Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

 - Class of 1949

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' "w, l Kaleiboscope GIRLS' PREPARATGRY SCI-IOSL 1949 hx . 1.L CHATTANQQGE, TENNESSEE ' ' 5, S FOREWORD "After Graduation Day" when you look back on your days at G.P.S., we hope that this yearbook will help add many pleas- antries to those memories of days gone by. Mrs. Joseph A. Lawwill Miss Ulrica Whitaker Dedication . , aa.-.ss Roxie and Miss Whitaker, who understandingly led us along che rocky paths of Latin and history, We, the Senior Class of 1949, in gratitude dedicate this Kaleidoscope. R ,mb- P' MHSLRNw .. Q ' wi Mags, 95, "'A N b X V ,I , Meg 9 Wifi C3519 Tx V"b1 AL? ' ' P- ":' ' ' .... 3 0' ,HS . wx , , ik., , ' ,.,,, f V ' 1, f 'Q R ' "" ' M14 i 'ANACYV .M'M - , M H IW? " 1 - J- ,n ff' Y f 3 3 5 5 5 5 B 2 E C 5 Senior Clas CHARLYNE ABELSON Class psycho-analyst . . . "I just can't help analyzing every- one" . . . impetuous red-head . . . voracious reader . . . creative genius . . . unprovoked fits of giggles and hysterics . . . in- numerable trips to Atlanta . . . ultra-dressy clothes . . . diminu- tive figure . . . Hair for dancing . . . love for Tschaikowsky and Twenty Carats perfume . . . valuable member of Library Club and Static Board . . . ex- pressive green eyes MIMI ALLISON Sleek and sophisticated clothes, especially formals . . . petite red-head Cpardon-blondel . . . favorite color, greeng perfume, Tigress . . . belle of every ball, -particularly McCallie ones . . . scintillating personality . . . sparkling wit . . . alto in the Glee Club . . . versatile dancer . . . life of every party . . , true to one, and only one VIRGINIA BOWEN Friend of everyone . . . winning smile . . . enthusiasm over any- thing . . . conscientious Red Cross prexy . . . staunch mem- ber of the Glee Club . . . deep love for Georgia, "The Dog- woods", McCallie and seafood . . . enviable waist line . . . mag- netic personality . . . wonderful house parties . . . passion for "Always", Indlscreet, and sports . . . Charter member of National Honor Society UHEIGI-I HO! HEIGII HO!" -L 'Ss- Q- ,,,,,...... -.., ,qw In...--""""" r'--A . 77 i i A'-,. ,., vi-.M-hxsl ,Z-1-nv rf-:.,q - . . -i .v""Ji'-'M SN' -N -R "'--mg, X- 'G-1-ii v-h YQ . ' ' --SN--NN -E M V -- Nui S j 5 --?:"""--1... L S-..,,-.-. -.......,.,. A-O WV- f -. Y i MARTHA ANN BRITTON Affable disposition . . . infect- ious smile . . . host of friends . . . pet loves-shrimp, foot- ball, McCallie, and, of course, WOODY . . . good-looking skirts, sweaters, matching angora socks . . . mania for ballet and tap dancing . . . annual sponsor at both McCallie and Baylor . . . "Embraceable You", Chanel 5115, merry lau g h t e r, eiervescent spirit . . . lovable personality . . . happy face MARJORIE BROWN Tall, attractive girl with chest- nut f?J hair and sparkling blue eyes . . . good humor . . . friend- ly smile . . . fragrance of Chant- illy . . . proud owner of new red Ford . . . undying love for McCallie dances and .Harryflj . . . Glee Club member . . . glam- or to the uniform . . . kind, generous friend JAN BOYD Our one and only 'Bama girl . . . curly black hair . . . laughing brown eyes . . . mischievous eye- brows . . . favorite of Baylor dormitory boys . . . fond of South American music, dances, and boys . . . member of Static Board, ANNUAL BOARD, Dramatic Club, Glee Club, May Day Committee . . . love of golf and tennis . . . sweet girl and sincere friend 51' 12" . 1, ' but ' Q' ' I e ai "ATOlVIl1'l POWER" ' A 1 . l QE W if X-gi W i 74,-if n !...! 5,5 -I-F Q Wi.-Z .. i V Y 'gl A I' in - If x i m 1 -- ' . v V , '11 Y ,Mg 4 .I ' 1' H lg " - j' bf ,.,,' '1 ' . l 9- -- we A W . D . --grQ,,,j it so , l - 1 MARY ANN BUNN Lustrous auburn hair . . . sym- pathetic nature . . . tall, trim figure . . . "What are you talk- ing about?" . . . favorite color, kelly green . . . mad passion for french fried onions and shrimp . . . incessant radio listener . . . Glee Club accompanist . . . Well- liked vice-president of Honor Council . . . forgiving smile . . . frequent jaunts to post ofice to mail letters to Carey JEAN CHAPMAN Devoted friend . . . radiant smile . . . crazy ideas . . . enthusiastic member of Glee Club . . . smart, tailored clothes . . . favorite color, blue . . . "Oh, you don't understand" . . . butterscotch sundaes . . . partial to her "little puppy dog", soft baby pillows, Kay's ice cream, Ocoee for swimming . . . undying love for "Night and Day", McCallie dances and tall, slim boys BETTY JUNE CLARK Calm sedate mien . . . fun-loving nature . . . rugged strength of . conviction . . . deep chuckle . . . dry humor . . . sarcastic wit . . . teen-age radio program . . . able pianist . . . dislike for sports apd horses . . . interest in latest gossip . . . choice of red, favor- lite'-color . . . meteorite moods J-tb.-reluctance to get out of bed every morning . . . Charter member of National Honor So- ciety ,, "CANT HELP, LOVFN-fi ,THAT MfAN" :fy f jf-- I I sq? 4'4"-,.--A"-iii.x ,. - , fi- ,,.--- - gs" ' -"-""f- Z ' -EQXX J ry-,, . - I .. , 'U -. hS- Nung- .1--- -.-.Q ELINOR COLE Forward of the basket ball team . . . exceptional soprano in Glee Club and church choir . . . roles in Baylor plays . . . member of Dramatic Club, basketball and bowling teams, Library Club . . .love for sailing, George,-her horse, Panama City . . . editor of 1948-49 Kaleidoscope smart tailored suits, Straw Hat perfume, beautiful music . . . an all-round girl SHIRLEY DEAKINS H a p p y, unseliish, dependable person . . . admirers from Texas to McCallie and S. M. A .... "Solitaire", "Body and Soul", "How Deep Is the Ocean" . . . "I have troubles I'll never use and bills that I'll never pay" . . . numerous evening dresses . . . . . . beloved Texas levi suit . . . stylish shoes . . . golden brown hair . . . "short and sweet" PATSYE FENN Softly shining brown hair . . . sultry, thickly-shaded g r e e n eyes . . . willowy figure . . . "know-how" of fashion . . . happy, contented attitude to- ward life . . . member of Glee Club . . . abundance of person- ality . . . kind, considerate, dis- creet, generous ways . . . many close friends . . . inimitable way of walking . . . opinionated or stimulating, reticent or enter- taining, petulant or amicable, young lady ' 'tl DOINVT KNOW'lEfNQDUGHQ ABOUT YOU" gd.,--"' """" -i---arm: ,f' 1- ml 'O H HE Q ' O , X , f- T-H Q Q vi o ' H if it gf., . N rr i A g . ' --- r Ltr, my -Q i'-.. g T-Q-s Y NLWTY H A Al-bgwkkx M ' ' il . ' V 'A-Y J '--I+...-.