Fayette County High School - Echo Yearbook (Fayette, AL)
- Class of 1942
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teacher we dedicate this, the sixth
volume of the Echo to lr Prentice
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Key, Edwin Hocutt
Second Row 'lhomas Etheridge, Ethel Shirley McGuff', Jean Patterson, Maxine Ayres
Billie Jo Gammon, Louise Reeves, Helen Faulkner
Third Row Mr Payne, Othelia Otts, Sarah Maude Johnson, llargret Alexandel, Carol
Thomason, Kathleen Cannon, Azilee Martin
Fourth Row William Arthur Ayres, Aline Fowler, Elizabeth Jones, Leathy Roberts,
Bobby Hamilton, Perry Nell Caraway, Sam Renfroe.
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Second Row Mr Thomas, Jolene Francis, Perry Nelle Caraway, Marion Howton, Jimmie
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First Row Sara Alice Wright Mary Glynn Herron, Olene Williamson, Ruth Bobo, Alice
Strlegel, Avaline Pinkerton, Azilee Martin, Martha Montgomery, Elizabeth Hollis
Helen Faulkner, Beatrice Spiller
S d Row Pauline Bailey Lavene White, Mary Nell Brock, Eva Nell Freeman, Buna
Colley, Anita Galloway, Ruth Rasberry Ida Key Whitley, Edith Jordan, Irene Stough
Christine Nelson, Mary Ion Rainey
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dean Brandon, Perry Nell Caraway, Leathy Roberts, Ethel Shirley McGuff Mildred
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Sarah Maude J ohnaon Hazel McConnell, Sara Kate Branyon, Marion Holton,
Fourth Row ,
Jo Ann Caine, Jolene Francis, Mary Grace Bailey, Estell Robnett, Clara Lee Hollis
Billie Joe Gammn, Louise Reeves, Camille Randolph
Fifth Row Peggy Hillhouee, Louise Hinton, Nina Ayres, Joy Black
burn, Emma Jean Hankina, Ella Jean Buckner, Elizabeth Jones,
James Ethel Little, Aline Fowler, Doris 'moms
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First Row Luther Moore, Brooks Gilpin, Laren Williams Jack Springer, Opal Woods
Second Row Mr Rodgers Gaylon Northam, Burl Kelly, Shivers Vick, Kenneth Gallo
way, Howard Frederick, Hoyt Sims Doyle Matthews
Third Row Max Sprinkle Jeffie Lawrence, Junior Hobbs Dlrwood Stough John Wal
ker, Charles Renfroe, Edwin McClure, Harold Gibson, Morgan Barnett
Fourth Row Dewey Holl iman, Hubert Sanders, Cecil Sanford Doyle Yerby James Woods
David Sanford, Jimmy Harkins, William Gibson
Fifth Row Erskine Hindman, Billy Loftis, Billy Roberts, Rocquemore Beard, Kenneth
Rasberry, Hamilton Humber, Howard Parker, Harry Unger, Wiley Farquhar
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First Row Ned Hamilton, Luther Wallace, Earnest Kelly Catherine White, Doris
Thomas, Eula Guin, Juanita Cross, Doris Jean Alvls, Duma Sue Batten
Second Row Miss Noblin Betty Ann Cannon, Betty Hazel Galloway, Louise Hinton, Bet
ty Sharp, Betty Jo Newton, Helen Faulkner, Ethel Shirley McGuIf, Enily Dean Rose
Third Row Helen Montgomery, Kathleen Fowler, Ruth Oswalt, Billie Hocutt, Fay Fowler,
Ozella Newton, Earlene Watkins, Betty Newton, W M Maddox
Fourth Row Peggy Lindsey, Earlean Bryant, Brownie Berry Ruby Sularin, Polly Darnell,
Jacqueline Lottie, Sarah Joy Maddox, Betty Harle Houston, Bobbie Lee Wright Jewell
Fifth Row Katherine Young Mary Frances Horn, Dorothy Hollingsworth, Betty Jean
Lindsey, Betty Striegel, Betty White, Katherine Benton, Bulla Mae Gilpin, Evelyn Wal
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First Row Betty Hazel Galloway Annie Ruth Oswelt, Kathleen Fowler, Thomas Alfred
Rose, Kathleen Newton, Emily Dean Rose, Misa Noblin Ernest Kelly
Second Row Billie Hocutt, Sara Alice Wright Kathleen Cannon, Fay Fowler, Carol
Thomason, Ethel Shirley llcGuft', Gloria Ann Sterman, Jean Patterson, Alina Fowler
'lhird Row. Mary Lee Smith, llary Angelyn NcNease, Doris Jean Alvis, Margret Alex
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First Row Coach Little, willlum Arthur Ayres, Bill Lollar, J8ff1S Lawrence, Ver
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Second Row Jack Gilpin, Hoyt Sims Lonnie Ramsey, Bobby Taylor, Hillurd Milligan,
Joe Brown, Sam Renfroe, Horace Jay
Third Row Russell Newman Guy Cantrell, Junior Hobbs J W Darnell, Bill Gilpin,
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Second Row Joe Gunter, James Curtis Brarwon, Sally Earl Bescoe, Myralinda Connell,
