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GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
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Gone forever are the days of '45 and '46, days of
fun and laughter, of learning and development. Yet
long will their influence remain with us. We begin
to realize that Grove has become a part of us as we
have become a part of her. We have been instilled
with the ideals and traditions of our Alma Mater.
Consciously and unconsciously we have assimilated
some of the finer intangible things that life offers.
It is our hope in publishing this annual that it will
prove a storehouse of happy memories for dear Ole
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M. A. George Peabody College
Having served Grove as a classroom
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JEAN LEWIS ALLEN ,Lf 'N
"Sweetest girl you've ever seen, " ' M -1
Everyone loves beautiful jean." K '
Pep'Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Glee Club, '43, '44, '45, '46,
President of Glee Club, '46, Home Ec. Club, '43, Thespian
Club, '45, '46, Queen's Attendant, '45, '46, Tower Staff, '46.
"Fair, dark, small or tall,
Pat, our queen, charms them all."
Home Ee. Club, '43, '44, '45, Glee Club, '44, '45, '46, Presi'
dent of Glee Club, '45, VicefPresident of Class, '45, Pep
Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Thespian Club, '45, '46, Cheer-
leader, '46, Football Queen, '46, Vice-President of Thespian
Club, '46: Debate Team, '45, '46, National Forensic League,
'45, '46, Comet Staff, '45, '46, Senior Stars Cmost popularj,
Class Giftonian, Basketball, '45,
Hlndustriousness, intelligence you can see
at a glance,
Have suddenly all changed to romance."
Band, '43, '44,
HELEN MARIE BRUCE
"Young man beware this maiden fair,
With deep blue eyes and long blonde hair."
Home EC. Club, '43, '44, '45, Pep Club, '43, '44, '45, '46,
Glee Club, '45, '46.
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I JOHN BUCY
"Serious at times, sensible always."
Trade and lndustry Club, '46.
JOE ED CARTER
"If you hear a laugh and see a grin,
'You may be sure he's just come in."
F.F.A. Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Reporter of F.F.A., '45,
Secretary of F.F.A., '46, HifY Club, '45, '46, GfClub, '45,
'46, Football, '44, Basketball, '45, '46, Boxing, '45.
HELEN CLAIRE CHANDLER
"Beauty, intelligence, will to please,
Helen Chandler has all these."
Glee Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Home Ec. Club, '43: Pep Club,
'43, '44, '45, '46, Cheerleader, '46, Comet Staff, '44, '45,
'46, Quill and Scroll, '45, '46, President of Quill and Scroll,
'46, Colorguard, Band, '43, '44, Queen's Attendant, '43, '44,
'45, '46, Class Cheerleader, '44, '46, Tower Staff, '46,
Basketball, '46, Choral Drama, '44, Senior Stars, fprettiestl.
"Give the world your best-a heart sincere and true,
And the best will return to you."
Home Ec. Club, '43, '44, '45, Pep Club, '43, '44, '45, '46,
Glee Club, '44, '45, '46, Thespian Club, '44, '45, '46, National
Forensic League, '44, '45, '46, Quill and Scroll, '45, '46,
National Honor Society, '45, '46, InterfClass Contest, Dra-
matic, '44g Merit Roll, '43, '44, Secretary of N.F.L., '45,
'46, Secretary of Quill and Scroll, '45: Treasurer of Quill
and Scroll, '46, SecretaryfTreasurer of Glee Club, '46, As'
sistant Editor of Comet, '45, Editorfin'Chief of Comet, '46,
Basketball Team, '45, Perfect Attendance, '44.
MARY ASHLEY DAVIS
"ln our thoughts, she rates a high place,
Capahle, versatile, and with plenty of grace."
Pep Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Glec Club, '43, '44, '45, '46'
Vice-President of Glce Club, '46: Thespian Club, '44, '45
'46: President of Thespian Club, '46, Representative of Stu'
dent Congress, '45, Comet Staff, '45, '46, Quill and Scroll,
'45, '46: Tower Staff, '46, Choric Drama, '44, Senior Play,
M. SUE DEAL
"Proud, prim, pert, and pretty."
Traffic Club, '43, Girls' Reserve, '43, '44, Girls' Chorus, '44,
Secretary of Girls' Reserve, '44, School Trio, '43, Girls' Drill
Squad, '43, '44: Ooeretta "jerry of ,lericko Road," '43:
KRed Bank High School, Chattanooga, Tenn.j Secretary of
Home Ec. Club, '45, Glee Club, '46. '
"Neath golden curls, her eyes are gay,
She's an allfround girl in every way."
Home Ee. Club, '43, Merit Roll, '44, lSpringvillej Home
Bc. Club, '43, Basketball Substitute, '43, iHenryj Glee Club,
MARY ANN DUMAS
"So teasing, so pleasing,
Pep Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Glee Club, '43, '44, Home EC.
Club, '43, '44, '45, Senior Play, '44, Band, '43, '44,
"'1'here's many a fish on june's string, M
With the boys she is the thing."
Pep Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Glee Club, '43, '44, '45, Na'
tional Forensic League, '44, '45, '46, Thespian Club, '46,
InterfClass Contest, '43, '44, '45, fSecondfPlace Humorous-
'44, FirstfPlace Humorous, '45J: Home Ec. Club, '43, Rec-
reational Chairman of N.F.I.., '46,
M. C. COMPTON
"Small in size, but great in talent."
Treasurer of Class, '43, '44, '45.
"Handsome, intelligent, an a,ll'round good guy,
In our estimation, he really rates high."
Football, '44, '45, '46, Basketball, '44, '45, '46, HifY Club,
'45, '46, G-Club, '45, '46, Vice-President of G'Cluib, '46.
Senior Stars fmost haridsomcl.
"He wins by quiet sincerity."
Civics Club, '43.
LEILA FENTON FISH
"Quiet, unassuming, sweet in her reserve."
Home Ec. Club, '41, '42, '43, Pep Club, '40, '41, '42, '43,
'44, '45, Glee Club, '45, Choral Drama, '44, Senior Play, '44.
Jo NELL FORD
""1'is seldom we meet,
To hear a voice so sweet."
Home EC. Club, '43, '44, '45, Glee Club, '44, '45, Pep Club,
'44, '45, Comet Staff, '46, Speech Club, '46, Vice-President
of Speech Club, '46, Merit Roll, '43.
ROBERT LEWIS FRENCH ,f"' D
"Patient, kind, in all you do, 0 WIN Jv
Will carry you your whole life through." h
Future Farmers of America, '43, '44, QSpringville Highj.
"You have patience to put through,
Every task you plan to do."
Home Ec. Club, '43, '44, VicefPresident ol Class, '43, '44,
fHenry Highj Honor Roll, '45, Glee Club, '46, Pep Club,
'46, Tower Staff, '46, Senior Stars Cscholarshipj.
ELIZABETH DEAN GORMAN
"Outstanding sports by an outstanding girl."
Home Bc. Club, '43, Pep Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Glee Club,
'45, '46, Basketball Team, '43, '44, '45, Senior Stars Qathleticl
JO RENE GORMAN
"Charming in manner, appearance,
And all the nicer things."
