Andrew Jackson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Jacksonville, FL)

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Senior Class Jkclviser, Home Room III4. MII. P,-Xlil, Il. PIIILLIIJS. f'rol1l4'1r1s of flnlerifflll l,t'I7l0I'TIIl'AY. Western Wlurylalnd. -MIS. Ilolumlliu I niversity, NNI. .lolins Hopkins University. Ad- viser. Home Room 102. IVIATIIEMATICS DEPARTMENT MISS .f'XIJFll.Fl IIUYD. xflgvbrrl. ,fIif!'l'lIfI fllrzlllvllzrllizw Florida State College for Women. JI. ll. Duke Ilnivt-rsity Adviser, llome Room 305. MRS. EDN.-I K. Sll'I"I'0N. G1'u1u1'try. Hvml of .lluIl1f'll1a1ir'x Northwestern Ilnivx-rsily. MII. .MIviser, Home Room 313 NIHS. LUIS ISYEIIS. fllgvbrfl. Gl'UlIl1'fl'vV, TfI,L'lllIUlIlt'fl'-I' Aurora College, A. li. .MIviser. Ilomt- Room 316. 1Pittslmurgl1, A. II. Aclviser. Home Room 318. 70 - , f ,fr - X' - f 'f .4 Y, , , . 5ljDkfQy7'l.Q-, ,4.fQ0-A l 971-I - I I 5 I Q ' fl 37 HOME EC NUMICS D ARTMEN1' NIIIS. Iil.lZ.-XIIICTII 'lllll IINIAN. Foodx. Ilnivf-rsity of Kenlueky. NB. Xrlviser. llolm' Room fill. NIISS I'iI.l'l.-XNOR CUMSTUCK. llernf of Home Evolzolnfcs. llorzzerzzalrirtgz, l.f1.lrl 1,l'l!'l0IllI11'IIf. Ilniversity of California. Duke University. Ilniver- sity ol lfloridu. Stetson University. :Xtlviseig llonn' Room 312. XIIIS. .IIIXN II. RIIMSICY. Cllllfflill-tif. Ilniversity of lI1I'llllt'!i5PL'. link. lniversity of Florida. Adviser. 3l2A. IIIIS. IIXIITHA HUVSER. liolrzffrzzrllffrlg. lfloritlu State College for Women. Florida Soutln-rn College. IIS. Mlvfser. Home Room BIO. MHS. SARA D. lIIm'DONqXl.lJ. .'lIf1tl1r'm111if's. Ilnivr-rsily ol " FE N A XI-I I IIDICIINIXN. - l.uII1'g4' IIDI' iN IIII IxNl N. lfr'r'nl'rfN ul I I We tum NI'lIi' 'I'v'u'I1 SCIENCE llEl'All'I'IVll+IN'I' , .,, ,V ,,. , . . . , NII-. .IOIIN I. II XIIIHI Ix I. lflxxrrx. f,l1wr111.vIl'x. l.urm-II lniwrsily. MII. SI'1nI'm'4I luiwrsily. I IIINVISIIQ HI Nliumi. MIvisv1', IInmv Iimnu 2201. NIISS XIIIMINIX NNIIXYIICI., lllnlngx. Ilamling Ilullvgv. Sn-urvy. XVIQZIIISUS. ILS. Spurlwr. H1-pllmlunwc llirls' 1IIuIu. 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NUYIII- ue Inn lnix I ilx IIXI Km rim In Um KIXIIIDIX UI NIU ia 'VF U. . . l"i . S"L 'I SH x ICH IIUI 'III ICI.I,. llirvrtm' nf liumf. 111 51 eff? Stzltv '1'cat'11v 's. MISS 151C11N1C1'f Room 217. PIIYSICAI1 EDUCATIIDN 1115113 COACH 1.. ,1f1CK S1111'1'H, l1nive-rsily of 1"1o1'i11u. 11.1.: 111-at 1i1'Il1lIl'1x1 1 139 md 113 95 "I" i'1u1r .. . Z. I . . I 101151111 , A . Wf1l.'1'01N. l'l1ysi1'11l livlfllflllflfll. 1"1oi'i11u Slzllo ifollogo Ito! Women. 15.5. in 111. Co-Sponsor, Peppt-11-ltos. 1111-jol'e-tts-s. lP.1.1. 1t1visn-1' Ilomf' Room 310. 11158 1111'I'11 S11I'1'11. 1'l1yxir'11l Edfuvlfioli. F1orit1u Slam- iIo11vgo for 11oim'n 15.5. in IQII. 1,fo-Sponsor. 1Jk'llIJl:'l'9I1t'H. N12l,1llI't'111'S. 0.1.1. -141visc-r. Ilonn 1SSl5'1'.'1N'1' CO,-16111 -1N1J111iW .1. 1'11iW1,1C'1"1'. Uzlxitlsoil ljollf-go. W. ff.. 11.8 Sll0P 1. 11,111C11'1' 1. 111 11111N1Q. Iovrzfiomzl IllSfl'llf'IIH'. llvml. lnix 11. 1'I1ni141Ll. , ..,,. 1,,,, .... ., V x. l,1'.U1xl,1'. 111'.1x1,1'.1x. .1IlfU. 1 11110145111 oI x11b!4UlIl'I, 511119 C,o11vgv of 11issoui'i, Stout Instituto. Slate- lfo111-go of Nlonlunu. State lfo11f-ge of 111illnIr. LIBRARY North 1.ilI'H1lIILl. 11.13. 1.5. 1111. 111'1N 11. 1,1Q5'111f111. .flssixtrlllt Lilnmrizlrl. Collvgt- of Wi11ium DRAFTING 'Cl"1l1V 15. 111111 1111113 171115. L111rr1l'l1111. 1.i11II1l'l' 1.o110gv. 11.111 1111iwt'sl1y of 11155 N1.'1HY C. N1cQ11.111J. Urrzfting. SYIIICIISL' University. 15.1".1. You York 1'niversity. Na- tionu1 111-all of Uusigli 5t'1ioo1. Sponsor, .'1rt 11115. M.-1HG.1R1E'l' NIf1XF1E1,D R1fI1CX'1iS. Bible. KI'll1Ql1 Co110g1v. Keuku. N. Y.: .1o11n 13. Stetson :J 1 1lIVk'l'S111'. .-1.11. 1111. u Sponsor. ",1 " Club. DIVERSIFIEII CO0PERATl VE TRAINING 11115. N1,111.10R1E 1,1'1'T1,E 1.I1Y. l'rf'-l"l1'gl11. 111inois Wosloyun. 11.5. 111-11114-41 Study tezu'11Pr Nava1 ,-111' SIZIIIUII. 1MI.'1'. 1t1vist-r. Home Hoom 210. 1111. 11. 11. STUFTOIKIJ. 1,10-f7.IN'fIIIfI'l' Trrlinilzg. 1iI11Vf'l'S111 ol' 1"1ori11z1. 1.13. 11..1.E. Sponsor. 1J.C.T. C1u1w. ,'1f1visvr, Holm- Room 2111. and Mary. BIBLE L l ? I"l'I'SI Rolf: Urs. William IIIIIHIIIKFII. Hrs. 'I'. NI. Swindlv. X1 rs. S. ll. IIllI'IIN'l'I. Nlrs. I.. I.. Smith. Urs. .IlIIIRlll ,I. Tzlylor. Xlrf. II. S. Ilunpin-r. XID. NI. X. IM'n1ure-sl. Urs. lln-my IIi1'I1zmIs4m. Mrs. NI1uIgv lIuw4'rs. SWIVIIIII Razr: XII: NI. .-X. II1'lllul'1'sI, Klux. II. II. Ilinglv. Nlrs. I"1'm-II vIIlIl'lN'l'. Mrs. Xufus 'I'ulum. Mrs. William IJ. W1-Inlm. 'XIrs. Ilumptun IIzuI4lock. F. . . ' ' K, N, ' ' L 24. N. .. , . ' ' '. 'S. H. ,. ' ' '. F. I . . . XII ll X I ulnul Wx I II :I XX IIII llll XII I I I Ic1I In XII I I Ilan: 'XII NI I Smut. Win l,I.uIys IxlmI1.mI- sun. Urs. I.iIIiun I.zml'1-In-4-, Nlrs. ll. If. Iluus. Urs. II. III. Pills. Xlis, Mala'-I GIuve'r. Nlrs. :Kuna I.:-y W1-Ils. Yu! in l'ir'turz': XII Nhnllmm Ililmll XI: Il 1' Xu ll lim XI: fur li H4 i tu 'XII X 9 Vinum NI!" Ii: You I'IIl NI: "' I' N. "' '. N, . .. Q15 ', '!4. r'. . 'QS-'QI 45. r"' ' 5Il'.1ilon. Hrs. I.. II. Pm-, Nlls- I.Iill'il xxrl'IIVII. P . T . A . Ulzjvvls of lIIIl'l'II.l-Tl'llf'lIl'l' .flssfwiflliolzs ay ' .un .1 's WIIHIIII TU I'IiIWIO'I'lC lIw wvlfburv ul' l'I1IIlII'l'll 2lll1I youth in Imnlv, sf-Imol, t'Illll'l'Il and lTllllllIll1llIIy. 'IIU II.fXISI'I tlu' SIillllIilI'4IS ol' Iltlllll' IiI'c. TO Sl+1l1lIlilCgulvqmm- laws for llw cars- mul Ill'0Il'i'IIlllI oI'1'I1iI4I1'1'l1 and youth. TU ISIIINC into closer rvlulimm llw home' and thc- school. that pare-nts and I lvuvlls-rs nuiy 1-uopvrulv intvlligvnlly in III? training of thc- m'I1iI1I. IU I3I'.VI'lI.UI' Iwlwvc-ll t'lIlICilIOI'S and lIle gl'llUl'ilI pulrlic SIIUII unit0lI f'I'I'orts as will SlxClll'l' for vvcry 1'I1iIcI lIw Ilighvsl iHIVilllIilgK'S in physical. nwnlaxl, social and spiriluul vmllwuliml. U I" I" I ll IC II 5 I'r4'sicI1'nl ...... ... NIII5. .Il'l.IAN 'l'AYl.Uli Crn'l'vspmlcIi11g Sl'l'l'l'Iill'f .IVIIIS S. II. III'III.I5I'.II'I' Xiu--I'1'c-sicla-:nl ........ MHS. NIICIICIIUN IIIICII VIIl'1'ilSlIl'4'l' ............... MRS. H. S. ITAMPIICII II:-wmling S1'1'l'Q'Iill'y ........ NIIIS. I.. I.. SWIITII Amlilur ............... IVIIIS. 'If NI. SWINIJIIC llislawiam ............ MHS, Nl. A. ITICNIIJIIICSI SENIORS OLDEST HOUSE TN THE UNITED STATES Saint Augustine r 11W JUNE CLASS OFFICERS HAIRE. ROBERT MITCHELL. "Beans", General. "Cooperating with sincerityg leading with integrityu. President Senior 1ilass 1413 Na- tional Honor Society 13, 41: Secretary Home Room 12, 3, 41 3 Secre- tary Sophomore Class 1213 Hi-Y Club 1Alpha1 12, 3, 4,1 Senior Fellows Club 1413 Secretary Alpha Hi-Y 1413 Spanish Club 131: Band 1413 Orchestra 1413 Vice-President Spanish Club 131. HOBBS, RUSSELL DEAN, JR. "R. D." Commercial. "Ace high scho- lastically and athleticallyu. Vice-President Senior Class 1413 Sports Editor Tiger's Claw 1413 Quill and Scroll 1413 Hi-Y 13, 413 Secre- tary Hi-Y 1413 Red Cross Club 12, 3, 413 Treasurer Red Cross Club 1312 Senior Fellows' Club 141 3 J Club 12, 3, 413 Mascot Jun. Girls' Club 1313 Winner Jr. Girls' Club Contest 1312 Tigers Claw Staff 1412 Sophomore Boys' Club 1213 Secretary ,l Club 1413 Color Bear- er Graduation 1313 Treasurer Home Room 141 Kiwanis Charity Football 13, 413 Baseball 12, 313 Football 13, 413 Basketball 1413 iZgt.lR.f1.T.C. 12, 313 Lieut. R.O.T.C. 141: Hi-Y Circus 1313 Talent ig it 31. NEIDLINGER, MIRIAM CAROLA. "li 'di". College. "Every inch a queen!" Secretary of Senior Class 141 : President of Home Room 12, 3, 41 3 Sophomore Girls' Club 121 Secretary Sophomore Girls' Club 121 3 Red Cross Club 12, 3, 41 3 Reporter Red Cross Club 131 3 Secretary Red Cross Club 141 3 Oracle Staff 12, 3, 41 3 ,lunior Editor Oracle 131 3 Editor-in-Chief Oracle 1413 Junior Girls' Club 1313 President Junior Girls Club 131 3 Spanish Club 131 3 A.W.V.S. 1313 Tri Hi-Y 1313 Usher at Commencement 12, 31 3 Baccalaureate 131 3 Talent Night 131 3 Senior Girls' Club 141 3 Christmas Pageant 131 3 Senior Girls' Jubilee 13, 41 3 Prom Committee 1313 F.L.S. 1413 Youth Council 13, 413 National Honor Society 13, 413 Vice-President National Honor Society 1413 President National Honor Society 1413 Vesper Service 1413 Winner D.A.R. Pilgrimage 1413 Dean's Office 12, 3, 413 Who's Who 1413 Assistant Captain 1413 Good Posture Club 131. RAY, ROBERT EARL. "Bobby". General. "A little bit of all right". Treasurer Senior Class 1413 President J Club 1413 Chaplain Old Timers 1312 ,I Club 1413 Senior Fellows Club 141: Hi-Y 1213 Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1413 Varsity Football 13, 413 Baby Tigers' 1213 Varsity Basketball 1413 B Team Basketball 1213 Boxing 1413 Track 1413 Kiwanis Charity Game 13, 413 Who's Who 141. POE, LESLIE NEWTON. College. "A quiet humor-'tis no wonder he has so many friendsn. Chaplain Senior Class 1413 Beta Hi-Y 1312 Band 1213 Orchestra 1213 Football 13, 413 Swimming 141. ATTER, PHILLIP TOM. "Flip". Commercial. 'glf friends spell success he'll never be a failure." Sergeant-at-Arms Senior Class 1413 Treas- urer Old Timers 1313 President Old Timers 1413 Vice-President J Club 141 3 Old Timers 13, 413 ,l Club 12, 3, 41 3 Senior Fellows' Club 1413 Hi-Y 1413 Oracle 1413 Senior Fellows Bonfire 1413 President Senior Fellows' Club 1413 Winner Junior Girls' Club Contest 1413 Manager Baby Tigers 1213 Manager Varsity Football 13, 413 Man- ager Varsity Basketball 12, 313 Who's Who 141. MISS EMILY ATKINS, Sponsor. 1- JUNE ALLEN, ELMER LAZONE. College. Fun, fair, and talented. Nat. Honor Soc. 13, 41, Sec. S.F.C. 141, Director of Talent 1,lub 141, Youth Council 141, Cheerleader 141, Business Manager of Tigers Claw 141, S.F.C. 141, Hi-Y 141, Talent Club 141, Officer in R.O.T.C. 141, Kno-Jax Club 121, Hi-Y Circus 131, Talent Night 131, Winner Talent Night 141, Whos Who 141, Class Night 141, Teen Town Talent Night 141, Old Timers Vodvil 141, Sec. Nat. Honor Soc. 141 , Quill and Scroll 141. ALBRITTON, ANNETTE. General. Quiet? Yes, at times. ANDERS. ALENE CHASE. L'Taffy". General. A lovely voice and beauti- ful green eyes. Jr. Chorus 121, Sr. Chorus 13, 41, S.G.C. Jubilee 141, J.G.C. 131, S.G.C. 141, Thanks- giving Program 12, 3, 41, Christ- mas Pageant 141. ANDERSON. REGINALD ADAIR. "Reggie", General. Does nothing in particular and does it well. Slim... A450 APPLEYARD I I, T OMAS JEFFER- SON. "Blossom". College. Merrily he rolls along. S.G.C. Jubilee 141, Christmas Pageant 141 , Science Club 12, 41, Christmas Cantata 141, Jr. Band 131, Orchestra 141 - Oracle Staff 141, Band 141, R.O.T.C. 12, 3, 41, Comm. 13, 41, S.F.C. 141, Dramatic Club 141, Class Night 141, Hi-Y Ballet 141, V.-Pres. Science Club 141 , Red Cross Club 141, "One Ghostly Evening" 141. ASHTON, CORINNE. Commercial. One of a crew where credit is due. ATKINSON, JACK WALT . "Smil- ing Jack". General. '1 l eye that wanders, the smile t remains", Vice-President Debaters Club 131, President Debaters' C b 141, C0- Sports Editor Tig Claw 141, Sophomore Boys' Y 121, Alpha Hi-Y 141, Dramati lub 141, Sen- ior Fellows' Club . 3 .I Club 141, Quill and Scroll 141, Sergeant R.O.T.C. 141, by Tigers 131, Varsity Footbal 1, Captain Track Team 141. .X 1 AYRES, LORINA LEIGI-I. "Rena". Commercial. "A medley of fun and friendship". Senior Girls' Club 141: Tri Hi-Y 131, War Bonds and Stamp Representative 141, Junior Chorus 121, Pop Concert 121, Can- dlelight Service 131, Christmas Can- tata 121: Volleyball Championship Team 131, Business Manager for Football, Track, Basketball, Base- ball, Tennis. Golf 141. NIOR5 BAKER, 'EPC . "lSuggy". College. "Wide-eyed innocence". Sophomore Girls' Club 121, Red Cross Club 12, 3, 41, Junior Girls' Club 131, Prom Committee 131 , A.W.V.S. 131 , Tri Hi-Y 131, Spanish Club 13, 41, Senior Girls' Club 141, Senior Girls Jubilee 13, 41, Oracle 141, Treas- urer Red Cross Club 141, F.L.S. 141, Tri Hi-Y Bazaar 131. PARKER, EDNA REE. "Rissy". Gen- eral. 'sBlithely industrious". Senior Girls' Club 141, D.C.T. Club 141, Volleyball Tournament 141. BARKER, G. VIRGINIA. "Ginny", Commercial. "A maiden never bold is she, how sweet and fair she seems to bef' Majorette 12, 3, 41, Sopho- more Girls' Club 121, Junior Girls' Club 131, Senior Girls' Club 141, Y.W.C.A. 121, Girl Reserves 131, F.I...S. 141, Tri Hi-Y 131, G.A.A. 141, Sophomore Chorus 121, Junior Chorus 131, Senior Girls' Jubilee 13, 41, Vesper Service 121, Class Night 141, Captain Gym Team 141, Assistant Captain 131. BARNARD, THELMA IRENE. Coln- rnercial. "Intent of purpose". Pepper- ettes 12, 41. BAUGH, MARY LOUISE. "Mary Lu". General. 'Soft peace she brings when- ever she arrivcsf, Vesper Service 121 , Christmas Cantata 121 , Peppercttes 12, 41, D.C.T. 141. BEATY, KATHRYN JOYCE. "Nut- chie". Commercial. "Radiating sun- shine". G.A.A. 141, D.C.T. Club 141. BENNETT, DOROTHY JEAN. Com- mercial. "The only way to have a friend is to be one". Junior Chorus 121, Sophomore Girls' Club 121, Junior Girls' Club 131, Senior Girls' Club 141 , Senior Girls' Jubilee 141 , Tri Hi-Y 131, Spanish Club 131. BENNETT, PAULINE VELMA. Com- mercial. "Sparkling with the joy of livingw. Senior Girls' Club 141 , Maj- orettes 12, 3, 41, G.A.A. 141, Cap- tain Gym Team 121, Senior Girls' Jubilee 141. who JUNE BLACKMAN, JOYCE MARY. "Miss-y". General. "Her voice sinks deeply in our hearts". President Sophomore Girls' Club 121, Secretary Junior Girls' Club 131, Student Council 121, Sophomore Girls' Club 121, Junior Girls' Club 131 , Senior Girls' Club 141, Red Cross Club 12, 3, 41, Tri Hi-Y 131, Girl Reserve 131, G.A.A. 131, Christmas Pageant 12, 3, 41, Talent Night 131, Christ- mas Cantata 131, Senior Girls' Jubi- lee 13, 41, Pop Concert 131, Senior Chorus 12, 3, 41, Vesper Service 121, Senior Play 141. IIOYER, KATHRYN L. "Kaffie". Com- mereiul. "Serenity of mind and calm- ness of thought". Pepperettes 121, Junior Girls' Club 131, Senior Girls' Club 141 . BOY ER, MARY JEAN. General. "Good cheer is no hindrance to a good life". v Glue Club 12, 31 , D.C.'l'. Club, Bas- VV1k.-matl 12,315 volt.-yimll 12, 31. l1RAI1l1OCK, JENNIE l"AY. College. "Sineerity, patience, and judgment". National Honor Society 13. 