Harriman High School - Arrow Yearbook (Harriman, TN)
- Class of 1942
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IT lS OUR PURPOSE to present in this volume a picture,
as realistic as possible, of the life at Harriman High School
as seen and lived by our class, the first graduating class of
World War ll. By this We mean to present not the life of the
classroom only, but We have endeavored to incorporate the
atmosphere of the school in all its phases-social, athletic,
literary, and otherwise as we engage with our countrymen in
the civilian defense program. Our intention is to present our-
selves, not as the little angels our mothers sometimes think
us, nor as the indolent drones and "sapheads" the faculty
think We are: but as We feel ourselves to be-with our joys
and sorrows, faults and follies, ambitions and ideals of vic-
tory for our country and ourselves.
May you find in these pages a record of such scenes and
incidents as will keep alive and Warm in your hearts the
memory of your school days and deepen your love for your
To our friends and readers, we offer no apologies, only
greetings. We have done our best, and if there be fault it lies
not in our efforts but in ourselves.
MlNDFUL THAT OUR COUNTRY stands as
the last bulwark against the tragedy which
threatens to engulf the world and that all we
may ever hope to he or do depends upon a
successful conclusion of the conflict in which
We are now engaged, it is fitting that we, the
Senior Class of l942, hereby dedicate this, the
eighteenth volume of the Arrow, along With
our lives to that greatest of all emblems of
MISS ISABELLE GOODWIN:
Si! Si! she's nice and so well liked by all of those she's near.
The Betas and her pupils know they're lucky to have her here.
MR. LOUIS GODDARD:
As l-Iarriman's science genius you can mark him down.
With drop of acid and a pinch oi soda, he can really go to
MISS LOUISE CANTRELL:
Sh! is usually followed by a smile or study hall:
Thus our library is always quiet, which works the best for all.
MRS. FRED D. GEASLAND:
With a dimpled cheek and a smile so fetching,
She greets her class and it's really quite catching.
MISS MILDRED LAD'D:
Young Miss Ladd from Kingston comes to teach us over here.
Shes wise to all our tricks and stunts--at least that's what
T0 THE FAC LTY
Oh teachers so wise--so full of knowledge,
Who have helped us through the year
Who, with endless sympathy, untiring patience,
Have deepened our intellect here
At dear old Harriman High, we send
This greeting to you.
For teachers, you have not only taught us
History, English, Latin, math-
But you have aroused within us courage
To look at lifeerand laugh.
You've helped us overcome our fears,
Those fears of world conflict and strife.
You've taught us the importance
Of the needful discipline of life.
Now, you are all more than mere teachers,
More than each appears,
You are friends to all
And will not be forgotten through the years.
MR. C. R. BLACK:
Hes our leader and the very best one too,
With his interest and suggestions he has helped to guide us
MR. I. C. QUINN:
Mr. Quinn is quite a helper and talented is he.
With all his hammering and sawing, too, he's busy as a bee.
MRS. W. GLEN MCCLUEN:
Mrs. McCluen is a sponsor under which a class can thrive.
In her classes and her music for the best she'll always strive.
MRS. H. C. BUNCH:
Mrs. Bunch gives her classes ambitious ideals.
You can tell by her actions that's the way she feels.
MR. GEORGE BALLARD:
Hes the principal of this school and tea'ches "math" as well.
As the coach of our boys' teams, his rating is just swell.
MISS IEANNETTE ALFORD:
Typing and commercial work are quite easy in her sight.
Vile couldn't ever let her go, especially the Hi-Lite.
The Seniors smile
I. W. AYDELOTTE
MRS. GLEN McCLUEN
MISS MILDRED LADD
They got there, that's sure
As they look back at last The way was steep
On their past four years But look, underclassmates,
Which have flown so fast. At what they did reap.
During these years
Their goal was set
The motto was either
To get there or die.
So let the great Seniors
Who are book-learned and wise
Be an example
Before your eyes!
SCHOOL STARTED on September 6, l938. This was a happy event for seventy students, who had no way of know-
ing what was to come. The usual trouble, lessons, were encountered but we overcame them under the guidance of
such splendid sponsors as Mrs. Geasland and Miss Goodwin. We were well represented in football, basketball, and drill
team. During the year We enjoyed a picnic in the pa'rk ou Cumberland Street.
The following year found our number decreased by three, but our pep was up to par and with Mrs. Cum-
mins and Miss Davis as sponsors we undertook the studies of our sophomore year. One afternoon we were dismissed
early and chartering a truck we went to Ozone Falls where we enjoyed a picnic supper.
