Glencoe High School - Glen Memoir Yearbook (Glencoe, AL)

 - Class of 1947

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We hope we have prepared this book in a manner that is worthy of the trust, that the Senior Class has bestowed upon us, and may we express our appreciation to the Senior Class for the privilege it has given us in editing and managing this publication. Our appreciation is also due to the student body and the faculty for its cooperation and for the unhesitancy in which they granted our many requests. We are ,also grateful to the many students although not actzng in an official capacity, who have worked with us for many an hour and have caused this book to be presented to you at this time. THE STAFF 19 S B NELSCN EQ, yaiagomrra MISS CAPCLYN PENNY B A , Athens RSL AZALEE HIQKE B S , jacksomrlie aww, ZW , X " This is Mr Nelsorfs flfsf yearommos, and we appreClaTG hwi ready, helpful advuce, and devoted rhterest rn our welfare throughout our Sensor year. NPS L S POWELL A E , Howard MPS P L SUMMER? B S., Peabody MR, ja W, FLOYD BSL, jacksonvrlle MR E S RLUNCKETT AB, jackwmrlle -MRS SARAH CHAPMAN C,u:IfCl'd Lomgmr re Schocl cf Commerce MR C XV. XVARD B S, Auburn MRS 1. W, FLOYD jacjksorwrlle Ulf: MARY C F' E Q , Etrb jgrvfg .WS E H EACWEL A F L" ,Qr3'1, i' X'-'gcaffa MRS S B NELSCN c Q , jadfecmrrle M433 CARRIE ICHNSON B S , Auburn EEE MRS CATHERINE CAMPBELL A B , Howard MISS IOSEPHINE BOOKER A B, Momtevallo MRS DESSER ROBERTS BLS , Iacksorwrlle MISS ELLA STREET 7 BS, Iacksonvrlle , E Q2 S f MISS LORAINE WHORTON Iacksorrvrlle MISS BERTHA IOHNSON BS., Auburn MRS TILL BREEDEN IacI4som'rIIe MRS TINNIE STEPHENS SNEAD MISS LONA STREET B S, Iacksorwvrlle MISS IRMA STEPHENS B M , Sherwood Music School 0 Q44 Poem Classmates, rest we here a little While our life is yet at morn, Pause and voice the new emotion That of this glad hour are born. 'Tis the time which all has led to, Since we heard the first bell call, Summoning us to meet together ln the now familiar hall, Dear Old Schooll l-low much our day Here slowly led us on to know, l-low much then undreamed of Knowledge we are taking as we go. Faithfully we have toiled and Striven, pressing on with higher aim, Cravely eyeing with each other, Emulating men of fame. Here about the grounds we've Wandered, talking over all We've read, thinking thoughts Too deep for utterance, Dreaming what must ne'er be said, When we leaped into a future, Far as human brain might see, Saw the visions of our lives and the Wonders that might be. O Commencement! What ending That it seems to all our strife, But the gates that open Outward to a bigger, broader life! Classmates, may the crescent Promise of our spirit never set, But the fount of inspiration Cush through all our fancy yet. Wheresoever life may lead, a Long farewell to school we say, And to principal and teacher, Nevermore to point our way. Theres a blessing in my soul, Friends, welling from its deepest Part, gathering in its hold the Deepest, truest, throbbing of my heart Let it fall on our dear School And ever old friend, as we know Creat we must clasp each hand and Whisper, "Good-bye, Classmates!" as we go -CAYNOR ABLES, jllVIMY HAMBY awww Glau Ufjiceaa ROBERTS NABORS .......,... .......... ALBERT HOLLINCSWORTH .M.. ..... V ice CHARLES MARKER .... ... WSW R S HHN " i-illlugul W TKT! 2 92J.?'Sz : zz., 51 X Q 'f SN V-21.5 ka 'B RX! H K .BNN Pre-Sudan? President Secretary DORIS 'FREEMAN ,.......,.. ......,. .Treasurer CAYNOR ABLES "Act as old as you feel if you must crawl," l. W. lOl-lNSON When duties Call there he may be found." CUELDA BROWN "She was a scholar, and a ripe good one." IACK BROWN "C-ood mature is stronger than tomahawksf' into-F HERSTON ALFORD 'Sfrong in vvrll and rrCh lm wisdom " BILLIE BRASHER "You thmlq she as shy, oh, mel oh my' You doh't know her, thafs why," W 'fl of .5 WILMA COKER "A gurl who has willful ways," RALPH CORNELIUS "Ch, he sits hugh m all gurls hearts,"- GAROLYN EAST 'l-lovv svveet and faur she seems to be, no other luke her can there ever ber" DOT EAST "She has just enough sense and nonsense to make a charming gurl," BGBBY GRAY creature that ns so bnght, never needs any light. EUGENE GURLEY "A fair boy with a kind heart, always leads to a good start." EUGENE GHUNN "A man among men." MURIEL DAVES "Ahl Why should life all labor be?" DORIS EREEMAN "A Comrade bluthe and full of glee, who laughs out lull and tree" BILLY GENE EOREMAN "Good nature and good sense must never join HMMY HAMBY "A boy with a smile is a boy worth while." PAUL l-HCKS "So faithful in love, and so dauntless in war," ANNIE lO HOLLOWAY "A smile for all, a greeting glad, and amiable jolly way she had." FRANCES lACKSON One ot the sweetest little girls we have known and pretty as a queen on a throne." 'vb'-L 'Z' sq., 'Q WENDELL' l-HCKS "He never did any harm, that is the reason he is so full of charm" A ALBERT HOLLINCSWORTH "A merry heart doth good like a medicine." MARY Hope KELLY E "A'tair girl with a kind heart." 2 xi LEON LUMPKIN "College is full of work and studies, out "Doc" doesnt Care, because he .never worries. CHARLES MARKER "l-le changes, has tickle, he drives women mad' ELMORE MCCLELLAN 'lPa'nence surpasses knowledge," lERRY MCCLUNNY Not afraid ot work, but not in sympathy with it." DWIGHT LEE "But signs of nobleness like stars, shall shine on all deserversf' CUILA LUMPKIN l know a maid fair to see, bewarel just look at this picture and you can see." 1 RAMONA MARKER "A merry heart goes all the day even in study work and play." BETTY IEAN MQCILL "The ideal woman of a young rnan's heart." TOMMY MOONEY "Never a worry and never a care." WAYNE MULLICAN "Amb1tior1, yes, I have it." CHARLES PHILLIPS A lord ot sports, though hot ot hrmselff' MYRON POPE "His every tone rs musres own," TQ' ROBERT NABORS "Sports that vvrmkled care derrdeg X' CARTHELL NQRWCOD just gave what lute reaurred, but gave NO more' -QYNP' BETTY jO PRUITT "A dumpled smrle that melts the hardest heart especrally when ft comes to meh," BILLIE SIMS "A sprr1t,yeta woman," OEOROE WILLIAMS The gravity ot your youth the world hath noted." SARAH WILLI NCI-IAM "She is true to her work, her words, and her friends." ROBERT WI-IORTON "I only ask that Fortune send a little more than I can spend." BUSTER MILES "My only books were womens looks, and follies are all theyive taught me." DONALD SMITI-I "Hes good in athletics, he's good in his books. and the girls from O I-l. S. think he is also good in looks." EVELYN ST. lOl-IN "A girl with a smile is a girl worth while." BILL WINBORNE 'Neyer do today what you can put off until tomorrow." R. L. WI-IITMORE "Happy as the day is long." v V -A W XXX. ' sv. . .. iy ,f X 1 .f .,X:,- , X K-NS'2- QT?" . XAXKXESQ -.M -51, X, .L .. - 'ff Q :rg . , X X -QXXXXX - ,XXRXX-X '- X . .X ,,X, . . , ,VAQ L.. Surg WM M A , . . . -XX. XX 41. WN' fda. . .' f' -fb X 'fp F1 .5 .3 K A X 5: XXXXAXX .. ' 5 "?NiNGLi"-X5 ' Q -X .Q a . X X -XX 5 ff 'Sf in A-.fffs ' X- 5 j 'Q -XX :SX X X - 1 'X .