Tuscaloosa High School - Black Warrior Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)
- Class of 1938
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WITH A DEEP FEELING OF GRATITUDE
FOR HIS MANY SERVICES TO THE STU-
DENT BODY, WE AFFECTIONATELY AND
RESPECTFULLY DEDICATE THIS, OUR
1938 BLACK WARRIOR, TQ DR. H. G.
DR. H. 6. DOWLING
"Thy day without a cloud hath passed,
And thou wert lovely to the last."
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MOZELLE K. BAILEY
MRS. E. D. THAMES-Head
MISS ELIZABETH ROSE
MISS JEWEL ECHOLS
MRS. JAMES DOSTER
MR. JOHNSTON PARR
MISS EVELYN ASHLEY
MISS PEARL PATTON
MR. MATT CLINTON-Head
MISS LOUISE PHIFER
MISS PEARL PATTON
MISS EVELYN ASHLEY
MISS RUBY GULLEY
MRS. W. A. GRAY
MISS HELEN MCGIFFERT-H
MISS RUBY PATTON
MISS EM DONOHO
MISS VENA MORROW
DR. HERNDON G. DOWLING
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Third Row: McLeod, Clark, Roberts, Butler. 'ik
Fourth Row: Raines, Brucler, Blackshear, Urley.
MISS CLARA VERNER
Secretary to Superinlemlent
MISS CLAUDE BURTON
First Row: Mullenix, Bailey, Schmitt, Daffron.
73' Second Row: Thames, Doster, Echols, Parr. 1?
Third Row: Ashley, P. Patton, Clinton Phifer.
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MISS MARGARET CAMPBELL
MRS. H. G. DOWLING
MISS SUE MCLEOD
MR. HARLAN CLARK-Head
MR. CHARLES EBERSOLE
MR. JAMES STRICKLAND
MISS ELIZABETH ROBERTS
MR. CARLTON BUTLER
MR. VINCENT RAINS
MR. KARL BRUDER
MISS BERNICE BLACKSHEAR
MR. I-IILMON HOLLEY-Head
MR. JIM RADFORD
MR. T. D. UTLEY
BY WAY OF EXPLANATION
In view of the superior intellect of the graduating class, and because of the
great services it has rendered to Tuscaloosa High, the staff has seen fit to divert
from the traditional and present each member of the Senior Class with an hon
orary degree. These degrees may be deciphered by consulting the accompanying
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
SENIOR CLASS POEM
Is this the end of our goal,
Wrapped up so tight and neat?
Did we not rack our very soul,
Requirements here to meet?
We traced the earth worm to his lair,
The bugs and beetles, too,
The classics made us tear our hairy
And what did history do?
Success will come to some we know,
Who work and work some more,
But not to those who fail to grow,
And wait upon the shore.
We've reached the saddest time of all,
To say good-bye, dear friendsg
Whether you rise up high or fall,
We'll love you 'to the end.
MARGIE CAPPS, Class Poet
' Page Thirteen
I. A. R.
Service Clubg French Clulvg
Commercial Clubg Glee Clubg
National Honor Societyg Black
Q. L. A.
Honor Societyg Treasurer of
Commercial Cluhg Service Clubg
O. G. A.g Pep Squad.
P. D. O.
Council Memberg Cheer Leacl-
erg Drum Majorg French Clubg
Section Vice-Presiclenrg Section
Presidentg Greasepaintersg Biology
A. D. G.
Biology Clubg O. G. A.g Banclg
Science Cluhg Camera Club.
J. W. C.
Greasepaintersg R. O. F. B.g
Office Runnerg Vice-President
of Commercial Clubg Home Eco-
nomics Cluhg O. G. A.g Grease-
paincersg R. O. F. B.g Service
Clulag HieLife Staffg Girls' Tennis
M. R. G.
Pep Squadg Commercial Cluhg
Service Clubg O. G. A.g Ester-
broolcg R. O. F. B.g Business Staff
K. W. F.
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BILLY BLAN D
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Clulsg Camera Clubg Service Clubg
J. D. K.
French Clubg Glee Clulng Com-
mercial Clubg Home Economics
Clubg Pep Squad.
MAXINE HAZEL BRYANT
W. U. L.
Glee Clubg Commercial Clubg
H. O. V.
Commercial Clubg Glee Clubg
Pep Squad '35-'363 Public Finance
A. R. S.
Biology Clubg Glee Clubg Ser-
vice Clubg Football Squad.
B. V. G.
Presidentof Senior Classg Hon-
or Societyg President of Senior
Sectiong Business Manager of Hi-
Lifeg Student Councilg Editorial
Staff of Black Warriorg Business
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Brown Clubg Glee Clubg Office
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nomics Clubg French Clubg Artg
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Service Clubg Commercial Clubg
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Brown Clubg Glee Clubg O. G.
A.g Hi-Life Staff.
MARY E. CABANISS
F. J. E.
Biology Clubg Home Economics
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Clubg Pep Squadg French Clubg
O. G. A.g Service Club.
P. B. H.
Glee Clubg Editorial Staff of
Black Warriorg Class Poetg Home
Economics Clubg Camera Clubg
A. R. S.
Hi-Life Staffg Black Warrior
Business Societyg National Honor
Societyg Service Clubg O. G. A.g
R. O. F. B.g French Clubg Com-
mercial Clubg Greasepaintersg Stu-
J. o. Q.
Service Clubg Commercial Clubg
Home Economics Clubg Jenny
Brown Clubg Glee Clubg O. G.
A.g Esterbroolcg Hi-Life Stffg
President of Junior Sectiong Black
Warrior Typing Staff.
K. E. H.
H i-Life Staffg Glee Clubg Com-
mercial Clubg Pep Squadg Physi-
cal Education Club.
V. I. N.
National Honor Societyg Senior
Editor of Black Warriorg Business
Staff of Hi-Lifeg President and
Vice-President of Science Clubg
Secretary-Treasurer of Latin Clubg
President Biology Clubg R. O. F.
B.g Service Clubg Greasepaintersg
Student Councilg Boys' Hi-Y.
HERNDON DOWLING, JR.
V. G. I.
Science Clubg Glee Clubg Biol-
ogy Clubg Stamp Clubg R. O.
L. U. O.
J. A. I.
Home Economics Clubg Glee
A. I. R.
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mercial Clubg Biology Clubg Phys-
ical Education Clubg Service Club.
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Clubg National Honor Societyg
ROY DUN HAM
E. J. X.
Banclg Glee Clubg Service Clubg
Baslcetballg Biology Club.
P. O. R.
President Hi-Yg Science Clubg
Stamp Clubg Baslcetballg Student
Councilg Hi-Life Staff.
A. O. S.
Vice-President of Section Roomg
Stamp Clubg Home Economics
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Service Clubg R. O. F. B.g Stu-
dent Councilg Art Club.
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Vice-President, Secretary Art
Clubg Vice-Presiclent Jenny Brown
Clubg Black lVd77iO7 Staffg Hi-Life
Staffg Office Runnerg Stamp
Clubg French Clubg Pep Squaclg
J. F. E.
Pep Squaclg Secretary of Com-
mercial Clubg Science Clubg Sec-
tion Presiclentg Student Councilg
R. O. F. B4 Glee Clubg Physical
Education Clubg Stamp Club.
J. A. L.
Black Vlfarrior Business Staff,
Managerg Student- Councilg Biol-
ogy Clubg Pep Stguaclg Glee Clubg
Honor Societyg Latin Clubg Hi-
Life Staffg Dramatic Clubg Jennie
Brown Clubg French Club.
WANDA RUTH GRIST
H. E. V.
C. O. N.
R. O. F. B.g Pep Squatlg De-
baters Clubg Physical Education
F. A. K.
Science Clubg Biology Clubg
E. H. F.
Art Clubg Recl Letter Clubg
Black Warrior Art Staffg Ala-
bama Map Workersg Football
C. U. K.
Commercial Clubg O. G. A.g
Red Letter Clubg Baseballg Ser-
vice Clubg R. O. F. B.
O. V. H.
ANN LEAI-I HANNAH
A. I. S.
R. O. F. B.g Greasepainters.
W. E. B.
French Clubg Art Clubg Giee
Clubg Greasepainrersg Black War'
rior Staffg Hi-Life Staffg Home
Economics Clubg Science -Clubg
Stamp Clubg R. O. F. B.g Pep
Squadg Student Councilg Jennie
Brown Clubg Service Clubg Library
Assistantg English Club.
SARA BROWN HAYES
S. I. R.
Science Clubg Home Economics
Clubg R. O. F. B.g Art Clubg
O. G. A.g Service Club.
W. C. S.
Greasepaintersg Science Clubg
Black Warrior Staff.
NETTIE MAE I-IUST
I. L. S.
Service Clubg Home Economics
Q. D. V.
Home Economics Clubg Glee
B. E. L.
Hi-Life Staffg Black Warrior
Staffg Treasurer of Speech Clubg
Office Runnerg Service Clubg De-
baters: Reporter of French Club
Hg Glee Club.
R. E. X.
Hi-Life Staffg Secretary of
French Clubg Home Economics
Clubg English Clubg Service Clubg
Physical Education Clubg Pep
Squadg O. G. A.g Esterbrook.
N. E. O.
Stamp Clubg Camera Club.
J. E. L.
Vice-President of Greasepaint-
ersg Service Clubg Office Runnerg
Pep Squadg Commercial Clubg
English Clubg Physical Education
Clubg O. G. A.3 Esterbroolc.
BOBBIE JEAN INGRAM
F. H. G.
President of Home Economics
Clubg O. G. A.g Esterbrookg Ser-
vice Clubg Commercial Clulng
Science Clubg Band.
LAURENS IRVING ISRAEL
F. E. N.
Stamp Clubg Debatersg French
Clubg Bandg Science Clubg Grease-
M. L. E.
Treasurer of Sectiong Vice-Pres-
ident of Home Economics Clubg
Pep Squaclg Bandg National Hon-
or Societyg Science Club.
P. I. G.
French Clubg Latin Clubg Vice-
President Section Roomg Treas-
urer Student Councilg National
Honor Societyg Commercial Clubg
Service Clubg Office Runnerg Lat-
in Clubg Secretary-Treasurer of
Junior Classg Science Club.
F. H. O.
French Clubg Science Clubg
Home Economics Clubg Bandg
Student Councilg Treasurer Sec-
tion Roomg Football.
C. E. F.
Camera Clubg Tennis Clubg
Commercial Clubg Stamp Clubg
Service Clubg Science Clubg Bandg
O. G. A.g Esterhroolc.
Y, F. H.
Stamp Clubg R. O. F. B.g Art
Clubg Black Warrior Staff.
H. E. J.
R. O. F. B.
D. R. I.
Honor Societyg French Clubg
Home Economics Clubg Science
Clubg Bandg President of Student
Councilg President of Sectiong Hi-
Yg State Band.
L. Z. U.
Commercial Clubg Home Eco-
nomics Clubg Pep Squad.
Q. Y. W.
Biology Clubg Jenny Brown
Clubg Glee Clubg Stamp Clubg
Student Councilg Office Runner.
H. E. D.
Banclg Science Clubg Biology
K. R. A.
BARNES V. MASSINGILL
G. W. R.
Library Staffg French Clubg
Greasepaintersg Glee Clubg Ser-
vice Clubg Black Warrior Business
Staffg R. O. F. BJ Science Club.
Y. Z. F.
E. L. LEWIS
A. I. C.
Science Clubg National Honor
G. K. L.
Glee Clubg Home Economics
Clubg Commercial Clubg Science
P. A. E.
Red Letter Clubg Science Clubg
Vice-Presiclent of Freshman Sec-
tiong Treasurer of Junior Sectiong
Football Letterg Basketball Letterg
Captain of '38 Basketball Team.
E. I. R.
National Honor Societyg Science
Clubg Black Warrior Staffg Hi-
Life Staffg Library Assistantg Lat'
in Clubg President of Greasepaint-
ersg Student Councilg Home Eco'
nomics Clubg Service Club.
L. R. U.
Commercial Clubg Home Eco-
nomics Clubg Typing Staff of
Black Warriorg O. G. A.g Ester'
I. E. R.
Student Councilg President of
Freshman and Junior Sectiong
Vice-President of Sectiong Nation-
al Honor Societyg Stamp Club
'35g Boys' Hi-Y '36g Secretatry
'37g Science Clubg Greasepaintersg
Latin Club ,36.
