Central High School - Signal Yearbook (Columbia, TN)

 - Class of 1936

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El 6 OUR ALMA MATER The Central Hlgh School of Columbla Tennessee was organlzed ln Octobe 1909 At that time lt was a county school wlth three teachers and 31 pupxls At the close of the flrst year It had grown to four teachers and eighty one puplls The old Athenaeum bulldlng was used until 1n 1915 the present bulldlng was erected The enrollment has grown from 175 puplls 1n 1915 to a llttle more than 400 1n the high school department whxch has slxteen teachers The only courses offered at flrst were Engllsh Latln and SCIENCE Home Economlcs C0mm6IClal work and Manual Arts have smce been added Any of these courses IS now planned to glve slxteen credits The school IS afflllated wltn all the olleges of the South and any graduate w1l1 be accepted without nt ance oxammatlons There are approxlmately twelve hundred graduates of the school ome Jf whom are actlve m the Alumm Assoclatlon The muslc and expresslon departments are mamtamed on a hlgh plane A orchestra adds enthuslasm and athletxcs are not neglected for there are also football basketball and baseball teams From an embryomc stage to 1tS present pos1t1on as a potent factor of the communlty Mr R L Harrls Superlntendent of the Clty Schools and Mr Duke Plmclpal have wltnessed the growth of the school as a reward of their efforts lPage Thlrteenj -529' 4612+ --i-.ni--nl . . ' . . Y s y ' L . . . . . 1 v v , ' . ,-u ' ' ' ,3 v A .. V . ' 1 .- 1 I , n v . . . . . , - . 1 . f . , H ' NE? THE FACULTY lPage Fourteenl me-2? Nlr P L HTTIIS Nlr L Q Duke U1 C lrl C Cd1ClIl8I' Nllss Frances Alford xlr I Ralph Vatthewe Nllss Nlarx N 1rg1n1a Graham Nllis Clale O 'Neal ll1bS Host Lee Crews Hr James A Scogglns NI1sS Ann Gannavx ay Nlr Nlorgan B Farms Ur John XR l'r1er5on Nlr Prlnk 'I Seagraxes lllss Nllss Nllss N 1ss Nllbs lllss N ls Stott1e Hardleon Nlartha Cannaxxax Iva Dell Cook Helen Hale Rachel Wllkes Deene Foste1 Nlarx Lee Park Nlr J Gaston Burt Nlxs Joe F lhlkes lllss Janne Edmondson FACULTY LP1 0 Fxltc-0111 Qur rmtender Pr1nc1pal Hlstolw CIWICE Llbrarxan Geometrx Football Enghsh CIXILS Basketball Home Feonomms Fngllsh Baaketball SCIENCE QIVICS Athletlt 51lgeb1a Basketb 111 SCIQFCL Commerual Plology Qclentt -Xlgebra Latm gllsh Leographx Prentn Sexenth C1 Lde Sen nth C1 it Llgllth bl l.llL. l lntll 1 lf xpxes lUll ESI, lag... 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A ' ' ' 1 4. 1 N - - U' " - 1, 1 ...F V ,A V ,W IN NlENIfJl I XXI MISS SCOTTIE HARDISON fl worthy graduale fl farlhful teacher Of Columbia High School DIED MAY 7, 1936 lPage Slxteenj EIU mei fy, V' 'P Sxfi K f ,,,f-" f iff1 'I , -' l ,lf WW I f W' M KW 7 'Ty -.1 N?-gi Fax I NX Sa !,,fj:.- Qfffxfiiii fs 613 Munkll Lilwzes Q 3 M WX y 1 gin u Mu J 5? JW L4 Q .M lf is mfg '?j?'Qg355 ,X 1 'lTXQ - 31 x ff A J 1 L Q , A L 3 vu K H 5 fl , ... a--2-f' T,-A XX ,Q 1 i A jk 'H --wa f Fx, gl' ,i '-""' tag ikff Q ' N2-, x I X LXx'f5 Zfiwi an Q X f 1-13 Z 4i , 1 gzgz! 'QE QBTEX l 6 I ff I: l 1 "1 f QX 4 Lffallllx' P 3 79719 'VIISS HELEN HALE Semor Class Teacher 4 rxxiluifsd 3 MR MORGAN B FARISS Se-mor Clfus Temch LP 109 Nmoteenl +"'.EJl q'P",, .amy ia P3 il' RALPH CONNELLY To l1ve long lt 15 necessary to hve slowly MILDRED WALKER The wxse carry then' knowledge as they do thelr watches not for display but for then' own use Glee Club 33 Slgnal Staff 36 D A R Good Cltizenshlp Medal 36 VIRGINIA TIDWELL A good heart IS better than a the heads in the world JANIE ELIZABETH DUE KIHGHCSS 1S Wlsdom Basketball '33, 34, '35, 36 Basketball Captam '36 ONEDA PATTERSON "We are what we SIFIVC to be " Glee Club '32 lPage Twentyl - 18:54 E:-fe, sl' 'EIS' PATRICIA HARDING Fme thlngs a e put up m small packages Class secretary 35 JAMES MCEWEN Two stars keep not their motxon 1n one sphere Freshman Class presldent 31 Football 31 32 33 34 Alternate football captaln 33 Football captain 34 Basketball 34 36 'LMILLE KING T ife has flo blessmg hke 1 pru 1eut friend ERNEST WATSON Modesty lb the colon of vulue Sgnal Staff 36 OLA LEE Certamlw this IS a duty not '1 in cleanliness IS mdeed next to .rodlmess lPage Twenty onel IB?-'F ci' "X-ax-,l .5 13" 2 ADA FRANCES PERRY QIIBHCC when nothmg need be sa d IS the eloquence of dlscretlon Mynders H S 2 years ENOCH STEPHENSON Better were It to be unborn than be 111 bred Q Ui s D Lee H s Columbus Mlss 1 year Dramatic Club 34 ETTA LEE KIMES Dld nothlng ln partlcular and dld xt very well ERNEST LOVELL The great hope of SOClCty 1S vidual character Class Presldent 33 Class Treasurer 34 Football 33 34 35 36 Captam football team 36 Basketball 35 36 POLLY PARK Indxfference IS the mvlnclb rant of the world Class secretary 34 -LPage Twenty-twoj- lf' 18229 EQ? 5 S Q FRANCES WOODY Wlth her eyes m flood wlth laughter Basketball 33 34 35 36 J W ABERNATHY None preaches better than t ant and sle says nothmg Mynders H S 2 years SARAH WITHERSPOON Make haste slowly Glee Club 33 34 35 6 S1gna1Saff 33 34 35 K J MYATT Bashfulness 1s an ornunent Lo youth MARGUERITE UNDERWOOD Everythmg comes to hxm who waits therefoxe why should I hux Class treasurer 33 Basketball 35 36 -lPage Twenty-threej - gg., --0-mln Ci JANE MCKAY HARDISON Levlty of behavlor IS the bane or all that IS good and vlrtuous Sprmg H111 Hlgh School two years C H S Dramatlc Club 36 Signal 'Staff 36 Tleasurer of class 36 Dxstrxct wlnner in Llttle Ten Readmg Contest 36 JOHN T COTHAM A rolling stone cn gather moss Class Vlce Presmdent 33 Class freasurer 36 Sxgnal Staff 36 MARJORIE WALKER Silence IS the mother of truth Woodrow H S 2 years FRANCES ROSE SMALL Good Paste IS the flower of food ense Glasgow H S ulasgow Ky 1 1 2 years 'C' JANE SHEEGOG A pleasant manner IS a treasure worth oossessmg lPage Twentv fourj mis ' . o 10 ua- ' . . 4 W wi. 4 n a EA a X.-4 'U ' y ' 2 .N KA'I HERINE MCKEE 'Happiness is the supreme object existence ' BILLY ANDERSON Logic is the art of convmclng us of some truth Manual Arts Medal 1935 MARY MITCHELL WILSON Be not merely good be good for cmethlng East Nashville H S 1 year Slgnal Staff 35 JERRY DOWLING Where judgment has wit to ex press it there is the best orator Debating team 36 Class Sergeant at arms 36 ALICE KIRK A blush IS beautiful but often LPage Twenty flvel s 'CX mf- of '- .' H ' ,. LK , .YI , Q . , . . M , . ! - - , , ' , convenient." L- 'F- 'ii wz' MABLE LANDERS Fountam H6lghtS H S 1 year MARSHALL FOX Every brave man IS a man of hns word Cross Brldges School Hay Long H S 1 year Slgnal Staff 36 NANCY I-IENDRICKS wmnmg smlle a pleasmg way Cohn Jumor H S Nashvllle 1 year HOWELL WANTLAND Llmxted ln hxs natule lflflfllllt? hxs desues Football 32 33 34 Alternate Captam football team Slgnal staff 32 LOUISE FITZGERALD Llfe IS not so short but that there IS always txme for courtesy Mynders H S 2 years 1 lPage Twenty sixl 'ii i . fi, 'QP fi .- -if E-if -- I n Il 0 NV- u 0 . 21- ssl . Q "A light heart lives long." UA . . . , . in ' " Y '34, -30 0625-5' EE 56593 FRANKIE JONES Poetry has been for me 1ts own xceedinff reat reward Glee Club 35 36 Orchest 21 36 GOODALL BAILEY Poltenoss smoothes wrmk.les F 'pea' prmg H111 H S 2 years ARA FRANCES McCANLESS Patience and entleness IS pow Glee Club 33 34 35 36 HENRY NELSON LYLES Knowledge once gained casts 1 ,ht beyond lts own IIHIIIGGILLL ooundarles MARTHA VIRGINIA SPENCER MUSIC washes away from the soul the dust of every day l1fe Glee Club accompanlst 35 Orchestra accompanlst 36 Wage Twenty sevenl MARY GORDON ANDREWS Jolly and frlendly every day Class treasurer 34 Basketball 33 34 35 36 THOMAS N McGREW A l1ttle nonsense now and then NANNIE RIEVES Frlendlmess will ever be admn JOHN CLAYTON CHURCH Man must stand erect not be kept erect by others Orchestra 36 MAYME RIEVES The onlv way to have a friend IS to be one is relished by the vvisest men." ed." fPage Twenty eightl- 'eff Qian LQ i WILLA MAI DAVIS Self help has accompllshed about all the Treat thlngs ln the world Myndexs H S 2 years MARY SMITH Beauty 13 1 s only excuse for be m Shady Glove School 2 years Centrevllle Hlgh School 1 year Basketball 36 ..EON 'OCKE Men llke bullets go farthest when they are smoothest Football 33 34 35 Basketball 34 35 Glee Club 34 35 Glee Club 34 35 Siffnal ldltor 36 HARRY PRESSNELL Kmdness IS the golden ham bv xwhlch soc1etv IS bound together Dramatic Club 34 35 Dramatic Club t easurer 34 Glee Club 5 EUGENE SHAPIRO Never less alone than when I am alone Dramatlc Club 34 35 LPage Txnentv nmel lei- Hi- ii ugq -U3 all 15" HINDA BROWN KIRK A good laugh IS sunshme ln 1 house Glee Club 33 34 35 36 CHARLES T ALDRIDGE It IS a beautnful necessxty of our nature to love somethmg Eldrldge Baptlst Academy Eld lldge Ala 1 year Morgan School for Boys Peters bu g Tenn 1 year Football 35 6 Basketball 35 36 Glee Club 35 36 J P VICKEE It ns the Wlbe head that mak t1ll tongue VIRGINIA DOUGLAS Bught eyes and as black and burnmg as a coal Glee Club 34 35 GRACE VIRGINIA ALDERSON Llfe 19 a struggle but I wont FIVE UD lPage Th1rty1 -'SI OE" -Jian 5 in MARY FRANCES CLARK Sllence IS one great art of con versatlon JAMES ROBERT OWEN A place for everythlng every lhxng ln 1tS place Dramatic Club 34 35 36 Class Lreasurer 35 C ass president 36 Signal Staff 33 35 36 MARY LOU DAVIS Though I am always ln haste am never 1n a hurry Glee Club 35 36 Secretary of Glee Club 36 BILLY WILSFORD Whatevel lS popular deserves tentlon ' Football '34, '35, '36 Glee Club Dxamatlc Club Class President '34 Class Vlce Presldem '36 Slgnal Staff ADDIE RUTH HAYES ' The soul of woman llves m love lPage Thlrty onej I 062'- --rm' K MARTHA STRATTON SLOAN Even virtue 1S more fan' when appears ln a beautlful person Dramatlc club 33 34 Cheer Leader 35 JAMES M CRICK The wlsdom of many the Wlt of one Football 35 Basketball 35 Slgnal Staff 36 MILDRED BRADLEY Leave sllence to samts I am but numan Glee Club 34 35 36 EVELYN I-IARDISON The greatest pleasure of llfc ms ove Basketball '33 34 '35 as Alternate Captmn 36 Vice President Athletxc Assocla lon '34 '35 'I'reQsw:er AEIIIQQQ Assoclatxon 36 Class Secretary 'QQ FANNIE SUE STONE Let gentleness my strong eu rcement be fPage Thlrty tWOI IGI? w-T' D K MINOR Good humor IS one of the best artlcles one can wear 1n soclety Dramatic Club 33 34 35 36 President Dramatlc Club 36 Sgnal Staff 35 Debatmg team 34 CHARLOTTE LOCKE Laugh lf you are wise Glee Club 34 35 36 WEEE!! HAROLD TRVING BAUMAN Solitude IS the school of pfemu Olchestra 36 SARA FRANCES LUSK What Sweet dehght a quiet 1 e affords Slgnal Staff 36 lPage Thirty threej wie MILDRED JOHNSTON Burdens become light when cheerfully borne Basketball 32 33 Glee Club 4 years Vice President Glee Club 35 C C ROBINETTE Strong reasons make strong ac txons Class VICE presldent 35 Dramatlc Club president 35 Dramatc Club treasurer 36 Glee Club presldent 35 Slgnal Staff 35 36 MARY JANE JARTNER There IS a womal at th begm mng of all reat thmgs Class V11-e President 35 Signal edltor 36 V' L JONES Wlt IS the salt of C0l1VClS'lf.lDIl mot the food Football 33 '34 35 36 Glee Club 33 34 35 6 Class Treasurer 33 EMILY THOMAS Nlcknames stlck to people and the most Ildl ulous are the most adhesrve Reynolds H S WlHSt0H Salem I C 1 r Basketball 34 35 36 lPage Thrrty fourl -+-ml lr .-N r . .Q . ' , 4,5 1 -1.1 - "' 'A""i" -'E l S f fl 1 .V XM! , . I ' 1 ' o 'Q ' Q , 11 - ,, Y! , 1 1 , , . 1, , 1, . , Ll . - A ' 7, K 1 - V ' . . , 2 , . - , Z . . , , . , 1,, Q , . , . - 1 - 1 1 . y , ,ff , V. U . x 9 . - , 1 ' :T ' " N . ., . . - . , . . , -U. 1 dl ' ' 1 h r 1 , 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 -Q Y V I V ' 1 ' , M . . 1 A. .n C ' YI . . ay - 7 1 . . ., yea , 1 1 1 ' I I ' -- - ci- +2 wg' IN Nll Nllllll XXI ll IIIIIIYSIIRSI I X55 fil Accldenily killed Augusl 29, 1936 lPa9,e Thutv f1v01 u wif -' -'N g ' . . Q 121 .