41, Sen- ior Girls' Club 141 , Pepperettes 121 , G.A.A. 13, 41, Orchestra 13, 41, Senior Girls' Jubilee 141, Accept- ance of Mantle 141, Vice-President National Honor Society 141, Cham- pion G.A.A. Basketball Team 131. BRENNAN, SHIRLEY MARIE. "Snoo- kie". General. "Life is a sung she cheerfully hunts". French Club 121, Junior Girls' Club 131, .A.W.V.S. 131, Christmas Pageant 13, 41, Sen- ior Girls' Club 141, Senior Girls' Jub- ilee 141, Pop Concert 131, Bac- calaureate 13, 41 , Sophomore Chorus 121, Girls' Glee Club 131, Senior Chorus 141, Christmas Cantata 13, 41, Commencement 13, 41, Class Night 141. BRI-INAN. PEGGY VIRGINIA. "Short-Stuff". College. "Alniability in abundance". Sophomore Chorus 121, Senior Girls' Club 141: Girls' Glee Club 121, Science Club 131, Sen- ior Chorus 131, Cantata 121, Pep- perettes 141, Thanksgiving Program 12, 31, Baccalaureate 12, 31. BROVVN, GE11RGlA lofty". ff1'f1.p,-al' NEI HHIICYJSQSQ .' ' ' J' " C 1 tttrr at as-sf BROWN, CALVIN LIONEL. "Far1ner". General. "There's honesty, manhood, and good fellowship in him". Hi-Y Club 141, J Club, Baby Tigers 121, Val-sity Football 13, 41. ,WW ., 11 mae' law SENIORS BROWN, JAMES RAYMOND. "Jim- my", General. "A contented man is never poor". Senior Fellows Club 141 . BUSSE, JAMES ARTHUR. "Jimmie". General. "A hard worker with a genial interest in everything". Alpha Hi-Y 12, 3, 41, National Honor Society 13, 41, Sergeant R.O.T.C. CALLAHAN, PATSY MAE. "Pat". College. "She has an easy humor with no rough edges". Senior Girls' Club 141, Soccer Medal 131, Student Business Manager Football, Basket- ball, Baseball 141, War Bonds and Stamps Sales Representative 141, J for Student Business Manager of Athletics 141. 6 CANDET , EVELYN. General. "Big- hearted, too". CASEY, MARTHA ESTELLE. General. "Diving into life's many fields with hearty spirit". Sponsor of R.O.T.C. Company C 131 , D.C.T. Club 13, 41 , Orchestra 12, 31. CLARK, EVELYN. General. "Life's sunny side is on the funny side". COBB, CARRELL EARL. "Buddy". College. "Perseverance prevails where violence fails". Band 141, Orches- tra 141. CORBETT, MILDRED EVELYN. Gen- eral. "All-round athlete with a flare for the practical". G.A.A. 121, Pep- perettes 141, Assistant Captain 131, Captain 141, Basketball Champion- ship 12. 31, Volleyball Champion- ship 121, Diamond Ball Champion- ship 131. JUNE CORDRAY, MARY MARTHA. "Stub- by". College. "LanguidIy lovely". Pepperettes 1213 Sophomore Girls' Club 121Q Senior Girls, Club 1413 Advertising Staff of Oracle 141 3 Sen- ior Girls' Jubilee 1413 Tri Hi-Y 131. COTSONIS, VAN LEE. General. "His laughter booms out as richly as his song". Hi-Y Club 1413 Junior Chorus 12, 313 Senior Chorus 12, 3, 413 Christmas Cantata 12, 3, 413 Christ- mas Pageant 12, 3, 413 Pop Con- cert 1413 Baccalaureate 12, 3, 413 Graduation 12, 313 Vesper Service 12, 413 Thanksgiving Program 12. 3, 413 Bond Selling Program3 P.T.A. Programs 12. 3, 413 Dedica- tfon of Honor Roll Plaque 1313 Youth Convention. CREWS. LERANELL. General. "A smile of hers is an act of grace". DAMPIER, HORACE S. "Buster". College. "Always on the ball". Sopho- more Boys' Club 1213 Who's Who 141. DANIEL, .IAMES FORREST. "Worm". College. "Gravity charged with wit". ,I Club 1411 Hi-Y 12, 3, 413 Secre- tary Beta Hi-Y 1313 Debaters' Club 12, 311 Senior Fellows 1413 Foot- ball Manager 141. DARROW, ROBERT EUGENE. "Bob", General. "Individuality is his forte". DAVIDSON, RUTH. General. "Friend of the people". DAVIS, ALICE MORTIMER. College. "Calm and serene". Commencement 12, 31? Band and Orchestra 13, 413 Senior Girls' Club 141 3 Senior Girls' .lubilee 1413 Class Night 12, 313 Christmas Pageant 13, 413 Christ- mas Cantata 13, 41. S E N I O R S DENMARK, GENEVE BULAH. Hen. ny',. General. Truly "Sweet Geneve". Sophomore Girls' Club 1213 Vice- President Sophomore Girls' Club 121. DELANEY, BETTY. General. 1'What's new" DETERS, CAROL. Commercial. "An investment on the bright side". Spanish Club 13, 413 Vice-President Spanish Club 1412 G.A.A. 141. DIRGHALLI, SOLOMON. "Sammy", College. "The wit of his namesake's wisdomw. Red Cross Club 12, 3, 413 Vice-President Red Cross Club 1413 Treasurer Red Cross Club 1313 Chaplain Red Cross Club 1213 Sci- ence Club 12, 3, 413 Reporter Sci- ence Club 1413 Secretary Science Club 1413 Baccalaureate 1313 Com- mencement 13, 413 Senior Chorus 131g Sophomore Chorus 1313 Dra- matic Club 13, 413 Dramatic Club Director 1413 Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1313 Captain R.O.T.C. 1413 Club Council 141 3 Secretary of Club Coun- cil 1413 Treasurer Dramatic Club 1413 Casting Director of Dramatic Club 1413 PTA Play "Maid of France" 1413 Director of "One Ghostly Evening" 1413 Tiger's Claw Representative 12, 313 Thanksgiv- ing Program 1313 Bible Broadcast 1313 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 1313 Oracle Art Staff 1413 Talent Nite 1413 Color Bearer Kiwanis Football Game 1413 Armistice Day Parades 12, 3, 413 School Repre- sentative to General Red Cross Council 1413 Senior Fellows' Club 1413 Class Night 141. DOUGLAS, GLORIA. College. "Minh inspirer, merry companion". DOWLING, DONALD McKENZIE. General. "People have more fun than anybody". Secretary Old Timers 1213 President Old Timers 131. DOWNS, SARA ELIZABETH. "Betty',. General. "Diligently attending to the smaller details". G.A.A. 13, 41. EVANS, WILLIAM CLIFFORD. "Dippy". General. A "knockout for knocking about". Vice-President Old Timers 141 3 Sgt.-at-Arms Old Timers 1413 Home Room Representative 1413 Old Timers 13, 413 Beta Hi-Y 13, 413 Senior Fellows' Club 1413 Baby Tigers 13, 41. gl I was '17 l13X J, JUNE V INNI-1I.l,, l313ll13'l'HY l.ll.I.IAN. 'l3otly". General. "When in doubt turn to the lighter things". Cham- iion Volh-'ball Team 1433 Captain 3 l'eam 1433 ,lunior Girls' 1.lub 1333 Senior Girls' Club 1433 Business Staff Oracle 1333 Assistant Cap- tain 12 . ' ul fellow!" ll,l"' llllili I HN. General. "A ln JESS, JICAN. Comnzercial. "An all- arounml sport and a sport at all times". Presicl.-nt G.A.A. 1433 Re- porter Spanish Club 1333 Vice- Presimlent Spanish Club 1433 Presi- dent Art Club 1433 Science Club 12, 333 GAA. 12, 3, 433 Spanish Club 13, 433 Heil Cross Glub 1233 Art Club 143: l3iamond Hall Medal D Y 12. 333 I ing long Medal 123 3 GAA. liniblem and Medal 1233 G.A.A. Let- ter 1333 Who's Wlt4r 143. l13ll'l'l'iNlll'lllllY, Wll,l.lAM. "Billy", General. "Time out for fun". l13S'l'lCli, lil-I'l"l'Y .l13Y1ll'I. "Shorty", Conunereial. "Her eharniing smile our hearts beg:uile". Senior Girls' Club 1433 Sophomore Girls' 1'lub 1233 ,lunior Girls' Club 1333 Na- tional Honor Soeiety 13. 43. l13l3'l'S. l313Il13'I'llY M:3I3l'Il.lClNlC. "l3otlie". College. "Where there is laughter, there is 'Dot"'. Vice-Presi- clent G..'3.f3. 1433 Chaplain .lunior Girls' Club 1333 Yiee-President Sei- enee Club 1433 Oracle Representa- tive 1331 'l'iger's Claw Representa- tive 1233 G.f3.,'3. 12. 3, 433 Tiger's Claw Staff 1433 Sophomore Girls' Club 1233 ,lunior Girls' Club 1333 Senior Girls' Club 143 3 Science Club 13, 433 Spanish Club 1333 Tri Hi-Y 1333 All Star Basketball Team 1333 G.,'3.l3. Me1lal3 Wl1o's Who 1433 Sen- ior Play 143. W13lt'l'Il, GRACE l.13l3lSl-I. "Fox " Colle e "A brivht smile, a Y: H' . P ' .. eharmlng manner, a willing worker Treasurer G..'3.l3. 1333 lied Cross Club 1231 l3ramatic Club 123 3 G.A.f3. 12. 3, 433 Sophomore Girls' Club 1233 Senior Girls' Club 143 , Home lloom Representative 123 Oracle llepresentative 123 3 Tiger's 1'law Representative 123 3 Spanish Club 1333 Senior Girls' Jubilee 143 3 1...'t..fX. Volleyball Captain 143. FliANKl.lN. HUGH ICLLIS. General A serious nature brightened hy a smile". SENIORS FU l,FUHl3. WY NELI.l'I. 4'Winnie". General. "A' winning courtesy in school and sports". Girl Reserve 133 3 Senior Girls' Club 1433 Captain Team 143. Q be ojpg Rt.rL1Ne-'1.oLi1s.A.i w-realty". Calf 1ILl'IlllllSldSIH for ,Iukson in all Dh'ELQH'bCS". Talent Club 1433 Secretary-Treasurer Talent Club 143 3 Dramatic Ghfb 1433 Senior Girls' Club 1433 Oracle 1433 Dramatic Club Play 1433 Class Night Connnit- tee 1433 Champion Baseball Team 133. GAULE, TOM F. General. "A set goal in view-a straight path to follow". Captain R.0.T.C. 143 3 Major R.0.T.C. 143. GEBERT, EDWARD SEIBERT. Col- lege. "One of the boys". Science Club 123 3 Spanish Club 12. 33. GEIGEH, Wll,I.I.-XM A. "Billy", Gen- eral. "His dry humor makes every- one smile". Football and Track 143. GIVICNS. GLORIA JEANETTE. "Stinky". Commercial. 'EAS likeable as lookable". Mascot Alpha Hi-Y 1433 Sponsor R.0.T.C. 1333 Junior Girls' Club 1333 Senior Girls' Club 1433 Winner of Beauty Contest 1433 As- sistant Captain 1433 Who's Who 1433 Mascot Old Timers 143. GLOVER, VIRGINIA LEE. General. "A thing of beauty is a joy forever". Mascot Beta Hi-Y 1433 Sponsor Jackson-Lee Game 133 3 Senior Girls' Jubilee 13. 433 Senior Girls' Club 1332 Sophomore Girls' Glub 1233 Tri Hi-Y Club 1333 Home Room Representative 143: Treasurer Tri Hi-Y 1333 Tiger's Claw 1333 Prom Committee 133. GUDWIN, LILLIAN. General. "Life is short but there is always time for courtesy". JUNE GRAY, ELLA MARIE. "Pud". General. "Would that the whole world were as soft and beautiful". Transferred from Pinetta3 Basketball 1413 Vol- leyball 141: Softball 141. GRIFFIN, EDWARD LEWIS. "Eddie". General. "Soft-spoken and polite-the essence of a gentleman". GRIFFIN, THOMAS WOODROW. "Woody". Commercial. "A business man in every sense of the word". GUINN, MARION. General. "Carried along on life's tide with lively spirit". GUNDLACH, WILLIAM, JR. College. "None but himself could be his parallel". National Honor Society 13, 413 Treasurer National Honor Society 1413 Youth Council 13, 413 Captain R.O.T.C. 1413 Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1313 President Beta Hi-Y 13, 41g Science Club 12, 3, 415 President Science Club 1213 Vice- President Science Club 1313 Chap- lain Sophomore Boys' Club 1213 Quill and Scroll 1413 Associate Edi- tor Tiger's Claw 1413 Lion Cub of Month 141: Beta Hi-Y 13, 41: Red Cross Club 13, 413 Band and Or- chestra 12, 3, 41 3 Tiger's Claw 1413 Club Council 1413 Sophomore Boys' Club 121 3 Senior Fellows' Club 141 3 Baccalaureate 13, 413 Hi-Y Concert Ballet 1313 Hi-Y Ballet 1413 Hi-Y Speaker 131 3 Senior Play 141 3 Whp's Who 141. I' J 1 J GUYTON, MARY LEE. "Maisie". Gen- eral. "Minutes with her are never dull". D.C.T. Club 141 3 D.C.T. Chap- lain 141: Junior Girls' Club 1313 Junior Chorus 1313 Senior Chorus 1413 A.W.V.S. 1313 Pepperettes 1213 Tiger's Claw Representative 1413 Volleyball Tournament 1313 Soccer Tournament 131. HAGAN, JOYCE SOPHRONIA. "Jo", Commercial. "Gentle in manner- firm in reality". D.C.T. Club 1413 Basketball 12, 313 Volleyball 1313 Track 121. HAIRE, FRANKLIN EUGENE ".Ieep". General. "What his words don't say, his pen does". National Honor So- ciety 13, 413 Spanish Club 1413 Who's Who 141. SENIORS HARNAGE, BETTY RUTH. General. "A light heart lives long". Sopho- more Girls' Club 1211 Reporter Sophomore Girls' Club 1211 ,lunior Girls' Club 1312 A.W.V.S. 131: Good Posture Club 131 3 Senior Girls' Club 1413 Senior Girls' Jubilee 141. HENRY, JACQUELYN. ".lackie". General. "Placidness is apparent but action surges forth". HICKS, THOMAS WILLIAM. College. "Well known for the laughs he gave his classmates". Dramatic Club 1413 Dramatic Club Play 1413 Debaters' Club 13, 413 Science Club 13, 413 Orchestra 141. HOFFMAN, FRANK. General. "Gen- erously good-natured". HOTZ, ROSE MARIE. "Bud", Com- mercial. "She is a good friend to everybody-what better could we say?" National Honor Society 13, 41 3 Sophomore Girls' Club 121: Junior Girls' Club 1313 Senior Girls' Club 1413 Senior Girls' Jubilee 1413 Tri Hi-Y 1313 Senior Chorus 13, 413 Pepperettes 1213 Girls' Glee 1213 Girl Reserve 1312 Baccalaureate 12, 3, 413 Graduation 1311 Thanks- giving Program 12, 3, 413 Christmas Cantata 13, 413 Pop Concert 1313 P.T.A. Convention 1313 Volleyball Tournament 1212 D.C.T. Club 141. HOWARD, EARL P. "Buster". General. "A stalwart guard in life as in foot- ball". Chaplain Senior Fellows' Club 1413 Varsity Football Letter 141: Sophomore Bovs' Club 121: Junior Boys' Club 1315 Senior Fellows' Club 1413 Senior Chorus 12, 3, 413 J Club 1413 Baby Tigers 1213 Man- ager Football 1313 Varsity Football 1413 Senior Play 141. HUBBARD, FRANCES. "Jack", Gen- eral. Interesting as a surprise party. S.G.C. Jubilee 13, 413 S.F.C. Bon- fire Comm. 1413 G. C. 1213 ,I.G.C. 1313 Dramatic Club 12, 312 Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 1313 S.G.C. 141. HUTCHINSON, .I A M E S NEAL. "Hutchie". College. Always ready to give his opinion. National Honor Society 13, 413 Band Letter 1312 Hi-Y 12, 3, 413 Band 12, 3, 412 Sr. Chor. 13, 413 All-City High School Orchestra 121 : Spanish Club 12, 3, 413 Spanish Paper 1313 Span- ish Orchestra 13, 41: Co-op Club 141: Orchestra 12, 3, 413 Oracle Staff 13, 41. , JUNE JACKSON, LEWIS SMITH. General. He has a definite swish to his per- sonality. S.B.C. 1233 Intramural Football Championship 133. JOHNSTON, P E T E R RAMSAY. "Pete". College. An affable lad with diversified interests. Sports Editor "El Espejov 1332 R.O.T.C. Cadet Officer 13, 433 S.F.C. 1433 Sec. . S.F.C. 1433 R.O.T.C. Lt. Col. 143. JOHNSON, ROBERT POPE. "Bobby", College. A quiet reserve, a firmness of character that manifests itself in all his acts. S.F.C. 1433 Oracle Staff 143. JOHNSON, EDWARD WORRELL, JR. "Ed". College. Shooting at the target of cooperation. Co-op Club 1433 R.O.T.C. 133. JOHNSON, MARGARET CECILE. General. Gentle of speech3 beneficent of mind. JONES, BETTY FRANCES. Commer- cial. Happiness gives us energy. a r o u n d excellence Cheerleader 13 43 Asst Head Cheerleader 143 S C C Jubilee 13 43 Com Christ Trl HIY Bazaar 133 Comm Jr Sr Prom 133 Comm SGC Tea 143 Whos Whom GAA 133 SGC Pepperettes 13 G 12 3 43 ' J.G.C. 133 ' Tri Hi-Y b 133 ' S.G.C. 143 ' Science Club 143 ' Posture Club 133' All Star Volley- ball Team 123Q Member of Winning Team in G.A.A. 1233 Softball Tour- nament 1433 Captain 'in Gym 12, .s, 43. X 4,444 JONES, JACKIE ELOISE. College. All nias' Rageant 1333 Sec. S.GlC. 1433 4333 ' ' ' 2 3' iAiA: , , , . , Clu LEO! C KEGEBEIN, M I L D R E D LEONE. "Mickey". General. Worrying is no advantage to anyone. SENIORS KENNEDY, MARGARET AILEEN. "Peggy". College. Portrait of reserve framed by ambition. Treas. G.A.A. 1433 H. R. Rep. 1433 G.A.A. 12. 3, 433 S.G.C. 1433 S.G.C. 1231 S.G.C. Jubilee 143 3 Member Winning Softball Team G.A.A. 1233 Member Winning Volleyball Team G.A.A. 133 . KILPATRICK, COMALEA. "Pat". Comrnercirzl. Conscientious, compe- tent. and charming. Poster Club 143 3 National Honor Society 143. .XZLLAM KINCHEN, MARCUS ADRIAN. Col- lege. Hale and Hearty. Sophomore Chorus 1233 Jr. Cho. 133g Sr. Cho. 1433 S.F.C. 1433 S.B.C. 1233 Of- ficer in R.O.T.C. 12. 3. 433 Baby Tiger Football 1332 Varsity Foot- ball 143. KING. GLORIA ALICE. "Cowboy", Commercial. Amiahle cut-up with a sack full of tricks. V.-Pres. Science Club 123: Science Club 1233 S.G.C. 143 3 S.G.C. Jubilee 143. f , I 3 , KINKLEQCMARGARET LOUISE. Col- lege. But there's only one like her. Art Editor "El Espejou 1333 S.G.C. 1233 J.G.C. 1333 S.G.C. 1433 Red Cross Club 1333 A.W.V.S. 1333 S.G.C. Jubilee 1433 Christmas Pa- geant 143. KINKLE, MARJORIE LEE. "Margie". College. She comes double. Sec. A.W.V.S. 133 3 S.G.C. 123 3 J.G.C. 1333 S.G.C. 1433 Red Cross Club 1333 A.W.V.S. 1333 S.G.C. Jubilee 1431 All Star Volleyball Team 123. KINLAW, JOHN. General. "Happy-gd lucky". Senior Chorus 13, 43. KIRKLAND, MARY ELIZABETH. "Kirk'i. Authority on friendliness and sincerity. Girls' Glee Club 12, 3, 43 3 S.G.C. Jubilee 143 3 S.G.C. 1432 Girl Reserves 1333 G.A.A. 12, 3, 43. 