Harriman High School - Arrow Yearbook (Harriman, TN)

 - Class of 1942

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Page 9 text:

iitw, 4 fxfffx 4+ ,44ifY+:4 tiiiii ,fwfr Y ,xw:+4xtf1,y +1 I THE STARS AND STRIPES 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 freedom--Our Flag.

Page 8 text:

'CING VICTIIRY 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 Alma Mater. 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.



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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 town. 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 we fear. 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 through. 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.

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