Tuscaloosa High School - Black Warrior Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

 - Class of 1937

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W.. f .-wh, ,:,. 1, .,5, , H Y 1 A V Y SENIGR CLASS POEM Wlllle with thee we have ahtded For three short and happy yea Wh ve gamed experlence and a knowledge To guxde us through worldly fears Your nohle Splfll and character fine Wlll ever lend a gmdlng hand To hft us to the greatest helghts suhhme To make us known tn 'my land Truthfully we say we ve enjoyed our stay Pun galore at hall games and dances Happter tlmes than these are far far away And wxll e er he fond remembrances As we leave dear T H S We yearn for future Joys Wfnth whxch we have been hlest Whxle we were glrls and boy Though we re gromng up strong and fme To follow as drd the rest We leave the fruits of lahcr love hehmd For rhtt we vt clone our est M T ORMOND Class 14 Poet ' rs, , . . . , . , x Q V 1 . , , . . - 1 . . , - 7 . , . . ., 'Q H s. - , , ,K , ,, 3 ,, n , 1, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Preszdenl BLACKSTON E THOMPSON MARTIN CLARK Secretary Treasurer THOMAS FLYNN 15 Vice-President C W ADAMS Theres honesty manhood and good ellowshlp m htm R O F B Glee Club HxY Commercial Club French Club Student Councll Section Officer Red Cross Council Science Club NETAGENE ALSTON Shes all my ancy pamted her Shes lovely she 5 dmne Treasurer enme Brown Club Secretary French Club Black War nor Staff Commercxal Club Serv HOWELL ANDREWS Never do today what you can u untxl tomorrow OLIVIA ARMSTRONG Smrerzty 15 thy name Home Economics Club Commer clal Club ANNIE BELLE ATKINSON A rnrld and gentle character French Club Pep Squad Glee Club Science Club FRANK ADAMS 1 e II but a lxttle span Out o xt get all you can Red Lerrer Club HOMER ANDERSON ur baseball hero ed Lerrer Club ROY APPERSON lu t gwe me txme Ill show Commerclal Club JULIA ANN ASTROTH When axth and skzll Work to gether you may expect a master pzece Secretary Science Club French Club Glee Club Library Assistant National Honor Society LOTTIE BANK A good drsposzlxon rs to he tov ered more than gold rr a- ,I I A 1,1 ,,L.f . 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P t Off 'ns W ff . . - ' I 16 MILDRED BARNES Come what come may Her virtues will xbme through the rougher! day Library Assistant Glee Club Black Warrnor Staff Pep Squad Servlce Club ROBERT BEALLE Who :anal that ,gzrls are smarter than boys Sclence Club REBECCA BELL As sweet as .the look: Glee Club Student Council Pep Squad SARAH BICKLEY Her cheer ulness endearx ber to the heart: o many National Honor Society H Life Staff Black Warrior Staff Com mercxal Club Scxence Club Dra matics Club Office Runner French Club Service Club RALPH BOLEN Hes the trombone man m the bana' DOUGLAS BARNETT When pleayure calls he listens Scxence Club Band Glee Club Commercial Club WILSON BEAUCHAMP Gods gift to women Nauonal Honor Society French Club Biology Club Dramatxcs Club Hn Lzfe Staff Black Warrior Staff FRED BICE Red Letter Club Science Club LEE BIDGOOD Small m sxze but not rn mmd FLETCHER BOLES Tbxnks o the past hopes or the uture ana' takes care of t e pres en Red Letter Club , ,. ,, . ,, I , A D , , . ' E 4 9 3 ' ' 5 5 S 5 ., . . ,, ' ,,, 9 9 : - 5 ' H -U "A ladies, man-all girls on band? 9 's g ' . f, J, , ,, f . ,, . . . . ,, , . . . 5 in . 5 a 9 - 1 H 9 - 9 9 5 . " ' f , f f , ll - 1, F? J ' K. ,, 2 . 2 17 MILDRED BROOKS 5 natural to be mee when you re naturally mee GROVER BURCHFIELD Gxrls keep your hearts hes wom an proo Scrence Club Latm Club Art Club Stamp Club MARY E CABANISS She studies Yeah but what about? Glee Club Commercnal Club Pep Squad French Club Physical Educancn Club Home Economrcs Club MABEL CHAN N ELL A very .vtudrous and talented gzr Home Economics Club French Club Commercial Club MARTIN CLARK T. H. S. loves a .fpnrtsman true So We pin a coveted T on you. Captain Football Team' Red Letter Club' Cheer Leader' Stu- dent Council- Vice-President Senior Class. VERA BROWN Varzety rx the Jpxce o lx e she xx ever varrable Glee Club Home Economrcs Club Commercral Club Physxcal Education Club SARAH BURKS Her lzzndnesx smxles and good cheer will take her on year a ter year Black Warrior Staff Home Eco nomlcs Club Science Club French Club Dramatxcs Club BILLY CAPPS Spealzxng generally hes generally speakmg ISABEL CHAPPELLE Why worry? Worry never Won anythmg Home Economics Club Com merclal Club HELEN CLEMENTS Helen always has a smile or you. Home Economics Club' Commer- cial Club. GEORGE CODY Hu rxendr there are many Hu oes are there any? Scxence Club French Club MARION COLEY The world lutens to a person who talks well French Club R O F B Sci ence Club Student Councnl Black Warrior Staff Dramatncs Club H1 Y MAMIE CORNELIUS Talk talk talk and always talk French Club Commercral Club Glee Club Pep Squad Stamp Cub BURTON CURRY Leaderrhzp rs wrztten on hx: ace President National Honor So crery HnY Presrdent unxor Sec tion Business Manager H1Lrfe Latin Club Red Letter Club Black Wfarrxor Staff Student Council Vxce Presrdent Freshman Class Sen ence Club JEANETTE CUTTS A good heart rs more precxou: than gold Commercnal Club Pep uad Glee Club VANCE COLBURN I am sure that care rr an enemy to lx e CAPRON CORK Hu .rmcerxty nuns many rxends Glee Club French Club Black Warrnor Staff Dramatncs Club Servxce Club Commercial Club Stamp Club GEORGE CUMMING Always good natured and smalmg oo Good to be around when you are ue R O F B Glee Club Science Club Student Councxl Black War nor Staff WALKER CURRY Men o ew words are the best O F B French Club Sci ence Club Dramatlcs Club ROSA DANIEL She gets whatever she goes a ter Commercial Club Dramarrcs Club Debatmg Club MARTHA NELL DARDEN Aon here to go and all day to get there R O F B Commercial Club Stamp Club Pep Squad Servxce C ub MARY ELSIE DEAL And .vtzll the Wonder grew 'lhat one small head could carry all she knew Service Club Section Officer Pep Squad President V1cePres1 dent Latin Club H1 Life Staff Assistant Editor Blaclc Warrior R O F B Editor Black Warrior Secretary National Honor Society Dramulcs Club Library Asslstant Student Council Home llconomlcs Club THOMAS DODSON All great men are dead and lm not eelxng so well myxel Hr Life Staff H1 Y MARION DOUGHTY Beauty xx only :km deep hut sound' the depths o her heart Section Officer National Honor Soclety Pep Squad Student Coun cal Vrce Presndent Home Econom lcs Club Library Assistant Com merclal Club Dramatxcs Club enme Brown Club Black Warrxor Staff Latm Club Servlce Club R O F B JAMES DUREN An honext man and true French Club MARY E DAVIDSON the joys o lx e she never get: her ll Glee Club Pep Squad Student ouncll French Club Service Cub HELLON DERAMUS Pretty and happy folly and Smzlmg and laughxng the lwe long Home Economics Club Com merclal Club JAMES DONIGAN There xx nothmg else like un 15 there? VIRGINIA DUNCAN Happy am I rom care Im ree Why arent they all contented like me? Glee Club CAROLYN ECHOLS A cute ace and a cute person arty Commercial Club ,, , I U nor, . f . fx .U - - - 42 ' .2 . . . g 9 C . Q S . l . I I . 5 - ' . N .. 1 I , 347' , , , . . 5 ' . , 9 def . I. I I . . .3 I . 5 ' 3 . L 5 ' . - ' is ' Q ' . a Clubg School Pianistg Jennie Brown f ' ff' ' f 'f , if e f, . 1 s ' . 9 -I . I . Z Q 5 ' YY f - 1 . - . . w w l 2 . T .5 20 KARL ELEBASH Ive hztched my wagon t the stars Edrtor H1I.1fe Football Section President Red Cross Councrl Red Letter Club Commercral Club Sc: ence C' lub Safety Councnl Student Councrl VIRGINIA EVANS A quxet tongue shows a msc head Home Economics Club Com merclal Club MARGARET ELLA FIN NELL Lots o pep and plenty 0 mind As true a rlend youll never md Sectxon Officer Pep Squad Dra matics Club Secretary Home Eco nomlcs Club Commercial Club Service Club R O F B STEPHEN FITTS Always ready to do more than hxs part Hr Y French Club Scxence C ub MARY FOSTER A name that rs a suhstztute gemus sense and wrt Natlonal Honor Society Black Warrior Staff HlL1fe Staff President Commercial Club Glee Club VlcePres1dent Dramatlcs Club Pep Squad Library Assist :mt Debating Club BILLIE ESSLINGER just ask me OFB HOSMER FARR Our T H S oothall hero Red Letter Club Scrence Club AUDREY FISHBURNE Ever happy never blue She always has a smrle or you Science Club Home Economncs Club Art Club French Club Presrdent Sectnon Glee Club Sec retary Treasurer Stamp Club Pep uad Student Councrl Servlce Club Jennie Brown Club THOMAS FLYNN true Tlffld II the best thang rn 1 e National Honor Society Secre tary Treasurer Senior Class RUTH FOSTER Studzous to please though not ashamed to al Glee Club Dramatlcs Club Service Club Pep Squad Physical Educatxon Club Hx Lrfe Staff ,, , . rf ,, 0 . n ' Z 3 S Q 3 3 ' - 9 1 fr f JJ ,. . - u 5 . 5 . 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GLADYS FOURAKRES Gladys xx 4 nend to all Commercial Club WILLIE MAE FREE merry as the day II long EUNICE GIBSON Dan t let your educatxan xnter ere wxth your good tune ERNEST GIRLINGHOUSE Earnest' Don t tell me Ive made a pun R O F MARY EVELYN GLASS Wxxdom 15 better than gold or silver National Honor Society Latin Club R O F B Science Club Library Assistant SARA FREDERICK fudge not by rzze or youll have a surpnse Home Economics Club Com merclal Club VIRGINIA FULLER Sow to anger rapxa' rn actzon Pep Squad French Club Sec netary Commercnal Club Treasurer Secuon Sclence Club Servnce Club Lubrary Asslstant H1 Lnfe Staff BERNICE GILLILAND Says lxttle lrut tlrmlu rnuclv French Club Pep Squad ELIZABETH GIRTMAN Alwayx In tlre rxglrt spot at the nglrt tame R O F B Home Economxcs C ub IRENE GRAY A wmner never quxts and quztter never mn: Pep Squad WILLIAM GRAY He pep: thmgs up enjoys lxe and helps other: to enjoy rl too Glee Club ANDERSON GREENWOOD The Gibraltar of T H National Honor Socxety Presx dent Section R O F B H Y Busmess Manager Black Warrior HlL1fe Staff Safety Council Latin Club Student Councll Sci ence Club Biology Club Service Club Dramaucs Club Commercxal Club Debating Club Executive Advxser Black Warrncr CHARLOTTE GROSS Too nue to err too good to unkind Science Club Latm Club Glee Club Physical Educatxon Club SAMUEL I-IAMBY Nothmg zs so good ax xt zs be orehana' MARY ADELIA HAUSMAN When that zvhlrh .rhe Wzxhes does not happen ,fhe wzshex or what does happen Glee Club Pep Squad Servnce Cub 43 JOHN H GREENE Men may come and men may go ut Ill talk on orever Latm Club Scnence Club Serv :ce Club R O F B Commercial Club Stamp Club RICHARD GROFF Soon or late the man who wms I5 the man who thinks he can President Senior Section I-I1Llfe Staff Black Warrior Staff Sc: ence Club Glee Club French Club Student Council THOMAS HAGER Never troulzle trouble tlll trouble troubles you ROBERT HAMILTON The world xtand: asule to let hm: pau who know: where he u going? WILLENE HAYGOOD Where I look 1 lxlce and where I lake I lore Commercial Club R O F B MARY HERMAN We are remembered hy what we Nauonal Honor Socnery Home Economics Club Servlce Cub Latin Club MARY LOUISE HIXON Happmess as cheaper than worry ro why pay the higher price? Debating Club Home Econom rcs Club Latin Club Black War nor Staff Science Club Dramat rcs Club Forensic Leagul Thxs valxant Woman s look rs more than the sword Commercial Club French Club Home Economxcs Club Pep Squad Pbyslcal Education Club JAMES HOOPER A boy Worth knowing GERTRUDE HUFFMAN But mth Trudre cool reflectxon fame Commercxal Club French Club Pep Squad OLA MAE HIGGINBOTHAM A sweet attractwe grrl FRANCES HOLLEY er rrendlmess rs contagious ome Economxcs Club Commer cial Club Cheer Leader ennle Brown Club ELOISE HOLLOVIAN She rs remembered or what she rs Office Runner Black Warrior Staff H1 Life Staff ROSE ELLE HUBBARD Shell tell you Where ancys red In the heart or m the head Home Economics Club Band Pep Squad LOUISE HUGHES We all know she s Sweet Science Club Commerclal Club Dramatlcs Club do." V , . ' s ' i 'l s NH f . - - . lr, H ' 3 - Y I ' 9 s J ' rf - l U Jr LENA ZELL HOLLIS Commercial Clubg R. O. F. re J f P b H ' I! e ' 2 5 24 RUBY NELL INGLE Her clrarmmg ways and sunny smzle .Nlake ber rxendslvxp well worth Whzle Physncal Education Club Home Economxcs Club POXWI-IATAN JAMES A young Locbxnvar has come ou o the West Black Warrior Staff Art Club C R JOHNSON lm not on lbc roll o ordmary men R O F B Band French Club GRAHAM JONES Lx e wxthout mzscbxe 1s not f1 c at all R O F B WILEY KARRH Laugbler has a caicfvmg sound Thats 'Wby W all like Wiley around TRUETT JAMES In the vaunted Works o art The master stroke rs True!! s part President Hx Y Red Letter Club Secretary Treasurer F r e s h m a n Class Black Warrior Staff H1 Life Staff Scxence Club Student Coun MARY KATE JEMISON True to her work ber word her nends H1 Life Staff President Dra matics Club Debating Club Bus: ness Manager Black Warrior Stu dent Councll Officer Runner Vuce Presldent Latln Club Pep Squad National Honor Society ennle Brown Club Vice President French C ub ALICE McLEAN JONES She always Iurns up smzlmg National Honor Society Presl dent ennle Brown Club Service Club French Club Dramatlcs Club Pep Squad Black Warrior Staff HERBERT JONES There s a lzttle un zn every smart Treasurer Senior Section Stu dent Council Dramatlcs Club Sci ence Club ARNOLD KARTZINEL A one man gang French Club Science Club Red Letter Club - 1 . , .,, f ' ' . . - H - : s l- A 3 ' Z I I Z I' - - S 2 ' cil. 