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MERRICH A DEMOREST MARCH 11 1897 MAY 22 1948 Wrth deepest love we gratefully dedxcate th1s yearbook to the memory ot our prrncxpal Mr M A Demorest HE record of Mr Demorest s connectron wlth Duval County schools IS one of untxnng servlce and outstandmg ach1evement A natxve of Grove Cnty Ohlo he came to Jacksonvllle ln 1924 begznnlng h1s career as an educator rn the old 1n 1931 he became asslstant prrnclpal, and s1nce 1935 he has headed the school He worked t1relessly tor the good of the school, h1s chref thoughts bemg for the welfare of 1ts students Dur1ng the entrre tlme that he was p1'1I1ClPal, he sought always to make the reputatlon of the school one of fall' play and honesty We can erect no greater monument to h1s memory than to exemphfy rn our lxves the h1gh rdeals whlch he cherxshecl Jackson rtselt IS h1s hnest memorxal, and 1ts future achmevements w1ll speak for the greatness of h1s character I . I . . . . . I . . I . I Duval High School. In 1927 he came to Andrew Jackson as a chemistry instructor, August fincls our faculty llurcl ul uv give sluclenis cz I off? prvpcz mczducfw. 8 ring u few HIOTP SU bjecls 1947 AUGUST 1947 11 12 13 ' 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 ' 3 I 24 31 25 26 27 28 29 r 30 , ADMINISTRATION RAY V SOWERS General Supervisor of Education ARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTI E P CONROY C B LOWE W C RIVERS BOB LECHNER TED DE WITT HOOL DISTR TRUST :LLIOT ADAMS CLIFF HORTON ELMER HAZARD IO W. DANIEL BOYD .... Superintendent of Public Instruction B O O N S C I C T E E S DEMOREST MA Prlnclpal 192748 Columbus Ohno Ollerbeln College Duke Umversuty BS MEd WllSON MILLARD F Assustunt Prlncnpul Dean Jacksonvllle Florida Florida Stale College Unnverscty of Flonda BS MA Duke Um for Women BS Columbia Unlverslly MA versity ll A ue , Q , , WELTCH, MISS CLARA B. Dean of Girls 1929-48. of lBoys, l94O148. Jacksonville, llloridc. ,. lik lt JONES MRS EDNA CAMPBELL Head of Commercial Department Shorthand Typing Bookkeepin 748 o St Louis Mississippi Bowan Green Business College BCS Mississippi Sou thern College BS Sponsor Honor Roll Students LAWRENCE MRS LILLIAN Head of Music Department 193148 Chicago Illinois Northwestern Unlver si BM American Conservatory of Music Sherwood s School of Music LAY MRS MAJORIE D C T 1931 48 Champaign :nous Wesleyan B S University of Illinois Sponsor D C T Club BURDETT, MISS SUSAN. Head of Social Science De- partment, History 1930-48. Jacksonville, Florida. Florida State College for Women, A.B., Columbia University, M.A., Oxford University, National University of Mexico. CORAM JAMES Varsity Football Coach Varsity Basketball Coach Physical Education 1945 48 I :gan College A B Sponsor J u GLOVER MISS MABEL Head of English Department English 193648 St Augustine Florida Florida State College for Women AB Columbia Uni versity University of Florida Sponsor NFL HOUSER MRS MARTHA FUTCH Foods 1939 48 Dade City Florida Florida State College for Women Florida Southern College BS Sponsor Student Council N A RICHARDSON MISS GLADYS Head of Scuence De partment Brology 1938 48 Potsburg Alabama Flonda State College for Women A B Unnversnty of Vurgrnla Sponsor Oracle Business Staff SAARE JOHN E Head of lndustrlal Arts Department Woodwork 1944 48 Mountain lron Mmnesota Bradley Unnverslty B S Asststant Coach SCALISE MISS JOSEPHINE Head of Spanish Depart ment 194248 Italy Folrmont State College West Vlrglnla Umversuty Unnverslty of Florlda A B Sponsor El Curculo Panamerlcano SUTTON MRS EDNA KABLE Head of Mathematlcs De partment Geometry 1927 48 Springfield Ill PFEIFER MISS HARRIET Head of Latun Department 1927 48 Chnllrcothe Ohso Wooster College Ph B Sponsor Latun Club SMITH MISS RUTH Physlcal Education 1943 48 Jock sonvllle Flornda Floruda State College or Women B S Co Sponsor Pepperettes G A A PITTS MRS MARY BYRD Llbraruan 1942 48 Green vu e South Carolvna Lander College A B Women s College of Umversuty of North Caroluna A B LE REEVES MRS MARGARET MAXFIELD Buble 1943 48 Potsdam New York Keuka College John B Stet son Unlverslty A B A M 1 - l ' , - . , . , - -1 2 1 . 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ADAMS MRS BEVERLY BURKE Speech 1946 48 At Ianta Georgla Georgla State College for Women BS Unuversuty of Georgla Unnverslty of Calm forma Columbua Unnversuty New York Normal Sponsor Dramatvc Club Thespuans Malorettes ATKINS MISS EMILY Hustory 1937 48 Jacksonvulle Flonda Floruda State College for Women Duke Umverslty MA Sponsor Tlgers Claw Qulll and Scroll BAIN MRS CATHERINE TAKACH Blology 1946 48 Sanford Floruda Florlda State College or Women BOYD MISS ADELE Algebra Geometry 1929 48 Jack sonvulle Florlda Florlda State College for Women A B Duke Unlverslty BRENNER MRS ANN ARONIE Shorthand Office Prac :ce 1939 48 Boston Massachusetts Radcllff BRICE MRS VEDA G Shorthand 1947 48 Hampton South Carolrna Winthrop College BS Unlverslty of New York M A BROWARD MISS HELEN Clerk 1947 48 Jacksonvulle Florida Florida State Unlverslty BS BYERS MRS LOIS WAGER Algebra Geometry Trlgo nometry 1927 48 Green Cove Springs Florlda Aurora College A B CLARK HERBERT W Draftlng 1936 48 Lynn Massa chusetts Worchester Polytechnlc lnstrtute Col gate Unlversuty A B CLAXTON MISS JOHNNIE Englnsh 1947 48 Kute Georgsa Georgla State College for Women Unlverslty of Georgia COCHLEY MISS MARY ELIZABETH Englush 1944 48 Medford New Jersey Florsda State College or Women AB Sponsor Junuor Glrls Club Sensor Class COLLINS MRS LEILA ERVIN Business Arithmetic 1942 48 Mobile Alabama Unlversuty of Alabama A B 14 , . . - . - I I ' . 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' I CORAM MRS JIMMIE LEE Clerk 1944 48 Etowah Tennessee Llncoln Memortal Umverstty CROSS DONALD LEO Baseball Coach 1948 Mary valle Tennessee Maryvtlle College BS nl versnty of Tennessee CUMMING ALBERT A M tal 1941 48 Augusta Georgla Unuversuty of Florida Academy of Rnch mond Georgla Tech DAVIS MISS JUNE G Englvsh Speech 1946 48 Fayette Cnty Pennsylvama Maruetta College AB Co Sponsor Dramatic Club Thesplans DE VORE MRS JESSIE JAY 1930 48 Fanrmont lndna Falrmont Academy Concert Master Frtday Musucale Symphony Orchestra Fxrst Vnolnn Indnonapolls Symphony DICKSON MRS ARLIE DEAL Clerk 1927 48 Kalama zoo Mlchlgon Western State Teachers College ELKINS MISS LOUISE English 194648 Greenville Kentucky Western Kentucky Teachers College AB Peabody College MA Bread Loaf School of Engltsh EPTING ROBERT E Bnology Physucs 1935 48 Jack sonvllle Flornda Newberry College Umversnty of South Carolnna A B B S M S ESTES MISS MARGARET Hustory Englnsh 1947 48 Greenvtlle South Carolnna Rollnns College AB HECHT MISS MARY Typxng 1945 48 Jacksonvtlle Florlda Flonda State College for Women BS HIEB MRS DORIS MOLBERT Engltsh 1942 48 ap pen North Dakota North Dakota State Teachers College B A HOOKS MISS MARY ELIZABETH Physncal Educatuon 1944 48 Clewlston Florida Flortda State Col lege for Women BS Co Sponsor Pepperettes GAA 15 , . . - . , , . . - , , , . .1 U - , . 8 - . , 7 I ' 5 . 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T - , . , . . , . . , I , . , . . - : , HOWELL MRS AGNES SKARD Home Making 1946 48 New Hope Alabama Athens College Alabama Polytechmc lnstltute HURY LEO T Bookkeeplng 1946 48 Jacksonvnlle Florlda Unnverslty of Florlda BS BA HUTCHINSON ROBERT L JR Hnstory 1947 48 Jack sonvnlle Florida Unlverslty of Florlda BA Unlversuty of Chlcago JOHNSON MRS KATHRYN KELLEY English 194748 Carbon Hull Alabama Judson College AB JONES MISS MARY OLIVE Hlstory French 1939 48 Decatur Alabama Unlverslty of Alabama AB AM McGnII Unlverslty KLEINLEIN MRS EVA English 194748 Red River Valley North Dakota Northwestern BA BS Phlladelphla Pennsylvama Westchester State Teachers College BS Purdue Unlverslty Spon sor Swlmmmg Team Leaders Club MAYO CLAYTON F Biology 1947 48 Minnesota Unlverslty of Mnnnesota Unlverslty of Loulsvllle BS Umverslty of Kentucky MS MPH Johns Hopklns McCARTER MRS GERALDINE Busmess Law 1947 48 Suwannee County Florlda Flornda State Um verslty BS MCCASKILI. MRS ISABELLE Enghsh 192748 Albany Georgnc Umversrty of Georguc AB AM MEIZLIK LEO Hlstory 1947 48 Hungary Cnty Col ege of New York B A MIDDLEKAUFF WALTER Assustant Coach 193648 Unnversnty of Floruda BA Sponsor Leaders Club 16 . , . , B.S.g M.A. ' LOFT, BERNARD 1. Physical Education, 1946-48. NANNFELDT MISS DAGMAR Algebra Business Arlth metnc 1946 48 Great Neck New York Florida Southern College A B NEARING HARRY M Aeronautics 1946 48 Kansas Cnty Mussourl Rockhurst College Sponsor Aero nautucs Club Asslstant Coach OLIVA MRS LUCILLE Business Arithmetic 194648 Oxford Mlsslsslppr Unrversuty of Mussrssrppu B A E PHILLIPS PAUL C History 1929 48 Salusbury Mary land Western Maryland A B Columbra Unuver srty AM Johns Hopkxns POE MISS BETTY JEAN Clerk 1947 48 Orlando Florida Florida State Unlverslty BS PROCTOR MRS DOROTHA BRAINERD Business Arlth me IC 1939 48 Vassar Michigan Michigan State Normal Life Certificate REEVES GORDON C Chemustry 1942 48 Bellevnew Kentucky St Petersburg Junior College John B Stetson Unlverslty AB AM Business Manager of Alhletucs School Photographer Sponsor Oracle ROBERSON MISS ELVA Hnstory l928 48 Black shear Georgua Bessse Tuft College AB ROZAR MRS GLADYS WILSON English Spanush 1946 48 Bremo Bluff Vlrgnnlc Farmvnlle Stale Teachers College A B Duke Unlversuty SAPP MISS CLEO Llbrarlan 1948 Baldwln Floruda Flornda State Unuversuty B S SHANDS MRS JOSEPHINE R Typmg 1945 48 ock Hull South Carolmo Wmthrop College BS SMITH MRS DOROTHY GEER Home Makung 1946 48 Charleston South Carolnna Furman Umver stty B S Sponsor Senror Glrls Club 17 1 - 1 ' - . , . , . . 1 - 1 ' - , . . : - , . . - . 1 - 1 I ' ' ' I ' , , . .1 - , . ., . 1 - ' - 1 . , . . , . . - I - . , . , . 1 - ' - 1 . . , . , . ., . ., 1 1 3 I ' I ' ' ' , . , . . 1 - - 1 1 - . , . , . . . , . . , . , , . , . . - . 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SMITH MISS JEAN A Spannsh 1946 48 Jacksonvulle Florlda Brenau College Floruda State College for Women A B Mnddlebury School of Language Sponsor Las Estrellutas WELLS MRS ANNA LEY English 193848 Jackson vt e Florlda John B Stetson Unlverslty NS STEIN STANLEY W Hnstory 1946 48 Jacksonvtlle orlda Unlverssty of orlda A B B A E Duke Unlverstty SWEAT MRS HOPE CAMPBELL Typnng Shorthand 1946 48 Fort Lauderdale Floruda Floruda State College for Women B S SWINDLE MRS CARRIE MALONE Bookkeepung 1941 West Pomt Mnsslsslppu Bowlmg Green Col lege of Commerce BCS School Treasurer TALMAGE MISS MABEL B Englush Latan 1944 48 verslty of North Carolma AM Co Sponsor Oracle THURMAN MRS ELIZABETH FARMER Clothxng 1931 48 Shelbyville Kentucky Untverslty of Kentucky A B Eastern Teachers College Stetson Unlverslty TRAGITT MISS ELIZABETH History 1927 48 Milbank South Dakota Unuversrty of Chlcago WALLACE MRS ESTHER Engllsh 1947 48 Jackson vnlle Floruda Florlda State Umverslty I versity of Florida M A WALSH AMBROSE Electricity 1945 48 Ireland Royal Naval College Queenstown Ireland WALTON MISS BERNICE Physlcal Education 1943 48 Jacksonvnlle Floruda Florlda State College or Women BS Sponsor Cheerleaders Co Sponsor Pepperettes G A A WEARY MILTON B Band Dlrector 1945 48 an Dlego Callfornta Unlverslty ot Illmols 18 'll I, 'I . .. 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Svhv 1 ' ' ' , FACULTY AT WORK FACULTY RELAXES AT NAVAL AIR STATION IVVV ,mf V ggi: ,.: x 315' .f- - A ,V ,. , LLLL :Q 1 L Q JI T, 5 1114 ' ,-iii. - ki R. ,W M164 jff . :gel x XXX X. x XC Xxx wk P V ,-. QL Q -, , SX ss, N - -9,4 TNR 4, W4 N"- I 55 ea 5551, A . JAcKsoN or 1927 Q . ' ' s' '- ,' V ' , JACKSON OF AGE On October 3, 1927, Andrew Jackson High School opened its doors to 746 pupils and 31 teachers with every chance for a successful future. Does it seem possible that we now have a stu- dent body consisting of 1,644 pupils and a faculty of 77? Now, with twenty-one years of history and experience behind it, Jackson has at last "come of age"-why it's grown up! lt has had many disappointments, received many honors, and shown much courage, but this school has finally reached the most important age of life. The noble heritage upon which Andrew Jackson was built has rested upon a solid founda- tion and brought great and lasting fame during the twenty-one years of its existence. From the first Oracle, published in 1928, to this last issue of 1948, we have records and re- minders that Jackson has set a worthy standard by which we triumph in our accomplishments. The Tigers have always showed that famous "tiger spirit", and we find that 1927 was a most brilliant year in athletics. For some statistics, we might add that Andrew Jackson had no scoring against it in nine football games, while its total score amounted to 294 points, with Julia Landon defeated 76-O and Robert E. Lee 53-0. The football team has won a sportsmanship trophy as well as other awards, and the most valuable man on the team each year is presented a trophy by the "J" Club of '27, The National Forensic League has received trophies and won several de- bating contests. The band has been entered in the State Conference. The Industrial Arts Depart- ment has also become well known through its many exhibitions. Andrew Jackson has also pro- duced many very famous people and from the way things look, should continue to do so. Yes, all in all, these last twenty-one years have been very successful and prosperous years, and Andrew Jackson High School has the right to "come of age" and to look forward to an even brighter future. JACKSON OF 1948 . . .x , M' . S0pf0nlIJ0l' FOHS UVOUIHI llflfl bflfk flgflifl U70 CONN' to IUOICOIYIP OUT sophomores and io Say Ileuo lo our new HKIOQIIOIISGH. lzrofulcczsfirlg System UNC! OUP' CIIIUFQQCI IilH'Cll'y. 22 SUNDAY MUNDAY TUESDAY WEDNfSDAY THURYDAY FFUDAY SATURDAY 1 12 1 15 16 17 18 19 0 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Last Quur Nu Moon Fmt Q-mv Full Moon 70h Nth 22nd 30th SOPHOMORES Ageson Peggy Arlen Patsy Alvarez Dnxle Alvarez Nancy Alvarez Ray Aran-roonne L llr Arbuckle Janet Ba Betty Barry Eleanor Bar ett Sam Jr uaxter Betty Beaty Janlce Bennett Mary Benls James Blackwell Ruth Bonham Eldred Boyette Barbara Brarnen Eva Jean Brantley Marlene Brown Carolyn Brown Joanne Broxson Eudell Branson Margaret Burnett Bully Burnett McArthur Byrd Malklean Carney Ralph Carter Florence Carter Lamar Caston Wrllnam Cavallero Lawrence Chambers Beverly Chambluss Jlmmy Chance Vlrglnla Clanton Carol Clark Vera Clements Annett Cogburn Joan Coleman Ina Colllns Carlle Collins Katherine Combs Robert Copeland Irene Cox James Crawford Morgue Crum Ann Dashlel Dorothy Davns Lonette Dean Betty Lou Dehn Betty DeHass Betty DeWntt Betty Demorest Sally , , I , i 'an f lu, k , , . , f , , , , , l I , , , , f Burnett, Carolyn , , , 1 , , , , f , , f , f 1 , , , , , , , , , , SOPHOMORES Drab Marlene Dzlllon Carlton Duxon Joy Donnelly Robert Dowlrng Marilyn Downle Bonme Drury Marlon Durham Judson Eggers Joy Ellns Be y Elllot Wu ma Ellson Vlolet Evans Betty Fender .lock Fernety Frank Ferrlero Dons Fewox Allce Forbes Sarah Franklin Edith Frleseke Oluver Garmont Blanche Grady Edward Green Tommy Gross Connie Haddock Arnold Hampton J B Hall Gloria Hall Mlldred Haltlwanger Marshall Harrel Pat Harrison Joan Harvey Edgar Hawn Peggy Helntgelman Edward Henson Erlene Hewltt Dwlght Hlefen Joan Hodges Beatruce Holton Thelma Hopper Buddy Hucks Ronald Ivey Betty Jackson Leroy Jagger Barbara Jamteson Peggy Jenklns Charlyne Jester Betty Johns Barbara Johnson, Barbara Jordan, Charlene Jordan, Correen Joseph, Glorcer Jones, Bully , , f , , , , , , , tt , I , , , , , 1 , , Gainey, Eloise , , , f , , . . , , f , , , , , 1 , , , , , , , , , V , , , SOPHOMORES Jones Joan Jurnlgan Margaret Kanago Joyce Keller leo Kennedy James Kung Joe Klrkland Eugene Kllchens Jackle Kowkabany Danny Kowkabany Mulchell Lackey Kalherlne Lanxer Myrtle Langford Dorothy Lea Russell Lee Gloria Lee Ounda Leggell Eula Jean Leroy Ben Lewis Mildred Llnlon Belly Lohman Flornce Long Shirley Moms Barbara Manda Joseph Morcum Elaine Man Dolores Marlowe Woodson Mashburn Carolyn McClendon Darryl McClendon Sue McCully Sylvia McGraw Ray Meeks Pal Merrill Jackie Mells Belly Ann Mlkell June Mllllkln Evelyn Mullls Jackie Milford Billy Mnnlon Bob Mobley Roberl Murray Laurle Nelson Donald Nlcholson Dwaghl Odom Johnnre Olnver Charles On Frank On Rebecca Parr Ann Parrish June Parrish Shirley Pallerson lrma Pallerson Norman , , , , , , , f , , , 1 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Massey, Don , , , , . , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 1 , , , SOPHOMORES Peller Ruth Pendarnes Wllma Pennnngton Duane Peterma Puckett Puckett Phnlllps Phnllups Polatty Poston Pawell n Glarla Marllyn Shlrley Bernlce Shirley Frank Bobby Charles Prunce Betty Jean Pyke Lavoud Quattlebaum Harold Robb John Randolph Edmund Rawls Janet Ray Jimmy Reneke Frank Rxtch Altce Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Nyla Mae Ann Karamener Ruta Jane Rabunsan Martyn Rosalln Peggy Rasugnol Jean Raton Sarah Rowell Doyle Rupert Geneva Rutherford Ben Schunck Frances Serbler Harrlet Shahood Julna Shlmp Betty Sue Sukes Joyce Sllney Archllle Slmmons Ralph Smith Lawrence Smnth Lucille Smith Nola Smyth Joan Snedeker Faran Southard Eleanor Sparkman Stdney Spauldlng Fla Spears Kent Speed George Stansel Eleanor Starbuck Frank Stephens Sybnl Stltt Jlm y Strube Norma Sweat Darts 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , m 1 1 SOPHOMORES Sweal Jean Sykes Carolyn Symnnqton Steve Tanham Noel Jr Taylor Clara T or J T Taylor Mcmonell Thomas Barbara Thomas Hazel Thomas LaVerne Thompson Barbara Toby Grace Toole Dol Towns Royce Tufano Pat Vrnlnq Beverly Van Benschoten Shirley Von Dohlen Joan Wallace Anlla Waller Ann Warren Anna Warnock Belly Ann Warnock Troy Webb Marlon Webb Mary Jane Weeks Anna Mae Wenland Bob Whrte Alrce Wlldes Wayne Wlllnam Ann Wnlllamson Doris Wood Esther Wynn Pal Yandle Peggy Yales Alice Thomas Hazel DyalWrndle Shaw Bull Yaus Helen Yawn Mrllodean Rutherford Irma Lou , . . , , , - ayl , . . , , , , , , , 1 , ., , , , , Ward, Robert , , , I , , , , , , , 1 , , 1 , , , 1 , , Ist Row Coach Mnddlekauff Bowden Harper McCormick Coach Loft 2nd Row Wnndy Helmy Oluver Newsome Osborne Jones Sandlfer 3rd Row Dowdy Brannen Crrbbs Ivey Gardner Van Benschoten Altman Savage 4th Row Beall Mclnnus Corren Prince Stone Archer Merritt McGrnnls Sth Row Bullungsly Corey Abernathy Green Perdue Carter Srmmons Hoetyel Sulverberg Damprer LEADERS CLUB Who belongs to the Leadership Club'9 Boys who have been outstandrng In thelr gym classes are the members These boys are In charge of the actuvutles rn thelr partrcular gym period Do you want to be a member? Then show the coaches what athletic abrlrty you have by domg what they tell you durmg your gym class The hope of the club IS to build up to the standard of the J Club 29 r - 4 l . l T 'T , fx ' . .k ? T , I . , xr-f' 3 . 5 V f ' , , W M.. , 1 ' , , , ' , - 1 , , , , , , . I , , ' , , , , , . 1 , , , , , , , - 2 ' , , , . , , , , , . r . . - t. H Ist Row Holton Smnth Harrell Schuman Sharp Roberts Wllllamson Alvarez Jurnlgan 2nd Row Lampp OQulnn Dalton Mannung Alvarez Long Baxter Bessent Waller Mrs Howell 3rd Row Frank Pennington DeHass Nab: von Dohlen Roberts Lamb Warnock Coleman 4th Row Kuhn Jones Cox McCuIly Marcum SOPHOMORE GIRLS CLUB Coming to Jackson IS a thrall for every sophomore, and yet a frrghtenmg feelmg also possesses them but with the and of the Sophomore Girls Club which helps to acquaint the Sophomore Glrls with socnal actlvltles and tradltlons of Jack This year with the help of thelr sponsor, Mrs Agnes Howell they have tried to the utmost to create a better understandlng among themselves, their fellow stu dents, and the faculty Thelr capable officers for the flrst semester were President, Marian Schuman Vlce President Ann Roberts, Secretary Dons Wllllamson Treasurer Rebecca On Chaplain Nancy Alvarez Mascot Lem Sharp, Sponsor Mrs Howell The officers for the second semester are Presldent Ann Roberts Vlce Pres: dent Pat Harrell, Secretary Dons Wulllamson Treasurer Rebecca On Reporter Margaret Jurnlgan and Chaplaln, Nancy Alvarez Mascot Lem Sharp The sponsor us Mrs Howell 30 : I I I I I I I I I I ' ' : I I I I I I I I ' r P . . . I . son and to help encourage better scholastic grades, they do not feel ill at ease. ' I . . . Z . . I ' I ' r I I r I I I l I ' ' . 2 . I I . - .- I ' 1 I r I r 1 1 , - -.1 ,Q 0'- N-'l A-5 5 Z... if----4 lst Row Joe Kung Bully Burnett Carlton Dnlbon Annette Barnett Frank Fernety Malcolm Hutchms 2nd Row Charles Patterson Mltchell Kowkabany Tommy McCandIess Dan Kowkabany Frank On Mr Clark SOPHOMORE BOYS CLUB Which IS the youngest club an Jackson this year? The Sophomore Boys was organized this year for the flrst time m several years Therefore the boys have been very busy setting up a worthwhile club and havent had very much time for outslde actlvltles However they have sponsored two candy sales In order to full their empty treasury lt IS the hope of the club that next year every sophomore wlll endeavor to build the club up even more than the Sophomore Boys have done thus year The officers for the flrst semester were Presndent, Frank On Vlce President Malcolm Hutchms Secretary Bully Burnett, Treasurer Bully Hunter Chaplaun, Carlton Dulbon, Reporter, Mitchell Kowkabany Sergeant at arms Buddy Hopper Mascot Annette Barnett Sponsor Mr Clark The officers for the second semester were President Carlton Dllbon, Vice President, Frank Fernety Secretary Bully Burnett Treasurer Malcolm Hutchms Chaplain Joe Kung Reporter Frank On Mascot Annette Barnett Sergeant at arms Charles Patterson, Sponsor Mr Clark 31 ' x MWA 'lst Row Duane Pennmgton Margaret Jurnlgan Shurley Long Ann Roberts Russell Shasteen Muckey Frank Dlxne Alvarez Ina Coleman Mlrlam Green Jo Ann Landrum 2nd Row Pat Harrell Joan Lee Lucille Nelson Betty .lo Mauldm Janet Rawls Edith Forchhelmer Dons Wllllamson Mary Ann Hamson Mlldred Lamb Lydla Nabl Dons Llvaudals 3rd Row Nancy Cooper Joan von Dahlen Nyla Mae Roberts Lucllle Smlth GAMMA Y TEENS Dld you have a good tame at the Canteen thus afternoon? But of course What dld thus person mean by the Canteen? The Canteen was sponsored by the Gamma Y Teens and lt was a soclal get together for all Jackson students who wished to attend after school In the gym Cokes, peanuts potato chips etc were sold For all who wished to dance muslc was provided A very lmpressove Recognltlon Service was held at the Snyder Memorral Church for all the members All In all the Gamma Y Teens had a very successful year The offlcers for the flrst semester were President Mickey Frank Vlce President Ann Roberts, Secretary Dlxle Alvarez, Treasurer Nancy Cooper, Chaplain Margaret Jurmgan, Reporter, Betty Ann Warnock, Sponsor Mass Margaret Estes The officers for the second semester are President Mackey Frank Vlce Pres: dent, Ann Roberts, Secretary, Dlxle Alvarez, Treasurer, Nancy Cooper Reporter Betty Ann Warnock Socaal Chairman, Shirley Long Program Chairman lna Cole man, Sponsor Mlss Margaret Estes 32 as l 1 X f 'S Q' l ' 'E I A , . ps . vs 1 Af. ' 1 5 ' ' .'