3 JUNE KITE, JEAN. Commercial. Sweet and gay. G.A.A. KLOEPPEL, ARTHUR J. C. College. Good humored friendliness. Hi-Y 13, 41, Baby Tiger Football 141. LAKE, NOEL R. College. Wisdom keeps silent. LASTER, BETTY JANE. College. The mildest manner and the gentlest heart. S.G.C. 141: Oracle Staff 141. LEONARD, RUTH. College. Riding to higher achievement on her steed of ambition. Spanish Club 141, Na- tional Honor Society 13, 41, Pep- perettes 141, S.G.C. 141. LEWIS, MOSES. '1Moe". General. A casual babble of congeniality. Pres. S.B.C. 121, Chap. Old Timers' Club 141, Sgt.-at-Arms Hi-Y 141, Rep. Old Timers' Club 141, Escort Lee- Jackson Game 141, Student Coun- cil 121, Old Timers 141, Hi-Y 141: S.B.C. 121, S.F.C. 141: J Club 141, Mgr. Varsity Football 141, Baby Tigers Football 131. M 12,54 0-. L I LOHMAN, EDMOUND LEWIS. Col- lege. A bright hello for everyone. Science Club 141 . LOPER, DORIS VIRGINIA. "Dragon- ette". General. Trailed by sparks of joy as she flits here and there. Band 12, 3, 41, Orchestra 12, 3, 41, S.G.C. 141, S.G.C. Jubilee 141, Class Night 12, 3, 41, Commence- ment 12, 3, 41, Christmas Pageant 13, 41, Christmas Cantata 13, 41, G.A.A. 141. SENIORS MacINNES, ANNE. 'iAnnie Lou". Har- moniously combining charm, wit, and music. Entered Junior Year. Accomp. Senior Chorus 141, Accomp. Talent Club 141, Classification Editor 141, Sec. G.A.A. 141 , Senior Girls' Talent Night 13, 41, Junior-Senior Prom Committee 131, G.A.A. 13, 41, Sen- ior Girls' Club 141, Senior Girls' Jubilee 141 , Chirstmas Pageant 141, Oracle 141, Thanksgiving Program 141, Baccalaureate 141, Commence- ment 141, Red Cross Club 141, Di- rector S.G.C. Jubilee 141, Vice- President Red Cross 141, Chaplain National Honor Society 141, M.C. Talent Night 141, Vesper Service 141, Pop Concert 141, G.A.A. 141, J Ping Pong Champ. MADRAY, WILLIAM FRANKLIN. "Billy, College. Tho' modest on his unembarrassed brow Nature has written sGentleman'. MAHON, JOHN. General. Eloquent without a word. Second place in Spelling Contest 141, Varsity Foot- ball 141. MARTIN, SHIRLEY MAE. Commer cial. Sweet and sincere. MATTOX, ALICE VIVIAN. 1'Shortie". For she was just the quiet kind whose nature never varies. McBRIDE, ALICE JEAN. "Mickey", Commercial. Full of enthusiasm for making friends. Tigers' Claw 121, S.G.C. 121, A.W.V.S. 131, Girl Re- serves 131, Oracle H.R. Rep. 131, G.A.A. 131, S.G.C. 141, D.C.T. 141. McBRIDE, PATRICK WYLEY. 'iPat',. Commercial. To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield. Orchestra 12, 3, 41, R.O.T.C. 13, 41, Band 12, 3, 41, Commencement 12, 3, 41, Christmas Cantata 12, 3, 41, Class Night 12, 3, 41, Christmas Pageant 12, 3, 4-1. MCCORMICK, SADIE BELLE. Com- mercial. A gracious smile that charms. Shy.. JUNE McCULLERS, EDWARD C. "Dopey'l. College. He aims to please and hits the mark. Officer R.O.T.C. 143: Color Guard 143: Senior Chorus 143: Hi-Y 12, 3, 43: Sophomore Chorus 123: .Iunior Chorus 12, 33: Vesper Services 133: Hi-Y Ballet 143: School Fire Warden 13, 43: President Inter-Club Council 143: President Hi-Y 143: S.F.C. 143: Red Cross Club 143. I Q , ' . . a,1ff MCCULLOUGH, PAUL JULIAN, JR. College. He serves to our advantage. Quill and Scroll 143: Red Cross Club 12, 3, 43: S.F.C. 143: Adv. Mgr. 'l'iger's Claw 13, 43: Adv. Mgr. Oracle 143: Talent Club 143: Member of Inter-Council Club 143. MCDONALD, GLORIA BARTHEL. "Giggles". General. High designs for a secretarial career. D.C.T. Club 143. MCKINNEY, JAMES CURTIS. Com- mercial. A contented man is never poor. Senior Fellows' Club 143. 'r , NIcKlNNEY, GENEVIEVE RUTH. "Ginnie-:". General. Efficient, willing, and oh what fun! S.G.C. 123: ,I.G.C. 133: S.G.C. 143: G.A.A. 12, 3, 43: Science Club 12, 3, 43 : Oracle Staff 13, 43: Sports Editor of Oracle 143: Chaplain Science Club 123: Rep. Science Club 133: Pres. Science Club 143: National Honor Society 13, 43 : H. R. Rep. 143: S.G.C. Jubi- lee 143 : Ilaccalaureate 13, 43 : G.A.A. vs. Faculty Volleyball 143: Captain Baseball Team 133: Captain Volley- ball 143. MCGUIRE, FRANK. General. Still waters run deep. McLENDON, LI I. L I A N CARTER. Mliattle-Ax". General. The best hearts are ever the bravest. D.C.T. Club 143. McLEOD, ROBERT WILLIAM III. "Bob", College. Ever the business man when pleasure is the job. S.B.C. 123: Science Club 123: D.C.T. Club 13, 43: Secretary D.C.T. Club 143. lyjlub 147. 537 SENIORS McRAE, DOROTHY CATHERINE. "Dottie". Commercial. An all weather friend, worthy of acquaintance. G.A.A. Medal 143: Letter G.A.A. 143: Sec. G.A.A. 133: G.A.A. 12, 3, 43. wb 3 ,Lia-QQ. McVEIGH, SHIRLEY A. "S, A". Col- lege. Merrily measuring life with stacatto notes of fun. MILLER, ADDIE MAE. General. Like an echo-only when spoken to. MILLIGAN, ADDIE MARGARET. "Bacca". General. Silence speaks. D.C.T. Club 143. MITCHELL, LINUS DURWOOD. Gen- eral. A man whose able mind will bring him success. Soph. Cho. 123: Senior Cho. 12, 3, 43: Tiger's Claw Rep. 12, 3, 43: Asst. Feature Editor 143: Feature Editor 143: Editor-in- Chief 143: S.B.C. 123: Sec. S.B.C. 123 : Science Club 12, 3,43 : Debaters' Club 12, 3, 43: Vice-President De- baters' Club 143: Dramatics Club 12, 3, 43: Teen Town 143: Candi- date for Mayor 143 : Quill and Scroll 143. MORGAN, BEVOLYN NEAL. "Bev". General. And heaven's soft azure in her eyes are seen. Senior Girls Qf,,,f,4A-'Cf OR AN, . LESLIE. "Jimmy", Colleg ive-wire bit of perpetual m . uil and Scroll 143: Claw 143: Senior Fellows Club 143. fly . 7. 0 omore Boys Club 123: Tigers MOSS, PEGGY LAUREN. "Peg". Col- lege. It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. National Honor Society 13, 43: Reporter Na- tional Honor Society 143: Pepper- ettes 123: Sophomore Girls' Club 123: Junior Girls' Club 133: Senior Girls' Club 143 : Senior Girls' Jubilee 143: G.A.A. 12. 3, 43: Vice-Presi- dent G.A.A. 133: Tri Hi-Y 133: F.L.A. 143: Red Cross Club 12, 3, 43: Treasurer of Red Cross . Club 143: President Red Cross Club 143: Oracle Staff 13, 43: Tigers Claw 143. JUNE MOULTON, BARBARA M O O R E. "Babs". General. Efficiency plus, with a flair for the imaginative. St-nior Girls Club 1433 G.A.A. 12, 433 Tigers Claw Staff 1433 Senior Girls Club Jubilee 143. MIFRFF. MARY LEE. General. Tl1e eyes have it! Senior Girls Club 143. NEWMAN, ROBERT HUDMON. "Bob". College. He cameg he saw3 he made friends. Band 1433 Senior Fellows Club 1433 Hi-Y 1433-Youth Council 1433 Orchestra 143. :llApwob9J--Ji' NUNEZ, RAMONA ELAINE. "Ron- nie". General. A piano in sight- potential dynamite. Sophomore Girls' Club 123Q Junior Girls' Cluli 1333 Seniors Girls' Club 1439 .lunior Chorus 1233 Senior Chorus 1232 A.VV.V.S. 1333 Red Cross Club 13, 433 Chaplain of Home Room 14-33 Senior Girls' Jubilee 1333 Talent Night 13, 433 Reporter of .lunior Girls' Club 1333 Pop Con- cert 1333 Vesper Service 133. PARTIN, CAROL LORRAINE. Com- mercial. A lady and a scholar. Na- tional Honor Society 13, 433 Senior Girls' Club Jubilee 1433 Baccalaure- ate 1333 Senior Girls' Club 143. PATRICK, CRYSTELL. Commercial. Enriching the lives of others with her quiet capability. ' PAUL, MEl..VlN. College. Pursuing the essential things in life. Lieutenant R.O.T.C. Pl1'KE'l'T. MILDRED LENA. "Shorty", ' Ouietl Perhaps. but she knows what she likes. SENIORS PLUMMER, MARGARET LUCILLE. "Maggie". Preserting a merry mix- ture of mirth and joviality. Capt. Pepperettes 1433 Pepperettes 123: Girls' Glee Club 1333 Junior Chorus 1333 Sophomore Chorus 1233 Senior Girls' Club 143. POE, CLAIRE ESTELLE. "Poe". Col- lege. And when she danced, oh heavens her dancing. Sponsor R.O.T.C. 12,3Q Cheerleader 12, 333 Dramatic Club 1233 G.A.A. 12, 333 Talent Club 1433 Posture Club 1333 Girls' Glee Club 12, 333 Sophomore Chorus 1233 Business Manager Talent Club 1433 Publicity Agent Talent Club 1433 Talent Night 133Q Girl Reserves 133 3 Senior Girls' Club 1433 Tigers Claw 1433 Senior Girls' Club Jubilee 143. PORTER, ETHEL MARIE. Commer- cial. Those sparkling eyes reveal an energetic worker. D.C.T. Club 143. PRATT, EMILY FRANCES. "Idjit". General. Quietude crowned by a olden halo QUINN. LA FERN'fLOllIS cQ'ern1e E Lou". And oh what those five feet can do! French Club 1233 French Medal 1233 Red Cross Club 12, 3, 433 Reporter Red Cross Club 1332, Chap. Red Cross Club 1333 Pres. Red Cross Club 14-33 Dramatic Club 123 3 Tigers' Claw 12, 33 3 Girls' Glee Club 12, 33 3 Sophomore Chorus 123 3 Senior Chorus 143 3 Junior Girls Club 1333 Charter Member Tri Hi-Y 133: Mascot Beta Hi-Y 1333 Sponsor Co. "F" R.O.T.C. 1331 A.W.V.S. 1333 Senior Girls' Club 1433 President Senior Girls' Club 143 3 Vice-President Senior Girls' Club 143 3 Senior Girls' Club ,Jubilee 143: Scenario Comm. Senior Girls' Jubilee 1433 Christmas Pageant 13, 433 Charter Member Teen Town Club 1433 Feature Editor Oracle 1433 Inter-club Council 1433 Talent Night Comm. 143: Winner Beauty Contest 1433 Red Cross General Council 1433 Baccalaureate 133: Concert and Ballet 1433 Tri Hi-Y Bazaar 1333 P.T.A. Play 1433 Can- tata 1432 Pop Concert 13. 433 Ves- per Services 12, 433 Kirby-Smith Concert 1333 Hi-Y Circus 1333 U.S.O. Program 1333 Senior Play 143. RAINEY, BETTY JANE. Commercial. A carefree heartg a good athlete3 and a good sport. RAINS, DAVID E. S'Bubbles". College. That intangible something only no- ticed by its absence in others. Treas. Beta Hi-Y 1433 Sgt. R.O.T.C. 1232 Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1333 Captain R.O.T.C. 1433 Hi-Y 13, 433 Senior Fellows Club 143 3 Tiger's Claw 143 3 Oracle Staff 143 3 Senior Chorus 143 3 Hi-Y Circus 1333 Hi-Y Ballet 143. RANDOLPH. LOIS DEANE. Commer- cial. Amiable, sincerity, with a will to do. Junior Girls' Club 123 3 Senior Girls' Club 1433 Oracle Staff 1333 Senior Girls' Club Jubilee 1433 Pep- perettes 1233 Posture Club 133. JUNE REYES. MARY l.11l'. "l.ou". llenvral. lt's ,la1'kson's horn she's tooling. llanml 141: 11relt4'stra 141. lill11l1EN, MAllRl1Il'i 1lAR1lN. Gen- eral. Doing what he finals to flo in a pleasant sort ol' nay. Sgt. R.11.T.C. 141. Rl1lllARl1S. JA M ICS GRAIIAME. ",lim". Gl'lll'fIl1. llis speeeh rlynamiel Presitlent of Co-Op Club 141: De- halers Club 121 : Dratnatit' Club 121 : lli-Y Club 12. 3. 41: Co-11p Club 13. 41. Rl'l'1Ill, SARA I-ll.lZAl1E'l'll. "'l'ank". General. Versatility at work. Cheer- leatler 12. 31 : lleacl Cheerleader 141 : Winner ,l.G.C. Popularity Contest 131: l'l'esi1lent of Soph. 1llass 121: Feature Etlitor 11raele 131: Asst. Eclitor-in-Cliiel 11ra1'le 141: lleauty Contest Winner 141: Stutlent Coun- t-il 121: 'l'rc'as. Sophomore Girls Club 121: Vice-l'res. Junior Girls Club 131: xl1'1'-PIPE. l,11Sllll'1' Club 131: Talent Night 131: ,lr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 131: Tri lli-Y 131: Deans 11l'fie1- 13, 41: Senior Girls Club 141: Senior Girls ,lubilee 13. 41: Conun. S.G.C. l.unelu-on 141: St-nior Play 141: Comm. Soph. Tea 141 : 'l'ri lli-Y Bazaar 131: Senior I-'4-Ilows lionfire Comm. 12, 3. 41: 1l1lI'lSlIllllS Pagettnt 131: l'.'l'.A. Program 141. R11l1lCR'l'S. F' li A N 12 E S .l11YCE. "Frankie", A kettle ol fun always boiling over! Soplloniore Chorus 12, 41: .lunior Chorus 121: Girls' 1 Glee Club 131: llaeealaureate 131: Vesper Services 12, 3, 413 'Thanks- giving Prograin 12. 3, 41: Christmas Cantata 12, 3. 41: Pop Convert 13, 41: Frost-Kings Uaughtz-r at Kirby-Smith 131: Sophomore Girls' 1'lub 121: Junior Girls' Club 131: Senior Girls' Club 141: Senior Girls' 1 Club ,lubilee 13. 41: Cltarter Melli- lwr Tri lli-Y 131: Real Cross Club 141: 11ra1-le Staff 141: A.W.V.S. 131 : l".l..S. 141 : Comm. Senior Girls' Tea 141 : Tri Hi-Y Bazaar 131: Comm. jr.-Sr. Prom 131 : Comm. Sen- ior Fellows' lionfire 141 : Class Niuht 141: Talent Night 141: Asst. 1.apt. 131. lt11l1l1I'INIZER, Al,.l1IE. General. Anti- able, jolly, and witty. ROONEY. MARGARET El,lZAl1ETll. "Rooney", General. A pretty girl is like a melocly. R11Sl'., Wll.l.lAf1l Hl'.l,f11AN. "Rose- bu1l." ffallege. Gearetl for aetion with an eye on the future. Sophomore Boys' Club 121: .lunior lioys' Club 131: Senior Fellows Club 141: 'l'iger's Claw 141: llebaters Club 141: Retl Cross Club 121: R.11.T.C. Officers Club 141. . 4 4.11 gi 1 SENIORS Rl'SSELL, M A V IS ELIZABETH. "Bunny". Commercial. A fair exterior is a silent recommendation. Beauty Contest Winner 141: Senior Chorus 141: Who's Who 141: Winner ,l.G.C. Popularity Contest 141. SALLAS. JUANITA. "Shorty". Com- mercial. Radiant in appearance. Girls' Glee Club 131: Senior Chorus 141: Senior Girls' Club 141. SAMBLE, DORIS ELAINE. "Dot". General. Capable and competent. D.C.T, Club 13, 41. SCARBROUGH, E A R L MARVIN. "Crane". Commercial. A winning courtesy in school and sports. Ser- geant-at-Arms Old Timers 141: Co- Captain Football Team 141: J Club 141: Old Timers Club 141: Senior Fellows Club 141: Home Room Rep- resentative 141. SCHEIBE, ELIZABETH E L L E N. "Betty". Cooperative. kind, and jolly. Senior Girls Club 141: G.A.A. 141: Senior Girls Club Jubilee 141: Pep' perettes 141. . 9 N 'V' SCOTTEN, HELEN MAE. "Sc'ottie". Commercial. Good things come in small paekages. Treasurer Sophomore Class 121: Mascot Sophomore Boys Club 121: Chaplain Sophomore Girls Club 121: Sophomore Girls Club 121: .lunior Girls Club 131: Senior Girls Club 141: Senior Girls Club Jubilee 141: Sponsor Lee-Jackson Game 141: President Home Room Representatives 141: Treasurer .lun- ior Girls Club 131: Tri Hi-Y 131: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 131: Senior Fellows Bonfire 13, 41: Tri Hi-Y Bazaar 131. SCOTT. JUANITA MAE. "Nita". Gen- eral. Tranquil temperament belying her red hair. D.C.T. Club 141. SEALS, HAZEL EVELYN. College. A sweet personality enveloped in sim- plicity. 'JUNE SELBY, BEBE MARIE "Rie". Com- mercial. Fortune rewards those who strive. Senior Girls Club 145 3 G.A.A. 13, 453 War Bonds and Stamp Rep- resentative 1453 Business Manager for Football, Track, Basketball, Baseball, Tennis, Golf 145 3 J for Stu- dent Business Manager of Athletics 145. SHEPPARD. M A R G A R E T BEN- NETTE. "Benny". General. Ginger with a snap. Senior Girls Club 1453 Business Staff of Oracle 1453 Senior Girls Jubilee 145. SHEPPY. MARY PHYLLIS. Commer- cial. Splashing to victory. G.A.A. 12. 3. 