Harriman High School - Arrow Yearbook (Harriman, TN)

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X . ,.. , , , . ., 1 , 0, 4 .1 ..z.:.,.n:.aik-L..H.1EZ.. uf.-.-. , as ,:r..,, --.uma K ug--.1 A , AJ A' IVLIZI 'X IQG NT yn' ED FORE 0RD There comes a time in everyone's life when he must leave school to go out into the world "on his own." F or the Seniors of l944 such a time has come. We leave Harriman High with a sigh of regret but with a feeling that we are better prepared to meet any task that may lie before us. i We undertook the publication of this annual for three reasons: First, that We might record some of the events of our school life which we might cherish in our memory for years to come: second, that we might enable others to forget, for the moment, the cares and troubles of a war-torn worldp third, that we might prove to the faculty that we aren't such "dumbbells" as they sometimes think we are. Now, to all of you who are anxiously awaiting the facts and events that are to come, we present this, the twentieth edition of the Arrow. ,I DEDICATIO Looking back over the past years we realize that our graduation would not have been possible but for the leadership and guidance oi our parents, teachers, and friends. So, to our parents whose many sacrifices have made possible at least a high school educationg to our teachers who not only have shown patience with our many misgivings but who have extended helping hands at every opportunity: and to Miss Isabelle Goodwin who, for the first M three of our high school years, worked and worried with us so that we might ultimately reach our goal, whose encouraging words and sympathetic understand- ing were constantly a source oi inspiration, and who, with her "lectures No. 42," instilled in us high ideals which we shall long remember, we hereby dedicate this, the twentieth edition of the Ar- row. The FAC lil IL It Y MII. GIIWRGII Nfl. BALLARD Piiuwipal and Coach Ivltithvrrilrtivs, Pliysivcrl ucation f IEANNE'I"I'E ALFORD Cornrnfrrinl Suhjects, Solid Geometry, Senior Sponsor, Arrow Sponsor MRS. H. C. BUNCH linqlish, Iunior Sponsor Vit-tory Clulw, Glee Cluh MISS ESTELLE DANIEL Iutin, Alqebra, Physical ' Education R. BLACK, Superintendent Physics MRS. R. M. DELANEY MRS. E. D MRS. W. G. MCCLUEN Home Economivs, Bioloqy Social Sciences, .ns or , S not Enqlish, History Freshman Sponsor Co-Sponsor, Beta , ior Sophomore Sponsor, Glee Club ' , Service r J MISS LUCY PIERCE MI ANITA McW'l-IORTER MR. I. C. OUINN X J Liltrarian, Physical Education Sci nce, Physical Education Industrial Arts, General Electricity X l, Freshman Sponsor Iunior Co-Sponsor Physical Education X , BALLARD ALEORD BUNCH DANIEL DELANEY D GEASLAND Mfciurw PIERCE' ' MCWHORTER ourNN . I 'ggillx Lf, if- DJ 1 . :W xJ,fikJ' Q 1 ,X I l,lJ'u N ' I 1 ,QT Qjx-J. I Avjjk I x U XR S Q A M! X X YQRXY-QQBR h , SWHHVHR QMBSS QYYXQYRS ?resrder1X , r r YGVX 9115509 Xfkce-'Preeidervr A OWVGT H9905 Secrekorq Betty Bae SKIQWGSM Treasurer ' V106 TW? A gpomof NYxssXea11rxekte Niotd L' CLCVSQOQQQY WS. Y . D. GGGSXGTXA Morro "E-ve: onward. never idrX1i1Cf' CoXors 'lekow and Wkfxie Vhirxe Bose How er D lllq SIEIXIIICPRS Of H944 UNE ust a jolly sweet qirl wlio's full ot fun, DKISSON , , putting the blues on tlre run. Q Drill Team '4I, '42, '43, Glee Clulu '44, Beta KNQXCIUIU '43, '44, sevretary '44, Victory Club '43, 5f'44, president '43, Arrow. - ' IVIQGENE if ri all undertakings Irer part ste ciovs, K J- 2 