Anniston High School - Hour Glass Yearbook (Anniston, AL)
- Class of 1949
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" E. . And tleparting, leave behind us footprints on the sands of time."
It is diflicult to picture anything cleaner and more untouched than the white
sands of a deserted sea shore, washed constantly by the sun and the tides. Yet
how easily these sands yield to the steps ol' those who pass over them, making a
trail which others may follow, though they may never know those whose steps
VVhen each student enters Anniston High School, the pages which will record
his years are-like the sands-clean and untouched. Then just as one walking
over the sands leaves his footprints, so the student will by his deeds and influence
write on these pages, his story, a story which those coming after may read.
If one could look through previous issues of the HOUR CrL.-XSS, he would find
many' unfamiliar names, but the records of their honors, achievements, and
activities would point out to the student ol' today those who set the examples
that have become the traditions of our school.
Table of Contents
Seniors . I3
Classes . 25
Features . 67
helping us wheniwe most need a helping hand -
her great understanding and sympathy -
being our friend when others turn aside -
doing the task when others would pass it on-
being just about the grandest person we know-we, the Annual StaH, do
hereby dedicate this 1949 HOUR GLASS to Mrs. Kathleen YV. Brummel, our
friend and teacher.
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RALPH OWINGS, M.A. -
Superintendent of City
Sr,-hoalx gwe ure very glad
tn have Mr. Owings lor our
new superintendent. We sure-
ly are lucky to have such
u grand peraun.
JOHN J. NASH, B.S., hI.A.
+Princ'ipuI, Sponsor, Ushers'
Club, Student Council.-Vie
don't know what we would
do without him. I'Ie's just
an all-round person.
MRS. KATHLEEN W.
Principal, English, Spnnsar,
Nutionul Honor Society. -
She's busy all day lung, but
she will alwnys help us when
we need her.
MRS. IRENE B. WRIGHT!
Attendance Worker. - She
always has u friendly smile
for everyone, and she's al-
ways doing something inr
LENA SMITH, B.S.-Secre-
lury to the Superintendent.
-What would Mr. Owings
do without her? W'e think
MRS. TOM DRISCCLL --
Secretary ru lhe Principnl.-
Shv is always on the joh
and ready to help anyone
who needs help. She-'s tops
with all of us.
ALLINE OSBIJRN, A.B. --
Secrelary la Ihe Supnrinlenzl-
ent.--She is the kind oi per-
son wc wuuld ull like to be
like. We like her good
VVILLIANI BANCROFT, 4-LB.
- Physirul Education, Co-
Spansor "A" Club-You can
tell by the training his font-
ball fellows have received
that he is really Il swell
MARTHA BILES, B.S.-Eng-
lish, Science.-She is an ex-
cellent teacher in many
MRS. CLARICE BDAZ, BS.
- Physical Education.-She's
sweet and nice und she nl-
ways has an interesting ex-
perience to tell us.
MRS. FRANCES CARTER,
B.S., M.A. - English. - She
shows interest in us by giv-
ing us some helpful hints
for sucness, which we really
MRS. CAROLYN CLIFTON,
A.B.-English, Mulh, Spon-
sor'Girls' Hi-Y.-She has
come to us new and we're
all crazy nbout her sweet
MRS. FRANCES COBBS,
B.S. - Speech, Sponsor,
Speech Club. - She really
knows how tn teach speech.
You can tell it by those
wonderful plays she has di-
J. D. COUCH. A.B.-P1,yt-
irs, Science.-He is a quiet,
intellectual person and a fa-
vorite of all the students.
MYRTIE L. FRYAR, A.B.-
Histary, English. - She al-
ways looks nice and has u
friendly smile for everyone.
LUCILE FULLER, A.B. -
English, Sponsor, Hour
Glass. - She dues a grand
job with vur animal and shc
is a friend to all.
IKIRS. INEZ CAUSCII, B.S.
- Home Economics. - W'hat
would we do without her
splendid ability tu teach
MRS. S. B. GIBSON, A.B.
- Latin. English. - She is
very sweet and friendly to
ns ull. und she really knows
NELLIE JEAN GORDON.
B.S.-Arr.-She is a lot of
lun and is tops with all the
CHRISTINE GRIFFIN, AB.
-English, History, Sponsor,
Forensic Society. - She cun
teach history and we like
her friendly ways.
UNA HAMRIC, M.A.-His-
lary-She is another one
of nur excellent history
teachers. She is u friend to
MRS. ETHEL HILL, A.B.--
Shorthand, Typing, Book-
keeping.-We missed you,
Mrs. Hill! Don't leave us
MRS. KEENER HUDSON,
Slu.-'s u whiz in everything.
We think she's grand.
MRS. STEVEN P. HUCER,
B.S. - Home Economics,
Sponsor, Home Economics
Cluln.-She tries her best to
leach ua sewing. It's not
her fault we can't learn.
L. P. JACKSON, A.B., M.A.,
B.S.fBanrl, Civics. Sponsor,
Lyre Club, Armoniers Club.
-For our wonderful hand
wt- give our thanks to Mr.
F. L. JOHNSON, A.B.-His-
tary, Business Law, Physical
Education, Co-Sponsor, "A"
Club.--We surely do enjoy
all the wonderful sports that
Mr. Johnson has helped bring
B.S.-English, Civics, Spon-
sor, Girls' Hi-Y.-She always
has a smile and a pleasant
word for everyone.
MRS. ALICE MCPETERS,
l3.S.-Education, Art, Di-
vrrsifirfrl Education. - She
dues a grand job with the
D.0. Club. Wliat would we
do without her?
J. J. NEWMAN, B.S.-Me-
rlmniml Drawings, Industrial
Arm, Shop.-He can really
teach both shop and mechan-
G. C. NICHOLS. B.S.-Biol-
ogy, Electrical Work, Math.
-He is the coach of our
"B" Team. They really do
like him and so do wel
MRS. G. C. NICHOLS, A.B..
M.A. - Englis lt, Spunsor.
Scribblers Club, Hi-Ecl1ol.-
She not only knows her Eng-
lish, but she is sweet and
friendly to everyone.
VIRGINIA M. ORDW'AW'-
A.B. f English, Sponsor,
Girls' Hi-Yr-She's beautiful,
she's intelligent, and every-
one adores her.
ESTER PETERSON, B.S.-
llluthematics.-Slle's u won-
ASA F. SELF, B.S.-lndus-
trial Arts, Math.-He always
has a pleasant word for us
MRS. H. L. SHELBY, A.H.
-Shorthand. Typing, Book-
keeping.-She's a quiet little
lady, hut she's smart as u
FRED E. SIBERT, B.S. -
Diversified Occupation. - He
has a cute little smile that
lights the way.
E. G. SIMS, B.A.-Clwml.
--He is a whiz with music
and not bad looking either.
WEYMON R. SMALLWOOD,
A.B.. B.S. - History, Mullt,
Assistant! Conch.-He is real-
ly liked hy the fellows and
he's a swell coach.
MARY STEWART. A.B..
Her patience is wonderful
with all of us and our chem-
MRS. BLANCE STROUP.
B.S.. M.A.'-Spanish, Typing,
Eponsor, Spunish Club.-She
nlways greets us with a
friendly "huenus alias."
THOMAS C. TEEL, 13.5.-
Mullmnmtirs.-He is a very
quiet and nice person to
ALEXANDER WARE, A.B.,
B.M., M.A. -- Instrumental
Musir.--He is really giving
our school a splendid or-
MRS. YY. H. WARNOCK.
A.B. g Algebra, Trigonome-
lry.f5he is very sweet to
everyone and a favorite of
ull the students.
CORINNE WEAVER, A.B.-
lliolugy, Algelnm.-She is al-
ways friendly and she really
knows her biology.
MRS. GERTRUDE WIL-
LIAMS, B.S.-History, Span-
sar. Future Teachers al
America. -Her sweet looks
und her cheerful words give
ex crynne happiness.
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BARNES, CARLTON-Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, oliiccr
'49, Lyre Club '47, '48, '49, ollicer '48, Band
'46, '47, '48, '49, officer '49, Saxophone Quartet
'48, Photography Club '47, '48, '49, Class olli-
HOLLAND, MARTHA JOAN--Honor Society '48,
'49, Student Council '45, '46, '47, '48, '49, oilicer
'47, '48, '49, Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, officer 'fl-9, Class
officer '46, '48, '49, Red Cross '48, Annual Stall'
'45, '46, '47, '48, '49, officer '47, Who's Who '45,
'46, '47, '45, '49, Queen '49, Hi-Y Council '48,
Pep Squad '45,'46, '47, '48, '49, Junior Business
THRASH, JIMMY-King '49, Who's Who '48,
'49, Cheerleader '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, oiiiccr '49,
Hi-Y Council '49, officer '49, Pep Squad '46,
'47, '48, Speech Club '48, '49, ohicer '49, Foren-
sic Society '48, '49, "A" Club '49, Red Cross
'46, Baseball '48, '49, B Team Football '48,
Class oliiccr '4-9.
JONES, LAMAR GRONER-"A" Club '48, '49,
Fnolbnll Manager '48, Hi-Y '48, '49, Junior Band
'47, oFFicer '47, Wl1o's Who '47, '49, Cheerleader
'49, Class ollicer '49, Student Council '49,
SENICDR CLASS OFFICERS
CARLTON BARNES . . President
JIMMY THRASH Vice-President
JOAN HOLLAND . Secretary
LAMAR JONES . . Treasurer
ABBOTT, CLAUDIA ELIZABETH-Horne Economics Club '49,
Hi-Y '48, '49, Pep Squad '47, '48, '49,
ADCOCK, MARY BURT--Speech Club '49, Home Economics
Club '49, Red Cross '45, Pep Squad '45, '46, '47, '48, '4-9.
ALLEN, CLARA JOYCE-Honor Society '48, '49, officer '49,
Sr'ribbler's Club '47, '43, '49, omcer '48, '49, Speech Club '47,
'48, '49, ollleer '49, Pen-A-Pal Club '48, F.T.A. '48, '49, ufhccr
'48, '49, Home Econmiiics '49, Junior Business Woman '49, Pep
Squad '45, '46, '47, '48, '49.
ANCHORS, JERRY KAYE-Hi-Y '48, '49, oflicer '49, Phy Chem
'47, '48, Boys' Glee Club '47, '48, Forensic Society '47, '48, '49,
Etude '47, '48, '49, B Team Football '45, '46.
BAILEY, CATHERINE-Student Council '46, '47, Red Cross '47.
'49, Home Economies Club '47, '48, '49, Ushers Club '47, '48,
'49, Etude Club '49, Hi-Y '49, Hi-Echo Stall '48, '49.
BEARDEN, ELIZABETH LEOLA--Home Economics Club '49.
BELL, WILLIAM BURL-ll Teuiu Football '47, Red Cross '47.
BENNETT, STAN FLOYD-Student Council '45, '46, '47, '48,
'49, Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, officer '49, Ushers' Club '47, '48, '49,
oflicer '48, '49, "A" Club '47, '48, '49, officer '49, A Team
Football '47, '48, '49, Alt. Captain '48, Track '48, B Team
BLACKMON, MARY SUE-D.O. '49, F.T.A. '48.
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BLUE, JOHN EDWARD-Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, ollicer '49, Who's
Who '49, Hi-Y Council '48, '49, Ushers' Club '47, '48, '49,
ollicer '49, Etude Club '48, '49, Lyre Club '47, '48, '49, ofliccr
'48, Rand '45, '46, '-1-7, '48, officer 48, Home CLASS Stal? 45, '46,
'47, '48, '49, Cheerleader '49, Student Council '47.
HORDEN. PAULA RUTH-Student Council '46, Red Cross '46,
'47, '48, D.0. Club '48, '49,
BRACKNELL. JACQUELYN IRENE-Transferred from Girls'
High School, Atlanta, '47, D.0. Club '48, '49, Annual Staff '49,
CARTER. KEITHA MARIE-Band '45, '46, '47, '48, '49, Ar-
ruoniz-rs '46, '47, '48, '49, olficvr '48, '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, Hi-Y
Council '49, Home Economics Club '48, '49, Etude Club '-19
.lunior Hund '45, officer '45.
CASS. MARTHA JANEfSpt-t-ch Club '48, '49, ofhcer '49 Ht
Economics Club '48, '49, Pep Squad '45, '46, '47, '
JOHN AUSTIN'-Ili-Y '47, '48, '49, Spanish Club '49,
Stufl' '48, Tennis Team '48, Golf Tcnm '49.
CAUSEY. BETTY ANN-F.T.A. Club '48, Rctl Cross 'll
Hi-Y '49, Clue Club '47, '48.
CLARK, WILLIAM CARSON
DORIS ,l0SEI'I'IINE-Student Council '46, Speech Club
n Squad '45, '46, '47, '48, '-49.
COCKRI-ILL, BETTY LEE-Fwd Cross '46, Student Council '47,
'48, Forensic Society '47, '43, '49, ntiiccr '49, Usher Club '49,
Home Economics Club '48, '49, officer '49, F.T.A. '48, '49, Hi-Y
'8, '49, Library Assistant '-17.
COLE, DIANA--Glcc Club '47, '48, '49, officer '47
Squud '46, '47, '48, '49,
C0l'l-IBS, PAULAATransfcrred from Woodlawn High Schoul, Bir-
lninghzun, '49, National Hunnr Society '49, Etude Club '49,
Forensic Society '49, Spanish Club '49, Hi-Y '49, ,Iuniur Business
CONAWAY, KENNETH EARL-D.O. Club '46, '47, 'IE I9
COTIIRAN. WILLIAM RANDOLPH-Pep Squad '46, '-PT, IB
CRAIG, VIRGINIA ANN-I".T.A. '49, Forensic Society '49,
Spanish Club '-I-9, Hi-Y '-49.
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F.'I'.A, Club '48, '49, Speech Club '48, '49, Hi-Y '49 'ci
CRAFT, EDITH RAY-Pep Squad '45, Band '46, '47, oflicer 47,
Cheerleader '48, '49, W'ho'5 Who '46, '47, '48, '49, HOUR GLASS
'43, Speech Club '48, '49, Hi-Y '48, 49, Armuniers 47, '48, '49,
Hume Economics Club '48, '49, Student Council '49.
