Anniston High School - Hour Glass Yearbook (Anniston, AL)
- Class of 1951
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We, the students of Anniston High School, in appreciation of the
service and ability rendered to the student life of the school dedicate the
1951 HOUR GLASS to Miss Mary Stewart. Her years of devotion to the
school and willingness to serve the student body are reflected in the high
esteem in which she is held by the students. It is our sincere wish that this
dedication may in some way express our feeling for her.
DR. RALPH OWINGS, A.B.,
M.A., Ed. D. Superintendent
of City Schools.
MR. JOHN J. NASH, B. S.,
M.A., Principal of Senior High
Sponsor Student C o u n ci l,
MRS. KATHLEEN BRUM-
MEL. A.B., Assistant Princi-
pal, English, Sponsor National
MR. W. H. BANCROFT, A.B.,
MRS. CLARICE BOAZ, B.S.,
Physical Education, Sponsor
P. E. Club, Sponsor Lucile
Cleveland Hi-Y Chapter.
MRS. W. G. CASSITY, School
Nurse, R. N.
MRS. FRANCES O. COBBS,
B. S., Speech and Dramatics,
Spo nsor National Thespian
MR. J. D. COUCH, A.B.,
Physics, Biology, S c i e n c e,
Sioonsor C. H. Cleveland Hi-Y
MISS LUCILE FULLER.
A.B., English, Sponsor Holm
Gmss Staff, Sponsor Virgin-
ia Ordway Hi-Y Chapter.
MRS. S. B. GIBSON, A.B.,
MRS. LEWIS P. GRAY, Sec-
retary to Principal.
MRS. ETHEL A. HILL, A.B.,
Shorthand, Typing, Sponsor
MRS. A. O. HOWLE, A.B.,
Secretary to Superintendent.
MRS. K. K. HUDSON, A. B.,
Mathematics, S p o n s o r Red
MRS. S. P. HUGER, B. S.,
M. S., Home Economics, Eng-
lish, Sponsor Home Ec. Club.
MR. F. L. JOHNSON, A.B.,
Business law, History, Physi-
MR. J. J. NEWMAN, B.S., In-
dustrial Arts, Sponsor George
Neely Hi-Y Chapter.
MR. L. P. JACKSON, B.S.,
Band, Choral, Sponsor Music
MISS VIRGINIA ORDWAY,
MRS. G. C. NICHOLS, A.B.,
M. A., English, Sponsor Hi-
Echo, Scribblers Club.
MRS. H. L. SHELBY, A.B.,
Shorthand, Typing, Book-
keeping, Sponsor Pen-A-Pal.
MR. ASA SELF, B.S., Indus-
MRS. L. G. PRENTICE,
Dietitian and Lunchroom
MISS MARY STEWART,
A.B., M. A., Chemistry, Bi-
MISS LENA SMITH, B.S.,
Secretary to Superintendent.
MR. FRED SIBERT, B.S.,
MISS CORINNE WEAVER,
A.B., Biology, Algebra, Spon-
sor Kathleen Brummel Hi-Y
MRS. W. H. WARNOCK,
A.B., Algebra, Trigonometry.
MRS. JOSEPH STROUP, B.S.,
M.A., Spanish, French, Spon-
sor Spanish Club.
MRS. IRENE B. WRIGHT,
MRS. A. R. WILLIAMS, B.S.,
History, Sponsor Future
Teachers of America..
MISS VIRGINIA WILKIN-
SON, B.S., Librarian.
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KEECH, GEORGE-B-Team Foot-
ball '48, A-Team Football '49, '50,
'51, Captain '51, Jr.-Team Basket-
ball '48, Captain '48, A-Team Bas-
ketball '50, '51, B-Team Basketball
'49, Captain '49, Baseball '49, '50, '51,
Pen-A-Pal '50, '51, Officer '51, Class
Officer '50, '51, Who's Who '50, '51,
A Club '49, King '51.
KNIGHT, RACHEL DEAN-New
tional Honor Society '50, '51, Officer
'51, Class Officer '51, Annual Staff
'48, '49, '50, '51, Business Manager
'51, Commercial Club '50, '51. Of-
ficer '50, '51, F.T.A. Club '50, '51,
Officer '51, Who's Who '51, Queen
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JONES, ELTON FRANKLIN-Track
'49, '50, '51, Football Manager '50,
Spanish Club '50, '51, Cheerleader
'21, Class Officer '51, Who's Who
HENDERSON, JIMMY - Student
Council '48, Ushers Club '48, '49,
Pen-A-Pal '49, A Club '48, '49,
Who's Who '48, '51, Class Officer
ALLEN, PATSY RUTH-Hi-Y '50, '51, of-
ficer '50, Pen-A-Pal '50, '51, Cheerleader
'50, '51, Student Council '49, '50, '51, Offi-
cer '51, Red Cross '48, Class Sponsor '50,
Class Maid '51, Who's Who '51.
ALLINDER, BILLY JOE-D. O. Club '50,
'51, B-Team Basketball '50, '51,
ARNOLD, BARBARA ANN-Hi-Y '50,
'51, Hi-Y Council '51, Etude '50, Spanish , .
BAILEY, ROBERT E.-Class Officer '49,
Student Council '48, '51, Officer '51, Hi-Y
'49, '50, '51, Officer '51, Hi-Y Council '51,
Officer '51, Junior Classical League '50,
Junior Kiwanian '51, Axmual Staff '50, '51,
Editor '51, National Honor Society '50, '51,
Officer '51, Who's Who '51, D.A.R. Good
Citienship Boy '51,
BARNES, BETTY JOAN-Glee Club '48,
Music Club '49, Etude Club '50, Hi-Y Club
'49, '50, '51, Officer '51, Annual Staff '51,
Honor Society '51.
TER BETTY-Hi-Y '49, '50, P. E.
BEAVERS, CHARLOTTE ANN-Hi-Y '49,
Commercial '51, '50, F.T.A. '51.
BELL, BARBARA JOANNE-P. E. Club
'50, F .T.A. '50, '51, Commercial '51, Officer
BELL, ELI BERNARD--Red Cross '50, '51.
Club , , lcer '51, Scriblers '51, A I
BENNETT, BIBB NORRIS-Transferred
from Heflin '51.
BENNETT, CHARLES-Band '49, '50, '51,
BENNETT, GEORGE WILLIAM-Hi-Y
'49, '50, '51, B-Team Football '49, '50, A-
Team '51, Track '50, '51.
BLACKMON, MARTHA LOUISE-Band
'48, '49, Armoniers '49, '50, Hi-Y '49, '50,
'51, Officer '51, Music Club '51.
EOWMAN, MAX-D. O. Club '49, '50, '51.
BRADEN. WY"NIETTE-D. O. Club '51: Jr.
Red Cross '51, Transferred from Fort
Lauderdale, Fla. '49.
BREEN, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, Football 5
'51, spanish Club '50, '51, Hi-Echo '51,
Transferred from Palm Beach High School
BROWN, NANCY K,ATHRYNf-Hi-Y '49,
' '50, Hi-Eclio '51, Scribblers Club '51. "
f' I u l BURKE, KITTY HARRIETTE-Band '48,
'49, '50, F.T.A. '50, '51, Officer '51, Music
CANNON, JONES FRANKLIN-Track '49,
CANNON, MAJOR TOM-D. 0. Club '49,
'50, '51, Honor Society '51.
CATER, MARY NATALIE-Hi-Y '50, '51,
Hi-Y Council '51, P. E. Club '50, Officer
'50, Spanish Club '51, Honor Society '50,
'51, Junior Business Woman '51.
CHANDLER, BILLY LEE-Baseball '49,
'50, '51, Basketball '49, A-Team Basketball
'50, '51, Captain '51,
CHAVERS, MARTHA ELIZABETH-
Commercial '50, '51, F.T.A. '51, Hi-Echo
'51, Honor Society '51.
CHRISTOPHER, JAMES DOUGLAS
CLARK, HERBERT FELTON-Hi-Echo
Staff '49, Hi-Y '49, F.T.A. '51, National
Thespian Society '50, '51, Student Council
'49, '50, '51, D. O. Club '50, '51, Officer '51.
COLEMAN, GLORIA ANN-Hi-Y '49, '50,
Home-Ee. '49, '50, '51, Officer '51, F.T.A.
'51, Band '49, '50, '51, Red Cross '48.
COLEMAN, GEORGE FR EDER ICK-
Band '47, '48, '49, '50, '51, Junior Classical
League '49, '50, Annual Staff '51, Honor
Society '51, Officer '51, Jr. Kiwanian '51.
CRAIG, SARA ELIZABETH-Class Offi-
cer '47, '49, Student Council '47, '48g Ar-
rnoniers '49, '50, Officer '50, Commercial
Club '51g Who's Who '47, '48, '50, Band '49
CRAIG, RUTH-Band '46, '47, '48, '49, '50,
'51g Armoniers Club '47, '48, '49, '50, '51,
Officer '47, '48g D. O. Club '51
CUNNINGHAM, CATHERINE NELL -
P.E. Club '49, '50g Commercial Club '50, '51,
CURLEE, SHIRLEY TAYLOR-Hi-Y '49,
'50, '51, Spanish Club '49, '50, '51, Annual
Staff '48, '49, '5o. 4
DAVIS, JERRY JACQUOLYN-Red Cross
'49, Hi-Y '49, '50, '51, P.E. Club '50, '51,
DOVER, MARIAN MILDRED-Red Cross
'50: Commercial Club '51.