--"' F , 1, ----Hn ,,,..a.., , . MARY FORT FREEMAN Great spirit and enthusiasm for everything . . . big brown eyes . . . vivacity and friendliness . . . life of any party . . . McCallie, Georgia Tech, Atlanta . . . "I don't know a thing, and I've just got to go study" . . . choice of color, yellow, perfume, Vogue, ardent football fan, wonderful friend, our M. F. BARBARA FRYE Jet black hair . . . large, dreamy eyes . . . perfect example of femininity . . . winner of Marian Stuart Park Award . , . ardent member of Honor Council . . . talented supporter of Glee Club . . . McCallie, Baylor, Florida, Atlanta . . . procrastination plus quiet, retiring manner . . . true and trusted friend, liked and es- teemed by all . . . Charter mem- ber of National Honor Society ALICE GILES' "I Can't Get Started", "Body and Soul" . . . enormous record collection . . . pretty blue ey6S, accentuated by long, black eye- lashes . . . long dark hair . u. - good figure . . . sparkling White teeth . . . favorite perfume, Tigress, color, blue, subJeCt, chemistry, sport, basketball . . . great love for Baylor, U. Q-, blue Buicks, Florida . . . favorite on dance floor I ,ii .1-f""" "OLD MAN I-ZIVEZFX' xx ,-V 3,- Ai --""" FAIRCHILD GILL High ideals . . . superior in- telligence, especially in math . . . ambitions to rumba and to be an engineer . . . agreeable, cheerful, understanding . . . lat- est gossip . . . "Have you heard?" . . . undying love for blue. Buicks and Xaviar Cugat's music . . . pet peeves-being called down for talking and be- ing at the end of the lunch line MARTHA HACKNEY Member of elite "upper fourth" . . . fear of tests . . . president of Library Club . . . business manager of Static . . . member of Dramatic Club and Annual Board . . . roles in Baylor plays . . . "Oh, really?" . . . Shalimar . . . cocker puppy given her by that "certain some- one" . . . radiant eyes . . . truth, wisdom, warmth, beauty . . . Charter member of National Honor Society JOAN HALE Tall, striking-looking, blonde . . . flawless complexion . . . tailored suits, black, Tabu, Jergens Lo- tion, "Body and Soul" . . . able Assistant-editor of ANNUAL . . magnetic personality . . . mem- ber of Library Club and Glee Club . . . popularity, especially at McCallie . . . all-'round girl, well-liked by teachers and girls in every class ,, '71, J , , , , 1 ,L Q- .,, , HlGH CN A WINDY Hn., ,, ,. 5 - V " +9 fl I P O - , iii' ' W' -A I .L V sgp dilfil, ., up i it A 1 C .L ..,. ' f rg g , L . r M -,Q N My ff g gi X, TUSSA HASKEW Spit-fire determination . . . marvelous athlete, star basket- ball player . . . talented Glee Club president and one of the few four-year members . . . Freddy's steady . . . tall, wil- lowy, shapely figure . . . ready smile . . . member of Library Club . . . Ann's co-worker in keeping G. P. S. on key during hymns . . . sincere pity for anyone who doesn't live on Sig- na JOANTILIEDMAN Strong charactlgi' . . . zest for life . . . magnetic personality . . . winning friendliness . . . artist of ANNUAL BOARD . . member of Glee Club and Dra- matic Club . . . versatile . . . active . . . undying devotion to Knoxville . . . sports enthusiast . . . unusual pieces of jewelry . . . weakness for shoes . . . bulging diary . . . easy target for Cupid . . . a good all-round girl A , , fl. ANN HINKLE Tall, graceful, blonde . . . slend- er hands, tapering fingers . . . excellent taste in clothes . . . "Bells of St. Mary's" . . . mad passion for hamburgers with onions . . . good disposition . . . considerate ways . . . long, lust- rous hair, offset beautifully by emerald-green eyes . . . slender figure, no matter how much she eats . . . ww, HVVRECK ON THE HIGHWAY" ' A 'k ,-""""- TS--, rr- ff' f ..--,, -f . .,. "S, , Y -Q4 V F I , -lf--f " rx- - ' ff' C . -iv,-',.f' """'-'L ""' D ,,,,--"" I N ,,,, 1. .. BOBBIE JEANE KELLEY Wonderful personality . . . gay moods . . . sparkling green eyes peeping out from long, brown lashes . . . blood-red Dracula nails . . . beautiful brown locks . . . great lover of all books, Daytona, McCallie, her many problems . . . Glee Club mem- ber . . . "P'roXy" . . . finally changed pompadour . . . spiked heels . . . gorgeous evening clothes JEANETTE KRISTOFF Dark, petite, 'gayY'Kris . . . earn- est, naturalf sincere, doll-like figureg luscious evening dresses . . . popularity at Baylor and McCallie . . . friendly and lo- quacious manner . . . "I'll See You In My Dreams" . . . Wood- hue . . . capable alto in Glee Club . . . eHicient secretary- treasurer of Junior Red Cross . . . good luck to an outstanding girl, our Maid of Honor JOAN LAUDERBACH "Hey, listen!" . . . "Body and Soul", "Stardust" . . . love for McCallie, seafood, dancing, foot- ball, shoes . . . ambition-to get out of school . . . antipathy for liver . . . president of Dramatic Club . . . member of Glee Club . . . Tabu . . . kind word for everyone . . . Kickball team . . . true friend of everyone K 4 lf' ",HEAR'IfBREAKER" 1 ' Q C, Q , p .- 0 y "-Q? "--A-v-Q-...Q 'Ct -,"! PASTY McMILLIN PAT MILLS MARY MGORE Attractive coloring . . . reticent Winning smile . . . charming Smooth, lovely complexion . nature . "Oooh!" . . . blue . . . Ways . . . turned-up nose . . . lustrous hair . . . dark green sunworshiper in summerg sun- G. P. S.'s Dorothy Dix . . . cute eyes . . . superlength eyelashes lamp worshiper in winter . . . clothes . . . "I'm Just Wild ...president of House Commit f'My Heart Sings" by Fred War- About Harry" . . . lovable girl tee . . . "What the earth!" . mg. . . good-looking clothes... . . . true friend . . . staunch Lookout Mountain crowd . "look at my fingernailg it's member of Glee Club . . . ardent main love, Dartmouth . . . latest grown" . . . aim-to be another love for ballet . . . "Just to see fashions . . . scads of good-look Ely Culbertson . . . frequent fits Pat is to love her" . . . one-man ing clothes . . . unaffected and of uncontrollable laughter .- . . Woman . . . popular brunette sincere nature. . .added attrac SU1'Dlf.SfHg amount of brains . . . . . . poise . . . life of classroom tion at any party . . . bewitch McM1ll1n's taxi service . . mg smile voracious reader 47. ' HMOUNTMN to v .fr ' ft .ff ii . ,, it A L Q v Ag lr c . . g , g r e g mgggy L fe -4 V- ,af JEANNINE MULKEY Lovelv, blushing blonde . . . friendly smile . . . jovial per- sonality . . . McCallie supporter . . . anything pink . . . "I'll Al- ways Be In Love With You" . . . love for Miss Gertrude's mayon- naise . . . "You Know" . . . graciousness . . . versatility . . . scads of friends, e s p e cially boys! . . . tenacity in dieting . . . soprano in the Glee Club ANN NICHOLS Loveliest of May Queens . . . multitude of friends . . . spark- ling eyes, mischievous smile . . . "Chinese girl, where didja get that funny face?" . . . love of Lookout Mountain , . . apprecia- tion for everybody's jokes . . . silent laugh suitable for study- hall . alto and soprano in Glee Club . . . aversion for rid- ing in cars, fondness for travel . . . forward on basketball team AMY NIXON Neat appearance, smooth com- plexion, deep brown eyes, dark hair . . . attractive shoes . . . sophisticated clothes . . . ma- ture poise and manner . . . futile attempts at golf . . . excellent swimmer . . . absent member of Static Board last year, bete noir spelling . . . Aimee of the Gen- try . . . "Once in Love with Amy!! "FfA.N'f,:X CLAUS 'iS COMING TO TOWN" lf' af. -Q.- fix A i ,gi dd-M, W..-af-W ' 21"-Ja.- F si u--1 VA i v i Aw!