- k Q AWS ix 1: 'X ' K. X. X- XX J - ' 4 1 . l -XX -.gg ig . M' X- " ,XV za- 4.3. vwjk :xv . . gw . X X NX x' ' :NSS Q X N11- if YQ . Xy.X-FX-N2-N -ii -. . Xi..f:-Qi' K 1 X' N Xssifiefm PX :X XQ ggi. fs XX " - 751 Y -Til X -Q34 A X X, ,X I X- X. .1 -.15 SX S A A if X -X - XR si ,V ..,,, N xx 1 . Y K X m . N, g X , . XX. uf X. A SQ . NMNXN..Q.. ,X X X. .QNXQX , .X X X -. W 1. -Xwm:XXH X Y XX ik 'QSTXXSQ' 5 ' ' ' ' 'P - - X XNXXXXNX .. X . NW x VX. R . X N6 E WQA. . X X XS . 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' V. . ,dv-f Q, fx-eau rf- "-:'i-rw 1 new Q -r -, 8 o ' f-new we : ws-A is :fx ,i wax . - ,X ,af r-ff. M, rfb ' rrfrggfx -. as wr, - - A-Qu --if-2-A ' 2-1 4 V1-rm-, Doris Coley lean Copeland Dot Culberson Charlotte Easrervlooc Erma Class Mary Creen Frances. Howard Imogene Howard Helen Mooney lo Moore Ann Qulnn Berry Scorr lvlarjone Smith Alene Stuth Malone Cherry jean Carver Coldue Prlae , 'wmv 5 iii K .k,. Pxf- Ng! ge 1. W. CRIFFITH . IOE PHIUJPS .... HELEN CASEY .H 51.NoAH.... Glam 0 icefu 5 ...President Vice President . . . . . . . .Secretary . . . . . .Treasurer 'ili- 'QW' 527' ,lf ,,. -gg... QAM?-.q'.'x: 41" 195 'T7' ,514-, at 6' as 3 'S' Ables, Monda Alford, Margaret Booker, Audrey Casey, Helen Cooper, Marie Crowe, Cloria Ann Dunn, Betty Lou East, janene Carrarcl, Evelyn lean Class, lla Class, lva Harper, Edith Helms, Dolores johnson, Ann Ella jones, Betty jo Lawson, Betty lean Lawson, Sybil Morris, Imogene Norwood, Lee Dell Prater, Mary Frances Raley, Dorothy Rose Richardson, Katherine Robertson, Doris Scott, Dorothy Ann Hubert, Bailey Oscar, Breeden Dunston, Leonard Creen, LaWayne Gregory, Buster Ciritfith, l. W. l-lrll, Maurice l-lolloway, Raymond Huff, Kenneth lackson, David jones, Bobby Lankford, l-lenry Lett, Cecil McClellan, Blll McGraw, Roy Noah, S. l. Phillips, loe Pruitt, Tommy Turner, Louie loe Vail, Lewrs Weems, lsmmy Wells, Herman Woodward, Bully Erwin, Buddy Daves, Bobby Dean, Floyd l-leath, L, K Mrnton, Thomas lf' .4-J' 65? L7 mx'- 2 'F . ,uf ,A , ,GGY A w , Z . ,N , - ,. v .' bf 4 - . V: 'E ' ' ax we. "Sdn , .f ' .. 4 . ,- V-'l"L, 25,82 v 4, 'iff 453.115 gs A 551525, sk 57' s ff' - my v,:,4,x 1 w 4 ws ' W "L-. V-ks 5 fr 'P - ww. is-,. 5 , .K , wig, ' W P 3- ii ky. T Q -as qffff' PM TK 7 ' GZQMG' MARY IQNES .... .....,..... P residenf BILL MOCN .....................,.,... ... ...... .Vlce PreS1denT BETTY GRANT ............,..........,. ..., ..... S e cfs-tary-Treasurer BETTY PHILLIPS, EMA LEE CLARK, I P MILES .. ...., Social Commnttee 6? 9 E.. E wx 3 3 rf ig Betty Sue Allen Frances Allen Mary Ola Brannon Little Findley Sue Garrad Betty jean Grant Betty Mooney Ann Roberts Evelyn Satterfield Dorothy Spann Nancy St, john Frances Walker Emma Lee Clark Silvey Ann DeVine Peggy Ann Dunston Gladys l-ligdon Mary Elizabeth jones Peggy joyce jones Betty Phillips Betty jean Pope Buddy Butler jack Campbell james Cooper George Edge Charles Eubanks Eugene Green Roy Humphries Bobby Little Thomas Miller j. P. Miles ,ir :FR 5'5- WISP' ,lv-3 9392. 1 L.. j, L, Walker joe Charles Lee Buddy Noah james Bishop Randolph Brown Billy joe Cleveland Blll lvloon Archle Parker Robert Waghon Wesley Brown Wayne Culledge Ray Pike Zfncfencladztmen 'Im' fr I , :yin I 4:7 W6 ,V as 5' Ils 'Y' ,NCAA FIRST ROW Breeden, Brodon, Brown, Bruce, Clark, Cooper, Cooper, Emerson, Fry SECOND ROW Cregorn, Hanson, Huff, Ieffers, Lee, Lewrs, Marker, IVIcCIeIIan, IVIcCIendon THIRD ROW Mcifntrre, NayIor, Norwood, Rruatt, Rogers, Saxon, Srrnnnons, Slaran, ST john FOURTH ROW Thomas, Woodard, Hrgdon, Helms, Hodges, Davrs, Battles, Beck, Cassrdy FIFTH ROW. Foster, Oarrnan, Ooode, Ouest, CJurIeY' Harper, Jones, Iones, Marker. rv af' Q fx Q8 FP! FIRST ROV! Ford, McGraw, Maller, Mzraron, Nix, Norton, Payne, Phillros, Pruutt. ff' -e- SECOND ROW Roberts, Roper, Self, Srms, Soarm, Stephens, Tucker, Wagruom, Wagrmorw, Wells, THIRD ROW, West, Wrllrarns, Barmdrver, Candle. tx' S' C? 'S' ,WNW him swwzz, cg FIRST ROW: Mary Anderson, Edith Bailey, Doris Bishop, Rheta Blevins, Wanda Bolin, Mary Bruce, Betty Burgess, Sue Dorris, Christy Elrod. SECOND ROW: Betty Ann Garner, Richie Glass, Aloise Gulledge, Kathleen Howard, Una Ree Lawson, Beatrice Lowe, Ann Minton, Willodean Morris, Jettie Ruth Naylor. THIRD ROW: Shirley Noah, Amarillis Patty, Delma Jean Vice, Mildred Walker, Cynthia Walker, Syble Lankford, Louise Fowler, Earline Beason, Wallace Brown. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Brown, Jerry Cobb, Ellis Copeland, Hugh Daves, Charles East, James Garrett, Jimmie Gray, J. W. Green, Walter Breen. FIFTH ROW: Milton Henson, Norman Hindman, Donald Holland, George Hudson, Curtis Jackson, Tommy Jones, Lamar Keeling, W. C, Lawson, Bobby Martin. SIXTH ROW: 'Leon McDowell, Franklin Miles, Billy Noah, Jerry Phillip, Joe Scott, Talcott Stith. Jimmie Den- nis, Bobby Myrick. 1"f!i sb ' 04:-2' 'lx A Q . NSRX 'L X ,, ., ,Q ' ' 'QVUE ' ' 5' A 4 '-v x'wf""'X" M..,m j -, N -. fx , P iv 5 -N-AT.,,:E,SN5,'jf',v f 5,-5 . , N 4 h -9 'H M T ,. jg: 1, 1: 1' , if W WMM , ...... , - - ,N A1,.,,..,,,,: www' ---' 'X ., js- I f v x , My . 1:1 . y 2 ' in Q A ......-...1 O .N N -sgx K 'H T 'N-.Qi . ,fg,,,xh -, , Q . . M n.1"T0 ET., ,alan 4 ,ev an aw,,1wef2Q FlFST RCW Flndley, Hrgdon, Culledge, Chapman, Rae, Flfdiey, Max".-.ell Herein Fas' SECCND ROW Cochran, Holbrook, Crant, Howard, Dean, Ford, lomon, Crowe, lvleager, lvlr Campbell THIRD RCW Cregorn, Cooper, Holloway, Cooper, Hardman, Fry, Qornn, Thomas, Heath, Marker, lhvffz Qaacfe FIRST ROW Payne, Muller, Sl john, Lowe, Ellen, Howard, Roberts, Lee SECCND ROW Tolleson, Lultle, McClellan, jones, Lowe, Howard, Wagnon, lennrngs THlRD RCW, Feffers, Prullf, Swlnford, Keelung, Snmg, Srnrlh, Cooper, lVlcBrayer, lVl:Clendon, Mr Floyd ' Lx.. I I A I . 