Foley High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Foley, AL)

 - Class of 1945

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Ex Llbrls N xkkf 555 X s Qaragun Qrrss I f f X X 629 .. J 37 xlfxx 'XXX Z wk' -ff-Wlnlynzl - koi rlrfrblr ff Gb . ,.,,f,,,,,,,,, 'lu ffffgl Ufnna 5010 X945 P051 IJWEDB Y THIJIENIOB CL A JJ' or F01 5 Y Hl6'HJ'c'h'00L Xi e ,ff w--fl y Af llxdzzgigkl elk . X K p ,lr u. fling? X Xt X F REWCRD We cannot forever stand upon the threshold of life and look into a glOFlOuS future Youth and prep eration must cross the bridge 1nto maturity and actlvitv hat this book shall be a record of those preparatory days of the pleasures trlumphs and defeats whlch make up high school life, 18 our ambition If in future years we ay look through these pa es and llve apaln the days of our youth, ieel again the sorrows, Joys, and ambitlons our worl shall not have been 1U vain It lS our slncerest wlsn that the record hereln contained may not only be a source of infinite plea sure but as an everlasting monu ment to tue l945 class of Foley Hlgh School x N 'VMI f x xxx -f- ' -. . - . - rn A . , l 1 .... A , . . I . 4 U Ill . ,T . . fb D W . f L . . -. C 1 L LA 1 . . 1 I O ge ' Uk' X XX X , X ,gy ' t 1'-w-N ' N ,-x A A ' Xbx .lt . - ' 5 f 1 V ,-,ff i- I ' -1- 4 .,' 4' . , DEDICATI N 3 Ne proudly dedicate this 1945 issue of the BLUL AN P duP1HV the ye r to GOLD to our classmates who le t us enter the armed services of our country nay it serve as a halpy reminder to them when they come back that thelr school carrled on as loyally at home as they have n d1St8nt places Billy Averit George Boyle Howard Bretz Theodore Geci Jack Holman hennetk Klug Carlos Lee D f ' X 'Sr 5 n F ' 8 , , x ' x v w L ' - L5 :I Tfl g 'v - I J. X . , 3 . . . .L o S , - J. CC TEN TS T LU L1 ATU L OOS U STAFF FACULTY SENIORS CLASSES AC IVITIES C BS ATLLITICS FE. HES ADVVRTTSERS B TABS ALMA MATPR Foley School our Alma Mater Lo thy praise we'll sing For ideals so lofty o'er us Lo thee we will bring Love, devotion, truth and honor All to which we'll cling Foley School our Alma Mater, Lo thy praise we'll sing Reigning on thy throne of learning Like a queen supreme Service, service is thy motto Love and truth thy theme With thy name and reputation Let the whole world ring Foley School our Alma Mater, Lo thy praise we'll sing Soon our paths will be divided In our walk through life Let thy culture stand before us Guiding through the s rife Should we ne'er return together 'Neath thy sheltering wing Foley School our Alma Mater, E'er thy praise we'll sing. Fi 1 .fi Business Lanag Sam Kirkland Advertising .65- 'Y dltor Leona Parker Circu1ation Manager lv Lditor lsie Orth S.. 1 Sport Editor Jimmy Suarez Harvey Holk Advertising Artist Eugene Lewis .0 fK.v Typist Mimeographer Manager Morton Bryant Marshall Koehler Zola Herman Baumann Manager Hastings -oif' E 'O -4 'J' I 13 ' P 'Zrh 5"f'l 'f'n H 4 gl ' 3 x .JST gulf A rftx 4 an , , Y , ' x , M4 NNW rf xx X M .er " I- i ' A'!'. 5 'N 0 ' e 31 J 3. L- ' or f I my fs-. ,ffl 'Wares xl, CD1 .- of' "w r av if 4""" will-bw WM if FOLEY HIGHLIGHTS sun' Edltor Betty A Morrill ASSlStllt Edlwl' Donald Prxce Business Manag r Lottze K Hardmg Ass t. husmeas Manager Archxe 'Wnllums Advertumg Floyd Holk Charles Bryant Sports Charles Boller, Harvey Holk REPORTERS Marshall Koehler Mxldred Underwood Charles Michal Mary Ann Gabhart Peter Fodor Donnavxe Burrus Paul Nelson Ramona Tlnvme Sonny Bryant Elmo 01-th Aavmor Verda Horne YI 'civil fx :vu 1 VIA! I K ri ,1 A, 4 1' iw A I Q I I , A I 5 ,I Y l A , 1 ' ' . - 4, 'ii - W Q 1 , 'F' J 'W . - if A F Y 1 ff ' " -:-fzfg-gg-f .E 4 -Q. 4... -0 , 'Ji , lv 'g1'?'3x: 5 'C . Y w ' J 'lu 8 C THE FACULTY Egg! Iiss Freedman Mr W C McGowan Principal Mrs Miller fs! NI'-S Cdl Ars White Cel Mrs Robenson Cf? Mrs Davis Morgan lflk 4' GB pl 4k a rs Uowton CbD urs Mclenzie e CGD nr Bryant lgj Wr Strong Assistant Principal 4' f 1' hrs Orr C ach Davis Mlss Shaver Seniors THE GRADUATINC1 CLASQ 7 'Egan I L f r x x Q 1 I, r V , .A Mm s N .- Q , 1. W, S MX'2,-RQ:-Lg,sn:KmaL Q ' 'A N-, Z i f SENI R CLASQ COLORS oo rLOJER Blue and Gold ite Hose 'LASS MOTlO Here We Launcr, where Shall 'e Anchor Luther hirkland Pre ldent tall, tempting terrific ,Q F' ,..-1 Billy Averitt Treasurer -Ol etty Iorrill X106 resident popular, nenpy personality llsie Ortn Student Councll qulet, quiescent gay, g1OPlOuS quick Genius .L Donlavie Burrus secretary blonde, bubbly boisterous if Morton Bryant Student Council Joy dl, Jabbering Juvenile 'N' ' .' C' U "7 T' , ' CIHQ .