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

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Years hence when you turn its pages, may it bring back memories to youg memories golden with the thought of old ex- periencesg memories purple with the trueness of lastnag frknidshipsg naeni- ories sparkling with the brightness of old acquaintances. Herein we have stored for you our countless treasures of high ideals and Worthy ambitions, and above aH vve have cherkhed the nnenioryg the sacred nuenaoryg of aH the happy days we spentin Erwdn Phgh School. GARNET EDWARD lVllI.LER T 1 X V , :I fi - ap, -22' :- V?-'Jtf-1.s:,,L.,.,,,q 555-1 gum 4fg5,.N A , 'RW M K N Qi 'H JdW WYf9z'X mm, M, Wg W ,mWx.R1iufl my wzijk ' C GNTE L X- ky N L W , X E ' fx M U - Alxr-' lgyf I 5 3. f .,. 0 ' ,QL-ng, T ' W V 1X KWJ TJ: WX' lf N X J, T M T , 1 U' ' W ' XL ' X fl A , 'W A4 Tiff UW, 'fm 'I INTRODUCTIONmwwflflx X N Yf 'IKM ' T ' I - - 7 4 A Q mx JI I N 14 "HQ, W 19 wp W1 9 , 1 DEDICATION IR R614 T Tlx 'X X J' ff I X X AW IN W A X !xw 5 STAFF I I N ! N BOARD OF EDUCATION N g, yn' Z5 .lx ,Lf I 1 ,l M 1 fix ,Zi F I ' ff J PM mu? ' 5 ' 2 X CLASSES hd, ,NW H15 ' I , V i ff 5 IN SNAPSHOTS x 1' 1 X CLUBS M", I HUMOR v-WW f3 " ,' ATHLETICS ' U wrt l ' f Re v' f QW + Lg 1 ADVERTISEMENTS E . mv A 145 5 Q T I' NU . , X 1" l '.1 ' iv. 'R-L2 -E" .fw A O 14. , 1 1. V . u Al f ,pf -.1 ,. . , J: q., :E " f' ' " d,...m.A1p4.J:m,QfEgma,f,'Li' 'Q' .ma:L,s14.',1,s1. T.,::m.:xe. "M .E .um-'n.,...1: ..., 1 ' ',,'i'1' L +1491 ' 1:3 , , W 3 pai ,V 'XC 4. .31 3 4. .ig . ,. .L '3 Q1 3 ' Q -Z V! , .wa ' .F .N ,Lg 4 A lg 1 4 . W wg .Lf ' A! 41 4 . Q5 , .. D' I fir ,Pk iii' 125: , . 7 . I A ',-. .W Y v 5 f w 4 --1? H s ,E G. R. RAGAN, ARCHITECT, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA De ication E, the Senior Class, do respectfully and duti- fully, dedicate this, the seventh edition of our Annual, "The Nolichuckyf' to all those who have helped make this new School Building possible for us, che Class of 1930, and all those whom We precede. : : : : : XV THOMAS M. HOWZE Business Manager CHLOE ANNA JOHNSON Assoeiate Editor LUCILLE BOGART Associate Business Manager MARK HAT1'AN Associate Business Manager HEWSON AUSTIN Arlifertising Manager EDWINA WING Assistant Advertising Manager G. EDWARD MILLER lizlitor-in-Chief ROBBYE BRADSHAW Snapshot Editor ELIZABETH THOMAS Snapshot Editor CATHERINE HARRISON joke Editor ROBERT CUNNINGHAM Iolze Erlitor PARALEE DEAN Girls' Athletic Editor ARCHIBALD MOINTYRE Boys' Athletic Editor -JANIES C. RULE Faeulty Sponsor HELEN WATTLES Soeial Editor JEWELL MCCALL Donation Chairman ANNA BROWN LAWSON Donation Chairman CLAUDYNE WEBB Innior Representative J. CLIFTON MILLER Sophomore Represeiitative JULIA BECK Freshman Representative Q' FRANK T. GENTRX' V SIll7l'l'llIlLL'lIlIf'llf of Uuivoi Couufy Schools BOARD OIF IEDUCATHUN DR. T. C. HENSLEY V Chairman of Unicoi County Board of Ezluvafiofz N PAGE 9 'ff GEORGE E. STONE B.S. AND M.A. PEABODY COLLEGE Pl'f11l'iI7lll of High Scfaoolg S1tfJ81'j1ZfC17ll,6'17f of City Schools PAGE 10 if T A -4 b 3 A W S W f hx if X' fb' F5 GQ 5 f-: Q W ', r 2 it -X53 3 i- ti f . , :imm a X gjfg,-,,fK'9'?S5. QW f vain , 'S fi 'fllfffiw wwlfwf V? X y ,525 x A Hayfh 1 ,,. ',! ' ' 'Il N..--f4Q a ' J - in m1s.W' WIN, 1 Q ,MOM AW A W-f , s W Zfff' IW Ah' ew - 4 2 h f f 1 'A pl i' . rf- 4, A 'W' f X ' ECXQX4 gf ' 6 X ffyizff ff---.fSf""gf PE Qi , g -f-if 3 - o f ,1 . X K f K I . NW ' Q f sl 4' 2" gi wffhgg 44 1" 5,5 .- "iff Avffglff N x , f , , , 'V fav-ax Q? M y H Q HUT ALAMnX f 3L 'W ACLILTY PA GE 12 i FACULTY Y JAMES C. RULE B.A. Carson-Newman College Assistant Principal Mathematics EUNICE HILL B.S. University of Tennesset Home Economics ANNIE E. TUBE B.A. University of Tennessee Al gehra DORIS TUCKER B.A. Carson-Newman College History JAMES I. MOONEY B.S. East Tennessee State Teachers' College Industrial Art and English Geography ' A . Q ,I3 I H FACULTY Y ELNA HARRELL B.A. Tusculum College English NORA SHULL B. A. University of Tennessee Library Work at Peabody Frffnfh, English, Librarian ROBERT SNYDER HA. Carson-Newman College Sc'ic'm'e, Athletics GEORGIA MAE HYDER National Orchestra Camp, 1929 Orfhestru, Violin IDA RIPLEY B.A. Tusculum College Post-Graduate Work Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Music' PAGE 13 ff ,M .f - 2-gm i'-:j""i ,.s.,'. 'lor-V "F" T ,,-A ,.,e-O "f'7514f"f ' ' ' L ' -4. ' .P .. . 'J' gig I if 1 I y -H, fi Vf . f' , " r""? 'Q .--K . Z , .., . . 1.-K.. 1" J" . fwqggf ff v R 1 ' E ,ffifj f-"W--f:"Ibj.fff L.. Aja, 2-If -' '--- " -- ' ' L fi.. C' i I .'. ' ' N., ,I . . My 'K V -'MN .--'i ! ,J .f Aflfs! 'L 'TI ' J 5 G3 ' ' rg u I? ., 1 - V dl- Rini I i, J ii 'I TIC- C 9- 'N T Rf' fx- yi' 'fsfy '1-"7 7k " , Y," ,. . ,. ., Ulf fi, K S. PAGE 14 f ff' vi ,.f. f- A ,Z 0 n FACULTY V ALBERT L. PRICE B.A. Milligan College Science MRS. MAUDE SHULTZ B.A. Bowling Green Business University Commercial Courses MARY ALICE GOANS B.A. University of Tennessee Spanish, English THELMA SAMS B.A. University of Tennessee Civics, History, Physical Education R. W. MCCLARY B. S. University of Tennessee Physics, Agricnltnre CLAS ? 'f, :s isaae-ae VELQ:-QQM 3 Q f '-m xm W HW W ll!! MENTALLY Smowcj PAGE 16 1 1 ff X f. Q A J f JL X A Iv K X X ii ff ,,V"' XX f V!! XX ,,,V 766i 4,7 ,V ,,,, - f ff x X 933 xx lzrvi N X R MX rr! , YQ 1 E LI X, ' f X X! 's a W" 5 X xy ,N ni.. ' - f W X,A A.: ,J f K Q x E L ff f X X X XX KK 1' 1 7 "W K 'Axfx U Q - ME mir fm-Q-af-fAf1?ff :f2+gf5f ffmggfe. 