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THE SENIOR CLASS of MARYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL


M aryville City Board of Education

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O Q U R Board of Education we are deeply grateful for their faithful work and constant effort in behalf of the

school system of Maryville. Each member of the Board is a genuine friend of youth and we appreciate their spirit of self-sacrifice and service.

MEMBERS D r.

W. B.

Mr. W. A. A n d e r s o n Chairman

L oving o o d M

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A. E. M c C u l l o c h Secretary

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To O u r S u p e r in t e n d e n t

P R O F. R A Y M O N D O W E N S S M IT H the Class of â&#x20AC;&#x2122;31 dedicates this year book. H is enthusiasm, kindliness, and genuine interest in all our problems have made him our trusted friend and valued advisor


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This page is dedicated to the memory of one, whom we all loved, Mrs. Josephine Tyson Wynn. Mrs. W ynn, who was commercial teacher in our school, was taken from us on M arch 26th, 1931. H er faithfulness and devotion to her task made her a valuable teacher. H er kindness and sincerity won every student to her. W e are grieved and saddened by her sudden going but we shall always be the richer because we have been privileged to know and love Mrs. Wynn.


The Faculty F IR ST ROW J ane

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Home Economics

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The Staff F IR S T ROW G race G r a h a m

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Seniors—Group I F IR S T ROW G RACE P R O F F IT T — President Class 1 ;• W inner W . C. T. U . County Oration 2; V ice-President Glee Club 1; Dram atic Club 1, 4; Tennis and Swim m ing Club 2, 3, 4; M usic Contest 1; Junior P lay 3; B ig F iv e Contest 3, 4; Treasurer Class 4; Editor Annual 4; L iterary Club 1, 4; Editor Red and Black 3, 4. P A U L D E L O Z IE R — President Sophomore 2; V ice-President Junior 3; V ice-President of Letter M en’s Club 4: A ssistant Editor of Annual 4; Football 4; V ice-President Senior 4; Feature Editor Red and Black 4, 5; A dvertising M anager; Junior P lay 3. M A R Y F R A N C E S W E L L S — Bradenton 1, 2; Dram atics 3; P resident Reading Club 4; Secretary Class 4; Junior Play 3. E A R L E C R A W F O R D — Athletic Council 1, 2; Class President 2; Junior P lay 3; “ Red and Black” Staff 3, 4; Business M anager Annual 4; Class President 4; B ig F ive Contest 4; V arsity Football 4; Dramatic Club 4. N I N A G A M BLE— V arsity Basketball 3, 4; Dram atic Club 1, 3, 4; V ice-President Dram atic Club 4; VicePresident Home Economics Club 2; Junior P lay 3; B ig F ive Contest 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Literary Club 1. S E C O N D RO W RO M EO G O D D A R D —-Military Club 2, 4; Basketball League! 4; T ennis Club 2. # R O B E R T B R O W N — Class Treajffirer 1; Tennis 2; A irplane Club 3; Stage M anager of Junior P lay o; Dram atic Club 4; A dvertising Manager Annual 4. M A R Y E A R L W A L K E R — Dram atic Club 1, 3, 4; Literary Club 2; Literary Editor of Annual 4; Feature Editor of Red and Black 4; Junior P lay 3. E A R L B U C H A N A N — Football 3, 4; D ram atic Club 4; Literary Club 4; Feature Editor of Red and Black 4; Junior P lay 3. H E L E N McCJJLLEY— V arsity Basketball 3, 4; Dram atic Club 4; Treasurer Dram atic Club 4; Secretary and Treasurer Home Economics Club 2; Junior P lay 3; Glee Club> 1. H U G H C R A W F O R D — Band 1; Tennis 1, 2; A dvertising and A ssistant Stage M anager of Junior Play 3; Treasurer Junior Class 3.; D ram atic Club 4; Band* 4. T H IR D RO W F R A N K CLA RK — Publication 1, 2> 3; A irplane Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; A ssistant Stage Manager and A dvertising 3; Photographic, Annual 4. F R A N C E S D E A L — H illside, N . J. 1, 2; Orchestra 4. W IL L IE M A T H E W S — V arsity Basketball 3, 4; Dramatic £ lu b 4; Glee Club 1. C L A U D E JO B E — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Reading Club 5. IM O G E N E M A R T IN — V arsity Basketball 3, 4, 5; Captain Basketiball 5; Dram atic Club 3, 4, 5;»G lee Club 1, 2; Red and Black 2; Girl R eserves 1; Boosters Club 2; Junior P lay 3; H om e Economics Club 2. Q U E N T IN S T E P P E — Everett 1; M ilitary Training 4; Band 2. P a g e 10


Seniors—Group II F IR S T ROW L E O N A R D B R O Y L E S — LaFollette 1; A irplane Club 2; M ilitary Orchestra 4. E L T H A W R IG H T — Literary Club 2, 3; Out door Athletics 3, 4. JO E T R U L IO U S — Ensley 1; Publication 2, 3, 4; Junior Play 3; H A ZE L W H IT E — Laramie W yo. 1; Starke, Florida 2; Literary C H A R L IE R AG AN— T ennessee W esleyan 1; M cM inn 2; V arsity Football 4; M anager Basketball League 4.

