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STATE NORMAL SCHDDL TROY, ALA.

^OLEMNILT tnis

lant

and

issue of our

men among

reverent!))

we

dedicate

Palladium to those

gal-

who

dur-

our former students

ing the past year have given their lives for

human liberty) on the fields Some went after weeks wounds

or disease,

and furp of the flight

the

'Far from their

They

of suffering from

some suddenly)

fight,

and some

of the battle plane

admiration

of Europe.

— all

in the

tumult

in the perilous

alike entitled to

and gratitude of the world. Kome,

sleep in death

far

from

tKeir native sKore,

and dream of wars no more."

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JAMES ASBURY BOSWELL Class of 1911 in Pike County, Alabama, March 5, 1888; education in the common schools; graduated from Troy State Normal School in 1911. He taughl successfully in the schools at Brewton. Monlevallo and Eufaula. resignmg his position at the latter place in 1917 to enter the army. He was commissioned as First Lieutenant after a period of training at Fort Oglethorpe, and was assigned to the camp at Columbia, S. for sometime as instructor. From there, with Company A, 371st Infantry, he went to France. Later he was transferred to Company D, and was in charge of that company, as Captain in the Champagne offensive, when, in an attack on the Bussy Farm, he received wounds which caused his death, September 28, 1918. He was buried near Verdun, Grave No. 345. P. L. Miller, Colonel. 371st Inf., U. S. A., in writing of Captain lioswell's death, said: "He was a splendid leader and never failed to inspire courage in his officers and men by his personal disregard of danger."

James Asbury Boswell was born

received

his

early

C

/'age

three

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FRANK RAVENSCROFT McCALL Class of 1914

Frank Ravenscroft McCall was born at Union Springs. Alabama, March 1. His education was begun in New York City and completed at the Troy 1890. In the following August he enlisted in the Slate Normal School in May, 1914. U. S. Army and was at once assigned to Columbus Barracks, Ohio, where he was Immediately thereafter he was attached entered in the school for clerical training. For about a year he to the Coast Artillery Corps and sent to Fort Moultrie, S. C. was in the Canal Zone, during which time he qualified as an expert radio operator. Later at Fortress Monroe he further pursued his radio studies and sailed for France in July, 1917. He received rapid promotion and was recognized as one of the most forceful and efficient of the younger officers. A few days after the armistice was signed Lieutenant McCall was stricken with influenza, which developed into pneumonia, and he died December 6, 1918.

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RALPH DORMAN C/ass oi 1912

Ralph Dorman was born in Clayton, Alabama, February 14. 1891. He enthe Troy State Normal School in 1908 and graduated in 1912. He then taught three years at Cairo, Georgia. In the summer of 1913 he was awarded the Georgia scholarship to the George Pcabody College for Teachers at Nashville, at which institution he received his A.M. degree in 1917. He enlisted in the army in August, 1917, and was sent to Camp Gordon. Within a few weeks he was tered

made Regimental Sergeant-Major of for

1918 he entered a

while

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commission. his

I'le

Third

He

died

of the 319th

OfTiccrs'

of

an

Heavy

Field Artillery.

In the sprini;

Training School of Artillery, and qualified

operation

at

the

regiment was entraining for foreign service.

Base

Hospital,

May

20th,

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ALBERT HANSFORD COWART He attended the Troy Albert Hansford Cowart was born December 30, 1891. Normal School for a few years, later going lo the Alabama Polytechnic Institute, at Auburn, and from there to the New York Military Academy, preparatory lo At the age of 21 he was commissioned a Lieutenant in the entering West Point. Philippme Constabulary, in which branch he served three years, resignmg lo accept As soon as the United Stales entered the Great a position in Calcutta, India. War, Lieutenant Cowart went to France and volunteered in the famous Lafayette Escadrille. In due course he was commissioned a First Lieutenant, and because of his skill and intrepidity as a flier he was made head pilot in the nreat training camp On the night of May 31, 1918, he was killed in the historic city of at Samur. It was dark and stormy, and an accident to his cn<;ine compelled a rapid Tours. Lieutenant Cowart was buried with military honors in the descent and a wreck. American Cemetery at Tours.

PF.YTON

V.

DEESE

Peyton V. Deese enlisted in the National Guard from Dale County, June 26, 1916. After several months of service on the Mexican border he was made a Lieutenant of Company G, I67lh Infantry, and sailed with thai unit to France in the winter of 1917. He saw active service on various sectors of the western front in France, and in the battle of Chateau Thierry, on July 28, 1918, he received the wounds from which he died on the 7lh of the following September. Lieutenant Deese was a student in the Troy Normal School during the session of 1911-12.

bemg

a

he died.

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member

of

the

Junior

Class.

He

was twenty-eight years of age when

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WALTER

S.

RICHARDSON

C/ass of

Died

in

1917

France of typhoid January 27,

fever,

1919.



Note. Among the hundreds of splendid young men who have been students with us we apprehend that there yet may remain some whose names should be recorded here, and we have delayed publication for sometime hoping lo complete this roll, and we trust our friends will find it so. If, however, any name has been omitted it will be a source of very poignant regret to us, for it is equally to them, as well as those named and pictured here, that this book is dedicated.

Page

ci>/i/

Day

day

after

They

weary

till

and worn.

quite

stood upon a tree-crowned ridge one morn,

And

saw below them

The

waters of a noble river run.

flashing in the sun

Fair was the prospect, thrilling every scene.

The The

stately oaks o'erarching spaces near

And

distant glades

flowing river and the valley green.

While

The dim

His

tired

in

hazy blue.

ranged about him stood

the chief while

band beneath

his stern

the furtive deer.

panoramic view,

horizon slept

Long gazed

Then

where fed

circling all the

the sheltering

Hit watching warriors drawing near

"Land

No

of

my we

shall

About

their

May

sing

And

in

the moonlit glade

and dance with none the stream the

rain shall corn

hills give flesh,

to

make

broad and

afraid;

level

abundant

field

yield,

the noble river fish.

fowls the woods

— what

more could mortal wish)

Food, freedom, love, and all that we hold best, this IS not a volume or moralizing despite mis loreworu.

but reader

us rest;

mothers through the summer's day.

With summer

The

let

be oppressed.

to

dwell, here shall our children play

Our men and maidens There by

the while.

dreams," he cried, "here

more enslaved, no more

Here

wood.

features softened with a smile.

will

find

a

little

school

history,

some innocent pranking with pen and fun and a

little

nonsense

now which

all

a

bit

pencil,

of

dallying the

some

i

uc

muses,

some

caricatures,

of us relish except such as

may

have been christened with vinegar by nature.

Such

as

it

IS

we

value and interest,

to

send

it

others

forth. it

will

To

some

serve

to

it

bears information of

while away a few idle

minutes and be forgotten, while others will preserve and cherish

many of

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years,

life's

a souvenir of

springtime days.

many sunny memorials and

it

for

familiar faces

\

WALTER

S.

RICHARDSON 1917

Cla^s of

Died

in

France of typhoid

fever,

January 27, 1919.



Among the hundreds of splendid young men who have been students we apprehend that there yet may remain some whose names should be we have delayed publication for sometime hopino to complete this and we trust our friends will find it so. If, however, any name has been

Note. .ith

us

jcorded here, and all,

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...Ill

L

r

,

Alabama

—A Legend

Once upon a time back in the vanished Long ere DeSoto and his buccaneers First trod our

Chased

A

bold,

the fleet deer or searched for glittering gold,

stalwart chieftain, beaten in the fray.

Led

his

worn band along

the forest

they should come, their

Till

To

years

woods and climbed our mountains

some

Day

fair

after

way

weary journey done.

land toward the setting sun.

day they wandered hopeful on. lightly bounding fawn.

Their arrows struck the

gathered haws and luscious muscadines

They From

And The The The

thorny bush and purple-loaded vines.

heard

at

night beneath the spreading trees

sleepy soughing of the

wayward

breeze.

shivering screeching of the ghostly owl.

panther's scream, the wild wolf's lonely howl.

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/en

Day

day

afler

They

till

weary

and worn,

quite

stood upon a tree-crowned ridge one morn,

And

saw below them

The

waters of a noble river run.

flashing in the sun

Fair was the prospect, thrilling every scene.

The The

stately

And

distant glades

flowing river and the valley green.

While

oaks o'erarching spaces near

The dim

His

tired

the furtive deer.

panoramic view,

horizon slept

Long gazed

Then

where fed

circling all the

hazy blue.

in

ranged about him stood

the chief while

band beneath

the sheltering

His watching warriors drawing near

"Land

No

of

my

shall

About

we

their

May

sing

And

in

the moonlit glade

and dance with none the stream the

fowls the woods love, It

level

abundant

afraid; field

yield.

the noble river fish.

hills give flesh,

Alabama!

make

to

broad and

rain shall corn

Food, freedom, 'Tis

us rest;

mothers through the summer's day.

With summer

The

let

be oppressed.

to

dwell, here shall our children play

Our men and maidens There by

the while.

dreams," he cried, "here

more enslaved, no more

Here

wood.

features softened with a smile.

his stern

is

— what

more could mortal wish?

and

that

here

all

we

we hold

best,

rest!"

F.

Page

ele

J.

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Alabama



LABAMA,

as a

celebrated

Settlement and Early Schools

Its

its

first

first

passed through

magnitude

centenary

crises of

star

in

the brilliant galaxy of the States,

December

in

of this year.

In that time

has

it

experience ranging from eras of glory to those of

sorrow, but none that savored of humiliation or shame.

would be

It

as

the story, romantic

tell

December, 1819, when she became

the time in

to

a task of pleasure to

great sisterhood, but space will not permit. the story of her statehood only,

world evolution

The a steady

inspiring

and of

that only

It

must

suffice to record briefly

and

relationship to the great national

its

year 1819, like those years which immediately preceeded and succeeded

westward current of immigration,

following the

dawn

the nineteenth in the

education.

in

made highways,

of the Indians.

mcommg

pioneers themselves, but largely

These pioneers almost always traveled

ox wagons carrying

their simple

They

were driven by the men and boys.

saw

it,

from Georgia, flowing along the new-

chiefly

often opened by the axes of the

trails

several families, covered livestock

and

of the days of her pre-statehood, from the legends of her early

is,

it

in

groups of

household belongings, while

carried their flintlock

rifles

their

needed

for

self-protection.

Reaching a

fields,

little

acquired a

them from

the

work of

training the

curriculum limited.

They sang

ory. sat

on backless,

often

in erecting a pine

A

convenient place.

And

young frontiersman began.

They

teachers.

switch and

it

The

was very

is,

home was established. The more progressive members of the

little

was secured and

qualification,

The methods were

slates

and

spirits,

one indispensable

the

very crude, and the

pencils for their "figuring."

memThey

The

teacher

and was not always

article of school

furniture

tidy.

was

There were no a well-seasoned

often in requisition.

It would be interesting to further when Alabama became a member of

to content ourselves

immigrants

so the pioneer

benches and drank water from the spring nearby.

chewed tobacco, sometimes drank

women

the

used a "definer" for spelling and committed the words to

geography, and used

split-log

fancy,

pole hut, with a "stick and dirt" chimney, at some

teacher, of generally very

their

their

In time most of them "entered" these lands, that

Government.

Naturally the question of schools soon arose.

neighborhood united

to

rude cabins and began opening up "patches," or

built

is,

on the public domain. title to

appealed

of the wilderness that

section

stopped and "squatted," that

recount the school conditions of those primitive years the sisterhood of states, but space forbids.

with the insertion of two pictures of the

Alabama

We

have

school architecture

1819 and 1919.

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Tee sceooL

I'ngc

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Historical

HE

Normal School

outline history of the State

sprmg of 1912 may be found

to the

dium, published to

in

m

Troy from its inception number of the Palla-

at

a previous

The

June of that year.

purpose of

paragraph

this

is

supplement the former sketch with the outstandmg points of growth since Necessarily the statement will be brief

that date.



form of a chron-

the

icle.

Changes

I.

The

as to Policies

most conspicuous change of policy during the past

fessionalizing of the

work

of the school.

academic work and increasing emphasize

real

normal

has been the pro-

six years

This was done chiefly by eliminating

the pedagogical requirements for graduation.

training, drill

work

for State examinations

purely

all

In order to

was abandoned except

during the summer quarter, and such purely cultural subjects as voice training, hand-

and instrumental music were dropped from

painting,

time such practical subjects as

Another marked advance Trustees on step

was

in

March

7,

the course in

At

1915.

the

same

home economics and home-making were added. in

education

Alabama was

in

1917, of an all-the-year

the adoption

session for the Class

accord with the purpose of these schools

A

by the Board of Normals.

This

to professionalize the teaching force

of the State by affording those actually teaching during the regular session an opportunity to

go

during the summer, when they are usually not engaged.

to school

These changes immediately

resulted in the recognition of the character

and worth of

normal training by the Legislature and by the various educational factors of the State and so popularized the

mand schools

for

its

work of

commended,

restored to the Class lirst

the school that

it

has since been impossible

graduates; and, where formerly

grade teachers'

demand normal

at present the

A

Normals

condition

is

it

was

just the reverse.

The

the right to issue, through the State

certificates to their graduates,

training as a prerequisite to

to

supply the de-

the exception to hear the

and school

employment

normal

Legislature of

Board

1915

of Examiners,

authorities are beginning to

as teachers in their schools.

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P!

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II.

the Personnel of the Board

in

1912 Messrs. John D. McNeill, John B. Weakley and Robert B. Evins have severed their connection with the Board of Trustees, being succeeded by Messrs. R. L. Mr. Glenn died in 1916 and was Glenn, W. C. Black and W. F. Feagin, respectively. Since

succeeded by Mr.

1915

M. M.

Governor Henderson succeeded Governor O'Neal

Striplin.

Board, and Superintendent Feagin became ex

as ex officio President of the

Secretary in

1914

tendency

become President of

to

Dowell became Secretary Superintendent Feagin.

derson and

now

is

The Board

in

Normal.

the Florence

1919, Governor Kilby succeeded Governor HenBoard.

the President of the

at present consists of

Governor Thomas E. Kilby, Superintendent Spright

W. W.

McDowell, Eufaula; Will T. Sheehan, Montgomery;

W.

Florence;

Striplin,

Under

this

head

for

many

Wiley, who

is

was

the efficient

for several years

member

excellent secretary

its

many

friends of Capt.