1 A-Qii1,iTLf"q' 03:-f V Q '1f""f"?! .. ' A M I 5 441,712 nyc' M5 22 12: 5 . 1, f mf, ,fg.g1,2i2'4 7 "'. ' 'VV- :- '.". w , .'4Afr1?'9'71ffWz,1 fy -f fb - " I ni Q fn --g,fw.'i51,5L-Lgwf "W,q1f,, Y, y M 3,215 l,fW5M3.3, . A gym .3 24,2 5-'E' ,afqfg ".' - 4", ff:-, Zi522g 'Q,?"?f15iI.! ff! 1, nf . . ,- .I . ,,',-, -"Y , . I I. GLEN TONNNQ H1 SENIORS v CLARA VANCE it-1-ADH Ambition . . . To become intelligent PARALEE DEAN NP. Df' Ambition . . . To play professional basketball ISHMA CHANDLER UISHH Ambition . . . To be a professor of Physics IRENE BAILEY 'fsHoRTY" Ambition . . . To grow tall LILLIAN DAVIS "LIL" N-jAmbition . . . To vamp Mr. Mooney 4 ,j wfdfvlfi JZ ,a,0J1fpk W LOL' Mr f A PM Ltftlfi ALlgifafff fifgwi A ' 'l" Swift-VLCJP L ,L f "' ' fi N' yfwv, ffgfifp- , f' W-' 945 A XX N lx l 1 SENIORS V ALLEEN CATON -'ALINEH Ambition . . . To be small HOWARD GARLAND "GARLEY,' Ambition . . . To become ct county school professor NAN GILLIS "SLEEPY,' Ambition . . . To be a great athlete ROBERT CUNNINGHAM ..BcDBn Ambition . . . To talk fast CHLOE ANNA JOHNSON "CI1LCDEU Ambition . . . To become sarcastic PAGE PAG E SENIORS V LILLIAN GOFORTH "HEFTY" Ambition . . . To have a graceful figure RUSSELL WHITE URUSSU Ambition . . . To be President of the United States RHEA Lois SNAPP UROSIEU Ambition . . . To be 21 lawyer PARKE SAMS USAMMYU Ambition . . . To become an Esquire EVELYN T1LsoN ..EVIE,, Ambition . . . To become a Latin teacher 20 6 SENIORS V CATHERINE HARRISON "CATH Ambition . . . To be quiet LUCILLE BOGART 'KSALLYU Ambition . . . To be a great mathematician THOMAS HOWZE "TOM" Ambition . . . To portray Shakespearean characters HELEN WAT'TLES "WAT" Ambition . . . To be a musician FRANCES O,BRIEN UPA-1-,, Ambition . . . To become a second Clara Bow s t E il 5 PAGE 21 1' ' SENIORS v EVA BOGART E ..EVA,, ' Ambition . . , To become a Lawyer ARCHIBALD MCINTYRE "ARCHIE" Ambition . . . To be another Rudy Vallee DOROTHY RATIJIFF 'lTOMMY" Ambition . . . To be a boy CHARLES MEER "CHARLEY" Ambition . . . To grow old ORA JONES "BROWN EYES" Ambition . . . To have pretty brown eyes PAGE 22 SENIORS v ANNA BROWN LAWSON "FUNNY" Ambition . . . To be dignified MARK HATTAN "MARCUS" Ambition . . . To be a great Hnanciei' ELIZABETH WOODWARD "LIZ" Ambition .' . . To become Paul Duncaifs better-half PAUL DUNCAN "DUNC" Ambition . . . To marry "Liz" Woodward IRENE JUNE BAILEY '-AENEH Ambition . . . To have beautiful eyes oh, A x mfr, fa. ,,. . " rf' 'I f I df? gf? 1-vi-fl,-4 4' 4 W. ff d 5 ' i- ,in , 4 J Y .7 if AZT' Z , .5444 , f- , ' " 3 .f,'ff" L d A A V 'X 1, I. A 5 . Y - ,, , .f A. 1,3 Q ,Q ,, ,f 4, , ,- 4:41 Xilrx a A-V" , fi gf: ,. I- L .rf , ,,,,-nn, g, W. f 1, 91' xx u , "LVL f' . , . FL .uf 9 M f .- l Q. L., 4.2-f -X. 45 2, A l i' N , . , ,g. .. A x,,,',' 'f M' - X AM.. L . fin, ,. , x 41 24, N. 25 'fail' ax A 1 N YA it Xf. Lb L. ef' V-i. lf- XS lv si YQ' . xy -'oi -'ri 5 . 5 . fa QNX. 1 X f i .1 ' , 1 r W, 1 33,-'E . i' i .S L A gy V, 3 5-e -'N :xi 'Q' -A ,ix , - Y ' -V E Niefli' P, . K- ws' mf N'-i fin-'blhq f. f ' 'f-a . Ry im 'ae 1:4 1 C -- A w , Q., N. X NX - I X.x-IX-SSXQE ' x DX 'gk I yK 1 X 'ij - A .1-., T .ix LU Y-. , 1 S' X XR ' ki I' I -.X 51 N' s Ln Q1 mix L L N .V 1 y L Lf' ll, wt ' 5 N. V., . , -1 v z L ' '- xxix . X .4'. R -. j-.' GQ Q 4,1 CL V .- ll , x-. X PAGE 23 'I PA SENIORS v EDWINA WING UEDU Ambition . . . To be a "gold digger, JEWELL MCCALL NJULIE5' Ambition . . . To be Z1 chorus girl G. EDWARD MILLER UEDU Ambition . . . To be a great Editor ROBBYE BRADSHAW UREDH Ambition . . . To be a "peroxide blonde GE 24 ? ri GALENA PARKER "LENA,' Ambition . . . To be beautiful jf N li 9 .fx S L ,' if S ' si ' Qjjj 1 M Jo' ff fl pil . if W9 I' RP ir! rj oil I Ill jx, ,NP N' ' X U 'if ' 1 l J SENIORS R! v W! fx! SUE SHELTON "SUSIE" Ambition . . . To be an athlete CHESTER HENSLEY "CHET" Ambition . . . To become a lover of Women NOLA MURRAY f'NoL,' E Ambition . . . To find another fellow MERLEY GUINN UMERLEH Ambition . . . To be a farmer BONNIE MILLER UJOHNH Ambition . . . To be noisy 55:42 W j,q Q3 ,f Mt wif N 'J xl x f PAGE 25 is E' it J WRX M X' LEW! PAGE 26 SENIORS Y NAOMI EVANS "NOM1', Ambition . . . To learn to talk loudly DONALD JONES MDONU Ambition . . . To be a restaurant proprietor ELIZABETH THOMAS "LIB" Ambition . . . To learn to talk HEWSON AUSTIN ..SUMP,, Ambition . . . To be a woman-hater NELL MCINTURFF USPEEDY' Ambition . . . To be pretty ,l-M..-MMM-- 7 Y7-- YYYY - 7. -V - Q C x ! 7 A? ai. ei fc? JP c- -' X 5 f RY Q 's fi fx I I iw my : V X ,XX V iz Ei iifl i xv fi 1 Q P I 1 TQ 1 Wh , . . fx o s Who in the Senior . X'f7'?'Q3x, 5 fl if 7 Class ' 1 x5 1 Most Sarcastic 77 7Chloe Anna Johnson 1+--Y 2. Most Popular Boy 7 77 7 Elmer Harvey -1- N 3. Most Popular Girl 77 Dorothy Ratliff Q5 l 134551 4 Ugliest Boy 7 7 Mark Hattan ri 1 XTX 5. Biggest Wreck 7 77 Alleen Caton X Q i 6 Sheikiest Sheik 7777 7 Hewson Austin ' - K 7. Laziest QGirl or Boyp 77 77 7 Lillian Davis k K Q 8 Best All-round Student 77777 Elmer Harvey , A 9 Most Musical 7 7 77 77 77Helen Wattles 1 22' 10. Peppiest Boy7 7 77 7 Mark Hattan FLW i 11. Prettiest Girl 77 7 77 77 77 Galena Parker l 12. Biggest Loafer 7 77 Bob Cunningham ' 13. Cutest Girl 77 7 Jewell McCall xx 14. Cutest Boy 7 Tom Howze Fw 15. Flirtiest Flirt 7 7 Eclwina Wing '49 v . . ggi 16. Peppiest Girl 77 7 77 77 Sue Shelton A 4 17. Best Sport 7 77 77 Dorothy Rarliff if , 7 18 Most Dramatic 7 77 7Tom Howze 1 5 1 .-W , 1 K A 1 19 86 20. Cutest Couple 7 7 77 7 Liz 'n Paul Q31 W il! 7 7.11 iw F7--4-,MT M fl J . 