0 f I ,QIQI FIRST ROW Roberts, Watts, Noah, Prater, Morrrs, Mooney, Stoneeroher, Srnrth, Vrnson, Wnrtter. Weems, SECOND ROW Snwrth, Stephens, WrIIrams, Wrllarns, WaIden, BuddIes, Slaten, Saxon, Selt, Roper Holdbrool-Qs, johnson. THIRD ROW. Sexton, Lanlftord, Wrggley, Srnuth, Surns, Nrebols, Burgess, BrddIes, I.yIes, Webb, Mayne FIRST ROW, FrndIey, Abels, Iones, Curnutt, Oarrett, Hanson, Lawsor., Cray, SECOND ROW. Otwell, Moore, Pattyj Bolin, Lrght, Booker, Helms, HeIrns. THIRD ROW1 Bohannon, I3Iev1ns,Oarner, Higdon, Sums, Hodges, Coker, Campbell, Teacher, Mrs Floyd, Sub-Teacher, Miss Tomlinson, I FIRST ROW Teel, Scott, Robertson, Tucker, Odom, Watts, Wrllfams, lvlorgan, Street, Maxwell Smlth, Quinn SECOND ROW jones, St john, Haney, Sattertreld, Same, Rrchardson, Wagnon, St john, Wagnor. Naylor, Nrchols, Norton, Bertha johnson, THIRD ROW Kleosrg, Lay, Rogers, Howard, Wrllrams, Myrrek, Srnrth, Thomas, Walker, Walker Woodard, Norton, Wan male FIRST ROW Benson, Harper, Lay, Lee, Carrett, Long, Hall, Ivlrller, Battles, jarrells, Howard, SECOND ROW Benetreld, Henson, East, Hull, Rrchardson, Honea, Brandhorst, Bagwell, Findley, Craht, McClellan THIRD RCW Ivlrles, Cray, Lay, Class, Cooper, Fry, Watts, jarrells, Wagnon, Bartlett, jennlngs Teacher, joseohrne Booker. FIRST ROW lvlclvleekrn, Otwell, Morrrs, Swlntord, Weerns, lwliflrindorrr, Street, lxl.llll5lYlS, Stephens SECOND ROW Moore, Noah, McDowell, St lohn, Maxwell, Walden, Olner, lvlartrn THIRD ROW Nelson, Crlbert, Walker, Walker, Bearden, Alexander, Thomas, Roberts, Ward, Scott vzaae Q Mrs, Stephens. FIRST ROW. Butler, Howard, Lyles, Lowe, Marker, I-lrgdon. Allen, Cosby, Brown SECOND ROW, Oarrnon, Hlgdon, Bohannon, Lulaer, Farmer, Lanktord, Croft, Gregory, Lvles, Daves THIRD ROW: Burt, Howard, Long, Onffin, Hudson, Bolrn, Kendall, Orrffith, Culberson, Mrs Roberts FIRST RCW ones, Dean, Bremlerf, Holbroolfs, Forernan, Baewell, Caines, Hu clon, Starnes, Finch O 8 Abel , . al' ,V . S EE Elf' SFCCIIJD RCU! Deldrne, Hgclon, Croft, Crulfnn, Dennanw, Srnrtlw, Ridgeway, Emerson, jones, Hester B ler I IV Br Cl THIRD RCW Crant, Henson, Rrdgewal, Lawson, Brown, Knrglwt, Carden, Bearden, Vlnson, Howard Hanson, Morgan Secancf Q e e'fH Q A FIRST RGXV Long, lvlartsn, Lee, Long, Sfltln, Walker, Lyle, Rea, Lowe, Phillips, SECOND ROW Slaten, jackson, Lay, Howard,'V1ce, Hull, Ward, Haney, Tucker, Norwood THIRD ROW Maxwell, Raley, Taylor, Cosby, Wllson, Teal, Roberts, Dean, Cooper. Teacher, Mass Slreef, , .Ji I 1-.a I v Q -at , si FIRST ROVV Hemggm, Bredd, SVITIIIWI, XVEIGEVI, Ixkfi Nej,IOr, Noah, IarrEI5, RIWIIIIQS, Hfard, M153 Loma Street SECCND RONV Bavrer, Vrfelib, ST john, X'VaIIXer, Ligjrw Efoxm, Cgbb, Fame, SOIIeI,, IvIQMeek1r1 THIRD RONV Morrrs, Secff, TempIeIcrw, Upton, I.I:Co'Im'g Roberff, Turker, Vr.frIIrar'rr5, Norrcrr IVIcBrayer, M155 Loma Street, 401.41 Qfzacfe FIRST RCW Cccper, Brcgder-, HMI, Hanes", Deira, COEI35, WaII'er, Been, Dumas, Mules SECOND ROW Butler, Lgall, Helms, Howard, E'exmS. EIIe:w, Craxes, Howard, Klepsug, Carmoe THIRD ROVI! Larwkfcrd, IVIa5weII, Harper, Nelsoi Tozrrpszwrw, XNXIIIIQWS, IXfIaj.O, L5IeS, Laclfey N vw- Q E 5 A 1 K I i it X 'I Q,? A' yi, , gp Y x 5: - .wgm if'P fx ,. . ' 61425055 1' wi xii ' ' 2. mssnW'?9',,,m' an ., 53 .M 'Af5Q4b ,, .- T H fbi wmazsr: www an 32 f Km w5,j2?""5,1 - 5 1:1 .V smuvmverxfif Qvww wevmfmwa A Y 1 V M111 1 'umxmmnmul ' -- - 'iw-A Macaw: F- . ,sk-A m,,'Xr,:.wswfwsi " 1 . www MQW Z . 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'- GZQ44 Jim' Now the history of the Class of Seven-and-Forty, of the l-lrgh School of the City of Clencoe, County of Etowah, State of Alabama, is in this w.se ln the beginning, in the Two and Fortieth Year of Cur Lord, in the eighth month, and on the twenty-fourth day of the month there entered into this Land of Learning, nine-and-twenty seekers of knowledge, Some came up trom the Seventh grade where they had for many months been busily engaged in storming their minds with the honey of wisdomg some were green and fresh from the country, and some were from other halls of instruction, lt came to pass, as they did enter this land, that they were received with wild welcomings and reioicing by Albert Hollingsworth, who it was decreed should henceforth lead them up the slippery by-ways of knowledge. Now in the Second Year it came to pass that they were received with malicious glee by a certain being called Clarence Cary, who, because of his fierce taste for "Eighth Grade" blood, did Dounce upon them daily, and did cause them to suffer great things and to hear in their sleep1 "Watch me now, l'm trickyl" lt so happened in that land to which they had coma was ruled over by one known as Dorothy Duke Ellis, a teacher of much wisdom, and in the third year, she spake unto them, saying "Co, gather ye tin cans, and bring unto me, that we may be named w nner and shall reap the grand prize thereof" And, lo' lt was so that they did have the greatest store of tin, and there was much reioicing. Now, in the fourth year of their stay in this land, they were received into the custody of a famed wizard of mathematics, who it was decreed, should teach them all about finding the unknown factor called And in her earnestness to give knowledge to the seekers thereof, she did cry out often and loud, "Now, folks, we'll have no horseplay" And she did rule with an iron hand, and kept order. lt came to pass in the fifth year, that there was as the instructor of this class, a "Maiden l?l of much comeliness, Margaret Powell, only wife of a man of brokerage." And in the year a great cry went up from the ,throats of the greedy class "Lol lf it doth happen that we are to graduate after another year, it appeareth that there is much need of many dollars wherewith to provide the song and dance thereof And lol Creat crowds did come to this feast, and they called its name a lunior-Senior Party Now th s, the last year in the history of this great and wonderful class of Seven and Forty, has been one of much hard labor, and but little resting by the wayside, for preparations have been