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THE JACKET Presenled bv w The SENIOR CLASSES of 1949 ENSLEY HIGH SCHOOL ENSLEY, ALABAMAFOREWORD Gentle Header, this is your Jacket. Read it. enjoy it. and lay it away sacredly with your treasures. It will mean much to you in later years. We have striven and toiled many months to make this the very best edition ever. Between its covers you will find a complete record of all the activities of dear old Ensley High during the current year—our hopes, our joys, and our disappointments. We hope you will like it. —The Staff BOBBY TATE. Editor-in-chief SUE HICKS, Assista nt Edi tor- in-di iefALMA MATER We sing of dear old Ensley High, Her colors Black and Gold, In loyal tribute ringing true. Allegiance we will hold. Through jxissing years as they roll by. Our hearts will ne'er grow cold. We carry forth her colors bright. The banner—Black and Gold.We, the graduating Classes of 1949, dedicate this issue of the Jacket to Miss Mabel Rowley in the hope that we might in some way express our sincere appreciation of her efficient and unselfish efforts as a member of the Ensley High School faculty.dedication MISS MABEL ROWLEYFACULTY P rind) hi I On. E. E. Sr.cnniKST Art .... Commercial English History . . . Home Economies Um gauges . . Manual Training Mathematics Science Speech Girls’ Hoys’ DEPARTMENT HEADS ..............................Caroline Dick ................................Daisy Stacey ..........................Kathryn Green ..............................Frankie Enzor ..................... . Jerome Kennedy ............................. Florence Bates .....................Erskine Vandecrift . . . . . ... . . John R. Slaughter ..........................Kathryn Boehmer ............................ “lorence Pass ADVISERS INSTRUCTORS Grace Jones E. M. Carnes COMMERCIAL Mrs. Irene S. Reeve, Myrtle Wise, Mary Frances Turner, Lulic May Lockard, Lucile Grissom, Mrs. Flora W. Gunter, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Bcndell. ENGLISH Grace Jones, Mrs. Zola W. Thompson, Alberta Norwood. Mabel Rowley, Katherine R. Spring, Ruth Chiles, Agnes Oliver, Mrs. Flora R. Guy, Marjorie C. Sparks, Mrs. Blanche T. Lallas, Mrs. Lillie Ard Morris, Mrs. Lucile H. Glaze, Mrs. Azallne W. Large, Annie K. Loouev. HISTORY Mildred E. Snow, Ralph D. Williams, Margaret E. Cox, Juanita Walden, Mary Colyer, Claude E. McLain, Gladys Barry, Nell Tam-blyn, Mrs. Nell C. Miller, Mrs. Amelia G. Duncan. LANGUAGES Ruth Lee Long, Virginia Face, Felicia Metcalfe, Hazel G ke, Betty Cown. MATHEMATICS Mrs. Rosa W. Blackwell, Margaret Culp. T. N. Driskill, Winifred Farr, Marie linden. Garland K. Ethridge, Mrs. Katherine P. Randolph, Mary Till. SCIENCE Mrs. Lillian W. Looney, Mrs. Louise A. Beach. Mary H. Harris, Virginia Nancarmw, Mrs. Elina B. Bobbins, A. D. Staples. Agnes Hunt, Mrs. Ruby II. Harden, Mrs. Helm C. Ponder, Mrs. Ellis Woods Walker. HOME ECONOMICS Kate Whitfield, Jerome Kennedy, Helen Mohns. MANUAL TRAINING E. M. Carnes, A. V. J an nett, Richard Crimes, Burke Dupuy. MUSIC H. J. McClain, Elizabeth Selman, Elizabeth McNutt, Edith Pearson. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Kathryn Smith. Charles Duncan, Burke Dupuy, Claude E. McLain. LIBRARIAN Fanny Seay, Nan Elizabeth Miles (Ass't.). REGISTRARS Mrs. Ruth F. Riley, Peggy Brodic. Annie K. Looney. R. O. T. G Sergeant Male SUPPLY TEACHERS Elizal eth R. RogersMRS. ELIZABETH ROGERS It was only through her helpful advice and answers to our numerous questions that we were able to put the “Jacket” to press on time. Dick Dkasok Business Manager Bobby Tate Editor Assistant Editor Robert (.anthem. Asst. Business ManagerC. I H C U I- A T I O M A N A C E R S Nancy Jackson Howard Marshall S N A I S II O T S J a nice Wilson T Y P 1 S T S Many Jank Ahelk Mason Powell S P O K T S EDI T O R Ed English ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITORS A D M A N A G E R I Lee IIayley Henry Worrell Johnny Gibson Raymond Cates Caholyn Upchurch Paul IIowne Dolly Hakneu Hknhy SouthCLASS OF JANUARY, 1949 OFFICERS President.....................................................William Miller, Jr. Vice President....................................Hoi.t Andrews McDowell, Jr. Secretary ...................................................Virginia Sue Hicks IDEAL BOY Hair like . . Holt McDowell Eyes like . . . Lamar Jarrard Clothes like . . . Forrest Seale Physique like . . Terry Carroll Line like . . . Robert Rutledge Personality like . . . Bill Thorn IDEAL GIRL Hair like . . . Jennie Steadings Eyes like .... Patsy Vaughn Clothes like . Jeannette Hudson Figure like . . . Mary Jo Raines Line like .... Nancy Akins Personality like Carolyn Upchurch Prettiest Girl Handsomest Hoy Cutest Couple Wittiest Boy . . Wittiest Girl . . Teacher's Pest Most Popular Boy Most Popular Girl Most Athletic Boy Most Athletic Girl Best Actor . . Best Actress WHO’S WHO ...........................Peggy Williams ..............................Bill Miller J Terry Carroll ( Mary Jane Abele ...........................Bill Carpenter ...........................Martha Hicks ..........................Robert Rutledge ..............................Olen Love ...............................Sue Hicks ................................Ed English .............................Helen Jackson ...........................Charles Price .........................Norma Joe GardnerWILLIAM MILLER, uBilf....................................................President "To always be one of the gang.” Honors: President of Senior Class; Member of Ushers Club; President of Ses- sion Room five semesters. HOLT A. McDOWELL. JR.. “Mick"....................................Vice President “To be as good looking as John Stallings.’ Honors: National Honor Society; President and Vrice President of Math Club; Member of Ushers Club; Member of Latin Club; Vice President of Session Room; Vice President of Senior Class. VIRGINIA SUE HICKS, Susie" .................................................Secretary “To someday lx a woman like my mother.” Honors: Secretary of Senior Class; President. Vice President and Secretary of Session Room; A Cappclla Choir ’46. 47; Assistant Editor of Annual; 60 and 80 word shorthand certificate; Filing certificate; No demerits.SENIORS MARY JANE ABELE "To continue lx-ing happy.” Honors: Cheerleader '48; Business Manager of Big 7 Dance Committee; Vice- ChAirmun of Student Council; Pres., Vice-Pro. S. H.; Treas. Y-Tcens; 60-80-100 Word Shorthand Certificate. WILLIAM DONNIE ADKINS. " Bill" "To lie a member ot the Bobby Rutledge fan club.” Honors: No demerits; Perfect Attendance certificate. BETTYE FAYE ACERTON. "Betsy" "Love many, hate none, live long, and have fun." Honors: Girl’s League; National Thespians; Cast of "Dear Ruth"; Stuff of “Nine Girls "; "George Washington Slept Here”; Judge at Minor in oratorical contest. NANCY LEI AKINS Honors: Staff of "Moon Makes Three", "Dear Ruth", "Enchanted Cottage", "Perchance to Dream"; I-atin Club. JOHN CHARLES ALIANO. "Rumore" ‘To be the world's greatest announcer." Honor ; Staff of "Out of the Frying Pan"; “Arsenic and Old Lace”; "Blythe Spirit"; “George Washington Slept Here”, "Nine Girls"; "Our Town"; Lights for "Pirates of Penzance"; Radio Plays: "Titian", “Lincoln”; Pres, of Speech Class; Office Assistant for seven semesters; Candlelight Concert 1945, 1946; Music Festival; Lyric Club; National Thespians; Feature Editor of Yellow Jacket; French Club; Master of Ceremonies “Runyan Jones”; Marshall '44. ’45, ’46. WILLIAM GEORGE ALLEN. "Goon" "Bill" “To someday outlive all of my nicknames.” Honors: Football ’46, ’48; Basketball ’47, '48; Baseball '48; Cross Country ’47; Vice-Pres. Choir. WANDA NELL ATKINSON "Always to have something to do, something to love, and something to hojx1 for." Honors: National Honor Society; Pres, and Sec. ol S. H.; Fashion Show 45 ’46, ‘47, '48; Band Sponsor; No dements; Filing Certificate. DAVID HOBSON BATES. "Biddy" "To he able to master all events which come into my life." Honors: Pres, of S. R. twice; Member of Math Club; Member of Red Cross. EARL JAMES BLOMELEY. "Bed" “Finish College.” Honors: Baseball ‘47, '48; Manager ‘40; Basketball '48, Manager ’47; Foot- ball Manager ’46, ’47. WILLIAM LEE BOUTON ‘To always be as good-looking as 1 am now." Honors: Ushers Club; Spanish Club; Electrons Club; Junior Electrons; Session Room Pres. BETTYE JEANNE BRADLEY “To have more honors the next time I graduate." POLLY ANN BRINTON, "Dimples" "To always be happy." ALMA CAROLYN BRYAN. "Blondie" ‘To he a success in anything that 1 may undertake.” Honors: Pres, of S. K.; Boys and Girls League; Red Cross Member; Volley- ball Varsity ‘47, ‘48; basketball Varsity 47; V. P. Gym Class; Sec. Boys and Girls League. ROBIN LEE CANTER "To live a long life and be successful in my life.” Honors: Basketball ‘47, '48; Baseball 47, ‘48. ROBERT HEADDEN CANTRELL. JR.. "Head" "To live until 1 die.” Honors: National Honor Society; V. P. of Student Body; Editor of Handbook; Junior Kiri iron Club; Electron Club; Ushers Club; Twice Pres, of S. R.; See. of S. R.; Work in Lunch Room; Business Manager of Annual. BILL THOMAS CARPENTER. "Unk" ‘To be a success in life." Honors: Football letter ‘45, "46, ‘48; Track letter 45, ’46, ’48; Hold pole vault record in track. JAMES WILLIAM CARROLL. "Tank" “To lx a successful rich man." MARION CAMILLE CARROLL “To finish college.” Honors: Pres, ol S. R.; Honor Society; Library Assistant; Marshal. TERRY MONROE CARROLL ‘To be successful.” Honors: Varsity football ’46, ’47, ’48; Co-captain football ’48; Pres, and V. P. of "E” Club; Baseball ’47; Cross Country track team; Pres, of S. R. ROBERT PALMER CHALKER, "Chum" ‘To Ixrcome great." Honors: Ushers Club; Latin Club; Math Club; Sec. and V. P. of Ushers Club; V. P. of S. R.; Work in lunchroom. BOBBIE JEAN COLEY. "Koot” "To have friends and be one." Honors: Marshal; A Cnpelhi Choir; V. P. of Red Cross Council; Christmas Music Festival '46, '47, ’48; Girls Jr. Clee Club; Girls Glee Club; Candlelight Concert '46, '47, '48; Lyric Club; Spring Festival 46, '47; Office assistant for Mr. Games. CHARLES ELBRIDOE COONER, "Beaver" Honors: Spring Music Festival ’47, ’48; Candlelight Concert '47; All City Music ’47. WILLARD LYLE CURRY. JR.. "Curley” "To get out of high school.” Honors: D. O. Club. JANE ANN DOCKERTY. "Flirt" "To be as sweet as my mother and as smart as my daddy.” Honors: 60-word shorthand certificate; 80-word shorthand certificate; Marshal; filing certificate.SENIORS RALPH ALEXANDER DODDS, "Bubbo” To be i Chemical Engineer.'' Honors: See. ol Ushers Club; Orchestra four yean, Tennis Letter '48; All State Orchestra. All City Orchestra; AH Southern Orchestra; Spanish Club; Candlelight Con-cett; "45, 48, ’47. "Piratrs ol Penance." JAMES WILHITE DONNELLY "To get the most out of life for the less work.” Honor : Rand ’45. 