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6Dedicntion

This book is dedicated to

Superintendent Fred W. Young

who has labored tirelessly and

faithfully in his .ef{orts to raise

the standardS of Merigold

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&ast 6(j)ill and, @estament

D. the mernbers of th€ Class of 1937 of

.the Iligh School of l{erisotd, Nis$issippi,

harins cone to the € d of our

long school life in a p€aceful state of, rYhat we

have been pleased to calt nind, tD accoldance

$'ith the la;s of this state. do herebl gire and

bequeath and d€vise all our worldly knowledge,

gooals, and possessions, xith al1 the app'rrte_

tenances anal heeditam€nts thereunto belongins,

as seeneth wise and fittirg in our judsment,

without taking advice or counsel lrom anyone,

and $jthout being influenc€d in the least by past

favors or alisfarors, past kindness or unkind'

ness. The lollowing itens are oru bequests t.

those who ere left to lament olr depafiurei

Item No. 1-$e give and b€itueath to our fac'

ully sll lhe amazing knowledg" and slrnling inlormation

that '!ve hale gilen them in tJle clalsroom.

W€ al€o wish Jor them many peace{ul

and happy days and nights, as we fully .ealize

th€ hardships that th€y hav€ had to undergo in

teaching us, the Senio. Class.

Item No. 2-1Ve give and bequeath to ihe

Junior Class, to its members collectively and indilidually,

oul. djerity and place in th€ heaft.s

of the teachers.

Item No. 3-We, the individual members or

the class, give aDd bequeath the foltowing prrvat€ly

and individually owned items:

I, Willis T'rances Malley, leave my knowledgc

and ambiiion to be a doctor to Dan Smith.

1, Nellie Burms, leaye nly talent in art io

Margaret Blalock.

;{IS morring Nhen I rNakened I was truubled

rvith vagr]e thoughts. Ther€ seem€d

to be sonething I must do, something out

o{ the ordinary. Oh, yes! Suddenly I rcnenberedl

This was the day for the reunion of our

high school class rhich had parted hleniy yeal's

ago. One or trvo of rnx clas$nates I had seen

sinc€ graduation, but the majority ol thern I had

nor. ,Ho,v.long it had LF"n lhcsp l$enlJ Jears

-ano yet noF snolt I

I dressFd hurrhdlv. in a lrpnzl oi anxioll"

anticipation. I barely had time to catch th€ train

that canied me back to my dear old Alma Mater

and to my classmates.

I soon lound mys€lf le^ving the train in Nleri-

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r, Pauhre Seawrisht. 1r'ill mJ. talenr ir ]nuiic

to Thelrna Mccauh.

I. Ilarg1rprire \Villsl'ir". ilasirF Ihal rnJ Lreau

I'ful red hair L'non:p lle -o.- trot,"rly or' LLcilie

Oowart.

T, Yirgin:a Li\in5tou, L.quenlb my basLer

ball aLiliil to l,ucille Rnberis.

I, Mary Louis Turner, desirc that my rare ac-

.crtr bF lFfl ro Daiid Pectt.s.

I, Sam Robelas, Jr.. hun,LlJ bcquearh mJ abit.

ity to make lore to Johr,nie Bunus.

L Lluyd SmiLl,, rlill nry s,n.e or l',rrnor to

Clrltis Hutclinson-

I, Bernis Pollard. desire my iove {or th€ Comne_rcial

Departm€nt to be left to Dlmo lfcoary.

lve, th€ membeN of the Class of 193?. wish it

uDderstood that i{ any benefieiary oI this doaurrFor

slould arlcmpf fo dtJru(F or qet !ridr dxy

lcgany hcrcin, le shall imrn"diarFh b€ cut oII

fr.om aU provisions of said docdrent anrl be

"cast iDto the outer darkness" of rhe nnx,entioned

zon€s of ignorancc. trtrthermore, shoutd

any outsider attempt to criticize, find fault, in,

teder.e, or crvil with any of ihe provisions herein

qF' Jorrh. hF must immediaraly be .anfeD.ed

lo work fr^m onc to eigl,t Louh. lr..ording to

tnF rIs.rFirr'I nt thc .ourl, ar Ile task ol compiling

family tlees {or Beowulf and crendet.

TTarcunto hare I spr Iny l,aEd and scat. Lru$_

irg Ihlr all Il'" provisions hnrein pro.ta;nred are

as !ralrFrablc and rrdissotubte rs rhF farnous

la\\s ot the Medes and Persirns

(Sielled) THD CL"\SS OF 19A?.

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6Propltecjr of e@lass of Ig37

gold Hurriedly I salkcJ 1o lh. scloot bxildiDg.

