Anderson High School - Tidings Yearbook (Anderson, SC)
- Class of 1946
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HENn1E1'rA, Dor, Miss NICCONNELL,
DOT SIXIITH ........ Editor
Extra! Extra! JANE STRICKLAND . . Business Manager
Miss lX'lARY NICCONNELL . . . Adviser
"When is the Hannasgals coming out?v -A question often heard in G. H. S. halls. The
paper was especially active this year when it sponsored the well received "Get Acquainted
Campaign." It can always be depended upon to keep everybody well posted on what high
school girls are thinking and doing.
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CLARENCE BROWN ........ Editor
FRED GARRISON ..... Business Manager
MR. FRANK BAINVVATER . Editorial Staff Adviser
MRS. LUCIA T. HUDGENS . Business Staff Adviser
The YELLONV JACKET, published every month - some months - bears the distinction of being
the only South Cagolina high school publicatioliio distribute its issues free to all of the stu-
dents. The paper is supported chieH-57 by advertising. For the past three years the B. H. S.
monthly has belonged to the South Carolina Scholastic Press Association. '
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lNlAHY ANN lX'lARTIN . .
SARA Nix . . .
JANE I'IAlNIlNIETT . .
HENR11-:TTA HOLCONIBE .
Miss ENILIA NIAJOH . '
H earl knockers.
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Meet the mastermindsl In order to obtain membership
inthe Beta Club, a girl must have made no grade lower
than a on any report received during her sopho-
more year. If she does not get into the club at the
beginning of her iunior year. she may be taken in at
the first of the second semester or the first semester
of her senior year. If, after becoming a member, a
girl makes a or lower, she is suspended until she
brings up the grade. You can readily see Why almost
every girl at G. H. S. would like to ioin the ranks ot
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Presenting Charles Spearman and his all-girl chorus. YVe gaze with fond pude
on our future Kate Smiths and Rise Stevenses and look forward to the day when
we can boast that we knew them "when.', In the meantime, they delight us Wlth
their harmony and convince us that:
' "In sweet music is such art
Ktillti-ng care and grief of heart."
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BARBARA AIKEN ...... President
NIAHTHA ANN THARINGTON . Vice-President
FRANCES NIKON ...... Secretary
BETTY jo KING .... . Treasurer
ME. CHARLES SPEARINIAN . . Di-rector
BILL FANT ....... President
I1MMY KING . . Vice-President
BUDDY IVESTER . . . Secretary
I'-'RANK PARNELL . . . Treasurer
Mn. L. A. KITCHING . . Sponsor
Stop me if you've heard this one
The Student Government Association is composed of the president and vice-presi-
dent of each home room section. It forms the basis of self-government and is con-
sidered one of the most progressive organizations in the school.
Representatives . . .
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SAM Cl.-XILLAHD ..... President
lNlARSlIAI.L FARBIER . . Vice-President
DOUGEAS F R1ERsoN . . Secretary
LAXVRENCE BRADHAM . . Treasurer
DIR. J. E. DEADB' . Sponscr
Reconuersizm . . .
One of the most llTlD0l't11llt factors in the success of the work of any group is the good char-
acter of the individual. And Christian fellowship, more than anything else, tends to implant
in the individual this desired characteristic. It is the ioh of the Hi-Y Club to provide this
fellowsllip for the hovs in their school life and to mold il firm base on which the following
years of their life may stand steadfast.
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The members of the Tri-Hi-Y Club form a representative group of the iunior and
senior classes. Their aim is to develop high standards of Christian- character
throughout the home, school, and commimity.
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EMILY PnU1'l'1' . . ' . P1'GSidCll-I
josizvurmz GENTRY . . V-ice-President
lN'lARY LOUISE lX'lATTISON . . Secretary
ENIILY Cox' SULLIVAN . . Treasurer
Mus. RAYMOND MCLEES . . Sponsor
XVlzite collar girls.
DISTHIB TUHS' CL B
NIARGARET Svmizrzs .... President
NIARGARET MOOREHEAD Vlice-President
lVIURIEL HANCCJCK .... Secretary
THELMA Bom . . . . Treasurer
MRS. SAIDEE YVELBORN . . Sponsor
The girls who have chosen the Distribu-
tors' Education Course compose the Dis-
tributors' Club. Not only do the members
of 'this club learn the principles of the
business World, but they also gain actual
experience in the local stores.
May we help you?
JOAN CANIPBELL ..... . . President
SARA Nix . . . . Vice-President
lVlARY ALICE .Iomzs . . . Secretary
BETrx' STEPHENS . . . Treasurer
Miss lN'lARY MCCONNELI, . . Sponsor
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The Commercial Club is for girls whose ambition is to become business women.
To become a member of this club one must attain a high average on commercial
subjects and on English. Every commercial student should endeavor to become
a member of this club.
Birds of u feather.
Tl1ere's no place like home.
JU IUH HUMEMAHEHS
Chief cooks - and bottle washers.
HAZEL HALL . .... . . President
SARA GETSINGER . . . Vice-President
LUCILLE CROIXVIEIX . . . Secretary-Treasurer
lX'lARI.AN GRINNELL . .... Reporter
Mus. PAT HARRIS . . . . Sponsor
Miss lN'lARIE MCCONNELL . . Sponsor
Are your biscuits burning? Has your cake fallen
Hat? Does your dress look as if, it had been put
together by a surrealist painter? If so, the odds
are a thousand to one that you are not one of
our junior Homemakers. These girls know how
11 home should really be run. They have learned
not only how to cook but also how to make and
mend their own clothes.
l Careful fellows! Donit get trampled in the
SUE IIE CLUB
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ALoNzo RIVERS . . . President
BILL KING . . . Vice-President
SAM lN'lO0RHEAD . . . Secretary
- J. XV. SANDERS . . . Treasurer
Mn. L. A. KITCHING . . Sponsor
This is the IUIJORATORY - not ll LABORlIflll'!l.
The B. H. S. Science Club, composed of the chemistry, physics, and biology classes, was
organized to promote interest in the scientihc subiects and act as a medium for the exchange
of ideas among the students talented along this line. Meeting twice monthly, the members
in charge of the program demonstrate interesting experiments as well as report on the
lutest scientific discoveries.
A shocking tlemonsfrafion.
Backbone of the nation.
EUTURE EARMER5 UE AMERIEA
LAWRENCE TURNER ..... . . President
LEWIS TURNER . . Vice-President
BERRY CREAIXIER . . . Secretary
DOUGLAS CROMER . . . Treasurer
MR. C. XV. PENNINGTON . . Sponsor
Now as never before it is essential that the man who
intends to take his living from the soil be fully edu-
cated in thelmodern methods of agriculture. fFrom
now on it will be the up-to-date farmer who will con-
tinue to live comfortably during the unproductive
yearsj It is the aim of the Future Farmers of America
to bring to the high school boys such knowledge that
will make it possible for them to compete in the market
of tomorrow. Y
JILILIIE and BERRY
AMxE, MARY LOUISE, EIMILY and BEVERLY.
ALIIE TRASK ....... P-resident
MARY LOUISE MA1'rIsoN . . Vice-President
EMILY PRUITI' . . . . . Secretary
BEVERLY LEE . . . Treasurer
MRS. RUFUS HILL . . .... Sponsor
Last year the Spanish senoritas decided to
become better acquainted with the culture
and customs of the countries that spoke their
confoozin, but amoozin, new language.
Hence the Spanish Club was organized. It
is composed of only those students who aver-
age "A" or "B" in Spanish.
Good will ambassadors.
F OHEST Succs ..... President
PAT SINIITH . . Vice-President
PERRY RICE . . . Secretary
BEN BLECKLEY . . . . Treasurer
Mn. H. R. MCGOXVAN . . Sponsor
Not zz red nose in the crowd
"Anhl Anhl Anh-h-h! Doift touch that bottle! Listen to me as I tell you about the evils of
'The Demon Rum., " Or so might go a radio program of the Allied Youth. With the great
increase in the consumption of alcoholic beverages by boys and girls of America, it is more
important now than ever before to bring to bear a pressure against the use of such bever-
ages during the formative years of the coming generation.
, Sotting in the su-n.
Q LE CERELE FRANCAIS
"Pigeons on the grass alas"-G. STEIN
JANE HAMMETI ........ P-reside-nt
BARBARA STAINTON . . Vice-President
ANNE KAY .... . . Secretary
EINIILY Cox' SULLIVAN . . . Treasurer
MRS. RUFUS HILL . . . Sponsor
VVe are known as ':Les jeunes Hlles de Madame
Hill" Cwhicli, when translated into English,
means "Mrs, Hillis pestsvj. In order to remain a
member of the French Club a student must at-
tain an average of "An or Those members
who make an average of "Cn or below are sus-
pended until the grade is raised.
Les belles femmes KPJ
El IE CLUB
TOM KAY .......... President
BILL BRADHALI . . Vice-President
CLARENCE BROWN . . . . . Secretary
NIARSHALL FAHLIER . . Treasurer
MR. DAVID LINCLE . . Sponsor
The Civic Club was organized at Boys' High
during the 1944-45 term, which makes it the
youngest club at school. Despite its tender age
for maybe because of itj the club has rapidly
risen to a place of first importance in the life of
the school and community. In addition to the
regular Christmas program and Minstrel, the club
has distinguished itself this year by sponsoring a
series of radio programs over station WAIM. The
programs featured a display of high school talent
and panel discussions of important current prob-
just a wee bit closer if you clmft mind.
Something interesting, :fest-ce pas?
EUNICE SULLIVAN . 'Y' . . P-resident
MARY ANN MARTIN . . Vice-President
lDOROTHY DUCWOHTH . . . Secretary
BE'I'l'Y SUE JARRETT .... Treasurer
NIISS ELIZABETH MCCOXVN . . Sponsor
The Future Teachers of America is an
organization that stresses the fact that the
women of tomorrow are in the youth of
today. This club not only gives the high-
lights of the teaching profession, but
teaches its members poise, manners, and
the art of speaking before a group of
FUTURE TEACHERS UE AMEPIIE
, Trouble for the future generation . . .
Teamwork, co-operation, outstanding athletic ability,
and other qualities of good sportsmanship on the
hockey Held and inside the gym add up to the girl
who has been privileged to Wear the Block "Af,
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The Block Club, the only athletic organization at Boys' High,
is made up of those boys who have demonstrated good sports-
manship, superb co-operation, and exceptional initiative, as well
as their outstanding athletic ability. May these privileged Wear-
ers always practice the qualities they have acquired as the
members of the Block "A" Club.
Keep ,em flying!
CARRIE ALICE IENKINS
MARTHA ANN TI-IARRINGTON
Isn't it thrilling? Of course We are talk-
ing about those boys and girls, dressed
in brightly colored uniforms and shining
brass buttons, being led down the foot-
ball Held by our "struttinm Inajorettes.