CROMER, FLORA LOUISE--Transferred from Brookfield High
School, Brookheld, Ohio, '49, F.'l'.A. Club '49, Hi-Y '49, Pep
Squad '46, '49,
CURRY, DONALD HALgRcd Cross '49,
CURRY, IRMA JLAN-Forensic Society '48, '49, Spanish Club
'49, Hi-Y '-19.
DAUGHERTY, CHARLES ALFRED-B Team Football '46, '47,
A 'l'can1 Football '-1-8, '49, "A" Club '48, '49, olfuzer '49,
DAVENl'0li'l', GEORGE ANNEfl7.T.A. '48, '49, ofhccr '49,
Forensic Society '48, '49, Home Economics 'fl-7, '48, '49, olliccl'
'49, Hi-Y '48, '49, ollicer '49, Hi-Y Council '49, Speech Club
'48, '49, Ushers' Club '48, '49, Pep Squad '45, '46, '47, Student
Council '45, '46,
DEAN, CHARLOTTE ELlZABE'l'll--Hi-Y '47, '45, '49, ulllcer '49,
Pen-A-Pal '47, '48, '49, Etude '47, '48, 'll-9, olllcer '43, Hi-Y Coun-
eil '48, '49, Hi-Echo '48, '49,
DEAN, PEGGY EDYTHE
DURRETT, MARGARET CORNELIAfHonor Society '49, Ushers'
Club '40, '47, '48, '49, Student Council '46, '47, Hi-Y '47, '48,
'49, ufllccr '48, '49, Pen-A-Pal Club 49, Forensic Society '49,
Spanish Club '49, mlicer '49, Hi-Echo Stall '48, '49, Pep Squad
'45, '46, Hi-Y Council '49, Who's Who '49,
EDWARDS, YlRGlNlAffF.T.A. '48, Pep Squad '47, '48,
ELWELL, ROSE RIARIE-wF.'f.A. '48, '49, U5llCrS' Club '49,
Gloe Club '47, '48, Pep Squad '47, '48, '49,
EROS, JUHN lVE'l'HEKELLf-Balnl '45, '46, '47, ullicer '46, Lyre
Club '46, '47, '48, '49, Etude Club '49, Speech Club '49, Hi-Y
'47, '48, '49, Pup Squad '48, '49, Plxotngraphy 46, '47.
EVANS, MARION W'lLLAKD--Hi-Y '47, '43, '49, "A" Club '47,
'48, '-l-9, B Team Football '48, captain '48, Football Manager '47,
'49, Class 0tTicer '47, Pep Squad '45, '46, '47,
FEAZELL. JAMES HOWARD-Speech Club '49, F.T.A. Club '48,
FITE, HELEN VH-lGINlAiClcc Club '47, '48, F.T.A. '48, '49,
Pep Squad '47, '48, '49, Honor Society 49.
GAINES. BILLY JOE
GIBSON, SADIE LOUfHunor Society '48, '49, Etude Club '46,
'47, '43, l".T.A. '48, '49, ullicer '49, Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, officer
'49, Girls' Ensemble '46, '47, '48, Cleo Club '46, '47, '43, Pen-
A-Pal Club '48, '49, junior Business Woman '49, Spanish Club
'49, mllicer '49, Debate Club '49, Red Cross '45, Pep Squad
-15. -46, 41.
GRANT, MARTUS ELIZABETH--Senior Band '45, '46, '47, '48,
'49, Home Economics '48, '49, Arnmniers Club '49, Office As-
GRAY, BETTY ANN-Honor Society '48, '49, oflicer '49, Hi-Y
'47, '48, '49, Hi-Y Council '49, oilicer '49, Red Cross '46, '47,
'48, '49, Forensic Society '48, '49, Spanish Club 49, F.T.A. '49,
Annual Staff '49, Student Council '45, '47, Olficc Assistant '47,
'48, '49, Junior Business Woman '49, Pep Squad '45, '46, '47,
Who's iVho '49, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Girl '49.
GREER, RICHARD Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, "A" Club '48,
'49, A Team Football '47, '48, '49, Boys' Glee Club '48, Pep
Squad '45, '46, B Team Football '45, Captain '45.
CRIGGS, JAMES FENNIMORE COOPER-Student Council '46,
Red Cross '46, B Team Basketball '47, A Team Basketball '48,
'49, "A" Club '48, '49, Pep Squad '45, '46, '47, B Team Foot-
CUNNELLS, WILLIAM LEONARD JR.-Hi-Y '48, '49, Lyre
Club '47, '48, '49, Band '45, '46, '47, '48, '49, Brass Sextet
GUNTER, PHYLLIS JANE-Student Council '46, Annual Stall'
'-I7, '48, '49, Business Manager '49, Sci-ibbler's Club '47, '48, '49,
uflicer '49, Etude Club '47, '48, '49, omcer '48, '49, Pen-A-Pal
'48, '49, olliccr '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, Spanish Club '49, omcer '49,
Pep Squad '45, '46.
HALL, BOBBY GENE
HAND, AUDREY LEE-Home Economics Club '47, '48, '49, Red
Cross '47, '48, Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, officer '49, Hi-Y Council '48,
Ollice Assistant '48, '49, F.'I'.A. '48, '49, Pen-A-Pal Club '49,
Student Council '49, Spanish Club '49, Pep Squad '46, '47, '48,
'49, Hi-Echo Staff '49, Honor Society '-49.
HANDLE, ELSIE MAE-Cheerleader '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, Forensic
Society '48, '49, Home Economics Club '47, '48, '49, Pen-A-Pal
Club '48, '49, oflicer '49, Red Cross '46, '47, '48, '49, ofhcer '47,
'48, '49, F.T.A. '48, Assistant librarian 48, Pep Squad '45, '46,
'47, '48, W'ho's R'ho '49, Annual Stall' '49,
HANDLE. HUNTER LEWIS-SHA" Club '47, '48, '49, officer '48,
'49, A Team Football '47, '48, '49, Captain '49, Track '47, '48,
'49, Boys' Clee Club '48, Pep Squad '45, '46, Red Cross '46,
ollirer '46, Class officer '47, '48, Who's who '48, '49, F.T.A,
'-18, oiliccr '48, B Tcaln Football '45, Captain '45.
IIANKS. JEAN CAhlER0NHI'Ionor Society '48, '49, F.'I'.A. '48.
'49, ollicrr '48, '49, Student Council '47, Junior Business W'olnan
'49, Library Assistant '46, '47, '48, Oilice Assistant '48.
HANSON, JEANETTE-Forensic Society '49, Home Economics
'48, '49, ollicer '49, Red Cross '48, '49, officer '49, Pen-A-Pal
'48, '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, officer '49, Hi-Y Council '49, oflicer '49,
F.T.A. '48, '49, oliicer '48, Spanish Club '49, Pep Squad 46. '47,
'48, '49, Oflice Assistant '48, '49, Who's Wlio '49,
HAYNES, MILDRED l.EONAfLihrnry Assistant '48,
HENDRIX, CHRISTINE DELORIS-Red Cross '46, Ofhcc As-
sistant '49g Pen Squad '45.
HENRY, JOHN FREDERICK-Honor Society '48, '49, oilicer '48,
Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, otiicer '49, Annual Stan' '49, Speech Club '-19:
Junior Kiwanian '49, Hi-Y Council '49, D.A.R. Good Citizen-
ship Boy '49,
HESTER, MARVIN--B Team Football '46, A Team Football '47,
'48, '49, Golf Team '47, '48, '49, B Team Basketball '47, Hi-Y
Club '47, '48, '49, "A" Club '47, 48, '49, ohicer '48: Alternate
Captain '49, Class olicer '47, '48, Annual Sla8 '49.
I-lEV.'E'l"l', BILLIE LOUISEfD.O. Club '47, '48, '-19.
HIGH, MARY NANCY-Glee Club '48, Spanish Cluh '49.
HOFFMAN, RUTH MARIE-Transferred from Alexandria High
School, Alexandria. '47, Scribbler's Club '48, '49.
HOOD, THOMAS HEAl..DfB Team Fnnlball '4S.
HOWE, NANCY RUTH--Hi-Y '48, '49, Home Economics '48, '49,
Forensic Society '48, '49, ufiicer '49, Library Assistant '47, '48,
Glce Club '47, '48, ufhcer '48,
HUFFAKER, JAMES EDW'ARD-B Te-nm Fnulball '46, Etude
INGRAM, HENRY BLACK-Honor Society '48, '49, Annual Staff
'48, '49, uditor '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, officer '49, Hi-Echo Staff '47,
Anniston Youth Chorus '49, Etudz- Club '47, '48, '49, ufiicer
'49, Forensic Society '47, '48, '49, offirer '49, Speech Club '43,
'49: .lnninr Kiwanian '49, Wh0's Who '49.
INGR.-KN, JOE RAY-Transit-rr:-d from Linevillr' High Sclmul,
Lineville, Ala., '47,
KENNEDY, DOROTHY ANN--D.0. Club '47, '48, '-19. ollicor '49,
KILGORE, TROY HUGH-Transferred from Saks Cnnlnlunily '47,
LAIRD, EMMA JANET-Transferred from Meclianiusvnllc Junior
High School, '-46.
LA TASTE, DEANA .l0iD.O. Club '47, '48, '49, oflicer '48, '49,
Rml Cross '47, '-IB.
LEYDEN, JONNI CHRISTINE-Transferred from Ponce de Leon
High School, Miami, Florirln, '47, F.T.A. '48, Hi'Y '43, '49,
Red Cross '48, Speech Club '-l-9, Forensic Society '49.
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT NEAL-Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, officer '49,
"A" Club '47, '48, '49, Track '47, '48, '49, B Team Football
'48, B Team Basketball '47, '48, A Tenn: Basketball 49, Junior
Kiwnninn '49, Honor Society '49,
LLOYD, MARY KATHRYN-Band '46, 'l-7, '48, '49, nilicvl' '-l7.
'48, Hi-Y '48, '49, F.T.A. '48, Home Economics Club '49, Real
Cross '46, Library Assistant '47, '48, Student Council '46, Hi-
Echu Staff '47, '48, '49, W'lm's Who '-19.
LUCKY, GLORIA ANN-Transferred from Brvnnu Arrndexny,
Gninosvillv, Georgia, '46, Hi-Y '48, '49, Hi-Echo '48, '49, Red
Cross '49, Spanish Club '49, Office Assistant '47, '49.
LYBRAND, J. T.-Transferred from Saks School, '47, Clue
344' Mm-CAA. MARGARET DARGAN-Hi-Y '48, '49, olliuer '49, Pen-
A-Pnl Club '48, '49, Spanish Club '49, Sf.-ribblcr's Club '48, '49,
Student Council '47, '-IH, Red Cross '46, '47, Hi-Echn '47, '48,
'49, Assistan Editor '48, Editor-in-chief '49, Stamp Club '46.
MVCARTY, MARTHA ANNE-Hi-Y '48, '49, Pen-A4i'al Club
'49: Hmne Ecnnumics Club '48, '49, Band '16,
Mr-CLUNG, WILTON LEE
IIUCULLARS, XVILLIAM WARREN-"A" Club '48, '49, Baseball
Manager '43, Hi-Y '49,
MALLORY, ROBERT GORDON-Red Cross '45, Ili-Y '47. '48,
'49, B Team Basketball '47, Spanish Club "19.
MATTHEW. JEAN ANNA-flied Cross 'lb. '-W: Heuuc- Ei-mmluivs
Club '47, '48,
IIIATTIIEW, JUNE I-IERMEANAiHumc Economics Club '4B.
XlI'I'CHEI.l.., W'ILI.IE EUGENE-Band '45, '46, Lyrc Club 'I6.
'47, '48, '49, B Team Football '47, '48, Baseball '47, '48, '49,
A Team FootbaIl"LI9, "A" Club 47, 48, -I-9.
MILLER. SARA RUTH'-Pep Squad '45, '46, '47, 11.0. Club
MONCRIEF, ALICE JOYCE-Pep Squad '45. '46, '47, Red Crass
'45, '46, '47, D.0. Club '49, Annuul Stull '-48.
MOORE, BETTY JUNE-Red Cross '49, I'cp Squad '45 '46.
'fl-7, '48, '-49.
' IOORE, JAMES FRED-"A" Club '47, '48, '49, Baseball
'47, '48, '-I9.
MOORE, NEITAiStudent Council '47, '48, '49, Hi-Y '48, '49,
Pep Squad '45, '46, '47, '48, Home Economics Club '47, '48, '49,
officer '49, Cheerlvzuler '49, Wh0's Who '47, '48, '49.
MORAN. BARBARA FRANCES-I'Ii-'I' '47, '48, '49, nflicer '48,
Spanish Club '49, Hi-Echo '47, '48, '49, Pep Squad '46, '-IT,
Transferred from Enslcy High Schoul, Binuinghaiu, Ala. '49.
MORRISON, EMMA CERALDINE-D.0. Club '48. '-19. uflii-cr
'49, Red Cross '49.
MORRISON, I'A'I'SY--I7.'I'.A. '48, '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, Rvd Crnss
'47, I'en-A-Pal Club '49, Hume Economics Club '48, '49, Ollirc
Assistant '47, '48, '49, Pep Squud '46, '47, '48, '49, Hi-Y Coun-
eil '-I-R, '-I-9.
MOSELEY, FRANCES .IENNIFERgRed Cross '45, Student
Council '46, '43, '49, D.O. Club '47, '48, 'l9.
MOZLEY, PEGGY JOYCE-Student Council '-16: Red Cross '47,
Band '46, '47, '48, '49, P1-11 Squad '46, '47, '48, '49, Hi-Y '49,
NALL, VIRGINIA ANN-Forensic Society '47, '43, '49, I'Ii-Y '48
'49, Glev Club '48, Red Cross '46, Pep Squad '46, '47, '48, '49,
NEW, RAYMOND EARNEST
OWEN, BETTY JO
PAYNE, JAMES PORTER--Pep Squad '47, '48, Red Cross '48,
Cheerleader '49, Hi-Y '49, Who's Who '49.
