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No-so-we-ea
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Foreword
The broadcast of the class of '35 from station S.P.H.S. is over and we are about to go off the air. As we stand on the threshhold of life, we
* look back for a moment through the pages of
this book and realize that our stay here was all*
Etoo short. We tried to do our duty, however, and hope that by so doing we've made this station more powerful. Now our parting wish is that your fan mail to our stars and supporting cast be of the deepest appreciation, and in signing off, we present as our grand finale the No-So-We-Ea of 1935. May this book bring back to you memories of your sojourn here, and
may harmony prevail over static in your big broadcast of life
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BEULAHI W. ABBOT T. M. A.
University of Florida
English'.lw
ANNA M. APPLEBY, A. B.
Scarritt Morrisville
History GORDON BLAIR BENN, S. P. .
University of Iowa Athletics and FHd/qi'r~te
LEAFY MCCALLISTER BOATMAN. A. B.
Fairmont State College Librarian
WIL LARD E. BROWN, A. B.
West Virginia Wesleyan CORA N. Coi Ft-Y. B. S.
Spanish Liberty College
(Dean of Girls) History
EDWARD D. COVINGTON, B. S.
Western Kentucky State Teachers College Manual Training
RUTH M. CRAWFORD, B. S.
Mississippi State College
for Women
Athletics and Hygiene JESSIMAE DABNEY, A. M.
University of Cincinnati English
EDITH M. DAVIS, B. S.lo Peabody College Home Economics
GERTRUDE DAY, B. S.
University of Illinois
English ALICE A. DICKINSON, B. S.
Florida State Col!ege for Women Englis
VERA D~UMAS, M. A.
University of Chicago La tin
RUDOLPH EARLE, L. L. B. University of South Carolina
History and Law MARGUERITE EVANS, A. B.
Florida State College for Women English
HELEN L. FEAGIN, A. B.
Florida State College f or Women English
MARIE GAGER, B. S.
Pennsylvania State College Science




WALTER W. GAY, A. B. University of Alabama Mathematics Lois CURTIS GEIGER, M. A.
Columbia University, English
CLARA JEAN GRAZIER, A. B.
Goucher College History
ARDIS HANSON, A. B.
South Dakota Business English
L. A. HERR,,M. A. Columbia University Teachers College
Mechanical Drawing
ELIZABETH COATES JAMES A. M.
Mercer University E nqlIsha-1DAISY BELLE JOHN, A. B. American Academy of Speech and Dramatics Art and Speech
MILDRED KATHRYN KANISS A. B.
Florida State College for Women English and Clothing
BETH M. KEHLER, A. B. Florida State College for Women French
JANET C. KING Columbia University Teachers' College
Art
KENNETH LEWIS, M. S.
Toronto University Science
ELIZABETH MCALLISTER M. A.
Indiana University Commercial
MARION MAHAN, B. A. Ohio Wesleyan University Spanish
L. VINCENT MEAD, B. S. Baldwin-Wallace College Mathematics
HAZEL S. MERRITT, B. S. New York State College ..........M athematics
/, //GERTRUDE COBB MILLER
Institute of Musical Art of the City of New York Music
J. K. MILLER, B. S. Mississippi State Science
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L. C. MINOR, B. S. E.
University of Florida Commercial Subjects
ARLETTA MOSLIN
Norman Junior College
Secretary
CLARA LUCILLE MOTE, A. B.
Eariham College Mathematics
CAROLYN PARKER, A. B.
Bethany College Enqih
W. DENNIS PERKINSON, M. A.
Ohio State University
History
JOSEPH A. REEVES, M. S. C.
Ohio State University Science
Lois REID, B. S. University of Kentucky Commercial Subjects
LAUSON B. SKIDMORE, M. S.
University of Toronto
Historic
DAVID \V. STALLCUP, B. S.
University of Florida Mathematics and Science
ELEANOR STEWART, M. S.
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio English and Latin
FRED K. STEWART, A. B.A
Bethany College
Athletics and Hygiene
HELEN PARNAM STORY, M. A.
Wellesley College Mathematics
LIDA TULANE, B. A.
University of Florida History
CARLEEN M. VINAL, A. B. Florida State College for Women
Latin
C. E. WHITE A. B. University of Michigan History
MARGARET WILDER, A. B.
University of Tennessee Mathematics
MARGARET M. YARYAN, A. B.
University of Michigan
English
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If Radio's slim fingers
Can pluck a melody
From Night and toss it over
A continent or sea;
If petaled white notes
Of a vibrant violin
Are blown across a mountain
Or a city's drumming din; If songs like crimson roses
Are culled from thin, blue air, Why should mortals wonder
If God hears prayer!
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Miss GERTRUDE DAY
"The fairest garden. in her looks, And in her mind the wisest books"
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station 9J/anagers
'During the most important hour of our broadcast, we were fortunate enough to have two such helpf ul station managers as Miss Gertrude Day and Mr. Gordon Benn. So we take thi's opportune .ty to thank them f or their loyal cooperation and untiring efforts i n making our broadcast one that we will remember through the years.
MR. GORDON BENN
"A man he seems of cheerful yiesterdays and confident tomorrows"~




Secretaryj President Vice -President Treasurer
WAVE SMITH JIM WALTON PETE MEROS HENRY BAYNARD
The Broadcast of the Class of '35
Our broadcast at Station S.P.H.S. is over, and we are about to go off the air. Wherever we may go, we will always look back with pleasure to the hours Which we have spent at this station.
First as Sophomores, we performed on the Amateur Hour. Frequently we were given the gong by the upper classmen (or professionals) but -the knowledge that 'we would sometime be professionals ourselves gave us courage. We were the last Sophomore Class to be divided into three groups. Those broadcasting on network A-G had as their announcer Bill Bond. Peter Meros was the announcer over the H-Q network, and Jim Walton over the R-Z hook-up. One of our most interesting programs was a Tea Dance, given early in the year. We were the first Sophomore Class to sponsor a second performance of the Senior Play, and our Class Picnic Program was a great success.
As Juniors, with Peter Meros as our announcer, our program continued on the high plane which we had established the year before. That year's Class Picnic Program was even better than the one the year before. The station managers this year, as the year before, were Miss Brown, Miss Tulane and Mr. Lewis.
When we reached our Senior year, we became full-fledged professionals, with many added privileges and responsibilities Jim Walton was our announcer, and, our station managers were Miss Day and Mr. Benn. "The Whole Town's Talking, the Mother's Tea, and the'Class Picnic were highlights on our program. We had the distinction of introducing to this station three entirely new features: Student Government, the National Honor'Society,- and Caps and Gowns for graduation.
Now we look back over the years of our High School Broadcast, and see that they were, for the most part, good. So it is with regret that we say, "Goodbye," and sign off from Station S.P.H.S.




( t1 Ltrs: ANN ADAMS, "'Annie"
N :aiun:Windsor. Ontario, Canada
Static"There is none like her,
Though there be many imitations." Pro uramn? Junior WVoman's Club, 1 year
Call I- t ters: HELEN ADAMS, "Freckles"
Station:Boston, Massachusetts
Statu:"Wht~ mischief lies within her eyes,
'What fresh new pranks will she devise?"
(Call Letters: DIXIE Lu ALDEN, "Dixie"
Station:Passaic, New Jersey
Slttic "I'd like to try on her smile.''
Prt)4rarn: P. and P. Staff, 1 year: Junior Woman's
Club. 1 year:, Athletic Association;, Junior Senior Prom Committee; Publicity Staff
"The WVhole Town's Talking"
Call Letters: LORRAINE ALfLEN, "Larry" Station: Nashville, Tennessee
Static: "Good sense, which only is the gift of
heaven."
(all Letters: BARBARA ANDERSON, "Babs" Station: Andes, New York
Static: "An artist without an artistic temperament."
Pro qrarn: Editor of Business English Edition of
P. and P.
Call Letters: FRANK ANDERSON Station: Birmingham, Alabama
Static:"Nothing can shake the even tenor of his
ways."
("all Letters: JOHN ANDERSON Station: Fort Valley, Georgia
.Static :''True worth needs no interpreter."
(all Letters: HE7LEN RUTH ANDREWS ~Station: Oakmont, Pennsylvania
~Stata :''Harmony of aim."
.Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; Dramatic
I'roram: Club, 1 year




Cull Letters: ROBERT ANTHONY Station: Richmond, Virginia
Static: "He knows not whence, nor whither, where,
nor why."
Call Letters: ARIA S. APPLEGATE, "DI.t" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: ''Though time may come and time may go.
I'm never in a hurry."
Program: Carreno Club, 2 years: Dramatic Club, I
year: "Tulip Time"
Call Letters: ARTHUR APPLEYARD, "Art" Station: Johnstown, Pennsylvania
Static: "Not that I love study less
But that I love fun more." Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year
Call Letters: LOIS AUCKER, "Tody" Station: Oil City, Pennsylvania
Static: "Her ways are ways of pleasantness."
Call Letters: ADJEN AUDIBERT, "Dine" Station: Whitefield. New Hampshire
Static: "Contentment is better than riches."
Program: Carreno Club; Dramatic Club; Orchestra;:
Glee Club
Call Letters: MARTHA ELIZABETH AVERY
"Ki""
Station: Columbus, Ohio
Static: '"When you're tall there's more of you to
like."
Program: P. and P.. 1 year; Junior Woman's Club, A
2 years: Roman Banquet
Call Letters: JULIA BAKER Station: St. Petersburg, Florida0
Static: "What she lacks in height she makes up in
sweetness."
Call Letters: CHARLES WESLEY BALLAH
"Buster"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Staic:"Slow to anger, slow to learn
Touch his hair and your fingers burn."




Call Letters: DOROTHY BALLENTINE, "Dot" Station: Columbia, South Carolina
Static: "All her paths are peace."
Program: Library Club, 1 year; Junior Woman's
Club; Junior Operetta
Call Letters: SARAH KATHERINE BANKS, "Kttty" Station: Cuerryton, Alabama
Static: "On with the dance! Let joy be unconfined."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; Treasurer,
'3 5; Carreno Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club
1 year; Art Staff No-So-We-Ba Call Letters: CAROLYN C. BARKER, "Carol" Station: Springfield, Massachusetts
SStatic: "'Art is power."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; P. and P.,
2 years; Art Editor, 1 year; Dramatic Club, year
Call Letters: RUTH VIRGINIA BARRON Station: Safety Harbor, Florida
Static:"Just an old-fashioned girl." Program: Orchestra, 3 years; Carreno Club, 2 years
Call Letters: IRENE BATCHELDER, "Renie"
Station:St. Petersburg, Florida Static: "The hand that follows intellect can achievee"
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; Treasurer Sophomore Class; Treasurer Junior Class; "Tulip Time"; P. and P., 1 year; Cheer Leader, 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year.
Call Letters: VIRGINIA MAE BAUGHMAN "Jennry"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "A miss is as good as her smile."
Program: Volley Ball, Class and Varsity, 2 years;
Basketball, Class and Varsity, 2 years; Diamond Ball, Class and Varsity, 1 year; Track, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year.
Call Letters: HENRY BAYNARD, "Poogie" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "I never let my studies interfere with my High
School Education."
Progam: P. and P., 2 years; Football Manager; Intramural Sports, 3 years; Treasurer Senior Class; Sport Ed'tor No-So-We-Ba; Student Relations Committee; Junior Chamber of Commerce; "S" Club, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Business Manager of "The Whole Town's Talking" Call Letters: MARION E. BECKER, "Becky" Station: Buffalo, New York
Static: "It is to laugh.''
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; Carreno
Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Operetta, H. T. Y. Club, 1 year




Call Letters: RICHARD BECKHARD, "Dick" Station: Whitestone, Long Island, New York
Static: "Ye Gods, how he would talk!'
Pro gram: "Tulip Time," Stage Hand; Exchange Editor,9
P. and P.; Glee Club, 3 years; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"
Cal Lttes: PATRICIA LAUGHNER BEIL, "Pat" Station: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Static: "A red head is far better than none."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; Cheer leader,
1 year; Swimming Team, 2 years; P. and
P.; Basketball, 1 year
Call Letters: RUBY GERTRUDE BELCHER
"Sparky
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Happy am I from care set free."
Program: Volleyball, 2 years; Basketball, 2 years;,
Diamondball, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Carreno Club,* 1 year: "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Glee Club, 1 year; Girl's
All Sport Club, 1 year
Call Letters: ALZADA C. BENNETT, "Zada" Station: Center Harbor, New Hampshire
Static: "Better late than never"
Pro gram: Roman Banquet;, Dramatic Club, 2 years;,
Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; Vice-President, '35
Call Letters: DOROTHY BENNETT Station: Crystal River, Florida
Static: "By the luckiest stars."
Program: Psychology Club, 1 year
Call Letters: LEW RICHARD BLALOCK, "DickY" Station: Coleman, Florida
Static: "Much ado about nothing."
Call Letters: MARJORIE ELIZABETH BLISS
"Margie"
Station: Battle Creek, Michigan
Static: "The deepest rivers make least din."
Call Letters: BETTY ROE BOARDMAN Station: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Static: "No more memory than a mirror."
Program: P. and P.; Carreno Club: Dramatic Club:
"Don Alonzo's Treasure"
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Call Letters: LAWRENCE M. BOGARD, "Larry" Station: St. Louis, Missouri
Static: "We admire both the athlete and the man."
Program: Football, 2 years; Intra-murals, 1 year;
"Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Athletic Association; Biology Club,
1 year; Graduation Invitation Committee
Call Letters: WILLIAM BOND, "Ill Station: Lexington, Kentucky
Static: "Wit makes wise whom fate makes poor.
Program: President Sophomore A-G Group; Safety
Council, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year; Senior Play Business Staff; Golf Team, 3 years; Vice-President Junior Chamber of Comm erce; Annual Ad-Getter
Call Letters: SA ULBN,"Sam" Station: Lexington, Kentucky
.~Satc '' ... Takes everythinQ but good advice."
Program: Golf team, 1 year; Junior Operetta Business
Staff; Senior Play Business Staff
Call Letters: JAMES BOOTH, JR., "Dinah" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "He burns the midnight oil
But not always for study." Program: Reserve Football, 3 years,; "Tuli-p Time"
Varsity Track Manager, '3 5; Class Track, 2 years; Class Football, 3 years; Class Basketball, 3 years; Intra-mural Athletic Board, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Class Diamond Ball, 2 years; Assistant Chairman Senior Class Program Committee
Call Letters: CORNELIA JEAN BRADY, "Connie" Station: Follansbee, 'West Virginia
Static: "Don't start me talking."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; Tennis
Team, 1 year; Athletic Association, 1 year; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Publicity Staff of "The Whole Town's Talking"; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year; Publicity Staff of "Don Alonzo's Treasure" C all Letters: THELMA C. BRANSON, "eis Station: Highland, New Jersey
Static: "On her cheek an autumn flush."
Program: Carreno Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 1
year, "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Glee Club.
Call Letters: ALICE BRENNAN, "Brennan" Station: Pinellas Park, Florida
Static: "They who are pleased themselves, must
always please."
Program: Carreno Club, 1 year
Call Letters: ART BRENNISON, "'Speed" Station: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Static: "A face with gladness overspread."
Program: Carreno Club; Glee Club; Dramatic Club
1q35




Cull Letters: CHARLES A. BROCK Station: Washington, D. C. .ik
Static: "The statue of a youth, the statue of a man."
Program: Hi-Y Club, 1 year; Intra-murals. 2 years.
Call Letters: DOROTHY LEATIE BROWN,, "Dot" Station: Princeton, West Virginia
Static: "Her ivory hands on the ivory keys
Strayed in -a fitful fantasy."
Program: Carreno Club, 3 years;, Orchestra, 1 year:
"Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Junior Woman's
Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year
Call Letters: EMMA MAE BROWN, "Snookums" Station: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Static: "My heart is breaking for a little love."*
Program: Biology Club; Tennis Club, 1 year; Junior
Woman's Club; Dramatic Club
Call Letters: SUSIE R. E. BRYAN, "Sue" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "A kind and gentle heart she had
To comfort friend and foes."
Program: Carreno Club, 2 years; Glee Club, I year;
Psychology Club, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's
Treasure" Call Letters: JACOB E. BUENZLJ., "Jeb" Station: Knoxville, Tennessee
Static: "The crowd roars."
Program: Intra-murals, 3 years; Cheer-leader, 2 years;
Varsity Basketball, 1 year; Varsity Track, 2 years; Manager Intra-murals; Class Basketball 3 years; Junior Operetta
Call Letters: JACK BUSHMAN, "Tomcat" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "He holds his own against the world and in
athletics- he leads."
Program: Varsity Basketball, 3 years; Captain, '35;,
Varsity Tennis, 3 years; Captain, 1 year;, Intra-murals; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Publicity Staff of Senior Play
Call Letters: MILDRED ANN BUTLER, "Butler" Station: New Smyrna, Florida
Static: "Happy as the day is long."
Program: Carreno Club, 1 year: Volleyball. 1 year:
Junior Woman's Club, 1 year: "Sweethearts on parade"
Call Letters: ROBERT E. BUTLER, "Bob" Station: Jackson, Tennessee
Static: "Follow events, not lead them."




Call Letters: HORACE CAMERON
Station: Eutaw, Alabama
Static: "Had each brother's interest in his heart."
Program: Orchestra, 1 year; School Band; Carreno
Club; Intra-mural Sports
Call Letters: DORIS SHORIT CAMPBELL "Sunshine"
Station: Clear water, Florida
Static: "A light heart lives long."
Program: Carreno Club,, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's
Treasure"; "Sweethearts on Parade"; Junior WToman's Club, 1 year
Call Letters: GEORGE WILLIAM CANTLIN
"Bill"
Station: Akron, Ohio
Static: "A real sprinter."
Program: Varsity Track, 2 years; Class Track, 2
years; Class Basketball, 2 years; Intra-mural Sports
Call Letters: ELSIE MARIE CARTER, "Nan cie"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "She who laughs-lasts."
Program: P. and P., 3 years; Junior Woman's Club,
year
Call Letter-S: HE LEN CARTER
Station: Reading, Massachusetts
Static: "Only seven days a week to primp."
Pr-ogram: Junior Woman's Club; Secretary Sophomore
A-C; P. and P.. 1 year
Call Letters. EDNA CARTWRIGHT, "Goo Goo"
Station: Berkeley, California
Static: "Intelligent and sweet, she plays the role of
the lovely lady;"
JuirWoa' lu,2yer;P
Program: Jno Woa'Clb2yer;Pesident,
~ ~4 '35; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Carreno Club,
I year; Business Staff of "Big Idea"; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Roman Banquet; P. and P.; Scholarship Club, 3 years; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year; Literary Editor of No-So-We-Ea; Chairman of Committee on Graduation Invitations; Cap and gown Committee
Call Letters:' DONALD SMITH CHENOWETH "Don"
Station: Wheeling, "Vest Virginia
Static: "What twenty million women cry f or."
Pro gram: Intra-murals
Call Letters: MAXINE MARIE CHERBQNNEAUX "Mickey"
Station: Nichols, Florida
Static: "Singing lady."
Program: Carreno Club, 3 years; Scholarship Club,
Woman's Club, 1 year; Athletic Association; Volley Ball Team; "Tulip Time"; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Glee Club, 3 years; Roman Banquet; P. and P., 1 year
3 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior




Call Letters: ROSALIE CHITWOOD., "Rosie"' Station: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Static: "Her bark is worse than her bite."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years
Call Letters: EWN LR
Station: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Static: "She says she never told a lie,
But does she or doesn't she use peroxide?"
Call Letters: EWALD CLARSON Station: Huntington, West Virginia
Static:, "Under his quiet exterior is a nature just
br-imming over with fun."
Call Letters: EFFIE MAE CLAYTON Station: Live Oak, Florida
S ta tic: Short accounts make long friends."
Call Letters:- COLLEEN COBB, "Cobb" Station: Seminole, Florida
Static: "Small in stature, not in mind."
Call Letters: MARJORIE DALE CODY, "'Cody" Station: Flint, Michigan
Static: "Or light or dark or short or tall,
She sets a spring to catch them all.
Call Letters: ISHMAEL COLEMAN, "Ish" Station: Chipley, Florida
Static:I am not in the role of comrh~oi men."~ Program: Class Football, 1 year; Class Diamond Ball,
1 year; Class Track, 1 year.
Call Letters: WILLIAM S. COOPER, "Bill" Station: Maryville, Tennessee
Static: "He has no time for ladies
It really is a sin."
Program: Football, 3 years; Varsity Football. 2 years.
Captain' 34; Cast: "Don Alonzo's Treasure''; Intra-mural Sports, '34: Bulsiness
Staff, *'The Whole Town's Talking."




Call Letters: NORMAN COREY StationSt. Petersburg, Florida Static 'Outwardly unassuming."
Program: Carreno Club, 3 years; Orchestra, 2 years; Band, 2 years; Hi-Y Club, 1 year; Tennis, year
Call Letters: JUNE LOUISE CORNER, "Stooge" Station: Detroit, Michigan
Static: ''Vihaltl oket of laughter."
Program Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; Tennis, 1
year; P. and P., 1 year
Cal eter: MARY ANN COSGROVE ..........Station: Charleston, South Carolina
Static: "So sweet the blush of bashfulness."
Call Letters: MCCLELLAN CURRY, "Mac"
Station: Madera, Pennsylvania
Static: "As idle as a painted ship upon a painted sea."
Program: Intra-murals; Dramatic Club
Call Letters: PHOEBE DANN Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "You can't rise' with the lark if you've been
out on one the night before." Program: Junior Senior Prom Committee; Cast and
Business Staff: ."The Whole Town's Talking"; Junior Chamber of Commerce
Call Letters: LOUISE DANSEREAU Station: Providence, Rhode Island
Static: "'Sophisticated lady."
Program Carreno Club, 1 year; Staff; "The Whole
Town's Talking"; Junior Woman's Club, year
Call Letters: T. A. DARLING, "Tad"' Station: Big Rapids, Michigan
Static: "As revealing as the neighbor's wash."
Program: "Tulip T'ime", Orchestra, 1 year; Carreno
Club, 3 years; Mixed Chorus, 2 years
Cal eter: HELEN ELIZABETH DASENBROOK Station: Rockf,')rd, Illinois
Static: "Cuter than Venus."
Program: Publicity Committee of "The Whole Town's
Talking"; Annual Ad-Getter; Junior Woman's Club
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Call Letters: Amy ERNESTINE DAVIS.
"Hedgehopper"
Station: Macon, Georgia
Static: "I chatter, chatter as I go."
Program: Carreno Club, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's
Treasure"; "Sweethearts on Parade"; Glee
Club, 1 year
Call Letters: DOROTHY MARIE DAVIS, "Dot" Station: Indianapolis, Indiana
Static: "Endeared in the hearts of all."
Program: P. and P., 2 years; "*Don Alonzo's
Treasure"; Dramatic Club, 1 year: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; P. and P. Ad-Getter, 1 year; Carreno Club, 2 years; Glee Club,
year
Call Letters: MADALYN YVONNE DAVIS'"Punch ie"
Station: Auburndale, Florida
Static: "Dates are her favorite fruit."
Program: Cheer leader, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 1
year
Call Letters: JAMES DEIDRICK Station: Kent, Ohio
Static: "There's something fine in him."
Program: Band, 2 years
Call Letters:- HARRY DIETRICH, "Harry" Station: Shickshinny, Pennsylvania
Static: "Where there's a will, there's a way."
Call Letters: Tom DELAHUNT Station: Detroit, Michigan
Static: "Men of few words are the best after all."
Call Letters: DOROTHY MAE DORMAN, "Dot" Station: New Britain, Connecticut
Static: ''A still small voice."
Program: Junior \Voman's Club, 1 year
Call Letters:- CHARLES Du BOCQUE Station: Jamaica, Long Island, New York
Static: "He hides behind a magisterial air."
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Cal Lttes: MARY LUCILLE DUFFIELD, Cal L ttes: "D uck y"
Station: Peoria, Illinois
Static; "There's gold in her heart as well as in her
hair."
Proqan Biology Club, Roman Banquet
Call Letters: ANN EARLE
Station: Centreville, Maryland
Static: "She is an everlasting argument-silent only
when nothing can be said." Pro gram: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; Biology
Club, 1 year; Psychology Club, 1 year; Scholarship Club, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year
Cal Lttes: FRANCIS ELIZABETH EASTERS "Fran kie"
Station: Cortez, Florida
Static: "Mischief, thou art afoot."
Program: Carreno Club, 3 years; Junior Woman's
Club, 2 years; "Tulip Time"; Glee Club; P. and P.; Dramatic Club
Call Letters: MARY LOUISE EASTERS "Mary Lou"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static:"Still waters run'deepest." Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Woman's
Club, 1 year
Cal eter: LAURA DESDEMANA EBORN Station:Wilson, North Carolina Static:"Thou makest the sad heart gay." Program: Library Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 2 years;,
Carreno Club, 2 years; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; "Sweethearts on Parade"
Cal Lttes: JANE EDGERLY Station: San Antonio, Texas
Static: "Zealous and modest-some combination."
Cal Lttes: MARY EICHELBERGER, "Ikie" ation:Urbana, Ohio "Music waves eternal wands." Pro am: Dramatic Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"
Call Letters: LUELLA RUTH ELLINWOOD, ""Lou"'
Station: Toledo, Ohio
Static: "Deep browneyes running over with glee."
Program: Carreno Club, 3 years; Glee Club, 2 years;
Dramatic Club, 1 year; Library Club, 1 year, P. and P., 1 year; Business Staff of Senior Play; "Tulip Time"; "Don Alonzo's' Treasure"
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Call Letters: ALICE JEANNE ELLIOTT, "Alice" Station: Terra Alta, *West Virginia
Static: "Thy artless, winning smile."
Program: Glee Club; "Don Alonzo's Treasure";
"Tulip Time"; Carreno Club, 3 years
Call Letters: FREDDIE LOUISE ELLISON ~ *~.
"Freddie"
Station: Milledgeville, Georgia
Static: "Lively, capable, and full of pep."
Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Woman's
Club; Biology Club; Typist of P. and P.
Call Letters: WILLIAM T. ENWRIGHTJ ")111' Station: Chatanooga, Tennessee
Static: "I was a pretty baby." ~~
Pro gram: Varsity Football, 2 years; Wearer of "S''
"Lucky Break"; Stage Manager "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Vice President, 1 year; Intra-murals; "The Whole Town's Talking"; Assistant Basketball Manager, '34; Chairman Program Committee Senior Class, '35
Call Letters: DOUGLAS EUBANKS, "Doug" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "A little nonsense now and then
Is relished by the wisest men."
Call Letters: JAMES HUNTER EWELL, "Jim" ,Station: Detroit, Michigan Static: "You're turning day into night, sleepy head."
Call Letters: ONALEE FARRINGTON Station: Evart, Michigan
Static: "Merrily, -merrily, merrily."
Program: Carreno Club, 3 years; Orchestra, 3 years
Call Letters: HANNAH FEINBERG, "Babe" Station: Bronx, New York City, New York
Static: "A bride should make sacrifices for her husband but not in the form of burnt offerings."
Call Letters: JOHNNY FERRELL, "Professor" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "For it isn't any troublejsto-riI-.
Program: Junior Citizen's Club; Intra-murals; Annual
Ad -Getter
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Call Letters: ELBA E. FERRIS Station: Scranton, Pennsylvania
Static:'High in the hearts of her friends,"
Call Letters: MANETTE FERRIS Station: Stow, Ohio
Static: "Music washes away from the soul the du~st
of everyday life."
Program: Carreno Club, 2 years; Orchestra, 2 years;
Dramatic Club; Junior Woman's Club; "Sweethearts on Parade"; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Glee Club; P. and P.
Call Letters: JULIA MURIEL FINNIE,, "Hick y" Station: Coleman, Florida
Static: "Her good humor is a fountain-never dry."
Program: Orchestra, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year;
"Don Alonzo's Treasure"~
Call Letters: WILLIS FINNEY Station: Umatilla, Florida
Static: "As persistent as a dripping tap (in some
things)"
Call Letters: HIRAM FISHER, "i'" Station: Cleveland, Ohio
Static: "He tickles wicked ivories."
Program: Carreno Club, 1 year: Dramatic Club, 2
years; Stage Crew, 3 'years; Golf Team, 2 years
Call Letters: JIMMIE FLATTER, "Jim" Station: Dayton, Ohio
Static: "Worth his weight in gold."
Call Letters: HOYTE FORD Station: Williamston, South Carolina
Static: "The wise just surmise and you never hear
them blow,"
Call Letters: MAY BELLE FORD Station: Chicago, Illinois
Static: "Happy landing."
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Call Letters: DORIS FRIESEL, "Dory" Station: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Static: "There is a proper dignity and proportions to
be observed in the performance of every act
of life."
Call Letters: WILLIAM D. FUTCH, "Bill" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Who pleases one against his will."
Program: Carreno Club
Call Letters: GL WA GRRC,"Bear"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: ''Kills time, but never works it to death."
Program: Football, 3 years;, ''Green Imps," 1 year:
Intra-murals, 3 years; Publicity Staff of
Senior Play
Call Letters: ELINOR GILLIAT Static on: Portland, Maine
Static: ''Mirth, admit me of thy crew."
Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year
Call Letters: LEWIS DANIEL GILMORE, JR.A
"Lew"
Station: Exeter, New Hampshire
Static: "'Slow but sure."
Program: Intra-murals, 1 year
Call Letters: LYNN GLASGOW Station: Akron, Ohio
Static: "Come and trip it as you go,
On the light fantastic toe."
Program: Carreno Club; Dramatic Club; Junior
Woman's Club; Glee Club; "Don Alonzo' s Treasure"; "Sweethearts on Parade"; Biology Club
Call Letters: ROBERT MARSH GOHEEN, "Bob" Station: Pottsville, Pennsylvania
Static: "'I may be small, but I have my way."
Program: P. and P. Make-up Editor, 1 year; Dramatic
Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; S.-holarship Club, 2 years
Call Letters: REGINALD VERNE GOODBREAD
"'Cat House"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "The great lover."
Program: Vice-President Sophomore A-G Group:
Class Program Chairman, 3 years; "Tulip
Time"; Business Staff of "The Big Idea"
"Don Alonzo's Treasure"; P. and P. Sports
Editor; "The Whole Town's Talking": Dramatic Club, 1 year; "S" Club. 2 years;, Glee Club, 1 year; Varsity Football, 2 years;
Varsity Track, 2 years




Call Letters. DOROTHY PERSHING GOODWIN "Dot"
'Sta on: Old Orchard Beach, Maine
St c:''One who succeeds."
Cal Letters: SARA S. GOWDY, "Ad"
Station: Campbellsville, Kentucky
Static: "Ever ready."
Call Letters: LEONARD FORSYTHE, "Curly"
Station: Syracuse, New York
Static: "1 dare do all that may become a man; who
dares do more is none." Pro qrarn: Carreno Club, 2 years; Orchestra, 2 years;
~ Band, 2 years; Mixed and Boy's Glee Club.
Call Letters: KATHRYN GRACE, "Kitty"
Station: Cleveland, Ohio
Static: "Sweetheart of Sweet Sixteen."
Program: Junior Woman's Club,1yerCren
Club,, 2 years; Vice-President, '34; President, '35; Glee Club, 2 years; "Don Alon7o's Treasure"
Call Letters: WILLIAM PAUL GRANT
Station: Sneacis Ferry, North Carolina
Static: "Hail fellow, well met."
Call Letters: ROSALIND GREEN, "Roz"
Station: Athens. Georgia
Static: "Beware 'her red locks for when she winds
them around a boy, she will not let them f ree."
Pro qram: P. and P., 1 year; Junior Woman's Club,
1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Glee C'ub, year
Call Letters: ESTELLE WILLIE GRICE, "Essie"
Station: Claxton, Georgia
Static: "A capable girl with many friends."
Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year
Call Letters: BILLIE GRIFFITH Station: Birmingham, Alabama
Static: "Lady's man."
Pro qram: Orchestra, 2 years; Glee Club, 2 years;
Carreno Club, 2 years; Band, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"
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Call Letters: DONALD GRIFFITH, "Don" Station: Hillsdale, Michigan
Static: "Little said is sooner mended."
Program: Amateur Radio Club
Call Letters: WILLIS GROVES Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Variety is the spice of life."
Program: Intra-murals
Call Letters: MILDRED HAMILTON, "Milly" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "A good heart's worth gold."
Program: Junior Woman's Club
Call Letters: HARRIS S. HANCOCK, "Harje'" Station: Casco, Maine
Static: "A good egg even if he is hardboiled."
Program: Psychology Club
Call Letters: MARY HANKS, "Han kie" Station: Panquiteh, Utah
Static: "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart."
Program: Psychology Club, 1 year; Student Relations
Committee, 1 year; Biology Club, 1 year
Call Letters MORTEN F. HARTMAN, "Slimbo" Station: Grand Forks, North Dakota
Static: "Yon Cassius hath a lean and hungry look."
Call Letters: MARY LOUISE HAYWARD, "Skeezix" Station: Battle Creek, Michigan
Static: "In her quietness there is charm."
Program: Carreno Club, 3 years; Orchestra, 3 years
Call Letters: HILMA HEATH Station: Auburn, New York
Static: "Everyone lays a burden on the willing one."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 3 years; Basketball,
1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year: Carreno Club, 1 year; Swimming, 1 year; P. and
P., 1 year: Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year
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Call Letters: WINSTON HEIBNER
Station: Sedalia, Missouri
Static: '"W'isdom is better than riches."
Call Letters: Roy HICKMAN, "Hick"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "ieadlet live."
Program: Psychology Club
Call Letters: HENRY EDWARD HILL
Station: Nichols, Florida
Static: "'Why not live and enjoy life."
Program: Sophomore Class Treasurer
Call Letters: FRANCIS CHARLES HOARE "Bishop"
Station: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Static: "The Brain Trust."
Program: Carreno Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, I
year; Class Basketball, 1 year; Track, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; P. and P., 1 year
Call Letters. ANNA HODAWAY
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "We wish that you were twins."
Call Letters: W\ILLIAM HOFFMAN, "Billi
Station: Jenners, Pennsylvania
Static: "Little man what now?"
Program: Band, 2 years
V'~all (etters: EDWIN HOGAN, "Ed"
Station: Palmetto, Georgia
Static:"Sentimental gentleman from Georgia."
. .. .. .. Program: Football, 2 years; Varsity, 1 year; Class
Diamond Ball; Class Football, 2 years; Class Track, 2 years; "S" Club
Call Letters: DEAN HOLMES
Staton:Laporte, Iridiana
Static: "His love is constant but the -object changes."