DYE. RANDALL-Band '49, '50, '51, Offi-
ELLIOTT, MARY ALICE-F'.T.A. '50, '51,
Officer '51, Commercial Club '50, '51, Of-
FINLEY, JIMMY-Hi-Y '50, '51: Golf
Team '50, '51.
FINLEY, MARY RUTH-Student Council
'48, '49, Home Ec. Club '50, Commercial
Club '51, F.T.A. '51,
BARBARA ALIC Band '48, '49,
'50, '5 3 oruers , 49, '50g Orchestra
'48, '49, '50, F.T.A, '50, '51, Commercial
FORD!-IAM, NORMA JEAN-Hi-Y '49, '51,
Etude Club '50, Spanish Club '51g National
Honor Society '50, '51g Homecoming Queen
'51, Student Council '48, '51, Officer '51,
Who's Who '51, Junior Business Woman
'51, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Girl '51,
FRAZIER, DONALD CLARENCE-IL
Team Football '50, A-Team Football '51,
B-Team Basketball '50, A-Team Basket-
ball '51g Track '50.
FRAZIER, AUDREY MARIE-F.T.A. Club
'50, '51g Commercial Club '50, '51, Student
Council -'47, '49,
giiARDNER, MAVIS-D. O. Club '49, '50,
GEORGE, BOBBIE JEAN-D. o. Club '49,
GILBERT, JAMES WALTER-D. O. Club
'49, '50, '51.
GILLAM, MARY FRANCES.-:Annual
'Staff"51g"Hi-Y"'50f'51."Officer '51g Hi-Y
Council '51, Honor Society '50, '51, Officer
'50, '51, Junior Business Woman '51g
Spanish Club '49, '51g Etude Club '50,
Glee Club '48g Girls' State '50g National
Thespian Society '51.
GILLUM, J OAN NE - Commercial Club
GILMER, CHARLES EDWIN-Football
B-Team '48, '49, Varsity '50, '51, Ushers
GOAD, JO-D. O. Club '49, '50, '51,
GREEN, CHARLES E D W A R D-D. O.
Club '50, '51, Red Cross '50.
GRIFFIN, ELEANOR MARIE-Honor So-
ciety '50, '51, Spanish Club '51, Transfer-
red from Lincoln High School.
HACKNEY, CHARLES ANDERSON -
Band '46. '47, '48, '49, Annual Staff '51,
Hi-Y Council '50, Hi-Y '49, '50, '51, offi-
cer '51, Cheerleader '51, Who's Who 51,
National Thespian Society '51,
'I-IAMES, BARBARA-Hi-Y '49, '51, Red
Cross '48, '49, '50, Officer '50, Scribblers
'51, Student Council '50, National Thespian
HAMILTON, MARGERY-Hi-Y '49, '50 '51,
Hi-Y Council '50, '51, P.E. Club '50, '51.
HAMILTON, MARY FRANCES-Hi-Echo
'48, '49, '50, '51, Student Council '49, '50,
'51, Officer '51, Hi-Y '49, '50, '51, Officer
'50, '51, Hi-Y Council '50, '51, P.E. Club
'50, Officer '50, Class Officer '50, Pen-A-
Pal, '51, National Honor Society '50, '51.
HARMAN, ELNA E L I Z A B E T I-I-Red
Cross '47, '48, F.T.A. '51, Pen-A-Pal '51.
HARRISON, MARGARET ISABELLE-
Red Cross '47, '48, Hi-Y '49, '50, '51, Span-
'50, '51, Officer '51, Annual Staff
'50, '51, Honor Society '51.
HAYNES, ROBERT P A U L - Basketball
'48, Hi-Y '51, Boys' State '50,
HAWKINS, CLYDE MORRIS-D. 0. Club
'48, '49, '50, '51, Officer '50, '51, State D. O.
Officer '51, Annual Staff '50, '51, Hi-Echo
'49, '50, '51,
HELBIG, HORST KLAUS-Dieter-Hi-Y
'51, 1 Year Rowing Club Berlin, 2 Years
Student Council Berlin, 1 Year Rias Parli-
ament Berling Who's Who '51,
IQIENDRICKS, JOSEPH BRADLEY-HL
HENLEY, A. C.-B-Team Football '49, A-
Team Football '50,
HENSLEY, DANIEL EDWARD-Hi-Y '49,
HimRNDoN, Jo ANN-D. o. club '49, '50,
HIGGINBOTHAM, SHELTON D.-B-
Team Basketball '49, A-Team Basketball
50 51 Baseball '50, '51, Hi-Y '51
HILL, VIRGINIA LYNN-Junior Classical
League '50, Junior Red Cross '51, Trans-
ferred from Huntsville High School '50,
HOLLOWAY, ELIZABETH-D. O. Club '51.
HOUSE, DAN PERRY-B-Team Football
'49, '50, A-Team Football '51, Hi-Y '49,
'50, National Thespian Society '49, 50, '51,
Officer '50, '51,
HUBBARD, HARRIET-Student Council
'49, Hi-Y '49, '50, '51, Spanish Club '49,
'50, '51, P.E. Club '50, National Honor
Society '50, '51, Officer '50, Junior Busi-
ness Woman '51.
HUNTER, CARTER JAUDON--Spanish
Club 51 Hi-Y '49, '50, '51, Etude '50.
KANGELOS, ERNEST-Hi-Y '49, '50, '51,
Officer '51, Student Council '47.
KNOWLTON, MARJORIE PAULA- Hi-
Y '50, Pen-A-Pal Club '50, '51, Annual
Staff '51, National Thespian Society '51,
LANDERS B Band '49, '50,
leer 15 Hi-Y '49, Pen-A-Pal '50, '51,
Officer 51, F.T.A. '50, '51, Officer '51, Hi-
Echo Staff '51, National Honor Society '51,
LANE, JAMES DURHAM-B-Team Bas-
ketball '49, A-Team Basketball '51, Base-
ball '49, '50, '51.
LATASTE, ROSA LEE-Hi-Y '49, '50, '51,
Officer '50, '51, Hi-Y Council '51, Red
Cross '47, '48. '49 50. '51, Officer '50. '51:
Home Ec. Club '49, Debate Club '49, Band
'48, '49, '50, '51, Class Officer '48, Annual
Staff '48, Librarians 'ssistant '50, Student
Council '51, Who's Who.
LEE DOROTHY MAE-D. O. Club '49,
LEDBETTER, PEGGY JOYCE-Spanish
Club '50, '51, Officer '51, Scribblers Club
'50, '51, Officer '51, Hi-Echo Staff '51, Li-
bararian's Assistant '50, '51, Class Officer
'49, Class Sponsor '49,
LIPSEY, JAMES FRED-Hi-Y '50, '51,
Pen-A-Pal Club '50, '51.
McCARRY, JEAN-F.T.A. '50, '51, Officer
51 Commercial Club '50, '51, Officer '51,
Student Council '50, Hi-Y'49, Red Cross
MCCARY, PATRICIA ANNE-Red Cross
'48, Glee Club '48, Librarian's Assistant '48,
Scribblers Club '50, '51, Officer '51, Span-
ishClub '50, '51, Officer '51, Student Coun-
cil '49, ,50, '51, Hi-Echo Staff '50, '51, Na-
tional Honor Society '51,
SI.H',fPA1'SY-I-Ii-Y '50, '51,
'Pen-A:-sPEl"'51, Commercial Club '51,
MCGINTY, JOHN WILLIAM-Hi-Y'50, '51.
MARLER, JOSEPH EARL
MARTIN, FORNIE EZRA-B-Team Foot
ball '49, A-Team Football '51, Red Cross
'50, Who's Who '51.
MARTIN, FRANCES MARIE-Commer-
cial Club '50, '51, Scribblers' Club '51, Hi-
Echo '51g National Honor Society '51,
METHVIN, PAUL LANDA--Etude Club
'49, '50, Glee Club '48.
MOON, WILLIAM ADRIAN--B Team
Football '47, A-Team Football '48 49 50
Pen-A-Pal Club '50, '51, A Club 48 49
Track Team '47, '48, Class Officer 50
Whoa Who '49, '50, '51.
MOORE. ALICE JOYCE-Hi-Y '49, '50,
'51g'Hi-Y Council '51g Ushers' Club '49,
Pen-A-Pal '50, '51, Officer '51.
MOORE, RAY-Hi-Y '49, '50, '5l.
MORROW, WILLIAM EDWARD B
Team Football '49, Baseball '49, 50 An
nual Staff '50, '51,
MORROW, KAZEEN-D. O. Club '49, '50,
ORT N MA IZABETH-Red Cross
' g i-Y 51, Trans erre rom Foley
High School '50.
MOSELEY, LULA MAUDE-H
'50, Pen-A-Pal '51, F.T.A. '51.
