jane Httguley and Sara Galloway worked as a team and were hailed as tlte world's most infamous hallerittasf' "Sylvia Melton found lter long-lost cousin, ,lantcs Melton, and teamed up with him at tlte Metropolitan Opera House." "Florrie Fleming became a writer attd illustrator of cltildren's hooks, which were made famous by lter ltttsbattd's twelve cltildrcn of former wives." "Pat Marhttt, who discovered tlte theory of make-up application, received thirteen degrees from llarvard attd cattgltt an excruciating- ly handsome ltttsband with an l. Q. of 500. Made lter feel like a moron." "Virginia Towill so afraid of being an old maid, hitched up with tlte first ltattdsome ntzut she met after lter graduation." "Saul Sin Loo and Harriet yltte. wlto always were in trottblc at Tubntan, had att act in burlesque as tlte Photo Twins. Got arrested for dotthle exposure." "Roslyn Bogeslov gave up lter journalistic career in order to spend her life driving around tlte world in lter ltushand's Cadillac along witlt lter five boys attd one girl tthe girl, to break tlte mo- notonyl. "lean lilliott was :nt etnltalmer, bttt here lies one body that she cottldu't emhalm." "l'et1ll3' M ilensky was :t well-knowtt composer of classical music sttelt as 'l'tn A Senior Xt w.' 'l'tn Really' Ottt.' attd Tioodttigltt, You l:rigltt,' treferrittg to 'l'ubntanl." ",lew-ell lfletttley. fl very active cltarity worker even gave het' life to Freddie for cltarity." "Betty and Mary l.ttckey' were awarded tlte sports trophy for ten years in succession. There ttevet' were atty women in their audiences, though: there wasn't roottt after the tnctt all got in." "t':trolyn lladdett, famous 'ltambnrgist' attd 'hot-doger' at the t'arolyn Kennedy Circus, sold some of lter specialties to Grace Harris, who died of 'two-tnait' poison." "Kay Net-lands, an outstanding bacteriologist. discovered a ctlrc for tltat dreaded disease, 'exatninationitus'." "Lillian Harter attd Mae fiodowns astonished tlte public by tltcir stupettdotts perforntattces as chorus girls." ' "Nancy XX illingltattn. tlte greatest contedienne on Broadway, died of ittdieestion while eating tlte pie that ,lane Ragsdale threw lter front tlte top balcony." "I-Ilsie .-'tntt Xtillige, l-avittg learned sewittg attd chemistry at tlte sztnte tittte in ltiglt school, finally' got lter formula mixed witlt lter p:tttertt attd sewed herself ittto :t he:tker." "l'eggy llttrham. at first just a salesgirl. worked lter way' tip tttttil she owned all tlte stores in tlte South. l-ler success was due to lter man-trapping courses that slte gave in secret." "Ann llarper won tlte l'ttlitzer l'rize for tlte perfect novel about tltat perfect place, South t':trolina." "Lois llozier. :t night club singer. was tlte special attraction at tlte Brown llerl-y tltat drew hordes of horses tltere each ttigltt. 'Carolyn Butler. another Florence Nightingale. was very pro- voked wlteu :t p:ttient of hers--Sam lioldwytt-offered lter at seven year movie contract. She was too devoted to lter work." Xelle Xtittn Blanchard, beloved French teaclter at Tttbman, rc- sigtted to marry tltat handsome Frenchman whom she met abroad. Bon Yoy-age. llotti soit qui mal y' pettse. tblhamed be lte who thinks evil of ill." "Hazel Prescott, secretary for a wealthy matt, enjoyed taking dictation w ltile sitting on lter employer's wallet." "Bettgovan George attd Betty ,lo Hortte participated in tlte Olympian games the year before tltey took tip pltysical education teaching at Tubman. Olympics are required of all l'hys. Ed. teachers now." "Beverly McMicltael. tlte first womatt firecltief in Augusta, got run over by lter little red wagon wltile rushing to put ottt an old wreck. tYott guess wlticlt oncl." Harriett: l'erkins, whose brief styles set all tlte Xkiorld in a dither, tltrew herself so ltard ittto a netv style tltat tlte breeze swept lter off lter feet attd slte is, as tlte saying goes, "Gone Vl'ith The XVind." "Gollyl lt's getting really' dark!" excitedly' announced Sally Patica. "We had better be getting ltomc. or Mother will he worried about tts." ' "Oh. l do wislt wc didn't have to go yet. There are so many more tombstoncs to he read. Sally Patica, can't we stay just a little longer ?" besought Mary Ruthie. Before Sally Patica cottld reply. a bird hovering in tlte tree ttnder which tlte girls stood. issued forth such an eerie sound tltat both Sally Patica attd Mary Ruthie. thoroughly frightened, dashed out of tlte cemetery as fast as their legs cottld carry them. Without flaring to stop. tltey raced tltrottglt tlte gathering twilight tttttil tltey ltad arrived safe at home. u Brer Rabbit Sez, Sezee: Stick to our Advertisers like the Tar Baby stuck to me! CRTMQ LQQQ- X Uv Cmxoac Yi' uc Cuuxujn J f:fQg 7aff 52!4 zo .. 