Columbus High School - Cohiscan Yearbook (Columbus, GA)

 - Class of 1946

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I, GUS DUDLEY, leave my reckless driving to Harry Hall. I, DALLAS HARALSON, leave my ambition to be a nurse, to Jeanne Jones, hoping she'll take it to heart. I l, ELAINE FRIEDMAN, leave my ability to be quiet in study hall to Gloria Spector. l, NETTIE FULLER, Ieave my habit of winking at people to Letty O'Neal, hoping it will help her someday. l, DOT HUNTER, Ieave my ability to date O. C.'s in red convertibles to anyone who is lucky enough to catch them. I, RITA FONNLER, leave my ability to make one A in biology to Alex Bush. I, VONCILE PICKETT, Ieave my ability to get along with others to Larie Lumpkin. I, WYNETTE FULLER, leave my ability to talk two hours straight with- out saying the same thing twice to Ann Mitchell and Ruth Wooltolk. I, 'BECCA HARDAWAY, leave my sneeze to anyone who sneezes loud in class. l, JIMMY ELLIS, Ieave my quietness to Joe Hall. I, MANLY FLOURNOY, leave my ability to get back fraternity pins to any boy who is crazy enough to give a girl one. I, BETTY JANE HORNE, leave my passing marks to my sister. I, KATHARINE WARD, leave "Henry Esmond" to Vera Drane. I, MARY LOU ILLGES, Ieave my good grades to "Ape." I hope that he can use them. We, MARY DeBARDELEBEN and ERIE SUE BLOODWORTH, Ieave our chemistry to anvone stupid enough to take it. I, DORIS DANIEL, leave my ability to doodle in poetry to Ann Turner. I, BILLY CRAWFORD, leave my familiarity with the path to the office to Al Osteen whether he wants it or not. l, MURIEL BARR, leave my ability to get along with everyone to those who get angry easily. I, OTIS BURNHAM, leave . . period . . with Eleanor of course. I, GEORGIA COSBY, leave my love for Mark to Mary Ann to put with her own. l, ZETA CONWAY, leave my dramatic ability to Sara Smith. I, KENNETH DEATON, leave my good looks to Billy Cunningham. l, LOUISE BARFIELD, Ieave my ability to patch up Dennis Calhoun's love afairs to anyone who has time. l, LOUIE CHENEY, leave my ability to look innocent in Latin to Billy Cunninghagm. I, ELEANOR NEWTON, leave my pigeon-toed walk to Mary Strain. I, GEORGE WOODRUFF, leave my ability to make sixty when sixty is passing and raise it to seventy when seventy is passing to Mote Andrews. I, BETTYE HUDGINS, leave my ability to hang by my heels from a sec- ond story balconv to Sue Stuckey. I, PEGGY PEASE, leave mv naturally curly hair to Mr. Thomas. I, FAYE TICE, leave my hair to Bert Griggs. I, ELEANOR WEAVER, leave my bones to Miss Cheatham. I, JEANNETTE CAULEY, leave just a little of my height. I, DONALD ROBINSON, leave my ability to waste time to anyone who is tired of passing. I, ANN HENDERSON, leave my love for the beauty of spiritual-s to Sue Stuckey. . I, ELEANOR THOMAS leave with Otis. I, FRED DAVIS, leave my hoboish ways to Linwood Hall, who doesn't really need them. I, FRED SILVER, leave my intelligence in English to Tommy Butts. I, SYLVIA HIRSCH, leave my naturally curly hair to Beverly Chapman. We, GILBERT STEPHENSON, BOBBY THOMPSON, CHUCK MAGONI, and PHILIP BYRNE do not leave. Testators: ANN HENDERSON MARY NELL KINMAN PEGGY PEASE ED JONES lk

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thin man of the circus. See what the army can do for you. Enlist now. We see B. JAY ARENOWITCH, Bobbie, and some little Arnos in their shack on the other side of the railroad tracks. B. Jay is still waiting for his train to Come in. BEN AMICK, who is employed by one of the large New York department stores has just gotten another promotion. He is now assistant janitor. ELDRID BARFIELD is spending some time on one of the Pacific islands, ALCATRAZ. DICK CLINE is doing well in Macon. Hubbal DAN ESTES and his model wife Sarah are in the Taylor business. DERREL HARTIN has become one of the best known men in the United States since he started posing for Clark Kent better known as Superman. BILL ISRAEL is a practicing lawyer in Columbus. SH ELTON DARITY has had a busy day. He graduated from Auburn and applied for his old age pension at the same time. FRANK 'ROCK" REAMES has become Donald Robinson's chief model in Donald's better baby diaper business. S. M. THOMAS and NELL BLANTON were recently voted the best look- ing couple in the United States. B. JAY ARENOWITCH BUBBER BARFIELD LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JUNE CLASS We, the Senior Class of June, nineteen hundred and forty-six, being of unsound mind and facsimiles, do hereby push off these, our most memorable handicaps on those little beasts and underclassmen. I, JOHNNY MYRICK, leave Barbara Mi7e to Billy Cunningham, Tommy Smalshof, Dan Cabaniss and about a dozen other juniors in whom she has an interest already. I, TED JONES, will my plot of land at "Hubba-Hubba-Heaven" to "Ape" McCluskev. I, JIM KAMM. leave mv hair to the "C" Club Freshmen. I, MARY NELI. KINMAN, leave my nice, quiet ways to Jackie Stewart. I, EVAN LEARY, leave my ability to flatter teachers to Bill Peterman. He'll need itl I, PEGGY RYAN, leave mv love for Mrs. Bailey to all future classes. I. JOHN LOHR, will my ability to work qeometrv back to Miss Higgins. I, "BOBBIE" ALANDER, leave my love for the five minutes between classes fn all other oirls who like to be with their fellas. I, ANN LUETJE, leave my ability to be quiet in school to Iris Cobb. I, JEAN MacDOUGALL, leave my ability to stay on a diet three weeks to Jeanie Jones. I, MARY ALICE MCDONALD, leave "Elvira" to next year's journalism staff. I, MARY MARSDEN, leave my cute figure to Carolyn Butts. I, MILDRED MEHAFFY, leave my ability to make "A's" in geometry to Frances Rushin. I, JAMES MITCHELL, leave my ability to go to sleep in chemistry class without Getting cauqht. I. ISAAC MAXWELL, leave mv cowbov boots and bow ties to "Lil" Butts. I, JAKE MOON, leave my silver Peach Bowl football to Ann Henderson, who won't dive it back anyway. I, TOMMY NEAL made a run for it over the west wall before the term was up. I have left. I, WESLEY WILKINSON, leave my nickname "BeetIe" to Brown Nich-- olson. I, ED JONES, leave mv Mercury to my little brother. I hope he doesn't wreck it anymore than I did. ls that possible? I, FRANK SCHLEY, leave mv speech-making ability to Neal Wickham. I, CLAYTON READ, leave my scatter-braijfsdaduse I'm tired of them. I, DUFF CRAWFORD, leave my love to Sue and my hair to Tommy Butts. I, "BREAD-HEAD" DIMON leave the title, "Dog Boy," to darling Dan Cabaniss.