PILKINGTON, GLORIA DEAN--F.T.A. '48, '49, Red Cross '47,
'49, Speech Club '49, Hi-Y '49, Pep Squad '47, '48, '49, As-
sistant Librarian '48, '4-9.
PINSON, RALPH LEE-A Team Football '48, '49, "A" Club
'48, '49, Band '46, '47, '48, '49, Etude Club '48, '49, Hi-Y '48,
Student Council '45, Lyre Club '46, '47. '48, Glce Club '48, Brass
Sexlet '48, '49,
PITTS, JAMES RENAY-,Transferred from Piedmont, Ala., '48,
D.O. Club '47, '48, '49, ollicer '49.
PULLENH, JERRY YOUNG-"A" Club '48, '49, Student Council
'45, '46, B Team Football '47, A Team Football '48, '49, Base-
ball '47, Pep Squad '45, '46,
RAINWATER, WALLIS CORNELIUS-Hi-Y '48, '49, Spanish
Club '49, Pep Squad '46, '47, '48, '49.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS WILLIAM
RIGNEY, BRANDON LEROY JR.-Hi-Y '48, '49, Hi-Echo Staff
'48, '49, Ticket Squad '43, '49, Spanish Club '48, '49, Spanish
Club '49, Pep Squad '46, '47, '48, '49, Junior Kiwanian 49,
Honor Society '49,
ROHRMAN, BETTY .IO--Clee Club '46, '47, F.T.A. '49, Scrib-
bler's Club '49.
RUTLEDGE, GEORGE MARVIN-Band '45, B Team Football
'45, A Team Football '46, '47, '48, '49, "A" Club '46, '-1-7, '48,
'49, Stamp Club '45, Red Cross '45, Student Council '48, '49,
officer '49, Class officer '47, Baseball '46, '47. '48, '49, Manager
'46, Hi-Y '46, '47, '48, '49, officer '48, '49, Hi-Y Council '48,
'49, Wl1o's Who '49, Spanish Club 49.
SCULLY, MARY LOUISE-Pep Squad '46, '47, Red Cross '46,
Student Council '46, '47, Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, Spanish Club '49,
Who's Wlto '47, '48, Hi-Echo Staff '47, '48, '49, Glee Club '48.
SMITH, EDDIE MAE-Hi-Y '48, '49.
SMITH, FAY-Speech Club '48, '49, officer '49, F.T.A. '48, '49,
Annual Stal? '47, '48, Ollice Assistant '47, Honor Society '49.
SMITH, FAYE RUTH-Red cms '4s.
SMITH, THOMAS KEITH-Transferred from Cottonwood High
SNIDER, BILLY HORACE-"A" Club '48, '49, Class officer '48,
A Team Basketball '49, Track '48, '49, Student Council '47, '48,
'49, officer '-49.
SPARKS, HOMER C.-"A" Club '47, '48, '49, Hi-Y '47, '48,
'49, officer '49, Band '45, '46, '47, '48, '49, ofiicer '48, '49, Who's
Wfho '46, 47, Hi-Y Council '48, '49, officer '49, Etude Club '49,
Lyre Club '47, '48, '49, Red Cross '46, '47, Baseball '49, Baseball
Manager '46, Spanish Club '49, officer '49.
STITT. MARY CHARLOTTE-Transferred from Handley High
School, Roanoke, Ala., '45, Home Economics '48, '49.
STEYVART, JOSEPH LATHAM-"A" Club '48, '49, B Team B38-
ketball '47, A Team Basketball '48, '49, B Team Football '4-7.
STOCKWELL, ROSELYN DOLORES-Transferred from Talladega
High School, Talladega, Ala., '47, Hi-Y '49.
STONECIPHER, CHARLES NATHANIEL
SUITS, MILDRED JANE-Pep Squad '46, '47, '48, '49,
SUTLEY, CARLII-I JEAN-Red Cross '45, Student Council '4B.
TALLEY, PENNY MARGIE--Red Cross '46, '47, '48, Student
Council '48, '49, D.0. Club '48, '49.
THIGPEN, JAMES CHARLES-Who's Who '45, '49, Band '45,
'46, Lyre Club '45, '46, '47, '48, officer '47, A Team Football '48,
'49, "A" Club '48, '49, Hi-Y '-19.
THOMPSON, CHRISTINE-Hi-Y '-18.
THRASH, TOM ALLEN
THRASHER, MARTHA ANN-Hi-Echo '47, '48, '49, Annual
Staff '48, '49, Forensic Society '47, '48, '49, Ushers' Club '48,
'49, Girls Ensemble '48, Glee Club '48, Hi-Y '49, Etude Club
'49, Assistant Librarian '47, '48, '49, Pep Squad '45, '46, '47.
TIBBITTS, SARA MARION-F.T.A. '49, Hi-Y '49.
TOLLESON, BETTY SUE-I-'.T.A. '49, Pen-A-Pal '49, Home
Economics Club '49, Home Economics Club '49, Hi-Y '-1-9.
TRIPLETT, CLARA NAN-Honor Society '48, '49, Hi-Y, '48,
'49, ofliucr '49, Annual Staff '46, '47, '48, '49, Assistant Editor
'49, Student Council '46, '49, officer '49, Red Cross '46, Scrib-
blers Club '47, '48, '49, oflicer '49, Forensic Society '48, Glee
Club '48, Office Assistant '48, Etude Club '49, F.T.A. '48, '49,
Spanish Club '49, Who'a Yvho '48, '49, Junior Business W'om-
TRIPLETT, THOMAS KNOX-"A" Club '48, '49, B Team Foot-
ball '4-7, A Team Football '48, '49, Track '47, '43, '49.
TUGGLIC, JANE ELIZABETH-Transferred lroln Talladega High
Sn-huol, Talladega, Ala., '48, Home Economics Club '49, Hi-Y '49.
UNDERIVOOD, EARL PRICE
WAIJIJELL, MARY JAC-Ushers' Club '47, '48, '49, offiuer '48:
lfurensiv Society '-LT, '-18, '-l9, ullicer '48, 'fl9g Spanish Club 5193
Slutlrnl Cuunuil 'l9g F.'l'.A. '49, Hi-Y '49, Pep Squad.
YVAIJDY, SHIRLEY JEAN--Scribblers Club '47, '48, '-l9g Hi-Y
'-IB. '49, ullir-er '49, Fen-A-Pnl Club '48. '49, otlicvr '49g S-punish
Cluh '-19: Hi-Echo Staff '47, '48, '-19g Ollice Assistant '49, Pep
Sqnaal '46, '-I7.
WALTERS, JOE FRANK--B Teuln Funllmull '47, B Team F001-
bull Manager '48,
WAUCH, ANN LOYELLA-F.T.A. 'll-95 Hi-Y '49, Honor Society
WIIiLlA'MS, ANN HUNTIQL-Hi-Y '48, '49g Scribhlers Club '48.
R-197 Phi-Chem Clul: 'flllg .Spanish Club 5393 Hi-Echo Stall '47, '48,
'49, Feature Editur '49g Pep Squad '45, '46, '47g Student Council
'45, '48g Honor Society '49,
WILLIAMS, FORREST HUNTER-Hi-Y '-195 Spanish Club '49g
Junior Kiwanian '49.
WILLINGHAM, MARY GUSSIE-Student Council '48, F.T.A.
'49g Pen-A-Pal '49g Hi-Y '49. '
WRIGHT, NINA JEWELL-F.T.A. '49g Hi-Y '49, Pep Squad '47.
YEACER, VIRGINIA RUTH-Glee Club '45g Red Crpss '46, '-lf?
'48, oHicer '47, '48g Hi-Y '47, '4B: Scribblers Club '47, '48
officer '-18g I".T.A. '47, '48, officer '48, Honor Society '48, '49
Junior Business Woman '49.
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First rout: Peggy Ann Hughes, Ruth Comer, jackie Cole, Billy Jo Gray. Eleanor Harmon, Barbara Huddleston, Pat Henderson. Rose
Holland, Betty Gearhart, jane Edwards, Betty Wilkinson, Sue Hebson, Jean Godwin, Elizabeth Glenn., . . Second row: Ollie Randle.
Yliynell Dempsey, Virginia Gunnells, Norma jean Harris, Frances Gay, Bobbie jean Howard, Vernon Crossley, Rogers Hollingsworth,
Clyde Harris, Wallace Gunnells, jimmy Havron. Bobbie Groover, Billie joan Cockrell, Helen Chastain .... Thirzl row: Mary Holbrook.
Terry Dugas, Alva C-lemming, Nellie lfeazell, Rita Fowler, Bobby Goode, Hal Cochran, Thomas Cotteu, jack Cash, Donald Elwell,
Ernest Frady, Don Dennis, Billy Feazell, Douglas Clopton .... Fourth ron-: Geneva Hinds, Joyce Ann Gunn, Arleigh Davis, Betty jo
Haynes. Roddy Grant, Thomas Craft, Jimmy Garrett, Charles Horn, Royce Harper, Jimmy Fite, Billy Ferguson. Bobby Crow, Ken-
Firsl row: joyce Herndon, I-'loy jo Tolleson, Ann Ponder, Peggy Thornton, Barbara Shaddix, Margaret Turner, Nelda WVade, Joyce
XVhatley .... Second row: Barbara Young, Louise Sutnmerlin, Mary Wein, Laquita WValke1', Joyce Wilkerson, Betty Moon, Pat Hen-
dricks, Betty Willingham, john Leyden .... Third row: Buddy White, Marvin Van X'Vonderham, Frank Mickle, WVhit Whiteside, Lyl-
don Strickland, Ronald Walker. Earl WVaugh, james Taylor .... Fourth row: jack Winheld, Billy Timmons, Gene Stedham, Bob
Kimbrough, Horace Mundy, Billy Ray Stevens, George Wingard.
First row: Betty Jo Sasanett, Betty Sue Reynolds, Dorthy Lee, Mitz McPherson, Paula Knowlton, Jaudon Hunter, Rachel Knight, Eliza
beth Halloway, Joyce Silar, James Lipsey, Elton Jones, Francis Ingram . . . Seroncl row: Myra Smith. Jimmie Sue Starr Harriett Hub
bard, Frances Smith, Edna Earl Stewart, Anita Rains, Maisie Robinette, Jean McCary, Bernice McKleroy, Harold Silas, Billy Reaves,
Ronald Hubbard .... Tlurd rom: Barbara Smith, Elizabeth Richardson, Jennie Lee Howell, Mary Jean Sikorski, Joyce Mangham
Patsy Magaha, Margaret Stedham, Blister Simpson, Gerald Sellers, John David Saxon, Toby Roberts, Ralph Shoemaker, Otis Smith
. . . Fourth rom: Buddy Townsend, Harold Willingham, Alfred Carter, Geor e Keech, A. ' R l ll R
g aton anta , ay Reese, Malcom Shelton,
Billy Smith, Billy Stewart, Jimmy Lane, Earnest Kangelos.
First row: Betty Baxter, Mary Cater, Josephine Young, Pat Cain, Martha Wimpee, Barbara Arnold, Patsy Allen, Betty Butterworth,
Peggy Watson, Phoebe lflloods, Nancy Brown. Joann Word, Barbara Bell ..... S econd row: Harry Weatherly, Martha Sheaflee, WVanda
Watson, Peggy Ledbetter, Charlsie Zaner, Betty Burgess, Logene Brown, Ann Waters, Phillip Jenkins, Sonny Statom, Roy Watts, Pat
Bleibaum, Joanne Wright, Charlotte Worsham .... Third row: Douglas Christopher, Jimmy Reaves, Dennis Whitman, Lloyd Brinkley,
Mary Yeager, Doris Vaughn, Eli Bell, Harry Butler, Billy Thompson, George Robinson, Billy Allinder, Wlayne Ward, Milton Wigley.
. . . Fourlh row: Ralph Youngblood. Richard Trammell, Billy Story, James Anderson, Bobby Baily, Carl Anderson. Flavis Burrows,
Major Cannon, James Cannon, Jimmy Taylor, Harold Xllells, George Bennett, Frank Yancey.
First row: Barbara Hames, Margie Harrison ' iamilton, Lula Mosely, Mary Frances Hamilton, Mary Gillam, Peggy O'Quinn,
Joanne Herndon. Willie Proctor, Nancy Pearce .... Secon rou. obert Pierce, Bobby Haynes, Marie Martin, Betty Sue Guthery, Joyce
Moon, Mary Parker, Marie Griiiin, Joanne Gillum, Mavis Harvel, Bobby Hendricks, Charles Green, Gene Mullendore .... Third row:
Joe Hendricks, Paul Methvin, "D" Higginbotham, Teddy Papaspiros, Ted Gilmer, Charles Gilmer, F. E. Martin, Herman Higginbotham,
Ray Moore, Arthur Hill. Virgil Harper, Johnny Hamilton .... Fourth row: Jimmy Henderson, Dan Hensley, Ivie Parsons, Ray Ponder,
Forbes Privett, Hubert Miller. Billy Moon, Arnold Pruitt, Jimmy Pate, Kenneth Davis, Dan House, Tommy Nolen, Billy Morrow.
First row: Joyce Crow, Shirley Curlee. Jerry Davis, Marie Frazier, Mary Ruth Finley, Bobbie Jean George, Mary Julia Ford, Lottie Mae
Ford .... Sammi row: lflorene Daugherty, Mildred Dover, Howard Frey, Milton Ford. Larry Duke, James Gilbert, Hazel Dickerson,
Mary Alice lilliot ,...' I 'lzird rou': Catherine Cunningham, Helen Cunningham, Felton Clark, Donald Frazier, Bobby Dishman, Wil-
liam Gerald Clark, Bobby Dillard, Hazel Dean.
First row: Vernell Messer, Frankie Liner, Joyce Mize, Margie Kidd, Willa Dean Lakey, Svlvia Holland, Lenora Hollingsworth, Mary
Hurt .... Second row: Mary Lee McPherson, Ann Linsey, Patsy Lumpkin, joy Little, Ruth 1,insEQf Siiirley Hood, Sue Holland, Hara
riet Mallard, Marlene McClellan, Alice McCall .... Third row: Douglas Martin, Bill Monroe, Barry johnson, Peggy jackson, Vivian
Kimbrought, jo Ann Lee, Elizabeth Mickle, Bobby Hubbard, Paul Logan, Harvey Clyde Lore, Richard Miller .... Fourth row: Billy
johnson, Harry Mohlmann, George Huckaby, Donald Huston, Albert Johnson, Morgan Kerr, Franklin Lee, Richard Mizes, George
Longshore, Bobby McDill.
