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Published by the Students of
ALBERTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
m clivitU6............this Annual of 1950 is respectfully dedicated. To many
former and present students the names of Albertville High School and yours are almost synonymous. You served this, our school, through many years, devotedly, loyally, helpfully, and most efficiently. As the arbiter of our problems. you displayed deep insight, careful consideration, and unfailing tact.
The anual Staff wishes you deeply, many happy years wherever you may be.MISS GWENDOLYN RICHEY History and English
MISS MARY MURDOCK Algebra and Geometry
MISS INEZ WILLIAMS Commercial
mr. b. e. McPherson
‘-Ira- ’■ MRS. HAZEL GIPSON Science
MR. P. L. COFFEY Science
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COACH WELLS Physical Education
MISS IVA LEE MOULTRIE CommercialMISS KATHLEEN BROWN Librarian
MRS. KITTY THOMASON Latin - History
MRS. L. S. THOMPSON Home Arts
MISS NELL BLACKBURN Home EconomicsMR. H. C. GREGORY Agriculture
MR. LaWAYNE HEARD Junior III
MISS JEWEL GARRETT Junior II
MR. CECIL BEARDEN Junior IIMRS. CORRINE MITCHELL Junior I
MR. BAILEY Junior I
MISS PARRISH Junior I
MR. DENNIS Junior IIMR GIPSON MRS. H. L. WEATHERS
Junior II Junior IIMISS JEAN JONES Band - Glee Club
MISS JANIE BALLARD Music
MISS ELEANOR MITCHELL Physical Education
Jack Wells .....
Billy Gore .....
Vice - President ..... SecretarySenior dlaii Sponiori
On behalf of the Senior Class of 1950, we want to express the deepest appreciation to .Mrs. Lucille Still and Mr. Jimmy Ogle. They seemed to understand our feelings better than anyone else. To them we carried our problems, for us they solved them. Their endurance and patience will not be forgotten. They have gained the friendship of every senior and every senior extends his sincerest gratitude.
Mr. James Ogle EnglishDOYLE BLAIR ‘S Wonderful
ANNIE RUTH BRIGHT
Never was there a girl with a sweeter disposition or a more gentle nature.
BILLY RAY COLVIN "Benny”
A good all around person
EDWIN CORBIN Chemistry took me for a ride.
RICHARD COOPER Silaice is GoldenWENDELL FOWLER
Just like music from the stars.
She gives much who gives a little with a smile.
He works at whatever he does.
VERLON GARNER Life is a game to him.
Yet in my walks it seems to me ;that the Grace of God is in courtesy.
Always to his own affairs he attends.
And on his face you see big grim.
Member of practically everything.NEVAL GRIZZARD
JOSEPH BERT GORMAN ••Solly’
BURMA JEAN HAMM
A follower of The Golden Rule
NILA FAYE HICKEY
How good she is and just, Ever fit for our highest trusts.
PAT HOUSTON Georgia on my Mind.
Modest yet firm as nature's self.
SUE HARPER “Olive”
Love is so Terrific.
NELL HOUSTON Dignity Plus
You shall have wisdom great as life can give.JOE THOMAS HUDGINS
There is honor for his valor.
HAROLD HUNT “Proxy”
Full of wit, Full of fun, Full of life, a Happy one.
TOMMY HUGHES He is little and light.
JOAN JOLLEY Girl of my Dreams.
SHIELDS JOHNSON Sooner or later everyone passes.
DONALD JONES “Mort”
Happy am , From Cares I am free. Why can't they all be contented like me?
Dignity does not consist in possessing honors but in deserving them.
JEWELL LOLA LAMBERT Stars in my Eyes.PHILLIP WAYNE LUTHER
Not exactly afraid of work "but rather not be intimately associated with it.
CHARLES MALTBIE Fve had this Chemistry.
Run if you want to, but don't get out of Breath.
Virginia McClendon As meek as a Lamb.
thomas McClendon Work if you must but don't be worked to death.
A good listener is popular everywhere.
