Unicoi County High School - Nolichucky Yearbook (Erwin, TN)

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We have not tried to make it the most expensive nor the most imposing annual ever edited, but just to help the students in aftervyears to smile and sigh over the ups and downs of the year 1925. Page Four VOLUME IH "WW BooK Une 'facultj r11xdSTa.ff Boo!! Two Classes B oo K Tfmee Features etc. BOOK 'Four Clubs BooIKFwe Athletncs N Glibe mnlicbuckp 'v 1 'lfb 1 " 17 'll' dl HI' mn. il 1 I, , ' 'W' ,nfl I ' ,ul'4' huh 'I Ml' K , ,xv ' r A-HY' U ' k . X X x J ' Y N Ghz .mnlirburkp 4' Unicoi County Board of Education Hon. N. T. Tucker, Chairman C. A. McCanless, County Superintendent C. H. Ervin G. H. Ingram E. B. Sams Alvin Tipton E. E. Briggs P. W. Emmert Page S 5595! 1 ? Q 4 si . A V' Page Seven 611132 Iilulicbuckp Dedication To the Kiwanis Club and the Parent-Teachers Asso- ciation of Erwin, who. by their noble sacrificing efforts and attempts to secure high standards of education, have rendered available thc remarkable facilities for instruction that we enjoy. we do hereby dedicate this third volume of the Nolichucky. .GEL Ghz mnlicbuskp Faculty Prof. Carl T. Vance Vanderbilt University A. B., Carson-Newman M. A., Peabody University Principal of High School Superintendent of all City Schools Prof. H. T. Higgins Ohio State University University of Michigan A. B., B. S., Carson-Newman Coach and Physical Director History Prof. O. M. Drinnen A. B., Carson-Newman Mathematics, Latin and Agriculture Associate Principal Mrs. Roy Pangle Virginia Intermont ' A. B., G. M., Carson-Newman Mathematics Page Eight the mulicbuckp 1 Page Nine V . Faculty Miss Maude Cox Oakland Seminary East Tennessee State Normal Miss Anne Bogle Stonewall Jackson College A. B., University of Tennessee Science Home Economics Miss Grace Wattenbarger University of Virginia Maryville College A. B., Hood College English Miss Louise Carotllers Miss Mary Keefauver B. M., Winthrop College B. S., Milligan College Student Beriemen La-Forge Studio Latin and French New York City Piano Erbs mulicbunkp Nolichucky Staff of 1925 Editor-in-Chief Harry L. Baughman Associate Editor Elizabeth D. Moss Circulation Manager M. Agnes Tucker Social Editor Ruth J. Sherwood Boys Sport Editor August L. Babel Art Editor Mildred R. Boyd Business Manager L. Meek Mauk Assistant Business Manager Carl R. Harrison Girls Sport Editor Clara A. Bower Joke Editor Roxie Masters Assistant Joke Editor Wade B. Dennis Faculty Advisor Miss Grace Wattenbarger E Page Ten Page El fltbe Jfinlicbuckp K Ghz mulicburkp IN MEMORY of Lenace Lillian Blzmkeusllip a member of the Senior Class Died March 18, 1925 Ghz mulicbuckp Ghz Jfiulirburkp The Senior Class of 1925 Harry Dean Shull ........ ............... ...... P r esident Ruth Jacqueline Sherwood--- ---.-------- Vice-President Mayme Agnes Tucker ---- CLASS COLORS Crimson and VVhite CLASS FLOVVER VVhite Rose MOTTO i'Out of Scllool Life into Life's Sclloolu ----Secretary and Treasurer Page Fourteen HARRY DEAN SHI'I,l, "Little Shull" Football, '22, '23, '24-5 Basketball, '22, '23, '24-, '25, Captain llasketball, '25, Baseball, '22, '23, '24-, '25, President Senior Class, Secretary Class, '23, I.ettermen's Club, Orchestra, '25. "He's full of life, he's full of fun, There can't he many, NVe doubt if there is any, VVho can beat this one." RL"I'IAI .IACQUELINE SHERWOUD "Ruth J acquelineu Vice-President Senior Class, Social Editor Noliehueky III, President Booster Club, '25, Glee Club, '25, "Not too sober, not too gay, But a sweet true girl in every way." IVIAYME AGNES TUCKEIL ssAgvv Treasurer Class '24-3 Secretary and Treasurer Senior Class, Circulating Manager Nolichueky III, Glee Club, Booster Club, Debating Team, Dramatic Club. "A smile of sunshine, A heart of gold, A cure for the blues Let us behold." Page Fifteen iltbe mulicbuckp fthe mnlinbuckp VVILLIAM .CECIL BARRON l6Calp7l Football, '22, '23, '24-, Captain Football, '22, '24, Basketball, '22, '23, '24, '25, Baseball, '22, '23, '24, '25, Secretary Class, '22, Orchestra, '25, Letterinen's Club, Band, '25. "He does not his work by halves." HARRY L. BAUGHMAN "Boughm" Football, '22, '24-, Manager Football, '23, Basketball, '22, '23, '24-, '25, Baseball, '23, '24, '25, Debating Team, President Freshman Class, Vice President Class '23, Athletic Edi- tor Nolichucky II, Vice-President Class, '24-g President Athletic Association, '23, Lettermen's Club, Editor-in-chief Nolichucky III, Dra- matic Club. "Well, its Baughnian nevertheless, Full of business, pleasure, which makes success." AUGUST L. BABEL ilBabe77 Football, '24-, Basketball, '25, Baseball, '25, I.ettermen's Club, Dramatic Club, Sport Edi- tor Nolichucky III. "Be a. man first, Then you can be a gentleman at your leisure." Page Sixteen MILDRED REBECCA BOYD t6Mid99 Basketball, '22, '23, '24, '25g Booster Club, Glee Clubg Secretary Class, '24-9 President Class, '23, Captain Basketball, '23, '24-5 Art Editor Nolichucky IIIg Debating Teamg Dra- matic Club. "An ideal girl I'm sure we've met- A kind of a friend your lucky to get." ERNEST BASIL CACY 56Baz!! Football, '22, '23, '24, Lettermen's Club. "Baz is a jolly good sportg Rather tease than get a good report." CLARA AUGUSTA BOWER Sfclaryli Glee Club, '23, '25g Manager Basketball fgirlsj '25g Sport Editor Qgirlsjg Nolichucky III, Debating Teamg Dramatic Club. "D0n't worry over troubleg It has never broke a date yet." J it wif' Page Seventeen ' o Qlibz Jmlicbuckp ,J iltbe mnlinbunkp .wr-fr-w'H"'-W' 'f Y -f v' - Y .. A CLAIRE D. COPELAND 6tGus7! Football, '24-g Basketball, '25, Baseball, '25, I,etter1nen's Club. "The questions were asked, 'VVho shot that goal? VVho made that touchdown? And we all turned to Gus." VVADE BALLARD DENNIS UI-lick!! Football, '22, '23, '24-g Basketball, '23, '24-, '25g Baseball, '22, '23, '24-, '25, Dramatic Club, De- bating Team, Lettermen's Club, Assistant Joke Editor Nolichucky III. "One who never turns his back, But marches breast forward." HASKETT H. DUNCAN "Housecat" Debating Team, '25, Dramatic Club. "If work interferes with pleasure, Cut the work." .. H Page Eighteen MABEL HAWKINS "Just Mabel" "A girl whose heart is in her work A pleasure is to know." CARL R USSELL HARRISON ulinyss Football. '22, '23, '24-3 Baseball, '22, '23, '24-, '25, Captain Baseball, '24-, '25g Lettermen's Clubg Vice-President Class, '22, President Junior Classg Assistant Business Manager Nolichucky III. "VVork? VVhat's VVork? VVhere have I heard that word before?" ETHYL GRESHAM FAGAN 4nGriS!7 Glee Club, '22, '25, Secretary Booster Club, Dramatic Club. "For they love her just the same, Be she wild, or be she tamef' Page Nineteen Uribe mulicbuckp the Jlinlicbuckp HERMAN KENNEDY "Ahern-that is -er-I d0n't know." "Ability and common sense lead To certain success." HOXIE MASTERS "R0xie Q." Joke Editor Nolichucky III, Debating Team, 'Zig Booster Club. And I laugh-e-ed- K'Tho we search the works of poets, Nothing truer could we say To more exactly fit the person, For Roxie's just that way." THEODORE MASTERS