Albany High School - Thronateeska Yearbook (Albany, GA)

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We, the Senior Class of 1950, dedicate this, our year book, to Mr. Kalmon, Chairman of the Albany Board of Education. 5 WY? THE BEST YEARS OIF CUHUR ILJWIES WRITTEN BY THE ANNUAL STAFF ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL ILLUSTRATED THE ART EDITORS 'A' P bl hdbys ly -1950 Alb y G g 7 TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE .... CHAPTERS III. VI1. V THE SLAVE DRIVERS-FGCUZIJ' --- GoNE WITH THE WIND-Seniors TIME FOR DEc1s1oN-juniors - AGE OF INNocENcE-Sophomores - THE GREEN YEARS-Freshmen ........... Oun HEARTS WERE YouNc AND GAY-CZubS --- BLOOD, SWEAT, AND TEARS-Sports ..... ALL THIS AND HEAVEN Too-Superlatives - DOWN TO EARTH-Last Will and Testament .... GREAT ExPEcTAT1oNs-Class Prophecy .... PILGRIMS PROGRESS-C1655 History ..... 8 1-6 9-14 15-46 47-50 51-56 5762 63-88 89-98 99-110 111-112 113-114 115- CHAPTER 1 'Me Slave Dzdaew B' ?czcaZz'q XS X Sf j. CORDELL O. ALLEN Sul-ERINTENDENT SUPERINTENDENT liMliRl'I'll5 Qi X x Y HAROLD E. MCNABB PRINCIPAL 10 Mrs. .'XllLll'1'Y Cullins Rin-lmrd l'mutrigI1t English, l'wl'l'lll'll -Iulm A. CllL'rl'y Nlalcllim- Shop ,w Y in x Y scam 5 xv N Iinglfsll llmwtllv Cook English, KIOIIPYIII NIiltlll'lllilfiCS 5 E :ww 3 e sw i i NILll'gllt'l'ilt' Fm Suriaxl SllIlIil'S clilllllllll VVillium ll. Cora- S. Il. Croc-n English Baud, Chorus Radio, Electricity, Vctcruns 4 . N. C. Hatcher lllstory, Cuu,r.1l Busmess Girls' Basketball Coach 1'-'iw Mrs I I Hoguc Llbrarlm C. ll. llowell Chcmistrv, Plwsics, Guidance Mary llmlsun Cvnlvml lNl1lllll'lllllllL'S -I .0 nALl,,f Mrs. Tlmcl Hughes Mrs. S. A. julum Mrs. Wayne C. Lung XV, A. Lou Spuucll Spanish Business Education Biology Mrs. -luck Xlilwurcl Iloinc l'iconoinit's Af av-uw IM . 4' n f"'J""'f,M 'lf' .. l u- bww , ,N l?liysit-gd lftllltfill in f-ffcf "'7'f 7 JJ? I . 1' .lalcli Ulllricn Algc-lim v Croydon l'ic-rc-sv Thelma Plant Ina Rnnclitt Elizabeth Robison English, journalism Mathematics Distributive Education llc on Nvwsonn' V 1 Assistant Footliaill Coin-li J. C. T., Mvclnniicail Drawing S CN , ' uniw xxx mmm WN N . f. M NR. FRN t fstgiy at in, j. Glynn Sowell Industrial Arts Boys' Basketball Couch ll. F. Sperry Physical Education Football Coach AWN? As ALI, ,fmbf 16,7-4 Mrs. Johnny Sublette Secretary Mrs. Pauline F. Tatum Secretary Mrs. T. R. Thornton 3 Business Education l Be5-l- Lu :lakes f 'LL-MJIA1 Mrs. XV. NI. Van Cise Harriett Walton Howard D. XVaters ,lame-s H. XVatson Art Secretary Vocational Education Auto Mechanics iff! I RQ? , CJ ! J J 5 wb ffy X Z ik 15 MANY LOU GRIFFIN Www liach ycar. hi' a sccrct vote of thc faculty. a girl is choscn for thc Kiwanis zlwanl. anml a hoy lor thc hlclntosh Award. Thcsc awarcls constitutc rhc highest honors which a scnior ol' Mhany High School can rcccivc. and Ihcy arc awarclccl to thc boy anal girl who havc cxccllccl in citizenship, scholarship, anal lcaclcrship. This year the Kiwanis ,Xwarcl was won hy Mary Lou Grillin, anal thc Mclntosh Award by 'lamcs Calhoun. Anothcr honor cqually distinctive is that conlcrrccl upon thc scnioi' who is clcctccl Stuclcnt Rcprcscntativc. Vann Vllhalcy was choscn for fhc honor this year. JAMES CALHOUN X x 16 4 . xx 3 VANN NVHALEY E I A y wi Asp :!. X X--""'f 602601 444 Major Characters '13 X wi IUICI. NIIKICLI. EMILY DANN Imp' Ifn-mlm-nt Girls' Prvside XYillmr tzlintlll NYx1n'll Dux is -Iaunvs tzllulllllll Yin' lflllily Dzum lf4u'll+nu lluiv PYVSS ,Iuvl Xlikvll 1,lHlkll'll Xlalyn Vivl' Bulmlwy Cfullwrlsml Alauwl SXYUHI Y VlQlI'2lSlll'l'I' Sven-talry I'r1-sidm-nt Pu-sich-nt livpmtm' P11-sinlcnt l'n'sillm'l1l Svc-H-tary l1l't'1lSllI'l'l' X r' 17 WU' WW- CEORCE BEGCS "Leave silence to the saintsg I am but human." HAZEL BARNETT "A beautiful smile is to the female countenance What the sunshine is to the land- scapef' Entered '49g Bookworms '50g Band '50g Pow Wow Staff '50, Business Staffg Tri-Hi-Y '50. ii' wo' DAN BARR "It's quality, not quantity that makes the man." Science Club '47g Band '46-'50g Clee Club '48-'50g Boys Chorus '48-'49g Dance Band '49-'50g Soeco Club '48g Bookworms '50g Mamie Brosnan His- tory Club ,50g Basketball '48g Foot- ball '49g QMC '50g Octet '50g Chem- istry Club '49g Physics '5Og Art '47, WARNER BAXTER "My wishes would prevail with me, My purpose should not fail with me." U. S. History Club '50g Bookworms '50g Basketball '50g Baseball '50. 18 LA VERNE ANDERSON "There's nothing either good or bad But thinking makes it so." XVorld llistory Club '-185 junior Latin Club 549, Praetorg Art Club '-49g Book- worms '50g Cursus Honorum '50g Chemistry Club '5U. JIMMY BARNES "If you have never met him You have missed it allg For that black hair, You are bound to fall." Football '46-'48g lli-Y 518-3195 jr. Sr. Decorating Committee l49g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Sr. Ring Committee '50g Spanish Club '48-'49g Clee Club '48-'50g Chemistry Club ,48-'49g Boys Chorus '48-'-194 Thy- malian Club '47-'48g llonor Cuarcl '46-'47g Sergeant Ir. Police '49-'50g World History Club '47-'48g jr. Play '49. it 5 N f ii-.pt TQ , fl? so nv- 5 ,ff fi HILTON BROOKS "A true friend indeed, He certainly fits the need." Basketball '46-'49g Track ,48-'49g History Club ,48-'50, DOROTHY BASS "New-made friendships, like new wine, Age will mellow and refine." Entered '49g Pow NVow Staff '50 Business Staff, Reporter, ' 3 as si Nt' A X J vw- gp-IN Q: l X 5,-. Q n . 1 - r X i f P hsgs: 1' PAT BURKE "Leisure is a beautiful gannent, but it will not do for constant wear." Beta Club '48, Chemistry Club '49, Science Club '47g Art Club '47-'50g U. S. History Debate Club '50g Book- worms '50, Jr. Latin Club '49. JAMES CALHOUN "Bringing peace and good will with him everywhere." Band '46-'50g Beta Club '47-'50g Art Club '46-'50, Glee Club '50g Ameri- can Legion Oratorical Contestant '48 12nd placejg Annual Staff '50, Pow Wow Editor '49g Hi-Y '48-'50, Treas. '50g Key Club '49-'50, Sect. '50g Vice Pres. Sr. Boys '50, U, S, History De- bate Club '50g Chemistry Club '49, V. Pres. '49, Bookworms '50g Boys Chorus '50g Dance Band '49-'50, Cur- sus Honorum '49-'50g Jr. Latin Club .'49g Jr. Latin Hour '48, Jr. Sr. Com- mittee '49g Jr. Play '49g Movie Op- erator '49-'50, Hi' 2 ' r id i V., . if in n- t. N 'gf XL. .--?'+,er'e I 'i'g,Qf'gQ'f' f H. . . . L, MI fn Z f it f - .3 . ivgw X . : f: - X ' c- - - X. .ew A ,V at . v . . is , gm . 'DJJ Q, ,N-Q 2- lx.. 1-,.s.:. .. tw f A, .i ga K '- 5 . ' K 'vs ,SY 3 N 'W EX Psi Sfgjf.. ilisie-N531 -. 1 E - s- gy X r as 43:52 x . E iq! i X - we s if Q as ' at A? .P Qg AE is ,K AX?-QR X V, M -- fs .M is- 'zfgtgg .- 4 5t. f, ,W ' A- 1-nm' 1 W, is i 1 e wwf as .sb ,. we -1. l sg sw.-,wise fb X 'usa 3533:-33.53 v L. I, , My wg JANE BASS "Pretty is her face, And big is the place she holds in our hearts." General Science Club '47, Art Service "mm Club '47-'50- V President of Girls Ny 3 n vw N ' X '48g Tri-Hi-Y '49g Jr. Sr. Decorating K ,, ,M Ji 'K Comm. '49g Sweetheart of AHS 495 X - "rand, Ll V Jr. Play '49g Thymalian Club '49-'50g W . X 01,37 ' Bookworms '50, Annual Staff '5Og Sr. . ,,,: - " i 1' X K , v-,Q History Debate Club '50, Jr. Latin -- I 1 ' ffl! I JM7li1b '50, JAMES CASTLEBERRY , 1, f 'S 9 -61 "Manhood, not scholarship, is the S gi. 1 V1 first aim of education." N 'Qi A A 1 A President of Fresh. Boys '46g Band X uxqt '- . I ff .,,,' fa '46-'50, Sergeant at Arms of Jr. Class ' , J if ., 6 '48g Band Captain '48-'49g Track '49- ' '50, 19 srsvl . 355' A Mi RUDOLPH CLARK 7, "A deep seated reverence for all Vg pl things true, 5' 5 .ji And the courage to do what he -5 thinks tight." 1 Entered '49g U. S. History Club '50g p J if Soeco Club '50g Chemistry Club '49g 41 ,t :,"' i E ' ' fTrtick '49-'50g Basketball '5Og Ili-Y sl ll y gf yi ,SOD by , ' . -H r it rf - 5 i ,, WILBUR CLIFTON Q V pk , if "He has the wit to discover what is i i I A ' N f worth while, Q, f- I ffl- And the fortitude to follow it." Band '47-'50g Key Club '49-50, Vice- President '49g Spanish Club '49-'50, Vice President '49g President of Span- ish Club '50g Chemistry Club '49g Beta Club '48-'50, Treasurer '50g Boolcworms '50g Movie Operator '49- '50g Treasurer of Senior Class '50g General Science Club '47, Vice-Pres. '47g U. S. History Club ,505 Program Chairman of Debate Club '50. JAMES CLINARD In "A better friend you'll never find . Q Although you search the ocean ,:,- ti' ' A brine." -' CLAIRE BEDENBAUCH fl "Charm is the measure of attrac- A ' X, ti0n's power N23 Y,".?"'Y3" To chain the fleeting fancy of an hour." Q ' Ilome Ee. Club '47-'48, Secretary '47g History Club '48g Mamie Brosnan 'Q J llistorv Club '50g S. O. S. Club '50, 1 ig Ji Secretary. ' ,Yi 5 f 20 t t 'f ,,- ANNE BAUMCARTEL as She's pleasant to look upon, She wears good lookin' clothes. She's attractive to all the girls And admired by all the beauxf' a Science Club '47g Home Ee. Club '47-'48g History Club '48g Haclio Club '48g Cirls Chorus '49-'50g Spanish Club 5495 Jr. Sr. Program Committee: S. 0. S. Club '50g Pro 'rain Clllllllllttt't' American History Cllhb '50g Book- worlns '50g Clee Club '47-'50g 4-ll Club '50. PHILIP CLARK "Worthy of praise, So with us he stays." Spanish Cub '46-'47, '49-'50g Physics Club '47-'48g Chemistry Club '49-'50g llistory Club '47-'-185 Football '45- '50g Baseball ,47-'50g Basketball '47- 50g Sec.-Treasurer of Senior Class '48-49g All-Region I Entl-Football '48-,49g All State Pitclu-r-Baseball '48-'49g Track '48, t X X MURRAY COLEMAN "A smile is the whisper of a life." MARJORIE BENNETT "Joy is not in things, it is in us. How sweet the words of truth breathed from the lips of love." Cleo Club '49g junior Spanish Club '49g Senior Spanish Club '50g World llistory Club '49. BOBBY CULBERTSON "What care I when I can lie and rest, Kill time and take life at its very best." Football '46-'50g Block A Club '47- '50g Beta Club '48-'50g Spanish Club '48-'49, Sec, Treasurer '49g Chemistry Club '48g T, A. B. Club '48g jr. Sr. Committee '48g Radio Club '48g Ir. Police '48-'49, Lt. '49g History Club '49g Key Club '48-'50, Vice-President '50g Hi-Y ,49-'50g Vice-President ,50g Physics Club '5Og Sr. Play '49g Sr. Boys Secretary '5O. JAMES DANIEL "If you want a thing well done, Do it yourselfg 'Tis an excellent adage always." "Pups" Basketball '48g History Club U Ng-f D k . '49g Baseball '48-'50g Chemistry Club Qs' Y 7 '48g Physics Club '49g Movie Oper- , ator '49g Varsity Basketball '49-'50g ze ,El I .b an Art Club '46g Hi-Y '49g Honor Society . - A '46-47g Beta Club '48-'50g T. A. B. V I Club '48g Key Club '50g Block A Club M 4 . 3 . I '5Og Pow Wow Photo rapher '50, . Q. . Q . F' .lf4"'l ' . ff S A . .- ' .. rf-' " 21 ' .-.M T we Q - as . WX ? X 'E-sl. . gg .11-I . Q.: 1: -4 .a - ' ' R , " 1 Qi . . s. - ' ' 'S t M , 12 2 is -fri 9.x-N' -H. egazawa .3 ' ' h ,YZ A A , ,vw ANN BLACKMAN J I "Her rose-like cheeks did blush, But all in comely grace." Ec. General Science Club '47g Home Club '48g Buenos Vecinos Club '49- '50, Sec. '50g jr. Sr. Committee ,495 Tri-Hi-Y '49-'50g Bookworms '50- Debate Club '50. A JIMMY DAUCHTREY "Every man is a volume if you know how to read him." U. S. History Debating Club '50g World History Club '49g Key Club '49g Bookwonns '50. 39 :ffjffi V i my ' ml? , , , V. sg,.-- X ...Wa , . at u lzu -3 ' A ceety .: . i: .:. A i i ' - i w -1f"' - s' , PAUL DUBOSE "Self control as well as one of the greatest of virtues, is one of the rarest." Beta Club '47-'50g Chemistry Club '49: Key Club '49-'50g Senior Ilistorv Debate Club ,50g Bookworms '50g French Club '49-'50, Treasurer '49, Physics Club '50. SARAH BRANCH "Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit." Entered '50g Soeco '5Og Bookworms 'F0g Clcc Club '50g Sextet '50, Tri- lli-Y '50. SIDNEY DEES .,, yr X' ug' "'u 1- n "True eloquence consists of saying All that is necessary, And nothing but what is necessary." DALE DORMAN "And surely 'tis no sin for him to sit and grin." Football '46-'48g Glee Club '48-'49, Boys Chorus '48-'49, Hi-Y '49-'50, Ir. Po ice '49-'50, Chemistry Club '48- '49g Thymalian Club, Latin Club '48- '49g Spanish Club ,48-'49g World History Club '47-'48, Jr. Play '49g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50, Jr. Sr, Decorating Committee '-49. 