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BILLY LINEBAUGI-I ROBERT ADAIR
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A WORD FROM THE MANAGEMENT
Our modern world has no more graphic means of
presenting its ideas than through the medium of ra-
dio. It is only fitting, therefore, that such a means
should be used by THE TIGER staff to portray the
living picture of the school year at Cohn High.
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BROADCASTING A REVIEW OF THE MANY
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BILLY LINEBAUGH. . .
EMILY SIEGRIST . .
ANN DODD ......,..
BOIIBIE JEVVEL HOUSE. . .
MARJORIE RIDLEY . . .
ALFRED TURNIAN . , ,
LEWVIS MOORE ....
MARY ANN RIDLEY..
NIARY IRENA TAYLOR
ROBERT ADAIR . .
ROBERT BRUCE .
BILLY LASHLILE ,.
...Editor in Chief
. . .Associate Editor
. , .Senior Editor
.,.... Club Editor
.. Sophomore Editor
.. Sports Editor
. . , .junior Editor
. . . . . . . .junior Editor
. . . .Advertising Manager
Associate Business Manager
MALVERN RAHRRR .
MRS. JEAN SMITH ..,. ....,...
DONNA CRAFT ..
BETTY LAWNRENCE . , .
DOT RUSSELL ,......
DOT DOTSON ...,...
ROGERLYNE PAYNE ,
FLOYD CULLOP ..,..
IRA LOGOINS . . .
Mlss SMITH ....
Associate Business Manager
. . . .Typist
. . . .Typist
, . . .Typist
. . . .Typist
. , . .Typist
. . . .Typist
. . , . .Artist
Not picturml: FLOYD CULLOP and IRA LOOGINS, Artists
THE TIGER STAFF
This is our record of the people here . . . the fun
we've had . . . and the Work we've done. With pride
we present 'THE TIGER of 1948. 4
YV e Wish to express our appreciation to other mem-
bers Of the student body and faculty who have CO-
Operated in the production of the annual, appearing
for the first time under the title, THE TIGER.
The Senior Class and TIGER stag of I9-18 dedicate this publication to Min.
Elbert F. Anderson, our beloved coach. It is our wish that his sturdiness of mind,
patient awareness, and rugged honesty become pei'n1,anently inteizuoven with
MR. YV. R. ROCHELLE
HOWARD ACUFF ..... Diversihecl Occupations
VIRGINIA ALLEY. ,.... ....... R eglstrar-Clerk
ELBERT F. ANDERSON .... ...., M alhemalics
. . . . .Mathematics
ROWENA B. ARNOLD ........, Social Sciences
HELEN PATE BAIN ,,.... .
YV. H. BROWN .,..
AILENE BURRIS. , ,
English and Speech
. .Home Economics
NIERRILL S. CARTER, History, Industrial Arts
YVALTER LEE CATHCART ,.......... .English
NIABEL C. CEARLEY. .Mathematics and Latin
EDNA DAVY ....
SUE DORRIS ..
Ross DOWDEN .,.,
LEOTA S. DRIVER.
BIARY DUNKERLEY, . . . , . ,
ORVILLE EARHEART .... .
JANE HARRIS ..4..
. . . .Librarian
. . . Vocal Music
. . . .English
.Art fFall Termj
. . . .English
. . . . . .Arithmetic
SARA WARD HETHER1Nc'roN ...,..., English
LEE HILLIS ..... . ....,. Instrumental Music
MILDRED HOLT. . ,History, Civics, Geography
MCBRYDE JONES .,.., Arithmetic and History
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LUCY JOSLIN . . . .....,.. English
MARGARET KERR ........ Health and History
.XDIQLAIDIE W. LYON 4,.,. English fFall Tcrnzj
LEWIS MAIDEN. ..,... English fSpring Terrnj
DOROTHY A. XICCLANAHAN Registrar, Clerk
JEAN NIIRANDA ..., ...Art fSjrring Terrnj
NIARY R. MITCHELL ...... History and Civics
MARY CECIL MORRISON .... .... C omrnerce
RIZBECCIA KIOSKOVITZ ,...., Bookkeeping and
FI.ORENCE RYAN .,.. .... I fistory
CHARLOTTE SANDERS 4 . . ..,. Mathematics
MARIE SNIITI-I .... English
IWARGARET SULLIVAN , . . , . . .Science
KATHERINE SWVIFT ..,. . .History
CALLIE JO XVAGGONER ., .... Health
ROBERT BRUCE ..
BILLY JAYNES 4 , ....
MILBREY NIATTOX , . .
CARL OWEN ...,....
ROBERT HENDRICKSON. ' .
. . . , . . .President
. . , Vice-President
, . . . .Secretary
. ..,. Treasurer
Sergeant at Arms
THESE- ARE THE SENIORS
Few of the dignified seniors of 1948 like to remember
Tuesday morning, September 8, 1942. We had all grad-
uated from neighboring grammar schools-Sylvan Park,
Cockrill, and Park Avenue- and felt very big. Soon this
illusion vanished completely. The feeling of smallness
in the enormity of the Cohn School auditorium cannot be
explained easily. We were assigned homerooms and
ordered to come back the next day.
On Wednesday our life as low sevens began. The main
problems we had were finding our classrooms and keeping
out of the way of the older students. We were very timid
children and looked at the seniors in fear. We were all
afraid they would see us do something wrong and render
deathly punishment upon us.
VVe completed our first year and began our eighth-
grade studies. The thrill of this second year was the
junior basketball tournaments. We were allowed to get
out of our sixth and seventh period classes for two days,
and very few of our class members neglected this oppor-
Our graduation from junior high school will always be
remembered in the history of our class. On Friday morn-
ing, June 8, 1945, we marched onto the stage and received
our diplomas from Mr. A. K. Smithson. At this time Mr.
Rochelle encouraged us to go on with our education and
not to accept this as completion. Several of our class
members left us then to take up technical training at
Our sophomore year presented something new at Cohn.
VVe were the first sophomore class to organize and raise
money. Billy jaynes was elected president, Robert Bruce,
vice-presidentg and Sue jordan and Dottie Russell as
secretary and treasurer, respectively. Miss Friel served
as our sponsor, and under her expert guidance we gave
a reception for the seniors in the library after graduation.
VVe got a taste of the work ahead of us as juniors when
we presented a variety show in the auditorium and a party
in the gym. This was the first year our football team
won the Interscholastic League trophy. Wife were espe-
cially proud of our president, Billy Jaynes, who was out-
standing in the backfield. V
VVhen we came back to school in the fall of 1946, we
felt the tingle of being juniors. Robert Bruce was
elected president, and he was assisted by Malvern Rahrer,
vice-presidentg Sue Jordan, secretaryg jane lfVright, treas-
urerg and William Raby, sergeant at arms. Before the
year was over, VVilliam left for the Army, and his office
remained unfilled for the rest of the year. Miss Sullivan
was elected our sponsor, and she struggled with us through
the year. These ofhcers led the class in their quest for
Early in the fall we ordered our rings and waited im-
patiently until they came in May. But we had plenty to
do while waiting-variety shows, gym parties, selling
cokes, popularity contests-anything to raise money for
the Prom. The date was set for Friday night, May 23,
and the Maxwell House Hotel was selected as the site of
the gala affair.
Once again the football team won the Interscholastic
trophy. At the beginning of the spring term five mem-
bers of our class-Billy Linebaugh, Bobbie Jean Red-
mond, jane Wright, Marie Giles, and Juanita Gibbons-
were elected to membership in the National Honor Society.
Finally the eventful night arrived after a day of deco-
rations and confusion. We could tell that it was a success
by the passing looks on the faces of the skeptical seniors.
This ended our junior activities, and we looked forward
to our senior year.
We began our final year by electing new officers. Rob-
ert Bruce was re-elected president, with Billy Jaynes as
vice-presidentg Milbrey Mattox, secretary, Billy Line-
baugh, treasurerg and Robert Hendrickson, sergeant at
arms. A new office was added this year, and Carl Owen
was elected chaplain. Miss Sullivan and Miss Hethering-
ton were elected as our sponsors.
Once again we had the privilege of starting something
new. Student participation in the government of the
school was put into effect, and our classmate, Billy Jaynes,
was elected speaker of the house or president of the
student body. Milbrey Mattox was elected congressional
clerk, second highest officer. Our speaker appointed Carl
Owen to serve as chaplain for the congress: and Gay Sat-
terwhite, jean Allen, Robert Bruce, and Billy Linebaugh
represented the senior homeroom. Betty Ann Hooper
and Bill Hawkins served as congressmen from the D. O.
The history of our class would not be complete with-
out a fitting tribute to Mr. Anderson, under whose lead-
ership and understanding the Cohn Tigers retired the
Banner Interscholastic League Trophy by winning it for
three years straight, thus giving us the championship.
The senior class is very proud of Maxie Runion and
Billy jaynes, co-captains of the team, as well as other
senior boys, who worked hard for their victories.
The year progressed until it was nearly over before we
were to face the reality of graduation with the coming of
our cards. May 19 was selected as Class Day, and we
busily made plans for it. We all loaded on the big
busses and were off for a day of fun.
A highlight of the year was the junior-Senior Prom.
It was held May 21 at the Maxwell House Hotel. The
dinner and dance were enjoyed and appreciated by all
of the seniors, because we remembered the work we had
gone through the year before.
Rehearsals which preceded graduation were for Miss
Sullivan and Miss Hetherington headaches and worries.
But no one was any prouder of us than they were when
we marched down the aisle on Friday, june 4, to receive
our diplomas. There were tears in our eyes as we left
the stage, for we had come to the parting of the ways
and we were going on-each to live his own separate
EMMA MAI ACKERMAN
Dramatic Club, '44-'47g Clarion
Staff, '47-'48g Student Congress,
'47-'48: Red Cross, '43, S. D. S.
DOROTHY ANNE BAIRD
Tennis Team, '44-'46g Basketball,
'44, Glee Club, '43-'44, Ensem-
ble, '46g Girl Reserves, '43-'45g
Wittiest Girl of Senior Class: D.
Cgub, '47-'48, T. and I. Club,
' -' 8.