making ready for them to take their final departure from the land Now in this last year it was their good fortune to have again for their leader Margaret Powell For verily had this lady studied her Macbeth be long and faithfully, lWoe were theyll So it has come to pass that of the seven and sixty that entered this land in two-and-forty only eight and forty will graduate. Now I say unto you, they must depart thence to go each a separate way to lands they know not of, to do, they know not what And now may the blessings that ever attend the noble and good and true, follow and abide with us, each and all, now and forevermore, DOROTHY EAST 4. ,wir ES SFR ar f-X Una Well FIRST ROW Elmore McClellan, George Wrlltams, Charles Marker, Beort, Torrter, Horaee Helm: SECOND ROW Ufwtght Lee, Paul Hrcks, Buster lvl les, Edvvm Rodd, james l-lamby THIRD RCW Errmett Rlortlret, Cartttell Norwood, R I. XVI'ttrmore, l W lCl'trt3ort,"Nurm1" Brown fl l r 12455 RK tit 1 . ,X we -'il' '55- 'tlr 'Rm Mi ,dn FIRST ROVV: Robert Nobors, Paul THIRD ROW: Buster Miles, Eu- Hicks, Albert Hollingsworth, Rolplw gene Chunn, Corthell Norwood, J. Cornelius. P, Miles. SECOND ROW: Elmore McClel- FOURTH ROW: Charles Morkef, lon, J. VV. Johnson, Eugene Gurley, GUYDOT Ablesf DWIQIWI I-ee, CIIOVIES Bill Winborne. , PITIIIIPS. I FIFTH ROW: Bo Campbell. UQ ll 4 "G" CLUB OFFICERS ROBERT NABORS ,...,....., . . President ALBERT HOLLINGSVVORTH t . . Vice-President BILLY JOE JOHNSTON . . . . Secretory CHARLES PHILLIPS . - TVGOSUVQV fella Glad 'Z-"Sa M, . ' 2' gi -, V : 23. ..,. , , '- we . " Q Q41 Ji 'X' NA.-Qu AWAW' PJ MRS R L SUMMERS MR S B NELSON Eugene Cnunn, Wnlnta Coker, Munel Doves, Carolyn Eaat, Dot East, Cuelda joy Brown, Ramona Marker, Robert Nabors, Betty jo Pruitt, Buttle S ms. Donatd Smrrh, Margorue Smntlw, Leon Lumpknn, Dons Eree' man, Evelyn St john, Ioe Atkins, Bo Camobetl, Dina Coley, George Wulllarns, Dorothy Culberson, Curia Lumpkin, Alene Stuth, Aibert Holiungsworth, Wendell Hucks Y I 'hi Jima .Ma ter On our country's eastern border Reared against the sky Proudly stands our Alma Mater As the years go by. Ever loyal, hrm and true, Ever on vve'll go, Year by year the ages through Because we love you so. Cold and black, our dear old colors, Faithful vve will be, l Living to our motto ever Do our part for thee. 4 B ,QV X 'gp 9 -X-. r , . . F ,T ' T 1 " .yxqus fit, his , F909 tg few - 4- T .4-Rams ,. me e., . . ,, 62. 4. 14. FlRST ROW Breeoen Nabors, Hollrngsworrlw, Carnobell, Clmnn, Alexander, Daves, SECOND ROW Noah, Alford, Brown, Brown, Moon, Cleveland, Turner, jackson, Huff, Weems, Butler, Wells, Aoles, Brown THIRD ROW Woodard, Arlqlns, Lee, Rlwrllrps, Helrns, Humphreys, Dean, Matrox, Miller, MacCraw, Lrttle, Eulnanlqs, Cnfllrh, FOURTH ROXM Wlrlorron, McClellan, Lee, Rlmllrps, Lett, Lanlcford, Minton, Smith, NlCCluney, Lowe, Cornelrus, Ward FIFTH ROW Mules, Hollowa5, Parker, Cray, Noah, Curley, Bally, Turner, Vaal, Dunslon, Hamby, rvfmu: l 05 CA FIRST ROW3 Ables, Crowe, Freeman, Brown, Coley, Rrchardson, johnson. SECOND ROWI Sr john, Mooney, ST, john, Spann, Plmllrps, Pope, jones, Coker, Marker, Wrllrarn Booker, Clarrard, Mooney, THIRD ROWi Wullnnglrmarn, jackson, Holloway, Norwood, Mc3CIendon, Alford, Ownn, Sums Casey Grant, Class Lumpkin, FOURTH ROWi Kelly, Anderson, Hngdon, jones, Dunston, Dunn, Robertson, Reed, Devune, Carraro Helms, Harper, Clark, Smrth, C,IasS. OFFICERS CUELDA jOY BROWN .... ... ..,... DORIS FREEMAN ....... .... ANN ELLA jOHNSON .... DORIS COLEY ....,....A. CLORIA ANN CROWE .,... KATHERINE RICHARDSON 40 Jo no ....,RreSidenI Vrce Presndent . . . . .Secretary . . . . .Treasurer .parlwarnentarlan .... Reporter F' SM' fi AQ geaigl w ' lEN1.,,'-Q Skeri? ,Ax ...f lx vm ., sw, ,W-1. lf?-7' X' V1 QUEEN . . . .... CAROLYN EAST xx .ab e 'K ,-sf ' 'ge A fx Ya N Q xx Q mn. H 99 Frances jackson Doris Freeman xt. . fx Lois Anderson Ramona Marker Em 'T' M ,vb xy pl' ww . 1? Mb Ml, as-saw, f A Ledeil Norwood X. 5 Lurlene Brown R N .Ju Evelyn Saferfield i. A l I 1 QI QI 4 l Katlwrine Richardson 5 w L f, .K I 1 i I "?"""' V 5 Q gt ' 3 Q w gy 5 T:E-,.,:Q::- E A :., K Y HN -1-A k ' sb-'df' a w ...W-N 01660 When your tomorrows have faded into yesterdays, and your memory of them mellows with the suns of new days, may you find in this twenty-first edition of the Glen-lvlemior "reflec- tions" of the past spent at dear old CHS. As you turn these pages, may you live again those carefree school days when your only troubles were lVlcl3eth, lvlorte d' Authur, and Ivanhoe. l-low strangely simple they all seem now in our complex world of reality. Yet, let us breathe again the sweetness of their rare experiences before we thrust our hands upon the stern task of destiny. HQME-QQMINQ QUEEN Mary Hope Kelly Au Wmiwsgn Eh nv- G-unrfi . f 1 ,J u 'lb' Y L J s:5??s41??V 1. if as ., I Quiz? . 557' . A 2. v vp - It Wa '- 1 Shad ouiv 'PAK H06 P 7 . A f,, , ,A Jw BEST LOOKING BOY Bill Winbome PRETTI EST OlRl. Carolyn East MOST POPULAR GIRL Ramona Marker 'UD 5 ' .Q-. x 1 " X,,n"! sn... MOST POPULAR BOY joe Phillips wax N. .58 wg-w'i'2""x?' Q 5' 3+ 10' K BEST ALL-ROUND BOY Robert CErostyJ Nabors BEST ALL-ROUND C-IRL Dorothy tDotJ East MOST ATHLETIC Cul RI. Helen' Casey MCDST ATHLETIC BOY Donald Smith MOST LIKELY TO SUCCED GIRL Ramona Marker MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BOY Albert Hollingsworth IVIOST INTELLIGENT GIRL Dorothy East MOST INTELLIGENT BUY Robert IErostyI Nabors WITTIEST GIRL Annie jo Moore WITTI EST BOY Bobby Cray BEST DRESSED GIRL Billie Sims ff ,ff B 'ei 28 Q 1 Q l BEST DRESSED BOY Charles Marker T DEDICATIC The Senior Closs of Glencoe High School Tokes greoT pride ond pleosure in declicoTing The Twenty-first ecliTion of "Glen-Memoir" To The FooTboll ond BoskeTboll Teoms. NOT only were They occomplished in foofboll ond boskeTboll Teofs, buT were The True examples of superb sporTsmonship. FRIENDLIEST BOY Horace Helms FRIENDLIEST GIRL Doris Freeman fax W' .7 aaalucinq --I Ill II S? II li te 1 .r .5--pm, Um G md ll-lead CheerleadergDOT EASTl Bertie Lou Williams Dot East Buster Miles joe Phillips Ramona Marker l-lelen Casey It was a "Yea jackets" at every pep meeting, and "Sl4yrocket" at every game Our Cheerleaders furthered a school spirit that matched the pride of our fighting team COACH WARD WRICHT ASSISTANT COACH STUD CLAY FIRST ROW Managers Ray lVlcCraw, Don Cassldy, Buddy Iones, Irmmy Cray. SECOND ROW Donald Srnrth. Caynor Ables, Ralph Cornellos, Bo Campbell, Robert Nabors, Robert Whorron, Loors Vall, Blll Wrnborne, Charles Phrllrps THIRD ROW Edwln Rudd, Eugene Chunn, Carlhell Norwood, Charles IVIarker,I P IVI1Ies, jo Atkins, lack Brown. NOT PICTURED Tommy Mooney, Floyd Dean, BIII McClellan, Bully Iohnston, I W johnson, Dwight Lee, Ioe Charles Lee, Harry Mrnton, Horace Helms Caritam--CHARLES MARKER Alternate CapramfEUCENE CHUNN .