-1 . ,, ,Y - Y F . Y' E.. E 4 .154 5 , S . v I 'Q I 4 A A4 A A lo V 1 Y Y V Y 4' H X IJ l 4 44 '4 'A s lul f'I., " '36 1- E--nib' Salutatory I Ml LR5 of thc Board ot Fducatlon members of the facultv parents relatnes and trlends we the class of 1936 bxd vou welcome In ac cordance vslth a beautlful tustom thls program has been planned for you on the day when you come to IGXIQXX ou1 efforts and contemplate Jul futures We llN8 m an age when the proudest thlng 1n the whole wlde world lb to be young and we are young but we are not too proud to seek that vse may fmd and knock that It may be opened unto us for after all It s hum1l1ty that IS vuse To you for the loxe and lnterest shown durlng thes days of seeklng and knocklng me wxsh to SXIDGSS our appreclatlon In a httle vshlle we are mox 1ng on and we go fearlessly fortlfled by the Jeweled svs ord of memory It lb you who have set the yewels ln 1ts hllt and have forged 1tS blade of steel that vull not break The Alps are there for us to cllmb the Alps of the World s thought and durlng these years at L H S you haye been helplng us over the foothllls And so we are movlng on strlvlng to let the streams of our llve flow wlde and free and knowlng that The l1m1t of hfe IQ brxef Tls the red lll the red rose leaf Tls the gold 1n the sunset sky TIS the fllght of 1 bud on hlgh -Xnd vet we may flll thls space W1th such an 1nf1n1te grace That the red w1ll be ID all tlme And the gold through the ages shme And the bird fly svuft and stralght To the l1ll6S of God s gate Mxldrcd Walker Salutatornn Class Motto, Colors and Flower HE bLNIOR Class of 1956 IS proud to shovs as the emblems of :ts pre cnt and future characterxstlcs 1ts Motto Colors and Flower Vlhlfll were chosen at the beglnnlng of the year We chose for our motto Forward ever backward never for our colors red and vshlte and to our flower the red rose In our motto vue have trxed to portray the vslllmgness agerness and the 'feal of th1s Senlor class to push onvsard lookmg forward to good fortune success and happmess ln the future By this vse mean not to xt ldly around vsaltlng for good luck to come our nay but to '1CCOITlpllSll thlngs We lntend to step out Into the affalrs of the vsorld not sorrovs lPage Thlrty sxxl 4251! cf .9 1 - . 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J 9 .J ' ' 9 ' v '1 9 - -'- .'1'L 9 u . . . . o t ' ' l . , . . . - . . . 9 . 9 -. . . , t - -- - A im +-- .f 'i- E il' tully but wlth our heads held hlgh wlth a ylew of yen hlghcr attaln ment than those before us Closely bound to our motto yylth a two fold purpose we hose Jul class colors red and Whlte flrst as an mblem of patrlotlsm and second lor the rtues embodled ln these olols Red typlfvlng blood from the ycry b glnnlng lf olor SlgIllflLd.YlL9 has slgnlfled courage 1 ylftlle UNIX er ally admlred and reyered But another klnd ot courage IS necessary fOl the perfcctlon ot human character Phvslcal courage IQ a wonderful X11 tue but moral courage the bray ery Wlthlfl that helps one to reslst tempt tatlons and to endure the hardshlps of llfe 19 flrst to be deslred Reallzlng the need of physlcal and moral courage to face the way, before us we haye chosen red the symbol of bravery as our prlmary class color Though brayery IS a much deslred ylrtue lt IS stlll not all essentlal l yen superlor to that IS the ylrtue of purlty of whlch our color whlte la ylTlb0llCdl and purltv ln ltS most subtle perfectlon does not mean purlty ot actlon alone but also purlty of speech and purltv of thought To the pure all thlngs are pure As we hope to be falr IH the face of all thlngs yvhlte for purlty and red for courage we hope to show you our alm ot kceplrg otr courage ever clean and Whlte We have chosen our flower the red rose for many reasons It ap peals to us wlth lts beauty and fragran e and as a symbol of love W1 love our past and what It has meant to us we love our present Wlth lts honor It holds for us and we loye our future YVlth 1tS glorlous promlses Coetlle say s ol the rose The rose ls wont wlth prlde to swell And cycr seeks to rlse Qu lh Wltherspooll flass Hlstory ' 'l WAS a brlght Qeptember mornlng ln the year o H921 when the e t of a happy crowd of llttle boys and glrls pattered thelr way lnto the hl tor cal old Andrews bulldlng the -Xlma Mater of many ot ollr torc 1 lther to begln our school LJILLIS Fw elye years have passed slnce that IY'l6.H10ldblG mfllnlng and thc numcrous patter ng teet haye wandered to th lol r corners ot the earth but slnce the beglnnlng ot tlme thele has becn thc I7I'lnC1IJl6 of the suryly al of the tlttest and ls one of those few sulyly lllg battle scarred struggler I am too modest to say heroes of thls tyyelye years battle for educatlon I wlll relate to you a hlstory of the las ot do Fortunately thls hlstory wlll be brlef as Professor Gardner ha lmost exhausted my meager store of hlstorlcal facts ln the last nlne lllonths As flrst graders yye may haye been lacklng ln some of the elements lor an ldeal class but one thlng yye dld not lack yye at least had strength lPa e Thlrty sevenl 'LS Cf, ,. , gig, I 1 , ", l? '11, 5' ,. 1 -, ,,,,,,-Y ' - 1? El' ' ' - ' ' ' ----- f - lv- 2 --iff- ' . 'L -S . ' Y u , . , V ' A1 1 1' 1 - K1 V C t1 , 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 Q - 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 .. ., . , . , c . , . . , yu .' .' -2 , t , ' rx Q ' ' ,f 5. 1' ' '11 1 1 1' ' ' f. 1 -1' ' v -- . V . , . . , . qv v ' a v 1 ' ' ' -v v V . . 1. H , i f . Y I , ' 1 I V 7 9 ' , . . " 7 . 1 1 K 1 . ' . 4 I . . ,, 9 K ' v . - I . v ,, . . I . Q Y K ' V yve also hope for others to deal falrly wlth us. By blendlng our tyvo colors, 7 V ' I A . 1 . 1 ll v ' ' 1 1 1' ' ,1 Vs I - . I l I 'Y 7 1 ' .4 pg ' ' 1 v I 1. , : ,, .v V V. . . . , 1, 1 1 1 1 ' 1 " I 14 . 1 it C I - 1 1 . . . . . v g v I v . W . v I . . s 1 ' 's' , . ' j ' '- ': S, ' A11 .1'1,,1k1. ' 1 1 -1 1 K S81 L' 1 , 1. . ' . , , , L ' . .. ,, l I 1 w ' I 1. s . . ' . 1 1 y . , . l X . ' " .' , 2. S ' . ' ' '- I I ,w v .1 -c hi , . c N i . - v uv 1 ' 1' . uv ' U1 C -.S . N' . 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""' . -J 4SQl wb' ln numbers It requlred the best of teachers to hold us ln check We had the good foltune ot havmg Miss Harriet Dugger and Mlss Clara Morton to glye us the excellent start we needed for the hlgher grades Those who nussed belng a flrst grader at Andrews school have ney er known the pleasure to be had ln golng from a Red Blrd to a Blue Blrd class One perlod the day that has llngered as a pleasant memory down the years was when we used to go down ln the play rooms and slng we all sang whether we could O1 not Such lmes as these come back to me On' To Be a Gvpsv and Sweet Llttle buttercup these are the memorles sweet that around our hearts shall throng We went through the second and thlrd grades under the careful guldance of Mlss Ellzabeth Voss Mxss Ellzabeth Coldon and Mlsses Mar garet and Edna Cathey Then we entered the fourth grade we had as our year that we began our study of Geography and also the vear 1n whlch we had our flrst xamlnatlons The next year Mlss Alma Read and lVI1SS 'VIary Harrls were at the helm Up Lllltll thls tlme M1 R L Thomas had been our prlnclpal but he was made Countv Superlntendent and was re placed by Professor C U Barker MISS Read and MISS Harrls steered us safely through the flfth year of school We began the slxth grade urder tne dlrectlon of Professor Barker and Mrs Gordon Brown Those who were ln Mr Barker s class wlll never forget the hlstory storles of James Roblnson and Damel Boone that he used to tell us when we had to stay mdoors at recess on ralny days There are many 11ttle mcldents 1n our early school l1fe dear ln our IIIGITIOFIQS too many to be recalled here but a history of our hfe at An drews wouldnt be complete 1f we dldnt mentlon the llttle store at the morner of the glrls play ground and the hlgh plcket fence at the back of thc school the old bell rope and Uncle George rlnglng the recess bell How well do we remember those Insklmo Ples and the bottles of mllk we used to get at the back gate of the school Then we came to the hlgh school only to fmd that we were no longer the leaders of the school but mere Sex enth Graders MISS Deene Foster and MISS John Wlnford were the teachers of thls none too well dlSClpl11'l9d gloup but It dld not take us long to fmd out who was boss However at the end of the year most of us found that we had been promoted to the exghth grade Mr Webb and M1 Burt our teachers of thls year added a l1ttle to our store of knowledge and passed us on to the flrst year of hlgh school By thls tlme we had decreased conslderably ln numbers but our ranks w ere fllled by those commg from McDowell and other county schools VS c can say but llttle for our flrst year 1n hxgh school lt was merely a year of greenness but wlth the ald of our many teachers we burst mto full bloorn Sophomores We spent most of our tlme durlng thls year tryxng to work lPage Thlrty elghtl Eff! 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Y ' A -HE: 5'-Q T' -Xlgebra and remember anclent hxstorx dates In our Iunlor xear the most lmportant event was the Iumor Semor xetertlon In thls we ntertalned the q6lllOI'S of 39 on the good shxp Lollx pop and staretlx was the good shlp out mt Slght when the uenlor C,lI'CLls came to town l'hen we began prerarlng for flnal txamlnatlons and mo t ot us bet lmt the llgmfled SQHIUTN you src btlorc you todax Thus we entered upon our greatest year our Semor year It has :nought mans trxals and trtbulatxons vet many rays of sunshme have peep ed through On the mght of February 14 the Jumors entertalned us wltn a wonderful receptlon The next thlng was the Semor Revue after two weeks ot hard pract1ce tt was gn en on Aprll Z w 1th great success we then ielt that most of our troubles were over We are now at the top of a hlll only 1 foot hlll for mountalns that ne stretched beyond but as the road upward so tar has seemed very rough porary sovere1gnt1 granted us today May thls OCCZSIJH be one of ucn :oy and prlde as to make us thmk the ascent has been worth the prlce wc haue paxd ln tlme ln ctforts 111 patlente 1n m1dn1ght electrlclty md m gasoltne Vrlends thls could not be so wlthout vou as our encouragement and thanklng xou and our lass teachers Mlss Hale and Mr Farrls we bring thlS our lass h1stor1 to 1 trlumphant tlose Ierrv Dowlmg Class HlSt0F13ll Class POC ffl lfol twtlxt long xexrs we X9 pushed our wav On the zo ul to gladuatxon Xt Lxmts we xe wolked both nlffht and dax In xcachmg our tlestlnatlon Durlng these xears we Xe h id our fun -Xnd this tun has been moxed We know th tt muth good h is been done Pho bs boolts some haxe bten annox td lhtn there ue tlwaxs hudshlps too -Xlong the load ot hte some of our buldens haxe been borne bx xou Xou xe lxghtened om pam and strlfe But that s nough about the past lo the Illtllle let us turn Fo! we must llxe tl ue untll the last -X lesson we needs must le'un lPage Thtrtv nmel -5552! 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A 11 1 A K. o .f"Q,'gI ., Ifor as on the load of hte vse go In seekmg the Creatox s land An undymg loxe vue haxe to show And lend a helpmg hand 'lhe paths ale mans so hoose we must Vle haxe to vsork vse cannot rest In God max ach one place IIIQ trust And all vnll vsork lor the best some happy thought of C' H Q As It was 1n by gone xears -Xn achlng heart some 'l IX mav bless And dry some classmates tears Phe tlme has come when ach senlor departs Where to vue cannot tell And thanklng vou from the bottom of nur hearts Vle bld you all a ond farewell LFoN LOCKI Class Prophecy HAT A terrlble mght and I alone was lost ln the woods Ghostly shapes and vselrd nolses came vxlth each flash of the hghtnlng yutn each thundel ous roar of the sky vuth each flerce moan of the wmds My worrxed braln was 1ust telhng me that somethlng unusual was about lo h lppen when somethlng dmd happen A huge bolt of llghtnmg followcl bv L cl Lsh oi thunder struck a masslwe oak tree about 1 hundred yn d -lhc Ld ot mc For a blxnd moment I was stunned but when I regamcd mx senses the stol m seemed to haxe dlsdppedled leavlng only me and an appa r1t1on Thls apparltlon was 1n the form of a woman who was standlng 1n 'L ball of flame As I gazed upon thxs Slght I could only blmk She appeared to be mov1ng toward me the lappmg flames at tlmes hldlng her countenanct from mv sight Shrxnklng back I was astonished to hear her gentle and mystlc NOILC address me saylng Lo whs do you shrlnk from me? ard vuthout vxaltmg for my answer she contlnued I the Prophetess of thls land IS Slby lla was of Latlum haxe messages for vou It 1s mx povser to orc see the future of human belngs and I should llke to tell Nou what s o o come of voux Ir1ends and lassmates Her power attached me to her so that I could not wlthdraw and 111 me I stumbled up on a mossx stump to 1ema1n and hear her prophe 1 As she spoke I recognlzed the names of those of whom she told vllthlll ten wears the vuhole vsorld vslll be blessed or cursed mth thc sudden rlsmg pofularxtx of a xocal trlo composed of Ieon Locke Q ll ll lPage Fortyl +L'-IC 1652+ 1 I "1 1 I 0 li- l 1 C 2 . i . . . 