-7 . fi ....... U V, mu f--in W ,1 sl SHIRLEY NORRIS Loyalty to friends . . . popular- ity with older and younger groups . . . fame for wit, sar- casm, and unexpected remarks 1 . . greatest enjoyer of her own Jokes . . . big tease . . . change- able eyes, light brown hair, smooth complexion . . . square dance and candy receipts . . . plaid shirts, blue jeans, exquis- ite evening dresses, tailored suits, high-heeled shoes PEGGY PATTEN Stellar guard, Captain of basket- ball team . . . excellent tennis player, good pianist . . . out- standing personality . . . Mc- Callie, Vanderbilt and Conner Street . . . always beautiful cur- ly auburn hair . . . antipathy for heels, love of blue jeans . . . all-round girl . . . giggliest member of class . . . rash chem- istry experiments LILLIAN PEGRAM New-comer from Nashville . . . southern accent . . . naturally wavy hair . . . integral part of our class . . . even disposition . . . marvelous sense of humor . . . welcome addition to every gathering . . . well-planned "spend-the-night" parties . . . jaunts to Nashville . . . "cough, snort, hiccup" laugh . . . the Green Dodge . . . ambition to be a Metropolitan star and sing on the Fred Waring Show . . . "MAYBE YOU'LL BE THERE" ai- ' I iii.. ' - 7 I gf 4,,--- A R44 ii. vo ' --W ' e A QT .--4 , - , I . -----as G sg , ff' JANE REDD Many loyal friends. . . natural- ly curly hair and skin that tans easily . . . delight in writing poems and themes . . . fondness for ballet . . . good golfer, ex- cellent swimmer, diver, and ca- noeist . . . favorite clothes- shorts and sun-backed dresses . . . preference for bare feet or low heels . . . McCallie, Cornell and Vanderbilt . . . lover of ani- mals, especially cocker spaniels. NELL RICHARDSON Ardent lover of novels . . . ex- cellent writer . . . interest in chemistry, H2 O2 fperoxidej . . . chameleon eyes . . . spark- ling laughter . . . determination to diet . . . life of the classroom . . . staunch Baylorite . . . in- clination to be mischievous . . . striking appearance . . . looks of sophistication and innocence . . . many friends . . . fine dis- position . . . good word and smile for everybody BARBARA SCHROEDER Well-rounded personality dimpled chin . . . very quiet manner . . . the original "Jim ma Jones" . . . Wonderful friend credit to our class admirer of dancing fballetj . . pleasing disposition . . . love foi ice cream . . . winner of Spanish medal 1 . f'TEMPTATIONf' 4 .4-W Ah' Y 1 . , 4-f' 4f' -1-gf Rr R avg gig f' Y J ........... GLORIA SHADDEN Good-looking classy clothes, es- pecially shoes and sweaters . . . two daily "musts"-painting her long tapering nails and rolling up her clean hair . . . neatness in unifoim . . . constant chatter and laughter . . . sympathetic d sposizion . . . ever-present companion-"The Wagon" . . . man a for movies and football games . . . love for dogsyes- pecially "Tuffy" . . . Daytona Reach, McCallie, and "Paul-ie" BECKY STERCI-II Sweet and helpful attitude . . . keen, inquis tive mind . . . styl- ish bob . . . ling eyelashes . . . twinkling smile . . . member of Static Board and Library Club . . . pleasant expression . . . plaid shirts . . . numerous Hsh- ing trips . . . excellent bridge player . . . two cents collector of ANNUAL BOARD . . . in- fectious laugh . . . tales of Tippy and Tommy . . . wholesomeness and sincerity ELLA SUE SULLIVAN Piesident of Honor Council . . . M2Callie sponsor . . . commuter between Cleveland and Chat- ian vga . . . attractive smile . . . seeds of clothes . . . proud pssessor of private lake and cabin . tiny pug nose . . . streak of peroxide in her hair . . . sweetheart of Bradley . . . trips to Daytona . . . huge rush at dances . . . personality plus ,v 4 .v "LIFE G.l.'l!llS .VTEEJUSH K te A-Jigsaw-A E .. 5 ' I l I f K- ' ,, I A.'i-in Q-Q' gl ' 3-X, Nhwsm-A-mm ,Xi Six- -n.,-f"' ' Y ' ' ' Y. ""-Q-.,..,.,,, ,..,., .,--- ' 'H SUSAN TALLEY Turned-up nose . . . blonde hair . . . blue-gray eyes . . . spiked heels and fancy blue clothes . . . gotd-looking evening dresses . . . "Reely" . . . loyalty to friends . . . favorite pastimes -reading, eating shrimp . . . proud wearer of "Epp's" Mc- Callie ring . . . "Please mail this letter" . . . neatness in uni- form PAT WEST "Blue Eyes" . . . popular cheer- leader . . . collector of bracelets and rings . . . out of town Vis- itors . . . sporty autos . . . off- red hair . . . aversion to night- oriving . . . frequent malingerer . . . pigtails . . . "Evening in Paris" . . . bridge fanatic . . . U.C. aspirant . . . Signal Moun- 'taineer . . . affability . . . eye- catcher . . great love for jitter- bugging . . . individuality in clothes and personality MARGARET WHELAND Ubiquitous guard . . . best all- round at camp . . . aim to attend Mount Vernon . . . unusual com- bination of blonde hair and brown eyes . . . enthusiasm for all sports . . . Peggy's best pal . . . mountain gal . . . jocularity . . . Glee Club soloist-'ithree French hens" . . . star in mathe- matics . . . epicure in good food . . . good taste in clothes 'BUTTONS AN-D Bows" . lg -0,1 Ay MARTHA ANN WHITAKER Naturally curly hair flucky girlj . . . beautiful teeth . . . at- tractive clothes . . . kelley green . . . frequent reducing diets . . . stuffed peppers . . . constant companions-Bucky and 'tTed- dy's Golden Trinket" . . . ambi- tion to be first lady vice-presi- ident of Hamilton National Bank . . . pleasing personality . . . hazel eyes . . . enjoyment of eating, driving, and solving in- volved math problems CAROL WILLIAMS True, understanding friend . . . friendly blue eyes . . . continual threats to cut her brown hair . . . lemon-lime sherbet . . . kelley green and royal blue . . . love of sports, horseback riding and swimming . . . varsity bask- et ball guard . . . member of Li- brary Club . . . Static Board, and Public Speaking . . . class- ical music . . . winner of Grace McCallie Scholarship . . . aim to be a doctor . . . Charter mem- ber of National Honor Society BECKY WOOD Dimple when she smiles . . . sentimental nature . . . effluent sympathy . . . desire to help somebody . . . member of Dra- matic Club and Glee Club . . . "Good Rockin' Tonight" . . . born leader . . . omnivorous reader . . . 'fOh, hilarus!" . . . childish mania for chocolate ice cream . . . ambition-to have a huge family . . . "CANT HEifZ? SINGlNG" 4 g-T 7-Z,-:""""-'51,---...,,,M-.-,thi -.,- -"""T pq-W -,,- ,3- ---A-"' M C 1 -'----...mtv ' Ni- , 1, CAROLYN WOOD Popular senior . . . twinkling eyes . . . upturned nose . . . ar- dent McCallie admirer . . . rush to the mailbox every afternoon . . . screams of delight . . . Bus- iness Manager of the ANNUAL . . . member of Glee Club, Static, and Dramatic Club . . . "c-u-t-e" . . . crazy giggles . . . always hungry . . . "Oh, Johnny" . . . lKGabbyY7 , JANE WRIGHT Vivacious, sophisticated blonde . . . sparkling eyes and ready smile . . . pleasing disposition . .. effervescent personality.. .Fifth Avenue clothes . . . shiny blue convertible . . . second home, Ponte Vedra . . . interesting letters on fancy stationery . . . Chantilly . . . "My Darling" . . . soprano in Glee Club . . . soft, Southern accent . . . pert, upturned nose . . . class presi- dent and beloved member of the Senior Class . . . 'tY'all" . . . 'w, A "W1.THoU'si A SONG" fd ,ff- ,141 8 0 V M gf , C e g g VV g gg Ai., . Ag ,.. 