Powell High School - Panther Yearbook (Powell, TN)

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iI!IlWi'.15Ik'll'l:':. .ilHf.diTE-' "'-'MG II NBII hh 12' ' 'l' Il- ' ' POVVEL L HIGH SCHOOL DEDICATION ,.,,Q..G,..J.. The Senior Class of 1938 respectfully dedicates this year-book to Our Parents whose efforts have made our graduation possible THE STAFF ..f',,q,D. EDITORS-IN-CHIEF - Allan Gill. Mary Lewis, Lucile Webb, Dorothy Pierce, Carrye Loden, Mildred Dowling HOROSCOPE EDITOR ..,.,............,......,..,,..,.... Charlene Anderson SPORTS REPORTER .....,,,..,.....,.................,.....A..,......A Luther Strange ADVERTISING MANAGERS ...... Nellie Akin, Agnes White SUBSCRIPTION MANAGERS-Editll Loveday, Tom Scar- bro FEATURE EDITOR ..............,...,, ...............,............,... A gnes White SPONSOR ...................... .,......... M iss Zenobia Iones Three THE FACULTY MR. W. H. COLLIER --cw-Qau .Qdyrou MR. A. G. HAWORTII MR. L. F. CRUZE Mlss ZENOBIA IONES I 'I Miss SOPHIA MASTERSON 7 A Miss AMY ARMSTRONG MRS. W. C. IONES MRS. S. B. PA'1'T12RsoN MR. H. I. FOWLER GLENN NEEDIIAM lb' Aunusi' HADORN TRul.A ARNOLD PRESIDENT .....,..........,.,.. CLASS OFFICERS ..f,.Q- .Cgpggn VICE-PRESIDENT .......S., SECRETARY .,...E...... TREASURER .....,,..... HISTORIAN ..A...,, LAWYER ,...... PoET .......,., PROPHET .........,,.,.4..., SONG WRITER GIFTORIAN ...E.,.......... SPONSOR ..............T..... CLASS COLORS ,.,.,... CLASS FLOWER. .............Glenn Needham .....,.,,rAugust Hadorn ,r,,..,.........Trula Arnold ,.................Vernon Harris r...,...Charlene Anderson .......,..,........Vernon Harris ......4...Roy McElroy r,.,....Ruby Walker Iones ..,,...T..E.............,...,...... Mary Lewis Chrysteen Lyons Kitts ..,...,...Miss Zenobia Iones ..,Navy Blue and White . ..,..,..................,......... Gardenia CLASS MOTTO ...,.. "Tonight we launch: where shall we anchor?" 63 My is 5 ff, - A , If il O D -ws- ""'hn-L 'Q' 1 19 1: - x 'id i I3 JV W Q ,.,. . w tif x.. wwhr Iiq in 'K rn :J an 30 3' .sw ' A Q' Y' . 3 . . 5 E ' Q1 Q Vx 'C' HONORS 1-NELLIE AKIN. 2-LILLIAN LOUISE CALDWEl..L4ecretary of County Home Economics Club Council, Sec- retary and Treasurer of Home Economics Club oi Powell School. 3-LYNNUS GILL. 4-JOHN COX, IR.-Head oi Monitors, '38, President ot 4-H Club, Football, tour years, Baseball, '36-'38, Captain of F. F. A. Bas- ketball Team. 5-FRANCES BELL-President of Home Eco- nomics Club, '37-'38, Dramatics, '38, Candi- date ior Queen, '37, Monitor, '37-'38, Winner oi Citizenship Contest, '38, Commencement speaker. 6-MARY LEWIS-Member oi Home Econom- ics Club, '34-'38, Candidate tor Queen, '36, Basketball team, '37-'38, 7-THOMAS FIELDS-Vice-President ot F. F. A. Basketball Team, '35-'38, Monitor, '38. 8-HELEN CHARLENE ANDERSON-Glee Club '37-'38, Monitor, '38, Dramatic Club, '37. 9-EDGAR PHELPS-Member ot F. F. A. l0-HAZEL LOY-Home Economics Club, tour years. ll-MILDRED K. DOWLING--Glee Club, '37- '38, Monitor, '37-'38, Dramatics, '37. 12-GEORGE HERRELL-Captain ot F. F. A. Basketbail "B" Team, Member of stock- judging team, '37-'38, Member of dairy cattle judging, '37-'38, Delegate of F. F. A. to Nashville, '38. I3-TONY AULTOM-Treasurer of F. F. A.: Member oi cattle judging team. 14-BETH ANN RYMER-Home Economics Club. 15-GLENN NEEDHAM--President ol Sopho- more Class, President of Iunior Class, Vice- President ot F. F. A., President ot Senior Class, Monitor, '38, Captain of Basketball Team. 16-CARRYE LODEN-Freshman reporter for "Powell News," '34-'35, Secretary ot Home Economics Club, '35-'36, Monitor, '37-'38: Commencement speaker, Vice-President ot County Home Economics Club Council, Can- didate tor May Queen, '38. l7-LEON MANN-Member F. F. A., Dramatics, '38. l8-ALLAN GILL-Captain ol "B" Team Bas- ketball, F. F. A. Member, Dramatics, '38, Cheer Leader, '36. I9--ROY MCELROY-Member of F. F. A., Cap- tain ot "B" Team, '35-'35, Basketball, '37-'3B. 20-RUBY WALKER IONES-Home Economics Club, Library Assistant, Won second prize in Home Economics. 21-OSCAR PARKER-Member F. F. A. 22-LUTHER STRANGE--Football, '35-'37, Mem- ber F. F. A., Monitor, '38. 23-EARL CAUBLE-Member F. F. A., Foot- ball, Baseball, F. F. A. Basketball Team. 24-NELLIE COLLINS-Basketball, '38, Moni- tor, '37-'38. 25-KENNETH YATES-Member oi F. F. A., F. F. A. Basketball Team, Monitor, '37-'38. 26-CLARENCE BOWLING-Member of F. F. A. 27-MALCOLM I. SCARBRO-Member ol F. F. A., '35-'38, Basketball, Football. 28-LUCILE WEBB-Member Home Economics Club, Member Glee Club, Member Library Club, Dramatics, '38, Library Assistant. 28-CHRYSTEEN LYONS-Secretary ot Athletic Club, '38, Dramatics, '38, Monitor, '37-'38, Member Home Economics Club. 30-AGNES WHITE-Home Economics Club: Basketball Team, '37-'38. 