22 MARY BOYETT "Let your name and your fame And your courage declare, What a woman can do What a woman can bear." Entered '49, junior Latin Club '49, Aedileg Tri-lli-Y '49-'50, Bulletin Board Chairman Jr. Sr. Committee '-19g Tennis Team '49-'50g Cursus Honorum '50, Bookwornls '50g Presi- dent Art Club '49-'50, Project Chair- man Beta Club '50, Debate Club '50, President Animal Staff '50g Art Ed- itor. REX DAVIS "To act is easy, To think is hard." U. S. llistorv Debating Club '50g Boolcworms '50. ARTHUR DURSHIMER "Honest, smart, and good looking too," The world has need of men like you." Football '46-'50, Basketball '46-'47, Chclnistry Club '47-'48, Physics Club '50, Sccrctary, Sr. llistory Club '49, Vice-President, lli-Y Club '48-'50, Jr. Policc '48-'50, Lt. '50, Golf '48-'50, jr. Sr. Committee '48, Latin Club '48- '40, Consul, Block A Club '50, Pow Wow Staff '50. ERNEST FORD "Brevity is the soul of wit." llistory Dcbate Club '50, "B" Foot- ball Tcam '47, Varsitv Football '48- '50. ' LOIS BRAZIER "There is no chance, no destiny, no fate, Can circumvent or hinder or control The firm resolve of a determined Soul." Tri-Hi-Y '49-'50, Delegate to Wes- leyan '49, President '50, Christian Life Conference '49, Gl-ee Club '48- '50, Librarian '50, All State Chorus '49, Sextet '48-'50, Girls Chorus '48- '50, Beta Club '48-'50, World History Club '48, Secretary, Soeco Club '48, Secretary, French Club '49-'50, Treas- urer '50, Bookworms '50, Pow Wow Editor '50, Annual Staff '50, Assistant Literary Editor, Mamie Brosnan His- tory Club '50, FTA '50, Ir. Sr. Dec- orating Committee '49, Speech '5O. JIMMY FREEMAN "Let the world move on, I'll not budge an inch." Football '45-'50, Basketball '46-'50, Baseball '47-'50, Golf '48, Spanish Club '47-'49, Chemistry Club '47-'48, Mamie Brosnan History Club '50, Glee Club '48-'50, Boys Chorus '48- '50g Boys Octet '49-'50, Men's Chorus '48-'50, Physics Club '50, World His- tory Club '46-'47, Pow Wow Staff '5O. 23 PEGGY BUNDRICK "Peg, dear, we'll miss your laughing And your sweet companionship, day by day, Peg dear, don't believe we're chaff- ing, For bless your heart, we'll love you In the same old way." Tri-Hi-Y '49-'50, Beta Club '47-'50, Sextet '50, Glee Club '47-'50, Girls Chorus '48-'50, Animal Staff '50, Typing Editor, Mamie Brosnan His- tory '50, Vice President '50, Soeco Club '49, S. O. S. Club '50, Press Rc- porter, Ir, Sr. Decorating Committee '49, Basketball '50, Red Cross Chair- man '47, Art Club '47, Pow Wow Staff '50, Typist, Softball Team '49, Operetta '50, CLARENCE GEORGE "Lots of pep and a sportsman fine, A truer friend you'll never find." Football '47-'50, Baseball '46-'49, Secretary of Sophomore Class '46, President of junior Class '47, History Club '48, President, Student Council '46, Block A Club '47-'49. ""Qwq, xi' T' C , I 9 ' Y V, 'Q x , N", X ,l . .N x J ll' X, f 4 BRUCE GUNNELS "Ruthless, daring, brutal and sauve the outer husk became, But deep down in his innermost heart The man was just the same." "B" Team Football '47g Art Club '46g Spanish Club '48-'49g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Treasurer of Book- worms '50g Chemistry Club '48g Golf Team '47-'50g Varsity Football '49g Hi-Y '48-'49g Sr. Ring Committee '49. RAMONA CANNON "Goodness is the only investment that never fails." Band '47-'50g History Club '50g Home Ec '49. 0 BRUCE GODWIN "Be brief, for it is with words as with sunbeams-the more they are condensed the deeper they burn." Soeco Club '5Og Mamie Brosnan '505 Bookworms '50. ROBERT GRECORIE "He started tossing as he tackled the thing that couldn't be done, and he did it." Post Graduate '5O. fs X . 24 EVELYN BUTLER "A thing of beauty is a joy foreverg Its loveliness increasesg it can never Pass into nothingnessf' Beta Club '47-'50, Secretary '50g Tri- Hi-Y '49-'50, Secretary '50g Junior Latin Club '48g Art Service Club '47- '50, Secretary '48, Vice President '50g Radio Club '48g Junior Latin llour '49, Secretary-Treasurerg Cursus llon- orun '49-'50, Consul '50g French Club '49g Literary Editor of Pow Wow '49g Debate Club '50, Presidentg Book- worms '50, Presiclentg Literary Editor of the Annual '50g Girl's State '50g junior Play '49g jr. Sr. Decorating Committee '49g Chemistry Club '50g Delegate to Christian Life Confer- ence '49, ALLYN GIBSON "All grand thoughts come from the heart." Classical Club '48g Spanish Club '48- '49g Secretary of Spanish Club '50g History Debating Club '50. tl., RICHARD HAIRE "It is not what he has, nor even what he does, Which directly expresses the worth of a man. But what he is." llouor Socicty '46-'47g D. C. T. Club '49-'50. MOLLIE CARLSON "If all folks were as happy as she, What a wonderful place this world would be." Soc-co '48g IDL-lmtv Club '49g D. E. Club '49, Presidentg Tri-Hi-Y '49. kv' 2' I I a 1 5 5 2 an W .C i EUGENE HALSTEAD 3 X "Stay like you are and you'll al- .,., .. i X. ' M ways stay liked." J Q pk DOUGLAS HARRIS "Clean sport, fair, and honest too This boy will surely always do." World History '48, D. C. T. '48-'50g Senior History Debate Club '50, we . s t X eu, Q ... I.. c as A E, NK ' - 5' f ,, '7 25 + 'f L f ' sg :st ' ,, ly .fo Q 5 .56 1-. -. X " 'i C I Q l 1 Q A Q as ,gg X -+ lf- fi " '-fr.. FRANCES CHAMBERS "Our humble words are all too few, To say how much we think of you.' Entered '48g Art Service Club '48-'50 Decorating Committeeg Glee Club '50 Girls' Chorus '48-'50g Sextet '50g De- bate Club '50, V. President, Book- worms '50, Treasurer. BOB HARVEY "Full of laughter, full of pep None is gayer, that's his rep." WSH 'Q' 43 is fl arp ,...-an.. VM-Qyv' BILLY HELM "The best portion of a good man's life are the unremembered acts of kindness and love." Football '47-'49, Baseball '47-'48, Chelnistry Club Vice-President '48- '49g jr. Latin Club ,47-'48g Latin Club Treasurer '48-'49g Ilistorv Club Sec- rt-tary '49-'50, ' JANICE CHASTAIN "Love to one, friends to many, good will to all." Home Ee. Club '47, junior Latin Club '47-'48, Aerlile '485 Cursus Ilonorum '49-'50, Acclile '50g Beta Club '48-,495 Latin llour '49, llistory '47g Mamie Brosnan History Club '49g Tri-Hi-Y '49-'50, Vice President '50, Flag Bearer '50, Photography Editor An- uual '50q Glcu Club '49g Girls' Chorus '49 Jr, Sr, Committee '49, Book- worms '50, VIRLYN HAYES "Each heart holds the secret, Each act of kindness is the word." GILBERT HEAD "It is well to think well, It is divine to act well." ELEANOR CHAMPION "For she is just the quiet kind, VVhose nature will not vary, Like streams that keep a summer mind, Snow hid in January." Entered '50g Bookworlus '50g Debate Club '5Cg 4-ll Club '50. CRAIG HAYVK "Work is work and it must be done But I have my work and l have my fun." Football Mgr. '46-'50g Chemistry Club '48g Physics Club '49-,504 llistory Club '49, junior Play 481 'l'rt-usurcr of llomeroom '49, Track 317, '48, '49g Block A Club '48, '49, Basketball '46, ui-Y '49, '50, ..-at i as-v "mild if if C 26 .1 RALPH HODCES "Let us, then, be up and doing, With a heart for any fate, Still achieving, still pursuing, Leam to labor and to wait." Honor Guard '46g Junior Flay '48g Hi-Y '48-'49g Chemistry Club '49g Spanish Club '48-'49g Radio Club '46g TAB Club '49g Annual Staff '50g Bookworms '50. EUCENIA CHRISTO "Every noble work is at first im- possible." Science Club '47g Clee Club '47g Home Ec Club '47-'48, President '48g World History Club '48g Ir. High Cheerleader '47g Student Council '48g Spanish Club '49-'50, Vice President '50g Tri-Ili-Y '49-'50, Sergeant at Arms '50g jr, Sr. Committee '49g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Bookworms '50g Beta Club '48-'50. , 31 x i :X A NCQ " , sg: we .e t y ' xx A my gf" tub ., . A5 I 3 13 I 'K X X A .- ,. A X t BOBBY HOLT "Loyal of heart and strong in mind A better boy nowhere you'll find." "B" Basketball '49g Chemistry Club '49g Physics Club '50g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Bookworms '50. BILLY HUBBARD "Everything you do echoes with the voice of laughter and youth." Spanish Club '49-'50g Chemistry Club '49g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Band '46-'50g Bookworms '50g Gen- eral Science Club '47. A 27 CLETA COBB "The true maiden of leaming, The world holds her dear, Love bless her, joy crown her, God speed her career." French Club '49-'50g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Soeco Club '49g World History Club '48g Clee Club '48-'49g Bookworms '50g Girls Chorus '48-'49. RAY JOHNSON "1 am a man, as some do think I am, Laugh not mere males, I am what I am." Science Club '47g Art Service Club '47- Tennis Team '50g Basketball '47- '50g Chemistry Club '49g Buenos Vecinos '49-'50, Vice President.,'50g Senior History Debate Club '5Og Photography Club '49g Annual Staff '50g Beta Club '50. ROBERT LATHAM "Friends are silver, Friendship is golden." lintered '50, SARA COOK "In thy heart the dew of youth, On thy lips the smile of truth." X A N NQQSNM xg gt QQQQ t Q is V Q 'Q 5' as is ,ss 4 ,Q S Seng w ge 1 1 , . at E Qy v El 3 ' YQ 2 3 5 12 is i s ,, ' RICHARD KEENAN "Do noble things, not dream them all day long, And so make Life, Death, and the vast Forever one grand, sweet song." Post Graduate. TOMMY KIDD "Brilliant debater during the school day He keeps the "Campus" bright and gays, "BH Team Football '46-'47g D. E. Clulm '49-'504 History Debate Club '50 ELIZABETH COLEMAN "She smiled upon many just for fun, But we knew there was only one." Art Service Cluli U17-'50g Radio Club '48g Clog- Clulu 5483494 Girls Chorus '48-'49, Tri-lli-Y '49-,501 Special Funds Chair. '50g Delxate Clulm '50, See., VVorld llistory Clulm 5481 Major- vtte '49-'50, Bookwonns '50g Assistant Art Editor, Annual '50g junior Latin Club '49, Consulg Chemistry Cluh '40, BOBBY KELLY "The four years through, end to end He was everyhody's friend." Band '46-'50g Chemistry Club '48g History Clulu 3191 Physics Clulm '50g See. llome Room '49-'50. 28 vt , jpnd C J DONALD LAW "It is not what the world gives me ln honor, praise or gold, It is the things I give the world, So others do unfold." Beta Club '48-'50g Chemistry Club '48, Basketball '48-'40g Track '49g French Club '48-'49, l-Yresidcntg ilis- tory Club '49g Mamie Brosnan llis- tory Club '50, Movie Operator '49-'50, jr. Sr. Committee '48, Key Club '48- '50, llresident '50g Pow VVow Staff '50, Feature Editorg Animal Business Editor '50g Physics Club '50g lli-Y Club '50, Press Reporter Senior Boys '50, llome Room President '50. CAROLYN CROCKER "She loves to chatter, What does that matter? We listen all day, lf she has aught to say." Art Club '47-'50, Entertainment Com- mittee '48-'50g junior Latin Club '48, Latin llour '49, Cursus Honorum '49, Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Bookworms '50, Tri-lli-Y '49-'50, An- nual Staff '50g jr. Sr. Committce '49g Radio Club '48. Q?" K X .-Q BOBBY LEE "Hang sorrow, let's be happy." Chemistry Club '48-'49g Spanish Club '48-'50, History Club '50, Football '47-'50. MACK LIPSEY "Never idle when he thinks he can make someone else happy." Varsity Basketball '47-'50, Chemistry Club '49, Presidentg Glee Club '48- '50g Boys Octet '50, Boys Chorus '48- '49g jr. Police '48-'50g Operetta '50, Marnie Brosnan llistory Club '50, Bookworms '50, Photography Club '49, Pow Wow Staff '48-'50. wel ig 'M--' 1 'Qui' 29 Q! A iam . I' :1': 'I 0 A e. EMILY DANN "When duty whispers 'Thou must,' Emily replies, 'I can.' " World History Club '48g Mamie Bros- nan History Club '49, Bookworms '50, President, Glee Club '47-'50g Girls Chorus '49-'50, Operetta '47g Art Service Club '47-'50g Beta Club '49, Vice President, Physics Club '50, junior Play '49g Tri-Hi-Y '49-'50, Press Re orter '50g Basketball '47-'49, Radio Climb '48g Thymalian Club '50, Student Council '50g Jr. Sr. Decorating Committee '49g Annual Staff '50, Cur- sus Honorum '49-'50, Treasurer '50, Ir, Latin Club '48, Senior Girls Class President '50. RUSSELL LOFTON "A wise man will make more oppor- tunities than he finds." Chemistry Club '47-'48, Physics Club '48-'49, Soeco Club Secretary Treas- urer '50, Home Room Vice President '50 ,gp 1, J. z A W , JV X, " X "'xf-,E JOE MAXWELL "A good face is a letter of recom- mendation, And a good heart, a bill of credit." Football '47-'50, Track '47-'50, Span- ish Club '48-'50, Art Club '46-'49, Chem. Club '49-'50, Bookworms '50, Clee Club '48-'50, Octet '48-'50, llistory Club '50, MARY ANN DAVIS Mary Ann dances, Mary Ann plays, Mary Ann has enticing ways, She can sew and she can sing, She does almost everything." llonor Cuard '47, Pres. Home Ec. Club '47, Civics Club '47, French Club '49-'50, Secretary '50, Ir, Class Press Reporter, jr, and Sr. Play, Jr.- Sr. Committee, F. ll. A. '48, Debate Texun '50, Annual Staff '50, Art Club '47-'50. HARRY MALONE "The world is blest by those who do things, and not by those who merely think things." Art Club '47, Buncl '48-'49-'50, QMC JEANETTE DAVIS "How sweet the words of truth Breathed from the lips of love." Art Service Club '47-'48, Science Club '47, Basketball Manager '48, Jr. Lutin Ilour '48, Beta Club '48-'50, Chem- istry Club '49, NVorld llistory Club '49, President, Soeco Club '49, Minnie Brosnan llistory Club '50, President, Band '48-'50, jr.