Home Ec. Club, '43, '44, '45, Reporter for Home Ec. Club,
'44, '45, Drum Majorette, '43, '44, Pep Club, '43, '45, '46,
Glee Club, '45, '46.
"Merry eyes, winning smile,
He's the boy that sets the style."
Tower Staff, '45, '46, Band, '43, '44, Basketball Team, '43,
'44, '45, '46, GfClub, '45, '46, Class Cheerleader, "43, '44,
Senior Stars, fmost stylishj.
"In my soul I am free,
Only angels know such liberty."
"Ever willing the task to do,
'Yet fond of amusement too."
Home Ec. Club, '43, '44, Secretary of Home Ec. Club, '44,
Merit Roll, '44, fSpringvilleJ, Pep Club, '46, Glee Club, '46.
WILLIAM HOWARD JOBE, JR.
"Those move easiest who learned to dance."
Second Debate Team, '47, Band, '43, '44, InterfClass Conf
test fOratoricalJ '44, '47, Choral Drama, '44, Tennessee
Interfscholastic Literary League, Oratory fSecond Pl:.ceJ '44,
'47, N.F.L. Oratorical Declamation, fFirst Placel, '44, N.F.L.
Student Congress, '44, N.F.L. Tournament fOratoryj, '47,
Glee Club, '44, '47, National Forensic League, '44, '47, '46,
VicefPresident of N.F.L., '44, '47.
CABBI.. LOUIS JONES
"It is the little things well done,
'That make a successful and truly good life."
Merit Roll, '44, HifY Club, '44, '47, '46, SecretaryfTreasurer
of Hi'Y, '46, Manager of Basketball Teams, '47, Perfect At-
tendance, '43, '44, '47.
"God wrought splendidly,
And gave to earth a gentleman."
Perfect Attendance. '4 7.
"Roguish eyes, full of fun,
Has a smile for everyone."
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, Pep Club, '42, '43, '44, Basketball,
'43, '44, '47: Tower Staff, '46.
MARY SUE HOLDER
"Mary Sue, gracious, and sweet.
Charming from her head to her feet."
Home Ec. Club, '43, '44, '47, Pep Club, '46, Glee Club, '46
BOBBYE JEAN HUMPHREYS
"Good personality, vivacious, sweet,
Grandest girl you'll ever meet."
Home Ec. Club, '43, '46, Thespian Club, '44, '47, '46, Glee
Club, '43, '44, '47, National Forensic League, '47, '46, Secre-
tary of Class, '43, '44, Secretary of Tbespian Club, '46,
Choral Drama, Tower Staff, '46, Pep Club, '43, '44, '47,
'46, Band, '43, Senoir Stars, fmost stylishj.
CHARLIE HAYWOOD JACKSON
"Finely molded in her face,
Character and sympathy have their place."
Home Ec. Club, '43, '44, '47, Pep Club, '43, '44, '47, '46,
Glee Club, '47, '46, Basketball Team, '47, Speech Club, '46,
Treasurer of Speech Choir, '46, Tower Staff, '46, Perfect At'
"Saying little, knowing much."
F.F.A. Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Perfect Attendance, '43, '45,
BETTIE JANE MANN
"Even virtue is more fair,
When it appears in a lovely person."
Home Ec. Club, '43, Glee Club, '44, '45, '46, Pep Club, '43,
'45, '46, Speech Choir, '46, President of Speech Choir, '46.
"They say she's like an April day,
All sun and shower, grave, and gay."
Home Ec. Club, '43, '46, Pen Club, '46, Speech Choir, '46.
MARIAN IMOGENE MILLER
"Ambitious, witty, and kind,
One like Imogene is hard to find."
Home Ec. Club, '43, '45, Pep Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Glee
Slug, '46: Football Sponsor, '45, Basketball Team, '45, Tower
ta , '46.
"Red headed boy with a mischievous grin,
Helps our football team to win."
Fuotball, '43, '45, '46, I'Ii'Y Club, '46, Gfclub, '45, '46,
Civics Club, '43.
JOHN WILLIAM McGUIRE
"His was a nature hard to forget,
Honesty, simplicity, and friendliness, he had it to let."
Perfect Attendance, '43, '44, '45,
"Frank and full o fun,
Many praises she as won."
Home Ec. Club, '43, Pep Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Basketball,
'45, Perfect Attendance, '43.
BOBBYE JUNE NICHOLS
"Always happy, never blue,
Those like her are all too few."
Merit Roll, '43, '44, Glee Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Pep Club,
'43, '44, '45, '46, 'I'rifState District Contest, '43, '45, Tower
Stall, '45, '46, Comet Staff, '46, Quill and Scroll, '45, '46,
Vice-President of Quill and Scroll, '46, Secretary of Class,
'45 , Secretaryffreasurer of Senior Class, '46, Representative
Inter-Class Contest, '43, '45, First Place in Inter'Class Con-
test fDramaticj, '45, Thespian Club, '44, '45, '46, N.F.L.
Club, '44, '45, '46, Home Ec. Club, '43, Choric Drama, '44:
Senior Play, '44, Writer of Class Prophecy.
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RAY STOKES PEEBLES
"He loves to talk, he loves to tease."
Band, '43, Assistant Manager of Football Team, '43, Civics
Club, '43, Football Team, '45, '46.
"The reason firm, the temperate will,
Endurance, foresight, inte ligence, and skill."
Vice-President of Class, '43, '46, Band, '43, '44, Student
Director of Band, '44, Hi'Y Club, '44, '45, '46, VicefPresi-
dent of Hi-Y Club, '46, National Honor Society, '45, '46,
Honor Roll, '43, '44, Merit Roll, '45: Tower Staff, '46,
Senior Stars, fScholarshiPl: Writer of Class History,
EVELYN LOUISE RAY
"Humorous with lots of poise,
Plenty uf friends among the boys."
Orchestra, '43, Dramatic Club, '43, fLoraine, Ohioj, Pep
Club, '44, '45, '46, Color Guard of Band, '44, Basketball,
'45, Thespian Club, '44, '45, '46, Senior Play, '44, Student
"Good disposition, grand personality,
An addition to any group."
Glee Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Vice-President of Glee Club,
'45, Pep Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Thespian Club, '45, '46,
National Forensic League, '46, Basketball Team, '45, N.F.L.
Student Congress, '44, District Speech Contest. '45, Merit
Roll, '43, '44, Tower Staff, '46,
MARGARET JEAN NICHOLS
"Her smile which beauty granted."
Home Ec. Club, '43, '44, '45, Perfect Attendance, '44, '46
Pep Club, '46.
ROY DOUGLASS NICHOLS
"Outward silence, inward joy."
F.F.A. Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Perfect Attendance, '42,
MYRLE AUGUSTA OLIVER
"For worth like thine alone l pray,
'Temper like thine serene and gay."