45. SHIPPY. WILLA. General. A good- natured person is always welcome. SHOLAR, MAXINE. "Mac", General. In her moments of leisure, dancing shall please her. Who's Who 1453 Hi-Y Ballet 1453 Talent Night 135. SKELTON, H A N S O N BLAND. "Sonny". General. The birds can fly so why can't I? Hi-Y 12, 353 Baby Tiger Football 13, 45. STANLEY, MYRA JEAN. College. The pretty dimples of her cheek and chin. Student War Bond Committee 13, 453 Student Business Manager for Football and Basketball 1453 Spanish Club 13, 45 3 Chaplain Span- ish Club 135. STEPHENS. MARY KATHLEEN. "Kitty". Commercial. A smile is ever on her countenance and it is good to be with her. G.A.A. 1453 Senior Girls Club 1453 Senior Girls' Jubi- lee 1453 Band 145. Af- , .., , . v Nj TAYLOR, RUBY DORIS. "Dfiris LSU". I SENIORS STEWART, DOROTHY LUCILLE. General. She has a quiet manner which charms all. STILES, ALMA CHRISTINE. Commer- cial. Doing what she finds to do in a cheerful sort of way. Senior Girls Club 145. STOVER, WILLENE. General. Friend- ly and conversable. STRICKLAND, ANNA VIRGINIA. General. I am sure care is an enemy to life. TATUM, JO AN. ".Io". College. A lit- tle independent in her poise. Reporter Debaters Club 1253 Treasurer De- baters Club 1353 Debaters Club 12, 35 3 Senior Girls Jubilee 145 3 Re- porter Tiger's Claw 1253 Assistant Poetry Editor Tiger's Claw 1253 Publicity Chairman All-City High Orchestra 1253 'Treasurer Spanish Club 1353 Red Cross Club 1253 Tiger's Claw 1253 All-City High Or- chestra 1253 Spanish Club 13, 453 Girl Reserves 1353 G.A.A. 135. y - 1 .1 ' n':e -IJ 4 1 ' College. Give to the world the best that you have and the best will come back to you. National Honor S0- ciety 1453 Chaplain National Honor Society 1453 Red Cross Club 1453 Secretary Red Cross Club 1453 Sci- ence Club 12, 3, 453 Treasurer Sci- ence Club 1253 Chaplain Science Club 145: Spanish Club 1353 F.L.S. 1453 Band 13, 45 3 Orchestra 13, 453 Junior Girls Club 1353 Senior Girls Club 1453 Senior Girls Jubilee 13, 45g Talent Night 13, 45: Stu- dent Director Senior Girls Jubilee 1453 Oracle Staff 1452 Clubs and Organizations Editor Oracle 145g Class Night 12, 3, 453 Commence- ment 12, 353 Class Play 13, 453 Christmas Pageant 12, 3, 453 Pop Concert 13, 45: Vesper Services 12, 3, 453 Hi-Y Ballet 1453 Thanks- giving Profzram 12, 3, 45: Hi-Y Cir- cus 1353 Band Concert 145. THOMPSON, GWENDOLYN. "Gwen". Commercial. Neat and precise in all her undertakings. TOWNSEND, SHIRLEY ANN. "Anni- kins". College. Pleasant in voice and manner. Sophomore Chorus 1253 Girls' Glee Club 1353 Senior Chorus 13, 453 Baccalaureate 12, 3, 453 Commencement 12, 3, 453 Christmas Pageant 13, 453 Christ- mas Cantata 12, 3, 453 Vesper Serv- ices 12, 453 Pop Concert 13, 45: Thanksgivimz Program 13. 45: Girl Reserves 135: Senior Girls Jubilee 13, 453 Spanish Chorus 135: P.T.A. Programs 12. 3. 45: Senior Girls Club 1453 Volleyball Tournament 145: Talent Niffht 135: Dedication of Honor Roll 1353 Youth Conven- tion 145. JUNE TURNER. WILLIAM MARGOLIS. "Bill", General. A musical heart and u pondering mind. lJ.C.T. Club 141, Vice-President D.C.T. Club 141. IRY. MURIEL CAROLINE. Commer- cial. Competence behind the type- writer. VAIIENTINE. BETTY ARLENE. Com- mercial. She'll never miss her aim. VANDERPOOL. ALICE. General. There's a song in the air. VANLANDINGIIAM, MINNIE LEE. "lVlimi". Commercial. Fun-loving but always with time for sincerity. VINCENT, PAUL. General. Amiably meandering along. VONDERAII, HARRIET LEE. Gen- eral. Free from care and happy am I! Senior Girls Club 141 3 Junior Chorus 1313 Girls Glee Club 1413 Christ- mas Pageant 13, 41, Senior Girls jubilee 141 WALDRON. GENEVA. General. Blonde advocate of ease and agility. ,Xl . .N ' -' X' 1'- . , vb - 1 'w xr' -- l-' , V . .iff . 5, ' , , ' SENIOELS WALKER, MARIE. "Spikei'. Gay and lovableg a personality which in- spires love and friendliness. Quill and Scroll 1413 Sophomore Girls Club 1215 junior Girls Club 131: Senior Girls Club 1419 Treasurer Senior Girls Club 1413 A.W.V.S. 1313 Tiger's Claw 1413 Feature Editor Tiger's Claw 141, Tri Hi-Y 131. q 1 u !!'1 in--,,'QA, if-1,'t WALTON, HOMER THURSTON. Gen- eral. Fascinating fellow with a yen for fun. WHITE, VIRGINIA LEA. "Va", Gen- eral. Amiable sincerity with the will to do. Art Club 141. WILKS, KATHRYN. "Kat". Commer- cial. All around athlete. G.A.A. 14-1: Senior Girls Club 141g Tiger's Claw Staff 141. WILLIAMS, BETTY LEE. "Little Bit". General. Busy as a bee and honey sweet. Girls Glee Club 131, Pepper- ettes 141. WILLIAMS, BETTY YVONNE. "Red". General. Styles and smiles. Winner ,l.G.C. Popularity Contest 1413 Sophomore Girls Club 121: .Iunior ' Girls Club 131g Senior Girls Club I 141, Christmas Cantata 12. 3, 41, Vesper Services 12, 3, 41, Thanks- giving Program 12, 3, 41 g P.T.A. Pro- gram 12, 41, Talent Night 1313 Tri 'li' Hi-Y can Tri Hi-Y Bazaar fam, 4 Senior Girls .lubilee 13, 41. N3 .ffffft ' ""'-" WILLIAMSON, CHARLIE F. College. Behind that grin, an encyclopedia of fun. Vice-President Hi-Y 13, 41: Hi-Y Club 12, 3, 41g Club Council 1413 Senior Fellows Club 14-1g Tiger's Claw Staff 141. WOOD, CLARENCE. "Alley". General. Taking life as he finds it and twist- ing it into an endless twist of fun. Senior Fellows Club 141: Senior Play 1413 Varsity Football 141, Baby Tiger Football 12, 31. Z? 10 WOOD. .INMES STOLLENWERCH. "Slough-foot". College. Connoisseur of all of the fun and inurh of the fnne. Vice-President ,l Club 1433 Sergeant-at-Arins Old Timers 1433 Rand Convert 1433 Captain Basket- ball l43Q Whmfs Who 1433 Talent Night 143 3 Senior Fellows Club 143 3 Old Timers Club 1433 ,l Club 1433 OTL'llPSll'd 13, 433 Band 1433 Cap- tain R.0.T.C. 1433 Senior Play 1433 Varsity Basketball 12, 3, 433 Old Timers Vodvil 143. WOODWARD. A N I T A J 0 Y C E. "Shorty", General. Sheis darling. WORLEY. .IUANITA ALTHEA. "Nita". Cmwml. A good heart is worth gold. Reporter CAA. 1333 Cirl Reserves 1333 C.A.A. 1333 G.A.A. 12, 3, 43: .lunior Girls Club 133 3 Posture Club 133 3 Tiger's Claw Staff 1333 Senior Cirls Club 143Q Red Cross Club 1433 Pepperettes 123: Senior Girls Jubilee 1433 All Star Raskethall Team 1433 G.A.A. 1333 Volleyball Tournament 143. SENIORS YATES, HELEN GWENDOLYN. "Sis- ter". General. She independently thinks of greater things. Girls Glee Club 133 . DUBOSE, DORIS. General. Carefree girl with a cheerful personality. I chit l ll , ,- 1 bl MITCHELL, BARBARA JEAN. "Mitch". College. A newvomer with a host of friends. Senior Girls Club 1433 Senior Chorus 143. THE HALLS STAND SILENT l 1 AIHCICS, ,l43llN Ml4ItlAEl,. Commer- riul. "4loonior". Though small in sta- ,N ture it is his nature to he much ahout and doing. Quill and Seroll 43, 433 3 lim-c'eive4l llatehet 4433 W'ho's Nvho Of the 443Q News lieporter Tigefs Claw 423: News lftlitor 4333 l'1ditor-in- ' ' t li 4 I 4'33 4.lnt-4 4433 ls . Pll Cllilll 4 Q Sergeant 433 3 Adjutant 443 3 R.43.'l'.C.3 llc-hate-rs Cluh 42, 33 3 Kno- .lztx Cluh 4333 Treasurer S.l5.C. 4232 llovtling Clulm 4233 Student Couneil 42, 333 National llonor Society 433 3. President National llonor Society 443 Pit idtnt gldlll lt Cluh 43 43 . .N , . Q . Presitlent Senior Class 4433 Saluta- torian Senior Class 443: Clteer- leader 443: Home Room Represen- tative 4232 llsher. llaeealaureate 42, 333 Vive-Presitlent Home Room 4431 lli-Y Program 4433 Christmas Page-ant 4431 Class Night 4431 S.4l.C. ,luhilee 443 ' lll43ilSlIllilSU'l' Sen- ior I,un4'heon 4433 'l'iger's Key 4433 Spanish 'Wwlal 443. l343Nlz3 . ,l43l'. W.. JK. flvrterul. "Tig4-r". livery pack ol earlls has its joker. Sri mtnt it Xims SIS4' 423 4'htm .-'g-z va -4 ' x. .... 1.2- l lain 5.l'.4.. 4433 .l.4l.C. Popularity Contest Winner 4333 Vl4'4"-Pl'Q'SidPIlI ' ' 4'Its 443 Su' llty 433 Senior .ass 3 .-nor 74' I3 lalenl Night 4-331 43ra4-le Staff 423: ,llllll43I'-S4'I3l43t' Prom Colnnlittee 4332 l4.43.'l'.C. 42. 3. 43. wlltols Who 4.43 3 Assistant Stage lNlana:14-r 433: 4.lass Night 443: S.li,C. 423: S.l".C. 443: ,I Clulm 4431 Balm y 'lligvt' Foollmll 4233 X341-glly Footllzlll 43. 43g lntramllral l3iatnon4l Ball 4.53. 4'lil4ll3l'l. .l43llNNllC. llenerul. ".lolm- nie". They donit I 4 4 1. I. 4-ome any hetter. ' 3 Chapain 4htplnn S4 4 423 l 94'4' 443 Pr: ith l Q4'4' 443 'll ' -li-4'iit'4's1'l1taltive 4liA.A. 433 Pepper: fu.. 423 i4'4' 443 CAN . . ..r. .. , 1.. ..' . 42, 3, 43 3 l".l..S. 443 3 l'aeulty-C.A.A. Volleyhall Came 443 3 Intramural llaskethall Medal 4433 Secretary Senior Class 443. J A N Co-Sponsor Nl RS. HY ERS UARY SENIORS XIi43N43Wl'l'Z. 'NlXl3l-II.lNl-I ANNE. ffollege. "l3'ladeline". A hright smile. a charming manner. a willing work- er. 4..A.A. 4433 Peppereltes 423 3 Kno-,lax Clulm 4233 8.41.41 443. 'Wx llUHLllliR'l'. MA IUORIE .l43YClC. Corrirnereiril. "Tootsie". A pretty girl is like a melody. Treasurer Senior Class 4433 S.C.C. 4433 S.C.C. Juhi- lee 4431 Class Night 4433 Christmas Pageant 443. ST. JOHN, Hlililllilfl' I.lC4lli.XNDli. C'0IIlllll'ff'l'!I4. llis actions Speak for themselves in a veritable roar. Chap- plain Senior Class 44-32 Co-Captain Football Team 4433 All State Foot- hall 19423 President ,l Club 4433 Sergeant-at-Arms S.F.C. 4433 Who's Who 4433 S.B.C. 4431 .l Cluh 42, 3, 433 Varsity Football 42, 3, 43. ,Xl.liRl'l'T43N. JOHN FRANK. College. Championship material nn any score. Sergeant-at-Arms Senior Class 4433 Yiee-President S.F.C. 443: Class Night 4431 Christmas Pageant 44-3: lli-Y 42. 3. 43 3 Cadet Offieer 43. 43 3 Whos Who 443: .l Clulm 4433 Baby Tiger Foothall 42. 333 Varsity Foot- hall 443. Co-Sponsor MISS BURIJETT A I 3 NDEHSUN. MARC-XRET ANN. Cum- merciul. "Maggie". Diminutive in size twice her quota of charm. junior Chorus 433: S.C.C. 443: Oracle Staff: Christmas Pageant 4433 Class Niyltt 4433 S.4l.C. .lulxilee 443. All.l'iY, HI'fl.lCN JUANITA. lfommer- cial. "Helen". Without love and laughter life is nothing. S.C.C. 443. JANUARY l1l'll.l,, 'll,W1N 11lll.l'l:1N. CllIII1IIIt'l'!'l1ll. "'1lwyuu. Love and S11'1'1'll1t'S5 in her person shine. ISRUWN. lllt'l'll Alll.l1llED. ffollegv. "llrownie". l love life. J.1i.C. 131: S.C.C. 141. lil1liKll1l.'l'lCll. I111ll11'l'llY ALICIC. U1'I1t'I'lIl. "Dot". lfarneslly attempting --sttceessfttlly completing. Vice-Presb dent Kuo-,lax 131: Kno-Jax Club 12. 31: G.A.A. 121: S.G.C. 1413 S.1l.C. Jubilee 1411 Christmas Pa- geant 141: Sophomore Chorus 121: Junior Chorus 131: Christmas Play 121: Yesper Service 121: Pepper- ettes 121: S.1l.C. Tea Conuniltee 141' 1'l't" Ni ht 141 , .trs.g.Z . lSl'SSl',l.l.. 1fl'.I1Xl,l1 lSllSSl'.l.l.. Lol- lcge-. "I'luddy". llways on the sunny side ol everything. CAH1111N. l"l,11Yl1 WILLIVXNI. Cen- erul. "Floyd", 1 carefree chap with a 1'll1"1'l'lllll personality. S.F.1f. 141: Junior l1.C. 131. CAll'1llCll Xlil.. NIANY l'lANl':'l"I'lf. C'1IlIIII1l'I'f'lIIl. "1i11Il1l1'2llu. Ever ready for at joke. COX. S.-1llAl'l IIELEN. Commercial. As lastidious in alll Ihiugs as she is in sports. G.,1.A. 12. 31: Whos Who 141 : Winner of llowling Trophy 12. 31: l'1'ppereltes 121: Sophomore Chorus 121: Junior Chorus 131: Girls Ch-e Club 131: Senior Chorus 141: S.G.C. 141: S.G.C. 121 J.G.C. 131: Class Night 141: Posture Club 131: Cltristinas Pageant 141: llac- Calaureate 141: Red Cross Club 141. 1'llXWl"11Rl1. 1l'l1lll'i1' NIXCK. Cen- vrzzl. "l1loudie". 1 pleasing counte- nance Lis no slight udvuntttve. Wlufs Who 141: Ili-Y 13. 41: S.ll.C. 121: .l.l3.1.. 131: 5.1-.1.. 141 g 1h1tp- lain ,I.I3.1f. 131: ,l Club 141: hlascot SGC. 121: llaby Tiger Football 1111: Narsity Football 141. . .5 . .. NN . ' .. sg . buffy' mf 1. , .. 5... 1 1 f at Fw ,.,,., , 1 i V 1 as at 4, Nasa- -.,.. -12--' iss. . . . . ...vs f . .,,. .M Q ,.k..:51 VR ,. . 1 M81 , .. . ' r M? -W ..1,.. ss - 551, QQ., 1 , 1: ' 'A f-if-1 ER: 'Q .1 ' .33 .L5i".:' SENIORS CRIPPEN, MARQUIS FLOYD, JR. General. "Mark". Ability and skill at the easel. Art Editor of Oracle 141: Oracle Staff 141: First Prize Industrial Arts Contest. DAVIS, ROBERTA GORDON. Com- mercial. "Bobby", A sweet smile is hers. Posture Club 131: S.G.C. 141: Junior Chorus 131: Girls Glee Club 141: Sophomore Chorus 121: Christ- mas Pageant 12, 31: S.G.C. Jubilee 141. DICKSON, VERA KATHRYN. Gen- eral. "Country", A spirit sure and fearless shines in her dark brown eyes. S.G.C. 141: Sophomore Chorus 121. DORMAN, BETTY HARRIS. General. "Betsy-Button". Life is a song she cheerfully hums. Winner of Talent Night 131: Girls Clee Club 12, 3, 41 : Talent Club 131: S.G.C. Jubilee 141: Christmas Pageant 141: Oracle Staff 141: Christmas Cantata 12, 3, 41: Baccalaureate 131: Thanksgiving Program 131: Vesper Service 121: Pop Concert 121: Class Night 141: Junior Chorus 13, 41: Orchestra 121: Frost's King Daughter 131. l111WLING, EVA EI.lZAl'lETlrl. Cen- eml. To hurry and worry is not my creed. things will happen so what's the need. Senior Girls' Club 141. FRIERSON, MARY ELLEN. General. "Red", A would be angel of mercy. Class Night 141: Sophomore Chorus 121: Junior Girls Club 131: Senior Girls Club 141: G.A.A. 12, 31: Kno- Jax Club 121: Pepperettes 121: Oracle Staff 121. GARMON. JACK MILTON. College. "Country". As sincere in act as in thought. Band and Orchestra 12, 3, 41: Solo Clarinet 12. 3, 41: Entered Service November I5, I943. GARNER. HAZEL l,OIllSE. Commer- cial. Living her life in harmony. JANUARY SENIORS GEIGER, LEONARD EARNEST. JR. General. "Preacher". Taking life as he finds it. Sergeant R.O.T.C. 121: Christmas Pageant 141: Class Night 141. GREENE, DOROTHY MAGDALEN E. General. "D0tty". The mildest man- ner and the gentlest heart. Senior Girls Club 141: Christmas Pageant 141. GREENE, MARY ELIZABETH. Gen- eral. "Betty". A hint of laughter in her eyes. G.A.A. 12, 3, 41: Tiger's Claw 121: Pepperettes 121: Senior Girls Club 141: Sophomore Chorus 121: junior Chorus 131: Girls Glee Club 141. GRIFFIN, VERNAJEAN. College. "Jean". There's language in her dancing. Senior Girls Talent Night 131: Class Nigllt Committee 141: Christmas Pageant 141: Senior Girls Jubilee 141: Senior Girls Club 141: Sophomore Chorus 121: Junior Chorus 131: Girls' Glee Club 141. HAWKINS, ROBERT BERTRAM. General. "Dob". Ready laughter that is welcome everywhere. HERLONG, YVONNE MARIAN. Co- op. Happy am I, from care I'm free. Co-op Club 13, 41. HOWARD, EDITH MAE. General. "Lil Eddie". The tasks of every day. she meets in a quiet way. Science Club Secretary 121: Science Club Treasurer 131. JOHNSTON, CHARLES HAROLD. General. Noisy in a quiet sort of way. KILBEE, C E C E L I A ELIZA BETH. General. "Cf-I". Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. Representative S.G.C. 141: Kuo-,lax Club 12, 31: G.A.A. 12. 31: Girl Reserves 131: F.L.S. 141: S.G.C. 14-1: Sophomore Chorus 121: Junior Chorus 131: Christmas Play 121: Vesper Service 121 : Pepperettes 121 : Committee S.G.C. Tea 141: Model Garment in P.T.A., Model in Cloth- ing Fashion Show 131: Faculty vs. G.A.A. Volleyball Match 141: S.G.C. .lubilee 141 : Class Night 141: Christ- mas Pageant 141. MALONE. SYBII, ROVVENA. Commer- cial. Fashionable and poised. QIICEIFS Attendant Junior-Senior Prom 121: Sponsor, Jackson-Lee Game 131: S.F.C. Mascot 141 : W'ho's Wlho 141: S.G.C. Jubilee 13. 