'fig-Cul PM fi QS A ' 1 ' QW' FQ WL 2 L is . W1 1 I . I - PAGE 27 History of Class of 1930 ln September, 1926, A.D., a large group of students entered Erwin High School as Freshmen. The group was not only noted for being the largest class to enter that institution of learning, but it was also noted for the beautiful and intelligent faces which were in it. But still the Seniors had the nerve to call us 'igreenfl We thought the Seniors knew it all, so we accepted the title and at our first class meeting we selected as our motto: "Green but growing." The following officers were elected: TOM HOWZE.. .. . . . ,,Presidcnt ROBBYE BRADSHAW .. . .. ...Secretary WINTZER MCNABB .. ...Vice-President DOROTHY RATLIFF . . .. . .Treasurer Sophomores! Our class was still large but it had decreased a little. Some few had dropped by the wayside. It was in this year that the talk of the New School Building was started, but talk was all that was accomplished. For our officers for this year we had: EDWARD MILLER . .. , ,, ,,Prcsident RAYMOND TONEY . . Vice-President MARY EMMA HENDRIX ,,,,,,, Secretary-Treasurer XVhen we became Juniors we felt sure we would not be molested by upper classmen, but the Seniors thought they were so much better than we were that they tried to 'boss" us. We decided to show them a few things. After having a "High School Carnival,', a "Beauty Contestn and numerous other things to raise money to give the Seniors a banquet, we decided to fool them by not giving it. f This years officers were: EVA KATE BOGARTW . , ,, ,,,, President WINTZER MCNABB . . . ViCC-PI'CSiClCr1L CHLOE ANNA JOHNSON Secretary-Treasurer On September 3, 1929 a group of sixty-one students entered Erwin High School as Seniors. These were the ones who had not been overcome by the waves of exams, drowned in the sea of matrimony or moved away. Our olhcers were: HIZWSON AUSTIN .. ,.,. , ,, President ROBBYE BRADSHAW .. .ViCC-PFCSMCDI ARCHIBALD MCINTYRE . ..Secrctary-'Treasurer November is a month we shall always remember, because it was then we moved into the beautiful New School Building when hope was almost gone. Now we are stepping out of the halls of our school known as the largest and one of the most brilliant classes this school has ever sent forth. Realizing that we are about to say goodbye, we are not sad, for we have determined not to make a farwell of it, but to meet again as men and women of the world. -M.L.B. PAGE 28 Last Will and Testament Know ye, that the Senior Class of Erwin High School, all being in good bodily health and of sound and disposing mind and memory, before we pass into the great beyond, pause to compile and publish this, our last and only will and testament. To our beloved faculty we most willingly bestow our good will and winning dispositions over which we have no control. We hereto will and bequeath the said articles on this specific day, May the sixteenth, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred and thirty, to-wit: I, Ishma Chandler, will my beautiful golden curls to Zelotes Rice. I, Edgar Fox, gladly give my loving disposition to Doran Ingram. I, Catherine Harrison, bequeath my enormous mouth to anyone wanting it. I, Paraleee Dean, leave my athletic attainments to Clara Evelyn Toney. We, Lillian Goforth and Chester Hensley, gladly will our graceful figures to the needy, namely, Mary Campbell and Albert Boyer. I, Anna Brown Lawson, bestow my dignity on Mary Smith. I, Rhea Lois Snapp, do relinquish my ability to write original themes to Mr. M0oney's English Class. I, Elmer Harvey, bestow, with my best wishes to Gene Beck, my ability as a football captain. I, Edwina Wing, will my ability to flirt in Classes to Rives Allred. I, Mark Hattan, do hereby will and bequeath my "hack"-ing, snorting cough to Clarence Witt. May he use same in Miss Goans' classes. I, Galena Parker, leave my sparkling blue eyes and black wavy hair to Wilburn Pickering. I, Bob Cunningham, will my enormous feet to Jack Huskins. I, Lillian Davis, regretfully will my weakness, falling for teachers, to Virginia Cook. I, Dorothy Ratliff, bestow my boyish ways and figure to one who needs them ITAOSI, namely, Bernard Penry. l, Elizabeth Thomas, bequeath my long tongue to Margaret Harvey. I, Lucille Bogart, leave my mathematical ability to Helen Scruggs. I, Nan Gillis, will my ability to cut study halls to Margaret Lovegrove. I, Helen Wattles, give my giggles to Milton Edwards. I, jewell McCall, will my baby face to Clifton Miller. I, Frances O'Brien, will and bequeath to Ruth Erwin my little red comb and brass compact, which ' have served me so faithfully for four years. I, Tom Howze, leave all my dramatic attainments to "Farmer', Booth. I, Sue Shelton, will my pep to Nellie Wright. I, Chloe Anna Johnson, bestow all my sarcasm on Mr. Parks' Latin Classes. I, Edward Miller, happily and without regret, relinquish my duties as editor of the "Nolichucky" to Raymond Dalton. I, Archie McIntyre, leave my ability to collect ring debts to some unlucky Senior of 1951. I, Ora Jones, give my ability to read the answers to questions in English to Gene Burrell. I, Robbye Bradshaw, will my "perfect silence" to Mr. Parks' future classes. We, Elizabeth Woodward and Paul Duncan, will our loving ability to jane and Fred. The remainder of the Senior Class will their Success as Seniors to the junior Class. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereunto set our seal on the sixteenth day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred and thirty. qsignedg CLASS or "so" -c.A.J. PAGE 29 Consummation Our High School :lays are ending, Vacation is clrawing nigh, Our hearts are fllezl with sadness, But "Be Gay" mast be our ery. We'1,'e struggled on and zipwaril, O'er temptations ami many trialx, While working ami striving always, To juni gooa' reuorils on the files. We entered our great long journey As Freshxmen, ignorant and green, Ami staggering through Latin and English, We mozintecl to Sopha'om serene. Anal then we eaine to he juniors, We were mighty jzroufl of it too, Our goal was now zlrawing nearer. We all hoperl its glories to view. Sure enough our days seeinezl shorter, Our aznhitions soared to the slay, At last we came to he Seniors, Ne'er hefore had our joy flowed so high But along with our joy mixed sorrow, .For High School nearly clone, Anal the sadness of parting mingled With the joy of success nearly won. -A.C PAGE 30 X , X I v HI 'fl ' i 'nqqyyy1NY1TXX13 '4 -Tyiilnu " A A 1 ,f'Z x X . X 11 1 5' 5 7 4..1Lj I. QULI SE J 3? V . M I - R ,, wi, flfil- - , yr: , A QW:--i'R - , , '.jA-f.Lt..-.i-' 1 E 'Si 1: i 5 -11 'gi'-iiil 331-ffl ASX 1 R iix-iii-M --- , T -- 11 X. 71 X. ,J 1' Tyr- -'K-y: X Q. ' i:.:i.1 -ll X-1-' X irx .,T--T'-f-'Qj1"7'i- 1111 -sl Xixr y 'H -'f 3 .N Ti L-K--M' , Mfsqi: XY'-f-W xi---Axfxp.-f -- '- x-..., --vgix 5 . J , , , N IM xi i - 4 - g-1:H f: - '1.i- i1?e wfi?1-MM Vx ,X Y,,Y - fx, ,fx,, Yi - p -fs A N. , -x mn -mmm Junior Class Motto: "We'll Find a Way or Make One." Howerz Red Carnation Colors: Red and Wlntc JODIE BROWN - - - - Prvsizlenl JUANITA GILBERT Vivo-l'I'cside11t ZELOTES RICE - Scgrefmfy THELMA FOWLER - - Tfeaxzzrer' HELEN SCRUGGS - ---- Rf-porfrr CLAUDYNE WEBB - Anlzzml RF1I7'CS!'IZfdff1f'C ROLL RIVES ALLRIZD WAYNE BANNISTER HESTER BARNETTE ELSIE BAXTER EUGENE BECK KIODIE BROWN MAGDALINE BROYLLS EUNICE BUCHANAN NELLE BUCRNER EUGENE BURRELL MARY CAMPBELL RAYMOND DALTON LILLIAN DENNIS VIRGINIA Doss MILTON EDWARDS RUTH ERWIN LILLIAN FARNOR THELMA FOWLER KIUANITA GILBERT ROY GOEORTH CARRIE GUINN LOIS HARVEY MARGARIQT HARVEY LONDON PIAYNES DALLAS HENSLEY MAUDE HIGGINS JACK HUSKINS RALPH MASTERS ARMETA MORLEY DOROTHY NEISER LEE NORRIS SUSIE NORRIS WILBURN PICKERING PAULINE QUISENBERRY ZELOTES RICE PAGE 32 CLARA LEE RIDDLL CLAIRA RUNION HELEN SCRUGGS MAUDE SHULL MARY SMITH HOWARD SNEYD BILLIE TILSON DORTHA TILSON LENA TINKER CLAUDYNE WEBB ELIZABETH WILKINSON NELL WHITE BERNARD PENRY ARNOLD WILLIAMS GLADYS WHITT LEATA WHITE NELL WRIGHT PAGE S3 Who's W Prettiest Girl - - Most Handsome Boy Most Popular Girl - Most Popular Boy - Cutest Girl - - Cutest Boy - - Most Athletic Girl - Most Athletic Boy - Most Sarcastic - - Most Conceited - Most Poetic - Most Talkative - Nicest Boy - Sweetest Girl - Most Original - - Best All-round Boy Best All-round Girl Most Intellectual Boy Most Intellectual Girl Most Sentimental - Most Unconscious - ho in the Junior Class PAGE 34 EUNICE BUCHANAN - - EUGENE BECK - HELEN SCRUGGS - EUGENE BECK - RUTH ERWIN - EUGENE BURRELL - ARMETA MORLEY - ZELOTES RICE - BERNARD PENRY - CLAUDYNE WEBB - MARY CAMPBEI,,L - VIRGINIA Doss - MILTON EDWARDS - - JO BROWN - MARY CAMPBELL - ZELOTES RICE - JO BROWN - ZELOTES RICE - JUANITA GILBERT - BERNARD PENRY - RUTH ERWIN ff 4 f W ii J f 27" f X f fzggm ,f5,5 'fVy f , if f' ? 2:ge5 Fw , , , W X ZJWT SQPHOMQRES Flower: Rose CLIVE BARE ,, SUE PARSONS ,,,,, e. Ferne Atchley Virginia Banner Irene Barnette Clive Bare Catherine Bergendahl Louise Brown Virginia Cacy Stanley Beckelheimer Janelle Carr Maude Davis Pearl Daugherty Frank Bogart Ernest Booth Albert Boyer Mabel Duncan Wilma Duncan Cecil Brummitt Sophomore Class Motto: "Not On the Heights But Climbing" Colors: Old Rose and Silvei ---- PV5'5idf'U! FLSIE PRICE H ,H S4'c'1'v1'ary-Trcagyn1p ,e,,,,,.,,..,,,,Vii'c'-Presiclrvzl EVELYN STACK , , Iltfpyyfty JUNIOR MILLER ,e,e ,...,,, A nuual Rcju'cxc11tufi1'v ROLL T. C. Cornett Ralph Crain Bud Dean Belle Edwards Lillian Ellis Ollie Duncan Clyde Foster Gladys Emmert Bill Howze Edith Erwin Doran Ingram Ruth Fox Allan Keplinger Doris Franklin Samuel Lewis Wave Franklin J. J. Lowe Motelle Gaby PAGE Hal Lucas J. Clifton Miller Edna Love Doyle Moore Tom Moore Margaret Lovegrove Elizabeth Lundy Aahmes Overton Hazel Mauk Garland Parsley Mary Moore Junior Parsley Jessie Lee Nucholls Staley Peake Sara Parclue Eugene Peters Sue Parsons Jack Pippin 36 Evelyn Stack Clifford Smith Enolia Stallard Oleana Stewart Kenneth Toney Ruby Stultz Kyle Vance Wenoah Tilson Edward Vogel Evelyn Widener Marvin Williams Genevieve Williams Mary Wolilford Clarence Witt Vernon XVomacli William Woodward Dora Yelton X 510, f fly ,C I 'KKK 4 7 K K ,ff if HU" Lfglqgwvmy 4 xx WWW 'H 'D X + ' Wf, ,,,,, f if XJ ff W X FM 5 S . X wx x V ximlllillll X U W !! X W ,ff f 5 ,ififfw ' QW 9 If I ff A ,A ll, ! If ff ff! NM 'las' ff 2172" If I X I ff ff 9 yy it A KA q A rf X X X ,EQ R X X Y W N 'X X X . pf Q A ,,71 W f W 4 rw' Lg X 32 'I X rx N Z . N A R I n ' r X in A2 T SX K X - f fi - N ,x 2 ff "93WHS?l'ly6Mb ' f F LW px X ' .X f ,f -133.5 BX' 3? NN 1 " ' ii? siitg X -'L-E-K, ,s tr xl' apr' V M1 - 1 H -5 2415 ff W N? 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MAC SAMS., ...... ,,,,,,,,,,, S e4'retu1'y-Trcus11rcr VIRGINIA COOK -------' ------f V if?