Home Ec. Club, '43: Pep Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Glee Club,
'43, .'44, '45, '46, Choral Drama, '44, Senior Play, 44, Vice'
President of Thespian Club, '45, Thespian Club, '44, '45,
'46, Quill and Scroll, '45, '46, Secretary of Quill and Scroll,
'45: Merit Roll, '43, '44, Color Guard of Band, '44, Asso'
ciate Editor of Tower Staff, '45, EditorfinfChief of Tower
Stixlff, '46, Senior Star, fBest Allfroundj, Writer of Class
"She has the softest blue eyes,
A face you could never forget."
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, Secretary of Home Ee. Club
vftgpringvillelz Perfect Attendance, '43, '44, Pep Club,
"Red hair, plus twinkling eyes equals charm."
Pep Club, '45, fMilan High Schoolj, Pep Club, '46,
J. B. STEWART
"Let us decide what we can do,
Then do it with all our might."
Perfect Attendance, '43, '44, Basketball, '45, Diversified Oc'
cupation Club, '44, fClarksville, Tenn.j.
DOROTHY ANN SULLIVAN
"Earnest in purpose, diligent in all things."
Glee Club, '43, Home Ec. Club, '43, Pep Club, '43, Thespian
Club, '44, '45, '46, National Forensic League, '44, '45, '46,
Tower Staff, '46.
"Over him the girls all swoon,
lf only like Sinatra he could croon."
Basketball, '45, '46, Football, '46.
"When I voice how good, how great he be,
Enlarged winds know no such liberty."
President of Junior Class, '45, President of Senior Class,
'46, GfClub, '45, President of G'Club, '46, Football, '43,
'44, '45, '46, Basketball, '45, Captain of Football Team, '46,
Hi-Y Club, '44, '45, '46, President of Hi'Y Club, '46, Na'
tional Honor Society, '45, '46, Civics Club, '43, ViccfPrcsif
dent of Class, '44, Secretaryffreasurer of GfClub, '45, Senior
Stars, fMost Popular, Best Allfround, Most Athleticj.
FRANCES EUGENE VAUGHN
"Pretty, loyal and sincere,
Captiuate all who are near."
Home Ec. Club, '43, Glee Club, '43, '44, Pep Club, '43,
'44, '45, '46, President of Pep Club, '46, Thespian Club,
'45, '46, Senior Play, '44, Choric Drama, '44, Senior Stars,
"He is himself-a collection of the best things."
Band, '42, Civics Club, '43, F.F.A. Club, '43, '44, '45, '46,
President of F.F.A. Club, '46, Football Team, '44, '45, Alt'
Captain of Football Team, '45, Hi-Y Club, '44, '45, G'Club,
'45, '46, SecretaryfTreasurer of G-Club, '46.
"He makes the world a friendly place,
By showing it a friendly face."
F.F.A. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Perfect Attendance, '42, '43.
"Plenty of personality, a lot of Ambition,
Some say l1e'll be a gftat musician."
Band, '42, '43, '44, National Forensic Lea ue, '46g N.F.L.
Reporter, '461 Inter-Class Contest Cheerleaser, '47g Debate
Team, '45, '46: Extemporaneous Speaking, '44, '45g N.F.L.
Tri'State Speech Contest, '45g Senior Stars, fwittiest of
Senior Classg Best Personality of Senior Classj.
"'I'he're's nothing so kind as kindness.
And nothing so royal as truth."
F.F.A. Club, '42, '43, Perfect Attendance, '42, '43g HifY
Unfurl the banners of devotion,
Sealed by friendships tieg
With hearts united in Grove High
That will never die.
Alma Mater, Alma Mater,
You will ever be.
We pledge our loyalty to thee,
Through the passing years.
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Beyond the bend of the years to come
We long to look ahead,
To learn of deeds as yet undone,
Of words as yet unsaid.
Cur commencemenbtime heralds a New Day,
A World reioicing in peace
And strange new powers that, rightly used,
May the pleasures of Life increase.
We're happy on reaching this milestone-
Our honors are well-earned,
And many aside from textbooks are
The lessons we have learned.
We've been taught the value of kindliness,
Of patience and of truth,
The ioy that lies in good sportsmanship,
Distaste for things uncouth.
We offer a grateful vote of thanks
To the teachers who've guided our way,
Their friendly counsel and ready help
We'll remember for many a day.
Yes, we'd like to know our future roles,
But there isn't a way to tell,
So whether our parts be great or small
We'll try to do them well.
And this we hope for, above all else-
Wherever lie our labors,
We humbly ask God's gracious help,
Please let us be Good Neighbors.
-Io Rene Gorman
to tune of
I'll See 'You In My Dreams"
Here's to old Grove High,
Sing her praises to the sky . .
Teachers kind and
Schoolmates so true
Won't forget yon.
Joys that here were ours,
Gainful, shining hours,
These will light
Our pathway bright,
So dear old Grove good-bye.
-jo Re-ne Gorman
Forever And Forever ff Amen
No doubt, we as seniors, having struggled through American
history and literature have heard of Nathan Hale and suppos'
edly memorized his great quotation: "I regret that I have but
one life to lose for my country." Being not vain, we do not
claim to be heroes: but, nevertheless, we are conceited by the
fact that we are Americans and so even though our gifts may
be scant in quantity and quality, we do freely give them with
open hands and a free heart. It is therefore our wish as seniors
to place our gifts and achievements in this year-book in order
that our greatest merits and accomplishments will be enshrined
in the hearts of those we so reluctantly leave. Thus, we as the
graduating class of Grove, 1946, being unbalanced in intellect,
and of ill-reputed character, do ordain, constitute, and construct
this our last will and testament.
jean Allen-With remonstrance of spirit I do relinquish jimmy
Brice to eagerly awaiting females of the under-classes.
Pat Brisendine-I bequeath my willing personality to Jerry Sue
Wilford Brisendine--I grant my "super" trips to Humboldt
to any fellow who may appreciate their meaning.
Helen Bruce-I endow my divine love for the blue and white of
a sailor's uniform to Evelyn Weinberg. May she be successful.
john Bucy-I entrust my loud mouth to Alan Lasater.
Joe Ed Carter-I leave my "perfect goals" to John Hooper.
Helen Chandler-I bequeath my fraternity pin to any soul who
thinks they're big enough to get it.
Rozanne Clark-I leave "The Comet" to Billy Ray Balch hoping
that he will resort to nothing worse than aspirin.
Bobby June Collins-I will my ability of being the center of
attraction to Dan Veazey.
M. C. Compton-I leave my large hrown eyes to the junior boys
as an agent in charming the women.
Stanley Cooper--I leave two dozen enlarged and tinted pictures
for my many fans.
Robert Crick-I will my absorbing interest in history class to
Bobby Jennings-no doubt he'll need it.
Mary Ashley Davis-l leave my tactics on "How to Rope a
Man" in the library for all future reference.
Sue Deal-I bestow my beautiful singing voice to Marjorie
Marjorie Derrington-I concede mv broken'down, dilapidated
Spanish book to anyone with brains enough to understand it.
Mary Ann Dumas-I grant to K. B. Humphreys my "Mable
Todd Laugh." May he learn.
jo Nell Ford-I bestow my blooming voice to Betty Joy Hastings.