The band not only participates in the
football games, but also represents our
school in various civic and out-of-town
programs and parades. -
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FRANCES MCLESKY . . . President
PAT SMITH .... Vice-President
J. VVALTEP. SANDERS . . Secretary
.ALAN VVHITFEN . . . Treasurer
BARBARA AIKEN .... Majoretie
MR. CHARLES VV. SPEARIXIAN Director
Strike up the band.
Conficleniizllly it stings
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Eight good reasons why "our team is red hotv are our cheerleaders. They are a hardy lot who,
l in addition to a full set of gymnastics at every game, have survived innumerable deluges of pea-
' nuts down their megaphones and the thunderous cries of "down in front" from the rear of the
bleachers. How often have we wondered if "Boots" would regain his balance after a long yell?
- How many of us have swooned when Anne Kay gave the victory yell?
Blue shins, undiminishing energy, and a fighting
spirit constitute the hockey team. These athletes
were chosen for their ability to cooperate with
fellow teammates, to think quickly, and to play
a good, fast game of hockey. III the annual game
between the senior and iunior hockey teams, the
seniors emerged the victors over the battling
juniors. "It Was a tough fight, mom, but we wonlv
MARY SUE VVALKER
MARY ALICE PARNELL
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BETTY JEAN SIKIITH
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Top row, left to right: Garrison, Dolly, Haddock, Hancock, Embler, Coker, Trotter, Rivers, M. Hayes. B0ulware,'
Coach Dillard .... Middle row: Davenport, Mauldin, Iennings, C. Hayes, Sullivan, Bradham, Black .... Bottom
row: Steele, Morrison, XVhite, Hyder, King, Thompson, Ivester, Phillips.
Perhaps the football squad is one of the most important
factors in creating and maintaining school spirit. The
grim determination and clocklike precision of the team
plus the superb leadership and coaching of Mr. Dillard
afforded Anderson a good season. In a few instances the
jackets could not cope with the overpowering weight and
experience of larger teams, and the colors of the yellow
and white. were dropped in defeat, but as a whole they
displayed good sportsmanship.
Right to left: jim-my, Coach. and jimmy. Football flunkies.
Left to right: Jimmy, Coach, and jimmy.
Behind the scenes our hard working managers keep busy doing everything from
taping up ankles, keeping equipment straight, to serving as water boy. They a1'e
an indispensable part of our team.
Home Coming Day Exercises for A. H. S.
graduates included the crowning of the
Football Queen, Emily Pruitt. Emily was
unanimously chosen because of her poise,
personality, and beauty.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL RESULTS
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Brookland-Cayce .,.. A. 14 19
Gaffney ,..,.,,,....,. .,.,, ........ 1 8 12
Rock Hill ..........,... .... 6 14
Greenville ..,.. 12 13
Saluda . ....... ..,..,, S 3 6
Parker .............. .,..... 1 2 0
Spartanburg 0 7
Easley ....,...... ,... ......,.. ..,.,. . , .,.... ..,,,....,.,........ 6 T
Chester ,.,... ..,.........................,....,.................... 3 4 0
Top row: Sanders, Smith, Haddock, Sams, Kmg, jenkins, Lyons Clvianagerl .... Middle row
Moore, Clark, Bobo, Rosenblume, Carlton .... Bottom row: Brissey, Thompson, Horton, VVells
Top row, left ta riglif: Clinkscales, McCallum, Mattison, Sullivan, B. J. Smith, "Pete" Smith,
McAlister, Parnell, Miss Major, Mcisesky .... Second row: Wfilson, Aiken, Thackston, J. jenkins,
XValker, Hilley, Taylor, King, Trask .... T11-ird VOID! Ballentine, Price, Harris, Moore fCaptainl,
Manly, Nixon, Jenkins.
Inspiration dampened with perspiration and molded by the hands of Miss Major
made the varsity a solid team. Although they were not victorious in every game,
these girls took their losses as champions do-with a smile. Hail to the Varsity!"
B. J. SINIITH
This year Coach Dillard sent an able group of basketeers on the
court. Although these "hardwood houdiniesn didn't win every
game, they always gave a good account of themselves both at
home and on foreign courts.
Left to right: Coach Dillard, F. White, Morrison, F ouclie, Miller, Rice, Stevenson, Dover ....
Kneeling from left to right: Shore, VVliitfield, Culbertson, McClain, Pinson, Danie
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Mary Sue NValker,s name would better fit if
it were "Merry" Sue. This pretty little girl with
the sparkling brown eyes was the secretary of
the senior class. Mary Sue's fine school spirit
and winning ways have made her one of the
most popular girls in school.
Probably one of the most active students in
Boys' High is Tom Kay. He takes an interest
in a great many of the school activitiesg but his
school work does not seem to be enough to
keep Tom busy, for he is a zealous and very
capable church worker, conducting regular Sun-
day services. Tom has doubtlessly benefited by
his high school years, but the school, too, has
greatly benefited from Tom's work there.
"A smile for everyone" seems to be Barbara Aiken's
motto. And what a smile-one which is comple-
mented by a Hash of sparkling white teeth set in
a lovely olive complexioned face that is framed by
beautiful black hair. As majorette this year Bar-
bara raised Anderson's reputation in many people,s
estimation. She always has a friendly remark and
an infectious laugh that has endeared her to all
who know her.
Jimmy Hyderls carefree charm and everlast-
ing good humor combine to make him one
of the most popular students at Boys' High.
Active in all of the sports of the school and
captain of the football team, Iimmy's athletic
ability is matched only by his humorous
column, "Raw Hyder," which displays both
his writing talent and his quick wit. Because
of his congenial disposition and keen in-
terest in people, a list of Iimmy's friends
would fill several volumes.
Mary Sue and Tommy
Blonde hair, beautiful eyes, and a perfect com-
plexion are the traits that make Emily Pruitt one
of the most beautiful girls in Girls' High. Seem-
ingly retiring, she is in reality a vivacious and
talented girl. She has won a place in the hearts
of her many friends with her charm, friendliness
a.n:l Wonderful personality.
A winning smile, ready wit, and a magnetic
personality, make Alonzo Rivers one of the
uiiforgetable members of this year's senior
class. Endowed with a rare sense of humor,
"Ab" never tolerates a dull moment. Possess-
i ig the unusual combination of athletic abil-
ity and intellectual proficiency, he proves
invaluable on the football team as well as in
tue scholastic activities.
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One of the most likeable and dependable girls
in the senior class is Jane Hammett. Her slow
smile and easy going manner are characteristic
of this typical Southern girl. jane, who is al-
ways there when needed, is liked by all the
girls because of her pleasing disposition and
They may be laughing or perhaps they are sing-
ing, but you may be sure that there is plenty
of cheer and good spirit when Bill Fant is in
the crowd. Good naturecl and quick-minded,
he is always able to infect light-hearted humor
into the conversation or to sing a song from
his endless repertoire. He is not Without a
serious side, however, and takes a firm and level-
headed stand in whatever problem he has to
cope with. I
Anne Kay, the girl with the yellow hair and
green eyes, is loved by everyone who knows
her. Although she keeps up a ceaseless line of
senseless chatter, she is rated as one of the
most brilliant girls in the school. She will al-
ways be remembered by her classmates as one
of the sweetest and most considerate girls at
Jimmy King's discerning wit and good humor,
together with an engaging personality, combine
to make him one of the best liked boys in
school. NVith a wonderful athletic ability as well
as mental talent, he is an important member of
both the football team and the Beta Club.
JHIIITIYIS many talents are surpassed only by the
modesty and quiet manner which have won him
a permanent place in the hearts of all who
Anne and Jimmy
1' he stately editor of the TIDINGS, Marion
Guest, is considered one of the most popular
students at Girls, High. Marion takes her re-
sponsibilities quite seriously, but she can always
see the humorous side of life. She is noted for
her pleasing disposition, sincerity, and her abil-
ity to accomplish anything that she undertakes.
You may be sure that the words are sincere if
they come from Forest Suggs. His honesty and
4-onscientiousness make a person whom you can
depend upon to do the job to the best of his
ability. His love -for games and the out-of-doors
keeps Forest in good condition and he carries
out his good sportsmanship at all times,
whether it be at work or at play.
Clarence Brown, the artist, the writer, the
humorist, seems destined to rank high in the
literary world. Having a very keen mind, his
nimble thoughts and lighting repartees make
him a gripping Writer and an interesting con-
versationalist. Already Clarence is making a
place for himself in the World.
Carol Morgan, president of the senior class, is
indeed one of the most popular girls at Girls,
High. Carol, with a smile on her lips and a
twinkle in her eyes, is always ready to make
some witty remark that she is famous for
around C. H. S. But she has a serious side also.
The senior class exercised excellent taste when
they chose Carol president.
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In every class there should be, and usually is, a typical high
school girl. Dot Smith is this, and more too. She has plenty of
personality, talent and good looks. Dot is just a lovable, all-
round American school-girl. .L
Consistently turning in a stellar performance onthe gridiron,
Leon Thompson, better known to his legions of friends as
"Curly," has established a reputation for being one of the
hardest hitting wingbacks in local football history. Not 'the
least of his winning characteristics are his quiet manner, sincere
friendship, and pleasing personality. A 4 1
Garthedon Price. the vice-president of the senior
class. is the type of girl that everybody likes.
She never fails to speak and smile when she
sees someone. Carthedon's main assets, her
friendliness and good looks, are ones which any
girl would be proud to possess. They go to
help make Garthedon the likeable girl that
The girls fall,of themj call him "cute"g the
boys call him a "regular fellow" and everyone
agrees that his captivating personality and rare
good humor make his extraordinary popularity
seem the most natural of things. Of course, this
could be none other than Marshall Farmer.
Gartherlon and Marshall
The cute girl with athletic ability that every-
body knows is Frances Nixon. Her popular-
ity is borne out by the fact that she was our
class president in both our sophomore and
junior years. Charm and beautiful eyes add
to Francesis attractiveness. Her laughter and
ceaseless chatter are typical of this fun-lov-
If you see a tall husky body topped off with
a face that is all smiles and twinkling eyes,
you know that it is Jack Jennings. His win-
ning Ways, his good sportsmanship, and"his
athletic ability makes jack one of the best
knowirand most popular boys in Boys' High.
OFFICERS - GIRLS, HIGH
CAROL MORGAN . .
GARTHEDON PRICE .
NIARY SUE WVALKER .
ANNE KAY ....
Miss FRANCES MAJOR
ANNA LAW VVA1'1c1Ns
. . . President
. . Secretary
. M aseot
Mus Frances Mayor
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OFFICERS - BOYSZHIGH
TOM KAY ....... President
JIMMY HYDER . . Vice-President
PERRY RICE . ' . . Secretary
RICHARD KING . . . . Treasurer
MR. FRANK RAINNVATER . . Sponsor
BILLY DII,LARD . . . . Mascot
M1. Frank Rainwater Billy
BOBBIE JEAN ALLEN 3
. . senior's song bird . . . iuniofs gal . . . good
disposition . . . popular. l
EMMA LEE ALLEN
. . . lovely brown eyes . . . llappy disposition . . .
puts her whole self in laugh.
