Foley High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Foley, AL)
- Class of 1946
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Text from Pages 1 - 70 of the 1946 volume:
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AC IV TIES
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Folev School our Alma hater
Lo thy praise we'll slng
For ideals so lofty o er us
To thee we will bring
All to which we'll cling
Foley School our Alma hater,
Lo thy praise we'11 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 Nater,
Lo thy praise we'l1 sing
Soon our paths will be divided
In our walk through life
Let thy culture stand before us
Guiding through the strife
Should we ne'er return together
'Neath thy sheltering wing
Foley School our Alma Nater,
E'er thy praise we'l1 sing
Love, devotion, truth and honor
mditor A st mdltor
Ruth Baumann Vivian Underwood
banamer Eaoel Durphy
Berk ley Smlth
Dorothy Ogle Iary Ann
Daoiel Parkman Ricnard na t Gnbhart
Edltor Pete Fodor
FIRST ROW Joan Eaatburn, Mary Elizabeth McGowan, Kathryn
Barohard, Ramona Thieme, Hildrod Fell
SECOND ROW Arkie Williams, Helen Soefurth, Patsy Crash
Hazel lure, Pete Fader, Ethel McKinley, Mary Ann Gobhart,
Pat Baugher, Roger Schad
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Mr W C McGowan Ir Strong
Principal Assistant Principal
Mrs White Irs Killer Hrs Robinson
Kiss Miller Mr Bryant
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CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWERS
Blue and White Yellow ROSS
'Forward Ever, Backward Never
Gifted with the art
of making friends
Merry and gay,
at work or play
Full of fun an
a pleasant companion
He works whole
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She makes the boys sit up and
Her personality is nsuper-duper
God's gift to women.
Quiet appearing disclosing no
clue of the merry nature known
to but few.
ANNA BLOC K
A delightful, friendly com-
Goodnatured, even when the
1augh's on him.
brunette among brunettes
One who lives up to the full
measure of athlete and of men.
L. J. CHILDRE
He's get that certain touch.
Conscientious and loyal.
Not so many inches, but every
inch a lady
ends speak for the man and
he has a host of them
A maiden modest, yet self
MARY ANN GEBHART
The only way to have a friend
is to be one
An alert sense of humor
A girl with a happy interest
in her surroundings
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A true friend, kind a d con-
Gracious in manner, loyal in
To know her is to know her
Grave, earnest and dependable
She is wise who talks but
Now grave, now gay, but never
A matchless girl, with a con-
VERNA MAE KEITH'
Dreamy eyes,lustrous blond hair
MARY ELIZABETH KIRKLAND
Intellectual ideas, youthful
gaiety and a happy spirit
Guaranteed to be a good sport
She is gentle, she is shy,
there is mischief in her eye
A jolly brunette, with laughing
Willing cooperation is his big
A quiet man quite a man
force of his own merit marks his
Consummate ease and naturalness
Jolly and good natured
Peppy and ready to go
A pleasing disposition and a
Amiable and friendly to all
His friendship is a jewel of
His philosophy is never look
the dark side of life
He has a genial nature and a
chest of frlendship
A lad who needs no crank to
start him thinking
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A girl with a smile is a girl
Calm, cool, and collected
Tvinkling eves, a keen sense
humor Absolqtely a friend
Style, she has it and good
A speaker with convincing ways
ARKIE WILLIAMS '
e's a wolf, but what of it? The
girls all know it, but they love
Ne, the Senior Class of the Foley high bchool, 1946, being
of sound mind and body, do in this last Will and Testament
bequeath all our most precious possessions to the follow
To our principal, Mr McGowan and our assistant principal,
Mr Strong, we will and bequeath all the echoes of our
voices which are sure to remain, and all the hours which
we wasted to be put to use by them Also a generous bottle
of Dr Shackleberry's medicine for jumpy nerves k headaches
To the Countv Board of Education, we will all the marred
tables, broken chairs, and damaged blackboards, torn bus
seats, and limply hanging shades We only hope they have
ample supplies to replace these articles we destroyed
To our janitor we wish to give with our sincerest gratitude
