Gainesville High School - Hurricane Yearbook (Gainesville, FL)

 - Class of 1951

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X HlS1lll1U O Lets take a stroll down Memory Lane R member In 1945 when we zoomed unto the flrst year at G H S 7 Wasn t at fun actmg as nf we were grown up? Most of us felt bug but looked small at G H S an the seventh grade The fall semester rolled around agam and the eighth grade proved to be one of dashmg at the clang of the bell to our next class Our twelve smart stu dents who were elected to the Junnor Honor Society were Elarne Arthur Betty Jo Brabham Nadine Cobb Pattn Mathews Lenora Penmsn Maree Rodgers Ann Peters Joyce Wilson Barbara Shea Leona Starling Furman Wallace and Barbara Wnlson Betty Jo Brab ham won the D A R award and Charlotte Thomas and George Smuth were guven the cntuzenshlp awards Then there was the tame when our magorettes were fnrst elected We were really proud of Dara and Edwuna as they strutted across the fneld for theur fsrst tnme Follownng an theur footsteps were Blanche Sco fleld Jean Allen and Earlene Phnllups Remember how the gurls nn Home Ec would make everybody hungry when they cooked one of thenr tempting meals? Few wnll forget the tradntnonal Sophomore pucnuc at Magnesla Springs Fun wasnt lt7 The pranks we played on those standing so-o-o close to the pool' Remember when we took those Bnology field trups to the Unnverslty the water plant and the Devll s Mull Hopper? The Idea of course was to study biology but well most of us qot sidetracked Our gunuor year was a happy one wnth our goal nearer In sught One of the mann hnghllghts of that year was the successful Junior Play Many of farthful juniors worked almost day and mght to on Dangerous Nan McGrew Remember the we had workung on the decoratuons for the prom OUI' Ll UI1 an banquet? How the sensors talked about the deep sea theme and the floor show at the prom' The junlors who had compuled an average of mnety In theur soph omore and jumor years and were outstanding IH char acter servlce leadershnp and scholarshup were elected to the Sensor Honor Socuety The Comet staff really worked hard to ednt those few sssues of our newspaper but they were well worth therr time and effort 1950 ourselves seniors The annual staff began work early to put out the 1951 Hurrucane Band and chorus gave a wonderful concert whnch really showed what fune musuc talent we have un GH S Well we en yoyed goung to the football games anyway' Memorles of the 50 Homecommg football game stnll lrnger the Alumnu Banquet and bonfire pep rallues decorations floats parade and last but not least the bug game Barbara Anne Wnlson and Orion Davis made a wonderful kung and queen to reign over the Homecommg Kid day brought us back agam to our chuldhood days where most of us lost our dlgmty only to regaln the grown up look for our graduation 1951 brought the best year of our school lrfe' As we fnnlsh our stroll we remember all the happy times that we the class of 1951 have had at G H S and we cherush the precuous memories of our Alma'Mater Q31 x X fllll- XX , ' l K I I ll lf' e, . . . . D t - ' ' 11 '11 f , ' , , A I 1951 meant progress because most of us could call I I I 21 I

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SElllllllS and SElIHEllllllES .rv ,, JOYCE CHARLENE WILSON "Jo" fxh' rntttee Arnbatncn, Beautxczan , Yi ,tif NOT PICTURED BETTY SUE ALVAREZ "Alvarez" Her frzendly smlle has won her many friends. Chorus l2' FHA lO DCT l2 Ambition' Cole e LEWIS DUNCAN Lou Aways on the go DCT Club ll l2 Ambmorm Forestry JAME' BROWNIE DUNN d r and ose eyes' Hu Y IO l I2 Speec Ats ll l2 Parlmamentary Procedure ll l2 Am bntxon Bridge Builder DEAN EVANS Peaches She says what she thmks Dancmg Club lO Study Club lO Home Room Secretary lO Ambutnon To re tyre at twenty hon Gxrs ABOVE MRS ISABEL BROWN Q ., tlwraklng wears out the bravn, l have no fear, Home Room Sec 8, ll Chorus llg Jr. Honor Soclety 8, 9 Llorarx Staff 8 GAA lOg Raven Club l2g DCT l2 V-Pres. l2, Music Club llg Pep Club 125 Prom Com- JEAN MCCAIN Graduated ln February. Entered Florida State Unwer sity in Tallahassee NIMROD WELLS Entered nn February l95l from Ketterlnnus Hugh School St Augustme Florida DCT Club l2 Ambl 145 Secretary T BELOW MRS NORMA ROBINSON Secretary 20 tt ll, , , . . l Q . . l ' . , . ' ' 1 ' , E ' 2 I ' ll. I Tall, ., lf, th , '. , 1 , 5 h r , 5 ' , . - ,gs - , , fi'-"EW, 3 je vw, ' . Fr 5 nf' 2 ' f g ", K 14 A 'ning' In

