Anniston High School - Hour Glass Yearbook (Anniston, AL)
- Class of 1945
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here it is! Yep, this is a whole year's work rolled up
two covers. lt is your 1945 HUUR GLASS, delivered
lia'p1iiEsg5A by' the Annual Staff!
A ig .We.'have tried to make an accurate account of the varied and
'thrilling activities at A. H. S. during the year, and we hope you
will enjoy and cherish it. Note, too, we display with pride the
achievements of your school and its students.
Next year will find the class of '45 and a number of other
A. H. S. students spread with the wind. To many we will be
forever indebted for restoring peace and establishing justice in a
struggling and bleeding world. VVherever your pathway may lead,
we hope this book will bring to you memories of the happy associa-
tions and carefree days in A. H. S.
Thanks, students, for your help and hindrances given to the editor
and the staff in compiling this book! We appreciate your help, and
we assure you that it wouldn't have been half so much fun without
Now we know you want to turn the page, so go ahead and read. . .
Jim 491, 5
YEQQBOOK of HIWDISTOH I-HGH -SCHOOL
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TQ QUIQ PARENTS
Our parents send us oil to school each morning and wait to greet us upon
our return. Their greatest interest is our work, and their greatest achieve-
ment is our success. These are the ones who stay in the background that
we may have our fun. How familiar to them are our pleas, such as
"NIother, he an angel and press my skirt," or "Daddy, may I use the car
tonight ?" These constant requests to our Nlothers and Dads are heard and
actually fulfilled, often without a word of thanks. Much of their effort is
spent in our struggle for maturity, even as they wish in their hearts that we
might always remain children. Of all those who watch us march down the
aisle graduation night, they are the proudestl
In the rush of our daily schedule we do not always take time to show
our appreciation for the many things our parents do for us. Perhaps in
trying to he the kind of men and women they want us to he, we can at
last show our gratitude. To show that, after all, we aren't such an un-
grateful lot, we, the staff of 1945, herehy dedicate this issue of the
HoI'R Ciiaxss to the most wonderful people in the world, our Parents!
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NASH ADERI10l.T EHRENSPERGER
ALEXANDER BALES H.-XMRIC BRUMMEI.
DEHART EDWARDS FERGUSON FULLER
C. C. MOSLEY, A.B., M..-X.-Superintendent of City
P. G. MYER, A.B., M.A.-Principal, Sponsor of Student
Council, Ushers' Club.
j. j. NASH, B.S.-Assistant Principal, History.
MRS. VVALLACE ADERHOLT, B.S.-Secretary to Su-
perintendent of City Schools.
AL H. EHRENSPERGER, A.B.-Local Supervisor of
VVar Production Training Program.
JUSEPHINE LEDBETTER, B.S.-Director of Materials
HAZEL STEED-Secretary to Principal.
MRS. IRENE B. VVRIGHT-Attendance w'70I'liC1'.
MRS. W. PAUL ALEXANDER, A.B., M.A.-Spanish,
English, Sponsor of Pen-a-Pal Club.
MRS. CHARLES C. BALES, B.S.-Mathematics.
MRS. B. VV. HAMRIC, B.S.-Mathematics.
MRS. KATHLEEN VV. BRUMMEL, A.B.-English,
Sponsor of National Honor Society.
A. C. CURRY, A.B.-Physical Education, Sponsor of
ETHEL DAVISON, B.S.-English, History, Sponsor of
KATHERINE DEHART, AB., M.A.-History, Sponsor
of Pierian Club.
MARY ANNE EDWARDS, A.B.-Speech, English, Spon-
sor of Speech Club.
ROBERT S. FERGUSON, A.B.-Co-ordinator, Distribu-
tive Education, Sponsor of Diversified Occupations
Club, Sponsor of Boys' Hi-Y Club.
LUCILE FULLER, A.B.-English, Core Work, Sponsor
of HOUR Cvl..-XSS.
MRS. INEZ S. GAUSCH, B.S.-Home Economics.
MRS. S. B. GIBSON, A.B.-Latin, English, Sponsor of
MRS. j. O. IIARRIS, B.S., M.S.--Science, Physical Educa-
tion, Sponsor of Hobby Club.
MRS. IIAL HILL, iA.B.1C0llllIlCI'CC, Sponsor of Coin-
MRS. K. K. HUDSON, A.Ii.-Mathematics, Sponsor of
MRS. S. P. HUGER, I3.S.-Horne Economics, Sponsor of
llome Economics Club.
MARY BELLE IRBY, B.S.-Science.
L. P. JACKSON, B.S.-Band, Electricity, Sponsor of
MRS. IAMES VV. KING, A.Ii.-Librarian, Sponsor of
junior Red Cross Club.
MARY RUTH LEVVIS, li.M., B.S.-Choral, Core VVork,
Sponsor of Listeners' Club, Sponsor of Glee Club,
Sponsor of Girls' Ensemble.
FRANCES INIASSEY, A.B.-Biology, English, Sponsor of
MRS. VV. R. INICKENSIE, B.M.-Physical Education,
Sponsor of Leaders' Club.
j. J. NEVVMAN, B.S.-Industrial Arts.
VIRGINIA ORDVVAY, A.B.-English, Sponsor of Girls'
ESTHER PETERSON, B.S.-Mathematics, Core YVork.
MRS. ALICE H. RAY, B.S.-English, History.
GERTRUDE RICHBURG, B.S.-History.
A. F. SELF, B.S.-Industrial Arts, Physics, Sponsor of
'I'hurnbs Up Club.
ANNALEE SIMMONS, A.H.-Social Studies, Core VVork,
Sponsor of Stamp Club.
IWARY STFVVART A B M 'X Science Smnsor of
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MRS. NV. II. YVARNOCK, A.B.-Mathematics.
CORRINE VVEAYER, A.B.--Biology, Mathematics.
HUDSON IIUGER IRBY jAC'KSON
MASSEY MCKENSIE N ENYMAN ORDXVAY
RIC HBURG SELF SIMMONS STEVVART
HENDERSON BROOKS JONES SPRINGER
Prfsidrnt l'i1'f-Prfsidfnt Srfrftzlry Tr1'a.v1u'1'r
,IQOHN CAIIEL IIEIYI,JICRSONfClass Offlccr '43, '44, '45, "A"
Llub 44, 45, Officer 45, Boys' Hi-Y '45, Scribblers' Club ,442
Usln-rs' Club '44, '45, Scicncc Club '45, Football '44, '45, NYho's
1 XYho '45, junior Kiwanis '45,
IILOYCIQ LIZLTON BROOKS-Boys' III-Y '44, '45, Ushers' Club
'44, '4S1 Football '44, '45, Class Officer '45, "A" Club '45.
SARA FRANCES JONES-National Honor Society '44, '45, HOUR GLASS '44, '45, Assistant Editor '45,
Student Council '42, Girls' Ili-Y '43, '44, '45, Ofiiccr '45, Ir. Hi-Y Club '40, Officer '40, Scribblers' Club
'44, Ofiicer '44, Pen-a-Pal Club '43, '44, Thumbs Up Club '44, '45, filcc Club '45, Officer '45, Listeners'
Club '44, 45: Etude Club '42, '43, '44, '45, Officer '43, '44. '45, Pin-rian Club '43, '44, '45, Hi Echo '42, Class
Ofificcr '45, Vi'ho's YVbo '45, D. A, R. flood Citizcnship Girl '45, Junior Business X'Y0lTlCl'l '45.
NATHAN EIJXVARII SPRINOER, JR.-National Honor Socicty '45, IIOUR GLASS '42, '43, '44, '45, Editor
'453 Student Council '44, '45, "A" Club '44, '45, Officer '45, Scribblers' Club '44, Ushers' Club '45, Science
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Basketball Manager '43, junior Kiwanis '45, XYbo'S
LOUISE ALINE ADAMS-IIUUR GLASS '45I Girls'
Iii'Y '43, '44, '45, Jr, Ili-Y '40, Officer '40, Scribblers'
Club '44, '45, Officer '45, Thumbs Up Club '44, '45,
Officer '45, filcc Club '44, '45, Girls' Ensemble '45,
Listeners' Club '44, '45, Pierian '43, '44, '45, Etude
'42, '43, '44, '45, Oflifvr 215.
MARTHA MORRIS ISAILEY-National IIonor So-
ciety '44, '45, Officer '44, Girls' IIiAY '43, '44- '45, .ff-
Ili-Y '40, Pen-a-Pal ,44, '45, Officer '45, Thuuibs Up
Club '44, '45, Officer '45, I'icrian Club '45, Iitudc '42,
'43, '44, '45, Glctf Club '453 Student Council '41, '44,
junior Business YYonrcn '45.
BIARYFQLLICN IIARRY-'I'ransfcrrcd from Lawrence
Central Iligh, Indianapolis, Indiana, Listcncrs' Club
ORLANDO CLAYTON I3l2ASI,ICYfSafcty Council
'43Z Fence Squad '43, Ushers' Club '44, ,4SQ Boys'
Ili-Y '452 Science Club '45, Ticket Squad '45, Junior
45, lickct Squad 45, Football Managci 43, 44,
45, IJ. A. R. Good Citizcuship Hoy, '45.
MARY SUSAN IIICRNHARD-National Ilonor So-
ciety '44, '45, lloUR GLASS '42, '43, '44, '45, Girls' Hi-Y
'43. '44, '45, jr, Hi-Y '40, Pierian Club '45, Penfa-Pal
Club '43, '44, '45, Officer '45, Etude Club '42, '43, '44,
'45, Tluimbs Up '43, '44, '45, Officer '44, Clce Club '44,
'45, Officer '44, '45, Listeners' Club '44.
JOSEPH ULACRAIONfD. O. Club '44, '45, Ticket
MARY FILLIQN I!I,ACKXYfJOI3gCoiun1crcial Club '44,
Pcn-a-Pal '45, iYl1u's XYbo '43, '44, '45.
JOHNNY GERALD IEOX-'l'ransferrcd from Central
lligh, Columbia, 'l'cnn., 11943, Il. O. Club '44, '45,
Officer '451 Studc-nt Council '45, Annual Staff '45,
Iioys' Ili-Y '45.