JAMES ROBERT BRUCE
Dramatic Club, '44-'48, Vice-
President, '46, President, '47-'48:
N. F. L., '45-'48, Treasurer, '46,
Vice-President, '47-'48, Vice-Pres-
ident of Sophomore Classy Presi-
dent of Junior Class, President of
Senior Classy Member of Student
Council, Football, '46-'47g Base-
ball, '45-'48, Basketball, '46-'483
"C" Club, '45-'485 Class Orator
'483 Annual Staff, '48.
ROBERT LEE ADAIR
Band, '44-'48g Sykes Hi-Y, '45:
Dramatic Club, '47-'48: Bottoms
Up, '47g Ensemble, '47-'48, An-
nual Staff, '48, Football, '47, "C"
. ., ,'6-'83Gil e-
sigves, '45, Band, '45g D. O. '46-
Ensemble, '46-'47, D. O. Club,
'47-'48, T. and 1. Club, '47-'48.
ANN IVIARIE BURRUM
T. and I. Club, '47-'48, D. O.
ROBERT EUGENE CHANCE
JEAN INIARIE CRANDALL
Girl Reserves, '42-'44, Red Cross,
'42-'43, T. and I. Club, '46-'48,
Vice-President, '47-'48, Chorus,
'42-'43, D. 0. Club, '46-'48,
Basketball, '47-'48, Honor Soci-
ety, '47-'48, Clarion Staff, '47-'48,
Annual Staff, '47-'48, Intramural
Basketball Champions, '47,
' N ELLE DYER
Intramural Basketball Champi-
ons, '46, Intramural Basketball,
ihampions, '47, Glee Club, '44-
Glec Club, '44, Chorus, '45.
Baseball, '46-'47, Football, '44-
'47, "C" Club, Dramatic Club,
Ensemble, Octet, Quartet.
DOROTHY JEAN DOTSON
Latin Club, '44-'45, Spanish
Club, '46-'47, Girl Reserves, '46-
'47, Commercial Club, '46-'47,
Band, '42-'43, R. O. H., '46-'47i
Music Club, '46-'47, Girls' Glee
Club, '45-'47, Typing Certificate,
'46-'47, Annual Staff, '48, Clarion
Staff, '47-'48, Band Council, '47-
junior Girl Reserves, '44, Band,
DOROTHY FIELDS FRAZER
Dramatic Club, '44-'47, T. and I.
Club, '47, D. O. Club, '46-'48,
BETTY JUANITA GIBBON S
Girl Reserves, '42-'45, Secretary,
'44, Girl Scouts, '43-'44, Red
Cross, '42-'43, Clinic Staff, '44-
'45, Ensemble, '45-'46, Chorus,
'43-'46, Clarion Staff, '47-48,
Honor Society, '47-'48, Secretary.
'47-'48, T. and I. Club, '46-'48,
President, '47-'48, State Secretary,
'47-'48, D. O. Club, '46-'48.
ELLA MARIE GILES
Girl Reserves, '42-'433 Girl
Scouts, '43-'44, Red Cross, '43-
'44g Band, '44-'46, T. and I.
Club, '46-'48, Honor Society, '47-
'48, Treasurer, '47-'48, Annual
DONALD RAY HAMILTON
Basketball, '46, Hi-Y, '46, Vice-
President, '47, President '48,
lkiiost Bashful Boy, Clarion Staff,
Ensemble, '46-'48, Senior Chorus,
'45-'48, Office Staff, '47-'48,
Football, '47-'483 Basketball, '47-
'48g Baseball, '47-'48, Ensemble,
'47-'48, Boys' Quartet, '47-'483
Boys' Octet, '47-'48.
Glee Club, '44-'45, Office Staff,
'45-'46, Ensemble, '46-'-18: Clinic
Clarion Staff, '47-'48g Annual
Stall, '47-'48, Class Willmaker.
WILLIE MAI HARGIS
Clarion Staff, '47-'48,
WILLIAM BOYD HAWKINS
Band, '43-'46p Student Congress,
'47-'48, T, and I. Club, '46-'48,
D. O. Club, '46-'48.
INIARY FRANK HEWITT
Glee Club, '45-'46, D. O. Club,
'47-'48, T. and I. Club, '47-'48:
Dramatic Club, '47-'48, Red
BETTY ANN HOOPER
Band, '43-'47: Orchestra, '43-'47:
Student Council, '47-'48g T. and
I48CIub, '47-'48, D. 0. Club, '47-
jot-IN LEONARD HORN
Most Handsome Boy, Best-
Groomed Boy: "C" Club, '47,
Basketball, '46-'48, Football, '46-
Baseball, '46-'47, Glee Club,
D. O. Club, '47-'48, T. and I.
Club, '47-'48, Chorus, '45-'46,
Girl Reserves, '43-'45.
W ILLIAM MERRIWELL
Band, '43-'45, Orchestra, '43-'45,
Ensemble, '45-'48, President, '46,
Quartet, '44-'46, Octet, '47, Dra-
matic Club, '44-'48, Sykes Hi-Y,
'43-'47, Basketball, '43-'48, jun-
ior High, '43-'44, Tennis Team,
'45-'48, Baseball, '45-'48, Track
Team, '45, President of Sopho-
more Class, '46, President of Stu-
dent Council, '47-'48, Vice-Presi-
dent of Senior Class, "C" Club,
'44-'48, Annual Staff, '45, All-
State Chorus, '47.
D. O. Club, '47-'48, T. and I.
ZOLA ANTHONY LAW
Glee Club, '43-'45, Ensemble,
'45-'48, S. D. S. Club, '46-'48,
BOBBIE JEWEL HOUSE
Dramatic Club, '45-'48, Girl Re-
serves, '45, Band Majorette, '45-
'48: Clarion Staff, '47-'48, Annual
Staff, '47-'48, Red Cross, '45.
Band, '44-'46, Dramatic Club,
'46-'47, "C" Club, '47-'48, Cheer-
leader, '47-'48, Ensemble, '46-'48,
Orchestra, '44-'46, All-State Cho-
Dramatic Club, '46-'47, Girl Re-
serves, '44-'45, Senior High Cho-
rus, '45, Ensemble, '46-'48, Trio,
'47, Secretary of Sophomore Class,
'46, Secretary of junior Class, '47:
Attendant to Football Queen, '47,
Senior Cheerleader, '46-'47.
YVILLIAM VANCE LASHLEE
Football, '45-'47, Basketball, '44-
'48, Junior High, '44-'45, Golf,
'47-'48, Tennis Team, '47-'48,
Band, '43-'44, "C" Club, Sykes
Hi-Y, '42-'44, Prophet of Senior
Class, Annual Staif, '47-'48.
BETTY JEAN LAWRENCE
Red Cross, '45-'47, Red Cross
Treasurer, '46-'47, Glee Club,
'43, Annual Staff, '47-'48.
HATTIE MARIE LAWRENCE
D. O. Club, '47-'48, T. and I.
Club, '47-'4Sg Most Bashful Girl
in Senior Class.
D. O. Club, '47-'4,8g T. and I.
NANCY JEANETTE MCCRARY
Basketball, '44-'45g Queen of
:Ribble High, '45, S. D. S. Club,
Junior High Cheerleader.
NIILBREY DEAN MATTOX
Junior High Cheerleader, '44-
'45g Dramatic Club, '44-'46, Sec-
retary, '47-'48g Co-Director of
Junior Dramatic Club, '47-'4Sg
N. F. L., '46, Secretary, '47-'48:
Clarion Staff, '47-'48, Senior
Cheerleader, '47-'48: Secretary of
Senior Class, '48g Member of Stu-
dent Congress, Congressional
Clerk of Student Congress, Most
Striking Personality fGirlJg At-
tendant to Football Queen, '4S.
BILLY SUMPTER LINEBAUGH
Band, '43-'45, Sykes Hi-Y, '45,
President of Senior Hi-Yg Presi-
dent of Honor Societyg Treasurer
of Senior Classy Junior High Bas-
ketballg Senior Basketball, '47,
Football, '45-'483 Clarion Stag,
'47-'48g Tennis Team, '46-'48:
"C" Club, '46-'47g Ensemble, '47-
'48g Student Congress: Civitan
Medal, Annual Staff, '47-'48.
D. O. Club, '47-'48g T. and I.
MARTIN EDWARD MOSELEY
Band, '44-'483 Junior Hi-Y, Pres-
ident, '44-'45, Senior Hi-Y, '48,
Clarion Staff, '47-'48, Ensemble,
'47-'48, Golf Team, '47-'48: "C"
Club, '47-'48g Orchestra, '45-'46,
Junior Hi-Y, '42-'44, Senior Hi-
Y, '45-'46g Football, '46-'47, Glee
Club, '44, "B" Team, Football,
'46g "C" Club, '47,
DORIS SMITH MIMNIS
D. O. Club, '47-'48g Cheerleader,
'44-'46, T. and I. Club, '47-'48.
CARL NEWELL OWEN
B Team Basketball 46 47
Tennls Team 45 48 N F
46 47 Dramatrc Club 45 48
Chaplam of Student Congress
Chaplam of Semor Class Sykes
H1Y 44 45 C Club 47 8
Ensemble 47 48 Golf Team
MARIORIE MAE PHELAN
Dramatic Club 43 48 Red
Cross 43 44 Clarzon Staff
S D S Club 46 48 n
nual Staff 48
N ELLIE MAYE RAMSEY
Glee Club 44 48 Red Cross
44 I' and I Club 47 48
D O Club 47 48
TELMA GROVER Ross
Football 47' Basketball 46- 48'
Ensemble 46- 48' Chorus 44-
'45' Sykes Hi-Y 44- 45' Quartet
'47- 48' Octet 47- 48' All-State
Chorus 47' C Club 47-48.
DOROTHY PHELAN RUSSELL
Ensemble, '47-'48g Sophomore
Treasurerg Orchestra: Red Cross,
'43-'44g "C" Club, '47g Clarion
Staff, '47-'4Sg Dramatic Club, '43-
'48g Cheerleader, '473 S. D. S.