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I N - ' 1, e Z Y 9 2 . 2 25 CRAIGEN KENNEDY Personalxty makes the grrl Pep Squad Dramatlcs Club Drum Major Band H1Lxfe Staff Black Warrnor Staff French Club Home Economncs Club Lann Club WILLIE NELL KIRKLEY Kmdness adds sweetness to every thmg Home Economxcs Club Com merclal Club O G A Glee Club JOHN ALLEN KYZER Lxttle I dream o care as onward go Band Science Club GLADYS LAKE uzet gentle good and kmd A better rzend youll never d Home Economics Club MAVIS LAWLESS The lemd 0 gzrl xt 15 pleasant to know Home Economics Club Pep Squad MOZELLE KIRKLEY Sneet I5 her nature sweet IS her are And deep m our hearts she holds a place Black Warrlor Staff H1 Llfe Staff Office Runner Secretary Sectxon Servxce Club Commercxal Club Home Economrcs Club JAMES KIZZIRE Marconz the Second Science Club Glee Club RUTH KYZER Her heart rs as true as steel Home Economics Club FRANCES LARY Love me little love me long ls the burden o my song Black Warrxor Staff Secretary Treasurer Dramatlcs Club French Club Pep Squad MALCOLM LEE Sel done rs well done . , . f 1 s s . 0 I, . l 21 9 s A a s a - 2 - s a Z 5 Q . I , fl . J! 3 . . ., . Q . Pr ' f , I ,, Q . HQ . . s : r Q , ' I 27 r' YI . I 1 i ,, Z . S Q . ,, . f . . , ,, Z ., I, . ,, HEI EN LEVERTON Talkzng rs lfer joy Science Club R O F B Home Economics Club BILLY LIVINGSTON H15 voice and lvxs looks speak rm R O F B Glee Club Debat mg Club Latin Club Black War nor Staff JOHN MACKERETH 7Vlan delights not me nor woman eztlver SCICUCB HA7EL McDANIEL cheery sm: e or everyone Science Club Dramaucs Club Glee Club Pep Squad Physical Education Club MARY JANE McVAY Words cannot describe lrer. National ,Honor Society' ennie Brown Club' Science Club' Black Warrior Staff' Hi-Life Staff' French Club' Library Assistant' Service Club' Student Council' Sump Club' Arr Club. 'US BILL LIPSEY Good nature and good sense combined National Honor Society Presi dent Student Council Section Off: cer Black Warrior Staff Hi Life taff Science Club Art Club HIY VIRGINIA LLOYD Her musrcal talent personalzty and brains make ber a valuable student Black Warrlor Staff Service Club Glee Club Pep Squad Dra matics Club French Club ROBERT MCBURNEY An all around good fellow Natxonal Honor Society, Basket ball Cheer Leader JOHN IVlcKINLEY nowledge comes but wisdom lingers National Honor Society Black Warrior Staff HI-Lxfe Staff Scr- ence Club' Glee Club' Latin Club- Stamp Club' Service Club. JOHN MEANEY He 's rom being 'an old Meanie. HARLAN MEREDITH Patxence xs a necessary mgredrent o gemus Blanc Warrior Staff HlLlf2 Staff French Club GUY MOMAN A lzkeable and rlendly boy Commercial Club Latin Club FARLEY MOODY Szncerzty and kzndness are better than all the riches -0 the earth National Honor Society Latin Assistant Business Manager Black XV:-xrrxor Section Officer Student Council enme Brown Club BROWNELL MOORE Some call him Apollo Science Club Latin Club ISAAC NELSON Why worry? Home Economics Club MABLE MILLS Bram: and common sense wx take her French Club Service Club Latxn Club Commercxal Club Dramatxcs C ub BETTY MOODY Her character may he judged by her agreeahlenesx Black Warrlor Staff HlL1fe Staff MAXXVELL MOODY Wfth htm mleflect and rzendlx rzexs go hand rn hand matics Club Glee Club Stamp Club Nanonal Honor Socxety ANNIE LEE MORRIS She truly has the gz t o gab Home Economxcs Club Dramat :cs Club French Club THOMAS NICOL Tall and dark mth a merry lawn kle m hzs eye HIY Student Councll Basket a ,, . . . . 1 ll - f . .,, 1 fans: , . I .u . . 9 . 5 . 9 ' 1 3 rr - f - In N 'U . f .Jr H ' A , I D fn' '. Clubg French Clubg Hi-Life staffs Sfiwfe Cljlbs Latin Chfbs Dra- UJJ V , ' ,, Af f - , l b 11. ' ' ' ' 'c 5 28 MARY SUE NOLEN Dont fudge her temperament by the color a Iver haxr Offxce Runner Home Econom :cs Club Commerclal Club M T ORMOND Wzt and Wzsdom are born wxth a man Natxonal Honor Society I-I1L1fe Staff Black Warrlor Staff Presn Club Student Council JAMES PARK Wxtb patient mattentton bear lvzm prate MARY ELIZABETH PATTON Calmness 15 the orerunner o all wzxdom AUDRIA PHILLIPS As pretty as a picture Commercial Club French Club Home Economics Club MARY CLAIRE OLIVER Her heart xx as gold as her ban French Club Glee Club DEBOW OWEN Gemux Joes what It must talent does what xt can Presxdent Science Club Presx dem Dramatxcs Club R O MARGARET PATTON A true and loyal friend Home Economics Club Comme: c1al Club Physical Education Club AVERETTE PENICK Surely :Ive 1: a cousin to Venus Art Club Sclence Club Red Cross Council Home Economxcs Club Black Warrior Staff JAMES PHILLIPS Ambztxon has no nik l W ., , . H - - ,, f A ,, , ' . X , . 3 . 9 . . . ..- I - I , ,, , , . ' I" ,, . 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I EDWARD PIRTLE A proper man as anyone shall see in a summers day R O F B Science Club Glee Club French Club Service Cub JOSSELYN POE What she does she does well H1L1fe Staff Debatmg Cub Dramatlcs Club Pep Squad Com merclal Club Service Club Glee Club Black Warrior Staff HOMER BRUCE POU True mt xs nature to advantage dressed That oft was though! but ne er well expressed Band Glee Club Scnence Club MARGARET PRIDMORE Tzme still as he lxes adds 1 crease to her truth Home Economics Club FRANCES QUINN Thoughts that breathe ana' words that hum Glee Club Dramaucs Club MARGARET PODESTA She knew whats what and thats as high s metaphysxc mt can ly Office Runner R O F B Latm Club Home Economics Club Com mercnal Club Student Councxl President Section WYNELL PORTER In every gesture dignity and love Home Economics Club Com merclal Club DORA FAYNE POWELL Dont try to estxrnate whats an quiet gurl Pep Squad JANE PROWELL Tall dark and beautz ul LESTER RAY And even hrs axlxngs lean to vxr tue s side . , 7' !f l I , ' i Il' ' A ' ' f " , . . .9 g , 3 l . 3 . . , .g 5 5 ' S 5 7' ll . . - 9 l 9 9 3 - 5 g .. - - , 5 . 3 . ,, . . , , 1 50 D ,, ,, , . , . d - - n 9 9 - - .. . . . . , f , n- ,, . ff 77 1 J 3 ' ., ,, ' ,, . f . . . , A , - ,, . , , . LOUISE RICE sweet ace a sweet character sweet grrl SARA ROBERTS Her own character rs the arbiter o everyones ortune Commercial Club Science Club Debatmg Club Dramatlcs Club CATHERINE RUMLEY .She carries the rod o leadership with capable hands National Honor Society Stu dent Council President Home Eco nomxcs Club Pep Squad Cheer Leader Office Runner Section Of fxcer Service Club TILDA ALICE SHELTON A bzt a very palpable hx! Black Warrnor Staff French Club Pep Squad Art Club TOMMIE STEPHENS He xs a bummg ana' shmmg ight Student Council JENNIE RICHARDSON She has brains looks and per svnalztv What more could any one want? Nauonal Honor Socnety H1 Lxfe taff Black Warrior Staff Lann Club French Club Glee Club Of FICE Runner FRANK ROBERTSON thought as a sage but he el! as a man AMELIA SAVAGE Szlence rs the per ectesl herald o o WYLODIN E SHOTTS A lzttle one shall become a thou rand and a small one a strong natron Pep Squad Science Club Offxce nner Glee Club Dramatlcs C ub ROBERT STORY I would help others out o ellow eelmgs "A f , I U ,- " . A ' f I Q S 3. S l 3 9 A' N f ' in n U 'He n, f H .. f U . U is I ' 3 Z .. - - I i f ' 5 :I '7' 3 l 9 Z - Ru g 5 I g l I . N A 14 H " ff .' f ' ." O 2 II l 0 2 5 31 ALA STRICKLAND She was xndeed the glass Wherezn the noble youth drd dress themselves R O F B Commercial Club Offxce Runner Art Club Latm Club Student Council Sectxon Of ncer HERMOINE STRONG Great modexty o ten hides great ment Commercial Club FRED SWANSON Wor I5 nork and rt nust he Br! I have my work and 1 lan my un H1 Life Staff O G A Band O F ALBERT TATUM Albert 15 welllzked because o ht: good 5ense of humor Red Letter Club H1L1fe Staff Treasurer Section EUGENE TERRY Everyone enjoys Genes compan xonshxp NELLIE STRICKLAND Happy go lucky rs Nellre Home Economncs Club O G CHRISTINE SULLIVAN To have a nend be one LOVENTRICE TAGGARI' She always Wears a .vweet s rule. C D TATUM A me leader a good mort and a popular student Science Club Red Letter Club Secretary Section Baseball MADISON TERRY He IS welllznown and welllzkea' around school Red Letter Club l l l J f ' ' ' ' . ," ' 3 . .A. . . . .5 ' -3 9 s 9 9 - f . f , - ,, f . ' .U ., r ,, ? '. k ' , r UIIHC. . ' 1 ' J f I! '- ' a - . -s 1 R. ' . . B. f , . , ,, - ' 4 9 fr - -e f l h : 9 rr - . -' ,, if ' J - I 2 . 'C 32 VIVIAN TERRY A rxendly smrle is one o her outstanding assets Pep Squad Physical Education Cub MARY V THOMPSON She has her share Home Economics Club Commer nal Club MARY TUBB s 'endzd rllustratxon 0 a studs Commerclal Clubs FRANCES TUNSTALL A splendza' xlluslratxon of good' bu mor tha! rs mdomztable Commercxal Club ARLINE WATSON Smile and the world smzles with you R O F B Phys1calEclucatlon Cub BLACKSTONE THOMPSON Leadership serwre and sports mansbxp have won the respect o has classmates Presldent Freshman unx Semor Classes Red Letter Club Student Councnl HIY Natxonal Honor Society Basketball Base ball Sectxon Officers Alternate Captain Football Team MARIE TIDMORE A good dxsposxtlon and a quxet determmatxon are two admmzble qualmes Pep Squad HAZEL TUCKER Wzsdom m wora' rs wxsdom m dee Commercual Club JEAN WARREN ear: v perscmalzty ana' good school work make her a -very outsandmg student Commercial Cl u b Debatmg Club H1 Llfe Staff Dramatlcs C ub ANNIE RUTH WENTH To now her If to lr h H1 Life Staff Phys: al Ecluca lon Club R O F B I . 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' H - M1 'V H 1 f - ' 'U U k A 'ke en' I - 3 t' 9 . . .- I 2 ' 2 33 CONRAD WESLEY Bu xs well known or hrs good sportsmanship Red Letter Club Presndent Sec non Student Council Captam Footlnll Team LYDIA WILLIAMSON Lydua rs gr ted wrth personal: and amxabrlxty Home Economlcs Club Black Warrior Staff RUTH WINDHAM many rzends Jurmg her xrst year a T H S FRANCES WOODRUFF Beauty personality and wrt de scrxbe Frances adequately Latin Club Home Economncs Club Student Council Servlce Club Pep Squad Dramatlcs Club R O F B Science Club LEDWARD WOOLLEY Ed xs o the un lowng type al ways huntmg laughs SYLVIA WIESEL Where theres Sylvia theres un around H1Lxfe Staff Black Warrxor Staff Commercnal Club French Club Home Economics Club Stu dent Councll Dramatlcs Club Att Club Office Runner JAMES WILSON A lxkeable scholar m every way Scnence Club VIRGINIA WOOD She has what xt requires to make H1L1fe Staff Physical Educa tlon Club KATHRYN WOOLDRIDGE She may accurately he called quiet studzous and rxendly French Club J S YERBY Always w1ll:ng and alrle to help Sclence Club Black Watrxor Staff l f- - - rf , - , ll an ' n, f Q . U- .- . . 4 s q 9 Q s - . 5 D . 4 - 2 5 5 . " ' ' 'f ' 'fy - - - D l ve ' - n 3 ' ' . ,, . . "An ajttractive girl who gas made f,ie,,d5 and ,U keep themj' t . . ." '- ' 5 ' - rr - ' ' - ' , h Y 3, PP ' . ' f' - - U . . , f - 5 . . 9 sh . 4 n z 9 . . . .3 . ,, , . ,, M ' f - ' M , - I 9 . T 34 EDGAR BVATTY Mrf rharnex 5 pride and my FRANK BLESON Red nough yard JOHN BONNIOAU Vxlamzn A HAZEL BRYANT quiet we hardIy know :hex around DIXIF CLARK lx At true what they say about Dxxre' ELIYABETH CLARK ou can aInfay5 depend on Fhzaheth WILI IAM IOATMAN Io do and not to dare lo way and not In care CURTIS I'I'RRI1LL Hfhy Matt I dzdnt say a non' PRUF GFNTRY IrwaI1Ie desrrzhex her JANI' HANNUM lal mf, rx her joy HI I I N HARVII LI S7111 ff d7l Ihl' l'Iff'fIfl 1 OVC f I AUDIA HI NDI RQON mer nhtn tht grader are ma e CI ARI NTI' 9 HINTON f at er y rw hudv nh1Ie ye may C I ARFNCI W HINTON ou Here I rr me PAUI JAC KQON 4 r a g od vtudent except or grader MARGARFT JOHNSON I oe nhrr pazxt hfr truer! prazse her most MNXDOO JORDAN IDITH I QIVIAIQTRI 4 ld hath n t 17 aI hx qu:-ver: choxfe An arrrm 1 tl heart I1 e 1 rwee! 