5f0-411, , 6 Off X , . Z Tl-loss SMART TUBMAN GIRLS KNow... UTE LOTHES COME FROM THE NEW 'xa- TEEN-AGERS, as well as their Mothers Can have that coveted UCULLUM LOOK" -1EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE-1- 141101.41111yqn:V14,1::1:-101014 1:11:,1:1:11 11.1, 111. 11,14-4:0101 nz-,1011141010101011-qw1n10c:n1+'1u11-1:1 F11 1 ,1 '1 1 .111 1.14111 The South's Prettiest Girls Eat the South's Finest Bread I A'-ily' ' 'EES T-3 Rr' Q2 Fiibvkff f ' ' 1B d f Q ww 1' ee "The 50uth's Finest Since 1841" I1 mum am-1-,1 11-1-1: 1. 1.-1:-a.7+f1:141: 1:1-11. 1 1- 11 1-f1-11101--:hum -14-14-1--1--1--14-1--1--454.1 -10:-un--:--:4-1--14-14-14-14-14 COMPLIMENTS 905 Broad Street Dial 2 8855 l 849 14-14-Q--1--1--14 f-41 -ann: ---1 an--1 "A HUNDRED YEARS IN AUGUSTA" -1949 41.-14-14141. nz- cm eu. 14 1 3- fu. Q,-1-141,101--1-up Compliments of Boardman Oil Company TEXACO PRODUCTS 4941-e-f-1 1 .pf-1.-Q 1 14-5 1-11-1-11 1-41-L1 1.1-1 Q..-1 gs I'UIIlPIII'IIl'IIiS of Lily-Tulip Cup Corporation BI:ml1fuctu1'crs of PAPER DRINKING CUPS and FOOD CONTAINERS 14-1--14 14-1-an 1 1 19- 1 up 1 up 1 1:4-uw 1 -'41 -p4 -9- 1- qu- :-:-: 1--p-an up gp -1 1 -nz 1 an 1-1 an -an -qu. -1 l'lbNII'I.INII-IN'I'S UF Starr Smith Motors, Inc. DODGE I'.-XSSICNIQICR V.-XRS DODGE JOB-RATED TRUVIQS PLYKIOUTH PASSENGER I'.-XRS SALES - -- - SERVICE 521 Broad sarees Augusta, Ga, 1---5414449 1- 3 1- my 1-1 1- q:- 141- 141- 1- 1--1--an 101.11-11.-gn n:n4n010qp0101-1:4mnncn1 qs. .N1411411113-In'10qn,fI11,1,..4n1.1u:4,ml141111111 MOSS 8: WALL'S MARKET FRESH MEATS, SEA FOODS FRESH DRESSED POULTRY Phone 3-4436 2571 Central Ave. COMPLIMENTS of the SOUTHERN LUBRICATI NG CO. CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS COMPLIMENTS BETT'S GROCERY 1835 WALTON WAY COMPLIMENTS Of WOODBINE GROCERY VVASHINGTON ROAD BARTON HOUSE WRECKING CO ALL KINDS OF' BUILDING MATERIAL LOCAL TRUCKING and STORAGE We Will Store or Buy Anything You Have 1229 D'Antig,nac St. Dial 2-T297 Augusta, Georgia COMPLIMENTS of LUCERNE JERSEY FARM IF IT ROLLS ON 'WHEELS TAKE IT TO KEEL'S COMPLIMENTS of MOTLOW LUMBER CO. COMPLIMENTS of COMPLIMENTS Of S. H. KRESS 8: CO. 5 - 10 - 25 SOHOLASTIO SCHOOL SUPPLIES TABB FINANCE CO. COMPLIMENTS of FRUITLAND NURSERIES FIFTH AVENUE SHOPPE "THE SHOPPE ALL WOMEN KNOXV' TAYLOR UPHOLSTERY SHOP OOMPLIMENTS 1940 Broad Street of SEAT COVERS and The Wright Pest Control Co. CONVERTIBLE TOPS S03 ELLIS ST, AUGUSTA. OA. COMPLIMENTS DAVISON'S AUTO SERVICE .11-11111114111-1-1 101 I1 1:1114-101 14901 I KNIGHT'S PHARMACY 1203 TROUPE STREET PHONE 3-Ass AUGUSTA. GA. mm-auf-an-fx-14-.'1.,1.-1..1. .co.,qpA1.'1. 11111 -,ng-x1.,1.,1.1qv:--14-10-2 Z. : 1.5:-Y-T-.-1 -xr: -1.-an-:..:0:.,q.0qn DURING YOUR HOURS OF' LEISURE VISIT THE Miller Imperial Modjeska Rialto Theatres Operated by AUGUSTA AMUSEMENTS, Inc. 14-9.14,-1 1 Q, 1 1-1 1--10 GREEN'S GARAGE COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR 125 Fifth Srl-QL-mr Pl 1.,1 we 2-6455 1- ua-was 11.10101 Compliments of the DOCTORS 14.451,-pu-p--1..1 .14 srsr 054 BOTTLHKSCOMPANYCNYAUGUSTA 71m-1:u1sTnHHT TE1Ju'u41Nri:-x:a: -9-,191--'14--gp-914s11..qp.qpq.::1-111-an' BUILDING MATERI 525 FIFYEEIITH ST AI' 1 SUPPLIES THE HAPPY SOLUTIONS vcoiiqsoxnxifgozvx 1i.1014::..: .: '::::o C ru lses 1 Tours Q 1,,. , SOUTH ERN TRAVEL AGENCY MORRISS ELLIS, Mgr. 755 Broad St. Dial 2-7641 Authorized Agents for Domestic and International Airlines TRANSATLANTIC AND CRUISE STEAMSHIP LINES HOTELS RAILWAYS CHARTER BUS SERVICE All Travel Arrangements At No Additional Cost to You 101i-:n1+.1il1wnp01i...i.11.1 ini, xi giignv li-:U-Q. -:.,1i.9--:..qb01n Q v guezm-Q Q.: of aug--1.f1.f1o:nqp0c, TUBMAN HIGH Class Rings For Any Graduating Year VVrite H. S. CANFIELD 1560 N. DECATUR ROAD ATLANTA, GEORGIA Manufactured by Herff-Jones Co. r14r14i14.11-3014.11.10-11-101014 -1. 