Troy Board,

Letohatchie,

another former

advanced age of 87, and cherishes a

of the old

School which he served so faithfully for

many

lively

service,

in

1918, sought

July.

from active work; Prof. McKinley resigned of

Alabama; Miss Luther

Conecuh County High School; and culture,

With Rymer, who

teachers of the subjects

Others

Alma

Martha

H.

who have

Hall, Erin

in

rest

is

still

Miss Gardner, after a long

and recuperation through retirement

1914

in

to

is

"Y"

doing

at the

become Principal of

the

the elimination of the departments of expression, voice

abandoned are

Mrs. Kate Folmar,

work with still

living

the

been members of the Faculty

at

who

American

and teaching

Mattie

Paul,

Clara

W.

B. Speer.

and Mrs. Lancaster taught

in

the

(Mrs. Lester),

Pitts,

in

some time

died

forces

their in in

teachers

1915, and France, the

Troy. since

1912

are Misses

Myra

Segars, Caroline Smith,

Lucy Dickinson, Clare Rogers, Mrs.

Maiv

W.

R.

Misses Hall, Key, Segars, Smith, Paul and Rogers, grades;

Misses Trotman, Sproull and Miller taught

home economics; Misses Key, Gorton and Rogers

fifle

he

Trotman (Mrs. Helton), Lucile Key, Nan Barksdale (Mrs. Miller).

Lancaster, and Prof.

Page

that

the welfare of the

January, 1918, to accept a position

resigned

the exception of

Sproull, Elizabeth Gorton

Miller,

know in

and instrumental music severed the connection of

hand-painting,

with the School.

Miss Allie

to

interest

years.

Wright and Boyd, and Misses Darby and Hamil remain.

University

treasurer.

1912, President Shackelford, Professors Pace, McCartha, Cowart,

the Faculty of

efficient

and

Charles P. Rogers of

The Faculty

III.

term of

C.

chairman of the Board of the Troy Normal,

active at the

Of

M. M.

C. Black. Troy;

seems appropriate to mention the deaths of the Hon. O.

it

years

source of satisfaction to the

a

Lavender, Centerville; Chas.

W.

Montgomery.

F. Feagin,

and of Capt. L. H. Bowles, It

resigned the State superin-

In like manner. Superintendent

1918, taking the place made vacant by the resignation of

In January,

Dowell, and the following appointive members: S.

who

place of Superintendent Willingham,

in

in

officio

taught public school drawing; Misse>

:^i5ffi&^^^iyflI2 Barksdale and Dickinson taught English; Miss Pitts taught methods and directed the

work

practice

teaching

higher classes

The

the

in

the

in



Model School; and

grades.

Miss Segars

present faculty

is

mathematics and Mrs. Lancaster

in

found elsewhere

the year

1915

in this

This three-story brick building, of

the magnificent plans for the Greater

The

plant

and

the

now

consists of the

Dormitory on the

Normal described

Main

original

$150,000.00.

V.

The

shows a steady and healthy growth that entrance

for girls,

in a

Building, the Library, the

site,

and four

site,

lots

all

ycung men.

widening influence

is

non-residents.

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to

444

a growth

in the

all

the

Another gratifying feature of

the fact that approximately

VI.

85 per

work

quarterly bulletin

and

normal department

more

satisfactory

six

in

when

it

in

War

Corps.

merely cial

to

re-

drew away prac-

enrollment and showing

the

its

cent of the students enrolled are

many minor

March, 1914,

the revision

points of interest

in

the

and standardization of courses of study for the Class

campaign of public education upon

1918 for While all of in

years is

raised during the period, several

the nature

A

Normals

in

use as a training place for a unit of the Student these are interesting school notes,

mention them, except the Student

treatment as another page of

this issue

Army

it

is

1915,

and functions of normal

schools in 1917, and the placing of the School at the disposal of the United States

ernment

just

of the Institution, such as the beginning of regular publication of the

the adoption of a uniform series of textbooks

the launching of a

Manual Arts Build-

purchased and lying

just

»* n Points Miscellaneous

Besides the subjects already treated there are record of the

of

altogether with a present estimated value

and graduation requirements were

,,.

was erected

abandonment

former issue of the Palladium.

popular departments were eliminated from the course, and that the tically

at cost of approxi-

classic architecture,

Growth of Patronage

increase of enrollment from

membered

English.

in

thus forecastmg the definite

site,

across the street to the east of the original of

teaching the

equipment of the School was greatly increased

the material

on the southeast corner of the original

ing

in

volume.

hy the erection of a handsome and commodious dormitory mately $50,000.00.

assisted

The School Plant

IV.

Durmg

While

Prof. Speer taught manual training.

Miss Segars and Mrs. Lancaster also

sufficient

Army

for present

Gov-

Training purposes

Training Corps, which receives spe-

of the Palladium.

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EDWARD MADISON SHACKLEFORD,

A.M.,

LL.D.

'President

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FACULTY

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Carrie Autrey MACEDONIA, Ihoun;

Ciitir

ALABAMA. Calhoun

Sc

Clerah Etta Colquitt TITUS, ALABAMA,

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fa Ihoun,

John Alfred Broxson SAMSON, ALABAMA. ;iadstone; Secretar.v Y. M. C. A. 917-lS: President Gladstone SoiHty, Summer Term. 1918; Asistant

in

Eduoation.

l!)18-]9.

HORTENSE CaPELL LOUISVILLE, ALABAMA.

OssiE Frances Barnes DOTHAN, ALABAMA.

Lois Connell NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K.

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Elizabeth Campbell FITZPATRICK, ALABAMA.

Dotagon houn;

Imps;

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IH;

D.

U.

;"

Cal-

Calhoun Socicly.

Secretary

1»1S; President Y.

W.

O.

A. 191S-

Vice-President Senior Class.

Miriam Cowart TROY, ALABAMA.

Mary Olive Copeland TROY, ALABAMA.

Doz.n

Dirty

<'lul);

naskctbal

Sarah Frances Dillard MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA. •alhciun;

F.

K.

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Eloise Carroll TROY, ALABAMA.

Dirty

IVam.

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Edward Foyl DuBose TROY, ALABAMA.

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A^YLLADJlIWll^ Senior Class

LuciLE

Alma Day

LOACHAPOKA, ALABAMA. Cladstone.

Battie Virginia Eidson COFFEEVILLE, ALABAMA.

Mary Emma Delony OZARK,

ALABAMA.

Myrtle Fail CAMDEN, ALABAMA.

Alma Elnora Duke ALLEN, ALABAMA

Virginia Frances Fausi OZARK, ALABAMA.

Piigc Imenlyi-

'/jjIlALEAHjiJl Senior Class

Myrtis Lucile Grant DOTHAN, ALABAMA. illi..ini:

Octagon Imps; D. D. D.

Bertha Howell OZARK, ALABAMA.

Jessie

Harper

HtRBERT. ALABAMA. II

;

Ti<-a.simi-

Y.

W.

Vivian Gaither TALLASSEE, ALABAMA. iilhoun;

P. of D. Club; Winn. liter-Society Contt-st, liilt'; Pi, lent Y. M. C. A.; President .Ji ioi- Class. 1917-18; President Ca oun Society, 191S.

.

Tessie

Harper

IlLRBERT, ALABAMA.

Bobell Hildreth NEW BROCKTON, ALABAMA Calhi.iin.

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Thomas Herman Heath PIGEON CREEK, ALABAMA. P. of D. Club; Vic. 'resident Gladstone Society, liti;": President Gladstone Society, I'JIS; President Senior Class. (Jladstoni-;

Annie Mae Jones ATMORE, ALABAMA. Chaplain Cailioun Club; Assistaii

lun; ;

P.

of D.

Nelle Jones TROY, ALABAMA. P.

of

D.

Club.

LOVIE KiLGORE TROY, ALABAMA. o(

U.

Julius

Club;

Glue

C

Guy Johnson

PIKE ROAD, ALABAMA •alboun;

ner

P. of Seiiioi- Class;

Willie

I).

Club;

Trciis

Palladium StalT

Mae Lawrence

RAMER, ALABAMA.

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Helen Lindsay HEADLAND, ALABAMA, falhoun; OctaKon Imps;

I).

V.

Dirty Dozen Clul).

Mattie Middleton ROY, M.iiii:

.V.

ALABAMA.

.M.

B.

S.

:

Assistunl

Sam Morgan BRANTLEY, ALABAMA. oni';

?oclot.v.

I'rrsidcnl

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Mae McInnis

MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA

Edith Edna .SUMMERIIELD,

Morrow ALABAMA.

Janice Dixon Martin (LAYTON,

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Louise

Owens

ENTERPRISE, ALABAMA. Ihoun: Octagon Imps; D. U. D. isident Story-Telling League IS; Prophet Junior Class. 1917 President Calhoun Society 111; President Athletic Club l!i; Lawyer Senior Class; Palla

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im

Staff.

Frances Merle Pierson ENTERPRISE, ALABAMA. Gladstone;

Secretary

Glad.sDii.

i

lub.

1918; AthI

OuiDA Owen TROY, ALABAMA.

Annie Rae Pierson ENTERPRISE, ALABAMA. lillS; At Club; Secretary Gladstone Glee Club; Assist;!

IT tiladstone Society. ic

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1919; History.

•ty.

Lucia Porter DOTHAN, ALABAMA. Calhmiii; U.

L).

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Myrtle Pearce URIAH, ALABAMA. Callinuii;

.N.

M. B.

S.

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Alice Rikard

PETERMAN, ALABAMA. Calhoun; X. M. B.

S.

Annie Mae Salter BANKS, ALABAMA.

WiLLo Mae

Sims

UNION SPRINGS, ALABAMA, ("alhoun; Octagon Imi>.s; D. D. D. Vice-I'iesldcnt Calhuun Socletv Vio(-Pitsi
Louise Snyder CLINTONVILLE,

ALABAMA

rilniLslnnp.

Margaret

L.

Stillwell

HURTSBORO, ALABAMA.

Emma Belle Stroud UNION

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Clyde Shanks BANKS, ALABAMA.

Virginia

Thomason

MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA.

Antoinette Sanders TROY, ALABAMA. P. of D.

Club.

CuLLiE Teal CLAYTON, ALABAMA.

Sandy Teal CLAYTON. ALABAMA

DeLela Teal CLIO,

ALABAMA.

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Senior Class

Lucy Walter

Clustie Barr

SNOWDOUN, ALABAMA. Dirty Dozpn

BA.N'KS,

Cliih.



ALABAMA.

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Jennie Blair CLAYTON, ALABAMA. Cm 111

Mary Bird Dismukes PRATTVILLE. Ohulstone;

A

hietk'

riul).

Mildred Mollis

LuLA Mae Watson

BANKS. ALABAMA

CAMDEN, ALABAMA.

ARGARET

W

McLendon

CANOE. ALABAMA.

Harry

E.

RODGERS

BRADLEYTON, ALABAMA.

Frances M. Whigiian HEADLAND, ALABAMA.

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Senior Class Roll Colors: Black and Gold

Florver

Motto: "True Worth

is

in

:

Black-eyed Susan

Being, Not Seeming."

Officers Heath, Herman Campbell,

Delony, Johnson,

Lawrence, EiDsoN,

President

Elizabeth

Emma Guy Willie

Battie

Sims, Willo Mae Owens, Eouise

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Mae

Poet

Prophet Historian Laiv\)er

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History of the Class of N

the afternoon of

September 10, 1917,

with eager searchers after knowledge.

I

9 9 1

When

they stepped off the train,

was a queer look upon the face of every one countenance of "Uncle Bob" was seen, the comforter to

there

He mg two

led

them joyfully across the railroad

years.

It

was

Troy, loaded

the train pulled into

to

their

the

until

home

there they spent a miserable night,

beaming

trouble.

all in

for the

com-

seeing no one

they knew.

The make

next morning, they arose with the frightful thought of having to

their

appearance before the faculty. But before going through grits and bacon as a stimulus.

this

ordeal they were given

They were then taken, one by one, and their minds examined with a microscope to if there was a single trace of knowledge. After the examination, with wondering and wandering minds, they were presented to the president. When he put on his spectacles and spoke, there reigned a sudden silence in the rooms. ::ee

Having registered, they passed to a class room, where they were presented with yellow paper and pencil. One glance at the board, a scratching of heads, and all began work, rhey really proceeded most successfully until those frightful pedagogy questions made their appearance. It was then that every one put down his pencil with an amazed look. I" or nothing like it had ever been seen before. But they learned that every one grows by mental shocks, and you may bet that these sixty grew quite a bit before this was over. When this day drew to a close, there came a great sigh of relief for they had met many discouraging, although not impossible, ordeals.

Many

Since they were so rusty,

brushes and trigonometry powders to

began

The

miserable nights and days followed.

ing each day.

to shine as the

it

make them

aluminum pans and

rusty

took many, shine.

minds were given a good polish-

many It

scrubs with psychological

was then

that the rusty

minds

pots in Miss Miller's kitchen.

These poor mortals thought they had struck bottom

in

Junior year, but

when

at

the

beginning of the Senior year they had to tackle practice teaching, they found that they had gone only a short distance. "But one never knows what one can do until one tries." I

hey

tried

manfully and succeeded.

until the middle of the Senior year that the faculty learned that they had been teaching geniuses unaware. It was during this time that the superintendents visited the College. One by one the sixty appeared with a dignified look and signed their warIt

rants.

was not

My,

This the

the

latter

compliments!

And how

big they did feel.

half of Senior year surpassed

exhibitions oi

mental brilliance.

And

anything the College had ever beheld

since

the class has proved

its

value and

in its

vorth in times of stress, they congratulate the College upon having had the opportunity molding such superior minds.

of

Pace

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Last Will and Testament of the Senior Class of the State

May

Normal School, Troy, Ala., members of

the

Senior Class of

the

State

the

1919

27,

Normal School, Troy,

Alabama, being moderately sound in mind, and comfortably so in body, with the exceptions of several worn convolutions and clogged fissures, a few gray hairs and wrinkles, gained by much research work done

manuals and examinations stood on Trig, do hereby make

the

in

following

and belongings.

disposition of our goods, effects, chattels

/

Section

We,

but not by any means



with a clear conscience;

the opportunity of teaching,

once onh, before Pro-

Wright.

To they

least,

town twice a week

under the ever-watchful eye of Mrs. Smith, and

the dignity of eating at the Senior table,

fessor

I.

the Senior Class, will to the Juniors the honor of having reserved

seats in chapel; the privilege of going to

last,

Clause

I.

the

may

To

Sophomore Class we

study for Trig

the

Ped

in

To

on third

floor

where

morning.

will our see-saws,

on which we have

and other

I

interesting

classes. I.