'vozfe C I AY LLWIQ Ihwurv lregoesm JUDSUN Md RARY nm: zI Hill!! :an and good Iooks fomhrned DLWITI' McLEOD II han rn douht laugh ROISLRT Mel POD 1 navzng, hair xx hrs frmanzng glory JI RRY MCVIAHON 4 wll wntmru fhmhrng untzl he rearhes the tcp FIJWARID MORGAN uit pIam good cId I' WILI IAM NORTHINGTON 4 n y I at a R M PATI- l'1nd a wry or ma e une II AVIA I-'HII I IPS L 1141 fl 1 a uc: fIn IJ: nas a rendhne that x' ar to heal IVIAI f OI M PIIII I IPS 4 r 1 a JACK PIGOTT IKnrnIedge xr more than equwaIent In one EDWARD PITTIVIAIN Fartw are xtubhorn thxngs CHARLES RITC I-III: ahrxdgement 0 aII that nas p'eawant rn man CLARA ROBFRTSON Her wzfe ua ever mt gentIe an Inw n cxreIIent thzng In Woman STANI FY SCNHOEL Io dash through thzrk and thin DONINA SCHUYI E R newcrmer whom nr have ound true I7Iue I FI SYGFR may he Kaul that his nrt shines al the expense f hlf Ynffnflfy AI ISFRT SHIRI PY Men Izkr hnIIeI J., artheft when lhey are snrnothrst PALII SHIRLPY My f Af f I Alf! BUYHUYI I Of, And :Iv aII II ey ve taught me TOM 'QIHIURFTTI 'Vft tfppnzg on tht hound: U modefty AB 'ill VI R Acne hut h1rnveI flfl he fur paraIIeI III N SII VFR n hum' I man f the rmhlerl wor 0 f rd IIOYD SMAIIEY I dnl INV! fdfl Y an fnefny If If f AARON SIVIELLEY Hfuf ar that Irltte randfe lhroxvr hrs beams WOODROW TAYLOR new fllfrn nhnm we have ound quzte I1k6dI7I6 OPAL TEAGUE A juhle and rheer uI she has qurle a number nendx JAIVIEQ THORNTON Well spoken and well Ilked IS James LANGS TON WALI e norId s great men have not rommonly been L7 at nholars nm nv great srhuIarf great men WILLIAM WATSON Knowledge and tzmhcr sI7ouIdnt he muth uxed tzII they are feaxone PRED XVHITI: 4 humorous eIIow Indeed H zthout nh nz ru shruld he sorfw In need ISII LY WILQON Hrlty xr one ue get aIong wzth 4as1Iy HIII WILSON fare ru n Ilkeahfe rs B111 HOUSTON WILSON tdfh I and I nxt 1 II hr I 40 H Q . . U, ,, , h I , f A, - f I Us , hr, U f I . . 0 1 ' I . f . . d J H . ' . . . ,, A ' 'U ny 4 4 ' I , . 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I W H J - Ar, 'Shaw ll ' . witty, nd v U , , I ml, I DUCK J K , ' J, ,H ' I7 d rf lhs frm! 4 .p xx gum' .II rr ' 4: I - .4 ' I I3 HOU,-'71 "A V .Uh W- , ,,,mf,,K.,4, U j Hfmntlg rm rr prefer I'Iwr:JI I 35 STATION T H S PRFSENIS THE KEY HGLE PEEPER AND HER I ATEST NEWS ELASHES WE GIVE YOU THE NEWS WHILE IT S STILL NEWS ELASH' WASHINGTON D C Presxdent Anderson Greenwood and has lovely wxfe the former Mxss laarley Moody who won so many beauty contest m her school dass together wlth the Presxdent s Cab: net were seen at the Crlppled Children s Benefit Ball last night Among those ln the Cablnet who were present were Messrs Powhatan ames Attorney General Bruce Pou Postmaster General Frank Beeson Secretary of Agriculture William Douglas Secretary of War ames Phxlllps Secretary of Navy Harlan Merednth Secretary of S ate Robert McButney Secretary of Treasury Albert Tatum Secretary of Labor ames Wllson Secretary of Commerce Brownell Moore Secretary of Interior Others present were Vuce Presldent Bull Llpsey the Presrdents private secretary Mlss Vlrgmla Fuller and the Speaker of the House Houston Wxlson DES MOINES IOWA Mrs Grover Burchfleld nee 'Vlamle Cornelius has fxnally succeeded m obtammg resndence ln Reno Both she and her husband the rnternatxonal mnlhonalre playboy say that the divorce IS bemg granted on grounds of mcompatlbnlxty but your keyhole peeper has news from a reliable source that Mass Vlrglnla Wood a dancer on Broadway IS the other woman nn the case DETROIT MICHIGAN Mr Debow Owen announces the opening of has new guaranteed tatlcless radio stauon HOWL and has asked that the names of has varxous employees be made public His most able assistants are S Yerby ames Klzzlre Ben Sllver an charge of technical appliances Roy Apperson the messenger boy and Ball Wilson the general flunky Mr Owens list of performers IS one of the greatest ever known on any network He has taken from the ranks of the unemployed and has made famous more people than the CCC and PWA fed back yonder In the hard tnmes of 36 Some of the most noted are ohn Bonneau the second call for Phlhp Morrrs boy Graham lones the question box man Herbert ones the man who supplies the answers and what nswers Ruth and ohn Allen the Kyzer Kids who supply the latest song hats Gladys Lake thelr manager Bally Lrvmgston the most noted crooner on two contments the great successor to Rudy Vallee Dewitt McLeod Blllys official accompanist Vxrglnra Lloyd the studlo prams Sara Roberts the frlend to all housekeepets the household hmts gurl Walker Curry the heart throb of the falter sex of America the man wnth the romantic voice t e second Don Ameche Ala Strlckland the voxce heard on the WPPR IWe play phonograph records hour Robert Story the studlo maestrcf the great announcer ean Warren Clxmb up on mommys knee all you httle klddles and Ill tell you another Bedtime Story ane Hanntlm II. lecture for you on anything and everything ust gave me a rang ten minutes ahead of tame The greatest amateur hour slnce Bowes rs now being held each Tuesday night from 8 tnl IO It as conducted by Mr Owen himself and the grand opening last night was the greatest ln the lalstory of amateur performances The theaters of the Fast are crowded wuh amateurs tonight and Heaven help the poor audlencesl Those performers sent to Pxttsburgh Pennsylvama were Frank Robertson Stanley Schoel Lee Seeger Tom Shu ett Tommle Stephens nmmle Vaal and Fred SM anson all from the Swanson Tobacco Factory at Richmond VIFZIHI1 They are known as the Seven Singing Southerners The Four Corners uartet was sent to perform ln Brooklyn This music makmg gang Included Homer Anderson st tr pitcher on the New Orleans Cnty League Baseball Team Howell Andrews tanlor from Seattle Washnngton Bully Wfnlson a baker from Portland Marne and Wlllnam Eatman a butcher from Alberquerque New Mexico Do you see where they get their names? The first prize performers however were Cralgen Kennedy and her all girl band who were sent to er-tertam at the XV1ldOffASl0fl3 rn New York Cxty We wash you great success ln the future wrth your new radno statlon Mr Owen BALTIMORF MARYLAND There s been a lot of bustle gomg on down at the ohns Hopkxns Hospxtal Several new physlclans have been added to the hospltal faculty Those who have succeeded 36 so . - I ll 1 ll , , ,- . . , 9 3 ' ,S ' . . , . . . , - . - 7 - -' 7 9 ' V I 7 1 - - - 7 ' 7 7 , . 7 ' ' 9 A 7 . . , , s a t , , . , .-- . t . , . . . . - , , . . JA - ,J , I , . , . , . . , . , , . . . . ' - - s J N -- -va ' I J , ff V J A ' f ' , . - , . . . . , .. . . .. . . .D . A t. . ,, . .., s ' ' . . ,, . . . , . h ,. . .Q - ,I - . . 7 . Y . , .. - a A - - s t . A ,a ,, . . , ,, ...I - , K - - - j. . - . . . . . .v . t . . ,. . h . ,. , t . . . . . . . . , ,. . . . . t t t , ,.. ... . . ,. . 5 , ., . , .. , v . . . . y . . .., ,, . . ,, . , A .. . . , . Q . , . - . ,.: . z, . , ,a K 1 K' 7 74 9 1 K 7 , . . - a v ' I ' 1 I . 1 . - . t ' , . . v v -I ' ,, .-- , . .. . . . m gammg this great honor are Mass Charlotte Gross a promment surgeon, Mlss Wylodxne Shotts, a promnsmg young doctor, and Miss Frances Tunstall, a noted osteopath It seems that they are gorng to be kept busy, too, for the hospital recelved some new patients this mornmg Mus Amelia Savage a model In a New York dress shop, ns suffering from a nervous collapse They say that yesterday afternoon while lxstenmg to a George Arllss electrxcally transcribed radlo pro gram, Miss Savage heard Mr Arllss ask the quesnon, Who was Chaucer, anyway?" Mxss Savage thmkxng that ll was a certain Mrs Thames, who taught Semor English ln a certam hugh school, suddenly keeled over and was rushed by plane to the hospital ln Baltimore Another patxent IS Mxss Frances Holley, who has had a nervous breakdown as a result of a hang over from her cheerleader days m hugh school Miss Holley s speclal nurse I5 Miss Prue Gentry, a young lady who has been employed by the hospital for two years SLEEPY HOLLOW WISCONSIN Vance Colburn, presldent of the Peddlers of America Club announces the largest attendance at the clubs annual meetmg smce 1940 The clubs most Important busmess was centered around the questnon of shorter workmg hours for peddlers The most actxve and noisy of the members agreemg wxth the que non were Samuel Hamby, who peddles toothbrushes Paul Jackson a paper-clxp peddler Isaac Nelson, the ofhcxal salt and pepper shaker peddler, of Lxttle ulle, Kansas Edward Pittman, a peddler of runless sxlk stockings Lester Ray, a general household goods peddler Charles Ritchie, peddler of shoe polish of any hue, Aaron Smelley, automatic can-opener peddler, Lloyd Smalley, peddler of butcher knives from coast to-coast Fred White, soap box orator, who sells a combmatlon kmfe fork spoon, and safety razor devxce and Ed Woolley, an artxhcnal fmger naxl peddler from Hammerhnll, Indiana The meetmg was adjourned after three days dxscussxon because Mr Colburn was unable to control the varlous disorderly mmpulses of the peddlers HOLLYWOOD CALIFORNIA Last nlght at the performance of the Greater Clark Shows owned and operated by Dxxne, Elizabeth, and Johnny Clark more famous Hollywood actors actresses dxrectors, etc turned out and were gossxped about than at any other tnme smce the openmg of Garbos plcture ln 36 Anna Karenma So lets gossxp, too what say? Seen together were ohn Davies, the famous stage dnrector and actor and Ruth Foster known as the prxssnest gurl on seven continents , who has just fmnshed her latest picture Whats the Matter? Mary Elizabeth Davidson, relaxmg from her performance ln Madame Butterfly , was there wlth about ten llttle ragged boys, who seemed to be enjoying themselves immensely The second Garbo does social servxce work between pnctures Wilson Beauchamp the great Don uan, with Annie Lee Morris the gxrl who poses for slow motnon chewmg gum action fllms seemed to be very much bored about somethmg The famous dress designer for all the Paramount Studio actresses Miss Hazel McDaniel seemed to be having a grand time with Malcolm Phillip a newcomer to Hollywood but a good actor all the same Eduth LeMa1stre the second Joan Crawford attended the show with Frances umn, better known as Madame Sylvla oselyn Poe Miss LeMa1stre beautxclan was with them also Robest Bealle, the poser for Mxckey Mouse cartoons and ack Mackereth the Mickey Mouse car toomst, had a rxngslde box Burton Curry, the Robert Taylor of 1946 and udson McCrary, who has just completed the famous opera fllm, The Chocolate Soldier seem to be off gxrls for life They appeared last mghr fwlthout gxrlsl for about the tenth time ln the past fortmght, and If certainly 1snt because the girls wont have them Robert Phxfer, a famous film crmc, and Donna Schuyler the second Martha Raye fOh boy'l were sxttmg on the bleachers munchxng popcorn to their hearts content Bob Woodley, who stole Fred Astalres laurels was walking around the souvenir box w1th a gang of gurls on his arms some of whom were Louise Hughes Max Factors 0fHCl3l assistant Margaret Patton, who has been mistaken numberless txmes for P1tsy Kelly both nn looks and actions Loventnce Taggart the glrl who does the facnal expressions for Betty Boop cartoons Malcolm Lee the press agent for Mary Ellzabeth Davidson was standing by nearly dying laughing at Woodleys plight but Woodley didn t seem to mind his plxght so very much LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY The Gregg Stenographers of America held thenr annual conven tlon during the past week This club whose president IS Miss Annie Bell Atkmson IS composed of gurls who are stenographers to famous people all overs Amerxca from bankers and lawyers to wealthy dowagers The gxrls who were presented Gregg diplomas for graduate work m stenography were Misses Ohvla Armstrong Mabel Channell Elizabeth Lawrence Audrla Phillips Helen Clements Sara Frederick Mabel Mills Wlllle Nell Kxrkley Flavia Phillips Mary Vlfglnla Thompson Margaret Prxdmore, Bernice Gxllxland Wvnell Porter Mary Sue Nolen and Dor1 Fayne Powell NEW YORK CITY Billy Capps has opened on Fnfrh Avenue a grand new Night Club called The Fallmg Star He says he has the prettiest assistants of any mght club 1n the East and also the best eats His hostesses are Misses Netagene Alston Carolyn E hols and Rosa Daniel Ralph Bolen and Fletch Boles are head waiters and Miss Lottle Bank prepares the menus Rebecca Bell knocks em out w1th her piano playing, and Robert McLeod clmks the cash register wnth the able assistance of Nellie Strickland Mr Capps urges everyone to attend and there s no cover charge 37 . , ' . , . . . . ,Q . . . , . . . , . . . 