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 7lie MaunicU Annual Staff Left to right: Hal Hutchins. Joe Hunt, Travis Hunt, Nancy Grey, Syble Stephens, La Rue Traylor, Gene Norton Published by the Students of ALBERTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Albertville, AlaGositeati beJUcailQH, tf-acutty GlaAA i ActiaUieA. Spxvitl 6n4f 4U tUH  bedicatixm r ■■■Hi WE, THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT AND NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-NINE, DEDICATE THIS EDITION OF THE MOUNTAINEER TO MR. CECIL LITTLE. HIS UNTIRING EFFORT AND CONTRIBUTIONS IN MAKING THIS ANNUAL POSSIBLE MERITS OUR HIGHEST PRAISE. WE SHALL EVER REMEMBER HIS LOYALTY AND SERVICE TO OUR SCHOOL AND HIS INTEREST IN EACH STUDENT.AdmitudisuitUM mr b. e McPherson Principal MISS KITTYE THOMASON Latin—History Huntingdon Graduate Work, Peabody MISS INEZ WILLIAMS Commercial B.S. Degree Jacksonville State Teachers College MISS MARY MURDOCK Algebra—Geometry B A , M A Degree Alabama College PeabodyMISS KATHLEEN BROWN Librarian BS., M.A. Peabody. Iowa State College MR. M G. RAINS Junior III B.S. Degree Birmingham Southern MISS GUENDOLYN RICHEY M A., Peabody MR. T M HOWARD B.S. Degree Mississippi Southern Coach MR P L COFFEY Science Department Howard College. Auburn MRS MARY E. THOMPSON Art Department B S Degree. Alabama College MR ALTON MILLER University of Alabama Coach MISS JEAN JONES B.S. Degree Western Kentucky Band and Glee ClubMISS NELL BLACKBURN Home Economics B.S. Degree Alabama College MISS IVA LEE MOULTRIE B.S. Florence Jr One, Section E MISS NETTIE HOWARD Typing Huntingdon, University of Alabama, Peabody MISS HELEN HOWELL Music B.S. Huntingdon MISS ELEANOR MITCHELL University of Alabama Physical Education MR H. C. GREGORY Agriculture B.S. Degree Auburn, Jacksonville MRS. LANETTE LITTLE Howard College, Judson College Jr I, Section D MRS CORRINE.MITCHELL Huntingdon, Florence Jr. I, SectionMISS JEWELL GARRETT A.B. Degree Howard College Jr. II MRS. MARY WEATHERS A A., BA Degree Athens College, Lorgan College Jr. II MRS. VERNICE GALLOWAY Jacksonville Junior I, Section A MRS. D. HARPER University of Georgia South Georgia College Jr. II MR. CECIL BEARDEN Jr. II- MRS. GILBERT Jacksonville Jr. II MRS. BAILEY Jacksonville Jr. I MRS. HAMMOND GREEN MusicSenior 6ladd O lceA i First Row, left to right: Ann Smith................. Syble Stephens.... Mary Lasseter Class Treasurer ....Class Reporter ........Class Secretary Second Row, left to right: James Thomas Carroll Buddy Tant.................. Vice-President ... .Class PresidentSesu i GUu SpXMAXVU Cecil Little History and Democracy Mrs. Lucille Still English To our most worthy sponsors, Mrs. Lucille Still and Mr. Cecil Little, we, the senior class, wish to extend our deepest appreciation and gratitude. Under their leadership, we have found our senior year most enjoyable. They have been untiring in their efforts, giving us understanding and guidance, never thinking of self. We shall always remember them for what they are and what they have done for us. Their work, patience and cooperation with the senior class has made our Mountaineer Annual a success. Marion Abercrombie “A sturdy fellow.” Madeleine Bains "A flower of beauty on a stem of grace." Jt r r V a Bonnie Adams "Bon” "Some think the world is made of fun and frolic and so do I.” Sybil Baker "A heart of gold.” Martha Parker.Joyce Baugh "Life is a game to her." Jacqueline Beck "Sweeter than the, rose of Erin." Phyllis Birdsong "Truly a scholar.” Bill