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Never read any book that is nt 
a year (ylnk.—Fjnt'fsati . 

The true L'niversit.y ;of t h e s 
davs is a Collection of; Bonk:-. 

He hath never fed of the daintii- 
that are bred in a bo(&.; be hati 
not eat paper, as it were: he- Sat. 
nut drunk ink. — Sluikoptur,. 

A goa& book is the preeiou* lift 
blood of a master-spirit, embalraei 
and treasured up on purpose to > 
. life. .beyond life.— Milton. 

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'into the world', with a* much ;di? 

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He might?:; tst a vein clever man 
by nature tor au&ht-I know, but 
be -laid/ /'so i .rria'o'v. books uriori , his 
tvead -that his brains- could not 
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Max Baumeister 






Business 


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Volume 

Thirty 

One 

1939 




1 lie OoEnmodlore 

Published by the Senior Class of the 

M.att!hew lr omnia me Maury 
High, ocliool 

iNorfolIk, Virginia 













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FOREWORD 



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In this, the COMMODORE of 1939, we, the editors, have endeav- 
ored to recall the pleasant memories brought to mmd in the activities and 
accomplishments of the gra- duating class and other mem- 

bers of the student body. If ^^. these pages transmit to the 

reader the happiness of our ^^ high school days, we have 

succeeded. 




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CONTENT 



I. Theme in Murals 

II. Administration 

III. Faculty 

IV. Senior Class 





JANUARY 




JUNE 




SUMMER SCHOOL 




FEATURES 


V. 


Junior Class 


VI. 


Sophomore Class 


VII. 


Organizations 


VIII 


. Activities 


IX. 


Athletics 


X. 


Advertisements 




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TO 

Ivelbecca iViac Alpine 

_/ HE beloved librarian of Maury, who, by her 
patience, tact, and helpfulness, has contributed im- 
measurably to the success and happiness of our 
school days, we, the Class of 1939, affectionately 
dedicate this edition of the 

COMMODORE 




REBECCA Mac ALPINE 



Books arc yours, 

Within whose silent chambers 

Treasure lies 

Preserved from age to age, 

More precious far 

Than that accumulated store of g 

And Orient gems which, for 

A day of need, 

ihe Sultan hides deep in 

Ancestral tombs. 

These hoards of truth you 

Can unlock at will. 

Wordsworth. 




Art W ork In 1 irxe Ooimim© Jore 

When the students in the Art Department were informed that this year's theme 
is HOOKS, they packed their paint boxes, rushed down to the nearest library, and there, 
right under the SILENCE sign, debated on how to use the theme with pictures. Finally 
they compromised: Their plan, primarily, was to add to the number of beautiful books by 
compiling one. They decided that the book should picture the history, great characters, and 
famous authors of wideiy-read volumes, i his done, they all took out library cards and 
planned to look around for a suitable and different medium with which to work. They 
read a bit, and read some more. 

After hours of experimenting, the students, under the direction of Miss Elizabeth 
Richmond, art instructor, and Dorothy Sheil, Art Editor of the "Commodore," turned to 
water-color wash — that is, black paint with plenty of water. Here is a brief explanation 
of the pictures. 

The fly leaf, by Leon Wootten, the only pebble board illustration, depicts great 
American authors. From left to right they are William Cullen Bryant, James Fenimore 
Cooper, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Edgar Allan Poe, Henry Thoreau, Washington Irving, 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Sidney Lanier, and Walt Whitman. 

Dorothy Sheil's bright elf, Ex-Libris, is found again in the role of Finis at the 
end of our "Commodore." 

The history of books through the ages begins with the cairn, the period of monu- 
ments made of boulders. Following this is the Egyptian, or hieroglyphic age during which 
letters were chiseled on the face of tombs. Third, the pictograph period shows picture- 
writing on buffalo skins by the Indian. These three are products of Dorothy Sheil. 
Berkery Armand painted the last two of the series, the manuscript and pres; ages. 

The mural of great characters is by Nell Bryant. They are Romeo and Juliet, 
Rip Van Winkle, Alice in Wonderland, Hamlet, Tom Sawyer, Wilbur Micawber, David 
Copperfield, and Marie Antoinette. 

Emily Coleman painted the characters of the next mural, "A Tale of Two Cities." 
They are the three Jacques, Madame Defarge, Lucie Manette, Charles Darnay, Sydney 
Carton, Dr. Manette, King Louis XVI, and Marie Antoinette. 

The picture of our school is by Jean Lewis. Betty Moorehead created the Faculty 
page. The Sophomore page, picturing characters of "Alice in Wonderland," is by Jane 
Brinkley. "Ivanhoe," the favorite book of Juniors, is the subject of the Junior page by 
Violet Taylor. Emma Jean Calevas drew the dignified senior on the Senior page. 
Activities are by Ruth Marx. Claude Henderson drew the Athletic page, and Jean 
Howard, Advertisements. The decorations on the Senior pages are by Dorothy Sheil. 
Millard Brady did the cheer leaders and cartoons. 

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ADMINISTRATE 




ARTHUR BRANTLY BRISTOW 

B.A., Richmond College 
M.A., University of Virginia 
Ed.M.f Harvard University 

Principal 




LEMUEL FRANCIS GAMES 
B.S., College of William and Mary 
M.A., College of William and Mary 

Assistant Principal 



Office Aclministratioii 





Anne Ruth Riddick 

B.A., Hollins College 

M.A., Columbia University 

Girls' Advisor 




Pauline Tebault 
Secretary 



Virgie A. Leggett 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College 

Ed.M., Harvard University 

Student Counsellor 





Rebecc\ MacAlpine 
Librarian 




Mary Portlock Southcate 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College 

Record Clerk 



Frances Hoccard 
Attendance Clerk 




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Virginia Old 

University of Virginia 
Columbia University 



Julia Graham Aunspaugh 
B.S., Columbia University 



Janice M. Bland 

B.S., Farmville State Teachers 

College 



Elizabeth R. Boggs 
B.A., College of William 
and Mary 
M.A., Columbia University 




Lucv Nottingham Brickhouse 
University of Virginia 
Columbia University 



Bettie M. Goodwvn 
University of Virginia 
Columbia University 



Virginia C. Graves 
B.S., Peabody Institute 




Carolea M. Harris 

B.S., Farmville State Teachers 

College 




Virginia Howard Johnson 

Farmville State Teachers 

College 

Columbia University 




Marcaret Britt Marklev 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College 



DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH (Continued 






Elizabeth S. Martin 

B.A., College of William 

and Mary 
S.S., Oxford University 



Alice Cowles Morris 

B.A., College of William 

and Mary 



Will I VM H. N'orris 

B.A., George Washington 

University 
University of Pennsylvania 




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Elizabeth K. Peck 
Vanderbih University 
University of London 



M \rg\ret Peek 

B.A., College of William 

ami Mary 



M \RY CORNELI N StAIIR 

Ph B , Dickinson College 






B. T. Tatem 

B.A., Randolph-Macon College 

M.A., Harvard University 



Helen McH \rdy Walker 

B.S., Harrisonburg State 
Teachers College 

M.A., College of William 
and Mary 



Herman Mastin Williams 

B A., Randolph-Macon College 

University of Virginia 



Picture Missing: Suzanne Graham, B.A., Randolph-Macon Woman's College 



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Lemuel F. (.James 
B.S., College of William 

and Mary 
M.A., College of William 

and Mary 




Anne White Blake 

B.A., College of William 
and Mary 




Champe Carter Douthat 

B.S., Radford State Teachers 
College 






V AL'GHN Guillaudeu 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College 



Lvnette Hamlet 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College 

M.A., College of William 
and Mary 



Virgie A. Legcett 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College 

Ed.M., Haryard University 




M \ry Moore 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College 




Margaret Rawls 

B.A., Woman's College 
of Alabama 




Catharine B. Riddle 

B.S., Farmville State Teachers 
College 



DEPARTMKNT OF MATHEMATICS (Continued) 




Lucy Manson Simpson 

Farmville State Teachers 
College 

University of Virginia 




Annie Pat Welch 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College 



Picture Missing: Virginia Reynolds, Leache-Wood Seminary, Columbia University 

Department ©1 History 






Henry S. Rorer 


Virginia Arthur Rorer 


HlLDEGARDE BARTON 


.S.. M.A., University at 


B.A., M.A.. College of 


B.A., College of William 


Virginia 


William anil Mary 


and Mary 




Filomena Console 

B.A., Beaver College 

M.A., University of 

Pennsvlvania 




Helen I. Davidson 

B.S., Farmville State 
Teachers College 




Elizabeth Fooshe 
B.A., Hollins College 



DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY (Continued) 




Dorothy Gilchrist 
B A., Hnllins College 




Mary Frances Harrell 

B.S., Fredericksburg State 

Teachers Colleg: 




Frederick H. Harris, Jr. 
B.A., Randolph-Macon College 




George C. Hope 
B.A., University of Richmond 




Mary D. Johnson 

B.A., Woman's College 

of the 

University of North Carolina 




Rosamond E. Larmour 
B.A., Hollins College 




W. A. Manson 
B.A., Randolph-Macon College 




M. Ethei. Vaiden 

B.A., College of William 
and Mary 




Mabel E. White 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College 



IDepartineni oi lYioderii iL*angnxages 




Anne Ruth Riddick 

B.A., Hollins College 

M.A., Columbia University 




Sara Lee Hutchincs 
B.A., Westhampton College 



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Helen Caulfiei.d 
B.A , University of Richmond 




IONE FAULEY 

University of Madrid 

Sorbonne, Paris 




Bernice Bradshavv 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College 




Mary Woodard 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College 

M.A., Cornell University 




Frances W. Norsworthy 

B.A., New Jersey College 

for Women 



JDeparimemi oJt acience 




Elizabeth Gillespie 

Alumna of Wellesley 

College, ex. 




Frances Hardy 
B.A., Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College 




Wilma E. Elder 
B.A., Goucher College 




Ellen Bell Hoggard 
Laboratory Assistant 




Grace B. Chambers 

B.S., Farmville State 
Teachers College 




Kate Gillette 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College 




Edgar Jackson 

B.A., M.A., Randolph-Macon 

College 

L.L.B., Washington and Lee 

University 



DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE (Continued) 




Nell Bi.vthe Phipps 
B.A., Westharapton College 
M.A., Columbia University 



Faye Savage 
B.S., Greensboro College 



Virginia Turpin 

B.S., Harrisonburg State 

Teachers College 



Dorothy Walker 
B.S., Westhampton College 



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Anne M. Stiff 
B.A., Goucher College 




Pearl Tuck 
Ph.B., Elon College 




B. Margaret Wilson 

B.A., Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College 



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Hugh L. Vaughax 
B S., College of William 

and Mary 
C.P.A., State of Virginia 




Aline E. Foreman 

B.A., College of William 

and Mary 





Jennie J. Daughtrey 

B.A., College of William 

and Mary 




Roberta Day Hodgkin 

B.S., Farmville State 

Teachers College 




Hettie Ruth Gibbs 

College of William and Mary 

University of Virginia 




P. A. Kelley 

M.E., State Normal School 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 




M. Louise Moses 
B.A., Duke University 



John Ff. Nininger, Jr. 

B.S., Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT (Continued) 






Henry C. Not. lev 


Paul H. 0'Har\ 


B.A., Randolph-Macon 


Ferris Institute 


College 


College of William and 


LL.B., National University 


Mary 



Nellie L. Saunders 
B.A., Westhampton College 




Frances Sherman 

B.S., Fredericksburg State 

Teachers College 




Joyce Stead 

B.S., Fredericksburg State 

Teachers College 






Otho W. Thomas 

Bridgewater College 

College of William and 

Marv 



Dorothy E. Wilkinson 

B.S., Fredericksburg State 

Teachers College 



Charlotte Collins 

B.S., University of Missouri 

M.S., Prince School of 

Simmons College 



IDeparfmnentt of JVlL&iraa! 1 raining 




James W. Phillips 

B.A., Carnegie Institute 
of Technology 




H. W. Jessen 
B.S., Ohio State University 





C. J. Christensen 

Ed. B., State Teachers College 

Oshkosh, Wisconsin 




Robert H. McKay 

Buffalo State Teachers 

College 

Mechanics Institute, 

Rochester 




H. L. Berry 

Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 




William Theodore Myrick 

B.S., Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 




John H. Reams 

Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 



LeRoy L. Woodruff 

B.S., Indiana State Teachers 

College 



JJeparfixieiif oJt Art 




Clarice Thomas Keeling 

B.S., in Applied Art, 

Alfred University 




Elizabeth Richmond 

Raoford State Teachers 

College 

University of Chicago 



Oeparfiineiiit ol JVLulsic 




Sen \ B. Wood 

Peabody Institute 

Eastman School of Music 




R. Ernest King 
Peabodv Institute 




Robert A. Mau 

B.Mus.Ed., DePaul 

University 



Oeparimne]mi ©i liome JlLcohoimlics 







Mayrea \oyes 
B.A., University of Kansas 





E. Genevieve Warwick 
B.S., Harrisonburg State 

Teachers College 

M S., Teachers College, 

Columbia University 



Ethel T. Willey 

B S., Farmville State 
Teachers College 



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Raymond S. Casey 
B.Phy. Ed., Springfield 

College 
New York University 



Margaret Gricg Moore 
B.S., New York University 




Elizabeth Egcleston 

Registered Nurse 
Sarah Leigh Hospital 










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JViaiuiry Alma JVlater 

Maury, fair Maury, 

Mould thou our destinies, 

Guide us aright in all we do; 

Thy name we cherish, 

Thy mem'ry honor, 

Our Alma Mater, staunch and true. 

Great is thy prestige, 

Greater thy promise, 

Glorious thy past; thy future sure; 

Maury, stand steadfast; 

Maury, lead truly; 

Fair Alma Mater, strong and true. 

Proud is thy hist'ry, 

And proud thy spirit, 

Leading us on when duty calls; 

Thy name we'll glorify 

And ever love thee, 

Dear Alma Mater, great and true. 



JANUARY GRADUATE, 




January Honor Ijrraclnxal es 

Left to right, in order of rank, 97.05 to 90.00 
Richard Randall Cole 
Esther Elizabeth Jett 
Vivian Byrd Smith 



Helen Louise Miller 
Elizabeth Doris Jung 



Virginia Chaney 
Adrian Dorsey Cooper 
Lillian Ruth Nottingham 



Vincent Floyd Siapno 
Norma Florence Scott 



Francis Marie Modlin 

John Young Stock Mitchell III 

Willie Mae Gardner 



Blanche Vivian Holland 
Ella Morganstein 
Margaret Krauss Commander 



JANUARY CLASS 

OFFICERS 

President Harry Hamilton Rumble 

Vice-President ...Adrian Dorsey Cooper 

Secretary^ Esther Elizabeth Jett 

Treasurer Vivian B yrd Sm ith 



JANUARY CLASS HISTORY 

January 193b . . . Today, with a little thrill and maybe just a 
little regret at leaving Junior High, we, the class of '39, were 
launched upon the beginning of our Senior High life. We were 
undaunted by the glances thrown us by dignified upper-classmen 
;h we wandered through the spacious halls, wondering what the 
future held for us. 

January 1937 . . . One year has passed, and we have reached 
our hist goal. Now, as progressing Juniors, we look back and see a 
year filled to the brim with excitement and hard study. During these 
months we realize that we have become a part of the great student 
body that is making history for Maury High. 

January 1938 . . . Can it be that we are really Seniors? As we 
look back upon the preceding twelve months, we have a feeling of 
satisfaction in realizing we have filled them with so many delight- 
ful occasions. Shall we ever forget The Maury Merry Minstrels 
in Candyland? And didn't the scenery look good enough to eat? 
We have acquired a lovely new flag — our own — which adds 
its regal splendor to each football game and glorifies our stage. Dur- 
ing the past year there has been so much rumor of war across the 
sea that Maury felt that she must do her part in preserving peace 
in America. Acting on this behalf, the Hi-Y presented a "Panel 
Discussions on War and Peace." We were proud of our students, 
who won superior ratings in the State Music Festival. Also, we 
must not forget "The Black Valise," so convincingly presented by 
the Dramatic Club at Charlottesville. 

January 1939 . . . We are certain that our last lap has been 
the best. We were as "proud as Punch" when Mr. Games and Eddy 
Rogers got together and wrote and had published "The Commodore 
Maury High March." The boys whistled and the girls "oh-ed" 
and "ah-ed" at the handsome samples of Maury's personalities, 
which were displayed at the Valentine program. In the Spring we 
forgot our cares, dropped everything, and went along "The North- 
west Pas-age" with the "Maury Merry Minstrel" performers. In 
commemoration of Arbor day, the Biology classes planted many 
lovely shrubs, which make a fitting setting for so fine a school. 
Again our dramatic and musical members brought home laurels 
from the tournaments. The Spring found many of us studying 
hard for Latin, French, and Spanish tournaments. 

However, all good things must come to an end, and so our 
happy, carefree life at Maury terminates. Each of us has reaped 
his reward in full measures of fun and honest-to-goodness hard 
work. We shall miss the artistically-carved desks and familiar class- 
iooms, witnesses to so many failures and a little success. Yet our 
Alma Mater has nourished us with something no one can take 
away from us. She has instilled in our hearts ideals and standards 
which produce a feeling that we, as graduating Seniors, now pos- 
sess, — a feeling which only those who have attended Maury can 
appreciate. 

So we say "thanks" and "au-revoir" to a grand school and an 
equally grand faculty. 

— Bonna Fay Godfrey. 



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Olga Madeline Abourjilie 

Honey 
Souvenirs, stenography, study. 



Norma Talmadge Abramson 
"Nonie" 

Designer, banana splits, song titles. 

Mildred Aframe 

Dark wavy hair, gay colored yarn, bowl- 
ing tournament. 



Eleanor Louise Aldridge 
"Eley" 

Spectator sports, "Screenland," Bermuda. 



Kathryn Marie Aloisio 

Telephone "Hello" girl, basketball 
games, dancing. 

Katherine Hutton Anderson 
"Kitty" 

French Club ; bridge games, high heels, 
Surf Club. 



ISADORE AXEI.ROD 
" Izzy' 
Table tennis, kaleidoscope, merry -go- 
round. 

Violette Sylvia Badran 

"Violet" 

Club Etiquette, Girls' Monogram Club; 

private secretary, football fan, big office. 

Helen Smith Baldwin 
"Dukus" 

Maury News; "Silvery Raindrops," holi- 
days, Kathleen Norris. 

Rosalie Bartley 
Spanish Club, Music Club; books, bi- 
cycles, castanets. 



Ruby Elizabeth Basnight 
"Red" 

Spanish Club; cloister bells at evening, 
black mantilla, the flaming rhythm of a 
tango. 

Vivian LaYergne Bates 

Buicks, dates, Golden-Locks. 








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Beatrice Batleman 
"Bea" 

Silver fox furs, dietetics, Dutch wind- 
mills. 

William Bailey Biggs 

"BilF 

Short blondes, tall brunettes, dancing. 

Laurie Frances Bonner 
"Blondie" 

Science Club, H.S.S.C ; primroses, mix- 
ing bowls, needle-point. 

James Giles Bosang, Jr. 
"/. 6"." 
Junior Red Cross, Spanish Club, Manag- 
er of Golf, Usher ; clothes, women, any- 
thing in a big way. 



William Wentworth Boykin 

"Billy • 

Solon, sailboats, swing time. 

Albert Preston Breeden, Jr. 

Music maker, California by motor, C. 
P. A. 



Erma Maude Brook? 
"Brooksie" 

Snow drops, Japanese lantern, pink 
sandals. 

William Hamilton Brown, Jr. 
"Billy" 

Navy, girls, parties. 



George Nelson Bull 

Hi-V; Stradivarius, pigskin, Lincoln 
Highway. 



Sari Ina Caplan 
"Ginger" 
Maury Chorus, Dramtaic Club ; riding 
crop, woods, wind. 



Doris Gay Carawan 

"Music, Maestro, Please," ten pins, 
chewing gum. 

John Frank Carroll, Jr. 

Hunting and Fishing Club; tents, reels, 
silver trout. 




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JANUARY 

VlRGINl \ CHANEY 
"Ginnie 

Curly hair, peppermint candy, office work. 

Miriam Chenman 

"Minnie Souris 
Dramatic Club. French Club: jitterbug, 
French fried potatoes, saddles. 



M \rguerite Curling Clarke 

"Clarke 
Driving, water colors, fellowship. 

Dennis Patrick Ci.aypool. Jr. 
Knox "Vagabond," footlights, goli clubs. 



Bessie Cohen 
"Bess" 

Science Club. Cub Etiquette: passport, 
pleas?. Cunard Line, air luggage. 

Richard Randall Cole 

Cannon Mathematics Club. Latin Club. 
Quill and Scroll : Editor. "Maury 
News": "True wisdom is a thing very 
extraordinary." microphone. "V\ ebster s 
International." 

M \rcaret Kralss Commander 
"Margs" 
"Pink Coats and Red Foxes" Hunt Club 
breakfast, red leaves in autumn. 

Catherine Atkinson Conrow 
"Connie 

"Lvrics for me." New En-land winter, 
stories and tales. 



Adrian Dorsey Cooper 
Cannon Mathematics Club: "By 



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work one knows the workman." baseball, 
success 

Algernon Saunders Corbin 
Liberty. baseball, candy-apples. 



Mary Margaret Cordox ana 
Patent leather slippers, poin-ettias. baby 
grand. 

Walter Joseph Daly. Jr. 

Paint brushes. George Washington 
Bridge. July Fourth. 



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Dorothy Cleone Davis 
"Dotty" 
Warm ovens, Chicago Limited, music- 
box. 

Luther Britt Davis 

Swimming, bowling alleys, Schneider cup 
races. 



Virginia Louise Davis 
Cool meadows and soft breezes, "Little 



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William Graham Dawson 

"Bill" 

Pancakes, pigskin oval, gabardine. 

Thomas Earl Dean 

"Butch'" 

Manager, Baseball, Basketball ; ready, 

willing, and able, fun-lover, balls and 

bat. 

Walter Leslie Devanv 

"Boo" 

Cannon Mathematics Club, French 

Club; Law, University of Virginia, 

mathematics. 

Anastasia Douros 
" Stacia" 
Art Club; sunshine, business world, 
piano. 

William Lee Dozier 

"Billy" 

Leisure, friendliness, ticket to Boston. 



Harold Lee Durham 
Sea Scouts, shoes, anti-homework. 

Dorothy Allaine Durrua 

"Dottle" 

Persian kitten, Mardi Gras, amethyst. 



Kenneth Dey Edmonds 

"Sophomore" 

Cager, Hollywood, red sweater. 

Joseph Eichelbaum 
"Joe" 
Football Team, Baseball Team, Mono- 
gram Club; steaks, seriousness, sports- 
loving. 




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JANUARY 

Charles Wilbur Ellerton 
"Chink" 
rrack ream ; cinder path, cream puff, 
speedometer, 

Audrey Marie Ellis 
"Little Audrey" 

Potato chips, "Stardust," skating. 



Cecelia Faver.man 
"Celey" 

Commercial Club; Underwood typewrit- 
er. April Showers, Lake Louise. 

Wilfred Ferguson, Jr. 
"Fergy" "Bill" 

Football ; drums, quarterback ; "to attain 
the unattainable." 



George Lee Fernandes 

Navy Yard, boxing ring, salty seas. 

Helen Fine 
"Patsy' 

Chess Club, Science Club, C 1 u b Eti- 
quette, Maury Literary Society ; clubs, 
chemical research, evergreens. 



Jack Finley 

■■Fiddle" 
Dairy farm, game room, "Spell of the 
^ ukon." 

Robert B. Fischborn 

"Seinitoi " 
Song, playboy, Artie Shaw. 



Edna Mae Fisher 

French Club; "Evening in Paris," scis- 
sors in crisp linen. 



Emile Graham Foster 

Dripping paddles, white birches, cheese- 
nabs. 



Rex Mitchell Foster 

Sonny 

Bowling Team ; girls, Fords, big game. 

Virginia Elizabeth Francis 
.Movies, candy, people. 



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Dorothea Gain fort 
"Do" 

Lilit's-of-the-valley, good music, college. 

Fleetwood Lee Gardner 

Hunting and Fishing Club; a follower 

of the field, tennis, dancing. 



Willie Mae Gardner 

" Toots" 

Hypatia Mathematics Society, H.S.S.C. ; 
Chesapeake Beach, sunshine, socks. 

Henry Grady Gatlin, Jr. 

Philatelist, test tubes, piano. 



Elizabeth Viola Gattis 
"Libby" 

Petite, pert, secretary-to-be. 

Agnes Katherine Gilliam 

H.S.S.C, Monogram Club; apple trees, 
ice skates, Jack and Jill. 



Levering Hickox Gilpin, Jr. 

Weather forecasts, chess, moving pic- 
tures. 

Rose Freida Glasser 

Walks, thoughts, candid cameras. 



Herbert Coke Gordon 
"Herby" 

Sun on the sand, brief case, letters 

Robert Coningsby Goi-don 
P. G. Wodehouse, Mozart, "The Ameri- 



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Betty Pauline Gottlieb 

Dodges, Friday nights, Music of Today 
and Yesterday. 



Kathryn Ann Gough 
" Yea, Team" 
French Club, Cheering Squad ; Univer- 
sity of Maryland, sweaters and skirts, 
megaphone. 




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"General Grant' 
Stromberg-Carlson, sixteen cylinders, 
spring. 

Aubrey Hughes Griffin 
March wind, big league, flying 



Evelyn Frances Hancock 

H.S.S.C, Science Club; entertainment, 
bookshelves, cheering. 



Albert Spurgeon Harden, Jr. 
Automobiles, North Carolina, pickles. 



Beatrice Gr ay Haves 
"Bebee" 

Glee Club, Science Club; sketches, Bur- 
row-Martin's, chemistry experiments. 

Grace Eyre Hines 

Light and shadows, maple boughs, "Gyp- 
sy Love Song." 



Olga Elizabeth Hinkle 
" Tootsie" 
Buicks, knitting, travel. 

Blanche Vivian Holland 

Efficiency, g o o d grades, conscientious- 
ness. 



Harold Hudgins, Jr. 
"Pothead" 

Football Team; a winning way, "His 
fame was known in all the land," grid- 
iron star. 

Oscar Louie Ingram 

Bowlin _; Team ; sleep, dreamer, success. 



Louise Taliaferro Isaacs 
"Skipper*' 
H.S.S.C.; st.-rched uniforms, white walls, 
scent of ether. 

Philip Woodbury Jennings 
"Red" 

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Charles Griffin Jeter 

"Square" 
Unassuming, quiet, a little worried over 
impossible problems. 

Esther Elizabeth Jett 

Dramatic Club. French Club; a sailboat 
in the moonlight, potato chips, honors. 



Robert Franklin Jolly 
Tennis, "Sunlight," pingpong. 

David John Jones 

Chess Club; huntsman, fisherman, drafts- 
man. 



Marjorie Estelle Jones 
"Margie" 

Club Etiquette, Minstrels; personality, 
popular songs, dimples. 

William Charles Jones 
"Willie" 
Golf Team, Usher; hoii'-e parties, pipe, 
LaSalles. 



Elizabeth Doris Jung 

Diplomatic work, superi o r grades, 
"Green Light." 



Martin Raymond Kaplan 
"Marty" 
Automobiles, golf, summer sports. 



Doris Mae Keefe 
"Dot" 

Office work, desire for travel, candle- 
light. 

Helen Naomi Keehn 
"Patsy" 
Music Club, H.S.S.C. ; cameos, blue hya- 
cinths, Viennese waltzes. 



Shirley Louise Kelly 

"Irish" 

Hershey bars, dancing, literature. 

Lillie Ernestine Kemp 

Nursing career, cinema, libraries. 




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Alice Reid Kerns 

French Club; "Wind-, words, words," 
exhilaration, sparkles, beach parties. 

Joe Lot' is Kofsky 
"Joe" 
Maury Chorus; blues, starlight, bubble 
gum. 



Dorothy Orcutt Kuck 
"Dotty" 
H.S.S.C.; "Camp Fire," "Vanity Fair." 
sound of lapping water. 

Langley Preston Land 
"Speed" 
Watermelons, sage brush, eleven on the 
team. 



Jessie Louise Lee 
"Lou" 

A trip to the altar, tennis, dancing. 

John Ellsworth Lee 

"Johnny" 

Sun Valley, billiard balls, "Life." 



Ruth Ann Legum 
"Ruthie" 
Maury Chorus; alluring eyes, "Alone," 
furs. 

Lloyd Richard Leipzig 

Sports features, "Maury News"; conver- 
sation, basketball, puns. 



Joseph Alexander Leslie 1 1 1 
J ne 

Sextant. June week, gold braid. 

Mildred Louise Mansfield 
"Mi/iu" 
"Marie," friendship, "That Sentimen- 
tal Gentleman of Swing." 



Miriam Rose Mednick 
"Mickey' 
Maury Chorus, Music Club, Dramatic 
Club; telephone conversations, Univer- 
sity of Maryland, dietetics. 

William Bankhead Meredith II 
"Witsie" 

Hi-Y; snipes, ducks, "Yeni, vidi, vici !" 






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Helen Louise Miller 

"Gil" 

Business, Girl Scouts, swimming. 

John Young Stock Mitchell III 
"Stock" 
Cannon Mathematics Club; sailing, 
"leapin' lena," Irish setter. 



Frances Marie Modlin 

Tall, dark 'n' han'some hoys, long strolls, 
bowling. 



Alice Lavinia Montgomery 
"Al" 

Blue skies, a miniature, Hepplevvhite 
table. 



Edna Estelle Moore 
"Pat" 

Suffolk, hikes, postmarks. 

Ella Morganstein 
Spun rayon, bob-o-links, azaleas. 



Russell Price Muir, Jr. 

"Peck,'' "Esquire'' 
Locomotives, billboards. 

Elizabeth Lucille Munden 
"Lew" 
Art Club, Maury Literary Society; stu- 
dent par excellence, obliging, tea party. 



Vernon Lyle Neigenfind 
"Nigie" 

Hunting and Fishing Club; nature, pul- 
pits and sermons, trips. 

Lillian Ruth Nottingham 

Hypatia Mathematics Society, French 
Club; "Do I look all right?" brass but- 
tons, swing. 



Hugh Kenneth Oberg, Jr. 

"Odie" 

Virginia Beach, Kay Kyser, money. 

Jean Esther Outland 

"Jeanie" 

H.S.S.C, Dramatic Club, French Club; 

husky voice, Christmas plays, dancing 

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R wmond Fnw \rd Overman 
"Ray" 
Stage fan. culinary expert, screen. 

James Derrickson Page 
"Jim" 

Bull sessions, horseshoes, drawing. 



Thelma Lillian Pearce 

Friendliness, sweet disposition, lover of 



Helen Laurene Peri.in 
"Cheeky" 

Maury Chorus, Glee Cluh, Latin Club, 
Music Club, Maurv Literary Society; 
fur coats. New York, voice. 



Hugh Brown Perry 
Graduation, sociable, cinema. 

James Thomas Pickler 

"Tommy" 

Chess Club, Science Club; ivory chess- 
men, heather. 



Eleanor Claire Pincus 
"Pinky" 

French Club, Dramatic Cluh ; plaid 
skirts, hearts, caviar. 

James Robert Pipkin 

"Pip" 

Briefcase, skiis, moonlight. 



Leon Rapaport 
"Rap" 

Spanish Club; Castles in Spain, sidewalk 
cafe, tambourines'. 