-PH'SiffU11f JULIA BECK Y.,,..,,, ,,,,,,,,, A 111111111 Represeniative ROLL robert akers void deaton mildred johnson lydia taylor mary austin ruth dixon fred land rosa lee tinker ollie baker woodrow banks myrtle banner charles bare julia beck walter bowman r. bowman virginia boyd james bradshaw paul brown ray brown howard brian ray burgess mildred cash harriet cheek mary church nellie church alvin congdon virginia cook fred cunningham ollie may dobbins horace dover glenna doyle margaret duff alice early gladys edwards pauline edwards harry erwin gregory ewald frank harris berlin hixon fred honeycutt marie horn mamie hopson mary hunnicutt may belle ivy lester jankey hachita jones j. r. jones louise jones louise lewis ferne lilly joe love bill lundy willie lyle margaret lynch rymer mauk harry mc nabb albert miller lucillc miller lucy miller bertic lee neely lois neiser ben parsley patsy pedigo eddie peterson charles pippin howard ramsey beatrice rice charles ryburn PAGE 38 Clara evelyn toney shirley salyer don sams j. mac sams lura simmons lucille stack hamilton thomas daniel tittle madeline Warrick ben williams junior willis clmer wilson marguerite wohlford millicent wohlford beatrice yelton louise young cecil duncan edward mc curry dwight shelton floyd shelton worley shelton PAGE 39 X 'X ws .wi-W N Gui ' -, , Esghkxwg, M V..n.i.,ah.m ,l: fm , ggxigfzik. ,.. iw ,fN',c,.1lQ., '15, 'gs -, mga- L - , ,W 5Jfi:,.:fw ff" 'Q Q4-a2,,fq,, .. ba .. 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FORTUNE Music Club MOTELLE GABY LOIS HARVEY MADGE HOBBS FRED HONEYCUTT RUBY LITTLE MAR'fHA MASON DORTHY BARRLEY DOROTHY NEISEIR LOIS NEISER GALENA PARKER HILDA PARSONS PATSY PEDIGO BERNARD PENRY PAGE 42 Prvsirlelzff Vice-PI'c'sia'e11f Serrcfary-Trmszzrm' CLARENCE WITT BEATRICE RICE RUTH SMITH MARGARET SUBLETT ELEANOR VOGEL HELEN XVATTLES MILLICEN'f WOHLI-'ORD LOUISE HARRING'TON BEATRICE YELTON MARY HEADRICK VIRGINIA HENDRIX EUNICE BUCHANAN BUD DEAN l Booster Club "TOMMY" RATLIFF - - - Preszdent EDXVINA WING - - - - Virr-Presldmf ANNA BROWN LAWSON - - Sz'r1'cfur'y-T1'cas1u'cr VIOLA WOIILFORD - - Rt'lIfJTfCY EDXVINA WING JEWELI. MCCALL ANNA BROWN LAXVSON DOROTHY RATLIPF CATHERINE HARRISON VIOLA WOHLFORD PARALEE DEAN MEMBERS PAGE 43 ELIZABETH WILKINSON HELEN SCRUGGS RIVES ALLRED ARMETA MORLEY THELMA FOWLER VIRGINIA Doss RUTH ERWIN KWH Q , f Kfffx X QR Y 5 5 it Cf 3532 35 is sae r l A Eg- iff!! T fillili y ffmf . l L I T E RARY L The Johnsonian Literary Club - - - - P rexiff 1' all I-l1aL1zN XVA'r'1'L1as --------- ALLIQLN CATON - - - - Vifw-P1'r.viz1'4'11f AIEXVICLI, MCLC.NLl. - SVCI't'f1ll',j'-7lI'!'!lSIl!'i'l' LUCILl,li BOGART - - - Crifir' - Rc' fm Viz' 1' EVA BOGAR1 - The Columbia Literary Society EIUANITA GILBERT ------------- Ifrcxidmf MAUDPl SHUL1, - - - Virw-l'1'0.vi:f011f EUGENE Brick - - Sl'Cl'!'I'tIl',j'-Tl'l'HS7lITV DOROTHY NIiISIiR - - - Critic CLAUDYNE WEBB - - Rcjmrfcr The Literary Club RAYMOND DALTON --------- - - P1'f'sia'cn WAYNE BANNISTER - - Vive-P1'c'sir1c1zt JODIE BROXVN - - Sc'c1'0lm'y-Trcasurar MARY CAMPL-LLL - - - Rglygrfgy' ELNA HARRELL - Fm-nity Sponsor PAGE 44 The Literary Societies So broad is the field of English that we have found it impossible to include in the regular recitation periods the discussion of many important things other than those found in the literary texts. In order to enlarge our study, three classes in American and English Literature were organized into literary clubs early in the school year of 1929. The meetings of these societies are held semi-monthly during the regular English class periods on Monday. The programs are planned by program committees which are appointed at each meeting, approved by the faculty advisor, and given by members of the society. The president presides at all the meetings and directs all procedure. All ofhcers save the critic serve for one semester. A new critic is elected every month in order that more members may have the opportunity of learning the art of criticism. Various topics are discussed and the meetings have served to arouse the enthusiasm of the members concerning the great authors and their works of hction, poetry, drama, and modern short stories, as well as ancient and modern history. Magazines in the school library afford material for talks on various current topics. Debates on subjects of interest at the present time are frequently given. All members of the societies must appear on the program a certain number of times each semester and are graded on their manner of presentation. Those in the school who are not members of the three literary clubs learn of the programs and works of the societies through attractive posters which are made and placed on the bulletin board by the program committees. It is the duty of the reporters of the clubs to see that all meetings are given publicity through "The Yellow Jacketf, the high school paper. The literary society fulfills a need of the high school student. It teaches him the procedure of parliamentary law, it creates an interest in current eventsg it helps the pupil to become familiar with the best magazines of the day, it enables him to speak the English language correctly and to become aware of his errors in the use of grammarg it teaches him the aft of criticismg it creates an interest in regular classroom work by varying its programg and it helps the student to have self-control and to express his ideas before other people. The spirit manifested by the members of the three literary clubs has been excellent. The students have shown much interest in the work of the societies and, for the most part, have responded to all requests that have been made of them. We feel that a step forward has been made