Call Letters: JOHNNIE MARIE HOLMES, "Jay" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Her soul is in her music."
Program: Glee Club, 3 years; Junior Woman's Club,
1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; "Tulip Time"; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; "Sweethearts on parade"; P. and P., 1 year;
Carreno Club, 3 years
Call Letters: MARY LEE HoPE, "Hope" Station: Little Rock, Arkan~as
Static: "The hearts of men adore thee."
Program: Secretary H-Q Sophomore Group; "Tulip
Time";. "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; "Sweethearts on Parade"; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Business Staff of Senior Play; Junior Woman's Club; P. and P. Ad-Getter Call Letters: JOHN DAVID HORN, JR., "J.D." Station: Deleware, Ohio
Static: "I'm sure care is an enemy to life."
Call Letters: KATHERINE MAY HOUSTON
Capp y
Station: Sterling, Virginia
Static: "And be a friend to man."
Program: Secretary Treasurer Athletic Association;
Business Staff, "The Whole Town's Talking"; Annual Ad-Getter, 2 years; Junior
Senior Prom Committee, 1 year
Call Letters: ELEANOR RUTH HUFF, Hufflie" Station: Foley, Alabama
Static: "I laugh for hope hath a happy place for me."
Program: Scholarship Club, 2 years
Call Letters: KATHLEEN CLARA HUGHES, "Kay" Station: Greenwood, South Carolina
Static: "More fine points than a pack of pins."
Pro gram Basketball, 2 years; Baseball, 2- years; Volleyball, 2 years; Tennis, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 3 years: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; "Sweethearts on Parade'';
Girls Sports Editor P. and- P.
Call Letters: WILLIAM JONSE HUGHES, "1W.J."1 Station: Brooklyn, New York
Static: "A sailor's life is gay and free."
Call Letters: SAM D. HUGHEY, "Dudie" Station: Columbia, Tennessee
Static: "Reserved yet not aloof."
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Call Letters: WILLIAM H. HYATT, "Bill" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "All I know is that I know nothing."
2$Call Letters: MORGAN BURRITT ILER
Station: Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Static: "Calm, cool, and collectedSurely he'll rise in the world." Pro gram: Junior Business Manager No-So-We-Ea;
Junior Prom Committee; Business Manager, P. and P.; Make-up Editor P. and P., 1 year
Call Letters: BONNIE JEAN ILGENFRITZ "Bonnie"
Station: Mankat, Minnesota
Static: "It's easy girls, if you have the eyes."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; Dramatic
Club, 2 years; Swimming, 1 year; Basketball, 1 year; "The Whole Town's Talking"
Cal Lttes: SARAH MADGE ISELEY, "ToDots" Station: San Diego, California
Static: "Poker face."
Program: Carreno Club, 1 year; Biology Club, 1
year; Orchestra, 1 year
Cal Lttes: REVELLE S. JACOBSON, "Revellie"> Station:Chicago, Illinois "Unique at every point." Program: Junior Woman's Club, 3 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year
Call Letters: CHARLOTTE ELINOR JERKINS Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "She swivels those eyes around.",
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years
Call Letters: MARY CATHERINE JOHNSON
Station: Elkin, North Carolina
Static: "A quiet sensible maiden."
Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year
""Call Letters: ETHEL L. JONES
/ Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static;- "It's what we see in her eyes that counts."
Program: Orchestra, 1 year;. Carreno Club, 1 year




Call Letters: J. L. JONES, "Caseyj Jones" Station: Americus, Georgia
Static: "Just good natured, that's all-and not
pretentious."
Program: Junior Citizen's Club; Annual Ad-Getter;
Intra-mural Sports
Call Letters: LEONARD COOPER JONES, JR.
Station: Meridian, Mississippi
Static: "Though Leonard looks very tame and mild,
He may surprise you and turn out wild." Program: Tennis; Dramatic Club
Call Letters: MARTHA LEE JONE9Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Short but sweet."
Cal Lttes: VERMELLE JONES, "Boogy"
Station:Orangeburg, South Carolina
Static:"Never once frivolous,
Not too serious."
Call Letters: DORIS JORDAN
Station:St. Petersburg, Florida
Static:"Fair hair, blue eyes."
Call Letters: WVILLIAM JOSEPH, "Bill"i
Station:New York, New York
Sai:"Not a chip off the old block, but the old
block itself."
Program: Football, 3 years; Varsity, 2 years; Varsity
Track, 2 years; Intra-mural Sports, 2 years; Dramatic Club. 1 year; Junior Citizen's
Club, 1 year
Call Letters: GLADYS BLANCHE JUSTUS, "Ga ga" .
Station: Fletcher, North Carolina
Static: "She likes whatever she looks upon, and she
looks everywhere."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year
Call Letters: L'MAR KANE, "Hammerhead"
Station:Allentown, Pennsylvania
Program: Scholarship Club, 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter,
2 years; Junior Editor, No-So-We-Ea: Editor- in -chief, No-So-We-Ea; Junior Citizen's Club; Psychology Club, I year; P.
and P. Ad-Getter, 1 year; Junior Circulation Manager;, Publicity Staff, "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Business Staff, "Big Idea": Publicity Staff, "The Whole Town's Talking": Junior Senior Prom Committee; Athletic
Association, 1 year
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Call Letters: CHARLES JACOB KANISS Station: Henryetta, Oklahoma
Static: "I envy no man who knows more than I
But I pity him who knows less." Pgram: Class Basketball; Class Football;Cls
Diamond Ball; Business Staff of "Thz Whole Town's Talking"; Circulation Manager of No-So-We-La
Call Letters: THOMAS J. KELLY, JR., ""Kelly"" Station: New York City, New York
Static: "He who is tall should overlook the faults
of his fellowmen."
Program: Class Basketball; Class Football; Class
Diamond Ball; Annual Art Staff
Call Letters: ELSIE MARGUERITE KELLEY "Kelley"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "You can't have too much of a good thing."
Program: Scholarship Club; Dramatic Club
Call Letters: MARGUERITE GILBERT, "Margie" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Staztic: "Heaven helps those who help themselves."
Progrm Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; "If I were
King"
. .... .... .... all Letters: ELIZABETH KING, "Liz"
Station: Abbeville, South Carolina SStatic: "Like twilight is her dusky hair."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; "Tulip
Time"
Call Letters: JAMES M. KING, "Jake" Station: Abbeville, South Carolina
Static: "A golden character, his entire fortune."
Program: Intra-mural Sports
Call Letters: LEL ITE
Call Letters: CARDELL KLECKNER Station: Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania
X1Static: ''Every man for himself."




Call Letters: MARY AGNES KNARR, "Toots' Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Neat not gaudy."
Program: Scholarship Club
Call Letters: GERTRUDE LOUISE KNORR Station: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Static: ''None know her but to love her."~
Program: Dramatic Club, 3 years; Roman Banquet, 1
year; P. and P., 1 year; Cast, "The Whole
Town's Talking"
Call Letters: ELIZABETH R. KOCHER, "Bettyl" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "A voice so thrilling ne'er was heard."
Program: Cast, "Tulip- Time";- Cast, "Don Alonzo's
Treasure"; Dramai lb year; Junior
Woman's Club, 1..... year; Carrenio Club, 3 years; Glee Club, 3 years; P. and P., 1 year
Call Letters: EDWARD KRAMER, "Eddie" Station: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Static: ''Ignorance is bliss."
Call Letters: ANNA A. LADD, A tt
Station: Mexico, New York
Static: "A smile is the trademark of her soul."
Pro gram: Junior Woman's Club, I year
Call Letters: DICK LAPLANT Station: Springfield, Massachusetts
Static: "'Finds comfort in himself and in his causz."
Call Letters: HELEN LARKIN, Toots" Station: Adrian, Michigan
Static: "Talk she can and talk she willHer tongue is very seldom still." Program:- Junior Woman's Club, 1 -year
Call Letters: JOH-N WTILTIAM LARIMER, "Bill"g Station: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Static: '-'I've been around."
Program: Business Staff of Senior Play; Intra-mural
Football, 2 years; Intra-mural Diamond
Ball, 1 year
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Call Letters: JUNE LASSING, "'Jug Head" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Plain without pomp and rich without a
show.
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; "Sweethearts
on Parade"; Business Staff of Senior Play; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Business Staff of "Lucky Break"
Call Letters: MARGUERITE LAUGHMILLER "'Peggy"
Station: Cairo, Illinois
Static: "A woman always ready to take what's becoming to her."
Program: Carreno Club, 2 years; Junior Woman's
Club, 2 years
Call Letters: MADALYN LAUGHNER, "Lynn" Station : Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Static: "You can tell a person by the things she
laughs at."
Program: P. and P., 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year
Call Letters: PAUL LAUGHNER Station: Sewickley, Pennsylvania
Static"A smattering of everything and a knowledge of nothing.''
Program: Intra-murals
Cal Lttes: HELEN JEAN LAWRENCE, ut
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static:"True as steel." Program: Carreno Club; "Tulip Time"
all, L ts: HELEN VIRGINIA LAWRENCE "Holly"
Stion: Laurel, Mississippi
atic: 'A witty woman is a treasure."
rram: Dramatic Club, 2 years; Junior Woman's
Club, 2 years; Carreno Club, 1 year; P. and P. Ad-Getter, 1 year
Call Letters: CHARLIES RICHARD LEAVENGOOD "Dick"
Station: Tampa, Florida
Static:"Guips and cranks and wanton wiles." Program: Dramatic Club
Call Letters: CHAR. TLEs LEONARD LEE, "Charley" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static:"What could we do how could we live, Without the spice some people give?"
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Call Letters: THOMAS VERNON LEFEVRE
Staio: Tommy"
Station:Dallas, Texas
Static: "Nothing ventured, nothing gained."
Program: Scholarship Club, 3 years, Ad Manager, NoSo-We-Ba: Orchestra, 2 years; P. and P.;
"Tulip Time"; "'Don Alonzo's Treasure"
Publicity Staff "The Whole Town's Talking"; Glee Club; Carreno Club; Dramatic
Club
Call Letters: SHIRLEY LEHMAN, Ji .nks" Station: Washington, D. C.
Static: "The sweet are never desolate."
Pro gram: Glee Club; Carreno Club
Call Letters: HILTON LEIFESTE Station: Plant City, Florida
Static: "My actions are as noble as my thoughts."
Call Letters: EILEEN LEMN.N "Lemon".. Station: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Static: "Her face is one substantial smile."
Program: Carreno Club, 2. years
Call Letters: HAROLD LINDLEY, "Lindy" Station: St. John's, Michigan
Static: "Calm as a cradled child in dreamless slumbc:bound." S
Call Letters: ELIZABETH LONG, "Llb1~y Station: Peoria, Illinois
Static: "Her locks are like the raven."
Program: "Sweethearts on Parade"; Junior Woman's
Club; Dramatic Club; Athletic Association;
P. and P.
Call Letters: MARTHA BENHAM LUMPKIN Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: ''Her heart is like a singing bird."L
Program: Dramatic Club, 2 years; Carreno Club. 2
years; P. and P., 1 year; Roman Banquet,
1 year
Call Letters: NELSON MACBROOM Station: Erie, Pennsylvania
Static: "If I knew all, why should I care to live?"
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Call Letters: WVILLIAM MACGILL, "Bill"*Station: Cleveland, Ohio
Static: "He who governs most makes least noise."
Program: Football Reserves, 2 years; Green Imps, 1,
year; Dramatic Club, 3 years; Junior Citizenship Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"
Call Letters: ANNA BELLE MALONEY Station: Morristown, Tennessee
Static: "Bashful behavior never fitted one so well."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, Secretary; Psychology Club, Secretary; P. and P.; Biology Club
Call Letters: KATHRYN MANARD, "Kat" Station: Moberly, Missouri
Static: ''Life is a jest, and all things show it,
I thought so once, but now I know it." Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year: Carreno Club, 1
year; Glee Club, year; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"
Call Letters: FRANK MARMAND, "San paper"
Station:Gwire, Massachusetts Static: "The human question mark."
Call Letters BARBARA ELISE MARTIN, "Keeta" Station: West Newton, Massachusetts
* ~.Static: "Astudy in blues."
Progrm Carreno Club, 3 years; "Tulip Time";
"Don Alonzo' s Treasure"; "Sweethearts on 4W Parade"; Dramatic Club; Glee Club
Call Letters: WALTER MARTIN Station:Bridgeport, Illinois Static: "The bigger they come, the harder they fall."
Call Letters: DON MARTIN, "Sleepy"
Station:St. Petersburg, Florida Static: "I wonder why he talks, nobody listens to
him."
Program: P. and P. Typist; Dramatic Club
Call Letters: INEZ MATHER Station:St. Paul, Minnesota Static:"Her eyes are 'as stars of twilight fair.'' Program: Dramatic Club, 2 years; P. and P.




Call Letters: JULIA CAROLINE MATTHEWS
"Carol"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Stat ic: "Pardon my Southern accent."
Program: Volley Ball Class Captain, 1 year; Captain
1 year; Varsity, 1 year; Captain, 1 year; Basketball, Class Captain, 2 years; Varsity, 3 years; Track, 2 years; Diamond Ball, Class Captain, 3 years; Varsity, 1 ycar; Captain, 2 years; Speed Ball, 1 year; Girl's
"5", Club; Dramatic Club
Call Letters: LILLIAN MCCLEAN Station: Buffalo, New York
Static: "0 lovely eyes of azure."
Program: "Tulip Time"; "Don Alonzo's Treasure";
Carreno Club, 3 years; Glee Club, 3 years
Call Letters: PAULINE WINN, "Grandma" Station: Hopkinsville, Kentucky
Static: "'Girl of my dreams."
Program: Cheerleader, 2 years; Psychology Club, 1
year
Call Letters: JOHN DAIN MCCORMICK, "Mac" Station: Fulton, New York V
Static: "But one fair face doth his eye see."
Program: Athletic Association; Assistant Publicity
Manager, "The Whole Town's Talking"; Psychology Club; Intra-mural Baseball: Fencing Team, 1 year;, Annual Advertising Staff; Publicity' Staff, "Don Alonzo's
Treasure"~
Call Letters: DOROTHY GRAY MCTYIER, "Dot"
Station:Forest Hills, Long Island,. New York ~Static: ''All's well that ends well."'
Call Letters: LEONARD P. MEARES, "L.P." Station: Tampa, Florida
Static: "The mightier the man the mightier is the
deed."
Call Letters: FLORENCE ALMA MELBER
"Flossie"
Station: Fort Myers, Florida
Static: "It sounded like a painful groan
But 'twas only Flo and her saxophone."
Program: Orchestra, 3 years; Carreno Club, 3 years;
Secretary, 2 years; Class Volleyball Team,
1 year; Junior Woman's Club, 1 year
Call Letters: PETER MEROS, "Kingfish" Station: San Angelo, Texas
Static: "Personal opinion is not authority."
Program: President of H-Q Sophomore Group: President Junior Class; Vice-President Senior Class; Business Manager No-So-We-Ea; Publicity Director "The Whole Town's Talking"; Publicity "Big Idea"; Hi-Y Club, 2 years; Vice-President '34; Junior Chamber of Commerce, 2 years; Psychology Club, 1 year; President '35; P. and P. 1 year;- Sophomore Editor; Athletic Association, I year; Annual Ad-Getter, 2 years:
Safety Service Council, 1 year
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Call Letters: AARON MERSHER Station: New York City, New York
Static: "The small are often great."
Call Letters: JESSIE ELIZABETH MILLER, "'Bet te" Station: Port Leyden, New York
Static:"Her eyes enrich the smile her lips began." Pro gram: Carreno Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year
Call Letters: LILLIAN LOUISE MILLER Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "A laugh all her own."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; Carreno
Club, 1 year
Call- Letters: 2 MARGARET DELL MILLER, "Peggy" Stat zr f: Oak Park, Illinois
Sta*e "Now she appears in artist's smock, now in
the garb of the student, and now in the attire of the most engaging of talented persons." Pro qr%r. Cast: "The Whole Town's Talking";
Associate Editor No-So-We-La; Dramatic Club, 3 years; Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; Scholarship Club, 3 years; P. and P., 1 year; Roman Banquet, 2 years; Chairman Sophomore Program Committee; Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1 year; Junior Senior Prom Committee ....Call Letters: ROBERT COBB MILLER, "Bob"
Station: Keene Valley, New York
Static: ''A smile for all.''
Prog ram: Carreno Club, 3 years; Treasurer, 2 years;
Dramatic Club. 2 years; Football, 1 year; Swimming, 1 year; Athletic Association, 1 year; Cast: "Tulip Time"; Cast: "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Glee Club; "Sweethearts on Parade"
Call Letters: ROBERT MILLS, "Bob" Station: Kansas City, Missouri
Static: "Easy come, easy go."
Program: Class Swimming, 3 years; Class Football
and Track, 3 years; Varsity Track, 3 years; Football, 3 years; "Tulip Time"; "Sweethearts on parade"; Junior Citizen's Club, 1 year; Hi-Y Club, 1 year; "S" Club
Call Letters: NORMA JEAN MINK Stto:Delavan, Wisconsin
Static: "Athletic, modest, helpful, kind."
Program: Basketball, Varsity and Class, 3 years; Volleyball, Varsity and Class, 3 years; Tennis, 1 year; Track, 1 year; Diamond Ball, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year; P. and P.; Girl's Sports Club; "Sweethearts on Parade"; Annual Typist
Call 'Letters: RALPH MINOR, "Grandpa" Station: Fairmont, West Virginia
J Static: "What a nice chap to have alongg"
AlProgram: Track, 3 years; Class Basketball, 3 years;
Football, 1 year; Class Football, 2 years;' Psychology Club
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Call Letters: HELEN MITCHELLStation: Knoxville, Tennessee
Static: "She has been blessed with sparkling eyes
Within which a world of mischief lies."
Call Letters: JACK MOONEY S 'tation: Gulfport, Florida
Static: "Time is but the stream I go fishing in."
Call Letters: MARY KATHERINE MOWRER
"'Kay"
Station: Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Static: "The lively lady."
Program: Glee Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year;
"Tulip Time"; ; Carreno Club, 1 year; Track
1 year
Call Letters: GLENN WILLIAM MULVIHILL Station: Cincinnati, Ohio
Static: "All the world's a stage."
Call Letters: MARY ELIZABETH MURDOCK Station: Meriden, Connecticut
Static: "As quiet as a mouse."
Program: Scholarship Club, 2 years; Annual AdGetter, 1 year
Call Letters: JOHN RALPH MURPHY, "Prof" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Everything comes to him who waits."
Program: P. and P.
Call Letters: MABEL ETTA NELSON, "Toots" Station: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Static: "Always lends a helping hand."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; "Tulip
Time"; Glee Club, I year; Dramatic Club,
1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year
Call Letters: MYRON NELSON, "Whitie." Station: Superior, Wisconsin
Static: "Tall and slender
Program: Like a sapling."
Program: Orchestra, 1 year; Football, 1 year; Track,
2 years; Class Basketball, 1 year
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Call Letters: IRENE MORELL NEVILLE "Nevilleo"
Staton: North Platte, Nebraska
Static: "The very pink of perfection.
Pro gram: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year, P. and P., 1 year, Staff "The Whole Town's Talking"
Call Letters: MARGARET ELIZABETH NEVITT 'Margie"
Station: Washington, D. C.
Static: "She has no faults, or I no fault can spy."
Program: Dramatic Club, 3 years; Junior Woman's
Club, 2 years; P. and P., 1 year; Roman Banquet; Cast: "The Whole Town's Talking"
Call Letters: JUNE NEWBERRY, "Tiny"
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Static: "She wears the rose of youth upon her."
Call Letters: ROBERT NICHOLS, "Rob" Static on: Worcester, Massachusetts
Static: "Speech is great, but silence is greater."
Program: Hi-Y Club
Call Letter-s: MARTHA ELIZABETH NICKSE Station: "Bettie"
Station:St. Petersburg, Florida Static: "A merry smile, a friendship true,
Both of these she gives to you." Program: Roman Banquet
Call Letters: FLORENCE ANN NIFFENEGGER "NifT"
Station: South Haven, Michigan
Static: "All and each would draw from her alike
approving speech."
Progam: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Tennis Club, 1 year; Tennis Team, 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year
Call Letters: CECIL KINGSTON NOEL, "Eggy"
Station:Nashville, Tennessee Static:"On their own merits modest men are dumb." Program: Biology Club, 3 years; Carreno Club. 1
year; P. and P.
Call Letters: ROBERT EMMETT O'BRIEN, "Bob" Station: Tulsa, Oklahoma
Static: "Ears that looked as if a strong wind blew
Program: them from the rear." Program: Football, 3 years; Class Basketball, 3 years; Track, 2 years; Class Diamond Ball, 2 years; Class Football, 1 year
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Call Letters: NANNIE LEE OURY, "Nat he" Station: Marion, Virginia
Static: "I never like to speak too loud
For fear I shall be heard.
Call Letters: GAIL PALMER Station: Wooster, Ohio
Static: "Precious Gifts come in small packages."
Program: Editor P. and P.; Carreno Club, 2 ycars;
Dramatic Club, 1 year; Vice-President H-Q Sophomore Group; Junior Editor P. and P.; Secretary of Dramatic Club, 1 year: "Tulip Time": "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Publicity ''The Big Idea"'; Scholarship Club, 3 years; Glee Club, 2 years; Annual AdGetter, 1 year; Athletic Association, 1 year; Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; Roman Banquet
Call Letters: MARION BIRCH PEMBLE
Station:Stillwater, New York
Static: ''Patience and gentleness is power."~
Call Letters: STANLEY A. PETERSON, "'Stan" Station: Fair Lawn, New-Jersey
Static: "A good sport and an excellent tennis player."
Program: Tennis Club, 1 year; Tennis Team, 3 years;
Intra-murals; Photographer for Annual
Call Letters: JUANITA PHILLIPS Station: Tampa, Florida
Static: "She'd rather walk with man than angel."
Call Letters: RUTH PICKETT, "Pickzett" Station: Greensboro, Georgia
Static: "Somewhat quiet, somewhat shy."
Call Letters: KATHERYN JANE POLEN, "Kay" Station: Steubenville, Ohio
Static: "Her manner is calm and pleasant."
Program: Carreno Club, 2 years
Call Letters: ROWLAND HOUGHTON POLLITTA Station: Battle Creek, Michigan
Static: 'Let me then be up and doing."
Program: Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year: Biology Club,
I year; Intra-murals, I year
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Call Letters: BEATRICE PORTER, "Bea" Station: Tallahassee, Florida
Static: 'There's a light in your eyes."
Program. Library Club, 1 year
Call Letters: RUTH STEPHENS PORTER Station: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Static: "A new one on us."
Call Letters: PEGGY MCRAE Station: Pass-a-Grille, Florida
Static: "Such an unassuming young maid."
Call Letters: WILMA PRICE Station:Savannah, Georgia Static:"Fair to look upon and better Yet to know."
Call Letters: PAUL PRITCHETT Station: Red Level, Alabama
Static: "Stars fell on Alabama."
< / Call Letters: HELEN QUEEN, "S te"
Station: Morgantown, West Virginia
Static: "A good sport."
Pro gram: Volleyball
g4"-Call Letters: WALTER RAICHLE,, "Red""
Station: Stuttgart, Germany
Static: "Wisdom is better than riches."
Sttc
Call Letters: MARGARETE RAMSEY Station: High Springs, Florida
Staic:"A subtle smile, a pair of flashing eyes and a vivacious manner make her a very delectable person.
Pro-gram: Picture Editor of No-So-We-Ea; Junior
Woman's Club, 1 year; "The Whole Town's Talking"; Junior Chamber of Commerce; Assistant Publicity Director of "The Whole Town's Talking"; P. and P., 1 year; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Dramatic Club, 1 year




Call Letters: MARY MARGARET RANDALL
"'Margaret"
Station: St. Louis, Missouri
Static: "Twinkling, dancing feet."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years: Dramatic
Club; Roman Banquet; Junior Chamber
of Commerce
Call Letters: WESLEY RANDLES, "Skippy" Station: Akron, Ohio
Static: "Lights! Camera! Action!"
Program: Electrician and Stage hand, 2 years: Carreno
Club, 1 year
Call Letters: JACK THOMAs RANKIN, "Rankin" Station: Macon, Georgia
Static: "Winner take all."
Program: Class Diamond Ball, 1 year; Class Football, 2 years; Track, 1 year; Class Basketball, 1 year
Call Letters: ELINOR RAPHUN Station: Macon, Georgia
Static: "Imagination rules.the world."
Call Letters: HAZEL KATHERINE RAWLS Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "She has an 'interferiority complex'."
Program: Psychology Club, 1 year; Junior Woman's
Club; P. and P.
Call Letters: HELEN REDINGTON, "Hanny" Station: Greensburg, Indiana
Static: "A friend in need is a friend indeed."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; P. and P.,
2 years; Scholarship Club, 1 year; Junior
Chamber of Commerce
Call Letters: MINNIE REESE, "Min" Station: Forty Fort, Pennsylvania
Static: "With an aim so true."
Program: Swimming, Volleyball
Call Letters: STUART RICHARDSON, "Esbon" Station: Cleveland, Oklahoma
Static: "A strong body personifies a strong character."
Program: "S" Club, 2 years; Intra-murals; Captain.
2 years; Varsity Football, 1 year; Varsity
Basketball, 2 years
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Call Letters: H. G. RICHCREEK, "Grif" Station: New York, N. Y.
Static: "A heart to resolve, a bead to contrive, and a
hand to execute.
Call Letters: RAYMOND RICHCREEK, "Rat" Station: Chester, New York
Static: "Who mix'd reason with pleasure, and wisdom with mirth."
Call Letters: BUDDY RIMES tion High Springs, Florida
Static: "Man's ideal, woman's hero."
Program: Varsity Football, 2 years; Varsity Swimming, 3 years; Captain, '35; Business Staff Senior Play; "5" Club; Junior Senior Prcmn Committee
Call Letters: ERNESTINE TINNEY Station: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Static: ''Oh, oh what a girl.''
Call Letters: SALLY ROBINSON oStation: Welisboro, Pennsylvania
Static: "Along came Sally."
Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year
Call Letters: SPENCER ROBINSON, "Jm"
Station:Atlantic City, New Jersey St~atic: "Eventually, why not now."
Proqam: Carreno Club, 2 years;, "Tulip Time"; Football, 2 years: Captain of Imps, '34; Business Staff "The Whole Town's Talkin,,"; Intra-mural Team, 2 years; Biology Club; Assistant Chairman Program Committee; Glee Club, 1 year
Call Letters: MEREDITH Roos, "Kinky" Station: Canton, Illinois
Static: "He is a boy with flaxen curley hair."
Program: Carreno Club. 2 years; Band, 2 years;
Orchestra. 2 years
Call Letters: CARL- ROUGHGARDEN Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: ''Blest with that noble quality; reserve."
Pro qram: Reserve Squad Football, 2 years
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Call Letters: CATHERINE WALLACE
RUTHERFORD. "Kay" Station: Dunder, Scotland
Static: "Sweet Highland Girl, a very showed r of
beauty is thy earthly dower."
Program: Junior Woman's Club; Dramatic Club;
Biology Club; P. and P. Typist; Scholarship Club
Call Letters: KATHERINE SALTER,, "Kittyj" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "She dloth little kindnesses and giveth
happiness.t
Call Letters: GEORGE ALBERT SAWYER Station: Worcester, Massachusetts
Static: "Hears all, sees all, knows nothing."
Program: Intra-mural Football, 1 year
Call Letters: -JACK SAYLOR. "Sqdior" Station: St. Petersburg. Florida
Static: "A joke a day
keeps care away."
Program: Track, I year; Intra-mural Sports;, Class
Football; Class Diamond Ball
Call Letters: GEORGEANN SCHLEGEL, "Porgie" Station: Newark. Ohio
Static: "Oh! She could smile."
Program: Dramatic Club; Carreno Club; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Glee Club
Call Letters: BEVERLY MAE SCOTT, "Beuze" Station: Montreal, Canada
Static: "Greater actresses have lived but I doubt It."
Program: Carreno Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 3
years; President, 1 year; Business Staff;
"Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Glee Club; "Tulip
Time"; Cast: "The Whole Town's Talking"
Call Letters: GRACE ELIZABETH SCOTT Station: Falls River, Massachusetts
Static: "One Iwho says little but talks much."
Program: Carreno Club
Call Letters: HARRY WILLIAM SCOTT
Station: Falls River, Massachusetts
Static: "His smiles are ever gay and bright
No studies bother him at night."
Program: Class Football. 2 years;- Class Basketball, 3
years; Dramatic Club, I year; "Tulip
Time"
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Call Letters, VIRGINIA SCROGGS, "Ginger" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "And the night shall be filled with music."
Pro gram: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; Carreno Club, 3 years; Cast "Don Alonzo's Treasure Glee Club, 2 years; Annual Ad. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .G etter, 1 year
. ... ..Call Letters: JACK LUTHER SEED, "Leed"
Station: Chicago, Illinois
Static: "He was born stupid, and greatly increased
his birthwright."
Program: Inr-mural Football and Diamond Ball, 2
years; Art Editor Business English Edition P. and P.
Call Letters: JANE LOUISE SHANKWEILER Station:Reading, Pennsylvania Static: ''Agood natured person is never out of place.''
Pro ram: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year
Call Letters: ALBERT SHEPHARD Station:Goderich, Ontario, Canada Static:"A Willing helper." Program: Annual Photographer
Cal Lttes: SUSIE SIMMONS, "Sue" . Station: Jacksonville, Florida
Static:"A sweettr girl could not be found, Program: Though you went the world around."
Carreno Club
Ctallttes: GEORGE L. SIMONSON ~'Station: Cummington, Massachusetts
Static:"What's worth doing is worth doing-well." Program: Dramatic Club Treasurer, 1 year; Band,- 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Psychology Club, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Glee Club, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year; ,or President High School Chamber of Commerce
Call Letters: CLIFFORD SIMPSON, "fICl iff"..
Station:Covington, Kentucky Static: ''A great flirtation."
Program: Varsity Track, 2 years; Class Track,2 years; Baby Devils, 2 years; Business Staff "The Whole Town's Talking"; Cast: "Don Alonzo's Treasure", Cast: "Oh Doctor"; Cast: "Tulip Time" Cheerleader, 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year; Intra-murals, 2 years; Carreno Club, 1 year; Psychology Club, 1 year; Athletic Association, 1 year Call Letters: JAMES FRANKLIN SIRMONS StatonJImm ri
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Stoat: "You'll be a man yet, my son."
Program: Class Baseball and Basketball, 1 year; Staff:
"The Whole Town's Talking"
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Cull Letters: BURRELL SMITH, "Smitty" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Emperor Jones"
Program: "The Whole Town's Talking"; "If I Were
King"; "Don Alonzo's Treasure": Dramatic Club, 2 years
Call Letters: GLADYS SMITH, "rRip"' Station: Fitchburg, Massachusetts
Static: "Life is short and so am I."
Program: Junior Woman's Club
Cal Lttes: HAROLD CLAY SMITH, "SmItty" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "The smith, a mighty man is he."
Pro gram: Football Varsity, 1 year
Call Letters: JA E SMT Station: Eldred, Pennsylvania
Static: "Give me knowledge of the world."
Call Letters: ATESIH "is
Station: Carry, Pennsylvania
Static: "Stay as sweet as you are."
Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Woman's
Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, I year: "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Business Staff of Senior Play: Vice-President of Sophomore Class;
Junior and Senior Class Secretary *
Call Letters: RUTH ROLAND SOMMERKAMP
"Patricia. Stooge" Station: Columbus, Georgia
Static: "Anything for a quiet life."
Program: Psychological Research Club; Dramatic
Club, 1 year
Call Letters: HARRY EUGENE SPENCER
"Clark Gable"
Station: Sarasota, Florida
Static: "Girls beware of the twinkle in his eyes."
Program: Track, 1 year
Call Letters: RALPH SPURLOCK, "Rusty," Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "The Will of man is by his reason swayed."
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Call Letters: RUSSERT IRVING STAFF, ""Russ" Station: Cleveland, Ohio
Static: "He always has a good time. He usually
passes.
Program: Class Baseball, 1 year; Class Basketball, 1
year; Class Football, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Junior Citizen's Club, 1 year: Boy's Glee Club, 1 year; Mixed Chorus, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's Treasure"
Call Letters: KATHRYN STAGGi, "Katie Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "'I was built for comfort, not for speed."
Program: Psychology, Club
Call Letters: BERNARD PERCIVAL STANTON
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Hence, vain deluding joys."
Program: P. and P., 1 year; Hi-Y Club, 1 year
Call Letters: PRISCILLA STARR, "Pussy" Station: Brookline, Massachusetts
Static: "Fun just twinkles in her eyes."
Call Letters: LEROY STARRETT, "General"
Station:Winehendon, Massachusetts Static:"There's something about a soldier." .N-aProgram: Intra-mural Football, 1 year; Business Staff
o f Senior Play
Call Letters: LAWRENCE HEALEY STEENBURG "Steenburg"
Station: Baltimore, Maryland
Static: "If bluffing were a major sport, he'd be a
~.': letter man.
Program: P. and P. Advertising Manager
' Call Letters: SADIE SARA STEPHENS, "Tuts"
Station: Gainesville, Florida
Static: "Mighty sweet, mighty wise."
Program: "Tulip Time; Carreno Club, 1 year
Call Letters: HAROLD H. STEVENSON, "Red" Station: Pinellas Park, Florida
Static: "The purest 'treasure mortal times afford is
spotless reputation.''
Pro gram: Class Track and Varsity Track, 3 years;
Class Basketball and Football
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Call Letters. TRELLIE STEWART, "Trell'" Station: Dublin, GeorgiaA
Static: "A rolling stone gathers no moss."
Program: Varsity and Class Basketball, 3 years:
Varsity and Class Diamond Ball, 3 years: Varsity and Class Volleyball, 3 years: Track 1 year; Cheerleader: All Sports Club:- President, 2 years
Call Letters: ROBERT PHELPS STONE, "Bob" Station: Predonia, New York
Static: "I talk of many things."
Program: Football, 1 year; Class Football, I year:
Class Basketball, 1 year
Call Letters: ROBERT S. STONE, "Bob" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Silent men are wise men."~
Program: P. and P. Assistant Make-Up Editor. I
year: Dramatic Club, 1 year; Hi-Y Club;
Intra-mural Sports, 1 year
Call Letters: CHARLOTTE .JENNETTE
STONEHOUSE, "Stony" Station: Baltimore, Maryland
Static: "Her friends-they are many;
Her foes-are there any?"
Program: Business English Edition of P. and P.
Call Letters: BARBARA .JANE STRATTAN
"Bobbie"
Station: Mt. Vernon, Illinois
Static: "As this is her motto she labors with z est
Never content to do less than the best."'
Program: P. and P., 3 years: Staff, 1 year: Annual
- Ad-Getter; Stage Crew "Big Idea": Business Staff "The Whole Town's Talking"
Junior Woman's Club, 2 years: Reporter. I year: Carreno Club, 1 year: All Sports Club,
I year: Cast: "Don Alonzo's Treasure"
Roman Banquet: Glee Club, I year: Athlt~
Association, 1 year: ".Tulip Time''" e~
Call Letters: DENNIS STRICKLAND Station: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Static: "The silver-voiced singer."
Program: Orchestra: Carreno Club: Glee Club
Call Letters: DOROTHY STRINGER Station: Oberlin, Ohio
Static: "Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit."
Program: Junior Woman's Club
Call Letters: MARION SUESMAN, "Bobbie" Station: Brockton, Massachusetts
Static: "She is the courageous captain of compli-.
ments. "
Program: Junior Woman's Club
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Call Letters: BARBARA SUTOR, "Babs" Station: Winter, Wisconsin
Static: "Laugh, and the world laughs with you."
Program: H.T.Y. Club
Call Letters: WILLIAM WV. SWIFT, "il Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "The inquiring reporter."
Program: Advertising Manager of P. and P., 1 year
Call Letters: BETTY JAYNE SWIGER "Accordian Bette"
Staton:New Martinsville, West Virginia
* Static: "'Practice makes perfect."
* Progrm Dramatic Club, 2 years; Carreno Club, I.
year; Orchestra, 2 years; Glee Club, 1 year; "Don Alonzo' s T reasure."
Call Letters: TED SYVERSON Station: Copestown, North DakotaStatic: "He has the earmarks of a professor, but looks
are deceiving."
Call Letters: ELIZABETH TALBOT, "lbbet" Station: Fairmont, West Virginia
Static: "It is better to wear out than to rust out."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; Dramatic
Club; Annual Ad-Getter; P. and P. AdGetter
Call Letters: BILL TAYLOR New York, New York Static: "The same yesterday, today and tomorrow."
Call Letters: EARL M. THOMAS Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Silence and common sense make a man."
Program: Football Reserve Squad, 2 years; Intra-mural
Football, 1 year
/ /Call Letters: EVA THOMAS, "Ignats"
Station: Vanceburg, Kentucky
Static Speech is silver, but silence is golden."
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; P. and P..
1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year