-Sr, Committee '49, Tri-lli-Y '50, Miracle Book Club '48- '49. BEN LOWE "You'll always find him true and just, A boy whom all will love and trust." Buenos Vecinos '48-'49-'50, Art Club '46-'47, Pap's Basketball '49-'50, Bookworms '50, Mamie Brosnan llis- tory Club '50, Soeco Club '49, NVorlcl llistory Club '48, Science Club '47, 161- -04'Vl'l'f4 '48-'49-'50, Movie Operator '49-'50, - Glee Club '49-'50, Chemistrv Club' ","Yy' '49, Physics Club '50, Spanish Club '50, Photography Club '49-'50, BOBBY MANSFIELD "The force of his merit wins his way.vr Art Club '47, Glce Club '46-'47-'48, Band '49-'50, Soph. Boy's President, Freshman Vice-President, Student Council '49, Football '47-'50, Intra- mural Sports '47-'50, D. E, Club '50, Hi-Y '49-'50, Youth Council '49, Bas- ketball '48. dp .-Q.. 30 FRANKIE MCHANN "A winner never quits and a quitter never wins. WYNELLE DAVIS "We must make the music, what- ever the words, Whatever the rhyme or meter, And if it be sad, we must make it glad, And if it be sweet, make it sweeter." Art Service Club '47-'50, Student Council '47, Beta Club '48-'50, Tri- lli-Y '40-'50, Program Chairman '50, junior Latin Club '48, Soeco Club '48, Chemistry Club '48, Sec.-Treas., Debate Club '50, Press Reporter, Bookworms '50, Senior Girls Secre- tary, Home Room Pres. '50. . rl LEM McLENDON "In sports and other talents rare None can surpass, and few can compare." Football '47-'50, Track '48-'50, Bas- ketball '47, Mamie Brosnan History Club '48, World History Club, Presi- dent '49, Auto Mechanics Club, Sec. '47-'48, Teen-Age Book Club '48, Block "A" Club '48-'49, Spanish Club, V. President '49, Chemistry Club, V. President '49. CARROLL MERCHANT TEV r loyal, ever true, ,tofthe task he has to do." Socco Club '48, History Debate Club '50, Chemistry Club '50, Bookworms Club '50, 31 -JV an--H' s' ,N ,. - ., W BETTY IO FAGG "She who is rich in friends, is poor in nothing." Entered '48, Glee Club '49, Girls' Chorus '49, Soeco '49, Debate Club '50, D. E, Club '50, Sec.-Treas. JOEL MIKELL "High erected thoughts seated in a heart of courtesy. He mixes wisdom with pleasure and wisdom with mirth." Band '50, Key Club '49-'50, Beta Club '48-'50, Bookworms '50, Chem- istry Club '48, Sec.-Treas., World History Club '48, Spanish Club '49- '50, Movie Operator '48-'50, Mamie Brosnan History Club '50, Student Council '49, Sec.-Treas of jr. Class, President of Senior Boys '50, Gen- eral Science Club '47, Pres. '47. v ,- Q 9 t Q a re - M. , K b W vw? M f k if O RONALD MONCRIEF 44 Always good natured, and smiling too, Good to he around when you are blue." JACKIE FORDHAM "Enthusiasm is a telescope that yanks the misty distant future into the radiant tangible present." Jr. High Cheerleaderg World History Club '47, Secretary-Treas.g History Club '50g Bookwonrls '50g S, O. S. Club '50g General Science Club '47g Tri-Hi-Y '49-'50g Glee Club '48-'49, Girls Chorus '49g Basketball '47g Radio Club '48g Jr. Sr. Decorating Committee '49. GEORGE MITCHELL "Tell him of Jacob's ladder, and he would ask the number of steps." Chemistry Club '48-'49g Soeco Cl,ub '50g Bookworms Club '50g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Basketball '48-'50. abs JAMES MITCHELL "He is-but he is so much That words would fail to tell of such." Basketball '48-'49g History Club '48- '49g Bus Patrol '46-'49g Science Club '46-'47. ' , ,Jr WJ'-' ,Q D' F dv V, I. cis Ma 1' ' .ff f I, C! 32 CAROLYN FAMBRO "Friendship is the highest degree of perfection in life." Entered '48g S. O, S. Club '50g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50. JOHN MILLER "Laughter has a catching sound, That's why we like John Miller around." Bookworms 2505 Spanish Club '50, . 1 'P xx ' Q GENE MOREE "He's got that love in his eyes." Band '44-'50g Chemistry Club '48-'49g U. S, llistory Club '49-'50g Book- worms '49-'50g Science Club '45-'46. JUANITA GLOSSON "Trifles make perfection but per- fection is no trifle." General Science Club '47g Home Ec Club '47g Art Club '47g World History '48g French Club '49-'50g S. O. S. Club '50g Bookworms Club '50g Tri- Hi-Y '50g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Beta Club '50. 72' 'ba E, f 33 AHL, s si A at . . X X f :Q Nw f ye ef xilg -wwf 45 - al. ' . X . - as S 5 . A . A. 3 ' 4 fm. 2.2151 Q IE., ' 3:25 . .X gg '.-asia A' ' at " cf: X ' X ' 3 ' ' ,.7:Eif4E5'f::. ':52-Q'-::p'., XX ff- . . - x i"' img' X 5: Sala!! ' t Q 1 :s:.s:':::""F:S fr ROBERT MOUNT "The man who is successful is the man who is useful." Movie Operator '47-'49g Chemistry Club '48g Spanish Club '48g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Physics Club '49. LAMAR MYERS "Always cheerful, always gayg Yes, he's always that way." Spanish Club ,48-'49, Treasurerg Mamie Brosnan History Club '48g TAB '48g Auto Mechanics Club '46 '47, Vice-Pres.g Bookworms '48-'49g Science Club '46-'47, . W- ii X S Eff S, 5.-we gf' .af . r ,pa Q ., A a , .rife -sts A .. X if 7 ....!0 gn- 4553 Q ,afrqae mg? Rik ' 3 . f 2'L:',Q- , gktg.,-. ,, fa-4: e '-1-fm -rekf' at-: .. a' 2,-r,::3g.:.., 8 24, ,:3.y. 1 :Z - . ,., f,,.,. ,, 'nQ1,v.,- ,.,.. .NJ .. -aj, . - x tt,-,:. v, , 7-FT: A -.'.'-'fi'-'TI' J' "' AX. sQ:::i:,::,v .2 lp 3 . iv , .. . , 1 .Sv::J'S'f::"??Q' ..:' ,,.::::.- LORETTA GREEN "To hear her speak and sweetly smile You were in paradise the while." Cheerleader '47-'48g Glee Club '47- '50, Treasurer '47, Sec, '50g Most Outstanding Girl '47g Home Ec. Club '47-'48g World History Club '48g Beta Club '48-'50g Basketball '48-'49g Radio Club '49g Sextet '48-'50g Soeco Club '49g Tri-Hi-Y '49-'50, Treasurer '50g S anish Club '49-'50, Presidentg Girls Clflorus '48-'49g jr. Sr, Refreshment Committee '49g Debate Club '50g Delegate to Girl's State '49g Assistant Editor Annual '5O. MARVIN NESMITH "He reads muchg he is a great ob- server, And looks quite through the deeds of other men." Entered '48g French Club '48-'49, Vice Presidentg Bookworms '50g His- tory Debating Club '50g Annual staff '50 ,,, 4 . ,Q-, 5 '5 " l ,. , N . fx 1 ,fm -M fc: rv' ' t fl R 'X " Q 2 ,X Mt xan-l:""' BOBBY PHILLIPS "Not too sober, not too gay, But an all-round sport in every way." Victory Corps '45g Band '46g 4-H Club '46, Sergeant-at-Arms Soph. Class '46g Basketball '46-'50g Football '47-'50, Baseball '48g Track '49g Block A Club '48-'50g Spanish Club '40, Ilistory Club '49g jr. Sr. Committee '48g Junior Police '49, '50. RUE NELL GREEN A girl among our noisy group, Whose influence lies in not being heard, If she ever knew an unkind thought, She never said an unkind word." FHAg Home Ec. Clubg S. O. S. '50g DCT Club. Q ' f DONALD PAULK "Ever in smiles, never weary, Always cheerful, never dreary." Band '45, '46, Football '47g Machine Shop Club '46, '47g D, C, T. Club '48, '49, '50. GRAYSON PETERS "He is great enough who is his own master." s MARIANNA GREEN "Good actions ennoble us, and we are the sons of our deeds. Club '47, '49g Home Ec. Club '47, '48, President '48g History Club '48g Civics Club '47g S. O. S. Club '50g Bookworms '50g Tri-Hi-Y '50. Art 1 ORVILLE PARRISH "None can compare with this fair lad." Bookworms '50g Debate Cluh '50. Lore 05 Lwglg QW, if Q, CR as 'E ,, xv X I Secretary, Treasurer Science Club '47g It ' Football '48g Art Club '48, '49, Chem- llhll " . y istry Club '49, Spanish Club '49g ---' Mamie Brosnan History Club '50, 1 , - Pres.g Physics Club '50g Bookworms .1 ' Q '50, Beta Club '47, '48, '49, '50. Q i A y A E. 7 A -,K ,:. X 'l ,Rx 5- N ' . 3 . 5 few' 'F C. M .':' f 5. B P , ' . f'i" Q 'QW' 'iw 34 J l BILLY RAMSEY "It is better to be small and shine Than to be great and cast a shadow." MARY LOU GRIFFIN "There is nothing so queenly as kindness, fe And nothing so royal as truth." FHA '47, Secreturyg Sophomore Girls Trezlsurcr '48g Beta Club '48-'50, Treasurer '49, President '50g VVorld History Club '48, Presidentg junior Latin llour '48-'49, President '48g Student Council '48-'49-'50g Glee Club '48-'49g Girls Chorus '48-'49g Cursus Honorum '49-'50g Mamie Bros- nan History Club '49, V. Pres.g Tri- lli-Y '49-'50, Pro. Chair. '50g Book- worms '50g Flagbeurer '50g Delegate to Wesleyan Conference '5Og Dele- gate to Girls State '50q Thymalian Club '50, V. Presiclentg Assistant Busi- ness Mgr. Annual '50g jr. Sr, Refresh- ments Chair. '49g Georgia Youth As- sembly '50. JOHN REID "If a taskis once begun Never leave it till it's done. Be the labor great or small, Do it well or not at all." Science Club '47g Beta Club '47-'49g Art Club '47-'48g Junior Latin Club '48, Cursus Honorumg Sr. Latin Club '49g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50. JERRY RUTLAND "Don't worry. It makes deep wrinkles." Baseball '48-'49-'50g Basketball '49- '50g jr. Police '49g Bookworms '50. 35 ELEANOR HAYNES "Let such teach others, Who themselves excell." World Histor Club '48g Home EC. Club '48g Cie Club '48-'50g Girls Chorus '48-'50g Buenos Vecinos '49- '50, Treasurer '50g Soeco Club '49g FTA Club '49-'50, President '50g Tri- Hi-Y '5Og Debate Club '50g Book- worms'5O. A DE WITT SANDERS "Ever happy, never blue, He always shows a smile for you." xv! ii ROBERT SMITH "I believe the first test of a truly great man is his humility." Spanish Club '48-'5Og Chemistry Club '49-'50g Bookworms '50. FRANCES HORNE "Dear eyes and sweet voice re- ' ,I plies. Home EC. Club '47-'48g Spanish '49g Bookworms Club '50g S. O. S, Club '50. MARION SHIRLEY "Neat appearance, always gay, We like Marion this way." Science Club '47g Physics Club '50g Chemistry Club '49g Bookworms '50g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50. BRIDGES SIMMONS "Life is not measured By the time one lives." Football '47-'48-'49g U, S. History Debate Club '50. M , is L. Q axe QP E5 as -, Q QS! . OLETHIA HOPPER Maiden with the soft gray eyes, In whose orbs a shadow lies, Like the dusk in evening skies." CARLTON SHIRLEY "Happiness is good, success is ever better." Science Club '47g Football '48g Book- worms '50g Sr. History Debate Club '50g Baseball '49. Wi' Q2 I V - ig. Q .P g " w i 441- - if fi ,,.,, '-: 3 -- K RUSSELL SMITH "He'll proye his worth wherever he goes." DCT '50. BETTY HOWARD "How that little candle throws its beam. ' Home EQ. '48g Spanish '-195 S. 0. S. Club '50g Maunie Brosnan History Club '50, .Nfl fl. HORACE SPIRES "When a task is set that the rest can't do, He buckles down 'til he's put it through." GORDON STEM "A gentleman is one who does not have to prove it." Beta Club '47-'48g Key Club '47-'49g Band '47-'48g Chemistry Club '48g U. S, History Debater's Club '49g Junior Cursus Honorum '49g Golf Team '48- '49g Baseball '47g Basketball '47-'48. 37 . JJ , ' I ' f yn .1 if q ,- nf' jf? ,J ' 1-- DAISY HOWARD "Why gentlemen prefer blondes." World History Club '48g Junior Latin Club '48, Consulg Radio Club '48g Clee Club '48-'49g Tennis Team '48- '50g French Club '49-'50, Secretary '50g Bookworms '50g Society Editor of Pow Wow '49g Chemistry Club '49g Debating Club '50g Art Service Club '47g Jr. Sr. Committee '49g Annual Staff '50, THOMAS ST. IOHN "He is rich in the qualities of mind and heart." CHARLES TALLENT "Full of pep and fun, He's liked by everyone." "B" Team Football '47-'48g "Paps" '47-'48g History Club '49-'50g Varsity Basketball '49-'50g Baseball '47-'50g Phy. Ed. '47-'48. ANNE HUGHES "The light of friendship is like the light of phosphorous, Seen plainest when all around it is dark." Home Ee. Club '48g FTA '49-'50g Beta Club '50g Debate Club '50. WYNN STRICKLAND "He is something that will stay When gold and silver melt away." Football '47-'48-'49g Baseball '47-'50g History Club '49g Student Council '48g jr. Sr. Committee '49g Freshman Class Secretary '49g Freshman Class Secretary '47g Block A Club '48-'49. X IEANETTE HOWARD "The most valuable articles come in small packages." FTA '48-'50g S. O. S. Club '50g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Home Ec. Club '48g Bookworms '50g Spanish Club '49, VERNON STOREY "Genius is the gold in the mind, Talent is the miner, who works and brings it out." Entered '49g Drum Major '49-'50g Bookworms '49-'50g Soeco Club '49- '50. BILLY SWAIN "Some have good looks, some have a brain. Who could this be, but Billy Swain?" Art Club '48g S. O, S. Club '49g History Club '49g Science Club '46g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50. ' 38 ' DVVAIN TAYLOR "Of all women beware." Soeeo Club '49g Chemistry Club '49, Ceneral Seienee Club '-48. CARLTON HUIE "Born for success, she seemed With grace to win, with heart to hold, With shining gifts that took all eyes." Art Club '48-'50, Press Reporter '48, Viee liresident '49, President '50, Beta Club '48-'50, Delegate to State Convention '48-'50, Vice-President '50, Latin Club '48, Consul '48, Latin llour '49, Cursus llonoruul '49-'50, Aedile '49, Praetor '50, Radio Club '47, Secretary-'l'reasurer, Mamie Bros- nan llistorv Club '49, Yiee-President, Pow NVow '49, Business Manager, Youth Couneil '49, Viee-President, 'l'ri-lli-Y '49, Delegate to Cirl's State '49, Delegate to Youth NVorkshop '49, Sophomore