Jacqueline Harkins, Eleanor Lou Caraway,
Third Row William Arthur lwres, George Gullett Bill Lollar, Ray Walters, Gaston
Golson, Ralph Nichols, Jean Logan, Mr Kimball
Fourth Row Joe Brown, Jimmy Allen, Dorothy Renfroe, Carolyn Chandler, A1168 Strlegel
Marv Angelyn McNeese, Elwood Oswalt, Tommy Lindsey
Fifth Row Chester Rey Morne, Inez White, Hilda Falls, Bula Guin, Leslie Berry
Jimm' Young, Bobby Lee Wright, Wilma Hollingshead
Sixth Row Dan Galloway, Thomas Lawrence, Mary Alice Matthews, Billy Fowler, Lloyd
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Second Row Martha Montgomery Leathy Roberts, Ethel Shirley MoGuff, llr Thomas,
Third Row Helen Montgomery, Pauline Bailey, Beatrice Spiller, .T esse Ayres, Howard
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Second Row Rachel Duck, Louise Godfrey, Ruth Ieathers, Jewell Komen, Fay Gilpin,
Eloise Nelson, Marguerite Connell
Third Bow Brownie Berry, .Tuanite Hollinn, Estelle Weeks, Dorothy Rainey, Maxine
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First Row Glynn Loftis, Clark Gravlae, Roy Osvralt, Buford Gilpin, Pete Newton
Donald Garrison, Harold Renfroe, W F Richards, Dick Walters, Ned Hamilton
Second Row Truman Kelly, Wyman MacDonald, Howard Anderson, Dan Sexton Luther
Wallace, Willis Godfrey, Louise Bobo, Lamar McKay, Aaron Kirk Whitley
Third Row Hrs wngnt, Christine Caraway, Ruth Montgomery Beonioa Howard, Mary
Lee Spiller, Evelyn Wallace, Robert Lee Oswalt, Rayburn Dobbs, lisa Tutvdler
Fourth Row Polly Darnell, Christine Howard Ruby Sularin, Juanita Cross, Billie
Hooutt, Bennie Katherine Price, Fay Fowler llary Ella Ray laxine Renfroe Chris
Fifth Row Andrey Davis, Sybil Osvalt, Helen Montgomery, Kathryn Benton, Lalla llae
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First Row Warren Rosborough Harold Berry, Dan Galloway Thomas Lloyd Williamson,
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Second Row Mr Payne, Thurman Griffin, Charles Renfroe, Bob Cannon, Edwin McClure,
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First Row Cecil Jackson, Jesse Ayres, Don Dockery, Leonard Hodges, Milton Ster
man, Horace Berry lawrence Ellis Bruce Hankins, William Lynch
Second Row Albert Lee Willis, Doyle Matthews, Guy Cantrell, Jeffle Lawrence,
Bobby Taylor, William Ayres, Bill Cannon, Bllly Joe Shelton, Jack Dyer
'Ihird Row Coach Little, Carey Pollard Billy Loftis, Shivers Vick, Bob Sanders,
Sam Renfroe, Bill Gilpln, J W Darnell Joe Brown, Kenneth Bragg, Jimmie Allen,
William Cantrell, Bill Bragg, Horace Jay
Managers Vernon Shepherd, 4 E Holcomb Hillard Milligan
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Third Row Junior Hobbs Hoyt Sims Opal Woods Marshall Woods Jack Springer Guy
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JUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM
First Row Mr Vick Cecil Jackson Don Dockery Albert McCool, James Moore, Billy
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Second Row W F Richards, Billard Milligan, Elwood Rainwater, Brooks Brazil, Dan
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For the second successive year, Coach Bruce Little returned to coach the Fayette
Tigers in their most successful season in seventeen years A remarkable record of
eight victories and one tie was achieved against tough competition
With three of their t ammat l t d th Al -S
the Tigers received much pgaise 2: ggvgggeongnof the gtrggggsgoggggglgngzlgbggaliat'
The powerhouse trio of Captain Ieffie Lawrence, Alternate Captain Lawrence Ellis
and Horace Jay won renown far and wide Seldom does one find such varied talents as
were displayed by these boys
Much of the success of the Tigers' '41 machine was due to a line that was as im
pregnahle as lacArthur's defense of Batan Peninsula Sam Renfroe, Bobby Taylor an
William Lynch were consistently moving the line of their opposing team to the back
field In this respect, Sam lBol Renfroe earned the name of a punt blocker Rarely
a game was played that Renfroe failed to block a punt
On the wings, Iinnde Allen and Bill Cannon provided a sure fire attack that
rarely ever failed to put a game on ice
The two guards, Hilton Sterman and William lynch, were mainly responsible for
