Gamaliel High School - Round Up Yearbook (Gamaliel, KY)
- Class of 1950
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Mary Mitchell Rhoton
Charles William Dyer
Anita Rose Bean
Reviel Jean Ward
Born. . May 18, 1932
Attended elementary and 4 years high
school at G H S Member of F H A ,
Chorus and Pep Club Cartoonist of
Campus Crier, Art Editor of Annual
Staff Took part in Junior and Se
Born February 18, 1932
Attended elementary school at Rad
Hill 4 years of high school at G H S
Member of F H A ,and Pep Club.Report
er of Campus Crier Literary Editor
of Annual Staff Took part in Senior
Born March 9, 1930
Attended el mentary schoolat Corinth
Tenn and Rocky Hill 4 years ofldgh
school at G H S Member of FEA. club
Took part in Senior play
Born July 3, 1933
Attended elementary school at Ebe
nezer and Gamaliel Completed 4 years
high school at G H S Member of FHA,
Chorus and Pep Club Reporter of the
Campus Crier Literary Editor of the
Annual Staff Took part in Seniorphy
Attended elementary school at Flippin
4 years of high school at G H S las
Member of ball squad, F F A Club,
Secretary 2 yrs Production Manager
of Campus Crier and Annua1Staft Took
part in Senior play
Born May 30, 1930
Attended elementary school at Sugar
Grove, 2 years of h1gh schoolat Hal
leck Hall, Louisvil1e,Ky 2 years at
G H S Took part in Senior play
Born March 23, 1932
Attended elementary school atlattaon
Ill , and Gamaliel 4 years of high
school at G H S Member of F H A and
Pep Club Took part in Senior play
Born July 24,1934
Attended elementary school at Walnut
Grove 4 years of high school at G
H S Member of F F A Production Mmx
ager of Junior Paper Staff Took part
in Junior and Senior plays
layne Do1ning.... ...Born...................Juna 20 1931
Joyce Virgin1a Marsh
Ud1th Marion Bryant
Born .. May 8, 1930
Attended elementary school at Flip-
pin and Gamaliel 4 years of high
school at G H S Member of F H A ,
and Pep Club Reporter A Production
Manager of Junior Paper Staff Took
part in Junior and Senior plays
Born . September 15, 1931
Attended elementary school at Akenr
vi11e,Sonora,Flippin,d Gamaliel 4
years of h1gh school at G H S Mem
ber of Pep C1ub,F H A ,Pres one yr
Took part in Junior and Senior play
Reporter and Production Manager of
Junior Paper Staff
Born October 15, 1932
Attended elementary school at Wal
nut Grove 4 yrs at G H S Member of
F H A ,Reporter of Campus Crler Pep
Club 8 Chorus member, Music Student
Class Reporter of Annual Staff
Born April 22, 1932
Attended elementary school at Wal
nut Grove 4 yrs of hlgh school at
G H S Member of F H A ,Reporter 1
year ,Pep C1ub,d Chorus,MusicSuxknt
C1TCUl8ti0D Manager of Campus Crier
Reporter of Annual Staff Took part
in Senior play
Born June 15, 1932
Attended elementary A h1gh schoolat
Gamaliel Member of F H A ,Vice-Eres
1 year,Pep Club,V1ce Pres one year
G Chorus Circulation Manager of dm
Junior Paper Staff Literary Editor
of Annual Staff Took part inSenior
Born October 13, 1932
Attended elementary school at Tracy
Creek,Belview 8 Lick Branch, Tenn ,
Bolin School,Sullivan,Ill , Bethany
Ill ,Glasgow Q Gamallel 4 years of
h1gh school at G H S Member of Pep
Club,Cheerleader 1 yr ,F H A Pres
1 yr ,Reporter 1 yr , and Chorus
Took part in Junlor 8 Senlor Plays
Reporter of Junlor Paper Staff
Born November 4, 1932
Attended elementary school at Unlon
H111 4 years of high school at
G H S Member of Pep Club F H A ,
and Chorus ClFCUl8Bi0H Manager of
Junior Paper Staff Llterary Editor
of Annual Took part in Senlor play
William C. Harlin..
Virginia Mae Bray..
.Born.........................March 2, 1930
Attended elementary schod.at Summer Shade,
Holly Hill, Union Hill. 4 years of High
School at G.H.S.Member of Pep Club, Cheer-
leader 2 years, Vice-Pres. 1 yr. Chorus,
and F.H.A.,Pres. l yr.Editor of Junior and
Senior Paper Staff. Co-Editor of Annual
Staff. Took part in Junior and Senior
Plays. Valediotorian of Senior Class.
Ambition .... . ............. . .... ..Housewife
. ...Born....... ...... . .... .......Apri1 19, 192
Attended elementary and high school at Ga-
maliel. Member of F.F.A. club, President
l yr., Reporter 1 yr., and Junia'Sportsman
Club, President 1 yr. Sports-Editor o Cam-
pus Crier. Feature-Editor of Annual Staff.