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PATRICIA MARIE BRITTAIN-Girls' Ili-Y
'43, '44, '45, jr. Hi-Y '40, Pierian Club '45,
Listeners' Club '44, First Aid Club '42, Thumbs
Up '44, '45, Otlicer '45, Etude Club '44, '45, Oili-
cer '45, Girls' State '44, Pen-a-I'al Club '45,
Librarian '45. .
HELEN JEANETTE BROVVN-Student Coun-
cil '44, '45, Glee Club '44, '45, Girls' Ensemble
'45, Etude Club '45, Commercial Club '44,
Home Economics '44, '45, Listeners' Club '44,
'45, National Honor Society, '45.
IVIARY SEALE BROVVNING-Listeners' Club
'44, '45, Safety Council '41.
JULIA RUTH BUCK-Thumbs Up Club '44,
'45, Pen-a-Pal '45, Listeners' Club '44,
GLORIA BUCKNER-Transferred from Rome
Iligh School, Rome, Georgia, '44, Listeners'
Club '44, '45, Home Economics Club '45.
CARSON BRADFORD CALL-D. O. Club '44,
THOMAS OTIS CARNS-Boys' Ili-Y '45,
MARY CAROLYN CHASTAIN-Commercial
Club '44, '45, Ofiicer '45, Home Economics '45,
Listeners' Club '44, '45.
SARA HELEN COLEIVIAN-Girls' Hi-Y '44,
'45, Thumbs Up Club '44, '45, Pierian Club '44,
'45, Ollicer '45, Listeners' Club '44, '45, Otlicer
'44, '45, Science Club '45, Student Council '43.
THOMAS GIBSON COLEMAN-Honor So-
ciety '44, '45, Otlicer '44, Student Council '43,
Boys' Hi-Y '40, '43, '44, '45, Officer '40, '45, "A"
Club '44, '45, Scribblers' Club '44, Ushers' Club
'44, '45, junior 'Red Cross '43, Science Club '44,
'45, VVho's W'ho '42, '43, '44, '45, Class Officer
'43, '44, Football '43, '44, '45, Basketball '43,
'44: Debating Club '42, '43, OtI'icer '43, HOUR
frI.ASS '45, Junior Kiwanis, '45.
THOMAS OTIS COX-Football '42, '44, '45,
EVELYN CRAFT-Commercial Club '44, '45,
Listeners' Club '44, '45.
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MARTHA PEARL CRAIG-D. 0. Club '44, '45.
JERRY RUDOLPH CRUMPTON-Speech Club
VERNON LEROY DUTTON-Boys' Hi-Y '45,
Junior Red Cross '44, '45, Listeners' Club '45,
Football '44, '45.
JOHNATHAN ARCHIBALD EDVVARDS, JR.
-National Honor Society '45, Boys' Hi-Y '44,
'45, Otlicer '45, HOUR GLASS '45, Scribblers'
Club '44, '45, Officer '44, '45, Debating Club '43,
Fence Squad '45, Science Club '45, Ushers' Club
'44, '45, Junior Kiwanis '45.
DAVID LAMAR ELVVELL-Transferred from
Summerville High, South Carolina, Boys' Hi-Y
'44, '45, Ushers' Club '45, Speech Club '45,
Science Club '45.
SABRA ANNETTE EVANS-Junior Hi-Y '40,
Girls' Hi-Y '43, '44, '45, Oflicer '45, Thumbs Up
Club '44, '45, Pierian Club '44, '45, Otlicer '45,
Listeners' Club '44, '45.
MARGARET EVELYN EZELL-Home Eco-
nomics Club '44, '4S.
M ILDRED LORRAINE FARRIOR-Trans-
ferred from Girls' High, Atlanta, Georgia, '45,
MELBA OPHELIA FITE-Home Economics
Club '45, Commercial Club '44, Listeners' Club
'44, '45, Etude Club '45, Glee Club '45.
CHARLES ROBERT FULLER-Fombali '4+,
'45, --AR' Club '44, ws.
BILLY JIM GALLAHAR-Student Council '43,
'44, Officer '44, Red Cross '42, '44, Ticket
Squad '43, '44-.
ANNIE EVE GIBSON-Commercial Club '44,
'45, Home Economics Club '45,
DOROTHY LANE HALL-Transferred from
Sharon High, Sharon, Mass., National Honor
Society '45, Girls' Hi-Y '45, Pen-a-Pal '45,
Listeners' Club '45, Leaders' Club '45,
VVILLIAM CHRISTOPHER HAMILTON-
Lyre Club '42, '43, '44, '45, Officer '45, Football
'42, '45, Scribblers' Club '45, Basketball '44,
Band '42, '++, "A" Club ws.
ETHELENE MARGARET HANSON-Girls'
Hi-Y '45, Junior Red Crdss '42, '45, Ol'licer '45,
Leaders' Club '45, ,
RICHARD LANDEAU HEFFINGTON, JR.-
HOUR GI.ASS '44, '45, Boys' Hi-Y '45, Debating
Club '43, Junior Red Cross '44, Scribblers' Club
'44, '45, Officer '45, Listeners' Club '44, '45,
Officer '45, Stamp Club '44, Fence Squad '44,
Ticket Squad '45, Glee Club '45, Ushers' Club
'45, Science Club '45, Junior Kiwanis, '45,
National Honor Society, '43.
WILLIAM MILBURN HEDRICH-Boys' Hi-
Y '45, Hobbie Club '45, Stamp Club '45,
AUDREY MAE HIGGINS-Student Council
'43, Home Economics Club '45, Commercial
Club '44, '45, Listeners' Club '44, '45,
MILTON LAMAR HINDS-ll, O. Club '44, '45.
CHARLES LEVVIS HOUSTON-"A" Club '44,
'45, VVho's VVho '44, '45, Football '43, '44,
Safety Council '42, Junior Red Cross '42, Bas-
ALDEN IAN HUFFAKER-Art Club '42, '43,
HOUR GLASS '45, Scribblers' Club '45, Glee Club
'45, Listeners' Club '45, Stamp Club '45, Pho-
tography Club '45, Ticket Squad '44, '45, Speech
NIILDRED EVANGELINE HUGHES-Girls'
Hi-Y '45, Listeners' Club '44, '45, Etude '42, '43,
'44, '45, Oflicer '45, Student Council '42, '44,
Glee Club '45, National Honor Society, '45,
KATHERINE ALLEN -IAIVIISON-Junior Hi'
Y '40, Girls' Hi-Y '43, '44, '45, Pen-a-Pal '44,
'45, Officer '45, Thumbs Up Club '44, '45,
Pierian Club '44, '45, Science Club '45, Hobbie
Club '45, Student Council '42,
MARTHA AUGUSTA JOHNSON-Girls' Hi-
Y '44, '45, Pierian Club '44, '45, Oliicer '45,
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, Oflicer '45, Thumbs Up
Club '44, '45, Listeners' Club '44, '45, VVho's
am We , ,, 2
MILDRED JOSEPHINE JONES-Listeners
Club '44, '45,
SARA FRANCES -IORDAN--Student Council
'41, junior Red Cross '42, Commercial Club
'45, Home Economics Club '45, Leaders' Club
'45, National Honor Society, '45.
ELISABETH ODELL KAEGI-Girls' Hi-Y
Club '45, Thumbs Up Club '44, '45, Pen-a-Pal
'44, '45, Pierian Club '45, Hobbie Club '45.
HARLAN VVILLFORD KENNEDY-D. O.
Club '44, '45, Ticket Squad '45.
MARY FRANCES KENNEDY-D. O. Club '44,
VVALLACE EDWARD KEOVVN-Boys' Hi-Y
'45, Speech Club '45, Otlicer '45, Glee Club '45,
junior Kiwanis '45.
CHARLOTTE KERR-National Honor Society
'45, Girls' Hi-Y '45, Home Economics Club '43,
'44, '45, Oflicer '45, Listeners' Club '44, '45,
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, Orliccr '45, Girls' En-
semble '45, junior Business YVo1nen, '45.
ELIZABETH ANNE LLOYD-junior Hi-Y
Club '40, Otlicer '40, Girls' Hi-Y Club '43, '44,
'45, Pierian Club '43, '44, '45, Pen-a-Pal Club
'43, '44, '45, Ol'l'icer '45, Thumbs Up Club '43,
'44, '45, Stamp Club '44, '45, Classical League
'45, Hi-Echo '42, HOUR GLASS '45, National
Honor Society '45.
BUFORD HENRY MATHIS-D. O. Club '44,
'45, Oflicer '45, Ticket Squad '45.
GLORIA MAE MCCARY-Commercial Club
EVELYN RUTH MCGEE-Commercial Club
'44, '45, Listeners' Club '44, '45, Home Eco-
nomics Club '45, junior Red Cross '42, National
Honor Society, '45.
ODEUS CLARENCE MILLER, JR.--"A" Club
'45, Football Manager '45, Scribblers' Club
'45, Science Club '45, Listeners' Club '45,
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MARGARET FLORINE INIINTZ - Leaders'
Club '44, '45, Commercial Club '44, '45, Officer
'45, Home Economics Club '45.
PAUL IVIILAN IVIOIVIEYER-Boys' Hi-Y '44,
'45, Science Club '44, '45, Fence Squad '44,
Stamp Club '-1-5.
LOUISE IVIORRIS-D. O. Club '45.
SARA RUTH MORRISON-Leaders' Club '44,
'45, Officer '45, Commercial Club '44, '45, Oflicer
BETTY RUTH NEVVSOIVIE-Band '42, '43,
'44, '45, Oflicer '45, Commercial Club '44, '45,
Home Economics Club '43.
HILDA EMMAJEAN NORTON-Commercial
DOROTHY GRAHAIVI OGLETREE-Girls'
Hi-Y '43, '44, '45, Officer '45, Pierian Club '43,
'44, '45, Pen-a-Pal Club '43, '44, '45, Stamp
Club '45, Thumbs Up Club '44, '45, Ofhcer '45.
IVIARION JANICE PATTERSON - Trans-
ferred from Ashland High, Ashland, Alabama,
'44, Commercial Club '44, '4-5.
MARY ALICE PATTY-D. O. Club '44, '45,
BERTHA VIRGINIA PAYNE - Scribblers'
Club '43, '44, '45, Horne Economics Club '43,
'44, '45, Student Council '43, '44, Commercial
Club '44, '45, Junior Red Cross '43.
