Englewood High School - Purple and White Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 94 of the 1954 volume:
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PURPLE AND WHITE
ENGLEWOQD HIGH SCHQOL
6201 STEWART AVENUE
CHICAGO 21, ILLINOIS
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Englewood is a proud old name and a Hne old
tradition in the history ot Chicago. Its ideals have helped
torm the character and personality of some of the
nation's finest men and women.
The story ot Englewood is a success story in every
area touched by a good American high school. Many
trophies in the display locations attest to victories won
on the athletic Held. The school's physical growth is
shown in the many additions and expansions ot build-
ings and grounds made through the years. The dedi-
cated teachers, past and present, who have devoted
their lives to the molding ot younger lives bear eloquent
testimony to the living flame which education is at its
Pure gold is the boy or girl turned into a well-
proportioned man or woman by the lathe ot society
called Englewood High School. Educated to the tull
extent of his mental abilities, developed into the best
type ot American citizen, raised to the highest broed
level ot character and ethical standards, the Englewood
graduate ot today and tomorrow can walk proudly with
head high, serene in the knowledge that, like his pre-
decessors, he can reach the topmost rungs ot whatever
ladder he wishes to climb.
Students and teachers- l ask that you ioin me in a
salute to the glorious past, the golden present - and
the glowing tuture ot Englewood High School. Let us be
proud ot being part ot Englewood's long and vibrant
lite stream. Let our attitudes, our actions and our
achievements show us to be equal to the responsibilities
which accompany the privilege ot belonging to Engle-
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ditions in Front of Main Entrance to the School.
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EOORWAYS . ..
WHAT MEMORIES THEY 'AWAKEN
Generations and Generations Have Passed Through Them . . . Freshmen Entering
Englewood Filled with Awe and Anticipation . . . Seniors Leaving The School with
Diplomas Under Their Arms and Mixed Feelings in Their Hearts . . . Young New Teachers
Buoyant with Enthusiasm . . . Old Teachers Retiring Atter Decades ot Devoted Service
. . . A Long Procession of Pioneering Principals . . . Graduates Who Have Built Fine
Homes, Reared Splendid Families, Distinguished Themselves in Business and Industry, the
Arts and Professions, Peacetime and Wartime Contributions to the Welfare ot Their
Country and ot All Mankind.
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. More Doorways'to Knowledge, Understanding, ln-
sight, Mental and Physical Development, Companionship,
Preparation for Well-Rounded Adulthood . . . Doorways
Through Which You Have Passed Hundreds ot times . . .
Doorways Which Will Ever Remain Dear in Your Memory
As Symbols of Your Passage From Childhood to Young
Manhood or Young Womanhood.
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Three Score and Seven Years Ago Our
Predecessors Placed this Plaque Above the
Cornerstone ot One ot the Buildings That Today
Forms a Subsidiary Section ot the Great Struc-
ture in Which Our School is Housed. Just as We
Still Use the Building They Erected, So too do
We - Whether We're Aware of it Or Not -
Still Partake of the Spirit Which Has Come
Down to Us Through the Years From Them.
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Three Stained Glass Windows Merged
To Form a Grand Scale and Ever-Inspiring
Work of Art. Beautiful to Behold, They Con-
vey to All Who Pass and Stop to Look A
Stirring Reminder of the Love and Loyalty
Bygone Generations Hove Felt For Dear Old
Mr Nowinson Chatting with
Group of Students
OUR NEW LEADER
It didn't take long to decide to whom to
dedicate the T954 PURPLE AND WHITE. Its theme
being, "The Englewood Tradition Marches On,"
the logical choice tor the dedicatory honor could
be none other than our genial new principal:
Samuel L. Nowinson. Upon his shoulders now rests
the chief responsibility of directing this march.
So with deep appreciation and aftection
the editors ot the i954 PURPLE AND WHITE dedi-
cate it to the stalwart, scholarly, and warmhearted
new administrative head ot our school.
In the tew months he has been with us,
we have come to know him as a man at broad
sympathies and wide interests. A kindly, consider-
ate man with a positive attitude, he strives always
to influence others by appealing to the best in
them rather than by harping on their shortcomings
A discriminating literary scholar, he wears his
scholarship lightly, but is ever keenly aware ofthe
extent to which true educational values are being
effectively imparted in any given situation. A tar-
seeing executive, he quickly senses how much re-
sponsibility peaple under his supervision can carry
and then encourages them to do their best in their
He .likes people and people like him. He
particularly likes students and teachers, and one
ot his chief concerns is that they should be happy
in their work. The educational and character-
building obiectives which he advocates for Engle-
wood are high indeed, and he is convinced they
can best be attained in an atmosphere ot selt-
discipline, cooperation, cheertulness, confidence,
and good will.
Such a leader should be an inspiration to
all ot us to carry on with a will and to keep the
Englewood tradition ever present in our minds as
a stimulus to higher and higher attainments.
Such a leader should inspire all ot us to
live and help live, do and help do.
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"Soldiersl Forty cenfuries are watching you
from yonder pyramids!" shouted Napoleon.
Hurled forth by The "Little Corporal" during
his Egyptian campaign of l789, This lightning-like
outcry served as a Transfusion of vitality, IT lifted The
hearts of his Troops and swept away Their fatigue,
boredom, homesickness. ln a flash iT gave Them a
rendezvous with history.
Boys and girls of Englewood High you are
not soldiers, you are not weary and homesick, you
are not within sighT of an awesome monument repre-
senfing ancienT civilization. If you stop To Think, how-
ever, you can have your own rendezvous with hisfory.
Indeed, you rub shoulders and Touch hands spiritually
with bygone generations day after day as you move
Through The corridors of our school, perform required
Tasks in iTs classrooms, laboratories, library, study
halls, shops, studios, gymnasiums, and auditorium.
You are part of a stream that may be said To have
begun flowing way back in l859. That year The first
school To be built on our campus opened its doors.
And part of The vast and winding structure which
houses Englewood High Today has been standing
What does This mean? It means much, buT
most of what iT means cannot be Touched nor held
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with one's hands, nor seen with one's eyes, nor even
put into words.
You might say Englewood High has a long
and cherished Tradition of excellence in scholarship,
in The arts, in athletics, of loyalty To ideals, of note-
worthy achievements by its alumni. All This is True,
decidedly true. But iT is probably equally True of
many another American high school.
This probability should, of course, not diminish
our pride and feeling of good fortune in being The
onward bearers of The illustrious Englewood Tradition
IT should not diminish in The least The sense of respon-
sibility and The stimulation associated with, and ema-
nating from, The rich history of our school.
More intriguing, however, is That which glis-
Tinguishes Englewood from any other high school.
And This is more difhcult To puT one's finger on Than
even The characteristics which distinguish any human
being from all others.
Many of The facfors which have played a
determining part in The history of Englewood have
been largely products of what, without going into o
very involved analysis, we can only call chance. Some
are traceable To The vision, courage, will, and influ-
ence of principals, Teachers, sTudenTs, and The par-
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ents of students. Some-perhaps most-have been
more or less byproducts of general trends in the com-
munity and in the held of education.
Speculation along such lines is interesting but
not very fruitful in the way of conclusive findings.
One cannot even draw a sharp line of demarcation
between the products of what we call chance and
those of deliberate planning. Moreover, is it not true
that every student who ever attended Englewood
High, every teacher who ever taught in it, every
principal who ever directed its general course of
action came here, at least in part, by what we call
All right, then, all of us are at Englewood in
a measure by chance. Also, we realize that in many
respects the Englewood tradition is not very different
from that of many another American high school.
There still remains, however, the fact that we are
identified with Englewood, that it has become an
indelible part of us and we of it, and that there are
in its history and tradition elements of a distinctive,
if not unique, character.
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Hearts are Light and Spirits High at Banquet given hy the Home Economics Department for our Foothall Team
What are these distinctive elements? What is
their value? How do they affect us? Such questions
are much easier to ask than to answer.
That in the Englewood tradition which is dis-
tinctive or unique and its impact upon us may be
compared in nature and value to sott music at twis
light, sunrise on the ocean, a summer sunset, the smile
of a baby, moonlight on an orchard in full bloom,
the courage of a lone individual rushing into a blaz-
ing house to save the lite of a neighbor, the tortitude
ot a scientist risking everything to carry through a
crucial experiment, any oct ot unostentatious kind-
ness or friendship, a song ot love sung on a spring
evening, a poem, a painting, an eternal truth beauti-
Look over your shoulders, boys and girls, as
you proceed on your way through Englewood l-ligh
School. Behind you stretches a long, long procession
reaching all the way back to 1859. The thousands
and thousands in that procession have passed much
on to you-much that you should cherish, much that
can help you.
Honor SocieTies' Assembly
The school song brings iT To you. So does The
lVliliTary Roll of Honor. So do our sTained glass win-
dows. So do The many and various Trophies, inscripe
Tions, and The like. BUT noThing can bring IT To you so
Tully and forcibly as your own imaginaTion.
And whaT can you do To be worThy of such a
TradiTion? The answer To This is The same as The ad-
vice appropriaTe for anyone who wishes To be like
some greaT man or woman. Anal TT is This. Be True To
The besT in yourself. ThaT is The prime essenTial of
greaTness and of all worThwhile achievemenT. Be True
To The besT in yourself. ThaT is The 'rinesT conTribuTion
you can make To The Englewood TradiTion. ThaT is The
mosT valuable way you can help keep iT marching
onward wiTh banners held aloTT.
J. Z. Jacobson
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By Constance Bennett
So at last you're a senior!
You've spent four precious years in high
school. They've been filled with ioys and with
heartaches. You've grown in four big ways:
physically, emotionally, intellectually, and soc-
ially. lt's been wonderful.
You remember the time when you tried to
become a cheerleader or a class officer or a
member of this or that athletic team, You hoped
desperately, but you didn't make it. And for
months afterward you went around with a hurt
You recall your Honor Society or 500 Club
initiation. You had to bow humbly to club mem-
bers. Also, for days you were required to carry
around a bulging shopping bag, wear clothes
inside out, keep your hair in pin curls, cover
your face with cold cream, go about with mis-
matched socks. Sure, you looked a mess but
it was fun.
You think back to the balmy spring day
when friendly rivalry filled the air as the 4A's
locked horns with the 4B's in a bing-bang base-
ball game. Your thoughts hark back to the
concentrated cramming of seniors determined
to pass the Constitution Test, and you shudder
at the thought of the possibility of failure.
There comes to mind the school's losing
streak in football, and you re-live the excite-
ment you experienced as, amidst wild cheering,
you carried the ball for the touchdown which
brought the first victory of the season.
Then there's Hobo Day when you came to
school looking your worst and a prize was
awarded to the senior who looked most like a
real hobo. What fun, what hilarity there was
in the halls on that day.
Going back further and further in your
memory, you recall your first frightening freshie
Mr. Nowinson Receiving Gift to School from January, 1954, Graduates
days. How huge Englewood High seemed to
you, and how complicated. Many a time you
secretly wished you were back in the familiar
environment of your elementary school. lt was
exciting too, however. And it gave you a feel-
ing of victory to move on to your sophomore
Suddenly you realized the school was not
so big and complicated after all, and that the
other students, and even the teachers, were
human beings like yourself.
lf you're a girl you remember how you
began to notice especially the tall boy with the
nice smile who sat next to you in English or
some other class. If you're a boy you probably
recall how you began to pay particular atten-
tion to the pretty girl who had a locker near
Before long you were exchanging shy re-
marks and then you were going on your first
date together. lf you're a girl you may also
Proud Procession of January, 1954, Grads.
recall The nice senior who showed you how To
dance and Took you To a formal Tor The TirsT
Then your iunior slipped up on you. ThaT's
The year, you recall, you Tried To aTTend all The
school dances as well as all The baskeTball,
baseball, and TooTball games you could. You
began To ioin school clubs, Too. You remember
geTTing your TirsT job so you could buy The nice
cloThes you wanTed. lT began To dawn on you
ThaT school plays a very imporTanT parT in your
life. You really began To enjoy your Spanish
class, or was if mechanical drawing or cloThing
NexT'? Need l say whaT came nexT - The
lasT lap of The race, The beginning of The senior
year. VVhaT a Thrill you TelT when you firsr slip-
ped your class ring on your finger. You wanTed
To show iT To everyone.
Then came speculaTion, guessing, hoping in
regard To The Senior TheaTre parTy, your parT in
The class prophecy, The place and Time of The
class luncheon, The prom, The graduaTion pro-
gram, your picfure in The Annual.
As The 'final year draws To a conclusion
your ThoughTs are Turned Toward The Big Morn-
enT when your high school diploma will be
handed To you. This is whaT you've longed Tor,
This is whaT you've dreamed abouT. BUT as you
sTand There erecT in your cap and gown, There's
a Tug aT your hearT. IT's an old sTory ThaT's ever
Ahead of you may be college, a job, ser-
vice in The Army, Navy, or Marines. And be-
yond that, not too far off, perhaps marriage
and a home of your own. Behind you are four
fruitful years of learning, friendship, growth
that you'll never forget, Your childhood is be-
hind you, too. Now you're beginning to cross
the bridge to young adulthood.
Behind you are helpful teachers, familiar
surroundings, a wide variety of memories. Yoc
made many friends among your fellow students,
some of whom you knew even before you en-
tered high school. You can'T help wondering
what will happen to This one or that - the
popular girl who made such a hit as a cheere
leader, the boy who did so well in public speak'
ing, The agile young lady who aspires to a
career as a professional dancer, The young man
who wants to become a lawyer and go into
politics, The fellow who was so good in drawing,
The lad who writes poetry, the lass who knew
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all The answers in history, and the other one
who wants to be an actress.
Then there is The football hero and his am-
bitions. And what about yourself - where will
you turn? What will you do? What will you
become? Who can tell? As Shakespeare said,
"We know what we are, but not what we may
You know the past four years have left
with you a harvest of memories you'll always
treasure. You know it will all be behind you
soon f the high school games, parties, dances,
assemblies, and class room adventures in learn-
ing. What a bittersweet feeling This realization
brings to your heart, Now you are all-impor-
tant, exalted, a senior - the obiect of all kinds
of special attention. Soon this, too, will be just
a memory. But what a memory!
Englewood's repuTaTion is, in large parT, based
on The cIominanT aTTiTude oT iTs sTudenTs Through
The years. WhaT has This been? IT has been The
Icind oT aTTiTude ThoT expresses iTselT in good
CiTizenship. The meaning oT This in The way OT
conducT in a presenT-day American high school
is TeIIingIy'broughT ouT in Phedonia Jones' prize-
winning essay on The subiecT.
IT was chosen as The besT Trom among The
numerous praiseworThy pieces enTered in The
Good CiTizenship essay conTesT conducTed aT
our school lasT semesTer under The auspices oT
The Englewood I-Iigh School Cilrizenship Corn-
miTTee.' ITs Teacher members, wiTh Miss GroaT as
chairman, acTed as iudges of The conTesT. Be-
sides Miss GroaT These are Mr. STone, Mr.
Cornelius Johnson, Miss Gwendolyn Williams,
and Mrs. Qoylqaas.
ParTicuIarly worTh noTing is The TacT ThaT
Phedonia Jones loT Miss Meyer's division in
room ZIOI was a IB when she wroTe The blue
ribbon essay. This beTolcens much as To whaT may
be expecTed of her in The TuTure, I-Ier essay
Runners-Up in Good Cifizenship ConIesT
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Calumet Ben Franklin Club for Excellence in Printing
LET'S BE GOOD CITIZENS
By Phedonia Jones
Training in citizenship is an importantopurpose
ot education. We need to learn to live with
others in our community, our state, our country,
and our school.
To be a good citizen ot Englewood High or
any other school, or ot a state or a community, one
must, tirst ot all, obey certain basic laws. This is
fundamental. The good citizen ot the school res-
pects the school's rules ot conduct. He abides by
them in the same spirit as a true sportsman abides
by the rules ot a game. He pays heed to righttul
authority wherever he meets it.
Rules ot Our School
The tollowing are some at the rules ot our school:
ll.l Keep to the right when wallcing up and
down the stairs and through the halls.
l2.l Keep waste paper ott the tloor.
l3.l Keep washrooms clean and respectable.
l4.l Don't leave the school unless you have been
dismissed or it is your lunch time.
These are only a tew rules ot our school. Do we
obey them? Do we respect them? Do we abide
by them as we would by rules ot a game?
A second duty ot a good school citizen is to
render service. One ot the problems ot today is
the retusal or unwillingness ot able and intelligent
students to give ot their ability in the school where
it is needed. The character ot the school depends
upon the character ot the students. lt capable
students are unwilling to serve the school, those who
are incapable or seltish will manage the school's
attairs. The results will be harmtul to all. Realizing
his obligations to the school, the good student, as
a citizen ot the school, is always ready to respond
to the call ot the school's need.
Love of the School
lt is the student's duty as well as his privilege
to love the school. The true student teels a deep
attection tor his school. He cherishes its past, be-
lieves in its ideals, has taith in its tuture. The true
student shows his devotion by personal sacritice
tor the weltare ot the school. He pertorms 'iaith-
tully the ordinary "hurndrums" ot its everyday
procedure. He appreciates the admirable qualities
ot his school and does all he can to help overcome
The good citizen ot the school is alert. He
tamiliarizes himselt with its history. acquires an
understanding ot all its departments, lceeps posted
as to its day-by-day doings. .