As Juniors our contribution to the H.H.S. program included participation in all sports. Under the supervision
of Mrs. Cummins and Mr. Goddard we got off to a good start. During the year we sponsored a movie, enjoyed a
Valentine party, and treated the Seniors to a banquet. The crowning event of the year was the successful dramatic
production of All American Family.
With much more dignity than when we were Iuniors ,we came in the fall of '41 to our final year at the old
Alma Mater with Mrs. McCluen and Miss Ladd in command. We ma'de "V for Victory" our motto, and appropriately
selected red and white as our colors and the red rose as our flower. The gridiron warriors, basketball team, drill team
and clubs-Mall were enhanced by senior efforts. As the end draws near, there is a gleam in every senior eye, and
there is the hopeful belief that despite the studies and penalties we shall soon emerge victorious.
From the summit, as Seniors
CLASS 0F 1942
I. W. AYDELOTTE
l. W., our vice-president, is admired by all.
He's a good-looking lad-- both blond and tall.
Transferred irom Lawrenceburg '4l, Basketball '42, Vice-
president ot class '42, "All American Family."
Velmodean is a true blond in this senior class.
Shes a well-liked, reserved, and quiet young lass.
Glee Club '40, '4l, Pioneer.
Arthur Brewer is an asset that our class can't spare.
By all, including Elma, he's considered quite rare.
Business Manager of Arrow.
l'm really trying awzully hard to make these verses rime.
So excuse me, l'll omit myself, and save aa' little time.
Secretary-Treasurer of class '39, Glee Club '40, '4l, Drill
Team '39, '40, '4l, '42, Beta Club '4l, '42, Vice-president
ot Beta Club '42, Class reporter for Hi-Lite '39, Literary
Editor of Hi-Lite '4l, lfditor-in-Chief ot Hi Lite '42, Literary
Editor of Arrow, "All American Family."
BOBBY MAE BUTLER
Bobbie takes care ot our basketball girls.
She's a pretty young maid with lovely brown curls.
Drill 'Team '39, '40, '4l, '42, Basketball manager '42, Pioneer.
Now Lawrence is not exactly what you would call shy,
But he's really a Casanova to all the girls nigh.
Band '4l, '42, Drill Team Drummer '41, '42, Bookworms '4l,
"All American Family", Advertising Manager of Hi'Lite
'4l, '42, Assistant Advertising Manager of Arrow, Pioneer,
Mildred Davidson is a brainy one and really pretty, too.
Of her kind we know there are just a very few.
Transferred from Da'yton '42: Dayton, Science Club '39, '40,
Home Ec Club '39, '40, Beta Club '4l, Harriman, Beta Club
I. C. DUNN
l. C. has a knack for queer questions, it's true,
But without him just what would the senior class do?
"All American Family", Advertising Manager ot I-li-Lite
Quite smart and so gay, that is Marie.
She chooses Fay as her pal as it's easy to see.
Glee Club '40, Beta Club '4l, '42.
Bill is a star in all kinds of ball,
l-le's a popular boy and admired by all.
Transferred from Columbia Military Academy '4l, Football
'4l, '42, Basketball '4l, '42.
We are looking two ways
leanne is a friendly and popular lass,
Who says it feels great to say you have passed.
Drill Team '40, '4l, '42, Historian of Arrow, Pioneer.
Margie is quite giddy and really swell fun.
And we think she's decided that Bill is the one.
Drill Team '39, '40, '4l, '42, Class Reporter for Hi-Lite '4l,
"All American Family," Art Editor of Arrow, l-li-Lite Art
Elma has plans, of that we are sure.
XNe feel certain they center around Arthur Brewer.
Head of Lost and Found Department '39, Pioneer.
MARY FRANCES HARMON
Mary Frances is retiring and shuns the bright light,
But without her help we would be in a plight.
Beta Club '4l, '42, Pioneer,
Tall, dark, and handsome, that describes Boy.
His record in sports is to us quite a' joy.
Glee Club '4l, Football '40, '4l, '42, Basketball '40, '4l,
'42, President of Class '4l, Pioneer.
Dan is a well-liked and goodlooking young lad,
Who can't seem to decide whether to be good or bad.
Her name is Rebecca, a sweet little maid.
Like the rest of the Seniors, she has made the grade.
Transferred from Athens High School, Athens, Alabama
'42, Harriman, Beta Club '42.
The senior class has a sweet southern belle,
Who says, "Sho nut, a'm fine. ls you all swell?"
Transferred from Athens High School, Athens, Alabama, '42.