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U 7' ' V -1 V V -' , V' 1 ' I 'sl ' v I v .I ' I I Is' I I I I t I 4 , I 4 I. 1 .. ,Q ,, W' ul s -e sl' Wltherspoon and Blll Wxlsford and thelr plano accompanlst Mattyyee Spencer Martha Stratton Sloan vylll haye marrled and moy ed to Alabama and as a sldellne occupatlon she wlll run a horse farm In the m1dway of the next World s Falr Iwancy Hendrlcks wlll ap pear as the fattest woman on earth Beulah Duke Vlfglnla Douglas and Mary Gordon Andrews w1ll charm snakes as yyell as men Mary WNIISOH wlll be oyy ner of a large m0dlSt9 shop ln Parls and he most famous models w1ll be Fmlly Thomas and Mildred Iohnston Ernest Lovell w1ll haye as a yufe Pollv Park and as '1 vocatlon coachlng a g1rls football team Among those commg out for practlce are Camllle Kmg Nanme RIQVQS Janle Due Frances Woody Oneda Patterson Mayme RIEVGS and Mary Lou DHVIS At these umque games John T Cot ham wlll be a number one peanut vender and Iohn Totty w1ll be water boy R I Jones Charles Aldrldge Jerry DOWl1Hg and James Crxck yv1ll have formed an Anamas Club Mable Landers Charlotte I ocke D K MIHOT C C Robmette and Jane McKay Hardlson w1ll be celebrltles of the stage and screen and as '1 sldellne occupatlon Jane McKav vylll make lecture tours her most popular a lecturer especlally at Ladles Ald Soc1et1es Mary lVIason Smlth Harry Pressnell and James Robert Ovyen vyxll be photographers models Fannle Sue Stone wlll have become mstructor of Domestxc Sclence ln a Unlverslty and Harold Bauman wlll have accompllshed the posltlon of Professor of Latm ln the same lnstltutlon Eugene Shaplro will be the best crlmlnal lawver 1n the ountrv anl Nllldred Bradley Loulse Fltzgerald Marguerlte Underyy ood and Wllla Mae Davls yylll be his stenographers Goodall Balley w1ll haye turned 1nto a professlonal glgalo to be Qhlred outl by unpopular debutantes parents to rush the poor glrls at thelr commg out balls John Abernathy Bllly Anderson J P McKee K J My att and Nor man Sheegog wlll become successful farmers Fnoch Stey enson Marshall Fox and Thomas McGreyy yylll appear ln George White s Scandals of 1946 as chorus gurls Ernest Watson vull make good as Snozzle Durante s double on the screen yyhlle John Clay ton Church yy 1ll become a second Rublnoff Hlnda Brovyn Klrk vylll haye surpassed Helen NV1lls Nloodv ln th tenms llne Among the names of neyyly yyeds yy 1ll be Pat Hardmg and lame Xlcllyyen Addle Ruth Hay es and her steady Frankxe Lee Jones wlll be an up and commg poet and Mildred Walk r ln the late years of her l1fe yvlll dey elop lnto a wrlter of nature Mary Frances Clarke Katherme NIcKee Frances Lusk and Ola Lee lPage Fo ty onel " -' -A I s 3 all ew,-,QL . 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V SK , ' l 1 . v A v 9 if '37 vull haxe chosen nurslng for thelr llfe professlons and Howell Wantland wxll be a famous braln speclallst A fortune wlll come lnto the hands of Grace Alderson and she vull lm est her money 1n a dude ranch Covs glrls on the ranch w1ll be lane Sheegog Ada Frances Perry Etta Lee Ixlmes and Katle Lee Langley Ex elyn Hardlson w1ll be glrls basketball coach at U T Al1ce Klrk w1ll have stepped lnto a novelty professxon that of runnlng a taxx company and her drlvers vslll be Ara McCanless Frances Rose Small Vlfglnla Txdwell and Maryorxe Walker As the seer f1n1shed her prophecy the flame completely covered her and crept back to the oak from whence she sprung and wlth a rlash he 'llsappeared before I reahzed she had not prophesled for me I remained seated on the stump left ln a sort of daze after havlng encountered such an experlence 'Ihen when a drop of ram splashed on my nose I reahzed that I would have to trace my steps back to c1v1l1zat1on before the storm broke agam Mary lane Gartner Class Wlll ' RIENDS parents faculty and fellow students we are assembled hele on thls twentleth day of May 1936 to hear thlq the last wlll ani testament of the Senlor class of 1036 When one passes lnto the great beyond he leaves all worldly thlngs to those who have not yet run llfe s span So lt 1S the w1ll of the class of 1936 that the followxng dlsposltxon be made of thelr talents characterlstlcs and herltages We glve devlse and bequeath to Mlss Hale and Mr Farrls our deep est 'lppreclatlon for the splendld manner 1n which they guided the benlor shlp through the turbulent months of 35 and 36 We bestow upon our teachers the smcerest lose and devotlon They haxe been l1VlIlg' symbols of lustxce tempered vslth melcy they hav been flrm yet klnd and always helpful l'hey have never shlrked their ilUt16S as teachers If we haxe not learned vse have only ourselves to blame Mlldred Walker and Harold Bauman leaxe thelr love of study to those most ln need of thls qualltv Charles Aldrldge leaves hls basketball ablllty to Bill Walker Evelyn Llttle Un Hardlson and Ianle Due bequeath to Paullna, Due and Rebecca Sheddan thelr basketball klll Enoch Stex enson s lady kxllmg qualities are left 1n thelr entlrety to 1 orter Wllev Leon Locke bequeaths to Wlllxam Derry berry hls glfted XOICQ Norman Sheegog leaves h1s mnocent appearance to Jlm Borum Let James ll cEwen s xnsatlable appetlte go to Albert Flsher Oakes Hovscll Wantland leaxes hls ab1l1tv to fool the teachers to Algeo IPage Forty twoj +2251 4 , . ea." Q l 1 . -l " ., f, , ' E !Q.' ' ' P4 ?3, - l- f-f f u i , 0 luv o ls ' . , ,gl . . V. K v Y. . . . ' 1 x Lv a sa . ' ' . .' . v 7 . l ' . . . ,. . v 1 1 v - H V Y . . . . . . . , . H . . . Y . . . 1 . . . 7. I V 1 1 ' . . . . . . ,, 1 1 . 1 A L , 1 l . ,A 1 , - ' -" S' 1 1 1 . 1 , . . x . , . . , . U , , . . , I . hi. . . . 1 J. , ' ' , n 'W I q . 1 . 4 1 1 1 1 . 1 ' 1 -1 ff l i . , . . , . . . . v 1 , I , . . 1 K J ' ' .I . . 1 . . . Y , . c I - 1 1 1 . 1 . 7 I 7 ' . . H. . . ,, 1 v . - , fi . 1 1 -I . . Y ,- Y . . ' 1 vi ' , ' , , . U . , . - . 1 Y . . v . k , L I , 1 Y 44 ' 1 11 - . ' - . J S . 1 an ' ' 11 ' ' - - - V 1 - . , . J A' Y' , - - Y V . . Y . ,, . - , . . . , K 4. V L Af. VA Y . . . I V . ' A Bi-- fi .-3 15' Plemmg fhe needs lt, 'Nlarx Gordon Andrews leax es her crlmson tlesses to Dorothe Pxgg Goodall Balley bequeaths hls mathematlcal mmd to Nl 1ll1am Spec I usk Ernest Poot Lovell leases h1s glgantlc foundatlon to Rex Wllev Let Nlattyxee Spencer s abllltx as a plafllbt go to James Lvnn John Clayton Church leax es hls xlolln to the orchestra James Owen and Martha Qtlatton Sloan leaxe thelr tltle of be t lookmg to Marx Jane Dorr1s and Iames Tut Frakes Jerry Dowhng leaves hls oratorlcal abllltv to Cllnton Gzrdner John Tottv bestows h1s luck upon Bert Cralg Bxllx Wllsford leaxes h1s puglllstlc qualltles to Daud Crockett Walls Eugene Shaplro w1lls hls stubbornness to Walls Beasley D K Mmor bequeaths h1s dramatlc talents to W O Rlchardson Sarah Wltherspoon leaves her mcest clothes to LOIS Troope We leave to the Freshmen the mlscellaneous artlcles found ln and around the xarlous desks such as chewlng gum rubber bands nolse mak crs etc Mabel Landers wllls her good nature to Mr Farms John T Cotham reluctantlx bestows h1s lazlness to Ralph Maddufc C C Roblnette Wllls h1s debonalr manner to Dawson Frlerson Pat Hardmg leaves her popularltw to be equally dlstrlbuted among e members ot the Jumor class Fmllx Thomas and Polly Park bequeath then frlendly manners to 'Nlnrw Osborne and Fmma D Shelton R L Panama Jones leax es hlS powerful lf not muslcal NOICQ to Llndsex Nelson K J My att leax es M1 Cardner h1s knowledge of hlstory And now as we turn wlth sorrow laden hearts from the guldmg hands of our teachers from these more or less preclous aboxe mentloned artxcles from the scene of so mans pleasant assoclatlons our last and greltest bequest IS the opportunltx to IdllX on tor the Alma Matex WI'l FNLSSES C lass of 1936 J R NIATTHEWS Class Testator N R J -X bLOGC1INb J-XNIES CRI! K N R Q C G-XRDNILR SYWIPTONIS RECOGNIZED The newcomer rapped at the Pear y Gates Who s U16199 mqulred St Peter from wxfhm It lb I was the answer Go aw ay We dont want am more school teachers Mutual Magazme lPa e Fortv threej -fires im- a' 7 A ,Q 12- is- . . ' 9- 5 fu. - fe vm- ee 1 QI 1 el 7 "V, n .Q ,Y l 1 . ,. . " 1 , . ' . , 7 7, o 1 I v 1 ' A U . . . . . . . . . . . ,, 7 Lv v aa , 1 4 . . u 1 H , , ' ' ', ' ' . . 4 t . 1 11 9 ' ' 1 ' '1 A 1 V . U . 1 . 1 1 '1 1' ' 1 ' ' U 1 . ' . L ' A - an , V -, , , u sv V . Q 1 . -. . . . . . . ' ' . .' I 1 . N . . . 7 . ' V . . . . . . v. H ,, N . . . . . Y Y . V . . .v .i . . . . . . . L . l . . L . 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' . . . . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1' 1 '1 - . . ., . . , ., . - , 1 ., . 1 V. 1 1. A A A n o . V 1 Y . l . t . . . . .. , . . . . ' I . th ' .. . v v 1 .1 ' 4 U . . 1 1 1 A c Y . . . . rn I n V - , - - v - ' ' Q v 7 ' 1 1 ' . U . . . v Y '. I ' . , - I 1 N ' v l l L, . -L . ' I I ' 1 1 v . . 1 ., . . . . .1 ., . 1 1 '1 ' 1 H 11. 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Valecllctory ' PII NDS 1elat1v es teachers and classmates tomorrovv we the elass ot 1936 vv1ll have reached one ot the most 1mpo1 tant days of DUI uve the dav vvhen vve shall IQLQIX e ou1 revv ard for twelve vears of school vvolk lhese veals eov er about tvvo tl1lI'ClQ of our llW69 Now that we see the goal ol gI'd.tllldtl0ll vve ean realwe more fully that vve have novv reaehe l tlle real begmnlng at life As our llfe on earth IS a rlepalatxon for the llfe to come so 1s our ehool llfe a lrepar mon lor our hte on earth May we ever prove worht, ol the ellolts that have been made m our behalf and never fall to reel V1 atetul Ior the great p11v llLg9S that Columbxa Hlgh School has made po lble tor us to emoy 'lo our dear fathers and mothers vvho have never falled us we Vtlsll to evcpl ess our gratefulness and deep appreclatlon Wlthout your love eouragement and sacrxflces the years would have been mach halder Mar vve ever str1ve to be all th it vou vvould have us be and may we never l1 i1pO1Ilt you IH any vvay We shall not forget our pr1nc1pal Mr Duke nor h1s unceasmg fforts to make the Slgnal the best of sehool papers To our class teachers Nllss Hale and Mr Farrls we express our deep lppl ec1at1on for thelr guldance and 1nst1 uctlons We also thank the other members of the lacultv for thelr lnterest Ill our class for the past ro ar years And let us not forget our dea1 supermtendent Mr Hdfr1S vvho ha rent the XI1L"tt01 IJOIUUII ol h1s hte lll r tlSll1g the st md vrds of the school ct Col nlbm We can thlnk of !lOthll12' better for our successors than to h tvs hls mud mee through then sehool veals lt IS a 11lXllCg'6 to express out thanks to the board of Fdueatlon and the Parent Feaehers Assocxatlon lol thexr cooperatlon for the betterment of our educatlon May the future students at C H S have even great r opyortunltles than vve have emoyed VS e thank the audlence tor thelr plesenee here today and tor the ln tel est they have shovvn our Alma Mater In closlng mv tarevvell address permlt me to use the vvolds of Lfeorgr C ooper Our schooldavs novv ne past and gone And vet vve tondlv Unger here ror svseet ach 1ov that vve have known Tls sad to part trom omrades lear The svorld before us hrlghtlv hes Yet here fond mem rv loves to dvvell ll 1th saddened healts and devvev ev es XM bld to all 1 svveet farewell' lPage Fo ty fouxl +2914 me 1- ,. 