The good citizen ot the school is open-minded
and tolerant. He gives heed to the viewpoints ot
others. He welcomes new ideas. He has strong
convictions, but changes his mind whenever he
realizes he is wrong.
The good citizen ot the school is courageous. He
stands up tor what he believes is right. He op-
poses iniustice wherever he tinds it.
The good citizen ot the school is honest. He lceeps
his word. He never misleads nor deceives others.
He can be counted upon. He is trustworthy and de-
The good citizen ot the school is cooperative.
He is a comtortable companion. He gets along
with people. He can give and take. He pulls well
in harness, carries his share ot the load and al-
ways does his part. He is excellent in team-worlc.
To sum it all up. a good citizen ot Englewood
Celebraied Olympic Star
ENGLEWOOD MIXED CHORUS
Row l: B. Websier, G. l-lurii, M
Clark, C. Wiiliarris, A. l-loile R
Armslrong, L. Williamson. Row 2
R. Wriglwi, A. l-lamplon M
Brooks, C. Jones, L. Prince, C
Kniglwf, E. Rob
erson, L. Hampiori,
J, Webber. Row 3: R. Johnson,
C. Paiierson, W. Norman, A.
rodley, J, O Neal, T. Brewer, D
Benneii, L. Donegan, E. Pryor.
ENGLEWOOD MIXED CHORUS
Row l: A. Miicliell Z Slams ll, R.
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Anilwany, A. Roberfs, J. Paylon,
S. Mix, Y. Garrison. Row 2' C.
Adams, B. Parker. G. Koen B
Smith, A. Woiers, J. Tale, E. Hol-
lins. Row 3: E. Sfewari, E Can-
irell, B. Rodgers, L. Jones, G. Usli-
er, C. Traylor, S. Anderson, J.
Damrnons, M. Siondard. Row 4:
R. Salley, M. Poole, B. Ross, M.
Dales, N. Gudger, J, Sfevens, B.
Byrd, P. Sienson, L. Bradley, A.
Brooks, J. Forbes, A. RrQSl'wOOCl.
Students Taking Chicago MoTor Club Driver's TesTs
High School is one who abides by The golden
rule: "Do unTo oThers as you would have Them
do unTo you."
An old rule, iT is Today, as in The pasT, The besT
guide To good ciTizenship and good relaTions gen'
erally-in The school, The home, The neighborhood,
The ciTy, The sTaTe. The naTion, and The world.
Originally iT was planned To give honorable
menTion To Tour essays selecTed Tor ThaT disTincTion
Trom all Those enTered in The conTesT. This was To
be done, aT course, aTTer The prize-winning piece
had been chosen. ln The end iT was decided To
piclq Tive insTead OT Tour runners-up. These are
Lucille King oT Mrs. Gays 4A division, Gloria
SmiTh aT Miss Rooney's 4B division, Jerry Ann
SmiTh aT Mrs. MoTen's 4A division, Warren Jones
oT Mrs. LedbeTTer's BA division. and Marian l-lunT
aT Mrs. FosTer's 3A division.
WorTh pondering and Talcing To hearT are re-
marlcs made in The essays oT This guinTeT aT young
"Young ciTizens," says Lucille King in her piece,
"musT recognize ThaT alThough They have privileges
They also have duTies and responsibiliTies . .
She goes on To observe: "Wheii you have res-
pecT Tor auThariTy and caoperaTe wiTh Those in
charge, and when you boosT and help promoTe any
worThy cause oT your school, you have The righT
Tundamenlrals OT ciTizenship aT Englewood l-ligh."
CourTesy is sTressed by Gloria SmiTh, who, in
her essay, noTes: "Being courTeous is always ac-
cepTed as a sign oT good breeding. lT should be
pracTiced aT all Time Towards The members oT The
TaculTy, Tellow sTudenTs, and visiTors."
Jerry Ann SmiTh emphasizes The imporTance OT
respecT. Says she: "SelT-respecT, respecT Tor oThers,
and respecT Tor public properTy are highly es-
senTial elemenTs OT good ciTizenship."
The oTher Two runnerseup, Marian l-lunT and
Warren Jones. 'philosophize' more broadly in
"l-ligh School," declares Marian, 'lhas done
much in The way aT helping me undersTand people
beTTer . . . l have learned ThaT There musT be give
and Talce iT liTe is To be pleasanT, and ThaT pa-
Tience oTTen malces one The winner in The long
Warren sTril4es a paTrioTic noTe. "Qur America,"
he poinTs ouT, "would noT be The land iT is iT
each ciTizen ThoughT only oT himselT. The greaTness
aT America is based on our ThoughTTulness Tor one
anoTher. lT will conTinue only iT American men,
women, and children play The 'game aT liTe' Tairly
wiTh respecT and consideraTion Tor The righTs aT
oThers. The same may be said aT our school--
good old Englewood High."
OThers WorTh MenTioning
OuTsTanding among oThers who submiTTed inTer-
esTing essays Tor consideraTion in The conTesT are
Doreene liranlclin, Peggie Chambers, Barbara Mc-
Kinney, Fannie l.. l-laile, EdiTh R. Burrounghs, Marie
E, Laclcey, Faye Miller, Clara Williams, Frances
Jaclcson, RoberT Brown, MaeTTa T-larris, Barbara
Kline. Carolyn l-lasson, Nellie Marie Jones, and
'J QOADWAY AND HOLLYWOOD
Englewood Players Do I+ Again
By Ernece Kelly
Surely Jane Kendall could hardly have dreamed of a high school drama group
presenling her superb dramaiizaiion of Jane Aus+en's celebrared novel, Pride and
Preiudice, as well as The Englewood Players did on lhe evening oi January IS, l954,
under lhe direciion of Mrs. Leclbeiler. I+ was a vivid and convincing porirayal 'rhey
gave ihal evening, in Fullerion l-lall al +he Ari lnsiiiule, of an anxious moiher awail-
ing suilors io marry her five "nor 'foo anxious" daughiers and of much Thar Jrranspired
Jrhereaiier in ihe life of lhe immorlal Benner family.
Lydia, one of The younger daughiers, is +he lirsl +o gel married. She eloped.
This pleased her molher bui slarlled her ialher. Jane and Elizabelh are making
plans for Their marriage .when ihe play ends. Mary, rhe inielleciual, is more inler-
esied in knowledge and i+s applicaiion ihan in finding a husband. So she remains
unwed, when lhe final curiain descends, as does also lhe youngsier, Carherine, who is
sfill giddy and childish.
Wilh lhree of iis members gone or aboul io leave, lhe Benner family coniinues ils
happy exislence. And one gol Jrhe 'feeling ihal ir would remain equally happy aiier
lhe olher lwo daughiers had lalcen on lhe bonds ol mairimony.
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CHAMPIONS ONCE MORE
Oclober 3I, I953, was a red leffer day in The Englewood calendar. On lhal
day our cross-counfry runners won Jrheir Third oily championship in Tour years. They
scored a 'rolal of 74 poinls. Percy Brown came in Zd, Anlhony Mason 6+h, Donald
Jenlcins I6'rh, Theodore Saunders I9lh, and James Ashley 3lsl'. Thus They richly
earned a permanenf place in The illuslrious Englewood lraclilion.
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Qucen's Court in AII Its Glamour'
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Englewoods lirsl annual mililary ball. lweld Friday evening, Oclober 30, l953
al llne Parlcway Ball Room, wenl over willi a bang. In addilion lo l72 coders anc
llieir girl friends, prominenl mililory officers, our principal, assislanl principal, anc
R Q T C ollier members ol our lacully parlicipaled,
The main even? ol rlwe evening was line coronalion ol Gale Palricia l-lunl o
queen ol llie ball. Slwe was clwosen lor llnal lwiglw dislinclion by lime officers of llws
B A L L Englewood R.O.T.C. unil. Rose llnompson served os lwer maid ol lnonor. Hel
ladies-in-wailing were Ernece Kelly, Clwarlolle Good, Gloria Smilln, Slwirley Dupree
Barbara Sims, and Sliiela Jolnnson.
Our R.O.T.C. Drill learn won llfie applause of all willn 'llieir snappy lormalions
and lively music was supplied by Caplain Waller Dyel're's scinrillaling band.
Drill Tcani in Smart Forinalions
Tlie Queen is Crowned. Long Live the Queen. Spgnwi-5 and Sp-ggigl GUESQ5
Miss Butler in Laborafory DemonsTraTion
AMERICA FACE TO FACE
By Sheila BuTIer
lMiss Bu+Ier, an exchange Teacher Tronn England, is This year Teaching biology
aT Englewood in place of Miss Biagini, who, To balance maTTers, is over in England
serving Tor Two semesTers as a biology insTrucTor aT The UniversiTy oT London InsTiTuTe
oT EducaTion, in place of Miss Bufler. The Tollowing piece by Miss BuTler, wriTTen
specially Tor The PURPLE AND WHITE, gives a Tresh and ilIuminaTing view oT our
counTry as seen Through The eyes oT a sensiTive and observanT scholar from
AlThough I have now been in America Tor more Than a half year, I sTiII TrequenTly
Teel ThaT I am living in a dream world and ThaT, presently, I shall awalcen.
For some considerable Time I had ThoughT Iongingly oT a visiT To The UniTed SToTes.
YeT when I was TorTunaTe enough To be acTualIy on my way I could hardly believe
iT was so.
MonThs before sailing I ThoughT abouT Samuel Johnson's remark: "I-Ie who would
bring home The wealTh oT The Indies musT carry The wealTh OT The Indies wiTh him."
This sharpened my reaIizaTion ThaT in Traveling one musT carry lcnowledge wiTh
him if he wishes To bring home Icnowledge. T-lence l made several visiTs To The
American library in Grosvenor Square, London. I read Iooolcs on American hisTory
and absorbed The conTenT oT numerous volumes on The American way oT life, par-
Ticularly Those dealing wiTh The Old WesT. By The Time I boarded ship in AugusT,
l953, To sail Tor America I had an idea I knew all The answers. I-low wrong I was.
I sailed inTo New Yorlc harbor on a beauTiTuI summer evening aT sunseT-an
unTorgeTTable experience. The Torch oT The STaTue oT I.iberTy shone againsT The
evening slcy and The myriad lighTs of ManhaTTan Twinlcled in welcome. 'lhaT's how
I meT an American ciTy Tace To Tace Tor The TirsT Time. I shall ever remember The
experience, The TirsT feeling oT New York-The smells, The sounds, The sighTs, and
mosT of all The speed. I saw The super-marlceTs and The numerous gadgeTs in The
houses. I was inTroduced To The caTeTerias where, as all around, speed was The
order of The day. I was Trowned upon by bus drivers when I caused Them To Tall behind
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fheir schedules by presenfing a half dollar fo be changed so I could pay my fare.
I was whisked up and down in liffs Isorry, I mean elevaforsl af a sfarfling speed fha?
made me gasp for breafh. Everyfhing was bigger and beffer-even fhe heaf.
The language ifself posed a problem for which I was nof prepared, This became
obvious when fhe school semesfer sfarfed. I found myself confinuously causing minor
riofs in classes by my pronunciafion of common words. I noficed wifh pleasure and
amusemenf fhaf many old English words and expressions, no longer currenl' in
Brifain, are sfill being used freely by Americans. Shakespeare would doubfless feel
af home in Chicago, hearing such words and phrases as "goffen," "hifher and
yon," and "beaf if."
Thai' many new expressions and pronunciafions have crepf info fhe language is
nor surprising when one considers fhe hisfory of fhe sefflernenf of America and
fakes info accounf how fhe sefflers from a bygone England were ioined by people
of many nafions bringing wifh fhem fheir own fradifions and ideas. Speaking of fhis
reminds me fhaf whaf has perhaps impressed me mosf abouf America is fhe way in
which people of so many differenf creeds, culfures, and backgrounds are unifed in fhe
U. S. A. The more I have seen of America fhe more my wonder af fhis has increased.
Affer landing in New York, I had fhe opporfunify of visifing a number of The
Easfern sfafes, and during The pasf Chrisfmas vacafion I had fhe good forfune
of being able fo fravel fhrough fhe sfafes of New Mexico, Texas, and Louisiana.
I-low greaf in variefy is fhe scenic beaufy of America, I found myself Thinking as
I moved along. I gazed enfhralled af snow-capped peaks, rocks of unbelievable
color, vasf sfrefches of wild deserf counfry, deep canyons, and sub-fropical swamps
oul' of which frees rise draped in fhaf epiphyfic growfh called "Spanish Moss,"
giving a weird and unearfhly appearance fo fhe landscape.
I-low greaf also is fhe difference in fempo and mode of living in differenf
parfs of fhe land. The placid afmosphere of Ihe old cify of Sanfa Fe is so far re-
moved from fhe husfle and busfle of presenf-day Chicago if is hard fo believe The
fwo cifies are in fhe some counfry.
Since my arrival in fhe U.S.A., I have on several occasions been asked 'ro corn-
pare some aspecf of life in Brifain wifh ifs counferparf in America. This is a feaf
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Secfion of School Bond Warming Up for Graduation Program, Under Direction of Mr. Zlalnik.
Teachers in Guy Mood
of Parry for
Mr, Samuel L. Nowinson,
ond Dr. James H. Smhh,
our District Superintendent
Mrs, Maude Mlrnc1n,Lund1roorn Manager, with Her A55isTun15,Mr5, Elizabeth Turner ond
Mrs. Morgc1reTMomn, Preparing Flovorful Food for Educmed Polofei
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PURPLE AND WHAITE STAFF
Edilors.. .... Ernece Kelly, Peggie Chambers, Pe+er Cfillias
Edilorial and Business Slafl ..,.. D. Arnold. A. Avanl, L. Banlcs, J. Barrell, G. Basley,
D. Balchelor, O. Beasley, C. Bennelf, Y. Benneli,
A. Burauer, C. Burlon, B. Byrd, E. Bynum, N. Carler,
D. Davis, D. Dixon, P. Dufauchord, Y. Ennis, E. Fer-
guson, L. Fields, Y. Garrison, D. Gore, M. l-larris
M. Hunr, J. l-lunler. I. Jones, W. Jones, G. Keeling,
D. Kiclcs, J. Kidd, L. King, B. Kline, l. Korngool, J.
Lasley, T. Leonard, E. Miller, F. Miller, J. Molsby,
M. Morrison, B. Pamon, Y. Pleasant M. Pryor, A.
Roberls, B. Ross, S. Scolr, T. Simmons, J. Simplcins,
K. Sloan, B. Smifh, J. Smilh, J. Smiih. J. Srnilh, B.
Sloxsiell, M. Upchurch, l-l. Ward, J. Williams,
W. Woods, Dolores Dixon.
Arlisls and Phologrophers
J. A. Bailey, C. C. Greer, C. W. Johnson, K. Twomey, L. Randolph,
T. J. Williams
P. Collins, E. Kelly, I. Korngool, D. Ward, A. Weems
Facully Sponsors .... .... J acob Z. Jacobson, Ellen Clare Rooney
Ar'r Supervisor.. ..... Cornelius W, Johnson
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PURPLE 8: WHITE
ARTISTS Ex PHOTOGRAPHERS
Row I: J. A. Boiloy, C. C. Greer.
C. W, Jolinson, T, J. Williams, K.
Twomey. Row 2: A. Weems. E2
Kelly, l, Korngool, Lee Rondolpli,
P. Collios. Il, Word.
Jacobson 8: Rooney
Row l: B. Sfoxstell, O. Beosley,
B. Smilln, Miss Rooney, Mr. Jocob-
son, E. Miller, K. Sloan. Row 2:
D. Bolclielor, E. Bynum, C. Ben-
nerh E. Koly, B. Pomon, I. Jones
J. Burrell, M. I-lorris, J, A. Srnilli,
N, Corler, A. Roberls. Row 3: I.
Simmons, M. I-Innl, D. Gore, Y.
Bennell, W. Jones, J. Smillri, I.
Korngcol, I-I. Word, P. Col'ioS G.
Kcoling, P. Clwomhe-rs,iC. SCOH,
PURPLE 81 WHITE
Jacobson 8: Rooney
Row l: A. Borooer, Y. Garrison,
B. Sfoxslell, Miss Rooney, Mr. Jo-
cobson, G. Bosley, K. Sloan. Row
2: Q. Beasley, E. Ferguson, D.
Kic.s, E. Kelly, J, Simplcins, C. Ben-
nell, J. Kidd, E. Bynum, D. Davis
A. Roberls, B. Smiili, D, Boiclvelol,
J. Molsby, E. Miller. Row 3: Y,
Pleosonf, B.. Ross, M. I-Iorris, B.
Byrd, B. Pomon, I. Jones, M. I-Ionf,
M. Upclwrclw, J. Burrell, L. King,
J. Smiili, J. Williams, N. Ccrrer,
L. Fields. Row 4: M. Morrison, C.
Scolf, D. Gore, G. Keeling, I.
Leonord, P. Collios, I-I. Word, J.
Losley, l. Korngool, W. Jones, I.
Simmons, J. Smilli, Y. Benneri, D.