all the old clothes in the locker rooms, all the candy and
gum papers which we spread over the lawn so generously, and
purposely leave behind
To our teachers, who have been so helpful and loving, we
extend the wish that they have a more attentive class next
year, who will bring their homework on time, keep it neat,
and refer to the dictionary for words they cannot spell
We also hope that a new invention will soon be discovered
which will grade all papers for them
To our parents we will all the souvenirs, pictures, and books
which we spread all over our homes We also will to them a
generous cup of love, which they deserve so well for helping
us through school
To the Junior Class, we leave the following Our broken
chairs, our books with half the pages missing, our type
wr'ters which wouldn't write half the time, our old work
books which might be of service to them, all the athletic
eouipment and sore muscles, and all the reference material
which we so carefully avoided all these years
To this same class, we will allthe honors and privileges
which we snatched off the top, and a sincere wish that
they be better students than we were
all the old books and papers which we are sure to forget or
Bill Stokes wills his mustache to Valton Long and Floyd
McKens1e This should save them time when shaving
Arkle Williams wills his position as jerk of the Senior
Class to Charles Bryant Huh Charles'
Verna Mae Deith wills her never ceasing appetite to Pauline
Doering, who scarcely eats
Charles Boller wills his nickname nBones' to Bernice Hesse
Hope she doesn't mind
Howard Bretz wills his big feet to Margie Fritz What
shoe do you wear Margie?
Ed Lysek wills his ability to avoid Mrs Wh1te's questions
in English to Donals Ware and Leonard Harrison Take the
Herbert Philips wills his beloved cowboy boots to Floyd
Holk ope they'll fit you Floyd
Berkley Smith wills his ability to go Coon Hunting to James
Gebhart and Roger Schad Good sport, says Berk!
Heidi Engel wills her height to George Miller Look out
L J Childre and 'Be Ben Underwood will their ability to
go steady to Helen Seefurth and Robert Mason, who seem to
already have a good start
'Blondie' Daniels wills her position as cheerleader to Vera
Harik Keep up the good football spirit Vera!
'Shy' Humphrey wills her married life to Flossie Young, who
may be able to use it soon
Peter Foder wills his posltlon as editor of the UH1 Lightn
to Ramona Thieme Hope you can make an even better paper
of it Ray
'Dit' Blackwell wills her loud mouth to Jfm Tom Anderson,
who hardly ever speaks unless spoken to
Viola Rainer wills her ability to jitterbug to Jack Moore
and Horace Nall, who can't seem to get that jivel
opportunity boys! .
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Mary Scott wills her most beloved possession Cher red mmed
glasses! to Billy Nall, whom she hopes will treasure them
R1 hard Carr wills his Charles Atlas muscles to Joe Beech
and Johnnie Holman You boys haven't been eating enough of
lontez Boyle wills her ability to ballet dance to Mickey
Mobley The exercise will do you good Mickey'
Essie Harrison Kwho can't sing a note! wills her beautiful
Mickey Murphy wills her quiet ways to Evelyn Hummel who
Vivian Herrington wills her ability to make friends with any
one to shy Norman Underwood, and Carl Sandburg What's the
matter with you boys?
Lucille Lehmann wills her dark hair and complexion to Willie
Mae Paine and Dorothy Baumann who are both light
Paul Nelson wills his ambition to become a preacher to
Charles Harper Hope you will like the profession Charles!
Betsy Kirkland wills her short eyelashes to Emily Phaff
Yours don't ever seen to stop growing, do they Emily?
Cornelia Pardue wills her unusually small appetite to Anna
Surrey, and Marie Pardue, who can't seem to get enough
Sadie Hadley and Anna Block will their ability to giggle in
every class to Anna Ruth Cross and Gladys Daniels
Mary Shlel wills her flirty ways to Rosco Abbot and Jerry
Gilly We've heard that these boys already have a good start
What about it?
Lorna Underwood wills her height to Phyllis Manning We
think 'bhortie' can use it
Ruth Baumann wills her ability to make A's in any subject
to Billy and Charles Alford What's the matter boys?
soprano singing to Elaine Clopton.