TOMMY VVILLIAM PAYNE
CLARENCE ANDERSON PERLEY-Band '42,
'43, '44, '45, Ofiicer '44, '45, Student Director
'44, Lyre Club '42, '43, '44, '45, Listeners' Club
'45, Photography Club '452 Glee Club '45,
Speech Club '45, Etude Club '44, '45.
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CHARLES LAMAR PHILLIPS-Student Coun-
cil '42, '43, "A" Club '44, '45, Junior Red Cross
'43, Football '44, '45, Captain '45, Basketball
'+3, '44, '45.
JOHN WILLIAM PHILLIPS-Boys' Hi-Y
Club '45, Football '45, "A" Club '45.
VVILLIAM ALBERT QUENELLE-Ushers'
Club '45, Speech Club '45, Photography Club
'45, Junior Hi-Y '40, Cheer Leader '45.
CLARENCE ALONZO REID-D. O. Club '44,
'45, Ticket Squad '45, junior Red Cross '43.
MARY ETHEL ROSENBURG-Student Coun-
cil '43, Safety Council '43, First Aid Club '42,
junior Red Cross '45, Leaders' Club '43, '44,
'45, Commercial Club '44, '45.
ANNA KATHLEEN SIEDELBERG-National
Honor Society '44, Scribblers' Club '44, Officer
'44, Etude Club '44, Student Council '43.
FRANCES ANN SHINN-Glee Club '42,
Safety Council '43, Junior Red Cross '42, First
Aid Club '43, Band '43.
JAMES RAYMOND SIMPSON, -IR.-Band '42,
'43, '44, '45, Ofhcer '43, '44, '45, Student Director
'43, '44, '45, Lyre Club '43, '44, '45, Safety
Council '43, Student Council '43, '44, Officer '44.
DELOACH ELIZABETH SMITH-Student
Council '43, Speech Club '45.
ILA DEAN SMITH-Leaders' Club '43, '44,
'45, Oflicer '45, Speech Club '45, First Aid Club
VVILLIAM MARTHA SMITH-Leaders' Club
'44, '45, Speech Club '45.
BETTIE MARIE SNIDER-Transferred from
jacksonville High, jacksonville, Ala., Speech
Club '45, Ofhcer '45, Who's Who '45.
SNI DER, B.
SN IDER, L.
LEWIS HENRY SNIDER-Speech Club '45.
MIRIAM STEELE-National Honor Society
'44, '45, Officer '44, Junior Hi-Y '40, Officer '40,
Girls' Hi-Y '43, '44, '45, Officer '45, Pierian '43,
'44, '45, Officer '44, Scribblers' Club '44, Pen-a-
Pal '44, Listeners' Club '44, '45, Science Club
'44, '45, Officer '45, Thumbs Up Club '44, '45,
Officer '45, Class Officer '43, '44, HoUR GLASS
'42, '43, '44, '45, Business Manager '44, '45,
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, Girls' Ensemble '44, '45,
VVho's VVho '45, Queen '45, junior Business
MILDRED ELIZABETH STEPHENS-Glee
Club '45, Listeners' Club '44, '45, Home Eco-
nomics Club '45.
MAZIE MOZELLE SWANN-Student Council
'44, Commercial Club '44, '45, Officer '45.
ROSA LEE TAYLOR-Sports Club '43, First
Aid Club '43, Leaders' Club '43, '44, '45, Officer
'45, Commercial Club '44, '45, junior Red Cross
'44, Speech Club '45, Officer '45.
VIOLET LOUISE TAYLOR - Transferred
from Jacksonville High, Jacksonville, Ala.,
Speech Club '45.
WILLIAM CLYDE THIGPEN-Football '43,
'44, '45, Basketball '43, Junior Red Cross 44,
'45, Listeners' Club '45, Safety Council '42, "A"
JOHN FRANK VAN TASSELL-Art Club '42,
'43, Student Council '42, '43, Glee Club '44, '45,
Football Manager '44, Basketball Manager '44,
"A" Club '44, '45, Basketball '42, '43, Band '42.
JOSEPH ABBOTT WALKER-National Honor
Society '45, HoUR GLASS '45, Junior Hi-Y '40,
Boys' Hi-Y '43, '44, '45, Ofhcer '45, Glee Club
'43, '44 '45, Listeners' Club '44, '45, Officer '44,
'45, Science Club '43, '44, '45, Fence Squad '44,
Football '42, '44, '45, "A" Club '45, Basketball
'44, junior Kiwanis, '45.
MINNIE VIOLET WAUGH-Student Council
'44, '45, junior Red Cross '44, Speech Club '45,
Officer '45, Commercial Club '45.
DONALD WEBB-"A" Club '43, '44, '45, Bas-
ketball 343, '44, '45.
MARY KATHRYN WELLS--Leaders' Club
'44, '45, Officer '45, Speech Club '45, Junior
Red Cross '45, First Aid Club '42, Home Eco-
nomics Club '45.
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BILLY EUGENE YVHEELER-Football '-I-4,
'-I-55 "A" Club '-L55 Scribblers' Club '-F55 Speech
ROBERT LANG VVHEELER-Buys' Hi-Y '-155
Speech Club '-+55 Fence Squad '+5.
GEORGE HENRY VVUUD, -IR.-Student Coun-
cil 44, '-I-5, Oi'l'lCe1' '45g "A" Club '-H, '+5, Oflicer
'-153 Football '-155 Basketball '43, '-H, '-P53 Class
Cflicer 445 King '-+55 VVhO's VVhO '-LS.
MARY IOYCE VVOOD-D. O. Club '-I-4, '45,
PERRY VV. BETHEA-U. S. Marines.
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Prexidfnf . . . . ALBERT SMITH
Vire-Prvxident . . HORACE MURPHREE
Sefrftary . . . REBA TOLLESON
Trfnszzrfr . HOPE WYHITESIDE
Firxt rufw-Norma Medders, Doris McGinty, Bolwlvie Henson, Rita Goodwyn, -lo Ann
Mallory, Catherine Hamilton, Helen jesperson, Lila Huger, Eleanor McDowell, Leah
Layman, Christine Koutlas.
Sfrond rofw-Sammy VVycolT, Ann johnson, Autense johnson, Betty McCarty, Mattie
Katherine Martin, Alice Nell Kilgore, Mary Helen Hughes, Julian Stephens, Leon
Third rofw-Albert Smith, jimmy Lee Moore, Beverly Jones, Patricia Hefferman, Betty
Ann Lane, Donald Pohl, Horace Murphree, Billy Henderson.
Fuurlll rofw-George Nichopoulos, Tom Taylor, Blaine Momeyer, Linder Riley, Oscar
Handle, Donald Lasday, Eldred Sharpe, john Ledlmetter.
Fifth rufw-Reginald Hines, Raymond Lindsey, jimmy Sanderlin, Pete Lusk, Everet
Holle, Edwin Haywood, Tommy Hampson, Ben Vvildman.
Six!!! rofw-James Kirby, Billy Reaves, Earle Reynolds, Bernard llammett, -lack
First roi-w-Bet Bagley, Hope Whiteside, Betty Russell, Julia Mae Tipton, Geraldine
Tipton, Flora Beal, Rosa Lee Cochran, VVilmer Casper, Mary Frances O'Kelly,
Second rofw-Margaret Brown, Martha Chappell, Elinor Stolz, Mary Payne
Sawyer, Mary Louise Davenport, Joy Nolen, Alline Clark, Julia Fincher, Eva Jane
Reese, Helen Ezell, Rudell Daugherty, june Terry, Frances Campbell, Ann Cole.
Third rofw-Emily Booth, Dot French, Ruth Rowe, Corrine Truitt, Margaret
Roberts, Reba Tolleson, D. D. Wesley, Gladys Rankin, Helen Rosier, Mary Turner,
Ruth Perry, Mary Green.
Fourth rofw-Mary Frances Craft, Martha Rhodes, John Canby, Raymond Dale,
Royce Curry, Jack Allen, Edith Cheyne, Mary -Io Bowman, Betty Deason, Virginia
Fifth rafw-L. D. Hurst, Lloyd Barber, Earl Cambron, Roy Ford, Frank Grifhn,
Robert Comer, Arthur Fred Gates, Robert Argo, James Conway.
Sixth rohw-Noah Garrett, Mack Casey, Billy Joe Clonts, Dick Givens, Hallett
Brazelton, Roy Lee Burnett, Leonard Gallahar, Tom Curry, Jack Gurley.
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I'if1'-Pn'Jit11'71l . . . PERRY CANADA
Sffrelary . . . BOBBY STANLEY
T1'fIl!1ll'l,I' . . DORRIE SMITH
Firrl rofw-Juanita Rosamon, Violet Reeves, John Cheyne, Homer Killebrew, W. H. Hicks,
Luther Bevis, Harold Hollingsworth, Martin Box, Gene McClellan, Leamon Fite, Joe
VVilliams, joe Lane.
Svrond rofw-Juanita La Taste, Nancy Nichols, Frances Mallory, Joan VVoolf, Martha
joe Rutledge, Elizabeth VVilson, Marianna Mathews, Jewel Miller, Edith McCarty,
Third rofw-Florence Silverstein, Emma jo Nance, Doris VVebb, Dorothy VVells, Sue
Parker,,Xonagene Morrow, Gladys New, Dorrie Smith, Sara VVeathers, Sara Martin,
Fourth rofw-Sara Kate Morton, Jeanette Taylor, Helen Pruitt, Dorothy Martin, Sara
Grace Walker, Doris Williamson, Louise Nelson, Florine Tate, Betty Taylor, Frances
Pavlock, Mary Mayes, Harold Ezell, Clarence Dean.
Fifth rofw-Eugene Hicks, Ruby Nell Parris, Beverly Nichols, lVIary Richardson,
Ellen Stiles, Juanita Starr, Mary jo Tillery, Dorothy Thomas, Sara Ann McClurkin,
Doris Laster, Etta Nance, Pauline Mundy, Lucinda Quinn, Delbert Hall.
Sixih rolw-john Herring, Lillian Singleton, Mildred Sellers, Lewis Gray, Eddie
llaslam, Lelton Clark, Fran-k Gilmer, Sumner Long, Gerald jenkins, Alfred Adams,
Geven Crosby, Harvel Carter, Daniel Carr.
sl"U1'7lf1l rofw-Delaridge Humphries, Russell Fritz, Billy Herndon, Harold Austin,
Albert Bowen, Hubert Freeman, Charles Johnson, jimmy Grant, Douglas Lee, David Orr,
Douglas Cornelius, Horace Homesley, Trenton Adams, George McGuire.