1:1 1 Mme 2' cfm. Home of the "THING" SOUTH'S FINEST DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT Greene at East Boundary -p..:..a--an-I-p-wp..-pl,-p11-fcn..1..co., amass--qp.ius0upv11-11-amv-p01..qp-i:-ix.-1.-1. ilzozogvz- Npo-pi iq.,14,.:.i11-1.-14 tus. ns. ,Q .gp ! ! ! ! ! G ! E .g..-.-. .. - 6. - .. - a 0, l r x N v 4.-- - - .. S eufval gflllvli COM PLUIENTS Belk's Department Store Augusta, Georgia Busy Bee Restaurant FAMOUS FOR WESTERN STEAKS 658 B1-mul St. Augusta, Ga. f 14-1 Q--49,-1 van -14 qw-1,,1f.1N1t.14-14-p4.14.1 -.1.,.-gepgm-qp11u.v,11',11 .-:nazi-14--:.,1..:. : 1-,:.:::p:v-14:1 zz 111.1 .:.:-111:-2:-Y: zu: :zz if-...: qi: -.. : : -:Q-1.1, : :sz 9 gzf'a1'f 5 Wedge! NATIVE and YVESTERN DIEATS-POULTRY and SEA FOODS FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES FROZEN FOODS Phones 2-6496-7 314 - Sth Street - -3- - -,,,,1,- - - - Stothart's Drug Store PARTRIDGE INN-AUGUSTA, GA. DIAL 3-5832 Specialists in Prescriptions DRUGS and SODA :- :-,.. :-,.,. - .,.-.3 .g. Ya vo.:--: wen-,zip-,:--1 1.011211 : 1 : ::: COMPLIMENTS of Municipal Golf Course COMPLETE LINE OF ALL GOLF EQUIPMENT AND LESSONS PRO "RED" DOUGLAS .,:-1-....,-L.:....-,...,:,-,....: - -iq The Light in Her Eyes Comes From the Pleasure in Her Ears- She Listens to- : .: -1: f: -14 2 f: : -14 1:2 COIIPLUIENTS of Carey F. Weothers TRANSFER and STORAGE 1265 URYID PARK AVENUE Al'Gl'STA, GA. ,102-1-'11 :. -:. -we-,Q 1- J- qf: ,: : : Q : V... : ..i-. .1--W-F- ranzhz- :.1- 2- : ep--qs-gp : '49-A z-:Ez-amz z zz z zz zzz z z zzz:-zfziz z z z,z.'z,z.z-1 FOR A MILKSHAKE AFTER THE GAME, FOR A GOOD WHOLESOME GLASS OF MILK AT HOME- "THE MILK BAR" AUGUSTA DA1R1Es, lnc. -115-11-li iii1 -i-1--lfzf-jig 'Sgt-?3'iPi 1 -ii i 1 linll ' Q 1 M1111-1.1x11cx'1's Q l SAY IT WITH UF FLO W ERS i l . . 1 1 John Jackson ql4zWafz QDYIIZIQIIQ ga. 5 1 i 1 Q Flornst 117-119 E1ghzn Street Q Q 171:11 F1-:x11'11'1i s'1'111-:1-:1 phone 2.7892 .X11u11f1:1, 4511111111 . ! ! -W:""1'- "H I l 'rr:1.1:1'1111x1: 11111111 Q I --..--1-.-.--.-,-.:,-f...-,- .g.::,-:,-: :. : Q.:--Q Complin1ents of 58 ABC ON THE DIAL NETWORK anis:-zzncwaw znxwz, :-.1111-.1-.:n.:1.g-se f-nfnf.- u...-.-.--.-,-.,- ,- ,-,,--.-I-,-,.:. Compliments of Dyke's Coal Company 515 Fenwick Street Phone 2-5727 .......-.....,.o......,o-.g. ::.l1fw:mi14:: -1 1:11 -gn: iz..-L .-1: 'zzz Compliments of Hardy's Cleaners 4. 3 Q3 Q.: K, : G.:--2 .: .:..:. : .: .......:::-.g. Kildutt's Variety Stores "THE LITTLE STORES IVITH THE BIG VALUES" 2105 Kings Way 1529 Walton Way Augusta, Ga. 3 Compliments of W. F. Burton 421 Crawford Ave. Phone 3-4429 .zo-upo:1l:4-54.11.1014-11 gf-14 gf 1- mpgs. 3 ,zpfivz -. mp. - - -7 Six Cox REFRIGERATION and AIR CONDITIONING 1565 Broad Street Phone 2-3556 9:00 A. M.-6:00 P. M. -1010102,cr1.:1v1o1--zwzvxoxvapficpt 1.1-A pw-1.1:-cr-txt: : :amz ::: 1- : : - Compliments of Southeastern Fur Co 911 Greene Street .g..:::.,: :.,... :. : .Q :.-:- : : : Q. 2 .- ::::.::-: '::.::':--::::.::f:v11 zncnlix u ,Q -Q..-:-.:v.:-....: Q.: -. : V: .: -: -: .:1: .g. Richmond Motor Co. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH Greene at 10th St. Phone 4-5551 ! ! I I 2. : :-... : :....s..-..,....g. -x14,cp1f1--3-1-iz-1--1--glans:--11,3101 Compliments of Smoak's Bakery BUY YYITH CONFIDENCE AND SERVE YVITH PRIDE o--'- 2- 1.13.1 : : 1.-14 1 ,: l1.co.qm 1-Q 1- 1. 1- 1- 2 114 f-11-xoxox. :wr ,101-v1o14-14-1-r1o:0g0:4 Bentley Brothers Furniture Co. The Store of Friendly Service Broad at Eleventh Street ,-..... .-.- ,-.,- -.-- .-,.-...g. Robert Wilkinson PHOTOGRAPHERS Studio 871 Broad St. Augusta, Gu. CommerciaI-Weddings- Portraits-News ...-- - --.- - - - .. ..-Q McDonald fr Weathersbee Motors, Inc. lll - 5th Street Augusta, Ga. U2iE.T?fiiai:2iIii2'rI Eff' BICYCLES-LAWN MOWERS REPAIRS msn lu-:1:nsT1cus mm AIMQKE1' r:QL'u'xl1-:NT Phone 2-6732 846-50 Ellis St. JAMIE Mf'I'I1.1lI'liRAY, Mgr, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA .g..-..-. - D. - Q -. Q4 - vi-Q01--ca,.1,.-p .101-.1..-an--1011.1-f1..zo:o:4 Compliments of Ware Buick Co. Augusta. Ga. . nan: -an..cs..:..