-, ..., Etowalw , ..... Talladega ....... Albertvrlle ....,.. Alexarmclrua ..,.., I-lokes Bluff Cmeornla. . . Oxford . ..,,1!.. Brrdge Port .... Rome lCa.l Managers-RAY MCCRAW, DON CASSIDY, BUDDY JQNES, JIMMY GRAY :lForfeit victory They C U ...HU39 P ,,.....l+ O . l MARKER fQuarterbackl was a smart, hard block- ing, signal caller. He was the life of the team with his wit and antics but this did not interfere with his playing good ball all year, CHUNN lHalfbackl, alternate captain for the squad this year This was Chunns second and last year of varsity ball, MILES lHalfbackl was a real scatback He scored 42 points for the season, He was exceptionally fast and got every yard possible NORWOOD fFullbackl was a powerful line bucker and a hard tackler His fullbacking was about the best around and he was always willing and ready to play at any time CAMPBELL lQuarterbackl played through the sea- son and proved to be a smooth ball handler, He will return next year to try again, BROWN lHalfbackl was a fast and very elusive runner who could be counted on for yards when needed He was good at passing and receiving PHILLIPS tEndl did some exceptional playing this season, He did most of the kicking He was a hard tackler and good blocker, and among the best pass receivers in the district. SMITH iEndl was good at catching passes, block ing, and spilling interference. He was always will ing to play his best. ABLES llindl could be relied upon to play a fine ball game at all tnmes. He had the requirements of a fine ball players NABORS lCenterl was one of the best centers an the distract He was an expert ball handler and he dmd plenty of the tacklrng while backing up the Inne, VAII. lTacklel was the largest and hardest hitttng players on the squad Very few lanes were able to wlthstand his charge He was exceptionally fast for his size and a very valuable player to have around CORNEIJUS tTackIel was one of the hardest play- ers on the team He was smaller than most tackles he met, but none would outplay him. XMHORTON CCuardl was the lightest man on the lrne, He was the wrnner of the Civitan Award Most valuable player of the year. WINBORNE lCenterl played great ball when he was in the game, was a fine center He was a fine line backer and diagnosed plays well. ATKINS lTacklel was new at the grid game but he did excepttonally well for his first season He should take over a first string brrth next season. RUDD llacklel was a very hard worker and gave his best when he was in the game. SEASON . RECORD We They 51 .... . X. .. ...,. CASTON .....23 53 ...A geo ..... WALNUT OROVE .....21 35 .... .... . .en ....... ALEXANORIA .... ..... 2 0 35 .,.. ...QQ ....... FORT PAYNE .... .....20 41 ,... LQ ........ ANNISTON ..,.. ,.... 2 1 ' 61 .... .... s AROIS ..... ..... 2 8- 37 .... ..... O ADSDEN .... A.... 1 19 'H 64 .... .... ONEONTA .....l9: I4 ...,. .... A .. ...ANN1 sTON... .. I XA 40,1 42 .......... L .,.. .... O A. .,.. ..... 4 6 1 11, A 23- .,.,. .... L .. JACKSONVILLE .... 255 ,fs 39 ..... A L,.... SNEAD... .....3e L eo ..,, .... O NEONTA .... .30 A 59 .... 1ACKsONv1LLE .....21' 26,... ....... SNEAD ....... .....25 40 ...., .. .' . FORT PAYNE ..,. .... . 29 I9 ..... .... H OKES BLUFF .... .... 1 5, a 71 ..... ..... s A131315 .. L... ..,.. 1 7 Q! 31 ..... .... A LEXANORIA .... ..... 2 O ' 55 ..... SOUTH SIDE ..L. ..... 1 O 30 ...,, .... O ADSDEN .... ..... 1 4 A 38.-. HOKEsBLUFF.... 46 .... SOUTH s1OE .. .... .25 J f r I SIXTH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT STATE TOURNAMENT We They We Thet' 53 .... Sprung Carden ., ..., 25. 35-H MCC-ml '-" 35 54 .... ..., M Untord .... .... 1 7- 37 .... .... R agland ............ 19 44 .,., .... C adsden . . . .33 .... .... E towah ... ..... G A , , .1 S. with Blessed with sorne Ot the best basketball material around, the 'fackets ran Up the total of A. pO1nts agaunst Opponents 517, wuth the average Ot 42 and 22 for the Opponents and a trap to the State Tournament. Thevr spnrut and vvrll tO wsn won 20 v ICTOFISS agaunst 3 defeats. COACH PLUNKETV yi mum? . ra' 1, ,. ' , V', i A :., ,., , b iff? 1 X A ., cf" ' 1 FIRST ROW Paul l-lrcks, l. P, Mules, Charles Marker, Charles Phrllrpg, Robert lFro5t5l Nabors, Donald lRedl Smith, SECOND ROW: Eugene Curley, Buster Cregorn, lunror Lanktord, Bull Woodard. Bo Campbell, loe Phrllips, Coach Plunkett. Camera Shy Ball Player. Bull McClellan. ,AA SMITH, "RED" fForwardl, was unani- mously chosen All-District, His passing and shooting was nothing short of phe- nomenal He made the highest individual score in the District Tournament, His sea- son total was 250. MILES, "I P," IForwardl, was the fastest man on the court His passing and dribbling made him a marked man, Being a freshman he has three more years of varsity ball left. PHILLIPS, "Charles" Ifenterl, consistent playing made him a crack center. He was a vvall on defense, a brilliant passer and a crack shot, NABORS, "Frosty" ICuardl, who is play- ing his third year of varsity ball, is the best ball handler and passer on the squad He is a regular ball hawk and scores his share of points. MARKER, "Charles" lCuardI, a steady, consistent type of ball player, is not spec- tacular, but does his iob well, He is play- ing his third year of varsity ball. HICKS, "Paul" lfenterl, did his best work under pressure We shall never forget his work against Gadsden, This is his last year of varsity ball. MCCLELLAN, "Bill" llforwardl, is the type ot ball player that comes through when points are needed. He shows possi- bilities of being a fine player, PHILLIPS, "joe" lliorvvardl, who is play- ing his second year on the varsity, is de- veloping into a real basketball player, He is a good forward and is very good