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Show Hide text for 1937 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 52 of the 1937 volume: “ Vivian Hawki Assist Carolyn Davis Foature Editor Rad Ethridge Sports Editor MR. PERRY WESTBROOK erintendent MR. G. M. CHARLES MR. ARD PULLIAM Vocational Agriculture MISS LOUISE YOUNG Domestic Science MRS. LOUISE H. MORTON English al d French MISS FARISE SASSER Bic] MISS REBA HARRIS Music MISS RUTH HOLLINSHEAI English and Mathematics THOMAS BROWN be H vou ) CLEO BAXLEY LYNWOOD COMER CAROLYN DAVIS HAZEL ETHRIDGE | RAD ETHRIDGE As faithful ELOISE ETHRIDGE H i Why THELMA ETHRIDGE Happy-g ick ‘ t But MARTHA LOU GORDON KUGENIA GODARD Lo VIVIAN HAWKINS | ’ ; W ith LONZA HADDOCK The world’ no bett Life’ ANDERSON HODGE Work york and mu ake ' KDITH JONES Not many will you meet With ta weet ALICE KITCHENS 5 ents the modert I Ss In the steady) clear [IRIAM KITCHEN SADIE MOORE TOMMIE RUSSELL H nte MARY STEVENS Ek WHIDBY LOUIE WILLIAMS May MR. PERRY WESTBROOK Superintendent MR. G. M. CHARLES Coach and Principal History and Science MR. ARD PULLIAM Vocational Ayriculture MISS LOUISE YOUNG Domestic Science MRS. LOUISE H. MORTON English and French MISS FARISE SASSER English MISS REBA HARRIS Music MISS RUTH HOLLINSHEAI)) English and Mathematics THOMAS BROWN Just an altogether good guy, He does as he would be done by. CLEO BAXLEY She always helps us when in need, She’s frank and truthfully a frie JOE BOWEN Tall and handsome, sweet and gay, They made him, and threw the pattern away LYNWOOD COMER It is noble to have a friend, But still nobler to be a friend. CAROLYN DAVIS reaming eyes, a most picasinz She’s th nit in her locality HAZEL ETHRIDGE Still they gazed and their ore That one small head RAD ETHRIDGE As faithful a lad as you may know, Who delights not in pomp or show. ELOISE ETHRIDGE Happy am I, from care I'm free, Why aren’t they all content lik THELMA ETHRIDGE Happy-go-lucky is her trend, But all in all a very good frien MARTHA LOU GORDON er v¢ frown is fairer far, Than smiles of other maidens are EUGENIA GODARD Graceful ani useful in al] she does, Lovely and jolly to those she loves VIVIAN HAWKINS There’s mischief in this lass so sweet, With cheerful smiles to those she meets. ALONZA HADDOCK The world’s no better if we worry, Life’s no longer if we hurry. ANDERSON HODGE Work is work and must be done, Yet as 1 work I have my fun. EDITH JONES Not many will you meet With a smile so staid and sweet. ALICE KITCHENS She represents the modern day, In the steady clean cut modern way. Inde MIRIAM KITCHENS Modest and unassuming plus rosy cheeks, Modern blushes and very sweet. O. R. KITCHENS It was his natural wish to please, An« this he does with greatest ease. MALCOLM MORTON Well-bred, friendly, lots of wit, With a welcome grin and lots of grit. SADIE MOORE She’s little, she’s 2 But a terror, I say. MARGARET MORTON Sweet, intelligent, lovely, demure, Always friendly, truthful and pure. FRANCES MITCHELL She’s happy, clever, has a wonderful mind, Girls of her type are hard to find. HELEN MASON A face with gladness-overspread, Soft smiles by human kindness bred. BLOUNT MATHIS In argueing he has his skill, Always talking, talk he will. TOMMIE RUSSELL Her intelligence is admired by all her friends, With her ability and modesty, she always wins. MARY STEVENS Hazel e} and cold black hair, Were silenc golklen she'd be a millionaire BOB SMALL A wink and a joke and a broad wry grin, The love of the class he’s sure to win. PHIL STINE Voice like a bear and an imagination That’s a big exaggeration. FRANK STEWART Duty’s his motto, knowledge his aim, Yet, he’s human and jolly all the same. VALERIA VINCENT She’s tall and intelligent, majestic as a queen, Calm and elegant wherever she’s seen. BEATRICE WHIDBY She does her part With a willing heart. LOUIE WILLIAMS Quiet, sweet and everyone's friend, Margaret's heart he’s sure to win. “- In Ceptember 1923, iventv-niie of ever saw assembled et Grey Jiith Tshscl the world in an airpldiise. Alautsent was in command of this azcibi: civantusre. Mr. Douglas Rumbl3, dr. Uceptirct, irs. 7 Hattie . Chiles wore hustarceuc. inte “. lie Goncva Jilliams accompanicc us 30 this first hop to set acgurirct- od with their futurc passcn7ers. “c 44 -oud flyine weathor tt.2t your. Only a fow mishaps oseourrss. “overd the ond of the first yoar's motor trouble and stonpec or sspeirs and esi¥ others couldn't take it so thoy bailed cus in prrachutes to travel sire other vay. One of the cmusinue inc: éonts was tho mock court ve hold. Bob mall vs the Stztc. Tho charge was for broaking . He must havo lost weight considerablo sines thon for ho is su and gcntle hu wouldn't co it intontionaliy for anything now or would ho? ve had a three month stop which complutod + of our journcy. While we stopped ve added 6 of our friocnds for our noxt flight. hr. Folds, our chicf-pilot was offcred a better position with the Butlor air lino which ho accopted. We had to act a nou chicf-pilot so we lookod around and found Mr. Porry ‘Jostbrook on the Haddock nltnc whom we persuaded to be our chiof-pilot. Mr. Rumbic rumblod around in the clouds and found a job 1s sinzine pilot for thc Tuckcr iir linc. Mr. 0. BR. ‘dike took his placc as co-pilot. Our now frionds socomed to be dissatisfied with our trevcls so fivo of thom bailod -ut. The rest stayed and cnjoy- ed the trip vory much. We landed for our sccond thrce months' stop. On our third tcrm trip wo lcft with 49 passcngors. Our trip began to attrrct tttcontion. Pcoplce from difforent plcccs cime to join us. iio took 5 off the Round O1k planc, 10 off the Eaddock plinc, 3 off Macon, 1 Fort Gaincs, 3 Griswordvillc, 3 Julicttc, 1 Tenn. “io let 6 passonacrs off in different placcs durin this hop. Yo thon took our list landineg before the ond of our trip. 4G beean our last flight with a l-rgc numbor of passonzcrs. Our old planc was cxthanecd for the Kow Gray Hish. This now plane was midc under the direction and suporvision of Mr. J. E. Knox, Board of Commissioners, and grants from the public orks administration. ‘Jith our nov plano we intended to make cur last ninc nonths tho most succossful, most cvontful, and most pros- perous of 111 our trip. In an offort to do thic:.c published cn annual, a monthly nowspaper, and cntcrod all the 4thlictic ind Lit- orary cvents. But liko all the rest of our flights there are al- ways paisscenscrs who have to loave us for virious reasons. ‘ic had 11 to take their doparturc before our Isnding safsly back hone asain. Wow that wo are landing, cvoryonc is thinkine About what hc or shc is going to do. ivoeryboty hrs sone defirite thing plin- nod and we hope that future years will fulfill for cach of them his doarest expectations. Motto Climb though the way be rugsed. Parting Farewell schoolhouse where wo dare not dwoll, And you dear teachers, farowell, fareowcll! You too, doar pupils, that we lovo so truc Romomber the conversations ‘twocn us and you? As wo at noon zo riding away, Your shadcs aro down your wihdows aro gray. The light glows soft on your red brick tilcs And we must be riding a thousand milcs. Riding away ovor hill and dalc, Like the youngest son in a fairy talo; To find some country that nceods a youth To kill its giants and dragons,forsooth! Come up, our ponics! Sleop sound, my doars! We shall bo bick in maybo a yonr. Goodbye little school whero wo'd like to dvc and you, our schoolm-tos, Farowell, Farovell i; ! Tuno (Pagon Love Song) Come and soc, doar Seniors What we have for you what the carth is giining To tc.ch you to bo truc. Theo wido 61¢ world is ovlling To it we'll reply And we'll coms tiptocing With a willing sigh. In our otrs it whispcrs Rise nnd wander forth To soc whit we are trying To torch vou to bo vorth So pl nt a troo whoso lcsf Tho yovetroc loif vill suit Whon tho shide is over Turn ind pluck the fruit. olet Poland 1 ¥ Ws aurinre iuching cS. ct not 1 addio Lano, not boin:: 1: I tmlone, holdire W. T. Ethridse Lyman “inchell Jane Moore Estelle winchell Wyatt Bonner Tormy Rottanah Lillian James Grace ‘.terling Viotet James aunt alice Viotet Poland Irene 4indrews zvelyn Malone Rose ©tanfora Grace Batchelor, liaié Jenny hoscoe Stallworth The Grocery Soy Uncle Bob Thomas ‘Jhite