Call Letters: RUTH THOMAS, "Ru thie" Station: Brooklyn, New York
Static: "A merry heart maketh a merry countenance.
Call Letters: NANCYF MARGARET THOMPSON
Station: Lexington, Kentucky
Static: "'There is a pleasure in poetic pains
Which only Poets know."
Pro gram: Dramatic Club, 2 years; P. and P., 2 years:
Poetry Editor, 1 year: Carreno Club, I year; Glee Club; "The Whole Town's Ta'king"
Call Letters: PHILIP THOMPSON, 'hl Station: Falmouth, Jamaica, B.W.I.
Static: "A friend and noble enough to conceal it."
Program: Tennis, 1 year; Track, 1 year; Intra-.mural
Basketball
Call Letters: GWEN THOMSON, "Gwenie" Station: Luigan, Ireland
Static: "When Irish eyes are shining."
Program: Dramatic Club, 1I year; Junior Woman's
Club, 1 year
Call Letters: JAMES HOWARD THORNE4 Station: Atlanta, Georgia
Static: "He knows lots but cannot think of it."
Program: Swimming Team
Call Letters: THOMAS KAMP TODSON
"Tomaso"
Station: Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Static: "A golden character, his entire fortune."
Program: Scholarship Club, 2 years
Call Letters: JACK LYMON TRIPP, "Ma gi" Station: Ardmore, Oklahoma
Static: "Magic walks abroad."
Program: Hi-Y Club
Call Letters: PAUL ARTHUR TROY, "Pat" Station: Winona Lake, Indiana
Static: "It's neither wealth, nor rank, nor state
But get-up, and get that makes men great." Program: Glee Club; Annual Staff; Circulation Manager, 1 year; Business Staff: "The \Vho~e Town's Talking"; Band: Student Relations
Committee; Hi-Y Club
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Call Letters: BERNARD TUPPEN, "Tolapen" Station: West Palm Beach, Florida
Static:' nature passionate and bold.
Pro gram: Track, 3 years; Basketball, 1 year, Diamond
Ball, 2 years
Call Letters: JAMES P. TURNER, "Jm" Station: Altoona, Pennsylvania
Static: "He is only a well-made man who has a good
determination."
Pro gram: Football, 2 years
Call Letters: RALPH TURNER Station:St. Petersburg, Florida Static: 'A lad worth knowing."
Cal Lt rs BLANCHE DAWN Twiss, "Twiss Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: 'What joy to hear thee, and to see thee!"
Program: Carreno. Club, 3 years; "on Aonzo's
-'4 Treasure"; Glee Club, 2 years; Junior Woman s Club, 1 year
Call Letters: DORIS VALENTINE Station: Washington, D. C.
Static: "You shall know her by what she says."
Call Letters: ELIZABETH VANDERVEER, "Pat" Station: Coloma, Michigan
Static: "As merry as the day is long."
Pro gram: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year
!Si Call Letters: KENNETH VAUGHN, "Beer"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "Once in the flight of ages past, there lived a
man.
Program: Football, 3 years; Basketball, 1 year; Class
Basketball, 3 years; Class Track, 2 years; Track, 2 years
Call Letters: GLENN'L. VELBOON, JR. Station: Jacksonville, Florida
Static: "Silence is more eloquent than words."
Program: Intra-mural Sports, 2 years; Stage Electrician, 1 year
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Call Letters: GNEVIEVE WAIT, Gny
Station: Detroit, Michigan
Static: ~ Virtue is her only sin."
Call Letters: DILLA PEARL WAKEFIELD-, "Dee" Station: Richmond, Virginia
Static: ''Small but Industrious."
Program: Carreno Club, 2 years; Glee Club, 1 year;
Dramatic Club, 1 year
Call Letters: ELIZABETH WALLACE, ".Libby" Station: Staunton, Virginia
Static: ''She causes happiness wherever she goes.-"
Program: 'Dramatic Club, 1 year
Call Letters: JAMES M. WALTON, "Jim" Station: Ft. Thomas, Kentucky
Static: "The name that dwells on every tongue."
Program: Reserve Football, 2 years; Carreno Club, 2
years; Dramatic Club, 3 years; Vice-President '34; Glee Club, 2 years; P. and P., 2 years; Assistant Make-Up Editor '33; Make-Up Editor, '34; Student Safety Service Council; President Sophomore R-Z Group;, "Tulip Time"; Business Manager Sophomore Presentation of "The Big Idea"; Vice-President Junior Class; President Senior
Class
Call Letters: Lois MARGERY WALRATH, "Chub" Station: Chitenango, New York
Static: "One so meek can do no wrong."
Call Letters,: HELEN WARD, "Babe"' Station: Evergreen, Alabama
Static: "Shy and bashf ul."
Call Letters: WILMA RUTH WARE, "Winynie" Station: Clarksburg, West Virginia
Static: ''A fair exterior is a silent recommendation."
Call Letters: CLAIRE LOUISE WEST., "Bunny" Station : Glenn Falls, New York
Static: "Red hair but no temper.
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Call Letters: ADA RUTH WEST, "'Bunny"
Station: Montgomery, Alabama
Static: "The end crowns the work."
Call Letters: BETTY WHITCOMB
Station: Boston, Massachusetts
Static: ''Pretty is as pretty does."
Program: P. and P.; Junior Woman's Club
Call Letters: VIRGINIA LOUISE WIGGEN
"Jin Jet"
S tatz 'o 3: Boston, Massachusetts
StatA':'. "A soft answer turneth away wrath."
Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year: Junior Woman's
Club, 2 years; Art Staff of No-So-We-La
Call Letters: ROBERT GEORGE WILLIAMS, "'Bob"
Station: Lisbon, Ohio
Static: "Not what I am, but what I hope to be."
Program: Varsity Swimming Team, 2 years; Class
Basketball, 1 year; Class Football, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Citizen's
Club
Call Letters: DERA MAE WILLIAMS, ".Dearle"
Station:Dublin, Georgia
Static: "Hair blacker than a yard up the chimney"
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years;, Biology
Club; 2 years, P. and P.; Dramatic Club
Call Letters: MARY JUNE WILLIAMS
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "A demure red headed miss."
Program: Carreno Club, 2 years; Glee Club, 1 year;
Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; "Don Alonzo's Treasure''
Call Letters: FRANK WILSON, "Fuzzy"
Station: Darlington, South Carolina
Static: "Every inch a man."
Program: Intra-mural Football
Call Letters: GERALDINE E. WILSON, "Jerry"
Station: Dunkick, New York
Static: "MVy love is like a red, red rose.''
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; P. and P.,
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Call Letters: RUTH PHELP WILSON, "i nk y" Station: Fredonia, New York
Static: "Always and ever' remains the same."
Call Letters: ALONZO McKEE WING, "Mack" Station: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Static: "Alas, why need you be so boisterous rough."
Program: Basketball, 1 year; Varsity Golf Team, 3
years; Diamond Ball and Football, 2 years; P. and P., 1 year; Cast: "Don Alonzo's Treasure"; Glee Club; Carreno Club;
"Sweethearts on Parade"
Call Letters: JOSEPH ELTON WINGATE, ""Red" ....
Station: Camilla, Georgia
Static: "God bless the man who first invented sleep."
Program: P. and P. Typist; Class Football; 'Class
Diamond Ball
Call Letters: HARRY FRANKLIN WOODS
"Lighthouse"
Station: Mulberry, Florida
Static: "He knows so little and knows it so fluently."
Program: Varsity Track, 2 years; Class Track. 4
years; Orchestra* 3 years; Class Football, 2 years; Class Basketball; Senior Class Program Committee; Class Diamond Ball
Call Letters: DORIS LUCILLE WOODWORTH Station: Sparta, Wisconsin
Static: "Dignity is the crown of a well-bred woman."
Call Letters: ROBERT V. WORKMAN, "Bob" Station: Fairfield, Iowa
Static: "He has no ambition unless it be to throw an
egg into an electric fan." Program: Intra-mural Sports
Call Letters: CLAYTON WRIGHT ......
Station: Exeter, New Hampshire
Static: "The deed I intend is great
But what as yet I know not."
Program: Varsity Track, 3 years: Class T rack, 3
years; Class Swimming, 1 year; Senior Play Business Staff; Class Basketball, 1 year; Green Imps, 1 year; Intra-mural Sports, 2
years; Dramatic Club, 1 year
Call Letters: JAMES LOWELL YOST, "Yost" Station: Pleasantville, Ohio
Static: "Silence is one great art of conversation."
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Call Letters. BERTHA MILDRED ROBERTS "Bert"
Station: St. Petersburg, Florida
Static: "A regular duck in water.''
Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year; Swimming Team, 2 years
RCall Letters: EDWARD KINDEL, "Red"
Station: Columbia, Tennessee
Static: "He's always been with us."
Program: Football, 2 years; Basketball, 2 years; Captain '33; "S" Club, 3 years; President '33 and '34; Junior 'Chamber of Commerce,
1 year; Intra-mural Sports
Symn'Plofy Of 11 flIah.
These three years Then, the third and final movement,
We have played a symphony A new conductor was cur guide-Harmonious; discordant..
We wre te msicinsHis baton was good will,
Each playing on the instrument Sympathy and understanding.
On which he excelled. On this, our third movement
Three conductors have we had We climaxed-played cur best,
In this, our three year span: Bringing the symphony
The first conductor--tall, To a mighty clash, a grand finale
Tranquil; light of hair, And those last notes shall resound
Led us through our first movement. And linger in the m2mory
Following was a dark conductor- Throughout the ye Iars eternal..
Medium in stature; a master touch; The symphony of '35!
From our instruments he drew Pleasing notes, rhythmAnd so completed the second movement. NANCYE THOMIPSON




WILLIAM S. JACKSON THOMAS S. FERNON
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President Vice-President
Adviser OLIVER SIMARD MARJORIE CHILDS Adviser
MR. GAY Secretary Treasurer MRS. MILLER
OLIVE ALDERMAN MASTON THOMAS
Under the advisership of Edith Davis, Rudolph Earle and Margaret Yaryan, the '34 Sophomore Program was broadcast from Station S.P.H.S.
The first number was the election of a group of announcers who broadcast for only a limited term. The most competent of these were elected to preside over the Junior Program. The class was outstanding in athletics, their prowess in football along with their ability to furnish competition in intra-murals, being especially noteworthy. The Sophomore Edition of the Palmetto and Pine gave the class its first taste of professional broadcasting and they proved equal to the occasion.
The wires began to hum again when the Sophomores became full-fledged Juniors, their new announcers being Oliver Simard, President; Marjorie Childs, Vice-President; Olive Alderman, Secretary; and Maston Thomas, Treasurer. Advisers Gertrude Cobb Miller and Walter W. Gay guided their second year on the air. During this program they have presented "Don Alonzo's Treasure," the traditional Junior Operetta, the annual Christmas Program and the Junior Edition of the Palmetto and Pine. Their farewell presentation to the Seniors was a gala Junior-Senior Prom at which they offered many new features. Among these was a special entertainment for those who could not dance. As a final tribute to their departing professionals, the Junior Class decorated the broadcasting studio for the final Senior Program at graduation.
Sincerely hoping that the offerings of their Senior Program will be as well presented as those of the Class of '35, the Junior Class is now signing off.
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Junior Roll
Warren Abbott Nita Bassett Louise Brockman Dora Chenneville
Hazel Abrams Joseph Battle Elbert Brokaw Jack Chenneville
Olive Alderman Mary Ann Bauer. Lo Edwin Brooks Jean Cherry
L awrence Allen Jack Beach Pauline Brown Robert Chesser
Ralph Allen Blanche Bean Thomas Brown Hugh Childs
Liliian Ailderdice Marion Bedell Wilson Brydon Marjorie Childs
David Amos Irene Beitel William Buck Albert Church
Jem Anderson David Benson Douglas Burroughs Charles Clark
Mary Anderson Dorothy Biggs Frances Bush Neal Clark
John Andrews Virginia Billups Martha Butterfield Robert Clark
Jane Arnold Janice Bishop Dorothy Butterworth Ruth Clark
Kenneth Arnold Marcus Blanchard Gordon Byrnes Sarah Clark
Cleve Ashmore Roslyn Blumberg Della Call Bernard Clayton
Charles Atherton Eldon Bogue June Campagna Gilbert Clausen
Robert Ayres Betty Jane Bomboff Leora Canfield Mary Cochran
Helen Bail 'ey Raymond Bowren Edna Canning James Coffman
Lillian Baker Richard Bradbeer Charles Carey Alvin Cohen
June Ballard Mary Bradford Constance Carter Braxton Colley
Ralph Ballentine William Brann Frank Carter Russell Combs
Isabel Ballew Charles Brannan Marguerite Caulfield Cloyce Comstock
Eleanor Barefield Kay Brannan Margaret Cermak Doris Conlan
Marie Barfield William Breaker William Chaffee Frederick Conner
Donald Barger Dora Brice George Challenger Jimmy Cook
Helen Barnes Marthabelle Bridgeland Al Chalifoux Vera Cook
Maurice Barnes Frederick Briggs Harry Champe Charles Corey
Mary Jo Barnhill Robert Broadwater Frances Chastain Jean Corey
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Ruth Coughtry Olive Franklin Catherine Holmes Caroline Lilly
Wilbur Coughtry Thomas Freeman Carroll Honse G. V. Lingle
James Craine Ruth Friesel Douglas Hood Bernadine Linquist
Reginald Craw Dorothy Fowle Thane Hooker Pat Lobell
Adelbert Cross Jane Fowler William Hoover Peggy Lobell
Helen Crown Harold Fos Ray Hornor Catherine Long
James Croxton Oscar Foxworth Natalee Houchard William Long
Theodosia Currier Ray Full Alpha Howell Daryl Mahan
Mac Curry Howard Gage Valetta Hudkins David Malone
Irving Cypen John Gaines Ruth Hull Louise Manchester
Thomas Daffron John Galt Homa Hunt Esther Mandeville
Mary Dahlem George Gandy Thomas Hunter Janet Mandeville
Phillip Dann William Garlington Paul Hurst Martha Mann
Roy Daughtry Bertha Garrick Earlene Hutcheson Dorothy Marden
Lewis Davenport Alvin Garver Irene Jacobs Betty Jane Markham
John Davis William Gay John Jacobson Anne Marron
Lyon Davis Buddy Geary Jack Jackson Charles Martin
Daniel Dawson Esther Gibson Mary Jackson Helen Martin
Richard Dayton Grace Gilbert J. D. Javens Marion Martin
Louis Deal Harriett Gill James Jennings Bernard Masterson
Waterman Deal Edith Ginn Richard Jerger Mike Mastry
Virginia Dean Ernest Ginter Myrtle Jerkins Willie Mastry
Juanita Dent Fern Goldberg Samuel Johnson Nancy McAfee
Irma Deidrick Edna Gower Betty Jones William McArthur
Jack Deitrich Donald Grady Idell Jones Helen McBride
James Deitrich Helen Gregory Donald Jordon Marjorie McClure
Marian Dodge George Griffin Dorothy Jorgensen Lorraine McCutcheon
Ann Doherty Orville Grounds Russell Kauffman Allan McIntosh
Lois Donehoo Audrey Groves George Kavakos Margaret McKinley
Lillian Dorman Elizabeth Guion Virginia Kern Josephine McKnight
Mary Martha Dowling Junior Haffey Howard Khouri Robert McLaughlin
Nan Duhme Evelyn Hale Earl Kimura James McMannis
Sue Duncan Frances Hammond Harry Kingsland William McMannis
Peggy Duryea Theodore Hanchey Marjorie Klebe Mary McQueen
Alex Easton Rose Hannon Eleanor Koehler Peggy Meacham
Frances Eckhart Beryl Hardacker La Verne Krantz Kenneth Mead
Enid Edgerly Louise Harman Edward Krauss Regina Melber
Sharbn Edwards James Harper Otto Krauss Helen Melvin
Samuel Eggers Eleanor Harrell Pat Krause Ina Mae Merkhofer
Frank Eidge Mabel Hastings Grace Kuhn Rosalie Merritt
Robert Elkins Dorothea Hatcher Rosemary Ladson Carolyn Miller
William Elliot Louise Haugh Irving Lake Emerson Minnich
Frank Elston Celeste Hayes Dorothy Lambdin Arquilla Minshew
Bettie Enwright E. Wallace Hayes Vincent La Milia Mildred Moon
Patricia Everly Lois Heath Vernon Lamoureaux Helen Moran
Sylvia Faulk Margaret Heckman Dorothy Lanier Charles Morris
George Farmer Richard Henry William Larkins Mary Ben Morris
John Farrar Gene Hersman Peggy Laughner Dorothy Myers
Otis Feaster Frederick Hertel Estelle Laukota Howard Neeld
Bonnie Fenske Caroline Hey Allen Laurence John Neigh
Myrtle Ferdon William Hiepe Cecil Law Lois Nelson
Marion Fernald Daniel Hiestand Bryant Le Duc Martha Nichols
Dorothy Fikes Carlisle Hightower Frank Lee Nina Noel
Gibson Finley James Gordon Hill Stephen Leisner Lucille Nowell
Wesley Finney Mary Hill William Leitch Phyliss Obermeyer
Frank Fleck Charlotte Hitchcock Margaret Leitch Ralph O'Brien
Allene Ford Isabelle Hitt Barto Levi
Fay Ford Peggy Hobbes Linwood Lewallen Beatrice Oliver
Lolly Forsythe Dorothy Hogan Phillip Lewis Joseph Packard
Leonard Forsythe John Hogin Florence Libby Patricia Parker
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Ruth Parker George Roberts Mary Vic Smith Lalah Ulm
Sara Parker Alice Robinson Richard Smith James Valentine
Dorothy Parks Mary Edith Roden Robert Smith Ross Vandervoort
Jane Parks William Rogers William Snelling Jo Ann Verhey
Jane Patton Winston Rogers Robert Souder Robert Vogt
Hannah Pedrick Leandous Rosier Lloyd Stahl John W. Wagner
Ruth Pemble William Ross Theodore Stambaugh Kenneth Walker
Mary Jane Phillips Myriam Rossiter Virgil Stanett Stanley Waltz
Edwin Phoenix Mable Roth Julian Stanley Helen Wand
William Pless Buck Roux Alderman Stansel Douglas Warren
Edwin Platt Winfield Russell Kenneth Stanton Dorothy Jane Warren
Katherine Poarch Margaret Sackett Gerald Stanton Donald Watson
Jack Pollard Clifford Sadler Naomi Stapleton Jack Watson
Irma Polly Wilbur Salter Robert Stein Joseph Watson
Leola Polly Louise Sandock Andrew Stephens Pauline Weaver
Frances Poppell Peter Sarfaty Woodrow Stephens Charlotte Welch
Marietta Potts Dale Sawyer Mary Stewart Anna Wells
Albert Power Esther Schowe. Fletcher Stoufer Charles Paul West
Barbara Prince Harold Scott Gertrude St. Jacques Betty White
Jeanne Prochaska Karl Schultz Ellen Stuart Louise White
Carolyn Pursley Mary Jane Shaw Robert Summers Evan Whittier
Ray Randall Tully Shelley Ann Sylvester Erma Whittle
Charles Raphun Inez Sherman Cleo Sweat Chesley Wideman
William Ray Marjorie Sheron Lucille Taylor Glen Wilcox
Imogene Raymond Caroline Schick Oliver Taylor Frederick Williams
W. M. Raymond Dorothy Schick Peggy Taylor Johnny Williams
Charles Redington Jennie Sierkese Gertrude Temmerson Richard Wilkes
Evelyn Reed Oliver Simard Martin Tewes Sidney Wilson
Margaret Reese George Simmons Cora Thomas Martha Witter
Thomas Bruce Reese John Sims Hope Thomas Catherine Witterholt
W. B. Reese Martha Sims Maston Thomas Ralph Wittmeyer
Ralph Reid Betty Simpson William Thomas George Wolcott
Lloyd Remington Henry Simpson Nell Thompson Frank Wood
Robert Rennen Robert Siviter Winston Thompkins Ralph Wood
Sarah Reynolds Mary Skevakis Nathaniel Tomson William Wood
Clarice Rice Charles Slauter Robert Tomson James Workizer
Freida Ricketts Frank Smith Aline Townsend Donald Wright
Doris Ritchie Hansel Smith Ida Turner
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President Adviser Vice-President
JOHN PEARCE MRS. GAGER TOM BARY
Treasurer Secretary
GIBSON FINLEY DON GRADY
President Adviser Vice-President
FRANKLIN BROWN MR. WHITE JIMMY MATHEWS
Treasurer Secretary
SANDY STILES JEAN LAMBDIN
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As the radio tunes in we appear as eager listeners to the ever flowing advice of our experienced announcers, the Juniors and Seniors. A new station was formed in the S.P.H.S. Network. The cast was headed in our debut on the airwaves by John Pearce. He was ably assisted in his direction of the program by Tom Bary, Don Grady, and Gibson Finley. We were always aided and guided by our directors and scenario writers, Mrs. Gager and Mr. 'White. The first act was a success. Now there appeared before the microphone a new directory staff headed by Frank Brown. His assistants were Jean Lambdin, Jimmy Mathews, and Sanford Stiles.
With the combined efforts of a great supporting cast, we published an eight page paper, selling over one thousand copies.
As a final tribute to the stars, the graduating seniors, we decorated the stage for the Baccalaureate sermon,
Looking forward with eager ness, the class of '3 7 awaits the day they will assume the peak of success, the role of announcer of station- S.P.H.S.
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Sophomore Roll
Charles Abbott Frank Beckwith Helen Arline Brown John Colley
Dorothy Ackerman Jack Bell J. B. Brown Betty Conant
Alf red Adams Marie Bergman Thornton Brown Fred Cone
Vivian Ahlsweh Donald Bernst Frances Bruce Barbara Cooley
Eugenia Albert William Berry John Bruce Eugene Cooper
Janet Allen William Besser Kathryn Bryan Nellie Cooperman
Jerry Allen Coe Best, Jr. Margaret Buck Arlene Cordrey
Margaret Allen Doris Black William Buckley Betty Correll
Patricia Alinour Richard Black L. D. Buie Jane Cotton
Edna Aliwurden Betty Blackman Lois Burch Glen Coy
Raymond Armstrong Robert Blanc Earl Burdi.-k Donald Crane
Mardie Arnold Mary Blanton George Burke Donald Cunningham
Charlotte Babb Paul Blanshard, Jr. Betty Butter Frances Curtiss
Earl Baker Nora Blumberg Joel Campbell Ann Czekalski
Wilma Jean Baker Jack Boggs Dean Carlson Richard Czekalski
Beverly Bamond Zoe Bowser Robert Carroll Helen Daniel
Dorothy Banks Ross Boyd Jean Cartwright Andrew Davenport
Ftank Barhydt Mary Boyer Winifred Cermak Eleanor Davis
Clayton Barnhill Alida Bracken Dorothy Chandler Florence Davis
.Joseph Barron Mary Brainard Virginia Chase Harry Davis
Thomas Bary Jack Orion Brandt Phillip Chess Jean Day
Bette Bates Justine Brannan Carol Chieves Bernard Dearmin.
Clara Battle Dortha Brannin Glenn Cobb Fred Dearmin
Elonzo Bean Guy Brewster Betty Jean Cochran L. F. De Board
Bruce Beat Elbert Brokaw Thomas Colbath Robert Delahunt
Elizabeth Beers Emily Louise Brown Irene Colby Jean Delano
Dorothy Beers Franklin Brown Sally Coley Ralph De Loach
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John Dewey Clara Hadley Louise Juntgen Eileen MacDonald
Alan Dichooer Edward Hailey Alene Justus Gene MacEneny
James Dietrich Darrell Haley Ruth Kanarr Ralph Macomber
Charles Dimas Emmett Hall, Jr. Isadore Katz Betty Mahaffey
Elva Dodson Hoyt Hall Robert Kay Eugenia Mann
Marion Dufault Willie Ray Hall Benjamin Keefer Elizabeth Mann
George Dufoe Juanita Hance James Keefer Louise Marks
Gordon Duncan Shirley Hanks George Keener Betty Martin
Edgar Dunn George Hannon Philip Kalcourse Donald Martin
William Durrant Walter Hanwell William Kemp John Mayberry
Myrtle Duve Raymond Harmon Howard Khouri Elizabeth Mather
Lewis Dymond Harriet Harris Virginia Kidd Jimmie Mathews
Jeanne Easters Sam Harris Earl Kimura Martin Mathews
Maude Eddins William Harrison Louise Klattie Nell Mathews
Francis Edsell Dorothy Harrison Arthur Klutts Mary Ann Matson
Ann Egerton Jean Haskell Clair Knerr Ruth Meares
Charles Eitel Eleanor Haven Robert Kocher Sylvia Meares
Alice J. Elliot Joan Hein Herbert Krause Harold Mears
Bruce Ellis Charles Heinz Sarah Kruse Katie Meros
Frances Ellison Louis Hibbs Jean Lambdin Barbara Meyer
Dorothy Elliston Marilyn Hieatt Stuart Lampe Chris Michelson
Howard Embree Doris Higer Ruth Lane Geraldine Miller
Robert Endress Charles Hightower Thomas Long Walter Miller
Buddy Enwright Robert Hill Jean Larraway Virginia Millsap
William Esterly James Hill Joan Larraway Margaret Minkley
Martha Eustis Mary Hill Donald Lothane Emma Dora Minnis
Robert Evans Polly Hinman Lura Mae Laughmiller Dorothy Moe
Charles Ewell Mattie Mae Hinman Cecil Law Annette Moody
Douglas Falconer -Edward Hoffman Harry Lawrence Tom Moody
James Farmer Elizabeth Hoffman Louise Lawson William Mooney
Glenn Farren Myrtle Hoffman Robert Leah Eugene Monzo
William Feerst Walter Hogan Georgia Rae Lee Peggy Morton
Virginia Fetterman James Holmes Earl Leifeste Deen Mountain
Frank Fleck Lois Hopkinson Stephen Leimer John Mundorff
Edward Fleming Richard Hoppe Glen V. Leland Leon Murray
Anne Flinchbaugh Margaret Horton Richard Letteleir Billy Nevitt
Daniel Ford Hubert Houston Louise Letsinger Katherine Nichs
Leslie Forrest Lewis Howard Ada Jane Lewis Ruth Niffenegger
Jeannette Freshwater Milton Howarth Howard Lewis Annetta Noble
George Friesel Louise Howe Grethel Littlejohn Noriene Noble
Bernard Fuchs Orpha Howell Henry Lochte Frank O'Brien
Betty Futch Lilly Hubbard Francis Long Billie O'Donnell
Mary Gaffney Mildred Huff Virginia Loughnot Elizabeth Oldis
Dorothy Gammill Elizabeth Hughes Frances Lundquist Theodore Oliver
George Garraghan Nancy Hull Charles Lutz Edwin Orr
Charles Gibson Anita Hullman Samuel McArthur Thomas Orr
Georgine Glasgow Clifton Huston Jean McBride Harry Overheul
Hugh Glidewell Peggy Hutchinson Clare McCall Jane Palmer
Robert Goldsmith John Hutto Frank McCall Francis Parker
Daphne Goodbread William Ineson Barbara McClintosh Helen Pearce
Mary Gordon Mary Ingram Anne M. T. McClure John Pearce
Clifford Gould Rhoda Iverson Kenneth McCullough Marion Pemble
Sara Gowdy Alfred Jackson Marion McEarhem Ruth Pemble
Lucille Grandmaison Betty Johnson Robert McGrath Alma Pendley
Elizabeth Greene Winson Johnson Robert McIntyre Jean Phillips
Matis Greene Earl Jones Rita McKenzie Violetta Pheonix
Wilberta Griffin Ruth Jones Kenneth McLeod Dwight Pichett
Harriet Griffith Virginia Jones Willian McLeod Dorothy Pilsbury
Betty Grounds Virginia Jordan William McMullen Kenneth Piltz
William Groesback Rita Jorgenson Dorothy McNeely Doris Pleasants
Mary C. Grunsenmeyer Jocelyn Juniper Kyle McPhail Kenneth Ponsley
Wanda Gust Joyce Juniper Betty Macauley Florence Popwell
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Elizabeth Post Edward Schoell William Taylor Betty Jane Webber
Claire Power Mary Schooley Bayard Tewksbury Arthur Wellington
Omar Powers William Schueneman Lucille Thomas Sylvia Wells
Ella Queen Martha Scott Charles Thompson Betty Jo Wendell
Robert Radford Scott Searles, Phoebe Thompson Mary West
Glenna Ralston Donald Shephard Robert Thorne Jane Weston
Melvin Ramsey Jack Shinn Pauline Thrasher Addison Wheeler
Rhoda Raymond Walter Shiver John Tibbetts Theodore White
Mary Reaman Julia Shockley Marjorie Tokstad Louise Whitfield
Richard Reed Byron Shouppe Harry Tower Louise Whittier
Bernarr Reeder Betty Shriner Shelby Trager Margaret Whitworth
Frances Rees Ervein Shropshire James Trimble Robbie Wideman
Paul Rohnborg Ruth Schultz Hale Tucker Florence Wiecking
Carrie Reid Donald Simpkinson Joyce Turner Virginia Wiggin
John Reid Frances Sims Marjorie Turner Louise Wilder
William Reid Richard Singleton Helen Uiffer Judith Wiley
Robert Reinhold Fred Smith Edna Ulm Winifred Wiley
Lloyd Remington Gladys Smith Muriel Urlocher Irene Williams
Dorothy Reynolds Paul Smith Courtland Valentine Jane Williams
Anita Richards Bayne Snyder Louis Valsek Jeanne Williams
Maxine Riden Ruth Sparks Mildred VanBuskirk Phyliss Williams
Lawrence Ridley Bobbie Speer Charles VanFleet Roy Williams
Robert Rogers Eleanor Speer Nellie VanHouten Wynell Williams
Eunice Rollins Lawrence Sperry Alice Vaughn Clyde Williamson
Peggy Roney Julian Stanley Eldon Velboom Virginia Willy
Leymour Rosofshey George Stannard Doris Vichers Jean Wilson
Mary Joe Ross Herbert Stannard Alice Vincze Ralph Wilson
Peggy Ross Irving Stansel Barbara Wagner Glenn Witt
William Ross Mary Stevenson Ella Wakefield Alvin Wittmeyer
Dorothy Roughgarden Hugh Stewart Arline Walker Frances Wood
Dorothy Rudy Raymond Stewart Virginia Wallen Joe Wood
Bona Rushing Helen Stiles Donald Walrath Martha Wood
Frances Salter Sanford Stiles Leon Walsh Edward Woolner
Emil Samec Robert Stillson Jack Walters Janet Wright
Verne Sassaman Louise Swafford Wendell Ware Marjorie Wunderlich
Vera Sasser Buddy Sweet Barbara Warren Lucy Joe Yancey
Robert Sauers Michaek Sweeting Howard Warren Vernon Yonkers
Mildred Schach Robert Swindalls Jane Warriner Cheryl Yontz
Olga Schatz Virginia Talbot Frances Watland U. G. Young
Jeanette Schlegel Howard Taylor Jean Watson Clarice Zehler
Virginia Schmidt King Taylor Verne Way Woodrow Zinn
Marilyn Schmidt Lucille Taylor Eleanor Webb
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Sophomore Static
NAME PET EXPRESSION
BYRON SHOUPPE---------------------------------------------God be with ,you 'cause I can't"
ANN MCCLURE----------------------------------------------'Ha-a-a-a-a-a"
BOB MCGRATH----------------------------------------------Great big round phooey on you"
PEACHES SCHOOLEY------------------------------------------ "Hon-est-ly"
BILLY MCLEOD-----------------------------------------------Shucks"
JEAN LAMBDIN-----------------------------------------------Shucks now"
JOHN PEARCE-----------------------------------------------And we can do it"
MARGARET HORTON -----------------------------------------Everything'1 be all right"
TOM BARY--------------------------------------------------'What's the matter with you'
ANNETTE MOODY---------------------------------------------"More fun"
DOT BANKS-------------------------------------------------'Ain't it the truth"
ANN EDGERTON-----------------------------------------------'She stands alone"
BETTY FUTCH-----------------------------------------------Cutie pie"
FRANKLIN BROWN--------------------------------------------'How's with you"
DOT GAMMILL-----------------------------------------------'Hello there"
KATHERINE MEROS-------------------------------------------Absentees please"
FRANCIS HALL------------------------------------------------'I'm happy tonight
My future looks bright"
JANE COTTON-----------------------------------------------Hey-darlin'"
DON GRADY ------------------------------------- How'er runt"
ELEANOR WEBB -- - - - - -- - - - ---Say now, you all"
MICKEY SHEPARD-------------------------.----------i' go long now"
GIBSON FINLEY-----------------------------------------------'I want my dime''




