Cordova High School - Crimson Blue Yearbook (Cordova, AL)

 - Class of 1953

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Ur iv -4 f Y X WA ' , .1 . , 1 F r -af' f-3 1 L'v4V 4 . ,my iyelifi 938: . gr, 1 -hw .49 " v . ..., f-Q ,r -U 'u.5 I, huh 1 . 6' PM . My ZZ' 7 i , M212 W MW? if i ff by 12901 Q MQW W dw 333 ? ?5 fxoy WH sjjw ygii Q ff 5353 W Q? A'. ' 233 le rimffon gfue 0 7953 EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF '52 AND '53 COR DOVA HIGH SCHOOL CORDOVA, ALABAMA QVA HIGH C ' J SPONSORS Christine Earnest and Lance Hendrix ffl 1 23 ff I fo X gn X M ' i . l',,1,sl1li.,-gi q Mfilmnmxam i l. f' X Mmm Wil p w!!- .xr A-N J ' W X if II , X V T Q 1 W .gum U x -. ' f D " O O f mQ6lLCCltLOl'l PQ ara as . We, the Senior Class oi '53, 9633313 dedicate this edition of Crimson :' f5' ,,,, ' 41 Blue to the student body oi Cordova ., P High schooi. K Today, the youth of this school will be met by the seriousness of L living in an age oi atomic power. 5 And on the shoulders oi youth will be ,ribs N placed the consequence of that power. Egg. EES' . . . . y This book is dedicated to thern with algftm the hope that the goal which they seek 4 will be inspired by a higher power than that which a scientist could provide. ' - As youth moves, so shall the progress , of the world. 4, 'The youth of a nation are the ' trustees of posterity." l llvrflis L .u Rl I if , L " ' I X X 1 . 'Y . ..-ef' 5 S- 5,5 'tang ks 1 ' ilk E f 1 QNX U M gy 1 ,,. J gi .V ' ffl LUKE llggyigt 'AQBBI 15 -7951 Qsj 555 7 Q it Q ' r .I - ' 4 if p . .im 3 . 5 I ! Bgsfmf , ' 'xvylgl 1 '- Avg I , A , V, . A '. 1-- , z , Q 1 x . 7 - s' - 9 l I ' ' ' L 'W ' 1 -F x Q 0 s 1 I MISS EARNEST MR . HU DSON APPRECIATION As a tribute to their genuine love for Cordova High School we wish to express our appreciation to Miss Earnest, Mr. Hudson, and the faculty who have always given us their utmost co-operation, efforts and knowledge. We shall always remember them and cherish the happy hours which we have spent working with them. X 55:5 1 ' Eg w x oy J3L1l?Q s,l ' Qxw 'K 5 Q2 Xfg? .aww QLQLNL aww. ,LU .fdclnfzinidfra fion and gadftgy N W .,1,r. 4 .., .xdclmihiafrafion BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Mr. Chester Thorne, Mr, Noah Felkins, Mr, Wilburn Hudson, Principal, Mr. Coy Brown, Chairman, MISS EARNEST Sr. III Sponsor Miss c-OODWYN Sr. II Sponsor I VE,,, I ' 5-J ' S MR. HENDRIX l Sr. III Sponsor MR. HENSLEE Sr. II Sponsor QQ? MI' g6lClftAg p KW: X Rfm Thg We., x i MR. BARTON M R Rs, MR,f1NcHEOr sr. Isponsor Sr GLIDEWELL Jr. H1 Spons - I Sponsor These are our teachers, our helpers .... our advisors .... and our friends .... guiding, shaping, and molding our char- acters...that we may in time assume the responsibilities of citizenship ...... N I 'K i S7 f -I i ,f ur acu fy Ms MCGYNTY Sr in Sponsor 'll MR BARTON ' 1' x, xr. 111 Spouse Jr. 11 SPOHSO1' 6 fit' 1"'x' S NHNGA MR THOMPSON MR alflglu Sponsor J'r II Sponsor Irs GUTHRIE Instructing us in the art of learning Helping us to under- stand the great principles and ideals of our heritage...they have given us their valued time and gentle devotion...To them we are grateful. ul' j6lCM,3g X 1 A X X ,SW Q . 'xxx Not xxx ' YRHXTX Shown X x j X3 in JK x N FRED KNIGHT Coach 7 I Sponsor 3 MRS. F Jr. ARR IS 3 F5 !,...a-f" MR .T r. I Sponsor -I V 111 553 f-ff' V ,gzniom fx .,,,, ,,, , -gh . - J, 'I 'haf 'X Y -Q , A , 3 awe I R W' 1 I rf Y, "Q2r:x:r? 1 RONALD ABEL "Abe" Football 3g Baseball 2g Captain 52 JANICE ALBERS "Yankee" Cheerleader 3g Beta Clubg Red Cross HOWARD ABEL "George" Likeableg Quiet DOROTHY CLARK "DOI" Likableg F. T, A,g Beauty Contest HENRY BARNES "Hen" Who's Whog Quietg Likable DORA LEE DUNN "Dora" Who's Whog Quietg Beta Club WARREN BARTON "Foot's" Bus Driverg President of 4-H Club NELDA ESTILL "Ne11" Beta Clubg F.T.A.g Art Editor of Annual 9 ,Xxx .i N' :. Z x. i ,aqui-. N, 0' --55 Q0 1 T? IQ JAMES E. COOKE "Bunky" President of Senior Classg Who's Whog mean GLORIA FAYE FREEMAN "Baby Faye" Typistg Beta Club: FTA T1-IURSTON BLACKWELL "Nut" Sports Editorg Meang Co-operative, MELBA FIELDING "Mebbie" Band 4g FTAg Annual Staff ANNIE LOIS GILBERT "Proxy" President of Beta Clubg Student Councilg Most Co-operative. MILLIE JOE RUSSELL "Shug" Annual Staffg Co-operativeg Mrs, JULIAN DANIEL "Dan" Bus Driverg Beta Clubg Who's Who. JOHNNIE MAE HENDERSON "John" Beta Clubg Friendlyg Quiet. 