forming that wedge into the opposing line that made it possible for our backs to slip
through for great gains
Jeffie Lawrence, who was selected captain by his teamn tes, proved himself a cap
able leader and worthy of the confidence vested in him
A very dismal outlook was held by all at the beginning of the season because of
the absence of some of the mainstays of the year before
By looking at a short resume of the games played we get a picture of the prowess
of the 1941 Tigers
The Tigers lost little time in starting the victory ball rolling when Renfroe
blocked a punt and after a few plays Jay went over following that Jay, Ellis, and
B Bragg took turns in running where they pleased Jay again scored and Ellis scored
twice, :nd Bragg converted twice for a 26 to 0 victory
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The second game of the season was the same old story B Bragg, Jay, and Ellis,
but it was a lin mam, William Lynch, who provided the spectacular play in blocking a
punt and falling on it for 2 points Ellis scored twice, Jay once, and the ends,
Cantrell and Allen, once each
TIGERS ROLL OVER H LLPORT
As a warm-up game for Carbon Hill, the Fayette Tigers completely outplayed lillport
to score at least two touchdowns each quarter Every member of the backfield scored at
least once, but three lineman also scored, making a total of 71 points
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FAYETTE DOWNS CARBON HILL 23 19
In the first quarter, Carbon Hill opened the scoring with a recovered punt for a touch
down In the second quarter, Jay received a long pass from Ellis good for 45 yards and a
touchdown Shortly afterwards, Carbon Hill, by a
score at the half, Carbon Hill l3, Fayette 7
In the early moments of the third quarter, Ellis ran for 60 yards and 6 points through
t e middle of Carbon H1ll's line Ellis converted In the fourth quarter, Renfroe blocked a
nfroe again blocked a Bulldog
punt to score a safety On the last play of the game, a reckless pass by Carbon Hill con
nected with a receiver for a final 6 points
series of hard smashes, scored again Th
Bulldog punt for another 6 points Ellis again converted Re
FAYETTE 19 SULLIGENT 13
In the most thrilling game of the season, Fayette kept her record clear by defeating a
strong Sulligent eleven, 19 I3 Jay scored first from the 13 yard line in the first u r
ter A touchdown pass from Ellis to Jay, late in the third quarter, put Fayette further
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a on e scoreboard A long pass late in the fourth quarter provided the Blue Devils
first score, but a moment later, William Lynch intercepted a Sulligent pass and outran the
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FAYETTL OUTPLAYS HAMILTON 25 13
Horace Jay provided a one man act in the defeat of Hamilton, 25 to 13 Jay scored
wns one for 30 yards, one for 79 yards, and one for 24 yards Ellis scored
once on a 10 yard fake reverse
TIGERS HELD TO SCORELESS TIE
Fayette's dream of an undefeated season was almost shattered when a heavier Winfield
eleven held the Tigers to a 0 O deadlock The Tigers ran up a total of 269 yards gained
8 for Winfield, but lacked the scorlng punch necessary to win a ball game
FAYETTE 69 BERRY O
In their annual Thanksg1v1ng classic, the Tigers defeated an outclassed Berry eleven
9 to O Horace Jay, wearing the orange and black for the last time, gained a total of 245
yards and scored four touchdowns Ellis scored two, Captain Lawrence, also in his final ap
pearance, scored two, and two other seniors, Sterman and Hankins, scored once each
As a result of their efficient playing, Horace Jay, Lawrence Ellis, and Ieffle Lawrence
were placed on the All-State honorable mention list
The complete schedule and scores are as follows
The first award for the most
SEVENTH DISTRICT TOURNAM NT
TIGER BAG AWARD
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on H 811111135 fall 11101111118 111 1930 a group of small six-year-o ds met for their
first time in a class room Twenty of that group will be graduated this spring
Many have joined our class and many have left it since that first year
We completed our first six years of education in the spring of 1936 an were
