Fall Branch High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Fall Branch, TN)
- Class of 1950
Page 1 of 118
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We, the Senior Class of the Fall Branch School, Fall Branch, state
of Tennessee, do make, publish, and declare this to be our last will
and testament in the year of our Lord 1950:
To the Junior Class we leave everything that can be left, our
teachers, our place in the lunch line, the science room, the school
paper, the annual, our English and History books Cfor they are so nec-
essaryl, our place in the hearts of the faculty fif there is such a
placel, a word of
see where we have
capable of doing,
Paul Bragg wills his legible handwriting to
his neat personal
Eugene Crawford wills his tendency to argue,
wrong, to Betty Gibson, and his deep devotion to
encourgament, and the hope that you make the best of
given you. In making our will we are beginning to
fallen far short sometimes of what we were actually
we hope that you do not make the same mistakes.
our bequests are as follows:
Howard Brumley, and
appearance to Walter Lee Price.
when he knows he's
his teachers to
Hester Morrison wills her ability to cut stencils to Jackie
Mullins, so he will have something to do in his spare time, her calm-
ness goes to Frankie Frye.
Tommy Haws leaves all of his tall tales to James Dykes and his
ability to make ready answers to Bevelene Hickman.
Patsy Lewis wills her blond hair to Cleo Dickerson and her voice
to Allen English.
wills her giggles to Delorfs Martin, and her good
grades to Wayne Powell.
wills her ball suit to Lucille Willis and her
glasses to Irene Jackson.
Herman Babb wills his mechanical ability to Nova Steadman and his
long eyelashes to
Betty Jo Richards wills the serenity of her ways to Doris Hite
and her ability to always have her lessons to Bobby Foulks.
wills her diamond to Phyllis Archer and her Loy
friend to Wanda Hayes.
to Helen Ferguson.
wills his height to Willadean Cox, his good looks
Helen Richards leaves her position on the ball team to Cleo
Dickerson, and her dependability to Eloise Broyles.
Anna Lee Burke wills her make-up to'Pauline Moore and her chewing
gum to Claude Dykes.
George L. Gray wills all of his best characteristics fwhatever
to Helen Ferguson
all our records
they arej to Billy Neal Brandon, and his extra pounds
To Margret Ferguson and Ruby Parton, we bequeath
money we find in our possession at the end of
individual honors we give to them.
In witness whereof we have set our hand and seal
in the year of our Lord 1950.
this 4th day of
The Senior Class
Time rolls on--it,can't be stooped so we the class of.l950 find,
ourselves in the year 1970--what miraclous changes have taken place!
VNot only has time rolled on but people, circumstances, and conditions
have so changed that they are partially beyond our recognition. ,
We find George L. Gray playing with the House of David basketball
team and the beard has made quite a handsome man out of him.
A handsome and polished minister looks prayerful over his con-
greation as the offering is being taken on Easter Sunday, 1970. He
is abruptly startled out of his mediation by a famaliar voicg pitched
in low tomes saying, ult is a quarter, a nickle, or a dime every time
you turn around.n The minister, Paul Bragg, smiles to himself, Eugene
is just the same guy--twenty years later. '
The envy of the farmers for miles around is a lovely rolling
country-side farm, with up-to-date barns, a beautiful home, and
thorough-bred cattle belonging to George White, still handsome and
youngish looking at 37.
Ministering to suffering humanity with an inborn love and ten-
derness is Helen Richards, whose fame as nurse equals that of the now
deceased Sister Kenny.
Patsy Lewis and Herman Babb live such a delightful and happy
married life that they are a model for all the families ln the com-
Anna Lee Burke's smile has well repaid her. It is a famallar
part of all current magazine advertisements for toothpaste--as well
as Anna Lee herself, slim, well-groomed, and chic.
The greatest asset to the mothrr's of the Fall Branch area is
the Tom Haws Nursery School personally supervisedgby Tommy himself
who has endeared himself to all the kiddies with his never ending
supply of ntall talgsn and Nnursery boners.n The entire business and
finanical part of the school is handled by the serene, beautiful,
poised Hester Morrison, who has already served as secretary to two
governors of Tennessee.