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Firrt rofw-Betty Cass, Dorothy Chastain, Christine Craft, Eloise Prince, Grace Kim-
brough, Peggy Marie Lowry, Joyce Poole, Millie Mayes, Charlotte Cash, Mary Ann
Clark, Mary Frances Duke, Harriet Evans, Dorothy Browning, Eleanor Bonds, Betty Crow.
Scrond rofw-Charles Smith, Jean Farrior, Betty Ruth Graham, Mary Farrow, Patricia
Coefield, Elizabeth Curtis, Lorretta Morton, Jerry Fulton, Louella Jones, Elizabeth Brown-
ing, Betty Ann Cowden, Joan Graham, Betty Jane Ferguson.
Third rofw-Ann Brier, Dorothy Brannen, Merrell Allen, Johnnie Bo Carter, Helen
Boyd, Lily Collins, Doris Brooks, Ollie Gaines, Dorris Dean, Jean Hinnant, Mabel Durrett,
Betty Ann Heptinstall, Dorris Hughes, Ruth Haines, John Franklin Morgan.
Fourth rofw-Lucy Cagle, Mary Lynn Bates, Martha Bridges, Louise Eberhardt, Mary
Frances Hollingsworth, Mary Virginia Davis, Eleanor Foreman, Katherine Hindman,
Jacqueline Butterworth, Jerry Bates, Joyce Bates, Sara Lou Hanson, Charles Adams,
Fifth rofw-Frank Hilley, Charles Ridgeway, Bill Rex, Royce Matthews, Earl Mayes,
Billy Tolbert, Vivian Jenkins, Edna Johnson, Mary Jo Johnson, Billy Nell Hollingsworth,
Martha Ann Hughes, Bobby Patterson, George Payne.
Sixth rofw-Curtis McKay, Frank Owen, Hershel Pate, Albert Smith, Talmadge
Morrison, Lofton Mitchum, VValter Trammel, Rex Miller, Jimmy Snider, Perry Canada,
Charles Rice, Bobbie Stanley, Joe Stewart, Paul Starr, Fred Archie VVilliams, Donald
Prfsidcnt . . . DARDEN VVILL1AMs
l'i1'f-Prfsident . . V . SARA DARDEN
Srrrftary . . . . JOE WILLIAMS
Treasurer . . BETTY SUE GURLEY
Firrt rofw-Jimmy VVeatherly, Eugene Doss, Jimmy Feltham, Joe Worsham, John Weathers,
Darden VVilliams, Billy Watson, Kenneth Wood, Bobby Wright, P. C. Wigley, Douglas
VVaugh, Tommy VVatson, Ralph Dingler, Bobby Ashley, Richard Box, Billy Clark, Charles
Acker, James Baker, Lowndes Butler.
Sffond ro-w-Louise Baid, Rhoda Beal, Alice Alexander, Joyce Acker, Betty Sue
Gurley, Sara Darden, Doris Bohannon, George Rhodes, Buddy Duncan, William Clark,
Dudley Ward, John Robinson, Jewell Carroll, Mildred Clark, Rose Gunter, Doris Ann
Huckabee, Ann Glenn, Eddie Burns.
Third rofw-Margaret Boozer, Betty Jane Carlton, Mary Tom Fain, Dorothy Garrett,
Mary Frances Gibson, Mildred Dutton, Ann Marie Evans, Vanita Dickenson, Hilda
Jane Holland, Evelyn Harper, Maxine Harris, Mary Herndon, Betty Dempsey, Wilma
Canelle, Jane Grey, Betty Gunter, Joan Hackney.
Fourth row-Robert Corn, Mary Paige Bagley, Agnes Denman, Betty Braswell,
Dorothy Brown, Jean Alloway, June Crayton, Evelyn Champion, Virginia Capri, Betty
Cannon, Betty Joyce Howell, Betty Jo Harbin, Nancy Gooch, Dorothy Huddleston
Naomi Doss, Julia Humphries.
Fifth rofw-Duroah Watson, Jerry Chastain, Charles Cambron, Howard Ezell, Elisha
Bridges, Clarence Burgess, James Reid, Fred Dethrage, John Siskey, Vernon Craft, Ada
Lou Dutton, Marie Clark, Joan Heppinstall, Irene Hinton, Leta Ann Casey, Paul Sikarski,
Sixth rolw--James Weimeyer, James Stewart, Gerald Watkins, George Rollins, Homer
Dean, Glenn House, Perry Cofield, Floyd Ashley, Austin Stiles, Louis Eich, Billy Sanderlin,
Billy Edmondson, Ralph Tillison, Norman Snow, Joe VVarren, Billy Rich, Frankie Bibb.
First rofw-Gordon Methvin, Mandiver Martin, Walter Fuqua, Marianna Siedleburg,
Jane Woodruff, Doris Jean Smith, Martha Snider, Louise Sutton, Jan Quave, Betty Taylor,
Elizabeth Pruett, Jean Taylor, Mina Lee Marr, Julia Mayne, Pauline Moon.
Second rofw-Ann Pullen, Peggy Varn, Nancy Stolz, Christine Nelson, Barbara Peek,
Elizabeth White, Viva Sue Tillery, Sara Jo Robinette, Marie Smith, Dorothy Smith,
Earline Liner, Janice Myer, Margaret Timmons, Frances Simms, Florence Ann Kent,
Mary Lou Melon.
Third rofw-Caroline Diggs, Mary Ella Neal, Joyce Patty, Helen Shelton, Pansy
Reeves, Louise Pippen, Betty Jo Webb, Virginia Williamson, Ollie Sullivan, Virginia
Owens, Betty Lou Waugh, Aileen Kennedy, Martha Ann Maxwell, Doris Lumpkin, Ann
Ladd, Mary Frances Taylor.
Fourth ro-'w-Jerry Gould, Billy Ledgerwood, Jean Terry, Louise Newsome, Juanita
Pavlock, Lonnie Ruth McCloude, Violet McCarthey, Marie Laster, Jo Ann Power, Mar-
garet Perley, Ethleen Lindsay, Betty Ann Jones, Susan Perkins, Josephine Kangelos,
Jean Little, Jewell Kircus.
Fifth row--Jerry Goode, James Hillary, Jimmy Moore, Ed McKeever, Charles Jones,
Palmer Horn, Bob Henderson, Donald McLain, Howard Gorham, Hilda Montgomery,
Margaret Moncrief, Billy Odell, Frank Longshore, Robert Mitchell.
Sixth rofw-Andy Heath, William Perry, T. G. Ford, Perry Mize, James Lipham,
Marion Jones, Jack Gaines, Clarence Adams, Hershall Cofield, Herbert Bates, Bruce
Ogburn, John Mallory, James Mullendor, Bobby Green.
First rmw-Mary Frances Gilmer, Barbara Shaddix, Faye Smith, Mildred Haynes, Betty
Houston, Nan Tripplett, Jacquelin Kimberly, Virginia Noll, George Shelton, William
Lovelady, Gerald Stephens, Doug Rigney, Clarence Smith, Nathaniel Stonestipher, Wilton
McPlum, Frank Laster, Earle Underwood, Lester Wilson, Marvin Thomas, Carl Porter,
Srrond rofw-Eugene Mitchell, Eugenia Morrison, Geraldine Williams, Margaret
McCaa, Gloria Lucky, Jean VVaddy, Mary K. Lloyd, Robbie Nesperling, Berty Ann Gray,
Ann Thrasher, Jo Ann Hannon, Charlotte Dean, Ann H. Williams, Julian Thompson,
Marvin Van Wonderham, Aubry Hicks, Audrey Hand, June Matthews.
Third rofw-Geraldine Morrison, Billy McKay, John VVheeler, WVilliam Moore,
Phlyss Gunter, Margaret Durrett, Joan Holland, Barbara Moran, Suzie Hebson, Neita
Moore, Alice Graham, Mary L. Scully, Jeanette Hanson, Patsy Morrison, Martha
McEwen, Kathleen Russell, Mary Jack VVaddell, Neal Rainwater, Bob Livingston.
Faurth row-Gordon Mallory, Josephine Williams, Jenny Mae Smith, Mary High,
Betty Hollingsworth, Sally Sieb, Betty Sue Tollison, Sara Tibbetts, Mildred Pope, Geral-
dine Putnam, Dorothy Henry, Margie Talley, Virginia Yeager, Betty Jane Gregg, Hazel
Lett, Virginia McKleroy,, Mary Eberheart.
Fifth rofw-Edwin McGuire, Jimmy Huffaker, Charles Murray, Jean Hanks, Sadie
Lou Gibson, Sibil Dobbs, Helen Jones, Betty Jo Owens, Christine Hendrix, Louise Hewett,
Frances McDowell, Owana James, Dean De Vann, Charlotte Haney, James Wright,
Homer Sparks, Jerry Hathorn, Ann VVaugh.
Sixth rofw-Jimmy Thrash, Joe Moose, G. VV. Langley, Thomas Hood, Virginia Mae
Smith, Mary Truett, Faye Ruth Smith, Martis Grant, Sara Zavelo, Edna Smith, Nancy
Howe, Annie Smith, Betty Howe, Christine Thompson, Buddy Rutledge, Jimmy Thigpen,
First rofw-L. D, Daniel, VVillard Evans, Clive McKeever, Patricia Snoddy, Carlie Jean
Sutley, Ralph Ezell, Charles Hughes, Charles Daughtery, Jimmy Culpepper, Billy Gunnels,
Sally Messer, Eleanor Lewis, Mary Maxwell, Peggy Mozeley, Catherine Bailey, Daniel
Farrer, John Austin Cater, Johnny Blue.
Sffond rofw-Stanley Bowe, Billy Donnelly, Lorene Carter, Ruthen Carter, Betty Ann
Causey, Geraldine Cline, Kenneth Conway, Raymond New, Ralph Brannen, James Kelly,
John Bryant, Billy Brown, Norman Ford, Sara Nell Falkner, Mary Frances Gilmer,
Imogene Ballard, Mary Sue Blackmon, Stella Cobbs, Bernice Heath.