Allied Youth, '45, '46,
. LOIS ARLENE ALLEN ,rofy
. . . attractive . . . pretty lzair . . . lovely smile ' Vg V
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A HUFUS ALTMAN .
. . . cliarcli worker . . . likes girls . . . willing-to
work . . . musical. X .
Yellow Iacket, '44, '45, Science Club, '44, '45,
Band, '44, '45g 'flee Club, '45.
. . . tall . . . blonde . . . polite . . . cheerful.
MARY RUTH ADAMS
. . . slzort . . . pretty blue eyes . . . likes Navy.
Distributors' Club, '45, '46,
BARBARA LOUISE AIKEN
. . . "devil may care" air . . . educationally
'unconcerned . . . gadabout.
C-lee Club, '44, '45, '46, President, '46g Varsity
Basketball, '45, '46g F. T. A. '44, '46, Twirler,
'45, Spanish Club, '45, Drum Majorette, '46.
HOYVELL NELSON ALEXANDER
. . . bugler . . . good personality . . .
punctual . . . studies hard.
Band, '45, School Buyzler, '44, ' , '46g Science
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VVILLIAM DALVIN AVANT
. . . friendly . . . hates to study . . . on the go.
BETTY JO BABB
. . . silent type . . . likes popcorn, ice cream . . .
wild about red. ,
RUDOLPH H. BAILEY
. . . GI . . . conscientious . . . minds his own.
CHARLES M. BALLENTINE
. . . good sport . . . likeable . . . drives a "T"
model . . . preps up football games.
Science Club, '44g Student Government, '45,
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. . . petite . . . loads of style . . . artistic.
Beta Club, '45, ,46g French Club, '45, '46,
H annasgals, '46.
. . . another foreigner from Starr . . . lanky . .
"B" Team Football, '44, Science Club, '44
Yellow Jacket, '46,
HAROLD BEARD -
. . . modest . . . twinkling eyes . . . radio
EMMA VIOLA BELL
. . . brainy, dependable . . . wears red well . .
fond of F ren6l1. -
Beta Club, '45, '46, French Club, ,45, '46.
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. . . sky scraper . . . brunette . . . dog eyes.
. . . drives u chevy . . . uncontrollable bangs . . .
Class Hockey, '44, F. T. A., '46.
. . . one man gal . . . wears her clothes well . . .
BOYCE A. BLUME
F. F. A., 44, 40.
BETTY 'NETA BOLT
talks a blue streak.
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DOROTHY JEAN BOLT
Spanish Club, ,45, '46.
MARJORIE ANN BOLT
4 .,. . grand dancer . . . Clemson fan . . . pin up
gal . . . flirtatious.
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JOE D. BEUSSE
. . . friendly . . . wiry . . . dependable . . .
RUBY FOSTINIA BICE
. . . olive complexion . . . giggles . . . hates
F. T. A., '46, Varsity Hockey, '46, Block "A"
. . . responsible . . . visits Florida frequently . . .
dry humor . . . amiable.
Glee' Club, '44, Tri-Hi-Y, '44, '45, ,465 F.- T. A.
,44, ,46g Beta Club, '45, '46.
. . . likes sports . . . carefree . . . good
Science Club, '44, Band, '44, '45, Yellow Jacket
,44, '45, '46, Varsity Football, '46, Block UA'
Club, ,465 Varsity Basketball,s'46.
VVILLIE VERNON BOLT
. . . try, try, and try again . . . dependable.
F. F. A., '44, '45, '46.
ETHEL ATHLENE BOND
. . . half pint . . . hockey enthusiast . . . blonde.
Class Hockey, '45, '46, Varsity Hockey, '46,
Block "A" Club, '46.
DOROTHY JEAN POORE BOVVEN
. . . quiet . . . pretty complexion . . . cute blonde
. . . friendly.
SARA ELIZABETH BOWLING
. . . takes li e easr . . . loves antiques .
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HOWARD DAYID BOYKIN
. . . quiet . . . good disposition . . . courteous
. . . . ambitious.
PRUE BRANYON, JB.
. . . does his best . . . braumy . . . likeable.
F. F. A., '44.
VELMA SYLVENE BRATCHER ,
. . . stately . . . friendly . . . neat . . . very
Allied Youth, '45, '-16.
CLARENCE F. BROWN
. . . humorous . . . studious . . . artist . . . Plato.
Yellow Jacket, '44, '45, '46, Editor, '46, Hi-Y,
'45, '46, Civic Club. '45. '46, Secretary, '46,
Beta Club, '44, '45, '46, Allied Youth, '45, '46,
Student Council, '45, '46, Science Club, '44, '45,
Vice-President, '45, '1'um1Ncs Staff, '46, Who's
Wlllo, '46. ,
, JOHN EARLE BRYANT
. . . hard worker . . . likeable . . . honest.
Hi-Y, '45, ,46g Beta Club, '44, '45, 716, Science
Club, '45, '46, Student Council, '44g Yellow
jacket, ,455 Allied Youth, '45,
CECIL DAVID BUCHANAN
. . plays haskethall . . . dislikes homework . . .
friendly . . . night owl.
. . . candy muncher . . . fun loving . . . chews
ELIZABETH AUGUSTA BURTON
. . . neat . pretty black hair . . . brown eyes
. . . quiet . . . sweet.
MARY JEANETTE BROVVN
. . . career girl .... s wee! . . . sincere.
Commercial Club, '45, 546.
MILTON C. BROVVN
. . . athletic . . . clepenllable . . . good sport.
CP Y ROBERT CECIL BROVVN
. . well groomed . . . good 'manners . . . likes
girls and they like him..
Science Club, '44g Allied Youth, '45.
CAROLYN JEANELLE BRYANT
. . most accurate . . . dependable . . . broad
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. . . rciicent . . . Boy Scout . . . vocational l
ERNEST DEVVITT CAMPBELL, IR.
. . . awkward. . . all smiles . . . farmer.
F. F. A., '44, l-45, '46,
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small . . . hard worker . . . sincere, drives
Band, '44g Glee Club, '45,
I. HARRIS CAMPBELL
. . . easy to get along with . . . drives ll
Student Council, '46.
. . . busirlesslike . . . likeable . . . laugliseasily
. . .sweet
Commercial Club, '45, '46, President, '46, Allied
Youth, '45, 346, Secretary, '46, Hannosgals, '46
17. T. A., '46, Beta Club. '46, O. C. A., ,45Q
Tmmcs Stall, '46.
. . . one of the Campbell boys.
F. F. A., '44, '46,
XVILLIAM LEVVIS CAMPBELL
. . . friendly . . . good spurt . . . smiles 11 lot.
EMMA CORINE CARITHERS
. . , friendly . . . wears costume iewelry . .
Distributors' Club, '45, '46, Allied Youth, '45,
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JAMES AUBREY CHEEK
drives an. "A" Model . . . quiet . . . friendly.
"B" Team Basketball, '45.
ROGERS ODELL CHILDS
friqpdly . . . loves to smile . . . good sport
if . . . popular.
BETTY LOIS CLEMENTS
clemure . . . studious . . . likes potato chips
. . . neat.
FRANCES OPHELIA CLEVELAND
blonde . . . grand personality . . . friendly
. . . witty.
F. T. A., '46g Band, '44, '46.
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friends . . . smiles.
BARBARA JEAN CAUTHEN
gum claewer . . . page-boy lm-irdo . . . never
Tri-Hi-Y, '44, '45, '46g Allied Youth, '45, '46,
President, '46g Spanish Club, '45, '46.
GLADYS CPATJ KELLY CHAPMAN
one of these tall gals . . . easy to get along
Spanish Club, '45, '46g Allied Youth, '45, '46g
F. T. A., '44, '46.
BOBBY JOE CHARPING '
. . . "La Dent" . . . quiet . . . industrious.
RACHEL ANN CLEVELAND
. . . little and lively . . . red ha-ir and freckles.
Commercial Club, '45g Allied Youth, '45, ,464
Distributors' Club, '45, '46.
TYRUS RAYMOND COBB
. . . lzas famous namesake . . . tall . . . quiet . . .
LOUIS M. COCHRAN
. . . flaming red hair . . . loves algebra . .
backbone of the nation.
F. F. A., '44, '45, '46,
MARVIN H. COLLINS
. . . neat . . . great clerical worker . . . loves
' to smile.
pop" corn, "av corn . . . straight off the cob.
lovely eyes . . . red -is her color . . . quiet
Commercial Club, '45, ,46. ta
EDD VERNON COVVARD
popular . . . carefree . . . friendly . . . likes
. good sport . . . easy going . . . likeable . . .
BERRY H. CHEAMEP.
. . . Future Farmers trust their money to him
prize winning 4-H'er.
'. '. A., 314, '45, 316, Treasurer, '46, 4-H
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JOHN VVILL CULBERTSON ,IL - '
. . . dispenses lactic acid between shifts. .'
Allied Youth, ,455 Student Council, '46.
WALTER PRESTON CULBERTSON
. . ,great church worker . . . plays winning
Allied Youth, '45, Varsity Basketball, '46.
JESSE LILLIAN DAVIS
. . . talks a lot . . . friendly . . . dark hair an
eyes . . . likeable.
. . . Dresden complexion . . . azure eyes . .
keeps her own council , . . a real friend.
Judging Team, '44.
DOUGLAS RONALD CROMER
. . . prize-winning farmer . . . diferent.
F. A., '44, ,45, '46, Secretary, '46,
MARSHALL E. CROMER
. . . friendly . . . laughs a lot . . . gets around . . .
Beta Club, ,44, '45, '46.
ELIZABETH JEAN CROSS
. . . tall . . . pretty brown elllis . . . dark hair.
MARY ELLA DEAN
. . . friendly . . . talks ll lot . . . hails from the
MALCOLM YOUNG DOVER
. . . 'Dare-Devil Drawer" drives ll new car every
day . . . great ladies man.
"B" Team Football, '45g Yellow jacket, '45g
Manager Varsity Basketball, '46,
DOROTHY JANE DUCVVORTH
. . . tall . . . staiely . . . blonde . . . speaks in a
F. T. ,A., 544, '46, Secretary, ,465 Commercial
Club. 45, 46g Allied Youth, '46g Beta Club. '-465
Ilarlnasgzlls, '46g Order of Gregg Artists, '45.
CATHERINE XILONA DUNCAN
. . gives the impression that shels always
having fun . . , drives a Ford.
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. . . pretty eyes . . . Iet's have fun while we're
. . . her hair is her crowning glory . . . laughs
and talks a lot.