-p--qpuxr.1..cs,,cn.f4-A11 Hagler Tire and Supply, Ltd. GENERAL TIRES AND TICXACO PRODUCTS 740 Reynolds St. Woodward Superette PHONE 2-5064 13th and Walton way IVE DELIVER ozu-1--14111 it 1- 1-'11 1..:..1--1-ri -10: ,xox ,:..1H1u:v'co--Q-IQDQ4 B G' B Lumber Cr Supply Co. Lumber and Building Materials Yard ulul Ul'l'i1-If 12-I5 D'Antignac St.. Ccr. 13th Phone 2-2359 Augusta, Ga. up.:-,1--1-14 :,,co.,1,.qm 1' qs-:na .2.1.,cn.,1,.:.,14,1.,1.,1.,1..1.,q U1.-lr, 14.11103 10101-11-14.-,f1411curfew-.gugqxoxfIzvzwgux-fqpwzr :rx-,11110:n:w1f Merry Brothers Briek 8: Tile Ce. MASONIC BUILDING AUGUSTA GA. MANUFACTURERS FACE BRICK COMMON BRICK JUMBO BRICK STRUCTURAL TILE The South'S Largest Producers Established 1899 .pn-...qu11,1011ng:-1-'11,101.,g5.I1Uqm1..:..4s4.Q.eng-1U-p.-1.-1-71010101.11.1-L14 Tas:-cpzhggnzq,-1--21-p All Your Clothes Should Go To SIIO VT' 11-111:-1114.14 -9-,- 11:11-p11114--:1-px'-1. 5000 WATTS DAY and NIGHT CBS PR1 NJHA RIS AUGUSTA'S STATION OF THE STARS Qi D121 v 141:-1-1-1 -14:14-pfzln-gwfah' up -4 .. -1,11 -1'-1 -annul-11147: 14,14 Compliments of SKYVIEW DRIVE-IN THEATRE --THE SOL'TH'S FINEST' olive Road Phone 6-1932 5-1-an 1 1 .9 1 -me Q un 1,-5,10-.al .4.a:f,n1g.1qnca,:q-11,-V1-1 from SPM to THS Small l'1'f1l'il Margin mvans wv lakv lm-ss on flu- gmuls wc ss-ll ami tin-x"ro thu In-st! l:1'L'2lllSl' ol this you always get more at Augusta's loading 1'03II'l,IC'I'I'1 clepartnw storc! J. B. White's ri 1 0 ! 9 ! ! 5 :Armen Mens i RELISHES and i SAUCES C ! ! WHEN YOU THINK OF A TREAT-REMEMBER 3 Krispy Cream Do-Nuts Q 15252 WALTON WAY So Nice for Your Pic-nies and Parties Too, and So Easy to Se1've-Remember, Call 2-5978. TRY THEM FOR YOURSELF l 020101411.-1IIq.1I1II1.,....-QI 1.,1..1.,g.,.91,-...mn- ,Mp..-.,,,.,-.,...,-..-,.-.,-,.-.-....,..-.,-....,-..,. 3 Compliments g of Q 4 . i F. E. Ferris C1 Co. ! .!.,-,..,-..-.,-..-..-.,-.,...,-.,-..-,,-.,..,..-....,.,- .g.-..ED.I-..C...-.,-.I-..-..-..-..-.I-.I.,..-..-.,......g. i Gibbs Auto Wrecking g Company East llflllildllfy Schultz Hill i Plimxe 2-GMS l'lIoIIo 5-11477 i HIGHEST cASI-I PRICES PAID FOR Q WRECKED, BURNED OR USED Q CARS. PARTS Fon ALL Q MAKES OF CARS l ..,-.......-..-......-.,-..-I,...-.,-,.-..-....,..- C..- 5 Q .3. f If, I.-, ,:,....,.c. j Compliments Q ! ! of ! Q I I 5 King Mill i L 4. ! ! l ! i MEET ME AT i i EDMUNDS DRUG co. Q ! 502 Broad Street ! ! ! ! and l ! i EDMUNDS AND JONES i 1137 Greene Street I.,-,,...-.-,.-..-.-....-,-,-.-.,-....-..-,, ,:,---cm-nQ...g-Inn-I:-1:11.-,01.I..--10.51I.-nnnzoqn? ! l i THERE IS N0 SUBSTITUTE i l FOR QUALITY l I ! Doniel's Shoe Repoirg g Shop : 129 - Sth Street E DIAL 2-7545 l . .g.....-..-.,-.,,.I-..-..-..-..-..-..-I.-..QI--..Q.--.- .?.-.,a:.,-.-c...-...,..-.I-...A...U-.,-...,f,.,,-..-.....:. 2 The Garrett Commercial School i F011 INIPUIQMATIUN c'.x1.1, i j MRS. R. L. GARRETT Q 'l'lCLlCPIl0NE :I-ism Q 9 g c'UAII'I.IAII4:NTS UI-' l l Q DAVISON'S DRIVE-IN Q OPEN 10 A. M.-2 A. M. go-up qmI1II1--enII1-1:1111I-:-Ian4I1-I1I-:IIqaIIun--m- E120 1 1010101041 0:.,10q.04.0g010101010uw COM PLIMENTS OF AUGUSTA BUILDING SUPPLY CO. 1559 Broad Street TWIN CLEANERS 702 Crawford Avenue Augusta, Ga. up-mn.-rf-umwanton.-11110101010101--1--1011-an. 14 COMPLIMENTS OF CARTER ELECTRIC CO. FAIR - JOPLING - ANDREWS APPLIANCE CO. 303 - 9th Street 519 - 13th Street Phone 2-9854-2-6997 f'0MI'LIMENTS OF COLONIAL is good WYLIE'S 5 and 10 BREAD ODOM SIGN SERVICE 863 Reynolds Street Augusta, lin, RALEY 8: COMPANY Pl'RNI'I'l'IiI-I :Ind I'I'IIIA'U AI'I'I.IAN4"I-IS MITCHELL, GEORGIA Phone No. 6 BOARDMAN MOTORS sT1'm-JIIAKI-:Ie v.-ms, 'rlclwxis EXPERT BODY REPAIR and SERVICE DEPARTMENT K'OMI'I.IMIENTS UF COLLEGE PHARMACY INYISIIILI-I HALF SOL!-LS FOX SHOE REPAIR ALL WORK GV.-XRANTEED 215 - 7th Street Augusta. Ga. -1-.anthem e501-p-,qp0qn0-5-,101--11 14 21101:-, I'UMI'l.IBII'JNTS OF LAUNDROMAT 423 Crawford Avenue PHONE 3-2201 I-mII'l,IA1I-:NTS OF LOMBARD BRINSON A11-:Ns wma f'UMI'I.IlIICN'I'S cw H. SHMERLING .I new I-31,511 I'0BII'I,IMICNTS or CHECKERBOARD FEED STORE Phcne 2-5254 1151 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. vmu-I.Im:xTs ov UNITY SUPER MARKET .um10:01.-101-11045010 cn..1..1..:..1. 