31-DOROTHY PIERCE-Home Economics Club, '35-'36, Athletic Club, '37-'38, Commence- ment speaker, '38, Monitor, '37-'38, Dramat- ics, '38. 32-THULA ARNOLD-Home Economics Club, tour years, Basketball Team, Secretary Sen- ior Class, Drarnatics, '38, Commencement speaker, '38, First prize on sewing, '35, Mon- itor, '37-'38, Glee Club, '36, 33-GLEN OVERTON-Secretary oi Agriculture Club, Basketball Team, Football Team, Mon- itor, '37-'38. 34-EDITH LOVEDAY-Glee Club, Dramatics, '38, Monitor, '37-'38.. 35-VERNON HARRIS - Treasurer oi Senior Class, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Dra- matics, '38, F. F. A. Member, Glee Club Member, Basketball Captain, '37-'38. 36-LEON IENNINGS-Captain oi "B" Team Basketball, Member F. F. A., Vice-President oi Iunior Class, Dramatics, '38. 37-AUGUST HADOHN-F. F. A. Member, Vice- President Senior Class, Basketball, Football Glee Club, Commencement speaker, Base- ball Manager, '37. 38-PAUL RHEA-Member F. F. A., Basketball, Dramatics, '38, Baseball, '37, Seven Eighl WHO'S WHO OF THE SENIOR CLASS -Best looking boy .,.,...........,..............,.,,............................................................,..,,,.. Glenn Needham -Most attractive girl .............. ....,,........,..,... M ary Lewis -Most popular boy ......,..... .......,.., G lenn Needham -Most popular gir ,....,........ ............,..... T rula Arnold -Best all-around boy .............. ............ A u ust Hadorn -Best all-around girl ..,.,.,....... .........,.'. '19 rula Arnold -Most studious bo ...,....... ..,...,.,,.. A ugust Hadorn -Most studious girll ...,..,.,... .....,...,, C arrye Loden -Wittiest boy ....,............... ......,..,,..,...... L eon Iennings Wittiest girl .............. .......,..... C hrysteen L ons -Laziest boy ...,....,...,............ ...,...................... P aul Shea -Laziest gir r..........,......,........... ....,....,......,. N ellie Collins Most efficient boy .......,...... ,............ A ugust Hadorn -Most efficient girl ....,.,,........... ..,....,... C arrye Loden Most conceited boy ........,.... ,...,.........,. L ynnus Gill Most conceited girl..l ....... ............. T rula Arnold --Most love-sick boy .............. ........ ,.... . . ,Allan Gill Most love-sick girl .....,......... ................. N ellie Akin Biggest grumbler-boy .,....... ,......,.,. ........... Ea r I Cauble Biggest grumbler-girl ..,,....,, ,....,.,...... C hr steen Lyons Most timid boy ...........,............ ................. 5 len Overton -Most timed girl ,......,.... .... , .. ,....,.............. Hazel Loy --Most garrulous bo ,..,,......, .,..,,.,..........,.. P aul Rhea Most garrulous girl, ....,.. ......,.....Lucille Webb Gawkiest boy ...,..,,..,............ ................ E arl Cauble Gawkiest girl .....,,.....,.... ..r..................,... H azel Loy Neatest boy .,,..,..,..,...,, ......,,,.. G lenn Needham Neatest girl .....,......,..,....... .,,,.,.....,..... C arrye Loden Most polite boy .........,.., ...,,..,... G lenn Needham Most polite girl .......,..,..... ,.......... C arrye Loden Biggest simp boy .....,,...... .......,....... P aul Rhea Big est simp girl ......., ....,...,....... B eth Rymer Talllest boy .....,....,........ ....,.......,,..., E dgar Phelps Tallest girl ..,.,......... ......,....... Ed ith Loveday Smallest boy ......., ......,,.... O scar Parker Smallest girl .,.....,...... ,.......... C arrye Loden Blushingest boy .................. ,........... E dgar Phelps -Blushingest girl ,........,....,........ ....,.,........ M ary Lewis Most mischievous girl ......,..,..., .,.......... T rula Arnold Most mischievous boy ,..........., ................ L eon Iennings Class brunette boy ..,........,...,. . ........... Leon Iennings Class brunette girl .....,..... ....,.,....,.,.,..,.. M ary Lewis Class blond boy r..,....,........ ............... V ernon Harris Class blond girl .....,,,........,..,,.. .......,..,....... N ellie Collins -Teacher's pet-boy ......,.,,,.. .......... . .August Hadom -Teacher's pet-girl ............ ..,............. C arrye Loden -Most ambitious bo ...,......r ............ A ugust Hadorn -Most ambitious girl, ,......,..... .... ,,.,.. . . .Dorothy Pierce Most dependable boy- .............. ......,..... A ugust Hadorn Most dependable girl ...,,.... .,..,,..,,., C arrye Loden -Biggest pest-boy .......... ,.......,.......,... P aul Rhea -Biggest pest-girl ,........,.. ..........,. L ucille Webb -Crankiest boy ...,........... ,.............. V ernon Harris -Crankiest girl .,......,....,., ..........,,.. C hrysteen Lyons -Best athlete-boy .....,.,.... ,,,........ G lenn Needham -Best athletic girl ................ ............., T rula Arnold -Youngest boy ...,..,,,.,.,,. ............ O scar Parker --Youngest girl ..,......... ....,........ D orothy Pierce -Sunniest boy .........,,......., ,..,,....,.....,. L eon Iennings -Sunniest girl .,.............,......., .,,,............,,,....... F rances Bell -Most serious boy ,,,....,.... .......,................, G lenn Overton -Most serious girl ,........,.... .,.......,.. R uby Walker Iones -Sissiest boy ,....,... . ,.......,....,..., ,.,...,.,.,.. C larence Bowling -Tomboy girl ,i,,,,ii,i.,,,,,,,,..,......... .......,,.......... T rula Arnold .-Biggest giggler-boy ...,..... .......,,..... G eorge Herrell -Biggest giggler-girl .,........ .......,...... L ucille West 67--Cutest girl ,,......................,..,.,... .............,.. M ary Lewis Name Nellie Akin ,..,....... ....., ,,......, .....,..... Charlene Anderson Trula Arnold ...,.....,.....,...,. .... Tony Aultom .....,,,.. Frances Bell .,......,.. .... Clarence Bowling ......... Louise Caldwell ..,...,.. Earl Cauble .......,......... Nellie Collins ..........,..,,... Mildred Dowling .........,,, Thomas Fields ,.... ..,..... Allan Gill ..,...,,......... Lynnus Gill .....i....,... August Hadorn ,.....,.,.,. Vernon Harris .......... George Herrell .....,...... Leon Iennings ....i,. - ..., Mary Lewis .........,....... Carrye Loden .......... Edith Loveday Nickname "Snooky "Anderson 'Toots ...,.:...."Curly 'Fran 'Pete .........,.."Skeet 'Cauble ...,...."Nell 'Mil 'Tom ..,......."Gil1 ........"skip ,......."Hod ."Chick ....,.,.,."Sarah t 'Shorty ........"Minnie Hazel Loy .......................... ..,................. ' 'Haz Chrysteen Lyons ............. ...,........ ' 'Cricket Leon Mann ............. ..,,.........,.. ' 'Bill Roy McElroy .......... Glenn Needham ,...., .. Glen Overton ..,.......,. Oscar Parker ............ Edgar Phelps ......... Paul Rhea ..,,.......... Beth Rymer ....i..i...,.,. Dorothy Pierce ..,..... Malcolm Scarbro ............ Luther Strange ............ Ruby Walker .,......... Lucile Webb .......... Agnes White ........,.., Kenneth Yates .,........ Iohn Cox .......,,,...... ......,,.... 'Peanut "Windy 'Mickey "Kayo" ............"Nuts 'Betty ........,,..."Tom ......,."Lunny 'Babe .......,"Cele ..........."Sally ' 'Yates it .n Sis n .- n vi n in fi HOROSCOPE ve:-i ie: Saying "Why sure" Shoot Hobby Pictures ...... - .... Money .,....... Wants To Be ...........Air stewardess .................,..,....,...-.,.Teacher Dancing .. ..,....... .......,... P rivate secretary Sports ,.,..., .... Knitting ............ Poems ..,...,,., Sports .......... Sports ..,,..,............. Scrap book ........ Cramming .......... "Look here" " "That'll be the day" ..........,.. " ,...............,..,. "Aw!" ...........,... ' '..,,..,..,....,..........,.......' 'Shucks on" .,....,.,.............,..,.,,. " "You know what I mean ".........,.. " "I don't know. do you? "..........,.,.. " ......... "Goodness, no" ,,...,.,.............. " ,..... "What did I say? ".. ......,.......,..,, , .. " ........,... "Ail'l't it h0f" ...... .. if Darn Naw "How'd you know it is?" ...,...,,....Civil engineer ...........School teacher ..,..,.......Nurse Stenographer ........,.............,Teacher .....,........Aviator Architect Aviator Making love .......,.........,.....,... Baby specialist Breaking girls' hearts .......... ,..,,.. . . ,...,,.. Doctor Fiddle "Well, good for you" ..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, You re funny" "I'll swanney" "Heck" "It's a bird" Preacher Preacher Singing ...,....,..,..............,.. ..,,,....,.............. N urse Climbing Mountains ,....,..,...,.,...,.. Secretary Collecting pictures ..,.,........,.... Stenographer Sewing ,,....,..............,..,.................... Stenographer ,.,.,........Hiking .,...........Pictures ......"Danged if I know''.,.................,...Riding don't know",.....,.... ..,,.........Sports...,......... ,.."Come on, boys"....,.., ...,,.,....,..Riding "AW, heck" ...,.,.,,.....Reading "Shucks' ............,.Baseball ......,,."Give I a n1atch"........ ,,..........,.Smoking "Ohl Yeah!" ..............Embroidery "Huh" ...........,..Reading ...,.........Sports "I don't know" .............Embroidery "Shoot" .............Sports "Heck whiz" ..,.,....,...Pictures "Is" ,,,..........Sports "Heck" Sports .........i Secretary ...,................,.,....Millionaire ,,,............,..,,,,.,.......,.Millionaire Traveling Salesman Soldier .....1.,...,Railroad clerk shot .....,.