SENIOR CLASS HISTCRY
MAY. l9t I -01.0 AUDITORIUM
Kathryn Freeman fvice-presidentj and Nancy Mon-
crief ftreasurerj, talking with Dorothy Polk after final
Kathryn: Although we entered high school with
seventy-tive, we seem to have done rather well under
Mrs. Anderson's guidance.
Nancy: Yes. we proved that freshmen don't have to
take a back seat.
Dorothy: Don't forget that Paul Crowder was elected
our class president and james Scott our vice-president.
Nancy: We freshmen took other honors. Doris
Lynch, Dorothy Polk, Martha Dale. and l were at-
tendants in the crowning of the war bond queen.
Evelyn Young and Doris Lynch were cheerleaders.
ltnllnjyn: l think we made a good beginning. You
know, I don't think I'll mind when Septetnber rolls
INIAY, l9-15 - CAMPUS
james 'l'alley Qvice-presidentb, Bill.Vick qsergeant-
at-armsj, and Sue Edwards ftreasurerj.
james: W'ell, we certainly didn't remain idle this
Bill: No, just look at the clubs, and you will see
the sophomores were prominent in all the organiza-
tions. Doris Duncan was business manager of the
Trojan Spotlight: several others were reporters, while
Sue Edwards was artist and Doris Lynch sports editor.
Several sophomores were active in one-act plays given
by the Forensic Club.
Sac: Several honors came to our members. Kathryn
Freeman was elected president of our class, and Nancy
Moncrief, Evelyn Young, Doris Lynch, and Dorothy
Polk were cheerleaders.
ltill: If yott look at the athletic teams, you will see
the names of Dorothy Mae Morris in the first team
of basketball and Grady jackson a star on the football
james: I am glad Miss Baker was chosen to be our
sponsor. She has been a great help in guiding us
through our difficulties.
Sue: I must go get my report card marked. Will
see you in the fall.
MAY, 1946 - JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUE1'
Edward jenkins fpresidentj, Kenneth Jensen Qvice-
presidentj. Doris Duncan qsecretaryj, Sue Edwards
ftreasurerj, and Kathryn Freeman treporterj, talking
at the banquet. g
Ed: This is a good climax to a wonderful year.
Kenneth: Yes: we had a newcomer. Ester Anglin,
who made first team guard, also Doris Duncan played
some, and our Dot Morris was a great star again this
year. Also Edward Curtis played football for ns.
Ed: Let's don't forget that Sue Edwards was foot-
ball queen, with Evelyn Young and Martha Dale as
attendants. And Billie Lee Carr was Future Farmer
queen. We kept a place on the cheer squad with
Sue Edwards holding the position.
Kathryn: Remember, Doris Duncan was editor of
the Trojan Spotlight this year, and many of us held
Kenneth: I'll never forget this banquet we gave for
the seniors: and just think. Miss Baker has put up with
tts again this year. She sure has done a swell job.
MAY, 1947 - New Aumrotuum
Doris Duncan tpresidentj, Lucile Parrish Qeditor of
the Trojanj, and Grady Jackson fpresident of the
Student Council, are talking with Slayden Murphree
Qmonitorj after graduation.
Doris: One of our basketball players, Ester Anglin,
made the All-City team this year.
Slayden: You were a member of the team, weren't
Doris: Yes: and so was Virginia Phelan.
Grady: Many seniors were represented on the foot-
ball team-Billy Roberts, Charles McCoin, Carl Hunt,
W. Herschel Moore, and myself.
Slayden: Lucille, you really worked hard on that
annual, didn't you?
Lucile: Yesg but if Miss Baker hadn't stood by me
faithfully, it might have been a flop.
Grady: Dorothy Polk has done a splendid job as
treasurer, keeping up with the money for rings, etc.
Lucile: Billie Lee Carr was F.AF. A. queen again.
Slayden: The honors were sure won by the girls
this year. Looks like the boys are falling behind.
Lucile was valedictorian, Dorothy Morris was saluta-
torian, Dorothy Polk won the D. A. R. medal, and
Doris Duncan won the Balfour medal.
Grady: Well, it looks like thc end of a long, hard
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