ALLARD I5 'X reakinq no revorfls lvut rntilcina tlrinus ltum x . X , Drill Team '42, '43. E+, L LTDE Y alle-d "Iunior" by most at Iris friends in towrli " 'TEAM W aslcetball Court is whore Im may Ive tound. K 1 xxxf Basketball '44, Q 'N ARY I-IELEN QR t X alces good qrades in all of lwr vlassns "' " All-IDILL xX etter than avorcrqa lads and lrssiws. K Glen Club '42, Drill 'I'Orn:r '4l, '42, '43, Virtt-rv NK, X. Club '43, '44, president '44, QIllK'OI'lfW1C'l6WI '44, N , LIIWTCIYY Club 443, Bm Clulw 4411, '44' Arrow ANDA andere Harriman in '42. I O M I ett r 0 ts than slre, we know there are tow. M I rdxqsferred trcrn Wlrciat '42, Drill Infant '42, B skotball '42 5 RNEST rideavored always to .Io E11 l'fSI. OSTER OYVII ttviril and kind as a person would Im. OI'I'Ii rnno Iwrf' from Lttuisiana in '43 Ira I, IIS-iOI'Il'4I from Baton Houao, Louisiarta '43 'ANNE ust a auarnl on tlrc Iiasketlwall team. . I DANIELS Olifilittul and pleasant, slrcr makes tliinqs beam, Raskntlmall '42, '43, '44, Victory Club '43, '44, Drill Team '4I, '42, '43 l.IVIfH n tlrr- lttrskvtliall team lids rrrally a wow, 'N ' FIIENKTII . J or Ito always knows what to do and iust how. Class virr--president '44, Basketball '43, '44, X, vapttrin '44, Hi-Lite '43, Arrow: Boys Glee 'X Clul ARISARA ' t '43, Boys State, Safety Patrol '44 aslcotlutrll wus Irvr pastime and delight, 'ARIVIGND onned in lrer uniform sho played just riqlit. Class president '42, Basketball '4I, '42, '43, '44, valwtain '44, Hi'Lite '42, '43, Arrow: "It Ilarvperiefi Next 'I'uesclay", Music: Club '431 Iimd '4l, '42, '43, '44 AHY SUE ' vrry and pleasant is this little maid. AVIDS ON ,I , ' ' ant and exavt, sliri inside the qrado. . Virtory Clnlw '43, '44, secretary '44, Glee Club '42 'Ii Dril' T tm '41 '43 '4i I., I U: , f., f IM urmwtl and rtrn and, of rourse, crossed the line, ILES ee, to all of us Seniors Ire's really just fine. Footltall '41, '42, '43, '44, Class president '43 I 1 I . I rom Iris many dutiis no navvr zlixl rest. Bcta Cluli '43, '44, viwrtrfrsiielrit '44, Stilvrty Patrol '43, '44, Banrl '4l, '42, '43, 1 1 x ki f, 'I ,M I QJ XX N I .V SENIIORS Of 11944 r DA KA'l'lli.EEN lways srnilinq is this little sprite. RYMAN N eliahts in trying with all of her miqht. , K Transferred from Hartwell Hiqh School, Cinl rinnati, Chia '44, Beta Club '44, Band '44 EAN text otteci down all the notes she could qet, X ix LMORE ' ased along qraveiully, and had time to let. Victory Club '43, '44, Drill Team '4l, '42, '43, Dramatic Club '44 ' I-IABLLY oldinq that piqskin under his arm, I-IABMON e rausod in opjmrients the areatest alarm. Football '4l, '42, '43, '44, Captain '43, Glee Club '43, Basketball '4l, '42 lQLlfS'l'lNE alinly and quietly she aoes about, , I-lille . appy and successful sltie will be, no doubt. Transferred lrorn Paseo High, Dade City, Flor- ida 114 ,' '. ONNIE , lark-haired Bonnie is a friend to all, , I-lUDDLlfS'l'ON turies to the iesvue whenever they call. ', , Drill 'learn '4l, '42, '43, Glee Club '4l, '42 AVID ished out his work so he Could qet by, ENLEY ' owevor we class him as a No. l quy. Football '42, '43, '44, vaptain '44, Basketball '43, '44, Boys State, Class president '4l, "lt llappenod Next Tuesday" '- RUBY PAUL I K eady and willinq to take the test. QHNSON ust the one to depend on to do her best, 'lllansterred from Vtlheat '42 NNA n ardent admirer of both lim and loe, EE et either one berkon and oil she will qo. Victory Club '43, '44, Give