Foley High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Foley, AL)
- Class of 1948
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WE SHALL NE ER FORGET OUR TEACHERS WHO RE THE WISEST
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THEN WE LL PASS AND BE REMEMBERED WITH THE REST
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O TH STRAHNIS OF OUR CLASS SONO
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THI1, BLUE AND GOLD
Which pre ents for its readers true oioture ot tre ife at Foley In
introduce the ficulty potliglrts sooi il functions feature thletio Jr 1
tic and music il o ir ici tion rrake known student leader honor cr .n
and keeo it alive Wlth1I1 its ages
The editor find staff of the BLU AND GOLD mcerely ho, e th' t the
contents of this public tion will bind the merrbers of the gr duitint ol
Witha chtm of memories and will forever be a source of in f ir'it1on to ther
ndltor Fthel McKinley
Assistant Editor Dot Sawyer
Business Manager Ellen Rurnrnell
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To ll the citi en of Foley, lberta Lnd surrounding town , who are
lw ,I willing to don or and encourage u in our many projects we of the
of 4 dedicate thi edition of Blue nd Gold
M ry tin e we hive gone into grocery and drugstores and asked the
iro, rietor for contributions to our particular cause or to buy our produc
Adverti ing copy ond for by these bu inessinen enable the students of
our chool to publi h chool yaier .nd an annual This is truly a great
ervicc a both the paper ind the annual have become very important to
ill of ii
Our pl xy , beauty pageants operettas, Sports exhibitions and musicals
have ilw ty been graciou ly ttended and boosted by our townsfolk This
ha I'LW3l'C1Gd all our labor
iht e people have given us an incentive to work and work hard and
h ive made our years in s hool very dear and eventful They Shall never be
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CLASS HISTORY Q'
PAT CROSBY HISTORIAN
On a brlght sunny mornmg lI1 September 1936 we started to school Some of
us had sh1ny,beam1ng faces, some were glowermg, and some were frankly scared
to death After arr1v1ng and reglstermg, we were d1v1ded 1nto two sectlons and our
school career had begun ln M1ss Young s sect1on lt was a dally occurrence for
J oe LaFlam to run away and be brought back a llttle Whlle later by h1s mother!
M1ss Thompson held the rems 1n the other sect1on
ln the second grade we lost some of our classmates and gatned new ones Our
teachers were M1ss Rhodes and Mlss Saxes We were very proud of our now ac
compllshment learnmg to tell t1me
We were lntroduced to the mysterles of the mult1pl1cation tables 1n our thxrd
year Our teachers were Mrs Bennett and MISS Golson, but we lost Mlss Golson
who left us to go to Porto Rlco We studled Geography, and Erdlst Chavers made
a model of a Dutch house of wh1ch we were very proud
Our fourth grade teachers were M1ss Ruple and Mrs Chambles By th1s tune
we were b gmnmg to feel that we were upper classrnen and to look down on the
flrst graders as bables We were all del1ghted over the erect1on of the swmgs on
Mlss Sm1th taught us all how to smg when we were m her class At our Val
entme Day party we had a smgmg contest and Mary Loulse Polk won Mrs Crosby
and Mrs Jones,our room mothers, were the judges Bllly Osborne sang Wabash
Cannon Ball' and won second pr1zel 1 Mrs Chambles taught the other sectlon of our
class and Mrs Hadley took over part of the Job durmg the latter half of the year
Our beloved Prmclpal, Mr Bennett died and the whole school felt the effect of
h1s death It was durmg thls year that the Bankhead Tunnel was opened and one
of the hlgh l1ghts of the year was our tr1p to Moblle through the new tunnel, m the
Sprmg to see the azaleas and v1s1t the Coca Cola bottllng plant The bulldmg of
the cafeterla was begun
ln the slxth grade our teachers were Mrs Grlfflth and M1ssGlor1a Ruple, s1s
ter of our fourth grade teacher Th1S year we studled South Amerlca and gave a
program 111 chapel on lt 111 wh1ch we dressed H1 costumes and sang 'La Cuchara