MARGARET ANN MOORE “Mousie”
Beauty is her Business.MARLENE MORGAN A Friend Indeed
JAMES E. MORGAN A Great name is rather to be chosen than great riches.
BETTY JANE NeSMITH
A good example is like a bell that calls many to church.
The kindest 'words she tries to say.
ED ROBERTS ‘Little Ed”
LILLIE MAE OLIVER When she doth smile Iyer face is sweet.
Whenever she is put to the test she always strives to do her best.
CHARLES ROE “Bulldog”
His bark is worse than his bite.BETHANY ROWELL “Theny”
As carefree as the breeze.
A good laugh is sunshine in the house.
BOBBY JOE SHIPP An Athlete Too !
EMMA JANE SMITH “Tot”
The best covies in small packages.
For he's a Jolly Good Fellow.
JIMMY SMITH “Digger”
My only books were women's looks and folly's all they taught me.
EVELYN STEPHENS “Stupid”
A heart as light as a blossom in June.
HAMILTON STEPHENS “Slick”
Handsome, nice and very neat, almost perfect, a sheik complete.HERBERT STEPHENS "Herb"
Of him the Recording Angel shell take heed.
DORIS JEAN WEAVER "Dynaflow”
The bud of joy.
KEITH THOMASON A real scholar.
The things ice do for a diploma.
JACK WELLS “Red”
A man clean, straight forward, and true, a loyal friend to all.
BOBBY STEWART “Tex"
Out of question you mere born in a merry hour.
Bobby Ledbetter Joe Brown Nancy Hooper Bob Hunt .......
.... TreasurerDOILLENE BUCHANAN
WILLODEAN BURKSHELEN CAMP
IMO JEAN CAMP
ALPHA DANIELLILLIAN DANIEL
CHARLES GORERUBY KENNEDY
GAY NELL KING
KAYE NELL LATHAM
J. N. LUSK
JOYCE MADDOXCAROLYN MATTHEWS
MAROLYN MATTHEWSRANDALL NOLES
MARTHA JO OWENS
CHRISTINE RAINESDERAL SIMS
JACK SNIDERDORIS STEPHENS
MARY SUE STEPHENS
MARY NELL SMITH
EXELLA ANN THOMASON
JIM THOMPSONANN TRAMNELL
BETTY JO AMOS
JIMMY BOPPIVA LEE CREWS
BETTY CRYARJIMMY FLOYD
DOROTHY FOSSETTB. L. IIILL
ELOISE McBRAYERELLEN McGURRE
JIMMY PINKSTONJIAI ROBERTS
JIMMY ROBERTSMAXINE POE
TAMES ROBERTSONYVOLENE BENEFIELD
ILA JD BENNETT
LOUISE CAMPDIVAN CANTRELL
THURMAN CARVERBARBARA DOWNEY
KENNETH GRAYMAE GRIZZARD
MARY HALLEVELYN JARMAN
MILDRED OGLEBARBARA PAYNE
IMA JEAN PIERCE
NELLIE RAE AUSTIN
JO ANN RICHEY
MARY ELLIS ROBINSON
ERVIN SMITHDELAINE THORNBERRY
JANNET TRAMMELLPAUL TYSON
PAT WOLFESADIE PEARL WEST
MALLIE ANN WRIGHT
PHYLISS ROBERTSjunior School
JUNIOR II SECTION A
RaT Bodineneld V C Cnn A? ?r™ning' Nenne Driver Kenneth Dunn. Frank Cebnery, Joe Decker. E. C. Baker, riahf V ti’ O L C A CamP’ Robert Cooley, John Bruce, Billy Burns, Betty Bain Second Row - Left
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Jo Cools rarolvn nrnwl A , Le“ ,? nf?ht ' Mrs• Weathers, Jeanette Dowdy. Eloise Camp. Anne Baily, Mary
garet DfcksonMtante HuS, clT okne Bell.3 ’ JC‘an BeUy B°b°' WanZa L°U Denny' Syble Dobbills’ Mar‘
JUNIOR II SECTION B
wmLR°W J Left t0 Jight. ' ' Cleta Von Garrison. Betty Fossett, Shirley Jolley, Kathleen Howard Patricia Tordan R.ii 0d«an Fer US01?’ Temple Nell Hall, Betty Johnson, Wanna Houston. Second Row - Billy Heaton Sammv Haves Billy Hayes. Carpi Jackson Bonnie Hildabrand. Fayrine Hamm. Peggy Grey, Carolyn Goodwin Nancy lane Nall
T mmJv0hHo0nir3hird TV £ ue8 Jl Trls' Kenneth Garrett Bobby Jim Head. Ted Jordan. Phillip Frix, David Hayes’ Tommy Hawkman, J. T. Hall, Adam England, Clarence Holsenback, Mr. Dennis. y JUNIOR II SECTION C
