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

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Zlaaewafwf O XC: O PRESENTS x9 The mud century Blue and Gold Herenn you wrll fund a record Q' of the year I949 50 We hope that this edmon wrll serve to brrng 'QR back the memorres both melancholy and gay ofthe happiest years of our Ilves BROOX HOLMES Edlfor MANIEL MARQUARDT Asst Ed fo BETTY KOEHLER Bus Manager Ganjemfi DEDICATION FACULTY SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES ADVERTISEMENT vvw -K I xg, fc oov Cb is 'Z' -x Q so SQ3 s OF Q' . . . . Se - . s a n a - fo . ' ' . e I C To a greater Foley High we dedicate this edition ofthe Blue and Gold. As the years go by .... we see or e future progress in SCHOLARSHIP ATHLETICS RECREATION lib f th I li 5 , 1 ,I I. 2147 GEORGE A STRONG Asst Principal A capable and tireless worker in the administration department' FACULTY W. C. MC GOWAN Principal Keeping tabs on H00 students and 35 faculty members is a big 'ob' CAROLYN MILLER Secretary Efficient' Efficien Efficient' :Qs W E MEREDITH T E ROBINSON HeadCoacl'1 Asst Coach R L SMITH Chemnsiry Biology Physics LOUlSE MILLER Algebra Math MARY DENT MORGAN J. Q KENDRICK Home Economics Social Studies Civics English, Reading D. C. FLEMING R. E. EMMETT VOCCflOl'1CIl AgI'iCUlfUI'e Gegmefry, Mech, Drawing Q af i i i w , f in cu ii . ' ' Librarian, English English D. E. DEARBORN GERTRUDE FARRELL ' Economics, History Typing, Shorthand LORAIN DE MARLO ANN SMITH Glee Club, Social Studies Civics, Spanish Physical Ed. HAZEL GILMORE KATHERlNE STEEDLY English, Reading Geography, Bookkeeping S E N I O R S CLASS M0110 We have crossed the bayg the ocean lies ahead. CLASS COLORS Lavender and white. an 'Z CLASS FLOW E RS Gladnolus HAROLD AVINGER Presudent of Sensor Class Captaln of football team Who s Who Basketball Annual Staff Class Play Q JERRY ALLEN NAOMI ALLEN ELLA BAUMANN ETHYL BAUMANN Annual Staff Glee Club Who s Who Glee Hnghllghts C ub Student Coun Class Play REX BEECH Football Who s Who F F A DONAL BEMIS MARY ALICE BENTON A Pres of Beta Club Sec of Sensor Class Annual Staff Who s Who May Queen EDWENA BROOKS Class Play Who s W o MARY BRYANT Editor of Hlghllghts Glee Club S :rut Com P Class Play HUGH COLE Basketball F F Who s Who DORSEY MAE DAWSON ROY BRUHN Library Club Class Nate Staff JOHN BRYANT Pres of F F A Class Play Spnrlt Committee Class Nrte Staff DONALD BUTLER 0 A Football Class Nate Staff DOROTHY CHAVERS ilu nl, GEORGIA DANIELS Who s Who ROB ERT DAVIS F.F.A. RAY ECKART Class Play. 3 R sd '? TONI ELDE RING 4 Glee Club, Spirit Com., Library Club. I, 'O GERALD FLIRT VE RA FODOR Annual Staff Glee Club Beta Club DONA LD GRAN THAM FAY GRASS Who s Who Beta Club Class Play FLOYD HAMBURG Who s Who Class WALTON HAMNER Basketball Who s Committee JAME S HARRISON ROBERT HESSE Library Club Band LOUISE HOLMAN Glee Club Splrlt Committee who, F.F.A., spam BROOX HOLMES Football Co Captann Basketball Editor of Annual Class Play ALBERTA HOPEWELL BARBARA KICHLER Glee Club LYLE KLUG Football 43 ff' BETTY KOEHLER 3 Vuce Pres of Sensor Class Annual Staff Class Play Beta Club Glee Club MARY LASHBROOK Class Play Spirit Com Glee Club Library Club Class Nate Staff MILDRED LEWIS Class Play Glee Club Beta