Varina High School - Varinian Yearbook (Richmond, VA)
- Class of 1930
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Behitatsh tn jlllliss jlilotlep
XVe, the Class of 1930, wish to express in this
small way our gratitude to Miss Maude B. Mot-
ley, who by her wise judgment and faithfulness
to us, has won our sincere admiration.
THE ANNUAL YEAR BOOK
SENIOR CLASS OF VYARINA HIGH SCHOOL
Volume NO. 8
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l2sFirst day of school Quo order in the classroomsb.
20-First meeting of Junior League.
27-Annual committee meets. NVE MUST HAVE AN ANNUAL!!
4-Junior League Meeting. 'We initiate the "Ratsl'.
18-Glee Club "Weenie" roast.
25-Election of Yearbook Staff.
31-Chuck and Edwin learn to use a vanity case-Miss Motley instructor.
5-Chinese Magician visits Varina-"PRUNE FIZH ! !!
27-Holiday for Thanksgiving begins.
Z8-junior League Conference-Katherine VVins Prize for having the Big
6-Basketball boys go to Ashland-Mr. Baker LOSES his switch key!!
7ABasketball boys win second in District C!
20-Senior Class presents "Holy Grail".
Z1-jan, 2-CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.
22-Basketball game with Highland Springs. Ask "'Slim" about the SUB
31-They're over-'AHAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN!"
5-Renwick walks back to school for his FORGOTTEN FORD!!
6-We all get our 'tBeauty" snapped.
Zl-"Colonial Days". ,
22-Basketball game with Wlest Point-XYE VVIN ! !!
-"A Night W'ith The Queenu.
-The Blue Birds and Varina take a holiday.
28-Home Economics Banquet.
8-Senior Play, "Apple Blossom Time".
15-Annual goes to press! "A Sigh of Relief".
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NAME Honnv FAVORITE SONG FAvo ITE EXPRESSION AIM IN LIFE w
Irene Amory Silence Painting the Clouds "I dunno" To he everybody's
with Sunshine friend ,
Bernice Bowis Flirting Turn on the Heat A'WlIoopee" To have a good time
Renwick Hall Teasing Stepping Out XVith "For gosh sakes" To be a comedian
Helen Garnett Eussing Sonny Boy "Stop nown To be a boss 2E'16P
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Sinclair Redford Buying candy Let Me Call You "Oh, Maryl' To be a scientist
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Edwin Moore Talking to the girls Hello Baby "'Well l'll be in To see the world
Virginia Eberly Teasing Should I? "I can't stand boys' To find one "good'l 'b
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Mann Harrison Developing his horse Long, Long,Trail 'Al forgot" To juggle and jig
Mary Pearman Falling for Scientists Love Me "Uh Shaw" To fall in love V
Ernest Lipford Visiting the junior l'll Take Lulu "lt wasn't me, Miss Not to be a bachelor!
Roscoe Yeary Basketball Oh Katherina tOkay' 'l o be a bachelor
Ruth Munro Singing Love Has Made A ' My gracious" To live in Charles
Gypsy Out of Me City
Lucile Frayser Talking All That l'm Ask- t'And as l was say- To loaf!