Sisid!! President Sophomore Classg Captain Debat- ing Teamg Cheer Leader, '24g Dramatic Club. Life is short, death will come, Go to it, boys, while you're young." Page Twenty FRED LOCKVVOOD MILLER CCJ0!1nny!Y Baseball, '22, '23, '24-, '25g Lettermclfs Clubg Cheer Leader, '23. "All his faults are such One likes him still better for them." ELIZABETH DRAYTON MOSS HLiz9! Cheer Leader, '24-, '25g Associate Editor Nolichucky IIIg Booster Clubg Glee Clubg De- bating Teamg Dramatic Club. "A world of fun and the life of her chun1s." LOYD MEEK MAUK S6Runt!9 Manager Athletics '24-'25g Business Manager Nolichucky IIIg Debating Teamg Dramatic Clubg Validictorian. "Drink not too deeply at the fountain of knowledge, Lest ye strangle." Page Twenty-one the molicbuckp the mulinzbuckp JAUNITA BLANCHE PARDUE "Blancheocious" Vice-President Booster Clubg Glee Club. "There is a gift, beyond the reach of art, Of being eloquently silent." HAMMOND TYLER PENNEY SKI-I-ani!! Treasurer Class, '22g Secretary Class, '23. "To hurry and worry is not my creedg Things will happen, so what's the need." J ANIE PARKER "Janie Bo" SALUTATORIAN "Charm strikes the sigh, But merit wins the soul." Page Twenty -two EDGAR WEAVER MPa!! Football, '22, '23, '24-5 Basketball, '24g Base- 7 ball, '25g President Debating Team, 25g Let termen's Club. "The force of his own merit Makes his way." CARRIE ROBERSON ilxfiiluti! Treasurer Booster Clubg Glee Club, '25. "What is more useful than silence- It never betrays you." ARTHUR CLARENCE SHERVVOOD "Preacher" "Young in years, but old in experience- That's Clarence." Page Twenty-three iltbe mnlicbuskp 5' dlibz Jmlicbuckp EARL SMITH "Farmer" Football Squad, '24-5 Gir1's Basketball Coach. "Everything is of service, To the one who knows how to use the tool." ROBERTA RENFRO uB0bn "She is gentle, she is shy, But there is mischief in her eye." RALPH LYLE WILLIAMS "Skinner" "Pd rather work when I want to, Than be bossed by someone else." Page Twenty Jour the Jrinlicbuskp Senior Class History Having been chosen as historian of this class of 1924--25, I shall endeavor to give you the true facts about this valiant crew, who four years ago embarked upon the stormy voyage of life, on the ship Destiny, with the flag of black and gold flying from the mast-head. On September 2, 1921, forty five members enrolled as the crew on the ship Destiny, bound for the port Fate, on the rough and troublesome sea of Knowledge. The ship of Destiny, because that is the only ship on which you may travel on the sea of Knowledge, the port Fate, because that is the only port to which this ship sails, the rough and troublesome sea of Knowledge, because that is the only route travel to the port to which our ship is bound. Our voyages have been beset by many obstacles and dangers. We left out of port with Admiral Eutsler in command of the fleet, with Captain Harry Baughman in command of the valiant crew, First Mate Carl Harrison and officer of the Day, Hammond Penney. With this staff of officers the ship Destiny sailed out upon the first voyage, bound for the port of Realization. On a bright and sunny morning in May our ship made the port of Realization. At this port we unloaded our cargo of carelessness and thoughtlessness and took on a cargo of hard work. There ten members of the crew found some other vocation in life and three were married. This left us with a shortage in the crew for the voyage just ahead and no new members were signed on. On August 18, 1922, the ship of Destiny sailed out of the port of Realization, bound for the port of Determination, under the same Admiral but with a change in the ships officers. Captain Theodore Masters was in command of the crew, with First Mate Mildred Boyd, and Officer of the Day, Cecil Barron. This voyage was the most dangerous of all with the cargo of hard work and a shortage in the crew. Enroute we passed the Island of the Cyclops, the Island of the Fiery Dragons, and last of all the Island inhabited by the Sirens. In passing the Island inhabited by the Cyclops and the Fiery Dragons, we had many difficulties and hardships to keep our ship off the rocks. And in passing the Island of the Sirens, many of our crew listened to the beckoning voices of the Sirens and were almost induced to dessert the ship for the joys and pleasures of life. But in the end good judgment overruled and the good ship Destiny sailed on into the port of Determination. Here we lay for a short period of time recoaling and supplying the ship. While in port we lost three more members of the crew, but signed on four new ones. And on September 4, 1923, we set sail again, with Admiral Eutsler still in command, but another change in the ship's officers. The ship's officers were Cap- tain Carl Harrison, First Mate Harry Baughman and Officer of the Day Mildred Boyd. This voyage was almost uneventful. Our ship sailed on through the sea of Knowledge, through the peaceful calm to the much longed for and looked to port of Happiness. We spent a very short but pleasant stay in the port of Happiness, because we were very eager to start on our long and tedious journey. After recoal- Page Twenty-five ' dtbz mnlicbuckp Senior Class History QContinuedj ing and supplying our good ship, we were grieved to learn of the calling of five members of the crew to other vocations in life, but indeed glad to know that three new members had signed on to help steer our ship to the port of Fate. On August 25, 19244, we sailed out of tl1e port Happiness, bound for the port Fate, with achievement added to our cargo of hard work. We learned that Admiral Eutsler had been relieved by Admiral Vance. And again we had new ship officers. Captain Harry Shull was given command of the crew with First Mate Ruth Sher- wood and Officer of the Day Agnes Tucker. This part of the journey had its many hardships, sorrows and joys. Our crew was small, our cargo was heavy, and many storms overtook us. This caused many hardships on every member of the crew. Our sorrows were great because two of our crew were left on the half way point. One had chosen another vocation in life and one had listened to the call of the God- dess of Love. And we also learned of the death of the most valiant member of the crew, who had been unable to embark at the port Happiness bound for the port Fate. Our joys were many, because we had had the determination to carry on, and had enjoyed all the happiness of knowing that soon we would drop anchor in the port Fate. there to wait for our shin of Destinv to continue its voyage over the rough and troublesome sea of Knowledge to its final port of Life. And now, dear members of the class of 1924-25. as members of the crew of the ship Destiny, may you always be as true seamen in the future as you have been in the past, and we shall all meet in the final port of Life with happy hearts and a realization that we have given the best that was in us. - -Ed Weaver. Page Twenty six Page Twenty-seven r .ei Senior Class Song HAIL TO ERWIN H1 There is a banner made of gold and black, Waving in glory for defense