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Of other scenes and other cares Our lips must novs their story tell Each heart your tender mem ry shares Teachers and comrades now farewelll' Mattyvee Spencer OUR CLASS TEACHERS Mlss Hale who was a new teacher here Has made all our minds tremble wlth fear When she would asslgn a theme or two 4And never would she accept an I O Ul At first with all her heart she tried to be firm But a certain little boy as slick as a worm Has gotten on her sympathy with an anzellc look Although not a thing does he know in the English book Mr Farris seems to be quite klnd and true But you better watch out when he gets mad at you He won t say much but Just give you a look That you could never describe in an entire book He really loves athletics and his llttle twins too But he has to love something when he gets thru wlth you But even wlth all this our class teachers have done their part And from all us seniors they have won our hearts No matter how far away O1 where we go We will never forget them I want you to know Mary Wilson THE LOSMOI OLITE SENIORS BOY D K Ernest Leon John Minor Lovell Locke Totty Ernest Watson Eugene Shapiro Jabo McEwe 1 Mouth Billy Anderson Bay Window Howell Wantland Laugh Walk Voice Attitude of study Disposition Athletic Ability +5130 Julius Crick Panama Jones Charlie Aldridge Billy Wilsford Harold Bauman K J Mvfitt GIRL Oneda Patterson Polly Park Ada Frances Perry Frances Woody Nanme Rieves Frances Small Body Lee s Arms Feet Ears Nose Mabel Landers Louise Fltzgerald Charlotte Locke Strat Sloan Wllla Mae Davis Attitude of Study Emily Thomas Disposition Frances Lusk Athletic Ability Marguerite Under wood Eyes Mouth Glggle Walk Voice lPage Forty flvel L. , A 3 7 9 l , . 10: 1 L. , , , . . 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N L . -nu. if I QI' SEN IUR SL PERL ATN ES leon Locke llcst -Xll Round Student P isketball Kmg and Queer Hmda BIOVSH Klrk Tennls Queen Polls Park Nlost Partx golng Qtudent -Xddle Ruth Hay es Brlde of 341 Frnest Lovell Football Klng nudred w alker, Most Studmu' Martha Stratton Qloan Most beaut1ful gnl lames Robert Oven Most handsome bo, Pat Hardlng BMX wllsford Most popular students LLASS SONl WE NEVER COULD FORGET Dear frlends were golng We have to leave you For much on you vve ve rehed We never could forget lt Not even mf We tlled Smcerely hopxng, To have a warm place W1th1n your hearts to abxde We never could forget vou Not even 1f we tr1ed Now we must leave wlthout your songs to cheer us advlce to teer us along On you we hope to make a good 1mpressxon as we slng our song Wach 11ttle moment It s clear before us That vue have not been den1ed We never could folget you Not even lf we trled TUNE Easy To Remember Words by Leon Lockc APTLY DESCRIBED Elderly Gentleman wbevuldered at the elaborate vteddmgr Are you the budegroom voung man? Weddlng Guest No slr I am not I was elnnmated lll the seml finals U S S WestVng1n1a Mountaineer lPage Forty slxl -"SEI 4622+ .- ,Hi" 1 - ,J , . , ' "9 'i Q W, 2, E A ,,: e ,, D so e e .71 . , 1 . ,ca . . E Y ' 1 ' 1 ' v , W A A in A ' L. I A 1 x , Y Y . V , 12 I ' ' 'I . , , , ,.,.. e . . v v 1 a . , , v ' .I ., . A L N ' be ' 1 v - ' " ' N v . Harold Baumant ,Q . . c e H .l ,..... e at I L L n 4 1 D . . c , .l., ,. , . . v Y v K 1 1 1 1 N1 n A L I . , , , v ' ' . . , . . ' 1 ' ,, .. n 4 , 0 , .4 , Y . . ,, 3 " l . ' ' ' :z " v - , 1 t ' . v' ' ii 4 Q' S Q 1 SENIOR SUPERI ATIVES lPaUe Forty sevenjl fs 'Gif' ' 7411, . E , . gk N' ' .1. X . . EA QW, .D ,- , . , v- ' ' - . . rl: ,. 4' . ' , ,' r y , .-., I , , . A .2 ' . , I x , , L.. 2 n- X .ann ol "1 K 4 4 . , l' , ,, gi " .. .V I ve, ,. .R - 5.1 ' A ,N . . ,h , .., , . , . 'X xt , C .' 1' . X . 'J , - D - - F. ' W B.. flu' 0' I , . ,V . Aww . F ' 'Q L '3 - ' E T Sarah Allen Rachel Amlck Mary L Aydelotte Dorothy Beard Mlldred Bell Neylle Boulton Mlldred Brady Anna Chappell Marle Chunn Laura Clark Jane Cook Paullne Due Una Farrls Mary Lou Finch Mary M Galloway Ruby Harrls Dorothy Haston Ruby Howell Ehzabeth Johnson Helen Clark Jones Ruth Klnnard Evelyn Kmzer Geneva Kmza Edlth Kirk Margaret Knox V1rg1n1a Lamb Gladys Langsdon Mary Lester Meek Jean Mltchell lulla Ross Neal JUIN IOR CI ASS 'Vlary Emxly Ollver Mary Osborne Dorethe P1gg Dorothy Rlchard son Letha Schmdler Mlnnle Ruth Short Thelma Smlth Eula B Sparkman Florence Stephen son Mary P Thomas LOIS Troope Frances Tucker Maysel Underwood Peggy Weed Ruth W11keS Eleanor Wxtherovs Ellzabeth Yokley Jlm Borum Cecxl Brown Hugh Brown James Campbell Arthur Caruthers Edward Cozart Irwln Davldson Ernest Dlckson Thomas Duke Joe Thomas Erwln John Fxtzgerald lPage Forty exghtj Algeo Flemlng Ussery Fox Dawson Frlerson Clarence Hardlson Erw1n Hardlson Thomas Hight Wxlllam Lentz Wllllam Lusk James Lynn Ralph Maddox Donald Morgan James Morton Llndsey Nelson Albert F Oakes W1ll Allen Reed W O Rlchardson Wilton Stone Ross Tayler Ed Thomas Frank Thomas Prlest Trlmble Ralph Trousdale B111 Walker Hlram Wallace D3V1d Walls Porter W1ley Rex W1ley Ellls Woody A W Wooten Y A . . . Sarah V. Harris Catherine White Lloyd Shelby '-If-O I -4- IU' ' ": a t! ' Dabney Anderson Ha1x1et Ayres Llame Barran Bermce Brooks Dorrls Cannon Ldlth Dale LO ene Davls Do mda Derryberry Mabel Derryberry fa ly Derryberry Beatuce Dodson Mary Jane Dorrls Elalne Dorsey Evelyn Edwards El zabeth Fite Cornella Floyd Lllanor Frlerson Ma garct Gall breath Gladys Galloway Bonme Gibson Nlna Glddens Peggy Goad Marle Hackney SOPHOMORF CLASS Sa a H Hard1son ChI'lSt1ll8 Harrls Eleanor Hayes Fra ces Haston Robb'e Lou Hayes Marle Jacobs uc1l1 Kng Mlldred Lambert 1..ou1se Lunn Allene McCall Rebecca McCord Margaret McEwen Marclan McEwen Mary C Mmters Evelyn Mltchell Louls Mo gan Edith Norton Jean Rlchardson lhelma Robnette R b cca Qheddan Emma D Shelton Lorame Short Marga et Short Annle Ruth Sneed Lleanor Qweeney Ruth Talbot Ann Thomas Mary C Wagner Helen West Alberta Wooten Ruby L Wortham Chr1st1ne Young John Aldrldge Srdney Alexander Kenneth Anderson Logan Baker Hlram Barr Laurence Bass Wally B asley Edward Black Cscar Campbell Howard Chrlesmar' Raymond Cooper Bert Cralg W1ll1am Derrybel ry Wllllam Dobbxns Carlton Duke James Frakes lPaUe Forty nmel Porter FYIGFQOH Clmton Gardner Edward Gordon Harold Hardy Wllllam Howell Wllloughby Jackson J C Johnson Harvey Kuykendall Thos Kuykendall Bedford Lochrldge Randolph Loftln Phll Lovell C T Moore Claude Orman Grant Porter Glenn Sargent Leonard Qcubner Thomas Shaw Robert Sheegog James Taylor Ravmond T1 ous Cale Granulle Voss Horace Waldrop Joe Whlteslde -+280 IG?- w J I' . 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I 1 r 0 , 394 L3 Uv Mary R Alderson Mary F Allen Wllma Allen Polly Aydelotte Beatrlce Bassham EIISE Blffle Frances Boyd Thelma Bradley Laura Chappell Frances Craig Waltzle Damels Allllle M Duke Dolothy Edwards Ann Garner Mary Goslin Wllma Gregg Sarah Harris Brownle Hayes A1106 Hlckman Ehzabeth Hogan Ara F Huckaby Rosa Lee Hyle Brownle Kerr Josephlne Klrk Frances Klrk patr1ck -5,-E-Eli FRESHMAN CLASS Ruth Lynch Paulyne McCord Ruth McMeen Vera Marlln Gladys Mayberry Ethel Moore Nancy Lee Morgan Mary A Napier Evelyn Newsome Alhe Orman Sarah Pmkleton Charlotte Potts Betty Pamey Nadine Rlchardson Chrlstxne Rleves Hazel Shannon Jean Shaw Al1ce Sheegog Laura lean Shelton Elizabeth Sm thson Archle Lee Stanfxll Dorothy Stanley Evelyn Stone Evelyn Watson Mary Webster Dons Weed Velma West Betty Westwood Katherine Wxllls Frances Yokley Rayburn Barker M M Bradley Jr .albert Burgess J C Caldwell Lamont Carden Robert Cowle Thomas Crowe Charles Davidson Charles Derryberry Roland Dlxon Paul Everltt Jack Flanxgan L E Glbson James Goldman B1lly Gflmmltt Howard Hardlson Hubert A Hardxson Robert Hardlson Hugh Hayes Joe H111 Harry Holhday Robert Hyle fPage Flftyl B111 Jeter A L Jones Cheves L1gon Harrls McCandless Bobby McKay Lewis Maddox Jack Morgan B1ll1e Nxchols C W Nlchols Harry Ogllvxe Earl Pyland James R1nks B uce Robmson Fred Roscoe Walter Sandlxn Guy Shannon Mahlon Sharp Edward Shaw Alex Sparkman Ira Lee Stone Charles Taylor Glenn Taylor Charles West W D Whltaker Raymond Wl1tSh1fC n + ll S 0' Elizabebth Crozier Mary C. 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F AREWELL SENIORS We the Junlors of nmeteen thirty s1x congratulate you Senxors as you are about to travel over the last mch of your thxrd step 1n llfe We smcevely rope that that unforgettable day the day that you w1ll reach your Well earned Goal whxch you have been seekmg for four useful years w1ll be a day of Joy and hap plness to each and every one of you As you step out 1nto that new and unex plored freld that is Just before you we wrsh you the b st of success and happlness You have cleared the way for us durlng the past four years wlthout mumol cr grumble you have set records you have estabhshed character honor and llsclpline and you have placed the name ot Columbla Hlgh School hxgher than xt has been b fore You were the leader and we have trred to follow m your We hope that we w111 illl those boots fully and make the Sophomore class a 'food leader and glve them the prlvllege that we have enjoyed The year draws to a close Just as the sun qu etly sllps beh1r'd the ho 17911 making the last few moments of a successrul day the most beautlful part of lllx work you are now completmg your buslest happiest and best moments of your chool rfe When all the schools w1l1 have completed thls y ars work rn our oprnlon Columbla Hlgh School wxll close w1th the hxghest honor the honor of graduatln the best cooperatlve the best d1sc1p11ned and the best loved Semor Class ln the country Semors you graduate with the best wlshes of the Jumor Class Dawson Frlerson Jr Jumor Pres de 11 Jllzo lPage Frfty twol -'Zim sci' . 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E GLEE CI UB AND ORCHESTRA Mary M Galloway Ellanor Frierson Evelyn Kmzer Emma D Shelton Charlotte Locke Sarah Wlth6rSp00n Anme Margaret Duke Gladys Langsdon Beatrlce Dodson Neylle Boulton Anna Chappell Mxldred Johnston Loulsc Morgan Frankle Jones Eleanor Wltherow Geneva Kxnzer Ellzabeth Yokley Helen Hard1son Ahce Sheegog Mary Lou Davls LOIS Troope Mlldred Bradley Mary Emxly Ol1ver Marle Chunn Ara F McCandless Nlna Glddens Alberta Wooten Ruby Lee Wortham Mary Frances Allen Eula Bates Sparkman vdlth Klrk Albert F1sher Oakes B1lly Wllsford Charles Aldridge Wllllam Derryberry Clarence Hardlson B111 Walker Lloyd Shelby Clmton Gardner Hrwln Hardlson A W Wooten Alex Sparkman Vlolms Clarmet Saxophone Trumpets Drum Cello Trlangle Dlrectress Accompamst -'SEEN John Clayton Church James Thomas Dor1s Weel Ellls Woool Harold Bauman Logan Baker Randolph Loftm Albert F1sher Oakes Frankle Jones Lols Troop Mxss Ann Gannawav Martha Vlrglnla Spencer lPage Flfty SIXI 1622+ my K A . , t A , Trombone ,,....Y.,.,,..,,,,,,.,..,,,....,.... .................. .......,Y.,,..,,........ .........,.............,..,.... J a m es Lynn il' DRAMA'l IC CLUB MISS Iamle dmondson Teacher OFFICERS Presldent D K Mmox Vlce Presldent James R Owen T161 urers S113 Pmkleton and C C Robmette I1 Srgnal Reporter Jane McKay Hardxson Other members Cheves Llgon Bobby Mckay Clmton Gardner Erwln Hardlson W O R161 ndson Raymond Wl1f,Sl1lr John Frxerson Jr Dorethe Plgg Vlfglnlil Shannon VI'1rtha Allen Mary Page Watts The Dramatlc Club has presented two successful comedles Oh Kay b Adam Applebud Novemb r 14 Int oducln Susan by Jay Toblas Apul 19 Four one act plays were plesented at Chapel hour at dlfferent umes Jane McKay Hardlson and Clmton Gardner replesented Central Hlgh ln the Llttle Ten readmg and declamatory contests Clmton Gardner was selected a debater for Central and Bobby McKay Al ternate Cheves Llgon partlclpated IH the debates IPage Fifty sevenl 'H Q . , I r iliai g e- f-ef-W V -.--. At , H OM l. . ' , -34 5: E 1 1 ' . 