Bollinger Tall, dark and handsome." Betty Ruth Bearden "Joy shown in every deed Dale Blair "Silence is golden." Gay Birdsong “Red" "So witty, light, and Gay' Bobby Burgess "Sweettooth” "Partaking of life freely."Irby Gene Camp "A good athlete.” Betty Ann Camp “Irby's Boss” James Thomas Carroll "There is honor for his valor.” Robert Chambers "I wanna be a friend of yours." Glenn Chandler "A good sense of humor." Hilda Cochran "That’s what I like about the South." Melvin Cofield "Of mirth and joy he was the maker.” Jane Collier “Precious gifts that bear no fag"Betty Jane Conway "Beegee" "Talents wrapped up in you " Bobby Conn "We have crossed the bay. the ocean lies before us." Kyle Davis, "The nimble wit of an actor Lafayette Eidson "Tonight we launch, where shall we anchor" Nina Franklin “Pud" "Full of fun and fancy free." "Silence is what few men can keep.” Jeanine Floyd "Je nnie with the light brown hair." Billy Fricks “I haven’t got a worry in the world.”Bobby Fricks “I will rule this empire of mine own,” Nancy Ann Grey "Nag” “Lovely chords resound from the blend of a few notes." Harold Hall "A pleasant personality known for being shy and modest.” Julia Hawk “Light she was and like a fairy.” Dorothy Mae George "A maiden with mischief in her eyes." Doris Jean Grant "As carefree as the birds Alcerie Harris “Thinking of others.” Travis Hunt “Loyal and brave.”Mollie Kate Henley "Of joy-she was a portion." Joe Hunt "My ideal." Hal Hutchins "Genious plus." Jack Johnson "An independent soul." Russel Hill "The ways of a gentleman . I’ve been told” Howard Hilsman "A warrior bold." Helen Johnson "Sweet as a chorus of strings.” Margie Lee Joiner ‘Our class detective"Maybelline Justice "A beautiful conception of art." Juanita Kuykendall "She said little but listened lots.” Theresa Long "How lovely the poetry of her heart.” William Mitchell "The lamb of our fold .” Donna Rhea Jones "She's a home girl " Mary Lasseter "If I could be with you. Bill Moman "Words for the women ” Florella Maddux "A plugger for points."Evelyn Jenkins Moone "A heart of gold." Sybil Moxley You will find the world at our feet wherever you go " Lila Mae Pair Whatever she does she does the best.” Theresa Pheny "You are my sunshine." Geneva Pell "Kindness is her motto.” Barbara Rains "May your days be merry and bright." Gene Norton "The lip of the class.' Jerry Moore 'His broad smile, kind personality and cooperative spirit made him a class favoriteRay Rains "He's a lad who really has appeal." Nilda Jean Rains "All the things you are.” Clifford Reed "Stars in your eyes.” Dorothy Richards "A little nonsense now and then” Jeanette Reaves "With the heart that’s always true." Frank Rains "I'd walk a million miles for one of your smiles." Doris Robinson "Orchids for you." Verbon Rives "Our movie boy”Joy Roper "I just dropped in to say goodbye." Carolyn Benefield Shirey "It only happens once.” Ann Smith "A pal good and true." Taylor B. Smith "A smile for everyone.” Harold Snider 'Artist at heart.” Eloise Strickland 'Lass with the most delicate • hair." Syble Stephens "Her joy comes from service to others.” Melba Stephens "Kind and thoughtful.”Ella Ruth Strickland "Life of kindness.” Christine Burks Thrasher ‘‘Weddin’ bells.” Patsy Woodham "Laugh and everyone laughs with you." Gene Woods "Love for only one.” Not Pictured: Bobby Williamson, "Short, Dark, Homer Tant “Buddy" "My buddy!" La Rue Traylor "Easy to remember but hard to forget.” Peggy Woodham 'Our dream is you." Byron Willoughby ‘Our cloud duster.”f iuu i