Club '40, '4l, 42, '43, Drill Team '4l, '42, '43, Arrow loddina along in his usual way, UDSON elped Conserve energy day by day. Football '43, '44, Basketball '4l, '42, '43, '44, Glee Club '43, Class vice-president '42, Class President '44, "lt Happened Next Tuesday" RESSIE ruly she's nice and really quite keen, INDSAY ovely and qraveiul, she walks like a queen. Hi-Lite '4l, Football Queen '43, Class Treasl urer '43, Arrow MARGARET K. iqhiy busy just now tis say anythinq here, ASSEY ust hurry along or Won't finish l fear. Drill Team '4l, '42, '43, Basketball '4l, '42, Glee Club '4l, '42, '43, '44, president '43, '44, Victory Club '43, '44, treasurer '44, Beta Club '43, '44, treasurer '44, "lt Happened Next Tuesday", Musiv Club '42, '43, Arrow OY W. eadinq, perhaps, is not his chiei ioy, ENKINS estinq and joking came first with this boy. Basketball '4l, '42, '43, '44, Football Manager '42, '43, '44, Glee Club '43, Arrow I 4 1 SIENIIOIRS Of 1944 LLA nerqy and enthusiasm she dons possess, ELVIN ore than likely she'l1 be u qreut success. Hi-Lite '41, '42, '43, Be-to Club '43, '44, Vic tory Club '43, '44, Glee Club '41, '42, '43, '44, Music Club '43, "1t Hoppe-ned Next '12ucsdc1y", Arrow: Poetry Contest Winner '42, '43 ARGUERITE uch of her time has been spout in thu lwtmc ILLER oreover her loyalty has simply boon qi: Bond '41, '42, '43, '44, Musiv Club '41, 42 '43, Victory Club '43, Drill Tetun '42 ALVIN MOODY heerful and busy us 0 bee, CCARTT iqhty Mead-O-Mite was he. Glee Club '41, '43, Sfife-ty Pntrol '42, '43, '44, Class treasurer '42, Hi-Lite '43, Basketball '43, '44, Arrow: Boys State 1RlAM oved to llfrrrirntxn, the first cut tho ytmr, AYLOR ent cmd Gttruvtivo, sho's rfiwilly tx dom. Transferred frfm lvlontqgniiryUlizttwrt 314 ANDA on CI hiqh place in ovoryonffs hiurt, 1CELY othinq Could stop hor, Shri diil mor i th in hnr tmrt. Betcr Club '43, '44 LAYTON lover and bright is this lmntlsonio ltid. THIS fill clitfivultirfs with him is 11 tml, ?Next Tuesday" '43, '44, C100 Club '43, "1t lltpgv II tl ' Nashville, Tennessee '44 NJ SIENIIORS Of 1944 BETTY RAE efitting to say that she was a star, SHIPWASH pont time in activities both near and far. Basketball '41, '42, '43, '44, Class secretary '44, Victory Club '43, '44, Glee Club '42, '43, '44, Drill Team '41, '42, '43, "It Happened Next Tuesday" FRED erd is a guy whom we couldn't spare. TAPP ruly, by all lie's considered quite rare. Eootball '42, '43, '44, Beta Club '43, '44, Safety Patrol '43, '44, Glee Club '43, Hi-Life '43, Class treasurer '44, "It Happened Next Tuesday" GLENNA enerous with smiles, and full of glee, SMITH he keeps things moving as you can see. Drill Team '41, '42, Band '43, '44, Glee Club 'X '44, Victory Club '43, '44, "It Happened Next 1 Tuesday", Basketball Manager '44, Arrow: Library Club '43, Music Club '43 RUTH ated soon as a Harriman High grad, SOLOMON oon school will be out and will she be glad! Drill Team '41 GEORGE enuine and friendly he is through and through, HITTAKER ith all of his faults he's still true blue. Football '43, '44, Beta Club '43, '44, Glee Club '43 ETTY ROSE eauty and grace make her "belle of the ball", WRIGHT ith her charm and wit she outshines them all. Victory Club '43, '44 RUBY epresenting the trailer-folk in our town, SMITH he has won the right to wear cap and gown. ' Transferred from Cherokee Vocational High School, Cherokee, Alabama LOUISE ooking for letters from that certain man, I 'JACKSON ,nn