First Row - Left to right - - Barbara Lowery, Cheri Long, Arlene Knox, Mable McClendon, Billy Hugh Maltbie, Jimmy Long. David Lee, Duey Lyles, Frank Masters. Second Row - Left to right - - Paul Ledbetter, Corbile Land, Thomas McCafin, Kenneth Lankford, Russell Jackie Lowery, Mabary Maddox, Howard Lockhart, Malcolm
Kitchens. Third Row - Left to right - - Faye Lacy, Gay Lacy, June Ledford, Mary Dell Matthews, Joan Long, Eloise Matthews, Louise Matthews, Jacqueline Lyles, Ardell Latham, Mary Nell King, Carol Lang, Mr. Gipson.
JUNIOR II SECTION D
First Row - Left to right - - Judith Miller, Sue Rains, Barbara Ann Mitchell, Thelma Mullinax, Edith Robertson, Dorothy Sue Minor, Vassa Mae Riddle. Virga Swords, Norma Reaves, Glynaves Scarbrough. Second row - Left to right - - Franklin Pope, Jessie Parrish. Johnny Mack Rollins. Glenn Ragsdale, Cassie Morton. Betty Jo Ragen, Mona Sue Smith, Shelba Jean Stephens. Betty Jo Oliver. E2rnestine Pinkerton, Carolyn Standy. Third row - Left to right - - Robert Morgan. Thurman Reaves. Edward Neal NeSmith, Charles Peppers, Louis Robinson. Miss Garrett, Edward Earl Morman, Edward Swords, Conrad Royston, Joe Mitchell, Georgie Rutledge, Jim Pearce, Neil Reed, Jack Monday.JUNIOR I SECTION A
First row - Left to right - - Bobbie Bobbs. Ira Burgess, Shirley Baldwin, Helen Burks. Ilene Bright, Doris Blackman, Annie Beth Cook, Francis Baker. Betty Sue Baugh. Second Row - Left to right - - Mattie Lou Centers, Betty Jean Christian, Louise Cowan, Lucille Cowan. Gaynell Coby, Melba Brown. Gail Cochran. Jeanette Champion, Lois Cole, Azzie Cherry. Third row - Left to right - - Mrs. Mitchell, Edward Beam, Tom Belue, Latham Carver, Neil Belue, Scarbrough Berdan, Buddy Bonds, A. B. Cooper, Lavone Bell, Curtis Byars, Jimmy Alford.
JUNIOR II SECTION E
First Row - Left to right - - Marlene Tidmore. Betty Ray Yancy, Willie Ruth Vandergriff, Jean Williamson, Bobby Williams, Joyce Smithy, Elaine Shirey, Ray Williamson, Lynett Teal, Charlotte York, Lomerle Strange. Second Row - Left to right - - Mildred Vaughn. Juanette Teal, Lila Jo Templeton, Virginia Maud Smith, Virgil Thornhill, Buddy Shell, Fred Williamson, Charles Williams, Jim Williams, Wayne Washam. Trent Whitten, Billy Thomas,' Kiatha Wiliamson. Doris Ann Todd. Third Row - Left to right - - Millard Sparks, Wyanell Winkles, Ted Wilson, Ralph Smith, Troy D. Wallace, George Shirey, Thomas Shell, Keith Shell, Wayne Stephens, Mr. Bearden.JUNIOR ONE SECTION C
First row - Left to right - - Billy Ray Medford, Billy Joe McClendon. Tommy Moore .H. G. Long, Baxton Mountain Norman McSwain, Bell Johnson, A. V. McQuoter, Wayne Kettle. Second ro w- Left to right - - Billy Clay, Ray Ead Lemon Higgins, Jimmy Matthews. Kenneth Lusk. Roy Ledford. M. J. Joiner. George Kettle, Jane Matthews, Dull Mae Jones. Third Row - Left to right - - Zelma Lene Miller, Margaret Jenkins, Dorthene Maltbie. Fourth row - Left t right - - Mrs. Parrish, Bobby Sue Murphy. Shirley Jones. Hazel Lang, Lorrine Jones, Nell Lee, Kate Lowery, Merl McBrayer, Betty Moore, Shelba Marbut, Betty Sue Matthews, Betty Mayo, Jessie Mae Lyles.