Firsl row: Arvid Wahlquist, Norma jean Graham, Nell Harper, Doris Yarbrough, Barbara Luck, Ann Floyd, Betty Goodman, Miller
Weatherly, Virgil Young .... Semnd row: Peggy French, Carolyn Fite. Dottie Hicks, Mary Ann Hitt, Ann Fite, Betty Lou Gardner,
Peggy Handle, Billy Thornton, Jacque Thompson .... Third row: Bobbie jean Turner, Janice Thornton, Carol Wisscndanger, Char-
lotlc Wright, Flora Gilmer, Nancy Grant, Henry Wingard, Douglas Thompson, Buddy Jamison .... Fourlh row: Ronald Grant, Doug-
las Williams, Jessie Gable, Thomas Cannon, james Van Wonderham, Carl Vann, George Whitlock, james Wesson, James Warren,
, Norman lVilliams, Howard Harmon.
First row: Doris Burns, Clara jo Paris, Eleanor Noble, jerry Nelson, Barbara Blount, Betty jean Avery, Barbara Averill, Merry Lou
Arthur, Betty Bennett, Ann Pitts, Dot Aaron .... Second rim-: Margie Acker, Majorie Reynolds, Rosa Ann Owens. Barbara Blakely, Carol
Moore. Barbara Pavlock. Nettie Mae Brown. Carol Brooks, Doris Bean. Ruth Reeves .... Third row: Floyd Tucker, Clyde Perry, Bobby
Broom, Betty Baker, Betty Qninelle, Evelyn Owen, jnanita Robinette, Peggy Anderson, Aaron Bentiey, Kenneth Allen, George Box.
Charles Bancroft .... Fourth rmv: Richard Phillips, Clillord Perkins, Charlie Adcock, Doice Nolcn, Chris Banister, john Perkins,
Clarence Pate, Clarence Potts, Max Rogers, Hal Roberts,
First row: joyce Smith, Audry Stewart, Mozell Danghterly, Pat Shelton, Mary Ann Chaflin. jane Simmons, Larenia Ezell, Margery Clark,
Ann Cockrell, Elizabeth Scrnbbs. Margaret Ann Slnith ..... S' vrond row: Lewis Cash, Ronald Crossley, Nell Stubblefleld, Martha Ann
Davenport, Mary Ann Dean, Mary Joyce, NVilliams, Eunice Scully, Carol Tanner, Sara Davidson, Myrele Summers, Norman Stonecipher,
Bohhy Smith .... Third row: Boyce Christopher, ,Bobby Champion, Ralph Thomas, Janis Carter, Sara Craft. Marlene Deason, Morris
C1lark,j0hn Sims, Ronnie Smith, Bobby Stanneld, George Creig, Neutie Simmons .... Fourth row: Bobby Davis, Charles Corbin, Billy
Davis, Mickey Stewart, Billy Creaton, Erskine Chambers, john Thomas. Charles Ray Thomas, Fred Craft. Kenneth Shaddix, Billy Scott,
Harold Craft, Howard Skinner.
Firsl row: Virginia Weatson. JoAnn X'VrighL, Josephine Hlright, Elizabeth lvright, Hoyt Wood, Clyde Yarbrough, Dudley Xtllright, Mil-
dred X'Vigley, Pat Hlright, Betty Louise lA7illiams, Donald Henley, Douglas Kelly .... Second row: Betty Jo NVilson. Deborah Hughes,
Hawanna House, Margaret Watkins, Janet YVilliamson, Heather Jenkins, Horace llfoods, Rita Young, John Hollaway, Bobby Hlest, Ben
NVebb, Jesse James, Bobby YVhite, Sybil l-Vooten .... Third row: Lamar Kilgore, Ann Helton, Jane Young, Margaret Hull, Edna
Heneuy, Jerry Ann Hassell, Dick Weaver, Ronny Hicks, Phyllis Nvalkers, Joyce NVoods, Joanne Jackson, Barbara Johnson, Billy VVarnock,
Ray Watson .... Fourth mzv: Alys Harwell, Mary Joyce Williams, Mary Sue 'Wright, Ann Williams. Harold Holland, James King.
Lamar Israel, Robert Homesly, Bobby Harvel, Leroy Wilborn. Wallace Wilderson, Archie Jenks. Jerry Kilgore, Lautlen Kent.
First -row: Billie Sue MeDill, Joann McGinnis, Johanna Prince, Forney McClellan, Jim Moon, Donald Mundy, Charles McDonald,
George Rowan, James McDonald, Bobby Mange, Billy Putman, Crawford Perkins, Joene McKee, Elsie Messer ..... S vcourl roam' Bar-
bara Ray, Helen Rich, Joyce Powell, Gwen Pope, Lou Livingston, Sally McGraw, Helen Long, Joe Parrott, Jane Mclileroy, Marcia
O'Shields, Sue Bette Shelby, Jane Scruggs, Hazel McCartney, Helen Ann McKee, Betty Mathew .... Third row: Sara Putman, Helen
Ruth New. Julia Rowan. Lila Jo Mays, Annie I.ce Sams, Evangeline Nicllopou Los, Margie Phillips, Betty Neivelle, Pat Reid. Yvonne
Shaddix, Faye Rainwater. Ina Martin, Billy Marshall, John Morton, Nina 'Moss .... Fourth row: Hulan Pate, Billy Lelklasters,
Charles Nelson, Leroy Nunnally, Sonny Isarel, Bobby Mcilrelles, Jimmy McMillan, John lNlcCreles, Stanley Pendergrass, Eugene Lin-
insparker, Jimmy O'Quinn, Robert Payne, Ray Morrison, Billie Jean Lindley.
First row: Lloyd Harris, Phillip Hamilton, Bill Triplett. Alice Lee Thompson, Mavis Duke, Betty Lou Stewart, Nancy Goode, Mary
Harris, Norma Thomas, Grace Taylor, Joyce Shurbett. Peggy Xvalls, jimmy Thomas, Lynn Shelton, Tommy Frency, T. L. Finley. . . .
Ser-ond row: Ronald Harmon, Carol Stevens, Betty Sue Walker, Sandra Taylor, Dot Smith, Helen jane Stevens, Audrey Dutton, Peggy
Hall, Kay Green, Doris lfiquett. Dewayne Short, Lamar Simpson, Raymond Harper, Richard Harrison, Robert Thompson, l'Vayne Free-
man .... Third rozv: Karen Spong. Doris Taylor, jean Waldrep, jo Ann Story, Jo Ann Gober, Ilene Fordham, John Gilbert james
Edwards, Shirley Fagan, Monroe Thomas, Carl Gladen, jerry Gilmer. James Herndon .... Fourth row: Charles Gannon, David
Grillis, Floyd Tucker, Charles Swan, Donald Taylor, Bobby Hamilton, Leon Drigger, Bill Fraizcr, Kenneth lyagner, Herschel Gann,
Carl Taylor, jimmy joe Waldrep.
First row: Bucky Cater, Lamar Denkins, Larry Adcock, Mary Edna Davis, Pat Brown, Ann Carter, Vera Cotey, Lida Cobbs, Sybil
Clark, Marine Bell, Agnes Bowling, Doris Bijon, Jerry Arnold, George Coats, Alton Allen .... Second row: Bill Brazelton, Eugene
Chauncey, Carolyn Doss, Gail Blunt, Gail Butterworth, Catherine Drain, Patsy Curry, Ann Coleman, Barbara Davis, Mary Sue Dickey,
Alta Anderson, Edna Acker, Jewell Cannon, Vivian Dew, Bobbie Cogans, Dick Weaver, Billy Burchhcld .... Third row: Russell Bryant,
joe Claghorne, Mary Chaveis, Magnolia Carter, james Brannon, Aaron Beal, Henton Bentley, Tommy Butler, Martha Drake, Greta
Davison, Norma Jean Brown, Lewis Carroll, Billy joe Cheek, Billy Carter, Annette Borroughs, Jeanette Ashley .... Fourth row: Gene
Coley, john Morris, Frank Carlisle, Billy Chappell, Boyd Craven, David Comer, Billy Ashler, Ralph Alexander, Wvilliam Brackney, Glen
Abernathy, jimmy Boyd, Brandy Ayers, Paul Clemmens, jerry Cole.
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Miss FULLER INGRAM GUNTER
HENRY INGRAM .,.... Editor
NAN TRIPLETT , , . AssistantEdito'r
PHYLLIS GUNTER . I . Business ll4fl7Zl1g6T
JANE EDWVARDS . Asst.BusinessManage1'
LUCILLE FULLER ...., Sponsor
Henry Ingram, Rose Holland, Rachel
Knight, jimmy Garrett, joan Holland,
Vivian Killebrew, Margie Harrison, Elsie
Handle, Carol Tanner, John Henry,
Marilyn Brittain, Shirley Curlee, Betty
Ann Gray, Sue Hebson, Johnny Blue,
Helen Meigs, Marvin Hester, Nan Trip-
R. HOLLAND KNIGHT
KILLIIBREXV HARRISON A
BRITTAIN ' CURLEE
Phyllis Gunter, jane Edwards, Ann
Thrasher, Sylvia Holland, Josephine
G Ankriri J, l'IOI.I.AN ll
VVell, another year has passed and with that, a new
annual. Yes, we've done it again. Your HOUR GLASS Staff
members have worked hard for nine months to put out
On these pages you will find the members and sponsor
who have struggled through magazines and annual sales.
It has been a big job hnancing and publishing this book,
and it's all for you. WVe appreciate the co-operation from
the students and hope you will enjoy your 1949 annual.
VV'e appreciate the work our sponsor, Miss Fuller, has
done in helping us with this annual.
As you turn through these pages you hnd life pictured as
it is lived here at A.H.S. You will see the activities, features,
sports, studies, and daily events that were so thrilling.
S. I-Ifbl.LANu Wuxmrr
DI-ZAN HAND BAIi.r:v lSHNNm'r Hmm rox
The Hi-Echo, which is published monthly for our benefit, is
one of the most eagerly anticipated things in our school life. The
paper has been constantly aiming toward perfection since its
re-publication after a long absence in 1947, and is now recognized
as one of the best high school papers in the South. The staff is
chosen for their journalistic and writing ability, and they must
compose a theme on some interesting subject, to be considered,
before being accepted. These people meet each day in room 303,
seventh period, and under the competent direction of their spon-
sor, Mrs. Nichols, have done and are doing a very fine job. I'ni
sure that everyone will join me in wishing the Hi-Echo even
greater success in the coming year.
Gmunmwr NEAL HU'l'Cl1lSON HM xox
Hll.l. CLARK RI:AvI:s HAvRoN
IYIARGARET NICCAA .,A.. Editor
-IRAN GODWIN . . . Assistant Editor
ANN Hl1N1'ER YVILLIAMS . Feature Editor
DON RIGNEY , , . Business Editor
BARBARA LYBRAND , , Activity Editor
I - NIARY YVEIN A . Society Editor
NIIN1 HAvRoN . , Spo1'tsEditoo'
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ScIIoLz DURRETI Sc:uLI.x' THRASIIER JACKSON
Firslirow: Vivian Killebrew, Nan Triplett. Joan Holland, Arvid Mlahlqnist, Richard Coleman, Mildred llfiggley, Mary Ruth Finnely,
Peggy O'Quinn, Peggy Handle. Carol jones, Barbara Pavlock .... Second row: Lloyd Brinkley, VVanda Watson, Harriett Hubbard, Jo
Ann Hannon, Betty jo Sasnett, Betty Neville, Margie Talley, Audrey Hand, Nancy Howe, Joyce Allen, Ralph Alexander .... Thi-rd
row: Ernest Frady. Francis Smith, Floyd Bennett, Babs Blakely, Billy Snider, Mary Francis Hamilton, Mr. Nash, Neita Moore, Buddy
Rutledge, Mary Jae Waddell. I
JOAN HOLLAND , . President
BUDDY RUTLEDGE . V. President
NAN TRIPLET1' . . . Secretary
BILLY SNIDER , . Treasurer
Meeting in Room 309 every Monday afternoon,
the members of the Student Council have put
forth some real effort to achieve the purpose of
the organization, which is to secure closer co-
operation among the school organizations, be-
tween the faculty and students, and between the
school and the community. Demonstrations of
this effort have been seen in the sponsoring of
buses to the out-of-town football games, the pre-
senting of P.T.A. programs, and the sponsoring
of dances. The real result of our efforts in the
lively discussions, the questions and answers, and
the suggestions from A to Z, may not be noted:
but the members of the Council feel that some-
thing was accomplished.
This year, for the Hrst time, a delegate was
sent to the State Convention of Student Councils.
lfVe believe that our future Councils will benefit
from this experience. We believe that a good
student government is desirable and well worth
Sponsor President Vice .President Secretary an rl Treasurer
Helcn File, Ann YVaugh, Virginia Yeager, joan Holland, Don Rigney, Bob Livingston, Sadie Gibson, Jean Hanks, Audrey Hand,
Henry Ingram, Faye Smith. Paula Combs, Margarctt Durrett, Ann Hunter Williams, Nan Triplett, Mrs. Brummel, John Henry, Betty
Ann Gray, Joyce Allen.
Spring Induction: Jeanette Hanson, Margaret McCaa, Betty Jo Rohrman, Hunter Xvilliams, Virginia Nall, Vivian Killcbrew, Rose
Holland, Betty jean Aderholdt, james Taylor, Joyce Whatley, Harriett Mohlmann, Barbara Huddleston, Norma Jean Harris, Anne
Hutchinson, Margaret Ann Snoddy. Q
At a very dignified and impressive candlelight ceremony held once each semester, five per cent of the Junior
and Senior Classes are inducted into the National Honor Society. The students chosen are all in the upper brac-
kets of their classes and are chosen by the faculty on points of Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service,
and on activity points given according to participation in school affairs.