C. V. J.
Stamp Clubg Art Clubg Black
lVarrior Art Staffg Biology Clubg
E. U. 1.
Glee Clubg R. O. F. B.g O. G.
A.g Service Clubg Commercial
Clubg Hi-Life Staff.
E. K. W.
Pep Squadg Library Assistantg
Home Economics Club.
MARY FRANCES MEIGS
W. R. K.
Student Council '37g Stamp
Clubg Service Clubg Physical Edu-
cation Clubg Tennis Clubg Section
F. V. X.
Cheer Leaclerg Service Clubg
Black Warrior Staffg Girls' Jennie
Brown Clubg Glee Clubg Office
R. J. U.
Pep Squadg Commercial Clubg
Home Economics Clubg Science
Clubg Service Club.
E. O. W.
Pep Squaclg Commercial Clubg
Black Warrior Staff.
S. I. U.
Commercial Clubg Pep Squadg
Girls' Scout Clubg Letter Clubg
Tennis Clubg Leader Club.
MARY LOIS PATTERSON
I. W. J.
Black Warrior Staffg Hi-Life
Staffg Commercial Clubg Service
Clubg Girls' Scout Clubg Tennis
Clubg O. G. A.g Secretary of Sec-
tiong R. O. F. B.
R. S. J.
Commercial Clubg O. G. A.
I. L. P.
National Honor Societyg Presi-
dent of Commercial Clubg Home
Economics Clubg Pep Squaclg Jen-
nie Brown Clubg Hi-Life Staffg
Black Warrior Staffg President of
Sectiong Service Clubg O. G. A.g
Student Councilg Library Assist-
antg Secretary-Treasurer of Fresh-
man Classg President of Junior
Classg Secretary of Senior Class.
J. W. I.
R. O. F. B.g Glee Clubg Secre-
tary-Treasurer of Sectiong Black
SARA BLANCHE ROGERS
F. W. X.
Black Warrior Staffg Glee Clubg
Home Economics Clubg Commer-
cial Clubg Senior Class Historiang
P. R. L.
Latin Clubg President of Art
Clubg National Honor Societyg
French Clubg Secretary of Student
Councilg Secretary of Sectiong Pep
,Squadg Jennie Brown Clubg Ser-
vice Clubg Black Warrior Staffg
Science Clubg Glee Club.
T. J. W.
Football Squadg French Club.
R. K. S.
Debaters Clubg Commercial
Clubg O. G. A.
R. K. J.
Black Warrior Staffg Service
Clubg Library Staffg Greasepaint-
ersg Pep Squadg O. G. A.g Com-
mercial Clubg Debaters.
F. E. H.
Glce Clubg Office Runnerg R.
O. F. B.g Vice-President of Phys-
ical Education Club.
SUSIE LEE SAVAGE
A. L. W.
Glee Clubg French Club.
MARY EMILY SEARCY
M. H. W.
Editor of Black Warriorg Pres-
ident of the Jennie Brown Clulng
French Clubg Bandg Office Run-
nerg National Honor Societyg Ser-
vice Clubg Hi-Life Staffg Science
Clubg Vice-President of Student
Councilg Secretary of Camera Clubg
X. W. D.
Service Clubg Home Economics
Clubg Pep Squadg Glee Clubg R.
O. F. B.g Physical Education
Clubg Hi-Life Staff.
B. R. V.
Vice-President of Sectiong Stu-
dent Councilg Treasurer of Sec-
tiong Glee Clubg Home Econo-
RALPH STE'W ART
F. H. R.
Glee Clubg Science Club.
F. W. E.
Hi-Yg Art Clubg Vice-President
I. R. P.
National Honor Societyg Bandg
F. E. S.
Black Warrior Sports Editorg
Greasepaintersg Debatersg Stamp
Clubg Science Clubg Tennis Club.
G. W. N.
Commercial Clulog Pep Squadg
MARTHA EARLE STRAIN
K. A. 1.
Pep Squadg Speech Cluhg Home
Economics Clubg Greasepaintersg
Physical Education Clubg Safety
Y. G. U.
Student Councilg Commercial
Clubg R. O. F. B.
S. R. L.
Commercial Clubg Glee Clubg
L. W. O.
Glee Clubg Commercial Clubg
Secretary of Section 3Gg Service
Clubg O. G. A.
WILL TOM THOMSON
I. F. W.
C. K. W.
F. D. 1.
Home Economics Clubg Physical
Education Clubg Glee Clubg Girl
Scoutsg Pep Squadg R. O. F. B.
I. F. W.
Red Letter Clubg Football Teamg
President of Section 31:5 Member
of Student Council.
B. P. G.
Commercial Clubg Hi-Lifeg Stu-
dent Councilg Section Room Pres-
identg O. G. A.g President of
Freshman Sectiong Secretary of
MINNIE LEE TIDMORE
T. B. V.
National Honor Societyg Com-
mercial Clubg Home Economics
Clubg Pep Squadg Girls' Jennie
Brown Clubg Hi-Lifeg Typing Ed-
itor of Black Warriorg Biology
Club ,365 Vice-President of Senior
Sectiong Service Clubg O. G. A.g
Esterbroolcg Student Councilg Phys-
ical Education Club.
T. G. K.
Dramatic Clubg Science Clubg
A. S. K.
Bandg Glee Club.
U. Y. G.
Blafk Warrior Business Staffg
Hi-Life Staffg Stamp Clubg Glee
Clubg Pep Squaclg Greasepaintersg
Home Economics Clubg Science
Clubg Office Runnerg Service Club.
R. F. W.
President of Stamp Clubg Bi-
ology Clubg Camera Clubg Grease-
paintersg Black Warriorg Junior
Editor '37g Library Assisrantg Ser-
E. F. G.
Physical Education Clubg Biol'
P. O. Z.
JIMMIE B. WINDHAM
K. W. L.
Home Economics Clubg Glee
Clubg Service Club.
V. I. S.
Student Council '363 Biology
Clubg Stamp Club Presidentg Na-
tional Honor Societyg Latin Clubg
R. O. F. B.g Library Assistant 375
Debarersg Glee Clubg Dramatic
Clubg Science Clubg French Ig
JOSEPH WHEELER YERBY
E. M. W.
Section Runnerg Glee Clubg
Service Clubg R. O. F. B.g Sci-
ence Clubg Student Librariang
Stamp Clubg Camera Clubg Speech
SENIORS WHO HAVE NOT HAD THEIR PICTURES MADE
F. U. N.
O. M. W.
H. D. W.
K. J. W.
BONNIE MAE SMART
I. V. D.
ANNIE LEE STRICKLAND
N. W. J.
M. H. J.
S. W. J.
E. L. W.
H. O. J.
O. H. A.
C. O. N.
T. E. I.
M. E. F.
M. A, I.
W. E. B.
H. E. J.
N. O. P.
I. C. S.
SAMMIE LOUISE KELBURN
U. A. W.
R. O. A.
I. K. O.
F. A. V.
H. N. W.
E. S. I.
A. R. S.
R. F. S.
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L. J. N.
U. E. S.
H. M. Q.
x. M. H.
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E. R. T.
S. T. R.
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R. T. S.
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M. C. P.
W. V. T.
D. O. L.
L. D. Q.
G. Y. x.
A. D. R.
K. F. P.
LOUISE DE VASHER
F. K. x.
G. K. C.
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L. K. U.
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I. V. H.
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V. O. G.
A. K. O.
A quick flash startled me as I was listening to my radio one cold, bleak day in the
winter of 1948. I was greatly surprised, for I recognized none other than the voice of an
old school chum, Henry "Hank" Harris, beginning his daily news broadcast. After listen-
ing to his program, I began thinking of the where-abouts of the rest of the T. H. S. Seniors
of '38. I have kept close tab on many of them.
Wanda Ree Elam is a "prim,' old maid. Her contribution to the TUSCALOOSA
NEWS is a daily article, "Advice to Housewives."
Tappy Harris, Dixie Massingill, Laurie Ernst, and Glennis Hutchins are in iNew
York, seeking their fortunes on Broadway. Please don't be surprised to see them timidly
returning to Tuscaloosa to enter Janet McMahon's "School of Cultured Acting."
O'Neal Logan is in Hollywood being sued by a dozen actresses for breach of promise.
Richard Bell is rushing all over the continent making campaign speeches for Marian
Graves, the United States' first woman candidate for President.
Ned Sparks' place on the screen is being filled by Roy Dunham. He's doing right
well in those gangster parts.
David Partlow and Jimmy Williams are campaigning against each other for the office
of mayor of Northport.
Maxine Lemmond, Sara Thomson, and Marjorie Capps, three very attractive ladies,
have been very much disappointed in some love affair, so they have become nuns, and devote
their entire time to silent meditation.
The people of Tuscaloosa are quite excited because of the "Crimson Tide's,' eighth
trip to the Rose Bowl. Coach Thomas Maxwell seems to be doing a wonderful job this
year. Some of his star men are joe Echols, "Boots" Terry, Fletcher Boles, and Rufus
Deal. I wonder why they are still in college. It might be that they have to pass a certain
amount of subjects before becoming eligible for graduation.
The big lawyer of Tuscaloosa is John Moore, and his stenographers are Sylvia Tant
and Mildred Thiele. At present he is in court working on the divorce case of Carl Tesch
and ...........,........,, . Among those in the jury stand are Mary E. Cabaniss, Billy
Bland, Janie Ellis, Owen Givens, Sam Le Maistre, Floyd Medlin, and Thomas Lake.
The fashionable stylists of the East are Julia Perkins and Bobbie Fleetwood.
The famous farms of the South are owned by James Thornton, Roy Green, W. G.
Thrower, and Kelly Tucker.
Jean Prater has recently taken over the job of the high school principal. Some of
the members of the faculty are: Ruth Channell, French Department, Jewell Walker, Speech
Department, Minnie Lee Tidmore, Commercial Departmentg Sara Brown Hayes, Physical
Education Department, Emily Searcy, History Department and faculty adviser of the
"Black Warrior", and Garland Wood, Science Department.
Fred Duncan is a well-known doctor of the South. His best known patients are Edgar
Mills, Ralph Stewart, Edward Pittman, and Ralph Bolen, who suffer from "spring feveri'
the whole year round.
Marie Cork, Marcelle Cain, and Wanda Ruth Grist have recently opened a knitting
department. They've been doing exceedingly well except for two men who insist on learn-
ing how to knit in order to pass the time away while their wives are working. These men
are Laurene Israel and Sam Jackson.
The national auto race, which is held every year, is to be on March 10, 1948. Two of
the contestants will be Lee Hooper and Bill Echols.
Harriet and Jimmy Gibbons, better known as the Gibbons pair, are playing in "One
Man's Family," now showing at the 'Bama Theatre.
Louise Christian, the famous opera singer, is on the stage this week on Broadway. Her
accompanist is Anne Godfrey, known all over the world as a renowned violinist.
Carolyn and Catherine Cooper have just finished a book telling how to study, but it
hasn't been successful in T. H. S.
The churches of Tuscaloosa have employed Elizabeth Bowers, Helen Wilson, Nettie
Mae Hust, Ruth Abernathy, Margaret Cartledge, and Dorothy Boswell to sing at the
Feeble-Minded Home on Sunday afternoons. Ruth Avery, Harriet Attwood, Grace Mitchell,
and Dorothy Alexander, better known as the Girls' Quartet, are employed to sing at the
Veterans' Hospital on Wednesday nights. Ruth is also the accompanist.
Ernest Girlinghouse has become a hermit in the mountains of South Carolina.
Elizabeth Suther havin beat Noreen Year in last week in the cham ionshi swimmin
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tournament, is now being proclaimed the world's new swimming champion.
Mrs. Kathryn Guyer De Mont, a wealthy millionaire widow, has done very much for
the sanitary conditions of Tuscaloosa. Kathryn Strickland handles all of her business affairs.
Doris Ozier is serving as an assistant librarian.
Herndon Dowling has just returned from Africa, where he discovered fifty new types
of reptiles, insects, mammals, etc.
John Bonneau has returned to Central America and entered the banana trade.
Louise De Vasher, Mary Duncan, Betty Evans, and Hazel Bryant, once well-known
T. H. S. belles, are now housewives, they live side by side and exchange gossip over their
Victor Winston, editor of the TUSCALOOSA NEWS, has become dissatisfied with
his staff and has hired a new one. Sam Darden is the new sports editor, and William
Snow has taken the job of proof-reader. Billy Drake draws all the cartoons.