Stella, the brido Lillian James sunt Eldora Doris Balkcon Miss arnold Margaret Parker The Nicces Martha Moughon Jane Moore Evelyn Malone Annic, the maid Grace Batchclor Pauline Bclton Margarot Parkcr Flossic Sclton Vialst Poland Bob Bonty ie T. Ethridge Mrs. Mclby Alice Kitchens iiss Redington, thoir chapcron Cathorn Moore ir. Brovm, in love with Paulinc, Phillip tine The Ghost Story Frances Reid Goorge, in love with anna, Gordon Eldridge Fricnds of Anna Joscph Jackson Jack Comor, Lddic Lanc, Bon Ross, Bessic “'illiamson Ouida ing, warie Goolsby Tho Now Brido Thomas Yilliams, Brido-sroom amos Vaughn Stillson, Butlor Carl Blasingane Ashlcy Barr, Friond Roscoc Ctalworth Mrs. Vaughn, the ncw bride Jano hoore Holen Vaughn, James's sistor Cleo Millocr Newspapor Reporters Agnes Millcr Lcoonard Roberts Policomon : io Jilliims, Joscph Jackson Marion Balkcom Ninth Grade vamcs Bilderback, Franccs Bowen, Jamos Burnettc, Mildred Childs, Frank Childs, la Comor, MM Gamblo, Moblcy Groene, Louisc “ Grecnc, Mcric Haverficla, Harold Ecwkins, John Hawlkins, Vornon Jackson, Aannic Jackson, Janic Mac Jowctts, Maudlyn Xitchons, Cluyton Morecr, Margaret Sims, Hcolon Southcr, Gladys Stcwart, Holmcs Tucker, Alvin Miteholl, Bill od a « : = ee od -= F - = xs Scorhonmerss On Septenber 3, 1936 ths freshmen of 1955--36 were proud to become sophcmores ané preuder still to begin a new school year in the nev Suilding. We started out as the smallest class in Hien School and still romain so. we wore boginnins to think, howevor, that we were a class without a toacher or « room beccuse of all the changos to be made they wore alvays mad3 on us. ‘Je first occupicd the present science rcom ard our home room tcach- cr was Mr. Pulliam. Aftcrwarda we worc moved to tho pre- sent ninth grado room. Thoy thon tock Mr. Pulliam and gavo us Miss Louiso Young for a homo room teacher. This was Miss Young's first yoar of to2aching but she soon found out that thosc who appeared to bo such holy torrors, John Hawkins, Clayton Kitchens, and Alvin Tucker were just bluffs and although they worc pretty apt tp pop up at any time with such drv nonsonso that oven tho tcachor would ave to laugh, they could bo good students and give no trouble if they liked thcoir tcachor. ‘So we had no troublec. During the yoar wo have hed miny intoresting socials. Our first was a Christmas party at the Club houso and amid the fun and gaioty of the party the stove politoly gave way and coll -psed filling tho room with smoko and ruining suits and dresscs. This broke up tho party. Our sccond pirty was at tho home of Mrric Grecno where wo danced and promed. Our last partics woro at the homo of Mobloy Gamblc and John Hrvkins nd at Maudlyn Jowctt's. At tho last clsss mocting of the ninth grado wo olcct- od the following as Who's ‘iho: Prettiost Girl Frances Bilderback Bost Looking Boy John Hawkins Swoctcst Girl Mary Frances Comer Cutest Girl Greco Davis Niccst Boy Harold Haverficld Cutcst Boy Alvin Tuckor Quictcst Girl Louise Groocnc Quictcst Boy Hanson Cook Smirtest Girl Mary Frances Comor Smirtest Boy Harold Havorfiold Neatcst Girl Gr«ce Davis Biggest Talker Alvin Tucker Most Romantic John Hwkins Mcry Frances Comer Mobley Gamble Grace Davis Marion Bowen Harris Brage Anderson Bryant Joseph Bryant Myttis Bryant Anne Burnette Bessie Comer Renfroe Comer Martha Cowart Robert Dtheridge Roy Etheridge Sanford Stheridge Mell Greono Roymond Groonoe Frances Hawkins Dorothy Holsenbceck Margaret Joincr Mildred Joiner Jonkins Jordan Edith Malone Harry Massoy Marion McMullan Froderick Morcor Elizabeth Miller ewoll Mitcholl Majorie Morton Yatson Poland Lillian Roberts Roland Robcrts Jcan Saundors Josic Loe Snith Sara Smith Marcus Stewart Bllicn Stevens Frances ‘ard Mildred ‘hidby Marquorite Villiams Harold Vinters James Wright Harold Lano ; i : hE AHHH] Woe BERLE M INT ts Band Miss Reba Harris (Teacher) Marcus Stewart Harold Winters Harry massey James Barron Homer Harris Roscoe Stallworth Frank Childs Jenkins Jordan rank Stewart Front row, left to right: Alice Kitchens, Jean Saundors, Thomas Williams, Gordon Eldridgs, Marcus Stcwart, John Hawkins, and