NOLEN, WILLIAM THOMAS-Hi-Y '49,
'50, '50, Officer '51, Student Council '51,
B-Team Football '48, '49, A-Team Foot-
ball '50, '51, Baseball '50, '51, Hi-Y Coun-
NUNNALLY, JAMES STEWART-Hi-Y
'49, '50, '51, Officer '51, Band '47, '48, '49,
Cheerleader '50, '51, National Thespian
Society '50, '51, Junior Classical League
'50, Officer '50, Boys' State '50: Honor So-
PAPASPIROS, THEODORE GRANT
Music Club '51, Etude Club '50.
PARKER, MARY ELIZABETH-Ushers
Club '49, F.T.A. '50, '51, Red Cross '48,
PARSONS, IVIE HOUSTON-Red Cross
'48, Hi-Y '49, '50,,'51g Class Officer '49,
Junior Classical League '50, Officer '50,
Thespian Society '50, '51g Honor Society
PATE, JAMES EUGENE-B-Team Foot
ball '49, '50, Baseball '49, '50, '51 Boys
State '50, D. O. Club '51, Officer 51
PIERCE NANCY ROWENA-Red Cross
48 50 51, Officer '51, Hi-Y '49, '50, '51,
H1 Echo '51,
PIERCE, ROBERT EARL-Hi-Y '49, '50,
Track Team '50.
PONDER, ROY WHEELER-Hi-Y '49,
'50, '51, B-Team Basketball '49, '50, A-
Team Basketball '51.
POWER JOHN ALLEN-Hi-Y '49, '50, '51.
PRIVETTE, FORBES H I R A M - Music
PROCTOR, WILLIE ANN-Student
Council 48, 49, Hi-Y '50, Commercial
Club '51, F.T.A. '51,
PRUETT, JOSEPH ARNOLD - Baseball
47 48 49, '50, B-Team Football '47, A-
Team Football '48, '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, '50,
A Club 48, '49.
PRUETT, ELIZABETH--D. O. Club '50.
PULLEN, MARTHA JEAN -Band '47,
'48, '49, Armoniers '48, '49, '50, Officer '50,
F.T.A. '51, Home Ec. Club '51.
PULLEN, MAY JOYCE-Band '47, '48, '49,
rmomers '48, '49, '50, F.T.A. '51, Com-
mercial Club '51.
RAGIAS, KATHERINE B E A T R I C E-
Transferred from New York '51,
REAVES, JAMES ANTONE-Hi-Echo '48,
'49, '50, '51, Editor '51, Hi-Y '49, '50, '51,
Officer '51, Student Council '48, Junior
REESE RAY ARNOLD-Baseball '50, '51.
REYNOLDS, BETTY SUE-Hi-Echo '51,
F.T.A. '51, Commercial Club '51, Junior
Classical League '50,
RICHARDSON, ELIZABETH ANN-I-1i-
Echo '50, '51, Hi-Y '50, Red Cross '48, '49,
'51, F.T.A. '51, National Honor Society '51.
ROBINSON, BILLY GEORGE-Baseball
49 50 '51, B-Team Basketball '49, A-
Team Basketball '51,
ROYAL, JAMES HAROLD-Etude '50,
Spanish Club '50, '51, Hi-Y '51, B-Team
Football '50, A-Team Football '51, Trans-
ferred from Columbus High School, Co-
lumbus, Georgia '50.
RUST BOBBY HUGH-Hi-Y '48, '49, '50.
SALLAS, HAROLD CLAYTON-D. O.
Club '49, '51, Officer '51,
SASNETT, BETTY JO-Student Council
'47, Red Cross '48, '49, '50, '51, Officer '51,
Hi-Y '50, '51, Hi-Echo '51.
SHOOK. JANETTE-Band '49, '50
D. O. Club '51, Hi-Y '49.
SHELTON, MALCOLM HENRY-Hi-Y
'51, Boys' State '50, B-Team Football '49,
B-Team Basketball '49, Honor Society '51.
SHIRLEY, JOHN MARX-Hi-Y '50, '51,
Band '48, '49, '50, '51, Lyre Club '49, '50,
National Thespian Society '50, '51.
SIKORSKI, MARY J E A N - Scribblers
Club '50, '51, Officer '51.
SILAR, JOYCE ANN-Hi-Y '49, Scrib-
blers' Club '50, '51, Officer '51, Junior
Classical League '50, Honor Society '51.
SIMPSON, ERNEST CHARLES-Hi-Y
'49, '50, '51, Student Council '50, National
Thespian Society '51.
SMITH, BARBARA JEAN-Ushers Club
'49, Music Club '51,
SMITH, BARBARA JOAN-Ushers Club
'48, '49, Band '48, '49, '50, '51, Officer '51,
Armoniers '49, '50, Student Council '51,
Home Ec. Club 51, Officer '51, Music Club
'51, Officer '51.
SMITH, MYRA ANN-National Honor
Society '50, '51, Hi-Y '50, '51, Red Cross
SMITH, OTIS-D. O. Club '50, '51.
SPRADLEY, BLANCHE MARIE-Spanish
Club '50, '51, F.T.A. '51,
STARR, JIMMIE SUE-Cheerleader '51,
Who's Who '50, '51, Hi-Y '49, '50, '51,
Home Sc. Club '50, '51, Class Sponsor '50,
STATOM, EDWARD GLADDEN-Hx Y
'51, Hi-Y Council '51, Officer
Tennis Team '50, '51, Junior Classical
League '50, National Thespian Society 51
Officer '51, Hi-Echo '51, National Honor
Society '51, Junior Kiwanian '51,
STEWART, EDNA EARLE-P. E. Club
'50, Commercial Club '51.
STOREY, BILLY GENE-D. O. Club '51.
SWINGLEY, BOYD CORLEY-Band 47
'48, Spanish Club '51, Hi-Y '51, Junior
Kiwanian '51, Boys' State '50, Annual
Staff '51, Honor Society '51.
VANCEL, BILLIE LOU-Red Cross '47,
Council '49, '50, '51, Hi-Y '49, '50, '51, Of-
ficer '51: Home Ec. Club '50, '51, Officer
VAUGI-IN. DORIS IDA-'fommerclil Club
'50, '51, Officer '51g National Honor So-
'50, '51, Armoniers Club '48, '49, '50, Of-
ficer '49, '50g D. O. Club '50, '51.
WAHLQUIST, A R V I D L E E-,Student
Council '49, '50, Hi-Y '50, '51g Red Cross
'51g Track Team '49, '50, '51, Honor Society
WARD, ALLEN WAYNE-Hi-Y '50, '51g
B-Team Football '49, A-Team Football
'50, '51, Red Cross '48, '49, Pen-A-Pal '50,
'51, Class Officer '50, Track Team '50, '51,
Who's Who '51,
WATERS, ANNE LEYDEN-Hi-Y Club
'50, '51, P.E. Club '50, '51.
WATSON, PEGGY JEAN-Hi-Y '49, '50,
'51, Red Cross '50g P.E. Club '51,
WATSON, WANDA-Student Council
'47, '48, '49, '50, Hi-Y '49, '50g Hi-Y Coun-
cil '49, '50, Ushers Club '49, P.E. Club '49,
Scribblers Club '49, '50, '51, D.U. Club '50,
'51, Hi-Echo '48, '49, '50, '51.
WATTS, T R O Y L EE - Cross Country
Track Team '51.
WEATHERLY, HARRY WILLIAM-Hi-Y
Club '49, '50, '51, Officer '51, Hi-Y Council
'51: Spanish Club '49, '50, '51, Officer '51.
WELLS, HAROLD-B-Team Football '49g
B-Team Basketball '49, Baseball '49, '50,
'51, A-Team Basketball '50, '51, Who's
WHITMAN, D E N N I S-Cross Country
Track Team '51.
WIGLEY, MILTON-Hi-Y '50, 'Sly Golf
Team '49, '50, '51, Hi-Echo '50, '51g Hi-Y
WILLINGHAM, HAROLD--Hi-Y '49, '50,
A Club '48g Class Officer '49, A Team
Football '48, '49, '50, '51, All State Football
Team '51g All County Football Team '49,
'50, '51g Who's Who '51.
WIMPEE, MARTHA ANN-Hi-Y Club '49,
'50, '51, Officer '50, '51g Hi-Y Council '51,
Officer '51, Home Ec. Club '49, '50, '51, Of-
ficer 51g Office Assistant '51, Assistant Li-
brarian '50, Hi-Echo '51, Red Cross '49.
WORD, JO ANN-Hi-Y '49, '50, D. O.
Club '50, '51.