Clause

Dr. Shackelford, our honored President,

To

light

also the privilege of playing blindfold

rides;

Section

may make

under the hall

until three o'clock in the

Freshmen, the babies of our school, we

had many enjoyable games

will our places

exam undisturbed

we

II.

will

our winning smiles, hoping he

daily use of them.

Miss Dickinson, we

will

year's

a

Shakespeare Should Not Be Taught

in

subscription

to

Normal Schools,"

the

new

periodical,

"Why

edited by the Senior Class

of 1919.

To ly.

Prof. Wright,

This land

"Brown Mice"

will

we

will a

be found

of the

modern "Utopia," where everything in

various sections of the State of

1919 Class

is

done psychological-

Alabama, where

the

of Seniors will be presiding over ideal one-teacher

schools.

To

Mrs. McCall, we

will a studio

where she may

trill,

warble, and "la,

la,

la," to

her heart's content, never seeing or hearing of a "monotone."

To take

in

To

Prof. Cowart,

we

will a Senior Class that never giggles

and never makes

a mis-

I

English.

Miss

Pitts,

we

will

an

"App.C.P." stamp,

so she will not have to keep up with

a bottle of red ink.

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4

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To

we

Prof. Pace,

Math

will

them as

that he will ever keep a

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a light to

made by

grades

excellent

the

feeling

year's Seniors,

this

encourage him, as he treads the arduous path of

teacher.

To

Miss Miller, we

attend, so that she

may

leave funds to purchase a megaphone, that other classes

may

show which Seniors never

will a picture

look at the picture undisturbed.

To

we

Prof. Speer,

not have the difficulty of hearing him that

To

Miss Rogers, we

her in her art

To Miss ABC,

angle,

C

equal to

work

Segars,

we

with Angle

//?e

will

for the

To

girl.

sticks,

tip

had.

eyebrow

A

equal to a diamond ring. Angle

How

prove:

man

long

it

assist

Given an

isosceles

tri-

equal to a preacher. Angle

come

in

con-

Clause

I.

will their S.

A. T. C. uniforms

to

S. as relics.

for flirting to Louise

will their

Mrs. Smith, Battie Eidson bequeaths her

own, she can

it

in the

teaching profession, wills her

Woods.

Sarah Frances Dillard and Lois Connell

To

B

will take all three angles to

Ossie Barnes, feeling that she will no longer need gift

to

as an axis?

Section

N.

and paint boxes,

leave the following geometry proposition:

Herman Heath, Sandy leal and Vivian Gaither the S.

pencils,

coming year.

they revolve about a

tact, if

our

we have

fully appreciate the sweetness

"Snappy

guitar,

and beauty of

Stories" to

hoping its

that,

Ruth

Stringer.

having one of her

music.

"Jessie-Tessie" Harper wills her mischief-loving disposition to Margaret Till, hoping that the latter

may

be more successful

Lucile Grant wills her ability to

manner,

seventh

the Seniors of the State

be our

last will

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the largest

wad

of gum,

in

the loudest possible

Calloway.

Normal School, Troy, Alabama, do hereby declare

and testament, given under our hand and

seal

on

this the

day of May, 1919. Signed by:

Page

escaping Mrs. Smith's watchful eye.

for the longest length of time, to Estelle

We, this to

in

chew

Senior Class.

twenty-

Senior Class Prophecy ELL

you about it? Oh, I just don't know what it was beyond anything that I ever hoped for. Oh, it was great!

that

say,

to It

Louise,

only

was wonderful

grand.

Well, if you will quit popping questions at me and quit pinching the blood out of my arm, I will try to tell you just how it happened. When I was coming up here in September I stopped with my uncle in Montgomery, and while I was there I met his brother-in-law who was a young captain at Taylor Field. Captain B. told me that he would carry me up in his plane if I would let the doctor do some stunts to me.

Afraid? if

any, than

marched might I

Why,

No!

I

knew

of those crazy things that Prof.

all

right

in,

climbed

in,

and thanks

to

Prof.

Wright

that the stunts couldn't be much worse, Wright used to do to us in Ped; so I I passed, and the captain said that I

fly.

and Captain B. followed,

telling

them that we would be back some

time soon.



going up, up, up. I was moving Speed? Great goodness, I didn't know anywas wonderful! We flew and flew, but finally Captain B. said we were going thing could go that fast. Then he tried to stop the machine, but it was some time before he succeeded. lO stop. He told me then that he was an inventor and had just finished a new motor, and He said that he had tried to make it the most that we were trying it for the first time. powerful motor that had ever run. We finally landed on a beautiful grassy plain, and right near I saw the greatest crowd of people I ever saw anywhere. As Captain B. had no idea where he was, we When we decided to go up and see what the attraction was and the name of the place. drew nearer we stopped and gazed the people were dressed so strangely. I had never

Oh.

few seconds!

those next

Louise,

ride

that



Finally, we decided that the people were harmless; so heard of any styles like these. went nearer, to see what was holding them spell-bound.

What do you

I saw? number of

we

Well, there on a beautiful lawn with the woods as dancing. I can't tell you about it, but the sight vas wonderful. Fairies describes them better than anything I can think of. I, too, was Where had I seen that tall, sylph-like form of the soon standing with my mouth open. dancer who was plainly the leader? Somewhere, but I couldn't think where. Suddenly realized that we went up there to ask where we were, so I gently touched the arm of I a young woman standing near me. n background,

suppose

saw

I

"Will you please

a

tell

She turned and gazed leason



Finally

style.

"The

leader?

me who the leader is?" at me just as we had gazed repeated

I

girls

Why,

my

don't

at

them;

I

suppose

it

was

the

same

question and brought her to earth again.

you

know

the

world's

greatest

aesthetic

dancer,

Madamoiselle Lucile Grante?" I

suppose

I

looked

my

"I thought everi; one I

wanted

to

jccn dancing ?"

ignorance, for she continued:

knew her."

know more, I

for really the dancers

were wonderful.

"How

long has she

asked.

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"Let me

and

this

is

see



929

1

she appeared

What

1921 (Nineteen Twenty-one?

in

now

she has been dancing for eight years, and

;

she

mean?)

did she

and her most apt

pupils are touring Italy."

Sure she was crazy. Italy! and he wore the happiest expression Maybe the I who had gone crazy. "Oh, can't you see?"

"See what?" "That my motor you know

we

that

"No,

know

didn't

I

a success.

is

started East

who had been listening, maybe it was

turned then to Captain B.

I

have ever

I

trip

"

seen.

began

I

to think that

had affected my mind.

That

But he

my

goes far beyond even

it

said:

Don't

dreams.

it."

"

Well, we did, and you know that in going East we naturally gain time, and here Why we have even passed Time himself by ten years! This in 1929! the greatest thing yet. I am going to name it the Duplexus Quentiplus."

we is

are in Italy

"Let me Well! That

Our

get this straight," settles the

attention

I

"This

said.

really

1929, and

is

really

this

was again turned

to the

Madamoiselle

dancers by the loud applause.

Lucile Grante was returning for the second encore; and, lo and behold, Louise,

any Madamoiselle Lucile Grante I

began pushing

when

foi

the people

Italy

is

question of speed and those styles."

my way

at all,

wasn't

it

but old Lucile Grant.

through that crowd, and really

much

didn't have

I

trouble,

saw me they gave me room.

me

when

"Will you please hush!" She led me back fhere her girls were and asked me if I knew any of them. she knew me. Directly one grinned and started toward me; of course I knew that grin, it was Elizabeth Campbell's. Just let me tell you who was in that crowd of "most apt pupils": Hortense Capell, Clerah Colquitt, Bobell Hildreth, Nell Jones, Annie Mae Salter and Lucile did;ri r<'CGgnize

Frances

We

just

at

first,

but

I

said,

Whigham. grand time, and I learned where nearly all of our classmates were. asked if the S. N. S. had produced any more dancers like them.'ielves.

had

a

joking way,

I

can imagine

my amazement when

"Yes, instead of the names Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle we now Mrs. Sam Morgan."

And,

Louise,

who do you

suppose Mrs.

Louise, and there were two more.

In a "^'ou

Lucile said:

Sam Morgan was?

The Harper

twins

sec

Mr. and

Ossie Barnes!

had succeeded

to the

^ es, Dolly twin's

fame.

We

talked of these for some time; then Elizabeth asked

As

latest scientific discovery.

She derful

when

scientists

"You know

said,

laboratory

What in



I

me

if

to tell

1919 thought

they

I

had heard of

me about

the

it.

had something won-



names? Why you know them Piggy Connell, Margaret Vivian Gaither and Sandy Teal. They have the largest

Prof. Wright always said that

we grew by

Why, instead of reaching You know my greatest

his shoulder.

shocks and,

Prof. Pace's waist,

ambition

;

so

I

I

Louise,

know

I

was would

it

asked for more shocks.

got them. Bill

that

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asked her

are their

Faust,

was growing.

have reached I

the great scientists of

I

the world."

You know

true

hadn't,

are just about ready to give to the world the formula for getting gold from

Virginia

Stillwell,

I

they found that they could get gold from sea water, and they had, but our

now

sea breeze.

of course

lhirl\)-ninc

Lawrence and Clyde Shanks have progressed from their old sleight-of-hand tricks, until they surpass Houdine. Clustie Barr and Annie Mae Jones always said

we know,

m nii PALLAmUM they were going to Vassar.

Well, they are both maids

Mariam Cowart

dent of a negro insane asylum, and

of

there.



Guy

Johnson

a one-teacher school

is

presi-

down

in

Pike County.

As don and

know anything of the other classmates, they suggested a trip to LonIt dawned on me then that I was supposed to be eating rice

they didn't

to see the scientists.

N.

raisins at S.

Any

how, they

We

S.,

me

told

but since

We

DuBose!

was growing tall I didn't want any make the trip in two hours.

I

rice

and

raisins.

that one could

took an air-jitney and

I

grew another

inch,

for

there

at

the

wheel

sat

Foyl

knew where any other seniors were. He said that he would show us one in a few minutes. It wasn't long before we came 10 earth, and right near we saw a number of tents. Foyl told us to follow him. He led us to one of the largest tents over which was the sign Curiosities. We entered this tent, and Foyl led us over to one side where there was a table filled with everything good. It made me hungry to smell it. Behind this table sat a little man going through some very peculiar movements. Cigarette fiend was what I thought of, but as he didn't have any cigarettes around, I asked Foyl what he was. This is what I heard: "Do you remember Prof. Wright's theory that some day people would live, not by eating but by smelling food? suppose you also remember how Mr. Broxson always I Well, he is at it yet, and this is he, living tried to do everything that Prof. Wright did? that theory about smelling and just raking in money." He looked so pitiful that I told them I was ready to go. We really did reach London in two hours, and in a short time we entered that wonderful laboratory. We had a regular class reunion right there, and I learned where nearly I

all

asked him

he

of the seniors were.

asked Piggy

She

if

if

she

"Yes, and

said,

"When we

knew where Sara Dillard was. lots

of the others, too."

Troy, Sara, Willo Mae Sims, Mary Olive Copeland, Janice They pledged Martin, Cullie Teal and Lucia Porter formed something like a union. themselves to teach until their certificates expired and during this time to spend just as little going to put money as they could. Then at the end of this time they were all of their money together and found an orphanage for boys between eighteen and twenty-one. I had a letter from Sara just a few days ago, and she said that the orphanage was very successful and that they were happier than they had ever been." She said that Lucy Walter, Eloise Carroll, Bertha Howell and Maltie Middleton were knitting all of the wool they could get into sweaters, helmets, wristlets and noselets finished at

for the next war.

"War? "Not I

countries are thinking of

much

war?" that they

want

to be

prepared."

asked Sandy where DeLela was.

He 1

What

any, but they love soldiers so

at me and said, "Well, you are behind. Don't you know that DeLela probably be the United States' next President?" ambition was realized then, Louise; I was as tall as Prof. Pace.

looked

eal will

My

I said, "Sandy, do you mean to tell me that meek little DeLela is running for President?" "Yes, I do and she is running fast, too. Why just let me tell you who are making stump speeches for her; Emma Delony, Annie Rae and Merle Pierson, Carrie Autrey, Lucile Day, Louise Snider and Myrtle Pierce, who are the suffragette leaders in America

today.

Of

All of

"

course she will be elected. this

and only two married;

so

I

asked

if

none of those poor things ever married.

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Lovie Kilgore was teaching an illiteracy school and Edna Morrow and Miss Scarbrough loved the " same man, but Miss Scarbrough got him, so Edna is slowly dying of a 'broken heart.'

"Yes,"

love

in

"There

said Virginia,

few.

with one of her pupils.

is

Antionette Sanders," spoke up Mr. Gailher.

ioved two men, but they were killed in the European war. entered the bodies of black cats, so Antionette and Lula

They

cats.

any price for a black

give

will

lovers, so they

buy

all

"She and Lula

They

Mae Watson

believed that these

men

Mae

have a home for black They want to be sure to rescue their

cat.

they find."

"Oh, no one has mentioned our president," I said. "Oh, Herman? Why he is president of Montevallo with Miss Duke

as his able as-

sistant."

"Helen Lindsay and Virginia Thomason are getting rich on some concoction that they have made. They claim that you can be a typical brunette one day and a typical blond the next. Virginia stays in the window one day and Helen the next, as advertisements. You know people can stay together so long that they finally look alike. Well, they pass as one person now."

You know

every large school always sends out a number of missionaries, but

only two, Lillie I

knew

Mae

"And you? I

was

so nice

Oh,

Louise,

and

tall

growth, just as there

to

Not

Mclnnis and Ouida Owens. So did Mrs. Smith.

we had

a one out of the dormitory, but

there wouldn't be.

is

and to

about

just hate to think

I

just as

happy

everything

else.

that.

I

could almost

kill

you.

could be, but you know there is a limit So when I heard what you were I couldn't

as

I

and it was such a shock that it had to affect me in some manner, so it just made me shrink back to my usual height. Oh, my luck! What were you doing? Well, some man had just completed the "phono-movie" and yours was the first voice reproduced. This man had long admired you on the screen, and once he had heard you speak, he thought what a great help your voice would be to your pictures; so he made this machine just for you. Men had been trying to make a machine like that for a long time, but as they did not have your voice to inspire them, they were get

any

taller,

unsuccessful.

I

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forty.

Now, you am not going

have made me think of to tell

you of

my

return

my trip.

fate, so

I

must go and have a big cry.

No!