Joe Manley wills his ability to skip class when the notion
strikes him to Eva Piland and Valda Walters
Mary Ann Gebhart wills her baby ways to Jimmy Sunda You
like all nBabes' don't you J1mmey9
Richard Eastburn wills all his love to Mar ha Richardson
Nothing new though, is t9
Dot Ogle wills her position as lazlest girl of the Senior
Class to Vivian Callaway and Sarah Lou James You girls
are always on the go!
Pat Baugher wills her ability to hold on to her Merchant
Mar'ne to 'Sissy' Nelson, who already seems to have a
pretty good hold
Bengert You may need it sometime Philip
Danny Parkman wills his ability to read nEsqu1re' to Carl
Breckner and Earl Bodiford We know you boyls love to read!
Floyd Plash wills his bashfulness to Carolyn Sched She is
Thomas Benton's position as best looking boy of the Senior
Class goes to Charles Nall Take it easy Charlie!
Elbert White wills his conceited ways to Willard Parker
Keep up the tradition boy!
Emily Bergman wills her quiet ways and pleasing personality
to Helen Good and Annie Louise Smith
Laurence Gecle wills his ability to dr'Je two school bus
routes to anyone with ambition enough to undertake it
Donald Pr'ce wills his ability to know more than Hrs Horne
in Chemistry to Glenn Holk Watch out Glenn!
Elaine Kallies wills her sweet disposition to Mary Lou
Schroeder and Irene Swartz, who are the best of Pals
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Beverly Styron wills her soft feminine voice to Philip
Robert Mezaroros wills his curly blonde hair to Magdalena
Herter. OH! Dear!
Charles Micheal wills his ability to wink at all the girls
to Harlan Heuer and Charles Rice. Take heed boys!
Ralph lestinelli wills his ability to play basketball to
Earl Boone --- one of our football stars.
Geraldine Lane wills her jewelry -- bangle bracelets, rings
watch and lockets to Hazel Moore. Makes a good collection
Mabel Jensen wills her pretty legs to Mildred Fell. What
about this Earl?
Sarah Jones wills her sweet personality to her class friend
Dorothy Koehler and Ruby Kickler will their happy-go-lucky
outlook on life to Ruth Krantz and Ruth Baumann
Madeline Gardner wills her mild temper to Nellie Watiford
Hope her husband won't mind!
The foregoing instrument was signed, sealed, published and
declared by the above named festator, the Senior Class on
this 26th day of April, 1946
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Here comes our class, the class that's best
It's ten times better than all the rest
You folks just listen, and you'll all agree
That a better class could never be
First comes Berkeley, our President
He's never broke, but badly bent
Then there's that gal, Verna Mae Keith,
When it comes to eating, she's in the lead
Howard is the one with all the height
His step seems to be quite springy and lithe
Vivian Herrington never makes any noise,
What is she studying? Could it be boys?
Another of our girls is Geraldine,
The way she plays piano is certainly a dream
Herbert Phillips is our hill billy lad
He was in Texas, and brother that's ba
Mildred Engel is only a mite,
Charles Boller is one of those who are lanky and lean
Whenever he does something, there must be a scheme
Lucille is short, funny and dark
When she sees Carlos, she lights like a spark
Montez and Bill have the real thing it seems,
We hope it won't vanish in dreams
Mickey Murphy came from another school
To do things neatly, seems to be her rule
Richard Eastburn is quite an athlete,
That is why he got the title we hope he will keep
When you want a joke just go to Essie,
Fbr a dependable worker, we depend on Betsy
Between these two there's a difference you see,
But they're both good sports you'll all agree
Pete Fodor is one that is plenty smart,
and the way he makes the paper is surely an art
A good typist is Lorna Underwood,
If she d1dn't pass typing none of us would
lary S evidently made quite a hit,
When ever there's a chance, every class she'll skip
Lawrence Geci is the driver of a bus
When there's nothing to do he starts a fuss
lavel Jensen looks so happy and gay,
But she reads books the livelong day
An ambitious fellow, says Paul is he
An Episcopal minister he hopes to be
Vivian Underwood is our blonde
'Best Dressed Girl' of our class, she was crowned
But when she starts laughing, she's really a sight,
Sadie, Anna, and Ruby are such close friends,
It seems their talking has never an end
Three years ago Ralph was Florida bound,
Recently his destination was just turned round
Emily, our singer and a blonde to boot,
Has her heart not in Foley, Elberta seems to suit
Quite a character is that fellow Joe
We often wonder what he does know
Viola, President of btudent Council is she,
If it weren't for her, where would it be?