- 'ti' -. . . , y, l D V s .x l s A ' . fl! V . ,E sr Y 2 , Y figs , X K , X 1 .X 1 1 S, ex x. , v 5 3 l l 1 L 1 L I 1 1 l 1 E . I . , . 5 1 I 1 1 1 0 0 I 0 O l I L I 1 1 - - A A - - - y 1 l 1 mv . I - . , , . . , . I r f ' I . I . I . I . . I l : I f ' ' ' L I 1 . 5 I I - . I I 'lst Row Gwen Clary lgnaclo Sved Harry Mahon Gordon Savage Jane Atchley Emma Jane Beasley Floyd Yeager 2nd Row Shnrley Melzer Mary Frances Bland Muruel Jones Jean Sweet Nancy Lrghtfoot Marlene Smith 3rd Row Mrs Pntts Ed Whutfueld Edward Whute June Sweat Joe Yeager Mary Reynolds THE LIBRARY COUNCIL The smell of paint and the mess of new plaster greeted the l947 48 Lubrary Councrl as they returned to school thus fall and started work ln the Ilbrary The Llbrary Councll, sponsored by Mrs Pltts who IS our llbrarlan IS kept busy during the school year by performing thelr varuous duhes In the library They work hard helplng her take care of the more than lOO0O books But dont thunk that It IS all work and no play During the year they have many parhes for the Council whlch every member enloys to the fullest extent At their furst meetlng the follow Secretary Jane Atchley Treasurer lgnaclo Sved, Chaplaln Emma Jane Beasley Reporter Gwen Clary Sergeant at arms Floyd Yeager Soclal Chalrman Muruel Jones Sponsor Mrs Mary Byrd Pltts and Honorary member Mrs Jummy Lee Coram The officers for the second semester were Presldent Jane Atchley Vuce President lgnaclo Sved Secretary Emma Jane Beasley, Treasurer Gwen Clary Chaplain Marlene Smlth Reporter, Muriel Jones Sergeant at arms Ed Whrtfleld Soclal Chairman, Mary Frances Bland, Sponsor Mrs Mary Byrd Pltts, and Honorary member Mrs Jlmmle Lee Coram 33 ' l I , . ing officers were elected: President, Gordon Savage, Vice-President, Harry Mahon, , : , ' ' ' , : I P - - I I . . I . 5 , . ' 5 , . ' . . z . I i . i . I . I I Q I I . I . I . I - - 0 , . . I , . , . . October brings our Sc oo uncle Student C ouncl e QCtl0ll unc m tu uc qrounct we Iwur t I0 0 tmq 0 1 rums tu t pmg 0 001 um t xc mg o sc loo Q leers 'aff 1947 OCTOBER 1947 10 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 -' I 1,5 Drum Maior, Mosely. Head Maioretle, Spencer. 'lst Row: Hamilton, Jernigan, Lcwhorne, LeViner. 2nd Row: Hunt, Scheibe, Warnock, Wolfe, Middleton, Crosley, Skaff. BAND MEMBERS Allen, Baker, Blount, Boother, Brannen, Brightwell, Broom, Butler, Champa, Collum Confer, Dale, DeLoach, Dirghalli, Driver, Edison, Edison, Eleazer, Elliott, Ellis, Fink lea, Finney, Floyd, Friesche, Gerrish, Gormly, Greene, Hester, Higginbotham, Hol land, Hollender, Horton, Joyner, Kennelly, Knight, Lacy, Lee, Linton, Livingston Loest, Lucas, Lynn, Marx, McCoy, McElhaney, McGraw, McMillan, McPherson, Mc Quaig, Moseley, Neil, Price, Pittman, Salter, Scheibe, Seals, Shampine, Sharrets Shimp, Simmons, Roberts, Sterling, Stokes, Tarratus, Watts, White, Williams, Wylie Wolfe, Tritt, Thrower, Strubie. 36 THE JACKSON BAND Out on the field of almost every Jackson football game you will find the Jackson band, beating away, and showing its spirit for Andrew Jackson. The Jackson Band is made up of advanced students from the instrumental classes of the Andrew Jackson music department. The members are not only required to maintain a high standard of proficiency in musicianship and drilling, but must also maintain high scholastic and attendance records. The Band plays for all school activities where its services are requested as well as for civic and patriotic affairs. Each year it puts on a spring concert and also enters the district and state contests. The Band this year is the largest in the history of the school, numbering seventy members, and is supported by twelve lovely maiorettes. The Band officers for this year are: Band Captain, Henry Greene, lst lieu- tenant, Russell Shampine, 2nd Lieutenant, Tommy Dirghalli, Band Manager, Rod Sharretts, Drum Maior, Bernard Moseley, Head Maiorette, Anice Spencer, Chief Librarian, Harold Edison, Asst. Librarians, Cherie Butler, Marvin Ellis, Chief Quarter- master, Johnny Lucas, Asst. Quartermasters, Elizabeth Floyd, Fred Blount, Concert Master, Fred Blount, Band Director, Mr. Weary. fl ,LQ ..- 1- 37 ,Z ALWAYS ON THE MARCH Qt 'lst 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th Row: Row Row: Row: Row Row: Row: Row Row: Davis, Davis, Britton, Forehand, Daskiell, Parker, Bonafide, Siker. Feth, Mary Atkinson, Thomas, Clark, Arbuckle, Reynolds, Harrel, Aronovvitz. Thompson, Deters, Thomas, Shimp, Leggitt, Gibson, Green, Miraglia, Rucker. Martin, DeFreese, Robinson, Hagan, Smith, Whitley, Yale, Whitman, Wilkerson Allen, Rodgers, Brannon, Starmick, Toby, Melzer, Zimmerman, Pickett. Gornall, Harrison, Denmark, Sumner, Moose, Perry, Maxson, Scott, Sperlangs Schiebe, Evans Arnou, Clemins, Garmont, Sikes, Kanago, Gathright. Vining, Witt, Shell, Scott, Wynne, Rogolin, Lee, Minshaw. Aramoonie, White, Hull, Harris, Prenatt, Cooner, Vogt. 'l0th Row: Kirkland, Prine, Weaver, Ellis, Clenton, Sweat, Combs, Sweat, Lane, Collinson Glisson Roberson Valentine Downie 38 AT THAT TURKEY DAY GAME PEPPERETTES Drill, drill cmd more drill summarizes the activities of girls in the Pepperettes. ln addition to encouraging the football team, they are of great help to the com- munity by marching in parades and helping veteran organizations. They are about T20 strong, and are under the direction of Miss Bernice Wal- ton, Miss Ruth Smith, and Miss Elizabeth Hooks, and their student leader, Faye Sykes. The Pepperettes, wearing their traditional red and white colors performing intricate drills, and cheering for their Alma Mater, helped create a feeling of loyal- ty and unity among the students of Andrew Jackson High School. V -TJ- tc 1 ul. .. ' 'X' .TAY 39 STUDENT Last fall Andrew Jackson students undertook a new responsibility in school affairs-that of electing the president, vice-president, and secre- tary of the Student Council. The council nomi- nates the candidates, and each pupil casts his votes for the persons of his choice. Because the organization is still a young one its activities are limited, but in order to better acquaint themselves with student government, members were sent to several conventions in the past year. In November, Memorie Hamilton, Bobby Over- by, and Sponsor, Mrs. Houser, were sent to the annual convention of the Southern Association of Student Leaders, which was held in Corpus Christi, Texas. During the month of March, the Florida Asso- ciation of Student Leaders held their annual con- vention in Ocala, Florida. ., , , eg -- . ,fr , 'V , -rf , 'lst Row: Zoe Rentz, Jane Atchley, Bobby Hill, Esther Horton. 2nd Row: Mrs. Houser, Ray Billingsley, Gwen inf 'lst Row: .lo Ann Kiefer, Grace Tobey, Barbara Trawick, Nellie Seals, Patsy 2nd Row: Betty Ann Warnock, Janet Rawls, Mickey Frank, Tom Edwards, 3rd Row: Pat Miller, leroy Jackson, Robert Deloach, Bill Hayes, Betty 40 CDU I .. tix nrie Hamilton, Miriam Lawhorne, Betty Jean NCIL To this meeting went Grace Moose, Ray Bill- ingsley, and Bobby Overby, along with Mrs. Houser. At this meeting Andrew Jackson was elected President of our District Association. The students not only enioyed themselves but returned home with much enthusiasm toward a more effec- tive Student Council. This group is in charge of all the welfare drives at school. A proiect is publishing a monthly cal- endar listing all school activities. New proiects are being planned along with the election of next year's officers. The officers of this year were: President, Mem- orie Mamilton, Vice-President, Bobby Overby, Re- cording Secretary, Miriam Lawhornep Treasurer, Harry Mahon, Chaplain, Esther Horton, Reporter, Zoe Rentz, Historian, Ray Billingsley, Parliamen- tarian, Gwen Clary, Corresponding Secretary, .lane Atchley, Sponsor, Mrs. Martha Houser. Cynthia Bruck, Grace Moose, Betty Jo Driver, Grace Richardson. Dorothy Wolfe, Betty Hunt. 41 CHEERLEADERS Now everyone knows the backbone of every school IS school splrlt but whos the backbone of school spmt'9 Why the cheerleaders of course This year they ve done a swell lob of boosting our team and leadung the student body through a tough year right up to victory over Lee In the annual Turkey Day Game Led by head cheerleader Harry Mahon and assistant head Frankue Cawley the group rooted for the Tlgers not only at home but also In Tampa and Mlaml The other cheerleaders are Marlan Shuman sophomore Ray Van Slckler senior Carolyn ar nett lunuor Don Barrs sensor Sally Scott lunlor Jackne Muller lunlor Richard McGinnis lunlor Annette Barnett sophomore Bobby Mlnton sophomore Janet Spauldlng sensor As an added attraction the cheerleaders amazed the crowds at half time with their daring tumbllng fa X , 'fp CQMJ use 15-A 42 ,Ze T Q 3 l . tl - 4,4 :tx ' l :ea n 'Q l F , l X We ' A tl Y .4 V! t, -mi ' . ,W ,P l lr . XL 3 I If XX K il, . . .G W 4,,w . : If I , 1 X A 'M I I ' I B ' ,Y T , ' ' 1 , ' 1 J' A lt lt- , . . . . - t l K E A X rf it A is .. I J ATHLETIC BOOSTERS ASSOCIATION The bug event at the end of every football season IS the Foot ball Banquet gnven by the Ath Iettc Boosters Association Only the coaches and theur wnves the cheerleaders and football play ers are permntted to attend At the end of the year they also gnve a Spaghettl Supper In the cafeterla for the sprung teams Thus group not only provldes entertainment for those boys who are actnve un school sports but they also encourage students to attend school athletlc events The club which at present has twenty two active members holds nts buslness meetungs once a month at the homes of the mem bers The offlcers are left to rxght Mrs Walter Jones Mrs F V Cooper Mrs Callahan Mrs Clnft Horton and Mr Demo rest Not plctured ns Mrs W R Humphreys I I . ' I . . , . . . , . , . nl - vs , . November m s tle oot a season ln u Suunq will on zre an Lee game conventions and lourna lstzc meetings atten e y our news paper and yearbook sta G 54" 44 1947 NOVEMBER 1947 0 12 13 14 1 17 18 19 20 21 2 23 30 24 25 26 27 28 29 7 MISS MARIAN SHUMAN "'z0?:a' Hearn 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1 1 5 6 2 WILLIAM H SEARCY Born November 28 1929 Dred November 11 1947 The memory of Bully Searcy wall remam ln the hearts and munds of the many Jackson students who knew hum and admured hum Bull gave his all for Jackson and because of has slncertty and Interest In all actnvltnes connected wuth the school was dearly loved by everyone He was a leader In many clubs and orgamzatlons taklng part un the actrvltles of the Hu Y Dramatlc Club Oracle Staff Sensor Chorus and also cheering for our school durmg the athletvc seasons Though Bull dad not lrve to graduate he made for himself an endurnng place In Jackson s Hall of Fame The 1947 Convention of the National Scholastic Press As soclatlon attracted many members to Cleveland Ohio durung the latter part of November Delegates attending the con vention from the Tigers Claw were Mary Helen Speed and Mass Emlly Atklns sponsor Zoe Rentz Jane Atchley and Joyce Harrus were the delegates from the Oracle staff Courses of study took up part of the time whale the rest of the vlsut was spent rn sightseeing The Museum of Art pictured below was one of the many lovely bulldlng seen In Cleve land 46 ' A I K. N. S. P. A. CONVENTION l gil W lst Row Bull Hayes Elatne Marcum Mary Ann Harrnson Marguerute Brunson Sallne Demorest Sylvla McCully Mass Emnly Atkms 2nd Row Ray Bnllungsley Susan Hancock Mary Jane Webb Jean St John Mary Helen Speed Jackue Lloyd Burt Grnffm 3rd Row Robert Deloach Ed Whltfueld John Harvm Ben Rutherford Mutchell Kowkabany TIGERS CLAW Every three weeks members of the student body of Andrew Jackson are anxlous to read thelr school paper The Tigers Claw It IS full of news sports fea tures and other lnterestnng artncles about our school The staff IS made up of boys and gurls who are Interested In lournal sm and excel ln thus work They are Editor In chief Mary Helen Speed News Edutor Jean St John Sports Editor Robert De Loach Exchange Edutor Jackie Lloyd Business Manager Ray Billingsley Advertusung Manager Pat Nell Clrculatlon Manager, Ben Rutherford Cartoomsts Bull Hayes Eddie Dowllng Burton Grlffln Mary Ann Harruson Reporters Henrietta Stengel Elalne Marcum Gerald Sohn, Mary Jane Webb Sallle Demorest Marguerlte Brun son Sylvla McCully John Harvm Mvtchell Kowkabany Photographer Ed Whntfleld Sponsor Muss Emuly Atkuns 47 l l t 7. 1 ' 1 . 1 . 1 I 1 I 1. . .- 3 'D 1 1 1 - 1 1 . 1 .J- I , "1 ', 1' - 1 ' 1 I ' : ' ' . :'- ' r f I ' J I ' I 1 J 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I ' 1 1 1 f r J , . NX W M011 X X N X 'ifvalers up SENIOR FELLOWS OFFICERS 48 4 V Q 2 S Z S ll 1 A W v 1 ,f I' Vu QQ lk sk X I ,Z A xv 4 no S r 4' X I9 V00 ' "' N. r' I 1 I Row: Russell Shusteen, Lemuel Sharp, Jock Jones, George Boney. 2 Row: Fran Abernathy, . W. re , Harry Mahon, Mar Louise Gories. Kneeling Marguerute Boyd Vesta LeVuner lst Row Ruchard Blackman Fred Rush Bob Blllungsley Joe Newnham Walter Butler Ed Strube Fred Petty Mr Wnlson 2nd Row Breck Thomas Rut Shasteen Tommy Dale John Burroughs Hunt Comer James Beall Ray Van Sackler Clyde Roberts Bull Edge 3rd Row Lem Sharp Jay Cohen Luclan Forbes Marshall Bowden Dxck Pettugrew Fred Blount Ed Spence 4th Row Harry Broome Roland Wolfe Harold Gooddell Don Barrs lgnacla Sved Bernard Moseley Marlon Champa 5th Row Jo n Lucas Bull Dampxer Art MacMullan Robert Tatum Bull Hayes Larry Webb Bobby Horton Kerry McElhaney Oluver Joiner SENIOR FELLOWS CLUB Oh to be a Sensor Fellow IS the desire of every young Andrew Jackson sophomore boy, and at last the tame arrnves The boys then experuence one of the best years In theur Iuves Is that a person burning out on the held? Yes snree, that s a dummy of a Lee General Every year the Sensor Fellows sponsor a bonflre the mght before the tradltlonal Lee Jackson Thanksguvmg game On another occasnon the Sensor Fellows honored their January graduates by glvlng a very entertaining banquet An affair that was enloyed by all the boys was an excursion to Gold Head State Park with the Senior Gurls Ah la la This cl b along wnth the Junlor Boys Club and the Junlor Glrls Club sponsored the Coronatlon Ball which was of much Interest to the school All nn all the club enloyed a very successful year The offlcers of the first semester were President Paul Bosworth Vlce President Russell Shasteen Secretary Lemuel Sharp Treasurer Jack Jones Chaplain George Boney Reporter Frank Abernathy Sergeant at arms J W Corey Parllamentarlan Harry Mahon, Mascot, Mary Louise Gorles, Sponsor Mr Wilson The offucers for the second semester are President, Rnchard Blackman, Vnce President Clyde Roberts Secre tary Bob Bllllngsley Treasurer Fred Blount Reporter, James Beall Chaplain, Ray Van Sackler Sergeant at arms Rnchard Hunter, Mascots Vesta LeVmer, Marguerute Boyd Sponsor, Mr Wilson 49 5 1 F 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 I : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 . . 1 . . . , . U , 1 1 . , . - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' r ' - 1 1 ' 1 ' - - ' - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 J 1 ' ' r 1 , . . ll ,A 11 111 IQ Pi ll lll ll Qll ll ,L iii ill 3 '15 pf" Furst Row Coach Muddlekautf Don McCormack Gordon Savage Jack Kurkland lemuel Sharpe Bradley Tredennuck Douglas Scott Bull Edge Ruchard Blackman J W Corey Teddy Barber Coach Coram Second Row Coach Saare Bob Ransom Floyd Yeager Paul Bosworth Marvun Bowers Donald Puckett Red Hoggatt Gut Mauldun Ted Forsyth Ronnue ONeal Calvxn Roche Wundy Fred Petty Howard Luker Thurd Row Tommy Sharpe Hampton Tanner Oran Crosby James Beale Gene McKenzue Davud Fulford Barnum McCarty Bobby Horton Kenneth Parmenter Harold Dowdy Wulluam Mann Bob Allen Nathan Krestul Jummy Proctor Coach Nearung Faurth Row Earl McCombs Forest Eady Roy Turner Henry OSteen Roy Spauldung J D Strom Duck Hunter George Schleucher Ed Barnwell FOOTBALL The Tugers of 47 opened the season September 19 wuth Jum Coram servung hus furst year as head coach ln theur furst game the Tugers came up wuth a 19 O vuctory at the expense of Rule Hugh of Knoxvulle Tennessee Scott Hoggatt Schleucher paced the offense by garnerung a touchdown each wuth O Neal contrubutung the lone extra pount Mauldun Hunter, and Bosworth led the lune wh ch put up a great defensuve show un holdung the Rule Hugh offense to very luttle yardage In theur next outung on September 26 the Tugers came out on the short end of a 13 6 score at the hands of Jeffer on Hugh of Tampa Schleucher played an excellent game and turned un the lone touchdown for Jackson Forsyth and Mauldun played a good game up front as dud Petty and Tanner un the backfueld 13 0 was the score the followung week un the game wuth Muamu Jackson un the resort cuty and agaun the Tugers were on the short end of the score Tanner Hoggatt and Petty each played an outstandung game un the backfueld and Bosworth McCormack and Bowers turned un prauseworthy performances un th forward wall On October 10 the Tugers played another out of town game thus beung wuth Hullsborough un Tampa The Tugers outplayed the Tampa team throughout the game, but because of numerous bad breaks were on the short end of a 27 7 score Tanner scored the only touchdown and O Neal converted to account for the Tuger scorung The Red and Whute team played un the Gator Bowl the followung week end opposung Plant Hugh of Tampa lt gauned partual revenge for the defeat un Tampa for ut won 19 12 Petty crossed the double strupes tw ce and Hoggatt once wuth O Neal convertung after the second touchdown McCarty Mauldun, and McCombs played ex cellent lune games whule Schleucher and Tanner gave Petty and Hoggatt able assustance un the backfueld Followung an open date the Tugers met and were defeated by theur cross cuty ruvals Landon lt looked at furst as uf the Tugers were on the road to vuctory, then Hunter, the Tuger center made such a vucuous tackle that the Landon ball carruer fumbled the kuckoff and the Tugers recovered but ut went for naught when they fauled to score Petty whule playung hus best game to date scored the only touchdown for Jackson 50 wuz Fl , E I M - ,I fl- 1' " ..i.. B 1 sl 2 ,M I qu I sou ' 1 I I 1 - I I l I I . 1 es 5 'Q 1 n A --qv' ' . 1 . ' 1' 1 Q -dj 1' c L 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . , , . 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 . , . . . . . I ' 1 - 1 . - . , . . 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' I - 5 . . 1 1 1 o 1 1 H- - 1 ' ' 1 - 1 1 . . - I . , ' . I . , . . 1 - 1 ' - I D ' 1 ' 1 . , , . Miami Edison invaded Jacksonville on November 6 but was repelled by the Tigers to the tune of 38 7 Edison scored early in the game to lead 7 O but their lead was short lived as Jackson came roaring back and sent Schlelcher Hoggatt Petty and Savage across for four touchdowns in succession The teams left the field with the Tigers lead ng 26 7 as the Tiger Band came onto the field for the half time entertainment Petty turned In the most spectacular run of the Tiger s season by streaking straight up the middle of the field and over a couple of Edison players for an 82 yard touchdown run The next week end Young High of Knoxville Tennessee came to town and went home with a 13 7 triumph over the Tigers The Tigers were completely outplayed in the first three quarters but awakened in the last quarter almost to win when Petty after taking a hand off from Corey rambled straight up the middle to cut the Young High lead to l3 6 Bowers and Bosworth played a spectacular game as did Corey and Petty in the Backfield Daytona Beach s Mainland High was next on the Tiger schedule and was defeated 27 l2 in the Beach city J W Corey Fred Petty and Red Hoggatt sparked a fifty three yard drive in the first quarter to the Bucanner four yard line where Petty pile drlved over and O Neal converted Also scoring in the first quarter was Hoggatt who ran thirty seven yards for a touchdown after McCombs had intercepted a pass and of course O Neal con verted the traditional Thanksgiving Day game Lee scored the first touchdown when Lovern went fifty nine yards off h s own right tackle for a touchdown Then Red Hoggatt sparked a drive which saw beautiful blocking by the line to the Lee mne yard and then Red scored after taking a lateral from Petty Late in the second quarter the Tigers scored again Lee scored lust before halftime on a long pass play from Lltekey to Edwards After a lively but scoreless third quarter the Generals took the lead with about four minutes left in the game Taylor drove over the goal and the score was l8 16 in Lees favor The last touchdown was made by Bosworth who received a pass on the twenty yard line Petty Hoggatt and Bosworth turned in brilliant performances from their positions and Ted Forsyth and Grady Mauldm turned in scintillating defensive performances along with Earl McCombs This victory turned the Tiger s season from a mediocre one to a brilliant one and was a suitable ending for any athletic team s season THANXSG-IVIHG GAME 5l Six days after the Daytona triumph, the Tigers met and defeated a heretofore Hunconquerable Lee eleven" in ' I I ' I I BABY TIGER WHITES ll ll 'I gg: n Ill ll ll Ill ll? ll .I ll Ill ll ,L F555 Q YW 'S , 29 I0 46 20 3 43 14" 1-Fi' " 1 43"U?5 f- X1 'af sf -ff "23"",,40 -1-l91-s.,47m34-. 