M.: I Commercial Club, '45, '46, O
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pl, .ingly jlll: 2. . . talks lue streak . . .
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- . . up and af' . g radio ham . flflliil
tl? -il 001' sport: taiki . j
civic '45, '46g sci C. lb , '44g Yellow
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CLAUDE ROBERT EPPERSON, IR.
. . . works or Penngfs . . . red hair . . . loves to
Student Council, '45,
JAMES L. ERSKINE, JR.
. . . loads of pep . . . sandy haired live wire.
TOMMY ETHRIDGE '
. . . quiet . . . friendly . . . pleasant disposition.
RALPH C. EUSTACE
. . . preachefs son . . . Longfellow . . . "Hey,
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, HARRIS EVANS
. . hunting and fishing . . . hates school . . .
quiet , . . blushes.
IOHNNIE MAE EVANS
. . . little . . . Sinafm fan . . . has her fun.
WII..LIAM LIGON FANT
. . . iocular . . . likes North Anderson . . .
President of the Student Body, '46, Football
Manager, '44, '45, '46g Block "A" Club, '46g
Beta Club, '44, '45, '46, Hi-Y Club, '45, '46,
Science Club, '44, '45, '46g Allied Youth, '45,
'46, Civic Club, '46.
' NANCY FANT
. . . a high steppin' twirler . . . proxy . . . talks
all the time.
F. T. K., '44, '46, Glee Club, '44, '46, Color
Guard, '45g Twirler, '46.
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L MURIEL EUGENI FLETCHER,
. . . great fisherman. . . . "Funny" . . . always
Hi-Y Club, '44, '45, '46, Vice-President, '46,
Beta Club, '44, '45, '46, Treasurer, '45, Yellow
jacket, '44, Science Club, '44, '45, '46, Secre-
tary, '44, Civic Club, '45, '46, Treasurer, '46,
Allied Youth, '45, '46, TxD1NGs, Business Man-
. auger, Who's VVho.
. . . grins . . . blonde . . . tall . . . rides fl
ks with an accent . . . good figureg . .
Distributors' Club, '45, '46.
. . . Bogie . . . athletic . . . speed ball . . .
Varsity Basketball, '46,
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MARGARET ELLEN FOWLER
. . if silence is golden, sl1e's 24-K . . .
intelligent . . . sweet.
French Club, '45, '46.
THELMA FAY FOWLER
. . . sweet . . . easy going . . . smart.
Beta Club, '45, '46, Commercial Club, '45, '46,
LILA BROXVNLEE FRETWVELL
. . . "tl1ere's a song in the air" . . . ri pocket
Beta Club, '46, French Club, '45, '46, F. T. A.,
ELIZABETH LEE FULLER
. . . dreamy gray eyes . . . cuts up in class . .
Club, '45, '46, Distributors' Club, '45, '46.
. . . excessive auoirclapois . . . aflable . . .
Class President, '44, Glee Club, '45, Cheer-
leader, '44, '45, '46.
MARY FRANCES CARRISON
. . . athletic . . . a regular scholar . . .
Class Hockey, '44, '45, '46, Varsity, '45, '46-
Beta Club, '45, '46, Spanish Club, '45, '46,
Allied Youth, '45, '46, Treasurer, '46, Block "A"
Club, '45, '46, F. T. A., '46,
. . . immaculate . . . good student . . . canteen
. . . small . . . cute . . . pretty clothes . .
. . . studious . . . honest . . . clepenclable . . .
good sport . . . an all round good fellow.
Beta Club, '44, '45, '46, Science Club, '44, '45,
Allied Youth, '45, '46, Secretary, '45, Hi-Y
Club, '44, '45, '46, President, '46, Band, '43, '44.
BARBARA AILEEN GAINES
. . a little girl . . . freckles . . . a pleasing
ROBERT MILLER GALLANT
. . . philosophical . . . well dressed . . . reads,
especially Esquire . . . radical.
Hi-Y Club, '44, '45, '46, Secretary, '45, Beta
Club, '44, '45, '46, Yellow Jacket, '44, '45, '46,
Allied Youth, '44, '45, Vice-President, '44,
Science Club, '44, '45, '46, Civic Club, '45,
TIDINCS Editor, '46.
BENELYNE SCOTT GARNER
. . . G. I-I. S. seldom sees her . . . talks a blue
streak . . . viuacious.
BOBBIE JEAN GRANTLAND
. . . blonde . . . believes in u ,aoorl time . .
F. T. A., '44, '46, Glee Club, '44, '45, '46
Commercial Club, '46, Hannasgals, '46, Allied
Youth, '45, '46g'Cluss Hockey, '44, '45, O. G. A
MARIAN VERA GRINNELL
. . . pretty black hair . . . sweet smile . . .
MARION HU NDLEY GUEST
. . . poised . . . good looking clothes . . .
F. T. A., '44, Tri-Hi-Y, '44, '45, '46g French
Club, '45, '46, Treasurer, '45, Beta Club, '45
'46, Ilnnnusgalsg Color Guard, TIDINGS, Editor
. . . sweet, tiny . . . likes to dance.
Class Hockey, '45. .-
DORIS LEE GUNTER
. . . neoer stops talking . . . husky voice . . .
. . . loud . . . good swimmer . . . curly hair . .
Civic Club, '45, '46g Yellow jacket, '44, '45, '46
Allied Youth, '45, '46, Block "A" Club, '46
Varsity Football, '45, '46g Science Club, '44
'45, '46, "B" Team Football, '44, Glee Club
,45g Hi-Y, '45, '46.
ALLEN DEAN HALL
. . quiet . . . a fellow well worth knowing
F. F. A., '44.
. . . reads a lot . . . blonde hair . . . collects
articles on high school activities.
. . . has a determine!! look . . . conscientious
, . . gentlemanly.
"Seodges" . . . kinky hair . . . cute.
Hi-Y, '45, '46, Yellow jacket, '44, '45, '46, Civic
Club, '45, '46g Science Club, '44, '45, '46,
Allied Youth, '45g Declamation Contest, '44.
VVALTER LINORD HARRIS
. "Lindy" . . . attentive in class when in
class . . . popular.
F. F. A., '44, '45, '46.
MURIEL CARMEN HANCOCK
. . . witty . . . liked by everyone . . . happy-
go-lueky . . . good sport.
Commercial Club, '45, Distributors' Club, '46,
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. . . quiet . . . wears glasses . . . soft ooifey
. . . Slmrtie . . . freckles . . . well liked . .
9 JAMES C. HARBIN, JR.
. . . cleuendable . . . quiet . . . neat . . . one
fourth of quartet.
Glee Club, '45, Allied Youth Club, '45.
. . . sweet personality . . . likes school . .
F. T. A., '44, Allied Youth, '45.
. . . never lzurries . . . unassuming . . . sweet
and friendly . . . good student.
Beta Club, '45, '46, Spanish Club, '45, '46,
Allied Youth, '45, '46, F. T. A., '46.
HUGH ALLEN HAYNIE
. . . quiet . . . sincere . . . hunter . . . devil's
Hi-Y Club, '45, '46, Varsity F ootball, '44, Civic
Club, '45, '46, Student Government, '44, Science
Club, '44, Clee Club, '45, Allied Youth, '45,
'46, Yellow Jacket.
NORMA IRENE HEATON
. . . pretty refl hair . . . short . . . dependable.
Commercial Club, '45, '46.
. . . Carolina Theater parasite . . . friendly . .
BETTY SUE KEONVN HART
. . . low voice . . . sweet personality won her
M rs. . . . wonderful complexion.
Distributors' Club, '45, '46,
CHARLES DAVID HART
. . . rides bus . . . drug store cowboy . . .
me willing Hart.
. . . artistic ability . . . stuclious . . . talks all
Beta Club, '46, F. T. A., '46, Lancaster High
. . . lzefty . . . "Eggy" . . . twelve year man.
Varsity Football, '43, '44, '45, Block "A" Club,
'44, '45, Civic Club, '45, '46.
HARRIETTE LOUISE HEMBREE
. . . smiles a lot . . . sl-im. . . . smart.
Allied Youth, '45,
. friendly . . . brunette . . . good looking
. . . Nelson, Harry, and Charles.
LAURA MAE HERBERT
. musical . . . pretty blonde lzair . . . good
Beta Club, '45, '46g French Club, '45, '4G.
BOBBIE JEAN HERRING
. brown eyes . . . likes history . . . partial
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. . . short . . . Boy Scout . . . red hair . . . goocl
. . . "Reef, . . . works at filling station . . .
SARA LEE HICKS 1
. . . sweet . . . pleasing personality . . .
dependable . . . interesting conoersationulist.
ELLEN DORIS HILLEY
. . . wonderful personality . . . conscientious
. . . likeable.
Basketball Varsity, '46g Block "A" Club, '46.
JOHN HOKE HOXVELL
llolcu ,Bugs Bunny scooter
Alhtcl Youth Club 45 B Tcuu Btslxetbill
46 Iellou, Jacket 46.
JAMES DAVIS HYDER
. . . little Rad . . . smooth dancer . . .one
Varsity Football, 44, 45, 46, Captain, 46,
Varsity Basketball, '45, '46, Block "A" Club,
'44, '45, '46, Science Club, '44, '45, Hi-Y Club,
'44, '45, '46, Yellow Jacket, '44, '45, '46, Presi-
dent ol Class, '45, Vice-President of Class, '46,
JOYCE PATRICIA IVESTER ss Y
. . . likeable . . . athletic . . . cute.
Class Hockey, '44, '46, Allied Youth Club, '45,
'46, Block "A" Club, '46,
. MARSHALL JAMES
. . . "Pee W'ce" . . . smokes a pipe . . . fond
of the opposite sex.
Beta Club, '44, '45, '46, Vice-President, '46,
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CIVIC Club, 44, '45, '46, Science Club, '44, '45,' :X
Allied Youth Club, '45, '46.
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. . . a cynic . . . has literary ambitions . . .
Class Hockev, '44, '45, '46, Beta Club, '45, '46'
F. T. A., '46, Commercial Club, '45, '-162
Hannasgals, '46, TIDINGS, '46, French Club, '45,
'46, O. G. A., '45, Block Club, '46.
XVILLIE VANCE I-IOLLIDAY, JR.
. . . lives in the country . . . soot black liair . . .
fall . . . sense of humor.
JOYCE VVILKINSON HOPKINS
. . brunette . . . good history siuclerzt . .
Allied Youth Club, '45, '46,
. . Hop . . . near specs . . . lazy . . . loves a
good time I who rloesn'tPD.
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BETTY SUE JARRETT
. . . naturally wavy hair . . . laughs easily . .
lilies the Navy . . . winsome.
Beta Club, i-15, '46g Commercial Club, ,45, 216,
1Ia:n:as,aals, '46, F. T. A., '46, Treasurer, 46. a
- IRIS KATHRYN JARRETT
. . goofl disposition . , . sweet . . . pretty hair
. . . easy to get along with.