10 f,,.. I 1 ,g, 61' .X 9' ff -nl" . if 'null' Nl '43 , f T , s f' ii?f'w B E F if' 1 1- 1 L. as . 1 we . 1 I 5' A li V. Q 1 pf B at '26 CURTIS FOWLER "Curt" Football 33 C Clubg Co-operative. BOBBIE NELL HERRON "Bob" Beta C1ubgFTAg Who's Who. L, T, GURGANUS "Pete" Bus driverg County president for Beta Clubg 4-H Club MARIE HOUSTON "Shorty" Who's Whog Dependable: Neat LeROY WHITE "Toothie" Co-operativeg Loudg Good. MILDRED JEANS "Snooks" Mrs, Who's Whog Cute. ALLEN HUNTER "Red" Football 3: Captain of '52g C Club ELIZABETH HUNTER " Liz" - V J r -. . Who's Whog Miss Homecomingg Class Beauty 5 A A -1 J! - 5 ll 1- is .J J 3"f2f-lv 'I ' twang, m,,n,:, -, -f-.. fy 4:-:D 'Q-i :ll 'iQ.J- 'f' ' - il ,ri 1 'I' 'di' JERRY HYCHE "Jeanie" Basketball 23 Romeog Beta Club ANNIE RUTH HOWELL "Petunia" Beta Clubg Sports Editorg Co-operative, JIMMY KERBY "Jimmy" Who's Whog Cuteg C Club, HAITI KUGLER "Zeno" Beautyg Who's Whop Cheerleader 2. CHARLES LEWIS "Long" Beta Clubg Dependableg Quiet. NORMA JEAN MADISON "Norma" Beautyg Co-operativeg Quiet. PAUL MESEROLE "Diggy" Football gg Romeog Who's Who. MAXINE MORROW "Cob" Band 4g Historian for Beta Club: Annual Staff GAIL O'REAR "Pug" Annual Sraffg Mrs,g FTA l W ' N f' A 1' . 9 1 r i 'ir lf 5117 ew' :lv ff- 9174 MTV' l,. 1g,fQ 301 -1' lilff V x f HOYT NOE " Puri" I ' Football 45 Basketball 35 C Club ,", .fl 4 SADIE LANE "Sadie" Cuteg FTA5 Friendly ANDREW PICKRELL "Puss" Football 35 Baseball 25 Basketball I. MARY RUTH PARSONS "Myrt" Annual Staff5 Who's Who, Cheerleader W, L, THOMAS "Buck" Football 35 Baseball 35 Basketball 3, ELEANOR PATE "Will" Who's Whog Band 25 Basketball. BUDDY L, THORNE "Butch" Football 35 Basketball 35 Baseball 3, FLORA JUNE POE "Poe" Likeableg Quiet5 Co-operative, HAROLD BLACK "Eagle Eyes" Llkeable5 Co-operative5 Who's Who. X 5' Av-3' 1 '4 nw. 4 I u-. I Tir 'S Qin ff BILLIE JEAN RICHARDSON "Bill" Co-operativeg Friendlyg Dependable, SHELTON WILLIAMSON "Skeet" Football lg Cuteg Friendly, WANDA JONES WILLIAMSON "Hopeless" Mrs,g Cute: President of FTA JOE HOLDBROOKS "Little JOE" Annual Staffg Cuteg Co-operative, CLARA MAE RICHARDSON "Clara Jo" Annual Staffg Cheerleader 2g Friendly. MILTON WYLIE Sm1l1e Dependableg Cuteg Nature Lover JO ANN RODEN Josie Who's Whog Best Singerg Cute. BARBARA TUBBS "Grap1c0' Annual Staffg Sweetg Likeable. HERBERT UNDERWOOD "Nose" Football 3, Baseball 3, Who s Who I l v- 'lf' XXX A . X C ' . .-ll ' f 03 0 3 ls- ive---3 WR' iw 7' Jimi 'Iliff an jafamenf We, the Senior Class of 1953, being of doubtfully sane mind and sound body, do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. Annie Lois "Proxy" Gilbert wills her bottle of proxide to Yvonne Caldwell. Paul Meserole wills his ability to be good in the dressing room to Harold Russell and James Hyde. Ronald Abel and Allen Hunter will their title of co-captains to any Blue Devil who thinks they can get it. Jerry Hyche wills his title of Romeo to Wilburn Reed. LeRoy White wills his masculine build to Tommy Swindle. Jimmy Kerby wills his title of Cutest Boy to Morris Melton. Herbert "Nose" Underwood wills his trademark to Lawerence Brown. Jo Ann Roden leaves her laugh to Annie Rosser. Bunky Cooke wills his noble character to any deserving character who feels he can support it, Mary Parsons wills her title of Most Atheletic girl to Jo Ann Barton. Milton Wylie wills his title of "Smiley" to Maxwell Pucket. Buddy Thorne wills his way with women to Shelly Drummond. Thurston