-....Nurse Teacher ...........,..Telephone man ,.........,Football coach ................,Housewife ................Pharmacist ...,.......Air stewardess Engineer .........,.Electrician Nine CH CLASS HISTORY e9o 10-B0 The senior class of 1938 is the outgrowth of about forty beginners who in the fall of 1934 started as fresh- men. Today our class has nineteen boys and seventeen girls. Through the years we have gained a number of students from surrounding schools. Some additions this year are Dorothy Pierce, from Lafollette, and Nellie Collins, from Tazewell. We have gained others through the years and lost several, but, in spite of all this, there are more boys in our class than girls. This class has contributed to school activities by having such athletes as Glenn Needham and August Hadorn, of the boys' sports, and Trula Arnold and Mary Lewis of the girls' basketball team. We have shared in all the activ- ities of the school. The two seniors who have received outstanding honors are Frances Bell, who won the name of Miss Powell High School and a free trip to Nashville, and Carrye Loden, who has the highest average in the sen- ior class. We have also had our moments of pleasure and fun. High lights have been basketball tournaments, the trip to Smoky Mountains, the Iunior-Senior Banquets, and class plays. We can truly say that we have had four happy years in school together in spite of hard lessons, examinations and other things which go with an education. Today we say "Finis" to the history of the senior class with the sincere hope that larger and better vol- umes will appear later, telling of the future achieve- ments of the class of 1938. CHARLENE ANDERSON, Historian SENIGR PLAY l.El'CI'I bod: 's Cram " ,1 , .1 Truln Arnold Chrystcen Lyons Carrye Loclen Dorothy Pierce Lucille Webb Frances Bell Edith Loveclay Allan Gill August Haclorn Vemon Hi1FI'li2 Glenn Neeclhnin Leon lennings Paul Rhea Clarence Bowling Leon Mann Mary Lewis Lynnus Gill lzlflgill' Phelps Y 'waive BACCALAUREATE MAY 15, 1938, 7:30 P. M. PnocEssxoNAL .......,........ , ,....,.......... ........................,.........................,.A............ O rchestra INVOCATION ..4......................4.....,............. The Reverend Mr, Iuclson Taylor "Rl-ZCESslONAL" by DeKoven ...........,.,...... ,.A.........,...............,,.......,...,. O rchestra HANDANTE CANTABILEH by Tschaikowsky ............. , ..A........Orchestra "GOD OF OUR FATHERSH by G. W. Warren ................,,,,.... Glee Club REST IN THE LORD" by Mendelssohn ........................,........ Glee Club SERMON ..............................,,,.......,.l.....,......................,.,.........A.A..............,. L. G. Derthick "Now THE DAY Is OVER" QBenedictionJ by Barnby ...... Glee Club RECESSIONAL ..................,................,,...........,........................4......................l.. Orchestra Usmansz Hazel Roop Frances York I. C. Bell Hezz Stringfielcl COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM MAY 18, 1938, 7:30 P. M. PROCESSIONAL--"The Heavens Are Telling"--I. Haydn -Orchestra INVOCATION .....A...................A,....,,........,...........,.,. The Reverend Mr. Patterson "O Tnou SLIBLIME SWEET EVENING STAR"-March- "Tannhauser"-R. Wagner ............,.,.............,...........,....,,.,..... Crchestra COMMENCEMENT STUDENT SPEAKERS: fl l "History of Powell ''.........,.,..,.......,,.................4.... 1 ...........,. F rances Bell QZD "Relation of the Community and School" Dorothy Pierce Q31 "The Economic History of Powell "........,... August Hadorn HJ "Who's Who of Powell ''.,...,.......,.,.......,,,,.................. Trula Arnold Q51 "The Place the Graduating Class Will Take in the Community" ....,......,................,...........T.,..................,,...... Carrye Loden "OH, ITALIA BELOVEDH by Donizetti ....,..r....,....T..............,r..,....... Glee Club "Now Is THE MONTH or MAYINGV' by Morley .................. Glee Club LITERARY ADDRESS T,.,........,.......I......................................, General A. Fowler PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS BENEDICTION USHERS: Norma Perry Bobby Logan Ralph Bayless Albert Mason Thirteen Fourteen 1937-1938 Home-Coming Game vs. Young-November. Verna Lee Keesee and Paul Ousley were elected King and Queen of Powell High School--November. Basketball tournament at Alcoa-Ianuary. Football banquet was given in December. Future Farmer and Home Economics Banquet in the school gymnasium, March 1. Negro Minstrel, "Cotton Town Cuties," was given by the basketball girls, March 10. In the basketball class tournaments the Iunior girls and Senior boys were winners. A play, "Everybocly's Crazy," was given by the Senior Class, April 15. Frances Bell elected Miss Powell High, was given a trip to Nashville, April 8. Mr. Cruze gave the Seniors in his classes a dinner, April 27. The Glee Club and Style Show, May 3, Father-Son Banquet, May 5. Carnival May 9 at Powell Gymnasium. May Queen was elected. Iunior-Senior