Childersburg High School - Treasure Chest Yearbook (Childersburg, AL)

 - Class of 1953

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,-Q.,-sl-R S' moon I 0 QC? Ladles and gentlemen For the flrst t1me 1n h1story a class reunlon was held on Mars and lwas 1nv1ted to tell you about lt Part of the transportat1on was furnxshed by John Becks Super .Tet XX rocket sh1p whxch he xnvented hlmself Our space sults were made by the very capable deslgner Em1ly Cllett Some of the people to get on at the f1rst stop were Nell Templeton who sxngs commerc1als about the wonders of Cosmo Chewlng Gum and Donald Bacon the manufacturer of the new wonder drug Aches and Palns asplrrn espec1a1ly developed for a1l1ng football players At the second stop the glamorous Gen1e Gardner got on board She leads the band at Sllpaslurp College where Delano Lee has the Job of pol slung the major ettes boots He just loves h1s work Betty Fannin the famous movxe star who plays at all the drwe 1n theatres had some sad news to tell us She says that one of our old class mates Glen Alexander was d1sappo1nted 1n a deep love affaxr and went back to the woods where he now practxces the manly art of hog calllng Wh1le we were thus engaged 1n conversatlon we looked out the w1ndow and happened to see Roscoe Lxmbaugh dxgglng up cotton stalks 1n space and Lamar Hall f1sh1ng for shrlmp w1th a baseball bat 30 llght years ago At thls polnt we found that our fuel was low and we stopped at Carrol Hurst s Fzsson Fllllng Statlon where you can get a complete uramum change 1n flve mlnutes The place was easy to flnd because 1t was ln the flrst cloud bank to the left of James Hart s tavern We had Just started on our way agaxn when a flash of llght and a puff of smoke streaked by but we were not alarmed because we knew that 1t was only Charles Watters demon of the speedways followed by Carolyn Mauldxn the undertaker who always has an eye open for busmess Our attentxon was rweted back 1HSlde the shxp by the sound of Barbara Owmgs who had made mxllxons on her latest book How To Get That Streamllned Fxgure plcklng an argument wxth VIVIBH Presley Inventor of the Cosmo reducing method She belxeves only m the two way stretch plan Thxs argument was shocked 1nto sxlence by the sxght of Sally Green wh1zzmg by on her Jet propelled motor scooter She was late for work agaln at Charlotte Thompson s cheeseburger stand and almost ran 1nto the ant1 gravlty space sxgn announcmg that Leon Edgeworth was runnmg agamnst Robert Reeves for the post of Presxdent of Mars 16 ,x x d T' 'B r rg. SLS X. .. 2 U' - n -. Q K I' P , . . , . . . . . . , . . Y I u ' as ' ' ' Y I I I 5 ' . i . . - , . . . . . , . . -. ' . i l . . , I l S . , Y I . . ,, . . ,I I l , . ' I

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All the chewlng gum under Margaret Bennett s desk goes to Shlrley Bassett To Leonard Sanders goes Hearal Guess ablllty to talk the teachers out of sendmg h1m to the offxce James H1ll leaves to AncelNorr1s h1s curllng xrons Carroll Hurst leaves all c1garette butts on the campus to Wayne W1ll1s Delano Lee s Tony Curt1s look goes to Clarence Lucas To Rlchard Owens goes Bobby Lxmbaugh s manly ways Ann K1dd leaves her technlque to anyone who can use It Glenda Ba1ley leaves her knowledge of rallroads to B1ll1e Jean Bassett John Beck s ab1l1ty to get a head start xn the medxcal world goes to Tommy Elllott Davxd Bassett leaves all talents knowledge athletxc ab1l1ty and what ever else he m1ght have gamed from the Semor Class of 53 to h1s brother James Lee Bassett Shxrley Traylor and Carolyn Mauldxn leave the1r l1ke manner1sms to L1nda Lyle and Audrey Shoemaker James Hart and Roscoe L1mbaugh leave the1r ab1l1ty to get marr1ed when and to whom they want to to Franklln Bentley Charles Maddox leaves to George Pate h1s 1 9 1nterest 1n the Shoemaker fam1ly To Chalmers Murphy goes Betty Lou Lyle s A s 1n hopes that he mlght be able to use them A comb1nat1on of Patsy W1lson s qu1et ways and Hellon Bean s loud ways to Barbara D1llard Cel1s L1mbaugh leaves her love for housekeepxng to L1ll1e Mae Trucks To Carolyn Lucas goes Thelma Maxwell 5 ab1l1ty to catch a man Frelda Rogers leaves her ab1l1ty to go steady to Shlrley Randall Sam Brewer leaves to Stewart Burkhalter h1s Jokes Carolyn Shoemaker leaves to 'Gene Owxngs her rovlng eye Charles Watter s ab1l1ty to be heard at all tlmes goes to Martha Bentley Eugema Vxncent leaves her book of a1r mall stamps to Shlrley F1nn Jeanette Wallenfang s southern accent goes to Tmsley Sammons Omle Wall1s posltlon as head Jerk soda at Hagans goes to any broke soul Em1ly Cl1ett s love for algebra goes to Ph1l1p Braswell Gerome Henson leaves school to anyone wh6 wants lt To Norman Payne goes Leon Edgeworth s fl1rt1ng ways Now we the Semor Class Just leave Q1 WWWBKWBYW ' , . j . . . . . , . , , go . . , .. . 4 Q . - - 9 9 iff 27 J. l , X Q as fa F X :Qc