The operators of the new beauty parlor in Tuscaloosa are Dorothy Davenport, Jane
Ola Eatman, Irene Gaddy, Edris Fowler, Katherine Essary, and Anna Leah Hannah. They
specialize in manicuring the finger nails of the best-dressed men in town. Some of their
favorite customers are Robert Cardinal, Billy Barksdale, Jimmy Vail, Nash Jones, and Owen
James Walls is still soda-jerking at Taylor's Drug Store. Last week his boss raised
his salary to four dollars a week for inventing a new kind of soda. Although it does add
two pounds a week to Gladys Warren's weight, she still insists on having one a day.
Annie Lee Strickland is employed as pianist for the W. R. D. lunch-hour program.
On Mondays and Wednesdays she accompanies the Sumter Farm Trio, "Millie" Moore,
Blanche Rogers, and Geraldine Hewett.
The McLester Hotel, with its new managers, Eurl Lawley and Billy Nichols, has
become quite up-to-date lately. It has recently hired several hotel hostesses. Some of them
are Edna Hardin, Margaret King, and Bobbie Jean Ingram. The hotel dietitian is Mary
Frances Meigs. Helen Malone, Marion Lee, Venora Ragland, Louise Parker, and Myrtle
McNair are serving as waitresses. Tom Mosely, the head janitor. has had a cut in his salary
because of the damage he has done to the walls of the hotel by drawing pictures on them
during his spare moments. His assistant janitors are Everett Teague, Will Tom Thomp-
son, Edgar Porter, james Lewis, and Walton Phillips. The clerks are: night clerk, Griggsby
Wright, and day clerk, Levert Morrison. Fred Wells, Robert Irvin, and Lige Cunningham,
the bell-boys, are being reported much too often for winking at the good-looking females who
enter the hotel.
The guests of the hotel are being entertained each night by a beautiful, soprano voice
belonging to Elizabeth Nelson, who is now touring the country accompanied by her manager
and secretary, Mary Lois Patterson.
Joe Duncan is the chief ice man of Tuscaloosa, but he is not a very successful one, be-
cause of his susceptibility to soft glances. At one look, his heart will melt and the ice with it.
The city fire department crew includes Russell Baxley, Ernest Fehler, Benny Langston,
James Kincaid, E. L. Lewis, Daniel Noland, Floyd McConnell, and Hughes Logan. The
fire chief, Jack Mills, is the main reason for the crew's being late to all the fires, because
of his tendency to stop along the way and have a little chat with some lady friend.
Edgar johnson has just completed a book that he has been working on for several
years. It is rapidly gaining favor in all parts of the United States.
Mabel Mahan, Margaret Rushing, Virginia Ryan, and Ethel Smallwood have ventured
into different hospitals in the United States. They are serving as nurses, with hopes of
falling in love with some good looking internes. Jack Sharman and james Kyzer are the
two who are causing so much trouble among the nurses at the Druid City Hospital.
Christine Parker, Mildred Nelson, Bonnie Mae Smart, Juanita Staggers, Martha Earl
Strain, and Jimmie B. Windham have formed an "Ole Maid's Aid Clubf' One of the first
victims is George Swindle.
Lamae Livingston, noted for her original recipes, has received several prizes awarded
by the "Good Housekeeping Institute,"
The great swing band, with a very famous pianist, Wilbur Hinton, is striving for a
colossal success under the management of Bill Rendleman and Ben Lanning. It is especially
noted for its blues' singer, Louise Mullins.
Marion Rogers has recently opened a dancing school. Her assistants are Susie Lee
Savage, Jewell Spradley, and Frances Quinn.
Some of my school mates have become quite successful, which makes me very proud to
say that I once knew them, but, regardless of the life they are leading, there's still a place
in my heart for each one. Because of their presence, the school years of '36, '37, and '38
have left a happy memory, and oftentimes a longing to turn back the pages of time.
CHARLOTTE HAYES, Class Prophet.
HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF '38
Ir is not a dream. We are now seniors with all the privileges and everything that goes
with being seniors. We have reached the third and last round of the "ladder of knowledge"
in high school, and yet we feel we are only just beginning.
We entered upon our high school career "with fear and trembling," but we emerge
from it with great poise of mind, our polar extremities crammed with knowledge. We are
now ready to sally forth into a beautiful world that our elders tell us is a delusion and a
Not all of our valuable time has been spent in pursuit of serious duties. Occasionally
the girls of our class have flirted in the most alluring manner, and some of our boys have
made Romeo pale to insignificance.
The Senior Class is very proud of its athletic record this year. I am sure our football
boys who are graduating will be missed by the Black Bear squad of next year. Even if we
did lose a few games, we showed real sportsmanship. Three of our cheerleaders belong to
our graduating class.
Our school had more "pep" in 1937-38 than eve! before, and a great deal of this
enthusiasm is due to the seniors.
Plays have been staged by Mr. Vincent Raines, director of Dramatic Art, and what
could we do without our band, which is under the direction of Mr. Carleton Butler? Miss
Elizabeth Roberts has shown her great ability as a leader of the Glee Club.
There have been many new additions to the faculty during this, our senior year-Miss
Campbell, Mr. Clark, Mrs. Doster, Mr. Ebersole, Mr. Strickland, and Miss Echols. We
are very glad indeed to' have Mrs. Gray back with us again after a half-year absence.
We wish to extend our many thanks to all the teachers of T. H. S. for their willing
service, and we wish to assure Senior High of our faithfulness and loyalty for all time.
We have struggled and toiled for our diplomas, but as time draws near for us to re-
ceive those cherished sheepskins, we realize how hard it is for us to part from our dear
BLANCHE ROGERS, Historian.
THE SENIOR WILL
We, the Senior Class of Tuscaloosa Senior High School, County of Tuscaloosa, State
of Alabama, being pronounced sounder in body than in mind, do make this our last will
To whom it may concern: Anyone receiving any displeasing item will please let Mary
Ellen Phifer, head of the Complaint Department, know.
To our principal, Miss Clara Verner, we will and bequeath our fondest recollections of
our four years under her guidance. We would like to have her forget our faults and re-
member only our good intentions.
To our coach, Hillmon I-Iolley, we will and bequeath our many thanks for making our
football and basketball season such a great success.
To the faculty as a whole, we do will and bequeath our hearty appreciaton of all they
have done for us, and we do hope they won't think too'harshly of us for all the pranks we
played and all the brownosing that we carried on.
Individually and collectively:
I, Mildred Moore, do will and bequeath my petite personality to Pete Miles.
I, Maxine Lemmond, do will and bequeath my ability to chew gum to Ann McGee,
hoping she will learn to pop it in my approved manner.
I, Joe Echols, do will and bequeath my captainship of the football team to Rufus Deal,
hoping he will continue to hit that line as hard as I know he can.
I, Jimmy Williams, do will and bequeath my kinky hair to Owen Wilson.
I, Tom Mosely, do will and bequeath my artistic ability to jean Moore.
I, William Snow, do will and bequeath my practical jokes to Thomas Albright.
We, Garland Wood and Herndon Dowling, jr., do will and bequeath our many snakes
to Harold Owen and Jack Nuckols, hoping they won't get bit.
I, Bill Echols, leave my best girl to Parker Mackey, with too many regrets.
I, Bobbie Fleetwood, do will and bequeath my many swains to Virginia Head.
I, Marian Graves, do will and bequeath my level business head to Marian Stewart.
I, Billy Bland, do will and bequeath my clarinet to Davis Overton.
I, Selden Bailey, do will and bequeath my ability to strut and lead the band to some
unknown strutter, hoping he gets a tall hat.
I, Emily Searcy, do will and bequeath my friendliness to Martha Patton.
I, James Kyzer, do will and bequeath the responsibility of the presidency of the student
body to Bill Wertz.
We, the members of the fourth period Boys' Social Problems Class, do will and be-
queath our white mice to next year's Social Problem's Class. fSomebody had certainly bet-
ter help the poor boys and pity the ratsj.
I, Jack Sharman, do will and bequeath my basketball ability to Kermit Davis.
I, Margaret King, do will and bequeath my position of treasurer of the Student Council
to Dorothy Blackman.
I, Jean Prater, do will and bequeath my student position of secretary to Mary Lemont.
I, Julia Perkins, do will and bequeath my big brown eyes to Annalee Fitts.
I, David Raymon, leave the Rayrnon tradition to be carried on by my brother, Harold.
I, Victor Winston, do will and bequeath my generosity to Jimmy Swain.
I, Richard Bell, do will and bequeath my oratorical ability to David McGiffert.
I, Thomas Maxwell, do will and bequeath my height to Sam Taylor, hoping he won't
have to stoop at every door he comes to.
I, David Partlow, do will and bequeath my yen for swing music to Billy Bates.
I, Blanche Rogers, do will and bequeath my auburn locks to Polly Ann Drew, without
the nickname, "Red.,'
I, Charlotte I-Iayes, do will and bequeath my beauty to Mary George Adams.
I, Sam Darden, do will and bequeath my candid camera to Marvin Reuben.
I, Sara Thomson, do will and bequeath to my little pal, Lois Dearman, all my clothes,
which we often swap.
I, Marian Rogers, do will and bequeath my sweet disposition to Ruth Moorer, whom,
I'm sure, can easily keep it that way.
I, Minnie Lee Tidmore, do will and bequeath my good grades to Julia Ravenel Morris.
I, John Moore, leave my brother, Tom, to uphold the Moore tradition-I hope, I hope,
I, Margie Capps, do will and bequeath my readiness to smile to Mary Morris.
I, Tappy Harris, do will and bequeath my cute personality to Edith Lloyd.
I, Sam LeMaistre, do will and bequeath my good looks to Roy Woodley.
I, O'Neal Logan, do will and bequeath my carefree nature to Lyman Ernst.
I, Louise Christian, do will and bequeath my ability to charm the football players to
anyone who can get them, hoping she will be as successful as I.
Unto the undignified and childlike group of juniors, we pass down the proverbial dig-
nity, the leadership, the atmosphere of learning, and Macbetfv. We, the seniors, do earnestly
and sincerely hope that, upon assumption of our role, the juniors may realize their responsi-
bility in preserving these attributes and behave themselves accordingly.
THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1938
By MARY ELLEN P1-UFER,
fzmior and Lawyer for the Senior Class.
Officers of Senior Class
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First Row: Mauveline Byars, Jeannie Clarke, Frances Connaughton, Lucy Bates, Mary Armstrong,
Betty Booth. T55 Second Row: Murial Brittain, Margaret Blonclheim, Margie Astroth, Mary George
Adams. Third Row: Sam Beatty, Jim Cobb, W. Culberson, Wilda Christianson, Dorothy Blaclc-
mon. '53 Fourth Row: Clifton Ballard, Breeman Ainsworth, James Copelancl, Rush Barlcsdale, Billie
Bates, T. S. Camps, Austin Abernathy.
Absent-Robert Adams, Katherine Armstrong, Bill Austin, Horace Ball, Mary Norma Bishop, Jimmy
Blackmon, Juanita Bowerman, Charles Britt, Elizabeth Brown, .Charles Burns, Jack Chappell.
President . . . . . . Rossnr ADAMS
Vice-President . . VIRGINIA BARR
Secretary , . . . JIMMY BLACKMON
Treasurer . DoRo'rHY BLACKMON
First Row: Virginia Findley, Lois Dearman, Margaret Ellis, Frank Eclwls, John Duggar, Mary Jean
Cummings, Mary Nell Eacles. ik' Second Row: Byron Gaines, John Floyd, M. P. Griffin, Nell Greg-
ory, Julia Gray. if Third Row: Ross Deloney, Furniss Dow, Sara Joy Elam, Louise Fikes, Jean Freiley.
Absent-Walter Daflin, Kermit Davis, Hugh Duncan, joe Echols, Lyman Ernst, Berry Evans, Frank
Fair, John Fike, Helen Fisher, Annalee Firrs, Eclris Fowler, Scott Gay, Marshall Gentry, Elizabeth Green.