JUNIOR I SECTION B
First Row - left to right - - Marlin Hanson. Hiawatha Eason, Tom Hearn, Sonny Darden, Welton Hayes, Freddie Farmer, Ray Duvall, James Duckett, Henry Huey, J. L. Huey. Second row - left to right - - Casey Jenkins, Edwin Ingram.
Clausene Hudgins, John Hawk, Lowell Davis. Sue Harris, Jane Graham, Lynda Hulgan, Annie Ruth Jackson, Jean
Herring, Faye Eslinger, Billie Hinds. Third row - left to right - - Mr. Bailey, Nanette Davis, Martha Dyar, Mary
June Jackson, Helen East, Willie Faye Hale, Florinne Hall, Dianne Davis.JUNIOR I SECTION D
First Row - Left to right - - Harold Reaves, , Wayne Rice, Jimmy Phillips, Clifford Earl Shirey, E. H.
Patterson, Adrain Shell, Lyle Reaves, R. j. Peacock, Charles Roberts. Second Row - Left to right - - Ethelene Payne, Marjorie Roberts, Elizabeth Pritchett, Lucille Pinkston, Gwendolyn Ogles, Betty Jean Parris, Mary Lee Portwood, Mary Dell Rogers, Louise Peppers, Marie Anne Shirey, Nellie Jean Siggers, Geraldine Sizmore. Third row - Left to right - - Buck Oliver, James Roy Pierce. Aubry Pridmore. Albert Sanders. Patricia Payne, Ruby Ogles, Audrey Prid-more Mary Arlene Powell, Lucille Pinkston, Betty Sue Robertson, Anne Orr, Mrs. Lyles.
JUNIOR I SECTION E
First row - Left to right - - Lyndia Sterling, Larry Sterling, Wayne Traylor, Don Simms, Franklin Smith. Freddie Wilson, Norman Smithy, Lawrence Spurlin, Gerald Woodham. Second row - Left to right - - Betty Sue Teal. Martha Jean Tidmore, Gaynell Williams, Fanny Jo Wallace. Richard Thomas. Gene Traylor. John L. Thomas. Marvin Tabor, Billy Gene Thomason. Third row - Left to Right - Faye Vann, Carolyn Smith, Bettye Thomas, Carol Thompson, Barbara Roden, Joyce Srader, Francis Joe Yancy, Mary Ellen Westbrook, Venna Mae Waldrop, Mrs. Galloway.SNAPSHOTSKathryn Rains, a junior this year, was chosen as Miss A. H. S. by popular vote. She also was chosen as the Junior Beauty by her class.