Robert Lewis French-I yield my fierce love affairs to Richard
Carolyne Giles-I bequeath my place on the honor roll to Anne
Betty Gorman-I leave the basketball period to Carleen Robert'
son with memories of those many workfouts.
jo Rene Gorman-I bequeath my desire for a handsome Van
johnson to Catherine Patterson,
Jimmy Haywood-I leave my ability to get along with the gals
to anyone who has what it takes. V
james Hester-To some luckless soul, I gladly will my long
hours spent in writing off spelling words.
Katherine Hill-I bequeath my ability to crack dry corn to
Dorothy Nesbitt, so she may carry on.
Mary Sue Holder--I leave my most sympathetic regards for
those behind us.
Bobbye Jean Humphreys-l bestow upon Vianne Vincent my
favorite pastime--getting in particular mixfups with tall,
Charlotte Jackson-I leave my job as typist on "The Tower" to
anyone who may get away with erasures.
Dorothy jeffrey-Gladly I will my brogue to the Rebels of
Grove so as to keep up a line of conversation,
Billy jobe-I will my "jivy" feet to Charles Baker Orr. May
he profit by their presence.
Louis jones-I render my job as manager of the basketball
team to anyone who can manage it.
Jesse Key-l will my genius to John my little brother so that
the "Key Tradition" may go on.
Freeman King-I unselhshly leave my big feet to anyone that
has the excess energy to carry them around.
jane Mann-I leave my pretty dimples to anyone who has the
patience to sleep with his fingers in his cheeks.
Juanita Martin-My merry smile and twinkling lips, I will to
any friend in need of a boy friend.
johnny McGuire-I will my enormous stature to J. B. I... in
hopes that someday he'll be big like me.
Oneida McNutt-I bestow my gaiety upon Peggy Wynns.
Imogene Miller-I leave my numerous excuses to get out of
class to anyone who needs them.
Austin Moody--I bestow upon any freshman, whatever was
responsible for my graduation.
Bobbye june Nichols-I will my ability of falling down stairs
to those freshmen who are just learning to walk.
Margaret Nichols-I bequeath my neatness to Frances Arnett.
Roy Nichols-I will my shy and modest ways to Bo Brice.
Cornelia Owens-I relinquish my sweet disposition
Ray Peebles-I leave my playful ways to Robert
Don Ramsey-I will my dependability and scholastic record to
Evelyn Ray-I bestow upon Sue Sparks my plentiful supply of
makefup in hopes that she'll have the luck I did.
Betty Rhea-Reluctantly I leave my seat by coach on basketball
trips to the next girl who is as lucky as I.
Martha Spaulding-To Margaret Paschall I give my red hair,
so that her life long ambition will be granted.
J. B. Stewart-Willingly I leave my ability to work solid
geometry to the juniors who will certainly need it.
Dorothy Anne Sullivan-To Marjorie Cooper I bestow my
Bob Swayne-Regretfully I leave my beautiful curls to Bobbye
Collltins hoping that he has what it takes to roll them up every
Bob Vaughn--Sorrowfullv I leave the captaincy of the football
team and my place as "big shot" around Grove to Billy Cronin.
Frances Vaughn-I render mv lovely smile as an offer for
advertising "Ipana Toothpaste."
Virgil Wall-I concede my book on "How to Get by Without
Work" to Bobby Jennings.
Hilbert Whitehead-I will my innocent looks and quiet manners
to james Chandler.
johnny Wiggs-I gladly relinquish my traits that attract the
girls to any junior-they are musicalness, wittiness, hand-
Kenneth Wimberly-I leave ever grateful for the lucky breaks
I received while in high school.
Myrle Augusta Oliver-I do bestow mv nickname "Monkey"
to any poor body that fits the title.
Seniors--We leave, to the underclassmen, still not believing
we're graduating, all the trimmed-up pencils, all the empty
fountain pens and all the stale food found under the holes
Executioner: Myrle Augusta Oliver
Mr. No Soap
History of the Class of 1946.
Perhaps four of the happiest yet shortest years of our
ives have just drawn to a close-years rich in memories
hat will linger in our hearts forever. It is the purpose of
his brief history to recall some of tne outstanding events
If those memorable and unforgettable years.
It was on the morning of August 31, 1942, that one'
iundred and three bewildered little freshmen were called
o attention in the gymnasium, to start their upward climb
o the day now so near. To us it was the beginning of a
new and heretofore unknown world. Such curious and
infamiliar things as Hi-Y and Home Ec initiations proved
o us that this was really that strange world. But it was
ilso a world of war. Old grads and classmates went
narching off, some never to return-to give their lives for
:he freedom we now enjoy, and nationfwide rationing
vas put into effect. On September 18 we witnessed our
irst football game. We saw our team, the Blue Devils,
Jutscore Bruceton and go on to win, 13f6. We had be-
:ome a little more adjusted by the time class officers were
:lected. Bill McCarley was chosen presidentg Don Ramsey,
licefpresidentg Bobbye Humphreys, secretary, and M. C.
Sompton, treasurer. The football queen was crowned the
might of November 6 and freshman attendants were
lanice Berry and Helen Chandler. We finished our exams
December 23 and were given a holiday until January 4.
About three weeks after we resumed our studies we suff
fered a great loss in the burning of Cavitt Hall. It was
Jn the evening of January 27, 1943, that we saw its gray,
Jrick walls crumble to the earth, only to rest in the soft
white snow. The rest of the year we managed very well
without a cafeteria, even though lunches had to be brought
from home. In February we were most ably represented
it the InterfClass Contest by June Collins, Harry Neal,
md June Nichols. School was dismissed May 14, and we
were freshmen no longer.
When we returned in September, '43, our number had
dropped to eightyffour. My! The freshmen surely were
small! Or at least that's the way they looked to us. To
start the year off we had a new principal, Mr. Moody,
ind four new teachers: Mesdames Outland and Moody,
Miss Paschall, and Mr. Sidwell. Every Wednesday after'
moon students were either learning the principles of first'
iid or marching "militarily" to the cadence of an instrucf
:or for one or the other was required of all. Once more
ave elected Bill as our president. Other officers were Bob
Vaughn, vicefpresidentg Bobbye Humphreys, secretary,
md M. C. Compton, treasurer. To attend the football
queen we again chose Janice Berry and Helen Chandler.
Dur football team had a good season that year, winning
seven of its ten games. Murray was among its victims,
zoo. We were really proud of our basketball teams that
rear also. At the regional playfoff the girls defeated
3yars-Hall of Covington to become West Tennessee cham'
aions, while the boys were nosed out by South Side. June
Sollins won second place in humorous reading in the
fnter-Class Contest. Other black and gold representatives
were Rozanne Clark and Billy Jobe. A second year was
behind us and, as sophomores, our mental worries were
Climbing the Hill as juniors fand upperclassmenj we
were still fewer, to be exact 74. We again had a new
principal, Mr. Pitner, who had formerly held a position
in the mathematics department. We also welcomed back
Mr. jelks as athletic coach. Class leaders were named
and they were as follows: Bob Vaughn, president, Pat
Brisendine, vice-president, june Nichols, secretary, and
M. C. Compton, treasurer. Our football team again had
an unusually successful season. Only once did the Blue
Devils of '44 taste defeat. Our attendants to the football
queen were Jean Allen and Helen Chandler. On
December 12, at the football banquet, Bob Vaughn was
elected captain, and Virgil Wall, alternate captain. The
boys' basketball team was undoubtedly the best Grove has
ever produced. Final rankings placed it fifth in the state.