President . . . . . . joe Ecl-1oLs
Vice-President .. . , FRANK Ecx-1oLs
Secretary-Treasurer . . ANNALEE Frrrs
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First Row: Helen jeffrey, Margaret Holloman, Virginia Head, Frances Hardin, Marie Haigler, Mil-
dred Haygoocl. 755' Second Row: Lowell Hardin, Brooks Higginbotham, Elizabeth Kizzire, Robert Har-
din, Elizabeth Ingram, Henry Hobson. iff Third Row: Henry Ivie, Willard Halcomb, Andie Kersh.
Absent-John Elliot Hardin, Joe Hendrix, Kathleen Hendrix, Carol Hinton, Maribel Holley, Eu-
gene Hunter, Cecil jackson, Sam Jackson, Billie Jones, James Jones, Barbara Ann Jones, Wenola
jones, Thomas Kidburn.
President . . . . . . WILLARD I-IoLcoMa
Vice-President . . JOHN E, HARDIN
Secretary-Treasurer . . . BILLIE JONES
SECTION ZD-R. PATTON
First Row: William Lary, Lucile Ingram, Mary Martha Miles, June McVay, Margaret McLeod, Cecil
McAllister. Y Second Row: William Marable, Champ Lewis, Virginia Koster, Annie Etta Lewis. 55?
Third Row: James Lancaster, Bill Koeppel, Wilson McCrory, O. D. Lawrence.
Absent-Howard Lafoy, Mary Lamont, Willie Faye Lane, Helen Langston, Mary Lawley, Edith
Lloyd, Parker Mackey, James Mashburn, David McGiffert, Ann McGee, Mildred McNair.
Prexident . . ..... . DAVID MCGIFFERT
Vice-President . . PARKER MACKEY
Secretary and Treasurer . MARY LAMONT
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First Row: Frances Patterson, Emma Lou Moss, Lois Mitchell, Ernestine Mercier, Martha Powe, Mary
Morris, Julia R. Morris, ir Serond Row: Mary Gray Porter, Marie Poe, Trudie Mullenix, Margaret
Oliver, Martha Patton, Nellie Powell, Mary Ellen Phifer. 'ff Third' Row: Herman Noland, Davis Overton,
Roy Nelson, Harold Owen, Billy Mills, johnny Porter, Troy Nolen. Fourth Row: Bob Perdue, Jack
Nuclcols, George Parks, Norman Mize.
Absent-Truett Mills, Tom Moore, Louise North, Wallace Phillips, Evelyn Murphy, Bob Porter.
President . . ..... . HAROLD OWENS
Vice-President . . TRUET1' Mn.Ls
Secretary . . . . TOM MOORE
Treaxurer . . TRUDIE MULLENXX
First Row: Myrtis Stone, Lottie Roberts, Frances Rice, Marian Stewart, Virginia Pridmore, Frances
Sullivan. if Second Row: Maude Sumner, Nlargie Stallworth, Mildred Tant, Eleanor Sullivan, Ro-
berta Richardson, Marie Smelley, Katherine Spencer, Mary Robertson. Yi? Third Row: Robert Sullivan,
Wimberly Reynolds, Gilbert Rhodes, Eugene Price, Banks Quarles, Sam Taylor, Harry Price, Worth Ross.
Absent-Dorothy Quarles, Sara Robertson, Charlie Rumsey, Dodd Sellers, Lewis Sharman, Robert
Spencer, Frances Sullivan, Jimmie Swain, Lawrence Taylor, Hubert Taylor.
President . . . . . , . Wonru Ross
Vice-President , . ELEANOR SULLIVAN
Secretary-Treasurer . VIRGINIA PRIDMORE
First Row: Katherine Tesch, Mary Jane Wilson, Mary Thames, Mildred Weaver, Floy Nell Terry. 75?
Second Row: Kenneth White, Frank Wilson, Robert Underwood, Bill Wertz, James Ward, Winston
Way. 'Q Third Row: Paul Tidwell, Roy Woodley, Beasor Walker, Clyde Tillery, Owen Wilson, Ralph
Terry, T. Tillery.
Absent-Sara Tinsley, Douglas Tucker, Eugenia Tucker, Doyle Utley, George Watson, Jack What-
ley, Audrey Wooldridge, Helen Wright.
Preyident . . .... . . BILL Wenrz
Vice-President . . HELEN WRIGHT
Secretary . . MARY JANE WILSON
Treayurer . . MARY T1-:AMES
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
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First Row: Carolyn Abernathy, Cathleen Burkhalter, Lorraine Barr, Mary Helen Chappell, Dorothy
Burroughs, Florrine Clark, Margie Clayton, 3 Second Row: Bessie Will Carpenter, Amy Jean Barlcs-
dale, Marian Attwoocl, Juanita Boyd. '53 Third ROW: G. E. Bailey, john Burnum, Marian Avery,
Mattie Andrews, Lottie Adams, Dorothy Williams, Barbara Carlson. 71? Fourlfv Row: W. Atchison,
junius Adams, Robert Chancey, Mason Cleere, Rodger Apperson, Peyton Alexander, Charles Ains-
I worth, James Channell, Eugene Barlow.
Absent-Thomas Albright, Winsley Bates, Willis Biclgoocl, Nlargaret Bidgoocl, Margaret Belcher,
Thomas Bowerman, W. B. Burroughs, Wyatt Caruthers, Rick Clary.
President . . . . . . WILLIS BIDGOOD
Vice-President . . . . JOHN BURNUM
Secrelary and Treasurer ...THOMAS ALBRIGHT
F R E S H M E N
First Row: Ambrose Duggar, Ellis Conner, George Fehler, Henry De Vasher, Mary Easterling, Vir-
ginia Duncan. 5? Second Row: Jean Crenshaw, Polly Ann Drew, Nina Deese, Louise Cummings, Imo-
gene Colson, June Cox, Grace Ellis. 73' Third Row: Betty Englelnert, Louise Glass, Hester Faulkner,
Betty Goode, Grace Goode. Yi? Fourth Row: Gus Elliott, John Echols, Blake Godfrey, Wilson Durham
Howard Gibbons, Teddy Cone, Leo Colburn.
Absent-Jacqueline Bennett, Margaret Bell Darden, Clara Lou Davis, Sara Davis, B. C. Driskill,
Rebekah Dumas, Joe Eatman, Hafner Evans, Margaret Fair.
President . . ..... . POLLY ANN DREW
Vice-Prexident . . . . Louise GLASS
Secretary ana' Treasurer , AMBROSE DUGGAR
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First Row: Ruth Harris, Nina Herndon, Kathleen Hoggle, Jane Gulledge, Jeanne Holley, Julia Grace,
Nell Higginbotham. 537 Second Row: Mollie Haley, Eloise Hicks, Gloria Hanson, Mary Snow Hubbard,
Jimmy Hinton, Eugene Gray, Aline House. Third Row.: Margaret Hamby, Edward Greene, Bon-
ham Hubbard, Jimmy Holley, Billy Hulnbert. iT Fourth Row: Edward Gresham, T. Hqvper, Doug-
las Hendrix, Vfallacc Hobson.
Absent-james Hartley, Douglas I-Ierrien, William Hoggle, Pat Hughes, Kathleen Gray, Winifred
Hamilton, Lois Harris, Sara Hughes.
President . . .... . Eroisls Hxcxs
Vice-President . . . MOLLIE HALEY
Secretary . . , . . 4 PAT HUGHES
Treamrcr . MARY SNow HUBBARD
First Row: Lucia Jones, Margaret Hutchins, Jessica Hunter, Shirley Kartzinel, Martha Kincaid, Sara
Nell Kirchings. ii Second Row: Richard Lewis, Jean Moore, Janice Johnson, Ruth Moorer, Margie
Mayneld, Sara Hyche, Billy Jamison, Nellie Johnson, Raymon I-lust. if Third Row: E. S. Jackson,
Frances Koster, L. B. Hutchins, Hal Jones, Gene Jacobs, Forest Marlowe, Ernest Morrison. 3? Fourth
Row: Allen Johnson, Ethan Kirlcley, Sam Hunt, Frank Little, Melvin Johnson, Joe Morrow, Ira Lewis.
Absent-Ruby Mashlnurn, A. D. Lancaster.
President . . . . . . JANICE JoHNsoN
Vice-President . . BILLY JAMISON
Secretary . . . FRANK LITTLE
Treasurer . HAL JONES
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Firrt Row: Jack Panabalcer, John Parker, Bobby New, Frances Ray, Mary Elizabeth Nealeans, Ruth
Pruett. 5? Second Row: Charles Reynolds, Elizabeth Ray, Dorothy Patton, Imogene Schuyler, Mary Lee
Partrich, Anne Lou Patterson. T3 Third Row: Elbert McCracken, Mary Rohrer, Dorothy McLane,
Harold Raymond, Annie Mae Rawlins, Gena Grace Phillips. Tl? Fourth Row: Robert Pearson, Roy
McNeal, Marvin Reuben, Jaclc Penton, James Savage, Robert Oliver.
Absent-J. D. Robertson, Rex Oliver, Thomas Posey, jean O'Gwymn, Lucille Norris.
President . . . . . , DOROTHY PATTON
Vice-President . . MARY LEE PARTRICI-I
Secretary . . J. D. RoBERTsoN
Treasurer , IMOGENE SCHUYLER
First Row: Lenora Stein, Nancy Stallworth, Elaine Sullivan, Opal Tucker, Lois Thornton, Mary Ellen
Spain, T. A. Thweat. Tl? Second Row: Alfred Valli, Joe Sewell, Margaret Shirley, James Wright,
Keith Ticlwell, Nell Strickland, Beth Snyder. vb Third Row: Jimmy Watson, Robert Tubln, George
Wooley, Harvey Smith, Sammy Swinclle, Nlargaret Woocl, Jessie Mae Tillery. if Fonrtlz Row: George
Taylor, James Watson, Billy Williams, Noah Smalley, Bacon Shelton.
Absent-William Seale, Truman Wood, E. J. Theroux, Betty Turner, Imogene Wright.
Prexident . . . . . . . JOE SEWELL
Vice-President . . Lois THORNTON
Secretary . . BETTY TURNER
..Trea.vurer . . JAMES WRIGHT
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COACH HILMON HOLLEY
Finishing his fifth year as head coach at Tuscaloosa High School, Coach Hilmon Holley
has again proved himself to be one of the most versatile and competent coaches in the
state. His football teams have always been a power among the high schools, and he has
acquired a fine basketball record for himself and his teams. He has dropped baseball this
season because of lack of interest on the part of the students. Honesty and fair play on the
playing field, as well as in his daily life, have always been policies of Coach Holley.
ASSISTANT COACH JIM RADFORD
One of the chief necessities of a football squad is a good line coach. Tuscaloosa is very
fortunate indeed in having Coach Jim Radford, former University of Alabama player, in
this position. Spending all of his time with the line, he has developed one of the strongest
forward walls in the State, and two of his boys have been given Q'All-State" honors. Tusca-
loosa lines have always been noted for their speed, strategy, and fight. This year's line was
MR. MATTHEW W. CLINTON
This year, as many years before, "Matt" ,., iii I
has taken a leading role in the athletic de- i' e 5
partment. His interest in athletics prevailed
more than ever this year because of the fine p ip?
spirit shown by the players. He scheduled iiis ' vi
worthy opponents that drew the largest crowds
in the history of Tuscaloosa High School. The L,
crowds which attended these games were kept 5
orderly by the R. O. F. B. Club, which was . Ailv
organized by Matt Clinton several years ago. I
He has become an honorary member of the i I
Red Letter Club because of his conscientious
aid given them.
With such capable leaders as Co-Captains
Robert Adams and joe Echols, there is no
wonder the Blaclc Bears had such fine team-
work and sportsmanship behind their plays.
The 1937 Black Bears, though not having as clean a slate as the 1936 State Champions,
proved themselves to be a threat in the state. Having the hardest schedule of any Bear
eleven in history, the 1937 team went to work with determination, and, by spending many
hard sessions in practice under the guidance of Coaches Holley and Radford, they soon
developed into championship calibre. Playing hard, clean, head's-up football, the Black
Bears of 1937, as all Bear teams before them, again finished their season with a splendid
After three weeks of strenuous practice, Tuscaloosa met the Holt High eleven on Van
de Graaff Field and defeated them by the score of 40-6. Holt was expected to be more or
less of a warm-up game, but the Bears gave an impressive showing in their win. Starring at
right halfback, U1-los" Farr scored 14 points in the first half while Holt was unable to
Nlaxwell and Deal, Allastate Black Bear Representatives
even penetrate Bear territory. In the second half, Deal, Suther, and Partlow took turns in
scoring, with Partlow scoring touchdowns on two beautiful runs. Clements, fullback, was
the star for Holt and accounted for Holt's lone touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
The Tuscaloosa players kept their slate clean by defeating M-:Gill Institute of Mobile
in a very closely fought battle, with McGill having the edge in first downs. After a tight
first quarter, Jack Suther intercepted a pass for the Bears, and a touchdown march was
started from midfield. Echols passed to Maxwell for 25 yards on the first play. Suther
then plowed off tackle for 24 yards before being stopped right on the pay-off strip. The
next play Suther hit right tackle for the score, and Deal converted to make the score stand at
7-0. In the second half, Tuscaloosa staved off rally after rally and kept the opponents
from scoring. The final score was 7-0.