MISS ALBERTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
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JIMMIE DAVIS Junior
WILLODEAN BURKES Junior
BARBARA PAYNE FreshmanSenior Wlo’i Who
MOST HANDSOME - - Bill Gore PRETTIEST - - Margaret Moore
CUTEST Tot Smith Herbert Stephens
MOST COURTEOUS Betty Sanderson Kenneth Gilliland
BEST ALL AROUND Evelyn Stephens Billy Ray ColvinMOST POPULAR Bethany Rowell Jack Wells
NEATEST Hamilton Stephens Betty Jane NeSmith
MOST ATHLETIC Doris Jean Weaver Bobby Joe Shipp
Sue Harper Ed RobertsMOST STUDIOUS Henry Howard Nell Maltbie
MOST AMBITIOUS Barbara Reaves Keith Thomason
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Nell McBrayer Bobby Stewart
FRIENDLIEST Hazel Fricks Harold Hunt
MOST HANDSOME Frank Reed PRETTIEST Kathryn Rains
MOST POPULAR Jimmie Davis Bobby Ledbetter
FRIENDLIEST Nancy Hooper Bob Huntc
MOST ATHLETIC Mary Sue Stephens Junior Holder
WITTIEST Jenny Head Jimmy PhillipsSIOHSd VMSyfcrmricsJUNIOR PRESIDENT Bobby Ledbetter Anne Boddie
SENIOR PRESIDENT Jack Wells
Bethany Rowell■1950 GRADUATESSNAPSHOTSNila Jordan our Good Citizenship Girl of the year is shown here receiving her diploma from Mr. B. E McPherson Nila also has the record of being neither absent nor tardy for twelve years.HOME ARTSLUNCH ROOM EMPLOYEESFUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA■
FUTURE TEACHERSGIRLS GLEE CLUBGUESS WHO?sportsFOOTBALL SQUADSENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS
First Row — left to right - - Coach Stone, Doyle Blair, Bobby Winkles, Bobby Stewart, Ed Roberts, Bobby Joe Shipp, Coach Wells.
Second Row — left to right - - Junior Camp. Billy Ray Colvin, Donald Jones Jack Wells, Gary Ledbetter, Jimmy Smith.
COACH STONE Line CoachJUNIOR HOLDER 1st Team - All County Fullback
JACK WELLS L. H. B.
FRANK REED 1st Team All County End Co-Captain
SONNY CORBITT Center
BILLY LEDBETTER L. H. B.
JOE ROBERTS 2nd Team All-County Tackle
ROY RICE R. T.
THOMAS ROLLINS R. H. B.BOBBY BOWEN R. G.
BOBBY KANE L. H. B.
ED ROBERTS L. H. B.
JIM PIERCE R. T.JIMMY FRANK SMITH lsf Team All County Tackle Captain
BOBBY STEWART 1st team all County Guard
NEWMAN CAMP 2nd Team all County End
DOYLE BLAIR F. B.
BILLY RAY COLVIN R. H. B.
CHARLES DUCKETT R. T.
HUGH CANTRELL R. T.
CARL PIPER R. E.
BOBBY HENDON R. H. B.
Edna Earl Stephens Sue Harper, Nancy Lee Hooper, Evelyn Stephens. Carolyn Hambrick Sylvia Anne Dyar, Nanette Hewett, Lynell Elrod
BOBBY SHIPP R. E.
HARMAN YANCY 2nd Team All County GuardBASKETBALL TOURNAMENT TEAM
BASKETBALL SQUADFOOTBALL ACTION SHOTSFOOTBALL SCORES
19 Valley Head 0
7 Gadsden 19
0 Emma Sansom 7
34 Jacksonville 6
26 Arab 0
0 Etowah 18
27 Lincoln 0
27 Cullman 6
27 Ft. Payne 2
34 Gunfcersville 6
21 Points kicked out of 30ALBERTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BANDALBERTVILLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 1950
In the hills of Alabama
In a town called Albertvjlle,
There is a School,
We love it’s every rule,
And it’s there we’ll always be.
You may search the wide world over. But you’ll f.'nd no better place,
In the hills of Alabama Than the dear old A. H. S.SENIOR WILL
We the members of the great and glorious Sr. Class of 1950, being of sound mind, do bequeath, to the lowly and unhonorable Jr. Class the following:
I, Betty Jane NeSmith, having survived nine weary months of Chemistry, will my special right to snigger in chemistry class to Bob Hunt.
I, Evelyn Stephens, will to a worthy person, Faynell Latham, my nickname “Stupid”.
I, Phillip Wayne Luther, having an appointment to arrive at Tuscaloosa on Tuesday, May 23 in the year of our Lord, 1950, upon my graduation from a certain known but unnamed institute, will my gr at tenor glee club voice to the great infamous Jimmy Phillips.