Blackwell wills his initialed pants to anyone crazy enough to wear them. Andrew Pickrell wills his ability to date Jasper girls to J. L, Love. L, T. Gurganus wills his solving of geometry problems to Charles Kitchens. Charles Lewis wills his height to Herbert Watts. Warren Barton wills his office in the 4-l-l Club to Casey Pate. Wanda and Skeet Williamson will their title of Mr. and Mrs. to Evelyn Busbin and Ed Davis. Haiti Kugler wills her title of Cutest Girl to Becky Hyche. Dorothy Clark and Flora Poe will their ability to sell programs at football games to Kathryn McMillian and Shir ley Holsombeck. Elizabeth Hunter wills her title of "Miss Homecoming" to the Senior candidate of '54- Janice Albers wills her excuses to get out of class to Ruth Thomas. Harold Black wills his ability to sing to Stewart McWhirter. Eleanor Pate wills her ability to play basketball to Jane Hyde. Norma Madison wills her way with boys to Sue Manasco. Joe I-loldbrooke wills his pleasing personality to Charles Helms. Marie Houston wills her quietness to Robbie Jent, Barbara Tubbs and Annie Howell will the coke stand at football games to any Sr. lll crazy enough to take it. Clara Richardson wills her co-operative ways to Marie Taft. Henry Barnes wills his title of Quietest boy to Jim Howell. Julian Daniel wills his title to go with a certain Sr. ll girl to anyone who thinks they can get her. Bobbie Herron wills her title of Class Secretary to Frances Crawswell. Billie Richardson wills her false teeth to Vonie Smith. Gail O'Rear and Millie Russell will their title of Mrs. to Jeanette Aldridge. Maxine Morrow wills her ability to crack jokes to anyone who thinks they can match her. W. L. Thomas wills his big feet to Paul Knight. Pud Noe wills his title of Yo-Yo King to Billy Ingram. Nelda Estill wills her artistic ability to June Sargent, Gloria Freeman wills her typing ability to Nancy Kugler. Sadie Lane leaves her pretty hair to anyone lucky enough to have it. Curtis Fowler wills his ability to play football to his brother, Ray. Johnnie Henderson wills her many questions in English to Annie Jo Garrigan, Mildred Jeans wills her title of Best Dressed to Barbara Amerson, Howard Abel wills his shyness to Jerry Russell. Dora Dunn wills her intelligence to Betty Van Hom. We, the undersigned, do hereby declare this to have been written with not more than a thousand dollar bribe. Our witnesses were under no more influence than a noose around their necks. Witnesses: Bee I-lavior Ann Tagonism Benny Dict By Melba Fielding 1 5 C 6156 pl'Ol0AOCy- 255 East Boulevard Tueson, Arizona June zo, 1963 Dear Johnnie Mae, First, I should like to congratulate you on your incomparable washboard playing with Spike Jones. I suppose that always was your secret desire. l recently took a pleasure trip across our forty-eight states, and I looked up all our class-mates. While I was driv- ing through Arizona, I had car trouble. I had to stop at a very large ranchouse. Much to my surprise I found Joe Hold- brook was the proprietor of a spacious dude ranch. Joe showed me some letters he had received. One of them came from Curtis Fowler, who is now a custom's inspector in Canada. ln his letter he said that Wanda and Skeet Williamson own a chain of restaurants across the country under the name of "Williamsons' Steak House. " Henry Barnes is now a Canadian mountie battling his way through the wilds of Canada. Can you picture that? As I was leaving the Holdbrook Ranch, I saw a figure trotting along the road. Who should it be, but Barbara Tubbs. She was practicing for her next track meet. Of course you know she holds the world's track record. I passed a construction gang digging ditches, and Eleanor Pate was really slinging dirt over her shoulder. Harold Black was the foreman of these workers. l noticed a sign in front of a large and beautiful home. It read, 'Canine Haven of Rest," Owner and Proprietor, Andrew