Fairfield High School - Crucible Yearbook (Fairfield, AL)

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StniOR CLASS 1940 PRESEflTS ffllWILLD U SCAOOL EfllWIELDJLflBflmflFOREWORD Memories are the most beautiful things that we possess if these pages. In the years to come, can bring back any memories to you , we shall have been rewarded for our work Malta Naramore Editor-In-ChiefFor her interest in the students, her ability to smooth over or brighten the dark spots, for her sinoerity and cooperation in all the dally encounters with the students; we the senior class of nineteen hundred forty, with utmost admiration and esteen do hereby dedioate the fifteenth volume of the Crucible to MISS ELIZABETH GAINESMr. B. B. Baker Mr. W. H. McMurry Mrs. L. H. Gregory Miss Mildred Sima Miss Brownie Lollar Miss Glenn Acuff Mrs. M. W. Pratt Miss Evelyn Pharr Miss Elizabeth Gaines Miss Virginia Johnston Miss Lola Clark Miss Anne Donald 0 4I Mr. T. W. Clements Miss Dorothy Morrison Mr. A. E. Houk Miss Anna Ria Davis Miss Mary Taylor Mr. E. E. Todd, Jr. Mrs. Lula P. Nicholson Miss Mary Russell Miss Edna Mae Gale Miss Genevieve Davisson H a. Alice Green Castleberry Miss Josephine Plnke 5THE CRUCIBLE STAFF Malt Naramor© Earl Chapl©..• Jack Heinton.. ...........Editor-ln-chief ..........Business Manager Assistant Business Manager ASSISTANT EDITORS Ralph Miller........ Margaret O'Rear... . Mary Lou Bullock.•. Janes Robert Harmon Alvin Ray........... Joe Shannon........ Marjorie Head....... Louise Rush.•«..••• Nads Stuart........ •••.Classes . •..•.Clubs .Activities .....Sports Photographs ........Art .....Typist .....Typist .....Typist 6 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President............................................................Ann Strickland Vice-President...............................................Fred Owen Secretary................................................Marjorie Head Treasurer................................................Joel Parsons Sponsors....................Mrs. Lula Nicholson, Miss Elizabeth Gaines COLORS FLOWERS Red and white Red and white roses MOTTO "Not finished. Just begun." Lawyer.....................................................Carl Sawls Prophet..................................................James R. Harmon Glftorlan................................................Ralph Miller Poet.......................................................Louise Rush Musician.....................................................Fred Owen Grouch. ••••••...................... •••••••••■•«••••••• .Jimmie McRae 8Marjorie Alverson Eugene Anderson Elizabeth Barksdale Betty Barnes Conney Batson Yvonne Bowen Theresa Bellino Rita Brock George Wren Brown Madison Bryan Lester Brown 9 Mary Lou BullockTHfc Edna Bundy Earl Chaple Mary Burk© Mamie Crabbe Helen Dunn Dorothy Evane Thomas Estock Margaret Poster Mildred Poster George Graham 10 Elaine Gainer Reba GreesonSarah Hargrave James Robert Harmon Virginia Harless Katherine Hatfield Marjorie Head Avon Holt Jack Heinton Glida Jannett Leonard Johnston Samuel Loworn Inet Kennedy 11 Betty McCoolEvelyn© McEachern Fred Metz Jimmie McRae Warren Mason Lucille Metz Margie Miller Ralph Miller Warren Mitchell 12 Kathryn Nelson Fred OwenEileen Owens June Palmer Joel Parsons George Fissanos Dorothy Pubum Rosalie Raguaa Rhoda Quina Alvin Ray Eleanor Ray Donald Rittmann Edward Guilian Travers Rittmann 15Mary Nell Routledge Louise Rush Laurene Sadler Carl Sawla o.dtx Leon Self Joseph Shannon Mary Elizabeth Sles Arthur Smith Ann Strickland Nada Stuart Huey Stripling 14 Leiand SwiftRoy Treaster Dana Jean Tucker Margaret Tucker Lambert Vail Agnes Vandegrift Alice Whitfield Lois Wannamaker Jacqueline Wilbanks Sarah Wlntter Lucille Zlcarelll Jeanne Wren 15SEHIOa CLASS PLAY "THE LITTLE SHEPHERD OP KINGDOM COUE" by C i. A t vuLS GECKJE (Baaed on the novol of tho same name by John Pox, Jr.) Chad, a seventeen year old mountain waif, la picked up on the road and brought Into the fine home of Major Calvin Buford, a Kentucky uriatocrat. The major gives Chad hla name and wishes to raise the boy aa his own, but gossip about the fact that the boy knows nothing of his parentage, and the ridicule of the Major's neighbors and their daughter, Margaret, with whom Chad has fallen in love, finally drove the boy back to Kingdom Come, where "folks don't keer who or what I be." When the boy Is gone, the Major's sister and neighbors realize that they have grown to love him, but Chad will not come back. A dying