WORSHAM, CHARLOTTE ANN--Hi-Y
'49, '50, Hi-Y Council '49, Junior Classical
League '50, Officer '50g Ushers Club '49g
Spanish Club '51g Scribblers Club '51,
WRIGHT, JOANNE MARIE-Hi-Y '49,
'50, '51, Officer '51g Hi-Y Council '51g
Ushers Club '49, Junior Classical League
'50, Officer '50g Pen-A-Pal '51g Who's
WADE, BARBARA-Band '47, '48, '49,
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Ushers Club '49g Track Team '50, Hi-Echo
'48, '49, '50, '51. 8
YARBROUGH, TOMMY Band 48, 49, 5 5
50, '51. 1 Q , J 5 ,
YEAGER, MARY FAYE-Scribblers Club r.,,,i 5
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F.T.A. '50, '51, Officer '51, .. ' 5
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YOUNG, BARBARA ANN-D. O. Club A
'49, '50, '51, Officer '51, Hi-Y '49, '50g Stu- -5 Q
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YOUNGBLOOD, CHARLES RALPH- X'
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tin, Tinnie Lockridge .... Second row . . . Myrele Summers, Eleanor Smith, Mildred Johnson, ir , Rose Mary Kil-
gore, J Little, Patsy Lumpkin, Helen Meigs, Alice McCall .... Third row . . . Marlene eltop, Harriet Mallard, Hazel
Dickerson, Douglas Martin, Douglas Williams, Tommy McKay, Frank Rollins, Harvey Love ..,. Fourth row . . . Kenneth
Austin, Albert Johnson, Harold Martin, Barry .bhnom George Longshore, Morgan Kerr, Bobby McDill, Clarence Potts,
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Nichopoulos, Marcia O'Shields, Sue Jamison, Pat Reed, Betty Matthews .... Second row . . . Vivian Kimbrough, Peggy
Huff, Jo Ann McGennis, Deborah Hughes, Ina Martin, Leila Jo Mayes, Jo Ann Jackson, Margaret Watkins, Alva Morris,
Joyce Woods .... Third row . . . Julia O'Dell, Nina Moss, Lou Livingston, Helen Long, Patt Wright, Barbara Johnson, Ann
Williams, Bobby Mange, James McDonald, Curtis Hulett .... Fourth row: Bobby White, Morgan Lusk, James McDonald,
George Hooper, Eugene Hughes, Douglas Lybrand, Doyce Nolan, Hulan Pate, Donald Mundy, Billy Marshall .... Fifth
row: Douglas Kelly, Bill Johnson, Bobby West, Robert Payne, Jimmy McMillon, Franklin Lee, Ben Webb, Joe Parrott,
Laudon Kent, Bobby McCrelles.
First 1-our . . . Barbara Tyler, Betty Lou Stewa' Peggy a . Sandra Voth, Joyce Shubutt, -Faye, Roberts, Q52-lop?
Su Bette Shelby, Barbara Ray, Jane Scruggs .... row . . . Yvonne Shaddix, Dorothy Smith, 'Faye Rainwa er, June
Walden, 'Dorothy Ward, Phyllis Walters, -Alice Lee Thompson, Norma Thomas, Joyce Powell, Gena Waddell .... Third 'row
. Q . Doris Fite, Mary Nell Saxon, Jo Ann Storey, Sandra Tay'lUr, Ann Sams, Betty Sue Walker, Julia Rowan, Lynn Shelton,
Billy Putman, Jimmy Thomas .... Fourth row: Jimmy Joe Waldrep, Clifford Perkins, Crawford Perkins, Floyd Tucker,
Wayne Rowe, Duane Short, Lamar Simpson, Bill Triplett ,... Fifth row:, Bobby Sqxithw Ralph Thomas, Garfield Shellnutt,
Kenneth Wagner, Stanley Pendergras. Charles Swann, ljobald Taylor, Robert Thompson.
First -row Betty Whatley Agnes Bowling Pat Brown Maureen Bell Mary Ann Crichton,clPats Curr fCarolyn Barker
Lida Cobbs,.Alton Allen, Cuzjtis Cotton, Charles Bancroftf. . . Second row . . . Jo Ann Wright, Eina?TElier, Annette Bur-
Third 'row . . . Sybil Clark, Mary Chavers, Ida Mae Curry, Norma Jean Brovsm, Alta Anderson, Vera Cody, Magnolia Carter,
roughs, Jewel Cannon, Ann Carter, Beppy Williams, Ann Coleman, Larry Adcock, Clyde Yarbrough, George Coats. . .
Joel Carter, Jerry Arnold, Russell Bright .... Fourth Row . . . Dudley Wright, Jack Coleman, Billy Carter, Billy Birchfield
Tommy Butler, Franklin Chastin, Glenn Abernathy, George Craig, Joe Cleghorn, Bobby Coggins .... Fifth row: Bill Brack:
ney, James Brannen, Bill Campbell, Jimmy Boyd, Bennie Azbell, Frank Carlisle, Gene Coley, Lewis Carroll, Jerry Carter
First row . . . Christine Henderson, Nancy Goad, Mary Davis, Mary Dempsey, Sybil Wooten, Martha Estes, June Hale, Peggy
Hall, Mavis Duke, Greta Davidson, Harold Holland, Donald Henley .... Second row . . . Ann Helton, Carolyn Doss, Audrey
Dutton, Jo Ann Gobexg, Jerry Ann Hassell, Margaret Ann Elwell, Mary Sue Dickey, Barbara Davis? a ' g, Doris
Fiquett .... Third row . . . Ralph Farabee, Billy Gann, Ronny Hicks, Helen Dulaney, Edna Henley, Mildred Wigley, Martha
Drake, Sara Jo Dingler, Alice Harwell, Gerald Graham, Richard Harrington .... Fourth row: Morris Davis, Donald Winters,
Ray Watson, Wallace Wilkerson, Dick Weaver, Bob Hamilton, Edward Dempsey, John Holloway, Tommy French, Lamar
Denkins .... Fifth row: Bill Harris, James Hilley, Aaron Williamson, Karl Gladden, Walter Griffin, Ronnie Harman, James
Harrell, Raymond Harper, Manley Hess, John Gilbert, Billy Henderson.
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BOBBY BAILEY . .... Editor
BABS BLAKELY . . Assistant Editor
RACHEL KNIGHT .... Business Manager
SYQYv Ll1l' . Assistant Business Manager
LUCILE FULLER . Sponsor
This is the group of people who have labored to give you the
1951 annual! They have struggled through magazine and annual
sales, through financial difficulties, and through trials and dis-
appointments of various kinds. Somehow we have lived through
it all, and thus, here by the hardest, appears another annual!
We wish to express our sincere appreciation to the faculty
and students who have helped to make this book possible. We
have tried to catchlall the important moments of the year, and
we hope the book will help you to recall in years to come the
happy memories and associations of the year 1950-51 at A. H. S.
WATSON BRoAcH SMITH
GLASS ST FF
HIGH MAGAZINE SALESMAN
L O -EMAN
BILL ALDRUP, JAMES BRANNEN, SONNY STATOM, GEORGE Hoomzn.
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ELLIOTT GH-LAM KNowL1'oN
MCCARY HAMILTON REAvEs
JIMMY REAVES . . . . . . Editor
MARY FRANCES HAMILTON . . Associate Editor
PAT MCCARY .... . Feature Editor
BILL BREEN .
PEGGY LEDBETTER . .
WANDA WATSON . .
FRANK YANCEY .
MRS. G. C. NICHOLS
. joke Editor
LEDBETTER BREEN BROWN SASNBTT REYNOLDS
PARSONS Burma WIGLI-:Y
Members of the press! It sounds impressive,
doesn't it? Well, in our school it is! It includes the
reporters, typists, and business staff who once a
month put together the "HI-ECHO." These are the
girls and boys who rushed for deadlines around the
fifteenth of the month and are usually seen at odd
times scribbling down notes on everything from
chapel programs to the latest gossip. Since few of
them have received recognition for all the months
of hard work they have done, we extend to the
staff members and Mrs. Nichols, congratulations for
such a successful yearg and to those stepping up to
fill the vacancies, we wish good luck for a bigger
and better Hi-Echo next year.
Pinkas YANCEY e S'rA'roM
BARKER BRoAcH PAPASPIROS
MYRA ANN SMITH
MARY FRANCES HAMILTON
MERRY Lou Qgjgglgn
BETTY JOAN BARNES
'1 HARRY Mor-ILMANN
GEORGE COLEMAN RACHEL KNIGHT MARIE MARTIN DORRIQ VAUGT-IN JOYCE ANN SU-AR
BOYD SWINGLEY BETTY LANDERS SONNY S'rAToIvI 'f .MARY CATER MARGARET ANN SMITH
ARVID WAHLQUIST RI PAT MCCARY NORMA JEAN FORDI-IAM lf!-9YlL51B9ll-L
Mas. BRUMMEL ' BOBBY BAILEY LAM HARRIETF HUBBARD J NICE THORNTON
ational Honor Soc'ety
OFFICERS Each semester students are tapped for membership into the Na-
BOBBY BAILEY .
MARY GILLAM .
MARY GILLAM . . .
GEORGE COLEMAN .
. . President
. . Secretary
. . President
tional Honor Society during a very impressive candle light ceremony.
To be eligible the students must rank in the first quartile of his class
and must maintain a scholastic average of B. The faculty then judges
the students on the qualifications of leadership, service, and character.
The highest honor a student at A. H. S. can receive is to become
a member of the National Honor Society, which is under the sponsor-
ship of Mrs. Kathleen Brummel.
This is the governing body of our school. Each homeroom
elects a representative to be a memberuof this organization.