Almetal Moore, still verylblond, and with a giggle that hasn't
aged a bit, supervies a group of beauty operators in the largest shop
in East Tennessee located at Morristown, Tennessee.
It wasn't hard to find Wanda Pierce but she's been nMrs. Baxteru
so long that her neighbors hardly remembered her as a Pierce--she
looked very pert and chic as a house wife--and the youngsters were
happy little hoodlums having a wonderful time in a big sandpile.
Betty Jo Richards has fulfilled her lifetime'ambition,of becoming
a teacher, and for the past 16 years she has been doing an excellent
job of teaching English to the younger generation--the years have been
kind to her--and she looks very much like'the Betty of 1950.
Ruth McCrary, after resisting the temptation for years, has
finally joined the army, since she is etationed on foreign soil we can't
tell you very much about her appearance, but from all reports she see'
to be a pretty tough sergant.
I So now you've seen the class of '50 in the '7O's, lets just
Qhope the next twenty years will gb as well,
The Senior Class
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President - Hester Morrison
Vice President - Eugene Crawford
Secretary - Anna Lee Burke
Treasurer - Betty Jo Richards
Reporter - Helen Richards
Hester Morrison Eugene Crewford
New smell a part of time they Awake, arise, or be fcrever
share That are sm wondrous fallen.
sweet and fair.
Anna Lee Burke Betty Jo Richards
The swvatesL thing that ever What shall I do to be forever
grew beside a human door. krewn and make the age to come
George White Ruth McCrary
When I said I should die a They are never alone that are
bachelor I did not think I accompanied with nohlP thoughts
should live till I were
Wanda Pierce Tommy Haws
Sighed and looked, and sighed AH hffflest 'Cale SPGQGS best,
again. WJ being plainly told.
Home Cupid kills with arrows,
some with traps.
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Vice iresident - Irene Jackson long Leader - Doris Hite
Secretary - Betty Gibsun Reporter - Helen Ferguson
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nwhere good Furniture is not expensive' !
JOHNSON-GENTRY FURNITURE CO., INC.
The Friendly Furniture Store
ll9W. Market Street
FULLER R HILLMAN
PET DAIRY PRODUCTS CO.
Clay St. Kingsport
BRASHEAR ELECTRIC CO.
Hotpoint Home Appl iE1I1C6'S'
Coleman Oil Heating
117 East Market St. Kingsport, Tenn.
Broad R Center St.
THE BANKING R TRUST CO.,
Invites you to come in for all your banking needs
Oldest Bank in Washington County
F. M. KcCRARY'S GROCERY
Haus Croeeroed General Store
We can Supply you
Notions Fruits Vegetables
Fall Branch, Tennessee
Best Wishes for the future
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HAMILTON NATIONAL BANK
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FIELDS OFFICE MACHINES CO.
Roysl Typewriters - Victor Adding lschines
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HIGHLAND DRUG CO.
'Serv1ce To The Sick'
We Appreciate Your Business
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Phone 52OJ Kingsport, Tennessee
DAVE BROYLES CASH STORE
JACK BALE'S OROCERY STORE
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Farm Loan Association
45 Federal Land Bank Farm Loans
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Killer - Art: Bldg. Phone 1454
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JOHNSON CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
FREE SERVICE TIRE CO. INC.
Stores all over East Tenn.
THE HERALD TRIBUNE
Flowers for all occasion,
Night and Day Service
McNIEL'S BOOK STORE
Books, Ststioneif, School and Office Supplies, Gift Goods
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Sullivan Gardens Phone 2524
Kingsport Phone 34
Fall Branch, Tennessee
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WHITE BROW. GARAGE
Fall Branch, Tenn. Phone R-2335
W. B. GREENE CO., INC.
'The Beet Place To Get It'
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DALE WHITE GROCERY
'A complete line of foods at everyday low prices'
Feeds, Meats, Vegetables, and Groceries
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HILBERT'S DRUG STORE
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