The audience is kept in suspense and anticipation as the old members march down the aisle to "Pomp and Cir-
cunistancen and "Largo" to tap those chosen. Those inducted, as well as the ones left in the audience, all agree
with the president as he says:
"Upon these students we bestow
The greatest honor that we know."
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OFFICERS The Virginia Ordway chapter of the Girls'
Hi-Y has been very active this year, living up to
' its ideals of Christian life. Each girl excellently
fJHARL0'1"l'FDHAN carries out her part in every activity. Their
Pre-Wdent. meetings inspire the girls to a better moral and
spiritual life. ln each meeting the members
heneht much by meeting together in a con-
First Vice President
NAN TR1PLm'r , , I h
Second Vice Pres,-dem Thisqyear the'club had as its service project,
organizing a Girls' Hx-Y chapter at Calhoun
MARGARET MCCAA County High School, the first Hi-Y chapter
Secretary formed in Oxford. Another project was to collect
IRAN XNAADY clothes for needy families from the various
- Tlreasmm, schools in the city system at Thanksgiving.
Each thing that they learn in Hi-Y work, the
girls will carry with them down life's path.
Chapter GI r I S
Fiozst row: Charlotte Dean, Wilma Btaswell, Ann Broadnax, Jean Godwin, Barbara Haynes, Mary Kathryn Lloyd, Rose Lee La Taste,
Martha McCarty, Christine Leyden, Betty Gearhart .... Second row: Nan Triplett, Peggy Watson, Mitzie McPherson, Robinell Neal,
Jeanette Shook, Betty Burgess, Martha Ann Wixnpee, Cl,lilt:l9xLtC NVorsham, Lulu Mosely, Virginia Craig, Jeanette Hanson .... Third
rozu: Ora Mae Owens, Keitha Carter, Macy Carter, Francis Smith, Mary Gussie Willingham, Bert Roberts, Floy jo Tolleson, jo Ann
McDowell, Bobbie Groover, Nancy Howe, Betty Alloway .... Fourth row: Margaret McCaa, Neita Moore, Mary Lou Scully, jean
Waddy, Ann Hunter Williams, Diana Cole, Gloria Pilkington, Helen File, Nellie lfeazel, Vivian Killebrew, Helen Chastain, Miss
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First row: jane Edwards. Betty WVilkinson, Rose Holland, Marilyn Brittain, Elizabeth Glenn, Sue Hebson, Margie Hamilton, Barbara
Huddlestou .... Second row: joan Holland, Audrey Hand, Sadie Gibson, Catherine Bailey, Kathryn Brown, Delores Miller, Barbara
Oswalt,hLa Verna Carter, Mary Eleanor jones .... Third row: Margaret Dnrrett, Nancy Brown, Joanne Wvright, Eddie Mae Smith,
Edith Craft, Peggy Mozely, Virginia Nall, Patsy Morrison, Phyllis Gunter, Gloria Lucky .... Fourth rozu: Mrs. Mclleters, Christine
Thompson, Pat Cain, Ann Coleman, Louise Cromer, Ann Wllaugh, Leah Bonds, Betty Lee Cockrell, George Ann Davenport, Elsie Handle,
H I-Y s Lucile Cleveland
lXIARGARET DURRET1' . President
IOAN HOLLAND . Vice President
SAmE Lou GmsoN . Secretary
' Animas' HAND . , Treasurer
Gicoaciz ANN IJAVENPORT
The Lucille H. Cleveland chapter of the Girls'
Hi-Y has been organized for only two years, but
in that short time the members have proved to
be hard workers who are willing to do what they
are called upon to do. The club has had several
service projects, all of which have been com-
Under the splendid leadership of our new
sponsor, Mrs. McPeters, the activities of the
group are progressing nicely. Each member is
striving to do her part to - "create, maintain and
extend throughout the school and community,
higher standards of Christian Character."
MARY JAC WADDELL , President
PAULA Comes . Vire President
BARBARA Snotrz A , Secretary
JEAN CURRY . . Treasurer
This chapter of the Girls' Hi-Y is brand new.
lt was organized at the beginning ol 1949. The
chapter has a line opportunity to prove its ability
along with the other chapters of the Hi-Y. Cer-
tainly its members can uphold the fine standards
already set by Hi-Y. They have started off the
new year with a "bang," and we are expecting
Kathleen Brummel Chapter
First row: Peggy O'Quinn, Jerry Davis, Margie Harrison, Qhirley Curlee, Mary Frances Hamilton, Barbara Sholtz, Billie Lou Vanccl,
Betty Barnes, Joyce Sillas ..... S 'rr-ond row: Harriett Htibbard, Harriett lt-Ioblmann, Xvanda Watson, Joann Hannon, Barbara Young,
Cbarlsie Zaner, Norma Jean Fordhagn, Jandon Hunter, Peggy Watson .... Third row: Nancy Pierce, Jean NIcCarey, Joyce WVadc,
Peggy Joan Smith, Betty Moon, Jean Curry, Mary Jac Waddell, Paula Combs, Ann Thrasher, Betty Landers .... Fourth row: Rita
Fowler, Nina Wright, Sara Tibbits, Betty Sue Tolleson, Jane Tuggle, Joyce Gunn, Mary Jo Sams, Betty Nell Willingham, Jimmie Sue
Starr, Sue McLain, Martha Blackmon.
Secretary and Treasurer
The Anniston Hi-Y Council was organized in
the fall of 1947. lNith five Hi-Y Club chapters
it seemed wise to have some means of coordinat-
ing Hi-Y Club activities. The council includes
the president and vice president of each Hi-Y
Club chapter and two other elected representa-
tives of each chapter. Adult advisers and local
YMCA secretaries related to I-Ii-Y work are also
members of the Hi-Y Council.
The purpose of the Hi-Y Council is to unify
the work of the participating Hi-Y Club chap-
ters, to sponsor inter-club projects, to develop
standards ol' good club practices, to assist with
the organization of new Hi-Y Clubs, and to make
suggestions that will benefit chapters represented
in the Council.
Through the Hi-Y Council there has been de-
veloped an improved procedure for receiving
students into Hi-Y membership. In this plan is
included a Hi-Y training course for prospective
members. The council has conducted two train-
Through the council several service projects
have been carried out. Other activities of the
Hi-Y Council have included coordination of fund
raising for Hi-Y projects, organization of a new
Hi-Y Club chapter in Anniston High School, and
assistance with organization of two Hi-Y Clubs
in Calhoun County High School in Oxford. A
Hi-Y Alumni meeting was held during the Christ-
mas holidays, and a tea in honor of Miss Ordway
Inst ron Carlton Barnes, Homer Sparks, Jimmy Thrash .... Second I'0i'll.' Patsy lKIorrison, Jennelle Hanson, Buddy Rutledge, Keitha
Cartel Iohnny Blue, Margaret Durrett, Charlotte Dean, Floyd Bennett, John Austin Cater, Paul Alexander, john Henry.
fs X is .sfs:,vN5. ' '- V
The George Neely Hi-Y chapter which was the
first Hi-Y Club in school has helped in the or-
ganization of new Hi-Y chapters and the Hi-Y
In addition to helping newer clubs get started,
the George Neely chapter has also sponsored
holiday baskets for underprivileged families and
a general Safety Campaign for the school. Yes,
this club has really helped to - "create, maintain,
and extend, throughout the school and commu-
nity, higher standards of Christian Character."
George Neely Chapter
JOHNNY BLUE . . . Presiderit
JIINIBIY 'THRASH . Vice President
BUDDY RUTLEIJGE , , Secretary
FLOYD BENNETT A . Treasurer
HENRY INGRAM . , Chaplain
First row: Robert Pierce, jimmy Reaves, Neal Rainwater, Lloyd Brinkley, Floyd Bennett, Marvin Hester, Sa,rg1nLy4MeA.neny, Richard
Little, james Rouse .... Seroml rnzv: Henry Ingram, Paul Alexander. Louie Bowling, Dan Hensley, Buster Simpson, Kenneth Davis,
Johnny Starr, john McGinnis, Felton Clark, Sonny Statom, jimmy Nunnelly .... Third row: Rogers Hollingsworth, Ronny Walker,
Dan House, Tommy Nolen, Charles Bennett, Jimmy Jordon, Charles LeCroy, Buddy 'White, Buddy Rutledge, Hunter Handle, Bobby
Blakely .... Fourth row: Johnny Blue, jimmy Thrash, Billy Ray Stevens,QCeci1 Miller, jimmy Garrett, Bobby Bailey, Thomas Craft,
Charles Horn, jack X-Vinlielcl.
First row: Harr.y Weatherly, Lamar Jones, Pete Lumpkin. Robert Lelfoy, Harold Willingham, Gene Stedham, jerry jackson, Brooks
johnson, Bobby Goode, Phillip jenkins .... Serond row: Charles Hackney, jerry Anchors, jimmy McCullars, Jimmy Payne, Don
Rigney, Wetherell Eros, Bob Livingston. Ray Moore, john Austin Cater, jimmy Thigpen, Willard Evans .... Third row: Homer Sparks,
john Henry, Ivy jarsons, John Allen Powers, Bobby Dishman, Lyldon Strickland, Earl l'Vaugh, Jimmy Haveron, Gordon Mallory,
Buddy Jamison, Tommy Harris .... Fourth row: Dick Greer, Carlton Barnes. Wallace Gunnells, Don Dennis, john Shirley, George
Mfingard, Julian jenkins, Arnold Pruitt, Billy Gunnells, Hunter Yvllliams.
"Clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship
and a clean life" is the platform of this club. This
group ol boys has done much to improve our
school and community through such fine deeds
as sponsoring "go to church" campaigns and
"clean speech" campaigns, collecting clothing for
needy families, collecting food for Thanksgiving
lood boxes, as well as doing much to help the
needy overseas through the lflforld Youth Fund.
Interested in bettering themselves morally and
intellectually, the members of the club invited
intelligent, high-principled men of Anniston to
talk to them in the hope that they can be in-
spired to be better persons now and in the future.
By meeting together every week and taking part
in the work of the club, each boy learns to be
tolerant, and to make life happier for others by
doing unsellish Christian acts.
CARLTON BARNES . . President
HOMER SPARRs , Vice President
B013 LIVINGSTON . . Secretary
JERRY ANCHORS . , Treasurer
JOHN HENRY . . . Chaplain
C, Hal Cleveland Chapter
Firsl rozv: Paula Borden, joycc Herndon, Dena Jo IaT1ste Ann Ponder Iickie Bracknell B'nba1'1 Shaddo. S111 Messer joy cc Mon
cricf .... Second raw: Mrs. Mcl'eters, Dorothy Kennedy louise Newsome l"1t HCllClllX Oilne Dc in Xustln C Ll'lldll'lC Morrison uha
Potts, Marjie Talley, Mary Sue Blackmon .... Tlmfl mu Claienct Nlitkxns David Austin CUIIIOII laulltnci ames Pitts H01 ice
Mundy, Boyce Callahan Bobby Xshley jack Ldinondson kenneth Conway
,IERRY NIORRISON . . Presideizt
JAMES PITTS , , Vive P'l'CSI'd6I1l
Do'r K1zNN1am' , . , Sccretn-ry
DENA .Io LA TASTE , T1'easz1re'r
The Diversified Occupation Club promotes
civic intelligence and works for better vocational
guidance in school and in the community. The
club also does much to encourage the develop'
ment of desirable social habits and leadership
At the beginning of each year, a plan is made
to include various types of meetings, such as
educational, social or competitive meetings, Each
club is affiliated with the state D.O. Club, and
several representatives are sent to the state con-
vention each year. At the convention the members
enjoy good fellowship and many social events.
First rum' Nan Tripletl, Patsy Morrison, Ann lviillgll, Louise Cromer, Billy Jo Gray, Virginia Craig, Sue McLain, Rose Holland, Joyce
Allen .... Second row: Barbara Lybrand, Faye Smith, Jeanette Hanson, Betty Lee Cockrell, Audrey Hand, Betty Ann Gray, Diana
Cole, Rose Marie Elwell, joan Allen .... Third row: Mrs. lvilliams, Betty Willingham, Virginia Yeager, Macy Carter, Harriett Mohl-
man, Elizabeth Gaither, Mary Gussie Willingham, Gloria Pilkington .... Fourth row: Marilyn Brittain, Sadie Gibson, Mary Jac
Waddell, Jean Hanks, Sara Tibbils, Betty Sue Tolleson, Betty Jo Rohrman, Helen Fite.
F. T. A
Ioyciz ALLEN ....,.. President
fl1i0RGEANNE DAVENPORT , Vice President
VIRGINIA YEAGER . , . . . Secretary
I'IELEN FITE . . . Treasurer
IIEAN HANKS . . . Historian
SADIE GIBSON . . Song Leader
The Frances Massey Club of the Future
Teachers of America was chartered by the
National Education Association on March
l2, 1948. The F.T.A. works in both high
schools and colleges and is a nation-wide
movement to which it is considered an
honor to belong. The projects of this or-
ganization are self-improvement, studying
the lives of great educators, and visiting
schools and colleges to observe different
methods of teaching. These projects are
so developed that young people will be en-
couraged to maintain high standards of
character and personality which are the
foundations of successful teaching.
The club has visited jacksonville State
Teachers College and local grammar schools.
Members of the club learned much about
educational problems by these visits.
Although it is one of the school's most
recently organized clubs, it has become one
of the most popular and progressive clubs
on our campus.
Look! Our Future l-Iomemakers! Yes, they're the
Home Llc. girls, the ones who are learning all about
sewing and cooking. They have responsibilities too,
such as serving on the committees lor compiling the
year-hook or preparing the programs.
This year the girls chose "Vocations That Grow Out
of Home Economics" as their topic for year round
disxussion. At least two girls present the programs at I W e
each club meeting which is held every odd Thursday.
These programs are very interesting and really hold OFFICERS
the attention of the members. How can you become a
member? Easy! Phe membership consists ol girls who BETTY LEE COCKRELL H . A Q P,.eS,'de,,t
have had at least one unit ol Home hc. and who are GEORGE ANN DAVENPORT yjfe p,-esgdem
interested in the club itself. IEANE1-TE HANSON U SeC.,.em.,.3,
Each member believes in the motto of the club, "As NEITA MOORE . . . TTl?flSll1'6V
our girlhood is so shall our womanhood he."