ust you look out, she'll get him if she can. " Transferred from Cumberland High School, . sf Af ,ffy Q ff, 'fjd ' TK In the midst of the debris on a blackened street in the ruins of a beautiful city in Italy, on the barren tundra-covered cliffs of the Aleutians, in the malaria-infested jungles of a tropical island in the Pacific, or on maneuvers in West Tennesseee- somewhere, on many of the great battlefields ot this War, American boys are fighting for us. They are there because they are willing, if necessary, to give their lives in order that we, here in Harriman High School, may continue our education. To those boys who were members of our class last year, but have since become members of our armed forces, or have answered our country's call for farmers4WE PAY TRIBUTE. ARCHIE CATRON FRANK GALLAHER ALBERT HELFENBERGER GEORGE HENLEY TOM HOPPER PAUL MAYTON IOE PALKO DORIS SWANSON LONNIE SYLVIA CHARLES TURPIN I K V X IOR Salufaiorian Valediciorian Best Citizens Most Handsome Boy Prelties! Girl Best All-Round LECTEE L MARY HELEN EAHDLLL ELLA MELVLN fMARY HELEN BARDILL D L DAVID HENLEY PAUL HUDSON IUNE ADKISSON fBARBARA D'ARMOND 'L HARLEY HAHMON EPTE BER, 1940 -4 MAY, 1944 'We need no introduction: our story needs no prologue for after we came, we made history. We-the freshmen of 1941, the seniors of 1944. On September 3, 1940, ninety-three boys and girls gathered in the H. H. S. building and, as is traditional, every one of us felt that we could not possibly learn more than we knew al- ready. Since we were here to make history, not just to study it, we began by winning the prize for the best fire prevention poster. With the motto, "Find a way or make one," we found a way to make money. First we started collecting tablet backs, and on Valentine's Day we operated a market in town. A little less green and a little more sophisticated, the sophomores began the second chapter of their history in September, 1941. This time the motto, "Rowing, not Drifting," aided us in getting started. ln November we decided to collect scrap paper as our special project for the remainder of the year. The class was divided into two groups for a contest. The group paying their class dues first was to be given a party by the losers. Remember what fun we had? It was in our sophomore year, too, that we co-operated with the other classes in buy- ing a War Bond for the school. The high-light of this year, socially speaking, was our hike to the reservoir in March. "Step it up and gol" Well, we did. Even though Uncle Sam had called several of our boys and others had moved, we started our third chapter in a big way. First we contributed to the new song books. Then we sold football schedules. Later-on October 14, 1942, we se- lected our class rings. Oh, Happy Days! Can we wait? We also sold Christmas cards and stationery. ln December we enjoyed a Christmas party. Each person received a gift from Santa. February 5, remember that wonderful night? lt was the date of our Iunior-Senior ban- quet, which we held early because of the beginning of a long series of food-rationing. The banquet was followed by a dance which was the climax to all our weeks of preparation. For the annual Iunior Class Play we presented "lt Happened Next Tuesday." The admission charged to this super-duper play was a War Stamp or Bond. Total sales amounted to 34,772.00 Thursday, May 13, most of the Iolly Iuniors went to Crossville for a picnic. No swimming was