Danny and Donald are two of a kind
They wonder why teachers do lessons assign
Dot Ogle in college for knowledge will quest,
We wish he much luck and lots of success
Dit and Loretta seem to be halr'ed
One is in love and the other is marr'ed
What is the meaning of the big word 'conceit ?
Cornelia and Madeline are not of a sort,
Cornelia is tall and Madeline is short
Arkle Williams, who likes to cut classes,
Has something about him that catches those lasses
Dorothy Koehler wouhd gladly walk a mile
To receive some praise on her pleasant smile
Robert lezassaro, who is full of play
Is a bashful boy, and that a1n't hay!
Elaine Kallies is shy and sweet,
She's awful cute and twice as neat
Beverly Styron never squeaks or moans
we wonder if she's that quiet at home
Another football boy, of course, is Ed
He can't wait for school to close, to rest hia,head
Mildred, our cheer leader, is happy and gay
We think she's a beauty, what do you say?
Sara is quiet and helpful too
She's always around when there's something to do
You say there's no doctor? Well, we'll fix that
I'll bet Charles Micheal can doctor a cat
Big and solid is Mary Shlel,
She likes to talk and laugh a great deal
Thomas Benton was chosen the 'lost Handsome Boy
To see him at school alone is a joy
The actress of our class is Pat
Hollywood is missing something at that!
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Ask Elbert White, he just can't be beat.
L J Childre is quite a man,
Now he has decided to help Uncle
Ch' Marv Ann, Mary Ann, where can she beo
Her constant cry is, Wait for me!
And old schoolmate of ours, Floyd Flash,
He works with the fish that bring in the cash
They say her ability gives teachers a whirl
Writing this poem gave it a test,
From it you see she mxst he a mess
You say in our class there is no skill?
Why, the mere thought of that gives us a chill
We'xe shown you our class as best we know how,
It can't be helped if you're not satlsfied now
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Ruth Baumann was chosen our Uitizenship Girl,
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beveral months ago I ordered one of the most powerful Crys
tal Balls from 'Swami Bamin of Arabia, to predict the future
of our class of '46 Having just received it, I shall make
my first test
Oh' Oh' Just now as I gaze into this most powerful Vystic
Ball, I see a small character appearing, and 1t's Mildred
Engel doing stenographic work in one of Chicago's largest
Yes, and as I look on 1t's Essie Harrison now owning
'The Old Spanish Fort ' As this figure disappears, I see
Charles Boller has become one of the world's best heavy
weight champions in prize fighting
Now appears Ralph Mestrinelli Well, look at that' Ralph
now owns a large farm in Baldwin County
Quickly comes a new figure in the Crystal Ball It's Viola
Rainer, a teacher of an Alabama Jitterbug School, and Car
nelia Perdue and Madeline Gardner are two of her pupils I
they can get the nMan of Their Dreams,' Charles ichael,
who is owner of a large night club in New York
Look at this! Our pretty Mildred Daniels is one who is
now being crowned 'Miss America 0h! Oh! This Crystal
Ball is the stuff!
The only two of our class who are movie stars are 'Pat'
Baugner, a c median working for MGM and Bill Stockes, a
second Charles Boyer He has the landing role in 'The
Future of a Mustache '
Now I see Peter Foddr, yes, just as I thought the editor
of the New York Herald
I can hardl3 see this vision, now 1t's becoming more clear.