Club LEOTA KRANTZ Glee Club AURELIA LOWERY Glee Club MANIEL MARQUARDT Annual Staff Hnghllghts Staff Class Play Student Councll Who s Who NORRIS NELSON Football Who s Who ROBERT NELSON Football ANNA NOLTENSMEIER Glee Club Beta Club SUSIE NORRE LL Beta Club Spmt Comnuttee Who s Who MAY OLA ODOM .ff ,L ,ni 4-Q 'Z' PAULINE PARDUE ALLEN PIERCE Football Glee C ub EVALYN RUNYAN Annual Staff Beta Club Who s Who Cheerleader JIMMY SHAFER F F A Class Play LORRAINE STEELE Class Nlte Staff BETTY STOCKES Class Play Glee MYRTLE WALTERS ANNA MARIE WEISS Class Play Library Club-Pres Beta Club Glee Club Class Nate Staff DAVID WILLIS Football Captaun of Basketball Team Who s NADINE WOODARD I I . I . . ., . I Club, Beta Club. I . ., , , . U I WH0'S WHO ,I ,Lf 4- 1 , 0 668' xl Ln L 501 PA 9-Won HANDS 9- Y' OMES T Ovovpeh Evow PQEITIZQA Cole BOY 51 ' X09 IES 7- , Ng id' PN Mofy Alice BeiifL I7 WW MOST ATHLETIC Norris Nelson, Georgia Daniels ,4 MOS T Donald Burl IN LOVE er, Lorraine sh vw' ele oo' Wx Wim oi evo" APPLE POLISHER A no MOH' Weiss 0 1 .4!"' ER U5 Pew' ll Q31 WJT7. 1 1 ND mm M051 BASHFUL BOY A Rex Beech Ethyl Bauman LAZXEST John Hesse T 'finer Sus,e Nor fe ll EV-T BXGGES1 F NWMS D0""6 BES TDRE an R. QV lvl 1, . N f 4 Q X X I ' S sx 1 A -1. -'F' f f' x ' Y I - , X B 1" F I W Iron " Jgim inf Zjp, , SSED Floyd Hombu BOY AND G fgr Edwe NO Brook in S CLASS POEM WE VE CROSSED THE BAY, THE OCEAN LIES AHEAD' We've crossed the bay, our iourney's done, ln love united, in heart ever one. How short seems the way when looked back upon Proud are our thoughts at the honors won, Hope shines before us, a glorious ray, To guide our lives beyond the bay The way seemed long o er which we ve come Our ambitions this far to attain Though rough and uncertain at seemed to some More precious the coveted honor gained But whether the bay was muddy or clear Each mile of the way we ll hold most dear We ve learned our lessons these happy years Some of toll and doubt and youthful schemes Of untold loys and sickening fears But we II cherish them all in future dreams And the links we ve welded in friendship s chain Shall never by time be cut in twain Farewell dear Foley Hugh, dear teachers too Should the future hold honor and fame for us The praise and glory belong to you, Who have strived so hard to make it thus Now, with God as our Captain we have no dread We ve crossed the bay the ocean lies ahead' Finns . g . . . 1 I- . ' ! THANK YOU, Mrs. Gayle Hamilton, for your untiring efforts in helping our annual staff to achieve it's goal- the best Blue and Gold ever' Your excellent pictures have enabled us to reach this goal. We extend our deepest appreciation IO 736 LI". Q 7 'xxx' fi-fs ,I et' ii 2, H. , I1 , ,fb V, N ' "iw I 'O yw I 1. 'I - IRI. I Ee- 3 SENIOR AWARDS To the following students of the senior class, special awards were presented on graduation night for outstanding achievements in their various fields of endeavor. clTIzENsHlP BOY . . . Jerry Allen III CITIZENSHIP GIRL . . . . Evulyn Runyun l2I ACTIVITIES . . . . . Mary Alice Benton l3I ATHLETICS . . . . Harold Avingerl-0 SCHOLARSHIP ...... . . Betty Koehler lsm Fay Grassf6I EDITOR, BLUE AND GOLD . . . Bfeex Holmes UD EDITOR, HIGHLIGHTS . . . Mary Bryontl8l SCIENCE ...... . . ManieIMarquardtI9l ORATORY .............. Maniel Marquardt PRESIDENT, STUDENT COUNCIL . . Georgette Sharretts IIOI 8 7 fo . ,ig V- 2' 5' ,ca sr: Bl we A KH 5 4 -L ,firi- ... ez. 3 ,LZ fl A 271 . 