- W - Jh fl U . .1 'H 1 u U l 1 Hu l g - o ' , J, g KL ! ,, lx . r u I' s' J' F U - J' n 'Q P . ' , E J -A ' , t H, cl 4. jgr ir M . . . . vfw . . F? Herman Baumann 6fflCl6Ht, energetic, egotiscal Howard Bretz our big tall GI Joe George Boyle, Jr shy, serious, sailor Julia Donaldson nice, neat, noiseless Theodore Geci blond, bashful, boyish Vera Gruner industrious, independent indispensable Loie Hastings studious, smart, smooth Donald Hirz timid, teasing, thoughtful aft -Qv M ...s -4 'sir 2-IK I Harvey Holk classy, cute, cherub oily 'bv Jacx Holman say, aabby, sob Dorothy Jewell pretty, petlte, prankish Clara Kichler considerate, cooperative, cheerful Kenneth hlug J f mmm, our merchant marine Marshall Koehler blono, blueyed, brainy Mildred Lassitter 'Fun soft spoken, sincere, serious " Carlos Lee f Helen's handsome he man W i fl , 32 !:? 1, " 37 1 -1 ' N . foe 1' fm LL 'lil I' t :XX , ,V o ? 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'wx 1 5 -, 3005 -4' Last Wfff ana, Testament ie Cjass 0 4 Being of a sound mind and of a disposing iisposi tion, we of this Senior Class of Foley High School, do hereby will and bequeath the following articles To the County Board of Education and the Board of Trustees, that has so generously provided for us during these four years past, we do hereby bequeath all the broken panes and chairs, the finger prints on the walls and the lnk stains on the floors and desks, these same to be held ln trust for the To our principal, prlncipal, r strong we through our Senlor year To our much loved succeeding grades Mr McGowan and to our Assistant leave a generous box of aspirin teachers, each and every one, we bequeath a llberal yearly annuity of examination papers to grade, notebooks to correct, and averages to make To our parents a silver loving cup for gritting their teeth and staying with us To the library we bequeath all the detective stor ies, Wild West Nagazlnes and other junk we prized so highly and read so carefully all year To our librarian, Miss Freedman, we do bequeath all the old caps, belts, knives, fountain pens, pencils, vanity cases, lipsticks and lost books that she has so Jealously guarded for the past months To the Janitor of this Foley Hi h School, Mr Wilsor we bequeath all the mud we have tracked into the bullding, all the chewing gum, so generously stuck on the floors, and the millions of loose papers in the lockers and desks To the Junior Class following us, we do hereby be queath our old seats, with the tacks that tear our clothes, our lockers, which will not lock, our old books, with most of the leaves loose or gone, all the knowledge we failed to learn 7 of k f IL V. , ' M , ' ' for all the headaches we have given them in helping us To tlat same class, we DGQUGSCM t e nroud prlvlle e of b6lHg Senlors and lordinp lt over the younger ones, f always leadlnp the llnes and ettln the choicest seats and food durlng lunch Sam Kirkland wills his lonp lens, vhicr are very valuable vlen t comes to playlng basketball nd ootuall, to Rlchard nastburn Betty Ann Iorrlll wllls her title as most oooular blfl to Ruth Baumann, who is also well l ked by ev ryone Donnavie Burrus, our blonde secretary, J ll h r wittlness and name a gabbiest glrl to Shy nrupinski Bllly Sunda Nllls hls lovable ways tl arkle Wllliams Jnat about that, girls' Harvey hulk wllls hls manly physique to David Calla way and Bob boesbe Carlos Leutner wllls hls love to Lucllle Lenmann Virvlnla Vlcsan wills her abllity to make eyes to Robert heszoros, Thomas Benton, awrence Gece, and Vdfard Lysek If txese boys dld a llttle more wolflnv we'i know more about tnem the wo en to lb rt Ihlte, Raymond btyron, nd Herbert Phllllas Take heed, boys mmy bu rez wllls lis abillty ts dance that ls ou of tnls vorldn to Berkeley Smltn, who 18 out of tnls world Leona P rker and Ulldred Undnrwood :ill tne r femi nine Nays and abilit to hold a steady beau to Ann Mcdeil and VlVl8U Underwood wlt lopes tnat they wlll carrf on tie tradlt on Ulsie O th wllls ler name is an all arwund vwod senlor to Anna, Sadie, Madellne, Mabel, and Dorothy vlth confldence tlat they fill carry on Vera Gruner wills 1er ability to fix hair to Ruby nicrler, while Esther aantop basses on her beautlful comolex on to Lmlly Bergman Lottle Harding wllls her sophistlcat on to Vlola Rainer, who lre df has good start 5 K . , ,Q , , n llc . ll JL 1 .J . 7 . , v 3 ' ,J ' 9 O . . . , , ir 'r .J C' LJ D , j . x' , 1' Q J Q ' A nr 1 ' fs' J ' ' a f- 1 . -,P ' ' s- . - 1 - a H' A 1. 