c a South Amer1can Way and var1ous other songs PTOQTGSSIVG Educat1on
was mfull SW1I1g by th1s t1me and to people outslde the school, our school day
seemed to cons1st of Conferences and Rest Per1odsl
The seventh grade IS one whlch w1ll stand out H1 our memory as the most mlxed
up grade mour school llfe One sectlon had Mrs Wmgard, whom we kept all year,
but those of us who started out 111 M1ss Dundun s room soon found ourselves chang
mg teachers every few weeks for days, as lt seemed to usb Mlss Dundun left at
the end of the f1l'St sux weeks andour homeroom teacher became Mrs Merle Ross
Unfortunately, however, Mrs Ross was slck qulte a b1t and we had substltute
t s most of the ear We got our f1rst mtroductlon to Mrs Robmson th1s
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Dean from Falrhope and Mlss Shaver were our homeroom teachers, and We had
study hall for the fxrst tlme The glrls had M1ss Shaver for then' PhyS1C3.l Educa
t1on teacher and we learned the meanmg of the term Udl'9SSl.I1g out'
The next year we were thr1lled to death at bemg able to choose some of our
subjects Engllsh, CIVICS Physlcal Ed Sz Health were reqmred, and we had a
cholce of Agrlculture or home Economlcs Alabama Hmstory, a.nd Mathematlcs Our
homeroom teachers were Mrs Whlte and Mrs Robmson We had a number of new
students from Elberta
It was our duty to g1V9 the Prom when we were Sophomores We sold maga
zmes and sponsored glrls basketball games to ralse the funds We lured Chff
Wheeler and has orchestra to furnlsh the muslc and decorated the aud1tor1um to
represent an Easter scene Thls year we had our flrst opportunlty to elect cheer
leaders, and we chose Elame Bryant from M153 Shaver s sectlon and Jean East
burn from Mrs Morgan s From Summerdale had come qu1te a few new students
It d1d not take them long to become acquamted, however, and we soon began to feel
that they were old fr1ends
Blll DeLoach was our presldent when we were Ln the eleventh grade Our home
room teachers were 'Coach Meredlth and Mrs Howell They h lped us put on
the .Tumor Semor Banquet at whlch Bobby Davls was Master of Ceremonles The
theme for the Banquet was aclrcus and the audltorlum was full of confett1 stream
ers balloons and pennants We ordered and recelved our class rmgs th1s year
and had qulte a b1t of trouble gettmg everytlung stralght about how much was due
on them Some of us lost them promptly' To represent our class as cheerlead
ers we chose Franc1s Lewls and Betty Reynolds Sh1rley Fltzgerald, a new stu
dent who had come to us from Brrmmgham, was chosen as May Queen to represent
Foley School Jn the annual May Day celebratlon H1 Daphne
Senlors at lastl At last the prlvllege of bemg f1rst to get out of chapell I Th1s
year was qu1te a full one for most of us w1tl'1 cred1ts to make up, Sl.X weeks Econ
themes and the lmke not to mentlon all the extra currlcular act1v1t1esl We were
busy glvmg the Senlor Play and preparmg for graduatlon too Among the many
thmgs whlch stand out 1I'1 our year are the Football Banquet Kld s Day the J un1or
Semor Banquet and Sophomore Sen1or Prom the Senlor Play preparmg the Annual
and the many, many electlons whlch we held!
As we look back over our twelve years of school lnfe many memor1es crowd
our mlnds For each of us the memor1es are dnfferent some happy some sad
some amusmg some lmportant and some T.I'lVl3l but for every one of us our
school lnfe lS a thmg apart, never to be forgotten
Hlstorlan of the Class of 1948
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LAST WILL AND TFSTAMENT OF THE
SENIOR CLASS OF 48
We the senlors of Foley H1gh School, all bemg of sound mmd fWll.1'l the
ceptlon of the ones who are lI1 loveb do hereby wrlte our last wlll and testament
To our teachers we leave the smcere w1shes that you w1ll flnd the next
semors of Foley as hard workmg and fond of honest labor as we have been
We leave wxshes for good luck and qulck recovery to those students brave
enough to open a locker door
To the athletes of the school we leave the pr1v1lege of gettmg caught run