allowed, but many of us rented boats and went boating. At last! The year of all years-the one in which we reign supreme in all our glory texcept when the faculty deflate our egol. We began the term with five new girls and later welcomed a new boy tsomething rare these daysl. Beautiful! Superb! Gorgeous! What? Our class rings, of course. Only a senior will ever know how thrilling that moment can be. Without further delay we ordered our cards and invitations. Because of "labor shortage" we discovered that we couldn't have both the Arrow.and the Hi-Lite. so the seniors voted to have the Arrow. To improve our sozial atmos- phere we went to Knoxville for dinner and a show. A few nights later three of our Mead-o- Mite friends invited us to a picnic in the baseball park. As seniors always take the lead in worthwhile things, we, as seniors, participated 1002 in the lunior Red Cross and the War Fund Drives. ln order to show our loyalty to our school and team we made and sold school colors at all of the home football games, and sold eats and drinks at the basketball games. "If you want a treat of something good to eat!" is the song that should have been sung at the Alumni Banquet this year. The seniors were invited and thoroughly enjoyed the supper and the floor show that followed. Even though our class has been noted all through school for ability of each person to express his own opinion and fight for it, these same students have shown fine cooperation with each other and the faculty in undertakings of importance. We have had representatives in almost every extra-curricular activity offered and we have reason to be proud of our class as a whole-the class of 1944. For u glimpsb into our future, turn to the last page of this! publication LA T ILL A D TE TAME T We, the graduating class of 1944, being of sound brawn and muscle, do make, pub- lish, cmd declare this our last Will and testament, in manner and form as follows: FIRST SECOND. THIRD: FOURTH FIFTH SIXTH: 1 K srvrznrn : lr NINTH: TENTH: LA STLY: IN EIGI-ITH: To the luniors we leave the teachers a'nd other nuisances. To the Sophomores we leave the privilege of poisoning next year's Seniors at the banquet. To the wee Freshmen we leave the privilege of receiving three more years of the punishment we have absorbed. ' Because Lot the stupendous abilities that the graduates of this year possess, which have never been exhibited in any .class before, and since dear old H. I-l. S. could not survive without them, we do hereby leave them' to all -the underclassmenf I 4 , A -, ,fer I , .' ' The Senior members of theFS. O. I. I. leavsf Etljiictheir intellect and their ignorance to those who will carry on under the "Sighf2f.th3 Dumbbell' " xt year. ' I . r . . ' 'f . ' .. All 'the big fine Mead-oilrfites leave. theirfba ,ball skill to any 'future professionals that might come out of the lower classes. junta: autuamtieqtves satirical manner to Eugerfe Jackson. Kathleen "Termite" Dryrnan bedueaths her- way' with ,the.1grocel"y5fboy to Margaret Williams. Mary Sue Davidson wills her fsmall voice to Margaret Io' Ho'pper.'gAlbert Sissom. the H. H."S. tei or, 'leaves his rough stuff to Iimmy Graves. Iackle Scarbro leaves ljlarrlrrians High and takes her Oa ' gle sweater with her twe hopel. Celestine Hill bestows hei' alootnesef upon' Alice Ruth Stout. Ella Melvinlleavesepnrt' of h,er five feet six inches to lane Baker. , I 'I U ' , f 5 l rv' ' ". 1' ' ' .'.,.. .