Cliombers, Y. Ennis
STUDENT COUNCIL CONCENTRATES
ON ORIENTATION OF FRESHMEN
Lasl semesler Ihe Sludenl Council made an
all oul and Iruiflul ellorl Io orienl lreshmen. This
began wilh a lour of The building and included
comprehensive discussions of The Englewood
lradilion, ils grading syslem, honor poinls,
lunchroom and corridor conduclr.
ln addilion, The Council helped pul over vari-
ous drives and ils commillees, as usual, kepl
conslanlly aclive in lhe way of helping The
school adminislralion bring our The besl in our
Our Srudenl Council also parricipaled in
dislricl, slale, and nalional underlakings in
cooperalion wilh similar organizalions from olher
schools. ll mainlained conlinuous confacl wilh
The enlire sludenl body Ihrough monlhly meel-
ings of Ihe delegales and Irequenl' Ialks Io
This semesler The Sludenl Council is spon-
soring a home Ialenl' show, a sludenl dance.
a drive Io impress upon Ihe sludenl body Ihe
imporlance of The aclivily fund oblained 'rhrough
sales of aclivily Iickels. II' also conducled
Brolherhood Week aclivilies and pul Through ils
annual Clean-Up Campaign.
EXECUTIVE COM M ITTEE
Row I: J. McCur'ris, E. Flefc er,
G. Chambers, Miss O'Reilly, G.
Smilh, S. Jordan, C. Skinner. Row
2: L. Johnson, B. Johnson, Y. Ben-
nell, T. Judkins, L. Brooks, T.
Lewis, P. Chambers, C. Judkins.
STUDENT COUNCIL - Group I
Row I: E, Pender, F. McCallis+er,
A. King, C. O'Reilly, L. I-Iorfon,
E. Flelcher, S, Shannon. Row 2:
V. Varnado, S. Jordan, D. Morgan,
G. Oliver, L. Morgan, S. Williams.
Row 3: B. Alexander, E. Hopkins,
D. Varnado, L, Fields, E. Ali, L.
Collier, A. Payne, F. Kage. Row
4: E, Flemings, R. Wesley, P.
Smifh, J. Russell, J. Anderson, B.
Johnson, L. Polk, J. Jones, M.
STUDENT COUNCIL - Group II
Row I: M. Howard, P. Scoff, A.
Macklin, O'Reilly, M. Johnson, Y,
Garrison, A. Weems. Row 2: B.
Sfoxsfell, P. Wakefield, E. I-learn,
D. Johnson, C, Chesler, M. Man-
ning, W. Williams, J, McCur+is,
C. Burfon, J. Molsby, S. While.
Row 3: W. Washinglon, E. Hen-
dricks, l. I-larrod, L. Chaney, E.
Cooks, J. Smith, F. Jackson, C,
Bennell, B. Armslead, A. Mims,
G, Roberlson, G. Taylor, D. Chap-
man. Row 4: S. Russell, B. Bowen,
C. Judkins, T. Lewis, P. Chambers,
R. Chapelle, G. Keeling, T, Jud-
kins, L. Brooks, Y. Bennelf, D.
Taylor, C. I-lousley, L. Johnson,
R. Armsfrong, I-I. Johnson.
Row I: A. Weems, J. Haygood,
S. Beal, J. Mosby, G. Basley, J.
BaTTle, M. J. Johnson. Row 2: B.
Bogan, S. Green, A. 5Trange, S.
Williams, D. Harris, V. Dodd, S,
Alexander, E. Hearn, M. I-Iarris,
J, Kidd, M. WorThingTon, S. Bar-
Row 3: J. HunTer, P. WakeTield.
H. Thompson, D. Johnson, J. SmiTh.
D. Jones, L. Mosley, L. Ross, F.
Jackson, O, MarTin, D. Powell, J.
Robinson, G. SrniTh, C. Davis.
Row 4: A. Phillips, C. Chandler,
J. Wells, H. LamberT, J. Morgan,
P. Chambers, B. Allen, R. Johns
son, J. Anderson, B. Archer, M.
Morrison, S. Johnson, C. Williams,
J. Williams, Y. Taylor.
Row I: R. Jackson, A. Weems, C.
Skinner, C, O'Reilly, M. Washing-
Ton, A. Love, J. ForTier. Row 2.
B. Thomas, B. MarTin, C. Slay, E.
STewarT, G. Bowman, C. WhiTseTT,
A. AverharT, IE. Chukes, D. PresTon.
Row 3: J. I-Iunler, C. McCalIisTer,
E. Kelly, D. Orr, L. Goodrich, L.
Johnson, G. Srnifh, D. Varnado,
E. Bynum, E. Hearn. Row 4: G.
WaTkins, E. Cooks, M. Richardson,
V. Daniels, T. Lewis, C. Housley,
E. Campbell, L. Brooks, Y, Ben-
neTT, P. Chambers, C. ScoIT, C,
Jones, M. Morrison, C. Bankhead.
A, Goldberg, J, Green, L.
Powell, C. Hudson, P. Wakefield,
H. Basley, E. McMoore, Row 2:
SmiTh, D. CarTer, M. Burn-Q, T.
Miller, Mrs. Helen MfGovurn, J,
Coleman, M. Wilson, C. Whil
Taker. Row 3: I, Harrod, W. Hilrr
bler, Gr. RoberTson, C. Knighl,
M. Morrison, J, Barrett. A. Price,
Bernard Bowen, F. Jackson. Row
4: J. Morgan, J. Washrnglon, D.
Taylor, H. Hardwick, H, P'-rnell,
M. Crhoslon, Y, BenneTT, R. John-
JUNIOR CLERKS GET
Sponsored by Miss MaThauser, The group
known as Junior clerksfgive clerical and Typing
service in The various oTTices oT The school. This
has a double value, Tor in addiTion Ta The serv-
ice renderled iT provides pracTicol experience
Tor The members OT The group. There are aT
presenT abouT 60 aT Them, and They are highly
regarded ThroughouT The school.
Molsby, B. MaThauser.
M, WorThingIon, S.
JUNIOR RED CROSS BUSY AS EVER
Our 'rniToTTl1e Jnnior Red Cross was happily aclive lr sl
serr:esTor' in a number oT ways. IT made nuT cups and
Trays Tor veTeran's hospilals. IT collecTed more Than TOO
J.nior Red Cross boxes, Tirled by various divisions, Tor
shipmenT To xchool children abroad. IT was represenled
al The nnorT'ri, mr.-4:Tings oT The Chicago chapler of The
Junior Red Cross. And iTs own members carried Through
many proTiTable discrssions aT Their own manThly
This semrrslerls schedrle aT acIiviTies Tor our J.R.C.
brys and girls inadffs The annral Junior Red Cross
membership drive and puTTing over a pen-pal proiecT
ioinT y will: The English DooarTmenT. IT also inclsdes Two
olner ioinr rrnderTakings: The making and shipmenl OT
wooden Toys, eTc., wiTh The cooperaTion oT wood shop
ulasses, and The making and shipmenT oT' chidrenls clolh
ing wilh The cfroperaTion aT Tho clofhing classes,
san, J. Hopson.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Row I: K. Sloan, M, Green, O,
Beasley, Miss Groal, J. McFall,
E. Downey, A. Goldberg. Row 2:
M. Harris, E. B. Kelly, J. Sinnplsins,
Y. Plecisanl, E. Summers, E. Ho, C.
Nelson. Row 3: E. Hendricks, IZ.
Jackson. A, Krumins, R. Johnson,
M. Ghoslon, W. Cavens, C. Scoll,
E. Gunlher, L, King, D. Czarnilc.
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Williams, Weisman, While, TI-nom
Row I: E. Adams, S. Barnell, K.
Thom, G. Williams, M. Weisman,
H. While, S. Morrison, Row 2:
E. Hopkins, C. Branch, R. Foulkes,
G, Smilh, I-I. Thompson, G. Mc-
Lendon, A. Bellamy, R. Engelsen,
K. I-Io. Row 3: lvl. Wilson, E. Bere
ry, D, Powell, A. Anderson, P.
Jackson, L. Fields, A. Mirns, J,
Tale, K. Scoll, J. Fleming, E. Ross,
M. Frosl, E. Press. Row 4: L. Col-
lier, M. Quinn, C. Williams, C.
Kelley, R. Foullres, D. Taylor, H.
Hardwick, K. Finlcle, J. Hawkins,
A. Rirnanich, F. James, D. John-
son, H. Johnson, J. Barrell.
38 HONOR SOCIETY
Row I: Y. Irons, R. Richie, E.
I-learn, Hazel Gay, J. Molsby, L.
Curry, l, Givins. Row 2: H. Dan-
iels, N. Jones, W. Ivlilchell, F. Mil-
ler, R. Chavez, M, Hunl, M. Up-
church, F. Halle, M. Woolloll, N.
Carler, D. Dixon.
Row I: F. Remezas, S, Wliile, G.
Wallcins, Mrs. Reel, K. Sloan, D.
Beasley, A. Weems, E. McMoare.
Row 2: B. Davenporl, A. Herlberl,
J. McFall, P. Johnson, J. Molsby,
C. Whillalcer, C, Buller, S. Smilh,
B. Allen, B. Sfoxslell, Z. Slansell,
C. Skinner. Row 3: O, Beasley, G,
Taylor, F. Cunningham, C. Davis,
Z. Berry, C. Bennell, A. Ridgel,
C. Judlcins, E, I-Io, E. Travis, D.
Carler, D. Polls, L, Kincade, E.
Downey. Row 4: E. Kelly, D. Phil-
lips, B. Sims, B. I-lines, B. Welasler,
D. Czarnilc, J. Borrell, L. Hamp-
lon, B. McKinney, C. Davis, E.
Gunlher, M. Davis, L. Mcllall, M.
VV'ilson, M. Harris, O. Balleasl.
HONOR SOCIETIES DO THINGS AND GO PLACES
Besides parTicipaTing in Their impressive, colorTuI, and dramaTic ioinT I-lonor
SocieTy Assembly once a year, The various honor socieTies have programs oT special
acTiviTies all Their own. The ZA I-lonor SocieTy, Tor example, had a ChrisTmas parTy
IasT semesTer and saw Cinerama aT The Palace TheaTre. This semesTer The group
will be Talcen by iTs sponsor, Miss Thom, on a visiT To o TV sTudio To observe Televi-
sion in acTion "behind The scenes."
The 3B Honor SocieTy, under The sponsorship OT Mrs. Gay, gave a buTTeT sTyIe
luncheon Tor iTs members IasT semesTer. This group also had a ChrisTmas parTy and
saw Cinerama aT The Palace TheaTre. U
Among The acTiviTies in which The NaTional I-lonor SocieTy, under The guidance
oT iTs sponsor, Miss GroaT, Toolc parT in recenT monThs are scholarship assemblies in
May. I953, and January, I954, The voice oT Democracy conTesT, The Herald-American
hisTory conTesT, and The American Legion oraTorical conTesT,
THE FORUM KEEPS ABREAST OF PUBLIC ISSUES
'Should The UniTed STaTes share iTs miliTary secreTs? This was one oT The Topics
Taken up Tor discussion by The Forum IasT semesTer. OThers were: The moral crisis oT
Teen-agers in America, sTudenT sTandards aT Englewood I-ligh School, and should
we share aTom bomb secreTs wiTh our allies.
I-leading The lisT oT subiecTs To be aired aT sessions OT The Forum The presenT
semesTer is The auesTion: Are I8-year olds Too young To voTe? OTher quesTions
scheduled Tor consideraTion by This public-spiriTed group include The Tollowing:
Should high school sTuclenTs be required To sTudy a Toreign language? Should we
have universal miliTary Training? Should capiTal punishmenT be abolished?
This semesTer Mr. GaiTher Toolc over The sponsorship oT The Forum Trom Mrs.
Reel, a veTeran oT many years in ThaT capaciTy.
Row I: C. ArringTon, J. Simplcins,
L. Johnson, G. Roberfson, B. Bar-
ber, J. Crozer, I-I. Thompson. Row
2: O. MarTin, M. Lee, F. Jackson,
L. Jones, A, Phillips, J. Lee, J.
SmiTh, W. Hibbler, B. Kline. Row
3: J. Price, M. WoolTorl:, M. Har-
ris, V. Daniels, A. I-lampTon, C.
ScaTT, M. Morrison, M. Hoocl, B.
WashingTon. Row 4: J. Morgan,
D. Gore, R. Johnson, G. Keeling,
M. GhosTon, I-I, Pernell, D. SUT-
Ton, H. Hardwick, Y. Benr1eTT, P.
VOICES OF THE
Raw I: K. Sloan, A. Branch, P.
Burlcs, Mrs. Firnh, I. Luclrey, M.
Curry, R. Sevilla-Bey. Row 2: O.
Balreasl, C. Ramsey, C. Seay, B.
Williams, D. Roy, C. Chesler, M.
Harris, C. Nelson. Row 3: Y. Pleas-
anr, L. McEall, E. Brown, R. Jacli-
son, R. Thurman, I-I. Ward, J.
Borom, J. Williams.
TH E ELUCI DATO RS
Row I: G. Woshingron, M. Allen,
D. Chapman, B. J. Fiich, A. I-Iolr,
M. Murphy, Y. Frazier. Row 2: B,
Bagan, M. Mosely, M, Washing-
Ion, C. Ford, W. Morgan, J. Ricar-
do, S. Johns, E. Jackson, A. Srolces,
G. Vinson. Row 3: L. Thompson,
C. I-lill, R. Johnson, W. Moss, I-I.
Pernell, M. Polch, D. Androzzo,
L. Cowan, C. Sloll, P. Chambers,
Row I: D. Murphy, J. I-lohfmon, J.
Johnson, Mrs. Filch, D. Carfer,
J. Whillalcer, 6. Whalen. Row 2:
E. Cunningham, B. Forbes, J. Al-
Ien, E. Brannon, B. Welosler, G.
Woshinglon, O. Baxrer. Row 3:
J. Oliver, L. Jones, J. Williams,
J. Phillips, D. Comer, P. I-Ierring,
D. Evans, I. Jones, M. Aflas,
SENIOR ORATORICAL SOCIETY
Row I: M. Casey, M. Brown, W.
Samuels, Mrs. Pifch, S. Bryonl, L.
Boalner, C. Adams. Row 2: M,
Elanagan, C. Arringlon, E. Hen-
dricks, M. McFadden, C. Judlcins.
R. Mollhews, M. I-Iood, C. Joclc-
son, O. Balleasl, C. Whillalcer.
Row 3: D. Androzzo, M. Marlcs, C.
Ford, A. Rowe, lvl. Cvhosfon, R.
Barneif, W, Sherrill, J. O'Neal, B.
Eirzgerald, L, Rivers. J. Price.
PUBLIC SPEAKING GROUPS REPRESENTED
IN IMPORTANT CONTESTS
In addilion lo carrying on lheir lull program of aclivilies as bolh classes
and clubs, lhe public spealcing groups, under The guidance and sponsorship
of Mrs. Filch, lasl semesler senl seven conleslanls lo lhe l.l-I.S.A. dislricl
speech conlesls and one la an American Legion oralorical conlesl.
SOMETHING NEW AT ENGLEWOOD
Somelhing new in our midsl is lhe Englewood Cilizenship Commillee, which
was organized lasl semesler wilh Miss Graaf as ils chairman. Made up ol bolh
leachers and sludenls, Ihis highly aclive group is divided inlo a number of
sub-commillees. Each ol Ihese smaller unils is headed by a leacher.
The purpose al: lhe Cilizenship Commillee is lo encourage lhe developrnenl
of habils ol good cilizenship. Among lhe elemenls ol good conducl slressed
are respecl for public properly, promplness and reliabilily in school allendance,
cleanliness and courlesy in The lunchroom, corridors, audilorium, and class-
rooms, and proper regard 'lor Ieachers and 'fellow sludenls.
Row I: 3. Vccco. B. Allen, J. Bar-
rell, B. J. Filch, 6. Taylor, A.
Churchill, J. Woodhouse. Row 2:
A. Prayor, F. Marshall, A. Bradley,
L. S+. James, G. Miles, C. Byrd,
J. Calhoun, L. Donegan.
Lell lo Righl-Row I: P. Cham-
bers, D, Carler, G. Carrulhers, L.
Fields, B. McKinney, T. Judlrins.
Row 2: S. Dupree, Mr. Johnson,
E. I-Iarris, Mrs. Ooylcaas. J. A.
Smilh, Miss Williams, E. Camp'
bell, Miss Graaf, I-I. I-Iardwiclx,
Mr. Slone, L. Racler.
DRAMA CLU B
I Englewood Playersl
Row I: R, Scoll, C. Adams, E.
Hearn, ll. D. Ledbeller, G. Smilh,
B. Vacco, B. Skinner. Raw 2: M.
Harris, J, Smiih, W. Foslor, J.
Adkins, C. Judlcins, C. Bennell, G.
Norris, M. Wilson. Row 3: M. Da-
vis, D. Roclcwell, S. Johnson, D.
Gore, L. Williamson, R. Wood-
berry, H. Hardwick, W. Pearson.
Row I: V. Harmon, L. Sfralton, J.
Williams, Mr. F. Neumann, A.
Benlon, J. Green, D. Murphy. Row
2: V. Simmons, M. Baplisfe, C.
Blaclr, R, Walker, S. Wheeler, A.
Usher, S. Green, B. Bagan, Row 3:
D. Thomas, F, Woclcing, E. Hope
Icins, D, Carier, G. Courlney, M.
Green, D. Willis, C. Bennerf, G.
Chambers, H. Daniels, E. Phipps,
S, Jorreil, E. Slrewarr, K. Ho, M.