Frank Childs. Second row: Varina Gomer Mar joric Morton, Mildrod Whidby, Jane genie Harry Mas soy, 2nd Roscoc Stallworth. Star Sarah S mith, Bossic Comor, Frances Mitchcll, Eug Godard, Vivian Ha ur. Westbrook, Moblc sy Ga. War Mary Francos Comcor, tnd ifrs. Morton. nding: 7 T DEBATERS muecnian Godard Howkins os Mitcholl Bottom Row: Lynwood Comor John Ha7viins Fanson Cook Clayton Xitchon Top Rov: Kuch Como? John Childs Ralph Carvor Captain “illio Clomcnats Claroncs Dock ry aig Oe Sigh » See uni Bye at Se ink f Mu a ToALL G. M. Charics Captain Ralph Carvor Loft Tacklo John Childs Right Tacklo Joc Bowen Loft Ind Lynwood Comor Right End --------- oe -- + Roy Comor Loft Guard Cinude Baxloy Right Guard ------- ee nn nn ne ee ee oe Hugh Comor Quartcrback Ralph Carvor Right H-1lfbick Willio Cloments Left Halfback Clayton Kitchons or Ray Carr Full Back --+------------- wo e+ ------- Pote Gibson Clarence Dockory Substitutes Philip Stino Joscph J-=ckson Malcom Morton John Hawkins The History of the Football Team of 1936 The first game of the soason wis plnyod with Madison on their ficld. This bcing tho first gime of the scason the wholc high school was full of pop and cnorgy. A groat number from the school and town wero attondants at this samc in Mo@ison. Tho score’ cnded in a tic which was O -- 0. The Grayhounds journcyod to Dublin for thcir next game. gveoryone was thrilled ovsr this gime also. They came away with . victory for dear old Gray High. The score was 135--0, Pcto Gibson ind Ralph Carver scored the touchdowns 2nd “illic Cloments -ddcd tho cxtra point. The following gnmo was a poppor-upper 2lso. Tho Grayhounds met Toennilic on Grny's ficld. This was 1 h rd ficht. The strug- glo cnded vith rnothor victory for Grny. The score wis 27 -- 0. Scoring the touchdowns for Gray rero; Willic Clements, 3; Rilph Carver l. On Friday, Octobor tho ninth ono of the h rdest struggles of tho soason was fought. This gimo was with Madison on Gray's ficld. Tho Grayhounds were defoatod 6 -- 0. This defo2rt wis hird to ta, but it takes truce sports to lose with a smile. wis October 23. It All wrought up over nvor of Monticollo. After having boon anti wice Grayhounds roally know how to appreciato a ) vict over Dublin tho follov- ing Friday. The RES -- 0 November The gtmce cnded At lnst the gercoit Ly camc 17] h avhouncds number of studonts sand vn pe C 5 Menticollo The Purple Hurricnines. Ef ank of Pop. a finil sshistle -blcer, Monticello] , wa The Boys’ Brskotbill To1am Conch M. Charles Captai Claudc Baxley Forrard Rid Ethridge Forward Thomas White Contor Claudc Baxloy Guird Ye Le Dbhoriago Guird Frank Stewart FP NEARS Res The Girls' Basketball Team of 1937 M. Charles Alice Kitchens Margaret Parker Martha Moughon - Mildred Crutchfield Guard -------------- - Alice Kitchens Martha Lou Gordon Agnes Miller Forward Thelma Ethridge Forward Edith Jones Margaret Morton Cleo Baxley The girls' basketball tcam was vory successful this soason, ovon though luck turned against thom as they near- ed the ond of the tournament in Wrightsvillo. Coach Charles had a good strong tcam this season; ono of the best that has cvor ropresentod Gray High School. Whon his girls won a game it didn't mcan that they quit trying. It only made thom work hardor to win the noxt onc. Whon thoy lost thoy took it like true and good sports. The following is a schedule of this scason's gamcs. Eatonton Gordon Forsyth Gordon -- ---- woe eee Montiecllo Roborta Forsyth Monticcllo Tournamont Games Wrightsvillo Sparts Eatonton Gordon Only 196 points worc sensed against Gray, while Gray's toam scorsi 329 poiats on other teams. ™ es ; 4 ee - ae - - ha . ‘ ’ a F j ° : y — ? , = 3 ay ; ” ; 2 » . 2 ¥ Py J Ae = e - ‘ A ratte : ie i Na : | a 4 A — “ - . Md 4 . Aa r . ds - mara? Sess Ne die pete as rh peas SABI Mare aioe gy © oats wi ‘ on - a6 : oe = . . . - pel oy r = 4 ae , bar, Sl ¥ i ¥ S J rs is i . P : : : ‘ s ‘ 2 . - te i . } eF “er rah oe, toe . , ;, 4 . 4 7 s . - : 4 ov : “ = 5 eon : 7 7 We ky. on : te - : . : ‘ - “ . - . ] . ¥ . - i : P a, - - x 4 ang . - ’ , r Ls ’ . ”
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