Girls' President '48, junior Girls' President '49, Press Re- porter for Senior Girls '50, Annual Editor-in-Chief '50. M-Ja' ' .QW xt. .A 1 f . f 1 I BILLY THRELKELD " 14 Dost thou love life, then do not s uander time fl 5 For that is the stuff life's made of." Science Club '46-'47, World History Club '47-'48, Buenos Vecinos '48-'49- '50, Mamie Brosnan History Club '50, Bookworms '49-'50, Beta Club '49- '50, Tennis Club '48-'49, "Pimps" Bas- ketball '48-'49. CHARLES TOWNSEND "Let us fold away our fears, And put by foolish tears, And through all the coming years, just be glad." Band '46-'50, Junior Latin Club '47, junior Play '49, Bookworms '50, His- tory Debate Club '50, Chemistry Club '50. ::: ,. X x 4 it zqq .... C 5 t arrrri 4 39 'J-in ELOISE INMAN "She spreads around that gentle spell, That makes all spirits love her well." Art Club '47-'50, Radio Club '48, Chemistry Club '49, Junior Latin Club '49, Tri-Ili-Y '49-'50, Corre- sponding Secretary '50, jr. Sr, Enter- tainment Committee '49, Delegate to Christian Youth Conference '49, Bookworms '50, Mamie Brosnan llis- tory Club '50g Animal Staff '50, As- sistant Typist. BENNETT TYLER His eyes were brown-a deep, deep brown, His hair was darker than his eyes, And something in his smile and frown, Makes all the girls sigh." Basketball '48-'49, Baseball '48-'50, Mamie Brosnan llistory Club '50, Iunior Spanish Club '49, Sr. Spanish Club '50, junior Police '48-'50, Beta Club '47-'48, Bookworms '50. BILLY WILSON Q "To kill time, is, by definition, To murder it." Ceneral Science Club '47g Basketball '48g Football '49g Chemistry Club '49g Spanish Club '49g Bookworms '50g Physics '50g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50. BETTY LAND "Her voice is ever gentle, soft and low- An excellent thing in woman." Clee Club '47-'49, President '47g Girls' Chorus '48-'49g Home Ec Club '48g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Bookworms Club '50, Vice President: Tri-Hi-Y '49-'50g Basketball '48-'50: S. O, S. Club '50g Pow Wow Typist '50, ' JACKIE WARREN "His teammates speak the truth, When calling him a wonderful youth." Basketball '47-'49g Football '48-'49g Track '48-'50g Band '44-'50g Honor Guard '46g Red Cross Chairman '49, JIMMY WATKIN S "Whatever he does, he does it con- scientiously and with dispatch." Beta Club '47-'50g Art Club '47-'48g Junior Latin Club '48g Chemistry Club '49g Physics Club '50g Hi-Y ,49-'50, Secretary '50g Football Manager '48- '50g Baseball Manager '49g Annual Staff '50g Bookworms '50g Block A Club '50g Key Club '50g Mamie Bros- nan History Club '50. V 'QW'-Maur A' tl V. 'if , ' yi . 5 Q 40 HENRIETTA JANES "Cheerfulness and content are great beautifiers, and are famous preservers of youthful looks." Home Ec Club '50g S. O. S. Club '50g 4-H Club '50. LAWRENCE VERNER "Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others Without getting a few drops on yourself." Buenos Vecinos '50, Treasurerg His- tory Club '50g Art Service Club '47- '50g Chemistry Club '50g Hi-Y '48g Student Council '49g Jr. Police '49- ,50g Basketball Manager '48g Annual Staff '50g Football '49-'50g Ir. Sr. Decorating Committee '49g Baseball '49. N155 .Ia I-: ,7 i 4 V ti if MELVIN WOODDY "Even the heaviest burden grows lighter, When oorne with a smile." Basketball '46-'50g Football '46, Man- ager '48-'49g Glee Club '46-'50g Boys Chorus '47-'49g Operetta '47g jr. Sr. Connnittee '48g Ili-Y '48-'50, Presi- dent '50g Octet '50g junior Poliee '48- '50, Lt. '59, Captain '50g llistory Club '49g Spanish Club '48-'49, Vice-Pres. '48, President '49g Tennis Team '48- '50g BKlUlCWOI'lllS '50, Reporter. LYNNE LILLISTON Her auburn hair and dimple cheek, Indeed we do adore, But her laughter and her smiling face Make us love her more." Art Service Club '47-'50. Press Re- porter '49g Clee Club '48-'49g Girls Chorus '49g Radio Club '-189 VVorld llistory Club '-185 Thylnalian Club '49, Presidentg French Club '49-'50, Vice-President ,494 Soeco Club '49, Vice Presidentg Mamie Brosnan llis- tory Club '50, V iee-Pres.g Sophomore Class President '-495 Student Council '-181 Annual Staff '50g jr. Sr. Com- mittee '49, 11 SPENCER YANCEY "Mighty sweet, mighty wise, Mischief twinkles in his eyes." BILLY YOUNG He makes the best of time, and Tilme returns the compliment." Band '46-'50g Chemistry Club '48' 9 Art Club '49g Dance Band '48g His- tory Club '49g Football '46. I wife? S3-Z.. 41 JEAN MALONE "Let natui-e's gift go not to waste, My tongue's for talking as well as taste." Beta Club '47-'50g Art Club '47-'50g Assit Manager of Basketball '47g Man- ager of Basketball Team '48-'49g junior Latin Club '48g Cursus Hon- orum '49g Latin llour '49g Radio Club '48g Pow Wow Staff '49g Tri- Hi-Y '49-'50g Student Council '49g Debate Club '50, Press Reporterg An- nual Staff '50, Ass't Sports Editorg Bookworms '50g Ir, Sr. Entertainment Committee '-195 Softball Team '49g Red Cross Chairman '48, JIMMY YOUNG "The muscles of his brawny arms Are strong as iron bands." Vice President of Freshman Classg Student Council '47-'48g Football '46- '50. BEVERLY OWENS "Her beautiful face, and dainty grace, Have won in our hearts a big place." Cheerleader '47-'48g Majorette '49g Art Club '47-'48g Junior Latin Club '48g Chemistry Club '49g French Club '49-'50g Debate Club '50g Thymalian Club '49g junior Play '49g Bookworms '50, Seeretaryg Clee Club '49g Cirls Chorus '49g Radio Club '47g jr. Sr. Committee '49g Annual Staff '50. PEGGY PATTERSON "I will not follow where the path may lead, but I will go where there is no path and leave the trail." Entered '49g Beta Club '49g Basketball '49g Bookworms '49g Soeco '49g S. O. S. Club '50. SULA MOORE An acre of performance is worth whole world of promise." ri-Hi-Y '49-'50g Glee Club '47-'50g fC1rls Chorus '48-'50g World History '50g S. 0. S. Club '50g Book- ,50g Radio Club '48. MELBA NIX "Keep what is worth keeping- And with the breath of kindness Blow the rest away." Beta Club '50g Art Service Club '47g World History Club '48g Mamie Bros- nan History Club '50g S. O, S. Club '5Og Bookworms Club '50g General Science Club '47. LANDRA MAYS "I thrill beneath the glances of a pair of azure eyes As glowing as the summer and as tender as the skies." Cheerleader '50g Basketball '48-'50g Clee Club '47-'50g Girls Chorus '47- '49g Sextet '50g Tri-Hi-Y '49-'50, Ser- vice Projeets Chairman '50g Debate Club '50, Treasurerg French Club '49- '50, President '50g Assistant Editor Pow Wow '-195 jr. Sr. Decorating Committee '49g Delegate to Youth Assembly '49g Delegate to Youth Con- ference '49g Operetta '50g Home Ee Club '48g Ir. Sr. Ring Committee '-495 Delegate to Christian Life Confer- enceg World llistory Club '48, MARIE MCLEMORE "On the lips the smile of truth, And in the heart the dew of youth." Beta Club '49-'50g S, O, S. Club '50, Presidentg Bookworms '50, Secretaryg FHA Club '48-'49g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g 4-ll Club '47-'48g Home Room Citizen '49. 42 an '4'2,".-'3'?' SALLY POWELL "A sweet nature and a well-balanced mind- You may travel far, but no better find." Art Si-rvicc Club '49g Beta Club '49- '50g S, 0, S. Club '49-'50, Treasurerg Mamie Brosnan History Club '50, Secretary and Treasurer '50. ELIZABETH PRICE "Marriage is the Townsend cure, For Love's intoxication." Entered '5Og Tri-Ili-Y '50g Physics Club '50, Prcsidcntg Charles Town- sn-ud'5l? VIRGINIA PUTMAN "As welcome as sunshine in every place, Is the beaming approach of a good natured facef' Home Home Ec. Club '48g Soeco Club '49g junior Cursus Honorum '50g Ma- mie Brosnan History Club '50, Sec. Treas. '50g Beta Club '50g World His- tory Club '48g Bookworms ,505 Annual Staff '50. ff fy' !7 if . DORQIS SANDERS "A spirit still and bright, With something of angelic light." FHA '47g Home Eu. Club '48g Beta Club '50g S. O. S. Club '50g Book- worms '50g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50. 43 Bf,5'mf'EfQ' I r MARY ALICE SANDERS "I am as true as truth's simplicity, And simpler than the infancy of truth." Art Club '50g 4-H Clubg FHA '49g Chemistry Club '48-'50g Soeco Club '49g T. A. B, Club '48g Ir. Latin Clu'b '49-'50g Mamie Brosnan History Club ,50g Library Club '47. PAT SHARMAN "That which is striking and beauti- ful is not always goodg But that which is good is always beautiful." Band '47-'50g Glee Club '49-'50g Soeco Club '50g Majorette i48-'50g Head of Jr. High Majorettes '47-'48g Science Club '47g Civics Clu'b '47g Radio Club '47g Manager of Basket- ball Team '47g Senior Play '50g Girls Chorus '49-'50g Tumbling Club '47. KN 36-5, PAT TYLER "Her eyes as stars of Twilight fairg Like Twilight's, too, her dusky hair." NVorlcl History Club '48g Cursus Hon- orum '48g Buenos Vecinos '49g Soeco '-195 Clee Club '49-,504 Cirls' Chorus '49-'50g Debate Club '50g Bookworms '50g Chemistry Club '50. CAROL TYE "Charm strikes the sight, But merit wins the soul." Freshmen Cirl's Secretary '47g junior Cirl's Treasurer '49g Art Club '47-'50g Entertainment Comm. '49g Achieve- ment Comm. '50g Thymalian Club '48- '50g Pro. Chair, '49g junior Flay '49g Beta Club '48-'50g Cursus Honorum '49-'50g junior Latin Club '48g Junior Latin Hour '49g Ir. Sr. Comm. '49g Glee Club '49g Cirls' Chorus '49g Bookworms '50g Debate Club '5Og Radio Club '475 Annual Staff '50. A T E I 1 CONNIE THOMAS "Charming air and dainty grace, Sunny smile and pretty face." Beta Club '47-,505 Tri-Hi-Y '49-'50g Junior Latin Club '48g French Club '49-'50g Radio Club '48g Art Service Club '47-'50g Debate Club '50g Chemistry Club '50g Bookworms '50g Annual Staff ,50. RUBY TOMLINSON "Her smile, her face, her winning grace Are seen every place." Home Ec. Club ,47-'48g Beta Club '49g Debate Club '50g Bookworms '5Og DCT Club ,505 Annual Staff '50. wuts 44 , Af JJ I I Af, JANE SMITH f ILL' 'QT nly way to have a friend is L' to b e." r I IU d '4 '.'o- . on-ue '49-'su Art UWA ii H1 Y 48 49 Socco , , 1:6 3505 - " ' -, -: -' " 'J yy! 494 rld History Club '48g 1 io C 1 H ' ' '47' Pow WVon Stuff ' 49 Dcbltt Club 50 u . Erb , ' ' . 1 503 . b ' . g ' z - . '. 5 Cl -- C In 95 Ir. Sr. ccorating Commit- Ezlf' .9 Tl1y'Uli".l: Club '50g Cirls L or sA'49g 'ic. Club '47g Animal Play ra If 11 '- 'ftaff ,50gw1 ibling Club '-475 Senior ci A i ze JANET SWEAT L! B gl "A irl she seems of cheerful yesterdays, And confident tomorrowsf' Science Club '47, Presidentg Clee Club '4T-'49g S, O. S. Club '50, Vice Presidentg Bookworms '50, Press Re- porterg Sophomore Cirl's Secretary '48g Junior Cirl's Secretary '-191 Senior Cirl's Treasurer ,50g Cheerleacler '49- i50g Mamie Brosnan History Club '50g Basketball '48g Home Ee Club '47- '48g 4-ll Club '47-l48g Jr. Sr. DCC- orating Committee '49g Pow XVow Staff '50. 5115 fa--'X '5"'Ws I VANN WHALEY "Ah, less, less bright the stars of the night, Than the eyes of this radiant girl." Art Club '47-'49, Thymalian Club '49-'50, Chemistry Club '49-'50, Ma- mie Brosnan History Club '49, Basket- ball '48, Bookworms '50, Treas., Latin Club '48-'49, See. '48, Student Coun- cil '49-'50, Glee Club '48, Cirls' Chorus '48, jr, Sr. Decorating Comm. '49, Majorette ,49-'50, llead Maj. '50, jr. Play '49, Radio Club '47, Tri-Hi-Y '40, World llistory Club '48, Band '49-'50, Student Representative '50. KATHLEEN WICGINS "Maiden with the meek brown eyes, ln whose orbs the shadow lies Like the dusk in evening skies." FHA '47, S. O. S. Club i50, Home Ee. Club '47-'48, D. C. T. Club '50, Bookworms '50, Beta Club '50, Virgina ew BARBARA WOODHAM "Barbara bright, laughing, teasing Sweet and channing, always pleas- in Cheerleader '48-'50, Head Cheer- leader '50, World History Club '48, , -.X 'QQ in w A .sf 3' Glee Club '47-'50, Secretiiry ,47, Secretary, Treasurer '50, Girls' Cho- rus '48-'5O, Aceompanist for Boys' Chorus '49-'50, Tri-Hi-Y '49, French Club '49-'50, Debate Club '50, V. Pres., Operetta '50. CHARLOTTE MULFORD "It's a friendly heart that has plenty of friends." '48, Teen Age Home Club '48-'49, 4-H Club '49-'50, World History Club Bookworms '50, D, C, T. '50, 45 ivfwv -, E sf 1 1 if Q-HV" I. ,, Betty fav , lylton Brooks 40 fx? f 2 J fan imalfohea Q 3. 2 V Q35 K Q x iiack 1Car1ton Huie I .fwmpw-M w,,,.,n,,e r rg I ' ,A g es i ns , an ' 1 alfa' LQ:-Audra Mays in yt. 4x Q- ,wi if if I Q r R ennett Tyler 3 T... KJ if g K 3 Q X Fmitv Melbll Nliis f "' . , . Mary Lo Griffin di W, ,WE K I " -3: as--':.:.--',:1::: -.,, :X M af Q 'ri Y' ., MM U x Q Wilbur Clifton A . .jg .. ""' ,X g ' ,. W 'A .,., Q r " A . , ,,,., Carolyn Croc e' r ... .. Jr ' 5. 353-I-4,:,:. V-.2 . E ,.,.,, ,, -:-" X 5 4 fginbafa Woodham ' Ruby Tomlmson K .JW Eloise lnrffgffx -. 1 v 1 obb Mansfield jane Ba ss l .dz . lnu.. N In Q I' V' ' E , . ::. Zll V il llz: I 5 Q ,'.. ff, .,-w . ,55 1 ,,,,l ax Q 4 -- 4. -. ff' ,Jf 1 ' .4 - A M if ,f:- Q 5 W., 3 ' Q! '- 1, In ::--l.:, A L r jr l,-: Z :gif 'I , A, ,- ' N' W' ' -A K' I V , :5 -,,.. 