ready to begin our high school career In the fall of the same year, we started
climbing the steep hill ahead of us and today, as seniors, we have almost reached
Throughout the years, various members of the class have distinguished them
selves by their different talents and interests Some of our boys who have become
well known in school because of their action on the gridiron are Jeffie Lawrence,
who was captain this year, Milton Sterman, Jimmie Allen, Billy Bragg Horace Jay
are Russell Newman and Hoyt Sims Bruce Hankins is known throughout the class
for his shyness
The scholastic averages of Sarah laude Johnson, the valedictorian, and Othelia
Otts, salutatorian, were so nearly perfect that we shall always remember these
girls for their intellectual abilities
louis Moore, business manager for both the Echo and Tiger Rag, will always be
re embered for his intelligence and good nature
Ethel Shirley McGuff, one of the most outstanding members of our class will
long remain ln our memory Her remarkable personality and her many and various
talents musician, actress, orator, and executive are a combination very seldom
found in one person
Others who are well knoln for their musical abilities are Emily Dean Rose, a
graduate in music, Kathleen Cannon, and Kathleen Newton
Jo Ann Caine who always has a friendly smile and cheery words for everyone,
will long be remembered for her pleasant disposition
Jimmie Allen, president of the class, and 'assistant director' of the band, will
be reme bered for his calm executive manner and his clarinet
Some of our classmates are romantically inclined These Romeos and Iuliets who
have become known as pairs because they are seen together so much are Wynelle
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Leonard Hodgesg and Bruce Hankins. The boys who have won popularity in basketball
Mitchell and Jimmie Allen Yeuell Herren and Wilma Blackburn, and Della Jane Cannon
and Harold Gibson
The class has presented two plays The Junior Play was 'Here Comes Hattien,
and the Senior Play was 'A Ready Made Family W Both plays proved to be great sue
cesses Members of the class taking part in both plays are Sarah Maude Johnson
Othelia Otts, Jean Patterson, Wynelle Mitchell
The Tiger Rag has continued to reign in popularity with the students This year
an award was given by the Tiger Rag to the outstanding basketball player of the
current season That award was made to Junior Hobbs
The Echo has upheld the motto given to this publication by Arthur Wright in
1939 'Each year, bigger and better
During our twelve years of education we have learned to overcome many difficul
ties We are grateful to our parents and our kind and faithful teachers for the
opportunities they have made possible for us We shall always remember them for
their ever enduring patience and wise counsel
This graduating class of seventy nine students leaves Fayette County High School
to go higher still, but we shall never forget the happy school days spent together
In April of the year 1942, there were 79 students graduated from Fayette County
born in Fayette County, outside the city limits and of the others, 19 were born
various parts of the state Three were born in other states Mississippi, Louisiana,
and Oklahoma The average height of the boys is 5'9', the average weight of the boys
is 150 pounds The average height of the girls is 5'4 ', the average weight of the
girls is 121 pounds The average age of the class is 18 The shortest person in the
class is 5'l' and the tallest person is 6'2in The lightest student weighs 96 pounds
and the heaviest weighs 196 pounds 11 boys and 16 girls plan to attend college
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WILL FAYETTE HIPH SCHOOL BE TEE SAME WHEN
Louis Moore isn't constantly asking for money?
WYU9116 Mitchell and Jimmie Allen are no longer seen together in the hall?
Thomas Etheridge can't buy Ethel Shirley an ice cream sandwich at recess?
Mrs Thonas 1sn't separating Yeuell Herren and Wilma Blackburn in study hall?
Bob Jones no longer holds up the Jones Sims escorting company?
Billy Bragg 1sn't looking for Marion Howton?
HOTHCB Jay 1sn't carrying Peggy Cobb'e books and opening her locker?
Maxine Ayres isn't talking about G W Wages?