mountaineer confesses th8t chad is a direct descendant of one cf the Buford clan who lad settled in the mountains many years before. He has In hla possession a ring worn by Chad's mother, which tears the Euford family crest. Eager to bring Chad the happiness he seeks, his mountaineer friends go on foot to the Buford home to clear up the mystery surrounding Chad's birth. Restored to his proper place in life, after a year at the University. Chad returns to the "Blue Grass" and wins the hand of Margaret and the respect and admiration of all. 16juniORS JUNIOR CLASS SEMESTER VII OFFICERS President........... Vice-President...... Seeretary-Treasurer. Sponsor............. ............Jimmy Wyatt .........Billy Chalmers .............Faye Blake Miss Virginia Johnston COLORS Red and white FLOWER Red and white roses MOTTO "He who conquers himself conquers all." Lee Alexander Robert Barley Faye Blake Bernice Carr Billy Chalmers Nick Colidis Hazel Crumley Howard Drew Mauveleen Farmer Morris Freeman John Furlong John Edward Gilmore Sylvester Hendrix Frank Houlditch George Howard Brymer Hunt James Kurtts Billy McCaleb John Morton Warzelle Mount Katherine Shannon Katherine Southard Edgar Stokes Robert White Edythe Winsper Jimmy Wyatt 18JUNIOR CLASS SEMESTER VI OFFICERS President...........................................................Bob Owen Vice-President................................................Katherine Pope Secretary................................Peggy Sue Self, Anita Woodall Treasurer.................................................Heath McMeans Sponsor...............................................Miss Mary Taylor Colors Flowers Red and white Red and white carnations MOTTO "Do the best you can with what you have and where you are." Dorothy Mae Jayne Robert Kilgore Rommle Liddell John Long Jake Lucia Betty Mahler Elmo McCray Alfred McDonald Anita McJunkin Heath McMeans Frank Montgomery Bob Owens Katherine Pope John Ragusa Edythe Randall Lawson Roberts Billy Rogers Lois Rogers Peggy Sue Self Evelyn Smith Fred Smith Pauline Smltherman Dorothy Sturdy Rosalyn Tidwell Melvin Van Dyke Dorothea Walser Janet Watson Anita Woodall 19JUNIOR CLASS SEMESTER VI OFFICERS President..................................................Billy Breen Vice-President.....................................Catherine Hargrave Secretary-Treasurer............................................Blanche Herman Sponsor...............................................Mrs. K. W. Pratt Colors Flower Orchid and white Sweet pea MOTTO "Onward ever, backward never." Lenvial Adams Howard Cope Mary Louise Glasgow Lena Mae Alescl Billy Coretti Morgan Green Marion Batson Lorraine Crawford Alton Hallum Marjorie Bickham Morris Courington Jesse Hamby Billy Breen Frances Cumberland Catherine Hargrave Dorothy Briner Louise Davis Charles Harrison Dickey Byrne Mildred Freeman James Hawkins Mary Eleanor Cochran James Fuller Blanche Herman Clyde Cope Wynona Gayhart Gladys Howard Annlstee Gilliam 20JUNIOR CLASS SEMESTER V OFFICERS President.......... Vice-President..... Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor............ ....Martha Young ...Dudley Willis ..Alfred Belcher Miss Glenn Acuff Colors Green and white Flower White gardenia MOTTO "Don't be a crank, be a self starter." David Bark Alfred Belcher Benton Blackburn Mason Bondurant Mary Bowen Reginald Brown Eugene Cleere David Cox Lurlie Jo Daniel Henry Dixon Elmer Elwell Marguerite Evans Margaret Fuller Gerald Ginn Rowe Glover John Hamilton Willie Harrison Thomas Johnston Kenneth Kilgore Jean Kneisley Emma Jean lister Arthur Layton Estelle Leary Augustine Leo Jewel McGill Glenn Miller Thomas O'Neal Edward Pearson Helen Perkins Ifcomas Ray Walter Reed Alvin Roberts Katherine Stamps Claire Willard Dudley Willis Rosemary Wood Martha Young 21THfc: JUNIOR CLASS FLAY "Y HO'S CRAZY NOW?" CAST The Insane Doctor........................................Billy McCaleb The Insane Principal.....................................Heath McLeans The Young Doctor........................................Frank Houlditch Superintendent of the Asylum...........................Nick Colidis The Niece..........................................................Pave Blake Music Teacher.................................................Catherine “argrave Gym Teacher....................................... Katherine Southard History Teacher...................................Varzelle Mount English Teacher..........................................Dorothy Sturdy Art