Third rofw-Charles Pate, Jimmy Pemberton, Virginia Craig, Jean Curry, Geneva
Batey, Marie Bell, Joyce Brown, Mable Ballard, Joyce Allen, Evelyn Byars, Betty Jean
Longer, Dorothy Kennedy, Jane Cass, Zora Cook, Ruby Bell, Patsy Pearson, Eddie Mae
Smith, Betty Lee Cockrell.
Fourth ro-w-Jerry Smith, Lewis Crosby, Wetherell Eros, Peggy Dean, George Ann
Davenport, Frankie Carden, Edith Craft, Juanita Wright, Doris Cline, Mary E. Bunn,
Dorothy Brown, Margaret Clarkson, Dorothy Brown, Virgil Kay, Henry Crabtree,
Thomas Richardson, John Kilgore.
Fifth rufw-Ray Murphy, Jerry Pullen, Billy Jo Gaines, Clifford Fober, Royce Harper,
Hunter Handle, Burl Bolt, Carlton Barnes, Anita Carr, Joyce Moncrief, Sara Miller,
Nina Wright, Margaret Gaines, Virginia Spencer, Alline VVesson, Louise Comer, Ted
New, Bobby Kimbrough.
Sixth rofw-Billy Lapier, Wallace Van Allen, Jimmy Griggs, Charles Heptinstall, Joe
Cannon, Thomas Smith, Floyd Bennett, Harold Clark, Mary E. Coppitt, Annie Maud
Dover, Betty Dingler, Virginia Chastain, Ernestine Lonergan, Billy Dyer, Elsie Handle,
Elsie Miller, Eddie Knighton, Ralph Pinson, Robert Lefoy.
First ro-'w-Ann Broadnax, Betty Wilkinson, Frances King, Magdalene Kennedy, Ora
Mae Owens, Evelyn Riley, George VVingarcl, A. C. Henley, Louie Bowling, Bobby Crowe,
Roy Ray, Floyd Battles, Thurrel King, Billie Jo Osborne, Billy Wayne Hawkins, Wallace
Gunnells, William Kilgore, Billy Stewart, Billy Joan Cockrell.
Scfond ro-w-Bobby Goode, Joyce Messer, Addie Whaley, Evelyn Lovelady, Alva
Fleming, Reba Tillery, Jimmy Fite, Joyce Finley, Mary E. Jones, Rena Vice, Olene Wil-
born, Betty Hancock, Joan Allen, Marion Laney, Willie Mae Austin, Jimmy Mayne,
Jimmy Mallory, Jerry Jackson.
Third rofw-Sidney Burns, Earl Farrow, Virginia Gunnells, Elna Harmon, Helen
Moseley, Gray Hunter, Herbert Hicks, Bobby Gillum, Porter Dunlap, Walker Phillips,
Ann Grubb, James Robert Rouse, William Clark, Rachel Ford, Ruby Crosson, Marjorie
Crossley, Floy Jo Tolleson, June Shurbutt, Linda Smith, Richard Little, Donald Dennis,
Douglas Clopton, Helen Chastain, Marilyn Brittain, Mack Carlton, Louise Austin.
Fourth rofw-Margaret Henderson, Irise Craft, Ralph Raney, Dorothy Bedford, Boyce
Joe Callahan, Evelyn Cheatwood, Mary Ramsey, Paul Henley, Margaret Morton, Bobbie
Jean Howard, Jean Hogan, Betty Jo Allaway, Marvin Jones, Jr., John Williams, Eunice
Crossley, Ersel Adams, Harvey Chappell, Joyce Marler, Bill Patterson, Jo Ann Hearn,
Elizabeth Glenn, Peggy Thornton.
Fifth rofw-Julia Tabb Potts, Margie Bell Ezell, Gene Stedham, Joe Kilgore, Jimmy
Nell Black, Freddie Morrison, Charles Reese, Leon Lumpkin, Betty Jo Jones, Eddie Jewel
Cheatwood, Rita Fowler, Harold Horton, Edward Parker, Robert Earl Randall, Norma
Jean Harris, Macy Carter, Teresa Dugar, Myra Sue McLain, Helen Whitlock, Joe
Weaver, Jack Cash.
Sixth row-Floyd Battles, Bernard Silverstein, Lamar White, Geraldine Phillips,
Josephine Holland, Betty Jo LeCroy, Jimmy Garrett, Barbara Matthew, Donald Davis,
Betty Jo Mason, Mary Davis, Felton Clark, Billy Craton, Robert Pettus, Kenneth Brown,
Felix McCrelles, Charles LeCroy, Jack Winfield, Mary VVein, Donald Chapman, Sara
Hollingsworth, Bernicia Roberts, Hoyt Henley.
Seventh rofw-William Chappell, Charles Hamilton, John Taylor, Tommy Craft,
Stewart Erskin, Donald Wilbanks, Billy Smith, Winfred Borella, Vernon Mays, Douglas
Rainwater, Howard Hughes, Edward Messer, Harold Richardson, Dave Johnson, Alfred
Carter, Roscoe Rainwater, Richard Trammell, Catherine Putnam, Mary Elizabeth Watkins.
Firxt rofw-Michael Smith, Jacqueline Ogburn, Louise Cannon, Martha Chauncey,
Willodean Brooks, Dorothy Welsey, Harold McDowell, Mary Wilma Braswell, Jean
Acker, Catherine Edwards, Patricia Donnelly, Barbara Billingsly, Joyce Wilkerson,
Sefond rofw-Joyce Gunn, Vernell Otwell, Patricia O'Shields, Joyce Mangham, Margie
Gearhart, Helen Mintz,
Menetta Gearhart, Ann
Jimmy Higgins, Edwin
Leon Perley, Robert Wilbanks, Jack Borders,
McLenid, Juanita Howard, Louise Morrison,
Jenkins, Patsy Ellison, Ann Richardson, Betty
Marlene Craft, Geneva Hines, Eugene Waugh, Jo Ann McDowell, Vernon Crossly, Helen
Smith, Barbara VVeaver, Ray Miller, Joe Wright, Gordon Faulkner, VVhit VVhiteside,
Third rofw-Edna Gann, Barbara Lylrand, Pete Cater, Randall Dye, John Nickerson,
Wilbur Wiggins, Brooks Johnson, Clyde Harris, Elvin Newman, John Starr, George
Reese, Burnie Tuck, Billy Timmons, Sammy Higginbotham, Dan House, Earl Reeves,
Mildred Rhodes, Frances Smith, Helen Mounger.
Fourth l'01L'iROS3 Lee Griggith, Mary Ann Mitchell, Edward Freeman, Mary Evelyn
Bentley, Barbara Roach, Lorane Morgan, Bobby Price, Jean Godwin, Mary Ruth An-
drews, Orlie Dean Hustin, Barbara Ann Young, Betty Ann Bennett, Evelvn Duncan,
Rose Marie Holland, Thelma Capri, Herman Sprayberry, Donald Frazier, Paul Alexander.
Fifth rofw-Milton Cook, Edward Steen, J. L. Bennett, Sam McAnery, Edna Ellison,
Lucile Summerlin, Billie Lou Vancel, Jimmy Spellman, Anne Hutchison, Edna VVallace,
Christine Hemson, Jean Lambert, Rogers Hollingsworth, Joy Pate, Barbara Huddleston,
Winell Newman, Bebe J. Noe, Mary Songer, John Whittock.
Sixth rofw-George McNeal, Jack Edmondson, Donald Perry, Felix Rapp, Pelham
Rowan, Mailvs Kunkel, Peggy Sibly, Evelyn Harris. Louise Gay, Johnise Liner, Leah
Bonds, Hrleigh Davis, Amy Lou Henderson, Mary Holbrooks.
Seventh rww-Mary Jo Sams, Edward Haynes, Blanche Dodd, Thomas Timmons,
Edna Allen, Diane Misbelt, Gladys Moore, Vivian Killebrew. Louise 'I'homp:'o'1, Betty
Jo Oliver, Barbara Haynes, Nellie Feazell, Patsy Cox, John McGinty.
Eighth www-Thomas Perry, Frank Olmstead, Edward Drain, Fred Tolbert, Eugene
Matthews, Harry Tucker, Ray Smith, Donald Lewis, Douglas McLeroy, Keith Haynes,
Donald Patterson, Arnold Pruett, Frank Mickle, Jimmy Walden.
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FULLER SPRINGER STEELE
WESLEY Sponsor, Miss FULLER
HEFFINGTON Editor-in-Chief, NATHAN SPRINGER
Business Manager-, lW1RIAM STEELE
Hssistant Editor, SARA JONES
Almistafzt Business xwanager-DOROTHY WESLEY
Nat Springer, Sara Jones, Richard Hefhngton, Mary Bernhard,
Ben VVildman, Louise Adams, Joby Walker, Raymond Dale,
Tommy Hampson, Johnny Edwards, Ann Brier, Anne Lloyd,
Gerald Box, Ted Perkins, Alden Huifaker, Lila Huger, Tom
Coleman, Blaine Nlomeyer.
Nliriam Steele, Dorothy VVesley, J. C. Henderson, Ann Gibson,
Johnny Blue, Sue Hebson, Ann Pullen, Doris Huckahy, Joan
Woolf, Joan Holland.
BERNHARD VVILDMAN ADAMS
EDWARDS HAMPSON LLOYD
Take a lookl YVe are the ones who put this book togetherl
Of course, we had the help of about a thousand other people
who helped us by being in the pictures, selling magazines, and
helping in many other ways.
VVe have tried to give you a truly representative picture of
our high school and we hope we did not fail to catch all the big
moments of the year. XVe know you heard the buzz and whirl
from room 110-A during the seventh period, and you saw
us traipsing over the halls and campus, but we were speeding
the work on our 1945 HOUR CSLASS, and we tried to catch
Publishing a book is not all apple pie and cheese, especially
in times like these. YVe had frenzied and frantic searches for
equipment and materials, but with the aid of aspirin and plenty
of coffee, we suryiyed. Finally, with bitten linger nails and
volumes of doodling, the weary start pulled the copy land
itselfl together and sent it to the publisher. Thus, here by the
hardest, doth appear our 1945 Huck C3I.ASSl
HUFFAKER HUGRR PULLEN
VVOOLF BOX HUCKABY
The Student Council is a council which is truly representative of the student body, as every home
room sends a representative to the meetings. The council works faithfully with the faculty to aid
in the progress of our school.