The only defeat of che season last year was handed the Bears by Columbus High, Co-
lumbus, Mississippi, and the Tuscaloosa team was out to avenge that loss this year. Shortly
after the game started, Propst, Columbus end, nailed Hosmer Farr behind the goal for a
safety and two points. The Bears came back strong in the second quarter, and, in a brilliant
touchdown march featured by two beautiful end-around plays, Echols broke through from
the two-yard line. Deal kicked the extra point. Tuscaloosa came out fast in the second
half and scored in the early part of the third quarter with Echols again carrying the ball.
The generals made their other score in the fourth quarter on a twenty-five yard pass and
were on the verge of scoring again when the gun sounded. The score at the end of the
game was 14-0.
After winning three straight games, the Tuscaloosa Black Bears hit the lowest point
in the season when they bowed to the mighty Northport Wildcats from across the river.
This is the first time Northport has won since the two schools have been playing each other.
In the first quarter the Bears battled down to scoring positions three times, but just didn,t
have what it takes to push it over. In the second quarter Bill Christian, Nortliport fullback,
began a one-man march up the field, and scored from the three-yard line. The second half
found Tuscaloosa filling the air with passes in a desperate attempt to overtake the Wildcats,
lead. Echols was on the sending end of some beautiful passes, but the ends just couldn't
get their fingers on the ball.
Maxwell and Deal, All-State Black Bear Representatives
The next week the Bears, coming out of their slump, defeated Gadsden High by the
impressive score of 33-6. In this game, featured by the excellent play of the Tuscaloosa
line, Echols and Farr sparked their team to victory. Gadsden's only score came late in the
last quarter against the Tuscaloosa second string. David Partlow, regular quarterback, was
kept out of this game because of a broken shoulder.
After five hard games Coach Holley sent his charges against jones Valley, a rest game.
Jones Valley's entire team played a fine game, but they were hopelessly outclassed by the
power and speed of the Black Bears. Many of the substitutes got a chance to show their
calibre in this game, but Farr and Suther were the leaders in the attack. Deal and Maxwell
were the standouts in the line. The final score was 32-6.
Having rested up for two weeks, the Black Bears started on a trip that carried them
farther away from home than any other Tuscaloosa team has ever gone. Their destination
was Miami, where they met the Miami Stingarees, and were handed their worst defeat of
the year. A victory was hard to expect against a team that outweighed the Bears fifteen
pounds per man. Miami scored once in the first quarter, once in the second, and twice in the
third. A trip-tired Black Bear team put up a splendid fight, but they lacked the weight to
stop the Miami power drives. In the fourth quarter the Bears put on some steamg and, in-
spired by a beautiful end-around by Maxwell to the one-yard line, the Tuscaloosa High team
pushed across their lone score. When the clouds rolled away from the battle field, the
score remained Miami-26, Tuscaloosa-7.
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On Legion Field Ramsey Tech of Birmingham thoroughly outclassed a crippled bunch
of Black Bears from Tuscaloosa. Thomas Maxwell and Rufus Deal, Tuscaloosa's two "All-
Statesf' were both injured and were unable to play in the game. The whole Ramsey line
played an excellent game, and Heyward Allen starred in their baclcfield. In the first quarter
a punting duel was staged, but the first play of the second quarter gave the Rams a score.
The third quarter was all Ramsey, and they scored twice. In the fourth a whole new Ram
team went in, and they battled the Bears on even terms. The final score was I9-O.
The Tuscaloosa players finished the hardest schedule in their history by defeating the
Poets from Sidney Lanier of Montgomery. In the hardest-fought game of the year, the
Bears wound up a good year by scoring in the second quarter and then defending their
lead. Sidney Lanier rushed out and pushed over a score in the first quarter, but their at-
tempt at conversion was blocked by Walter Daffin, Tuscaloosa center. In the second quar-
ter the Bears scored on a long determined drive, and Deal's conversion was good. The score
at the half stood at 7-6. The second half was scoreless, but the Poets came close in the
last minute of play. The splendid line play of the Bears gave the high school a victory on
Homecoming Day to round out a 'well-balanced season.
Tuscaloosa 40 Holt
Tuscaloosa 7 McGill
Tuscaloosa 14 Columbus High
Tuscaloosa 0 County High
Tuscaloosa 33 Gadsden
Tuscaloosa 32 Jones Valley
Tuscaloosa 7 Miami
Tuscaloosa 0 Ramsey
Tuscaloosa 7 Sidney Lanier
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These three boys-Square Adams, guardg David Partlow, quarter, and Jack Suther
fullback, have been the basis for the morale of the team this year. They stuck to it to the
end and had what it took to put a good job over.
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year "Square" was kept out most of
the season because of a broken leg.
This year, as Co-Captain, he led his
men to many a victory with his speed,
strategy, and pep. The opponents al-
ways found his position filled with
one hundred and eighty pounds of
fighting football power.
FLETCHER BOLES-Fletcher will be re-
membered as one of the best backfield
players ever connected with Tuscaloosa
High. He will be missed next year.
CHARLES BURNS-Charles, the heav-
iest man on the team, played where
he was needed most. He was a hard
man to get by, and he was noted for
his ability to "dish-it-out."
WALTER DAFEIN-Playing his first
year on the team, Walter proved to
be one of the best centers Holley has
ever coached. His spiritx always kept
up the morale of the team. Ar the
football banquet he was elected alter-
nate-captain for next year.
KERMIT DAVES-Holley expected great
things out of Kermit this year, and he
was more than pleased. Kermit al-
ways proved a thorn in the opponents'
"bed of roses." His ability to catch
passes was shown many times.
a leg in-
"Rufe" was handicapped by
jury, he filled his position.
opponent needed a couple
he went around the opposite
Deal. Rufus returns next season as
JOE ECHOLS - Co-Captain- Dummy,
playing his third year on the team,
proved to be one of the best field gen-
erals the Black Bears have ever had.
His specialty was backing up the line,
and his tackles always stuck. He usu-
ally led the ball-carriers and cleared
out the holes for them. In addition
to all this, he threw the passes and ran
with the ball equally as well as he
threw it. His shoes will be hard to
fill next year.
HOSMER FARR-'QHOSD will go down in
the annals of Tuscaloosa High football
as the champion punter of all time.
His deadly coffin-corner kicks pulled
many games out of the fire. He also
proved to be one of the most valuable
broken-field runners of the year. An-
other like him will be hard to find.
JIMMY GIBBONS-Jimmy was another
new man, but a good one. His strength
in the line broke up many plays, and
he could always be depended upon.
BILLY JONES-Playing his second year
on the team, Billy helped make the
center of the line a stone wall.
Southern-"Buckshot," during all his
days in high school, has been noted
for his clean, hard football. His tackles
are deadly and his famous end-around
play gained many yards into enemy
territory. Maxwell, the brightest foot-
ball prospect Tuscaloosa High School
has ever sent to the University of Ala-
bama, is the Black Bears, future "All-
TRUETT MILLS-Playing his first year
on the team, Truett was always ready
to "mix-it-upn with the opponent. He
returns next year to fight for the back-
DAVID PARTLOW-One of the lightest
men on the squad, "Dave" proved him-
self a scrappy fighter, and his speed
always gave the opponents fits. His
bad shoulder kept him out of four of
the games, but he made up for lost
time in the others. He will be lost by
JACK SUTI-IER-"Hog-jawn could hit a
brick wall and go on through. He
never failed to produce the goods when
he was called on. He also backed up
the line efficiently, and the opponents
knew when he had hit them. He
returns next year to lighten the prob-
lems of Coach Holley.
MADISON TERRY-"Boots," the light-
est man on the team, developed into
a fighting guard, and his continual
chatter helped the spirit of the team.
Holley is already looking for someone
to take Boots' place because he will
not come back next year
DOUGLAS TUCKER-Overcoming lack
of weight and experience with plenty
of fight, Douglas played his first year
on the team. He will be welcomed
back next year.
HAROLD WILLIAMS-Power is Har-
old's middle name, and he was the
fifth man in most of the opponents'
backfield. Rare was the day when a
play went through his hole. He will
not return next year.
MARSHALL GENTRY - Manager-A
good team always needs a good train-
er, and the Black Bears certainly did
have a splendid one in Marshall Gen-
try for the last season. His help in
keeping the equipment in top condi-
tion won high praise from Holley as
well as from the boys on the team.
JACK SHARMAN - Forward - Jack, a
swell transfer from the North, devel-
oped into one of the most popular
players on the squad. His speed and
lceen eye soon put him on top in scor-
shot" played a "Bang-up" game at
guard, and his fine defensive worlc
broke up many scoring plays of the op-
ponents. His steady game inspired
the team to many victories, and he
was one of the high scorers of the sea-
BILLY JONES-Guard-Billy always
played a steady game. His ability to
stick to a man kept the opponent out
of his territory many times.
gave a good account of himself at for-
word, and when he turned the ball
loose, it usually went through the hoop
or to one of his teammates.
RUFUS DEAL,-Guard-Playing his first
year on the team, "Rufe', was one of
the most consistent players on the
squad, and his playing was one of the
factors of the good season.
WALTER DAFFIN--Center-The tallest
man on the squad, Walter led the
team in chalking up the most points
during the season, and his splendid
work in defense often kept the op-
ponents from scoring.
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laclc of experience, Bill came to the
front as a player and turned in some
JACK PENTON-Guard-Jack, playing
his first year for the Black Bears,
proved to be of great value to the
team and promises to be good material
in future years.
overcoming the handicap of being the
smallest man on the squad, soon show-
ed himself to be a mighty dependable
scorer, and his passes always found
JOE MORROW-Guard-Although this
is the first year Joe has played with
Tuscaloosa High, he shows signs of
being a future star, and Holley ex-
pects a good player in him next year.
KERMIT DAVIS-Guard-Kermit, play-
ing his second year on the team, could
always be counted on, and rarely did
an opponent score over his position.
RALPH STEWART-Manager -- Much
of the success of a basketball team is
due to its management and training.
Stewart was a very able manager, and
the equipment was always in tip-top
shape. Many of the victories were
due to Stewart,s conscientious worlc.
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And also the Art Club for the progressive work
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First Row: Martha Powe, Virginia Priclmore, Imogene Schuyler, Marian Graves, Julia Perkins, Bobbie
Fleetwood, .lean Moore. 'fi Second Row: Lottie Roberts, Annie Etta Lewis, Kathryn Harris, Janie Ellis,
Louise Christian, Sara Brown Hayes, Laurie Ernst. iii' Third Row: Sam jackson, Tom Mosely, Jimmy
Swain, Davis Overton, Pat Hughes, Jack Panabalcer. 'fl Fourth Row: Sam LeMaistre, Joe Searcy, Ed-
gar Johnson, Jimmy Gibbons, Jack Mills.
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By William Shakespeare
Given December 6, 7, 8, 1937
Viola . . . . . . Marian Stewart
Olvia .... . . Charlotte Hayes
Maria ...... Glennis Hutchins
Ladies in Waiting ,......
Edith Lloyd, Polly Ann Drew
Dulce Orsino ..... Carlon Hocutt
Sir Toby Belch .... D. Robertson
Sir Andrew Aguechcelc . . . Sam Darden
The Clown ,.,.. Garland Wood
Sebastian . . , . Willam Snow
Malvolio . . , . Henry Harris
Sea Captain .... Ernest Girlinghouse
Antonio .,.... Truman Wood
Pages . . Thomas Albright, Willis Bidgood
"FLY AWAY HOME"
By Dorothy Bennett
Given May 2 and 3, 1938
Nan Masters .
Penny . . .
Armand Sloan . . .