Senior Class In

days

And 1

11

to

come when evening

dies

Poem

and lengthening shadows

thoughts and fancies turn again to days long

fall

recall,

pr.st

see the faces loved of old, depicted line by line,

And

greet again in

memory

those old classmates of

mine.

and clear before my gaze.

The

picture then will brighten

And

joyous voices ring again the songs of yesterdays.

The

old time jokes, the old nick-names, the dreams, the plans, the fears.

And

all

the thronging interests of all our college years.

And so amid When clouds The

the toils

and cares of

all

our future

life

and paths are dim, and heavy

are dark,

thoughts of those

I

knew and

Shall like sweet songs bid

me

is

the strife.

loved, the friends of former years.

rejoice

and charm away

my

fears.

W. M.

L.,

1919.

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PresiJenl

ViDA

Vice-President

ToWNSEND, Addie

Secretary

LuSu

Ingram,

Class

YoUNGBLOOD, BoBBIE Lee

Poet

Class Prophet

Members HixoN, Lois

Beaty, Mellie

Skinner, Willie Belle

LuSu

Barnes, Minnie Lou

Ingram,

Bruner, Merle Bruner, Ernestine

Johnson, Vera Belle

Bullington,

W.

a.

Smith, Blanche Smith, Olive

Jones,

Mary Alice

Smith, Pearl

Jeter,

M.

Stanford, Margaret

L.

Ruth

Blair, Jennie

KiLPATRicK, Susie

Stringer,

Crawford, Elizabeth Callaway, Estelle

Long, Ernestine

Thornton, Mamie Till, Margaret Townsend, Addie Trotman, Lucy Turnipseed, Nadine Waller, Emily Windham, Fannie Lou

Collins, Virgil

COLQUETT, SeaLE

Cook, Carrie Ellen Cook, Willodene Crawley, Annie Laurie Dillard, Mrs. Elizabeth Pace DisMUKES, GiLLis,

Mary Byrd

Mildred

Gellerstedt, Elizabeth

McRae, Marie Morrow, Mattie Lene McCall, Ruth McLean, Carrie Belle Mitchell, Rebecca

Palmer, Eunice Payne, Laura Phillips, Bessie Phillips, Mary Jane Quick, Annie Lou

Gassett, Mattie Lou

RiKARD, Leta

Glenn, Coraneil

Rogers, Bettie

Grifitn,

Melba

Hart, Ruby Higdon, Vida

Rogers, Susie

Reynolds,

Maude

Scofield, Fannie

I.

Whigham, Eunice Walden, Juanita Wall, Jessie Waters, Beatrice Warren, Blanche Weaver, Vida Willoughby, Pauline Woods, Louise YouNGBi.ooD, Bobbie Lee

Shaw, Fannie Lou

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Roll

Officers Martin, Annie Laura Grimes,

Prcsidenl

Ormond

Vicc-PraiJcnl

Howard, Vivian DuBosE, Lola

Secretary

Treasurer

Members Amason, Cora A. Barrow, Grace Bailey,

Mary

1

Amanda

OLSOM,

Lord, Fletcher

Glover, Helen

LeCompte, Ekfie Lawson, Vera Lawson, Esther Martin, Annie Laura

Beall, Estora

Garrett, Janie Bell

Cade, Tommie Cameron, Lola Caroway, Gertrude Casey, Aline Chandler, Belma Cowart, Lettie

GiVENS,

Wm.

Grimes,

Ormond

Culpepper, Obera

flollincsworth.

Cowart, Donald, DuBose. DuBosE,

Willie Lou

Frances

Ham,

H.

Lois

Hubbard, Laura Gaines HixoN, Evelyn

Holloman. Thelma bernard Howard, Vivian Huff, Mary Kate

Marcus

Johnson,

Lola

Jeter,

W.

Kumi

King. Willie

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Lambert, Mamie

FOLSOM, Mattie

C.

Morrow, Lillie Mae McArthur, Jennie McCartney. Esther McQueen, Clara Partin, Berta

Reeves. Annie Salter, Mattie

Lou

Milton Thomason, Lillian Smilie,

w^

^

\ College Sophomores The

To

But we

Freshie sighs and sighs

And

groans,

"Oh, might

the College

only work

we could be more Than just a barbarous Turk, Or a College Sophomore.

those superior skies

Of

— we

And

I

Sophomore!

But

the Junior's

ill

wish

at ease;

He hurries and worries galore And trembles in his knees, "Who will catch me? — Sophomore! And the And The

Senior only

frets

dreams of days of yore.

year he ne'er forgets.

When But we

he was a Sophomore.

—we're

As we

a

happy band

push through Learning's doors

Marching on toward Senior land

We Some day

Know

we'll all

reach that go

Sophomores.

Then we

a poor

who

Sophomore.

will

Perhaps

of wisdom's lore

All knowledge swallowed

Once

College

A

to

have

to

part.

meet no more,

thought that breaks the heart

Of

every Sophomore.

M. K.

J.,

1921.

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Freshman Class Roll id Black

Ro

Floivcr: Pink

Molto: "Perseverance Wins.

Officers Shipman, Milton

Wells, Dewey WvROsDiCK,

President

Vke-Presidenl

Mlnnie

Secretary

Patrick. Flay

Ireasurer

Members Beckham, Bertie Brabham, Amorette Beasley, Annie Butts, Jewell

GODBOLD, BeTTIE LoU

Shipman,

HoKKMAN, Inez HlXON. EULA HuLEN, Annie

Scarbrouch, Raburn

Baker, Roxie

Johnson, Joseph Lane, Ruby Neal

Brooks, Eva Grace Colquitt, H. L. Creel, Natalie Davis, Joe

Tom

DuBosE, Acnes Dykes, Clara I.CHOLS, Maurine I'uQUA,

John D.

I'uQUA,

Maude

Lawson, Lola Lawson, Sallie

Lawson, Herschel McKee, Charles

McLain, Edmond Norton, Ruby Orr, India M. Pierce,

Foy

Patrick, Flay

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Spears, Annie Lora

Sharpe, Lillian

Thrower, Myrtle Turner, Lois ToLLisoN, Lena

Wells, Dewey WiLLIFORD, AdDIE LeE Wyrosdick. Minnie WiNCARD, MiTTIE MaE WiNCARD, MaYME Wilson, Minnie

Windham. Ruth

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PALLAMiJ^^r

The

Freshie Speaks

They call us "rats," and they laugh at us, They try their best to pick a fuss; But we are wise, and we know our place. And we know we're in to win the race. We'll do

it

We'll prove

loo, despite to

them

What though we do To see as well as to Were they not once Ah, what

their jests;

that Tue'are not pests.

look rather green.

be seen.

same

the

Perhaps they've forgotten

When

as

the years

they were timid, and

gone by.

awkward, and

There are some who remember

the

Perhaps we then say,

shall be

ways;

some future day.

we can laugh

"Ah

shy.

bygone days

When the upper class-men had curious And if we're not as wise as they. And And

i

we?

"forgetters" these mortals be!

dearies,

at the

ones below.

we never

did so!"

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Special Roll Members Franklin, Sarah

Phillips, Alice

Griffin, V'erb!a

Pickett,

GuYER, Mrs. Ernest

Pritchett, Amandtine

Brunson, Ida

Hales, Ivan

roberson, eula

Byrd, Alice

Hayes, Berta

Smith, Leah

Cooper, Ethel

Hurst, Guthrie

Solomon, Helen

Cooper. Lillie

Ingram, Austin

Spears,

Emma

Conner, Annie

Ivey,

Ward,

Lillian

Crowley, Elizabeth Dees, Octavia Eiland, Leola

Jones,

Wilkes, Ethel

Evans, Lena

Ming. Josephine

Uhite, Jessie White, Ollie Wilson, Cleopatra Wilson, Ruby Nell Wright. Irene

Anderson, Josie Baxter, Pauline

Browder, Luna

Farris,

May

Thomas

Louie

Gertrude Mahone, Margie Miller. Vera F'atterson,

Daisy

Feagin, Christine

J'eavy, Bessie

Ferguson, Zadie

Peterson,

Katie

Mary

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FIRST

AND SECOND GRADES

Grad( RoYD, James

Harris, Casper

Smart, W'eldon

Brown, Jewel FoLMAR. Wilson Bibb, Jr. Faulk, Annie Mell GOLDTHWAITE, MeLMOTH

Henderson, Julia Hay MoTT, Adaleen

Sacks, Herman, Jr.

McNeal, Bill Panhorst, Hendrick Rosenberg, Leon

Grade Bentley,

Mary

Bowers, Allie Carroll Cardwell, Evelyn I

AULK. Levy

Flowers, Cecil

Wiley, Oliver C. WiLLIFORD, BeNTLEY

II

Kern, Martha l.owERY,

Wood, Margaret

Selman, F.lizabeth Smart, Thelma

Ruth

Panhorst, George. Rainer, Lois

Rogers, Jaumta

Jp

White, F-lizabeth Wilkerson, Thomas Wright, Helen

Pa^c

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Grad( Boyd, Bettv

George McLeod, Mary

1

Iarrison,

Coleman, Walter CoPELAND, Josh, Jr.

I^eirce.

Ireeman, Pilly

Skinner, James

Eric

Thomas, Emmett White, Ida Wiley WiLLiFORD, Annie Lee

Grade IV Carroll, Julian

Jernican, I'red

Rainer, Annie

Cardwell, Edith Crouch, Betty

Knox, Sue May, Earle

Selman, John

McNeal, John Campbell

White, Hortense

1

Iarcis,

Mary

Heath, Lois

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I'lERsoN,

Starling,

Kathrvn

Hugh Dent

Tsii

i)ALLAMM\lWf

FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES

Grade

V

Brantley, Julia

Faulk, Bernard

Bentley, Catherine

Heath, Ethel Harvill, Dannelly KiLPATRicK, Ralph MURPHREE, AlLIE CaRROLI Minchener, Grace Lee

Babcock, Sarah Miller Boyd, Alice Carroll.

Iris

Chapman, Leonora

Owens, James LowERY, Dorothy Trotman, Glennie Smith, Percy Wright. Claude

Grade VI Bashinsky,

Mary Elizabeth

Brock, William Cochran, Carolyn I

I

OLMAR, Julia

Knox

Ienderson, Richard

MuRPHREE, Mary Sue Murphree, William MoTT, Gertrude OcBURN, Margaret Pierce, Clyde

Rives,

Ben

Swain, Julia Speer, 1\.velyn

Walters. Frances

Wright, Marie

Page

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SEVENTH GRADE

Grade VII Boyd,

Margaret

Collins, Florrie Belle

JtRNiCAN, Annie

HoLLis. EsTiE Lee

Murphree, Ruth Smith,

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Harris, I.amar

Walter

Howard

Starling. Mildred

Thompson. Bernman

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An Of

all

We

fair stales,

O

fairest state,

pay thee homage now

Our happy

hearts

Allegiance

we

Anniversary Song

;

dedicate.

we avow.

Dear Alabama, mother

blest,

God lead thee all the days. And may thy coming hundred Be crowned with

love

and

Of

years praise.

dear

all

We From

states,

Thy

O

dearest state.

love thy fields far spread,

northern

sunny

hills to

Dear Alabama, mother

God

bless

Bestow on

On

southern sands.

skies o'er head.

kind,

thine ev'ry part,

thee his bounteous care,

us a grateful heart.

O

Alabama, reverenced

Thy children know Thy schools would pay

And

O

long.

thy fame.

thee honor due.

laud and praise thy name.

Alabama, mother

ours,

God bless thy schools today, God make them worthy to be thine. And keep them thus for aye. L. S.

1..

1920.

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1|,ill.(H.A Officers J.

A. Broxson Vivian Gaither

PrcsiJcnl

Fini

Sandy Teai

Vicc-PrcsiJcnl

Second Vice-President

ViRCiL Collins

Sccrelar^^

Guy Johnson

Treasurer

Members Bullincton,

W. a.

Grimes,

Broxson,

A.

Collins, Vircil

Heath, Herman Ingram, Austin

DuBosE, FOYL

Johnson, Joseph

Gaither, Vivian

Jeter,

J.

Ormond

M.

Johnson,

L.

McCartha, Dr. C. L McKee, Charles Morgan, Sam Teal. Sandy Wells, Dewey

Guy

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CuLLiE Teal

Sccrctar-o

Tessie Harper

Treasurer

Cabinet Louise Snider

\'ircinia

Estelle Calloway

Elizabeth Campbell

WiLLO Mae Sims

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Calhoun Society Roll MEMBtlRS GiLi.is,

Barrow, Grace

Gellerstedt, Elizabeth

Butts, Jewell

Gaither, Vivian

Blair, Jennie

Grimes, O.

Beaty, Mellie

Huff, Mary Kate

Colquitt, Clerah

I

Porter, Lucia

Palmer, Eunice Pearce, Myrtle Patrick. Flay

!am, Lois

F^iKARD,

Leta

Stringer,

BiRNARD

Ruth

Cook, Carrie E. Cook, Willode.se

FlOLLINCSWORTH,

Casey, Aline

HlLDRETH, BCBELL

Shaw, Fannie Lou Smilie Milton

CoNNELL, Lois

Harper, Tessie

Stroud,

HiCDON, ViDA

Sharp, Lillian

Emma

B.

Collins, Virgil

Harper, Jessie

Sims.

Capell, Hortense

Hart, Ruby

Stillwell, Margaret

HuLEN, Annie

Townsend. Addie Thomason, Virginia

CowART, Miriam Campbell, Elizabeth Crawford, Elizabeth DiLLARD, Sarah Frances DuBose Foyl DuBose, Lola DuBose, Acnes DeLoney, Emma Davis, Joe

Tom

ElDSON, Battie

Fuqua,

Maude

Johnson, Johnson,

W. C. Guy

Johnson, Vera B. Jones,

Annie M.

Lindsay,

Helen

Thrower. Myrtle Turnipseed. Nadine

McCall, Ruth Norton, Ruby Owens, Louise Orr, India Myrtle

iixl\)-icvcn

Teal, DeLela Teal, Sandy

ToLLisoN, Lena

MiDDLETON, MaTTIE

Mei ba

Teal, Cullie

McQueen, Clara McRae, Marie McLean, Carrie Belle Morrow, Lillie Mae

Faust, \'ircinia

Griifin,

Willo Mae

LeCompte, Effie

FuQUA, John D.