Teacher......................................... ...Katherine Pope Nurse....................................................Louise Davis Nurse....................................................Bernice Carr The scene is laid in the reception room of the Sunnyvale insane Asylum, where there are a number of school teachers who have lost their mental balance trying to educate their pupils. The play gets off to a hilarious start when the good ladies reverse their positions and talk and act after the fashion of their former charges. A love story is introduced with the visit of the niece of the superintendent and a young staff doctor, but each thinks the other is an inmate of the asylum. This young girl has an idea that she would like to be a teacher, but after witnessing the antics of the former teachers, she decides to marry the doctor. 22WkSOPHOMORE CLASS SEMESTER IV OFFICERS President..... Vice-President Secretary..... Treasurer..... Sponsor....... ......Jimmie Green ......Jean Bledsoe ....Dorothy Beason ......James Barnes Miss Edna Mae Gale COLOR Purple and red FLOWER Wlstoria MOTTO ■Wisdom Is greater than knowledge; Character greater than fame. Carl Adcock Bert Baker James Barnes Dorothy Beason Louis Belllno Jean Bledsoe Bill Bryan Elizabeth Carter Mary Elizabeth Clem James Cost A. C. Coyle George Crocker William DeShazo Jimmie Emfinger Thomas Flynn Jo Fowler Vincent Gayhart Charles Oreen Jimmie Green Bobby Harvey Gordon Hase Ralph Heller Eloise Holderfield Frank Hollingsworth Lucille Holmes Harold Robertson 24SOPHOMORE CUSS SEMESTER IV OFFICERS President.......... Vice-President..... Secretary-Tree surer Sponsor............ ......Murray Byrd ........A1 Miller ....Bettye Pruitt Miss Evelyn Pharr COLORS Blue and white FLOWER Carnation "We strive to seek, Murray Byrd John Foss Mary Elizabeth Jones John Mahan Charles Martin Geraldine Mathews Jane McCormick John McNeil A1 Miller Minna Moor Wanda Neugent Janice Odom Alfred Parker and not to yield." Joe Powell Bettye Pruitt Carrie Ragusa Vivian Self Jimmy Smith Stella Stephens Doris Trimble Ella Mae White Leslie Whitehead Billy Wintter Betty Williams Billy Williams Marjorie Williams Clifton Wood MOTTO to find. 25SOPHOMORE CLASS SEMESTER IV OFFICERS President.....................................................Raymond Vowell Vice-President................................... Dorothy Strickland Secretary-Treasurer...............................................Roy Harmon Sponsor •••••••••••••••■••••••••••••••••••••••••••Mr• T W. Clements COLORS Pink and blue FLOWER Rose MOTTO "The best section of semester four." Marjorie Dawson Annie Louise Estock Ellle Jo Gilley Glenn Glass Catherine Gully Roy Harmon Ted Harper Helen Hopewell James Lawson Grady McDonald Charles McGinn William Morton Walter Parker Sam Randall Robert Ray Wallace Robertson Martha Roberts Johnnie Routledge Lola Sawls Pauline Shuttlesworth Harry Sims Tena Smythers Billy Stanfield Dorothy Strickland Doris Totherow Raymond Vowell Joseph Zicarelll 26SOPHOMORE CLASS SEMESTER III OFFICERS President.......... Vice-President..... Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor............ .Vivian Millstead •..Martha Jo Shaw ..Frances Collins Mias Mary Russell COLORS Yellow and white FLOWER Narcissus MOTTO "Life Is a picture; paint it well." Jimmie Akers Mary Elizabeth Cherry Frances Collins Rose Ann Curl Jeanette Franklin Juanita Qllmore Zena Scott Martha Jo Shaw Doris Sima Catherine Smithson Juanita Walker Mary Westmoreland r 27SOPHOMORE CLASS SEMESTER III OFFICERS President.......... Vice-President..... Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor............ .....Edgar Waggoner .... Gregory Pirrong ......Ellis Kennedy Miss Anna Ria Davis COLOR Crimson and white MOTTO "Forward ever; backward never." FLOWER Pansy Robert Ash Charlie Joe Barfield Kent Bottenfleld Horace Chastain Fred DeMeritte Cecil Piquett Hugh Gilmore George Howard H. C. Hyche Ellis Kennedy F. A. Laney Talmadge Lovvorn Thomas McDougal Donald Parsons Cecil Pass Gregory Pirrong John Reynolds J. T. Roberts James Settle Irby Thompson Edgar Waggoner James Weatherly J. L. Whitson Frank Zlto 28SEMESTER II OFFICERS President..... Vice-President Treasurer..... Secretary..... Sponsor....... ..Seth Mitchell ...Bettye Sawls .Betty McCarley ....Sybil Laird Miss Lola Clark COLORS Red and white FLOWER Red roses MOTTO Onward Ever, Backward Never Arthur Coats Lila Jean Harper Mary Jo Hosey Mary Louise Jones Ann Kurtts Sybil Laird Janice Mahler Jack Marshall Bettye McCarley Carlos McCain Catherine McCool Marynelle McGill Seth Mitchell Lynn Mosley Gloria Norman Tommie Ogletree Earl O'Shields Homer Parson Ester Plasman Doris Pope Hobson Prescott Jean Prince Roy Purswell Ralph Pyburn Percy Rasberry Loulle Bess Robertson Bettye Sawls Bennie Sexton Margaret Jean Smith 50FRESHMAN CLASS SEMESTER II OFFICERS President.............................................Be t tye Harrison Vice-President..........................................Kurial Dunham Secretary.............................................Bettye Corretti Treasurer................................................ .Margie Cook Sponsor...............................................Miss Anne Donald COLORS FLOWER Blue and white Sweet pea MOTTO "Make the best better." Tommy Bristow ina Marie Crump Paula Mae Ginn Betty Earl Clark jack Cunnlff Fulton Glass Jimmy Clayton Kathryn Davis Jack Green Janes Clem Corinne DeBardeleben Rae Green Lloyd Coats Muriel Dunham Frances Griffin Margie Cook Helen Early Bettye Harrison Juanima Cole George Elder David Hart Betty Corretti Anna Louise Flynn Z. B. Harvey Doyle Crabbe Harold Fuller Buddy Hays Marjorie Crane Saranell Head 31FRESHMAN CLASS SEMESTER II OFFICERS President...... Vice -President. Secretary...... Treasurer...... Sponsor........ ......Dan Carmachial ......Kadelyn Briner ..........Sara Moore ......Kenneth Thomas Miss Josephine Flnke COLORS Crimson and white FLOWER Rose MOTTO "Upward ever; downward neverJn Lawrence Adams Virginia Allen Jonnylee Andress Kathleen Barksdale Jim Bennet Hansel Blackstone Helen Blackstone Madelyn Briner Dalton Bostick B. C. Brock Johnnie Bullock Marls Cameron Dan Carmichael Dorothy Carpenter Fred Chalmers Arthur Howard Sam Moore Leo Pearson Geneva Ridgeway Iris Smith Fred Earl Stevens Kenneth Thomas Helen Thompson Lennie Tidwell Fay Treaster Bill Turner Donald Vaughn J. C. Vernon Howard Wannamaker Willie Lee Wilhite Margaret Williamson Scottie Williams Doris Wilson 32freshman class SEMESTER I OFFICERS President...........................................Lawerence Flquett Vice-President...........................................£arl Brandon Secretary..........................................Gloria Ann Glosson Treasurer.............................................Mozelle Skinner Sponsor....................................... Miss Dorothy Morrison COLORS Purple and white FLOWER Sweet pea MOTTO "Life is a picture; paint it well." Ray Adcock Bari Brandon Hal Brock Richard Chaple Virginia Cunningham Grady Farmer Lawrence Flquett Gloria Ann Glosson Helen Faye Guilian Olln Johnson Dorothy Jones Melvin Kllburn Cecil Kiser Ella Jo Massey Rosie Marino Sara Lee Marino Betty Mullen Frances McCray Hazel McClellan Elsie Plssanos Boh Pool Dillie Ray Gloria Raygan Hubert Reed Joe Keith Reed Mary Sue Russell Emily Sanders Flora Sarinopoulos Marlon Seay Mozelle Skinner Frances Smith Dorothy Smith Georgians Smith Mary Elsie Stripling Billy Stone Elizabeth Wainwright Mary Grace Wintter James Wren Juanita Young S3DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS Mr. E. E. Todd....Coodinator MEMBERS Reginald Brown Nick Colidos Marguerite Evans Mildred Poster Mlrrie Freeman John Edward Gilmore Morgan Green Brymer Hunt Thomas Johnson Kenneth Kilgore Robert Kilgore James Lawson James McRae George Pissanos Donald Rlttmann Alvin Roberts Lawson Roberts Melvin Van Dyke The fourth year since the beginning of the Diversified Occupations Department finds it slowly but steadily growing. There are more pupils at work on the program this year, and those who are working are better satisfied with their Jobs. As the Board of Education is continually providing new books for the department, the pupils are able to learn more about their work. MBETA CLUB OFFICERS President..... Vice-President Secretary..... Treasurer..... Sponsors...... .....►-Robert White .....Ann Strickland ....Margaret O'Rear ....Margare t Tucker Miss Anna Rla Davis Mr. W. H. McMurry Lena Mae Alescl Conney Batson Faye Blake Yvonne Bowen Lester Brown Frances Cumberland Thomas Estock Dorothy Evans Mildred Foster Catherine Hargrave Katherine Hatfield Marjorie Head Jake Lucia Betty Mahler Margie Miller Margaret O'Rear June Palmer Catherine Pope Laurene Sadler Katherine Southard Ann Strickland Nada Stuart Rosalyn Tidwell Margaret Tucker Lola Wannamaker Robert White Edith Winaper Anita Woodall 56CAMERA CLUB OFFICERS President......................................................Conney Batson Secretary....................................................Margaret