Three members of our class were on the first team-
Stanley Cooper, Jimmy Haywood, and Bob Vaughn.
And speaking of classmates, Rozanne Clark, Bob Vaughn,
and Don Ramsey were elected to the National Honor
Society. Junior members of the Quill and Scroll were
Helen Chandler, Rozanne Clark, Mary Ashley Davis,
june Nichols, and Myrle Augusta Oliver. A boxing
team was organized by Coach Jelks and staged two meets
with Union City. Class talent really came to the fore'
front in the Inter-Class Contest, for June Collins and
June Nichols took highest honors. The middle of May
soon came and vacation was again at hand.
Ah, seniors at last! But only sixty of our original
one hundred and three were still together. New names
on the faculty were Mrs. McCullar and Misses Bryant
and Edenton. Bob Vaughn was chosen to fill the class
presidency for a second year. Also given official positions
were june Nichols, Helen Chandler, Jimmy Haywood,
and Don Ramsey. Editors of our two publications, "The
Tower" and 'lThe Comet," were Myrle Oliver and
Rozanne Clark respectively. The football team was vicf
torious in most of its games, winning eight and losing two
by very close margins. Murray was defeated 6-0 in the
annual TurkeyfDay tilt and the Williams Trophy was
once more within Grove's walls. Football queen for 1945
was Pat Brisendine. Helen Chandler, serving her fourth
year, and Jean Allen, serving her second year, were the
senior attendants. Bob Vaughn was voted outstanding
player and received the Fisk Award, besides being recog'
nized in All-State selections. Among tne twentyftwo
lettermen were the following seniors: Vaughn, Wall,
Cooper, Swayne, Peebles, Kennon, and Moody. The
shipment of class rings was delayed and they were not
received until after Christmas. Invitations were ordered
in January and graduation exercises were held May 16.
Thus we come to the close of another chapter of our
lives - a chapter that we will always remember. We are
grateful to the teachers who have guided us through these
four years and pray that the Grove spirit will remain
with us forever.
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Barbara Baggett, William Balch, Jane Black, Joyce Bennett, Marshall Bomar, Robert Bowden, Jimmy Brice, An'
nette Brisendine, Martha Jo Broadway, Betty J. Callicott, Jean Cates, Gwendolyn Cherr , William Clark, Marion
Coe, Joseph Cole, Bobby Collins, Joan Corbett, Billy Cronin, Marjorie Crowder, Charies Davis, Jane Dinkins,
Noel Edwards, Emily Enoch, Hannah Fitch, Laurene Forrest, Jack Gillespie, Billy Gream, Betty Griffin, Frances
Hicks, Sarah Joyce Hill, Emogene Hooser, William Hunter, Douglas Jackson, Robert Jennings, John Key, J. B.
Latimer, Jessie Laycock, Bettye Jean Lewis, Charlene Lyell, Ralph Manning, Margaret Marr, Robert Marshall,
Mary Belle Morris, Anne McClarin, Gene Nanney, Dorothy Nesbit, Verne Odom, Norma Oliver, Charles Orr,
Rena Owens, Glynn Paschall, Margaret Paschall, Dorothy Phelps, Anthal Phelps, Katherine Phelps, Imodell Phil'
lips, Tommy Redmon, Marjorie Reeves, Dick Richardson, Margie Richardson, Jerry Sanders, Doris Simmons, Don
Skelly, Gerald Small, Charles Snow, Evelyn Spann, Jack Sparks, Sue Sparks, Calvin Stephenson, Charlotte Taylor,
lgfiary Jo Thompson, Robert Van Cleave, Keith Veltman, Faye Warren, Hazel Weddle, Evelyn Weinberg, Marie
Phyllis Barnes, Harrell Barton, Nanette Baylis, Virginia Berkley, June Bogle, Christine Bray, Fred Brisendine,
Lovane Brooks, Jack Brown, joy Brown, Ruby Burnette, Mary Burton, Barbara Clark, George Carter, Joe Ed
Casey, Richard Chenoweth, Polly Comer, Elaine Compton, Marjorie Cooper, Malcolm Council, Betty Crick,
Boyd Davis, Miriam Deal, Roger Duke, j. W. Emmons, jimmy Fisher, Charles Fitch, John D. Foster, Bonnie
Freeland, Patsy French, Bette Gaskin, Annie Glover, joe Ed Gorman, Audrey Greene, Ioan Gross, Ophelia Ham'
ilton, Martha Hampton, Mary Hanes, Gene Hart, Betty Hastings, Ann Haynes, Leon Henderson, Mary Io Hen-
drix, Maryha Frances Hill, Bobbie Holder, Kathleen Holland, Betty Holloway, john Hooper, Kelton B. Humphreys,
jane Hurt, Winnie Sue jackson, Daniel jeffrey, Vernon Kean, Betty Kenney, Frances Lawson, Agnes Lyon, Beth
Mann, Martha Maxedon, Beverly Meals, Wilma Medlock, jewel Melton, Rice Milam, Kathleen Morris, Norma
Murphy, Billy Mustian, Regina Myatt, john McAskill, Betty McCall, Virginia McCutcheon, Rosella McDaniel,
Carolyn McFadden, Bonnie McKenzie, Ophelia McKenzie, Billy McNutt, Betty Nance, Anna Nesbitt, Ioseph
Norton, Betty Olds. Lois Oliver, Emily Orr, Sarah Owens, Carlos Owens, Polk Paschall, Katherine Patterson, Robert
Pflueger, Dorothy Phillips, Jerry Ridgeway, Carleen Robertson, Norman Routon, john Russell, Charles Rye, Billy
Sager, Robert Sanders, Elmer Sliger, Betty Jean Smith, Margaret Smith, Richard Smith, Phillip Snow, Mildred
Spann, jack Stockdale, Virginia Sturdivant, Robert Taylor, Lowell Thomas, Bobby Timmons, Annie Turner,
Randolph Turner, Walter Veltman, Aileen Whitehead, Mary Williams, Gerald White, Norma Workman, Peggy
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VicefP1'esident ...... .....,,, R andolph Turner Y ff'
Secretary .......... ........,.... B illie Sager L Q S
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G. F. Abernathy, B. J. Adams, G. S. Allen, Frances Arnett, Dorothy Atkins, Ruby Atkins, Ruth Atkins, Peggy
Bell, E. W. Berry, R. B. Bilbrey, J. D. Black, R. S. Blanton, Kathleen Bowden, F. W. Brice, I. F. Brogdon,
E. A. Brooks, B. B. Brummitt, J. A. Brummitt, L. G. Bucy, B. I. Burton, M. A. Caldwell, Sarah Cates, S. W.
Carter, W. H. Carter, J. C. Chandler, A. H. Clark, K. S. Clark, F. L. Clement, D. A. Clifford, june Chapman, Modera
Christopher, C. B. Cox, R, W. Creson, P. J. Dancy, A. L. Davis, C. M. Davis, N. R. Dinkins, J. L. Dowdy, M. L.