Banquet, May 14. Baccalaureate, May 15. . Commencement, May 20. Alumni Banquet, May 21. PRESIDENT ......,..A ,,....AA VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY ..,......., TREASURER ....,... Edith Bartlett Ralph Bayless Billy Bell I. C. Bell lulia Blair Evelyn Bright Alma Cooper Mririe Clear Eugene Hayes Nella Mae Keeney Anthony Lamb Dixie Lamb IUNIORS ., ...,.,..i......,i,.. ..,.. , , ,... ,.,,v,.., , Albert Mason Ruhy Lindsey Howard Linkous Bobby Logan lune Maner Albert Mason Mildred Nighhert Charles Patty Imogene Pelleaux Norma Perry Edna Repass Kenneth Rhea Pauline Rhodes Ralph Bayless Edith Bartlett Billie Bell Lucille Roberts Hazel Roop Helena Strange llezz Stringfield Sylvia Thompson George VVeaver Frances York Edward VVutson Horace VVeaver Nell lean Haile Briscoe Rutherford Charles Rutherford F ificm ,S .L Sixteen PRESIDENT ..,,..A. .E VICZE-PRESIDENT, . TREASURER ... ,,. .. , SECRETARY ........., SPONSOR ..,,E.E.,... George Acufl: Louise Bayless Eleanor Bean Bohhy Bell Thelma Beeler Gladys Bullen Imogene Hale lohn Hall Ruth Hawkins Verna Lee Keesee Beatrice Logan lane Mapes Kenneth Scarbro Harry Shipe liclith Smith SOPHGMORES Robert Snow Lester Stookshury Margaret VVhedhee Doris VVilliams Beulah Williainsoil Gene Wood Ralph Moore Gray Beeler Flora Mae Bible Ben Bowman Ha:el Bright Cora Cooper Gene Cox Geneva Groner Hugh L. Hatfield Paul Ousley Margaret Whedbee Verna Lee Keesee Hugh L. Hatfield H. Fowler Rutherford Hayes Mildred Irish Bertha Iones Earl Lee Polly Anna Moore Marie Naill lane Nighlvert Herman Norman Paul Ousley Margaret Rhodes Victor Sorrell Mildred Wade Evelyn Weax'er Betty XVoocl Clarence Forester FRESHMEN PRESIDENT .4 ,A,...,,,.., .......,.,.v.,.,,,.........,.w.......,,..,....,.....,. ........... M a rie Conner VICE-PRESIDENT .,,....,V.........,. ..,,..,, C urtis Overton SMJRETARY-TRr3Ast1RER ...... ..,.A.... L ucille Campbell SPoNsoiz .... ....,.... , ,, ,.,..,. .. .L Shirley Aultom Philip Carr Lucille Campbell Marguerite Clear Marie Conner Frank Cooper Emma Copeland Elwanda Freeman Charles Gardner Thelma Gill Edna Greenwell Eleanor Hale Helen Harris Rosalee Hayes Viola Hayes VVilliam Irwin Dorothy Irwin Kenneth Iennings Aleene Iohnson Leola Linkous VVilma Mallicoat Gertrude Marshall Katherine McFalls Cecil Meredith Macie Milligan Margaret Murrell Marion Nighbert Ruth Overton Marjorie Rhodes Ralph Moore Cvlenn Rhea Olive Fox ....,..,...,Lawrence Cruze Iulian York Albert Scarbro Elizabeth Shipman Fannie Sorrell Alvin Spradlin Grady Stooksbury Iewel Upchurch Victor Upchurch Bill WallaCC Mary Webb Sam Williaims Leroy Willianis Hazel York Grover Hale Harold Woods Swsfiirnfi Eighteen EIGHTI-I GRADE PRE51DENT ,,,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,.A,...........,.V,...,...........,.....,.,....,..................w.. 4..w,. . . VICE-PRESIDENT ....,... SECRETARY .,........ TREASURER ..,... SPONSOR ......... Ben Bartlett Reese Bayless Grant Bright Iohn Brown Phil Brown Billie Burke Palmer Cowan Harold Davis Charles Dodd I. Lee Dugger Ray Kitts Ioe Murray Leon Ridings Alvin Rhodes Roger Shelton G. T. Trotter, lack Warxvicl: Earl West Paul Wilson Iohn Fann Helen Aultoin Mary Baker Rose Benziger Ella Mae Can Delores Cole Hattie Collins Daisy Lee Ha Helen Haynes Ir. iplueil -JHCS ,Iohn Warwick Paul Wilson .........Ben Bartlett Ingram ,,,...,..Miss Amy Armstrong Betty lane Hendrix Lois Ingram lessie Ruth Newman Roberta Rhea Mary Sexton Lucille Smith Oprnl Strange Delores Taylor Eileen Whedbee Mary Wilson Virginia Womack Ruth Yates Lorine Mays Louise Henderson 7""' la V wma ww- :WM mm - -ov - SEVENTH GRADE PRESIDENT A .....,A, AA...A , ,,,,A E.A.E., . ..,. .,..,. E.,., ..A,E.,. . . , , , it VICYE-PRESIDENT' SECRETARY-TREASURER ,...,A. SPONSOR ...A.,.....,........,........,..E , ..A... , Christine Baker Margaret Bartlett Helen Bell Frances Bishop Rebecca Canghron Ralph Cline Calvin Copeland Harve Dew Fanny Hackworth Mary Ruth Hackworth Willet Hall Roma Milligan lane Mitchell Mary lane Naill Bzmrlmra Rhodes Ruth Sorrell Conley Stooksluury Rowena Stooksbury Bruce XNVCZIVCI' Edgar VVhite Bob VViIson Qpal Cooper XVilladean Groner XValter Foster Howell Newman Glenn Acnff ..Willet Hall , ...,. .Bruce Weaver ..4,....Barbara Rhodes , ,e......, ....,....... lf Vlrs. Patterson Doris Beeler Vklalter Beeler Margaret Bowen Imogene Bradley Mildred Cooper Hazel Cooper Horace Gardener james Gentry Harold Nighbert G, S. Nighlwert Verna Mae Rice lack Rhodes Glen Rhodes Nineteen Twenty MONITORS SPONSORS-Miss Masterson. Mr. Haworth Edith Loveday Mildred Dowling Edith Smith Rohert I-lopson Tom Fields Gladys Bullen Trula Arnold Frances Bell Chrysteen Lyons Kitts Rohert Snow Luther Strange Billie Bell Imogene Pelleaux