46. ‘48; Track ‘48; Ushers Club. WILLIAM HARRY ELLIS. "Biir "To become a successful traveling salesman." EDWIN EZELL ENGLISH, "F.d" "To lie Head Coach at Alabama." Honor : Football '47, '48; Track ‘47. '48; Ushers Club; E Club; Student Council; Pte .. Vlce-Prci. S. R.; No demerit . JOYCE MARIE EPPERSON "To be happy in everything I do." Honors: 00, 80, 100. Shorthand Certificates; Assistant Typist Yellow Jacket. BETTY ESPY "Live, lasve and Leam.” Honor : Y-Tecn; Tn» Fool"; "Percliancr To Dream"; "Dear Ruth”; "I Remember Mama". VILA SUE ESTES. "Susie" "To always be happy and to have as much tun in the future as I have in the past." Honor : 80 word Shorthand Certificate. Member of the French Club; Assistant typist lor the Yellow Jacket. Honor : ROBERT JOSHUA FAIR. "Buddf "Join the Navy." Disc and Diamond; .No dement FRANCES VIRGINIA FERGUSON, " rnnp" "To have red hair." Honors: A Capped Choir '47, ‘48; Lyric Club; Horne Ec Club; Junior Girls Glee Club; Senoir Girls Glee Club; Christinas Music Festival 46. -17, 48; Foster Sunrise Service ’16. ’t7. 18. DOROTHY GERTRUDE FRANKLIN. "Dot" " To see the other side." Honort: Orchestra ’45. ’4b. 47. 48; Birmingham music Festival ’46; Ala. music Festival ’46. NORMA JO GARDNER, "to" "To make suet., s a journey and not u destination.” Honors: Omicron Delta; A Capetl Choir; Lyric Club; Masque and Gavel; Sec. of plays— ’Make Mine Music", ’ Helen Keller". "Sir Isaac Newton", Staff of Yellow Jacket ’40; no demerits. JACKSON HOWARD GIBBS. "lacklr" "To get rich." Honor : Member of Spanish duo; Math Club. Usher Club and A Capelin Choir; vice pres, of Math Club; Candlelight Concert for two years. RAY GREEN LURA WILL GUIS’. "Toatir" "To succeed in everything I nndertakr." Art Club; Senior Class Artist; Bund; Art Letter; Tri H’s; Scholastic WILLIAM HUGH HALL. JH.. "Bill’ "To get out of high school after si year ." Two year in U. S. Marine Corps MARGARET ANN HAMMOCK, "Peggy” "To he u success in the world." Honors: A Cappella Choir ’46. '47; Senior Girts Glee Club. Music Festival. Src. of S. R.; Candlelight Concert, ’45. ’ 16. ’47; 60 and 80 word Shorthand certificates. ’A Spring Revue", Math Club, French Club. Honor Society. Honors: Art awards. Honor : ELIZABETH PEARL HARRIS. "lAhb j‘ "To be happy always. Honor t: mond, E Club. WILLIAM THOMAS HART. ”Biff "To be a success in all I undertake to do.” B Football ’46. Varsity '48. Officer in R. O. T. C.. Disc and Din- CHARLES ROBERT HAWKINS. ’llaukeyr" "Quit work and retire." Honors: Disc and Diamond Society. Officer In It. O. T. C.. Junior Electrons. LEE REEDE HAY1.EY "To finish college." Honors: Football Vanity 47. 48. Ushers Club, Basketball Vanity ’47. '48, Baseball Vanity ’48. ELIZABETH ANN HAYWOOD. "Lit” "To be successful m the world." Honor : A Cappella Choir 16. 47. 48. Candlelight Concert ’46. ’47. ’48. Easter Sunrise Service -i6. 47. 48. Spring Revue 48; Christmas Music Festival ’46. ‘47. ’48; Junior Girls Glee Club; Senior Girl Glee Club; Marshal Captain; Latin Club '46. ’47, 48; no demerits. DOUGLAS CHARLES HERRING MARTHA ANN HICKS "To lie successful lu whatever 1 do." Honors: Pres. Home Economic Club; French Club; Fashion Show 45, 46, ’48; Annual Staff. ELSIE CANTRELL HIGGINS. "Red" “To learn to control my temper." Honors: National Thespians Society; Marshal two semesters; Vice Pres, of Gym Class; Red Cross; Staff of senior slays 18, 49.SENIORS P O( PS ALICE RAE HOUSE. "Red" “No to die rtii unckimnl jewel." Hutton: Jt. Rod Cross; Library Assistant; Latm Club. Lyrir Club; French Club Jr. uitii Sr Girls Glee Club; A Gupellu Choir. Yellow Jacket Stall; IW, 80 and 100-word shorthand certificates; Honor Society. MARTHA JANETTE HUDSON, "Monkey" " In lucctvd u» everything I undertake to do." Ilumint: Pm.. Viivl’m. and Sec. ol S. R.; Treaiuicr of Y-Tceiin; 60 and 80 word shorthand certificate; tiling certificate; Honor Society. BETTY NELL INGRAM ”To get an easy job with good pay." Honor : Nationul llminr Society, Sec. of S. H. riO nnd 80-word shorthund cer- tificate; film certificate . WILMA HELEN JACKSON. ••Jack” “To be xuccevsful in everything I undertake." Honorjr: Fashion Show ’45. Volleyball Captain; 60 and 80-word shorthand certificates; Perfect attendance certificate; Basketball Vanity; Basoludl Vanity. CHARLES LAMAR JAHKAHD "To get rich, quick." ELSIE JOY JOHNSON “Always to look on the brntbt side of life." Ilonon. Perfect Attendance ’47. '48; No dement ; Fashion Slwiw '45. 46, 47. "4H; Pn ., Vice-Pre ., Mr.ui Hanker of S. It. Honor . MARY JOHNSON. "Monkey" T » lie happy always " Basket hall Varsity '4U. Voneylmll Varsity '46; Jr. and Sr. Glee Club EDNA EARLE JOINER. "Tiifrjrir" "To winrnpluli unaccomplished accomplishments.” Ilonon: Pie , oi Home Economics Club 48. '49; Math Club; 60. HO and 100- word shorthand certificate ; Yellow Jacket Stall. National Honor Society. CURTIS ALLEN JONES "To do whatever u,r Lord want me to." Ilonon: Member and Captum of Disc and Diamond; First Lt. ami 1st Sergeant nl Disc and Diamond; Cadet Captain of H. O. T. C.; Pre .. Vice Pre . and Head Banker "I S It.; Sec. Spaiiidi Club; no demerits. HAROLD E. KEY. "Ifiir ' “88 Key.." "lo lie a good look.iik a Holt McDowell." Honor : GENE El' IX.A R KINGSLEY "To Ih- a foreign missionary." Math Club; Band. HARRIET EARLE LAMPKlN " lo make hi) own self be true.” Ilonon: Pres. of S H., l-ovs-mati's Regional Scholastic Exhibition '-HI. '48; Two K dd keys; Scholastic National Hiich School Art Exhibition. Canie pe Institute '46. I Honorable Mention); pres, ol Art Club. Art Lrttrr. Pint am! Second Prize Ala State Fair Art Exhibit; Work chmeii for exhibit at Museum ot Modern Art. N. Y.; Work exhibited at Buuiiugham Public Library; 60. 80 and 100-word sbnitlumd certificate. MARVEL LAWSON CONSTANCE MARIK LORINO. "Conni "To keep my man (Paul). Honor : Jr. and Sr. Cirl Glee Club; A Cupella Choir; Candlelight Concert '46. 47. ' 8; Sunrise Easter Service '46. Spring Festival '47. '48; Manlial. OLEN TAYLOR LOVE. JR.. "Ruddy” "To lie a successful eiqpiieer. -Honor : Pres, of Student Body; Pres, and Vice Pres, nl S. R.; Conned Rep- resentative; National Honor Society; Cadet Major in R. O. T. C.; Moodier of Disc and Diamond; Math Club. CHARLES LOVOY. "Hau-k" “Be there at the right time." Honor : BILLY LYNCH, "Ldy" "To become rich." Math Club; Spainsli (dub; Officer in S. H. Honor : Art (dub. ANNA ROSE MARINO. “Arm' “To keep my man (Lre)." JOSEPH ANTHONY MARINO. "Suit"' "To Ik an auto mechanic." HOWARD ANDREW MARSHALL. "HV lit "To Ih mayor of Wylam." Honor . Vice-Pro , and Sec , of S. R.; Chairman Sportnianship Committee; Annual Staff; Track '16; "Enchanted Cottage". "The Moon Makes Three", "Many Moons". "Perchance to Dream". "I Rememlier Mama"; Thespians; Masque and Gavel; Cheerleader '48; Baseball Letter '48. JIMMIE MARSHALL. "Fir,;" "To see more of the world. Officer of S. R.; Baseball '46. BOBBIE LOU McCLAIN. “Lefty” "To Ik happy throughout life." Volleyball varsity; letter in Gym; Sec. of S. R ; Marshal; Gym MARGARET McCROHIK "To marry a dentist." Sec. of S. R.; Girb !a ague, Rand. WILBURN WHITNEY McDUFFIE. JR. "To be as good a brick layer os my Dad." Honor : Honor : Lncker Monitor. Honor :SENIORS CRAIG COMER MITCHELL, JR. 'To hr wmcbody." Honors: Officer in S. R.; Due Mid Diamond; Officer in Due and Diamond; X. C. O. in the R. O. T. C.; Member ol lli-Y. member rii hand. IRENE MOORE MARY CATHERINE NELSON "To calch a tailor.” Honors: Member ol National ThfipikM; Member of MiW|»e and Gavel Society and Sec,; Vice-Pres. ol S. R DONALD EMILE NETTLKMAN, "Duck" 'To lie wi«e and prosperous." Honors: Officer in It O. T. C.; Dine and Diamond Society. ROBIN HARRIET NETTLES "Bird" "To l e a criminologist. Honors: Member of Thespian ; French Club; National Honor Society and Masque and Gavel. Oinicnm Delta; Vice-Pres and Pres, of French Club; Vice-Pres. «l 'Ihrspiuits and Honor Society: Vice-Pte . of S. R.: Member of Girl la'agoe; Lyric Club; Jr. Glee Club; Staff ot O. W. S. II.; "Our Town "Many Moons". Pres, o( Stall of "Ninon Makes Three"; Clast ol "l ear Ruth"; "I Remember Mama"; "I'm A Fool"; "Enchanted Cottage"; "Many Moon "; radio work; SiM rtinuu bi|i Committee '-18; III -tO»y Dept. '47, ‘48. Oratorical Conte t 48. ANNIE MARY NEUMANN. "Little On." To marry a rich man und live in l» Angeles." PEGGY MARIE NIX. "Peg" "To inary a rich man.' JACK THOMAS NOE "To get rich." PRi'rrr Stanley Parker. ••sitndrt- 'To be successful." Honors: Pro S. R. twice; Member of Jr. Electron Club and Usbei Club. BOBBY PORTER. "Rocy" "To graduate from Erisley.” MARTHA CAROLYN POUNDS “For Mary Jo and me to marry a millionaire. Honors: Vice Pres., Sec. S. It.; Sec. Y-Teens; Home Economic Club; Baseball Varsity; Volleyball Varsity; Basketball Varsity. CHARLES STEPHENSON POWELL. “Scree" "To develop a Incndwinning dynamic personality o characteristic of Mr. Ganir ." Honors: Prr . of S. R.; Member of Math Club and Electron Club. CHARLES FRANKLIN PRICE, "Little Beggar” "To always be happy.” Honors: Thespians; Masque and Gavel; Cheerleader '48. MARY JO RAISES To marry a millionaire." DOROTHY ANN REAGAN. "Dot" 'To make a success in my lilrr work." Honors: Vice-Pres., Sec. S. H.; Member of Latin Club: Terns. ol French Club; No demerit ; Girls' Basketball Varsity twice; Girls' Volleyball Varsity. JANE RIDDLE. "Grim.” "To lie a vuctevslul a Jeanette (Hudson) IxCrm.” Honors: Society editor ol Yellow Jacket '48. Head Proofreader of Yellow Jacket 17; Vice-Prcs,, Sec. S. M.; Mascot amt Yicr-Pre ot gym class; 80 and Htl word sliorlbaud COItif icatoft. MARY ANN RIGGS "To help Others." Honors: Girls' Junior Glee Club. Girls’ Senior Glee Club; A Oapella Choir; Christmas Festival; Candlelight Service; State Music Festival; 60 and 8i) word Shorthand Certificates. EUGENE E ROBERTS. JR., " rep” "To In H If eta II. “ Honors: Pres. Spanish Club; Pres, orchestra; Pres, and Vice-Pres. S. K.; Second desk in 1948 All State High School Orchestra. ALICE ANN HOSE. Twgnr” Honors: National Thespian ; Math Club; Stall ot Yellow Jacket; Orchestra; Cast of “Dr r I • lb", "I Reno tuber Mama" and "Many Moons"; Cast ol three radio play. . Sec. o 'h espiuus; school representative in A. I. A. meeting. dOHKHl EDGAR RUTLEDGE. JR.. "An,no Shostakovich" "To have teeth like John Stallings.'' Honors: "re . S. H.; Viee-Chnirniaii of Student Council, Ushers Club; Disc and Diamond; f ml er of Shadows Inc.; Tennis l-rttcr; Hollow football squad; First Sxt. R. O. T Work in lunch mom tour years. Member ol Jolly Boys '48. RUTH SCOTT BEDFORD FORREST SEALE. JR.. "Shorty" Ta lie a tall as Hubert Cox." Honors: Sec. S. R.; Member and Sec. ol Stamp Club. Rifle Team Letter '47; Cadet Second Lieut. R. O. T. C ; Member Disc, and Diamond Society. WILLIAM ANDREW SHACKELFORD. JR.. "Shack" "To win an argument with Mr. Staples." Honors: Ushers Club; Electron Club. Spanish Club; Art Club; National Honor Society; A and B Honor Roll; Vice Pres. S. H. HETTY JEAN SHIVER "To marry Hill anil live happily ever after." Honor . V»ce-Pr s., Sec. S. H.; no demerits. 