Bessemer High School - Kallista Yearbook (Bessemer, AL)

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I Cikia ff' ' , it Dyk 1 7- A Vs ' :42?'f'9?g' -Qwff wwf X ' wa?-ggffw' 1 fnfi .. iii ,L J YL eb 8 ,..f ,X , 49' I .4533 Hrfgjacx if 43? X 'x gif f' hx W 4 N ffdpmxxww R f" . . 'sv f 'dj f LJ ALL15 A 1, 55531 " QQ .. .... C? ' :FII ,- I!!! 55EMF.H HIE!-I 5f,HUUL 11-1--.-ff -1-A--N-is - f :K fi Clow 'rtauriq DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION and FACULTY JANUARY SENIORS JUNE SENIORS UNDERGRADUATES ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS HONORS THEME Through a forward-looking program of education our school is stressing good citizenship. With that in mind the theme "Confucius Say" seemed to be appropriate. The ancient teacher, an inquiring thinker and a Sage of China, has inspired many persons with his comments on the conduct of man toward himself and society. His aim was to show "how to get through this lite like courteous gentle- men." The Oriental motif has given our artists an opportunity to correlate their work with this produc- tion. We hope that our book exemplifies a well- known maxim of Confucius: "In style all that is required is that it convey the meaning." gi'lfTf 'lv 1? Gr ff' iff To those who have held high the torch of security, health, and assistance, guided us through our many trials and tribulations, loved us and reioiced with us Through infancy, adolescence into young man- hood and womanhood, we, the Senior Class of 1950, humbly dedicate this issue of our yearbook to OUR PARENTS. QSX AIU? DR. J. W. LETSON Superintendent B. S. Auburn, M. A.,.Ed. D. Columbia Uni' versityp State Department of Education 1944-49 ,t.'-'F-'Iii' M 625 ' , .pl ' t 3551275 ' : 9013! F' Vol Num lid 1 Q-'lm-.S kiwi - . C14 , y wana" " .. . 225-417, ..f.n.-u-vlg A Y A li!" ui A it . A 4 L' MR. J. A. DAVIS 1 . r Principal 5: x.j, X - A. B., M.A., University of Alabama, President X4 QJ r District V A. E. A. ii' I.: ,B 5 . .. We --:iivilzgit -.few Q - Lb. A -f 7 4 - Q-'E-1-'74s-if-1.-iv.-,.f.! ADMiNf5T TIUN MISS BERNICE BAILEY M.A., A.B. from University of Alabama, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi. Math and Spanish. MR. BILLY DABBS B.S. and M.A. from University of Alabama, Phi Delta Kappa. Science. MR. CHARLES DOUGLAS A.B., Howard College. History, Physical Education. MRS. AIDALU FORD A.B. from Alabama College, M.A. from Vanderbilt Univer- sity. if M1531 Q31 MRS. ALLYNE BOLEN A.B. from Birmingham South- ern, Graduate of American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Phi Beta Kappa. Speech. MISS ELEANOR DAVIS B.S. from University of Ala- bama. Home Economics. MR. B. E. EVANS Graduate of Florence State Teachers' College, B.S. and M.A. from the University of Alabama. Supervisor of Vocational Edu- cation. MISS ONIE GIBSON A.B. from Birmingham South- ern, M.A. from Peabody. Commercial Work. MR. PAUL HANCOCK B.M. in Music Composition from Youngsfon College. Bond Director. MISS LIZZIE MAE HARTLINE Huntingdong A.B. from Bir- minghom Southern. English. MRS. DAISY NAFTEL Assistont Registror. 'Miss VIVlAN Nix B.M. from Monievollog A.B. from Howord. Choral Music. MR. HORACE PETERSON B.S. from Howard College. Biology. MR. S. C. PORCH Jacksonville State Teachers' Collegep B.S. from University ot Alabama! Coordinator of Vocational Education. MISS BESSIE RILEY B.A. and M.A. from Peabody: Diploma in Law and Proce- dure, LaSalle Extension Uni- versityg B.L. from Judson Collegeg Taught in Philippines. Traveled around the world. History. MR. RANDOLPH SIMPSON University of Kentucky. Drafting Instructor. MISS DANA PRICKETT A.B. from Huntingdon Col- lege. English. MISS AINNA RATLIFF A.B. from Howard, M.A. from Columbia. Math. MRS. POLLY T. SAUNDERS A.B. Athens College. Girls' Physical Education. COACH SNITZ SNIDER B.S. from A.P.l. Physical Education. MRS. ARTIE SNOW Howard College, Livingston Collegeg University of Ala- bama. History and Civics. PROP. G. S. TURNEY B.S. from University of Ala' bama. Science. MR. LOUIS VINES Machine Shop. MRS. JOSEPHINE WARD Home Economics. MR. JOHN TAFT B.S. from University ol Ala- bama, Diploma from Jackson- ville Stote Teachers' College. Science and Manual Training. MR. R. M. VASSAR Auto Mechanics. MRS. MARGARET VINES A.B. from Birmingham South- ern. English. MISS HELEN WEBSTER B.S. from University of Ala- bama, Normal Diploma from Livingston State Teachers' College. Moth. 'Z John Fowler President f f' N Mr' f3""'r LN!-134 Y Pofricio Costa VicefPresident Jo Ann Huff Secretory lil CLASS Ill 'I'0llY On that very special day in January, 1946, twenty nine freshmen, full of hope and anxiety, enter- ed Bessemer High School. Having been smeared with lipstick by some of the upperclassmen, we were prepared for the misery of rushing to and from classes. Yes, we found our work hard, but before We realized it the time had come for the summer vacation. As the semesters came and went, our number diminished, the few remaining ones, with the help of reinforcements from other classes, continued the pursuit until, at last, we captured the glorious name of Seniors. We have much to acclaim, for our class has four members in the National Honor Society, seven in the Tri-Hi-Y, four in the A Club, five in the Sport Club, one in the Hi-Y, nine in the "B" Club, three inthe "Y" Teens, and four in the National Thespian Society. One of the members of our class received a special honor, Jo Ann Huff was chosen to represent Bessemer High School on the Laurie Battle Tour. Upon leaving high school some of us will get married and others will enter college. Though we may be separated, in our hearts the memory of our classmates, teachers, and friends will live forever. We shall always think of B. H. S. as the place where the most important chapters in our lives were acted. JO ANN WOOD Class Historian' COLORS: RED and WHITE FLOWERS: RED ROSES SONG: MEMORIES W i WW Wm Anthony Arnone "To play with some well known orchestra." Band '45, '46, D. O. Club. Pauline Baker "Polly" "To make one certain person happy." Sports Club, Glee Club, D, O. Club, Cheerleader '48, Y- Teens '48, '49. Carreme Helen Boackle HBCU "To play a duet with Oscar Levant." Secretary Y-Teens, '48, '49, Student Council '49, Kallista Staff '49, Class Musician, Senior Class Play. Patricia Costa "Patsy" "To always look for the silver lining." Vice-President Senior Class, Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer '49, Na- tional Honor Society, Sport Club, Assistant Editor of Kal- lista, Senior Class Play. Patricia Marie Ford "Pat" "To always be happy." Sports Club, Kallista Staff, Y- Teens '48, Tiger Times Staff. :Jia i by I IJ '11 tj 'Gerald E. Autry Football '48, '49, Track '48, '49, "B" Club Vice-President '49, Thomas C. Black "Peahead" "Best Architect in the business." Cheerleader '49, Honor Draft- ing Society '49, '50, President '49, Football '47, '48, Base- ball '48, Drafting Cup '49, Johnny Boyd "To be able to tell which twin has the Toni." Lohner Frances Faulkner "To do more, wish less." Salutatorian, President Tri- Hi-Y '49, Chaplin Sports Club '49, National Honor Society, Secretary Glee Club, Red Cross Representative, Busi- ness Manager Kallista Staff, Tiger Times Staff, Student Council, Favorite '49, Senior Class Play. John Mitchel Fowler, Jr. "Goat" "To make hay while the sun shines." Thespians, President Glee Club, President Session Room '48, President Senior Class '50, Head Cheerleader '48, Student Council '49, Football '49, Lunchroom Staff '48, '49, Senior Class Play. Marie Garrett "To strive at all times to make others, as well as myself, happy." Sports Club, Journalism Club. Milton Gray "To be the best dentist in the business." B Club '48, Senior Class Play '50, Peggy Jean Harrell "To have my one and only dream come true." "A" Club, Secretary '49, Stu- dent Council "49, Kallista Staff '49, Class Prophet. u Francis Regis Johnston "Futus" "To be a History teacher." Office, Band '44-'49, Intra- mural Softball '47, '48, Sen- ior Class Play. Alfred Jordan "Pot" "To take life easy until it gets hard and then keep on taking it easy." Football '46, '47, '49, Base- ball '47, Jack Gleason "Shorty" "Learn to do well, seek judgment, relieve the p oppressed." Automotive Statt '47, '48, '49, Scoreboard Operator '47, '48, '49 James Ralph Hall llJimmyll "Help my fellowmen." Jo Ann Huff HT o deserve, then desire." President Sports Club '49, Secretary National Honor Society '49, Tri-Hi-Y, Secre- tary ot Senior Class, Editor of Kallista, Ensemble, Glee Club '48, Representative Laurie Battle Tour, Tiger Times Staff '48, Valedictorian, Senior Class Play. Nancy Jones "To live a long and happy lit " 6. D. O. Club. Gene Kachelhofer "KacheI" "To advance." Anita Karr "To always be as happy as l am now." "A" Club, 2nd Vice-President '49, National Honor Society, Kallista Staff, Student Coun- cil Representative. Carl King "Turtle" "To play College Football." "B" Club, Football '47, '48, Basketball '46, '47, '48, Track '46, '47, Class Gittorian. Terrell Jerome McBride "Jerry" "To live and let live," D. O. Club. Gloria Ann Patterson "To be the original originator ot originality." Science Club, Glee Club, Girls' Ensemble, Library Staff. Helen Sanders "Red" "Never to get up early enough to be shot at sun rise." D. O. Club. I 'W m . Q. " ' V ,-- .v is v .1 Ni lli, t ' -'mf Bill Kilpatrick "Fert" "To make a success of lite." Football '45, '46, '47, '48, '49, All County, '48, Co-Captain '49, Basketball '45, '46, '47, Track '46, '47, '48, "B" Club Vice-President '48, Glee Club. Anna Mae Lewis "Ann" "To smile through life." Tri-Hi-Y, "Y"-Teens. lvlaurine McDonald "Punkin" "To own a horse ranch."' Vice-President "A" Club '49, Tri-Hi-Y, National Thespian' Society, Hi Cub Reporter '49, Tiger Times Staff '48, '49, Kallista Staff '49, Senior Class Play. Joe Roberson "To live and learn." Secretary Hi-Y, B Club, Foot- ball '48, '49, Track '48, '49. Eulala Sellers "To enioy Life." Library Staff. Thomas James Smitherman, Jr. "To run in the Olympics." Track '46, '47, '48, '49, "B" Club '47, '48, '49. Milton H. Ward "To always have my wine, women, and song." Bobbie N. Wilson "Speedy" "To be rid of the library forever and to screarn once while l'm there." Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Class Poet, Red Cross Representative '49, Senior Class Play '49. Joann Wood "To die in the Dead Sea." Tri-Hi-Y, "A" Club, National Thespian Society, Class His- torian, Kallista Staff, Student Council Representative, Glee Club, Senior Class Play, Stu- dent Director "A" Club Play. -,fmz fqw fi-?,'A"' ,.1?ia.3, 5 ,A Adj. ,ff 1 IQ, -I i:lil.lll.lllll -1:-A-PM Edward Colquitt Stapp "Wedemeyer" "To become sumptuously opulent." National Thespian Society, Football '48, '49. Billy John Wilbanks "To be an expert draftsmanf' '48 Vice-President Honor Drafting Society, Thespian Society. Charles Wilson "Eagle" "To strive, to seek, to find, and not yield." Football '47, '48, '49, Track '48, '49, Baseball '47, "B" Club '48, '49, Secretary- Treasurer. wb S 'ls' it gy KX .X, . , , . I tn, I , 4 K r , . s'- , ,4f ' , . -, - xg . di. gi -tly fv 41 if gl , a if 4 , ,rl , fr' l l PIIIIPIIEIIY llll CLASS IIF '5 Having been commissoned to write the prophecy of our class, I went to a remote section on the outskirts of our city to seek information from a crystal gazer who was famed for her ability to read the future. While waiting in her little reception room, I became interested in a large crystal ball resting on a table directly in front of me. I was gazing intently into this mystic globe when suddenly I observed small black spots appearing here and there on its surface. These began to take the faces of people whom I recognized as my dearest friends, members of the class of '50, Each passed before me, led by our class president, John Fowler, as the speaker of the House of Representatives. He proved to be an orator of unusual ability, and his efficient secretary was Lohner Frances Faulkner. In Gleason's night club I saw our class musician, Carreme Boackle. She was playing a duet with Oscar Levant, accompanied by Anthony Arnone and his orchestra. In an obscure corner I observed Milton Ward with his wine, women, and song. Upon leaving, everyone obtained his hat from the hat check girl, Pat Ford. Next appeared the world-famous King's University. Inside a faculty meeting was being held. Those taking part in the discussions were the following: Bobbie Wilson, head librarian, who was assisted by Eulala Sellers, Francis Johnston, history teacher, Billy Wilbanks, drafting teacher, Helen Sanders and Gloria Patterson, heads of the home economics department, and the last were the head coaches, Bill Kilpatrick, Alfred Jordan, and Charles Wilson. As I departed, I met the track stars of the University- T. J. Smitherman-Jr., 'Joe Robertson, and Gerald Autry. As my friends passed before me, I found that Thomas Black, a famous architect, had designed a skyscraper which was owned by Jerry McBride. In the distance was Edward Stapp's beautiful colonial mansion. At the door was Johnny Boyd, who was delivering dry cleaning for his establishment. A The next to appear on the list of success was Gene Kachelhofer, a prosperous business man who was having his car serviced at a well known garage, which was operated by James Hall. A tea was being given in honor of Patsy Costa, whose engagement had been announced. Friends who attended were Marie Garrett, the famous model, and her exclusive wardrobe designer, Ann Lewis. Also attending were Maurene McDonald, owner of the largest horse ranch in the United States, and Milton Gray, a million dollar playboy. There came into view a number of married couples-Jo Ann and Noel, Anita and Gardner, Nancy and Jimmy. All were living happily. Polly had succeeded in making her one certain person happy. The spots began to fade when suddenly a large body of water appeared. Believe it or not, Joann Wood was dying in the Dead Sea. At this moment I was aroused from my reverie by the crystal gazer who was saying, "Are you ready to have your future read?" "Yes," I answered faintly. PEGGY HARRELL Class Prophet LA 'l' WILL A ll 'l'll 'l'Alllll 'l' We, the highly respected and honored class of January, 1950, being ot reasonably sound mind and not too physically impaired by the past four years of grueling study, do hereby bequeath and declare that the following last will and testament be inaugurated. General Bequests: ' To Coach Simpson the graduating members of the drafting class leaves its ability and knowledge. To the faculty we leave the remains of dear ole B. H. S. after the l95O class has departed. V To Mrs. Bolen and Mrs. Vines we leave armfuls of gratitude for their untiring help. To all tuture members ot the tollowing classes we leave one hope, that the happiness and fellowship Ne have shared will come TO them. Special Bequests: To future Math 8 students we leave Billy Wilbank's, Johnny Boyd's, and Milton Gray's genius. To future football captains we leave Bill Kilpatrick's ability. To Joe Calandra we leave Carl King's talent in Auto Mechanics. To Peggy Cobb we leave Pat Ford's flirtatious ways. To Mary Rosser we leave Peggy Harrell's cuteness. To Charles Massey we leave Francis Johnston's musical ability. To Robert Riley we leave Billy Wilbank's drawing board and T square. To Jimmy Mills we leave Milton Gray's and Milton Ward's love for hunting. To Joe Kit Trotter we leave Anthony Arnone's ability for dancing. To future Be-Bops we leave the B. T. O. Room. To Charles Ingle we leave Jack Gleason's gift of gab. To "PoPo" we leave his brother's wit. To younger and less experienced wolves we leave Milton Ward's experience and love of the chase. To "Jake" Goodson we leave Joe Robertson's quiet ways. To Math 3 students we leave "POT" Jordan's ability. To Coach Simpson, Carl King leaves his coaching ability. To "Fess" Turney we leave his test tubes. To Miss Hartline we leave a new class of freshmen. To all future graduating classes we leave all the joys and sorrows of graduation. Signed: TOMMY BLACK Class Lawyer "ALMA MA'l'llll" Our friends we never shall forget Alma Mater is a name so dear Nor our patient teachers, you can bet! That thoughts of departure bring a tear And to our principal we add this line We hate to say we're leaving you Because one so dear is hard to find. Although we know its really true. So here's to you old B. H. S. We've laughed and ioked that we'd be glad The best of schools we've entered yet. But in our hearts we're only sad. And to the students still under her rule We've had our tears and smiles and fun Take care of her, we love our school. And we'll always cherish every one. BOBBYE WILSON Class Poet lI0' WHO "To sfop Their odvonces is beyond the power of 'V other men." MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Eddie Sropp Jo Ann Huff rfb gr MOST MUSICAL BIGGEST FLIRT Correme Boockle Pot Ford Francis Johnston Gerold Autry i BEST ALL ROUND Anifo Korr Bill Kilpdfriclc "Their usefulness is not confined fo one Thing." WITTIEST , BEST DANCER Ann Lewis John Fowler Lohner Frances Faulkner "For one word cz mon is often deemed fo be wise, but for one word he is often deemed to be foolish." Anfhony Arnone BEST MANNERED Patsy Cosm Jerry McBride BEST PERSONALITY John Fowler Pauline Boker ref 5 .- ,gy-:,:,-., ,- -' ff . , .. .. 1 ,. ,, V. M, - . Q ii- t.. CUTEST Marie Garrett Johnny Boyd E FRIENDLIEST Patsy Costa Bill Kilpatrick "Friendship should be main' tained without condescension on the grounds of age, sta- tion, or family." MOST ATHLETIC Pauline Baker Bill Kilpatrick "I have not seen the case in which his strength would be insufficient." BEST DRESSED Milton Gray Patsy Costa "What is true in a man's heart will be shown i his outward appearance." Bobby Fowler President Av If U N E eeh e l Lorry Brown Vice-President Beffye Roe Crane Secretory W,,,,,,,, ., wg. ,bv ,g?.Q,,',,,.. ...eWq,...... .. if" i 5' v Y -- -.-,ev TW-F CLASS HI TIIRY On a hot September day in 1946, one-hundred and nineteen students, prepared to enter the halls of Bessemer High School. Some students were excited, some frightened and the others plain bored. We were divided among four teachers, Miss Dana Prickett, Miss Eleanor Davis, Mr. W. M. Crowder and Mr. G. S. Turney. These teachers helped us in making our schedules and getting to classes on time. The first year was very eventful. Miss Davis' session room was changed to Miss Riley and we had another capable teacher to guide us through our school life. When the girl's clubs tapped, the Tri Hi Y got five girls, the Sport Club got four girls, and the A Club two girls. The summer vacation came and everyone enioyed it. The next year was the year the Hi Y tapped and this boys' club took in thirteen boys during these two semesters. After enduring the hardships of initiation, the pledges lived to become full fledged members. This year four girls were tapped into the Sport Club, two into the Tri Hi Y, and four into the A Club. This year Mr. Batchelor become our Biology teacher and took over Mr. Crowder's session room. The National Thespians were organized this year and ten members of our class were charter members. The Junior year was marked by the leaving of Mr. Batchelor and the coming of Mr. Horace Peter- son. Mr, Peterson took over the Biology department and Mr. Batchelor's session room. The girls kept dominating the social clubs, as six were tapped into the Tri Hi Y and two into the A Club. The boys placed four more in the Hi Y. Also during this year five received the great honor of becoming mem- bers of the National Honor Society. At Christmas time Miss Joye Ogburn was chosen Queen Merry Christmas the Sixth. This young lady ruled over the Christmas Carnival in Bessemer. The Senior year one girl was tapped into the Tri Hi Y, three girls into the Sport Club and one boy into the Hi Y. This gave the seniors a dominating force in all the organizations of Bessemer High School. As a class we have accomplished much, we are known over the whole state. At Christmas time Miss Janice Williams was selected Royal Princess of the Christmas Carnival in Bessemer. The class has dwindled from one hundred nineteen students to eighty-eight. When we look back over our high school career, we feel sad because we must leave high school. But when the last book is closed, the last test finished, and the last light at the last Commencement exercise is turned out, we will take with us a memory of pure happiness that no one or no time can take from us. Respectfully submitted, JEAN ROBINSON Class Historian Betty Adams "Adams" "To prove that all blonds aren't light headed." Glee Club '46, D. O. Club. Mary Elizabeth Anderson "Betty Sue" "To always be happy and never silly." Tri-Hi-Y, Sports Club Reporter '48, Vice-President '49, Stu- dent Council '49, Tiger Times Stott '49, Red Cross Represen- tative '48, Kallista Stott. Eudora Blankenship "Doe Doe" "To till my place in lite to the best of my ability." Glee Club '46-'50, Girls' En- semble '47-'5O, Home Eco- nomics Achievement Award '49, D. O. Club Secretary and Treasurer '49-'50, Katherine Burgess "Dusie" "To always be able to look on the bright side of lite." Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council Rep- resentative '49. Dorothy Cahela MDOT!! "To always be happy and make others happy." WE' tt fm rt f fi If 43" ull' t in W. 41' 5' Jimmy Albright "Red" "To always be happy." Hi-Y, "B" Club, Football '47- '49, Track '48, Student Council '49. A. Benton Baker, Jr. . "Big Stoop" "To serve my tellowman." Lunchroom Staff '47-'50, National Thespian Society '47-'50, Hi-Y '47-'50, State I-li-Y Conference '48, Glee Club '47-'50, Boys' Quartet '48-'50, All-State Chorus '49- '50, Class Lawyer, Rogues '49. William Lawrence Brown "Larry" Hi-Y, National Honor Society, Vice-President '49, Science Club President '49, Glee Club, Tennis '49. Wilbur Buck "To be prodigiously affluent." National Thespian Society, Hi-Y, Lunch Room Staff, State Hi-Y Conference '48, Student Council, Football '48, '49, "B" Club. Joe Calandra "Butterball" "To change Miss Ratliff's oil in her new car." Gloria Carmichael "To look tor the sunshine but be prepared fgr the rain." Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain '49, Vice- President '50, Sports Club, Kallista Statt, Tiger Times Staff, Junior Red Cross Coun- cil Representative, Student Council. Jean Chamblee "Jeanne" "To make sawdust out of the Board ot Education." D. O. Club, Kallista Staff, Library Stott, "Y" Teens '47, '48. Oliver Coggin "Buddy" "B" Club, Football, Track, Hi- Y, Student Council. Bettye Rae Crane "To succeed in everything l do." Band '46-'48, Glee Club '47, Sports Club, "A" Club, Stu- dent Council '48, President National Honor Society '49, Secretary Senior Class, Tiger Times .'47, Kallista Staff. Clarence Crotwell "Tonto" "To keep my mouth shut and let people think me a fool, rather than open it and leave no doubt." Hi-Y Secretary '48, National Thespians, National Honor Society, Glee Club, Boys' State '49, Delegate N. C. N. A. S. C. '49, President Stu- dent Body, Lunch Room Staff. I-Ei fm., R. Annette Ceravolo lINetII "To make someone happy." Joe Clayton Hi-Y, National Honor Society, Basketball '48, '49. William Bird Collier Billy, "Jap" National Honor Society, Hi- Y, Football '48, '49. Mary Carolyn Crotwell "Boots" "To make up my mind what I want to do in lite and to be a success in doing it." Sports Club, National Thes- pian Society, Tiger Times Staff, Red Cross Representa- tive. Jesse Edgar Culpepper IlBUddyll "To raise the tattest cows in the state." Band '44-'48, Band Honor Society '47-'48, Science Club. Bette Jean Davis "Bet" "Live, Love, and Be Happy." National Thespians Society, Y-Teens, Student Council, Kallista Stalt. Allen Eastis "Oscar" "Roll Around Heaven Doing the Huckle Buck." Hi-Y, "B" Club, Basketball '49-'50, Baseball '48-'50. Dorothy F. Fisher "Blonde" "To always be a good dancer and shake hands with success." Student Council, Student Court, D. O. Club. ' Stephen Furst "To leave footprints on the sands of time." Red Cross Representative '47-'48, Student Council, Hi- Y, National Honor Society, National Thespian Society, Science Club Vice-President '48, Secretary '49, Semi-finals News-Age Herald Oratorical Contest. Robert Goodson "Jake" "To be prodigiously telicitousf' Lunchroom Staff, National Thespians, Hi-Y, Glee Club, Boys' Quartet, Class Prophet. Walter Lacy Dixon, Jr. "Sonny" "To win the Olympics." "B" ClUlD,'48-'50, Track '47- '5O, All-State Relay '48-'49, Hi-Y, Glee Club, Double Quartet, Junior Red Cross. Joycelyn Meredith Farr IIJOYII "Ta be a good nurse." Band '44-'48, Student Coun- cil, Bobby Fowler "To be successful." National Honor Society, Na- tional Thespjan Society, Vice- President '48, President '49, Science Club, Vice-President '48-'50, Latin ClUbj Key Club, History Award '49, Student Council '47-'49, Tiger Times Stott '47-'49, Red Cross Rep- resentative to Southeastern Area Conference '49, Who's Who, President Senior Class. Genevieve Galemore Ilhjeonll "To work in an office." Carl Harris "To be the man that comes around." Hi-Y '48, Vice-President '49, '50, "B" Club '49, '50, Foot- ball '49, Basketball '49, '50. Bettye Joyce Hollis "Bet" "To live o Christion Lite." D. O. Club, Red Cross '46-'5O. Fronces Hurbburt "To olvvoys be oble to look on the hoppy side of lite." Ncitioncil Honor Society, Treosurer ot Notionol Thes- pion Society, Treosurer ot "A" Club, Student Council, Tiger Times Stott, Kollisto Stott, Glee Club. Betty Moore Jones "Dimwit" "To tit the pottern thot was cut tor me ond live tor others."' Notionol Thespion Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Kollisto Stott, Tiger Times Stott. Bobby Kincoid "Wort Rot" "To design better things for better living." Honor Drotting Society, Sec- retory 49, President '50, "B" Club '49, '50, Bosketboll '48, '49, '50, Trock '48, '49. John Rutherford Lothrorn, Jr. "To be o success ond hunt os much os l like." Hi-Y Treosurer '49, Treosurer of Senior Closs, Lunch Room Stott. j .lv 2 2 ,ms Qi: M, - ,I .if 1' C -. f :H 5 . Hi . ,fam "" 1 4 ' -'-" tr 5 II-,.-53232'iliaikiiititf'5 :I ' .11 ...H :Q ,f . vii Soroh Foye Hullett "To discover who killed the Deod Seo." D. O. Club. lvlelbo .leone lngrom "Me-b" "To be o good nurse." Notionol Thespion Society, Science Club, Secretory '48, Student Council '48, '49, Tiger Times Stott '47, Kollisto Stott, Closs Poet. Jo Ann Jones "To dig deep in the soil of hoppinessf' "A" Club, "A" Club Ploy '48, Ndtionol Thespion Society, Glee Club, Kollisto Stott, Tiger Times Stott, Student Council, Sports Club. Mortho King "To Be Hoppy." Lenoro Elizobeth Lowry "Liz "To sit on top ot the Soturdoy Evening Post." Tri-Hi-Y, National Thespicin Society, Glee Club, RedsCross Representotive, Student Coun- cil. Betty Jean Marle "B. J." "Remember your tongue is in a.vvet place and is likely to slip." Glee Club '46, "A" Club Play '48, Parliamentarian '49, D. O. President '49-'5O. Henry Ronald McAdory "Runt" "To be a hella'va engineer and make a million dollars." Band '39-'50, President Band Honor Society '47-'50, Library Stott '46-'48. A. C. McConnell, Jr. "To be a success." Margaret Edwyna Morrow "Eddie" "To be the original, originator of the originality." TrifHi-Y, Tiger Times Staff, Stu d e nt Council, Kallista Staff." Byron Nixon "To be able to hunt and fish at any time." Football '46, '47, '48, Mana- ger '50, 'rs .sud F xv- .M ,JB 45, 1. Aw ii' HOP' "YU-luv .if 3515? ' ' J ,Jr 'RW' Charles Arthur Massey "Ace" "To play in Fess Hancock's orchestra." Band '45-'50, Band Honor Society. Margaret Elizabeth McAllister "To get the best things out ot lite and be happy always." Y-Teens, Kallista Staff. Bobby Joe Moore "To secure a iob on a Perpetual Motion Machine." President Hi-Y. Barbara Lee Newman "Bobbie" "'To be a nurse." D. O. Club '48-'5O. Jerry Nixon "Josie" "To always have a friend." D. O. Club. Joy Elise Ogburn "Life is but a picture, paint it well." National Thespian Society, Tri-Hi-Y Reporter '49, Student Council '49, Red Cross Coun- cil, Assistant Business Mana- ger Kallista, Business Manager Tiger Times, Bessemer Christ- mas Carnival Queen '48. Robert Parsons "To be kind to dumb animals, especially women." Hi-Y. James C. Perryman IlJimmyll "To invert a better mouse- trap." ' Track '47, '49, Mary Laura Pugh "Freckles" "To be iust as happy as if I had good sense." Sports Club, Chaplain '49, Thespians, Vice-President '49, Clerk '48, Tiger Times Staff, Student Council Representa- tive to the Southern Conven- tion in West Virginia. Beryl Frances Ribble IlTykieIl "To be as happy as I possibly can and do all I can to 'make others happy." Tri-Hi-Y, National Thespian Society, Glee Club, Kallista Staff, Tiger Times Staff, Library Staff. Peggy O Neal To always be as happy as I am now , I 11 I mul-Y, kqilasfo Staff. Billy Patton "To have a Boston Tea Party." Dorothy Pickett "Dot" "To obtain better understanding." Student Council, Tiger Times Staff. Dudley F. Reed "To make the whole world laff." Dominion of Canada Speed Skating Finals ll946D, Inter- scholastic Swimming H947- 48l, Hockey C1946-47l, Track ii948l. Jean Robinson "Curley" "To have friends and be successful." Hi-Y, Kitchen-Staff, National Thespian Society, Glee Club, Class Historian, Cheerleader, Vice-President Student Body '49, Mayor of Teen Town.. Mary Roy "To always Be Happy." President Tri-Hi-Y '50, Nation- al Thespian Society, Clerk '49, Sports Club Secretary '49, Glee Club, Kallista Staff, Editor ot Tiger Times '49, Red Cross Council, Girls' State '49. Nellie Fay Seals "NeII' "To be a nurse." Library Statt. Joan Clair Siniard llBUnnyIl "To lose my temper." William Powell Snow "Fishtail" "To remain as facetious as always." Cheerleader '47, '48, Nation- al Thespian Society, Tiger Times Staff, Glee Club, "B" Club, Kallista Staff, Rogues '49, Wittiest. Charles Edward Stone "To be in Honolulu when the grass falls." Lewis West Ruffner lIlDuCklI "To make a good mathe- ' matician." Band '49, '50, Band Honor Society '49. Ruth Simmons IIDOHYII ll ' Be an accomplished musician." Y-Teens '48, Glee Club '49- '5O. Jimmy Smith "SrTtUT1"' "To graduate." "B" Club, Student Council, Football '49, Track. Mary Etta Stephenson "Corkey" "To live a lite worthwhile with Bobby." Sports Club President '49, Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer'49, Secre- tary '49, National Thespian Society, Kallista Staff, Stu- dent Council '49. Florene Thompson "Flo" "To meet Vivian on Mars." Band '46-'49, Band Honor Society '48-'49, Vice-President '49, Y-Teens, D. O. Club. Joseph Kittrell Trotter "Joe Kit" "To build tor the future." National Thespians, Honor Drafting Society, Treasurer '49, Vice-President '50, Mana- ger '47, Track '48, Captain Tennis Team '49. Katherine Eugenia Vance "Kat" "To be a success in lite and acquire the triendship ot everyone." Tiger Times Staff '48, '49, Y- Teens '48. William Eugene Vines HBH!!! "To see the Red Sox win the World Series." Hi-Y, Student Council, Rogues '49. Minnie Lou Vining llMinll "To become tall." Delores Ware "To Be A Success," - '73 lf' 46972 Betty Jean Turner "Duffey" "To have tun and make friends." Sports Club, Chaplain '48, Cheerleader '47, Head Cheer- leader '49, Y-Teens, Student Council '49, Marian Veazey "Skeeter" "To be a missionary." Vice-President D. O. Club '49-'50, Glee Club. Vivian Vines IIVEVII "To be the first