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Nellie Bowsher Reading movie mag- The Desert Song "1sn't he darling P" To be an actress
Edward Saxby Taking blondes out Keep Your Sunny 'Cheekn To go in the auto
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Johnnie Jedinak Helping Mr. Baker Oh Xl hat a Pal VVas ' lint-Listeniw To be a "RIG 7
MARY business man
Imogene Morgan Ioking l'1n On A Diet "Aw gowann To fall off
Henry T6PDer Trying to be funny Turkey in the Straw "Huh P" To be a farmer
Thelma Garrett Baby talk If 1 Had a Talking ' For goodness sakes" To travel
Picture of You '
Ernest Moore Trying to work Fm Looking for a "Oh Yeah P" To be an aviator I
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Grace Vanderoef Reading The Prisoner's Song "Oh My Goshu To be an UGOODU
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CLARA DAY .,...., .,.. . ., ....,..,,...... ,.,,......, ..........,...... P 1' esident
GEORGE Mossy .,.,........ .,.......... V ice-President
EIILDA XVHITLOCK ..,. ,,.,.,. . ,, ., .,,,., Secretary
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BILLY BATCHELOR ........,,, ,,....,...,.......,..,,,,,,,,,..... V ice-President
MARY BISCHOFF ,,....,..,.,.. .... .,.,,,.,. S e cretary and T1'ea.vm'er
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FRANCES BROWN ............,..., A..AAA ..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
MICHAEL CAWTHORNE ..........., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,A,,,
MARGARET ENROUGHTY YY,Y,,,.,.,....,...,...,,...........,.........,.,,,.,....,..., ,,.,,,,,........,,.,,.,, S ecretary
Section B: Mlss DRINKER, Spam-or
EUNICE CHILDRESS .......... ....,........,A.,..,.,.,..,...,.,...,,,.,..,.,,...
IXDDIE DRINKER ..,,,,,,,.,...,,... ..,A.....,...........,..,..,.,,.....,,,,
JOSEPHINE LAMMEY .,,,...,
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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The Seventh Grades gave an assembly program on February 21 in honor
of VVashington's Birthday. Sketches of the events and achievements of Wash-
ington's life were given by ten pupils. A play, 'Aln Colonial Days", was pre-
sented. The scene was laid at St. Mary's, Virginia, in 1746. George VVashington,
a boy of fourteen was portrayed by Bruce Rennie. Other characters of the play
were: Frieda Adickes, Alma Becker, Charles Cochrone, Helen Pollard, Elizabeth
Hill, Willie XValton and many other boys and girls from neighboring plantations.
The stage properties and costumes, which were either heirlooms of Colonial
days or reproductions, were made or loaned by the pupils. The dances were the
Virginia Reel and Minuet and the songs were those of the Colonial period. The
entire program was a project on Colonial life. The stage properties were made
under the direction of Miss Bertha Beazley, teacher of Manual Arts in the Junior
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FIVE POINT PUPILS
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Rose Lee Wagner
HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
The requirements for the Honor Roll are: perfect attendance, an average of
001, on all subjects and satisfactory conduct.
Pupils who have been on the Honor Roll every month:
Doris Hill Louise Shomaker
Helen Pollard Elizabeth Hill Dorothy Nance
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Pupils who have been on the Honor Roll one month or more:
Mary Frances Charlton
Pupils Banking regularly in School Savings:
Annie Grubbs A
james Lafein .
Mary Frances Charlton
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The Junior High School has its own library. 171 new books have been added
this year, the money having been raised by the pupils.
There are 322 volumes. of fiction and 265 volumes for reference work con-
sisting of history, biography, travel, poetry, science readers and encyclopedia.
During the year 1,485 books have been read by the pu-pils.
The work of cataloguing the books, mending books, and the manual work
connected with the library has been done by the pupils.
Mrs. Kirby is the librarian.
The Junior High School of Varina gratefully acknowledges the gift of a
large number of books and four pictures for our Library which were sent by
Each room of the Junior High School is organized as a club having its
officers and committees, such as Health, Civic, Social, Program, Athletic, etc.
Some excellent work has been accomplished by the clubs.
This spring a 'iClean Up Campaign" is being carried throughout the school-
emphasizing cleanliness in every phase of life.
Club members are doing all they can to improve the personal appearance,
beautifying their surroundings, and being more courteous and considerate of
The pupils of the Junior High School are much interested in athletics. The
activity period each day is given over to exercise, games, contests, etc. In the
Field Day of 1929 our Junior High School won out in many of the events and
we are planning to win more this year. The Athletic Meet for the Elementary
Grades will be held at Varina May 9. The Contests, Relays, track events, etc.,
will be held in the morning.