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Then Kathleen Cox who has won the t1tle of Mxss Champlon Pancake Fllpper of the ent1re unxverse turned on the tele radlo We heard an advert1sement for shoeshop ID Chlldersburg Its owner IS Carolyn Shoemaker who IS the best shoe maker IH the world We were dxsappolnted when a fuse was blown and we could not hear Davxd Basset slng classxcal muslc and lxght opera on h1s program over statxon WACKY 1n C1nc1nnat1 But Thomas Tyler who st1ll makes h1s own enter tamed us by telllng about the good fortune of some of our old classmates He lnformed us that Glenda Baxley IS queen of the dance ln the flylng saucer Caba ray where she does a trlpsneaze act three tlmes a day He also told us about Hellon Bean who tours the unxverse teachlng speech classes how to glve The Nlght Before Chrlstmas ln choral readlng We were Just thlnklng about how well most of our class was doxng when we heard the Jets of the shxp stop chargxng and we knew that Brush Maddox our navxgator had fouled up the controls A moment later we felt a terr1f1c crash and felt ourselves bounclng around on the 1ns1de of the sh1p whzch fortunately WHS made of foam rubber We had crash landed on Mars and 30 seconds later every one except Glorxa Armbrester the recrultlng off1cer for the U S Strato Marlnes was found unhurt Atomlc rad1at1on had caused all her Jolnts to bend backwards Hearal Guess the cxrcus strong man carrxed her to Ann Kldd s Ch1roprat1c Cl1n1c where she was g1ven an adjustment The head nurse Mary Ann Gr1ce used hlpmotxsm wh1ch cured her lnstantly W1th th1s taken care of we went on to the beautxful oxygen condltxoned motel Sam Breyer two very promlnent buslness men 1n th1s day and t1me We unpacked and then went on to the Grand Plaza a huge assembly hall where our reunlon was held There we met all our class mates we had seen durlng the day and all the others except Shlrley Traylor who had to stay home and take care of her blcycle shop It was amaz1ng how many famous persons came from our class Jeanette Wallen fang 1S the owner of the L1ttle Galaxme school of vo1ce She teaches movxe stars to talk w1th a Southern accent Margle Parker manufactures holes to go ln dough nuts and Eugenla V1ncent puts the outsxde around them Gerome Henson plays football at Bryants 1n Tuscaloosa and Frelda May IS st1ll cheerlng hlm on Omle Wall1s wrote a book whxch she called The Fog just after she f1n1shed hlgh school and th1s year she flnally persuaded the world known publlshers V1rg1nxa HOIIIS and Rebecca Breedlove to publlsh lt We were hav1ng a swell t1me at the reunlon fmdlng out such facts as that Thelma Maxwell and Sara Hardeman were part owners 1n the Sneaze Snuff Com pany and that Helen Edwards was a happy l1ttle housewlfe and the mother of seven ch1ldren st1ll l1v1ng 1n our old home town on earth Then James I-hll the famous toastmaster remmded us that we had to get up early the next mormng 1n order to catch our rocket back to earth After thls the party broke up The next mornlng comlng back to earth Faye Kldd and Margaret Bennett the two space guxdes got lost ln the fog but never fear they were rescued by one of our best ant1 grav1ty pollcewomen Patsy Wllson She recelved an automatlc controlled robot made by Dorothy Cleckler as a reward for this brave deed When we got back to earth and I started thmkxng about how all my class mates had made somethlng of themselves I dec1ded that xt was tune for me to quxt spongmg off my parents so I am golng to go out and look for a Job tomorrow Why knows maybe I can get one as Jamtor on thls telecast show' 17 , 1 . . . . 1 - ' a n y 1 - , - , . . . - - - u 7 , . , . . ' . . . , . . . ! I 9 I Y . . r . . . where we were going to stay that night. was ow L1mb u h a d . 3 ' 7 . 3 - . ,, . . ,, . . ' - sn 11 - - - - . Y , . I I 7 A . l J I , ' 1 o Y l I l : ' ' . , .

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