Fr1sco Beard 1sn't getting nice presents from the navy?
Della Jane Cannon 1sn't Jealous of Harold Gibson?
Catherine Abbot, Hazel Patterson, and Kathleen Williamson aren't getting letters
from the navy?
Betty Couch doesn't bring her car to school?
Reble Barnes 1sn't helping Mr Brown?
Irene Williams, Louise Best, and Mildred Davidson aren't getting letters from the
Mary Grace Bailey 1sn't smiling?
Norma Davis and Nell Fowler aren't cutting up in English?
lwa Hollingsworth isn't pitching at the goal in physical ed?
Uean Patterson 1sn't sketching something CDucks for instancel?
Kathleen Cannon and Io Ann Caine miss coming to school together?
Leonard Hodges isn't the first one through in typing?
Mary Lee Madison doesn't have long finger nails?
L E Mitchell isn't absent from Agriculture three days a week?
Willow Mae Phillips doesn't give a book report about a month ahead of time?
.Hoyt Sims isn't high score man in basketball?
Russell Newman isn't making good grades?
Jeffie Lawrence types the whole period?
Johnnye Lou Lee stops going to Berry?
Christine Nelson doesn't have every hair in place?
Kathleen Newton 1sn't getting regular letters from Bill?
Gaylon Northam isn't late for Agriculture?
People aren't having to distinguish between Geraldine and Kathleen Otts?
Gladys Otts isn't in a good humor?
Kenneth Galloway doesn't drive a school bus?
Jack Dyer isn't making new solutions in Geometry?
Edwin Hocutt isn't in the Beta Club?
Frances Hollis 1sn't talking about a certain boy in Birmingham?
Dewey Holliman 1sn't real quiet?
Bruce Hankins 1sn't answering every question a teacher asks?
Eula Guin 1sn't singing in the Glee Club?
Leathy Roberts 1sn't with Bill Cannon?
Emily Dean Rose and Martha Stewart aren't together?
Morgan Barnett 1sn't combing his hair?
Shelton Vick isn't saying, I don't have 1t', to Miss Evins?
People aren't calling Leona, Iottie
Shivers Vick doesn't have a sense of humor?
Howard Frederick 1sn't here to sell candy?
Mavalene Smith 1sn't flirting with the boys?
Doyle Yerby 1sn't running after a blonde?
Edwin McClure makes that A in English that he keeps saying he is going to make?
Louise Wilson gets noisy?
Mrs. Harkins isn't getting on Ruby Lee Woods for talking?
Marshall Woods lives up to his reputatiom of being quiet?
Pauline Williams lsn't good in basketball?
People quit getting Voncile and Eloise Sanders mixed up?
Milton Sterman isn't speaking to everyone?
Annie Mae Potter lsn't taking her time?
Olene Sanford's hair turns black?
Ruth Rasberry talks loudly?
Erdeal Pennington doesn't have exactly the right desk in roll call?
Bill Lollar isn't driving two or three cars?
Bob Jones no longer carries Sarah Maude's and 0thel1a's books and coats to lockers?
L. V. Key isn't Miss DeMent's right-hand man?
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
BE IT REM M ERED THAT, we, the Senior Class of Fayette County High School, bein
of sound mind and memory and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory
life, do, therefore, make, ordain, publish, and declare this to be our Last will and
Testament, hereby, revoking all other former wills by us at any time made
We give and bequeath to our Principal, Mr John Morgan Brown, our deepest appre
ciation and our sincerest gratitude for the many pleasant years of schooling under his
As an ever burning symbol of hope, we leave to the members of the faculty fafter
much worry, despair, and effort? the memory of the seventy nine green youngsters who
entered these stately halls of learning and finally left proving that all efforts were
not in vain
To Miss Em a Evins and Miss Alva Wade, our thanks for their excellent production
of the play, 'Ready Made Family '
To Mrs C M Holder and Miss Rosalie Tutwiler, our heart felt thanks for their
in directing Class N1gkt
leave with Mrs Prentice Thomas our great respect and pleasant memories of her
the indiv1duals of the Junior Class we leave the following assets
Ruth Rasberry leaves to Eva Nell Freeman her quiet voice and may she make good use
Jean Patterson leaves to Helen Faulkner her talent and ingenuity as Art Editor of
Ethel Shirley McGuff leaves to anyone who wants or anyone who will accept it her
worry as class treasurer
Martha Stewart and Emily Dean Rose leave to Louise Reeves and Billie Jo Gam on their
Jimmie Allen leaves to Carol Thomason his executive ability as Senior Class President
L V Key leaves to William Arthur Ayres his position as Miss DeMent's right hand man
To Tommie Lindsey, Russell Newman's knowledge of Chemistry and Geometry
anyone in the Junior Class, and plenty will want it, Mildred Davidson's knowledge
James Ethel Little, Irene Williams' gift of continuous gabbing
Eloise Tilley, Wynelle Mitchell's ability to keep her men on the string
To Margaret Alexander, Kathleen Cannon of working Geometry
To the football team of next year, the ability of the stars of the senior dhss who
helped to make it the successful team it was
To Perry Nell Caraway, Jo Ann Caine's Scarlet 0'hara waistline
To Lawrence Ellis, the ability of Jeffie Lawrence to captain the football team
To the Golson twins, the intellectual abilities of Milton Sterman and Russell Newman
Horace Jay leaves his heart with Peggy Cobb.