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St. Petersburg High School is to be congratulated upon its splendid coaching staff bead-. ed by that dean of Florida high school coaches, Fred K. Stewart, who for the past two years has been assisted by coach Gordon Benn, a former student at St. Petersburg High and a graduate from the University of Iowa.
Coach Stewart first took up his duties at St. Petersburg High in 1926 as an assistant coach, but upon proving his outstanding ability as a coach in all major sports, he was appointed head coach the following year.
Immediately after his appointment, Coach Stewart organized the Big Ten Conference, composed of the ten leading high schools throughout the state. Every year since its organization he has been unanimously re-elected president.
Coach Stewart's record is one to be envied, for every year he turns out teams noted for their fair play and fight.
Coach Gordon Benn assumed his duties as assistant coach in 1933 and has rapidly proven a great favorite and skillful director of athletic activities.
Coach IBenn is wholly responsible for the splendid intra-mural system now being carried on1 in St. Petersburg High. It is largely through his undying energy and capable organizing that a great number of students who are unable to make varsity squads have an athletic outlet comnposed of touch football diamondod ball, swimming and track.
St. Petersburg Higfi feels that with two such outstanding coaches the "Green Devils" will always represent their Alma Mater favorably, whether on gridiron, court, or track.
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Led by Captain Billy Cooper, the Green Devil varsity eleven finished their 1934 season with a total of four games won, four lost, and one tie.
IThe Green Devils of '34 opened their season with a splendid array of lettermen, but the toughest schedule of any team in the Big Ten Conference proved too powerful for the fighting Devils. However, they are to be con gratulated upon their grit and fair tactics, both characteristics of which any team may well be a proud possessor.
Graduating lettermen areas follows: Red Kindel, Captain Billy Cooper, Bill Joseph, Buddy Rimes, Verne Goodbread, Mike Bruton, C. B. Potts, Gene Templeton, Bill Enwright, Hugh Yancey, Bill Gower, Cardell Klezkner, Harold Smith and Manager Henry Baynard.
Lettermen returning next year are: Jimmy West, Walter Aitchison, Captain-elect Hugh Adcock, Ray Homner, Martin Tewes, Gibson Finley and Ed Hogan.
S. P.H. S. 1934 GAMES OPPONENTS
19 Bradenton 0
7 Plant 7
6 Andrew Jackson 13
25 Palmetto 0
7 Hil lsborough 13
7 Robert E. Lee 14
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Swinging into the West Coast Tournament the ED WALKER, Manager St. Petersburg "Iron Men" fought their way to he finals and, weary from the strain of tournament play, bowed in defeat to Hillsborough High of Tampa. With only one game lost out of fifteen played, the Devils Journeyed to the State Tournament where they rew the defending state Champions and the number two seeded team for their 'second and third rounds. After ecisively beating the two seeded teams the "Green Devils" faced Miami High for three overtime periods, ending n the short end of a 28 to 26 score in the most exciting finals game in the history of Florida high school sport. Graduating lettermen are: Captain Jack Bushman, Stewart Richardson, C. B. Potts and Bill Gower. Returning lettermen are: Hugh Adcock and Co-Capt ains Jimmy Valentine and Hootie Homner.
BIG TEN SCHEDULE WEST COAST TOURNAMENT
.P.H.S.---------- 16 Lakeland ..----13 S.P.H.S.---------- 40 Palmetto--------- 12
,.P.H.S.---------- 24 Hillsborough__ 18 S.P.H.S.---------- 42 Sarasota ---------18
. P. H. S.---------- 23 Clearwater------- 15 S.P.H.S.---------- 18 Plant------------ 16
.P.H.S.---------- 23 Plant------------11 S.P.H.S.---------- 19 Hillsborough----28
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.P.H.S ---------- 34 Plant City------10 STATE TOURNAMENT
.P.H-S.---------- 22 Plant------------ 18 S.P.H.S.----------.34 Aucilla----------- 17
;.P.H.S.---------- 18 Lakeland .- -17 S.P.H.S ---------- 26 Leesburg .--------- 19
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The 1935 "Green Devil" Harriers started their season with high hopes for the State Chainpionship crown, presenting quite an array of lettermen as proof of their power.
Led by Captain Clayton Wright the Devil.... trackmen opened up by tieing Plant High of Tampa 6 1 6 1in a dual meet and the following week the Devils came in 6 points behind this same team to hold down third place in the annual West '4 Coast tournament. Feeling slightly down hearted
the Devils clashed with the St. Pete. Jr. College in their second dual meet of the season easily deCLAYTON WRIGHT, Captain feating their opponents 89 to 33. With this JAMES BOOTH, Manager crushing victory in their trophy bag the Green Devils headed for Gainesville and a State Championship; however, their hopes were blasted once more as only seven men qualified for the finals. Against such odds the Devils were given only an outside chance to even place but with true S.P.H.S. spirit the Devil trackmen captured three first --places and a new state record was set for the javelin by Martin Tewes, giant junior, giving St. Pete. a third place on the official score card.
Graduating lettermen are: Captain Clayton Wright. Harold Stevenson. Verne Goodbread, Bob O'Brien, Bob Mills, Kenneth Vaughn. Jacob Buenzli and Harry Woods.
Returning lettermen are: Co-Captains Hervey Gresh and Martin Tewes, Nat Tomson. H. Hopkinson, Ray Horner, V. Yonkers.
FIRST PLACES WEST COAST MEET TRACK RESULTS
WRIGHT 440 yd. dash time 54.9 S.P.H.S.-----------61 Plant High --------- 61
GOODBREAD discus 112' 4V2"
TEWES javelin 168' 8" (new record) S.P.H.S.------------89 Junior College ----- 33
STEVENSON pole-vault 12' (new record) WEST COAST MEET STATE MEET
FIRST PLACES STATE MEET Orlando ----------42 Orlando ---------31/
GOODBREAD discus 110' 6 V/2"
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The "Green Devil" natators of 1935 faced an unsurmountable difficulty in the loss of their Captain, Bud *dy Rimes, who was forced to quit early in the season because of a physical handicap. However the S.P.H.S. splashers under the guidance of Coach S. B. Predmore and acting Captain Oliver Simard finished fourth in the state meet and counted wins over Hillsborough and West Palm Beach in dual meets.
We congratulate acting Captain Simard and his team mates on their excellent showing and wish the swimming team next year a world of success.
Graduating letter-men: Bob Adriance, Bob Miller and Bob W\illiams.
Returning letter-men: Don Grady, Acting-Captain Oliver Simard, Bill Snelling and Douglas Burroughs.
RESULTS DUAL MEET RESULTS STATE MEET
S.P.H.S.-------------------- 48 Ft. Lauderdale --------------- 27
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The St. Petersburg High Schocl Golf Team, composed of Captain Mack Wing and Bill Bond, finished their 1935 season with two wins and two losses, all four games composing duLal meets.
Due to the slight interest shown in golf. Mack and Bill carried the brunt of the contests throughout the season and we commend them highly on their splendid play.
RESULTS
S P.H.S. vs. Plant 5-3 Plant vs. S.P.H.S. 5-4
S.P.H.S. vs. St. Petersburg Junior College 7-2 St. Petersburg Junior College vs. S.P.H.S. 6-3
Tennis Team
The 1935 "Green Devil" Tennis Team. made up STATE SINGLES TOURNAMENT
of Captain Jack Bushman and Buddy Enwright, Bushman vs. Roberts of Vero Beach 6-1 6-0
lost one and tied one game in their dual meets. Bushman vs. Smith of Tallahassee 7-5 6-1
Captain Bushman advanced to the finals in the state Bushman vs. Delano of Miami 7-5 9-7
singles tournament. where he was defeated by Gurn- Bushman vs. Groff of Tampa 6-0 6-1
ser of Orlando. defending state champion. Bushman Gurnsey vs. Bushman of S.P.H.S. 6-2 6-3 6-2 then joined with his team mate, Buddy Enwright, to advance to the semi-finals in the state doubles STATE DOUBLES TOURNAMENT
tournament. S.P.H.S. vs. Miami 6-2 6-4
DUAL MEETS S.P.H.S. vs. Vero Beach 3-6 7-5 7-5
Plant vs. S.P.H.S. 4-3 S.P.H.S. vs. Plant 6-2 6-4
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Coach S. B. Predmore took the 1935 "Green Devils" under his wing and turned out a first class swimming team. Although the Girl's Swimming Team, under the leadership of Captain Bertha Roberts, finished fourth in the state meet, we must remember that they were swimming against the world-famous Rawls Sisters, who formed both a mental and physical handicap.
Graduating letter-men: Captain Bertha Roberts and Patsy Beil.
Returning letter-men: Bonnie Fenske, Frances Bush, Lillian Allerdice, Jane Eustis, Dot Parks, Ruth Niffenegger and Katherine Poarch.
RESULTS DUAL MEET RESULTS STATE MEET
S.P.H.S.-------------------- 54 Ft. Lauderdale --------------- 53
West Palm Beach ------------- 26 Winter Park------------------ 19
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or the St. Petersburg High Sclioo e t e r s burg, Florid Rad io Number Volume Sixteen Published by tbe (_ lass o| 1935

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Foreword The broadcast of the class of '35 from station S.P.H.S. is over and we are about to go off the air. As we stand on the threshhold of life, we look back for a moment through the pages of this book and realize that our stay here was all too short. We tried to do our duty, however, and hope that by so doing weÂ’ve made this station more powerful. Now our parting wish is that your fan mail to our stars and supporting cast be of the deepest appreciation, and in signing off, we present as our grand finale the No-So-We-Ea of 1935. May this book bring back to you memories of your sojourn here, and may harmony prevail over static in your big broadcast of life

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Order of Books School Classes Athletics Activities and Arts Features Advertisements

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Hr, $L JL tegfir, Principal We, in appreciation, dedicate this OyV volume of the No-So-We-Ea to you, our friend and counselor page eight

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m m Superintendent of Public Instruction Pinellas County page ten

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Beulah W. Abbott. M. A. University of Florida English Anna M. Appleby. A. B. Scarritt Morrisville History GORDON BLAIR BENN, B. S. P. F:. University of Iowa Athletics and Hygiene Leafy McCallister Boatman, A. B. Fairmont State College Librarian Willard E. Brown, A. B. West Virginia Wesleyan CORA N. COFFEY, B. S. Spanish Liberty College (Dean of Girls) History Edward D. Covington, B. S. Western Kentucky State Teachers College Manual Training Ruth M. Crawford, B. S. Mississippi State College for Women Athletics and Hygiene JESSIMAE DABNEY, A. M. University of Cincinnati English Edith M. Davis, B. S. Peabody College Home Economics Gertrude Day, B. S. University of Illinois English ALICE A. DICKINSON, B. S. Florida State College for Women English Vera Dumas, M. A. University of Chicago Latin Rudolph Earle, L. L. B. University of South Carolina History and Law MARGUERITE EVANS, A. B. Florida State College for Women English Helen L. Feagin, A. B. Florida State College for Women English Marie Gager, B. S. Pennsylvania State College Science page eleven

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Walter W. Gay, A. B. University of Alabama Mathematics Lois Curtis Geiger, M. A. Columbia University English Clara Jean Grazier, A. B. Goucher College History Ardis Hanson, A. B. South Dakota Business English L. A. Herr, M. A. Columbia University Teachers' College Mechanical Drawing Elizabeth Coates James A. M. Mercer University English Daisy Belle John, A. B. American Academy of Speech and Dramatics Art and Speech Mildred Kathryn Kaniss A. B. Florida State College for Women English and Clothing Beth M. Kehler, A. B. Florida State College for Women French Janet C. King Columbia University TeachersÂ’ College Art Elizabeth McAllister M. A. Indiana University Commercial Kenneth Lewis, M. S. Toronto University Science Marion Mahan, B. A. Ohio Wesleyan University Spanish Hazel S. Merritt, B. S. New York State College Mathematics L. Vincent Mead, B. S. Baldwin-Wallace College Mathematics Gertrude Cobb Miller Institute of Musical Art of the City of New York Music J. K. Miller, B. S. Mississippi State Science page twelve

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I L. C. Minor, B. S. E. University of Florida Commercial Subjects ARLETTA Moslin Norman Junior College Secretary Clara Lucille Mote, A. B. Earlham College Mathematics Carolyn Parker, A. B. Bethany College English W. Dennis Perkinson, M. A. Ohio State University History Joseph A. Reeves, M. S. C. Ohio State University Science Lois Reid, B. S. University of Kentucky Commercial Subjects Lauson B. Skidmore, M. S. University of Toronto History David \V. Stallcup, B. S. University of Florida Mathematics and Science Eleanor Stewart, M. S. Miami University, Oxford, Ohio English and Latin Fred K. Stewart, A. B. Bethany College Athletics and Hygiene Helen Farnam Story, M. A. Wellesley College Mathematics Lida Tulane, B. A. University of Florida History CARLEEN M. VlNAL, A. B. Florida State College for Women Latin C. E. WHITE, A. B. University of Michigan History Margaret Wilder, A. B. University of Tennessee Mathematics Margaret M. Yaryan, A. B. University of Michigan English page thirteen

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2 If Radio’s slim fingers Can pluck a melody From Night and toss it over A continent or sea; If petaled white notes Of a vibrant violin Are blown across a mountain Or a city’s drumming din; If songs like crimson roses Are culled from thin, blue air, Why should mortals wonder If God hears prayer! —Nancye Thompson page fourteen

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Miss Gertrude Day "The fairest garden in her looks, And in her mind the wisest books’ (Q K_yur Q^lahon^)/Ifilanagers during the most important hour of our broadcast, we were fortunate enough to have two such helpful station managers So we take this opportunity to thank them for their as Miss Gertrude Day and Mr. Gordon Benn loyal cooperation and untiring efforts in making our broadcast one that we will remember through the years. Mr. Gordon Benn 'A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows” page sixteen

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Secretary President Vice-President Treasurer Wave Smith Jim Walton Pete Meros Henry Baynard The Broadcast of the Class of ’35 Our broadcast at Station S.P.H.S. is over, and we are about to go off the air. Wherever we may go, we will always look back with pleasure to the hours which we have spent at this station. First as Sophomores, we performed on the Amateur Hour. Frequently we were given the gong by the upper classmen (or professionals) but the knowledge that we would sometime be professionals ourselves gave us courage. We were the last Sophomore Class to be divided into three groups. Those broadcasting on network A-G had as their announcer Bill Bond. Peter Meros was the an nouncer over the H-Q network, and Jim Walton over the R-Z hook-up. One of our most interesting programs was a Tea Dance, given early in the year. We were the first Sophomore Class to sponsor a second performance of the Senior Play, and our Class Picnic Program was a great success. As Juniors, with Peter Meros as our announcer, our program continued on the high plane which we had established the year before. That year s Class Picnic Program was even better than the one the year before. The station managers this year, as the year before, were Miss Brown, Miss Tulane and Mr. Lewis. When we reached our Senior year, we became full-fledged professionals, with many added privileges and responsibilities Jim Walton was our announcer, and our station managers were Miss Day and Mr. Benn. The Whole Town s Talking/' the Mother’s Tea, and the Class Picnic were highlights on our pro gram. We had the distinction of introducing to this station three entirely new features: Student Government, the National Honor Society, and Caps and Gowns for graduation. Now we look back over the years of our High School Broadcast, and see that they were, for the most part, good. So it is with regret that we say “Good bye,” and sign off from Station S.P.H.S. page seventeen

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Call Letters: Ann Adams, "Annie" Station : Windsor. Ontario, Canada Static: "There is none like her, Though there be many imitations. Program: Junior Woman's Club, 1 year Call Letters: Helen Adams, “ F reckles" Station: Boston. Massachusetts Static: "What mischief lies within her eyes. What fresh new pranks will she devise?” Call Letters: Dixie Lu Alden, "Dixie" Station: Passaic, New Jersey Static: “I’d like to try on her smile.” Program: P. and P. Staff, 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club. 1 year: Athletic Association; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Publicity Staff "The Whole Town’s Talking” Call Letters : Lorraine Allen, "Larry" Station: Nashville, Tennessee Static: "Good sense, which only is the gift of heaven.” Call Letters: Barbara Anderson, “Babs" Station : Andes, New York Static: "An artist without an artistic temperament.” Program: Editor of Business English Edition of P. and P. Call Letters: Frank Anderson Station: Birmingham, Alabama Static: "‘Nothing can shake the even tenor of his ways.” Call Letters: John Anderson Station: Fort Valley, Georgia Static: "True worth needs no interpreter.” Call Letters: Helen Ruth Andrews Station: Oakmont, Pennsylvania Static: “Harmony of aim.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Dramatic Program: Club, 1 year page eighteen

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Robert Anthony Richmond, Virginia ‘He knows not whence, nor whither, where, nor why.” Aria S. Applegate, “Dit" St. Petersburg, Florida “Though time may come and time may go. I’m never in a hurry.” Carreno Club. 2 years; Dramatic Club. 1 year; “Tulip Time” Arthur Appleyard, “Art" Johnstown, Pennsylvania “Not that I love study less But that I love fun more.” Dramatic Club. 1 year Lois Aucker, “Tody" Oil City, Pennsylvania “Her ways are ways of pleasantness.” ADIEN AUDIBERT, “Dine" Whitefield, New Hampshire “Contentment is better than riches.” Carreno Club; Dramatic Club; Orchestra; Glee Club Martha Elizabeth Avery “Kim" Columbus, Ohio “When you’re tall there’s more of you to like.” P. and P., 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Roman Banquet Julia Baker St. Petersburg, Florida “What she lacks in height she makes up in sweetness.” ^ Charles Wesley Ballah “Buster" St. Petersburg, Florida “Slow to anger, slow to learn Touch his hair and your fingers burn.” page nintcert

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z z Dorothy Ballentine, “ D ot ” Columbia, South Carolina ‘All her paths are peace.” Library Club, 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club; Junior Operetta Sarah Katherine Banks, “ K i t t y ” Guerryton, Alabama On with the dance! Let joy be unconfined.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Treasurer, ’3 5; Carreno Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club 1 year; Art Staff No-So-We-Ea Carolyn C. Barker, “Carol” Springfield, Massachusetts ‘Art is power.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; P. and P., 2 years; Art Editor, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year Ruth Virginia Barron Safety Harbor, Florida ‘Just an old-fashioned girl.” Orchestra, 3 years; Carreno Club, 2 years Irene Batchelder, “Rente” St. Petersburg, Florida ‘The hand that follows intellect can achieve.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Treasurer Sophomore Class; Treasurer Junior Class; ‘Tulip Time”; P. and P., 1 year; Cheer Leader, 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year. Virginia Mae Baughman “Jenny” St. Petersburg, Florida ‘A miss is as good as her smile.” Volley Ball, Class and Varsity, 2 years; Basketball, Class and Varsity, 2 years; Diamond Ball, Class and Varsity, 1 year; Track, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year. Henry Baynard, “Poogie” St. Petersburg, Florida ‘I never let my studies interfere with my High School Education.” P. and P., 2 years; Football Manager; Intra mural Sports, 3 years; Treasurer Senior Class; Sport Editor No-So-We-Ea; Student Relations Committee; Junior Chamber of Commerce; ”S” Club, 1 year; ‘‘Don Alon zo’s Treasure”; Business Manager of ‘‘The Whole Town’s Talking” Marion E. Becker, “Becky” Buffalo, New York 'It is to laugh.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Operetta H. T. Y. Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Program ; Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: page twenty

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Ca// Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Richard Beckhard, “Dick" Whitestone, Long Island, New York “Ye Gods, how he would talk!” “Tulip Time,” Stage Hand; Exchange Editor, P. and P.; Glee Club, 3 years; “Don Alon zo's Treasure” Patricia Laughner Beil, “Pat" Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania “A red head is far better than none.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year: Cheer leader, 1 year; Swimming Team, 2 years; P. and P.; Basketball, 1 year Ruby Gertrude Belcher “Sparky" St. Petersburg, Florida “Happy am I from care set free.” Volleyball, 2 years: Basketball, 2 years: Diamondball, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Carreno Club. 1 year; “Don Alon zo's Treasure”; Glee Club. 1 year; Girl’s All Sport Club, 1 year Alzada C. Bennett, “Zada" Center Harbor, New Hampshire “Better late than never” Roman Banquet; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Vice-Pres ident, '35 Dorothy Bennett Crystal River, Florida “By the luckiest stars.” Psychology Club, 1 year Lew Richard Blalock, “Dick" Coleman, Florida “Much ado about nothing.” Marjorie Elizabeth Bliss “Margie" Battle Creek, Michigan “The deepest rivers make least din.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Betty Roe Boardman Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ‘No more memory than a mirror.” P. and P.: Carreno Club; Dramatic Club: ‘Don Alonzo’s Treasure” page twenty-one

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Call Letters : Station: Static: Program: Call Letters : Station : Static: Program: Call Letters: Station : Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters : Station : Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Lawrence M. Bogard, “Larry” St. Louis, Missouri “We admire both the athlete and the man.” Football, 2 years; Intra-murals, 1 year; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Athletic Association; Biology Club, 1 year; Graduation Invitation Committee William Bond, “Bill” Lexington, Kentucky “Wit makes wise whom fate makes poor.” President Sophomore A-G Group; Safety Council, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year; Senior Play Business Staff; Golf Team, 3 years: Vice-President Junior Chamber of Com merce; Annual Ad-Getter Samuel Bond, “Sam” Lexington, Kentucky “Takes everything but good advice.” Golf team, 1 year; Junior Operetta Business Staff; Senior Play Business Staff James Booth, Jr., “Dinah”' St. Petersburg, Florida “He burns the midnight oil But not always for study.” Reserve Football. 3 years; “Tulip Time”; Varsity Track Manager, ’35; Class Track, 2 years; Class Football, 3 years; Class Bas ketball, 3 years; Intra-mural Athletic Board, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Class Diamond Ball, 2 years; Assistant Chairman Senior Class Program Committee Cornelia Jean Brady, “Connie” Follansbee, West Virginia “Don’t start me talking.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Tennis Team, 1 year; Athletic Association, 1 year; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Publicity Staff of “The Whole Town’s Talking”; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year; Publicity Staff of “Don Alonzo's Treasure” Thelma C. Branson, “Pepius” Highland, New Jersey “On her cheek an autumn flush.” Carreno Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year, “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; Glee Club. Alice Brennan, “Brennan” Pinellas Park, Florida “They who are pleased themselves, must always please.” Carreno Club, 1 year A.RT BRENNISON, “Speed” Philadelphia, Pennsylvania “A face with gladness overspread.” Carreno Club; Glee Club; Dramatic Club page twenty-two

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : Charles A. Brock Washington, D. C. ‘The statue of a youth, the statue of a man." Hi-Y Club, 1 year; Intra-murals. 2 years. Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters : Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: S tatic : Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : Call Letters : Station: Static: Dorothy Leatie Brown, “Dor” Princeton, West Virginia “Her ivory hands on the ivory keys Strayed in a fitful fantasy/’ Carreno Club, 3 years: Orchestra, 1 year: “Don Alonzo's Treasure’’; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year Emma Mae Brown, “Snookums” Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania “My heart is breaking for a little love.’’ Biology Club; Tennis Club, 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club; Dramatic Club Susie R. E. Bryan, “Sue" St. Petersburg, Florida “A kind and gentle heart she had To comfort friend and foes.’’ Carreno Club. 2 years; Glee Club. 1 year: Psychology Club, 1 year: “Don Alonzo’s Treasure’’ Jacob E. Buenzli, “Jeb" Knoxville, Tennessee “The crowd roars.’’ Intra-murals, 3 years: Cheer-leader, 2 years: Varsity Basketball, 1 year; Varsity Track. 2 years; Manager Intra-murals; Class Bas ketball 3 years; Junior Operetta Jack Bushman, “Tomcat" St. Petersburg, Florida “He holds his own against the world and in athletics he leads.’’ Varsity Basketball, 3 years; Captain, ’3 5: Varsity Tennis, 3 years: Captain, 1 year: Intra-murals; Junior Senior Prom Com mittee; Publicity Staff of Senior Play Mildred Ann Butler, “Butler" New Smyrna, Florida “Happy as the day is long.” Carreno Club, 1 year: Volleyball. 1 year: Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year: “Sweet hearts on parade” Robert E. Butler, “Bob" Jackson, Tennessee “Follow events, not lead them.” W35 page twenty three

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Ca// Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station : Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Horace Cameron Eutaw, Alabama ‘Had each brother’s interest in his heart.” Orchestra, 1 year; School Band; Carreno Club; Intra-mural Sports Doris Shorit Campbell “Sunshine" Clearwater, Florida “A light heart lives long.” Carreno Club, 1 year; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; “Sweethearts on Parade”; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year George William Cantlin “Bill" Akron, Ohio “A real sprinter.” Varsity Track, 2 years; Class Track, 2 years; Class Basketball, 2 years; Intra-mural Sports Elsie Marie Carter, “Nancye" St. Petersburg, Florida “She who laughs—lasts.” P. and P., 3 years; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year Helen Carter Reading, Massachusetts “Only seven days a week to primp.” Junior Woman’s Club; Secretary Sophomore A-G; P. and P., 1 year Edna Cartwright, “Goo Goo" Berkeley, California “Intelligent and sweet, she plays the role of the lovely lady.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; President, ’35; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Carreno Club, 1 year: Business Staff of “Big Idea”; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Roman Banquet; P. and P.; Scholarship Club, 3 years; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year; Literary Editor of No-So-We-Ea; Chairman of Committee on Graduation Invitations; Cap and gown Committee Donald Smith Chenoweth “Don" Wheeling, West Virginia “What twenty million women cry for.” Intra-murals Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Maxine Marie Cherbonneaux “Mickey" Nichols, Florida “Singing lady.” Carreno Club, 3 years; Scholarship Club, Woman’s Club, 1 year; Athletic Association; Volley Ball Team: “Tulip Time”; “Don Alonzo's Treasure”; Glee Club, 3 years; Roman Banquet: P. and P., 1 year 3 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior page twenty-four

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Call Letters : Station: Static: Program: Ca// Letters: Station : Static: Ca// Letters : Station: Static: Ca// Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Rosalie Chitwood, “Rosie” Tuscaloosa, Alabama Her bark is worse than her bite.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years Edwina Clark Philadelphia, Pennsylvania She says she never told a lie. But does she or doesn’t she use peroxide?” Ewald Clarson Huntington, West Virginia ‘Under his quiet exterior is a nature just brimming over with fun.” Effie Mae Clayton Live Oak, Florida Short accounts make long friends.” Colleen Cobb, “Cobb” Seminole, Florida ‘Small in stature, not in mind.” Y> Marjorie Dale Cody, “Cody” Flint, Michigan ‘Or light or dark or short or tall, She sets a spring to catch them all.” Ishmael Coleman, “Ish” Chipley, Florida ‘I am not in the role of comniorrmen.” Class Football, 1 year; Class Diamond Ball, 1 year; Class Track, 1 year. William S. Cooper, “Bill” Maryville, Tennessee ‘‘He has no time for ladiesIt really is a sin.” Football, 3 years; Varsity Football. 2 years. Captain’ 34: Cast: ‘‘Don Alonzo's Trea sure”; Intra-mural Sports, ’34: Business Staff, ‘‘The Whole Town’s Talking.’ page twenty-five

