Anniston High School - Hour Glass Yearbook (Anniston, AL)

 - Class of 1937

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FACULTY ON PAGE 6 Mr. Myer-Some think that he is the chief character in the spider and the fly, but we know that he's a swell fellow. Mr, Nash!-The iron hand with the velvet gloveg sometimes he takes the glove off. We asso- ciate him with 312. Miss Smith-Her motto: The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. She wields a wicked skillet. Mrs. Huger-You've heard the saying "Sit on a cushion and sew a fine seamf' Well, in Mrs. Huger's room there are no cushions. Mrs. Austin'-She teaches our sweet demurc lassies to be "hard woikin goilsf' Miss Liston-Our blushing schcol marm-Seated on her desk, with her pickle jar at her side, she teaches five-syllable words along with French and English. Miss Ordway-With her sweet decorous ways is always on the lookout for Hi-Echo news. Miss Richardson-The most absorbed conversationalists are blasted into silence by the dynamic personality of our librarian. Miss Stewart-Miracle worker with chemicals, is our chief claim to genius. Mrs. Reynolds-Our Yankee history teacher and Socialist has greatest difficulties for enjoymentl while teaching about the Civil War and during elections. Miss Malone-Sometimes called cat-killer, is our clever biological vivisectionist. Mr. Neely-Our versatile teacher. Besides teaching geometry, speech, trig, he plays the violin and the piano. Also, he acts and produces plays. Still, we've never heard him sing. Mrs. White-Maybe the idea of armchairs and ottomans hasnlt occured to her, but we're looking for them next year to add to our comfort in her room. Miss Weaver-A brilliant scientific mind for biology. She is also a bridge player of high rank. Miss Cater-Cute, blonde, and little-but size is no drawback when it comes to coaxing beautiful music from both the Glee Clubs. A Mr. Newman-The boys in Mr. Newman's industrial art classes respond hastily when he says, "Come here. Come 'ere, now!" Coach Lott-"Chink" is a proud papa as well as a wonderful coach. His grand personality makes him an A. H. S. favorite. FACULTY ON PAGE 7 Miss Williams-She sometimes needs a baton to keep in unison the rhythmic beat of chewing gum and typewriters. Miss Barnes-"Teacher" teaches our girls to be expert athletes, in fact, almost female Samsons. Miss Shelton-She is called "Doc" for her art of bandaging girls wounded in sports. As a side line she teaches history. Miss Ingram--This English teacher hoids the dipper in the Pierian Club whose members "drink deepl' from the Pierian Springs. Mrs. Hudson-Next to Stuart Erwin we rank this math teacher first as a human adding machine. Miss Houser-We like to look at this tiny teacher as well as listen to her lectures on Woolley. Mr. Jackson--Our pride and joy band director teaches our high school windbags how to get it off their chests. Miss Peterson-Believe it or not, this soft-hearted teacher is hard to beat in math. Mr. Couch-Our physics teacher. He's got all the answers-in a little answer book. He is tops as an assistant football coach. . Mr. Self-Although "Skipper's'y main interest is in Industrial Arts, he also sponsors the art of linoleum cutting. His intriguing dry wit has endeared him to all Hi-scholars. Mrs. Gibson-Like Caesar, whom she so ardently advocates, she came, she saw, and she is still conquering A. H. S. Mrs. Banks-As a math teacher, we figure that she adds up to an indispensable total. Mrs. Brurnmel-A loyal Hour-Glass fan. She collects them. Mudestly, she wouldn't pose for her picture, so this informal Nsnapi' was the best we could do. Miss Pinson-She heard the call of the Parnassian Hills and the result was the flourishing baby Parnassian Club. Mrs. Moorefield-This meek but persistent teacher was not with us the first semester, but we feel that A. H. S. has benefited by her valuable addition. Mrs. Warnmk-She mitigates your mathematical problems and also teaches the fundamental prin- ciples of science. Mrs, Horn-Her Virginia accent lends atmosphere to her intensely interesting and unbiased dis- cussions of the Civil War. HEHOURGLASSOF 8 5 if f c c """ ' ' :...g,...,--..-

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