GIgAA OjjjjiceAA President.................Herbert Stephens Nell Maltbie....................Secretary Bobby Stewart...............Vice-President Verlon Garner....................TreasurerFirst Row: Doyle Blair. Jo Ann Burns, Junior Camp, Dortheen Cochran, Genell Collier Second Row: Bobby Conn Billy Ray Colvin, Richard Cooper, Edwin Corbin, Vivian Daniel Third Row Joe Fred Edwards, Wandell Fowler. Harold Frix. Verlon Garner. Kenneth Gilland Fourth Row: Bobby Goodwin, Mary Gore Billy Gore Solley Gorman. WilleneGray Fifth Row Neva! Gnzzard. Burma Jean Ham. Ed Hambrick Sue Ffarper. Harlm HayesFirst Row: Marie Howard, Henry Howard, Joe Thomas Hudgins, Tommy Hughes, Harold Hunt. Second Row: Joan Jolley, Donald Jones, Nila Jordan, Jewel Lola Lambert, Bobby Ledbetter. Third Row: Bonnie Lee, imogene Liles, Philip Wayne Luther, Nell Maltbie, Charlie Maltbie. Fourth Row: Hamilton Masters, Bobby Mathis, Nell McBrayer, Thomas McClendon, Margaret Ann Moore. Fifth Row: Marlene Morgan, James Edward Morgan, Betty Jane NeSmith. Lily May Oliver, Catherine Pope.fJu+tiosiA. First Row: Barbara Reaves, Ed Roberts, Niva Zell Roden, Charles Roe, Bethany Rowell Second Row: Betty Sanderson, Bobby Joe Shipp, Martha Shirey, Tot Smith, Jimmy Smith. Third Row: Evelyn Stephens, Hamilton Stephens, Herbert Stephens. Bobby Stewart, Keith Thomason. Fourth Row: Paul Thompson, Hugh Todd, Doris Jean Weaver, Jack Wells, Leon Wells. Fifth Row: Jackie West. Ruby Jean Wilkerson, Bobby Winkles, Freda Williams, Gwen Williams WoodSo4xUamoA i First Row: Jack Appleton, Silvia Sue Bishop, Zane Barksdale, Hubert Black, Bobby Bowen, Ann Boddie. Second Row: Doris Faye Blair, Mable Bryant, Willodean Burks, Joe Brown, Betty Sue Brannum, Imo-gene Caldwell Third Row: Morris Clark, Herman Cowan, Bobbie Chafin, Imogene Camp, Joan Colvin, Sonny Corbit. Fourth Row: Betty Joan Duckett, Kent Dale Cornelius, Lillian Daniel, Alpha Daniel, Barbara Decker, Jimmie Davis. Fifth Row: Jack Fricks, Betty Faye Farris, Jimmie Faye Fossett, Charles Gore, Ellon Grant, Christine Garrett, Sixth Row: Annie Garrett, James Hall, Thomas Hart, Idell Heaton, Bobby Hendon, Nell Houston Seventh Row Nancy Lee Hooper, Jennie Head, Bob Hunt, Wauline Head, Junior Holder. Carolyn Hambricks.First Row: Juanza Gennmgs, Betty Ruth Jones, Louise Johnson, Hazel Joiner, Ruby Kennedy, Verlon Kitchens Second Row: Gaynell King, Faynelle Latham, Louise Lee, Betty Jean Minor, Pauline Smith, Bill Morton, Third Row: Lynile Martins, Evelyn McNair, Carolyn Matthews, Marolyn Matthews, Estell Mullinax. Fourth Row: Joyce Maddux, Betty Lou Moultrie, Randal Noles, Martha Jo Owens, Nadine Oliver, Dorothy Painter. Fifth Row: Carl Piper, Margaret Pair, Dorothy Peppers, Martha Penson, Patsy Patton, Kathryn Rains. Sixth Row: Leon Ross, Ethelene Rouse, Frank Reed, Jimmy Royston. Lilly Mae Rutledge, Doral Sims Seventh Row Oma D Mahan, Betty Jean Shirley, Mary Nell Smith, Mary Sue Stephens, Doris Stephens, Wayne Smith Bojiltamosi i First Row: Bobby Nell Hines, James Tucker, Elise Stanley, James Stephens. Dorothy Stripling, Helen Camp. Second Row: Nellie Jo Turner, Nona Ruth Davis, Jessie Traylor, Stella Thomas, Pete Tcher-neshoff. Ann Trammell. Third Row Jim Thompson, Orville Vandergnft, Mary Kate Vandergrift, Joyce Wright, Nell Willaby, Billy Wilkerson. Fourth Row: Angelyn Stewart, Ann Thompson, Irene South, Ned Sanders. Christine Parris, Hazel Barns. Fifth Row: Mary Nell Westbrook, Phyllis Rains Jean Patterson, Carol Rains. Gail BakerfJiUU l eMitfU School Junior Three, Section B