Blanche is a worker and to the seniors quite a treasure,
And also to Rudolph, we hear she's a pleasure.
Glee Club '40, '4l, Drill Team '40, '4l, '42, Bookworms '4l,
Hi-Lite Class reporter '42, "All American Family," Advertis-
ing Manager ot Arrow, Pioneer.
impulsive, alert, and fun is Fay,
And she'd like life a lot more, no work and all play.
Glee Club '40, Pioneer.
ack over our school days,
CLASS 0F 1942
CLASS 0F 1942
MARGARET LOUISE HUDSON
Margaret Louise is petite and very demure,
Cf her type there are few, and with her grades there are
Drill Team '39, '40, '41, '42, Beta Club '41, '42, Class Treas-
urer '4l, '42, lunior Music Club '41, Pioneer. j
Elizabeth is a choice senior and a merry songbird, too.
And when there's work that must be done, she takes that
as her cue.
Transferred from Coalfield '41, Coalfield, Home Ec. Club
'40, Glee Club '40, '41, Harriman, Glee Club '42, Beta
Happy-go-lucky and helpful is Nora,
In her studies she's far from a "Dumb Dora."
Margaret is needed by both students and teachers,
A sports lover and merry maker are some of her features.
Basketball '39, '40, '41, '42.
G. L. LONG
G. L., quite the Romeo of the whole senior class,
lt not lacking in looks nor is he in brass.
"A1l American Family," Drum Major '42, Bookworms '41,
Football Manager '39, Pioneer.
lunior Martin's not one of the Martins and McCoys,
But he's really a wow among all of our boys.
Loads of fun is Martha but she looks before she leaps.
Maybe that's the answer for those "A's" she always keeps.
Vice-president of Class '39, '40, Drill Team '39, '40, 41, '42,
"A11 American Family", Beta Club '41, '42, Beta Club Re-
Edward, the editor of this annual that you're reading,
1-las a place in the world for his ability in leading.
Editor of Arrow, Safety Patrol '40, '41, '42, Football '41,
'42, Mimeographer of 1-li-Lite '41, '42,
She's as moody and changing as the clouds in the sky,
Vtlith a smile that will suddenly break into a sign.
Drill Team '40, '41, '42, Glee Club '40, '41,
Clarence, the honored captain of the football team,
1-las a record over which the seniors all bea'm.
Football '42, Glee Club '40, Pioneer.
and at life thru the mn
CLASS 0F 1942
Earl is an orator, by trade that's his line.
This talent and Earl are both really fine,
Class reporter for Hi-Lite '40, Bookworms '4l, Pioneer.
l. P. ROSS
l. P. will be business-like in all that he'll do,
And he'll feed you a line along with it, too.
Transferred from South Harriman '40, South Harriman,
Glee Club '39, Vice-president of class '39, Harriman, "All
American Family, Glee Club '41, Assistant Business Man-
ager of Arrow.
Ina with her pleasant ways helps to cheer our room.
And with her very winsome smile she'll never fret nor fume.
Transferred from Everett High in Maryville '41, Home Ec.
Club '39, '40, '41, Basketball '39, Class Secretary '39.
Hard working, swell fun, and quite brilliant is he,
Harold rates in all fields, as it's easy to see.
Cla'ss president '39, Class Treasurer '40, Beta Club '4l,
'42, President of Beta Club '42, Bookworms '4l, Safety
Patrol '42, Typist for Hi-Lite '42, Photographer for Arrow,
This little girl by the name of Clementine,
Is a Beta and with Nora she is always seen.
Diarist of Arrow, Glee Club '40, '4l, Beta Club '4l, '42,
Tune, starting at six, may end by nine
Talking to Bill on that Kingston line.
Prophet for Arrow, Drill Team '39, '40, '4l, '42, Glee Club
"Gracie" around school is a well-known name,
Due to her scoring in the basketball game.
Basketball '39, '40, '4l, '42, Drill Team '40, '4l, '42, Basket-
ball captain '42.
"Dot" ranks high in every field and scores of friends has
A star in every sport we play and "A's" scholastically.
Transferred from Charleston High School '40, Charleston,
Class president '39, Harriman, Bookworms '4l, "All Ameri-
can Family," Class Secretary '41, '42, Drill Team '4l, '42,
Beta Club '4l, '42, Secretary of Beta Club '42, Basketball
'39, '40, '4l, '42, Testator for Arrow, Feature writer for
Hi-Lite '4l, School Reporter for Hi-Lite '42,
From her Hi-Lite typing to another job she rushes,
Yet Geneva still has time to make plenty of "A" pluses.