Rosalie Charlotte Rauch 
Love of life, sense of humor, sports. 



Mildred Taylor Reese 
"Millie" 

Bicvcles, bells, bandanas. 

Raymond Lucian Reeves 
"Juffhead" 

Blue sweater, wireless set, wanderlust. 




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Gilbert Cecil Reveille, Jr. 
"Pouchie" 

Maurv Chorus, Minstrels; song, capital- 
ist, "Ten Pretty Girls." 

Marion Corienne Rew 
"Nigger" 
Art Club; swing bands, pottery, art 
class. 



Frances Reeves Roberts 
Pal, baseball diamonds, good nature. 

Louise Ruth Roberts 

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Like Rives, sweet and efficient. 



Marguerite Rives Roberts 

" Twin" 

Like Ruth, just as efficient and sweet. 

Harry Hamilton Rumble II 
"H" 
Hi-Y ; ballads, argument, lawyer, 
around the globe. 



Freda Sylvia Salsbury 
"Red" 

Maury Chorus; good grades, tennis 
courts, red hair and blue eyes. 

Leroy Elliot Samuels 

"Sammy" 

Better late than never, quiet, dancing. 



Pearl Sandler 

"Mim" 

Match covers, Uncle Sam, perfumes. 

Helen Josephine Schools 

H.S.S.C, Art Club, Music Club, Pep 
Club: "Dark Eyes," husky cheers, orange 
and blue streamers. 



Norma Florence Scott 
"Bunny" 

Studious, quiet, never failed either a test 
or a friend. 



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Movies, downtown, good times. 











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Henry Gram wi Si lby 
"Sel" 
Writes in cryptograms — or shorthand, 
a future. 

James Edward Sever 
"Eddie" 

W\-\ ; West Point, aquatics, height and 
strength. 



Alice Elizabeth Shannon 

Spanish lace, sugar cookies, cherrv blos- 
soms. 

Winifred Frances Shipp 

" If limit" 
Maury Chorus; trios, vivacity, happiness 



Vincent Flovd Siapno 

Trigonometry, brains and brawn. 
"Eureka !" 



Randolph Foster Simpson 

"Big Boy" 

A gentleman in toto, plodder, getter- 
there. 



Margaret Irene Smith 
"Peggy," "Bobby" 
H.S.S.C.. French Club; airport-, bridle- 
paths, art and artists. 

Millard Guv Smith 

"Ickey . Jr." 

Mathematician, tranquility. D.D. 



Vivian Byrd Smith 

Dramatic Club, Hypatia Mathematics 
Society; Terpischore, blue and pink, hoop 
skirt-. 

Margaret Catherine Snider 

H\natia Mathematics Society. H.S.S.Cj| 
Milk' Ways, piano, reminiscent. 




Beverly Rouse Spencer^ 
"Bev " 

H.S.S.C. ; good times, the red Ford, 
humor. 

Melvin John Spires 
"Buddy" 
"Trouble shooter." woods in autumn, 
seawalls. 



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Irma Pauline Stallings 
"Poochy" 

Laughs, telephone operator, books. 

Florence Lavina Stanford 
"Flossie" 
Glee Club, Maury Chorus; jitterbug of 
the first class, lover of all sports. 



Virginia Lucille Stewart 

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Mystery stories, T o m m y Dorsey, red 
fingernail polish. 

George Frederick Storminger 

Dramatic Club; "Stormy Nell," golf 
games, Battery B. 

Katharine Elizabeth Sutton 
"Kay" 
Serious, when in a jam ; studies, when in 
a jam ; not always in a jam. 

John Parks Tazewell 

"J. T." 

Hi-Y, French Club, Junior Red Cross, 

Cannon Mathematics Club; "Thou hast 

wit at will," admiral, "Susie," snowballs. 



William Leonidas Thomas, Jr. 
Bicyclist speedking, optimist, sculptor. 

William Foster Thompson, Jr. 
"Bill" 

A man of the sea, boats, sails aloft. 



Albert Roscoe Thrasher, Jr. 

Girls, Greenbriar Farms, work. 

Katherine Tsoukatos 
"Kitty" 

H.S.S.C. ; puzzles, gypsies, "Neapolitan 
Nights." 



Paul Emmett Turner 
Draftsman, hunting, fishing, boat trips. 

William Griffin Turner, Jr. 

"Jubby" 

Jalopy, surf board, "Maury Hi, Rah." 







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Beverly Tl rock 

M in Chorus. French Club: petite, 
mischievous, harmonv. 







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Bertram Edward Twine, Jr. 
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W\-\ : Norfolk Newspaper-, beach par- 
- North Carolina. 



William Leonidas Urquh.art 

■Billy" 

B \es. husky laugh, buns. 

Neill Veazey 

H^ S.C. ; crazy mov;-:- im sodas, 

tunes. 



Artemis Vexetidy 

" Anna" 

Caravans, cathedrals, firelight. 

Margaret Constance Waters 
~.mps. skates, bicycles. 



Elizabeth Lawrence Watson 
"Beit 
Pottery, art class, sculpture. 

Wax eta Lee Weaver 

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M~r:2olds. busine-s world, friends 



Gladys Pearl White 

Hvpatia Mathematics Society: automo- 
biles, dogs, athletics. 



Eldred Leona Whitehead 

"Chicken" 

June twilight, silk tassels, pewter pitch- 



Lolise Clayton W hitehurst 

Dramatic Club: "The play's the thing 
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William Roberts Wiggins, Jr. 
"Bill" 

Brunettes, argument, "a sea farin' man." 



Donald Elmore Wilbern 

"Donald Duck" 
Automobiles, tourist camp. 



Herman Arnold Williams 
Golf Team ; golf, girls, good time. 



Thelma Virginia Williams 
Maury Literary Society, H.S.S.C., 
French Club, Club Etiquette ; Margaret 
Mitchell, lilacs, clunv lace. 



James Martin Willis 
"Marty" 
Phonograph records, Seaboard Airline, 
clothes. 



Leon Murphrey Wootten 

" Michaelangelo" 

Blondes, murals, Mr. Games' portrait. 



Morris Anderson Wright 
"MA." 

Shv, intellectual, ardent movie fan. 



Louise Norsworthy Yoder 
Johann Strauss, hot fudge sundaes, "At 
home." 





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Matthew Fontaine Maury High School 

PROGRAM 

Presiding Officer, C. W. Mason 

SUPERINTENDENT OF NORFOLK PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Prelude — - Turkish March from the "Ruins of Athens"-- ...Beethoven 

Processional Maury Concert Orchestra 

Invocation,.. ..The Reverend C. M. Gordon 

Address __ Harry Hamilton Rumble II 

PRESIDENT OF GRADUATING CLASS 

Chorus — Maury Alma Mater.. _ .The Graduating Class 

Address .. The Reverend B. M. Persinger 
Selections: 

( 1 ) Alleluia Traditional French 

( 2 ) Recessional De Ko-vt'ii 

MAURY CHOIR 

Presentations of Diplomas and Awards .. A. B. Bnstow 

PRINCIPAL OF MAURY HIGH SCHOOL 

Chorus — Lead On, O King Eternal ... .Smart 

THE GRADUATING CLASS 

MAURY AUDITORIUM 
January 27, 1939 8:00 P. M. 



JUNE GRADUATE 




JUNE HONOR ROLL 

Lett to right in order of rank -- 
from 9 -.00 to 92 61 

Pearl Bettv Pope 
Virginia Caroline Wiley 
Elizabeth Christine Brownlee 
Stanley Eugene Barnes 
Dorothy Louise Beazley 



Lucine Elizahe.h Schmitz 
Florence Marie (lames 
Belle Dollison Faucette 
Frances Lucinda Jarvis 
Thelma Legum 



Pamela Brown Carpenter 

Mary Scott Robertson MacQuibben 

Ruth Ada Tupper 

Archer Allan Must-, Jr. 

Wilnia Adele Griffin 



Mildred Allene Schoonmaker 
George Ellis Stokes, Jr. 
Dorothy Wheeler 
Philip Ehvood Davis 



Lucy Howell Spencer 
Mary Anna Mearig 
Frances Waldrop Brooke 
Eleanor Ann Hoosack 
Charles John Borill 



Margaret Gertrude Seeley 
Virginia Lee Curtis 
Joseph Patterson. Jr. 
Robert Merrell Taylor 
Asher Arthur Friedman 



Helen Louise Champion 
Evelyn Josephine Ficarra 
Shirley Englander Jelaza 
Mary Frances Atkinson 
Vincent Johns Thomas 



Emma Jean Calevas 
Patricia Charlysse Clark 
Nancy Ludwell Earnest 
Robert Salzberg 



JUNE HONOR ROLL 

Lett to right in order ot rank — 
from 92.58 to 90.04 

iuth Evelyn Moore 
\nne Elizabeth Lafsiter 
\nna Harrell Ballard 
jpfarry Roy Dudley 
Gilbert Samuel Thome 



[ohn Ellsworth Can- 
lean Harte Guy 
3etty Braxion Preston 
Cynthia Jewell Mason 
Marion Be'.tv Brown 



[oseph Willard Burnham 
jheila Lee Seawell 
ivelyn Elizabeth Stawls 
ionna Fay Godfrey 
ene Louise Mason 



Anne Warren Schuler 
Anne Doyle Dixon 
Frances Lee Hodges 
Martvn Edward Richardson 



Henry Peter Bisschop 
Elizabeth Cage Wright 
Ethel Vitsky 
Annabel Alexander 
Jean Carr Bell 



Doris Lucille Hansen 

Lee Edward Crosby, Jr. 

Annis Cutherell 

Roscoe Fletcher Good, Jr. 
(Missing) 

Anne Claire Williams 

Doris Rockwell Post 



Emma Lee Grimstead 
Inez Randolph Batten 
Artie Fulton Wright 
Julia Magruder Cropper 
William Jaffe 



Ethel Heiffer 
Harry Weaver Hosford 
Max Baumeister, Jr. 
Audrey Wise Worsham 



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JUNE CLASS 

OFFICERS 

President... Vincent Johns Thomas 

Vice-President Harry Tudor Jones, Jr. 

Secretary Belle Dollison Faucette 

Treasurer ..Mary Frances Atkinson 

JUNE CLASS HISTORY 

1955 is here! At last we have a chance to see our old cla-s- 
mates of '39. Rememher the important daj when we planned to 
meet again? Then, two months ago, our own Junior and Senior 
Secretary, Belle Faucette, sent us those cute invitations to meet in 
this very Recreation Hall of the 1955 New York World's Fair at 
exactly four o'clock on June 10. A thrill ran through us when we 
received the invitations, but now there is a deeper sensation taking 
hold as we realize it lacks but one minute of four. 

We are the first to arrive and are -eated in the star-shaped 
room, thinking over the wonderful inventions that have become 
commonplace since way back in the '39 World's Fair — television, 
autogiros which are converted into cars at a moment's notice, per- 
petually filled fountain pens, fog dispellers, permanent cures for 
hay fever and cancer, and even air traffic cops. 

Oh, here's the first arrival. It's Miss Blake, our indispensable 
Senior Sponsor and guiding light throughout our three years in 
Maury. Really, if it hadn't been for her . . . "Hello, Miss Blake! 
I'm fine, thank you. It's grand to see you again. 1 was just thinking 
how lost our Class would have been in '39 (decidedly more so in 
'36 when we were Sophs) without your understanding and help- 
fulness. 

"Look ; there's Vincent Thomas coming in. Wasn't he a good 
President during our three high school years? He talked so easily 
and fluently, and he played tennis like a regular Don Budge. He 
and Allen White . . . Why it's Man Atkinson, Miss Blake! She 
worked so hard in her Senior year, taking in money for class dues 
caps and gowns, and "Commodores," from more than 500 gradu- 
ates. She was voted Best All Round along with Dave Fitzgerald, 
and mi wonder There's our football hero now with a former team- 
mate, Hewitt Dunn. 

"Belle! Everv time I see you I think of all the appointments 
vim had to get straight for Senior pictures. I bet somebody was 
forever putting off his sitting till another day and upsetting the 
schedule . . . Bill Romm ! Our old Hi-Y President in person! Re- 
member when you and Billy Redfern and Cary Savage planned 
that Hi-Y convention? Who's with you? Oh, it's Harry Jones, 
our Vice-President of the Senior Class and Hi-Y. Isn't it just like 
old times? Everybody seems to be coming in at once. In that crowd 
over by the door, did you see our sport participants looking spr\ as 



There's Jack Carr, Maury's ping-pong champion; Ed Hill, 
the splendid track man; Clarence Phields, Jimmy Macon, Junius 
Rubin and Paul Hart, our basketball stars; Pat McCarthy and 
Mike Beckett, the old golf fiends; Augusta Williams, Tack Berard, 
Virginia State champion in his Junior year, and Laddie Walker, 
our chief bowlers — all in one group. What celebrities! Did any of 
them turn pro? 



JUNE CLASS HISTORY (Continued) 

"Hey, Gary Savage and Eddie Wolcott, how are you? Is your caroling as amazing as ever, Cary? 
Eddie, I see you have lived up to your reputation in the Hall of Fame as the best . . . well, it seems 
simply centuries since you both were in the Maury Merry Minstrels with Charlie Laird . . . Speaking 
of the devil — hello, Charlie! Oh, and there is your partner to a top title in the Hall of Fame, Eddie 

— it's Jean Bell, looking as pretty as ever. 

"Hello, 'Commodore' Staff! Hello, Editor Fannie Brooke! The last time I saw you, you were 
taking on old age over the big job. Putting out an Annual is a whale of an undertaking in anybody's 
life, but you did a beautiful book. There are Dot Sheil, the '39 Art Editor, and Emma Jean Calevas, 
a most promising assistant and author . . . How nice to see you, Most Intellectual One! . . . Yes, 
indeed, 1 remember you, Carolyne Wiley, when you took highest honors two years in the Latin 
contests . . . And, Nancy Earnest, how is your glee-club-trained voice ? . . . Well, if there aren't 
those ticklers of the keys — Joe Patterson, Leslie Bobbitt and Evelyn Ficarra! 

"Here's a bevy of the ex-club officers who sparkled in '39. They were all so outstanding — an 
unusually fine group. In our class, even if I do say so, Miss Blake, 1 think we had more prominent 
seniors than any previous one. In fact, there were so many, it's difficult to name them all offhand. 
That triangle over there, so absorbed in talk, must be Joe Baker, Raymond Ellis and Jack Callahan 

— no doubt with baseball the subject under discussion. 

"Lucine Schmitz! How are you? Parlez-vous francais as fluently as you used to? . . . Wonder 
where Max Baumeister is? He surely was a wow of a 'Commodore' business manager . . . and that 
reminds us of the good old 'Maury News' with its able Editor-in-Chief, Mary Gwynne Campbell. 
Boy, could she get things done! 

"You know, until I just saw you, Jackie Madden, I had forgotten all about the Senior Valen- 
tine program. You and Virginius Stell made an adorable 'school daze' couple. And the rest? . . . 
good to the last drop of the curtain — Mary Payne Baldwin and Lankie Whitehurst as the bicycle- 
built-for-two'ers; the Hansen twins; Bill Williams; Paul Kaufmann — not to mention my partner, 
Hurley Butler — oh, gee! I'll say I remember them all! 

"Hello, High School Student Club Presie. It's good to see you, Fleta. How's Miss Gregory's 
bowling after 16 years? . . . You know, Miss Blake, I bet three-fourths of these ex-students are 
married, and I'm calling them all 'Miss.' 

"Last, but certainly not least, to arrive — in fact, I'm sure, if we were going by numbers, they 
would rank first in the hearts of all gathered here — are Mr. Games and his daughter, Florence. 
Wasn't it a thrill to be able to present to Maury our first school flag in our Junior year? Please 
sing something for us before we leave, won't you, Flossie? . . . Mr. Games, I'll tell you a secret of 
16 years' standing — our Class has always been proud they graduated along with you. We often 
think how fortunate the new school was to get you aa Principal, and we were glad we weren't left 
behind to mourn with Maury over her loss! 

"What did vou say, Miss Blake? Oh, Bill Romm wants the floor . . . That is the best idea 
anyone has vet had, Bill . . . What, a toast? All right! Here goes — A TOAST TO THE BEST 
SPONSOR AND OFFICERS ANY CLASS HAS EVER HAD — and we wish them to know 
we'll remember them in our heart of hearts 'forever and a day'." 

PAT CLARK. 




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W rig Si -armint. the polka, automo- 

biles. 



Ida Blanche Adams 
Blond, reading, witty. 

Josephine Della Agolini 
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Photograph*, swimming, chocolate so- 
das. 

Arthur Reed Akers. Jr. 
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Monogram Club. Baseball. Co-Manager 
of Football: baseball diamonds, candv. 

Annabell Alexander 
" A nme B" 
Glee Club. Chorus; bright eyes, unique- 
' ss the \\ -;.:ht wav. 

John Shepherd Alexander. Jr. 

"Johnnie" 

Maury Minstrels. Bain Literary Society. 
Business Manager of Football. Cheering 
Squad ; baseball. American youth, enthu- 
siasm. 

Mildred Claldean Allard 
"Millie" 
H.S.S.C., Club Etiquette. Science Club; 
chocolate-covered cherries, private secre- 
tary, chewing gum. 

Mary Susan Allcox 
" Tunie" 
S cessful stenographer, ambitious, wit- 
ticisms. 

DonoTHY May Allen 
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H.S.S C. : ~p irts, L .ark bar-, dancing. 

Alfred Jackson Alley 
"Jacf 
Minstrels. Chorus: Shamrock, ye olde 
Irish brogue. 



Lee Alley 

"Slim" 

\\ e s t Indies, printing, hook, line and 
sinker. 

Milton Allsbrook 
Automobiles, good friends, sandv beaches. 















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Retail Selling Club; a sportsman, trav- 
eler, swimmer. 

Myrtle Orissa Amory 
"Bucky" 
Girls' Monogram Club, H.S.S.C. ; dai 
er, pianist, basketball. 



Samuel Brooks Archbell 

"Archball" 

Swimmer, life guard, yachtsman. 

Elizabeth Cecelia Armbrecht 
"Libby" 
H.S.S.C, Science Club; week-ends in 
Richmond, neat, well-groomed hair. 



John Moir Armistead 

"Mar" 
Travel, big time, girls. 

Evelyn Marchant Armstrong 

Airplane riding, horseback riding, any 
kind of riding. 



George Moore Arnold 
"Arnie" 

Steak, sleep, swing music. 

Phyllis Marcella Aronov 
"Phil" 
Maury Chorus; swimming, ping-pong, 
sportswoman. 



Stella May Arrowood 
Knitting, picture collecting, skating 

Edith Louise Askew 

Bonny blue eyes, many friends, good 
times. 



Mary Frances Atkinson 

H.S.S.C, Club Etiquette; laughs, Hi-Y 
picnic-, money collector. 



Robert Endiscott Atkinson, Jr. 

"Bob" 

Fun, dances, airplanes. 



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Edythe Austin 
Dancing, swing hands, drawing sketches. 

Leonard Lot is Bain, Jr. 
"Len" 
Hats bj Mallory. American Beauties, 
Artie Shaw. 



Joseph Edward Baker 
Joe 
Monogram Club, Baseball; a real base- 
ball player, a bowler. 

Margaret Wade Baker 
"Peggy" 

Skating, movies, scrap books, indispen- 
sable. 



Paul William Baker 

"Willie" 
Henry Fonda, see the world, idle. 

Marjorie Couper Baldwin 
" Martie" 

Glee Club, Latin Club ; butter beans, 
Lucien Lelang, sun and sands. 

Mary Payne Baldwin 
"Buddy" 

French Club, Junior Red Cross, Science 
Club; Navy blue and gold, mashed po- 
tatoes, horseback riding. 

Anna Harrell Ballard 

H.S.S.C. ; Southern accent, sedateness, 
giggles. 



Anna Teresa Banks 

Terpsichorean rhythm, kind word for 
everyone, Cole Porter's songs. 



Stanley Eugene Barnes 

Co-editor, "Commodore"; retiring, am- 
bitious, work well done. 



Gladys Lee Barr 
"Peggy" 

H.S.S.C. ; sundaes, bookkeeping, movies. 

William Douglas Bartron 
"Doug" 

Poison ivy fascinates him ; bowling, en- 
gineering draftsman. 






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Marjorie Bruce Bastian 




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French Club, Latin Club; ballet, dra- 
matic art, coca-cola with lime. 






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Talking, travel, Alary Washington Col- 






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Max Baumeister, Jr. 

Hi-Y, Cannon Mathematics Club; ad- 
vertisements, mathematics problems, ar- 
guments. 

Frank Whitefield Beach, Jr. 
Silver nitrate, cracked lens, knowledge. 



John Franklin Beamon, Jr. 

"Blonde" 
Tennis, tiddlywinks, brunettes. 

Frances Nora Bean 

"Beanie" 

Witty, reporter, jitterbug- 



Dorothy Louise Beazley 

"Ginny" 

Tiny, mild mannered, pictures. 

William McKinley Beck, Jr. 

"Billy" 

Astronomy Club; life-saving classes, 
ships, government military academy. 



James Augustine Beckett, Jr. 

Empire State Building, magnets, pine 
trees. 

Mildred Walton Beckett 

"Beckie" 

Movie fan, art, reading 




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"Mike" 
Cannon Mathematics Club; hull sessions, 
golf, song, onions. 

Am \ vnder Lyle Beckner, Jr. 
"Bunky" 
Basketball games, Jan Savitt and His 
Top Hatters, sports-lover. 



Virginia Frances Belanga 

"Gin nil" 
Maury Orchestra; never off ke\ , pas- 
tries, natural. 

Eleanor Catherine Bell 

Road maps, steamer tickets, good na- 
ture. 



Jean Carr Bell 

French Club; that certain something, 
dates, "beauty is as beauty does." 

Ethel Adele Bellows 

Club Etiquette, Girls' Monogram Club, 
H. S. S. C. ; government service, swim- 
ming, chewing gum. 



Thomas Wales Benham 

" I'u in my" 



Jack Branson Berard 

Hi-Y;good humor, loquacious, inquisi- 



tive. 



Marie Elizabeth Berchem 
"Red" 

Swing music, dancing, friends. 

KlNTER DlEHL BERNARD 

"Kenny" 
Chorus, Maury Band; Navy, swimming, 
singing. 



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open spaces. 


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Kathryne Reid Berry 
"The Isle of Capri," exponent of danc- 



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Norman William Bevan 
"Bill" 

"Let's eat," Notre Dame, blue suits. 



Henry Peter Bisschop 
"Hank" 

Maury Chorus; Europe, two and two 
make four, bass notes. 

John Lee Black well 

Army, lover of homework and mathe- 
matics. 



Elmer Cuthbert Blake 
" .1 ean" 
Driving cars, radiators, carburetors, cyl- 
inders. 

Lucille Wyman Bloomer 

"Judy" 

Varsity drag, unbeatable smile, Rice's. 



Lucille Murphrey Blount 

Angora sweaters, beaches, artistic. 



Cecil Blum 

Manager, Basketball ; efficient in organ- 
izations, business fundamentals, short but 
sufficient. 



Warren Leslie Bobbitt 

"Les" 

Bain Literary Society, Science Club, 

Astronomical Society ; musical to the 

core, piano quartets, "Chopsticks." 

Charles John Borill 
Blue tics, sea stories, engineering books. 



Bruce Bowden 
Uniforms, sports revues, "yoke him." 

Annie Louise Bower 

"Annie B" 

Steak, reversibles, Hilton Village. 




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Hann \ii Rosa Bower 
Crocheting, stenography, quiet. 

J vcob Dexter Bow krs 

Easy going, look tor the silver lining. 
"Make- ^ mi Want to Dance" music. 



DeLoris Olivia Bradley 

Renre-^ntari" p "A-fa-i-v News": handi- 
work, has distinctive manner, level head- 
ed, crocheting. 

Benjamin Callcote Branch 
"Benn'ie Bee" 
Spanish Cluh: swing music, southern ac- 
cent, puns. 

Jack Curtis Bran nan 

\\ hire flannels aid sport coats, red. 
songs hy Nelson Eddy and Jeannette 
MacDonald. 

James Landon Brent 

"Jimmy" 
Barn dances, aquatic sports, rural life. 



Phillip Bress 

"Phil" 
Spanish Cluh. Mann Minstre's; sing- 
ing, tennis player. Bin : Croshy. 

Eunice Marie Brickhouse 
Chocolate pie, office work. 



Stella Hudson Brickhouse 
Blue, skating, swimming. 

Thomas Bridges 

" Tone' 

A golfer, duckpin advocate, hunter. 



Marth \ Virginia Brinson 

"Mart- 
French Cluh; poetiv, horses, petite. 
U. S. Navy. 



Margaret Amelia Briscoe 

"Margie" 

Daintiness, pretty hair, friendly. 



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Frances Waldrop Brooke 
"Fannie" 
Hypatia Mathematics Society, Latin 
Club, Club Etiruette, French Club, Quill 
and Scroll, Editor - in - chief, "Commo- 
dore" ; chocolate, Tar Heels, charm. 

Charles Murray Brooks 

Band, Orchestra; boating, moonlight on 
the water, soft breezes. 

Frances Clayton Hart Broughton 
"Punky" 

"Maury News," French Club; pickled 
onions, drums, souvenirs, happy. 

John Ghiselin Broughton 
"Jack" 
Retail Selling Club ; beefsteak and on- 
ions, vocalizing, worker. 



Clara Lewis Brown 
"Brownie" 

Saddle shoes, neat, petite. 

Janet Elisabeth Brown 
"J. B." 

"Anchors Aweigh," wishing for a mill- 
ion, week-ends. 



Lattie Hamer Brown, Jr. 

"Lassie" 

Business administration, pool, radio. 

Marion Betty Brown 
Orchids, swing, Tyrone Power. 



Mary Mae Brown 
"Russ" 
Charm bracelets, lollypops, blue station- 
ery. 

Royce Lee Brown 

Sou'wester, silver trout, valentines. 



William Harold Brown 

Astronomical Society, Cannon Mathe- 
matics Club; boxing spectator, intere t 
in th? cheering squad. 

Wvndham Everett Brown III 

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Hi-Y, Minstrels; eating, sleeping, fried 
chicken. 





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Elizabeth Christine Brownlee 
Lizzie" 
H.S.S.C., Maury Literarj Society; like- 
able, intelligent, sportsmanship. 

Lillian Louise Bruff 
She enjoys typing, swimming, piano 

John etta Jane Bryant 
Ping-pong, sweaters and skirts, pink 



Wadsworth Buck;, Jr. 
"Waddy" 

Gags, giggles, girls. 



Robert Jehu Bull 
"Bob" 
Maury Astronomical Society; medicine, 
ministry, trying to do hetter. 

Oliver Linwood Bulls 
"Eel" 

Ragtime, gold, hunting, model airplanes. 



Jessie Elise Bunting 
Jill liny 
H.S.S.C, Art Club, C 1 u h Etiquette ; 
creativeness, interesting, Middies. 

Betty Lou Burkhart 

Dancing, swimming, Kay Kyser's or- 
chestra. 

JOSEI'H WlLLARD BURNHAM 

"Jo/' 
Cannon Mathematics Club, Business 
Staff, "Commodore" ; messenger boy, 
world problems, football tickets. 

Julia Lee Burroughs 
"Judy" 

Cheering Squad ; stomping at the stadi- 
um, butter cream?, "Bye now." 

Stephen Hurley Butler, Jr. 
"Ootie" 
Commercial Club; Congressional report- 
ter, racquet and net, swimming. 

Antoinette Gladys Cacace 

"Ann" 

H.S.S.C, Retail Selling C 1 u b : dolls, 
Navy nurse, airplanes. 




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"Maury News," Junior Red Cross, Art 
Club, H.S.S.C. ; horses, stories, Van 
Loon's "The Arts," chewing gum. 

John Thomas Callahan 
"Jack" 
Basketball ; Florida training camp, can- 
did camera, goal! 

Junius Wheeler Calvert, Jr. 
"J. W." 
Bowling Team ; maple lanes, history re- 
peats itself, inspired genius. 

Mary Gwynne Campbell 

Co-editor, "Maury News," Junior Red 
Cross; bicycle tours, Wagner, system- 
atic. 



Pamela Brown Carpenter 
"Pam" 

French Club, H.S.S.C, Dramatic Club; 
fashions, charm bracelets, kittens. 

John Ellsworth Carr 

".hick" 
Sweet swing, "Naw," physics. 



Gwendolyn Martin Carroll 
"Given" 
Girls' Monogram Club, H S.S.C. ; swing 
advocate, dancer, enjoys life. 

William John Cash man 
"Bill" 

Ireland, loud socks, "Two Sleepy- 
People. " 



Helen Louise Champion 

H.S.S.C, French Club; lover of horses, 
frankness, quiet. 

Hazel Mildred Chance 

Dancing, moving pictures, a g i r 1 who 
likes to play baseball. 



Dorothy Jean Chapman 
' Jennie 

H.S.S.C, Art Club; bowling, Barbara 
Stanwyck, books, sweets. 

Emily Carolyn Childress 

Potato chips, bridge, floor wax, Virginia 
Beach. 





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Fee Hint. Chin 

Chemistry, chess, Navy hlue. 

Lewis Bernard Chitty 
Scookie" 
W ants to be a millionaire, football, 
swing music. 



Patricia Charlysse Clark 
"Pat" 
Hypatia Mathematics Society, Junior 
Red Cross, 'French Club, Science Club, 
Latin Club, Quill and Scroll, 'Maun 
News"; Suffolk, fun, good jokes. 

Pearl Com \ 
"Red" 

New \ ork at any time, jewelry, steak. 

Emily Arlean Colem w 

Artist of great promise — in realism and 
still life, cooking. 

Robert Allen Coley 
"Bob" 

A good business man, professional base- 
ball, dislikes dancing. 



Ellen Lee Collier 

Wanderlust, American Beauty roses, 
tennis. 

Ruth Marshall Collier 
"Ruthie" 

Horseback riding, movies, typing. 



Clarence William Compher 
"Billy" 

Spanish Club ; hunting and fishing, popu- 
lar music, talking. 

Marie Antoinette Contr \i> \ 
"Tony" 
H.S.S.C ; "Smilin' Through," ice cream, 
sports spectator. 



William Caldwell Cooke 
Cookie 
Hi-Y; Goodman swing, a huntsman, lab- 
oratories. 

Lelia Caroline Cory 

Loquaciously disposed, French pronun- 
ciation, good sport. 










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Bowling, aviatrix, lover of swing music. 

Marion Jeannette Coulson 
"Short Stuff 
"Well, mow me down," hi Lie, "Anchors 
A weigh." 



Emma Virginia Councill 

" Gina" 

A good cook, dancing, swimming. 



Edwin Smith Crit/, Jr. 

"Critz" 

Blond, laughs, photography. 



Elsie Mae Cromwell 
Surgical nurse, dry wit, dignity. 

Dorothy Madaline Cropper 

Chorus; bright colors, songs, carefree. 



Julia Magruder Cropper 
"Judy" 

Football games, horses, mathematics. 

Lee Edward Crosby, Jr. 
"Buddy" 

Collegian, boats, a trip to Europe in his 
snipe. 



Charles Thomas Crosley, Jr. 

"Charlie" 

Tennis, gags, dances. 

Ann Lee Cruser 
Lipstick, angora socks, records. 



Russell Francis Crutchlow 
"Monk" 
Historical heroes, photographs', West 
Point. 