1-,101--1-iqpognqni 1010-p ix-,101-,align Georgia and South Carolina Municipal, Local and General Market Securities Johnson, Lane, Space Cf Company, Inc. INVESTMENT SECURITIES 733 Broad St. Phone 2-7741 Augusta, Georgia CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF '50 C I Dafwfmff THE STORE FOR EVERYBODY P1-vxi--p-ics..1..:..cs -:nun -quiz'-1,-1.-:..:..eno 1infix-,qnfmq:nu1i,qw1-':01.,1iiq,01i-1014 1014.-14 10:1 Wm. Schweigert Co. JEWELERS FOR THREE GENERATIONS C. F. XVilkinson, Sr. Ethel K. Xvilkinson SINCE 1920 WILKINSON'S WASHINGTON ROAD Richmond CJunty's Oldest Country Store MILLER - ADAMS, Inc. OFFICE SUI"I'LlES .Q EQUIPMENT A. 8 III, BLUE PRINT CO. S05 Reynolds Street Compliments of WELT STORES, Inc. 1756 Broad St, Augusta. Ga. Compliments of SlLVER'S 5 AND 10c STORE U0-I Ilroud Street io: C: -11-:....::-ez.--J : 1-1 r: AUGUSTA BOOK STORE asa BROAD STREET COMPLIMENTS or HOME FOLKS CIGAR STORE 754 Broad St. Phone 2-7379 NEXYSTAND. I.l'NCI-IES, CIGARS i'UMl'I.lMENTS OF SIMKINS SEED CO. COMPLIMENTS OF OXNER'S RADIO SERVICE 1857 Central Avenue COBIPLIMENTS OF W. T. GRANT CO. KNOWN Fon VALUES Cmrmml-:NTS or FERRIS AUTO SUPPLY BECKUM 81 JONES JliWEl.l-IHS Phone 2-6707 857 Broad St. .XIIILIISIEL lin. SERVICE GARAGE Sp:-vlalists FORD - MERCURY ' LINCOLN REPAIRS .-X. N. I.+-film'-Irv-It 15 Years XYilh I-'urd Vlms, x'IIIII!'II'l 845-47'-49 Reynolds Si. Phone 2.1480 Hwy. 25-6 Miles North Phone 5-0071 "XVI'II.I'UMI'I TU IIIUHVSEH ELLIS' ANTIQUES Quality Antiques ul liensmmhlv Prices SMITH BROTHERS IIUTICI, and IiI'IS'I'AI'IiANT I'1Ql'II'MICN'I' 1027 Br.:?d St. Prone 2-4243 .IIIILIISILL fin. SOUTHERN DIESEL CO., Inc. North :XIICIISIIL S, 4'. DEALER FOR G. M. DIESEL MOTORS and KELVINATOR PRODUCTS BAILIE'S PARKING LOT "IN TIIIC IIICAIVI' OI-' THE HVSINICSS llISTIIIf"I"' 736 Reynolds Street A. C. "ll0U'I'S" ll.-KILIE Harrison Transfer 8: Storage Co. Agent for North American Van Lines REBA MURPHY IDIIICSSICS '-- Cofvrs Nationwide mr Klxfarsllllwlxrp-.SToR..xr:I-3 SVITS H M'l""N"5'W 825 Calhoun sf. Phone 2-2396 Clly Hall Square Augugful Ga' 916 Greene St. Augusta, Ga. 1-zxurmvlxrz INVITATIONSPCAIRDS SOCIAL STATIQNEM' RHODES OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 304 - Sth Street Augusta, Ga. W. C. IVEY COAL CO. COAL and FTEL OIL DIAL 2-8213 Roberts Sfreet and Railroad Ave. Q6595 xv? go 3. qllzfvzvmqml 1,nflqnmgllqpqqa--xnqpnqgllcp-seal::.-1-fzfi-:zz.ral,:..:.,qm:.:.:: .: ::..:.-xl.: 4-pnxx. ,qw-p.f11.q.-l-v -1-vgnqnozug. VARSITY DRIVE-IN "WHERE FRIENDS MEET" Gwinnett and Druid Park Avenue Telephone 4-3945 W. E. MORRIS FIRE EQUIPMENT CO. 314 Monument Street Telephone 2-2630 ..qpnqp1,qv.-1 rznmn-m,11.q,..4p4.qa..: 1-IEARMAN ENSTREET Realliirs ...aw1n-m - ... - ..-Q 9 i Q I Compliments of i Q ! ! Kmgs Way I ! g g Pharmacy 5 Q 2113 KINGS WAY : Augusta, Georgia Q Q TELEPHONE 3-4456 D i i I I ug. we.- ,- .11 1.3114 - ,r .- -. .. -1-'ge-..-H: :-::.f:..:.-zazjzlzz -111:-: vin.:-1111: -1.-1--1:.:.::.:::111:::::-'iz u Richmond Lumber Co. WHOLESALE LFMBER 520 S. F. C. Bldg. Phone 2-9026 P. O. Box 337 Augusta, Ga. CALL YS ON ANYTHING IN LFMUER DORIS JEWELERS "THE HOUSE OF STERLING" COMPLIMENTS OF BELMONT "Ev1-:m'nom' KNOWS 'rms u1aL11oNT sanvlcs noon Pooh" Spin-izxlizilmg in SE.-X FOODS und WESTERN STEAKS 716 Broad St. Open Day and Night WHEN YOU GOTTA L'OMl'l,lMENTS G0 or CALL JOE PACKARD Joe's Taxi E. J. ERBELDING 8: CO. DIAL 2-7711 XVHITE ONLY VIOLETTE HEATH'S FLOWER AND GTFT SHOP l'orm-r 4211-1'11v :pml 'l'nhm:1u Streets PHONE 3-2244 mul-11.1 llr ud Sllw-1:1 PLUMBING J. H. Mosley Plumbing 8: Heating Knll l s XXI1:-In You Xvvd Pilllllilillll Free Estimates--Repair Work A Specialty IIII. SZLYZIIIIIZIII liuzul. l'l11ruv 2-215348 AIIKIISHI, 121-m'i1:i:1 1'1lAll'l,IMl-ZNTS ul-' LAKEMONT SERVICE STATION .-Xl'lIl'S'l'A, 1lElllUGlA Telephone 3,7836 t'UMl'I.IMl'lN'l'S UI" FOX CAN DY COMPANY 1442 IIXVINNl'I'l"l' ST. Georgia Sporting Goods, lnc. EQIWPMENT FUR ALL SPORTS 319-21 - 7th St. Phone 2-1961 1101014114Qf.ap--1..1-.11-1--asf-1.49.1491-2-,ef 1'r1x1l'l,lA1riNTs Ill" STEED OIL COMPANY R. A. STI-Ilill :intl .L M, 'FUUMICY 1002 Twiggs St. Augusta, Ga. c'ux11'1.m1-:NTS ol-' MURRAY'S FLORIST TOLEDO SCALES No Springs - Honest Weight SCALES AND FOOD MACHINES Sales :md Servlm-P A. fi AHKINNON, Mgr. 1559 Walton Way Augusta, Ga. Telephone 2-1580 .:... : : :-:A :.