Well! what do you know? It's a scene in Texas,eand 1t's
Hickey lurphy and Herbert Phillips happily married What a
surprise! I have never dreamed of this, even Anyway they
own a huge ranch in Texas and they are both herding cattle
This Crystal Ball is tolling me more by the minute
eyes are hurting! What is all of this blueish blur? It's
Betsy Kirkland and Loretta Humphrey, running a Nursery
School with an enrollment of five hundred children
course they each have seven children enrolled
see. They have to became 'professional jitterbugs' before
The crystal Ball now shows a dark character Oh' It's
our dark complexioned Lucille Lehmann, marching down the
aisle of a beautiful church with her fourth husband She
just can't make up her mind She believes this is the
right man You're right It's Carlos
Donald Price has again lost his school boy figure
weighs well over two hundred and fifty pounds, but he
still chews his match stems
Now, as the figure slowly disappears, I see our handsome
Thomas Benton and he is an UAll American Football Sta
running the most beautiful play You bet he made a touch
down He is playing with Alabama
I've been wondering whether Elbert White and Sarah Jones
would team up Well, I seem to see them in college, still
sitting together in every class, and they date every night
Vivian Herrington has now appeared in my super powerful
Crystal Ball Ju t as attractive as ever, and she is a
seamstress in Mississippi, and a regular customer is her
old schoolmate, Geraldine Lane Geraldine still doesn't
tician in one of the high class beauty shops in Alabama
Is this birds I see? Oh! Crystal Ball! Are you failing
me? I want to see students of my class Now, I see
1t's Mary bcott and Berkely Smith They are married and
living in Harlow They still swoon over each other
Berkely owns a la ge 'Dog Kennel '
Again I see a very new and beautiful Episcopal Church lo
cated on Bon Secour River, and as the doors open, I see
none other than our class goat and baby, Paul Nelson, who
is now pastor of that church And the organist is our
sweet Elaine Kallies She is a regular member nf Reverend
Nelson's church, and from what I see, they have quite a
1 ove affa lr
The Crystal Ball is clear again Such a large and nice
group for whom to predict the future Coming in my Cry
stal Ball now is Verna lae Keith, but say Keith no more!
It's Lassiter, now and forever Anyway their l1fe's
career is a Potato Chip Factory and, as usual, Verna Mae
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let men bother her. She's a glrl on her own ... a beau-
chips KI wonder if she'll ever get tired of them?999l
Look at these Elberta Gals Charming as ever It's Anna
Block, Sadie Hadley, Ruby Kickler and Emily Bergman A
'Harmony Quartet ' Boy' What Melody' They broadcas
over several net works They've played in one picture in
We wonder about Dorothy Koehler Oh' I see nDot' doing
Missionary work in many foreigh countries
Dear Me! What do we have now? Busses! Busses' Just bus
ses galore Greyhound busses at that' Then coming from
behind all of this is Arkle Williams ard Lawrence Geci
Oh! I understand they own the Greyhound Bus Lines of the
world Money galore' They got their start from the ndear
old school bus es' Weren't they excellent dr'vers9 Most
Crystal Ball tell me more of this class of '46 More en
tertainers' Why d1dn't we find out about all this talent
before They coukln't have learned this in college so
quickly It's L J Ch'ldre with the Jiviest Orchestra in
town It's strictly solid! Childre for years She's back
home in Alabamy, taking care of the tr plets
Look at this' I see a retired gentleman It's our bashful
Floyd Flash Yep, he has retired from the Sea Food Business
Loxna Underwood now appears in the mystic ball She s making
plenty of ndough writing books Her latest publication is
'The Vonders of a Man ' Lorna is living in Sunny Florida.
Don't we have more good people in our class? I'm so proud
I see Mary Ann Gebhart going to a Baptist Missionary Train
ing bchool, and if it 1sn't Richard Eastburn, a Baptist
Evangelist holding a revival in Foley Still further on,
ten years from this scene, I see him getting married to
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more strongly in the Crystal Ball I see, I see I see! Joe
Manley!! resident of the U Shall we rest for the
moment? Such News'
Now there are scenes back in Foley It's Danny Parkman
He has purchased 'Kennedy's Grocery and Market,' and he
owns a chain of grocery stores
Appearing in a group of small people It's midgets At the
head of this class of people is Howard Bretz, giving a
lecture on How to Grow Tall ' Such a man is Howard
only It's a grocery buying machine It is run by a rare
type of animal brains
Dorothy Ogle and Mabel Jensen are both old maid school
teachers in one of the larger colleges Dorothy teaches a
business course and Mabel teaches all kinds of languages
Now as bright as a star I s e Mary Shiel and Beverly Sty
ron, both in love and running a most exquisite dress shop
And now appears a small figure It's our intelligent Ruth
Baumann, lucky as always She has married one of New York's
most aristocratic men She's very happy and contented
Edward Lysek is a college professor He really puts the
students in a whiz! He's not so old either
Now I see Hortez Boyle, living in Hollywood a teacher
of a large ballet school
As the Crystal Ball grows dark and my eyes tire, I can
scarcely see a moving thing Now! All of a sudden the
Crystal Ball brightens to the brightest of bright and for
all the class of 1946 I see happiness, lots of good luck,
and a most prosperous future
And now I see in big letters HAPPINESS ALWAYS for you and
Yours Truly a d the Crystal Ball turns black.