Carrye Loden Dorothy Pierce Glenn Needham Anthony Lamb Kenneth Yates Charlene Anderson Nellie Collins lane Nighbert Polly Rhodes Charles Patty Glen Overton Norma Perry Ralph Bayless Edith Bartlett I. C. Bell Albert Mason Lucile Roberts lane Mapes Vernon Harris Leo Phipps Marie Naill I Sl1bSfIfllfC5'-' Clarence Forrester Beulah Williamson Bohhie Bell Hazel Bright Mildred Wade Evelyn Bright Bertha Iones Victor Sorrell Margaret Whedliee Cora Cooper Mildred Irish Rutherford Hayes -all LIBRARY CLUB PRESIDENT .......,..... ..,, A,,..A. V.,.............,,,A.........,..... ...A,.,., VICE-PRESIDENT ......., SECRETARY .,...,.,... .,.....EE . .Mariorie Caugh LIRBARIAN ......... ' Eleanor Bean Margaret Wheclbee Evelyn Weaver Mildred Nighbert Margaret Rhodes Alma Cooper ......4,,....,...Eleanor Bean .........,..Mildred Nighbert I'0Il .. .Miss Suddarth Marjorie Caughron Polly Anna Moore Ruby Walker Iones Bobbie Logan Lucile Webb Sylvia Thompson Twenty Our 'livrllty HOME ECONOMICS CLUB PRESIDENT CA........,.. C...C.. , , ..., ,....,C..,..,.......,....,. A... ,..,. ,............ 4....,,........, F 1 ' a n ees Bell VICTE-PRESIDENT ,....,.......,.., ....,.,. ....,,.,,,,,A N orma Perry SECRETARY-TREASURER H C......,....A..... 4C.........,..,.,. ..A,C,...., L o uise Caldwell SPoNsoRo.o L. 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Patterson Virginia VVomack Lucille VVebb Lois Ingram Leon lennings Aleene lohnson lane Mapes Loraine Mays Roma Milligan Polly Anne lVloore lessie Ruth Newman lane Nighbert Iznnes Phipps Roberta Rhea Margaret Rhocles Polly Rhodes Barbara Rhodes lVlan'jorie Rhodes Harold Roberts Elizabeth Shipman Victor Sorrell Lester Stookesbury llezz Stringlielel, I Mary VVebb I'. Tif.'F1lfj' Tlvrre Twcnly lfvzn' THE ORCHESTRA DIRECTOR-Mrs. Mildred Martin Patterson FIRST VIOLIN Miss Amy Armstrong Miss Zenobia Iones Thelma Gill SEcoND VIOLIN Walter Foster I. C. Bell Roberta Rhea ' SAxoPHoNE Mr. Lawrence Cruze QC-Melodyl Miss Amy Armstrong QAltol PIANO Miss Sophia Mastcrson GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM COACH-Miss Zenobia Iones 'llrula Arnold lmogene Pelleaux Roselee Hayes Mary Lewis Hazel Roop Hattie Collins Nellie Collins Norma Perry Helen Harris Agnes White Milclrcd lrish Betty lane Hendrix TZI'?l1f.X' I 'A A f M' 5 4. X L- ,gn so Alf K FOOTBALL TEAM CAPTAIN .,.........,.,,....,.,,...........,,.,,. .................... x....... .........,..,... ALT. CAPTAIN ...........,..,............,.A. ...... ,.,........ .... Morris Rice Glen Overton Iohn Cox Fred Marsh Robert Snow I 4, M5 Six Luther Strange Charles Patty Ben Iohnson Leo Phipps Iames Phipps .......,...Glenn Needham ....,,.,,...August Hadorn Harold Roberts Robert Hopson Earl Cauble Tom Scarbough Frank Cooper BASKETBALL TEAM COACH-A. G. Haworth Glen Overton Glenn Needham Robert Snow August Hadorn Iim Phipps Harold Roberts Roy McElroy Vernon Harris Robert Hopson Tom Fields Leo Phipps qenfy S BASKETBALL "B" TEAM COACH-'LHWFCHCQ Cruze Leon Iennings Morris Rice Iune Manor 'Tony Aultom I. C. Bell Eugene Hayes Allan Gill Billy Bell Bernie Nighbert Twenty Eight FUTURE FARMER BASKETBALL TEAM COACH- H. Fowler Earl Cauble Frank Poe Rutherford Hayes Curtis Qverton Iames Sharpe Kenneth Yates Lester Stooksbury Homer Norman 'Im fx 'Xl Thirty Vernon Harris Fred Marsh Frank Poe Horace Weaver Homer Norman BASEBALL TEAM COACH-A. G. Haworth Edward Watson Tony Aultom Iohn Cox, Ir. Morris Rice Robert Snow Billie Bell George Thomas Poe Rutherford Hayes LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS ' F I R - T E X INSULATING LATH-BOARD-TILE-PLANKING OLD AMERICAN ASPHALT SHINGLES GILL LUMBER COMPANY I Phone 3-5127 Powell. Tennessee H1111 DOSSE-I-TIS GROCERY IT'S SMART TO BE TI-IRIFTY . . . Inskip Shop and save at Successor to E. L. Moore BOWQISI Market at Wan D0 Staple and Fancy Groceries CLOTHING AND SHOES 4, Meats for Men and Boys Gas, Oils, Fertilizer, Etc. Sporting Goods 'J WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Athletic Equipment ' . Tllfriy Ona RIVERSIDE HATCHERY Knoxville. Tennessee GALBRAITH BAKERY Knoxville. Tennessee BURNWELL COAL 6. COKE CO. Dealers in Genuine Blue Gem-Iellico-Regal 61 Sun Prepared Oil Treated STOKER COAL Super Premium Coals Office and Yards INSKIP. TENNESSEE Phone 6-1941 C. D. KENNEY CO. ' 'rEAs . COFFEE . SUGAR Knoxville. Tennessee QUALITY COAL . . . Anytime and Anywhere RED HOT COAL CO. Dine and Dance at GRAY TAVERN EAT o. D. SHARP I . Phone 2-0828 Fried Chicken and Country Ham Day or Night 112 East Anderson Clinton Highway Compliments ol POWELL HIGH scHoo1Q LIBRARY CLUB For Real Shoes, see . . . CLIFFORD IOHNSON at Spence Shoe Co. Knoxville. Tennessee Compliments of Compliments HEISKELI.. SHERROD of ' and COTTON sM1TH E. H. ELAM