1 ' 1 1 - - 1 - .1 . , , y . . . y. l . . . 1 1 1 1 . g . 1 1 1 . . , . . 1 - 1 1 1 1 . . . . . , '1 . . , . , . 1 1 l , . .l 1 , rr 1 - - - 11 - - - - rr 1 11 , . 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LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA Messrs C VU Adams Douglas Barnett Guy Moman Clay Lewxs and M T Ormond famous Los Angeles divorce lawyers chartered a plane for New York thxs mornmg after recexvlng urgent calls from several dxsappomted rn marrnage ladles Somethmg happened no one can say for certain what lt was at ames Durens house party on Long Island last week-end and anyway the grrl known on Broadway as Martha Nell Darden rs seeklng a dworce from a mysterxous Mr S Gladys Fourakres wants the same from Mr G Loulse Rrce from Mr K Sarah Brckley and Averette Penuck two wealthy Manhattan w1dows nnslsted that they were absolutely out of the contro versy but your keyhole peeper knows better Ar any rate Reno IS gomg to have about three new residents soon and Manhattan ns golng to have fewer widows lf Im not very much mistaken NEW YORK CITY James Thornton and Langston Wall are facing sult tonlght for being sacrl leglous to Shake peare becalse they have created a new poetic from the blank sonnet It s a poem wlth fourteen lmes whrch are of varying lengths The lady brlnglng sunt agamst them used to teach Senior Englrsh In a certain Southern town TUSCALOOSA ALABAMA This little town seems to be ln the news today because the boys lh the preceding news Item used to go to school here and also because thrs school has won fame as the fxrst Utopxan school Whod thought nt? An almost entrrely new faculty has been appointed for this school and among them are Miss Julxa Ann Astroth who now commands the ranks of Senior Englxsh students Mrldred Barnes and Mary Evelyn Glass who can be seen alternatmg dutles behlnd the desk m the bugger and better T H S lrbrary Margaret johnson the successor of a certaxn Miss Ruby Mullenlx Mozelle Krrkley who now takes over the salary check of Mxss M E Barnes Audrey Frshburne who does the same for Mass Em Mary Herman the dletrcxan of the remodeled cafeterra Helen Harvnlle and Betty Moody the present Mrss Blackshers Mary Tubb fnrst year shorthand teacher nn the place of a Kentucky lady Capron Cork and eanette Cutts Instructors lh music Robert Hamilton s the platform lecturer every Wednesday m chapel A flournshmg fruxt stand 15 being run adjacent to the school grounds by Arnold Kartzmel wlth the as rstance of Wlle Karrh In the Seen around School column of the H1111 e for last month the names Clarence W Hmton Mutt Shlrley and Snow Hmton appeared Why I dont know I wonder rf they re stlll haunting the halls around there PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA As the annual tournament came to a close today the Penn Golf Club announced Thomas Nicol xts golf champion Truett ames came lh second DOVER DELAWARE Mar aret Podesta expressed great satlsfacnon nn the outcome of the annual meeting of the Better Rrghts for Women Club The president was joined m her pralslng of the meetmg by Wlllene Haygood vlce president Sarah Burks secretary and Mrldred Brooks treasurer Another Dover womens club meetlng reached an end wlth very great pleasure expressed rn the pomts settled at the meetmg Thxs club IS the Womans Instinct Club and the officers are Her mlone Strong presxdent Elizabeth Glrtman vlce president Mans Lawless secretary and Mary ane McVay treasurer This club ns sponsored by a wealthy Delaware musxcxan Mnss Rose Elle Hubbard HOUSTON TEXAS The Kmdness to Dumb Ammals Commnttee composed of Hazel Tucker Marne Tidmore and Opal Teague has come to the end of a successful year It just happens that these three ladnes became dlvorcees during the past year so I guess they were at work with therr kmd ness business DENVER COLORADO Miss Alice lVlcLe n jones governor of Colorado has dedicated a huge laboratory to scnent fxc research rn Colorado A commrttee of four motored to the governors manslon today to express therr thanks to Mass ones The commrttee members are three noted botamsrs C R Johnson John Meaney and Ed Morgan and Max Moody a famous chemnst SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA Four young ladnes have passed exammatxons and are now connected wrth the Trans Pacnfnc Axrlmes as stewardesses They are Claudia Henderson Mary Claxre Olnver Anme Ruth Wenth and Lydla Wxllxamson NEW YORK CITY Miss Sylvia Wiesel of Tus aloosa Alabama IS now a patrent rn a sanrtarlum here as a result of a nervous breakdown after trymg to run the Sylvia Wiesel Company ln Tuscaloosa She has left her dress shop lh charge of her head saleslaclles Mnsses Vera Brown and Hazel Bryant NEW YORK CITY Karl Elebash editor of The New York Tunes has two assxstants on the edxtorlal staff of the paper Rlchard Groff photographer and John McKinley reporter CAMP POCAHONTAS MARYLAND Mary El I9 Deal head counselor at thus exclusrve camp for gurls reports two hundred grrls scheduled for the season Thus year the camp will ednt a newspaper whose advrser wrll be Miss ennxe Rrchardson Advanced lessons rn lrfe savmg wnll he gxven by Mxss Catherme Rumley SEATTLE WASHINGTON An mvltatxon to the Unlversrty of Alabama to meet the Wash lngton State team rn the Rose Bowl on New Years Day was rssued last nlght by Conrad Wesley and Edgar Beatty coaches of the Unwersxty Blackstone Thompson and Wnlllam Northmgton U of A coaches accepted the mvrtatlon and expressed their pleasure at recexvxng rt NEW YORK CITY Earl Ford knocked Woodrow Taylor out rn the thrrd round last mght at th champronshlp boxing match at Madlson Square Garden and IS now oemg oclalmed the ew boxmg champion BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS The Ferrell Educatxon Contest sponsored by Curtns Ferrell le mlllronaxre who got rnch qulck by wrxtlng jokes came to a clo e today Helen Leverton in 38 1 ' - ' ' 4 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 4 ' 1 ' 1 J ' - ' 1 Y 7 ' . .g . .5 . . 9 1 ' Y ' 7 . . . . . , . 5 Y ' . . , . . 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I 9 9 7 7 ' 7 ' S 1 Y ' 7 1 'Q' ' . . , . . . . , . , . . , . .- ' ' ' Q , .1 . , . t 1 , , s '1 le wrnner of the S5 000 story wrrtrng contest The trtle of her very amusrng story was What Had You Rather Do If You Couldn t9 Lee Brdgood the young man known as the second Raphael won the frrst prrze rn parntrngs The name of hrs prcture was Ignorance Is Blrss Hrs model Mrss Ruth Windham has been grven a posrtron as an advertrsrng model and rs pard 1000 a pose What a lrfe' Mr Brdgood sarls on the twentreth of next month for Europe where he wrll study art rn Italy for two years NEW YORK CITY Ar the openrng of the new Broadway hrt at the Emprre Audrtorrum last nrght the performance of Mrss Vrvran and Mr Eugene Terry led to a contract breakrng surt on the part of therr manager Madrson Terry They have been offered a part rn the Hollywood Elm Zango and Madison rnsrsts that they have a one year contract wrth hrm but they rntend to leave anyway and as far as Im concerned nothrngs gorng to stop them After the show last nrght Paul Shrrley the croomng Southern gentleman left wrth Mrss Trlda Alrce Shelton the drzzrest dame on Park Avenue Rumors of matrrmony have been flyrng left and rrght but I say nrx WASHINGTON D C Patents for varrous and sundry rnventrons have been granted at the natrons caprtal durrng the past month ack Prggott has rnvented a car guaranteed not to turn over when gorng around a curve at the rate of one hundred and erghty mrles a mrnute Edward Prrtle chref of polrce of New York Crty has purchased one for the polrce department Rrchard Strrckland has rnvented a Model A T Ford It looks swell for ramblrng around the country on a loafrng trrp but has a hrgh powered motor rt you want to speed rt up Arlrne and Wrllram Watson have announced the rnventron of the Watsonra a devrce that sweeps mops and dusts the house wrth one lrck Thomas Hagers rnventron rs the quarcycle a brcycle wrth four wheels COLUMBUS MISSISSIPPI Columbus claims to have the champlon woman soda jerker rn the person of Mary Elrzabeth Cabrness She rs emyloyed by the Rexall Drug Store of Columbus ust a few more short news flashes and well move on to what s happenrng over rn Europe NEW YORK CITY Margaret Ella Frnncll arrrved rn New York today after wmnrng the Olymprc prrze for the woman s drvrng contest OMAHA NEBRASKA Chrrstrne Sullrvan announces that a very successful V F W poppy sale was conducted rn Omaha Monday Mrss Sullrvrrn rs a travelrng V F W saleslady TRENTON NEW JERSEY A very fashronable dress show was held yesterday rn the home of Mrs Vrrgrnra Duncan Vanderbrlt a wealthy wrdow for the purpose of rarsrng money for a New ersey Health Clrnrc DALLAS TEXAS Thomas Dodson has succeeded rn berng elected senator from Texas thanks to hrs manager ames Donrgan Hrs electron brrngs to a close a very extensrve campargn SAVANNAH GEORGIA Stephen Frtts has returned from a recent explort rn unexplored r lands rn South Amerrca He has brought back many currous 1nrmals and natrves from the rslands LOAFERVILLE INDIANA Frank Adams has founded 1 new town for men who want to be lazy Some of the frrst settlers 'rre Fred Brce George Cody R M Pate Purvey Mayers and George Cummrngs TUSCALOOSA ALABAMA A German professor Jerry McMahon was drscharged from the Unrversrty today for gorng to sleep durrng one of hrs own lectures WASHINGTON D C Mrss Nlary Elrzabeth Patton has been announced as the worlds cham pron typrst Ruby Nell Ingle came rn second Elorse Holloman thrrd MEMPHIS TENNESSEE Vrrgrnra Evans Mary Adelra Harrsmm Eunrce Grbson Lena Zell Hollrs Gertrude Huffman and Wrllre Mae Free announce the openrng of a new shop whose slogan rs We have anythrng from rnk bottles to frre grates By Way of the Hrglv Seas Flarlv' MOSCOW RUSSIA Clara Robertson has organrzed a new club The Reds Charter members are Helen DeRamus Brlly Esslrnger and Isabelle Chappell MONTE CARLO At this exclusrve resort I wrll conclude my evening ot news Promrnent among vrsrtors here today are Mary Kate emrson the noted rnternatronal horsewoman Thomas Flynn and McAdoo jordan wealthy mrnrng engrneers on vacatron from dutres rn America Ernest Grrlrnghouse a monk from a monastery rn Ireland ohn Herman Greene relaxrng and regarnrng hrs prrde after berng defeated by Thomas Dodson rn the senatorral electron rn Texas Marron Doughty a wealthy young lady from Parrs who rs conducting classes rn crochetrrrg ane Prowell Mrss Doughtys frrst and only and probably last puprl Marlon Coley a sergeant from West Point the Duchess Hrxonra lrecently known to us as Mary Lourse Hrxonl of Canterbury Frances Lary Park and her henpecked husband ames Houston Nrx who rs just lolllng around Frances Xvooclruff who after having been drsappornted rn a love affarr has hrred a nun Catherrne Woolrrdge to console her Wrllram and Irene Gray and Ola Mae Hrggrnbotham are runnrng the frrst hamburger jornt rn Monte Carlo and are dorng a frne busrness whrch rs about all the news I have for you tonrght ladres and gentlemen and you re probably srlently lor norsrlyj prarsrng Allah that there rsnt anv more Thrs my frrends wrnds up the frrst edrtron of the T H S rournal Heres hoprng rt also wrnds up the last Good nrght and thrrty MARY FOSTER Your Keyhole Peeper 39 , . , ,, 1 7 ' , . ,, . ,, . . , , - , , , . 1 ' ' ' , - , . -, ' , , 9 , , - , - , . . , , , , - .r . ,, , . 1 U 4- . , . . J . . - , , . . 3 Y , . , . . . . . , . 7 ' 'M Y J , , . . , . , ,- . . . 7 .- g . - , , J ,. . . . J - . - -- . A . .S , . , ,- . . . . A 1 Q 1 - - 1 v , 5- r A . ' , , . .- . - I , . a -" 1 - 1 w 1 7 1 Y 9 .. . . . ., , .- , - J , ' 1 ' 3 . ' z , 2 , . .... . J . , A 1 , . : , : - - , J , , 9 , . . , HISTQPY QF THE CLASC QF E! lor the past thru wars we havt hun loolcmg forward to lWLCOI71lTlg Scnlors Now that wr have attalntcl that CllgI1lIX wt loolc aclc to set mhar wr havt gained from our txperltnct htrt, 'an wlnt wt lnvt con trlhultcl to our Tusmloon High School OUT Cl'lNS SlI1CLTlly l1OplS Illil X11 ll'1VL OHL OUT PTT! 