Beta Club '4l, '42, Typist for Hi-Lite '42.
Mildred Tilley, as you know, is a favorite of all,
And never could there be one better When it comes to
Basketball '40, '4l, '42, Drill Team '39, '40, '4l, '42, Bas-
ketball captain '4l.
lfzr better we serve' l1C1'
CLASS 0F 1942
Deola, though she came this year, is necessary now
To all of us and to Iunior, too, we hear she's quite a wow.
Transferred from Kingston '42, Drill Team '42.
Charming and pleasant, that describes lean.
Composed and with poise she walks like a queen.
Transferred from Kingston '42, Kingston, Band '41, Harri-
man, Band '42.
Now Charles, our president, is a pride and a joy.
I-le's that well known chap, the drug store cowboy.
Class reporter for Hi-Lite '39, Class President '42, Pioneer.
Her flaming hair makes a halo of gold,
And she really has class as you've probably been told.
Drill Team '39, '40, '41, '42, Advertising Solicitor of Ar-
PATTY ANNE WATKINS
Patty, the assistanteeditor, is scholar number one.
And by her record you can see all she has done.
Glee Club '40, '42, Beta Club '41, '42, Beta Club Treasurer
'42, Bookworms '41, Iunior Music Club '41, "All Ameri-
can Fami1y", Associate Editor of Arrow.
Margaret is a guard who leaves her forwards a wreck.
From what we hear the opposite is true when she's with
Drill Team '39, 40, '41, '42, Basketball '39, '40, '41, '42,
Glee Club '40, Sports Editor of Arrow, Pioneer.
"Ginny," our go-getter is a live wire through and through,
And does her very best to help in every thing we do.
Drill Team '40, '4l, '42, Pioneer.
Ralph is another football man in our crowd,
And he's really a swell guy of whom we are proud.
Football '41, '42, Sports Editor of Arrow.
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MOTTO: Don't sit up and sit, get up and get.
C O L O R S
Green and White
I am really unconquerable,
Invincible, capable, readyg
I have a kind of determination
That will forever keep me steady.
Steadyein any course
Which I should choose to take.
I will not be deieatedg
I shall always be awake.
F L O W E R
Awakee-to see any obstacle
Which might appear along my Way.
I have never been a quitter,
But have always stayed.
Stayedeto finish any task
Which before me may be laid.
Three long years do me credit in the past
You ask me who I am?
I-am the lunior Class.
So far a gallant race you've run,
Helen Webb, Lonnie Sylvia, Roy Shelton,
Mary Evelyn Wea'ver, Evelyn Walls,
Betty Turpin, leanne Strunk, Paul Sadler,
Evelyn Vtfatson, lune Carson, Ruth Kim-
ball Young, Barbara Muller, Aurellia
Hobbs, Sterling Turner.
Carole Litton, Mildred McGufiin, Sarah
lones, Roy Frank Norrnent, Paul Hughes,
Martha lean Robinson, Lillie Mae Miller,
Dorothy lean Rogers, Alta Robinson,
Iep Moody, Ona Smith, Helen McCarter,
Shirley McGuffin, Anna Lee.
Betty Suddath, lean Fullcs, Grace Hom-
rnock, Catherine Briggs, Clay Creelcmore,
David Alley, Howard Hood, lrene Hacker,
Mary Farmer, Roberta Hudson, Gertrude
Mary Belle Edwards, Mildred Adlcisson,
Naomi Bolden, Mary Helfenberger.
Complete the task so nearly done
T0 THE SOPIl0 IIRES
C O L O R S P L O W E R
Red and Silver Red Rose
Two Iona years you now have put behind you, The future lies ahead for each individual,
You have only half the Work completed, You have only to make it what you like,
Look not backward, but gaze before you Take advantage of all the opportunities
At the many foes yet to be defeated. Which you'll meet upon your hike.
The Sophomores---They stand so wise
Calvin Iohnston, lirnrnie Giles, R. W, lenk-
ins, Gilloert Boyd, Harley Harmon, George
Henley, Paul Mayton, Charles Turpin.
Betty lane Weaver, Ruth Solomon, Tres-
sie Lindsay, Ruby lohnson, Wanda Scar-
brough, Betty Briggs, Betty Scarbrough,
Treva Conley, loyce Kittrell, lacqueline
loe Pallco, Paul Scandlyn, Bill Silvey,
lack Cook, Albert Sissom, Ernest Foster,
Calvin Moody McCartt, Oliver French,
Paul Hudson, Charles Easter, Dorris
Swanson, Tommy Hopper.