Front Row: Donald Kendrick, Charles Kitchens, Charles Hill, Billy Ledbetter, Elwm M, L. Land, B. L. Hill, Jim Hilley, J. T, Hanvey, Mack Johnson, Buddy McClendon. Second Row: Donald Kendrick, James Justice, Fred Moman, Kenneth Lowery, Kenneth Long, Jack Norton, Bobby Joe Green, Junior Higgins, Guice Gallman, Joe Mitchell. Third Row: Doris Gray, Dorothy Fay Lasseter, Mary Julia Long, Martha Jo Noojin, Zudie LeMasters. Eloise McBrayer, Ivalene Ham, Mary Jane Hearn. Melda Hall, Nanette Hewitt, Peggy Sue Goodwin, Sarah Nell Justice, Gail Fortson, Nell Jones, Mary Jarman, Betty FortSon, Frances Isenhower, Nadine Colquit, Bobbie Jane Moor, Eloise Johnson, Dorothy Ann Fossett. Third Row. Howard Taft, Thomas Eubanks, Jay Frank Amos, Ray Bridges, James Dickerson, John Thomas Allen, Roger Hales, Bobby Dobbins, Benna Max Cook, Charles Bennett, Bobby Evans, Boddy Joe Cain, Jimmy Floyd, William Edmondson. Junior Three, Section A First Row: Avis Dickie, Betty Dobbins, Betty Cryar, Hetty Jean Farrow, Joanne Conway, Betty Joe Amos Peggy Bell, Glyndell Arnold, Yvonne Causey, Imogene Cash, Barbara Corbin, Marlene Davis, Joanne Barksdale, Peggy Gunnels. Second Row: Iva Lee Crews, Martha Baker, Betty Faye Davis, Alma Carter, Mary Ellen Bulbert, Annie Maude Coby.Junior Three. Section C First Row: Sadie Pearl West, Sue Williams. Maxine Roe, Kathleen Reese. Eugenia Westmoreland, Merle Rouse, Anna Rose Ponder, Jackie Painter, Joyce Powell. Marzelle Rives Second Row: Arthell Webb. Joe Wayne Roberts. Garland Smith. Jimmy Roberts, James Spence, James Robertson, Jim Roberts. Floyd Rams, Wedell Oliver, Johnny Tcherneshoff. Jimmy Pinkston, Lavone Webb, Truitt Sanders Third Row: Barbara Webb. Carolyn Sparks. Helen Walker. Margaret Weaver, Betty Jean Smith, Joan Ray, Sue Todd, Marion Prather. Bobbie Faye Williams. Icell Tidmore, Peggy Stewart, Barbara Sanders. Lucille Riddle. Joan Bonds. Norma Jean Staton. Marie WalkerJunior Two. Section A, Mrs. Gilbert, Teacher First Row: Gerald Cofield, Randal Brothers. Jackie Ray Bowen, Robert Bright, Troy Cobb, William Bains, Bobby Clark, Pete Cochran. J. C. Bonds, Max Croft, Lee Brown, Billy Cooper Second Row: Mrs. Gilbert, Amoretta Cochran, Helen Appleton, Gail Marie Camp, Gail Colvin, Eunice Holey. Francis Camp, Louise Camp, Bettie Abercrombie, Rebecca Banks, Doris Ann Armstrong, Virginia Black. Ann Charles, Ilia Jo Bennett, Yvolene Benefield, Perry Sue Cordell. Third Row: Leland Cook, Edward Cosley, Hollice Cunningham, Thurman Carver, Nancy Sue Bailey, Sarah Buchannon, Martha Lou Boen, Nellie Rae Austin, Emma Lou Bailey, Verbon Bell, Arvill Burdett. First Row: James Eidson, Wugene Hickey, Robert Graham, Kenneth Gray, Hammond Green, Gene Gary, Thomas Gilliland, George Paul Decker, Gene Paul Hunt, Royce Fortson,'Bobby Gunnels, Robert Green, Ernest Holsombeck. Second Row: Lucile Hyde, Theodore Elsberry, Polly Hayes, Wanda Elrod Dorothy Driver, Jeanine Evans, Shirley Ann Denham, Maurice Eidson, Peggy Head, Ann Franklin, Mary Davis, Frances Gore, Sylvia Ann Dyar, Charlotte Harris. Third Row: Miss Jewell Garrett, Sarah Jane Davis, Mary Hall, Edna Earl Edmondson, Tommy Holcomb. Frances Grimes, Arvin Hudgins. Gobby Hutchins, Jimmy Ray Davis, Evelyn Dawson, Nadine Holder Junior Two, Section B, Miss Garrett. TeacherJunior Two, Section D. Mrs. Mary Weathers, Teacher First Row: J. D. Pope, Jerry Patterson, Jim Pierce, John Rollings. John Roberts, Delaine Thornbury, De-leath Rives, Franklin Pope, Conrad Royston, Erwin Smith. Second Row: Ida Jean Pearce, Jacqueline