Under the leadership of George Wood, the council has had a very active and progressive year.
The council has supported the various salvage drives, the sale of war bonds and stamps, and
many other Worthy activities. The c0uncil's weekly recognition of some teacher and pupil has been
21 source of pleasure, While their suggested remedy for the school's club situation has been helpful.
Because the Student Council fosters a splendid spirit of loyalty and cooperation, we appreciate
and congratulate every member!
Firyt rofw--Dorothy VVesley, George VVood, Dorrie Smith.
Snfond rofw-Nan Tripplet, Bet Bagley, Eleanor McDowell, Helen Brown, Violet VVaugh,
Betty Taylor, Betty Ann Covvden.
Third rofw-Bernice Heath, George Ann Davenport, Betty Ann Gray, Joan Holland, Naomi
Doss, Josephine Kangelos, Betty Taylor, Leta Ann Casey.
Fourth ro-w-William Moore, John Wheeler, jerry Pullen, Floyd Bennett, Mary Elizabeth
Bunn, Gene Woods, Edna Johnson, Dorothy Wells, Mr. Myer.
Fifth ro-w-Jack Gurley, Leon Harrison, Nat Springer, Gerald Box, Bob Henderson, john
VVeathers, Homer Killebrevv.
Tom COLEMAN, CHARLOTTE KERR
MARTHA BA1LEY, DOROTHY HALL
lViIRIAM STEELE, JOHNNY EDWARDS
TOM COLEMAN CHARLOTTE KERR MARTHA BAILEY DOROTHY HALL MIRIAM STEELE
JOHNNY EDWARDS SARA JONES JOSEPH WALKER NAT SPRINGER MARY BERNHARD
Spring induction: Sara Jordan, Mildred Hughes, Anne Lloyd, Evelyn McGee,
Helen Brown, Richard Heflington, Norma Medders, Billy Henderson, Leon
Harrison, Dorothy Wesley, Raymond Lindsay, Albert Smith.
Ton COLEM AN
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BUYS' l-ll-Y CLUB
This club has the excellent aim of building a good strong Christian character of
our boys. The members are a select group who are interested in improving self,
school and community. Their programs are inspirational and are often led by
very influential characters of our city.
The club has done much charity work this year. Thanksgiving boxes were
sent to several needy families and shoes have been collected and distributed to
the poor. Thoughtfulness of others prompted the club to send Christmas cards
to former members who are now in the service of our country.
Firyt rofw-Ben VVildman, Paul Momeyer, Bloyee Brooks, -I, C, Henderson, johnny
Edwards, George Niehopoulos, .Xlbert Smith.
iS'1'm11rl rmw-Bill Herdrick, Torn Coleman, .Iolmy W'alker, Bobby Stanley, David lilwell,
llallet Brazelton, Richard Hefifington, Leroy Dutton.
Third raiw-Roy Ford, Charles Rice, Bill Phillips, O. C. Beasley, WVallaee Keown,
Robert VVheeler, Bernard Hamett, Tom Carnes, Mr. Ferguson.
Sjrring l7IdIlt'fl07li,l0C Lane, Gerald Box, Lewis Gray, Mack Casey, Raymond Lindsey,
Leon Harrison, john Cheyne.
GIRLS' I-II-Y CLUB
"Clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean livingfl thatls the
Girls, Hi-Y. This has long been one of the most outstanding Clubs in school.
Last Thanksgiving the Hi-Y gave clothing for three teen-age girls and enter-
tained the soldiers at the Fort Hospital. Again at Christmas time, they gave a
program and party for a ward at the Fort Hospital.
These girls have really lived up to their purpose uto create, maintain, and
extend throughout the school and community, higher standards of Christian
character." Their cluh programs are most inspiring.
Every memher had one swell time at their spring social. These girls believe
in fun, although they see the serious side of life too.
Firxf rofw-Dot Ogletree, Sara jones, Miriam Steele, Annette Evans.
Srfoml rofw-Rita Goodwyn, jo Ann Mallory, Lou Adams, Mary' Bernhard, Sara
Helen Coleman, Ethelene Hanson, Hope VVhiteside.
Third rofw-Catherine Hamilton, Mildred Hughes, Pat Brittain, Martha Bailey, Sara
Weathers, Harriet Evans, Dot Hall.
Fourth rofw-Charlotte Kerr, Reba Tolleson, Katherine Jamison, Betty Kaegi, Barbara
Fiflh rofw-Miss Ordway, Martha johnson, Eleanor Stolz, Anne Lloyd, Mary Payne
Behold the Big-VVigs of A. H. S.l Not only in sports have
they proved themselves outstanding but in scholarship, leader-
ship, and character. Un this basis they were selected for mem-
bership in the Leaders, Club. The official capacity of a member
is as referee, director of a class, or general worker in the gym.
These girls are the powers that are displayed in the after school
tournaments. Occasionally the club Challenges an out-of-town
team to a game of volley ball or basketball, and, um or ose,
it's sure to be exciting.
ln their club meetings, sports and game regulations are dis-
cussed. Mrs. McKensie, the new master of the girls' gym, has
' ' ' X ' 'on and leadership the
been thelr sponsor. Under her lnspirati
girls have enjoyed a fine year.
RosA LEE TAYLOR
ILA DEAN SMITH
M ARY KATHRYN WEI,I.S
Front rofw-lla Dean Smi
Mary Kathryn VVells, Ethele
Hanson, Mary Helon Hugh
Rosa Lee Taylor.
Lfft rofw-top to bottom-M
McKensie, Dot Hall, Reba Tr
leson, Mattie Kathryn Mart
Right rofw-Martha Smith, M:
garet Mintz, Martha Chapp
Dorothy VVesley, Sara jordan.
"A" C LU B
These handsome boys we see so often strutting about school and down town in their red sweaters
with the black letters are members of the UA" Club. Yes, they deserve the honor, because they
have earned their letters by participating in some major sport and winning a line reputation as
This club was organized for the purpose of encouraging good, clean sportsmanship. Their
annual initiations are well known around school, especially by the "Goatsl' who are forced to
entertain everybody by their pranks and programs. The social affairs given by this club are always
llr. Curry, the new coach and sponsor for the HAH Club, deserves much credit for his
splendid work this year. Letls give him and his boys a rousing cheerl
J. C. HENDERSON
Left to I'lflllf1E3fl8 Cambron, Billy VVheeler, O. C. Miller, George Nichopoulos, Charles
Fuller, liloyce Brooks, Perry Canada, Chris Hamilton, Tommy Gardner, joseph VValker.
Billy Phillips, Noah Garrett, Gerald Brown, Roy Ford, Horace Homesley, Bernard
Hammett, Frank Gritlin, Charles Houston, Albert Smith, Billy Thigpen, joe Stewart,
Cram l'I'HfI'!'-1H0fHCC Murphree, Mr. Curry, Nat Springer, George Wood, J. C.
Bark frost-Lamar Phillips, Ralph Pearson, john Van Tassell.
Second rofw-jack Holland, Clarence Reid, Lamar Hinds, Bruce McKeever, Harlan
Kennedy, Eugene VVilson, Carson Call, joe Blackmon.
Third rofw-Mr. Ferguson, Betty jo Kennedy, Louise Reaves, Dorothy Butler,
Sara VVliitley, Norma Cunningham, Opal Brown.
DIVERSIFIED occuprxrloms cturs
Under the splendid leadership of lylr. Ferguson these students
are preparing for their chosen vocation. After studying the rules
for success in the work, they put these rules into practice by
actually doing the work in the afternoons.
You will find these students working in stores, cafes, offices or
shops. When they graduate from high school or college, it is not
surprising to find that they will be in demand to fill important
Occasionally the club holds an entertainment for its members.
Everybody looks forward to these social functions, because it
seems that everything always clicks for these lucky people.
BUFORD MATHIS f
PEARL CRAIG ,
MARY ALICE PATTY
First rofw-Robert Borden, Buford Mathis, Mary' Alice Patty, Gerald Box, Bobby Coplin. l
MozEl,I.E SWAN N
Yes, these are our business men and women of the futurel The club attempts to
create a feeling of unity among commercial students and to promote a better under-
standing of the business world. 'liheir programs consist of interesting discussions on
business problems. and often a prominent business man or woman is invited to lead
Uceasionally, this group forgets the business world and turns to social life. This
year the annual social affair was a hay ride. The ride and refreshments were thoroughly
enjoyed and everybody had fun.
lfirxl Vw1c4Marg:1i'et Mintz, Mozelle Swan, Sara Morrison, Carolyn Chastain.
SI't'llllif I'llflL"-liYC'lj'll McGee, Mrs. Hill, ,Xndrey Higgens, Violet VVaugh, janice Patterson,
Ann Gibson, Evelyn Craft, Gloria Mc'Ca1'y.
Thin! 1'nfu'fRosa Lee Tavlor, Mary Carlton, Mary Helon Hughes, Nlattie Kathryn Nlartin,
.Xlice Nell Kilgore, Virginia lI'aylor, Sara jordan.
Fourth V0f'l.L'fBUllIllC Lee Phillips, Martha Chappell, D. D. NVesley, Ann Johnson, Bertha
Payne, Betty ,lo McCarty, Reba Tolleson, Corrine Truitt, Betty Newsome.
Fiffll rufu'-Fi'a1ices Craft, Geraldine Saxon, Margaret Roberts, Eva Jane Reese, Julia Mae
Tipton, Mary ,lo Bowman, Hilda Norton, Bobbie jane Henson, Doris 1VlCGinty, Aileen Clark,
Sixllz rofu'--Billy joe Clonts, liverett Holle, Tommy Hampson, Sammy VVyCoff, Mack Casey,
i'Hep, two, three, fourlhl is a well-known phrase around johnson Field during the cold mornings
of September, October and November, but when football games rolled around, those long cold
hours of practice were revealed in super, snappy performances by the band at the halves. Yes,
sir! Those guys and gals under the direction of the capable leader, "Prof, Jackson, really put the
show overl The armed service took some of Profhs prize performers but with some help from the
few experienced ones left, he shaped the organization into a snappy, alert, well-trained band. Apart
irom all marching and peppy parades the band also came through with some fine concerts with a
more serious type of music.