38..4g32.Q 4 I5 'N 4!Juf dr?" .1 Isl Row Osbourne Baxley Hewall Gallas Speadel Mosley Olaver Newsome Hall Van Zanl Wandy 2nd Row Coach Hury Granger Talasman Hayman Maxey Bell Damalo Broome Waldes Galloway Walson Coach Lofl 3rd Row Hoellzel Sloy Mayfaeld Speed Van Benscholen Davas BABY TIGERS For lhe second year an a row lhe Baby Tagers of Jackson have won lhe champaonshap of lhe Junaor Caly Conference Only lhas year lhe Baby Tager Whales won bul had lo share lhe lalle walh lhe Blues from Lee The Whales and lhe Reds had a hosl of oulslandang players who wall fand places on lhe 48 varsaly leam Carryang lhe colors for lhe Whales were Guard Ball Mosley End Carl Olaver Cenler Durham Searcy and Backs Ben Speadel and Norman Hoelzel Oulslandang for lhe Reds were Cenler Ball Forsylh and .lack Greene and Backs Charles Allman Charles Olaver and Tackle Tom Edwards Walh lhese oulslandang players on lhe Varsaly leam and leamed walh relurnang Varsaly lellermen Coach Coram and Coach Maddlekauf should have a very good season an lhe comang year lsl ow McCandless Draggers Olaver Carson Rabb Raaney Hulson McAllasler 2nd Row Barker Overlay Kowkabany Sunburg Merrall Pyke Wallaford Daxon Burke 3rd Row Coach Saare Paul Scarborough Smalh Fulford Searcy Greene Blackman Musleh Prace Coach Nearang 4lh Row Walers Hendry Rolhwealer Quarrles Mazelle Edwards Allman fa' - BABY TIGER REDS 52 r f Q 3.1 , ' 1 : ' '11 t 4 ,- 1 ., :A 14.1. ., M, A ,, -.H Q 3 1.1.4 Set, 1 , I . 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A , , . f' ,,. - - - - .1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 2 1 1 1 1 1 - , . 1 7 1 I 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 R : 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - : I I I I I I I I I I o 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - " "E 2 ' ll I 1' 1 .4 u to rght Mr :son secretary Mr au cCombs treasurer M E I ron res: ent Wxllram vm presldent Mr M A Demoresl prrncrpal DAD S CLUB The Andrew Jackson Dad s Club a member of the Natronal Federatron of Dad s Clubs strives to better the welfare of the students of Andrew Jackson Hugh School The Dad s Club sponsored the Red White football game and banquet rn November and was a co sponsor of the annual football banquet held In January Also delegates from the Jackson s Dad s Club were sent to the Educatronal Round Table held In Jacksonvllle Indeed the Dads Club deserves a vote of approval from Jackson Hugh Presrdent E C Horton VrcePres1dent Robert E Wlllrams Secretary M F Wulson Treasurer Paul McCombs 53 Lell r' : . M. F. W'l , 1 . P IM , 5 r, . C. "CI'ft" Hol , p 'd 7 Mr. R. E, " S, ' I I l f ' , . . 5 ' - ' , . " 1 , . . ' 1 , - December is the month for money-mad senior girls: also for ur", sponsored bv the Tllespians. 54 1947 DECEMBER 1947 1 12 1 15 16 17 18 19 0 121 22 23 24 25 26 27 Izs 29 so 31 A4 is lst Row Paul Albrltton Memorle Hamllton Shnrley Jordan Tommy Johnson 2nd Row Rosco Scarborough Andrew Jackson 3rd Row James Vlckers Horace Smnth Hl Y CONVENTION An outstandnng feature of the HI Y program for the year was a state convention held at Robert E Lee Hugh School under the dlrectlon of Mr Odls Hmnant durmg the early part of December The purpose of the convention was to acquamt each lndlvldual H1 Y with the actlvltles of the other Hn Y s throughout the state Numberung 280 delegates came from all over the state to attend the con ventlon The man who was responsible for seemg that the out of town delegates had rooms In which to stay whlle they were here was Mr Paul Morley Cllmaxmg the conventlon was a banquet and floor show given at the George Washington Hotel Kappa and Delta HI Ys ot Jackson were In charge of the floor show with Tommy Johnson of Delta actlng as Master of Ceremomes The followmg off cers were elected Presldent Duck Petry of Jacksonvllle Vlce Presidents Grady Benton of Gamesvllle Clark Bell of Mlaml, Secretary Dorothy Nelson of Ft Lauderdale Treasurer Bull Lawrence of Deland Chaplain Louis Bon steel of Mlaml, Sergeant at Arms Al Starllng ot Orlando 56 A A 1 N :. 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I 1 1 1 - : , . 1 , 1 .- . , . , . . . . . . . . . , I - - u . f 1 , 1 - I 1 ' 1 ' i I f I ' - . - I s ALPHA HI Y I s Row Mr rlson Clyde Roberts Bob Wetland Gordon Savage Walter Butler Shirley Jordan Harry Mahon Howard Luker Kermlth Hall Don Helms 2nd Row Julian Murray Llayd Head John Burrows Bobby Horton Kenneth Fall Ray Alvarez Malcolm Hutchlnson Ted Alvarez 3rd Row Duncan Maclnnls Frank On Rlchard Kowkabany Cleve Muller Otto Stoy Bruce Galloway Judson Durham Gene Klrkland Bully Burnett When the students look at the grounds of Andrew Jackson they lmmedlately thunk of the boys of the Alpha HI Y This lndustrrous group of boys helped keep up the court and also managed the cold lunch llne nn the cafeterra Alpha has been very active this year and all the members worked hard to keep up the tradltlon of being the best HI Y In the clty lt sponsored an educational service for the new members of all fine Hu Y clubs Many social affarrs have been given lncludlng hamburger fries hayrldes and an annual banquet The officers at the beglnnlng of the year were President Walter Butler Vrce Presndent Bob Murray Secretary Harry Mahon Treasurer Jack Jones Chaplain Gordon Savage Mascot Shirley Jordan Sponsor Mr M F Wilson Through nts leadershup Alpha has contrnued to build Chrrstlan characters nn the men of tomorrow The officers of the Alpha Hu Y for the second semester are Presnclent Bob Murray Vlce President Lloyd Head Secretary Clyde Roberts Treasurer Ted Alvarez Chaplaun John Burroughs Mascot Shirley Jordan Sponsor Mr M F Wnlson 57 an A111444 'lst Row John Lucas Donald McDonald Rlchard McGlnnvs Lemuel Sharp Floyd Yeager Bobby Overby 2nd Row Fred Petty Marshall Bowden George Carantza Fred Marrow Carl Harper Sonny Nodune Tommy McCandless 3rd Row Joe Yeager Bobby Poston Francls Fernety Tommy Sharpe Roy Evans 4th Row Russell Presson Roy Turner Wade Carter Jlmmy Proctor T H Braddock BETA HI Y Have you noticed the nlce shine on the honor roll plaque down by the Bug Shot Who sponsored the track meet for all the Jackson H: Ys'9 None other than Beta H: Y These two prolects are enough to keep anybody busy but Beta has found tme for other things too The members enloyed a very Interesting meetlng wlth gurls from Landon Hugh School one Wednesday night and they have partuclpated ln the mormng devotional glven over the loud speaker system May you have an even more successful year an 49 Beta HI Y' The officers for the flrst semester were Pres dent Lem Sharp Vlce Presndent Rchard McGmms Secretary Donald Helmly Treasurer Floyd Yeager Chaplaln Bobby Overby Mascot Janet Spauldmg Sponsor, Mr FredJ Morrow The officers for the second semester were Presldent Marshall Bowden Vuce President Lem Sharp Secretary Carl Harper, Treasurer Wade Carter Chaplann Roy Turner Mascot, Janet Spaulding Sponsor Mr FredJ Morrow 58 1 . Q 1' '11 i ' I V 5 . , . . . M..- 1 ,V V, 1 1 1 ' I ' 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 - - 1 door? Well, this was one of the proiects of Beta Hi-Y this year. . 1 , l , . I , ' . . . : 5 I E . - . I 2 I 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 i - - . . : . I I . h 1 1 1 ' 1 I 1 5 1 1 - . - I G GAMMA HI Y lst Row Bobble Martln Rlchard Hartley Leonard Strlckland Paul Albrntton Memorle Hamllton James Vuckers Russell Shasteen Robert Lamer Duck Crabtree 2nd Row Carlton Dtlbon Morrns Paul Emory Tnllns Jerry McNaur Al Dunlap J T Brown Charles Patterson Andrew Jackson Earl Parker Mr Demorest 3rd Row J W McCalllster Sam Burkett Harold Doughty Rnchard Sllverburg Francis Barker Floyd Bridges Robert Tatum Dudley Baker Gus Nolan Work work and more work was accompllshed by the members ot the Gamma HI Y thus year as It furnished the Library Councll room Thus was the mann prolect of the club for the year and was a great lmprovement m the looks of the I brary The mann oblect of Gamma Hn Y IS to create malntam, and extend throughout the school and community hugh standards of Chr.stuan character The boys of thus club endeavored to attaln this oblect during the year Gamma was very actlve socually during the year Co ed meetings and a Chrlst mas party with glrls of the Y Teens high lighted the actlvltles Leading the club during the furst semester were President, James Vickers, Vnce President, Paul Bos worth, Secretary, Leonard Strlckland, Treasurer, Paul Albrltton, Sergeant at Arms, J D Strom, Chaplam, Russell Shasteen, Mascot, Memorle Hamilton, and Sponsor, Mr M A Demorest The officers for the second semester are Presldent, James Vlckers, Vice President, Paul Albrltton, Secretary, Leonard Strlckland, Treasurer, Wayne Kitchen, Sergeant at Arms, Earl Parker, Mascot, Memorle Hamllton, Sponsor, Mr M A Demorest 59 ff , : R , ' 7 ht' - A . f 5 ,,,,...,-.. , A ff I ' A f 4 111 V, , - , - . ,T ' s . Q , 1' f ' 4 1' .:, ,, " A W - - Q - s 4 J ' V x . . , t A ' 2 59 . 'I ws Q' 7 I I 1 1 I , 1 I - : I I I I I ' ' I 1 1 1 - - z . . , 1 1 I I 1 1 1 - - I I I . ' I fb. OU A5 as Spf 1' X P I" lst Row Henry Greene Ollver .lomer Tommy Johnson Vesta l.eVlner Roland Wolfe Calvin Roac e Ray Flnkley 2nd Row Mr Haselden Edward Bruce Jerry Searcy Don Lee Bradley Kenelly Art McMlllan Kerry McElhaney Eddle Tarratus DELTA HI Y Good morning' Thus IS your mormng devotional brought to you by your Delta Ha Y Yes the credlt goes to Delta HI Y for startlng the mornmg devotions over the loud speaker system After Delta had the program for a week, other clubs were lnvlted to partuclpate Thanks to Delta teachers and pupuls no longer have to worry about who IS going to lead the opening exerclses In the homeroom every mormng Luke Kappa HI Y Delta celebrated Its flrst anniversary thus year This HI Y has deflmtely come a long way durmg the period of only one year Hlghtllghtlng the soclal events of the year was a hayrlde to the beach with Kappa Hu Y A devotlonal glven at the Springfield Presbyterian Church cllmaxed theur actlvutles of the year Congratulatuons Delta on your fme work The officers of the first semester were President Marvln Bowers Vlce President Tommy Johnson Secretary Bull Moore, Treasurer Roland Rousselle, Chaplam Wall Weaver Reporter Bull Edge, Mascot Vesta LeVmer, Sponsor Mr Haselden The officers for the second semester were President Tommy Johnson Vlce Presldent Wllllam Robertson, Secretary, Roland Wolfe, Treasurer, Roland Roussel Ie, Chaplain, Ollver Joiner, Sergeant at Arms, Calvin Roache, Mascot, Vesta Le Vnner, Sponsor, Mr Haselden 60 . . 4 V "' I A . ,,, .,, 3 , , ,I y ' :' ' A . s 0 A 4 ' ' . W 5, .3 " L 'w , ' 'I V A Q, . - 1, 6 Xp M, ' . 7' '- rt, , V l , , s , ts. AX n A' X , , , X 1 x -.1 t ' ,V I . 1 , - r , l 1 K . as .V , 'S' t P E lf 5 ,K . 8 1 , ' ' , , ' , , ' h , : ' I . I I I I . I , . o , T ' I - I ' . , . : I I l ' I 1 R I . I . I I 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' - : I f l ' I . . , I' lst Row Jack Barker Leslle Warnock Jack Strickland Eluzabeth Dorey Rlchard Hunter Charles Olnver 2nd Row Rlchard VonGenk George Boney Raymond Dalton Gllbert Fennell Dwaght Nlcholson Kenneth levln Joe Kuna 3rd Row Freddie Roberts Dlck Young Raymond Sanders Teddy Panos 4th Row Klrkland Alderman Charles Sharpton Bully Hunter Norman Hoeltzel 5th Row Edward Whute George Speed Robert Grooms KAPPA HI Y Kappa Hn Y experienced a very successful year, bemg glven the highest ratung of the Hr Y sm Jacksonville and the fifth hlghest In the state This IS qulte an honor for thus young Hu Y had thelr first anmversary thus year Heading the numerous actlvltles during the year were an annlversary party a wemer roast and a Chrustmas program In the audltorlum for all the other Andrew Jackson Hu Y s Thelr capable and worthy officers for the first semester were President, Jack Strlckland Vlce Presldent Jack Barker Secretary James McMurray, Treasure , Roy Spaulding Chaplam Terrell Sessums Mascot Elizabeth Dorey Sponsor Mr Ken neth Brooks, The officers for the second semester were Presudent Richard Hunter Vlce Pres: dent Charles Wamwrlght Secretary Leslle Warnock Treasurer Charles Ollver Chaplain Terrell Sessums Sergeant at Arms Fulton Crews Mascot Elnzabeth Dorey Sponsor Mr Kenneth Brooks 61 I Center J W Corey left to Right Jane Wynn Joyce Wade Margie Bethea Mrs Dorothy Smith Bootsie Horne Joyce Bracewell Emma Jane Beasley SENIOR GIRLS CLUB lf you want to see where all the glamour IS at Andrew Jackson gust visit with the Senior Girls Club Yet these pretty girls really work hard The Senior Girls Club develops leadership and high ideals ln the school Not only has it benefited the school but It has also promoted both friendship and fun among its members Some of its prolects were Senior Girls Jubilee Senior Girls Tea and Calendars The officers for the first semester were President Margie Bethea Vice President Joyce Wade, Secretary, Bootsie Horne, Treasurer, Jane Wynn, Chaplain, Joyce Bracewell, Reporter, Emma Jane Beasley, Sponsor, Mrs. Smith, and Mascot, J. W. Corey. The officers for the second semester are: President, Joyce Wade, Vice-President, Betty Jean Hill, Secretary, Bootsie Horne, Chaplain, Elizabeth Dorey, Treasurer. Jane Wynn, Reporter, Emma Jane Beasley, Sponsor, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Mascot, Richard Blackman. 62 lsl Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4lh Row Sth Row Phlllups Clanlon Foster Boyd Corey Sterling Chnlds LeVnner Dyers Bruck Gray Renlz Truwlck Buller Cowley Ransome Edenfueld Cannon Wallace Hull Smulh Treece Gordon Warrlnglon Muller Caruthers Sulllvan Tnson Srengal Hrggunbofham Mock Weaver Spaulding Safrnet Dauphun Broome Crolley Harvey Dorey Shadhood Sealy nt vw i '11 1 bowl .Sky 5' out may lsl Row 2nd Row 3rd Row Alh Row 5lh Row 6ll1 row Wynn, Wade, Belhea, Corey, Horne, Bracewell, Beasley Pelty, Evans Holmes, Brown, Morruson, Davis, Goff, Clary, Edison, Mrs Smllh Lacy, Brice, Morgan, Slkes, Bornelf, Clemons, Bamford, Hnghsmuth Seeley, Jordan, Fernely, Fulmer, Garnes Purcell, Lacy, Lohman Bundruck, Davus, Smulh, Goff, Sumner, Voght, Glnsson Falls, Horns, Hlghsmlth, Volenllne, Confer, Perry, Klnmon 63 as , .-- M2 M N 3:3 I J' ,, ,M ,I fn- a- Nz I 3. 1 ' " " A , , , ' 'f' ,ln ' l ' ' V' ' ' 5 , , 4- gh 'M 5, M V , A , - ,,"'G" .ff ' A 1 f A- My A - ' f' ' 'M ' ,,, .,. .' ,Q , . S ' L "JY 5 V V 5' , ww, 2 4 l ' 4 f I ' ' if - 4 a ' - . 'Q 2. ' I , ' ' , ,, "' " 1 4 U I . 35 Q .- . , 4. , s 7 Q 1 ' , - l x., , J K 1 I - 6' l . 4 V9 c I 2 ' . , , , , I . - 2 I I I I I I I ' Z I I I I I I I I ' : I I V I I ! ' 2 , . , , , . , , - Q 'fm i M 2 Q l K N M fr' "'?YlUvr .U s.s-if 2 lst Row Sallue Demorest Terrell Sessums Susan Hancock Jackie Falls Jay Cohen Barbara Trawlck 2nd Row Dorothy Wolfe Mary Helen Speed lgnaclo Sved Bernard Moseley Mary Jane Webb Delores Femberg Muss Glover NATICNAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Publuc speakung debatmg, and other phases of oratory are luke the A B Cs to the members of the National Forensic league of Andrew Jackson The alm of the society IS to promote, stimulate, and encourage Interest and ablllty In debating and to educate Its members along the lmes of public speaking, clear thlnklng and logical reasoning Three Important events sponsored by the club were a student congress, a debate tournament, and a speech tournament lt played host to the Student Congress on December 12 and l3 taking flrst place as a school During the day, the Jackson students vlslted the House which held Its sessions In the audltorlum From thus group of students will come some of the future polltlcal leaders of the country The officers for the first semester were President .lackle Falls, Vlce President George Boney, Recordmg Secretary Susan Hancock Correspondmg Secretary Delores Feinberg Treasurer Gerald Sohn, Hlstorlan, Duck Pettlgrew, Sponsor, Mass Glover The offucers for the second semester were President Gerald Sohn, Vlce Presldent Jackie Falls, Secretary, Susan Hancock, Treasurer Duck Pettlgrew, Correspondmg Secretary .lay Cohen Hlstorlan Ted White, Sponsor, Mrss Glover 64 lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4th Row 5th Row 6th Row Wolfe Luker Jordan Hrggunbotham Hamrlton Falls Lawhorne Wullramson Horton Spencer Trowlck Safer Long Druver Mrs Adams Butler Copeland Houghton Phllllps Atchley Marcum McCully Skaff Mass Davrs Hamrlton Perry Lacy Muller Wade Ledbetter Rentz Peacock Clary lynn Alvarez Dorey Morgan Edrson Brooks Warnock Klnmon Van Srckler Webb Moseley Blount Hancock Hunt DRAMATIC CLUB Wrlbur, Wrlbur, where are you? Where have we heard thus before? Of course, at the December meeting of the P T A when the Dramatic Club presented a fifteen minute play which was wrltten, produced and directed by members of the club These ambxtlous members displayed ther talent so that even their fellow Jackson school mates were astomshed They are Interested nn developung thenr dramatrc abuluty and each member us guven a chance to do the lob he lskes best In thus field They owe a vote of thanks to thelr capable dlrector and the offncers They are presldent Howard Luker, Vlce presldent Harry Mahon, Secretary, Memorne Hamrlton, treasurer, Jackle Falls ser geant at arms, Fred Blount, Chaplain Vesta Le Vlner, and sponsor, Mrs Beverly Adams The second semester the Dramatic Club and the National Thesplan Society were comblned and the offlcers elected are all Thesplans They are as follows presldent, Shrrley Hlggunbotham, vlce president, Shrrley Jor dan, secretary Memorre Hamrlton, treasurer, Howard Luker, chaplam, MlTIGm Law horne reporter Jackle Falls, hrstoruan Dorothy Wolfe, sponsor, Mass June Davls 65 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . ., , . 1 . . , ' 1 1 ' . . I . . I . . 1 1 1 ' fanuury is u surf montlz for we lose our high seniors, who have done well in all of Illeir uclivifivs. Im! tlw Club Imnquvi is far from being sud. 66 1948 JANUARY 1948 2 16 19 20 21 22 23 2 26 27 28 29 30 31 MISS BETTY JEAN CHILDS L23-'A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 1 1 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 7 18 24 5 NUA AT rifle Left to rsght Walter Butler Chaplasn Dorss Hasre Secretary Harry Mahon Pressdent Msss Gladys Rschardson Sponsor Paul Bosworth Vsce Pressdent Wslma Warren Treas urer Jack Jones Sergeant at Arms MAHON HARRY College H Jacksonvslle Florsda Pressdent Sensor Class Student Coun csl 2 Chaplasn 3 Treasurer 4 Alpha 2 3 4 5ecretay3 4 YTe Mascot 3 4 Dramatsc Club Vsce Pressdent 4 Natsonal Honor Socsety 3 4 Chaplasn 4 Lsbrary Councsl 3 4 Sgt at Arms 4 Junsor Boys Club Vsce Pressdent 3 Pressdent Chasrman Commencement Ushers 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Head Cheerleader 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Parlsamen tarsan 4 Leadershsp Club 4 Track 3 4 Baby Tsgers 2 Whos Who Class Nsght 4 Tsger Key HAIRE DORIS General Dorsey Valdosta Georgsa Secretary Sensor Class 4 National Honor Socsety 3 4 Pressdent 4 Y ens 2 3 4 Cha I 3 Sg Arms 4 Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 ressdent 2 nsor Gsrls Cub Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Student Councsl 2 3 4 Recesved Mantle 4 Deans Oflsce 3 4 Sophomore Chorus Grs Glee 2 Sensor Chorus 3 4 Whos Who Chrsstmas Pageant Class Nsght 4 Tsger Key BUTLER WALTER General Wret Jacksonvslle Florsda Chaplasn Sensor Class 4 Alpha Hs Y 3 4 Pressdent 4 Junsor os Club 3 Chaplasn 3 Sgt at Arms Estrellstas 2 3 4 Treasurer Reporter 3 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Avsatson Club 4 Sophomore and Junsor Basketball 2 3 Leadershsp Club 4 Bsg Wheels Class Nsght 4 BOSWORTH PAUL BROOKS College Pablo Bsrmsngham Ala Vsce Pressdent Sensor Class 4 Gamma 2 3 4 Vsce Pressden u 2 3 4 Chaplasn 4 Track 2 4 Co Captasn 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Pressdent 4 Baby Tsgers 2 Varssty ball 3 Class Nsght 4 Chrsstmas Page ant 4 Tsger Key WARREN WILMA Com mercsal Smsley Jacksonvslle Flo Treasurer Sensor Class 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Student Councsl 2 3 Deans sce 3 4 Oracle 4 Facu Edstor 3 Whos Who Class Nsght 4 Commercsal Medal JONES JACK EDENFIELD College Glow Worm Jacksonvslle Fla Sgt at Arms Sensor Class 4 Alpha 3 reasurer 4 Clu Tsgers Claw Reporter 2 3 Junsor Boys Club 3 Sensor Fellows u 4 Treasurer 4 rack Leadership Club 4 Whos Who Class Nsght 4 l E R C H L 4 f 1 5 A s .I .' A , . s. 1 A . ss I ' 1 , ' : ' ' , 2 . ' z ' ' 1 7 , - ' : ' , - Hi-Y , , , f , s - en 4 iii? A ' - ' ' 1 , s ' , I - , Hi-Y , , , ' - ' s-1, "J" F I Q , A K Cl b , , . ' : , 3, I 1 i . A l f , . ' 5 ' ' , - J' ' .QJMV . . . ' ' . ' . f F P 31 u ' I 3? 77i5f?f Football 3, 47 Junior Varsity Basket- Q 5 s QF' . ' . ' , I f ' in X Q35 ' : ' s , fi N V lf ' , f ' 1 - off' , , 3, , ny Te , , 1 Pla'n , t-at- ' I ' 7 ' 7 P ' , Ju' ' I 3, ' ' ' , 1 2: i l ' 2 ' , : ' 1 ' 4: ' 1 ' . - ..' l ... ' . ' I . I ls ss' 3 ' .- - ' 5 - - Q Hi-Y , 4, T 5 "J" b 3, ' -' ' , - - 4: ' , . 4: I ' F n g . 2, , , ' : ' B ' 7 . D D Y3, cs b , , T 3, 4, lu: ' , , , 2. . ' ' 1 ' z ' . 68 BAKER BETTY EARLINE General Bsrd Brasn Jacksonville Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Pepperettes 2 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Class Nsght 4 Bsg Wheels BALAGUER ADELE General Brains Jacksonvslle Florsda BARKER JACK General Barky Jacksonvslle Florsda Kappa Hs Y 3 4 Vsce Pressdent 4 Sensor Fellows 4 Oracle Staff 4 Class Nsght 4 BARNETT MARIl.YN REGINA Commercsal Lynn Jacksonvslle Florsda Sophomore Grls 2 Junsor Gsrls Sensor Gsrls 4 Dramatsc Club 3 4 Teens 4 Oracle Staff 3 4 Asssstant Faculty Edstor 3 4 Typsst 4 Student C uncsl 4 Sensor Grls Jubslee 3 Pepperettes 2 Class Nsght 4 BETHEA MARGIE General Hsps Jacksonvslle Florsda Dramatsc Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Pressdent 4 Junsor Gsrls 3 ubs lee 3 4 Sponsor Lee Jackson Game 4 Calendar Gsrl 4 Chrsstmas Pageant 4 Class Nsght 4 Sophomore Gsrls 2 Gsrls Glee 2 3 SNO DICK Commercsal Onssb Jacksonvslle Florsda Aeronautics Club 2 3 Vsce Pressdent 3 Reporter 2 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Dramatsc Club 4 Chrsstmas Pageant 4 Class Nsght 4 BONEY GEORGE FRANK College Bonosaka Savannah Georgsa Vsce Pressdent State Hs Y Councsl 3 N 2 3 4 Treasure 3 Pressdent 4 Kappa Hs Y 3 4 Vsce Pressdent 4 El Csrculo Panamerlcano Cha s 4 Las Estre stas Tsgers Claw 4 Sensor Fellows 4 Who s Who Class Nsght 4 Tsger Key Hsstory Medal BRACEWELL, JOYCE ANN. Commercial. 