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I ' l 1 - 8 E T, E ' ' u Carlos Lee wllls his charmln hula ability to Joe Manley and Richard Curr Donald Hirz wills his nickname, nDonald Duck' to Donald Price George Boyle wills his bashfulness to Bllly Stokes There's a lot of room for improvement Vera Noltensmeier wills her unendless gabblng to Barbara Sphror, who hardly ever speaks unless sooken to Dot Waters Jllls her sweet ways and pleaslng person ality to Irene Zolllkofer Mildred Lassitter wllls her quiet ways to Dit Black well Zoie Hastings' ability to make A's goes to L J Childre Herman Baumann's ability in the library goes to Virgil Parker, who seldom opens a book Sonny Bryant wills his ability to do the right thing at the wrong time to Mary Ann Gebhart, who always does the things she should Julia Donaldson wills her soft voice to Jessie Williams mma elenn Ramsey's havpy out look on life goes to Mildred Daniels and Dot Ogle Elsie Schwartz passes on her beautiful natural curly hair to Pete Fodor and Floyd Plash Dot Jewell's tiny build goes to Cornelia Pardue and hssie Harrlson Clara Kichler wills her record of no make up to Verna Mae Keith Marshall Koehler's neat appearance goes to Michael Bauer and Charles Michal Annie Ruth's friendly ways go to Paul Nelson ' .lf r 'f Charles Rhodes wills his height to Mildred Engel. Adrian wills his Abillty to play basketball to Charles Boller Denneth and Shep will their ability to graduate with out going to school their senior year to anyone who has the ambition Bllly Averitt wills his pleaslng pcrslnality to Calvln Dean Howard Bretz wllls his big Bulld to all the small boys in the Junior class who will go into the service next year the team of next year Theodore wllls hls bus drivi g abllity to all the bus drlvers with his utmost sympathy Last but not least Wilbur Willis wills his cooper ative ways in class to the JunLors in general To the neighbors of our school, we do hereby will and bequeath the echoes of all the noises we have made, the sticks and stones we have thrown at their pet cats and dogs, the knowledge of flower beds trampled upon, and the memory of impish faces peering at them through the fences To this school, our beloved Alma Mater, ln order to show our appreciat on of all that it has dune for us, we do, in this last will and testament, hereby bequeath the amount of tem thousand memories, with which to erect a bronze tablet, a lasting memorial of this Senior Class of 1945 Jack Holman wills his ability to play football to GEEMZXS5 EPGDEEEM Eiya' Folks, I'm here to bet lqis Senior Flass is the best class yet I'll tell you aeout 'en ano ynu can see Q:ere's no use to bft, 'cause you'll vree I'll start wltn our Dresident, oh' what a man re's oett r lnown as just nPlain Sam lhen there's our V109 fP6SldGDt, Petty Ann, lie Du, who gets nor is a luck, man And our class secretary, Uonnavie, bhe's a very cute blonae as ou can see koi Charles nnodes, who never cuts classes, as so eth ng bout him that c tches those lassies era holters ier LS so happJ ana gay, ne llufhs and talks the live lone day Then Loie Fastin s, most studlous of all, She's always there to answer the call As for Larvey Holk, can't say enough, When it comes to argulnp, hc strutts hls stuff Meet lsie Ortr, whose been here a year, To all o ls, she's grown v ry dear tre's lrginia lcsan, beautlful and pert, She would make any man fall for a skirt Tittle Donald lrz 1 ju t so quiet, lhere's beona rarker, whose's blonde and falr, she and Jlmmj Suarez make a swell pair Ano Carlos heutner 13 alwa's beamln' At a cute l ttle girl called Lucille lenman blara and lsle, tvo fery lo e frle ds, It seems thelr frlendshlp Jlll never end no 1e've cor ta bonnf B 1e's the mlSCDlLVOOuS type as you can see stner Aantop s ers bashful and s jut :hen the oo, pas , she ,1VGS them the eye lulla uonallson never m ke nolse, or she tudles all the tlm , out not ibout ooys l suupose jeu Inow about 'arshall Koehler, hen he ets Ol , he's bonna oe a sailor Dot Jewell ani not Haters have more fun, 1hey're such clos frlends, they're just like one And, oh' yes' heres ilbur Lee A lady's man he'll always be Now Blllj Sunda is full of the devil, But anyway he's on the level T ' I f"Q1 1 . 5 A xl D , - ,. .., L 1 I ' 4.r'm' y Q A .1 J . ur-3 Q . . 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Ann Adrlnn ,wanstrom was a slell oar, T s vlrl out no Da oan't o a . Lhen 1Lldred oaseltter mud Vera hrunor, LLfwf 1 success lS just Gro 1 t e corner ovene TGJlS can rea1Tf c 11t1 hlm Qrourd, tro V v 1as't 1 oH,nce. low heres our boys wlo loft thls ,oar There'Q foorve and rnest and fu los 1 e ihe nxve Jolned the wav o S811 fof nas Ano Lrfodore and howaro, wo fi CIHU len Lhey're in the Army, nyc re ' J In the aritime Servi e are nnet , 11 J, nd Jac , We hope, very soon to elcowc th W oaoV ell, tnerf ynu are, wnatta ya' say, Our class is a swell one, and that's not nhay H rv ' ', 1' N E 1 by in 7. V A A A 55. ' rf: ' A ,,, 1 i ". FW 'p I v f . , la 3 U e- F S--he - 3 f P VI I F' ' ' .' 