'IS STU KNTS 111 l IKUS 'U1 l1'lVi Sli 'I ST1I 'IT U I UTHHHTI ly In t ll UNV1. W NUC Cltdlllg Cl'lSNLS Among us somt havt aclncvt dlNIlI1CflUI1 In tht ful mf atmttxcs scholarship oratory clth1t1ng,mus1c art attlng, incl wrmng has htstoxucl upon us, hut mt art trulx gmttlul for thtm all Htrc we have made lasting frltnclshxps with facultx memlxrs and fellow Qtuclenri that will tI1TlCl1 our futurt ltvcs Herz we havt had fun, lots of clean fun at our varloub actxvmci hall gamts, plaws P T A socsal functlons, cluh mutmgs, an ln the roun of everyday Qchool llft Hurt we have acquxrt 1 spmt uf love cooperatlon lovalty, pwtunct md llI1ClLTNl'4lI1dlI'lg that vull hclt us tt llvt happlfr and fulltr hvt lt I Nflfl 'l l1'lTI U O ICD T IDLIN ETILS IV!! flll Itkflll ClVlPILT U1 UU! IVLK C ONKN 'Ind XML lld f'lTlVNlll Il' OUT AlII1'l IN NLT C RAIGI rw Kr NNI-DX Hxxtrnrzarz 40 X J A K k.,. X' . , , .U K V. K . d . I 4, N dt K. K d Cllli' . . cl . ' . . . ld. d o ' lr' lv '-ll 'tl ly . Y f 1 '. ' 'd . ' ' fd w .llf.. 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' w ,- -9- QM.-.M ,,,,,., rl In The wzsest man fould ask no more 0 Fate flvan to be szmple modest manly true To count as nauglat zn VVorld or Clvznclv or State But mwardly zn secret to be great Lowell 42 T s s f Safe from the Many-hoagored bgj the Eewg JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Presxdenl JEAN PRATER Secretary Treasurer MARGARET KING Vxce Presxdent RUFUS DEAL 4 3 if JUNIORS SECTION 11A Miss PEARL PA'rToN Presxdent SELDEN BAILEY V1cePres1dent H O CRAWFORD Secretary SAM DARDEN Tfeggufgf IMMIE COLE --,.,,r,r.,1 Ruth Abernathy ames Adams Dorothy Alexander Harrnett Attwood Ruth Avery Selden Balley Bllly Bates Bxlly Barlcsdale Russell Baxley Rlchard Bell Bully Bland Dorothy Boswell Ellzabeth Bowers ack Bryant Marcella Cam Marjorxe Capps Robert Cardinal Vlfglhla Carlson Margaret Cartledge Ethel Champagne Ruth Channe Jack Chappell Louise Christian nm Cobb Carolyn Cooper Catherxne Cooper Marle Cork H O Crawford Llge Cunningham lmmle Cole Sam Darden Dorothy Davenport QUE E--irmtiw 44 lil i IIB 1 JUNIORS SECTION 11B-Miss RUBY PA'r'roN Prendent Rupus DEAL Vxce Presxdent ANNE GODFREY Secretary BETTY EVANS Treasurer JANIE ELLIS Rufus Deal Jack Dxer Herndon Dowling Sherrod Dollar Billy Drake Fred Duncan oe Duncan Roy Dunham B111 Echols oe Echols Wanda Ree Elam ame Ellxs Laurie Ernst Kathernne Essary Betty Evans Helen Wxlwn 45 Ernest Fehler Grenfell Fxshburne Bobble Fleetwood John Floyd Edrls Fowler Irene Gaddy Marshall Gentry Harriett Gxbbons lmmy Gibbons Owen Glvens Anne Godfrey Marlon Graves Roy Green M P Grlffm Wanda Ruth Grist SECTION 11C-Miss GULLEY Preszdent .............. , . WILBUR HINTON Vrce President ,............. . MAncAnE1' KING Secretary ................ CLAUDE HINTON Treasurer .,,.............. MARGIE ONES Anne Leah Hanna Edna Hardm Henry Harris Charlotte Hayes Sara Brown Hayes Elrzabeth Hellums Kathryn Harris Geraldme Hewett Lee Hooper r Maude Hxggmbotham Claude Hmton Wxlbur Hmton Mary Julla Hubbard Albert Hudgms Helen Hudgms Netra Mae Hust Glenms Hutchlns Bobble Jean Ingram Robert Irvm Laurens Israel Henry Ivle Eurl Lawley Sam aclcson Edgar Johnson Margle ones ames ohnson Ruby Lee Johnson Wenola ones ames Kmcard ames Kyzer Margaret King Beatrlce Lancaster 'Tl Ill ll! JUNIORS SECTION IID-Miss PHIFER Pfefldenf QHN MOORE Vue President Secretary Treasurer Marlon Lee Sam LeNIa1stre Maxme Lemmond E L Lewxs ames Lewls Hughes Logan O Neal Logan Lamae Llvmgston Helen Malone Wllllam Marable DIXIE Massmgxll Thomas Maxwell anet McMahon Mlldfed McNa1r Myrtle McNair Loulse Parker 47 BILLY NICHOLS THOMAS MAXWELL Floyd Medlm Mary Frances Meigs Edgar Mllls jack Mllls Grace Mltchell John Moore Mxlclrecl Moore Levert Morrxson Clement Morrlson Louxse Mullms Mxldrecl Nelson Elizabeth Nelson Bllly Nxchols Daniel Nolen Dons Ozxer JUNIORS SECTION 1lE Mlss Monnow President EAN PRATER Vxce Presxdent BILL RENDLEMAN Secretary DAVID PARTLOW Treasurer EWELL SPRADLEY Davxd Partlow Margaret Peaton ulla Perkins Wallace Phrlllps Walton Phxlllps Edgar Porter can Prater Mary Loxs Patterson Bxlly Pearson Hllllard Ray Davlcl Raymon Brll Rendleman Blanche Rogers Marlon Rogers Margaret Rushing Vlrgrma Ryan V1rgm1a Snow Susie Lee Savage Emlly Searcy Ethel Smallwood Bonme Mae Smart Gertrude Smith uamta Staggers Ralph Stewart Martha Earl Stram Anme Lee Strlclcland Catherlne Strlclcland Leon Summerlm Maude Sumner Elxzabeth Suther Jack Suther George Swmdle ewell Spradley KW EE!! ll Ill 48 ' .......,......... 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N0 man is born wisef, Cervantes FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Presxdent DAVID MCGIFFERT Vzce President BILL KOEPPEL MARTHA PATTON 53 '3 Secretary-Treasurer 43- .2 FRESHMEN SECTION lA-MISS ASHLEY President ...,....,......,. VIRGINIA BARR Vice-President . .....,....I. JAMES COPELAND Secretary ...,.,..,........ BILLY AUSTIN Trearurer MARY GEORGE ADAMS Austm Abernathy Mary George Adams Robert Adams Ellzabeth Albrlght Vern Allen Katherme Armstrong Mary Armstrong MarjorIe Astroth Sadera Atcluson Blllv AUSIIH Horace Ball VIrgInIa Barr Rush Barlcsdale Lucy Bates Marlon Beard Mary Norma Bxshop Margaret Blondhelm Lorene Boyd uamta Bowerman Murlal BrIttaIn Elrzabeth Brown Charles Bryant Charles Burns Lora Mae Burroughs MauvelIne Byars T S Capps Wllda Chrxstlansen eanme Clark Sara Conway Frances Connaughton ames Copeland W J Culberson Mary jean Cummmg IIE 54 I Ili FRESHMEN SECTION IB-MR PARR Presxdent HELEN FISHER Vxce Presxden! ANNALEE Frrrs Secretary Treasurer FRANK Ecuors Walter Daffm Buford Davxs Clara Lou Davis Kermit Davxs Sara Davxs Lois Dearman Ross Deloney Loulse DeVasher Furmss Dow John Duggar Hugh Duncan Mary Nell Eades ane Ola Eatman Frank Echols Lyman Ernst Frank Fan' 55 olm Fnlce Vxrgmxa Fmdley Helen Fisher Annalee Fltts ean Frexley Byron Games Scott Gay Irma Goms Ruby Nell Goms Elizabeth Greene Nell Gregory Lena Mae Gross Marle Halgler Elxzabeth Hansfo Lois Harris rd .' F fl., . 1 . wi y ' 1 ' . li . if - ' J .- FRESHMEN SECTION 1C-Miss MCLEOD Pfffldfnl WILLARD HOLCOMB V1cePres1dent O D LAWRENCE Secretary MARY LAMONT Treasurer ANDIE KERSH ohn E Hardm Lowell Hardm Robert Hardln Frances Hardin ames Hartley Lester Hartley Mxldred Haygoocl Vlrgmla Head Kathleen Hendrlx oe Hendrlx oyce Henley Douglas I-Ierrem Brooks Hlggrnbotham Henry Hobson Ona Wrll I-lodnett Willard Holcomb Margaret Holloman Eugene Hunter Elizabeth Ingram Gllbert Ingram Helen Jeffery Melvin ohnson Barbara Ann ones Bllly Jones Andre Kersh Elizabeth Klzzxre B111 Koeppel Vlfglnla Koster Howard LaFoy Mary Lamont ames Lancaster A D Lancaster Wlllxe F Lane Helen Langston Wllllam Lary Mary Lawly Venable Lawson O D Lawrence Km 56 IIE A FRESHMEN SECTION ID-Miss Ross Presrdent DAVID MCGIFFERT Vice Presxdent HAROLD OWEN Secretary ANN MCGEE Treasurer TOM Moons Annie Etta Lewls Champ Lewis Davld Lewls Edxth Lloyd Howard Logan Parker Mackey Mable Mahan Bernell Mansfield ames Mashburn Cecrl McAll1srer Davlcl McG1ffert Ann McGee Nell McGowen Margaret McLeod june McVay Carlton Medders Mary Martha Miles Mary Wanda Mills Harold Owen 57 Bllly Mnlls Truett Mxlls Lors Mrrchell Norman Mlze Beatrxce Moore Tom Moore ul1a Ravenel Moms Mary Morris Trudle Mullemx W E Murray Roy Nelson Herman Noland Troy Nolen Louise North Jaclc Nuclcols Margaret Oliver Robert Oliver Davis Overton FRESHMEN SECTION IE Mlss SHUTT Prendent WORTH Ross Vxce Preszdenl Secretary Treasurer George Parks Chrlstme Parker Frances Patterson Martha Patton Bob Perdue Mary Ellen Phxfer Marne Poe ohnme Porter Mary Gray Porter Martha Powe Eugene Pnce Vrrgrma Prldmore Dorothy Quarles Harry Prlce Banks Quarles EUGENE PRICE VIRGINIA Pmnmomz Gxlbert Rhodes Frances Rlce Roberta Rlchardson Lottle Roberts Mary Robertson Sara Robertson Worth Ross Charhe Rumsey Rlcharcl Russel Dodd Sellers Marle Smelley Catherrne Spencer Marjorie Stallworth Myrtls Stone MQIIOD Stewart IIB 58 J . D. 1 gEW1 r r,m BEE Sw! f AW! N3 FRESHMEN SECTION IF MR NIPPER Pfeildffll Bull' WER-iz V166 Pl'65IdF1lI GLADYS WARREN S fffff 417 HELEN WRIGHT Treasurer MARY Ti-:AMES Frances Sullivan Eleanor Sullivan Robert Sullivan xmmie Swain Mildred Tant Hubert Taylor Sam Taylor Lawrence Taylor Mary Thames Floy Terry Ralph Terry Katherine Tesch Clyde Tillery . T. Tillery Paul Tidwell Eugenia Tucker Douglas Tucker Robert Underwood Doyle Utley 59 Lowell Vaughan Beasor Walker Gladys Warren ames Ward George Watson Winston Way Mildred Weaver Bill Wertz jack Whatley Kenneth White Frank Wilson Mary Jane Wilson Owen Wilson Audrey Wooldridge Roy Woodley ames E. Wright Helen Wright Lester Mae Zeannall Tom Mosely Honor and shame rom no condmon rue, Ac! well your part there all the honor 1165 Pope 61 . ' 37 , . 3 3'.i3gf 'vs 1. HOLLEY Coculums COAC H ES COACH HILMON HOLLEY Thus IS Coach Holleys fourth year as head mentor at Tuscaloosa Hugh He has turned out a good football team every year and m 1935 produced a state champxonshmp basket ball qum te In the same year he revxved baseball at Tuscaloosa Hugh Coach Holley lS known for his lmpartlalrty and fairness to all and he stands for the hlghest type of sportsmanship In short Coach Holley as an Ideal hugh school coach ASbISTANT COACH PAL COCHRANE Pal Cochrane former Black Bear and Um verslty of Alabama player was added to the coachmg staff tms year m the capacity of assist ant coach Spendmg most of hxs tnme worlung with the lme he had a great deal to do wlth shapmg Tuscaloosa s powerful forward wall An assistant for Coach Holley has been greatly needed m the last few years due to many mex penenced players At last Tuscaloosa H1 has an asslstant coach and a good one at that ATHLETIC DIRECTOR MR MATTHEW W CLINTON The name of Matt has been a household word at T H S for many years Much credit IS due hum for the successful seasons m athletics T H S has enjoyed m the past decade A athletic director of the school he has proved himself to be ln a class wxth the best He IS responsible foo securmg Tuscaloosas splendid opponents who always draw capacity crowds He orgamzed the R O F B whlch has per formed effectively at all of the football games T H S would not seem the same without Matt for he plays an Important part m the schools acuvmes l 4 YI 7, ' ' 5 Il ,Y ' , . 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H H . . . . s , . , . , . . . . ., ' ' lf ,Y . . , . . , O CAPTAIN CONRAD WESLEY One of the mam reasons for the Bears successful season was the leadership of Bull He was one of the greatest llnesmen Tuscaloosa has had m many years He played a brand of football that msplred the whole team Another captain and leader lxke Bull wnll be hard to fmd the world over I-11s graduation wall leave a place never to be filled as adequately as he has filled lt The 1936 State Champion Bears swept through the season w1thout a loss or a tre m the state This football season was the most successful that Tus- caloosa Hugh has enjoyed m the last four years Before the season opened the 1936 team was thought mferlor to those of the last two years but due to hard work on the part of Coaches Holley and Cochrane and on the part of the entire squad, a hard fightmg, wlnmng football team was developed Tuscaloosa suffered her only defeat from Lee High of Columbus MISSISSIPPI by the small score of 14 O This margin was not consldered dlsastrous as Lee Hxgh had one of the best prep-school elevens ln the South Those teams fallmg before the Bear attack were Holt McGx1l Northport Selma Anniston Ramsay Sldney Lanier, and UDIVEISIIY of St pxled up 160 pomts to thexr opponents 58 A great deal of the Bruins success was due to good team work and a hugh Spltlt, which lasted throughout the year The defeat of 1' 1 T loosa from the undefeated ranks for the last two years was enough to term the season a success The Bears also won from St Louis m thelr fman game at Denny Stadium St Louis had tled the Bear grldders of 1934 The Bears won their mntlal game from the Holt Ironmen on September 25 by a score of 196 Echols durmg the first half scored Tuscaloosas touchdown made on a quarter sneak from the one yard lme In the third quarter Farr scored on a 35 yard pass from Thompson In the Hnal perlod Farr Tatum and Echols carrred the ball to Holt s two-yard strxpe and Thompson ran xt over Holt made 1ts only score on a pass from Parker to stes which was good for 50 yards and a touchdown Tus aloosa continued her wmmng streak by subdumg McGill of Mobxle xn a thnlhng game wlth a margln of only one pomt I the last three minutes of play McGill was leading the Bears 20 15 Kermit Davis caught All States Wsstn COACH HOLLEY T:-loMPsoN 63 ' fl , 77 ' ff ,Y ' l n . 