Virginia Lee Curtis 

"Ginna" 

Dimples, Pitt, adventure stories. 



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Annis Cutherell 

Chilil psychology, golden lucks, sin- 
cerity. 

Clara Louise Dailey 
"Dude" 
Girls' Monogram Club, H.S.S.C.; base- 
ball games, any outdoor sport, mega- 
phone. 

John Henry Dalton 
Shadow^' 
Maury Chorus; songbird, stamps, foreign 
countries. 

Frances Daniels 

"Pat ' 

H.S.S.C. ; horseback riding, jitterbug- 

ging, basket hall games. 



Arlene Frances Darden 
"Porky" 

Retail Selling Club ; loves to swim, de- 
sires to be a newspaper boy, swing music. 

John Christie Davenport 

Classical music, speeding, sports. 



Robert Earl Davenport, Jr. 

Horticulture, badminton, swimming. 

Charles Warren Davis 
Horace 

Moderated swing, electrical engineer- 
ing, maroon and green. 



Frances Ella Davis 

" i ran" 
Spanish Club, H.S.S.C; snapshots, danc- 
ing is her pastime, stenographer. 

Leonard Hattie Davis 

Lennie 

Business, lavender, classical. 



Myrtle Lee Davis 
"Red" 

Pretzels, reporter, air-minded. 

Philip Elwood Davis 

Bain Literary Society; Cicero, forceful, 
well-known. 






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Gordon Keith Deafenbaugh 
"Deffy" 
Work if there's a reason, sense of humor, 
red 'n black. 

Laura Henrietta Deans 
Vanilla cakes, shorthand, gardenias. 



Suzanne DuPuy Decker 
"Suxie" 
Art Club, Latin Club; Florida, garden- 
ing, domestic. 

Helen Huntingdon DeFrees 

Dramatic Club, Glee Club, French Club, 
H.S.S.C., Club Etiquette, Maury Liter- 
ary Society ; simple and sweet, domestic, 
apple blossoms. 

John Peter Deickman 

"Pete" 
Catboat, spinach, regatta. 

James Robert Dent 
" J immie" 
B a se b a 1 1 ; electrical engineering, Hal 
Kemp, V.P.I. 



Claud Rufus Divers, Jr. 

"Speed" 

Loyal, ready and willing, aviation. 

Anne Doyle Dixon 

Latin Club, French Club, H y p a t i a 
Mathematics Society ; Angora, conversa- 
tion, "Taste is the literary conscience of 
the soul." 



June Fauntleroy Donovan 

Sympathetic, church social, "David Cop- 
perfield." 

Habib Elias Doummar 

"Happy" 
Tennis, study, reserved. 



Harry Roy Dudley, Jr. 
"H. R." 

Science Club, Quill and Scroll, "Maury 
News," Astronomical Society; always 
news, architecture, all sports. 

Madeline Elizabeth Dunbar 

Club Etiquette, French Club ; amiable 
domestic, tennis. 







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Jacqueline Heath Di ncan 

"Jackie" 

Melody, blu-hi's, beach parties, cadets. 

Douglas Donald Dunn 
Maryland, eclairs, dislike for hard study. 



Hewitt Tomlinson Dunn 
"Scrapper" 
Football, Monogram Club, Hunting and 
Fishing; football veils and rainy weath- 
er, Vicks Vapor-Rub, peach preserves. 

Ruth Lovitt Dunston 
"Red" 

Club Etiquette, Chorus; "saucy little 
red head," cooking, cheery. 

Nancy Ludwei.l Earnest 
"Nankic" 

"Maury News," Quill and Scroll, Cho- 
rus; journalism, "Three Loves Has 
Nancy." 

Mary Margaret East 
Williamsburg, sight-seeing, bridlepaths. 



David Alfred Easter 

Football, beaches, tennis. 

Hugh Wescott Eberly 
Swimming, dates, sand dunes. 



Frederick Leonard Ebner 
"Ted" 

Aviation, fudge, sailing. 

Mary Virginia Edel 

"Jinny" 
"Maury News"; writing, Strauss waltz, 
likes everybody she knows. 



William Hentley Edmonds 

Hi-Y, Dramatic Club; leisure, tennis, 
Hedy Lainarr. 

Margaret Grace Edwards 
"Margie" 

"Maury News"; secretary to an author 
or social service work, drama. 




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Frederick Howard Eike 

"Anthony Adverse," vegetables, Loh- 
engrin. 

Elizabeth Anne Elder 
"Betty'' 
Latin Club ; coca-colas, jewelry, victro- 
las, swing bands. 

James Wytche Elder 

"Jimmy" 

Everything that comes out of a radio, 

corny jokes, candy bars. 

James Andrew Eley 

"J. a:' 

Retail Selling Club; pigskins, Maury 
games, summertime. 



Hattie Elma Elliott 

H.S.S.C. ; sparkling eyes, the missable 
type, Richard Green. 



Odie Aurelia Elliott 
" Blundie" 
Girls' Monogram Club; bicycle riding, 
fair complexion, dahlias. 



James Thomas Ellis 

"Blue Danube," baseball games, hard 
work never hurt anyone yet. 



Stella Avlee Enos 
Accordion, glass animals, debates. 



Robert Bland Eppes, Jr. 

"Bobby" 

Spinach, wide interests, "Darktown 
Strutter's Ball." 

Ellen Wilhelmina Epple 

French Club, Mademoiselle Pomme, 
costume jewelry, Ghio. 



James Corbett Erwin 
"Jim" 
Football; Toddle House, gridiron, tried 
and true. 

Norma Wood Etheridge 
French Club; sociable, smart dresser. 




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Belle Dollison Faucette 

Latin Club, French Club, H y p a t i a 
Mathematics Society, C 1 u b Etiquette, 
Dramatic Club; good news, on the go, 

"Can yiiu read the Latin?" 

IrEN I Hill \ I'l I DM \N 

"Helen 

Retail Selling Club; dancing, traveling, 
achievement. 

Julia Feldman 

Roses, Tyrone Power, "Evening-in- 

P* »j 
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James Morion Fentress 
Jimmy" 

Track Team ; athletic, ardent jitterbug, 
girls. 



LORATHORNE ELIZABETH FENTRESS 

"Betty" 

Demure, brown eyes, listening to swing 
music. 

Constance Leigh Fereb!:f 
"Connie" 
Glee Club, Club Etiquette; clay model- 
ing, pickles pomegranates. 



Emory Cook Ferebee 
"Hook" 
Enjoys eating lunch, efficient homeroom 
representative. 

Evelyne Josephine Ficarra 

French Club, Dramatic Club; argumen- 
tative, temperamental, piano concerts. 



David Monroe Fitzgerald 

"Dave" 

Football, Track, Monogram Club; 

"That play's the thing," Hampton game, 

debonair. 

Alice Annette Floyd 

Witty, auburn locks, swimming. 



Emmett Webster Fogle 

Orchestra ; t r o m bone s, "Commodore 
Combination," Tommy Dorsev B a n d . 



Pall Wooley Fogle 

Maury Band; quiet, trumpets, roast 
pork and sweet potatoes, bank. 






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Claude Morris Forbes 
"Mice" 

"Ferdinand the Bull," a thinker, ping- 
pong. 

Virgil Taylor Ford 
Swing music, ivory keys, bowling. 



Helen Shepard Foster 
"Shep" 

French Cluh, H.S.S.C. ; Angora mittens, 
open house, People's Drug Store. 

Ruby Elizabeth Frick 

" Tommie" 
Music, people, dancing. 



Asher Arthur Friedman 
"Abbie" 
Bain Literary Society ; classical selec- 
tions, Philadelphia Athletics, piano. 

Robert Bennett Gale 
"Bobby" 

Football, howling, Kay Kyser. 



Martin Edward Gallagher, Jr. 

"Eddie" 

Hi-Y; social life, talking. 

William Edgar Gallion, Jr. 

"Bill" 

Dancing, tennis, sailing. 



Florence Marie Games 
"Flossie" 

Dramatic Club, Maury Chorus. Latin 
Club, H y p a t i a Mathematics Society, 
Quill and Scroll, Club Etiquette, Co- 
editor, "Commodore," Maury Minstrels; 
pretty hands, happy memoirs. 

William Arthur Garlette, Jr. 
"Willie" 

Band, Orchestra; bandmaster, reserved 
to the nth degree, clarinet. 



Alfred Clarke Garton 
"Al" 

Model boats, shooting, up c ide-down cake. 

William Harrell Gatling 
Ministry, "Nihil sine labora," antiques. 







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Robert Huber G « i i 
"Big Feet" 
Art Club. Chorus; camping, ice cream, 
a sociable man. 

Ottie Green ( Ii itier 

Misspells 'em and worries, live - wire, 
worker in art. 



Carrie Arsena Gilbert 

"Tiny" 
Hypatia .Mathematics Society; her dog, 
soft voice, good science student. 

George Taylor Gilbert 
"Gilly" 
Soda jerker, hiking boots, "uncharted 
ways." 



George Willi am Giles, Jr. 
"GW" 

Hot dogs, loud clothes, jalopies. 

Mae Chung Exg Gixx 

Maury Literary Society, H.S.S.C. ; Chi- 
nese picture albums, collection of auto- 
graphs, lectures. 



Jennie Agnes ( Jlancy 

"Little Bit" 

Novelty sweaters, skirts, travel. 

Shirlee Frances Glasser 

French Club ; candle light, violets, Carl 
Sandburg. 



Bonn a Fan Godfrev 
"Bonnie" 

Hypatia Mathematics Society, French 
Club; writes, reads, on the go. 

Burt Kirkwood Godfrey 
Carefree, swimming, "rendezvous. 



Robert Dedrick Godwin 
"Bob" 

Usher; research, surgeon, I niversity of 
North Carolina. 

Charles Herbert Goldstein 
"Chick" 

Maury Orchestra; good English student, 
world of business, green. 



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Mary Helen Gordon 
Shorty" 

Glee Club, Monogram Club; auburn 
hair, bowling. 

Judith Watson Gray 

Benny Goodman, limetree and fuchsia, 
Swedish modern furniture. 



Charles William Green, Jr. 
"Charlie" 

Main Literary Society ; hook and line. 
Whitman's candy, hunting. 

Jennie Greenberg 

"Jeanie" 

Chocolate ice cream, red roses, dances. 



Fleta Adelaide Gregory 
H.S.S.C. ; suits, girls, a leader. 



Marjory Loraine Gregory 
"Margie" 

Lake Louise, Indian pottery, "Movie- 
land." 



Helen Gretes 
Uniforms, gardenias, art, swimming. 

Herman Charles Greunke 
Stamp collecting, aquatics, architecture. 



James Franklin Greyard 

"Frank" 

Sailboats, net, racquet and balls. 

Wilma Adele Griffin 
Strives for perfection, neatness, patrician. 



Emma Lee Grimstead 

Maury Literary Society; badminton, 
"Hi-ho, hi-ho, it's off to work we go!" 
leader's instinct. 



James Worthington Grimstead 

"Charlie" 
Quail, opera, outboard motorboat. 





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I >oroi hyG vrdner Groves 
"Dot" 

Girls' Monogram Club: mystery books, 
smooth dancing. 



Eunice Claire Gunter 
H.S.S.C.; orchestras, energy, sunburn 



Lloyd Byron Gunter 

"Bill" 

A bowling advocate, traveling, dancing. 

Harry Nelson Glstin 
Basket ball ; "A Prince of a Fellow." hu- 






Fr \nces Scott Gutierrez 
Bowling, movies, travel, dancing 

George Ringold Guy 

"Buddy" 

Football. Basket ball. Track; debonair, 
rignals, sun and golden sands. 



Jean- Harte Guy 

H.S.SC; people, fried chicken, sports. 
Navy. 



Nelda Virginia Guynn 

'Ginny" 

H. S. S. C. ; giggles, uniforms, chewing 
gum. 



Thomas O. Gwaltney 1 1 1 
" 7 omtny" 
W'\-\ ; sports articles, wit. quiet, even dis- 
position. 

Joseph Dial Gwin 

Joe 

Radio engineer, movies, Kay K< ser. 



William Campbell Hagan II 

"Bill" 

\ ..Ml., sailboats. 

Charles Dennis Hanblry 
" Gootch" 

Football ; week-ends at the beach. 



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Doris Lucille Hansen 

"Twip" 

H. S. S. C , Glee Club, Club Etiquette, 

Hypatia Mathematics Society, Spanish 

Club; half and half, bright colors, jolly. 

Dorothy Christine Hansen 

" Twinsie" 

H. S. S.C., Glee Club, Club Etiquette, 

Hypatia Mathematics Society, Spanish 

Club; people, school, red and yellow. 

James Raoul Hanson 
"Jim" 

Designer of planes, aviation, artist. 

William Andrew Hanson 
"Doc" 

English, tennis, Strauss. 



Josephine Virginia Hardesty 
"Josie" 
Petty drawings, week-end parties, Balti- 
more. 

Bryant Eugene Harrell, Jr. 
"Pete" 

Band ; humor, musician, scholar. 



Percy Loy Harrell 
Retail salesman, bowling, football. 

Robert Nellson Harrell 
Small boat racing, sailing, talker. 



Louise Edmondson Harris 
"Weezie" 
French Club ; festivities, sunny smiles, 
Annapolis week-ends. 

Glenn Warren Harshman 

"Slug" 

Conservation, keen h u m o r, slip-over 
sweaters. 

Paul Allen Hart 
"P. A." 

Hi-Y; engaging smile, women, French 
soldier. 

Margaret Bertha Hartley 
"Bert" 

Club Etiquette, H.S. S. C; strawberry 
ice cream, hunting, swimming. 




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Robert Tabor Hasler, Jr. 

"Bobby" 

Full moons, Leighton Noble's orchestra, 

football. 

Marry Druen Haycock, Jr. 
Cigars, aviation, pretzels. 



Margaret Virginia Havman 
"Peggy" 
French Club, Art Club; happy-go-lucky, 
a smile for everyone, "Nightmare." 

Anne Haynes 

"Annie Roonie" 

Swimming, skating, dancing, reading. 

Rorert David Hecht 
"Bob" 

Spanish Club, Bain Literary Society, De- 
bating Team ; debater, fencer, reader. 

Roger Albert Hedgbeth 
'Jossie" 

Astronomical Society, Bain Literary So- 
ciety, Science Club ; "Organizer Badge," 
druggist, jack of all trades. 

Ethel Heiffer 

Science Club, Maury Literary Society ; 
good student, private secretary, wants 
her own stenographer. 

Mabel Marjorie Heii.ig 
"Margie" 

Boxing bouts, sweaters, ice cream. 



Jerome Jay H elprin 
Sailing, semi-classical mu^ic, surf. 

Mary Catherine Henson 
"Mickey" 

H.S.S.C. ; sport clothes, tennis, gardenias. 



Collins Hill 

"Cony" 
Annapolis, baseball, driving automobiles. 

Jean Nottingham Hill 

H.S.S.C, Club Etiquette; Hal Kemp, 
gardenias, Yardley's products. 






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Edwin Thomas Hitt 
"Ave Maria," white shirts, green sweat- 



Frances Lee Hodges 

'■Polly" 
Hypatia Mathematics Society, Latin 
Cluh ; chow mein, moonlight on the wa- 
ter, caramel pies. 

Bertha Rebecca Hoffman 
"Bert" 

Stenography, desks and typewriters, 
comptometer. 

Mervin Mitchell Hoffman 
"Buddy" 
Bain Literary Society ; University of 
Maryland, Benny Goodman, football. 

Meredith Harrison Holland 
"Red" 
Hammer and Plane, bright leather jack- 
ets, "Stepin Fetchit." 

Esther Ruth Hollomon 
"Ruthie" 

Blue eyes, pianist, success. 



Ethel Montague Hollomon 
"Sis" 

Oldsmobiles, blue, Shalimar. 

Mary Ann Holm 

Glee Club, Hypatia Mathematics Socie- 
ty, Maury Literary Society, French 
Club, H.S.S.C. ; sweetness, rowing, talk- 
ing. 

Leland Lake Holmes, Jr. 

Football Team, Track ; tackle, sailboats, 
Naval Academy. 

Eleanor Ann Hoosack 

French Club, H.S.S.C, Dramatic Club, 
Hypatia Mathematics Society, Staff of 
"Commodore"; efficient in everything, a 
new coiffure every day, "The Promise of 
Tomorrow." 



Edward Louise Hoppe 

Maury News; good books sports manag- 
er, never to be found. 



Grace Anne Hosford 

French Club, Dramatic Club; horse- 
woman, dance steps, long trails. 






JUNK 

Harry Weaver Hosford 
"Bud" 
Engineer, Communitj League, basketball 
games. 

Jean Morriss Howard 
"Slim" 
Club Etiquette; charm bracelets, An- 
gora cats, Hilton Village. 

Meredith Clyde Hunt 
"Buck" 

Glass of fashion, gentleman, future engi- 
neer. 

Henry Blount Hunter, Jr. 
"Hank" 

Hi-Y, Junior Red Cross, Cannon Math- 
ematics Club; tall stories, Chapel Hill, 
the chocolate king. 

Vivian Mulliner Jackson 

Maury Literary Society, Chess Club, 
Club Etiquette; smooth ^ailing, Betty 
Co-ed, ends. 

John Wilbur Jacocks 

Not very studious, girls are his weak- 
ness, baseball demon. 



William Jaffe 
"Bill" 
A bov interested in playing three kinds 
of ball, a swimmer. 

Elizabeth Jeannette Jakeman 

H.S.S.C., French Club; books, the cine- 
ma, sports. 



Dorcas Alice James 
"Jimmie" 

H.S.S.C., Astronomy Club; chemistry 
prize, problems, waterworks. 

Martha Seable James 
Artist, skating, sleep. 



Frances Lucinda Jarvis 

" I' rankle" 
H.S.S.C., Hvpatia Mathematics Society, 
French Club; Virgil, chevaux, school 
spirit. 

Richard Martin Jarvis 
"Dick" 

Maury Chorus; a huntsman, a fisher- 
man, a music lover. 






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Shirley Jelaza 

Latin Club, Club Etiquette, Spanish 
Club ; intellectual, Richmond, Social 
Service Work. 

William Lester Jennette 
"Les" 

Football; likes to be alone, brown, ma- 
chinist. 



Adrienne Elizabeth Johnson 

" Rennie" 

Sophistication, dress designing, vim. 

Elmo Keeling Johnson 

Major-General, Maury Regatta, "Be- 
yond Sing the Woods." 



Lillian Elizabeth Johnson 
"Feet" 
Maury Literary Society, Club Etiquette; 
skating rinks, violets, Eddie Duchin. 

Virginia Earle Johnson 

"Ginny" 

A ready friend, cheerful, quiet. 



Allen Talmadge Jones 

" Boney" 

Hayrides, persistence, patience. 

Ashley Bernice Jones 

Sports, planting Mowers, chewing gum. 



Catherine Jones 

French Club, Cheerleader; sports, cheers, 
vivacious. 

Dorothy Louise Jones 
"Dot" 

Well liked, Charley McCarthy, love of 
art. 



Elizabeth Clara Jones 

"Bette" 
H.S.S.C. ; department store buyer, ca- 
pable assistant to the administration. 

Harry Tudor Jones, Jr. 

Hi-Y, Spanish Club; public speaking,, 
wavy hair, petitions. 




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Zebulon Vance Jones, Jr. 
"Wimp" 
Follow in father's footsteps, medicine. 
ushering. 

[rving Epes Jordan 
"Chuck" 

Developing pictures, tennis, dance-. 

Dorothy Kahn 

Baby blue coupes, snow on a wintry day, 
golf clubs. 

COX STA NT] n !■: Kar nezis 

"(J us" 
Spanish Club; "We build the ladder by 
which we rise." the gentleman grappler, 
photography. 

James Angelos Karnezis 
'Jimmy" 

Football, Latin Club ; radios, ushering, 
striped socks. 

Sylvia Katz 
"Kitty" 

Science Club ; swimming pools, dances, 
debates. 




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"P. A." 

Football ; radio electrician, Richmond, 
ice cream cones. 

Mary Lee Keenan 

Maury Literary Society. H.S.S.C. ; any- 
one on the air, sports of all kinds, danc- 
ing. 

Katherine Clark Kerns 
"Kitty" 

Cheering Squad, Dramatic Club; yelling, 
smiles, Randolph- Macon. 

Theodore Andrew Ketsules 

"Ted" 

Neatness, theatre, loafing. 



Thelma Renee Keyver 

Journals, blue, tete-a-tetes. 

Cornelia Susan Knighton 
"Connie ' 

Editorials, quiet, good nature. 



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Gertrude Florence Kramer 

" Trudy" 
French Club, "Maury News," Maury 
Literary Society; trips and travel, Cali- 
fornia, shoes. 

Charles Shaw Laird 
"Charlie" 
Chess Club, Maury Minstrels; joker, 
engineering, endman. 

Winston Siebert Lane 
"Sloppy" 

Baseball ; big leagues, baseball diamond, 
cage. 

William Otto Larkin, Jr. 

"Big Foot" 

Quiet, enjoys all sports. 

Linwood Ray Larsen 
"Duke" 
Tarred rope and portholes, dorsal fins 
and brine. 

Anne Elizabeth Lassiter 

French Club, H.S.S.C., Dramatic Club, 
Latin Club, Club Etiquette ; friends, 
Smith and Welton, "Are we going to 
have a test?" 

Dorothy Mae Lawrence 
"Dot" 

H.S. S.C. ; green Chevrolets, Chase 
Mints, French, tennis. 

Eugene Claude Leach 
" Deanie" 
Maury News; brief case, pictures, prac- 
tical joker. 



Hubert Kerr Lee, Jr. 
"Deep Purple," rain on tin roofs, drafts- 



Mary Belle Lee 

"Honey Chile" 

Sketching, New York, "Vogue. 



Mary Catlin Lee 
"Alary Lee' 
Dance week-ends, Surf Club, cheese pop- 
corn. 

ThelmaLegum 
" Cissie" 
"Maury News;" honor reports, swing 
bands, secretarial work. 









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John ( Iuerrant Lemon 

'Jack" 

Spanish Club, Hunting and Fishing 

Club; nature, music, basketball. 

Sylvia S \r \ Lerman 

Screen star photos, comptometer, ambi- 
tion. 



Barbara Jane Lew is 

"Dimples" 

Likes to cook, knitting, friendly. 

Jean Powers Lewis 
Buggs 

French Club, Dramatic Club ; olives, 
"White Heat," Ella Fitzgerald. 



Richard Warren Lieban 

"Dick" 

"Maury News," Quill and Scroll, Chess 

Club ; commentator, newspapers, sports 

columns. 

Arnold Hugo Lindblad 
"Tubby" 

Hunting and Fishing C 1 u b ; Federal 
Game Warden, hunting, fishing. 

Claudia Elizabeth Llewellyn 

H.S.S.C., Girls' Monogram Club; shoot- 
ing, bright fingernail polish, horseback 
riding. 

Elizabeth Irma Lyons 
"Betty" 
Latin Club, H.S.S.C. ; summer clothes, 
brown wavy hair, smiles. 

George Brice Maccubbin 
"Mm " 
Printing, dancing, governmental service, 
acting. 

James Barbour Macon II 
"Jimmy" 

Basketball ; collecting sport pages, fried 
chicken, baseball, a perfect gentleman. 

Mary Scott Robertson MacQuibben 

"May" 
Hypatia Mathematics Society, Dramatic 
Club, French Club; "Her talents were 
more of the silent class," baggy oxer- 
coats, composition. 

Jacqueline Hope Madden 
"Jackie" 
Hypatia Mathematics Society, Latin 
Club, Maury Chorus, Dramatic Club; 
Buicks, affection, animation, trips to 
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Martha Louise Mahoney 

"Tweed" perfume, potato chips, good 
records. 

Patricia Jean Manning 
"Pat" 

"Gee," chow mein, bowling. 



Marjorie Lee March 
"Margie" 

Sporting, hockey, "Eh what!" 

Rose Mary Margiotta 
H.S.S.C. ; pink, Greta Garbo, candy. 



Aline Downing Markland 
"Leanie" 
"That's what I told "em," theater stubs, 
Duke. 

Fay Martin 

French C 1 u b ; collecting records, day- 
dreaming, fan mail. 



Roy Butler Martin, Jr. 
Spanish Club ; El caballero sonoriente. 

Cynthia Jewell Mason 

Club Etiquette, Glee Club, Hypatia 
Mathematics Society, H.S.S.C, French 
Club ; Social Service Work, books, ran- 



Irene Louise Mason 
"Lady" 
Junior Red Cross, Maury Chorus; ex- 
pressive, cooperative, people, conversa- 
tion. 

Philip Xavier Mason 
Likes to swim in lakes, very quiet, golf. 



Margaret Louise Mays 

" Mazie 
Maury Chorus; gardenias, piano, spa- 
ghetti. 

Richard Edward McCarthy 
"Paddy" 
Golf Team ; down the fairway, Paul 
Muni, dark curlv hair. 





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Jane Elizabeth McConville 
"iJerf" 
Maury Chorus; bronze enhelmeted, ad- 
mirable qualities, eagerness for anything. 

Mary Louise McCormick 
Many friends, dancing, North Carolina. 



Thomas Mitchell McCormick 
" Tommy" 

Bookkeeping, sports fan, football. 

Aileen Josephine McCoy 

Maury football games, sugar buns, sec- 
retary 



William Thomas McDonald 
"Bill" 
Maury Chorus, Maury Band, Orches- 
tra; French Horn, musically inclined. 



William Patrick McGrattan 
"Bill" 

Ambition, keen mind, philaletics. 

George Marshall McKenzie 
Sails, rod and reel, hunting trips. 

Mary Anna Mearig 
'M'anna" 
H.S.S.C., Maury Chorus, French Club, 
Junior Red Cross, Hypatia Mathemat- 
ics Society; Norfolk Division, eyes of 
brown songs. 

Norman Mick, Jr. 
"Mick" 
Band and Orchestra, Minstrels; comic, 
musical arrangements, helping hand. 

Charles Hilbun Middleton 
"Charlie" 

Science Club, Spanish Club ; automo- 
biles, records, agricultural chemist. 




Edward Dadmln Midgette 
"Ed" 

"Meet the Count," walking stick, tug 
boats in the harbor. 

Betty Jane Miller 
"Betts" 
H.S.S.C. ; nursing, sense of humor, gilt 
mirror, a Scotty. 



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James Winston Miller 
Babe Ruth, ;i new job, cargoes. 

Patricia Gresham Miller 

"Patsy" 

Crowds, beach sandals, luncheons. 



Marie Virginia Minor 

"Cotton Top" 
Theaters, nursing, blue. 

Warren Gwynn Mitchell 
Rifles, woods, streams. 



Evelyn Elizabeth Moore 
"Lynn" 

Maury Chorus; songs, dances, tailored 
suits. 

Hattie Mae Moore 
Limeades, fine things of life, knitting. 



Irma Meads Moore 
Dance sponsor, proms, streamers. 

Ruth Evelyn Moore 

Maury Chorus, Glee C 1 u b , Hypatia 
Mathematics Society; problems, specta- 
torial football, Maury's halls. 



Nina Elizabeth Moorehead 

"Betty" 

H.S.S.C., Art Guild ; canvas, books, 

Army-Navy football game. 

Mary Eugenia Morris 
"Ge ne" 
H.S.S.C. ; animal crackers, suckers, dark 
curly hair. 



Gladys Mae Mosier 
Evening in Pan's, skating, Nelson Eddy. 

Granval Berkeley Moulthrop 

"Runt" 

Printshop, sleep, beaches. 





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Mary Frances Mundy 

' Basquerie" 

\\ hitman's Sampler, mahogan) tables. 

Cai harine Lloyd Murray 
Bridge games, golf, silence is golden. 



Mary Lucille Murray 
"Cile" 
Glee Club; trombone players, pooches, 
skirts and sweaters. 

Thaddeus Spiers Murray 
Social service, sleep, fellowship. 



Archer Allan Muse, Jr. 

" // if Johnny" 
President, Cannon Mathematics Club, 
Hi-Y ; another Archimedes. 

Ruth May Nagle 

H.S.S.C, Spanish Club; shyness, V.P.I. , 
chemistry. 



Dorothy Aloise New 
"Dot" 
Enjoys sports, stars in English class, typ- 
ing. 

Laura Robertson Newby 
"Lollie" 

Tropical islands, voice training, poetry. 



Doris Lockburn Nichols 
Skates, swim suits, skiis. 

William Burton Nichols 

"Nick" 
Dates, automobiles, dances. 



Doris Rose Noble 
"Dot" 
Willowy blondness, neat, a quietness that 
is interesting. 

Robert James Noble 
French, red sweaters, jokes. 



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Claude Stuart Nock, Jr. 

Hi-^l , Maury Chorus, Junior Red Cross; 
classical and semi-classical music, audi- 
torium programs, red hair. 

Claude Vernon Norman 

"Goon" 
Hi-Y; loves to sleep, chairman, picnic. 



George Foraker Norman 

"Chirk Gable" 

Sailing, movies, football. 

Jean Amelia Norris 
"Skipper" 
Maury Chorus. H.S.S.C ; with a song 
in her heart, friendliness. 



John Allen North ington 
Good books, athletics, football games. 

Robert Butler Nowitzky 

Lyrics by Johnny Mercer, golf, Mickey 
Rooney. 



Morris Odessky 
"Ethie" 

Accountant, ambition, Jim Londos 

Patricia Oliver Ottley 
"Patsy" 
Dramatic Club; obliging, never to of- 
fend, attractiveness. 



Richard Earl Outten 
"Dick" 

Dogs, baseball, reading. 

Harold Sterling Overstreet 

"Play Boy" 

A golfer, a traveler, a swimmer. 



Eunice Lorraine Owen 
"Oscar" 
H.S.S.C; chocolate ice cream, wit, bas- 
ketball. 

Richard Clement Owen 
"Dick" 

Cannon Mathematics Club, Hi-Y; re- 
served, cherchez la femme. cartoons. 






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"Bobby" 
"Mathematics make men subtle," stocks 
and bonds, doin 1 the jive. 

Blanche Mi rial Padgett 

"Duke" 
Cheesenabs, tweed, swimming. 



George Williford Padgett 
"Smoky" 
Royal blue, drafting engineer, tearing 
apart and putting together radios. 

1 1 ii. da J i:a\ n ette Padgett 
Bedford, doctor's wife, activity. 



Aline Moring Page 

French Club; Navv Blue and Gold, 
Madison Square Garden Horseshow, 
"Tinnie." 

Edward Steven Palasthy 
"Eddie" 

Shortstop, celluloid sphere and sand- 
paper bat, living a normal life. 

Anthony Pan ell a 
"Tony" 
Green trousers, swimming, Carole Lom- 
bard. 

Kathleen Marie Parlette 
"Kitty" 
H.S.S.C. ; culottes and slacks, "Evening 
in Paris," roses. 

Amba Louise Parsons 
" Amble" 
M a u r y Literary Society, H. S. S. C, 
"Maury News"; newspaper articles, in- 
terviews, arguing. 

Bi-l'i.aii Virginia Parsons 
"Bula" 
H.S.S.C, Spanish Club ; swimming, 
"Oh, murder," social service. 

Rosa Pauline Pater 
"Rosie 

Gridiron heroes, Donald Duck, choco- 
late ice cream. 

Edwina Josephine Patin 
"Wyna" 

Latin, music, blondes, Ronald Coleman, 
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Joseph Patterson, Jr. 

"Joe" 

Maury Band, Orchestra; quartets, bass 
fiddle, common sense. 