55? .23 I 'Ty ff X I 1' I lfl ll 5 AM li II 3,7 A fn. ffjf' -:HQ 'f . I Ja SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENTS Wayne Teem Joyce Richmond Buddy Helton FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President . . . Gene Underwood Vice Pres. . . . Shirley Wenzel Sec.-Treas. . Robert GuIIedge VICE PRESIDENTS Edsel Anderson Jeonette Grantham Bruce Childress SECRETARIES Joyce Hermetz Rufus Walker Betty Nall President .......... Kathryn Sute , .. pa Vice Pres. . . Calvin Younce 'FA I Ng 'tr QI' Sec.-Treas. . . Lallie Redd it A I , N JUNIORS 'I jf 0 01" n iq S-49' his V 'IV' UO MSF-10' Pi 'K HF F1 I Wi N-vd""'SSF4Wu 1-our -'viii ' 1:asL"?-if P HM il :haf r 4- -af' f " " PRESIDENT B Y VICE PRESIDENT Don Id Gr th wwf "' IEU -Affa- 2 'Un KN 051-163, 9 '-PFIFAA 9 ESI .J 0 TQ C L uyfo X ufn u MEMBERS SECRETARY G anth TREASURER Robert Dov s AG QUEEN Flora R SENTINEL Hugh Cole IT1 'WA 2 we QQ ,:- FT , I 13 f - .IoI'1n r ant ,Iliff ' ,eg I ' 'ET' c an cm ' "" 'E I a-11 1, 52 ff ' , I 'u. Z' g L-Q, M. - aff- If .f-' Fi sr ,HX -N, V 'J X L I Q, I ' I GIenn r a ff' -3 , V I ', f' I ' I' 'M- - . DI Q , A Q . " L- " Q I 1- ' , C 4 - jf' " J lc , I ,Q f, F. F. A. edd 49, 'f,g,.f i F , j V- 1 . I " T"'T . 1 .I I 5 II I I I FH? ' . W .V E, I I. I XX- I 1 1 4 TA CL Achievement Character Leadershlp D FFICE RS PRESIDENT Mary Alice Benton VICE PRESIDENT Jack Price SECRETARY Bobby Jean Hubbard TREASURER Fred Holk CO T PURPOSE To promote beiter school spun! PRESIDENT .................. . Lorraine Galloway H CL GOAL An ever expanding library' PRESIDENT Anna Mane EE CL The Foley Hugh Glee Club directed by Mrs Loraun DeMarlo was better than ever this year' They entertaaned the school many times with thelr dellghtful songs both popular and classlc and toward the latter part of the year they gave a gomt concert wrth the Foley Hugh Band They also made an excellent showing an the dustruct musvc festival' Weiss FOLEY BAND Under the inspiring direction of Lonnie Owen, the Foley High School Band sprang up like magic! The Foley High Band is now a snappy 50-piece marching unit. The band put on wonderful performances at the halves of all the football games. Also, it marched and played during Mardi Gras in Mobile, and gave several concerts. The band is certainly an outstanding example of a greater Foley High' ,Jw ,.-", ,ff hl,gy,5"' l......-04' Magorettes Manley Steele Griffin Redd and drum malorette BAND DIRECTOR Nall fire a salute' Lonnie Owen 7 sx 14, AIM PURPOSE To promote interest In school activities to help govern the student body to make Foley Hugh a better institution in behalf of students and faculty alike' Some of their achievements for this year were dances at the armory baby contest clean up campaign and others REPRESENTATIVES Manuel Marquardt Jerry Allen Fay Grass Alice Lipscomb Delores Mickelson Edsel Anderson Jack Price Stanley Osborn Flora Redd Lallle Redd Eloise Boswell Margaret Faulk Betty Meeks Janice Wynn Marlene Wenzel Joyce Malls PRESIDENT Georgette Sharretts VICE PRESIDENT Jane Bryant SECRETARY Betty Nall TREASURER Buddy Helton fx fi film' , ,ay S T U D E N T C O U N C l L i Que, , V' Virginia Teem 1 fl ' A . ef if 'T nu- . I l x- ' i i V l ,I . .49 A .N JI,-Q IG The F I W5 Oey Highli h - . 