- I v ' J F d Tapp, the Qfifty Casanovapleqyes his star baseball and football playing to'RSlop'l I-Idhnohh."Betl'y Ae ,Shipwash leaves and-talmsfqllttle "l-Iuf"'with her: pavid Henley leaves Frcmqes ta ,look after? hlst 1. interests in dear old I-l. H,',S.' Miriam ?Bloi'ldle"A Naylor leaves her Yankee accent to her itttle' sister. Ruby Smith leaves ugrrihrnan ,tggpllce care pf herV'yddfig'uns.' W. Ienklns bequeaths his snazzy dreiss-' ing to Charles Crowe. ,Q-gwrrleaves ,llis bvashfulness tolim Carroll. Bunlry French: that Mari grave Maulerhjleaves his' asketb ,skill-fto Giles Edwards., Erxiest "Hassle" Foster wills his high class sauntering to Ileland Scand hz I J 'lfka - ' , U V George Whittaker wills hismdrilling abilityfuto llewis spivsy. Imogene Ballard, that East Side Iuliet,l leaves her way with the men toiltllgirma lane Butts. Barbara D'Al1llOl'ld leaves her records to "Uncle" Max. Clayton Mathis bestows hlsffpoolfshaxfkirtg'upon Buddy Davis. Mary Helen Bardlll leaves her Mae West look to..Charlene Baggett. Qlenna Srnith ,leaves her red hgir to anyone who is lucky enough to find' the same, color of dye."'Il1ix. Giles leavesuhistfootball prowess to I. D. Huckeby., .Ruby lohnson leaves her way with the'-wolves to lapis Cunningham. Bonnie 'Huddleston ,bequeaths her vampiring to' "Pan" Young. tB1it'i'Pqh"'ldoesn't neeclit, she 'has a lassol. Iune Adlrisson wills her blonde hair to the next peroxide on,the lizt. Calvin Mr:Cartt. 'that Webster'rWopl' leaves his great mental ability' to Bill Ladd. Betty Role Wright bequeath: her resemblance to.Hedy-Lamarr to Eula Helfenbergfr. Paul Hudson takes Betty Rae with him and leaves nothing. Ruth Solgqnon leaves a string of jilted beaux. Anna Lee leaves her studious-'attitude to lack Bullington. I.oulse'Iaclrson wills- her raven black tresses to Ruth Arnold. Ioyce Coty! leaves that saucy tossgof her heaito Delores Eritts. Wanda Scarbrouqh leaves her, grace and charm' to lane Tones, feanne Daniels bequeaths he'r way with, the Kiiqzton bays to Glendora, her little sister. ,C ' Y ',i.t.- -'W' l ' .5.h. , l lack frown leaves his mathematical abilityto Obie Prewer. Betty ISC!!-tsCCl'bl'dlQhN'lk!YSS her constant talking to Marian Yeary. Wanda Nicely leaves Harrtrlian.l-ligh to go back to therf South Harriman play- mates. Iean Elmore bestows her charming smile upon Carlene tVV'yrick. fgseplline' Rutherford leaves her slim waist line to Frances Whitlock. Wanda Borum leaves H. H. S.,and goes back to Wind Rock, Tresste lindsay leaves her girlhood days behind her and goes to join thetlady Marines tshe hopesl. Marguerite Miller leaves her skill in spelling to Grover Watkins. Margaret K. Massey leaves her Iohn- son Bible College friends to Betsy Ann Hill and Dorothy Iohnson. We herebylnomlnate and appoint Miss Ieannette Alford, the Seniorlsponsor, to be executrix of this our last will and testament and ask that she be required to make a full report ibut definitelyl. WITNESS WHEIREOF: We the Senior Class of Harriman High School in the township of Harriman, County of Roane, State of Tennessee, do hereby affix our hand and seal to our Last will and testament, this nineteenth day of May, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and forty-four. Witnesses: CALVIN. MCCARTT, resistor. fpauf gl-plucfsonr fpsesicfsnt jg!!! 5Al:,'lWd.4A, gelfbdlllty 02nd '7app, '7aea4a4e4 ,U M.. ..