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Robert Meszaros is inventing a new machine for lazy people
FIRST ROW Phyllis Manning, Gladys Daniels, Marjorie Fritz,
Elaine Clopton, Ruth Krantz, Annie Louise Smith, Eva Piland
Floseie Young, Evelyn Runlel, lagdelina Herter, Vera lerrlk
Anna Surry, larie Perdue, Dorothy Baumann, Helen Good
SECOND ROW Ramona Thleme, Martha Richardson, Pauline Deering,
Willie las Payne, Bernice Hesse, Ruth Baumann, Helen Seefurth,
Vioda lalters, Doris Bachmann, Carolyn Sched, lildred Fell,
gathryn Nelson, Laurinda Tendell, Hazel loore, Annie Ruth
THIRD ROI Joe Beech, Glen Holk, Earl Bodiford, John Holman,
Harlan Hauer, James Gebhart, Carl Breckner, Coach llerrideth,
George Hiller, Jerry Gilly, Robert Mason, Roscoe Abbott, Earl
Boone, Roger Sohad, Horace Nall
Teachers- Hrs. Barlow, lr. Merrldeth
Teachers Mr Morgan, Miss Shaver
FIRST ROW Evelyn Fedderson, Betty Boone, Adelle Davis, Nancy
Sturat, Joyce Oden, Polly Mathis, Elsie Underwood, Elaine
Bryant, El810 Prine, Dorothy Sawyer, Jean Eastburn, Ellen
Rummei, Ollie wade, Dorothy Krantz, Dorothy Kettle, Lillian
Windbigler, Patsy Crosby, Lillian Noltensmier, Agnes Rindfliech
Mary Louise Polk
SECOND ROW LeRoy Dolehite, Nolan Callaway, Lois Hercz, Loree
Gilly, Esther Odom, Edith Prine, Frances Underwood, Jean Mc
Neeky, Ruby Mae Soesbe, John Scott, William Smith, Joe LaFlam
Ned Chancey, Clyde Ard, Hazel Melton, Laverne Chavers, Imogene
Callaway, Dorothy Hermetv, Edna Mae Ross, Mary Etta Nelson,
Ethel McKinley, Ray Runyan
THIRD ROW Buddy Gallaway, C M Mills, Raymond Alma, Winston
Bemis, Floyd Brooks, D M Russel, Roy Caldwell, Robert Davis,
Robert HcNesky, Cody Thames, Jack Echert, Mrs Morgan, Miss
Shaver, Clifton Holmes, Carl Bender, Jack Lencz, Henry Shiver,
Frank Burns, James Horak, Daniel Bauer, Charles Brltt, Joseph
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FIRST ROW Margaret Flowers, Blanche Nall, Leona Krubin H1
Mildred Topp, Gladys Nunburn, Catherlne Mercalf, Opal
McKenzie, Nadine Barneett, Mary E McGowan, Kitty Barchard
Nettie Schlicting, Nancy Krauss, Ida Lee Meal, Barbara
Ann Boller, Nonna Jane Manley
SECOND ROW Ruth Dorgan, Em a Jeanstabler, Omelie hare,
Flors Bell Prutt, Joanne Rohodes, Myrtle Willingham,
Mary Surey, Helen Long, Elaine Weiss, Mary Ellen Robinson
Zona Pugh, Lowree McKay, Lois Gilley, Virgil Glass,
Oscar Allen, Robert Donaldson
THIRD ROW Glen Stewart, J L Sumerall, Charles Frary,
Doris Ryan, Flois Brice, Ollie B Carlisle, Lillian Rogers
Maurice Nelson, Joan Riebeling, Floyd Blackwell, Kathleen
Knowles, Ollie Morris, Iris Underwood, Leo Steadhan,
Shirley Gramtham, Gerald Hesse, Joy Merril, Kenneth Hand
Freddie Cousens, John Weiss, Vernon Ard, Kenneth Woodard
Roland Klug, Herbert Styron, Mrs. White Jack Dawson,
Carroll Averitt, Walter Holmon, Billie Jean Thiveatt
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FIRST ROW Joe Mo Clusky, Roy Welsh, Susie Morrel, Ernestine
Tolbert, Nelda Glass, Nancy Kraus, Lorraine Callaway, Catherim
Quick, Eloise Floyd Louise Stoddard, Ada Gregory, Vernall,
Carver, Wilma Rigby, Betty Stokes, Mary Bryant, Mary Rigby,
Allen Pierce, James Harrison
SECOND ROW Harry Williams, Dorothy Chavers, Nadine Woodard,
Betty Simmons, Gilda Jumper, Earline Younce, Edna Strele,
Iduma Moore, Myrtle Walters, Ida Sasyer, Lillie Lipscomb,