I-Iall. Row 4: E. Phipps, L. Chaney,
M. Poindexier, F, Smilh, D. Burl
J. Price, N.
J. Boggs, C.
deife, I. Moman, D.
Peebles, J. Anderson,
Parhom, G. Crossley,
Banlchead, M, Davis,
Row I: C. Adams, J.
Carier, G. Goldman.
D. Briil, J. Sfrallon. Row 2: R.
Chavez, C. Scanlan, If. Beard, T,
Bradford, M. Moses, T. Brown, E.
Hopson, C. Fair, M. Reams, W.
Fosler. Row 3: D. Taylor, P. Cole
Iias, F. Jones, F. Brown, R. Porlef,
K. Finlcle, I. Korngool, T. Leonard,
W. Jones, J. Barrell, E. Johnson
G. V. Whiie
Row IZ L, Slrollan, J. Molsby, C.
Burlan, Mrs. G. V, While, C.
Hoiisley, M, Craig, A. Siranger
Row 2: I-I. Daniels, E. Jones, Ai
Valliani, N. Carier, B. Websler,
M, Jones, M. Wilson, Row 3: M.
Burns, J. Lee, W. Pearson, M. Da-
vis, J. Morgan, V. Johnson, R.
Chavez. S. Knighlen, D. Torrence.
Row 4: R. Gulberl, C. James, G.
Keeling, D. Taylor, J. Smiih, C.
Williams, H. Pernell, L. Green, P.
Collias, W. Campbell, H. Person
J. Washingron, L. Thigpen.
,Wi?f..v . .
ENGLEWOOD PLAYERS PLAN TO
I PRESENT "MOTHER IS A
The Englewood Players look forward Io pre-
senlring "MoIher Is A Freshman," a highly
diver'I'ing play based on a slory by Raphael
David Blau. ThaI's The nexl big evenl' on 'rhe
schedule for Ihe ambilious boys and girls oi
our drama club, sponsored by Mrs. Ledbelfer.
They meer Iwice a week regularly for Iraining.
discussion, and srudy.
MOVIE CLUB PROVIDES MANY
The Movie Club, under Ihe sponsorship of
Mr. Goldman, offers a wide range oi equipmenl'
and various services Io classroom Ieachers. IIs
members operale moiion picrure, slrip film, and
slide proieclors. They operale also Iape re-
corders, a public address syslem. and phono-
graphs. They show films in classrooms. In addi-
+ion Ihey handle slage lighling and srage
properlies for school assemblies and special
group meelings. And fhey give Ieachers guid-
ance in Ihe use of audio-visual aids Io educalion.
OUR BAND OFFERS
PRACTICAL TRAINING FOR
The Englewood Band, dire-cred by Mr. Zlalnik,
is al once a special aciivily and a regular parl
of our curriculum. .
Boys and girls who enroll in band classes re-
ceive inslruclion in inslrumenlal music for voca-
Iional and avocalional purposes. Beginning
pupils are given individual guidance. More
advanced sludenls are given ensemble Training.
The bond as a unir plays al gradualion ex-
ercises and olher assemblies.
BAND, GROUP II
Row I: I-I 7ln+niIv, R. Dubose, C
I-Iasson, E. Johnson, V. Moore, F
Miller, G. Odom, Row 2: I-I
Woods, V. Price, G. Campbell, D
Coleman, B. Young, W. Berry, I-I
Elherly, T. Baughn, W. Woods, K
BAND, GROUP I
Row I: G. Branham, A. Marlin, J
Fleming, I-I. Zlainik, M. I-Iarris
M. Carer. G. Wakefield. Row 2
C. I-Iasson, J. Williams, F. Red
mond, A. I-Iunler, I-I. Bims, T. Arm
W. I-Iorne, L. Rocker, Row 3: M
M. Jones, M. Franklin, B. Ward
S, Leak, W, Armslrong, E. Brad
Iey, V. Parker. V. Robinson, D
Burdeile. Row 4: R. Glover, A
slrang, N. I-Iawkins, A. Summers,
Windham, E. Brown, C. Kelley,
Brown, G. Sreploe, C. Sanders,
B. Johns, J. I-Iawkins, R. Foulkes,
I. Korngool. J. fxlsup, T. Saunders.
-- .JIU S. - I!! Y..
SPANISH CLUB HAS HIGH OBJECTIV
Los Sobresalienles, llhe Spanish Clubl. sponsored by Mrs. Munson was
eslablished in I952 and has a membership of 2I.
IIs main obieclive is Io promole friendship wilh our Lalin-American neigh-
bors. Among lhe aclivilies Ihe club has planned for ilhe Iulure are a visil Io
a Mexican reslauranl for a real Mexican meal and an essay conresl in
Spanish, wilh a scholarship award.
Since January, l953, lhe members ol Los Sobresalienles have parlicipaled
' in meelings ar Tilden ancl Sullivan high schools, have allended a Chrislmas
Iiesla and dance al Ihe Inlernalional I-louse, have lalcen a Irip lo lhe Mexican
seclion of Chicago, have held Their own Iiesla ol roses, and have made records
in Spanish on Ihe schooI's Iape recorder.
Raw I: R. Richie, J. Elarn, B. John-
son, I. Munson, G. Walson, P.
Wakefield, M. Marlinez. Row 2:
E. Hearn, B. Sims, S, I-lucle, B.
Janeway, J. Williams, C. Bennelr,
I G. Smilh. Row 3: M. I-Iarris, J.
Walson, L. Williamson, R. Thomp-
son, J. Moore, J. Bororn, L. Johnson.
LATIN CLUB I
Raw I: C. I-layes, C. Brown, A.
Broughlon, Mrs. I-Iarris, G. Camp-
bell, A. Vaughan, lvl. Reams. Row
J. Hawkins, J. Alsup, J. Dorsey,
V. Robinson, W. Berry, W. Sims.
Row 3: C. Boyd, C. Denman, G.
Sfeploe, D. Garner, J. Gray, E.
Flanagan, G. Kendall, R. Porler,
H AFYYA . W A U H, . , . .
2: R. Follces, M. Sylces, C. Kelley,
ESA "4 if
LATIN CLUB 2
Row l: R. Jackson, S, Green, T
Leonard, E. V, Harris, K. Logan
A. Pierce, l. Giyins. Row 2: L
Srrollon, J. Vinyard, C. Brill, C
Wnilsell, A. Ayerlwarl, D. Clwerry,
D. Penns, W, Milcliell, D. Rowell
D, Plwillips, J. llicacd, 6. Mal-
llwews. Raw 3: A, Croclmll, M.
Manning, M. Burns, L. Jalnnson.
J. Tale, S. Denman, M. Windlnam.
J. Dorsey, J. James, B, Bowen, T,
Niclwols. L. Fields, L. Biiwyd, G.
FRENCH CLUB 3
Les Reveurs Francais
Raw I: A. Love, M. Waslninglan.
Y. Jaclcson. Miss Hnllalcer, L.
Ross, M. Larnberl, E. Ferguson.
Row 21 S. Pelerscfn, R. VVl1iTe A
Wiley, E. Jones, E. Woodson, F.
Miller, l-l. Ricliardsan, G, Roberls
A. Maddox. Row 3: M. Lylce, R.
Arrnslrong, D. Payne, C. Jones G.
Gray. R. Janes, R. Williarrs B
Jackson, J. Lcfron, V, l-lqziglrl, M
Sanders, C. Bryanl.
FRENCH CLUB 2
Rfw I: C. Logan, G. Jenkins, J.
Brazil, V, l-lullalcer, J. Marsliall,
J. l-loiunnan E. McMocro. Row 2:
R. Greene, J. Kidd, l-l. Tnarnpson
-Presidenl, A. Williarns-Direo
lor, A, Psy-ell, M. Frosl J. Cain.
E. Williams. Row 3: D. Slopies,
A. Brelslard. B. Ramon. J. Morqon.
M, Snields, F. Sarnceis, R. Lan-
don, R. Caales C. Miller M.
Liglwlle. J. Bryant, L. Turner, E.
FRENCH CLUB I
ROW l: S, Wlnile, M. Pryor, C.
l-lasson, V. Hnilalcer, R. Kranlz.
M. Murphy, E. Narllninglon. Row
2: C. Judlcins, A. Mirns, M. HOH-
non, L. Banks, L. Mosley T. Wa?-
lcins. Raw 3: J. Thompson. B. Al-
'en, C. Wil ianfis. B. King, M. Gnos-
ron, J. Russell. J. l-lopson,
SHIP OF Mlsgf.
Row I: Cap+. F. James, Maior R
Chappelle, Msg+. R. McGhee, L+.
Col. L. S+. James, Major I-I. Hard-
wiclc. Row 2: L+, J. McCUr+is, Lf
E. Brown, L+. E. I-Iopson, Cap+. I
Crump, L+. M. Mosely, L+. R
Lowe, L+. N. Car+er.
Sg+. C. Kelly, Sg+. F. Redman, S.
F. C. W. Berry, Sg+. Alsup.
DRUM 8: BUGLE GROUP
McGhee 8: ZIc+n,ilc
Row I: L. Bradley, E. Rober+son,
I-I. E. Zla+nilr, Msg+. R. McGhee
Maior R. Chappelle, L+. E. Hop:
son, N. Hawkins. Row 2: V. Price,
E. Jaclcson, A. Brough+on, M.
Smi+h, C. Knigh+en, F. Pa++on. Row
3: T. Ball, W. Arms+rong, A. Sum-
mers, J. Hobson, Wm. Turner, A.
Bradley, K. French, C. McWhor+er.
Our R.O.T.C. boys made +he honor school a+ +he annual +ederaI
inspec+ion in May, I953. This is +he +i++h +irne an Englewood
LJni+ has achieved +he dis+inc+ion since I9I7. Our cade+s also
par+icipa+ed in pla+oon compe+i+ion in November, 1953, and in
Oc+ober'o+ +he same year +hey held +heir +irs+ mili+ary ball. All
+his was done under +he supervision 0+ +heir new head ins+ruc+Or
and sponsor, MfSg+. Roscoe McGhee.
LMA ,VAAM-Minimum VY,,A -M MMMAAA ,,,, , , , ,, , .
R.O.T.C. CRACK RIFLE TEAM
R.O.T.C. COMPANY A
Row I: C. Sfovall, G. Walefield,
J, Brown, K. Dukes, B. Simmons.
Row 2: Capf. F. James, LI. J. Mc-
Curfis, Moior H. Hardwick, M.
Camden, LI. N. Carler, LI. M.
Mosley, Capf. I. Crump. Row 3:
K. Ford, N. Vorlenberry, B. Beach,
R. Osborn, T. Scofl, J. McGinnis.
M. Calernan, L. Palmer, A.
Vaughan, W. Cain, H. Eiberly, R.
Engleson, C. Perkins. Row 4: L.
Whileside, S. Marlin, T. James,
V. Robinson, C. Ray, L. Prince, C.
Pierre, J. Edwin, J. Smilh, G. Har-
ris, W. Fosier, B. Wealhersby, J.
Hawkins, S. Leak. Row 5: L. Lee,
A. Pinckney, T. Brady, P. Bibbs,
T. Arson, R. Johnson, J. Lasley, J.
Sfevens, G. Gibson, E. Wealher-
spoon, R, Waodberry, Wm. Schell,
C. Massey, R. Lighlle, R. Marlin.
R.O.T.C. SPECIAL DRILL TEAM
Row I: L. Palmer, M. Windbam,
J. Tale, R. McGhee, T. Scoff, W.
Berry, F. Redmond. Row 2: R. Hen-
derson, G. Campbell, R. Foulkes,
W. Fosler, J. I-Iawkins, C. Kelley.
J. Cook. Row 3: J. Erwin, R. John-
son, J. Lasley, G. Gibson, H.
Brooks, A. Pinckney, J. Alsop.
R.O.T.C. COMPANY B
Row I: E. Brown, L. Sf. James, R.
McGee, R. Camden, R. Lowe. Row
2: J. Fosler, C. Cusic, J. While,
O. Johnson, S. Boney, S. Foreman,
D. Morgan, H. Carler. Row 3: W.
Thorne, T. Grant B. Smifh, E.
Beard, H. Williams, M. Edwards,
V. Fleming, L. Smilh, H. Johnson.
D. Coleman. J. Cook, W.A.rmsfrong.
Row 4: D. Roberis, R. Henderson,
O. Alexander, N. Brown, W. Glos-
pi, C. Adams, T. Harlfield, H.
Calhey, A. Pience, R. Smith, R.
Foulkes, D. Wilkerson, T. Bradford.
1 il .P
K AT SPORTS
Cross-CounTry Team Carries OFF
,CiTy Championship For Third Time
In Four Years
For The Thircl Tim '
e in The pasT Tour years
Englewood won The CiTy Cr
pionship lasT Tall. In dual-meeT compeTiTion, our
boys cleTeaTecl Du Sable, Parker, Dunbar, Phil-
lips, WescoTT, Crane, and Manley, buT were
beaTen by Bloom T
ownship OT Chicago l-leighTs,
AusTin, Lane, and Sichurz.
When The chips were down h
, owever, Engle-
wood meT The chall
enge oT AusTin, Lane. and
Schurz. ond carried OTT T
op honors in The
Championship MeeT. Our Team Then represenTed
The Chicago area in The STaTe MeeT aT Urbana.
BUT unTorTunaTely Percy Brown ancl AnThony
Mason, our Two besT runners, were spiked clur-
ing a iam near The sTarT OT The race. Brown's
iniury lcepT him ouT oT compeTiTion Tor The resT
oT The season, buT Mason recovered soon
enough To parTic' ' '
ipaTe and Finish Third in The
Sun-Times MeeT. This gave our Team Third
place in ThaT meeT.
Our winning scorers in The CiTy Championship
MeeT were Percy Brown, Zdq AnThony Mason
6Th1 Donald Jenkins, l6Th, Theodore Saunders,
I9Th, and James Ashley, 3lsT.
For The T954 indoor and ouTdoor Track aggre-
gaTion, Coach QuanT has had To recruiT a group
oT under-classmen To Take The place oT some oT
Englewood's beTTer Track perTormers who have
noT Tound iT possible To come ouT Tor Training
because oT aTTereschooI employmenT.
AnThony Mason and Theodore Saunders should
do well in The mile run and Thomas Brown is ex-
pecTed To make a good showing in The 440
race. OT The new boys, Eugene FounTaine, Leon-
ard Williamson, EllioT McNeal, Donald McClain,
RoberT Johnson, and Reginald Jones have made
The besT Time in pracTice. Roscoe King, in The
shoT puT, and Donald PorTer and L. V. Morrow,
in The high iump, should prove worThy repre-
senTaTives. A Tew oThers also may develop inTo
good perTormers as The season progresses.
The Same Old STory
Our baseball picTure has noT improved This
season over The general paTTern seT during The
pasT Tew years. Boys wiTh previous baseball
experience are noT enrolling aT Englewood. As
a resulT our sTanding in The secTional league is
poor. In T953 we won Two games and losT Twelve.
Team Shows GreaT lmprovemeni' Under
Coach Yamada's Guidance
For The second consecuTive year Englewood
sTarTed The TooTball season wiTh a new coach.
Our laTesT gridiron mentor, Yoshio Yamato, was
assigned To our school in February, l953. To
him Thus Tell The Tough Task oT developing a good
Team Tor The I953 season Trom unTried candi-
doTes. Only TourTeen boys, a large proporTion
oT Them subsTiTuTes, reTurned Trom The T952
squad. A veTeran lineman, William Cavens,
was chosen capTain. To build up The Team
FOOTBALL TEAM, FALL-I953
Row I: E. SmiTh, J. Ward, F. WhiTe, R. TaTe, Y. Yamada Tcoachl, C. Brooks, E.
Wilchex L. Avcnce lMgr.l. Row 2: F. Marshall, A. Clay, P. DuFauchard, H. PaTTer-
R l-TRrnBl-lrlGTcn Ro3JSellW
son, C. MarTin, A. owe, . e so, . en , .. u . w : . we , .
Cavens, R. Brooks, H. Fernell, M. PaTch, J. Pyburn, G. Myles, R. King, T. Judkins,
W. Moss A. Despenza.
Coach Yamada recruiTed a goodly number oT
under-classmen and puT Them Through an inTene
sive Training in TooTball TundamenTals. By The
end -oT The season, consequenTly, our gridders
were beginning To give a respecTable accounT OT
Themselves: and nexT season They should, ac-
cording To all indicaTions, bring home several
ln I953 They beaT only FarraguT-by a score
oT 6 To O. Our Team was deTeaTe'd by Bowen..
20-Op by Parker, 6-Og by Du Sable, 24--Og by
Hyde Parlc, l2-O. and by Harper, 2l-I8.
Frosh-Soph QuinTeT Ties Lindblom
For SecTional Third Place
ln baslceTball our Teams have done jusT abouT
whaT was anTicipaTed aT The beginning aT The
T953-54 season. Our varsiTy aggregaTion won
Three games and losT ThirTeen. lTs wealcness was
due largely To The inabiliTy oT Coach SchiTT To
Tind Top-noTch replacemenTs Tor'his Two sTars
aT The previous year, Willie Jones and Donald
Nash, who graduaTed in June, l953. Our Trash-
soph baslceTeers, however, had no such handicap.