Club, '46-'48g Annual Staff, '48,
CLARA BETTY CORNELIA
O Club 46 48 'I and
Club 46 48
Sykes H1 Y 44 45 Vlce Presr
dent of Junror Class Vice Presx
dent of H1 Y 46 C Club 46
48 Football Manager 46 48
Basketball Manager 46 Played
Baseball 47 Manager Baseball
46 Most Studlous Boy
Semor H1gh Chorus 44 Ensem
ble 45 48 Clarwn Staff
Orchestra 46 Llbrary Staff
45 Annual Staff 47 48.
Football 44- 47' Basketball 44-
47' Tennis Team 46- 47' Base-
ball Team 46- 47' Sykes Hi-Y
42- 43' C Club -47' Best
All-Around Boy' Most Pleasing
BETTY Jo SANDERS
Library staff, '45-'46.
Football, '45-'47, Baseball, '47,
Red Cross, '44-'45, Library Staff,
'44-'45, Ensemble, '44-'47, Clari-
BOBBIE JEAN REDMOND
Honor Society, '48, Honor Roll,
'44-'48, Salutatorian, '48, Cohn
Medal: Most Studious Girl.
Sykes Hi-Y, '43-'45, Dramatic
Club, '46-'48, N. F. L., '47-'48,
Vice-President of Dramatic Club,
'47-'48, Most Dignified Boy of
Senior Class, President of Sykes
Orchestra, '44-'47, Dramatic Club,
'44-'47, Key Member, Co-Direc-
tor of Junior Dramatic Club, '48,
N. F. L., '47-'48, Honor Society,
'47-'48, Vice-President of Honor
Society, '48, Clarion Staff, '47-'48,
Treasurer of junior Class, '46-
'47, Most Dignified Girl of Senior
Class, Editor of Clarion, '48, Val-
edictorian of Senior Class, D. A.
R. Medal, Class Historian.
Girl Reserves, '44-'45, Dramatic
Club, '45-'48, N. F. L., '47-'48,
Student Congress, Clarion Staff,
'48, S. D. S. Club, '46-'48, An-
nual Staff, Most Courteous Girl
of Senior Class.
EMILY ANNE SIEGRIST
Attendant to Football Queen, '44,
All-Star Queen, '45, All-State
Chorus, '47, Dramatic Club, '44-
'48, Ensemble, '46-'48, Band Ma-
jorette, '44-'46, Cheerleader, '46-
'48, "C" Club, '46-'48, Football
Queen, '47, Annual Staff, '48,
Clarion Staff, '47-'48, Orchestra,
'44-'45, Best All-Around Girl,
Prettiest Girl of Senior Class.
MARIAN ESTELLE TRoxEL
Girl Reserves, '44-'45, Girl Scouts,
'44-'45, Band, '44-'48, Majorette,
'47-'48, Orchestra, '45-'48, JUIHOY
Illggh Cheerleader, Band Sponsor,
WILLIAM B. W1-uTsoN
Baseball, '47, Manager of Foot-
ball, '47, Sykes Hi-Y, '44-'46,
Basketball, '46, Clarion Staff, '46.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
N SMITH B1
JANE W RIGHT JEAN SMITH
Front Raw: JOHN TURNER. Poezg PATRICIA GLASSFORD, Willznakerg BILLY LASHLEE, Prophet
JANE YVRIGHT, Historian. Bark row: ROBERT BRUCE, Omtorg MARTIN XIOSELEY, Nluszczan.
ROBERT ADAIR ..
ROBERT BRUCE ..
BOBBY CHANCE ..
LOUIE DAVIDSON . . .
BILL HAXVKINS . . ,
JOHN HORN .........
DONALD HAMILTON ..
JAYNES . , .
LINEBAUGH , . .
JIMMY INIOSELEY . . .
T. G. Ross........
MALVERN RAHRER ,.
MAXIE RUNION ..
JAMES SANDERS ..
EMIVIA MAI ACKERMAN ....
JEAN ALLEN ........
DOROTHY BAIRD ..
BURRUM , .
ANN DODD ,.......
DOROTHY DOTSON . . .
NELLE DYER . ..,., ..
DOROTHY DURHAM ..
DOROTHY FRAZER . . .
GASSAWAY . .
MARIE GILES ........
YVILLIE MAI HARGIS..
BEVERLY HARRIS .....
MARY FRANK HEYVITT.
BARBARA HOLLAND ..
BOBBIE HOUSE ....
ARLYNE HUSS ..,.
ELISE HUFF ..
SUE JORDAN ......
HAZEI. KIRBY .....
BETTY LAYVRENCE ....
LOCKER . ,
PAULINE MARTIN ..
NANCY IVICCRARY . . . .
MARJORIE PHELAN . . .
NELLIE RAMSEY ....
DOROTHY RUSSELL ,.
BETTY Jo SANDERS...
GAY SA'I'1'ERWH1'l'E . . .
EMILY SIEGRIST ....
MIMMS . . .
JEAN SMITH .....
MARIAN TROXEL ..
JANE WRIGIIT .....,.
PATRICIA GLASSFORD .
LOLA LAW ..,.,... . . .
OFF THE RECORD SCRIPT
Broadway , .
Ole Davy ,..,
Little Dog Face ..,...
Duck . . .
Skeer . . .
Nebbles . . .
.laynie . .
Badeye . . .
Bo . ,,..
.Bill . . ,
.Mimmie . . .
Nub . .
Shakeyspear . .
Susie . , . .
Duchess . . .
Bairsus . , .
Shortie . .
.Jeanne . .
D. D. T.. . , ,
Baby Doll . ,
.Dot , . , . .
Dottie . . ,
Honey . .
Nita . .
.Ree . , .
Willie . . .
Wart . . .
Frankie . . .
Bunny , .
Tugar . . .
Dodgie . .
Dottie , .
Iudy . .
Pinochinose . .
Sweet Pea . .
.Smitty . . .
Pud . .
.Hun . ,
Pat . . .
Henry Morgan . . .
NO papers .....
Loretta . .
Eating . .
Rest . , . .
Girls . ,...
Miss Friel . .
Geometry . . .
Mary Jane ...,
Tennis . . .
Groceries ,. . . ,
Sleep ........ .
Money . .
Ruth . . .
January 29, 1948. ..
Eating and sleeping ..
Sonny , ...,.........
Third period lunch. . .
Bananas ........ . . . .
Eats .......... ......
Week ends in Waverly. ....
Dill pickles ........ ,
Dating and Dancing..
Car riding ,........
Parties and dancing. . .
To talk ..,. .
Going places , ...... .
Pickles and pop corn. .
Sleeping . ,..... . . . . .
Donald . ,
Merrill . . .
To eat . ..,........,...... .
Mrs. Burris' Home Economics.
Miss Friel's English .........
Eating . . ...,., . ,
Eating . .
Sleeping ,. . . ,.
Dates with Buck. ..
People ,..,..... ....
Music and dancing .... ...,
Writing letters ......
Classical Music . . .
Onions . ..,... . .
March of Time, . . .
N O Loretta ...,.
Energetic people . . .
No fun .,....,....,.
Crowded lunchrooms .
No money ...........
NO fun ....,.
Gettin' up ....,.
Going to work ....
No money ......
No Ruth ......
Working ,... . .
Student passes ..
Tilt ...,......, , .
Getting up and being hungry.
Staying home ........
Gettin' to school on time ......
Staying home ....,...
Staying home . . .
No eats .......
Staying home . . ,
.Writing essays ..
School . , . .
Gettin' up .. .
Snowy days ..,. ......
Gettin' up ..,,. ......
Bill being in the Navy. ...... .
Teachers who separate good
Being called Wart ....,
Not being able to go where
I want to go ...,...........
Waiting . . .
No Charlie ....
No Miss Friel .,
Having to wait ....
Gettin' up early ....
Reading books ....
Gettin' up early ....
No Dug .,.,...
No date nights .,,.
Gym class ......
Home Work .. .
School .... . . . . .
Classical music ....
English . .......... . .
Inefiiciency ......... .
Teachers who separate friends, .
Watch that stuff!
How many are there?
Catch a new one!
Did you see Davy?
Can't fight it.
I have to be Shovcling oil'
Shake it off!
Aw, quit it!
Is that right?
Aw, eat it up!
Whoop it up!
Got to practice.
Ye gods, Roy!
How much you want to bet?
Where's my socks, Nub?
Give me five Inore nickles
Is this a dagger?
Eat 'um up!
Sure, I'm sure.
Now, ain't that awful?
You don't say!
You don't say!
Betcha ten bucks!!
I don't know.
Is that nice?
Aw, go on!
Shake it off!
What you mean, jellybeana
Shut up, stupid!!
I don't know.
AW, shut up!!!
I know what you mean, jellybean!
Boy, you know it's so!!!
Got your English?
Oh, I thought I'd die!
Ain't that awful!
Well, that's nice!
I don't know!
I should care!
Most Beautiful Girl Best Groomed
EMILY SIEGRIST JOHN HORN
Most Handsome Boy SUE JORDON
Best All-Around Boy Witlicst
MAXIE RUNION DOROTHY BAIRD
Best All4Ar0und Girl BILLY LASHLEE
EMILY SIEGRIST '
Most Pleasing Persomzlily
Being the day before Senior Day, I decided to relax
and enjoy a game of golf. As I was sitting on the bench
waiting my tll1'11 to tee off, I noticed a feathery dandelion
dancing in the breeze. The white seeds reminded me of
our class grouped closely together, and as the wind blew
them away one by one over the greens and traps I realized
that our fellow classmates would be separated by our
professions and duties in life in the same way.
As the hrst tiny seed passed by it burst into a gay,
brightly colored spectacle which, to my profound amaze-
ment, seemed to be a carnival. Wonderingly I gazed at
the many colored tents and the glittering lights and cos-
tumes. All at once familiar voices came through the
hustle and bustle of the happy crowd. My eyes sud-
denly became Hxed upon a tall man talking rapidly
through a small microphone. Robert Bruce was urging
the people to come in and see the fearless jungle king
and lion tamer in action. This was none other than
Malvern Rahrer, the Tarzan of this day. As the people
made a mad rush to the entrance I happened to notice
the ticket seller. He was a bright-faced, redheaded chap
whom I finally recognized as Carl Owen. I sauntered
along, and as my gaze moved upward I saw the most
daring exhibition ever performed on the high wires.