-, 1-1010-gi-1 V14-1-.11-g:u1uc:.-1-.1nqsr-43114.11-1 4.4.1.--m,101 .ch .qnn1.,10g01-r1.1-rn-.14 1-,.-Q-,1-,qp0a:.f1.,z01.i-prqnvz 14.1034 ,1 INSURANCEl-FERTILIZERS FARM IM PLEMENTS-ELECTRIC SUPPLIES T. M. Nickles BLYTHE, GEORGIA ,I-:Nqrrxux.1..:.1..2'1411:01.-1-Inna-fzvcpuznznz-rx-iq,-,Qi-14.1 Authorized LINCOLN - MERCURY---SALES - SERVICES Southern Motors, Inc. 119 - 9th Street PHONE 2-0433 .1.-10-pi--nr-1.-11-11.45--an-,4:w1vq-.4.1..4p0g.-:Q 1.-1..1..1......1.,1. Wm .-,I.zum.van..1..c:v.,1..1.,.f.1:q.awz--101043i10414,1.,1-.1.,1..1,..1..guns COMPLIMENTS OF Murray Brothers, Inc. Distributors for BORDEN'S FINE CHEESES BEST FOODS PRODUCTS AVOSET PHONE 2-9806 1..1-V-.Mgr,gnzv-ap..14,q7.,1-ic-n :.11.,q:-Hqarienc. ep,,c.,:..:.icn.1:-1:1 -2-41-14-91:14:12-1:1-3 Jernigan Hardware Company IVHOLPEALE and RETAIL 1033-1039 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia Augusta Typewriter Exchange DISTRIBUTORS EOR ROYAL Royal Typewriter: Royal Portables Victor Adding Machines Friden Calculators Satcher Company BUILDER SLIIPLIES R. O. IV. YVINDOIY UNITS Tenth and Fenwick Streets Phone: 2-5636-2-7669 ez:-1 1 zqrzzfq-pan-ga--1-.- :cn---1-an-------7 Henry Darling, Inc. CHEVROLET Sales -- Service Augusta. Ga. 1-Q -101. ,:.e.-.-.,.- -.-,..-- -.- -.- - - .polar Ib1'Dolla1'- you emit beat a. P0 MU See The New Modern Home of PONTIAC MASTER AUTO SERVICE llth at Telfair St. in--1 qpngsnzhqaa- Frank Goldberg Co. Featuring Exclusively Junior By VARLYE MARION Mn-COY DORIS DODSON MINX MODIB W. W. Bush GENERAL INSURANCE 423 Masonic Bldg. Telephone 2-9035 ri-:ix-1-I1--14 1- 1- 1141- -1- suture:- Augusta Sporting Goods Company "EQUIPMENT FOR EVERY SPORT" 210-212 Eighth Street Phone 2-6007 I1-1--1--1.13--:ver -:axe .gf-3. 11,51.1.111,g0:.,:0:0qp0:4,qp-110101411024 ,v,snmp--zumwqnz .zzz .z ,z.1:f:z.fz:: Q l H ' " Co 1' e t Compliments of mp lm n S A U D I C H H. Edwards udlo-Vlsua enter il Distributor ll 216 - 12th se. Phone 2-0591 j ig GULF PRODUCTS U Augusta, Georgia "EVERYTHING FOR THE I Q i E Phone 2-4831-2 AUDIO-VISUAL PROGRAM" 11 Q I Nicholas street 1' ll ' '- "W '- W' -'1LQQQgQExQlQIe1y'iQQ1hZ'J' 1- h H Eye Physician" Comp mem of Q Q MURPHY an ROBINSON U Q PRESCRIPTION IOPTICTANS Howard Lumber Co' Lobby s. FNi:?Irgigg.Opuclans Gmldoiai 2-5641 P. 0. Box 201 i BASSFORD MOTOR CO., Ltd. 1900 Milledgeville Road - U CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTERS Augusta, Ga. l ! Q 3 1126 suis sum 1 -5111.11 sz ,Q .zz yzozuz--z-:z:zaz.:z.yz0zuznz:a.:0z4:z::z::z::z::z:z-:z':z::z':z.:z:-zzz. ROCKET AHEAD WITH OLDSMOBILE Dependable Since 1931 , Eastern Motor Company YOUR FUTURAMIC OLDSMOBILE DEALER Broad Street Phone 2-2655 rznza 1 sz-11.14-14,1111.1411411411-.gr-:z41zQz4:z:zi z1.z.vz1-11-14-z:1z11z.--w 11-zf-14 z 'zz- vzoz vzozozuz. 1.,zm:.vcv-10101011 qnzoznz :zzz up-:zsz Tzuzhzazhz.-z .z zz fztzzz nennuln lgglgqql wunns rn. 1:4-nz -14.1111z1:z:'z:z-.11-z4.z.4z-z z, zz- z z 'za z z -zvz--4.011-N...-1 1101-,104-v--z-mmf, an -I,1I.1.,1-114-10-.1 141,141 -1I rc:Ivg.':--1171.1--11,1-S1-'up 4. Q 'I Q Dansby Brothers Cr Company 0 PLUMBING and HEATING H II 1202 D'Antignac Street il AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 1, H II C EGIIPLIAIENTS ll . n Supernor Laundry li PHONE 2-5511 LAUNDERERS and CLEANERS Q U '! u i l DE SoTo - PLYMOUTH Q .-Xutlmfwim-cl SALES - SERVICES 2 Garrison - Roberts Motors, Inc. lll Eighth Street Phone 4-1424 i f'0lIl'LIMEN'l'S OE 9 . I Bowe Contractmg Co., Inc. g Successons T0 I Wm. F. Bowe G' Company IIL'N1I'IPAI, WORK-SIIIEW,x1,ES-DRIx'Ew.-ws Q READIBIIX VONCRETE Q Office 540 Reynolds Street Phone 2-2211 l Reaimix Plant, 1310 Walker street Phone 2-0597 Q Asphalt Plant, Ada Ramp Walden Road Phone 3-8841 1- 1v-.I1vqp.-4p--:I14r- ...ta 101,an-,101-'11411-1-41-.1141-I-m-Qnzhzl1101. chem.. -:ez .:..:.,: .:-: -114. A. J. Kilpatrick, Jr. INVESTMENT SECURITIES TELEPHONE 2-4023 138 - 8th Street AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 1:-1014-11:1--14-1-.-:4.1:.1: 1:1:1q:4i1..qa1rq -101-11.21 .-N1-1 1--1-.14-1-.gp-:1-use1:-:fo -1-1,1,1:111,q-41 1 1 1 1 111 Lake View Pharmacy SUMERAU'S "OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY" 1800 Broad St. Phone 3-4495 Augusta, Ga. 9:4-12111 :- 1. 