Took part in Junior and Senior plays. Sa-
lutatorian and President of Senior Class.
Ambition ....... ........ Agriculture Teacher
Born.. ................... February 25, 1930
Attended elementary school at Sugar Grove
and Gamaliel. 4 years of high school at
G.H.S. Member of F.F.A. Club, Vice-Pres.l
year, Junior Sportsman Club, Vice-Pres.one
year. Production Manager of Campus Crier
and Annual Staff. Took part in Junior and
Senior plays. Vice President of the Senior
Ambition... ............. Commercial Teacher
Born ...................... February 5, 1931
Attended elementary and high school at Ga-
maliel. Member of F.H.A., Chorus, and Pep
Club. Reporter of Campus Crier. Co-Editor
of Annual. Sect. and Treas. ofthe Senior
Class. Took part in Junior and Seniorplays
Ambition. ............ .Hillbilly Radio Star
. ....Born.......... .... .........October 5, 1931
Attended elementary and high school at Ga-
maliel. Member of F.H.A. Vice-Pres. one
year, Pep Club, Vice-Pres. one year, and
Chorus.Circulation Manager of Junior Paper
Staff. Feature Editor of Annual. Took part
in Junior and Senior plays.
Ambition .... . .......... .Medical Technician
Born ......... . .......... September 17, 1930
Attended elementary school at Sugar Grove
and Gamaliel. Four years of high school
at G.H.S. Member of F.F.A. Club,Ball squad
Production Manager of Campus Crier and the
Annual Staff. Took part in Junior and the
Ambition. ......... . ........ . ........ Farmer
Walter Leroy Curtis
Born Octobe 24, 1930
Attended elementary school at
Mt L1on,Ky ,Heavyside School
Kempton, Ill , Tompklnsville,
Hickory Grove and Gamaliel
completed 4 years high school
at G H S Member of F F A Re
porter 2 years Cartoonlst of
Campus rier Art Editor f
Annual Took part in Junlor
and Senlor plays
Born March 28, 1932
Attended elementary school at
Flippln 4 years hlgh school
at G H S Member of ball squad
Junlor Sportsman club,dF H A
Treas 2 years Sports Editor
of Campus Crier and Annual
Staff Took part in Senlor
Attended elementary and four
years hlgh school at Gamallel
Lember of F H A ,Pep Club,and
chorus Reporter 8 Circulation
Manager of Campus Cr1er Took
part in Senior play
Born September ll, 1931
Attended elementary school at
Flippin 4 years of high school
at G H S Member of Pep Club,
F H A , Historian one yr, and
Chorus, Sec 6 Trees one year
Reporter of Junlor Pape1'Staff
Took part in Senlor play
Born December 23, 1931
Attended elementary school at
Iraa Iill 25 years of high
school at Fountain Run, A one
year at G H S Member of ball
squad Sports editor of the
Annual Staff Took part in the
As it is now 1960 and this 18 the first time I have been back to Gr
maliel High School since the year 1950 I stop to think of all that has
happened to the Seniors of '49 50, as gaze at our pictures in the Hall
Ruth Evelyn Agere is now married to Ed Carter, and a mother of
daughter, Pattalynn Her husband is manager of a great firm,South Cent
ral Kentucky Fruit Farm, which has recently entered Fountain Run, Ky
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Elizabeth Wilkerson... ....Born............March 2, 1982
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GAMALIEL HIGH SCHOOL
In 1950 a four year Hlgh School was establ1shed mston White was prin
cipal with four assistants In 1955 the county Board of Education took over
the Independent D1str1ct of Gamal1e1, merglng four rural schools and forming
the present onsolidated School of Gamaliel In co operation with the W P A
and the estahllshment of a S1Uk1Dg fund by the ounty Board, funds were se
cured to bulls Gamal1el's present buxldlng Th1S bu1l lng was erec EG in 19
36 at n approxlmate cost of 545,000 o whlch the W P A
and the County Board of Education the rema1ning 011,000
erection of this bu1ld1ng the County Board was composed
bers Paul Lyon, v0 Supt ,W J Head, Chairman, A M
At the time of the
of the following mem
Carter, Vice Chair
man, J L Conkin, B H Brandon, and H M Parcue
was made an
school term of 1037 with Keene Williams as
A Class accredited school redit for promotion, enlarging, and
of the school was due largely to the efforts of Supt Paul Lyon
principal, the school
school year of 1937, commercial work was first taught In 1938 39
Home Economics and Vocational Agriculture were added
In January 1948 Edwin Steen assumed the dut1es of pr1ncipa1sh1p of the
school after the resignation of Carlos High, and has attalned that position
up until the present time At this date, the school has a faculty consisting
of 14 teachers and an enrollment of 358 students Sin e the school oecame a