And Their record Tor The l953-54 season shows
iT. VicTors Twelve Times and losers only Tour,
They Tied Lindblom Tor Third plcae in The sec-
Tional sTanding. FurThermore, in The TirsT play-
OTT game They deTeaTed The powerTul Trosh-soph
Tive Tram McKinley High 68-53.
In The quarTer Tinals our Trosh-soph lads losT
To Wells by a score aT 50 To 47, The all-season
record oT These boys, however, bodes well Tor our
varsiTy Team nexT year, since They will con-
sTiTuTe iTs nucleus.
, i A A .. ,
Row I: B. Allen, L. Worrell, R.Tl1ompson, J, Ross, O. Denson, Row
2: T, Simmons, P. Broolcs, D. Porler, L. Kincode, L. Boller, C, Rld-
dick, A. Rowe, W. Morgan. Row 3: P. Colllos, J. Chlnn, D. Sulfon,
R, Moylleld, G. Kendall, W. Goodrnon, T, Jodlcins, R. Jones, R,
Neal, G. Miles, R. Brown, G. Uslwer, J. l-lorlon, L. Schiff.
. . A I - - - -. V ' -
Row I: T. Brown, T. Sounders, J. Borrell, B. Word, J, Sherman, W,
kr S kes Row 2 L Morrow D Jenklns J Aslnle D Por-
Rece,M.v. :. ,. ,. y,.
fer, H. Brooke, G, Slepfoe, P. Brown, R. Reeves, P. Brooks, A. Moson,
G. A. A.
Girls Taughi' To PUT Ideals lnTo PracTice
The obiecTives oT The G.A.A. lGirls AThleTic
AssociaTionl are always worTh repeaTing. They
are: Ta sTimulaTe inTeresT in girls' aThleTics and
To encourage and promoTe The applicaTion OT
The highesT ideals aT sporTsmanship, good ciTizen-
ship, and cooperaTive eTTorT.
Miss Fern Taylor, The currenT G.A.A. sponsor,
has been serving in ThaT capaciTy since S'epTem-
ber, I953, and will conTinue To do So unTil June,
IQ54. The oTTicers OT The AssociaTion This semesTer
are: PresiclenT, Miriam Morrison: Vice PresidenT,
Yvonne BenneTT: SecreTary, Jo Frances Beckham:
Treasurer, Olivia Beasely: SergeanT-aT-arms,
ElizabeTh Thompson: PubliciTy Chairman, MyrTle
l-larris: Program Chairman, l-laTTie Thompson.
AcTiviTies Since January, i953
Cf.A.A. acTiviTies since January, l953, include
a "welcome To Treshmen" assembly: The 500
Club pledge weelc, during which new members
were pledged Tor The 500 Club: a roller slcaTing
parTy Tor all members: play day, during which
The 500 Club girls were hosTs To girls Tram an-
oTher school Tor a day oT Tun: acTiviTies parTy,
which Toolc in a special aTTair Tor each grade
level: Tormal iniTiaTion aT 500 Club members: a
luncheon Tor graduaTing members oT 500 Club:
The elecTion oT oTTicers.
500 Club Members Earn 500 PoinTs
The 500 Club consisTs oT girls who have earned
500 poinTs Toward The l,000 poinTs required To
aTTain The much coveTed LeTTer Award. These
girls consTiTuTe The conTrolling board OT The
G.A.A. They plan and organize acTiviTies Tor
The enTire G.A.A. membership. Also. They carry
Through special acTiviTies oT Their own, such as
The pledging and iniTiaTion OT new members,
splash parTies, play days, and luncheons Tor
Plans For Fu'Ture
As The Purple and WhiTe goes To press, The
G.A.A. is planning To puT Through a waTer bal-
leT during one aT iTs swimming periods and a
play day Tor 500 Club members. Along wiTh
This iT is concenTraTing on The mainTenance oT
IOOCXO membership oT all girls in The gym classes.
Girls Gym Instructors Enjoy Luncheon
Leif lo righl-Firsl Row: G. Who-
len, S. While, G. Solley, J. Wol-
Ioce, A, I-lorden. Second Row: M,
Green, G. Taylor, V. Morlin, I.
Horrod, M. Srnilh.
Joy 8: F. Taylor
Row I: C. Logon, I. Giyins, J
Vineyard, Miss Joy, M. Akridge,
G. Wholen, A. Goldberg. Row 2:
B. Sfoxsfell, B. Allen, E. Berry, J.
Beclchorn, P. I-lellrori, D. Phillips
0. Beosley, S. Morrison. Row 3:
G. Roberlson, M, I-lorris, M
Woods, Y. Bennett, C. Scolf, M
Morrison, E, Thompson, H. Thomp-
son. IC. Bennel noi in piclwrel
AT G.A.A. PARTY
GYM LEADERS AND
Row I: G. Jenlcin, Y. Miller, B.
Sirns, Miss Joy I-l. Thompson, I-I.
Weofherspoon, S. Normond. Row
2: E. Berry, E. Summers, M. Lee,
M. Loclney, L, Thompson, F, Sorn-
uels, J. Allen, D. Roy, D. Edwards.
Row 3: R. Brewer, S. Pelerson, P.
Polferson, P. Glenn, B. Jackson,
K. Lolces, P. Norrnond, E. Person,
E. Williorns. Row 4: S. Sieglee, O.
Boxfer, P. Venlee, E. Burroughs,
O. Pornell, S. Johnson, M. Shields,
L. While, E. Price, A. Wilson, C.
Buick, A. Anderson, P. Jones, E,
Phipps, R. Allred,
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GYM SECRETARIES-Group I
Row l: C, Williams, M. Akridge,
M. Criddell, G. A. Jay, E. Flelcher,
J. Cable, C. Jefferies, S. Morrison,
Row 2: R. Greene, G. Sewell, F.
Cunningham, C. Burlon, J. Price.
Row 3: A, Price, E. Manuel, M.
Samuels, K. Ho, E. Lockharl, M.
Sneed, E. Cooks, J. Jones, C.
Scoll, B. Dilworlh, H, Hockaclay,
C. Miller. Row 4: L. Jones, D.
Shields, G. Taylor, O. Bennell.
GYM SECRETARIES-Group 2
Row I: P. Normand, C. Means, J.
Forlier, M. Allen, R. Jackson, C.
Isaac, Y. Miller. Row 2: H. He-
berl, R. Hawkins, A. Toliver, C.
Slephens, E. Bowie, l. Giyins. Row
3: E. Samuel, C. Planl, I.. Curry,
M. Worlhingfon, D. McAfee, C.
Branch, S. Smilh, E. Roberson, D.
Chapman, l. Height Row 4: L.
Scolf, D. McGee, E, Holmes. M.
Hunf, F. Samuels, E. Johnson, lvl.
Burns, L, Collier.
Row I: R. Jackson, S. Morrison,
E, Berry, J. Vinyard, Y. Garrison,
N. Slrallon, M. Armslrong. Row
2: S. Normand, E. Davis, H. T.
Thompson, E, Summers, M. Harris,
B. Healh, E. Campbell, P. Faye,
N. Ford, M, Gray, F. Samuels, M.
Pifchford, G. Sewell, C. Rose.
Row I: S. Normand. J. Woods,
D. Cherry, G. Halch, A. Wiley,
P. Wilson, D. Chapman, H. He-
berl. Row 2: C. Rose, H. Wealher-
spoon, G. Washinglon, E. Sum-
mers, E. Slreeler, D, Calhoun, D.
Ray, C. May, B. Bagan, G. A. Joy,
E. Bynum. Row 3: R. Wrighf, M.
Harris, C. Scoll, V, Daniels, Y.
Bennelr, C. Gaunll, G. Bellon, R.
Russell, U. Lee, D. Cole,
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TWO GROUPS THAT RENDER
Two groups Ihal render indispensable service in Jrhe girls physical educalion
deparimenf are The Girls Gym Secreiaries and ihe Gym Leaders. The firs+ of
Ihese groups was organized in l93O and now has IOO members. Serving as
assislanis in gym offices, Ihey handle records, Iype, Tile and do general clerical
worlc. They malre poslers for bulleiin boards, Ialce care of aihleiic equipmeni.
and run errands. All 'rhis is nor only a greal help Io Ihe physical educaiion
deparimeni. II is of much value also Io The girls Themselves in Ihai ii gives
Ihem a wide range of pracrical experience and inculcaies in 'rhem such good
habiis as prompiness, dressing nearly and approprialely, couriesy, and nor
chewing gum while ai worlc.
Among Ihe underralcings Ihis group plans Io carry Ihrough in Ihe Tuiure are
The organizarion of a gym secrelaries' club and Ihe giving of a Chrislmas pariy.
Gym Leaders Help Referee Games
The second of Ihe groups, Ihe Gym Leaders, consisis mainly of girls who
plan ro become physical ed. ins+ruc+ors. Their chief aciiviry is helping referee
games. Their uniform consisis of a while shiri and purple shorrs. The service
poinls Ihey receive counl foward borh a G.A.A. 500 Club Emblem and a school
Miss Joy. head oi Ihe Girls Gym Deparimenl, is sponsor of boih The groups.
Row I: M, Birns, K. Sloan, J. Vine
yard, Miss Joy, V. Dodd, M. Woo-
len, Y. Garrison. Row 2: E. Rode
gers, M, Worihingron, B, Rodgers,
M. Srnilh, D. Willis, C. Scoil, L
Johnson, D. Cherry, I-I. Wealhere
spoon, J. Mosby, S, Nnrmand.
Row 3: D. Ray, L. Goadriclc, B.
Gordon, D, Doughly, V. Daniels,
N. Lee, L. King, B. Allen, E. Surn-
mers, E. Milier, M. Green.
FRESHMAN and SOPHOMCJRE
FALL SEMESTER: SEPTEMBER, I953-JANUARY, I954
Row I: J. Pickens, R. Couiey, Y
Nfred, J. Z. Jacobson, M. Cogs
viII, A. Wosh, C. Srnifh. Row 2
B, Boyer, C. Cook, I-I. Robinson
R, Rondoii, W. Robinson, R. Glo
ver, G. Cooper, L. Smiih, M. Rich
ordson, R. Cole, F. Jones,
Row I: D. Lee, I-I. Wiilioms, E
Barker, G. Whife, I-I. Tillman, V
Vornodo, L. BorreiI. Row 2: C
Ellis, I-I. E+herIy, E. Prirnous, I-I
Boiing, V. I-IozIeH, V. Porker, J
MogweIher, B. Siei, R. WiIIis, P
Siinson, E. Jones, C. Anderson.
Row I: Cv, SIoppey, J. Monfgorn
ery, R. TeosIey, R. Boozer, G. D
RobIey, R. Rowe, S. Poe. ROW 2
W. J. Roweeff, E. Thompson,
Foir, G. Longford, J. Jones,
I-Ioynes, D. Worreii, L. Lucky.
Row I: S. Cobb, J, Decoud, A
Byrd, M. Reinmullw, S, Bornefl, M.
Wollaer, E. Richmond. Row 2: M.
Sneed, I, Demns, L. Fields, G. Slne -
lon, B. Luslc, C. Fuller, V. Moore.
S. Cloy. Row 3: V. Corbbins, L.
Rlwem, W. Slrns, R, Wolnwrlglwlh
B, Joclcson, I-I. Lloyd, D. Scoll,
J, Wellf,, J. Williams, B. Williams
Row I: E. Pender, J, Lee, C. Dlxon
Miss Wlweeler, G. Willloms, l
Miller, G. Moclclin, Row 2: R. To
fum, D. Corler, C. I-Iopes, l. Wll
son, A. I-lorrls, E. Newson, B. Mo
son, S. Jorrelf, Row 3: C. Brown,
M. Specrrnon, E. Payne, I-l. John
son, T. Brewer, C. Scanlon, M
Pilclwford. S. Riley, E. Gordon.
Row I: M. Wesl, B. Knox, S. Wil
liorns, B. Sfone, B. Woshlnglon, S,
Wlwife, D, Woslm. Row Z: C, Barge,
J. Jones, D. Brill. L. Goodrlclw, W.
Brewer, J, Brodslwow, A. Jcnef, J
Snnoll, Row 3: P. Pulley, A. Sum
mers, J. Anderson, D, Porler, L
Alford, P. Blbbs, R, Porler, J. Sew
ell, S. Bloclcson, S, Lewls,
Row I: S. Bornell, E. Adornsg T
Leonord. J. Fernando, D, Preslon
S. Thompson, J. Coble, Row 2
C. Brill, G. I-loyes, R. Engelson
C. Tubbs, G. Phillips, G. Scales
Row 3: B. Davies, E, Newell, M
Marlin, N. Woiciolc, J. I-lowkins
L, Bronclw, M. Woodard, S. Troy
Fall Semesier, I953-54
LCTT To righT-FirsT row: B. Sims,
Secy.: S. WhiTe, Program Chair-
man: l-laTTie Thompson, Pres. Sec-
ond row: H. Hardwicke, SgT-aTA
Arms: Mrs. S. Reel, Sponsor: J.
BarreTT, V. Pres.
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Probably The iunior year is The happiesT
one Tor mosT high school sTudenTs. The TirsT
year is Tilled wiTh exciTemenT and wonder
buT also wiTh doubTs.. selT-consciousness,
and bewildered groping. The second year
brings more selT-assurance, buT during ThaT
year a boy or girl is sTill an under-classman,
sTill a child. s+iII uncerTain as To whaT di-
recTion To Take educaTionally and oTher-
wise. The TourTh year is, oT course, won-
derTul in various ways. During This culmin-
aTing period, however, sTudenTs - espe-
cially oT The ThoughTTul Type - are likely
To be greaTly concerned wiTh The quesTion:
WhaT nexT, whaT shall I do aTTer gradu-
aTion7 The Third year in a high school
sTudenT's liTe is less laden wiTh doubTs and
concerns Than 'eiTher The Two preceding
ones or The one ThaT Tollows.
The iunior is quiTe grown up. l-le is be-
ginning To have a mind oT his own. A boy
or girl in ThaT year Teels, and righTly so,
ThaT he or she is no longer a mere child.
A iunior is on The TirsT rung oT The ladder
oT adulThood. A iunior Teels aT home in
high school. l-le has crossed The imporTanT
line beTween underfclassmen and upper.
l-le has decided on whaT course oT sTudy Toi
specialize in. A iunior has begun To daTe.
A junior is on a beTTer, more undersTanding
basis wiTh Teachers and Tellow-sTudenTs
Than sophmores and Treshmen. Ahead lies
The exciTemenT and drama OT The senior
year. BUT meanwhile The Third-year sTu-
denT does noT have To make The big deci-
sions which The TourTh year boys and girls
OT course iuniors have decisions oT Their
own To make, and greaTer responsibiliTies
Than They've ever had beTore. WiThouT
These They would sTill be children and
under-classmen. ln our world There is a
price To pay Tor everyThing, and high
school iuniors are noT immune Tram This
law oT liTe. NeverTheless, Theirs is a de-
lighTTul loT, and They should enioy iT, in ci
wholesome Tashion, To The hilT. Happy
A DIVISION LIBRARY
Row I: S. BeaI, I. VVaII:er, A. Rod-
wen, M. Weisman, G. Bowrnan
E, MIIIs, S. Peferson. Raw 2: O
ParneI1, E. AdIcIns, P. SMIIS, S
Knighfen, A, Marin. Row 3: J
Jones, A, IVIIms, R. IInaf'npsan, M
LIgInIIe, S, Leak, E. Brown, C
Brooks, J. MaIII1ews, J. GIIIon,
Row I: P. Scarf, A. Maddox, H
Leavy, Mrs. I-Ioggaff, B. S+oxsIeII
L. Usner, J. I-Iines. Row 2: G. Braz-
Iey, B. McNeII, B. Janeway, L
Leonard, H. McKInney, I-I.WeafI1-
erspoan. Raw 3: M. MorrIson, I
IayIor, L. WIWIIQ, E. Reed, F
Brown D. Bunn, L. Harnpfon, W
Row I: S. Green, G, Wafsan, G
I-Iiggins, MISS Rooney, G. Smnrw
S. Anderson, B. Bagan. Raw 2: J
Ialre, D, Penns, S, WaIIs. L. T,rn
er, B. ArrnsIead, M. Iirosf. Raw 3
B. BeacI1, P. Brown, A. Ware. J
Las'ey, I. Korngooh C. Dark, J
Row I: B. Parker, N. MayIIeIcI. I
CaII1onn, C, Greer, M, WiIIIams
J. PoIIIs, L. I3oweII. Row 2: Y. DEI
Ion, E. Cameron, R. SIrnr'nons, F
James, A. Broome, C. VVIIIIQ, I
Morgan. Row 3: S. JoInnson. IVI
Goodrich, G. WIIIIams, T. Brew
er, L. WoreII, D. IayIar, M
SIwIeIds, I-I. Larnberf.
kv, . .