41: Secretary Home Room 121: President llome Room 141: Secretary J.G.C. 131: S.G.C. 121: .l.G.C. 131: S.G.C. 141: Tri Hi-Y 131: Tiger's Claw Repre- sentative 131: Christmas Pageant 131: Assistant Feature Editor Oracle 141: Talent Night 131: Student Director of Class Night Skit 141: Tri Hi-Y 131: Tigcr's Claw Reporter 131: Volleyball Tournament 141: Christmas Pageant 131: Assistant. Feature Editor Oracle 141: Talent Night 131: Student Director of Class Night Skit 141 : Tri Hi-Y Bazaar 131: Class Night 141: Committee S.G.C. Tea 141: Senior Fellows Bonfire Committee 141: Christmas Pageant 141: Committee Reality Contest for Oracle 141: Winner Reality Contest 141. McNATT, ERMA CLARICE. General. A placid manner as refreshing as a spring shower. Class Night 141: Christmas Pageant 141: S.G.C. Jubi- lee 141: S.G.C. 141: Talent Club 141: Oracle Staff 141: Talent Club Costume Designer 141: Volleyball Tournament 141. MILLIS. JEANNETTE MARIE. Gen- eral 1Gn-np1. ",Iean". Vivacions with a sparkling smile. .l.G.C. 131: S.G.C. 141: D.C.T. Club 141. MORLEY. RUBY. Commercial. Gen- erous with timc and energv. S.G.C. 141: S.G.C. ,Iubilee 141: Christmas Pageant 13, 41: Christmas Cantata 12, 3, 41: Thanksgiving Program 12. 3, 41: Vesper Service 12, 31: Pop Concert 141: Commencement 131: Baccalaureate 12. 3, 41: Class Night 141: Music Memory Contest Medal 121 3 Senior Chorus 141: Girls Glee Club 12. 3. 41: Christmas Plav 121. HURLRERT. ERNESTINE ELIZA- RETH. College. The day is always hers who works with serenity and great aim. Home Room Secretary 121: Home Room Secretary-Treas nrer 141: S,G.C. 141: Chaplain S.G.C. 141: Girls Clos- Club 131: Senior Chorus 141: Clothing Show Model 141: S.G.C. Tea Covnvnittec 141: Ti1ver's Claw 13. 41: Exchange Editor 141 2 Christmas Pageant 13.41 1 Senior Chorus Concert 141: Rav. calaureate 141: Thanksgiving Pro- gram 13, 41 z Christmas Play 13. 41 g Concert at Kirby-Smith 141: Cham- nion Rasketball Team 121: Oi-ill and Scroll 141: Ouill and Scroll Kev 141: S.G.C. Jlllllltxf' 141: Senior Fel- lows llonfire Committee 141: 'l'i-rf-r's Kev 141 ' Student Director for SG.C. ,Inbilee 141: Hi-Y Ballet 141: Class Night 141. MOCK, HELEN. General. "Little-One". No ceiling on pleasantness. Kno-Jax Club 131: S.G.C. 141. MOORE, JAMES F.. JR. General. Think at ease but work on. JANUARY MOORE, WILLIAM GLENN, JR. General. His actions speak as words could not. Home Room Treasurer 12, 335 Chaplain Hi-Y 1435 Com- mencement 1335 Cadet Officer R.13.T.C. 13, 435 Color Bearer 1435 Christmas Pageant 12, 3, 435 Ves- per Services 1235 Christmas Cantata 1335 Class Night 143: Baccalaure- ate 12, 335 Science Club 1235 De- haters Club 1235 S.B.C. 1235 Hi-Y 12, 3, 435 Sophomore Chorus 1235 Junior Chorus 1335 Senior Chorus 1335 S.F.C. 1435 Tiger's Claw 1335 Tiger's Key 1435 Baby Tiger Foot- ball 13, 43. MURRAY, EDWARD HUBERT, JR. College. Watcha laughin' at? De- baters Club 12, 3, 435 Science Club 123. OLIVER, BETTY JOAN. General. She strikes the happy medium. 'iBingo". POLATTY, MARY ELIZABETH. Gen- eral. A cheerful heart makes for a cheerful countenance. RIMES. CHARLIE BENNETTE. Gen- eral. She drifts through life in placid serenity. "Baby',. S.G.C. 1435 Sen- ior Chorus 1335 Christmas Pageant 1335 Thanksgiving Program 12, 335 Baccalaureate 12.33 5 Vesper Services 12, 335 Oracle Staff 1435 Girls Glee Club 1335 S.G.C. Jubilee 143. RING, DOROTHY LAURICE. General. Dexterously pursuing her interests. "Dottie". Orchestra 12, 335 Junior Chorus 1435 S.G.C. Jubilee 1435 Dramatic Club 1235 Oracle Staff 143 5 Debaters Club 143 5 S.G.C. 143 5 Representative Debaters Club 1435 Christmas Pageant 1435 Thanksgiv- ing Program 1435 G.A.A. 1235 Pos- ture Club 1235 Pepperettes 143. ROBERTSON BETTIE ANE. Com- , J rnerrial. Boundless fun, splashing away the silence of the hours. '6Bet". Secretary G.A.A. 1235 S.G.C. 143: S.GC. Jubilee 1435 Christmas Pag- cant. SCHEFFER. THELMA CARROL. Gen- eral. A gracious smile that charms. S.G.C. 143 5 S.G.C. Jubilee 143 5 Class Night 143. SENIORS SMITH, MARGARET ELOISE. Com- mercial. One of life's merrymakers. "Margie". STOKES, WILLIAM DESMOND. Col- lege. In spite of all the learned have said I still my own opinion keep. Kno-Jax Club 1235 Hi-Y 1335 Or- chestra 12, 3, 435 Commencement 12, 335 Tampa Music Festival 1235 Class Night 12, 33 5 Committee Junior- Senior Prom 133 5 Christmas Pageant 12, 3, 43 5 Oracle Representative 143 5 Senior Chorus 1435 Baccalaureate 1335 Tiger's Claw Staff 1235 Vesper Service 133. TANNER, WANDA CAROLYN. Com- mercial. "Bonnie". She's a good friend to everyone, what better could we say. Who's Who 143 5 Span- ish Club 1235 S.G.C. 1435 Oracle Staff 1435 S.G.C. Jubilee 1435 Class Night 1435 Christmas Pageant 1435 Basketball Tournament 1235 Volley- ball Tournament 143. TAYLOR, EARLENE SHANNON. General. Vivacity and reserved sophis- tication. S.G.C. 1435 Committee S.F.C. Bonfire 1435 S.G.C. 1235 .l.G.C. 1335 Class Night 1435 Spon- sor R.O.T.C. 1435 S.G.C. Jubilee 1435 Christmas Pageant 143. THEIS, ELLEN JO. General. Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind. Who's Who 1435 S.G.C. 143: S.G.C. Jubi- lee 1435 Christmas Pageant 1435 Class Night 143. WEISS, MARTIN. General. "Weezy". Pleasant mixture of good nature and seriousness. Who's Who 1435 Staff Officer in R.O.T.C. 1435 President Spanish Club 143. WESSELL, VIRGINIA LOUIS. General 1Co-op3. The merry light in her eye offsets her winsome reserve. Coopera- tive Training Club 13, 43. WOOD, M. ELIZABETH. Commercial. A scholar who finds time to be of service. Acceptance of Mantle 1435 National Honor Society 1435 Senior Chorus Accompanist 12, 3, 435 Christmas Cantata 12, 3, 435 Christ- mas Pageant 12, 3, 435 Thanksgiv- ing Program 12, 3, 435 Ve-sper Serv- ice 12, 3, 43 5 Class Night 12, 3, 435 Pop Concert 1435 S.G.C. 143: String Ensemble 13, 43 5 Orchestra 12, 3, 43 5 Who's Who 1435 Commencement 12, 3, 43 S.G.C. Jubilee 12, 3, 435 Hi-Y Ballet and Concert 1435 Vale- dictorian 143. ,, R Vs 1 -1 45, I vi , W K if , m i 7 i n ".. . ,paw W M4 'briw WL I L it ag , Lf. www A, f M , f .,MsEmnnnumwn.,4wwM. ..,.-Q u W ff hai wwf QM I I JUNIOR CLASS HINGLING ART MUSFUM Sarasota 'Q ' 'R' 5 f . .xml . 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IXIIC NUUNI IH8-llrx. llr1r'Dm1rzl1f---First How: P. Smith. J. Smith. Suhn. Slvap. SUIIIIIHHS. S1-4-mul Huw: lirunllf-y. Yauusml. Singivr. Sirmzm. V. Skippvr. Shallluufl. U. Skippvr. Sl'llI'lNll'HllQIl, C. Smith. Fvrllgrgs. 'l'l1ir4I Kms: Full:-tl:-, gl'llI'iQ'IPl'l'. .lf-M-I. Hl1c'fl'i4'hI, SIIlt'lSt'l', lf. Smith. St'l1f'Ilf'k, SL-lzvr. Sikn-s. Fnrukcr. Mrs. hlalcllmluhl. IN MENIORMNI V The- l'llLlI'IIlH uf youth all umw- am- 5l'Q'l1 amd pus 'Xml lllllllll' says, "They un- lun sum-I In lust WNRY WECXS Su IYIIIUIHS tha- rusv: mul sn thc IIIIISIUIIQ mam! -luyusl 2-I. 1026 .IIIIUIIXI 29. 10,13 V-Sir William ,Inna '75 Q Mr. Spoflorcl. Mr. Alsolmrook, Mr. Sinlnlons, Mr. l'lo1'to11 0LD llICKORY DAll'S CLUB Tho old Hickory Dadis Cluh is llliilli? up cutirely of' 111011 who are inlvr- vstml in the welfare and i11 the sluilents of Amlrcw Jackson High School. This 0I'gillllZiIll0Il is willing to help and cooperate with the school i11 amy- lhiug lhey are able to clo. They hoost the football games aml othvr school activities. Hl3illl,S clubs, and kiiiclrc-ml UI'gZlIllZtlll0llS,-7 says Mr. I. C. Alsohrook, pnssiilciit, "ure very essviitizil to the successful operutioii of our emliurai- tioual system. Lct me urge all parents to affiliate tlwinsvlves with om- of the parent 0I'gilIllZilll0IlS of our schoolf, OFFICERS rvsidml ..... .... l . C. ALSOBROOK SPi'l'C'lill'y .... . . .B. R. Sl'0I"I"0RlJ X lf'l'-lJl'l'Sllll'lll .... . . .GUY SIMMONS TI'CilSllI'0l' .... . . .Cl.ll"l" HORTON l"ir.sl Rule: Helly Footer, Sylvia Fluuniun. .lennie Flauinun. liurl Silas. liohhy Huire. Bill Cumllaeh. .lennie Fay llrznlcloek. Xliriznn Neisllinvm-i'. l'llIIH'l' -Xllen. Xnne Xlurlnnef. l'e1"'v Voss. Doris 'l'awlor. Carol Palriin. Seeorifl RIJIVI Rosalie Nle- P r-P' ' . . w . A rw lllisler. inlnu Leu lXIllilll'I1'li. lmellx lrurren. xII"'IIlIll lialueke. Rlllll l.eomircl. xlilfllill f,llSIl'. fvilll llllVlS. ,loan Illllllll. I 4 w ' 1 V I- w . w - ' ' ,lone Nlnsls-ll. ll:-Ili l,l'lNlllil. l'rum'es 5llllllll'I'S. .lzunes llnsse. IHIIUOIIK' Ilan-e. Ylr. lleinorm-st. 'llnrzl Role: Mla Niue Wright, . . I' ,lane Xlvurez. Pansy Xlkins. lilimlielli Coll. ,lone Tlioinpson. llotlie llyuls. Glenda Seurlmorougli. l,l'1':4I1l4'lll Nil-1--l'res Ser-relz1l'y l reusurer lilluplalin . . , . , . . NA'l'IONAL lIONOIl SOClE'l'Y The nur lose of the National Honor Societ is to create enthusiaisni for l I Y sellolairsliip, to stimulate ai desire to render Service and promote leadership and encourage the development of character. An average of not less than il 'GBM grade is required for membership. The rnemhers ol' this eluh are eurelully chosen hy our principal. Mr. Demoresl and several teachers. O lf' lf' I I IICRS l"irxl Sf'II1f'SIf'l' Officers Seeoml Semesler Officers MAHEES iclenl .... .... N IIRIAM NEIDLINGER . . . . . .. . .ICLIZABETH WOOD .....l'1LlVlEH ALLEN ...DORIS TAYLOR lleporler. . . ......... PEGGY MOSS Sponsor. . . ...MR. Nl. A. OEIVIOREST l,l'0SlCl0lll ............ X iee-President. . Seeretary .... 'llreasurcr .... Chaplain ...... .Ml RIAM NEIDLINGIQR ...IENNIE BRADDOCK .....ELMEli ALLEN Sergeant-at-Arins. . . . . . Sponsor .... . . . .Nl .BILLY GUNIJLACH ...ANNE MaeINNES .......lCARL SILAS R. M. A. DlilVlORlf1ST Officers and Officer Candidates B . 0 . T . C . This year the Cadet Corps, as reorganized under the direction of Coach Hewlett, has taken on new life and is rapidly becoming an efficient well drilled organization. X i Company A-C a d et Captain Bobby Ray, S p o n s o r Ruth Knightg Company B-Cadet Cap- tain Solomon Dirghalli, Sponsor Alice Davis: Company C-Cadet Captain Joe Mikalus, Sponsor Joyce Haddock. Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Pete Johnson, Sponsor .Ioan Wolfeg Cadet Colonel Clarence Aiken, Spon- sor Betty Greenmang Cadet Major Tom Gaule, Sponsor Virginia Clover. Company D-Cadet Captain Billy Gundlach, Sponsor Marie Walk- erg Company E- Cadet Captain David Rains, Sponsor Shirley Thomasg Company F- C a d et Captain Adrian Kinchen, Sponsor Mavis Russell. I .,, ui, 'li fy - ,. ,eb - 5, nf-9' , fr.. 1539 -V .. s,. MH -r ag- rg - . "Lf ,. M'f..,s sf A' 'lil - 94.1191 mr: .lm-L Xllxlllilbll. H. ID. Ili-hhs. Paul Nlvlfuluiigli. lm' Nlikulus. flhzirliv Williamson. ,lllllllly Niwwgnii. Nut Il llill lilIIl1llill'll. QUILI, AND SCRIDLI. 'l'lu- Quill mul Svrull is am illlfxfllillillllkll urgullizulimi lim' high si-luuml -lUllI'IlilllSlS who halvi- clislinguisluul llltlIllS0lVl'S in smmux liichl ul' journalism -uul all llu- s'mu- linu- I't'Ill'lillt'll in ilu- uppvr lhircl ol' llu'ir vlaiss. lN'h'ii1lu'i'- 1 1 l K , SlliIPilWLlr1lS haw luwn mauh- lo lIllilliliil'll nu'mlu-rs ul' llu- Tigvris Claw stall' SiIlf'l' 19250. ,lzlvlxsmi is IH'Ullll ul' ils llli'llllJl'l'5 in lhis hmumr suvivly. For ilu- liirsl linux this y4'ill' six nuxmlu'rs ol' Thr' IIIYIVIU slnff. Doris 'l'uyhn'. llmwvim-vi' M4'Kiiiiis'y. Wlirium Ni-iillingvr, Dllllillly Maitlwws, .-Xmu- Nlawlmu-s mul lm l'ii-riu- Quinn luivs' luwn lllllllillilllil lu nu-mlu-rship lm' lhvir uulslauul- ing work un llu- yi-ur luumk. gxl Ruff: Linus Xlflvlu-ll. Ylill'f1llI'1'l ,lohnsun, Ilumlliy Fouls. lmiisr- llulvliinsun. xlllI'il'xx2lllx1'l'. Iflnwr -Xllvn Swmzn . . , 1 liftlln- 'SOUTHERN COACH AND ATI-ILETE' T0 FEATURE JACKSON The SOUTHERN COACH liz ATI-ILETE magazine will feature Andrew Jackson High in its April issue. This magazine is published monthly during the school year by coaches from various southern high schools and colleges, Linus Mitchell, Dorothy Mat- thews. and Doris Simger, mem- bers of the Tigers Claw staff, were in charge of material on school activities. Pictures of Jackson student life that will ap. pear in the magazine were taken by Mr. Gordon Reeves. Coach Jack Smith, Coach Andrew Hew- lett, Miss Bernice Walton, and Miss Ruth Smith of the physical education department, wrote ar. tlcles on the activities of the re- specllve classes. Coach Smith is a member of the Advisory Board of the SOUTH- ERN COACH lx ATHLETE mag- azine. 0 BOOK GIVEN TO SCHOOL FOR SEAL SALE Andrew Jackson recently re- ceived the hook, "Health Educa- tion," from the Duval County Tu- berculosis Association for the schools being l00'Z' in the 1943 Christmas :zeal sale. The book was presented to the Red Cross Club. APRIL FOOL 0 DON'T GIVE UP GIRIS! Madame Curre4All, t.he eminent x.-iontisl, has discovered a marvel- ous new solution which will enable mu- tu keep one's hair in place without the and of one hairpin. This miraculous solution consists nf liquified hairpins, one and one millionth ounces of horse-tall glue, :md three pans of dirty dishwater. il'lease note that the latter ln- ggn-cln-nt must be extremely dirty.J ll is believed that this discovery will replace the old hairpin for- I-ver. APRIL FOOL o jACKSON AWARDED CUP The Teen Town Club Loving Cup was presented to Andrew Jackson Friday. January 7, at the Cohens' Roof Garden Dance The cup was awarded to Jacksol for having ths largest memberilup in the Teen Town Cluh The trophy was given to Jackson as the climax of the contest betvier-Ji the three local high schools Jnrkson came in Q23 296 and first place 1 has total of members w iz3Lee had Ljhdnn 180 , .Q' f laws A 'l'lGER'S 'N i elsif T' if ,V 'f,?. H Y fg,p0'Ql ff-1, lr' iz ,gf 5 Us 8' L E CLAW ANDREW JACKSON HIGH JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA TIGEIPS clllw STAFF Editor's Note BY ILINUS MITCHELL "A miss is as good as a mile " Five per cent stands between Jackson and hor war bond goal. It's not that Jackson is unpau-10. ':'. ihow would she have accumu. 'Med eighty-five per cent?j Per- haps it's s cas- of goodqpur nat good enough? Do you like tcfhave that said deout Jackson? War is an expensive proposition. Wffe fighting to the tune of 1754 000 dollars per minute, It should not take much reasoning to esti- mate how important every penny is, when you realize that it has taken Jackson more than a month to pay for thirty-five seconds of war. At best, the United States may be in war for another two years, and you've got to pay fur ig, either by war bond savings, or by taxes. The intelligent thing to du would' be to buy war bonds be. eause you get your money back plus a handsome rate of interest. Of course, all this is disregard. ing the human element. War ig horrible, bloody. There's nothing in it to make it worth itself, Since it defeats its own purpose, Wm- makes millionaires but it also makes casualties. Those who ,re exlwcfifig to be oasualties are buying bonds. 