senior high school, there have been two hundred forty six graduates
The present County Board consists of the fOllOUlnb members E P Harlan
County Superintendent, Fred Johnson, halrman, Paul Carter, P B Scott, J L
onkin, and Owen Holland
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RENILL JEAN WARD JOHN MARSH
While thinking of Ruth, I see her partner, Jessie Ilene Eowles,who
is now Mrs Leonard Bartley, and the proud mother of UWIHS, named Kerry
and Sherry Her husband 15 manager of the Better Logs 5 Lumber company,
a very successful business 1n MISSIDP1 and LOU1B18H8
Whlle looking at these p1ctures, I think of AHlt8 Bean who 1S now
the happy and contented wife of Flynn Copass He 18 the sheriff ofibun-
tain Run and 1S trylng to enforce the law as best he can She 18 run
n1ng a very successful School of Reduclng for Fat People
The bell gust rang and I real1zed I was looking at Vlfgihla Bray's
QICCUFG She 15 a famous med1cal te hUlC18H w1th the John Hopk1ns New
Clinlc in New York She has invented a new bubblegum Wh1Ch will soon
make her more famous than ever, but she 18 g1VlHg all of this up in the
near future to marry David M1ller They are 1nvit1ng everyone in lonroe
County to attend the wedd1ng
LOOKlDg 1nto one of V1rgin1a's bubbles I see another classmate who
is a famous stenographer for the governor of Texas at the present t1me
Th1s is none other than Udith Bryant She is now on a campaign with the
As I th1nk of Texas I see another classmate who 18 now a famous
dress des1gner She is now known as Mrs Joe Bernard Miller, but we all
knew her as June Clark She 18 now dSSignlDg dresses for the Copeland
firm She recently returned from a style show 1n Par1s, France
SlHC9 Elv1n and Mable now l1ve on that farm he always wanted Iknow
he 1S happy with h1s lovely w1fe and two ch1ldren H16 farm 18 located
in Arkansas where the land 18 very productive
A classmate usually seen with Elvin 1n the old days was Leroy Cur
tls He 18 now the greatest commerclal artist ln the Unlted States
is the most eleg1ble bachelor 1n New York and he 15 working w1th John
Wh1tcomb, another famous artlst
bP08dC8SL1Hg over all N B C statlons and has currently been featured
on Arthur Godfrey's telev1s1on show She frequently enterta1ns for her
frlends from Monroe County
Wayne Downlng 1S now manager of the Boston Red Sox and he anddbyce
Marsh flnally got marrled Joyce 1S Wayne'a secretary s1nce he has so
much fan mall to answer 310 she doesn't want to g1Ve up her career
currently h8V1Hg a w1nn1ng streak are the New Yo k Yankees managed
by Donald Downing who 1nher1ted a m1ll1on dollars from a very wealthy
FGIELIVE He won't fall 1n love with any g1rl because he 18 afra1d she
18 after his money
Someone Just threw a rock through a W1Hd0l and thls made me think
of Charles Dyer and his l1brary He 18 head of the publ1c librarles in
New York and Ch1C85O He f1nally marrled the redhead from Bug Tussleand
they lead a qu1et life 1n the llbraries
Belng very qu1et 10 a llbrary makes me thlnk of Hollls Gomdwho was
always the quietest girl 1n our class She operates a oaby sitting firm
1n LOUlSV1ll9, Kentucky and she 1S gett1ng very wealthy She hasadopted
ten b8b16S so far
Monroe county 15 one of the most product1ve COUUt16S 1n Kentucky
slnce William Harl1n 15 now the Agrlculture Teacher of both theTompk1n
sville High School and Gamal1el H1gh School Nlna Burnette is still pa
tiently wa1t1ng around for h1m to marry her, but he 18 gett1ng too set
tled in his ways and I think he 18 going to be content Just be1ng anold
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the most exclusive night club in Chicago. She has been engaged lO Thmes
but the success has been too much for her and she will never emtle4imn
to being a housewife.
John Marsh is now living in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the manager of
the DuPont Plant in Old Hickory, Tennessee. He sees that only the best
nylon is used in the making of hose for the women of Monroe County.
After breaking all the girls hearts, Morris Proffitt is still single,d
he has a job as chief accountant for Harvey's Department Store. Morris
obtained a job for Mitchell Rhoton as clerk in the Infant's Wear Dept.
at Harvey's. Mitchell is going steady with the Professor of Sociology
at George Peabody in Nashville.
Marjorie Ritter is now none other than Mrs. Ollis Proffitt. She andlmr
husband own a large farm of l0,000 acres and they have four children.
She has become well known for her famous butterscotch pie recipetut it
is a secret to everyone but her.