Maria , , .
Gabriel . . .
. Lyman Ernst
. O7Neal Logan
. Joyce Herndon
. Richard Bell
. Kathryn Harris
. Carlon Hocutt
. Mary Lamont
. Truman Wood
CAST OF PLAYS
UTI-IE IMPORTANCE OF BEING
By Oscar Wilde
Given October 25 and 26, 1937
Algernon Moncrieff . . . Selden Bailey
Jack Worthington . . . O,Neal Logan
Cecily Cardew .,... Mary Lamont
Hon. Gwendolyn Fairfax . . Anne Godfrey
Lady Bracknell .,.. Janet McMahon
Miss Prism ..... Kathryn Harris
The Rev. Dr. Chasuble . . 1. D. Robertson
Lane ..,.... Griggsby Wright
Merriman . . Charles Britt
Prexident . . . JANET MCMA!-1oN
Vice-President . . GLENNIS I-IUTCHINS
Secretary . . . , MARY LAMONT
Treasurer . . . . CHARLOTTE HAYES
FIRST ROW: Ernst, Walker, Sullivan, Wilson, La-
mont, Hayes, Lloyd, Phifer, Green. iff SECOND
ROW: Harris, Searcy, McMahon, Hutchins, Robert-
son, Bonneau, Britt, Glass, Robertson. ii? THIRD
ROW: Massingell, Owen. Stewart, Ray, Blackmon,
Patton, Overton. if FOURTH ROW: Albright, Bai-
ley, Darden, Israel, Grace, Vginston, Snow, Ernst,
Wood, Bidgood. si? FIFTH OW: Girlinghouse,
Mackey, Wright, Reuben, Hocutt, Wood, Channell,
MISS ELIZABETH ROBERTS
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
FIRST ROW: Englebert, Thornton, Gaddy, Windham, Cork, Spradley, Harris, Moore, Rogers. YL? SEC-
OND ROW: Ernst, Capps, Warren, Thiele, Astroth, Rumsey, Tant. Champagne, Blackman. 11? THIRD
ROW: Abernathy, Cooper, Christianson, Massingill, sk FOURTH ROW: Spain, Hyehe, Pruett, Hardin.
Williams, Connoughton, Langston, Patterson. si FIFTH ROW: Smart, Nelson, Boswell, Davenport, J.
Morris, M. Morris, Richardson, Hanson. if SIXTH ROW: Wilson, Cummings, Cooper, Livingston, Pat-
ton, Rogers, Oliver. iy SEVENTH ROW: Christian, Smallwood, Rushing, Gregory, Cain, Head, Perkins.
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FIRST ROUW: Stewart, Yerby, Colburn, Duncan, Griffin, Cardinal, Lancaster. sk SECOND ROW:
Beatty. Bailey, KOEDDGII, Quarles, Echols, Kilburn, Vail. if THIRD ROW: Cleere, Gibbons, Godfrey,
Dlef, Remlleman, Sharman, Johnson, Bell. FOURTH ROW: Evans, Kincaid, Parker, Dowling, Cobb.
AS WE GO TO PRESS
Gilbert and Sullivarfs
TRIAL BY JURY
To be given May 10, 1938
Judge . . . . . Sam Beatty
Plaintiff . . . . . Louise Christian
Defendant .,... , Blake Godfrey
Counsel for the Plaintiff . . . Jim Colnln
Usher .... . . . Bill Rendelman
Foreman of the Jury ...........,..,.. . . joe Yerby
Also Clioruses of Jurymen, Bridesmaids, and Spectators
Mr. Carlton Butler will direct the orchestra, which will consist of some of his band members,
with Ann Godfrey, Julia Perkins, Marion Rogers, and Emily Searcy furnishing the string section.
Bill Wertz will be the accompanist.
Mn. CARLTON BUTLER
FIRST ROW: Irvin, Sharman, Abernathy, Taylor, Bland, Cobb
Wergz, Overton. 'ik SECOND ROW: Porter, Duncan, McLeod
Dunham, Langston, Camps, Ward. Q THIRD ROW: Conner
Medlin, Israel, McCrory, Kyzer, Lanning, Barksdale, Searcy
Jones, Ingram, Butler. i7 FOURTH ROW: Robertson, Lewis
Duncan, Baxley, Barksdale, Hinton.
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OLD MEMBERS OF THE HONOR SOCIETY
Louise Christian, Sam Darden, Marian Graves, Margaret King, John Moore, Julia Perkins, Jean Prater
Emily Searcy, Minnie Lee Tidmore, J. Garland WO0d.
DRUID CHAPTER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The motto of the Druid Chapter of the National Honor Society is "Light Is the Symbol of
Truth", its emblem is the flaming torch, its colors are blue and flame yellow. All these symbolize
the bearing of light into dark places.
Members are chosen from the Junior and Senior classes by the faculty. Eligibility is based on
character, scholarship, leadership, and service.
Old members of the chapter are: Louise Christian, Sam Darden, Marian Graves, Margaret King,
John Moore, Julia Perkins, jean Prater, Emily Searcy, Minnie Lee Tidmore, J. Garland Wood.
Members tapped March 11, 1938, are: Seniors: Ruth Abernathy, Harriet Attwood, Ruth Chan-
nell, Frederick Duncan, Laurie Ernst, Wilbur Hinton, Edgar Johnson, Margie jones, James Kyzer,
Thomas Lake, Sam LeMaistre, E. L. Lewis, janet McMahon, Billy Nichols, Jack Sharman, Griggsby
Wright. Juniors: James Trotter Cobb, June McVay, Julia R. Nlorris, Mary M. Morris, Harold Owen,
Mary Ellen Phifer, Martha Powe, Marian Stewart, Bill Wertz.
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ik SECOND ROW: Channell, Lewis, Cooper, Nelson, Cooper, Tesch, Reuben, Robertson. il? THIRD
ROW: McMahon, Holley, Powe, Avery, Hayes, Lamont, Rushing, Alexander, Thompson, Prater. sir
FOURTH ROW: Searcy, Perkins, Fleetwood, McGee, Fitts, Patton, Head, Wilson, Ernst. iff FIFTH
ROW: Taylor, Darden.
New members, not pictured-Langston, Underwood, Phifer.
EDITORIAL STAFF Typifff
Editor SARA THOMPSON
MARIAN STEWART GAROLYN COOPER
Reporters GERALDINE HEWITT
JANET MCMAHON ELIZABETH NELSON
J. D' ROBERTSON ETHEL SMALLWOOD
MARVIN REUBEN MARGARET RUSHING
ROBERT UNDERWOOD RUTH CHANNELL
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MARTHA POWE BUSINESS STAFF
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Feature Writers Sglicgfon-
LAURIE ERNST SAM DARDEN
BOBBIE FLEFTWOOD DOROTHY ALEXANDER
CATHERINE COOPER RUTH AVERY
NELL GREGORY JULIA PERKINS
HELEN LANGSTON VIRGINIA HEAD
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MARY LAMONT MARTHA PATTON
CHARLOTTE HAYES ANNALEE FITTS
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JUNE MCVAY Faculty Advzser
HELEN WILSON MISS FANNIE SCI-IMITT
FIRST ROW: Moore,
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Jones, Herndon, Glass, Elam, Ellis, Williams, Cumming. if SECOND ROW
Findley, Goode, Mashburn, Dease, Booth, Blackman. iff THIRD ROW: Bailey
Fehler, Jamison, Albright. fl? FOURTH ROW: Godfrey, Durham, Johnson, T11
lery, Bates, Bidgood, Burnum.
The officers are: Wilson Durham, President, George Fehler, Vice-President, and Nina Herndon, Sec
I DEBATERS' CLUB
FIRST ROW: Bonneau, Walker, Stewart, Lamont, Sewell, Robertson, Kartzinel. il? SECOND ROW
Hayes, Stem, Glass, Phifer, Ray, Hunter. ii? THIRD ROW: Bidgood, Snow, Robertson, Ragland, Dease
The officers are: Mary Ellen Phifer, President: Henry Davis, Vice-President: John Bonneau, Sec-
retary, and Willis Bidgood, Treasurer.
FRENCH I CLUB
FIRST ROW: M. Morris, J. Morris, Pridmore, Powe, Stewart, Bates, Dearman, Lloyd. iv SECOND ROW
Holley, Richardson, McVay, Patton, Astroth, Phifer. Q THIRD ROW: Blondheim, Mercier, Oliver fl?
FOURTH ROW: Ward, Wertz, Underwood, Wood, Mills. 3? FIFTH ROW: Way, Halcomb, Noland
The officers are: Bill Wertz, President: Garland Wood, Vice-President: Julia R. Morris, Secretary
and Marian Stewart, Treasurer.
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FRENCH II CLUB
FIRST ROW: Guyer, Hayes, Searcy, Hewett, Boswell. if SECOND ROW: King, Hanson, Tesch, Channel!
Koster, Christianson, Eatman. il? THIRD ROW: Teague, Marable, Bland, Cunningham, Bell, Rendleman
ik FOURTH RONV: Cobb, Porter. Absent-Christian, Graves, Langston, Godfrey, Lanning.
The officers are: Marian Graves, President: Ann Godfrey, Vice-President, Geraldine Hewett, Sec
retary: and Margaret King, Treasurer.
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FIRST ROW: Lancaster, McGiffert, Echols, Wertz, Cone, Fehler, Austin. il? SECOND ROW: Darden
Sewell, Echols, Searcy, Ross, Cobb. i? THIRD ROW: Sharman, Moore, Bland, Wright, Kyzer.
The officers are: Bill Echols, President, David McGiffert, Vice-President: and John Moore, Secretary
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
FIRST ROW: Christian, Jones, Cooper, Capps, Boyd, Mullins, Corlc, House, Schuyler. SL? SECOND ROW:
Livingston, Patton, Weaver, Hardin, Lee, Warren, Curl, North, Rushing, Smallwood. ik THIRD ROW:
McGee, Grace, Hewett, Tidmore, Brown, Ozier, Hust, Gibbons, Suther, Hunter. sir FOURTH ROW:
Boswell, Alexander, Hayes. si' FIFTH ROW: Spradley, Tucker, Barr, Adams, Brittain, Astroth, Gray
McNair, Kartzinel, Ellis, Hg SIXTH ROW: Thornton, Windham. Emzlebert, Hicks, Lamont, Patton
Rogers, M. Armstrong, K. Armstrong, Elam, Haigler.
The officers are: Bobbie Jean Ingram, President: Margie Jones, Vice-President: Mary Lamont, Sec-
retary, and Glennis Hutchins, Treasurer.
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FIRST ROW: Moorer, Perkins, Shirley, Rogers, R. Morris, M. Morris. if SECOND ROW: Glass,
Bhlfer, DYGW, King, 0'Gwynn, Smart. 547 THIRD ROW: Robertson. Goode, Porter, Grace, Gray, Mash-
burn, Spain. if FOURTH ROW: Bidgood, Johnson, Burnum.
The officers are: Julia Perkins, President: Willis Bidgood, Vice-President: and Margaret King,
Secretary and Treasurer.
JENNIE BROWN CLUB
FIRST ROW: Miles, Richardson. aff SECOND ROW: Tidmore, McVay, Findley. sf? THIRD ROW: Moore,
Prater. if FOURTH ROW: Cooper, Lemmond. ik FIFTH ROW: Cooper, Astroth, Harris, Searcy, Patton.
Absent-Perkins, Graves, Fleetwood, Christian.
The ofhcers are: Emily Searcy, President: Robbie Fleetwood, Vice-President: and Catherine Cooper,
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MORROW COMMERCIAL CLUB
The Morrow Commercial Club officers are: Jean Prater, Presidentg Dorothy Alexander, Vice-
Presidentg Carolyn Cooper, Secretary: and Harrietf. Attwood, Treasurer.
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S T. H. S. BUSINESS CLUB
The officers of the T. H. S, Business Club are: Eleanor Sullivan, Presidentg Harriet Gibbons, Sec-
retaryg and Murial Brittain, Treasurer,
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FIRST ROW: Britt, Stewart, Ernst. -ff SECOND ROW: Winston McMahon, Massingill, Ozier, Robert-
son, Yerby. -iz THIRD ROW: Harris, Glass, Astroth.
FIRST ROW: Bishop, Hayes, Moore, Searcy. 112 SECOND ROW: Bates, Greene, Lemmond, Hutchins
Alexander, THIRD ROW: M. Morris, R. Morris, Richardson, Rogers.