Training 3; Swim m ing Club 4; Band 4; Airplane Club3; Science Club 3. Club 4. Basketball 3, 4, Captain 4; Varsity

S E C O N D RO W R O B E Y F R A N K L IN — Sylva Collegiate Institute 1; Tennis Club 2; M ilitary Training 2, 4; Swimming Club 4; Captain of Basketball League 4. F R E D M A T H E W S — V arsity Football 3, 4; V arsity Basketball 4; M ilitary Training 4; “ M M Club 3. M IL D R E D P E E R Y — Glee Club 2; Girl R eserves 3; Home Economics Club 1. R. D. R U S S E L L — V arsity Football 2, 3, 4; A lternate Captain 3; V arsity Basketball 4; Baseball 2* 3, 4; “ M ” Club 2; Literary 4. SA M P R E S T O N R O W A N — Manager Baseball 2j A ssistant M anager Football 2, 3; M anager Basketball 4; Tennis Club 2; M ilitary Training 2, 4; M anager Football 4. M A R IO N W A L K E R — Tennis Club 1; Hom e Economics Club 2; Reading Club 4. T H IR D RO W F R A N K K ERR— V arsity Football 2, 3, Captain 4; President “ M ” Club 3; V ice-President A thletic Council 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3. T H E L M A B L A N K E N S H IP — K noxville, Tenn. 1; A nnville, Ky. 2; Friendsville, Tenn. 3; Dramatic Club 4. JO E M A X B Y E R L Y — Polytechnic 1, 2; Football 3, 4; M ilitary Training 4. C L A R E N C E M IL L E R — Everett 1, 2; Basketball 3, 4. V E L M A T Y P T O N — Glee Club 2; R eading Club 4; Annual T ypist 4. C H A R L IE R A U L S T O N — Beers H igh School 1; Literary 4; M ilitary Training 4; Basketball League 4; A irplane Club 3. , P ictures of the follow ing named Seniors are omitted: Turner McCoy, Lamar Blazer, Pearce Brooks and Creston Gilmore. P

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Senior Glass H istory In the fall of nineteen hundred twenty-seven a group of boys and girls beloved bandits of their m others’ hearts and delightful outlaws of every daddy’s home— knocked for admittance to the great hall of learning known as Maryville H igh School. Through its wide halls they have screamed and romped their way to a place of affection in their teacher’s hearts. As Freshmen they were a timid retiring group with a perpetual awe of Seniors, but this attitude was too good to be true and these little Freshmen soon forgot that “ Silence is Golden!” W e passed by that first mile post toward higher learning with a feeling of relief, a difficult task at last accomplished. The next fall some kind little bird obligingly whispered to the girls of the Sophomore Class, “Know ye that the road to a man’s heart is through his stomach, and the path to his soul leads through his eyes.” Immediately these little Misses took up Home Economics and gave a degree of their attention to the other hint so thoughtfully divulged. A second mile we had come toward our final goal. Miss­ ing again a few of our number we were obligingly passed on, by Miss O tt and Miss W aller to Prof. Gauding. The third year of our sojourn at Maryville H igh School was a successful one. The Junior play “Oh, K ay” was a pronounced success and long will Maryville High remember the character protrayal which was a result of Prof. Gauding's untiring labor. And now growing decidedly weary of the same fact and greatly desiring a change of scene P rof. Gauding passed us on to “ Miss Edith.” Today the Freshmen of nineteen hundred twenty-seven are Seniors of nine­ teen hundred thirty-one. W e are drawing near the close of our H igh School career and are preparing to walk out of Learning’s Door into an Unknown Future. W e hope it holds something worth while for each member of that band of “outlaws and bandits” who passed within the gates of Maryville H igh only four short years ago. The time is short until solemnly we shall pass before our Superintendent, eagerly stretching out our hands for that square of sheepskin which is the sign of four years work mastered and a pass to other Halls of Learning. And now spring is here and we can scarcely restrain the impulse to swing our hats in the air and shout “H urrah for old vacation!” But stay! • There is time for one rous­ ing cheer which we will give for Miss Edith who has ever our best interests at heart. And so we, the august body of Seniors, bid you all “adieu.”