Louise Holman, Beatrice Wright, Violet Morris, Vesta Mae
Coaker, Georgette Sharetts, Lorraine Steele, Anthonotto Ryne,
Ann Marie Wiess, Oneal Johnson, Liol Klug, James Huggins.
THIRD ROW: Donald Grantham, Margaret Morris, Mary Alice King,
Agnes Holland, Mayola Odom, James Rhodes, Rodney Larson,
John Bryant, George Nelson, Raymond Eohart, Juno Nall, Billie
Jetton, Lucille Gilly, Norma Jane Boyle, Dorsey Mae Dawson,
Mary Alice Benton, Edwina Brooke, Marjorie Hartley, Mildred
Louis, Aurilia Smith, Donald Todd, D. L. Ewecry,
FOURTH ROW: Floyd Hamburg, Thomas Sherman, Betty Sue Flowers,
Rox Beech, Donnie Balton, Marnire Sherman, Charles Fell,
George Gebhart, Hugh Cole, Vance Parks.
Teachers lies Mitchell, Miss Jaekaon
FIRST ROW Ruby Hao Lipscomb, Eulean Rigsby, Hazel Dogan
Juanita Walker, Gloria Mao Shutt, Harquin Holloway, Deloros
Boone, Ruby Dell Smith, Lueillo Willis, Janoy Younoe, Doris
Donno, Vivian Thielo, Rita Suo lyons, Joyce Brice, Juanita
Roberts, Joan Shirley, Jane Bryant, Ethel Ewing, Johnnie Ruth
Holloway, Virgina Teams, Betty Helton, Marilyn Griffin Carol
Hao Causoy, Iolva Joan Helton, Roberta Underwood, Aliee Lips
oonb, Boatrioo looro,
BACK ROW Oooar Ross, Ollie Pippin, Eugene Underwood, Raymond
Kloth, Marvin HoCalister, Bob HeLnsky, Virgil Daniels, Bobby
Boosly, Kiss Hitoholl, Raymond Reibling, Clive Pioroe, Millard
Charors, Thateh Cline Henry Dyoso, Renton Keith, Jaok Lsmler,
L0woll Janes, W. L. Slith, Harold Heraetz, Kiss Jaekson, Lyle
Underwood, Daniel Kinsey, Earl Comstock, Don Frary, Ralph
gastbrun, Robert Praett, Larry Larson, George Danne, Joesph
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loaded in Jo 1anley s big truck and went to Fairhooe
The girls dressed in short skirts, big ribbons in
their hair, tigtails and curls plastered everywhere They
The boys dolled up in their old bibs and tuckers
Such concoctlons as sailor suits, and short ants and
patched trou ers were common
Having left school at 9 15 they set sail immediately
for the skating rink at Fairhope There they slid and
fell and d1d ev rything but skate that lS with the ex
C0,tlOH of a few talented exhibiticnists
At 12 OO tH9J tore away for lunch nd strab led in
at 1 OO with renewed strength for taking solintcrs out of
frouptly at 2 OO they t rted for dear old Foley
Thoroughly worn out out foolishly has y, they strugcled
in minus buttons qd animals plus scratches, srlinters,
and headachrs well also t headaches
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A THREE ACT COMEDY rRE9ENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1946
Mrs Miller, Miss Miller
Sally Parsons the maid
Henry Blodgett, the butler
Hrs Olivia Orkney, the hou ekeeper,
Mamie lcCorkle, the cook
Hope Crabbe,tw1n daughters of Q Crabbe
Monty Van Twiller, Faith's bov friend
Reggie Van Twiller, Hepe's boy friend
Qladlander Crabbe, a ret1red business man
Terence Flarity, a young man evidently Irish
Jack Quinlan, Terry's pal
Ivy Lane, an actress -------------------------
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VICE PRESIDENT Jimmy Sunda
SECRETARY Patsy Grosboy
TREASURY Jean Eastburn
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FIRST ROW Glen Holk, William Smith, John Holman, Richard
Eaetburn, Nod Chancey Floyd Holk, Roger Sched
SECOND ROW Pete Blackwell, James Gobhart, Roy Caldwell, Jim
Anderson, Howard Bretz, Jock Moore, Robert Davis, Charles