There, swinging in the air, were two of my classmates,
Louie Davidson and Dorothy Baird. Louie was standing
on his head on this slender pole with no net, and Dorothy
was swinging by her teeth.
As this scene passed from my view, I found myself
seated in a huge football stadium. The preliminary game
was between the only two girls' teams in the world. One
of these was composed entirely of former Cohn students.
As I read their positions from end to end, they' were:
Left end, Helen Seagravesg left tackle. Ann Burrumg left
guard, lfVillie Mai Hargisg center, Pauline Marting right
guard, Betty Payne, right tackle, Hazel Kirbyg right end,
Dorothy Dotson. The backfield was composed of Sue
Armstrong, tailbackg Betty jo Sanders, fullbackg Betty
Hooper. blocking backg jean Crandallg wingback. They
won easily over the opposing team, ninety-nine to two.
The feature game was between two teams picked from
all-time "greats" Through snatches of conversation
around me I learned that those two stalwarts who made
history when we were in high school were members of
this star-studded squad. I hurriedly glanced at my
program, and there in black letters they were-Maxie
Runion and Billy Jaynes, each with a star by his name.
Neither of them made an entrance until the late stages
of the game. Finally I glanced up and saw them making
a brilliant dash down the field. Maxie was carrying a
water bucket, and -Iaynie was loaded down with nice
white towels and a first-aid kit.
I pushed my way to the exit of the stadium, and there,
standing in the late afternoon sunlight, were Billy Whit-
son and T. G. Ross, selling the pennants and colors of
the two teams.
After this passed from sight, I found myself on a
busy street of a thriving metropolis. One particular shop
on this street caught my eye. It was a tiny place, but
business was good, I surmised, from the endless stream
of customers. The sign particularly interested me as I
noticed the names, ALLEN, RUSSELL AND PHELAN,
advertising "Togs for Tiny Totsf'
Upon inquiring into this business, I found that four
of their best customers were Mesdames Zola Law, Doris
Mimms, Bobbie jean Smith, and Dorothy Frazer, who
had by now settled down to married life, and each had
In the background my gaze followed and settled upon
a huge billboard with three familiar faces. They were
Sue Jordan, Emily Seigrist, and Arleen Huss. Under
these well-known smiles was a little ditty, "Don't die, try
a pie and sigh." Of course it was an ad for Siegrist's
At a little distance up the street was a huge department
store under the proprietorship of Ann Dodd, Gay Satter-
white, and Milbrey Mattox. They owned a chain of
stores from New York to San Francisco. Through them
I learned that jane Wright was a fashion editor with
the company and was in Paris at the- time speculating
on the latest fashions. Also in the employment of this
company were Beverly Harris, Barbara Holland, Bobbie
jewel House, and Marjorie Ridley as buyers and secre-
taries. Other Cohnites served as models in the various
stores across the country. They were Nell Dyer, Alice
Locker, and Marie Lawrence, all of whom were very
As this passed out of my sight small scenes danced
swiftly through my mind.
Robert Adair had sucessfully succeeded Mr. Carter and
had brought about the outlawing of the use of tobacco
in Tennessee. His chief enemies in this light to make
Tennessee tobaccoless were "Blackjack" Bob Hendrickson
and "Badeye" Bill Lashlee. These two had set up a
hugh tobacco business by running tobacco from the
"smoky states" into Tennessee.
Bobby Chance was the owner of a chain of garages
throughout the South.
Malcolm Cart and jimmy Moseley had a new method
of delivering papers on many routes at the same time.
They used autogyros for quick delivery.
Faye Bruce was a second Madam Curie and had dis-
covered many new drugs which aided medical science.
Juanita Gibbons and Marie Giles were tellers in the
well-known Bank of New York.
Betty Lawrence, Patricia Glassford. and Nancy McCrary
had pursued the teaching profession. Betty and Patricia
were teaching at their old Alma Mater, Cohn, and Nancy
was a member of the Vanderbilt faculty.
Jimmy Almons and Bill Hawkins now owned their own
funeral home and had proven to be successful students
of mortuary science.
Johnny Horn owned a small stand on Fifth Avenue, and
he performed his feats of magic for passers-by.
Arnold Dugan and Donald Hamilton owned a chain
of grocery stores which equaled the well-known A. and P.
Emma Mai Ackerman and Mary Frank Hewitt owned
a pet shop in a small southern town. They sold every-
thing from alligators to kangaroos.
Marion Troxel ran a beauty salon in the Waldorf-
Astoria. Her manicurist was Dorothy Durham.
The scene changes here and we Hnd Mary Gassaway
and Elise Huff raising chickens on a huge ranch in the
Milton johnson and james QRassyj Sanders owned a
Pan-American trucking line.
john Turner was the great poet of his day. His name
was sure to go down in history.
Billy Mattox owned a horse ranch in Wyoming.
Martin Moseley was a musician in one of the popular
bands of the time, and Billy Linebaugh was a chemical
engineer in our own home town. '
just then I heard my name called, stepped up on the
tee, and lined my ball two hundred and fifty yards down
RICHARD HUNTER ..
CLESSIE VINSON ....
JOHN CROCKER ,.,..
. . . , . . .President
. . . Vice-President
.. . . . ,Secretary
. . . . . . .Treasurer
Sergeant at Arms
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Seazerl, front raw, Iefl to I-ight--IMOGENE BIANSFIIELD, FLOYD CULLOP, JIMBIY SANDERS, EVA
SIIAVER. Back 1-ow-WILIYIA RAINEY, ANITA FORREST, ELLA NIAI ETIIRIDGE, BISTSY FULLER,
'BETTY RUTH CUZZORT.
Back ww-HAROLD YVILLIANIS, BETTY SPEIGI-IT, JEAN XVALDEN, TH1-:LMA DAUGHERTY, GENEVA
PRATT, HAROLD CIYIAAIBERS. Front row-DILLARD PUCKIZTT, BILLY GILLESPIE, HARVEY BUR-
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Back row-R. K. GANN, TOMMY KEEN, JERRY LUTHER, ED COLLINS. Second 1'0w-MARY ANN
RIDLEY, EVELYN CURD, YVANDA PIONEYCUTT, CLARICE TOOMES. Seated-BERT KELLERI-IALS,
First row-DENNIS FRIZZELL, JOHN LAXVRENCE. Second TOZU-PEGGY DALTON, EVELYN ROW-
LETIE, JOYCE RAINES, DOT GRAVES. Third row-RONDALE BASKETT, ROBERT NIORRISON, JOE
THE UNIOR CLASS
Back YOZU-ROBERT MILLS, DONALD TAYLOR, JAIVIES SANDERS, JAMES GRIMES, YVALTER ESTES.
Front I-ow-DORIS GEORGE, ROGERLENE PAYNE, JEAN ROBINSON, JO ANNE NEELY.
First row-BETTY JO LEIGH, LAWSON HARDWVICK, BILLY SADLER, CHARLES SCHULMAN, VIRGINIA
RICE. Second row--MARY CATHERINE NICNIILLAN, BETTY VAUGHN, CHRISTINE WHITFIELD,
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Front 'row-BETTY JEAN HORNAL, BETTY CARTER, BOBBYE DRAUGHON. Back T010-DONNA
CRAFT, JAN BROYVN. BETTY BARNES, JOAN BLACK. DORIS DEMOSS, FRANCES BRACEY.
Seated, left to right, first row-James
Wilson, Audrey Fleming, Sue Kelly,
Betty Fuller, Helen Barish, Sewell
Second row-June Hall, Dottie Green
Third row-David Greer, Maxine Ful-
ler, Nancy Vickery, Helen Wienke,
Donna Sanders, Bobby Davidson, Nel-
lie Chisam, James Bayne.
Fourth row-Lionel Wvatkins, Mary
Mfeatherby, Elizabeth Lawrence, Edna
Sweeney, Marilyn Reynolds, Loretta
Overby, Faye Fleming, Betty Bowling,
jean Morris, Charles Sadler.
Fifth row-Gordon Kent, Billy Bowers,
Billy Morrison, Henry Nichols, Bobby
Burroughs, Elliott Kestner, Nancy
Bernard, Jinimey Kirby.
Seated, left to right, first row-Ralph
Farrel, Georgia Young, Jo Ann Wil-
liams, Norma Hooper, Kathleen Hunt,
Frances Ann Tyler, joan Dotson, Al-
Second row-jack Lamb, Betty Lon
Moore, Martha Sells, Sophie Schwein-
ing, Frances Foster, Betty Sue Dyer,
Ruth Lancaster, Georgia Lewis, Eu-
nice Robertson, W. R. Spears.
Third row-William Hutchinson, Mary
Louise Robertson, Louise Martin, Bar-
bara Lawrence, Billie Dye, Hattie Ral-
Fourth row-Tommy McMillan, Mary
Louise Sadler, Barbara Robeson, Nel-
lie Mai Sullivan, Dorothy Floyd, Peggy
Gailey, Mary Sue West, Martha
Hutchinson, Eugene Black.
Fifth row-Lewis Moore, Charles Dix-
on, Shirley McPherson, Bobbie Arm-
strong, Eloise Miller, Betty Cuzzort,
Romona Watkins, Joan Owen, Ruby
Standing-Rebecca Bruce, Ann Barnes,
jo Ann Hendricks, jo Ann Brittain,
Mona Burt, Mattie Sue Crocker, Mary
Sixth row - Bobby Bush, jimmy
Greene, Barbara Murray, Gail Radar,
jean Vick, Dorothy Reed, Mary Leigh,
Nell Gassaway, joan Smith, Doug
Standing-Bruce Vickery, Richard
Pharris, Billy Singleton, Jacob Haffner,
Keith Oliphant, Ira Chandler, Homer
Coggin, James Felts, Burton Booth,
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
Left to right, first row-Myra Goins,
Dorsey Ferrell, Dorothy Smith, Bar-
bara King, Ann Dozier, Joyce Osburn,
Margie Brown, Julia Hutcheson, Mary
Ann Sills, Lorraine Stringfellow, Ann
Mishler, Ida Hoyal, Martha Dishncr,
Helen Bass, Juanita Arnold, Bonnie
Wallace, Viola Sullivan, Evelyn Sny-
Second row-Jenann Pedigo, Mary
Jane Hunt, Treva Oakley, Jimmie Lee
Noland, Jean Duke, Joyce McDowell,
Joyce Bell, Joyce Evans, Mattie Belle
Ramsey, Nancy Rahrer, Mildred VVil-
liams, Dorothy Brooks, Corrine Tur-
man, Dean Wallace, Jean White, Marie
Lester, Helen Martin, Claudine Ham-
ilton, Ruth Pittman, Sarah Hughes,
Martha Hyams, Beulah Marsh.