In the afternoon, the May Queen will hold her court, and the pupils of all
schools m the District will entertain with songs and Folk Dances.
The music will be in charge of Miss Mary Byrd Bledsoe, who teaches music
in the Junior High School and who will direct the singing for May Day. The
Junior High School pupils will choose the May Queen from the Five Point pupils
of this building,
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A rhyme is a rhyme
XVhether old or new.
So with a rhyme we invite you
Our pages to view.
XVe've all worked together
To see what we could do
To make this animal better-
VVe'll leave the rest to you.
JUNIOR LEAGUE NEws
XYe have been doing some real league work this year. Every grade in our
building has its own league. NVe meet regularly once each week. Here we dis-
cuss and meet our problems. Every child is a link in the junior League Chain,
A chain is no stronger than its weakest link. Therefore, every child has an
incentive to be a better citizen.
Our school is very fortunate in being able to pride itself in the possession
of such a lovely radio.
We have heard and enjoyed the series of radio concerts prepared especially
for school children by Vlialter Danxrosch.
Edgar Allen Poe says, "lt is hard to discover a better method of education
than that which experience of so many ages has evolvedg and this may be summed
up as consisting in gymnastics for the body and music for the soul."
Our grades are putting more emphasis on music appreciation than ever
before. VVe have several victrolas and a new supply of educational records.
Everybody loves the weekly song class. And should anyone happen to be
passing by he would more than likely hear the familiar strains of "Old Virginia"
or "Polly XYolly Doodlef'
VVe are greatly indebted to our faithful and untiring pianist, Mrs. Thimsen.
VVe can live without fishes,
VVe can live without hooks,
But our boys and girls
Cannot live without books.
Each grade is the proud possessor of its own library. These books are a
part of the ch1ldren's very lives. Theylre their playmates as well as their teachers.
A number of new books have been added to each library during the year.
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VVe are putting that very little song into tpractice, and we are learning some
excellent lessons in thrift. The following children are banking regularly every
Low FIRST GRADE
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Robert Lee Buissett
Florence Throckmorton George Repass
Elsie Mae Meredith
J. S. Bland
Virginia Kent Oswalt
HIGH FIRST GRADE
Rosa Mae Beasley
Howard Wade, Jr.
Hallie Vaughan Rennie Mary Elizabeth Wrenn
Jessie Ray Parrish
Mary Louise Buissett
Norma Lee Finnigan
Ida Mae Buissett
James Estes Stonemai
Mary Agnes Repass
George Shaw, Jr.
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John Tepper Mary Skubon Ida Throckmorton
Earl Throckmorton Susie Wallo Lottie Silva
Raymond ThrockmortonWalter Buissett Arthur Silva
Josephine Hanvy Bernard Childry Harry Steinruck
Martha Duff Ralph Johns John Wallo
Pearl Johnson Paul Raettig Lessie Childress
FIVE POINT CHILDREN FOR SESSION
George Repass, Jr. Florence Barlow Dorothy Beasley Hubert Yeary
Virginia Ferguson Bassett Harrison Alberta Kohl Mary Elizabeth Wrenii
Isabelle Bland Alice Hill Anne Buker Elsie Mae Meredith
Hurst Eberly Leverte Norford Jessie Ray Parrish Stanley Lindsay
Bernard Davenport Marvin Jester Nora Oliver
James Estes Stoneman Thelma Shomaker Aliese Golding Ernest Moore
Lewis Throckmorton Roberta Norford Bernice Whitlock
Walter Buissett Mike Wallo Lewis Parrish Raymond Throckmorton
Bernard Childry Elizabeth Lawson Harry Steinruck Mary Agnes Repass
John Shomaker Frank Johnson
The following children have been on the Honor Roll every month since the
beginning of school in September.