Allied Youth, ,45.
CARRIE ALICE JENKINS
. . . pretty redhead . . . good algebra student
. . . pretty teeth .... cute clothes.
F. T. A.. '44, '46, Spanish Club, '45, '46, Beta
Club. '45, '46, Color Guard, '46g TIDINGSQ Var-
sity Basketball, '46,
. . quiet . . . neat . . . at home on a lvaslcetlmll
Allied Youth, ,455 Varsity Squad, '46.
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. . . little . . . likeable . . . quiet.
. . . gold briclcer . . . husky . . . played in
Varsity Football, '44, '45, ,46g Block "A" Club,
'44, '45, l-'16, Student Government, '46, Shrine
All Star, '45, Varsity Bslcetball, '45.
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. . personality plus . . . tall and stately . .
Hannasgalsg Varsity Squad, '46.
MARY ALYCE JONES'
. . . Iall . . . friendly . . . beautiful . . . brown
Class Hockey, '45: Commercial Club, '45, '46,
I Secretary, '46, Han-nasgals, '46. '
BETTY MARCELLE KELLER
easy going .... 9 weet . . . has true Soutlzern
ARNOLD CORNELIUS KELLEY
. quiet . . . lazy . . . non-stuclious . . . -nice
DOROTHY JEAN KELLEY
picture show fun . . . partial to Air Corps
. . . pretty blue eyes. .
MARGARET IEANETTE KERNELS
likes basketball . . . full of fun . . . talks
a blue streak.
FRED F. KAY
. . another Kay . . . "genius" . . . good
fl ri ver.
F. F. A. '44, '45.
. . . "preaclzer" . . . friend to all . . . stuflious
. . . cleaeon.
Beta Club, '44, '45. '46, Science Club, '44, 45,
Allied Youth, '45, '46, President, 45, Hi-Y, '44,
'45, '46, President, '45, Yellow Jacket, '44, '45,
'46, Student Council, '44, '45, Secretary, '45,
junior Civic Club, '45, '46, Treasurer, '45,
President, '46, Vice-President of junior Class,
President of Senior Class, Clee Club, '45, Ora-
toricnl Contest, '44, '45, '46, B.H.S. Quartette,
. . . -wonderful personality . . . cut-up . . .
wears cute clotlies.
Class Hockey, '44, '45, Beta Club, '45, '46,
Tri-Hi-Y, '44. '45, '46, Cheerleader, '44, '45
'46, Treasurer of Junior Class, Treasurer of
Senior Class, French Club, '45, '46, Secretary
'46, TIDINCS, Business Manager, Block UA'
Club, '46, VVh0's WVl1o, D. A. R. Good Citizen-
ship Award, '46.
DORIS ANN KEESE
. . . likeable .... 9 erious . . . sincere . . . blonde.
MARIAN LOUISE KEYS
. . . lzarcl worker . . . petite . . . dependable . . .
BETTY JEAN KINARD
. . quiet . . . blonde . . . dislikes studying
BETTY IO KING
. . . friendly . . . prima donna . . . beautiful
Varsity Basketball, '46,
. . . goes to lfVinflz,rop . . . nonelralaui . . .
back row out-up.
Varsity Football, '45,Q'46, Alternate Captain,
'46g Vice-President ot Student Council, '46g
Beta Club, 315, Block "An Club, '45, '46.
RICHARD CARY KING
. , . "Dick" . . . "cmmonlJall" . . . sandy hair.
Science Club, '44, '45g Treasurer Senior Classg
Spanish Club, ,46.
. . "Treat 'em rouglf' . . . little but loud . . .
LEONARD EUGENE LANGSTON
. , . industrious . . . cooperative . . . giant . . .
Band, ,44, '45, '46g Clee Club, '45, Varsity
. . . grocer ...' 1 lea! . . . usher.
THOMAS VVILLIAM LLOYD
. . staffers . . . red hair . . . agreeable . .
Billy . . . helpful.
. . . playboy . . . Joe . . . "johnny with the
long, black hair.
'BH Team Football, '45g Varsity Manager, '46g
Glee Club, '44g Block "A" Club, ,46.
THOMAS EUGENE MADDEN
. . avoids work . . . retired laanclryman . .
. . friendly . . . dislikes history . . . attractive
. . . good figure.
Distributors, Club, 346.
AJ 1 PF j
. likes Science . . . pink -is her color . .
amiable . . . swell dancer.
. . . lalkalioe . . . "who llllllillfly,
"B" Team Basketball, '45,
RAY D. LEVVIS
good-natured . . . brick . . . freckles . . .
"big ea-rs"' . . . innocent Iaok . . . easy to
get along with.
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. . quiet . . . blonde . . . plays piano . .
smiles a lot.
Allied Youth, '46,
IESSIE MAE MARTIN
. . . pretty black hair . . . sweet personality . . .
dancing brown eyes . . . fall of fun.
. . . pretty green eyes . . . avoids the printed
word . . . sweet disposition. -
MARY ANN MARTIN
. . . ideal student . . . amiable . . . slow
moving . . . sincere.
Beta Club, '45, '46, Vice-President, 5463 F. TL A.,
'46, Vice-President, '46g French Club, 315, '46,
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VVILLIAM A. NIARTIN
. . trim . . . visits school occasionally . . .
JAMES E. MAULDIN
. . . hroazl shoulders . . . athletic . . . Sinatra
Block "A" Club, '45, '46g Varsity Football, '45,
. . . great gay . . . likeable . . . "Don,"
MARGARET CYDRISCOLL MCCALL
. . athletic type . . . friendly . . . partial to
the Air Corps . . . quiet.
. . . 'math genius . . . "Rosy" . . . messy locker
. . . ambling gait.
Beta Club, '44, '45, '46, Science Club, '44,
Allied Youth, '45, '46.
' BETTY LOU VVATT MCCURLY
. . . has just changed her name . . . sweet
smile . . . minds her own business . . . extremely
ANNIE SUE MCELROY
. . . wears pretty clothes . . . quiet . . . pretty-
blue eyes . . . blonde. A
ELSIE SUE MCGAHA
. . . extremely blonde . . . wears glasses . .
KENNETH HARRISON MCCLAIN
. . . reserved . . . parts hair in the middle . . .
. . . recreation before business.
"B" Team Football, '44, Varsity Basketball, '46.
JOE B. MCCLELLAN
. . . -woif . . . eats at WVoo'l'wortlz's . . . big feet.
THOMAS GADSDEN MCCLURE, JR.
. . . cowliek . . . rifles a motor bike . . . witty.
Hi-Y Club, '45, '46, Civic Club, '45, '46,
Yellow jacket. '44, '45, '46g Band, '45, '46g
Science Club, '44, '45, Allied Youth, '45.
. . fifllhi' tlze bus . . . farm leader . . . apple-
clweks . . . cotton top.
F. F. A., '45, '46.
MARTHA JEAN MCGUIRE
soda ierker ...' 1 Ditty . . . likes sports . . .
Distributors' Club, '46.
red-liead . . . good personality . . . partial
to Navy . . . looks good in green. .
Distributors, Club, '45, '46.
DOY L. MCKINLEY '
no book worm . . . on the quiet side . . .
. . . loads of friends.
F. F. A., '44, '45, '46. V
HARRY McLEES A
wizard with 'mocliines . . . drives wrecker
. . . book report fiend.
ANNIE MCMINN '
. . . -witty . . . congenial . . . smart . . . beautiful
ELIZABETH MEEKS -
. . . full of frm . . . sweet . . . good basketball
Class Hockey, '45g Varsity Hockey, '46g Block
"An Club, '46.
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CARL MIERHOLTZ, JR.
. . .sinister but harmless . . . brogue . .
Yankee lbut he ca-n't help itj.
BETTY RUTH MfLLS '
' . . . lovely eyes . . . quiet . . . laughs a lot.
1 Beta Club, ,45, '46: Commercial Club, '45, '46,
Allied Youth, '45, '46.
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SAMUEL Xl. MOORHEAD, JR.
. . . "Muse" . . . crumble . . . raises eyebrows.
Yellow Jacket, '44, '45, '46, Science Club, '44,
'45, '46, Secretary, '46, Beta Club, '44, '45, '46,
President, '46, Band, '45, Clee Club, '45, Assist-
ant Football Manager, '46, Hi-Y, '46, Civic
. . . wonderful persoiuzlity . . . witty . . . II born
Beta Club, '45, '46, Allied Youth Club, '45, '46,
Spanish Club, '45, '46g Oratorical Contest, '45,
Hannusgais, '46: F. T. A., '46, President of
Class, '1l6g Varsity Hockey, '46, Block "A" Club,
JOSEPH KENNETH MORGAN I '
. . . "SS Keys" . . . forgets to sign papers.,
one Club, '45, QQ 11" Q, GJ
PATRICK M URDOCK
. . . Imoklcrwper . . . straw hat . . . Irish.
SCOTTIE C. MILLER
. . . clown . . . newcomer . . . f7llg.fDllICl01J.S'
Varsity Basketball, '48, Seneca High School.
. . . classy chassis . . . good athlete . . . mlklliiuc'
. . . purple lipstick.
Class Hockey. '44, '45, '46g Varsitv Basketball,
'45, '46, F. T. A., '46, Block "A" Club, '46
THEHON GARNETT MOORE
. . . lio! shut . . . other half of Moore and Moore.
Band, Science Club, '45.
MARGARET ELLEN MOORHEAD
. . sings c1'to . . . reserve!! . . . friendly . .
AHCC-Pl'L'SlClL'DlI, Distributors' Club, '46.
. . . frienflly . . . flislilces mail: . . . likes sports.
Allied Youth, '45, '46.
SARA L. NIX
. . . intelligent . . . arlistically inelinecl . .
zlepenrlalrle . . . little. '
Commercial Club, '45, '46, Vice-President, '46,
Beta Club, '45, '46, Secretary, 46, Hannasgals,
FRANCES MYRA NIXON
. . . suicide blonde lrluerl by lzer own hands:
. . . gets around.
President of Class, '44, '45, Class Hockey, '44,
'45, '46, F. T. A., '46, Twirler, '46, O. C. A.,
'45, Clee Club, '46, VVb0's VVl1o, '46, Varsity
Hockey, '46, Block "A" Club, '46, Varsity
CARLTON H. NORTON
. soon be a GI loc . . . characteristic . . .
Gall bless you, Carlton.
JOHN VV. OAKLEY
. . . "Red" . . . tougher than Oak-ly . . . flashy
Vice-President of Class, '44, "B" Team Foot-
ball, '44, Student Council, '44, '46, Varsity
Football, '46, -
BARBARA JANE ORR
. . blonde . . . slender . . . to lzer, variety is
the spice of life.