'I'hey're giving double. ls it asking too much of the potential millionaires on the home front to do half as much? After all, it's for our own good Lg insure our present safety and our niture security, a IACKSON SELIS 512.73850 N DRIVE During the Andrew Jackson War Bond Drive which began on February 11, a total of 512,738.50 in bonds and stamps have been sold. The purpose of the drive is to obtain the Treasury "E" for excellence. Mr. M. F, Wilson ls in charge of the drive. 4 MITCHELL APPOINTED EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Linus Mltrhell, former feature editor of the Tigers Claw hal been appointed editor-in-chief ol the paper. Other new appoint'- ments include Marie Walker, foa- tuxe editor: and Margaret John- son, exchange editor. Associate editors are Charlie Williams!!! and Bill Gundlszh. Jimmy Mob gan is circulation manager. R. D. Hobbs, Jack Atkinson, Elmer Al- lan. Joe Mlkulas, Paul McCul- lough, and Louise Hutchinson will have the some staff positions as they, did last semester. News reporters are Doris Sing- er, Dorothy Fnuts, Mercedes In- gram. Joyce Williams, Mllllcent Tritt, Dorothy Matthews, and B011 Newman. Members of the feature sta-ff include: David Rains. DOH! Singer, Claire Pos, Dorothy Fouts. Artye Futvelle, and llnuny MGP gan. Those on the sports staff are Peggy Moss, Bob Newman, and Robert Peters. Mary Roman, Barbara Ulf-Chin. and Marion Oisic compose the advertising staff. Donald Degarmo and Don Klnby are on the art staff of the paper. Miss Emily Atkins is sponsor of the 'l'iger's Claw, M .. Ernest Brown Is Spelling Contest Winner Emest Brown, member of tha high senior class, is the Andrew Jackson champion in the spelling contest being sponsored by the Jacksonville Journal, according to an announcement by M. A. Demo- rest, principal, with John Mahon, senior, as seqpnd place winner. Betty Ann Petynia, a member of the junior class and third place winner, will set ss alternate. Brown ,will receive a S25 war bond offered to the winner in each school by the Jacksonville Journal. AIIIDIIIIGEII What A Tiger'S CNW Reporter Will Do For A Story There comes a time in the life of every Jackson student when he asks the age old question, "l wonder how many window panes there are in the auditorium?" Well, you need wonder no IOYIEU f there are four hundred four not counting those in the doors. The auditorium is illuminated bY Um' hundred thirty-six lights hung from thirteen chandeliers. We eat in the cafeteria on forty- Six tables mul url- sitting on ODE of me zhrvf- nunurcu thirty-lW" chairs Your zissigvimvivls are written on one oi' lhr lwu hundred twenty- five blackbnaids and thc- answers are found in um- of the SEVEN thousand, tive hundred books in use by the students. Nxm--teiilhs of every Students varllily possessions are found in one mr morei of the fifteen hun- dred ninety-two lockers in the hallways Your pencils are kc-pt sharp on one of the thirty-seven pencil Sharpeners in the classrooms You tell time by one of the forty-nine clocks in one of the forty-six rooms. The lights are turned on by one of t.he one hundred twentY'0n'f light switches. There are six gold fish in the court pond, and there were eight pennies and a red point. And according tu a conservative estimate the students ask appro- ximately ten million question! daily. WHERE, OH ,WHERE IS MIKE? Mike, the drooling tiger fot- merly used ln the heading of the Tlger's Claw, has resigned his po- sition on the staff and at present is being used on-the Andrew Jack- son decsl transfers. Be sure and get one for your ear or notebook from s.ny member of the Sopho- more Boys' Club. Jolm's Diller' .Mother-In-law I'm about to relate a sad story that I know all of you have ox- perlenced, I tumed on the radio the other day lunmindful of my approaching fatel and lo-this is what I heard. "Mr, Anthony, this is my prob- lem-my wife ran off with some other wife's husband and left me with the 16 kids to raise. Now lt's not that I mind her leaving but she took the laundry with her. "My advice to you dear sir ls- go-go-go-get your laundry at any cost. You can always get a wife but laundry is something different Have I helped you solve your proh- lem, sir, have I?" But that wu the WFOHE Pm' gram. What I wanted was J0hr1'S Other Mother-in-la.w. Ah, here it la now, just starting. "Good momlng ladies lha, hs! How are you this lovely, lovely morning? Now I'll tell you just what to do. Run, not skip, down to your cellar pantry and get a big expensive slze box of Kldlddlee hopper's Breakfast food. Now settle down in your easy chair with l tub full of Kididdlehcp- per's Breakfast food and get ready for our story of the every day. you and I, people of Snodgrass Village, and their true to life events on the successful road to happiness." "Now as we left John yester- day he had just tied une mother- in-law to the track waiting for the 6:15 to come and 'lift one burden from his young innocent life. The other mother-in-law, the one we're really concerned with. ls sitting in-the living room winding a time bomb thinking lt to be an alarm clock. Now we llsten as we continue the story, the other mother-in-law speaks." "I wonder lf this clock is right, it's 6214? I'll bet J0h.n'l mother- in-law is having the time of her life. I wish something would happen to me. I want to get a 'kick out of life." Boomifa big explosion is heard and a train whistle in the back- ground. "Well, dld the train get th! one mohter-in-law today or will her life just linger on? And about the other mother-in-law, did she get her wish? Listen in tomor- row and see what happens. Bo ends today's episode ln this touch- ing. human story" "And naw for our sped!! dfol' of the moming-now I tell you what fm going to do-you said me ln a box of Kldlddlehoppofa and I'll send you back absolutely free, post paid, s box wp. nw fan't that lovely?" "Now until tomorrow at this same time. I remain Y0llf,0b'dl9nl slsveldaxy R,osebloom1ng." Now I ask you, could any o mal human being sit and to that all day long? X. .x .5 6' , -i I' -x Firx! Rolf: 'IR-ll Ne-ulnan, llolu NPUIIIZIII. linrlis U:-al. l'l4lnarml lYIl'illIlll'l'S.CllbfllllllX'1'llS. lloluln Ilain-. lfmlxxawl lionnlrov. 1 llarry' l'e'!ziu1gor, Llark Wilkinson. l5m'li3' llonnlrvz-. Szwoml lfllllf Mr. Wilson. Nan lfolsonis. ,lilIlll'S,l:llSSt'. l'1rm-sl I Y 'l'urluxvill4-, .linnnx lflanlon. ,lollnnv l"lvlc'l1f'l'. .lavk Allainson, lmln-rl Wise-. Xrllnn' Klom-pa-Il. hay llilllill. lfarl 'l'nrlnx'iIlm-. 'Xll'r4'll I,1'l1'I'S0f1.'lllill'l'Ill'4' Xlvlfronv. Frank x1lllllK'I'Vl'lll'In. , . fsfli-44 . 4 A- M A Q, LPM' 1 o,1f 1- Vffk 1 ' ,Ang X ! , ' Ti", f j fiw 1 f7ff'f'g " in 'l I i if if X ul TE E ? lyfl' Zi VX 3 K 97 " A L P II A H I - Y Alpha Hi-Y ol' Jackson has conlinuocl lhis your lo ln' ons- ol' tho most active' organizations in the svhool. Alpha again ilSSllIlll'1l rosponsilmility for lhc u mkce-9 ol' tho school Jalio. Sc-vvral 1llL'll1ll0l'S also worlwll in thc I 1 I oal'utvria managing a lunch counter as a volunlary 0Ollll'llJllll0Il lo the school. A "Ballot ol' the Zvphyrsm was lJ1'1'St'Illt'll to aid in current War Bond Drivvs. Olher avlivitivs inoluclc-cl the manning ol' lhv air-raicl anml firm' SySll'lIl anal tho sponsoring of svveral bond drives. Tho cluh also flnjoyml several socials during lhe yvar. Alpha Hi-Y looks forward to anolhvr ycal' ol' sorvicv to lho school ancl community. 0 If F l C E R S l'n'sirlvnt. . . .... l'1lJWAlllJ M1'CUl.l.ERS Sovrolary. . . . . .BOBBY HAIRIC Vive'-l'l'z-siflm-xml. . . . .BILLY THURMAN Tl'6'ilSlll'0I' .......... . . .CURTIS DIQAI, Chaplain ............ ..... ,I AMES BUSSIC Sponsor .... ...lVlR. Nl. l". WILSON Masvol. .. ...GLORIA GIVENS l"1'rst Huw: .loc Pficffcr, H. D. Hobbs. ,Ir.. liill Gundlacll, Charlie Wiiiiunlsun, David Bains, Moses Lewis. SPCUIIII Ron' Waring Burlwc. lflnier Allen. ,loc Carviu, Cliflortl Evans. X irginiu Clover. Flip ,-Xtler, Charlie flllwrl. Nlvin Sunilin V ., . , , , , , , , ., ltwluml Vvcsllwrry. tlrlrk' Ruff: l,z1lv1n Immn. Lnrl Neulllngcr, Jinnny Williams, lonnny Fouls. Nlillon lirmsn. Fon-sl Daniel. BETA Ill-Y The Beta Hi-Y Club is an organization of hoys in our High School coni- mitted to its purpose and platform. The purpose of the Beta Hi-Y Club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian char- acter. The platform . . . clean . . . living, speech, athletics, and scholarship. Some of our yearis highlights were the Hi-Y Ballet and the Hi-Y hanquet. O F F I C E B S President ..... ........ B ILL GUNDLACH Sergeant-at-Arins .... .... W IOSES LEWIS Yice-Presidcnt ....... CHARLES WILLIAMSON Chaplain ........ ...... J OE PFIEIWIHB Secretary .... .... R . D. HOBBS Mascot .... .... V 'IBCINIA CLOVEII T1'easl1rer. . . .... DAVID RAINS Sponsor .... .... I YOACH JACK SMITH 'T 'rf Chl! lfurnestine l'lurlbe-rt, Cecile Firsl Role: Nliss lippes. Nlurie Walker, La Fernc Quinn, ,loliuny lllellritle, ,luekie jones. liillnee. .g4'1'lIIlllR1lIl'I Gloria Givens. Rose lllurie llotz, Anne Xluelinies. Nlurguret .'Xnderson. Helen Seotten. Sara llitell. Pauline lleunelt. liditlu llowurd. llm-len Nloek. lim-unc-tie Sheppard, Betty Williams. Jennie Fay Braddock. Ann Townsend. Shirley llreunun, Peggy lirennan, llc-tty Sl'lll0lN', Mary Kirkland. ,loyee liluelunun, Nliriznn Neidlinger, Seeoml Razr: Peggiy Moss, Lois liandlof. Roberta Davis, ,luyee llurlbert, Peggy Kennedy, Nlurguret Kinkle. lNlarg:ery Kinkle. Alice Xlellride. Sybil Malone. Dorothy Fouls. .luanita Worley, Katherine Boyer, lfrunee Roberts, Doris Taylor, lfluine Nunez l'e1"'v linker. Ruby Mobly, llorothy lilII'l'illLllI4'l', Ruth Brown, Grace FOXWliI'lll, Carol Purtin. r-rm SENIOR GIRLS' CLUB The Senior Girls' Club is one of ,IHCkSOl1,S most active clubs. This year the seventeenth annual Senior Girls, Jubilee was presented in December under the capable direction of Miss Geneva lilppes, club sponsor. The theme was the Gay Nineties with the title of 'Lllemernber When." Talent Night was another outstanding event of the school year. The clubis aim is to promote co-operation and understanding among its members both socially and scholastically. OFFICERS FifSl Se ,,i.? .W rzfflffm Sect iftf 1 .semsfff fijjim-S if .-.- Sill tfii t .........,....,.. Jouuiw 1v1us1nuE President .....,....,...... 1.A FERNE QUINN va .-f-. I' ,-.- Sill t-,. 1... ...1.A FERNE Quinn vit-e.P 1-.f Aiden... ...NEl,l. DUNCAN s fx.-iQf- my .... ...JACKIE JONES su-1-Amy ,.... .... J Alililld JoNEs 'r .-t-t. Ai itt- .- .... ........ M Altlli WALKER TI'CZlSl1I'Pl'... ...MARIE wAi,14E1t Chaplain... ...EAENEs'r1NE Hl,lRl,BER'l' cihapiaan .... .... P ANsYA'n41Ns nf-, ,tti -ter... ...cEcEi,1A KILBEE iiepot-in ,... .... 1 VRANKIE n1Ncl,E sl ,.,., Sm- .... ...Miss GENEVA EPPES Sp titt Sur. .. .Miss GENEVA EPPEs i , , First Row: Louise Hutchinson, Betty Jean Lanier, Mercedes Ingram, Barbara Lanneau, Margaret Johnson, Fanny Sanford. Second Row: Shirley Thomas, Imogene Presson, Nell Duncan, Dorothy Mathews, Doris De Haas, Mildred Leonard. Betty Calhoun, Mary Owens, Grace Prevatt, Shirley Krauss, Barbara Buchanan, Jeannelle Brown, Betty Joyct-. Third Row: Sue Hilton, Shirley Stephens, Artye Futrelle, Frankie Dingle, Mary Roman, Miss Morgan, Joyce Williams. Lucy Stapleton, Carolyn Strong, Lucille Bailey, Bernice Lord, Jean Faucette. Not in Picture: June Musleh, Mary Rose Howe. " nf,., I I JUNIOB GIRLS' CLUB The Junior Girls, Club is composed of Junior girls who are interested in promoting school activities. These girls have helped in forming a closer relationship among the student body. OFFICERS President ..... ..... B ARBARA LANNEAU Treasurer .... .... B ETTY JEAN LANIER Vice-President .... .... M ERCEDES INGRAM Chaplain .... . . .FANNY SANFURIJ Sf'cretary ..... .... M ARGARET JOHNSON Reporter .............. LOUISE HUTCHINSON Sponsor ................ MISS ANN MORGAN lfirsl Ifllllf Slllfllj' Swint. Put Wilson. Nitu 'l'urnm-r. Carolyn Miller, Miss lxIl'lJLlIllt'l. Joyce lluddovli, Elaine Knight. lim-lly Iloln-rls. Nlivlwy Nlills. Sl'f'lll1ll Row: Put lirensliaw. Libby ,lo Folsom. ,loan Wolfe. Palsy Ross. Doris Singer. Nil?-I'Illlll'y Slllllfl. Ruth Xluxwvll. cil'1ll'QllillIllLl Clark, llvlvn l'enn,,Iez1n Sylnons, Leona SZIIIISIHI. Elise' Wood, ,lean Wilsic, l'Il'lllll'l'S l,llll1'LlIl. lfurol Knapp. TIIE SOPIIOMORE GIRLS CLUB The Sophomore Girls Club was organized for the purpose of promoting lrieiidship among Sophomore girls. This year, with the help of our sponsor, lVIiss McDaniel, We, of the Sophomore Girls Club, have tried to the utmost of our ability to create a better understanding among ourselves, our fellow- students and the faculty. OFFICERS I' i-4- sirlenl ..... .... I IAROLYN MILLER Treasurer .... .... E LAINE KNIGHT Vice-I' n'c: sidenl .... .... J OYCE HADDOCK Chaplain .... .... N ITA TURNER S i-i-n'i: tary ..... . . .HELEN CROXTON Reporter ............ . . .PAT WILSON Sponsor. . . .... MISS MQDANIEL vi 2- 'tudli First Razr: Miss Soderstroln, Eugene Haire, Geraldine Stovall, Virginia Baacke, ,lean Fliess, Carol Deters, Betty Ann Pctynia. ,loan Tatum, Carolyn Ramsay, Alvin Burt, Evelyn Candeto. Second Row: Ruth Leonard, Mildred Smith, llorolhy - Ryals. Billy Cohen. Earl Shimp, Paul Smith. Third Row: Miriam Cusic. Gail Davis, Inez Augustine, ,lane Thompson, X Myra Stanley, Lois Taylor. Peggy Baker, June Musleh, Wanda Brown, Marie Moe, Fourth Row: Ray Owens. EL CIRCULO PANAMERICANO LA JUNTA DIRECTIVA Presidentes ..... ....................... IV IARTIN WElSS, JEAN FLTESS Vice-Presidentes. .. ....... JEAN FLIESS, CAROL DETERS Seeretarias ..... ....... M ARIE MOE, VIRGINIA BAACKE Tesoreras. ..... EVELYN CANDETO, BETTY PETYNIA Capellanes ............ PAUL SMITH, PAUL SMITH Reporters. ........ RUTH LEONARD, ALVIN RURT Consejera. ............................ VERNA SUDERSTROM PROGRAMAS DEL AN O I lnieiacion II Velada musical III Hora de uquizzn IV Actividades de Navidad V Discursos-HTl1e Pan American" VI Dialogues Vll Pelicula-HOur Neighbors Down the Road." VIII Merienda de mate IX Gira campestre "No one has yet discovered a better key to understanding the culture and mind of another people than its languagefl lfkl 61111 llllllll Xl llll P114 It I 1 11 y IH 1111 1 ll1 111 11l NI1l11111-. 