Pmkerston, Sarah Stewart, Mary Ellis Robinson, Mary Ella Smothers, Betty Tankersley, Sharon Sanders, Mary Alice Sanders, Maurice Smith, Edna Earl Stephens, Melba Striplin, Betty Ruth Staggs, Ann Patterson. Third Row: Verna Mae Riddle, Thomas Rollings, Phyllis Roberts, Barbara Roden, John Rains, Inez Prickett, Billy Smith, Bobbie Smith, Raymon Stoner, Joe Radford, Bobby Pierce, Billy Pierce, Clayton Riley, Mrs. Mary Weathers. First Row: Ralph Lowery, James Aubrey Matthews. Max Pearce, Billy Jack Minor, Jerry McClendon, Jimmy Lee, Gene Jolley, Travis Jackson, Frank King, Joe McCreless, Vernon Motley, Vernal Miller, Jimmy Matthews. Second Row Carolyn Kytle, Barbara Payne, Anne Lasseter, Phyllis Pierce, Willa Dean McCain, Lmda Morgan, Virginia Matthews, Fay Long, Hazel Ogle, Evelyn Jarman, Mildred Ogle, Gennelle Parris, Myrtis Ann Moore. Estelle Motley, Betty Jean McClair. Third Row: Kathleen McCullars, Linda Mann, Robert Johnson, Billy Joe Lowery, C M Noo|in, Gyp McKee, Charles Mayo, Lmdel Hang, Coke Hames. Junior Two, Section C, Mrs Harper, TeacherJunior Two, Section E. Mr Bearden, Teacher First Row: Jerry Walker, Janet Trammell, Sarah Wilbanks, Gwendolyn Young, Patricia Wolfe, Gail Williams, LaVerne Wails. Paul Tyson. Second Row: Autrey Williams, Charles Whitfield, Willie B Williamson, Dorothy Walden, Vida Watwood. Shirley Wilson, Bobby Teal and Willard Vandergriff. Third Row Charles Whitmire, Tempie Walley, Ralph Wallace, Paul Vandergriff, Mr Cecil Bearden. John Bruce, Frank Abney, Robert Cooley, R. C. Cook, James Dobbins, Kenneth ,Dunn, Neal Belue, Joe Frank Decker, Billy Wayne Burns, Delano Dick, Kermit Caldwell, Billy Charles, AlvisCamp, E. C. Baker, Robert Davis, Jimmy Austin, Carolyn Brown, Ann Childress, Norine Brewster, Pearl Culbert, Anne Bailey, Sybil Dobbins, Polly Banks, Melba Jean Browning, Margaret Dixon, Azzie Cherry, Mary Jo Cook, Betty June Bobo, Jeanette Dowdy, Jean Camp, Rachel Coley, Wonza Lu Denny, Eloise Camp, Betty Bain, Nerine Driver, Mrs. Vermce Galloway, Kenneth Davis, Billy Burke. Johnny Chastain, Ray Beddingfield, James Dixon.Junior One, Section B, Mrs. Corrine Mitchell, Teacher First Row Billy Noel Heaton, Ronald Elrod, Clarence Holsomback, J. L. Huey, Charles Harris, Kenneth Garrett, Johnny Herring, Curtis Gunnels, Edward Swords, Bobbie Jim Head. Second Row: J I Hall, Adam England, Sammy Hayes, Ted Jordan, W. A Johnson, Vandall Fortson, Buddy Jarmon, Phillips Frick, James Elrod, Billy Hayes, M. J. Joiner. Third Row: Monteral Johnson, Willodean Fugurson. Betty Sue Johnson. Peggy Gray, Kathaleen Howard, Carolyn Goodwin, Clita Van Garrison, Carol Jackson, Mary June Jackson, Shirley Jolley, Sandra Gipson, Vannah Houston, Patricia Jordan, Betty Joan Fossett, Faysene Ham, Sylvia Estell, Bonnie Hildebrand, Mary Jane Hall, Clara Dean Harris, Tempie Nell Hall, Mrs. Corrine Mitchell Junior One. Section C, Mr, Bailey, Teacher Sitting: Joyce Motley, Carol Lang, Peggy Kendrick, Dorothy Sue Minor, Mary Nell King, Doyce Malone, Ardell Latham, Ruby Lane, Judith Miller, Gay Lacey. Louise Matthews, Eloise Matthews, Joan Long, Barbara Ann Lowery, Jacqueline Lyles, Loretta Ledbetter, Arlene Knox, Cheri Long. Standing: Thomas McCaffery, Garland Levens, Floyd Key, Mabrey Maddux, Paul Ledbetter, David Lee, Roy Kay, Edwin Moman, Johnnie Martin, Robert Morgan, Kenmth Lankfor, Joe Mitchell, Jimmie Long Jackie Lowery, Malcom Kitchens, Carble Land, Junior Little, Dewey Lyles, Billy Wess Mc-Griff, Rex Miller, Billy Hugh Maltbie, Mr. E H Bailey, Teacher.Junior One, Section