, Dorothy Beasley Gertrude Noriord
Irene Belknap Virginia Ferguson Alice Hill Mary Elizabeth Wren
BIG MOMENTS IN LITTLE LIVES
Baling waste paper to sell for Library books.
VValter Da1nrOsch's radio program.
VVeekly Song Class.
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Moving Picture Day.
Having pictures taken by a real photographer.
Junior League Program.
REVELS OF THE FIRST GRADE
TULIP CHORUS .....,.....,............................................,..,,,. Jack Reams, William Canfield and Chorus
SHADOW DANCE ,,,.........,,,,,,...,..,....,....... .............................,.......................... V ernelle Throckmorton
RECITATION-My Shadow ................... ......................................................... G ladys Aigner
TTANSEL AND GRETEL DANCE ....,....... ...................,....,,.,,...,.......................................,,,,,,..,,,,,..,,..,......,..... C horus
THE LILAC TREE-SOHg .,,..........,..... ................,,......,,,.....,,,,, J ack Reams and William Canfield
'TALKING PICTURE ......,..,,,...........,........................ Elizabeth Arnall, Aline McNally and Chorus
TULIP AND TALKING PICTURE CHORUS-Gladys Aigner, Marie Norford, EvelyII Lawson,
Rosa Mae Beasley, Dorothy Beasley, Rebecca Allen, Mae Reed, Mae McCauley, Roberta
Purks, Susie Meredith, Juanita Fadley.
HANSI-:L AND GRI-ITEL CHORUS-ITEHC Purks, Mary V. Lawso1I, Virginia Kent Oswalt,
Mildred Estes, Mary Davenport, Juanita Fadley, David Ferguson, Laurence Cullingsworth,
Clyde Jackson, George Repass.
Low FIRST GRADE-Miss Margaret Kelly, Teacher
Robert Lee Buissett
Laurence Cullin sworthErnest Jenkins
Rosa Mae Beasley
Virginia Kent Oswalt
FIRST GRADE-MTS. C. C. Abernathy, Teacher
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SECOND GRADE-Miss Mabel Barrett, Teacher
Alice Hill Hubert Dulaney Elsie Mae Meredith
Raymond Jenkins Mary Nelson Durrette Thomas Moore
Alberta Kohl Gladys Eacho Charles Lee Monahan
Madeline Latham Jack Elliot Billy Nettles
Mary Louise Buissett Virginia Ferguson Edward Raettig
Anne Buker Norma Lee Finnigan Emma Schultz
Edward Bulheller Kenneth Fussell
OVERFLOW ROOM, SECOND GRADE-Miss Hilda VVar
Karl Black Hurst Eberly Nora Oliver
Oscar Caldwell Pearl Henderson Jessie Ray Parrish
Bernard Cutright Hettie Hollins Helen Pridgen
Bernard Davenport Marvin Jester John Pavlovich
Bernard Dotson Stanley Lindsay Mike Pavlovich
Hudgins Eberly Edward Norford
Menalie Beaver Edward Covington Joe Ernest
Edward Canheld Virgil Cutright XVilliam Hollins
VVesley Charles Ellen Dickman Josephine Jenkins
Mary Elizabeth VVrenn
THIRD GRADE-Miss Kathrine Cooke, Teacher
Leo Baltazor Mary Jane Gilbert Margaret Robinson Vincient Laflin
Robert Blackburn Clara Madison Thelma Shomaker Ernest Seay
Ida Mae Buissett Bernard McNamee Nellie Louise VVarrincrThomas Spence
Emily Burke Ernest Moore Bernice VVhitlock James Stoneman
Billy Charlton Archie Nettles Joseph Savage Lewis Throckmorton
Sanford Davenport Roberta Norford Emmett Goode Thomas VValton
Allen Dean Pauline Nuttall Aleise Golding
FOURTH GRADE-Miss Alma Smith, Teacher
Joe Ashworth Marie Jenkins Mary Repass Harry Steinruck
J. S. Bland Mary Jenkins George Robinson Helen Stone
George Shaw, Jr.