Compliments oi POWELL GRAMMAR SCHOOL Compliments of L. S. HARRINGTON Inskip Groceryinan I hirty Two DALTON CANDY Compliments I, 7 TL, -fd, , COMPANY of . . A Knoxville. Tenn. M. L. HOWSER Dlftlers Credlt Jewelers 7 No Extra Charge for Credit EASY TERMS Compliments Compliments V of of 200 S. Gay Sl. Dial 3-5932 W. E. FOX R. W. PIERCE H. T. HACKNEY CO. Wholesale, Retail KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE ELECTRIC HOME SERVANTS CO. Phone 3-2923 719 S. Gay The Place to Buy Your General Electric Refrigerator Range :: Washer T LAY PACKING CO. Knoxville. Tennessee Compliments ol I. A. SHACKELFORD Criminal Court Clerk SKY BAR' Try It SAM TOOLE CANDY CO. Q0 Q Compliments of THERON D. WILSON Trustee of Knox County .-.L . vwiffy 1'1w Compliments ol MR. A. G. HAWORTH and MR. L. F. CRUZE we C. R. Cox. Representative NATIONAL LIFE 6. ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. Dial 3-2024 309 General Bldg. Knoxville. Tennessee I. E. GRONER AND CO. Powell. Tennessee Leam A Profitable Profession Beauty Culture A few short weeks oi interesting study will pre- pare you for a good position which we will find for you. The few months of summer vacation are sufficient to complete the course. Call in person or write for our free booklet. Tennessee School of Beauty Culture Knoxville, Tennessee VARSITY-TOWN CLOTHES Wood-Taylor-Cox 422 South Gay St. School and Office Supply Co. Stationers-Office Outfitters 407 W. Clinch Avenue KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE Telephone 3-7145 Compliments of RALPH K. ADCOCK Compliments of Compliments of BURKHARTS Fumiture Co. Compliments of AILOR COOPER C'f"did":eD'o'd A Friend 131 w. vine Ave. Shu 15 Reglsfef O ee S Knoxville. Tennessee Market H0059 While in Town visit E DB-IJQUNG list Compliments gf CAFE yesig pecia . C 1' t 1 PARK Twenty-tive years in H' Hlckey omplmens o Good Edls Knoxville, invites your and I W GREY t . 603 M k ' ' Knoxville. Tennessee gg-ggrfqge Phone 33813 Robert Robertson Compliments of RALPH TERRY Knoxville. Tennessee Compliments of EMILY DAY Knoxville. Tennessee Compliments of C. W. MCCONNEL Compliments of Mary Lewis Shackelford andt Patsy lane Kerr Compliments oi , Mrs. Gallion and Family Knoxville. Tennessee Compliments ol Mr. Ioe Constantine Powell. Tennessee 'V Compliments of Dutch and Millie Kinney Shoe Co. Shoes for the Family I4 Market Square Mgr. Garrett Thirty Four L. f k . K E R N ' S B A K E R Y ss,,,,,.E,-,..-- KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE ES BUSINESS TRAINING .... When commencement exercises are over, you are invited to enroll with the NATIONAL COLLEGE lor Complete Business Training because you will get: The latest instruction The most successful methods The most caretul criticisms The most helpful suggestions The most individual assistance The training on modern equipment The business office atmosphere The most reasonable rates Business executives are looking for young persons qualified to fill positions of trust. The NATIONAL TRAINING will prepare you lor a successful business career: Free PLACEMENT BUREAU for GRADUATES. Ask for our booklet, "Training for Success." Enroll any dayg special rates-easy terms. Visit, inspect, or dial 2-2612 for detail information. THE NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE 430 SOUTH GAY STREET "CHOOSE A PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL" Studebaker and Chevrolet Sales and Service REEDER MOTOR CO. Baird-Cates Campbell Co. Vine Avenue's I LEADING FURNITURE STORE Where Prices Are Lower 209 W. Vine Ave. Knoxville. Tennessee 318 State St. Dial 2-5103 Service Bicycle Shop . High Class Bicycles and Compliments of A cessories , Dial 2-7313 Mr. and Mrs. 426 Walnut St. Knoxville. Tennessee Compliments ot Miss Sophia Masterson and Mrs. S. B. Patterson O. B. May Compliments of Ethel Evans and Edna Sellers Get Your Typewriter from W. A. A. Iohnston SALES AND SERVICE CO. ALL MAKES OF PORTABLES "Market Street Since 1908" Easy Terms-Special Rates to Students 721 Market Si. Diql 3-5194 Compliments ot COUNTRY INN Clinton Highway Compliments of Buddy Locketts 723 Market St. SILVER SLIPPER CLINTON PIKE Thirty Fi 5 'Reg we HOUSE OF ABE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Knoxville, Tennessee N . M . R E A G A N GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS AND COUNTRY PRODUCE 2400 N. Central Avenue. Oakwood Knoxville, Tennessee Dial 3-8126-3-8127 UNION SHOE PARLOR 320 Union Avenue Hatters and Cleaners SHOES REPAIRED AND SHINED HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED Dresses and Suits Cleaned and Pressed - Give Us A Call - Phone 2-5413 E. B. BALES FRUITS-VEGETABLES Knoxville. Tennessee Compliments ot DR. IOE B. PARKER A Register of Deeds Sunny Slope Dairy GRADE A RAW MILK A. W. WEIGEL Powell, Tennessee Compliments ot Weaver Funeral Home Phone 3-6181 Broad Acres Dairy GRADE A PASTUERIZED PRODUCTS W. W. WEIGEL, Proprietor Powell, Tennessee Compliments ot Methodist Episcopal Church, South EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE O. P. Ienkins Furniture Co. Phone 3-8431 205 W. vine Miller's Shoe Repair Service M1LLER's STORE co. P. M.lc1mk, Manager Compliments ot IACOB REICH Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES AND FEED 119 W. Vine Ave.. Cor. State St. Phone 3-1174 1 FRIGIDAIRE Comvllmems of 7 Refrigerators and Ranges EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Iones VVQQDRUFFS . 