Billy Bragg leaves Marion Hnwton.
To ' :
Edwin McClure leaves to Harry Unger his position as F. F. A. President and F. F. A.
of t .
1 Ethel Shirley McGuff, 2 Hazel Patterson, 3 Billy Lollar 4 Mary Lee Madison, 5
Emily Dean Rose, 6 Eloise Sanders, 7 Norma Davis, 8 Lynett Holliman, 9 Catherine
Abbott, 10 Irene Williams, ll Kenneth Galloway 12 Louise Wilson, 13 Shivers Vick,
14 Edwin McClure, 15 Johnny Lou Lee, 16 Othelia Otts and Maxine Ayres, 17 Reble
Barnes, 18 Louise Howard Best, 19 Wynelle Mitchell, 20 Kathleen Newton, 21 Kathleen
Williamson, 22 Olene Sanford, 23 Ruby Lee Woods 24 Annie Mae Potter, 25 Voncile
Sanders, 26 Catherine Abbott 27 Christine Nelson, 28 Frances Hollis, 29 Jean Pat
terson, 30 Betty Couch 31 L E Mitchell, 32 Mary Grace Bailey, 33 Jimmie Allen,
34 Ruth Rasberry 35 Sarah Maude Johnson, 36 Russell Newman
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SR II CLASS
First Row llr Rogers, Beatrice Spiller, Louis Nelson, Anita Galloway, Ina Nell Ber
ry, Cleola Taylor, Ernestine Traleek, Lulu Gagie Harkins, Azilee Martin, Ethel Gibbs
Second Row Tomy Lindsey, Peggy Cobb, Harry Unger, lax Sprinkle, William Arthur
Ayres, Billy Roberts, Hoyt Sims, Thomas Lloyd Williamson, San Renfroe
Third Row James Ethel Little, Elizabeth .T ones, Perry Nell Caraway, Alina Fowler
Lottie Pate, Gracie Ponds, Estel.l Robnett Louise Reeves, Charlotte Muse, Kenneth
Fourth Row. Junior Hobbs, .Tack Gilpin, Marion Howton, Carol Tnomason, Thomas Ether
idge, Harold Killingsworth, Earl Golson, George Gullett, Bobby Hamilton.