Mrs Billie Gene Phillips, nee Nita Rowland, is living in Tompkinsvila
where her husband is candidate for circuit judge of the ninth judicial
district Mrs Phillips is very gracious as a hostess as she and Billy
Gene entertain all the politicians quite often
Heading the Soil Conservation program in Monroe and adjoining counties
is James Russell He has just perfected a rust proof grass for all the
farmers of Monroe County, and he is soon to go to Europe todo research
Dorothy Smith is married to a prosperous farmer of Clay County,Tennes-
see, he is a mechanic in his spare time Dorothy and ber husband have
a set of twins and a lot of stray dogs, cats, and 20 rabbits They will
soon go into the rabbit business
Jean Holland Turner and her husband, Arnold are living in Florida
their luxurious hotel, The Everglades They have a private yacht and
airplane and they are planning on flying to Italy on their secondlnney
Reviel Hard is a registered nurse and she is working 1n the St Joseph
Hospital in Lemphis, Tennessee The young internes all call rer their
NSouthern Belle from Kentucky,nbut she is still carrying a torch for
her flame of high school days
The last picture I look at is of myself, nlizabeth Wilkerson I have
a home in alifornia and am very happy with my husband, Billie Foley
Billie raises all sorts of citrus fruits and I am a registered nurse,
at the General Hospital in Los Angles
We, the Seniors of HSOU, being of usual unsound mind and in good
health on this First day of May, 1950, do hereby will and bequeath our
unearthly property as hereunder stated
To Gamaliel High School, a beautiful picture of ourselves to be hung
in the hall and admired by the future classes, and our initials carved
To Mr Steen, all spare paper wads not used in class, and all know
ledge of Bugology
To Mr Carder, all of our used jokes and knowledge of Agriculture
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To Mr Agers, one large bottle of Hadacol for next year's team
To Mrs Downlng, all our excuses for not having our assignments and
our appreciation for Shakespeare
To Mrs Turner, our appreciat1on for all her help and encouragement
during our high school years
To Miss Bryant, all typing errors, unfinlshed budgets, also 1 twang
To Mrs Masters, all calories left over from cook1ng class and all
our housekeeping problems
To Mrs Thompson, more students as devoted as Elalne Turner
I, Ruth Evelyn Agere, do bequeth my interest 1n Fountain Run boysto
Eva Dean Myers
An1ta Bean, do bequeath my shortness to Elease Poynter
Jessle Bowles, do bequeath mg ability to make A's to Jimmie Ford.
Udlth Bryant, do bequeath my Jolly ways to Margie Lee Crowe
Virginia Bray, do bequeath my unusual spelling ability to Virgkna
June Clark, do bequeath my sense of humor to Mr Steen
Elvin Copass, do bequeath my manly ways to H B QCorndrillJ Corn-
Leroy Curtis, do bequeath my artistic ability to Edward Eakle
I, Donald Downlng, do bequeath my extra girlfriends to Rondal John
I, Wayne Downing, do bequeath my ability to make up silly poems
I, Charles Dyer, do bequeath my height to Elvert D Curtis
I, Hollis Goad, do bequeath my old maidish ways to Joyce Knight and
William Harlin, do bequeath my ability to pop gum to Kermit Kirby
Pern1e Harper, do bequeath my wavy hair to Delores Lee
John Marsh, do bequeath my meekness to Willie Cross
Joy e Marsh, do bequeath my sensitiveness to Denton Clemons
Margorle Ritter, do bequeath my ability to graduate at Christmas
the DGHIOFS of '5ln
I, Mitchell Rhoton, do bequeath my shyness to Norma Jean Crowe
I, N1ta Rowland, do bequeath my position as Cheerleader to Jean New
I, James Russell, do bequeath my ability to write soil conservation
essays to Keith Deckard
I, Morris Proffitt, do bequeath my ability to attract the girls
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I, Reviel Ward, do bequeath my friendliness to Nina Burnette
I, Elizabeth Wilkerson, do bequeath my alertness to Myrl Payne
The progress of the Senior Class of l95O has lndeed been great,
and now our aim is to reveal the events of most importance'Uuough
out our 4 years of high school Since we began our Freshman year
we have gained much knowledge, which will be most useful to us i