and attackq Oh, how our hearts to the calls do respond- For Erwin Hi, Erwin Hi, Erwin to go on. As we're departing far from your halls, We'll e'er remember and heed to your calls. We'll e'er be true to you- VVe'll ever fight- Every son and daughter will fight for the right. Be strong, oh ye high school, Hold to your faith, Teach all the others to stay in the race. Make them proud of you, A Make them to see- Erwin Hi, Erwin Hi, why we love thee. CHORUS: Oh, Erwin high school, we love you, Oh, Erwin High School, we'l1 be true. We see the best in you- We love the worst in you- Oh, Erwin High School, we'l1 fight for you. -E. D. M. '25. the Jfinlinbuckp the Jrinlicbuckp The Charge Against Ignorance CDue apology to Tennysonj Through each year, through each year, Through each year onward, All in the Valley of Learning Passed a noble band. "Forward, you heroes brave! Stand your grounds P' he said: Into the Valley of Learning Passed this nohle band. "Forward, the noble band !" Was there a one dismay'd? Not tho, a laggard knew A wise one had blundered. Ours not to make reply Ours not to reason why Ours but to do and die: Into the Valley of Learning Passed this noble band. Education to the right of us, Education to the left of us, Education in front of us Volley'd and thunder'd Under heavy fire and shell, Boldly we passed and well Through the quakes of fear, Into the gloomy mere Passed this noble band. Flash'd our efforts do win, Flash'd our wits to din, Stirring the lazy there, Charging the brave to hear, while All the world wonder'd: Plunged in the battery-smoke Right through the line we broke, Doubt and ignorance Reel'd from our bold attack Shattefd and sunder'd. Then turned they back but not, Not this noble band. Wisdom to the right of them, Wisdom to the left of them, Wisdom behind them We flung and thundered: Stormed at with grit and will, While some gave up and fell, But we who fought so well Came through the stage of fear Back from the age of doubt, All that was left of us- Left of our noble band. When can our glory fade? Oh, the brave fight we made: All the world wonders. Honor the fight we made! Honor will ever be paid- Noble, noble band! -B. P. '25, Page Twenty-eight Ein Jrbnlicbuchp ,X , " 1 X'-V I? 'I ! ig, tg? J f -Ai-1 Q 3 fa' X - f , ' 7 viii ! ,Z -'?"l'ii --Q . J fi! I ' J I X X I, ff , ' + N rg l Eff: all- T4-X .AJ xxx XX X xg X -2--., Z ,f X, JZXNXOK Gbeifinlicbuckp Ghz mulichuckp Class of 1926 Raymond Meredith --- .... President Margaret Bolton --- .... Secretary Alberta Brown ....... Treasurer -------------- ----Viee-President James Fagan - Page Thirty-one CLASS COLORS Green and VVhite CLASS FLOWER White Rose MOTTO B2 1 Ein ifinlnbuckp Margaret Bolton Ethel Boyd Alberta Brown Estelle Burgess Elizabeth Cecil Leista Cox Rose Craddock Hazel Erwin Maggie Ford Roll of '26 Emma Lee Hendricksen Mary Hobbs Florence Howell Myrtle Ingram Iris Jones Gertrude Love Ruth Lowe- Elizabeth Mclnturf f Ruby Morley Alma Price, Kathleen Ryian Florence Shull Paulette Simpson 1 Opal Stallard .Janice Stubblefield 5 X 1 Q . , . Mamie Stultz Berta Tapp Gladys Webb Mildred Wing Robert Bailey Howard Barlow Fred Baughman Guy Buckner Lester Burleson Emerson Chandler Garnett Davis Maurice Duncan Dennis Erwin James Fagan Ray Griffith Herman Guinn Leon McIntyre Raymond Meredith Charles Phetteplace Tom Sams Joe Stultz Howard Tucker Eustace Womack Page Thiry-two Qtbe mulicbuckp 1 Jlf ff, ,I ff riff, f gf, M, if fL,X7' 5 f'W0f17O!?f 415132 mnlirburhp J 1 l ge Thirty Winston Barron Audrey Webb --- Clyde Epperson Frank Wohlford Page Thirty-five Class of 1927 CLASS COLORS Old Rose and Silver CLASS FLOWER Carnation MOTTO "Not at the top, but climbing" GDB fiulitbllt-hp ------ President Vice-P resident - -- - - Secretary -- - Treasurer dtbe Jrinlirbuckp Roll of '27 Walter Bailey Henry Bowman Carlos Belcher Cecil Banks Frederic Brandt Stanley Davis Claude Davis Clyde Epperson Chamberlain Hale Hubert Kinard James Ledford Harry Morgan Paul Morley Buster Norris Earl Ryburn Delmas Randolph Lovey Stallard Caldwell Quillen Worley VVilson Frank VVohlford Howard Wright Dorsey Chandler J. VV, Mitchell Pauline Brummett Gladys Garland Madelyn Bacon Lillian Bogart Josephine Bolton Beatrice Bowman Hazel Chapman Opal Cacy Wilsie Capps Ruth Cunningham Florence Davison J aunita Duncan Mildred Erwin Edith Foister J aunita Haynes Ruth Huskins Elizabeth Harrington Clarice Ingram Hazel Johnson Venie Lyle Fannie Mullins Merle Morelock Lucille Peters Irene Stultz Louise Scruggs Ruby Randolph Viola Roberson Audrey Webb Virginia Wohlford Page Thirty- six fthe Jmulicbuckp ,V ll E S IM B E ax ' JH-TTYW vfffr ' I - N , ' If gi' ,K 7-'WW 5 GN ,f 1' - j' 1 ' ,, ,YQQ 7 . if A ix 4 ' ' 1' 4, IQ K W f ' N X O 'lf Af" "'A Es .. x J 1- X 4 ,Q Q3 X141 ' N- 'Y yr g .. S 4 X 5 f i'f"257f-CQ, 4 pf- 'f' uf:-Igrfzfdx N Q, f j ly . iv is x X Mtg? nfg, , .4 rf ff xv' -X , 7 ., . 6, + N 0 Sffwyf 'J - Xi' A ,,'9' QU5 g Ph ty dtbe Jmulicbuckp Page Th Ferman McIntosh Lillian Love .... VVayne Price .... Page Thirty-nine Class of 1928 COLORS Purple and Gold FLOWER Violet MOTTO "Beyond the Alps lies Italy" dtbe mnlisbunky ------ President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer the ifinlicbuckp Roll of '28 Eva. Adkins Ersie Baker Louise Baker Virginia Beck Ivah Beaver Mae Blankenship Elizabeth Carr Edna Duncan Thelma Feathers Zula Garland Nettie Ford Leila Hobbs Lillian Hines Lillian Johnson Frances Jones Marie Jones Lorene Lewis Evah Leach Lucille Leonard Edith Leonard Mary Lewis Lillian Love Lucille Morgan Velva McIntosh Doris Peak Margaret Pickering Alice Simmons Gladys Smith Robert Woodward Francis Tucker Lucille Thompson Esther Willis J aunita White Mildred Vvilkerson Cora Garland Richard Barry William Bradshaw Hatler Bundy Roy Burrell Kyle Cacy William Chandler Ben Cheek Carl Epperson Otho Fox Ted Harrison Glester Harvey Vernon Hensley Lyle Henricksen Hunter Thomas H. M. Jones, Jr. Ferman McIntosh Wayne Price Herman Randolph Horrace Ryburn Harold Stanley Cecil Tinker Leon Williams Page Forty mg mul bu kg? X X ff xf N EM TWFAS Ghz mulisbunkp Backward Glances August 25-School begins. Green Freshies, Big-headed Sophs, Know-it-all Juniors, Dignified Seniors. Aug. 26-Classification and introduction of new teachers. Aug. 27-Down to work. Sept. 2-First holiday of the year. Sept. 13-Freshman outing-all report a good time. Sept. 22-Elect cheer leaders, learn school songs, prepare for a great foot- ball season. Sept. 27-Yellow Jackets sting Greeneville 74 and 0. Sept. 30-First meeting of Debating Club. Oct. 4-Yellow Jackets bow in defeat to Bristol- 13 to 0. Oct. 10-First lyceum. Shaw Concert Company. Oct. 14-Election of Senior Class Officers. Oct. 15-Senior Girls' frolic. Oct. 16-Erwin tucks another game under her conference pillow. We beat Morristown 21 to 0. Parade and Snake Dance for joy. Oct. 20-Lyceum. Tooli Opera Company. Splendid performance. Oct. 25-Lick Greeneville 418 to 0. Oct. '30-Teachers leave for Knoxville E. T. E. A. Oct. 31-Hallowe'en Carnival. Nov. 1-Erwin shows usual form, and whips Tennessee Hi 62 and 0. Nov. 1--Yellow Jackets leave in Mountaineer garb for Emory. Lick 'em 42 and 0. Nov. 7-Lyceum. Knox Duo. Nov. ll-Armistice Day. Half holiday. Much glee! I ' Nov. 15-Erwin in a sea of mud, plows through Jefferson Cit'y's line to the tune of 33 and 6. Nov. 16-Football Sermon at Presbyterian Church. Nov. 17-Junior and Senior girls organize Glee Club with Miss Caruthers as director. Nov. 26-The Sensation of the Season-Erwin swamps Johnson City 20 to 0. Street Parade! Nov. 26-Captain Hancock and McKinley conduct chapel. Dec. 3-Football Team goes to Knoxville. Dec. 4-Beat Central Hi 14 to 0. Champions of the State!!! Snake Dance in honor of the Champions. Dec. 4-Lyceum. Lombard Entertainers. Dec. 5-Booster Club organizes, composed of Senior girls and their adopted Junior sisters. . Page Forty-two Dec Dec Dec Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec Dec Dec Dec. Dec Jan. Ghz ifinlichuskp 6-Election of Booster Club Officers. 