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N l jimmy Barber Sara Alligood llalvigll Bm-acli Enialenc Camp Ttllllllly Colvman Flora Carroll jordan Cox Ann Colvman Cults .lo Anne Gillis Larry Dvrvan Pauline Holloway Billy Dixon junior- Harclvn jolin Gary Eiilogcm' BlcLvniorv llolwrt llalloxvvll xvilylll' Pose-y Mvron llancoclc Laura Hivtl XVaynv llayvs liclwina Robinson Billy llnglws Sarali Sc-aglv Edward Km-l Collvvn Smith icl Kcnnvmly -lllillllliif Thomas jini ML-Br-th Graco Traylor Frank Mock Virginia Tnrnagv Arvliiv Moon' lXlill'g2ll'i'l Vick -Iolin Ulirvr joan Young janivs Pagu l.aVon lfritcliarcl Donald Pntnmn Morgan llogvrs Anrlrcw Usnry Olin-r VVaclclc-ll 'l'nrnr-r NVvlls Billy XV:-ntwortli Prim' Luv Wcstbrook Duggan Wllicldon Blank Space Pliil Up Space Qii, f i rr- F Qir, , if -44' lr , b Q - if E x in X x 5 - CHAPTER IV 2476 of Wwaoceace ' beg' QQ' W ' Z ,. c. Rf ,f. , Fx Q2 I 'Cyn' I 'I 'fbi , I J 5 , Q M, -' I ff 81 N , ' is My A ' , Z f 4 J 'L J fssifui-,,T1v.A . . . 5 '?g3gii'5.EEE5Qi, I I-2iiZ5E:!. eM1' ' .V 4' :Tig 'jx 'W'.xI--"AKD " U -managi- 51 'wr I,-.jr-fi."' ik ,fl I 1 ' N f 1 gig-Xml P J: . .' ls. V 4 fit . an CLEVE CLARK President of Boys 9' - - - Sa e H6444 I nsigni ficant Characters 7 1 M ANN ROUSE Presiclvnt of Cirls """"-ilwf 'Wh x 4 E 0 -Y Marie Mogford Mae Muse -- Ann Rouse - Dorothy Bass - Carolyn Hayes FIRST ROW ----- Treasurer Press Reporter ----- President -- --------- Secretary Vice-President 52 Charles Hardin Cleve Clark --- J. L. Way ---- -- Cecil Hamilton SECOND ROW Myers Pait ------- Press Reporter President Treasurer , Secretarv Vice-Presidenlt Sara Ann Aclams Boh Aclamson Martha Arthur Ramon Akridge Mary Arthur Jinnny Atkinson Charlene Barefield .lim Barhrc Barhara Barlow Sidney Barrett Louise Barron WVilliam Battle Dorothy Bass Howard Bedenhaugh Jean Bauingartel Donald Bravaldo Ann Bell Billy Brock Sue Black George Carter Mary Ann Blackshear jake Claneey Armine Bolton Cleve Clark Earl Dean Brannon Donald Cone Barhara Bray Hex Council NVihna Joyce Brooks 'jeff Crawford Mae Brown Eugene Crosson Nlerlene Brown Max Daniel Marv Bushnell I . 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S 5 Q L , 1 61' 'W f f , f if f X X ff ff f"'gf ff T K , f I ti: x f , P I X, 1-X 'f F39 J .X X X " if 'g ,Q-' X fl 'Q 9 -ef X F355 'N' 3' . 1, 1 s Eg" 1,35 If QE: fx A ' I 'X 5 J - X 1 fx- h AX Q, ",,Qf'fQV, -1-V-9 X 57 I-T5 fzeaimcm 6 aaa just Atmosphere K Treasurer President UI as Vlcc-President HX x It L lmt on Sccrctarv ,li K4-"N ft? Huff A 'E 1 K EVA XVILLIAMS Prvsiclvnt ol' Girls SECOND now Sammy Cravey , , Prvss Rcportcr Robert Ilcidr , Y, Prvsinlcnt llarolcl Dean Cook X7lCC'l,l'L'SlLlCl1l Mack Garrett Trcnsurcr Billy Ramsey Sccrctnry ffllissiug from PlL'l1ll'l'l 'K-Wa., if Q ww 'Wi ws ,ir if x 'C X ,w Gbbw Q N.' :,f..'fl, ' X' NXNYX Q . X Eve Adams if ' Q A Q, N , Robert Albert V 5 sg. Q .MQ f Peggy Alsohrook ' Q NS If 'X' 5 S1 i ' 2 ' i QA x , f'f35 ' jimmy Anderson x -P Q t B grip. e 1 X 4 ix ' X 5 st -lane Armstrong X ' x:'Q'Kst atm, . . 4 X O . wg Eddie Appllng rs l st 551, 50- Amelia Arnold Bennie Bailey Buth Austin Louis Banks Blanche Ball Bill Barbre ' Pauline Barfield Ceorge Barker Marianne Beasley Lamar Barrett Anita Bottsz Billy Barron if? ,U elen Bowen A A + il z lett 3, tx , on .eQEr' ns' ... , QQ, pu L V .r h UQ' me Beecham f v --"-- F3 f Betty Bridges V Q - , ' B "Blanton , bl ,Co 9 Pm Mary ritton Mac Booker Kay Brown fvt . M. jx 5 Claude Boynton X X X f Ruby jo Bryan y Cnerry Brannon if .sl .5 lx , Betty Ann Cannon Joey Brantley Shirley Carter .fs . S A A Ernest Bridges . . y Mildred Childs Q Q Billy Joe Carter Allison Christian Robert Castleberry Carolyn Clayworth Q Q ,gf X Q. 1 K Y Elzie Clark VVyona Clinard Grant Collins Shirley Cloud QQ-Q Q Y ,.,, Franklin Cone Q Q " " Mary Culpepper tt Q , C 'X " llarold Cook , X C ' Ardele Dale Q 2 Q QQ Robert Cooper a Q. Martha Daniel M, -as Sammy Cravey Q ' ' llelen Dann .. A 5 A Billy Creamer Q Iema Davis f K 1 Raymond Darden I I t 1 vii 3 J v I Q. .N Y 5 T N " E9 I X I X X Barbara Eason B at M Paul Davis XQ fQ - Betty Anne Edwards in t. if' ' VVarren Davis Diane Edwards wx ,E K ' 5 ' Q vw' ' ,f Q V . N Q Tony Dozier xl hrs., my QQ QQ Q' QQQ ,NH .. XM QQ Q . Q ff- A 7-' it 'N f g QQ Assy' ..., Y' A 4 N MX OEF . ,Q QQ - ' Q, . , X 1 af y .. ri, 1,21 . ,Q - . .. -zzz ,LA A QQ Q t Q Q Q " ' N 5 X., ik ix 1' MBE Q Qgwmy . Qu-4 -. L Q 5' g egg Q A .. . ,Q at st. if- 3 ie ci - QQ Q at QQ, fa-I xx' Q Q is g fi C it r 1 , .1 . it -wx if ft NM ky ,, QF QQQQQQ . V '-7. S' , 1. .,, L -+- ' is divx 'Q' N N NALIL-ck WL bi 91 J, v'- 69 C 54 f 4 xi ff 5 l 0 I v ... X . ml xgtit QW 22 ' :Lf- X X' XXX is it Filip' . t 1 .. t-1 . .Lt ew 1 1 ,sU'u 'ix iw-T 3 shi --X G' ., qv.-1 - 5 if X S t , I, 5 X , 'Q H J . " ivy N? ,. i .., ., ' r r Lili ..., . X' r F, K exam x fs Nl l J xg, e W V Alma Ellis Bobby Etheridge Katherine Fagg Carl Free Hilda Hee Farmer Robert Garey Marjorie Ford Mack Garrett Claire Foster Carl Class Betty Anne Frazier Robert Gotseh Mary Gammage Jack Griffin Bobbie Jean Gardner Waddell Hagins Juanita Gay Jimmy Hall LaVerne Gay Lagwaine Hatcher Patsy Geiger Keith Head Nona Gleaton Robert Heidt Martha Jane Goodin Frederick Henderson Rachel Greer Darrell Hendricks Hazel Hall Jimmy Houston Annette Halstead W'ayne Israel Ann Hannnoek Richard James Beverly Houston VVarren Johnson Marilyn Hout Billy Joiner Clara Howell Carl Jones Ilona llnll Jinnny King Edna Mae Jacobs Donald Knight Martha Jenkins Gibbs Liggin Zada Johnson W. L. Lumpkin Ernestine Joiner Kenneth Makant Helen Jones Edwin Manderson Jolene Jones Parks Manning Mary Frances Keheley Tommy Mansfield Anna Kessel Jesse Martin Beatrice Knight James Mason W M 'Z' ' ' it if Elia fX5lsi W K , LJ L A X if fvfxivt 'C 'axe ew. ,vu K Elf Ai Helene Lee Edward MLGlaniery Phyliss Lee john Mc-Laughlin Joyce Littleton William Melton Josie Masters Mack Mercer Loretta Maxwell Fonnny Monk Ida Mays Bobby Moran Sandra Mc-Daniel Wilhurn Nicholson Nancy McDowell Milton Norras Jeannine MeEacl1in David Orgel Sfifidra MeKemie an Robert Page Ann M L-Tigue Tommy Page Carole Ann Mt-Williznus Gene Plummer Carolyn Moncrief Bennie Powell Moree ' Otis Raekley Joyce Morgan Billy Ramsey Morris Ramsey Morton Alex Ray Glynette Myers Marion Revell Claire Oliver Buford Rolling Helen Paulsen Edward Sesgle Betty Jane Phillips ' ' Torn Shadrick Faye Pollock Kenneth Slocumb Leah Prisant Wiley Smith Claire Randall VVill Rogers Smith Shirley Rouse Warren Spillers Madge Sanders VVillie Spradlin Carolvn Schraeder Dick Spurling Dorothy Shadrick Dan Stevens Geraldine Shiyer Lamar Stewart Shirley Singletaiiy Cay Stokes H Q . it t xt , -Q, Kgs wma J . -e 9 ,se , v NVQ Qt XR XXX , S A Q Q. ,. '?:551,:. X 'Q' s A' x 1 ,,,. X . ir :x g ,. be . 5 'af-: N . 'XL :. . be s ' ss- R' .. X. x ,. . h Q w-52 A ff' xx is ,gk 1 'Q 5 Le 'Fir , , . -,.. N Q. Q? 4 1 Imam ttt Smith Irwin Striclclund Bt-ttv Spell V Louis Ivllclvrs Dorothy Statlnlni Otis Terry bt:-in Thompson Striclilzlncl Douglas Townslvy Bvtty Swt-at Szlnnny Vining Dorothy Inylor joe VVallis Gloria Tollmcrt Lvonarcl Walrcl . Murjorim- Van Dzllvy George Wvvsi L tty NVQ .uc r qlq, illy NVl1ittlv 'Z W' A 'M K Clll'lll Wells Q Q W ,, vs Elwood Williams E Q jnlicttv Wight 'zE:"V ' Ellgvlll? Williams t Carolyn VVilliznns .-..:. .V D . Luvforcl YViinlu-rlv 5 1 D lfvzl VVilliznns l 5' 5 M ....f",s - B Frank VVin 'atc X W ' I Dorothy NVillson f ' K . Holwrt NVooclrnH 1 X f, :zest I Ann XVoniblo Sainclrzi VViglit Ainivttc- Young W 'V is 1 4... lzu We X is fx 'T' it CHAPTER VI Om Wmzte Wane Zona? and gag If Q 1 J x ,, AA W 1 -A :. yi ,. I M -.---4 4 23 7 Qi nit'-' A Q45 , s 1 4 Wg 2 5 , L. 4 'M ml- 'rg ,QEEQ7 , .74g 4gX, 4A 52, ,X Q.?QBjkWi!!l!f 4 : N- ? ' f x X f 5 ff X 1, " I u g f' X 65 ANNUAL STAFF Faculty Advisors XIISS RICHARD BOATWHIGIIT, MR. G. B. IIONYELI, VVU, the ineinliers ol' the 1950 annual stall. have endeavored to luring vou an annual wliicli you may always cherish and keep as a memorv album of your davs in ,Nllvanv l Iigli School. FDlTOl'4lfXl, STAFF BUSINESS STAFF ilarlton Ilnii- Editor-in-Chief Donald Law , Business Managvi I,orvtt.i tliw-ii , Assistant Editor Iixvlvii Biitlvi' Literary Editor Mary Lou Griffin Assistant Bnsinc-ss Nlanagvi Lois Iirafivr Assistant Literary Editor Marv Bom-tt , Art Editor Jane Bass Marvin Nvsinitli lilizalwtli Colt-inan Assistant Art Editor , , l,.ixvi'i'iiu' Yi-i'iwi' Assistant Art Editor Carolyn Crocker Lf"mf'111"1if1"' 13115-ff' Bumlrwk ' Tfvpmll Edltflr Emilv Dann Virginia Putman Izloisi- lninan fvpist ' A Iaiiiclixi Xlavs Typist -leanette Davis Bt-wily Owens linln Tomlinson Tvpist I , , H ,iilIIlt'l' filizistaiin Pliotograpliv Editor Wifi' Am' DHHS c"m'm' llnmmx liao .lolnison , Assistant Vliotograpliv Editor Ralph Hudgm rjilwi TH. hlnnnn' Xtatlxins Sports Editor ' .'4'illl Xlaloni' A1-sistaiit Sports Editor Daisy Howard Xlnni XX'li.1le-v 0' M !4a,Z-if BE?I'A CLUB SIl0lISOTSUfcil1l17I NRS. VVAYNE C. LoNc:, Mus. T. R. VTHORNTON, AND Mus. ll. M. Doumws Purpose: To encourage seliolzirsliip, to develop eluiraeter, and to train in the lmlmits of good citizenship. OFFICERS OF CLU B President , Mary Lou Grillin Vice-President Carlton lluie Secretary Evelyn Butler Treasurer VVilluur Clifton 65 Junior Cursus Honorum Sponsor of Club: MRS. E. M. DKJBBINS Purpose: To develop in its members a lceener appreciation of the cultural values of life. This Cluh is divided into two units. The first unit is coin- posed of the students in the first Latin II elass. The second unit is composed of students in the second Latin II --lass. In the picture both units of the Iunior Cursus llonoruin have joined together to portray the funeral oration of Caesar, which was delivered hy Antony. OFFICERS OF CLUB Unit I Consuls W , , Bohby Russ, Ann House Quaestor , , Mary Bushnell Fraetor , ,D , Lucy llilsman Aedile ,W , Charles Hardin Unit II Consuls ,, , Donald Putman, David McKenzie Quaestor , Mack MeKelnie Praetor , Donald Sheppard Aedile Carolyn Hayes 'Shaw Spanish Club Sponsor of Club: MRS. S. A. JUHAN ZW Purpose: To arouse more interest in learning the Spanish language and in studying the life and customs of our Latin American neighbors. OFFICERS OF CLUB 66 President W. , H Evelyn Simmons VieePresident , , Don Bravaldo Secretary K YYY- -- if YLTOIII FCZIZQH Treasurer W ---, I joel llaunnond MEMBERS Sara Alligood Marcia Jones Armine Bolton Ed Keel Don Bravaldo Jake Clancy Carolyn Clayworth Gene Crosson Frances Doty Tom Feazell Marjorie Ford Betty Frazier Robert Garey JoAnn Giles Hazel Hall Joel Hammond Mary Frances Keheley Howard Lilliston Faye Pollock Laura Rietz Louise Sikes Evelyn Simmons Solon Skundamis Martha Ann Thomas Juanie Thomas Jananne Tyler Marjorie Van Daley l A ZQQGQ Senior Spanish Club Sponsor of Club: Mas. S. A. IIUHAN OFFICERS OF CLUB Spanish Club Sponsor of Club: Mas. S. A. JUHAN OFFICERS OF CLUB President , , H , Kay johnson Vice-President Lem McLendon Secretary , ,, , Barbara Lipsev Treasurer W Lawrence Verner MEMBERS .limmy Barber George Barker Howard Bedenbaugh Ann Cheatham .le-H' Crawford Mary Alice Cheatham Henry Daughtrey Betty Anne Edwards Mary Evie Gammayre David Garrison Patsy Geiizer Marilyn Hout Kay Hout Barbara Lipsey Ken Malone Pfesldelit --f--f A-V---f . Aff- . -..Wilbur Clifton, Loretta Green Vice-President , ,.,, ,,,,Ray Johnson, Eugenia Christo 5f'Cl'l'f1ll'y f . H W Allyn Gibson, Margaret Vick Treasurer ,, ,,Anne Blackman, Eleanor Haynes MEMBERS Anne Blackman Philip Clark Wilbur Clifton Ray Johnson Bobby Lee Ben Lowe Joe Maxwell Robert Smith Billy Threlkeld Bennett Tyler Margaret Vick Marjorie Bennett Eugenia Christo Ann Coleman Allyn Gibson Loretta Green Bruce Gunnels Eleanor Haynes Billy Hubbard Joel Mikell Mary Miller Grace Traylor T em McLendon John Miller .Tohn Oliver Mizelle Pritchard Mary Alice Ramsey Bobby Rowland Wisteria Simmons Bob Sperry Oscar Stephens Betty Swette Tommy Tarpley Lawrence Verner Horaee Snires Dorothy Statham 67 LE c:ERrcl.E FRANCAIS Faculty Advisor: Miss RICHARD BOATRIGHT The purpose of the French Club is to inspire a love, an appreciation, and a better understanding of the French language. OFFICERS President ..,........ , Landra Mays Vice President -,.,--lNlarvin NeSmith Secretary W, W, ,,,-, Daisy Howard Treasurer W H ,, , Lois Brazier Program Chairman - Lynne Lilliston MEMBERS Lois Brazier Cleta Cobb Marv Ann Davis Paul DuBose Juanita Glosson Robert Hallowell Daisy Howard Lynne Lilliston Landra Mays Marvin NeSmith Beverly Owens Connie Thomas Barbara Woodham SENIOR CURSUS HONORUM Sponsor: Mas. E. M. DOBBINS Purpose: The Cursus Honorum is the oldest club in Albany High School, having been organized in 1936. The purpose of the club is to encourage pupils to continue their Latin study, to create a desire for and a knowledge of the cultural values of life. OFFICERS OF CLUB Consul --, -L Evelyn Butler Consul ............. QCarlton Huie Praetor-Quaestor c.,,.. Emily Dann Aedile , -. ..c., . - -- Ianice Chastain P ' "'- , "-We t Q gi it is i ,- gl fig Q-,J-581 .. . ' saw X if Sf: f Kb S s..?ff'?0eCf7' Q if 6508? Adwfo n Qhaivv x 1,0 pgs.