the future we are now about to face We now wish to explain some
of the happenings which we still remember today
In August of the 1946 47 school term, 33 half scaradamdnervous
young folks entered G H S wondering what hlgh school wouldbe l1ka
To us, this was a great adventure, even though a few of us were
slightly acquainted with the ways of h1gh school We green Fresh
men l1ked hlgh school fine and no one left us the flrst semester,
but at the beginning of the 2nd semester, Anita Bean left usto at
tend school 1n Louisville During these months we received anenor
mous amount of help and advice from a most wonderful sponsor, Mrs
Harry Ross Turner We were given the privilege of electing thefol
lowing offlcersa President William Harlin, V1ce Pres1dent Elvin
Copass, Sec and Treas MarJorie Ritter
In the fall of 1947, when vaca ion was over, 29 students retmwr
ed to G R S to begin the1r Sophomore year We were minus 4 of our
classmates s1nce Mary Evelyn Adams was married to Jesse Hale after
we finished our Freshman year, Bobby Hays, Jimmle G Mary B Russel
entered school at Tompkinsville A few weeks afte schoolkmd begun,
J C Witcher, from Red Boiling Spr1ngs,Jo1ned our class, but then
deserted us as did Junior Dyer before the term ended Since wewere
dumb Sophomores, we planned to study hard and learn lots We had
two grand sponsors durlng this term They were Mr Edwin Steen,who
left us to become Principal, and Mrs Louls Ross, who replaced Mr
Steen and contlnued w1th us throughout the year Our classcfT1cers
Sec and Treas June clark, Sergeant at Arms J C Wlt her
When the 1948 49 term rolled around, 26 Jolly Junlors weregres
ent to Legin a year of hard work We were rather Jolly because
were enterlng our 3rd year of Tlgh school work, feellng we had ac
complished a great deal during the past 2 years We lost two ofour
number, Betty Smith, who marr1ed Kenneth England, and Goldaimckard
who preferred housekeeping to school, was later marr1ed to Junior
Turner During the 2nd semester, Anlta Bean again Joined our class
We elected the followlng off1cers for the year President Donald
Downing, Vlce Pres1dent Wayne Downlng, nec d Treas Joyce Marsh
The highlight of our Junlor year was our play, Narandad Meets
Pal,' which was under the dlFeCLlOD of our grand sponsor,Lrs Geo
Downlng A much remenberedsdventure near the close of school, was
the trip to Florlda, which was most enJoyable except for the deep
sea fishing! It made almost everyone sick
In August of 1949, 26 Seniors enrolled for the last andgreatest
of the four years of our high school We were sorry to lose Holon
Crowe,who only came a few days, and Pauline England who, hav1ng
been bitten by the love bug, married Wallace Testers shortly after
we finished our Junior year Wmthin a few weeks we again hadib in
were: President--Virginia Bray, Vice-Presidentl-Donald Downing, G
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Vice President Jack England
Secretary Edith Eakle
Treasurer Nelda Goad
Reporter Eva Dean Myers
Assistant Reporter Rhoda Short
Reading from Left to Rlght
First Row Seated Mrs George Downlng, Sponsor, Chlorlne Rouse,
Nelda Goad,Eleese Adams,Patsy Ford,Nyla Holcomb, Bernlece Deckard
Second Row: e Van Craig, Eva Deen Myers, Dean Smith,Mable Wood,
Mildred Robinson, Rhoda Short, Eva Dean Arterburn,Margaret York.
Third Row: George Gerald, Rondal Thomas, Franklin Holland, Jack
England, Eduard Eakle.
President Rondal Johnson
Vice Pres1dent Geneva Phillips
Secretary Eldon Proffltt
Treasurer Nellesa Downing
Reporter Duane Curtis
Reading from Left to Right
First Row Seated Mrs Jasper Thompson, Sponsor, Blaine Turner,
Netta Thomas, Nellesa Downing, Dean Bartley, Wilma Brown, Jessie
Downing, Geraldean Smith
Second Row Louise Adams, Elvert urtis, Catherine Brown, Mable
Clemons, Dolores Lee, Fern Coffelt, Jean Brooks,Clara Nell Hale,
Third Row: Sue England, Billy Downing, Gertrude Gentry, Herlin
Crabtree, Robert Clemons, V1rgie Crows.
Fourth Row: Duane Curtis,Glen Bray, Charles Newport, Elmer Glen
Bean, Bobby Bailey, H. B. Cornwell.
Fifth Row: Rondal Johnson, Billie Gene Phillips, Duane Copass,
Gordon Brown, Billie Lee, Eldon Proffitt, Denton Clemons.
Absent: Geneva Phillips, Champ Hurd, Alpha England.