1 i fit A of C , - ,JZ niors on Para Junior Class 5 ELIZABETH BATTLE-Jewelry . . . gorgeous clothes BETTYE GRACE BROWN-Curls . . . popularity RUTH BRYAN-Sewanee . . . excitement over bridge MELCENA BURNS-Baylor School . . . Little Theatre DOROTHY CAMPBELL-Dentyne . . . sleeping CHARLTON CATE-Helpfulness . . . everybody's friend CAROLINE CHOBOT-Golf . . . brown eyes ANN CLEMENTSON-Animated chatter . . one big brush DELTA COUGHLAN-Big explosion . . . loud skirts PATTI JO COXEY-China doll . . . Southern accent CONSTANCE CRUMBLISS-"Mi1krnan" . . .X blue Ford SUSIE GAMBILL-True Blue . . . luring lashes + f"1 ' " , - 7 4--W ' 7-1- , , K 'A em o r, ,-1" X 355-s. MARY LOU HENLEY-Bridge . . . nursing CHARLOTTE HIBBLER-Green Fords . . . caramels SHIRLEY HILL-Telephone . . . the cabin PEGGY ANN HUFFAKER--Chatter-bex . . . nerve MARY BUCKNER LATIMORE-Sophistication . . sultriness BARBARA MATHEWS-Glamor . . . McCallie NANCY MCDONALD-Peroxide . . . convertible JOYCE MUNGER-Wisdom . . . Junior Latin translator JOANNE MURPHY-Personality . . . good-looking suits A BARBARA NEIDHARDT--Stag' tags . . . "Peaches" SARAH KEY PATTEN-Beautiful lady . Ashland-Farms DEANNE PETERSON-Ocoee . . . Brainerd drug store ' 1 1 ...V -- -- L1 Y i YV 0 A ,- Q- BETTY LYNN PINION-Senior rings . . Lum and Abner CAROLYN RANKIN-Big smiles . . . "oh, no!" ANN SAMUEL-Baylor . . . McCallie ANN SCOTT-Baby talk . . . "Help!" RENIE SHERMAN-Out-of-town trips . . . sweetness BETTE GAE SHULL-"Hey there" . . . fiirty eyes ELEANOR SIGNAIGO-Dutiful Dodge . definition of fun MARTHA SLATERY-Kindness . . . City ELEANOR STOUTT-Dancing . . . geometry proofs GRAY TEMPLE-Giggles . . . Signal DORRIS THATCHER--Baylor favorite . . . that look PEGGY TROTTER-Chantilly . . . "The Scudder". , -4f i X Y Q "' fi V-V YE' y- - Y xr S, . " y' ' 1. ELSIE JANE WARREN-Little Ford. .Jack of Diamonds LARRY ANN WEST-Dentist . . . Pat VIRGINIA WHITAKER-Bert . . . unusual wit ADRIENNE WHITE-"Summer" . . . The Lake JULIA WILHITE--Stateliness . . . friendliness ELAINE WILLIAMS-Bobby . . . silence CAROLYN RUTH WOOD-Sketchings . . . guppies TOMMYE YATES--Horses . . . Jeep station-wagon L ,-- Y , ,L ' , -Y -L .-ff' .i X. X X -sg? ir 4'-Y v h. 1. Who in the world took the picture, Herbie? 2. What's your game? 3. Wintertime. Z . Which is Shug? 8. Friendship! Summertime. 9. Stars in your eyes. Are they bitin' today? 10. Christmas spirits! S.M.A.! 11. Smile, smile, smile! -gssi-A ,M--fff"M"" --.,,, I I vi VW' -.Qs-5--1---1-.VF " ' .Ski , X,, f.- YV , -, A. 4- If: Mm? ,-I1-Ev-:v.i:Nv i"f1x 0S,..'fJ,. :' ."'l3"f ' H ,. . ...M-, ' . f' 7 ' f ., . UI ,mv X ,ii ,- , A , ' .' u . . . .- 'I ' , . 1 Q-.. ,Q "ff 5' 11 ff .fKziI:?f5i.,-' flfofi S3Z'xIX:N' 3,RY'W3fi Sophomore Class PANSY ALLISON--to be a millionaire ELISE ANDERSON-to have that streamlined look PEGGY BLAKE-to be a Powers model ALICE BROWN-to help run McCallie School ESTES CARTER-to be a psychiatrist SARA CARTER-to hook a man GLORIA CLEMONS-to be sophisticated JOYCE De'VANEY--to obtain a larger vocabulary! ! ! NANCY DUKE-to go to a West Point dance KATHRYN FINLEY-to make McCallie and Baylor coed schools 41" - -- Y,- J JENNIE FOLTS-to manufacture crossarms BEVERLY FURLOW-to join the foreign legion SHIRLEY GLEASON-to stay a red-head SARAH HARDWICK-to have a new landlady PEGGY JANE HARRIS-to be a female Fred Astaire CLAIR HASKEW-to discard all diets KITTY RUE HEADEN-to be a lifeguard at Signal Mountain Swimming Pool BETTY ISBELL-to have Grable's figure IRENE JEWELL-to raise "poodles" CHASE LANE-to be a Memphis Belle B I B YJ--E E J B! s' , Q ' Y-i'M Z VS- BETTY LAWWILL-to live in Florida JO ANN LUCAS-to pass spelling . ELIZABETH LUPTON-to bottle Pablum SALLY MCCOY--to be a horse trainer GRACIE MARTIN-to be an authority on "skippers" ANN MARTIN-to "hit Broadway" MARY ANN NEALE-to be a concert pianist BABS SALISBURY-to be a newspaper editor BILLIE REESE SAMUEL-to manage Samuel Inc. N LUCY ANN SCHEIBE-to graduate from G. P. S. ,.f""'-"" ' ' -i... , Y, -nn I ' 'xg XL. -L Lfafex Q, Y A X'-is . ., MARION SEABORN-to acquire that gift of gab!!! SYLVIA SIMONTON-to get her waist down to fifteen JOAN SULLIVAN-to go to Bradley High DORIS TURESKY--to be a fashion designer BETTY ANN TURPIN-to move G. P. S. to Ringgold RACHEL WHITESIDES-to be a missionary to India CLARA WILSON-to have a menagerie HARRIET WISE-to master Einste'in's theory SYDNEY WRIGHT-to be a carefree college coed ANN ZAHND-to sing with a hillbilly band .f' ' . .. +..:1 eg 'nf' 1. Lady on the lake 5. 'fMy Darling, My 7. See the CarelGSS 3. Girls of distinction Darling" halid? 4. Summer uniform 6. Martha Graham 8. Totem pple 9. Please . . . no adds ,-- -"' "it '-' '-dd'-ai'---W 4- fl,.- "'X ,',..,----"' 4' "'-'-'S ,.- ' 1 X It . .ii ,il ,,,,.g..,x.. - iQ'4 'fa "M -Q.,-th-si ii .ll . l,--ff 'f' Q- r . 5'x'1--,,,-wsu?--,, Xsxx ,-...-- ,...--.,-. -,..- -Q, ,ff Y ff' , 0 Freshman Class CLAIRE DE BARROS-Take me to Cleveland. MARY ANNE BEARDEN-I-Im-n! could be! DEBBY BROWN-Well, listen! DOROTHY BROWN-How 'bout it? JO ANN CAIN-See what I mean, Jellybean? HELEN CAINE-Oh, foo! HELEN CAULKINS-My conscience! ADELLE CROWELL-Wait a minute! SUSAN ELDER-Listen, you all! BETTY FORBES-Oooo-la-la! ..,f" "Y S- Q' I 'gi ' 7 Y A Vi 'X - -YY V , M .,. .f Q ,,.....-- PAULA GARRY-Hey, girl! JEAN GODSEY-I don't know about that. OWENE HALL-Darn him! ELIZABETH HAMMOND-Tommy Jay. DIANA HARP-Oh, do you? MARY ALICE HOOD-I'm gonna fail anyway. CAROL JEWELL-Come on, Miss Moyerg be a sport! CAY JONES-Oi moi! JANET KEESE-Dadgum it! .,.,..,. W?gxa, ' 25:1 ' :iam '-mv.. ' j .MN , v Q 9 x Q A 'E SX Y Y 'QR 1 , .ii W 1 .,.,.., , , 3 ,.:.. . , 3, 4 35 ,, he 9 6 45 S we , + I Q 5 ff I s 9 of T AQIQMQSW M Y -V: 1 N : 2243 5 4 VMI 6 fggiiaqs gg 2 , wav A If Q Q gow ff, A I Q Sw Q NL K fm Q31 .. .. , -:-,. , I XE? .,,., ., 1.3 W, I rv 5 f 513' 'S LMKAQ if A 'S I v A 9 AQ f f ' I ,I .. . ., , f ems?'w'wf'z., wg v . ' " " ' ' - m.,c2f -X J . 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V il L ,.-I-" 'T'- SX J Seventh Grade SARAH ELIZABETH ABERNATHY-Skillful, Energetic, Ambitious SANDRA ALLISON-Small, Airy EMILEE BARNES-Enthusiastic, Bright MARILYN BERNSTEIN-Mature, Benevolent' CHARLOTTE BERRYMAN-Cute, Benign MARIA BLACK-Mischievous, Breezy PATSY COLLINS-Peaches and Cream ELEANOR DIXON-Enthusiastic, Daring ' JUDY FINLEY-Jovial, Fascinating QNANCY FRANKLIN-Nice, Friendly ,a gsm 5- what f -Q., PEARL GRE QN-elrfatiem, Genial 'Wg ri , lf' 'i f I -- V V if ,.A:,, Mi I 1 . X, ---,,f:Y,- V-5 V --, V L , . LAURA HANDLY-Lovable, Hearty HELEN HARRIS--Helpful, Honest RITA HARRIS-Reasonable, Humane BARBARA DON HASTINGS-Bold, Delightful, Humorous LILLIAN HENRY-Lively, Happy STELLA FRANCES HOBBS-Sweet, Frisky, Healthy BETTY VANCE JONES-Bonny, Vivacious, Jovial CAROL KEESE-Courteous, Keen PEGGY JOYCE KING-Polite, Just, Kind ANN LINDSEY-Active, Liberal F 'ik 6995 T 'P DOROTHY MCCALL-'bi' ent, Musical V 1 '3 . ----""' 4 W1 --Il Q, SY gg- .2 , X1-X S ,i 'Q--., ELEANOR MCDONALD-Effervescent, Melodramatic MARY BROOKS MCKENZIE-Meek, Beautiful, Mirthful MARY ANN MCWATERS--Mysterious, Astute, Munificent MARGARET MARTIN-Merry, Meticulous MARY MOORE-Modest, Marvelous PENELOPE MOORE-Plucky, Magnetic LYNDA PHILLIPS--Lenient, Persevering' LeNORA POWELL-Loquacious, Popular MARGARET RAULSTON--Mannerly, Refined HILDAGARDE REEVES-Happy, Resourceful NANCY RE YNOLDS-Neat, Radiant , V: I 0 l pk! .. -si.. , ,Vg , L! mln --f' A ' u1n i- 5 get " A 5 ELIZABETH RICHARDSON-Elf-like, Respectful PAT RIMMER-Pert, Reliable SUSAN SHEPARD-Social, Sensible PATSY JO SPIERS-Patient, Jocose, Stupendous SARAH STEPHENSON-Sly, Spontaneous SUSAN STONE-Systematic, Serene NANCY TURNBULL-Neat, Trusting ANN WALKER-Artistic, Winsome ANNE WARNER-Amicable, Witty JOY WESSENAUER-Judicious, Whimsical ELEANOR WILLINGHAM-Energetic, Willing LOIS WINER-Learned, Worthy Ax. 1 T I ilviq-SI S '77 -Y' X 4 1 X Q -7 lf' ,gi-ts'-' Y Y v "' - X x ,S i 4 V W in 1 ,... ma, zz g Annual Board ELINOR COLE Editor JOAN HALE Assistant Editor 1 CAROLYN WOOD Business Manager BECKY STERCHI Assistant Business Manager JOAN HEDMAN Art Editor JAN BOYD and MARTHA HACKNEY Photographic Editors 14 rye' ' " - V ,',,..