- fe W ?39rEzv3L9f!L9m X A 9"i'P5'Ml 'l 'xii 'Mx I xxx 'X N"'w.,5ff1'1o Riff uf r: -V N" it r a C X. :fly S V, V+. -F i ' XY X 5 - , .. . -:fag vlll- r Q, E E Q E -it 68 X General Science Club Sponsor: Mn. C. ll. HOWELL Prcsidcnt Muck Uurrctt Vice l'rcsiclcnt :Xnncttc Young Sccrctzil'y'll1'L'a1sL1rcr l larry wlllllllllilll C W Physics Club Spmisorg Mn. Cl. ll. l l0Vl'lil.l, l5Lll'l'l0SCC illliis clulu is ccminpusccl ul' scniors who study physics. lt niccw rcgulnrly czicli six xvcclxs amd prmnutcs interest in scicntilic news. Ol7l5lClillS Oli CLUB Prcsiclcnt ljlixnlwtlm Price Vice-llrcsiclcnt lfmily llmn SL'L'l'CI2ll'yf'lll'CLlSLll'Cl' nlrtliur lDLlI'SlllI11L'l' Q xx KY W .sf 1 i s Mmmm N,.v,,. 4. 3 1 .I , 1 , ...M ,,N, , A - f f r. 1 V V 2 H- . Q , if 6 M544 'ZW fer? P- G 2 . gi ' ' 1 Z m.,52.r,L ,Mawh- T W N W X :ff 1 5 ,,', ' Q iw: S K S X E ,Q img. 3 .4 5 i , ....... ...- al x .. was ,Sze Yessy 1 ..... I ...Q y i k 6 i 4 S35-if an uw P 5 .,..., . 4 a 'Q' G 2 gm ,m f X KW? i .,., I 'vb 1 Q " 2 . x 8 ya ,Qx 9. in bm-fN"'f""" A Q X I Q .rw-ww Q Q .fe ' Q 8 Y 'K , x,,.,,auwu4w+" , ,ne ' iv! V , sg-A ., .gwzbw Chapter I OFFICERS OF CLUB President H.- ,H , ,,,, Jeanette Davis Vice-President new Peggy Bundrick Secretary-Treasurer , , , Sally Powell s MAMIE BROSNAN HISTORY CLUB Sponsor of Club: Miss iX1ARGUEIlITE Form Purpose: To promote interest in affairs of the world through forums, student debates. and guest speakers. Chapter II OFFICERS OF CLUB President ,, WMU Grayson Peters Vice-President , ,, ,, Lynne Lilliston Sceretziry-Treasurer ,Virginia Putman C Chapter I , Q - OFFICERS OF CLUB President - .,v -- ..,,. Evelyn Butler Vice-President - .S - -, Frances Chambers Secretary --------, ss.. . Billy Helm Treasurer --- v...A Tommy Stonecycle Program Chairman -- .s,, Tommy Kidd Press Reporter .s...... Wynelle Davis sENloR HISTORY DEBATE CLUB Sponsor of Club: MR. O. ALLEN Purpose: To learn to think logically and to speak effectively. Chapter II OFFICERS OF CLUB President u............ -Mary Boyett Vice-President .... . Barbara Woodham Secretary ...u.... - Elizabeth Coleman Treasurer ....e,...... - Landra Mays Publicity Chairman ...C -lean Malone Program Chairman ---Wilbur Clifton Assistant Program Chairman ------ Mary Ann Davis 73 Chapter I OFFICERS OF CLUB President ,,, ,,,,Lem lVlcLendon Vice-President ,, ,, ,,, Annelle Stem Secretary-Treasu rer , ,,, Kay Brown WORLD HISTORY CLUB Sponsor: Miss lN'lARGUERITE FORD Purpose: To stimulate interest in the current world affairs. i 74 Chapter Il OFFICERS OF CLUB President ,,,,,,,,,,, ,Gene Plummer Vice-President ,,, ,, ,Robert Albert Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,Sunclra Wright POW WOW STAFF lfuczrlty flzlvisnr: Miss ri1llIlI,1X1A PLANT limlilor li0iSBl'1llll'l' Hoportc-rs , Bobby Culbcrtson, xW,t.mh. l.jLmm. Lamm Riot! Artlmr Dnrsliimvr, janv Slnitli, l'lt'Llllll'K' lqlllllll' Donailcl Law mlm-nil' -lulmslm glmlis lqtmm- Jimmy lrwcllml, Bnsinc-ss Muimga-r Caroline llnyus Xalx. lialilor lizlclivl llayvs Circulation Nlumlgcl' llnzvl Bzlrm-tt lin-lnziungr liclitor Hawk Lipscy 'Iypigfg H V lgptty Lund, llllultvgllllilly lilllltll' JLIIIIUS ljallllvl Algujg-i Svyq-git, linlldrig-k F.-nf Q 'S Qu no Spozzsnrz Miss lXlAnc:uER1TE FORD . iwiiwimg ljllI'l'IUSCI To apply rlic principles of sociology and economics to everyday living. Ol"l"llIlillS OF CfLUB7l'rcsiclv11t, Carlton liuieg Vicv-President and Prograun Clmirlnuii, llowurnl Law: Secretary-Treasurer, Russel Lofton. -1 . ,A , ., ART SERV CE CLUB THYMALIAN CLUB Slvmzxnrz Mus. VV. N. VAN ClISli Pur mow: lo rcmlcr nrt scrvicc to tlmc school , , . l Fllmc l-llyl1l'lll'lI1 Cllulw IS 1 Cll"IIl1'lllL' 0l'f"lI1l7'l lnll Ufllnlnllnlty. K K K A t at K Y Mmlfff uSL"'lllu' lm Ullwlg '1'f'1f"' llmn Scll' tion L'Ul11lJ05aCll ol' gpm-elm stumlcnls. l.lI1QlCl' ilu' nlircc- Ol"l"lffl'lllS Ol" CLUB ll,'f"Wl""l4 ,C1"'ll"" HM" lion of Mrs. Tllzlcl lluglws, lr. Xiu'-l'1'4'slrlm'l1t Inu-lyn BlIflt'l4 ' gl'l'l'l't1ll'y Annlwllv Slvlll l1l'C'ilhlll'1'l' Lucx' Ililsmzm , . , . , , l'rojm-I clllLlll'IIIiHl Mary Boyvil M-llic-xvxllvllt cllllllflllilll 'I'ommy 'l'u1'pl4'j' Poxtvl' Clmirnmn Fraumu-s Dotx' P. f . . , , - lL'.llCl1l ROSCIIIQIIX lllwnc Pnllwlu-ity Clmirnmn liolwrt Allx-rt SL ' ' l':lItK'I'l1llIlllN'lIl cllllllflllilll l,z1wl'c-lu-1' XYPYIIPI' Tlw Club is xx-lf supporting. 'l'lu'rc- urs- no mluwg it ViCL'fl7l'CsiclCl1t Alllrx' lloll flrillln m-urns its own mom-x for nrt lctlvrs lor uncls-r gI'klCllllltt'S, ' mul lor url l1lll5 lor stmlvnls wllo lmxv lvvvn in flu' Ulllll hun. w.m.5 amd lm, wmllmtimll SCCrctzll'y-'l1l'c1lsLlrcl' llopc lXlL'KCll1lL' DE llistrihutire litlueation is a course in high school irherehy the stutlents learn to worla while going to school. Miss lflifaheth Robison is the sponsor ol, this organization. Ol3l3lfllRS l'resicleni Mollie Carlson Viee-Presitlent ,Totnniy Kitlcl Seeretari'-'I'reasurer Betty jo. Fagg lll'lJl'l'St'lIi2lllYl' Bohbv Mansfield Reporter llalieigh Beach 4 WW DCT Diversiliecl Cooperative Training is a Course made availahle to ofler students the opportunity to learn the occupation of their choice through actual experience on the joh. The sponsor is Mr. Clnlycloii Pierce. OFFlCEl7iS President ,W , , ,,Donald Paulk Viee-President , , , Archie Moore Seeretary-Treasllrer , Rue Nell Green Sergeant-at-Arms Harold Vanlanclingham nf ' A ' A' X .Fx E risk' -9 A. "Y 'gi .I - Z if rg Rx A' f' ,.. I M , . 5 I -I I -as 'f ' E P X ' 35 f' H X " 3 Q B' , V R 5 if ' ' I LL Q5 ' ' Us ,QQ y m '31 or L : t , , rs g xr feb. rap' ,V f I fl P A, ' . V 'yr 'ii ii rss? Fr . 1 my qui ' x ,9 M 5 fr gf 157315, 42- 1 P, or i 55 rw ,:. M A - -Q kx . li K 63, H : ' -I I X ' ' if I :,,. , R . I ,W isfg, y , is l ' V M L FW 1 K . .Il li Y W , x W F av y s l .5 i::"i-I A: ' A - Q In qsi .::g I., .V . -'-- , I I A 0 R 5 Iggitiv ., ' .' 'I ' .P 'Q ' 4 1 V -, ,gl F A I I I TV. 4 F I . A I A 1 Gi' ,T ' r - A lj: .Q,, if x f Vw ie L f I X f iq,- ' X r I ia if , I km. Ll 5 OFFICERS OF SENIOR TRI-HI-Y CLUB Y f, K President ,, ,H , , W-, , -H I, Lois Brazier ' ' r 6 Vice-President ,,,,., ,W , kv Janice Chastain P - R Secretaries ,, ,,,. ,Evelyn Butler, Eloise Inman . 3 Tl'l'2lSlIl'6l' AWN -,,, , ,,,, ,-,LOretta Gregn f ' I OF TRI-HI-Y Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,, ,, ,,Eugenia Christo ' Q ri? Q, . - . a .' r .f,,, , . qv Public He-litmns Cllllflll Ill Emily Dann President ,.,,.. .,,,- ,,,., Marie Iwiogforci Program-Devohonril Ch rirman , .,,, Z: ..-., I' Vice-President ,Hu -,,u,,,- ,.Ann Rouse Mary Lou Griffin, Wynelle Davis '1 Secretary -msn an ROSCIIHIIY Rliync Scrvicv Projx-cts Chairman H, ,,,. Landra Mays Treasurer ,.,,-- --,, ,,DOrOthy Bass Sponsor of Senior Tri-Hi'Y: Miss THELMA PLANT Sponsors of junior Tri-Hi-Y: MRS. TOM 'TI-IORNTON, Miss ELISE CLANNON Purpose: To create, maintain, and extend through the school and community high standards Of Christian character. 78 '1 M w if "iii 'UF'-K iw:-,.4 Q rf. -A . 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' Wx U4 ig 1 ,Qu 1 as ,X ., X gr., f xq OFFICERS OF CLUB President -.-.-.,,e Vice-President Vice-President t .. jimmy Freeman ,Lg ' Melvin Woody A F in vw Purpose: "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and com- Eff Bobby Culbertson Secretary ..., -.-Jimmy Watkins Treasurer -M - ---James Calhoun munity, high standards of Christian character." Sponsors of Club: COACH R, F. SPERRY, MR. SAMUEL M. CROSSLEY 79 S. 0. S. CLUB F. T. A. CLUB Spmzsor: Mus. Wixi'NE C. Lone: Pllrpusc-z 'l'lw S. U, S. Clnli is cmnpusccl uf senior buys anal girls wliu arc pre-pn1'iiig flN'lIlSl'lYt'S for work in tlu- linsim-ss worlcl. 'l'lu- slogan of tlu- clnli is "Svvlcn-rs ul' SllL't'i'SS.ll Tlu- group nnclcr tllc clirvctiml of Mrs, XVaiyne- C. Lung is knnwn utlnirwisv as "Slum-s of Short- liznialf' Oni- nl' tln' prnjc-ds for tllv your is typing to assist inn-inlmq-rs of tliv liilL'llllV. Ul7l7lCliRS Ulf ULU I3 l'i'vsicl1-nl Muriv MvLm-iiiurv xiii?-l,l'i'Sllll'lll , jam-I Swq-git Sl'l'I'l'lkll'f' Tre-zlsnrvr Prcss lim-pnrtvi' Clnirc llvclvlllmllgli Sully Powell Pvggy Bnnclrick Spmzsors: Miss lXlARtLlIERl'l'E Fonn, Miss INA liANDl'IA'l' Pnrpos:-: To t'llL't7lll'2lgt' young In-uplv ln L-ultiuitv in tlu-ills:-lvcs tlw flllkllllil'S uf pcrsmmliii' :incl cl1a1i'uc'l1-1' wliicli am- tln- fminclaltinns of sm-on-sslnl lc-an-lling, To prnviclv young pvnlmlm- willl spvciiil' lllliUl'lll2llllIll allmllt tlw uppurtnnitivs in tlw xuriuns fivlcls nl 4-cllu-uliuii. To give ut la-ust 50 liunrs nf in-v SK'I'XlL'l' an ye-ur pc-r llll'llllN'I' assisting tcm-licrs nnrl sclmnl nfl'in-inls, Ol:l7lClillS Oli CLUB Prcsicln-nt lilm-anmr llamynm-s Xllli'-Pl'0Slfl0lll xlllI'g2ll'l'l Yin-li Sl'L'I'l'till'y l'il'lll'5lllN' Nlumly rIlI'i'2lSlll'L'l' lfmnuis Dutv l'l'vss lim-pmtc-r lfxm-lyn Siinnmns 3 GLEE CLUB lJlREC'l'ORJ Mn. VV. ll. Coma President Melvin Vlfoocly Vice-Presiclent jimmy Freeman Sec ret il ry Ba rhoro Wfooclhu m lircnsurer Loretta Crcen Lihrnritm Lois Brazicr KEY CLUB Sponsor of Club: Mn. llowfxnn VVATERS Kiwanis xldrisor: DR. L. A. STEPHENS Purpose: This is one ol' the many service clubs in our school sponsorccl hy thc National Kiwanis Cluh. OFFICERS OF CLUB President ,,, Donald Law Viceflyresiclent Bobby Culbertson Secretsryflrcnsurer james Calhoun I 11-mats ' BOOK WORMS LIBRARY CLUB "I OIT" Iljtemtrzre Offers Varied Ifducatimil J . . I . I I I I, Q IVI II, MISS THU M I PI ANT I urpose: Io promote lnterest III the stuq o e IIUIISUII U . I I l .If ' , I , I'urpose: Io stimulate interest in good Iitf books, and to umIerstuncI the management ol' li L'IAAlILlI'L', to extencl, deepen and refine one's abilirv , ,. . A - I . . . ' Ivrurtes. Mrs. IIogue IS the sponsor ol tme lo express Ins or her tlmouglmts and Ideas II'l both ' ' oral and written form. I.,IIJl'2ll'y CIuIv. UIIITICIILRS UI: CLUB Presiclent EmiIx' Dann President .Xnne IILIQIICS Viee I,resicIent Bennett Tvler , - . , I I I H . I . , . ' Seeretarvf I rezlsurer Imetty on .nc Seeretary Marte MeLemore ' 'I.I'L'2lSlII'Cl' Frances Chambers I'rogr.nn CIIIQIIVIHRIII Vernon Story Press IIeporter ,X Malek Lipsey 82 NN N X QT Wwwww MY QD I -ax . an 3 I D I ,M I .X 1---E 2' 3 X J ,np ,man , N iw E Miha JI w JUNIOR POLICE STUDENT COUNCIL SIJOIISUVI NIn.Cl1.x NN SOXVIil.L I'ItIL'IIII,I' fIfI1'ism': Mn. IACKcJ'IIR1IiN I,Lll'lmsC: IH ITIUIIIUIC SAIIICII' IIll'ULlgI10Llt IIIL' Purpose-: Tu ulmtnin an IIYIUIIKIII' Imsis of 1-n-upvmtimn SCIIUUIN and IIIIKILTSIAIIICIIIIQ In-Iwvcn tlw tm-ulty and the- stuclm-nts ' " 'I'In- Cuum-il is L-mnpusvcl of mu- I'l'l3I'l'SUIIIllIIYI' Irmn I-mlm f f ' .4 3 ' -I ' I . V . . U1 I It LIN5 UI C IJLIII Imnwmnml amd tlw student I'L'llI't'Sl'IlI1lIlVt'. Ilns lmalx Qftllylgin Ah-Iyin Xvuuddy :nm-ts with. il Im-ulty 1'm-p11-sc-xntzltivv and cIisa-ussm-s IIN I ivulclnm ,Xrtlulr Durglmncl. prolmln-ms UI tlw SIIILIUIIIS and tlu-ir opinions wmlxc-1-l'11i - 1-lnml activitics 'I'I1is umm-il is pn-siLIn-LI mx-1' In ilu tlu 5 1 . . . SugL.1:1tIuss Iupmtu IIIIIIIIII ILIIIIQS m,d1.,,t ,.l.I,,.t.Sl.,,mt,W' yum, yyflmlvyi 83 OCTET SEXTET First Tcnors: Melvin VVoociclv, Mack Carrot. First Sourzmos: Loretta Crccn, Surat Hruncii, . I Scconci icnors: Solon Skundziinis, Bobby Sam j5L'lgIL' pnwtlnc -lfmu"'l"m"' 'HM-V Lrworic Second Sopranos: hrncstmc Moodv. l'ra1nccs M . M B H lx I I M H Chambers, .luunita Cay, Martini june 'l'liomzxs. hm im: 1 "L JINY IOC MWC ' Altos: Lois Brazier, Mary Ann Blzickslicar, Second Bass: .Iimmv Barnes, jimmy Frccnizm. Lzmdrn Mays, Peggy Bundricix. Director: MR. XAIILLIAIXI Il. Coma 84 Ky 3 S Q is ti y ,W 1 'X 'gilf ' 'e 5 fkx fi Q5 . 3 - SS X Q- 9' . x xiisq eg 1 3-'. K I as f-.1-..1..,w.1 -.,-,1. ., M 1 L- 5 Q . 5 Y S 4. -..Q xwwxx . Q S N as . . x Q E ' ll xx : 1 X..x N -Q ex f i "' Q s 'WX X s K . ,X H , V Q Q Left to Right: -In Amie -Iulmshm, Vium NVlmley, Aim Hailey, Kzltlie Sue jortlmi, Elim- In-th Cola-mzm, Put Slmrmim, june Smith. 77Za7hzez'te4 The majorettes are led hy ii highly slxillecl clrum niiljor whose past experience has heen in lending the hzmcl. Vernon Storey Qmcl Vzmn Wllmley share the title ul' hezicl, since Vtmn was seleetecl hy the htmcl to he the heucl drum mrijorette, imcl Vernon the heucl drum major. The milf jorettes hnye il strenuous taislx which takes perlieet rhythm tmcl timing, plus that zihility to twirl ll hilton. Alhzmy has heen luelyy this year in having seven ul' its heuuties to perform for them ut the games. hir. YV. ll. Gore is their eapaihle leucler. Left to Right: Ann Rouse, Barbara Wood- ham, Landra Mays, Ianet Sweat, Helen jones, Barbara Lipsey, Annette Young, Ernestine Joiner. 