First row: Mary Burt Adcock, Martha Ann X'Vimpee, Joyce Allen, jane Cass, Mary Kathryn Lloyd, Wllilnla Braswell, Floy Jo'Tolleson,
Lllosie Lee LaTaste, Patsy Morrison, Jeanette Hanson .... Second rozv: Charlsie Ann Zaner, Cathrine Bailey, Audrey Hand, Martis
i'Grant, Martha McCartey, Boots Handle, Peggy Handle, Libby Gaither, Betty Sue Tolleson, Billy joan Cockrell, Helen Chastain. . . .
Third row: Ann Coleman, Lucille Summerlin, Macy Carter, Neita Moore, Edith Craft, George Ann Davenport, Keitha Carter, Leah
Bonds, jane Tuggle, Nancy Howe, Betty Lee Cockrell.
BUDDY VVH1'1'E . . , , . President
CHARLES DAuGHr:R'rY . Vice President
FLOYD BENNET1' . . . . Secretary
HUNTER HANDLE . . Treasurer
Ah, yes, the A Club! That sounds familiar,
doesn't it? Those boys with the red sweaters and
black "A's" just couldn't be overlooked. By the
appearance of the members you would know that
this is an athletic club. The club was organized
for encouraging good, clean sportsmanship and
In order to become a member of the club, a
boy must have earned a letter in football, base-
ball, basketball, or track and then he must prove
his leadership ability.
Living up to its reputation of giving the best
socials in school, the club gave a barbecue this
year which was a big success. Their socials are
always knockouts and everybody has a good time.
The club also sponsored a homecoming dance
and several other dances this year.
The A Club sponsors, Coaches Bancroft and
johnson, deserve a lot of credit for directing the
boys in their athletic development. Their influ-
ence and leadership is felt throughout our school.
117-Sf 7010 lllllllly Gl'iggS, Jimmy Thigpen, Willard Evans, Charles, Lefligy, Marvin Hester, William Stewart .... Second row: Pete
lumpkm Bob Livingston, Dick Greer, Buddy Townsend .... Third row: Jimmy Henderson, jerry Pullen, Ernest Frady, Gene Sted-
rnn Pourtli row: Charles Pate, jimmy Jordon, Hunter Handle, Floyd Bennett, Charles Daugherty, Buddy 'White, Harold Wil-
lingham Buddy Rutledge .... Fifth row: johnny Starr, Eugene Mitchell, Coach Johnson, Coach Bancroft, Bobby Blakely, Arnold
Pluitt Sixlll row: john Burell, Billy Moon, Marvin Van vV0l'lClC1'l11ll'll, Billy Snider .... Senenllz row: Billy Fergeson, jimmy
Mavne Iatham Stewart, George Keech .... Eighih rozu: Howard WValdrep, Bobby Thrasher, Billy McCullars, Earl Reeves .... Ninth
row Homer Sparks, Lamar jones, Frank Mickle, Billy Timmons .... Tenth row: Ralph Pinson, Tommy Triplett, Billy Smith.
This year, as always, we once again congratulate the members of the A.H.S. band on the many fine perfor-
mances that they have given us. This year we are prouder than ever of our band because there were thirty-four
"green" members in the group who learned to keep in step and harmonize.
lfVe give the credit for our success to one of the best band directors in the state. Mfe know him as "Prof"
One of the band's best performances of the year was during the game between Anniston and Talladega. I'm
sure you will remember the boy whom "Prof" shot on the field during the half time of this great game, VVe
thought "Prof" put on a wonderful show. Then there was the game between Anniston and Tuscaloosa when the
band saluted the Armed Forces by forming U.S.A. and outlining it with sparklers. There were many other won-
derful performances which l'1n sure you remember.
While we are passing out credit we should not forget to give some to Zenobia King Hill who taught our high-
stepping majorettes those cute dances that they did so well. Thanks Zenobia!
Yea! Yea! Hats off to the A.H.S. band as they proudly march on.
SENIOR BAND OFFICERS
iqi 9 'c ,
Royce HAR!-ian . , , President
VIVIAN KILLEBREXV , Vice President
LA VERNA CARTER , . Secretary
CARLTON BARNES . . . Treasurer
T XVALLACE GUNNELLS A Band Manager
ICANN NICDOYVELI. . Drum Majorette
Y HELEN CHASTAIN , Head Majorette
First row: Richard Coleman, Bennie Hubbard, Julian Jenkins, Flank Rollins, Charles Hackney, Brooks Johnston, Betty Lou Stewart,
Joene McKee, Robert Pettus, Ronnie Kilgore .... Second row: Billy Hughes, Barbara Smith, Mary Kathrine Lloyd, Peggy Moscly, Rose
Holland, lfloy Jo Tolleson, Helen Chastain, Phyllis Zavelo, Rosa La Taste, Betty jo Alloway .... Third row: Prof. jackson, Keitha Carter,
Floyd Stroup. Luwanna House, Margie Phillips, Pat Martin, Barbara Fite, Wallace Wilkerson, Sue McLain, Vivian Killebrew, Chris-
tine Henson, Ruth Craig, Tommy Harris .... Fourth row: jerry jackson, jimmy Nunnally, Ray Frentriss, Garrity Vllatson, Kitty
Burke, George Coats, Mary Eleanor jones, Martus Grant, jean Pullen, jo Ann McDowell .... Fifth row: Bobby Mange, jimmy Rosser,
jackie Ogburn, Harold Martin, Barry Broach, jack Scholz, Carlton Barnes, John Shirley, Donald Taylor .... Sixih row: Charles Ben-
nett, Randall Dye, W'ayne Smith, Pat Harper, Tommy McKay, La Verne Carter, Carolyn jones, Beth Craig, Billy Shelton, Rogers Hol-
lingsworth, Martha Blackman, George Coleman, Barbara Wade .... Seventh row: Betty Landers, VVallace Gunnells, Homer Sparks, Billy
Gunnells, Sam MttAneny, Bobby Goode, Tommy Yarbrough, Butch Denman, Ducky Cain. Kenneth Austin, Royce Harper, Jerry Bailey,
- "'A""S" Bobby XVells, Paul Henley, Ann Coleman.
' Big '1'hrwf Majorf-Hes
First I-mu: Celia Braswell, Billy Chilton .... Second vow Professor Jackson Bobby Champion Bobby jackson 'lommy Burkhart Mary
Lou Arthur, Ronald Allinder .... Third row: Billy XV211IlOCix Canity M 'itson Lila jo Mayes ean Mums Scotty Watson junmy Rossei
. . . Fourth row: Max Alston, Dan Kilgore, Barbara Fxte Betts Jean hen Carols n Bland Barbara heull Fifth row Lynn Shelton
Mary Hurt, Thomas Monroe, Norman Stallins, Sonny Philips Mus Holland James Taylor S th row Frank Carlisle Challes
Casey, Bobby Travis, Clyde Yarborough, jimmy Thomas Peggy XX alls Bills Russell jerry Arnold Harold Amnond
JUNIOR BAND OFFICERS
DAN KILGORE . . , President
BILL NIONROE . Vice President
JERRY ARNOLD , . . Secretary
ix-IARY HURT' , , Treasurer
junior Band is made up of boys and girls who
will one day be the top musicians of old A.H.S.
No matter where you are you can always hear
these star pupils "sounding off" every sixth pe-
riod. ,Honest though, these people really do prac-
tice, and they are able to put on two or three
concerts during the year. They not only learn
to play some musical instrument but also learn
to march, so that they will be ready for Senior
Let's give three cheers for those junior Band
members, our future Senior Band!
First row: Billy Chilton, Carl Weigand, Heather jenkins, Martha Thomas, Bobby Sanderson, Hoyt Mclierley .... Second row: james
lNlcDonald, Charles Cole, Lynn Shelton, Lela Joe Mayes, Nina Moss, Charlsie Ann Zanner, Mr. Ware .... Third row: Bill Brazelton
David Sikorski, Thomas Haney, john Golden, Clarence Brown.
. H. S. CDRCHESTRA
The orchestra is a new organization this school year. The year
before, after a lapse of many years, the training of stringed instru-
ment players was revived. Throughout that first year, strings in
all the schools were kept separate in their training from the winds
and drums. Last September the "Lightning Class," consisting of
the live best violin players in the sixth grades, became on entering
junior high the nucleus of the first violin section of the orchestra.
Likewise the "Thunder Class" became the nucleus of the second
violin section. Because of the popularity of the bands, the orches-
tra has not had this year a well-rounded wind section, but, on
special occasions, members were borrowed from the bands. It
takes a long time to build an orchestra. Therefore only a few
programs have been given. In the second semester special empha-
sis has been given to building a strong body of tone in the strings,
so that this young, mostly junior high, organization will eventu-
ally become a creditable high school music making body.
Director, Mr. Ware
First row: Sue McLain, Ruth Craig, Keitha Carter, Vivian killebiew Aerond row Xnne Hutehinson Chustme Henson oxce
Pullen, Marcus Grant, Mary Eleanor jones, Beth Crug La Xerna Cartel Lclith Cmft Thnd ro.u jackie Ogbutn JC'IIl Pullen
Pat Martin Martha Blackmon Bzubaia Wide
VIVIAN KILLIBREYN' , President
KEITHA CARTER A Vire President
RUTH CRAIG . . . Secretary
SUE NICLAIN . . Treasurer
The membership of the Armoniers Club is
made up of girls from the Senior Band. They
must have earned their letter in band and they
must also be tops in their scholastic work. The
club meets regularly and its programs consist of
reviewing lives of great composers and their
The club has several socials every year and
they are always successes. Our club sponsor is
none other than our own "Prof." jackson.
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Firsl rom: Libby Glenn. jane Edwards, Delores Miller, Jean Godwin Henry Ingirun Phyllis Gunter Rose Holland Xnnn lxillebieu
. . . Sammi row: Sadie Gibson, Billie Joe Grey, Margie Claik Barbara Oswalt Nan Iiiplett Kextha C'ntei Flmd mn hm
'I'hrasher, Charlotte Dean, Homer Sparks, jerry Anchors, ohnny Blue Ralph Pinson Jimmy Huiiakei Mlcthcicll fios lxil Sims
Paula Combs C'llllllllC Ballev
P1-IvLLIs GlJNTER . . President
HENRY INGRAM , Vice President
-IRAN G0lJlN'IN , . . Secretary
DEI.oREslXI1LL15R . , Treasurer
The Etude Club is composed of the students
most talented in the field of music. This club's
aim is to improve the 1llClllbC1',S knowledge and
appreciation of music. They meet twice a month
with their sponsor, Mr. Sims, who could not be
better in this work. At these meetings, different
members take part in the programs which are
always well planned and very much enjoyed by
all. This is certainly one of the most outstanding
clubs in high school.
Firxl rozv: Ann Broadnax, jane Edwards. Phyllis Gunter, jean Waddy, Elsie Handle, Barbara Huddleston, Sue Hobson, Libby Glenn
. . . Svrmid row: Barbara Sholtz, lfloy Jo Tolleson, Charlotte Dean, Margaret Mcflaa, Sadie Gibson, Audrey Hand, Marilyn Brittain
Betty Wilkinson, Delores Miller .... Third row: Miss Gordon, Robinel Neal, Jeanette Hanson, Patsy Morrison, Margaret Dlll'l'Cll, Bar-
bara Billingsley, Martha McCarty, Mary Gussie Willingham, Betty Sue Tolleson.
ELSIE HANDLE .,.. President
,IRAN WADUY . . Vive President
PHYLLIS GUNTER . . , Secretary
BARBARA HUDDLESTON , Treasurer
The Pen-A-Pal Club is a club whose main in-
terest is in friendship. Efforts are made by meni-
bers of the club to make friends with people of
foreign countries as well as of our own country.
Letters received by the members from their "pen-
a-pals" ol' France, Germany, Brazil, and other
countries are read at the meetings in order to
beneht the whole club. A study of those foreign
countries is also made in order that we may un-
derstand more clearly the customs of our friends.
Firsi row: Margaret Mcilaa, jean Waddy, joyce Allen, Nan Triplett, Virginia Yeager, Phyllis Gunter, Peggy Thornton, Ann Hutchin-
son, joan Allen .... Srrrmd ron-: Ann Hunter Williams, Joyce Whaticy. Mrs. Nichols, Mary Wein, Ruth Hoffman, Betty Jo Ronrman
' ' Mary Faye Yeager.
Iovce .ALLEN . . . President
NAN TRIIHLETI' . Vice President
VIRGINIA YEAGER , . Secretary
PHYLLIS GUNTER . . Treasurer
This is the Scribbler's Club. lt is composed of
those students who have a talent for creative
writing. Indeed, many of the works of these
writers have been accepted by national publica-
tions. They are the ones whose poems, novels,
essays, and short stories you will no doubt be
reading in the future.
The theme for this year was "Original Com-
position." Under the sponsorship of M rs. Nichols
these literary-minded writers are producing ex-
ceptionally well-written material. VVatch for
them in print!
MARY JAC VVADDELL A Presz'de11at
HENRY INGRAM . Vice President
BETTY LEE COCKRELI. , Secretary
NANCY Howe .... Treasurer
The Forensic Society, better known as the
Debate Club, meets every odd Tuesday under
the very capable leadership of Miss Christine
Griflin. The membership of this club consists
ol twenty-four members. The purpose of the
club is to promote public speaking and a better
understanding of debating among the club mem-
Our project this year is to send a Debate Team
with alternates to represent Anniston High School
in the State Debate Tournament held at the
University of Alabama in April.
A.H.S. is very proud of the hne rating of the
debate team in the State Tournament last year.
Although the club was only two years old, it
represented A.H.S. in the semi-Finals and ranked
fourth in the state. After this hne experience we
hope to be placed First in the tournament this year.