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We hope that you will enioy it os much os we have enjoyed publishing itl 6 1 xt 45 ' '- fi fl A .P 'J X A fi , 'iA" A fi .f pf , EDITOR I Broox Holmes ASSISTANT EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER Mcniel Morquardt Beny Koehler SPORTS EDITOR, Harold Avinger, SOCIAL EDITOR, Evolyn Runyon, ADVERTISEMENT MANAGER, Vero Fodorp ART EDITOR, Jerry Allen, CIRCULATION MANAGER, Mary Alice Benton. s-, A541 COACH com: H A5-5'1.coACH lee i Al Lunsford W. E. Meridith T. E. Robinson LINE COACH HEAD COACH ASST. COACH ACHING STA The T949 50 football season was one of the best engoyed at Foley Hugh The Lvons won elght games whale losnng only two They boasted a very heavy llne charging an front of a fast sure footed baclcfneld There was plenty of team spurat even toward the end of the season when everyone was hred ofthe long weary practuce sessions Harold Avmger letterman center and Broox Holmes letterman end were elected captam and co captain respectuvely OTBALL 9 A .1 ssl. ... STARTING LINEUP 'BACKFIELD Left to rlght Norr1s Nelson RH Gene Underwood QB Rex Beech FB W Smlth LH LINE Left to rlght Dav1d W1ll1s RE Kenny Moore RT Robert Pruett RG Harold Avlnger LowellJames LG Charles Fell LT Broox Holmes LE CHEERLEADERS Sharretts Roberts Paul Alban James Runyan 1949 SEASON S RECORD H St Stanlslaus FH Snlas FH Monroevllle H Flomaton H Robertsdale FH Atmore H W S Neal Bay M1 nette H Fanrhope FH Semmes Tech FOLEY vs. ST STANISLAUS The Foley Luons got off to a good start by defeatnng a tr1cky St Stanlslaus eleven at Bay St Louls Miss The Llons showed good Splflf especlally durlng the last halt Norris Nelson scored three touchdowns two In the flrst half and one extra polnt to E lead 1n the scormg column for the L1ons Llttle shnmp Nelson scored the other tally wuth a fnve yard lunge off nght tackle 1 : 'I l " 1 " , - ,.L. z .I ...-I W -I -I ,-C, F526 ..... . ' ..... ld , s41 ..... - ......... o sae.. .. - ...... o V, Fsaz ..... ....... o , 2 ' Fsao ..... . ...o 1, -' S7.... ..... ...21 FS48 ..... .. .. ...o FHSI4 ..... ' ...... 7 A FSl2 .... . ' .... ..1s sg.. .. .... .ls A 268 61 1, yy 26 .14 y 5 l . . I' . , jy A ily... -- if., .,,,i,,,,.,ig,, ,..'5T.,.,s, , . .." f .' Tsfqtg.-1 MX- --'gy ',.,.,,. - t . A ., M.. ,. . ' . .'- . -f' ,... V-1 " Beech breaks through the Bay Minette line! FOLEY vs. SILAS 41 O The following week the Lions traveled up to Silas, and once again came home with a victory under their belt. Norris Nelson again led the scoring parade with two touchdowns, while W. L. Smith, Gene Underwood, Rex Beech, and Vance Parks tallied once each. This game ended more like a track meet than a football game. FOLEY vs. MONROEVILLE 39 O Once again the Lions traveled a long distance and again came home victorious. The two teams battled on even terms the first half with the Lions scoring once. In the second half the Lions ran wild, and with hard, bonerattling blocking in front of speedy backs, scored five touchdowns. Nelson again led