William Howard Patterson 
"Pat" 
M a u r y Band ; thoughtfulness, enjoys 
himself, chemistry. 



William Robert Perkins 

"Bill" 

University of North Carolina, house- 
parties, aviation. 

John Francis Peterson 

"Pete" 

Lizzie, eager, Madison Ward. 

Joan Anne Petterson 
"Joanie" 

H.S.S.C., Girls' Monogram Club; trav- 
eling, skating, dancing. 

Henry Orlin Pe/./.ella 

"Clark Gable" 
Football, Baseball, Basketball ; Certified 
Public Accountant, sports, Tommy Dor- 
set's orchestra. 




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"Little Pezzella" 

Baseball, music, football. 

Edwin Andrew Phelps, Jr. 
"Wrinkle" 

A working man, movies, sailing 



Nolan Ortan Phipps 
Golf Team; trucking, girls, automobiles. 

Ellen Montgomery Phlegar 
Randolph-Macon, voice, legends. 



Robert Urquhart Pitt 

Jokes, pranks, good disposition. 

Callis Woodson Pollard, Jr. 
"Pete" 

Taking candid camera ^hots, curb serv- 
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Pearl Betty Pope 

Maurj I.itcran Societ) ; serenity, philo- 
sophical ; .Vs. 

Norma Emily Porter 

Oysters, parties, watching football prac- 
tice. 



Doris Rockwell Post 
Beer jackets. Errol Flynn. gardenias. 

Carol Whidbee Powell 
"11 himpy" 
Manager, Football, Track, Basketball; 
short jackets, red Zephyr, activity. 



Frances Elizabeth Powell 

"San kit " 
Retail Selling Club, HyDatia Math- 
ematics Society, H.S.S.C., Cheering 
Squad ; hot fudge sundaes, baseball, 
dancing. 

MaryCathryne Powell 
"Shorty" 

Skates, books. "Deep Purple." 



.Mildred Camilla Powell 
"Millie" 

Chocolate ice cream, having fun, hates 
exams. 

Frances Carrie Powers 
"1 ranky" 

The cinema, mu-ic. terpischore. 



Betty Braxton Preston 
"Betty Brax" 

French Club. Latin Club, Dramatic 
Club; Chinese checkers, fruit cake, un- 
usual jewelry. 

Edwin Page Preston 
"Pagie" 
Mathematics, V.M.I., football. 



Gordon Gratiot Price 
Dates, pranks, sailboats. 

Lois Gwendolyn Pritchard 

Dramatic Club ; dietetics, aquatic advo- 
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Katherine Vera Prosch 
Kay 

Retail Selling Club ; dancing, conversa- 
tion. 

William Earnest Pully, Jr. 
Peace, relaxation, football. 



Kenneth Eugene Pyles 
Winchester, forestry, "Betsy." 

Stephen Edward Quinlan, Jr. 

Tennis courts, foreign harbors, happy 
landing! 



Helen Jeannette Rawi. 
"Jo" 
Maury Literary Society; track from the 
sidelines, strictly '■•port, "Shucks!" 

William Albert Redfern III 
"Billy" 
Cannon Mathematics Club, Hi-Y, Dra- 
matic Club, Manager of Tennis Team; 
genial, desire for wealth, loquacious. 

Elizabeth Cofer Reed 
"Bill" 

French Club, H.S.S.C., Cheering Squad, 
Junior Red Cross; rah-rahs, interior dec- 
orating, daffodils, camp. 

Selma Shirley Rekonty 
"Trjnnie" 
Science Club, Maury Literary Society; 
civil service, World's Fair, all sports. 

John Chester Richards, Jr. 
"J C" 
Maury Chorus, Minstrels; nasal "A" in 
French, medicine, happiness. 

Martyn Edward Richardson 

"Mike" 

Bain Literary Society, Astronomy Club, 

Assistant Manager of Tennis Team ; 

candid camera, physics, racquets. 



.Mary Elizabeth Richardson 
"Bibith" 

A reader, dancing, movies. 

June Elizabeth Rider 
H.S.S.C. ; lots of fun, peanuts, reading. 




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David Wii:i : ii-.i.u I-'"..\n 

Model airplanes, artistic, \ a'l'iitinf pu>- 
gram. 

Sarah Ann Rob:::< is 

"Shorty" 

Literature, bowling, dancing 

Catherine Marie Robinette 
"Kay" 

Hunting, Fats Waller, nursing 

Clarence Lewis Robinson, Jr. 
"Bobby" 

French Club, Latin Club, Astronomical 
Society; a gentleman in every respect, 
loud colors, skeet-shooting. 



Hunter Frank Robinson 
Connie Mack, bear hunt, airplane models. 

William Henry Romm 

"Bill" 

Hi-Y; limelight, hunting clothes, touch- 
downs. 



David Rose 
"Rosie" 

French Club, "Maury News" ; always 
running around, papers, comedian. 

Elliot Rosen baum 
"Rosie" 
Black bass, Holland tunnel, adding ma- 
chine. 



Julius Harry Rubin 

Basketball ; atom-smasher, Hunt and 
Panella, high scorer. 

Robert Shelburne Ruddick, Jr. 
"Mickey" 

Sailing, beach, tramp steamers. 



Ethel Prince Rum felt 

Energetic, New Jersey dude ranch, 
swims. 

Edna Barbara Rybel 

Traveling, California, motion pictures. 






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James Binford Sadler, Jr. 

"Jimtnie" 

Const Guard, sailing, food connoisseur. 

ROBERT SaLZBERG 

"Bobby" 

Band, Orchestra; likes to play in a 
dance orchestra, letters to the editor, 
school spirit. 

Kathleen Virginia Sams 

"Kitty" 

French Club, H.S.S.C, Club Etiquette; 

evening dresses, Carmen, c h o c o 1 a t e 

doughnuts. 

Elvin Harvey Santos 
"Giggles" 

H. S. S. C, Latin Club, Spanish Club, 
Maury Literary Society; debates and 
public speeches, neatness, tapering fin- 
gers. 

Ella Saunders 

Bowling dancing, horseback riding, 
swimming. 

Helen Edna Saunders 
An ardent book fan, travel, movies. 



Manuel Benjamin Saunders 
"Ben" 
Bain Literary Society; class wit, mush- 
room soup, baseball. 

Robert Harry Saunders 
"Bob" 

Bain Literary Society; good worker. 

Cary Linthicum Savage 

Hi-Y Dramatic Club; track a wander- 
ing minstrel-man, "In the Spring a young 
man's fancy . . ." 

Frances Norvell Sawyer 

" Frankie" 

French Club ; friendships well-placed, 

songs styled Blue Barron's way, Loret- 

ta Young. 



Lila Ruth Sawyer 
Photography, chocolate pie, skating. 

Lucine Elizabeth Schmitz 
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Mildred Allene Schoonmaker 

"Millie" 

Honor student, full of fun, anything for 
;i good time. 

Anne Warren Schuler 

Nothing too trivial, eager to learn, Ran- 
dolph-Macon. 



Harriett Ann Scott 

"Boots" 
Band music, wants to circle the globe, 
gardenias. 



John Raymond Sears, Jr. 

Hi-Y; business administration, Esquire, 
mould of fashion. 



Sheila Lee Seawell 

H.S.S.C., "Commodore" Staff, Latin 
Club, Hypatia Mathematics Society ; 
typewriters, brown eyes, smiles. 

Margaret Gertrude Seeley 
"Seeley" 
"Commodore" Staff ; bowling, typing. 



Martin Seidman 
"Seidie" 
Hot buns and doughnuts, curl y hair, 
airplanes. 

Minnie Leigh Seligman 
"Mitzi" 
French Club, Maury Chorus; likes to 
receive letters, dancing, skating. 



Emil Albert Serlich, Jr. 

Football Team, Monogram Club ; Olds- 
mobiles, humor, Chesapeake Beach. 

Lola Mae Seymore 
Sweetie" 
Pretty clothes, wishes to sing with an 
orchestra. 



Catharine Virginia Shane 

"Kitty" 

H.S.S.C ; high heels, dogs, orchids, 
"Tommie." 

Muriel Shapiro 

Hypatia Mathematics Society, Club Eti- 
quette, .Maury Literary Society; social 
service work, tactfulness, seriousness, 




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Dorothy Mary Sheil 

"Dots" 

Maury Literary Society, H.S.S.C, Art 

Editor, "Commodore" ; canvas a n d 

brush, the seas, butterscotch sundaes. 

Leota Carol Sherman 
The cinema, shorthand, tired feet. 



Shelton Hume Shipley 

"Tonie" 
Camping, solitude, study. 

Arthur Bernard Siegel 

General Electric, Storm King Highway, 
politics. 



James Theadore Simmons 
'Jimmie" 

"And bashful was this Romeo," dentistry, 
sports. 

Sarah Frances Simpson 
"Frankie 

"Stardust," horseback riding, tennis. 



Wilson Farant Skinner 
"Buddy" 

Chemist, chocolate pie, track. 

Edwin Benjamin Small 

"Eddie" 

Bicycles, photography, retiring manner. 



Dorothy Ann Smith 
" Dot tie Ann" 
Fineapple ice cream, learning to dive, 
being a jitterbug. 

Patricia Aeleisia Smith 
Scavenger hunts, sand hills, rat terrier. 



Virginia Hope Smith 
"Gi/uiy" 
Club Etiquette; Pinecrest, "Stardust," 
yachting. 

Lucy Howell Spencer 
•Lu" 
Glee Club, Hypatia Mathematics Socie- 
ty, H.S.S.C, Chorus; curly hair, lead- 
ership, melody. 





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Walter Carl Spencer, Jr. 

"Golden Lurks" 

Football ; big business, swing music. 

.Mary Jane Stafford 
'Goof us" 

Flash Gordon, painting, walking with no 
purpose. 



Derrick Herman Stassfort 

Keenly penetrating, vigorous intellectu- 
ally, indolent physically. 



Evelyn Elizabeth Stawls 

H.S.S.C. ; chocolate sundaes, Kay Kyser, 
motion picture advocate. 



Thomas Herman Stein 

" Turn" 

Blue, swimming, basketball. 

Veronica Anna Stein 

"Ronnie" 

Nursing, tennis, soft colors. 



Joseph Edward Stephenson, Jr. 

"Ed" 

Horses, carnivals, football. 

Katherine Coman Sterling 
" Tootsie" 

Pretty shoes, bowling, efficient business 
woman. 



Virginia Ross Stiles 
"Gin" 

French Club; many friends, gay, natural, 
artistic ability, V.M.I. 

George Ellis Stokes, Jr. 
"Stokie" 
Hi-Y ; old furniture, bright ties and 
socks, William and Man. 



Guy Holden Stoutenburgh 
"ff'ahoo" 

Story writing, lemon pie, raising pigeons. 

Juliette Strole 
"Julie" 

Sunday afternoons, chewing gum, V.M. 
I., knitting. 



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Horse ranch, nurse, movies. 

Charles Ware Sugg 
"Suggie' 

He enjoys going to dances, People's drug 
store, baseball. 



Quenten Roosevelt Summitt 
"Ted" 
Bain Literary Society, Science Club, 
Chess Club, Maury Bowling Team; pho- 
tography, reading, entomology. 

William Aubrey Suter 
"Bill" 

"He floats through the air with the great- 
est of ease." Track Team. 

Helen Naoma Swain 

Good movies, rhythm of the rhumba, 
shorthand trouble. 

Katherine LoisSykes 
"Kitty" 
H.S.S.C. ; sleep, listening to the radio, 
collecting pictures. 



Vivian Louise Talbott 
"Vee" 
Playing the piano, horseback riding, danc- 
ing. 

Frances Margaret Tarrant 

"Fran " 
Secretary, pleasant, football fan. 



Arthur Fayssoux Taylor 
Quiet, business man, studious. 

Courtney Louise Taylor 

French Club ; tailored clothes, a blue 
Ford, bowling. 



Duane Leroy Taylor, Jr. 

"Brain" 

Week-end dances, cameras, corduroy 

pants, Romeo, "Treasure Island," Van- 

derbilt cup races. 

Jean Elizabeth Taylor 
H.S.S.C. ; sketching, sundaes, badminton. 




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Robert Merrell Taylor 
"Piggy" 
Intelligent, piano quartets, contests. 

Frank Aaron Terpenning 

"Pro" 

Pianos, lectures, portraits of his friends. 



Erma Lee Thomas 

" Tom mie" 
Maury Chorus, Glee Club; radio oper- 
atic aspirations, jolliness, deliberate. 

Vincent Johns Thomas 
" / ince" 
Hi-Y, Cannon Mathematics Club, Ten- 
nis, Basketball; public speeches. 



Delena Katherine Thompson 
"Kitty" 
Yellow roadster, weenies and marshmal- 
lows, good company. 

Gilbert Samuel Thorne 

Flemish rabbits, N. C. barbecue, "Snow- 
White." 



Richard Ellsworth Thornton 
"Dick" 
"Yanks n' Giants," "Forward Pass," 
barbecue. 

Mary Elizabeth Timberlake 

"Sis" 

Club Etiquette, Maury Literary Socie- 
ty ; nursing, box office, afternoon fittings. 



Mary Winifred Tingle 

"Terry" 
Poetry collecting, blue eyes, fun-loving. 



Morris Solomon Tischler 

Bain Literary Society, Maury News, 
Quill and Scroll, Che^s Club; flowers, 
debates. 



Herman Keith Toler 
"Pete" 

Tennis and all summer sports, beaches, 



Beverley Osborne Traylor 
"Bev" 
Maun Band ; trumpets, sport spectator, 
food. 






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Ruth Ada Tupper 
"Ruthie" 

Latin Club, Dramatic Club, Junior Red 
Cross, French Club; seriousness, lettuce 
and tomato sandwiches, jitterbug jackets. 

Anelu Tweedy 
" Tweedy" 
Outdoor girl, wants to circle the globe, 
Tommy Dorsey fan. 

Clarence Irvin Underwood 
"Pro" 

Golf Team ; professional golfer, pretty 
girls, chewing gum. 

Mary Francis Urquhart 

Spanish Club, French Club; Chow dogs, 
Scotland, costume designing. 



Anne James Vanderberry 

Glee Club, Music Club, Club Etiquette, 
French Club; talkativeness, flutes, hu- 
mor. 

Lucelia McClain Van Patten 
"Lulu" 
Charm and beauty, laughing, picture col 
lecting. 



Norma Claire Vellines 

"Amy" 

Talent, music, bridge games. 

Ethel Vitsky 

"Et" 

World's Fair, bicycling, music. 



Clara Jeanette Vollmer 

H.S.S.C., Spanish Club; her ambition is 
to be a dietician ; blue, photography. 

Blanche Eleanor Wagner 

Drawing, fond of art, jewelry on her 
ankles. 



Hettie Marie Wahab 
"Speed" 
Monogram Club; baton twirling, foot- 
ball games, sundaes. 

Andrew Gwin Walker 

"Laddie" 

Maury Minstrels, "Maurv News," 

Bowling T earn; baseball, vocalizing, 

champion. 





JUNE 

1 1 elon May Wallace 
"Chubby" 

II. S. S. C, Orchestra; violins, mathe- 
matics, personality plus, leader, "Jeepers 
Creepers." 

Jane Franklin Waller 

French Club, H.S.S.C. ; red hair, over- 
looks nothing, sailing. 



Robert V. Watkins 
"Bob" 

Retailing, likes to swim, reading. 

Dorothy Elizabeth Webber 

"Dot" 

Blue Devils, likes to spend money, wants 



Shirley Weinberger 
"Hamburger" 
Club Etiquette, Glee Club, Maury Mu- 
sic Club, H.S.S.C; pastel shades, tennis, 
photography. 

Dorothy Ann Weisiger 
"Dot" 
Club Etiquette, French Club; eyes that 
sparkle, soft voice, pretty hair. 



Mildred Sylvia Weiss 
"Millie" 

French Club ; jovialness, sport clothes, 
bicycling. 

Raymond Nelson Weller 

"Ray" 

Chess Club ; stamps, reading, puns. 



Walter Thomas Weller 

"Humpy" 
Electricity, ice hockey, sails. 

Dorothy Paige West 
Reach, reading, sports. 



Clyde Edward Wetherington 

Hedy Lamarr, movies, "never give up the 
ship." 



Dorothy Wheeler 

"Dot" 

Latin Club, French Club; "There are 

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Alan Johnston White 

Tennis Team ; tall, dark n handsome, 
tennis courts, ex-mariner. 

Charlotte Frances White 
■■Ducky" 
Swims in summer, dances in winter, a 
private secretary-to-be. 

Countess Mae White 

H.S.S.C. ; roses are her favorite flowers, 
movies, secretary. 

June Willis White 

"June Bug" 

"Maury New-," Club Etiquette, H.S. 

S.C. ; Okie-Doke popcorn, dancing at 

Chesapeake Beach, types for the "News." 



Lorene Mescal White 
J' Little Bit" 
H.S.S.C. ; walking, "Mississippi," Ty- 
rone Power. 

Corry Lankford Whitehurst, Jr. 
"Lanky" 
Hi-Y, Maury Chorus, Glee Club; bi- 
cycles, beach life, brunettes. 



Needham Boddie Wiggins 

O'er the bounding waves, cruising, mer- 
chant marines. 



Mack Rudolph Wilcox 

Baseball, football, scouting. 



Caroline Wiley 
"Ca'line" 
Latin Club, "Maury News," H.S.S.C, 
Quill and Scroll ; carefree, Classical lan- 
guage, organization. 

Charles Sharp Willcox, Jr. 
"Charlie" 
Redhead, steak without onions, likes 
NOT to be alone, man-about-school. 



Peggy Lenore Wilker 

H.S.S.C, Club Etiquette, Spanish Club, 
Dramatic Club ; popularity, dancing, an- 
other jitterbug. 

Anne Claire Williams 

H.S.S.C, Maury Chorus; alto, modest, 
conscientious. 




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Earl Ray Williams 

"Muscle" 

Glee Club, Maury Minstrels, Maury 

Chorus; woman-hater, likes physics, 

track. 

Lucile Frances Williams 

Club Etiquette, Dramatic Cluh; beauty, 
dancing, moonlight. 

Margaret Ellen Williams 
"Peggy" 

Automobiles, Richard Himber, William 
and Alary. 

Mildred Belle Williams 
"Milly" 

H.S.S.C, Maury Minstrels; historical 
novels, chess, pianissimo. 



Spencer Benjamin Williams, Jr. 

"Spence " 

Radios, gas stations, Oak Grove Point. 

William Nelson Williams 
Acting, hunting, traveling. 



Dorothy Leigh Williamson 
"Dot" 

Hair bows, sweaters, roadsters. 

Roy Pritchard Williamson, Jr. 
World's Fair, an Airdale, Robinson Cru- 



William Arthur Winfree 
"// impy" 
Glee Club, Maury Music Club, Maury 
Minstrels; "Toy Trumpet," songs, foot- 
lights. 

Hyman Winn 

"Hy* 

Bain Literary Society; Broadway, play- 
wright, jovial, tenor. 



Richard Albert Winston, Jr. 
"Dick" 

Model airplanes, tennis, hunting. 

Edward Wallace Wolcott 

"Eddie" 

Hi-\ ; wishbones, smooth sailing, "His 
stvle shows the man." 







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" Kelt" 

Chic, subtle, attractive. 

Ruth Lee Woodhouse 

"Millie" 

Maury Chorus; songbird, neat, organ. 



John Welch Woods 
"Jack" 

Collecting odd names, fishing, fast auto- 
mobiles. 

Robert Skinner Woolard 

"Bob" 
Swimming, beaches, movies. 



Edgar Henry Woost 
"Woostie" 

Chess Club; swing and sway, "could be," 
red. 

Audrey Wise Worsham 

Dramatic Club; fig newtons, Saturday 
nights, cats. 



Beverley Kennon Wren 

"Rev" 

Bears, rifles, books. 

Artie Fulton Wright 
"Buck" 
Band, Orchestra; Descartes, band mas- 
ter, clarinet. 

Elizabeth Cage Wright 
"Lib" 

Latin Club; green, informal dances, dra- 



Roland Anderson Wright, Jr. 
"Buddy" 

Spanish Club, Chorus; shag, femmcs 
golf. 



Sylvia Yamalaki 
Solos, private secretary, full of fun. 

Mary Emilie Zuidema 

Girls' Monogram Club; long airplane 
trips, clear skie«, smooth landings. 









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Walton Del Alley 
"Del" 
Hunting and Fishing Club; Coast Guard 
cademy, sailing, dances. 

Roland Franklin Allgood 

"Chick" 

From office bov to president, depart- 
ment stores, movies. 



[rving E. Bartron, Jr. 
Travel, dancing, beaches. 

Frank. Linwood Beard 

Striped sweaters, discussion, movies. 



Preston Blake III 

Bain Literary Society, Chess Club ; pleas- 
ing personality, helpful student, g o o d 
listener. 



James Harold Blassingham, Jr. 

"Bunny" 
Dentist, motor and speed boats. 



Harry R. Bybee, Jr. 

"Doc" 

Clothes, swing music, boxing. 

Ruby Jane Calhoun 

Jannie" 

Spanish Club; Larry Clinton, scrap book, 
long drives. 



Warren Eugenia Carson 
"Jean'' 
Spanish Club, Science Club, H.S.S.C. ; 
friendly, fun-loving, loquacious. 

Roy Clifton Coley, Jr. 
" Twerp" 



Current events, bowling, movies. 



Shirley Mann Collins 
To the point, Duke, feminine. 

Homer Todd Cooke 

Navy, sleep, reading 



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I [oward Thomas Credle 
"Dick" 
Hooks, green sweaters, With Malice 
toward None." 

Eliza Je \n Crosswhite 
Jeannie" 
Chocolate pies, little white cottage, 
" Patches of Sunlight." 

Anabel Davis 

"Brownie" 

Eating, hetter late than never, red. 

Harvey Dickson 
"Dick" 

One no trump, a grand slam in hearts, 
physically active. 



George Thomas Drumwricht 
"School Boy" 

Bridges, open roadster. 

Alice Crump Folkes 

H. S. S. C, .Music Club; swing music, 
dancing, beaches. 



Junius H. Fulcher 
"Butch" 

Hunting and Fishing Club, Astronomi- 
cal Society ; his pet hate is face paint. 
South Sea Elands, mustaches. 

Philip Amedeve Germano 

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Gallant, blue, humor. 



Jaquelin Meredith Gerow 

"Squcr" 

Culbertson, Edgar Allan Poe, grand 
slams. 

Elwood Marvin Grant 
' Snookie" 

Electricity, hunting. 



Ro\' Gray 

Touchdowns, cinder paths, "Wings in 
the Night." 



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Cecil M \i Gwin 
Beautician, skates, red. 

James Edward Heck 
"Eddie" 
Art Club, Dramatic Club; seeing motion 
pictures. 



Winton Lee Hendricks 

Grantland Rice, alarm clucks, micro- 
pin me. 

Louis Stephenson Hudgins 

"Louie" 
Singer, printing, drawing plans. 



Anna Mae Kight 

" A nil" 
Dancing, Doumar's steak sandwiches, 

basketball. 

Hilda Frances Kuck 
"Cookie" 
H.S.S.C., Dramatic Club: sport clothes 
secretarial work, tennis. 



Edith June Leighton 

Maurv Chorus; "To Celia," sweet ant 
friendly, active. 



Henry Garrett Luhring, Jr. 

Hi-Y, Football ; automobiles, good na- 
ture, parties. 



Mildred Marshall 

Scrap book of partv favors, water-lilies 
in June, blue hair ribbons. 



Jane Martin 
Club Etiquette; tennis, dancing, swim- 



Bobby Moore 
The first tee, tan sweaters, sports page. 

Katherine Margaret Morris 
"Kitty" 

Blue, swimming, swing music. 






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Joseph Herbert Norton 
"Slim" 
Draftsman, sheet metal worker, swim- 
ming. 

Helen Virginia O'Neal 

"Tiny" 
Dislikes books, arguments, dancing. 

Christian Charles Petersen 
"Chris" 

Hi-Y; June week, practice cruises, gold 
braid. 

Irene Stewart Phelps 
"Rene" 

Interesting novels, beach sandals, Irish 
lace, summer picnic. 



Clarence Alfred Phields 
Maury Minstrels; cherry ice cream 



blackface, baseball. 



Cinda Lou Powell 

Cardigans, fudge cake, "look-out. 



Herbert Cromwell Powexs 
"Bert" 

Retail Selling Club; salesman, E. I. Du- 
Pont Company, baseball. 

Donald Pusey 
"Duck" 

Hunting, World Series. 



Harry Lloyd Richter 
'Meanie" 

Automobiles, big business, bright lights. 

May Ellison Robertson 
Smile-, sweet d sposition, music practice. 



Burnley Lankford Rudiger 

Eootball Team, Baseball T e a m ; Lou 
Gehrig, Maury letters, "Rising Thun- 
er. 

Mollie Irene San ford 
"Rente" 
Dramatic Club; low swung roadsters, 
antique silver, plays. 







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"Lester" 

'Simp," work, football. 



Melvin Lee Simms 

French Club; six man football, "Joe 
College," automobile liding. 



Newlon Sizemore 
"Sizie" 

Radio engineer, dots and dashes, "North 
to the Orient." 

Marjorie Ann Stakes 
Amy Lowell, blue skies, patterns 



Danny Harris Theodoris 
Country" 
Free airplane r i d es , horseshoe pit;her, 
track. 

Alma Theressa Tucker 

Scintillating personality, true brunette 
nice looking clothes 



James Littleton Walker 
"Jimmie 

Hunting, semi-swing, radios. 

Frances Aurelia Ward 
Frankie 

Humor, honeysuckle, starched curtains 



Caroline Virginia Webster 

"Stuff" 
H.S.S.C. ; tennis, golf, dancing. 

Warren Pinel White 
"Fig" 

Chewing gum, shooting, an equestrian. 



Irma .Mae Wilkins 
Shops, air-castles, best sellers. 

Glorta Belle Fickei. 

"Glo" 

Aviation, aviation, aviation. 




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DECEMBER 1938 

ASSEMBLY CAROLS: It Came Upon the Midnight Clear 

0. Little Town of Bethlehem 

CHOIR: Processional— O, Come All Ye Faithful 

Break Forth, O Beauteous Heavenly Light Bach 

Alleluia Traditional French 

The First Xoel French-English 

Lo, Hozv a Rose Ere Blooming Praetorius 

Son of Mary Diack 

Emitte Spiritum Tutim _. Schuetky 

PLAY: "The Saint" 

CHOIR: 

// hence, () Shepherd Maiden.' _ Canadian Folk 

The Sleep of the Child Jesus Gevaert 

Hark, Now, O Shepherds Moravian Melodj 

CHOIR: Recessional— Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 



CHRISTMAS PLAY: "THE SAINT" 
By A. Beatrice Knowles 

CHARACTERS 

Nicholas J h n Prince 

David __ Douglas Shuler 

The Wise men : 

Caspar John Upton 

Melchior Clifford Speros 

Balthazar Harvey Parker 

Lord High Chamberlain Gilbert Reveille 




King ____ Harry Jones 

Queen Betty Preston 

Lady-in-waiting Jean Outland 

English Mother Lois Pritchard 

Dutch Mother____ ...Dorothy Wheeler 

Italian Mother .. Nettie Durant 

Mother _____ ... Louise Whitehurst 

Incidental Music by the Maury Choir 



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"Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judaea, in the days of Herod 
behold, there came wise men from the East to Jerusalem. 



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"When they had heard the king, they departed, and lo, the star, which they saw 
in the East, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was." 

-Matthew 2:1,9, 

"The Saint" is a story of Nicholas — Giver of Gifts, of little David, and of the 
Wise Men who follow the star that heralds the coming of the Christchild. It is an 
appreciation of the true spirit of Christmas, as changes are effected in the thoughts and 
actions of others in the play. 

Nicholas, the owner of the gift shop, is timeless in age. He was here when the 
Wise Men first came. He is here when the Wise Men come again. People from all 
over the world come to buy gifts and to consult him about the choosing and giving of 
gifts. Nicholas gives and accepts nothing in return. His last gift is that of the little 
David whom he has befriended and for whom he finds a home. 

Nicholas is left alone with empty hands in an empty shop. The guiding star still 
shines brightly in the East. The Wise Men return and Nicholas goes with them to 
follow the star. 



The Christmas play was directed by Bernice Bradshaw and Erances Norsworthy, 
sponsors of the Maury Dramatic Club 

The Maury Choir was under the direction of Sena B. Wood 
Scenery: Maury Art Department 



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Top: Eleanor Hoosack, Mildred Schoonmaker, Jacqueline Duncan, Robert Saunders, Paid Kaufmann. 
Bottom: Barbara Lewis, Aileen McCoy, Evelyn Ficarro, Bunna Fay Godfrey, Vivian Talbott, 



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Top: Patricia Clark, Emma Grimstead, Emma Jean Calevas, Edward Gallegher, William Gatling. 
Bottom: Leslie Bobbitt, Ruth Collier, Irene Sanford, Philip Davis, Jaqueline Madden. 




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Ann Cruser 
2. Jean Bell 

Edward Wolcott 
3. Jacqueline Madden 
Virginius Stell 
4. lacqueline Duncan 
Paul Hart 
5. Frances Sawyer 
Cary Savage 
6. Dorothy Hansen 
William Williams 
7. Patricia Clark 
Hurley Butler 




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Laddie Wal 
Doris Hansen 
Morris Forbes 
10. Audrey Worsham 

Page Preston 
Frances Brooke 
James Macon 
Anna Banks 
George Guy 
Paul Kaufmann 
Mary Atkinson 
4. Mary Payne Baldwin 
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A Senior And. 1 lie JrlkotograplOLer 

I think the day that you're going to have your picture taken, that i>, if it falls on a 
school day, is like a daj in the mad house. 

It was March the lust, and I had jut made an arjpointment with the pho- 
tographer for the following dav at four o'clock. 1 immediately warn lend what I would 
have to do, how the photographer looked, and what kind of personality he had. 

After a very restless night 1 decided to get up and lio to school. Then 1 remem- 
bered that today was the day. What should 1 wear? 1 looked at m> watch. It was ten 
minutes after eight. It was too late to worry about what to put on, so 1 reached for 
the first thing I saw. 

I dressed as rabidly as pos ible, and started downstairs for breakfast. Hut 1 
found that I did not have a shirt on. Then 1 opened the drawer and scrambled for a 
shirt — green, blue, brown, plaids, checks, -tripes? But, still I was not satisfied. Ah! 
there it was, a white shirt. I ran downstairs to eat, and finished at twenty minutes to 
nine. 

Next, I ran upstairs to get a tie. What color goes we'l with a Ivown suit and 
white shirt? At first I was unable to find a tie that I liked, but later decided to wear 
a blue one with white stripes. I snatched the tie off the rack ; one, two, it was on. By 
the time I was halfway down the steps, I grabbed my books and ran a: fa t as possible 
for school. 

Now it was a matter of seconds; would I make it? I slammed the door to the 
school entrance, and ran up the steps two at a time. Down the hall, around the corner, 
and I had reached my home room. I opened the door, and to mv surprise the room was 
empty. Where was everybody? Between breathing spells, I looked at my watch. I had 
to look twice to he sure ! Yes, I was correct ; it was only eight-thirty. 

Bewildered, I sat down to ponder. Soon one of my friends arrived, and I told him 
of my predicament. "But, where are your tie pin and handkerchief?" he asked. 1 knew 
it! I just had to forget something! 