President Esmond Bartley
Vice President Sue Hollann
Secretary Mattie Wood
Treasurer Phyllis Holcomb
Reporter Elease Poynter
Reading from Left to Right
First Row Seated Phyllis Holcomb, Mary Edna Burnette, Ina Joyce
Burnette, Joyce Knight, Mattie Wood, Virginia Wheeler,lary Combs
Second Row Banna Rowland, Elease Poynter, Alyne Robinson,Jessi
Hays, Frances McDonald, Sue Lee, lr Edward Agers, Sponsor
Third Rows Sue Holland, Esmond Bartley, Nina Burnette, Henry
Smalling, Lolss Crabtree
Fourth Row Murl Payne, Kermit Kirby, Vlctor Smalling
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Read1ng from Left to nlght
First Row Joe Reed Downing, Bobby Burnette, Reed Burgess, Jeff Harlin
Jenkins, Joe Eagle Eubank, Ralph Burgess
Second Row Jimmie Ford, eagle Lee, Donald Gentry, Lax Ray, Faye Ryherd
Carolee Geralds, Shirley Rhoton, Judy Ann Jackson, Barbara Holland, and
Kenny 'ee BldFEG
Thlrd Row Mrs Bennett Lasters, Elghth Grade Sponsor, Jean Newport ,
Ruth Evelyn Ritter, Vargorxe Crowe, Mary Ann cloyd, Patr1cia Ann York,
Jimmie Neal Patterson, nrnest Proffitt, Kenneth Taylor, Norwood Nether
ton, Myrl Taylor, Miss Mary Bryant, Seventh Grade Sponsor
Fourth Roux Reba Arterburn, Vaughn 'D' Lee York, Laverne Brooke, Iva
Mae Bean, Modean Deckard, Delois Curtis, Virginia Craig, Wade Hatcher,
Junior Ford, James Wallace Deckard
Fifth Roux Ronald Dlckeraon, Willard Hale, Jean Harper, Maggie Deckard
Ruby Lee Deckard, Inez Craig, Jimmy Walden
Combs, Flaeaie Robinson, Dean Hale, Gladwell Turner, Juanita Smith
Seventh Row: R H Geralds, Bobby E Howard, Eugene Bean, Willie Cross,
Keith Deckard, Junior Hutcherson, Jean Brown, Herman Butler,Marie Crowe,
Sixth Row: Joe Gee, Dale Proffitt, Jean Hyatt, Jackie Simpson, 'Martha
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First Row Charles Austin, Roger Comer, Bobby Lee, Billy Joe Bean,
Holly Joe Holland, Wendell Nixon, George Earl Lee, Voris Comer,Ken
neth Goad, Ancil Proffitt
Second Row Patricia Ann Bean, Betty Jo Holland, Betty Sue Rhoton,
Deanie Cropper, Louise Taylor,Martha Lee, Elease Emberton, Patricia
Carol Masters, Wanda Jean Cropper, Masel Geralds, Bobby Strode
Third Row Leroy Jones, Russell Wright, Buena Burgess, Kathleen
Comer, Mary Jane Ford,Sandra Turner,June Owen, Freda Brooks, Martha
Sue Wilkerson, Valene Howard, Junior Copaas
Fourth Row Mrs Clyde England, Teacher of Fourth Grade, Geraldine
Wilson, Willa Dean Craig, June Holland, Alice Jo Spivey, Patsy Ray,
Lorene Thompson, Louis Likens, Jessie Pearl Deckard
Fifth Row Jackie Cropper, Charles Shockley, waymon Ferguson, Wyman
Copesa, William Lee, Eugene Thompson, Joyce Holland, Nell Lee
Sixth Row Eugene Hutcherson, Ed Hays Taylor,Dorothy Sue Patterson,
Jackie Ford, Charline Russell, Edwina Proffitt,Clarice Jean Copass,
George Perry Dockard
Seventh Rows Norvell Proffitt, Ronald Veach, Joe Brents Lee, Avery
Netherton, James Adams, Freeman Netherton, Milton Deckard, Kennie
Stover, Roger Hale, Mrs Winfred Cropper,Teacher of Fifth and Sixth
Eighth Rows Paul Lee, Rondal Howard, Dorothy Goad, Nile Butler,
Gladys Wanda Jackson, Veeda Hale, Ruby Parsley, Annette Bledsoe,
Bennie Fox, Raymon Likens, Roger Dickerson
Reading from Left to Right
First Row: Bobby Copass, Jimmy Dale Copass, Clarence Taylor, Billy Joe
Combs, Terry Hale, Odell Allen, Charles Hastings, Royce Hale, Billie
Grissom, Jerry Comer, Anson Proffitt, Larry Brandon
Second Row Bobby Jones, Nelda Gay Jones, Delva Mae Jones, Joyce Hale
Third Row: Mildred Copass,Faye Holland, Merlene Russell, Drusella Lee,
Clarice Hale, Christina Parsley, Wanda comer, Sue foward, Joyce Ford,
Wanda Cropper, Margie Ann Hale, Betty Carol Strode, Mary Ann Likens
Fourth Row Lavonne Proffitt,Brenda Emberton, Barbara Deckard,PriacoDa
Copass, Gene Ferguson,Louie Ford, Carol Copass, Lot Likens, Harlan Eng
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Fifth Rows Miss Ora Taylor, Teacher of First Grade, Patricia Crowe ,
Jackie Ned Rich, Jessie Shockley, Juanita Barlow, Ann Lee, Penelope
Tucker, Maggie Curtis, Douglas Patterson, Janice Copass, Cathern Rhoton
Darrell Myatt, Mac Ed Emberton,Clara Estella Brandon, Mrs Glen Jackson
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Sixth Row Barbara Crowe, nlva Mae Dickens, Brenda Hale, M1ldred Combs
Donald Reagan, Bobby Bean, Paul Geralds, Emma Dean Grindstaff, Glen
Jackson, Patsy Ford
Seventh Row: Margie Lou Allen, Billy Joe Comer, Clara Pruitt, Kitty J
Ferguson, Barton Holcomb, James Rich, Janetta Copass, Barbara Cropper,
Betty Jean Turner, Janice Proffitt, Alfred W Taylor
Eighth Roux J T Jones, Betty Jean Bean, Winford Taylor, William Bar