. . quiet . . . friendly . . . sincere . . . loves
. . . pretty eyes . . . grins a lot . . . pleasing
personality . . . soda ierker.
HAZEL VIRGINIA PHILLIPS
winsome . . . neat . . . stately . . . blonde
JIMMY PICKE NS
dependable . . . always ready for a good
time . . . genuine.
looks good in ,green . . . grey eyes
quiet . . . neat.
Distributors' Club, '45, '46.
HAZEL LEE ROBERTS PILGRIM
married . . . energetic . . . partial t
Navy . . . lives in the country.
' Distributors' Club, '45, '46.
. . . various voices . . . "Tiger" Pinson . . .
Science Club, '44, '45, '46, Allied Youth, '45,'
'46, Varsity Basketball, '46, A
BENNIE EARL PRICE
. . yearning for learnin,f1 . . . vulture for cul-
ture . . . likes movies.
F. F. A., '44, '45.
. . . cute figure , . . sweet ,personality . . . P. C.
fan. . . . beautiful brown hair.
Class Hockey, '44, '46, Tri-Hi-Y, '44, '45, '46,
Spanish Club, '45, Vice-President of Class, '45,
'46, Twirler, '46, Glee Club, '45, VVho's VVh0,
. .h . from Wilmington . . . lays out . . . likes tlzc
women . . . gas man.
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EMILY NVILM OT PRUITT
. . . football queen . . . sophisticated blonde . . .
scads of clothes.
Glee Club, '44, '45, Tri-Hi-Y, '44, '45, '46,
Beta Club, '45, '46, Spanish Club, '45, '46,
T reasurer, '45, Secretary, '46, Color Guard, '46,
' .VVho's VVh0, '46.
MARIAN 'BEATRICE QUALLS
. . . likes basketball . . . cute ngzure . . . friendly
. . . pretty smile.
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MARY JUNE REEVES
. . pleasant . . . sweet . . . friencllgf. .
Allied Youth, '45, '46,
. . . darkskin and eyes . . . "Grits" . ath-
letically inclined . . . "Ipana" smile . . . '
a hundred friends.
Beta Club, '44, '45, '46, Science Club, '44, '45,
'46, "B" Team Basketball, '45','Varsity Basket-
ball, '46, Tm1Ncs Staff, '46, Allied Youth, '45
'46, Treasurer of Class, '45, Secretary of Class,
'46, Band, '44, '45, Vice-President, '45, Student
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SARA JOAN ROBERTS
. . . quiet . . . sweet disposition . . . pretty dark
lzair . . . good looking.
. . . pleasing smile and disposition
blue Ford . . . very likeable
Science Club, '45, '46, Allied Youth,
MARTHA SUE ROLISON
. . . neat . . . dainty . . . amiable . . . does-n't
like to study.
. . . likes to dance . . . pretty hair . . . nice voice
. . . tafkative.
EVIE JANE RICHEY
. . . talkative . . . gets around . . . wears blue a
lot . . . friendly.
Allied Youth, '46, F. T. A., '46.
CENNIE MAE RICKER
. . . tall and unillowy . . . quiet . . . sweet . . .
pretty dark lzafr . . . good looking.
EDVVARD LEE RIDCEVVAY
. . . tall . . . curly on tlze peak . . . specs on
ALONZO B. RIVERS, IR.
. . . "Ab" . . . alias, the man- witli tlzat Atlas
physique . . . lzorse laugh expert . . .
athletic and stuclious.
Beta Club, '44, '45, '43, Science Club, '44, '45,
'46, President, '46, Hi-Y Club, '44, '45, '46,
Civic Club, '45, '46, Allied Youth, '45, '46,
Yellow ,laeket Staff, '45, '46, Varsity Football,
'45, '46, Block "A" Club, '45, '46.
. . . weeding, witing, and awithmet-ic . . .
Class Basketball, '44.
. . . hard worker . . . reticent . . . likes "Fess"
J. WVALTER SANDERS, JR.
stuflious . . . current events clwmp . . .
Band, '44, '45, '46, Treasurer, '46, Beta Club,
'44, '45, '46, Science Club, '44, '45, '46, Treas-
urer, '46, Yellow jacket, '44, Allied Youth, '45,
GRACE LORRAINE SEARS
. . . long blonde tresses . . . talks a blue streak
. . . likes boys.
Distributors' Club, '4G.
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KATIE HENRI SHAVV
. . . .grand sense of humor . . . hates to give
history reports . . . good natured. V
Distributors' Club, '46,
MELBA IRENE SHEARER
. . . good basketball player . . . pretty hair . . .
friendly . . . kind. . y
Cla s Hockey, '45, Varsity Hockey, 752 Block
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Q . . moore fend . . . sophzstzeated . . . petite
. . . likes chewing gum.
Commercial Club, '45, '46, Hannasgalsg F. T.
A., '46g Allied Youth, '45, '46, O. G. A., '45,
HAROLD FORD SHERIDAN
. . watch the Fords go by . . . a go-,-zetter . . .
. . . jeff, but looks like Mutt . . . noisy . . . rough
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ALICE EUCENIA SMITH
. . . slzy . . . sweet . . . friendly . . . unassuming
. . . real friend.
Allied Youth, '45, '46. -
BETTY JEAN SMITH
. . . full 0' fan . . . sweet gal . . . likes basket-
ball . . . misclxieuous.
Class Hockey, '44, '46, Varsitv Hockev, '46,
Block "A" Club, Hannasgals, '46, F. T. A., '46-
O. G. A., '45.
. . . "two seats near the front, please" . .
Professofs son . . . tlzrows chalk.
Science Club, '44, '45, Beta Club, '44, '45, '46'
Varsity F ootball, '44, Student Council, '44.
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DOROTHY QDOTJQDEAN SMITH
. . . dependable . . . lovely eyes . . . likeable
. . . versatile.
F. T. A., '44, '46, Beta Club, '45, '46, 'Spanish
Club, '45, '46, Vice-President, '45, Hannasgals,
Editor, '46, Color Guard, '-46.
ELEANOR LAURA SMITH
. . . blusher . . .-quiet . . . pretty blue eyes . . .
F. T. A., '44, '46, Spanish Club, '45, '46,
GUS M. SMITH
. . . amiable and popular . . . the "Falcon" . . .
wise cracker a la carte.
Yellow lacket, '45, Allied Youth, '45, Student
Council, '45, Clee Club, '45.
JAMES E. SMITH, JR.
. . . wide awake . . . likes R-C Cola . . .
F. F. A., '44, '45, '46, 4-H Club Judging
L.....H ..., E.-.
. . "eagle eye" . . . "Alle" Lincoln legs . .
MARY JANE PRUITT SNIDER
. . . swell hairdresser . . . tiny . . . good student
. . . she's not too used to her new name.
BILLIE EUGENE SNIPES
. . South Side Drug Store . . . freckles . .
GEORGIA FAYE SOSEBEE
. . . strawberry blonde . . . good beautician . .
always sees the amusing side of things . .
MARGARET NAN SPEARES
. . . decided brunette . . . beautiful complexion
ro set of her lovely eyes . . . happy go lucky.
Distributors' Club, '45, '46, President, '46.
FRANK B. STEELE, IR.
. . . one woman. man . . . "Pooster" . . . hog
caller at flagpole . . . wavy hair.
I-Ii-Y Club, '44, '45, '46, Varsity Football, '44,
'45, '46, Block "A" Club, '45, '46, Science
Club, '44, Glee Club, '45.
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. . . likes commercial work . . . dependable . . .
quiet . . . grand student. .
Commercial Club, '45, '46, Treasurer, '46,
Allied Youth, '45, '46.
BASIL STEVENSON, IR.
. . . dynamite in a small package . . .' whiz on
the hardwood . . . "crew cat."
Science Club, '44, Allied Youth, '45, '46, "B"
Team Football, '44, "B" Team Basketball, '45,
Varsity Basketball, '46.
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. . . tux . . . conscientious . . . modest.
Yellow Jacket, '44, '45, '46, Business Manager,
'45, Science Club, '44, '45, '46, Beta Club, '44,
'45, '46, Hi-Y Club, '44, '45, '46, Varsity
Basketball, '44, '45, '46, T1niNcs Staff, '46,
Allied Youth, '45, '46, Treasurer, '45, President,
'46, Civic Club, '45, '46, VVho's Who, '46.
JOHN P. SULLIVAN, IR.
. . . smooth dancer . . . prefers blondes . . .
B. H. S. quartette crooner.
Beta Club, '44, '45, '46, Science Club, '44, '45,
'46, Allied Youth, '45, '46, Civic Club, '45, '46,
Glee Club, '45, "B" Team Football, '44, '45,
Varsity Football, '46, Boys' High Quartette, '46,
Block "A" Club, '46, Yellow Jacket, '46.
SARAH EUNICE SULLIVAN
. . . writes beautiful poetry . . . depth. of char-
acter . . . loyal to tlie 'ntlz degree . . . flawless
Beta Club, '45, '46, French Club, '45, '46,
F. T. A., '44, '46, President, '46, Glee Club, '46.
IOE PINKNEY TA.TE
. . "Ioe's a good ol' boy" . . . canteen customer
. . . good sport.
ROGER WILLIAM STEVE NSON
"come with me to the Casba" . . . lzeart-
brealcer . . . holds hands at football games.
Beta Club, '44, '45, '46.
IANE ELIZA STRICKLAND
. . . oioacious . . . not too crazy about studying
. . . ,gay and giddy . . . always 1'eady
for a good time.
Commercial Club, '45, '46, Allied Youth, '45,
'46, F. T. A., '45, Hannasgals, Business Man-
ager, '46, O. C. A., '45,
RUTH ELIZABETH STRICKLAND
. . . beautiful eyes . . . fickle . . . pretty . . .
allergicto books . . . friendly.
WILLIAM ROY STRICKLAND
. . . bluslzes . . . mean Southern drawl.
, BETTY IO TAYLOR
. demure . . . beautiful eyes and complexion
reliable . . . tidy.
Allied Youth, '45, '46, F. T. A., '46.
BILLY IOE TAYLOR
. light brown hair . . . drives a Plymouth . . .
MARY ETTA TAYLOR
. her hair is her in-owning glory . . . cute
clothes and lots of them . . . neat . . . hails
Allied Youth, '45, '46, Clee Clylb, '46.
FRANCES ELIZABETH TEASLEY
. rninzls her own business . . . a good listener
. . , pessimistic.
Q21-L F 'W M ,,
TEXIE FRANCES THACKSTON
. . a superior athlete . . . partial to basketball
. . . engaging personality . . . sparkling
Vice-President of Class, '44, Varsity Basketball,
'45, '46, Ping Pong Chairman, '45, '46, Class
Hockey, '45, Block "A" Club, '45, '46,
MARTHA ANN THARRINGTON
. . . typical teenager . . . very intelligent but
tries to hirle it . . . cute fgure . . . a leader.