Barbara Reaves wills her ability :o look out the window while Miss Williams dictates shorthand, to Jessie Traylor.
Charles Roe wills his little brown jug to Jimmy Phillips.
James Smith wills about 25 pounds of excess baggage to Wayne Smith.
I, Jackie West, will my ability to pop chewing gum in Mrs. Still’s class to Jenny Maude Head, provided she can do it without getting caught.
I Keith Thomason, will my ability to always keep order on the bus to Charles Gore.
I. Doris Weaver, will to Marolyn Matthews my ability to get along with the Smiths.
I. Charles Maltbie. will my dumb ability to learn Chemistry to James Hall.
I. Shields Johnson, will my ability to gain weight to Donald Smith.
I. Sue Harper, will my nickname “Olive” to Jenny Head.
I. Marie Owens, will the right to finish school before getting married to Lillian Daniel.
I. Wandell will my ability to gain weight to Charles Gore.
I. Wandell. will my ability to lose weight to Verlon Kitchens.
I. Nell Houston, will to Mary Nell Smith my place in heloing Miss Brown.
Hazel Fricks wills her seat in Glee Club to Dorothy Hillsman.
I. Billy Ray Colvin, will to Bobby Ledbetter my
ability to win all the plates in the lunch room..
..On the 22nd day of May, 1950. Joe Thomas Hudgins wishes to will his Democracy Book to Miss Gaynell McNeal.
I. James Edvard Morgan, will my ability to be late every morning to Benson Masters.
Neva Grizzard wills Christine Garrett her Ability
to chew chewing gum in Miss Williams typing class.
We. Margarett Moore and Evelyn Stephens, being honorable members of the great and glorious Senior Class of 1950 do will to Jenny Head and Bobbie Nell Hines our back seats in Democracy and our ability to laugh and have a good time and still pass.
I, Joan Jolley, will my musical abiity to Hazel Barnes.
I, Wandell, will my wonderful voice and ability to be sent out of Glee Club to Thomas Hart on this the 5th day of May in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Fifty.
Marlene Morgan wills her ability to reduce to Evelyn King.
I. Tot Smith will to Jennie Head my happy go lucky disposition.
Lillie Mar Oliver wills her innocent ways to irritate Miss Richey in Democracy Class to Evelyn McNair.
I. Doyle Blair, being of thick head and fallen arches do hereby will Jr. Holder my speed in football.
I. Herbert Stephens, will to Morris Clark one pair of long legs and brown eyes which were willed to me last year by Taylor B. Smith. I hope you can f'nd use of them.
I. Nila Jordan under oath will to Christine Garrett my seat in Glee Club.
I. Bethany Rowell will to Betty Lou Moultrie my ability to not be able to get the right lines in the right places at the right time at play practice.
I. Burma Jean Ham, will to Gaynell King my dignified appearance.
We. Barbara Reaves and Jackie West, will our ability to look at each other and get tickled in Democracy to Jessie Traylor and Mary Sue Stephens.
I. James Smith, will my abliity to pass Democracy on Bethany’s grades to Burt Davis.
I. Jo Ann Burns, will my Week’s Vacation to Carolyn Hambrick.
I. Dortheen Cochran will my front seat in Democracy to Faynell Latham.
I. Keith Thomason will to Melvin Smith my abilitv to Make all A’s in Democracy without reading the Lesson.
I, Joe Edw'ards, will to Frank Reed my ability to sleep through English class.
I Annie Ruth Bright will to Jo Ann Colvin my ability to get an engagement ring during her senior year.
I. Betty Sanderson, being of fairly sound mind, will to Nancy Lee Hooper my ability to pass Chemistry on D’s.
I. Jewell Lola Lambert, will Jessie Traylor my abilitv to keep the conversation in home arts.
I. Bobby Joe Shipp, will to Jack Appleton my ability to make all A’s in Adv. Algebra.
I. Nila Jordan, being of sound mind, will to Hazel Barnes my ability not to miss a day or be late for School.
I, Harold Frix will to Joe Browm my ability to get D’s in Chemistry.