9-Kiwanis representatives from Johnson City present Kiwanis trophy. 9-Rev. Franklin entertains the Football Champs. 12-Booster Club entertains Football Champs. 15-Seniors wear their rings! 16-Champs entertained by Kiwanis Club. 18 and 19-First Semester exams. Seniors wear long faces. 20-Out for Christmas holidays. 25-Santa Claus!! "Shi Some freshie might hear l" .29-Cupid's dart proves fatal to one of our Senior girls. 31-Lyceum number by the American Glee Club. ' 29-Back to school. 2-Basketball season starts. Boys beat Sulphur Springs 46 to 10. Girls beat Washington College 15 to 9. Jan. 9-Game with Bristol, Tenn., 22 and 16 in our favor. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb 10-Boys beat Elizabethton 34- to 3. 15-Sweet Revenge! Beat Bristol fVa.j 25 to 18. 16-Bristol fTenn.j beat us 30 to 29. 24-Basketball teams entertained by Booster Club. March 3-Farewell party for Coach Smith given by Basketball girls. March 3-Football boys get their sweaters. Football sweaters-yellow! March 4--Coach Smith, who led our girls' team through a successful season, leaves for home. - March 4-East Tennessee Basketball Tournament begins. Yellow Jackets de- part. March 6-Seniors entertained at Tusculum. March 8-Boys beaten just before the finals by Lenoir City. March 10-A recital given by Miss Carothers' music pupils and Glee Club. March 12-Rev. Pierce and Mr. Moreman, conduct chapel. March 12-Mr. Rufus Holder, speaker in chapel. Interesting talk. March 12-Sermon at Methodist church for High School students and teachers. March 19-Sadness spreads its blanket over the school because of the death of one of our most efficient students, Lenace Blankenship. School closes and goes to the funeral. March 21-Senior play: "Looks like Rain." Big hit! April 2-Junior-Senior Banquet at Hotel Erwin. ' Page Forty-three -Ruth Sherwood. -the mnlicbuckp What Would Happen If- 1. Johnny Miller studied. 2. Sid should stop using sarcasm. 3. Opal should stop talking. 4. Prof. Vance rung the bell on time. 5. Freshmen should quit vamping senior boys. 6. Carrie didn't sleep. 7. Skinner should get a D. 8. Ag didn't have chewing gum. 9. Blanche talked loud. 10. Herman got mad at his girl. 11. Coach checked out. 12. Harry Braughman lost his pipe. 13. Ruth wasn't primping. 14. Ethyl wasn't vamping. 15. "Tubby" Boyd should get thin. 16. Fred Braughman had a girl. 17. Sophomores studied. 18. Miss Carothers didn't play "Washington and Lee Swing." 19. Jo Bolton wasn't seen on the street. 20. Roxie wasn't springing a joke. 21. Ed didn't hand somebody a "line," 22. Keefauver didn't "rap', on the Virgil class. 23. Miss Bogle stopped courting. 24. Meek didn't worry about the Annual . 25. Janie didn't have up her lessons. 26. Wade didn't bluff the teacher. 27. Cecil should wear a shirt to school. 28. We sang a new "song in chapel." 29. Emma Lee attended a social affair. 30. Liz didn't practice her orchestra. 31. Mildred Boyd's car ran. 32. Preacher got fired. Chuhj. 33. Coach should stop fussing at "Gert" 34. Miss Wattenbarger walked slow. 35. Clara agreed? Page Forty-four Page Forty-five the Jmnlicbuckp Across the Field Fight that team across the field, Show them old Erwin's here, Set the earth reverberating, with a mighty cheer, Rah! Rah! Rah! Hit them hard and see how they fallg Never let that team get the ball. Hail, Hail, the gang's all here, So let's win this old game now! Wahoo! Wahoo! for old Erwin. Erwinx Battle Cry Drive, Drive on down the field, Men of the black and gold! Don't let them through that line- We have to win this game today. Come on, old Erwin, Smash through to victory- We cheer you as you go- Our honor defend, so we will fight to the end For old Erwin. Qtbz Jrbulicbuckp Popular Song Hits "A Smile will go a Long, Long Way"-with teachers. "I Wonder What's Become of Sally"-she's always late for class. "Sweet Little You"-O, you passing grade. "Let Me Be the First to Kiss You Good Morning and The Last to Kiss You Goodnightn-Some Senior getting moon struck. "All alone"-That miserable feeling when you are the only Senior staying in. "Please Let Me Call You Sweetheart"-Some Freshman who hasn't learned the cave man stunt. "Too Tired"-The reason so many of us flunk. "Who's Sorry Now"-After the final grades come out. "Honest and Truly"-I intended to study that lesson. "Memory Lane"--Where graduates store their knowledge. "Tessie Stop Teasingn-Some bright Soph who has just fallen. "How Do You Do Everybody"-When a visiting minister addresses the school. ' Page Forty-six C1'oss-w'o1'd Puzzle Ghz mnlinbunkp I the mnlirbuchp l. 6 ll 15 23 25 30 37 4141 448 56 60 63 68 72 77 83 90 92 96 103 117 Horizontal In Erwin's 145 pounds of greased lightning. Clerks in A. R. Brown's Store. All the men in our class are..imen. What we give all our plays for. CAbbr.j Vice-President Qinitialsj V Coach's nickname for our Irish Center. The call-boy's initials. Wllat a certain Junior girl is forever yelling. A Senior Girl's initials. The Grumbler. Our artist. Our class joker. Can he hand a line-well I should say! Ca nicknamej. What rings every forty minutes. Class President. The Pride of tl1e Clinchfield Route. Our left tackle. Ralph Augustus finitialsj. One of our students who has fallen before Cupid's Darts. finitialsj. He who led our football team. fAbbr.j Girls! If you are not careful one of the Senior boys wi1l you. Our Class Poet. Page Forty-eight 1. 2. 6. 7. 9. 10. 14. 33. 411. 52. 56. 67. 70 71 73. 85. 93. 94. 116. 