60 and 80 word shorthand certificates; Junior Glee Club.SENIORS TOMMY SUE SIDES "To be happy tu whale er 1 do." Honor . Math Club; See. French Club; Home Economic Chib. MARY WADE SMITH "To be aide to paw in college and alway-t lie happy and tucce-ttful in life.' Honor . Y-Yrem; Girl Glee Club; Officer ol S. R ; Second place m E »a Oxilnl pvrn b ‘ Veteran ut Kompi War Organization. JOHN C. STALLINGS. "Corky" "To tune a phy»iqur like Holt McDowell." EKSKINE BYRD STAMPS. "Erk" Honor : Band four year ; Three hand letter ; Boy ' and Girl ' League. JENNIE DEAN STEADING. "Blondir "Hitch my wagon to a tar and tomrday he one. Honor : Member of 1). O. Chib. Vice Pie , of D. O. Chib. LAWANDA LEE TAYLOR "Boon" To become manager of the Birmingham Baron ." Honor . Staff of Yellow Jatari. Stall of "Our Town ; Manhal. SO-SO won! Shorthand Ortifkatr . BETH' JEANNE THOMAS. "Dean" To ruarry the man of my dream and have a Lloyd. Jr." Honor : Volleyball Vanity; Irea . French Club. Ca t of Our Town"; Staff of "George Washington Slept Herr '; "Ihe Enchanted (arftagr ; on railio play "Hrlra Keller . »peevh thotr. no dement . typ U tor Miu June ; 'lyimt and writer of Yellow Jacket. Man ha I. Ping Pong 1 oumanaeiit WILLIAM J. THORN. “Utile Wdlir" "to be a tall a terry (Stump) Carrol." Honori B-Team Football 46. B-1 ram basketball ‘47 (Alternate Cap!.). Vanity Football "48; V aroty Baieball '47. '48; Vanity Batkrlhall '48; Sec. S. H.; A Ciprlli Choir 48; Spring Revirw 48. Boy Glee Club 47 TOMMIE CAROLYN UPCHURCH. "Carolina" "To milr. not giggle, and to have more tenure time to lie more uece ful." Honor . Sec. ot Student Council, Pre Set. S. H.. Stall of Entley lligl llondltunk; Campaign manager. Stall of "The Jacket'; Ca«t of "Our Town"; Stall U "George Washington Slept Here". V-Teem, bU-8 MlfO w fd Sliorthaiui Certificate. Mantial; Pert ref attendance one year; No dement ; council reprr entative twice. MARTHA PATRICA VAUGHN. "Pal" ’To do well whatever 1 do " Honor : National Honor Society; Sec. Student Council; Pre Vice Pre . .uh! • Head Banker of S. R.; Manful Captain; Yellow Jackal Staff. Y-Trent. Maupu- an.: Gavel; Viee-Prr . of Girl ' and Buys League. Electron . Vfcr-Prr and Reporter U Latin (Hub; Stamp Committee. ERNESTINE WILLIAMS. "Ernie" "Tn lim h college Honor : No dement ; French Club and library a »i tant. PEGGY LOIS WILLIAMS. P W.“ "To mine owntell be true." Honor : Prr . S. R.. Sec. of S. R.. Clteerleade '47; Head Cheerleader ’48. A lapprlla Choir; Jr. Glee Chib. Senior Glee Club; Speech Choir, Hoy and Girl Lrngiw. Yellow Jacket Stull ‘46. ’47. ‘48. Y-Tem»; May Court. Shorthand Certificate ; (amlk-light Concert ’46. '47; Spring Review; Stall ol "Our Town ; Martha I. no dement . MARY LOU WILLIAMSON. -Lulu. Shorty. Low" 'To alway l e my own boat." Honor Sr. Glee Club; A Caprlla Choir; Candlelight Concert '40. 47; Vke-Prr . S R : Jr. Glee Club; 00 word thurtband certificate; I). O. Club; Girl and Bo Lengne. MARGARET EARLE WILSON "To be luuvuful in anything I undertake." Honor -. No drtnrrft .SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES ARE NOT SHOWN VIRGINIA ARMSTRONG ROBERT ATKINSON JACK LUVERNE BARNES ROBERT EUGENE COX MOSS IE JO LEE CLASS OF JULY, 1948 frank Lanier bonds CARL HIGGINS CATHEY. JR. SARAH NELL COLBURN JAMES WILHITE DONNELLY J. C. GROGAN JAMES ALEXANDER IIAFNER JACQUELYN HARDIN ROBERT WILLIAM HARRISON. JR. HUBERT DAVID HONEYCUTT WILLIAM LAWRENCE HOWARD JAME;, GREGORY KAMPS WILL RICHARDSON KARRH CHARLES REESE KENNEDY. JR. AUBREY WINONA MADDOX GEORGE BARBOUR MILLER. JR. JAMES WILLIAM PURSER CLIFTON DRAPER REACH FRANCIS MICHAEL REGAN PEGGY JOYCE SCIVLEY MARGARET LOUISE TEAL CHRISTINE VELOTAS CAROLYN MARIE WILLIAMSOF MAY President Vice President Secretary OFFICERS .......................Dick Deason .........................Bobby Tate .......................Janice Wilson IDEAL BOY Hair like .... James Johnson Eyes like .... David Brown Clothes like . . Richard Smith Physique like . . . Harry Mims Line like .... James Allen Personality like Godfrey Bottom ley IDEAL GIRL Hair like . Wynkllk Shoemaker Eyes like.............Janet Bell Clothes like . . Anne Virciguo Figure like .... Faye Rothe Line like . . . Marie Wiseman Personality like . Joyce Jackson WHO'S WHO Prettiest Girl . . Handsomest Boy Cutest Couple Wittiest Boy . . Wittiest Girl . . Teachers Pest Most Popular Boy Most Popular Girl Most Athletic Boy Most Athletic Girl Best Actor . . Best Actress . . . Janice Wilson . . Harry Mims j Velma Odom James Johnson . Clay Hurley . Eunice Batey Graham Phillips . . .Bobby Tate . Anne John . . John Gibson . . Joy Caudle . . Dick Deason Joe Ann BrownOFFICERS RICHARD W. DEASON, ' Dick"...........................................President “To lx a radio nnnouneer.” Honors: Vice President of Student Body; President National Thespians; Usher's Club; Cast of “Dear Ruth”, "I Remember Mama", "Our Town’, “Perchance To Dream", “Tile Moon Makes Three”; Masque and Gavel; President »f S. R. three Semesters; M. C. Talent Show; May Quirt 48; President of Senior Class. ROBERT CREYE TATE. JR.. “Bobby”....................................Vice President "To lx a lawyer." Honors: President of National Honor Society; Editor of Annual; President of Ushers' Club; Battle Citizenship Tour; Math Club Vice President; Masque and Gravel; Sec. of S. R.; Chairman of Publicity; Chairman of Scholarship; Cast of "Our Town", “Dear Ruth”, and “Perchance To Dream”; Marshal Captain; Vice President of Senior Class. JANICE WILSON.............................................................Secretary "To lx happy.” Honors: Vice President of National Honor Society; Latin Club; Electron Club; President Math Club; President, Secretary and Head Banker of S. R.; Marshal; No Demerits; Perfect Attendance Certificate; Annual Staff; Orchestra; A Cuppella Choir; Accompanist for A Cuppella Choir; Girls' Glee Club; Accompanist for Girls' Glee Club; Talent Show ’47, '48; Music Festival; Candlelight Concert '48; G xxl Citizenship Girl '49; President of Electron Club ’49; Marshal Captain; Secretary of Senior Class.SENIORS HI TH ELLEN ARMSTRONG. "Rmthn.' "To he sharp. be ntfanL bat never he (Ut Irokr." Honon. All-Statr Minn Festival; Candlelight Concert. M«nlal. Jr. Resl Cron; Vt Jr. Rctl Cron. Lync Club. C«rb Jr. Glee Chib; Enter Sunn»r Senxe; Library A » ; Trpnt Yellow jacket. 6l -wucd Shorthand Crrtrftcates; .Vo demerit . Bor ' end Cab' League. ERNEST ALLEN. "Butter" “To play college football." Homan: Football 1917-18; E-Club. RUTH ELK A ATCHISON. "Ruth,. JAMES JACKSON ALLEN. "Jimmy-Honor Tirn. 'I besptaus. Banker at Se . M.; Boy ' Glee Chib; A Cappella '47, 48. '49. Qmitnui SIii.k F rst, al 46. '47; Cheerleader '47. '48; Head Cheerleader '4S; Stall of “Our Town', “The Valiant"; "The Face''; “George Washington Slept Here'; "Ibe Moon Make Three". “Many Monm“; "Enchanted Cottage’ ; Cast of "The Moon Make Three"; “Dear Ruth"; “Perhaps To Dream"; “I Remember Mama"; "Two Radio play ". KATHRYN AUGUST. "Thumper" “To climb the North Pole. ' Honor . I’m. at S»-» Room. Pm. of Gym chit, Girb' Volleyball Varsity '45, "46. ‘47. ’48. Girl ' Basketball Vanity '47. ’4S; Girb' Baseball Vanity. Captain of Basketball Vanity, Tenni single champ wo. Shot hand Certificate; No dements. ERNEST ALLCOOD. "Ernie" ROBBIE FAYE BACLEY. "Hob" “To travel Honor i: So demerits. CESARE JOSEFH ANSELMO. "CeUoria" "To be a success in the business world." Honon: In Best drill company R. O. T. C; Fired in 8th army match R. O. T.C VILLA JEAN BARNES. “Jcanntc" "To succeed in all things.” Honor!: Math Club '47; Y-Teern; A Cappclla Choir 48, '49. ROLAND ELLISON BALLOW "Blue" "To go through college." Honon: Track ’18. DORIS BATCHELOH. "Dot" "To get Uie man I want." Honr n: Member ol the Spanish Club; Home Economics Club; Sec. of Set. Room "46; Mascot of Gym Class '47; No demerit . THOMAS DAVID BAXTER. "Tommy" "To lie a success in everything I undertake to do." Honors: D. O. Club EUNICE CLEMENTS BATEY. "Vwelets" Honon. Pres.. Vice Pres., Sec. of Ses. R.; Member of Jr. Girb’ Glee Club; Y-Tcem, Marshal; 60-80 word shorthand certificate; Yellow Jacket Staff 48. ROY BEAN. "BiitKun" "To raise beef cattle.” FRANCES LUCILLE BEASLEY. "Frankie" "To he a secretary.” Honon: Member of Y-Teens; Vice Pres, of Sr . R.; A Cappclla Choir; Candlelight Concert; Music Fc tival '46; 60-80 shorthand certificate. CLARENCE JERREL1. BEST. "Rickie" "To be all my sister wants me to be.” Honon: Prr-v of Ses R.j Frrs. of Red Cross; Member Electron Club; Concert 46. '47; Alabama State Chonts '46; Letter track '46. '47. '48; Manhal. ANNA JANET BELL, " o' "To have fnends and lie a friend.” Honon: Sec. of Student Body; National Honor Society; Pre .. Vice Pres., Head Hanker ol Ses H., Pre Latin Club; Sec. Math Club; Vice Pre . Electron Club; A Cappella Choir; Christmas Festival '48, 47; Candlelight Concert '47, ’48; Girls' Che Club; Girls' Ensemble; State Mutic Festival ‘47; Club representative in May Court ’48; Marshal. ilMMY CY BIGHAM, "Jim" r on that "Slow Boat 'I o China.” Honon: Yellow Jacket Staff ‘47. 48; Pres.. Vice Pres.. Sec. of Sc R.; Disc and Diamond Society ’46. ’47. '48; B Team Baseball '16; Rifle Team '46, 47, ‘48; Member of Best Drill Company in Armistice Day ’48. MARTHA F.MILA BOUC1IET. "Red" "To love and be loved by everyone.” Honors: Bovs' and Chris' League; French Club; Manhal) Library Assistant; Vice Pre . o| French Club; Fashion Show; Perfect Attendance; No demerits. WILLIAM JOSEPH BLEDSOE. "Hurk" "To direct the New York Symphony Orchestra" llonnn: Disc and Diamond; Rifle Tram '47. '48; Cast of "Perchance To Dream ; stall | "I Ht member Maniu"; member of best drilled R. O. T. C. Company in Armistice Day parade competition. HETTY JEAN BRANDON "To lie successful In whatever I undertake." Honon: Stamp Salesman; Dramatic Club '46; Red Cross Representaitve ’45, ’46; Jr. Glee Club '45; 60 word shorthand certificate. Marshal; No Demerits. BILLIE BOI.LAND BODIE. "Bill" "To l r a success in whatever I undertake." Honon: Vice Pre . Art Club) Sec. and Head Banker of S. R.; sit semesters iu Art Club; F’irst prize Art exhibit in F’air. JOAN BROWN "To write m I test seller.” Honors: Pres of Sr R.; Dramatic Club ’46; First prize in State Fair for short story. Scholastic key for writing. Staff of "Moon Makes Three"; Cast of "Dear Ruth”; "I Rrmrmltrr Mama"; No demerit ; Feature Editor for Yellow Jacket; Member of National Thespian ‘47. GODFREY BOTTOM LEY "To own my own automobile and travel Ihe United States.” Honon: Sec. of the National Honor Society; Trea . of Electron Club; Member ol Spanish Club; Pres, of Sr R. Vice Pre . of Res H.; Member of the council '48; Pre . of Student Body '49.CLAUDE JULIAN BOWEN "To lx- 4 lady’s man." Honors: Head Marshal «»f Student Body; Pw . o» Sr . R.; Member »l Council; He.ul Banker of Sc . K.; Member of Cabinet; Chairman nl Safety Camimllrr; Mcmlser l Inter IIiKb School Safety Committee; Latin Club; Electron Club; Uniter Club; National Honor Society; Marshal. Orchestra -15; Band 45-’49; worked in lunchroom; no demerits; perfect attendance for one year; Mcndier ol City Orchestra; Metnlier of All-State High School Orchestra. MILDHKD BULLARD. "Mick.y" “To travel." Honors: Varsity Vollevl»all_ '47; varsity basketball 48; Boys and Girls la-ague; Gym lasckor Monitor; Miss Jones’s Office. ROBKHT J. HHISI.IN. "Hoblnj" "Make a lots of money." Honors: Pie . Jr. Electron Club; Electron Club. Pres. Sec. ft,; Sec. of See. H.; .Spanish Club; Boys’ and Girls’ League. BETTY FRANCKS BURGESS "To grow at least two inch ." Honors: Vice Pres. See. H.; Yellow Jacket Staff; Candlelight Concert; Christmas Festival; Girls’ Glee Glob; fill word shorthand certificate. DAVID EDGAR BROWN. "Buster" "To inherit a million dollars," JOAN BURTON. "CMrkrn" "To always have what I want. 1). O. Club; Art Club; Two Scholastic keys; Art Exhibits; Art letter. Honors: VierrOR HERBERT BRUNSON. "Vick" "To make the first successful break from Alcatraz." Honors: Jr. Electrons; Best drilled Company Armistice Day Parnde; Non-Cnm- missioned Officer in R. O. T. C. JUNE BURTON. "Hugs" "To l e Bill’s Wife.’ Honors: Art Club; D. O. Club; one Scholastic key; Art Exhihits. TOMMY CALDWELL LOLA MAE CAMPBELL ROSALIE W’N CANTAVESPRE. "Roe Conn" ’To live to see." Honors: Two years in Home Ec. Club. MARY FRANCES CASIIION. "S lm” "To Jtct a job and keep it." Honors: (Ml word Shorthand certificate; Annual Committee; no demerits. BARBARA JOY CAUDLE, "C rmd e" "To make my brother as proud of me as 1 am of him.” Honors: National Honor Society; Candidate for Head Marshal; Campaign Manager; Marshal Captain; Sportsmanship Committee; I-ntin Club; Volleyball, basketball. Baseball Varsities ’45, ’46. ’47; Captain Basketball ’45, ’46. ’47; Pres. See. Sc . R.; Fir , ol Gym Class; Cheerleader. RAYMOND CATES. JR. "To net as much out ol life a possible." Honors: Pres. National Honor Society; Captain of Disc and Diamond; Officer in R. O. T. C.; Member ol Rifle Team; Captain of Rifle Team ’48; Pres. and Vice Pres, ul Session Room; Advertising Manager of Yellow Jacket and Annual; Member o| Honot Company Anuistic Day Parade ’48. Honors: Majorette. Band Concert. JOYCE CHAMBLISS "To understand Imy .’’ Member ol Y-Tcem; Part JOE COOLEY ill "Enchanted Cotluge"; JEAN CLARK. "Jennie" "Always lie pin , lint never lie minus" Honors: Orchestra letter; Vice Pres, of Ses. R-; All-State Orchestra; Candlelight Concert ’45. ’46, '47, ’48; Marshal; Member of Junior Red Cross; No demerit ; Cast of ■ radio play. WALTER GENE CRAFTON "To play Big League Baseball." Honors: Memlicr of Band; Two hand concerts; Twice Pres. of Se . R.; B Team Baseball ’47; Vanity Baseball 18, '49; Perfect Attendance Certificate. Honors: JO ANNE COLEMAN, "Pcpc" "To always have happiness in all my undertakings." French Club; Spanish Club; No demerit ; Gym OfficcT; Marshal. HENRY LIVINGSTON DARNELL, ’’f .infc” "To graduate from the University of Alabama.” .Honors: S. R. Vice Pres; Sec. Stomp Club, ’47; Pres. Stamp Club '48; Candlelight Concert ’47; Biology stockroom assistant. '46. BILLIE JOYCE COTTON. 'Rabbit" “To see Emley neat WiKnllawn in the Dixie Bowl. Honors: Junior Girls Glee Club; Senior Girls’ Glee Club; A Cappclla Choir; Candhllight Concert '40. '47. ’48; Spring Revue ’47; City Wide Christmas Music Festival 48; Father’s Night P- T. A. Meeting, ’47. 48; First prize Alabama State Fair Music Theinc Composition Exhibit ’47; Sec. Ses. R.; Member of Junior Red Cross; Marsha); No Demerits. PETE DICHIARA SYLVIA JANE CRUMLEY. "Sioofe Jnur’ "To strive, to seek, to lind, and not to yield.” Honors: A Cappella Choir; National Honor Society; Girls’ Jr. and Sr. Glee Club; Christmas Festivals; Christmas Candlelight Concerts; Orchestra. Lyric Club; Spanish Club; Jr. Electrons; Library Assistant. JOSEPH DI PAOLA. " or" Honors: Pres, of Band; All-Cits Baml; Christmas Festival Orchestra; Candlelight Concert. Three Band Concert ; Three Park Concerts; No demerits. SENIORSSENIORS MABCRETTE ELAINE DAVIS “To be happy always." , Honor : bee.; Head Banker ol Set. H,; Mrmlx-r ol Art Club «« em eater ; Mat Club; Electron Club; Boy ' and Girls' League; no dements. (iKAKLD DUNCAN “To become a great minister." „ . U her Club; Pre . Se». It. two semesters; Basketball '■18. '19; Pres, of Council ’ 19. B BasketIxdl '47; Varsih HOSE MARIE DOUGLAS “In get what I want the easiest way possible." GERALD DALE FAULKNER. "C.rrrtj" Honors: Latin Club; Math Chib; Usher Club; Electron Club; Pres, of Electron Club; Science Dept. Assistant; National Honor Society, Pres.. Sec. ol Se». M. MARTHA LOUISE DRYSDALE Honor -. Spanish Club; Art Chib; Vice Pres. Art Club, Two Scholastic Art Kew Three lint nrt prizes at hair; Art Lrltrr. ALFRED DAVID FIEVET. "Al" "To succeed at whatever I do.” Honor : Perfect Attendance Certificate '47, 48; No demerits. . , MARGARET ANN DUFFEY. "Du rtf" , Honors: Fashion Show. Spring '40; No demerits; Cast of four radio play ; Staff • if Dear Ruth ; Ca t of "I Remember Mama”; Home Economic Club; National rhrspians. ERLE BANKSTON FLEMING "To lie an electronic engineer.” TOMMIE RUTH DUNCAN Honors: Fashion Show 48; No demerit . GAETON GIATTINA . VESTA LOIS GAGE "To he a private secretary.” Honor : Member of National Thespians; Radio play ; Staff of two Senior Claw Play . ADOLPHUS HUGH GIBSON. “Hoot" “To be a good draftsman.” Honor. -. Vico Pre . Sr . R.; No demerits. PEGGY ANN GILBERT. 'Peg” “To make other people happy.” Honors-. Pres. Gym Class; Basketball Vanity. JOHNNY GIBSON "To find a million dollan." Honor : Baseball '47, '48; Alt. Capt. Baseball '48; Holder of Jefferson Count and Cits Strikeout Record (20 in one game); Football '47. '48; "All-City" football '48; Band two one-half yean; Two band concerts. BETTY' ANN GREER, “flnop" "To go to Paris, France." Honor : D. O. Club. SAM CIOVINCO MARY LOUISE GRIFFIN. "Littlr Bit" "To grow to Ik six feet tall." CARL HAY COBER. D.” "To finish college and become agood engineer" . Honort: Baseball Varsity "47, 48; Track ’47; Three yean perfect .ttfendance. CHETRUDF. NORA GUNN, "Trudy" "To be happy always." Honor : Orchestra '45; Sr. Girl ' Glee Club; Marshal; Lyric Club; Sec. Lyric Club; No demerits; Pre.%. of Ses. R.; a Cappclln Choir 47, '48; All-State Music Festival '45. '48; Orchestra Letter; A Cnppclla Choir Letter . ROSALIE LOUISE CUZZETTA. "RootHe" “To got out of Higli School.” Honors: Spanish Club; Home Ec. Club. MARION HAFNER. "Dolly" "To be a career woman. Honor . Manlial Captain; Glee Club; Sc . R. Officer; Annual Staff '18, '49. JAMES DEAN HARLESS. "Harless” "To sing bass at the "Met. Honor : No demerit ; Lyric Club Vice Pres. '48; Tennis Tram 48; Baseball '47; Basketball '48. '49; A Cappclla Choir '48; ’49: Pres, of A Cappclla Choir; Sec. of Ses R.; Cheerleader '48. Yellow Jacket Staff '45. ‘48. Sports Editor ‘48. ’49; Talent Show ’48; Jr. Electron ; Disc and Diamond; Sec. of Disc and Diamond. 1XJRIS ANNETTE HARRISON "To marry the man of my dreams.” Honor : Spanish Club; Trca . Home Ec. Club, Fashion Show '47, '48; No demerit ; Perfect Attendance. CHARLES DEANE HAVRON. "Coochic" "To lie a rich man." Honors: No dements; Sec. of Ses. R.; Vice Pres, of Ses. R.; B Team Basketball 45. '46.SENIORS CHARLOTTE JOYCE HEATH. "Slim" 'To lie a Rood secretary. Honors: Junior Rrd Cross; Devotional Chairman ol Sr‘. R.; Src. Home Ec. (Hull. CEORCE THOMAS HOLDCROFT. "Poe." "To keep certain pn»m» «-» I have made, and to open a store bigger than the one my Dad own ." Honor : Cast of "Our Town”: .Matte hand in "The Enchanted Cottage”; Ca t ol •‘Dear Roth"; IIrad Bunker of Srv R. two -emr»trr . BETTY RUTH HENDRIX “Live Ionic, have lun, love many, hate none." Honor : See. of Sr . R.; .No demerits. JAMES HOLLOWAY AMY HORTON TURNER "To keep Don happy." Honor : Glee Club. JOSEPH W. HOUSE. "Colonel" "To he a live-star General in H. O. T. C." Honort Pro. ol So. R.j No demerit ; Dive and Diamond; Officer in R. O. T.'C. VIRGINIA ANN HOUSE "To ro to college ' llonon: I- tin Club; Vice Pres, of Math Club; Electron Club; National Honor Society: Marshal Captain; No dement ; Two Perfect Attendance Certificate : Roy ' and (orb League; Cast ol "I Rcmemlier Mama"; Stall ol “Dear Rutb"; Animal Solicitor ul Jacket '10. PAUL THOMAS HOWSE. "P. Home" ‘To become a millionaire.” Honor . Pro. of So. H.; Vies Pre . Sr . H.; Sec. Ses. R.; Doc ami Diamond Officer; Kill Team Winner; No demerit . MARY ANN INMAN CLAY B. HURLEY, "Mud" "To In a Cheerleader." Honor : No demerit ; Vice. Pres. So . lb; Marshal. GLORIA JUNE IRELAND. Jimlr" "Livi king. nave fun, love many, bate none.” Honor : Marshal; Fashion Show Ifl. KARL J. HUTTON, "Hut" "To Ret not ol school." Honort: No demerit . MARY JO ISRAEL 'To »ign my name with and "H. N. ' on the end ol it." Honor . Twice Sec., and once Vicc-Pre . ol So. K.; Glee Club; A Cappella Choir '48, 49; Candlelight Concert ’46, ’49; No dement . BILL JEFFERSON JOYCE ANN JACKSON. "lackron" "To know a many wonderful peuole alway u I have kitown at Emley. llonon: National lionor Society Swth Seme ter. Candidate lor Head Marshal; Vice Pre . of Se . K.; Vjcv Pre . ol Electron ; Jr. Electron ; Math Club; larfin Club; Sr Electron ; Jr and Sr. Glee Club; and A l.api»ella Choir; Marshal Captain; Lo»l and Found Committee. JAMES OLLIE JOHNSON. JR.. "Sonny" "Not lo know a mucti as some people think they know; but to know more than most teacher know I know." Honor - Prrv and Sec. Se . R., H Team Football ’45, 16; Track ’46. '47, '49; I). O. Club; Xnii-CnmuittMoiicd Officer in R. O. T. C. MARY ANN JACKSON Honor : Member of National Honor Society. WILLIAM JOSEPH JOHNSON "Tii linbh college." Honor : No demerit ; Perfect Attendance Certificate; Boy ' Glee Club. NANCY ELIZABETH JACKSON. "Hmly." "Live long, have lun. get rich. t«y young.” llonon: Cheerleader '48; M«t«qur and Gavel; Y-Teerw; Sparnth Club; Marshal Captain. Stall oi Dear Ruth' . Pre . ol Stall for "I Remember Mama"; Vice Pre . Sr . H.. F.mtey representative at Uiinco Coulenmce; Stall ol Yellow Jacket; See. of Y-Tern»; 60 and 80 Word Shorthand Certificate' ; Circulallon Manager of Ihe Annual; R. O. T. C. S| on»or. RAYMOND JOHNSON SARA ANNE JOHN. "Squint" "To l»- a happy m college a I a m high cIk »I ’ Honors: Chee rleader ‘47; Head Cheerleader '48; Big Seven Representative; Sec. of Student Council; See. ol Y-Trcn . Pre . ol Se . H.; May Court ’48; A Cappella Choir; Jr, nod Sr. Girl Glee Club: Mar»hid; Pro. ol Y-Teens, JUANITA KING. "Xlta" "Secretary" ROBEHT J KEEL. JR.. « .” "To Ik- jiucccuful in life. ' llonon. Ollicvr in R. O. T. C.. Di«c and Diamond. EDITH MAE KIRKLAND, "tdic” "To Ret whatever I act out lor in lilc." llonon: Fashion Show 48; No demerit ; Mnnhnl.SENIORS JANILS DIKE KlMBHOl'GH “To hromir a uumlul butiiirv nun.” Ilonon: Petted attendance record lor nor year; Math and latm Club. N'llinwl Honor Sourly, MARY KELL KNIGHT "To br lucmsful.” Honori: J. and Sr Glee Club; A Capprllu (.'hau, Candlelight Concert ’46. 