I. Ed Roberts, will my studious nature to Harmon Yancy.Marlene Morgan wills her ability to go blind dates to Mable Bryant.
i, lot smith, wiil to Sue Stephens my ability to slip through Sr. Ill English.
I, Doris Weaver, will my nickname “Dynaflow” to Jimmy Roysion.
I, Shields Johnson, will 'my ability to stay in school 13 years to Vernon Kitchens.
I, Annie Ruth Bright, will Betty Sue Brannum my seat in Mr. Ogle's class.
I, Billy Ray Colvin, will to Jr. Holder my ability to get a different name in the Football lineups.
I, Betty Sanderson, will to Betty Moultrie my ability to giggle.
I, Bobby Joe Shipp will to Frank Reed and Jr. Holder my ability to wander around in Miss Brown’s study hall without her sending me out in the hall for a week at a time.
I, Harold Frix, being of questionable mind and unsound body do hereby will to Randall Noles my ability to sleep in Democracy Class.
I, Ed Roberts, will to Frank my ability to sleep in class every day and still pass.
I, Doyle Bair, being of sound mind and body do hereby will my ability to make gobd grades in chemistry to anyone dumb enough to take it.
I, Burma Jean Ham, will to Betty Jean Minor my ability to persuade Mr. Ogles for an A in English.
I. Jo Ann Bums, will Imogene Camp my ability to get along with Miss Williams.
I. Margaret Moore, being a member of the highly esteemed Senior Class of 1950, upon the date of my graduation from this institute of higher learning do will in the presence of witnesses to Betty Lou Moultrie, a member of the lowly Jr. class, my blush, to be cherished through the coming years.
I, Billy Gore, will to Frank Reed my right to kiss the leading lady in the senior play.
I. Bobby Winkles, will Jr. Holder my half of Mr. McPherson’s office.
I. Henry Howard, will to Frank Reed my ability . to correct the teacher wTien she is wrong.
I. Betty Jane NeSmith. will to Joyce Wright my ability to catch a fish in my net.
I. Evelyn Stephens, will my loud mouth to Jessie Traylor.
I, Henry Howard, will my good eyes to Sonny Corbitt who can do just as well without them.
I, Margaret, being of sound mind and body upon the occasion of my graduation. May 22 in the year of our Lord. Nineteen Hundred and Fifty, do hereby will my ability to get kissed in the Senior Play to Katherine Rains.
I. Phillip Wayne Luther, being in a fairly well state of mind after my intensive study of chemistry, do will to the only person who is a bigger moron
than I am, Randall Noles, my well known standing pace in the outer office of this well known institute of so-called higher learning.
I, Joan Jolly, will to Jennie Head my authority to stay in class when Miss Richey tells me to go out in the hall.
I. Herbert Stephens, will to Doris Blair my ability to make B’s in Economics and Democracy without ever reading the Chapter.
I. Burma Jean Ham, will to Dorothy Hilsman my seat in Democracy.
I. Annie Ruth Bright, will Ellon Grant my ability to write letters in Miss Richey’s class without getting caught.
I, Evelyn Stephens, win to Sue Stephens my ability to get cheerleader in her senior year.
I. Doris Waver, will my smooth unnamed walk to Carolyn Hambrick.
I, Betty Sanderson, will to Barbara Decker my acting ability.
I, Henry Howard, will to Bob Hunt my ability to stall off chemistry tests by talking about flying saucers.
I, Bobby Winkles, will to Frank Reed my ability to play Hookey and get by with it.
I, Bethany Rowell, being about half in mind after a half semester in chemistry, will to Marolyn and Carolyn Matthews my abiity to fail chemistry so I can take Business Math.
I. Harold Frix, being of unquestionable character will to Jack Appleton my flag making ability.
I, Herbert Stephens, leave to the next treasurer of the Sr. Class all the bills we forgot to pay.
I, Solly Gorman” wlil my ability to make straight A’s in chemistry to Jack Appleton.
I, Keith Thompson, will to the senior class of 1950-51, my Friend Harold Hunt - Keep him.