Meeting in the library every Monday during fifth period under
the capable sponsorship of Mr. Nash, the Council has made
many accomplishments, such as sponsoring of buses to the out-
of-town football games, appointing ushers, and doing numerous
The members of the council feel that something has been
accomplished. We believe that a good student government is
desirable and well worth our effort.
lvl.-XRY FRANCES HAMILTON E .... President S t ll d 6 I1 t
BOBBY BAILEY .... . Vice-President
NORMA JEAN FORDHAM . . . Secretary
PATSY ALLEN . . Treasurer C . I
MR. NASH . . Sponsor 8 ll n' C 1
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First row: Betty Lou Stewart, Barbara Smith, Martha Estes, Barbara Haymes. Mary Hurt. Patsv Allen. Nan Grant ....
Second row: Marlene. Halton li' isa Lee LaTaste, Norma Jean Fordham. Carolyn Barker, Pat McCary, Carol Moore, Julia
Fay Ashley, Margaret Ann Smith, Flora Gilrner .... Third 1-ou-: Felton Clark, Douglas Hicks, Mary Frances Hamilton,
Vangie Nichopoulos, Mildred Wigley', Billie Lou'Vancel, Joyce Powell, Lenora Hollingsworth, Ann Cockrell, Jimmy Van
Wonderham, Milton Wigley, Tommy Nolen, Ray Moore .... Fourth row: Mr. Nash, George Box,'Bobby Bailey, Ivie Par-
sons, Roy Ponder, Joe Hendricks, Dee Higginbotham, Bill Aldrup. 1-i
BoBBY BAILEY . . . President
SONNY STATOM . . . Vice-President
MARTHA ANN WINIPEE . . Secretary
MARY CATER . . Treasurer
The Anniston Hi-Y Council started in the
fall of 1947. It is a means of coordinating Hi-Y
club activities. Members of the council consist
of the presidents and the vice presidents of
each of the five Hi-Y chapters, with two other
elected representatives from each chapter. The
adult advisors and the local Y.M.C.A. general
secretary are also members.
The Hi-Y council conducts a very excellent
procedure for receiving new students. The
prospective members attend a training course
which has proved successful for the past few
Each year several conventions are held, and
the main one is the Youth and Government
where Anniston Hi-Y clubs always take a lead-
Fzrst row: Marlene McClellan, Margie Hamilton, Jo Ann Wright, Marv Cater, Martha Ann Wimpee, Barbara Arnold, Mary
Gillam .... Second row: Rosa Lee LaTaste, Peggy French, Billie Lou Vancdl, Mary Frances Hamilton, Joyce Moore, Bobby
Bailey, J immy Van Wonderham, Sonny Statom, floyd Strong Harry Weatherly, Milton Wigley, Tommy Nolen, Ray Moore.
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First row: Betty Lou Stewart, Agnes Bowling, Betty Jo Sasngtt, Merry Lou Arthur, Lenora Hollingsworth, Barbara Arnold,
Ann Fite. Rosa pee LaTaste, Su Bette Shelby .... Second row: Mar hy Jo Little, Mary Ann Hitt, Rosa Ann
Owen, Batsy M , Lula Mosely, Dottie Hicks, Carolyn Barker .... Third row: Bat Martin Leila Jo Mayes, Helen Ann
McKee, argaret Ann Elwell, Betty Baker, Eunice Scully, J ice Thornto Sue Jamison, Peggy Roberts .... Fourth row:
Ann Waters, Clara Jo ParLs,,Ann Pitt's,,Alice Thompson, l9hylis Wa ers, Ann Sams, Vangie Nichopoulos, Jane McKe1roy,
'Ly' Martha Ann Wxmpee, Betty Matthews.
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Rosfx LEE LATASTE . . . President G i 1, I S9 H i - Y
MARTHA ANN WIMPEE . Vice-President
PAT MARTIN . . . . Secretary
PEGGY ROBERTS . . Treasurer
MERRY Lou AliJ'HOl1 . Chaplain
lLiving up to its ideals of christian life the
Virginia Ordway chapter of Girls' Hi-Y has been
very active this year. The meetings inspire the girls
to a better moral and spiritual life and each girl is
excellently carrying out her part in all the activities.
Each thing that these girls learn in Hi-Y work
will be carried with them down life's path.
Under the splendid leadership of our sponsor,
Miss Fuller, the club is progressing rapidly. The
club has engaged in many worthwhile activities dur-
ing the year and we feel that the members are
developing through service to others. The influence
of the Hi-Y clubs is felt throughout the school.
MAIQY FRANCES llAMlL'l'0N . Presiflenl
BILLIE Lou VANCEL . . Vice-President
Mliurm. BLACKMON . . Sm-re:ary
BETTY JOAN BARNES . . Treasurer
PATSY LUMPKIN . . Chaplain
The Kathleen Brummel Chapter of Girls' Hi-Y
had a fine start three years ago, when it was first
organized. Last year it had even a better year, but
this year has been the best of all.
All the members are striving to live up to the
platform "create, maintain, and extend throughout
the school and community high standards of Chris-
tian charactern and the club has been successful in
every project they have undertaken.
Our sponsor, Miss Corrine Weaver, has worked
hard to make our club successful. To her we give
much of the credit for the progress made.
Kathleen Brummel Chapter
Firstilgw: Shirley Cunlee, Margie Harrison, Peggy Watson, Debora Hughes. Betty Joan Barnes, Alta Anderson, Jerry Davis,
gggy a . . , Second row: Mildred Johnson, J ce Mize, Bett Morton, Harriet Hubbard, Sybil Clark, Mary Ann Chafin,
on unter, Norma Jean Fordham, Helen Meigs .... lltird row: a pkin, Peggy French, Pat Wright, Ann Coleman,
,Faye Roberts, Nancy Pierce, Billie Lou Vancel, Joyce Moore, U. -. Blackman, Mary Frances Hamilton, Jane Scruggs.
. . . Fourth row: Myra Ann Smith, Sandra Taylor, ,Ann Helton, Betty Bennett, Helelllafzlig, Patsy Allen, Martha
Drake Mild1 ed Wlgley
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First row: Pat Brovsm, Jerry Nelson, Joenne McKee, Elizabeth Scruggs, Lida Cobbs, Maurene Bell, Marcia O'Shields Ducky
,LQZQB-A . . Second row: Peggy Hall, Harriet Mallard, Mary Cater, Margie Hamilton, Sylvia Holland, Julia Rowan, Heppy
Williams, Alice McCallf Betty Lou Gardner!'. , . Third row: Josephine New, Margaret Ann Smith, Jo Ann Goberv Betty Ann
Walden, Dorothy Smith, Mary Gillam, Margery Clark, Jo Ann Wright .... Fourth row: Nina Moss, Liz Mickle, Lou Living-
ston, Carol Moore, Sara Craft, Carolyn Brooks, 'Peggy Huff, Betty Quenelle. Ina Ruth Martin, Ann Cockrell. '
Lucil C eveland hapter
The Lucile H. Cleveland chapter of the Girls'
Hi-Y has been organized only a few years, but it Gil-15' H i . Y
has successfully accomplished many worthwhile
projects. Most of the credit for the accomplishment
of the club goes to our new sponsor, Mrs. Boaz.
The main projects our club undertook this year
were the Dave Howell Fund, food for needy famil- ,
ies at Christmas, contribution to the World Youth fr
Fund and the Y. M. C. A. Building Fund.
The goal of the Hi-Y club is clean speech, clean
sporis, clean scholarship, and clean living with .
contagious Christian character. All of the girls be-
lieve they are succeeding to a great degree.
MARY GILLAM . President
,IOANNE WRIGHT . . Vice-President
ANN COCKRELL . . Secretary
MARGERY CLARK . Treasurer
Llz MICKLE . Q . Clmplnin.
'l'o1v1MY Norm: . Presizlenl
BOBBY BAILEY .' . Vice-Presizlent
J IMMY NUNNELLY . . Secretary
MICKEX' STEWART . . Treasurer
C Boys' Hi-Y
George Nee y hapter
The George Neely Hi-Y Chapter tried a new method this year and it worked very successfully. Each
member was assigned to a committee where he worked with his group and gave a report at each club meet-
ing. This saved time and it gave every boy an opportunity to serve.
The G. N. Chapter contributed to a number of funds since their goal for the year was 5150. This
money was raised by dances, fun nights, and sacrificial gifts. The sacrificial giving proved the boys that
are affiliated with Hi-Y are trying to live by the standard "to create, maintain, and extend." Every mem-
ber of the club gave at least one dollar of his own personal money to the worth while organization.
Mr. Newman is the G. N. adviser and he has gained the respect of every club member. Mr. Newman
gives his opinions on issues, but he lets the members decide for themselves what they want to do. He is
a very capable adviser for young people.