'A' Ea»(rr Siiiimm Service, Stair and City Mmic festivals. Spring Hrvkn. OLIVER F KITCHEN' "To fumh uhool.” Honori. Mmiber of hand four yeun. perfect attmdancr for (Mir year. CAROLYN SUE LEE. Sutic" “To have many friend and live up to m mothrr and daddy'» expectations. Ilonon. National Honor Society; Pro Scv R.; no (Irmrnlt; Yellow Jack Typists; Spanish Club; Marshal 5 irnntm; Honor Roll every »emoter; Jr. and Sf Gti-v Club ; Candlelight Concert ’-16; Mime Festival '47; State Music Festival ’47. Sbortb.ind Certificate . Honor»: merit . Honor : THOMAS CARL LAWSON. "Brhr" "To be a tu«r«. Orclieslra, Seirnce Dept.; Letter; l t prize at Fair for radio; no dr-JOAN LOCAN, Lo n» " fb graduate ami retire. Latin CTlnli; Hand; V-leem. MARION HUBERT LOWE. "Polcy" "To be Mayor ol Doccna." WILLODEAN LOWERY. • Ramey' "To he successful and happy. Honan: Vht President Se . H.; Sec. So. R.. no demerit ; 3 Piano Recital . 60- word shorthand certificate; 2nd prize at Fair (cake); no failuro. VINCENT SALVADOHE LUCIA. "Lukr" "To accpurr one inillion dollar , and a pretty wife.’ Ilonon: Vice hn, and Head Hanker of Se . M.; caught only once chewing gum KATHLEEN MARTIN. Kat" ‘ To lie a nur e ami to travel." Ilonon: I). O. Club; Officer of .hr Gym. ROBERT THOMAS LYNN. Sonny" “To be a photographer, ' NORMA JEAN MARTIN DALE, "Pinky" 1 o always Ik- able to make ttio r I Jove happy. GEORGE MASSEY. "Foxir" "To see Howard Howell attend clmol w ithout miioing any day .’’ Honor Vanity ba ketliaU' 46. Ilonons AUDREY JEAN MAXWELL. Auhcr” ’’To he , ucce ful in the future.” Ilonon Vice Se R.; Sec. Jr Electron ; Home Ec. Club, National Honor Society; Sr Klectrnu . Sponsor Jr. Electron ; Stall Ka hi(Mi Show ’47. ’49; Model Fashion Show 18; Perfect attendant c three year ; Yellow Jacket Typist ; 60-wnnl shorthand certificate; Charter MemlM-r A. J. A. S. HARRY MIMS. "Long.” "To cc Bill Thom get a lug a I am.’’ Vanity Football ’17. 18. CAROLYN McARDI.F. BILLIE JEAN McDANIEL, "Hill" "To Ik- a cute u Ernestine.’’ Sec. Se . R.j Y-Teens; no demerit ; fMI-worrl hnrthand certificate; Mar- EDNA DORIS McDANIEL. "Mock "To always Ik- a happy a I have Ikvii in high echo'd. Home tming Certificate; Fa hinu Show ’16; Marshal. ERNESTINE McDANIEL. F.mir’ ’To lie a cute a Billie Jean." Fashion Show ’46; Mar lial; Head Banker Ses. R.; Y-Teen». CI.ARINEL McKIN.NON. Sell” "To alway do my Ik-»I.’ Sec. Home Ec. Club ’48; Pro. D. O. Club ’48. dial. Ilonon: Ilonon: Honor : Honor ; JANET McREA. "Mac." Tn Ik- a good wife and mother.” Ilonon: Pro. So. H.; Gym letter l t kethall; Volleyliall Vanitio; Yellow Jacket Staff 45. 10. 18. JACQUELYN MIDDLETON. "Jackie" "To alway Ik- happy.” Ilonon: Sec. and Head Banker So. H.. Fashion Show ’46; D. O. Club; Spanish t.luh; Jr. Red Cm» Representative. MARY JEANNETTE MILLER "To laugh and help those around me to laugh." Ilonon. Band '45, "48, '47; Y-IVcm; Head Banker So. R.; Mar hal Captain; Stall "Dear Ruth ”. ”1 Hemcrnlier Mama"; Ca t "The Bishop’s Cnndlotick ." Honor•. ALLEN MARIE MINOR. "Cripp" “To Ik- a successful stenographer. Sec. Se . R.. Baseball Vanity.SENIORS MARY ANN MIRANDA “To he Honon: No demerit ; Girl ’ and Boy ' League. ROBERT E. MURPHY, "hoaiiy” “Co to College." Motion: Member ol Hou e and Ground twice; See. of Se . R. BARBARA MORAN MARTHA JANE NOLAN "To be there." Motion: Math Club; Sec. Electron Club; Jr. and Sr. Glee Club; Candlelight Con- cert 45. -4B; Vice Pre . Se . R.; Stall "Dear Ruth , "Moon Make Thrrr 'j Mall and Cast "I Remember Mania"; Christmas Pe tlval '45, '46. '47. Annual Representative; Representative to Ala. Jr. Academy ol Science; A t. in Science Dept.; talent Show 47; A t. Chnirrnnn ol Club '48; National Honor Society; no demerit . MARVIN NIX. JR.. "Brother" "To he successful in everything." JURKTTA OAKES "to always be happy." Mimort. Heal Manhal; National Honor Society; Vice Pie , and See til Se . It; Spanuh Club; Math Club; Vice Pre . Math Club; Club Representative in May Court; no ■lenient ; Annual Staff. MARIE ODDO "To lie successful in the futurr." Motion: D. O. Club; No demerit . VELMA ODOM "To carry joy from the lile ol chool into the vchool of ble." Motion: Mascot of Gym; Volleyball Vanity '46; Boy ’ and Girl ' League, Pre . l2), Vice Pre . and Sec. ol Se . H-, Manhal, 3 semester ; Latin Club; Stall of "Dear Huth"j Ca»t of “I Remember Mama" and “Perchance to Dream"; iu demerit . BETTY JO OTTS, "Dodger" ’To make Howard a Rood wife." Motion: Pre . Se . R.; Majorette ’48; no demerit MARY NELL PALMER. "Slur Sell" "Love many, hate none, live long and have tun.” Motion: -Fashion Show'45; Latin Club; Glee Club, no dement . Marshal; Candlelight Concert '48; State Music Fe . al ’47; City Music festival 'tfl, '18. Motion: paign skits '48. Motion: DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS. "Datc" ‘To tell which twin has the Toni." "B" Iwwkethall '47; "B” football '47. '48. Prr . Stamp Club '48; Cam- BENNIE LOIS PARKER. Boogie" "To raise Sweet William. No demerit ; Vollrylwdl Vanity 3 years. MARGARET WILMA PARKER. "Peggy" "To have u twinkle in my eye and a sung in my heart." Honors; Pre ., N ice President and head banker Se. . H.; Vice Pret. Jr. Glee Club; Pre Sr. Glee Club; ineinlnr of A Cap| e||a Choir; Spanish Club; Pre . Y- teens; Cheerleader '48, '49; Sponsor of R. ). T. C.; Pre . Council; National Honor Society; 60-80 Shorthand Certificate. HAY E. POSEY BETTY JO PHILLIPS. "Bb lic" ' "To succeed." Honors: Sec. and Vice Pie . Se . R.; Sec. D. O. Club. MASON POWELL. "Pinky" Motion: 60-80-100 word shorthand certificate; Vice-Pre . (2) Sec. (2) and head banker Se . R.; no dement . JACK PRATT "Eat, drink and be merry lor tomorrow may never come." Motion: D. O. Club. JACK PRESTON ‘To be a research chemist or a history teacher." Motion: Electron Club; Sec. Tn-H Club; no dement . ANNE PULLEN •To get my Mrs. degree." Motion: No dement ; Majorette '40. '47. '48; Girl ’ Glee Club; Pre Se . H. MARTIN PROPST "To Ik- a radio singing tar like Denni Day." Honors: Cast "Pirate of Peintance' ; Lyric Club; A Cappclla Choir; Candlelight Concert ’45. ‘46. '47, '48. JOYCE PURVIS. "Purer" ‘To make a good succes ol myself in the future business world." Honors; 60-81) word shorthand certificates; Ses. R. officer; D. O. Club; Red Cross Club; no demerit ; Marshal; Gym -etter. JOHN J. PUTMAN. "J" • Id know and understand." Motion: Editor Yellow Jacket, 3 eine»ten; Cabinet Member 3 semesters; Pres French Club; Officer Disc and Diamond; Rifle Team 3 year ; Math Club; Set. Ushers Club; Jr. Hcd Cro»s; Hl-cub Club; Vice Pres. Ses. R.; H. O. T. C. Officer, battalion itaff. MARTHA ALICE RAXSON, "Bitty" "To be like my mother, and marry a man like my Daddy." Honors: Shorthand certificates; Ses. R. officer; D. O. Club; no demerit . Marshal; dec Club. CHARLES HOWELL RAINES. "Tiny" "To carry Anne riding in a Cadillac convertible." Honors: Math Club; D. 0. Club. w 5 l • i r i O fi 1 k V -S £•' ■ c ( SENIORS LESTER RANKIN. “Clmcy" "To lM ci mr a Mk’IiiuihaI Kninim r." Honor : Usher Club. FAYE HOT HE RICHARD REEVE. “Rick" "Not to break anymore window on my paper route.' Ilonon: Pre . ,iml Social Chairman O. • . Club. ANNETTE SCHII.LKCI ROBERT LEE ROLLINGS. "Rohlnj "To In- a luctfw. ' Honors: Ire . (J) uml Vue Pre . nl r e . H.; National Honor .Society. MARILYN JOYCE SCOTT "To be a Irlend to everyone,” Honor No di-merit : A Cappelia Choir '-lb, 1 .48. Sprint Revue .|7, "H, Candlelight Corner! lb. 4 , 18; taster Sunrise Service Iti, I., t8, Vice Pro ol So. h.; Glee Club; Miaic Festival. FRANK RUTLEDGE, "Frankie" "Diesel Engineering. Honors: Pro, Se . R.; I). O. Club. WYNELLE SHOEMAKER, “Scillc" "In aim high ami reach my goal. Honors Pre . i J) So. II.; bee. So. It.; I re , birnu; No demerit ; Manlu i semester ; (Ml-80 won! shorthand certdientr. CLYDE SANSING. "Cl,n ix" "Here today and gone tomorrow." Honors. D. O. Club; Marshal .wo .emoteis. MAltll.Ol' SIIUBERT HARRY SHOEMAKER Honors: Vice Pre Se . it.; perfect attendance certificate; A Cappelia Chou j Lyric Club; no demerit ; "Pirate ol Penzance Candlelight Concert IH. »7, -18. BOBBIE LEE SIMS. "Red" "To achieve »ucee m wnutever I do.” Honors: Vice Pre . Sec. and Ranker Se . H , Sr Cla» Artist; Vice Pre . Sec. A«l Club; Marshal, 1st nod 2nd pri . »‘l l air. Certificate ami K. s in SchollMtH 18; MI demerit ; t»(l-80 word »hortnnnd irrtilic.de, Sp.uosli Glob. BERNARD SMITH MARTHA SMITH Honors. Marshal Im I w.m, Y-TeetHi M l • tom .. Nice Pre . Se . R.l Sec. ol Senior Sc . R.. No dement ; Second Prize at fair lor Food ROBERT RICHARD SMITH, “Rick" "To ee Mrs. Ponder i eechlc v Honors: 1). O. Club. ROCHELLE MARIK SNOW. "Shrllic" "To own n Jeep." Honor . No demerit ; A Cappelia Cnutr 48. 49; Spring Review ’47, ’48 Candlelight Concert 47, '48; Manual; Pre . (d Vice Pre . (2) Se . It.; Glee Cluh ; Music Fe tivul. STANLEY SMITH, "Firrlroll" Honor : Pre .. Trcas. Se». R.; It.ukelbali Vanity 47, ’48, Alt. Capt. ’49; B.oe- ball Vanity 18. 19. NORMA JEAN STISHKK "To Ik- a lucteu in everything I do." Honors: Manhal, no demerit . HENRY THOMAS SOUTH. "Doc" Honor : Math Club; Electron Club; Yellow jacket Stall; Annual Staff. EDNA JUANITA STOKES "To Ik- happy, live long, ami Ik- successful." Honor : Jr. and Sr. Ctrl ’ Ulcr Club -»6; Candlelight Concert '46; Manhal C i - lain '47; Marshal I ctnt- tcr»; 60-wOrd shorthand certilic-.de. JAMES R SPARKS. "Sparkij" ‘To aim high and hit nurd.” Honors: Sec. Sr . R-. Spanish Cluh; no demerit . Honor : Society. HAZEL JEANETTE THOMAS. "Sum " “To uccced in what I set out to do. ' Spanish Club. Math Club; Electron Cluh; no demerit . National Honor RALPH SPRUELL ROSEMARY TP.AINA. "Balowj" "To ice Del Carra and Bernard l.onno graduate." Honor : Vice Pre . (21 and 5ec S - R.. Mascot Gym Clan; Vice Pres. (1 Gym Class Home £c. '-Hub,SENIORS JANIES CLIFTON STONE llnnor : Vlcf Pre .. See. stamp Club; Ham! Letter year . HOSAI.IK TOHTAMASI. "Bahy" "To itDdiMtr Honor Horn ' Kc. Club; Fa hioii Mmw - ; Candlelight Omcrrt. BILLY J. TIMMONS, "Guntraut" Honor : Member of Hand; Vkt I’m. Mump Clun. SAHAII JANE TROBAUC.il "fo .iivvayx In- happy. Honor : Math Club; Girl l.lcr Club; Canou-iight Concert; City Miuk Festival; ■tdiiiai Show '17, MARGARET ANN VINES. ",Maggie" "To In a l.Mi'lwn SrctoMiy and a uwru ncing happy.' Honor . HO and SO word Shorthand Certificate; No Drmrrth. Ftnich Club. ANNE VIRCIGLIO. "Little Virrig" "T Irani Mary Jani- Ah.-ir to »ay "Whuopcc-r-r-r" Honor . Pit .. See. Of So. h.; Vice Pre . of Y-Trrn». 60-81) word Shorthand Cer-ihcatr ; Member m safety Umunitth'. BOBBIE JEAN WALKER "To hr Miccrvvtul and liappy in in chosen held." Honor : Boy ' and Girl U(Hf(ur; See of Matli Club; National Thespians; Ca»l Fmmman Fullback' ; Director " 1 wo ilentlemrn on 1 hauksgiving Day'; Candlelight owerrt '48. BILLY EUGENE WALKER. "Butty" Honor : D. O. Club; stamp Club; Cast of "t nr I own". Eucbanted Collage” Honor : WILLIE EMALEEN WALKER. SaarkU" "Id |{rl my M. H. S. l r rre. Gler Club; No demerit . JAMES IIAHOI.I) WALLACE. "Jimmy" “To ||rl a |«ib I tom twelve to one with an boor oil lor lunch.’ Honor . Junior F. les t run Club; I). O. Club Honor : BETTY ANN WHITE "To Iw an uc ..«mtanl who make-. 