1, , 1 U AI L , M . . . . 1 L ke-. b o ,urn Lo A , . , ' ' o'O , Q v kg may e, '.-v" Q ' ' 7. ., -v -. rx I 1 QA A A i - J -L f J 1.5. E ' 'N 7 ' fl ' xv -,,-,--, ,. . L. . . , ue nope onelr victory 15 vorg near. " ,. A Y v ,. L.: 4, " Q 4 -1 vm P JU , H v ,M . . . .o If - Q . if t . JMB fl I , 1 ""' 11 ' F ' I ffm ' 2 ' . 1,1 . tl V-JI. LQ :I , V1 . . v , .! . , L iv, i'm su 3 we ll xon. H , , -, N 5 lg .' f-o 1 -Lo ll ,I 41' Q li I - i-I A rx 1 ll .L 4 wal LQ 'ali' . 1 3 ', nw , . . 4 I C ass Prop ecy ANN Grandmother, what is this book? GRANDHOTHER Where did you f nd 1t, my dear? Bring lt to ANN In the packing trunk ln the attic You told Peggy and me we might hunt up there for some old dresses for that old fashlon party Mary is giving next week GRANDNOTHER It is my old memory book, Ann, the one I had at Foley High School It was quite the fad then for the girls to have memory books, in which we kept pictures programs, authographs, all kinds of things See, here on the first page, it says Foley Hlgh School, 1945, dear me, that was 20 years ago' How time does fly' ANN What funny looking building is that, grandmother? GRANDMOTHER That was our high school We thought it a very fine school in those days Where are you Grandmother? GR 'DIOTHER Look and see if you can mother, my dear I think I am in the ANI flocking closelyl Oh, here you Short hair, no sleeves to your dress, mother, was that the style then? find your old grand front row are! Look, Peggy' and socks Grand GRANDMOTHER Yes, dear All the girls wore sleeveless dresses, socks and bobbed thelr hair, and we liked it then ANN Who is that tall boy standing beside you, grand mother? GRfNDMOTHIR That is Sonny Bryant He was the brightest boy in the class The teachers were very proud of him PEGGY You surely do not mean Mortln Bryanto Why, he is our dear old county judge . ' : ' 1 ' . ' me. 9 Ann: And look at these queer-looking boys and girls, Peggy AL JI : ' I: ' . GRANDMOTHIR Yes, that is he And this little boy is Eugene Lewis PEGGY Oh, that is the old man who runs the corner drug store Who is this fat boy? GRANDMOTHER That is Harvey Holk We expected something brilliant of him, but he ran away and became a tin peddler I bought some pans from him several years ago PEGGY Who 18 this tall girl, grandmother? GRANDMOTHER That is Donnavie Burrus You know the old lady who built the home for cats, down on Catnep Street She and I were such good friends, but I liked all my class mates PEGGY Did you really like all these boys and glrls in your class, grandmother? GRANDMOTHER Nearly all of them, my dear Each one had something good about him, and I always tried to find out the good traits and close my eyes to the bad It makes life much happier, if you do that PEGGY Who are these two girls, grandmother? GRANDMOTHER They are Dot Jewell and Dot Waters They : g A , were always such good friends. Went through high school and college together and have been in business together all 'iz A 2 I o these years You know that big milllnery store on Hain Street? They have made a wonderful succe s of it ANN I want to look at the book, grandmother I am so interested GRANDIOTHER Pere, right behind me, is Vera runer She founded that splendld school for glrls in China, and here is Betty Ann, the most famous woman surgeon in the United States This funny looking little boy is Donald Hlrz, vice presldent of this great country You cannot always tell by a fellow's looks what he will be in after years This is Billy Sunda Who would ever have thought he would have made a famous preacher? I heard him last summer while I was in Boston Here's Annie Ruth She went as a foreign missionary Here is Leona Parker She was Latin teacher in our old school until she was pensioned She never mar ried, though Jimmy Suarez was crazy about her She could not stand his bad English. Even College never cured that And here is Carlos Leutner. Went abroad, ambassador tp It- aly Who would have thought ito And these two boys, Wilbur and George, ooth became famous lawyers, and Vera Nolten Sm8l6P, a Red Cross Nurse to Turkey Julla Donaldson and llldred Lassitter married wealthy men and made splendid SOCl6tJ leaders and Elsde Swartz, Clara and Fsther all made splendid school teachers Thls girl 18 LOl6, prlvate