11111111 '11 N11 1111 N , .111 ll 1 1 1111, xllllll 11111111 lflfll 111 1 1 11111-1l1 N 1 11r1 llll 18 1 111111 l11l111 51.1111 11 1WlN VN 111111 X 11111 1 If 1 1 11 K ix, I 1 sl C1111 Kl'lllll l 1, I Il 11l1 Ill 1111-1111 I ll ,l1, S11 1.1111 11 1 N I11111 lll111i1-I, Ink 11111 H ll. H11 11111 - 1111 11.11115 l111 ll , .1ll1 11111111111 lllllll QR a 3 1 J A W, , Q .vi Row: l"rancn-s Roberts, Peggy linker. Solomon Dirgllalli. Anne Maelnnes, La Ferne Quinn. Peggy Moss, Nliriam Q1 gm-irllingr-r. Doris Taylor. Margaret johnson. Paul ivliillllltlllglll. Leona Sampson. Second Rolf: Carolyn Miller. Mereedes Ingram. Louise- llnlchinson, Ile-ttye ,lean Lanier. Mary Roman, Pansy Atkins, Mary Rose llowe, Nita Turner. Doris Singer. llc-lures Slnilmod. Shirley Swim. Elise Wood. Third Row: llill Gundlaeh, William Fortenlmerry, Richard Dean. .lov Baker. Mrs. Xlclicc. BED CROSS CLUB The Red Cross Club, organized in 1932, has been of great serviee to the school. 'aWe Servell is the motto. The purpose of this elub is to help everyone in time of distress and to offer and give friendship to all. This year the club sponsored the Membership Drive, the Christmas Seal Drive, and the infantile Paralysis Drive. OFFICERS Firsl Sf'1m'sler Officers Second Semester Officers President ................. LA FERNE QUINN President ...................... PEGGY MOSS X if'e-President. . . .... SOLOMON DIRGHALLI Vice-President. . . .... ANNE Mar-INNES Secretary ...... .... M lRlAM NEIDLINGER Secretary ...... ...DORIS TAYLOR 'llI'1'ilSlll't'l' .... ............ P EGCY MOSS Treasurer .... ...... P EGGY BAKER Reporter. . . .... MARGARET JOHNSON Chaplain. . . ....... TOMMY FOUTS Chaplain ........ ..... l .UCY STAPLETON Reporter ........ .... P AUL McCUl.LOUGH Sponsor .......... ....... lV lRS. McKEE Sponsor .......... ......... M RS. Mt-KEE llonorary Sponsor. . . .... MRS. WELLS Honorary Sponsor. . . .... MRS. WELLS st R111 1itl1. lle1'l1crt St. John. llewew II 11 ll tl I1 11 I1 Xndw llewlitl. S1'l'0lIlf Rtlllf Russell Floxd John N1 1111 1 not 1 1 fillis. Hoses Lewis. Thin! RUIL L nel 1111 1 1 1 1 1 111 s It 1 1 in old. liolnhy Huy. Fourth RIIIFZ ton Jmwn 1 Idll Ill IPII Il 1 1 1 lffll Razr: Xlvin Burt. Bolmh 1 1111 X IIHHIV X 1 1 THE HJ" CIU tht J Club of Andrew Jackson Hlffh School IS Illillt up ol boys who hue tttuned letters through 1JElI'tlClpelt10I1 in a sport Oll 1 warslty te 1111 The x IIIUUH spoils in which a boy may participltt toward clttdllllllff th1s o il 111 lootb 1ll lnskethall, baseball, track, ttxlllllb, 1nd SWIITIIHIIIU Tlns club was organized for tht purpost of creltlnff in lllllltxlblllllllllf nnong the boys who show their athletlc ability Tht H16lIIlJt'I'S of tl1e cluh operated 1 concession stind 1 ordel to 1 1 mont to hu "Jw ke s for its Yfeltlulllllu rnemlpers and il o to lin 11111 1 Y Y Y 5:1 za hanquet to which IHEIIIIJCYS and their d itts were lIlV1lLtl 0 F F I C ll l'IlSl SlIIItSl!'l' Ufficws 91101111 S 1111111 U flltl? . .HERBERT ST. JOHN .....PHILl,II' ATTER DHOBBS . .LONNIE WURSHAM . . .DEWEY COTHERN EARL SCARBUROUGH XX Illlilllli. l'l'1'riflr'lll Xll'l'-l,I'l'5 St'l'l'l'l2ll'j ll'1'ilSllI'4'l Nfnlwl: lh-Ily .learn I,uni1-r. Ifilxl Knut ll11l'lval'al lmllwzllx. Nlill'g14ll't'l ,llillll5Ull, Mary Uwm-ns. Nlrs. lluris llivlx. .Xrlyv l'llII'l'll4'. Nvll lllllllllll. xll'I'1'l'lll'i lllgilllllll. Tllirzl Ruff: sllll'll'y Kl'1lllS4'. lfaumy Slllllniifll. llulm NUWIHLIII, llnris 'l'nylm'. ,Ingu- F. L. S. ' N. 1 'z - ' v 'mr Y.W.C.A., is an lypivul ,lill'liS-Ull club. 'l'l14 ll l S 1 ln null ul llu ,lunu llu purpusc- is lo 411-wlup l'llill'ill'lCI' and ll1'0IlI0lt' squurv living. During llw l K.. xc ll lln- rm-mln-rs ul' lllis vlulm llilVk' palrtivipallwl in lllfx scrap pupvr flrivv l :xml nllu-r pzllriulif' uvlivilivs. ,luinl Inu-lings lulw lwen he-Ill wllll llw Ill Y lluvs lm' lllv purposv ol' IDI'0IllIllllll9,' in lwltvr rc-'lutionsllip lwlwvm-n lmys I ulvnl, .. ...... Nl'II,I, DVNCAN ml gurls. U I" l"li1I'IRS ... .l4li'l"l'Y ,IICAN LANIICH Clmpluin. . .. . . . . . . . .NlAll'1' OWICNS 5f'l'gl'illll-ill-AFIHS. . . .. . .ISARHARA l,ANlNl'lAl' Nluswt ............ .... B II,I,Y MAIJHAY llvlmrlvr ....... .. . Spunsor ............. ....Mlilll1lClJl'1S INCRANI MAIiGAlilC'l' .lUHNS1lN ........BOB NICWYNIAN ...MRS DORIS Hllill lxfivvlillgz A -. 'K - ww. 1 Us . 1 Iiulh NI ixwll Iluli Ile III I'il XXII nn I'il N Iwss. Doris SIIIQLIT. I'IIisn- Wmul. SI1irI4'x Swim. Ilairriv Illxv I III I I nn Inn Inlin nn It in XXII It 1 .lay 'osx . , 5, 5 .. 'L s -. .5fllIllIllHI IPRIII Syinuns. liurul Knapp. Ifulliewiiie- Ilunna. I'r1n1'c' Il :nl Aung. xlfglllllll Izslvs. Irwin: Fzinison. IIIIUIILI Ilu Ilnsa.-. S. L. F. ry N 1 .. . s 1 Hass xII4If'I'hUll. Iivtly Iinlwrls. Ilurulliy Igl'illIIWI'l'y. xIIt'Ix1'j' NIiIIs. Nilai 'I'nrm-r. ,Ynl in l'1'r'1r1r1': II:-I1-n lirnxlini. ,lnnnni Ihr- b.I,.If., u nvw iltIlIlIl0Il to lhv Y.W.L.A., has 4-iitviwl mI1oIc In .ulv1IIx' into lhv awtivilws nl sc-Imul and cmnmunity. Its rapzlhlv and r'l1lI1l1sinsli4' S dl' I 'Q ship and lIIllIUl'SIiIlllIIIlg annong girls IIll'UlIgII lhc- various - IIXIIH nIIi'i'v'I Ihvm hy lhv CirI Iicsm-1'ws. Inllci whilnzn- sponsor, Miss .5iinIf?rsmi. has ussist1'1I lhc cluh in promoting X I' ' During thv annual IVIilI'l'Il ul' IIinn's. lhv S.I..F. vollm-teal Iur this 4Iriw svve'1'z1I Innes 1Iu1Iy Inr il period UI' unc wvck at the Ca1piloI rIII1l'ilIl't'. IIirIs from the m'IuIJ heIpeLI in l'Lil'Il1g for the chihirvn al Ihr- 'I .W.lI.:X. nnrs spokv at ,IacIxs0n. U If I" I I. I' i-1- siilf-nt .... ..IiI.ISE WOOD Xi 1-f-- I' 1-41 sid f-ii i. .. ...DORIS SINGER N1'rPIz1ry... ...SHIRLIQY SWINI' SIDUIISUF. .. Ii Ii S IIIl0ii.4Ill'Pl'. . Chaplain. .. Ix:'pm'ivr ........... . .MISS ANIJIQRSUN fi ry ut Ifhrislmas and at thv I31'vntwoocI I3roj0c't nursery iluring thai spring mzinih 1. Thx' S.L.F. was onv oI' thv sponsors of Ur. GIYICG' Shaun Ovvrlon whi-n sh:- ...XIII ...IIAI CINIA ICSII N IIIIIC IJIXUN I'A'I' WII5 W! . If L-U rwrling: lluris Singzvr. Hzlrlruru nlll'llLlll2lH, SUIIIIIIUII Dirghalli. Sue Hiltoh, Mary Russ- lfnwfx Fl'Zlllf't'S l,m'kvrman 1 s hors. llnmtlly Nlulln-ww, Hurlnural Xlllllilll. Srurzflirlgz Ri1'llZlTll W'f'Slh1'rry. l.in11sMilcl1:-ll. TIIOIIIHS Hicks. Marizuu Imll o luyw- llauhluvk. l'uulim- llzlgv. 'l'lnn1ms Xllllll'jlll'll, fllilfil N1m'Call'ly. Leona Sxlmsun. llluirv- Puv, ,lzwk Mkinsun. liulx 1 lllllw-r. l:i4'llJll'lI llumllv. Nlifs lippvs. 1 ,f IIRAMATICS CLUB 9 J M ,, U I' I" I C IC R S N im'-l'l'1'si1lr'l1l vlxI'l'llSlll'0I . . . llhuplnin. .. R1-pm'lm'. . . Sponsor. .. l'r'1'slrlv11l ....... Sl'1'I'1'lil ry ....... ...HMAHY IRUSIC IIOWIC ..........Sl3lC IIILTON .FHA NCES IXJCKICIRWI AN ..SOl,OMON IJlIiGHAl,l.l .....BIl.l.Y THURNIAN .........,l'ATSY RUSS UMISS CICNEVA ICPPES 4 TIM- Uluilllallics lllulr is dvvotcml, as llw nanw imlivzllcs, lo I'os1e'1'ing llll mznlic- tulm-nl in Jackson High. For years il has l'lll'lliS-hill' an uutlvl for hu lrioniu ulrilily auuung llw slumlvnts. During this suzxson llw club llfhlllll lwo pluvs: "lVluiml ol' Fl'illll'l'M. il Chl'iSlIIlili-1 play givm-n for lhc' Pi!I'l'lll-Ttx2ll'lll .'XS5OI'iilliUIlQ and "Ono fllmslly EVI'llillfI,H, an vmmwly givvn for llw lll'llffll V 1. V .- ff uf ilu- C Illll'l W'lI' livllvl lhvsv alvtivilivs, whivh hvlp lu sustain and unix 1 A L . lypivul ul' llll' ,Iuckson Clubs. inslillltion ln on mln- rm-1-ord mul rc-putulmn ol lhv vlulm whwh has lwc-onu' am ,lac-kson. am' worthy ul' U1llllllllxllllillillll. Tlw Dl'illllillil'S f lulw li prmul lo ln I ' f I IKVIIFPITIIH' James Cordrav Walter Brown Bob Burkhalter Li Q M't h II J k Ak' . t . . ' . , nu. IC e . ac . t'lnson, Frances Loekcrinan. Curtis Tillman. Th 1: H"ks. S ri' ff: El 'z lln- K ' ' 'f ' ' ' '- om is ll mn III, rw irc rf. ennetli Conner, Wllliant Drlser, Norma ,lean Dilbert, Betty T'lt'PltltlIl Miriam Portnoy, Mary Hose Howe. Arthur Talisman, William Rose, Mrs. Coleman. Not in. Picture: William Foor. liol Peters. Elise Wood, Doris Singer. . FORENSIC ACTIVITIES The aim of the Jackson Debating Society is to promote, stimulate, and encourage interest and ability in debating and to educate its members along the lines of public speaking, clear thinking, and logical reasoning. Mem- bership in this organization grew to such an extent this year that it became necessary to limit the size of the society. The league enjoyed a banner year in debating activities, defeating the Orlando Forensic Leaguers, state cham- pions, in three out of five debates, thus winning the coverted MBob Peters' Debating Trophy". The society gained national recognition by being asked to join the National Forensic League, which allows only 500 chapters in the United States. President .... Vice-President. . . Secretary .... Corresponding OFFIL ....JACK ATKINSON . . . . .LINUS MITCHELL . . . . . . . .FRANCES LOCKERMAN Secretary .... CURTIS TILLMAN ERS Treasurer. . . . . Reporter . .BOB BURKHALTER ... . . .JAMES COHDRAY Chaplain .... .... T HOMAS HICKS Sponsor. ...lVlRS. COLENIAN 5'Ill'Il' Nl'ulnnn'1 I"-rmnn lla-lm-n lJIl'lxll'lI'l. lluris lll-llzms. 'lluvmus lpplvyurml. Immun Nlmlxmn x l mm lll llllll .lf I . . ll li 'l"lxl I' ll 1 Ill xlllllli', lllurlullm' llllillips. Sffllllllflgf 'Z A f ' 41 s . 0, l'-'ll'I"H lll"IXl II 1' II b Nlilwx Nlills. Nilflllil llillm--r. Nll xl2N'llUllI4'l. 1 I. D1 U l'l'l'Slllt'lll .... X ll'l'-llI'1'Sllll'lll S1'4'll'lSll4X .... l'r4- Nimls-nl .... live--l'H-5i1l1-url 54'1'l'4'lzlI'f .... lI'l'il5lII'1'l'. . . ,tl lll, 4 .HICNIICX li NlvlilNNliH' 'l'I li1NlAS Al'i'IAl'1N,'XlilH ' ' t'.5Hlrl Hgll Illu llllllllll llUl'Ii l.1'r'. llivllzml Wa'-ilu-rrp. lltllN SQTIENCEC Cl4Ulf U l'l If l 11 IC ll S 'l'l'vu:1ll1'm'1'. .. . . .llUlll5 llcllrX X5 lllllllllillll ............ ..... l lUlll5'llAYl, x ll4'llHI'l1'l' ............. ...l5lI.l, lll Nlllnxl ll SUIAJNICIN lllliflll.-Xlll SllllllSUI'. . .. ..... . .. U I" ll .....l0llN lllllllCIl'l'N .. . .XX M.'l'lCll ICIAZICIK JUIIN 9'I"NIfIfUIilJ ISUISISN SVx'lNIDl,lC XIISS Mau-IM ll0YS' CLLII S0 I' ll 0 Nl 0 I5 IC 'lK'l'l'i 4 11 l L lllmpluin ....... ,..... , lllllN XX Ill 51'l'g4'ul1l-all-Arms.. .... 'l'UXlNlN lflll IH Xlusvnl ........ .... l .ll4liN ,IO lf0l,S ' ' ' .,... XIISS ICNIIIA .'X'l'l4 blmmlfnl ....... l"lIXl Kun" mlm Wllilf-, ,lulm Slullllml. ,lulln llulml-rly.' Lilllvy ,ln lfulsum, xxlllll'I' l"l'1l l Sf-rnllfl Run: Iiulpln lwlv. .luv Ikllwr. llulwrl Vvullv. xxllllillll llillxlxvll llulr llurlxlmllt I 1-r lhnllln 5HlIlllll'. llllllllllh lu ll lfalrl l.z1nm-am. ig t mpg p p gmiv , . . , p 21111-av t sn First Knut Cary Harvey. Clyde Loun, Nerlon Held, lfmnk Donaroniy. William Cigl. Bill Turner. .lzunes liirliurmls. liolm X11-IA-od. lftlwurrl Rounlree. llieliarcl Forbes. -Xllierl Levy. lfillfl Howell. Seeoml Rolf: Lillian xll'l,t'HlllDll. Betty ,lune Flvllllllgl. litllel Porter. Mary Louise llauglh. Hose Marie Hotz. Elizulmelll fXeosIz1. ,luanitu Bowles. .lzleltie Sll'll'lililIlll. l' hllt l'l u Pe ll Woll lo ' H l lnn ene fork lelnnette Suit ju ' gl I Tl' I Rr Nl: Xnl l"lllIll 445 . ' AS". 'll' 1. . ll1St' UTS , lg. . 1 ', , L . 'b . Hlllltl . 'Ul . Ilft fll'Z S. J N' '1 '. thezul 1'oor1linutol'of IJ.C.'l'. progruni in ,luelisom'illel, RlCllLlI'll Suntllrerg. Herman .'xlt'X2,lll4lt'l'. ll. ll. Nolte-rls. Yvonne lla-rltnigl. Xirginiu Wt-ssl-ll. Germ-va Yann. .Mltlie Nlilligun. joyee Healy. Cloria Mellonzllml. :Xliee Nlrllriale. Doris Sunilule. ,loyvv llugun. Nliltlrr-ml llielxs. ,lean Boyer. Lillian Powell. litlllll llee Harker. lfliurlolte tfurusilx. lflliolt llonuronlzl. Nlrs, Nlurjorie lily llleluteml Stutly 'lleuellel' lY.,fX.S.I. Nlr. li. H. 5ll0lili0I'll leoormlillzllorl. Fourth Rolf: llolwrl l'n-rrp. llonler lllllllllll lxnl lxiu Ilt lie l lN ll NI l ll ll ll 'ax' " er. ,lutlson Iii". rnurm ilIlt'lllQ:lIl. . evi e Yam 'ortl. fllifl'ol'ml 'lllll'Ilt'l'. .lim llulvllinson. l'lI'LlIllx llollnmn. Llytlt- linker. l4llIllk'll xlllfgilll. xlliflll ,lollnslon. No! illtllflll ,Iaunes ltllls. D. C. T. CLUB The Jackson D. C. T. Club tmore fanliliarly known as the Co-Op Clulvj is composed of the students in the Diversifieml Cooperative rllfilllllllg pro- granl. One of the largest Clulms in school. with il present enrol'n1L'nt of filly- six, this cluh is affiliated with the State Federation ol' D. C. T. Clubs. whieh inelumles 22 D. C. T. programs in high schools all over the stute. The purpose is to give the students of this progruni an opportunity for CXll'il-C'll1'l'lCL1lLiI' activities, hoth social ancl cultural in ngllure. We strive to make the name "Co-Op" signifiuant of all our uetivities. OIVFICERS I'lIAl'Sf Senleslel' Officers Seeollrf Sl'lll!?Sff'l' Uffirers President .....,. ........ l i0BlQli'l' NICOLS President ......... ....... J AN'llfS l'llllllAlillS Niue-l'resiclenl. . . .... JAMES lllCHAllUS Xlll'-Pl'l'Hlfll'lll. .. ..,WlI.I,lf'xIXl 'lll'liNl'lll Seerelury ..... .... X lliCllYlA WlQ5Sl'll,l. Seeretary ..... .... l tiblitlltl' N'lel,l'iUll ilil'0ilSlll'l'l' ...... ............ B ll.l,Y GICL 'llreasurer ...... .,.... I 3ll.I,Y LZIGI. S6'I'QIt'2llll-ill-APINS. . . . .HIJWARD HOUNTREIC St'I'gIlAHllt-ill-Al'lllS. . . . .tII,YDlC BAK!-IR W, ls i .,, 21 L' M wf.....o ' W "x , A ,. v' -. I , ff : ,. 'w pg. wg, 3 'J ' f ., ff 2, , 3, 5 . ,ps - Q 1. 2,551 'f H 'f?'f 61,12 " .1 e J q . f X f , E ' - . g 'P' x . K, A . -5 D. J-' qv., -1 6-79" . Q g .0 .av--' .uv u-bu., Q I- Y Y -" ff , if. ' I Q U P S' 6 ,, 'Q ', ll , 'Y . lf! Q , P- r x' ' E qs I a I. - in M U A ' ll L. f - - , - . 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GILlHCH'l' AXIJIJIKESSES 'HIE LIL.-X55 'D-'LLL 0l"I' INITO THE WORLD "SHliEPSlKlNS" IN ll.-XND livvlls .I IS ,lunv lluriu Hom-F I.4-vis ff", . X cn add' ,gd if 'U Q PDQ-..- .IUIIIIIIIW Sybil XIAIIUII1' Aloe' IIUIIPY ,, . , ss-isyfgf, 1, 3 Y3!55fQEZ, , T 'i ggi? L fm iflfffa' V i"':'fw,1 5 L ,- -...M Q M- M - ,f:sr,,3.. A' A ar . mmiw rad.. sv .4 vv 0 XI' um' I IIQLVIIQ llzlir ll.-ns lame-I' '- ,K K Jlllllllll'-S Nlartin .. 55 1' . A rrllvih -J-1,4-0' '9 9' ..-if .ls L J' .f,,4""". Q' . . 5- EX' . ,Q ,, .Q Q J: .. In R ,Q . ,L +5 ww Y 4 L M. fl' . rg , f ? iv 3' A 4, , , :M v ?' ' ii, ,655 K x if 5 fb M' .H 3335 ' avg. Q if ef if? f-if " fif, N jak. M-nn? v 1 'Q' ,wh N , pi . - Q. wffx .wiv-X i 5 N i 1 x 3 K 3 1 w , 1 ' .v' Y N Aw x .1 ' Q z 1 . S ,.,,. Q A w X x Q- 4 E X Q KY ..,:. Q ,,v'M' R Jllllllllfj' l'xl'illlk xxlllfillhll wanulan :Nw-Mb... ,JI :tw ,L I ,lunv Philip M' l'lip" Ulm' 4 u-Li: UIIPS ,Sv Mm Q 1 V 3 L RY D m 5 fr' .Wa Z 5 1 ' 5 I 5 A-""'T'5f' ,- I fwm4,4'SXxk 3 5 ? ! E Q-ug, 74'--v . if -.VK . hw Y':'v-1 Wi? Q. S Q' 2 1 Q F .f , "QQ, X -WM Q ,Sk ww .eq , was . 3,3 F I i sw? -eng K 5 '-"1 wlwm , Pr' 38 ,,..!'J'-5' T':f 7? ,A A my 3.4, w 55, XI IBICIKS Ulf' 'I'llli IIIASS WIIWS WI IU fII.XSS 0l"ll'll'l'l'Q Kid 'S JANUARY I' I. A S S sl-Mol: l"l-1l,I.UWS lll,l I5 Day JUNE CLASS SIGN ION l"lil.l.0WS CI.l W ll RM II .lf WI' 'X Fl" NIICNHSEIIS OF THE CII,-XSS SENIOR GIRLS CLIF!! -x A s M M W Y i ul l,nul.'in,u lim! Ill -lruuml I4 lm Ihr-:milf Xlzlvis Nurs:-ll ,lawkiv ,loin-s Pllilip Xllwl JUNIIDR GIRLS' ,AV l'0l'Ul.AIll'l'Y CON'l'ES'l' jq f " 1 lluxl l'np11lur X E lx f Hvxl lI1'vs.w4I fr pf LU Cup lllurin lm:-ns J xll'I'1't'Al1'!4 lnggraun IC. NN. li if ' 'I'llE 0llACLE BEAUTY CON'l'ES'l' l"rm-1- Irulluls W4-r4' giwn lo vwry llli'llllll'l' ni' lhv lnzmc' rmmls. Wham llu vs wvlw' cmlllllml. lln' lvn lliglufsl lllllkillg cmllvslullls vullllwlml in il lhlu mlay culllvsl ul il lwllllfy' il volv. Tin' f,.UlIft'.Yf!IlII.Y .YUIIlillflfl'!l I ulmu- 'l'alylnr. Nlzuiw Hubs:-ll I"l'ill1l'l'5 Wynn. Syl: 511111 liilvll. Palsy Russ XII Illiil Ulm:-V. ,luvkiwf ,Imws lllurfu Cin-Hx. In lf.