-f--""" , S .. -,N XX h.. 'V f-..,, .... , -"' "L, The Static The school publication, the Static, is printed once every six weeks. The board is composed of 7 members of the Junior Class and assistants from the lower grades. Miss Moore is the faculty adviser. , xii "-2 YL?" ' J". -f,,,n'7-1 MEMBERS Shirley Hill ..,,.,,, . ...,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,, Business Manager Charlton Cate Joyce Munger Caroline Chobot Eleanor Stoutt Joanne Murphy Julia Wilhite AssIs'rANTs Nancy Duke ,, ,c,,, i,,,,,,,,................,,,,,,, s ophomore Marianne Thomas ,,,.. ........,,.,,..,.. f reshman Susan Richardson .,,,,,., ,....v, g Tammar grades I lf' .- ,.. ,....,- QQ f 451 Honor Council OFFICERS Ella Sue Sullivan-President Mary Ann Bunn-Vice-Pres. Charlotte' Hibbler-Secretary FIRST TERM MEMBERS Barbara Frye ..,, ,,,,,,,,...,.,.,, s enior Carolyn Ruth Wood ,,.,7, junior Lucy Scheibe ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, sophomore Mary Alice Hood. ,,,,,,,, freshman Ann Chambliss ,o,,..,r,,r, 8th grade SECOND TERM MEMBERS Barbara Frye 7,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, senior Carolyn Ruth Wood ,,,,, junior Ann Zahnd .......,,,,,,,,,, sophomore Betty Forbes ..,,,,,,,,,,l.. freshman Katherine Warner ,,,l,,, 8th grade Mary Brooks McKenzie 7th grade The Student Honor Council of the Girls' Preparatory School was in- augurated in March of 1945 for the benefit of the student body. The Senior Class has three representativesg the Junior Class, twog and the remaining classes, one each. The student body elects the president from the three senior representatives. .1 ,,.,-""""""" X im X -f- 4.- W I--fgff 1' 'Q-i, Y nv Y 5 X -L ig Y.,.f' H 4 Honor Society In November, 1948, the Duffy-Jarnagin Chapter of the National Honor Society was inaugurated at the Girls' Preparatory School. Miss Lillian Patton and the members of the Honor Society of Chattanooga High School conducted the service. The society fosters Scholarship, Leadership, Serv- ice and Character. . .. O CHARTER MEMBERS Virginia Bowen Betty Clark Barbara Frye Martha Hackney Carol Williams 2' ,,,.f- , It C A2 Dramatic Club The Dramatic Club is composed of members of the junior and senior classes, who have shown outstanding dramatic talent, as Well as dependa- bility and cooperation in class plays. Miss Coflin served as faculty director. Joan Lauderbach President Bette Gae Shull Secretary MEMBERS Jan Boyd Joan Hedman Bettye Grace Brown Joanne Murphy Melcena Burns Becky Wood Elinor Cole Carolyn Del Wood Martha Hackney - -4- -- f ,. - 4 H f -1-V if ' 1.- ,...- ,- s.+it-r-' f ,i TL V L X f-ff , w- 5+ Y Y l B X-X af'-H Q- 7 - 4 '-'- Sophomore Play THE CAT'S WHISKERS October 6, 1948 Freshman Play THE CHILD WONDER October 13, 1948 , V I ' A ,, O O tu, -x fri UKVILILITS BIG DAY October 27, 1948 Seventh Guide Play ELSIE IN BOOKLAND November 3, 1948 , f-'fl' ' ' , Y "" 5. ,f ii-AY' Y V v Y lv Y 5-IX Library Club The Library Club is composed of members of the freshmen class chosen because of their excellent Work in English. Their responsibilities are to keep the shelves clean and in order, to return books to the shelves, and to help the librarian in any way. The members for 1948-49 are as follows: Mary Ann Thomas, Diana Harp President Cay Jones Helen Caine Georgia Ann Mcllwaine Adelle Crowell Joan Reid Betty Forbes Louise Robertson Jean Godsey Janet Weeks Owene Hall Ann Yates Elizabeth Hammond .hifi 4, The Glee Club The Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Margaret Glenn, pre- sented several splendid performances, including a Christmas program, a performance at Baylor and McCallie, and a commencement program. Mimi Allison Betty Grace Brown Virginia Bowen Jan Boyd Melcena Burns Martha Ann Britton Marjorie Brown Mary Ann Bunn Estes Carter Sara Carter Jean Chapman Elinor Cole Patti Jo Coxey Shirley Deakins Tussa Haskew ,,,,,,,,, ,,c,.,, ,,,,..,,i,,,, P 1 'esident Dorris Thatcher ,,,,,,,,,c,,,c,,,,,,.,,,.r,, Vice-P-resfident Ann Nichols ,,,,..,c, ,,,c,cccc S ecretary-Treasurer Elizabeth Lupton ,,,,,c.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Librarian MEMBERS Patsy Fenn Mary Fort Freeman Barbara Frye Shirley Gleason Joan Hale Clair Haskew Margaret Haskew John Hedman Mary Lou Henley Peggy Huffaker Bobbie Jean Kelley Jeanette Kristoff Joan Lauderbach Elizabeth Lupton - - , 4-' ,- Sally McCoy Patsy McMillin Ann Martin Pat Mills Mary Moore Jeannine Mulkey Joyce Munger Joanne Murphy Ann Nichols Shirley Norris Peggy Patten Sarah Key Patten Lucy Ann Scheibe Bette Gae Shull Sylvia Simonton Elinor Stoutt Susan Talley Gray Temple Dorris Thatcher Janie Warren Margaret Wheland Becky Wood Carolyn Ruth Wood Carolyn Del Wood Jane Wright Sidney Wright Ann Zahnd ,.f-' I 1 Junior Glee Club The Junior Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Margaret Glenn, was formed this year for members of the seventh, eighth and ninth grades. Martha Jane Abel Sarah Elizabeth Abernathy Gay Alexander Carol Anderson Joan Austin Dotty Brown Helen Caine Helen Caulkins Pat Rimmer ,,,,,,Y,,,,,,,Y,A ,, ,,,,,,,,, IJ'l'6S'id6'YLt Elizabeth Hammond ...,,, 7,...,,, Secretary Mary Brooks McKenzie. .,,, ...,,,,, L ib1'l11'illWl MEMBERS Rosemary Denison Bet Forbes Jo Ann Freeman Paula Garry Gwen Gleason Owene Hall Diana Harp Barbara Hastings Carol Jewell Betty Jones Cay Jones Carol Keese Roberta Lawson Pat Lazenby Naomi Lefkoif Meg Martin Nancy Martin Ellie McDonald Ann Mclsaac Mary Ann McWaters Peggy Probasco Louise Robertson Susan Shepard Helen Smith Sarah Stephenson Cynthia Sullivan Judy Talley Marianne Thomas Henrietta Van Order l' A. ff' - .. , V-- -4-'- O O ag! s Q X... ' ee ,z Red Cross Committee In the fall every girl at G.P.S. joins the Junior Red Cross, This year a Red Cross Committee was organized to help with activitiesg such as, preparing Christmas boxes, gifts for hospitals, and similar projects. The Committee is composed of the Red Cross President, the secretary- treasurer, and two representatives from each class. President-Virginia Bowen Secretary-Treasurei'-Jeanette Kristoif MEMBERS Seniors: Margaret Wheland, Mary Ann Bunn Juniors: Charlton Cate, Carolyn Ruth Wood Sophomores: Chase Lane, Ann Zahnd I"resIwnen: Pat Lazenby, Henrietta Van Order Eighth Grade: Eunice Waldorf, Naomi Lefkoff Seventh Gra,de: Harriet Crouch, Harvey Brewer 1 It Y , Y v-,v-',,,.--fr...