O’Rear Treasurer .............................................. Fred Owen Sponsor « «••»••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ttr• T W• Clements Bert Baker Conney Batson Benton Blackburn Mason Bondurant E. E. Brock Marls Cameron Nick Colldls A. C. Coyle Charles Harrison Frank Houlditch John Mahan Jack Marshall Warren Mason Seth Mitchell Margaret O’Rear Fred Owen Alfred Parker Hobson Prescott Alvin Ray Wallace Roberson Lambert Vail 57COMMERCIAL CLUB OFFICERS Mary Lou Bullock............President.......... James Hannon..............Vice President....... Mildred Foster..............Secretary.......... Dorothy Evans...............Treasurer........ Sponsor—Miss Brownie Lollar ...Mary Lou Bullock .......James Hannon .....Mildred Foster Mary Louise Glasgow Robert Barley Rita Brock Mary Lou Bullock Edna Dundy Earl Chaple Hazel Crumley Dorothy Evans Mauveleen Farmer Mildred Foster Mildred Freeman Mary Louise Glasgow James Robert Harmon Katherine Hatfield Marjrrie Head Blanche Herman Gladys Howard Frank Montgomery John Morton Kathryn Nelson Catherine Pope Dorothy Pyburn Leon Self Anita Woodall 38DELPHIAN DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS President.................................................Dicky Byrne Vice-President...............................................Catherine Hargrave Secretary..................................................Lola Sawls Treasurer.........................................................Kent Bottenfield Sponsor................................ Mrs. Alice Green Castleberry Mason Bondurant Kent Bottenfield Dicky Byrne Mary Elizabeth Clem Jimmy Green Annistee Gilliam Catherine Gully Catherine Hargrave Avon Holt Arthur Howard George Howard Sybil Laird Heath McMeans Joyce Nichols Alfred Parker Joe Powell Lola Sawls Peggy Sue Self Martha Jo Shaw Harry Sims Katherine Southard James Weatherly Edgar Jean Waggoner Claire Willard 59FORENSIC COUNCIL OFFICERS President..... Vice-President Secretary..... Sponsor....... ••Eugene Anderson ......Jimmy Wyatt ....Lee Alexander Mi 8 s Evelyr. Pharr Lee Alexander Eugene Anderson Benton Blackburn Billy Breen E. C. Brock Billy Chalmers C. L. Cookson Thomas Estock Morris Freeman George Graham Edward Guilliam Charles Harrison Thomas Johnston Warren Mason Fred Met Ralph Miller Warren Mitchell John Morton Malta Naramore Tommy O'Neal Donald Parsons T. W. Ray Walter Reed Johnny Routledge James Settle Joe Shannon Huey Stripling Leiand Swift James Weatherly J. L. Whitson Jimmy Wyatt 40John Purlong. Thomas Estock Robert White. Joel Persons. SENIOR HI-X CLUB OFFICERS •. .President.... •Vice-President. .. .Secretary.... .. .Treasurer.... ..John Furlong .Thomas Estock ..Robert White Billy Chalmers Lenvlal Adams Eugene Anderson Conney Batson Billy Breen Billy Chalmers Earl Chaple Thomas Estock Morris Freeman John Furlong Alton Helium Jesse Hamby James Harmon Sylvester Hendrix Frank Houldltch James Kurtts John Long Fred Metis Ralph Miller Warren Mitchell Frank Montgomery Billy McCaleb Malta Naramore Fred Oven Edward Pearson Alvin Ray Carl Sawls Leon Self Fred Smith Robert White Jimmy Wyatt 41JUHIOR HI-Y CIXJB OFFICERS President.•... Vice-President Secretary..... Treasurer..... Sponsor....... .....A1 Miller ....Roy Harmon ...Murray Byrd ...A. C. Coyle Mr. A. E. Houk Bert Baker Kent Bottenfield Iftirray Byrd A. C. Coyle Dan Carmichael Cecil Piquett Roy Hannon Charles Harrison Gordon Hase Frank Hollingsworth A1 Miller Gregory Pirrong Alfred Parker Rowe Glover Raymond Vowell I a lie Whitehead Edgar Waggoner Joe Zicarelli 42J. U. G. CLUB OFFICERS President..... Vice-President Secretary..... Treasurer..... Sponsor....... .........Eleanor Ray Mary Elizabeth Sides ..........Helen Dunn ......Margie Miller . ..Miss Mary Russell Marjorie Alverson Betty Barnes Dorothy Brlner George Wren Brown Mary Burke Mamie Crabbe Helen Dunn Reba Greeson Virginia Harless Gllda Jannett Betty McCarley Betty McCool Margie Miller Katherine Nelson Eileen Owens Edith Randall Eleanor Ray Rosa Lee Ragusa Martha Roberts Louise Rush Betty Sawls Katherine Shannon Mary Eliz. Sides Pauline Smithermon Dorothy Strickland Nada Stuart Doris Totherow Dana Jean Tucker Alice Whitfield Sarah Wintter Jean Wren 43PROMETHEAN CLUB OFFICERS President..... Vice-President Secretary..... Treasurer..... Sponsor....... ....Faye Blake .Dorothy Beason ....Janice Odom .....Jo Fowler Miss Lola Clark Marlon Batson Dorothy Beason Helen Blackstone Faye Blake Jean Bledsoe Bernice Carr M8ry Eleanor Cochran Margie Cook Corinne Debardeleben Muriel Dunham Jo Fowler Ellie Jo Gilley Lucille Holmes Helen Hopewell Mary Jo Hosey Inez Kennedy Janice Odom Evelyn Reed Loulle Bess Roberson Nency Sallade Pauline Shuttlesworth Rosalyn Tidwell Doris Trimble Juanita Walker 44JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB OFPICKRS President........................... Vice-President............................ Secretary................................. Treasurer................................. Sponsors.................................. ....Catherine Hargrave ...........Betty Mahler ..............Bob Owens .......•••Martha Young •••Miss Josephine Pinko Miss Oenevleve Davisson Lenvlal Adams Dickey Byrne Mary Elisabeth Clem A. C. Coyle Margaret Puller John Purlong Bilie Jo Oilley Annlstee Gilliam Catherine Hargrave Lucille Holmes Helen Hopewell Jeanne Kneisley Betty Mahler Vivian Mlllstead Joyce Nichols Tom O'Nell Bob Owens Hobson Prescott Walter Reed Wallace Roberson Johnny Routledge Nancy Sallade Peggy Sue Self Martha Jo Shaw Dorothy Sturdy Edgar Waggoner James Weatherly Robert White Claire Willard Martha Young 45SPORTS CLUB OFFICERS President..... Vice-President Secretary..... Sponsor....... .... Kathryn Stamps .......Janice Odom .•..Dorothy Beason Miss Edna Mae Gale Virginia Allen Kathleen Barksdale Dorothy Beason Madelyn Briner Kathryn Davis Muriel Dunham Corinne Debardeleben Helen Early Anna Louise Flynn Juanita Gilmore Frances Griffin Saranell Head Mary Jo Hoaey Hellon Jackson Mary Louise Jones Janice Mahler Bettye Me Car ley Jane McCormick Jewel McGill Jnlce Odom June Palmer Helen Perkins Esther Plasman Doris Pope Annie Jean Prince Lois Rogers Laurene Sadler Bettye Sawls Kathryn Stamps Faye Treaster Doris Trimble Juanita Walker Margaret Williamson Doris Wilson 46THUCYDIDES CLUB OFFICERS President..... Vice-President Secretary..... Sponsor....... .......Jack Helnton James Robert Harmon ......Billy MoCaleb ...Mrs. M. W. Pratt Conney Batson Murray Byrd Howard Cope Billy Correttl Morris Courington James Fuller Alton Hallum Sylvester Hendrljc Jack Helnton Prank Houldltch Arthur Howard Geo. V. Howard James Kurtts P. A. Laney John Long John Mahan Jack Marshall Billy MoCaleb Thomas McDougal Charles McGinn Seth Mitchell William Morton Bob Owen PTed Owen Homer Parson Edward Pearson Hobson Prescott Percy Raeberry Alvin Ray Carl Sawls Lambert Vail Leslie Whitehead Joe Zicarelli Fred Owen Earl O'Shields Clyde Cope Roy Harmon Walter Parker James Harmon Reginald Brown Jesse Hamby 47Laurene Sadler...............President............. Mary Lou Bullock ..........Vice-President••••••••• Katharine Hatfield...........Secretary............. Sarah Marie Hargrave.........Treasurer............. Sponsor--Mra• Lula P. Nioholson Lena Mae Alescl Marjorie Alverson Elizabeth Barksdale Marlon Batson Theresa Bellino Pays Blake Mary Bowen Dorothy Brlner Rita Brook George Wrenn Brown Mary Lou Builook Edna Bundy Dickey Byrne Mary Eleanor Cochran Mamie Crabbe Hazel Crumley Franoes Cumberland Lurlle J. Daniel Louise Davis Helen Dunn Mauveleen Parmer Mildred Foster Mildred Freeman SENIOR GIRL RESERVES OFFICERS Margaret Fuller Elaine Gainer Wynona Gayhart Mary Louise Olasgow Reba Greeson Catherine Hargrave Virginia Harless Marjorie Head Blanche Herman Gladys Howard Glide Jannett Dorothy Mae Jayne Inez Kennedy Jean Knelsley Emma Jean Laster Betty Mahler Betty McCool Jewel McGill Margie Miller Kathryn Nelson Margaret O'Rear Eileen Owens June Palmer Laurene Sadler Mildred Foster ...Nada Stuart ..Betty Mahler Helen Perkins Katherine Pope Rosalie Ragusa Edith Randall Eleanor Ray Lois Rogers Laurene Sadler Peggy Sue Self Katherine Shannon Kathryn Stamps Ann Strickland Nada Stuart Dorothy Sturdy Margaret Tucker Lois Wannamaker Alice Whitfield Claire Willard Edythe Winsper Sarah Wlntter Rosemary Wood Anita Woodall Jeanne Wren Martha Young 48JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES OFFICERS ...........President..........................Jean Bledsoe ........Vice-President.............Ellie Jo Gilley ...........Secretary........................Bettye Pruitt ...........Treasurer. Dorothy Strickland Sponsor—Miss Annie Glenn Acuff Mary Bowen..... Margaret Fuller Martha Young.