I, Harold Hunt, will to Bob Hunt the ability to keep the good name .
To our beloved faculty, we will and bequelh, days of toil and night of sorrow for all the trouble they have given us during our high school days.
L Harold Hunt, if possessing any good qualities, prefer to keep them. I’ll probably need them next year.
We. the Senior Class of 1950. leave to the Senior Class of 1951. the handsome and distinguished looking couple, Mr. Ogle and Mrs. Still.
I, Jack Weis, will to Bobby Ledbetter, my throne.
We, the Seniors of 1950, bequeth to the Seniors of 1951. our happy and joyous senior year. We sincerely hope that you will have all the happiness and joy that we have had.
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Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Compliments of LOCKLEAR'S Sodas - Drugs - Jewelry Patent Medicines Phone 740 ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA Compliments of CITY CLEANERS Carl Roebuck PHONE 682-J ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA
Compliments of Compliments of
Sanderson Hardware Farmers Warehouse
Company Public Storage and Weighing
Hardware - Paints - Furniture P. O. Box 449
Phone 126 Phone 98
ALBERTVILLE. ALABAMA ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA
If it’s a Sewing Machine Calf
Chester F. Raines TYPEWRITERS
RENTALS Standard and Portable Models
SERVICE New Used Machines for Sale
Phone 243 Reconditioned Machines for
ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA Rent
Compliments of BIRCH ANDERSON
Sterchi Bros. Stores
Inc. 525 Broad Street
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I Compliments of Wholesale Retail Automotive
J . Supplies
Moore's Cafeteria Machine Shop Service
ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA Phone 93 £
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Albertville Wholesale Grocery Co. Ross - Adams Lumber Company
Wholesale Groceries Lumber and Building Materials
Flour and Feeds
ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA
Compliments of W. E. Walker
Dobson Company Cotton Company COTTON BUYERS
“I V or king Man's Friend"
ALBERTVILLE. ALABAMA 1 :
Thompson Furniture Compliments of
And Hardware Co.
“Everything for the Croft Grocery
Hoj te and Farm" PHONE 92-J
T. D. Thompson Jack Thompson ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA
Compliments of 1 Dugger Book Store
JITNEY - JUNGLE Bibles, ReligIBji Books, Fiction STAtlONERY
Self - Service Food Store Norcross Greeting Cards
“Pay Cash and Pay Less” 544 BROAD ST .
ALBERTVILLE BOAZ GADSDEN, ALABAMA j
Compliments of Olin C. Hearn Motors
Authorized Ford Dealer
V. J. ELMORE'S Cars, Parts, Service
5 10c STORE, INC. Phone 13
ALBERTVILLE. ALABAMA ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA
Compliments of Compliments of
The Ideal Dept. Store Progressive Cleaners
Shoes and Readv-to-Wear For the Entire Family “Where Your Business Is Appreciated”
“Qualify Merchandise at Pick-up and Delivery Service
Popular Prices” PHONE 73
ALBERTVILLE. ALABAMA ALBERTVILLE. ALABAMA
Compliments of Compliments of
Davis - Whitten Parts Company Wells Mercantile Company
PHONE 146 “The Home of Bargains” Curlee Clothes - Jarman Shoes
ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA Phone 92-W
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ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY NEVER A CHARGE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12
STATE NATIONAL BANK
One of Many Good Banks Serving North Alabama
A. W. Chiles Son
ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA Phone 387-J
Best Wishes of
To Our Friends of Albertville High School
“ We Do One Thing Right ”
Sick Room Supplies Baby Supplies
White Palace Sandwich Shop
‘‘A Good Place to Eat” ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA
Espy Flower Shop
“Flowers for All Occasions"
Day Phone 133-J Night Phone 151-R
E. Dayton Espev, Bertha Espey ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA
Moody's Jewelry Sandwich Shop
Marshall County’s Oldest Jeweler
: Compliments of The Best Is None too Good
Morgan Gin Company Better Stick to Standard Oil
Jackie Morgan, Prop. GEORGE NIXON
ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA
ANNUAL PICTURES BY
ROBT. 0. JOHNSON
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