Row I: I-I. While, S. Wlwile, I-I
Tluompson, S. Reel, B. Sims, I-I
I'-Iardwiclce, C. Rlanls. Row 2: L
Bradley, S. Slollenwerclf, A. Price
D. Banks, C. Penny, A. Idlamplon
V. Jolwnson, A. Plwillips, R. Jones
C. Rose, K. Lalces, J. Ballle, L
Row I: J. Green, V. Dodd, D
Wilder, C. Jolwnson, Cf. Norris, M
Wilson, Gr. Basley. Row 2: A. Slev-
enson, G. Roberlson, L. Grillin, M
Davis, C. Robinson, C. Jackson
M. l'lawIcins, R. Gilborl, E. Smillw
E. Caolcs, J. McCurlis, D. Terrence
Row I: P. Taylor, C. Slovall, M
McCrav, I-Iolmes, D. Dixon, B
Ford, M. Williams. Row 2: J
Tliymes, P. Jolinson, W. Berry, B
Ward, C. Miller, J. Nelson, W
Jones, J. Ellis, V. Lacosla, L
Wliife, F. Samuels, E. Roberson
J. Collins, M. Ringer.
Row I: J. Elam, G. Koen, F.
ell, M. Maier, G. McLendon, Cf.
Dowdell, E. Phillips. Row 2: M.
Lee, W. O'Day, A. Bradford, W.
Rodgers, J. Morgan, J. Oliver, I.
I-Iarrod. J. Smilli. Row 3: C.
Kniglwl, I-I. Bims, A. Clay, J. Slev-
ens, E. Brown, W. Campbell, R.
Engelsen, D. I-Iill.
Row I: C. Johnson, J. WiIkirs, V
Thomas, D. Pairerson, C. W"son
M. Liffle, C. Skinner. Row 2: O
I-Iamcr, M, Craig, I-I, DanioIs, G
RodweII, G. Beffon, E. Jackswn
Y. Morgan, C. Burfon. Row 3: A
Jones, C. Campbeii, R. Bornefi
T. Jndkins, R. Thompson, I-I. Brooks
C. RancIaII, I-I, Archer, E. Howard
Row I: J. Esmond, C. Murphy, B
I-Ioryey, K. Twomey, L. Carry, J
DiIIarcI, C. HoIrnes. Row 2: J. Cur
ris, P. Davis, M. Burns, S. PoweII
W. I-IaII, C. Dunn, D. Brown, F
I-Ion-ner, Row 3: J. Washingion, D
Payne, E. Morfon, L. Morris, R
MayI'ieId, J. Sfewarf, C. Brown
Row I: L, Sfrarfon, J. I-Iaygood
J. MoIsI3y, Mrs. IayIor, J. Vinyard
J. MaII'hews, L. Cannon. Row 2
M. Gardeffe, I. Smifh, S. AIexA
ander, R. Sfrong, M. Manning, L
Johnson, D. Cherry, J, I-Innfer, J
Ialiaferro. Y. Jackson, M. Berry
Row 3: L. Forienberry, W. MC-
Coy, R. Harrison, S. McCIinIon
A, BaiIey. L. Brooks, J. James
M. Sanders, M. Wooifork, C
Trenr, C, Chambers,
Row I: M. Akridge, M. Graves
J. Mosby, N. Beard, J. Tayior, JI
Woods, I-I. I-IuIIs+aIIer. Row 2: G
Harch, Y. FrankIin, W. SeaIos, Ri
Graham, N, Cczrrer, T. MiIcheII
E, Jones. Row 3: S. WiIIiams, C
Currie, B. I-Iunfer, C. Pierre. C.
I-Ioosioy, G. CarroII, J, Logan, ,J.
Bryanf, R. Chavez.
Row I: J. Forrier, Y. MiIIor, A,
Harden, D. Ironc, E. Ferguson, I.
Giyins, M. MarIinez. Row Q: W.
Woods, E. Burroughs, R. Wrighf,
W. WiIIioms, C. Brown, R. Richie.
Raw 3: A. Wilson, C. Davis. B.
Marfin, P, Brooks, L. IayIor, F.
Ccikas, M. Lewis, J. LoIIon,
ADULTHOQD E if igiggiil 1- X, s
A TOP-VALUE GRADUATICN GIFT
Teen-age irresponsibiliTy has OT Tale run
rampanT and given rise To much hand-wringing
and soul-searching. WhaT can be done To malce
young people crossing The bridge beTween
clhildhood and adulThood realize The graviTy aT
WhaT can be done To malce Them unclersTand
in The innermosT depThs oT Their being ThaT Their
own TuTure. as well as The TuTure oT our counTry
and The world, depends in large parT on Their
willingness To puT Their shoulders To The wheel
These quesTions are raised here This year
insTead aT The Type oT Tarewell remarlcs usually
made in This space. They are raised here in
The hope ThaT This will sTimulaTe ThoughT on The
parT OT boTh The January, l954, and The June,
l954, graduaTes. AnyThing ThaT will generaTe
such ThoughT is a Topfvalue graduaTion giTT.
ReTerence To Teen-age irresponsibiliTy brings
To mind a noTeworThy example oT high-level
Teen-age responsibiliTy. IT is The perTecT aT-
Tendance record oT Barbara Hines, who re-
ceived her diploma aT Englewood on January
28Th oT This year. NOT once during her enTire
Tour years as a high school sTudenT was she
absenT. A shining example oT susTained selT-
discipline, iT is parTicularly worTh pondering in
connecTion wiTh The problem of Teen-age unde-
penclabiliTy iusT because iT is so clearly a rouTine,
day-To-day Type oT accomplishmenT.
Farewell, boys and girls oT The I954 graduaT-
ing classes. May growTh and good TorTune be
your liTelong companions. And may The memory
oT your days aT Englewood be unTo you a
perennial source OT sTrengTh and lighT. To Engle-
wood you will ever remain a gleaming currenT
in The vibranT sTream aT iTs long TradiTion.
Leff Io Rlghh Firsf row: Miss Ds:
I-Icon, Sponwr: RondaII Iwhnson,
Pres. Second vow: Fvnece Ke3IIy,
V. Pros.: Jocqnmyn MrFc ,, Trees:
MQQQIQ Gho-Jon, Sony.: Bevody
BUIIM-v, I:'fcnggvdrT, Chairman
Leff In Righf: First row: Miss Dr'
I-Icon, Sponsm: Borboro AIIen,
Chonnnon. Second row: JoCq.eIyn
MQFQII, Janice Slmpkins, RcndciI
Johnson, LIovd SI. Jornes, Heine
I-Ir, Arnche Gi Idherg.
Leff IC Righfz Flrsf row: D, Cor-
fer, Secyq A. SoIornon, Sponsor
M, Cornpbe-II, Progrorn Chairmen:
Second row: J. Foreman, Pres.: I.
Jones, V. Prem, V. Morhn, Trees,
LeII To Right Firsf row: G. Whcu-
Ien: T. Lewk, B, McKinney. Sec-
ond row: C. SQOII, W. Covcns, IJ.
Chambers, J. Foreman,
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.ls ,,,A .A nam. A A. .
CHARLES B. ADAMS
Dromo Club: Movie Club: Become on lnlerior
G.A.A,: Englisli Secrelory: To become o Secref
BARBARA J. ALLEN
Advisory Council: Forum: To Pleose my Porenls
CHARLES BERNARD ANDERSON
To Become o Business Execuliye
To Become o Musicion or Lowyer
DELORES ANDROZZO IROSAMONDEI
Purple ond While: G.A.A.: To be o Psycholo-
CAROL GRANT ARRINGTON
Forum: Camera Club: To be on Office Worker
BEVERLY MARIE BARBER
Closs Oflicerf-lA: Program Clnciirmon: Forum:
To be on Execufiye Secrefory
G.A.A.: To Become ci Secrelory
RONALD JAMES BARNETT
Moyie Club' To Become c Success in llne Field
ol Music I
DELORES ELLEN BATCHELOR
G.A.A.: Purple and While: To be Successful
in Anyflwing l Uncleriolre
OLIVIA N. BATTEAST
Sfudenl Council: Forum: To be cz Criminologisl
ANDREW MAJOR BRADLEY
R.O,T.C., 2nd L+.: To Exceed All Expeclolions
GAA.: Gym Secreloryq To be o Professional
EDNA PEARL BRANNON
G.A.A.: To Become o Pl1ysicol Educofion
YVONNE E. BRAWNER
G.A.A.: To Become o Seomslress
MARY REBEQCA BROWN
Lrbrory Assisfonf: Ayiolion Club: To Surposs
My Mo+l1er's Expecfolions
Forum: Sludenl Council: To be o Regisfered
L A l
SHIRLEY LOUISE BRYANT
SIudenI CounQII3 EuIure Teodwczrs QI f'XI'WOI'IC.O
To IDG O I2egIsIered Nurse
CLAUDETTE AU DREY BUTLER
Sfuden? CouncII ISecreIory 3 Fufur-3 Teacher
oIPxrnerIf,u1TO be 0 Regisfer, Nur 3
CARL RICARDO BYRD
Drorncl CIuIfJ: SIudenI COuncIIg To be C1 PIcxy
wrIgIwI Ior II'1e SIc1g+-
JOAN DELORES CALHOUN
Come Q Pnysicgn Edncoion Teacher
G.A,A.7 Gym Secrdoryi To Become , ,
Eufure Te2oc.Iners OI America: G.A.A,: To Bo-
ROBERT THEODORE. CHAPPELL
STuC1enI CouncnI: Oticers Cwb, R.O.T.C.q Tr
Become 0 Lawyer
'ng I U d9rIoIce
LEON CALVIN COWAN
O bQII T.on'I1 T'o.I11 To Become Q FOOT cz
DOROTHY A. CZARNIK
Fommg NoIIonoI I-Ionor SocIeIy: To Become
Srrccessul I3rsIness Wornon
G-IrIs CI'mrusq GuA.A.: To Sufcced In Every- .1
Fu I P I f L3 II '
Swrrnmrng: SfuCIenICOur1ClIZTf, Become 0 MII-
CARLOTTA MAE DAVIS
G.A,A.g Library Avnsfonfq To Surposu My
MOIIWQVC W'5Iwes, and be SurreSsIuI In Doing
MELVINA GERTRUDE DIGGS
SIudenI CrnuncII3 G.A.A,: To Become O Seam
KAY LYNETTE DILLINGHAIM
G.A.A,: GirIs Crnorusg To Become G Nurse
LEON C. DONEGAN
R.O.T.C,: To Become cz Prornineni Bushes
ELAINE EDITH DOWNEY
Nofioncll I-Ionor Sociefyg Forum: To Be-some o
PRESTON PAUL DUFAUCHARD
Foo+bQIIq To Become on Arcnlfecf
GERALDINE ELIZE DUNLAP
Gym Lender: To Become 0 Sfcnogropher or
Fufuro Teachers of America: G.fX.A.g To Be-
come o Success In Any Field I Underfoke
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Gr.A.A.: Gym Secreloryp To Become on Success
in Anylhing I Underfolie
CARL ALEXANDER FORD
Swimming: Boslcelboll: To Become ci Morlicion
MAGGIE LEE GHOSTON
Nofionol Honor Sociely: Fufure Teachers ol
Americo: To Become o Science Teocher
ANNETTE HARRIET GOLDBERG
Nolionoul Honor Sociefy: 500 Club: To Become
on Elemenlory School Teacher
Purple ond While: Fire Mofsholl: To loc o
Success in My Fuiure Field of Worlc
ELINOR MARTHA GUNTHER
Notionol Honor Sociely: Cheer Leoder: To
Become on Airline Hosless
G,A.A.: Adv, Boslcelbollg To Become o Dress
BERTHA VALERIA HANNON
Forum: Gr.A.A.: To Become o Hlsiory Teocler
MINNIE MARGARET HARRIS
Nofionol Honor Socrelyg Dromo Club: To Ile-
come ci Pediolricion
EDMONIA ETHEL HENDRICKS
Nofionol Honor Sociefyg Sfudenf Council: To
Become o Business Woman
BARBARA EVELYN HINES
G.A.A,: Forum: To Become o Srenogropher
Nolionol Honor Sociely: Advisory Council: Tc
Become o Secrelory
ANNETTE HOLT .
Librorion: Clericol Sloll of Purple ond While:
To Become ci Slenogropher
MAY ALTO HOOD
Forum: C5.A.A.: To Become on F,B.I, Agenl
CLIFFORD CHARLES HORTON
To Become o Successful Business Mon
MARY HOWARD I
Library Club: Sludenr Council: To Become c
Teacher in Honor of My Folher
CLARA HELEN HUDSON '
Fulure Teochers of America: Junior Clerk: To
Become o Successful Secrelory
R,O.T.C.: Arr lnsliruleg To Succeed in Whol-
eyer l Unclerlolre
MYRA JACKSON :
G.A.A.: To Become O Typisf
LEMMIE ALLEN JOHNSON I
Spanish Club: To Become an Elecirical En-
gineer I f-f " '23
LOIS MARY JOHNSON ' ,S
Sfudenf Council: l3ubliciIy Carnrniffee: TO Be- A
came O Librarian +
C-.A.A.: TO Become O Social Worker yy A 1
PATRICIA ANN JOHNSON , 5 2, I :--
Camera Club: Forum? TO Become O Nurse I 1, R F
RANDALL MORRIS JOHNSON -- 4
Senior Class Ollicer: NOIIOITOII I-lc-nor Sociely A
TO Become O Science Insfrucfor
RUDOLPH HOWARD JOINER
R.O.T.C.: TO Become O Nofed Educolar
CHARLES JAMES JUDKINS Th'
Sfudenf Council: French Club: TO Become an
Allorney al Law
ERNECE B. KELLY w 7
Senior Class-Vlce Pres.: Nafional I-IOnOr SO
cieiy: TO Become O Physician Or Ediior
MARZIE LYNCH KITCHING I' '
French Club: G.A.A.: TO Become O Secrefary Ny "H
DORIS ELIZABETH LASTER
G.A.A.: TO Be O Graaf Success in Life
DOROTHEA ANN LEE
CuA,A:Baslme1ball:TO be a Physical Ed Teacher V
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FREDERICK DOUGLAS MARSHALL " I Tw
Foofball: Swimming: TO Become Presidenf Ol Q A ,
The Uniled SIOTCS I V I W, A I
BARBARA ANN MARTIN I , 1 as -.
G.A.A.: Girls' Chorus: TO be O Regislered .... Y EII' " V I '
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QTEA MARTIN M I . - . AA.. . "" ., A '
Forum: Jr. Clerk: TO be O Success in Anylhing 1 W I .
lUnder1Oke ' " '
JANIE E. MASON
G.A.A.: TO be O Success
ROBERT MELVIN MCCOY 'gb'
To be O Success in Anyfhing I Underlalce I
MILDRED JUANITA MCFADDEN
To be O Beaufician I ,,
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Treasurer of lhe Nalional Honor Socielyq Class
Officer: I4-A Treasurerl: To Educafe Myself
in The Medical Field
French Clubi G.A.A.q To Become a Practical
MARY ANN MURPHY
G.A.A.7 French Club: To Become a Physical
CLARICE ELIZABETH NELSON
Purple and While Slafli Gym Secrelaryp Tc
be a Privale Secrelary
SANDRA ESTHER NORMAND
Gym Leaderg Volley Ball: To Become a Gym
Baseball: Foofballg To be a Professional Base-
DOLORES JEAN POWELL
Nalional I-Ionor Socielyq Fcrumg To Become a
ALBERT HENERY PRAYOR
Swimming Team: To be a Prosperous Real
JEAN MARIE PRICE
Forum? Library Club: To be Successful in Any-
Ihing l Underlalce
FRANCES ANN REMEZAS
G.A.A.g Forum: To Marry a Rich Man
ALSTINE CLIMTEEN RIDGEL
G.A.A.q Modern Dancing: To be a Boolslceeper
LLOYD GERALD RIVERS
To Dominale in The Field Which I Enler
LEVERT TREVEL ROBINSON
Swimming Team: To be The Wellerweighl Box-
ing Champion ol fhe World
ALBERT JAMES ROWE
Foolballq Baslcefballq To Malce My Molher and
Falher Proud of Me '
ESSIE BEVELITA SANDERS
Jr. Clerk: Library Helper: To be a Pedialrician
EDNA JOAN SCHAFFRATH
Lefler Girl: SOO Club: To be a Fruif Picker and
Live in Glenn, Michigan
CALVIN R. SCRUGGS
Boolcroom Assislanlp To be a CTA. Driver
WALTER ALVAN SHERRILL I
French Club lVice Presidenllg Physics Club:
To Allain Proficiency in Piano Orchesfrafion
JANICE LENORE SIMPKINS
Nalional Honor Society: Forurn: To Become a
ALMA GEORGIAN SMITH
G.A.A.: To be a Social Worker
DORLEEN BARBARA SMITH
Purple and While Slall: G.A.A.1 Laboralory
LLOYD A. ST. JAMES
Officers Club R.O,T.C. lPres,l: Advisory Coun-
cil: To be a Cerlilied Public Accounlanl
To be ci Success
ELAINE LOUTISHA SUMMERS
Nalional Honor Sociely: Baske-Iball, Volleyball
Teams: To Succeed in Any Field I Moy Enler
SHIRLEY ANN TAYLOR
G.A.A.: To be a Sludenl Nurse
G.A.A.: Gym Leader: To be a Nurse
G.A.A,: To be a Secrelary
PATRICIA ANN WAKEFIELD
Los Sobresalienles-Secrelary: FTA.: To be a
BARBARA ANN WASHINGTON
Junior Clerk: Forum: To be a Malli or Science
Faatballg To be a Successful Business Man
ALFREDA ANNETTE WEEMS
Junior Clerk: Sludenl Council Delegale: To
be a Success in Anyllwing I Underlake
CONSTANCE ALFREDA WHITTAKER
Forum: Fufure Teachers al America: To be a
BARBARA JEAN WILLIAMS
G,A.A.: To Become a Nurse
Baseball lSlnorIsIopl: Cross Counlry Track:
To be a Successful Professional Allfilele
Baskelball: Public Speaking Club: To be Oul-
Physics Lab. Assisfonl: To be a Lawyer
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G.A.A.: Pep Club: Typisl or successful Wac
DONALD MAURIECE ANDROZZO
Drama Club: Eleclrical Engineer
GAA.: To be a Nurse
JON EDWARD CRAWFORD
Sludenl Council: Special Chorus: To Become
ANTHONY SALVADORE DESPENZA
Foolball: Traclc: To Become o Criminal Lawyer
WILLIAM LORENZO NORMAN
R.O.T'.C., MfSg'r.: To be ci Bulcher
CARLTON MELVIN PERKINS
Chorus: To malce Ihe mosl oul of life
MARVIN RICARDO POAGE
Physics Club lPresi'denll: Baseball: To Become
Forum: Junior Clerk: To be Successful in Any
Field I Choose
BENJAMIN JAMES RUTH ERFORD
Baseball: Boalcroom Allendanl: To Be an Ac-
ALBERT GAYDEN LILLIE SALTER
To Become a Cerlilied Public Accounlanl G"A4A'i To be Q NUI59
G.A.A.: To be a Priyale Secrelary
Chorus: Office Clerk: To Malce My Parenl
Proud of Me by Surpassing All Expeclalions
To be a Success in Anylhing I Underlalce
ROBERT JACKSON, JR.