through the organization of these clubs and that as we gain in experience, a very decided benefit will be derived from them. PAGE 45 Jokes Prof. Stone Qto Paperhangerj :-"Who told you to put that paper in my room?" Paperhanger:-"Your wife, sir." Prof Stone:-f'Hmmmm, rett isn't it?,' P Yi Chester:-"I've had a hard life. At the age of eighteen I was left an orphan." Ishmzlz-'iwhat did you do with it?" Prof. Rule:-"Do you know, Jim, I can judge most girls by their clothes?" Prof. Mooney:-"Well, how about that one over there." Prof. Rule:-"Insufficient evidence." Archie:-"Mark, arenit ou craz about bathin beauties?" Y Y 3 Mark:-"Dunno, never bathed any." It may not be proper etiquette to use opera glasses at a musical show, but it shows good form. Buddy:-"Sweetheart, we are coming to a long tunnel. Are you afraid?,' Miss Goans:-"Not if you'll take that cigarette out of your mouth." Edwina QReading in Latinj :-'iNec mihi aim dulci patriam!" Feminine voice from rear:-l'Neck me now, sweet papa!" Zelotes:-"I don't see why having your car overhauled should be such a depressing experience." Gene:-"You don't, eh? Well, it was overhauled by a motorcycle cop." Bernard:-K'How did you find yourself after last night's party?" Bill Woodward:-"Oh, I just looked under the table and there I was." Mrs. Shultz:-'QDO you suffer with rheumatism?" Prof. Price:--"Certainly, what else could I do with it?" Miss Tucker Qafter linishing lessonj :-"Does anyone have a question?" Mark:-"Yes'm, how high is the north pole?" Sue fat bridge partyj-"Well, Jewell, I believe you are about to lose your prowess." Jewell:-"Shhh, not so loud. Give me a pin." PAGE 46 FL ATHLETICS ww A If , Kb Q IW Sllmklxx 'W KPK JL I xxlm 2 W jlq 54 M I !! QV v yi: k f X X Wm. Q Q jk 5 XA jjxff B Q Y fa 1 ww MLX ff ff X0 7 1 I X K, E MYVWK W H WW' v fig-A fx R 3 L f IXQRX ,, rw Q i , lff!flHfM' Af ING N X 1 HH 'Q +1 MIX f X-Wrlhmm K M MUWIII' '4YW'f5i'x1li xb , WH, ' I 5 Nl f 'M' 1'1l1wl1la x'H f f ' II , l nyww' I I lx WW' Xxxxssx XFXNSX 5 g I M,'lfffffwmiffM ' UM A QV! MMM XMI ' ,T N Lu I3 V I, ! SNWXX if 4 ' - I G HW if 2 1 l N .. Hill 'f' ' f f ff 'i ff' A ? :QI G-I 'L P U' kd..-' 0 va .A X gl 0 ' fl K L3 my . X-Z, I 1 A I xxxxxwxxx , Q I 4' Q X X xx. ,W l -,S jflffdvm ?-l' gif I Mu MXXXXX FXXXX Vf!,,ffffJ,! I ,Nw - Xxxx UM ...."Q fi "" ' ' MZ EE 1 . fs,-s N l g: li ' xwbfm fmmv QS-gi WX X MN -23.51 2 1,3 X ,- Q 1-.if E-Q E "Usa - me JE- fW"i'Ig" In R - E N X ' f'l A mm Q UKCKQ X A V ' N15 ix. JAMES C. RULE E JAMES I. MOONEY SSES R. W. MQCLARY S JACK RYBURN BEN PARSLEY CHESTER HENSLEY EUGENE PETERS GEORGE ELLIS RAY BURGESS JACK SHERER EVERETTE HOWZE ALBERT BOYER HEWSON AUSTIN INxnbaH Squad ROBERT SNYDER C0 rfc' b Asxixl 1111 I Coach OLLIE DUNCAN , ,, MLIIIIIQII Asxixfzznf Couch ISI-IMA CHANDLER A ,,,,,,,,, Axxixhmf Aillllllgtl , Asxis1antConrh T. C. CORNETT, , ,, Asxixi 1111 I Nfrllfzlgml SQUAD ELMER HARVEY Caplain EDGAR FOX CHARLES BAXTER EDMOND CONGDON ZELOTES RICE RALPH MASTERS CLARENCE WITT JUNIOR WILLIS ERNEST BOOTH VOID DEATON PAUL DUNCAN PAGE 48 WILBURN PICKERING JUNIOR PARSLEY BEN WILLIAMS BUD DEAN GARLAND PARSLEY SAMUEL LEWIS EDWARD VOGEL ARCHIBALD MCINTYRE WILLIAM WOODWARD ,.. Us ,f "N -' . - .' I - A 41: 5' " - - 'Wal JZQCQ . I' X , 3 ' g . A - ug Q ' '- 'J' J fs qc wg, A az-a K wr gr Sf' 'Q' M B Avshm , a M. . . WT? ,-MFENCK Q 1 ,m - if .- V - r- 1- A. I gf' 5 'Q 5 , -, 6 gk 4 2 h K-,nz 4 f 4rS'i, RACE-Lauren Qu , ff-, x , N ,,,. ,' if " 1 ' g . gp Q A N , ' ' R I ' Eau:-pw, 'x 1, fy ' E' W . Q , f N H ' fW.D.,.,,, U md' W W? A t my. '.,'-",x,iN.,,3i'jg?k .H-J .,, . -P - J. J , f'i3gxQ4-.351 ,H .g s ' xg 5 l 353' J ' h. Duncan Qwwn ' ,if V' - , , Pfmfmf, H L.,,f.U, 5 T., gm Q ' Q., B ' . ' IV . .--f11.w,.+,- 4' ' ""?'g'h'WrXf, ' ,, . - if TH ' ' "" i ., 5. . .,:,, "L ,Y i K ,. ff fgsfbgil, ' Q -f Q 1-1, ,- A Mnlrgpj. 1-news ,fmsnel -GWWD PAGE 49 Personnel Elmer "Hoss" Harvey, captain of the team, was its most valuable player. He played a consistent game, making every run count, and placing every punt on the very spot he wanted to. Gene Beck, captain-elect for 1930, was a consistent plunger, gaining yardage every time a gain was needed. When Gene smashed the line for a gain, he ordinarily made it. Rice was a big cog in the grid machine at center. He played the pivot position with great skill. His only slip was losing his pants in the Elizabethton game. "Red" Duncan was a powerful link in the line chain, always keeping his man out on the defensive and breaking through on the offense. Chester Hensley, the big two hundred pound guard, was a regular battering ram, stopping the opponents in their tracks. Howze showed his skill always. He was a tower of strength in the line, stopping advances dead still, and chasing through like a demon on the offensive. Masters held his position as tackle in a very capable manner. He was a hard hitter and a vicious rackler. Edmond Congdon was a bulwark of defense at either guard or tackle, playing a clean, hard game. ':Andy" Ellis, the fast stepping end, was a menace at all times to the opposing teams. He would snare a pass and be across the goal line before the opponents knew what had happened. On the other end was Q'Farmer" Booth. He played throughout the season with a smileg the smile caught the opponents off their guard, "Farmer's', hit took them off their feet. Wfitt, our little triple threat halfback, could twist through a line like a corkscrew. He was a valuable man, indispensable to the team. "Sump" Austin was a