As I mared, maDJ r,pw sigbB ereeled nJ ,yds.

lharc {as a DcN addirion for the conmFrcifll

lrpp€fim.nr. XIJ Er,Fnrioo was drarqn ro a beau_

r]|ur np$ burtctrIlg on thp .ampus. tt da\vnFJ

upon rnF flra1 ihis musr be the gymnasiuj! $e

nad kaxtod tsenty yeurs ago.

r. trcnl into tha main building, and as I Dasse,l

.3nh r-oom. meraori€s of rl,c dear, naricntlpach.

crs. 01 .lassmalcs. and oI .tjcris\cd in.iJenB

svepl owr me. NFarinS rhe srudy hal, f sas a

smalr group staDdjng nesr ihe door tatkins.

\-Io rould rhat inrcliecni tootiin* lad;flandrn"g

nca.rFst mF bc? Stre looled virv fomitiar

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norFd brair sp.cjatisr, who is nos encasFd iu Ie.

sFar.l at Johns HopkiDs lnst;rD1c in 6atrimore.

I had heard and read of how she has becorne so

su..rsslul in her profpssion, bur thiq was thc

rilst timF I had s"en }er sinne May 29, I937.

Sam. Robn s. Jr.. and bis Irpriy Iiirte wif,,

FcrF lhpre. I soon tFarneal lbal Sam s lifp-tong

a'nbirion to plry- aD iEstrumenr in an orrhpsrra

nao ocptr laauzed: rc has cven gonF further thaD

thar rDd orgaDrzecl an ornbesrra oI bis o\vx.

I\Iargu.rile WilkhirF was rhere. ioo. poor

rlaigr,erire las Iad Icr rroubtFs. Shorltv after

i,Fr rnarnagp io a $catrhy business mon, lic di"n.

rrargllFrn., of_.ourqa I"tt beif ,o hi\ propcrry,

bu1 sooD_found rlar atrcr mortgag"" ana dd.is

w^ere pard o,L the only lbing left lor her uas a

zuo-arrc larm in Texas. Sle wenr th"rp immedrriFry

lo gel a$ay lrom ilp .ruel, cold sorld

and lo forget h.r bDrdpDq. ShF has dpvoted rha

rasr. |/.yFarR.-ol-her life ro trlin- lo pprfecr a

ronrc.1nar wrI kaap rowboys from beins bo\r€gRecl.

Tlarp was^-Nc BurnN. T would t{now her

3nl vncr.. sha has rcalizFd hFr aTbilion to bc

I bpauty operaior. hrvins opcned a nhain of

D.iutt partors orpr rlc counrry. sle has rom

p"_:lg:9,.?iI ..o_I"riF undpr the namc of

ntemlsh H,cmoeFr," gus ran

tFed 1o rcrnove , ta.iat btemishcs in-f;fteex

rnrnurF^q. uvcn Nrth a 1}iq qoc.ess, qhp srilt has

nopes lor a husband anil lome

Virsinia Livitrgston has bccn dan.ins in a

\\crLrno\n Diglr ctub jn N.w york for ihe pasr

lrrecn lFars Her loog carpel has been raiher

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s!.cpsslul. 1oo: sl" har inrroduFFd sevFlal ne\\

darcas ol hef or,n nleariorr \\hirb have bc.ome

populdr rn att dancins circles.

., IIary Lois Tumer, 1yho joined the chss rtr

wan prescnf. StF inlormed

nrF lbal sIc is }appitJ marrjFd and thar her r\rin

sons wrlt bc. sraduarpd from Mer;gold High

nen0ol n€xt June

. As T "tr cd down thc ha , I mer BFmis pol_

larcl.. tsemrs said r}€r hp bad gotrc to co .ge

and hacl l€ler senured a pos r'on as cashi/r rn a

Lo\ rlngctN bank. Hc has }ad many r,rumo

rons srE.p-thai 1imc. and rumoE h;nt tbat hF

wrrr su.ceFd the p.csid.nt rvh.n he rFtircs al the

, LloJd Smirh slitt rhinks rhal a farme. leads

lnc Desl lrfc. lrosevpr. bv somc suddFD rurn of

lalc, hc has rouEd himse|| $.;rh a five_vear conrrarl

wjr_h Rinsting BnorhFrs Cir.Ds. ilis work

rs rnar oJ a contortiotrist_

During her hich schoot days. pautinF Sca_

wlgor,rnought.rhe-sta.q bad dF.reed her a poel.

r!everrhctess. sbp bas nor wriltqL a po.m in

Tal{ Taly y?arsr in fa.r. nor sitrne before s}e

rrnrsnFd b.hoot. She met a mrn who ownpd an

orangF. srok,in, Southcrn C!tifornia, ran aBaJ

\\rrn nrm.-ard ihey werc bappily marrjed. Her

prcspnr. plan rs ro spFnd ihc rcmainder of ber

irl€ trckrng oratrges jn crljfomia

, I arn pe.Dtiarty_happJ.roDishr. Th{e can be

asarn. al|d l- rFtor.e thrr Fa.h }rs mrde a rvodh

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"Did Dr. Btank take vour blood pressule?"