1 9 . . . - , , . , . . . ., - . , , . , , , . , 7 . . . . ' Louis. Tuscaloosa ended the season with a record of elght vlctorles to only one loss and . . . , . , . . . . 'I' I .I , .' . ,,,,, 7 n f .' , . ' , ' - .9 9 , 9 , - ' , 1 9 - 9 . , . . E , F . . . ' ' ' . n 9 ' - 9 J a pass from Thompson and carrled the ball to McG1lls enght yard marker The .play was good for 62 yards A few plays later C D Tatum crashed over the wmnmg score The game ended 21 0 wxth Tuscaloosa on the long end Tatum Thompson and Echols scored for the Bears Tuscaloosa also scored a safety Boutrxer and Chamberlain scored for McG1ll with the lat ter making two touchdowns Tuscaloosa received her only defeat on October 9 from Lee Hxgh of Co- lumbus Mlssxsslppl The Bears held the Generals to a 0 0 deadlock during the first half but Lee High pushed over for two touchdowns ln the last half w1th Leslie Dodson carrying the ball both times Captaln Wesley starred for the Brums The final score was 14 0 met the boys from across the river ln the champxonslaxp The only score lh the Hrst on an 85 yard drive after Northlngton and to the Wlldcats 16-yard lme Kermlt Davis The hlghllght of the game came ln the third quarter when Thompson made a 70 yard touchdown on a punt return The Bears drove over two more scores lh the last quarter Echols Davis and Thompson scored for Tuscaloosa Northport was unable to penetrate Tus- caloosas lme, whlch played an excellent game The game ended 26-0 for the Brums On October 16 the Bears game that decided the county half was made by Tuscaloosa Thompson had carrled the ball scored on an end around play MANAGER LANK WALL SQUAD 64 . . , . . . l . . -A . , , . . 7 ' 1 - ' Q 9 tr - sa ' . . , . . . - 9 v , . . Q N l FIRST TEAM The Bears next traveled to Anmston and trounced the Bulldogs 27 6 Tuscaloosa led Anmston 20 0 at the half Suther Farr and Davxs scored for the Bears Bobble OBr1en ln the fourth quarter scored the Bulldogs only touchdown after Thompson fumbled a punt on his own 20 yard lme Albert Tatum and Rufus Deal shared the honors on the de fense Four of Tuscaloosa s regulars were out ln thls game The Brums kept thexr intrastate slate clear by beating Selma m a one slded affalr at Van de Graaff Field on October 30 C D Tatum and Kermlt Davls scored two touchdowns each Deal lacked three out of four pomts from placement C D Tatum scored the first touchdown on a 22 yard run and buclced another over termmatlng a Bear drxve Davls scored twice on passes from Thompson which were for 27 and 33 yards Deal and Wesley starred for the Bears ln the lme As Selma was unable to score the contest ended 27 0 Tuscaloosa s arch enemy Ramsay Tech was the next team that the Bears took ln thelr stride For the last two seasons Ramsay has handed Tuscaloosa severe defeats but the 1936 team partly avenged these two defeats by wmnmg 14 6 Davis and Thompson scored Tus caloosa s touchdowns Conrad Wesley Maxwell and Deal played good defensive ball while only touchdown The wmnmg of th1s game made Tuscaloosas Homecommg Day celebra non perfect The Brums mvaded Montgomery on November Z0 and tool: the Sidney Lamer Poets for a 12 6 r1de Tuscaloosa has defeated the Poets for the last three years and has become as blg an enemy to Lanier as Ramsay IS to Tuscaloosa Tatum mtercepted a pass ln the second quarter and ran lt to the Poets 10 oe Echols went over for the score on a quarter baclc sneak a few plays later Davls scored the second touchdown on an 18 yard toss after the ball' had been placed m scormg posltlon by Thompson Farr and Maxwell Lanler scored her touchdown ln the fourth perlod wlth Kllgrow carrying the ball Beatty Maxwell and Conrad Wesley were mamstays on the defense The wnnmng of this game established the Bears as undisputed State Champxons of Alabama Tuscaloosa finished up the season ln hne style when she trampled the UHIVCISIIY Clty Indlans of St Louns in a 190 fracas at Denny Stadlum Maxwell scored the first touch down on an end around from St Louis 5 after a 30 yard run by Thompson Early m the third quarter Thompson lunged over the goal from the two yard lme endmg a 75 yard drlve Farr scored the last counter on a pass and Albert Tatum lclclced the extra pomt The Indlans were unable to penetrate the Bear lme and made only live first downs to Tus caloosa s fifteen The entlre lme played an exceptlonal game 65 1, ' , ,A A! Th ' . 4 - I I , I ' - f Q 1 - 9 - 9 1 , . . - ,. . . . i . , . . . . , - . , . . , . ' 9 7 , - . . . - ' , 9 , C. D. Tatum, Thompson, and Davis led the attack. Allen, of Ramsay, scored the Blues' . . . , . . . L . . . l , . , . J - . . . . 7 , l . ' 7 , . , . - . , . - 1 V , ' A s , . . . wrt :sh ,K A J: r ?Yf We 51' 'Ei few eel We gy? I 14561123 541 J an 'R ,mmf-f' xc in A "i?gZW .st gn BLACKSTONE THOMPSON Alternate Captam Playxng hrs thlrd and last year, Blacky was the spearhead of the All State Black Bear attack He proved to be a splendxd fleld general HIS excellent passes were always deadly and found many waltmg arms He was one of the shlftnest backs on the team, and he broke loose for frequent long gams RUFUS DEAL Playmg hrs second year on the flrst eleven, Rufe was a mamstay of the rlght sxde of the lme He was a stone wall defense He returns next season on ECHOLS Playing hrs second year on the team, Dummy developed IDIO one of the fmest blockers Tuscaloosa has had rn many years He hacked up the l1ne hke a stone wall He returns next season as a co-captam ROBERT ADAMS Although h1s leg was broken m the thlrd game of the season and he never returned to the l1ne up agam, Square never mxssed seemg a game He was always there 1n a wheel chalr He set a fme example of courage never to be equalled He returns next year as a co captam 66 .Q if' .- 0 s A -, mf' , I - K - " " . 1 ' l ' I . . 3 " ' g ,, W ' NW' - . 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Although thxs was his flrst year on the first string, he expertly fllled a brg gap rn the end posmon He wxll return next year and ll most valuable m wx be one of Coach Holley s en EDGAR BEATTY T1ght played tackle last year, but when a shortage of centers arose, he was shifted to center He came up above expectatlons and produced one of Tuscaloosa s best centers nn years He wlll be mxssed m the l1ne up next season C D TATUINI When C D rammed the lme a few trmes, somethmg had to grve He was one of the hardest runmng backs on the team He was also a fme blocker, and he often opened holes for fellow backs Hrs shoes w1ll be hard to frll next season BURTON CURRY Burton, playlng hrs last year, was a Hne fullback, who knew what to do and when to do rr He wnll not return next season 67 L A , V ,f 73- H r ' ,L-AJ - ' L ' S -- 5 6 an ea r ' 1 . 'A 4 X -Lf 'V . A :I , l x 5 I I I Y' ,VH V X - 5 , -V564 A' 1 X p lf 5 'ffl 1' . P- . V11 H ' . Wei, . R sl, , , ,.., . 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'Q Fw au ,sf my Q-iegijwx Liv vii? a 1.11197 hi av 'i 'P H A 'M I u :M la v ggzflfie Q .95 AC E Hosmsn FARR Hos was one of the best lockers that has been on Van de Graaff field rn many a day He was a splendxd broken fleld runner, who wlll be mlssed next year Monruvnzk WESLEY Playmg hxs second year on the varslty, Mort knew the fundamentals of the game and put them to practxcal use He returns next year KARL ELEBASH Karl overcame the lack of experrence and produced one of the malnstays of the line He hurt h1s shoulder, however, and mxssed the last three games The vacancy left by h1s graduatlon will be hard to full next year Ksmvnr DAv1s Playmg hxs fxrst year on the team, Kermlt seems to be followmg in Brother Paul's footsteps He 1S an excellent pass rece1ver and IS expected to prove very valuable m the future 68 "we V ' EL. V fi? ' - ' ,s ,Q ' gr L Un. A L " 75 A 1 Q -V 3: , .. . - ."-- , Q . "' 5 J ' f ' 3 , ' gf- - ,A . 1-I Q as ' L . ,L . A t 1 T 4 ' - , " . -its , . 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Qi' f , yy .1 i . - If 77 ' ' mga Sw 1433 32 I TTERM ALBERT TATUM When IIIJUTICS handlcapped the Bear lme, Albert stepped ln to take over left kl tac e posltlon, and he proved hlmself entxrely capable of the iirst team berth He was a very har taclcler FRED BICE Fred was always ready to work whenever called upon He was a deadly blocker d h ll b an e W1 e sorely mlssed from the lxne up next season I'lAROLD WILLIAMS Al the Inalfl tackle SUbSUIl.lIlOl'lS He returns for dllty next YCHI' though this was h1s flrst year out Harold developed fast and became one of WILLIAM NORTHINGTON Playmg hxs fnrst year Wllllam was a hard dnvmg fullback who was always wxllmg to tackle plenty of work and always dmd hls best He is a s lendld back h p w o wnll be mlssed next year 69 -9 sa '1 ..,, A , ' A 3 s nz I I JF ' Q '. , a ' -, Q ' fi W ' A L " R S' -C511-k . :gm ' X W 1 ' '. v'e'15"f'f 'N' , ffl- A .,."H4'?'lf"7'3" Y X 3 L- Aff my L 1 was fa L ' . . '32 1 wife ,V .uf ,fa . if- ', RQ ' e .' L-fa5,2'iff' 1 if -'LL -T4 7k '?iLgzx+.,,l mf he ' 7 5 9 ' 9 AC E MADISON TERRY caught the opponent back behrnd the lme of scrrmmage many trmes for losses BILLY ONES Brlly overcame the lack of experxence due to being a first year man and devel oped into a fme guard Much IS expected from bxm next year CLARENCE HINTON Coon developed into a good center who always drd hls best at all txmes H returns for servxce next season FRANK ADAMS Playtng hrs fxrst year on the team, Frank turned ln a fme performance at guard He always was on the bottom when a pxle up occurred He wrll be mxssed 1n the future 70 "Boots" developed into one of the finest guards on the team. He was fast and J rr 77 ' ' ' - Q e T RM ARNOLD KARTZINEL Kartzy never knew when to qult If an opponent needed a yard for fxrst down and he trled Kartzy s guard he always found hlmself Stlll needlng that yard He wxll he mlssed ln future years FLETCHER BOLES Fletcher fllled the POSIIIOU of halfback ably He will be missed next year CHARLES BURNS Another flrst year man who desplte lack of experlence developed mto a splen dtd taclcler He returns next year to be m the thxck of the battle for a first team berth DAVID PARTLOW Davld proved that hxs small size and lack of experience was no handicap to h1m He lS a scrappy halfhack who wlll return next year to become one of the lead mg candxdates for the flrst strmg backfleld JACK SUTHER Jack is a pile-driving fullback who will return next year for duty. He was one of the hardest tackling backs on the squad. 71 BASKET ROBERT MCBURNEY Guard All County Second Team All Dlstrlct Bob was one of the most conslstent players on the team, and he turned lh many brlllxant performances Hrs passmg was always perfect and he emerged hrgh scorer m many games WALTER DAFFIN Center Second Team All County Although Walter played only about half the season he became a very lmpor tant factor 1n the functnon of the qumtet He sup plled the necessary punch whlch was needed for a suc cessful season BLACKSTONE THoMPsoN Forward All DISIIICI All County Blackxe was the mam cog ln the Bear machlne He was always a dependable corer and usually led the team 1n thxs respect When he shot, xt usually meant pomts CLARENCE I-I1N1oN Forward Coon was one of the reasons for a good season He was a leadmg scorer and sank many dlff1CUlf shots m the course of the season 72 BALL THOMAS MAXWELL-Gudfd Playing his first year on the first five, Thomas al- ways turned in good performances. He was fine on the defensive, and many times he broke under the basket for difficult crip shots. THOMAS Nicol. Forward Thomas always played a splendid game His dead accuracy accounted for many of Tuscaloosas points, and he was a consistent scorer KERMXT DAVIS Guard Kermit is one of the first year men who made good He was ever willing to work, and he shows promise of a great future AMES DUREN Guard Buddy played inspiring basket ball all season He guarded his man closely and gave a good account of himself in the point column 73 Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa SCORES 32 Uniontown 10 Selma 30 Uniontown 18 Broolzwood 18 Holt 15 County High 13 Vfoodlawn 27 Holt 18 Gorgas 7 Phillips 14 Broolfwood 13 County High 15 Phillips Z3 Selma 18 Bessemer County High Bessemer Ramsay Woodlawn Ramsay Lee High Mortimer ordan Ho t ISTRICT TOURNAMENT Hewitt asper Mortimer ordan Phillips Corner COUNTY TOURNAMENT County High Holt Gorgas Brooliwood '15 nmk .f Ly 'rlrr .B u.