After reaching my destination, I went to the photographer's studio. It was only 
three-thirty, so I had to wait half an hour. Each tick of the clock brought me closer 
to my doom. Every second — was my tie straight? Was my hair parted neatly? Was my 
handkerchief folded correctly? My nerves were on edge. 

Then came a voice, "Mr. Gatling, we will be ready for you in three minutes." 
Each minute seemed longer than the other. The last three minutes before a man is 
executed are not so long as the three minutes I waited. 

Finally, after the torture, the photographer was ready. "Sit over here, please." 
He turned on a brilliant light and said, "Don't mind that ; you'll get used to it in a 
minute." In spite of this, tears were streaming down my cheeks. Then he said, "Turn 
your head just a little bit to the left." 

After a few ups and downs, to the left, and various awkward positions, he said, 
"That's it; now smile." Then he tinned me around, pinched my cheek, folded ni\ 
hands, and said, "That's it; now a nice big smile. Now let's try one like this. That's 
it ; now look at Hortense." ( Hortense was a small stuffed teddy bear sitting on the 
camera.) 

"I'm getting tired of sitting under this bright light. When are you going to take 
the pictures ?" I said. 

"I'm through ; you can get your proofs next week." 

I left the studio, dazed, trying to think when he took the picture. Then it came 
to me, — "That's it; now smilel" 

I knew that the pictures would be awful. One week later, I went back for the 
proofs, and to my surprise, they were surprisingly good. Today, when I look at the 
pictures they remind me of that session in the mad house. 

Whenever you go to have your picture taken, be sure to lay out your "trousseau" 
one week ahead of time. 

When the photographer says, "Now, look at Hortense," don't forget a nice, big 
smile. And so it's adieu until you see Hortense and her guardian. 

William Gatling. 



My JLasi C^arefree omimiirier 

A Page of Verse 

By MARY GWYNNE CAMPBELL 

(Winner of the Maury Award for Poetry) 



Behold my tracings in the sand 
Beside the sea, 

Before the surging tide steals in 
And makes a mockery of me. 



THE DAY I DIE 

The day I die 

The birds will sing 

And by my bed 

A burst of Spring 

Shall shower its fragrance 

On the air. 

On such a day 

I would not care. 



WIND 



I would not have peace, 

For the soul of me 

Is turbulent like the winds. 

But I would live, 
For there is passion in my veins 
Like the gale that blows from the north- 
ward sea. 

And I would love, 

For there is in my breast 

Something like the breeze that murmurs 

Landward through the palms. 

And I would contend 

With invincible forces, 

For something in me loves a fight 

Like the wind that struggles with the 

sea 
Writhing snakelike in horror 
At its own malefaction. 

I would know many men, 
And like the tropic calm 
1 hat loses its sweetness in lasting over- 
long, 
I would wander. 

And like the wind would I die — 
Moving surely, grandly to the last. 



ON ARMISTICE DAY, 1939 

Lav aside the tarnished sword 
And rattle not the hilt, 
Hide your banner victory-stained 
Lest it betray your guilt. 

. . . Or take your glory where it lies, 

Sprawled to earth, till your last son 
dies. 

Declaim your pride alone within 

The silent chambers of the dead. 

If this be yours, then take the crown 

And wear it dripping on your head! 



BARGAIN 



Then sell your sallow soul 

For meager gold, 

The stinted praise 

That comes from out reluctant lips, 

And never see the bare birch trees 

Or sunny still October days. 

So soothe your pallid pride 

With scented balm 

That yet inside 

The tuneless soul of you shall die 

And parching never know its need 

And never guess it was denied ! 

In the market place I sat, 

My wares upon my knee 

For all the throng to see 

As they came to barter there. 

I sold them all — save three: 

My song, my son, and thee, 

And the rose I wear twined in my 

hair. 
So I would it were with thee ! 



1 lie V ineville Jr©si£ Office 

(State Prize Story for 1039) 

At eight-thirt\ Shackle closed his detective magazine, lie rose slowly and began 
going through the huge mail bags that lay at his feet. 

The sun was just beginning to make patterns on the floor of the post office. As he 
looked through the morning mail, Shackle mumbled to himself, "Miss Richards, Mr. 
Carfield. Miss Hornly — from the way she talks, Hnrnblow would be better! Mr. and 
Mrs. Gilmore," and on down the list of names that represented the inhabitants of 
Vineville. 

'Wal, Mr. Chips, we got right smart mail today. Guess I better get it boxed 
'fore them folks come a callin' for it. ( )le man Adam; is still gettin' bills from the 
tailor that made his last suit of clothes fifteen years ago. Rich folks always squeezes 
their pennies. Yer know. Chips, I reckon that's why they got 'em to squeeze." 

This hit of philosophy had no evident effect on Chips. He yawned and wound his 
body in a circle of dark fur. Chips, after five years of hein^ the post office cat, bad 
grown accustomed to Postmaster Shackleford's observations and bits of philosophy. 
Shackle, as he was affectionately called, always told Chips about the mail that had come 
in during the night. Sometimes while he separated it and puffed his over-mellow pipe, 
he planned what he would do if one of the criminals whose pictures were on the bulletin 
board wa- suddenly to confront him. 

But this morning people started coming in early and Shackle's monologue was 
cut short. 

"Mornin', Mr. Thomas. Ain't seen you for quite a spell. Been sick I heerd. We 
old folks have a time, always ailin'. \ es sir, got two letters for you today. Sorrv to 
hear about your son's accident. Always said young folks shouldn't ou«;hter have free 
rein ; and fast cars, but I reckon you've had quite a time of it since the Missus died." 

Shackle paused and reached for another letter. 

"Here, you can take this to your daughter. It's from her young man in the city. 
One comes every day. Wal, so long." 

"Howdy-do, Mr. Adams. Got a bill for you today." 

Shackle's blue eyes twinkled merrily. "Been throwin' yer money away again? It's 
the third hill you've got in the past two years. Never mind gruntin' at me, Fred Adams. 
1 know, if that beard warn't cheaper than wearin ties, you'd have cut it off forty years 
ago!" 

Mr. Adams sputtered a couple of times, snatched bis bill, and banged out of the 
door. Shackle chuckled softly and winked at Mr. Bennet, who had witnessed the 
episode. 

"Yer know some day I'm goin' to make him mad!" 

After a brief investigation Shackle announced, "No, sir, Bennet, ain't got no 
mail for you today. Wal, don't feel too bad about it. Women folks are funny. They 
like to keep a fella danglin', and not w ritin' letters works wonders." 

He patted the young man's shoulder and added kindly, "Sure, Son, I know how 
you feel, but you've got to give her a little time. She's just startin' to make good and 
wants to be let alone for awhile." 

Just as he was leaving, Dr. Davis strode briskly in. 

"Hello, Doc! See you ain't dead yet. Jest don't take any of your own pills, and 
you'll be here quite a while. Yeah, got several letters for you this morn', but I can 
tell they ain't no money in 'em. Doc, win don't you start chargin' your patients? Yer 
heart's big as an aquarium, an' when it comes to money matters, yer head's just as 
water\." 

His tone changed, and he became serious. "Sure, Doc, I understand, but taint 
fair for folks to do you like that. Why, you've done this town more good than all the 
gover'ment projects put together. Folks just don't know." 



"Mornin', Miss Hornly. Here's yer letter. No, ma'am, don't know who it's 
from. I ain't curious like some folks.'' 

Shackle coughed significantly. "Wal, now that you mention it. Eddie Bennet 
was here awhile ago. Didn't sav anvthing about the mornin' nape>- — H-m-m-m-! It's 
a shame with him hein' so anxious. I do declare — yes — then what? Well!" 

During these last remarks Miss Hornlv had been rattliiv off n"\vs like an auto- 
matic press: "Mr. Bennet's L'irl friend had been married in New York and the an- 
nouncement was in the morning paper. Widder Bryant's daughter's run off with 
some half-witted college bov. lands a-Goshen ! The wealthy Mrs. McCowan, who 
was a newcomer to Vineville, had been indicted in an international jewelry theft. 
June Redford and James Kine, after ten vears of courting, was to be announced in 
church this next Sunday. And did Shackle know that Doc was calling at Granny 
Sims' house every day?" 

No, Shackle didn't know. As she turned to go, he called cheerily after her, 
"Good-bye. I'll let you know if I hear any news you don't." . . . Whew! — How that 
woman can talk !" 

The rotund postmaster ran his hand through his thin hair and was about to 
relax for a moment, when a blond cyclone in a blue linen dress whirled in. 

"Hi, Shacks! Swell day, hub? Where's my letter? You know you've worn a blue 
shirt and red suspenders ever since I can remember? Gosh, hurry, where's my Honey's 
missive ?" 

"My! Don't you ever run down, Jeanny? Your letter! Why, I gave it to your 
Pa and he . . ." 

"You did what?" Jean interrupted with a gasp. "Ho-ly Smokes! I'm sunk. The 
Honorable John Thomas told his only daughter — that's me — that if I ever communi- 
cated with that-that — well, never mind what he called him, — again, he'd confiscate 
my car and send me to Miss Primfloss or sumpin's school. Well, I guess I better start 
packing." 

Jean went sadly out of the post office. 

Shackle removed his gold-rimmed spectacles and rubbed his eves. "Chips, ever' 
time I run my hand in other folk's hollo' logs, I get caught in a trap." 

A soft voice spoke to him. "Any mail for Mrs. Johnson?" The owner of the 
voice went slowly towards the door when Shackle answered negatively. 

"Funny thing about her," he mused. "She used to get letters addressed to Miss 
Sanders from a Mr. Johnson who, accordin' to the different postmarks, did a lot of 
travelin'. Then for a while letters didn't come, but she and a young man holdin' 
hands and laughin' came together to the post office. After that, not-so-frequent letters 
came to Airs. Johnson. Now she hardly ever gets mail from him. Funny folks, these 
travelin' men." 

Left alone for a while, Shackle finished assorting the mail — post cards bearing 
friendly falsehoods; letters a certain young man would have given half of his life 
had he not written; letters that crinkled with money; infrequent letters to old mothers 
from prosperous sons and daughters; letters that had a small round lump in them 
about the size of an engagement ring ; bills to both rich and poor that would go 
unpaid; letters bearing good news; letters with black borders; and letters from across 
the seas with names that Shackle couldn't pronounce. 

Yes, he saw a lot and discussed it with Chips while the latter dozed in the sun. 
All day Shackle handed out mail, teased, sympathized, and advised, but every evening 
at six o'clock he shut the door of the small frame post office, straightened things up, 
and amid many sighs about "gettin' old" and "achin' joints", settled down to take up 
the detective magazine he had reluctantly put aside that morning. 

The stories in his magazine were "real life." They were based on facts (editor 
said so). Shackle said they kept him in touch with the outside world. To him detective 
stories were the bright spot in his dull existence. One couldn't find life in a post office. 

Dorothy Weisiger. 



iMLauiry in KJiyine and IKLyfliiii 



SONNET 

In calm repose and peaceful, gentle 
sleep, 

The earth in cool, gray, slumb'ring 
shadow lies; 

Her twilight voices hushed in stillness 
deep 

Until the Moon appears in eastern skies, 

And, shining down from her great 
throne of light 

Bestows rich alms on graceful, whis- 
pering trees. 

She floods the earth with golden radi- 
ance bright. 

And kindly bids her page, the sweet 
night breeze, 

To play soft, silvery tunes upon his lute. 

Tall, lithesome poplars gently sway and 
sigh, 

While weeping willows, bent in grief, 
are mute ; 

They worship thee, fair goddess of the 
sky. 

O Moon, while in thy pensive, stately 
mood. 

Shine down and bless the earth's sad 
solitude. 

— Eileen Garrett. 



REMINISCENCE 

Full many a day we've trod the pith 
That leads to the steps of Maury High, 
But eveiy good thing must reach an end, 
And so we are bidding now "Goodbye." 

The clatter of feet in halls we've heard, 
As laughingly on from class to class. 
We've chatted about the great weekend 
And of the exam we didn't quite pass. 

We've watched with a hope the clock on 

th' wall, 
We've wished that the hours would glide 

by fast, 
But now, after all, we find our wish 
Is but to recover our happy past. 

We'll always recall our teachers, who. 
Along with our chums of high school 

days, 
The Book of gay mem'ries bring to us, 
The Book of good times and carefree 

days. 

— Florence Gomes. 



THE SPIRIT OF YOUTH 

The Snirit of Youth lifts its eyes 
I o a land glorious and gay . . . 
A land of soft blue skies 
Where each may have his say. 
A countrj where sweet freedom rings 
Through each calm day and night . . . 
A land which daily blessings brings 
And sees that wrong's made right. 
The Spirit of Youth hungrily yearns 
For tingling excitement rare . . . 
It daily lives and gratefully learns, 
Finding its victory there. 
The Spirit of Youth looks bravely ahead 
With a happy heart . . . knowing no 
dread. 

— Bun n a Fay Godfrey. 



SPRING 



How do the trees and flowers know 

When sprint: has come? 

They cannot hear the bird's clear song 

Nor recognize the hum 

Of life and living things about them. 

Yet every year 

When winter's frost and chill have 

passed, 
Thev wake, and rear 
Their heads to greet the cheetful sun. 
The heavens rin? . . . 
The whole world throbs and stirs with 

life 
When it's Fprin*?. 

— Marv Jane B/it/<. 



THE POET'S WORK 

In all this crux of rarest loveliness, 

The coigns of a solitary wall. 

Or beauteous moonrise at a twilights 
fall — 

Stately, a'l charms that Nature does 
possess 

Lie bare, her moods mad? manifest by- 
tears 

That hide the earth in ooal fantasies. 

Unyielding to the thought that beauty is 

To crumble with the ever shallow years. 

For tho^e who lived and did not dare to 

sing, 
Their fondest hopes the poets may 

attain. 
As from their souls their deeper feelings 

wing 
In comprehensive dreams; thus who 

shall feign 
That Life in rudest palms shall capture 

these 
And crush them in the maze of 

— Edna Barnes. 



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JUNIOR CLASS 

OFFICERS 



President 
I ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Sponsor 



. LINWOOD HORNE 

CHRISTIAN PETERSEN 

ELLSWORTH TALLEY 

. EDWARD PROPES 

MISS MABEL WHITE 



CLASS HISTORY 




"Now, students, I wish to impress upon your memories that you are no longer 
Sophomores, no longer, subject to the dominance of Seniors and Juniors, but that you 
are Juniors, grown-ups, in every sense of the word." 

Thus said Miss White, Junior Sponsor, to the first Junior assembly of the vear. 

"And now, Charlie, what do you think of our candidates for secretary of the 
class?" quoth Harvey (Edgar Bergen) Parker to his dummy. 

"Wry nice, very nice, indeed," retorted the elfish little man. "Why can't we 
have two secretaries?" 

"Enough of that, my lad. That might suit you, but it wouldn't be form." 

And so the Junior Class officers, despite "Charlie McCarthy's" mischievous 
comments, were elected for 1938-39. 

R. E. Lee's birthday, January 19, was the occasion for another successful assembly. 
It was our privilege to have as our guests the members of the Pickett-Buchanan Chap- 
ter, Daughters of the Confederacy, and the oldest living Norfolk Confederate veteran, 
Mr. T. N. Mayo. 

Our program was high-lighted by the unexpected appearances of two members 
of the faculty, Messrs. Norris and Mau, whose respective musical performances were 
declared a rare treat. 

Among the people who have continued their excellent work in Maury, since we 
entered as a class of 1,066 from Ruffner and Blair, are Cliff Speros, President of the 
Junior Red Cross Chapter; Martha Lee Hoffman, President of the Dramatic Club; 
Ralph O'Dette, Eddie Propes, Billy Old, Chris Peterson, Nell Richard, Ellsworth 
Tally, and a host of others of marked talent. 

The Junior Class contributed two beautiful urns to the Maury stage, to add to 
the beauty of the auditorium on stated occasions. 

It was the pleasure of the Juniors to introduce a new system of class voting in 
Maury, the date being moved from September to May — a wise change since the 
class business is thereby organized for the new term. 

Great was the excitement of the Junior Class when asked to provide ushers for 
the 1939 February and June graduation ceremonies, with John Upton acting as chair- 
man. This is always an event of considerable excitement, made more so by the realiza- 
tion that we would be the ones to don caps and gowns next year. 

Thus have we grown from timid and Senior-fearing Sophomores to fame-expect- 
ant Juniors, who consider themselves ready, willing, and able to step into the places 
left vacant by the outgoing graduates. 

LlNWOOD HORNE. 



JUNIOR 



HOME ROOM 2 

Front: Charles Etheridge, Robert Grandy, Frank Greeve, William DeBrito, Winton Hendricks, 
Thomas Belcher. 

Row 2: Lucille Potts, Dorothy Staples, Thelma Krukin, Ruth Goldstone, Eleanor Parsons, Elena 
Owen. 

Row) 3: Lula Ackiss, Elizabeth Beale, Violet Taylor, Virginia Hitchings, Elsie Powers, Martha 
Willcox, June Wilson, Wanda Cox, Wilma Boiling. 

HOME ROOMS 5A, 5B 

Front: Harry Stewart, Jack Xorfleet, John Dobbins, Stanley Rusengarten, Henry Tatem, Melvin 

Sawyer, Fabler Wood, Jennings Bennett. 
Row 2: Lucille Basden, Mary Lee Twiddy, Frances Hollingsworth, Mildred Marshall, Margaret 

Tarkenton, Margaret Etheridge, Cornelia Detmer, Mildred Gwynn, Louise Roughton, Ruth 

Price, Earleene Nooney, Helen Shue. 
Roiv S: Warren Bray, Erie White, Leonard Yates, William Goshorn, Clyde Neal, Herman Taylor, 

Paul Rountree, Enos Burgess, Dorothy Todd. 

HOME ROOM 7 

Row: 1: Carrie Northcott, Doris Wolf, Audrey Kirsch, Phyllis Hudgins, Jean Barnes, Sara Stiles, 

Jane Brinkley, Virginia Knighton, Florence Ahman, Margaret Waldman, Janet Nadel, Jane 

Foster, Stanley Sacks, Hurley Shuler. 
Row 2: Eva Holloway, Dorothy Barnes, Lois Crowder, Mildred Williams, Irvona Morrow, Helen 

Douros, Martha Ellen Barrett, Norma Weiford, Doris Leach, Harry McCoy, Wells Gresham, 

Larry Doyle. 
Row i: Thelma Davenport, Mary Ethel Taylor, Ruth Moss, Bill O'Brien, Franklin Dennis, Jack 

Carter, Carroll Spencer. 




HOME ROOM S-l 

Front: Vale Jurin, Wesley Smith, Clarence Partin, Christen Peterson, Colin Caddell, Jack Reams. 
Row 2: J mmy Archer, Jacqueline Dozier, Jean Boyd, Virginia Swann, Dorothy Sadler, Hazel 

Miller, Ruby Wright, Pauline Manning, Martha ClarF, Robert Sagnett. 
Row _?.- Lorraine Senter, (Catherine Lettman, Virginia Dozier, Phyllis Daniel, Dorothy Major, Marie 

Vizzini, Mar. ha Pidgen, Mary Walker, Julia Watson, Betty GrirFith, Dorothy Stubbs. 



JUNIORS 
HOME ROOM 8 

Front: Iris Pearce, James Dickinson, Raphael Belkov, Edward Hobbs, Billy Hebert, Merven Scott, 

Rondal Aydlette, Berkeley Ormond. 
Roil- 2: Nettie Durant, Eloise Brickell, Deloris Byrd, Esther Lesser, Marion Blackwell, Nell Richard, 

Elizabeth Bittner, Justine Johnson, Louise Miller, Thetis Midgette, Kathleen Hough. 
Row :3 Margie Beck, Rosalie Wilkins, Virgilia Gregory, Prudence Roberts, Inex Early, Alma 

Moore, Virginia Goodwin, Catherine Gwin, Ruth Hartly, Martha Farleigh. 

HOME ROOM 12 

Row 7: Norwood Douglas, John Fritzinger, Henry Cooper, Beverly Marshall, Edward Gatling. 
Row 2: Marian Harris, Lena Leffers, Ellen Beaman, Wilford Ball, Cecelia Freeman, Blanche 

Treakle, Agnes Davis, Ruth Green, Ruth Addison, William Fleming. 
Row 3: James Duffee, Bill Watson, Edward Wilkenson, Alexander Padis, Olga Wunnenburg, 

Edward Bell, T. G. Smithdeal, Oswald Simonds, Walter Gowden, Edward Shames. 
Row 4: Waverly Ormond, Ernest Scarborough, William Reed, Edgar Trotter, Thomas Dean, 

Bobby Robertson, Edward Tarkenton, John Harris, O'neil Wynn, Truxton Noe, Ellsworth 

Bonney. 

HOME ROOM 13 

Front: Frances Burke, Irene Cohen, Clara Stokes, Nancye Tucker. 

Row 2: Irene Banks, Jeanne Clark. Pauline Capps, Lelia Wicks. 

Row 3: Emma Gilbert, Betty Hilton, Henrietta Pebworth, Norma Green, Helen Jordon, Alva Bayne. 

Row 4: Jeanne Williamson, Betsy McCue, Lucille Speros, Russell Davis, Paul Sawyer, Cabeb Hurst. 

Row 5: Julia Robinson, Dorothy Neigenfind, Bernice Richardson, George Stephenson, Bill Hubbard, 

Ramon Cohen. 
Row f) Robert Burroughs, Sam Evans, Richard Overstreet, Irving Davis. 
Row /".' Jack Falls, James Williams, David Edwards, Lloyd Joynes. 
Row 8: Wesley Clegg, Richard Funk, Lloyd Jordon. 




HOME ROOM 11 



Front: Richard Deahn, Joe Shelar, Elmer Wilgusm, Harry Schmoele, Frank Panella, George Hodges, 

Fred Gaskins. 
Row 2: Horace Lane, Burke Moss, Roger Alton, Adolph Silverstein, Taylor Cousins, Leo Mueller, 

Leon Smith. 
Row 3: Royce Jennings, Sam Stallings, Emma Blanchard, Betty Jenkins, Marie Wilkins, Evelyn 

Williamson, Augusta Williams, Ruby Bowles, Drusilla White, Roris Wilson, Peter Holland, 

Leon Smith. 
Row 4: William Kutz, Marjorie Pitt, Ruthe Owen, Susan, Clark, Pauline McElhaney, Shirley 

Finkelstein, Virginia Tomlinson, Erma Graham, Ruth Ashworth, Mary Gretakis, Annette 

Johns, Doris Tischler. 



JUNIORS 
HOME ROOM 14 

Front: Ellsworth Tally, Elizabeth Watts, William Graves, Blackwell Holmes, Milton Norman, 

Hubert llinman, Jock Boyenton, Norman Fantone, Jack Nicholson, Hugh Mason. 
Row 2: Ida Mae Ivey, Betty Dean Lotz, Patricia Smith, Lorraine Vaughan, Rowena Wilkes, Irene 

Gordon, Enrico Cicero, Sylvia Wiggins, Leona Stein, Mildred Boyette, Jane Lindberg, 

Clarence Trovver. 
Roto 3: Aileen Upton, [nna Wilkins, Marjorie Stokes, Dorothy Cannon, Margaret Gainfort, Evelyn 

Pulliam, [Catherine Rainier, Edna Lee Barnes, Margaret Miles, Don Cioala, Nellie Ashbee, 

Eailarden Miller, Rodger Spruill. 

HOME ROOM 17 

Front: John Meekins, Elmo Hopkins, Lawrence Shelton, Buddy Morris, Robert Stainberg, Bobby 

Cole, Howard Legum, Leon Kruger. 
Row 2: Jane Perry, Margaret Wright, Margaret Lord, Shirley Nixon, Veinice Gornto, Elizabeth 

Thomas, Louisa Brown, Virginia Hawkins, Elizabeth Fulgham, Bernard Weinberg. 
Row .?/ Harold Goldman, Hyman Sonkin, David Cederquist, Vernon Hollomon, Sidney Coplan, 

Roger Ledbetter, Sam Laibstain, Billy Bobbitt, Edwin Pearlman. 

HOME ROOM 19 

Front: George Brown, Robert Pearson, Milton Sutton, Leon Harmon, Winfield Beamon, Kenneth 

Jones, Carey Modlin, Allen Brooks, William Leach. 
Row 2: Evelyn Andrews, Anne Tyler, Mary Ireland, Conrad Wooten, Dorothy Mitchell, Marion 

Kea, Mary Bravo, Helen Savage, Dorothy ITpchurch, Page Miller. 
Roie 3: Billy Parker, Elizabeth Watson, Frank Machen, Jane Martin, Edgar Caffev. 




HOME ROOM 20 

Front: George Merritt, Alton Smith, Jack Whitehorn, John Holland, Marion Bain, Jay Smith, 
Bernard Phelps, W. H. Norris, Clifford Speros, Cecil Garrison, Eustace Bagnell, Hammond 
Killingsworth, Leonard Hurwitz, Ernest Etheridge, William Kelly. 

Row 2: Arthur Harriman, Shafter Williams, Herbert Harrell, Wilbur Wright, Jack Kinne, William 
Robinett, Henry Williams, Clyde MacDonald, Eugene Grillo, Warren Strickland, Pat Taylor, 
Sinton Powell, Frank Staples, Frank Everton, James Davis, Joe Durham, Guirnell Jones. 



JUNIORS 
HOME ROOM 203 

Front: Robert Fields, Tommy Trant. 

Row 2: Ruben Miller, Gatewood Dashiell, John Deets, Ben Colomia, Frank Burleson. 

Row 3: Harold Davis, Kimbal Payne, Edward Hill, John Paul Jones, Marjorie Childress, Anne 

I dye, Jeanne Burke, John Sauls. 
Row 4: Dorothy Chitwood. 

HOME ROOM 204 

Front: Stanlev Gimbert, Ray Can's, Archie Johnson, Jr., Elias Etheridge, Jr., Frank Whitehurst, 

Eldridge Whitehurse. 
Row -': William Keefe, Robert Henderson, Robert Sanford, Morris Friedman, Grace Savage, Mary 

Elizabeth Jordon, Helen McClellan, Edith Bosevvell, Willette Hough, Nancy Penello, Cirace 

Cash, Aubrey Gaskins, Elmer Sanderlin. 
Row 3: George McGinnis, John Evans, Vivienne Bullock, Blanche Holton, Vivien Barber, Roy 

Fitchett, Laura Durham, Frances Sandlin, Grace Ellerton, Frances Inge, Harry Calloway, 

Jack Ames. 
Left Out: Virginia Condoyiannis, Mildred Cox, Mary Lee, Marion Hurwitz, Caroline Rents:hler, 

Etta Marie Spruell. 

HOME ROOM 208 

Front: Stanlev Legum, Elias Kal, Cabell Isphording, Elwood Morrisette, Ralph O'Dette, Charles 
Robinson, William Webster, David Cunliffe, Leonard Olivenbaum. 

Row 

Mary Lee Blick, Gloria Gilbert, Frances Hamlin. 
Row 3: Willoughby Harris, David Kruger, Cecil Turner, Cornell Hungate, Vernon Rogers, Alfred 
Carson, Earl Cross. 

Row 4: Nancy Fos'er, Edith Bull, Mildred Allison, Cecelia McGrattan, Ruth Reilley, Marie Moores, 
Annabel! Hart, Polly Sturges, Ethel Myers, Willie Louise Stewart. 



John Carlson, Frances Nottingham, Marion Norfleet, Margaret Wright, Margaret Gill, 



ill*!* 




HOME ROOM 206 

Front: Warren Collins, Thomas Barrett, Bradford Bratten, James Matthews, Louis Newby, 

McDonald Ives, Benjamin Phipps, James White, Arthur Guille, George Dawlev, William 

Modgette, Harry DuVal, Bill Ashley. 
Row 2: Garland McCoy, J. (5. Price, Huel Walton, Thomas Freeman, Charles Webb, Walter 

Eisenhower, Helen Sawyer, Doris Nygard, Forestine Benson, Cathrine Bock, Irene Sanford, 

Anne Melchiorre, Constance Anninos. 
Row 3: Pat Snyder, Randolph McKenzie, Fred Jordon, Leonard Cohen,, Bertram Jones, Orville 

Fleming, Billy Morgan, Claiborne Manson, Robert Sawyer, Ralph Young, Ernest Volke, 

Grayson Harris. 



JUNIORS 
HOME ROOM 210 

Front: Hannah Belle Rosenbaum, Doris Long, Virginia Joynes, Marion Cressman, Ardath Spruill, 

Angeline Vourlas, Bessie Williams, Blaine Graham, Harvey Hyatt. 
Row 2: Louise Davis, Marie Luecket, Rosa Renesis, Ida Aframe, Margaret Credle, Thelma 

Kowalskv, Virginia Capps, Constance Flowers, Burt Halpern, Wallace Keene. 
Row 3: Bristow Hardin, Elizabeth Turner, Odie Beckham, Avalon Krukin, Katherine Pollard, Ruth 

Dupree, William Proctor, John Freeman, Joe Stoutenburgh. 

HOME ROOM 212 

Front: Paul Berlin. Guv Foster, John Page, Raymond McHenry, Martin Casey, Cecil Nails, John 

Gnode, Harold Baker, John Upton, Lewis Foster, Joe Heyman, George Moore. 
Row 2: Lawrence Morriss, Isabel Gordon, Louise Boatwright, Ann Patterson, Margaret Van Patten 

Jean Nelms, Thelma Coleman, Virginia Burch, Betty Knight, Elizabeth Day, Thesus 

Mastrangelo, Dorothy Dimling, Dorothy Davis. 
Row j 1 .' Isaac Klavan, Anne Forehand, Mary Brackett, Laic Hatfield, Margaret Jordon, Helen 

Johnson, Christine Tabit, Constance McGrath, Olney McVay, Julia Patrick, Harry Leggett, 

Frank Wiesel. 

HOME ROOM 213 

Front: William Bing, Pierce Love, Lawrence Tegg, John Marshall, Philip Russo, Ernest Buth, 

Robert McKay. 
Row 2: Charles Edwin Wright, Jr., Edwin Schuffman, Bertram Myers, Lawrence Wales, Jr., 

Donald Xolte, James Fowden, Frank Ahman, Andrew Jones, Joseph Corleto. 
Row 3: Helen Gunther, Mildred Gregory, Doris Spensky, Molly Nelson, Virginia DeWaters, 

Elizabeth Rush, Virginia Pope, Geraldine Hale, Myrtle Harrell, Jocie Legg, Roberta Norris 
Row 4: William Woodward, Calvert S. Whitehurst, Jr., Louise Wright, Pauline Deans, Louise 

Eggleston, Shirley Malbon, Frances Thomas, Mary Swartz, Elsie Faye Hawkins, Nancy 

Wvatt, Marion Overstreet. 




HOME ROOM 301 

Front: Fenton Myers, James Poole, George Colston, John Jung, Dawson Taylor, Edgar Baldwin, 

Robert Singleton. 
Row 2: William Doyle, Raymond Walker, Frank Adkisson, James Leggett, Waverley Wilcox, 

Donald Troxel. 
Row 3: Mildred Padgett, Anne Stewart, Carolyn Bartlett, Dora Muir. 
Row ■/: Phyllis Shives, Ruth Skelton, Marjorie Lester, Olive Mae Winder, Gladys Tuttle, Doris 

Weinberger, Arriett Millan, Millie Andresos, Florence Baker, Dorothy Spence, Virginia 

Gilmore. 