nmg to the cafeterla
We leave all the fun honors of senlors class part1es and many school
act1v1t1es to the members of the Jun1or Class
The followmg are mdlvldual w1lls from the Senlor Class
Kltty Barchard w1lls her graceful dancmg ab1l1ty to Kenneth Merch nt
who mlght be another Fred Astamre
Betty Boone w1lls her t1tle of ' Best Dressed Glrl' to Edna Caudle
Elame Bryant wrll her letter wrltmg ab1l1ty to Leona Krupenskl
W1ll1e Mae Callaway w1lls her prlm llttle ways to Otls Fowler
Pat Crosby s dependabmllty goes to Talmage Parker
Adelle Dav1s glves her Econ notes to Walter Holman
Catherme D Arcy w1lls her generoslty to Nettle Schl1cht1ng
Jean Eastburn reluctantly wrlls one date Wlth Jack to lr1s Underwood
Evelyn Fedderson w1lls her soft vo1ce and qu1et way to B A Boller
Dorothy Krantz w1lls her nlce slngmg volce and posltlon m the Glee club
to Margaret Flowers
Mary Lou Magney w1lls her ab1l1ty to talk the most and read the best to
Mary Ellen Roberson
Polly Math1s w1lls her flrst a1d technlque to lrene Boros
Carolyn Mlller s deep chuckle and good hurfor ffo to Catherme Hesse
Ethel McK1nley s amb1t1on goes to John We1ss
Joan McNesky and Ruby Mae Soesbe wlll then' clo eness of frlendshlp to
a new twosome, Joanne Rhodes and Joan Hlgglns
Mary Etta Nelson w1lls her success at golng w1th a classmate to Norm
L1ll1an Noltensmelr and LOIS H1rtz glve temporary pr1v1lege of r1d1ng l1'1 a
convertlble to Clara Stalmpel
Joyce Oden w1lls her long brown halr to Katherme K1ckler
Mary LOUISE Polk w1lls her lmpulslve ways to Robert Donaldson
Betty Reynolds w1lls all her love to Pete Blackwell
Agnes Rmdflelsh w1lls her soda Jerkmg ab1l1ty to Hellen Long
Sally Robmson w1lls her eff1c1ency lfl chemlstry to Zona Pugh
Edna Mae Ross w1lls her beautlful tennl form to Jo Ann Fltrt
Ellen Rummel w1lls the ab1l1ty to make A s to R ymond Nelson
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Dorothy Sawyer w1lls her Russlan temperament to Theresa Frank
Betty Gavln and Mlldred Topp wlll capt1vat1ng smlles to Catherme Metcalf
Frances Underwood w1lls her honors for beauty to Ela1n Welss
L1ll1an Wlndblgler g1V6S her regular mormng telephone calls to Wlllella Ard
Glorla Jean Saffold s pretty alto vo1ce goes to Mary Ewlng
Raymond Alm s dark complexlon goes to Kenneth Woodard
Clyde Ard w1lls h1s flu-ty ways to Walton Avenger
Danlel Bauer w1lls h1s pos1t1on as offlclal paper hauler to Sh1rley Grantham
who won't have trouble gettmg a drlver
Karl Bmgert w1lls h1S helght to Brllle Gene Thweatt
Floyd Brooks w1lls h1s honor as presldent to the Senlor Class to J ack Dawson
Ralph Chavers and Frank Burns w1ll the1r football honors to Vlrgle Glass
To Freddy Busklns, Ray Runyan w1lls h1s long curly eyelashes and Roy
Caldwell w1lls h1s blg brown eyes
Nolan Callaway w1lls h1s new Chevrolet to Vaughn Underwood
Ned Chancey w1lls h1s ab1l1ty to dlve and swun to J oy Morlll
Erdlst Chavers w1lls h1s Beta Club honors to Kenneth Hand if he thmks he
can use them
Bobby Davls glves h1s collection of addresses and p1ctures to Earl Steel
Leroy Dol1h1te w1lls h1s ab1l1ty to g1VG all the wrong answers to Kathleen
Jack Eckart g1V8S h1s b1g mouth whlch IS often open at the wrong tune to
Buddy Gallawaywllls his ab1l1ty to touch the end of h1S nose w1th h1s tongue
to Rudolph Raber
Joseph Hellm1ch w1lls his net playmg 1n a tenms game to Edna Rlchmond,
who, I hear could use lt
Cllfton Helms wills h1s cowboy shlrts to Carlos Ballard
James Horak w1lls h1s theme WI'lt1I1g ab1l1ty to Gerald Hesse
Joe LaFlam w1lls h1s fme vo1ce for cheerleadlng to Wlll1S Waters
Jack Lenz g1ves h1s ab1l1ty to talk h1s way out of trouble to J ack Lorenzo
Francls LGWIS wills h1s new whlte teeth to Ollle Morrls, who mlght need
them Jf he f1ghts much more
Bub Logsden w1lls h1s blond curly ha1r to Robert Fowler
Victor Manley w1lls h1s Moblle gurls to Chuck Frary who seems to get
around all r1ght m Foley
Robert McNesky w1lls h1s lazmess to Janet Clopton
G M Mills w1lls h1s way Wlth the women to Lou1s Hadley
Sam Ollver w1lls h1s practlcal Jokes to L1ll1an Rogers