Third row-Betty Lamb, Patricia YVor-
thy, Anita VVolfe, Jackie Robeson, Na-
cmi Mfebb, Joy Ballew, Peggy Edmond-
son, Lorine Goodman, Barbara Allen,
James Burgess, Mary Gupton, Janice
Castleberry, Jimmy Bates, Charles
Hamilton, Billy Scott, Howard XVhit-
Fourth row-June Demonbreun, Shir-
ley Hall, Billie Teeple, Helen Eth-
ridge, Mary Taylor, Daisy Lee, Betty
McGrady, Dorothy Clary, Albert Bush,
Billy Bales, Raymond Reynolds, Billy
Barnes, Lewis Brown, Mfilliam Long-
worth, Dicky Hunt, Thomas Snoddy.
Fifth row-Mary lfVarf, Betty Marie
Owen, June Gillespie, Margaret Hol-
land, Faye Overton, Bobby Bates, Ella
Pope, Lois llfinkler, Charles Felts,
Charlie Strong, Billy Hartman, Rich-
ard Johnson, Billy McNeely, Robert
Hill, Richard Dudney, Thomas Wal-
ler, J. B. Vaughn.
Sixth 'row-Bobby Story, Doris Smith,
Lilly Murphy, Jack Matthews, Du-
ward Lawson, Billy Demonbreun, Don-
ald Howser, Jack Holland, Charles
Johnson, Charles Lavender, Curtis
Martin, Scott Pickens, John Burham.
Seventh row-Dorothy Stevens, Paula
Holt, Jo Anne Hasty, Hales Carlisle,
Lee Langford, Doris Foster, Bobby
Plant, Billy Hinson, Ira Loggins, Collin
Dugan, Doris Luckett, Jerry McCord.
T O P
Seated Iieft to rightj, first row-Albert Gar-
vin, Ansel Stuart, Bobby Grimes, James Ed-
wards, G. T. Appleton, Jimmy Dunlap,
Charles Adler, Ray Graves, Hillard Inman,
Elmore Hannah, Hampton Mason, Roy
Smithson. Second row-Billy Smith, Ronnie
Mfood, Lloyd Mayberry, Douglas Betty, Carl
Ed Teal, Buddy Hickman, Preston Daniels,
Harold Mitchell, Jack Lomax, Bobby Whit-
son, Billy Reeves, Earl Tidwell, Jack Garner,
Fred Cullop, Jimmy Sager, Sammy Cox,
Talmadge Smith, Buddy Bayne. Third row
-Don Wrye, Clark DeLashmitt, Virginia
Biggs, Dorothy Demonbruen, Frances Row-
lette, Jimmy Draper, James Cornwall, Sue
Wall, Robert Daugherty, Dorothy Ragan,
Lovell Ragland, Mary Biggs, Margaret Crow-
ell. Fourth row-Mabel Hinson, Carolyn
Campbell, Dorothy Fitzgerald, Jeanette Va-
den, Doris Knowles, Henri Etta Estes, Agnes
Vick, Ann Fleming, Dorothy Thompson, Ju-
lia Sensing, Lois Murphy, Julia Thomas,
Thomas Morris, George Curry, Richard
Pratt, Frankie Ackerman. Fifth row-Bobby
Crouch, Faye Woods, Mildred Longworth,
Wilma Holton, Dorothy Tomes, Mamie
Kinslow, Mary Nell Tyler, Barbara Burns,
Anna Belle McNiel, Jim Robinson, Louise
Ethridge, Dorothy Coleman. Sixth row-
Ray Arnold, Agnes Lashlee, Betty Appleby,
Betty Lou Anderson, Robert Hill, Christine
Stockton, Patil Jorden, Carl Hinson, Nancy
Lewis, James Dishman, Joanne Polk, Ray
Scott, William Tweedy, Bobby 'Wall, Billy
Pashal, Carolyn Horton. Seventh row-Clair
Bess, Wayne Jakes, Jimmy Lawson, Joe Sad-
ler, Edward Doss. YVylie Sensing, Dorothy
Brooks, Devona De Graffenreid, Lorine
Smith, Edward Brown, Sarah McWright,
Sadie Givens, Ray Corbitt, Buddy Stockdale,
Lou Hooper, Roy Foster, Ruth VVilkerson.
Eighth vow-Carol Nokes, Malvin O'Riley,
George Hayes, Jimmy Hudgens, Tommy
Duffel, Billy Slack. Ninth row-James Braz-
zell, Shirley Black, Doris Brooks, Frank
l-lawks, Tommy Greene, Paschal Giles, Billy
lNoodside, Billy Elmore, Floyd Batey, Wil-
liam Brooks, Harry Baird, George Walker,
Bobby Davidson, Sterlin Hutchison, Donald
lf-Iatley, Paul Tripp, Richard Forehand.
Seated tleft to rightj, hrs! row-Dorris
Barnes, Jack Carter, Mitchell Givens, Charles
lNallace, Edward Counter, Buddy Baync,
Tommy Duffel, Jimmy Dunlap, Charles Ad-
ler, Hershel West, Joe Terry. Second row-
Harold Crocker, Donald Hedgepath, Leland
Soyars, Bobby Reese, Joe Murray, Betty Jo
Alvin, Dean Burns, Clara Cantrell, Jean
Lewis, Jean Sartain. Standing, third row
int extreme righ-tj-John Herron, Marguerite
Felts, Kathryn McCullom, Ann Sullivan.
Fourth row-Robert Roland, Robin Bart-
lette, Norma Smith, Shirley Milligan, Shirley
Muller, Carolyn Jaynes, Mary Jo Carlisle,
Ann Clopton, Almeda Wall, Geraldine
Thompson, Sylvia Barrish, Dorothy Barnes,
Mayrene Stokes, W'ilda Cagle, Anne Ella
Poe. Fifth row-Loretta Hooper, Jane Ma-
riwell, Inez Curtis, Rosalind Dowd, Mary
Dorsey, Geneva McWhirter, Carolyn Hirsh-
brunner, Clara Armstrong, Dickey Bracey,
Dorris Sharber, John Ernest Green, Geral-
dine Shaver, Barbara Marable. Sixth row-
Iames Fentress, Kenneth Shaver, Buddy Hud-
gins, Cornelia Dillard, Joyce Hudgens, Elise
Robertson, Julia Crisp, Dorothy Estes, Betty
Lou Anderson, Virgie Harvillc, Betty Ann
Johnson, Peggy Ladd, Kay Toombs, Marion
Rucker, Judy Parnell. Seventh row-Fran-
cis Rochelle, Edward McWhirter, Donald
Rucker, Rita Beecham, Nola Mai Warren,
Jane Moore, Marjorie Wilkerson, Martha
Hatchett, Juanita Hix, Barbara Taylor, Peg-
gy Joyce Hooper, Joan Johnson, Rita Crow-
ell, Virginia Jones, Geraldine Shaver, Martha
Rice, Charles Wright, Eighth row-Hugh
March, Charles Lawrence, Carolyn Nickols,
Kathryn Moore, Irene Mack, Jo Ann Polk,
Shirley Higgins, Lynn Vickery, Mary Jo
Maples, Shirley Austin, Viola Scoggins, Wil-
ma Tanner, Rachel Collins, Faye Perkins.
Ninth row-William White, Charles Felts,
Evelyn Reding, June Finch, Cena Toy, Anita
Vineyard, Frances Butler, Mattie Lou Wil-
liarns, Claude King, Frank Morris, Jerry
Horne, Pat Gentry, Royce Dozier, Bobby
THE EIGHTH GR
J THE SEVENTH
ora Jean Barnes
llary Jane Berlin
Betty Ann Berry
Yorma Jean Black
i uth Burgess
lizabeth Christine Cook
artha Ann Crowell
Joris Jean Denton
illy Jo Edgin
Betty Jean Elmore
'ola Mai Fergerson
1 ancy Fitzgerald
Sarah Mai Henry
Anne Marie Hiland
Rosie May Hudgens
Peggy Sue Krantz
Peggy Ann Martin
Mary Frank Mulloy
Betty Sue Smith
Bobbie Jean Spray
Jo Evelyn Stanhll
Jennie Bell Trice
Bonnie Sue Wvolfe
Mary Sue VVright
H. S. Flemming
Billy Joe Higgason
H. C. Hill
Walter P. Johnson
Bobby Ray Mathis
Herman Raymer, Jr
J. C. Spencer
L. J. Vaughn
Charles Edward Vearh
NV. D. lNalker
1, Bobbie Jewell House . . . 2. Malvern Rahrei' . . . 3. Marjorie Phelan. . . . 4. Beverly Harris . . . 5. Sue jordan
6. Nancy janet McCrary . . . 7. Marjorie Ridley . . . 8. jean Allen . . . 9. Billy Linebaugh . . . 10. Ann Dodd
ll. Bobbie jean Smith.
BILLY JAYNES ..., ........... . Speaker
NTILBREY lNlATTOX .... . . Congressional Clerk
PEGGY DALTON , . , ........,. Secretary
LEYVIS NIOORE .... .....,... T reasuref
Claudie PHILLIPS. . , . . .Sergeant at Arms
CARL OYVEN .. ,....... Chaplain
BILLY SADLER . , . . Prwliamentarian
First row-Claurlie Phillips, Billy Sadler, Peggy Dalton, Billy jaynes, Milbrey Matrox,
Barbara Lawrence, Edna Sweeney, Myra Goins. Third row-Billy Lineb xugh, jean Allen,
Bernard, Dennis Frizzell, Mary Catherine McMillan, Carolyn Campbell, Beyerly Greene.