- N --'4 9 V 4 Q N, SS.. Girl Scouts This year, under the able direction of Miss Jacoway, an intermediate Girl Scout Troop was formed from the seventh and eighth grades. These young Scouts, who meet on Wednesday afternoon, are working for badges. Among their activities are hiking and selling cookies. Nancy Franklin-President Susan Stone-Vice-President Barbara Don Hastings-Secretary Ellie McDonald-Treasurer Sarah Elizabeth Abernathy Lynda Phillips Eleanor Dixon Carole Sullivan Anne Lindsey Ann Walker Mary Ann McWaters Anne Leland Warner ,7, . jd .tix Y A Vi V Al ' A i Vrrii V 4,7--f' o V iv . Z ' "fl - W- Y v ""'--- - A Y U Y ,- -i W 4 ' L .Z X 'Varsity Basketball Team Honors go to this year's Varsity Basketball Team members, who under the excellent direction of Coach Sara Sue Smith and Manager Joan Hedman have done so much to encourage school spirit. Napsonian Insti- tute from Atlanta and Miss Hutchinson's School from Memphis came to Chattanooga to compete with the GeePS. The last game of the season Was played at Miss Hutchinson's. May future teams uphold the standards of sportsmanship and fair play which this year's team has established. VARSITY TEAM Captain Peggy Patten Betty Lawwill Co-captain Larry West Joanne Murphy Pansy Allison Ann Nichols Dorothy Campbell J aney Warren Elinor Cole Margaret Wheland Margaret Haskew Carol Williams J ' ,ff ' Q, . f . ,V J- , ., I -. Y I , 1 - -K V- ' 3 : X ,face L C C- . .,g,,-1-ff'-f""NN-X ---"" .I , - - , , hWwV'.", X. X . . V .. 1 4 -' ,,..,-f' -keg A V i -f' Y Y--5 fix -5-, - W Y . ACTION SHOTS Public Speaking The Public Speaking Club was begun this year by Miss Lytle Some of the members competed in oratorical contests at the University of Chat tanooga and at the University of Tennessee. President ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, , Vice-President ,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,, Dugan Coughlan Martin S ec1'eta'1'y-treasurer ,,..,,,i ..,,,..... J aney Warren Ann Yates Tommye Yates Ann Martin Phyllis Scogin Joyce DeVaney Carol Williams Elinor Cole Becky Sterchi ca-M .. rows 2 is ANN INIICHOLS May Queen .IEANETTE ICRISTOFF Maid of H 0 ,wr CAROL WILLIAMS Grace .WGCCIZHQ Scimfarship BARBARA FRYE Mar-ian Smart, Parker Scholarship Camlzfdutu for Orchid-Bowl Queen JEAN CHAPMAN Most Popular ELLA SUE SULLIVAN Presidewf of' Honm' Council MARTHA HACKNEY Most Acfive in School Affairs MAY DAY QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS MAY DAY COMMITTEE MAY DAY HWHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG"-SENIORS 1. Ella Sue Sullivan 2. Patsye Fenn 3. Becky Wood 4. Patsy McMillin 5. Mary Moore Ann Hinkle Ann Nichols Martha Ann Britton Jane Redd Shirley Deakins Jean Chapman Carolyn Del Wood Jan Boyd . Martha Hackney Fairclvild Gill Jeannine: Mulkey Jeanette Krirtefff "WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG"--SENIORS Shirley Norris Charlyne-' Abelson Peggy Patten Nell Richardson Virginia Bowen 1 Carol Vfilliame Lillian Pegram Panny VVhii3aker Amy Nixon .loan Hale Joan Hedman Marjorie Brown Mary Fart Freeman Susan Talley Barbara Frye 16 17 18 19 20 Pat West Mary Ann Bunn Bobbie Jeane Kelley Jane Wright Elinor Cole W l . I 6 1 aw u u n w 1. Q -n u u n H. , 1- - i Class History "Long Ago and Far Away" in September of 1943 we, the class of 1949, began our "School Days" in the old G. P. S. building at 611 Palmetto Street. G. P. S. was invaded by, not "Three Blind Mice", but thirty-five wide-awake "rats" that arrived "Feudin', a Fussin' and a Fightin' ". Adding our chorus to "Silent Night, Holy Night", we gave our first important performance, "The Little Lame Prince" with Becky Wood, Joan Lauderbach and Elinor Cole in the leading roles. By just "Doing What Comes Naturally", Jane Redd, Jean Chapman, Carolyn Goins, Carol Williams, Amy Nixon and Martha Hack- ney represented our seventh grade class in the basketball games. Mimi was our class president. By sheer "Black Magic" we reached the eighth grade and added Charlyne, Jean Bailey, Virginia, Pat Fenn, Barbara Frye, Regina, Tussa, Roma, Nell, Emily, Susan, Lary and Margaret Wheland to our class. Leaving their "Buttons and Bows" behind, Elinor Devine and Ann Gamble moved away from our "Home, Sweet Home". "As Time Goes By" Elinor Cole, Mimi and Jane Wright gained distinction on the basketball team. "Strange Music" tilled the school when Miss Baird tried to organize a junior glee club. Our class president was Pat Mills. "Time Waits for No One", so with shouts of 'Tm a Big Girl Now" we entered the freshman class with Becky Wood as class president. Saying good-bye to Regina and Carolyn Goins, we greeted Jan, Bobbie Jean, Jeannine, Betty Lynn, Ann Proctor and Ella Sue. "Close as Pages in a Book" were Charlyne, Virginia, Elinor, Pat Fenn, Barbara Frye, Joan Hale, Tussa, Shirley, Becky Sterchi, Martha Whitaker, Carol Williams and Martha Hackney, who composed the Library Club. Again "Strange Music" was heard when we made our iirst contribution to the Glee Club. Our little "Bluebirds of Happiness" were Amy Nixon, Elinor and Tussa. Becky Wood, Barbara Frye, Carolyn Wood and Jan Boyd starred, in "Elmer", our freshman play. May Day found us "Marching Along Together" in the "Wizard of Oz". Becoming "A Little Independent", we began our sophomore year. As Jean Bailey, Roma, Hazel, and Ann Proctor left our class, Fairchild, Joan Hedman, Mary Fort, Christine, Jo Jo, Patsy McMillin and Ann Nichols entered it. Stepping intofipopularity was Martha Ann Britton, who was our class president. We again displayed our dramatic ability in"'Not Tonight". Joan Lauderbach, Becky Wood, Carolyn Wood, Elinor Cole and Martha Hackney were chosen to serve in the Dramatic Club the follow- ing year. After years of "Singing in the Rain" Joan Hedman, Bobbie Jean, Jeanette, Ann Nichols, Jo Jo and Mary Moore began singing in the Glee Club and in our first operetta. With Jean Chapman our class president we began our junior year in the new building. To remind us that "It's a Sin to Tell a Lie" Mary Ann, Ella Sue and Barbara Frye were members of the Honor Council. When the Creative Writing Club was formed, Becky Sterchi, Martha Hackney, Nell and Carol Williams joined it. Charlyne, Jan, Betty June, Barbara Frye, Ann Nichols, Becky Sterchi, Carol, Car- olyn and Martha Hackney were members of the Static Board. "It's Been a Long, Long Time", but here we are in the senior class with Jane Wright our president and Ella Sue, president of the Honor Council. Our May Queen is lovely Ann Nichols, followed by Jeanette, the Maid of Honor. Jean Chapman is Most Popular and Martha Hackney is Most Active in School Affairs. Carol Williams holds the Grace McCallie Scholarship, and Barbara Frye, the Mar- ion Stuart Parker Award. "Coming In on a Wing and a Prayer" is the Annual edited by Elinor, who was assisted by Joan Hale, Carolyn, Becky Sterchi, Joan Hedman, Jan and Martha Hackney. Singing "Atlanta, G. A." and "Memphis Blues" the seniors on the newly organized basketball team are Ann Nichols, Tussa, Elinor, Peggy, Margaret and Carol. The charter members of the National Honor Society are Barbara Frye, Betty June, Carol, Virginia and Martha. Virginia is also chairman of the Red Cross Committee. Now within our reach "There's a Great Day Coming", when with a tear and a smile we shall take our diplomas and proceed to college "Somewhere