•• Ellie Jo Gilley Johnnylee Andress Kathleen Barksdale Jean Bledsoe-Madelyn Briner Mary Elizabeth Cherry Frances Collins Marjorie Dawson Corinno Debardeleben Louise Estock Jo Fowler Ellie Jo Gilley Catherine Gulley Lila Jean Harper Frances Hayes Eloise Holderfield Lucille Holmes Helen Hopewell Mary Jo Hosey Mary E. Jones Ann Kurtts Sybil Laird Geraldine Matthews Jane McCormick Marynelle McGill Catherine McCool Vivian Millstead Minna Moor Joyce Nichols Bebe Owens Jean Prince Bettye Pruitt Carrie Ragusa Evelyn Reed Martha Roberts Nancy Sallade Bettye Sawls Pauline Shuttlesworth Margaret Jean Smith Catherine Smithson Tena Smythers Dorothy Strickland Doris Totherow Fay Treaster Juanita Walker Willie Lee Wilhite Margaret Williamson Marjorie Williams Bettye Williams Doris Wilson 49 PEP SQJJAD Johnnylee Andress Virginia Allen Helen Blackstone Jean Bledsoe Madelyn Briner Bettye Earl Clarke Margie Cook Lurlie Jo Daniel Kathryn Davis Louise Davis Corinne Debardeleben Muriel Dunham Louise Estock Jo Fowler Margaret Fhller Mary Louise Glasgow Reba Greeaon Frances Griffin Lila Jean Harper Bettye Harrison Saranell Head Jeanne Knelsley Ann Kurtts Sybil Laird Betty Mahler Jewel McGill Margie Miller Wanda Neugent Joyce Nichols Bebe Owens June Palmer Helen Perkins Esther Plaaman Doris Pope Lois Rogers Loulle Bess Robertson Laurene Sadler Zena Scott Iris Smith Kathryn Stamps Nada Stuart Dorothy Sturdy Helen Thompson Faye Treaster Doris Trimble Margaret Tucker Margaret Ellen Williamson Bdythe Winsper Rosemary Wood Jacqueline Wilbanks Juanita Walker 60Ann Strickland Robert White Conney Batson Mary Lou Bullock Diokey Byrne PRINCIPAL'S CABINET MEMBERS Eugene Anderson John Furlong Eleanor Ray Faye Blake Catherine Hargrave Laurene Sadler Jack Helnton Kathryn Stamps Fred Owen The purpose of the Principal's cabinet Is to aid the principal In the promotion of academic and extra-curricular activities and the improvement of the general welfare of the sohool. The membership of the cabinet la composed of the presidents of the various clubs, president of the student body, and the principal of the school. 52FAIRFIELD HI-LIFE STAFF Editor-In-CHIof........... Associate Editors......... Business Manager.......... Assistant Business Manager Feature Editors........... Sports Editors......... Advertising Editor........ Alumni Editor.............. Community News Editor..... Club Editor............... Art Editor................ Circulation Manager........ Make-up Staff............. Advisers................... ............................Robert White ...........Margaret O'Rear, John Fhrlong ...........................,C. L. Cookson ....................••••Travers Rittmann ...........Marjorie Head, Margaret Tucker .........Mary Lou Bullock, George Howard ........................ Benton Blacktarn ........................Katherine Shannon ...........................Laurene Sadler ...............................Faye Blake ................................Leon Self ................Billy Chalmera, John Long Nada Stuart, Margie Miller, Glenn Millar ......Misses Brownie Lollar, Mary Taylor 55GLEE CLUB OFFICERS President..............................................Ann Strickland Vice-President........................................... Louise Rush Secretary..............................................Margaret Fuller Treasurer. ...........................................Lois Wannamaker Sponsor........................................Miss Genevieve Davisson Virginia Allen Marjorie Alverson Elisabeth Barksdale Kathleen Barksdale Jean Bledsoe Mary Burke Mary Elizabeth Cherry Mary Elizabeth Clem Hazel Crumley Rose Ann Curl Kathryn Davis Louise Davis Margaret Fuller Saranell Head Lucille Holmes Avon Holt Mary Jo Bosey Jeanne Kneisley Bettye Mahler Jane MoCormiok Gloria Norman Janice Odom Bebe Owen Eileen Owens Dorothy Pybura Lois Rogers Louise Rush Manoy Sallade Mary Elizabeth Sides Catherine Smithson Katherine Southard Ann Strickland Doris Totherow Fay Treaster Doris Trimble Lois Wannamaker Alice Whitfield Betty Williams 54VOCAL ENSEMBLE Mary Elizabeth Cherry Rose Ann Curl Avon Holt Janice Odom Director,........Miss Louise Rush Mary Elizabeth Sides Ann Strickland Katherine Southard Genevieve Davisson 55BAND President....................................................Fred Owen Vice-President...............................................Avon Holt Secretary...............................................Helen Hopewell Director.............................................Mr Bush Mumpower Lee Alexander Brymer Hunt Jimmie Smith Dorothy Beason Buddy Hays Claude Smithson Benton Blackburn Thomas Johnston Shuford Swift Kent Bottenfield Louis Letanosky Doris Totnerow George Wren Brown Jack Marshall Peggy Totherow Mary Burke Betty McCool Roy Treaster Earl Chaple Catherine McCool Howard Wannamaker James Cost