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Q ' .L' 1 I - - G' FOOTB ALL REVIEW L H S as enyoyed a very successful athlet1c season in all fields of th1S important school actlvlty A revlew of the football score shows the followmg results Columbra Culleoka Gallatm Lawrenceburg Mt Pleasant Murfreesboro Springfreld Total 136 Cornersvllle Notlce that C H S scored 79 more pornts than her opponents Immedxately followmg the Thanksgxving game with 1-lay Long was the foot ball banquet At this affair David Crockett Walls was elected Captam for next year and Frank Thomas Alternate Captain THEY SAY Laws are like cobwebs the small flres are caught and the great ones break through Greek Proverb I-Ie 1S the defender of the program who resists over reachmg Just as much as he is the promoter of xt who prods the slacker -Owen D Young The fool doth think he IS wise but the wise man knows himself to be a fool -Shakespeare A man without a sm111ng face must not open shop Chlnese Proverb No man believes hrs creed who IS afraid to hear lt attacked Wendell Phllllps I am not in favor of sacrlficmg the llfe of a single American boy to settle all the boundary lines ln Europe -Senator Borah lPage Flfty erghtl 229' OE- 1 U' .. 1 ,Q n I h . . . . 39 ,........... .............. 6 13 .........,.. ' ................ 13 0 ..,.....,... Lewisburg ............ 6 39 ............ Franklin .......,...... 0 0 ......,..,,. .... 1 9 0 ............ , ...... 0 0 ............ .... 6 - -- 6 ............ ' ........ 7 57 39 ............ ' ........ 0 10: -ni , Q Eg wi 11 FIRI S BASKETBAI L TFAM RECORD OF GAMES Columbla Santa Fe Mt Pleasant Sprmg H111 Murfreesboro Culleoka Culleoka Franklm Loretto Lewxsburg Lawrenceburg Hampshn e Murfreesboro At Sprmg H111 the glxls team was defeated in the fm'1ls of the county tout nament by Hampshlre In Lawnencebulg at the dlstllct tournament the Colum b1a glrls were defeated 111 the seml flnals by the Collmwood gxrls who w IC the champions of the district School days w1ll soon be past How kmd of you sald tre gnl to bl ng me these lovely flowers' Thu are so beautxful and fresh I bel1ev thele lb some dew on them vet Yes stammered the young man lll great embarrassment but I am gom to oay t off tomorrow Pa sald Johnnle What 15 a peace offer1ng'J Anythmg from a box of candy to a fur coat son replxed dad Dentlst Pardon me I must have a drlll Patlent Cant you pull a tooth without havmg a rehearsal? lPage Flfty mnel +"-El in I, qgii E . ,, ,iw -,, E' ? 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BAQKFTBALL As for the success of the basketball season the followmg record speaks for ltself C01umb1a Santa Fe Culleoka Spring Hull Lewlsburg Culleoka Summertown Franklln Lawrenceburg Lewlsburg Murfreesboro Hampshlre Hay Long 'Iotal 483 Murfreesboro Columbia lost only two out of fifteen scheduled games she went to the eemx flnals rn both the county and dxst lct tournaments she scored 173 more polnts than her opponents and txed wlth Sprmgfleld for the Little Ten cham DlOl1Shlp Thls lS a record of WhlCh we are justly proud For detalls of these games we refer you to back numbers of the Slgnal The baseball team recently organized by Mr Farms has started a successful season In the flrst game they defeated Culleoka 8 2 and 1n a tlght Game :le feated C M A 2 1 On behalf of the school we wxsh to extend our thanks to the CIVIC clubs of Columbla who gave such splend1d support to our athletlc clubs Death IS the golden key that opens the palace of etermty Mxlton If you would create someth1ng vou must do somethmg Goethe It s a great country but vou can t hve m lt for nothing W1ll Rogers lPage Slxtyl -62531 IGI! la, , e f- f E1 E . . i . 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' ' lf' E "yi" ' avg , N 6 .' WHY NOT? Why not look happy when really you're sad? Why not be good though it's easy to be bad? Why not to yourself always be true'P Be an example to all those around you Why VL hy Why Why You Why Why Why Why Why Why Why Why Why notg not learn to love thrngs of real beauty not vet pleasure out of your duty not keep yourself clean and vxholesome know to do thrs there s no need to be boresome not? not love supremely your neighbor as yourself? not be useful others ea er to help? not spread sunshine where ere you go'P not be a frrend to all these you know9 not 'J not rn others the best alvrays see? not yourself from faults try to tree9 not say openly that rt rs God whom you fear'P 'lhen others wrll always call you loved and srncerc Why not from thrs day to the world rve your best9 Avord cheaters Lamblers and go srpers lest You wrnd 'rp rn the end on fhe wrong srde of the road And have to resrct the thrnbs that you ve saved Why roto Mary Wilson N XIURE INOTES lfrom my draryl April 2 I have a new alarm hr the same herrnrt thrush that cl rwn outsrde my wrndow" Buds xv rys perches on somethrn that bWlIlQ.,lIlg branch by my wrndow of a telephone pole He sang last orrd houses and hrs notes were as DUITIE r-lock or rather a sprrng one Could it possibly comes every year and sings every morning, have eyes for beauty Im sure because he al makes a perfect prcture the Jornt of the low the trp top peak of the house or the Ilat top evenrn on tlae rod from whrch swing our tallest clear and cool as the woods that are hrs natur rr the outsrde to come rnsrde Sornehoxx all day lon the phrase everythrrr must o from a sale advertrsement has been runnrn throubh my brarn and rt reall applres to sprrng cleanrn for all the wot and dust of winter truly must go Theres nothing rn the world rke sprrn vtrnd its so soft and warm and clean and sometrmes wet Sornehoy I can never worry when the wind blow It seems to make evervthrnf' all rr ht Alu ays and alw ays there seem to be trarr whrstles far to the south For a lon time I couldnt freure out the lrttle shrver of dell ht they ave me and then all suddenly I decided that they brrng the whole wrde world rrght to my door April 4 Why do people say sprrn has come It has never done anythrn lPa e Srrcty threel 'si' ' C r Q C . 7 ' ? ,L 1 - 9 D . .L , -- 0, . D . . V 1 ' - ' Y ' A' ' . '- U' . . D . rr 1 ' U ' I ' 1 . - . - :Oi - v ,, . A I I I K., , . ' I , , , . ' . . . . 1 L -tv' ' V, '. ' 7 , - C - l , . K. 1 ' g 5 1 ' T ' ' - . ' ,' . . ' V ' - V . ' . U . . . D . ' ' . ' . ' C I ' .I 1 April 3f Spring cleaning and wind and wide open windows. It is time for' g " ' . ' .S ' ' g 0' ' , ' 'J K ' 8 .' ' g . ls, V L . ' r- K, 4-v ' a ' . r ' 's. -N ' D Hg V' Vg uv v - f ' A ,Q E g . , .O . . 3 'cr cr- r ff ' ' D D v v ' A- v WL i. .' g L , .'1 . ' - 6 g 'A '- .. R Y A Zi-A ---f A - A v I 51154-- so prosarc as come yet It bursts and oh the Joy of rt' Just seerng and merl rng and feelrng thrngs grow' Aprrl 8 Last nrght rt was rushrng I had to go out and rrde the wrld cherry tree for a better vrew Rrdrng was really the name for it because f clrmbed so hrgh that the undulatrng motron was srmrlar to a boat rrde Fortu nately the lrmbs are tough and not brrttle The house was so far below that It drdnt obstrust my vrew and I could see the whole town the hrlls beyond and the rrver The best thrng about rt was that no one ln the world knew where I was Aprrl 9 Someday when the wrnter rs over someday rn the flush nf h sprrng someday of the days that shall be Thrs rs somedav Aprrl 10 Hummrng brrds at the wergelra every mornrng I shall never b satrsfred untrl I can make one perch on my frnger A doves nest rn the srlver noon I knew a person once who looked lrke a dove and was lust that gentlm Aprrl vt Ol ld should do lavrshness Aprrl Aprrl 10 Todavs conclusron plfrrn drrt rs one of the best thrngs rn tht but when sprrng comes I Jump rt and whv shouldn t I when all thrs IS mme for the takrng' 12 Twelve cardrnals eatrng hackberrres outsrde my wrndow 17 There are a thousand shoots strarght to the sun on the srlver moon and each one has a bud on rt Someone sard rn sprrng It rs easy now for the heart to be true and I agree Aprrl 18 Ambrtron to wrlte a prcture of what I see Aprrl 19 Instead of Mother Nature why not Father God? Aprrl 22 Incomparable Joy to part dead leaves wrth my own two hands help a plant reach for the sun Aprrl 24 Mr Redbrrd I Aprrl 25 and Helter skelter helter skelter helter skelter helter skelter Y s am that way but I can t help It nor do I wrsh to Wrth the k1SS of the sun for pardon And the song of a brrd for mrrth One rs nearer to God 1n a garden Than anywhere else on earth Outsrde my wrndow fragrant darkness great tender leaves and the rustle of sprrng Aprrl 27 A garden IS a good place for fhrngs to begrn rn and to end rn Aprrl 29 A great drscovery rt rs not very drffrcult to feel beautlful It :le pends on somethrng you see or know or do but does not have the slrghtest con nectron wrth lookrng beautrful Aprrl 30 Convrction as to a garden Just to have handled the new earth and to have sown the seed and to have thought about the garden at mornrnp and at nrght-thrs rs vtorth the effort Mrldred Walker Aprrl 26 Immortalrty Immortalrty rn thrs world depends upon how much you have rmpressed yo rr fellowmen and thrs can be done only by somethrng wrthrn yourself that rs more than materral The maJor1ty of mankrnd rs materral and unrmagrnatrve Trrb ulatrons s1t uneasrly upon them and they feel lrttle concern rn other people sorrows Not havrng felt the full power of Love they have never been able to recerve rt and have rn consequence been denred the greatest of human experr ences Margot Asqulth lPaUe Srxty fourj P15381 0612+ l ft- 5 o . as . . n L, - .1 yu . . 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'U ' ii' :Q t, , 0 z, W1 3 SC HOOL D XYS Golden rule days are over at last We lrnger here wrth memorres dear Wrth lots and lots ahead to fear School days are a Joy and a worry From the day we started to school untrl now have been the happrest years of our lrves even though we have had to wor 4 rnd worry wrth our lessons Way back when we country chrldren had to rrde our ponres To school 'hrough ram or snow we thought gomg to school was hard work But rn a re v years we were enjoyrng school and dreaded the trme when we would hav leave the school and the frrends we had learned to love We also dreaded t start to hrgh school because both teachers and pupxls were most of them trangers Neverth less we start d and lrked rt Of course there have been trmes wr en we were afrard that we could not make our grades above the farlrng pornt but by hard work we have reached our goal There has been fun as well as work md we have enjoyed both It rs wrth thanks to our parents and our teachers that we f1n1sh our hrgh chool course Qome of us w1ll go to College and others w1ll do varrous thrngs When we have fo gotten all that we can forget our educatron w1ll be left Mr Gardner tells us that we w1ll b rn a posrtron that we have never been rn before that w w1ll have new responsrbllrtres on our shoulders and must take our places rn th world We srncerely hop that the class of 36 w1ll be remembered as one of the be t classes ev 1 graduatlng from Central Hrgh School Mary Davrs HULL THE IRAN F RUBBER What was that norse' I thought I felt a clammy hand clutch my throat' Why do I mutter these horrrble thoughts aloud'P The last txme I performed thrs ghastly act I thought all the elements were agamst me yet never rn the history of man have I experreneed such a nrght Wlth each flash of llghtnmg whrr-1 comes wrth the beatlng of my pulse I seem to see ghastly obJects lntangrble rnhuman Why must I perform thrs act" heavy breathrng cornrng and gorng rn long and short gasps My work only hall begun' Could I go on w1th rt? My whole berng erred no and yet there was no escape As I neared the grave of the late Dr George Arnold I crept on my hands and knees for fear of detection I had carefully hrdden my nnplernents near my destrnatron on the prevrou twenrng I ecured them and be ur my undertakm L1tt'e by lrttle I Irfted the sort dnt and put rt to one srde Phe nrght seemed to cry out This rs an un IlOly act' The wrnd howled rts 'ilsapprox al Stlll I srlently but flrmly on .Jrvued There was no scape At last I reached the COff1Il Nou to rarse the lrd and secure the forbldde 1 secret In another moment I clutched the vral contannng the mysterrous potron which all screntrsts had craved so long and ordrnary men had wondered abouf To thrrk thrs famous man had lost hrs l1fe to protect thrs rnsrgnrfrcant lookrng obJect and I a robber of raves had stolen rt from the dead' VW t an experrtncel One I shall never forget' Was mv brrbe enough to pax for thrs horrrble mrssronq Martha Sloan Pa e Srrrty frvel 4 sli ag' . . , L A L ' r' ' c ' . ' ' H V u' . ' 1 ' . .. ' ln U - ' 1 Y . Y ' I V . I ' ' X - - ' ' f - ' e to 1 ' l ' 1,1 vvA S , K. 9 ' ' . ' . ' I Q .. . . S ' 4 ' e ' ' ' ' ' ' , 're I . ' e Q ' ' sr . 