Grant, Lucii.e

Page

Mildred

AuTREY, Carrie

Whigham. Eunice Whigham. Frances WiNGARD, Mamie White, Ollie Woods, Louise Walden. Juanita YouNCBLOOD. Bobbie Lee

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Gladstone Society Roll Members Barnes, Ossie

Brabham, Amorette Broxson, J. A. Beall, Estora Brooks, Eva Grace Bailey,

Mary

Cameron, Lola Cowart, Willie Lou CoPELAND, Mary Olive Cade, Tommie Crawley, Annie Laurie Caraway, Gertrude Day, Lucile Dickinson, Miss Lucy

Dykes. Clara Folsom, Mattie Folsom,

Amanda

Hoffman, Inez Howell, Bertha HlXON, EULA HOLLOMAN, ThELMA Heath, Herman Ingram, Austin Ingram, Jeter,

LuSu

Kumi

PiERsoN, Annie I'lERsoN,

Rae

Merle

Rogers, Bettie Rogers, Susie Spears, Annie Lora

Smith, Blanche Snider, Louise

Mae Mary

Salter, Annie

Salter, Mattie

KiLPATRicK, Susie

SCARBROUGH, RaBURN

Lambert, Mamie Lawson, Esther

Margaret Thomason, Lillian Weaver. V'ida WiLLoucHBY, Pauline Warren, Blanche Wells. Dewey Wyrosdick. Minnie Watson, Lula Mae

Morgan, Sam McCartney, Esther

GODBOLD. BeTTIE LoU GiLLis, Mildred Gassett, Mattie Lou

Martin, Annie Laura

J.

Martin, Janice Payne, Laura

Johnson, Joseph King. Willie

McArthur, Jennie McKee, Charles Morrow, Edna

Farris, T.

Page

Garrett, Janie Belle Hale, Ivan

Stanford,

Till.

Lou

Red, White and Blue Glee Club Soprano Lucy Trotman Mildred Gillis Elizabeth Gellerstedt

Mary Olive Copeland

MYRTLE Tail Lucy Walter Virginia Faust Annie Laura Martin Lillian Tmomason

Mrs. Billy Kunce Eloise Carroll

Emma Belle Stroud Louise Woods

Alto Annie Rae Pierson

Susie Kilpatrick

LoviE Kji.core

Mary Bailey

Miriam Cowart Addie

Ruth

I

Iarris,

Lizzie Jones Pianist

Mrs. Kate McCall. Director

Page

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p. O. D. Rol Officers Guy Johnson Blanche Warren

PraiJcni

LoviE KiLCORE

Treasurer

Secretary

Annie Mae Jones Antionette Sanders Miriam Cowart Pearl Smith F.MMA Belle Stroud

Poel Prophet Cartooniit Far\ Maifer

Mtiskian

Carrie Autrey

Vivian Gaither

FoYL DuBosE

Herman Heath ViDA HiCDON

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Nelle Jones OuiDA Owens

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Review Well, here

To

look

1

am, and

I'll

But

keep awake.

at least

— what

his so-called jokes are

Guy's sake

for

try

much impressed and

He's awfully handsome

D. Member

of a P. of

My, what

a good

That face

is

What

a pity he's shy

dreadfully dry.

I

crowd!

familiar, but

I'm glad that

what

beautiful dresses Bill

wonder

Emily bleaches her

if

her

is

1

ci

name?

and Nell wear! hair.

Gaither's talks aie so tedious, prosy and long,

Vida

At

says he even thinks dancing

the

meeting

last

is

wrong.

Blanche sang through

her

nose; I

wonder

if

Herman

Oh, here come

DuBose

Hasn't FoyI

What

could ever propose.

the jokes!

jokes!

1

must

listen

with care.

wonderful hair?

the most

wish someone had been asked

I

to

sing.

Look

at Carrie!

1

believe that's a

new diamond

ring.

Oh, why

doesn't

Guy

bring his jokes

to

a point?

Why

there's

Miriam Cowart

— what

a

beautiful

hat!

How

pretty she'd be

if

she were not so

I

must

is

The

finished;

What

my

those boys

aisle

And And

is

know

they must hat^

getting so late.

say Lovie Kilgore's dancing's divine.

But

don't really believe

I

the roll that

book will

so

— — they do

pocket

crowded

May

I've only a

it

is

belter than mine.

is

closed;

wake

those

we'll have to go

Annie

there's

Milton Smilie, wailing

chances are

to

dime;

have a good time.

there's

his

1

it's

dozed.

feel in

at

Antionette.

They

Ouida's calling for dues;

Look

to

have her begin when

fat.

The program who

listen

Just

To

I've sat here so long every bone's out of joint.

gone

off

with m; to

sec

walk home with P. S.,

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:

Colon: Black and While

Cal-tail

Motlo: Keep Your Klaws Klean and Kalch Drinl(

Place of Meeting

:

You Kan

all

Katsup.

:

Back Fence, Post 65

Officers K. K.. "PiNKit" DiLi.ARD

P. K., "Piggy"

Connei.l

T. K., "Patsy" Eidson

C 'Piggy" Connell

"Gvp" Weaver

T. K., "Patsy" Eidson

K. 'Pinkie' Diliard

"Bobbie

"

"Propelly

"Totsy

Casey

H. K. "Daddy" Eidson "Ginger Guest "

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Dillard

Henry

"

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Johnson

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Till

Trouble Troubles You"

Aim: "We

try

our best

For those who

to

make

Plot it

HOT "

after us will trot.

Members Pauline Willouchby

Virginia

Fannilu Shaw

I'rances Whjchaivi

Helen Lindsay

Willo Mae

Louise

Owens

Elizabeth Campbell

Thomason Siivis

Lucia Porter

Eunice Palmer Lucille Grant DeLela Teal CuLLiE Teal

Ruth Stringer

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s. s. s. Officers Lena Gray Tollison Lois

President

Ham

Vice-President

Maude FuqUA

Treasurer

Members Annie Beasley Jewell Butts Amorette Brabham Clara Dykes Acnes DuBose

Maude Fuqua

Mattie

Janie B. Garrett

India

Lillian

Lois

Thomason

Lena Tollison Leah Smith

Flay Patrick

Sixteen Highest Ambitions Jewell

Butts

— To have pretty — To be a housekeeper.

dresses.

Amorette Brabham Clara Dykes

— To

— To

be an old maid school teacher.

be an orator.

— To have any other color of hair except Fuqua — To have an unlimited amount of beaux.

Agnes DuBose

Maude

Janie B. Garrett

Lois

Ham — To

Ruby Norton

— To

cook for

—To

chickens.

raise

a

good looking man.

smile at a soldier.

— To be goddess of beauty. Mattie L. Salter — To marry a rich man. India M. Orr — To learn patch. Willie King — For "leap year" come. Lena Tollison — To have brown eyes and

Flay Patrick

to

to

Lillian

Thomason- -To

Leah Smith

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be popular.

Salter

Willie King

Ham

Ruby Norton

Annie Beasley

L.

M. Orr

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Owens

EJiior-in-Chief

Cowart Eunice Palmer

Aisociate

Editor

Associale

Editor

Mattie MiDDI.ETON ViDA HiCDON

Associate

Editor

Associate

Editor

Guy Johnson

Associate

Editor

Associate

Editor

Associate

Editor

Associate

Editor

Class

Editor

Class

Editor

Class

Editor

Class

Editor

Miriam

Louise

KUMI

Woods Jeter

BaTTIE ElDSON

Sarah Frances Dillard Virgil

Collins

Laura Gaines Hubbard Lillian Sharp

Page

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Staff

...

COL.

E.

S.

BENTON

Our The

LT. A. L.

S.

SHULER

A. T. C. Venture

Normal School, anxious to do her "bit" in the great war, obtained pernrnssion of the authorities at Washington to organize a unit of one hundred for educational and military training, to begin work October I, 1918. Untoward conditions caused a delay of a few days. A short extension of time was granted and on the 8th of the month we regularly began the work with one hundred stuState

dents enrolled

in the

corps.

a retired army officer, was in command, with Lieut. A. L. apartment house for barracks and a hall for an armory were secured. Soon after the organization was completed Major Freeman was relieved and Colonel E. S. Benton, of Nashville, also a retired army officer, placed in charge. Lieutenant Shuler remaining as his aide.

Major

Shuler as

D. Freeman,

S.

his aide.

The work was armistice :

Ith of

A So

soon

well

organized and was progressing satisfactorily when the to muster out the unit, which was done on the

was signed and orders came December, 1918.

few of the young men continued

to various to their

An

camps

to

in

school, joining the regular classes, others

went

continue the military part of their training, but most of them went

homes. the S.

A. T. C. venture became

a thing of history.

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mi T)>\LU\DJiJjVJ S. Allen, Wm. R Allred, J. M., Andrews, Oswold Andrews, Noel Anderson, Frank Barrow, Fred Bruner, Oliver G. Brewton, J. E BaITCHMAN, ItTLE Brown, George Blue, Henry P. Jr., Bvrd,

Monlgomery, Ala. Troy. Ala.

Ozark, Ala. Ozark, Ala. Troy, Ala.

.

.

Evergreen,

Ala.

Deposit,

Ala.

Ft.

.

Andalusia, Ala.

....

Townley, Ala. Troy, Ala.

.

Union Springs, Ala.

.

Luny

Ozark, Ala.

Brooks, Thos. E ChaDWICK, S. H Chambless, Jas. E., Chancellor, M. L Chatfield,

Ruiledge,

Troy, Ala.

Montgomery, Ala.

Cunningham, Chas. CULBRETH, 1. R

.

.

Evergreen, Ala.

.

Gordon, Ala.

G

Ft. Deposit,

Emmett CoE, Raymond D Cook, Harry E Clark,

Chesser, L.

V

Ivan

R

Davis,

Clayton,

Andalusia, Ala.

Tuskegee, Ala.

Pine Level, Ala. Georgiana, Ala.

Troy, Ala.

Max E

Slocomb, Ala.

....

Red

Mack E

Faircloth,

Forehand, Amos Galloway, Sam

Grantham,

.

.

Ft.

.

HA

Gaither, Vivian

Gissendanner, Evan

Graham,

Jas.

Level,

Ala.

Wallace, Ala.

I.

Hermon

Gibson,

Ala.

Slocomb, Ala.

Albert E DUNLAP, Alvin DuBose, Dick Foshee, Horace

Ala.

Montgomery, Ala.

Davis,

Foster,

Ala.

Seale, Ala.

Birmingham, Ala.

.

.

R

J.

Cassady, O.

A. T. C.

.

.

.

B

Deposit,

Ala.

J.

Paul

Hort/oc, Horace

Heath, T. Hermon Hawkins, Jerry V. Harper, Lynwood L I

Page

loWARD, H.

eighl\f-one

H

Heustess, U.

J.

.

.

.

.

.

.Ala.

Troy,

Ala.

Elmore, Ala.

Troy, Ala.

Wm. Buford

.

Enterprise, Ala.

.

Moody, Cecil

Unioniown,

Marshall, H. C Mathis, M. Clyde Morgan, J. Robert Marshall, Amos I. Mitchell, Gera S Merritt, Ernest G., McBryde, Joe Pete

.

New

.

.

Rutherford,

.

.

.

.

Ala.

Brockton, Ala.

Cottonwood,

.

.Ala.

Headland. Ala. Jr.

.

Hope

.

Hull, Ala.

Troy, Ala. .Alpine, Ala. .

.

.

McCall, Hugh C McGriff, Clifford McIntyre, Otto A Newton, Leslie

Hosford, Fla. Opelika. Ala.

Columbia,

.Ala.

Herbert. Ala.

Slocomb. Ala.

I

Pittman, L. Clyde

Banks, Ala.

Parks, R. Brickell

Troy,

.

.

New

.

W. D .

.

.Ala.

Brockton, Ala. Deatsville.

B.

.Ala.

Banks, Ala.

McKethan, W. N McCuLLouGH, J. Dewey

Rogers, John

Ala.

Birmingham, Ala.

.

Birmingham,

.

Ala.

Ramsay, Sam

Brundidge,

Reese, A. F

Georgiana, .Ala.

Ray, Jas.

C

Shipley,

Walter

Greenville, Ala.

Sanders,

J.

.Ala.

Pensacola, Fla.

Blakelv

Andalusia, Ala.

Elba, Ala.

Level, Ala.

Montgomery,

.

Lynn, Walter S Lynch, W. Otis

Tallassee. Ala.

Goshen, Ala.

.

Lord, Fletcher

W.

Ala.

.

Headland, Ala.

Rogers, Thos.

Ft. Deposit,

Red

.

McKenzie, Ala.

Slocomb, Ala.

Tallassee, Ala.

Montgomery. Ala.

.

.

Peyton

ROZEAR, Fred

.

....

Kelley, Frank

Manning,

Ala.

Omega. Ala.

W

Roy,

Ala.

Troy, Ala.

Andalusia, Ala. Greenville,

Jackson, Lawrence

Johnson, C. Judge,

Headland, Ala.

.

....

L

Helms, Leroy Head, Lucius P Jackson, Fonda

Evergreen, Ala.

Pinckard,

Hurtsboro, Ala. .

.

RoWE, C. Dewey

Evergreen, Ala.

...

Georgiana, Ala.

Harbuck, M. G Haynes, Eugene E. HiGHTOWER, M. Cullen

Brundidge, Ala.

Hain, Reginald.

Hardy,

G

Hicks, Zell

.

L.

.

M

.

Geneva, Ala.

Mary

Ester,

Fla.

Evergreen, Ala.

.... Luverne, .... Troy, .... Tallassee.

Summerlin. Brady Stephens, R. Hilton Strength. Autrey

Ala. Ala. Ala.

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Peavy

Troy, Ala.

Strickland, Leroy

Ozark, Ala.

Skinner,

J.

SUDDUTH, Henry R. Smith, Russ Shehane, Austin Smith, Archie Sublette, M. A

.

.

Birmingham, Ala. Siocomb,

.... Brundidge, .... Montgomery,

S.

D

Sellers, Jack

E

Stanfield,

TatuM, Wm. L

Pensacola,

Ala. Ala. Ala. Fla.

Banks, Ala. Banks, Ala.

Thompson, George

.

.

Hurisboro,

.

Teal, Alexander

Ala.

Clayton, Ala.

....

GaynO Wilson, Grady L Williams, Eugene

Tobias,

Montgomery, Ala. Troy, Ala. Troy, Ala.

....

Waller, Savelle Waller, Wm. Louie WaDSWORTH, a. R. Woolfolk, John C. Watson. Julius J

.

.

.

.

.

.

Dickerson, Ala. .