107 112. Page Forty-nine the molichurkp Vertical He is commonly known as Preacher. None of the Junior girls will go with any one but a..lman. Meek's first name. Occasionally seen with Harry Baughman. One of our c sinates' nickname. Drives a Henry. Works in a meat market. Clara's initials reversed. Who Ethyl Fagan charges her hair nets to finitialsj. Manager of girls' basketball team. Quarterback on football team. She likes a bright hue. CI-Iughl Ralph Lyle Williams finitials, minus the RQ LORD, HOW IT TALKS. Editor-in-Chief of the Nolichucky III. Knock. Salutatorian. She is quiet, she is shy, but there is mischief in her eye. When we need a forward bass in a football game, we call on him. Our fashion model. The-...Twhat am. dtbe mulicburkp Comparisons Much ado about nothing .... .............. M r. Vance in Chapel Innocents Abroad ....... ..... T lieo. Masters and Ralph Williams Treasure Island .... --- ............... The Office The Gilded Dome--- -------- Ethyl Fagan's "dome" Hard Times ------ ---- A ugust 25, 19241 to May 8, 1925 The Comedy of Errors --------------- Coach Higgins Notice THE SATURDAY NIGHT CHAPTER of THE FIFTY-TWO BATHS A YEAR CLUB WILL HOLD ITS REGULAR MEETING NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT Q Bring your own soap Secret Password-"Keep that School Girl Complexion" Secret Answer-"It Floats." Page Fifty Page Fifty-one A Glance at the Class of '24 Lonnie Bailey-East Tennessee State Normal Arline Bondurant-At horne. George Brandt-University of Tennessee. Harvey Bullington-Milligan College. Margaret Burrell-Working in Erwin. Elsie Capps-Carson-Newman College. Howard Cox-Working in Erwin. Charles Craddock-Working in Erwin. Alvand Dunkleberger-Working in Erwin. Myrtle Dunkleberger-Working in Erwin. Elizabeth Davison-Milligan College. Inez Fagan-Milligan College. Sidney Griffith-University of Tennessee. Albert Howell-East Tennessee State Normal. Horace Kennedy--Milligan College. Harold McNabb--Carson-Newman College. Grace Parker-Knoxville Business College. The IBD lieth lwky Norah Shull-Randolph-Macon Woman's College. Iris Tucker-Carson-Newman College. Inez Wing-At home. Nell Wohlford-Mrs. Harold Buckles. Gtbe mulicbuckp C Ex Q! 4' WBC U x B6 Ghz ifiulinbuckp The Booster Club The Booster Club, composed of seventeen members, is the potential energy of old U. C. H. S. The cause for its existence was the need of a "boost" and-well, it has more than justified its excuse for being! If it's a "Booster affairl'-be it ban- quet, party or whatnot-it's a success! It is young-very young. yet in its infancy one can feel that it is too deeply ' grounded in the spirit of U. C. H. to be uprooted. The Booster Club officers- Ruth Sherwood .............. - ...... President Blanche Pardue -- ---Vice-President Ethel Fagan .... ..... S ecretary Carrie Roberson -- ............ .... T reasurer MEMBERS Page Fifty-three Ruth Sherwood Alberta Brown Mildred Boyd Margaret Bolton Ethel Fagan Gladys Webb Agnes Tucker Ethel Boyd Janie Parker Mamie Stultz Carrie Roberson Alma Price Blanche Pardue Paulette Simpson Roxie Masters Clarice Ingram Elizabeth Moss Myrtle Ingram Ghz mnlicbuckp Music Class Miss Ruth Carothers, Teacher Page Fifty-four Ghz Jmulicbuckp The Glee Club The Glee Club, organized in the fall of 1924-, is composed of Junior and Senior girls. This Club is under the efficient direction of Miss Louise Carothers.. What gave the pep to the mid-term recital? VVhat lent atmosphere to the Wilson Memorial service held by the U. D. C.? What is a good excuse for skipping the period between three-thirty and four-thirty? What-but why go further? The answer is, was and will always be-Glee Club! Page Fifty-five Glee Club Roll Ruth Sherwood Agnes Tucker Elizabeth Moss Clara Bower Mildred Boyd Ethel Fagan Blanche Pardue Carrie Roberson Ethel Boyd Elizabeth Cecil Paulette Simpson Myrtle Ingram Alberta Brown Alma Price Andrey Webb Mildred Wing Margaret Bolton Clarice Ingram Josephine Bolton Gladys Webb Ebe Jmolicbuckp Basil Cacy ..... Harry Baughman August Babel --- Lettermelfs Club Harry Shull ................... Claire Copeland Cecil Barron Carl Harrison Wade Dennis Edgar Weaver Raymond Meredith Frank Wohlford Fred Miller Walter Bailey Fred Baughman Dennis Erwin Raymond Wohlford Glester Harvey Charles Phetteplace President --- Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Page Fifty- six dtbe mulicbuckp L Home Economics I Page Fifty-seven Home Economics II dtbe mnlnnbuckp 5 TENN l'l, ,1'i CHAMPS ATHLETICS TKX JNIHE BE C 'G Q 0 'RSF xx x CCTXTYAX R1 XX And E :gy 5 0 A11 U I 4 Page Fifty-nine fltbz Jfinlinbuckp Athletic Association P. M. Montgomery, Secretary-Treasurerg G. S. McNabb, Carl T. Vance, H. T. Higginsg R. M. Barry, Chairman. Qtbz Jfiulirbuckp the irsulirburkp Football fBy "Babe"J The football season of 1924 was one of the most enthusiastic in the history of the school. Those who enjoy the game can never forget the tense moments and feeling of clear cut victories which marked the season and they will remember it as a successful year. Every game was a decisive victory and in no game was there a lack of spirit on the field or on the sidelines. Football was surely advanced in Erwin this year. Speaking of the games, there were some which stand out far above others. The Central High game will not be forgotten by those who saw it. The game was exciting throughout. Central's well balanced and excellently conditioned team suc- ceeded from the first in gaining consistently through our line, it was their big advantage and they used it consistently. From the first it looked like an early touchdown for Central when an Erwin punt was blocked and "Pinkie" Walden, the Central's team flash, was thrown for losses time after time. The score at the end of the half was 0-0 with both teams fighting hard. Our line, minus Harrison fthe "blonde" tacklej, funtioned well in stopping the heavy Central backs. In the third quarter Babel of Erwin went through for the first touchdown of the game. Cope- land then with his magic toe kicked goal for the extra point. In the final period of the game Shull the Erwin's "cyclone" received a punt and with excellent interference raced 67 yards for a touchdown. Copeland again kicked goal. At the final whistle the score was 14-0. Erwin thus won the State Championship-won it cleanly and gracefully, in a game well played and free from all but the best of sportsmanship. The first game of the season was played away from home with Greeneville. It was a good showing, and from the 74+-0 victory the school looked forward to a pennant season. On the Saturday following the Greeneville game, the team went to Bristol to play Virginia High. The game was lost 13-O, and it seemed as a valuable gauge to the strength of the team. The line especially showed need of improvement and to this end many efforts were extended the following week. This game did not count in our championship record as it was a Virginia team. The next game was played at home with Greeneville. Erwin won 48-0. Bristol, Tennessee was Erwin's next victim. They were quite surprised to be beaten 62-Og and local fans were delighted at the showing of the Higgins men. The line was greatly improved and the team all around showed Championship form. Morristown was next taken into camp to a 21-0 tune. Erwin again exhibited championship form. The next game of the season was with Kingsport. The game was a decisive victory for Erwin, as Kingsport refused to play. Thus Erwin claimed Upper East Tennessee Championship. The following week Erwin played Jefferson City and defeated them to the count of 33-6, which was the first Tennessee team to score on Erwin during the year. Page