D, Mrs. Lanette Little, Teacher First Row: Ralph Smith, Glen Ragsdal, Thurman Rives, Bobby Lee Riley, E. H. Patterson, Jessie Parris, Dumus Pledger, Charlie Smith, Edward NeSmith, Neal Reed, Franklin Srgith, Buddy Shell, George Rutledge, Charles Peppers. Second Row: Vergie Swords, Ernestine Pinkerton, Betty Sanders, Mona Sue Smith, Glenavis Smith, Norma Rives, Billie Jo Oliver, Barbra Rhodes, Sue Rains, Edith Robertson, Betty Jo Reagan, Elaine Shirey, Mary Nell Pike, Shirley Phillips, Vossie Mae Riddle. Third Row: Mrs. Lanette Little, Thomas Shell, Louis Robinson, Leon Partridge, George Shirey, Keith Shell, Buman Smith, Millard Sparks. Junior One, Section E, Miss Iva Lou Moultrie, Teacher First Row: Cassie Morton, Mearlene Stephenson, Anna Thomason, Mona Ruth Mosley, Betty Sue Walls, Martine Tidmore, Shelba Jean Stephens, Myra Ray Williamson, Thelma Mullinax, Bobbie Williams, Peggy Ann Tcherneshoff, Doris Jean Williamson, Betty Ray Yancy, Barbara Ann Mitchell, Willie Ruth Vandergnff, Lamerle Strange, Charlotte York, Leila Jo Templeton, Doris Ann Todd, Juanette Teal. Second Row: Miss Moultrie (Teacher), Billy Gene Thomason, Wayne Stephens, Wyanell Winkles, Jack Monday, Charles'Williams, Gordon Tabor, Wallace Young, Marvin Tabor, Jim Williams, Wayne Washam, Billy Thomas, Frank Masters, Trent Whitten, Fred Williamson, Ted Wilson, Virgil Thornhill, Troy Wallace, Bobby Whiteside, Gerald Stevens.9 t M tuvUam Verlon O'Neal Rains, our good friend and worthy classmate, departed our ranks to. sit in the presence of the Great Teacher March 31, 1949.1. Supper at Cecil's 2. Cruising down the River 3. The Barber Shop Four 4. Our Cotton Picker. 5. This Florida Weather 6. Out Front with the Juniors 7. Ain't Love Grand 8. The Boss (Bald Eagle) 9. Three Wistful Seniors 10. Rah! Rah' 11. Fancy Free 12. Mr. President Homer 13. Eating Supper at Jacksonville 14. The Playful Chaps of A H S 15. Man of War 16. The Gang's All Here(WluA 'WUa Most Studious Sybil Moxley—Hal Hutchins Most Courteous Nancy Ann Gray—James Thomas Carroll Most Ambitious Mary Lasseter—Jack Johnson Wittiest Bonnie Adams—Frank RainsFriendliest Taylor B. Smith—Jane Collier Most Likely to Succeed Ann Smith—Melvin Cofield Most Athletic Nina Franklin—Irby Gene Camp Neatest Helen Johnson—Russell HiMost Popular Syble Stephens—Buddy Tant Most Talented Betty Jane Conway—Hal HutchinsGlaii feeauiu Jeanette ReavesGg H{144A, fycULOSute, Julia HawkBonnie AdamsTJcUe+tli ie G aA+tiocU Gou U ATTENDANTS TO THE QUEEN Jeanette Dowdy. John Rains, Margaret Ann Moore, Sylvia Ann Dyar. Queen, Jr , Holder, King, Zuddie LeMasters, Harold Hunt. Gene Norton. May 3) ay GousU Bill Bollinger—King Ann Smith—Queen Jack Appleton Nancy Ann Gray Madeleine Bains Joe Hunt Ben Levie—Crown Bearer ATTENDANTS TO THE QUEEN Clifford Reed Helen Johnson Nina Franklin Jack WellsMcuf, 2uee i KUuj, Queen Ann mirn King Bill Bollinger The May Day held in honor of the Queen was presented in a gala Gypsy Fashion. ! Qcuf 61 SpAiwj, ty ituMil at jjacfiAo+iuilU otto+tanA, Aw-anAedfliuu.04. SettioA P i04n "load Out” Nancy Ann Grey—Buddy Tant (Senior Class President) Bethany Rowell—Herbert Stephens (Junior Class President)Os GS N1. Section Man 2. It Must Be Wonderful 3. Laugh a Bit 4. Snow Balls and Butter Balls 5. Gonna Take a Sentimental Journey 6. What a Happy Gang 7. How ’Bout a Ride 8. Juniors, Full of Fun 9. Section Man Continued 10. Important Taylor 11. Just Resting 12. The Studious Study Hall 13. Cannon Balls 14. Snow Wonder it’s Cold 15. Sweet as a Rose 16. Section Man