1 -1.1-1 :Mm 1-.1 Compliments of Margaret Lotz Shop 1:14-1:14i:1f1i11:-1:1u1:1.,11.101i-1--iq .,.,.,.......-...........,.....,.......-......g. Drew's Food Store 1533 Walton Way Phone 2-7766 QUALITY GROCERIES-DRESSED POULTRY-SEAFOOD CHOICE MEATS-FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN FOOD Free Delivery to All Parts of Augusta and Suburbs FOR BEST IN FOODS . . . PHONE DREW'S . . . 2.7756 .. ., s--11 111 1:1:1:1:1:1.1-.1 10: W. E. Raines Co. Inc. BUILDING SPECIALTIES and SUPPLIES METAL PRODUCTS 14 Seventh Street Augusta. Ga. 31:1 11:1 1. 1, 1 .g...,G..: .,,..:....-:sz ,:.,-. : .5.......-:QE Gilbert Furniture Co. 1007 Broad St. Phone 2-2021 Augusta, Georgia 1:1.1'1,qp- 1.1 1.1 1-1--1. 1 -ao' 1.-cy nxucn-pzivzuzoz--1010101--101-11.' 1 : 1: Phoenix Oil Co. FUEL OIL-MOTOR OIL SANITARY SUPPLIES Your Patronage Is Soiicited and Appreciated 5th at Watkins SI. Phone 2-5321 AUGUSTA. GEORGIA - .1.,1:-45.1-1:f4n1-1 -an 1-1. 1.1.1414 1.4920 wx..- 11 1 ...iz-1 1 -1.-1.1 1 1 1,1 Compliments of Sidney Smith Paper Company 562 Reynolds St. Phone 2-6360 -101 -um v1.-1--1.-g-,:.v14-1- -1. P14121 -1 1014 -103-roam COMPLIMENTS OF Augusta Veneer Company AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Walker - Durant Motor Co. YOUR FORD DEALER Broad at 14th Street Phone 2-5371 ALLBURN COAL-iAIC COKE Patronize Augusta Ice Cr Coal Company Augusta, Georgia IIOBIE INDUSTRY COLD ALONE IS NOT ENOUGH Drink Royal Crown Cola BEST BY TASTE TEST .rcs ,xoxox 1 1011 zu : 4:3-. :::.:::: 4:41.-1 .ix--.:::::10: iz-fzfrxuz-vangqgozvgf 1'-1.,101.,csw:w1 COMPLIMENTS OF Murphey - Weatherford Plumbing 6' Heating 712 - 12th Street Tel. 2-8556 10qmI4:1:::,1--14 -:af znxfz-' :--can-pvauqpozoqpfvmsi-up-,g+,1.,1-,qu,qpognzbxo-4:4111-:Q : Warren Walker, Jeweler HOUSE OF FINE STERLING Sterling Silver-CrystalslGifts-China 10:11:01 11.14-14,11 101 .11qnocuraocuzuzu51154-1014,-9.-43014-up ,1014-i1fi:4,11mp4 COMPLIMENTS OF Augusta Garage 742 Reynolds Street 2-6885 vxoxygoqwxi 1.14111-L1-14-11,1.i1 101.f1.1-F-0194:-f: 1: ,101-ezazfz zz ,101-fx BEST WISHES Georgia-Carolina Brick 8' Tile Co. AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 1--zuxuz-.14-1 .101 ,1-'11-21.491--pivqn..-p--4: ...I-1:01-iz.-q..:4-as-V1.4-1--in-p..m-1-71-'11 U: ::- ::.:::.1-zz zz.-2-.:.p11::aLw:.::,11Q.:::zacne:-Q:.fgipgiig-,1.1-14,111.1 14 ,101 rxnznzuzuz- zuai mnunnqwannqaoz-ic:-rg.,301-11-,1-,11-101019111-.1 -11.11.14 up -11-14-14,11,10s4,:0:n:0qp1,11-41.-101.-11... up--14-101.-1.-m-14-10:0 -up-up ,zngnp--1--1.-10an.-cm-:dem.am-1,-14va:m1.-4:0qv..1.,1u4p.-1 111 CONGRATULATIONS FROM PvintinQ 'a Corporq . 1 Z r NCVSVGPC X ' 1 1 'oh' A9enr Augusta "' ' Geov9'o K! Ely: Augusta Qlhrunirlr K 4 XTIIE AUGUST 'A HERALD Munn.: ixvuv Eur.:-c Telephone 4-5483 71. aux- 14,11 np. 4.14 QB.-nw, r,H1.-1--11-1.1014-1.vqm Georgia - Pacific Plywood G' Lumber Company SOL'THIiRN FIN.-XNVIS HL'Il,DING BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES ALL MAKES HF BIC'Yf'l.IiS REPAIRED R. L. Sumerau Cr Son V1 1- 1 1. 1, 1,1 5 -p. np- qu 'rm 1. np- 1 -qv 1,1 1,1 1,1 -1 .cu 1, -1--1 -ca' 1 as -ep -1,1 MAXWELL BROTHERS FURNITURE RADIOS. FRIGII'JAIRES. URAPERIES Phone 2-5526 933 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia rx- 1- 4-.,1f-Q-mqpmmafexi mf,1.-14,14-1-V:--14,3-in-P:--1-'alfa-ix Hun -avr: ra. fav 1 -qv--40 as--1 -1 q.f.q.,..01-ig..-.0q..q1,:0qp..q.,:t 14ia-i-.,...,14,14,-N.:-,qua-4rqpnqngi 1 ,qt.q.--mp.-Q..-mqaqtiq-..p.--v ,Q .14ig.,-mt.,--.pi-q-.-1.-q..g..q...p.-Q-ty. Compliments of Norvell Cabinet Co. P. 0. Box 382 -Augusta, Ga. PHONE 2-2512 HCABINETS FOR THE HOME" H. fr S. Cleaners THE CLEANEST CLEANERS 1282 Broad Street ONE DAY SERVICE Phone 2-8643 - OXVNER - STANLEY ERICKSON izuznqiqiizoztiziixuzuxoztiqsozt FEEDRIGHTf7l?L'1COMPANY Zmufumqwma -.i-....i.......,-.g. Murphy Stationery Company SOCIAL and COM MERICAL STATIONERY 718 Broad Street Dial 2-2122 4mp.iz.-1-.14-14--p01..1.,cs..1-ignqatqi ,101 nga:-110cm,: v1.'z.,1..1.,1.mb.,1ii rio:- 0 1014... ,..,...g. Bodeker - Fuller Drug Company Broad and 12th street PHONE 2-5577 Augusta, Ga. 4.10: esac. ix..1f.z..4s..f:i,:.,:.,.z.,1.,zi,-Nur -:naman.cn.,:.i:-rep-i1t.1.