secretary to the Governor of New York, and Clarles Rhodes, Chlel ustlce of U S Who would have thought our llttle class would have become so famous? Now who is this? iBends over to see J Oh' Yes that is Howard Bretz He went to South America as a clvil engineer Bullt the most wonder ful brld es He certainly did come out How Nell I remember helplng him day after day, with his mathematics Thls group of girls, Emma Glenn, Mildred Underwood, Lottie Harding and Elsie Orth all marrled and made happy homes After all, home making 18 the best career any woman can have Theodore Cecl, here, lnvented that wonderful automoblle that runs wltnout gas It made him a fnrtune Herman Baumann, became presldent of Jerkwater college, and Blll iverrit, turned out to be a second Ldison Dhis basket b ll tlcket' Oh, the fun we used to have at Foley hlfh School games Adrian became coach at Yale The other members of the team forsook athletlcs and went into into ent rely dlfferent fields of work Jack Holman went to Parls and beca e d6SlQU8P for women's dresses Yenneth Klug had a chain of beauty parlors Sam and Luge e S peddlen real sdlk underwear Wasn't that gust l ke them A plece of Carlos Lee s necktle le was some Shlek, and, in after years, w en he be ame leader oi that famous orches tra, he was so splendld loxklng that we could not listen to t e mzsic for 1OOklH7 at him A note wrltten by VlP?lHl8 to me tellirg me hov crazy she wls about a sailor Dear Virg1n1a She was crazy about many, but she could never settle on any vartlcular person, and ended her days tour iwg the country, lecturirg on nThe Supremacy of the Female Race Over the Male Here 18 the program of our class day at dear old Foley Hlgh School, Aprll 20, l945 How well I remember t at day O s 3 A ' - . 1 0 -' T K. n . T7 .L J . C D. , . . 1 . A 1- . T u , , Y . ' I I . . , - .. W ' - fo ' ' I . 'v l . A Q . 4 L CJ ' . A o . A - A I . . . - 1 o Y 0 . 1 A 1 J . , '. - ' 0 r . "' 3 7 0 , -- ' ' C' 5, 3 u 1 o . . . V L .L 0 , . Y, . ffl 3 . x . . X o - ' o 1 f . , , 1 .L ' . , .L Q ' V ' J f ' , - . " 5 gl - . ' ' , " . . A 4. 4- H , - ' , 1 l Q . . . ' 'Y .J ' '7 ' n - . . A l Q - I W . 4 L . ' "' I 1. 1 , 1 F ' 5 Y! I C Y V O .. . . ,N , x . J 0 we tHOUb1t e were so im ortaht Really rown up, ano the crowd of motrers and llthers Dear me, times do not change so much, after all Boys and glrls are t1e same ear after year, only lt seer tg e they grow sweeter and dearer as t e feneratlons come ard Dear old Foley Hlgn ochool and those splendid teachers, and those boys and rls that me t so muc to younf life' How I have ehgoyeo turnlng the papes of memory and 1lVlHF 8U8lD the happy days of long ago X 7 V 1 7? Yi-Y' 'I' 1 L' A T1 0 V' V- I 1 4 H le . ' E 5, - ' as 2 m c W 3 Y . . . ' NJ go. 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'-,-:- - . .A,, S I I Q4 1'-1 N' leachers Tr and Hr Davis CLASS ROLL PIRbT RON Jessie fl1ll8mS, Donald Price, Bob Soesbe, David Callaway, Ricnard Eastburn, Charles Boller, Floyd Plash, Richard Carr, Joe Manley, L J Childre SECOND ROW Joe Bauer, Berkley Smith, Peter Fodor, Law rence Geci, Robert Neszoros, Herbert Philllps, Virgil Parker, Edward Lesik, Bill Stokes THIRD ROv Coach Davis, Mary Ann Gobhart, Vivian Harring ton, Ruth Baumann, Mabel Jenson, Cornelia Pardue, Barbara Sporer, hssie Harrison, Madeline Gardner, Anna Bloch, Geraldine Lane, Ann McNeil, Mrs Davis, Shy Krupinskl, Viola Rainer, Ruby Klchler, Dorothy Koehler, Iucille Leh man, Lmily Bergman, Sadle Hadley, Verna Mae Keeth Vivian Underwood, Mlldred Engle, Dorothy Ogle, Mildred Daniels NOT SHOJN Ramona Blackwell, Calvin Dean, Lottie Harding, Annie Ruth Nelson, Paul Nelson, Danny Parkman, Charles vlCh8G1, Guy Nall, Carl Davis, Thomas Benton, John Allen My ., , my ,J:swauqw::. . , ""3"'-'Alun 'U l in I . . - A ' 4. 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Q J - 4' ' I O 1 o u v I iff' Ll g op OVVIOTQS i l ,rr fi il .910 Teacltr urs Morgon LASS ROLL FWRST ROW willard xarker, John Allen, billy DeLoaoh, John Folman, Otto Kaemmerer, Valton Lone, Irs Iorbon, Rodger Sohad Frarles Alford S COND RO: Jim Anderson, Billy Wall, Fred Alms, Jerry Gilly, Harlan Peuer, Georfe Mlller, karl Bodiford, Rene Harsolan, Charles Rice, Author bandberg TPIRD ROW hevely Styron, Emily Phaff, lckey lobley, Magdalena Herter, Evelyn Hummel, Lo4s Frantz, Romona Theime, Betsy KlTkl8HQ, Vivian Callaway, Paullne Doering, Ruth Baumann, I ry Lou Schroeder NOT QFOWN Mary Scott ma. - - -um'1QQ -qw. '- wwf M was " - '-was is - , ,,-, Kg Q sun, 1 if' A tx , .. . i 11g I '5- 4-Q u tvs- .Agn V ' vs-sw lk M 'A A .qw " gg, ,W "fr V, ,. il, 'K ' --ng-,-'H' "' 'W .livin .