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PROPHECY OF JUNE CLASS After flying around for several hours over the suburbs of that metro- polis of the South, Columbus, in the year of I966, I finally located my destination, a shabby glass brick hut, with a run-down Atom Plane on the roof. When I had parked at 224 Coon Street, l adjusted my new spring helmet and hopped on the sidewalk esculator. Arriving inside the shack by means of an electric-eye door, I was met by a dark complexioned fortune- teller, in the old-fashioned dress of blue jeans and plaid shirt. "Madame Zuskawichi, I wonder if you could do a research job for me with your automatic crystal ball. I need some information about the mem- bers of the June Class of I946 of Columbus High-that's the old Columbus High over on Cherokee, not the new skyscraper school. Could you do the job?" ln her antique dialect she replied, "Natch," and several moments later the following information came clicking out of the "ball-of-tye" machine: Believe it or not, DOLORES NAEHR is now employed by Barnum and Bailey Circus as the great artist of the flying trapeze, who floats through the air with the greatest of ease. She has really risen up in the world, hasn't she? Lately we had news from CHARLES ACREE out in Hollywood. He is now second assistant to the assistant mechanic of motion picture cameras. He is really coming up in the world. ANN ARRINGTON has just finished a concert at Carnegie Hall. Rumor has it that she will start on a concert tour next month. Congratulations, Annl WRIGHT BRASSELLE is now manager of the vaudeville act running at the Roval this week, while EVA LOWE BAISDEN is the feature attraction. LAMAR BENFORD, now a great scientist, and his laboratory assistant, MYRA SUE CAIN have just discovered a cure for cancer. Mr. Thomas really must have taught them something. Now heard over Columbus' new broadcasting station EXIT of which HUGH FOSTER is manager, is sweet voiced JUNE BARNES who has taken over Kittv Kav's position as fashion editor. We find "DUFF" CRAWFORD and " resident and vice- president respectively-of,the Holy Rollers, a leading National Society for Temperance., - kb -if-j IOYCE AYERS and DAISY DA IS have organized the Hubba Hubba Woo Woo Perfume and Accessories Company, with SHELBY COMPTON as chief smeller-nice work if you can get it. Representing the more intellectual members of our class we have DONALD JOHNSTON, head of the Undemocratic, Unrepublican Freedom Partv running for president of the United States. We'll all vote for you, Donald. You are sure to get it with loud mouth "ZIP" CHAMBERS as cam- paign manager. Remarkable what time can do. LEAH DESPORTES has just been rec- ognized as Amerif:a's most fickle woman, and "HORSE" DAVIS is M.G.M.'s latest find-another "Frankie" FAY HASKINS and ZAN HENSLEE are now two chief test pilots at the Jones 81 Mvrick Aircraft Corporation, which incidentallv is owned bv ROSSER JONES and JOHN MYRICK. DALLAS HARALSON, CAROLINE HALL, and "WEEZlE" DUSKIN are testing out atomic rlubble-bubble oum at Fleers 81 Co. NETTIE FULLER and RITA FOWLER have just taken over Lily Dache's Fifth Avenue Hat Shoppe in New Yorkl DAN COPLAND who was headed for Georgia Tech in I946 was the contractor for the new C.H.S. skyscraper. Bv the wav, through SIDNEY KAMENSKY'S intellectual and scholastic abilitv, we see that he has now made the grade and has taken "Sport's" place at Dinglewood, waiting on cars. As we look to the more intellectual tvpe of people. we see that JEAN KIRALFY has taken Mrs. Hulinci's place as head of the Spanish department. ELLEN KERR'S brilliant mind has finally reached its capacity-by the wav, how is Milledgeville, Ellen? ANN ISRAEL has finally gotten over her quietness and become a real joker.

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