Betty leane Scarbrough, Mary Sue David-
son, Ruth Sears, Mary Helen Bardill, Ella
Melvin, Marguerite Miller, Wanda Nicely,
Vfanda Borum, losephine Rutherford.
Clara Taylor, Lola Ruth Mathis, George
Whittaker, Fred Tapp, Cla'rence Taylor,
Kenneth Walker, Archie Catron, David
Henley, Albert Helfenberger, Imogene
Ballard, lean Daniels.
Ruth Clowers, Betty Bae Shipwash, lune
Elmore, Wanda Bright, Ruth lean Irwin,
lune Adkisson, Barbara D'AfH1OHd, Glen-
na Smith, Margaret K. Massey, Betty Rose
Anal View the world with open eyes.
Green and Yellow
Freshmen in the halls,
Freshmen on the stair,
Freshmen in the rooms
In tact they're everywhere.
Now these young students,
Receive the name of "green,"
MOTTO: Green, but Growing
F L O W E R
But they march on regardless
Their laces all abeam.
W'hen the year's completed,
There'll be many mental sores,
But look at what has happened,
Now they're Sophomores!
Green they are, but just today-f
Leone Campbell, Betty Adlcisso
Ruth Hammock, Myra lean Hard
elle Christmas, lane lones, Be., ,ow-
man, Bertha Marie Walters, Edna Ruth
Butler, Mildred Dalton, Dorothy Campbell.
Calvin Sylvia, lohn Taylor, W, VJ. Schuf
bert lr., Winston Vtfallcer, Bobby Thornton.
Ralph Trent, Paul Thompson, limmie Car-
roll, Iohnny Overstreet, Clyde Swicegood,
Charles Mullins, T. E. Bowman, Smith
Self, lohn Voyles, Ernest Smith, C. R. Ted-
Evelyn Adkisson, Dolores Bullard, Eva
Brumley, Frances Scandlyn, lune Jenkins,
Mary Ruth VValla'ce, Pearl Sadler, Edna
Turpin, Opal Samson, Evelyn Russell,
lohn Burka, Tommy Graves, Marshall
Foreman, Eugene Ladd, Dane Tabor, Cor-
dell King, Bobby Davis, Charles Carson,
Eula I-lelfenberqer, Mildred Morgan, Dor-
othy lohnston, Mary Frances Young, lune
Peters, Opal lurene Harris, Cora Denny,
'TOWIOTTOIU fllell' 6168 HIL
Mita JR. III
You stand with a ready mind to learn,
With a look ot questioning in your eyes
And you wonder with sincerity
What, within your future, lies.
A future Which, for the time
includes only the next four years.
You dimly visualize a host
Oi happiness, anxieties, and some tears.
But please let us assure you,
And, of your importance, make you wise.
There couldnt be a high school
lt there were no Iunior High!
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Miss Lucy Pierce fi 1 A ' Miss Blanche Roberts 3.
Mrs. C. W. Bohanan .F Miss Dora Pierce
Mr. Iohn R. Evans 1 1
Fred Pierce, Curtis Baker, Lawrence
Thornton, Leland Scandlyn, Ralph Duncan,
lim Long, Eddy Collins.
l. W. Harmon, Fred Pyott, Lewis Howard,
loe Williams, Charles Crowe, Estel West-
moreland, M. C. Bardill,
Alice Ruth Stout, Margaret Swatiord, Myra
Overstreet, Wilma Scandlyn, Leona Kytef
Nell Suddath, Mavis Smith, Margorine
Glenna Mae Ha'Wn, Uneda Wright, Mary
Gusta Hamilton, Dorotha Io Butler, Ann
Rae Cherry, Doris Margrave, Betsy Ann
Hill, Faye Yeary.
R. C. Aiken, Bobby Ferguson, lim Harper Mann,
Miss Dora Pierce, Reba Bullins, Emma Lee Mil-
ler, Ray lohnson, lunior Westmoreland, Harry
Morgan, Douglas Robinson, Shirley Henry, lune
Collins, Iuanita Pierce.
Paul Creekmore, Blanche Owenby, Dorothy Ruth
Perkins, Helen Pierce, Iris Swanson, lane Foster,
Geneva Baker, Evelyn Ford, lune Howard.
Mildred Smith, lunior Reed, Edward Daniels,
Sterling McCarroll, l. A. Westmorela'nd, H. C.