woman to visit Mars." Band '46-'49, Band Honor Society, Secretary '49, Y- Teens, D. O. Club. Lila Waldrop "To build on rock, not sand." National Honor Society, Na- tional Thespian Society, Achievement Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Glee Club, Girls' Ensemble, Hi-Cub Reporter, Student Council. Mary Louise Welch "Punk" "To love and be liked by all." "A" Club, Student Council '49, Library Staff. Elizabeth Williams "Liz" "To deserve the best that the world has to offer." "A" Club, Sports Club, Kal- lista Staff, Student Council '48. Alice Jane White HA. J." "To be a live wire so I won't get stepped on." National Honor Society, "A" Club, Treasurer '49, President '49, "A" Club Play '48, '49, Glee Club, Representative to Junior Red Cross Convention, Atlantic City, Vice-President Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Convention, Kallista Staff, National Thes- pian Society, Secretary and Treasurer '49. vm "MEMORlES OF B. H. S." While walking down the hall, Many memories we recall. We even remember That day in September When leaves were on the ground- This group of us were high school bound. We were facing many snares, But we've received our shares, Of ioy, sadness, and of fears- And have shed many tears. -When we'd tailed after trying, lt was time to be a'crying. Now that we have succeeded With diplomas we'll be greeted. Soon we'll be leaving you, And it will make us blue. Now we classmates all must port, But all these memories we'll hold in our heart. Melba Ingram Class Poet Marilyn Janice Williams "Widgie" "To be featured in a 'Boys' Life'." National Thespian Society Glee Club, Ensemble '49, '50 Tiger Times Staff, Class Musi- cian, Cutest and Most Musi- cal in Who's Who. Robert Cleve Williams "Bo Pete" "Observe, investigate, experiment." .-un: PIRIIPIIIIIJY llll li. ll. . CLASS till ' ll The other night I had a most extraordinary dream. I dreamed that I visited the laboratories of the Southern Research Institute in the year of l96l. Entering a room which housed scientific exhibits, I saw three young scientists demonstrating a new atomic radar machine. As I neared the three men, I recognized them to be Joe Clayton, Larry Brown, and Billy Collier. After talking with them for several minutes, we all agreed it would be interesting to use the machine to see what had become of our B. H. S. classmates of i95O. ' After adjusting many knobs and dials, we saw on the screen a picture of the far north. Dudley Reed, a fur animal expert, was tramping over the frozen wastes of Canada. Overhead was flying a transport plane. The pilot was Sonny Dixon and the two co-pilots were Jimmy Smith and Billy Vines. The stewardess on the plane was Alice Jane White. Some of the passengers we recognized were, Betty Moore Jones, a nurse, Elizabeth Williams, an artist, Mary Laura Pugh and Frances Hurbburt, noted authors, and Betty Anderson, a stenographer. Another picture flashed on the screen. Jean Robinson, Allan Eastis, and Bob Kincaid, stars of the Birmingham Professional Basketball team were being interviewed iust after a game. They were de- scribing the pleasures of smoking Camels. The coach of the team was Carl Harris. Some,of the spec- tators we saw leaving were Betty Turner, Bobby Moore, Benton Baker, Clarence Crotwell, and Peggy .O'Neal. As the scene shifted, we looked in on a party being given by Congresswoman Elizabeth Lowry. Robert Parson, Billy Patton, Lewis Ruffner and Oliver Coggins were standing about the punch bowl dis- cussing politics. Edwyna Morrow was telling Jo Anne Jones, Mary Etta Stephenson and Mary Roy about her last trip to France. Stephen Furst was entertaining some of the guests by playing the piano. James Perryman, a judge, Billy Snow, a criminal lawyer, and "Red" Albright, the district attorney, were discuss- ing a court case. Again the scene changed and we saw Bettye Rae Crane presiding over the National P.-T. A. Con- vention in Philadelphia. Among those that we recognized at the meeting were Louise Welch, a lib- rarian, Betty Adams, a renowned chemistry teacher, Nellie Seals, a teacher of Home Economics, Ruth Simmons, an outstanding history teacher, and Melba Ingram, a teacher of commercial subiects. We then tuned the radar to see a television show on N. B. C. John Lathram and Wilbur Buck were a comedy team similar to Martin and Lewis. Their act was extremely humorous. The next act was a vocal trio composed of Lila Walclrop, Betty Anderson, and Janice Williams. A quiz program was next presented. Bobby Fowler was the master of ceremonies, Dot Pickett, Joye Ogburn, Katherine Burgess, Joy Farr and Peggy O'Neal were participating on the program. When I awoke the next morning I could not remember any of my dream. I tried to remember, but I soon realized it was hopeless. I knew I would never get another idea for the prophecy, so I gave up. I guess the senior class will have to do without a prophecy this year. JOHN ROBERT GOODSON Prophet LATWILL A li TE 'llillllll 'l' We, the members of the Senior Class of Bessemer High School, being of sound bodies and sane minds, do here and now make and declare this our last will and testament. Let it be known that any will, previously penned, we pronounce null and obsolete. As the day of leaving draws near, the sad thought that we may be forgotten presents itself, so we do bequeath to those we love our meager belongings. l. General Bequests: First, to the upcoming Physics and Chemistry classes we leave Turney after the June, 1950, class makes its departure. Second, to the Sophomores our fleetness of foot and shyness of the watchful eye of Mr. Davis. Third, to the Junior class we give our dignity and our privileges, donate our chemistry testbooks, worn and tattered though they be. Fourth, to the Freshman class we grant the privilege of making cessful one. what is left of Professor G. S. manner to aid them in escaping and for their material benefit we their high school history a suc- Fifth, to our dearly beloved Alma Mater we will all the Honors we hope to gain hereafter. Il. Special Bequests: 1. To all future mayors of Teen Town we leave the untiring efforts of Jean Robinson to make it the best place on earth. 2. To Joy Ling we leave a part of Mary Roy's sweetness. 3. To Joan Karr we leave Joy Ogburn's radiant beauty. 4. 5. 6. Morrow's dimples, and Mary Etta Stephenson's figure. 7. 8. . 9. shyness. 10. 11. To Eugene Ward we will Ronald McAdory's talents on the trumpet. To Johnny Adams we leave "Red" Albright's athletic prowess. To all future beauties we leave Betty Adam's hair, Jo Anne Jones' radiant smile, Edwyna To Billy Hodges we leave Bill Collier's perpetual motion-his tongue. To Peggy Warren we leave Betty Marle's dramatic ability. A To the bashful guys of B. H. S. lif there be any now in existencei we leave James Perryman's To Barbara Roy we leave Bettye Rae Crane's industriousness. lShe needs itl. To all future chemists we will Joe Clayton's love for the lab. 12. To Jimmy Cain we leave "Smut"' Smith's ability to place-kick. 13. We leave Allen Eastis' ping-pong arts to James Howell. i 14. To Bobby McKee and Charles lngle we leave the compasses, squares, etc., of Joe Kit Trotter and Bobby Kincaid. 15. To future Sir Walter Raleighs we leave "Poochie" Vines' good manners. 16. To Betty Davidson and Bob Thompson we leave Janice Williams' ability on the "88 Keys." 17. To Jimmy Bice we leave Billy Snow's "Little Red Demon." 18. To "Dinka" Espy we will Betty Anderson's initl wit. 19. To the upcoming treasurers of the Hi-Y we leave John l.athram's talent to "pinch that penny." 20. To Bobby Shirley we leave Bobby Fowler's studiousness. 21. To Catherine Buck we leave Elizabeth Lowery's bubbling personality. 22. To all future Romeos we leave Robert Parson's parlor tactics. 23. To Emma Mathis Hollingsworth we bequeath the combined heights of Catherine Burgess and Elizabeth Williams. 24. To future presidents of the Student Body we leave Clarence Crotwell's executive capability. 25. To Robin Wade we leave John Hill's driving tactics. 26. To future members of the lunchroom staff we leave Wilbur Buclds ability to "sling that hash." 27. To the up and coming Senior Class prophets we leave "Jake" Goodson's crystal ball. 28. To all future fullbacks we will Carl Harris' ability to get that last yard. 29. To Peter Horn we leave Bobby Moore's friendly ways. 30. To anyone who desires it we leave Dudfey Reed's "How 'bout that, eh?" 31. To Estelle Bates we leave Eudora Blankenship's alto voice. 32. To Larry Ward we leave Oliver Coggin's amazing height. 33. To Jo Ann Horn we leave Gloria Carrnichael's sweet ways. Ill. Condition: After giving all this, we ask but one thing-that we may take John Boyd Johnson for Alice Jane White. Now, we have nothing left but our thoughts of B. H. S., which the future cannot erase from our memory. 8. ft? -fi ' "He knows about everything and is expert at nothing." l . l SE l ll fl l 5? il l if "Learning without thought is labor lost, Thought without learning is perilous." MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Bobby- Fowler Alice Jane White C223 2 BEST ALL ROUND MOST MUSICAL Mgfy Roy Ronald McAdory Allen Eggtig Janice Williams "Frienclliness is not left To stand alone. He who practices it will have neighbors." FRIENDLIEST Mary Ella Stephenson Jean Robinson in BEST PERSONALITY VVQTTIEST Clarence Crotwell Bgffy Anderson MGVY ROY Billy Snow BIGGEST FLIRT Betty Adoms .leon Robinson :im-.::1 x CUTEST BEST DANCER Jonice Williams Dudley Reed Allen Eustis Betty Adoms 9 BEST MANNERED Mory Roy Lorry Brown MOST ATHLETIC BEST DRESSED Jimmy Albright Allen Eustis Belly .leon Turner Mory Etta Stephenson .Q - tgv r ,-"if:-.. P' , E, I , Trigg L 1 CLARENCE CROTWELL President of .Student Body Fall Semester UNIZER -' JEAN ROBINSON 'Vice-President Foll Semester tw wr!! ff" I nz CARL RAY HARRIS President of Student Body Spring Semester JOHN ROBERT eooosow Vice-President Spring Semester it? if r I "' ALICE JANE' WHITE Secretory Fc1II Semester JANICE WILLIAMS Secretory , Spring Semester IlMll Tllll VI F tw We W T--1 I-'QF tile H5555 TOP ROW: Joe Cheatam, Bobby Shirley, Charles Thomas, Arthur Patton, Foy Ferguson, Ronald Goldman. MIDDLE ROW: Arthur Clark, Kenneth Liles, Donald Johnson, Ben Goodwin, Calvin Little, Billy Bice. BOTTOM ROW: Jo Ann Staggs, Rosemary Zamiatola, Estelle Bates, Annie Lou Hamrick, Betty Sue Stephenson, Wanda Shivers, Virginia Carpenter, Miss Webster. ., 1' , r Mc 2 If 4 Wi, . I A I n, fgzvy 40,1 - I , . ff.. hut. ' K f, t 3 - I1 0 , o T L 9 ood I 1 I' ? 