very valuable reserve who showed up splendidly when called upon. Void Deaton, a sturdy half, was a fast runner in every instance, especially his 60-yard dash in the Elizabethton game for our only touchdown. Pickering, a valuable reserve half, played wonderfully. He came to the team's aid at every opportunity. PAGE 50 ' Resume of the Football Season The football season of 1929 at Erwin High School may be considered a great success. Much credit is due both the coaching staff for developing so little experienced material into a winning team, and to the boys who composed this team for their fight and loyalty. The first game of the season was played here with Newport. Although outsiders did not think Erwin High had a football team, they stepped out to win 25 to 0. Captain Harvey and Beck shared the scoring honors. Jefferson City proved to be no more trouble than just the formality of the game, Erwin winning by the one-sided score of 47 to 0. The lowly substitutes gained and scored at will while replacing the first team. ln their first foreign invasion of the season, the team from Erwin High clearly outplayed the strong Bristol, Tennessee Team, but had to be content with a scoreless tie. Harvey showed the Bristol fans some real stepping. This was the nearest any Erwin team has come to winning on the Bristol field. At Elizabethton, the Yellow Jackets had a very close call, while playing probably their worst game of the season. It was not until late in the last quarter that Denton intercepted a pass and ran 60 yards for a touchdown, and Harvey hit the line for the extra point. Then the Erwinites could breathe freely. This enabled us to bring home a 7 to 6 victory. Wliile defeating New Market 34 to 0, the regulars gave way to the "second- stringersn in a good part of the game. The whole team played well, holding the opponents so that at no time during the fray was our goal threatened. Greeneville, the next opponent to visit us, was reported to have a very strong team, but they left us with the short end of a 20 to 0 score. The ends continually smeared the visitors' plays. The half ended without any scoring, but in the last half Greene- ville was completely out of the picture. Mountain City next brought a team here which had not been defeated in Ten- nessee in two years, and were very confident of another victory. The Yellow Jackets began stinging early, and swept them off their feet at the start. After plowing down the field through the line, a pass from Beck to Harvey brought the touchdown. The game ended with no further scoring and Erwin on top, 7 to 0. The game at Kingsport is the only dark spot on Erwin High's record this season, the boys from the Magic City, winning 19 to 6. After the Yellow Jackets had gotten off to a good start, scoring their touchdown first, Kingsport took advantage of the breaks to win. Petie Siler's tricky team from Morristown was the next on Erwin's schedule, and were disposed of by the score of 7 to 0. This game was full of thrills, especially when the Erwin line distinguished themselves by holding the visitors on the one yard line for four downs. This victory completed the job of revenging all of last year's defeat. Then in THE game of the season, played during a snowfall, the Jackets rolled Johnson City on the muddy sod. The score of 7 to 0 does not, by far, tell the whole story of the overwhelming victory, for Erwin continually gained and scored two more touchdowns which were called back, while Johnson City could not advance the ball further than the 50-yard line. Harvey, Duncan, Ellis, Hensley and Austin are lettermen who will be missed from the Erwin High Team next year, as they graduate this year. However, these men will be remembered through the following years for their deeds and the glory they heaped upon themselves and Erwin High School along with their teammates. Pace Sl Boys' Basketball Team ROBERT SNYDER Coach ELIXIER HARVEY - - Cajnfazu PAUL DUNCAN ----- ------ M annger ARCHIBALD MCINTYRE XVILBURN PICKERING GEORGE ELLIS ELMER HARVEY ZELOTES RICE BEN PARSLEY ERNEST BOOTH EUGENE PETERS GARLAND PARSLEY PACE 52 ', ,. I QW g , 1 ,W l X W! Mtgsfvfx JQJJIW ? I V! ff!! , X' I' ,I A 'j M J ff JJ ff' fl V' J, fi! 'V fl np! 't fx f ' ' pf f A CffwjU7fM"' E 44 if T A f ff '1 f.w', I f ' ! 4. ' CQWWJM Mil, Alf, l fjcffff M ff f , aff' ,aLffffJ7f4 1 Girls' Basketball Team iw J 1 JIM MOONEY X ,frk , Coach We mf' , EUE SHELTISN - ' Aiapfain 4-jtgu- OROTI-IY - - - anugcr K W1 M IRliNI?BARNETT1-. CL,ARA VANCE ' 'X ll , A 41 I A .1 DORIS FRANKLIN MARY XVOHLIFORD YJJLWJ , fy ' , ARMETA NIORLEY CATHERINE HARRISON XIIRGINIA BOYD MARGUERIT12 WOHLIVORD PARALEE DEAN NAN GILLIS BEATRICE YELTON MILLICENT WOHI.I-'ORD JULIA BECK ELIZABETH LUNIJY BEATRICE RICE VIRGINIA COOK f if wily Mf SUE SHELTON ELIZABETH WIILKERSON 0 ,J DOROTHY RATLIFF DOROTHY MCNABB ,Ana Mascot PAGE 53 K 1 11141113 2:3 Lui 1 1111211311 1 1 ix: 1 iiuimimcpn 3131:111Ziiepxiixinizixifxiziciin DONORS G59 NATHAN GINSBERG L. L. WAGNER E. W. KOENIG D. J. GRASON ABIE O'REILLY BROOKE SMITH XV. A. STARRITT A. QI. WIDENER ISAAC ROSENBERG G. A. MASENGILL H. S. TURNER HARRY BAUGHMAN LILLIAN EATON ISHMA GILDENSTERN ERNIE ROWE "TOMMY" RATLIFF T. C. HENSLEY V. E. KENT E. M. VOGEL BILLY PARSONS MRS. S. E. HUNTER A. SCOTCHMAN MRS. R. W. LAWSON ELNA HARRELL ROBERT SNYDER T. R. KEYS IDA RIPLEY JOE WHITE BUFFALO BILL MIKE AND IKE HANS KATZENJAMMER FRITZ KATZENJAMMER ini- lo 2 01411 10:01 n 0:01-01 ui zu:- n:u:n1n:n :ui 1-:mis xxx:-f'1an1mw:4n:fn U II Q U I U I U ! U U ! 