Bruce, Billy Kinslow, Billy Harbison, Alfred Turnian. Fifth 'row-lNI1rylrena Taylor,
man, Freddie Hill, Sammie Cox, Charles Schulman, Mary Frank Malone.
Lewis Moore, Carl Owen. Serond raw-Sue Wall,
Gay Satrerwhile, Dorothy Floyd, Lois Winkler, Nancy
Fourth r0w'Allen YVolf, Eldridge Binkley, Robert
Sophie Sehweining, Mary Anne Ridley, Corrine Tur-
COHN SENIOR HI-Y
First row-Martin Moseley, Robert Morrison, Christine Whitfield, Bert Kellerhals, Donald Hamilton. Second
row-Betty Vaughn, jean Walton, Mary Catherine McMillan, Dennis Frizzell, Mr. Carter Csponsorj. Third
row-Billy Linebaugh, W'a1ter Gillespie, Billy Harbison.
First row-Marlan O'Riley, Monte Marablc, Mr. Cathcnrt Csponsorj. Second row-Tommy McMillan, W. R.
Spears, Lewis Moore, Alfred Turman.
Sergeant at Arms
W. R. SPEARS
Sergeant at Arms
Front row, left to right-Billy Linebaugh, Marie Giles, jane Yvright, Juanita Gibbons. Back raw-Mary Ann
Ridley, Miss Sara W. Hetherington, Miss Mary Cecil Morrison, Lillie Sullivan, Charles Schulman, Marie Law-
rance, jean Smith, Miss Margaret Sullivan, Donna Craft, Mrs. Leota Driver, Ann Dodd, Mr. W. R. Rochelle,
Seated, left to right-Beverly Grccn, liilccn Goncc, Ann Dozier, Babs King, Barbara Pearce, Imogene Mc-
Mahan. Standing-Joyce McDowell, Mary jane Berlin, jean Duke, Shirley Muller, Barbara Gray, Miss Farrar
At the beginning of the spring term the Boys' Octet was leduced to thc Boys' Septet by the graduation of
Louie Davidson. This group has performed at numerous high schools and functions of local civic organizations.
The Septet usually performs in conjunction with the Ensemble, but it is often invited to present an individual
Left lo right, slzmding-Miss Vklaggoner, Health Counselor, Betty Lou Anderson, Sylvia Barish, Almcda Wall,
Elizabeth Ann Maples, Peggy Hooper, Doris Brooks, Anita Wolf, Evelyn Foxhall, Joyce McDowell, Mrs. Margaret
Higgins, School Nurse. Seated-Jean White, Collene Lawson, Robbie McGill.
Left to right-Richard
Hunter, Billy jaynes
Robert Hendrickson, T
G. Ross, Ed Collins
Claudio Phillips, Billy
SU li A RMTRONG
T 81 I CLUB
Back row, left to right-Howard Acuff, Co-ordinatorg Maston Weatherly, Donald Sawyer, Marie Giles, Marie
Lawrence, Elise Huff, Joan Black, Betty Carter, Dorothy Baird, Doris Smith Mimms, Ann Burrum, Hazel
Kirby, Dorothy Frazer, Harold Elkins, Bill Hawkins. Front 'row-Donna Craft, Bobbie Draughon, Juanita
Gibbons, Betty Hooper, Alice Locker, Jean Crandall, Sue Armstrong, Pauline Martin. Betty Payne.
FALL AND SPRING
Sealffrl, left lo- right-Geneva Pratt, Barbara Holland, Betty Bowling, Miss McClanahan, Secretary, Frances
Bracey. Slamlmg-Beverly Harris, Nanry Bernard, Betty Vaughn, lean Brown, Betty lean Hornal, Ann Barnes,
Dean Wallace, Corrine Turman, Eunice Robertson, Becky Bruce. Absent-Mary Ann Ridley, Sammie Jean
Ackerman, Edna Sweeney.
Present-Dorothy Barn-es, Joyce Bell, Mary jo Carlisle, Cornell Dillard, Ann Dozier, jean Duke, Valeria Dye,
Dorothy Fitzgerald, Ann Fleming, Martha Hatchett, Loretta Hooper, jane Maxwell, Shirley Milligan, Betty Lou
Moore, ,Io Ann Moore, Carolyn Nichols, Fay Perkins, Jo Ann Polk, Mary Robertson, Dorothy Rowlett, Sophie
Schweining, Billy Teeple, Mary Timbs, Sue lNall, Patricia N'Vo1'thy, Miss Sue Dorris, Librarian. Absent-Bobbie
Bates, joy Beecham, Wilma Hawks, Loretta Overby, Betty Marie Owen, Dorothy Toms, Jean Vick.
Back row, standing, left to
right-john Turner, Miss
Rebecca Moskovitz, Business
Manager: Miss Sara Ward
Hetheringtorr, Faculty Advis-
or, XV. R. Spears, Patricia
Glassford, Willie Mai Hargis,
Alfred Turman, Robert Mor-
rison, Gay Satterwhite, Martin
Moseley, Sophie Schweining,
Dottie Floyd, Emily Siegrist.
Second row, seated - Floyd
Cullop, Donald Hamilton,
Mary Taylor, Lewis Moore,
Helen Seagraves, Peggy Dal-
ton, Jane Wright, Editor:
Virginia Rice, Co-Editorg Dot
Dotson, Nellie Sullivan, Jean
Allen, Dottie Russell, Margie
Phelan, First row, seaIed4
Bobbie jewel House, Dennis
Friuell, Shirley Milligan, Ann
Dodd, Sammie Ackerman,
Milbrey Mattox, Marjorie
Left Zu right-Milbrey Mattox, Arlyne Huss, Clarice Toombs, Marilyn Reynolds, Emily Siegrist, C0-Captaing
jo Anne Richardson, Co-Captaing Sue Jordan, jo Ann Neely, Betty Bowling. Mrs. Robert Dunkerley, sponsor,
Left to 'fight-Christine Pugh, Betty Ann Fuller, Ann Fleming, Homer Coggin, Donald Hawser, Dorothy
Thompson, Helen Wienke, Donna Sanders. Mrs. Robert Dunkerley, sponsor.
COHN HIGH SCHOOL BAND
Scaled Jef! to iight jo Ann Neely Betty Cuuort Helen Barish Mary Louise Sadler Dorothy Floyd Martin Mosley Ann Doiicr
M irthi Ann Dishner Jean Morris jackie Robeson Eugene Black Shirley McPherson Sammy Cox Robert Adair Lawson Hrirdwuk
Rarnoni VV1tk1ns john Hawkins jo Ann johnson Joyce Rains Loretta Owerby Jo Ann YVIIIVIIHS M1r1l5n Reynolds Birbxri
Robeson jon Owen Robert Rolind Joe Davis Collin Dugan Dorothy Dotson Stanrlmg Varian Troxel 1-dm Sweeney Bobby
Jewell House Mary Ann Ridley Cliude King Lee Hillis jr QD1rertorj jimes Draper A11SClSlEWV'lYI Scott Pickms George Knight
Bobby Burroughs Don Moore Bert Kellerhals Billy Harbison James Ingram Charles Berlin
COHN HIGH ENSEMBLE
'1 lie Cohn Fnsemble under the dllcction of Ross Dowden is 1 very popular ioilp lh s forty xoice choi us h is 'zppesncd mxny
times since 1946 it business 'ind professional meetings. It has furnished muth pleasure for our student body at auditorium periods
and in evening concerts, These gifted voices have gone afar in radio programs and in clrurch services.
BILLY JAYNES ,........,.... ,... .,..,..,.. P 1 -csident
ARLYNE HUSS .....,.,.......,.....,,.,..., Secretary
T. G. ROSS .,..................,.......... T1'easu'rer
BILLY LINEBAUGH ................ Publicity Director
DOROTHY RUSSELL .....,.,...... Wardrobe Mmzaffcr
Back mu, left to 'right-Marjorie Ridley Barbara Holland Beverly Harris, Rondalc Baskettu, Bill Hurbison Bruce Vickrey Martin
Moseley Charles Pelts, jean Morris Mary Katheryn NIcMillian, jean Mclilhiney Edna Sweeney. Second row-Ann Barnes Virginia
Rice Christine Mlhitfield, Joyce Rains Robert Adair Robert Hendrickson Carl Owen, Lawson Hardwick Claudie Phillips Loretta
Overby Clarice Toombs Nancy Bernard. First row-Ross Dowden fflirectorj Ariyne Huss Peggy Dalton jean Redmond Smith
Billy Linebaugh Richard Hunter Ed Collins T. G. Ross Billy Jaynes Sue Jordon Dorothy Russell Meiba Glass R1inon1 Yvatkins.
Emily Sicgrist CXcfompanistj.
JOHN TURNER . . .
ROBERT BRUCE . .
CARL OWEN ....,.
. . . . . .President
. . . Vice-President
. . ,.... Secretary
. . .Sergeant at Arms
'ihe highest number of new members was brought into the League this year, the total being twenty-one.
The rule was also passed that each new member must study and participate in debate.
This chapter has sponsored two tournaments this year.
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1- rs! ww Iefl to right-Mrs. Helen Bain, directorg Carl Owen, Milbrey Mattox, John Turner, Clarice Toombs, Robert Bruce.