J'ct (eptin' mY Natc} "

"I doD't know. bcss; I ain't nissed nothin'

A nc\ ductor wds csl .d Io r\o|k on lrrp nabe

sinc€ the olC darky's condition did noi impro\'€

Small Son (crfns) Boo hoo! Brwl

Fath€r-Wrrat's th€ matter ?

Son NIy feet hurt because my new shoes

- Fathei Why, Do wonder, you have them

Son-Yessir, bul-boo hool those are

only feet I \'e got.

lfan There was a bug nr that lasi nut I .rto.

Frierd-H€re, quick, drink t}is Nater to lvaslr

it dowt.

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NatiYe-Yes, brrt you'll do for bleaidasi.

Doctor I 1vi]l exanire

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find it, I'11 gi1,c

Teacher-Tha class will noN nam€ re lo\lcl

species of lifei starting with John.

Nep-Uo\l' djd the s\yirnins tean c:rlrle outi

Mary J_ane startled her fanily one N€rv yeal.s

bt announclna:

' Dr,iri). Hpl.n and I hl*" 'na,t" a r"rotLrio!

'lo|Irng

rot to fisht any more."

" lIade a {hatl "

"A revolution."

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CMerigold @ies for @hird 6fulace in $illadenic

{oiterary e@ontests in e&tate 6#ield @4,eet

rT:rD ltEntCut,D uiqh s.t,ool mrde rs bes,

I r"" rd in a.ad^rnic lircrar\' conrest! in rhe

- srarp rielll n.car ar Starklile ta$ w€ek. The

follo{ing clipping fmln the Jackson Daitu News

s€nt in hom State Coll€se sho$'s that Me gotd

tied for i}jd place in academic literary con-

' \or'l,.i.r l\lis.rssippi and Tun.to took lhr

."a,1 an,ong,li"rri.l. anrl schools. respea,vety, in

lrl"rary .oDIasls at thF 'rarr high snhool meer

"Norrhcnsl pi'.d up 85 poinrs, bpins fo|os"J

bJ Ddra \iif i8 Rig Bla.k a7. Soui\e"sr +J,

and South C€ntral 39. Tup€Io e,ith 17 pojnis

in a.e'hmin lirFrarl contFq,s $as pushed bt Hotl]

SpIirss Nifh lC, and Kosciusko. Winona and

Nerisold rvith 15 each. "

. lrl€nertary Civics Henry Park Hiterj tenth,

The follorvins students plac€d in rheir respec,

Adranced Civics-John Bur s, ffrst; 5 points.

An€ricaD Historl' Sam Brocato, secord, 4

Riology-Willis f'rances Maltey, s€cond, 4

Tylirg-Sam Roberts, Jr., tonth, 1 point.

Tl,p cirir"ns of l\'lcrigold ar" prouri of rhrs cxrplJenr

il,o$ins. 'flF) "onsidpr ir r qrear bonor

ro 'ip or rlird pla.c in .ont"s1s in nhrch ap

oroxir.ar"lJ 400 vhoo s parricipar"d espe.iatiy

s.n.d rrp toFit tirgt. s, h0ot has onty aDproximatpl\

;5'o 80 n prls "rrollal n 1. h:sh \.hoot cle

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Cleleland two weeks ago, Meriaold placed foufth

iI acaalemic literary contests, Ninning 30 poirts

and placing in €very departnent except one.

Fifty-trvo schools competed in these examlna,

tions. The follo{ing studenh placed in their

Iespective contests in the Delta Field Meetr

Biology-Willis tr'rances nfa ey, Jirlt, 5

Adlanced Civics-John Burrus, ffrsi, 5 points.

Ame ca4 Histort--Sam Brocato, second, 4

Elenentary Civics Henry Park Hiter, second,

4 points.

lvorld History-Louise Harrinston, second, 4

points.

Elelenth Enslish-Thel'na McGaIIh, thid. 3

Typjng San Roberts, Jr., third, 3 points.

Elementary Algebra Pulves Mclaurin, fifth,

I point.

Bookkeeping*Bernis Pouard, fifth, 1 point.

ATHLETIC MEET

David Peeples, Sophonole, placed third in the

mile at the Delta Field and Track Meet at Cleveland,

Aprii 16. Time: 4:53.

Curtis Hutclison, JuDior, placed fourth in

Pole Vault, vautting against such boys as P€ery,

Gr€enville, and \rorth, B€lzoni-trvo of th€ best

vaulters in tbe state. Norlh broke the state

record, reachins 11 feet 8 inches. "Turkey"

also placed lifth in the lov hurdles.

Roy Pre{itt, Freshnan, placed fifth in the

high hurdles.


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