Melvin McCarroll, Benton Hood, Floyd
NOT PRESENT: S. D. Thompson, Carl Bailey,
Miss Lucy Pierce, l. D. Huckby, Bill McNew,
Charles L. Massey, Alfred Mayton, Jimmie Solo-
mon, W. H. Renfro, lack Bullington, Charles
Edward Hicks, Carlene Bailey, Rebecca Webb,
Edith Reed, Henrietta Giles, loyce Hester, Bon-
nie lo Harvey, Iimmie Boswell.
Bobby Carroll, lane Baker, Ruth Suddath, Mil-
dred Brown, Geneva Iohnson, Helen Shipwash,
lmogene Newcomb, Dewey Cole.
NOT PRESENT: Betty Lee McClain, Arthur Bur-
Samuel Moody, Carl Ford, lames Hacker, Billy
Scarbro, Som Ellis, Bob Stultz, Eugene lackson,
Louis Spivey, G. P. Phillips, Bob Rutherford, Cur-
tis Taylor, Charles Harvey, B. D. Smith, Bob Coe.
Alma Lawson, Frances Whitlock, Clara McClain,
Germaine Campbell, Martha Belle Dunn, Pearl
Carter, Thelma Webb, Geraldine Matney, Nina
Riddle, Mack McGuffin.
Katherine Shaw, Creola Daniels, Mildred Webb,
Glendora Daniels, Nancy Walker, Bernice Ay-
cock, Naomi Thomas, Helen Ruth McCarroll,
Levonia Bennett, Ovella Turner.
lohn Mathis, Lloyd Campbell, lirnmie Harris,
Troy Baker, Afton Weaver, Robert McGuffin,
Floyd Hatfield, Mrs. Bohanan.
Glenn Thompson, R. A. Young, Grandel Harmon,
Marvin Hudson, H. W. Hudson, Kenneth Monroe,
Bill Butler, Obie Brewer, Ed Love.
Edna Young, Dorothy Wilburn, Viriginia Scar-
bro, Alberta Ahler, Chloe Beasley, Betty Pope,
Molly Conley, Mary Io Adkisson, Rebecca Hall.
Carmaine Turner, Betty Lou Sissom, Margaret
Scarbro, Maxine Smith, Louise Monroe, Dorothy
Marney, Carlene Landreth, Evelyn Pierce, Ruby
Carter. NOT PRESENT: Iimmie Dryman, Charles
Barger, Virginia Mee.
IIARIII IA HIGH DEPABT .EN S
'Ne htzve in our school some excellent departments at wdlch we 'gre proud. Each of them is guided by a well
trained and an understanding teacher who inspires most of us to do our best.
Our library under Miss Cantrells reiqn
is orderly and quiet which condition is
welcomed hy those who wish ta study
and also by those who wish to sleep.
The Home Economics Department under
Miss Ladd brings a culture to our our
girls, especially in the fine art of dish
Mr. Quinn with his lndustrial Arts De-
partment has discovered some talented
ones arnonq us and everycne proudly
displays his handiwork along with CI few
'Nith burns, asphyxiation, and nausea,
we emerge from MI. Goddards science
classes with a very superior air.
Business-like efficiency is given us
by the Commercial Department under
Miss Alford along with nervous
breakdowns from the spccd tests.
34Golder1 Rule Days begin.
Seniors' first class meeting is held
and class officers are elected.
first game of the year-We win!
iArroW staff is elected.
7-Spanish ll class "gets hot" at Mex-
10-After a long and hard debate
class rings are chosen, then or-
l4-Betas enjoy a buffet supper.
ll-'A gala day--parade, Glee Club
sings at American Legion program,
Harriman-Rockwood football game,
and Alumni Banquet.
7-Pearl Harbor is bombed by those
H l ' ll-Class rings arrive to everyone's
15-Seniors throw a Christmas party.
19wHooray! Christmas Holidays are
here at last!
-Seniors present a play.
lunior High graduation.
Here, Where study and play
Where we follow every rule,
Are happy memories we'1l
Of dear old Harriman High
5--All good things must come to an
end, for holidays are over and we
go back to school.
14-Mid-term exams begin.
23--It's those report cards again!
l0-Annual sales are completed.
l2-Beta Club enjoys Progressive Dins
16--Clean-up Day and registration-
men 20 to 45-for National De-
3-7-Basketball tournament begins and
lasts for five days.
l7-Seniors cut-up at St. Patrick's Par-
27-luniors shine, as they present the
play entitled, "Going On Seven-
17-Seniors entertain themselves with
a Progressive Dinner.