Completed namatioi Senior Play "Aem e ° SN 0' vs. 6 S . yM'a SV so ' NKneeling, left to right: Leon Wells, Truit Sanders, Lavonne Webb, Gail Baker, Bobby Goodwin, Harmon Yancey, Wandell Fowler. Second Row, standing: Edwin Krause, Vernon Kitchens, Kenneth Gilliland, Donald Jones, Keith Thomason, James Edward Morgan, Clifford Reed, Melvin Coefield, Billy Ray Colvin, Jack Fricks, H. C. Gregory, Teacher. Back Row, standing: William Edmonson, Jimmy Pinkston, Billy Cryar, Joe Fred Edwards, Jack Snyder, Tommy Hughes, L. G. Terrell, Russell Hill, Joe Hunt, Garland Smith, Charles Duckett, Orville Vandergriff, Bobby Bowen, Benson Masters, Henry McClendon, Billy Webb, Ned Sanders, Leon Ross. First Row, left to right: Thelma Caldwell, Marie Howard, Eloise Stanley. Phyllis Rains, Doris Stephens. Ginny Maude Head, Annie Ruth Bright, Mary Nell Weatbroods, Joan Jolly. Second Row: Marlene Morgan, Sue Gilbreath, Julia Hawk, Virginia McClendon, Ezella Thomason, Tot Smith, Christine Rains, Sue Harper. Third Row: Nell Blackburn, Mable Bryant, Nadine Oliver, Lily Mae Oliver. Ruby Jean Wilterson, Gaynell King, Nell Houston, Mary Sue Stephens, Betty Jean Shirey, Burma Jean Ham, Pauline Smith. Fourth Row: Niva Zell Rhoden, Nell Willoughby, Mary Kate Vandergriff, Jewel Lola Lambert, Betty Sanderson, Alphie Danial. 4. M. A."A" mu First Row, left to right: Frank Rams, Jack Johnson, Taylor B. Smith, Bobby Stewart, Melvin Coefield, Bobby Hendon, Jack Appleton, Billy Ray Colvin. Second Row, left to right: Paul Thompson, Jr Holder, Guice Galman, Frank Reed, Kyle Davis, Bobby Winkles, Jim Thompson, Bobby Bowen, James Corbit. Third Row. left to right: Marion Abercrombie, Coach Howard, Bobby Jo Shipp, Donald Jones, Clifford Reed, Travis Hunt, Joe Hunt, Jack Wells, Glenn Chandler, Jr. Camp, Jack Fricks, Doyle Blair, Bobby Ledbetter, Hamilton Stephens, William Mitchell, Coach Miller. "Our Cooks" "Transportation Crew’’FIRST GRADE THROUGH GRADUATION TOGETHER! !The Albertville F F A Dairy Judging Team displays banner at the Alabama Jersey Cattle Club Meeting. Tutwiler Hotel. Birmingham. Seated, left to right: Robert Smith, Clifford Reed, T. L. Faulkner, Alabama F.F.A. Executive Secretary. Standing, left to right: Joe Hunt, Melvin Coefield, H C Gregory, Teacher of Vocational Agriculture.1. Having Fun 2. The Advertising Three 3. ' Hard at Work 4. Those Juniors 5. Eating Place on Jacksonville Trip 6. Just Taking Life Easy 7. The Lazy Bunch of A H S. 8. What a Group 9. They're Having Fun 10. The Faithful Seniors 11. Girls and Snow 12. The Handsome Two 13. Pyramid 14. Acrobats 15. Conversationalists 16. Oh, Boy! Its RecessMarion Abercrombie—Co-Captain Travis Hunt—Captain All-County and Honorable Mentions as Full Back All-County and Honorable Mentions as Left Tackle Starting Line-up in Guntersville-Albertville Game"Football Cheerleaders” Front Row, left to right: Nancy Lee Hooper, Syble Stephens, Sylvia Ann Dyar. Second Row, left to right: Genell Collier, Joan Conway, Betty Jane Conway. "Football Managers” Left to right: Charles Roe, Jr. Garrison, Jim Thompson.Fire D d ' D 'LL- yUAD Wd Row: Pipe Clca ', ' P°'Ve"' Vanderer‘«- Mitchell. Rood. Stewart. Th,rd Row. Johnson. Snath, y«y. B J B°”n- Th°"«°"' Conn. Hendon , Holder Hunt Coaches Stone and Miller ' W'nkles- Chandler, Sm,fh. Shipp Camp Reed I Fourth Row. Hall Wk a,... w Ledbett '- "d Fourth Row. Hall, Smith, Ductett Y.n. J n ' UCKerf. yancy. and Roberts A ALBERTVILLE HOLDS EMMA SANSOM 7 TO 0 An unusually well-conditioned and unexpectedly strong Rebel team