Robert Quates w1lls h1s ab1l1ty to sleep in Econ class to Mavorette Under
Claude Ramer glves h1s t1tle as most popular senlor boy to Edward Moore
D M Russel walls h1s collectlon of cameras to Om1lee Ware
John Scott wills h1s hard luck w1th h1s glrls to Oscar Allen
Kenneth Mason and Henry Shlver wlll then' eif1c1ency 11'1 Econ to Jean
William Smith w1lls h1S pohte ways to Glen Stewart
We, the Sen1ors,w1sh to thank our teachers, our prmclpal and our parents
for the ldeals, the knowledge we have gamed, and for the happy years we have
spent in th1s school
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As I look mto my cry t1l ball I can t 1t f1rst fmd all the members of the class
of 48 Now lt becomes clearer I ee a mount 11nm Swltzerland and on that mount
am I can ee Adele D'lVlS md Betty Boone slowly cl1mb1ng closer and closer to
the top they must be mountaln cl1mber
I see a tennls court w1th two players, one of them 1 the world tenms champlon
Now I see a plcturesque f1sh1ng camp located on F1Sh rlver the trees are hung
w1th mo s The place lS owned and operated by Floyd and Betty Brooks, and IS
known as Brook s resort
Now I see a hosp1tal starched wh1te umforms w1th doctors and nurses walkmg
softly down the corrldor Among the nurses I see Polly Math1s who 1S a prlvate
nurse on duty there
I see a basketball court, Ihear cheers as I ee Roy Caldwell a professlonal
basketball player make a beaut1ful goal He was always good, even 1n school
I see typewr1ters cl1ck1ng and newsmen runn1ng back a.nd forth As I look clos
er I see someone fam1l1a.r and lt s Elame Bryant wr1tmg up her nat1onally re
nowned soclal column
A debate and a very long one and III the very mlddle of lt IS Erdtst Chavers
Gosh he s holdmg forth on the E1.nste1n theory! I hope he wms
I see people golng up to a cashler s wmdow 1n a bank m Ch1cago, and I see that
they are handmg Ellen Rummel then' hard earned money No, she's not a ba.nk
robber she s a cash1er 1n that very same bank
I hear typewr1ters gomg at break neck speed I see Judges waltmg Wlfh watch
clocks lfl hand to make the1r dec1s1on I see headlmes of that dec1s1on, and what
headlmesl D M Russell has Just set the new world's typmg speed record 250
words per rnlnute
My crystal ball IS gettmg dun but oh lt s gettmg br1ghter Now I can see
students Slttlllg at attent1on III a class room m Murphy Hlgh School Ln Moblle, and
I hear '1 vo1ce explalnmg the pr1nc1ples of Gregg shorthand Why lt s none other
than Wlllle Mae Calloway, teachlng shorthand
Ah me what beaut1ful scenery, and am1dst that beautiful scenery a luxur1ous
tour1st resort and 1t,S owned and operated by none other tha.n Ray Runyon, on the
Why I do bel1eve that's pol1ce cars cornmg downthat very same hlghway It 1sl
And they ve got Sam Ol1ver, they re takmg h1rn back to Alaska
I hear a no1se 1t s a gavel bangmg, I can hear the court bemg called to order,
and I see the f1rst woman Chlef Justlce of the supreme court stand to dellver a ver
d1ct Why 1mag1.ne that lt s K1tty Barchard
1 can hear a call to cast off, I smell the odor of salt water a.nd hear the splash
of waves on the hull of one of Nolan Calloway's boats as lt starts out on a fifteen day
flshlng tr1p He now owns a whole fleet of boats at Orange Beach
Oh,I m so sorry, the vo1ces are gettmg so falllt that I can t hear them, but wa1tl
They re gettmg louder and Ican hear famtly a cr1spvo1ce tellmg the nurses H1 Char
1ty Hosp1tal what the1r dut1es are for the day, and I have a glimpse of Joann McNesky
behmd her desk before she starts out on her duties as supermtendent of nurses
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and there s Joseph Hellmlch trymg to herd the smaller chlldren 1nto the bus so that
they can get tarted
There IS one 1nterrupt1on by somethmg It s gettlng louder well I ll bel s
the roar of plane motors, and as they approach I see through my crystal ball Ruby
Mae Soesbe eff1c1ently settlmg her passengers before then' long fllght begms She s
a plane stewardess w1th Pan Amerlcan Amr Lmes
I hear the warnmg horn that means a boat 1S about to go through the canal brldge,