HALL 0UT F011 DEFENSE'9
REPORT ON CIVILIAN DEFENSE womc
Through Februa-ry 27
Knitting- 46 sweaters out
l7 sweaters completed
Tin Foil- Being collected by Freshman class
Conservation- l5,225 lbs. collected and sold
Bonds- A Sl00 bond bought by the four high
Stamps- Sold to date-in high school 33300.70
Service Flag- To honor those boys who have attended
our high school for one year or more
and who now serve our country. There
Food are more than eighty in the service.
Conservation-- Definite plans made for garden to provide
Physical vegetables for lunch room.
Training- Physical training given daily
Programs- Given each week.
MR, ooo 1 SAYS--
H you place a New Order for stamps
You will chase cr New Order of trumps
DEFENSE STAMPS lst 8th
7 Wks. Wk.
SENIORS . Sl06.55 S 5.20
IUNIORS . 7,.,,,,.,,,,,, 97.45 l2.15
SOPHOMORES ,,,,,, 39.80 2.20
FRESHMEN .. .. 29.00 1.45
OTHERS .. ....... . ........ 5,90 l.0O
Sl l 1.75
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EDWARD MELVIN .... . . Editor-in-Chief
PATTIE ANNE WATKINS . . . Assistant Editor
ARTHUR BREWER . . . Business Manaqer
I. P. ROSS .... . Business Manaqer
ANNE BUCHANAN . . . . . . Literary Editor
HAROLD SCARBROUGH . Photographic Editor
RALPH YOUNG ..... . Sports Editor
MARGARET WHITTAKER . . Sports Editor
MARGIE HARDINC1 . . . Art Editor
I. C. DUNN ...... . . . Humor Editor
BLANCHE HUDDLESTON . . Advertising Editor
NANCY WALLACE . . Advertising Editor
LAWRENCE CATE . . , Advertising Editor
CLEMENTINE SELF. .... Diarist
DOROTHY SWANSON. . Testator
IEANNE GILES . . . Historian
JUNE SMALLEY . Prophet
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A Semi-monthly publication Member of
edited and published National Exchange
by the students of and
Harriman High School Tennessee High School
Harriman, Tennessee Press Association
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Literary Editor, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, E lla Melvin School Reporter .,,,,,, ,, ,l,,,,,, ,, .,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Dorothy Swanson
Art Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. ,,,,. M argie Harding
Exchange Editor ,,,,,, ,
Feature Writer ,,,,
Noit Hall .,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, .
Senior ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,
lunior. .,,,,,...,,,, ,,
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Circulation Manager ,,,,..,, ,
Assistant Mimeoqraphers ,,,,,,,,
Faculty Adviser ,,,,, ,.,,, , ,,
Myra lean Harding
Miss Louise Cantrell
Roy Frank Norment
Miss Ieanette Alford
. . .FUIITBALL
Roy Aiken 1649, Clarence Parrish 1709, Ralph Young 17l9, Harley Harmon 1729, Bob Scanlyn 1739, Bill Gall-
her 1749, David Alley 1759, Roy Harmon 1539, S. D. Thompson 1559, Edward Melvin 1769, Cordell King 1779, Ed Col-
lins 1789, Gilbert Boyd 1799, Sam Ellis 1819, Kenneth Walker 1599, Bill Kelley 1569.
Beginning what was expected to be a successful season, the Blue Devils ended with a record of tour wins
and tive losses. The team was lighter than usual and was hampered by inexperience. The season was highlight'
ed by the impressive victory over Kingston. Although they defeated South Harriman and Kingston, the Blue Dev-
ils lost to Rockwood, thus failing to gain the county championship.
6 Lake City ,,,,,,,,, ,,,...,,, O O Servierville ,,,, ,..,,,, l 4
l 3 Decatur ,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,, .,,,,,,, U 6 Kingston ,,,.,., ,,,,,,,, O
27 South Harriman ,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,, O 6 Dayton ,,,,.,.. ,,.,.., 3 3
6 Everett ,,,,,,,,,,,.....,,, ,,,,,,, 4 6 6 Rockwood ,.,,,,,, ..,,.,. 2 7
O Lenior City ,,,,,,, ..,.,,, l 3
GIRL 9 ASKETBL LL
lohn Pl. Evuris Couch
Eohlly ltlllfli? Butler Moncrqer
lffrs, l, B. Bullins Assistcint Coach
Xklinninq eleven out oi sixteen qornes, the Hcxrrinion lossies come through the seoson with ilyinq colors, They
were one ol the foyoiite teqrrns in the tournament qoinq tn the tinfils hetore bowing to Spring City.