'Jabo" Miami Florida Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Choplasn 4 u nt Council 2 3 4 Junsor s Cu 3 D C T 3 Dramatsc Club 2 3 4 Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Jubslee 4 Class Nsght 4 BRICE BETTY ANN Commercsal Babs Tampa Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Y Teens 4 Dra matsc Club 4 Oracle Representatsve 3 4 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Gsrls Glee 2 3 Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Class Nsght 4 Dean s Office 4 BROOKS BEATRICE MARIE General Bea Jacksonvslle Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Class Nsght BROOME BETTY IRIS General Slsm Savannah Georgna Band 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Gsrls Glee 2 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Junsor Gsrls 3 G A A 2 3 4 Peppere 3 Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Class Nsght 4 BROWN LEANZA General Lea Jacksonvslle Florsda Dean s Office 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 G s Glee 2 3 Junsor Gsrls Club Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Sophomore Chorus 2 BRYAN LORETTA JOAN College Juana Opp Alabama El Csrculo Pan Amerscano 2 Pressdent 4 Secretary 3 Editor Chsef El Csrculo Pan Amerscano 4 Feature Edstor 3 4 Sensor Chorus 2 4 Class Nsght 4 Spanish Medal CLANTON KENNETH MARVIN General Senator Jacksonvslle Florsda Sensor Fellows Club 4 Deans Offsce 4 Junsor Boys Club 3 Gamma Hs Y 2 Chrsstmas Pageant 4 Class Nsght COREY JOHN WESLEY General J W Stateboro Georgia J Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Treasurer 4 Senior Fellows Club 3 Sgt at Arms 4 Varsity Football 4 Baby Tl ers Football 2 Varsity Basketball 2 3 4 Track 3 Mascot Senior Girls Club 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Class Night 4 Senior Girls Jubilee 4 Whos Who CORREN EDGAR T General Corn Jacksonville Florida Senior Fellows Club 4 Leaders Club 4 Kappa HIY 3 4 Junior oys b 3 Baby Tiger Football 3 Track 4 Class Night 4 CREWS NORMA General Noney Jacksonville Florida Senior Girls Club 4 Senior Girls Jubl 4 Girls Glee Club 2 4 Ca Night 4 DAVIS MILLICENT CLARK Commercial Boots Jacksonville Florida G A A 2 Sophomore Girls Club 2 Senior Girls Club 4 Y Teens 4 Tigers Claw Representative 2 Christmas Pageant 4 Class Night 4 DE GARMO DONALD ROSS General Bubbles Kingston New York Tigers Claw 2 3 4 Oracle Staff Class Night 4 DRURY DORIS MARIE. General. Do". Jacksonville Florida. Senior Girls Club 45 Senior Girls Jubi- lee 45 Class Night 4. EADY, HAROLD FORREST. General. "Barracuda", Chicago, Illinois. Senior Fellows Club 45 Baby Tigers Football 2, 35 Varsity Football 45 Class Night 45 Who's Who. EDISON HAROLD J General Turhan Jacksonville Florida chestra 2 3 and 4 e H Y 4 Senior Fellows Club 4 Cass Night 4 ELLISON LANIDA ERLENE General Blondie Jacksonville Florida Senior Girls Club 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Class Night 4 FIELDS JAMES FRANKLIN General Fimmy Jacksonville Florida T Clu FOUNTAIN ANNA MARIE General Midget Jacksonville Florida Sophomore Girls Club 2 D C T G A A 2 Pepperettes 2 FULMER LILLIE CAROLYN General Ll Jacksonville Florida mor Grls Club YTeens Irs Glee 3 Junior Girls Cub Sophomore Girls Club 2 Treasurer 2 Whos Who Class Night 4 Deans Office 4 Oracle Representative 3 4 Oracle 3 GOFF GERTRUDE A, College. "Gertie". Jacksonville Florida. ent Nite 2, 35 . . A, 25 Sen' Girls Club 45 Senior Girls Jubilee 45 Class Night 4. GOFF, PATRICIA ANN. General. " a". Jacksonville, Florida. Pepperettes 25 Senior Girls Club 45 French Club 35 Sophomore Girls Club 25 Senior Girls Jubilee 45 Christmas Pageant 45 Class Night 4. GORIES MARY LOUISE College L Jacksonvslle Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubs lee 4 Sensor Chorus 3 4 Mascot Sensor Fellows 4 Kappa Hs Y Show 4 Talent Nste 2 3 Sophomore Cho rus 2 Gsrls Glee 3 Who s Who Class Nsght 4 Mussc Medal GROOMS ROBERT B General Blondse Jacksonvslle Florsdo Kappa Hs Y 4 HASTINGS BERNICE RAMONA Commer csal Mona Jacksonvslle Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 HAWKINS RICHARD General Dsck Jacksonvslle Florsda Tsgers Claw 2 Varssty Baseball 2 HIGHSMITH MARTHA CAROLYN. Gen- eral. Moon .Jacksonville Florida. Tigers Claw 2- Senior Girls Club 4- Y-Teens 4- Dramatic Club 4- Junior Girls Club 3- Christmas Pageant 4- Who's Who- Class Night 4. HODGES, JOHN KENNETH. College. "Ape". Jacksonville, Florida. leaders Club 4. HOLMES, GWENDOLYN JUNE. General. "Gwennie". Asbury Park, New Jersey. Sophomore Girls Club 25 Talent Night 25 Senior Girls Club 45 Senior Girls Jubilee 45 Class Night 4. 3- HUCKS ADDIE ELIZABETH General Betty Jocksonvslle Florsda Pepperettes 2 3 Gsrls Glee Club 2 JOHNS LUCILLE General Csle Plant City Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 KEEN OCEAY WILSON General J Callahan Florsda KIDD ALBERT CURTIS College Lsttle Goat Demopolss Alabama Sensor Fellows 4 KNIGHT JULIAN ROBERT. General. "Nana". Jacksonville Florida. Senior Fellows Club 4. KOWKABANY FRED. College. "Butch". Jacksonville Florida. National Honor Society 3 4 Sgt.-at- Arms 45 Student Council 3, 4, Report- er 35 Senior Fellows 45 Salutatorian5 English, Science and Math Medals. LACY, BETTY JUNE. General. "Lazy". Jacksonville, Florida. Dean's Staff 3, 45 Senior Girls Jubi- lee 45 Junior Girls Club 3: Senior Girls Club 45 Sophomore Girls Club 2, LEVIN KENNETH CHARLES College Peter Lorre New York City N Y Senior Fellows Club 4 Debaters Ciu Kap a H1 Y 4 Christm Pageant 4 Class Night 4 MANN DON M General Sandy Jacksonville Florida Kappa H Y 4 Senior Fellows Club 4 Christmas Pageant 4 MANN WILLIAM EMANUEL Commercial Willie Jacksonville Florida Jackson Band 3 4 Baby Tiger F ot ball 3 Varsity Football 4 Christmas Pageant 4 MARTIN AUDREY General Blondie Long Island New York Senior Girls Club 4 Oracle Circula tion Staff 3 4 Y Teens 3 4 Sopho m re Grls 2 Junior Glrls 3 Senior Girls Jubilee 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Big Wheels MARTINDALE NEWMAN BOYD College Quack Jacksonville Florida Senior Fellows Club 4 MATHIS HOMER EUGENE Genera E Dmsmore Florida McMURRAY JAMES EVERETT. General. "Crazy-legs . Jacksonville Florida. Kappa Hi-Y 3 4 Secretary 3 4- u+ ent Council 27 Tigers Claw 27 Club 3, 47 Track 3, 45 Sophomore Boys Club 2. MOITT MARYLA RUTH Commercial Toni Jacksonville Florida Christmas Pageant 4 MOBLEY JOSEPH BERRY General J B West Green Georgia MOORE EMILY Commercial Priss Valdosta Georgia MOORE ESTHER MAE General Johney Chattanooga Tenn MORRISON JANET MARIE General Stupid Cleveland Ohio unlor Girls Club 3 Senior Girls Club Dramatic Club 3 4 Christmas Pageant 4 ELSON BETTY JANE Commercial Dopey Jacksonville Florida perettes 2 3 G A A National Honor Society 3 4 NOBLES RICHARD RANDLE. General. "Rambling Rick '. Griffin Georgia. Sophomore Boys Club 25 Junior Boys Cu 31 Senior Boys Club 45 Track 31 Christmas Pageant 4. PAGETT MARY LOIS Commercsal Prsncess Evansvslle lndsana Student Councsl 3 Sophomore Gsrls ub 2 Spanssh Club 3 4 Deo Staff 4 Class Nsght 4 PANOS THEODORE GUS College Teddy Jacksonvslle Florsda EI Csrculo Pan Amerscano 3 Sgt at Arms 3 Kappa Hs Y 3 4 Pressdent 3 Debotors Club 2 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Natsonal Honor Socsety 4 PARKER MAE FRANCES Commercsal Pszkse Jacksonvslle Florsda T 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sopho more Chorus 2 Junsor Chorus 2 PORTNOY WALTER General Porky Jacksonvslle Florsda Sensor Fellows Club 4 SANDIFER EMORY HOMER College Jacksonvslle Florsda Student Coaches Club 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Track 4 Class Nsght 4 SATTERFIELD ELAINE ALMA College Atlanta Georgsa Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Gsrls Glee Club SAVAGE GORDON HAROLD College Doc Jacksonvslle Florsda ha H Y 2 4 Chaplasn Lsbrary Councsl 3 4 Pressdent 4 Vsce Pressdent 3 Junsor Boys Club 3 Treasurer 3 Oracle Stoll 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 leadershsp Club 4 Cub 2 3 4 Sensor Cho s 3 4 Student Councsl 2 Varssty Foot b 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Baby Ts s Football 2 Class Nsght 4 Tsger Key SCHLEICHER GEORGE ROBERT General Brasn Jacksonvslle Florsda De a Hs Y 3 4 Varssty Football 4 Baby Tsgers Football 2 3 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Bsg Wheels Class Nsght 4 SHARRETTS RODERIC SIDNEY General Rod Summerdale Alabama Band 2 3 4 Pressdent 2 Band Mona ger 3 Sensor Chorus 4 Sensor Or chestra 3 Sophomore Junsor Varssty Basketball 2 3 4 Whos Who Class Nsght 4 SMITH BETTY Commercsal Dark Eyes Greenacres Csty Florsda G A A 2 3 4 Sensor Representatsve 4 Pepperettes 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubs lee 4 Class Nsght 4 SPAULDING ROY JAMES Commercsal Jellybean Jacksonvslle Florsda Kappa Hs Y 4 Treasurer 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Baby Tsgers Football 3 Varssty Football 4 Bsg Wheels Class Nsght 4 STRICKLAND JACK DURHAM Commer csal Strsck Jacksonvslle Florsda Ka pa H Y 3 4 Vsce Pressdent 4 Pressdent 4 leadershsp Club 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Swsmmsng Team 4 STROM JEFFERSON DAVIS General J D Jacksonvslle Florsda ma HsY 2 3 4 Sen Felo 4 Baby Tsger Football 2 3 Vars ty Football 4 STRUBE JACK EDWARD General Jacksonvslle Florsda Band 3 4 Junsor Boys Club 3 Sensor Fellows Club 3 Varssty Football 3 SWINFRED BETTY JEAN General Thomaston Georgia Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Y Teens 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 3 4 Chrsst mas Pageant 4 Bug Wheels Class Nsght 4 TOMLINSON JAMES RICHARD Commer csa Dsck Jacksonville Florsda Sensor Fellows Club 4 VAN BENSCHOTEN HARRIET BARBARA General Scrushmure Jacksonville Florsda Sensor Gsrls 4 Pepperettes 2 Sensor Grs Jubslee 4 Chrustmas Pageant 4 Whos Who VON GENK RICHARD ALLEN General Genk Jacksonville Florsda Kappa Hs Y 3 4 WEAVER WILLIAM J JR College Bubbles Jacksonvslle Florsda sn Club 2 De H Chaplosn 3 4 National Honor Socsety Q.. YEAGER FLOYD GEORGE. General. 'Gregory . Jacksonville, Florida. Be a Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 41 "J" b 3, 4, Reporter 4, Senior Fellows 4, Junior Boys Club 3, Library Council 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Dramatic Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4g Mana- ger Varsity Football 3, 4, Class Night 4. 74 WHITE WILLIAM H General BII Jacksonvslle Florsda WITTEN NATALYN RAE Commercsal Nat Manstowoc Wssconssn Sensor Gsrls Club 4 WOLFE ANITA S College Nsta New York New York Band 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 El Csrculo Pan Amerscano 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Class Nsght WOODARD A BRUCE General Woody Cordele Georgia 4 Sgt at Arm Vsce Pressdent 4 Pressdent 4 WORKMAN PATIENCE MARIE General Pat Savannah Georgia nsor Gsrls Club 4 G Pepperettes 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubs lee 4 Christmas Pageant 4 it 1 "Who' BEST ALL-ROUND WILMA . . . Gay Laugh . . . Always Striving for the Best in Life . . . Genuine Friendliness .. .MISS WARREN. HARRY . . . Conscientiously leading the Senior Class as President . . . Every Place at Once . . . God's Gift To Women . . . MR. MAHON. JANUARY CLASS BEST LOOKING HARRIET . . . Dark Beauty . . . Lovely Smile . . . Radiant Charm . . .Winning Personality . . . MISS VAN BENSCOTEN. ROD . . . Tall, Dark, Handsome . . . Sincere . . . Ambitious . . . Quiet Manner . . MR. SHARRETTS. Who" Liv Q' so nh. llii III! llll . n I I I .IANUARY CLASS MOST-LlKELY-TO- SUCCEED MARY LOUISE . . . Talented . . . Participat- ing in Everything and Excelling in All . . . Sparkling Eyes . . . MISS GORIES. GEORGE . . . A Human Dynamo . . . Speeches . . . Essays . . . Forceful Personality . . . Persuasive . . . MR. BONEY. , ry N mac "Who's Who" 9 , as MOST ATHLETIC LILLIE . . . Always Playing For The Love of The Game . . . Vivacious . . . Dimples . . . An Outdoor Girl . . . MISS FULMER. J. W .... Fair Winner, Good Loser . . . Modest . . . Known By All . . . One of Basketball's Best . . . MR. COREY. , s JANUARY CLASS Mosr ORIGINAL CAROLYN . . . Always Ready For Fun . . . A Smile and A Greeting For Everyone . . . Sincere. . .MISS HlGHSMlTH. FORREST.. . "Cap'n Eady" . . . Roguish . . . Unexpected Wit and Dry Humor . . . MR. EADY. "Who's Who" .4,- -..Lin -,,. A ,Mm MOST POPULAR DORIS . . . Petite and Sweet . . . Friendly To All . . . Favorite Among Classmates . . . MISS HAlRE. JACK . . . Gay and Serious in Turn . . . Winning Naturalness . . . Capable and Clever. . . MR. JONES. NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY lf you want to see where all the actors and actresses are in Andrew Jackson, go to a meeting of the National Thespian Society. Students who have attained outstanding merit in dramatic work are eligible for this club. From these actors spring the backbone of dramatic achievements here at Jackson. The second semester the Dramatic Club and the National Thespian Society were combined and the officers elected are all Thespians. They are as follows: President, Shirley Higginbotham, vice-president, Shirley Jor- don, secretary, Memorie Hamilton, treasurer, Howard Luker, chaplain, Miriam Lawhorne, reporter, Jackie Falis, historian, Dorothy Wolfe, sponsor, Miss June Davis. 'lst Row: Jackie Falis, Howard Luker. 2nd Row: Floyd Yeager, Mrs. Adams, Harry Mahon. 3rd Row: Memorie Hamilton, Shirley Higginbotham, Miriam Law- thorne, Shirley Jordon. SNAP HOT CONTEST Honorable Mention Second Prize First. Prize 78 Th ird Pr i2-B 1 nu.-4 rl tomar us, 'J , '14, I Y wx' M -.F ,,.,A. M , r Tiff fr ' , wh ' If tx' T X 1 I 'A 1 ' , X A X ' -1 u A 'Av su 21. Q' ,T ' V V lst Row: Floyd Yeager, Paul Bosworth, Red Hoggatt, Barnum McCarty, J. W. Corey, Bob Murray. 3d I , ' ' , ' , , ' , ' , ' ' , Ed 4th 2 ' , , , , . , ' - 501 1 , ' , , ' ' . ' , ' , , 695 1 " ' ' , ' , ' , - . , , ' , li H . . ? , . . . 1 . I I . h . I I 1 - - ' 1 I ' ' 1 I u - . : . . 2 . . f ' u i u . , , I g 2nd Y Row Duck Crabtree Jack Wulson Douglas Scott Jack Jones James McMurray Bob Allen Coach Muddlekauff Row Coach Coram Bradley Tredunnuck Bull Edge Howard Luker Charles Oluver Bobby Martun Jummy Hucks Spence Gene Calhoun Ted Forsythe Row Davud Fulford Harold Dowdy Bob Ransom Lemuel Sharp Kenneth Parmenter Nathan Krestul Bull Mann Row Earl McCombs Calvun Roche Harold Taylor Ronnue ONeal George Schleucher Ruchard Hunter James Beal Fred Lewus Joe Gardner Bobby Horton Row Wundy Grady Mauldun Roy Spauldung Floyd Brudges J D Strom Gordon Savage Ruchard Blackman Henry OSteen Ruchard McGunnus Fred Petty CLUB Who are the boys that attract the attentuon of most of the Jackson gurls lt couldnt be the members of the J Club wuth theur varsuty letters and sweaters' The purpose of thus organuzatuon us to foster hugh standards of sportsmanshup and to create a better understandung and greater unuty among the varuous sports The offucers for the furst semester were Presudent Barnum McCarty Vuce Presudent Red Hoggatt Secretary and Treasurer J W Corey, Chaplaun Paul Bosworth Sergeant at arms Bob Murray and Reporter Floyd Yeager The offucers for the second semester were Presudent, Marvun Bowers Vuce Presudent Ruchard Blackman, Secretary and Treasurer Donald Puckett Chaplaun Henry OSteen, and Sergeant at arms Earl McCombs 79 l:0lJl'llllf'y brings lo mind our lmslzetfmu Ivmn: ufso valentines am snupfslmts ure seen Cl'Ofyll'Il0f0. 80 I ,i V. VV , ix -JS . ft is I MISS MARJORIE BOUTTE 1 948 F E B R U A R Y 1948 1 16 18 13 14 20 21 27 28 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY i 8 9 1 0 1 1 2 1 5 1 7 1 9 22 23 2 4 2 5 2 6 29 Lu,. Full Muon 24th 1 ' ' UQ -6 Q1 ,V , e mf, f' E Z 4 ' ' 4 5 ,pw S Y 2 e . ' EE' a . r s I ' I . i 1 A K 'N 4 ' -. 5 Y . . ' X I X l ' 5 , ' E Vx f 1 '32 Y , ,, A by 4, ' ' ' "l"1 un. dc JJ I1 dk U 3 I J, 1. Sc Lew LJA. Ohn8c fvklq A T rw A15 sv UQ :BMW 8: mrnest. '1 1- llx CEI NJ T L 82 -w' 961 .-7-3-ni 1 lr 2 new IDM 9K8 HG R6 'Ist Row Wlndy Bobby Ransom Joe Gardner Rlchard Blackman Bradley Tredlnnlck Roland Vanzant Grady Mauldln Bully Boker 2nd Row Coach Neanng Ted Forsyth Bully Lindsay Wade Carter John Harvm Wrlllam Dampner Harold Dowdy Rlchard Sllverberg Coach Coram BASKETBALL The Tsger Basketball team ran hot and cold during the entire season At times It played a brand of ball whnch would wln the state champlonshlp easily and then at times It could scarcely play the klnd of ball the Baby Team was playlng The Tigers fnmshed the season with a record of nlne vlctorles and fourteen defeats A malorlty of the wms were scored over some of the best opposltlon, whale the losses were lust the opposite wuth the poorer class teams defeating the Tlgers Bull Lundsay and Bradley Tredmmck played almost sensatlonally throughout the season as dld Duck Sllverberg and John Harvm at times Rlchard Blackman played brllllant ball In the frrst elght games unhl he was mlured In the Mlaml .lack son game and was out of action untll the last two games of the season Ted For syth Joe Gardner Wade Carter and Grady Mauldln turned In several pralseworthy games and contrlbuted greatly to the Tugers season 83 ,. , --, ii... 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I I . . , BABY BASKETBALL The Baby Team had an exceptonal season under Coach Harry Nearmg and defeated 19 teams whsle berng on the short end of the score only one time The lone defeat was at the hands of Landon and was the only trme In three games that the Landon team defeated the Trgers Leading the B team to nts flne record were Bully Barker Ted Whrte Kermrth Hall Raymond Meeks and Bully Goodman who formed a hugh scorlng combme as rs Indicated by thear frne record Trger fans may look forward to a fine season next year when these boys theur team mates and returnrng varsrty men of thrs year form the varslty team Ted Whrte Raymond Meeks Tommy Greene Russell Lea Tommy Hogg Kermrth Hall Tommy Shonk wuler Jrmmy Procter Bull Moore Otto Stoy Bully Forsyth Tommy Goodman Robert Combs Robert Thrower Wade Hastings 51111 W F 4 Coach Nearmg Bobby Poston Wnndy 84 LOW SENIORS Agesen Greta Barnes Margaret Broome Harry Brown Lula Ruth Burnsed Naomi Carden Bettie Carter Betty Chambers Guy Champa Pat Clements Frances Coker Louise Dyal Bonuta Gorues Manan Hcmnlton Mary Kershner George Lewis Mary McCallum Edgar McCombs Earl Melzer Shlrley Morrrll Arden Newsome Clynch O Neal Ronnie Prnner Fred Pruce Ann Shad Paul Skaff Margaret Stengel Henrretta Wullrams Evelyn Wrlluamson Jeanette Wolfe Dorothy Zaher Joe , , , f , , , , , , , I , , , , Lucas, John , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Barclay Charles Beltlour Carolyn Bessent Irma Lee Bevuns Eula Blake Betty Joan Bunkley Charles Burrows Barbara Butler Shelly Carter Joan Colluns Jewell Deaton Helen Dennls Jane Dllland Myrtle Douglas Delores Hancock Bertha Hartley Delores Holland Janet Holllnsworth Don Hudson Hugh Kemper Vnvlan Kerns Helen Kmghton Nolan Kratz Jimmy Lampp Elnora Manmng Clydle McLartz Betty Montgomery Hornet Norton T J Olnver Elizabeth O Qulnn Ethel Poe Gladys Prnce Warren Seyfert Camtlle Sampson Hazel Smuth Sue Ann Struckland Joseph t ne Theus Shirley Tomlinson Barbara Turner Clara Watson Beverly Wulllams Druculla Williams Margaret White Ted W' son lrls HOM X 'i I 1.3" as Q IW Yi! Ill spud lst Row Jacquelune Lloyd Memorle Hamllton Mrs Puttman Mrs Snow Mrs Head Mrs Abernathy 2nd Row Mrs Powell Mrs Smuth Mrs Barnett Mrs Horton Mrs Van Sackler Mrs White Mrs Blount 3rd Row Mrs Wylne Mrs Wnlluamson Mrs Jones Mrs Broadus Mrs Lloyd Mrs Pate T As a member of the National Councnl of Parents and Teachers the Andrew Jackson P T A IS striving In its programs to carry out Its theme The Development of Character through School and Home ln carrynng out thus theme Open House for parents and students was sponsored by the P T A during Educational Week Through arrangements with the local cllnlc and by furnishing transportatson this year the P T A enabled students In Jackson to have x rays made The P T A also sponsored a lovely luncheon given for the faculty at the end of the f rst semes ter and a graduatron dance for both the January and June graduatrng classes Besldes these many actlvltles the P T A as contunually strnvrng to brmg about a closer co ordrnatlon of the home and the school The following officers of the P T A were elected for thus year President Mrs R P Snow, Vlce President Mrs BertJ Pittman Recording Secretary Mrs R T Lnvungston Corresponding Secretary Mrs Julian Head Treasurer Mrs M T Aber nathy Hrstorlan Mrs Horace Smlth Audltor Mr L T Hury Board Member Mrs C D a e 87 III SWT! 640 vrv , ...,. ,..,-s, R ........-..-1f.. 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"I ll. f fl ISHI I: 'lf 88 , 71 MISS MAR HELEN HA TON 1948 MARCH 1948 12 15 6 1 19 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 lst Row Coach Middlekauff Knapp Baker Oliver Scott Carson Drayton 2nd Row Luker Albritton Debbon Terry Rowell Sharp Klun McCandless Strauther ONeal Sharpe 3rd Row Blackman Murray Speidel Shaver Rousselle Kirkland Hage 4th Row Frody Lowrey Nodlne Horton Von Zant 5th Row Taylor Stoy Carter Smith Newnham Clance TRACK With the beginning of the second semester the track team started training under the new head track coach Coach Walter Mlddlekauff With only three re look too bright however, the addition of returning squad men Kenneth Knapp James Beall and Harvey Carson who had been running cross country during the winter added considerably to the Tiger s chances Also returning from last year s squad were squadmen Julian Murray Roland Rousselle lem Sharp Jack Taylor and Dudley Baker With these capable performers on the roster, along with several capable sophomores Coach Middlekauff has the foundation of a champion team Also aiding the team performances was the new track around the athletic field which was obtained through the untirmg efforts of the Athletic Association and the Dad s Club 90 I I I . I I I ' I I . I I ' I . i . - turning lettermeng Charles Oliver, Douglas Scott, and Bob Horton, things did not . i . . I I I ' , . I I I I I I -- WWI1 41,4 fs 'Ist Row Pat Ledbetter Bull Hayes Betty Jean Hull Jeannene Purcell Ignacio Sved 2nd Row Jo Ann Ednson Mary Ann Mayo Pat Harrell Vlrglnla Smith Joyce Wade Henrletta Stengel Joan Perry Mlss Jones 3rd Row Cynthra Bruck Conme Walston Loulse Rodgers Dwight Nicolson 4th Row Dorothy Wolfe Tommy Dale Jackre Hlghsmlth Bonnie Downy Leroy Jackson LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Le Cercle Francaus est un club compose des etudlants de francars Notre cercle a ete organise en 1946 pour la premrere fols en plusleurs annees Nos off crers pour cette annee sont le president Betty Jean Hull, le vlce presrdent Wllllam Hayes, le secretanre, Jeannene Purcell, le tresorler, Patrncla Ledbetter, le chapelam, Tommy Dale, I hlstorlen, Ignacio Sved et l hulssrer d armes, Tommy Dopson Notre but est triple strmuler Imteret d autres eleves, encourager I emplor de la langue francasse, et nous amuser Nous avons beaucoup d activates, mans nous prenons le plus grand plalsrr a notre petit lournal, LEtudrant 91 fr si iefflt' THE ZOE RENTZ Editor an Chlef JANE ATCHLEY usuness Manager LINDA HAGAN Assistant Edutor BETTY JO DRIVER Adverhsmg Manager JOYCE HARRIS Edltorual Supervusor JACKIE FALIS Clrculatlon Manager ILLIE CANNON Sensor Edltor ORACLE TAFF Do you know who are the hardest work mg people In Andrew Jackson Ibesldes Wal sons Wllllng Workersl'9 You guessed ut These falthful few who have helped to pre pare this book for publucatlon Our staff IS dlvlded unto two dlvlsnons the buslness and the edrtorlal whuch have worked together this year to produce what we thunk IS one of the most complete records of any year s actlvltles Besldes our able sponsors many others have played an Important part In thus work Our class actlvltles were covered by Beverly Safer, Memorle Hamllton Ann Roberts Joan van Dohlen and Pat Meeks Club work was described by Patsy Brooks and Delores Feinberg Feature was under the gundance of Joyce Phllllps and Frances Clanton the faculty section was compnled by June Green and Betty Roberts sports were covered by James Beall and photo graphs were taken by Ed Whitfield All typmg was handled by Eleanor Muller SPONSORS MISS RICHARDSON MR REEVES MISS TALMAGE FOR 1948 ORACLE ADVERTISING STAFF Is! Row: LeViner, Horlon, Spencer, Luker, Lcwhorne, Long Skuff. 