and I can see Ned Chancey rush1ng out of h1s llttle house to open the br1dge That s
h1s Job, now that he s the off1c1al br1dge keeper
My goodness I see a group of adm1r1ng women trymg to make up the1r mmds
what dress they are gomg to buy wh1le Frances Underwood a Powers model models
I can see wavmg flelds of beautnful r1pe wheat and standmg on the edge of h1s
ZOO acre farm I see Henry Sh1ver
Gradually the crystal ball IS changmg, I see an excluslve dress shop lI'l P3.I'1S,
and a g1rl lS s1tt1ng before a desk drawmg Why' It s Shlrley Fltzgerald des1g'nmg
her famous dresses
Now I can see a theatre and as the p1cture 1S about to begm I see Cl1fton Helms
watchmg the people settlmg themselves m h1s theatre whlch lS only one of hundreds
all over the country
Walt Dlsney s studlo and our own Dot Sawyer 1SWOI'k1.I'1g here as a cartoomst She s
qulte famous now
An operatmg room comes mto my v1s1on, nurses and then the doctor arrlves to
begm the operatlon It s over, and .I ames Horak removes h1s mask after another
People are gazmg at the stage, mus1c 1S flllmg the Metropol1tan Opera House
as the star, Jean Eastburn, begms to smg
I see a not1ce 1n the pap r Well known 1nventor Jack Lenz has Just complet
ed another mventlon It s a radlo that you carry m the palm of your hand, and lt
Mllllons are gathered to w1tness the presentatlon of thls year s Nobel Pr1ze It s
b mg glven to Pat Crosby for her new and successful work 1n chem1stry
I see a thresher mov1ng through another prosperous wheat f1eld and lt s bemg
drlven by Raymond Alms who 1S now a prosperous wheat farmer 1n Oregon
I can hear the cl1ck of the presses hear phones rmgmg, and I see Ethel McKm
ley rushnng around supervlsmg the even1ng ed1t1on of her paper 1n Nashvllle
Isee sunny Cal1forn1a agam, and a truck 1S loaded w1th produce leavmg Karl
B1I'1gELI'd,S truck farm
I hear a fam1l1ar HOISG, oh yes, 1t,S typewr1ters, a vo1ce g1V1I'1g d1ctat1on, a.nd I
see Dot Krantz takmg lt down She works ln a well known law Off1CG 1n Pensacola
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Kenneth Mason, on h1s weekly tour of 1nspect1on
Oh my' How beautmfull Isee huge greenhouses f1lled Wlth many beaut1ful
flowers and I see L1ll1an W1ndb1gler mspectzng her world famous orchld collect1on
My goodnes here s Claude Ramer 1nspect1ng one of h1s 50 drug storesl
And here s 1 pulpwood truck leavmg home for another load, and I do belleve
that s L1ll1an Noltensm1er wavmg to her husbandfrom her front porch as he dr1ves off
Now my crystal ball grows clearer, I see a house, a woman stands Jn the door,
she s buy1ng somethmg why 1t s a Fuller Brush and the salesman 1S Clyde Ard
It s gett1ng d1mmer agam, oh now I see the Elberta school the second grade
Why the teacher IS LOIS Hlrz She s one of the few who stayed home
I see a blackboard I see strange f1gures on 1t, why it s prob ems 111 solld geom
etry The t acher comes forward oh lt s Jack Eckart,he s the new teacher here lIl
Foley H1gh School
I see a large truck loaded Wlth QTOCGTIES lt s stoppzng at a large grocery store
the LIIVOICS IS bemg g1ven to the owner why 1t s Sally Robmson she ovnms a whole
chaln of grocery tores
I hear dogs barkmg and howlmg I smell flea soap Why I m seelng a dog hos
p1tal and there .Toe LaFlam he s a famous vetermaman now and has h1s own hos
p1tal l.I'l New York
I see lu h trop1cal flowers on elther s1de the sun gleaming on the water, and a
R1ndfle1sh on that yacht, on a vacat1on H1 South Arner1ca
I see a man gomg through the woods cuttmg trees for turpentme I see another
man uperv1s1ng the whole Job why It s G M Mllls, he went 1I1tO busmess with h1s
father ten years ago and IS now pract1cally runnmg the whole organ1zat1on
I see a round the world plane fl1ght two passengers are settlmg themselves for
the last lap of the1r round the world tr1p Why I do belleve,yes lt lS it's Bub Logs
don and h1 w1fe Mac Bub m hxs spare tune IS also pres1dent of the First Nat1onal
Bank 1.11 Mob1le
I see a swank mght club c1garette g1rls wa1ters, a smooth dance band, and the