.

Centerville,

Ala.

Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Chestnut,

Ala.

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Benjamin S. Copelam. Lloyd Curtis Warr Jesse B. Johnson Francis M. Adams William M. Hughes

,

.

;;

T

;

Class of 1915; U. S.

.

A.

Class of 1918; U. S. A.

Class of 1918; U. S. A., A. E. F.

U.

....

John B. Hunt Lt. William Wyman Owens

S.

Naval Academy

Class of 1915; U. S. A.. A. E. F. Class of 1914; U. S. A.,

U. S.

A. E.

A. A.

F.

E. F.

Our Honor Roll 1 he Troy Normal answered the country'? mocracy.

In

of them are

Page

eifhly-ihree

all

now

is

proud of

call

the long

list

ils

Honor Roll

to enter the great

we have

as exemplified in

world

conflict

yet to hear of a single slacker

returning to their country

and

their

its

gallant sons

who

between autocracy and de-

among

them.

Many

homes, crowned with laurels and the

^.^

rn\i DALLAfiiUM

James E. Cheatham, Jr Kendrick Parks Albert J. Williams

W. Cowart Hugh Adams

Ralph Lt.

.

.

Class of

....

We we mjghi though

the

supreme

sacrifice

greatly regret that print

in a

il

S.

Class of 1913; U. S.

John Howard Crew Lt. Elgin C. Cowart Lt. Robert Gellerstedt

who made

U.

A. A.

Class of 1910; U. S. A., A. E. F.

.

A. E. F. Class of 1913; U. S. A. 1913; U. S. A., A. E. F. U. S. A., A. E. F.

Class of 1913;

gratitude and love of their countrymen.

1916;

Class of 1913; U. S. A., A. E. F.

Class of

Others there are

and joined

U.

S. A.,

who

will

come no more



those

the ranks of the "unreturning brave."

we have no complete

for reference of after times, but

list

of these heroes, living and dead, that

we hope

yet to be able to

do

so,

and

help,

small way, lo perpetuate their honored memory.

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The Dr.

Faculty

jmLADJUElW*:

(As

"Just a word more."

Shackelford:

Nickname:

.

.

"Shack."

Mollo:

"Do

Amusemenl:

"Finding fault."

Favorile Book:

"Adam

Smith's Political Economy."

Prof. Pace:

"Third period

"Downer."

"As

Mollo:

do me."

others before they

Nickname

:

Them)

the Students See

man

a

rise."

thinketh so

he."

is

.

Amuiemenl: Favorite

Book:

McCarTHA:

Prof.

"Reading The Advertiser

"An empty

can will

and chapel.

in class

"

"Wenlworth and Smith's

"Trig."

rattle.'

"Doctor."

Nickna

"Through

Motto:

And

the ages

the

one unceasmg purpose runs,

thoughts of

men

are

widened with

the pro-

cess of the suns."

Amusement:

'"Work."

Favorite Book:

"Literary Digest."

CowaRT:

Prof

"Help me,

Cassius, or

I

sink."

Nickname:

"Colonel."

Motto:

^"' ^^"y '^'"S in ''s proper "Making people blush."

Amusement: i(e

Prof.

Book:

'V^'rigiit:

Nickname:

"I

Scietitific

Amusemcrtt:

Book:

At

presume so."

"Dimples"

"Make

\,Jo(l„.

Favorite

"The

place."

others

work while

"Watching you sweep "Dewey's

How

I

play."

or see-saw."

'We Think."

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..

Speer:

Prof.

"1

suppose so."

"Shorty."

Nlcl(name:

'Talk so every one can hear you

Motto:

Amusement:

"Arguing."

"Deadwood Dick."

Book:

Favorite

Miss Pitts: Motto:

word

Just a

Nickname

to

the practice teachers.

"Lieut." .

"Do

.

'

everything promptly and

in

order.

Amusement:

"Writing 'App. C. P.'

in

Favorite Dool{:

"Anything

by Buggs and Kauffman.

Miss Dickinson:

"Let

Nickname

"Lady Macbeth." "All work and no play makes

Motto:

.

.

.

.

just so

is

it

red ink."

have quiet, please."

s

students bright.

Amusement:

"Assignmg long

Favorite Book:

"Shakespeare's Principal Plays."

Bovd:

Prof.

"Just

Nickname: Motto:

one mmutc." Joe.'"

"To do thmgs

.

.

m

"Fessor

lessons."

right

and

right

now.

Amusement:

'"Running the Movie Machine."'

Favorite Book:

All of them are his favorites.

Miller:

Miss

Nickname Motto

:

"I'll

meet the Sophomores the

""We may

.

live

Having

Favorite Book:

'"

McCali

.

without cooks.""

The Boston Cook Book."

"Girls!

Sing!"

"Sing and the world sings with you.

.

Singing Do-Ra-Me"s.

Amusement: Favorite

live

moved.

the big table

"K-K— Katy."

Nickname: Motto:

period after dinner.

without poetry, music or books

But civilized man cannot

Amusement:

Mrs.

first

"Cook."

:

.

Book

'

""The

Army Song

"

Bonk.

"

Miss

RocF-Rs

""I

:

Nickname: Motto:

.

""Work with your hands and not your mouth.

.

Making something.

Amusement: Favorite

Page

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"•Claire.""

Book

'

Nobody Knows.





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Little

Awful

(With apologies Little

He He

Awful

makes

Influenza has

the chills run

puts a cold up

And gives He upsets

m

to

come

to

Influenza

"Little 'Orphant'

our town

Annie.")

to slay

up your spme and takes your strength away.

your head and makes your chest

you such a fever

you cannot sleep

that

your poor old stomach; puts a misery

Makes your head ache

like the

feel tight,

at night.

in

your back;

dickens; gels your nerves

all

"out o

Gives you earache; makes your nose bleed and runs up your doctors'

Makes you spend

a mint o'

And

be so careful

you have

For you

11

to

surely lake

money on old

when

pneumonia

if

castor oil

and

whack; bills;

pills.

you're able to be about.

you don't watch

out.

He runs your fever up in "G," and makes you cough and sneeze And when you try to walk, you feel unjointed at the knees He takes the "pep" out of your life and makes you feel so blue You think the fires of torment can't be any worse than "flu." And if you turn the cover back he'll give you tons of cold And make you feel exactly like you're ninety-two years old. He makes you look so pale and bad, and leaves you skinny, too. And so hollow-eyed, you scarcely recognize yourself as you. O,

he's

And

worse than

he'll

mumps

or measles, typhoid fever or the gout

make you buy your tombstone

if

you don't watch

out.

Clare Rogers

Beware Of Mrs. Smith, when you are whisthng in the halls. Of Miss Rcmbaugh, when you try to transfer part of your supper in your the dining hall to your own room. Of Prof. Cowart, when you "fergit" and say "ain't." Of Prof. Wright, when you are making tatting in class. Of Dr. Shackelford, when you enter Chapel one minute and sixteen seconds Of Dr. McCartha, when you forget to come for your Literary Digest. Of Mrs. McCall, when you must giggle in music class.

pocket

fr

late.

Ol Miss Miller, when you are chewing gum. Of the girls, when you receive a box.

Of Prof. Boyd, when you "forget what doors are Of Everybody, when it isn't your day up town.

for."

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An Here's

to

You

To

Address

Gong

to the

You

you, you noisy nuisance!

arouse me from my slumbers. From my calm and peaceful rest.

But you Till

me down

Yes, you've called

When

was

still

1

Yet you seemed

have called me

Which was

you knew

morning

the

could not wake

and kept on

called,

my

in 1

calling.

sweet repose you'd break.

breakfast

to

the bed.

in

not to regret

my

Brought demerits on

You

have called me

When

have done your very best

down

it

head.

lo

dinner

nothing more than hash.

And guess you really giggled When could not eat the trash. I

1

You

have called me

When If

I

told

you knew you what

You would

in I

I

to

You

sausage

But

wanted.

came

I

me down

lo

supper

I'd rather see the train.

Hoping

only ring and wheeze.

You

have called

When

wanted cheese.

in

and

they

ate raisins.

would help my

brain.

have also bade me study.

When

really

I

wished

to

dance.

told me to gel quiet made Miss Rembaugh

Yes, you've

Ere

1

You, who

ring both lale

You, who seem

When

you

Trying

Don't you ever have compassion

On

us as

you

what

fate

we do

not

and early

to think

il

fun

hoi and panting.

to gel there

on the run.

we

Yet,

love you,

little

faithful.

Love you more than we can

see us go

Plodding down the endless stairway

To

see us,

prance.

know

?

For on Friday I

han

the

tell.

night, what's sweeter

Moving Picture

bell ?

A. R.

P.,

1919.

Pogc

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magine Imagine Virgil Collins

tall,

Imagine Professor Pace quite small. Imagine Jenny McCartha a

Imagme "Frater

'

when

stick,

not slick.

Imagine Helen Lindsay with coal black hair Imagine Eunice Palmer when

lake a dare.

she'll

Imagine Cullie Teal not trying

to boss,

Imagine Lucia Porter with nothing

lost.

Imagine Margaret Till with pep, Imagine Janice Martin with out a rep.

Alma Duke making

Imagine

a blunder.

Imagine the Harper twins asunder. Imagine Emily Salter very

big,

Imagine Mrs. Smith dancing a

Imagine Louise

Woods

jig.

talking like a

Quaker,

Imagine Joe Johnson an undertaker. Imagine a dormitory

girl

not a peach.

Imagine Prof. Speer without a long speech. Imagine

Mary

Imagine

W.

Bailey without a curl.

C. Johnson with a

girl.

Imagine, gentle reader, these dreams

And Then, It

Page

you

will

lastly,

would

accomplish what

imagine the ages

lake for

me



to learn

I

all

true.

can't do.

the eons of time

meter and rhyme!

J*jJ^T)ALU\DJiJ>.

The

Discovery of America (RETOLD)

NCE

upon a

States of

That was

Way

time.

America

— —

Nobody had

Sam was



Coney

all,

are

now

dead

but

way

he had of finding out things

born

in

Anyhow,

Missouri.

for

and

prove

can't

believe

the

day before

his last nickel the

So

Charlie Chaplin.

Kings and Queens wouldn't help him

there

was nothing

So he

out.

At

him they had given

had bought find

in

the

War

had

the last cent they

Savings Stamps;

in fact,

to the

hit,

the harder he

much

"beat

He

would bounce back.

down

to dis-

show

do but

some of

see

Cross or Y.

if

Europe and

his efforts

M.

failed

C. A.

This might have disheartened Chris

Encyclopedia Britannica.

that finally Isabel reached

how

realized that

inter-



they

Fund

or

they gave him every excuse they could possibly

cut his teeth on a rubber ring and absorbed so

he was

Red

first

the

he was

at the picture

trotted all over

viewed every King, Queen and Jack on the continent. told

to

from

that

But he

they

so

Italy,

judging

so,

now

most people

himself

Genoa,

in it;

Chris wanted to mvent somethmg, so he mvented

would take money, and he had spent resist

there

Island or seen the Statue of Liberty or

cover things, and one day he decided he would discover America.

Chris never could

and

stars here

or anything.

say,

all

A.

S.

not even in Sing Sing prison.

But one day Chris Columbus was born "they"

U.

born and there were no

were a few

well, perhaps, there

ever been to

Board Walk

was no United

there

not to have a dear old

but there were no stripes at

in the sky,

the

Minus Ages,

the

in

how awful

long time before Uncle

a

stars or stripes either

up

back

think

of

it

into his

if

he hadn't

system that the harder

kept on until he

became such

a bore

her stocking and gave him a dime and told him to

in

it."

Chris then invited some of they hauled out his old

chums

his best

1492 model, and

go with him on

to

their

in

his little

haste they even

week-end

trip; so

forgot to cable the

Indians they were coming.

They

got to

America

early next morning before the Indians even

clothes on, but the current

Chris and

much. whistling

pals

and they couldn't turn on

much

so

that

yells

fuss

had never seen

a ship,

the

Audubon

Now fast,

to turn

his pals

so they strolled

it

to put their

didn't matter

Chief Mighty-Few-Clothes.

and he and

his

squaw

it

full

finally

on Chris'

ship.

decided that

Squaw Mighty-Few-Clothes

it

got

on the anti-aircraft guns, but the old chief was a member of

Society and wouldn't

Chris and

old

and turned

must be some wonderful new destructive bird, and old scared and wanted

had time

the lights, so

out there on the water's edge, singing,

woke up

they

pillow, he got out his flash light

his

the old chief

off

made

and giving college

Reaching under

Now,

his

was

hated

around

let

to

to the

her do

happen

it.

in

Wigwam

on the Indians unexpectedly before break-

Club and ordered drinks and

sent

a

few

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In the meantime,

back home.

picture post cards to the folks

Squaw Mighty-Few-Clothes

had reached under her pillow and got her vanity box; combed her

down

sending the Ford

him and

for

his

hair with a cockle-burr;

phoned Chris

put on her best feathers and beads; prepared a hasty meal and

that she

was

party and would expect them up to breakfast.

Chris accepted instantaneously as he was one of the hungry sex and had heard of Southern hospitality before.

The meal was had

to

Hooverize

rather disappomtmg, but the like

everything and

had

also fuelless day, she

to

by wireless telegraphy, so

Of

it

squaw apologized and explained

was wheatless and meatless day, and,

on the

fireless

Em

understj^

this Traftsatlantic politics,

all

Higher

in

Hawaii

hand-painted sign-boards.

so Chief

facts

about

pronounced "Harmless"; that cold coca-cola of

tion

labor question

the

many

touched by

1 he Grass,"

in

this

wonderful

is

little

airs,

and played

on the victrola.

interested Chris

to see

and from

new country he had

dis-

he learned that C-a-s-t-o-r-i-a

-is

He found the soluTwins Do Your Work" and was "Keep To The Right," "Keep Off

5 cents everywhere.

"Let the Gold Dust

such appealing

the sun parlor

These greatly

made Milwaukee famous;

learned what

but he wisely kept

Mighty-Few-Clothes carried him out

art to music,

ihem he learned many strange

to

and few other national

"

But Chris preferred

He

was

which, the squaw explained, was war butter.

to the axle grease,

his rare collection of

covered.

it

cooker and had even ordered the meal

After the finger bowl and soap course, they retired

"They're Wearin'

that she

as

as to save wire for the soldiers at the front.

course, Chris didn't

and helped himself

silent

cook

this

sentiments as

etc.