-1-inf 1- 1. 1014 Compliments of Brigham's 1732 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. gm...-..-...-.....,-..-.-1,..4,-i.-..,.,-...sn-...D. CENTRAL AMOCO SERVICE STATION AMOCO PRODUCTS Washing - Polishing - Lubrication Battery Recharging ROAD SERVICE G. R, LANDRURI, Prfp. 2598 Central Ave. Phone 3-9192 MONTE szvo SERVICE STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS Washing - Polishing - Lubrication Battery Recharging ICUGENE SUMMIQRALL. Prop. 521 Monte Sano Ave. Phone 3-6912 .g.,-.,-Q-..-.,-.,-..-..-.,-..-..-U-..-.,Q.,-.,Q1 -1.e......,-..-.-.,...,..i-.,-....,.......... Compliments of I R u be n s AUGUSTA-YS ONLY HO M E-OWNED DEPARTMENT STORE 2-6671-2-6672 form. 1.-1.714-an-T1.-14.1..c.,1--...api1.--Q-izties. 1.10: LI. .g.........-....-.. - ,:.I-.,.. Ii U l eg. eg. H ir eg.,-e.,-,,-,- -...-. -. 0.4-2 ri vi -301 -1 I-1 -1 e .3 II in II n ll ! ! ! ! Q ! l I:--cn. -pu: 101- 1 :I-11 -Ez I-: --.Z -z-:a.LE-.,:,:,.:-.,:,:,::::,: II., Il HEY KIDS!! LET'S BOWL A GAME AT Augusta's Largest Recreation Place Richmond Bowling Academy OVER THE BUSY BEE Open 1 Days e Week unm 1 O'Clock II - REDUCED RATE TO SCHOOL LEAGUES - U .-.-...--.... .... I-..I-..I--.-- ........ -., U U Bailie Furniture Company 726 Ellis Street Ii SHADES - AIVNINGS - LINOLEUM PICTURES - ERAIIINI4 Phone 2-2951 II .Ii ... 1-1 -. ...,. - -.- ,.,.- ni- ---I .... U., AI'c:L'STA'S OUTSTANDING LAUNDERERS and CLEANERS Ii FOR OVER so YEARS Hulse Laundry, Inc. -AIUST A GOOD ONE" II 1976 Ellis Street 320 - ssh Street 3-4451 Phone 2-2460 I .-,---..,-.,.-. ..... ..,,...-.---..,..,.-,------JL I.- - -,--.-.- ----.- --,: ,: ,: I: -. : -.-.-. : I: -. 223, l I'OL"I.I, BE AT THE HEAD OF THE FLASS WITH "HEARTS DESIRE" CERTIFIED GENUINE DIAMONDS SOLD ON CONVENIENT QREDIT TERMS II ll Friedman's Jewelers " 816 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. U ,-,,-,-.,,-,,-1-1-, -,- ,..--I:,-: :L : L- L-.- :E :e::,E.! 36 fill!!! Non' xve'll give a cheer lor Tnluman, For the school nc love the most! lfvermore we sing her praises, Anil her name shall be our boast. Tn the top xve'll raise her colors, Anil her slzindzirnls ever hold. Then let ns give ll rousing cheer For the 'l'ulnn:in Black :mil llolil. Then let us give n rousing ehecr For the 'l'nl-main Blzifk anil flolcl. CHORUS Sn . . . nilh voices loud :ind stronu. To her name ni-'ll raise :i song For ln her our hearts belong, With ai love untold Then ni-'ll eheer for 'llnlvman lliglil Nlny her spirit never die! Yirloriuns may fly lk-:ir olrl Blnek :ind Gnlcl. il-Ulllld Ihll ' 0 WMA ACKNOYYLEDGMENTS The drawings from Walt Disney's "Songs Of The South" are copyright by Walt Disney Productions and reprinted here through their kind permission. Photographers: Portraits-Robert Wilkinson Studio Action Shots-Morgan Fitz, Photographer Faculty cuts of Miss Jones and Miss Hart- Breault's Studio Engravers: The Garden City Engraving Company Printers: Walton Printing Company Quotations: Joel Chandler Harris, Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings J f'l' Q U ai' , K :N -P 'll v . ' ' 5 Af' 4,1 . ' . 1 ' "' ' '- is . . . " fd ' 5 , 4 M5 , WY' .F I h ' V , 7 . 1.5. hx. 4-' -'tg' 4 . .Y Y lg .- A ' I, A fr .. " Q' , , , V if I ' Q C L , I I fd' , ' 0 H , - " 'sv , 1 ' ' a' , La! -V I 0 3. L , ' R A 5 I x ' ' I V , . Qv 1 N A -"xy-g - - . Fx Qi'-'X' v ' -."'Uo xkx Q 415K 5 s Nm Q44 Q.: ,,:7qx '5 n,'.X .f ey! 9 ,ff- Q asv' 1 fs 4 H . f -xg' f- 1 44,59 2' Y f idi- zxxx J nm. .njjzil Q we gg I 'lhn . E R III r ,QP at l . f -w 1 i' 1 ll ' V5 . I' K -11-r - 5 -162. A -..- 3-C-'13-VFD - F - ' X If ' f - 4 F A 1 1 - . 'Y' ' 'in ' n - 4.4K a ,J h ,wi .1 ' i l Q 1.5 fl Y .H Y , 2:1 :::'. 1 QU U3 unan- K' .i I s


Suggestions in the Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) collection:

Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

1941

Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

1942

Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

1946

Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

1947

Tubman High School - Maids and a Man Yearbook (Augusta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

1948

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.