owner stands at the door watchmg the money roll 111 why it s our own Betty Reynolds
way up here H1 New York
I see a new modern show room, Cad1llac cars are lined up H1 the wmdows, and
the owner and general manager IS talkmg w1th a prospectwe customer, Who 1S the
owner of th1s C,ad1lIac dealershlp? Why lt s none other than Victor Ma.nley
I see '1 m1ss1onary hold1ng a B1ble class H1 Afr1ca, she looks fam1l1ar Why I
ca.n t bel1eve It whoever would have 1mag1ned meetmg Glorla Saffold out here of all
I see a huge crowd 1n the Yankee Stad1um I hear the crowd cheering as Bobby
Dams runs out on the f1eld He s one of the most famous football players smce Har
I see '1 mghtclub 1n Ch1cago, the hghts are dlmrned the spothght 1S centered on
the tar smger of the floor show Well as I IIVG and breathe, It s Mary Loulse Polk
she s 1 well kno Nn torch smger now
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n11 nur elf noff 1 lv known dentlst HI Hou tor Tex
I sm ll ro e covered cott ge Ind on the front porch 1 ittinff 1 hou cmfe
he Ralph s Wlf6 Ralph by the w1y own and operate hi own g rage Jn Foley
Phe d1rector yells cut and the tar ire allowed to re t but who lS th lt beau
tiful star of this new M G M picture? Why lt s our own Ednl Mae Ro s
The fans cheer the horse hooves strlke the turf the spectators .nxiously watch
the race 1 No 8 comes 1n first r1dden by the most famous Jockey of ll time John
I see an off1ce with a not1ce on the door that all who really want to get elected
Ju t come and see Catherme D Arcy Those who hire her as their political manager
I hear a clarmet as I look into the luxurious Blue Roonc of the Roosevelt Hotel
I ee a smooth and h1gh pr1ced dance band beU1n to play then' theme song But who
1s the clarmet player who lS also the band leader? You won t bel1eve me but 1t
none other than Daniel Bauer
I see a tennis court 1n Australla two f1g'll.I'6S are playing fast g me of tenn1s
one of them looks l1ke someone I ve seen before, could lt be ye it is Carolyn Mlller
playing professional tennis
I see a station wagon loaded down with wealthy guests of one of the most exclusive
and evpensive hunting and fishing camps the world has ever known It 13 s1tuated Jn
the heart of Maine and 13 owned and operated by Rob rt Mclxlesky
I see a palatial home nn Hollywood a b9EtlllJflll woman comes out to go sw1mm1ng
1n her private sw1mm1ng pool why it s Joyce Oden who marrlcd one of Hollywood s
leading actors and producers
I hear water, why it s the ocean and a luxury lmer lS slowly putting out to sea is
that an argument I hear? No it s just a friendly d1scuss1on between the co captalrs
of the ship, Buddy Calloway and Frank Burns
I hear the sound of huge tractors, the yelling of the boss, and I see the c1v1l en
gmeer workmg on the new South Arnerlcan highway But can that be Robert Quates
who lS the surveyor III charge Why, lt 15 Robert, way down here m the trobicsl
I see a familiar room, 1t's the old English room m Foley High School I'll look
into my crystal ball closely to see who's teachmg English now Why 1t,S Leroy Doe
h1l1te, he's taken Mrs Rob1nson's place now, and they say he's very good
I see the office bu1ld1ng of the National Guard in Washmgton, officials are salut
mg their commander Jn chlef I can't quite make out who it IS why 1t,S none other
than Wllliam Smith from Foley, would you ever have guessed it?
I see a girl typing, industriously work1ng1n an office, lt,S Mary Lou Magney, she's
st1ll waitmg to get married, I guess
Prophet Mary Lou Magney
l:1ce,:'1d':rt'St'f: X lift, Af. the so ' :fl ' 1 on ' , 's ' 6,11 n 1
c1,1z.vln?fint1 the 1 te 'fee 's the del 'sz '.ns1 , . aft belle 11y eyes, lt's
Fra is Lewis, ' ' 11:14 , ' 5 1 ell- I ' ' s 1, I
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Each year, as far back as we can find a record, the Senior class of
Foley High has taken time to elect "Who's Who". The elections this year
were long-drawn-out affairs and we usually exceeded our allotted home-
room voting time and kept the underclassmen waiting in the hall while we
campaigned for the candidate of our choice.