-:wa a.,X1.1x A r A 1 M -1-we -we up ,""""'r'- M- , 4-,,::,, all ,, - Q.. ,.,,. f f. 1: Q.. K - . li lt numb- ,,,-at y ' wiht: l Y l , -Q f..,., In .. "fy ,...f N . 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A SCPHQMGRE CLASS F ,....L V F' fi: ieacher Piss shaver CDA S ROIL FlRSl ROI Charles Tarper, Royce Jones, Horace hall, Jack 1oore, Floyd MCKGDZl6, James Geohart, Robert lason, Billy Alford, Jorman Underwood, Miss Shaver, Cnarles wall, Norm n ualters, Jimmy Sunda SECOND ROW Carl Breckner, Donald 'are, Roscoe Abbott, Paul C rr, Joe Beech, rnest Hlndflesh, Jonn Alns, Jilliam Logston, Leonard Harrlson, Charles Bryant, arl Boone Floyd Polk THIRD ROW ontez Boyle, Carolyn Schad, Virglnla hood Phyllls Mannlnv, Blaine Kalli s, Vera T9P1k, Lorna Under wood, Irene Schwartz, Plains Clopton, Helen Good, Martha Richardson, Sara Mac Davis, Helen Seefurth, Flossle Young, Ruth Frantz, M r1e P rdue, Mildred Fell, Kathryn Nelson, Dorothy Baumann NOT SHOWN Anna Surrey, Theresa Lay, Gladys Daniels, Valda Waters, Sara Lou James. - .46 UT TOR T1R Clftq TTACHEHS rs HH e Urs Robenson F S H0 L First How dna Caudl , I tsy Crosoy, Jenn lsstburn, lthel chlnlea, Io,ce Oden, lazy Loulse Polk, ldna nee moss, lalne 1 jant, 1 nog otetqrt, letty Boone Second How Irs Jnlt , Leona lll Lis, horee Gill , lll n .lndb ler, velfn Feddersen, Dorothy Iermecz, larjorle Llndqu1st, C1rolyn iller, Sara ell llnz, Adele 1s Ruby Soesby, Joan Ncdesxy, V rj lttn Jolson, Luclle S rzlfj lnovene Callaway, Haael nelton, Polly Mathis, Urs Hobenson lqlPd Row Leroy Delohite, Joe Laplam, Xdf1P Gr ntham, Jo n ecott, ll fton 'elms, L6DHlth Mmson, Hebert quates, Car llll Wynn, b m Oliv r, enry uhlVbP, Challes Brltt, 'oy oelo ell F odd nrooks, Jollls lresley, Lrdist Fhavers, dwlph Chnvers, Robert c eslj lllll n Smith Cody Tnnnes, Perry Ao hur, lill, Osborne, ed bnancey, Joseph helmlck, Prank BUIUS lot slown ,olan Fwllavay, Esther Odam, Beatrice Pdrker, Huey Dell Wallace, Janes Torah, J ne Qchey, Virfinla hobart 11 Y-" 1'H7"X ' .1 . 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L L A-U, l 53 o I 1171107 C1088 """'bss.q,,,,.,'.e...Mds Teacher iss Ck6HZl6 CLHQS ROLL Fli ROM Vaughn Und rvood, Floyd Blackwell, Leo Steadham, Larry Ryan, Georle Tiller, Don Sharon, John Taylor, Ollie B Carlisle, Rosert Donaldson, Alvin Black SFCOLD ROW Flora Belle Prultt, Kenneth Woodard, Vlfgll Glass, Cnarles rrary, Billy Parks, Herbert mtyron, Ollie HOPPlS, haurlcc nelson, howard Moore, Ralph Dubgar lnIRD ROW Fannie Mae Broyles, Miss McKenzie, Margaret Flowers, Catherine medcalf, Merle Raphe, Emma Jean Stabbs, Helen Long, Opal McKenz1e, Betty Heynold, Joanne Rhodes, Mary Ellzebeth McGowan, Katheryn Barchard, Laura Ruth Gregory, Louree McKay, Freddie Coeslns, Ethel Derrick, Myrtle Wllllngham, Dorothy Howton, Carolyn Bemis Not Shown: Robert Morris, Carl Schafer, Nadine Burnett, Barbara Nobley, Jette Styron. umor II C ass Nasty :An Teacher Mr Strong CLASS ROLL FIRST ROW Iva Lois Burnett, Glen Stewart, Flois Brice, Charles Lddlns, Billie ene Thweatt, Carroll Averitt, J L Sumroll, Talmage Parker, Oscar Allen SELOND ROW Marie Wrlght, Jesse Johnson, Kenneth Hand, Jack Dawson, Walter Holman, Samuel Manuson, John Weiss, Herbert Lee Thomas, Marjorie Ann Ray THIRD ROW Anna Bille Peacock, Mary Ellen Robinson, Mary Eurwig, Blanch Nall, Ida Lee Neal, Joy Morrill, Shirley Grantham, Iris Underwood, Jean Reibeling, Barbara Ann Boller, Doris Ryan, Elaine Weiss, Madeleine Hauber, Gladys Newburn, Mildred lopp, Juanita McQueen, Zona Pugh, Norma Jane Manley, Lois Gilly, Mr Strong Not Shown Helen Byrd, Hover Dolibite, Roland Klug 1UN1oR1 Y L. fw, A 'l,',x.J leacher Irs Orr CIASS ROLL nldSF R01 Violet Morris, Larson Rodney Davld Willis, Oneal Johnson, larvin Sherman, Thomas Sherman, Joe IcClusk Rex Beech, dna Strehle S COID RC. Louise Holman, D L Luing, Harry Wllllams, Frs'1ne Iendrix, Ronald Hxuber, Georpe Gebhart, James Rhodes Cecil Brantley, Roy Welsh, Donald Grantham, Georvette Shar etts 1rIRD HOJ Jeatrlce 'h1gHt, Lillie Lipscomb, rnestine Dol bert, Lo1ra1ne fallaway, Grace Platt, Jennie Sr ntley, Pearl wl1ll8mSOH, L1OlS8 Floyd, Ann Jarie Weiss, Mary Frances Shutt, Ida Sawyer, Mrs Orr, Lorraine Steele Louise Stoddard, Hugh Cole, Vance Pmrks NOT SHOWN John Bryant, Carl Chavers, Eugene Hilburn, Deloris Campbell, Jane Bagwell. . 4' :f,i.rc-a-- w" H Usa: 544- ., iN -43 L A fig 'vp I U rl -l . be ,.,-.C nun no sau , ,,", ,I , ., ...maxaman -, ,,,,,:"" ,,,,, I We A V' ' """""'. ' - :lil-v-wa..-A,-...f H www h .WI My Q M ' 1 ' 'ff' can -. . A ' V' Q C Q , .