The

Indians were very much impressed with Chris and his party so much so that named Columbus, Ohio, for him right away and invited him to come back and plant some colonies, but Chris told them he didn't know much about planting things as he had they

never studied agriculture, and he preferred to join the Forty-Niners' Club and search for gold. It

was with

great reluctance that Chris finally parted with Chief

lew-Clothes, but he wanted get

home by Saturday

When

it

became

America became

a

many wonderful

a

little,

in

things about the land he

quite a fad to run over here for the week-ends,

famous summer

began coming over here ocean up-n which no

and Squaw Mighty-

around the neighboring islands

time to

night for sanitary reasons.

he got back home he told so

covered that

Page ninely-lhree

to cruise

in

gra.ss

resort.

Finally

all

the best

had

dis-

and almost over night

Europeans

left

home and

such great numbers that they wore a beaten track across the

has grown from that day unto

this.

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,.:3;:ULiMi^M4MliiM Alumni Roll Class of '88

CoRLEY, Mrs. Kittie Darby, Celeste DeLaney, Mrs. Emesa (Locke) MuRPHREE. Dr. James

Dothan, Alabama Troy, Alabama Greenville,

Texas

Troy,

Alabama

Troy,

Alabama

Class of '89 *Eldridge,

Leila

Class of '90 Kate Marshall Darby, John Key *Eldridge, George Hanchey, John Hartwell, Annie Belle

Trov, Alabama Ashford. Alabama Oakland, California

*CoLLiER,

W

Pratt

Cincinnati,

Class of

'91

.

Wesley

Johnson, Mrs. Paul (Lee) Lane, Lizzie Lane, Mrs. W. R. (Brannen) *McLuRE, KaNNIE Pearson, Mrs. Sue (Pierson) Robertson, Mrs. Minnie (Williams) Sessions. Mrs. Della (Holloway) Smith, Mrs. Bessie (Collier) 'Thompson, Mrs. Julia (Belser)

Troy, Butler,

Florida

Troy, Sylacauga, Goshen, Ozark, Troy,

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

Texas San Antonio, Texas Troy, Alabama

M Class of

'92

West

Joe

Mississippi

Alabama Alabama Alabama Troy. Alabama Geneva, Alabama Florala, Alabama

W

J.

P

Frank Thompson. Mrs. Lena (Chadwick) White. Mrs. Mattie (Wright)

Sii.er,

Point,

Dothan, Alabama

Montgomery, Montgomery, Montgomery.

McLure, Mrs. I'lora (Moore) Mulkey. Oscar *Phillips,

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

Montgomery, Cameron,

John

Capps, Charles F Carlisle. Oscar Centerfit, Maggie CenTERFIT, Ininee Fuller, Willie Mae

Troy, Troy, Troy, Troy, Dothan, Ensley,

Williams, Leila

Wright. Edgar

Texas

Polytechnic,

Blan, Katie *Bradley, Mrs. Florida (Tate) Freeman, Mrs. Irene (Pilley) Hanchey, Mrs. Willie (Blan)

Watson,

Ohio

Alabama Alabama

Troy, Birmingham,

Adams, Mrs. Della (Huddleston)

Milliard, C.

Alabama

City,

Lowndesboro, Alabama

Jackson, Bettie Johnston, Mrs. Florrie (Brantley) Webb, Mrs. Virginia (Champion)

Col..

U.

S. A.,

Troy. Troy.

A. E. F.

Alabama Alabama

^Deceased.

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Class of '93 Adams, Mrs. Clyde (Minchener) Abbott, Mrs. Clara (Siler) *BoYD, H. D Centerfit, Valeria Champion, Delilah Griffin,

Troy, Alabama Stamps. Arkansas Troy, Alabama

Montgomery, Birmingham,

W. E

Troy. Troy, Atmore, Bessemer. Bessemer. Tucson.

Pace, Mrs. Sarah (Collier) Peavy. Mrs. Fanie (Grissette) Persons. Mrs. Mabel (Knox) Robertson. Mrs. Gussie .

Townsend. Salome Whitehurst. W. F

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama AUb.ima Alabama Alabama

Dallas,

Arizona Texar

Class of '94 Cowart. Mrs. Cli^stie (Lewis) Gardner, L. D Gardner, Mrs. Henrietta (Wiley) Grant, Mrs. Laura (Turnipseed) Hill, Josh

Troy.

Montgomery, Montgomery, Troy,

C

Alabama Alabama Alabama Hope Hull. Alabama Andalusia, Alabama Troy, Alabama Andalusia, Troy,

Hubbard, Mrs. Sallie (Williams) McCreless. NX. a Stewart. Mrs. Kate (McLean) *Stewart, Fr.^NK Turnipseed, Mrs. Sam (Turnipseed) Willis, Mrs. Geo. B. (Lamar)

Central.

Arlington.

Class of Black. M. L Bowers. Mrs. Tiny (Jones) *Connelly. Mrs. Mary (Gilchrist) Carter, J. A

Hartford.

....

Troy, ,

Troy. Newton,

S.

Hope

A

Hull,

Elkmont.

Pruitt. Mrs. Wyche (Greene) Saffold. Maude Secars. Willie Belle Simpson, Mrs. Minnie (Brantley")

Texas

'95

Marchman, R. L McLean, Mary Moore,

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

Midway. Woodlawn,

...

Williams, Mrs. Lutie (Wilkerson)

Troy. Troy, Troy,

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

Class of '96 Baxter, Lucinda

J.

(Graydon)

Crawford. Terrell J Champion, Crissie *Freeman, Mrs. Maggie (Duke) Gellerstedt, Pearl Hamil, Loraine Hundley, Mrs. Margaret (McCracken)

Alabama Alabama AUb.ima Birmingham, Alabama Glenwood, Alabama Alabama Troy, Troy, Alabama Lockhari, Alabama Tuskegee, Alabama Alabama Troy. Alabama Alabama Wetumpka. Troy. Alabama Luverne, Troy. Ozark,

Carroll, Mrs. Bettie (Duke)

.

Howard. Annette Hornbercer. Mrs. F.. F' Jones. Mary Wall. O. C Wood, Mrs. Julia (Bowles)

Class of '97 Bentley. Mrs. Mattie (Walters)

Garland Bledsoe, John F5 BiccERs.

L.

Deceased.

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Troy. Alabama Dolhan. Alabama Warrrnton, Florida

a

-r}j^ii^vLi^\Djyjvj

EldrIDGE, Frank Ellison, Mrs. Collier (Hollan) Fleming, Emmie HiNTON, Mrs. Lillian (Clark) Knox, Mrs. Mittie (Bowles) McEachern, Mrs. Mattie (Fleming)

Minchener, Ben E Moody, Mrs. Ilona (Cameron) Owens, Mrs. Josie (King) PlERSON, Daisy Pettyjohn, Mrs. Mary (Liles) Phillips, J. D Watkins, J.

M

Troy, Banks,

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabana

Montgompry

AU^'oama

Troy, Troy, Birminoham, Dothan,

Darby, Mrs. Julia (Jermcan) Darby, McLeod

Brundidge, Billingslev,

Dothan, Troy, Troy, Powderly, Yantley,

k

Pennington,

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

Class of '98 AvERYT, Kittie Ballard, Eugene Ballard, Mrs. Adelle (McGauch) Craven, Mrs. Minnie G. (Murphree) DosTER, Mrs. Mabel (Cowart") Godsey, Mrs. Mattie (Wilkerson) Grogan, L. T Knowles, Mrs. Mattie (Thomas)

Ensley, Prattville, ,

Prattville,

Pittsburgh,

Alabama Alabama Alabama

Pennsylvania

University,

Alabama

Beaumont, Texas Oxford. Alabama Abbeville,

Monk, W. F McGaugh, Inez

Cloplon,

Alabama Alabama Florida

Nichols, Mrs. Addie (Rollins) *Norton, C. F Norton, Mrs. Mary (McGaugh) Thrower, Mrs. Lutie (Beard)

Troy, Eclectic, Prattville,

North

Alabama Alabama Alabama Carolina

Class of '99 AvERYT, AcNES

Montgomerv, Alnbama Walnut Grove, Alabama Montgomery. Alabama Montgomery. A'alama Troy, Alabama Goshen, Alabama Hartford, Alabama West Palm Beach, FloriJa Tuskegee, Alabama Dothan, Alabama Birmingham, Alabama Troy, Alabama U. S. Army Troy, Alabama Ensley. Alabama Pleasant Hill, Alabama Eutaw, Alabama

Bates, Julius T Burns, Latona

Burns, Ella Blan, Mrs. Ethel (Barr) Carlisle,

Horace

C

Chancey, a. P Clark, Maude Cobb, Lucile Espy. Mrs. Bessie (Hollan) HiLDRETH, A. L Leslie, Mrs. Alice (Minchener) Lett, Frank

McCartha,

M

C. L., Jr

Means. J. T Rudolph, Ethel Smith, Mrs. Nettie (Beasley) Stratton, Florence Turk, Mrs. Dr. (May) Whitehurst, William Wiley, Olive

Beaumont,

Woodlawn, Troy,

Texas

Alabama

Dallas,

Texas

Alabama

Class of '00 AuGUSTiN, Mrs. Sallie Carroll, Eva Cobb, William P Ford, A. Sidney

(Furlow)

Birmingham, Alabama Troy, Alabama Montgomet), Ahitima Washington. D. C.

Deceased.

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Heath, Mrs. Metta (Owens) Sawtelle, Mrs. Lucile (Blan) Secars,

Montezuma, Georgia Troy, Troy, Troy,

Myra

Wright, Mrs. Mary T. (Henderson)

Class of

W

'01

Bryan, Wm. CoWART, BernicE *Day, Arthur Doster, James J

Tiflon,

(McCartha) (Orum) (Prather) (Carroll)

M

Class of

'02

West End, Alabama Glenwood, Alabama

Beard, John F Bryan, Mrs. Mamie (Cowling) Chapman, Mrs. Ethel (Corley) Cosby, J. L

Alabama Alabama Alabama Butler. Alabama Columbia. Alabama Wetumpka, Alabama West Green, Alabama Peirey. Alabama Ozark, Alabama Montgomery, Alabama Doihan,

Perryville,

'

Dansby,

W.

Georgia

Alabama Alabama University, Alabama Troy, Alabama Troy. Alabama Nashville, Alabama Troy. Alabama Montgomery, Alabama Vinita, Oklahoma Troy, Alabama Troy,

Sardis,

Johnson, Abbie Knox, Mrs. Chicora Orcain, Mrs. Ruth Powell, Mrs. Rosa PiERsoN, Mrs. Lucile Stough. Kelpie Wiley, James

E

Crenshaw, C.

Alabama Alabama Alabama

Montgomery.

J

DuNWOODY, Mrs. Lenna (Denny) Dykes, Reuben O Ferguson, E. L Mills. Mrs. Lena (Petrey) Smith, Mrs. James (Mizelle) Young, Mrs. Annie (Williams)

Class of '03 Barr, Mrs. Annie HOLLIS, Tyre J

Mae

(Allison)

Alabama Alabama Alabama University. Alabama Marion, Alabama Almcre, Alabama Brantley. Alabama Montgomery. Alabama Luverne. Alabama Troy,

Butler,

Marchman, Mrs. Eleanor

(Parish)

Newton.

McKlNLEY, Virgil P McLeod, Marguerite Moore, Archie MoxLEY, Mrs. Ina (Beck) Sellers.

Stoddard.

C Wm. H

C.

Class of '04 Baker, Charles Booth. Mrs. Mamie (Weir) *Chadwick. Mae Graham. Mrs. Anderson (Walter) Hale. T. J loi.MES. Hillary H Md.EAN. Daniel Morrow. H. Palmer, E. C Pearson. Cora Pollock. Mrs. Lena (Beck) Parks. Mrs. Mary (Williams) Rushton. Mrs. Eleanor (Miles) 1

M

Alabama Alabama Alabama Prattville. Alabama Bay Minnetle. Alabama Daphne. Alabama Headland. Alabama Summerfield. Alabama Elba, Alabama Florence, Alabama Cushion. Oklahoma Andalusia, Prattville.

Seale.

W

N'aldosia.

Class of *AdaMS, Lila Enzor. Frankie Farris. Mrs. Lou Ellen (McLure) ^Deceased

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Georgia

Ramer.

Alabama

Midway.

Alabama Alabama Alabama

'05 Troy. Birmingham.

Freeman, BerTA Greene. Maude *Herlonc, J. H *McFadden, Robt. H McMuRPHY, Mrs. Martha (Hamil) Radford. Gussie Stough. Leila Sellers, Olin H

Roanoke, Crystal

Ariton,

Atmore, Montsomery, Vinita,

i

Auburn,

Coleman

*\VlLLIAMS,

Havneville,

Williams, Lindsay

Alabama

City,

Runville,

Montgomery,

Texas

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Oklahoma Alabama Alabama Alabama

Class of '06 Brunson, Willie Mae Crowe, William A Davis, Mrs. Mildred (Brown) Darden, Mrs. Ida M Harris. George A Lowe. Mrs. Cora (White) McDavid, JlMMIE *McDaniel, Mrs. Nelle (Brittain) Moore. Schmidt Smart. Mrs. Onyx (Douglas) Smith.

Georgiana, Alabama Troy, Alabama Pike Road, Alabama Healing Springs. Alabama Monroeville. Alabama Jacksonville, Florida Hinson, Florida LaFayette. Georgia Tuscaloosa. Alabama Dothan. Alabama Mobile. Alabama Eufaula. Alabama

Nellie

UpshaW. H. L

Class of '07 Robert B CowART, Mrs. Glennie (Lawrence) Dannelly, Clarence M Dunbar. Mrs. Mabel (Wright) Beard.

Ellis, L.

Ganey.

J.

U.

H S

L Alma

Little

H

Howard. G.

Helton, Mrs. Erin (Trotman) Jenkins,

Laney,

E. E. J

W

McLure. John

.

.



R

Ozier. W. C Rogers, Zack

Reynolds, G. C Chas. G Smart, Mrs. Ben Shaw. Leslay P

Segars,

(Ford)

Whetstone. Sadie Wilson. Clemise Wiley. J. Lamar

A. E.

Rock.

Arkansas

Midway. Alaban., Wetumpka, Alabama Troy. Alabama Slocomb. Alabama Ozark. Alabama Troy. Alabama Birmingham, Alabama Butler, Alabama Brundidge, Alabama Troy, Alabama Abbeville. Alabama Dadeville, Alabama Montgomery, Alabama Florida

i

Norfolk!