424,GAY sr. Brown Bros. Service Station GAS, OIL, LUBRICATION Central Ave. Pike PARKER BROS. CO., Inc. Manufacturers oi and Dealers in Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars Strap Goods Hardware, Field and Garden Seed 418-20-22 Walnut Street Knoxville. Tennessee Thirty Six THE SENIORS OF THE POWELL HIGH SCHOOL Have had excellent training in the Powell High School: now they should continue their training by taking a course ot business training in THE DRAUGHON tDrawnl BUSINESS COLLEGE. EVERY course fully ACCREDITED: every teach- er specially trained. Enter any day but Sunday: new classes NOW forming. Accredited by Association ol American Commercial Colleges THE DRAUGHON tDrawnJ BUSINESS COLLEGE Opposite old P. O. Building. Knoxville. Tennessee "The Largest and Most Complete in the South" ALL WORK GUARANTEED 2-9535 Harbin Tire Co. FULL CIRCLE RETREADING 638 Western Avenue KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE Smith's Conservatory of Music CLASS OF PRIVATE LESSONS Instruments Furnished Free 228 Flatiron Bldg. Dial 3-0B4l Compliments ol W. H. COLLIER Chas. E. Hunter :Sf Sons George M- Knsle E' E' Fallon Wall Papers. Paints. Oils. Vamishes and Frank I. Williams WIIICIOW Shades I Walnut at Wall Phone 2-4156 Knoxville, Tennessee I STEINS R. T. WALLACE Suits. 516.50 Summer Suits. Sl2.50 GROCERIES AND GAS Dante, Tennessee Economy Bicycle Shop V Bicycles Called For and Delivered REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS Dial 3-8514 Mgr. A. E. Sebby - ' 927 N. Broagway TAYLOR'S BEAUTY SHOP Special Permanent Waves-35.00 to S7.50 Shampoo and Finger Wave-50c Hair Cut-25C R- B- Tdvlor- Mgr- Dial 3-B025 509 Hamilton Bank Building x Greenlee Bicycle Shop Work Called For and Delivered Sundries. Repairs. Brazing. Welding KILL MAKES BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES Compliments ol IOHN H. SCOTT Dif112-3228 I Iustice of Peace 500 Western Ave. . Knoxville. Tennessee T. E. BURNS CO. UNDERWOODS KNOXVlLLE'S FOOD 34 On 'he Square DEPARTMENT STORE Suits for Men and Young Men d 321 and 323 Wall Avenue Fumishings allrd Latest Styles Thirty Seven Compliments ol Forester Service Station 1420 Western Avenue ATLANTIC ICE COMPANY Telephone 2-4188 HOWARD COX MCCORMICK-DEERING FARM MACHINES AND TRACTORS The old reliable line leads the way. others follow. The Farmall Tractor is the original. successful row-crop. all-purpose tractor . . . Enclosed Gear Mower-Ball Bearing All Steel Manure Spreader -Diesel Farm Tractor-and so on down the line. Use McCormick-Deering for "Quality" . . . Service . . . Economy. Also Corley Saw Mills. Saw Bits. . . . Steel Edgers . . . Power Units. Bargains in used and rebuilt machines-Come in. we'll trade. lOHNSON'S GROCERY Powell. Tennessee Compliments oi m IQELEMENT COM,ff,f,fL,,03U POWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Telephone 3-1315 W. E. BROADWAY METAL AND ROOFING CO. Barber Gena Sco Latite Shingles 319 N. Broadway FANCY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Home Dressed Chickens D Old Ch' k 46 City Market ay lc S We Deliver Compliments from Dr. Lee Foster, "Chiropractor" Mercantile Bldg. Knoxville. Tennessee Compliments ol W. H. FLETCHER SOUTHERN BARBER SHOP Located Under Southem Hotel DEPOT STREET Operated by "Bill Dezearn" AUNT BETTY BAKERY Coal Creek, Tennessee Compliments of AMY ARMSTRONG Compliments oi MR. H. I. F OWLER Thirty Eight I if . - : HUTOGRAPHS : - Compliments oi Charles Parratt B. X. Hall Bert Waldrop LIPPNER Fish Market Market House Knoxville. Tenn. Watkins Mineralized Tonics for Stock and Poultry will save and make money for You. They speed up growing time and insure healthy animals and birds. Your profit will be bigger. I. C. SPRINKLE. Route 2 POWELL STATION, TENN. Compliments ot Hopson Bros. W. Market Square Knoxville. Tennessee Compliments oi Howard Wardell Knoxville. Tenn. U-Eata Vanilla Wafers 107 Luttrell St. Knoxville. Tennessee Compliments oi A. E. Reagan Knoxville. Tenn. 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