Sixty-one dtbe Jmulicbufkp iltbz mulinburkp FOOTBALL QContinuedj Erwin next journeyed to Emory, Virginia to play the Emory and Henry Junior Varsity. Erwin played a wonderful game by defeating them 43-0. Erwin next met her rival, Johnson City. The game was played before a large crowd of fans both of Erwin and Johnson City. Erwin won 20-0, minus three of the regular players, Copeland at end, Smith at full, and Babel at quarter. Erwin then played Central High of Knoxville for the championship at Knox- ville and won 14-0, thus having an undisputed claim for the State Championship. - There weer no individual players on the team. Bailey, at left end, show skillful playing and much is expected of him next year. Harrison, the blonde giant, at left tackle. was a valuable asset to the team. He is a stellar lineman and did much to strengthen the forward wall. Cacy, at left guard, showed some real football and was capable of holding his position. Dennis, at center, was a bear on defense and his passing on offense was accurate. His kicking on the kickoff was very helpful to the team. Baughman, at right guard, was never questioned as to his ability. He held his position down capably. Wohlford, at right tackle, showed some real skill in that position. They always stopped when he hit them. He was chosen captain for 1925. Copeland, at right end, was a shark at snaring passes, and was noted also for his drop-kicking. Shull, at half, showed real football ability, he is speedy, well built, and knows the game. Meredith, at half, displayed some good work. He will be back next year and much should be expected of him. He should develop into a good punter. Babel at quarter piloted the team well. He is a consistent player and a student of the game. He displayed exceptional ability as a field general. Captain Barron, at full and half, played some wonderful football. He was a bear on defense and was always in the best of form. He is fast, a good kicker, a line plunger, and has a good knowledge of the game. Smith, at full back, exhibited some of the best punting ever seen by a high school player, he was a good line plunger, and his passes are accurate. "Pa" Weaver was an all-around player. He started in at half and was then shifted to guard, then tackle, then end. He is a'team in himself. McNabb, at guard, in his first season of football, showed some real fight. He has three more years, he should develop into a good player. Those who showed ability as players and who were faithful to practice were: Erwin, Phetteplace, Epperson, Belcher, Bailey, Brandt, Duncan and Wright. lNIuch credit is due Coach "Red" Higgins for the team produced last season. In spite o fthe fact that twenty-five men were out at the first of the season, Coach developed a championship team. ' Eight players graduate this year, but there is an abundant amount of material in the school-so here's hoping that Erwin has another championship team next year. Page Sixty -three dtbe Jmlizbunkp dtbz Jfiolinhuckp Basketball QBy "Babe"D ,It would be hard to give too much praise to the basketball team of the past season. There was not an equal in Upper East Tennessee, and by its brilliant showing at the Knoxville Tournament, Erwin ranked high among the Western teams of the State. The playing, at times spectacular, was altogether well balanced and filled with a gameness that made the entire team stand out as one of superior ability. The season started with Sulphur Springs who were taken into camp for a decisive victoryg the alumni was second-these were' the only games in the year of 1924. In 1925, Erwin started out by defeating Elizabethton, then Washington College, and next Bristol, Virginia. We are getting so full-chested that our loss to Tennessee in an overtime period. Erwin then lost to Milligan College reserves, and also to Virginia High. Erwin next journeyed to Spruce Pine, North Carolina, to play two games in a day, defeating Bakersville in the afternoon and Spruce Pine in the evening. Erwin then went to the Upper East Tennessee tournament at Johnson City. y ' In this tournament Erwin exhibited its best basketball of the season, and also winning the tournament. Erwin played first in the tournament and first defeated Warrensburg, then Church Hill. The next victim to fall before the locals was Boone's Creek, this was declared by all the best game of the tournament. In the finals Erwin played Bristol and won thereby winning the Upper East Tennessee championship. The Knoxville tourney was next in which Erwin participated. In this tourna- ment Erwin defeated Soddy, Wells Springs, Karns, and we lost to the fast Lenoir City team, in two overtime periods. This game was in the semi-finals. Thus ended Erwins basketball season. To mention stars would be to name regulars and substitutes. Captain Shull, leader of the team and at forward, deserves much credit for his generalship, and individual playing. "Babe" Babel at the other forward showed up well and was picked on the Upper East Tennessee all-star team and also on Carl Keisters' all- star team. "Cap" Barron at Center displayed some exceptional basketball for a high school player and was also picked on Carl Keister's all-star team. "Gus" Copeland at running guard showed the marks of a real basketball player and also could make a basket when needed. "Lefty" Wohlford, a guard, was the best in East Tennessee high school circles. Of the substitutes who need honorable mention are Dennis, Meridith, Baughman, Bailey, Harrison, Morely, Bowman, McCan1ess, and Hale. Coach Higgins needs praise for the team he developed this year, and had they won at Knoxville no telling of what they would do at the State tournament. Page Sixty-five Ghz mnlinbunkp s 1 3 S Qtbz mnlinbuskp Girls' Basketball The girls basketball team have finished one of the most successful seasons in the history of the school. A splendid spirit backed by good material won them a name in East Tennessee Athletic circles. The girls started their season by taking VVashington College into camp at Erwin to a score of 15-10. This game was valuable as it showed the strength of the team. The next game was with Elizabethton who were easily defeated by the lassies 28-5. Erwin next journeyed to Washington College, where the hardest game of the season was fought. The first half ended 10-4 in favor of Washington College. The last half the Erwin girls came back with a rush and played the college girls off of their feet. At the final whistle the score stood 13-12 with the Erwin girls in the lead. Milligan College was the next victim for our girls. In a hard fought game the college girls were defeated 19-12. p ' The next game of the season, the girls met their first defeat from the Carson- Newman, "Parsonetts" 26-8. The girls fought hard and could not overcome the lead which the "Parsonetts" ran up in the first half and in the second half allowed only one field goal. Bluff City next came to Erwin and went home with a 29-12 defeat. Erwin in this game used their entire team. The Milligan College girls came to avenge their