Baslcelboll: Traclcj To Become a Millionair
Baseball: To be a Commercial Arlisl
'LORIA LOVENE JONES
U G,A.A,: Sludenl Council: To Become a Suc I
Ceggful Sfenogfgpher Foolball: To be a Denlisl
GLORIA AUDREY WASHINGTON
G.A.A.: Slucleni Council: To Become a Dress
To Become a Secrelary of Slale Designer
MARY JEAN MARKS MERCEDES JUNE WELLS I
6.A.A.: Forum: To be a Dress Designer 6'A'A'I To Become O Nurse
RUTH ELIZABETH MATTHEWS To I-Iaye a Good Life
G.A.A.: Fulure Teachers of America: To be
G Good WCC , JOYCE WILLIAMS
G.A,A.: To be a Regislered Nurse
HENRY M CARROLL
Baslcelbaii Team lGuarcJl: Traclc Team II-Iiglm , ,
Jumped: To be G Commerdcl Ar1:S+ Spanish Club: Sludenl Council: To be a Scien-
Iusl, Lawyer or Doclor
ERMA JEAN MCMOORE DOROTHY OVETA WRIGHT
Forum: Fulure Teachers of America: To Bee G.A.A.: Sludenl Council: To be a Regislerecl
come a School Teacher and Marry Nurse
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Drarna CIuI:: To be a Urattsnrar
RUTH PATRICIA ALFRED
G.A.A.: Gym Leader: Locker Guard: To Bef
Come an InternatIonaI Lawyer
JOYCE ANN ALLEN
Gym Leader: G.A.A.: To be a Stenogv-aphffr
MILDRED LOUISE ALLEN
G.A.A.q Gyrn Secretory: To be an Excfutwe
BARBARA JOANNE ARCHER
Forum: Student CouncII7 To be a Lab. TQQIH
MARVALEEN SONJA ATLAS
G.A.A.: To be a Kindergarten Tcadte
BEATRICE AUSTIN I
G.A,A.: To be an Inatructor in ttte Fiend aI
ALICE FAYE AVERHART
AdyIsory Coun-:III Jr. Red Crass, C Q a eq
GABRIEL N. BAKER
Band: To Became a Noted CrirnInoIogIf,t
DIXIE MAE BANKS
G.A.A,.i To be a TypI5t and ProIc5siOnaI Danger
SHIRLEY ANN BARNETT
G.A.A.: To be SuccesstuI In Anything I Attempt
OLIVIA BARBARA BAXTER
Physics Club: Gym Secretary: To be a Teacne
G,A.A.g To be a Success in Ihc BusInes5 WLwx'Id
OLIVIA L. M. BEASLEY I
NotIanaI I-Ionar Scdety: "SOO" CIub: In be
a United Nations Secretary
G.A.A.3 To be an Honor to My Parent
JO FRANCES ANTOINETTE BECKHAM
G,A.A.Z IISOOII CIuI3I Student COunCII3 To b
a Home Econorrncs Instructor
NORVICK MINOLA BELLAMY
G,A,A.: To be a TypIst
CONSTANCE VALAIDA BENNETT
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YVONNE .IUANITA BENNETT
6.A.A.: "SOO" Club: Sfudenl Council lComm.
Ch.l: To Become an Insrruclor in The Field of
ZELNETTA CLARICE BERRY
Forum: C5.A.A.: To be a Medical Secrelary
G.A.A.: Chorus: To be a Slenographer
ETH EL MAE BLACK
Gym Secrelaryz G.A.A.: To be an Occupalion
G.A.A.: To be an I-lonor Io My Parenls
To be a Success
JAM ES BOROM
Sluclenl Council: Spanish Club, To be an ln-
BERNARD LIVINGSTON BOWEN
Swimming Team: Sluclenl Council: To be a
Physical Educafian lnslruclor
Hall Guard: Laboralory Assislonl: To be o
LORETTA MAE BRAME
C5.A.A.: To be a Vocalisl or Music Teacher
THOMAS BOOKER BREWER
To be o Social Science Teacher
MARION DORLA BROOKS
Laclcer Guard: 6.A.A.: To be a Teacher in a
Foolball Team: Public Speaking Club: To I-love
a Successful Life
To Become a Nurse
EARL EDWARD BROWN
Baseball: Fire Marshal: To Became an Eleclri-
EDWARD EARL BROWN
Aclv. Band: Ari Worlc SI1op:To be a Commer-
FRED WALTER BROWN
Movie Club: Rille Team: To Become a Radio-
Teleyision and Elecfronics Technician
ROBERT BUCK BROWN
Sluclenl Council Delegale: To be a Success n
Lilie and a Creclif Io My Family
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THOMAS GRAY BROWN
Track Tearn: Movie Club: To be
WILLIAM POLK BROWN
Band: Physics Club: To be a Slar in The Sky
PERCY RAYMOND BURKS
Sludenl Council: To be an Elecfrical Engineer I'
To be a Mechanical Engineer
To be a Lawyer
Sfuclenl Council: Movie Club: To be ci Crim-
G.A,A.: To be a Typisl
CALVIN LAWRENCE CAMERON
To be a Successful Underlaker
Sfudenl Council: Program Chairman 4A Hall:
To Becorne a High School Civics Teacher lbw
To be a Mechanical Engineer
EVELYN MANETTE CANTRELL
Chorus: GAA.: To be a Successful Comp-
C'.A.A.: Jr. Clerk: To be an Elemenlary Teacher
My xi at ssls :s
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Sluclenf Council: Track: To be a Masler in Ihe
Field of Denlislry
DOROTHY ANN CARTER
Eorurn: Sludenl' Council: To be a High School
MAE BEBLY CATES
Cv.A.A.: To be a Bookkeeper and File Clerk
PEGGIE JOYCE CHAMBERS
Purple X: While: Sludenl Counci
LA CHRISHIA ARLINE CHANEY
Sluclenl Council: Library Assis+cf1I: To be Suc-
ccsslul in Anyfhing I Underlake
DELORIS CLAUDETTE CHAPMEN
Srudenl Council: Gym Secrelary: To be Suc-
cessful in Anyfhing I Underloke
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Modern Dance: Jr. Real Cross: To Become a
To be a Professional Foolball Player
JOYCE GAIL CLOUD
Eulure Teachers of America: Orienlafion Com-
milfee: To be a Physical Eclucalion Teacher
JACQUELYN ADOREE COLEMAN
Fulure Teachers of America: GAA.: Ta Please
JEAN MARIE COMEAUX
G.A.A.: Purple 81 While: To be a Regislered
To be a Lawyer
JACQUELINE RENEE CROZIER i
Forum: Purple 81 While Slail: To be a Pedia-
IRVING KENNETH CRUMP
R.O,T.C.: To be a Lawyer
ERNEST MAE CUNNINGHAM
C-.A.A.: Public Speaking Club: To be a Nurse
Forum: Volley Ball Team: To be a Physical
MAXINE CURRY i
Volley Ball Team: G.A.A.: To be a Cerlified
ANN SHIRLEY CURTIS
C'.A.A.: Ta be- a Secreiary l
Girls' Baslreiball Team: Forum: To be a Gene-
BOBBIE JEAN DAVENPORT
Forum: GAA.: To be a Teacher
CORINEA JANE DAVIS
Junior Clerk: Forum: To be a Cerfified Public
6.A.A.: To be a Regislereci Nurse
BARBARA JEAN DIXON
G.A.A.: To be a Successful Career Woman
JUANITA RONI DIXON
To be a Successful Business Woman
JOHN TED DORSEY
I-lisiory Club: To Become a Singer or Doclor
To be a Success in Ihe Business World
DELORES JEAN EDWARDS
Junior Clerk: Srudenl Council: To be an Ele-
menfary School Teacher and Malce My Parenls
Proud of Me
EDNA EDITH ELLIS
G.A.A.: To be a Sfenographer
YVONNE MARIE ENNIS
Purple and While: To be a Child Psychologisl'
DELORES LUCILLE EVANS
Purple and While: G.A.A.: To Achieve lhe
I-Iighesf Goals in Life
CHARLES EDWARD FAIR
Baseball: Movie Club: To be a Physical Edu-
BETTY ROSE FERGUSON
Lalin Club: Gym Secrelary: To be a Surgical
MARLENE DELIVIA FITZHUGH
G.A.A.: To be a Model and Slenographer and
Mcllce My Parenls Proud
BARBARA TULIETTE FORBES
G.A.A.Z Chorus: To be a Velerinarian
JAMES WALLACE FOREMAN. JR.
Baseball: Orienfafion Commillee: To be a
Physical Educalion and Biology Teacher
Movie Club: Officers Club lL+.l: To be a Fed-
eral Bureau of lnvesligafion Employee
GAA.: To be a Regislered Nurse
To be a Success in Ihe Business Field
YVETTE BURNADETTE FRAZIER
G.A.A.: To Suceed in Anylhing I Underfalce
To Malce My Parenls Proud
BARBARA JEAN GAYDEN
C:.A.A.: Forum: To be a Secreiary
RICHARD MARTEL GILBERT
Baseball: Sfudenl Council: To Become an Elec-
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GERALDINE CARMENCITA GOODSON
G.A,A.: To be a Successful Seamslress
DELLA LEE GORE
Purple and While: Drama Club: To loe a Cer-
Illied Public Accounlanl
To be a Greal U.S. Senalor
MAUDE DIADRAN GREEN
Sludenl Council: Cheerleader: To Become a
ANDREW JORDAN GREENLEE
Forum: Ta be o Lawyer
Foorball: Traclc: To Become a School Teacher
C5.A.A.: To be a Home Economics Teacher
G.A.A.: French Club: To Become a Slenog-
rapher or Typisf
G.A.A.: To be Successful in Whalever l Under-
To Succeed ln Anylhing l Underlalce
G.A.A.: SOO Club: To be a Regislered Nurse
Fulure Teachers al America: Sludenl Council
To be an Elemenlary School Teacher
ARNETTA LENORA HERBERT
Purple and While: Forum: To be a Social
WOODIE MAE HIBBLER
Forum: Fulure Teachers of America: To Suc-
ceed ln Anylhlng l Underlalse
ALLIE MAE HILL
Nallanal Honor Sociely: G.A.A.: To Became
a High School Teacher
G,A.A.: Jr, Clerlc: To Rise info lhe Higher
Braclcel of Soclely
JAMES DINNIES HCBSON
Movie Club: Foolball: To be an lnlallible
LILLAR JOYCE HOFFMAN
G.A.A.: Beller Speakers ol America: To be a
EDWARD MICHAEL HOPSON ' A
R.O.T.C, Officers Club: TO Become an Eleclri- ' ' ,
CCI Engineer I ' + - I Ax Q ..,. I
EVELYN HOPSON ' "' ' D
GAA.: French Clulo: TO Prove +o My Parenls Ii z 4'
1 Thar I can Succeed TT A " 5 Q
A JOSEPHNIE OTHELLO HOPSON T Q I
l Fulure Teachers Ol America Club: To Become f K - ""'2- A
O Teacher X Xl TT M A
ROSEBUD NANCY HUGHES S' ,
G.A.A.: TO be an Exolic Dancer 5 a
BOBBIE RUTH HURNS f " SSS T
G.A,A.: TO Become a Secretary if L, ' T
WILLA MARIE HUSKEY ""'5Q A .
C'.A.A.: Regislralion Helper: To Became O i
FRANCES ELIZABETH JACKSON T .--- -' 'A '
Narional Honor Sociefyp Pulure Teachers OT Q
America: To be a Kindergarlen Teacher li QUT ? l
MARJORIE LOIS JACKSON A ,,, . 41 c,:,:.,,
GAA.: To be a Beaulician bn 'Y' 'V
CHARLES HENRY JAMES , I '
Physics Club: To be O Surgeon S
T MARY ANNETTE JEFFERSON ii ,,,,' A 'r'-I "::
l Locker Guard: C'.A.A.1 To be a Kindergarfen 1, ,R f
Teacher ni H " 5
GWENDOLYN HELEN JENKINS 'N I -
Gym Leader, French Club? To be a Kinder- 'I '
' garlen Teacher Qvruvvv .
BARBARA BLANCHE JOHNSON T ".:-- A
O.A.A.7 To be O Slenographer A
BOBBTE LOU JOHNSON
Srualenf Council: G.A.A,: To Become a Beau- 'I
fician .. 'Q 1
i HELEN MARIE JOHNSON gf'
Sludenl' Council: Purple and Whileg To Be- 4'
come a Privare Secrelary ,' Qizqvzlb
JOYCE ANN JOHNSON ' I 2 -A,.,"'
l Englewood Speakers Club: Ta Became a Pri-
T vale Secrelary
MARY JO JOHNSON 'Z I frf 'Si' ,.,' ' ' i'
Sludenl Council: Jr, Clerk, To Own and Run -
a Nursery School 0' 5 K ,Q 65. H'
SHIRLEY JOAN JOHNSON I ' T ' , - I 1 C.:-
' C'.A.A,: Sludenl Council: To be a ur e
Physics Clubg CI.A.A.: TO be a Teac I' ,
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To Finish College and Became a Real Eslale ,
Library Assisianl: Junior Clerlc: To be a Sucf
cess in Anyfhing I Unclerialre
ISIAH JONES I
Vice Presidenf of Class: Sludeni Council: To
be a Commercial Ariisi
LILLIE BEE JONES
Forum: Gym Secrelory: To Teach Elemenfary I
MARION JONES I
C'.A.A.: Gym Secrelaryt To be an Accounlani I
or Kindergarfen Teacher I
NELLIE MARIE JONES
Srudenf Council: Poinfs Commiiiee: To be a
To be a Laboraiory Technician
PHYLLIS ANN JONES
C'.A.A.: Locker Guard: To be cz Sfenographer
GEORGINA BEVERLY KEELING
Physics Club, Sfudeni Council: To be a Veieri-
Forum: GAA.: To Malce My Mofher Proud by
Surpossing I-Ier Expecralions
DARRYL DuvAL ,KING I
Traclc Team: Drum and Bugle Corps: To Be-
come a Psychiafrisi' or Businessman
Nalional I-Ionor Sociely: Modern Dance: To
Become o Nurse
Forum: Sludenr Council: To Maine My Paren+s
Fufure Teachers of America: Drama Club: To
Become a I-Iigh School Music Teacher
Na+ionoI I-Ianor Sociely: Fire Marshall: To
Become an Archileci
MILTON LANTON I
To be Successful in All My Underrakings
WILLIE RUTH LEAVY s
G.A.A.: To be a Nurse
JOAN MARIE LEE
Forum: C-5.A.A.: To Become a Professional I
Dancer or Sienogropher I
LORENZO RAYMOND LEE
To Become a Velerinaricin
THOMAS PATRICK LEWIS
Sludenl Council: To be a Weallhy Bachelor
G.A,A,: Gym Secreloryz To Succeed in Any-
Ihinq I Underlalce
CONSTANCE ELAINE LOGAN
SOO Club: French Club: To Become o Regise
RAYMOND RAY LONDON
To Become an X-Ray Technician
R.O.T.C.: To Become a Pilol in Ihe U. S, Air
IRMA YVONNE LUCKEY
G.A.A.: To Became a Typisl
BARBARA JEAN LUSTER
G,A,A.: To be a Success
MARY LOUISE LYKE
G.A.A.I French Club: To be cz Nurse
Spanish Club: G.A,A,: To be 0 Success
Anylhing I Undertake
G.A.A.: Sludenf Council: To be a Secrelary
BEATRICE GAZELLE MADDOX
G.A.A.: Public Speaking Club: To be O Slenog-
MARY ELIZABETH MANNING
Spanish Club: G.A.A.: To Succeed in Some-
Ihing l'rn Besf In
JUNIDA LOUISE MARSHALL
Sfudenl Council: Library Assislanfg To Be-
come a Recrealion Worker
HENRY DAVID MARTIN
To be Successful in All My Underfalcings
C'.A.A,: To Make My Parenfs Proud
SHIRLEY ANN MARTIN
G.A.A.: To be o Good Secrefary
VELVA JEAN MARTIN
Cheerleader: Advance Volleyball Club: To be
a Physical Educalion Inslruclor
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Orienlolion Commillee: Girls Baslcelboll Team:
Ta Become a Professional Nurse
G.A.A.: To be a Secrelary
BETTYE LOUISE McELROY
G.A.A.: Gym Leader: To Become flue World's
LARCENA ROWENA McFALL
Forum: GAA.: To Become a Commercial Ar-
BARBARA YVONNE McKINNEY
Sfuclenl Council: Nalional I-lonor Sociefyg Ta
be a Teaclier
SARAH SUE MCKINNEY
G.A.A.: To be a Nurse
BEVERLY MARIE McKISSICK
G.A.A.: Forum: To be a Compfomelry Oper'
YVONNE P. MENZIE
G.A.A.: To be Successful in Whatever I Un-
G.A.A.: Modern Dancing: A Successful Busi-
FLORENCE LOUISE MILLER
GAA.: To be a Teaclner
FLORINE DORSEY MILLER
G.A.A.: Gym Secrelary: To Become a Suc-
C-3.A.A.: Gym Secrelary: To Become a Good
MILDRED ANN MOODY
G.A.A.: Volleyball Team: To Become an Office
SANDRA GALE MOODY
Gym Secrelary: To be a Professional Dancer
WESLEY LEROY MORGAN
A Real Eslale Brolcer
MAU RICE LANIEE MOSELY
Rifle Team: Officers Club: To be a Success n
My Own Eyes
LILLIE B. MOSLEY
Junior Cleric: Frenclw Club lSecreTaryl: To
Climb Tlie Higher Slairs ol Life
Foolball Team: To Please My Mollwer
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N DOROTHY MAE MURPHY l
Sludenf Council: Englewood Spealcers: ways
I To Keep My Fufure Aliead of Me
y ELLIOTT Muse I
Aviafion Club: To be a Police Comr'nissioneTTI,
SHERMAN MAURICE NELSON
R,O.T.C. Drum and Bugle: To Ivlalce My Mollner
and Grondparenls Proud ol' Me
6.A.A,: To be a Good Creclif To My Parenls
LANE PALMER y V
Movie Club: Clwemislry lLab: AssIs+anTl: A
Pilol in fl'Ie U. S. Air Force
BARBARA JEAN, PAMON
Purple and Wlwife: C-3.A.A.: To be a Home
MILTON ROLAND PATCH
Foofball: To be a Foofball Coach
DORA MAE PATTERSON
CuA.A.: Gym Secretory: To be a Successful
G.A.A.: Gym Secrefaryz To be a Priyale Sec-
Foolball Team: Orienfalion Commilfeet A
Physical Eclucafion Teacher
' LOTTIE M. PAYNTHER
l G.A.A.: Gym Leader: To be a Compfomefer
l WILLIE CURTIS PEARSON y
Drama Club: Sludeni Council Del.: Become
G.A.A.: A Success in Wliafeyer I Undertake
HOWARD PERNELL, JR.