0 T Q .Q f fbi! , X . , K . - a,,,, -- if of me A i ' ' "' A .. I , sl. V 542' Cn illMllS'l'llll,V BACK ROW: John Brabston, Nell Wynne, Dwight Cahela, Billy Jo Crouch, Hugh Harris, Jimmy Thor- ington, Donnie Stephens, Jimmy Vines, Teddy Davis, Benny Parsons, Charles Ingle, Wayne Chapman, George Durden, Jimmy Johnston, Fred Stone. THIRD ROW: Clyde Bridewell, Robin Wade, Donald Fisher, Bill Anderson, George Higginbotham, James Dison, Peggy Bailey, Clara Jane Dockery, Jack Miles, Robert Earl Riley, Dan Murchison, Glenn Pugh,,Billy Hodges, Jimmy Cundift, John Boyd Johnston. - SECOND ROW: Peggy Wilson, Wilda Payton, Maytred Jackson, Mary Ann Davis, Joy Ling, Joan Horn, Ann Ryan, Ella Ruth Reeves, Mary Rosser, Gwen Woodward, Ann Scott, Bobbie Ball, Adele Randle, Mary Margaret West, Edna Pearl Davis, Biddy Bailey, Bobbie Lee House. FIRST ROW: Miss Harper, Lola Whittington, Janice Jordan, Peggy Mooney, Patsy Espey, Carolyn Lowery, Gloria Childs, Laura Jane Abernathy, Jo Ann Lindsay, Donnie Best, Mary Lawrence Brobston, Martha Sue Keller, Juanita Scott, Wren Reader, Barbara Orso, Victoria Corsentino. EMESTER IV FIRST ROW: Eddie Aldridge, Sherman Venz, Bobby Blaylock, Gerald Thrasher, Jimmie Mills, Mickey Payne, Kenneth Carmichael. SECOND ROW: Rodney Parks, Milton Higginbottham, Joe Autry, Bobby McKee, Peter Horn, Bob Braden, Tommy Batson, Kathryn Ingram, THIRD ROW: Barbara Carter, Jo Ann Finnen, Betty Cater, Mary Sue Kurtts, Martha Allen, Janet Mooney, Margaret Kachelhofer, Marguerite l-lead, Miss Davis. President . , Mickey Payne Vice-President , . Bob Braden Secretary . . Janet Mooney . PW. wif V ' E 3 XX :Q C f 'Ugg' 4 3 1 'EME TER III THIRD ROW: left to right: Lynn Crouch, Harry Bryant, Charles Talbert, Ronald Reynolds, Bob Thompson, Tillman Hammond, Clarence Springer, Johnny Adams, Lawrence Hopkins, Jon Fort, Robert Rogers, James Howell, E. C. Kilgore, Donald Stewart, Eddie Simmons, Walter Waldrop, Jimmy North- cutt, Mike Contorno, Alex Bishop, Danny Hogg, Jimmy Bice, Francis Langston, Larry Ward. SECOND ROW: Eugene Higginbotham, Riley Vance, Jerry Stewart, Lucille LaSalle, Mary Carbonnie, Joy Lynn Nabors, Jackie Posey, Clara Howell, Betty Scoggins, Carol Hill, Jeddie Davis, Charles Cole- man, Joe Ray Kurts, Donald Howton, Frank Loveless, Franklin Parker, Laura Grimes, Frances Giddens, Janis Clinkscales, Patricia Hallowell, Joan Hutson, Clinton Chaney. FIRST ROW: Myron Veitch,'Alberta Heard, Annie Laura Bean, Donnis Patton, Peggy Cobb, Joan Karr, Joyce Wilson, Barbara O'Neal, Charline Brasher, Stephanie Colpack, Betty Davidson, Peggy War- ren, Barbara Roy, Katherine Buck, Jeannine Cooley, Betsy Robertson, Rosalyn Wittenstein, Sharmee Seale, Margie Johnson, Dorothy Blankenship, Ernestine Hasty, Mary Carol Caldwell, Maxine Winberly. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Vines, Miss Ratliff, Barbara Sims, Dorothy Franks, Annie Rae Cochran, Jane Swope, Mary Jo Mullican, Laura O'Neal, Virginia McDonald, Sara Chamless, Emma Hollingsworth, Sallie Thomas, Mary Ann Hogg, Margaret Tyson, Ruth Ricci, Barbara High, Peggy White, Clara Smith, Mrs. Snow, Patty Calvert, Rozanne Schilleci, Carol Jones. CEMESTEIR ll 'MM' r::!.::'.::: f QM ,V 5 ,-' - WT' if ffwffi " milf' E535 ?'dm+'f7fiIZT we ,ff , u eww 2 III' K W, asv, , , gmc. , A Q- K ,,, ,... ,. . ,Q .: - Q Q -.V .. ., ,,..........,- . , is ,, is M gi: jjj jj gs, FOURTH ROW: left To right: Johnny McDonald, Clyde Cole, Harold Jordan, Jerry Cain, Garland Williams, Jimmy Cain, Jackie Roberts, Comilus Quick, Major Cowley. THIRD ROW: Otis Caslon, Charles Jager, Buddy Jacobs, Bryan Worthington, Terry House, Donald Jones, Donald Moore. SECOND ROW: Tommy Crowley, James Wildman, Dora Cowen, Nita Saunders, Norman Ceravolo, Jimmy Thompson, Bobby Willis, George Clarke. FIRST ROW: Miss Bailey, Sherry Childress, Evelyn Adams, Patsy Hosey, Laura Frances Robinson, Marylyn Palmer, Ann Hudson, Barbara Sims, Betty Harper, Ann Smirherman. -- Os, 1.4 o JW' r o f 4 ,X ,- A ,, r, M . 7' f., . y ra X n' , ' , Tod, EMESTER I BACK ROW: left to right: Lawrence Doughty, George Patridge, Bobby Smitherman, Frank Christy, Jerrell Bunn, Larry Griffin, Jimmy Daviston, Lanny Finch, Jimmy Cooley, Bobby Woodham, Joe Ruffner, Bobby Howton, Nick Orso, Brownlee Cowan, Louis Costa, Malene McEntyre, Yvonne Blankenship, Annette Wilson, Wilma Revel, Alice Ann Glasscock. SECOND ROW: Ann Collins, Patricia Rozell, Shirley Sexton, Joanne Ribble, Gail Green, Barbara Mitchum, Dottie Smith, Alice Marie Sullins, Joyce Johnson, Claire Cowden, Lillian Hall, Mildred Short, Joan Vanderburg, Joann' Sachs, Billie Beck, Ann Snow, Carol Jean Hudson, Barbara Lowery, Frances Parsons, Lena Ruth Bradley, Gloria Rogers. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. Ford, Sarah Smitherman, Geraldine Lindquist, Betty Jean Dockery, Carolyn Fuller, Carole Cater, Joan Denson, Shirley Palmer, Carolyn MacDougal, Rosalee Marino, Brid- gett Durick, Jeanine Carmichael, Frances Tillery, Harriette Houston, Carolyn Nelson, Alberta Richardson, Marlene Gilmore, Martha Parker, Miss Nicholson. KNEELING: Richard Smith, Jimmy Davis, Stevie Helton, Tommy Scott, Milton Smitherman, Jimmy Staggs, Victor LaSalla, Howard Starnes, Billy Baird, Jack Garner, Ned Bryan, James Pirie, George Douglas, Marlin Sloan, Joseph Monte, Johnny Naro. KALLI A 'TAFF gd . E J J an WE Jo Ann Hutt Lohner Frances Faulkner Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Joy Ogburn t Co ta PG Sy S Assistant Business Manager Assistant Editor BACK ROW: left to right: Mrs. Vines, Jo Anne Jones, Maurine McDonald, Margaret McAllister, Kathe- rine Vance, Betty Anderson, Billy Snow, Beryl Frances Ribble, Edwyna Morrow . , . SECOND ROW: Patsy Costa, Jo Ann Hutt, Betty Moore Jones, Jean Chamblee, Frances Hurbburt, Gloria Carmichael, Alice Jane White, Mary Roy, Mary Etta Stephenson , . . THIRD ROW: Joy Ogburn, Lohner Frances Faulkner, Anita Karr, Peggy Harrell, Peggy O'Neal, Elizabeth Williams, Betty Rae Crane, Joann Wood, Pat Ford, Betty Davis, Miss Prickett, Carrernrne Boackle. Urzcnuxznrzun FR ENDLIEST so D GI L any H dg 1+ f ,f afff f JMX 7 'N vm' '7 K X X V31 iffy f X165 rw if: 'X V - ... .. .... i 1115517132 ' 1+-uw N. ' 4 9. W my ::A:::-:3 P t . 0 M. i -s f ATILINAL 'I'H SPIA UUIETY u gg. sa- Ez Bl 1 xx: r if .' c. .f ft .::":L:l ' - BACK ROW: Standing, lett to right: Mrs. J. E. Bolen, Billy Wilbanks, Kenneth Liles, Benton Baker, John Robert Gooclson, Ronald Goldman, Johnny McDonald, Joe Kit Trotter, Jimmy Thorington, Stephen Furst, Frances Hurbburt, Bobby Fowler, Mary Laura Pugh, Lila Waldroo, Robin Wade, Wilbur Buck, Maurine McDonald, Bobby Blaylock, Carolyn Crotwell, Billy Jo Crouch, Carolyn Lowery, John Fowler, Betty Davis, Fred Stone. SECOND ROW: Jo Ann Jones, Jo Ann Lindsay, Joanne Wood, Mary Etta Stephen- son, Betty Moore Jones, Janice Williams, Alice White, Melba lngram, Betty Turner, Mary Roy, Joye Ogburn, Wanda Shivers, Mickey Brobston, Victoria Corsentina, Barbara Orso, Beryl Frances Ribble, Ernestine Hasty. FRONT ROW: Bill Boswell, Charles Jager, Jean Robinson, Hugh Harris, Peter Horn, Tommy Batson, Otis Coston, Eddie Stapp, Ronald Reynolds, Clarence Crotwell, Billy Snow, Buddy Jacobs. OFFlCERS FOR THE FALL SEMESTER President ..,s.... Bobby Fowler . Mary Laura Pugh Vice-President . Secretary . . . . Lila Waldrop Treasurer . ..,... Frances Hurbburt The National Thespian Society is a dramatic honorary society. MOTTO-"Act well your part, there all the honor lies." .. . ' sg - .. .. sm. LS , ss sx N ws il'l'lll AL H0 0ll 0llIIl'I'Y R MI P-3 ik BACK ROW: Miss Priclcett, Stephen Furst, Bobby Shirley, Larry Brown, Mr. Davis, Lila 'Waldrop, Betty Rae Crane, Jo Ann Huff, Billy Collier, Mr. Turney, Miss Riley, Bobby Fowler, Mrs. Ford. FRONT ROW: Clarence Crotwell, Frances Hurbburt, Alice Jane White, Lohner Frances Faulkner, Patsy Costa, Anita Karr. OFFICERS President . . .... Betty Rae Crane Vice-President . . . Larry Brown Secretary ........ Jo Ann Huff The National Honor Society is the highest club to which a student may belong. The membership is so limited that only the outstanding members ot the Junior and Senior classes may become members. . To be a member of the National Honor Society in the highest honor that may come to a high school student. .,,, As Ill-Y BACK ROW: Allen Eastis, Larry Brown, Fred Stone, John Lathram, Benton Baker, Billy Vines, John Goodson, Joe Clayton, Bill Boswell. SECOND ROW: Joe Roberson, Joe Autry, Billy Hodges, Wilbur Buck, Rodney Parks, Billy Collier, Robert Riley, Stephen Furst, Mr. Horace Peterson. FIRST ROW: Mr. Randolph Simpson, Clarence Crotwell, Jean Robinson, Jimmy Albright, Sonny Dixon, Oliver Coggins. KNEELING: Carl Harris, Bobby Moore. PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards ot Christian character. OFFICERS President . . .... . Bobby Moore Vice-President . . . Carl Harris Secretary . . . Joe Roberson 'PIII-III-Y FOURTH ROW: Maurine McDonald, Peggy Warren, Joan Horn, Shery Childress, Betty Davidson, Edwyna Morrow, Peggy O'NeaI, Beryl Frances Ribble, Betty Moore Jones, Edna Pearl Davis. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Lowry, Ella Ruth Reeves, Elizabeth Lowry, Jo Ann Huf-f, Barbara Roy, Lila Waldrop, Barbara Orso, Joan Karr, Bobbie Wilson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Vines, Ann Lewis, Betty Anderson, Mary Roy, Donnis Best, Wanda Shivers, Janice 'WiIIiams, Katherine Burgess, Mickey Brobston. FIRST ROW: Gloria Carmichael, Joanne Woods, Mary Etta Stephenson, Patsy Costa Gloria Childs, Mrs. Drysdale. KNEELING: Lohner Frances Faulkner, Alice Jane White. PURPOSE To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian Character. OFFICERS FOR FALL SEMESTER President . . .......... Lohner Frances Faulkner Vice-President . ,.......... Alice Jane White Secretary . . . ......... Mary Etta Stephenson Treasurer . .............. Patsy Costa OFFICERS FOR SPRING SEMESTER President . . ........... . . Mary Roy Vice-President . ........... Gloria Carmichael Secretary . . . Mickey Brobston Treasurer' . . Carolyn Lowery S Uli ULU!! BACK ROW: Mary Caldwell, Betty Rae Crane, Betty Turner, Carolyn Crotwell, Maxine Wimberly. THIRD ROW: Gloria Childs, Patsy Espey, Ella Ruth Reeves, Ann Scott, Edna Pearl Davis, Janet Mooney, Jo Ann Jones. SECOND ROW: Mary Laura Pugh, Joy Ling, Owen Woodward, Mary Rosser, Peggy Sue Ccbb, Peggy Mooney, Janice Williams. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Saunders, Gloria Carmichael, Elizabeth Williams, Lohner Faulk- ner, Patsy Costa, Jo Ann Huff, Pat Ford, Polly Baker. KNEELING: Betty Anderson, Mary Etta Stephenson, Mary Roy. President , . . , Mary Etta Stephenson Vice-President . . . Betty Anderson Secretary . . . . , Mary Roy The purpose of this club is tor social fellowship in Physical Education activities. ll CLUB BACK ROW: left to right: Wayne Chapman, Norman Ceravelo, Terry House, George McClain. THIRD ROW: Bobby Kincaid, Glenn Pugh, Carl Harris, Allen Eastis, Buddy Jacobs, Jimmy Smith, Billy Hodges. SECOND ROW: T. J. Smitherman, James Albright, Carl King, Sonny Dixon, Bill Kilpatrick, Billy Bice, Joe Roberson, Oliver Coggins. FIRST ROW: Gerald Autry, Woody Goodwin, Charles Wilson, Coach Douglas. President , . . Woody Goodwin Vice-President . . Gerald Autry Secretary , . . . ., . Charles Wilson The "B" Club is composed ot boys outstanding in various phases of athletics. Y-'I' E BACK ROW: Bette Davis, .lo Ann Staggs, Bobbie Wilson. MIDDLE ROW: Jo Ann Lindsay, Katherine Vance, Wanda Shivers, Margaret Mc- Allister, Margaret Kachelhofer. FlRST ROW: Ann Lewis, Victoria Corsentina, Carreme Boaclcle, Miss Webster. PURPOSE To build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common lite those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. Treasurer . , Lolita Vandenburg OFFICERS FOR FALL SEMESTER Y: T E E N President .,.... Victoria Corsentina Vice-President . . . . Ann Lewis ' II I SGCVGTCNY . . Carreme Boackle D K Treasurer . . Jo Ann Staggs Am I A .E 3, i Q -5 1 1l,1 OFFICERS Fora SPRING SEMESTER U' I PfeSid6HT ....... Jo Ann Staggs v Vice-President . . Margaret MCAIli5fer SSCVSTUVY V - . . . Bette Davis IIHIIIEM TIILIS LEFT TO RIGHT: Sally Myhr Thomas, Joy Ling, Jo Ann Jones, Carolyn Lowery, Jo Ann Wood, Miss Davis, Joyce Ann Ashworth, Lila Waldrop, Catherine Buck, Betty Marle, Louise Welch, Mary Rosser, Peggy Warren, Betty Rae Crane, Maxine Wimberly, Rosalyn Whittenstein, Peggy Wilson, Jo Ann Staggs, Betty Davidston, Janice Jordan, Donnis Patton, Barbara Orso, Victoria Corsentina, Mrs. Bolen, Elizabeth Williams, Mickey Brobston, Emma Mathis Hollingsworth. CENTER: Peggy Harrell, Maurine McDonald, Alice Jane White, Frances Hurbburt, Anita Karr. The "A" Club is an honorary and social organization with the purpose of maintaining high scholastic standards and bettering the school. OFFICERS FOR FALL SEMESTER President .,...... Alice White Vice-President . . Maurine McDonald 5 Secretary . . . Peggy Harrell X' Treasurer ...... Frances Hurbburt O OFFICERS FOR SPRING SEMESTER , 0 0 Q President ....... .lo Ann Jones V K 0 Vice-President . . . Lila Waldrop 0 Secretary . , Elizabeth Williams Treasurer . . . . Joy Ling Q BA ll Color Guards: Patricia Jones and Dorothy Cochran. Head Maiorette: Jackie Robertson. Maiorettes: Mary Goff, Shirley Phillips, Barbara Acher, Barbara McNicklos, Mary Davis, Maudell Smitherman. Mascots: Judy Durrett, Ann Crotwell. Flag Bearer: Jimmy Wilder. Band Guard: Bobby Blalock. Band Manager: Jimmy Staggs. Trumpets: Ronald McAdory, Gene Ward, Laurence Doughty, Donald Palmer, Foy Furgenson, Clark Weaver, Albert Lipscomb, Donald Crittenden, Billie Jetfinees, James Wildman. Trombones: Cleon Carpenter, Donald Moore, Eugene Higginbothen, E. C. Kilgore, Francis Johnston, Don Griffen. Clarinets: Sterling Farr, Milton Smitherman, Jo Ann Blanton, Betty Horton, Ned Bryan, Frances Vines, Earnest Martin, Gail Ingle, Deloris Hodgens, Katheran Rogers, Louis Mims, Betty Harbin, Mary Gross, Clyde Burnett, Louis Costa. Basses: Charles Massey, Sandy Moffett, Rush McClinton, Frank Detoor, James Swanzy, Lewis Ruffner. Baritones: Pierre Burnes, John Davis, Marlin Sloan, Charles Parks. Piccolo: Peter Monti. Bell Lyres: Kay Fort, Mary Douger. Drums: Robert Poe, George Douglas, Jerry Croywell, Harvey Applebaum, Jack Amber- son, Maudell Smitherman. Saxaphones: Arthur Higdon, Jon Fort, Lawrence Hopkins, Fred Blake, Mary McCoffery, Neil Shiners. E Flat Horn: Jay Davis, Gene Lanier, John Seals, Jimmy Bainbridge. Inset: Mr. Paul Hancock, Director. F QVGA .gl .. -V S lllllllli llllllll CCC PA'l'lC CLC 2 . 3 S BACK ROW: Clara Dockery, James Hall, Hugh Harris, Joe Cheatham, Gerald Thrasher, Anthony Arnone, Ralph Coppedge. MIDDLE ROW: Jerrie Nixon, Faye Hullett, Jane Sims, Barbara Newman, Estelle Bates, Betty Adams, Dorothy Fisher, Jean Chamblee, Sadie Thompson, Pauline Baker, Bettye Joyce Hollis. SITTING: Helen Sanders, Eudora Blankenship, Betty Marle, Marion Veazey, Mr. S. C. Porch, Vivian Vines. President . . . . . Betty Marle Vice-President , . . . Marion Veazey Secretary-Treasurer , . . Eudora Blankenship D. O. Club is composed of boys and girls who work part time at various occupations. S llll 'l' C0llllClL SFWW il3T"lFT'i-- . - -S EIGHTH ROW: Walter Waldrop, Jimmy Northcutt, Eugene Justice, Jimmy Cain, Bill Kilpatrick, Fred Stone, Bill Boswell, Jimmy Smith, Buddy Coggin, Jimmy Albright, Charles Jager, Johnny McDonald, Otis Coston, Billy Vines, Louis Ruftner, Edwyna Morrow, John Fowler, Eddie Stapp, Billy Hodges, Jackie Garner, Melba Ingram, Joy Farr, Bennett Churner, Bob Thompson, Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Fritts, Mrs. Bolen. SEVENTH ROW: Rex Morgan, Peggy Harrell, Anita Karr, Maurine McDonald, Joan Karr, Pat Ford, Gloria Carmichael, Joanne Finnen, Clarence Springer, Charleen Brasher, Sharmee Seal, Barbara O'Neal, Jaan Siniard, Ella Ruth Reeves, Mary Ann Davis. SIXTH ROW: Mary Bryan, Louise Welsh, Lila Waldrop, Tommy Batson, Jimmy Thorington, Joanne Lindsey, Tommy Scott, Maxine Wimberly, Joan Hutson, Ann Ryan, Alberta Heard, Barbara High, Bobby Shirley, Joann Ribble, Gail Greene. Q FIFTH ROW: Jackie Roberts, Donald Jones, Turk House, Harold Jordan, Sherman Venze, Kath- erine Vance, Joanne Staggs, Patsy Hosey, Mary West, 'Patsy Espey, Betty Turner, Barbara Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: Dorothy Franks, Barbara Sims, Mickey Brobston, Joy Ling, Janice Jordan, Anna Bean, Jimmy Bice, Bryan Worthington, Donald Bryan, Lipscomb, Larry Seal, Jerry Crotwell, Taylor Par- sons. THlRD ROW: Rosemary Smith, Jane Swope, Mary Kay High, Dorothy Pickett, Barbara Orso, Carolyn Lowery, Norman Ceravalo, Jimmy Thompson, Shirley Palmer, Carol Cater, Wanda Shivers, Peter Horn. SECOND ROW: Peggy Mooney, Peggy Sue Cobb, Mary Caldwell, Donnis Patton, Ernestine Hasty, Emma Hollingsworth, Lohner Faulkner, Joye Ogburn, Betty Anderson, Wilbur Buck, Gloria Childs, Ann Scott. FIRST ROW: Joanne Wood, Nita Saunders, Peggy Warren, Clarence Crotwell, Alice White, Jean Robinson, Sallie Thomas, Catherine Buck, Joanne Jones, Mary Laura Pugh. IIIIIIIIPI Illlll CRO S BACK ROW: left to right: Arthur Parsons, Ann Snow, Marguerite Veasey, Mary Knight, Wren Reader. THIRD ROW: Ann Davidson, Suzanne Paden, Elizabeth Lowery, Bobby Fowler, Bob Thompson, Jay Crawford, Arthur Higdon. SECOND ROW: Jeanine Carmichael, Leona Wyatt, Lohner Frances Faulkner, Joy Ogburn, Jo Ann Staggs, Mary Ann Davis, Alice Jane White, Dora Alice Cowan. FIRST ROW: Bonnie Warlick, Wanda Shivers, Sherry Childress, Vicky Corsentina, Rosalyn Witten- stein, Pat Ford, Mary Roy, Miss Davis. OFFICERS President . . . . . Victoria Corsentino Vice-President . . Rosalyn Wittenstein Secretary . . . Sherry Childress H0 llll lllTAll'l'l ll 001 TY LEFT TO RIGHT: Randolph Simpson lSponsorl, Bobby Blalock, Bobby McKee, Bobby Kincaid, Tommy Black, Betty Sue Stephenson, Robert Earl Riley, Billy Wilbanks, Joe Kit Trotter, Danny Hogg, Charles lngle, Jimmy Johnson, James Jenkins. OFFICERS President . . . . . , . Bobby Kincaid Vice-President . . . . Joe Kit Trotter Secretary-Treaurer . . Betty Sue Stephenson Nl ETY gs E2 TIGIIII TIMES STAFF 3'U"'A'f'1:B::" if!! FOURTH ROW: Frances Tillery, Clarence Crotwell, Bobby Fowler, Stephen Furst, Dorothy Pickett THIRD ROW: Rozanne Schilleci, Betty Davis, Jo Ann Jones, Maurine McDonald, Frances Hurbburt, Beryl Frances Ribble. SECOND ROW: Jeannine Carmichael, Janice Williams, Billy Snow, Betty Anderson, Anita Karr, Peggy Harrell, Betty Moore Jones, FIRST ROW: Wanda Shivers, Lohner Frances Faulkner, Katherine Vance, Peggy Cobb, Carolyn Crotwell, Pat Ford, Barbara Orso, Mary Brobston. KNEELING: Mary Roy, Joye Ogburn, Edwyna Morrow. OFFICERS Editor . . . ...... Mary Roy Assistant Editor . . Mary Laura Pugh Business Manager ..... Joye Ogburn Assistant Business Manager . . Edwyna Morrow BUY 'Q illl'l'll'I'A ll GIRLS' E SEMBLE BACK ROW: lett to right: Benton Baker, Glenn Pugh, Kennith Liles, John Robert Goodson. MIDDLE ROW: Gloria Patterson, Lila Waldrop, Eudora Blankenship, Betty Davidson. FRONT ROW: Virginia McDonald, Sally Myhr Thomas, Donnis Best, Shirley Palmer, Janice Williams, Gail Green, Estelle Bates. Glillll UL It f , ,Q lelww.-M J 1. Q 1 BACK ROW: Pauline Baker, Gloria Patterson, Joan Hutson, Joann Sachs, Fred Stone, Jimmy Thor- ington, Joe Autry, James Howell, Bobby Shirley, Jean Robinson, John Robert Goodson, Benton Baker, Margie Johnson, Carol Jean Hill, Barbara Mitchum. THIRD ROW: Gwen Woodward, Mary Carol Caldwell, Janet Mooney, Clara Mae Smith, Donnis Patton, Lewis Ruftner, Tommy Batson, Peggy Warren, Jeannine Cooley, Vickie Corsentino, Bob Braden, Annie Laura Bean, Mary Ann Hogg, Gail Green, Alberta Richeson, Estelle Bates, Patricia Hollowell. SECOND ROW: Beryl Frances Ribble, Jo Anne Jones, Alberto Heard, Margaret Kachelhofer, Laura Robinson, Barbara Roy, Catherine Buck, Elizabeth Lowery, Ernestine Hasty, Jimmy Northcutt, Glenn Pugh, Kenneth Liles, Sonny Dixon, Betty Davidson, Billie Beck, Joan Denson, Sherry Childress, Dora Alice Cowen, Betty Scoggins, Annie Lou Hamrick, Janis Clinkscales, Jo Ann Ribble, Marquerite Head, Eu- dora Blankenship. FIRST ROW: Miss Vivian Nix, director: Lohner Frances Faulkner, Janice Williams, Donnis Best, Laura Abernathy, Emma Mathis Hollingsworth, Bobbie Ball, Joann Finnen, -Dolly Ruth Simmons, Sara Chamb- less, Alice Jane White, Lila Waldrop, Clarence Crotwell, Billy Hodges, Mary Roy, Joann Wood, Carolyn McDougal, Nita Saunders, Harriet Houston, Shirley Palmer, Bob Thompson, accompanist. ll ll ll0lllll STAFF .he l FRONT ROW: Mrs. Jacobs, .leon Robinson, Buddy Jocobs, John Loflwrom, Wilbur Buck, Benton Boker Clarence Crotwell, Joe Aufry, John Fowler, Robert Goodson, Eddie Sfopp. iiaf Qmig? 5' Maw I I P 0 0 li JONES VALLEY ENSLEY WEST END JOYE OGBURN Sponsor Jo ANNE JONES MYRA BELL MARGARET TYSON PEGGY SINIARD Sponsor IVIOICIS Mold BARBARA STEPI-IENSON GLORIA CARMICHAEL Molds ANNISTON MARY ROY Sponsor ELLA RUTH REEVES LOHNER EAULKNER Mohids RAMSAY JOAN HUTSON Sponsor PEGGY MOONEY MARGARET WEST WOODLAWN ALICE WHITE Sponsor MAXINE WIMBERLY GLORIA CARMICHAEL Maids HUEYTOWN Q2-V2 M .IOYE OGBURN Sponsor BARBARA ROY GLORIA CHILDS AA...:.l.. ., ' if 'fees - EPUHTE M CHEERLEADERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Tommy Block, Donnis Best, Adele Rondle, Joyce Ann Ashworth, Mary Rosser, Peggy Sue Cobb, .leon Robinson. HEAD CHEERLEADER: Betty .leon Turner. ,,,.