F. T. fl., '44, Spanish Club, '45, '46, Beta Club,
'45, '46, President, '46, Glee Club, '44, '45, '46,
Vice-President, '46, Twirler, '46,
. . . talks a blue streak . . . partial to history
. . . a true friencl.
ROBERT LEON THONIPSON, JR.
. . . short but powerful . . . likes to hunt . . .
good sport . . . "Dot" . . . "CurIy."
Varsity Football, '45, '46, Block "A" Club, '45,
'46, Science Club, '44, Glee Club, '45,
def" MW 'f'..0,
AM IE LEITH TRASK
. . . never 11. cure in the world . a leader . . .
Varsity Basketball, '45, '46, Tri-Hi-Y, '44, '45,
'46, Treasurer, '45, Beta Club, '45, '46, Spanish
Club, '45, President, '46, Color Guard, '46.
JOHN E. TROTTER
. . . blonde wavy lmir . . . fine fellow . . . good
LAXVRENCE TURNER Q
. . . twin . . . ll' good farmer . . . quiet . . .
l studies. 'QL
F. F. A., '-45. '46, President, '45, '46g Secretary' 1
- of Class, '45. Q lx"
' LEWIS TURNER Q., tb
. . . F. F. A. worker . . . has ll good time . . . S N
good student. '
F. F. A., '44, '45, '46, Vice-President, '45, '46.
. . parking lot . . . lazy . . . sleepy . . . good
VVILLIAM JAMES TINSLEY
. . "Bill" . . . clark complexion . . . last sen!
BETTIE S UE TODD
. . . quiet and unassuming . . . intelligent . . .
loves u goocl time . . . beautiful complexion and
ANNIE DORIS TOLLISON
. . ufillowly . . . sweet . . . ll lot of fun . .
MAXINE GLADYS VANADORE
clratferlzox . . . tifian lmir . . . true
Navy . . . 1!1lIH'6lllCfflblC.
Allied Youth, '45, ,46.
CORA JANE VOGLER
friendly . . . ganfl naturecl . . . carefnee
F F. A., '44, ,465 Beta Club, '45, '46g Couuumr
cull Club, '45, '46g Spanish Club, '45, 46
SARAH MAE VVALDREP
red head . . . plump . . . always a land
-word . . . lzas her serious -moments.
JAMES RICHARD VVALKER
crew cuz' and freckles . . . iouial . . lucluf
, MILDRED KATHERN VVHITFIELD
l . . curly blonde hair . . . completely natural
. . . easy to get along with . . . capable.
FRANCES LUCIENE XVILLIAMS
. . . .s-mall . . . grand student . . . nice figure . . .
the personifrcation of nature.
. . . small . . . really a hard worker.
Beta Club, '44, '45, '46, Treasurer, '46, Hi-Y,
'44, '45, '46, Science Club, '45, '46, Civic Club,
'44, '45, '46, Allied Youth, '44, '45, '46, Treas-
I urer of Student Government, '44.
. . ideal ha-ir . . . sporty . . . good looking
Varsity Basketball, v'46.
' VIOLET WEAVER -
. . . long blonde hair . . . very quiet . . . witty
Q . . .frienflly.
DORIS E. VVEBB
. . . sweet disposition . . . never a, clull moment
. . . country girl . . . hookkeeping is her "Jonah,"
. . . loves hunting . . . laughs a lot . . . likes
Science Club, '44, '45, Class Basketball, '44,
'45, '46, Class Softball, '45, '46.
FURMAN RAY VVHITE
. . . athletic . . . good sport . . . good looking.
Varsity Basketball, '44, '45, '46, Varsity Foot-
bull, '46, Block "A" Club, '45, '46'.
MARGARET ANN VVILSON
pretly eyes . . . tall . . . country gal . .
long brown hair . . . always -in the miclcllc
. . . pcppy . . . tall . . . books bore her.
MAX H. VVORLEY
111:11 . . . noise zl0esn't bother him . . . still
in a fog.
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L Top row, left to rigllt: McKinley, F ortner, Carter, Fisher, Hawkins,
Il Higginhotham .... Middle row: Harris, Hill, Calloway, Campbell.
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IENNIE SULLIVAN . .
ANN BALLENTINE .
KIACKIE DAVIS . .
FLOIIA VVILLIAINIS . .
MISS LEILA SULLIVAN .
Bottom ron, Lyom, T15 lor Owun, Lollw, XVlutten, Xelrgm.
. . . . . . . President
. . Secretary
OFFICERS - BOYS, HIGH
NEAL IVESTER ..........
ROBERT COKER . .
MORRIS EBIBLER . .
GERALD SHORE . .
MR. DAVID LINGLE .
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Shore and Coker
Bottom 1'U'll2, left to right: VVilliforcl, Pruitt
Lyon, Speares, Lee, Leclbetter, Lowery,
Owen, Stephens, Johnston .... Second row
Garrison, WVillian1s, Strickland, Caudell,
Campbell, Drennon, Gilmer, Vaughn, Trib
ble, Duncan. Armstrong .... Third row
Green, Davis. Holliday. Harris, Mattison,
kvrifzht, Carson .... T071 row: Murphy
Chastain. Hardin, Dorr, Ellenburg, Black-
ston, Ricwhaulson, Manly.
Standing, left to right: WVebh, Kellett, Chal-
mers, Rowell, Harris, Shirley, Hand, Snider
. . . Seated, left to -right, Hrst row: McGee
McLeskey, Sasser, Clinkscales, Sullivan, Bal-
lentine .... Second -row: Stainton, Sullivan
Ballantine .... Second row: Stainton, Sulli-
van, Ballentine, Yeargin, Beaty, Cromer. . .
Third row: Taylor, Jones, Whitfield, Spencer
Top row, left to right: Lloyd, McKee, San-
ders, Vanaclore, McClees, Erskine, Ricler. . .
Middle row: Erskine, Pickens, Criileth
Charping, Coker, Bellew, Boggs, Cochran
Carrison .... Bottom row: Clinkscales, Ives-
ter, Lyons, Atkins, Hardy, Burden, Harbin
First row, lcfi' to right: Kent, Martin, Grin-
nell, Mull, Fenclley, Parnell, Stone ....
Second row: Pinson, Chambers, Smith, Har-
per, Buchanan, Davis, Forrester .... Third
row: Garrett, Brown, Dockins, Iennings,
Brown, Allen Crowe, Looney.
Ton row, left to righf: Phillips, Owens, Ar-
nold. Powell, Davenport, Garrison, Taylor.
. . . Middle row: Carter, Pickens, Powell,
Parnell, Friend, Barrett, King .... Bottom
row: Acker, Dunlap, Boyles, Sutherland,
Top row, left to right: Smith, Adams, Bry-
son. Powell, Pressley, Chamblee, Tate. . .
Middle row: Hancock, Daniel, Black, Barnes
Stephenson, Stasney, Ebernickle. . . . Bot-
tom row: I-Iembrey, Pike, Dickerson, Loftis
First row, seated, left to right: Owens,
Crump, Smith, Vllaldrep, Charping, Ford ....
Second row: Nash, Edwards, Dunn, Nichols.
1 . . Standing: XVilliams, Bowie, Hawkins,
First row, left to right: McAlister, Lyles,
Lovern, Timms, VVils0n, Hawkins, King ....
Second row: Sanders, Turner, Patterson,
Opens, Elrocl, Yeargin .... Third row: Tan-
nery, Radford, Bennett, Patterson, Haynes,
Eaton, Dean, Robertson, Kinard, Anderson.
. . , Fourth row: Cheek, McCormack, Bowen,
Smith, Sisk, Parnell, Thompson.
Top row, left to right: Briscoe, Mize, Coker,
Deanhardy, Mitchell, Morris .... Middle
row: Hatcher, Sosebee, Sanders, Moore,
Rumsey, Fowler, VVhitHeld, Ashworth ....
Bottom. row: Adams, James, Green, Shirley,
McCurley, Gibson, Fleming, Reid, McKinley,
Front row, left to riglzt: Cromer, Franklin
Rigclon, NVilliams, Iaynes, Cetsinger, San-
ders .... Middle row: Shiflett, NVilliams
Burton, Stalnaker, VVhitfield, Brown, Stamps
. . . Top row: Barrett, Singleton, Philyaw
Howell, Anderson, Tilley, Fowler.
Top row, left to riglzt: Honea, Hicks, Morris,
Carlton, Enabler, Hancock .... M idclle row
Smith, Harbin, Bnchelou, Black, Holcombe
Guest Kelley VVilson Bottom row Re
, , .... A : y-
nolds, Reed, Jones, Evans, Brown, Galbert,
F leeming, Greenway, Chapman.
Top row, left to right: Gable, Swittenberg
Ashley, Harper, Gray, Ballantine, Vllhitten
Smith .... Middle row: Carter, Murph, Ban-
nister, Xvclborn, Cobb, Coleman, Ashley. . .
Bottom row: Rosenblum, Bobo, Sanders
Clark, Brooks. McCoy, Hall, Pennell. b
OFFICERS - GIRLS' I-IIC-H
HELEN I'IANNA ...... President
SARA VVATKINS ..... Vice-President
NIARY ANN HALIIN-IET'f . Secretary-Treasurer
Miss EINIINIIA IVIAJOR . . . . Sponsor
SARA AND Hu.L1x
OFFICERS - BOYS' HIGH
ROY NIASTERS ...... President
JACK SNIITH . . Vice President
TOM MCGEE . . . . Secretary
JALIES ROBERT HAIMIMETT . . Treasurer
MP.. J. E. DENDY . . . . Sponsor
J.-xmas ROBERT, JACK, AND TOMMY
Mn. DENDY ROY
Top row, left to right: Brown, Haddock, Earle, Trask, Owen, Rivers, Mullmu and
Peterson .... Middleerow: Eskew, Kelly, Hancock, Xvatson, Wilbanks, 'Wright Guest
Ellison, Hall .... Bottom. row: Poole, Gaines, Doyle, Clinkscales, McGee, Metz and
Back row, left to right: Alewine, Stidfole,
lllilder, Bryant, Parker, McGregor, Lee ....
Second row: Todd, Morgan, Johnson, Hum-
phreys, McGill, Smith, Rankin, Smith, Rich-
ey .... Third row: Brooks, Williford, Zeigler,
Braclham, Nelson, Jones, Agnew, Chalmers,
Hammett, Maior .... Fourth row: Arnold,
Atkins, Chamblee, Holliday, Haynes, Acker,
T011 row, left to right: King, Tolbert, Pruitt,
Franklin, Brooks, Collins .... Middle row:
Harris, SCBIDOIG, Wells, Parnell, Freeman,
Smith, Konduros .... Bottom row: Kohler,
Trotter, Kernels, Shepherd, White, Thrasher.
in-9 UMEJ1 Clk
WSG - 5
Buck row, left to right: Watson, XVatkins,
Bolt, Fant, Morris, Bice, Powell ..,. Third
row: Blume, Foster, Hayes, Breazeale, Poore,
NVhitHeld, Johnson, Beasley .... Second row:
Smith, Smith, Alewine, Thompson, Bryant,
Rochester, Dozier, Manning, Freeman ....