Class of Abt. Mrs. Leone

(Carroll)

Bowden. Grover C BOZEMAN. W. O Curtis. J. Aubrey DOWLINC, Sam S

.....

Davison. Robt. P Enzor, Mary L. Han.son, Mrs. Elizabeth (Whittincton)

Hudson, J. E. Hudson. Mrs. Irene (Grant)

F.

Alabama Alabama Troy. Alabama Columbiana. Alabama Talladega. Alabama

Harris, R.

*Hall.

S. A., Ensley,

Montaomery.

Virginia

'08 Albany. Georgia I^lba.

Andalusia. Troy.

Alabama Alabama Alabama

Stark. Florida

US. Troy. Ackerville,

Elba.

LaPine.

Army

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

^Deceased.

Page

J'}J^^^\L1^\DJIJ>J Jackson, H. F KyzaR, L. Oscar

Selma, Alabama Tallassee.

McCalla, Mrs. Ruth (Thigpen) PlERSON. PlERSON,

T.

W.

Sylacauga,

C

W

Patterson, Mrs. Lu Olive (Jones) Rice, Mrs. Myrtice (Justice) Scott, Ora B Solomon, Mrs. Ruth (Shackelford)

Thompson, Ira

Alabimi Alabama

Birmingham. Alabama University, Norlh Carolina Dothan, Alabama Prattville, Prattville,

Eufaula,

A

Louisville,

Tow.NSEND, Mamie

Alabama Alabama Alabama Kentucky

Alabama Alabama Alabama Monroeville, Alabama Prattville,

Weaver, B. F WiDEMAN, Gertrude York, Mrs. Anna (Jones)

1

russville.

Central,

Class of '09 Brantley, Mrs. Julia (Wiley) Brown, Mrs. Annie L. (Jones) Chaffin, Nellie Carter, Mrs. Carrie (McBryde) DowLiNC, Annie Lou Enzor, Mrs. Nonie (Murphuee) Fuller, Essie May GellersTEDT, Lawrence L Kersh, Mrs. Ruth (Harmon) McKiNLEY, Mrs. Mary Emma (Key) Nall. Lela *ParTIN,

Rex

Troy, Huntsville,

Alabama Alabama Alabama Roano'ke, Alabama Troy, Alabama Troy, Alabama University, Alabama Troy,' Alabama Neenah. Alabama Troy, Alabama Fremont, Alabama Hartford, Troy, Troy-.

E

Peacock, Florrie Ross, Mrs. Lillian Reynolds, W. Sheppard, Leverte Wilson. PaULLIN

(Mills)

M

Worthy,

Alabama Alabama

Birmingham, Alabama

Clio,

Alab,,ma

Honoraville,

Alabama

Andalusia, Alab:,ma Troy, Alabama

Norma

Class of '10 *Black, James H Belser, Byrdie Boyd, Sallie Lee Boswell, Mrs. Sallie Mae (Clark) Brantley, Joe Kirven Canon, Mrs. Mary (Butler) Cowart. Ralph Dillard, John Fuller Dykes, Kate

Pike

W

U.

C.

T

Greene. Annie B Key. LucILE Lancaster, Mrs. Eddie Lee (Shackelford) McKlMMlE, LULA Belle (LaTTUILLE)

W

McKlNNEY, C. Mary, Mrs. Kate (Barp) Smith. Su.s:e May Sheppard, Gracie Starling, Josie

Sutherland. R. SwiiT,

H

Sidney

'Deceased.

Page

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Wett Point, Georgia Armv, A. E. F. Alabama Slocomb. Alabama Caslleberry, Alabama

3.

Gordon,

.\l ibam.<

Elba,

Alabama Alabama Alabama

Troy,

Weiumpka,

Ashford, .Alabama Banks, Alabama Troy, Alabam.i Ensley. Honoraville,

V

Thomas. Mrs. Delphine (Feminear) Ward. Forrest S

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

Moninomery,

DORMAN, LeWY Foster,

Troy. Road, Troy, Troy, Troy,

...

Alabama Alabama

Troy, Alabama Brewion, Alabama Troy. Alabama

Auburn. Butler.

Alabama Alabama

1

Class of boswell,

' 1

asbury

j.

Carter. J. T Driscoll. Mrs. Ethel Harper, Oren F Martln, Genie Paul, MaTTIE

s. a., a. e. f. Roy, Alabama Brewton, Alabama Marianna. Florida Troy. .Alabama Montevalio. Alabama

u.

Bower. Mrs. Lois (Presley) BoswELL, Mary Lou Bishop. Bernard T Black. Mrs. Ida Mae (Harmo.n)

»

McCullough, Alabama

(Jones)

Herberl, Alabama Welumpka, Alabama Troy. Alabama Daleville. Alabama Troy, Alabama Opeliica, Alabama Brewton, Alabama New Brockton, Alabama Clayton, Alabama

Dora

Register.

Thompson, Ara Taylor, Marion Thicpen, Mrs. Helen (Sanders) WhalEY, Lester

Whaley,

Mae

Ella

Class of

'12

Black, Peter C Borland. Annie Butler. Mrs. Lizzie (Cooper) CoPELAND, Lee H J.

Brantley.

Troy, Selma,

D

Cowart, Mary Dickinson, Dickinson,

Ttoy, Dothan.

O

R.

Enterprise,

H

Montgomery,

*DoRMAN, Ralph FaRRIS,

James

Hicks, Effie Jones, Pearl LucKlE. W.

A

Clayton,

M

Birmingham, Dothan, Elba,

V

McKniGHT, O.

E

MuLLiNS, Lewis Paul, Ethel

A

Chatom, Grove Hill, Newton, Troy,

U. S. Army White Oak Springs, Alabama

Riser, Arthur F Reid, Viola ScoFiELD, J. Franklin

M

Jasper,

Smith, George H. Jr

ScHULTZ, Ola Spradley, Mrs. Mary B. (Wilson) Trimble, Myrtle Tipton, Charles

Whaley, Annie

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

.

Alabama

St. Louis, Missouri Brundidge. Alabama Troy. Alabama LaFayette, Alabama Andalusia, A]abai::a .

Pearl

1

roy.

Alabama

Class of '13 Adams.

Hugh

U.

Army. A. E. F. Alabama Alabama Evergreen, Alabama Evergreen, Alabama

Claud F Anderson, Vivia Bennett, W. R Bennett, Mrs. Fearla (Moore) Brocden, Hiram J Clark, Collie Crew, John Howard Chapman, Roe Cowart, Elgin Heath, Guy 1

Iamil,

Ingram,

Pauline (Efurd) Josie

McGuiRE, Julia Park, Julia

M

S.

Brundidge.

.AvANT.

Daleville,

Andalusia, Alab^.mo Ocala, Florida

Alabama Alabama Army, A. E. F.

I'.lamville,

Russellville,

U.

S.

New

Orleans,

Montgomery, Gantt, Notasulga,

Marion,

Louisiana

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

Deceased.

Pate

.

Parks, J. Kendrick Pannell. Lovdie SlaTON. EverETTE Tkacard, Raymond E Shine, Vinnie I Stallings, Mattie Stephenson, Mrs. Gladys

Wadsworth. Ruth Williams, Albert Whaley, David

Ala

Alabama Alabama Alabama Red Level. Alabama Pigeon Creek, Alabama Alabama Eclectic, Alabama Birmingham. Alabama Trov, Alabama Eclectic. Alabama Central,

Florala.

Brantley,

(Hilton)

J

ZocH, LuciLE

Class of Boyd. Bessie „ , Braswell. Julia Carter, Arthur Corcoran. Lillis

'14 Birmingham, Alabama Trov, Alabama.

P

Gary, Floy Heustess, James

Troy. Clayton. Doth_..,

Holt, Noiasulga,

Comer,'

W

Montgomery,

Hunt, John B King. Mineola

Clio [

Lewis.

Mrs. Julia

(Murphree) [

James L.

Alabama Army, A. E. F. Alabama Montgomery. Alabama Troy, Alabama Doihaii, Alabama Perole Alabama Camden Alabama Dadeville. Alabama Ramer, Alabama Lockhart Alabama Montgomery," Alabama Birmingham, Alabama Carrollton,

U.

.

B

'. '.

[

Earle

G

Stanley, Mrs. Helen Till, W. Brewer Vaughan, Joseph T. Welden O. Kyle White. lizabeth ^augh. Margaret h

(Stephen.son) .

.

£,,,„;, Alabar^a Selma, Alabama

F

Williams, Clinton .. ., Mrs. Maggie

Mathews, Alabama „..,.„, l-u\ernf.

I-

^ Couch,

i

.,,,

(White)

Auburn.

.

IV^,,.

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Alabama Alabama

Doihan, Alabama Dayton, Ohio

p„„„

.

^Deceased.

Florida

'15

Barker, Annie E. Brantley. William H Benton. Jack K Bryan, \Vm. Harper

CowART, Bessie CoPELAND, Benjamin S Cox. Helen DUBOSE, W. CoPELAND Dickey Idelle Gay, J. Henry Harwell. Ruby Hall. Helen Hughes^ William M

Ai^k— Alabama

Jacksonville.

Class of

.

S.

X,o.,

Rumph, r>FEL Sellers,

Hull!

Wash ington, D. C [

OziER. James F'eacock, Margaret PiTTMAN, Mary Bea

Sellers, Robbie

Hope

Montgomery.

McPherson. Ruth Myers, Cscar G *McCall, Frank Rovenscrokt Mitchner, Lula (Dorrili.)

Snyder.

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

Ensley.

(Hall) Dorman. Carl DowLiNc. Nettie Ellis, Mary Beth Freeman, Allie Claude

Foley,

£lb,

Alabama Alabama Alabama

US

Snowdoun,

.

.

.

Army

Alabama Alabama r,„„ Alabama j,^„ Alabama 0,«rk. Alabama Central,

Mr/tf^

•r}j^;)^\LL^\Djy>j B Mary Vic

James, Sarah

Mauk.

Elmore, Troy.

McLuRE, Roy Owens, Perry S

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Perote, Alabama Columbiana, Alabama Mobile, Alabama Troy, Alabama Piegon Creek, Alabama Eclectic, Alabama Brundidge,

PriTCHETT. \'era (Snyder) Rainer, Kathryn Ray, Rufus

RuMPH, May Belle Shaw, Phares B Sanders, Lancelot Skinner, Pierce S

Letohatchie,

Troy, Troy,

M

Ina

Stallincs,

Alabama Alabama

Atlanta, Georgia

Tucker, Bernard D Whaley, Frank Whaley, Epsie Lee

U. Troy.

S.

Army

Alabama

Class of '16 Alabama Alabama Alabama Headland, Alabama Opp, Alabama Eclectic, Alabama Dozier, Alabama Talladega, Alabama Dothan, Alabama Webb, Alabama Troy, Alabama Comer, Alabama Castlcberry, Alabama Bay Minette, Alaba Red Level, Alabama Pine Level, Alabama Birminqham, Alabama Tallassee, Alabama

AcEE, Beatrice Atkins, Elizabeth Bayles, Arthur E Blackshear, Tom Cheatham, James E., Jr Chrietzberg, Bertha Clark, Roland H David, Glenn Dickinson, Pauline Forrester, Della Gellerstedt. Margaret Gary, Annie L

Grantham, Hendrick

Sweet

A

Hall. Bessie Harris Hogg, Mrs. Arkie (Senn) Kirkland, Bessie Kate LaTTUILLE, Nelle

W

Melton, Okley McKinnon, Annewille McKinnon, Onyx

Washington, D. C. Chancellor,

McLuRE, Joseph Owen, Mrs. Cenus (Denny) Pitts, Mignonne Perdue, Clyde Rockett, Russell Dedie Sanders, Winnie Sellers, Otis A Somerville,

Hermione

West. Nell YoUNGBLOOD.

Aliceville.

Shady Grove.

J

Dothan, Stockton,

Headland.

RuTH

Tallassec,

Class of Baker.

Ben

H

Bishop, Mildred Boyd, Helen Bell. Ola Pauline

Barnett. Bradley, BrassELL,

Alab.ima

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama

Troy, Troy, Cottonwood,

D

Gertrude

Mary JirdIE

'I

Alabama

Troy, Milltown, Eufaula,

Union Springs, Gordo,

R

Ross,

Stuckey. Walter Todd, Lila Tompkins, Marie

Water, Troy.

Monroeville,

7 Clayton.

Comer. Brewton, Brewton, Troy. Trey. Elmore.

Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama A!ab.ima

Alabama

*Deceased.

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•r}J^;iiiLL^\DJiJ>J BuRKETT. Ernest G Clark, Mattie CoE. Mrs. Johnnie Clayton, Nora Croxton, Mary Croxton, Nancy Coulter, Sue Elliott Douglass, Marguerite Dean, Mary Davie, Harriett Emmons, Lillie Belle George, Beall Hammack, Joseph J HiLDRETH, Hubert Helms, Ira L

Butler Springs,

Alabama Alabama Alabama Three Notch. Alabama U. S. Armv, A. E. F Montgomery, Alabama Clio, Alabama Troy, Alabama Ariton, Clayton, Monroeville,

W

Howard, Margaret Hanks, Marvin A Harrison, Nicholas Jordan, Nettie Jordan, Wm. R Jacobs, King,

Ernest V Zera Inez

Looser,

W. C

Leatherwood,

U.

W

Mattie

M

Gertrude

Shows, Mrs. Bessie (Carier) Laurei.EI

Thomas, Norma Thomas, Maggie TownsEND. Ena

M

Clas.s Abernathy, Lennie *Arnold, F^ALPH Ayres, Marguerite Anderson, Vera Atkinson, John H Brantley, Margaret BuFFINGTON, Annie Bishop, Willie Brown, Mrs. Clara Belle Byrd, Viola I^EBECCA Ci.anahan, I'.lmer Cook, Inez Corker, Erah

Cadenhead, Dessa Mae Clayton, Nolie

Page

Army

Alabama Alabama Dozier, Alabama Ariton, Alabama Union Springs, Alabama Abanda. Alabama Braggs, Alabama Clio, Alabama Clio, Alabama Scale, Alabama New York Tallassee, Alabama Midland City, Alabama Speigners, Alabama Brantley, Alabama Clio. Alabama Troy, Alabama Trey, Alabama Clayton, Alabama Clayton, Alabama Wetumpka, .-Mabama Carnegie, Oklahoma Ozark, Alabama Wetumpka, Alabama Halchediubbee, Alabama Troy, Alabama Greenville,

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