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Ca// Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Norman Corey St. Petersburg, Florida "Outwardly unassuming.” Carreno Club, 3 years; Orchestra, 2 years; Band, 2 years; Hi-Y Club, 1 year; Tennis, 1 year June Louise Corner, “Stooge” Detroit, Michigan ‘With a little rocket of laughter.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Tennis, 1 year: P. and P., 1 year Mary Ann Cosgrove Charleston, South Carolina ‘So sweet the blush of bashfulness.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : Call Letters: Station : Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: McClellan Curry, “Mac” Madera, Pennsylvania ‘As idle as a painted ship upon a painted sea.” Intra-murals; Dramatic Club Phoebe Dann St. Petersburg, Florida "You can’t rise with the lark if you’ve been out on one the night before.” Junior Senior Prom Committee; Cast and Business Staff: ‘‘The Whole Town’s Talk ing”; Junior Chamber of Commerce Louise Dansereau Providence, Rhode Island ‘‘Sophisticated lady.” Carreno Club, 1 year; Staff; ‘‘The Whole Town’s Talking”; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year T. A. Darling, “ T ad ” Big Rapids, Michigan ‘‘As revealing as the neighbor’s wash.” “Tulip Time”; Orchestra, 1 year; Carreno Club, 3 years; Mixed Chorus, 2 years Helen Elizabeth Dasenbrook Rockf.ord, Illinois “Cuter than Venus.” Publicity Committee of “The Whole Town’s Talking”: Annual Ad-Getter; Junior Wo man’s Club page twenty-six

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Call Letters: Station: Static : Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static : Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Amy Ernestine Davis, “Hedgehopper” Macon, Georgia “I chatter, chatter as I go.” Carreno Club, 1 year; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; “Sweethearts on Parade"; Glee Club, 1 year Dorothy Marie Davis, “Dot” Indianapolis, Indiana “Endeared in the hearts of all.” P. and P., 2 years: “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; Dramatic Club, 1 year: Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; P. and P. Ad-Getter, 1 year; Carreno Club, 2 years; Glee Club, 1 year Madalyn Yvonne Davis “Punchie” Auburndale, Florida “Dates are her favorite fruit.” Cheer leader, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year James Deidrick Kent, Ohio “There’s something fine in him.” Band, 2 years Harry Dietrich, “Harry” Shickshinny, Pennsylvania “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.” Tom Delahunt Detroit, Michigan “Men of few words are the best after all." Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Dorothy Mae Dorman, “ Dot ” New Britain, Connecticut ‘A still small voice.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static ; Charles Du Bocque Jamaica, Long Island, New York ‘He hides behind a magisterial air.” page twenty-secci

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Call Letters : Station: Static %  ; Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static : Program: Call Letters: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Mary Lucille Duffield, “Ducky" Peoria, Illinois ** “There’s gold in her heart as well as in her hair.” Biology Club, Roman Banquet Ann Earle Centreville, Maryland “She is an everlasting argument—silent only when nothing can be said.” Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; Biology Club, 1 year; Psychology Club, 1 year; Scholarship Club, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year Francis Elizabeth Easters Frankie" Cortez, Florida “Mischief, thou art afoot.’’ Carreno Club, 3 years; Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; “Tulip Time’’; Glee Club; P. and P.; Dramatic Club Mary Louise Easters “Mary Lou" St. Petersburg, Florida “Still waters run deepest.” Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year Laura Desdemana Eborn Wilson, North Carolina “Thou makest the sad heart gay.’’ Library Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 2 years; Carreno Club, 2 years; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure’’; “Sweethearts on Parade’’ Jane Edgerly San Antonio, Texas “Zealous and modest—some combination." Mary Eichelberger, “Ikie" Urbana, Ohio “Music waves eternal wands." Dramatic Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure" Luella Ruth Ellinwood, “Lou" Toledo. Ohio “Deep brown eyes running over with glee." Carreno Club, 3 years; Glee Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Library Club, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year: Business Staff of Senior Play; “Tulip Time"; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure" page twenty-eight

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static : Program: Ca// Letters : Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters : Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters : Station: Static: Call Letters : Station: Static: Program: Alice Jeanne Elliott, “Alice" Terra Alta, West Virginia "Thy artless, winning smile." Glee Club; "Don Alonzo’s Treasure"; "Tulip Time"; Carreno Club, 3 years Freddie Louise Ellison “Freddie" Milledgeville, Georgia "Lively, capable, and full of pep." Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club; Biology Club; Typist of P. and P. William T. Enwright, “Bill" Chatanooga, Tennessee "I was a pretty baby." Varsity Football, 2 years; Wearer of "S"; "Lucky Break"; Stage Manager "Don Alon zo’s Treasure”; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Vice President, 1 year; Intra-murals; "The Whole Town’s Talking"; Assistant Basket ball Manager, ’34; Chairman Program Com mittee Senior Class, ’35 Douglas Eubanks, “Doug" St. Petersburg, Florida ‘A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the wisest men." James Hunter Ewell, “Jim" Detroit, Michigan ‘You’re turning day into night, sleepy head." Onalee Farrington Evart, Michigan ‘Merrily, merrily, merrily." Carreno Club, 3 years; Orchestra, 3 years Hannah Feinberg, “Babe" Bronx, New York City, New York ‘A bride should make sacrifices for her hus band but not in the form of burnt offerings." Johnny Ferrell, “Professor" St. Petersburg, Florida ‘For it isn’t any trouble just to s-m-i-l-c." Junior Citizen’s Club; Intra-murals; Annual Ad-Getter W35 page twenty-nine

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Elba E. Ferris Scranton, Pennsylvania ‘High in the hearts of her friends.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Manette Ferris Stow, Ohio ‘Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” Carreno Club, 2 years; Orchestra, 2 years; Dramatic Club; Junior Woman’s Club; ‘Sweethearts on Parade”; ‘‘Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; Glee Club; P. and P. Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Julia Muriel Finnie, “ H icky ” Coleman, Florida ‘Her good humor is a fountain—never dry.” Orchestra, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; ‘Don Alonzo’s Treasure” Call Letters-. WlLLIS FINNEY Station: Umatilla, Florida Static: “As persistent as a dripping tap (in some things) ” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Hiram Fisher, “ H i ” Cleveland, Ohio He tickles wicked ivories.” Carreno Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Stage Crew, 3 years; Golf Team, 2 years Call Letters: JlMMIE FLATTER, “Jim” Station: Dayton, Ohio Static: ‘‘Worth his weight in gold.” Call Letters: HOYTE FORD Station: Williamston, South Carolina Static: ‘‘The wise just surmise and you never hear them blow.” Call Letters: MAY BELLE FORD Station: Chicago, Illinois Static: ‘‘Happy landing.” oage thirty

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Doris Friesel, “Dory" Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ‘There is a proper dignity and proportion to be observed in the performance of every act of life.” William D. Lutch, “Bill" St. Petersburg, Florida ‘Who pleases one against his will.” Carreno Club Galloway Garrick, “Bear" St. Petersburg, Florida Kills time, but never works it to death.” Football, 3 years; ‘‘Green Imps,” 1 year; Intra-murals, 3 years; Publicity Staff of Senior Play Elinor Gilliat Portland, Maine ‘Mirth, admit me of thy crew.” Dramatic Club, 1 year Lewis Daniel Gilmore, Jr. “Lew" Exeter, New Hampshire ‘‘Slow but sure.” Intra-murals, 1 year Lynn Glasgow Akron, Ohio ‘‘Come and trip it as you go, On the light fantastic toe.” Carreno Club; Dramatic Club; Junior Woman’s Club; Glee Club; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; “Sweethearts on Parade”; Bio logy Club Robert Marsh Goheen, “Bob" Pottsville, Pennsylvania ‘‘I may be small, but I have my way.” P. and P. Make-up Editor, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Scholar ship Club, 2 years Reginald Verne Goodbread “Cat House" St. Petersburg, Florida “The great lover.” Vice-President Sophomore A-G Group: Class Program Chairman, 3 years; “Tulip Time”; Business Staff of “The Big Idea”: “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”: P. and P. Sports Editor; “The Whole Town’s Talking”: Dramatic Club, 1 year; “S” Club, 2 years: Glee Club. 1 year: Varsity Football, 2 years; Varsity Track, 2 years W35 page thirty-one

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Call Letters: LEONARD FORSYTHE, “Curly” Station: Syracuse, New York Static : “I dare do all that may become a man; who dares do more is none.'’ Program: Carreno Club, 2 years; Orchestra, 2 years; Band, 2 years; Mixed and Boy's Glee Club. Call Letters: KATHRYN GRACE, “Kitty” Station: Cleveland, Ohio Static: “Sweetheart of Sweet Sixteen.’’ Program: Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 2 years; Vice-President, ’34; Presi dent, ’35; Glee Club, 2 years; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure’’ Call Letters: WlLLIAM PAUL GRANT Station: Sneads Ferry, North Carolina Static: “Hail fellow, well met.’’ Call Letters: ROSALIND GREEN, “Roz” Station: Athens. Georgia Static: “Beware her red locks for when she winds them around a boy, she will not let them free.’’ Program: P. and P., 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Glee C’ub, 1 year Call Letters: BlLLIE GRIFFITH Station: Birmingham, Alabama Static: “Lady’s man.’’ Program: Orchestra, 2 years; Glee Club, 2 years; Carreno Club, 2 years; Band, 1 year; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure’’ Dorothy Pershing Goodwin “Dot” Old Orchard Beach, Maine “One who succeeds.’’ Letters: Station: Static ; Sara S. Gowdy, “Ad” Campbellsville, Kentucky ‘Ever ready.” Call Letters: ESTELLE WlLLIE GRICE, “Essie” Station: Claxton, Georgia Static: “A capable girl with many friends.” Program: Dramatic Club, 1 year V, page thirty-two

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Donald Griffith, “Don’ Hillsdale, Michigan “Little said is sooner mended.’’ Amateur Radio Club Willis Groves St. Petersburg, Florida “Variety is the spice of life.’’ Intra-murals Mildred Hamilton, M i l l y ” St. Petersburg, Florida “A good heart’s worth gold.’’ Junior Woman's Club Harris S. Hancock, “Harje” Casco, Maine “A good egg even if he is hardboiled.’’ Psychology Club Mary Hanks, H ankie” Panquiteh, Utah “The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." Psychology Club, 1 year; Student Relations Committee, 1 year; Biology Club, 1 year Morten F. Hartman, Slimbo” Grand Forks, North Dakota “Yon Cassius hath a lean and hungry look.’’ Mary Louise Hayward, “Skeezix” Battle Creek, Michigan “In her quietness there is charm.’’ Carreno Club, 3 years; Orchestra, 3 years Hilma Heath Auburn, New York “Everyone lays a burden on the willing one.’’ Junior Woman’s Club, 3 years; Basketball, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Swimming, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year page thirty-tkree

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Ca// Letters: Station: Static: Program: Ca// Letters: Station : Static: Program: Ca// Letters: Station: Static: Program: Ca// Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters : Station: Static: Program : betters: Station: Static: Program: Winston Heibner Sedalia, Missouri ‘Wisdom is better than riches.” Roy Hickman, H ick ’ St. Petersburg, Florida ‘‘Live and let live.” Psychology Club Henry Edward Hill Nichols, Florida ‘Why not live and enjoy life.” Sophomore Class Treasurer Francis Charles Hoare “ B i s hop ” Milwaukee, Wisconsin ‘‘The Brain Trust.” Carreno Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Class Basketball, 1 year; Track, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year; ‘‘Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; P. and P., 1 year Anna Hodaway St. Petersburg, Florida ‘‘We wish that you were twins.” William Hoffman, “ B i ll ” Jenners, Pennsylvania ‘‘Little man what now?” Band, 2 years Edwin Hogan, “ Ed ” Palmetto, Georgia “Sentimental gentleman from Georgia.” Football, 2 years; Varsity, 1 year; Class Diamond Ball; Class Football, 2 years; Class Track, 2 years; “S” Club Dean Holmes Laporte, Indiana ‘His love is constant but the object changes.” %. page thirty-four

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Johnnie Marie Holmes, “Jay” St. Petersburg, Florida “Her soul is in her music.’’ Glee Club, 3 years; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year: “Tulip Time’’; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure ”; “Sweet hearts on parade”; P. and P., 1 year; Carreno Club, 3 years Mary Lee Hope, “Hope” Little Rock, Arkansas “The hearts of men adore thee.” Secretary H-Q Sophomore Group; “Tulip Time’’; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; “Sweet hearts on Parade”; Junior Senior Prom Committee: Business Staff of Senior Play; Junior Woman’s Club; P. and P. Ad-Getter John David Horn, Jr., “J.D.” Deleware, Ohio “I’m sure care is an enemy to life.” Katherine May Houston “Cappy” Sterling, Virginia “And be a friend to man.” Secretary Treasurer Athletic Association; Business Staff, “The Whole Town’s Talk ing”; Annual Ad-Getter, 2 years; Junior Senior Prom Committee, 1 year V* Eleanor Ruth Huff, “HufRe” Foley, Alabama “I laugh for hope hath a happy place for me.” Scholarship Club, 2 years Kathleen Clara Hughes, “Kay” Greenwood, South Carolina “More fine points than a pack of pins.” Basketball, 2 years; Baseball, 2 years; Vol leyball, 2 years; Tennis, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 3 years; Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; “Don Alon zo’s Treasure”; “Sweethearts on Parade”; Girls Sports Editor P. and P. William Jonse Hughes, “W.J.” Brooklyn, New York “A sailor’s life is gay and free.” Sam D. Hughey, “Dudie” Columbia, Tennessee “Reserved yet not aloof.” page thirty-five

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Call Letters: Station : Static: William H. Hyatt, “Bill” St. Petersburg, Florida "All I know is that I know nothing." Call Letters: Station: Static : Program: Morgan Burritt Iler Guelph, Ontario, Canada "Calm, cool, and collected— Surely he’ll rise in the world." Junior Business Manager No-So-We-Ea; Junior Prom Committee; Business Manager, P. and P.; Make-up Editor P. and P., 1 year Call Letters: Station : Static : Program: Bonnie Jean Ilgenfritz “Bonnie” Mankat, Minnesota "It’s easy girls, if you have the eyes.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Swimming, 1 year; Basket ball, 1 year; "The Whole Town’s Talking" Ca/I Letters : Station : Static: Program : Sarah Madge Iseley, “ T oots ” San Diego, California "Poker face." Carreno Club, 1 year; Biology Club, 1 year; Orchestra, 1 year Call Letters: Station : Static : Program : Revelle S. Jacobson, “Revellie” Chicago, Illinois "Unique at every point." Junior Woman’s Club, 3 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year Call Letters: Station : Static: Program: Charlotte Elinor Jerkins St. Petersburg, Florida "She swivels those eyes around." Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years Call Letters : Station : Static: Program : Mary Catherine Johnson “Mi-mi” Elkin, North Carolina "A quiet sensible maiden.” Dramatic Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station : Static: Program : Ethel L. Jones St. Petersburg, Florida "It’s what we see in her eyes that counts." Orchestra, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year page thirty-six

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Call Letters : Station: Static: Program: J. L. JOKES. “Casey Jones" Americus, Georgia ‘Just good natured, that’s all—and not pretentious.” Junior Citizen’s Club; Annual Ad-Getter; Intra-mural Sports Call Letters ; Station: Static: Program : Leonard Cooper Jones. Jr. “L.cr Meridian, Mississippi ‘‘Though Leonard looks very tame and mild. He may surprise you and turn out wild.” Tennis; Dramatic Club Call Letters: Station: Static: Martha Lee Jones C 4 ^ St. Petersburg, Florida / ‘Short but sweet.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Vermelle Jones, “Boogy" Orangeburg, South Carolina ‘‘Never once frivolous, Not too serious.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Doris Jordan St. Petersburg, Florida ‘Fair hair, blue eyes.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: William Joseph, “ B i ll New York, New York ‘Not a chip off the old block, but the old block itself.” Football, 3 years; Varsity, 2 years; Varsity Track, 2 years; Intra-mural Sports, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Citizen’s Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Gladys Blanche Justus, “Gaga" Fletcher, North Carolina ‘She likes whatever she looks upon, and she looks everywhere.” Junior Woman’s Club. 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: L’Mar Kane, “Hammerhead" Allentown, Pennsylvania ‘‘Little man, you’ve had a busy day.” Scholarship Club, 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 2 years; Junior Editor, No-So-We-Ea: Editor-in-chief, No-So-We-Ea; Junior Citi zen’s Club; Psychology Club, 1 year; P. and P. Ad-Getter, 1 year; Junior Circulation Manager; Publicity Staff, ‘‘Don Alonzo s Treasure”; Business Staff, ‘‘Big Idea : Pub licity Staff, ‘‘The Whole Town’s Talking" : Junior Senior Prom Committee: Athletic Association, 1 year page thirty-seven

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Call Letters: Charles Jacob Kaniss Station : Henryetta, Oklahoma Static : “I envy no man who knows more than I But I pity him who knows less.” Program : Class Basketball; Class Football; Class Diamond Ball; Business Staff of “The Whole Town’s Talking”; Circulation Man ager of No-So-We-Ea Call Letters : Thomas J. Kelly, Jr., “Kelly” Station : New York City, New York Static : “He who is tall should overlook the faults of his fellowmen.” Program : Class Basketball; Class Football; Class Diamond Ball; Annual Art Staff Call Letters: Elsie Marguerite Kelley “Kelley” Station : St. Petersburg, Florida Static : “You can’t have too much of a good thing.” Program : Scholarship Club; Dramatic Club Call Letters : Marguerite Gilbert, “Margie” Station : St. Petersburg, Florida Static : “Heaven helps those who help themselves.” Program: Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; “If 1 were King” Call Letters : Elizabeth King, “ Liz ” Station: Abbeville, South Carolina Static: “Like twilight is her dusky hair.” Program: Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; “Tulip Time” Call Letters : James M. King, “Jake” Station : Abbeville, South Carolina Static : “A golden character, his entire fortune.” Program: Intra-mural Sports Call Letters : Luella Kistler Station : Findlay, Ohio Static : “Sincerity is the keynote of success.” Ca// Letters : Cardell Kleckner Station : Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania Static: “Every man for himself.” page thirty-eight

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Mary Agnes Knarr. “Toots' St. Petersburg, Florida “Neat not gaudy.” Scholarship Club Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Gertrude Louise Knorr Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania “None know her but to love her." Dramatic Club. 3 years; Roman Banquet. 1 year; P. and P., 1 year; Cast, “The Whole Town’s Talking” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Elizabeth R. Kocher, “Betty" St. Petersburg, Florida “A voice so thrilling ne’er was heard.” Cast, “Tulip Time”; Cast, “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; Dramatic Club, 1 year: Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Carreno Club. 3 years; Glee Club, 3 years; P. and P., 1 year Ca// Letters: Station: Static: Edward Kramer, “ E d die Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania “Ignorance is bliss.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Anna A. Ladd, “ A n n i e Mexico, New York “A smile is the trademark of her soul.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Dick LaPlant Springfield, Massachusetts “Finds comfort in himself and in his cause. Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Helen Larkin, Toots" Adrian, Michigan “Talk she can and talk she will — Her tongue is very seldom still.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: John William Larimer, “ B i ll Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania “I’ve been around.” Business Staff of Senior Play; Intra-mural Football, 2 years; Intra-mural Diamond Ball, 1 year page thirty-nine

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: June LASSING, J u g Head" St. Petersburg, Florida Plain without pomp and rich without a show.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; “Sweethearts on Parade”; Business Staff of Senior Play; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Business Staff of “Lucky Break” Call Letters : PAUL LAUGHNER Station: Sewickley, Pennsylvania Static : “A smattering of everything and a knowledge of nothing.” Program : Intra-murals Call Letters: CHARLES RICHARD LEAVENGOOD “ Dick Station: Tampa, Florida Static: “Guips and cranks and wanton wiles.” Program: Dramatic Club Call Letters: CHARLES LEONARD LEE, “Charley" Station: St. Petersburg, Florida Static: “What could we do how could we live, Without the spice some people give?” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Marguerite Laughmiller “Peggy" Cairo, Illinois “A woman always ready to take what’s be coming to her.” Carreno Club, 2 years; Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years Call Letters: Station : Static: Program: Madalyn Laughner, “Lynn" Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ‘You can tell a person by the things she laughs at.” P. and P., 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year Call Letters : HELEN JEAN LAWRENCE, “Mutt" Station : St. Petersburg, Florida Static: “True as steel.” Program: Carreno Club; “Tulip Time” Helen Virginia Lawrence ‘Holly" Laurel, Mississippi ‘A witty woman is a treasure.” Dramatic Club, 2 years; Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Carreno Club, 1 year; P. and P. Ad-Getter, 1 year W35 page forty

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Call Letters: Thomas Vernon Lefevre "Tommy" Station: Dallas, Texas Static: 'Nothing ventured, nothing gained.” Program: Scholarship Club, 3 years; Ad Manager, NoSo-We-Ea; Orchestra, 2 years: P. and P.; "Tulip Time”; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”: Publicity Staff “The Whole Town’s Talk ing”; Glee Club; Carreno Club; Dramatic Club Call Letters: Shirley Lehman, "Jinks" Station : Washington, D. C. Static: “The sweet are never desolate.” Program: Glee Club; Carreno Club Ca// Letters: Hilton Leifeste Station: Plant City, Florida Static: “My actions are as noble as my thoughts.” Call Letters: Eileen Lemon. "Lemon" Station: Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Static: “Her face is one substantial smile.” Program: Carreno Club, 2. years Call Letters: Harold Lindley, "Lindy" Station: St. John’s, Michigan Static: “Calm as a cradled child in dreamless slumber bound.” Jr Call Letters: Elizabeth Long, ‘Libby Station : Peoria, Illinois Static: “Her locks are like the raven.” Program: “Sweethearts on Parade”; Junior Womans Club: Dramatic Club; Athletic Association; P. and P. Call Letters: Martha Benham Lumpkin Station: St. Petersburg, Florida Static: “Her heart is like a singing bird.” Program: Dramatic Club. 2 years; Carreno Club. 2 years; P. and P., 1 year; Roman Banquet, 1 year Call Letters: Nelson MacBroom Station: Erie, Pennsylvania Static: “If I knew all, why should I care to live?

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : William MacGill, “Bill” Cleveland, Ohio “He who governs most makes least noise.” Football Reserves, 2 years; Green Imps, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 3 years; Junior Citi zenship Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : Anna Belle Maloney Morristown, Tennessee ‘Bashful behavior never fitted one so well.” Junior Woman’s Club, Secretary; Psycholo gy Club, Secretary; P. and P.; Biology Club Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Kathryn Manard, “Kat” Moberly, Missouri ‘Life is a jest, and all things show it, I thought so once, but now I know it.” Dramatic Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure” Call Letters: Station: Static: Frank Marmand, “Sanpaper” Gwire, Massachusetts ‘The human question mark.” Call Letters: Station : Static: Program: Barbara Elise Martin, “Keeta” West Newton, Massachusetts “A study in blues.” Carreno Club, 3 years; “Tulip Time”; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; “Sweethearts on Parade”; Dramatic Club; Glee Club Call Letters: Station: Static: Walter Martin Bridgeport, Illinois ‘The bigger they come, the harder they fall.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Don Martin, Sleepy” St. Petersburg, Florida I wonder why he talks, nobody listens to him.” P. and P. Typist; Dramatic Club Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Inez Mather St. Paul, Minnesota ‘Her eyes are as stars of twilight fair.” Dramatic Club, 2 years; P. and P. page forty-two

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Ca// Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static : Program : Ca// Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : Julia Caroline Matthews “Caro/" St. Petersburg, Florida “Pardon my Southern accent." Volley Ball Class Captain, 1 year; Captain 1 year; Varsity, 1 year; Captain, 1 year: Basketball, Class Captain, 2 years; Varsity, 3 years; Track, 2 years; Diamond Ball, Class Captain, 3 years; Varsity, 1 year: Captain, 2 years; Speed Ball, 1 year; Girl’s “S” Club; Dramatic Club Lillian McClean Buffalo, New York “O lovely eyes of azure.” “Tulip Time"; "Don Alonzo’s Treasure"; Carreno Club, 3 years; Glee Club, 3 years Pauline Winn, G randma” Hopkinsville, Kentucky “Girl of my dreams.” Cheerleader, 2 years; Psychology Club, 1 year John Dain McCormick, “Mac’ Fulton, New York “But one fair face doth his eye see.” Athletic Association; Assistant Publicity Manager, “The Whole Town’s Talking"; Psychology Club: Intra-mural Baseball; Fencing Team, 1 year; Annual Advertising Staff; Publicity' Staff, "Don Alonzo’s Treasure" Dorothy Gray McTyier, “ D o t ” Forest Hills, Long Island, New York "All’s well that ends well.” Leonard P. Meares, “L.P” Tampa, Florida "The mightier the man the mightier is the deed.” Florence Alma Melber “Flossie” Fort Myers, Florida "It sounded like a painful groan But ’twas only Flo and her saxophone.” Orchestra, 3 years; Carreno Club, 3 years; Secretary, 2 years; Class Volleyball Team, 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year Peter Meros, “Kingfish” San Angelo, Texas "Personal opinion is not authority.” President of H-Q Sophomore Group; Presi dent Junior Class; Vice-President Senior Class; Business Manager No-So-We-Ea; Publicity Director "The Whole Town s Talking”; Publicity "Big Idea"; Hi-Y Club, 2 years; Vice-President ’34; Junior Chamber of Commerce, 2 years; Psychology Club, 1 year; President ’3 5; P. and P. 1 year; Sophomore Editor; Athletic Associa tion, 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 2 years: Safety Service Council, 1 year page forlg-three

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Call Letters : AARON MERSHER Station : New York City, New York Static: “The small are often great.” Call Letters : JESSIE ELIZABETH MlLLER, “Bette" Station: Port Leyden, New York Static: “Her eyes enrich the smile her lips began.” Program: Carreno Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year Call Letters: ROBERT COBB MlLLER, “Bob” Station: Keene Valley, New York Static: “A smile for all.” Program: Carreno Club, 3 years; Treasurer, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 2 years; Football, 1 year; Swimming, 1 year; Athletic Association, 1 year; Cast: “Tulip Time”; Cast: “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; Glee Club; “Sweet hearts on Parade” Call Letters: ROBERT MILLS, “Bob” Station: Kansas City, Missouri Static: “Easy come, easy go.” Program: Class Swimming, 3 years; Class Football and Track, 3 years; Varsity Track, 3 years; Football, 3 years; “Tulip Time”: “Sweet hearts on parade”; Junior Citizen’s Club, 1 year; Hi-Y Club, 1 year; “S” Club Call Letters : Station: Static: Program: Call Letters ; Station: Static: Program: Norma Jean Mink Delavan, Wisconsin “Athletic, modest, helpful, kind ” Basketball, Varsity and Class, 3 years; Vol leyball, Varsity and Class, 3 years; Tennis, 1 year; Track, 1 year; Diamond Ball, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year; P. and P.; Girl’s Sports Club; “Sweet hearts on Parade”; Annual Typist Ralph Minor, “Grandpa” Fairmont, West Virginia “What a nice chap to have along.” Track, 3 years; Class Basketball, 3 Football, 1 year; Class Football, 2 Psychology Club years; years; Call Letters: LILLIAN LOUISE MlLLER Station: St. Petersburg, Florida Static: “A laugh all her own.” Program: Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year Margaret Dell Miller, “Peggy” Oak Park, Illinois “Now she appears in artist’s smock, now in the garb of the student, and now in the attire of the most engaging of talented persons.” : Cast: “The Whole Town’s Talking”; Associate Editor No-So-We-Ea; Dramatic Club, 3 years; Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Scholarship Club, 3 years; P. and P., 1 year; Roman Banquet, 2 years; Chairman Sophomore Program Committee; Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1 year; Junior Senior Prom Committee page forty-four

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: r r Helen Mitchell Knoxville, Tennessee “She has been blessed with sparkling eyes Within which a world of mischief lies.’’ Jack Mooney Gulfport, Florida “Time is but the stream I go fishing in.’’ Mary Katherine Mowrer %  K ay" Rocky Mount, North Carolina “The lively lady.’’ Glee Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year; “Tulip Time”; ; Carreno Club, 1 year; Track 1 year Glenn William Mulvihill Cincinnati, Ohio "All the world’s a stage.” Mary Elizabeth Murdock Meriden, Connecticut “As quiet as a mouse.” Scholarship Club, 2 years; Annual AdGetter, 1 year John Ralph Murphy, “Prof” St. Petersburg, Florida “Everything comes to him who waits.” P. and P. Mabel Etta Nelson, “Toots” Philadelphia, Pennsylvania “Always lends a helping hand.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; “Tulip Time”; Glee Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year Myron Nelson, “Whitie” Superior, Wisconsin “Tall and slender Like a sapling.” Orchestra, 1 year; Football, 1 year; Track, 2 years; Class Basketball, 1 year page forty-five

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Call Letters: IRENE MORELL NEVILLE “Nevilleo" Station: North Platte, Nebraska Static: “The very pink of perfection.” Program: Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year: P. and P., 1 year; Staff “The Whole Town’s Talk ing” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Margaret Elizabeth Nevitt “Margie" Washington, D. C. “She has no faults, or I no fault can spy.” Dramatic Club, 3 years: Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years: P. and P., 1 year: Roman Banquet; Cast: “The Whole Town’s Talk ing” Call Letters: Station: Static: June Newberry, “Tiny" St. Paul, Minnesota ‘She wears the rose of youth upon her.” Call Letters: ROBERT NlCHOLS, “Rob" Station: Worcester, Massachusetts Static: “Speech is great, but silence is greater.” Program: Hi-Y Club Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Martha Elizabeth Nickse “Bettie" St. Petersburg, Florida “A merry smile, a friendship true, Both of these she gives to you.” Roman Banquet Florence Ann Niffenegger “Niff" South Haven, Michigan “All and each would draw from her alike approving speech.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year: Carreno Club, 1 year: Tennis Club, 1 year: Tennis Team, 1 year: Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year Cecil Kingston Noel,
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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Beatrice Porter, Bea” Tallahassee, Florida ‘There's a light in your eyes.” Library Club, 1 year Call Letters: RUTH STEPHENS PORTER Station: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Static: “A new one on us.” Call Letters: PEGGY McRAE Station: Pass-a-Grille, Florida Static: ‘‘Such an unassuming young maid.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Wilma Price Savannah, Georgia ‘Fair to look upon and better yet to know.” Call Letters: PAUL PRITCHETT Station: Red Level, Alabama Static: ‘‘Stars fell on Alabama.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Helen Queen, “Scottie” Morgantown, West Virginia ‘A good sport.” Volleyball Call Letters: WALTER RAICHLE, Red ” Station: Stuttgart, Germany Static: ‘‘Wisdom is better than riches.” Call Letters: MARGARETE RAMSEY Station: High Springs, Florida Static: “A subtle smile, a pair of flashing eyes and a vivacious manner make her a very delectable person.” Program: Picture Editor of No-So-We-Ea; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; ‘‘The Whole Town's Talking”; Junior Chamber of Commerce; Assistant Publicity Director of ‘‘The Whole Town’s Talking”; P. and P., 1 year; Junior Senior Prom Committee; Dramatic Club, 1 year page forty-eight

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Mary Margaret Randall “Margaret” St. Louis, Missouri “Twinkling, dancing feet.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club; Roman Banquet; Junior Chamber of Commerce Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Wesley Randles, “Skippy” Akron, Ohio “Lights! Camera! Action!” Electrician and Stage hand, 2 years; Carreno Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Jack Thomas Rankin, R ankin” Macon, Georgia “Winner take all.” Class Diamond Ball, 1 year; Class Foot ball, 2 years; Track, 1 year; Class Basket ball, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Elinor Raphun Macon, Georgia “Imagination rules.the world.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Hazel Katherine Rawls St. Petersburg, Florida “She has an ‘interferiority complex’.” Psychology Club, 1 year; Junior Woman's Club; P. and P. Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Helen Redington, “Hanny” Greensburg, Indiana “A friend in need is a friend indeed.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; P. and P., 2 years; Scholarship Club. 1 year; Junior Chamber of Commerce Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Minnie Reese, “Min” Forty Fort, Pennsylvania “With an aim so true.” Swimming, Volleyball Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Stuart Richardson, “Esbon” Cleveland, Oklahoma “A strong body personifies a strong character. “S” Club, 2 years; Intra-murals; Captain. 2 years; Varsity Football, 1 year; Varsity Basketball, 2 years page forty-nine