F irst 1-ow: Arvid Wahlquist, Ronald Crossley, Boyd Swingley. Jimmy Reaves, Floyd Stroup, Clyde Yarbrough, Bill Triplett,
Lynn Shelton, Ralph Farabeef Bobby Mange .... Second 1-ow:Harry Mohlmann, Dan Hensley, Roy Ponder, Buster Simpson,
Henry Wingard, Miller Weatherly, Jimmy Nunnelly, James Harrell, Raymond Harper, Wayne Ward .... Third row: Bobby
Bailey, George Longshore, Malcolm Shelton, Gene Coley, Karl Gladden, Sonny Statom, Harold Royal, George Bennett,
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Mickey Steviart, B ny Tommy Nolen
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First row: Bill Carter, Harry Weatherly, Jimmy Finley, Jimmy Lipsley, George Coats, Richard Coleman, George Box, Curtis
Cotton, Jerry Arnold .... Second row: John Mark Shirley, Douglas Hicks, Ivie Parsons, Ernest Kangelos, Jerry Bailey,
Horst Helbig, Ray Moore, Bill Brackney, Charles Hackney, Frank Jones .... Niird row: Jimmy Van Wondei-ham Milton
Wigley, John Allen Power, Morgan Kerr, Buddy Whitlock, Chris Banister, Barry Broach, Bobby Smith.
C. Hal C eveland hapter
The stated purpose of this club is "to create, to maintain, and to extend throughout the school and
community higher standards of Christian character." This club has the excellent aim of building a good
strong Christian character of our boys. The members of the club try to carry such ideals as clean speech,
clean sports, and clean living through their leadership into all phases of school activities.
The club has done much charity work this year. The members of the club collected food to distribute
among the needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas. We believe the club is serving a wonderful pur-
pose in our school and community.
HARRY XVEATHERLY . . President
RAY MOORE . . . Vice-Presiclent
ERNEST KANGELOS . . Secretary
C1R1ARL13s HACKNEY . . Treasufrer
Jolm MARK SHIRLEY . Chaplain
Orls SMITH . . President
BARBARA Youwc . . Vice-President
MOZELLE PIERCE . . Secretary
FELTON CLARK . . Treasurer
HAROLD SALLAS . . . Club Reporter
MRS. SCREVENS Sz MR. SIBERT . Sponsors
The Diversified Occupations Club affords the
students valuable social training and an opportunity
to develop qualities of leadership, as well as to
provide social activities. Each high school that offers
cooperative training has an active club. In addition
to business meetings and social activities each club
makes some significant contributions designed to
improve the school building facilities or campus.
Local clubs are affiliated with the State Diver-
sified Occupations Club, and each year the high
point of club activities is reached during the state
convention. Here club members meet to work and
play with other members from all parts of the state,
and they have the opportunity to be hosts to leaders
in the field of business, industry, and education.
The club is under the sponsorship of Mrs.
Screvens, and Mr. Sibert, the D. E. and D. O. Co-
ordinators. They have proved to be excellent leaders
for the club.
First row: Elizabeth Kircus, Levena Feazell, Arnetha Stancil Mozelle Pierce, Barbara Stancil, Kazeen Morrow, Jeanette
Shook, Sandra Shook, JoAnn Taylor .... Second row: Sara Davidson, Wynett Braden, Dorothy Lee, glpra -Gillflelf, Marie
Gardner, Wanda Watson, Barbara Young, Jo Ann Herndon, Kenneth Austin, Hazel Dickerson, Marie ayngs, Betty Flood,
Elizabeth Hollaway, Bobby Jean George, Barbara Wade, Ruth Craig, Mrs. Screvens, Jo Goad .... Fourth row: Bobby
Hubbard, James Gilbert, Billy Jo Allinder, Jimmy Pate, Major Cannon, Donald Hammett, Tommy Yarborough, Charles
Green, Felton Clark, Howard Reynolds .... Fifth row: Billy Storey, Max Bowmen, Clarence Potts, Otis Smith, Randall Dye,
Harold Sallas, James Anderson, Mr. Sibert.
First row: Betty Jo Sasnett, Barbara BlourgilNancy Pierce, Peggy Handle, Rosa Lee LaTaste, Alice Thompson June Hale,
Mary Ann Crichton .... Second row: Rut Lindsey, Barbara Davis, Julia O'de1l, Annette Burroughs, Nama Brown,
Wynette Brayden, Lenora Hollingsworth, Mrs. Hudson, Sylvia holland .... Third row: Dixie Spurlin, Jane Scruggs, Helen
Ann McKee, Rose Ann Owens, Qigyl-11991, Virginia Hill, Betty Richardson, Bett Morton .... Fourth row: Ronald Crossley,
Douglas Hicks, Eli Bell, Felton Clark, Harry Mohlmann, Rona rant Arvil Walquist. ,
The Junior Red Cross has as its main purpose service to others. Through our Junior Red Cross many
projects have been successfully completed this year. The members have all joined hands and completed
this yeas as one of the most successful years, carrying out the Junior Red Cross purpose under the capable
leadership of our sponsor, Mrs, Hudson.
Ross LEE LATASTE . . . President
BETTY Jo SASNETT . . V ice-Presirlenz
NANCY PIERCE . . Secretary
DOUGLAS H1cKs . . Treasurer
ROSA ANN OWENS . . Reporzer
' First row: Babs Blakely, Norma Jean Fordham, Harriet Mallard, Margery Clark, Libba Scruggs, Jerry Nelson, Mary Ann
Hitt, Liz Mickle, Blanche Spradley .... Second row: Mrs Stroup, Barbara Arnold, Jaudon Hunter, Alice McCall, Helen
. Meigs, Shirley Curleegrlvfargie Harrison, Harriet Hubbard, Mary Gillam, Marie Griffin, Peggy Ledbetter, Mary Cater. . . .
,L o Third row: Hal Roberts, Bill Breem, Elton Jones, Boyd Swingley, Bill Aldrup, Harold Royal, Morgan Kerr, Floyd Stroup, ,
gN ' L" Harry Weatherly, Pat McCary, Charlotte Worsham. '
pani h lub
The Spanish Club is an organization of interested students who are studying Spanish or who have
Each month during the school year there are two meetings. The programs consists of Latin American
music, poetry, art, and games. Often we have an opportunity to listen to a speaker who has toured some
Spanish speaking section of the world. Mrs. Stroup, our sponsor lived for quite a while in Puerto Rico, and
through her we gain a better knowledge of the language and habits of Latin Americans.
In addition to our purpose of "Better Pan-American Relations" of lst year, we have added as goals,
"More Facility in the use of the Spanish Language and a better understanding of the people." Our hope is
to have many more years in the future as successful as this one! BUENOS DESEOS A TODOS!
PAT MCCARY . .
...L FLOYD STROUP .
MARGIE HARRISON .
Mas. STROUP . .
. . Sponsor
First row: George Keechh'lEgQy,Landers .... Second row: Joyce Moore, Paula Knowlton .... Third row: Eunice Scully,
Eaye Roberts ..., Fourt row: Dottie Hicks, Marcia O'Shields ..,. Fifth row: Jo Ann Wright, Su Bette Shelby, Mrs. Shelby,
Peggy Roberts, Lula Mosely .... Sixth row: Eatsyx MQGQIB, Pat Allen .... Seventh row: Patsy Lumpkin, Peggy French. . . . ,Oy
Eighth row: Martha Estes, Elna Harman .... 'Nint'E'row: Mary Frances Hamilton, Helen Long. Karl Gladden, Ralph Young- L.,
blood, Billy Moon, Tommy MCKQV, Wayne Ward, Jimmy Lipsley, Julia Rowan. Q
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The membership of the Pen-A-Pal Club is made up of students who are interested in corresponding
with boys and girls in foreign countries. When letters are received, they are read aloud at the club meet-
ings. By exchanging letters, we gain a better understanding of our foreign friends.
On our programs we have speakers who have visited foreign countries, or who have lived there. We
also study the foreign countries where our pen pals live.
One of the main purposes of this club is friendship but it also provides an excellent opportunity in the
art of letter writing.
GEORGE KEECH . Presidenz
BETTY LANDERS V ice-President J .m-.....,.,r--
JOYCE MOORE . Secretary
Jo ANN WIRIGHT . . Treasurer
MRS. SHELBY .
RACHEL KNIGHT . . . President
J EAN MCCARY .... V ice-President
MARY ALICE ELLIOTT . . Secretary
DORIS VAUGHN . . . . Treasurer
MARIE MARTIN . Program Chairman
Don't be surprised if in a few years you find some fine business men and women who are alumni
members of A. H. S., because they are here learning. The Commercial Club meets every even Tuesday.
The purpose of this club is "to promote better understanding of the business world and to create a feeling
of unity among commercial students." Their programs consist of interesting discussion problems.
This group occasionally forgets the business world and turns to social life. Their socials are well
remembered by all the people who attend.
First row: Duc' ' ' 'n. Marie Martin, Doris Vaughn, Joyce Pullen, Margaret Ann Smith, Barbara Bell .... Second row:
Willie Proc or, Mary arker, Catherine Cunningham, Beth Craig, Martha Chavers, Barbara F' , Tiny Lockridge .... Third
row: ary Ruth Finley, Betty Sue Reynolds, Eleanor Nobles, na are Stewart, Charlotte Beavers,
.Ann Pitts, :Ioyce Mize, Barbara Taylor, Jean McCary, Mary Alice Elliott, Marie Frazier, Rachel Knight, Mrs. Hill.
First -row: Roy Ponder, Merry Lou Arthur, Mary Hurt, Paula Knowlton, Ivie Parso arold Wells, . . . Second row: Mrs.