the scorers with two tallies, FOLEY vs. ROBERTSDALE 30 O The Lions met the Bears in Robertsdale and won their fifth consecutive game. "Foots" Willis and Lyle Klug scored two touchdowns each and Rex Beech scored on a long run once. The Lions were a little too overconfident but came out of it very well. FOLEY vs. ATMORE 7 21 while Holmes, Beech, Underwood, and Willis scored once each. FOLEY vs. FLOMATON 32 0 This was the Lion's first home game, and they made an impressive appearance. Nelson once more was the leading scorer with two T.D.'s. Smith, Beech, and Parks scored once each. James was outstanding at his guard position. The whole line played exceptionally well. Atmore! - the big game! The Lions played the Blue Devils on even terms, but they did not seem to have the scoring punch when the opportunities came. The Blue Devils scored first after being held in check the first quarter and most of the second. The half ended with Atmore leading 7 to 0. Early in the second half, Atmore scored again by a wide sweep around right end. The Lions weren't to be denied, however, and came back by scoring on a pass from Parks to Willis. Avinger drop- kicked the extra point. The Blue Devils squeezed over one more tally in the final quarter. Atmore was seeking,revenge for last year's defeat from Foley, 7 to O, Lion's Captains Avinger and Holmes meet Tiger's Captain Traywick on Armistice Day. eo---ag, - -' -gp. .. QM.. . 15" I W.. A A, N- .,. K V., 1 -. v at 4 ' -. I " U J' K A A .. in 9 ' ., -. H' - 4,4 ,,,.,-,- - 'A .. , U. ry-.. -4 .. . , A .. s. . . : 15, ,A 'our 41- f" ..- 4 -u-f ,- 1- -, I . QL.. , ur - . A . -1, f .I 1 ,Lg'.,.,-.- :Abu , " I- M -Q2 ff, . . M-.--I' . 1 rvzwf- - .v.- A - A ' Parks tackled after 5-yard gain. FOLEY vs. W. S. NEAL 48 0 This was FoIey's second home game and they really showed a lot of fight and spirit in downing W. S. Neal of Brewton. Everyone got to play in this game. W. L. Smith and Gene Underwood scored twice each while Nelson, Parks, and Perce scored once. Harold Avinger drop-kicked. five out of six extra points and passed to Broox Holmes for another. FOLEY vs. BAY MINETTE I4 7 Armistice day is here, and while the bands are blaring and everyone is celebrating, the football team is taking it easy getting ready for the big game in the afternoon. The Lions were favored by three touchdowns, but had a hard time defeating the fighting Tigers of Bay Minette by the score of I4 to 7. Back Nelson and end Willis each tallied once to put the game in the bag for Foley. FOLEY vs. FAIRHOP E I2 I3 County championship at stake! Fairhope started off with a lot of power scoring twice in the first half and one extra point which proved to be the difference. The Lions scored twice in the last half, but were unable to make either attempt at the extra point. Holmes and Nelson both scored once. SPIRIT! SPIRIT! SPIRIT! FOLEY vs. sEMMEs TECH y I9 6 Little Rex Beech led the Lions to a I9-6 victory in it's last game of the season by scoring all three touchdowns. Semmes Tech had a hustl- ing but dutfought team. So ends a Iong-to-be- remembered season of the Lions of Fole High. The inspiring leadership of coach Bilil Mere- dith 'will be remembered by every member of the team. Starting Baclcfield