almost took the Aggies by surprise, however, Albertville's brilliant kicking and stout line play proved sufficient for victory. GADSDEN IS HOT IN 12 TOO WIN OVER AGGIES Despite loss of the game, Albertville did themselves honor by their exhibition of courage and skill. Facing a team noted for being a "big-timer,” the Aggies hit just as hard and frequently, particularly in the last half. Gadsden’s size and experience were the difference between the squads.ALBERTVILLE POWERS 20 TO 0 OVER ARAB With both offense and defense clicking nicely, the Aggies breezed home by a comfortable margin. The Arabians did not fold up and play dead, but they couldn't match the power and size of the victors. CARDS SQUEEZED BY AGGIES TO WIN 21 TO 20 OVER ONEONTA Apparently heading for an easy win in the first half, Albertville found the Oneonta pigskinners a disagreeable group. They wanted to win, too. Fortune not to mention the Aggies, ruled otherwise.JACKSONVILLE BOWS TO AGGIES 19 TO 7 Again the power of the Albertville eleven proved too much for their opponents. Jacksonville put up a game battle, but they couldn't withstand the Aggies’ heavy hitting linemen and hard running backs AGGIES FALL TO STRONG ETOWAH COUNTY 35 TO 13 Lady luck was looking away from Albertville as far as this game was concerned. The Aggies were obviously "off" while Etowah seemingly could do no wrong AGGIES LOCK WITH CULLMAN 13 TO 13 A snappy Cullman team threw the stadium at a slightly overconfident band of Albertville gridders and came up with a draw. Hampered by injuries to key men, the Red and Black warriors couldn’t get started A CLEAR WIN OF 41 TO 6 OVER GERALDINE Running wild over their outclassed opponents, Albertville spent most of the game in Geraldine's end zone, scoring pretty much at will. There were plenty of thrills— if you were rooting for the Aggies.FORT PAYNE FALLS TO AGGIES 14 TO 0 With one eye on the approaching game with Marshall County, Albertville nevertheless played an excellent game against a worthy opponent. Albertville’s defensive strength again was outstanding. ALBERTVILLE WINS! MARSHALL LOSES! ALBERTVILLE AGGIES WIN 7 TOO OVER MARSHALL COUNTY This was one of the greatest exhibitions of football any Albertville team has ever given. The Wildcats came into the game undefeated and untied, confident of victory. They reckoned without the flaming spirit of an Aggie team which refused to be beaten. Only an act of Congress would have helped Marshall County to match the inspired play of Albertville on this memorable day.fecuJzetLaU f949M'tChe"' DaV'S' Wells C0ef'e,d' McGen-Front Row, left to right Rams, Smith. Reed, Shipp, Hunt, Winkles. Holder, and Colvin."A" lea . Back Row, left to right: Wells, Corbitt, Davis, Holder. Front Row, left to right: Smith, Shipp, Reed. "B" learn Back Row, left to right: McClendon. Mitchell, .ohnson, Brown, Coefield Front Row left to right: Colvin, Rains, Hunt, Winkles.'Aggies in Action” BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS Left to Right: Nannette Hewett, Nancy Ann Grey, Lynell Elrod.Front Row, left to right: Shipp, Colvin, Wells, Reed, Ledbetter, Royston, Hendon, Brown. Back Row, left to right: Mgr. Winkles, Smith, Tyson, Jones, Camp, Holder, Hughes, Corbitt, Smith, Tucker, Roberts, Roberts, Coach Miller. Qatehodl Girl's Softball TeamAnnual Slafjfj 9tH QinUketl!ARROW SHIRTS MALLORY HATS J. B. ROBERTS AND SONS, INC. ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA D. Isbell, K. D. Dendy, 0. 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