-4...l..... 3 off XC?gxf5 QM RSS QYYXQYRS Presidenk Xunnne Ccmoyy NIXcePreskdenk K , Bob Davie. '5GCY9YOYY Frances Scandhp TYGGSUTQY Bum Brnxer 590056 Mrs. H. C. Bunch COSQOWSOY Mrss P-rfrta McWhorter Mono "Pr Ywe wxre never qexs sxepped on' Cobra Lavender and Wkfrke Sweet Yeas How er RH KA Ifigfsfw Q x 2 K... , ,by ,jj if W , Q fu yy. 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EMMET L. MILLS Seventh Grade MISS BARBARA ZUMSTEIN Arithmetic MRS. I. P. CARROLL t Reading and Spelling MISS DORA PIERCE . History MR. IOI-IN R. EVANS Principal Not Pictured: MRS. E. F. FOSTER Eiqhth Grade CLASS S0 JU IOR EIGHTH GRADE Mildred Love, Mary lane Lona, Molly Conley, Edna Naylor, Martorie Ann Wat kins, Bobby Harris, Martha Cash, Millie Stevens, Sara Carson, Nevalone Rose, Eu dell Lyles, Francis lohnson, Piqay Swat bro, Zenobia Gibbs, Bess Nllilliams, Ruby Lee Bullens, Iune Howard, Dorothy Iohn- son, Kenneth Aydelotte, Betty Vlfeliit, Mil- dred Brown, Rosemary Corea, Ruth Kinq, Helen Harris, Clara Walker, limmie Crowe, Iames Aycock, Bobby Carroll, David Law son, Bill Marqrave, loo Iohnson, lohn Paul Hill, Bobby Wallace, lunior larnritgin, Iohn Dale Mathis, Miss Dora Pierce tSiionsorl, W. T. Willirrms, Charles Clarke, Mason Monday. Not Pictured: Iimmie Lou Lakins, Rita lane Farris, lnell Pyott, Gladys Wriaht, less Young, William Dryman, .t , -tic 1. .fl A nl Colby Gardner, Olin VYilli:1nis, Marvin Hudson, Pete Semanick, loycc Giillaliwr, ' Marivance Piclcel, Geneva Nowvanili Bun lah Fay Carson, Iinimy lhynian, Carl Bailey, C. B, Lewis, Claienve' Roiiinson, Gilbert Benton, lohn Palmer lhwvy Colo. Freeman Hicks, Troy Brady, Charles Ray Delk, limmie Harris, XV. C. Lindsay, Haw ard Swilley, Dorothy Sentell, Iune Collins, leanette Williams, Tommy Hainiivk, Au drey Roberts, Elizabeth Ann Wtiatliors, Evelyn Harmon, Wilma Graves, Peaqy Shipwash, Iessie Lawson, Mary Ruth De' vaney, Geneva lohnson, Maraarst lohnson, Evelyn Pierce, Rhoda B. Youna, Betty lean Miller, Pearl Colyer, Alline Tripp, Betty Iune Brown, Mary Helen lVlr'DOIl1llll, Fay Conley. Not Pictured: Howard Edaeman, lim Weav- er, Wilma ,lune Hall, Peqqy Newcornli. ' Pt 1 P t ' The division ot our school known as lunior High is not just the seventh and eiahth aracles, it serves as a link between the Elementary and Hiah Schools. lt is here that it bef comes evident whether a person is a pupil, a student, or just a member ot the class. Each member ot the faculty realizes the importance ot this transition period and tries to teach his classes that the record made in lunior High School is an arrow pointing toward success or failure. HIGH CH s ETH GRADE Wilnra Cartwr, Mary Turner, Betty New- rnan, Evelyn Forrester, Ruth Pierce, Vir- qinia Hall, Helen lohnson, Terrel lean Kaantrr, Nellis liarrnon, Wesley Davidson, lack liillrnore, l. L. Peters, Charles North, ern, lack Butler, Barnsey Buchanan, Gene Bri-wer, L. C. Sliubert, loe lenkins, Nick Ellis, Ellis Kerns, Geraldine Collins, Tommy Martin, B. A. Niles, lirnniy Hickman, Wayne larnaqin, Rudolph Bennett, Harold llurnrilrries, Carl Mason, Bobby McCarroll, Vern lluttrnan, lack Pet.rs, Lois Daniels, Buby lane Dryrnan, Ruby Hall, Lena Gar- rett, Ellen Billinqs, Iva Sue McCarroll, Pau- line Morris, Annette Pierce. Not Pictured: lean Sirnsox, lean Sands, Georaia Worley, lrnoqene Gooch, Ed Hicks, lohrrny Canup, 'l'oni Beach, Alvin lohnson. layne Strunk, Alina Dryrnan, Marilyn Bsed, Della Mae Murray, Louis Vtfalker, Ruth Ann Peters, Wanda lean Hicks, Dorothy Aldrich, Betty Io Stout, Betty Scandlyn, Marqui-rite