at pass- ing and shooting CRECORN, "Buster" lCuardl, he is play- ing his first year ot varsity balls He is good at taking the ball,ott the board and makes his points when needed CAMPBELL, "Bo" lCuardl, is also playing his first year of varsity ball He can pass and shoot with either hand and is a very good floor man. LANKFORD, "junior" lCuardl, his passing and good floor work shows promise of a great player. WGODARD, "Bill" Clforwardl, his speed and ability to get around and his eye for the basket will develop into an outstanding player. J- 14 cialian We wish fo show our appreclation to Mr Nelson for his untiring leadershup and guudance, whuch has brought Us to the end of our Hugh School educatxon. All we can do or say ls, "Thank you," Mr. Nelson. fad Wil! and '7au's IN THE STATE OF ALABAMA, COUNTY OF ETOWAH, CITY OF C-LENCOE. In the year ot our Lord, I947, we, the Seniors of Clencoe High School, make this last Will and Testament to the incoming class ot seniors. We w nt to leave in their minds the thought that they must live up to standards that we have lett them, We realize that this is a tremendous obligation tor such a young bunch of untried students. I, Qaynof tROngagi Ables, will my ability to charm Mrs Powell and my curly hair to "Snutty" Lowe I, Herston Alford, will my personality and poise to Ray Noah, I Billie Lois Breaher, will my giggles to Annie jo Moore. I I Cuelda joy Brown, will my sparkling talents to jean Carver. I, jack Brown lbetter known as "Nurmi"l, will to Reuben Underwood my way to WOO the women I, Wilma Coker, will my ability to think to Erma Class, We, Ralph IYamsl Cornelius and Carthell Norwood, will our cue sticks from the Stag Billard Parlor to Bo Campbell. I, Eugene Curley, will my crude hair cut to joe Atkins I, james Hamby, will my sleeping periods here at sthool to Horace Helms. We, Paul Hicks, Bill Winborne and Ceorge Williams, will our good looks to Donald Parker, l, Wendell Hicks, will my position to tlirt with the girls at Woolworth's to Benny Turner We, Albert Hollingsworth and joe Holloway, will our shapely figures to Dot Culberson I, Frances jackson, will my lustrous red hair to j D Alexander, l, Mary Hope Kelly, will my crown ot Homecoming Queen to jean Copeland. I, Wayne Mullican will my smile to Helen Mooney We, Robert Nabors, Charles Phillips and Donald Smith, will our basketball talents to Edwin Rudd. I, Myron Pope, will my crooning voice to Loyd Henson I, Betty jo Pruitt, will my dimples to Ann Quinn I, Evelyn St, john, will my sweet ways to Lurlene Clark I, Robert lBartol Whorton, will my heavy beard, lame brain and bullshooting ways to jimmy Thorton I, Billie Sims, will my quiet ways to Betty Scott. I, Eugene Chunn, will to the wolves ot C H. S Alene Stith for one more long year I, Muriel Virginia Daves, will my bookkeeping ability to Lois Anderson and Frances Howard, I, Carolyn Lee East, will my piano genius to Maxine Cherry, I, Dorothy Marie East, will my position as head cheerleader to Charlotte Easterwood. I, Billy Cene Foreman, will my heart to Mary Cireen We, Doris Virginia Freeman and Ciuila ljol Lumpkin, will our ability to sing and dance well to Marjoris Smith I, Bobby Cray, will my position as Mrs, Powells baby to Bobby Eubanks tor the ensuing year I, Dwight Lee, will my ability to ride a motorcycle to Bertie Lou Williams. I, Leon Lumpkin, will my priority on the "Red Bug" lmy carl to Ellywn Beck, l, Charles Marker, will my golden locks to Marvin Brown I, Ramoga Marker, will my mathematics to Doris Coley We, Elmore McClellan and jerry McClunny, will our ways to get along with Mrs. Summers tc Oscar Maddox. I, Betty jean McCill, will my voice to Lurlene Brown, I, Tommy Mooney, will my cactus plants to Cioldie Pike, I, Buster Miles, will to Imogene Howard the ability to be a man-hater, as I was a woman-hater, I, R. L. Whitmore, will my promptness ot being on time at school to the students of C H, S. We, Betty Pruitt, Evelyn St john and Frances jackson, will our bookkeeping ability to Frances Howard. Elma Pwpheaf After we had earned a two weeks' vacation from our secret service jobs in Washington, D C, we decided to spend it in Gadsden with our families. There we could see many of our old school chums with whom we graduated ten years ago. lt had been'a long time since we had seen or heard from any of themg therefore, we felt certain our vacation would bring forth many pleasant surprises. After having packed all the belongings we would need, we rushed to the station, and arrived there just in time to catch the Streamliner. When we arrived in Gadsden, we were greeted fondly by our parents, and after having been em' braced happily, we went home, unpacked and relaxed That night we planned to look up all our old school chums and have nice long chats with them the following day. Early the next morning, we went in search of our former school mates, We marveled at the growth of the city, and were astonished to see so many strange faces The first building we came to in the outskirts of Glencoe, now a big city, was a large brick hotel, Curiously, we entered its spacious lobby, and whom did we see behind the managers desk? None other than good natured Tommy Mooney, incidentally, he grows cactus plants as a hobby l-lis two capable assistants were Frances jackson and lo l-lolloway, They are planning a trip around the world in the near future. After having left the hotel we decided to inspect Uwe fine looking Medical Building across the street. There we noticed the names of Doc Lumpkin and Charles Marker on the drectory inside During our short visit with them, we learned that Doc Lumpkin is now a prominent dentist, and that Charles has been very busy at the new hospital which will be finished soon, l-le is on the sta-ff, and Wilma Coker is to be head nurse. A smart dress shop was next, and Billie Lo s Brasher and Betty lean McGill are the owners We had a nice chat with them, and Betty lean told us that Cather ne Alford is living in Hollywood where she owns an exclusive beauty shop, and th at Evelyn St, lohn is manager of an Abstract Com- pany in Birmingham, We learned that Sarah Willingham is private secretary to the new Governor of Alabama, who is none other than Charles Phillips, The owner of the only car lot in Glencoe, which