1- . L. , ., ' . ' - . - ur. -:Oz , I I ' ,- - . - ' - . ' ' ' . 1 - ' ' 1 ' ' .1-' ' , I crept stealthily on-dodging ever the noises I made, frightened at my . . . . 1 , . ,, 5 .. , 1 K ' . 53 gi j '. .' g, ' . T ' ' 1 ' '3 ' ' 'V - '. . ' ' . '. Q - x. t " . , C . ' " . . A 1 e . - C x ' ' ' , 1 - fl v 4 .- X ' - . 1 ia . 'q D , .0 ' ' ' fs Q V . b 'S ..' , ' W' . hi . L -IZ g " v- ' - . . S THE FOLNDINC 01' LOIUMBIA Although Tennessee was admrtted to the Union 1n 1796 Colun1b1a was no founded until te11 years later for the Creek Indians who clarmed the Southern part of Middle Tennessee were not 1nduced to wrthdraw south of the Tennesset Rlver until 1806 In November of the year 1807 an act was passed which prov1ded for the selectron of a county seat for Maury bounty Three Commissioners Joseph Brown John Lindsey and William Frierson were selected for locatlng the site they were mstructed to declde upon a space within three m1les of the centev of the county and as near to Duck Rrver as possrble On May 20 1808 an agreement was made with John White to purchase 100 acres of hrs land for S500 This was deeded to the Commrssroners on July '8 111 the same year The tract extended from Burns Spllllg by Nmth Street to Frrerson from these north to Whxtes Spring east to Duck R1ver up the river to a pornt north of Burns Spring and from there south to the sprrng The next work of the Commrssroners was to d1V1dC the territory into lot to be sold at 3LlCt10I1 Settlers flocked to Columbla The sale commenced on August 1 1808 and over S20 000 00 was cleared at the first auctlon The proceed of this sale were used to build a courthouse and a Jail On November 17 1817 Columbia was incorporated This first Charter was amended in 1848 1850 1856 1870 and 1879 with other minor amendments at other trmes By the f1rst act Samuel Polk Lemuel Prewett and Samuel Mc 51011815 and to turn the f1na11ces and other property over to the mumcrpalrty General Isaac Roberts convened the first court December 21 1807 at the hom of Colonel Joseph Brown Whrch was three miles south of Columb a It was used only a year Nimrod Porter one of the first sher1ffs built the flrst brlck cou1t house Colun1b1a began to progress rapidly Schools churches homes commercial houses a hotel an opera house and numerous bus1ness houses were bullt Th I nd was found to be very valuable for farming and the climate good 'Ih population rncreased steadilv until It reached approximately eight thousand 111 thc carly part of tl1e 20th century V11g1n1a Fidwcll MEMORIES 1Half A Century Hence? Oh memories' thoughts of bygone davs' How happy were those golden treasures of long ago' M5 heart bursts now 1nt0 pra1 e and song when I re member those dear companrons who have filled my life with Joy and hope and cheer Oh sweet remembrance' I 11ow recall the happy school days at C H J where we n1et a11d w1thout regret shared our heavy tasks and Joys Much time has passed away how quickly it flees' Now I am old and m hair has turned to silver but in mv memory there lingers a day a dav whicn shed a llght upon the path of all who now march at C H S That :lay endec he course of a class then b ave and true st1ll brave and true though scattered to the corners of the Earth We left behmd us a g'or1ous path a path that led to life That path IS still glovs mg for all who wish to tread lt We were helped by those wl1o cared then we tried to lend a hand We 1neekly strove to wake those careless souls who slept in their oathvtay ani dreamed of a gloomy cloudy d'1y when they must 1111 a place of great perils ani lace thrs mocking world of scorn and hate We let our noble deeds of love all lPage Srxty sixl Q-'Sl' 1 - .5 . 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A ' V ' . . . 1 S . 4 I if .. ......-, - C:-91...- 3' 1They fell upon us Why shouldn t vue pass them on'2l upon tohse Junlors Soph, and FI6Sh16S who were weak and dazed 1n sorrow and in pam We helped them 'ind the path of hope and noble alms that led to happiness and fame Oh yes' I love the thought of work back there where we learned the deep est thoughts and mysteries of a beautiful 'md g1e'1t l1fe of a heart and mmd en shxmed in peace But the reality is gone and only the thought remains My hfe is spent and death IS drawing, mgh I look now to the future may I meet those friends over there Oh' pleasant recollectlonsl Charlotte Locke ON FRIENDSHIP Eve yone wants lrlends and by having friends friendship IS created T get a fri nd you must be a frlend yourself Someone has said that a true fflelld s one who knows everything about you and llkes you in spite of it Friendship is ore of the things that money can not buy The highest and noblest things can not be bought with money A true friend will not desert you when you al ln trouble but w1ll stick to you all the closer He will weep when you weep ind ejoice when you TBJOICE Frlendshro may be described as an attachment to a person It means by this that when one says something about your frlend you will defend him lt for the money one has These people are not friends they are parasites Soml peop e are dumb enough to think them friends but when you get 1n trouble you will rind out Ee friendly to everyone It does not matter whether he is 11ch or post Always lend a helping hand Sometimes a smile will render much service ax cl lt surely does not hurt anyone It takes more energy to frown than to smlle so txhy not sm1e9 You w1ll get a great deal of benefit yourself and so will th ones with whom you come in Contact Friendship may be described as intimacy which means close fellowship f vou really are a friend you will feel close to that person to whom you are a friend lhe things that concern him will interest you very much also If one really has friendship it will most lrkelv be lasting Friendship is not obtained in ones first meeting another but in several meet mgs or being together You vull enjoy each others company more and more each tlme and you will get to the point where you will look forward to your meetmg Friendship has been here for a very long time We should do our part by keeping lt here and passing ll on to our posterity Christ has shown us the be tmunple of friendship and ut should try to be more like him every day Evelyn Hazdison To be honest to be kind to earn a llttle and to spend a little less to make upon the whole a family happier for his presence to renounce when that shall be necessary and not to be embittered to keep a few friends but these without capitulation above all on the same condition to keep friends with himself here is a task lor all a man has of fortitude and dellcacv Robert Louis Stevenson By the stieet of by and by one arrives at the house of never Cervantes lPaUe sixty exenl P 'sill Viv W ' 5 f w P s ' -e e W -ve-we a as ,' ' ' Q W . ' . D . 1. I c ' c q ' I ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' r ' ' , 20: A ' L' .e v . l . . ' ' - ' ' ' 'xx A . . . . ' does not mean attached in the sense of going with one for a good time and just . . I . x , . O , , . ' l . ' ' ' e 5. . . . . K I . V , I I .I . ' . ' K . , . . ' ' L . --- 19: - 1 - . U .,'. -5 ' - ...CK V Y W- ,-, Y :Qian 3 MUSIC Musrc can melt that whrch rs oorporeal and leave only the ethereal There rs somethrng about rt whrch makes man stretch forth hrs hand to the sunset and know that he goes on forever Musrc rs Just as much an rnterpretatron and reflectron of lrfe as hteraturr Co much of the hfe of a composer may be poured forth rn one moment of musrr' that rt seems possrble to hve a lrfetrme durrng that one moment of lrst nrng For the fullest apprecratron of musrc the antennae of your mrnd must D9 'rbre to reach back over years or centurres to the one who set rt free and recerv rt unrmparred from hrm No technrr-al knowledge rs necessary for apprecratron but there must be somethrng rnsrde of you whrch rrses up and unrtes wrth lt Shakespeare sard to beware of the person who has no musrc rn hrs soul Ir1 deed lt seems that any person who rs truly hung must sometrmes frnd respon to muslc wrthrn hrmself Whether rt rs heard at home wrth only glowrng emb rs and a sunset for lrght or rn a great cathedral whose doors are shut on the world musrc rs powerful and those who have onc experrenced the power of truly great musrc can never agarn be satrsfred vurth Jazz for they realrze the rncompletenes of rt Musrc can be as cleansrng and purrfyrng to the soul as the fresh vtrnds of God It pushes back the horrzon of everyday lrfe to the rnfrnrte Sometrmes wt LS lrke gentle fmgers on a burnrna forehead or sprrng wrnd that doesnt ercac t ell you anythmg but somehow you Just know One moment rt may seem to be the essence of the Joy of hvrng and the next rt may brrrrg tears that seem to leave unerasrble tracks Agarn rt may be as cool and untroubled as the ternrtv of God or as turbulent as the torrent of trme Truly there rs no mood whrch musrc cannot express yet all of rt rs rn varn 1f rt does not more dehcately tun the crashrng roar of rt down to the trnrest vrbratron Mrldred Walke MOONLIC HT AND THE OLDER GENERATION I wonder how many of the younger generatron have had bestowed upon thorn fr humorous stare by the grown ups or maybe a look that somehow slrd down some old maid s nose when mentron of the moonlrght was fervently made' Or hovx many a young boy has been answered wrth sly smrles and unconcealed nudges when ne stopped to lrsten to the robrn s call or trred rn a blunderrng w 11 to explarn that the world was a glorrously beau 1'u1 place to lrve when sprrng o Jk the place of a grey dark wrnter'J Why should the grown ups actually close therr eyes to therr surround1'1gs'P Why should they reason that a young man ravrng about the grfts of nother ra ture could only mean that he was rn love not meanrng of course that he possrb 3 could be rn loxe but that he was gorng through a stage of sprrng fever 'ave It seems to me that when the younger generatron rs laughed at fo hen utte ly chrldrsh ways by the older memb rs of the famrly no oth r xplanatron could be grven for their fun makrng actrons except that they were Jealous JI th qurck response of th rr off sprrngs to the great out doo s The moon can make a lovely delrcate scene y u Know The amp 3 d ,Ugg 1 that have rts soft lrght to our g eat gra ndoa ents ewes rts 'naar lr ht to Moonbeams drrftrng dovxn thru the tre s b rngmg out so t shadows on ery slrght lv movrng leaf stars tx rnklrng rn a soft shade of nrght blue the pe um from IPage S1XtV erghtl "bl IGFW ' g- J, A - r E Hiwvf, . 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' . - - 'J' ' ' ' - - ' r 5 ' e ' . - ' - A J' - -- cg - -f f - ---- -A-0 - W ,ff ' G .. 