ton, Vickie Faye Masters, Roger Likens, Donald Parsley, Shelvy Jean
Deckard, Lue Ree Russell, Modella Rhoton, Joe Copass, Billy Carder
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Reading from Left to Right
First Row Mary Mitchell Rhoton, Reporter, Leroy Curtis,
Cartooniat, Jeanie Bowles, Ed1tor 1n chief, Pernie Harper,
Cartoonist, William Harlin, Sports Edltor
Saco d Row Hollis Goad, Reporter, Donald Downing, Sports
Third Row Geraldine Deckard, Reporter, Udith Bryant,
Circulation Manager, Joyce Marsh, Reporter
Fourth Roux Wayne Downing, Elvin Copass and James Russell,
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came upon the ldea of wrltlng thelr own show
with spologies to different comedians a w1th some help,they
composed the show that was given on October 41,1949 nach member
of the class had a part Twenty characters played the part of
colored musicians The cast was composed of two children, fat
d1CL8LOP181 Negro Mammy,and good for UOth1Dg Pappy together wlth
the white ranch owner and h1s fiancee
Slnce the story was OPl5lD8l and the lines OiSCFlbUC8d anong
so many characters,only e15ht days of yFacu1CE were 166086, Much
hidden talent presented ltself 10 the form of sol l t ,harmonica
players, Jews harp players, Jug blowers, bangs and gu1tar play
era , etc
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JUNIOR PAPER STAFF
First Row: Mae Van Craig, Production Manager, Jack England,
Production Manager, Eva Dean Myers,Editor, Miss Mary Bryant,
Sponsor, Patsy Ford, Editor, George Geralds, Production Man
ager, Mildred Robinson, Production Manager
Second Row Nelda Goad, Reporter, Nyla Holcomb, Repor
Elense Adams,Reporter, Mable Wood, Reporter, Chlorine Rouse,
Third Row Berniece Deckard, irculation Manager,Dean Smith
Circulation Manager, Eva Dean Arterburn,Circu1ation Manager,
Margaret York, Circulation lanager,Rhoda Short, Circulation
Fourth Hou. Edward Eakle, Cartooniat, Edith Eakle, Cartoon
ist, Ronald Thomas, Sports Edltor, Franklln Holland, Sports
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President Nita Rowland
Secretary Nellesa Downing
Reporter Udith Bryant
Reading from Left to Right
Vice President June Clark
Treasurer Geneva Phillips
Historian Elaine Turner
First Row Seated: Hrs Bennett Masters, Sponsor, Elaine Turner, Nellesa
Downing, June Clark,Nita Rowland, Geraldean Smith,Udith Bryant, Virginia
Second Row: Nelda Goad,Jean Brooks,Patsy Ford, Nyla Holcomb,Elase Adams
Betta Thomas, Jessie Hays, Clara Nell Hale
Third Row: Louise Adams,V1rginia lheeler,lae Van Craig, Catherine Brown
Frances McDonald, Dean Bartley, Wilma Broun, layrane Rhoton
Fourth Row Sue England, Betty Sue Lee, Edith Eakle, lable lood, lary
Combs, Ina Joyce Burnette, Fern Coffelt, lattie Wood
Fifth Bows Mary Edna Burnette, Dolores Lee, Berniece Dockard, Elease
Poynter, Alyne Robinson, Joyce Marsh, Mildred Robinson, Joyce Knight
Sixth Row: Phyllis Holcomb, Elizabeth Wilkerson,Hevie1 lard,Sue Holland
Geraldine Deckard, Gertrude Gentry, Banna Rowland, Virgie Crows, Hollis
Seventh Row Mable Wood, Nina Burnette, Kitchell Rhoton,Jessie Downing,
Pernie Harper, Ruth Evelyn Agers
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President William Hsrlin
lice Pres1dent Wayne Downing
Secretary James Russell
Treasurer Donald Downing
Reporter Leroy Curtis
Reading from Left to Right
Flret Row Leroy Curtis, Wayne Downing, William Harlin,
James Russell, Donald Downing, Mr Morris Carder,Advisor
Second Row Jack England, Kermit Kirby, Evert Curtis,
Glen Bean, Rondal Johnson, Glen Bray, Gordon Brown,Bobby
Third Row: Denton Clemons, Billie Downing, Herlin Crab
tree, H B Cornwell, Robert Clemons, John Marsh
Fourth Row: Victor Smalling, Elden Proffitt, George R
Gerald, Duane Curtis,Billie Gene Phillips,Esmond Bartley
Duane Copass, Billie Lee
Henry Smslling, Charles Newport, Lolus Crabtree
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Fifth Row: Elvin Copaes, Murl Payne, Rondal Thomas,
Reading from Left to Right
First Row Geraldine Wllson, Vickie Faye Masters, Sandra Turner,
'lara Estella Brandon, Freda Brooks,Kitty Jane Ferguson, Patricia
Ann las rs, Mr Wesley A Tucker, Music Teacher
Second Row: Judy Ann Jackson, June Holland, Wy opass, Laverne
Brooks, Jessie Wilson Downing, Joyce Holland rbara Holland
Third Row: Alice Jo Spivey, Franklin Holland,QJoe Reed Downing,
President Virginia Bray
Vice President Geraldine Deckard
Sec and Tres Margorie Ritter
Librarian Nita Rowland
Reporter June clerk
Reading from Left to Right
First Row Mayrene Rhoten, Mattie Wood, Berniece Deckard,
Dorothy Smith, Hollis Goad, June Clark, Nita Rowland, Udith
Bryant, Geraldean Smith.