600 a month.' Spanish Club is. Horton; lli-Y Club. JOHN WHATLEY. "Johnny" "To hi- ambition .'' MARY CORNELIA WHITFIELD. "Carney" Honor : Jr. Sr. Girl ’ tiler Club; A Cnppelln Choir; Marshal; Kleclron Club; .mdlehght Concert ‘46, ‘47. ‘48; Spring Review 47; Cilv Mu»ic Festival '48. Honor . WILLIAM JOSEPH WHITFIELD. "Hilly’’ " I'o pa Physics in college Matb Chib '17. '18; vice Prc . Si- . K. MAVERN LIELA WILKIE "Id hr happy and Huccrsstul." Honor Boy ami Girl ' League; Jr. Electron Club; French Club; Medal of aceHence in French; V ice Pre . I n-n Club. CHARLES THOMAS WILLIAMS. ••Tommy" llonon: Pie ol Ses. H.; National Thespian ; Miuque ami Gavel; C«»t of "The duun Make Three Mall of “Dear Ruth". ZOE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS. "Hill" “To lie a hermit." Honor : Volleyball '15. ’46; Basketball 4H; French Club Pre .; Math Club; Lyric dub; Caudlebitbl Concert 46, 48; Girl ' Glee Club; Sec. of Sc . H.; Sprint; Concert HAROLD WILLIAMS. "Jak. " "To Ik- a number one U. S. citr .cn" Honor : Football '45, ’46. 48; Track '43, 46; Pn». ol Sr . H.. K. Club. MARGARET ALICE WILLS. "Matt’ Honor. : D. K. Department 48. '40; Talent Show 48. "49; Marshal; Entertain- itent ol Fre. bmeu '47; All-City Choir '48. '49; Glee Club; Lyric Club. DONAIJ) GLOVER WILSON. "Foot" "It name i Mary Ann.'' Honor : National Tlicvpian ; Maopic and Gavel; Football B Team '46; Varsity ‘46, 18, Track 45-’47; Cn» Country Track '46, '47; Prince in May Day Court; Prc . of c». R. twice. MARY ELIZABETH WILSON, "Dihhir" "To lie a secretary" Honor : 60 and 80 word Shorthand Certificate ; No demerit ; National Honor society. JUNE MARIE WISEMAN. "Duffy" Honor : Vice Pre ., Sec. of Sr . R.; Y-Teens; Member of Cabinet; Latin Club. HENRY LOUIS WORRELL "To undcr tand women.” Honor : Math Club; Jr. Electron Club; Officer ol Disc, and Diamond; Rifle cam ‘48, '49; Pre ., Vice Pre ., and Sec. of Sc . R. EVELYN WOOD, "fled" "To be a Micce . ’ Honor : Lyric Club; Girl ’ and Boy League; Jr. and Sr. Girl ' Glee Club; ■uidlrlight Concert '48, '47; Spring Review '47; 60 word Shorthand Certificate.BOBBIE RUTH YOUNG To be a Micceisful office gU.n Honors: No demerit ; Fiuhion Show '47. ☆ Not of the sunlight. Not of the moonlight, Not of the starlight! () young Mariner. Down to the haven, Call your companions. Launch your vessel. And crowd your canvas. And, ere it vanishes Over the margin. After it. follow it. follow The Gleam. TennysonJANICE WILSONSUE HICKSNHOf3NNVIt NANCY JACKSONPEGGY PARKER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First Rote—Ann House, Jane Nolan, Joy Caudle, Joyce Jackson, Edna Earle Joiner, Bette Oglctree. Peggy Thompson. Patsy Vaughn. Mary Ann Jackson. Audrey Maxwell. Carolyn I Are, Jim Kimbrough. Second Row— Margaret Wilson. Wanda Atkinson, Peggy Hammock, Mary Jo Haines, Janet Bell. Janice Wilson. Sylvia Crumley. Sophia Ann Mize, Hobin Nettles, Jeannette Tltomas. Third Row- Juretta Oakes. Camille Carroll, Mary Elizabeth Wilson, Betty Nell Ingram, Jeanette Hudson, Holt McDowell, Peggy Parker, Gtnlfrey Bottomley, Bobby Tate. Fourth Bon;—William Shackelford, Curtis Jones, Holwrt Cantrell, Gerald Faulkner, Bobby Bollings, Raymond Cates, llnrvel Lawson, Jerrie Walker, Marjorie Stewart, Jane Darden, Olcn Love, Julian Bowen. tSTUDENT OFFICERS FALL '48 Left to lUnlit -Jaw Darden, secretary; Julian Bowen, head marshal; Dick Deason, vice president; Olen Love, president. STUDENT GOVERNMENT OF THE SPRING Left to Hinht-Jurctta Oakes, head marshal; Bette Ogletree, vice president; Godfrey Bottomlcy, president; Janet Bell, secretary.STUDENT CABINET First flatt'-Difk Deason, John J, Putman, Norma Routine, June Darden, Julian Bowen. Second Rou —Leu Haley, Peggy Parker, Olen Love, Peggy Thompson, Marie Wiseman, Bobby Tate. STUDENT COUNCIL First Roto—Bill Miller, Bill Qifiekl, lohn Hoehester, Ann Vircigleo, Sophia Ann Mize, Edith Ingle, Godfrey Bottomley, Wanda Atkinson, Betty Jean SilLs, Eddie Rcagor, Cail Ireland, Sue Hardy, Sylvia Davis. Second Row—Jerry Adams. Donald G ok, Spurgeon Keith, Bohhy Bollings, Joy Caudle, Nelson Stuckey, Charles Douglas. Olen Love, Jane Darden, Martha Ann Smith, Bohhy Mc-Gaugh, Ruth Cushion, Ann Jones, Della Baker. Third Row—Dick Deason, Tommy York, Lee Hayley, David Middleton, Hubert Rawson, Bruce Andrews, Norma Jo Gardner, Peggy Parker, Ann John. Edna Merle Crooks, Camille Tate, Partricia Sprague, Billy Kearney, Tommy Memory, Charles Pinson. Fourth Rote—Robert Rutledge, Julian Bowen.USHERS CLUB First i(»«;-Eil English, Lee lluyley, Ed Roliert Cox, John Putman, Jack Gibbs. Second hut—Godfrey Bottomloy, Gerald Duncan, Uulx'ri Rutledge, Hill Bouton. Third Ion -Jack Halicy, Julian Bowen, Hilly McKinnon. Jack Mills, Donald Brice, Hubert Hawson, Bobby Cbalkcr, Holt McDowell, Troy Scoggins. Fourth (out'—Stanley Parker, Jimmy Prince, Hilly Shackelford, Lester Rankin, Dick Dea sou, Billy Owens, Bobby Tate. Gerald huu!kucr, Hill Miller. Ralph Dodds, Roliert Cantrell. MATH CLUB First Rme-Chuson Brunson, Tommy Sue Sides, Mary Holden, Arleta Campbell, Juretta Oakes. Joat) Tice. Ann Harr. Sue Israel. Troy Scoggins. Second Row—Joe Maxwell. Sar.i Jane Trobaugh, Marion Denson. Zoc Williams, Edna Earle Joiner. Jackie Gibbs. Henry Worrell, Billy Whitfield. Hobby Tate. Third Row-Jack Hailey. Tommy Grow. Donald Brice, Gene Kingsley, Jimmy Prince, Hill Lynch, Holt McDowell, Nldmlas Bottn, Tommy Mitchell.R. O. T. C. OFFICERS First Row—Joe House, K. J. Keel, Peggy Parker, Jane Darden, Olen Love. Joseph Cooley, Forrest Seale. Second Rote—Charles Hawkins, Robert Fair, Bill Hart, Donald Nettlcmun, Curtis Jones. DISC AND DIAMOND First Rote-Bill Hart, Joe House, Peggy Parker. Jane Darden, Roltert Cox, Raymond Cates, Curtis Jones, John J. Putman, Second Roto—Robert Cornelius, Philip Davis, Joseph Bledsoe, Jimmy Harless, Joe Cooley. Third Row— R. J. Keel, Jackie Mills, Olen Love, Charles Hawkins, Robert Rutledge, Jimmy Prince. Fourth How— Jimmy Bighum, Rol ert Fair, Donald Nettleinan, Paul Howse, Roger Pointer, Henry Worrell, Craig Mitchell, Forrest Seale.SENIOR ELECTRONS hint Row— Mary C. Whitfield, Ann House, Janice Wilson, Janet He'll. Jeanette Thomas. Second Aon;—Jack Preston, Audrey Maxwell, Joyce Jackson, Henry South, Godfrey Bottomlcy, Thinl How— Steve Powel, Martha Jane Nolen, Jerrell Best, Fourth Boa—Gerald Faulkner. Julian Bowen. JUNIOR ELECTRONS First Row—Betty Barnhart. Augusta York. Betty Rogers, Audrey Maxwell, Sue Hardy. Second Bote—Jean Moon, Barbara Ethridge, Maureen Sleeter. Mary Faye Olson, Libby Foster. Third Row—John Rochester, Tommy Ogletree, Ray Cotton, Fred Lamar.MARSHALS First Row—Olivia Swann, Martha Ruth Wilson, Ann McLaughlin, Frances Walker, Hetty Jean Sills, Dolly Hafner, Julian Bowen, Nancy Jackson, Anne Virciglio, Betty Ann Sayers, Mary Elizabeth Thomas, Martha Smith, Jimmy O'Dell, Jane English. Second Row— Edna Ruth Hammett, Barbara Nell Jones, Bobhye Docherty, Margaret Gillian, Barbara Eubank, Joy Caudle, Joyce Jackson. Ann John, Jeannette Miller, Eunice Batey, Faye Rothe, Doris Lindsey, Velma Odom, Carolyn Lee, Geraldine White. Third Rote—Patricia Graham. June Ireland. Elizabeth Haywood, Robin Nettles, Barbara McClain. Mickey Heath, Ann House, Peggy Hubbs, Patsey Vaughn, Joan Logan, Neal Mouchett, Martha Griffin, Gertrude Wright. Edna Stokes. Fourth Roto—Margaret Waters, Jerry Martin, Juanita Roberson, Gail Allred, Blanclie Vowel!, Alma Watson, John Thomas, Janice Wilson, Jean Moon. Fifth Row—Joan Martindale, Joan Elmore, Edna Lett, Ruth Cashion, Josephine Artale, Katie Mae Brown, Joan Wald, Frances Bras field, Susan Darden, June Williams, Alice Gray, Jane Hayes, Arleta Campbell, Joan Coe, Betty Kelley, Doris Downs, Dorothy Hazel. Amelia Dietz, Cecilia Gibbs. Sixth Row—Aileen Ramey, Sue Israel. Letha Taylor, Myrtle Clifford, Ruby Hemphill. Bobbie Lou McClain, Gertrude Gunn, Virginia Driskill, Carolyn Carrett, Eleanor High, Jane Bryant, Shirley Crick, Joyce Wells, Sue Hicks, Nancy Clements, Charley Williams. Seventh Row—Laurance Cross, Bobby Tate, Billy Tate, Robert 0 x.AUDIO-VISUAL ASSISTANTS First Hoio—Robert Crow, John Lee, Curron Whitson, Donald Cook, Jack Bailey. Second How■--Jimmy Purvis, Ed Bailey, Billy McKimmon, Sam Keenon, Milo Keathley, Walter Seehrirst. Third How—Alvin Myers, Tommy Crow, Ralph Dodds, Jack Preston, Carl Lawson, Gerald Faulkner. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS First How— Miss Seay. Ernestine Williams, Arleta Camplx-ll, Judy Wilcutt. Ellen Maxwell, Irma Gressler, Faye Zimmerman, Gail Smalley, Marie Wunderlich, Margaret Watters, Barbara Smith. Second How Betty Hartwell, Sylvia Crumley, Mavern Wilkey, Carole Faye 11 askew. Cay Pettiford, Lucille Wade, Edith Wise, Carolyn Cooper, Peggy 11 abbs, Patricia Lambert, Julia Ann Robinson, l.elton Westbrook.STAMP CLUB First Bote—Edgar Clower, Bobby Hawkins, llrnry Darnell, John Thomas, Larry Crisp, Jimmy Cumpl cll. Second Rote—Raymond Johnson. Nelson Stuckey, Ralph Reid, Stuart Harris. LIBRARY CLUB First How—Edith Wise, Betty Joyce Hill, Sylvia Thomason, Inna Cressler, Fave Zimmer man, Barbara Smith, Gail Smalley, Dora McDaniel, Miss Frances Seay. Second How—Billy Herbinger, LeRoy Hudson, Lucille Wade, Carolyn Cooper, Hester Hall, IVggy Huhbs, Fatricia Lambert, Julia Ann Robinson, Lelton Westbrook, Charles Mann.D. 0. CLUB First lime—Jackie Middleton, Dora Jean Fluker, Jo Ann Hurlmdi, MuIk 1 Edge, Jennie Steading, Kathleen Martin, Johnnie Parnell, Marie Oddo, Greta Heina, Rosalie Guzzeltu. Second liou— Martha Coin,, Hetty Jo Phillips, Martha Hanson, Frances Lewis Elfeabctlt Koss. Martha Alice Wills, Richard Reeves, Hay Green, Richard Smith, Jack Pratt. Third How— B« ttv Greer, June Burton, Joan Burton, Charles Haines, Lyle Curry, Hol ert Lynn, Bill Walker, Joe Cooley, Tommy Baxter, Jimmy Coo| er. Clyde Sunsing, Jimmy Wallace. YELLOW JACKET STAFF First How—Edna Stokes, Jean Williams, Betty Burgess, John Putman, Jimmy Highum, Paul Mouse, Mary Neal Mouehett, Roger Pointer, Nancy Jackson, Jane Riddle, Norma Romine, Janet McRae. Second How Joan Brown, Virginia Howell, Rozelle Parker, Martha Mae Neeley, Melha Bridges. Jackie Brodie, Bette Ogle tree, Peggy Thompson, John Rochester, Billy Murray. Third Row;—Jerry Walker, Marie Zanis, Ruth Armstrong. Aline Hamev, Gladys, Williams, Carolyn Lee, John Douglas. Audrey Maxwell, Corrine Davis, Cretrude Wright, Peggy Williams, James Simmons, Troy Scoggins, Jack Male, Marion Spina. Fourth How -Sophia Ann Mize, Eunice Bntey, Marjorie Stewart, Peggy Cox, Juanita Roberson, Jack Bates, Jimmy Prince, Hcnrv South, Raymond Cates, Jimmy Harless, Jerry Williams. Oscar Crumpton, Hoy Cotton, Hilly Doason, Bill McKimmon.Hl-Y _ (Hoic—Vance Braswell, Billy Miskelly. Jack Reagan, Charles Williams, Robert Daniels, Ronald Gnfttfett. Second Row—Eddie Reagor, Fred Reed, Jimmy Alexander, Bmec Andrews, Hubert Raw-son. Pat Quinn, Jacob McQueen. Third Row—Bobby Hall, Jimmy Trittnn, Billy Harless, Billy Nettles, David Middleton, Bill Cofield. Y-TEENS First Row—Frances Beasley, Edith Ingle. Patsy Vaughn, Jerry Stanscll, Carolyn Upchurch, Mary Wade Smith, Mary Jane Abele, Peggy Williams, Nancy Jackson, Marie Wiseman, Anne Virciglio. Second Row— Dmcilla Beasley. Ann John. Peggy Parker, Jeanette Miller, Joyce Chambliss, Jean Propst, Nonna Romine, Patsy Webb, Mildred Hudson, Faye Roth, Barbara Richards, Jean Barnes. Third Row—Betty Espy, Jeanne Lee. Augusta York. Neal Mouchett, Nancy Clements, Billiejcan McDaniel, Ernestine McDaniel, Edna Montgomery, Carolyn Pounds, Jo Ann Logan, Martha Smith. Eunice Batey.HOME ECONOMICS First Row—Rosemary Traina, ftosalce Guzzetta, Doris Batelielor, Doris HurriMMi, Camille Tate, Carolyn Pounds, Virginia Ferguson, Bertie Jo Moore, Lenoru Drummond, Miss Mnhns. Snow Row-Ctcia Rebut, Bettie Dunuie, Audrey Maxwell, Jane Stewart. Jean Miller. Edith Inglfc, Martha llieks. Edna Both I kinds, Ann Dulfey. Betty Weldon. Thhrrl Ron -Rosalie Cuntavespre, Edna Earle Joiner, Mary Nell Durham, Clarinell McKinnon, Rosalie Tortoinasi, Mary Ellen Reagan, Janet Carlin, Joyce Heath. JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL Fir t RoW—Mareelia Thompson, Catherine Comer, Roger Pointer, Barbara Pond, Jean Coley. Second Row-Betty Kay, Elizabeth Henry, Billie Cray Stewart, Peggy Holden, Peggy llubbs. Betty Sue Phillips. Third flow?