takes up a whole city block, is Buster Miles l-le is a prosperous business man. R. L. Whitmore is now an official at the steel plant, We always knew that he had unusual ability A conspicuous neon sign, which spelled out tha name of "George Williams," beckoned to us as we hurried over to his motorcycle shop to say "hello" l-le told us that Ramona Marker is one of Chicago's leading stylists, Carthel Norwood owns the large garage next door We stopped in the drug store for a coke and there we find Betty lo Pruitt behind the cosmetic counter, still smiling, she has changed very little since the old days. Gaynor Ables has gone in for photography ani' has a chain of studious all over Alabama, Bobby Gray is a commercial artist and his work is very much in demandg incidentally, he is still interested in Boy Scout activities, While riding around the town, we discovered that Albert Hollingsworth is living the life of a gentleman farmer. l-le is also the owner of the largest saw mill in north Alabama. Both Frosty Nabors and Red Smith are outstanding in our world of sports. Frosty is coach at the University of Alabama, and Red is head coach at the University of Southern California, The two teams are scheduled to play at the Rose Bowl next lanuary. Dot East has gone in for journalism, and her varied columns appear in some of the best news- papers. We met Billie Sims and Guelda Brown in the new libraryg they are both teaching in high school lt was from them that we learned that Billy Gene Foreman and Wendell l-licks, the pride of our sixth period English class, have become outstanding lawyers, l-lerston Alford is mayor of Tillispn Bend, and he has been selected to run for l-louse of Representatives next election. We went into the Glencoe National Bank and saw jerry McCIuney seated in the presidents chair looking very important. Later we drove out to look at our Alma Mater where we had spent so many happy days, there we found Ralph Cornelius, the coach of Glencoes hard fighting team. lack Browns picture was in the "Glencoe Times," the newspaper published by jimmy l-lamby. The picture was of lack and a lionkhis latest catch-for he is a big time hunter lack has quite an interesting collection of trophies Eugene Gurley greeted us as we entered this ultra-modern grocery storeg he was very busy, but took time to chat with us Eugene Chunn is district manager of the Li Cr N. Railroad Company. Muriel Daves is assistant manager of the new Woolworth Store in Glencoe. She told us that Mary l-lope Kelly is now a Power's model, Myron Pope owns and operates Glencoes radio and electrical appliance shop, but he still finds time to sing for his friends, Dwight Lee is a lawyer, lf you don't believe me come out and see for yourself. Bill Winborne is running for Mayor of Glencoe and has some stiff competition as Robert Whorton is running on the same ticket. Carolyn East conducts a School of Charm in New York and divides her time between Glencoe and New York, The looks of the class, namely, Paul Hicks, has charmed himself into the senate. Every one is really proud of him! Well! This finishes our list since every one has been accounted for. It has been a wonderful day and we hope to spend our vacation in Glencoe next year, refreshing our minds with 'the never-to-be forgotten "Glen-Memoir," QQ aka rf J r ff' ff be X me !!.C!3 Kms JQZLWQM sms 227 BROAD STREET GADSDEN, ALABAMA Extends Congratulations to the Class ot I9-46-47 "Specialists in the Finest Portraits and Olamourized Photography" We enjoyed photographing your annual and look forward to serving you in the future ORDER REPRINTS ON YOUR GRADUATION PICTURES NOW FROM OUR COMPLETE NEGATIVE FILES ir Best or Luc:K Benny and Buddy HOLLYWOOD STUDIO PHoNE 2182 .-. ,.., ....,,. ,, ....,,....,.., ..,. ,. ..L. , .Av .. . . . ..., ,. -.- -H-V -------1----Q-'O -VL.. . , ..v.e ,,,,.. . I ,,.,. -, ww- ., . , L -.., .,.. -v RUNT'S PLACE SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS Phone 9121 SHORT ORDERS- -COLD DRINKS ir Across Street From Alobomo Power Company 635 BROAD STREET GADSDEN, ALABAMA gcmgmilwfaifcam . . lllli fl fi d QP K MSE? I ALABAMA AGGREATE COMPANY Fluxing ond Concrete Stone Agriculture Limestone COBB CITY PHONE 1310 DON MCCULLOUOH, President fx 52 fu 'AXE 'R '22 BEST WISHES TO OLENCOE HIGH CLASS OF '47 - From - THE NEW PRINCESS THEATER 503 34201-xo swim PHONE T33 asf qfwigsa DAN ATKINS MOTORS 306 E. BROAD PHONE T91 GADSDEN, ALABAMA "Highest Cash Prices Poid for Used Cars" BEST VVISHES tv J BEST VVISHES TO GLENCOE AND TO THE CLASS OF 1947 ir C. F. HOFFMAN 8. SONS, Inc. REGISTERED JEVVELERS Phone IOI8 423 BROAD STREET GADSDEN, ALABAMA -----0---- CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '47 i' DUNCAN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT 0 QUALITY FOOTWEAR 0 MEN 0 WOMEN 0 CHILDREN 0 NUNN BUSH 0 ENNA JETTIC LEON STILL, CEC IL WEATHERBEE, Owners COMPLIMENTS OF D. S. KING'S MAYONNAISE COMPANY i' "THE SOUTH'S BEST MAYONNAISEU ir ANNISTON, ALABAMA GADSDEN, ALABAMA ATTALA, ALABAMA Cash For Used Cars . ANY MAKE ANY MODEL PERSONALLY ENDORSED CARS TRADE AND TERMS -See- JOHN MILES FOR MORE MILES PHONE 217 223 BROAD sr 51211 ef- I 5 . 5 As a means of expressing our sincere appreciation of her er Couragement, cooperation, and efforts as the sponsor of Thus gnnua we, the staff, reserve thus page as a tribute to Mrs. I.. S. Powell. Compliments of WITHERSPOON'S, Inc. 2I7-225 South 4th St. THE HOUSE OF APPRECIATION AND PERSONAL SERVICE "WE DELIVER WITHOUT CHARGES" Phone 3I43 Gadsden, Alabama Best ot Luck to THE CLASS OF '47 'lr GADSDEN HARDWARE COMPANY 408 Brood street Phone asa eqdsden, Alobomo 'P I I I 'I 'I I 'I I 'I I 'I 'I 4 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 4 I 'I 'I 'I 4 1 Compliments of ETOWAH ABSTRACT COMPANY, Inc. 314 Chestnut Street Phone 429 We clear all titles on: DEEDS and MORTGAGES Gadsden, Alabama D U N C A N ' S A STORE OF FASHIONS and Headquarters for HIGH SCHOOL AND JUNIOR FASHIONS 'A' 321 Broad Street Gadsden, Alabama WILL HEFTER, Merchandise Manager Phone II32 J 'P I 'I 'I I I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I I I I I I I 'I I 4 'I I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I J Good Luck and Best Wishes to -----,f, I 'I 'I I I I 4 'I 'I Compliments of Gadsden Automobile Dealers Association CLASS OF '47 I I Composed of the following members: -Af ff ow Moron coMPANY :I Phone 564 if NESBETT TRUCK 84 TRACTOR CO. MCGOUGH BAKERIES II Phone 409 'I CARNES-BURSON MOTOR CO. H , , ' Phone I8I7 SGFVIFIQ the South WIl'I"I Betsy Ross Bread" ' Phone I52 lg wimoit Motoia coMPANY CAKES, PiEs AND PAsti2iEs 1. Phone QI5 " FOWLER BROTHERS MOTOR CO. "Fresh Daily From Our Own :I phone 1309 Ovensff I1 couiatesv Motoia COMPANY , Phone 2947 If MARK BOWMAN MOTOR CO. Birmingham, Alabama 2 Phone 988 ll Gadsden, Alabama 'I -,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,:::,,,,,: 1 rv ::iliiiiililllllLl" :I 'I I GADSDEN SPORTING GOODS 117 south 4th si. THE ONLY COMPLETE SPORTING GOODS OUTLET IN NORTH Phone 2 ALABAMA McGregor Goldsmith Athletic Equipment Johnson Motors SEE US FIRST! 