Ralph Miller Jeanne Wren A. C. Coyle Fred Owen Robert White Elmer Elwell Bobby Pool Jimmy Wyatt John Furlong Hobson Prescott Charles Wyatt Frank Hollingsworth Martha Roberts Edgar Waggoner Avon Holt Wallace Roberson Willie Lee Wilhite Helen Hopewell . Joe Sims Leslie Whitehead George Howard Mary Elizabeth Sides Martha Young Margaret Jean Smith 56Cb55 Presidents LEADERS Stajfe Crew Student President Gillejj Winner -Holmes Winner Cheerleaders Trumpeteers 577iac e ----UMiOS M------- anijadi) most popular most representative most studious most athletic most sportsmanlike most talented wittiest friendliest cutestBACK ROW Coach Clements, Luddy Bullock, Routledge, Helnton, J. Harmon, Sawla, Byrd, Eatook, Cookaon, Freeman, Courington, HouIdItch,Hendrix, Nara-more, Kurtta, Ginn, Anderaon, Peggy Sue Self, Aaalatant Coach Houk, MIDDLE ROW Wood, Miller, Metz, Breen,Long, Sandera, Stripling, Mitchell, Green, Pearaon, McCaleb. FRONT ROW Harriaon, Belcher, Brown, O'Neil, Wintter, Zlto, R. Harmon, Reed, Glover, Brock, McNeil, Thla year'a team waa the lighteat F. H. S. haa ever had. It battled the hardest schedule that any Tiger team haa opposed In several years. Because of their hard earnest work, great spirit, and a love of the game and cooperation they came our five victories to four defeats. The boys who played under their two fine coaches will always hold them close In their memories. 60LETTER MEN Eugene "Pete" Anderson—Back "Pete" was an excellent punter, capable runner, and nice passer until a broken leg put him on the bench. He was captain and finishes. Jack "Balls" Heinton—Back Alternate-captain and blocking back, until this year when he learned to hold a ball and run. He graduates. Sylvester Hendrix--Back Next year a captain. He should be a shining light for the Tigers as he was a good triple threat man this year. James Kurtts--Back This was "Polacks" first year out and he made his letter. Returns as alternate-captain next year. Malta Naramore--Back "Doc" was a vicious blocker who always played a clean game. He graduates this spring. C. L. Cookson—End He was that snaky reverse runner, pass receiver, and smashing defense man. His services will be greatly missed. James Harmon—End The ball he never saw, but when it came to blocking, tackling, and covering punts, he was always there. He finishes. Prank Houldltch—End He started late but showed up well and is being counted on as a mainstar in the forward wall next year. Morris "Cocky" Freeman--Tackle "Cocky" was the chief defense man on the team. He leaves a vacancy that can't be filled for many a year. Edward Guillan—Tackle Edward was a fast aggressive tackle who finished this year. Fred Oinn—Tackle Fred's services could always be counted on. He doesn't return next year. Johnnie "Jug" Routledge--Guard A first year man who showed well; txit unfortunately his leg was broken. He returns next year and we wish him better luck. Billy McCaleb— Guard "Mac" was a good blocker,and could hold his position on the defense. He will be ready to go again next year. Billy Breen—Guard Billy was a "green-horn" who worked hard and came out with a shining F. He should be very helpful next year. Fred Metz—Center The smallest, hardest hitting center Fairfield ever had. big one hundred twenty-eight pounder finishes this year. Thethat was hampered by injury He will Thomas Estook—Center Tommy was a fine player not play next year. Carl Sawls—End Pour years Sawls worked hard and faithful so as to earn that cherished letter. He finishes this year. Ralph Miller—Utility His first and last year he served well in either guard or takcle position. Jimmie Oreen—Back A newcomer this year who will be welcomed back next year. Johnnie Long—Back Long was a nice ball carrier who could pass as well. His services will help greatly next year. Warren "Worm" Mitchell—Back "Worm" had a hard time earning his letter, but he came through in fine style. This was his last year at F. H. S. Huey Stripling—Back "Strip" was a hard worker whose effort was rewarded. Billy Corretti—Manager "Snake" was a faithful manager who learned a lot about football. He returns next year as a prospect for a starting position in the Tiger backfield. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1939 Fairfield 0 Ensley 12 Fairfield 20 Oak Grove 7 Fairfield 6 Northport 21 Fairfield 7 West End 18 Fairfield 13 Jeffico 0 Fairfield 13 Minor 0 Fairfield 0 Jones Valley 7 Fairfield 12 Hewitt 7 Fairfield 7 Leeds 2 62


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