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Junior Glass Roll CLASS OFFICERS Jam es

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Sophomore Glass Roll CLASS O FFICERS Jo h n H

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E d w in a L ow e M a x i n e M cC a m p b e l l E r n e s t in e M cC ulley R ena M atthew s B e u l a h M a e M il l e r I sa b e l l e M onroe A l in e M ontgom ery H e l e n M ontgom ery K a t h e r in e M ontgom ery L e n a M yers E m m a L ee P earso n R u t h P r o f f it t N a n c y R ob e rt s T h e l m a R o ss A nnabelle S utton C a r r ie L o u T e f f e t e l l e r M a r y T rotter M argaret W a lla c e . I va W il l ia m s E d n a W ord H e r m a n B rock

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A C TIV ITIES


Summary of Football Season A fter two years of unsuccessful football teams, Coach “Louie” Veech came to the front this past fall with a real, first-class, championship team. The team lost only one game, and that one was with the Bradley County Bears, who galloped on our field and gave us a drubbing to the tune o f 13-0. Maryville won the Blount County Championship from Alcoa who had held it for two con­ secutive years. Among the letter men Coach Veech had to choose from w ere: Captain “Cork” K err, Alternate Captain “H og” Russell, Bill Anderson, “Tony” Mook, Earl Buchanan, “H oiik” Clark, and Freddie Matthews. These men, and including “Feet” Coulter, “ Squirrely” Crawford, “ Mac” McCoy, “B unt” Wilson, Charlie Ragan, Mose Gamble, Joe M ax Byerley, “Toots” Blazer and “ B utter” Atchison, made their letters this year. Among the men who finish H igh School this year are K err, Russell, Blazer, McCoy, Matthews, Buchanan, Byerley, Ragan and Crawford, Sam Rowan, Coach Veech’s only manager, also finishes up this year and ends a very successful year of taking care of his men. The boys of Maryville H igh School who made All-County positions w ere: Blazer, Q uarterback; Russell, Tackle; McCoy, H alfback; Ragan, E n d ; and K err, Pivot Man. The schedule of the games of 1930 is as follow s: -

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Summary of Activities The year of 1931 has been one of advancement in every way for Maryville High School. The most progressive step has been the many activities carried on outside of the regular school work. The Seventh period of each day is devoted to extra curricular activities in which each student is required to take part. One of the most successful of these groups is the Senior Dramatic Club, direct­ ed by Miss W aller and Prof. Gauding. This club is divided and works on two different plays at the same time. These plays have been given at chapel and a few of them have been staged at night. Each play shows careful coaching and evidence of much talent in the players. The Junior H igh School has a Dramatic Club which is coached by Miss Minton. This club has had two very successful chapel pro­ grams. Miss Minton also coaches a folk dancing class and in warm weather a swimming class for all girls. A chorus of Junior H igh girls has done Splendid work under Miss Gamble and will furnish_a part of the. commencement music. The Junior H igh boys and some of the Senior H igh students have a basketball league and a military training club. Prof. Smith has charge of both groups. Miss Edith Goddard sponsors a Literary Club which edits the school paper once a month in the Maryville Times. Training is also given in public speaking which prepares students to enter the Big Five Contest held each spring. Mrs. HammontreC has charge of a Science Club and Mrs. Fowler has a Home Economics and Courtesy Club for boys. Misses O tt and Myers direct a Reading Club, and all students not other­ wise employed report to Study Hall under Prof. Hammontree. Chapel is held regularly each morning. One member of the faculty leads the devotions and a choir under the direction of Miss Gamble leads the singing. In addition to the regular programs all the pastors of the town have spoken to us, and Miss Qemmie H enry

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and Judge J. C. Craw ford have each addressed us. During Ameri­ can Education W eek the school was fortunate to have Dr. Steven­ son, Dr. H unter, Superintendent Williams, and M r. Hughes, ad­ dress the student body. Besides programs of home talent, five different programs have been furnished by professional entertainers. V an Zandt, a composer and famous pianist, presented a musical program, and the King Male Quartette, all of whom are Columbia artists, presented a program of vocal numbers, bell ringing, readings, and the playing of the accordian. Chief Red Fox, a noted Chautauqua lecturer, spoke on the American Indians, and the Venetian Glass Blowers gave an interest­ ing program. Miss M ary Goddard is conducting a series of English, Spelling, Standard Achievement, and Term an Intelligence Tests, for all stu­ dents. The object of these tests is to find our ranking with other schools ; to discover the weaknesses of each pupil, and to try to bring them up to standard. The Parent Teachers Association has been very active this year especially in sponsoring the lunch room and maintaining a band and orchestra. The lunch room has given splendid meals to all students at a reasonable rate and has proven a success in every way. The P arent Teachers have been instrumental in securing M r. Shugart who has successfully trained a band and orchestra. H e also gives private instruction on all instruments. Each pupil has been greatly benefited from the part he has taken in activities outside of school and from the splendid lectures and programs he has attended. The many activities and successful school work have made the year 1930-1931 one to be remembered in. the history of the school.

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