Absent : Christian, Fleetwood.
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LEADERS-Molly Haley, Selden Bailey, David Raymnn. Mildred Moore.
FIRST ROW: Stein, Attwood, Adams, Nelson, Ozier, Pruett. if? SECOND ROW: Mitchell, Clark, Eades,
Englebert, Thornton, Duncan, Johnson. 5? THIRD ROW: Lee, Adams, Lamont, Patton, Ray. 'gg FOURTH
ROW: Avery, Weaver, Davis.
RED LETTER MEN
LEADERS-Square Adams, Joe Echols, Thomas Maxwell, Rufus Deal.
FIRST ROW: Jones, Mills, Gibbons, Suther. 543 SECOND ROW: Green, Oliver, Burns, Phillips, Partlow
FIRST ROW: Massingill, Murphy, Langston, Ernst, McMahon, Searcy, Graves, Fleetwood, Dow. iff
SECOND ROW: Harris, Porter, Jones, Livingston, Mullins, Reynolds, Wertz, Rhodes. fy THIRD ROW:
VVard, McCrory, Nichols, Irvin, Bland, VVood, Cobb, Echols, Yerby, Baxley. '17 FOURTH ROW: Camps,
Owen, Duncan, Wright, Dowling, Lewis, Israel, Snow, Hinton, Lewis. if FIFTH ROW: Halcomb, Cun-
ningham, Moore, Givens, Moore, Hocutt, LeMaistre, Kyzer, Langston, Lake.
The officers are: Sam Darden, President, Bill Wertz, Vice-President, and John Moore, Secretary
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FIRST ROW: Avery, Spencer, Weaver, Dearman, Hanson, Bishop, Hutchins, Fike. sir SECOND ROW:
Alexander, Powell, Hayes, Hannah, Essary, Rogers, Richardson, Albright. 52? THIRD ROW: Patterson,
Nelson, Gibbons, Stewart, Ryan, Suther, Nichols, Wood, Bidgood, Cone, Burnum, Massingill. FOURTH
ROW: Wright, Swindle, Ernst. Jackson, Darden, Yerby, Bonneau. FIFTH ROW: Walls, Jones, Johnson,
Strickland, Little, Lary, Lewis, Oliver, Greene, Johnson, Dowling.
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FIRST ROW: Lancaster, Connoughton, Pridmore, Roberts, Lewis, Ellis, Irvin. if SECOND ROW:
Dowling, Medlin, Underwood, Wood, Bidgood, Kilburn, Ernst. 'ik THIRD ROW: Bland, Jackson, Echols,
Hooper, Winston, Lary.
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FIRST ROW: Tucker, Moorer, Drew, Glass, Hicks, Hanson, Robertson, Sewell, Burnum, Bidgood. Sir
SECOND ROW: Partrich, Dearman, McVay, Patton, Haygood, Bishop, Blackman, Phifer, Wright, Cone.
rf? THIRD ROW: Hubbard, Woodley, McMahon, Lamont, King, Ross, Owen, Wertz, Holcomb. sir
FOURTH ROW: Walls, Tidmore, Searcy, Gregory, Gibbons, Deloney, Moore. -il: FIFTH ROW: Swindle,
Christian, Thompson, Strickland, Moore. sf? SIXTH ROW: Eehols, Patterson, Taylor, Prater, LeMaistre,
The officers are: James Kyzer, President: Emily Searcy, Vice-President: Julia Perkins, Secretary,
and Margaret King, Treasurer.
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LIST OF ADVERTISERS
Alabama Gas Co.
Allen 86 Jemison
Austin Motor Co.
Avery Food Store
Bama Cash Grocery Co.
'Bama, Druid and Ritz Theatres
Birmingham Engraving Co.
Barnes 86 Norris Gin
The Battery Shop
Black, Friedman, Winstons,
Bridgers-Tidwell Lumber Co.
Brown's Dollar Store
Burchiield 86 Son
Cain Machine Shop
Carter Grocery Store
Central Drug Co.
Christian 86 Son
City Furniture Co.
City National Bank
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Cole Supply Co.
Coley Grocery Store
Cummings Service Station
Davis-Leach Drug Co.
Deal Lumber Co.
Doctor Pepper Bottling Co.
Druid Drug Co.
Dugin's Shoe Store
"SI" Tire Co.
Ellcs Oil Co.
Electric Service Co.
Fincher 8t Ozment Jewelry Co.
The First National Bank
Fisher Bros. Lumber Co.
Gates Sc Co.
Gulf Refining Co.
H. W. Drug Co.
Harper Lumber Co.
Hildreth Printing Co.
Hutchins Bros. Grovery Co.
Kyle Office Supply Co.
Lancaster Garage Co.
Lane Tile 86 Marble Co.
Lary at Kennedy
Lewis Furniture Co.
Local Finance Co.
Maclcey's Grocery Store
Marshall, Jordan, Keith
McGiffert Fruit Co.
McLane Secretarial School
Meredith at Son
Optical Service Co.
Perry Creamery Co.
Pizitz Beauty Salon
Powder Puff Beauty Shoppe
Powe's Brownbilt Shoe Store
Pure Process Ice Makers
Raymon Department Store
Riverview-Chambers Coal Co.
Rogers Plumbing 85 Heating Co
Sears, Roebuclc and Co.
Sewell Hardware Co.
Slcelton's Gun 81 Key Shop
The Smoke House
South Side Drug Store
Southern Dairy Farm
Southern Furniture Co.
Spradley Cycle Shop
Tatum Drug Co.
Tuclcer Motor Co.
Tuscaloosa Flower Shop
Tuscaloosa Motor Co.
Tuscaloosa Printing Co.
University Candy Co.
University Supply Store
Ward Drug Co.
Weatherford Printing Co.
Wiesel Department Store
Uiiioii of Barber Shops
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value...in Paragon-Printed Annualsmwould so
many customers have stayed with us for periods of
ten.. .twelve . . . Hfteen consecutive years?
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Tioneer Cprinlers of School and College Qflnnuals
I4 Adams Avenue Montgomery, Alabama
OVER 55 YEARS OF SERVICE TO T. I-I. S. STUDENTS
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BE golf get out of cscoffarzcf-H
was co-operating with the Tuscaloosa City Board of Education,
Tuscaloosa High School officials and its students, who have known
this store as Tuscaloosa's leading one for Athletic Equipment and
Hardware of every kind.
Now, more than ever, you can choose from its stocks-
Home and Cluh House Furnishings, Chinaware, Glassware,
Radios, and Knitting Materials
ALLEN AND JEMISON COMPANY
Over a Half-Century of Service
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It 1: Cole Supply Co., Ltd.
FURNITURE CO. 1, Ig
COMPLETE QI gl PAINTS
HOME FURNITURE ll PLUMBING S1 HEATING
2210 sixth street I Il SUPPLIES
EASY TERMS 520 22nd Ave. Telephone 1178
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I-IE,D RISE TO TI-IE OCCASION
"You sit down on all my jokes," complained Henry.
"I wouldn't if they had a point to them," snapped Bobbie.
BAMA CASH GROCERY CC.
Phone 525 We Deliver
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CLOTHING AND ll 1' DRUID DRUG CO.
ACCESSORIES ll Across from
For ffvf Young M471 Druid City Hospital
Phone 491 Tuscaloosa
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Bill Echols: "You say if I stand on my head the blood will run to my
head and kill me. Wliy won't it run to my feet when I stand on them?"
Billy Jones: 'lYour feet aren't emptyf'
SPRADLEY CYCLE COMPANY
GENERAL REPAIRING-WE USE NEW PARTS
U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
2319 Seventh Street
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L as 9 EoE ELEVEN YEARS
- THE BEST PLACE
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Womens and Childrens Apparel
Linens, Fabrics, Bedding
Cosmetics, Luggage, Hosiery
LQUIS WIESEL, Inc.
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Preserve Your Ideas I I C. W. LEWIS
I I FURNITURE CQ.
Keep your ideals paramount! It pays A
in the battle of life! 34 Years of Dependable Service 111
' HOME FURNISHINGS
Faith in the ideal of quality has cn-
ahled this institution to grow for 38 TUSCHIOOS-47 Ala-
years. It has paid us because now more
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than ever people lcnow that any product f:::"::' :::
hearing the Hardin name is paramount
in quality and deliciousnessl
y Greensboro Road
HARDIN S BAKERY 1: I
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A TUSCALOOSA INSTITUTION I AH Cream ICC C'ed"1
RoR ss YEARS I lg DAIRY PRODUCTS
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TUSCALOOSA PRINTING CO.
COMMERCIAL PRINTERS AND STATIONERS
W. R. Browning and Everette L. Tucker
2205 Sixth Street Phone Ill
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Flowvers "There,s a small 20-foot elm in the
Ip I, south grounds planted by Theodore
Roosevelt. They say he got the acorn
I: :I from a tree IH Russia, which grew from
4 'I I an acorn sent there from Mount Vernon.
THE HIGHEST I, I, -The Times.
QUALITY AND STYLE You can,t heat those Roosevelts.
Phone 2312 1009 University I I -BW?
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GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
OLDSMOBILES SALES AND SERVICE
phone 984 2028 Sixth Street
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Your Patronage will be appreciated
Call on us whenever Cash is needed
307-309 First National Bank Biulding
TATUIVI DRUG CO.
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There are two insults which no hu-
man being will endure: the assertion
that he hasn,t a sense of humor, and
the doubly impertinent assertion that
he has never lcnown trouble.-Sinclair
Lewis, "Main Street."
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M. L. COLEY
FANCY GRocER1Es AND MEATS
Phone 1070 1301 Queen City Ave.
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PRIDE ICE CREAM
SWEET CREAM BUTTER
GRADE "AU PASTEURIZED MILK
Protected with Seal-Kaps
PERRY CREAMERY COMPANY, Inc.
FOR LATEST POPULAR SHEET
MUSIC AND TEACHERS' MUSIC
See the New
PIANETTES AND MUSETTES
fNew Style Pianos, 4
Stewart-Wfarner Radios and Electrical
Raiford Stores, Inc.
Richard Halliburton, author of "The
Royal Road to Romance" and other tra-
vel books, has written "Richard Halli-
burton's Boolc of lVlarvels", which his
publisher, Bobbs Merrill, describes as
his "first book for juvenilesf,-The
Answer: Somebody's lost count.
BROVVN'S DOLLAR STORE
2329 BROAD STREET TELEPHONE 532
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Duckworth-Morris Insurance Agency
Telephone 138 Tuscaloosa, Ala.
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CANTY'S il fl
'Wrecker Service janet lVlc,lVIahon: "Nobody loves me
:I anymore. Im going out, clig worms, eat
GA? SND OIL 'em and die a miserable death."
T RAGE 1,1,
Uptown Station-2404 Broad Street, Emily Searcy: "Eat 21 frizzly one
phone 1088 1: and he tickled to clenthf,
University Station-1312 University iBW'-'
Avenue. Phone 861
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FIRST NATIONAL SERVICES INCLUDE
THE FOLLOWING FACILITIES:
Safe Deposit Boxes
lwember of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Tuzlcaloosa, Alabama
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THE LITERARY VETERAN
The yearls sensational success was
"Gone with the Wind,,, by Margaret
Mitchell, a Southern belle before, dur-
ing, and after the Civil War.
FOR SCHOOL JEWELRY
FINCHER 85 OZMENT
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THE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK FOR THIS ANNUAL
WAS DONE BY
DEAL LUIVIBER CO.
A lecture is the process by which the
notes of the professor become the notes
of the student, without passing through
the minds of either.-Prof. Rathbun,
Law, Stanford University.
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H. gl W. DRUG CO.
King of Motor Fuel
WOCO PEP CO, OF TUSCALOOSA
. ' 9 I 'i GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED AND
A GOQD FOR-LIFE, RAW DAIRY PRODUCTS
5g Qualify f1,1 If same Always
EE Phone 13
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The young lady was shopping for delicacies. "Is that the head cheese
over there?,' she asked.
"No, ma'am,,' replied the clerk, "the hoss ain't inf'
Fancy Meats and Groceries
AVERY'S FOOD STORE
2318 Sixth Street Phone 72
MCLANE SECRETARIAL SCHOOL
212-13-I4-I5-I6 Masonic Building
NVE OFFER STANDARD BUSINESS COURSES AND
SPECIALIZE IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING
SCI-IOLARSHIPS OR MONTHLY RATES
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SEARS SPORTING EQUIPMENT
Sears, Roebuck and Co..