Strand row Jean Vick, Christine Whitfield, Joan Williams, Sammie Ackerman, Billy Sadler, Gay Satterwhite, Dorothy Floyd, Loretta
Oxerby Ldna Sweeney, jane W'right. Third row-Geneva Pratt, David Greer, Dennis Frizzell, Charles Schulman, W. R. Spears,
Juanita Brown, Marilyn Reynolds, Robert Morrison, Billy Harbison, Dorothy Clary, Mary Jane Hunt, Ida Hoyal, Barbara Lawrence
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Sergeant at Arms
Hack raw Bert Kclltrhals Dillard Putkttt Louie Davidson Beulah Marsh Robert Morrxson No1maJtan White Becky Bruce Mary Irena
Taylor Jane Wrlght Next to back row Bobby Adair Joyce Rams Nlelba Glass Barbara Lawrence Brlly Jaynes Dottre Russell Margre
Phelan Jean Vlck Lcurse Nlartm Frances Bracey John Lawrence Ida Hoyal Dalsy Mar Lee Lo1s Wmkler Joyce Osburne Mary Jane Hunt
Juamta Brown Vext to front rou Bxlly Sadler Arlyne Huss Dorothy Floyd Barbara Brxtam Jrmmre Nolan Helen Barrsh Jo Ann Wrl
llama Mary Lelgh Lxelyn Curd Wanda Lou Honeycutt Margre Brown Mattre Belle Ramsey Treva Oakley Brlly Scott Front row
Bobbrc House Mary W1ll1e Warf Jean Allen John Turner Mrlbrey Mattox Robert Bruce Gay Sattervmhlte Carl Owen Clarnce Toombs
Sammle Ackerman Julra Hutchmson Geneva Pratt Mrs Barn Dlrector
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Back row-lane Wright QCO-Sponsorj, joe Sadler, Barbara Taylor, Robert Threet, Dorothy Christensen, Mary Nell Tyler, Hampton
Mason, Milbrey Mattox QCD-SDOUSOTJ. Second row-Margaret Fleming, Nola Ferguson, Gloria Pratt, Juanita Vick, Joyce Sensing,
Peggy Hunt. First row-Elizabeth Cook, Shirley Black, Dorothy Thompson, Ann Fleming, Sue Hall,
SHLRLEY BLACK . A .,.... President
ELIZABETH COOK . . . . . .Vice-President
ANN FLEMING . . . ......,... Treasurer
SUE WALL ...,.......,. .... S ergeant at Arms
DOROTHY THOMPSON .... , . .Program Chairman
UPAPPA IS ALL" - comedy in three acts- is the story of a Pennsylvania family who live on a farm. Mr. Aukamp, the father CRobert
Brucej rules his family with an "iron hand." He dictates to his son jake QCarl Owenj, and daughter Emma fGay Satterwhitej, and his meek
and gentle wife CClarice Toomhsy. ,
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Others in the cast were Alfred Turman and Loretta Overby.
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By JOHN Busts
Nashville Termessemz Sporls IIf"rilf:1'
Cohn Class of 1944
Continuing to hold the upper hand in the
Interscholastic Football League, Cohn's Tigers
sykrocketed to their third consecutive champion-
ship in 1947, an accomplishment unparalleled
in the history of Nashville high school athletics.
The wounded Tigers, licking injuries suffered
throughout the school's infancy, challenged the
best teams in the city and state last year, and
they lost only one game in ten encounters.
Screaming up from the limbo of the league's
lower division under the expert guidance of
Coach Elbert Anderson, with a foursome of
talented backfield performers, and boasting seven
Pictured at right-
BILLY JAYNES, Co-Captain, Back
NIAXIE RUNION, Co-Captain, Back
BILLY LASHLEE, End
ROBERT HENDRICKSON, Back
CLAUDIE PHILLIPS, Guard
CHUCK SULLIVAN, Back
JOHN CROCKER, Buck
JAMES SANDERS, Back
ol' the leagues most feared linemen, Cohn fielded
what Inany observers believed to be the best
starting eleven ever to don the black and white
And from the opening game it was evident
that the Tigers' bid for their second "all-clear"
campaign in history would be the most difficult
task ever undertaken by a Cohn High athletic
organization. Every school on the Tiger's sched-
ule longed to become the iirst team in more than
three years to whip the vaunted 'Cats in a reg-
ular season contest.
However, the Tiger team withstood every local
challenge, and only a senior-studded eleven from
Knoxville Central High School managed to solve
the Interscholastic League terrors for a victory.
After a week of heavy rains, Cohn's Sikes Field
became a quagmire of mud, and the Tigers'
narrow thirteen to seven defeat has been at-
tributed to the inclement weather factor as much
Father Ryan, unquestinably the Tigers' most
heated rival. was the Hrst local team to test the
mettle of the two-time defending champions.
Playing before a throng estimated at more than
PfL'lLl1T!ffl al left-
DILLARD l'UCKET'l', Guurrl
BILLY lWA'l'TOX, End
BILLY HCOAL TRUCK" GILLESPIE, Center
ED COLLINS, CEHICT
T. G. Ross, Back
CHARLIE "BURR" SADLER
ROBERT BRUCE, Tackle
BILLY LINEBAUGH, BIICIC
WIALVERN QNUBQ RAHRER, BILLY WVHITSON, Managers
5,000, Cohn turned back the Irish thirteen to
six to keep intact their record of never having
lost to the Ryan Panthers.
Churning over opponents in a methodical
fashion, the Tigers unleashed the full fury of
their well-oiled football machine and exploded
with one-sided victories over Mlest, North, Hume-
Fogg Tech, East, Donelson, Howard, and Belle-
vue before the Knox Central invasion.
The championship in the bag, Cohn toyed
with the once violent Central Tornado in the
season's final. The Tigers clipped the bitter
South Nashville opponent nineteen to nothing
as Maxie Runion battled his way into Cen-
tral's end zone for three touchdowns-a Fitting
MR. ELBERT ANDERSON, NIR. YVILLIAM BROWN, Coaches
COHN'S I 947 RECORD
Dale Colm Olbjmnent Score
Sept. I2 13 G
Sept. 19 19 At Wlest 6
Sept. 26 32 At North O
Oct. 3 40 Hume-Fogg Tech 0
Oct. 10 20 0
Oct. 17 43 At Donelson 13
Oct. 24 51 Howard 0
Oct. Fil 40 Bellevue 0
Nov. 7 '7 Knox Central 13
Nov. I4 19 Nashville Central 0
Total Points. .284
Won 9 Lost I
Total Points. .38
Runirm runs hfly-four yards for touchdown, Knoxville Central game
climax to one of the league's most brilliant in-
dividual careers. E
At the conclusion of the season, awards fairly
rained about the collective heads of the Tigers.
Runion and Harold QGooberj Chambers were
awarded positions on both All-City teams. Maxie
was further selected as a member of the All-State
and All-Southern squads, and both Runion and
Chamber were picked as candidates for the Wil-
liam Hume Award. Maxie places second in the
closest balloting in the history ol the annual
Runion and Billy Jaynes, tabbed Cohn's coun-
terpart of Hfest Point's famous "Blanchard and
Davis" combination, cast their lots for further
education and athletic conquest with the Univer-
sity of Tennessee's Volunteers. The two senior
candidates chose U. T. over a host of Southeast-
ern and Southwestern Conference schools, pre-
ferring to battel S. E. C. foes alongside -rather
than against H former Cohn Teammate B.
Surely the l848 Cohn eleven will tackle an
even more unwelcome job than faced last year's
three-time champions, but win, lose, or draw,
whenever a Cohn team takes the field, there'll be
those who will point with pride to the l947 team.
Its spirit was all a coach or fan could desire, its
talent was unsurpassed, and its championship
caliber of play brought record-shattering glory to
"Black, Xfllhite Dynamite!" . . . Interscholastic
League champions, three times in a row.
Pictured at left-
ROBERT ADAIR, Guard
BERT KELLER1-1ALs, Tackle
ROBERT SEALS, End
HAROLD CHAMBERS, Tackle
Jiivrivu' SANDERS, Tackle
The boys' basketball squad had only one
returning regular from last year's team, but
it made up for this handicap with a hght-
ing spirit. XfVitl1 only one regular return-
ing froni last yeafs crack teany Coach
Andwym Waslmrd wnh dw bg wb M
rebtulding the teanr
The nucleus of the new team was Billy
Jaynes, the returning regular. fXro1u1d
him the team was built with such fine ball
players as Robert Bruce, Grant Sadler,
T. G. Ross, Billy Lashlee, and Robert Hen-
drickson. W'ith these boys and the rest of
the squad, the team is one to be watched.
ELBERT ANDERSON, Coach
BILLY IASHLEE, Captain
Robert Bruce Billy Linebaugh
lid Collins T. G. Ross
John Crocker Charles Sadler
Robert Hendrickson Grant Sadler
Billy Jaynes Robert Seals
Billy Lashlee Thomas Sullivan
Malvern, Rahrer, Manager
First row-Thomas Sullivan, Grant Sadler, Billy Lincbaugh, Robe rt Hendrickson. Semnd row-john Crocker, Ed Collins, Malvern
Rahrer, Robert Bruce, Charlie Sadler. Third row-Billy jaynes, Robert Seals, Billy Lashlee CCapta1nJ, T. G. Ross.
CORdlHP0PU Bnnmr wnh onhfoneieguhr
returning from last year's Eighth District Cham-
pionship team, was faced at the beginning of the
season with an inexperienced group of girls. Jo
Ann Richardson, who had been voted most val-
uable in last year's tournament, and such girls
as Treva Oakley, Clarice Toombs, Nellie Chisarn,
Emma Mai Ackerman, and Ruth Lancaster made
up the new team. These girls are linking hard
pracdce with a nghtnag spirn and are in there
playing their hearts out for "Dear Ole Cohn."
Emma Mai Ackerman, Nellie Chisam, Ann Dodd, Audrey Fleming,
Nelle Gassaway, Doris Graves, Ruth Lancaster, Jean Morris, Trcva
Oakley, jo Ann Richardson, Mary Anne Ridley, Sophie Schwcining,
Lillie Sullivan, Clarice Toombs, Agnes Lashlec, Manager.
W. H. "Por" BROWN, Coach
jo ANN RICHARDSON, Captain
D. O. BASKETBALL TEAM
Iran! row-Hazel Kirby, Bobby Draughn. Buck row-Elise Huff,
Betty Carter, Dorothy Baird, Doris Mimrns.
BOYS' JUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM
T011 row, left to right-Raymond Russell, jimmy Sadler, Lee
Langford, jack Mathews, Jimmy Bates. Bottom 'row-Charles
Hamilton, Billy Hartman, Jack Lamb, Charley Strong, Louis
X'Vhen the baseball season rolled around at
Cohn in the Spring of 1947, it found the baseball
team ready and raring to go. Bolstered by such
returnees as Maxie Runion, Louie Davidson,
Billy Jaynes, and Dan Terry, and with the addi-
tion of john Crocker and a few others, Cohn
was rated one of the top teams in the league.