'A' dke The Cheerleaders have performed the unending task this year of leading in the school songs and yells. They have added enthusiasm in times of depression. Bar- hara Woodham serves as head cheerleader in teaching the others yells, songs, and motions. 87 4-H Club The 4-ll members pledge their heart, head, hands, and health to do the best service possible at all times. The purpose is to teach the members to become 'better eitilens and to live happily in their homes. The sponsor of the club is Mrs. Fannie Mae Griner. 1 E JI v 1" tr , N,- fl lr I X " 1 X ky lx f . X f x f S -f if lx N f Q- if X K OFFICERS President ,,,,. ,-, ,f,, W, H ,, Marianne Beasley Vice-President ,W , Doris Robertson Secretary M, - , , Alenia Davis Press Reporter . ,,,, ,,,,,, , ,, , .-,Bnrie MeCnrdy Block A Club The Block A Club is composed oi' boys who have earned a letter "A" in some intramural sport. Membership is optional, and one becomes eligible after receiving one letter. It is more of an honorary club than an active organization, and the members are recognized as very good sports. George Beggs 1 Hilton Brooks Jordan Cox X Bobby Culbertson James Daniel 1 x 5 f X xx j X2 X 4 s. X I ' XXX xxx X Y 'X ll Y ix fi it lx F fl L it .Q ii I , x A r X x X x K f ' .P s . X Arthur Durshimer ll X l x ji xx H, - NX limmv Freeman , , W .:,, , x X . . f' ' XX ' X fi! q XX xx X ,q,,M,,t,,,,.,,,, r,rr,,, MY,,,,,W-,,,,,,-,.,.. f-as Bud George ' Craig llawla My Mack Lipsey Frankie Mel lann Lem iXlCLCI1ClUl1 Bobby Phillips 0 8 fr r fibre, We X lioraee Spi res by ' Bennett Tyler X .N , , Jackie Warrerm J 5 , limmv Wzltkiris . S . . .limmy Young f t 2 at .rrz , .:,: , i R ! W ! ..:-.:: E :,. .,...-.......- ...r......---J CHAPTER VII 36444, Sweat and 'feafw l- -Ts i S 'Q g -S xi X l ' g -, -T 51:1 -Ji' 89 yum WW51 mmq w , 1 00 COACHES: MANAGERS: :Owl ,, Q ' ' Hxwxw x X 1. as , X, . i N v x A X ,X ,vwiiif M8 ' f " ai? 5' ' - Q44 -' x ' +1 . A? I R x X i XL - , f . em, f f ff V nw , im- U A 1 X ww- ' h V 3 TP Q ' . RL ,I N ,V ..- QA f' ,. 2-if '- r . Ai? A 6 P 'L I Ni-3 t f , ' fr, 1 I - ci ,. ML Jas A A L 3 f 'ip 4- ' Q X 1' u gms -K1Hi.KRlJrhf3iLkiMk 6 Robert Sperry Poul Robertson Jock O'Brien Jimmy Wotkins Dooly Culbertson Craig Howk sw.. QW w N iw? ' Q we 'P I ai! 'fiWR..X ,wt X Y We? rs 'i ,Vnfgk Q is X .EQ X- .f..sX.,i M- -Q.. X i, .iiwiilfk nukgiixifi-.R1isAc3iQ.:N'Q o -I .' SX 1 . it , X-,W Q . X ' . 533 5- News ' t. ,Y 'N-339+ 'H . X ,X J i 'Q ff' k iffy, 5' " ik Q ..? mm xxrxirfiyi .mi,,.lxi4,ii.,x, 9 UN X O'.sqgfX"m? 1655 A S ex 2' -' X M Q-ig: .il A - -.. Mi, .Sa , mv. . x - V5 A if XX? 5 Sp... 4 N N 'fry'-1 ,X 'D 3 5, we X , 4 2' X wi Q: x Q ,Z X 1 . 35522 f " , 'r ' .3 fy f A ' X xx 55:55-5: V : 'Q ella f nw , 1 4 M ,. X - x . - Xl, 511355 A Q 5 f , 1 X 7 f5"':fQ ' fx, it e X wt 5 1-is , X n , X .1 so , . ' M ig X . ' 1 -.W-wx'E'i ia. Q- X. . ' Wrvxgb, : I A, ' W 'fuk'-si i - X. X V, N XNREX 5 'PTPHQH-," ' '-55' 'itfi ' :Q , " R 5 W 1' " Qjjrf 1 S1 . x 1 ,X Xu :ww A ,, 3 io v. Q 5 ' 1 fx , ' ' Q I I iw. ' - K ' ., 1 A Izez r K ' i ymiiifxx 4 ox-ii ii ima ix to-3' , W - .X A - Q . Q M ,v-W X er 7' wi sw.. GLYNN SOWELL, Coach W 4 CHARLES TALLENT TOMMY CZOLEMAN RAY JOHNSON P Q if JORDAN COX bhORCfl., MITCHELL BILLY WHITTLE PI-IILLIP CLARK JERRY RUTLAND X MACK LIPSEY i K BOBBY PHILLIPS ' JAMES DANIEL 1 ?' if I , ,E JIMMY FREEMAN 5546! .E RN ESTIN E MOODY EVA WILLIAMS FLORA CARROL BOBBIE JEAN GARDNER XXQQH A 3 BETTY LAND N. C. HATCHER, Coach L ANDRA MA YS BARBARA BRAY ANNE BELL BEULAH WELLS S N A I v gm X. ,:- .B A U ETTY DRI DOES Q X X X xx xx xx X n X N BETTY HATFllil.h 4 10 ANN GILES LOUIML BRANSFORD MARY ALICE CHEATHAM CARGLYN HAYES xg' -, , -f ' wig. .f Y.. 1 TENNIS TEAM GOLF TEAM Slauulimg Llvfl to risglmti: In-an Nlulmw, Dnisx llmm- nrcl, llx-lvn jenn-5, Nlm' Xlnlsc-,hllm-lc-xl N4-wsmm-. ' Hmm! f1H""f"S' AlAll"'l' Dm'5I'i Q S4-fhicl Chit tu Tlglltyf l',I'lH'StllH' -IIIIIIPT, Mary Hcmyvtt, SIu,l.l.M Ummm Swm- Bnbln Huw lzul XXIHILIIIIS, l'vggy Almblmmmk. ' ' s . ,fp Vue? - 94 lllkl iuuln li I TRACK TEAM First llow llcfl to riglitl: Craig Hawk, Paul Callivr, Buddy Israel, Emory VVynn, Le-ni ML-London, joc Maxwell, Hilton Brooks, jimmy Mt-lbtmm-Il. Sm-oncl llow: Coat-li -lack O'l3rivn, Managvr, Ct-orgv Briggs, Bolnlmy Pllillips, Tommy Cole-man, Clinton Powell, llnclolpli Clark, llanivs clitSlll'llt'l'l'f', -lan-kiv NVarrt-n, Richard Conrad, Managt-r. BASEBALL TEAM First liow Cleft to riglitl: YValtvr Strivkland, Bcnnvtt Tyler, jimmy Freeman, Don Slwppard, Jordan Cox, Price L96 NV:-stbrook, NVynn Sll'li'lil1lIK1. Sm-oml Row: Coat-li lirskim- Mills, Clow Clark, Janie-s Danicl, John Hines, Harry Holton, Cecil Hamilton, Iorry llntlaml. Missing Froni l'it'tnr0: Philip Clark, Burl Cc-org:-, Howard Law, Jinnny VVatkins, Managvr. sr. B 5 sw Wt, il tx 5925 S L E ,134 W Rii- g wrists N... 95 BOYS' BASKETBALL SCORES BASKETBALL Our Indians, under the direction of Coach Glynn Sowell, fared well in pre-Christmas play. In games played before the holidays, the Tribesmen defeated seven South Georgia Teams by decisive scores. In Atlanta at the Invitational Toumament, they faced the toughest competition in the state, but won three of their four games, placing third. james Daniel and "Boney" Phillips were elected to the all-star team at forward and center respectively. The Squaws under the direction of Mr. Hatcher, met with some stiff compe- tition during their entire basketball season, but nevertheless made a good showing in all the games. Albany Albany Baker County Damascus - - - Albany Doerun ..... Albany Leslie ...... Albany Baker ' County Albany Americus --- Albany Tifton ...... Alban O'Keefe .... Albany Roosevelt --- Albany Rossville .... Albany Chatsworth - Albany Jordan ..... Albany Columbus --- Albany Perry ..... Albany Moultrie - Albany Canton --- Albany Moultrie -- Albany Bass ..... Albany Canton -- TENNIS The Tennis Team is composed of both boys and girls interested in the sport. This team is comparatively new among the other sports at A. H. S., but it has won its share of honors since it has been organized. The boys' team is not pictured because they had not chosen their team when the pictures were made. BASEBALL The 1949 baseball team had a very good season, being defeated only twice. They played the following teams during the season: Cuthbert, winning 7-0, 19-7, Moultrie, winning 7-55 Valdosta, winning 2-O, 3-Og Sylvester, winning 9-0, 19-2g Dawson, winning 7-Og Tallahassee, losing 2-1, 4-3. After defeating Americus 17-2, Dawson 4-1, Thomaston 8-5, and Waycross 2-1, they became region one champions. They were eliminated in the state tournament after being defeated by Gaines- TRACK The l949 Track Team had a very good season. They had two meets at Morgan, winning both of them, one meet in Tifton, winning it, and they dropped a scrimmage meet to Lanier in Macon. 1 They won the Second District Championship and the trophy for the first time in thirteen years. This meet was held at Tifton. Several boys were qualified to go to the state meet by placing either first or second in the district event. At the state meet, Frankie Mcl-lann was the only one qualified to compete in the finals. I-le brought the orange and green through by winning first place in the one hundred yard dash. ville 1-O, and Fulton 4-3. 96 SCANNING ,THE SCHEDULE September 16 GRADY HIGH Atlanta, Ga. The team made a beautiful comeback in the second half of the season's opener to take it, 14-0. September 23 LaGRANGE Albany, Ga. The first home game was dropped to LaGrange by the Indians 26-6. September 30 BAY HIGH CPanama CityD Albany, Ga. The Indians stormed back after their defeat to down the Tornadoes, 20-19. October 7 WAYGROSS Albany, Ga. The Braves were handed their second defeat by the Waycross Bulldogs, 14-13. October 14 AMERICIUS Americus, Ga. The Tribe again come back after their defeat to scalp Amerieus, 34-0. October 21 COLUMBUS Albany, Ga. The Team kept up its good work by defeating Columbus, 40-13. October 27 BAINBRIDGE Bainbridge, Ga. The Indians came a step nearer the region crown by crashing the Bainbridge power house, 28-0. November 4 MOULTRIE Moultrie, Ga. The A. Il. S. eleven won their fourth straight when they smothered Moultrie, 27-13. November l l VALDOSTA Albany, Ga. The Tribe again came through to outscore their old rival, Valdosta, 3426. November 24 THOIVIASVILLE CDay GameQ Albany, Ga. The Indians came through beautifully to gain the region crown by defeating Thomasville, 41-0. SOUTH GEORGIA CHAMPIONSHIP December 2 TIFTON Albany, Ga. The Tifton Blue Devils overpowered the Indians to capture the South Georgia Championship. 97 '3'f"2f"?7?iM'wrwLfae:k'z1 wmv- Wim Q H A " " 'wW!'z Swgfivg .M . f 1 I V- fs ,.,,:,., .. ww 1: fs aff 2. 1 A 1 4' M M ., i n X K A f -' 635.515 , 3 .:.... ' 'X ,K + ' ':,. U - 1 , u , - ' mga? y ,ix 3 29" ' -f MJ 2 Jlfgfx kill ..-'--- E 'Hifi 'KY f ff H, n- . x,.'fwf. Q-vw f jjwjyj y QV TBALLgg9g3fQ?w33i1g6kQ35giQg5 ' 9v yan-wg , 6,3 fi , mg m2.'g,3,A hgigffsf - , ..fmmw.f1 N wi I, K M44 My WS V mzswfkmw my Watkins, Craig Hawk, Dooly Culberfson V Footboil Managers f ' CHAPTER VIII 1456 7464 and qfeaaen, 744.7 III I, V359 I III af I , IIIKMI! , , III II I I XX. ' x K x X - ,, . , 1 XXX N ---ff? 39 f 3 , ' 4. ,617 4351 BOBBY CULBERTSON AND EMILY DANN 101 Wffff ARTHUR DURSHIMER AND EVELYN BUTLER 102 LEM MCLENDON AND BETTY LAND 107 ...rx 'Ni X HF" as ,uw ' Mg -sm Off Q ,Q e+:f N. 1 , xy' W ,, N wi Xi Wm X wx 11 xifx f A - V , x ' ' Mxxww, X 6s.'15, f Q, , , H wfxgg, Q ' Wk W A gf- W K -:-: 'f'- "" : - ' . xx X- , X - X- , 0 xii-as -RN, wftxnfagiwya b t ' fo-t,,2Q,,gx , A f A fiflx-f-sff iw ' X xw,5AA , 5? iw i NM g 5 Q S'?:w"'mi M ,, tf H 1 A Q ' f 'Q .X gg Ng w , . R, X x E P b g A ,X ' NA JIMMY YOUNG AND LOIS BRAZIER arm' ,xg . 31 OK WEEK E - - if 'Mig' QQ, , "4Sx' . - .X 1 .J r " LX These twenty seniors have played the leading role in the "Best Years of Our Lives." A description of each character may he found in the second chapter en' titled, "Gone With The Wind." All twenty possess the same qualities that in- fluence others-leadership, scholarship, and service to their school. They have reached the summit, hut yet their worthwhile characteristics keep them ever climbing up- ward for something even higher than the very top. 110 Z l l is CTX X XWQ T E. ': .93 it mf' CHAPTER IX , . os- 5 o :2 2 2 41 S 0500! 0- . if Q Q ff Ae- E ' Q-I if Carol and Carolyn leave Oscar and Sidney to anybody who can handle them. Jean Malone leaves her ability to have fun in study hall to anyone else who can get away with it. Jimmy Watkins leaves his cold shower to Wayne Martin. Wynn Strickland leaves his ability to skip classes without getting caught to Myers Pait. Bud George regretfully leaves Mrs. Thomton but happily leaves with Janet. Elizabeth Price and Charles Townsend leave, wedding license in hand. To Miss Randitt, we will nightmares of circles waltzing with trapezoids, and obtuse triangles making love to acute angles, while the right triangle marches on its legs and keeps the other figures in order. Frankie McHann wills his ability to lug a pigskin to "Goo Goo" Heidt. George Beggs wills his mind which he lost in Miss Plants English class, to anyone who can find it. Janice Chastain happily leaves with her "T Model Ford. Mighty "Bo" Young wills his manly physique to Don Bravaldo. Philip Clark leaves his way with the women to Jordan "Lady Killeri' Cox. Jimmy Barnes leaves Carol Ann with a sigh. Jane Bass leaves her Eritos and the confusion of speech class to Hope McKemie. Eloise leaves her lovely black tresses to red-headed Arlene Rifkin. Evelyn Butler leaves her "pumping" mirror in girl's study hall to Barbara Lipsey. Lem McLendon 'leaves P Hey! Where's Anne? Mollie Carlson, Carolyn Fambro, and Olethia Hopper leave still laughing. What's the joke girls? Lynne Lilliston leaves her sophisticated airs to Carmen Merrill. Rue Nell Green and Ramona Cannon leave looking for full time USO work. Billy Hubbard wills his position as head drummer in the band to William Battle. Pray Johnson leaves with the freshman girls still swooning. Jeanette Davis departs still in a state of confusion over Craig. Pat and Lawrence lovers leave. James Calhoun leaves to join his fellow preaching comrades. Daisy and Beverly leave their undying friendship to Juliette Wight and Eva Williams. The nine muses, Mary Lou, Janice, James, Carlton, La Verne, Carol, Emily, Evelyn, and Mary regretfully leave Vergil, Cicero, and Caesar to Mrs. "Beppie" Dobbins. Mr. Allen's champion debaters leave their places on the debate teams to any poor juniors who think they can Hll them. Mary Boyette wills her position as