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WARD,S ig lg
Invites you to vist them in their Karl Bruder fin classj: "Wl1at are
NEW HIQIOME ylou cjoing over there? Learning any-
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NICLESTER CORNER -I k Mill l UO: t ln h
We hope that you will like our new :1 :1 ac S' 1, no' JUS lstenmg
quarters 1: I0 you."
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WARD DRUG CO. 1I 1
Established 1905 :1
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PORTRAITS SZOM 23rCl Avenue ENLARGEMENTS
Over Crane Gro
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
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Patient: "Is my mouth open wide 1:
Dentist: "Oh yes, Madallll I have fl'
decidecl to stand on the outside while
pulling your teethf, :
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HUTCHINS EROS. l 1'
"HOME OF FANCY
WESTERN MEATSU : :I
1305 Eighth Sf. Phone 238 :I :I
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Did You Mention Eats?
Thick Sizzling Steaks
Dainty Fruit Plates
These will delight you at the
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"Say It Wilfv Flowers"
TUSCALOOSA FLOWER SHOP
Mrs. M. Rogers, Proprietor
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Day Phone 712 Tuscaloosa Night Phone 425
Boy: "I want some winter under-
SERVICE STATION 1:11 wearf'
WOCO-PEP PRODUCTS 3+ Salesman: 'QI-Iow long?"
GOODYEAR TIRES Boy: "I-Iow long? I C1on't Want to
U DRIVE-ITS, rent themg I want to buy them."
2202 Broad Street Ig .1
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CARTER'S GROCERY AND MARKET
PHONE YOUR ORDERS WE DELIVER
2308 7th Street
CITY NATIONAL BANK
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MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE
Oldest Bank in Alabama
Travel by Bus
Daily Schedules Between Mobile and
Florence via Tuscaloosa
Sam Darden: "I don't know the
meaning of fear."
Marion Rogers: "Well, I wou1dn't
let a little word lilce tliat stump meg
loolc it up in the dictionaryf'
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WEATHERFORD PRINTING COMPANY
2114-18 Broad Street
NO. 1 AND 2
"GOOD THINGS TO EATA'
OR LISTENING TO AMOS AN, ANDY
"Doctor, how are my cl1ar1ces?', asked Millie anxiously on coming out
from under Sfllef.
"Oh, pretty goodf' replied the doctor cheerfully, "but I wouldn't start
reading any continued stories."
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707 Greensboro Ave.
Tuscaloosafs only exclusive
2219 Stix Street
J. F. Newton, Owner
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DRUG COMPANY :gg FURNITURE CO. I
EASTMAN'S KODAKS :E :E I
DRUGS I I 2 Doors west of Post Offlce lf
TOILETRIES gf gl :I
Phone H0 2315 Broad Street COMPLETE IQIGME FURNITURE
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First Boy: "They laughed when I
sat down at the pianof, ml 1:
S and B n NWI W 1:12 FURNITURE
ef OV' 'Y' :I 1: CLOTHING :I
First Boy: 'QI had forgotten the stOOl.', RADIOS
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CAIN'S MACHINE SHOP I:
MANUFACTURERS AND REPAIRS 1:
Phone 5 2
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PIZITZ fl ll COMPLAINS BULLET JUST tl
151: MISSED HIM .1
GSTYLES OF TODAY 'g I: l
I -Headline in the Escondido fCalif.l
WITH A TQUCH Times-Advocate.
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OF TOMORROW" 221: :E
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Powe s Brown ,Rf Shoe Store 3:
BUSTER BROWN AND BROWN BILT :1
SHOES SHOES I:
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FOR YOUR SPORTING GOODS
Come to the
SEWELL HARDWARE COMPANY
Here You,ll Find
BASKETBALL, SOFT BALL, FOOTBALL,
SEVVELL HARDWARE COMPANY
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Deg Inspector: uDoes your dog have X' Underwood
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Boy: l'Yes, sir. l-lels just coverecl T T
with tl'lEITl.,, TTT phone 611
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1:5 Kyle Ofnce Supply Co.
OWEN MEREDITH 82 SONS
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT-MORTGAGE LOANS-
2212 Broad Street
Student: "Mother, is it true that
CC1'1'1p1l1'1'1G1'1tS Of sheep are the dumbest animals?"
:E Motlmer fabsent-minclecllyj: "Yes, my
THE SMOKE HOUSE ft fl rm
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Phone 1413 ji 31
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Barnes Sz Norris Gin CSL Warehouse Company
Have the Latest Approved Gin in Tuscaloosa County
WE BUY YOUR SEED COTTON AND COTTON SEED
On the North Bank of the Black Warrior River
EYE PI-IYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED WITH
SPEED AND ACCURACY
Note: If you do not know an eye physician we will gladly supply a list
OPTICAL SERVICE COMPANY
I-I. L. Swain, Prescription-Optician 1VIcLester Hotel Building
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MARSHALL, JORDAN SL KEITH
WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRODUCE
Bell Phones 152-153 2500-2302 Fourth Street
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I 1+ SOMEBODY'S LosT COUNT
I . :I :1 Dear Voice of Experience:
R,1VQI'V1GXN'-ChaIHbeI'S 1: I would like to know if there is
1: 4: money buried in front of the kitchen
CQQLI CO, :1 :I door on the land I sold. There were
1: large rocks where I think the money
J. M- Wesley, Manager is. I had the rocks removed, but I have
I: l: never dug to see if the money IS there.
HIGH GRADE RED ASH COAL Ii I: ,, . M1 Og,
1, 1, Letter to the Voice of Experience ,
2215 8th Street phone 291 ll in the Brockton fMass.j Enterprise.
11 :I Answer: "I-low did you ever get up
1: li enough energy to write a letter?
SKELTON'S GUN Sz KEY SHOP
AUTO GLIDE SALES AND SERVICE
2321 Seventh Street Tuscaloosa
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Walter Dafhn: "You've got more money
Q'Hog,' Suther: I'l"Ial Hal I,m broke."
Walter Daffm: "That's what I know.
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ll We are now located in the new
Compliments of gi CITY HALL BUILDING
5: Visit Our New and Modern
DUGINS DRUG STORE
1' Curb Service For You
SHOE STORE I: Phone 107
I Davis-Leach Drug Co.
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WE SPECIALIZE IN GOOD THINGS TO EAT
OUR STORE IS AS CLOSE AS YOUR PHONE
MACKEY GROCERY COMPANY
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FLATTERING TI-IE JUDGE
"A, D., the jury finds you guiltyf' announced the judge.
"What have you to say?',
"Oh, that's all right, Judgef' I know you,re too intelligent to he influenced
hy what they sayf'
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ICE CREAM ? ? fl :I
I :C GATES 85 COMPANY
OPEN ALL NIGHT 1: 5:
II I CLEANERS AND DYERS
Pure Process Ice Makers 1: 1: Phone 13 40
Bottom of River Hill I
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FOR A GENERATION
Our Policy Assures You
Utmost Value for Your
506 Greensboro Avenue
Christian Sz Son
for Economical Transportation
SALES AND SERVICE
2001-6:11 St. 767-Phones--268
fTwo fathers discussing their sons,
First Father: "My boy, James, is so
lazy he wants to open an ice factory in
Second Father: "Wl1y, man, Harry
is so lazy, he'cl like to get a job as lnoolc-
keeper for your sonf'
just to Remind You,
That We Waxit Your Printing
It Will Pay You to Telephone 15
School and Commercial Printing
2323 Seventh St. Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Jimmy Vail: "Thatls a poor blade youlve got on your safety razor, Ernest."
Ernest Girlinghouse: "Well, it was good enough for my father, and it's
good enough for me '
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FINE DIAMONDS UP-TO-DATE PANCAKE
ll I'Can you tell me what a waffle is,
Rgajmmblg P3565 tDummy'? aslcecl Miss McLeod.
ll "Yes'm, it,s a pancake with a non-
gz E sl-:id treaclf, replied "Dummy"
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ROGERS PLUMBING AND HEATING GO.
2127 8th Street
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
Day 507 Phone Night 2337
Sister: "XVl1y you little insect, you THE PAUSE THAT REFRESI-IES
know what I'd lilce to do to you?"
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Little Brother: :'Yea, I lcnow. But l. ,Q 1 1 -
you ca11't, 'cause I've hidden the Flin"
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For Clean, White Shirts
For Well Pressed Skirts
For Quality Dry Cleaning
Phone 2202 423-27University Ave.
T. H. S. SKWEATER EMBLEMS 25c
UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE
781 Phone 2469
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ELKS OIL COMPANY I1 11
li "Wl1at do you thinlc of our staclium?,'
SUPER SHELL GASOLINE 1: If asked Jack-
11 "It is certainly wonderfulf, said Dot,
AND "and now I would like to go through
GOLDEN SHELL MOTOR OILS the curriculurrt. They say you have a
1, 1, fine one here.
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POPULAR PRICED READY-TO-WEAR AND SHOES
FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
RAYlVION'S DEPARTMENT STORE
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TUSCALOOSAIS MOST COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SHOP
We have a Complete Motor Tune Up Department
404 Greensboro Avenue
Bridgers Lumber, Building Material Co.
QUALITY PLUS SUDDEN SERVICE
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BOOK STORE AND GIFT SHOP WHOLESALE GROCERS
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517-19 Twenty-third Avenue Phones 364-341
Dear Miss Blake: My friend aslcs
up. Am I hurting his feelings?
Silly! Of course not!
me out ancl I agree, but I never show
answer column in the Daily News.
THE BATTERY SHOP
"Double Check Serviceu
2327 7th Street
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Near A. G. S. Depot
Buy All Kinds
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Girl: "I have an idea.',
Boy: "Be good to it, because it,s in a strange place."
jack Sharman: "The doctor says he will remove my appendix for Sl200.,'
Julia Perkins: "Oh, Jack, I'd much rather have a new car.',
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AUSTIN MOTOR COMPANY
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Boy: 'QI put my whole mind in this
Girl: UI see it's in blank verse
Girl: "Where,d all these grapes
,round here come from?,'
Rufus Deal: 'QThem's not grapes,
2216 Broad Street S04 Phon
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Wm. B. MCGIFFERT
WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRoDUCE
2300 4th Street
SOUTH SIDE DRUG COMPANY
2204 Greensboro Avenue
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KELVINATOR SALES AND SERVICE
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING AND GENERAL REPAIRS
Qffice Phone 1366 Night 3038-J or 2675-W
2119 Broad Street
ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY
WHAT DID SHE MEAN?
"I tore up the sonnet I wrote 1ast week," said jack.
"Tore it up," exc1aimed his source of inspiration, "Why, that was the
best thing you ever did!"
STATIONERS FOR YOUR SENIOR CLASS
WEDDING INVITATIONS CALLING CARDS DANCE BIDS
BIRMINGHAM ENGRAVING CO., Inc.
Across from Redmont 1-1ote1 Birmingham, Alabama
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Mary Lamont: "Yes, when I came
out, the audience sat there open-mouth-
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jimmy Williams: "Oh, nonsense,
they never yawn all at oncef' 1+ 1'
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-Bwi O. K. Barber Shop
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1: 1V1c1.ester Barber Shop
SOUTHQS Broadway Barber Shop
O Co11ins Barber Shop
M ST Kir1c,s Barber Shop
MODERN 1: 1'Iamby's Barber Shop
BEAUTY " ' .
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THE SHAMROCK " " -
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Free Billiard Lessons 605 22nd Ave' Phone 289
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MAYBE I-IIS SHOES SQUEAK
The prospective tenant was undergoing a catechism at the hands of the
"Have you any children?" he was asked.
"Any dog, cat, or canary bird?,'
"Piano, loud speaker or phonograph'?,'
"No,,' replied the prospective tenant timidly, ubut I have a fountain pen
that scratches a littlef'
"When does a book become a classic?" asked Mrs. Thames.
, "When people who haven't read it begin to say they have," replied janet
EXCLUSIVE WOMENIS APPAREL
2309 Broad Street Tuscaloosa, Alabama
A PER LUMBER CO. " "
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WHCLESALE BEAUTY SHOPPE
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1: Located on 6th Floor of First National
1: Bank Building
Phone 755 Northport For Appointment Phone 1013
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