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Call Letters : Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static : Program : Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Static: Program: H. G. Richcreek, "Gaf" New York, N. Y. ‘A heart to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to execute.” Raymond Richcreek, ‘‘Ran’’ Chester, New York ‘Who mix’d reason with pleasure, and wis dom with mirth.” Buddy Rimes High Springs, Florida ‘Man’s ideal, woman’s hero.” Varsity Football, 2 years; Varsity Swim ming, 3 years; Captain, ’35; Business Staff Senior Play; ”S” Club; Junior Senior Prom Committee Ernestine Tinney Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ‘Oh, oh what a girl.” Sally Robinson Wellsboro, Pennsylvania ‘Along came Sally.” Dramatic Club, 1 year Spencer Robinson, “Jim” Atlantic City, New Jersey ‘‘Eventually, why not now.” Carreno Club, 2 years; ‘‘Tulip Time”; Football, 2 years; Captain of Imps, ’34; Business Staff ‘‘The Whole Town’s Talk ing”: Intra-mural Team, 2 years; Biology Club; Assistant Chairman Program Com mittee; Glee Club, 1 year Meredith Roos, "Kinky" Canton, Illinois ‘‘He is a boy with flaxen curley hair.” Carreno Club. 2 years; Band, 2 years; Orchestra. 2 years Carl Roughgarden St. Petersburg, Florida ‘‘Blest with that noble quality; reserve.” Reserve Squad Football, 2 years V • H35 page fifty

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Catherine Wallace Rutherford. “Kay” Dunder, Scotland ‘Sweet Highland Girl, a very shower of beauty is thy earthly dower.” Junior Woman’s Club; Dramatic Club; Biology Club; P. and P. Typist; Scholar ship Club Call Letters: Station: Static: Katherine Salter, “Kitty” St. Petersburg, Florida ‘She doth little kindnesses and giveth happiness.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: George Albert Sawyer Worcester. Massachusetts ‘Hears all, sees all, knows nothing.” Intra-mural Football, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Jack Saylor. “Sailor” St. Petersburg, Florida ‘A joke a day keeps care away.” Track, 1 year; Intra-mural Sports; Class Football; Class Diamond Ball Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: GEORGEANN SCHLEGEL, “Porgie” Newark, Ohio ‘Oh! She could smile.” Dramatic Club; Carreno Club; ‘‘Don Alon zo’s Treasure”; Glee Club Call Letters: Station : Static: Program : Beverly Mae Scott, “Bevie” Montreal, Canada ‘‘Greater actresses have lived but I doubt it.” Carreno Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 3 vears: President, 1 year; Business Staff; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure” ; Glee Club; ‘Tulip Time”; Cast: ‘‘The Whole Town’s Talk ing” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Grace Elizabeth Scott Falls River, Massachusetts ‘One who says little but talks much.” Carreno Club Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Harry William Scott Falls River, Massachusetts ‘His smiles are ever gay and bright No studies bother him at night.” Class Football, 2 years; Class Basketball, 3 years: Dramatic Club, 1 year; “Tulip Time” cage fifty-one

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Call Letters: Station: Static : Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station : Static: Program : Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Virginia Scroggs, “Ginger” St. Petersburg, Florida “And the night shall be filled with music.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Carreno Club, 3 years; Cast “Don Alonzo’s Trea sure”; Glee Club, 2 years; Annual AdGetter, 1 year Jack Luther Seed, “Leed” Chicago, Illinois “He was born stupid, and greatly increased his birthwright.” Intra-mural Football and Diamond Ball, 2 years; Art Editor Business English Edition P. and P. Jane Louise Shankweiler Reading, Pennsylvania “A good natured person is never out of place.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Glee Club, 1 year Albert Shephard Goderich, Ontario, Canada “A Willing helper.” Annual Photographer Susie Simmons, “Sue” Jacksonville, Florida “A sweettr girl could not be found, Though you went the world around.” Carreno Club George L. Simonson Cummington, Massachusetts “What’s worth doing is worth doing well.” Dramatic Club Treasurer, 1 year; Band, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Psychology Club, 1 year; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; Glee Club, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year; President High School Chamber of Com merce Clifford Simpson, “Cliff” Covington, Kentucky “A great flirtation.” Varsity Track, 2 years; Class Track, 2 years; Baby Devils, 2 years; Business Staff “The Whole Town’s Talking”; Cast: “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; Cast: “Oh Doctor”; Cast: “Tulip Time”; Cheerleader, 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year; Intra-murals, 2 years; Carreno Club, 1 year; Psychology Club, 1 year; Athletic Association, 1 year James Franklin Sirmons “Jimmy” St. Petersburg, Florida “You’ll be a man yet, my son.” Class Baseball and Basketball, 1 year; Staff: “The Whole Town’s Talking”

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Burrell Smith, “Smitty” St. Petersburg, Florida “Emperor Jones” “The Whole Town’s Talking”; “If I Were King ; Don Alonzo s Treasure ; Drama tic Club, 2 years Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Gladys Smith, “Rip’' Fitchburg, Massachusetts “Life is short and so am I.” Junior Woman’s Club Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Harold Clay Smith, “ S m i t t y ” St. Petersburg, Florida “The smith, a mighty man is he.” Football Varsity, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: James Smith Eldred, Pennsylvania “Give me knowledge of the world.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Wave Smith, “Sis” Carry, Pennsylvania “Stay as sweet as you are.” Dramatic Club, 1 year: Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year: “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; Business Staff of Senior Play; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Junior and Senior Class Secretary Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Ruth Roland Sommerkamp "Patricia Stooge” Columbus, Georgia “Anything for a quiet life.” Psychological Research Club: Dramatic Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Harry Eugene Spencer “Clark Gable” Sarasota, Florida “Girls beware of the twinkle in his eyes.” Track, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Ralph Spurlock, “Rusty” St. Petersburg, Florida “The will of man is by his reason swayed. page fifty-three

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static : Program: Co// Letters: Station: Static : Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters : Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Russert Irving Staff, R u s s” Cleveland, Ohio He always has a good time. He usually passes.” Class Baseball, 1 year; Class Basketball, 1 year; Class Football, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Junior Citizen’s Club, 1 year: Boy’s Glee Club, 1 year; Mixed Chorus, 1 year; ‘Don Alonzo’s Treasure” Kathryn Stagg, K atie’’ St. Petersburg, Florida ‘I was built for comfort, not for speed.” Psychology Club Bernard Percival Stanton “B.P.” St. Petersburg, Florida “Hence, vain deluding joys.” P. and P., 1 year; Hi-Y Club, 1 year Priscilla Starr, “Pussy” Brookline, Massachusetts ‘Fun just twinkles in her eyes.” Leroy Starrett, “General Winehendon, Massachusetts ‘There’s something about a soldier.” Intra-mural Football, 1 year; Business Staff of Senior Play Lawrence Healey Steenburg “Steenburg” Baltimore, Maryland “If bluffing were a major sport, he’d be a letter man.” P. and P. Advertising Manager Sadie Sara Stephens, “Tuts” Gainesville, Florida “Mighty sweet, mighty wise.” “Tulip Time; Carreno Club, 1 year Harold H. Stevenson, “Red” Pinellas Park, Florida ‘The purest treasure mortal times afford is spotless reputation.” Class Track and Varsity Track, 3 years; Class Basketball and Football page fifty-four

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Ca// Letters : Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Trellie Stewart. “Trell” Dublin, Georgia “A rolling stone gathers no moss.” Varsity and Class Basketball, 3 years; Varsity and Class Diamond Ball. 3 years: Varsity and Class Volleyball, 3 years: Track 1 year: Cheerleader: All Sports Club: Pres ident, 2 years Robert Phelps Stone, “Bob" Fredonia, New York “I talk of many things.” Football, 1 year: Class Football, 1 year: Class Basketball, 1 year Robert S. Stone, “Bob" St. Petersburg, Florida "Silent men are wise men.” P. and P. Assistant Make-Up Editor, 1 year: Dramatic Club, 1 year; Hi-Y Club: Intra-mural Sports, 1 year Charlotte Jennette StONEHCUSE, “Stony" Baltimore, Maryland "Her friends—they are many: Her foes—are there any?” Business English Edition of P. and P. Barbara .Jane Strattan “Bobbie" Mt. Vernon, Illinois "As this is her motto she labors with zest Never content to do less than the best.” P. and P., 3 years: Staff, 1 year: Annual Ad-Getter: Stage Crew "Big Idea"; Busi ness Staff "The Whole Town’s Talking": Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years: Reporter, 1 year: Carreno Club, 1 year; All Sports Club, 1 year: Cast: "Don Alonzo’s Treasure": Roman Banquet; Glee Club, 1 year: Athlet'c Association, 1 year: "Tulip Time” Dennis Strickland Chattanooga, Tennessee "The silver-voiced singer.” Orchestra: Carreno Club: Glee Club Dorothy Stringer Oberlin, Ohio "Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit.” Junior Woman’s Club Marion Suesman, “Bobbie" Brockton, Massachusetts "She is the courageous captain of compli ments.” Junior Woman’s Club page fifty-five

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station : Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : Call Letters : Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: 1<135 Barbara Sutor, “Babs” Winter, Wisconsin ‘Laugh, and the world laughs with you.” H.T.Y. Club William W. Swift, “Bill” St. Petersburg, Florida The inquiring reporter.” Advertising Manager of P. and P., 1 year Betty Jayne Swiger “Accordicm Bette” New Martinsville, West Virginia ‘‘Practice makes perfect.” Dramatic Club, 2 years; Carreno Club, \ year; Orchestra, 2 years; Glee Club, 1 year; ‘‘Don Alonzo’s Treasure.” Ted Syverson Cooperstown, North Dakota ‘He has the earmarks of a professor, but looks are deceiving.” Elizabeth Talbot, “Ibbet” Fairmont, West Virginia ‘‘It is better to wear out than to rust out.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club; Annual Ad-Getter; P. and P. AdGetter Bill Taylor New York, New York The same yesterday, today and tomorrow.” Earl M. Thomas St. Petersburg, Florida ‘Silence and common sense make a man.” Football Reserve Squad, 2 years; Intra-mural Football, 1 year Eva Thomas, “Ignats” Vanceburg, Kentucky ‘Speech is silver, but silence is golden.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; P. and P., 1 year; Annual Ad-Getter, 1 year page fifty-six

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Call Letters : Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Ruth Thomas, “ R u t h i e” Brooklyn, New York ‘A merry heart maketh a merry countenance.” Nancye Margaret Thompson Ton" Lexington, Kentucky ‘There is a pleasure in poetic pains Which only Poets know.” Dramatic Club, 2 years; P. and P., 2 years; Poetry Editor, 1 year; Carreno Club, 1 year; Glee Club; “The Whole Town’s Talk ing” Philip Thompson, “Phil" Falmouth, Jamaica, B.W.I. ‘A friend and noble enough to conceal it.” Tennis, 1 year; Track, 1 year; Intra-mural Basketball Call Letters: Station : Static: Program: Gwen Thomson, “Gwenie" Luigan, Ireland When Irish eyes are shining.” Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: James Howard Thorne Atlanta, Georgia He knows lots but cannot think of it.” Swimming Team Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Thomas Kamp Todson “Tomaso" Pittsfield, Massachusetts “A golden character, his entire fortune.” Scholarship Club, 2 years Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Jack Lymon Tripp, “Magi" Ardmore, Oklahoma ‘Magic walks abroad.” Hi-Y Club Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Paul Arthur Troy, “Pat" Winona Lake, Indiana “It’s neither wealth, nor rank, nor state But get-up and get that makes men great.” Glee Club; Annual Staff; Circulation Man ager, 1 year; Business Staff; "The Whole Town’s Talking”; Band; Student Relations Committee; Hi-Y Club %  % %  %  page fifty-seven

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Call Letters: Bernard Tuppen, “Toapen" Station: West Palm Beach, Florida Static: “A nature passionate and bold.” Program: Track, 3 years; Basketball, 1 year; Diamond Ball, 2 years Call Letters: James P. Turner, “Jim" Station: Altoona, Pennsylvania Static: ‘‘He is only a well-made man who has a good determination.” Program: Football, 2 years Call Letters: RALPH TURNER Station: St. Petersburg, Florida Static : “A lad worth knowing.” /Z^^BL Call Station: Blanche Dawn Twiss, “Twiss" St. Petersburg, Florida Static: “What joy to hear thee, and to see thee!” Program: Carreno Club, 3 years; “Don Alonzo’s Treasure”; Glee Club, 2 years; Junior Wo man’s Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Doris Valentine Washington, D. C. ‘You shall know her by what she says.” Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Elizabeth Vanderveer, “Pat" Coloma, Michigan ‘As merry as the day is long.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Kenneth Vaughn, “Beer" St. Petersburg, Florida ‘Once in the flight of ages past, there lived a man.” Football, 3 years; Basketball, 1 year; Class Basketball, 3 years; Class Track, 2 years; Track, 2 years Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Glenn L. Velboon, Jr. Jacksonville, Florida ‘Silence is more eloquent than words.” Intra-mural Sports, 2 years; Stage Electri cian, 1 year page fifty-eight

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static : Program: Ca// Letters: Station : Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters : Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Genevieve Wait, “Genny” Detroit, Michigan Virtue is her only sin.” Dilla Pearl Wakefield, "Dee” Richmond, Virginia ‘Small but Industrious.” Carreno Club, 2 years; Glee Club, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year Elizabeth Wallace, "Libby” Staunton, Virginia She causes happiness wherever she goes.” Dramatic Club, 1 year James M. Walton, "'Jim” Ft. Thomas, Kentucky ‘The name that dwells on every tongue.” Reserve Football, 2 years; Carreno Club, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 3 years; Vice-Pres ident ’34; Glee Club, 2 years; P. and P., 2 years; Assistant Make-Up Editor ’33; Make-Up Editor, ’34; Student Safety Ser vice Council; President Sophomore R-Z Group; “Tulip Time”; Business Manager Sophomore Presentation of “The Big Idea”; Vice-President Junior Class; President Senior Class Lois Margery Walrath, "Chub” Chitenango, New York ‘One so meek can do no wrong.” Helen Ward, "Babe” Evergreen, Alabama ‘Shy and bashful.” Wilma Ruth Ware, "Winnie” Clarksburg, West Virginia ‘A fair exterior is a silent recommendation.” Claire Louise West, "Bunny” Glenn Falls, New York ‘Red hair but no temper.” page fifty-nine

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Call Letters: Station: Static : Call Letters: Station: Static: Program : Ca// Letters: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters : Station: Static: Program : Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Ada Ruth West, “Bunny" Montgomery, Alabama “The end crowns the work.” Betty Whitcomb Boston, Massachusetts “Pretty is as pretty does.” P. and P.; Junior Woman’s Club Virginia Louise Wiggen “Jin Jet" Boston, Massachusetts “A soft answer turneth away wrath.” Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; Art Staff of No-So-We-Ea Robert George Williams, “Bob" Lisbon, Ohio “Not what I am, but what I hope to be.” Varsity Swimming Team, 2 years; Class Basketball, 1 year; Class Football, 1 year; Dramatic Club, 1 year; Junior Citizen’s Club Dera Mae Williams, “Dearie" Dublin, Georgia “Hair blacker than a yard up the chimney” Junior Woman's Club, 2 years; Biology Club; 2 years, P. and P.; Dramatic Club Mary June Williams St. Petersburg, Florida “A demure red headed miss.” Carreno Club, 2 years; Glee Club, 1 year; Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; “Don Alon zo’s Treasure” Frank Wilson, “Fuzzy" Darlington, South Carolina ‘Every inch a man.” Intra-mural Football Geraldine E. Wilson, “Jerry" Dunkick, New York “My love is like a red, red rose.” Junior Woman’s Club, 2 years; P. and P., 1 year page sixty

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Call Letters: Station: Static: Ruth Phelp Wilson, “Pinky” Fredonia, New York “Always and ever remains the same.’’ Alonzo McKee Wing, “Mack” Chattanooga, Tennessee “Alas, why need you be so boisterous rough.’’ Basketball, 1 year; Varsity Golf Team, 3 years; Diamond Ball and Football, 2 years; P. and P., 1 year; Cast: “Don Alonzo’s Treasure’’; Glee Club; Carreno Club; “Sweethearts on Parade’’ Joseph Elton Wingate, “Red” Camilla, Georgia “God bless the man who first invented sleep.’’ P. and P. Typist; Class Football; Class Diamond Ball Harry Franklin Woods “Lighthouse” Mulberry, Florida “He knows so little and knows it so fluently.’’ Varsity Track, 2 years; Class Track, 4 years; Orchestra, 3 years; Class Football, 2 years; Class Basketball; Senior Class Pro gram Committee; Class Diamond Ball Doris Lucille Woodworth Sparta, Wisconsin “Dignity is the crown of a well-bred woman.’’ Robert V. Workman, “Bob” Fairfield, Iowa “He has no ambition unless it be to throw an egg into an electric fan.’’ Intra-mural Sports Clayton Wright Exeter, New Hampshire “The deed I intend is great But what as yet I know not.’’ ^ Varsity Track, 3 years; Class Track, 3 years; Class Swimming, 1 year; Senior Play Business Staff; Class Basketball, 1 year; Green Imps, 1 year; Intra-mural Sports, 2 years; Dramatic Club, 1 year James Lowell Yost, “Yost” Pleasantville, Ohio “Silence is one great art of conversation.’’ page sixty-one

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Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Bertha Mildred Roberts B ert” St. Petersburg, Florida “A regular duck in water.” Junior Woman’s Club, 1 year; Swimming Team, 2 years Call Letters: Station: Static: Program: Edward Kindel, “Red” Columbia, Tennessee “He’s always been with us.” Football, 2 years; Basketball, 2 years; Cap tain ’33; ”S” Club, 3 years; President ’33 and ’34; Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1 year; Intra-mural Sports These three years We have played a symphony^ Harmonious; discordant. We were the musicians, Each playing on the instrument On which he excelled. Three conductors have we had In this, our three year span: The first conductor—tall, Tranquil; light of hair, Led us through cur first movement. Following was a dark conductor— Medium in stature; a master touch; From our instruments he drew Pleasing notes, rhythm—• And so completed the second movement. Then, the third and final movement, A new conductor was cur guide— His baton was good will, Sympathy and understanding. On this, our third movement We climaxed—played our best, Bringing the symphony To a mighty clash, a grand finale And those last notes shall resound And linger in the memory Throughout the years eternal. The symphony of ’35! Nancye Thompson

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Juniors President Adviser OLIVER SlMARD MR. GAY Secretary Olive Alderman Vice-President Marjorie Childs Adviser Treasurer MRS. MILLER Maston Thomas Under the advisership of Edith Davis, Rudolph Earle and Margaret Yaryan, the ’34 Sophomore Program was broadcast from Station S.P.H.S. The first number was the election of a group of announcers who broadcast for only a limited term. The most competent of these were elected to preside over the Junior Program. The class was outstanding in athletics, their prowess in football along with their ability to furnish competition in intra-murals, being especially noteworthy. The Sophomore Edition of the Palmetto and Pine gave the class its first taste of professional broadcasting and they proved equal to the occasion. The wires began to hum again when the Sophomores became full-fledged Juniors, their new announcers being Oliver Simard, President; Marjorie Childs, Vice-President; Olive Alderman, Secretary; and Maston Thomas, Treasurer. Advisers Gertrude Cobb Miller and Walter W. Gay guided their second year on the air. During this program they have presented “Don Alonzo’s Treasure,” the traditional Junior Operetta, the annual Christmas Program and the Junior Edition of the Palmetto and Pine. Their farewell presentation to the Seniors was a gala Junior-Senior Prom at which they offered many new features. Among these was a special entertainment for those who could not dance. As a final tribute to their departing professionals, the Junior Class decorated the broad casting studio for the final Senior Program at graduation. Sincerely hoping that the offerings of their Senior Program will be as well presented as those of the Class of ’35, the Junior Class is now signing off.

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Junior Roll Warren Abbott Hazel Abrams Olive Alderman Lawrence Allen Ralph Allen Lillian Allderdice David Amos Jem Anderson Mary Anderson John Andrews Jane Arnold Kenneth Arnold Cleve Ashmore Charles Atherton Robert Ayres Helen Bailey Lillian Baker June Ballard Ralph Ballentine Isabel Ballew Eleanor Barefield Marie Barfield Donald Barger Helen Barnes Maurice Barnes Mary Jo Barnhill Nita Bassett Joseph Battle Mary Ann Bauer Jack Beach Blanche Bean Marion Bedell Irene Beitel David Benson Dorothy Biggs Virginia Billups Janice Bishop Marcus Blanchard Roslyn Blumberg Eldon Bogue Betty Jane Bomhoff Raymond Bowren Richard Bradbeer Mary Bradford William Brann Charles Brannan Kay Brannan William Breaker Dora Brice Marthabelle Bridgeland Frederick Briggs Robert Broadwater Louise Brockman Elbert Brokaw Lo Edwin Brooks Pauline Brown Thomas Brown Wilson Brydon William Buck Douglas Burroughs Frances Bush Martha Butterfield Dorothy Butterworth Gordon Byrnes Della Call June Campagna Leora Canfield Edna Canning Charles Carey Constance Carter Frank Carter Marguerite Caulfield Margaret Cermak William Chaffee George Challenger A1 Chalifoux Harry Champe Frances Chastain Dora Chenneville Jack Chenneville Jean Cherry Robert Chesser Hugh Childs Marjorie Childs Albert Church Charles Clark Neal Clark Robert Clark Ruth Clark Sarah Clark Bernard Clayton Gilbert Clausen Mary Cochran James Coffman Alvin Cohen Braxton Colley Russell Combs Cloyce Comstock Doris Conlan Frederick Conner Jimmy Cook Vera Cook Charles Corey Jean Corey

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Ruth Coughtry Wilbur Coughtry James Craine Reginald Craw Adelbert Cross Helen Crown James Croxton Theodosia Currier Mac Curry Irving Cypen Thomas Daffron Mary Dahlem Phillip Dann Roy Daughtry Lewis Davenport John Davis Lyon Davis Daniel Dawson Richard Dayton Louis Deal Waterman Deal Virginia Dean Juanita Dent Irma Deidrick Jack Deitrich James Deitrich Marian Dodge Ann Doherty Lois Donehoo Lillian Dorman Mary Martha Dowling Nan Duhme Sue Duncan Peggy Duryea Alex Easton Frances Eckhart Enid Edgerly Sharon Edwards Samuel Eggers Frank Eidge Robert Elkins William Elliot Frank Elston Bettie Enwright Patricia Everly Sylvia Faulk George Farmer John Farrar Otis Feaster Bonnie Fenske Myrtle Ferdon Marion Fernald Dorothy Fikes Gibson Finley Wesley Finney Frank Fleck Allene Ford Fay Ford Lolly Forsythe Leonard Forsythe Olive Franklin Thomas Freeman Ruth Friesel Dorothy Fowle Jane Fowler Harold Fos Oscar Foxworth Ray Full Howard Gage John Gaines John Galt George Gandy William Garlington Bertha Garrick Alvin Garver William Gay Buddy Geary Esther Gibson Grace Gilbert Harriett Gill Edith Ginn Ernest Ginter Fern Goldberg Edna Gower Donald Grady Helen Gregory George Griffin Orville Grounds Audrey Groves Elizabeth Guion Junior Haffey Evelyn Hale Frances Hammond Theodore Hanchey Rose Hannon Beryl Hardacker Louise Harman James Harper Eleanor Harrell Mabel Hastings Dorothea Hatcher Louise Haugh Celeste Hayes E. Wallace Hayes Lois Heath Margaret Heckman Richard Henry Gene Hersman Frederick Hertel Caroline Hey William Hiepe Daniel Hiestand Carlisle Hightower James Gordon Hill Mary Hill Charlotte Hitchcock Isabelle Hitt Peggy Hobbes Dorothy Hogan John Hogin Catherine Holmes Carroll Honse Douglas Hood Thane Hooker William Hoover Ray Hornor Natalee Houchard Alpha Howell Valetta Hudkins Ruth Hull Homa Hunt Thomas Hunter Paul Hurst Earlene Hutcheson Irene Jacobs John Jacobson Jack Jackson Mary Jackson J. D. Javens James Jennings Richard Jerger Myrtle Jerkins Samuel Johnson Betty Jones Idell Jones Donald Jordon Dorothy Jorgensen Russell Kauffman George Kavakos Virginia Kern Howard Khouri Earl Kimura Harry Kingsland Marjorie Klebe Eleanor Koehler La Verne Krantz Edward Krauss Otto Krauss Pat Krause Grace Kuhn Rosemary Ladson Irving Lake Dorothy Lambdin Vincent La Milia Vernon Lamoureaux Dorothy Lanier William Larkins Peggy Laughner Estelle Laukota Allen Laurence Cecil Law Bryant Le Due Frank Lee Stephen Leisner William Leitch Margaret Leitch Barto Levi Linwood Lewallen Phillip Lewis Florence Libby Caroline Lilly G. V. Lingle Bernadine Linquist Pat Lobell Peggy Lobell Catherine Long William Long Daryl Mahan David Malone Louise Manchester Esther Mandeville Janet Mandeville Martha Mann Dorothy Marden Betty Jane Markham Anne Marron Charles Martin Helen Martin Marion Martin Bernard Masterson Mike Mastry Willie Mastry Nancy McAfee William McArthur Helen McBride Marjorie McClure Lorraine McCutcheon Allan McIntosh Margaret McKinley Josephine McKnight Robert McLaughlin James McMannis William McMannis Mary McQueen Peggy Meacham Kenneth Mead Regina Melber Helen Melvin Ina Mae Merkhofer Rosalie Merritt Carolyn Miller Emerson Minnich Arquilla Minshew Mildred Moon Helen Moran Charles Morris Mary Ben Morris Dorothy Myers Howard Neeld John Neigh Lois Nelson Martha Nichols Nina Noel Lucille Nowell Phyliss Obermeyer Ralph OÂ’Brien Beatrice Oliver Joseph Packard Patricia Parker page sixty-nine

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Ruth Parker George Roberts Mary Vic Smith Lalah Ulm Sara Parker Alice Robinson Richard Smith James Valentine Dorothy Parks Mary Edith Roden Robert Smith Ross Vandervoort Jane Parks William Rogers William Snelling Jo Ann Verhey Jane Patton Winston Rogers Robert Souder Robert Vogt Hannah Pedrick Leandous Rosier Lloyd Stahl John W. Wagner Ruth Pemble William Ross Theodore Stambaugh Kenneth Walker Mary Jane Phillips Myriam Rossiter Virgil Stanett Stanley Waltz Edwin Phoenix Mable Roth Julian Stanley Helen Wand William Pless Buck Roux Alderman Stansel Douglas Warren Edwin Platt Winfield Russell Kenneth Stanton Dorothy Jane Warren Katherine Poarch Margaret Sackett Gerald Stanton Donald Watson Jack Pollard Clifford Sadler Naomi Stapleton Jack Watson Irma Polly Wilbur Salter Robert Stein Joseph Watson Leola Polly Louise Sandock Andrew Stephens Pauline Weaver Frances Poppell Peter Sarfaty Woodrow Stephens Charlotte Welch Marietta Potts Dale Sawyer Mary Stewart Anna Wells Albert Power Esther Schowe Fletcher Stoufer Charles Paul West Barbara Prince Harold Scott Gertrude St. Jacques Betty White Jeanne Prochaska Karl Schultz Ellen Stuart Louise White Carolyn Pursley Mary Jane Shaw Robert Summers Evan Whittier Ray Randall Tully Shelley Ann Sylvester Erma Whittle Charles Raphun Inez Sherman Cleo Sweat Chesley Wideman William Ray Marjorie Sheron Lucille Taylor Glen Wilcox Imogene Raymond Caroline Schick Oliver Taylor Frederick Williams W. M. Raymond Dorothy Schick Peggy Taylor Johnny Williams Charles Redington Jennie Sierkese Gertrude Temmerson Richard Wilkes Evelyn Reed Oliver Simard Martin Tewes Sidney Wilson Margaret Reese George Simmons Cora Thomas Martha Witter Thomas Bruce Reese John Sims Hope Thomas Catherine Witterholt W. B. Reese Martha Sims Maston Thomas Ralph Wittmeyer Ralph Reid Betty Simpson William Thomas George Wolcott Lloyd Remington Henry Simpson Nell Thompson Frank Wood Robert Rennen Robert Siviter Winston Thompkins Ralph Wood Sarah Reynolds Mary Skevakis Nathaniel Tomson William Wood Clarice Rice Charles Slauter Robert Tomson James Workizer Freida Ricketts Frank Smith Aline Townsend Donald Wright Doris Ritchie Hansel Smith Ida Turner page seventy

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President John Pearce Adviser Mrs. Gager T reasurer Gibson Finley Secretary Don Grady Vice-President Tom Bary President Franklin Brown Adviser Mr. White T reasurer Secretary Sandy Stiles Jean Lambdin Vice-President Jimmy Mathews page seventy-two

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As the radio tunes in we appear as eager listeners to the ever flowing advice of our experienced announcers, the Juniors and Seniors. A new station was formed in the S.P.H.S. Network. The cast was headed in our debut on the air waves by John Pearce. He was ably assisted in his direction of the program by Tom Bary, Don Grady, and Gibson Finley. We were always aided and guided by our directors and scenario writers, Mrs. Gager and Mr. White. The first act was a success. Now there appeared before the microphone a new directory staff headed by Frank Brown. His assistants were Jean Lambdin, Jimmy Mathews, and Sanford Stiles. With the combined efforts of a great supporting cast, we published an eight page paper, selling over one thousand copies. As a final tribute to the stars, the graduating seniors, we decorated the stage for the Baccalaureate sermon. Looking forward with eagerness, the class of Â’37 awaits the day they will assume the peak of success, the role of announcer of station S.P.H.S. page seventy-three

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Sophomore Roll Charles Abbott Frank Beckwith Helen Arline Brown John Colley Dorothy Ackerman Jack Bell J. B. Brown Betty Conant Alfred Adams Marie Bergman Thornton Brown Fred Cone Vivian Ahlsweh Donald Bernst Frances Bruce Barbara Cooley Eugenia Albert William Berry John Bruce Eugene Cooper Janet Allen William Besser Kathryn Bryan Nellie Cooperman Jerry Allen Coe Best, Jr. Margaret Buck Arlene Cordrey Margaret Allen Doris Black William Buckley Betty Correll Patricia Alinour Richard Black L. D. Buie Jane Cotton Edna Allwurden Betty Blackman Lois Burch Glen Coy Raymond Armstrong Robert Blanc Earl Burdi:k Donald Crane Mardie Arnold Mary Blanton George Burke Donald Cunningham Charlotte Babb Paul Blanshard, Jr. Betty Butter Frances Curtiss Earl Baker Nora Blumberg Joel Campbell Ann Czekalski Wilma Jean Baker Jack Boggs Dean Carlson Richard Czekalski Beverly Bamond Zoe Bowser Robert Carroll Helen Daniel Dorothy Banks Ross Boyd Jean Cartwright Andrew Davenport Frank Barhydt Mary Boyer Winifred Cermak Eleanor Davis Clayton Barnhill Alida Bracken Dorothy Chandler Florence Davis Joseph Barron Mary Brainard Virginia Chase Harry Davis Thomas Bary Jack Orion Brandt Phillip Chess Jean Day Bette Bates Justine Brannan Carol Chieves Bernard Dearmin Clara Battle Dortha Brannin Glenn Cobb Fred Dearmin Elonzo Bean Guy Brewster Betty Jean Cochran L. F. De Board Bruce Beat Elbert Brokaw Thomas Colbath Robert Delahunt Elizabeth Beers Emily Louise Brown Irene Colby Jean Delano Dorothy Beers Franklin Brown Sally Coley Ralph De Loach W35 page seventy-four