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IIIHSS llllll CLASS WILL We the Senror Class of 1951 havrng mrraculously brrllrant and sound mrnds do hereby present our last wrll and testament' JEAN ALLEN leaves her rut down Unrversrty Avenue to Nellre Hall CECILIA ADAMS leaves her curly locks to Kath aryn Martrn ELEANOR ALLEN leaves her abrlrty to know whrch man she wants to Anne Selle who never can make up her mrnd BETTY SUE ALVAREZ leaves her stage frrght to Glenda Garrett ELAINE ARTHUR leaves her prrvrleges to Jake Lrndz meyer we hear he takes em anyway SONNY ADAMS leaves hrs wrnnrng way wrth wo men to Brll Passan BOBBY ALLEN leaves hrs darlrng drmples to Jed Cook JACK ARKELL leaves hrs sarcastrc comments to be forgotten DON BAILEY leaves hrs actrng abrlrty to next year s play cast BARBARA BAKER leaves to become an Alumna L N BECKHAM leaves hrs spontaneous remarks to Pop to keep the burldrng hot BETTY JO BRABHAM leaves her salesmanshrp abrl rty to Martha Mrller FRANKLIN CAMPBELL leaves JEANETT CHESHIRE leaves her hearty laugh to Syl vra Wester ELTON COWART leaves hrs moments of srlence to Roger Seckrnger rn hopes rt wrll tone hrm down BETTY DAVID leaves her hrgh notes to Harry Jamer son ORION DAVIS leaves hrs football spot to Arthur Croy but he takes Babs wrth hrm BUDDY DEAN leaves at long last SADIE DISAKER left at the mrddle of the year' BROWNIE DUNN leaves hrs Casanova ways to Mrke Coullras as rf he needs em LEWIS DUNCAN leaves wrth bells on MAGGIE EDDY leaves her tremblrng knees rn Speech to Wayne Smrth DEANIE EVANS leaves her large vocabulary to Lorre Blodgett DONALD EVEY leaves hrs physrque to George Shan e NORMA FREEMAN leaves her abrlrty to seek all and know all to Ann Sanders JOHN GLENN leaves hrs motorcycle to Vrctor Wrl lrams so he won t have to drrve Barbara s car BARBARA GYLES leaves her quret ways to Barbara Mosely to tone her down DAVID HART leaves hrs Vrrgrnra drawl to Ferrell Asbell who has one all hrs own J G HAUFLER leaves never to be forgotten JUANA JEAN HAYES and ANN HAWKINS leave therr farthful brcycles to Velma Lrnk KENNETH HILL leaves hrs many methods of makrng norse to John Sprrngstead so that there wrll never be a srlent moment TOMMY HOLDER leaves hrs bashtulness to Fred Fagan JOHN HOLLEY leaves hrs eye for the basket to Don ald Howell FRANK HOLTON leaves hrs lazrness to Gene Brown rng rn hopes rt wrll slow hrm down SOPHIE GEORGIADES leaves because everyone else as ETHEL HOWARD leaves her quret ways to Janell Verr MARY HULION leaves her D C T work at Belk Lrnd se BILL HUSSEY leaves hrs flamrng red harr and freck les to Bobby Jernrgan J C HOLLY leaves hrs pretty black curls to Helene Fernandez TERRY JACKSON leaves sweet and rnnocent ways to Brlly Knrght Can he use EM? BETTY JAMES 2 431 rrdes on the school bus are be queathed to Jean Wrlson BIRK JORDAN leaves hrs physrque to Phrllrp Hrll SHIRLEY LARRICK wrlls her artrstrc abrlrty to Betty Strrckland JEAN McCAlN leaves all the shorthand she drdnt do to Barbara Hague ' , I y. l " ' ' . LUTHER HooKreaveSG.H,s.fOfrhe rsaglfuerwofld. I - rr . 22

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