1 T whrte roses a rrpple on a lake the eyes couldnt mrstake all therr beauty rf th neart was wrllrng to vet them feast for a whrle I remember hearrng an extraordrnary member of nur older ffeneratron av that rf the older folks would just pause for a whrle and remember the javs or herr youth they would not condemn the younger generatron so readrly He went on to say that he rememb red hrs own fo lrsh pranks and faults that were not al together good and remembered them when he saw hrs own sons :iorng somethr r equally as foolrsh I really thrnk that some older people see thc thr rgs about them wrth an eve lor th b auty of the scene but qurckly draw rnto a shell of rown up attrtud when the younger set comes around Maybe rn therr heart they re blessrng th rnrles of rollmg gree 1 hrlls that gradually turn rnto a dark blue and frnally Into a farnt purple tt e gurgle of a mrschr vors brook or the refreshed looks of the flox ers after a qurck Aprrl shower but to the rnnocent youngster a sarcastrc ve t rs o b autrful along wrth a nose slrde lance wrth a certarn lrght rn the eyes that could only mean that you re berng made fun of rs the pleasrng results he when he expresses hrs thoughts aloud Now that I ve used the term older generatro r throughout thrs Jumbled mrx tu e of words don t thrnk that I m on the warpath wrth our eld rs I am certarn v not They e much our superror rn actron and rudgments and I respect and aa mr e therr posrtrons I also do not belreve that the younger generatron rs under omg unbearabl lrardshrps from therr olde krn far from rt' But I do belrev that when a person loses that abrlrty to recognrze the lovelrness of hrs own tn vrro ment he has lost an a t that rs prrceless Marre Chunn THL IOW ER OF HABIT acqurred We rnherrt our natrve naturse from ancestors We acqurre the oth 1 nature through habrts whrch we enter rnto because of our envrronment Habrt comrng from the Latrn word habrtus means a tendency to perform certarn ac trons Habrt may be a permanent state of rest or a permanent form of actrvrty vhrch IS reached as a result of our actrons A persons chorce usually causes hrm to do as he prefers We frnd th L we lrke best whatever rs customary Our rdeas of beauty and taste are always rn fluenced by custom Probably the people of the next century wrll thrnk our style of dress as absurd as we thrnk the dress of the last century was At the present custom makes our style of dress surt us Pythagoras has sard Prtch upon that course of lrfe whrch rs most excellent and lrabrt wrll render rt most agreeable 'Ihe rep trtron of certarrr acts affects our wrll to 'r great extent Repetrtron has a great effect upon our senses Our sense of hearrng becomes dulled to ertarn norses after we hear them ontrnuously The blfrcksmrth rs not bet ered by the norse of hrs hanrn er People who lrve near rarlrofrd tracks thrr l nethrng of the many rrorses of the passrng trams Tne more we eat of a root' we do not lrke the better rt tastes We become accustomed to the taste Wher the frrst lays of wrnter come we thrrrk we .rnnot possibly ndure such old weatr r Alter several weeks altlrcueh the terppe rture f'rlls more we do ro notrce the o'd o much as we 11d 'rt frrst By the rep trtron of xrrtuous acts moral powers are garrred After dorng ood leed everfrl trmes 'rs much rnora' power rs not needed as was at the frrst trme But srnce habrt rs a por er for both good ard bad a tendency may arrse to do acts of xrcrousness rf they are once begun It .ve form habrts rn our vout r they wrll be re 5 hard to break therefore we should form only ood habrts for lPa e Srxtx nrnej 'N Uc1"" .1 . 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M A .:l,,j..,g -..Il H i A' ,..," ll, ""',1 4' ,- - 7 ' " " .4 Ti. gras, in 'T bad ones grow stronger Just as the good ones do Ravrnes and crags are the cx pressron not of a sudden vrolence but of lrttle habrts persrsted rn contmuallf The power of hablt IS a wrse provrsron As a twrg rs bent the tree rs mclrned hence we must watch ourselves very closely for habrts are formed unconscrously almost as often as they are conscrously Mlldred Johnston 3b BIG RACE Wendy Parks leaned back rn h1s barbers charr and trred to relax He was the best barber rn Hamlrn and there were seldom such lulls as thrs rn hrs busrness For ten years he had worked to keep from thlllklflg Now as he rleaxed hr thoughts went back to the thrngs he had tried so hard to erase from hrs memory He thought of h1s youth spent on hrs fathers stock farm rn Kentucky 0' the days after he had left home when he had searched for a Job and found rt Jockymg for one of hrs fathers old frrends Those were the happiest trmes of hrs lrfe After a year of rrdrng and lovrng and carrng for horses he had rrdden Blue Boy rn the New Orleans derby and won Then many better offers had come but he had accepted the one made by Colonel Srmms because he loved Jellrco the Colonel s best racer Jellrco was entered rn the great derby at Churchrll Downs Loursvrlle and on h1m Wendy rode to vrctory courtshrp and perhaps there had been moments when Beth had regretted rt but Wendy had never They had one son Jon Wendell Parks When Jon was sever years of age Beth and Wendy had another of their stormy arguments and that nrght the mother took Jon and left home Wendy had not seen nor heard of them srnce that nrght For a few days he remarned rn therr old home and trled to concentrate on hrs work of tralnrng rrne race horses but he farled He moved to Hamlrn where he bought a barber shop and attempted to forget wh1le h1s reputatron as best barber rn the town grew Hrs chief amusements now were attendrng the few races held rn Tennes see and readrng the sports pages Hrs one brrght spot on the day was the darly sports revrew grven over the radlo by the local statlon The door of the shop opened and B111 Cutter walked 1n Wendy was roused from hrs revcrre to meet thrs farthful customer The two men had been frrend for years and therr rnterests were sery srmrlar B111 looked at the clock and asked Aren t you gorng to get the sports 1 vrew today Wendy? Wendy turned on the radlo and started to grve B11 lh same krnd of harrcut he had been grvrng hrm for ten years The vorce of the announcer drawled on whrle B111 and Wendy lrstened wrth lnterest Good afternoon The New Orleans Derby 1S now rn the sports lrmellght Many of the best runners rn the country wrll compete rn lt tomorrow The ra I orrte seems to be Saratoga rrdden by young Wendy Parks That sounds llke your son' exclarmed B111 Wendy was puzzled Could thrs possrbly be the son for whom he had searched so long" But we always called hrm Ion Beth thought lon was a fnore drgnrfrerl name No that couldnt be my boy You dont know Wendy And I wouldnt lose any trme flndrng out f I was rr your place B111 frnally left to Wendy s rellef Aft r that shock the barber felt trange ly weak But how could another boy have hrs name9 He must learn the truth He went to the telephone and called bonaldson the only detectrve rn Hamlrn lPage Seventyj ++ :Gif . A' ' M . b ' , 4 'g 1 . ,V .. rf ' f - : A in f 1,, --Hi---l-iv . . 1- A31 ' , V y ' l ' U' . " . J . v Y . . . ' . y , .U :0:-- . - u vw ' ' . ' - 1 ' ' '- . . l , .Q , . , . , 1 . . . . l . . M . 1, , Sl ' ' ,. nr - n i At ' I! ' v ' y v . , Two weeks after the race Wendy married Beth Simms. It was a whirlwind . , . L ,. . . Q , . ' rr 1 ' ,D- , - ' H ' a .1 A 7 ' - ' N- . . , . , , Un Y - . . . , ,. . . -,, 1 I v.: I V ', Y! ' ' ' ' a .- , . . . . , ,, - K A y - ' V . I N .L ,-. N . . . l , . Sas '57 He told hrm of the sports revrew and gave hrm all the lues he could thrnk of He was hoprng desperately that thrs mrght be the boy he so longed to see He dreaded the detective s report whrch mrght show that the boy had no connec tron wrth the lonely barber rn Tennessee The news came late the next afternoon Donaldson eagerly told hrm that Wendy Parks the Jockey was the same Jon Wendell Parks who had left home ten years before wrth hrs mother Wendy was so overjoyed that he could no speak Then the famrlrar vorce of the sports reporter came to them Good afternoon The sports world was shocked today by the sudden turn of luck rn the New Orleans Derby The famous runner Saratoga rrdden by the 17 year old Wendy Parks was on the home stretch leading wrth a margrn of two lengths when he stumbled and fell on the rrder crushrng hrm Young Parks was taken to the hosprtal where he dred a few mrn Wendy had turned pale and hrs eyes were starrng strarght ahead Dred he repeated weakly Donaldson could thrnk of no words of comfort nothrng whrch would ease the sufferrng of thrs broken hearted father Then he thought of the remarnde o hrs report Wendy he began Italked to your wrfe rn Baton Rouge a few mrnutes Margaret Knorr LOMMERC IAI REPORT It rs gratrfyrng to know that the members of the Senror Cornmercral DL partment have advanced successfully rn therr commercral work The Senrors make up about 25"f of the Commercral Department wrth many others takrng typewrrtrng Everyone rs greatly advanced rn typewrrtrng and there are a few who type around forty words a mrnute Shorthand rs wrltten at a much hrgher averagt than formerly The Junrors have also advanced greatly now havrng Just about mastered thc begrnrrng of Shorthand and wrll go strll farther rnto rt next year As trrs rs now the close of another year I want rn behalf of the Senror Lommercral Department to express our apprecratron and thanks to Mr Sea graves for hrs efforts and mterests to make us Stenographers for thrs great busrness world of the present day Frances Lusk How To Become Your Own Grandfather I marrred a wrdow wrth a grown daughter My father fell rn love wrth mv step dau hter and marrred her thus becornrng my son rn law and my step daughter became my mother b cause she was my fathers wrfe ll y wrfe gave brrth to a son who was of course mv fathers brother rn lava a d also my urcle for he was the brother of mv step mo her My father s wrfe became the mother of a son who was of course my broth er and also my grand chrld for he was the son of mv daughter Accordrngly my wrfe was my grandmother because she was my mothers mothe I was my wrfes husband and ffrandchrld at the same trme and as the lausband of a persons grandmother rs hrs grandfather I AM MY OWN GRAND ATHIR Mark Twarn IPage Seventy one 1 -QQ! r 4- I A f,' ,asv I s ,,-, ,. ,D ' . la ,2 . 0 . ' D t . . . , , . IA ' H . . I . . - I . Y E - ' 1 . AL H U ' ' ' ago. She said she would be home after the race-home forever." - :0:- --- A . . ' '1 ' . , g . . . . 5 . - , Y ' 0 . ' ' ' .4 u - . , :Oza- - - rr ' 1 ' I -' - I. ' D 1 . ' e . ' ' ' , 1' ' ' f ' -' - . , . P- . . , . . h ' ' 5 'i' 1' 1 ' --I + 1633, SOPHISTIQ HPD SUI ERI ATIVES Below wrll be found the personal nomrnatrons of McNutt MacNut and Mc Knutt Lglrest Boy Foot Lovell Lazrest Boy John Totty Lazrest Grrl Hrnda Kuk Most Pleasant Jane McKay Hardrsorr Brggest Smoker Charlre Aldrrdg Brggest Baby Brlly Anderson Brggest Flrrts Emrly Thomrs and Strat Sloan tred for frrst place wrtl' 1 1 2 votes each Jane Sheegog Brggest Bum Howell Wantlarrd Brggest Hot Arr Artrst Panama Jones Brggest Sap J W Abernathy Toughest Nut Brlly Wrlsford Most Concerted Jabo McEwen Brggest Grouch Eugene Shaprro Most Demoralrzrng D K Mrnor Most Love srck Evelyn Hardrso 1 Most 'Irmrd Harold Bauma 1 Brgg st Smart aleck Jerry Dowlrnf Plggest Snob Sarah Wrtherspoon Vlost sarcastrc Leon Locke NOT ALTOGETHER HOPILLFSS No man s oprnron 1S entrrely worthless Even a watch whrch wont run is rrglrt twrce a day Brndery Talk My garden wrth 1tS srlence and the pulses of fragrance that come and ga on the any undulatrons affects me lrke sweet musrc Care stops at the Gates and gazes at me wrstfully through the bars Among my flowers and trees Nature takes me rnto her own hands and I breathe freely as the frrst man Alexander Smrth Frrendshrp rs a grft but rt 1S also an acqurrement It rs lrke the rope wrfh whrch clrmbers rn the hrgh mountarns brnd themselves for safety and only 1 coward cuts the rope when a comrade rs rn danger From Crcero to Emersor and long before Crcero and forever after Emerson the prarses of frrendshlp har e been set forth Even fragments of frrendshrp are precrous and to be treasurel But to have a whole real frrend rs the greatest of earth s grfts save one To ut .1 whole real frrend rs worthy of hrgh endeavor for farth truth cour rge and loy alty brrng one close to the Krngdom of Heaven Annos Lost Somewhere between sunrrse and sunset two golden hours each se' wrth srxty dramond mrnutes No reward rs offered for they are gone forever Horace Mann Learnrng makes a man frt company for hrmself Young We never lrve we are always rn the expectatron of lrvrng Voltarre All that I am or hope to be I owe to MV Angel mother Lrncoln The sure way to mrss success rs to mrss opportunrty Chasles Ill deeds are doubled wrth an evrl word Shakespeare I pray thee O God that I may be beautrful wrthrn -Socrates Heaven the treasury of everlastmg Joy Shakespeare Men are womens playthrng woman rs the devrls Vlctor Hugo I dare not drrnk for my own sake I ought not to drrnk for my nerghbors, sake '1 L. 