Cobbs, Barbara Hames, L1H'a"1Vl'oEIeyTJzEi'ce Thornt , Carolyn Barker .... zr row: elton Clark, Douglas Hicks, George
Box, Richard Coleman, Jimmy Nunnal y, uster Simpson, Sonny Statom, Tommy Yarborough, Richard Phillips, Dan House.
Harvey Love. V- ' f
ational Thespian Societ
The National Thespian Society is an organization for those students who are interested in the advance-
ment of dramatic arts in the high school. b
Our troop of the Society was granted its charter in the fall of 1949.
This year our society is working mostly on a broad program which consists of home room programs,
skits, reports on playwrights and one act plays. We have also started radio plays which are presented over
the radio at different times.
Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Frances O. Cobbs the Thespian troop has progressed rapidly, and in
the years to come it will be looking forward to greater things in dramatic arts.
DAN HOUSE . . . President """io
SONNY STATOM . . Vice-President
HARVEY Lovr: . . Secretary A
RICHARD PHILLIPS . . . . Treasurer
MERRY Lou ARTHUR Recording Secretary
MRS. COBBS ...... Sponsor
nni ton High
Those boys and girls in red and black band uniforms deserve our whole hearted applause because no
other organization has done more to promote school spirit than the Anniston High School Band. Yes, we
should all take off our hats to the band and its high stepping majorettes who have done such an excellent
job under the very capable direction of Mr. Jackson.
Perhaps the best work was done during the football season when the group went on all the football
trips and held their own in the school activities with each member doing his part well. Through rain, sleet
or snow the band went on prepaiing for each halftime show for each Friday night. Everyone will recall the
Anniston fans, who were so wet from rain and gloomy from the score, were suddenly brought to life in
Gadsden when the band marched on the field with gay music and snappy marching.
This year, as usual, the group has had social activities with plenty of fun and food for all.
RANDALL DYE . . . President
PAT MARTIN . . V ice-President
BARBARA SMITH . . . Secretary
TOMMY YARBOROUGH . Treasurer
HAROLD MARTIN . . Drum Major
L. P. JACKSON . . Director
OFFICERS l COLOR GUARD
First row: Betty Landers, Joenne McKee, Betty Lou Stewart, Ducky Cain, Richard Coleman, Barbara Smith Dick Weaver
Edward Hepinstall, Ann Coleman, An art, Vee, our m' ascof, M arlene McCle11a-n, Barbara Ray, Rosa Lee La'1'astel
. . . Second row: Harold Martin, S57Bi ooten, Floyd Stroup, Lelia Jo Mayes, Lawana House, Mildred Johnson, Garrity
Watson, George Coats, Bobby Mange, Jimmy Thomas, Wallace Wilkerson, L. P. Jackson .... Third raw: Ann Sams, Barry
Broach, Lynn Shelton, Pat Martin, James McDonald, Ruth Craig, Donald Nelson, Barbara ' Christine Henson, Ray
Watson, Betty Jean Avery, Jack Coleman, Barbara Stancil, Wayne Smith, Billy Shelton, e Craig, Barbara Wade, Mary
Hurt, Carol n Jone James Harold, Randal Dye, George Coleman .... Fifth row: Howard Harmon, Clyde Yarbrough,
Ralph ara ee, era d Graham, Jerry Arnold, Mary Eleanor Jones, Tommy Yarbrough, Jimmy Boyd, Kenneth Austin, Butch
Denman, Jerry Bailey, Frank Carlisle.
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FRANK ROLLINS . . . President
CHARLES BENNETT . V ice-President
BARBARA SMITH . . Secretary
BOBBY WELLS . . Treasurer
MR. JACKSON . . Sponsor
The Music Club is a combination of three of
our former music clubs--the Armoniers, Lyre, and
Etude. This club is a fine musical organization with
Mr. Jackson as sponsor.
The programs are devoted to the study of music
and composers of music. Members of the club take
palrt in all the programs and enjoy doing it. The
purpose of the club is to develop appreciation and
love for music. This club contains our best musical
First row: Barbara Taylor, Sybil Clark, Betty Joan Barnes, Ann Fite, Joan Holsenback, Sybil Wooten, Barbara Ray, Carolyn
Jones, Mary Hurt, Pat Martin, Christine Henson .... Second row: Mildred Johnson, arbara Fite, Barbara Joan Smith, Bar-
bara Jean Smith, Deborah Hughes, Peggy Huff, Gena Wadell. Martha Blackmon, Bo y ange, Clyde Yarbrough, Douglas
White .... Third row: Donald Taylor, Frank Rollins, Katherine Ragais, Betty Baker, Kitty Burke, Richard Coleman, George
Box, Gerald Graham, Jimmy Thomas, Lynn Shegon .... Fourth -row: Teddy Papaspiros, Bobby Wells, Jimmy Boyd, Edward
Heptinstall, Wayne Smith, Jerry Bailey, :'Bobby Smith? George Coats, Jerry Arnold, Ralph Earabee .... Fifth rom: Prol.
Jackson, Howard Harman, John Marx Shirley, George Hoop:-r, Dick Weaver, Jack Coleman, John Head, Forbes Privett,
James Harrell, Don Hou'ton. Wallace Wilkerson.
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First row: Mary Ruth Finley, Rachel Knight, Marie Frasier , Patsy Cui' , Blanche Spradley, Betty Ifanders, Paula Knowlton,
Ann Coleman .... Second row: Mary Alice Elliott, Willie lsro :toi-, An Carter, ' , Garritywmon, Jean Pullen,
Felton Clark .... Third row: Mrs. Williams, Charlotte Beavers, Barbara Bell, Martha havers, Mary Chavers, Mary
Parker, Elizabeth Richardson, Jean McCary, Kitty Burke, Mary Faye Yeager, Betty Sue Reynolds.
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These are the people who will be the teachers of tomorrow. During this year they have done many
worthwhile things. Among them is the Christmas party they gave for the first grade pupils of Sixth
The Frances Massey Club of the Future Teachers of America was chartered by the National Educa-
tion Association on March 12, 1948. The FTA is a national and state-wide movement to which it is con-
sidered an honor to belong. The projects of this organization are self improvement, visits to colleges, and
visits to local elementary schools. These projects are so well developed that the young people are en-
couraged to maintain higher standards of character and personality which are the foundation of successful
teaching. Last year the Future Teachers Club visited the University of Alabama. This is one of the most
popular and progressive clubs in our school.
JEAN MCCARY . . . President
MARY ALICE ELLIOTT V ice-President
RACHEL KNIGHT . . Secretary
BETTY LANDERS . Treasurer
KITTY BURKE .
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MQRTHA ANN WINIPEE . . . President
ANN COLEMAN .... Vice-President
BETTY CAROL BENNETT . . Secretary
BILLIE Lou VANCEL . . Treasurer
MRS. HUGER . . . Sponsor
The Home Economic Club represents a group
of girls who are to become the homemakers of the
future. The club consists of thirty-five charter mem-
bers, and its sponsor is Mrs. Huger who has so ably
directed the group for several years.
This group, which meets every two weeks, is
interested in all phases of home life and in methods
of improving onels personality. Their motto is "As
our girlhood is, so shall our womanhood be." These
girls believe this and they are trying to make the
most of their girlhood by making every effort for
the development of the individual and for improve-
merits in home life.
Q First row: Ann Coleman, Betty Bennett, Betty Shelton, Betty Lou Stewart, Pat Shelton, Alta Anderson, Julia Ashley. . . .
B Second row: Martha Ann Wimpee, Clagglo Paris, Billie Lou Vancel, Marlene McClellan, Carol Watson, Betty Quinelle,
Barbara Pavlock, Peggy Anderson .... Third row". Doris Bean, Lelia Jo Mayes, Carol Wiesendanger, Juanita Robinette,
Joyce Smith, Phyllis Walters, Joanne Ann CockreQ,,. . , Fourth row: Jean Pulleni Margaret Elwell, Ina-Martin, Garrity
Watson, Bobbie Jean Turner, Martha Kim Davenport, Martha Estes, Sara- Craft,. Mrs. Huger,'Carolyn Brooks.
First row: Pat Reed, Betty Baxter, Nancy Goad, Agnes Bowling, Sandra Taylor, Margie Hamilton .... Second row: Peggy
Watson, Magnolia Carter, Mildred Wigley, Jerry Davis, Mary Ann Chafin, Ann Waters .... Third row: Joanne Gober,
Mavis Duke, Carolyn Doss, Nancy Grant, Rose Mary Kilgore, Barbara Schilb.
The Girls Physical Education Club is new in the Anniston High School. It was organized by Mrs.
Clarice Boaz, who is the sponsor.
The purpose of this club is to encourage universal participation in all forms of wholesome sport and
to promote ideals of health and sportsmanship.
When you see a girl wearing a,big "A", her school letter, remember she won it through the Physical
Education Club. You may be sure she has earned it in a way that it is a credit to herself and to her school.
BETTY BAXTER . . President
MARGIE HAMILTON . . VicePresidem2
JERRY DAVIS . . Secretary
NAN GRANT . . Treasurer
When the Scribblers Club was formed, its founders had high ideals for it, and they hoped that from
the pens of many members, literature would be richer. Through the years these ideals have been held
high, and the members have accomplished much.