-- L X , ow unflinching is his strength Fllll'I'llALL The football season of 1949 saw only seven lettermen returning from the 1948 squad. From this nucleus a formidable football power was scan to be in the offing, a team which played a back-breaking schedule and come out on the long end of a 6-3 won-and-lost record. BESSEMER vs. PHILLIPS Phillips was the first foe of the Bessemer Tigers of '49, After a hotly contested battle, the Tigers were forced to bow to the Red Raiders 15-6. BESSEMER vs. ANNISTON Smarting from defeat and hungry for a break into the "Win Column," the Tigers defeated a Highly taunted Anniston eleven the following week 14 to O. Pre-season prognosticators had already been fitting the State Champion Crown to the head of the Anniston Bulldog. The-will-to-win and fighting team spirit enabled the Tigers to attain the surprise victory. ' BESSEMER vs. Jones VALLEY The following Friday night brought the Jones Valley Brownies to town. The result was, as many of the dopesters had predicted, a four touchdown victory for the Tigers. ln this game the Tigers showed considerable offensive strength and furnished an opportunity for every man in uniform to play. Final score 28-O. ' BESSEMER vs. WEST END The next two weeks were long ones. They were spent mainly in preparation for a fast, tricky, and scrapy West End eleven who -was undefeated thus far. No rest was available the week end prior to the West End engagement. During the week preceding the West End battle, feeling, tension and spirit was running high at the Bessemer School. That October 14 will be remembered as a date for the great- est showing of a Bessemer team. Victory for the Tigers was inevitable from the first whistle. The tack- ling, blocking, and running was vicious! Bessemer never behind in the score, led throughout the game. The final score was Bessemer 13-West End 12. This was the only defeat suffered by the Lions during the '49 season. BESSEMER vs. WOODLAWN The following week the Tigers invaded Legion Field to meet the highly regarded Woodlawn Eleven. Bessemer without the services of some of its key players was forced to yield a touchdown in the first five minutes and was never able to muster enough offensive strength to push a tally across. The game ended Woodlawn 7- Bessemer 0. BESSEMER vs. GADSDEN The next week Bessemer iourneyed to Gadsden. Bessemer chose to kick to the Gadsden Tigers. The kick-off ended in a touchdown for Gadsden. Bessemer on the returning kick-off was able to march to the Gadsden li yard line before an interscepted pass staved the threat. Gadsden led at the half- time, 7-6. A fighting Gadsden team held the Bessemer Tigers in check until the waning minutes of the game when Bessemer pushed over it's second and winning touchdown. Final score, Bessemer 12-Gads- den 7. BESSEMER vs. RAMSAY On November 3, the week following the Gadsden victory, the entire city of Bessemer was elated by the victory of the Bessemer Tigers over the Ramsay Rams. This was the first victory for Bessemer over Ramsay in ten years, and for that reason the victory meant more than any other. One of the many handicaps the scrapy Tigers were forced to overcome was a 23 lb. per man weight disadvantage. The Tigers rose to her heights to conquer a constantly aggressive fighting Ramsay team. lt would be impossi- ble to select individual stars in this contest as every Bessemer player was a Tiger in the true sense of the word and possessed a burning desire to win. When the smoke of battle had cleared, Bessemer was content with its 14-13 victory. BESSEMER vs. ENSLEY Then began Tigers preparing for a heavy and aggressive Ensley team. For the second time the Bessemer Tigers were to invade Legion Field and to suffer the second set back in as many starts in the Birmingham arena. At the half time the score was deadlocked O-O. Too much Ensley power proved the downfall of the Bessemer eleven. Final score Ensley l3-- Bessemer 6. BESSEMER vs. HUEYTOWN A keen rivalry which has existed for more years than this writer can recall took place as usual on Thanksgiving morning. Spirit, and feeling, was at an unusually high pitch for this particular contest. Hueytown had iust been crowned Champion of County football circles. Hueytown never really threat- ened to score moving the ball only twice beyond Bessemer's 35 yard line. Both drives were quelled by a surging Bessemer defense. Bessemer scored early in the second period and retained this lead through- out the game to close out its season with a 7-O victory over its ancient rival. 7 1949 TIGERS TOP ROW: Arthur Clark, Myron Vietch, Fronk Christy, Bobby Smithermcun, Charles lngle, Gerald Autry, Billy Bice, Donald Jones, Billy Collier, Joe Autry, Carl Harris, E. G. Taylor, Jimmy Cain. SECOND ROW: Manager Norman Ceravalo, Jimmy Mills, Alfred Jordan, Oliver Coggin, Joe Roberson, Johnny Johnston, Donald Fisher, George Higginbotham, Johnny Boyd, John Fowler, Tommy Scott, Manager Billy Hodges. FRONT ROW: Johnny Adams, Charles Wilson, Jimmy Albright, Jimmy Smith, Glenn Pugh, George McClain, Joe Argo, Bill Kilpatrick, Woody Goodwin, James Dison, Wilbur Buck. Co-Captain Woody Goodwin, Coach "Snitz" Snider, Co-Captain Bill Kilpatrick Woody Goodwin-A senior guard and co-captain was one of the most versatile players on the 1949 team. In l948, Woody was known as one of the best guards in prep circles. At the beginnig of this season, he was placed in various backfield positions giving excellent perform- ances in each before he was placed at his old position of guard. As captain he was. an outstanding leader. Bill Kilpatrick-A senior guard and co-captain of the team. "Fert" was a demon on defense and a vicious blocker opening up holes for the backs to run through. B-ill's rugged, aggressive, and uncanny play anchored a fighting aggressive line which yielded only four T.D.'s in nine ball games. 3rd team All State '49, lst team All County '49. Glenn Pugh-A iunior center. He is a rugged defensive line backer. Glenn was a key man on offense. Every pass from Glenn to the backs was perfect, contributing to a sharp offense? 2nd team All Coun- ty '49. George McClain-A senior back. Although hampered with iniuries much of The year, George will be well remembered in all games up to the Woodlawn game. He was a fleet-footed back who ran with power and determination. 2nd team All County '49. John Fowler-After being con- verted from a back to a lineman, John showed much skill and de- termination in subduing the op- ponent. He was a senior tackle of aggressive variety. Charles Wilson-back. Charlie played his best year for the Tiger eleven. Many will remember the I4-O victory over Anniston. Wilson scored both T. D's. Charlie was also an outstanding tackle and a halt on defending against passes. Wilbur Buck-Tackle. Wilbur is a senior tackle of a rugged variety. Developing from a slow start,-Buck blossomed into one of the most brilliant performers at the year. Jimmy Albright-A senior quar- terback. "Red" could be depended upon to block and tackle and seem- ed to always come up with the best play at the correct time. Jimmy Smith-A senior center. "Smutt" was an extra point spe- cialist. His toe enabled the Tigers to overcome two formidable foes. Smith could be depended upon for rugged line backing or dependable offensive playing. Billy Bice-A iunior end. One of the most vicious tackles on the squad and equally as good catch- ing passes. Bice, although ham- pered with iniuries, caught several passes which enabled his team to defeat the better teams. Oliver Coggins-Guard. Being the smallest man on the team and being forced to spot his opponent a lO-20 lb. weight advantage, his fighting spirit, ability, and determ- ination made him one of the best guards in the state. Billy Collier-Tackle. "Jap" play- ed most of his football at guard. In the early part of the season he was converted to Tackle. This posi- tion exemplified his best qualities and he developed into a very good football player. Carl Harris-Fullback. This pile driving 140 lbs. of dynamite was unequaled in local prep circles in fight and determination. Harris will be sorely missed next year. Gerald Autry-End, a senior. Although hampered with injuries throughout the year, Beaky saw considerable service. Defense was his speciality but he was also a standout on offense. James Dison-A iunior end. James was not too fond of offensive play but possessed a natural love for defense. ln this department he excelled. He was rugged, aggres- sive, and a bulwark in the path of opposing ball carriers. Donald Fisher-A junior end and pass snagger deluxe. Weighing only 155 lbs., Fisher was a demon on defense as well as a good blocker. Great things are expected of him next year. RASK 'I'llALL TEAM A A A A BACK ROW: left to right: Joe Clayton, John Adams, James Howell, Jack Miles, Robert Riley, Carl Harris, Coach Horace Peterson. SECOND ROW: Wilbur Buck, Manager, Billy Bice, Larry Ward, Bobby Kincaid, Allen Eastis, Joe Ruffner, Assistant Manager. -I ' :A .Z Q. , 1vOPmnJBn ' C 537D 1 3 fre Q ,VJJQBQ47 77919 4 'if '4 i f 'fr ' ffl C Q I ff 5 . ., qw K ff fo B jp :Z S1 l z , f 'E' 13' A If QQ ,A C WHY V A Y Q , 2...--'--vY,,,,,4T4::,:z- -......---Zf' W, ..-3.3, , ,..f-We i 1 jst, . nm T AM BACK ROW: lett to right: John Fowler, Bob Broden, Billy Bice, Eddie Aldridge, Tommy Scott, Joe Roberson, Johnny Boyd, Jdmes Perrymon. SECOND ROW: Gerolcl Autry, George McClain, Sonny Dixon, Rodney Forks, Donold Johnson, Joe Autry, Stephen Furst. FIRST ROW: Alfred Jordon, Chorles Wilson, T. J. 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We'u always remember time fun we had talzing your pictures... and we liope you will not forget us in time years to come when there are other occasions you'll want to remember HUIU MWEWQQ' with fine portraits. 'M I' PHOTOREFLEX STUDIO 4th FLOOR A Compliments jg X Q5 ff 'fa' XR 4-, A5 X- f.'QE?g , , Wg:- Of ,f'xfXfL2 Hx E-,fl -. . ' nga.