-lm 4 mm, rj 3 igasz .,,. 'msd . , if 1"I'1'Sl l'lr11-1'----Nlauis Russvll li URACLE BEAUTY CON'I'ES'l 501111111 l'l11r'1'--l.a1 lfvrm- Quinn YIMXY lx x iiiszximii Pk W' 'I' II E 0 Il A C I, E ll E A U 'I' Y C 0 N 'I' IC Il'llI'l'll l'fr1r'f' Sybil Mulmn- K IIlI'fll Plan-w Sam Nile-ll Fi-fill l'lm-1 'rm Snap Shot 3 2' Daie ?'a1 sent SPORTS CATCHING SAILFTSH Off Palm Beach fb .X s,!,', XX "ful Nair: NIV. NI. X. Ili-:umm-sl, XIII. Ilvnry IIim'Ii:mIsuii. 'XIl's. II. W. Xinsil. Hrs. Iluy I,, Simmuiis. XIrs. XY. II. Ilaunsziy. XII I I lnIm un S I l':u NI: Incl Y Iuupfi XII Kiln Iliml ui XII XX I' XM 1 XII I NI I'uI1i F. .. 9,4 s ..l'4'Ulll xi 'Z S. "' . A 'S. ' ' ww . 's, . '. '11w'A. 'S. ,. . " Nlrs. II. II. NRIIIQLIU. ATIILETIC BO0S'l'EllS CLUB , , . . . llu- ulnjwls ol this cIuIi ure: , y . . - . . . . I. Io Imrmg lo lIw ulh-iilioii nl AINIITW ,lavksmi N-iiiur High bc'Ii1mI mul lhv Cilv nIi,Iau1ksmlviIIc' lIn- vuluv UI' 1-Ivan ilIIlIl'IIl'S in lIiis sui1I si-Imul. 2. 'Iwo c'sIa1I1IisI1 the Iiucl lhul IIN' Iuir uml vliiivvlivv way III' Iiringing puImIi4' opinion to Iwalr on zltlllelivs is IIII'll lIiv cf0llsll'll1'liv1' IIIUIIIUIIS OI' I-mplmsis on the Iwsl vncollrugilig lmulcrs ami purlicibpunlsg mil lIiru vrilivism. 3. 'I'u 1-iicroiinigv QIIIPIIIIZIIICU ul all gzum-s in wI1ivIi slmlvnls UI' .Muln-w ,IRIVIXSUII Ullllxl' als COIIIFSIEUII or CUllIt'SlilllIS. . In givu our moral, spiritual, amd pI1ysic'uI supporl lu ull Imys uml girIs who Imvv won Iwuur and cIisI.imtlimi Im' Amlruw ,Illl'IiSOIl High S1-Iuml. 5. To slucly tIw gilIl10S in which our Iioys uml girls luiw pairl so us lu Imusl nmrc' inlm-Iligenlly. U I" I9 I Ii Ii II 5 I'rI-side-ul ...... ...MHS Cl Y I,. SIMMONS Sm-rvlury ...... .... N IHS. XY. II. IIAMSAY YIf'I"I,l'l'SI1Il'IlI. .. .... MRS. W. C. IIICNIDIIY Trezisurvr ................. NRS. C. N. YINAI, Iinrn-spuiirliiigz S01-rvlalry ...... IVIIIS. W. U. WATIQINS 5,,,,,,g,,....-.-an Ox L.....,.,.i IXXIVII I L .6 .X . N " . F .J-,I ey b KLJQ - X I, E . jx! H an was F515 'cg . 1 IIICXI x ll XIIIII ,fx-t up 1 J ff 11' ' ' Hi SPONSORS FOR LEE-JACKSIDN GAME IZIIIIUI' Xpplv. xlllltxlft' Aluuvs. lf. XX. Hvwls, Gloria Dung- lals. liurlruru Lllllllkklll. llalnu Nullnn. TIIUIIILIS Zurn. :xml Xlnws l,1-mf. i 19 .1 MANAGERS FOB 1943 SQUAD "Flip.' Xltvr. Kenmfth CIDIIIIUFG. I51'IlHl'lIl Wllillingnm, :xml Xlvin Burk. '- x' y , . , J' r ' 1 s ,JJ ,f-Fe- ffm A 2' v .u 71 ,M if uf if -n..,,k -,Q "NK ,M 3 "221,W,.,-1' i is me , B , gswiw ,, 4 , e, f Am. i' 1, A I w A. 1 A f gk a S V . - S i E, W Lf 'Q' M L it -r 4 . A A 1 'ff K , an - ,gg , M Q ., ,,-.f . ,Hn 1-'-F. .2 f K 5 ,A -sig. . , ,"fi1l:',' - wr, x f 4' 1. X ' -31 W ' -gg ,, X. W , 'AA 4 , . A 4' . H' f '..:,. I ,,.'r,,Q4.n . XQV ., 7,437 I if i, v- -'V --. 1 -4 - ' ' A .4 ff. ,X . , .'dJ, ww., AXA , 4 W. 54.7 Lid". ,, .qu ' ,, ?i K1 " ., iq , F , Vt, , Q lu 2.1 3 iv-gl , Z,-5 Q sf t ,ww , r, , . 'aL' X I. x "".' Q' y , ' N' xi lf -nkhwg 1J,nQf.4,L yn- in - K., i 1 .Q A.4xff.kYA 'G K 7 r '14,-:N i'. I? Q fflim .7,Yr1QQ.' . 'Jkw ,I F .-4' v,x'-.,", ' r' , l ,.v . auf . -V5 U- -'A' : ' , ref' wi, "1-fA3,Xw . Xl -. ff -7' -r P' 4--A ' ' 5 I xx' J ,X I., Q X. K -J ' xl- '.w. 1 , 1.1 .'?'.,x + N' x' " .A,u The c'l1eerleaders, led by Head Clieerleader Sara llileli. added zestlul color lo the football gtlll'll'S this year. Six girls and six boys made up the squad performing stnnls and tumbling on llle field. Buddy Wilson, former head cheerleader, and Guy Alverez are now in service. Two ol' the members, Buddy Wilson and Sara Hitch, have served three years on the squadklx Not shown in individual pictures are ,lolinny Marees, Guy Alverez, Aileen Bell, Ronald Livingston, and Buddy Wilson. LEADER 551553 Qi-fi fam f ff I' :fi ll if fl -.N , sf r S 1 ifl Qt , 5 7 an nv ff r. of 1 'Y S R gf, v .,-mv '29 Fl-I'.Nl Hrrlr: llunwn Slwllwn. IL-xwy f:4llllf'I'l1.,liIllI1liQ' Wood. lfvr-rf-ll Williams. Lonnie' xvlbfhllillll. Rudy Rrinn. Rii'llill'1l Ii'-II. llulalmy Ilan. 'Xlvin Hurt. Sfwuul Rolf: CIMIVII ,luvk Smith. IC. W. li:-wls. Xl Johns. li. ll. llulnlws. Iflnu-r ,Xppll-. I,1'NI4'I Knight. HIIQLII ,IUIIIINIIL lfurl 51'ul'lmrmlg:l1. K. J gf 2 li-22. BASKl+I'I'IlAl,l, lhv ,lll1'kSUIl Tigvrs m'u111pl1-14-rl il sllwc-ssflll lmskvllulll seal sun lllls xvur. Uni uf lxwlllx-lun ff'1n1m'w ,lim-qi 1+ ll' 1"U'l'ili'lN V n ,.. . I , . l A, . won lllil'lv1'll, Summa' of ilu- nmsl ulllslzlmling QLLIIIIPS ul' ills' sm mn xu-rv: lIll'1l1'l'l'lll nl' IMII1-S In an srulw' uf 30-ZH: llu- xivhnx . .. . . ,1 ln .1 :-cms of our lamlmv In 725-Za' QIIHU lll1'XIK'l0I'X mm-r I 0' - '- '1 Our lulul ul A v S X J 1 Of, X f L2 Na x' I! A S li Ii A I. I, 4!2ll'lxSHllh lmsvlunll lvaun :lf lligllly l'HviI'i1'llllIliSy1'1ll' U fan' IIN- 'I.iQ1l'I4S In - " 4ll'I'l'illl'1lflflilllilil, l'JlISSlul1- ' .'.ih ' '. Il'-11-In-1' mul Vallalllm. 1 liH'l'IlI'4' W"-uw MVT" l"ir'xl Huw: llvurgn- lsluyml xxllllll. ltilrl 54 ,Um 'W ,sv iullu-rn. Uulrlry xxllllilllli laluyn DLIIISUII, .luv fviilfll ICzu'm'sl Hrmsu. Sm-nm! Knut llmwlm 5ll1'lllt"l 0 Nl.1lmn. XIIIIILIQLUIQ l.imly ' . 'm' -, 1 -. . . 15. '. Xmllp, lmmif- Wm-,I14m1,.Iulmny Puslvr, NIilll1lQ14'l', Cum-I1 llvule-ll. lhblllli maulm- llus xvzu' RIIIIUIIIIIUKI lu O21 ll li ll S v v. 1 . . 4 wr. - ' X Inu! Nun: lhximl Xlsulmmk. Pgllll Smith. llc-ml hlllhl. HLll'l'f Hwllalrfis. Lvslle lllgh. l',vm'elt xxllllllllli K lm Pfzifu Hut: fullxtl I'144l vlvllllltl U1 nu Xll tm i N " ' ' as ' g alnukaas. .l. li. llryan. .'t'l'lll11l Rolf: llurau- T115- lfn Sam ffulv. Hansen Sk:-llun. xl'IlllllA Kllwpvl. llhllw-111'e xllfzlllllillgll. He-will Phillips. ,law Cill'L'iLl. Huy ml I'ill'l'lH. 1.Uill'll .lum W'lIl'l'ES Fin! Razr: llurrx I'4-lzirxgew. XXillr11r Xlinlmlh-lun. ,Xngus Hastings. Gary Xuflin. l,m'r-11 lilmulllf. Ilan' Wow Xvllllil Sil'lIlUIlS. Tilllllfllj' lfllfy. Philip Nlvrril. Svmrzll Razr: Ilnlllvy Hlltlhilll. Nlillnn Wuml. lflxxnml lhnlmn Il Hlltlx l niunl llzn JI: e IIIHIIIN xllxllllll Ihflmlu Hr INIQI lulm 4 ll rm Ml lx Hx Iuull A , ' 'Q' F , r ' X Nil' . , 'V ' L . , 'H-I '4.. .151 j. .' lllfy 1' F. . X ' Ilvulll. Tlrinl Ruff: HK'lI'?kTHXXLlI'lI. Us-lw Slvalp. V. fl. llard:-ll. lfdmly llillmurv, Ulyqlf- llurpr-r. lfurmll XMNI, Xlmwin SIILHLILIMEVKII lhlnsmx. FI'klIlt'iS ,lLll'l'Q'H. .Xlvr Umkv, BABY BASKETBALL TEAM "City Champs, l944" llnllumz ifnavll ll:-mls-lt. lfxwl vI'lII'Ill'l'. llallpll Pm-, llurkin- llnlllullnx llznu xllNll4l,.IlIllIxlN lop' xI1ll'SllilH lflzlrrly. Hlllx Rsnfm: lmmny Hulnnsmm. Dlvk Nlrullun. xilfllll l'c'::rlmam. , L . l'vlI.Nf Kun: Xl4li'jm'i1- Xliihlla-I1-ii. Nilllllli Wulsnii. l,I-1111 l'11l'm'I-Il. Xirgiiiiai lhulwr. Pillliilh' Iii-Iilivll, llusziiiv liiwwliiilalliii Xlzurif- N-lily. Nlirlu-5 Xlills. lla-lim-s SI1zilmml.,ll1m' xlllSi4'il. llvlly Kun l'vIyni1l. ilu! lfuul-. .i1u'hir- ,lnm's. Durnlliy Iirgul lwrly. Xirgginiu Ilmuli-II. Iivlly Fiw-liiaili. lftiilil lmisk. l,I-mm Szinisnn. Iris ilushin. Iflh-ii Fivllilllligl. Xlui'g1:il'4'I filll'il'If1ilI .Swn1lalRuir': Him- Nlilvs. XIIIIQ' Xlnvlnm-s. llciimie-xv XIVKIIIIIPQ. lk-lly llulvliisim. Xlairiv Niuv. .lvm-I I"uIm'h. lfurnl III-I1-rs. Illizirlullf- liziylmmk. Sully Hrilvs. ,ln-am Kin-. Pvggy lxvnmwly. ,lvnny F113 iiI'illitiUl'ix. Xllilil Wnmlwziiil. Nnrni Ilillmzng Iluris Sainiplm-. Tlzirfl Kuff: ilziniv Huy Wliiltingglun. iivlly IIivliy.,lwy1-c livuly. Vary Iililllilll. Nulh lla-igi-13 Fm . , . , ,. . . . . ,. , Xlzuhain. Alllilllliil XXurIvi, .Ivan l'In's-. In-Ily IUNIINVIIII. Phyllis Siwppy. Krlyn' I'ulrvlh-. Nllal lul'lln'I'. iua1l'h:1i'1i Nlnuilnn xiiiiI'I'lII ililill. Ilimw- I4'Iixxxul'Ili. lie-lly llmsns. Iii-lly lfvrns. GIRLS' A'l'lILE'l'lC ASSOClA'I'ION 'I'Iw i2.:X.:X. is un aillih-lim' orgaiiizulimi which pruvimlvs pzirlicipulimi in vurmiis spurls ami guim-s. ill'UllS-FS llll6l'0Sl in girls lm' iliilif'lll'S., and vii- I-mimgi-s spurlsmunship. IVIvinhcrs are vligihlv In rm'f-iw Ihc following LlWill'IiSI l':IlliJiI'Ill. 200 puililsg nlciiul, 300 poinlsg lc-llvr. 500 puiiils. Puinls am- uhlulm-ml hv hiking part ni Iourimmm-nls mul Ihv munv gunif-s oils-H-II hy Ihc- aissuviulioii. This yvur Ihv girls wmv umlvr lhm' s1ii'1'1'ssI'lll lc'u4h'1'ship ul' Miss Ruth Smith and Miss Bvriiic-v Walton. U If I" I C IC R S I' IQ4- sid i-ii I ..... ..... , IICAN IVLIICSS II 1-f-ii Ffiillgl 5v1'i'vIu1'i .. ...JI'lXX'IiI, Ifl 'IIIII Ni i-1-- I' iii- sid 1-ii I ..,..... ..IJUIiU'I'IIN' I-'0I"I'S 'I' i-I-11 5 1iI-I-I- .. ..I'I-IGGY IxIiNNIiIH III ,I-I-I- SI IIIIII Img S I-I-I'-- Iury .. . . .ANXI1 NIIII-INMCS III-psri I-i' ..... . ...AI,ItIIi NIII.Iih 1 V Q 4 if-3 -I SGI ,Ir f . n- L KJV' if ,V 41 1w,w TRACK TEAM U. "W ,Al Although Andrew Jackson began track for the first time this year, the members have shown good spirit and plenty of promise. The squad has participated in several invitational meets and also in the Big Ten meet held at Robert E. Lee. To have so many disadvantages and obstacles in their path, the boys did very well under the competent leadership and guidance of Coach L. ,lack Smith. GIRLS SPORTS WINNERS np: "Smitty" and ,leanz .XIIIIUZ "Gennie": la FGIAIIUZ ulifflillll'-.Q Hlllll and lietty. lgfllfllllll Clllllllltllill volleylmll In-nun ol 1253 "Smith" and "l!ernie": Clxarnpion basketball Ieulll. ,t ., Q.. - 'T Ab"-4:-W. www, - , ,L L .1 nn... XX.. , t ,iv xwf3f"'X LL ey wg IXQXAQQ AXA - My Xpvxmtkxk 'wi z L "1 LL W .. LL 'U fi.:-" ' 'K 'Y r ,We 'U' 45 r - b L L I ,bf ' t " L- 'lf' 6 I 1' 4 L X f 5' th NL LL 1- 'y i MN ' J C 3 'S Y 'ne , 0 li M- a, ,X K, . L .ay K , in aa K J4- 4 my "N vb Jim " ,L . ' , ,J +' , " A ' L.. 'mfw-: X-wr Q' 'A fi ,mi-1 . L -L X f 4 u , . L 1 'Sr s fu 4 , - nu L, fx, ' ' 5 'Nw 1 Q M in -wid -af" - vs L wwf -fr LL Y' WW? 3!'5!':!:gg:",'Q"x "'fJ'- as . 1 ' ' X A ' 'f F Q 2:--:LQ 4' M-Lf gf,gA,x Yr' ' Q, x y , rx nv, A ,I , L x V L N Q Q. 3 ,r L M, ,L U .,'?Yi: 9 , X f 1 '. .1 ,-.L'i! A 4 8 4 f c'...,1,A 1 ' ,nn 3 .f-1JVL4Q'fY1-4-lf-4qlp4-.i:1.5i.L.1.3-.J..,:+J.,f4..- 4 xx.. N-LL4 - --IW L ,LX M , K f - 1 img LL., . ' , K ' ' a f , 3 LL X ' L f K . ' QL a L J 14,514 41,4 , ' ",, ,,4- W Xi K X I Q Ski ,Q ,' ""-no-.J 1 ' if K I ,if LL .235 gg k"iiSi.t1a , Aff ,J 3 s . 1 ' gl, N5 ' pw 'Q X ff - K ii AL, Lf i xx X ff WW ' ,LLM .L L QWQLW fb, .gwmiwwm-ff MLM-, ,,L, it L,..,,,LLM.:':n.... NL 1 ORACLE STAFF AND ADVERTISING . Circulation S10-ff This year our c'irc'nlulim1 lnl ai nc-w high dui' lu thc pvrsislvnl vffurls of iiiis group. rx! Row: I,4'lllHl Sziinsnn. livlxlwtlc- She-plwrd. Dorothy Mathews, Circnlalinn NiilllilQlE?I'. Inu-1' xxlliilillllti. Doris Sirigi-11 .S 'rlnrvz ,lunn Wnlfv. "4l'l7t'l'ff.YfIIf.f Siu-If Adrliliunul aids Sl'f'llI'i'll Ivy lin' sluff iwipvd In nivvl 1 lnndgr-l in this wan' yi-ur. wwirl Razr: Betty lxlllwe, Mr-rcs-dvs Ingram. Not 111 TIIE 0llACLE STAFF l944 "WM" .A ag,-xx, f - :J A . I . f First Row: Barbara Buchanan, Ray Green. Mary Roman. Bnsinvss Nianuger. Paul Nicflullouglis. Louise Hutchinson. Svvmid Roni: Nita TllTl1t'l'. Richard Randei. Mildred Leonard, John D0ilf'I'Iy'. Shirley Swim. Nat in l'if'lur0: Tilldlllkl Wiiliainis. Harry Innes. ilulin Kinlaw. Firsr Razr: Genevieve Nlcliinney. Sports Editorg Doris Taylor, Clubs and Organizations Editorg Sara Hitch, Assistant lfditorz Miriam Nm-idlinger. Editor-in-Cliieig Libby Folsom, Junior Editorg La Ferne Quinn, Feature Editorg Anne Nlaclnnes. L.lil5SlilL'21ll0ll lzdltor. Second ROIl'Z June Muslelig Robert Johnson, Photographic Assistant, Solomon Dirt-lialli A' F ' '- "s N' ff " ' ' ' '- ' ' ' " ' ' ,. . it .d1toi. Dori. f5lI'l,.,Pl, Frances Wynn, Merudes Ingram, Frances Roberts, Staff Secretary, Peggy linker: Thomas Appleyardg David Rains. Not in Picture: Phillip Atter, Jimmy Wood, Mary Rose Howe, Don Kirby, lion Ile Carnio. Betty Laster. From January Class: Sybil Malone, Assistant Feature Editorg Margaret Anderson, .Xssislant Classification Editor, Erma McNatt, Wanda Tanner. THE 0RACLE STAFF 1944 The Oracle staff has endeavored, despite the problems presented by the war, to present this year a book which will record the memories of days spent in Andrew Jackson. We have tried to have more and a greater variety of pictures and arrange them in an interesting and artistic manner. SPONSORS Mr. Reeves-Editorial Staff Miss Ricbardson7Business Staff aaa, - if? Sz fi 47 0 427' if Qimfgq 6" W 25 M 2 wx fd 'w w. as f' kwyjy Za' I ' eww' ? xii? gg 2 Qjffgiff W vEff'x wy , ,f I '11, f , ,,.. ,,..., H ff! ,f -,ff 1 X i v' 'iff . N Y 1 1'A V W I 3' T h i s a n n u a I w a s I ...,,- 1 ' ' oft fp. h""W' printed and bound by Saint Augustine, Florida 'VV f VW? M ? f QD :Mr ' mn E! xii 7 VIC. We HEUUHD PRESS DESIGNERS and PRODUCERS of DISTINCTIVE PRINTING Today more than ever before it is necessary to dress up your product with "eye appeal" based either on sparkling color or well- planned layout. This is especially true with print- ed matter. lt the eyes of your prospect are not first attracted, your message is lost. The Record Press Inc., is well versed in the needs and require- ments of Florida printing We are eager to extend our service to you that your printing may bring results. " 4. . I . 'V-"1 ' -2? T P wk' . . . , W, , ,N ' 'I iyifvi i I ,112 iff- l, W . X. :FS N f,,v'.Ag,-icq. V, Q H A I ' P . -. ifflbszl ' a A 555' 'naw 3 - I' We offer complete service in design, composition, printing and binding in all types of work Congratulations graduating class of Andrew Jackson ELURI.DFAridaSTATE THEATERS 0 Palace 0 Empress 0 Arcade 0 Temple 0 Imperial 0 Roxy 0 Brentwood 0 Capitol 0 Fairfax 0 San Marco f- Registered Iewelers - American Gem Society UNDERWOOD JEWELERS Monroe and Hogan Streets Compliments of' LEMUE L S HARP Counc ilman Fourth Ward Compliments of Scrtchwell 6 Ioseph Electric Co. 609 Laura Street Phone 5-1593 SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Sears has given 57 years of service to the nation SEARS, RUEBUCK AND COMPANY ,laclcsonville's family store, supplying all home and apparel needs FORSYTH AT BROAD ST. 'x. if Congratulations to the Graduating Class ot Andrew lackson F U R C H G O T T ' S "THE STORE ACCOMMODATINGH wir Phone 5-4832 4'Portraits' uCopies" Tooley - Myron Studios HForemost in the Southn 225 West Adams Street S. G. 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