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YARINAS HONOR ROLL STUDENTS
The following students have been present and on time every day this year
and have made an average of 9011 on all subjects:
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JUNIOR LEAGUE OFFICERS
Edwin Moore and Ernest Lipford .,,.,,,,,........
Dorothy Wagner and Howard Hines ..,......r..
Ruth Munro and jane Ellen Moore ....................,......,
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JEAN STUART CLUB
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Charles Wagner ..,...,. . .....,... V ice-President
Edwin Moore ........ ...,......,......... S ecrc-:tary
Ellwilfll Saxby .....,.... ,,.,,,.,,,,,r, T reagurer
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Mrs, Thimsen ......,... .,.......,...............,.......w.w.s.. ......... P 1 amst
Ruth Munro .,,,,.,.,..,.s...,., ..........,.,....,..........,........... ...........,4,......................... P F '6SiC1611t
Margaret Reynolds ,,.,,, ...,,,,,,.......,A.....,.......,, Y 'lC6-Pfesidelif
john jedinak ,,,,,,s,,,,sss,, ,, s,,,,,,,, ........ S ecretary and Treasurer
Clarese Redford ......... .......,......................,,.... .....,..A,....................,..,----A.--- L i b1'H1'i2111
Marie Goodman Addie Drinker Arthur Lee VVarriner Virginia Eberly
Catherine Peers Clara Day Mary Pearman Mary Whitlock
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Lucy May Murphy
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OFFICERS OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
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Charles VVagner .... ...,,.,,,,,....,...,,..,..,... X fice-President
Vera Hansen ......... ........,. S ecretary and Treasurer
Catherine Peers .r,......r. ..,..,,.,,........,..,..,, , ..,........ R eporter
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GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM
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Vera Hansen ..,.......... Substitute Forward
Clara Day .........,,,....,,.,,, ...,........,....,.,,, , .........,. C enter
Hilda Whitlock ....,,..,.., ...,,, ,,..,., , , , Side Center
Anne Hart ....,,,,.............. .....,,.,.,,....,,.,,...........,..., G uard
Rozella Hedrick ..,..........,.,..,......,...,..,...,,,,,,..,,,,,....t,,,.... ,..,................. ,,t, ,,,,,,,....... ,,r...... S u b s titute Guard
Doris Howard .,.....,...,......,.........,.....,.,.,,........,,,,,,...,,.., ...,,,............,,.....,.......,................ ,,,,,...............,.,..,....,., G L iard
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Stuart Savage ,...
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BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM
This team has won 22 out of the 28 games played.
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FIVE POINT CLUB
The purpose of the live point club is to improve the physical condition of
the school child. A member of this club has perfect vision, hearing, teeth, throat,
and proper weight. In Varina school we have 120 Five Point pupils.
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"I think it would he better to send telegrams, too."
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Mr. Abernathy: "I married her."
Bernice Perkins: A'VVhy didn,t you want to take an early morning Canter FU
Yirginia Eberly: "XYith me, it's the cot before the horse."
Helen Garnett: "You men are responsible for the makeup we girls put on
Ernest Li zfordi g'Yes, how you do love to but such thinfrs on our shoulders."
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meet you today at allf,
Edward Saxb : "Well, that's a wait off my mind."
Nellie Bowsher: A'Hey, what's the idea of pulling the chair from under me
like that FH
Grace Vanderoef: "XYhy, do you know a better way?"
Philip Stoiieman: "Hey, wake up, your car is at the door."
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Mary Pearman: "What is your favorite boy's name F"
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Imogene Morgan: "I passed Shakespeare, today."
Mr. Baker: 'fljid he speak ?"
Mrs. Abernathy: '4You don't know what meals are in store for you, darling."
Mr. Abernathy: "In store for me F"
Mrs. Abernathy: "Yes, Yahley's delicatessen store."