- 4-A-A Wm .16 .f The rx: numqe rrmnony m Tumloam nu pa om I 4 blarkmmh ,nr 'NW' A , . Q f . L j Q 5-, . E533 " . . ,,.,,.p:n gl , V Q V. 151 , X A ln! FZ-? ' ri - sk . . - -- K P' . -9.4 H ., . : ft f' LM I , V253 -f t 211 K5 f 9' 1,3 lv.-'-in J gzfqi,,z.fg:w A 1 '24 ali 2.1 -H , 'l' 1 .au- 'BP 1 N ZX V wi , M! My - 'il ' vw" :gf .1 .33 v f, ' E, . ' SQXX V E . X5 1 ' EQ Rfk x XX ff 'ZX 'L ifC 'f1' . . Ya tix.. 'iii vw g L , 2 - '9 A tfnng 0 beauty zs a joy orever 11155 znto notfnngnefs 16 Keats Its foveliness increasesg it wif! never J ' ' JD 'V Most Bea f fu FARLEY MOODY Most Popufa Boy BLACKSTCNE THOMPQQN Mmm Most Popular Grrl CATHERINE RUMLEY VU? IXQAZ7 fzlllfcfl lil IZ FN. M118 6 Jlfclzzco L Cccfcffzf 0005 942,57 ,fa Pmcizoizz, 'mfs 'Q' Qyzffcszfzf a,r'z,a5 We f fkoody PAVQRITES Z lug, The fm :hue ,min Thom: York mm lv Tunalaum m 1816 The fm mum of :bf torn mu taken m lBl8 nd there nf found za be poyulanon af nw hundred muzrnx mhdmmu The lon uf mzorporaled rn l!l9 'Aa L ,- ,- X X -apa- -ez .A ACTIV ' i"lE -Y ,n '-in , 1 f' . . 1""'f , , A 'NK ' h ,. V mmf' ,A if A ' I .,- f' l i' . . , V I i P Q V 5 A .15 4 Q ' ' ' - , Ly , ' 'A 'qw . if ig.: , CJ . 43: f lxxlrf gf Z ,QQ ,4 1? P- Q -f 1 J 4, K . .. , ,J I' . ,. f . V g f ,g 31, M, V s.. 4 '- 1' A' - . ffl? -uh K KL6 4 Fmt Row Astroth Beauchamp Buckley Curry Deal Second Row Doughty Flynn Foster Glass Greenwood Herman NATIONAL I-I0 First Scmcncr Second Semntcr BURTON Culuu' Preszdznt MARY KATE JEMISON FARLEY Moom' Vue Prendent Blu. Lmsr-:Y JULIA ANN Asrnon-I Secretary MARY ELSIE DEAL Mn Cl.lN'roN Treasurer Miss Ross Student Treaxum MARION Doucr-rn' T e motto of the Drund Chapter of the National Honor Socxety ns Lnght Is the Symbol of Truth its emblem IS the flammg torch nts colors are blue and flame yellow All these symbolnze the bearmg of hgh: into dark places Members are chosen from the junior and semor classes by the faculty Elxgxllbnty rs based on character schnlarshxp leadership and servrce 82 '5 13 ,5 N -.,s south 4 ' Q ' T' .Q 5 ! i 2 1 A , fs 1 A I 3 fd , Y ' za. - A 1 9 s I v 1 - A 1 1 1 9 1 7 ' h . . . . U . wr, - - - Y - Y 1 ' Y . Y A ! . ' Old members of the chapter are Julm Ann Astroth Wilson Beauchamp Sarah Bxclcley Burton Curry Mary Elsle Deal Marlon Doughty Thomas Flynn Mary Foster Mary Evelyn Glass Anderson Greenwood Mary Herman Mary Kate jemnson Ahce McLean Jones Bull Llpsey Robert McBurney john Key McKinley Mary jane McVay Farley Moody Maxwell Moody M T Ormond Jennie Rlchardson Catherme Rumley Blackstone Thompson Members tapped March 3 1937 are Semors C W Adams Lee Bldgood Grover Burchfleld Vxrgmna Fuller John H Greene Charlotte Gross Mary Loulse Hnxon Frances Holley Truett James Powhatan james C R John on Crangen Kennedy Mozelle Klrlcley Edith LeMaxstre Mable Malls Thomas Nicol DeBow Owen James Phlllnps jean Warren James Wilson J S Yerby Marlon Coley Walker Curry Margaret Ella Fmnell and Audrey Flshburne umors Loulse Chnstlan Sam Darden Marlon Graves Margaret Kung john Moore Iulna Perlzms Jean Prater Emnly Searcy Mmme Lee Tldmore and Garland Wood NOR SOCIETY Fxrrt Row Jemlson Jones Lxpsey McBurney lVlcKmley McVay Second Row F Moody M Moody Ormond Rxcharclson Rumley Thompson 83 5 ' 1 D 1 . 1 1 l 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 A 1 I . 1 1 D 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 D - 1 A 1 ' 1 1 3 D 1 - - 1 Q 1 . 1 ' ' . 1 - 1 1 ' - . 1 1 1 1 - - 5 1 - 1 I 1 . . , . , . , , . . , , . 1 ' ' 1 g 1 1 D 1 I 1 .I - 1 I - ' 1 1 I 1 . 1 1 ' ' 1 1 . 1 ' I I 1 ' . 'T - 1 1 - 1 . 1 I 1 ' T ' 1 'lv 1 1 1 1 ' Fxrst Row Deal Jemxson Greenwood Searcy F Moody Yerby B Moody Second Row-Cork M McVay Beauchamp Davidson Bldgoocl Hxxon Groff Third Row Williamson Meredith Foster Holloman T ames Richardson P James Barnes I RBILAQK ,WAR Edxtor rn Chxe MARY ELSIE DEAL Exerutwe Aa'-vxser ANDERSON GREENWOOD Assistant Edxtar EMILY SEARCY Semor Editor MAR ION DOUGHTY Iumor Edrtor VICTOR WIN STON Freshman Editor JUNE McVAY Art Editor BILL LIPSEY Art Assistants POWHATAN JAMES LEE BIDGOOD TRUETT JAMES JULIA PERKINS AVERETTE PENICK Prophet MARY FOSTER Poet M T ORMOND Historian CRAIGEN KENNEDY EDITORIAL Literary Editor JENNIE RICHARDSON Joke Editor MARY ELIZABETH DAVIDSON Sports Ea':tor JOHN MCKINLEY Sports Assxstant BILLY LIVINGSTON Section Edxtors SARAH BICKLEY VIRGINIA LLOYD CAPRON CORK MARY JANE McVAY MARY LOUISE HIXON JOSSELYN POE J S YERBY Typmg Editor MOZELLE KIRKLEY Typmg Assistants ELOISE HOLLOMAN MILDRED BARNES WILSON BEAUCHAMP LYDIA WILLIAMSON Photographers DICK GROFF MARION COLEY Faculty Adviser MISS ROSE 84 Buxmexs Manager MARY KATE JEMISON A ssocmte FARLEY MOODY A mutant MARION GRAVES Advertxxmg Solrrltors LOUISE CHRISTIAN HARLAN MEREDITH CAPRON CORK BETTY MOODY GEORGE CUMMING MILDRED MOORE BUSINESS LAURIE ERNST JULIA PERKINS BOBBIE FLEETWOOD EMILY SEARCY DICK GROFF SYLVIA WIESEL MARY LAMONT HELEN WILSON FRANCES LARY VICTOR WINSTON BILL LIPSEY Faculty Advxser MISS GULLEY RIOR STAFF Fxnt Row Pennclc Ormond Lary McKmley Moore Doughty Lnvmgston Lamont Second Row Wxlson Winston Fleetwood Ernst Perknns Graves Christian Kennedy Tbnd Row Lnpsey Wiesel Coley Poe Llovd Kxrkley Cumming Buckley 85 e 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 x 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 "'s.,f7' I anim TUSCALOOSA I-il LIFE STAFF The Tuscalooxa Hx L1 e IS a newspaper published ea h month of the school year ln the mterests of the student body It IS published by staff members who are selected by try outs The HlL1fC has been published for the last seventeen years wlth the xdea m mmcl to glve those students Interested m creative wrltmg a chance for experience m newspaper reportmg and edltmg EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Head Wnters KARL ELEBASH Reporters JOHN MCKINLEY ROBERTA RICHARDSON JEAN WARREN MARY LAMONT CHARLOTTE HAYES MARY FOSTER Fealure Wnters SARA ROBERTS JOSSELYN POE FRANK BEESON Copyreaders FARLEY MOODY M T ORMOND JENNIE RICHARDSON MARY ELSIE DEAL M anager BURTON CURRY Solicitors LOUISE CHRISTIAN HARLAN MEREDITH TRUETT JAMES THOMAS DODSON EMILY SEARCY JUNE McVAY WILSON BEAUCHAMP SARAH BICKLEY Typzxts ANNIE RUTH WENTH VIRGINIA WOODS RUBY NELL INGLE VIRGINIA FULLER MOZELLE KIRKLEY Exchange Edztor ANDERSON GREENWOOD Sporls Edztor FRED SWANSON BUSINESS STAFF BILL LIPSEY RICHARD GROFF BETTY MOODY ALBERT TATUM MARION GRAVES LAURIE ERNST VENABLE LAWSON Faculty Advxser Miss FANNIE ScHMrr'r 86 K I -l-,.. , 1 ' -fe' If f v 'H A sy I A 352 . . . 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Q . .1460 I' Q, . ll' LATIN CLUB Prendent EDITH LEMAISTRE Secretary Treasurer SAM Dmoz-:N The Latm Club was organized for the purpose of promonng lceener mterest In Latm It IS com posed of those students malung an average of exther 6 or 7 IF thIs subject FRENCH CLUB Prendent Nl T ORMOND Vxce Prendmt MARY KATE Jemsou Secretary Treasurer NETAGI-:NE ALSTON The French Club, organlzed for the purpose of promotxng Interest In French In our school I5 com posed of all second year French students Very Interestmg programs have been presented 87 ll RED LETTER CLUB The Red Letter Club IS composed of boys who have put much time and interest m the athletic actlvltles of T H S Membership m thus club IS quxte an honor for the boys work hard to earn their letters RGFB Thus organization fRoyal Order of Fence Bouncersl aids the Athletic Assoclatlon at football games by taking up and sellmg txclcets by sellmg programs and cold drinks and by fence bouncing Mr Clinton is the faculty adviser 88 A " A w'.I ., Q 5 A NZ t t 4 . if .1 . . . , . ' -9 Y so s f , -Sqf- , ' E . f-f N , " I LT. JC " . : ' " . W , ,f W. j ,f sw. V Q ' ' Alf - J of - e... 1 7 7 ' ' LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Students Interested m hbrary work are chosen by Miss Schmitt to help with various duties there They keep the desk, check the roll, and perform many xmportant tasks whlch help to keep the lxbrary runnmg smoothly as 'U- ,Wh-. .,-,,,.,.. OFFICE RUNNERS One of the most xmportant posmons at school IS that of office runner Office runners take up absentee slips, carry announcements locate students when necessary and do anything needed around the office 89 , I I." 1 ry al " tr , N . f 1 H K , L pu- . K ' sf' 5 x if L , .. 3 .. ' Q 'f A Ik h' . -' fe ' .J y , , Zakir? il? STAMP CLUB Prexrdent Vlcron WINSTQN Vrce Premlent LEE Bmcoon Secretary Treasurer AUDREY F151-IBURNE The Stamp Club was orgamzecl for the purpose of promotmg the general knowledge of stamps and or the purpose of encouragxng the hobby of collecting stamps, together with the arts and scxences related to vw lli. :- HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Prexxdent CATHERINE RUMLEY Vxce Prendent MARION Dousrrry Secretary MARGARET ELLA FINNELL Treasurer FRANCES HOLLEY The Home Economxcs Club was orgamzed ln 1933 by Mnss Mary Emma Barnes and since March 1934 xt has been a member of the American Home Economics Assoclatlon Membership requirements are based on scholarsh1p and active attendance 1 W Cz A as 5' , M115 x gg . '35 f . A . . . 1 it. W! O - J 1 iw . F5 :sn W f ZZ W' Q 1 E .. ,F C V rj A LQ . 90 'TE Tm I lil ul I Ill 1 COMMERCIAL CLUB Prexxdenl MARY Foshan Vxce Presxdent JEAN WARREN Secretary VIRGINIA FULLER Treasurer JEANETTE CUTTS The Morrow Commerclal Club was orgamzed by Mxss Vena Morrow m 1933 Its object xs to advance, protect and beneflt nts members Membershlp requlrements are based on scholarshxp and active attendance "NIT WWW 4-4- .JAC DEBATING CLUB The debaters feel that school would be Incomplete wuthout the annual debates ln whnch they compete They take part m the Unnversxry of Alabama Montevallo and Auburn contests The subject for dns cussnon this year xs Resolved that all electric utllmes should be governmentally owned and operated Y' W ... 0 ' X ,Sli . Sl . 'J n K ' 1, Y - . . 4 - T. 1 Z' L an v I wt, I ' Alf ll- C 91 SUI F K' as B GLEE CLUB Prendent junsom MCCRARY Vzce Prendent LOUISE CHRISTIAN Secretary MARY ELSIE DEAL Treasurer DICK GROFF For the fnrsr ume smce the orgamzauon of the Glee Club nn the hrgh school Mxss Roberts 1 director has organized a boys chorus and a gurls chorus These choruses have sung at many school affalrs and have been greatly enjoyed 135 I IIB .inland BAND The band under the direction of Mr Butler IS 1 bug asset to T H S Ir has advanced remarkably clunng the year It has been here We may well be proud of our band 92 -- ---,., E .-.-..- a Q' s 'r "ii ..- -4 A. " ,,. ' 5 t 1 X, Reporter ,....,...., . ....... EMILY SEARCY ' , , rs . . , , , , 7 v . ., I , - D A --hw Q ' ' in vim!! w 5 H 131 z . -4 ' 2 Q ' ' - . A Q K A W4 ' 11 D , I ' l . , I 1 4 . . . . .jq . Iii Ill f-'iw DRAMATIC CLUB Prendent DEBOW OWEN Vxfe Prexxdenl MARY FOSTER Secretary Treasurer FRANCES LARY The Grease Pamters , under the direction of Mr Rames have presented several fme plays this year, among them being Dear Brutus and Gammer Gurton s Needle I filler 4 65? bud fwruihalr ART CLUB Prcmlenl Vzce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Pow:-iA'rAN JAMES BOBBIE FLEETWOOD AvEnE'r1'E PENICK JULIA PERKINS The mam purpose of the Art Club IS to promote a greater apprecnatlon of art among the students Bruder IS the adviser 93 'li ,.,.1..... e ' .9 P ,V K" e ' 5 'E' y I 'I . 1 .. I . it me -Q if A -5 , 1.