JUNIORS 
HOME ROOM 302 

Row 3: Aclele Starr, Doris Harrell, Grace Ballance, Mary Smallzell, Dorothy Raby, Virginia Spivey, 

Virginia Everett. 
Row 2: Dorothy Parsons, Helen Wulzer, Dorothy Runnells, Marie Gregory, Myrtle Bowden, Gerald- 

ine McKamey, Kathryn Cox, Thomas Creekmur. 
Front: Bobby Paul, Lewis Roberts, William Riddick, Wesley Hughes, James Bunch, Carroll Greene, 

Harold Ilurwitz. 

HOME ROOM 310 

Front: M'tzi Sugg, Mary Ferebee, Dorothy Matthews, Bernice Pugh, Catherine Whitehead, Virginia 
Malbon, Juanita Daughertv, June Deckert. 

Row J: Leonard Lindsev, Hill Jordnn, Hen Quinn, Joe Benson, Woodrow Dunn, Aubrey Power, Jack 
Mani. 

Row 3: Frank Warren, William Godwin, GrifFin Isaacs, Robert Woodward, Gilbert Hyman, Mar- 
garet Rnyston, June Arnold, Coleman Gordon. 

HOME ROOM 312 

Front: Lloyd Gilbert, Braxton McCaskey, Virginia Phillips, Catherine Vetra, Lucille Woo, Bess 

Powell, Carolyn Moore, Ann Reinicke, Evelyn Macdonald. 
Row 2: Robert Wooldridge, Jack Ford, Marion Quillare, Louise Janson, Evelyn Tauss, Jean Nagel, 

Sonia Dunston, Jessie Saunders, Estelle Jernigan, Daniel Goldman, Warren Ross. 
Row 3: William Martin, Alton Laine, James Maloney, Sam Curtis, Richard Perry, Walter Womble, 

William Jones, William Hall, Arthur Peterson, Charles Calron. 




HOME ROOM 309 

Front: Albert Ford, George Smith, Gray Simpson, Richard Kanter, Jerry Rumble, Henry Luhring, 
Edward Truitt, Herbert Hoffer, Albert Doumar, James White. 

Row 2: Jack Amory, Billy Vail, Yvonne Crumpler, Violet Bryant, Mary Allen, Frieda Dekker, 
Beverley Hammond, Jackie Salvant, Dorothy Pierce, Ralph Jackson, William Berryman, Pete 
Buchanan, Marion Willis. 

Row 3: George Shipp, Eileen Garrett, Lillian Jones, Mildred Bushwood, Mary Elizabeth Vaughan, 
Mary Levy, Margaret Coplon, Irene Brooks, Rae Cohen, Irene Chernitzer, Jean McClellan, 





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HOME ROOM 313 

Front: Eugce S : ebcl, Edgar Lee Whiee, John Edwards, Walter North, Ray Bulls, Ferris Hoggard, 
Carroll Davis, Lee Lawler, Jerry Adler. 

Roiv 2: Thomas Wilson, Daisy Smith, Virginia Arnold, Hope King, Filomens Barbaresi, Jean 
Stillman, Gertrude Cleaver, Vernon Daniels. 

Rriu 3: Shirley Failes, Emmy Lou Epstein, Mollie Brill, Leola Beavers, Margaret Organ, Clara 
Mae Roberts, Mildred Cox, Lois Kirkwood, Enoch Stafford. 

Row -A- Barbara Phillips, Martha Jo Mitchell, Theresa Burgess, Annett Holland, Alice Foster, 
Ruth Stillman, Betty Bridges, Inez Copperthite, Mary Jane Batts, Virginia Dixon, Katherine 
Miles, Evelyn Jones. 

HOME ROOM 314 

Front: Charles Deirne, Robert Jones, Wallace Clegg, Billy Vail, Albert Ford, George Shipp, Charles 
Brown, Walter Twiddy, James White. 

Roiu 2: Hugh Gordon, John Prince, Violet Bryant, Yvonne Clumpier, Dorothy Serlich, Vera 
Fitchett, Sunny Trumbo, Jean Hume, Emma Marchant, Daisy Savers. 

Roii' 3: Bobby Goodman, Melville MacDonald, Maurice Mednick, Jack Cornell, Robert Price, 
James Doss, Hubert Nuzzo, James Councill, Constance Ferrell, Marion Willis, Jack Amory. 

Roil- 4: Aurora Gardner, Dulcie Daffer, Grace Lake, Marthamae Jones, Amy Arline, Norma 
Smith, Willie Mae Whitehurst, Elizabeth Williamson, Virginia Frankenburger, Jane Withers. 

HOME ROOM 318 

Front: Clarkson Price, Robert Singleton, Judson Hupman, William Lawson, Jack Wiggins. 
Row 2: Terry Mullins, Manley Mosier, Braxter Carr, Wilson Johnson, Fred Bayne. 



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INCOME 

When I was in school I 

studied a book whose title 

was Problems in Ameri- 
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biggest problems of all 
was to obtain a job that 
would enable one to have 
enough income to maintain 
and support, in the style 
to which she would like to 
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SOPHOMORE CLASS 

OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 

Secretary 
Treasurer 
Sponsor . 



LEWIS KIRBY 

. . . RUTH SCHAEFER 

. . . . JAM-. ATKINSON 

WILLIAM PARKINSON 

MISS FRANCES NORSWORTHY 

CLASS HISTORY 




The 1938-39 Sophomore Class of Maury is the largest in the history of the school. 
We came from Blair and Ruffner, after two years of Junior High School, and at 
hrst we were reluctant to leave our smaller buildings and come to a large and enter- 
prising affair like Maury. Most of us were scared at the idea of being with Juniors 
and Seniors, since we were such very small potatoes ourselves. However, it did not 
take us long to become accustomed to Maury, and now we feel perfectly at home here 
and like it. 

A good many of us have joined the various clubs and find them most interesting. 
Some of us have gone out for athletics and other extra-activities; some are doing 
well in dramatics; some are becoming proficient in football and basketball; and a good 
many are members of the Glee Club. Besides, we are holding our own seholastically. 
Consult the Honor Roll! 

Among our outstanding members are Luther White and Julian Grainger, both 
active in nearly every phase of school life. Odie Beckham and Lucy McNamara are 
probably our two most industrious girls. They belong to many organizations and 
are excellent student-, both making honor reports throughout the school year. Jack 
Lewis, Mac Hill and Bobby Baylor are the Beau Brummels of the Class. If you are 
ever looking for these three, just go where you see the largest crowd of girls, and there 
in their midst you will find Jack, Mac and Bobby. Our two beauties are "D D" Mur- 
ray and Nancy Dashiell. "D D" is a blonde, and Nancy is a brunette — most pulchri- 
tudinous. Bill ( Beulah ) Winn doubtless has something — it is hard to say what — but 
it surely gets 'em. Dick Mapp and Bill Johnson are fine athletes who will excel in 
football before the close of their school careers. 

There are many notable students in our Class, but we cannot mention them all 
here. Time, however, will tell of their various achievements. We sincerely hope that, 
as we go on in our school life, we may leave behind us records of which we shall be 
proud. We feel that Maury is a great school and deserves the very best its students 
can give her. 

If we have accomplished anything this year, it is largely owing to the fact that 
in Miss Frances Norsworthy we have the best sponsor who could have been selected 
for our particular group. We would, if space allowed, fill the whole "Commodore" 
with her praises; but we can only say here that Miss Norsworthy is always ready and 
willing to be bothered with our small problems and is never too busy to stop and give 
us advice on any subject. She understands so well that we came as green Sophomores 
to Maury, stumbling along, not knowing where to go or what to say; but, thanks to 
her, we now feel as big as anybody and able to look the rest of the school in the face. 
We are certainly pleased that our Sponsor continues with us through our whole three 
years at Maury. 

We, the Sophomore Class as a whole, believe we have had a very successful year 
at the Senior High School. We have seen and done many things, and we hope to do 
more in the two years to come. 




SOPHOMORES 
HOME ROOMS 1, 10, S2 

Row I: , [Catherine Morrison 
Elizabeth Hobbs, Virginia 
Fentress, Margaret J ones, 
Evelyn Voight, Mollv Pow- 
ell, Mercelia Walker, Julia 
l.ee Dozier, Violet Sokol, Vir- 
ginia Stewart. 

Row 2: Perry Creighton, Will- 
iam Forehand, John Proctor, 
Allen Sullivan, Edward Sim- 
mons, Burwell Palmer, Thel- 
ma M or r i s, Margaret An- 
derson, Jim Capetanakis, 
Arthur Edmonds, Billy Gates. 

Row .)': Erma Lee Baker, Milton 
Boyce, Carl Haggard, Wall- 
Baldwin, Clinton Carroll, Ir- 
ving Postove, James McCal- 
lum, Elizabeth Gabriel, Mar- 
tha Jones, Nellie Hunt. 

Row 1: Irene Tsoukatos, Frances 
Clarke, Lois Godwin, Louise 
Beaton, Ruth Venable, Gue'i 
Campbell, Alice Malbon, Anne 
Smith, Charles Mayes, Sam 
Adsit, Herbert Garrison, 
Burke Silverman. 



Row 5: Stanley Epstein, Alton Carswell, Wendell Grew, Fred Sutton, Jack Barfield, William 
Moore, James Spencer, Philip Proctor, Linwood Perry, Carlton Keller, Victor Doumar. 

Row 6: Leslie Sam, Doris Cutherell, Jane Williams, Margaret Latham, Lucy Manson, Margaret 
Wrenn, Margaret Thomas, Margaret Herring, Margaret Minor, Margaret Cannon, 
Jeanne Westcott, Ruth Jones. 

Row 7 : Stanley Walker, Kenneth Lampert, Willis Partridge, Herman Powers, Julian Granger, 
Lester Bangs, Hubert Johnson, Lloyd Grimstcad, Nelda Cordora, June Ledbetter, Doro- 
thy Byrd, Elizabeth Jensen. 

Ro<w8: James Comstock, Marvin Bernstein, Robert Winingder, William Insley, Edward 
Rhodes, Joe Cox, Elford Dudley, Bernard Galumbeck, Anne Dashiell, Travis Meech. 

HOME ROOMS 3 and 9 

Front: Shirley Pond, Norma Paine, Elizabeth Harriss, Dorothy Bartlett, Miriam Burgess, Del- 
ma Beal, Maporie Copeland, Beverly Welch. 



Row 2: Murray Michael, Marion 
Carden, Dorothy Temple, Eve- 
lyn Keye, Dorothy Evan s, 
Margaret McGee, Ruth 
Moore, Dorothy Perkins, Phyl- 
lis Talley, Harvey Bruff. 
Row 3: Clovis Powers, Henry 
Berman, Archie Rafel, Juanita 
Smith, Doris Harris, Virginia 
Kirby, Clothilde Smith, Elda 
Belvin, F.unice Godfrey, 
Richard Williams. 
Row 4: Harry Grumback, Hen- 
ry Dermott, Richard Turner, 
Linwood Dovle, Douglas 
Clark, Alvin Bullock, Clyde 
Hare, Irvin Clayton, William 
Bland, G u y n n Leary, John 
Pierce. 
Roto 5: Kenneth Westman, 
Maury Kroll, Francis Cash, 
Samuel Tarkington, George 
Manovsokis, Howard Or- 
leans, John Robinson, How- 
ard Covert, George Flora, 
Russell Smith, Paul Julian. 
Row 6: Earl Garrison, Law- 
rence Carter, William Dono- 
van, James Coleman, Charles 
Everett, Fred P f a e h 1 e r , 
Charles Mason, Tildain 
Jones, John Patton, James 
Smith, W i I I i a m Klyver, 
Roosevelt Tarkington. 







SOPHOMORES 

HOME ROOMS 
6 A, 6B, 15 

Front: Jimmy Parkenson, John 
M c L i ii, Vernon Davenport, 
H erbert Schreiber, Victor 
Creech, Jack Robertson, Clif- 
ford Cousins, Joe Ray. 

Row 2: Elizabeth Little, Mary 
Jane Miller, Ethalyn God- 
frey, Albert Cratch, B. Ci. 
Harrell, A 1 f r e d MoKmvn, 
Orville Sanderlin, Elmo Shel- 
imi, Dorothy Gulbransan. 

Roto 3: Ursula Mitchell, Naomi 
Harris, Jean Helvin, Marga- 
ret White, Alice Gordon, 
Gladys tiuidt, Doris Bunch, 
Lucy Copeland, Elizabeth 
White, Florence Turock. 



Row 4: Georg 
ter Smit h, 
Phyllis Moo 
er, Mildred 
Cornes, Cor 
Meiulell, Je 
drev Durkin 



Simmons, Wal- 
Marvin McKeel, 
re, Marion Salt- 
Hozier, Virginia 
rine Day, Irene 
an Powell, Au- 




RowS: Frank Dozier, John Scott, Bernard Dozier, Clay Smith, Luther White, Florence Kahn, 

Margaret Devlin, Gloria Wodoard, Helen Goodwin, Ruth Boone, Dorothy Bennett, Mary 

Sue Riddle. 
Row 6: Clarence Hoggard, Bob Johnson, Georgia Sehis, Martha Belle Cousins, Frances Glan- 

cey, Mary Gable, Shirley Gilbert, Norma Veates, Willie Sanderlin, Gilbert Johnson, Paul 

Goldman. 
Row 7: Stanley Rabey, Buck Harris, Gene Eskey, Stene Kelly, Vivian Voliva, Helen Strickland, 

Lonnie Everton, John Whitehead, Louis White, William Stanford, Marion Williamson. 
Row 8: Ethel Ives, Iva Melville, Marguerite Belote, Clara Vatala, Gertrude Hymanson, Doris 

Bowen, Mary Emerson, Milton Addison, Albert Eike, William Morris, William Nimmo. 




Row 5: Ruth Wheelock, Mildred Bozard, Rosemary Franklin, Mary Coble, Vivien Treakle, 
Lois Seay, Dolores Williams, Margaret O'Brien, Elsie Porter, Evelyn Vergus, Frances 
Shepherd, Dorothy Viar, Evelyn Nelms, Margaret Varbrough, Jane Mansfield. 

Row 6: Bobby Shannon, Ruth Stone, Julia Harris, Betty Hafner, Elsie Dunn, Frances Batten, 
Patricia Miller, Christine Jones, Anne Stasford, Harriet Lorenzo, Frances Gilliland, 
Miriam James, Leona Murphy, Ruth Jones, Pearl Reynolds, George Kuck. 

Row 7: Walter Grant, Jack Rawls, Rolph Midgette, Murray Goldsticker, Carl Clayten, Jcanette 
Craig, June Tyner, Edward Rager, Charles McCoul, Thomas Nelms, Harry Neider, Leon 
Edwards, Mike Evans, John Stove. 

Row S: Bill Dance, James English, Billy Karn, Jean Owens, Katherine Fitzgerald, Pat Cato, 
Jackie Hoagland, John Dashields, Vincent Daughtrey, Pompeo Virgili, Carter Briggs, 
Jack Edney, Carlton Jones, Hunter Charlton, Frank Ivey. 



HOME ROOMS 

K2, 304, 307 

Front: Janice Eason, Thelma 
Vitsky, Pearl Siegel, Katha- 
rine Privatt, Margaret Wh'te, 
Melody Johnson, B e u 1 a h 
White, Nedra Cowart, Esther 
Warwitz, Vivian Smith. 

Row 2: Edith Gornto, Virginia 
Smith, Audrey Jones, Norella 
Harrell, Eleanor P h i p p s, 
Catherine Cox, Norma Craig, 
Frances Galumbeck, June Es- 
leeck, Verona Manalili, Do- 
lores Manalili, Vivian Ship- 
ley. 

Row 3: Margaret Jennings, Ruth 
Fentress, Margaret Smit h, 
Vlary Ellen Taylor, Virginia 
Krause, Kathleen Crawley, 
Norma Winne, Betty Stanley, 
Lina Mae Stallings, Marvis 
Gregory, Esther Daniels, 
Beryl Godfrey, Dorothy Har- 
nischfeger, Evelyn Gordon. 

Row 4: Alaide Hurd, Mary El- 
liotte, Sarah Bluminthal, Es- 
ther Kramer, Hannah Rosen- 
baum, Lorraine Flax, Elaine 
Karlin, Jean Bruce, Hazel 
Cason, Mildred Fench, Mar- 
garet Driskell, Evelyn Myers, 
Claudie Stratton, Christine 
Clifton, Mary Boswell. 



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HOME ROOMS 
201, 211, 214 

Front: Lillian Williams, Peggy, 
Givler, Ann Nelson, Jimmy 
Lou Wingfield, Betty Brown, 
Gloria Cummings. Roy Mar- 
shall, Leonard Bartley, 
l.ioine Alia, Stanley Car- 



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Row J: Betty Kellam, Margaret 
Pennington, Helen Dillard, 
Cialc Anselm, Peggy C'liil- 
dres, Jean Long, Sarah Jones, 
Evelyn Spicer, Florence I.e- 
vine, Helen Frainer, Dorothy 
Springle. 

Row 3: Blanche Porter, Betty 
Sue Kelley, Margie Sawyer, 
Joe Hughes, George Colgin, 
Bill Sherman, Fenner Satchell, 
Charles Manning, Jack Col- 
lins. 

Roil- 4: Billy Bristow, Valerie 
9kj* • &~A Malborne, Betty Heth, Evelyn 

(.arris, Phyllis Floyd, N.iiha 
Dashiell, Barbara Hudson, 
Edna Gerst, Emily Whaley, 
Shirley Gurganus, E v e 1 \ n 
Brown, Martha Kight. 
Row 5: Arthur Marshall, Buddy Truitt, Nancy Sanders, Carolynne Tucker, Betty Funk, Nancy 
Harris, Suzanne Eyman, Melba Frost, Toy Easterling, Inez Tennant, Reba Salzberg, 
Barbara White, Louise Jones. 
Row 6: Charles Hunter, Billy Winn, Emmett Griffin, Sam Davis, D. E. Barnes, Ted Lonnquest, 
Grover Franklin, Wright Stokes, Douglas Shuler, Reed Spencer, Leon Sutton, Charles 
White, Lucy Laird, Nancy Stubbs. 
Row 7 : Ralph Fensterwald, Edgar Lipman, Leonard Strelitz, Cecil Waters, Ted Miller, Allan 
Goldburg, Bernard Bernstein, Sam Sandler, Larry Hardeman, Billy Hantzmon, Ellen 
Brooke, Emma Lee Walker, Julia Anne Hudgins, Christine Opolas. 
Row S: Bobbv MacMillian, Billy Snider, George Bowers, Walter Plunket, James Young, James 
Gates, Mac Hill, Edward Taylor, Earl Clark, Winifred Spandorfer, Beverley Brenner, 
Helen Swindell, Sorolie Block. 
Row 9: Luther White, Leo Brenner, Sam Hathaway, Frank Montgomery, Marvin Duncan, 
Roddy Jones, Billy McMurran, Ramyond Peterson, Edward Copes, Thomas Guy, William 
Dodson, Robert Turner, William Goldbach, Daniel Kruger. 

SOPHOMORE HOME 
ROOMS 205, 303, 312 

Front: Charlot;e Brewster, Vir- 
ginia Carter, Dorothy Car- 
letto, Theodora F r e e m a n. 
Brack Macon, Francis Fere- 
bee, Wilson Dodson, Lor- 
raine Brown, June Nichols, 
Doris Bethea. 

Row -': Frances Whichard, Anne 
Decker, Juanita Procter, 
Jackie Boudra, Frances Church, 
Mary Chitward, Alice Lee 
Robertson, Dorothy Miller, 
Virginia Salter, Shirley Bass, 
Mary Kochenderfer. 

Row .i : Jean Warren, Eleanor 
Bunin, Doris Banks, Elane 
Campbell, Frances C a s o n, 
Anne Cobb, Marjorie Powell, 
Jackie McCoy, Frances Abbot, 
Grace Reville, Edith Admans, 
Lillian Burleson. 

Row 4: Wright Bell, Reathie Stevens, Mary Barrett, Anne McVay, Verdie Hearn, Vivian Christen- 

sen, Mary Hart, Elia Arosemena, Margaret Angleson, Sally Lee Daughtry, Ruth Klavans, 

Sarah Talley. 
Row 5: Virginia Doffer, Margaret Byrd, Elizabeth Wharton, Bill Meissel, Clyde Northcott, Harold 

Savage, Jimmie Eppes, My res Woodall, Irvin Jackson, Harold Andrews, Harry Jeannette, 

I ininett Boise. 
Row 6: Christine Colbert, Carry Ward Midgette, Helen Frick, Alice Panton, Angeline Catherine, 

Mildred Lockhart, Jessie Latham, Allen Lyons, Dick Ruddick, Kirkland Miller, Bobbv Beach, 

Donald McClarrin, Thomas Beale. 
Row 7: Gerry Daugherty, Si Harlan, Robert Ruddy, Woodrow Hollman, Hal Ware, Ray Burton, 

Bob Straud, Paul Tavass, Millard Sanderlin, John Tow. 




SOPHOMORES 

HOME ROOMS 

207, 209, 215 

Roto /: Horace Hoggard, Roy 
Kennedy, Lane Stokes, War- 
ren Evans, Manning Batten, 
William Graham, Malcolm 
Broun, William Green, Will- 
iam Dekker. 

Ri.w 2: Sam Face, Waverley 
Dashiell, Wilson Shepheard, 
Robert Nusbaum, T h e 1 m a 
Purnell, F ranees Creasey, 
Virginia Mills, Margaret 
Overton, Catherine Young. 

Row 3: Ann Evans, Ida Whi- 
man, Shirley Levin, Helen 
Hoggard, Nellie Roberts, 
Frances Forbes, Edna Culpep- 
per, Helen Cheracles, Mary 
Russel Gum, Peggy Wynne, 
Nancy Lee Thomas. 

Roto i: Wilba Jones, Marian 
Kendrick, Rebecca Harris, 
Janet Paine, Alice Cline, 
Clara Turner, Lucy McNama- 
ra, Jane Stiles, Mary Virginia 
Bybee, Mary Paine Jett, Nor- 
ma Sadler, Louise Blake. 




Ron- 5: Margaret Spencer, Elaine Dickinson, Mary Ambrose, Sue Davis, Mary Ping, Mabel 

Parks, Elaine Johnson, Emma Pennello, Kathryn Brownlee, Ruth Wootten, Ellin Van Os, 

Dorothy McCarrick. 
Row 6: Nalda Morris, Carmen Shepler, Betty Bradley, Jean Ferebee, Card Worrell, Marilyn 

Allen, Mildred Williams, Ella Pope, Connie Traywick, Lyda Stewart, Lewis Kirhy, 

Warren Chandler, James Taylor. 
Roi»7: Austin Owen, Bernard Cavender, George Payne, Francis Blanchard, Richard Cofer, 

Claude Allard, Raymond Spivey, Carl Jackson, Richard Beazley, Knox Pannill, Alan 

Jungbeck, Lee Brown, Reid Kerns. 
Roiu8: William Reynolds, Lawrence Luhring, George Keown, Severn Duvall, Jordan Griffin, 

Melvin Barr, Paul Leach, Clyde Parker, Bernard Bader, David McNamara, William 

McCrory, Roland Filer. 




Row 5: Aulus Allison, William Ward, Eugene Carlson, Melville Wood, Alfred Woo 

Eny, Winston Parker, Charlie Ford, Henry Shoak, Paul Davis, Frank Kellam. 
Roto 6: George Treynor, William Wescot, Robert Hill, Jay Leipzy, Harry Snyder, 

Posen, Fred Talin, Hugh Young, George Thrasher, John Cromwell. 
Row / Virginia Machen, Marilyn Lathan, Anne Ball, Miriam Cohen, Ruth Claire M 

Craig, Edith Fisher, Sylvia Kruger, Dick Bunting, Obie Whitehurst, Joe Mathia 

Whitehurst. 
Row 8: Jane Hardcastle, Helen Smith, Nancy Jones .Celeste Edwards, Audrey 

Charlotte Parker, Lois Mae Simons, Mary Henderson, John Thompson, Jac 

Stanley Roberts. 



HOME ROOMS 

216, 305, 315 

Front: Jane Redford, Jeanne 
Falconer, Josephine LoCascio, 
Sarah Jordon, Jessie Hiefer, 
Mary Rawles, Dorothy Wil- 
fred, Rachel Brown. 

Row 2: Charlotte Lavien, M'l- 
dred Nails, Jaqueline Hanson, 
Evelyn Nottingham, Edythe 
Dickson, Juanita Marti n, 
Marie Bright, Carolyn Law- 
rence, Mary Love Atkins, Rau- 
slin Cooke. 

Row 3: Frances Cole, Lucille 
Railford, Maxine Ballance, 
Annetta Trefry, Sarah Oberg, 
Janice Nov, Harry Forbes, R. 
II. Allen, Ed Swartz, Archer 
Gilliam, Merriam Murray. 

Row 4: Leddy Goldstein, Caroll 
Garrett, Harry Conklin, James 
Ferguson, Clarence Newton, 
Walter Katherman, Bob Biggs, 
Edward Schaeffer, William 
Stokes, Milton Masowitz, 
Meade Forrest. 

d, Ernest 

Norman 

arx, Jean 
s, Martin 

Doughty, 
k Edney, 




SOPHOMORES 

HOME ROOMS 
300-A, 300-B, 316 

Front: Ruth Schaefer, Elsie 
Keefe, A n n e Panello, Ida 
Goodman, Mildred Zoby, 
.Audrey Stewart, Gladys Wil- 
der, Betty Carlson, Jacque- 
lyn Callahan, Ruth Straw. 

Row 2: Louise Decker, June 
Ccry, Pearl Vallas, Georgia 
Wi.liams, Dorothy Fentress, 
Sue Tucker, Frieda Weisman, 
A lice Mathews, Rosalie 
Wahrman, Claire Doyle. 

Row 3: John Karback, Cathe- 
rine Brown, Mary Parkinson, 
Raynell Goldstein, Margaret 
Culpeper, Margaret Edwards, 
Lola Burns, Ella Grant, Ruth 
Barnes, Rosalie Elliott. 

Row 4: Raymond Murray, Kath- 
leen Ward, Evelyn Thimedes, 
Naomi Blair, Carolyn Brinson, 
Louise Cake, William Alperin, 
Josiah Davis, Grace Runnels, 
William Kirk, Walter McRew. 



Row 5: Fred Whitehead, Lewis Keller, Jack Lewis, Kenneth Sharp, Grover Aston, Lloyd 

Saunders, Caleb Williams, Robert Dixon, Newton Eason, James Booze. 
Row 6: Allen Hall, Anthony Caprio, Edward Hoosack, Bill Parkinson, Hyman Brooke, William 

White, Lee Williamson, Glendon Peck, Charles Jarrett, Alfred Gutman, Bertha Segall. 
Row7: Robert Abrahams, Joseph Commander, William Archer, Winfred Borwn, John Taylor, 

Sam Otto, Bill Miles, Lewis Woodall, George Sustarre, William Lee. 
Row 8: Oliver Myers, Irwin Levin, Bobby Holland, Bernard Cahn, Gregory Neal, Thomas Scott. 



HOME ROOMS 
306A, 306B, 308 

Front: Mary Woodhouse, Mary 
Winslow, Camilla Refshal. 
Virginia Griffin, Edith Hay- 
wood, Winifred Ballance, Hil- 
da Childress, Thelma Chance, 
Dorothy Watson. 

Row 2: Esther Cobb, Jane Hess, 
Nell Brown, Lucille Long, 
Ernestine Ward, Helen Ad- 
dison, Grace Consolvo, Bar- 
bara Woodhouse, Betty Jean 
Ballad, Anna Scalco. 

Row 3: Julia Bray, Doris Cofer, 
Betty Capps, Margie Byrd, 
Shirley Kolodney, Eva Marie 
Scott, Edna Pierce, Helen 
Beavers, Margaret Durnen, 
Jean Durant. 

Row 4: C. V. Edmonds, John 
Galanides, Bernard Chitty, 
Ted Heindsman, Jack Flynn, 
George Bacon, Julian Darden, 
Morris Gutterman, Dick Coll- 
mus. 




Row 5: Bucky Shaw, Thornton Gogoll, Wilmer Breeden, Welton Barnes, Alavin Moore, Win- 
fred Crim, Billy Fanny, Wilbur Robinson, Linwood Gamsey, Dick Mapp, Otho Hart. 

Row 6: Howard Robinett, William Hubbard, Milton Fine, Bill Jones, John Matthews, Linwood 
Branch, Dick Emanuel, Granville Sale, Warren Griggs, Billy Owens. 

Row 7: Lawrence Swaney, Cris Kotarides, Arthur Halstead, Fred Roethke, Billy White, Henry 
Perkinson, Eddie Daumar, Ray Tatem, Page Isphording. 

Row 8: Algie Daughtrey, James Drumwright, Evvell Rawles, Phillip Hubbard, Dickie Stewart, 
Allan Jones, Robert Hunter, Percy Hill, Carroll Baker, Shaw Sales, Theodore Mangus, 
Buddy Knighting. 



SOPHOMORES 

V \kllOl'S ROOMS 

Front: Mary Windsor, Jennie 
B a r k e 1 1, Virginia Griffin, 
Margaret Alexander, Glenn 
Phillbrook, Mary Jane Cus- 
tis, Mary J a ne Holloway, 
Kellam, Charlotte Luh- 



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Beverly Smith, Lueile 
Norma Emanuelson, 
Mae E a s o n , Minnie 
Leroy Morin, Barbara 
Frances Rogers, Doro- 
thy Watson, Martha Cory. 

Row 3: Pauline Esleeck, Marve 
Browne, Catherine Padgett, 
Harry Hippie, Howard Allen, 
Carlton Roberts, Jay Taylor, 
Griff Deal, Sarah Cunning, 
Clarence Humphreys. 

Row 4: Warren Paxton, Mar- 
jorie Sullivan, Ann Phleear, 
J'm Glancy, Wayne Irby, Wil- 
liam Sawyer, Robert Ashbee, 
Jesse Davenport, Nelson 
White, Cary Willcox, Edward 
Grimstead. 




Row5: Shaw Sayles, Carol Baker, William Bazemore, Harry McClellan, John Berry, John 
Brown, Ted Martin, M. B. Karn, Roland Mathews. 

Row 6: Dorothy Zuidema, Virginia Lawrence, Audrey Fountain, Amelia Craft, Margaret Anne 
Sawyer, Rixey Weaver, Walter Brown, Harry Horstmann, William Sheehan, Billy Chris- 
tenbury, Lonnie Sykes, Larry Weatherington. 

HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES 

Front: Ruth Schaefer, Mary Love Atkins, Willie Sanderlin, Eleanor Bisese, Travis Meech, 
Marjorie Copeland, Nancy Stubbs, Ursula Mitchell. 

Row 2: Miss Frances Norsworthy, Class Sponsor, Julia Bray, Minnie Zedd, Esther Daniels, 
Regina Rosenfeld, Mary Emerson, Mildred Roberts, Lucy McNamara, Mary B. Murray. 




Row 3: Marshall Hancock, 
Harold Noble, Emmett Baise, 
Gladys Jones, Elizabeth 
Brock, Mary Muir, Jacqueline 
Hanson, Jimmie Lou Wing- 
field, June Butt, Jane Atkin- 
son, Doris Gregory. 

Row -f: Elmer C. Murphy, Lin- 
wood Hudgins, Loren Swa- 
ney, Jim Glancy, Clifton Will- 
iams, Lin wood Rock, Jimmy 
Eppes, Bobby Baylor, Bill 
Terry, Edwin Smith, Charles 
Carter, Lewis Kirby. 