2nd Row: Hcmillon, Lord, Williamson, Speed, Boolh, Wolfe Warnock, Hunl. ORACLE CIRCULATION STAFF Sealed: Lewis, Floyd. Siunding: Clary, Martin, Barnett, Alvarez, Brown. FEATURE CLASSES FACUI-TY SPORTS CLUBS 'll -it T" 93 lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4th Row 5th Row Houghton Safer Hamulton Atchley Jackson Sved Beasley Hull Pettugrew Mr Demorest Clary Brown Bruck Horton Lawhorne Hancock Cohen Falls Muller Rlchardson Brlllngsly DuPree Speed Muller Burroughs Bamford Lacy Bnllnngsly Nolan Moseley Reynolds Hodge Felnberg Morrull Greene Smnth Peacock Loest Yeager Smnth McM:chael DeBrown Duggan Harrls Wamwrlght Sasser DeFreeze Brooks NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Teacher asked Jack a puptl of Andrew Jackson Where are all the A s every semester'9 The Teacher of course replled that the Natlonal Honor Socnety members had already had pruorlty on them In other words the members of the National Honor Soclety are brains The purpose of the Natlonal Honor Soclety as to create an enthusiasm for scholarshup to stimulate a deslre to render servlce to promote leadershlp and to encourage the development of character In the students of our school To be ellglble for membership, one must have at least a B average Several prolects were carrled out thus year by the National Honor Society Some of them were lll helping other students with their work before and after school and l2l enter talnlng wlth social affairs The officers for the flrst semester were Presldent Dons Halre Vlce President lgnaclo Sved Treasurer Jane Atchley Secretary Rheba Jackson Sergeant at arms Fred Kowkabany Chaplam Harry Mahon Reporter Duck Pettlgrew and Sponsor Mr M A Demorest The officers for the second semester are Presldent lgnacno Sved Vlce Presldent Rheba Jackson Secretary Emma Jane Beasley, Treasurer, Jane Atchley Chaplam Duck Pettlgrew Sergeant at arms Nathan Krestul Reporter Betty Jean Hull, and Sponsor, Mr M A Demorset 94 We - l l l J ,mg I :un I Y . , I , :1 -------........... ,,, ' ,M .W 4 1 ' 1.11. f, W. ,Q as X 1 , 1 -, 1 'J gl.-1 . 5 Q 11 N , 4 J 1 s x 10 a L' 1 A f . 1 f .W 4 ' - ,. -. v Q I lf 1. , , ' . , , f ' 7 1 ' ' . 11 1 ,. . ' , ' ' ' 1 .1 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 11 11 - tl 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 . . . . . I , ' : 5 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 f , f , 1 . . 1 : 1 1 ' 1 I 1 ' I 1 1 ' ' , i , ' . . . . OR A O .I T IS year the Junuor Girls Junaor Boys and Sensor Fellows Club sponsored cz contest to elect a Kung and Queen of Andrew Jackson Lemuel Sharp and Marlorle Boulte were crowned Kung and Queen at a Coronafron Ball which was held ID The gym Allendanfs of Mr Sharp and Miss Boulle were Anlce Spencer T H Braddock Carolyn Barnett John Harvun Emma Jane Beasley and Rrchard Blackman Joyce Wade second RUNNERS UP Patsy Brooks third .loan Neese fourth Barbara Srlcox fifth ms t e Spam pr: lS the month or progra I season IS rea y to ro an C orus :S prep GTC G Q0 CISG Cl s Fzesta and! e Se YUOT 98 A'I' I ..h 'h' h.' h 1 ,d1I.bbl k' d Il'. K x - X!!! I vi QYJ1 z A -fl 'A , A m , 0 . X P " ' 0 2' ll! :u an A A N5-Hn' ' A P A 5 ' g zu U, , 1fK"2!l1L', E. A . , - . 1 l R. 2 . 4 'i ul ' I ' ' ! I U f " I 'I I I Fri f H 'S T ' A PM 1 A 1 1 1 A ,5 :N 1 Q3 ,, is , 1, , ,. Y Y UK .WWW-1-if l ' W mi- ' 1948 APRIL 1948 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Lug QW New Moen Furs! Quai Full Mm 1 3 In Nth 9m lem 23rd 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 241 25 26 27 1 28 1 29 30 1 'qv 'lst Row Ruta Metz Betty Jo Druver Bob Murray Duck Pettugrew Ray Van Suckler Duxue Alvarez Rebecca On Mary Ann Harruson 2nd Row Carolyn Brown Margue Jones Anuta Wallace Glorua Hall Shurley Long Mary Ann Morgan Ruth Blackwell Mary Jane Webb Muruam Lawhorne Susan Hancock Muss Smuth 3rd Row Robert Thrower Andrew Jackson Ben Speudel LAS ESTRELLITAS las Estrellutas reorganuzaron su club en septuembre y elugueron los seguuentes ofucuales Presudente, Duck Pettugrew Vuce Presudente, Bob Murray, Secretaruos Ray Van Suckler, y Betty Jo Druver, Tesorera, Duxue Alvarez, Capellana, Rebecca On y Sgt de Armas, Donald Merrutt Este Club se compone de los estuduantes de Espanol l Il lll y IV y la Srta Jean Smuth y la Sra Gladys Rozar son las durectoras La prumera funcuon del ano fue un baule cola en el gumnasuo, y el Club huzo muchas otrcus cosas de unteres El club tuene sus mutunes el prumer lunes de cada mes Los ofucuales durante el segun semestre fueron Presudente Duck Pettugrew Vuce Presudente, Bob Murray, Secretaruos, Ray Van Suckler, y Betty Jo Druver, Tesora, Duxue Alvarez, Capellana, Rebecca On y Sgt de Armas, Donald Merrutt 100 , vs f . Oxy ,Q f 52 ' , ' , , -'-V9 - . 2 - .- ' cf IQ 'M' . 'C A I 0- ' 0 0 'y J ' . 'u , . . R ' ' Q Q sfl- 3 I X 1 Q uv V A fx I . I . I I . . I . I . . ' , . I 5 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 , , - : , , . 5 I ' ' I . . i I I I I ' : I I ' ' 5 .- - . 59' 'uv ""V"'1O3w Q, lst Row Amce Spencer Barbara Duggan Greta Armstrong Hunt Comer Jean Slkes Marlene Smith Terrell Sessums 2nd Row Mlss Flless Joan LeRoy Lucllle Nelson Lynne Holmes Betty Eleazer Esther Lou Horton Ann Bamford Mlss Scallse 3rd Row Patsy De Freeze Elizabeth Floyd Joan Landrum Allce Lacy Conme Allen 4th Row Ignaclo Sved Patsy Brooks Gene Vaden Dorothy Lcmmons Walter Thompson EL CIRCULO PAN AMERICANO El Clrculo Pan Amerlcano de Andrew Jackson Hugh School es un club de espanol V VIII y fue organlzado con motlve de estlmular mteres en el ldloma es panol y los pauses pan amerlcanos Durante las seslones los soclos hablan espanol, aprenden cancuones y luegos, toman parte en dlalogos, leen cuentos y leyendas, estudlan la vlda y las costumbres latlonoamerlcanas, y se dlvlerten muchlslmo Cado ano el grupo presenta una Flesta en celebraclon del dna de Pan Amer: can, y ayuda a las otras clases de espanol con sus planes y proyectos del ano escolar Los OTICIOIES son Presidente, Joan Bryan, Vlce Presidente, Wllllam Robert son, Secretarlas, .loan LeRoy Jean St John, Tesorera, Jean Slkes, Capellana, Esther Horton, Reporteras, Amce Spencer, Jackie Lloyd Sergeant de Armas, Hunt Comer, la Dnrectora, Senoruta Scallse Los oflclales son Presidente, Wllllam Robertson, Vlce Presldente, Hunt Comer, Secretarlas, Jean Slkes, Greta Armstrong, Tesorera, Marlene Smlth Capellana, Barbara Duggan Reportera, Amce Spencer, Sergeant de Armas, Terrell Sessums, la Dlrectora Senornta Scalnse lOl vn-:Qui -.-1... , , I 0 I I , I 1 5 . .A 1. .- 0 ' 4 4 ,v ' ' , 'fe , W f , 1 - 1 S eI I. K Q Y D CY' W if ' Q, ,1 f,4g,,,: W 6 , , , , ' .1 1,5 XVI'-5' W , 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 - - . , - . I . . . . I - - . . I 5 . - - - , . y mf.. till! 4,1-r as may '98 lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4th Row F Hr. AC 804 he it pe 450 3'2" Lt: uso .--Y" ' uv Fred Petty John Harvin Fred Stroud James Roberts Barnum McCarty Ted Forsythe Bobby Poston Tommy Goodman Gene Cahoon Joe Gardner Grady Mauldln Jack Wilson Charles Ivey Albert Brantley Bradley Tredmnick Kermlth Hall Jimmy Proctor Billy Forsythe Bruce Galloway Elmo Dunford Jimmy Stephenson Charles Powell Leonard Strickland BASEBALL The Tigers are playing under a new coach Don Cross and are doing ex ceptionally well In the opening game of the season the Tigers defeated Ketter linus High of St Augustine 8 'I behind the no hit pitching of veteran Joe Gardner Two errors and four walked men were the only marrmg spots in an otherwise per fect game. After the first win the Tigers proceeded to win five more games before losing to Winter Park l-0. Besides Gardner, Coach Cross has as returning lettermen-Grady Mauldin, Bradley Tredinnick, Ted Forsythe, Gene Cahoon, Jack Wilson and Barnum McCarty. With such quantity and quality on hand Coach Cross only has to overcome the old handicap, inexperience, to have a championship team. 102 Ist Raw Lmda Hagan Jo Phnlllps Beverly Safer Blllle Cannon Betty Jo Drlver Zoe Rentz 2nd Row Jackne Falls Gerald Sohn Joyce Hams Patsy Brooks June Greene Jane Atchley QUILL AND SCROLL One of the greatest honors for students Interested un lournallsm at Andrew Jackson as to be a member of Quill and Scroll an mternatlonal honorary society To be elngnble for membership students must have the followmg qualifications they must be of lunlor or semor classnflcatlon must be In the upper thlrd of thelr class In general scholastlc standmg must have done outstanding work un wntmg edltlng or m business management must be recommended by the school publlcatlon board, and must be approved by the ndtlonal secretary treasurer of the society 103 - - ,. v, , ,, , x ' N , , I , . . 3' v f, ..'T,, r , r - ' , ,A .4 . K QQ , ., . . v , 9 '17 'ni Q l . - I t f . , . 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I I I I .1 ROY and BETTY LTER and AUDREY GEORGE and BETTY ELIZABETH and DON BETTY JEAN and Russsu 104 MARVIN and MEMORIE JANE and JAMES BOONE and BOB EMMA JANE and RICHARD SHIRLEY and CLYDE MARGUERITE and LEMUEL ZOE and DAVE 105 o, hyd M 'lst Row Connell Sofer Llghttoot Houghton Gorles Atchley Beasley 2nd Row Copeland Edlson Rodgers Maller Lynn Gormley Smlth 3rd Row Burrows Lloyd Haefler Reynolds Grreca Jones Bolen Hard Van Sackler 5th Row Lanham Braddock Blackman McCarty Tatum Koge Thompson Maclnms SENIOR CHORUS Do, re, ml s can be heard any third perrod commg from Room ll5 The Sensor Chorus which prachces thlrd perrod us composed of students who excel In choral work The Sensor Chorus provides much pleasure for students who are Interested rn thus type of muslc and offers the opportunity to partlclpate In such actlvltles as the annual Chrrstmas Pageant, a vesper servxce, and the baccalaureate servrce The Chorus also gives song services for drfferent clubs and organlzatrons rn the clty Thelr good work IS greatly due to the capable dlrectlon of Mrs Lawrence head of the music department IO6 ,l l l , . - V 4 - L - ,, - 3' K 2 . . ' , , ' , , . 2 , , , , , , - : I I I I I I I I A - 4th Row: Garish, Rowell, Price, Ledbetter, Younge, Anders, White, Oliver, Overby. 2 , , , , , , , ' . ., . . . . - I lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4th Row 5th Row 6th Row White Phnllnps Fowler Llghtfoot Brown Hnggmbotham Bloodworth Schelbe Champa Martin Green Carden Burwell Denmark Grleco Taylor Hucks Burnsed Reynolds Wulllams Nelson Strung Demorest Moose OHara Roger Copeland Conner Clanton LeVnner Thompson Breeland Mosteller Alvarez Barrows McKinney Edenfleld Newsome Hlghsmlth Wade Kuhn Lord Moore Wllson Crews Crews Gnmsley lammons Hart Johnson Mattox Mrs Lawrence GIRLS GLEE CLUB I ve sung for all the performances thus year put on by the Glrls Glee Mrs Lawrence, the director of the Girls Glee longs to hear everyone of her gurls soy thus, and mne times out of ten, most of them do Yes, the members of the Glrls Glee are always Interested In puttmg on specral programs Loafing IS not a word In their vocabulary To prove thus, here are some of the more Important programs un which they participated thus year a rellglous program at the Springfield Presby teruan Church, a P T A program, the Spanish Flesto, the cantota, and Christmas Pageant More power to you gnrls for your outstandlng work' 107 ...... 1 1 fl .1 9 1 tl ' fa 411 Ai fm 1 '12 l ' ' - Q X fl . 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W1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - : I I I I I I I I ' . . . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - : I I I I I I I I 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 11 1 - - 1 11 . . , . . . . . , 00 10340610 no Mr DK be 'Q ii-I Ist Row Jacquelrne Lloyd Mass Poe Jane Atchley Harry Mahon Betty Harrrngton Gwen Clary 2nd Row Dons Clemons Zoe Rentz Shrrley Hrgglnbotham Joyce Wade Mary Ann Morgan Henrretta Stengel Barbara Trawuck 3rd Row Tommre Caruthers Jo Ann Edison Elizabeth Dorey Betty Edenfleld Wanda Treece Vlrgrnla Smith Jo Gordon 4th Row Joyce Harris Potrrcra Ledbetter BETA YTEENS To fund and glve the best IS the purpose of the Senior Y Teens They en deavor to serve thelr school and commumty through their Chrlstran actlvlhes they promote Chrlstran prrnclples and Ideals, and they grow rn the knowledge and love of God and In hrs way of llfe Some of therr ClCl'lVIlI6S thus year were a box supper and a fashion show A gavel was purchased to be passed on to all Beta Y Teen Clubs The officers for the frrst semester were Presrdent, Jane Atchley, Vlce Presldent Betty Warrmgton Secretary Geraldine Grlffls, Treasurer Gwen Clary Chaplain, Jeannine Garst Sergeant at arms, Jacqueline Lloyd Reporter, Norma Gray, Mascot, Harry Mahon Sponsor Mass Betty Jean Poe The officers for the second semester were Presldent Jane Atchley, Vlce Presrdent Joyce Wade Secretary Zoe Rentz Treasurer Gwen Clary Chaplain Elizabeth Dorey, Reporter, Wanda Treece, Social Chairman, Memorle Hamllton, Service Chairman, Jo Ann Edison, Sponsor, Mass Betty Jean Poe 108 W3 f W V -min , I It 1 . 0 2 I h , u , - , ,K , J .5 mel, 0,5 Q , b, ,, -eq, I V 4' , M, M I H 4. .F L, ,, n '1 A ' F 'Q 3, L kgr, ,ag vs 6 s 6 U 3 . 5 , 1' , I l ve . , 1 , L "' " 1 Q ' ' 1 ll .lf Q 5 Y -'tl Q , 4 v AV' , I T' N X I . 5 l 1 ' 1 1 1 l 1 - 5 f 1 1 - - ' 1 1 1 I 1 ' ' : . I . I . I . I I . . . . I I . , . - ,, . . ,, . . - - I . : . 1 . - . I . I 1 ' 1 1 I - - I . I , . . : . I I . - 1 f 1 I 1 I 1 'W W I ..1.J 4,1 f"llJ 109 May is the month of months - the Iunior-Senior Prom, G. A. A Imnquet, mul the OfCll9SffU.S concert keep us running from one to cmotller 'I10 if-'Md-,,,,... N X 4 H ,-3.1-11-' .iii HI 1948 E!!! MISS MARGIE BETHEA M A Y 1948 1 17 91 16 I-I Q r3 14 19220121+22l 25 26227l28 29 -- I'-1i5'Q I 2 Q I ' N Q HI NIMH 1 Q ' gg --. .I Ll 's:: i.- :Huw ' "I!!"!V'Q'.2 ll: u'. Q X ,, 4 4-A----v :ily-lgliwl A n u I 1 F. '51 ,fi F --' X in .R QA. wmwwwqqxih h wwxllxx gs' 'W"'W manif- 1 1 f 1 +, H GOI-2 K Aj 2 K if . .5 5 - W xy!! it x ixll Adams Annette Allen Connre Alluson Ruth Armentrout Stanley Arnau Mrldred Arnott Dorothy Atter Lorarne Baker Shirley Barnes Norma Barnett Barbara Barrows Wlllonell Bough n Judy Beck Peggy Bell Augusta Bullrnqsley Ray Bloodworth Hazel Bolen Yvonne Bonafrde Rosle Boothe Pat Boutte Marlorle Braddock T H Brnnson Jeanne Brooks Palsy Bryan Betty Jean Burke Jack Cannon Lallle Sue Carantaza George Couley Donald Chules Evelyn Church Evelyn Clmton June Cooner Margte Copeland Hrldo Cothern Loletta Couch Geraldine Crews Loss Crosby llo Dalton Raymond Dougherty Betty Ann Daugherty Wanda D vus lo , , , , , , , , , , . , , , l , , , , , . Braddock, Johnnie Lou , , , , f , , , , , , , , , , , , , a ' , I 6 l K ,Q -xf 'QP O Y tie I Davis Jeanette Dean lovon De Brown Violet De Loach Robert Delorge Eugenio Demonbreun Marilyn Deters Barbara De Vane Dean Downe Betty Doych Hermlna Drayton Haines Driver Betty Jo Duane Shirley Dudley Ramona Duggan Barbara Dukes Audrey Dukes Jimmy Dukes Jocelyn Dunlap Al Du Pree June Eason Julio Ann Echard Robert Edwards Tom Elliot Annie Laurie Ellis Marvin Erickson George Evans Ray Evers Shirley Fail Kenneth Farris Nancy Faulkner Jane Fennell Gilbert Fertlce Marie Finney Katherine Floyd Vero Forrest, Edward Fowler, Lena Frank Christine Frank Mickey Galloway Bruce Gathright Jane Gattis Herman Gebert, Jack Gilbreath Juanita Gornall Betty Greene June Green Miriam Grieco Patty Grlffus Geraldune Grossman Etleen Hagan Llnda Hal! Kermuth Hardin Wnlllam Harrlson Mary Ann Harvnn John Hayman Charles Hnggunbotham Nannette Hanes Loulse Hodge Melver Hodge Vonctlle Hoffman Betty Hollender Robert Holton Charlotte Horton Ester Hoskins Charles Houghton Dot Huchlns Patrucla Hunslnger Betty Hunt Betty James Mary Jmnght Jockne Johnson Ann Johnson Tommy Jones Betty Jones Flora Keen Elsie Kucklnghter Jay Knrkland Martha Knlght Cornelia Knlght Patsy Landrum Joan Lanuer Flank Lawhorne Mmom Lee Don Lee Joyce Lewis Evelyn Lewus Lorranne Llghtfoot Nancy Lnnton Charlotte Lnvaudals Doris Lnvnngston Margaret Lowery June Luker Howard Moclnnes Duncan Martin Myrene Marx Isabel Vere I -rt g 1 Q T S ,M A S Ar 'W '24 X-dk SBE x 115 Maxey Ray Mayo Mary Ann McAllister J McCall Ramona McCorm1ck Joy McCoy Bull McCulIy Rosalle McDonald Donald McGunnus Rnchard McKenney Myrna McMnchael Jean McPherson Altce McQuay Dawson McQuerry Nora Muddleton Vnrgunua Muller Eleanor Muller Martha Mlnor Anne Muraglea Joan Mnxon Gwen Muzelle Bobby Mosteller Peggy Manson Rosemary Moddy Freddte Moore Fay Moore Grace Morrison Mary Murray Joan Musleh Bernard Nab: Lydia Neese Joan Ne son lucll e Newmans Elnzabeth Newmans Geneva ewsome Vera Newton Nellue O Hara Dorothy O we Carl O Neal Marlon O Quinn Paul Overby Bobby Pate Patsy Ann Peeler Maruan Peeples Barbara Perrlt June Perry Joy Bell Peterson Duane Petty Helen Puckett Gloria Pitts Ellzabeth Pond Joan Powell Shurley Redd Frances Reglster Elnse Reynolds Marrlyn Ruce Alla Jean Robbrns Melva Roberts Betty Roberts Fred Roberts Norma Roberson Frances Rogers Jackie Romlg Elaune Rousselle Roland Rowan Bully Royal Florence Royal Loss Russell Gwen Safer Beverly Sa lette Lllly Salter Walter Sargent Margaret Sasser Shurley Schelbe Arleen Schelbe Frances Scott Douglas Scott Emma Jane Scott Sally Seals Nellie Sellers Mary Session Ann Sharp Tammy Shaw Conrad Shuman Marlon Srlcox Barbara Slrmons Elmer Sleap Smith Smlth Smlth Smuth Snape, Speed, Rrchard June Henry Horace Marlene Edward Mary Helen Speudel, Ben Spencer, Anlce Stephens, Martha Jil Y as tw.. 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Ka ,gb K J? ,L Wx 3 la- gr Aft!-f 5 f Cl ,qkl 4--" Adi A V ll7 Slrang Shurley Sloy Ono Summervulle Wrmfred Sweat June Tollsman Ruchard Tarralus Eddue Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Belly Ellzabelh lnez Irene Jack Pleasant T rry Bll Thornton Beverly Tummons Pal Todd Joyce Truesdale Mary Lou Turner Roy Van Benschoten Bobby Vanzanl Roland Warnock Barbara Warnock Edna Walls Ellzabelh Weaver Pal Weothers Dans Whlllunglon Florence While Ed Whllefleld Ed Whulman Glorua Wnllnams Jean Wnlllams Mary Wnllls Jeannelle Wulkunson Vlrgunea Wunmngham Olha Wulf Jean Wollung Nancy Wood Carolyn Wolfe Theresa Wolfson Albert Woodard Cortez Yale Marulyn Zimmerman Margaret Crews Curhs DeFreese Palsy Shampune Russell Taylor Theodore Walnwrnghl Charles Wormcn Moms 'lst Row Wrndy Barnett Strang Muller Sllcox Boutte Houghton Stevens Spencer 2nd I' 4 Row Row Row Row Row Mlss Cochley Frank Safer OHara Fowler Horton Lawhorne Wolfe Duane Mass Hecht Schuman Martln Brooks Green Booth Copeland Warnock Drlver Scott Floyd Hagan Smlth Roberts Adams Seals Carlln Yale Hunt Warnock McKmney Cook Hamilton Mosteller Thorton DeVane llvaudals Kruer Whrttler Munson Gathrught Chiles Wood Wolfe JUNIOR GIRLS CLUB Who sponsors our annual Junlor Senior Prom? Who helps to promote frnendshup throughout our school? Of course' the Junior Girls Thus attractive group of gurls, under the able leadershlp of Moss Mary Hecht and Mass Mary Cochley, has enloyed many outlngs and parties durmg the year Among the more Important actlvrtles were a barn dance, a welner roast, a carnlval, and partlclpatlon In the Semor Gurls Jubllee The success of all these actlvntles IS due to the splendid cooperation of the members and the officers The capable officers for the first semester were President Carolyn Barnett Vuce President Eleanor Muller, Secretary Lorraine Atter, Treasurer Shirley Strong, Reporter, Barbara Sllcox, Chaplain, Ramona McCall Sponsors, Mlss Mary Hecht and Mlss Mary Cochley, and Mascot, Ronme O Neal The offucers for the second semester are President Marlorle Boutte, Vlce President, Bar bara Sllcox, Secretary Martha Stephens, Treasurer, Dorothy Houghton, Chaplain, Anlce Spencer Reporter, Rosemary Monson, Sponsor, Mass Mary Hecht, and Mascot, Hampton Tanner 118 - . , , , , , , , - 1 , , , . , , , , . 1 3 d 1 , . , , , , , , - th 1 , . , , , , , , , - 5th 1 . , , , , , . 6th 1 , , , . . , - I 1 I ' 1 ' 1 ' I ' ' . f I . . . . 