-Barbara Cambill. Nona Faye Coleman. Juanita Robertson, Barbara Patterson.TRI-R CLUB First Raw-Frances Posey, Mary Frames Traina, Peggy Thompson. Second Row-Mnvenic Wilkey, Ann Barr. Patricia Lambert. 1 bird Hour—Lucius de am pert, Marjorie Stewart, Jack Preston, Barbara Hicliards. SPANISH CLUB First Hole—Virginia Howell, Doris Batchelor, l ris Harrison, Jane Muir, Edward (dower, John Thomas. Juanita Roberson, Gail Aired, Nell Frances Lowrey. Second How—Josephine Art.de, Jo Ann Coleman, Carolyn Lee, Jo Ann East, Virginia Henry, Jean McWaters, Elizabeth Foster, Martha Mae Neeley, Mary Jo Wiggins, Barbara Eubank, Jo Ann vVald. Third Row—Edna Lett, Murilou Subcrt. Betty Ann White, Ruth Marshall. Joan Martin-dale, June English, Edmund Laml etli. Donald Spurrier, Bill Bouton, Ralph Dodds.THESPIANS First Row-Jean Williams. Bobbie Walker. Faith Collins, Betty Barnhart, Jo Ann Lane. Ann Rose, Annie Grace Carroll. _ _ , Second Roto-Jerry Walker, Elsie Higgins. Elizabeth Hutto, Betty Agerton, Betty Ogletree, Gladys Williams, Ann Duffey. Third Roto—Norma Jean Brasfield, Sophia Ann Mize, Jane Darden, Majorie Stewart, Margaret Recce. Mary Katherine Nelson, Peggy Thompson, Norma Jo Gardner, Robin Nettles. Fourth Rote—Charles Williams, Bruce Andrews, Bobby Jones, Howard Marshall, James Allen, Dick Denson. Don Wilson. MASQUE AND GAVEL First Roto—Bette Ogletree. Sophia Ann Mize, Betty Barnhart, Jerry Walker, Jean Williams, Gladys Williams. Second Row—Patsy Vaughn, Nancy Jackson, Jane Darden, Margaret Reece, Mary Katherine Nelson, Robin Nettles, Norma Jo Gardner. Third Roto—Bobby Tate, Charles Williams, Bruce Andrews, Bobby Jones, Howard Marshall. Dick Deason, Don Wilson.HRAMATICS “I REMEMBER MAMA[ A CAPPELLA CHOIR First Aoio-Mifii Selman, Joyce Jackson, Joyce Scott, KlizaUth Haywood, Faith Collins, Norma Franklin, Jerry Walker, Helen Taylor, Mary C. Whitfield, Joyce White, Peggy Thompson, Joyce Webb. Ann Barr, Mary Neal Mouchett, Constance Lorino, Jean Coley, Jean Barnes. Secotui Bote—Nancy Clements, Billie Joyce Cotton, Sophia Ann Mize. Carolyn Martin, Tommy Ogle tree, Anthony Pitts, Pat Quinn, Bobby Sullivan, Harry Shoemaker, Billy Tate, Jack Hooks, Virginia Ferguson, Sylvia Crumley, Joyce McBride, Peggy lluhhs, Janice Wilson, Third Hour-Patsy Webb, Trudy Gunn, Janet Bell, Josephine Hosato, Gertrude Tortorid, Charles Williams, Martin Propst, Jack Gibbs. Jimmy Harless, Donald Bayne, Bill Allen, Bill Cofield. Mary Jo Israel, Rochelle Snow, Betty Oglctrec. LYRIC CLUB First Row—Jeanette Bussell. Virginia Driskill, Mary Flizal eth Warden, Orville Hines ley, Joyce Wells, Carolyn Martin, Joyce McBride, Anne Pullen, Norma Franklin, Jean Coley, Martha Ann Christian, Martha Ann Smith, Ellen Maxwell, Barbara Crum, Mary Ann Ballow, Carolyn Jackson. Second Row—Jane Hayes, Jane Bryant. Eugene Roberts. Martin Propst, Bill Owen, Jack Rooks, Anthony Pitts, Harry Shoemaker, Billy Sullivan, Tommy Ogletree, Jimmy Harless, Trudy Gunn, Joyce Webb.ORCHESTRA First How-Sum Keenon, Patsy Self, Lillian Reed, Mudelyn Chilian, Dorothy Franklin, Sylvia Crumley, Ann Rose, Joe Perkins, Dun Cuilian, Jerry N'elems. Second Row— Helen Merrill, Jean Clark, Barbara Cambill, Jane Neleins, Ronnie Odom, Joe Randolph. Lcland Craves. Third Row-Jerry Englen, James Tritton, Mary Jo Wiggins, Eugene Roberts, Charles Brock, Robert Crier, Ralph Dodds. ART CLUB First Row— Charlotte HoLstun, Alice Cray, Donna Williams, Elaine Davis, Catherine Whitfield, Bobbie Lee Sims, Martha Drysdale Second How-Bob Phillips, Jean Winslett, Barbara Coocli, Joan Oh , Arleta Campbell, Barbara Eubanks, Martha Mae Neeley, Mary Jo Wiggins. Third Row—Rulph Prince, Billy Bodie, Helen Robinson, Harriet Lampkin, Marilou Slmbcrt, Jane English, June Burton, Joan Burton.LATIN CLUB First Row-Joy Caudle, Jerrie Walker, Velma Odom, Helen Taylor, Frances Walker, Nancy Clements, Patsy Vaughn, Cecilia Gibbs, Janet Bell, Janice Wilson, Ann House, Joyce Jackson. Second Rme—Clifton Johnson, Sue Israel, Gladys Williams, Sophia Ann Mize, Frances Posey, Lena Camiba, Barbara Best. Mickey Heath, Jane Darden, Jere Williams, Betty Jean Sills, Eli alnth Haywood. Tlurd flou;-Donald Cuiliun, John Lee, Donald Qtok, Pat Quinn, Fred Lamar, Betty Ogletree, Ann McLaughlin, Martha Wilson, Jimmy Burch, Honnic Odom. FRENCH CLUB First Row—Martha Bouchett, Barbara Ann Williams, Peggy Hummock, Janet Vines, Gail Cost, Mary Faye Olson. Second Roto—Betty Jean Thomas, Dorothy Heagen, Elizabeth Hutto, Carolyn Garrett, Virginia Driskill, Third How—Marcelia Thompson, James Simmons, Johnny Aliuno, Kenneth Duggan. Fourth How-Jo Ann Johnston, Tommy Sue Sides, Zoe Williams, Vila Sue Estes, Maveru Wilkey, Kobin Nettles.OFFICE ASSISTANTS First Row—Gloria Young, Elsie Higgins, Jean Coley, Faye Wheless. Second Row—Frances Walker, Mary Lou Scott, Robin Nettles. Third Rote—Tommy Baxter. SENIOR GYM GIRLS First Row—Bobbie Lou McLain, Dorothy Reagan, Earline Vaughn. Second Row—Kathryn August, Jeanette Thomas, Jurettu Oakes, Carolyn Bryan. Third Row—Mary Ann Inman, Bennie Lnis Barker, Mildred Bullard, Jo Ann Coleman.VARSITY CAPTAINS First Rote—Betty Sue Lee, Kathryn August, Sue Darden, Betty Caldwell. Second Rou?—Barbara Richards, Betty Kay, Janet Carlin, Edna Hammond, Joan Pilliterri. GYM OFFICERS First Rote—Anne Jones, Jo Ann East, Ann Norris, Sue Sims, Frances Eppes, Melba Bridges. Second Roto—Sylvia Johnson, Blanche Vowell, Sylvia, Davis, Ann Waggoner, Sylvia Beavers, Dale Hall, Eleanor Kennedy. Third Roto—Bennie Lois Parker, Faye Garner, Patricia Sprague, Carolyn Bryan, Kathryn August, Sue Darden, Joan Curl. Fourth Rotc-Alene Tyree. Barbaru Stinger. Mary Ann Inman, Mickie Snead, Jo Ann Pillitteri. Dorothy Reagan, Carole Gay Adams, Barbara Richards, Joan Aldridge.PEP SQUAD First Aoic—Betty Kelley, Blanche Vowell, Sue Darden, Virginia Maenza, Catherine Gnner, Melba Bridges. Second Amo—Betty Vomer, Janice Bennett, Evelyn Bailey, Ann Norris, Johnny Brown. Ruth Gunn, Gwen Houston, Kathryn August. Third Row—Jo Ann East. Barbara Stringer, Kate Brown, Juretta Oakes, Etheleenc Nelson, Joan Curl, Edna Mammond. Fourth Row— Bobbie McClain, Janet Carlin, .Mickey Snead, Jo Ann Pilliterri, Dorothy Reagan, Jackie Brodie, Frances Kinney. Jean Moon. vollIyball First Row— Margaret Gilhan, Zola Mae Jones, Betty Caldwell, Betty Kay, Sue Darden, Barbara Richards, Sydney Stewart, Edna Hammond. Second Roto—Frances Eppes, Kate Brown, Barbara Stringer. Faye Garner. Ruby Anne Duke. Jo Ann East. Evelyn Barley. Sylvia Beavers, Melba Bridges, Virginia Henry, Martha Ingram, Frances Vinson, Lucy Nolen. Third ton;—Bobbie McGaughv, Mary Ann Nix, Beverly Stamos, Christine Moore, Patricia Sprague. Anne Waggoner. Kathryn August, Betty Rogers, Dale Hall, Margaret Dambcrt, Frances Kinney, Gail Cost. Betty Jean Youngblood, Sammic Faye Harris,. Fourth Row-Mary Holder. Jackie Brodie, Jean Tinney, Amelia Dietz. Alcne Tyrie, Bennie ta i.s Parker. Mary Ann Inman. Jo Ann Pilliterri. Dorothy Reagan. Faye Hyde. Dore McDaniel. Ruby Mims, Joan Aldridge, Betty Sue Lee.BASEBALL First Row- Martha Ingrain, Catherine Comer, J » Anne Pilliterri, Sylvia Beavers. Second Bote—Margaret Cillcan, Sydney Stewart, Zola Mae Jones. Betty Kay, Birdie Joe Moore. Third Rote- Marie King, Jean Tinney, Kathryn August, Betty Sue Lee, Kaye Garner, Alene Tyne. Betty Caldwell. BASKETBALL First Row—Kathryn August, Betty Sue Lee, Joan Pilliterri. Edna Hammond. Second Raw—Zola Mae Jones. Betty Kay, Kate Brown, Mildred Bullard. Sue Darden, Dale Hall, Frances Eppes, Margaret Cillean. Third Bote—Rebecca Nalley, Betty Weldon, Sammie Faye Harris, Cail Williams, Sydney Stewart. Jo Ann East, Barbara Biehards, Melba Bridges, Betty Jean Youngblood. Fourth Rou— Sue llavron, Barbara Stringer. Barbara Miller, Patricia Sprague, Martha Ingram, Virginia Henry, Faye Hyde, Mary Holder, Joanne Wald. Joy I nicks. Fifth Row- Ethcleone Nelson, Amelia Diet . Jean Tinney, Alene I vrio, Joan Aldridge, Betty Caldwell. Dorothy Keagan, Mickey Snead, Faye Garner, Ruby Mi mi.MAJORETTES Caroline Jackson, Sue Douthit, Frances Lewis, Ann Gautney, Elizabeth Loss, Bobbie Beasley, Barbara Douthit, Be»tic Harris, Ann Pullen, Martha Ilules, Mascot. %% THE BANDCHEERLEADERS Patsy Webb; Jimmy Harless; Joy Caudle; Billy Jones; Nancy Jackson; Ann John, Head; James Allen, Head; Peggy Williams, Head; Peggy Parker; Charles Price; Mary Jane Abele; Jane Darden; Howard Marshall; Nancy Fox; Ann Phillips. B-TEAM First RotO—Bruce Andrews, Tom Swindul, Billy Parks, Jack Reagan, Jerry Raines, Roger Thom, Billy Nettles. Second Roto—Charles Williams, Dick Scott, David Middleton, Jake McQueen.BASKETBALL First Row— Rolwrt Stntum, Ervin Shcrer, Bruce Andrews, Lucius deYampert, Stanley Smitli, E. D. Clover. Second Bote-Gerald Duncan, David Blankenhorn, Jimmy Harless, Edmund Lambeth, Don Wilson, Hubert Hawson, Coach McLain. Third Rttw—John Earl Vaughn, Johnnie Christian, Jerry N'elems. SUMMARY OF ’47-48 BASKETBALL SEASON Ensley opened what was to be a very successful season by turning back Ramsay 31-29 at their home court. They followed up this start by winning six of their first seven Big Five contests. Paced by later to Ik- All-City Earl Noe and sharpshooting Lucius de Ynmpcrt, the Yellow Jacket quintet mowed down their opponents. With a cinched tie for the Big Five championship, the Ensley team was edged out by an underdog West End squad and forced to shore its title with the Ramsay Rams. In the district tournament Ensley drew a determined and improved Woodlawn team and was eliminated in the first round. One of the highlights of tl»e season was the swell trip to Raleigh and Dunn, North Guo lino, that the team took. They split two well played games and came home with a good idea of lw w the boys up north piny basketball. The players who made letters were Captain Frank Bonds, Alt. Captain Bob Lumpkin, Jack Turner, Lucius de Ynmpcrt. Earl Noe. Jack Roberson, Gerald Duncan, Stanley Smith, Lee Hnyley, Earl Blomcly, George Massey, Bill “Goon' Allen, Bill Thom, Charles McCtung, and Woody Moss. The team ended up a season of very