the Tri-Hi-Y bulletin board keeper to Frances Doty. Landra Mays wills her manless life to Lucy Hilsman. lll Dawn 7a gdftff find Distressed over parting, Bobby Culbertson, Billy Helm, Pat Burke, John Reid, jimmy Barnes, leave Lucy, Dolly Ann, Helen, Mary, and Carol Anne. Vernon Storey wills his influence with Miss Plant to Oscar Stephens who really needs it. Peggy and Mack leave their positions empty on the basketball team because we know that no one could take their places. Frances Chambers leaves to take up "Hog Calling" as a permanent hobby. Iackie Fordham leaves to become the new bat girl for the Cardinals. Ben Lowe leaves still taking David McKenzie, Mac McKemie, and Johnny McLaughlin for a ride. Wynn Strickland leaves his reputation as the sheik of A. H. S. to Motie Wiggins who gets around, himself. . Kathleen Wiggins and Ruby Tomlinson will their positions as flag bearers to Mary Ann Black- shear and Margaret Vick. Sally Powell leaves to marry WHO? Donald Law leaves his inventions to the Physics Department, which will eventually become famous because of them. Jerry Rutland wills his Irish wit to Carl Class. Billy Wilson wills his baritone voice to Carl jones. Doris Sanders departs to new fields of conquest. Virginia Putnam leaves her tiny blue eyes to large, brown-eyed Catherine Holt. Carlton Huie wills her job with the Albany Herald to Douglas Townsley. Ronald Moncrief leaves the secret formula for curling his hair to Aubrey McClain. Bruce Cunnels leaves his skill and ability on the golf course to Bobby "Little Niggeru Russ. jackie Warren is the last lover to leave Ilona before the annual goes to press. Billy Threlkeld leaves his favorite past time, hunting 'possums, to Morgan Rogers. Bobby Lee, Bobby Mansfield, and D. D. D. leave Miss Cannon still mystified. jane Smith leaves her graceful walk to loud and boisterous Shirley Rouse. Murray Coleman wills his fascinating rhythm to all jitterbugs. lames Castleberry leaves the economics class with a million and one ways to make a living. Wilbur Clifton bequeaths his clarinet to Williard Prince. Allyn Cibson leaves corresponding in Spanish to anybody who thinks they have the mind to translate it. Frances Horne leaves Mrs. Milward's fifth period class regretfullyC?D. Eugenia Christo wills her position as sergeant-at-amis to any poor soul who can keep up with all the men who are forever passing through the YMCA. jimmy Daughtrey wills his wild and riotous ways to quiet Robert Albert. Rex Davis wills his ability to make the girls swoon to Myers Pait and Buzzy Lilliston. Tremendous Sarah Cook wills her clumsy ways to tiny Flora Carroll. Bruce Goodwin leaves his seat in the back of Miss Plant's English class to a junior, poor soul. Wynelle Davis leaves her short, straight hair to long, curly-haired Eve Adams. Melvin leaves his golden tonsils to that Frank Sinatra of the sophomore class, George Peach. jimmy Freeman leaves his legs to Bobby Sperry, if that isn't stretching things too much. Betty Land leaves her loud mouth to Betty Spell in hopes that it will help her overcome her dnndhy. Vann Whaley wills her position as head majorette to Leah Prisant who really has the sway- ing hips and strutting feet for it. Claire Bedenbaugh leaves still having one of the sweetest smiles we've seen in A. H. S. Barbara Woodham regretfully leaves all the boys to all the underclassmen girls, and aren't they happy? 1 12 ,. Mft' . gil le 6 1 -x,..s 1 The senior class of '50 Fifteen years from now, Will either reach great fame Or take the wedding vow. D11 On each individual We'd like to take a peek, But find it most impossible Their source of life to seek. ng Carol yn Crocker rests at ease On returns from her new book, "How TO DRIVE AN Atrro Wlri-rou'r I IAvrNc: 'ro Look." vu Mary Lou and janet, still old maids, To pass the time away See Mighty BO Young in the serial "Tarzan Decided to Stay." nt VVay up in Detroit is Betty jo Iiagg Married with ten girls and boys. While her neighbor, Mollie Carlson I las nothing but pleasure and joys. liolzlly Culbertson received in football Blows, the very worst. Ile awakened in Phebe Put-me and found Connie Tltomas to be his nurse. DC Movie Man Malone is producing A Iilni that is a swooner, Starring the Tallented Charles And Iociplzus Maxwell, the crooner CHAPTER X I Madamoiselle Bamngartel models in Paris Before the Premier Ne Smith, In the mansion of Monsieur Du Bose, and Madam Juanita, his wife, the Hfth. na The "Goreroar" band led by Barr Introduced an instrumental number At intermission of the Ballet Russe, Starring Stormy, then Threlkeld's rhumba nu Lois Brazier, professor at the Private Spud school of Vernon Storey's Is still scolding Blackman and Hopper For Hirting with handsome Gene Moree. will "Daisy's Lazy Home" is buzzing With folks lounging around, And Kitty Cole1nan's Tot Shop Is called the best in town. be Castle berries his hopes and plans For contracting the perfect house, Cause every time he gets one built Disapproval comes from the mouth of his spouse D K President Mitchell has hired A Ruby of a girl To do his secretarial work. Indeed she is a pearl. DC Bakery business is producing Under the hands of Ann I-Inglfzes Dainty detailed dolls baked From head down to their shoes. 113 I 1' Evelyn has taught everything In the past ten years. But stop! Hold the clock! For now wedlock interferes. DK Ufeezie Inman is studying At Gulf Park near the bay, She's been there for the past ten years And thinks she's there to stay. ll The little ones of Lilliston Are "tacky" in the words of Hodges But nevertheless, her husband Loves all his little lodgers. Three golf courses are supplying Albany its nationwide pro's, Gordon, Arthur, and Bruce, co-owners, Have put on some mighty good shows. DC Beverly is beautiful as ever, Carol is still in style, XVhile Freemen still gather around For just one little smile. Vann has the starring role In "Pee iVee" Howards new play. jean Malone, the director, is Working the cast night and day. DC Baxter is boasting of travel tales In the blue rocket of Dwain Taylor's. Through Alaska, they zoomed faster Than the USN could make men sailors. ii The Merchant of Carol is buying New clothes for the model, Mary Ann, Who, besides being beautiful, can sing, And is the favorite of King Mikel's land. 'mfeonzi Smith Brothers love drops Have been the cure of Sue 'la Moore, Soothing her love sickness over Harvey. Russell, and Robert she still does adore. DK Governor Talmadge, of this state Finds it hard to compete with Kelly, Although Young Billy was aHead of Gilbert He caught Holt of Bobby and beat him, really DK Hurrying Huie is still in action . From looks of the family she's raised. Still sewing, swimming, painting and writing Books that keep everyone dazed. DI Lamar, the lover received the new title Befitting such a good looking lad, Handsome Harry they all call him now, The title jerry Rutland once had. President of Commercial Airline ls no less or more than Bucky. To ride in a streamline model of his The girls consider they're lucky. Silent Swain has a different view On marrying and such things: For the vows he's taken fifty times, Where in the world does he get the rings? Too bad the others are hidden From the prophetic ray of lightg Their professions aren't too hard to guess, But guesses are seldom right. 114 ! CHAPTER Xl V ,rs 0 0 ' .. if ., 15:14 Enmdlfiix F , it-:-W' Today we were separated. Oh, dreadful day! Part of our class stayed in junior Iligh and the other part, the lucky ones, went to lligh School, the land of promise-where all things are wonderful. All you had to do to go to high school was to take Lating however, half of us were mit that smart. VVe surely did miss each other that year. lligh Schooll All of us were over here then. As sophomores we were kicked around and kidded unmereifully, but we loved itl Initiation was our next big dread. Everyone was scared to death, but strangely enough nobody died. Did anyone ever like mid-term exams? We didn't. llowever, we got through them all right. Everyone was working on devils and angels for the junior-Senior, but we poor, little sophomores couldn't even go to look. Last, but not least, final exams. jolly juniorsl VVho would have believed we could be upper classmen so soon? One of the events most looked forward to was the initiation of the freshmen, they surely did look pretty when we finished with them. Mid-term exams came and passed, but we were still working ourselves to death to give the best junior-Senior that had ever been given, and we did. "Springtime in Fairylandn was our theme. It was the most impressive and the most enjoyable one that the Albany High School had ever seen. Not only was it a dance, but there was also a buffet supper and bingo games with plenty of lovely prizes. The junior play, "Every Family Has One," was really a scream, and when the summer vacation came, we had only one regret-that we had not been exempt from final exams. The wonderful day has comel VVe're seniors now. Something we all looked forward to, but we couldn't quite believe we'd made it. However, we didnt feel any older or any more sophisticated. lsn't that terrible? One of the most joyous moments of our lives was when we received our senior rings. This really made us feel like seniors. Senior invitations were bought and at least ten more people were thought of that just had to be invited. Everyone was asking the question, "VVhere was I when I made out my list?" When the time came for mid-term exams, all the lucky, brainy seniors in the Beta Club were exempt while the poor, unfortunate others had to struggle through them. Practically all seniors were exempt from final exams, and we practiced the Baccalaureate Service. Finally all we had been working for, for eleven years, came to a climax at grailuation. And the last high school activity, the graduation dance. As much as you think it would be nice to be out in the wide, wide world, you can't help being sad when you leave everything you know and love. Although we have just completed this long Cand wearyl pilgrimage, we know that there is a much bigger and greater pilgrimage in the future. We hope that we have learned enough in the last pilgrimage to make the next one exciting, beneficial, and successful. 115 nIoiojo11n11x11x1oj1r1oi4n:1viwrj1ri4v14vj1r11r:ojo:1nQ:o rink FIRST STATE BANK OF QLBANY, GEOPIGIQ -A' OFFICERS W. BANKS HALEY . .... . CHAIRMAN OF BOARD J. T. HALEY . . . . . PRESIDENT J, R. PINKSTON . . , EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT WILLIAM C, HOLMAN . . . VICE-PRESIDENT HAROLD B. WETHERBEE . . VICE-PRESIDENT GEORGE H. JOINER . . . VICE-PRESIDENT THOMAS H. WILLIAMS . VICE-PRESIDENT JOHN H. GLENN, JR. . . . CASHIER KATHLEEN C. BISHOP . ASSISTANT CASHIER FRED N. SUMTER . . ..... ASSISTANT CASHIER DIRECTORS W. BANKS HALEY WILLIAM C. HOLMAN PRESIDENT, ALBANY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. HOLMAN MULE CO. HOLLIS LANIER H. B. STOVALL HOLLIS LANIER COMPANY MERCHANT AND PLANTER J. T. HALEY J. R. PINKSTON PRESIDENT EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT HAROLD B. WETHERBEE ALLEN CHURCHWELL PRESIDENT, FLINT RIVER COTTON MILLS CI-IURCHwELL'S IRVIN B. CALLAWAY S. J. CURRY PLRSONAL INVESTMENTS S. J. CURRY COMPANY JOEL T. HALEY, JR. GEORGE E. JOHNSTON, JR. PRESIDENT, ALBANY LINCOLN MERCURY CO. JOHNSTON OIL COMPANY MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Qbfrianimnioiuioqnioioie il il ri Iiniui 13010201 riuioioioi 116 DZ ri0Z4rZ011rilvio10i4Ii4r3I ! xioi0j0i1r1oZ0Z0i1v1oZo14r14o!o ,401 0:01 lainieifw:o:ojo2u:wvjff:1,14i:1v:fr:fvioio:1v14fi4vjfvj4v:1x:v4v:e Q Q ri? 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JEFFERSON PHONE 1462 iuiuinioinrinioi 10103 xioiuioioioie 110102014 if 101: 2024 ioioioioioioiqni 'A' Compliments of Albany Welding 81 Machine Works 'k 0.0101111111 20:01 1 irviviririniuiuinis 10101 NU-WAY DRY CLEANERS Cash and Carry "THE HOME OF QUALITY CLEANING" Phone 1600 306 Broad Avenue TRACY BELL, Manager 1010101 1 1110101010101 0101010201010 129 01010: vi ni: in 1 2 vi0i0i0i02010 rioioiwzo 0 0 0.0 0.011 10101011 ! ! ! ! E ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! .Q .,.. 02:1 CLEONE W. MORTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Box 504 143W Pine Avenue Phone 447 -7544-244' Ujfering Specialized Courses to Men and Women of Southwest Georgia in Junior Accounting Junior Clericol Stenog rophic Secretoriol Executive Secretoriol T PD CC T D 44 - The School Is Equipped with the Lotest Text Books ond Office Machines - PP C4 - an 44 - Write for o Free Cotologue - up 44 - an 44 - Free Plocernent Service for Our Groduotes - up C4 - um 44 - All Courses Are Tcaught Under the Personol Supervision MRS. CLEONE W. 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