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Principal of The New Senior-Junior High School 

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Front: Morris Tischler, Daniel Kruger, Ralph O'Dette, Robert D. Hecht, 
Terry Mullins, Edward Schuffman, Manuel Saunders. 

Row 2: Ferris Hoggard, Lane Stokes, Linwood Home, John Korbach, 
Jack Reams, Charles Green, Maurice Mednick, Mr. Henry C. Nolley, 
James Taylor. 

Row 3: Allan Jungbach, John Prince, Ted Summit, Howard Legum, Sid- 
ney Coplon, Paul Berlin, Martyn Richardson, Leon Kruger, Robert 
Saunders. 

OFFICERS 

President ROBERT D. HECHT 

Vice-President RALPH O'DETTE 

Treasurer DANIEL KRUGER 

Secretary TERRY MULLINS 

Sargeant-at-Arms . . EDWARD SCHUFFMAN 
Sponsor .... MR. HENRY C. NOLLEY 




iViaiiFy Literary u>ocieiry 

Front: Annabell Hart, Lois Godwin, Audrey Kirsh, Margaret Edwards, 
Jean Outland, Mary Lee Keenan. 

Row 2: Lucille Munden, Daisy Sayers, Doris Leach, Jean Howard, Vivian 
Jackson, Sophia Constantine, Shirlee Jelaza, Louise Stanton, Kathryn 
Brownlee, Amba Parsons, Elvin Santos, Elizabeth Brownlee. 

Row 3: Beulah White, Lois Kirkwood, Annis Cuthrell, Lillian Johnson. 

Row 4: Helen Fine, Mae Ginn, Helen Perlin, Helen DeFrees, Emma 
Grimstead, Dolores Williamson, Mrs. Peck, Lucy McNamara, Flor- 
ence Levine, Jeannette Rawls, Helen Swindell. 

Row 5: Margaret Snider, Frances Galumbeck, Wilma Griffin, Myrtle 
Davis, Thelma Williams, Elizabeth Dunbar, Dorothy Sheil, Emma 
Jean Calevas, Ethel Heiffer, Ruth Claire Marx, Selma Rekonty, 
Muriel Shapiro, Betty Moorehead, Margaret Smith, Polly Sturgis. 

OFFICERS 

Preside,!/ ELVIN SANTOS 

Vice-President AMBA PARSONS 

Secretary .... ELIZABETH BROWNLEE 

Treasurer LOUISE STANTON 

Sponsor MRS. E. K. PECK 




Jh/fiqiiette CJnk 

Front: Ruth Barnes, Hannah Rosenbaum, Betty Capps, Annetta Trefry, 
Helen DeFrees, Rosalie Bartley, Muriel Shapiro, Jane Atkinson, Vir- 
ginia Everett, Ellen Brooke, Anne Lassiter, Doris Hansen, Jacqueline 
Madden, and Elizabeth Dunbar. 

Row 2: Audrey Daughty, Helen Fine, Mary Atkinson, Margaret Van 
Patten, Rosa Kenisis, Elizabeth Turner, Sunshine Trumbo, Odie Beck- 
ham, Jean Boyd, Margaret Pennington, Leota Sherman, Dorothy 
Hansen, Lois Kirkwood, Etta Wood 

Row 3: Fleta Gregory, Dorothy Weisiger, Dorothy Caunan, Ruth Dupree, 
Ottie Gettier, Thelma Purnell, Rosalin Wahrman, Anna Ballard, 
Shirley Weinberger, Jean Howard, Cynthia Mason, Anne Vander- 
berry, Louise Stanton, Hattie Elliot, Jean Hill, Willa Jones, Florence 
Games, Lillian Johnson, Shirley Jeleza. 

OFFICERS 

President ANNE LASSITER 

Vice-President JEAN BOYD 

Secretary HELEN DeFREES 

Treasurer DORIS HANSEN 

Sponsor . . MISS MARY CORNELIA STAHR 




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Ron 1 : Doris Hansen, Dorothy Hansen, Clara Volmer Virginia Gritfen, Ralph Jackson, KK in 
Santos, Ruth Nagle, Charles Middleton. 

Rote -': Robert Harrell. Gr.rland McCov, Rubv Basnight, Irene Chernitger, Pete Buchanan, 
Philip Bress. Frances Davis. 

Reii' 3: Arthur Guille, Roy Martin. Edward Page Preston. Harvv Jones. Gilbert Reveille, 
Preston Blake, Charles Brooks. Whidbee Powell. 



President 
Vire-President 
Sect i tary 
Treasurer 
Sponsor . 



OFFICERS 



RALPH JACKSON 

CHARLES MinDLETON 

ELVIX SANTOS 

CLARA VOLMER 

MISS [ONE FACLEV 




Roil- 1 : Buddy Knighton, Allan Muse, Gus Karnezis, Alber; Crosby, Whidbee Powell. 

Row 2: Ben Branch, Ruby Calhoun, Rethea Stevens, I r von a Morrow, Philip Mason, lone Fauley. 

Row 3: Billy Hutz, Roy Martin, Harvey Dickson, Harry Jones, Alan White, Leslie Bobbitt. 




Ood.aliir.as JL^atioa 

Front: Jimmie Low Wingfield, Marian Harris, Marian Kendrick, Jacque- 
line Madden, Florence Games, Travis Meech, Jimmy Taylor. 
Inset: Becky Harris, Knox Pannell. 

Row 2: Mrs. Stiff, Doris Nygaard, Dorothy Wheeler, Susanne Decker, 
Ruth Tapper, Mary Margaret East, Elaine Dickinson, Marjory Byrd, 
Manning Batten. 

Row 3: Willa Jones, Jane Hess, Anne Lassiter, Ellen Phlager, Caroline 
Cory, Inez Batten, Mary Ambrose, Odie Beckham, Anne Evans, Alan 
Jungbeck. 

Row 4: Richard Hass, Warren Evans, Harry Pincus, Franklin Kerkoff, 
Fred Sawyer, Lane Stokes, Sam Face, Waverly Dashiell, Joe Cor- 
letto, Lewis Kirby. 

OFFICERS 

President FLORENCE GAMES 

Vice-President ODIE BECKHAM 

Secretary AUSTIN OWEN 

Treasurer .... WAVERLY DASHIELL 

Sponsor .... MRS. ANNE MILLER STIFF 




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Front: Bruce Bastian, Marjorie Copeland, Eleanor Pincus, Helen DeFrees. Lucine 
Schmitz, Jean Guy, Elizabeth Dunbar, Kathryne Berry, Virginia Stiles. 

Row 2: May MacQuibben, Dorothy Wheeler, Phyllis Tally, Margaret Low. Ellen 
Epple, Alice Kerus, Esther Jett, Patricia Sruitte, Jacqueline Duncan, Jac- 
queline Dozier. 

Roir i: Guy Storetenhurgh. Anne Snuth, Jean Boyd, June Wilson, Marguerite 
White, Dot Wilson, Fay Martin, Betty D. Lotz, Paul Carpenter. Emma J. 
Calevas, Anne Holm, Alice Page. 

Rou<4: Caroline Cory, Evelyn Ficarra, Sarah Anne Cunning, Betty Preston, Jeanne 
Clark, Jacqueline Hoagland, Thelma Williams, Louise Han is, Jean Outland, 
Grace A. Hosford, Margaret Baker. 

Row 5 : Sidney Coplan, Julian Baum, Edward Sever, Lucille Potts, Elizabeth Jake- 
man, Anna Hanks, {Catherine Anderson, Ruth Nottingham, Anne Gough, 
Fannie Brooke, Marianne Mearig, Annabel Alexander, Dorothy \\ eisiger. 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretaries 
Treasurer 

Sponsor 

Honorary Members 



ELIZABETH DUNBAR 

LUCINE SCHMITZ 

ELEANOR PINCUS and JEAN GUY 

HELEN DeFREES 

MISS MARY WOODARD 

MISS CHERRY NOTTINGHAM 

MR. LEMUEL F. GAMES 




JL*e Cvercle Jr rancais 

Raw 1 : Frances Ward, Suzanne Eyman, Toy Easterling, Dorothy Wheeler, Ruth 
Tupper, Marian Harris. 

RoivZ: Miss Woodard, Elizaheth Williamson, Prudence Roberts, Anne Lassiter, 
Barbara Ann White, Melba Frost, Ena Scott. 

Row 3: Winifred Pollock, Sona Dunston, Charlotte Levine, Margaret Coplon, May 
MacQuibben, Jimmie Wingfield, Doris Cofer, Helen DeFrees. 

Rate 4: William Graham, Fred Cooper, Martha Jones, Odie Beckham, Annetta 
Trefry, Betty Capps, Sunshine Trumbo. 



MEMBERS NOT IN PICTURES 

Gail Anselme, Anna Ballard, Paul Braman, Betty Galium, Thelma Chance, 
Helen Champion, Mariam Cheman, Randel Cole, Joseph Corletto, Hope Crosby, 
Grace Dalton, Helen Dillard, Dick Emmanuel, Lorraine Flax, Jack Flynn, Ray 
Fitchett, Vera Fitchett, Helen Foster, Grady Gatlin, Vernice Gornto, Gladys Guidt, 
Beverley Hammond, Ruth Hartley, Eleanor Hoosack, Adrienne Johnson, Catherine 
Jones, Evelyn Jones, Louise Jones, Shirley Kolodney, Sylvia Kruger, Doris Leach, 
Stanley Legum, Virginia Machen, Ruth Claire Marx, Ken Murray, Valerie Myers, 
Trudy Nordlinger, Robert Nusbaum, Sara Oberg, Margaret Organ, Jean Owens, 
Margaret Pennington, Charlotte Parker, Edna Pierce, Barbara Phillips, Elizabeth 
Reed, Pearl Reynolds, David Rose, Bobby Robinson, Charles Robinson, Nidsey Robin- 
son, Sam Sandler, Daisey Savers, Douglas Sheilder, Sara Stiles, Charles Surran, Leon 
Sutton, Helen Smith, Alfred Tatman, Mary Urquhart, Rosalie Wahrman, Lillian 
Williams. 




v^anmoii IVLaflieiiiatics v^inb 

Front: Max Baumeister, Harry Dudley, Preston Breeden, Dick Owen, 
Allan Muse, Miss Douthat, Billy Old, Dorsey Cooper, Baxter Carr, 
Johnny Tazewell, Terry Mullins, Henry Hunter, Walter Devaney, 
Stock Mitchell, Billy Redfern, Vincent Thomas. 

Row 2: Hugh.Simcoe, Harold Brown, Jimmy Karnezis, Phillip Davis, 
George Stokes, James Simmons, Joe Burnham, Mr. L. F. Games, 
Martyn Richardson, Jimmy Williams. 

OFFICERS 

President ALLAN MUSE 

Vice-President .... MAX BAUMEISTER 

Secretary DICK OWEN 

Treasurer JOE BURNHAM 

Sponsor .... MISS CHAMPE DOUTHAT 




Oypaicia iVLainlieiiiaicics Dociefy 



Ann Warren Schuler 
Arsena Gilbert 
Betty Lyons 

Muriel Shapiro 
Betty Hilton 

Inez Batten 
Jane Bryant 
Lucy Spencer 
Dorothy Hansen 
Doris Hansen 



Ann Holm 
Frances Hodges 
Marianna Mearig 
Florence Games 
Charlotte Parker 
Ruth Moore 

Sylvia Kruger 
Odie Beckham 
Leota Sherman 
Frances Jarvis 

Lois Mae Simons 



OFFICERS 

President RUTH MOORE 

Vice-President .... MAY MacQUIBBEN 

Secretary HELON WALLACE 

Treasurer FRANCES JARVIS 

Sponsor .... MISS CATHARINE RIDDLE 

Those not appearing in picture: May MacQuibben, Sheila Seawell, Eleanor 
Hoosack, Helen DeFrees, Jeannette Rawls, Julia Cropper, Mary Jane 
Batts, Mildred Cox, Louise Stanton, Bona Fay Godfrey. 




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Front: May MacQuibben, Lois Pritchard, Thelma Klyver, Byrd Smith, 
Jean Outland, Miss Bradshaw, Eleanor Hoosack, Mildred Cox, Betty 
Preston, Sue Davis, Hilda Kuck, Pamela Carpenter, Kitty Kerns. 

Row 2: Grace Ann Hosford, Ralph Jackson, Audrey Worsham, Louise 
Whitehurst, Esther Jett, Irene Sanford, Carol McGee, Knox Pannill, 
Mary Levy, Dorothy Mitchell, Ann Lassiter, Miss Norsworthy, Helen 
DeFrees. 

Row 3: Billy Old, John Prince, Martha Lee Hoffman, Luther White, 
George Storminger, Eleanor Pincus, Edward Schuffman. 







OFFICERS 




FALL TERM 






SPRING TERM 


Esther Jett 




President 


Martha Lee Hoffman 


John Prince . 




I ice-President 


John Prince 


Irene Sanford 




Secretary 


Eleanor Hoosack 


Lutlu-r White 




Treasurer 


. Luther White 


Miss He mice Br 


adshaw 


Sponsor 


Miss Prances Norsworthy 




Hi-Y 

Front: Christian Peterson, Edward Wolcott, Edward Gallagher, William 
Romm, Harry Jones, Wells Gresham, William Old, William Red- 
fern, Alan Muse, Vincent Thomas, Claude Nock. 

Rozc 2: Claude Norman, Bentley Edmonds, Charles Robinson, Harry Dud- 
ley, Linwood Home, Charles Hunter, Edward Sever, Thomas Gwalt- 
ney, Lankford Whitehurst, William Meredith, Walter North, Richard 
Owen, Max Baumeister, Paul Hart. 

Row 3: Archie Johnson, Preston Blake, Caldwell Cooke, Henry Hunter, 
Edward Twine, Henry Luhring, George Stokes. 

Roiv 4: Harry McCoy, Cary Savage, Edward Propes, Preston Breeden, 
John Carr. 

OFFICERS 

President WILLIAM ROMM 

Vice-President HARRY JONES 

Treasurer EDWARD WOLCOTT 

Corresponding Secretary . EDWARD GALLAGHER 
Recording Secretary . . . CLAUDE NORMAN 
Chaplain .... CHRISTIAN PETERSEN 




Jnligli Oclkool Sihidenlt vJhib 

Front: Katherine Sutton, Elizabeth Folke, Mary Lee Keenan, Betty Funk, Peggy Moores, Mildred 
Brushwood, Barbara Jones, Betty Moorehead, Margaret Smith. 

Row 2: Elizabeth Brownlee, Elvin Santos, Phyllis Hudgins, Audrey Kirsch, Mercelia Walker, 
Jane Williams, Carmen Shapler, Betty Bradley, Helen Dillard. 

Roiu3: Christine Opolos, Elizabeth Jakeman, Myrtle Amory, Dorothy Allen, Prudence Roberts, 
Gladys Barr, Annis Cuthrell, Helen Keehn, Dorothy Giles, Gail Anselme, Margaret 
Gainfort. 

Roiv4: Kathleen Sams, Elizabeth Reed, Eva Holloway, Anita Wigmore, Annette Holland, 
Marion Blackwell, Shirley Nixon, Helen Douros, Sheila Seawell, Kathryn Brownlee, 
Lillian Williams, Grace Reveille, Frances Clarke. 

Row 5: Teresa Burgess, Yvonne Crumpler, Martha Jo Mitchell, Dorothy Dimling, Vergilia 
Gregory, Margie Beck, Anne Evans, Willa Jones, Margaret Byrd, Marjorie Powell, 
Nancy Sanders, Norma Porter. 

OFFICERS 



President ..... 
/ ice-President .... 

Secretary ..... 

Treasurer ...... 

Lenders — M. Elizabeth Dunbar, H. 

Jo Mitchell, R. Helen Wallace, \ 

Nixon, C. Dorothj 
Sponsor 
Girl Reserve Secretary . 



FLETA GREGORY 

SHIRLEY MALBON 

BETTY LYONS 

ELEANOR HOOSACK 

Elizabeth Reed, G. Martha 

Shirley Malbon, \\ . Shirley 

Dimling, A. Lucy Spencer, N. Jean Guy. 

MISS MARY S. MOORE 

MISS LUCILE SHIRLEY 




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Front: Helen Swindell, Louise Stanton, Marion Kea, Travis Meech, Helen DeFrees, Neill 
Veazey, Julia Cropper, Phyllis Shriver, Constance McGrath. 

Row 2: Amba Parsons, Katherine Shore, Kathleen Parlette, Antoinette Contrada, Marion Mur- 
ray, Hilda Kuck, Nettie Durante, Anne Holm, Rose Margiotta, Eleanor Hoosack. 

Row 3: Lucy Spencer, Caroline Webster, Jean Norris, Marianna Mearig, Elizabeth Ambrecht, 
Margaret . Byrd, Leota Sherman, Doris Hansen, Dorothy Hansen, Inez Batten, Pearl 
Reynolds, Helen Wulzer, Margaret Spencer. 

Row 4: Anne Vanderberry, Shirley Malbon, Dorothy Kuck, Betty Bridges, Annette Johns, Mary 
Sue Ireland, Margaret Williams, Fleta Gregory, Thelma Williams, Betty Lyons, Blanche 
Porter, Mary Payne Baldwin, Marjorie Baldwin, Mildred Williams. 

Ro<w5: Evelyn Stawls, Jean Chapman, Gaynelle Simpson, Inez Copperthite, Ruth Rieley, Jean 
N'agle, Hope Crosby, Delores Byrd, Augusta Williams, Mary Atkinson, Ruth Nagle, 
Betty Dean Lotz, Adrienne Johnson, Frances Garris. 

Ro<u: 6: Caroline Young, Helon Wallace, Anne Lassiter , Elsie Barton, Mabel Lois Kirkwood, 
Doris Leach, Reathia Stevens, Daisy Sayers, Evelyn Jones, Barbara Phillips, Virginia 
Hitchings, Kathleen Hough, Jean Guy, Elizabeth Dunbar. 




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Front: Clifford Speros, Patricia Clarke, Alexander Padis. 

Row 2: Mary Payne Baldwin, Louise Mason, Roger Hedgpeth. 

Row 3: George Stokes, Claude Norman, Paul Kaufmann. 

Row 7: Gwendolyn Carroll, Jean Howard, Elizabeth Turner, John Prince, 

Howard Legum, Harvey Parker, Elizabeth Reid, Ruth Hartley, 

Esther Lesser. 
Row 5: Marianna Mearig, Elizabeth Brownlee, Dorothy Williamson, Fleta 

Gregory, Ruth Tupper, Lucille Speros, Emma Jean Calevas, Gwyn- 

dolyn Campbell, Nell Richard, Ralph O'Dette. 
Row 6: Elizabeth Moorehead, Dorothy Sheil, Mary Lee Henighst. 
Row7: Leslie Bobbitt, Cynthia Mason, Albert Crosby. 

OFFICERS 

President CLIFFORD SPEROS 

Vice-President .... PATRICIA CLARKE 

Secretary ALEXANDER PADIS 

Sponsors .... MISS HELEN DAVIDSON 

MISS ROSAMOND LARMOUR 




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Sitting, left to right: Fannie Brooke, Florence Games, Morris Tischler, 
Charles Robinson, Irene Gordon, Emma Jean Calevas. 

Standing, left to right: Randall Cole, Richard Lieban, Nancy Earnest, 
Caroline Wiley, Patricia Clarke, Mary Gwynne Campbell, Harry 
Dudley, Terry Mullins. 

Members not in picture: Evelyn Jones, Margaret Organ, Max Baumeister. 



FALL TERM 

Caroline Wiley 

Harry Dudley 

Mary Gwynne Campbel 

Randall Cole 

Miss Virginia Johnson 



OFFICERS 

President 
J ice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Representative to Publications 

Sponsor 



SPRING TERM 

Caroline Wiley 

Patricia Clarke 

Mary Gwynne Campbell 

. Charles Robinson 

Miss Virginia Johnson 




OnnltiiiLg CJuilb 

Front: Arnold Lindblad, Lee Jarvis, Frank Smith, H. L. Berry, Henry 
Felton, Vernon Neigenrind. 

Row2: Isaac Klavans, Jack Lemon, Dave Robertson, Bill Copeland, Dick 
Jarvis, John Carroll, Dan Katzoff. 

OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 

. tary-Treasurer . 
Chairman 



MR. HERMAN L. BERRY 
. . . LEE JARVIS 

. . HENRY FELTON 
. DAVE ROBERTSON 




Glee Quit 

Front: Josephine Lo Cascio, Helen Perlin. 

Row 2: Margaret Spencer, Dorothy Hansen, Lucy Spencer, Constance 
Ferebee, Louise Burroughs. 

Row 3: Thelma Purnell, Doris Hansen, Barbara Anne White, Marjorie 
Baldwin, Annabell Alexander, Charlotte Brewster. 

OFFICERS 

President LUCY SPENCER 

Vice-President . . . CONSTANCE FEREBEE 

Secretary DOROTHY HANSEN 

Treasurer .... ANNE VANDERBERRY 
Sponsor MRS. SENA B. WOOD 




Art Qui 



Front: Dorothy Sheil, Emma Jean Calevas, Jean Chapman, Mary Ferebee. 

Seated: Edgar Lipman, Elise Bunting, Jacqueline Hanson, Toy Easterling, 
Selma Caplan. Lorraine Brown, Suzanne Decker. 

Row 2: James Hanson, William Sherman, Gale Anselm, Jean Guy, Jean 
Taylor, George Stokes, Jean Howard, Margaret Smith. 



P resilient . 

I 'ire -President 

Secretary . 

Treasurer . 

Sergeant-at-Arms 



OFFICERS 

. . EMMA JEAN CALEVAS 

. . . . JAMES HANSON 

. . RUTH CLAIRE MARX 

. BETTY MOOREHEAD 

. . . GEORGE STOKES 

MESS ELIZABETH RICHMOND 



Sponsor . 

\dembers not in picture: Ruth Claire Marx, Edward Small, Betty Moore- 
head, Anastasia Durous, Lucille Munden, Marian Rew. 



MUSIC 






ROBERT MAU 



MRS. SENA B. WOOD 



ERNEST L. KING 




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Left to right: 

Verde Hearne, Violin 
Ernestine Tegg, Piano 
Anne Vanderberry, Flute 








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Front: Jacqueline Madden, Louise McCormick, Ruth Moore, Annabell Alexander, Nancy 
Earnest, Erma Lee Moore, Helen Perlin, Eileen Garrett, 

Ro<w2: Jean Norris, Jeanne Clark, Jane McConville, Sophia Constantine, Beverly Turock, 
Winifred Shipp, Ruth Dunstan, Madaline Cropper, Florence Games. 

Row 3: John Dalton, Sara Goodwyn, Claire Doyle, Lucy Spencer, Dorothy Staples, Louise 
Mason, Marion Kendrick, Edna Pierce, Camilla Refsahl, Anne Williams, Marianna 
Mearig. 

Row 4-: Joe Kofsky, Kathleen Crawley, Edith Leighton, William Donovan, Kinter Bernard, 
Clifton Williams, Mary E. Vaughan, Doorthy Pierce, Helen Sawyer, Ruth Woodhouse, 
Marjorie Childress. 

Row 5: Bill Robinette, Milton Norman, Ralph Jackson, Bernard Phelps, Claude Nock, Billy 
Hall, Clyde Parker, Luther White, Henry Bisschop, Mae Graves, Margaret Mays. 

Roto 6: Berkeley Ormond, Fred Ebner, Billy Meissel, Henry McDermott, Alexander Padis, 
Fred Jordan, Caldwell Cooke, John Richards, Dicky Jarvis, Paul Brannan, Lankford 
Whitehurst. 

OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 

Secretary 
Treasurer 
Sponsor . 



LUCY SPENCER 

LANKFORD WHITEHURST 

JACQUELINE MADDEN 

CLAUDE NOCK 

MRS. SENA B. WOOD 




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Front: Jean Norris, Marianna Mearig, Florence Games, Nancy Earnest, 
Annabell Alexander. 



Row 2: Helen Sawyer, Ruth Moore, Eileen Garrett, Beverly Turock, 
Winifred Shipp, Jane McConnville, Helen Perlin. 





iVjLanary L^onceri Orcliesltra 

Left to right, sitting: Lucille Tegg, Helon Wallace, Shirley Foiles, William Garlette, Donald 
Butler, Virginia Belanga, Verde Hearn, Fulton Wright, Robert Carr, Eleanor Heberlin, 
Howard Kruger, Robert Salzberg, Tillie Mendelssohn, Frank Pannella, Dorothy Holt, 
Raleigh Jones, George Hardy, Ruth Jones. 

Standing: Lorraine Senter, Morris Friedman, Lawrence Hallet, Charles Brooks, Preston 
Breeden, Ernestine Tegg, Joseph Patterson. 



R. Ernest King, Director 



VIOLINS 

Virginia Belanga 
Norman Mick 
Helon Wallace 
Verde Hearn 
Lucille Tegg 
Shirley Foiles 
Dorothy Holt 
Ruth Jones 
George Hardy 
Frank Pannella 

VIOLA 

Eleanor Heberlin 

VIOLONCELLO 

Tillie Mendelssohn 



STRING BASSES 

Preston Breeden 
Ernestine Tegg 
Joseph Patterson 

CLARINETS 

William Garlette 
Fulton Wright 
Howard Kruger 
Robert Salzberg 

CORNETS 
Lawrence Hallet 
Morris Friedman 
Raleigh Jones 

TROMBONES 
Donald Butler 
Robert Carr 

TVMPANI 

Lorraine Senter 




iVlaiULFy otnng Orcfiesfra 

Left to right, sitting: Ruth Jones, Shirley Foiles, Verde Hearn, George Hardy, Virginia Belanga, 
Lucille Tegg, Helon Wallace, Frank Pannella, Eleanor Heberlin, Dorothy Holt, Tillie 
Mendelssohn. 

Standing: Preston Breeden, Ernestine Tegg, Joseph Patterson. 



VIOLINS 

Verde Hearn 
Virginia Belanga 
Helon Wallace 
Ruth Jones 
Dorothy Holt 
George Hardy 
Lucille Tegg 
Frank Pannella 
Shirley Foiles 



VIOLA 

Eleanor Heherlin 

VIOLONCELLO 
Tillie Mendelssohn 

CONTRABARS 

Preston Breeden 
Ernestine Tegg 
Joseph Patterson 




iVLanLiry JVILin.sti'el Orchestra 

Left In right, sitting: Brax:on McCaskey, Wilbert Fishburne, Dorothy Holt, Ruth Jones, Verde 
Hearn, Helon Wallace, Lawrence Hallet, James Hudgins, Morris Friedman, Eleanor 
Heberlin, Robert Carr, Ernestine Tegg, Mitlon Norman. 

Heberlin, Robert Carr, Ernestine Tegg, Milton Norman. 



VIOLINS 

Ruth Jones 
Verde Hearn 
Helon Wallace 
Dorothy Holt 

GUITAR 

Milton Norman 

ACCORDIAN 
Ernestine Tegg 



SAXOPHONE 

James I [udgins 
Eleanor Hebe lin 

TRUMPETS 

Lawrence Hallet 
Morris Friedman 

TROM BOXES 

Emmett Fogle 
Robert Carr 



DRUMS 

Braxton McCaskey 

PIANO 

\Yilbert Fishburne 



BASSES 

Preston Breeden 
Earlander .Miller 

Norman Mick, Student Leade 



Robert Salzbe 
Fulton Wright 
■ ward Kruge 
\\ illiam Garlette 



Till ie Mendelssohn 
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Maury 

Merry 

Minstrels 

Twenty-iirst Anniversary 
1939 

Friday, April 28 
Saturday, April 29 



PROGRAM 



PROLOGUE— April Minstrel Marches Maury Band 

A. MINSTRELS IN HARMONIA Breezes and Wheezes from Dixie-Land 

The songs and jokes of yesterday, O Minstrelsy, we borrow; 

Mayhap, perchance, perhaps a few, that you may hear — tomorrow! 

Opening Chorus — "Happy Days" Maury Minstrels 

Gentlemen, Be Seated 

"Got to Get Some Shut-Eye" Randal Aydlette 

"Penny Serenade" Henry Bisschop 

Maury Merrimacs — "A Little Close Harmony" ... Caldwell Cooke, 

Claude Nock, Luther White, and Jack Alley 

"You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" John Dalton 

"We'll Never Know" Cary Savage 

Dance Novelty — "Turkey in the Straw" Buddy Morris 

Silver Trio — "If I Loved You More" Milton Norman, John Dalton, 

and Kinter Bernard 

"Hurry Home" • Ladd Walker 

"Jeepers Creepers" Jack Alley 

"Never Felt Better, Never Had Less" William Williams 

"I Promise You" Fred Jordan 

Endman Novelty — "Transportation, Please". David Roane, 

William Williams, Randal Aydlette, and Charles Laird 

Closing Chorus — "Thanks for Everything" Maury Minstrels 



B. MINSTRELS IN SWINGLANDIA Maury Merry Swingstrelsy 

O Orchestra! O Orchestra! Oh, what it could be handia, 
Than music, maestro, please — from far away Swinglandia? 

"A Study in Brown" Orchestra Opening 

"The Masquerade is Over" Orchestra, with Milton Norman 

A Study in Jamitry (Math. 3, 4) Braxton McCaskey, James Hudgins, 

and Preston Breeden 

"Hold Tight" Orchestra, with Misses Dolores and Verona Manalili 

"Deep Purple" Orchestra, with Nick ReDavid 

"You're a Sweet Little Headache" .Orchestra, with Miss Shirley Kazin 

"Rainbow Valley" Orchestra Finale 

INTERMISSION 



PROGRAM 



C. MINSTRELS IN UTOPIA A Melodreamer 

O Utopia! O Utopia! Where everything is sunny. 

O Utopia! Where you dope-ia yourself with milk and honey. 



PROGRAM (Continued) 

The Wandering Minstrel John Prince 

Dopey Ed Schuffman 

Ferdinand Knox Pannill and Bill Hubbard 

Toreador David Roane 

Dream Sailboaters Billy Hall and John Dalton 

Stowaway Douglas Shuler 

Caveman Couple Charles Laird and William Williams 

Jungle Couple William Robinette and Leon Saunders 

Third Couple Jerome Hughes and Roy Kennedy 

Paw and Maw Buddy Morris and Miss Helen Strickland 

War Harvey Parker 

Fear Lankford Whitehurst 

Hatred Bill McMurran 

and Maury Chorus 
SYNOPSIS: The Wandering Minstrel and Dopey are looking for that 
Never-Never Land where everything is perfect, and they find that the search 
for peace and contentment is varied. For Ferdinand a bouquet of posies is 
adequate, for others a sailboat fultills their dreams, and for still others the good 
old days of long ago. When War and Fear and Hatred enter into the picture, 
the scene changes to chaos and madness until they are eliminated, and the 
flowers bloom again. Maybe, Ferdinand had the right idea after all. 