Beech, Nelson, Smith, Underwood. . I fx , 'K FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS J Left to right -bottom row - Rufus Walker, David Willis, Hugh Cole, Broox Holmes, Top row-Harold Avinger, Lowell James, Walton Hamner, Coach Bill Meredith, Wayne Teem, Billy Underwood, James Flowers. SEASON'S RECORD Organic . . Bay Minette Murphy . . . Semmes Tech Organic . . . . . Catholic High Fairhope . . Atmore . . . Robertsdale . McGill . McGill . . Boy Minette . Robertsdale . Catholic High Fairhope . . Semmes Tech Atmore . . . KETBALL The Lions this year had a very tall team, averaging 6'1" for the first team. They had plenty of experience and ability. They defeated Robertsdale in the finals of the county tournament to win first place, and defeated Evergreen in the consolation game to come out third in the district. Lions defeat Robertsclale in county finals. COUNTY TOURNAMENT FHS 55. . Bay Minetfe . . 34 FHS 64. .Robertsdale . . 32 FHS FHS FHS FHS T H E S T A R T I N G L I N E U P David Willis DISTRICT TOURNAMENT IConsoIafionI. . Captain FORWARD AII District Afmore U . 31 COUNTY CHAMPIONS . . Fairhope . . . .30 . Bring home the bacon!!! Murphy . . 45 Evergreen . 33 Hamner, Guard-Cole, Center Avinger, Forward-WiIIis, Forward-Holmes, Guard. Harold Avinger FORWARD Walton Homner GUARD Broox Holmes GUARD Hugh Cole CENTER All District James Flowers FORWARD Wayne Teem FORWARD Bill Underwood CENTER Lowell James GUARD Rufus Walker GUARD B A S E B A L L S Q U A D l 9 5 0 Back row-left to right-Earnest Chavers, Bat Boy, Lyle Underwood, Billy Underwood, Robert Cantin, Wilbur Watson, Kenny Moore, Thomas Mills, W. L. Smith, Lowell James, Gene Underwood. Front row-Frank Cole, Bat boy, Bobby Wenzel, Jimmy Smith, Frank Nall, Clive Perce, George Danne, Buddy Redd, scorekeeper, James Flowers, Edsel Anderson, Charlie Werner, Hugh Childress. B A S E B A L L SEASON'S RECORD FHS ....... Atmore . . FHS . . Bay Minette Coach Tommy Robinson FHS . . Robertsdale FHS . . Fairhope . . . . FHS . . Bay Minette FHS . . Fairhope . . . . FHS . . Robertsdale Coach Tommy Robinson was faced with the problem of building a smooth- 0 operating team from o bunch of green boys. The team was composed completely Q of underclassmen who, although losing often, fought every inch of the way. Although this year was a discouraging one, the .experience gained during this season will show itself next year-a year for which there are good prospects. MASTER OF CEREMONIES Gene Underwood The annual Beauty and Popularity Contest was held at the Foley High School auditorium on the night of April sixth. Foley High displayed some of her prettiest girls and handsomest boys. POPULARITY QUEEN Marilyn Griffin BEAUTY PAGEANT BEAUTY QUEEN Phyllis Teitgen A V ' K' -Kit 'Y' u 1 Mew ,Q-, Mary Alice Benton Mary Bryon? Norris Nelson Harold Avlnger LOI'I'GII'I8 Galloway Aufgllq Lgwery Broox Holmes Floyd Hamburg , . , ' f t A . . 1 ' 1 ' . x. .VA A 1 ' tml , ,Q .X . 0 " if--515224-eww ' r . f j"j.L,L6i,k . - ' ,pm A -gl in,-w,,.,i ., .1. - 1 'xfiff '5 - x .f ., fix- l' ' v 3 X , f -3 , - N - ' ' ' - . K A . H .1 5 . . A 1 " aff. - fq , . ,ra i Q' X 4, ' 1 L ' - X, 2. X . K. 7 5 . V ' N. . V V W A , .1 ' - k ' ' ' ' . . . . . . I 0 Q 1,5 '?r'x wld' ...p-1.