Boller, Coach Moridith
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Co Capta1n Jim Anderson
FIRST RON Robert Mason, Edward Lyeek, Donald Ware, John
Holman, Richard Eaatburn Robert Morris william Sm1th,
Charles Fell, Frand Burns, Roland Klug, Charleo Harper
SECOND ROW Robert Davie, Charles Bryant, James Gebhart,
Charles Boller, Herbert Styron, Roy Caldwell, Earl Boone,
Thomas Benton, Jerry Gilly, Joe Beech Carl Breckner, Pete
THIRD ROW Jack Moore, Coach Meridith, Jim Anderson
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The Foley School auditorium was the scene of an exciting
ly gay festival on the evening of April 18 The Junior
class of '67 entertained the fifty three Seniors, the
faculty and the members of the school board
'April showers and Spring Flowers was the theme that the
Juniors kept in mind when they planned the decorations
which made such a beautiful setting for the Ladies' Leagu
Inverted umbrells of pastel colored crepe paper dimmed the
ceiling lights A huge Marquee type umbrella in the class
colors of green and white spot lighted the speaker's table
while large beach umbrellas sheltered small tables where
groups of four enjoyed tete a tetes between speeches Shim
merlng curtains made of narrow strips of variegated colors
waved in the breezes, lending a fairyland atmosphere to
Philip Bingert had bee chosen as the ideal toastmaster
and he did honor to the confidence the class had placed ir
him George Miller, worthy p'es1dent of the Juniors,
toasted the Senior class president, Berkeley bmith, who
showed great promise as a speaker Mr McGowan, our be
loved principal, then talked to the departing Seniors on
the subject of 'Priorities' and though he spoke serious
ly of what the student should consider a priority in his
by striking a serious note, but gave all a deeper appre
ciation for the good things of life Ramona Thieme, toast
ed the class of 1946, and was ably answered by Ruth Bau
mann The toastmaster then offered a toast to the faculty
and Mrs DeMarlo took up the cudgels in their behalf and
amused the guests with her witty response
Im ediately after this the Juniors rose one by one and
gave an original poem describing a member of the benior
Class If the one characterized did not recognize his own
description he was aided by those who did, and rose to
acknowledge it as they clapped
The annual bophomore, Junior, benior Prom followed Easter
decorations, including bunnies, colored eggs, chickens,
Spring flowers, moss, and honeysuckle adorned the hall A
large haystack held the center of attention as the dancers
gaily moved around Sherbert punch and salted nuts were
served from the brightly colored punch table
life, he took nothing from the happiness of the occasion
Prettiest girl Hungrie t senior
Nildred Daniels Verna Nao Keith
Nest Handsome Boy
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Let Not Your Heart Be Troubles
Love Devine, All Loves Excelling
Sunday, May 5, 1946
The Rev J D
The Rev R M
The Rev R H
The Rev E H
EXERCISES Friday, May 10, 1946
of Gift to School
Student Council Award
American Legion Award
Spirit Committee Award
American Legion Award
Editor of School Paper
Editor of School Annual
The Rev W H Symank
Mrs Marshall Crosby
Dr H C Pannoll
Mr George Strong
Mr W C McGowan
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