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First Row lisa Stallworth, llyrlene Gilliam, Helen Faulkner, Ruth Bobo, Lawrence
Ellis Frank Hamby, Harry Barnett, J' T Johnson Edwin Lawrence
Second Row Charles Walker, Bob Taylor, Laren Williams huline Bailey Frances
Chambless, Maxine Nix, llartha Montgomery, Mary Lou Rainey, L E Gilliland, Eva Nell
Third Row W E Holcomb, Avalene Pinkerton, Fillmore Fowler, Bill Cannon, llary Glynn
Herron, Betty .To Gammon, .T esse Ayres, Blanche Whitley, Vaudene Bobo, Buna Colley
Fourth Row Brooks Gilpin, Olene Williamson, Alice Striegel, Charles Renfroe llargret
Alexander, Bob Sanders, Elwood Oswalt, W ll lladdox, .Tr Earl Golson, Sara Alice
First Row Peggy Hillhouse, Warrene Loftis, Dorothy Renfroe, Thelma Lambert, Edith
Jordan, Ida Key Whitley, Eloise Black, Louise Peeks
Second Row Mrs Thomas, Selma Gray, Jolene Francis, Geneva Redden, Geraldine
Kizzire, Irene Stough llarvalene Moore, Obera Fullerton, Camille Randolph
Third Row Eva Smith, Nina Ayres, Louise Hinton, llildred Lawrence, llarthellon Otts,
Bryan Fullerton, Mary Nell Brock, Mary Reynolds Duma .T ean Rasberry, Orlene Hobbs
Fourth Row Eleanor Jeanne Butler, Amaryllis Berryhill, Wylodene Brandon, Lavene
White Duma Jean Hankins, Betty Lou Willis, Clara Lee Hollis, Araline Davidson,
Dorothy Darnell, Elizabeth Hollis
Fifth Row Joy Blackburn, Bertha Hosoh Hazel McConnell, Inez White, Hilda Falls
Carolyn Chandler, Mary Alice Matthews, Sara Kate Branyon, Sara Livingston, Doris
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First Row Billy Taber, .Timmy Harkins, Fred Colburn, James Dodson Cecil Sanford,
Second Row Miss Ddlent, 'momaa Lawrence, Billy J'oe Shelton, Howard Cargile, David
Sanford, Hubert Sanders, Hugh Knight Burl Kelly, Mrs Herkins
'mird Row had Jones, J' oe Brown, Hamilton Humber, William Odell, Kenneth Bragg
William Lynch, lilliam Cantrell, .T W Darnell, Robert Oswalt
Fourth Bow Luther Moore, Guy Cantrell, Warren Doughty, Rocquenore Beard, James
lood, .Tames Maddox, Kenneth Rasberry, .Tohn Walker, Dewitt Barnes
Flrquhar, Inskine Hindnan, Jack Springer, Opal Woods, Bill Gilpim.
Fifth Row: Bayford Newman, Billy Loftis, Alexander Kizzire, Doyle llatthewa, Wiley
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First Row Betty Hazel Galloway, Katherine Youxg, Billy Sularin Truman Kelly, L C
Williamson, .Toe Alexander, Billy Doughty, Orell Shepherd
Second Row Mary Nell Nichols, Estell Weeks, Eloise Nelson, lartha Ellis, Fay Gilpin,
larguerite Connell, llargie Mathis, Charlene Weeks, llrs Holder
Third Row Lois Doss, Flora Dell Aldridge, Sara Champion, Ieweldene Gardner, Clesta
Fay Black, Doris .Tean Alvis, Betty Ann Cannon, Ermine Muse, Roy Oswalt
Fourth Row Henry Johnson, Dan Sextom, Elwood Rainwater, Willis Godfrey Cecil .Tack
son, Howard Anderson, Wyman MacDonald, 'Dom Cannon
First Row Miss Deldent, Ernest Kelly, Thomas Alfred Rose, Thelma Willis, Annie u
Martin, Vernon Shepherd, J' D McCool, Miss Ray
Second Row Mary Rasberry Catherine White, Monica Stella Egan, Nell w11l18l!1S Mary
Louise Nichols, Kathleen Brazil, Clarence Stewart, Don Dockery ,
Third Row Julia Bell Cargile, Matsie Otts Gertrude Williams, Mary Kate Kemp, Doro
they Crowe, Wynelle Galloway, Jimmy Gullett James Moore
Fourth Row Kenneth Butler, Rubin Ellis Billie Ray Geneva Holt Bertha Champion,
Luther Wallace, Bobby Galloway, Ray Walters
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First Row Marion Faye Crawford, Mary Frances Horn, Sara Joy Maddox, Betty Jean
Lindsey, Dorothy Hollingsworth, Mary Lee Spiller, Lolla Mae Dlmivant, Irene Bobo
Second Row Mrs Barnett Mary Spain Wiggins, Virginia Sherrel Mary Angelyn Mc
Nease, Olene McCool, Gloria Ann Sterman, Bernice Howard, Ozelle Newton, Frances
Third Row Mary Lee Smith, Polly Darnell, Della Jane Gray, Kathleen Fowler, 'lhelma
Ham, Annie Ruth Oswalt, Billie Hocutt, Fay Fowler, Christine Caraway