Second Row: Sue Holland, Betty Sue Lee, Phyllis Holcomb,
Pernie Harper, Elizabeth Wilkerson, Joyce Marsh.
Third Roux Nellssa Downing, Nina Burnette, Jean Newport,
Ruth Evelyn Ritter, Geraldine Deckard, Virginia Bray,Jesaie
Wilson Downing, Jessie Ilene Bowles
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them in our Annual for 1949 1950
Reading from Left to Right
First Row Royce Hale, Joyce Hale, Robbie Janice and
Bobby James Copass
Second Row Willard Hale, Dean Hale, Patricia Ann York,
Vaughn 'D' Lee York, Ralph and Reid Burgess
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considering that only two regular first team men were back with us
this year They were Gene Philllps and Donald Downing le had some
good men to take the places of those that graduated Charles New
port, a sophomore, filled one of the guard positions Duane Copass
also a sophomore, took the position as center Franklin Holland, a
Junior, fllled the other forward position along with Phill1ps,until
he rece1ved a leg lngury which caused him to miss several games E
Bartley and Proffitt did a swell Job as substitutes
THE INDIVIDUAL SCORES WERE AS FCLLOWSS
The Gamaliel basketball squad was coached by Edward Agere Coach
Agers attended Lindsey Wilson College two years before the war After
returnlng from service he entered Tennessee Tech where he graduated
in August, 1949 He received his B S in Health and Physical Edu
cation at Tennessee Tech , and received a letter in Basketball t
both Colleges This was his first year as Coach and he did an
The T1gers scored a total of 1258 points, making an average of
44 3 points per game They were victors of eight games out of the
twenty eight they played this season
The Kittens scored a total of 590 points during the season The
Kittens were victors of ten games out of the twenty five they played
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Phillips No 77 Forward, Duane opass No 44 Center, Esmond
Bartley No OO Forward, Donald Downing No 88-Guard, Coach
Second Row Joe Reed Downing, Glen Bray No 20 Forward,
Billie Lee No lo enter, Lurl Payne No ll Center, Willie
Cross No 19 Forward, Jack England No 66 Forward, olden E
Proffltt No 17-Guard, Rondal Thomas
Third Row George Richard Gerald, Wade Hatcher, Bobby A
Howard, Jimmie Neal Patterson No 15-Guard
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Cheer Leader 1 year, weight 104 lbs , brown hair,
hazel eyes, height 5'2n, age 17 Senior
Cheer Leader 1 year, weight 106 lbs , blonde hair,
blue eyes, height 5'2N, age 14 Eighth Grade
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CHEERLEADERS Nita Rowland, Juanita Smith, Jessie Downing, Nelleaa
SPONSOR Miss Mary Bryant, Patsy Ford, Nyla Holcomb, Elease Adams,
Geraldean Smith, Ruth Evelyn Agere, June Clark, Virginia Mae Bray
Louise Adams, Elaine Turner, Nelda Goad, Jean Brooks, Patricia Ann
Masters, Betty Jo Holland, Netta Thomas, Dean Bartley, Wilma Brown
Mattie Wood, Clara Nell Hale, Mayrene Rhoton
Martha Sue Wilkerson, Virglnia Wheeler, Frances McDonald, Dolores
Lee, Jessie Hays, Catherine Brown, Udith Bryant, Joyce Marsh, Fern
Coffelt, Judy Ann Jackson
Sue England, Betty Sue Lee, Margorie Crowe, Barbara Holland, Edith
Eakle, Gertrude Gentry, Laverne Brooks, Mildred Robinson,Ina Joyce
Burnette, Joyce Knight
Elizabeth Wilkerson, Reviel Ward, Sue Holland, Nina Burnette, June
Owen, Delois Curtis, Vaughn 'D' Lee York, Jean Harper, Reba Arter
burn, Banna Rowland, Pernie Harper
Mary Edna Burnette, Phyllis Holcomb, Eva Dean Myers, Margaret York
Jean Newport, Elease Poynter, Ruth Evelyn Ritter, June Holland,
Dorothy Smith, Jessie Bowles, Willa Dean Craig,Virg1nia Craig,Jean
Holland Turner, Patricia Ann York, Clarice Jean Copass, Geraldine
Deckard, Jean Myatt
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