tough games with a record of 13 won and 8 l«wt. This is another tribute to Coach McLain, who always turns out a highly respected team. BASEBALL First How—Howard Marshall, James Tubbs, Joe Coker, Philip Smith, Vincent Piz itola, Gene Grafton, Ervin Sherer. Second Arne—David Blnnkenhorn, Jimmy Harless, Carl Gober, Robert Statum, Hubert Rawson, Stanley Smith, Coach McLain. Third Rote-Johnny Gibson, Roger Walk, Joe Marino. SUMMARY OF ’48 BASEBALL SEASON ENSLEY—4 BESSEMER—3 Billy Sullivan pitched a two-hitter. lohnny Gibson got a double and a single, Bill Gibbs had a double. ENSLEY—3 WEST END-4 Robert Statum got a double and a single. Losing pitcher was Billy Sullivan, who allowed 10 hits. ENSLEY—3 PHILLIPS—1 Jack Barnes homered in the ninth inning to bring in the winning runs. Johnny Gibson pitched n three-hitter. ENSLEY—3 WOODLAWN—1 Billy Sullivan pitched a four-hitter. Jack Barnes got a home run and a triple, while Johnny Gibson got a home run. ENSLEY—4 RAMSAY-3 Woody Moss got a home run in the tenth inning to win the game. Earlier in the game, Red Gibbs had hit a home run. In this game Johnny Gibson struck out twenty Rams to set a new high school record. ENSLEY—16 BESSEMER—0 Robert Statum and Earl Blomely got 4 hits each. Billy Sullivan pitched a" two-hitter. ENSLEY-0 WEST END-4 Woody Moss got E ns ley’s only hit of the (tame, a single. Johnny Gibson was the using pitcher. ENSLEY—7 PHILLIPS—4 Earl Blomely and Johnnv Gibson had a triple each for Enslcy. Billy Sullivan was the winning pitcher and allowed only 8 hits in this rather free-scoring game. ENSLEY—4 WOODLAWN—0 Woody Moss slashed out three hits for Ensley. Johnny Gibson and Billy Sullivan pitched for Ensley. ENSLEY-1 RAMSAY-2 Sullivan was the losing pitcher and gave up 10 hits. Ensley had only three hits in this game.TRACK First Rmo—Tommy Mitchell, Bill Carpenter, Donald Brice, Ellison Ballow, Charles Hay. Second Row-Don Wilson, B«»l l y Sullivan, Robert Barham, Gerald Watts, Jack Musselman, Charles Waldrup. Third Rmo-Kcnneth Burks, Bill Dollar, Ancel Wallace. Charles Foster. Bledsoe May, Tommy $ holes, John Lee. TRACK SUMMARY I(X) yd. Dash: Billy Carpenter. Bobby Sullivan. Tommy Slades. 220 yd. Dash: Billy Carpenter, Bobby Sullivan, John Lee. •MO yds: Marion F.llison, Harold Williams, Robert Barham. SSO yds.: Don Wilson, Donald Brice, Tommy Mitchell. 220 Relay: Billy Carpenter, Don Wilson, Marion Fliison, Ellison Ballow. Mile: Billy Neighbors. Shot put: Jimmy Hancock, Ed English, Bill Dollar. Discus: Jimmy Hancock, Ed English. Broad Jump: Charles Ray, Billy Carpenter. High Hurdles: Dane Harris, John Lee. Low Hurdles: Ellison Ballow.FOOTBALL SQUAD First Roto—Tommy Caldwell, Bill Thom, Terry Carroll, Donald Kendrick, Boh Cod win, Phillip Smith, Ervin Shcrer, Johnny Cibson, Bill Carpenter. Second Roto—Kenneth Burks, Graham Phillips. Roger Wald, Robert Station, Lucius de Yampcrt, Brantly King, Donald Brice. Third Row—David Blankenhorn, Bobby Wade, Robert Barham, Robert Vandiver, Bill Savage, Vincent Pizzitola, Jack Brown, Lex Rogers. Fourth Rou-'-Bill Allen, Don Wilson, Lee Hay-ley, Ed English, Bill Hart. Harry Mims. Tommy Mitchell. Jimmy Alexander, E. D. Glover. VARSITY FOOTBALL First Row—Lucius de Yampert, Tony Mims, Ervin Shcrer, Donald Brice, Terry Carroll, Co-Capt.; Ed English, Lee Hayley. Second Row—Bill Carpenter, Tommy Caldwell, Co-Capt.; Philip Smith. John Gibson, Roger Wald.Despite: a leg injury from last season. Big Ed English made a remarkable showing lx»tli offensively and defensively. The back field of Carpenter, Di Chiura, Caldwell, and Allen was outstanding in Big Five competition. Bill Hart and Oscar Crumpton arc two of the nigged linemen who liel| ed to make Easley’s line one of tin- best in the city. The trio of Ervin Sherer, Howard Howell, and Terry Carroll were very capable of anchoring down the center of the Ensley line.FOOTBALL SEASON ’48 ENSLEY—30 FAIRFIELD-0 The Ensley Yellow Jackets unleashed a ground attack l ehiu I a hard charging line to claw Oh Fairfield tigers. "Rod" Wald and Bill Carpenter sparked the Ensley running attack. ENSLEY—14 TALLADECA-0 The Jackets met a hard playing, determined Talladega eleven, but sent them home defeated. Bruising line play and vicious tackling Listed the entire game. ('apt. Tommy Caldwell rammed over "Degas" left guard from the one to win the ball game. De Yampert kicked his second point of the game. ENSLEY—20 PIIILLIPS-7 All looked bad for Ensley when "Shorty" White, fleet Raider back, took a pass from Kendrick and waltzed into the end zone. Phillips led 7-0. John Gibson raced off tackle for a Jacket score with less than three minutes to play left in the half. “Rod” Wald, Ensley punt return specialist, romped 64 yards for a marker. Early in the 3rd period. John Gibson bulled his way around left end, climaxing a 61 yard Jacket drive. ENSLEY—6 WOODLAWN—12 'Hie Woodlawn Colonels upset the favored Jackets us Freddy Mims, Colonel Cupt., intercepted a Jacket forward and raced for a T. D. Line play on both squads was good. Woodlawn’s second marker came in the 3rd period when Booker tossed to Byrd in the end zone. Ensley came lwick as "Rabbit” Smith plunged around right end for a score, climaxing a drive from the Jacket 43. ENSLEY-0 ROBERT E. LEE-38 The Jacket’s strictly outclassed in all departments, were not in the game. The Lee Generals’ 195 lb. line crushed the Jacket forward wall for their fine running backs. Capt. Carroll kept the Ensley spirits high as the Generals dropped the Jackets in the Gator bowl. ENSLEY-13 RAMSAY-27 What a scoring night! The scoring started as Drash, fleet Ram fullback, skirted the Jacket left flank. After a second Ram touchdown, Ri d Wald was on the receiving end of a Jacket pass and scurried into the end zone. The Rams tallied twice more while the Jackets only got one. The Jackets line completely outplayed the Rams, but the passing of Pharo paved l he way. ENSLEY—14 WEST END-7 A repeat of last year’s mud battle, but tin Jackets came out on the long end, Ensley s John Gibson starred as he scored both T. D.s. Gibson’s great 84 yd. run climaxed the scoring. The Jacket line play was the deciding factor. ENSLEY-6 BESSEMER—21 Bessemer’s first play netted a touchdown and the Jackets were stung. Bill Carpenter s 50 yd. run kept the Jackets from being whitewashed. Line play was terrific, but the deciding power was passing. ENSLEY—7 LAUREL-0 The underdog Jacket stung the Mississippians to wind up the season with a 5-4 record. A 79 yd. scoring drive in 11 plays, and a nearly perfect defense combined to give the Jackets the win. Capt. Tommy Caldwell, brilliant Jacket Quarterback, enabled Johnny Gibson to toss a touchdown pass into the waiting arms of Lee Hayley.r iff AND overs IPs l’iin! You V Love It Ballroom — Tap — Ballet Acrobatic — Baton Class Nights Mon., Wed. and Fri. Private Lesson — by Appointment Mrs. Alice Shelton, Director Assisted by Mrs. Juanita Milam Kaylor 2nd Floor Fairvicw Masonic Temple Phone 8-8701 If A M. DOSS. OWNER vx 801 I9TH STREET. ENSLEY Phone 6-1191 Branch Offices 521 Tuscaloosa Ave. 4306 7th Avenue. Wylam 103 19th St , Ensley 2312 Ensley Ave. Parker Hardware Co. Compliment of The Pittsburgh Paints VOGUE Ask us for free copy of Color Dynamics Ensley, Ala. on Your Home Decorating • 5210 Valley Road Fairfield. Ala. FASHIONS for the Phone 8-6553 JUNIOR MISS GOOD LUCK Ace Loan Company GRADUATES Any Type — Any Plan Loans 506 19th St. Phone 6-4507 COTTON'S Ensley. Ala. ENSLETS BEST STORE MAKE . .. SILVER’S Your Headquarters 5c, 10, and $1,00 409-11 19th STREET Ensley, Alabama EAT . . . GOLDEN FLAKES ft POTATO CHIPS ft PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES ft SALTED PEANUTS ft CORN CHIPS ft KORN KURLS • "BIRMINGHAM'S OWN" Smith-Norton Realty Cowj)linienls of CO.. INC Byrum Hardware Real Estate. Rentals and Insurance Company 1912 Ave. E. Ensley Phone 6-3178 1816 Avenue E Ensley. Ala. BIRMINGHAM 8, ALA. PHONE 6-4187 Compliments of Ensley Auto Parts Goodwin Bake Shop Company “SPECIALISTS IN FINE Automotive Parts and Equipment BAKERY PRODUCTS' 2123 Avenue E Ensley Station 1953 Bessemer Blvd. Phone 8-0243 BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA CENTRAL PARK Phones 8-3316—8-3317COMPLETE HOME Compliments of BUILDING SERVICE ☆ — Wood-Fruitticher GROCERY COMPANY SEALE LUMBER Inc. COMPANY 105 34th Street Phone 6-1150 WHOLESALE GROCERIES ENSLEY. ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA For FINF. FLOWERS . . . GILMER DRUG CO.. SEE Inc. Ellis Flower Shoppe M. A. BOYNTON. President 506 19th Street Ensley. Ala. Phone 6-3443 418 19th Street Phone 6-8353 ENSLEY. ALABAMA FIELDS and GOODMAN Ensley Furniture Co. Drug Co. • ONLY THE BEST FURNITURE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 19th Street — Avenue E • Phone 6-3171 Ensley, Ala. 417 Nineteenth St. Ensley. Ala.GOLDSTEIN ENJOY ! AND COHEN 404-6 19th STREET — ENSLEY • For 42 Years M Barber6 B • ENSLEY'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Everything For Every Sport Peyton A. Eubank Co. Wimberly Thomas "SERVICE SINCE 1900” Hardware Co., Inc. 1909 Avenue E Phone 6-4178 201 1 First Avenue REAL ESTATE • RENTALS BIRMINGHAM. ALA GENERAL INSURANCE We invite You To Compliments of VISIT OUR STORE J. C. Penney Company HARRIS and BATES Incorporated Realtors ENSLEY. ALABAMA THE FAMILY STORE 1911 Avenue E Phone 6-3161Frank Chambers Engraving Company 2104 Fifth Avenue, North JOHN M. FOX Heating Sheet Metal Works Birmingham, Alabama Phone 6-7718 2109 Avenue D ☆ ENSLEY. ALABAMA WEDDING INVITATIONS LETTERHEADS CLASS RINGS Phone 8-0842 Res. 6-5700 COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS WATERS FLOWERS DIPLOMAS - CUPS 643 Tuscaloosa Avenue MEDALS • TROPHIES Birmingham. Ala. Roosc J. Waters BERTHON CLEANERS and DYERS FIVE CHANGES A WEEK Established 1918 Entertainment Ear All Phone 6-4183 2213 Avenue E ENSLEY THEATER ENSLEY, ALABAMA We Socialise in Dyeing Phone 6-7896 CHURCH STAGG Office Supply Co. Compliments of K • Engraving, Cards. School Supplies and Stationery • Johnnie Harrison Co. ENSLEY — Phone 8-2424 2003 Avc. E — Ensley BIRMINGHAM — Phone 7-7747A fascinating job with voice-contacts with faraway places may be yours when you become a telephone operator. Distance across continents, even oceans, quickly melts before the speed of the telephone network at your command. For high school graduates who qualify, here’s interesting important work with good pay and opportunities for advancement, in a company known all over the South as a good place to work. SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANYCompliments of UNION SUPPLY CO. 210 19th Street ENSLEY. ALABAMA GET GRADUATION GIFTS Ramsay-McCormack Bldg. Ensley, Ala. HAMILTON FOODS. Inc. Nucoa and Best Foods Products 1st Avenue and llth Street Phone 3-524 1 Birmingham. Ala. QUALITY FRUITS and VEGETABLES W Pippen Brothers, Inc. 1031 First Avenue, North Phones 3.1917—1.191A-- Y FOR DIAMONDS AND WATCHES JEWELRY AND OPTICAL 1824 Ave. E. Ensley Phone 8-2432


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