-, . .1 MMLJ. F n noun., T 4 V 4.4 .nm . . - an W Q -. ,,. ' ev.- .- gg, .,. M., sua-. M N., lv, . .,u.,, max . .W . , 4 .- .4 . a , . , ,E , fl al . uw- . -- - . N we A 4 V 5 4. 1 L - 4 1 - x 1 ' Y ax N 1 X 'V " I' L ll 1 . , . 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' ' , . , . i I T . . - I I ' ' . . 1171107 I C GSS llll i 3 Q 3 r -- if Ska' 'Q 'W scner rs rowton CLASQ HULL FIRST ROW Charles Fell, Donald todd, Tyle nlug, Robert Davls, Jonnle Lay, Robert Nelson, ROPPIS Nelson, Floyd Ismburg, Jock carl sle lelble Lee Smlth, SECO1D RO: All n Pierce, Betty Stockles, Antionette Rvsn, urelia smith, Mary Tr dnt, Iargle Hartley, Dorsey Tae D wson, Iqry Lee Victor, norms Jean Boyle, Mrs Howton lIlRD HO' Bill c Jetton, arellne Zounce, Nadlne Woodard, Joyce Ann Carx, Tdvena Broox, Lucllle Gllly, Iary dl,by, nlldreo Lewls, Dorn Beever, Dorothy Chaver , June all, Betty Simmons, Agnes Holland, Alan Fay Frawawick. NOT S'OJN: Wilma Rigby, Donald Butler, Betty Que Flowers, lcie Lee Smith, Mary Alice Benton, Forrest Williamson. . I ., ,,,...,,, -H ww...-....- V- l,,,,,,,,-,,.,.,....,........, ,..,.. Y 1 , ' 7 M-if A-HH " 3" """' uw. ...M .M M fr - we M144 m"""""""" , .. ,J unamfunaaanna Q. v- V 4 l '11, ,,,,,v,,,npfur in v4an1aw,1rn .Q USM M tum.,-VM, ,.Mwf ml sinus-was-.auf ggi, ,N g,,,,, Mn , Yao 1-an anim: incur ww, nl. ,.. V , - w ,, . 1 M A. .-. we M, , ., ,- ummm mn W ,.1-wMa-mn- 5-naw. A W ,N ,nur as xaw.fnnn-so-f'n-na"w Y , ,.. umm um, fum , , agp. N 5. MN- annum: fun-:amuse - vw W nas- .fn 1 f aio- . ,, Q ,. .,,,,,,.,M,.e wx-wv was f A ' 1 11 by 4 I- '- Q ' V , nf- ' if a.nw':na4fMff- 4- M' Q .7 Wikia w "" f .,,g f .,-, awmu .en anno '-cn-f rv-1-A .,, r lk ' ' 1 , A1 w ' , :I ' F 1 4 , i 4 - " 'QV I n , U -.. . ,S iii Q Q f 1..- f l I A 2 A '. 1 Q- ' t 5 'L L nn., -58' H "A Y 'ap , ' n, ,.- 7. , ,5s ,,- , 'V ,Y ' ' . , ' sys.. v,,,,,,g' "' . My 'AL n A ,,,,,f . ,lk egkymii Mx Av ff 1+ ' Mr .- ' , . , W.. wi-1. .f..,.m.s N rr! 1 ---' vv "" -V . --m . . ' . C' 3 A , 9 rn - 'V' Q A.: . I 'X I' 9 'X' ' 1 L Q 11 . -,- . . 1 A I- IL f' I ,v -.v . N Y J v . in . , L ,A fi -' 2 , ,j ' ' IL A 4s.r LJ Ei ' un 3 A ... 41 f T -Y K- 3 F if c W I . g , I-71 1- y-y 3 -v-11 o r . . L i : l X 1-ll ' ,, 1 ,, . - , J , ,- ,V 1 lb 1 7 E1 'S 'V-T 5 1 T' 0 "- 'T' -1' .. ' 1 ' C' .x . .. X J .lt 1 ' 1 , L xl . 0 ACTI ITIE Dot Waters Charlie Rhodes KID'S DAY The 26th day of March, 1945, the Senior Class of 45 came to school dressed llke llttle CHlldT6H It was kids day and everyone was navln fun They crowded into trucks and cars and went to Fafrhope There they skated, denc ed, ate, went swimming, and most everything you could thlnk of Finally it was time for the party to break up and all good little chi ren went home 4 .Q 1' y xi:-f , - gg . Qsxj w ' ff' NWELL, WELL, SOUR KIDSU 4 c A 1 GC I' S3 EPEJJZXY WQK 'THI NUT? FAIILY A THRDF ACT COHLDV PR.J ITED BY THQ QTUIOR CLASS OF 1945 Directors lrs Whlte, hrs Miller, Miss Freedman Stage Ranager Harvey Holk CAST N'TA NUTT, hls wlfe IMA NUTT, tneir charming daughter WALL NUTT, their son OHFSTUS, colored caret ker QYIVIA GAYLOHD, a movie star CLRISP,her colored m id BDA WISL, a real estate agent HELENL SIELTON, who owns Crestdale LARRY SNUHT, who 18 in a peck of trouole VIVIAN TIPPER, his aunt CLPRLOTTE NEAL, a charning oung glrl LILA, an unexpected arrival Dorothy Waters Betty dorrlll Vupene Lewls Charles Rhodes 6016 Hastlng Donnavle Burrus nlsie Orth lldred Undelwood Sam nlrkland hmna Ramsey Dorothy Jewel Leona Parker fh WMM we FN , S K 3"l Hin f,',Ml f 'W ' 3 Q H F .. , I F f .1 ll J 'A e Wh xl l EFLI ls UL' 4' r ' 1 , ,nk . x . A Y , . ll' AL 11 DR. P. NUTT, a rolling stone---------------Herman Baumann ig ' ' ----------- .... --- .... -- 1 , 1. 5 1 . . - --- ----- -- 1 ' - --.... --.-......... -..---Li J ' D . a ---- ------------ - L J 'I 11111 1111 Ziiliir . . H Q 5 -------------------- ' A 'F It - ------ 7-.......-..T:' 1 1 . 1' ----. ---.. LI" , m . 0 3, --Q 'rf' Y-.t v , ------- .... ---------r , , T 1 " ' ..---..- 11, n J Siucfenf Counm X0-VW Lo N91 P' J 5- SPONSORS AND CHEFR LEADFRS vGl,p u'gf..T 1',nt'i"'4! ' X ' "1F14.'." .- .s - J --- . "..1.i,'Y,-'. X- ' A Nxv. ,. f 'f. ,D -o .,.x...f.' -A a.