Pickrell. While visiting relatives in California, I came upon many more graduates. Elizabeth Hunter was selling pencils on the corner of Hollywood and Vine, She was getting quite a lot of competition from Julian Daniel. He was selling Easter egg dye to all the little kiddies. This may be hard to believe, but I found Paul Meserole operating a chain of gg garage and gasoline service stations. Clara Mae Richardson is now a street photographer. That's understandable because you know how she enjoyed taking care of annual pictures. I found Buck Thomas is a bouncer at a San Francisco gambling casino, and Norma Jean Madison is a hat checker at the Brown Derby. Lee Roy White is modeling his phy- sique for the covers of Atlas Magazine. You'd never know him now.' ln Montana I found Melba Fielding exploring deserted mines. I persuaded her to continue the trip with me. ln Helena we found Sadie Lane improving upon Webster's dictionary. Charles Lewis is testing rocket ships for science. He expects to establish headquarters on the moon within the next year. Nelda Estill and Gloria Faye Freeman are chief artists for Urpy-Burpy Baby Foods of Great Falls. Pud.Noe.is playing shortstop for the Mississippi Ridgerunners. Maxine Morrow is working in a diaper factory in Co- lumbus. Millie Jo Russell is now a justice of Peace. She didn't remember much about her ceremony, so maybe this will be of help. From Mississippi we journeyed to Florida. Here Billie Jean Richardson and Flora Poe are partners in the Rub-a-Dub- Dub paper towel factory in Miami. Jo Ann Roden is trying to improve on the Gregg Shorthand system. Milton Wylie tests the heat of the sand on the beaches of Florida. Melba and I decided to fly to Virginia. The Pilot of the plane was L.T. Gutganus. He informed us that Warren Barton is an English Professor and Bunky Cooke is President of Virginia's leading university. Dora Lee Dunn is an interior decorator in Richmond. During our visit there, we attended a circus. Guess who the star performers were, Howard Abel gave a nightly performance eating fire and swallowing swords. He wanted to teach us how, but we said 'Q thank QL' Dorothy Clark received top billing by diving two hundred feet into a tub full of ice water. Gail O'Rear performed on the high wire. From Virginia we took the Erie Special to Chicago. The engineer was Thurston Blackwell. Thurston informed us that he wasn't the only railroad worker. Annie Ruth Howell is cleaning steam engines for the B. and O. Railroad. Upon ar- rival, we learned that Herbert Underwood is now janitor at "Bums' Hangover' on Skid Row. Bobbie Nell Herron is the Society Editor for the Chicago Sun with the able assistance oflvlildred Jeans. Haiti Kugler is modeling the latest Paris fashions. We found Marie Houston flipping pancakes at Kippy's Kafe. Our last stop was New York City. We immediately began touring the sights. We found Allen Hunter climbing to the top of the Empire State Building every morning to test the speed of the wind. Ronald Abel was his substitute just in case he loses his footing some day. Mary Ruth Parsons has taken over Lowella Parsons gossip column. Jimmy Kerby has re- cently become a delegate to the United Nations. Annie Lois Gilbert is repairing sinks in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Buddy Thorne and Jerry Hyche are taking Walter Winchell's place. Jerry gathers news and Buddy broadcasts it. Do you think they have changed much? After one month our tour came to an end. Melba went back to Montana andl returned to Arizona to resume my job. Selling magazines in Sr. III inspired me so much, that I went to work for Curtis Magazine Company. Goodbye and Goodluck, 16 IANICE ALBERS f. .-- -..., , rv, . , .-WL. ,..V,.m,zndffF' -5 -V ., 19'-1'!l.':,!g-5,., 4 ir. I-nnawyxnf Jiighr' Q, .4 -V,.u:i,x,?' I -4q,,,. 1 , .,n,,,'w. . . Q .gmtb ...wily h Y - if! 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