Dunn, j. M. Emerson, L. G. Farrar, E. A. Fitzsimmons, E. E. Floyd, J. C. Freeland, D. j. Freeman, E. A. Fryer, B. L.
Gardner, M. A. Gaylor, G. A. Gentry, C. C. Gillespie, M. I. Hall, J. C. Hamilton, M. J. Harvey, B. J. Hedges, M. L.
Hert, C. E. Hester, j. G. Higgs, P. A. Highfill, Elroy Hill, M. J. Hill, M. A. Hobby, D. C. Holcomb, R. G. Holder,
C. C. Holt, A. M. Howard, N. L. Humphreys, E. D. Jackson, G. D. Jackson, Patty jackson, R. E. Jackson,
P. Jones, L. J. Kemp, Billy Kennedy, Dan King, B. R. Knox, Billie Ladd, H. E. Langford, L. Lang-
ford, Alan Lasater, D. N. Lasater, Carlton Lindsey, R. C. Lowe, R. B. Lowry, D. A. Manning, joe Marr,
M. J. Marshall, I. M. Mathis. R. T. Miller, M. C. Mitchell, M. S. Morris, I. M. Myatt, R. G. Nairon, S. M.
Nelson, R. E. Odom, B. E. Olds, S. A. Oliver, H. D. Pashall, D. R. Perry, K. M. Phelps, R. Parkhill, L.
Parish, Joe Phillips, G. W. Pierce. T. E. Pierce, S. M. Powell, A. E. Powers, Joy Prince, C. T. Raines, Dewey
Ramsey, D. H. Ray, B. A. Redden, Frances Redmon, L. Robinson, Bobby Sanders, G. S. Scott, C. R. Sea'
wright, A. D. Sensing, B. Smith, W. Springer, R. M. Taylor, Lucien Thomas, T. R. Thompson, C. B.
Trotter, M. S. Turpen, J. D. Underwood, W. V. Underwood, D. B. Veazey, Viann Vincent, A. C. Welch,
H. E. Whitehead, B. 1. Williams, C. E. Williams, C. J. Williams, H. F. Williams, M. G. Williams, R. M.
Williams, I. E. Willoughby, S. S. Wright, Alma Wynn, H. P. Yarbrough, Clint Younger.
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SENIOR: Billv Jobe-Second Place
JUNIOR: Barbara Baggett-First Place
SOPHOMORE: Jo An Maxedon
FRESHMAN: Richard Holder-Third Place
SENIOR: Dorothy Anne Sullivan-Third Place
JUNIOR: Jane Dinkins-First Place
SOPHOMORE: Norma Faye Workman
FRESHMAN: Bo Brice--Second Place
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JUNIOR: Jimmy Brice-Second Place
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of Grove High School. It is our purpose to record
the happenings of the school and to let each stu' ' . , L. A ff'
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Sports Editor ....
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....,,.,.............. jane Dinkins
Norma Fay Workman
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President .......... ........ D on Ramsey !M'rl0l'lAl
Vice-President ........ ....... R ozanne Clark 'S 'V
Secretary ......... ....... B ob Vaughn 2
Sponsor ..... .................. ,.................................................... M i ss Diggs Y L?
TOP ROW: Don Ramsey, Rozanne Clark, Bob Vaughn, Miss Diggs, Billy
MIDDLE ROW: jimmy Brice, Helen Chandler, Bobby Collins, Jo Nell Ford,
Carolyn Giles, Bobbye Humphreys
BOTTOM ROW: Louis Jones, Jesse Key, Ann McClarin, Myrle Augusta Oliver,
Cornelia Owens, Betty Rhea
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To be eligible for membership in the National Honor
Society a pupil must have spent at least one semester in
the school and he must rank in the upper third of his
class scholastically. In addition to scholarship, member'
ship is based on service, character, and leadership. Only
twenty per cent of the Senior Class and five per cent of
the Junior Class may be members.
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The National Thespian Society is an organization for x ..
High School students interested in dramatics. The upper "" i
three classes are eligible if completing the required activ- f , ff
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THESPIAN CLUB 'eil CQ -
TOP RQWg Mary Ashley Davis, Pat Brisendine, Bobbye Humphreys, Billy Ray Balch, Mrs. George
Smith, Miss Dell Clary, jean Allen
MIDDLE RCW: jimmy Brice, Billy Clark, Rozanne Clark, june Collins, jane Dinkins, Billy jobe, june
BOTTOM ROWQ Verne Odom, Myrle Augusta Oliver, Evelyn Rav, Betty Rhea, Dorothy Anne Sullivan,
Frances Vaughan, Evelyn Weinberg.
Pyesidmg ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,... M ary Ashley Davis
Vice-President ....... ........... P at Brisendine
Secretary ,,,,,,,,. Bobbye Humphreys
Treasurer ..... Billy Ray Balch
C0fSponsor ..... .......... ....
Mrs. George Smith
.. Miss Dell Clary
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Helen Chandler, june Nichols, Myrle Augusta Oliver, Rozanne
Clark, Miss Edenton V
Billy Ray Balch, Jimmy Brice, Billy Clark, Bobby Collins,
Mary Ashley Davis
jane Dinkins, Sarah Joyce Hill, Don Ramsey, Bob Vaughn,
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The HifY Chapter is to maintain and spread
throughout the school and community, high
standards - a Christian character.
TOP ROW: Bob Vaughn, Don Ramsey, Louis jones, Mr. Pardue, Billy Ray Balch, Marshall Bomar, Jimmie
SECOND ROW: Lowell Callicott, Joe Ed Carter, Bobby Collins, Stanley Cooper, Charlie Davis, john Hooper,
William fBuddyD Hunter.
THIRD ROW: Douglas Jackson, John Key, Robert Marshall, Austin Moody, jack Sparks, Virgil Wall, Ken'
President ......... ..,,.,.. B ob Vaughn
ViCC'P'rCsidC'nt ........... ...,,,,, D on Ramsey
Sec1cta1'yf'T1casu1er ..... ,,,,,,, L0 uig Jones
Sponsor ..........,....... ....... M r. Pardue
Sponsor .,...........,........ ........