over the Rainbow". ' i M artha. H or ckney j Class Will I, Charlyne Abelson, will by ability to be well-read to Rachel Whitesides, who seems to be both herself. I, Mimi Allison, will my sarcastic remarks to Elizabeth Lupton, who can never think of a quick comeback. . I, Virginia Bowen, will my gesticulations and my constant companion, suitcase, to the Dramatic Club. I, Jan Boyd, will my past experience in stringing boys along to any other sap who thinks she can get by with it. I, Martha Ann Britton, will my ability to keep a conversation going to Nancy McDonald, who always seems at a loss for words. I, Marjorie Brown, will my ability to change from brunette to blonde and vice versa to Mr. Chameleon. I, anyway. I, Mary Ann Bunn, will my last name to Miss Gertrude, since I won't need it much longer Jean Chapman, will my ability to spell any and every word to Webster. Betty June Clark will my system of passive resistance to Peggy Ann Huffaker. I7 I I, Elinor Cole, will room 115 to the Static Board who think they own it already. Shirley Deakins will my reserved bed in sick bay to Dugan Coughlan, who has always been I, , such a poor, sickly-looking child. I, Patsye Fenn, will my exuberance to Ellle McDonald. I, Mary Fort Freeman, will my swinging foot to Helen Caine, who has no swing in her back yard. I, Barbara Frye, will my reluctance in seeking College admission to the Juniors, who are not eager to apply either. We, Alice Giles, Pat West and Nell Richardson, will our ability to skip school together and get by with it to anyone else who wants to take the chance. I, Fairchild Gill, will my mathematical ability Qupon an anonymous recommendationl to the teachers who have trouble in averaging their grades. I, Martha Hackney, will my bubbling personality to the G. P. S. drinking fountains in the hope that they will do the same. I, Joan Hale, will my many curlers and bobby pins to Henrietta Van Order. I, Tussa Haskew, will my determination to graduate in seven years to Jenny Folts in the hope that her stay here will not be longer than mine. I, Joan Hedman, leave my record to the G. P. Sy-yictrola. I, Ann Hinkle, will my southern accent to Mrs. Addis. I, Bobbie Jeane Kelley, will my green eyes I, Jeanette Kristoff, will my popularity to I, Joan Lauderbach, will my ability always has one. I, bathing I , Pat Mills, will my I, Mary Moore, will wolves" I, Jeannine Mulkey, I, Ann Nichols, will back to the cats. the yo-yo's. to have a date to Barbara Mathews, who just never Patsy McMillin, who refuse to remain completely white all winter long, will my love of sun- to Miss Whitaker. undying love for one man to FiFi. my love of Daytona Beach to Chase Lane, who is afraid of the "big bad will my crushes to Mary Ewing Martin. 'Nuf said. my big, round, blue eyes to Betty Grace Brown, who unfortunately has mere slits. I I, Amy Nixon, do will my favorite song, "After Graduation Day", to the seventh grade in case they also say "I Dream of You". . L L 1, I, I L to keep I 7 Shirley Norris, will my gurgling laugh to Peggy Patten, will my posture in class Lillian Pegram, will my soprano voice to Jane Redd, will my sultry voice to Ann Barbara Schroeder, will a sweater to Shug Cate. back to Buddha. Ann Zahnd who unfortunately can't carry a tune. Clementson. Venus. Gloria Shadden, will my mania for cutting my hair to Carol Jewell, who has to tie hers up it from dragging the ground. Becky Sterchi, will my complete inability to raise my eyebrow to Miss Sara Sue Smith, whose brows just stay up. I, Ella Sue Sullivan, will my ability to make announcements in assembly to Mrs. Lewis, who never has anything to say. I, Susan Talley, will my regal bearing to Muffet Handly. I, Margaret Wheland, will my desire to learn to spell to Miss Bass, who seems to have just as hard a time. I, Panny Whitaker, will my curl-twisting habit to Toni. I, Carol Williams, will my orderliness to the cafeteria tables. I, Becky Wood, will my dramatic ability to Ann Martin. I, Carolyn Del Wood, will my "calm, cool and collected" manner to Miss Roxy, who is always unable to control her boisterous ways. I, Jane Wright, will my southern drawl to Barbara Salisbury. VVe, the Senoir Class of 1949, will miss you next year. Prophecy Pouella Larsons Our congratulations go to Martha Ann Britton and Pat Mills for their great success in their newest ballet in Paris. Every night after the show there are waiting on them "Bunches" and "Banks" of flowers. Speaking of music, Mimi spends many hours perfecting her voice. Realizing .that she could notetear her husband away from the Dismembered Tennesseans, she finally decided to .join them. Now they say the show would not be complete without "Mimi Pearl". Back to France again-we hear that Ann Hinkle tried to show the people of Rouen how Ingrid Bergman re-enacted the scene of Joan of Arc's martyrdom and got so enthralled in the task that she set herself on fire, thus finding a way to spontaneous combustion. Jane Wright stopped by for a visit with me not long ago. She had just returned from Paris, where she has rec-ently opened a new shop for the latest fashions in women's wear. Alice Giles has taken charge, however, while Jane is away. It is said that her winning person- ality draws many customers. Many members of the class of '49 have gone into the business world. Heading the list are Jan Boyd and Carolyn Wood. These two lassies fthey never dated mor-e than a hundred different boys apiece each month while at G. P. SJ own and operate a "Lonely Hearts' Club for Dateless Girls". Jan takes the orders for Baylor boysg and Carolyn, for McCallie boys. Jeannine Mulkey has gone into business for herself. She calls her business "Fill to the Brim and Still Stay Slim." Jeannine says she feels so sorry for poor Joan Lauderbach, who walks into the shop every day with the same book. The book is Fair- child Gill's latest masterpiece, Geometry Can Be Fun, and Joan just sits and stares at it. Jeannine says Joan's case is out of the reducing line. It's not food she's had too much of, it's "Whiskey". Margaret Wheland was in Jeannine's shop for a workout before leaving for England to enter the Olymp1cs.for the second time. She says her ability to hold the title of "the world's fastest runner" is due to the time she spent running up and down the hill to the athletic field at dear old G. P. S. Gloria Shadden re- turned the other day to Daytona to prepare for a very special guest. You know she is now running a summer resort on the beach where the "elite meet." Her guest is none other than Ella Sue Sullivan. Poor Ella Sue, being Honor Council President at G. P. S. just went to her headg now she is a dis- tinguished member of the Supreme Court of the United States. Did you know that Carol Williams, the famous woman doctor, is working at G. P. S.? The students have to have a medical examination to get into sick bay. Now for a look at the entertainment world. Jane Redd, star of the Ballet Russe, seems to have a mania for pets-especially "Bunny" rabbits. Peggy Patten's best record in, months is entitled "Are You Mad, Lew?"