Fourth Bow Helen Montgomery, Ruby Sularin, Ruth Montgomery, Mary Helen Sanford,
Beulah Mae Gilpin, Wynell Porter, Polly Black, Juanita Cross, Betty Jo Newton
Fifth Row Dessie Mae Carglle, Sybil Oswalt, Audrey Davis, Kathryn Benton, Betty
White, Peggy Lindsey, Joyce Roberts, Jacqueline Loftis, Christine Howard
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First Row Franklin Vinson, Jack Freeman, Clarence Anderson, W F Richards Ken
neth Freeman, Rayburn Dobbs, Warren Rosenborough Herschel Johnson
Second Row Mr Payne, Dick Walters, Lanier Wright, Grady Klzzire, DeLloyd Lowery,
Team s Garrison, Glynn Loftis, George Shepherd, Miss Tutwiler
ter, Ned Butler, Howard Lawrence Lloyd Thomas, Ralph Nichols
Fourth Row Raymond Lawrence, Hoyt Woods, Johnny Garrison Merlin Newman, Hillard
Milligan, Thurman Griffin, Curtls Williams, Lon J Owens, Jesse Cagle
Third Row: V. L. Gray, Clark Gravlee, Aaron C. Whitley, Clarence Smith, Joe Gun-
First Row Jewel Porter Christine Kimbrell, Betty Marle Houston, Tommie Miles,
Louise Pate, Virginia Anderson, Christine Davis, Kathleen Norris Emma Sue Batton,
Second Row Colleen Splller, Mary Grace Lowery Sue Lee Gardner Mary Sue Harbin,
Hazel Henley, Katie Lee Williamson, Katherine Watkins, Martha Lou Papazan, Earline
Watkins, Ruth Weathers
Third Row Mrs Wright, Maxine Renfroe, Juanita Holllman, Roberta Mealer, Betty Sue
Lowery Joyce Thornton, Aleine Walden Jewel Homan Betty Joyce Newton, Estelle
Fourth Row Anita Mobley, Wilma Hollingshead, Louise Godfrey, Evelyn Wallace, Duma
Sanford Willette Kemp, Mildred Kizzire, Elizabeth Gosa, Louise Bobo, Mary Ella Ray
Fifth Row Betty Sharp Carol Young, Bobbie Wright, Tommie Miles, Dorothy Rainey
Enlean Porter, Earlean Bryant, Brownie Berry, Rachel mek, Hilda Darnell
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First Row David Lambert, Charles Hammett, Elias Robnett, Billy Galloway, Donald
Nelson, Ernest Brown, .Toe Neal Butler, Jr , Harold Berry
Second Row Gaines Dewalt, Charles Benton, Donald Garrison, J' D Gray, Wyghtman
Cannon, Leonard Davis, Gene Logan, Leon Lee
Third Row Miss McKenzie, Orville Woods, Ted Allan Brasher, Johnny Blakeney, Rex
Hollis, Milton Lawrence, James Curtis Branyon, Lamar McKay, Miss Wade
Fourth Row Roy Crowe, Ante V Jackson, David Chambless, Estes Jackson, Pete Newt
Billy Crowe, .Timnw Young, J ixnngv South, Bob Cannon
Billy Falls, Billy Fowler, William Barnes, Raymond Bailey
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HODGBS DEPT STORE
SHEPHERD' S STYLE SHOP
M I CHEVROLET CO
PAN AM SERVICE STATION
ALABAMA POWER C0
TRIPLE GARDEN DRUGSTORE
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BRUNN LUIBER CO
ARTHUR LUIIBER CO
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GULF SERVICE STATION
J. D. Coward, Prop.
W. M. CANNON
Fresh Fruit All Time
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FAYEITE FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE
COC0-COLA BO'l'I.'LING CO
BRANYON OIL COMPANY
Gulf O11 Products
DOBBS HARDWARE AND FURN C0
Tom Sawyer Shirts and Pants
FAYEITE MOTOR CO , INC
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BUTLER TRACTOR 6: IMPL CO
Tractors and Farm Im lements
Sinclair Gas and 11
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FAYEITE COUNTY TIMES
Most thoroughly read Newslaper
The Fayette Banner
The Best of Screen Entertainment
FAYETEE SHOE SHOP
We do invisible half soles
OSWALT LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS
We clean clothes clean
TONE DRUG STORE
You can always do better at
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JOHNSTON FUINITURE CO
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Headquarters for Red Goose
FAYEITE COUNTY EXCHANGE
Feeds, Seeds, Baby Chicks
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Home made Ice Cream
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Shoes, Dry Goods, and Groceries
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