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'aii U11 Meri "I A 'D I 'f"' 1'- sl 1- with a lisp, "TIL 's V11 the :md '1 'nit' '5 ' ' 1' 1 in ,Q iclwg .:irs," FTA 1 1 A il -IP: , .wel tj-t1.:esf1- I i'i ,:' " :, 'L Y L T, :MA ' igjiigj f ii:E"1 .-' :,.g.i1l "" Scotch Gent My lad are you to D my cadd1e" Laddxe Yes slr Scotch Gent And how are you at fllldlllg lost ballso Caddle Very good slr Scotch Gent Well look around and f1nd one and well start th game A nnmster whlle passmg a group of convlcts at work on the county roads became very much depressed at the wlckedness of the world My good men he exhorted We should strlve to mend our ways Well wotlnell you tnlnk we re do mg asked No 2389 dlgglng f1sh worms? Lady But why 1S lt you can t 16 member how long you have been ou of work'P 'Ilamp Well lady I cant remem ber whethe1 I was born ln 88 or 9 Why do old malds wear cotton Because they havent any k1ds' Mr Frlerson If I had 9 chxldren and 8 apples how would I make the apples go around? Enoch Aw applesauce' Mlss Hale Where does steelwool come f1om'P B1lly W Off the sheep on the Iron mounta1ns of course D K Glve me those keys' Jabo What keys'P D K Those whlskxesl John T I kxssed her when she wasn t lookrng Enoch What d1d she d09 John T She wouldn t look at me the rest of the evemng Mr Frlerson What IS a vacuum? Maxy Smith I have lt ln my head but I can t thxnk of lt just now EPITAPH Tomorrow the Class of 36 wlll graduate from th1s mstxtutlon there after to be known 'ls 1nd1v1duals and never agaln as a class Thus we 1n cube th1s epltaph to the memory of the Senlor Class of 36 Here rests the Class of 36 Falthful faultless wxthout pretens Each deed was done wxth sober sense Its troubles many pleasures few Yet twas all worth go1ng through WISCIOHI happlness and pude To these thlngs th1s class aspned Some may say The Journeys done Yet t1s true xts Just begun This class has by llttle warnlng Prepared for the way wn1ch has no turmng Tomorrow 1nto l1fe they ll soar Never as a class no more The goal of gLaduat1On you have not been denxed Each mdlvlduals reached lt but the Class of 36 has dled Ozzle W1 1tten by OZZIC of the team Izzle and Ozzle as the last of an extensxve two year IZZIC and Ozzle serles Peg What shall we do th1s even mg" Em1ly Lets thmk hard Peg No lets do somethlng you can do Rex Dearest couldn t you learn to love meo Helen Clark I mlght I learnel to eat spmach Ml FFISFSOD What IS the formula lor water? Goodall HIJKLMN Mr F Nonsense Goodall You sald yesterday lt was H to O Nancy H What would you do 11 vou had f1ve dates vslth a man and he had never attempted to k1ss you? Mable L Id 11e about lt lPage Seventy fourl 'bl' I J' Q' V Q I ' 51, 3, I "4 - : ' - t, ,K !a". -"1 '-- f- -- - Y- ---L . .- A W ---I fy. u A WI, ' 4 . . .K . , 'qs ' . .. , - ,, . y L, . ., 1 ' . -I - ' Y! 7 v' . . , - . . ,, . . . . . . ' Q st ' !Y ' ' ' Y ' ' 1 - , K, C . . . . , ,, - , D - , , ll O - w u 1 1 7 . . . . ' ' . D. A Y 1 1 V! T H Y . , U Al !l AA ' ' ' . T 1 1 ' ' ' ' U ' .. - . . , ,H -- ' ' 1'- , ' 71 AA ' ' ' Y i Y . , . , . ,, , . , . M - ' 1 . - 'V ' . 77 ' 1 . ll 1 ' l , - , ,8 M . . . . , . -f. Z 1 Ak ' I gloves?" - - .1 n ' N " ' v H ' Q ' " ' , 4 H , - .. ' ' H ' ' H I H ' . . in 31 ' .,, . , . 0 ' ' . ml Y ' Y! . la 7, ' . ' . ll - , ' 1 Y! . H . - . .I -lil 'I . AL 1 - H . , , , . H . .. - . , . 16 ' VY ' ' . .. - J, ' Y! . dn YY ' . AL ' ' Y! ' ' --.9.-i H I " ' - V . .. 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Solemnly mournfully Cealrng 1ts fate The screechrng srren Tells me Im late I-Irstory IS an awful thrng l'o me rt doth such mlsery bran I hate rt lBlank Versel Frght frght wonderful frght Why we say rt rs beyond my srgr Hard on clothes frsts teeth and eyes Yet a good frght always U shes Sprrnv sprrng beautrful sprxn What else to me could ever brrn Such napp1ness9 lmore blank versev One day whrle vvalkrng down by tn sea A wonderful thought appeared to mm Eut I forgot rt lstrll more-r It was an arly day rn September When I met Mrss Hale so drastrc All that I can now remember Is shes so darn sarcastrc One day whrle everythrng was stlll I decrded to stroll over the hrll But I was trred so I sat down 4Blank verse agam I what a funny lrttle frsh the fro gv are When hrm rum hrm rump so fu And when hrm grt trred hrm set 'low 1 to vest On hrm tarl whrch he arnt got much rt the best Words and rhyme scheme By vIcEwen and ocke Juclee The polrceman says th t you were traxelrng at a speed of oil n rles an hour P rsoner It was necessary your Hcrao I h d stolen the car Ju D8 Oh thats drfferent ca e crrsmrss d L3 'ml' SPRING AGAIN' Sprrng days are here' All the skres are clear 'Ihe lrttle brrds twrtter and srn Ihey know trs sprrng' School days are almost gone Yet fr lrttle whrle we lrnger on And then three months of cheer Untrl we start agarn next year Sprrng Fever 3 Mrs Matthews Dont deny It I sax you comrng out of that cabaret Mr Matthews Now dearre yoa wou dnt want me to stay rn there would you? Howell Do you know the drffer errce between a bathtub and a parlo Frances W No Howell Gosh' Where do you er tertarn your frrends'J Prof James why were you absent yeste1day'P James My grandmother dred that your grandmother has dred James Yes srr but my grand father was a Mormon Prof sto student who has been late oftenv When were you borna Student The second of Aprrl Prof Late agarn Chr marry smoke I want When I marry Im gorng to r man that doesnt drrnk gamble or stay out late ytt hrm to have a good trme Whereq Qtrat Cer re Cop Sloan Stop that man Jffr trred to krss me That s all rreht Mrss therell be another one alon rn a mrnute Panama How much are your roomso Clerk Frxe dollars up to twelve Panama How much for one all rr to lPa e Sewentx fuel +mu :Sir r. sf 0 V -A - .fr- Wv 1 - i' 1' - fr 4, A pl, - Y AAYN W9 ' In P 0' B ' 1 f 7 ' 3 . -E E' flaw, Q 7, .' - . f , J ?9 . Y . n ' . Y w N 7 . . A . . N . , U D! . ' --' ' , V . Y ' ' ,- ' 1 .. ,V -. ' It . 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' . . tr, I r .. ,' ,.e . , gh . - U 1 '- ' ' - D e M fn- 4 ,WM , o -,-Y, My-f IF I WERE A MILLIONAIRE It I were a m1ll1ona1re there are thmgs Id l1ke to do I w1ll tell you all about them to see lf they please you Escolators Id 1nstall from the f1rst floor to the thlfd The one safe way up these steps 1S to fly and Im no blrd I d have book racks 1n the rec halls complete wlth lock and key l'h1s Share Your Wealth 1dea ISI t all It ought to be Nxce soft cush1ons lor all the chans how n1ce that sounds to me Even pup1ls should have some comfort I th1nk you w1ll agree The cafeterla would serve food sult able for klngs and queens We wouldn t have to th1nk about hv 1ng w1th1n our means The1e would be a1r condltxoned looms not too hot nor cold That sure costs plenty of money t least so I am told I m1ght 11ke to go to school 11 all these thmgs were done much fun V1rg1n1a Douglas Tough Guy For two cents Id knock your block off Jabo Get away from me you dlrty p1ofess1onal Pat We ve been wa1t1ng a lone tlme for my mother J abo Hours I should say ' Pat Oh Jabo th1S IS so sudden Mr Duke Xou re late agalll th1 Il'lO1ll1I1g Dont you know what tlme we start lessons at thlS school'P Leon No slr they re always at It when I get here Frlend Whats your OCCl11ZJ3.tl0l19 Mr Scogg1ns Im a school teach er 111 Columb1a F1 xend Honest? M1 Scoggms I sind I was a teach Isnt that enoughg 'S Jabo Red Andrews could alwav go Wlth whomever she pleased Locke Then why 1snt she bem rush d now'1 Jabo She never pleased anybody Rex I lxke a g11l who can take a Joke Porter Then you stand a good chance of gettmg marrled C1ockett and Peg were a1gu1ng vw orously 1n Manual Arts class Clock ett you re the dumbest person I evel saw sald Peg Now boys you fo1 get I m 1n the loom mterrupted hh Duke Goodall Thmkmg of me cl arest" Red Oh' was I 18Ughlf1g9 Im so sorry Strat T1s better to have loved a l1ttle man than never to have loved a tall Hopeful I wonder 1f It IS true that the length of a boy s a1m 1S equul to the c1rcumference of a glrl s W81St9 Hopeless Lets get a strlng and meabufe It Enoch Do you have any trouble w1th shall and w1ll'P John T No Mary Jane says you shall and I say I w1ll Why a1e you so 1nterested Mary? Why shes so dumb hasnt enough sense to come 1n of the ram Thats just lt And the same phes to the moonl1ght Peg That s a good look1ng su1t have on Jabo Mlnd glVlDg me address of your ta lor" Jabo Not at all cond1t1on that you 11 1116 But only on C If I sa1 what tense would that be'J D K Pretense kld pretense IPage Seventv srxl sne OU y0Ll 6 hal do not tell 111171 I was handsome ' sill li, ' 0' W o a , ., .'v,,- ff, , , 74 E '-fw. . E' 1.6-, ' . , ' 1 " ' ,s 7 V ' fr 1 . , . e . ' ' . In H 2 :0: Y ' ' . nn ' ', , . , . . . ,, ' ' ll ,,v! .,. ' v I. R K 'rn' A u . ' ' - ' ' '.1 . 'Y ' H . . . , ' n 1 ' f ' ' ' , -ili- ' . ' . 11 ' - Q . -1 , - . . , e . . 1 ' '.- YY . h , . l Z.: 1 ' ' ' . - . In 1 ' , . , , -3 , , ---:Ml 3 As it is, I truthfully say, "It isn't so ' ' ' H . 4: 1 - . . . - ' 1 . U - L. . -li lzti U ' n Y l ' 1 H 1 ' 77 Y 1 ' 'U . t , . iatgw- -+M- Z u 1 ' ' D U . ' . ,, , - . s 3 Y ' . ' , . t . AA ' '. 'i 4 ' 77 - v v ' ' -lil " " ' ' . ' ap- . Z .. , , - -S . - , . . 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' . ...A H ,D,.l,,.,,s- D f W . -sw Y 1, gf 1, Am 1 2 WIIY WE SHOULD BE THANKFLL The Class of 36 should be thank ful because There wxll be no more hxstory top1c to learn no more themes to wrlte no more hlstory reports to get no mo e french storles to read no more French to wr1te no more books to read no more words to look up no more fuss mgs no more typlng to do no more shorthand to wr1t,e no more dates to learn no more chem1stry formulas to memorlze no more experlments fo do no more of rooms 6 and 17 no mole reproofs and demerlts no more evenlng partles 1n room 6 no more tests and examlnatxons no mole Home Ec note books no more L1ter ature no more memory work no mole paraphraslng no more stay1ng 1n na more excuses to forget or thmk up no more debates no more geomet y problems and we mlght add no mor bram work for teachers at C H 5 Red head blue eyes dumbness and mtelllgence Its a far far better rest that we go to CIICK Where a e all the nxce gnls thls even1ng'P Bxll Walker Out Wlth the hand ome men LJ wb' Rastus Ah heahs Sambo was ar rested fo tarnperln wld 1oll1n stock Mose Ah dxdnt know he wocked fo de rallroad Rastus He don t He was caught shootm wld loaded dlce Am t It tough G1r1s" When you cuddle close To the boy frlend And you run your soft F1nger Upward along h1s Cheek A1n t lt tough? They always talk who never thlnk Prlox Not fallure but IOW a1m 15 crlme J R Lowell There rs no book on vuhxch we can rest Ill a dyxng moment but the Blble Selden It IS ught to be contented mth what we have newer Wlth what we :ue Mackmtosh Thele IS not a moment wlthout some duty Cxcero None but cowards l1e Muxphy Thmkrng IS the talkmv of the soul Wlfh 1tself Plato For a wlfe take the daughter of a good mother Fuller New ldeas can be good or bad Just the same as old ones Franklm D Roose vet The only way to have a f11end IS to be one Emerson Honesty 15 the best pollcv Frankhn IPage Seventy sexenj -P31 r 0- 9' Y i -r u , . . ' 15' 1: K- - ' -"' 'FP J W' 7-f' ' ---- f lp 3 H . 1 U7, . '. ' ' le ' . f in , V . LL ! ' 1 ' . ' Y . 77 v - . as - v Q y . H -5 . lt 1 Y Y ' l ' ' 7! . l 'I . , .. 4 ' y . . , y . 1 v - y . , - . f v 1 , v , V, v v , . .. - - rv - . 1 . . . 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