During the season they proved their claim to
this rating by their hne all-around play, being
strong at bat and Hawless in the field. They
ended up winning seven and losing four games.
This Spring of 1948 all of the team except
Runion, Terry, Davidson, and Johnny Horn
return. Cohn is again looking forward to an-
other sueeessful baseball campaign.
Cohn ... 0 North .... .... 5
Cohn . 5 Howard .... .... 4
Cohn .,. 4 West ..... .... 3
Cohn ... I Du Pont ......,.. .... 9
Cohn .. . 5 Hume-Fogg Tech ,,.... . 2
Cohn 4 T. I. S. .,........ .. 5
Cohn ... 5 North .... .... 7
Cohn . . , 8 Donelson . , . . . . 7
Cohn . . .14 Howard .... . . . . 0
Cohn .. . 5 East ..... .... 4
Cohn ..... ....... 3 Hillsboro , , . . 1
VVon 7 Lost 4
ell lo right - Emma Mai
flckcmmn, Emily Siegrist,
luricc Toomhs, Coach Wil-
iam H. CPopj Brown, Mari-
yn Reynolds, .lo Ann Rich-
eft ta 'right-Ricllzlrd Hun-
er, Billy Linebaugh, Carl
Jwcn, Billy jayncs, Lewis
loom, Billy Lashlee, Coach
Villiam H. fPopD Brown.
left lo right-Wayne jakes, Thomas Sullivan, Richard Hunter, Billy jaynes, T. G. Ross, Billy Lashlec, Martin
Wfith Bryant Liggett and "Chuck" Sullivan
returning from last year's second place team,
Cohn's golf stock rose. Coach Anderson added
Billy Lashlee and Tom Marshall to this duet and
produced another winning golf team. With
these four talented golfers, Cohn's colors were
again taken through a successful campaign which
saw them defeat Duncan, YfVest,- North, Lips-
comb, Hume-Fogg Tech, and Hillsboro, while
losing to Du Pont, Ryan, East, and M. B. A.
This year with Sullivan and Lashlee returning
to bolster the team, Cohn is again expected to
be well represented in golf.
Cohn ..... ..... 1 GM! Duncan .... UQ
Cohn ..... ..... 1 U5 VVest . . . 634,
Cohn ..... ...., l 8 ' North ............... 0
Cohn ,.... ..... 1 8 Lipscomb Qforfeitj 0
Cohn ..... ..... l 8 Hume-Fogg Tech 0
Cohn . . .16 Hillsboro ........,. . . 2
Cohn ..... ... 8943 Du Pont ... S-UQ
Cohn .. . 2 Ryan . . 16
Cohn ..... .... 5 LQ East .,,., 12W
Cohn ..... ...... 6 M. B. A. ...,... 12
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A Complete Line of Paint, Roofing, Hardware SERVICE STATION
and Groceries l
5916 Charlotte Avenue Phone 8,9230 46th and Minnesota Ave. Telephone 8-9147
Barber Shop-Drugs, Sundries
5624 Charlotte Phone 8-9209
CROW LUMBER COMPANY
LAWRENCE R. WIGGS ORCHID CLEANERS
Builders of Better Homes Charlotte' at White Bridge Road
4114 Wyoming Avenue Phone 9-5709 Delivery Phone 8-5381
Compliments of CO.
A A The Rexall Store Quality Service
4800 Charlotte Avenue Phone 7-0983
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Werzdell Smith Has the Spirit to Serve
We, the Seniors of Cohn High School, of the City
of Nashville, County of Davidson, State of Tennessee,
having struggled through twelve years of a great con-
flict Qcommonly known as schoolj, and bepome the
pride of the school, and since our graduating is an
irreplaceable loss to the aforementioned school, we
wish to leave some reminders and distinguished char-
acteristics to certain lucky ones designated in the fol-
lowing document. Thus we do ordain this the last
will and testament of the Seniors of the Class of 1948.
FIRST: We do hereby bequeath to Miss Sullivan
and Miss Hetherington our kindest regards and sm-
cere gratitude for their never-tiring efforts to serve and
guide us. VVe also wish to thank Miss Friel for her
patience and fortitude as our sophomore sponsor.
SECOND: lafe do hereby will to Mr. W. R. Ro-
chelle and the faculty our gratitude for their instruc-
tion and counsel.
THIRD: Wie do hereby will and bequeath to the
junior class title of seniority, our place of honor in the
auditorium, and our ability to have meetings.
i FIFTH: lflfe, as individuals, do wish to bequeath
some personal characteristics to our underclassmen
and other interested parties.
Emma Mai Ackerman leaves nothing to nobody in
hopes that they will use it wisely as she has.
Robert Adair wills his ability to be Mr. Carter's
right-hand man to George Knight.
5 jean Allen, Dorothy Russell, and Marjorie Phelan
leave their disorderly locker to Doris George, Betty
Fuller, and Joe Ann Neely.
Sue Armstrong wills her problems in the D. O. class
to her sister, Bobbie.
Dorothy Baird leaves her ability to get through
school without working and the only piano piece she
knows, "In the Moodf' to John Crocker.
Robert Bruce wishes to pass on the presidential
"aspirings" and also his height to Richard Hunter.
Bobby Chance leaves his seat in the bandroom to
David Elrod. ,
Jean Crandall wills her height to Donna QShortyj
Ann Dodd wills her turquoise sweater to lvanda
Dorothy Dotson leaves her place as first chair t1'O1'Il-
bone to Collin Dugan . . . Poor fellow!
Nelle Dyer and Betty Lawrence will their place in
Mr. Carter's Hfth period mechanical drawing class to
Norma jean Hooper and Betty Leigh, respectively.
Dorothy Frazer leaves her ability to get married to
Mary Gassaway leaves her home economics apron
to her "little sister," Nell.
Juanita Gibbons leaves her dirty saddle oxfords to
Marie Giles wills her most precious book, "Two
Easy Methods of Reducing," to Bobbye Draughon.
Donald Hamilton leaves his ability to drive an
automobile safely to Roy Lee Hutchinson.
VVillie Mai Hargis and Patricia Glassford leave a
cleaver and chain to Miss Moskovitz, so she will not
have a difficult time in the future separating friends.
Beverly Harris, Barbara Holland, and Bobbie
House bequeath their gym suit to anyone in the
junior class who is big enough to wear it.
Bill Hawkins leaves his title, "Mad Morticianj' to
anyone who would like to have it. He is quitting the
business because it is too dead.
Robert Hendrickson and Billy Lashlee will their
sense of humor and ability to make a joke out of
anything to "Hot" Grimes and Richard Hunter.
Mary Frank Hewitt leaves her ability to tell jokes
to ,Jimmie Seagraves.
Betty Hooper wills the constant teasing showered
on her by Mr. Carter to Joyce Rains.
'johnny Horn wills his good looks to Iohn fMiner-
alsj Lawrence. i
L Elise Huff wills her place in the D. O. room to Gail
Arlyne Huss wills her cheerleading uniform to
Billy jaynes leaves all his loud shirts to Mr. Carter,
so that he can scare all the crows out of his corn field.
Sue jordan wills her place in the Ensemble, her
ability to cheerlead, and her blue ruffled dress to Jean
Hazel Kirby wills her old reliable comb to Colleen
Betty jo Korn leaves her skill GQ in typing to Robert
Zola Law wills her violent temper to Miss Morrison.
Marie Lawrence leaves her bashfulness to her sister,
Elizabeth, provided she leaves enough for Marie to
Billy Linebaugh leaves his superb athletic ability
to Robert Mills. , ,
Alice Locker wills her D. O. folder, along with all
her problems, to Faye Bracey, as she can probably find
good use for them.
Billy Mattox wills his ability to Hatter Miss Mor-
rison to anybody that needs it.
Milbrey Mattox wills her debate folder back :to
Charles Schuman, the giver, that he might bestow it
upon the unlucky person who takes her place on the
debate team. ' 3
Nancy McCrary leaves her place in the typing room
to Mary Leigh.
Doris Mimms would will Ann Burrum to Dean
Carrick to get through schoolgbut since she may need
her later, she will just wish Dean good luck!
Martin Mosley leaves his aptness for chemistry to
Lewis Moore. r
Carl Owen wills his acting and speaking ability to
Alfred Thurman. ' Q
Malvern Rahrer wills his place in the best seat, in
the best room, with the best teacher, Mr. Anderson,
to lfValter Gillespie. '
Nellie Ramsey wills her ability in typing to anyone
who needs it.
Marjorie Ridley leaves her little feet to Mary Anne
T. G. Ross wills his ability to get along with Mr.
Carter to nobody, since nobody can.
Maxie Runion leaves his place in Miss Friel's heart
to Chuck Sullivan, whom he trusts will treasure it as
Gay Satterwhite wills her place in the very wonder-
ful Sub Deb Sorority to Betty Bowling.
Helen Seagraves leaves her love of food to Norma
Emily Siegrist wills to Joanne Richardson her bas-
ketball tights, which Betty Perkerson gave Christine
Fleming, Christine willed to jo Ann Runion, and jo
willed her last year, with the hope that she will cher-
ish and pass them on next year.
Bobbie Jean Smith leaves her place in Mr. Car-
ter's seventh period history class to Ramona Watkins.
Marian Troxel wills her place before the band to
john Turner leaves his elaborate introductions in
speech class to lafilliam Earnest Sadler, Esq. tHe need.s
something in his speechesj
jane Wright wills Doris George her blonde hair.
Pauline Martin wills her seat in the D. O. room to
her sister, Louise.
Arnold Dugan leaves anything to nobody and noth-
ing to anybody.
Louie Davidson wills his witty ways to anyone that
james Sanders just leaves.
Miss Sullivan and Miss Hetherington leave their
sympathy for the next senior sponsor.
IN VV ITN ESS W'HEREOF: We hereunto subscribe
our names and afiix our seal this the Nineteenth Day
of May, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Forty-Eight.
Signed and acknowledged in the presence of
THE CLASS or 1948.
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