-. - .-1gLg.-4.-.- : .Q'.,.., ,S 1-225-ii. -5, ' - ,L lv 'gosigizfijflt-izif 'Ak' nigga' - tBglnT"lzgi,1i,,L,. . ' ' LNYWWM A FRIEND 5 -I ..- V 'V CCHQGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1950 LONG LEWIS HARD ARE 00 BESSEMER SERVLCE Phone 475 RAN DALL'S FLOWER SHOPPE "Soy If With Flowers" H8 N. 19th STREET BESSEMER, ALABAMA DAY PHONE 345 NIGHT PHONE 578 COMPLIMENTS OF A. D. ROY MOTOR COMPANY T930 7th Avenue Phone 2943 2023 Second Avenue Phone I57 BANK PAWN SHOP Unredeemed Pledges For Sole FEDERAL LICENSED FIRE-ARM DEALER STEWARD KARR, Prop. BESSEMER, ' ALABAMA J T A GREAT COMBINATICDN i A QUALITY PRoDucT l E fs Barber5 ,L v FRIENDLY SERVICE AT Youre FAVORITE Fooo sToRE - IN Youre Home BARBER PURE MILK CO. O 24IO Sevenfh Ave. So. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA COMPLIMENTS OF J. M. THOMASON'S MARKET 1200 FOURTH AVENUE Phone-23 ROCKETT APPLIANCE COMPANY JNO. C. ROCKETT, Prop. 509 North 19th 'Street Phone 2374 BESSEMER, ALABAMA HOLLADAY MOTORS YOUR FRIENDLY DODGE DEALER A BESSEMER INSTITUTION ffnr SIXTY YEARS I ' 9 Esruuslvfo 1689 'I I 'I I 'I BRADLEY GRAIN I WILFOY'S I 3, g RESTAURANT 5 G R O C E R Y C O . ' AIR COOLED I I I In VV H O L E S A L E I ' Home of Groin, Hoy, Feed Sfuffs, Flour, Meol 1: CHICKEN in The ROUGH Groceries, Produce, Tobocco ond , THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS , Fertilizers ' CHICKEN DISH . Telephones: Bessemer 144, 6-0617 IQ 1825-4Th Ave. Phone 9214 I iiiiig iii A I . WILLIAMS' MARKET F SH V GETA ES I ', RE E BL , Complimenrs Of I QUALITY FOODS 81 MEAT 1 ' I WE DELIVER I , R. AN D o. CAFE 505 Soufh 11th Street 1 Phone 503 Bessemer ':::-i':::: J if J P I P E RS THE TOWN CLOCK HOLLIS HASTINGS M O T O R C O . PIPER'S ICE CREAM VV H O L E S AL E EXCLUSIVE IN BESSEMER C1 n d HOT LUNCI-IES -' SANDWICHES A R E T A I L REAL PITBARBECUE 5I8 N. IQTI1 St. Bessemer Hcussell cmcIiMory1PI1iIIips, Owners 1 T H E COMPLIIVIENT5 FIRST NATIONAL OF B A N K AT BESSEMER S I-I P P I-Y Member of C O M P A N Y F. P. T. C. BIVONA'S MEN'S STORE 3rd AVENUE DIXIE SHOE STORE COMPLIMENTS of S. H. KRESS 81 CO. 5- Io-25 CENT STORE BESSEMER, ALABAMA J J I' COMPLIMENTS OF E. L. HUEY FURNITURE COMPANY Established I905 I9I7-23 THIRD AVENUE PHONE I58 BESSEMER Barney Gray Tin Shop, Incorporated REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY I927 Third Avenue Phone 96 ROOFING- SHEET METAL WORK KOPPERS BONDED-PLATE GLASS WINDOW GLASS AII Types of GIass Work 4' LASSETER AND COMPANY SCHOOL 81 ART SUPPLIES COMPLIMENTS OF BESSEMER BOWLING CENTER FRANK CPIGI HOUSE, Monoger It It In 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'I 'I I Lf Compliments Ot A F R l E N D W. R. McLure, Jr., Mgr. Phone Bess, 1729 Dixie Gas 81 Supply Co. Inc. I925 THIRD AVENUE Propone Systems ond Gos Complete Line ot Gos ond Appliances BESSEMER, ALABAMA Q- - ------- - ---------' -v-v- - - I ,, BROWN SERVICE FUNERAL 1 HOME 4: BESSEMER 1: The Only Authorized Funeral Home in 1: Bessemer Cut Off for Brown Service- jj Liberty National Burial and Insurance I: Policies .I PHONE BEss. 411-412 I f- ::::::::::::::::::::::- I I Compliments Ot C O S T A 1 O R O c E R Y 1 7 35 Plzltz BESSEIvIER'S LEADING DEPARTMENT I STORE ' I 4, ......v-v....v.. Compliments Ot THOMAS SPORTING Everything Streamlined PHARO'S GRILL Sn 'I I ' O O O D s BILLIARD PARLOR IBI7-2nd Avenue 200 2 d A II 5 - 3: BEssEMER, ALABAMA n Venue II Phone 203 BESSEMER, ALABAMA ' O O O D w L N JEWELRY COMPANY BESSEMER II Your Progressive Credit Jewelers :I IC E A N D C OA L I I 323 - I9th Street ly C O M P A N Y II BESSEMEI2, ALABAMA I L::::::::::: ' A - -:::::::::::-J L:::::: -'---- '-A-'A" A ' Compliments Of Blackerby Plumbing cmd Heating Company G U Y T O N PRINTING COMPANY C. P. Griffin Lumber Company I822 Alabama Avenue BESSEMER, ALABAMA NEAL ELECTRIC CO. Dependable General Electric Sales and Service in Bessemer for 39 Years Compliments Of CHAMBERS CASH MARKET I8IO-3rd Ave. Phone 67 BURCHFIELD FLORISTS PADEN BROTHERS BEST WISHES GRADUATES GAS' OIL' WASHING And For Your Future Success LuBi2icATioN 4' S O K O L , S 2nd Avenue I8th Street BESSEMER, ALABAMA ::::::::::, -:::::::::: L 'I 'I I 'I I 'I lt 'I 1 1 I 'I 'I 'I TA:::::::::x::x:x:: " """" "' i 1 1, QEBESSEMER LRQSEN . " O A s - "THE STORE AHEAD" cmd A P P L I A N C E Second Avenue :I ,I Phone ,355 BEssEMER, ALABAMA 1 1, A iiiiiiiiii- , , ,,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiix 3 1: EXCHANGE FURNITURE CO. If BRADLEY REAL ESTATE J. H. McDonoId Owner h 0 nd vvE PAY CASH FOR OOOD QE INSURANCE COMPANY USED FURNITURE 1 Everything tor the Home-All on Eosy :I 1913 4th Avenue Pcymems 1: , BEssEMER, ALABAMA Phone Bess- 497 ' 1920 3rd Ave., N. Bessemer, AIO. L':::::::::: :::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::J::::::::J:-2 Y A::::::::::::::::::v-::::::::::::: 1 ROLLER CHAMPION FLOUR I J. C. CURRY AND C OM PA N Y Distributed By ' ELLIOTT GROCERY Co. if :L BEssEMER, ALABAMA ., BESSEMER, ALABAMA if 1 1, Vx: ::::::x:::::::: T' 1, , f, Compliments Of I 1 Compliments Of It PETER MONTE GROCERY , WALGREEN DRUG FRGZENFOODS ff 1, C O M P A N Y Foncy Groceries, Meots, Groceries 1, EE BESSEMER, ALABAMA Phone moo' mm 1: T729 CAROLINA AVENUE 1 I i lf 1 J T U N I Bessemer Rodio Ancl . Supply Compony f::::: Compliments Ot R U S S E LS sooo Fooo - ice CREAM I N 0 I Compliments Ot HI Y CLUB Compliments Of THE STUDENT COUNCIL f , Compliments Ot ACE Motu b,---- I ROSSER'S HOMOGENIZED AND PASTEURIZED MILK I B and B 5s.1oc s'roRE satoc Compliments Ot PURO ICE CREAM PARLOR AND DRIVE-IN I 429 North Street Bessemer, Alabama li If :v A:::::::::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I ' CITY LUMBER 81 SUPPLY CO. I73I First Avenue Phone Bess. I767 U it BESSEMER, ALABAMA s..sssA. T RI H I Y BESSEMER HIGH SCHOCL I' 'I PARKER LOAN SERVICE Donald lvv. Parker, Owner BESSEMER, ALABAMA Phone 1331 1821 3rd Ave. N. SMITH'S DRY CLEANING I U Wilfred Naylor I I I 1907 5th Avenue, North I ., BIRMINGHAM 1, ALABAMA I L ASHLEY'S SUNDRIES 200 No. 19th Street I' iffififffffffffffiiiififff' 4 PEARCE HAGERTY I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS I Affiliated I Hagerty Engineering 8t Equipment I: Realty Building Phone 3387 IQ BESSEMER, ALABAMA I I,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Compliments OI THREE SISTERS EAT SHOP 1825V2 3rd Avenue 4- v.................vv..v.-...-..-- I In 'I In J. W. HUDDLESTON Compliments Ot McKEE HARDWARE COMPANY I 1 PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST I I 1OO North 19th Street I I, Phone 1414 , vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv I THE MELODY SHOP I RECORDS - SHEET MUSIC I l GREETING CARDS - GIFTS I I 205 NO. 19th si. Telephone 831 Ii Ir-::::::.-::::::: :::::::::::: Compliments Of ROYAL CLEANERS l 1' A:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '::::::::::::::: -'I T IF IT's FLOWERS TRY OuRs WJ LD 5, 104.7 Megocycles MABLE'S FLOWER SHOPPE W J L D - F M Ig 1223 'Fourth Ave., North BESSEAL400 . IQ Doy Phone 3695 Night 1605--W VER' ABAMA , :g BESSEMER' ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Afff::::ifiif'. Aff - .fCffifii:::::::' ::iiifififiiiiiiiiiifiiii:' A AE Compliments Of Compliments Of ll 'E SUPERIOR ICE CREAM EDWARDIS POULTRY Q 1 COMRANY 1 ll 1812 Second Avenue 431 N' lglh Street 1' Phone 20-21 Phone 2006 1 e,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,- giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, I ll if ROLL MERCANTILE CO. COOKBMARTIN CLOTHING CO. Q: I. I. ROLL FINE TAILORED OR READY-MADE Q1 "Everything to Wear" 1: 103 Nineteenth Street Clothing On Liberol Terms For MEN, WOMEN 84 BOYS 'I 1I BESSEMER, ALABAMA I 13 Ne. 19th sf. Bessemer, Alobomo L:: ::::::::v :::::::::: A::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I. ::::::::::v vv---- - f: -------- HT 1- +--- ::::::::::::::::::::::::: --'-- 'I LIDE MOTOR CO. I I Compliments Of I, ' CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH DHLARD'SREALTY MHYNMS C O M P A N Y ' Phone 70 1 1 L iii iiii iii- iiii ' Compliments Of , O. HENRY SHOE SHOP 1- ---au w. s. SHIVERS CLOTHING COMPANY 1920 1st Avenue 1I 1 ------ -e-------.eeL f ::::::::::' ' """" ' ' I Dio You KNOW? . J. W. MCDONALD I WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETELY? Q HERE IN BESSEMER L, .............v.v..v-- -----vvv- ---- - Phone Bess. 9290 Tires 8. Tubes SLOSS BENZOL ALABAMA SERVICE STATION MIKE ROMANO, Owner I9OI Corolino Ave. Bessemer, AIO. 4, ...................- .A-A---- - ---A g::::feeeeeeeeeeeeffeeeeeeeefefff:v If JEFFERSON FURNITURE I' C O M P A N Y If We I-Iondle the Best Line of Furniture ,: 2007-9-I I - 2nd Avenue IE Bessemer, Alobomo I Phone Bess. 92I4 I I I Compliments Ot I I DR. J. D. BATTON Compliments OI MCLELLAN STORES COMPANY E I904 Second Avenue BESSEMER, ALABAMA I Compliments Of FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND 1: LOAN ASSOCIATION PADEN REALTY CO. GENERAL INSURANCE SALES - RENTALS IBI9 - 3rd Ave. Phone IOO-IOI BESSEMER, ALABAMA 1- OF BESSEMER 4, -AA--.-....... --- I Compliments Of I 1: SAM PICARD 81 SONS "Bessemer's Leoding Credit CIothier" 207 N. I9th STREET :I INext 'ro First Notionol BOnI4I IL BESSEMER, ALABAMA 'I 4, 'I CompIiments Ot THE "A" CLUB i,i ,I .su .x r v- - -'-- 'rv 1 Compliments Of GlGLIO'S EAT SHOP 515 FAIRFAX AVENUE HILL GROCERY CO SACH'S FURNITURE STORE Phone 238 I8I7 Third Avenue T 'V G. D. WHITING WASHING - POLISHING BESSEMERI ALABAMA E: Phone 231 41h Ave. - I7Th ST. J J COMPLIMENTS OF OUR FRIENDS MR. AND MRS. WALTER C. HEAD, JR. MR. AND MRS. A. O. FROST MR. AND MRS. ALBERT MOORE MR. AND MRS. G. D'ALLESSANDRA CITY PAWN SHOP MR. J. T. HENSON CHARLES MOMZELLA MRS. W. C. HEAD COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND SPORTS CLUB B. H. S. 4 I I 1 RAY SKEWES SERVICE STATION BATSON GROCERY I CLEVES BARBECUE 218 Jefferson Avenue BESSEMER, ALABAMA Phone 3263 Res. Phone 1296 O. H. TURNER REALTY COMPANY 22IV2 North 19th Street BESSEMER, ALABAMA I I B C L U B I I J B O A C K L E CLOTHING sToRE , ---AAAAA-----AA J I Compliments Of I MERRY GO ROUND SANDVVICHES - ICE CREAM fffffffffffffff' J Compliments Of :I J. A. MASSEY SERVICE STATION I I83I Ist Ave. 1 BESSEMER, ALABAMA 1 If::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::3 ee::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::4 LOCAL LOAN COMPANY I T831 Fourth Ave.,Is1O.- tel. 367 I BESSEMER, ALABAMA ' Money Advoncieol Without Security II SI O ond Up 'I G. E. 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