- IIH , 'J A - 1 A Y A: F 'Y ,QQ M! Q F Ln A., " 'Q I agar I W""'7F7 15 H QI i SCIENCE CLUB Prendent DEBOW OWEN Vue Prendent SAM DARDEN Secretary Treasurer juuA ANN ASTROTH The membershxp of the Science Club rs lnmxtecl to chemxstry and physics students havmg an average of enther 6 or 7 m these subjects Its purpose ns to further the mtereest of science an our school Thxs club IS a member of the Alabama junxor Academy of Science iii .JK WI! BIOLGGY CLUB Prendenl HAROLD OWEN Vice Prcndent Lois HARRIS Secretary Treaxurer ANN MCGEE The object of the Biology Club IS to promote more Interest m plants and animals All students an average of 6 or 7 m biology are elxgxble to membership 94 V- D N' 13 ll 1 L' , V ' 4 QL? + H l 5' 5 lv A M , 1 I S I -l-.1-1 2 '-W Q I A- .gin . all x ae v 4 'LI lag, , . h , . - . . ' I at -.Skier JENNIE BROWN CLUB ardent ALICE MCLEAN jomss Vlce Prendent MARION Douol-rry Serretary MARY KATE JEMISON Treasurer NETAGENE ALs'roN The enme Brown Welfare Socuety was founded m 1931 and named for Mrs Jennie Brown outstanding welfare worker nn the vxcmxty Pr 1 'pry than ni, :li 3? I HY Prenden! TRUETT JAMES Vue Prendent BLACKSTOAE THOMPSON Secretary 'I'HoMAs Nicol. Treasurer BURTON CURRY The purpose of the H1 Y IS to create, mamram and extend throughout the school and commumty, hugh standards of Chrlstlan character and seruce 95 W 9, 5 D , I X 4 A-av , 1 g ,, ut: , 4 at .A -. A ,.i.L, ...M New V 1 e I - gm xiii" " -f - W' J . ..,,... - ..... l ......, H ' 7 an 1 U 4 ' 0 if r 2 'Ian E 5 I any , f,- f' 3 5 LJ uf: ' 4' . QC- L ll I ef?tf11,i' f ' 4 Lv X . ' , o .A Q KL k ' I La, . . . V. ,, , .,.. yo- ll STUDENT COUNCIL Prexxdenl BILL LxPsEY Vue Prendent BLACKSTQNE THOMPSON Secretary THOMAS Nicol. The council IS composed of three students from each section room the president of the section and two others selected by the presrclent and the sectnon teacher Its purpose rs to lmk together the students an the faculty 5 EEE 'HE' Ill Ill PEP SQUAD CHEER LEADERS CATHERINE RUMLEY DAVID RAYMON FRANCES HOLLEY MARTIN CLARK The Pep Squad gxrls m then' brnght red sweaters and blacx sknrts dad much to mcxte spmt durmg e football games this year 96 .... ,,,,,, i1 -. I T? L' QL , 55 5 cu L . ll 1 74, .ff 4 I , K ' 5 .. ,E z p p L. I Q. Treasurer ..., ,.., .,,.. ,,... C 0 N RAD WESLEY , d . . .fi 5 1 L 5 'f Y , 5 E lf ' W r at - 1 M :Q - ' . ,.. 4 . E, QW X x 3 7 th . ff! -Ns. Q5 4 QQFWQ 2. All dressed upf-Emxly and jovce pave-Ha' Xve caught youf-A typxcal hefore-school scene-These plqytul boys'--Our Superintendent smxles ax us--Areni Red Letter men cure?-What dou you see, Bill? wir gf hawaii! an fav x xi Scenes at the St Louus game it AJ Jil!!! Q' Hi- 'Q Hufray for our snde' You can'z hnde behmd Thomas, Thomas' Vxew from the Inbrary Our Alma Mater nn the bleak winter Hello, boys LOVCIICSI of Ladies for somethmg'j fin W , K n ' X L . ' ' if A fifkyk 9 X H sy ' 1 ' Mygg. , N 'Y , I 1 5 . "Tp , E .fs- ., , A X W Ewa N tv' . VL ' 1 - , 1 l ' M. N , . x N 4 , .lf f i A W, 5 T Y - E R7 Y V1 .u , Y 1' A. K H , N - h ' ,M ,,. 11 -, Q Q MS ? fy im. 1 , W E532 " ' ' ' . 1- ZW- k 2 t V I .. jw - V ww C ar . I , 'I . .. . at ' 'f " v 9, 51 N , - , E 1' , 5. I N'V'efLZfi. '11 1 Ni lr Handsome? 'ieen around school Davld delxvermg a campaxgn speech Our Hz L: e edutor Its hard work cheer leadmg' Neta In the llbrary The hard working edztor and business manager Beauty and the Beast 1Beg pardon Mr Nlaxwelm vb Q 1 ' . x A it Q YK A -41 . U -sf as I 'es ' - f Q r ,M 3 f gf fa 8 ' Q - aa, an W-,, :,WA 3 Qfi V, , ft . Q, 5 f-ffm, 'L A 'Q W V? "K' A mf. . K K 1 , A it ML ,X A ' F- A, . . vt. I I . . ' . i b- I I -1- , , . . Four scene W Q' X91 J from Gammer Gurrons Needle The Semor Play Cast on a sxtdown strxke-Gammez Gurton a J Hodge Scene from In the Zone Need any help Mr Raines? -Ca WSE Q N ,., pm VA. 1'-aaaigr 5. ' N, .N 315:21 "" 'Q 1' 'ix I munuil mlull 3 30 ' 'Wg it I k ek -G -99 fgrzla I ma W 313' 599 5 r'."l""H, The Um amy n Alabama opfud ny doo y ro nudenzf or :he nr nm: Apnl I7 l8!l Dunng :be m :enum :lane wx an allmmz .Jmgnbf uf Aww nmurji e fmdnm :bf ypnng 0 IMS :Af Umvmxy var burned by hdeml rmapx only 1 nv bwldmgf bemg xpamd Lfuh by lm!! n uf vfbwh and nov n 1 on: o :he on hmm ul um mum .anywhere ,,..... ADVERTISEMENTS , 'E ,Q f - 'iff' X 2 ,, ' 'S ' M N ,- -. ,, 'I ' N ,' W . , -1 LL I 555' 'f V ' "M - at 4 ' ' ' ,. ' . Q T ' f' S11 E 'V' '9 .3 , x -,nf , ' f - , - , - Q. ,I ffl' V i . A-1 V X .I , U ax " A ,Q iff-,.""M . fl ' H -Q R "1 ,J N ' mg. ,, K :lg .L A N Y Q A rl .- ri , h L-Y-'24 5 I ? - , . V V l 5, A ,sf : E Y, A A I 'Q-...vt E E 1 , . 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OF SCHOOL LIFE FAITHFULLY PORTRAYED WITH PICTURES AND TYPE TO PRESERVE THE TRADITIONS AND INSPIRA TION OF THE SCHOOL YEAR I9 Ciba 1Qaragnn 1Qress I E SH RS 4t 4 ADAMS AVE MONTGOMERY ALABAMA PR NT RS - PUBLI E - LITHOGRAPHERS ., I ., , OVER 54 YEARS OF SERVICE TO T H S STUDENTS Qjooffraffancf Baagsfgaff was o'm, Baisgaff pllzyau won: 9 ous: goff got out of .gcotfani was co operatmg w1th the Tuscaloosa Hugh School officials and IIS stuclents, who have known thxs store as Tuscaloosas leadmg one for Athletnc Equxpment and Hardware of every sort Now, more and more you can choose from xts stocks Home and Club House Furmshmgs, Chmaware, Glass ware, Radlos, and Kmttmg Materlals ALLEN AND JEMISON COMPANY Over a Half Century of Servlce 883 1937 4-.00-.1-004-YQQQQQQQ-.'00Q'400000,000,004-QQQQQQQQQQQQQEQ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'Q :I I 1 II , . . . 4: 1 'I I - ' f 5 1: ' I I .5 'I I '- l" 'I I 4, I I 1 X, U- 1, 1 11 'I 'I 'I 'I r' "' ' ' ' ' ' 'I . 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Phnfer Wham IS your hesettmg sm Mxss Gul ey V1n1ty I smnd m from of the mirror for hours admiring myse1f 1V1xss Phxfer Th1t Int vmxty thus magmatlon Comphments of BAMA CASH GROCERY CO FANCY GROCERIES FRESH MEATS Phono 525 Comphmente of CRITERION CLEANERS 2219 Sth Street PHONE 7161 1: Newton Owner ..t,,1 DOLLY MASON BEAUTY SHOPPE FXPERT OPERATORS WORK GUARANTEED Phom 150 1817 Brmd Street We Dthvtr We Haxe Served the BICYCLE PUBLIC IN TUSCAI OOSA FORTY YEARS Patronl e Your Home Town Merchants Th 1 Have Made Your Schoo1s 1oss1h1e Thank You HILBIS1-1 BICYCLE STORE ,,,Q BENEFICIAL Two hefty 1oo11mg men who from the 1001x of fhell Clothes had just Hnlihed work of 1 pr ty rough Lund were dmmg m one of the 1l1mghr rcstwurants One of them was sawing Yl01l'l1I1Y a a IIECC of Sf911x P-rch mouthful being mon hy hc-er h1rd 11 ork Ar last he came to a par ncularly tough pxece and turnmg to hrs mate he s11c1 m 1 hmrse mhusper thu could be hcwrd p111n1y Twmt the food wot does yer Luo are o :ts the 1J11n1c1n exertxse 'Maritim S111 .,,...,,1 """"::::::"' f::::::':"::::::::::::1F0::0oo:::o fQ::'f0o:+o f,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,' 1 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 .1 1 11 11 11 1 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 , 11 11 1 11 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 1 'f 11 11 11 1 1 11 - 11 11 ' 11 - 1 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 1 1 11 11 11 . 1 11 ' 1 1 11 11 11 - 11 ' 1 1 ' 11 11 .. 11 ' 1 1 1- , 11 1 . 11 1 Q 1 I " T 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 11 11 11 1 1- 11 1 1 11 11 11 1 '. 11 1 1 . 11 11 11 U1 11 1 1 11 11 ' 11 ' 1 11 11 11 1 1 11 Q S ss 1 11 1 .- 11 1 1 1 11 1 ' 1 1 1 11 11 1 1- 11 1 :llZlifIlifIffiiff:iffff, ,ffff:"":::::::"::::'1 1 ' 1 1 ' N 1 "" 1 ', -ff 1 1 11 Ag 11 1 ft - " 11 1 ' 11 1 : - 11 11 1 ' 11 1- 1. 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H-1 1:::-:H-N1 Madam N said Wilson Beauchamp who Ind just run over an ugly old dog I will replace your dog. Sir said the old l1d1 freezingly you flnter yourself." C W LEWIS FURNITURE CO SOUTHERN DA' RY EARIVI Greensboro Road Years of Dependable Servxce m All Cream Ice Cream HOME EURNISHINGS DAIRY PRODUCTS Tuscaloosa Ala ff!-I-4 KEEP IN STEP WEAR Comphments of PI-IIPPS MOTOR CO INC OI DSMOBILE PACKARD MEAN EY S FLOWERS Flowers For All Occasions Phone 2312 or 2234 Phone 1426 527 22nd Avenue f-Nr'-.asv LANCASTER S GARAGE l'Norman Laneaster Manager GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Phone 2118 Smxrh Street Compllments of MARSHALL JORDAN O KEITI-I WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRODUCE Bell Phones 15 2300 2302 Fourth Street L ENJOY BILIIARDS TI-IE SI-IAMROCK Int Bzllmrd Iessom O K BARBER SI-IOR In Connectlon 6Il Greensboro Avenue unxor l'l1ere 1re twenty ocltl GTE Irosh So Ive notlcecl -QQQQ teachers lVI1y I have some stationery? Clerk 5l11L1gl'IfIlY5 Are you an guest of the hou e la s 1 TY PRIDE ICE CREAM YOLR FRROR 0, The NISIIOI' called at the school llbrary MW I hue the It-tu:-rs of Charles lamb? he inquired ,,,,' Youre rn the wrong bunldmg Mr 'Q L1mb sald Emlly pleasantly The post ,Q o ue IS just across the street fole o Blade COIVIPLIMENTS RUG S PLACE GOOD THINGS TO EAT Pasteurnzed for Your Healths Sake GRADE A PASTEURILED MILK Your Healths Safest Insurance PERRY CREAMERY COMPANY N Telephone 1370 Telephone 1350 FISHER BROS LUMBER COMPANY Near A G S Depot Buy All Kxnds HARDWOOD LOGS 'Q0'v'Q4QQ"""4'00"'v-.Q-QQ, YN, HOBBS DRUG CO Spamsh Inn Corner Tuscaloosa Alabama Nr ISIT OUR FOUNTAIN of-rg EF V5 7' :5 O .- 3 'U F0 E : on .-5 S N D P5 'C Q. 2. ,0'04"0,"Q0"4' 0,0"'00sos0' 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 - T 5 5 5 5 5 55 . Q ? 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N N- 'X HDL'-lk anclwn Mr Dowling making a speech In chapel When I see your smlllng faces be fore me he began xn the accepted orutorxml style xt takes me back to my childhood Wfhy ns nt my dear gxrs and boys you are all so happy' He paused for the l'l'lCf0l'IC1l effect and mstmtly up went a grlmy hand from the front rom Well my 11d what ms nt? The reason were so h1ppy rep led the boy rs lf you talk long enough we won t have a geometry lesson thus mornmg See Us For The Compliments LATEST STYLES IN RIMLESS MOUNTINGS AND FRAMES Protect Your Eyes With Genulne J IVI BURCHFIELD GSON WHOLESALE GROCERS 7502 4 6-8 Phones 364 341 SOFT LITE LENSES OPTICAL SERVICE CO I-I L Swalm Optxcxan 2408 6th St McLester I-Iotel Bldg Truetr snttlng next to his mother church conxplaxned that he felt ll H15 mother told hum to shp out This he did but returned 4Vhv didnt you go home? 1sLed hxs LUMBER AND MILI WORK mother I was gomg answered the brave lxttle PI-IQNE 1109 lad but on my way out I saw 1 box labeled For the Suck Hfeekly News lflucfelana' NZI 'J 4 I 44 I 'I 4 44 44 4 4, 44 4, 44 4, 4, 4, 44 4, 4 4 4 4, 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 : 4 4 4 4 ' 4 44 4 4 ' I 4 44 4 4, 44 44 . 44 4 - 44 44 4 4, . 44 4, 44 , V, . 4, 4, 4 44 'I 44 ' . 44 Q ' 44 44 4 4, 44 4, . 4 4, 4, 4 44 4 44 4 4 " , 44 44 4 4 44 44 4 4 ' ' A 44 44 4 4 :I :4 ' 4 V :I :I a 4 4 4 ' 4 4 :V ' 4 Q 4 4 4 4 4 4: 44 4: 4 . 44 A -1 - 44 44 'fxf 4 44 4 '4 44 . 4' 44 44 4 44 :I 14 . :I 2 ' 14 :4 5 4 4 4 4 , ' 4 X 4 - ' , c 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 A :4 :V 4 4 4 I 4 44 :I 4, , 4 4 ,, , 44 4, ,X 4 . 4 4 - ,A - ' X 4 I I 4 4 2 - 4 4 A I I TC he 4 4,-'--":::"'-:::::::::14 4,':::"::::::'::'::::::J s ', . , 1, 1, jg 4 Y"""""""""" "44"""""""""""44 H 444 Tr: 4 4 4 A 4 4 4 4 4 4 - 4 4 4 -A A I , c 4, 4 . 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I3egInnIl"lg to l00k UPON YTIE' HS 1 Ihlflg of l0W degfee RADIO SERVICE EXPLRT REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES PHONE 127 Nlght and Sunday can 772 G S was I Mgr 2109 Broad SI OVERLOOKED THE BRAY Bemg told to write an essay on the mule ll small boy turned ln to hlS teacher the followmg effort The mewl IS a hardler IJ Id th1n the gllsl of tuflkle has two legs to walk wlth two more to lcxclc with and wtxrs nts wxngs on the sxde of ns head I s bfllbl ornly b1CIxW1rd about g0lDg f0rVV1rd SI TIRE COMPANY ROAD SERVICE SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Phone 81 Tuscal oosa 'vw F194 J SOKOL BROTHERS I URNITURE CLOTHING RADIOS Tuscaloosa Alabama COMPI IMENTS IVICLESTER I-IOTEL AND COE E E E S I-I OP Tuscaloosa Alabama ,., ,.,..,,, - ..,,,,. -- ,,,, , ..., - .... -,,--, ,.,, ,- ,,.,.. -, I 1 , . --- ,...,. , .,., -,,,-----,----------, ,..,,,. -------,---,, -,, .,..,...,., -,,,,-,,----------,-,,--,,-----,,,,---,,, , , l II. 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Flowers TUSCALOOSA FLOWER SHOP FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Day Phone 712 Tuscaloosa Night Phone 425 YN?-C'-2 Compllments of TUSCALOOSA MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET AUTHORILED LHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE 70016th St 767 Phones 268 I Complxments AVERYS FOOD STORE 7318 6th Street PHONE 72 -A-oN0.f,q ust to Remmd You That We Want Your Prmtmg In wxll Pay You to Telephone 15 THAT S US' Compllments of I-IILDRETH RRINTIINIC COMPANY Sclvoof and Commerczal Prmlmg TI-IE SMOKE HOUSE 2323 Seventh St Tuscaloosa Ala J 9 I I. II . I I II I I I I 'I 'I I 'I 'I I I , I I , I I I I I I I I I I I A I I I I I I I, I I I, I , I II I, I: C I I 'I I 'I I 'I 'I I I I . I I . I I I I I - I I . I I 'I I I 'I 'I " 'I I I I . II I R II I I :I " : " II II I XJ I I I I I 1 3 I I 2 I ' w I I I I ' I I I I . : I I I I A 'I I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I I I 'I I 'I .4 ' 'I 'I I I II ' - II I I I I A, I I I II ' I II II I I I - I I I I I Z I I I I I I I I I I I 55 I 'I - 'I I I I ' 'I I 'I I ' :'I 'I 'I I . 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