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I . . i 'Ist Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4th Row 5th Row hm Lanrer Russell Braddock Spencer Terry Galloway Brllmgsly Olnver Ellus DeLoach Tallsman Overby Snrmons Luker Mr Hury Lucas Roberts Gattns McAIInster Kntchen Seemer Newsome Maclnnus Yeager Sharpe Rowan Hall Wnnnlngham McGlnnls Whltfleld Thompson Johnson Evans Dalton Parker JUNIOR BOYS CLUB I thunk thus would be better than that l dont Let me suggest some thang These phrases are very often heard In a meetmg of the Jumor Boys But you can bet your boots when they do somethrng they do It rn a bang up way The Junior Boys have worked hard this year to attain a goal worthy of mentnon Old dungarees old shirts and shoes were seen all day In the Grrls Gym the day before the Coronatnon Ball Yes' A great deal of time and work was put unto the Coronatron Ball whuch was sponsored by the Jumor Boys Jumor Girls and Sensor Fellows Some of theur other actnvutses were a barn dance a hayrlde a formal drnner and they were In conlunctlon wrth the Jumor Girls In sponsornng the Jumor Sensor Prom The offlcers for the first semester were Presrdent T H Braddock Vuce President Frank Stockton, Secretary Bull Terry Treasurer Jack Russell Chaplann Bruce Galloway Sergeant at arms Frank Lanier Reporter Ray Brllmgsly Mascot Amce Spencer, and Sponsor Mr Leo Hury The offlcers for the second semester were Presndent T H Braddock Vrce Presudent Ray Blllungsly Secretary Frank Lamer, Treasurer Bobby Overby Chap lam Otha Wlnnlngham Sergeant at arms J W McAllrster Reporter Robert De Loach Mascot Annce Spencer ll9 ,Q 5 ,f 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Z I I I I I I I ' ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 11 - - vt 11 1 11 , ' . I I I 1 1 1 . : , . . , - I F I I I I I 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' , . . I , - . , ' 1 f 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 I ' ' 1 - - 1 1 ' I 1 ' Illii gr S X llllq Ill! I ll I 'Ist Row Greene Spencer DeVane Thornton McMichael Smlth Braddock Houghton Copeland Hodge Hamllton Roberts Wulkenson Horton 2nd Row Mass Davls Lawhorne Hagan Booth Drlver Warnock Llghtfoot Yale Carlun Mcluery Warnock Martnn Skaff Hunt Whutman Barnett 3rd Row Wolfe Downey Gathnght Pate Manor ALPHA Y TEENS When you see a Junlor gurl who IS very excited on Friday you know she us golng to attend the Alpha Y Teens that day They build a fellowship of g rls de voted to reallzung Chrxstlan :deals of personal and soclal lnvlng During the year the girls participated In a candy sale, a bunco party, a Chrlstmas Dance, a Mother Daughter luncheon and other GClIVIlleS The officers of the club for the flrst semes ter were Presudent, Dorothy Houghton Vlce Presldent, Hilda Copeland Secretary Jean McMichael Treasurer Voncrlle Hodge Chaplam Mary Hamilton Reporter, Betty Roberts, Servlce Chairman, Glorua Whitman Program Chairman Charlotte Holton, Mascot, Bruce Galloway Sponsor, Miss .lune Davis The officers for the second semester were President Marlene Smlth Vlce President Dorothy Houghton Secretary Jean McMichael, Treasurer, Beverly Thorn ton, Reporter, Amce Spencer Chaplain Dean DeVane Sergeant at arms Hilda Copeland Soclal Chairman Voncnlle Hodge Delegate to convention, Smlth Mascot T H Braddock Sponsor Mass June Davis 120 Vlollns Brughtwell Demorest Loest Rentz Barnett Doych Clar Adams Pate Jones Bennett Downy Shaw Cordray Viola Cohen Cellos Peacock Pettlgrew Kanago Bass Vuolln Fenner Hnggmbotham McCully Accordlan Shoe Amy Flute Gormly Clarinet Tarratus McElhaney Confer Knlght Dale Blount Moseley Dopson Trumpets Marx Shlmp Saxophone Butler Sterling French Horn Whute Baker Trom ORCHESTRA Get your lnstruments out and tune up Thus s the way an which members of the orchestra are greeted everyday by Mrs De Vore Thus year the orchestra has been the best an a long hme Thus ns partly due to the fact that thus year the muslc has been centered around the better known classlcal pleces The orchestra IS always wullung to help anyone by partncupatlng on specual programs It IS one of the most dependable orgamzatuons In the school, therefore It us one of the buslest organlzatnons In the school The January and June grad uatlng exercuses, the Jubllee, the Spamsh fiesta, the Chrustmas pageant, and the P T A headed the lust of actlvltles for the year Cllmaxnng the year was a concert gnven In Aprnl at the Frnday Muslcale l2l . . z . I l I I I I yi , I I r I ' . . : . I . I ' . . Z . I . . ' 8 . z I U I . . z r , ' , , , , . : , ' . : , ' . z ' , . - bone: Snow, Hester, De Freeze, Thomas. Drums: Joiner, Purcell, Lucas. Accompanists: Wainwright, Trawick, Bland, Rawls. ,. . ,, . , . . . l ' I gui- I 'Ist Row Ruth Feltman Joyce Wavnwrlght James Strickland Volney Smnth Harman Burch Camllle Tatum Wlllene Kelly 2nd Row Lenoma Vickers Ruth Klckllghter Helen Stubbs Frances Lacy Emlly Hlgglnbotham Mary Ann Adams Dorothy lee 3rd Row Mrs lay Juluan Murray Elolse Sheppard Loss Whutter Dolores Kettler Wnllnam Robertson 4th Row Gerald Sohn Maynard Stnllman Carl Arendo Emory Kung George Enckson T C The D C T Club IS made of all the members of the Dlverslfued Cooperatuve Tranmng program lts purpose as to give Its members an opportunity to participate nn extra curricular actlvltles These Include social meetings as well as a contest program whlch IS sponsored by the State Federatlon of D C T Clubs The con tests Include parllamentary procedure, Impromptu speaking public speaking, and spelling The members of this club also take part un dlstrlct and state conventions The Andrew Jackson D C T Club has the dlstlnctlon thus year of having as one of Its members the state president .lames Strlckland The local club officers for the year were President, Bruce Woodard, Vlce President, James Strickland, Secretary Wlllene Kelly Treasurer, Volney Smith Chap lam, Ruth Feltman, Sergeant at Arms, Richard Poland, Reporter, Joyce Walnwrlght Sponsor, Mrs Lay 122 I m ll Jr I ' V ill' l l -T . l A - - I 4 . 45 ' I . Xf f A -,A 4 i , 1- -D . A 4 - t Q -1 V - x .I A K-Y V., 1 j .1Y , " ,N 4 , 1 , K I , ' ' , ' , ', , ' , ' - 1 , , , , ' ' , , : ' I I I I I I' I 2 , . . , . D. C. . LUB I , . ' I I l I ' . . - . I ""'7X lst Row Sumner Taylor Bennett Forschelmer Hngglnbotham Smith Moose Weaver Valentine Blackwell Whitman Wilkinson Skaff Greene Clark Shahaod Pillsbury Futch Muller 3rd Row Vining Roberts Ageson Prevatt Scott Metts Byrd Jamieson Evers Yates Clark Gibson Padgett Pillsbury Hartley 4th Row Roberson Paris Vought Gllsson Dowme Pate Fletcher Harris Gross Livingston Elliot Anderson Parrish Britton Shamp Lord McCully Girls, as well as boys, enter into many sports at Andrew Jackson The G A A is an athletic organization to encourage good sportsmanshlp and leadership among girls and to establish an interest in sports for the girls Through participation in the games and various tournaments, members are eligible to receive emblems, medals, letters and cups These awards are received at the annual banquet which is held at the end of school In .lune The sponsors are Misses Ruth Smith Betty Hooks, and Bernice Walton Because the following girls excelled in sportsmanship and leadership they were chosen as the officers of the G A A The officers for the first semester were President, Dorothy Weaver, Vice Pres: dent, Nannette Htgginbotham, Secretary, Iris Valentme, Treasurer, Charlotte Mock, Sophomore Reporter, Grace Moose, Junior Reporter, Shirley Powell, Senior Repre sentative, Betty Smith Reporter, Betty Eleozer The officers for the second semester were President, Dorothy Weaver, Vice President, Evelyn Roberson, Secretary, Iris Valentme, Treasurer, Charlotte Mock, Sophomore Reporter, Diane Pennington, Junior Reporter, Grace Moose, and Senior Reporter, Bettie Brnttaun l23 A , . i 'A X4 4' l rv A ' 1 s l . 1 3' I v K, 1 f , fr 3 - , . ' t , A , g I I - Yr! " . 1 V 1 , l N ,B f. wg. - 4, y T , A ' y r. 2nd Row: Taylor, Hutchins, Nelson, Mauldin, l.ee, Peeler, Pennington, Toby, Grieco, Hardesty, Garmonte, Kanago, Willis, Shahood, Diab, G. A. A. ' I 5 . une mds us wrt mlxecl Oelmgs some Sa ot lers uppy L ass may um p uymq 124 I f' 'h' ff - .d,II1 ,--lf nigllt, XX7Il0.S Xvlzo and illen our exif ,- after twelve long yours of worle ' A I I f 1. ISS B00 S O 1948 .IUNE 1948 4 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 ol 1 2 Q 3 H 4 5 6 1 s 9 10 11 121 13 1 15 16 11q1s 191 zo 4 y zex 3 1 warren I 5 5 Q i t Left to right Front Row Donald Trlgg Treasurer Second Row Betty Jean Hull Secretary Barnum McCarty Chaplaln Mass Mary Cochley Sponsor Duck Pettl grew President Paul Albrltton Sergeant at Arms PETTIGREW RICHARD ALLEN College Duck Charleston West Vnrglma Presudent of Semor Class Orchestra 4 Preslden 4 Baby Tl er Whutes 3 Latin Club 2 Vuce President 2 Oracle Advertlslng Staff 3 Las Estrellutos 3 4 Presrdent 4 Natuonol Honor Socrety 3 4 Reporter 3 Chap lan 4 National Forenslc League 2 3 4 Hlstorlan 4 Treasurer 4 Semor Fellows Club 4 BLACKMAN RICHARD EDWARD College Blacky Jacksonvnlle Floruda Vuce Presrdent of Semor Class Baby Tuger Whltes 3 Varslty Football 4 ck 2 3 ketball 2 Club 4 Vlce President 4 Semor Fel lows CI b 4 President 4 Semor Chorus 2 3 4 Mascot Semor Gnrls Club 4 Whos Who Best Loolung HILL BETTY JEAN General B J Jacksanvrlle Florldo Secretary of Semor Class Sophomore Grs Club 2 Glrls Glee Club 3 e Clrce Francars 3 4 President 3 4 Nalonal Honor Socrety 3 4 R porter 4 Semor Gnrls Club 4 Student Councll 4 Treasurer 4 K ., TRIGG DONALD ALCON General Jacksonvulle Florida Treasurer of Semor Class McCARTY WILLIS BARNUM COKER General Mack Jacksonville Fla Chaploln of Semor Class Baseball 2 3 4 Boby Trgers 3 Junlor Boys Club 3 Delta Hu Y 3 Varsity Football 4 Club 2 3 4 Presldent 4 Sem r Chorus 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 ALBRITTON JAMES PAUL General Monk Jackson Mlsslsslppl Sergeant at Arms Semor Class Jumor Chorus 2 Gamma Hu Y 2 3 4 Trea surer 4 Vrce President 4 Belo Y Teens Mascot 4 Whos Who Most Orlglnal ABERNATHY FRANK College Abersnatch Jacksonvslle Fla Sophomore Basketball 2 Junsor Boys Club 3 Reporter 3 Gamma H Y 3 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Reporter 4 Leaders Club 4 Offsce Staff 4 ABRAHAM SELMA Commercsal Selly Jacksonvslle Florsda G A A 2 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 3 Junsor Chorus 3 ALLEN BOB General Barbara Ft Meade Florsda Baby Tsgers 2 3 Varssty Football 4 Junsor Boys Club 3 J Club 4 ALVAREZ ANTONIO TED College Mslk Masd Jacksonvslle Florsda Alpha Hs Y 3 4 Treasurer 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 AMY ROBERT NELSON General Emo Jacksonvslle Florsda Orchestra 2 3 4 ANDERSON CALVIN RAY General Curly Jacksonvslle Florsda ARMSTRONG GRETA MAY College Gretz Colon Republsc of Pan ama G A A 4 Spanssh Club 4 Gsrls Glee Club 47 Sensor Gsrls Club 4. G I ATCHLEY BETTY JANE College Pokey St Petersburg Florsda Oracle Staff 3 4 Bussness Manager S dent Councsl 2 4 Co spondsng Secretary 4 Y Teens 2 3 4 Pessdent 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sophomore Gsrls C 2 Sensor Chorus 2 3 4 G A A 2 3 Natsonal Honor Socsety 4 Treasurer 4 Lsbrary Councsl 3 4 Reporter 3 Chaplasn 3 Secretary 4 I ssdent 4 Ltsn Club 2 Qs and Scroll 4 ATKINSON MARY VlRGlNIA Commer al Cutse Havana Florsda e perettes 2 3 Sensor srs C 4 Gsrls Glee Club 2 3 Jun Chorus BACCASH GEORGE ELlOT College Nsck Jacksonvslle Florsda Sophomore Boys Club 2 Track 2 3 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 BAKER JAMES DUDLEY General Budley Daker Jacksonvslle Fla Ba y Tsger Football 3 T ck 3 4 Gamma H Y 4 Avsators Club 2 BAMFORD ANNE College Bombs Jacksonvslle Florsda Natsonal Honor Socsety 3 4 Senso Gsrls Club 4 El Csrculo Pan Amerscano 4 Program Commsttee 4 BARKER FRANCIS College F O Jacksonvslle Florsda Gamma Hs Y 2 3 4 BARNWELL WESLEY EDWARD General Ed Jacksonvslle Florsda Baby Tsgers Football 3 Varssty Foot ball 4 Junsor Boys Club 3 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Golfsng Team 4 Bowlsng Team 3. BARRS DONALD BUFORD College D B Msms Flors a eerleader 2 3 4 Junsor Bo s Club 3 Pressdent 3 Vsce Pressdent 3 anssh Club 3 Track 2 3 A 2 BATTON BARBARA DEENE Commercsal Baby Fitzgerald Georgia BEALL JAMES College Bleach Jacksonvslle Florsda Baby Tsger Football 2 3 Baby Tiger s etball 2 Track 2 3 4 A 4 Globe Trotters Tsgers Claw Reporter 2 3 Oracle Staff 3 4 Sports Edstor 3 4 Sensor el ows Club 4 eporter 4 u 4 Leaders Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Business Mana ger Athletscs 3 Junsor Boys Club 3 Pressdent 3 Varssty Football 4 BEASLEY EMMA JANE College Daytona Beach Florsda Student Councsl 2 3 Reporter Lsbrary Council 3 4 Chaplasn 4 Secretary 4 Sensor Chorus 2 3 Junsor Gsrls 3 Vsce President 3 Latsn Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Reporter 4 G A A 3 Natsonal Honor Socsety 3 4 Secretary 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 3 4 Student Director 3 Globe Trot ters 2 BELL BARBARA JUNE General Blue Eyes Memphss Tennessee Pepperettes 2 3 4 Junsor Chorus 2 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Deans Staff 4 BELL EULA MAE. General. 'Red'. Jacksonville Florida. Chorus 3- Senior Girls Club 4. BILLINGSLEY, ROBERT HENRY. College. 'Bob . Miami, Florida. Junior Boys Club 35 Bowling 3, 41 Senior Fellows Club 4, Secretary 45 Leaders Club 4, Swimming 47 National Honor Society 4. BLAND MARY FRANCES General Blondse Jacksonvslle Florsda Lsbrory Councsl 2 3 4 Sophomore YTeens 2 Junsor YTeens 3 Sensor rs Club 4 rc estra 2 A A BLOUNT BETTY JANE College Betts Jacksonvslle Florsda Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 El Csrculo Pan Amerscano 3 Junsor Chorus 2 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Pepperettes BLOUNT FRED WYLIE General Wsllse Jacksonvslle Florsda Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 Drama ub Sophomore Boys Club 2 Junsor Boys Club 3 Sensor Fellows Club 4 BOWDEN MOSES MARSHALL General Mush Jacksonville Florsda B a HsY 2 3 4 Chaplasn 4 Jun or Chorus 2 Varssty Track Team Sensor Chorus 3 4 Junsor Boys Club 3 Mascot of Junsor Y Teens 3 Tsgers Claw Staff 3 4 Globe Trotters 2 Leaders Club 4 Secretary 4 BOWERS MARVIN A General Runt Jacksonville Florsda Sophomore Boys Club 2 Junsor Boys u 3 Club 4 Baby Tsgers 3 Vorssty Football 4 BOYD MARGUERITE LORESSE. General. 'Maggie . Jacksonville Florida. Junior Girls Club 3- Senior Girls Club 4- Senior Girls Jubilee 4' Chorus 3. BRANTLEY, ALBERT H. General. "Lover Boy". Jacksonville, Florida. BRIDGES FLOYD AUGUSTUS General Fsreball Hawthorne Florsda aseball 3 4 J Club 4 Gamma H Y 4 BRITTAIN BETTIE KATHRYN Commercial Shorty Kemp Texas perettes 2 3 4 G A 4 Sophomore Y Teens 2 Reporter 2 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 BROWN JAMES THOMAS College Sunshsne Douglas Georgsa Gamma Hs Y 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Dramolsc Club 4 Baby Tsgers 2 Golf 4 BRUCK CYNTHIA College Csndy Jacksonvslle Florsda Student Councsl 2 3 4 Latsn Club 2 French Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Junsor G I Club 3 Natsonal Honor Socsety 4 BRUNSON MARGUERITE College Nsckey Savannah Georgsa French Club J 4 Tsgers Clow 4 BUNDRICK MARTHA MARION General Fsshbast Columbsa, South Caro Isna Poppereltes 2, G A A 2, Sensor Gsrls Club 4, Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 BURCK, HARMAN DAVIS College "Burkse" Jocksonvslle, Florsda Latsn Club 2, D C T 4 ,J 4 BURNETT BONNIE FAYE General Speedy Sanderson Florsda BURROWS JOHN GEORGE JR College Teacher Jacksonvslle Florsda Track 2 3 4 Natsonal Honor Socsety A o s 4 Chap asn Sensor Fellows Club 4 Sensor Chorus 3 4 Junsor Chorus BUTLER AMIE ELIZABETH General Asm Long Island Csty New York BUTLER ONDA CHERIE Commercsal Shorty Wsnslon Salem North Carolsna Dramatsc Club Secretary 2 Sergeant 3 Asssstant Lsbrarsan 4 Head Lsbrarsan 4 Orches 2 Junso Gsrs Clu ensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor srs Ju slee 3 4 AIIOON EDWARD EUGENE General Lefty Jacksonvslle Florsda aseball 2 3 4 Club 3 4 Ba Tsger Football 2 CAMERON, CAROLYN Commercsal Cameo' Alma, Georgsa G A A 2, Sensor Gsrls Club 4 CAMPBELL, LUCIUS JOHN General Flushse Jacksonvslle, Florsda Sensor Fellows Club 4, Delta Hs Y 3, 4, Junsor Boys Club 3, Sophomore Boys Club 2 CANNON BILLIE DOVE Commercsal Bll Perry Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Oracle Stuff 2 3 4 Junsor Edstor 2 Edstorsal Supervs sor 3 Sensor Edstor 4 Ousll and Scroll Sophomore YTeens 2 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 3 Bussness Manager 4 Latsn Cu 2 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 CARROLL LEON DAVID General Stsnky Hsllsard Florsda CARUTHERS TOMMIE MARIE College Tom Boy Jacksonvslle Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Beta YTeens 4 CAWLEY FRANKIE LOUISE General K Rawley Lyons Georgsa Cheerleader 2 3 4 Asssstant Head Cheerleader 4 Sophomore Gsrls Club Globe Trotters 2 Chorus 2 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubs lee 4 Calendar Gsrl 4 CHAMPA MARION B Commercsal Champ Charleston South Caro H10 nd 2 4 Orches ro Juns r Boys Club 3 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Sophomore Boys Club 2 CHILDS BETTY JEAN Commercsal Msams Florsda Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Msss Andrew Jackson Contest 2 Calendar Gsrls Contest 4 CLANTON FRANCES LOUISE College Fran Jacksonvslle Florsda Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Gsrls Glee Club 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Pepperettes A 2 Sensor Gsrls Jubs 4 Oracle Staff 4 Latsn Club 2 axxl' CLARK JOHNNY EARL General Tex Jacksonvslle Florsda CLARY GWENDOLEN JOYCE College Pearl Jacksonvslle Florsda rs Glee 2 rc estra 2 Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Pressdent 2 Student Councsl 2 3 4 Parlsmenlarsan 2 3 4 Latsn Club 2 3 Vsce Press ent 3 YTeens 2 3 4 Chapasn 2 rea surer 4 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Lsbrary C uncsl 2 3 4 Socsal Chcssrman 3 Reporter 4 Treasurer 4 Natsonal H nor Socsety 3 4 N F L 3 Sen or Gsrls Club 4 Dramatsc Club 4 Oracle Staff 4 CLEMONS DORIS ELMA General Do Jacksonvslle Florsda perettes 2 3 4 G A ns 2 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Club Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 COHEN JAY College Rub em off Jacksonvslle Florsda c estra 2 3 4 N Treasurer 3 Correspandsng Secretary 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Natsonal Honor Socsety 4 COLLUM ROBERT PARKILL General Weed Lloyd Florsda Band 2 3 4 Sensor Fellows Club Track 3 CONFER SHIRLEY MAE Commercsal Shsrl Erse Pennsylvansa perettes 2 G A A 2 Sens nd 3 4 Orchestra 2 4 Sens Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 COOPER GEORGIA COLLEEN General Coco Ft Myers Florsda COREY THOMAS General Tommy Jacksonville Florida Leaders Club 4 CRABTREE RICHARD FRANCIS College Pokey Face Orlando Florida Sophomore Boys Club 2 Junior Boys 3 Baby Tiger Football 3 Track Mana er 3 Clu 3 4 Gamma A CREWS FULTON M General Shorty Folkston Georgia Kappa Hi Y 3 4 CREWS LUCILLE General C Jacksonville Florida Junior Chorus 2 Peppereltes 2 Girls Glee Club 3 4 CROLLEY JUANITA College Punkm Doodle Society Hill South Caro ma Sophomore Chorus 2 Junior Chorus 3 Senior Girls Club 4 CROSBY ORANL General Bing Waycross Georgia Senior Fellows Club 4 Varsity Foot ba 4 DALE, THOMAS BRYAN. College. "Tommy". Jacksonville, Florida. Latin Club 2, Delta Hi-Y 2, 3, Dra matic Club 2, 37 French Club 3, 4 Chaplain 4, Junior Bays' Club 3 Senior Fellows' Club 4, Band 4 Orchestra 4. V' Q DAMPIER WILLIAM BYRON College Slim Gainesville Florida Las Estrellltas 4 Senior Fellows Club 4 leaders Club 4 Varsity Basketball DAUPHIN MlLLlE JOAN General Joanme Jacksonville Florida e perettes 2 G A A El a Americana 3 Senior Grls Club 4 Senior Girls Jubilee 4 DAVIS FLORA ESTELLE General 0 Blockshear Georgia Chorus 2 G A A 2 Pepperettes 2 3 Senior Girls Club 4 DEES ELZIE DAVID General as Westgreen Georgia Senior Fellows Club 4 DeLOACH JOHNNIE MAE General lnky Barlow Florida perettes 2 G A A 2 3 Ba Orc stra 3 Sen: r Irs Club 4 Dean s Office 4 DOREY ELIZABETH College Libby Atlanta Georgia La in Club 2 3 Dramatic Club 2 Sophomore Girls Club 2 Sophomore YTeens 2 Chaplain 2 Junior Girls Club 3 Chaplain 3 Junior YTeens 3 Reporter 3 Senior Girls Jubilee 3 DUANE, MARY ELIZABETH. Commercial. "Betty", Jacksonville, Florida. Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls Jubi- lee 3. DYER EVELYN ANN General Weasle Jacksonvslle Florsda perettes 2 3 G A Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Deans Otfsce 4 DYESS MARY KATHRYN Commercsal Kstty LaBelle Florsda Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Junsor Gsrls Clu 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Gobe Trotters 2 Aeoronautscs Club 2 Trea surer 2 Dramatsc Club 2 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 DYKES ALLENE ELIZABETH General Belly Jacksonvslle Florsda Dean s Offsce 4 EDISON EDITH JOANN College Jody Jacksonvslle Florsda La sn Club 2 3 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 French Club 3 4 Orchestra 3 Band 3 4 Sensor Chorus 4 Sensor Gsrls Clu 4 Beta Y Teens 4 Dramatsc Clu 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 3 4 EDMONDS MAURICE OWEN General Ed Basnbrsdge Georgsa ELLIS LEE ROY Colege ee Ft Pserce Florsda EVANS SHIRLEY ANN General 'Shsrltasl' Jackson Mssssssspps Sophomore Gsrls Club 2, Vsce Pressdent 2, Sensor Gsrls Club 4, Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4, Gsrls Glee Club 2, 4 FALIS JACQUELINE ADELE College Jackse Jacksonvslle Florsda N F L 2 3 4 Correspondsng Secre tary 2 Recordsng Secretary 3 Press e 4 Vsce Pressdent 4 Natsonol Honor Socsety 3 4 Thespsans 2 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 3 Vsce Press ent 3 Dramatsc Club 2 3 4 Corre spondsng Secretary 3 Treasurer 4 e orter 4 Oracle Staff 2 3 srculatson Manager 3 4 Qusll and oll 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Las Estrellstas 2 3 Vsce Pressdent 3 Lsbrary Councsl 3 FEINBERG MARGIE DELORES Commer csal Noonse Tampa Florsda s rary Councsl 2 3 Student Councsl 3 4 Oracle Staff F L 2 3 4 Correspons cretary 4 Las Estrellslas 2 3 Press dent 3 Notsonal Honor Socsety 3 4 Dramatsc Club 3 4 Chorus 4 Junsor s Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 El Csrculo Pan amerscano 3 Bussness Manager 3 FELTMAN ELLEN RUTH General Blondse Bsrmsngham Alobamo Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Junsar Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 srs ee Club 2 3 C T 4 Chap FERNETY MARGARET Commercsal Margse Jacksonvslle Florsda A 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Notsonal Honor Socsety 4 FETH BARBARA JEAN Commercsal Bobble Jacksonvslle Florsda Pepperettes 2 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Notsonal Honor Socsety 3 4 Chorus FISH JAMES GOODERHAM College Jsmmy Jacksanvslle Florsda FLOYD ELIZABETH ROBERTA College 'Lszzy" Jacksonvslle, Florsda Band 3, 4, El Csrculo Panamerscano 4, Sensor Gsrls Club 4, Pepperettes 2 FOSTER SHIRLEY ANN General Dsmples Jacksonvslle Florsda Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Globe Trollers 2 FULFORD DAVID ROBERTS General Smsley Lakewood New Jersey Baby Tsgers Football 2 Varssly Fool 3 u 4 Bela GABRELS DORIS ROSE Commercsal Dol Ocala Florsda EI Csrculo Panamerscano 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 GARST JEANNINE MARIE College Jarcse SI Auguslsne Florsda Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Junsor Gsrls 3 Sensor Gsrls Cub 4 ea eens 2 ress en Chaplasn 4 El Csrculo Panamerscano 3 4 Sponsor Lee Jackson Game 4 GIBSON MARCELLA General Mar Jacksonvslle Florsda Pepperelles 2 3 Sensor Gsrls Club S nsor Gsrls J bslee 4 G A GLISSON JOE ANN Commercsal Whals Msss on Glssson Comer