First row: Keese, Blackstone, Alewine McAl-
ister, Herron, Xvatson.
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Top row, left to riglit: Hatcher, Pruitt, Smith.
McMinn, Hall, Cauthen, Ellison .... Middle
row: VVest, Stathakis, McLane, junkins, Me-
Clain, Carlton, Fleming, Martin, Ethriclge.
. . . Bottom row: Giles, Findley, Parasho,
Chamblee, Brissey, Thompson, Campbell,
Buck row, left, to right: Haulbrooks, VVhit-
field, McClellan, Partin, McGuire, Wilson.
. . . Second row: Jennings, Bolt, Cromer,
Craft, Dyer, Griflin, Stamps .... Tlzirzl row:
Seymore, Godfrey, Norris, Forrester, McGuf-
fin. Brewer, Hampton .... First row: D.
Fowler, B. Fowler, Spears, VVelch, Porter
Top row, left to right: Little, McCurley
VValter, Thompson, Sanders, Corn, Skelton
Middle row: Chastain, Aderhold, Connor,
Strickland, Moody, Higginbothom .... Bot-
tom row: VVhite, Hall, Jordan., Buchanan
- an -1 Q
Back row, left io right: Harris, Bratcher, Kay,
McKinley, Morgan, VVilson, Keaton .... Third
row: Presher, Smith, Yeargin, Stone, Wzltt,
Davis, Smith, McCuen .... Second row: Har-
ris, Thrasher, Durham, Kelly, Ridley, Long,
Stalnaker .... First row: Mitchell, Loftis,
Erskine, Cathey ,Wright, Brown.
Top row, left to right: Duren, Kernels, Bates,
Dolly, Childs, Creswell, Montgomery ....
Middle row: Hames, Chapman, White, Fort-
ner, Bryant, Crowther, VVebb, Sears, Moore,
Jewell .... Bottom row: Smith, Driskell, Ale-
wine, Giles, Hart, Johnson, Bowman, Martin
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Back row, left to right: Smith, Hudgins
Woodson, Hanna, Hanna, Chappelear, Coop-
er .... Second row: NVhitlock, Shearer, Burke,
Elliott, Getsinger, Freeman, Holcombe ....
Third row: Stone, King, VVeaver, Reid, Stew-
art, Findley, Wilder, Gilxeath .... Front row:
Davis, Franks, LeCrciy, Sweat, Osborne, Tay-
Top row ,left to -right: Davis, Baxter, Forres-
ter, Morrison, Vassar, Holden, Chastain ....
Middle row: Jennings, Mayfield, Moore,
Simpson, Callaham, VVelborn, Iunkins, Hicks.
. . . Bottom row: Cagle, Shaw, Brown, VVhit-
field, Hedden, Findley, Medlin.
Back row, leftto right: Hill, Ramsey, Petti-
grew, Harris, Arnold, Iarrard, Sloan .... Sec-
ond row: Richey, Brooks, Hawkins, Conwell,
Fuller, Evans, Burnette, Blackwell, Payne ....
Third row: Blackwell, Rigdon, F ant, Burgess,
Aiken, Bannister, Burges, McGill .... F ourtlz
row: Sutherland, Westhrooks, Lindley, John-
son, Little, Black, Ricker.
Top -row, left to right: Horton, Seigler, Elgin,
Cooper Bolt, Kinard, McLeese .... Middle
row: Hall, Arnold, Thrasher, Vickery, Banis-
ter, Wilson .... Bottom row: Elrod, Cham-
blee, WVilson, Martin, Harris.
First row, left to -right: Hedden, Beasley
Minyard, Anderson, XVhitten, Madden. . .
Second row: Coleman, Brown, Bowen, Fish-
er, Stephens, Elgin, Bowie. . . . Top -row.
Patterson, Hayes, Melton, Jordon, Mize
Top row, left to right: McCullough, Addis
McCarley, Kay, Leonard, Brown, Campbell
. . . Third -row: VVhitfield, Harris, Strickland
Robinson, Johnson, Crocker, Franklin, San-
ders, Dickerson. . . . Second row: Moore
Vaughn, Fletcher, Garret, Stamps, Clevei
land, Whitfield, Thompson, Feltman. . .
Bottom' row: Isbell, McAlister, Hudgens
Back row, left to right: Keith, Rnmsey, Smith,
Brown, Singleton, McClain, Mayfield, Wick-
er, Lord, Hardy .... Second row: johnson,
Hiott, VVentzky, Keel, Dunn, Jordon ....
Front row: Stewart, F leming, Kirkland,
Grant, Tollison, Brown.
MR. MARK F. HAVVTHORNE
B.A., Furman University: M.A.. Duke University
DR. E. C. NICCANTS
Mrs. Lillian Cason, secretary. of the An-
derson City schools, is one of the most
pleasant persons connected With the
school system. She is never too busy to
give to anyone a friendly smile and a
Dr. C. McCants-our friend and ad-
viser-whose Wisdom and understanding
have helped ns over many a rough spot
since he first came to us in 1896.
"An -institution is the lengthened
shadow of one 11l6lTl.,,-EMERSON.
Mns. IJILLIAN C.-xsoN
Mr. T. L. Hanna, our beloved principal, has carved a
niche for himself in the heart of every girl that has passed
through the classic halls of Girls' High. VVe are grateful
to him for his gentle guidance and kind advice. Through
years to come we shall remember with pleasure our high
school years, made richer and more pleasant by the wise
counsel and firm leadership of Mr. Hanna.
The patience of Job, an unfailing interest in all our
activities, and constant effort to make C.H.S. mean some-
thing: more to us than halls and classrooms, bells and
shifts-these are the characteristics that mean to us our
friend as well as dean, Miss Ruth Boggs.
Mn. T. L. HANNA
As if knowing the daily schedule and full name of prac-
tically every student is not enough, Mr. C. F. Reames
takes a definite interest in the activities of each boy. His
familiar voice booming through the halls reminds us of
the firmness and solidarity of our nation of which B.H.S.
is only a small cog.
Mu. C. F. REAMES
Miss RUTH Bocas
MISS :MARIE NICCONNELL . . Home Economics
MRS. ELIZABETH Ona HAIRRIS . Home Economics
Mus. X7IRGINIA Dm-:W . ...... Biology
S ' 104
Mn. T. H. INGRANI . . . . . . Science
MRS. LUCIA HUDGENS
Typing, Business Matllematics, Bookkeeping
MII. li. M. O'lrIEAL ...... Mathematics
Mn. L. A. KITCHINC . . Chemistry and Physics
Mn. R. O. l'IAwTuonNE . . Vocational Director
M1I.FZI1cI2N'EAB1IAIx1s . . . . Vocational
MH. I. R. XVELSH . . . Machine Shop
TYIISS GRACE WILRUR .
31125. N1AHT1lA NICLEESE
MRS. VIRGINIA WINSTFAD
MR. M. M. NIILLER . .
MR. H. R. NICGOVVAN .
MR. II. XV. BUNTON .
. . . English, Latin
. . . . History
. . Vocational
. . Vocational
. . Vocational
MR. P. R. IDRULIMOND . . .... History
MR. GEORGE PENN . . . English, History
MR. I. WV. SPAIN . . . . . English
MR. DAVID LINCLE . . . . English, Latin
MRS. Lois I'III.L . , . Spanish, French, Shorthand
Miss NIAHGARET Hoon ....... English
MRS. SAIDEI: VVELBORN . . . Vocational Director
IVIISS LEILA SULLIVAN ..... '. . English
Miss IDA NICGUKIN . . . . Mathematics
MRS. LEONA NIASTRONARDY . . Cosmotology
Mlss GLADYS CROMI-:R . . . Mathematics
MR. FRANK P. RAINVVATER . . English, Latin
MR. ITIIRAINI SANDLIN . . . . English
Miss SARA SHIRLEY . . . . . . Librarian
Mus. LUCILLE NIACLENNON . . French, Spanish
Mns. ALLIE BARTON . . History
Miss NELLE COCIIRAN . . . History
Mlss ELIZABETH RICHARDSON' .... Librarian.
NIISS HELEN BURRISS . . . . English, Algebra
MR. ALEX GETTYS . H istory, Physical Education
Mlss .ELIZABETH MCCOWN ..... English
Mlss FRANCES MAJOR . . . Physical EflLl'C0f'l0H'
Mxss EMMA MAJOR .... Biology, Chemistry
Mn. RALPH SULLIVAN .
MR. VV. M. DIItLAllIl . .
Mlss MARY MCCONNELL
Miss EDITH BOYCE . .
Miss NATALIE VVOODWARD . .
. H istofy, English
. . Bookkeeping
. . . History
MR. G. A. CARRETT . . . . Vocational
MR. I. J. SMITH .... . . Mathematics
Mn. C. W. PENMNGTON . . . Agriculture
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To those oaliantsouls who sacr-iyiced their all for home, comrades, af
country, we dedicate these pages in loving memory.
ERNEST W. NIOORE
THOINIAS W. CRAYTON
ROBERT V. BRUCE
JOE B. SHFIRARD
ROBERT C. KING -
Mi1.TON J. KING .
DOUGLAS C. MOORE
ROY E. YEARGLN .
JAIHES TODDY LATIMER
SAMIJEL W. HAMLET
JALIES LEVI SMITH!
F. O. KELLY, JR. '
JOSEPH DEXTER BROWN, JR. .
THOIVIAS E. HENDRIX
CALVIN E. IWCCLAINA
GLENN P. GIBBS ' I
JAMES A. GIBBS
LAXVRENCE REED W ATSON
JA1NiES C. HERBING I
JACK ARIMSTRONG, JR. A ' ,
JOHN R. C. GRIFFIN, JR.
JOE J. OJBARR '
PRESTON ALLEN LANIER, JR. .
ROY S. SULIITH
W'u.I.IAM L. BRUCE
BERT GUYTON POYVELL
ERNEST J. D. PARKER
NEXVTON C. IWADDOX
CHARLES S. SKELLTON
KENNON S. BREAZEALE
HAROLD GRADY PATTERSON
LEWVIS W. RIDER
RALPH F. KILGORE
JOHN BELTON XVATSON
ROY C. NICPHAIL
CHARLES S. NICHl3I.S
H.AROLD MAJOR A
LOUIS GRAY YOUNG
JOHN BOBBY TEIPP
L-OUIE ACKER '
LAXVRENCIS WATSON V
JOHN L. LAND
JOHN D. NICARTHUR, JR.
,JAR-IES XVILTON MCCURLEX'
ED-WIN C. PATTERSON
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