11111520 zmzoiozuz- L 1 1 iuioioinz 1 ..i DU RABILITY ECONOMY SMOOTHNICSS BEAUTY AND COMFORT --are the Outstanding features of the New Chevrolet Six fr Economical Transportufftl - ,A - Le., LQ-1EVROLEj X sHELL.w1LLs CHEVROLET COMPANY Inc. Sales and Service ERWIN - TENN. ,F ,,... ,,.,,,-- in 3 in 1411010101014 1 1111 COOK'S Sodas, Candies, Sandwiches, Cigars, Tobaccos v PHONE 269 ERWIN - TENN. Amie' Crmfzfv Your lIi'uilt11m1'im'.v Honey Krust Bread AT ALI. GOOD GROCFRS Taste the Milk and Honey Grocers Baking Go. JOHNSON CITY TENN. BENNETT BRGTHERS ATWATER KENT Quality Meats and Groceries SCREENGRID OAS, TIRES ANJJ Acicussokllfs CAROLINA AND OPIZKISKA sr. ERWIN - TENN. -'VOIUITIC -Tone The Home of Good -Selectivity FURNITURE ' A. R. Brown and Boyd-DeArmOnd Company Furniture GO. Undertakers - Embalmers QUAHTY PRICE SERVICE PHONE 400 ' -. -1T-011111110211loin:-fixif1 1 in-iniuznr:oiU:fri-11-1n:1w,.-111411 SOUTHERN CHARLEY ICE CREAM CO. CARGILLES M Mfzkwfs of Southern Maid M Ice Cream JOHNSON CITY JQHNSGN CITY TENN. TENN. HOLSTON SMALL LOAN COMPANY Money for All Household Needs Ok-9 Prompt and Confidential Service me 215 SO. MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 212 Quintaioiuioiozoioz-11:111 1 -: 1 1 1 1rio:uzoioiozozoin1 FIR T TATE BANK CAPITAL STOCK 335,000.00 000 471 On Savings 089 ERWIN, TENNESSEE X ,LX E I1 401 ? Q3 A 91 X If " HAI, hp WHT' itil 'I ns Tu: urns mms THAT TFLL 3 "Amid Cottages and Palaces . through Erwin I roam, Be it ever so Humble INSURIS Home Sweet Homef, v Toney Insurance Co. INCORPORATED 105 SOUTH MAIN STREET A Nit'C, Clgdll ERWIN - TENN TUSCULUM COLLEGE, Greeneville, Tenn. Wonderful mountain scenery, standard curricula, ex- ceptional faculty, strong professional and business courses, moderate expenses, fully accredited, Wholesome Christian in- fluences. Just the place to send your son or daughter for broad and cultural education. Send for cafzzlog. C. O. GRAY, PRESIDENT 14101 141 1 1 1 1: 1 in: is 1 zo101010inzngninxzoiniozni x2o:ngn3o1o1u1c11i 2111011111110141203ozoguiucboxuxozoi 1 1 xii 1 zozu3u1o3-xiui 3 in 'zu14nzuioioirrioiuioioiuin KORNER W DRUG CO. Sodas Sandwiches - Prescriptions Beauty of line and outstanding performance make the New Ford a "value far above the price." Erwin Auto Sales Co. Erwin Shoe Shop Qualify Service' B. I.. RUNION No. 208 MAIN 3 1 as 3 I-ivwil:3u1n1mx:u1o1o1o3xi QUAIL COFFEE Sold to Independent Stores Only H ICKEY- McCORKLE- HACKNEY CO. INC. WHOLESALE GROCERS We distribute this coffee from nine stores in Tennessee North Carolina and Virginia THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO. Motor Repairs, Contractors and Supplies PHONE 73 JOHNSON CITY, TENN. Mary Moore:-"Did I ever show you the place Where I hurt my hip?" lid Vogel:-"No.', Mary:-"Good, then we'll drive over there." SAYS YOU! THE , BAILEY, DUNCAN, BAILEY "Ab" I-Iaskett Chas. Delicious Sandwiches, Short Orders, Hot Coffee, Cold Drinks H. V. JOHNSON, PROP. THE COVER FOR THIS ANNUAL WAS The David J. Molloy Co. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS CRE A TE D B Y 1 illiliillilIilllllillillillillihi .,,,,,,,,,,,,. MILLIGAN COLLEGE H. J. DERTHICK, PRESIDENT MILLIGAN COLLEGE, TENN. Milligan College is an institution with:-A rich traditiong n unique history, ideal location, wholesome Christian atmosphere, standard courses in Science, Philosophy, Educa- tion, Religion. Courses in Business, Expression, Music, Home Economics, adequate and efficient teaching staff, clean and vigorous athletics, inter-collegiate forensics. Opportunities for young ministers: aid for honor graduates of standard high schools: new equipment: delightful climate, select student body. Write for literature QFTEIR HIGH gOOI.EAtten:l the The Lowry Fruit Co. 0 nson IW usmess 1Nc.oRvonAT1an College Wholmlc Balm in mn MARKET ST. JOHNSON CITY . . Sta d d Accred't d B .' . C , Free Fruits, Vegetables, Candies n ar Employfnint SZ1.n,e:,,,,,iff',rSeS GYOCCYS, SIDCCTHIIQICS The Business School for high school grad- uates. Summer Session, call at school. PHONE 5105 Write, or phone 88 for information. JOHNSON CITY - TICNNICSSEE I. R. THORNBERRY A - - Registrar SUMMERS HARDWARE COMPANY WHOLESALE ONLY Hardware, Cutlery, Sporting Goods, Stoves, Ranges, Paints, Varnishes, Farm Imple-ments, Building Materials. Railroad,lMill, Mine, Electrical, Water Works, and Plumbing and Heating Supplies. American Boilers and Radiators. Apex Radios. EQUIPMENT DEPARTMENT Office Equipment for City, County, State and National Insti- tutions. Stores and Oflices, Schools, Factories and Garages. Barn Equipment and Dairy Supplies. 101 ii in 1: 1 3 rio: iioioioioiuiu is 1 iiuinioioi aiu: 11021 1 if111101011111ii:yioiuioiogipinii14vioioim10303031xiuiuioioio "Red Band" is Bound to Bake Perfectly! Vg Every batch of RED BAND FLOUR ttf is success-insured. Our own laboratory W-X E analyzes every shipment of Wheat to B Im make sure it has just enough glurens and Q -J starches. The flour, itself, is tested again and again i l All for food-value, fineness, quality. - f But not until it meets the greatest test of u all-that of actual baking, is it allowed to 1 I leave the mill! 3 ' MODEL MILL COMPANY, INC. DOSSER Cldgfffilislgh BROTHERS LAUNDRY The Woman's Store CORPORATION Manufacturers of ICE from pure distilled water Your v V Solicits Patronage Clinclafiela' Coal a Specialfy HIGH CLASS LAUNDRY BEST OF SERVICE JOHNSON CITY P v HONE 170 TENN- ERWIN - TENN. 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