This year the club's main interest was that each member have either a poem, novel, short story, or an
essay published. Through the kind and gentle understanding of Mrs. Nichols, our sponsor, the members
have written exceptionally outstanding material.
PAT MCCARY . .
PEGGY LEDBETTER .
MARY J EAN SIKORSKI
JOYCE ANN SILAR .
CAROL WATSON .
First row: Peggy Ledbetter, Wanda Watson, Norma Thomas, Sandra Voth, Betty Whatley, Barbara Hames .... cond row.
Jo Ann McGinnis, Betty Baxter, Carol Watson, Norma Jean Brown, Nancy Brmvn! Charlotte Worsham .... Third row: Marie
Martin, Pat McCary, Mrs, Nichols, Carolyn Fite, Joyce Ann Silar, Mary Jean Sikorski,
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RACHEL KNIGHT - HAROLD WELLS
MARY HURT - F. E. MARTIN
NORMA JEAN FORDHAM - HORST HELBIG
BABS BLAKELY - FROG WILUNGHAM
ROSA LEE LATASTE - ELTON JONES
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Second row: Bobby Davis, Tommy Nolen, Bud McCarty, Norman Williams, 1
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COACHES JOHNSON AND BANCROFT
derson, Larry Duke, Harold Willingham, Henry Wingard.
En, Dan House, Barry Johnson, Mickey Stewart, John Sims.
zier, Harold Royal, Billy Davis, Donald Houston, Clarence Pate, Coach Johnson.
Millon, Jimmy Rosser Charles Gilmer, Frank Yancey, Bill Breen.
MANAGERS Love, MILLER, AND YOUNGBLOOIJ
C0-CKPTAIN BILLY MooN
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Anniston displayed a lot of talent when the Bulldogs opened their football sea-
son against Decatur. Although Decatur scored in the first three minutes, our boys
came back for a score which was produced by Jimmy Henderson. He ran 58 yards
for a touchdown. Later in the second quarter Billy Moon intercepted a pass and
ran 60 yards for another T. D. We scored again in the second quarter when Bud
McCarty scored on an end around play which carried 54 yards. We led 20-7 at the
In the last half Decatur got back in the game by scoring two touchdowns. We
put the lid on the game when Moon, who played a beautiful game, ran over 40
yards for our last touchdown.
The Bessemer team was the next to fall before the Bulldogs. Anniston won by
a score of 13-6.
It was a hard fought battle in which Bessemer stopped many of the Bulldogs
long drives short of the goal.
In the opening quarter, the Tigers attempted a punt on fourth down, but F. E.
Martin plunged through the line and blocked the punt. Bud McCarty fell on the
ball in the end zone. In the fourth quarter, Anniston started rolling with Henderson
scoring from the second yard line after a 31 yard run.
Standouts were Gilmer, Willingham, Stewart, Nolen, McCarty Ward, Moon,
Keech and Henderson.
Anniston's third game of the season was against Emma Sansom's Rebels. The
first few plays of the game saw many fumbles by both teams, but then the Bulldogs
settled down to play good football. Moon intercepted a lateral for a 60 yard touch-
down run in the first quarter. Moon recovered a fumble on Sansom's 42 yard line,
where Henderson threw to Keech for our second score. McMillon then made his
second conversion of the night. Sansom scored later on a trick pass play that went
for 53 yards and paydirt. Late in the third quarter, Wayne Ward galloped 60 yards
for the 'Dogs last touchdown.
Bennett, Yancey, Keech. Moon, and Henderson. olaved good hall along with
Willingham, Ward. Nolen and Gilmer.
The Bulldogs were slow to get going but finally behind Bill Monroe's fine run-
ning began to move and beat the Talladega Tigers 21-6. The first quarter was very
slow with neither team threatening the other goal very much. Anniston did make 2
points by a safety. Early in the second quarter, Bill Monroe made a long run and
was finally stopped on the 4 yard line by the Tigers. Billy Moon then went over
for the score. In the closing minutes of the second quarter, Robert Wyatt scored
for Talladega and the score at the half was Anniston 9, to 6 for 'Dega.
The second half was a different story as the Bulldogs really romped all over the
field. When the final gun sounded, the Bulldogs were on the long end of a 21-6 score.
The backfield standouts for the Bulldogs were Monroe, Moon and Keech. In the
line McCarty, Nolen, Stewart, Gilmer, Martin, and Frazier played an outstanding
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The rain really poured down on the huge crowd which packed Memorial
Stadium the night of the Anniston-Phillips ball game. The rain, mud and the Red
Raiders were too much for the Bulldogs to handle. Early in the third period, our
boys started a drive that payed with our only touchdown of the night. Henderson
took the ball on the Phillips 40 yard line and made a beautiful run for the score.
That was the only time that we were really in the game. The locals were trying
all the way, but just didn't have the power to beat the highly rated boys from
Phillips scored twice after the beautiful run by Henderson. The Raiders had
many stars on their team including All-State back, Bobby Duke.
All of our boys played their hearts out, but just didn't have what it took to win
The Bulldogs really showed their power against a big Tuscaloosa County team.
Anniston steamrolled to a 47-0 victory. The Bulldogs, scoring at will, made a night
Jimmy Henderson scored twice in the first quarter, and later Bobby Davis
took over the spotlight by scoring on a beautiful 61 yard touchdown sprint.
"Pookie" Williams took over for the injured Wayne Ward and played a beautiful
game at fullback, topped off by a 52 yard scoring jaunt.
Jimmy McMillon proved that he was more than just an extra point kicker by
scoring on a 40 yard punt return. Bill Monroe passed to Don Frazier for another T.D.
This was a game in which the reserves showed their ability to carry Anniston
to victory and they really came through.
Piggy Watford and a sea of mud kept the Bulldogs in low gear all night as the
'Dogs bowed to Gadsden by a score of 27-6. Billy Moon produced our only score
when he plunged over from the one yard line. The team never quit but it seemed
as though lady luck was not on our side for this game.
McCarty, Frazier, Moon, Keech, Martin and Yancey played a very creditable
game for the 'Dogs.
It seemed as though the mud was more of a hazard to the Anniston team than
to the Gadsden team.
The Bulldogs lost to the Colonels of Woodlawn by a score of 21-7, but it
wasn't a walk over as the score seems. The Bulldogs had plenty of bad luck all
night. Anniston's only touchdown came in the third period when a pass from
Monroe to Keech paid off. The game was then tied up and it looked good for the
tired 'Dogs. On the kick off Malcomb of Woodlawn ran the ball back for a touch-
down, and they scored later in the 4th quarter. Anniston was in the game all the
way, and once had the ball on the Colonels 3 yard line but failed to score.
Bobby Davis played an exceptionally good game along with Moon, Gilmer,
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Alexandria to start the gaine, but on the return of the kickoff Alexandria fumbled, and the Bulldogs
recovered. After about five plays McCarty went over for a touchdown and it looked as if it was going
to be a runaway for the Bulldogs. But on the kickoff Alexandria came roaring back, and led by Prick-
ett. they built up a 13 to 6 lead by halftime. The second half was very evenly played with Alexandria
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McMillon, Frog Willingham, Charles Gilmer, Harold Royal, Mickey Stewart, Larry Duke, Frank Yancey,
Barry Johnson. Bud McCarty, Donny Frazier, Don Handle and F. E. Martin. The final score was Alex-
andria 20, Bulldogs 13.
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Line: Bud McCarty, Charles Gilmer, "Frog" Willingham, Harold Royal, Tommy Nolen, Frank Yancey, Donnie Frazier
. . . Backs: Billy Moon, George Keech, Wayne Ward, Jimmy Henderson.
Line: Barry Johnson, F. E. Martin, Larry Duke, Bill Breen, Hnett, Morgan Kerr, Donald Handle .... Backs: Bobby
Davis, Dan House, Norm an Williams, Bill Monroe.
DEE HIGGINBOTHAM JOE HENnRIcKs
Bulldogs in Action.
Front row: Norman Williams, George Keech, "Dee" Higginbotham, Jimmy McMillon, Joe Hendricks .... Back row: Donnie
Frazier, Bobby McDill, Jimmy Rosser, Billy Chandler, Harold Wells.
Domm: Fmzrm Bonny McD1u.
BILLY CHANDLER, CAPTAIN
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The '50-'51 Bulldogs began the season with only five lettermen. They
were Wells, Keech, Lane, Chandler, and Higginbotham. Up from the B-Team
to round out what is considered one of the six power teams in the SIXTH
DISTRICT are Rosser, McDill, and Hendricks. Lane dropped out at mid-
season and McMillan was brought up from the B-Team.
Although the Bulldogs did not begin the season too effectively, they
managed to win their share, splitting with such powerhouses as Oxford and
Due to hard work by Coach Johnson and the players, the fast break,
which has been the main asset during recent years, began clicking and the
whole squad improved greatly.
Captain Billy Chandler and the Bulldogs came through in grand style
at the Annual Tournament winning the second place position, thus gaining
a berth at the State Tournament. Having defeated Woodlawn, Anniston was
eliminated by the State Champions, Coffee.
It was with ability and determination that the Bulldogs went a long
way this year.
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