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CLASS OF 1916
Mrs. Charles Stagg Cnee Susie VVilsonj, Route 5, Richmond, Va.
CLASS OF 1917
Virginia Nelson, Marion Garnett and Selena Beasley are all of Route 5,
Richmond, Ya., and are in business. Ethel Beavers is teaching. Ruth Fortna
is in business in Richmond. The housewives are: Mrs. James Condrey fnec
Margret Haycoxb, Mrs. Frank Aigner fnee Elizabeth Millerj, Mrs. Stone Cnee
Evelyn Ranniej, and Mrs. Thomas XYilliams fnee Elsie Fiesej. ,
CLASS OF 1918
Mrs. Lloyd Beasley Qnee Ester Doreyj, Mrs. Johnson Cnee Lavelon Dupeyj,
and John Jester, who is in business in Richmond.
CLASS OF 1919
Mrs. James Barlow Cnee Mary Davisj, Mrs. Davenport Qnee Lillian Red-
woodj, and Mrs. C. B. Harrison, jr. Qnee Emma W'adej.
CLASS OF 1920
Two housewives, Mrs. Tunstall Cnee Naomi Kirbyj, and Mrs. Fletcher
fnee Inus Hickamj. Mrs. Dorsey Kirby fnee Ethel Hedrickj, teaching at Va-
rina. One farmer, Sanford Alexander. Jeanette Kirby, Marie Fortna, Bernice
Blankenship, and Harry Haycox are in business. Dorothy Yancleroef, teaching.
CLASS OF 1921
Catherine Dew is married, Benjamin Harrison, Gertrude Barlow are both
working in Richmondg Randolph Harrison married his classmate, Jessie Kessler,
Route 53 Byrd Nelson is teaching at Yarinag Alfred Mistr is on a farm, Route
5, Franklin Bernheisel is in business, Elizabeth Stoneman is with the State Wel-
CLASS OF 1922
Harry Barlow, in business, Route 5, Richmond, Va.g Lacy Hedrick and
Russell Hill are farming, Route 53 Mrs. Raymond Britton Qnee Marion Lanhamj,
Route 8, South Richniondg Mrs. Taylor Cnee Mary Martinj, Route 6, Rich-
mond, Va., Mrs. McManus Cnee Helen Roodj, Route 5, Richmond, Va.g Mrs.
Parson Qnee Mae Pattersonj, Mrs. Dewey Hall Qnee Aline Timberlakej, Mrs.
Larking Lockhart Knee Blanche Hendersonj, West Va., Mrs. Garland Banks
fnee Ellen Strathjg Channing Glenn, student at VVilliain and Mary College:
iobert Mann, preaching at Charlottesville, Va.g Mrs. Reuben Snell Cnee Estelle
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C LA S S 0 F 1923
Sallie Brachett Qmarriedjg Catherine Berheisel, teaching in Page Countyg
Nettie Eberly, teaching at Glendale, Elko, Va., Olive Hall, teachingg Randolph
Harrison, Working in Richmond, Richard Fussell, Cecil McCol1ister and Lorraine
johnson are working in Richmond. Willie Lanham, in business, Route 6, Rich-
mond, Va., Mrs. Richard Hughes Cnee Ruby Pattersonjg Alvin and Edwin
Mistr are farming, Route 5, Richmond, Va., Harriet Childry, teaching, Mrs.
T. P. Hobson Cnee Gladys Fisherj.
CLASS OF 1924
Berkley Fussell, teaching at Great Bridge, Route 3, Norfolk, Va., VVilliam
Atkisson, in business, Alabama, Mabel Drinker, Elma Fussell, Charles XYhitlock,
Clarence Crouch, Thelma Goodman, are in business in Richmond, Va.: Orville
Frick, Clifton Forge, Marie Baughman, Isabell Hall, Gladys Davis, in business,
Route 5, Richmond, Va., Esther Hines is a governessg Mrs. john Hall, jr. Qnee
Ruth Murphyj, Mrs. W'ill Beadles tnee Lola Martinj, and Mrs, Gifford fnee
Gertrude Throckmortonj, are all keeping house, Mrs. Frank Bates fnee Ruby
Durrettj, Rosa Barrett, Barnetts, Va., Benjamin Hubbard, in business in Rich-
mond, Va., Doris Rathien, teaching.