Alabama Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor orus 2 Pepperelles 2 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubs lee 4 GOODELL HAROLD FRANKLIN College Sonny Lake Cssy Florsda Sensor Fellows Club 4 GORDON JOSEPHINE General J Douglas Georgsa Sophomore Y Teens 2 Junsor Y Teens 3 Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 GORMLY PATRICIA LOUISE College Pa Greal Bend Kansas Sensor Chorus 2 3 4 Sensor Orches 2 3 4 Sensor Band GRAY NORMA ANNETTE General Dszzy Jacksonvslle Florsda A 4 porter 4 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Serg eanl at arms 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 GRIFFIN MARCELINE General Marcse Black Alabama Sensor Gsrls Club 4 HALL ELSIE EUREKA Commercsal Red Jacksonvslle Florsda HAMILTON MEMORIE LEE College Memo Jacksonvslle Florsda Sludenl Councsl 2 3 4 Correspondsng Secrelary 2 Vsce Pressdenl 3 Press dent 4 Y Teens 2 3 4 Secrelary 2 osal Chairman 4 Lalsn Club 2 3 Reporler 2 Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Secresary 2 Jnsor Gsrls CI b 3 Mascol of Junsor Boys Club 3 Na Isonal Honor Socsely 3 4 Dramalsc u 2 3 Secrelar 4 Na son al Thespsans 4 Secrelary 4 Sensor ub Gsrls Glee Clu Mascol of Gamma HsY 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 3 4 Tsgers Claw Staff 4 Oracle Slaff 4 Head Usher 3 4 HANCOCK LAUREL SUSAN College Suzse Okeechobee Florsda Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Lsbrary Councsl 3 Nalsanal Honor Socsely 3 4 Dra sc Club 4 N F L 3 4 Secrea 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Tsgers Claw 3 4 Reporler 3 Feature Edslor 4 HARPER WILLIAM CARL General Harpo Blackshear Georgia Baby Tigers Football 3 Varsity Foot 4 B a 2 3 Secretar Senior Fellows Club 4 Leaders Club 4 Treasurer 4 Boxing 4 HARRIS MONA JOYCE College Jayce Jacksonville Florida Sophomore Girls Club 2 Junior Girls u 3 Senior Grls ub La an u 2 Orc es ra 3 Semor s J bilee 3 4 n Oacle Staff 3 4 Junior Editor 3 Editorial Supervisor 4 Business Mana ger 3 4 National Honor Society 3 url a d S oll HARVEY ALLIE ELAINE Genera Chubby Jacksonville Florida Senior Girls Club 4 Senior Girls Jubr lee 4 HAYES WILLIAM E College Bill Jacksonville Florida French Club 4 Vice President 4 Stu dent Council 4 Tigers Claw Staff 4 Track Team 4 Senior Fellows Club 4 HEAD JOHN LLOYD. General 'Cabbage'. Jacksonville Florida. ha Hi-Y 2 3 4 Vice-Presi e 4- Senior Fellows Club 4. HARN BILLIE JEAN. College. "JiIlie Bean'. West Palm Beach, Florida. Senior Girls Club 4. HENRY, BARBARA ANN. General. "Bobbie". Jacksonville, Florida. Sophomore Girls Club 2, Sophomore Y-Teens 2, Secretary 2, Junior Girls Club 3, Junior Y-Teens 3, Treasurer 3, Senior Girls Jubilee 3, 4, Senior Girls Club 4. HESTER MAVIS General Shorty Douglas Georgia Band 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Semor Girls Club 4 HICKS JIMMY DARRELL General Ducky Jacksonville Florida Sophomore Basketball 2 Varsity Bas ketball 3 Varsity Swimming Team 3 ha H Y 3 u HIGGINBOTHAM SHIRLEY DeLEE College Higgue Callahan Ia Pepperettes 2 G A A 2 Sophomore s Club 2 Junior is Clu 3 Senior Girls Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 Thespians 4 President 4 Senior Grs Jubilee 3 4 Spanish Club 2 een Club 4 Orchestra 2 3 Senior Band 4 HIGHSMITH SARA JACQUELINE College Jackie Jacksonville Florida Sophomore Girls Club 2 Sophomore YTeens 2 Treasurer 2 Junior Girls Club 3 Junior YTeens 3 Chorus 3 Girls Glee 4 Semor Girls Jubilee 4 Senior Girls Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 HODGES HUBERT LO. College. "Smiley . Jacksonville Florida. HOEFLER MARJORIE LOUISE. General. 'Oppie . Denver, Colorado. Senior Chorus 4. HOELTZEL, EMIL WILLIAM. General. "BiIl". Jacksonville, Florida. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Kappa Hi- Y 3, 4. HOGGATT B JAMES College Red Bogalousa lousssana Baby Tsger Foolball 2 Vorssly Fool ball 3 4 Junsor Varssly Baskelball Varssly Basketball 3 4 J u 3 4 Vsce Pressdenl 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 HOLMES EVALYNNE College Lynne Perry Florsda Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sludenl Councsl Las Eslrellsfas 3 El Csrculo Amerscano 4 Sensor Chorus 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Spanssh Fsesta 4 HOOVER FRED W General Freddse Baldwsn Florsda Junsor Boys Club 2 Chaplasn 2 HORNE BOOTSIE KATHLEEN General Boot Jacksonvslle Florsda A A YT 3 4 r ssdenl 3 J nsor Grls Club Secretary 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Secre lary 4 HORN MERRELL DAVID General Bud Jacksonvslle Florsda Swsmmsng Team 4 D C T 4 HORTON ROBERT ELMORE College H Jacksonvslle Florsda Track 2 3 4 Baby Tsgers 2 Varssly Football 3 4 Sophomore Basketball eam 2 4 A Hs Y 2 3 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Junsor Boys Club 3 HOWARD GEORGIA ANN General Bsrmsngham Alabama HUNTER RICHARD College Hunter Jacksonvslle Florsda Baby Tsger Football 2 3 Varssty Fool ball 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Serg eanl at Arms 4 K ppa HsY 3 4 ressdenl 4 HURST MARY AUDREY Commercsol Jacksonvslle Florsda Enlered from Wesrsdale Florsda HUTSON JOAN LOUISE General Joannse Savannah Georgsa JACKSON RHEBA College Dee Carbor Florsda G A A 3 Deans Offsce 4 Nalsonal Honor Socsely 3 4 Secretary 4 Vsce Pressdenl 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Slu d nl Councsl 2 3 Usher Gradua n 2 3 JOHNS JUDITH GERALDINE General Smokey Jacksonvslle Florsda Pepperelles 2 Spanssh Club 3 4 JOHNSON BOBBIE General B J Jocksonvslle Florsda unsor Gsrls Club 3 Dramalsc Club 3 Pepperelles 2 3 4 Sen or Grls Clu 4 G A A 2 Sensor Gsrls bs lee 4 Gsrls Glee 2 O ES EVELYN MABEL College Jonesy Jacksonvslle Florsda A A 2 JONES JOANNE General Bsg Eyes Brunswsck Georgsa Pepperelles 2 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 JORDAN SHIRLEY JANE General Shsrl Jacksonvslle Florsda Junsor Gsrls 3 Junsor Y Teens 3 Treo surer 3 Dra'naIsc Club 3 4 s Pessdenl 4 G A A 3 Sensor srls u slee 3 4 Sensor sr Club 4 Nalsonal Thespsons 4 Mascol Alpha H Y 4 KELLY WILLENE JEANETTE Commercsal Pug Branford Florsda Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Junsor Gsrls 2 ensor Gsrls Club 3 2 3 Dean s Offsce 2 Oracle Edslorsal Staff 2 D C T 3 Secretory 3 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 2 KETTLER DOLORES General Doly Delrosl Mschsgan Sludenl Councsl 4 D C T 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 KICKLIGHTER VIRGINIA RUTH D C Rulhse Darsen Georgsa rs Glee 2 Junsor Gsrs Club KINMON SHIRLEY ANN College Rebel Jacksonvslle Florsda Junsor YTeens 3 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Dramalsc Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Club Studenl Councsl 3 Deans Oflsce 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee KRESTUL NATHAN College Nsck Ssoux Csty Iowa Baby Tsger Football 2 3 Vorssly Fool o 4 J Club 4 Nalsonal Honor Socsely 4 Sergeanl al arms 4 Junsor Boys Club 3 Sensor Fellows Club 4 KRUER BETTY Commercsal Betsy Jacksonvslle Florsda G A A 2 Deans Oflsce 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sophomore Chorus 2 LACY ALICE BEAGLE College A B Jacksonvslle Florsda Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Jun or YTeens 3 Las Eslrellslas 3 Dramalsc Club 3 4 Natsonol Honor Socsely 3 4 Sensor srs Jbslee 3 El Csrculo n Amerscano 4 Sensor Grls Club 4 Band 4 LACY FRANCES LaRUE Commercsal Kslly Meller Georgsa Glee Club 3 Pepperelles Z Chorus 2 LEDBETTER PATRICIA RUTLEDGE College Prsssy Hendersonvslle North Carolsna Sludenl Councsl 2 Las Eslrellslas 2 onsOffsce2 G A A 2 3 Glee Club 2 Sensor Chorus 2 3 4 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Dramalse Club 4 Treasurer 4 French Club 41 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Bela Y Teens 4 LEE DOROTHY General Do Jacksonvslle Florsda T 3 4 Sensor Gsrls LeROY JOANNE College J Dalton Georgsa EI Csrculo Panamerscono 3 4 Secre lary 3 4 LEVERETT ATHEL LLOYD General Shorly Fstzgerald Georgsa LeVINER VESTA MARIE General Peanut Leesburg Florsda Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Gsrls Glee C 2 3 4 Pepperettes 2 Jun r Grs Club 3 Masorette 3 4 ra matsc Club 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Mascot Delta HsY 4 Sem r Gsrls Club 4 Deon s Olfsce 4 Oracle Stoll 4 LINDEMANN WILBERT JOHN General Wsllse St Petersburg Florsda LLOYD JACQUELINE ADELLA College Jaclue Jacksonvslle Florsda Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Pepperettes rs ee Club 2 4 Jun Gsrls Club 3 Las Estrellstas 3 Secre tary Treasurer 3 Oracle Business Stall ramatsc Club 3 El Csrcu Panamerscano 3 4 Treasurer 4 Re porter 4 Tsgers Claw 3 4 Exchange Edstor 4 Junsor YTeens 3 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor YTeens 4 Sergeant at Arms 4 Sensor Chorus 4 LOEST NANCY JOANNE College Nan Jacksonvslle Florsda Band 4 Orchestra 3 4 Natsonal Honor Socsety 4 LOHMAN VERNA JEAN Commercsol Waycross Georgsa Junsor Gsrls Club 2 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 LUKE RUBY CLAIRE. Commercial. 'Wittle "uby". Jacksonville Fla. Chorus 3. LYNN, BETTY. College. "Bugs". Marianna, Florida. Sophomore Girls Club 2, Latin Club 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 47 Band 3, 4, Junior Girls Club 37 Senior Girls Club 4, Senior Girls Jubilee 3, 47 Dramatic Club 4. MORROW FRED JAY General Abe Jacksonvslle Florsda B a HsY 2 3 4 Junsor Boys b 2 Sensor Fellows Club 4 MASHBURN PATRICIA LEE General Pa Daytona Beach Florsda Pepperettes 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Deans Oflsce 4 MATTOX BARBARA ANN General Bobbie Jacksonvslle Florsda Gsrls Glee 2 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Club an s Olfsce 2 Beta Teens 4 Student Councsl 2 3 MAXWELL CHARLENE General Leftse Memphss Tennessee Pepperettes 4 MAYS ROBERT LEE Commercsal Bob Jacksonvslle Florsda MCCALL VIRGINIA KATRINE. College. Jennie . Graceville Florida. McELHANEY, WILLIAM KERRY. General. "Mac", Jacksonville, Florida. Student Council 3, 4, Senior Orches- tra 3, 47 Senior Bond 3, 4, Delta Hi- Y 4, Senior Fellows Club 4. McGRAW JOE College Judge Jacksonville Florida Semor Band 4 McKENNEY IRENE YVONNE General Butch Atlanlo Georgla Glee Club 3 Senlor Glrls Club 4 McLEOD DONALD LOVE General Don Hashngs Florida Football 2 3 McMILLAN ARTHUR HENRY College Ruhlra Jacksonvulle Flonda Della HI Y 3 4 Baby Tuger Football 2 3 Semor Band 3 4 Orchestra 2 Jumor Boys Club 3 Sensor Fellows Club 4 McNEAL CARL EDISON General Eddy Macon Georgna MESSIC GEORGE EDWARD General Hot Rock Jacksonvnlle Flonda MILES ROMIE EARL College Romue o Alma Georgia Jumor Boys Club 3 Semor Fellows Cu 4 Della HIY 4 MILLER HELEN MAE Commerclal Red Delroll Mochugan Semor Girls Club 4 MILLER JOYCE MARIE Commercial Doll Jacksonvnlle Flonda Sfudenl Councul 2 Junlor Orchestra 2 Senior Band 3 Nallonal Honor Soclely 3 4 Senior Gurls Club 4 MOCK CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH College Mockung Burd Jacksonvalle Fla A 3 4 Semor Glrls 4 Nallonal Honor Soclely 4 MOODY JOYCE ESTELLE Commercial Baby Woycross Georgia Pepperelles 2 3 4 Deans Office 4 Senior Glrls Club 4 MORGAN MARY ANN General Annie Pullsburgh Pennsylvania So homore Girls Club 2 Junlor Chorus 2 Junlor Glrls Club 3 Semor Glrls Club 4 Semor Y Teens 4 Semor Grrls Jubilee 3 4 MOSELEY BERNARD R College Malor Jacksonvllle Flonda orus 2 B nd 3 4 Drum Malor 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Sensor Chorus Nallonal Honor Socnely 3 Junior Boys Club 3 Semor Fellows lub 4 Delegale Boys Slale 4 MURRAY JULIAN NATHAN College N Jacksonvulle Flonda a Hu Y 3 Tro NEWNHAM JOE ALBERT College Llghtmng Jacksonvllle Florlda .lunlor Boys Club 3 Semor Fellows Club 4 NEWSOME PEGGY Commercial Peg Llve Oak Florida Pepperettes 2 3 NOLAN GUSS HERBERT College Herbne Jacksonvnlle Floruda El Curculo Pan Amerucano 3 O STEEN HENRY STEVE General Jacksonvnlle Flonda Baby Tlger Football 3 Varslty Foot a 4 Clu PARIS JALIE LEE College Buzzard West Memphus Arkansas G A 3 4 Pepper es Semor Girls Club 4 PARMENTER KENNETH LAMAR General Red Jacksonvnlle Floruda Baby Tnger Football 2 3 Varsuty Foot a 4 .l Clu PEACOCK ALICE College Peacock Thomasvulle Georgua Semor Chorus 2 3 4 Sophom re s Club 2 Jumor Gurs Club Semor Glrls Club 4 Semor Gnrls Jubn lee 3 4 Dromatlc Club 4 Natlonal Honor Society 3 4 Lotun Club 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 4 Talent Nught 3 lr 1 V- 1 'V- PERKINS ROBERT LEE College Jacksonvllle Floruda PERRY JOAN College The Laugh Jocksonvulle Floruda Junnor YTeens 3 Junuor Chorus 2 French Club 3 4 Dramatuc Club 4 Semor Gurls Club 4 National Honor Soclety 3 4 Semor Girls Jubilee 4 PETTY FRED KENNETH General Horse Jacksonvllle Flonda Varslty Football 4 B Squad u 4 Beta HIY 4 Track 4 a 3 PETTY NANCY LOUISE General Petty Jacksonvnlle Floruda Sophomore Y Teens 2 Jumor Y Teens 3 Chaplaln 3 Jumor Glrls ub Secretary 3 Smor Grls Cl b 4 Dean s Staff 4 PHILLIPS JOYCE ANN General J Muoml Floruda Sophomore Glrls Club 2 Junuor Glrls Club 3 Senuor Gnrls Club 4 Dramatuc u 3 e ub Beta YTeens 3 Semor Gurls Jubulee 3 4 Oracle Staff 4 Feature Editor 4 PICKETT DONALD EUGENE Commerclal Muscles Jacksonvnlle Florlda Baby Tiger Football 3 Track 3 Varsnty Football 4 .l Club 4 Semor Fellows Club 4 PILLSBURY GRACE MARY Commercuol Gay Jacksonvnlle Florida A A 2 3 4 Semor Girls Clu PONS FRANCES DOLORES General Dee .lacksonvrlle Florida Globe Trotters 2 Junior Girls Club 3 Oracle Staff 3 PRINCE THOMAS BRYON Commercial Runt Jacksonville Florida Kappa HIY 3 Swimming Team 3 Leaders Club 4 PRITCHARD SHERWOOD MARION Col lege Maestro Jacksonville Fla French Club 3 4 PURCELL LAURA JEANNINE College Red Gainesville Florida Latin Club 2 Junior Chorus 2 Junior Girls Club 3 Junior Y Teens 3 Dean s Office 3 4 French Club 3 4 Secre tary 4 Senior Girls Club 4 Senior Girls Jubilee 3 4 Junior Orchestra 4 Senior Orchestra 4 Girls Glee Club 3 RANKIN PEGGY JOYCE General Peg Chattanooga Tennessee Girls Glee 3 Senior Girls Club 4 RANSOM ROBERT G. JR. College. Bobby . Atlanta Georgia. Baseball Manager 2 Head - Football Manager 3 Head ' Basketball Manager 3 4- Junior Boys Club 3- Alpha H'-Y 3- Senior Fellows u 4- " C u . RENTZ MARQUA ZOE. College. Rinso . Jacksonville Florida. Oracle Staff 3 4- Assistant Editor-in- Chief 3 Editor-in-Chief 4 Business Manager 3 4- Student Council 3 4- Q il and Scroll 3 4- Deans I 7 - eens , , 4, Secretar 7 Senior Girls Club 47 Junior Girs Club 3, Treasurer 37 National Foren- sic League 37 Dramatic Club 47 r- estra2,3,7...,37' Wheel Class '48. REYNOLDS MARY FRANCES Commer cial Syruphead Jacksonville Fla Student Council 2 Library Council 3 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Senior Girls Club 4 RICHARDSON TILLIE GENEVA Commer cial Neva Jesup Georgia Student Council 2 3 4 Pepperettes 2 3 National Honor Society 3 4 YTeens 3 Senior Girls Club 4 ROBERSON BERNICE JEWELL Commer cial Bernie Prattville Alabama Senior Girls Club 4 ROBERSON EVELYN ELAINE General Ebble McCellanvllle South Caro ina A 2 3 4 Vice Pres: e Pepperettes 3 4 Senior Girls Club 4 ROBERTS CLYDE ALONZO JR College Governor Jacksonville Florida Alpha Hi Y 3 4 Secretary 4 Aero nautics Club 3 Treasurer 3 Senior Fellows Club 4 Swimming Team 3 Track 4. ROBERTS JAMES CLYDE. College. 'Lelty '. Jacksonville Florida. Kappa Hi-Y 3. ROBERTSON WILLIAM I. College. "Red-Roio . Jacksonville Florida. Senior Fellows Club 47 Spanish Club 4, Vice-President 47 Delta '- , Vice-President 47 Baby Tigers 27 Junior s Club 37 D. . . 47 Edito Spanish paper. ROCHE CALVIN ALBERT Commercsal Bug Jacksonvslle Florsda ammo H Y 2 Dla HsY Chaplasn 3 Sergeant at Arms 4 J Club 4 Baby Tsgers Football 2 Varssty Football 4 Boxsng 4 Aero nautscs Club 3 ROWELL JIMMY Commercsal sm Andolussa Alabama ROWELL JOYCE ADELLE General Joy Deland Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Pepperettes 2 Chorus 2 Deans Offsce 3 4 RUSH FREDERICK W General Flophouse New Smyrna Florsda SAFRIET FRANCES EVELYN Commercsal Eve Jacksonvslle Florsda Chorus 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 SANDERS RAYMOND RUD College Ray Savannah Georgsa Kappa Hs Y 3 4 SAPP EDGAR Commercsal Blackse Jacksonvslle Florsda SEALEY JOAN LAMAR Commercsal 8 Jacksonvslle Florsda Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Globe Trot ters 2 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 SEALS JACK General Curley Jocksonvslle Florsda Orc estra 3 Band 3 4 Delta Hs Y 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 SESSUMS THOMAS TERRELL College Terrell Daytona Beach Florsda Spanssh Club 4 N F L 4 Hsstorsan 4 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Kappa Hs Y 3 4 Chaplasn 4 Leaders Club 4 wsmmsng Team 4 El Csrculo Pan Amerscano 4 SHAHOOD MARGARET Commercsal Mag the Hag Jacksonvslle Fla Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Chorus 2 G A 2 3 4 Reporter SHARP LEMUEL JR General Lem Jacksonvslle Florsda Beta Hs Y 2 3 4 Pressdent 3 Sopho more Gsrls Club Mascot 2 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Secretary 4 J Cl b 4 Junsor Gsrls Club Mascot 3 Globe Trotters 2 Junsor Boys Club 3 Soph omore Boys Club 2 Track 2 3 4 Varssty Football 3 Sophomore Basket 2 Baby Tsger Football 2 Junsor Gsrls Skst 2 SHASTEEN RUSSELL C College u Jacksonvslle Florsda Track 2 Gamma Hs Y 2 3 4 Chop lam 4 Junsor Boys Club 2 Secretory 3 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Vsce Press dent 4 Mascot Sophomore YTeens 4 Las Estrellstas 3 SHEALY MARTHA IRENE Commercsal Rene Columbsa South Carolsna Pepperettes 2 G A A 2 Chorus 2 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 4 Latsn Club 2 l , . . , . . 1. .1 1 - 1. .1 . . . , . 9 . , . 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C T 4 Pepperettes SHUMAN BARBARA ANNETTE Commer csal Bobble Jacksanvslle Fla Junlor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Chorus 2 SIBLEY ELIZABETH JEANNIE General Lz Pensacola Florsda Senior Glrls Club 4 SIKES JEAN College Jeannse Jacksonvslle Florida Chorus 2 Student Councsl 2 Pepper ettes 2 El Csrculo Panamerscono 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubilee 4 LVERBERG RICHARD General Dsck Norfolk Vsrgsnsa Varssty Basketball 4 Junsor Varsity Basketball 3 Gamma Hs Y 4 Leaders Club 4 SIMMONS CHARLES WINGFIELD Gen eral Chuck Greensboro North Carolsna Orchestra 2 Band 4 SKINNER DAVID ANDREW Commercsal Dave Merrrll Wssconssn SMITH CLARENCE VOLNEY. College. "Smithy". Jacksonville, Florida. a Hi-Y 3' Student Council 2- . C T 3 President 4 Treasurer 4 SMITH JOHN HERBERT General hnny Jacksonvslle Florsda De a HsY 4 SMITH JULIUS HOMER General Smstty Tampa Florsda Leaders Club 4 SMITH SYBIL Commercsal Snsble Montgomery Alabama perettes 2 3 4 Student Councsl 2 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Junlor Gsrls Club 3 SMITH VIRGINIA General Btrdbraln Perry Georgsa YTeens 2 3 4 Socsal Chasrman 2 Sergeant at arms 3 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 3 4 La Cercle Francasse 4 Sergeant at arms 3 G A A 2 SMITH WYOLENE General Elks Georgsa SMYTH DONALD JOSEPH College Don New York Csty New York Jumor Boys Club 3 Sensor Boys Club SNOW NORMA JANE General Janse Jacksonvslle Florsda and 3 Orc estra 3 4 s e r ssdent 4 J nsor G ls Club Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Gsrls Glee ensor Chorus 3 4 Sensor srs Jubslee 3 4 Dramatsc Club 4 SOHN GERALD College Gensus Charleston South Carolsna D C T 4 Junsor Boys Club 3 Sensor Fellows Club 4 Tsgers Claw 2 3 4 Reporter 2 Sports Edstor 3 4 N F L 2 3 4 Correspondsng Secretary 3 Treasurer 3 Pressdent 4 Kappa Hs Y 3 Dramatsc Club 3 Spanssh Club 2 SPAULDING JANET LEIGH General Red Dog Bordentown New er se Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sophomore Grls Club 2 Globe Trotters 2 Reporter 2 Msss Andrew Jackson Contest 2 3 4 Oracle Staff 3 4 Calendar Gsrls Contest 4 Dra scClb4G 2Sensr Gsrls Jubslee 4 Sophomore Y Teens 2 Cheerleader 3 4 Mascot Beta Hs Y 4 Whos Who Best Looksng 4 Mss tress of Ceremonses Talent Nsght 4 Student Councsl 3 SPENCE ED RUSHEN General Stsnkey Jacksonvslle Florsda C 2 Junsor Boys u ensor Boys Club 4 B ta HsY Track Team 3 SPERLANES MARIAN General Spur Jacksonvslle Florsda Peppereltes 2 3 4 Las Estrellstas 2 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club STERLING ALICE ELOISE College Brown Eyes Jacksonvslle Florsda Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Las Estrellstas or Gsrls Club 3 B nd Orchestra 4 Deans Ollsce 4 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee 3 4 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 STILLMAN MAYNARD LOUIS College Stsllmay New York New York C T 4 Sensor Fellows Clu Latsn Club 2 I4 STOKES WILLIAM EUGENE Commercsal Gene Jacksonvslle Florsda Orchestra Ba 4 De H Y 4 STRICKLAND JAMES ALBERT General Strsck Jacksonvslle Florsda C T 3 4 Vsce Pressdent 4 r nt State D C T STRICKLAND LEONARD General Strsck Jacksonvslle Florsda Junsor Chorus 2 Gamma H Y 2 4 Secretary 4 TRICKLAND MARY CATHERINE General Lsttle One Jacksonvslle Florsda Pepperetles 2 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 STROTHER PATSY RUTH Commercsal t Tuolumne Callfornsa Sensor Gsrls Club 4 STROUD FR D JR General Buck sve Oak Florsda Kappa Hs Y 3 4 Varssty Baseball 2 STUBBS HELEN MARIE General Stubby Msams Florsda Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Dramatsc Club 4 D C T 4 SULLIVAN BURNEY AUGUSTUS General Sully Atlanta Georgia Delta Hs Y 3 Vsce Pressdenl 3 Junsor Boys Club 3 Sensor Fellows Club 4 SULLIVAN HELEN SUE College Susse Jacksonvslle Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Sophomore Chorus 2 SUMMERSILL LAURA JEAN General Jeanse Mayo Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 SUMNER JANE JOYCE College J J Jacksonvslle Florsda A 4 Pepper Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Dean s Office 4 SUTTON PEGGY JOYCE Commercial Dsmples Nashvslle Tennessee G A A 3 Student Councsl 2 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 SVED IGNACIO College Pancho Habana Cuba National Honor Society 3 4 Vce ssdent 3 Pressdent 4 N F 4 Library Councsl 3 4 Sergeant at arms 3 Treasurer 3 4 Vsce Pressdent 4 French Club 3 4 Vsce Pressdent 3 Hsstorsan 4' El Csrculo Panamerscano 2 3 4- Senior Fellows Club 4. SYKES FAYE ELEANOR. Commercial. "Old Married Lady . Jacksonville Florida. . . . - Junior Girls u ' Senior Girls Club 4' Pepperettes 2 3 4 Pepperette Leader 4. TATUM CAMILLE MARY Commercial Camel Jacksonvslle Florsda 3 4 Treasurer 4 Sens r Gsrls Club 4 TATUM ROBERT CALVIN General Tate Jacksonvslle Florsda Junsor Boys Club 3 Sensor Fellows Cu 4 Gamma HsY2 3 4 Sen r Chorus 4 Leaders Club 4 THOMAS BRECKENRIDGE College Breck Thomas Bruce Florsda Sensor Fellows Club 4 Baby Tsger Whstes 2 Spanssh Club 2 TlSON MARY GRACE Commercsal Shakey Jacksonville Florsda Sensor Gsrls Club 4 TRAWICK BARBARA LOUISE College Gabby Barnesvslle Georgia Sophomore Gsrls Club 2 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Dramatsc 2 4 Stude Co ncsl Orchestra 2 3 eens 2 4 Las Estrelsas Spanssh Fsesta 2 Sensor Gsrls Jubslee TREECE WANDA LOUISE General Trecse St Cloud Msnnesota Sophomore Y Teens 2 Junsor Y Teens Treasurer 3 Sensor YTeens 4 Reporter 4 Junsor Gsrls Club 3 Pub lscsty Chairman 3 Sensor Gsrls Club 4 VALENTINE IRIS B. General. Brilliant '. Jacksonville Florida. perettes 2 3 4- G. A. . 