Billy Ray Balch
Miss Dell Clary
Honorary Sponsor ...,... ...... M rs. Krider
Mascot .......,.................................................................... Nancy Krider
TCP ROW: Jimmy Brice, Billy Ray Balch, Rozanne Clark, Jane Dinkins, johnny Wiggs,
Miss Dell Clary
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Krider, Nancy Krider, Barbara Baggett, Pat Brisendine, Mary Alice Burton,
THIRD ROW: Bobbye Humphreys, Billy jobe, june Nichols. Bettv Rhea, Dorothy Sullivan, fait L
Evelyn Weiiiberg QLLC I' x..,.k
The National Forensic League is an honorary organization. Its
purpose is to promote interest in interscholastic debate, oratory, and
public speaking. l
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'I'1easiwer ,,,,,.,, Betty Hastings Q it U l ff
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CME ECC MICS CLUB
Gene Abernathy, Frances Arnett, Dorothy Atkins, Ruby Atkins, Ruth Atkins, Phyllis Barnes, Peggy Jean
Bell, Joyce Bennett, Mac Berkley, Jane Black, Rebecca Blanton, June Bogle, Kathleen Bowden, Christine Bray,
Johnnie Brogdon, Elizabeth Brooks, Louanne Brooks, Ann Brown, Joyce Brummitt, Evelyn Burnette, Bobby Jean
Burton, Anne Caldwell, Shirley Carter, Billy Jean Cate, Sarah Cate, Jean Cates, Dina Christopher, Barbara Clark,
Katrina Clark, Daphne Clifford, Polly Comer, Elaine Compton, Marjorie Cooper, Joan Corbett, Clara Cox, Betty Crick,
Peggy Dancy, Anita Davis, Naomi Dinkins, Mary Dunn, Anne Fitzsimmons, Bonnie Mae Freeland, Doris Freeman,
Patty French, Esther Fryer, Bonnie Gardner, Mary Ann Gaylor, Annie Glover, Audrey Greene, Joan Gross,
Mildred Hall, Mary Drane Hams, Mary Joy Harvey, Betty Joy Hastings, Ann Haynes, Bobbie Jean Hedges,
Mary Louise Hert, Patricia Ann Highfill, Jacqueline Hill, Martha Hill, Virginia Hobby, Bobbie Holder, Betty
Holloway, Catherine Holt, Anna Mae Howard, Bobbie Humphreys, Norma Humphreys, Geanine Jackson, Pattye
Jackson, Sue Jackson, Peggy Jones, Jane Kemp, Dorothy Nell Lasater, Frances Lawson, Beth Mann, Martha
Marshall, Juanita Martin, Maxine Mathis, Joan Maxedon, Virginia McCutcheon, Rosella McDaniel, Carolyn
McFadden, Beverly Meals, Leona Mcdlock, Wilma Medlock, Maunone Mitchell, Sue Morris, Regina Myatt,
Susan Nelson, Verne Odom, Betty Sue Olds, Lois Oliver, Sue Ann Oliver, Emily Orr, Quince Love Parrish,
Rita Pnschall, Katherine Phelps, Selma Powell, Ann Powers, Frances Redmon, Jerry Sue Ridgeway, Ruby Robert-
son, Carolyn Scott, Betty Jean Smith, Margaret Smith, Mildred Spann, Jane Springer, Virginia Sturdivant, Viann
Vincent, Helen Frances Williams, Jane Williams, Jean Williams, Mary Williams, Joyce Willoughby, Norma
Faye Workman, Peggy Wynns, Patricia Yarbrough.
PEP CLUB MEMBERS
Gene Abernathy, Frances Arnett, Barbara Baggett, Peggy Bell, Joyce Bennett, Pat Berry, jane Black, Rebecca
Blanton, Christine Bray, Pat Brisendine, Martha jo Broadway, Helen Bruce, Joyce Brummitt, Bobbie Burton,
Mary Alice Burton, Shirley Carter, jean Cates, Rozanne Clark, Daphne Clifford, Marion Coe, Marjorie Cooper,
joan Co-rbett, Peggy Dancy, Mary Ashley Davis, lane Dinkins, Naomi Dinkins, Louilla Fish, Ann Fitzsimmons,
jo Nell Ford, Bonnie Freeland, Patsye French, Ann Fryer, Mary Ann Gaylor, Carolyn Giles, Betty Gorman,
jo Rene Gorman, Betty joy Hastings, Bobby jean Hedges, Mary Louise Hert, Patricia Highfill, Sarah Joyce Hill,
Bobby Holder, Mary Sue Holder, Betty Holloway, Katherine Holt, Emogene Hoosier, Bobbye Jean Humphreys,
Charlotte Jackson, Winnie Sue Jackson, Dorothy Jeffrey, Peggy Jones, Betty Kenny, Beth Mann, Jane Mann,
Martha Marshall, Juanita Martin, joan Maxedon, Carolyn McFadden, Oneida McNutt, Beverley Meals, Imogene
Miller, Maunone Mitchell, Norma Murphy, Susan Nelson, Dorothy Nesbitt, june Nichols, Margaret Nichpls,
Verne Odom, Betty Olds, Emily Orr, Katherine Phelps, Dorothy Phillips, Ann Powers, Evelyn Ray, Marjorie
Reeves, Betty Rhea, Marjorie Richardson, jerry Ridgeway, Carolyn Scott, Betty jean Smith, Mildred Spann,
Sue Sparks, Martha Spaulding, Jane Springer, Frances Vaughn, Viann Vincent, Evelyn Weinberg, jane Wil'
liams, jean Williams, Joyce Willoughby, Norma Faye Workman, Peggy Wynns.
The purpose of the GfClub is to encourage sports at Grove.
The club was organized in 1944 and included lettermen of H, fig l ' ' l x
'43 and '44. To become a member, a boy must letter in 1 LLL? 1-xg l El: ll
either football, basketball, or boxingg no boy is allowed to if Q ll
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jimmy Haywood, joe Ed Carter, Austin Moody, J. W. Emmons, Billy Clark, Billy Cronin,
William Hunter, Vernon Kean, Ralph Manning, Robert Sanders, Walter Veltman.
President ....... .......... Bo b Vaughn
ViccfPresident .......... .......... S tanley Cooper
Sec'reta'ryfT'reasu1'er ....... ........ V irgil Wall
Sponsor ................... .......... M r. Jelks
FUTURE FARMERS CF
Harrell Barton, D, Black, Marshall Bomar, Fred Brisendine, joe Ed Carter, W. H. Carter, Joe Ed Casey,
R. Chenoweth, Allen Clark, joseph Cole jr., Billy Cronin, Noel Edwards, jr., W. Emmons, Earl Floyd, john
D. Foster, ,lack Gillespie, Ed Gorman, Leon Henderson, Elroy Hill, Tom Hunter jr., Douglas Jackson, Herman
Jackson Jr., john Key, Freeman King, Billy Knox, B. Latimir, joe Marr, jewel Melton, Clint Milam, Gene
Nanney Carlos Owens, Roland Parkhill, Glynn Paschall, Polk Paschall, Dorris Ray, Billy Redden, Jesse Rob'
inson, john M. Russell, Charles Rye, Robert Sanders, Arthur Sensing, Billy Smith, Phillip Snow, jack Sparks,
Calvin Stephenson, Charles Trotter, j. D. Underwood, Virgil Wall, Albert Welch, Hilbert Whitehead, Horace
Whitehead, Clint Younger.
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SPEEC CHGIR C
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Mrs. Carson Pitt
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Grove football fans looked to their 1945 team with
high hopes and enthusiasmg they were rewarded when
the "Blue Devils," under the excellent and competent
coaching of Robert Jelks, completed a successful season
with 8 Wins and 2 defeats.