-the reverse is "Lew, Lew, Are You Mad?" Mary Moore, star of a musical comedy, has started collecting animals-preference at this time seems to be "Monkeys". Virginia Bowen was recently voted one of the ten best prompters on Broadway. Baylor plays gave her the start. Mary Fort Freeman, who does a good job on "Jam Session with Rameses", recently took over a chicken hatchery. Becky Wood, who does a little singing on the side, was named outstanding imitator of the year. Becky, you recall, began this "profession" back in those ukassum kloride" days. Betty June. whose program was taken off the air when she looked through one too many keyholes, now runs an airplane company for G. P. S. You know she always took up where Jessica left off. I hear that Barbara Schroeder has written an opera which opens in New York next weekg and the star is none other than Patsy McMillin, who early displayed her harmonizing ability at G. P. S. The spectators get double entertainment when they come to see Tussa's basketball team, "Th-e Singing Six." Her team- mates spur her on with " 'A-tisket, a-tasket,' Tussa made a basket." Sad news-poor Barbara Frye and Martha Hackney-they are in an insane asylum for special study. Barbara rushes in a circle all day, beating her head and babbling, "It's a great life if you donit weaken." Martha constantly stretches her hands heavenward and repeats, "Penny's from heav- en.' Now for a look at the domestic members of the class of '49. Mary Ann Bunn now has two children. On-e spoke German, and the other, Spanish, before they could speak English. They must have in- herited it from their father. Jean Chapman's five children have just won the National Basketball tourn- ament. Every one of them looked healthy, it must be that nourishing ice cream she feeds them. Susan Talley was in town the other day. She and her husband the is a colonel nowj are living at an army camp in Texas with their two children. Jeanette finally married some duke, but for senti- mental reasons she named her children Dewey, Sam,-but I didn't hear the names of the others. You would never know that Panny has been a hard-working housewife all these yearsg she still has that "Young" look in her eyes. Marjorie Brown is now running for the governor of Tennessee. I hope she will catch him. The class of '49 made its additions to the literary world. Charlyne Abelson, the famous psycho- analyst, has just completed a book about the only case that ever baffled her. She calls her book Autobiography-or The Exception to all Rules. Lillian Pegram, who has just finished Shirley Deakins' biography, calls the book The Last of the M0-Deakind?ffwNell Richardson has published the best seller, 900 Complaints of a School Girl. ,Z A W Many of our old friends spend their tipne- traveling. Joan Hedman has just returned from a tour of Lower Slobbovia, where she had been polling theinatives-about their opinion of the plungpng neckline. Becky Sterehi has completed a trip by..-motorhoat to the North Pole to deliver Santa Claus' mail. One of her aptitude tests in high school showed tlnat was the job for which she was best suitedgremember? Patsye Fenn decided to go to Mexico and be a "Bull" fighter. Pat West has? moved Eastg Rudyard Kip- ling was wrong Qdo you get itll. f The other day I was talkfrig to Amy Nixon,-a gossip columnist like me. She was looking, very chic in one of her own creations, at dress covered with words from the dictionary to aid her in spelling. Amy told me that Elin Cole has gone crazy over sweets. She's never seen without- a KI-Iersheyf' har. I was glad to hear that Ann Nichols' battle with the court fremember she ran off with the royal crown after May dayl ,doesn't -prevent Her recording the top tunes. Defending -Ann is B., J. Kelley, prominent lawyer, who had a difficult time deciding between law and Latin. Amy and 1 were dis- cussing how hard it is to keep up with Joan Hale, who got so tired of the puns on Hale that she changed her name to "Eagerbacon". ' V' Calendar,-gg. September 9-Registration . . . everyone glad to return after a long dull summer! ? ! September 10-School is definitely openg so are booksi?J. September 13-Rat Week . . . those cruel seniors. September 17-Judgment Day . . . M. A. B. and Joan L. give special rendition of f'Here, Rat- tler, Here." September 21-Posture examination . . . Mimi still has "swinging carriage". R 'i January' 3-School re-opens. So do booksC?J January 11-Mrs. Clark tears her hair. Seniors still have not selected a college. January 17-Exams approaching . . . Juniors plead with Miss Moyer. January 26-28-Exams. 'Nuff said. February 1-Exams returned. Re-exams ap- plied for. February 2-Seniors change colleges. February 11-Basketball! G. P. S. plays Naps September 23--Annual Board open for business. September 24-No promise of holiday . . no busi- ness . . . no annual. September 28-Glee Club try-outs . . . Is every- one in voice? V September Miss T 30-Ellie tries new locker for size. ucker comes to the rescue. October 5-New Glee Club members announced. Congra you. tulations, Becky, we're all proud of October 1.9-T.B. X-ray unit comes. Juniors and Seniors refuse . . . what are you afraid of, . . . and loses. February 17-Joan L. disrupts school when she uses HZSO4 for hand lotion. February 18-Second game . . . against Miss Hutchinson's. We lose again. Game at McCallie Gym-some consolation. March 7-Glee Club makes debut at Baylor. Bob Mott introduces us. March 11-Basketball receives glorious send-OH to Memphis. We lose again. Bored? Don't be discouraged . . . there are other years. March 22--McCallie's Glee Club puts on armor and come to sing. Special dedication . . . "Coney Island Baby". March 29-Baylor Glee Club . . . this is too much for the girls. Men for two successive weeks! April 1-Senior Day fincidentally it's also Ap- ril Fool's Day!! April 14-Surprise! Spring vacation. April 19--Vacation ends . . . s-h-o-r-t but sweet. girls? . October 25-Ann gets majority vote for May Queen. October 26-Jeanette is elected our lovely Maid of Honor. October 28-Results of X-rays . . . seniors are at ease once more. October 30-Mrs. Carter takes s-t-u-dents to Oak Ridge. November 3-Seventh grade play . . . dramatic club profits. November 13-Seniors give first dance. Strange visitors. November 24-Thanksgiving holidays . . . Four whole days of nothing but freedom. November 29-Blue Monday but definitely . . . Seniors drag themselves in at 8:33. November 30-Mrs. Clark makes another pil- grimage to Annual Board room. Result- 15 sweaters, 6 scarfs, 20 gym suits, and nu- merous pairs of shoes. Mrs. Lewis won- ders if anyone takes gym! December 5--Annual Board holds auction. May- be there is hope for an annual after all. December 17-Christmas holidays. Everyone April 20-Huge disturbance among seniors about May Day. Who will win? April 21-A miracle has happened. Rumors are flying that girls get excused from last period to attend McCallie parade. April 22-April fool! QA little late but ---- J April 25-Everyone finally realizes that May Day is only three days away. Practices every afternoon are scheduled. April 29-RAIN - May 4-May Day at last. May 7-Milestone in history . . . another prece- dent . . . Junior-Senior prom. May 13-Dramatic Club Play. 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