Foofball Team: Forum: To be a Docfor
HAMILTON CARVEY PERSON
Foofballi Sludenl Council: To be ci Credi? To
DOLORES LA REE PHILLIPS
500 Club: Forum: To be a Plnysical Tlweropisl'
JAMES E. PHILLIPS
To Become a General Confracmr
SHIRLEY JEAN PHILLIPS
G.A.A.: Junior Clerlfy To Become cz Teaclwer
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MARGUERITE MARCELLA PIERCE
G.A.A.: Forum: To be o Privole Secrelory
YOLONDA FRANCES PLEASANT
Nclionol Honor Sociely7 Junior Clerlc: To be
an Elemeniory School Teocher
DOROTHY ELINOR PORTER
G.A.A.: To be o Regislered Nurse
CAROLYN GERTRUDE RAMSEY
G.A.A.: Advanced Volleyball: To be Q Spoce
CLARENCE EDWARD RAY
R.O.T.C.: To be o Doclorq
DELINIA CECILE RAY
XXX GAA. lGym Leoderly Junior Clerk: To Molce
Q My Porenls Proud
JEFFREY JEAN REED
GAA.: To be o Privoie Secrefory
JEFFERY KRAMAH RICARDO
Program Commilleeq To be o Singer or o Low-
Drum Moior llsl Lieulenonll 1 To be o Pub-
SELMA LEE ROBINSON
G.A.A.: To Become o Teocher
DUNALE CHERIE ROCKWELL
Girls Chorus: Dromo Club: To be cx Sociol
G.A.A.: Modern Doncing: To Become o Singer
BETTY JEAN ROSEMOND
G.A.A.7 Become on Acfress
BARBARA JEAN ROSS
G.A.A.: Girls Chorus: A Success in Whofever
Junior Clerk: French Club: A Successful Social
SYLVIA ANN RUTHERFORD
Sfudenf Council: G.A.A.: To be ci Dancer r
0 Physicol Ed. Teocher
GERTRUDE LOUISE SALLEY
Cheerleader: Gym Secrelczryi To be o Success
in ihe Secrefcricil Field
WiLLIAM HENERY SAMUELS
Swimming Teom: Orienlolion Cornmifleey To
become cm Philonrhropis?
CAROL LORRAINE SCOTT
500 Club: Forurn: To Teach Science.
JOHN DAVID SCOTT
Movie Club: Ta Become a Business Man
G.A.A.: A Credil Io My Family
G.A.A.: To Become a Social Worlcer
DEVORA YVONNE SHAW
To Make a Success of Anylhing I Undorlolc
DOLORES BEATRICE SHIELDS
Gym Secrefaryg G.A.A.: To Become a S
ROBBIE JOYCE SHIELDS
GAA.: To Become a Nurse
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BENNIE JOE SMITH
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KARLEN MARIE SLOAN
Forum' N Ii n I Honor Sociely: I-Iigh Schoo
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To Become a Doclor
To lvlalce My Parents Proud
JERRY ANN SMITH ix . I
Eng'ewood Players: Junior Cleric: To be a Good I
Cheerleader: Purple and While: To be a Bal-
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Fulure Teachers of America: Forum: Bring
Credil Io My Race and Counlry
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ZETTIE STANSELL 'W ' if
GAA.: E.H.S. Chorus: Cerlilied Public Ac- A
counlanf , ""-., bg!
GEORGE VAUGHN STEPTOE
Track: Band: To be a Baby Docfor
G.A.A.: To Become a Civics Teacher
THELMA LUCILLE STU RDIWANT
G.A.A.: Physics Club: To be a Teacher
DONALD EDWARD SUTTON
Varsily Baslceiball: Spanish Club: To IJ
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ROBERT J. TATE
Foolboll: To be on Elecfricion
GERTRUDE FRANCES TAYLOR
Cheerleader: Forum: To
be ci Greol Top
YVONNE LILITA TAYLOR
Sponisli Club: Office Clerk: To be Successful
in Anyllwing I Underlolce
ROBERT LEE THIBODEAUX
Junior Clerlc: R.O,T.C.: To
Proud of Me
LEROY LARRY THIGPEN
Council Represenloliye: To
Molse My Porenls
be on XARcly Teclw-
ELIZABETH ANN THOMPSON
500 Club: Fulure Teoclwers
of Americo: To be
o I-Iigli Sclwool Music Teacher
ERNEST A. TODD
c Sp lc g CI b' To be Successful in
U d lc
Publi eo in u .
Anylliing I n erlo e
YVONNE ELAINE TOWNZEL
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G.A.A.: French Cu : o
ecome o Civics
BOOKER TALIFERO TRAVIS, JR.
To be o Designer ond Toilor
Forum: G.A.A.: To be o Cornplomorer Oper-
DAISY TU RNER
G.A,A.: To be o Success in Sewing
G.A.A.: To be Successful in
Ilie Field of Nurs-
BEATRICE ANNE VACCO
rome: Club: G.A,A.: To be o Successful Dro-
ALFONSO MORRIS VALLIANT
GEORGIA MAE VINSON
Pliysics Club: To Molce Good in Anyllwing I
G.A.A.: Forum: Become cz Typisl
Sludenf Council: To be o Telelype Operolor
DORIS JEAN WAINWRIGHT
G.A.A.: To Moke My Porenls Proud ol Me
GENEVA JEAN WATKINS
Sfudenl Council: G,A.A.: To be o Social
Purple and While Sfalll: Englewood News:
To Become cz DenIlsI
Eire Marslnall: To Become an Arclwlfecl
MANDOLYN CATHERINE WARFIELD
G,A.A.: French Club: To be a Greol Singer
GERALDINE GRACE WASHINGTON
Gym Secrefaryy 6.A.A.: To Become o PrivaIe
NORMAN CHARLES WATKINS
To Become cz Lawyer
Spanish Club: To Become a Lawyer
LE ROY WATSON
Tracla: To be Successful in Anyllwing I Under-
BARBARA YVONNE WEBSTER
Forum: Sfudenl' Council: Teach Physical Edu-
MILDRED JEAN WEBSTER
SlucIenI Council: Cv.A.A.: To be a Physical
JOHN CLARK WEST
Tu be 0 Commercial Arlisl
GLORIA LEE WHALEN
Honor Sociely: Clieerleczderi To be an Oc-
JAMES EDWARD WHEELER
Movie Club: To be a Credil To My Family
JANET HARRIET WHITTAKER
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ALICE FAYE WILEY
Advanced Boslnelball: G.A.A,: To be o Nurse
ROBERT WILLIAM WILEY y
Physics Club: To be Successful in Oplornelry
BARBARA LADE WILLIAMS
G.A,A.: To be cs Success In Life
To be o Successful Model
LLOYD ANDRE WILLIAMS
Track: ROTC.: To be O Dislricl Afforney
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To Become a Coach
French Club: To be a Physician
FLORENE MARIA WILSON
G.A,A.: Gym Leader: To Marry a Milllona
To be cz Princess
PATRICIA ANN WILSON
Baslcelboll: 6.A,A.: To Gel Married and I-Ia
MATTHEW LORD WINDHAM, JR.
ROTC.: Drill Team: To Become a Physica
To be Successful in Life
BARBARA JEAN WITH ROW
Gym Secrelary: CSAA.: I-Iigh School Eng
RONALD ROBERT WOODBERRY
Drama Club: To Work in lhe U. S. Minl
LOUISE TOOTSIE WOODS
Sluclenl Council: G.A.A.: To be a Success n
MARY FRANCES WOOTEN
Modern Dance: Public Speaking Club: To be
O Successful Dancer
MAGGA REE WORTHINGTON
Fulure Teachers of America: Junior Clelm
Ta Became a Teacher
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WILLIAM GEORGE eooDMA,N
R.O.T.C. Drum and Bugle Unif: Gov? Worker Baskefball Team: Track Team: To
ZI-Y Old P 'd f
MAURICE JULIUS BEACHAM eo' 'es' GI 'R
To Please God, A Clergyman of fhe Gospel of
Chrisf Elecfrical Engineer
JAMES WESLEY BREWER I
Track: To be a Physical Educafion Teacher
RICHARD LIONEL CAILLOUET
Always fo Do My Besf
SHIRLEY ANN CARR
To Become a Veferan Adminisfralion Nurse
JOAN MARIE RICHARDSON
G-.A.A.: Junior Clerk: To Become a Secrefary
MILDRED HORTENSE WASHINGTON
G.A.A.: P bl' S k' CI bi T b N -
G.A.A.: To Become a Laborafory Technician elm. U IC pea mg U O e O OV
JANATH MARIE WOODHOUSE
G.A.A.: Junior Clerk: To Become an Elemen-
fary School Teacher
PATRICIA JANE COOPER I
G.A.A.: Fufure Teachers of America: To be a
Success in fhe Teaching Profession
AMERICA FACE TO FACE
fContinued from Page 3OJ
almosf impossible fo perform. Since each sfafe in fhe Union has so much freedom.
if seems fo me a comparison could more easily be drawn befween fhe Brifish
Commonwealfh and fhe U.S.A. and befween Greaf Brifain ifself and individual
sfafes. This, foo, however, would bring up many anomalies. ln general, I dislike
making comparisons of fhis kind, as fhe condifions and problems in Brifain are so
much af variance wifh fhose in fhe Unifed Sfafes.
I-laying, however, dwelf foo long on differences, may I now fouch on fhe many
Ihings l have noficed fhaf Brifain and America have in common. These similarifies,
I feel, are far, far more imporfanf fhan fhe differences, many of which are superficial.
Bofh counfries are democrafic, indusfrialized, energefic, public-spirifed, and law-
abiding. Common affifudes and beliefs are involved in all fhis.
ln bofh counfries fhe people believe fhaf fhe responsibilify of fhe nafion is
fhe sum of individual responsibilifies and fhe sfrengfh of fhe nafion lies in fhe
individuals who make up ifs populafion. So bofh counfries are sharply aware of
fhe imporfance of fraining fhese individuals, and fhus much imporfance in bofh of
fhem is affached fo educafion.
In Greaf Brifain as in America, fhere is much sfress on fraining for cifizenship,
on fhe realizafion fhaf all people should be able fo fif info sociefy. Man being a
social animal, if is imperafive fhaf fhe individual should acquire in school Ihe
courfesy, reliabilify, and self-discipline which will make him a valuable and respecfed
member of his communify.
And now may I say whaf I should have said af fhe oufsef, fhaf fhe pasf half
year has been a very happy one for me. Since my arrival in fhe Unifed Sfafes, I
have had new and excifing experiences. Buf far more imporfanf are fhe many
wonderful friendships I have made in fhis greaf counfry. '
The American people have infroduced me fo America in a generous and hos-
pifable fashion fhaf I shall remember long affer my year in fhe U.S.A. has come
fo an end.
As fhe days have come and gone, I have become more and more convinced
of fhe value fo bofh counfries of such exchanges as fhaf of which I am a parf.
l definifely feel fhaf fhrough my various associafions af Englewood and elsewhere
in America my undersfanding is being broadened and deepened. l hope fhaf, in
furn, I am helping Americans undersfand a Iiflle more of fhe Brifish poinf of view.
In closing, I should like fo fake fhis opporfunify of saying, "Thank you," fo
all my Englewood friends for fhe welcome fhey have given me. May good forfune
be wifh fhe faculfy and sfudenfs now and in fhe years fo come.
. OCTOVIA RAYNER PEARY
Princrpol Messcigo .
Funiiliur Doorwoy: .
New Louder , .
By J. Z. Jacobson
Tlicii Senior Feeling .
By Constance Bennett
Prize Vifinning Goocl Citizenship Essoy
By Phedonia Jones
America Foce To Foce
By Shelici Butler
Girls' Allwlelics .
.lunior Divisions .
Jonuory Groduoies .
V -- -Y-uv
Ra. "Y M" 'sw
FACULTY and ADMINISTRATIVE STAEF
Samuel L. Nowinson, Principal
John G. Kriewilz, Assislanl Principal
Claire M. O'Reilly, Adiuslmenl Counselor
I-Ielen S. McGovern, Allendance Counselor
Bearrice Malhauser, Placemenl Counselor
Gordon Goldman, Boy's Social Adiuslmenl Counselor
Elizabelh Jennings, Girls' Social Adiuslmenl Counselor
Joseph A. Bailey
Mary J. Beard
Mary W. Biddulph
I-lerberl N. Blalceway
William A. Bollom
Virginia M. Burlon
Sheila W. R. Buller
Grace R. Conanl
Anna De I-laan
Rulh E. Des Jardins
Barbara B. Filch
Lucille A. Fosler
Cleo V. Fox
James M. Gailher
Hazel B. Gay
Louis J. Gordy
Cassie C. Greer
Anna L. Groal
Roberl I-Iale. Jr.
Eslher K. I-Iarris
Tommie W. I-loggall
Calherine R. I-lolmes
Vivian P. I-Iulialier
Jacob Z. Jacobson
Cornelius W. Johnson
Grace A. Joy
Eleanor M. Keegan
Mary F. Kiesler
Jessie O. Komar
Cary B. Lewis. Jr.
lan Mac Leod
Mary I-I. Maier
Edellrud S. Miller
Mayme N. Modglin
Hamlin A. Moseley
Edilh W. Molen
Irene M. Munson
RuI'h K. Ooylcaas
Allred R. Prolsman
Roy E. Quanl
LoreHa G. Quinlan
Lee L. Randolph
Sadie M. Reel
Ann M. Reid
Ellen C. Rooney V
Winnie L. Roberls
I-Iarriel S. Rolhwell
Alice B. Solomon
Pearl T. Smilh
Viola P. Slelzer
Rulh T. Slewarl
Bernard B. Slone
Alice D. Slorer
Fern I-I. Taylor
Lucy J. Taylor
Dolly G. Trone
Kalhryn B. Twomey
G. Vivian While
I-Ielen L. While
Gwendolyn M. Williams
Theodore J. Williams
Willis I-I. Williams
ings turning some money into Miss Nash
Cornelia W. Bennell Frank A. Neumann
Lo D. Burlon Elizabellw Wood
Sgt Roy Camden MfSgl. Roscoe McGhee
Rea P. Fowllces Edillw l-l. LaMOHe
Frank J. McAdams
Marllwa Boyer Anna G. McGra+l1
Mary Gilbrlde l-lannalw N. Nash
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