6I O Gadsden, Al CI. 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I 1 I I I 'I 'I 'I 1 1 Compliments ot R. gl A. Electric Company "lt it's electric we can tix" 309 Elmwood Ave. Tel. 2258 Gadsden, Ala. Night 2362 J A C K S A K S LADIES' AND MISSES' APPAREL 435 Broad Street Gadsden, Alabama J --"'--v-f-vv-- Q I Congratulations l: I Compliments of CLASS OF '47 ll 1 f'EoR Quick SERVICE COME I I TO SEE US" . THE CYCLE Si-ioP I ,E I Gamble s Department ft if Gadsden, Alabama Slore l ,Q Gadsden, Alabama . I, I II Lf- ::, , - - - ,,,,, ::::::::::::::::f::::: VM' mmxm: xmmmmm: I BEST WISHES . I: 5 Etowah Service I 1 -trom- ' I 1 Station g I Kelly Brothers Station I, "WE RENDEI2 QUICK SERVICE" I, I GAS-Oll.-AUTO ACCESSORIES 1: I IE Gadsden, Alabama .Glenwef Alcbcmc' E I, I 2. :::- :::,-:::: ,-:,-.-:::: - ::::::::::::::::- -I ::::- -:::::::::::::::: :re :::::::-f::: ff: ff: ::::::' 'Y I Congratulations to I I - I k Brothers I CLASS or 1946-47 MCC es ey In I Gadsden, Alabama I ,I Heath-McCulloch AUTO SUPPLIES I Insurance Agency, Agent , 3 Corner 4th and Chesnut Streets 'I I IO6 South oth Street 1' 1 - I , Gadsden, Alobomc Phone59O 591 592 1 L :::::::::::::::::: :::::::::J:Jv-55:5 j , T:::H::::::::H::::C:::' ::::x:::::::::::: T' I E. A. CAMPELL I l Curry's Drug Store H, G, PERRY I I I I PRESCRIPTION SRECIALISTS GLENCOE I .5 BARBER SHoP . Phone 343 "We Strive to Make You Look I, ,I Better" 1 1, lg 1: 803 East Broad Gadsden, Ala. Glencoe, Alabama , I, ,E,E .......... - -, I STAR 'LAUN DRY ECONOIVIICAL - EFFICIENT SERVICE CASH AND CARRY PICK UP AND DELIVERY Phone 232 525 Chestnut Street Gadsden, Alabama Ma rtin's Ba rbecue "GOOD THINGS TO EAT" Broad Street Gadsden, Alabama Compliments at Griffin Real Estate Insurance Co., Realtors Willard Hotel Bldg. Hakes St. E. Gadsden, Ala. Phone 33I0 Congratulations CLASS OF '47 SNOW JEWELRY "Buy from Snow and pay as you go" Phone 2504 2 I O Hakes St. E. Gadsden - - ------ - - - v :::::::::::,g Compliments of ABLES STUDIO PHOTOS LARGE OR SMALL WE DO THEM ALL Piedmont, Alabama Compliments at Boston Shoe Store 527 Broad Street Gadsden, Alabama Burns Park Cash Grocery Phone 2689 FRESH MEATS AND POULTRY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GROCERIESI TOBACCOS 202 Midway Burns Park E. E. GURLEY, Owner Compliments at Baxter's Bakery Ca. "FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT COME SEE US" Phone 306 Hakes St. East Gadsden, Alabama Best Wishes TO CLASS OF '47 'ir ROSS GRAMLING FURNITURE COMPANY F 4 PERSONAL LOANS Room I, First Floor Medical Building Gadsden, Alabama Compliments ot HOTEL REICH Gadsden, Alabama Direction at A. P. REICH Compliments of J. I. GRAY COMPANY Glencoe, Alabama Compliments of Harley -- Davidson Sales 203 North 4th St. Gadsden, Alabama G. G. CLEANERS "GAIN WITH GAINES" "The fine art at cleaning is portrayed in every garment" Glencoe, Alabama WYNN BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY "We can furnish you lumber tor complete house pattern from ground up" Glencoe, Alabama COVE CREEK SERVICE STATION Phone 392-4WI TEXACO PRODUCTS GROCERIES - MEATS FEEDS - COAL GUY HOOD FEED-SEED -FERTILIZER 213 4th Street Godsden, Alobomo Phone 29I0 Compliments of RHODES-PERDUE FURNITURE CO. GADSDEN, ALABAMA BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '47 EAST GADSDEN HARDWARE CO. PHONE 2750 Compliments of Young's Clothing, Inc 528 BROAD Godsden, Alobomo Phone 489 Congrotulotions to CLASS OF '47 L. L. HARDWARE 560 Elmwood E. Godsden Godsden, Alobomo Phone 2646 Compliments of Willcird Hotel 8K Cafe ROOM AND BOARD 202 Hoke Street E. Godsden, Alo. Phone 9193 Compliments of DIXIE THEATER Hoke Street ost Godsden, Algbgmg Compliments of F. H. ASHLEY PLUMBING CO. ELMVVOOD AVENUE I Eost Godsden, Alobomo I Phone 638 B. SQ C. TIRE CO. BILL CADDELL, Manager East Broad Street Gadsaen, Alabama Phone 737 Leatherwood Office Equipment Co. II6 Court Street Gadsden, Alabama PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Compliments of E. E. FORBES 8K SONS PIANO COMPANY PHONE I538 Gadsden, Alabama Home Owners Title 81 Abstract Company "We make your titles clear" Rooms I I-I2 Pioneer Building Gadsden, Alabama Phone I26 1,:::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::: Compliments of S IB E R T ' S HARDWARE - SEEDS -FARM IMPLEMENTS 2I8 S. 4th Street Gadsden, Alabama WHO'S YOUR PRINTER? CALL- COMMERCIAL PRINTING COMPANY "QUALITY PRINTING- PLUS SERVICE" 5IO Chestnut Street Phone I72 Compliments of Bob's Sandwich Shop Compliments of East Side Cleaners Crestwood Memorial Cemetery, Inc. "THE CEMETERY BEAutiFuL" Gadsden, Alabama Phone 262 or 2236 Compliments of Bon Ton Baber Shop 520 Broad Street Gadsden, Alabama RENTALS AND REAL ESTATE GENERAL INSURANCE AND BONDS WRAGG AGENCY 433 Chestnut Street Gadsden, Alabama HIGGINS MOTORS USED CARS I653 Chestnut Street Gadsden, Alabama ,, -xxi L WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 2I6 Broad Street Gadsden, Alabama Jimmie Phillips Service We specialize in RADIATOR SERVICE - WATER PUMPS - TIRES J. T. PHILLIPS, Owner Phone 2749 IIO North Ist. Gadsden, Ala. Compliments of NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY "Howto enioy an evening at home" Drink- ROYAL CROWN COLA BEST BY TASTE TEST Gadsden, Alabama Phone 281 R HAMBY BROTHERS MAsoN coNtRActoRs Estimates Given On Any Size Job 506 Richardson St. E. Gadsden, Alabama Compliments of AUTO FINANCE CO. 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