MOST POPULAR BOY AND GIRL
BETTY GAVIN and CLAUDE RAINER
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MOST STUDIOUS BOY AND GIRL APPLE POLISHER
ERDIST CHAVERS d ELLEN
RUMMEL ETHEL M KINLEY
MARY LOUISE POLK BIGGEST WOLF BUDDY GALLOWAY
BIGGEST FLIRT ELAINE BRYANT
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FRANK BURNS Ci BETTY BOONE NCLAN CALLAWAY d EVELYN FEDDERSCN
NITTIEST BOY AND GIRL BEST BOY AND GIRL ATHLETE
FRANCIS LEWIS and JOANNE MCNESKY ROY CALDWELL and MARY ETTA NELSON
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D M RUSSELL
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DAPHNE, MAY 1, 1948
FOLEY QUEEN AND KING
Ma1ds Floyd Redd, Georgette Sharretts, Jean Eastburn, Pat Crosby
Flower Glrl Catherme Anr1 Schultz
Page Mlke Blackwell
ROBERTA DANCE SCHOOL RECITAL
May 14, 1948
Dancers are Marmlyn Gmffm Allce Ann Gebhart Jean Carver, Ruth
Steele, Joan Evans
The Dancers above dld a dance called D'1u'y
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1948 wlnners were declded by the ballot of the a.ud1ence
They are Joanne Rhodes Mlss Foley Hlgh wmner of the popularlty
contest, and Frances Underwood wlnner of the B '
eauty Queen tltle
The contest was held m the school audltorlum on February 13
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THE PROM AND BANQUET
The Senior I Class presented the Seniors with a Prom, and the .Tumor
Class honored them with a Banquet.
Music was furnished by Bobby Frank and orchestra of Mobzle. The
audltorium was decorated as a plantation for the occaslon.
" DAMSELS IN DISTRESSH
On March l9 the Senior Class presented its annual p1ay.Th1s year they
staged "Damsels in Distress", a three act comedy written by Jay Tobias.
Above 1S plctured the cast Readlng left to right are Dorothy Sawyer
as Natasha Federovna, Ellen Rurnmel as Geraldane Ware, and Kltty Bar
chard as Pamela Royle fseatedl the Damsels in Dlstress Ethel McKJnley
as Aunt Eustac1a Carstairs, Elame Bryant as Mrs Meeks, Dan1el Bauer
as Mr Meeks, Robert McNesky Qseatedj as Shelby Parsons, Joyce Oden as
Mrs Guppy, Francls Lew1s as Mnke, Buddy Galloway as Bill, and .T ack
Echart as Uncle Braymer Babcock Dtrectors were class sponsors Mrs
Charles M1ller and Mlss Louise Mlller Joanne McNesky was 111 charge of
propertles and Mary Lou Magney a.nd V1c Manley in charge of advertising
Above Natasha Federovna dlstresses the D1stressed Damsels even more
when she threatened to Bury thees dagger eento your boosem up to thee
heelt, eef you do not leeve my .I eern1e alonel '
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Mr and Mrs W C McGowan are shown crownmg Mmired Topp Prom
Queen, and Bub Logsden, Prom Kmg, unmedlately after then' electlon at
the annual Prom
The members of the faculty of Foley School presented The Deestmck
Skule of Flfty Years Ago" 111. the school audltorlum on Aprll 16 at 8 P M
'The Deestrlck Skule of Flity Years Ago took one back to the olden
days of one room school houses, slates and stern masters
Proceeds from the productlon were donated by the faculty to the fund
for lmprovement of the Old Daphne Normal School which has been donated
to the teachers of this county to be used as a recreatlonal camp
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Foley High has had a Beta Club for a number of years, but this was our
re orgamzatlonal year Offlcers were elected on December ll and we
started out wlth a membershlp of 95 We now have 33 enrolled
Left to rlght are the Sponsors and Offlcers of the 1948 Beta Club Mlss
Jane Byrne Sponsor, Frances Underwood, V1ce Presldent Erdlst Chavers,
Presldent, Ethel McK1nley Secretary Treasurer, andLesl1e Smlth Sponsor
B TA MEMBERS
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Back Row Orrllee Ware, Mr Leslie Smlth, Joy Morrlll Mary Etta
Nelson, Joan Fl1rt Shlrley Grantham Zona Pugh Norman Wynn Jean
Eastburn, Teddy Osborne, Erd1st Chavers, John Bryant, Mlss Jane Byrne
Mlddle Row Pat Crosby Mavorette Underwood Floyd Redd Kathleen
Knowles, Kltty Barchard, Ethel McK1nley, dna Mae Ross Carolyn Mlller,
M try Al1ce Benton, Betty Koehler Betty Boone
Front Row France Underwood, Edn Rlchmond Shlrley Fltzgerald
Ellen Rurnrnel Norma Jlne Manley Dot Sawyer, Betty Reynolds, Adelle
D3V1S and Betty Stockes
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Proof Reader Pat Crosby
Elementary School News Edltors Kltty Barchard