defeat on Erwin but were badly surprised by a defeat of 22-11. The next games of the year were in the Upper East Tennessee Tournament at Johnson City. The girls were lucky in their drawing and drew their rival Wash- ington College who were eliminated by Erwin 18-12. Erwin next drew Camp Creek who were defeated with practically the second team by a score of 24-14. By the defeating of Camp Creek put fthe local girls into the Semi-Finals with Holston. This game was also taken by Erwin 25-14. This put the girls in the finals with Kingsport. The final game will not be forgotten by those who saw it, and it will go down in the schools history. As the girls came onto the floor you could see the old fighting spirit in both teams. The game started with a rush and each team fought valiantly for the first half in which the score was 16-14. The second half started off with a rush and Erwin evened up the score but could not keep up the pace. Opal Stallard, one of the stellar guards was seriously injured and removed Page Sixty-seven Che Jmnlicbuckp from the game, this was a great loss to the Erwin team, and it slowed their playing considerable. In this final period Kingsport forged ahead and as the whistle blew the score stood 19-28 for Kingsport. I The last game of the season was with the "Parsonetts" of Carson-Newman who defeated Erwin easily by the score of 36-12. Of the twelve games played by the local lassies, nine were clear cut vic- tories. The total number of points for the opponents was 184 to 230 for Erwin. ' The record for the team is due to the able coaching of Coach E. L. Smith with his assistant "Pa" Weaver and much credit is due to them. . The lineup is as follows: Mildred Boyd, F, Elizabeth Harrington, F, Janice Stubblefield, F, Gertrude Love, fCaptj G3 Estelle Burgess, G3 Lillian Love, G5 Subs: Opal Stallard, F, Ruby Morley, F, Esther Willis, F5 Ethyl Boyd, G, Adeline Tucker, G, Rose Craddock, G5 Myrtle Ingram, G, and Doris Peake, G. Page Sixtymithf 45112 Jfinlitbutky f- fir- 'FW 5542 ' x I w 3-5, I 43 ti -1 pl Ae., 7 A-'IJ X M.R.B. Judge-"Mr. Weaver, why did you strike the telegraph operator?" Weaver-"Well yer honor, it was just like this: I handed him a telegram for my girl, and he started in reading it. So I up and handed him one." Proud Mother-"He's getting on so well at schoolg he learns French and Alge- bra. Now Bobbie says "How d, ye do to the lady in Algebra. Haskett and Ralph were puzzling their brains to invent a new game. At last Ralph said, "I know, Haskett, let's see who can make the ugliest face. "Aw, go on,', was the reply. "Look what a start you've got." Mr. Higgins-"Who signed the Magna Carta?" Basil-"It wasn,t me." Higgins-"Aw take your seat." Skeptical member of school board-Here, call him back. I don't like his man- ner. I believe he did do it." Inspector-"Miss Wattenbarger, have you any abnormal children in your classes?" Miss Wattenbarger-"Yes sir, I believe I have-two of them have good man- ners." Mr. Vance-"Wade, why are you taking this course?" Wade-"Er-well, because I am very fond of the subject, it gives one a new insight into the problems which-er-I'm called upon to meet in everyday life. It has been an inspiration to me." lNIr. Vance--"Very good. Now, Mr. Weaver, you tell one." Page Sixty-nine Glbeimnlirbuckp Q Q M HCA ' H b mia ! NW ,Q Quia' 1-.ns QVC wish to call to the attention of the patrons and students of Unieoi County High School the advertise- ments in this annual. These advertisements have made it possible for us to publish this annual. VVe hope that you will remember these firms who have advertised with us whenever you have business in their line. i 65010101 1 1 2 1 1:1 110101011020 , Q Q Q QCampbe1181Webb Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q ! Q , Q Q GENERAL 2 4 ' C 2 INSURANCE A ' IIJCID ' i WIliRt'G000fl0""5' i REAL ESTATE -1- LOANS Q Q Q Q ' Q Q Q Q Q , 1. Q . I Q i WHERL GOOD CLOTHES Q i "Service That Satisfiesv i ARE SOLD i - Q Q Q Q Q Q . Q i D Erwin, : : : Tennessee Q ! Q 90110102 1101 DZ 1 vi 1 1301 1 rZOC0:0 02013 it Z all 201111 101011 it 10101 ,ypuzogogugf1014vinioznxoxuiuzmoxo 1101011 11010101011 L, forte C 'S Ui 0 4 ru 5 ff '4 l -"the loss was covered l dtbe Jmlicbuckp First fly'-"Will you join our party in the jam preserves?" Second fly-"No, the lady of our house has just baked a cake with icing on it. We're going in for winter sports." The only different between Abraham Lincoln and the modern youth, is that he burned midnight oil on the table and the modern youth burns it in a tank. s Theo.-"Professor, where are my old themes I handed in last quarter? Prof.-"Sorry but we donit keep old themes." Theo.-"But I've got to have them. I've sold them to a Freshman." "Where are you going, my pretty maid?" "I'm going a-milking, sir," she said. "In that dress, my pretty maid?', "No, in this bucket, fool," she said. Cousin Hiram-"Is that a new hall clock over there in the corner?" Wife of deceased-''S-h-h-h-Thatis poor old John, I knew the room would be crowded, so I stood the coffin on end." ED' U-m al 731 1: -.N 'no 52' FY' FF "'o 'cm EQ Ph!!! CD '15 rf' Z? 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Page Seventy-one iqozo ,:,rv1o11x1o:o11:1o:o1o11x14r11x1x::4rixri1r1o11x1c Paramount Theatre Entertainment De Luxe Always A Good Show and Good inusic Coming Attractions ozonilrjoiixjojcxjoioitijoioiarjoixxifricximxic 9 3' N 5 Q a-1 1-0- Fl 5' 2 Fl 5' We viarioioioioioiaxioioioianicrilczo ,s1u1o1o1u:x xx 14 it 14 :ngawx:r14r14w:4x1:n1zr1mx14m1nr:1s11r11 xoxox: 1011114 Compliments of ERWIN FELDSPAR CO. Incorporated ERWIN, TENNESSEE Miners and Grinders of Highest Grade North Carolina Feldspar 9 :ini 4.91021 11010101011 21011 51010 ,i,.,.....- I I C l l I I E ! ! Q ! i i 5 i I I I E i WHO'S FOR ERWIN HIGH? WE'RE FOR ERWIN HIGH. A. R. BROWN 85 CO. 111 iuioilbloioioioi 1101011x11nimI21lilb1ni010i0101014li011D1L 102011 1 '11 'o' ozosxoixxioioiojoierjoxoxuzarzanioia UA 01011 dtbz Jmolivzbuckp Kennedy speaking to Cunningham-"Did you see that crowd on the corner? Ninety per cent of them thought we would hit that lamp post." Cunningham-"Yes and fifty per cent of those in the car thought the same thing." Eve-Cin the gardenj-Heavens, Adam, what has caused that awful rash on your back?" Adam fpainfullyj-"That new shirt you made for me, my dear. I do wish you'd learn the difference between poison ivy and oak leaves. We deeply sympathize with the absent-minded professor who cleaned the eat's teeth one night, and then kicked himself out the back door. Fred-"My girl has two faults." Roberta-"You and who else?" Clarence-"Hurrah, five dollars for my latest poem." Hammond-"Who from?" Clarencc+The express company-they lost it. Herman-"Your trousers look a bit worn." Hammond-'fYes, they're on their last legs." Miss Keefauver-"Basil, why were you late this morning?" Basil-"Well, there's a sign down the street that says: 'School-go slow'." 1020 Eoioioioioioif icing - E F' l I :A gg 3 '54 5 1 l 'S as N 'D A D H l 'E 4 1-P l I em r-4 5 '-4 I 2. D Q ge I - 5, G rr: ! 