-P' A Jcckle Allen Marilyn Grnffm R0lDerf Hesse Robert Gulledge Phyllis Teafgen . . . Roberta Underwood . . . . W. L. Smith . . . Jerry Allen .364 ' , VFX-x .Tn . 5 E? . V 15 1 I' It , , L L9 3 - ' 'SQ ,X 1, f ' ' f ff ' El lzfflf H ' I , K 1' - r .r wr- . ? - gf n ' NNW vb? ., . ' - . as r ,ld I. , . we T - r , 5 ' ,- 5 4 ' Jeanette Grantham Bobby Jean Hubbard Robert Nelson Damel Kinsey Maureen Manley Betty Nall Bruce Childress Rufus Walker BAN Eat, drink, and make merry!!! The annual Prom and Banquet was held April 13th at the Paradise Beach Hotel. The Banquet consisted of delicious fried chicken, which was enioyed by everyone. The Tropicai Room was arrayed in all it's splendor. QUET x XA The speakers table. President Avinger pre- pares to address the merrymalcers on behalf of the senior class. Refreshments between dances! an it ,V ,L QA. ' i PROM KING AND QUEEN Donald Butler, Lorraine Steele PROM To the smooth, romantic music of Bob Silces and his orchestra, students and faculty members danced gracefully across the floor. The prom was greatly enioyed by everyone. ii D a,' I he fqcu lr 'nerr 'V 'ni yl7lqA,ing7 S 'he Dv MAY DAY JK' rf-ix izuwfx L' THE 4 H COURT 3:2 fi fun- Broox Holmes Mary Alice Benton D A P H N E ALA B A M A KING AND QUEEN FOLEY COURT Betty Helton Delores Mlckelson Barbara Ann Dudley Pearl Lcpscomb Page Thomas Rachael Flower Gurl Ruta Jean Calloway Q I 9 4 .S Q 'fa A T 1 s ' ra, -. hs, wb 'r bent, Uf fab bm, Cn D The senlor class once agaln returned to their chaldhood before embarkmg upon their worldly lourney Kids Day gave them an opportunity to act and dress luke the lnttle kids they once were and stall yearn to be The unfortunate town of Falrhope was theur destlnatnon swammmg, bowling dancing slcatlng and generally cutting up was their oblectnve And the ObIeCflVe was reachedlll f' IW! 2? QQ!" L W Iddo babes I Afg hfwe Cure I i Gone wlld agclnlll if r E4 lt's thusaway gurls' an I ..I S E N I 0 F R C L A S S P L A Y -+:"..'.-' Moiolces coniures up a bear out of the mystic void. CAST DICK . . . .... . . Broox Holmes SALLY . . . . Edwena Brooks JANE . . . . . Betty Stocks MIKE .... . . Jimmy Reynolds MRS. FLUMM . . . . Georgette Sharretts DELORES .... . . Mary Lou Lashbrook MRS. GORMERLY .... ..... M ary Bryant MR. GORMERLY ...... .... J erry Allen SIR REGINALD FOMLSBEE . . . . Maniel Marquardt DEWITT HEWITT ..... . . . .... Gerald Flirt OTTO .......... .......... H Cl'OId Avinger YOUNG LADIES . . . . - - . - Anna Marie Weiss, Mildred Lewis YOUNG MAN . . . ................. Jimmie Shafer "Learn your lines!" Mrs. Britton's favorite theme. The mid- century senior class play was the product of Iong hours of rehearsal on part of cast and directors alike. The finished product was one of the best senior class plays ever to be presented at the Foley High School Auditorium. It was enioyed by a throng of spellbound observers on the night of April 28th. Diclc explains his word association theory! A A ' e"f'd'P ii Rose water H O4 and broken test tubes THE CLASS OF THE FLYING FINGERS' ,Cu X Q50 Mx f .30 'Tl V Q . 1 I Q Ice cream, cokes, and broken bottles. The bride and groom! Sadie Hawkins Day. 'FTW .miS:'fi'i'-1 337, ' i ' 1 ii' , ,F ,..1. 