CLASS OF 1925
Mrs. Clarence Snadecki Qnee Virginia Adamsj, Philadelphia, Pa., XVillis
Throckmorton, Frank Yahley, Mrs. Charles Jefferson Cnee Mary Stonemanj,
Margaret Cousins, Forest Hedrick, Albert Hare, james Childry, all in business,
Route 5, Richmond, Va., Garland Osborne, in business, Richmond, Va., Elko,
Va., Thaddeus Morawski, Madeline Becker, VVill Beadles, are in business, Route
6, Richmond, Va., Rachel Mistr, student at Richmond Business College, Rich-
mond, John Nelson and VVillis Fussell are Farmers, Richmond, Ya., Roselyn
McCann in business, South Richmond, Va., Isabell Xlihitlock, student at VVil1iani
and Mary Extension, Richmond, Va., Mrs. Oscar Northern fnee Bernetta Wag-
nerj g Mamie Canfield, in business, Richmond, Ya.
CLASSES OF 1926-27 .
Herbert Baughan, student at Medical College, Richmond, Ya., .losiah Fussell,
Constance Foxall, in business, Route 6, Richmond, Va., Raymond McCann,
attending college in Florida, Elizabeth Yahley, Martha Lee Elliot, Ruth Sadow-
sky, in business, Margaret Throckmorton, in business, Route 5, Richmond, Va.,
Mrs. John Blon fnee Eula Davisb, Route 5, Richmond, Va., Gertrude Drinker,
student at Harrisonburg State Teachers College, Harrisonburg, Va., Eugene
McAnally, student at W'illiam and Mary, lliilliamsburg, Ya., Julia Xliagner, 1'11.i1'S-
ing at Retreat for the Sick, Richmond, Va., Lelia Fussell, student at Richmond
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at Willfam and Mary Extension, Florence Osborne, in business. Elko. Va.:
Grace Lovejoy, in business, Route 6: Emmett Holder, in business. Route 5,
CLASS OF 1928
Christine Sweeney and Helen VVagner, students at VVilliam and Mary Ex-
tension School, Louise Sadowsky, student at Richmond Business College, Robert
Nelson, student at VVashington and Lee University, Lexington. Va., Lucile Bowis,
Thelma Day, Cleo Yeary, Carl Hickain and Annie Canfield are in business, Route
5, Richmond, Va., Virginia Nelson, in business, Richmond, Va., Ruth Fussell,
Elma Milam and Elinor VVhitlock, in business, Route 6, Wilmer Hedrick, student
at Morgantown University, lVest Virginia.
CLASS OF l929
NVillinette Fussell, Thelma Shurm, Helen Yahley, Gwendolyn Staples, Aubrey
Hedrick, Eddie Hare, Beverly Crouch and Carl Beasley, all students at Rich-
mond Business College, Vaughn jackson, john Pearman, Beverly Pearman and
Allan Dotson, all attending V. P. L, Alice Throekmorton and Floyd Nuttall, in
business, Route 5, Richmond, Va., Ida Beadles and Thelma Becker, in business,
Route 6, Richmiond, Va., Florence Woods, at home, Elko, Va., Catherine VVhit-
lock, attending Smithdeal Business College, Richmond, Va., Lilli Otteson, S. T.
C., Fredericksburg, Va., Clara Mistr, student at State Teachers College, Farm-
ville, Va., john Payne, student Columbia University, Percy Moore, student
University of Richmond.
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