Llterary Edltor Mary Lou Magney
Reporters Kathleen Knowles Pat Crosby Lorrame
Steele Lucnlle W1ll1s Vernell Carver Antomette Ryan Jo Ann
Fllrt, Jean Carver Mary Rlgby Dor1s Ryan, Loulse Under
wood, Betty Reynolds Mac Topp Mary Harper Emogene Clem
mons,Ruth Steele Ledora Osborne WHHl16 Paul Wrlma Rlgby
Gerral Styron, Rex Beech Vera Fodor George Guthr1e, Gayle
Wenzel, Jeanette Grantham Gus Schultz Teddy Stoddard
Managers ITIS Underwood Shlrley Grantham
Commlttee Robert McNesky, Floyd Brooks W1.ll1am
Passmore, Roy Caldwell, Joe LaFlarn, Fred Holk Russell
Scott, Ralph Chavers Pete Blackwell
Managers Mary Loulse Polk, Jean Eastburn,
Comm1ttee Joy Morrlll, Ned Chancey Barbara Ann Boller
Catherme Metcalf, Ellen Rummell, Joyce Herm1tz, Sharon
Polk, Tomm1e Harper, Joyce Oden Betty Gavm Charles
Harper, Eulean Rigby, Chrlstme Byrd, Shlrley Fltzgerald
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KITTY BARCHARD PRESIDENT
Thls year s Student Councll under the ponsorshlp of Mrs J B Rob
VICE Presldent lV'aryAl1ce Benton Secretary and Mary Bryant Treasurer
Thls year the student councxl was very act1ve They sponsored the
School band newly organlzed They pre ented an amateur nlghtfrorn wh1ch
they ralsed money for the school b nd
Thls grouo oresented many Jnterestmg assembly programs, planned a
clean up campalgn, and launched 1 no cheatmg pollcy
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The rlnn ry lm of the Future Farmers of Amerlce lS the development
of agrlcultur 1 leadershlp, cooperatlon, and cltlzenshlo The present num
ber enrolled II1 the Foley Chapter IS 68
DANIEL BAUER., President M H BRYANT
PETE BLACKWELL, Vice Vocatmnal Teacher
A POSED P CTURE
ABOVE ARE PICTURED THE FOLEY LIONS
The Foley Lions opened then' 1947 48 grldlron season on September 18
1947, agamst Crewtv1ew Florlda
Frank Burns, a member of the Senlor Class was chosen to captam th1s
aggregatlon New umforms were recelved, a new football fence completed
and ample grandstand space assured all spectators
The Foley H1gh Schedule for the year 1S as follows
Bay Mmette, There Afternoon
Semmes Pre Co Here
Cheerleaders for the games are Betty Reynolds .T oe Laflam, Om1lee
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Complnnents to Graduates of
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the Foley School U1str1butor
A Good Job Well Done
We Thank You
For It TEXAFO PETROLEUM
We w1ll cont1nue to make
Electr1c1ty your most econonmcal
To The Class of 1948
PURE OIL, PRODUCTS
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BOB BROOKS GROC ERY
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ELBERTA FEED AND GROCERY
E A Koehler Owner
Congratulatwns To The Graduates
f M M FARM IMPLEMENTS AND
Owner Herman Doege
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Corgratulatlons To The Graduates
Growers and Sh1ppers of Produce
Seed and Fertlllzer
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Contractmg and Electncal Supplxes
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Congratulatmns To The Class Of 1948
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Congratulat ons To The
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Congra ula ons To The Grad a'f ng
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Comphments To The Class of 48
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EATING OR DRINKING
Eating good food,
You can have your fill, If you take
Yo.1r meals at "Sou'thpor": Grillfl
Calf Shores Alabama
Congrat1.lat.',ons and Best Wishes
THE CANAL CAFE
Mrs. Jan Christian, Owner
Gulf Shores Alabama
GULF BREEZE INN AND
POP MESEROLL Owner
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Elbe rta Alabama
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Conglatulatlons To The Class
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Complxments To The
Graduates of 48
GARRETT R FOLEY
BLUE HEAVEN SERVICE STATION
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and Greases Woco Pep and Super
Congralulauons To The Class of 48
Congratulatwns To The
Class Of 48
PAMM SEAFOOD CO
Bon Secour Alabama
Congratulatwns To The
Graduates of 48
Congratulatlons To The Graduates
BENNIE MCCOMB AND
Where the thu-sty meet, and the
BENNIE 'S PLACE
Cong ratulatzlons From
MILLER'S GROCERY AND
Johnny J. Mlller, Prop.
Foley Farmer's Supply
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