4 Secretary 4- Senior Girls Club' Whos Who Most Athletic 4. VAN SICKLER RAY College Atlas Jacksonvslle Flonda L Estrellntas 2 3 4 Secretary 4 rack 2 enlor orus Jumor Boys Club 3 Cheerleader 3 4 Dramatic Club 4 Boys Glee Club 4 Boxung 4 Semor Fellows Club 4 ea ers Club 4 G mma H Y Student Council 3 VICKERS JAMES HALL General Bug Red Jacksonville Florlda G mma HIY 2 3 4 Treasurer Pressdent 4 VICKERS LENOMA ELIZABETH General Monk Mlcco Florada Semor Girls Club 4 VOGHT ELIZABETH CAMILLE College Corny Jacksonvulle Florlda Pepperettes 3 4 Jumor Gurls Club 3 mor Glrls Club 4 G A A 4 Student Councll 3 Jumor Band WADE JOYCE CORYDON General Pug Jacksonvulle Florlda G A A 2 Sophomore Glrls Club 2 unlor Chorus 2 Glrls Glee 3 Jumor Girls Club 3 President 3 Y Teens 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Vlce Pres: nt 4 Semor Gurls Club 4 Ice Presldent 4 Presndent 4 French Club 3 4 Dramatnc Club 4 Pepperettes 3 Semor Glrls Jubulee 3 4 W os Who Best all round 4 WAINWRIGHT JACQUELYN Com mercral Jackle Jacksonvnlle Flondo Glrls Glee Club 2 Semor Chorus 2 3 Orchestra 3 4 Sensor Gurls Jubnlee Semor Grs Club 4 Drama nc Club 4 Natuonal Honor Socnety 3 4 WAINWRIGHT JOYCE SUE Commercial Sue Klngsford Georgla u ent Council 2 D C Q' T4 WALKER GEORGE DOUGLAS General Doug Jacksonvnlle Flornda Semor Fellows Club 4 WALLACE WANDA MYRLE General Puppy Councul Bluffs Iowa S mor Grls Club 4 Glrls Glee 3 A A 4 Semor Gnrls Jubalee Sophomore Chorus 2 Pepperettes 2 Dean s Offlce 4 WALSTON CONSTANCE ELEANA Col lege Connne Jacksonvulle Flo Pe perettes 2 3 G A A 2 French Club 3 4 Latm Club 2 Sophomore rs Club 2 Ju I r Glrs Cu Semor Gnrls Club 4 WARNOCK DORIS LEE General Stormy Lyons Georgia Sophomore Gnrls Club 2 Jumor Gurls Club 3 Semor Girls Club 4 Deans :ce 3 4 Semor YTeens 4 e Cross Club 4 Jumor Chorus 3 Gurls Glee 4 Dramatic Club 4 WARRINGTON BETTY WRAY General Basketball Bestown Georgua Jumor Grls Club 3 Pepperettes 2 S mor Glrls Jubilee 3 4 Jumor Y eens 3 Semor eens Ice President 4 Semor Glrls Club 4 WEAVER DOROTHY Commercnal Dot Woodbme Georgua Semor Girls Club 4 G A A 2 Presldent 4 Chorus 2 WEBB LARRY ALLEN General Webbe Jacksonvulle Florlda tudent Councnl 2 Semor Fellows Club 4 as ' 1 1 1 1 T 1 S ' Ch 2, 3, 41 L d 1 C l- 31 . - ,,, V G .- I I 1 3' 1. I 11. . I , ' ' . A 1 . 'N e ' i 1 ' 1 V tr ' G. . . 1 ' ' ' 41 I ' - L P , l 7 . . . 1 Gil 1 n'o 'l I b 31 Se ' ' 1 . . . 2, 3, ' " 1 ' ' af 4. ' A Off' 1 1 ' - ' 1 R d J" ff J ' 1 ' 1 41 de 1 ' ' 1 V' - , . 7 . 5 . . . 8 , 1 - . ' . 'I T 1 ' Y-T 4, v' . I . . . I I h 1 V 1 . 9 I , I' ' ' ' I ' ' 1 . . . , 3, 4, 41 ' il 1 l' 5 ' 1 1 ' . S ' 1 ' St d ' 1 . . T. 4. 5 WELLMAN BETTY SUE General B Jacksonville Florida Pepperettes 2 Junior Girls Club 3 Junior Y Teens 3 Senior Girls Club 4 WHITE MARGARET ELIZABETH General Peggy Jacksonville Florida Chorus 2 Girls Glee 3 Senior Girls Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 WHITE VIRGINIA Commercial Ginny Columbus Georgia Pepperettes 3 4 Junior Girls Club 3 Senior Girls Club 4 Student Council 2 WHITTER LOIS JUANITA General Nita Atlanta Georgia Sophomore Girls Club 2 Chorus 2 3 Junior Girls Club 3 Sensor Girls Club 4 Senior Girls Jubilee 3 4 WILLIAMS RICHARD CLAYTON College Richy Jacksonville Florida Track 3 Band 4 WILSON, BARBARA JEAN. General. 'Bobbie'. Hartford, Connecticut. Senior Girls Club 4. WILSON, JACK EDWARD. General. "Jockie". Jacksonville, Florida. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Baby Tiger Football 2, 3, Junior Boys Club 3, Senior Fel- lows Club 4, Alpha Hi-Y 3, 4, "J" Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2. WOLFE WILLIAM ROLAND General Rollo Jacksonville Florida ella Hu Y 3 4 Secretary 4 Senior Fellows Club 4 National Honor Socle WYNN JANE LEROY General Cooter Jacksonville Florida ophomore Girls Club 2 Reporter 2 Junior Girls Club 4 Senior Girls Jubr lee 4 Senior Girls Club 4 Treasurer 4 Oracle Staff 4 YANDLE DONA MOORE General Heavy Monroe North Carolina Junior Girls Club 3 Pepperettes 3 ZENZ MILDRED MARIE College Mil Toledo Ohio Senior Girls Club 4 French Club 4 COMER HARPER HUNT College Por Supuesto New Orleans La El Clrculo Pan Amerucano 3 4 Serg eant at Arms 4 Senior Fellows Club FORBES, LUCIAN ROLAND. General. "Lead Toe". Arcadia, Florida. Senior Fellows Club 4. LEWIS, PEGGY POE. General "Little Fred". Jacksonville, Florida. Y-Teens 2, 3, Sophomore Girls Club 2, Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls Jubilee 3g Girls Glee Club 2, Senior Girls Club 4. ANDlNG THOMAS JOLLEY General Tommy Brrmlngham Alabama COPELAND JOE General Jane Jacksonvrlle Florida EDENFIELD BETTY SUE College ue Cleveland Ohio Sophomore Girls Club 2 Junuor Girls ub 3 Sensor Grls Cub 4 ea eens 2 3 4 Gnrls Glee Clu Sen G J e EDGE WILLIAM EARL General Wuld Bull Jacksonvnlle Florida Della HI Y 2 3 4 Baby Tigers ool 2 3 Vorslly Football 4 Jun r Boys Club 3 Reporler 3 Senior Fel ows Club 4 Track Team 2 3 Club 4 Leaders Club 4 JOHNS DOROTHY VENITA General Nna Chattahoochee Florida Sensor Gnrls Club 4 JOYNER OLIVER GERALD College G Ocala Florlda cheslra 2 3 4 Band 3 4 De H Y 4 Chaplain 4 Sensor Fel ows Club 4 LEGGETT BETTY JEANETTE General Jacksanvslle Florida OWENS RUSS B General R Tlshommgo Mrssnsslppl PRESSON RUSSELL BARNES General Rul Pensacola Flaruda VAN LANDINGHAM MARGARET ELIZA BETH General Maggie Jacksonvnlle Floruda BEST LOOKING JANET . . . Floming Red Hoir . . . Toll, Poised . .. Different Gnd Witty . . .MISS SPAULDING. RICHARD . . . Shy . . . Known By All , . .Voice Hormonizing . . . Handsome . . . MR. BLACKMAN. llWho's Who" BEST ALL-ROUND JOYCE . . . A Personolity Worth Knowing . . . Fun-Loving . . . Reliable . . . Energetic . . . MISS WADE. MARSHALL . . . "MUSH" . . . Straight Forward . .. Reolly Genuine . . . .lust Swell , . . MR. BOWDEN. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BETTY. . . Lovely Voice. . .Talented and Brilliant . . . Interested in Life . . .Sweet and Lovable . . . MISS LYNN. DICK . . .Our Senior Class President . . . A Good Leader . . . Magnetic . . . Admired By All . . . MR. PETTIGREW. "Who's Who" MCST ATHLETIC IRIS . . . All Sports Are A Part of Her . . . Un- affected Assurance . . . Always laughing . . . MISS VALENTINE. FRED . . . Unexcelled on Athletic Field . . .Winner of "Most Valuable Man" Trophy . . . Well-Liked ... MR. PETTY. MOST ORIGINAL BETTY . . . Tiny. Sense of Humor MISS BRITTAIN. PAUL. . .Popula Clown . . . Alert CA RTY. MOST POPULAR BETTY JEAN . . . "B, J" . . . Lovable Personality Easy, Winning Smile . . . Small and Dainty MISS CHILDS. BARNUM . . . A Smile and a Greeting For Everyone An Undaunted Spirit . . . Outstanding . . MR Mc "Who's Who" -. -eil in . . Sweet . . . Different . . . Delightful . . . Interested in Many Things . . . r with Fellow-Students and Faculty . . . . . . Thoughtful . . . MR. ALBRITTON. Whether sunrise or sunset you'II find some of WiIson's Willing Workers carrying out their orders given by Professor himself. This group is made up of boys who, regardless of regular hours, work from seven A. M. to six P. M. Their goal is at all times to keep the school at its best regarding appearance. On the other hand, the dean's staff con- sists of only volunteers, the students who freely give the study periods to help Mr. Wilson and Mrs. Weltch. lTheir job also is entirely different and calls for persons who are willing to work hard and not shirk their duty.l The favorite among all our industrious group is none other than the Dawn Patrol. 'FX Il UU' R' K M Will 3 fb! LAST BUT NOT LEAST 1 O vu me luly is rlvvolvrl to our ucfrwrlisvrs .- uw rv wislzing you u Hin' Pun: lion rmcf hoping you will rvrnvrnfwr o1u'ucffwrlisvrs. MQ x R S. 152 1948 IULY 1948 2 16 19 20 2122N23, 125 26,272 2930 MISB RBARATH N 1 5 UND,Y 6 M ONDA V 1 TLESDA. g WE DNESDAY T HURSDAY Mmm 1 1 2 3 14i51697 819 10 11111 13114115 Q17 1 18 ? 1 ' 1 1 24 1 8 i 1 1 31 INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Page No Page No Abernathy Frsher lnc Adams and Stewart Arcade Men s Shop Atlantxc Natronal Bank Barbee Motor Company Barnett National Bank Brentwood and Capntol Theatres Brentwood Poultry Market Burnett Florist C and C No 3 Cannon Shoe Store Cnty Drugs Cnty Electric Department Cohen Brothers Cunnlngham Furniture Curry Thomas Hardware Diana Shop donaldson s Inc Drew H 8-W B Company DeBard L C Duval Jewelry Company Duval Laundry Company Jacksonvulle Coca Cola Bottlzng Company Jacksonville Gas Corporation Jacobs Jewelers Jewel Box The Josten s Key McCabe Funeral Home Kloeppel Hotels Lechner Lumber Company Lerner Shops Lnvnngston Yonge Company Luggage Shop lnc Magnolia Oil Company Mann Street Pharmacy Mangels Matthews and Crabtree McPherson Drug Company Merrlll Stevens Dry Dock Morrow FredJ Dlstrlbutlng Company Murray Arthur Studio Nasrallah Brothers National Dry Cleaners Paxons Pearl Street Pharmacy Ehrlnger s Feltman s Tasty Food Ferber Sheet Metal Works Ferrell Jewelry Company Frnkelsteln Harry Company Flamlngo Store No 3 Flortda Equipment Company of Jacksonville Florida Flornda Florida Florida Hardware Company National Bank Prpe and Supply Company Ttmes Union Foley Lumber Company Furchgott s General Linen Supply Company Giles Drug Company Golder E G Company Good Hope Water Company Grotf Hosiery Company Hardage and Sons Funeral Home Harry s Men s Shop Haverty Furmture Company Heat and Cold Equtpment Company Howard Dry Cleaners Hubbard S B Company Jackson Optlclan Dlspensary Jacksonville Coach Company Perkms Grocery Perret s G A Darry Pug n Whnstle Purcells Respess Engravmg Company Richardson Paint Company Sears Roebuck 81 Company Seawrlght s Pharmacy Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co Southern Dalrles Sport Shop lnc Standard Electrnc Company Sterchl s Furniture Company Thomas Florust Toggery The Tooley Myron Turner Electric Works Underwood Jewelers Unnted Lute Insurance Company Walkers Warren Kent Company Wells Chas L Jewelers West End Garage Wulson s Self Servlce Laundry Wutten s Max - ' , ., ., I3 ' - ' ' , Y, Y, . , , I3 "" T . . 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Fu' -' ' .' fm' 'S 23 "sl Make Full Use of ELECTRICITY ALTHOUGH you cannot see 1t the electrrc wrrmg system 1n your home can prov1de some of the most 1mportant values Adequate w1r1ng makes posslble the full use of electr1c1ty keeps the home modern for many years mcreases 1ts sales value Yet good w1r1ng costs only about 4! of the bu1ld1ng dollar Every home planner should know all the facts about Adequate Wlflng WILL YOUR WIRING STAND THE LOAD 7 Thats a Good Oueshon to Ask Your Electncran CITY ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT GEORGE A PIERCE Comm1ss1oner of Ut1l1t1es Uhlrty Buxldmg FOOT OF LAURA ST 3 I 0 .. O . ' . , . .. ' I .. .. WEST END GARAG E PHONE 3 0282 b h d I 1308 KINGS ROAD Phone 4 2316 M A N G E L S lw nzmmr Ippurfl W I6 WEST FORSYTH STREET 15 WES1 BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA SHOES EOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY lo 1111 IIKIIIIJIIS 0 Ihr rlllllllllflllf., lluss 0 1918 0 Inrln u l11rl.sfm lI1g,h GOOD LUCK TO ALL OF YOU acobs J eweler ELLIS T FERNANDEZ THE SPORT SHOP INC SPUI'-'IINI IOUDS POR III SPURIS WHOLESALE and RETAIL Drstrlbuiors for MacGregor and Wllson Athletlc Equlpment 440 W Forsyth Street Jacksonvxlle 2 Fla Presrdent and Manager Phone 5 8474 ELLIS T FERNANDEZ HHIIIWIGIIM S SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY Curry Thomas Hardware Co If F UFFI H IUIIPIPIP Dlfflxf SERI III' 3732 MAIN STREET 327 WOODBINE 4 Esta Iis e 920 I , . . I , . - . Besl ishes f rv . . , A , f , ,. , . . I N T I IVF, LAURA R ADANIS , . ,, I rv - I w . w v rw --- - . 1 I 1 ' 1 1 I n I , . I 1. '.' I . ,.' nu ' T 1 - . I , . V. . V, V , . 1 . W.. A I 1 4 4 . I A 1 1 M , lfvsl Unislws J.l ll I - -' ' "-- "" CUNNINGHAM FURNITURE INCORPORATED WHERE l'fl'HHYHUIJl' ffl-IN IIFFUHII Ql 141,11'I' ' Phone 5-0382 Bro d d Main and East Bay Sis. o an Forsyth Streets Phone 5-2677 Jackson ille FIor'da JOSTEN S APPRECIAIES SERVING JACKSON HIGH WITH AMERICA S FINEST CLASS RINGS TRUMAN FLETCHER Representot Th ough JACOBS JEWELERS INC SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS IN FUTURE ENDEAVOR Depend largely upon these essentials Slull In the applrcatron ot knowl edge garned In classroom and laboratory Capacity tor gettxng along with others We at the Flonda Natronal Bank take prrde In the students ot today whose mmds hearts and hands ll wx mold the future Jacksonvxlle Our tnendly ottxcers will be happy to help you to make your txrst mve t t In busmess suc h Add to t s men cess t rough the openmg ot a Savings Account I regularly Watch It grow as habt t I s o thrltt developed now build contxdence and abrlxty rn the management ot future protessxonal and busmess earnmgs FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK 5 v , I I ive r , . . . . Ability to manage earnings wisely. . I . . i . u . . g . . . I ' I sIU1s11 FELTMAN S TASTY FOODS Mam al Seventh 5 5909 .I If sl U ISIIIS THE S B HUBBARD CO Excluslvely Wholesale 36 as wesr BAY swam JACKSONVILLE 1 FLORIDA s s Appl 9 s STERCHI S II1 Bllllfll s ost lllfllll 111 111111111111 811111 MAIN AT ADAMS FROM A FRIEND s UISIIS NATIONAL DRY CLEANERS If 1111. 111 Braun PAXON S BEAUTY SHOES P A X O N S 27f W FORSYTH ST B121 U ISIIPS BRENTWOOD POULTRY MARKET G GOLDER CO ESTABUSHED 1905 2329 BOULEVARD FUEL OIL Ph 5 0426 The P1oneer Fuel SGIVICS of Jacksonvllle Flor1da B st U 18,118 6gEfF'e66, 220 MAIN STREET D11111111111ls If llfl 111 s I1111lrs Ffh' 'S 15' 1.- ' I l I . Y Hardware - Industrial upplies - Eledrircl uppl ' ' and iances - Pa' 1- Plumbin upplies Best Wishes I JI.- J 1 ' .' . ' ., I' ., Ru., ,l. D. lj.. . IN I 1 12 . u E. . . pl' pl- I one - . . D .I ' I I ,N ' , ' ', ' I 6 RENT WHY BUY TOWELS COATS AND APRONS? GENERAL LINEN SUPPLY COMPANY PHONE 5 3005 SMARTER FOOTWEAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS WALKER S SLIPPER SHOP 18 W FORSYTH BEST WISHES LERNER SHOPS 118 MAIN ST 20 24 W ADAMS ST THE TOGGERY 340 MAIN ST DUVAL PASII URI!! D D URI PROIX C IS G A PERRETS DAIRY II I l PHONE 4 3900 DINSMORE FLORIDA l I Jacksonville, Florida 411 E B S Nslllllff .IIl'll.S IIY'1'41r'u . ar J ksonvill Fl ridc , . . , . X , , V - f C. 1 1 - 1 , f - I "TIN, Hn! 1' of Bw! wr ,I1'Hf-A ' 1 7 MATTHEWS 8: CRABTREE U S E G A S BAKERS CATERERS THE MODERN FUEL FOR COOKING REFRIGERATION WATER HEATING AND HOUSE HEATING G A S CORPORATION 1811 PEARL STREET PHONE 5 6881 0VlbHlIIlll1fl0llS FLAMINGO STORE No MEAT MARKETT THE H 8: W B DREW COMPANY ENGRAVERS if PRINTERS if STATIONERS OFFICE SUPPLIES FURNITURE 8: EQUIPMENT ARCHITECTS 8: ENGINEERS SUPPLIES RUBBER STAMPS BLUE PRINTING PHOTOSTAT PRINTS MAP PRODUCTIONS Jacksonvzlle 'k Mlaml if Tallahassee MAIN OFFICE 8 PLANT 22 30 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE PHONE 5 1500 C ,, . - 1. JACKSQNVILLE from Pvrsonnvl 8 We extend our congralulanons Io the graduaimg class of 1948 and smcerely appreclate Ihe pnvxlege of bemg your off1c1a1 photographer TOOLEY MYRON STUDIOS 225 WEST ADAMS STREET 9 f I'vHl'l'lIIUif l'l1nIngn1l1lzw1's in llzw NHIIIII PERKINS GROCERY 357 WOODBINE smssr ll its I' BEST WISHES MAX WITTEN S MEN S WEAR 52 W FORSYTH STREET uhen Brothers IW: 1 MONROK LW' JACKSONVILLES SMARTEST SPECIALTY SHOP THE ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK JACKSONVILLE MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION IO Q1 1 1' l ' 'UHIIS .JACKSONVILLE I. FLORIDA Hvs 's lws W. O F Wm! GROFFS HOSIERY 213 LAURA STREET Hosiery Specialities WWW SEALTEST ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES JEWELRY LUGGAGE SPORTING GOODS HARRY FINKELSTEIN CO 631 659 WEST BAY STREET CORNER JEFFERSON I1 5 I Whatr'1'f'r the Sport U70 Furnish ilu' Equipnwnt FURCHGOTT S IU Il11lll1IlINs GRADUATING CLASS ANDREW JACKSON BARBEE MOTOR CO Hauser Frazer D1s1r1buIor WARING W BARBER 1 1 JACKSONVILLE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 12 f NC 1 '.- H " I, 131-.w t UHiSl111.S O F fo r Ionlin 111211 Slll'l'0.'.' Hvst rj-Slll'S llG.U.!.PAT.0Pl BPtW1sh ARCADE MEN S SHOP Bpst Wishes C 8: C GROCERY 8: MARKET Best Wlehps LIVINGSTON YONGE CO EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL ABERNATHY FISHER INC OPTIF I 4 VS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I L Ptlme Ve ntllutvfl KOOL VENT METAL AWNINGS Ma fact red 8: S ld by FERBER SHEET METAL WORKS 4121 EVERGREEN AVE PHONE 5 0789 BPS! W zehf S ADAMS and STEWART PAINT and BODY WORKS 528 NORTH MYRTLE AVENUE ,S ' as '. I I ,. '. , ' I ' 222 PEARL STREET I Jlf I ' ? I f, ,. ,. I 2. nu u o I3 1,111 Slflflll BH! IVISIIPS to THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 48 DUVAL JEWELRY COMPANY 111 MAIN s'rRnE'r DIAMONDS CONVENIENT TERMS Beet IILISIIIS EHRINGER S HOWARD DRY CLEANER.: For Those Who Care P-1oNE 5 5683 3112 MAIN STREET B091 If mhz s FLORIDA EQUIPMENT COMPANY MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA donaldson s, 1nc Soma flung D1 1 If nt In H1 n s U 1 ru 117 WEST ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA L C D u B A R D FLOOR COVERINGS 2402 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA READ THE FLORIDA TIMES UNION Bvst Wishes FRED J MORROW DIST CO DISIIIIJUIOIS of TOMS TOASTED PEANUTS PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES TOMS DELICIOUS CANDIES TOMS POTATO CHIPS 7 E 19th STREET PHONE 5 0051 I A. G. BUNCH, Jr., Prop. ' ' , . 14 Br st W lshf Q KEY MCCABE Funeral Home ORGE H I-IEWELL L F Bc st If l9l'lf s CI T Y D R U G S -moo PEARL s'mEET D I A N A S H O P MAIN sf roasvm STREET B1 st IVISIII s KLOEPPEL HOTELS HOTEL GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL MAYFLOWER The ARTHUR MURRAY SCHOOL of DANCING of Jacksonvllle Ballroom Uamzng, SPECIALISTS FOX TROT RUMBA WALTZ BAMBA SWING TANGO 5 3804 213 W ADAMS STREET H sf U Islus Flonda Hardware Company 1618 20 E BAY STR ET B st U 151118 Magnoha O11 Company 3250 WEST BEAVER STREET PHONE 2 4830 Fon THE FINEST IN J E W E L R Y UNDERWOOD lllllll REGISTERED JEWELERS AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY Hogan Street at Monroe GE . , . .D. Bm, Wi,h,,S HOTEL JEFFERSON fn' '.' - - . E fn. U... ,-. ,ff " fs I5 66 99 ea er Speeo o you, who eath day T1l1e on anew 30111 taelte Along the hue: that speech 11111 go 'Iluough clty bueets 01 1111 out I pon some mountalnslde Wl1e1e you l1ave blazed a t1a1l And kept lt Llea1, Fo you thele eomes f1on1 Ill Wllo use the unes A t11l1ute for a job well done F01 these are not just stlll And ldle st1ands That SlI6tCl1 HCIOQS a count1y Vast and Wlde But l1ea1e1s Of llfe 5 fuendly uoxds And meesages of lllgll lmpolt To people CVC1VWll818 lNot spectaculzu, 30111 11s111l dn, N01 111 the headlu eb Except they he of fue, O1 SLOIIH, O1 flood Then a glateful nauon Know: the full meamule Of you1 sklll and uolth And the fllle Splllt of SCIXILC Wlllifll pute lllltll and pu1pobe In thle ho11o1ed Cl6Cd The message muet go lllllilllgll UTHERN LEGRAPH COMPA NCORPORATE 16 ' 9-. .' v . 1 . , . , ,, .' '1- Javvtu, 1 Q v,-'Jill' . V . 'fi cc , , as S0 BELL TELEPHONE AND TE NY I D ' ""' ' BSLUIII NEIGHBORHOOD THEATRES , , 0 H E A TURNER ELECTRIC WORKS P COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM EVERY SUNDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY 8 FRIDAY HOGAN AND STATE lun Bstlllh GILES DRUG CCMPANY UNITED LIFE INSURANCE co PHONE 5 1855 7 h d MAIN STREETS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 328 OCEAN STREET JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA FLORIDA PIPE and SUPPLY COMPANY INC 1 I N ASRALLAH BROTHERS 135 WEST STATE STREET l STANDARD ELECTRIC CO 2514 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA BEST WISHES LECHNER LUMBER COMPANY I7 Ymfrv .4lu'11vs Wal 'on 1 Yr ur ' 0: s vs CA LSBRENTWOODT Ines Bw 7'.'h0s vs s vs I an B05 I Misha-s H051 u"I'LSlll'S o F Bvst II""sIws , . JACKSON OPTICAL DISPENSARY Dispensing Uptirians JULIAN L. JACKSON 24 wen Dum Ph 5-0504 J ksonville, Fla. XXIISLIIHQ you smootlz sailing Clllfl STIUQ IICITIDOTS Oil YOUT Fnends BPS! Ilivislws "0V"9e through life' SEAWRIGHTIS PHARMACY 22nd and PEARL STREETS MCPHERSON DRUG CO 1751 MAIN ST PHONE 5 4941 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA EXPERIENCED REGISTERED PHARMACISTS THE PORT JACKSONVILLE B1 sl Wzshf s PEARL STREET PHARMACY ron LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS Call the Lumber Number 5 0645 if gli' E: I ,JSP 5 . RAIL TRUCK CARGO BUILDING Xi TIMBER MATERIALS i gb PRODUCTS 18 o F ' OF , E ' . , . 1'-Mf""p-'I ERE, ' g, 2515? Aff A fl I 1 I 5571 ,g2:,L-3.3Zif52aZ?,g, 1 To The SENIORS Who Have PLANS For The FUTURE Graduation is your reward for work well done, effort well expended. We cona gratulate you on this success, and wish you luck in your future. Your future will be what you make it, as was your High School past. Your future will require similar work, similar effort to produce similar success. A savings account in any bank is a product of both work and effort, and is an important factor in success. We invite you to start a savings account with us, to become a business associate of Jacksonville's oldest bank. We should like to have your future and our future closely associated THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK or JACKSONVILLE Member Federal Denosit Insurance Corporation THE OLDEST BANK ON THE PENINSULA OF FLORIDA Br st II mhz s RICHARDSON PAINT CO Heat and Cold Equipment Co ,ES,?Ai:,,S5oL,, 708 710 MAIN STREET Your General Electric Dealer MAIN STREET PHARMACY Ph n 52296 613 L r O G 8.11 B 4th and Main Streets PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY FREE MOTOR DELIVERY BURNETT FLORIST ,u,,U,,1 Us 1608 MAIN STREET PHONE 4 6626 "t th' lnur 51171110 1 ,,,,,,,, PIG N WHISTLE I9 ' H . . nl' vm. xl'


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