The hand has also done a super job this year in the war bond campaigns and parades. They
are always willing and ready to help out, and we believe they have really done well this year. We
know there were some cold, cold band members marching up and down those streets in the early
morning band parades, which were led by a snappy group of majorettes and a fine drum major, but
with heads high they carried on to do their part in line order.
The band, however, is not all work and no play, because each year they have two or three
entertainments which are really tops. So, for all this line work and entertainment, "hats offl' to
its super-swell director, "Prof, -lackson.
First rofw-Clarence Adams, VV. H. Hicks, Oscar Handle, Wetherell Eros, Fred Archie VVilliams, Bruce Ogden,
Srfond rofw-Pauline Moon, Louise Newsome, Sara Martin, Alice Alexander, Helen Boyd, Mary F. Duke.
Third rofw-Harriet Evans, Betty Newsome, Mary Maxwell, Donald Nunnally, Tom Curry, Donald Lasday, Leon
Harrison, Martis Grant, Mary K. Lloyd.
Fourth rofw-Eleanor McDowell, Sonny Lipham, Erman Ogden, Dick Givens, Jimmy Simpson, Bookey Peak,
Carlton Barnes, Dean Hutchinson, Leta Ann Casey, Joyce Poole.
Fifth rofw-Wynemia Greeg, Sara Henderson, Sally Sieb, Charlotte Cash, Jewell Miller, Johnny Blue, Gerald
Stephens, Stanley Bowe, Florence Kent, jacquelin Kimberly, Elizabeth Browning.
Sixth rofw-Barbara Smith, Clarence Perley, Agnes Denman, jo Worsham, Lenman Fite, Billy Chastain, John
Franklin Morgan, Jimmy Snider, Ruby Nell Parris.
Scfvcnlh rofw-Don Pohl, Julian Stephens, Homer Killebrevv, Hawell Austin, Billy VVatson, Jimmy Grant, Homer
Sparks, Jimmey Mullendor, Doris Ann Huckahey.
Eighth rofw-Haskell Dear, T. G. Ford, L. D. Hearst, Jack Gurley, L. P. Jackson.
L. P. JACKSON
Jimmy Edwa rds
Fred Archie VVilliams
W. H. Hicks
L. D. Hurst
'l'. G. Ford
Leta Ann Casey
John Franklin Morgan
Florence Ann Kent
Ruhy Nell Parris
Doris Ann Huckaby
Mary Frances Duke
Ma ry Katherine Lloyd
L. P. Jackson
H ARRIET EVANS
Dmus AN N HUCKABY
First rofw-Robert Pettus, Edward Parker, Wetherell Eros, Edith Craft.
Sfrond rofw-Elizabeth Kircus, Edward Steen, Sammy McAnemy, Kitha Carter, Alice
Alexander, Louis Crosby,
Third rofw-jonnie Segal, Vanita Dickenson, Louise Pippin, juanita VVright.
Fflllffll rofw-VValter Fuqua, Eugene Mitchell, Jim Baker, Royce Harper, Sammy Higgen-
luotham, Ted New, Edwin Ledford.
Fifth rofw-Florence Ann Kent, Billy Tolhert, Charles Heptinstall, Marion Jones, Don
Chapman, Andy Heath.
Sixilz rofw-Charles Hughes, jack Bastine, Jerry jackson, Gray Hunter.
Swfvfnflz rom:-Billy Summerlin, Austin Stiles, Ralph Pinson, Jerry Goode, Homer Sparks,
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Firyt rofw-Johnny Edwards, Dot French, Lou Adams, june VVatson.
Scrond rarw-Bertha Payne, Pat Hellerman, Emily Booth, joan Graham, Nonagene
Nlorrow, Bet Bagley.
Third rn-w-O. C. Miller, Billy VVheele1', Richard Heiiington, Chris Hamilton, Tommy
Hampson, Alden Hutiaker, Mrs. Hudson.
'llhese are our Shalcespeares of '-l-Sl Yes, they scribble, and you should hear the compositions!
VVhen it comes to poetry or prose, these students are on the beam.
To be eligible for membership in this club, one must write two good original compositions. The
members not only write but they also study various authors and types of literature. These people
have plenty of fun and do much toward developing originality.
If you attended the wonderful dance the Scrihblers gave in January, you know what l mean
when l say they have funl The artistic ability of the club was displayed in the decorations at
legion Hall, the scene of the dance.
JOHN NY EDWARDS
JUN E WATSON
These students wind up as champions in band music-and, brother, it's the wind-up that
counts! The Lyre Club is a group of talented students who are members of the Senior Band.
Under the leadership of NIL Jackson, band director, these people study and enjoy many
types of music.
Often the club enjoys a social affair or an initiation performance for new members. On
such an occasion there is plenty of fun for everyone.
S1-rgmnt at Arms
Firxl rofw--jimmy Simpson, Tom Curry, W. H. Hicks, Fred Archie VVilliams,
Sfroml rofu'-Harold Hollingsworth, Clarence Perley, Jimmie Edwards, Jack
Gurley, Nlr. Jackson.
Lfft rofw-Chris Hamilton, Leon Harrison, Edwin Haywood, Donald Nunnally.
Right rufw-julian Stevens, Howell Austin, Jimmie Grant.
lfirxl rnfu'--.Xllwert Smith, Katherine -Iami
son, llallet Brazelton, Miriam Steele, Na
Sf'4'nI1ifrnfw--Nliss Massey, Johnny Ed
wards, Sara Helen Coleman, Dick Hef
fington, C. Henderson, O. C. Beasley
Third rufw-Paul Momeyer, O. C
Miller, Roy Ford, joseph VValker, Davin
lilwell, Tom Coleman.
First rn-w-Martha Bailey, Pat Brittain,
Dot Ogletree, Louise Adams.
Srmnd rofw-Sara jones, Dot Brown-
ing, Sara Helen Coleman, Annette Evans,
Mary Bernhard, Miriam Steele, Anne
Third rufu'-lNlr. Self, Judy Buck, Kit
Kaegi, Kat Jamison, Martha Johnson.
Upper left--Richard Hethngton,
David Elwell, O. C. Beasley,
Nat Springer, Alhert Smith,
Bloyce Brooks, J. C. Henderson,
johnny Edwards, Tom Coleman,
Billy Quenelle, Hallett Brazel-
ton, Mr. Myer.
Firxt rofw-Helen Jesperson,
Catherine Hamilton, Rita Good-
Second rafw-Mary Payne
Sawyer, jo Ann Mallory, Bet
Bagley, Anne Lloyd, Dot Ogle-
Third ro-w-Mabel Durrett,
Martha jo Rutledge, jane Gray,
D. D. VVesley, Tommy Hamp-
Fourth rofw-Miss Simmons,
Alden Huffaker, Raymond Dale,
Mary McCaa, Sammy VVycoff.
Fifth rofw-Jack Gurley, Tom
Curry, Earl Camhron, Frank
Griflin, Paul Momeyer, joyce
MARY BERNHARD, SARA JONES
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Here is the group who can sing your blues awayl All of us have heard their cheery
voices, as we labored away at our studies. How we have envied theml
High hopes and high notes from talented members of this club are prevalent at the
meetings of these musically-minded students. The combined efforts of the students and
the director, Miss Lewis, have produced a fine, unified choir. VVe often hear them
give special programs on the radio, on chapel programs, and at church services. They
also give us music for Commencement. No wonder this is one of the most popular
clubs at A. H. S.l
First rofw-Mary Creen, Martha Bailey, Helen Brown, jo
Etta McGinty, Mary Lynn Bates, Miriam Steele, Mildred
Hughes, Melba Fite, Sara jones, Mildred Stephens,
Martha Snider, Miss Lewis.
Scrond rofw-Louise Adams, Martha Johnson, Pat Hef-
ferman, Charlotte Kerr, Mary Jo Bowman, Dorrie Smith,
Dot Wells, Mary Helon Hughes, Mary Paige Bagley,
Third rofw-joby VValker, John Van Tassell, Clarence
Perley, Dick Hefhngton, Alden Huffaker, Mary Bernhard
Miriam Steele, Lou Adams,
Charlotte Kerr, Mary Jo Bowman
Helen Brown, Grace Kimbrough
JUIXIICDR RED CIQCDSS
Service is the main purpose of the Junior Red Cross program in the schools. Anniston High School
JRC members have tried to carry out this idea through a variety of services: namely, the packing
of gift boxes for children overseas, and the making of such articles as attractive blotter Calendars,
novel scrapbooks, place cards, menu folders, and many other things for the servicemen at Fort
NIcClellan. Other activities of the Junior Red Cross have been packing Christmas gift boxes for
orphans, participating in salvage programs, and corresponding through exchange scrapbooks with
Latin American students.
ln all their worthy services the JRC members have endeavored to carry out the American
junior Red Cross pledge-"We believe in service for others, in health of mind and body to fit
us for better service, and in worldwide friendshipf' VVC will help to make the organization suc-
cessful in our school and community, and we will work together with members everywhere in our
own and other lands.
Firrl rofw-Gordon Mallory, Jimmy Griggs, Raymond
Dale, Luther Bevis, Barbara Smith, Ann Johnson, Eleanor
Snoddy, Doris jean Smith, Ethelene Hanson.
Semnd rofw--Erman Ogburn, Nancy Stolz, Joyce Acker,
Paul Starr, Billy Thigpen, Mary Frances O'Kelly, Opal
Brown, Catherine Bailey, Dot VVells.
Third rofw-Sadie Lou Gibson, Joyce Moncrief, Anita
Carr, Eleanor Bonds, Sara Tibbets, Margaret McCaa,
Barbara Peek, Mary Tom Fain, Louise Nelson.
Fourth rofw-Mattie Katherine Martin, Mary Helon
Hughes, Alice Nell Kilgore, Mary Katherine VVells, Mary
Louise Davenport, Billie Nell Hollingsworth, Leroy Dut-
ton, Martha Ann Hughes, Sara Martin, jo Etta McGinty.
Fifth rofw-Buddy Rutledge, Earle Reynolds.
ETH ELENE HANSON ANNE JOHNSON
DORIS JEAN SM1TH BARBARA SMITH
The Etude Club, under the able leadership of its new sponsor,
Nliss Ethel Davison, has certainly become one of the leading
music clubs of A. H. S. The twenty-one members from both
Junior and Senior High School devote most of their time to
the study of serious music and the famed composers of the
lfVhen it comes to club programs, the Etude can boast of
the tops in music. Members contribute selections chiefly from
the finer music, but, now and then, you might find them
enjoying a half-hour of strictly non-classical selections.