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John Dewey Alan Dichooer Janies Dietrich Charles Dimas Elva Dodson Marion Dufault George Dufoe Gordon Duncan Edgar Dunn William Durrant Myrtle Duve Lewis Dymond Jeanne Easters Maude Eddins Francis Edsell Ann Egerton Charles Eitel Alice J. Elliot Bruce Ellis Frances Ellison Dorothy Elliston Howard Embree Robert Endress Buddy Enwright William Esterly Martha Eustis Robert Evans Charles Ewell Douglas Falconer James Farmer Glenn Farren William Feerst Virginia Fetterman Frank Fleck Edward Fleming Anne Flinchbaugh Daniel Ford Leslie Forrest Jeannette Freshwater George Friesel Bernard Fuchs Betty Futch Mary Gaffney Dorothy Gammill George Garraghan Charles Gibson Georgine Glasgow Hugh Glidewell Robert Goldsmith Daphne Goodbread Mary Gordon Clifford Gould Sara Gowdy Lucille Grandmaison Elizabeth Greene Matis Greene Wilberta Griffin Harriet Griffith Betty Grounds William Groesback Mary C. Grunsenmeyer Wanda Gust Clara Hadley Edward Hailey Darrell Haley Emmett Hall, Jr. Hoyt Hall Willie Ray Hall Juanita Hance Shirley Hanks George Hannon Walter Hanwell Raymond Harmon Harriet Harris Sam Harris William Harrison Dorothy Harrison Jean Haskell Eleanor Haven Joan Hein Charles Heinz Louis Hibbs Marilyn Hieatt Doris Higer Charles Hightower Robert Hill James Hill Mary Hill Polly Hinman Mattie Mae Hinman Edward Hoffman Elizabeth Hoffman Myrtle Hoffman Walter Hogan James Holmes Lois Hopkinson Richard Hoppe Margaret Horton Hubert Houston Lewis Howard Milton Howarth Louise Howe Orpha Howell Lilly Hubbard Mildred Huff Elizabeth Hughes Nancy Hull Anita Hullman Clifton Huston Peggy Hutchinson John Hutto William Ineson Mary Ingram Rhoda Iverson Alfred Jackson Betty Johnson Winson Johnson Earl Jones Ruth Jones Virginia Jones Virginia Jordan Rita Jorgenson Jocelyn Juniper Joyce Juniper Louise Juntgen Alene Justus Ruth Kanarr Isadore Katz Robert Kay Benjamin Keefer James Keefer George Keener Philip Kalcourse William Kemp Howard Khouri Virginia Kidd Earl Kimura Louise Klattie Arthur Klutts Clair Knerr Robert Kocher Herbert Krause Sarah Kruse Jean Lambdin Stuart Lampe Ruth Lane Thomas Long Jean Larraway Joan Larraway Donald Lothane Lura Mae Laughmiller Cecil Law Harry Lawrence Louise Lawson Robert Leah Georgia Rae Lee Earl Leifeste Stephen Leimer Glen V. Leland Richard Letteleir Louise Letsinger Ada Jane Lewis Howard Lewis Grethel Littlejohn Henry Lochte Francis Long Virginia Loughnot Frances Lundquist Charles Lutz Samuel McArthur Jean McBride Clare McCall Frank McCall Barbara McClintosh Anne M. T. McClure Kenneth McCullough Marion McEarhem Robert McGrath Robert McIntyre Rita McKenzie Kenneth McLeod Willian McLeod William McMullen Dorothy McNeely Kyle McPhail Betty Macauley Eileen MacDonald Gene MacEneny Ralph Macomber Betty Mahaffey Eugenia Mann Elizabeth Mann Louise Marks Betty Martin Donald Martin John Mayberry Elizabeth Mather Jimmie Mathews Martin Mathews Nell Mathews Mary Ann Matson Ruth Meares Sylvia Meares Harold Mears Katie Meros Barbara Meyer Chris Michelson Geraldine Miller Walter Miller Virginia Millsap Margaret Minkley Emma Dora Minnis Dorothy Moe Annette Moody Tom Moody William Mooney Eugene Monzo Peggy Morton Deen Mountain John Mundorff Leon Murray Billv Nevitt Katherine Nichs Ruth Niffenegger Annetta Noble Noriene Noble Frank OÂ’Brien Billie OÂ’Donnell Elizabeth Oldis Theodore Oliver Edwin Orr Thomas Orr Harry Overheul Jane Palmer Francis Parker Helen Pearce John Pearce Marion Pemble Ruth Pemble Alma Pendley Jean Phillips Violetta Pheonix Dwight Pichett Dorothy Pilsbury Kenneth Piltz Doris Pleasants Kenneth Ponsley Florence Popwell page seventy-five

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Elizabeth Post Claire Power Omar Powers Ella Queen Robert Radford Glenna Ralston Melvin Ramsey Rhoda Raymond Mary Reaman Richard Reed Bernarr Reeder Frances Rees Paul Rohnborg Carrie Reid John Reid William Reid Robert Reinhold Lloyd Remington Dorothy Reynolds Anita Richards Maxine Riden Lawrence Ridley Robert Rogers Eunice Rollins Peggy Roney Leymour Rosofshey Mary Joe Ross Peggy Ross William Ross Dorothy Roughgarden Dorothy Rudy Bona Rushing Frances Salter Emil Samec Verne Sassaman Vera Sasser Robert Sauers Mildred Schach Olga Schatz Jeanette Schlegel Virginia Schmidt Marilyn Schmidt Edward Schoell Mary Schooley William Schueneman Martha Scott Scott Searles, Donald Shephard Jack Shinn Walter Shiver Julia Shockley Byron Shouppe Betty Shriner Ervein Shropshire Ruth Schultz Donald Simpkinson Frances Sims Richard Singleton Fred Smith Gladys Smith Paul Smith Bayne Snyder Ruth Sparks Bobbie Speer Eleanor Speer Lawrence Sperry Julian Stanley George Stannard Herbert Stannard Irving Stansel Mary Stevenson Hugh Stewart Raymond Stewart Helen Stiles Sanford Stiles Robert Stillson Louise Swafford Buddy Sweet Michaek Sweeting Robert Swindalls Virginia Talbot Howard Taylor King Taylor Lucille Taylor William Taylor Bayard Tewksbury Lucille Thomas Charles Thompson Phoebe Thompson Robert Thorne Pauline Thrasher John Tibbetts Marjorie Tokstad Harry Tower Shelby Trager James Trimble Hale Tucker Joyce Turner Marjorie Turner Helen Uiffer Edna Ulm Muriel Urlocher Courtland Valentine Louis Valsek Mildred VanBuskirk Charles VanFleet Nellie VanHouten Alice Vaughn Eldon Velboom Doris Vichers Alice Vincze Barbara Wagner Ella Wakefield Arline Walker Virginia Wallen Donald Walrath Leon Walsh Jack Walters Wendell Ware Barbara Warren Howard Warren Jane Warriner Frances Watland Jean Watson Verne Way Eleanor Webb Betty Jane Webber Arthur Wellington Sylvia Wells Betty Jo Wendell Mary West Jane Weston Addison Wheeler Theodore White Louise Whitfield Louise Whittier Margaret Whitworth Robbie Wideman Florence Wiecking Virginia Wiggin Louise Wilder Judith Wiley Winifred Wiley Irene Williams Jane Williams Jeanne Williams Phyliss Williams Roy Williams Wynell Williams Clyde Williamson Virginia Willy Jean Wilson Ralph Wilson Glenn Witt Alvin Wittmeyer Frances Wood Joe Wood Martha Wood Edward Woolner Janet Wright Marjorie Wunderlich Lucy Joe Yancey Vernon Yonkers Cheryl Yontz U. G. Young Clarice Zehler Woodrow Zinn

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NAME Byron Shouppe_ Ann McClure_ Bob McGrath_ PEACHES SCHOOLEY Billy McLeod_ Jean Lambdin_ John Pearce_ Margaret Horton. Tom Bary_ Annette Moody_ Dot Banks_ Ann Edgerton_ Betty Futch_ Franklin Brown^_ Dot Gammill_ Katherine Meros_ Francis Hall_ Jane Cotton_ Don Grady Eleanor Webb_ Mickey Shepard__ Gibson Finley_ Sophomore Static PET EXPRESSION -“God be with you ’cause I can’t’’ L “ H a-a-a-a-a-a” -“Great big round phooey on you’’ -“Hon-est-ly” -“Shucks” -“Shucks now” -“And we can do it” -“Everything’ll be all right” -“What’s the matter with you” -“More fun” -“Ain’t it the truth” -“She stands alone” -“Cutie pie” -“How’s with you” -“Hello there” -“Absentees please” -“I’m happy tonight My future looks bright” -“Hey-darlin’ -“How’er runt” -“Say now, you all” -“O go long now” -“I want my dime”

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O LIVER SIMARD BR U D DANN KAY B IS ANNAN SUE DU N CAN MARJORI E CHILDS OSCAR FO X WORTH MASTON T HOMAS PEGG Y DURYEA SAMUEL E GGERS OLIVE A LDERMAN KATHE R INE POARCH LADDIE S ADLER DOUGLAS BU R ROUGHS FR A NCES BUSH NAN D UHME D I CK BRADBEER JANE F O WLER TOMMY S ACKETT MARTIN T EWES DOT L A NIER SA R AH CLARKE CHARLE S WEST page seventy-eight

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Fred K. Stewart Gordon Benn St. Petersburg High School is to be congratulated upon its splendid coaching staff head ed by that dean of Florida high school coaches, Fred K. Stewart, who for the past two years has been assisted by coach Gordon Benn, a former student at St. Petersburg High and a graduate from the University of Iowa. Coach Stewart first took up his duties at St. Petersburg High in 1926 as an assistant coach, but upon proving his outstanding ability as a coach in all major sports, he was ap pointed head coach the following year. Immediately after his appointment, Coach Stewart organized the Big Ten Conference, composed of the ten leading high schools throughout the state. Every year since its organiza tion he has been unanimously re-elected president. Coach Stewart’s record is one to be envied, for every year he turns out teams noted for their fair play and fight. Coach Gordon Benn assumed his duties as assistant coach in 1933 and has rapidly proven a great favorite and skillful director of athletic activities. Coach Benn is wholly responsible for the splendid intra-mural system now being carried on in St. Petersburg High. It is largely through his undying energy and capable organizing that a great number of students who are unable to make varsity squads have an athletic outlet composed of touch football, diamond ball, swimming and track. St. Petersburg Higta feels that with two such outstanding coaches the “Green Devils” will always represent their Alma Mater favorably, whether on gridiron, court, or track. page eighty

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Led by Captain Billy Cooper, the Green Devil varsity eleven finished their 1934 season with a total of four games won, four lost, and one tie. The Green Devils of '34 opened their season with a splendid array of lettermen, but the toughest schedule of any team in the Big Ten Conference proved too powerful for the fighting Devils. However, they are to be congratulated upon their grit and fair tactics, both characteristics of which any team may well be a proud possessor. Graduating lettermen are as follows: Red Kindel, Captain Billy Cooper, Bill Joseph, Buddy Rimes, Verne Goodbread, Mike Bruton, C. B. Potts, Gene Templeton, Bill Enwright, Hugh Yancey, Bill Gower, Cardell Kle:kner, Harold Smith and Manager Henry Baynard. Lettermen returning next year are: Jimmy West, Walter Aitchison, Captain-elect Hugh Adcock, Ray Horner, Martin Tewes, Gibson Finley and Ed Hogan. S. P. H. S. 1934 GAMES OPPON 19 Bradenton 0 7 Plant 7 6 Andrew Jackson 13 25 Palmetto 0 7 Hillsborough 13 7 Robert E. Lee 14 20 Lakeland 0 26 Fort Myers 20 0 Clearwater 18 page eighty-one

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Above, left to right BILLY COOPER—Captain, noted for his fine spirit and hard play. BILL Gower —Worked his way up from reserve squad to fill an end position in splendid style. GIBSON Finley —One of the best broken field runners to earn a varsity letter. Center ‘'ESKIMO” AlTCHISON—A hard driving lineman. Below, left to right "BUDDY” Rimes—A splendid line backer with enough spirit for a whole team. "RED” KlNDEL—A smart field general and the best block ing back in “The Big Ten.” HUGH ADCOCK—Captain elect, a triple threat back with a fighting heart. page eighty-two

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Above, left to right HUGH YANCEY—A good back hampered by injuries. MIKE BRUTON—A hard charging lineman on every play. VERNE GOODBREAD—An outstanding lineman combining brawn with brain. Honorable mention All-Southern. Center CARDELL KLECKNER—A bang-up good lineman. Below, left to right MARTIN TEWES—First year letterman who filled any position on the line. GENE TEMPLETON—A dependable back in all fields of play. ED Hogan —A level headed lineman who could always be counted on. page eighty-three

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' Above, left to right HOOTIE" HORNER —Long rangy end with ability to burn. JIMMY WEST —One of the finest punters in the state. BILL ENWRIGHT —Played heads up ball at either end Oi. quarterback. Below, left to right HAROLD SMITH —A sturdy center who worked his way up from the reserves. BILL JOSEPH —Dependable and a tower of strength in the line. C. B. POTTS —Spark plug of the “Green Devil offense with his speed and ability to snag passes. page eighty-four

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The 1935 “Green Devil” quintet was the surprise team of the year. With only three lettermen and very little raw material. Coach Stewart built the most efficient, clean spirited, hard fight ing basketball team that S.P.H.S. has ever seen. Led by Captain Jack Bushman the Green Devils began to click and they didn’t stop until they had marched triumphantly through an eleven game series without a single loss, claimed the Big Ten Championship crown and gained the name Iron Men” from the sports writers throughout the state because of their few substitutions. Swinging into the West Coast Tournament the St. Petersburg “Iron Men’’ fought their way to he finals and, weary from the strain of tournament play, bowed in defeat to Hillsborough High of Tampa. With only one game lost out of fifteen played, the Devils journeyed to the State Tournament where they rew the defending state Champions and the number two seeded team for their second and third rounds. After ecisively beating the two seeded teams the “Green Devils’’ faced Miami High for three overtime periods, ending n the short end of a 28 to 26 score in the most exciting finals game in the history of Florida high school sport. Graduating lettermen are: Captain Jack Bushman, Stewart Richardson, C. B. Potts and Bill Gower. Returning lettermen are: Hugh Adcock and Co-Captains Jimmy Valentine and Hootie Horner. Jack Bushman, Captain ED WALKER, Manager BIG TEN SCHEDULE .P.H.S. 16 Lakeland 13 .P.H.S. 24 Hillsborough 18 .P.H.S. 23 Clearwater 15 P.H.S. 23 Plant 11 .P.H.S. 27 Hillsborough 10 P.H.S. 34 Plant City 10 .P.H.S. 22 Plant 18 .P.H.S. 18 Lakeland 17 P.H.S_ _28 Plant City 9 .P.H.S. 21 Landon 17 WEST COAST TOURNAMENT S.P.H.S. 40 Palmetto 12 S.P.H.S. 42 Sarasota 18 S.P.H.S. 18 Plant 16 S.P.H.S. 19 Hillsborough 28 STATE TOURNAMENT S.P.H.S. 34 Aucilla 1 7 S.P.H.S. 26 Leesburg 19 S.P.H.S.__ _36 Marianna 26 S.P.H.S. 26 Miami 28 page eighty-eight

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The 1935 “Green Devil’ Harriers started their season with high hopes for the State Cham pionship crown, presenting quite an array of lettermen as proof of their power. Led by Captain Clayton Wright the Devil trackmen opened up by tieing Plant High of Tampa 61-61 in a dual meet and the following week the Devils came in 6 points behind this same team to hold down third place in the annual West Coast tournament. Feeling slightly down hearted the Devils clashed with the St. Pete. Jr. College in their second dual meet of the season easily de feating their opponents 89 to 33. With this JAMES BOOTH, Manager crushing victory in their trophy bag the Green Devils headed for Gainesville and a State Championship; however, their hopes were blasted once more as only seven men qualified for the finals. Against such odds the Devils were given only an outside chance to even place but with true S.P.H.S. spirit the Devil trackmen captured three first places and a new state record was set for the javelin by Martin Tewes, giant junior, giving St. Pete, a third place on the official score card. Graduating lettermen are: Captain Clayton Wright. Harold Stevenson. Verne Goodbread. Bob O’Brien, Bob Mills, Kenneth Vaughn. Jacob Buenzli and Harry Woods. Returning lettermen are: Co-Captains Hervey Gresh and Martin Tewes, Nat Tomson. H. Hopkinson, Ray Horner, V. Yonkers. Clayton Wright, Captain FIRST PLACES WEST COAST MEET WRIGHT Goodbread Tewes Stevenson 440 yd. dash time 54.9 discus 112’ 4 Yz javelin 168’ 8“ (new record) pole-vault 12’ (new record) FIRST PLACES STATE MEET Goodbread discus 110’6^” Stevenson pole-vault 12’ 2 ” TEWES javelin 180’ 6’’ (new record) TRACK S.P.H.S_61 S.P.H.S_89 West Coast Meet Orlando_42 Plant_41 S.P.H.S_35 RESULTS Plant High_61 Junior College_33 State Meet Orlando_33 Plant_28 ^2 S.P.H.S_24 page ninety

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Boy’s Swimming Team The “Green Devil” natators of 1935 faced an ^insurmountable difficulty in the loss of their Captain, Buddy Rimes, who was forced to quit early in the season because of a physical handicap. However the S.P.H.S. splashers under the guidance of Coach S. B. Predmore and acting Captain Oliver Simard finished fourth in the state meet and counted wins over Hillsborough and West Palm Beach in dual meets. We congratulate acting Captain Simard and his team mates on their ex cellent showing and wish the swimming team next year a world of success. Graduating letter-men: Bob Adriance, Bob Miller and Bob Williams. Returning letter-men: Don Grady, Acting-Captain Oliver Simard, Bill Snelling and Douglas Burroughs. RESULTS DUAL MEET RESULTS STATE MEET S.P.H.S. West Palm Beach Hillsborough 48 38 10 Ft. Lauderdale Winter Park Oral a 27 16 15 S.P.H.S. 14

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Bill Bond Mack Wing The St. Petersburg High School Golf Team, composed of Captain Mack Wing and Bill Bond, finished their 1935 season with two wins and two losses, all four games com posing dual meets. Due to the slight interest shown in golf. Mack and Bill carried the brunt of the contests throughout the season and we commend them high ly on their splendid play. RESULTS S.P.H.S. vs. Plant 5-3 Plant vs. S.P.H.S. S.P.H.S. vs. St. Petersburg Junior College 7-2 St. Petersburg Junior College vs. S.P.H.S. 54 63 Tennis Team The 1935 "Green Devil" Tennis Team, made up of Captain Jack Bushman and Buddy Enwright, lost one and tied one game in their dual meets. Captain Bushman advanced to the finals in the state singles tournament, where he was defeated by Gurnsey of Orlando, defending state champion. Bushmanthen joined with his team mate. Buddy Enwright, to advance to the semi-finals in the state doubles tournament. DUAL MEETS Plant vs. S.P.H.S. 4-3 Plant vs. S.P.H.S. 3-3 STATE SINGLES TOURNAMENT Bushman vs. Roberts of Vero Beach 6-1 6-0 Bushman vs. Smith of Tallahassee 7-5 6-1 Bushman vs. Delano of Miami 7-5 9-7 Bushman vs. Groff of Tampa 6-0 6-1 Gurnsey vs. Bushman of S.P.H.S. 6-2 6-3 STATE DOUBLES TOURNAMENT S.P.H.S. vs. Miami 6-2 6-4 S.P.H.S. vs. Vero Beach 3-6 7-5 7-5 S.P.H.S. vs. Plant 6-2 6-4 (S.P.H.S. eliminated by Vero Beach in semi-finals) page ninety-four

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Girl’s Swimming Team Coach S. B. Predmore took the 1935 “Green Devils” under his wing and turned out a first class swimming team. Although the Girl’s Swimming Team, under the leadership of Captain Bertha Roberts, finished fourth in the state meet, we must remember that they were swimming against the world-famous Rawls Sisters, who formed both a mental and physical handicap. Graduating letter-men: Captain Bertha Roberts and Patsy Beil. Returning letter-men: Bonnie Fenske, Frances Bush, Lillian Allerdice, Jane Eustis, Dot Parks, Ruth Niffenegger and Katherine Poarch. RESULTS DUAL MEET RESULTS STATE MEET S.P.H.S. 54 Ft. Lauderdale 53 West Palm Beach 26 Winter Park 19 West Palm Beach 12 S.P.H.S. 10 page ninety-six

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National Honor Society Dr. Geiger, this year, succeeded in obtaining a chapter of the National Honor Society named the “Sunshine Chapter The charter members were selected from the Senior Class and last-half Juniors by the principal and tin 'acuity. Mrs. Abbott. Miss Vinal, Mr. Gay and Mr. Skidmore served with Dr. Geiger as the advisory com mittee of the club. Choice of candidates is based on scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Not more than fit teen per cent of the Senior Class may gain admission and if any member fails to maintain his record he is immcdiatclv dropped from membership. The following officers have been selected to serve for the remainder of this year: Jim Walton, President; Edna Cartwright, Vice-President; Catherine Rutherford, Secretary. SENIORS 12 B JUNIORS Dick Beckhard Edna Cartwright Maxine Cherbonneaux Lucille Dufficld Manette Ferris Maybeile Ford Elinor GiHiatt Bob Goheen Dorothy Goodwin Mary Hanks Frances Hoare Cappy Houston Elinor Huff Morgan Her Louise Knorr Jean Lawrence Richard Leavengood L. P. Meares Florence Melber Peggy Miller Norma Jean Mink Mary Murdock Robert Nichols Betty Nickse Cecil Noel Gail Palmer Helen Redington Catherine Rutherford Beverly Scott Barbara Stratton Bill Swift Thomas Todsen Stanley Turner James Walton Ann Doherty Casey Ingram Marja Pourtless Olive Alderman Frances Bush Theo Currier Peggy Duryea Samuel Eggers George Farmer Billy Gay Edith Ginn Beryl Hardacker Dorothea Hatcher Douglas Hood Pat Krause Linwood Lewallen Esther Mandeville Janet Mandeville Martha Mann Nathaniel Tomson Ann Sylvester page one hundred

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Scholarship Club "The Club the School Delights to Honor” To qualify for membership in this club one must maintain an average of 90, have no monthly grade below 80, and no examination grade below 70. The members this year are: Seniors Juniors Sophomores Edna Cartwright Hazel Abrams Nora Blumberg Maxine Cherbonneaux Frances Bush Joel Campbell Ann Doherty Theo Currier Frank Fleck Elinor Gilliat Irving Cypen Geraldine Miller Eleanor Huff Peggy Duryea Jean Phillips Tom Lefevre Samuel Eggers Robert Radford Peggy Miller Marian Fernald Dorothy Reynolds Mary Murdock Beryle Hardacker Anita Richards Gail Palmer Douglas Hood Peggy Roney Catherine Rutherford Pat Krause Scott Searles, Jr. Thomas Todson Linwood Lewallen Esther Mandeville Janet Mandeville Martha Mann Marja Pourtless Gerald Stanton Nat Tomson Joseph Watson Martha Witter George Wolcott Bobby Speer Robert Thorne Edna Ulm Louise Whittier Elizabeth Post page one hundred on • >

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The No-So-We-Ea staff presents the 1935 annual in the form of the class of 35’s big broadcast. It is a broad cast of a march of time. We hope the pictures and write ups will take you back to your start here at S.P.H.S. and that you may keep the No-So-We-Ea as a pleasant memory. The staff has spent weeks in preparation to put our “program” on the air. There have been hours of anxiety when we feared for the success of our program. They were overshadowed by many happy moments. The broadcast was made by an efficient staff. It was ably directed by its announcer, the editor-in-chief, L’Mar Kane. Our staff technicians, the advisers, Miss Appleby and Miss Kehler, ably guided and spurred us onward to success. Our props and scenery are the result of Miss King and the art staff. Without their hard work, this annual could not have succeeded. If you, the fans, are pleased with our broadcast, and your fan mail bears the stamp of approval, the No-SoWe-Ea staff signs off the air bidding S.P.H.S. bon voyage. Our Photographers page one hundred two

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Mrs. James (^Palmeiio and fdPine This year the Palmetto and Pine, our school paper, has proved a distinct journalistic success. Published weekly, it has followed a regular scheme in presenting events and activi ties of the school. It has broken all records, except those of boom years, in the amount of advertising space. It has presented to all interested students a fine opportunity for journalistic training. The editor, Gail Palmer, and the advisers, Mrs. James and Miss Evans, together with the other members of the staff have worked faithfully and hard to promote the success of the paper. Miss Evans page one hundred four

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Barbara Stratton Carolyn Berner Art Editor Nancye Thompson Poetr* Edrtor Dick Beckhard Exchange Editor page one hundred five

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Elizabeth Avery Helen Andrews Olive Alderman Hazel Abrams Jo Brice Rosalyn Blumberg Dorothy Balentine Carolyn Barken Nora Blumberg Helen Barnes Martha Butterfield Alzada Bennett Dorothy Banks Marian Becker Katherine Banks ^ JUNIOR WOMANÂ’S CLUB ^ Emma Mae Brown Mary Bradford Doris Conlan Maxine Cherbonneaux Edna Cartwright Nell Cooperman Sarah Elizabeth Clark Lillian Dorman Dorothy Mae Dorman Irma Deidrick Freddie Ellison Ann Earl Frances Easters Virginia Easters Myrtle Ferdon Manette Ferris Edith Ginn Mary Gaffney Betty Grounds Lyn Glasgow Harriet Griffith Mary Hanks Shirley Hanks Johnnie Marie Holmes Helen Heal Mildred Hamilton Beryl Hardacker Bonnie Ilgenfritz Louise Juntgen Revelle Jacobson Irene Jacobs Dorothy Jordon Betty Kocher Anne Ladd Dorothy Lambdin Helen Lawrence Annette Moody Gene MacEnemy Peggy Miller Anna Belle Maloney Eloise McLaughin Rosalie Merritt Iva Mae Merkhofer Margaret Nevitt Helen Pearce Patricia Parker Peggy Roney Dorothy Reynolds Mary Margaret Randall Barbara Stratton Dorothy Stringer Jennie Sierkese Gertrude St. Jacques Tommy Sackett Dorothy Warren Virginia Wiggin Mary June Williams President Edna Cartwright Adviser Miss MacAllister Vice-President Alzada Bennett T reasurer Secretary Katherine Banks Anna Belle Maloney page one hundred six

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Junior Chamber of Commerce Hugh Adcock Zelma Albert Olive Alderman Lillian Allderdice Aria Applegate Russell Bagley Lillian Baker Carolyn Barker Irene Batchelder Virginia Baughman Henry Baynard Jack Beach Marion Bedell Irene Beitel Ruby Belcher Richard Black Richard Blalock William Bond James Booth Mary Bradford Kay Brannan Martha Belle Bridgcland Dora Burce Frances Bush Jack Bushman Martha Butterfield Dorothy Butterworth Marguerite Caulfield A1 Chalafaux Edwina Clark Ruth Clark Russell Combs Doris Conlan Helen Crown Theo Currier Mac Curry Phoebe Dann Jean Day Daniel Dawson Robert Delahunt Jeanne Delano Lucile Duffield Nan Duhme Peggy Duryea Francis Easters Mary Louise Easters Laura Eborn Frank Eidge William Elliot Douglas Eubanks Hiram Fisher Fay Ford Leslie Forest Alvin Garvin Fern Goldberg Verne Goodbread Rosalind Green Hervey Gresh Willis Groves Morton Hartman Helen Heal Johnny Holmes Kathleen Hughes Homa Hunt Bonnie Ilgenfritz Mary Johnson Leonard Jones Donald Jordan Doris Jordan Ruth Kanarr Charles Kaniss Virginia Kern Louise Knorr Betty Kocher Edward Kramer Jean Lambdin Richard LaPlant Marguerite Laughmi Her Madolyn Laughncr Paul Laughner Thomas LeFevre William Leitch Bernardine Linquist Elizabeth Long Martha Lumpkin Martha Mann Carol Mathews Lillian McClean Helen Melvin Carolyn Miller Lillian Miller Peggy Miller Robert Miller Margaret Minkley Mary Kay Mowrcr Glenn Mulvihill John Neigh Lois Nelson Irene Nevclle Margaret Nevitt June Newberry Cecil Noel Nina Noel Katherine Poarch Beatrice Porter John Pearce Clyde Railsback Margaret Randall Margarete Ramsey Helen Rcdington Margaret Reese Clarice Rice Griffin Richcreck Ray Richcreek Freda Ricketts Charles Riley William Robb George Sawyer Gcorgine Schlegal Mary Schooley Beverly Scott Harry Scott Virginia Scroggs Susie Simmons George Simonson James Sirmons Burrell Smith Robert Smith Wave Smith Bernard Stanton Naomi Stapleton Sadie Stephens Jack Stewart Theodore Syverson Elizabeth Talbot Nancye Thompson Thomas Todson Nat Tomson Robert Tomson Helen Trager Mellis Tuck Bernard Tuppen Blanche Twiss James Valentine Robert Voight Eleanor Webb Catherine Welch Charles West Erma Whittle Dera Williams Mack Wing William Wolfe W35Z page one hundred set'en

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Hazel Abrams Olive Alderman E. Bagley Russell Bagley Jack Beach Marian Becker Ruby Belcher Nora Blumberg Betty Boardman Kay Brannan Thelma Branson Dora Brice Dramatic Club Frances Bush Marguerite Caulfield Virginia Chase Maxine Cherbonneaux Theo Currier Jean Davies Jean Day Jeanne Delano Jeanne Easters Mary Louise Easters J. Edgerly Freddie Ellison Lyn Glasgow Georgine Glasgow Elizabeth Greene Bonnie Ilgenfritz Mary Johnson Virginia Kern Betty Kocher Pat Krause Dorothy Lambdin Jean Lambdin Martha Lumpkin William MacGill Helen Melvin Rosalie Merritt Robert Miller Elizabeth Miller Peggy Miller Nina Noel Gail Palmer Patricia Parker Juanita Phillips Lloyd Remington Sarah Reynolds Clarice Rice Dorothy Rudy Georgene Schlegel Beverly Scott Jennie Sierkese George Simonson Burrell Smith Robert Stone Elizabeth Talbot Libby Wallace Virginia Wallin James Walton Virginia Willey Charles West President Beverly Scott Adviser Miss Daisy Belle John Treasurer Secretary George Simonson Gail Palmer Vice-President Charles West

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Student Carreno Club During the year the Student Carreno Club of 250 members has presented seven programs, each followed by a reception and light refreshments and an intermission program and dance, which was held May 14 at the Suwannee Hotel. On February 14, the club staged a musical revue. “Sweethearts on Parade,” the proceeds of which financed the most important musical activity of the year. The Junior Contest of the National Federation of Music Clubs of America was held in Sarasota, March 23, and besides placing first in the state as a club, the follow ing people were fortunate enough to place first in Class A ; Dan Hiestand, Cornet; Florence Melber, Saxophone; Johnnie Holmes, Contralto; Lyn Glasgow, Ballet; Carreno Club Orchestra; Brass Ensemble; Girl’s Glee Club; Boy’s Glee Club; and Mixed Chorus; and in Class C, first place, Jeanne Prochaska, Violin. First Vice-President President SUE DUNCAN Katherine Grace Treasurer Bob Miller Second Vice-President CHARLES WEST Adviser Secretary MRS. MILLER Florence Melber page one hundred nine

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Hi-Y Club CLUB MOTTO: Clean Speech, Clean Sports, Clean Scholarship, Clean Living The Hi-Y Club was originated in Chapman, Kansas in 1 890. It spread rapidly until now there are 46,000 clubs in the United States with an enrollment of over 100.000 members. The St. Petersburg High School became a permanent club in 1929. The members are kept in constant contact with other Hi-Y Clubs through the annual, national, and state congress. At all school and some city entertainments the members of this club may be seen acting as ushers. Re presentatives were sent to the state congress held in Tampa this year. Meetings are held every Tuesday evening 7:15 Â’til 8:15 at the Y.M.C.A. This spring the club plans to include in its social activities a banquet and a beach party. Since its organization in St. Petersburg. Lauson B. Skidmore and Kenneth Lewis have been advisers of the Hi-Y Club. Hi-Y Members President Stanley Turner Vice-President Frank Fleck T reasurer Bill Ross Secretary Dan McCormick Raymond Armstrong Marcus Blanchard Norman Corey Bob Delahunt Frank Fleck George Farmer William Grant Dick Henry Douglas Hood Casey Ingram Dan McCormick Chris Michelson Howard Neeld Ralph OÂ’Brien Arthur Patterson W. A. Raymond Bill Ross Bill Snelling Bernard Stanton^ Jerry Stanton Robert Stone James Tippev Jack Tripp Paul Troy Stanley Turner Ralph Wood page one hundred ten

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Jimmy Valentine Stewart Richardson Bill Gower Henry Baynard Martin Tewes Bill Cooper Red Kinael Jack Bushman Verne Goodbread Hugh Adcock Walter Aitchison Gene Hershmer Jimmy West Edward Walker Ed Hogan Gibson Finley page one hundred twelve

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Biology Club The Biology Club members are chosen from students who make an average of 85 in Biology. This year’s officers are: Samuel Eggers, president: Olive Alderman, vice-president: Esther Man deville, secretary: Louise Sandock, treasurer: Mrs. Marie Gager, Mr. J. K. Miller, Mr. J. R. Reeves and Mr. David Stallcup are the advisers. Business Staff of the Senior Plav Gail Palmer. Dain McCormick. Paul Troy, Tom LeFevre, Charles Kaniss. Spencer Robison. Leroy Starrett. L'Mar Kane Henry Baynard, Mr. Benn, Miss Day. Cliff Simpson. Hazel Rawls. Pete Meros. Bobby Stratton Dixie Lu Alden. Margaret Ramsey, Phoebe Dann. Helen Dasenbrook. Mary Lee Hope Miss ‘Mac," Irene Neville. Connie Brady, Galloway Garrick page one hundred thirteen