John Alexander 
Julian Baum 
Jennings Bennett 
James Fowder 
Wallace Clegg 
William Dodson 
Herbert Garrison 
Stanley Gimbert 
Julian Granger 
Jerome Hughes 
John Richard 
Tommy Gwaltney 
Bill Winfree 
Edward Wo'cott 



MINSTRELS 

BILLY OLD, Interlocutor 
James Irwin 
Ralph Jackson 
James Johnson 
Richard Jarvis 
William Johnson 
William Jones 
Alan Jungbeck 
Elias Kal 
Henry Luhring 
Donald McClarin 
Richard McCarthy 
Granville Sale 
Henry Tomlin 
Harvey Parker 
MAURY STAGE ORCHESTRA 



Wm. McFarland 
Billy Miles 
Robert Nowitzky 
Ralph O'Dette 
Ellis O'Neal 
Berkeley Ormond 
Nick Pezzella 
James Pretlow 
Robert Price 
Joe Ray 
David Refsahl 
Walter Stewart 
Harold Waters 
Leonard Yates 



NORMAN MICK, Maestro 
Master of Ceremonies, Lewis Kirby 
TRUMPETS — Lawrence Hallett, Harry Whitmer, Walter Eisenhower. 
TROMBONES— Emmett Fogle, Carlisle Bean. 
SAXOPHONES — Lawrence Tegg, Norman Olitzky, James Hudgins, Miss Eleanor 

Heberlin. 
BASSES — Preston Breeden, Earlarden Miller. 
GUITAR— Milton Norman. 

VIOLINS— Misses Helon Wallace, Ruth Jones. Dorothy Holt. 
ACCORDION— Miss Ernestine Tegg. 
DRUMS— Braxton McCaskey. 
PIANOS — Misses Claire Doyle, Helen Sawyer 

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Sax Quartet William Garlette, Fulton Wright, Robert Salzberg, Howard Kruger 
Mandolin and Guitar Misses Virginia and Marion Salter 

Brass Sextet Raleigh Jones, Don Butler, William MacDonald, 

C. Gilsdorf, Robert Carr, Morris Friedman 



PRODUCTION STAFF— Maury Art DeDartment. 

STAGE AND PROPERTIES— Maury Dramatic Club. 

BUSINESS STAFF — Joseph Burnham, Sidney Coplon, David Rose, and Maury Home 
Room Representatives. 

AUDITORIUM— Mr. E. V. McGehee. 

FACULTY COMMITTEE— Mrs. Sena B Wood, Mrs. Clarice Keeling, Mrs. Virginia 
Rorer, Misses Elizabeth Richmond, Frances Norsworthy, Helen Davidson, Mary 
D. Johnson, Lynette Hamlet, Roberta Hodgkin, Dorothy Walker, and Messrs. 
Ernest King, Robert Mau, Fred Harris, Raymond Casey, Herman Williams, 
Henri Rorer, John Nininger, B. T. Tatem, Harry Norris, and Leroy L. Woodruff. 

ADMINISTRATION— Messrs. A. B. Bristow, C. W. Wilkins, and L. F. Games. 



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Ralph Jackson 
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William Johnson 
William Jones 
Alan Jungbeck 

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Henry Luhring 

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Granville Sale 
Henry Tomlin 
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MAUHY STAGE ORCHESTRA 



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Robert Nowitzky 
Ralph O'Dette 
Ellis O'Neal 
Berkeley Ormond 

Pezzella 
James Pretlow 
Robert Price 
Joe Ray 
David Refsahl 
Walter Stewart 
Harold Waters 

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i:ter of Ceremonies, Lewis Kirby 
: — Lawrence Hallett, Ho er, Walter Eisenhower. 

j:mmett Fogle, Carlisle Bean. 
' 1NES — Lawrence Tegg, Norman Olitzky, James Hudgins, Miss Eleanoi 
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Front Row, left to right: Co-Manager Powell, Burleson, Eichelbaum, Hudgins, Rudiger, Stell, 
Peterson, Long, Canada, Fitzgerald. 

Bii(k Roil-, left to right: Coach Hope, Mani, Dance, Boyce, Cato, Duncan, Barritt, Martone. 
Upton. 

COMMODORES 
of 1959 



Ends: 


Guards: 


Backs 


Dave Fitzgerald 


Harold Hudgins 


Joe Eichelbaum 


Buddy Gin- 


Teddy Barsell 


Emil Serlich 


John Peterson 


Bob Burleson 


Raymond Ellis 


Tackles: 

Bill Canada 


Jimmy Erwin 
Centers : 


Yirg'nius Stell 
Oliver Hanbury 
Bill Ferguson 


Joe Long 


Hewitt Dunn 


Bob Barritt 


Leland Holmes 
Carl Spencer 


Billy Johnson 









Front Row, left to rig/it: Dunn, Guy, Hanbury, Barsell, Serlich, Ferguson, Ervvin, Johnson and 
Co-Manager Hanbury. 

Biuk Row, left to right: Deshields, Spencer, Holmes, Kaufman, Luhring, Jones, Mapp, Ander- 
son, and Assistant Coach Hughes. 

COMMODORES 
of 1939 

1939 SCHEDULE AND SCORES 



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Hampton . 

Woodrow Wilson _ 

Newport News 

McKinley Lech . _ 

Petersburg . 7 

John Marshall . . 6 

Washington-Lee - . 

Thomas Jefferson . 6 



Maury .12 

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Maury . 20 

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Top Arch: 

Judith Gray, Jimmy Duffy, Ralph 
O'Dette, Elizabeth Reed, Katherine 

Kerns, Mary Russell Gum. 

Center Three: 

Julia Burroughs, Jacqueline Holly, Lucy 
Copeland. 

Center Five: 

Frances Church, Catherine Jones, Mae 
Graves, Frances Powell, Ruth Schaeffer. 

Bottom Two: 

Gordon Price, Ann Gough. 

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When the Commodore squad of 1938 began the practice routine at the beginning of September, 
there were few Maury football followers who expected the Commodores to attain the heights reached 
at various times during the season. Prospects were good, hut not too good. Maury is a large school, 
however, and contains "full many a gem of purest ray serene," athletically speaking, who are apt to 
mix up all the metaphors and dope by rising from the dark unfathomed ranks on the football bench 
and shining brightly, regardless 
of the opposition in any given 
year. 

This happened in 1938, when 
new candidates filled in the 
places of those who had been 
graduated ; new names on the 
score card ; new stars in the 
Maury football firmament. At 
the close of the season, the Com- 
modores of 1938 could look 
back upon seven victories, one 
tie game, and two closely con- 
tested losing battles. 

After two weeks of practice 
in September, Coach George 
Hope and Assistant Coach Sid- 
ney Hughes selected the start- 
ing line-up which was main- 
tained more or less throughout 

the season ; Dave Fitzgerald and George Guy on the 
tackle, Teddy Barsell and Harold Hudgins at guard, 
quarter, Raymond Ellis, Emil Serlich, and Oliver Hanbury in the backfield. Another sterling back 
during the season was husky Virginius Stell, a converted end with the drive and defensive tactics of 
a bull, and we don't mean Ferdinand. 




Ellis Rips "Off-tackle" Behind Guy and Hughes 



ends, massive Bill Canada and Joe Long at 
Hewitt Dunn at center, Joe Eichelbaum at 



The first game of the season was played in September at Paterson, New. Jersey, a return en- 
gagement with Pompton Lakes High School. Played in the rain on a slippery field, the game resulted 
in an unlooked for victory for the Commodores. A pass from Ellis to Guy set the ball in scoring 
position, and Serlich went off tackle for the first touchdown of the campaign. Later Canada and 
Guy blocked a Maroon kick and Guy picked up the skidding ball and ran thirty yards for the second 

score. Maury 
12, Pompton 
Lakes 0. 

The next 
game, also 
away from 
home, found 
the Commo- 
dores in their 
first confer- 
ence tilt with 
Jefferson Sen- 
ior High in 
Roanoke. A 
bright sun 
shone down 
upon the two 
teams impar- 
tially a s t h e 
c o n t e s tants 
battled hard 
but to no ad- 
vantage, and 
the result was 




Fitzgerald Scores One as the Commodores Inaugurate the Home Season 




Wilson Shows Chagrin and Anguish as the Ellis-Fitz- 
gerald Combination Completes Another. 



other members of the Presidential 
party, but once more the tide 
which has favored the Commo- 
dores in recent years was taken at 
the flood by the Maury team, and 
once more the Presidents went 
down to defeat. Maury 20, Wood- 
row Wilson 0. 

The Commodores then went on 
a short cruise across the Roads to 
Newport News, and there met up 
with a much improved Shipbuilder 
team. Spurred on by the efforts of 
its stars, McClelland and Sokol, 
the Newport News Typhoon 
played on even terms or better 
with the Sons of Maury until, 
finally, Serlich sifted through from 
the eighteen-yard line to score the 
lone winning touchdown. Maury 
7, Newport News 0. 

Maury once again upset pre-game 
forecasts in the game with McKin- 



another tie that binds out school so closely with 
our friends from the Magic City. Maury 0, Jef- 
ferson Senior 0. 

And then came the opening home game of 
the vear at Foreman Field, with the Hampton 
Crabbers as opponents. Fate seems to have destined 
a fine home debut for the sons of Maury, and fate 
did us proud in this important Tidewater game. 
More than one Commodore eleven in past seasons 
saw its record smashed by the mighty little school 
from across Hampton Roads. This vear it was 
different. In a game featured by the running of 
Phil Edmonds of Hamnton and the clicking of 
the Maury passing combination of Ellis to Fitz- 
gerald for the winning score, the whole Maury 
line from end to end turned in a fine performance, 
while Stell and Eilchelbaum played stellar de- 
fensive ball. Maury 6, Hampton 0. 

Woodrow Wilson of Port-mouth invaded 
Foreman Field the following week-end, and a 
great crowd saw these two ancient and friendly 
rivals, the Commodores and the Presidents, forge 
another link in the traditional football chain 
that extends back through the years. Walter 
Dixon of Portsmouth played valiantly, as did 





Happy Landings, Mr. Moncrief! 



In a Symphony of Rhythm, Guy Gathers the Elusive Spheroid as Stell 

Comes in fast. 



ley Technical High School of 
Washington, D. C. The Com- 
modores still kept their goal 
line untarnished as they scored 
three touchdowns against the 
District team, and converted the 
extra points. Maury 21, Mc- 
Kinley Tech 0. 

Then came the day, long to 
be remembered by Maury fol- 
lowers, when the team went to 
Petersburg. The day was dark 
and wet, heavy with forebod- 
ings of things to come. Hun- 
dreds of supporters journeyed 
by train and car to the Cockade 
City to see Maury and Peters^ 




A Wee Bit Off Balance, but Joe Made 25 Yards on the Play. 



burg play ; each undefeated at 
the kick-off. His majesty, Jupi- 
ter Pluvius, reigned over Cam- 
eron Field that day as the two 
teams fought each other in a ti- 
tanic muddle. The contest was 
so close that only a break for 
one or the other could decide 
the issue. A Petersburg punt 
was downed on the Maury ten 
yard line, and a moment or so 
later the slippery ball eluded 
the grasp of a Maury back, and 
the fumble was retrieved by 
Petersburg on the Commodore 
one yard line. A couple of tries 

and Everly leaped over the final line for the score. A lateral marked the point after touchdown, and 
for the first time Maury had been scored on and defeated, although making the larger number of 
first downs. The journey back was wet and cold. Maury 0, Petersburg 7. 

This mid-season sag in the fortunes of the Commodores manifested itself again the following 
week-end as the John Marshall team from Richmond won the next Foreman Field game. Maury 
was able to stop the onward surge of the John Marshall line and the great playing of the Richmond 
quarterback, Tommy Moncrief, but fell victim to a long forward pass that Keyser, John Marshall 
end, grabbed from the stratosphere beyond Maury's defensive backs and continued a few yards un- 
hindered for the score. Maury had the same opportunity in the second half as it struggled onward 
toward the John Marshall goal line, onward to the crowning moment of football, but the final 
passes fell short of the goal. The game was one of the most colorful of the season as the John 
Marshall Cadet Corps and Hand were present and lent a military atmosphere to the gridiron battle. 
Maury 0, John Marshall 6. 

The next game, with Washington-Lee High School of Clarendon, was an illustration of the 
general truth that it is never safe to play the Commodores after they have lost a couple of games. 
The local boys bounce back. Maury, crushed to earth, shall rise again. That was the slogan of the 
Commodores as they went into action against the Generals from Northern Virginia. Washington-Lee 
had a plucky football team, but they were definitely outclassed as the Mauryites rose to former 
heights. Maury 37, Washington-Lee 0. 

Thanksgiving Day arrived and with it the annual Turkey Day football classic with Thomas 
Jefferson High School of Richmond, at Foreman Field. Another dark and gloomy day, but this time, 
as the Maury Band played "Maury Will Shine Tonight," the Commodores were not to be denied. 
They closed their season with a satisfying victory over the Jeffersonians, as Serlich found his way 
for fifteen yards through the opponents' line for the first score, and with Dave Fitzgerald receiving 
a Hanbury pass over the goal line for the second and final touchdown. In the final moments, amid 
the gathering darkness, a Jefferson end who was far out from the milling players rose from obscurity 
and clutched a long pass as he plodded his weary way without opposition toward the goal line for 
the lone Richmond marker. Maury 13, Thomas Jefferson 6. 

Thus ended another season. The Commodores had scored 116 points total to the opponents' 
19; they had played together without thought of stressing individual ambitions, but rather with the 
slogan of "One for all and all for one." This is the greatest tribute we can give, as we look back 
upon the loyalty and perseverance of the team and reserves on the Maury football squad of 1938. 




Serlich Skirts the Flank as Hudgins and Barsell Clear the Way. 



A TOAST TO THE COMMODORES 

Let others sing of Service teams, of Anm and the Navy; 

Of Mascot Mules and Bill) Goats, of grand old Slum and Gravy. 

Let others sing of Gray Cadets, and Caissons rolling by — 

Me? I'll take the Commodores, the Suns of Maun High! 

Let others sing of Duke and Pitt, of Iron Dukes ami Panthers; 
Of Notre Lame and Southern Cal, of Rose Howls and Acanthus. 
Let others sing of Franklin Field, and Durham's snowy sky - 
Me? I'll take the Commodores, the Sons of Maun High! 



(Our record would he incomplete if we did not again give credit to the staff of the Norfolk 
Division of the College of William and Mary for their splendid assistance at the Stadium, to the 
Maury High School Hand for its contribution of color and stirring marches, to our friendly oppo- 
nents and rivals, and to the thousands of Maury supporters who have cheered the Son- of Maury 
High! 

FOOTBALL SUMMARY 



Maun 12 

Maury 

Maun 6 

Maury _. . 20 

Maury .. 7 

Maury 21 

Maun 

Maury 

Maury 37 

Maury 13 

116 



Pompton Lakes, N. J. ... 

Jefferson Senior . 

Hampton 

Wood row Wilson 

Newport News .. (I 

McKinley Tech . 

Petersburg 7 

John Marshall 6 

Washington-Lee 

Thomas Jefferson 6 



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BASKET BALL 




Back Rote, Icjt to right: Halpern, Power, Guy, Peterson, Gustin, Holland, Manager Hoppe. 
Front Rote, left to right: Coach Hope, Brenner, Stell, Rubin, Thomas, Macon and Callahan. 

SEASON'S RECORD IN CONDENSED FORM 



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Maury Alumni 

University of Richmond Frosh 

Hampton 

Newport News 

Thomas Jefferson 

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John Marshall 

Thomas Jefferson . 

Petersburg 

Newport News . 

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William and Mary Frosh .. 

John Marshall 

University of Richmond Frosh 

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Coach George Hope had to build his basketball team from the ground up this year, and since 
the boys available weren't so tall, Maury had to be content with a fair to middling season, with 
seven wins and ten losses. 

Vincent Thomas and Aubrey Power were the only reserves from the previous year, but various 
positions were filled capably by Julius Rubin, Jack Callahan, James Macon, George Guy, Vir- 
ginius Stell, John Peterson, and Harry Gustin. As a whole, the team was light in weight and had 
to rely upon a flashy attack and speed to counter the usually larger teams they played. 

The traditional game with Maury Alumni, led by Archie Carroll, was an encouraging begin- 
ning for the Mauiyites, who took the game this year 40 to 39, with Julius Rubin making fifteen 
points. The University of Richmond Freshmen, however, humbled the Commodores by 37 to 26. 

Hampton's Crabber team, with Vanderweigh in form, showed promise of the championship 
caliber that marked its play all season by defeating the Commodores next in the Maury Gym by 
31 to 2l). This was followed by the game with the Newport News Shipbuilders, who always play 
a superior brand of basketry, and once more the Hopemen fell, victims of the Connmen, by the score 
of 35 to 24. 

Maury's hopes took a rise in the next game, played against Thomas Jefferson of Richmond, 
when Callahan and Kubin combined forces to put the T-Jays in the Monticello by the score of 
2/ to 14, which was followed by another victory, this time over the Portsmouth Presidents, 4/ to 29. 
This two-game streak of wins was rudely shattered by Hampton, who, undertaking no policy of ap- 
peasement in their march to the title, defeated the locals 22 to 17, with Vanderweigh and Rubin 
starring. 

In the first of two games with John Marshall of Richmond, the Commodores made the score 
40 to 34, and again defeated Thomas Jefferson by a decisive margin, 45 to 29. Coach Day's Peters- 
burg team, one of the best this year, took the Mauryites 43 to 39 as the Crimson Wave, under Cap- 
tain Jacobs, played fine basketball. 

The Commodores bowed themselves out of the District title in Newport News when the latter 
team played "A-Tisket, A-Tasket" and found those little baskets in sufficient quantity to lead by 
43 to 32, Sokol starring for the Shipbuilders, and Rubin and Power playing well for Maury. Hope- 
well, the next night, found the Commodores in a playing mood, and the game furnished a thriller in 
which King of Hopewell made twenty-two points and brought his team to victory, 50 to 48. 

"On to Richmond'' was the war cry of the embattled Commodores as they went on a four-game 
trip to the historic surroundings of Williamsburg and the Capital City. The stop-over at the College 
of William and Mary and the ensuing contest with the Freshmen resulted in a loss for the Maury 
team by 39 to 26. The battle of Williamsburg was followed by an assault on the Justices in Rich- 
mond, and John Marshall reached another famous decision by the score of 32 to 30. The next night 
saw the University of Richmond Freshmen again defeat the Mapmakers by the close score of 23 to 20, 
with Stell starring for Maury and Pitt for the college team. This series of defeats was broken on 
Saturday when the strong Central District Petersburg team found Maury slightlv superior in the 
final road game, 2i to 20. 

Home again, the Commodores lost no time in making ready for their traditional last game with 
Woodrow Wilson. The Presidents, not particularly strong during the season, made a gallant stand 
but bowed once more to the Maury team, 41 to 24. Outstanding for Maury were Julius Rubin, 
Jimmy Macon, Jack Callahan, Vincent Thomas, and Aubrey Power, who sang their swan songs. 

A glance at the season's record will serve to indicate a satisfactory but not outstanding cam- 
paign. In victory or in defeat, the games were closely contested and played with commendable spirit. 
Thus ends another season. 




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Front: Fulton Wright, Joseph Patterson, William McFarland, Jerry Taylor, Roy Burton, Theo- 
dore Goldstein, Lorraine Senter, Alius Allison, Howard Kruger, William Garlette, Robert 
Salzberg, William Morgan. 

Row J: Linwood Branch, Henry Williams, Laurence Tegg, Bryant Harrell, Walter Eisenhower, 
Harry Whitmer, Morris Friedman, Irving Truitt, Paul Fogle, Charles Brooks, Beverley 
Traylor, James Thompson. 

Ro'iv 3: Mary Kochenderfer, Eleanor Heberlin, Stanley Roberts, Caleb Hurst, Edward Tarken- 
ton, William Kutz, Norman Mick, Kenneth Westman, Edward Truitt, Donald Butler, 
Carlisle Bean, Emmett Fogle, Robert Carr. 

Ro*v J: Preston Breeden, Frank Ivey, James Ferguson, Walter Keene, Rohert Stainberg, Joseph 
Rempson, Earlander Miller. 



TRACK 




Romm, Suter, Coach Casev, Hill, Berrvman, Powel 



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Graduation took a terrible toll in the ranks of Coach Casey's harriers and left him 
with the task of rebuilding from a handful of returning lettermen. The complexity of 
the situation was heightened by the problem of defending the Scholastic Championship 
at the University of North Carolina Indoor Games at Chapel Hill. 

After frenzied practice, Coach Casey was rewarded with the first gleams of a 
successful team. At this crucial moment, disaster chose to strike and the slim chance 
Alaury had possessed disappeaied as Coach Casey went under the surgeon's knife 
with an apendectomv. However, the team made the trip to Chapel Hill and entered 
the tournament. 

The youthful and untried Commodore harriers made a gallant bid, but they were 
no match for the pick of the South's scholastic tracksters. The meet, however, added 
much to the experience and ability of the Maury harriers and prepared them for the 
coming outdoor season. 




Outdoor i ract 



Front: Woodfin, McKay, Hart, Powell, Clayton, Karnezis, Berrvman, Vogelsang. 

Row 2: Cash, Mapp, Henderson, Thornton, Captain Guy, Hill, Fitzgerald, Suter, Romm. 

Roiv .?: Manager Rumble, Hewitt, Johnson, Sanford, Barritt, Warren, Coach Casey. 



TRACK SEASON 



March 31 John Marshall 

April 4 William and Mary Frosh 

April 8 Tidewater Eastern District 

April 13 State Meet at Charlottesville 

April 1 5 Duke Invitational Meet 

April 29 Tidewater Meet at Williamsburg 



BASEBALL 




Front: Oliver Hanburv, John Peterson, Julius Rubin, Clarence Phields, James Dent, Jack 
Callahan, Robert Sagnett, John Dashiell, Leo Branner. 

Back: Manager John Alexander, Louis Ciola, James Macon, Winston Lane, Pete Brown, Bernard 
Cavender, David Blanford, Joseph Baker, Laddie Walker, Peter Holland, Lewis Keller, 
Mack Wilcox, Coach George Hope. 

BASEBALL SEASON 

MAURY OPPONENTS 

April 14 South Norfolk (here) - .19 2 

April 15 Hopewell . 4 10 

April 20 Norfolk Navy Yard Apprentices 8 7 

( 1 innings) 

April 21 Naval Air Station . 7 12 

April 22 Petersburg 9 5 
April 26 William and Mary Frosh . 3 

April 27 Petersburg 3 

April 29 Thomas Jefferson .. 4 2 

Mav 4 Hopewell . 2 5 

May 5 University of Richmond Frosh .2 7 
May 6 Thomas Jefferson . Postponed 

May 10 Navy Yard Apprentices .. 9 6 

May 12 South Norfolk 9 



TENNI 




Redfern, Manager, Richardson, Dixon, Underwood, White, Doumar, McHenrv. Missing from 
picture: Vincent Thomas, Captain. 



TENNIS SEASON 



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MAURY OPPONENTS 

Suffolk 9 

Newport News _. 8 

Hampton 9 

Wilson __„ 3 

Petersburg . ( Postponed) 

Suffolk 8 

Newport News .. 

28, 29 University of North Carolina 
Invitational Interscholastic Tennis Tour- 
nament at Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Wilson ._ 4 

Hampton 7 







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Mr. Games Mr. Williams 

Coach Hope Coach Casey 



Whidbee Powell 
Joseph Long Sonny Akers 
Bob Barritt 
Ray Ellerton 
Winston Lane 
Eddie Hill 
Thomas Dean 



Ray Ellis 
Billy Johnson John Peterson 

Burnley Rudiger Allen Jones 

Dennis Hanbury Bill Fergu?on 
Leland Holmes 
John Alexander 



Bill Canada 
Carl Spencer 
Oliver Hanbury 
Joe Baker 
Teddy Barsell 
Bob Burleson 
Harold Hudgins 



Emil Serlich Joe Eichelbaum 



Hewitt Dunn David Fitzgerald 



President 
Treasurer 

Sponsor 



MONOGRAM CLUB 



. DAVID FITZGERALD 

. WHIDBEE POWELL 

HERMAN M. WILLIAMS 



MAURY REGATTA 



1. The Brockateer, sailed by Frank 

Robinson and Andrew Jones, has 

proven herself 



"Sailing at Sunset" aboard the 
Wind-rider. 



The Moth boat, Puff, owned and 
skippered by Arthur Marshal], may 
be found well up the line in any 
small boat race. 




4. and 5. The Wind-rider, Hampton 
One Design, owned and skippered 
by Robert Harrell, Maury Senior, 
always among the leaders of any 
race. 



MAURY REGATTA 






1. Moth class starting in the Second Labor Day Regatta. 

2. Hampton One Design class starting in the Second Labor Day Regatta. 

3. Knockabout class starting in the Second Labor Day Regatta. 



MAURY REGATTA 



1. Tom Paine's Ranger "tuning up" before the Maury 
Regatta. 

2. Start of tile Small Knockabout Class it) the Maury 
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6. The Hamptons locking for the start in the Maury Regatta. 




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4. Loading up. 

5. The bell rings. 

6. Rain, rain, go away . . . 

7. A winter wonderland. 

8. Rajah comes to Maury. 

9. "Whoopee!" 

10. From the front steps. 

11. Cameraman caught by the earner 

12. Frolicking funsters. 

13. "Maury News" at sixth period. 




The Star of Bethl 

Checkmates. 

Minerva, the Go 

rules the halls. 

Margaret Sears 

The birthplace o 

Culinary experts. 

Coach Casey does a little filming. 

An interesting conversation. 

"Come in a little closer." 

Billy Old . . . Science winner. 

The John Marshall Keydets come 

to town. 







The three who are doctors to 

books. 

"0 Little Town of Bethlehem 

Onward moves the mighty thr 

Let's all sing as the birdies si 

"Come into my office." 

Skin game. 

Hi-Y members, actors for a d 

Forming an "M" at Foremai 

Field. 

Headsize 7. 

People, people, people. 

ust another crowd. 
The Age of Mechanics. 
If you are sick ... or if you 
not. 

Time out. 
Footsteps on the cement of tin 




The week before Christmas. 

A cog in the Maury machine. 

Roland rolls 'em off. 

The architects make plans. 

A study in surprise. 

Our perky President poses. 

Grins from Belle and Jackie. 

Our all-state end . 

Thrill! Thrill! Fire drill! 

The silent spruce sees all. 

"Gotta Get Some Shuteye." 

Treasurer Atkinson takes time off 

Among the books. 




A Study In Prof: 



po 1 1 Les 



Jacqueline Madden* 

Believe me if all those endearing young charms. — Moore. 

Josephine Hardesty 

Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale 
Her infinite variety. — Shakespeare. 

Helen Caulfield 

It as this the faee that launched a thousand ships. 
And burnt the topless toiveis of Ilium f—Marlow. 

}\ \x Lewis 

And looks commercing with the skies. 

Thy rapt soul sitting in thine eyes. — Milton. 

Lois Prii chard 

.... And lightly was her slender nose 

Tip-tilted like the petal of a flower, — Tennyson. 




A tbtudy In Jrronles 



Carolyn Childress 

ind her face so fair 

Stirr'd with her dream, as ruse-leaves with the air. — Wordsworth. 
Vivian Jackson 

Smiling always with a never fading serenity of countenance. — Barrow. 
Mae Ginn 

Men look to the East for the dawning things, 

For the light of the rising sun. — Malloch. 
Katherine Berry 

The very pink of perfection. — Goldsmith. 
Mary Ann Holm 

.... Thy classic face, 

Thy Naiad airs have brought me home 
To the glory that was Greece 
J nil the grandeur that was Rome. — Poe. 



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To all who have so willingly co-operated with us 
in the making of this hook, especially the Art Depart- 
ment, the class officers, and the home room representa- 
tives, we give thanks. 

The Staff. 




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MRS. A. T. ROBERTSON MRS. G. M. WHITE 

11.? WEST FREEMASON STREET 

Individ tad Instruction 




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347 Granby Street 

NORFOLK., VA. 



Congratulations.... 



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TO MAKE OUR STORE, YOUR STORE FOR 

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critical. Eet's toss. 



Robinson's Restaurant 

2\i GRAN BY STREET 



Brown's Restaurant 

321 GRAN BY STREET 



Congratulations 



COMMODORES 

We take this opportunity to felicitate you on your 
achievement at Maury — and wish for you continued 
success in vour future endeavors. 



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Specializing in 
SPORT COATS and SPORT STACKS 

McGregor sweaters -- botany neckwear 
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OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Business Administration — Accounting (C.P.A. ) — Secretarial Science 

Bookkeeping — Stenotypy — Advertising — Salesmanship 

Day and Evening Classes the Year Around 

TELEPHONE 27315 GRANBY ST. at BROOKE AVE. 

FREE LIFETIME REGISTERED EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 
Chartered by the State to Confer Degrees — Nationally Accredited. 



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May your success continue through life. 

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AND 

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Will be treasured by you as a record 
of the golden days of youlh; of 
events large and small that will be 
thus recalled in later years and al- 
ways with delight, of friendships 
that will remain forever green 

It will be the magic door through 
which you need only to pass, to step 
from age into youth! To us whose 
privilege it was to have a large and 
pleasant part in its making, this book 
will always be a reminder of the 
many friendships that grew and mul- 
tiplied in this building. 

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Mrs. Johnson's Shorthand School 

527-530 WAINWRIGHT BUILDING 
MRS. ISABEL JOHNSON 

Will give her careful and personal instruction to all contemplating a course in 

SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING 
FILING AND GENERAL OFFICE TRAINING 



Office Phone 22160 



Residence 30673 



L. B. ROCKE 

Jeweler and Silversmith 
FRATERNITY and SORORITY FINS and RINGS 

RELT BUCKLES AND BRACELETS 



Granby and Tazewell Streets 
Norfolk, Virginia 



Tait's Thorobred Seeds 

Best by Test for More than Sixty Years 

GEORGE TAIT & SONS, Inc. 

55 COMMERCIAL PLACE NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 

DIAL 25449 

1 ray lor Optical Oompairny 

Prescription Opticians 
1 1 5 College Place 

NORFOLK • VIRGINIA 

Norfolk's Largest 
Department Store 

The Shopping Place For Tidewater s Thousands 

WB. #. &tarart? & Co. 



Congratulations Qommodoresl 

from 

The Hub 

NORFOLK'S LEADING SHOP FOR MEN AND BOYS 

Master Auto Service 

CORPORATION 
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U. S. TIRES 



Colonial Avenue • 20th Street 



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NINTH and GRANBY STREETS 
HOME OF MAURY HI LEAGUE 

A Health fid Recreation for Everyone 



10c for Students and Teachers until 6 P. M. — 15c at Night 



Reservations — Call 414SM 



Hofheimer Shoes 



HAVE BEEN THE CHOICE OF 
SMART COMMODORES 
THROUGHOUT MAURY HISTORY 



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Maury High School Lunch Room 

Wishes to express its appreciation to 
The Class of 1939 for its co-operation 



DESSIE DOWNS, Manager 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



S. S. Kresge Go. 



5c to 25c STORES 
25c to $1.00 STORES 




430 GRANBY STREET 

Outfitters to Their Majesties the Kittg and Queen of Sports 



H. D. OLIVER 

1501 COLONIAL AVENUE 



PARKER'S 

Delicatessen 



Wishes to congratulate the Graduates 
for their attainments ivhile in Maury 
anil is hopeful for their success in the 
future. 

339 W. 15th Street 

OPPOSITE MAURY 



Education — Advancement 

Promotion in life, as in school, depends on one's ability 
to absorb knowledge. We are proud that practically all of 
our executives have come up in the ranks because of in- 
tegrity, initiative and absorbing the fine points of mer- 
chandising that we have constantly taught them. 

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Has kept this old plant — 1896 — in 
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only accepts the best. 

Advertisers — and those purchasing 
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