FTUDI: Cl UB
Firxi rofw-Ann Pullen, Mildred Hughes, Pat Brittain,
Ann Marie Evans. '
Srrolzd row-Helen Brown, Martha Bailey, Frances
Bernhard, Betty Sue Gurley.
Third rofw-Donald Lasday, Clarence Perley, Don
Holle, ,lack Gurley, Tom Curry, Miss Davison, Julian
Sara Jones, Louise Adams,
Mallory, Melba Fite, lN1ary
Pohl, Dick Given, Everett
Stephens, Oscar Handle.
'llhese are the girls who rush to meet the postman every day, for they are the letter
writers of our school. Foreign correspondence is not carried on for obvious reasons as
it has been in previous years, but these girls still try to Hpen-a-palm often. ln their
bi-monthly meetings they share their letters with the rest of the members. Often the
well-known and interesting letters of all ages are read and studied.
Of course not all their time is consumed with pen and ink. VVhen Christmas rolled
around this year, the members made some lovely gift packages to be given to soldiers at
the local U.S.O. 'Tis said that these Hfriends of the mailman" had a marvelous time
at their spring social. The members have truly appreciated the help of Klrs. Alexander
in making their club meetings some of the most interesting in school.
Fir!! rofw-Katherine Jamison, Martha Bailey, Anne Lloyd, Mary Bernhard.
Second rofw-jo Ann Mallory, Dot Ogletree, joan VVoolf, Ann Brier, Judy Buck.
Third rofu'-Bet Bagley, Martha -lo Rutledge, joy Nolen, Catherine Hamilton,
Eleanor Stolz, Mary Ellen Blackwood.
Fourth rofw-Leah Layman, Mary Payne Sawyer, Betty Kaegi, Reba Tolleson,
Dot Hall, Mrs. Alexander.
Firxl l'0flL'--R6l5Zl Tolleson, Charlotte Kerr, Elinor Stoll.
Svrond rofw-Elizabeth VVilson, Betty Ruth Russell, Lila Hugher, Ann Johnson,
Bertha Payne, Betty Jo lWCCarty, Helen Brown, Norma Medders, Mary llelon
Third roiw-Martha Chappell, Betty Ann Lane, Gloria Buckner, Mattie Ma1'tin,
Virginia Taylor, Sara Jordan, Margaret Mintz, Frances Pavloek, Mary Mayes,
Ann Gibson, Joy Nolen.
Fourth rofw-Eleanor McI70xx'ell, Evelyn McGee, Melha Fire, Bobbie llenson,
Margaret Brown, Mrs. Huger, Mary Kathryn VVells, Betty Coxvden, Elizabeth
Browning, Audrey Higgens, Evelyn Ezell, Carolyn Chastain.
I-DME ECCDNCDMICS CLUB
As women throughout the war-torn world fill the ranks in civilian life and stand shoulder
to shoulder with men in the national defense effort, the modern girl does not forget to equip
herself for home-making as well as citizenship. The Home Economies Club is interested in
maintaining high standards for home life and is training our must eligible home makers of
This year the club chose for their study 'ifiood Grooming." The girls have enjoyed the
work and have learned some valuable lessons in personal appearance. They believe in their
motto, l'As our girlhood is, so shall our womanhood be."
Ulfamous Generalsl' is the title of the biographical study the Pierian Club has been engaged
in this year. Studying the lives of such outstanding military men as lfisenhower, Bradley
and Clark has proved to be one of the most interesting topies ever before undertaken by the
Une of the hi-lights of the year was the big Christmas party the club gave for patients
in one of the wards of the hospital at Fort lVIeClellan. The club turned out in full force
and really gave the soldiers some fun.
The climax of the elubls activities for the year l-l-el-'-l5 came when the annual Pierian
dance honoring the Senior Class was given. This was indeed a swell affairl
AN N ETTE EVANS
SARA l'IEl,EN COLEMAN
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Firxl rufw-Martha Johnson, Annette Evans, Hope VVhiteside, Sara
SI't'0lId rofw-Lou Adams, Mary Bernhard, Mable Durrett, Cath-
erine Hamilton, JoAnn Mallory, Mary Payne Sawyer, Helen jesperson,
Third rofw-Miriam Steele, Martha Baily, Dot Ogletree, joy Nolen,
Eleanor Stoltz, Harrette Evans, Anne Lloyd.
Fourth rofw-Sara Jones, Pat Brittain, Katherine jamison, Kit
Kaegi, Martha jo Rutledge, Miss DeHart.
LISTEN ERS' CLUB
SARA HEI,EN COLEMAN
First rn-rv-flivt-lyii Mcficv, Mellwa Fife, Carolyn Chastain, Mary Lynn Bates,
Catllerinc llindman, lflt-anor lforcxnan, lflizaheth Kircns. Mary Seale lirowning,
Louise Xdains. ,Xndrt-y lliggens. livclyn Craft. Doris llrooks. Evelyn llrown,
Gladys New, Charlotte Cash, lletty Cowdrn. llorolliy Browning, Mary Frances
Svuofzrl' roiefllelen Brown. Maryc-llcn llarry. Gloria llnckner, Charlotte Kerr,
llt-len Prnt-tt, lsncinda Quinn, jackie l,incr, Florine 'l'atc. lilizaheth llrowning.
Frances Pavlock. Mary Mayes. jacrluclin llntterwortll. Peggy Lowry, Nonagenc
Morrow. jean llinnant. Sara Katt' Morton, Eleanor Mcllowell.
Third mu' -Mary Carlton, Grace liimlmrongh, llonnie Phillips. jean Bryan,
Frances Campbell, liva jane Reese. llorothy Thomas. Mary Richardson, Ellen
Stiles. Mildred jones, liclith Mcfarty, lletty Crow. Dorothy VVesley, Pat lleffer-
man, lla-tty ,Xnn Lane, Maryanna Matthews, -
f'.I7lll'Hl rww-Gcralrline Tipton. julia Tipton, Mildred llughes, Pat lirittain, Lila
lluger. Mary jo llowman, Sara llvlcn Coleman, lletty llcason, Miriam Steele,
.Xnnettc Evans, Sara jones, Mary McCaa. Mary Ann Clark, Miss Lewis.
Fifth P'0'Ii?Ci3.!'01lL'C Pcrley, john Yan Tassell, Leroy Ilntton, .Xrthnr Gates,
Everett llolle, Sammy XYycoIl', jolmy XYalker. Dick Heftington, Raymond Dale,
Tommy llampson, Luther lkcevis, julian Sta-pliens, ,Xlmlen llnffakcr, Billy Thig-
pen, lidwin llaywood.
Ah, yes, this is the group who can listenl They are real music lovers and they
appreciate the music of our great composers. After they study the history of
each musical composition and the life of the composer, they listen to a record
of the selection. Many' records have been contributed to the club by various
members and everybody enjoys them.
This club is developing real appreciation for better music. It is a new club,
but one that is going over with a bang! Here's luck to youl
'int ro-w-Rosa Lee Taylor,
Vallace Keown, Violet Waugh,
Second rofw-Clarence Perley,
la Dean Smith, Mary Katherine
Vells, Martha Smith, Lila
Iuger, Leah Layman, Elizabeth
mith, Violet Taylor, Billy
Third rofw-Jerry Crumpton,
lilly Quenelle, Ben VVildman,
lobert VVl'1eeler, Reginald
Iinds, Arthur Fred Gates, Ray-
mond Lindsey, David Elwell,
Alden Huffaker, Lewis Snider.
Firxt rofw-Mrs. Harris, Mary
McCaa, Raymond Dale, Frances
Mallory, Jenebel Sandlin.
Second rofw-Joy Nolen, Har-
riet Evans, Mabel Louise Dur-
rett, Martha Jo Rutledge, Mary
Payne Sawyer, Katherine jami-
son, Kit Kaegi.
Third rofw-Blaine Momeyer,
Bill Herdrich, Tommy Hamp-
son, Tommy Gardner, George
Nichopoulos, Albert Smith,
Firxt rofw-Ted Perkins, Robert
Wheeler, Alden Huffaker, Miss
Sffond rofw-Jack Allen, Earl
Reynolds, Arthur Fred Gates,
Everet Holle, Dick Givins,
No picture-W. H. Hicks, Har-
First rofw-Frances Mallory, Doi
Browning, Maryann Clark, Bei
Bagley, Anne Lloyd, Helen Jesper-
son, jimmy Snider.
Second rofw-Anne Pullen, Mary
V. Davis, Betty Cowden, Joan
Graham, Sara VVeathers, Elizabeth
Third rofw-Betty Crow, Mrs.
Gibson, Nonagene Marrow, Dorrie
Smith, Marianna Matthews, Lu-
Fourtlz rofw-John Mallory,
Jimmy Weatherly, Frank Long-
shore, Darden Williams, Don Pohl,
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hris Ilalnilton, Horace Homesly.
Sffflllrf rom'-Billy W'heeler, Richard Hearn, Perry Canada, Frank Grithn, .I. C. Henderson, Lamar
hillips, Roy Ford, Joe Stewart, Mack Casey, George Niehopoulos.
Third rufu'-Charles Rice, George Xvoocl, Paul Starr, Bill Phillips, Robert Stanley, Noah Garrett, llarl
lamhron, Billy Thigpen, joseph XValker, Tom Coleman.
'lihis year we are prouder than ever of our team. Wie entered the season with a team lacking in
experience, hut making up for it with plenty of grit and determination. The change of coaches was
felt, but with cooperation and close teamwork the crisis was met and victory was achieved. Fans
witnessed some of the most exciting football ever played at hlemorial Stadium, and when the
dust cleared. the scoreboard usually showed Anniston to he victorious. So more power to the team
and lots of luck for next yearl
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J. C. HENDERSON
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In respect to scores, this season may have seemed unsuccessful, but
those who closely followed the games are quick to agree that our
success was not measured in scores. Again we were handicapped by
inexperience, but by consistent practice the kinks were ironed out, and
a good basketball team evolved. The players are anxiously awaiting
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Firxt rofw-Robert Comer, Pete Lusk, George VVood, James Conaway.
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