'ff Ji '- f""mQs Swing yo' podner! Hubba! Women! And the band played on! , l LEST WE FORGET M Bryant our departed Ag Teacher who was not only a teacher but a counselor and friend to all Best Wxshes HATTIES RESORT Best W1shes SHOP the graduatmg Class of 1950 Women s Apparell GULF TELEPHONE FOLEY ALABAMA COMPANY Congratulauons to "Bon Voyage and the Class of 1950 Best W1shes." FOLEY SHOE SHOP FOLEY ALABAMA 7101111 13010102 vioioioioi ri viuioioioioini 12112010201 ri li vi rioioinio Rand, Poll Parrot, and Star Brand Shoes FOLEY ALABAMA J .. . at A 3 , A TQ . 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Best Wxshes to the Senxors If 14-1014 24:14 Z4 11 14 1o14x1o:ci01011i4 QMIMIO from COMPLIMFNTS OF DOERING TIRE AND SUPPLY Greer s Grocery COMPANY KAISER FRAZER HEATS AND VEGETABLES Agency FOL EY ALABAMA FOLEY ALABAMA Comphments of THE ONLOOKER MARINE SERVICE Baldwm County s Most Wxdely Read Newspsper FOLEY ALABAMA BLUE HEAVEN SERVICE STATION Pure O11 Products FOLEY ALABAMA DFCKER ELECTR I C COMPANY E1eCmca1 supphes Records FOLEY ALABAMA I Foley, Alabama , i4 d CROSBY DRUGS Inc FOLEY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS FOLEY ALABA O FY ALABAMA Congratulations to the Midcentury Class 'A' HCLMES MEMDRIAL HCSPITAL FOLEY ALABAMA C g 1 ' y C pl' f who have helpe make us I . P. J. Steigerwald . A Complxmerxts of WALKER BROTHERS PLUVIBING and HEATING FOLFY ALABAMA Best wxshes ro :he SFNIOR CLASS BALDWIN 'VIUTUAL INSURANCE George Holk Comphmenrs of V J ELMORES 5 :Sz 10 CENT STORF FOLEY ALABAMA Congratulatxons and best w1shes BALDWIN TIRE STORE Home of Goodyear Tues Kelvmator Refrxgerators and Sportmg Goods FOLEY ALABAMA Comphments of CHARLES ,I EBERT Insurance Real Estate FOLEY ALABAMA Best Wlshes RANEY RADIO SERVICE Easy wsshrrrg Msshrrrss FOLEY ALABAMA Congrarulauon from LINTON RADIO SERVICE Radno repau work FOLEY ALABAMA Compliments of COMMUNITY CROCERY H E Massey Prsprrsrsr FOLEY ALABAMA vioiozoiozcrzozcxxcaifnzcrxoxrrxozcmzcrxfvzozoxoxoxfx3r3w1r3ce 14'3'i 1 . L A FOLEY ALABAMA i v v l - 1 . - , . 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FOLEY ALABAMA FOLEY ALABAMA ,211 -14 1 '14-1 vi viuioivioi :ox-rxu?-limi -111--14 2. 11 up -3-141141111 v nn.-1 X1 o 0 0 W 010101 vi vicrixvirieririwrianiarifl ri rivioioioi fini ri ricrioinioioioioif 10101 rZfvjtrZrvif114 Z4,11bi47i4r1lvi1 Compliments of GEORGE SALLEYS Real Estate GULF SHORES ALABAMA Compliments of STACEYS DRUG STORE Prescriptions Rexall Products FOLEY ALABAMA Best Wishes Congratulation to the SENIOR MAY' S GRUCERY from Canned Goods Vegetables HARTFORD FARMS FOLEY ALABAMA FOLEY ALABAMA Compliments of HAMMONU APARTMENT Best Wishes ENGELS DEPARTMENT COURT STORE GULF SHORES ALABAMA ELBER-I-A ALABAMA Congratulations Best Wishes to the from Mid Century Class HERMAN DOEGE LEX THEATER ELBERTA ALABAMA ELBE-I--I-A ALABAMA Congrotulohons To the Closs of 50 THE SCHOQL STORE BOOKS CANDY DRINKS V N SAHL N OLEY ALA AMA BEST WISHES TO THE SENIORS OF 1950 i' CARL STOCKES FOLEY ALABAMA Ioioioiarioioilrioioilrioicvicricrioi ri 1010302 rioioifrimrifsiaxioioioioioia niojozojoiojoioioioi riozoiol rx rioiozojozox rioiniaiox 50:41 rx rx ni :xoxox 1101 ri +101 rx vin: :xox fx xx 10101 sg 4:01 . - 4 H A i n I T' n . 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