First row: Nancy Howe. Betty Lee Cockrcll, Henry Ingvnn M nx Iac XX addell Strand mn C lll1SllllL Iexdcn Xnn llnashei
Paula Combs, Sadie Lou Gibson, lllurgaret Dnrretl, K eoigc Xnn Das cnport Balham Huddlcston Fluid 1011 Marilyn Blltvllll
jimmy Garrett, Isyldon Strickland. jean Curry. Vnginla Craig Vnginta knoll e'1nette Hanson city Xnthtns Ioycc Hhatlcx
JOYCE ALLEN , , , President
,IANE Cfxss . , Vice President
FM' SM1TH , , . Secretary
jimmy THRASH , . Treasurer
From its name you can tell inuuedi-
ately that the people in this club are
interested in dramatics and speech activi-
ties. Each year the club presents one or
more one-act plays. This year, for their
induction ceremony, the new members
presented a melodrama.
Usually the club selects a project upon
which they work all year. This year's
projects were to buy a small spotlight for
the Speech Department, and to sponsor
a series of programs to be presented to
Perhaps we have dramatic stars in our
midst. Y'Vho knows?
Fnsl mu Clonm Pilkington owe Xllcn :me Cass Dons Cline Que Hebson Ivuluyn Brown, Betty Wilkinson ..... S vrond row:
Henry Ingram Diana Cole lxy Smith lhllbeth Caithei Ldith Craft Many Wein M'uv Burt Adcock .... Third row: Christine
Lcvclen ohn Henn Cemgt Kun Daxenpoil Maulyn Bnttain Wethclell Eros, Dan House, Mrs. Cobbs.
First row: Betty Bonner. Yliilma Braswell, Joyce l'Vhatley, MargieVHarrison, Shirley Curlee. Pat Henderson, Rose Holland. Homer Sparks,
Sadie Gibson, Phyllis Gunter, Margaret Durrett, John Austin Cater, Gordon Mallory, jack Sholtz, Harry Weatherly ..... 9 errmd
row: Nan Triplett, Barbara Oswalt, Mary Jae Vladdell, jean Yvaddy, Buddy Rutledge, Joanne Hannon, Mary High, jean Curry.
l'aul Alexander, Catherine Bailey, Barbara Sholtz, Mary Cilam, Delores Miller, Ann Broaduax, Libby Glenn, Stle Hebson. . . .
Third row: Billie Jo Grey, Mrs. Stroup, Harriett Hubbard, Audrey Hand, Harriett Mohlman, Peggy Smith, Paula Combs, Margaret
McCall: Mary Lou Seutiy. -rlllne Hunter, Williangs, Dick Little, Josephine Young, James Taylor, Gloria Lucky. Vivian Killebrew. .
Fourth row: Margie Clark, Kathryn Brown, jane Edwards, Betty Wilkinson, jean Godwin, Ima jean Reeves, Hunter Williams, Neal
Rainwater, Don Rigney, jimmy Havron, jimmy Garrett, Marilyn Briltain, Betty Burgess, jackie Burgess, Jeanette Hanson, Virginia Nall.
B'lARGARliT DURRM1' . . President
PHx'Lt.1s CQUNTICR . Vice P'resident
SADIIS GmsoN . . . Sec'retm'y
l-Ioxu-ik Smuzss . . Tl'60S1ll'6'l'
The Spanish Club, which was organized this
year, has taken as its purpose "Better PZlI'l-fXl'llC1'i-
can Relations." This will include a study of the
customs and interests ol' the Spanish speaking
The programs consist ol Spanish games, skits,
and songs, as well as things of cultural interest.
Our sponsor, lXlrs. Stroup, has lived in Central
America and she makes our study very interesting
with her hrst hand information about the lan-
The club is composed ol the members of the
Spanish classes and some students who have had
previous study ol' the language.
VVe are looking forward to many interesting
and educational programs in the future.
First row: Floyd Bennett, Mary Jac Waddell, johnny Blue Second mu Sue I-Iebson Barbara Smith Phoebe Xvood Barbara Smith
Rosemary lilwell. Daina Cole, jo Ann Wright, Ann Thrasher Catherine Bailey Tlmd row NI'ug'uct Dmxett JCIIV B uley Karon
Bentley, Joyce Allen, Joyce Moore, Betty Lee Cockrell, George knn Datenpoit immy Sue Stan Betty Moon Robbie Neal Fourth
row: Charles Bancroft, .-Boyce Christopher, Charles Adcock Chris Bannister Ray Murphrce Mx N'1sh lmnk Mrtklc Whit Whiteside
f Wetherell Eros George Box Kenneth Allen
FLOYD BENNETT Pmszdent
JOHNNY BLUE VzceP1eszdent
MARY JAC YVADDLLL
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The Ushers Club is one of the oldest and most
important clubs of Anniston High School. Their
main purpose is to work under the leadership of
Mr. Nash, the sponsor, with the Student Council
to promote a better school with student democ-
Each usher's duty is to remain in the hall one
lull period of every day. At this time he takes
up absentee reports, runs errands and keeps the
halls quiet to the best of his ability. At lunch
period it is the ushers who keep the halls quiet
for those still in home room. It is a pleasant duty
for an usher to be called upon to sell or take up
tickets at a basketball game or to usher at formal
affairs such as concerts or plays. Yes, this club is
a group of students who help to make our school
a place of which we can be justly proud.
First row: Barbara Haynes, Martha Wimpee, Lawanna House, Montez Norton, Gloria Pilkington, Rosa La Taste, Tommy Butler
Bobby Smith .... Serond -row: Barbara Shaddix, Elsie Handle, Jeanette Hanson, Harriett Mohlman, Jackie Burgess, Elizabeth Gaither,
Gloria Lucky, Betty Ann Gray .... Third row: Mrs. Boaz, Ann Cockrell, Helen Meigs, Virginia Yeager, Rita Fowler, Peggy jackson,
Geraldine Morrison, Betty Willingham .... Fourth row: Mary Ann Hitt, Betty Quinelle, Elizabeth Richardson, jimmy Garrett,
F. E. Martin, Patsy Allen, Marilyn Brittain.
VIRGINIA YEAGER . I President
ELSIE HANDLIi . Vire President
NIARILYN BRIT'1'AIN , Secretary
IIQANETTIQ HANsoN . Treasurer
The junior Red Cross Council is the branch
of the National Red Cross in tlIe high school.
This is truly a line organization and we are proud
of having a part, however small, in it.
This year we have participated in several dif-
ferent activities. Those people whom you saw
around with a look of concentration and a ball
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hospital. YVC also had fun with the Red Cross
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6' H UNTER HANDLE 175 lbs.
"Brutus" linished his third year of
brilliant play for the Bulldogs. He was
ll true leader on the Held. Hunter was
one of the most vicious tacklers in the
state at his left end post. He had an
extra point record that many college
kickers would like to possess. He also
handled the kickoff duties for the Bull-
dogs. His place is going to be hard to
lill next season.
Firsl row: Charles Leflrgys Ernest Frady, Eugene Mitchell, Buddy Townsend, Buddy
Townsend, Buddy White, Jimmy Thigpen, Gene Stedhain, Floyd Bennett, Harold
Willingham. Hunter Handle .... Second rozv: Marvin Van Wonderhani, jimmy Mayne,
Charles Pate, Don Chapman. Buddy Rutledge, Jerry,l'il,len, Earl Reeves, Billy Moon,
Tommy Triplctl, Marvin Hester .... Third rowffirnold Pruett, Dick Greer. Howard
Waldrep, George Kccch, Tommy Craft, Bobby Blakely. Billy Snider, Frank Mickle,
Billy Smith, Ralph Pinson, Bobby 'lxi1l'8SilCl'.
5'l 1" lX'IARv1N HES'l'l'1R 185 lbs.
"lXflarv" was a brilliant quarterback
who finished his third season. In both
his junior and senior years he made the
first string All-County teillll. He was one
of the best blockers and Held generals in
the recent history of the Bulldogs. Mar-
vin has accepted an athletic scholarship
to the University of Georgia. Their gain
is our loss.
Tmmoxs, STARR, EVANS
5 ft. 10 in. CHARLI-QS DAUGHEIKTY 180 lbs.K
"Chuck" alternated at the center slot this year and played some great
ball for the Bulldogs. He was an excellent snapper on offense and
loonled like :t stone wall backing up that line. He leaves a great gap
behind him when he graduates.
5 ft. 11 in. BUDDY RUTLEDGE 175 lbs.
HRM" was a hard cracking fullback, finishing out four seasons of
rugged football. This sparkplug of the bnnkfteld was hampered for a
while with a trick knee, but he came through in Fine style. For the last
two years he made the All-County team, and next year he goes to play
football for the University nf Georgia.
6 tt. lg ,ti 1-fs, DICK GREER wo ns.
"'1'rit:4" wasstlilritiggtxkltartl charging tackle who finished his high school
career as one of the best tackles in the state. For two years straight he
carried off All-County honors. Dick will do his collegiate footbnllin' for
Bauta's Crimson Tide. We say. "More power to him!"
5 ft. 9 in. FLOYD BENNETT 190 lbs.
"Snake" has been lor three years a standout in the big Bulldog line.
and each year has made the All-County first team. His hard charging
and heads up line play have made him at valuable eng in the Bulldog
grid machine. und he finishes, recognized as one of the best guards ever
lo play for A.H.S.
5 ft. 9 in HAROLD WILL1NGHAM 200 lbs.
"Frog" is known as the Sherman tank of nur forward wall. Football
opponents know to move out of his way. Both this year and last he
has been an outstanding lin-esman. and he still has two more years to
play. So why worry? With him around we can't lose!
5 ft. 8 in. BUDDY WHITE 170 lbs.
"Choo Choo." the nnptain of next season's eleven. has been tt star
for the past two years at the fullback slot. He has the spirit and
ambition to make good at any position. His devastating blocking and
running shuttld lead future Bulldogs to litany victories.
6 ft. RALPH PINSON 225 lbs.
"Waldo" stood out as a rough tackle who enuld really tear up that
interference. He had evervthiu a 'ood tackle needed . . . heivht,
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weight, and experience. Ralph played his greatest game against the
rugged Bessemer team. Ht- made All-County this year and will certainly
be hard to replace next season.
5 it 11 in. BILLY SNIDER 175 lbs.
"Crip" probably inode the most startling change of any of the Bull-
dogs. He shifted front a reserve fullback who had been hampered by
injuries for two seasons to a rugged first team eenter. His brilliant play
won hint at scholarship to the University of Georgia. His Alma Mater is
expecting good reports from there.
6 ft. iu. TOMMY TRlPl.E'l'T 190 lbs.
"Trip" managed one of the enrl posts like a true veteran this season.
He was a sure fingered pass receiver who was helved lay his tremendous
height. He played a rough defensive panic also. These qualifications won
All-County honors for hint, and his shoes are going to be hard tu fill
5 ft. 11 in. BOBBY TIIRASHER 175 lbs.
"Kill" has been for three years a standout performer. He has developed
into one of the best broken field runners over seen in the lm-al camp.
He played both right and left ltalfbaek during the season, and he is
expected to he the triple threat left back in the future.
5 ft. 10 in. BILLY MOON 170 lbs.
"Handsome" won plenty of reeognition during this, his first year on
the varsity. He stood out as a runner. and he was hard for any teaut
to cope with in the open field. Bill should he one nf next year's half-
baclfs. and it's safe to het he'll play a lot of football for us in that
5 ft. 10 in. MARVIN VAN WONDERl-IAM 155 lbs.
"Burk" eame through like an experienced rt-'ulzir when he was thrust
into the halfback slot due to injuries of several players. His wide end
sweeps brought the stands to their feet many times. The-re's no doubt
that he will be very valuable to next ycar's team.
Fragile was the faslrst luau on the team and he used
burn up many yards for the Bulldogs A good prospect for
in next seasons backheld Earnest is certainly one fellow
t l CHARI ES LECRQL
.lohn B is one tough guard who is expected tu tear un
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wet ups next year On ollense he got in there fast and his defensnc
playmg nas gust one more reason wht our team had surh a strong lme
JERR1 PULLFL 160 lbs
Herb Saint has been outstanding for several years at the guard
position This boy really rocked on defense He was aiwavs in there
Ftghtmrv and his gnt and determination in addition tu his playing ability
mode him the fine guard that he was.
. . ' . JIMMY THIGPEN 170 lbs.
Stump, playing in his senior year, became a sensational guard for
the bin Anniston team. He charged like a demon with horns and a tail
on defense and really gave our opponents some throbbing headacln-5.
We re not kidding when wc say we're going to miss him.
BILLY SMITH 210 lbs.
big: hard-cracking tackle with number 64 on his jersey.
than his share of misery to opposing teams this past
season. After a while people learned not to get in his way. I-Ie is a fine
sportsman and has been elected Co-Captain of next seasons eleven.
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. ' . DON CHAPMAN 210 lbs.
'Donny is one of those big tall tackles who could really develop into
a star lineman. He has the size speed, weight, and experience behind
him and he should be great next year, because he s one of those guys
who had rather play football than eat.
t. 1 ' . JIMMY MAYNE 175 lbs.
"Shoulders ' played some good hull this year, but he and touch luck
seemed tn walk hand in hand all season. However he is expected to he
a top flight hall carrier next fall, for he can run, pass, and kick with the
best ui them. Just be ready to cheer for himl
s ft. II sn. FRANK MICKLEI ms lbs.
"Finney" should be the Bulldogs' pivot man next year. His size and
weight enable him tn crush into and completely disintegrate the inter-
ference. "Honey" did some line playing as be backed up the line this
time, and he'll probably spark the next Bulldog line.
6 ft. EARL REAVI-15 175 lbs.
"Ugly," playing his first year on the varsity, developed into an excel-
lent defensive end. Since he's now gained that all important experience.
he is expected to become a very hard individual with whom to eopc.
Keep your eye on this fellow next fall.
6 fl. ALFRED CARTER 180 lbs.
"Gut," during his play on the varsity this year, has shown sions of
becoming a orashing end. This, of course. will make him very valuahlr
on defense next season. l'le's already been playing good ball, but we'rc
expecting even better in the future.
6 ft. BOBBY BLAKELY 175 lhs.
"Corporal" has another year to display his talent at the quarterback
slot. He is a smart heads up ball player in addition to being a capable
blocker. And believe it or not, his signals are always-well, almost
always-on the beam. Yon'll be seeing a lot more of him.