Mildred Tilley Dorothy Swonson
Mary Heltenlverqer Mildred McGutfin
Grace Smith CCoptoinJ Mcrrqoret Whittaker
Ann Stowers Irene I-locker
Morqoret Kyte Mildred Adkisson
Betty Roe Shipwosh Borborcr D'Armond
Point Rock ,
Point Rock ,
Ocrkdole, , ,
13 22 Meigs
l6 l9 Spring City
Roy Harmon, Capt.
P.. W. Jenkins
, , ,,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, , , . Coach
The Blue Devil's basketball team was small and was hampered by
was successtul in defeating their traditional rival, South Harriman, for
Coach George Ballard should have a real basketball team.
l24-South Harriman .. .
l6lMeigs .. ,,,,,,
Harriman . . .. ..
18 H- --Paint Rock ..
Harriman . ,,,, .
9-Wheat . ,,,, .
l3'-- - -Rockwood ..
Harriman . ..
15 A-Lenoir City
2U -Meigs . .
I. W, Aydelotte
David Louis Alley
inexperience. The team was scrappy and
the first time in seven years. Next year,
-'iPa'int Rock . ...... 23
Harriman ....... ...... 1 8
V --Lenoir City ...... .49
Harriman . ...... 25
--Wheat ........ .30
Harriman .... .. 33
-fliingston .. W .25
Harriman .. . ...Wil
Oakdale .... YVYVVV
Harriman . . ....... .... . 29
--South Harriman .... .. 33
Harriman .. ...... . .... .17
7-Rockwood ..... H27
Harriman .. .. .... .. 20
Kingston ...... .....
Harriman . ...... 26
A. VV. VVALTERS
M E R R E L L S
Class Rings and Pins
Trophies, Medals, and Awards
Invitations ancl Announcements
Caps and Gowns
211 E. Chilhowie Ave.
THE MEAD CQPJJQRATIQN THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1941
T. L. GATE COMPANY
And The 'cThe Hgmg Qf Quality-
THEATERS LOW pricey,
Phone 10 Harriman, Tennessee
of CUMBERLAND GAP WOGLEN
HARRIMAN HOSIERY MILLS NHLLS
THE lVIANAGEMENT AND FACULTY OF
KNOXVILLE BUSINESS CQLLEGE Compliments
"The Quality School of the South" of
The Army, Navy, and Defense Indus-
tries neecl trained office workers. Make KNOXVILLE ENGPIAVING
your plans now to attend the Knoxville V CQMPANY
Corner Church and State Streets E
N. HARDING DR. W. G. CUMMINS
EVERY DAY is Bargain Day At
MeKINNEY'S BARGAIN STUBE
Compliments Advancing into the Future
STOWERS LUIVIBER BUILDING,
Phones 8 81 9 Publishers of the
Furniture Costs Less at SCOTT 81 SANDERS INSURANCE
ROBERTS FURNITURE COMPANY
C O IYI P A N Y We write policies on anything Worth
Estabhshecl - 1890 insuring.
LADD 8: COFER MOTOR SALES
NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
I I Knoxville Tennessee
SIIEILDS 8: SWANSUN
WHERE CUSTOMERS BRING THEIR FRIENDS
Ceewlnnenfs MCKINNEYAS HARDWARE
CHASE Har1'iman's HOTPOINT and
STQRE PHILCO Dealer
Affiliated With WALGREEN, mc. Phone 138 Ieleninlnn, Tennessee
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FURNITURE STGRE of
Home Furnishings HAMILTONS DRY GOODS
Phone 417 Harriman, Tenn. STORE
Jewelry of Distinction Expert Watch Repairing
of EMERYS FIVE AND TEN CENT
THE WEBBO THEATER STORE
HsEeN'L'E'Y"'S CARLYLE EVANS at SON
Anything you want at one store Tailor Afierchant
Phone 596 Harriman, Tenn.
Best Wishes From
Harrimanfs Modern Record Shop '
JOHNSON MOTOR COMPANY
I. T. Wrenn-Prop. Mgr.
QUALITY SAFETY ' SERVICE
THE ACME DRUG COMPANY
Phone 50 Harriman, Tennessee
THE HARRIMAN ELECTRIC CO.
THE HARRIMAN LAUNDRY
CLAIBORNE MEAT MARKET 2 5
THE MODEL DRY CLEANINC CO
Compliments of 2 2 THE C
SCHOOL .AND OFFICE SUPPLY
COMPANY A D K
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THE DRESS SHOP
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