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Q Q I ! i g Pure Distilled Water Ice g 3 I 2 Cllnchfleld Coal A Specialty Q - A I l . ' Hlgh Class Laundry S - I S BEST OF SERVICE S g 1 i Phone 170 Erwin, Tennessee E 5 1 ,ipuzozx 101 2222322 3411193 ,fbi11113111:1jz1im11c111x1412c12111411111mq?I! g Erwm and Ryburn 5 1 ADIES' AND GENTS' i Q EWALD 81 CO' READY - TO - WEAR Q g "An Article for Every Need" E a H f H l HART SCHAEITNER sz MARX Q Q Clothes Q 1 030501201010 11' 11"101"1"1"101f0i .i.Df1111191110111:f1:e1cu1141:f11u1010q,..i l HOTEL ERWIN WALLACE'S l g IV. A. BOIVEIV, Manager GIFTS AND GOVVNS g 5 MA Good Place to Eatu Erwin? Only Exclusive Shoppe 3 V -for- g -andn LADIES', MISSES' AND g Q -'A Good Place To Sleep" cH1LDREN's WEAR 5 l i g oc':' 0201111101111 11111111.11u10101u1,,1.,.QfQ 0101111111111 1111101411412 130141101 Page Seventy four Gtbe Jmulinbuskp Ford ought to make a good president, because he has the makings of Abraham Lincoln. Besides he's carried half the county alread y. "How can I keep my mince pies free from juvenile raids?" asked the mother of a large family. "Lock the pantry door and place the key under the soap in the boys' bedroom," is my advice. Miss Cox-fto boysj: "Now, all who desire to go to heaven when they die stand up." Miss go too ?" Fred-"No, ma'am not if that bunch is going." Cox-fto Fred, who remains seatedj: "Why, Fred, donit you want to "Speaking of bathing in famous springs," said the tramp to the tourist, "I bathed in the spring of '86." world." Elizabeth--Oh, Carl! Were we happy?" Horace-"How long does it take you to dress?" J anie-"About ten minutes." Horace-"Gee! I can do it in five. What take Janie-"I wash my neckf, 05:1111110103011rinioioioini 1 30:0 ,:,Du1u1n o D Buy Your Shoes From Shoe Men ! 2 I I A Page Seventy-five s you so long?" E , EWALD sl Co. 1011 11 1011 if 10311 Q14 1 O W 71 T ri FD V1 ff' E. 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DERTHICK, President l An Institution of Higher Education with Modern Equipment i i Standardized Courses Christian Ideals g Non-sectarian Policies-A Wholesome Atmosphere g Manned by Earnest and Efficient Teachers. i i An Ideal Place for High School Graduates to Continue Their Education i 01013020101 binielloi 1i0i0i1bi0i4bio11 21Ji010l0Z01010i 1102010101 .0 g --------- 5 ffl g as 2 E EZ f E 52 : .DP EE Q Z 2 25 3 E5 5 as , Z E W x101ui4lj4ri01010i1li1r11ljo14 'U ll W l tb av '1' 4 fb 5 - '4 2 Page Seve dtbz imolicburkp A missionary in India had the hymn "Rock of Ages" translated into Hindus- tani, an English student attempting to re-translate it into English produced this illuminating aspect: "Very old stone split for my benefit, let me absent myself under thy frag- ments." The Freshman is naive for he has yet to learn. The Sophomore is cynical, for he has read Dickin's "Fall of two cities." The Junior is worldly for he has tasted of the world and its iniquitiesg The Senior is sad, for he looks back on his past four years, and is sorry for what he has missed. August-"Blanche, do you put your heart in your cooking?" Blanche-"Yes, why?" August-"Then I must remark, that you must have been very heavy-hearted when you made this cake." Many thousand school girls responded to an adv .that had appeared in a popular newspaper. The adv. ran: "For one shilling we will send you a recipe by the use of which the hands will become soft and beautifulf' In due time each of the thousand girls received a piece of paper which con- tained the following words: "Soak the hands three times a day in dishwater, while mother rests." xioifnicrioioioiclioicricxiivicrilozt J.Doioioitrioioioioiibiclixlifriibi 0 1 i T Miss Minnie Bondurant 3 3 LYRIC THEATRE i The Home of Better Entertainment E GENERAL i Q INSURANCE i Q i Q Room 7 Phetteplace Bldg. g 2 0:01014iimxicvifxisrzcriciifxinxirvimxicxdn, if AN ND l fpoiuzozoiozoiozuifrzozuxognxafa E T g SELLS FOR LESS 2 l -at- i I Dean Sloat Company I Jo. H. Dean, Owner g Department Stores at Russellville First National and Met'0'G01dWyn i and Erwin, Tenn. Specials I Q.0l0Q0l0Q IHQUQC QIDUUQCDQDKDQKDA .:'lQOD0.0D0:0DD:0Q0,lD,0DOQOQOC'!. nty-seven 4 o101030ioioioioioiuioioio iltbe Jflulinbuckp Maryville College 107th Year begins September 8, 1925 Highest standards. Fully accredited. Influences positively Christian. Faculty of 441 instructors, graduates of twenty-six colleges and universities. Enrollment, 616 young men and young women from 38 States and for- eign countries. Campus of 250 acresg 16 large build- ings, property and endowment, 551,750,- 00, of which S350,000 is subject to an- nuities. Expense to student: tuition, 55305 in- cidental fee, 2F6g students' activities fee, Sliltlg room rent, averages 5134-03 board, 283.50 a week. Text-books rented. Self- help opportunities. VVrite for copy of the catalog to- Rev. Clinton H. Gillingham, D. D., REGISTRAR M ARYVILLE, TENN. :ox xioioioinioioiz1010303111 THE WORLD MOVES AND S0 D0 WE Erwin Transfer Co. Erwin, Tenn. Office Phone 135 Residence Phone 226 24111114D11rioto1oio2oi1li1lioi0C'o' 14 11 ni: 10101113 Quoin rio141ioioioioioioioioiaaiari A. P. Villa 81 Bros., Inc. Raw, Thrown and Dyed Silks Silk on Quills or Beams-Hosiery Silk on Cones. 3 viabjcrioicxixxifnjcxixxiojarici' l Erwin, Tennessee 5 I I New York Office: 95 Madison E Avenue, New York City. g D, IQUQID PM I, lm .QQ 12011121xzoiozoioioioiaxioxce? ! 5 EWALD Sz CO. ' "A Store for the Whole Family" i T H E S A V O Y THE COOL CORNER VVhatever the Temperature We Can Serve You Well The Particular Prefer Elmers' Candies Drugs, Stationery and Novelties Soda, Cigars, and Candy Erwin, : : : : : Tennessee oioioinioioioioioiod 'Q' 0:0114 guioioilviixirliixiiricbicbicxiibifrilvd 0:0 Page Seventy eight Ghz mulicbuckp In Russia a class for instructing people in the art of hurling bombs has been discovered by the police. Just a finishing school, of course. Agnesff"VVade, I bet I know why you part your hair in the middlef, VVade-"VVhy P" Agnes-"Because every block has an alley, you know." In Geometry-CCharlesj: "VVherc has my poly gone?" James--"Up the geometree, I suppose." A goat ate all our other jokes, And then began to rung "I cannot stop,', he softly said, I am so full of fun." ,331101011ui:rimaiuvio1u1i0iuiu?n2l0? 030903021 if if 20103031 3 303' 1030? g ELECTRICITY DOES MORE 5 5 5 Q ORK FOR LESS MONEY v I W 4 I EATON'S I , Erwin Electric Llght 51 I i H A T S H 0 P I E Power Co. Q i I v HI GH -CLASS I 3 5 117: E MILLINERY I I SERVICE I Erwin, 1 1 1 z Tenn. - I - . .zonaifrzozozninzozozoxozox In rw? agonm1inininioxoinzozuxngoxoz 0? I I ' Q Gregory-Allen Co, Q Tucker Hardware Co. E I I I I I "IfVhcre Everybody Goes' I I I I The Only Hardware Store in i I SHEAEEER PENS E UNICOI COUNTY 2 Q WHITMANIS CANDIES Q Q O P-I Q D' FU U2 IP Z U O I-1 Cl FP FU F11 I-3 I-3 L11 U7 0:0 Qu: 9:0 Page Seventy-nine Erwin, : : : : Tenn. Che molicbuzkp ,,.. ,f ' fl' 5' N M at f ,E y 53316 3 tg J, 7 f - earl r 4 1 ,HW . '-5 ' ' ,Q-ji' V ..- b 3 ' '1 . 1 QS, gf- r -Q Q1 , vllg , ,Q f'-". 4 5 ff rf-'Xli'f2s'sfJ,E?i. 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