5 ft. 10 in. EUGENE MITCHELL 175 lbs.
"Gene" was a reserve fullback playing his final year for Anniston. He
was always in there hnstling, and he played some line ball. His deter-
mination and team spirit made him the kind of ball player we hate to lose
6 ft. JOHN BURRELL 170 lbs
"Honest John" played some good ball this year from his right end
post. He was an excellent pass rcreiver and a tough defensive end. In
addition he had that all important team spirit which is so important on
:tml oil thc football field. Wc're surely glad he's going tn be around
for another season.
ti ft. 2 in. HOXVARD XVALDREP 175 lbs.
"ltluusie" on the football Held was not what his nzune implies. Ho
t- as one of the most afxgressive, hard charging tat-kles we've seen here.
lle always seeired to think 'tthe bigger they are. the harder they fall"
and sure enough they did. Anniston will miss this boy next year.
5 ti. ll in. GEORGE KEECH 160 lbs.
t'Georgie," who is sometimes better known as "Brains Keeeh," proved
tn be a very capable quarterback this season. He seemed to have a
snevial tal'nt for lnowin-' what to do when, and he sc-ltloin got his wires
crossed. l'lis excellent blocking came in handy too. You can look for
lots more oi him in the future.
6 ft. 1 in. ARNOLD PRUETT 175 lbs.
"Sim" was a tall rungy Hanknian for the Bulldog team. He can really
cover territory speedily, and he showed much promise as a pass receiving
r-nd durinf' the season. l'le's going to he eountnul on next year to grab
all fontballs that happen tu he Hunting aimlessly down the field. Wo're
betting that he will, too! '
5 fl. 10 in.. HUDDY TOWNSEND 1-70 lbs.
"Salty" did a nice job as one of our guards this time. He could
always be counted on to stop the enemy running game through the middle
of the line. Ho has one more year to keep our opponents busy, and he
should develop into one oi our lincsl defensive guards.
5 fl. 11 in. CHARLES PATE 180 lbs.
i'Churls" was the big defensive end with the number 52 on his jersey.
Fans saw him play soine fine reserve hall during the past season. He was
one of those boys that ennld really hustle, sand I for one. would hate to
get hit by him. l'le's leaving an empty place that's going: to be hard
to lill. -
5 ft 11 in. TOMMY CRAFT 190 lbs.
"Eyes" was n big tackle playing his hrst year on thc varsity. A grad-
uate of Coach Nichnl's B Team, he showed up well, and played some
creditable ball for the Bulldogs. Before hc finishes school, he should
have played a lot of tackle for ole A.H.S.
5 ft 10 in. JIMMY HENDERHON 165 lbs.
"Mums" was a Hne haltbavk playing his second year on the varsity.
Ho was a -specialist on long booming punts and was also an excellent
pass receiver and runner. Since he has all the necessary characteristics,
ne think that with a little determination he can heroine a first class
ball player. The next two snasons will tell.
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Line: Triplett, Greer, Bennett, Snider, WVillingham, Pinson, Handle. . . . Ilarklielfl: Moon, Rutledge, Hester, Tltraslter.
ANNISTON 58-ALEXANDRIA 0
The Bulldogs started the season oli with a hang by defeating Alexandria in a football
game that looked mare like ax track meet. Buddy White, gaining 161 yards running, led
thc Bulldogs attack. The entire Anniston line played great ball, holding Alexandria to
minus 20 yards rushing. Capt. Handle und Dick Greer were especially outstanding. Out-
standing bucks besides Whitt- were Rutledge, Mayne, Henderson, Hester, and Thrasher.
ANNISTON 1-L-BESS1-IMER 0
Before 9,000 fans in Memorial Stadium, the Bulldogs locked horns with the Bessemer
Purple Tigers in one of the most thrilling games ever played in Anniston. The two tennis
battled on nearly even terms during the first three quarters with the big Anniston line,
sparked by Dick Greer, Hunter Handle, Billy Snider. Tommy Triplett, and Floyd Bennett.
holding the Purple Tigers to 12 yards rushing. Other outstanding lincmen were "Frog"
Willingham. Ralph Pinson, Charles Daugherty. Don Chapman, and Billy Smith. The out-
standing back of the night was Buddy Rutledge who made 97 of Auniston's 201 yards
rushing. Bobby Thrasher also played a great game until he hurt his elbow in the second
quarter. Marvin Hester played a brilliant game as a blocking back and field general.
Buddy White was tops all night from his fullback post. Rutledge scored the first touch-
down after carrying the ball to the one where Mayne smashed oil' tackle for the score.
ANNISTON 33 W OXFORD 0
The Bulldogs held in check the lirst half by a stubborn Oxford team ran wild the
second half. Jimmy Henderson, the brilliant sophomore, stood out as the best running:
hack on the Field, scoring four touchdowns-one on u beautiful 54 yard dash. Buddy
White played a rugged ball game all night, getting oti several nice runs. The entire line
played good ball, especially in tho second hai to give the Bulldog backs some nice holes.
Handle, Greer, Willingham, Snider, Bennett, Pinson, Triplett, Chapman, LeCroy, Smith,
Pullen, Townsend, and Daugherty were all important factors in the Bulldogs' win.
ANNISTON 33- EMMA SANSOM 0
The Bulldogs continued their winning ways by tronncing the big but inexperienced
Rebels irum Gadsden. Blocking throughout the game was superb, especially by "Frog"
Willingham, Floyd Bennett, and Ralph Pinson. Buck Van Wonderham, Earnest Frady,
and .limmy Henderson played great olfensive bull. Other outstanding players during the
night were Greer, Handle, Rutledge, and Hester. This win left the Bulldogs standing in
the lime-light as one of, and possibly, the hest high school team in Alabama.
ANNISTON A17-TALLADEGA 7
Before a packed house in Talladega, the Bulldogs continued their winning ways by
downing a tough tiger eleven. Billy Moon tallied Anniston's first touchdown on a beau-
tiful 1B-yard run. Handle converted and the Bulldogs led 7 tu 0, Bobby Thrasher,
playing in the second half, after not dressing out the First half, played rt brilliant game,
running touchdowns of 10, 17, and 95 yards. The big Anniston line again played a great
game. Big Dick Greer played a smashing and hard charging game irum his left tackle
position. Hunter Handle was speetacnlar from his left end post. Tommy Triplett also
played a great game. Other outstanding lincmen were Ralph Pinson, Floyd Bennett,
Frog Willingham, and Billy Snider.
Line: Reztvcs, Craft, Townsend, Mickle, Thigpcn, Wnldrcp, Carl
Line: Burell, Chapman, LeCroy, Daugherty, Pullen, Smith, Pruett .... Backheld: Van lV0nderham, Keech, lvhite, Henderson.
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ANNISTON 7 -DOTHAN 13
Playing away from home, the Anniston Bulldogs dropped A bitter decision to Dothan's
Tigers. The first half showed plenty of promise for the Dogs as they got away to a fine
start. On some good running by Thrasher and Moon and two beautiful passes from
Thrasher to Handle, the Bulldogs moved to Dothan's twqzyard line where Hester went
over on a quarterback sneak. Handle converted and Anniston led 7-0. Dothan came right
hack and tied it up in the second quarter and the half ended with the score tied 7-7.
Early in the fourth quarter Dothan blocked a kick, scooped it up, and ran across. Even
in defeat Anniston had some outstanding players. In the line Bennett, Willingham, Snider,
and Triplett stood out ,and in the backfield White, Munn, Thrasher, and Van Wonderham
played some good bull.
ANNISTON 41 - PIEDMONT 0
Our Bulldogs came roaring and snarling back to victory by trouncing a highly rated
Piedmont team. Bobby -Thrasher led our fighting dogs to victory with some smooth nm-
ning. Rutledge was also at his best as a hard plunging fullback. The Anniston line was
tackling and charging hard all night. Lcd by Captain Handle and Big Tritz Greer, they
held Piedmont to very few yards rushing. Willingham, Thigpen, Pinson, Chapman, Smith,
Daugherty, Snider, LeCroy, Pullen, Bennett, Pruett, Burell, Townsend, and Reaves were
all tops in the hig Anniston line. Outstanding hacks were White, Keech, Blakely, Moon,
Thrasher, Rutledge, Strickland, Frady, Van Wonderham, and Mitchell.
' ANNISTON 13-GADSDEN 0
Our "Dogs" kept up their winning ways by trouncing a highly regarded Gadsden team
before 13,000 fans in Murphee Stadium. There were hardly any outstanding players for
our team with practically everyone playing his best game. Again the Anniston line
played some great ball, especially Jimmy Thigpen, Dick Greer, Floyd Bennett, Don Chap-
man, Ralph Pinson, Billy Snider, and Hunter Handle. There was hardly an outstanding
back on the field but Thrasher who made a beautiful 54-yard run, and Mayne who caught
a. touchdown pass from Thrasher along with Moon, Hester, and Rutledge played great
games. As the half ended Billy Moon saved the day by catching a Gadsden hack from
behind, saving a score. ln all, this was probably the finest game the Bulldogs have played
this year or in any other recent year.
ANNISTON 26-TUSCALOOSA COUNTY 19
"Boom-Boom" Thrasher collaborated with "Little Joe" Rutledge to lead Anniston to
a very thrilling decision over nn inspired Tuscaloosa team. On the Bulldogs' second run-
ning play, Thrasher drove, plunged, spun, tripped, and fell 80 yards for a touchdown.
A few minutes later Rutledge ran through an enormous hole opened up by the hard
charging Anniston line and galoped 40 yards to score standing up with a battery of
photographers shooting his picture. Trailing 19-14 with 5 minutes remaining, Thrasher
ran 35 yards behind beautiful blocking, A few moments later Rutledge carried the ball
to the one-yard line on a beautiful run. Hester went over and the Bulldogs emerged
triumphant. The whole Anniston line played great ball. Handle, Greer, Willingham,
Snider, Bennett, Pinson, Thigpen, Triplett, Daugherty, Moon, Rutledge, Thrasher, Hester,
Smith, Chapman, LeCroy, Pullen, Frady, and Van Wonderham played great ball.
First row: . mn 1 ' Jimmy Jordan, Charles McCarty, Charles Adcock, Dan
House, Pele Jmnpkin, Billy Monroe, Clyde Harris, james Taylor, Bootie lNInllcndorc.
. . . Second row: jesse Gable, X-Villiam Stewart, Gene Sledhain, Charles Hom, Hcrshall
Gann, Ylfhit WVhitesidc, WVZIYIIC lVard, Paul Alexander, Ronald Y'Valkcr, Earl Waugh,
Left Enid-Tliomas COLLOH, Luft 'l"ac:kle, Clmrles Gilmer, Luft C-uurcl-Gene Stedhain, Center-
Whit Hfliiteside, Right Guard-XVilliann Stewart. Right Tackle: .Swain -' '- ' " ' Right l'Lncl-
jimrny Jordon, QL1zn1'Lc1'b:u:k-Cielie Mnllcnclorc, Luft Halfback-Clycle I-Iarris, Fullback-Wayne
Ularcl, Right 1-Iulfback-Pete Lumpkin.
Harold Wells, Thomas Cotton .... Third row: Joe Clagoen, james Pate, Sonny Israil,
Douglas Vllilliams, Frank Yancey, Billy Davis, Kenneth Davis, Charles Gilmer, Tommy
Nolen, Herman Sprayberry, Fred Craft, Donald Houston, Malcom Shelton, Morgan
Kerr, Leroy Welborn, George Bennett, Gerald Harper.
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0 Mumford A 12
7 Talladega B lil
l9 Valley High B 0
Fil Ranburne A 0
0 Marion Institute B 27
Left Encl-lflerman Spruyberry, Lett "l"ack1e-Ronald Walker. Lett Guarcl-Tommy Nolen, Center
--Clmrles Horne. Right Guzn'rl-Pzuxl Alexander, Right 'lqackle-jesse Gable. Right End-jfiharles
McCarty, Quztrterhaek-I-l:n'olcl lVells, Left Halfback-Billy Monroe, Fullback-james Tzlylor,
R ight Ilalfluaick-Cl:arles Aclcock.
Cocmmw GRIGGS FFRGUSON
Our Bulldogs started the season loaded with experience. Such returning stars
as Vlfaldrep, Burell, Cochran, Ferguson, Snider, Griggs, and Stewart were the
basis for a very good report. The Bulldogs started the season by winning eleven
straight games before meeting defeat. Anniston's fast breaking offense led by
Big Howard XfValdrep 6'3" clicked continually against such opponents as Gads-
den, Talladega, Oxford, Piedmont, and Jacksonville. Cothran, Ferguson, and
Snider were hitting the basket constantly and played some bang up ball on both
offensive and defensive. Other stars for the Bulldogs were Chapman, Blakely,
jordan, Cotton, and Livingston. Jimmy Griggs, Stal' floor man, was injured early
in the season and was forced to drop out of competition for the remainder of
The Bulldogs were seeded Erst in the District Tournament but lost to Talla-
dega. Nevertheless this is one ol the best cage teams we have had in a long time,
and believe me, Coach -Iohnson's charges surely deserve praise.
The Crew in Action
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Stewart, Cochran, Livingston, Jordon, Cotten.
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First row: Ronald Mlalker, Billy George Robinson, Clyde Harris, Paul Alexander, Bud McCartey ..... 9 ecoml row: George Kecch, Ken
Third row: Billy LeMaster, john McGinnis, Billy Chandler, Hamid Wells
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First row: Paul Logan, Charles Bancroft, Bobby Smith, Paul Clemens, Miller Hlcatherly, Tommy French, john Perkins .... Secmzrl
row: Chris Banister, George Whitlock, Norman 'Williams, Billy Monroe, Billy 'Tll0l'Ilf0Il. john Sims. Douglas Martin, jack Knighton.
. . . Third rouu' Billy Ashley, Jimmy Rosser, Barry Johnson, Morgan Kerr, Mickey Stcwarl, Charles Ray Thomas, Carl Vann.
Left to right: Jimmy Griggs, Charles Horn, Bobby Blakely. Marvin Hester, Milton 'Wiggley.
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