-' "' '4' .E 'Nx v. - . - 'N x. v' 1 gf 'Q-fu' Q I J LJ 'Wifi CT res1d t Jlnny Suarez lresurer Jae nlev V106 Pres dent arvcj Holy Socret PJ Cnarlc jr ant T dSm id Jessie illlans, paul Carr, Jlll rd Jar'er, llly Alford, avrenc Ceci, Joe Sauer, Robelt znros Joe lanley, Carl ldlliqmson, Hoy Caldwell, led C oey, Charles n ce, Carl nrecmner BCO1D HD Donald Ware, rloyd Brooks all Boonf, rkley Smlth, Billy Sunda, Tdgar Gratdan, fllllam Lofs Moore, Leonard P rrlson, Charles Bryant, Billy C lmrz Billy DeLoach, Jilmy ounda, Uloyd holk, Floyd Mc en lb THIRD RO Rlchard Carr, Billy Nall, Carlos Leutner, Henry Shiver, herbert Phlll ps Jlm Anderson, Vlrgil Parker, Robert Mason, Jlmmy Suarez, Fred Soesbe, Charles Alford, Valton Long, Lorman Underwood, Horace Nall, Cody Thames, fenneth Mason, Arthur Sandburg, vllbur Lee W llia Sonny Bryant, Mr Bryant NOT SHOJN John Scott, Robert McNesky, Gerry Arthur al QQM-EN EWR TE BHK 'PF'-Hg., CTOBER ngx ES: xx. I if ll HFW I 'G oy un OVEMBE I Q-Q 1EBRUHRY' K ARCH Kms DH :sk 4, mm U 4? ff Him! Dc PLoM A . P 4 l fgmvggls 'f :f:1 w C ' 1' - 'gi' I u x if x jf -3 5 '34 A .:.-1:'T. .1.":" q' E. "' -- " -- "' 1 ,go i Cl , V Z' 5 X 1' ' " '19, . ,0 Q' Q" Qi. r 4 Ig R w C 'Q Q 0 I' 215 5 V '17 xv-' . V QQ fs -'---.... 1 55 "" -- - -1: f- -.- 1....--- ""'-"'.."-T" IQQJUTIDGISHMZXHDIHSB SPCRTS 595 Q -6,65 fK4 X J .5 -N. ..----f' I Q I N !JJ! - -Q -T-'-Q I x-"lQ'f.21 X N' ff qfxiq 6049.6 Yagi -a"""" AY-17 Xfzki Elberl Whlte nd Sports Calendar FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Date September October 5 October 12 October 20 October November November November Name Earl Boone Jack Moore Otto Kammerer Sonny Bryant Carlos Lee Thomas Benton Ray Styron Jack Holman Davld Callaway L. J Chlldre George Boyle Pete Blackwell Charles Bryanc Herbert Styron Rlchard Eastburn Ralph Chavers Erdlst Chat! rs Frank Burns Donald Ware Charles Harper Virgil Gllsl James Gebhart G M Hills Hull! Ooh Flzvyoe. Brace lmy Otborne RN lrodu School Foley Foley Foley Foley Foley Foley Foley Foley Score Scholo Score 25 12 13 2 Cathohc Hxgh 6 Bay Mmette 2 Robertsdal 0 Pensacola 0 Falrhope Bay Mmette Faxrhope Robertsdale LINE UP FIRST TEAM Posltxon Left End Left Tackle Left Guard Cen ter Rxght Guard Rlght Tackle Rlght End Carlos Leutner Cco-captaml Quarterback bam Kxrkland lcaptaml Left Halfback Rlght Halfback Full back SECOND TEAM Left End Left Tackle Left Guard Cen ter Rlght Guard Rxght End Quarterback Left H alfback Right Halfback Full back SUBSTITUTE8 .Back Guard Center Guard Gu ard Tulle Tktle Tackle Where Pensacola Bay Mlnette Foley Foley Falrhope Foley Foley lbbertsdale 29 ,,--,-.,,,, - ' ' 27 1111, vs ' ,,,.,, flfffffffffffff 9 .v.....-- va ' .,.... -.,.-...--..,... 16 .-.mi vs ' N,-,,,.., .,,......,. 23 --..-,.., vs ,.,,,, ,,--..-.. - ' ' No. ..-......-..-- .,.. - .------...--.e ,.... 5 .,-.--.-.....,....- - ,.,. .L.,--,-,. ...,, -...-.- 6' -.....+, ...... --,,e..----, ,..... ,,.., .58 ...-.,--....1 ,,... .-....,.59 -.-.-..--.- ...., ' -----.-----.,-.-.--....-. 4 .......,.... 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E13!7-NEN49fDEElT The Junior Senior Banquet held April 4, 1945 at the school audltorlum was a wonderful success The decorations were beautiful and a delicious three course meal was served Lottie Harding, the president of the Junior class, acted as toastmfstress Board members, Faculty members, and the Senlor president were each introduced The entertainment committee had Irene Zolllkofer as chairman Different stunts were arranged so each Senlor was also introduced throughout the evening These were engoyed by everyone JUNIOR SENIOR PROM The Prom started with a Maypole dance given by the Senior I's The Senior I's then led out in the first dance The music was furnished by the Barin Bombers and most of the dances throughout the evening were girl's tag The part of the Auditorium in which the Prom was held was decorated beautifully The decoration represented a May Day festival The punch table furnished delicious punch and toasted nuts The guests voted on a May King and Queen from the Senior Class Jimmy Suarez and Leona Parker were elected and presented with a crown of beautiful flowers The King and Queen then led out in a no tag dance The dancing went on and on until 12 OO and WHome Sweet Homen was played Several piano selections were played by Lois Krantz I-EIGD5 VN!!-GCD A1 s .Q 21' af ,tak eq Q3-NX x 73 IA'-u I 81 Jlmud Qaqrez lol Iorton Qr,ant ost ln Lovn Blg,e t Bluffer bl gest Feet CU Pxrvey T olk fbi Donnavle Burrus Lazlest Gwbblest Cel Eettj iorrlll Host Pooulqr 'X-. ,Jorma Jbfel CDD comm ar I' lrott e t C111 no 1 Q c lsLe kr 3CLltJ let f I1 f barlos lee Qnm llh 1' n sove Jo M st ire V era oltonsuclcr llbur moe nllllS HHjTlGQt C aes Goat ..L. ll Lf U Q l cult Lf' 1 Q W Vwgfw K Q CCMJQ A D au I A -n T' 571 n .L A .1 fJK4 .f11'3L u wr 1 QU flctlwn LJ zotlefr J J v L, dll EOD of 'UY1 DJ Ylr ug 'NX I. 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