Starting the season with seven lettermen, the team was
soon rated one of the most powerful in the Big Ten
In their annual Turkey Day tilt with the Murray High
Tigers, the "Blue Devils" carried away the Williams
Trophy for the seventh time in a series of fifteen gridiron
Our "hats are off" to the team for the fine sportsman-
ship and "neverfgivefup" spirit they showed during the
GROVE- 1 9 ............ September 21 ....,.,.....,, RIPLEY-2 5
GROVE ............ September ,..... BRUCETON-6
GROVE- ..,......... October ..., MARTIN- 1 2
GROVE- October .... TRENTON-7
GROVE- October HUMBOLDT-7
GROVE- October ........., MILAN-0
GROVE- November UNION CITY-O
GROVE- November .. MCKENZIE-19
GROVE- November BROWN SVILLE-0
GROVE- November 22 ........,,.. MURRAY-O
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Board of fubfic ufililie.4
J. T. MALGAN
HERFF JONES COMPANY
COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL RINGS
COOPERATIVE CAP-GCWN CO.
Specialize In Meats - High Quality Grocery
HENRY COUNTY'S YOUNGEST BANK
Capital Stock Sl00,000 Surplus Sl00,000
Deposits Approximately 34,000,000
FIRST TRUST 8: SAVINGS BANK
Member of F. D. I. C.
Commercial Bank SL
70 Years of Complete Banking Service
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .S200,000 00
Member of the Federal Deposit In C p
NATIONAL STORES CORPORATION
C. F. KEMP
Operates in Over Hall of the U. S.
Day 861 Night 966
R. Owens - Contractor
Concrete, Sand, and Gravel
Also Clay Products
505 E. Washington - Phone 861
Poplar St. Shoe Shop
Expert Shoe Repairing
By Home Boys
That Know Shoes
Make Us Prove It
Carter's Electric Shop
Serving the Public Prevents Eviction
Ser-vice, Real Ser-vice, Is the Price We Pay for Our Place in Community Life.
Failure to render satisfactory service means eviction from business life
through the community withholding its support. Because our paramount
interest has always been to render consistently good service, this community's
support has been retained for forty-'six years, over seven times the average
life of a retail business.
The Average Life ot Retail Business Is Less Than Six Years, with Practically
All Failures Resulting from Failure to Serve the Needs of the Community.
We Thank the Community for the Support It Has Accorded U-
PEOPLES COAL AND ICE COMPANY
RED GOOSE SHOES
For Boys and Girls of All Ages
Newest Styles at Popular Prices
FASHION SHOE STORE
Paris' Only Exclusive Shoe Store
EAST SIDE OF SQUARE
of T H E C H A R M
WESTERN AUTO S H O P P E
715 Beauty Salon
Phone 168 Ma sonic Bldg
"The Better Dressed Parisian:
Find Their Ladies' OI,-
3' H. D. TIMMONS
RILEY FURNITURE CO. HOME APPLIANCE CO
WEST WASHINGTON N. POPLAR
PHONE 99 PHONE 970
I Better Quality and Lower Prices
DARRIS MANN'S CLEANER
209 M St. PORTER CHEVROLET
For Quality Service See Us
Phone 44 Paris. Tennessee
Taday's News Today P M
104 S. Brewer Street
I POST INTELLIGENCER
I 15c per week NQu"li'7 Inf"-'D
I BLANTON'S QUALITY
HOWARD 5: IOBE
The Store of Quality and Style Leadership
Meet Your Friends At The
Sandwiches--Plate Lunch-Cold Drinks
Rm 2 COMPANY
I S H O F N E R 86
T H O M P S O N
G y and Market
C OM PLI M EN TS Compliments
PARIS DRY Goons GROCERY
C P""' McCARTY'S
of ELECTRIC CO.
and 105-107 E. Ruff Street
FUNERAL HOME PARIS, TENNESSEE
Phone' CITY GROCERY CO. B"'i"'
608 wiv In Town
A pleasan+ place fo frade
PAN -AM SERVICE CO.
Latest Equipped Shop
By First Of Year, 1946
PARIS MILLING co. of
" C L E A N E R s
Fine Watch Repairing
Phone No. 183
S U L L I V A N ' S
Dixie Dry Cleaners
Allerinq - Repairing
Phone 245 Paris, Tenn.
D R U G S T O R E
Prescription S pecialislf
Phones 210-11 Paris, T
W. F. BALCH 81 SON
Insurance and Bonds
112 Market Street, Paris, Tenn.
Zenith Hearing Aids
DR. M. C. WOODS
SAVING 86 LOAN
PERRY'S RADIO SERVICE
208 North Brewer
Tennessee's Outstanding AN,AM,M
D. B. Owens C. I. Bomar
PARIS CONCRETE CO.
East Wood Street
BOMAR-OWEN S MOTOR
113 E. Wood St.
Compliments of Compliments of
TAYLOE PAINT 81 GLASS CO.
Compliments of C0mP1fmenf5 of
SONNY BOY BREAD SIMMONS DAIRY
Compliments of Comlmmems of
MAXEDON AUTO DOUGHNUT SHOP
MOTOR SALES CO.
U-TOTE-'EM GROCERY CO
I The Best for Leu
C om plimenls
HAYWOOD PRINCESS AND CAPITOL
PARIS DAIRY PRODUCTS
A11 Kinds of Dairy Products
Midwest Ice Cream
Phone ""' 303 Caldwell Ave.
Dry Goods Co.
Where Your Money Buys
The Most And Best
Store No. I Store No. 2 Y
E. Washington St. W. Side of Square
Phone 1308 Phone 427
UNION INSURANCE MAGS PLACE
Paris Phone 9116
We Buy, Sell, or Trade
W E I N B E R G ' S
Compliments of SHEMWELUS CAFE
2 5 Years
TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME 'f
24 Hours of Service
BRISENDINE FLOWER Compliments-
114 South Market St.
ph ms REY-MAC'S 366 SERVICE
ln Any Event Send Flowers
Compliments of Compliments of
I SALANT AND SALANT E. R. MOORE GROCERY
INC. Paris, Tenn.
FRY DRUG CO.. INC.
The Hexall-Store of
T H E
Phone 86 Paris, Tenn.
T O G G E R Y
of MEALS DRUG STORE
"It ls A Pleasure To Serve You"
R. L. MURRAY JEWELRY CO.
Phone No. 557 Paris, Tennessee
Just What Your Doctor Orders
l "' TROY DRY CLEANERS
P H A R M A C Y L. P. CULLEY. MANAGER
Union Ice Cream Pleasing You Is Our Pleasure
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K. K. CAFE
"Home of Good Foods"
Steaks - Sea Foods - Chicken
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PARIS RADIO CO.
Gifts for every occasio G
Ray Peebles. Owner
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STYLE CENTER BEAUTY GROCERY
' SALON COMPANY
213 Wes' wood sf- "The Home ol Enriched
Phone 1264 Gold Lea! Flour"
I GIBSCN SEED CQ- M. LIVINGSTON co.
"Field cmd Garden Seeds"
Robin's Best Flour
F. N. TRAVIS
of General Contractor
SEARS ROEBUCK 6. co. asfhfifjzft
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Suggestions in the Grove High School - Futurist Yearbook (Paris, TN) collection:
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