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cirhnenl Miss Daisy Belle John, who founded the first High School Chamber of Commerce and who is the adviser of the S.P.H.S. Chamber of Commerce, directs the Dramatic Department with the idea of promoting better citizen ship in the students through the study of public speak ing. debating and oratory. First year public speaking, comprising these subjects along with the study of the drama and radio, is the necessary base for second year work with its advanced psychological reasoning. The two year course provides the student with a knowledge of drama and radio which enables him to judge more dearly the better types of entertainment. Most impor tant, however, is the self-confidence it gives through the study of psychological reaction to various situations. The most outstanding work of the year in this de partment is the senior play, which, this year, was a comedy entitled “The Whole Town’s Talking.” Miss John directed the production and, with the aid of the numerous other departments, the presentation was a complete success. Another important work was the Junior Operetta, the dramatic parts of which Mi:s John supervises. Correlated with the Dramatic Department are the High School Chamber of Commerce and the Dramatic Club. The building of the High School Float in the Miss Daisy Belle John Festival of States Parade was directed and the entire work sponsored by the former organization. Plays are produced by the Dramatic Club, which is an experi mental laboratory for the students. The Dramatic Department, along with the Dramatic Club and Chamber of Commerce, strives to serve the school. This is a group to be depended upon. Stage-Crew page one hundred fourteen

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“The Whole Town’s Talking” A FARCE IN THREE ACTS by John Emerson and Anita Loos CAST OF CHARACTERS Henry Simmons, a manufacturer Harriet Simmons, his wife Ethel Simmons, his daughter Chester Binney, Simmon’s partner Letty Lythe, a motion picture star_ Donald Swift, a motion picture director Roger Shields, a young Chicago blood Lila Wilson) Sally Otis \friends of Ethel Annie, a maid Sadie Bloom, a dancing teacher Sam, a taxi driver Bill Carney, factory friend of Chester’s Mrs. Jackson, a town gossip Verne Goodbread Peggy Miller Beverly Scott Bill Enwright _Bonnie Ilgenfritz Robert Miller Burrell Smith f Louise Knorr Margaret Nevitt —Wave Smith Maxine Cherbonneaux Dick Beckhard Lawrence Bogard Nancye Thompson Mary Yance_ Nancy Allen_ Louise Anderson Helen Brown_ A Friend_ Friends of the Simmons’ family M a r garet Ramsey M a r y Lee Hope Rosalind Green L y nn Glasgow E l i z a b e t h Long page one hundred fifteen

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USIC arhnenl The High School Music Department, under the capable direction of Mrs. Gertrude Cobb Miller, our beloved “Auntie" of a thousand nephews and nieces, has reached an all time high in the number and importance of its accomplishments this year. A glee club of eighty voices and an orchestra of over fifty pieces have been organ ized, the largest in the history of the school. Among the activities of the music department this year have been the Junior Class Operetta, “Don Alonzo’s Treasure," the matinee performance of the Florida Music Festival, the state Junior Contest of the National Federation of Music Clubs held in Sarasota, the Rollins Interscholastic Music Festival, and the High School Music Festival in Tampa in which S.P.H.S. won second place in the state, placing twenty-seven entries out of forty-three. The music department concluded this outstanding year with a program on the pier during Music Week. Mrs. Miller Tenor—James Walton— f irst place. Baritone—Charles West— first place. This department has also been very prominent in aiding other high school endeavors, furnishing incident al music for the Senior Play, for a group of short plays presented by the Dramatic Club, and for many other activities. WINNERS AT ROLLINS Voice—Class A Bass-Baritone—Robert Miller— second place. Boy’s Glee Club— first place. Mixed Glee Club— second place. Voice—Class B Baritone—James Farmer— first place. Instrumental—Class A Violin—Jeanne Prochaska— second place. INSTRUMENTAL-CLASS B Violin—Willie Rae Hall— first place. Boy Alto—Dennis Strickland— first place. Male Quartet—James Walton, Tad Darling, Richard Beckhard, Robert Miller— first place. Bass—Robert Miller— second place. Baritone—Richard Beckhard— third place. Mixed Quartette—James Farmer, Betty Kocher, Johnnie Holmes, Robert Miller— third place. Girl’s Glee Club— second place. Boy’s Glee Club— third place. Mixed Glee Club— third place. Voice—Class B Contralto—Daphne Goodbread— first place. Soprano—Keeta Martin— third place. Bass—Lloyd Stahl— first place. Boy Soprano—Lloyd Remington— first place. Bass—Samuel Eggers —third place. Tenor—Charles Riley— third place. WINNERS AT TAMPA Voice—Class A Contralto—Maxine Cherbonneaux— first place. Female Trio—Betty Kocher, Johnnie Holmes, Maxine Cherbonneaux— first place. Contralto—Johnnie Holmes— second place. Female Quartette — Betty Kccher, Blanche Twiss, Manette Ferris, Johnnie Holmes— second place. Soprano—Betty Kocher— third place. Instrumental—Class A E Flat Saxophone—Florence Melber— third place. Marimba-*—Annetta Noble— third place. Saxophone Quartette—Florence Melber, Meredith Roos, Cloyce Comstock, Clifford Sadler— second place. INSTRUMENTAL-CLASS B Violin—Willie Rae Hall— second place. Baritone Horn—James Holmes— second place. Cello—Regina Melber— third place. vaae one hundred sixteen

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An Operetta in Two Acts by Morgan and Penn CHARACTERS Don Diego Anselmo de Gonzalez, A Spanish Nobleman —Baritone-CHARLES WEST Suzanna, his wife —Mezzo-Soprano_DAPHNE GOODBREAD Dolores, elder daughter —Mezzo-Soprano_MAXINE CHERBONNEAUX Lolita, younger daughter —Contralto_JOHNNIE HOLMES Manuel, a man-of-all-work —Bass_SAMUEL EGGERS Paula, a dull-witted servant —Soprano_VIRGINIA SCROGGS Ajax Wollop, an American millionaire —Tenor_CHARLES RILEY Mrs. Wollop, his wife —Soprano_BLANCHE TWISS Elaine, their daughter —Soprano_BETTY KOCHER Slim Malone, a sailor —Bass_ROBERT MILLER Shorty Simmons, another sailor -—Baritone_RICHARD BECKHARD Billie McNoodle, a stowaway hero —Tenor_JIMMY FARMER SINGING AND DANCING CHORUS Barbara Stratton Amy Davis Sue Duncan Joe Watson Mary Williams Alice Robinson Lloyd Remington Marja Pourtless Cloyce Comstock Kay Brannan Sarah Reynolds Clifford Sadler Wave Smith Eugene Monzo Alice Elliott Thelma Branson James Matthews Dorothy Brown Kathryn Grace Jean Cherry Frances Lundquist George Farmer Gail Palmer Erma Whittle Clifford Simpson Dorothy Davis Tom Brown Betty Boardman Mary Eichelberger Jack Beach Joan Laraway William MacGill Muriel Finnie Lillian McClean Robert Tomson Martha Butterfield Annetta Noble Virginia Baughman Martha Sims George Simonson Sue Bryan Doris Campbell Jack Barbre Manette Ferris Dan Hiestand Barbara Martin Shirle ,T Lehman Ted Hanchey Noriene Noble Francis Hoare Ruby Belcher Ada Jane Lewis Lo Edwin Brooks Kathryn Manard Jean Lara way Bette Swiger Doris Pleasants Tom LeFevre Georgene Schlegel Kathleen Hughej Billy Griffith SERVANTS William Cooper, Verne Goodbread, Mack Wing, Thomas Reese FLOWER BALLET Peggy Ross, Jane Palmer, Marjorie Wunderlich, LaVern Krantz 5 P. H. S. BALLET Jane Palmer Marjorie Wunderlich LaVern Krantz Pcegy Ross Virginia Fetterman Marion Becker Hazel Abrams Dorothy Butterworth Irene Jacobs Valetta Hudkins Dorothy Ballentine Anne Ladd WALTZERS Lyn Glasgow, Russert Staff, Naomi Stapleton, Oliver Simard FLAG TABLEAUX Daryl Mahan Mary Lee Hope Luella Ellinwood Dorothy Lanier Louise Haugh Dorothy Shick Betty Enwright Peggy Lobel Mary Jane Shaw Jane Fowler Marie Barfield Charlotte Hitchcock TANGO DANCERS Laura Eborn, Peggy Meacham, Henry Baynard, Thomas Moody page one hundred eighteen

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“Sweethearts on Parade” CAST Bride Katherine Grace Bridesmaids Louise Haugh Mary Lee Hope Lyn Glasgow June Lassing Libby Long Martha Butterfield Jean Lambdin Kay Brannan Daryl Mahan Dot Lanier Groom Bob Miller U shers Hervey Gresh Henry Baynard Bob Mills Mack Wing Paul Laughner Sam Bond Dean Holmes Clifford Sadler. Jr. Dan Hiestand Francis Hoare Flower qirl_ Ring bearer Carol Hanson Sherman Miller Train bearers Albert Geiger. Jr. Marilyn McKinnon H35 page one hundred nineteen

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Miss Janet King With the idea of developing culture and art appreciation in youth, the Art Department, under the capable guidance of Miss Janet King, has once more proven its merit. One of the most outstanding improvements in the department this year was the rebuilding of the Auto-Mechanics room into an exhibition room in order to more properly show the achievements of the students. A great deal of poster work was accomplished, the more im portant works including the Beaux Arts Ball, the Garden Club of St. Petersburg, the American Legion, and the annual Travel Posters of the second year students. Public exhibitions included the P.T.A. Meeting at the Woman's Club and the Rotary Club Luncheon ct the Suwannee Hotel Annual work on the Junior Operetta and the Senior Play included the painting of scenery and numerous posters. The Senior High Float, which won first place in the Civic section of the Festival of States Parade, was designed by the Art Department. Perhaps the most widely circulated of their work is the No-So-We-Ea which would be colorless and in complete without the many designs created by the art staff. By far the most important project and significant in its progress, was the creation of a group of eight murals, which were designed and are to be painted entirely by the students, for the decoration of the gym nasium. The murals represent the various departments of the school: English, History. Language, Mathematics, the.y\rts. Science, and Athletics. Miss King and hei stucflnts are pioneering in this project, which will btedly add to the general appearance of the scl^pl. while it allows the pupils an opportunity to excess themselves in one of the most widely accepted ofrta^ll decorations. It also gives them a chance to leave be&nd them.“one thing which will make the world beautiful and better because they have been mm Katherine Banks. Fifi Edwards. Marja Pourtiess Tom Kelly page one hundred twenty

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We Nominate as Stars of Tomorrow in Our Big Broadcast of Life Spencer Robinson) Larry Bogard {_ Wave Smith_ Bill Enwright_ Edna Cartwright) Peggy Miller Billy Cooper_ Sara Isely_ Hi Fisher_ Patsy Beil_ Frances Hoare_ Norma Jean Mink) Louise DansereauJ Galloway Garrick_ Mary Lee Hope_ Burrell Smith_ Beverly Scott_ Dick Leavengood__ Bobby Goheen_ Buddy Rimes_ Bud Shephard_ Margarete Ramsey Margaret Nevitt__ Hank Baynard_ Bobbie Stratton_ Verne Goodbread_ Phoebe Dann_ f or being “stickers** f or her personality f or his ability to get along for their conscientiousness and dependability f or his good nature f or her worthy assistance f or his stage management f or her sportsmanship f or his wit f or their business ability f or his line f or her cute smile f or his “Emporer Jones’’ f or her acting f or his capers f or his excellent attendance record _._ f or his helpfulness f or his photography f or her sweetness f or her good disposition f or his care free, sunny attitude of life f or her bright remarks f or his acting f or her good nature page one hundred twenty-eight

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(to pliant 3t dktau Olmtcmt: WE, THE CLASS OF 1935, being sound in mind and body, despite any remarks to the contrary, do declare this to be our last will and testament. TO THE FACULTY We bequeath our eternal gratitude for their friend ship and support, which has aided greatly in making these years happy ones. TO THE JUNIOR CLASS We entrust our “place in the sun,” with the hope that they will honor and enjoy it as we have done. I, JlM WALTON, do give to one Franklin Brown, my simple dignity and ask that he make the most of it. I, MARGARETE Ramsey, do bequeath my ability to make very clever, “nasty cracks” to my beloved understudy, Peggy Laughner. I, L’Mar Kane, do reluctantly leave my title of “Nuisance” to Walter Miller, with the knowledge that he will fully appreciate it. I, PETE Meros, do tearfully leave my ability to get out of any class at any time to Hugh Adcock, and hope that he will enjoy it. I, CONNIE Brady, do gladly leave my talent for making dumb cracks to Daryl Mahan, who has shown remarkable ability in this line. I, BEVERLY Scott, do sadly relinquish my place as star actress to either Louise Haugh or Margaret McKinley, it doesn’t make much difference. I, BILL Enwright, do hesitantly will my expressive feet to one Charles West, may he do them justice. I, WAVE Smith, do generously bequeath my ability to be nice to everyone to Dot Lanier, who will make good use of it. I, HELEN Dasenbrook, do trustingly leave my “eyes of blue” to Anne Mc Clure, hoping that she does not underrate their power. I, CLIFF Simpson, do reluctantly will my “rooster strut” to Jimmy Valentine, with the advice, “practice makes perfect.” I, MARY Lee Hope, do joyfully leave my ability to blush at any time or place, to Peaches Schooley. She needs it. I, HENRY Baynard, do eagerly turn over my nickname of “Poogie” to my friend and fellow riffraff, Brud Dann. I, BILLY Cooper, do leave my ability to dodge the women to Melvin Ramsey, my new compatriot in the art of woman hating. I, VERNE Goodbread, do sadly bequeath my stern and dignified appearance to Oliver Simard, with the hope that he will be able to dodge the handker chief wavers in the front row. page one hundred thirty

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I, JACK Bushman, do gratefully leave my talent for making chapel announce ments to Maston Thomas, maybe he can do something with it We, Gail Palmer and Barbara Stratton, do turn our places as the little women” to most anybody who wants them: we don’t. I, Edna Cartwright, do begrudgingly will my startling intellect to Hootie Horner, finding him in dire need of it. I, TYRE Harrison Rimes, better known as “Buddy,” do graciously bequeath my entrancingly innocent smile to some unsuspecting sophomore I, JUNE Lassing. do surrender my delightful habit of rating dates for every dance that comes along to Dot Gammill, if she ever quits going steady. I, MACK Wing, do joyfully leave my best pair of (size eleven) shoes to my friend Tom Moody. I, TRELLIE STEWART, do laughingly bequeath my neatness as well as my athletic abilities to Jane Eustis. I, GALLOWAY Garrick, loudly leave my knack for cracking gum to Mary Ben Morris, who already has a good start. I. Bob MILLER, do. with my usual generosity, bequeath my charming baritone to Nan Duhme. I. RUSSERT STAFF, do sadly leave my book, “How to Make Dates.” to friend. Don Grady, with the hope that he will get more out of it than I did. I, DIXIE Lu Alden. do nonchantly leave my simply amazingly long eyelashes to Jean Lambdin. I, PATSY Beil, do gladly leave my red hair and remarkable stature to some sophomore, who will no doubt be very surprised. I, PAUL Laughner. leave my ability to keep my hair combed to Jack Beach. I, MARJORIE Cody, do without regret leave my freckles to Betty Futch. maybe she won’t mind them. I. ROBERT Mills, do. after due consideration, bequeath my numb expression to Bob Delahunt, as it ought to look very nice on him. I, BERNARD Stanton, do begrudgingly leave my English accent to some student who will make bally good use of it, anyway. I’ll have plenty left. I, PHOEBE Dann. do reluctantly leave my ability to get along with trackmen to some Junior who has nothing else to do. Signed: THE CLASS of 1935 Witnessed by: Gertrude Day Gordon Benn Anna Appleby Beth Kehler page one hundred thirty-one

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1 Walter Winchell_ Jim Walton 2. Ramona_ Gertrude 3. The Ole Maestro __ __ Jack Bushman 4. Clara. Lu and Em. Cherbonneaux, Holmes and Kocher 3. Red Davis_Tom McClure 6. Street Singer_ Helen Dasenbrook 7. Will Rogers_Paul Laughnei 8. Burns and Allen_L’Mar Kane and Anne McClure 9 Little Jack Little_ Hi Fisher 10. Joe Pcnncr_ D oris Campbell 1 1. Captain Henry_ "Pop” Skidmore 12. Mary Livingston -Eleanor Webb 13. The Gold Dust Twins_ Bill and Sam Bond 14. The Boswell Sisters_ Jane Fowler. Dot Lanier. Daryl Mahan 15. Bing Crosby-Jimmy Sirmon'. 16. Molasses and January Oscar Foxworth and John Wagner 17. Kate SmithKatherine Si 18. Ed Wynn, the perfect fool Bill Robb 19. Little Orphan Annie 1 uiM Haugh 20. Huey Long Pete Meroe 21. Ted Healy and His Stooges Cliff Simpson. Poopy Baynard. Brud Dann. Tom Moody 22. Mary Lou and Lanny_ Keeta Martin and Jimmy Farmer 23. The Lonesome Cowboy Billy Cooper 24. Stcpin Fetcbit _Hervey Grech 25. Chic Sale_ Harry Woods 26. Father Coughlin_ __ B.P. Stanton 27. Max Baer-_ Bill J 28. Amos ’n Andy^ Larry Bogard and Jim Robinson page one hundred thirty-three

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pcopnEcy Ladies and Gentlemen, you are listening to the annual broadcast of Station S.P.H.S. At the sound of the (not very) musical gong, it will be exactly 8:00 o’clock, June 7th, in 1945, and time for Margarete Ramsey the key-hole expert. Are you listenin’? GONG Well, here I am, folks, and at life’s lowest ebb (boy, it’s awful, too) wasting my time trying to think up an entrance. Some bright quip that will stick in your memory. (Well, you'll have to do without this week). Stern, grim information of the matter of fact nature is what I'll stick to. I’m through with the bubbly things of life from now on. But enough of mere chatter, you will be wanting to know who’s who and what they are doing this week. But I just can’t help getting a little sentimental and crying in my hair, cause only ten years ago at about this time. I graduated with the swellest bunch of kids that ever left a high school. And many of them have made their mark in the world (not that they can’t write). For instance. I got L’Mar Kane’s autograph just the other day. Some day it will be worth something, cause L’Mar is now Public Enemy No. 1 15.067 but he’s coming along all the cime. Went to the Gresh’s the other day. Pheobe is her old sweet self, except that the children get on her nerves. As usual, she knew all the gossip: so I suffered her cooking (also indiges tion i to hear it just so I could tell it to you. It seems ole Hank Baynard (you all re member Poogie”) is quite the man of the hour. He’s seeing just how much the papers will print and they’re lapping up the lot. And that sidekick of his, Buddy Rimes, has made a million by designing new shapes for doughnuts. Among the missing, is Verne Goodbread, who is spending the next four or five years in a dental college. (There are several “S ’ Club members on whom he is dicing to get a dental headlock.) Dixie and Dain are still going together, but that is as far as it has gone. Dain started to propose one night but he remembered he had to take the dog out. Poor Libby Long studied so hard in college that she had to go in for a good nervous breakdown. (She was afraid that she was going to die and her folks were afraid that she wasn’t) Cliff Simpson is the only one of us still in school. He is now taking a P. G. course on how to take ice-cubes out of a frigidaire. < V hat a nice little husband he’ll make several of vou girls.) Mack Wing and Russert Staff have bought F%ary Woods’ car and have started out to find a good country to go with their five cent cigars. And Lyn Glasgow has been going to the doctor on account of hearing funny noises in her ears. (Wonder where she ex pected to hear them?) You may not believe it, but Elizabeth Talbot is teaching Domestic Science at Agnes Scott. Time was when a new spring hat was something calculated to make a strong man grow weak, but with the things you women are buying at the “HOPE” shoppe, how can you expect a man to get serious? Another of our number, none other than little Jimmy Walton, has grown a beard and generously devoted himself to the solution of the question: Why can’t you use camel’s milk in coffee? There’s a note of sadness in this week’s broadcast. With tears in my voice, I must report to you that poor Peter Meros isn’t any better. Oh, he’s harmless and all that, but they can’t leave him alone. They say he spends hours each day cutting out little paper Huey Longs. Enough of the melancholy. Edna Cart wright and Peggy Miller have landed soft jobs. Edna is secretary to Martin Tewes, who is Superintendent of Schools in Pinellas County, and Peggy is one of the highest paid teachers. Ah, for the life of an Honor Student. Another among the Brainy is Tom Lefevre, who now teaches High School boys the tech nique of ad selling. Funny thing happened the other day. It was raining something awful and I was try ing to cross our crowded thoroughfare down near Spencer Robinson’s “Old Fashioned Speakeasy” when up walks one of these new women policemen. She was little and rather plump and she said her name was Palmer and didn’t I remember her. After leaving Gail, I went to the “Follies of 45” with Billy Cooper. Met the little girl the whole town’s talking about. Course she calls herself “Scotty” now, but she looks like our Beverly to me. Back in the third row I saw a -erhead that could belong to none other than Patsy Beil. And Dick Berkhard still thinks he can sing. (That’s not saying what the audience thinks.) I 11 declare if Bill Enwright doesn’t get more absent-minded every day. He spent eighteen years getting an education and now can’t remember where he put it. If he’s a self-made man, he better throw away the pattern before someone gets hold of it by mistake. Was talking to Gene Templeton and he said that Bonnie wouldn’t mind his staying out late if he didn’t always sing. It seems that Leroy Starrett is an author in page one hundred thirty-four

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the making. He's writing dime novels and says he will soon be rich. (Yeah, only ten and he will have a dollar.) Any time I get blue and lonesome, I drown my sorrows at Wilma’s “Rainbow Restau rant’’ (when I saw the bill I turned all colors too) for there is always some of the old bunch hanging around. Bob Miller (I think he works there), and Stewart Richardson (he doesn’t like Frances’ cooking), and Jackie Bushman, who is always telling someone what a great athlete his son is going to be. It must have been those deviled crabs I ate, anyway on my search for a doctor I dis covered Trellie Stewart holding patients while Jimmy West felt their pulses. They must be doing right well, cause that modernistic office would set any rising young doctor back a pretty penny, they do say is was designed by the famous Billy Gower. The gypsy in Irene Neville was too much for her for she had to give up her job as librarian. She’s now traveling. She’s bought a black boat and seems to be quite an old salt. (She vows she’s never sea-sick more than the first two-weeks out). You will be glad to hear of the success of Bonnie Ilgenfritz, who is one of the most beloved stars of the Silver Screen in Bohemia. And she’s quite devoted to her public, too, and spends many happy, hectic hours signing autograph books. Junior Booth had a shock the other day. He finally discovered that a football coach hasn’t four wheels. (He admits that he doesn’t know how many the blooming thing has yet, though.) I was very amused at the reception given by Madalyn Laughner in honor of William Swift, the big game hunter. Madalyn is quite a “lion’’ collector these days. She’s always entertaining, but just for the pleasure*of leav ing someone out. Another one of the celebri ties at this reception was Rosalind Green, who writes books on etiquette or something. Who says the women of today aren’t sav ing? Why Bobbie Stratton has the first love letters Morgan ever sent her. And another of our girls who is living off the fat of the land (mavbe she’s gained weight, then) is Connie Brady. She's the best machine gun salesman in these parts. I had quite a surprise when I discovered that Tad Darling was musically inclined. He’s writing the scores for Nancye Thomson's lyrics. They’re doing a haunting melody now which I intend to use as my theme song, just to keep it in the familv so to speak. Had a busv day yesterday. Visited the Dasenbrook Dancing Academy for Dapper You^g Men and picked up a few pointers at the bridge studio managed by Red Kindel. Thomas Kelly plays janitor (whenever he's awake) in the Paul Troy Bank Building and Charles Kaniss audits any books that Tom hasn’t lost or spilled ink on. I started to put my money there once, but I remembered it was Saturday afternoon and I had pro mised to give Bill Bond a golf lesson. Whenever you need a little legal advice (and who doesn't?), Paul Laughner and Douglas Eubanks are the slickest lawyers in town. (They are the ones that got June Lassing her third, fifth and seventh divorces). Speaking of professions, and we were, weren’t we? Bob Mills has a worthy one. He gives permanent waves at the Wave Smith Beauty Parlor. {Any thing for the sake of beauty, Bob?) Galloway Garrick says that he is still look ing for a good crap game, but from the looks of his hair, a barbar’s what he needs. I sure felt sorry for Lawrence Steenburg, who is among the unemployed. He was torn and dirty and his coat would have been wrinkled if he had, had one. I told him I would do my best and get him a job. He wanted to know what my next best was. Hazel Rawls seems to be having a pretty hard time making a paying proposition out of that farm of hers. Butter and eggs are so cheap that she is trying to think up some thing else for the cows and chickens to do. I bumped into Marjorie Cody the other day, and I mean bumped. I practically ruined her new Rolls. I don’t know why I didn’t see her (maybe the old girl is losing an eye or something, and plenty of people will be glad when I do crack up, which will be Wed nesday at the latest). Bill Robb has gone Harpo Marx on us, but of course he didn’t have far to go. Jacob Buenzli has a clever money-saving scheme. He just bought a violin and stopped getting haircuts. Ah, what a motly crew are we. Sam Bond has broken the speed record set by Dean Holmes and Laura Eborn in teaching the tango. You know, there is always one in each large gathering that is just naturally lucky and I guess that one in our crowd must be Bernard Stanton. He discovered oil on his property. They say that he is ten years older and twenty years younger than when he left school. Well. I find that Larry Bogard is pressing pants and that Cappy Houston is handing out ad mits in a school for the deaf and dumb. Catherine Rutherford and Freddie Ellison are society reporters that are giving yours truly a good run for the money. Oh, dear, there goes that gong and I could go on all night because there is really so much to tell but (shades of A.J.G.) there's that bell again. So, so long until we meet again.” page one hundred thirty-dee

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Old St. Pete. High How proudly we honor and praise you Time will not change you, Your spirit will never die — We're here to boost you In class room on gridiron and field too You are to us our own Our wonderful St. Pete. High. page one hundred thirty-eight

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Ad-Getters Staff Advertisers in the Annual BeecherÂ’s Bell Bakeries Brinsons' Bumpous Optometrist ChildÂ’s Pharmacy City Fuel Oil and Coal Co. City of St. Petersburg Coca Cola Cole Jewelry Co. Coliseum Danison Radio Company Dent & English DotyÂ’s Garage Duval Jewelry Co. Evening Independent Florida Milk Co. Florida Power Corp Floronton Hotel Franklin Studio Fountain on the Pier Home Service Laundry Ice Service Company Kaniss Jewelry Co. Lowrey's Manhattan Market Mather Furniture OttmanÂ’s Grocery Pinellas Lumber Co. Pinellas Printing Company Poinsettia Hotel Poinsettia Coffee Shop Rhodes Funeral Company RobisonÂ’s Camera Shop Rogers and Watters Rogers Dry Cleaners RutlandÂ’s Soreno Hotel Southern Engraving Co. St. Petersburg Times Sunshine Laundry Suwannee Hotel Trice-O Neal-Coley Willson-Chase W35 page one hundred forty-three

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The completion of a four year course in a fully accredited high school is assuming greater importance. More and more emphasis is placed upon the necessity of applicants — for the better positions — having the minimum of a high school education. florida power corporation Banish Drudgery Forever with ELECTRICITY page one hundred forty-four

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Robisons Camera Shop “Pictures are fond memories’ Cards—Pe ns—Kod a ks ogers v\ \ \ alters /J ewelers UJ USII.il AVI SI I G/f. Z/eiersLurg c7 ionJa 410 Central Avenue DCINSCN’/ Dr. H. C. Bunipous Shoes—Hosiery Optometrist Novelty and Sport Shoes Specialist in Scientific Eye Examination and Fitting Glasses. Careful Attention Given to Duplicat ing Broken Lenses and Repairing Glasses at $6.50 320 Central Avenue 444 Central Avenue All Garments Insured by “Travelers 6D MANHATTAN MARKET > J\ € (/€( >> Everybody’s Food Store City and Suburban Delivery
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No matter what the season may he, Rut land's features newest styles at reasonable prices. Because this is a year ’round store we must keep new styles coming to meet the demands of our extensive clientele. CMcls’ Pharmacy Inc. Corner Fourth Street and Central Avenue SAVE WITH ICE St. Petersburg, Florida for Pure Ice Students Always Welcome Courteous Delivery Service CO Modern Ice Refrigerators %  ICE SERVICE CO. A Co-operative Ice Delivery Service Phone 4545 123 Tenth St. South Phone 5149 i V, N page one hundred forty-six

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Compliments of runm “The South's Finest Ballroom ’ W. R. Stambaugh Rex MacDonald Pinellas Lumber Company "From Tree to Trade" 1400 Central Avenue i LCWCErS Young Folks T oggery Exclusive but not Expensive We specialize in Students’ Clothes 346 Central Avenue PHONE 87-824 Established 1925 E. H. ICANISS CO., Inc. Diamond Brokers—Jewelers Diamond Setting Expert Repairing 11 Florida Arcade St. Petersburg, Florida Compliments of Foinsettia Hotel 444 Central Avenue Telephone 6813 Hi/fc/ut J //)u/er/rr/rf;iy (jo-. 145 Eighth Street North Phone 8181 St. Petersburg, Fla. hr lEwming Juiiejmt&ntt The Sunshine Newspaper page one hundred forty-seven

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For Health and Enjoyment ST-PETERSBURG >. % Pure Dairy Products Produced and Distributed by FLORIDA MILK CO. 437 Tenth Street North Phone 77!1 YOUR PLACE IN THE SUN There's a place in the sun for everyone in this land of flowers and play.the complete vacation spot. Schools of highest standards, kindergarten to junior college, make the Sunshine City an especially favorable wirier home city for families with children. St. Petersburg, Florida For complete information write ST. PETERSBURG CHAMBER of COMMERCE Duval Jewelry Co. Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware Convenient Terms 279 Central Avenue City Fuel Oil & Coal Company Rail and Water Connections General Offices and Waterfront Plant Second Street and Fifteenth Avenue South Phone 8188 Fuel for Every Industrial and Domestic Purpose Dependability for 23 years Quality is the true test of economy” 1 Compliments of DECO POINSETTIA Outfitters for Young Men Coffee Shop and Men 464-466 Central Avenue # '-33 Central Avenue O. Simpson h. Shiflet page one hundred forty-eight

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Compliments of €N THE PIER Compliments of SUWANNEE HOTEL St. Petersburg TRICE-O’NEAL-COLEY Furniture Company Complete Home Furnishers Our obligation to you does not end but begins at the time of your purchase “Where Home-Makers are Satisfied" Ninth Street and Third Avenue North <( W h e re the styles are shown first” ji>t |Fta-slmrg Whitts SUNSHINE LAUNDRY The Morning Newspaper Family Services by the Pound at Prices You Can Afford Dial 4783 621 Sixteenth St. North -page one hundred forty-nine

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Compliments of the St. Petersburg Automobile Association To the Class of '35 Westwood-Waldron, Inc. St. Petersburg Motors Keystone Garage. Inc Grant-Price Co., Inc. Dew Motor Co. MEM BE R McCREA-ADCOCK. Inc. Thomas Motor Co. Paul Nichols McCutcheon Chevrolet Beeman Motor Co. McCarty Nash “The Stamp of Service" Courtesy of Uamtarh liruthcrs (7 (7 > Realty and Insurance Co. 689 Central Avenue Phone 7736 hc llamtarit (Ccmtpanu > C_ "5 I ^ Funeral Directors 770 Fourth Avenue North Phone 4151 All Students Portraits and Pictorial Views in this Year Book made by THE FRANKLIN STUDIO Official Photographer to the Class of 1935 and the No-So-We-Ea Annual “PHOTOS THAT PLEASE" 621 Central Avenue R. Todd Dean, Photographer page one hundred fifty-one

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Compliments of Florida's Finest Products—Baked in St. Petersburg's Sunlit Bakery Compliments of Sparks’ Florida Theatres Operating Florida • LaPlaza • Pheil Alcazar and Cameo Theatres St. Petersburg, Florida “Always the Best for the Sparks’ Theatre Guest” pelican ECCrSECP Fiction, Non-fiction, Biography, Travel Lending Library—Gifts Congratulations To the Staff of the NO-SO-WE-EA on their successful production The Staff of the Palmetto and Pine 265 Central Avenue Dial 4104 page one hundred fifty-two

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In Appreciation The entire staff of the 1935 No-So-We-Ea wish to express their appreciation to the advertisers, ad-getters. Franklin Studio, our photographers, Southern Engraving Company, our engravers, Pinellas Printing and Stationery Company, our printers, and last, but in no ways least, to the faculty and students of St. Petersburg High School for their able assistance and loyal co operation in producing this volumn. Without these helpers we feel sure we would have been “tuned off the air”: but as it is, we know that despite the hardships and many problems we have encountered, this has been a successful pro gram and we sign off regretfully.

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