Stuehser, loan Adkins, Francis l.aynrarrr'e, Betty lo Daniels, Norma lo Burns, Betty Surnrners, lirnrny Barurn, l. N. Mee, G. A. Burns, Ernest Chandler, Mary Vlipria, llelen Iohnson, Louis Edmonds, Robert Lee, l'ranlclin Brown, Bobby West- inoreland, Vera Weaver, Ruby Shelton, Frank 'l'urbyville, Berl Brooks, loe Nichols, Dewitt Erencli, George Phillips, Fred Vann, Billy Delaney, Mrs. Hinds CSponsorl, Bill Sarnpsarr, luniar liioriras, Lewis Cross, Ed Gilliland. Not Pictured: lack McCoy, Betty lo Hood, Peaqy Woods, Kenneth llaun, Alan Vfat- sarr, Mildred llienias. Q 4441, . cor--. . i ,g"f,"" U, ""' j f Vzfclfvbf f . ' W l Vfflgfv . Curtis lerrkizrs, li.-warii l'i.'rsw, Paul " or, liivliard Cooke Gordon liarnilton, Ralph S-rttertield, lavk Straw, lirnrny llrarriton, lioy Melton, gli. Ll. Srnrtlr, lr., liayniond llivks, Loon lrlurray, lialgili Sliirvwasli, Wanda Butler, lfva lorrkiris loyce llydfr, lrrriiaene lurnrr, Mary Ernnirr llensley, l'atsy liutli Kerris, Loretta Hayes, Lorene Butler, lilarqrrret Dctord, lane lvlararave Maxine lluvkaliey, laan Overstrvet, Llxrana Shubert, Irene Collins, Edna Aduoifk, Mar- aaret Livingston, Leana Newberry, Verna Weaver, Dorothy Salernon, lielen Sellers, Nornra lean Ballard, lklarilyn Black, Don Kina, lack lioward, Carlos ilendrickson, Alvin Stout, Eugene Clark. Nat llivtrrrxwiz Elrillip Carrrpliell, lark len' kins, Bolrlwy Melvin Balvby ROXIUL, lela Ab storm. Home Economies Department Industrial Arts Department Seienee Department Commercial Department Mwgx i 235 3W'al' JJ R x-ui 'ld' inqu- RW 'wki M... EN INIAN 9 Q9 I X !" 'f 999 8. 'ri vnxl- 5- -4267 77, ,'r' ,f wmv, W' .gf .4 L gi 45253 .1 M Q , P f 1 w, ad g 1 ,mms X 1 2 .M rg W 7 X K A Q' 5 ,V r X if gf , ,K 3' Q x vw, MS N' ST- I ' Q ff was 1-V il 'A Q, xx .su I A X 'H . ' ,Q I sf 5 N n. t-Y an !ggfo','7 ? ' ,Q A .QQ ., X. aff' X ,X .- Q V! ' 1 gp W -- , X . 'Na , Wx I if ki'-.2 A YJ? - S I il H 53 -' Jw ,f V' J f Y. ' If-,wax N an "P 3 J. O sh . Ah. . fw"'!' LM' Tffqfr , ACTIVITIES Q L I L f uk 1 'B M i f BAND QQMWBBB1 BETA CLUB M35 CLUB CLUB QQQAMWWI VLCLUBL CLUB DRAIVIATIC CLUB SAFETY PATRIIL 1 Cial- BETA CLUB fag, if 1 l 1 X X BAND B -J ' LW X jg B v wX w 5 V XA DHAMATIC CLUB , wWQxELEE CLUB 1. 11 N V Qxl N ' Y VICTIPJRY CLUB M 4 SAFETY PATROL W 1944 ARROW TAFI? Editor iii chiot ELLA MELVIN Associate Editor MARY HELEN BARDILL Literory Editor MARGARET K. MASSEY Photographic Editor BARBARA UARMOND Business Mondqer TRESSIE LINDSAY Advertising Mumlqgrs IOSEPHINE RUTHEREORD I IUNE ADKISSON Sports Editors G-LENNA SMITH, OLIVER FRENCH iiisfmifm I ANNA LEE Prophet R. W. IENKINS Testutor CALVIN M. MCCARTT ATHLETICS 1.l-'Q V WT ,H N , . r '- yw. Q... A A ,pg it H f if 1 ig f ' A b 2 V 5 3 A LM. X ic. g, .it Q" - .1 is ,, .ixixk K' Eugene Iackson, Terry McConnell, lim Carroll, Tom Cook, Iim Farish, Glen Thompson, Tommy Beach, Obie Brewer, Douglas Robinson. Troy Baker, Iack Bullington. Bob Stultz. Paul Hudson, Bob Davis, Fred Tapp, Iirn Giles, Harley Harmon, David Henley tCaptaini, I. D. Huckeby, Coach George M. Ballard, Manager R. W. Ienkins, Clayton Mathis, Lloyd Campbell, George Whittaker, Leland Scandlyn, Robert McGuffin, Howard Edgeman. Grover Watkins, Ralph Duncan, Assistant Manager Bill Ladd. HARR1 A HIGH BL DEVIL Coach Ba11ard, known as one of the best high school football coaches in East Tennes see, returned to Harriman this year and turned out a winning eleven. Although they got off to a slow start, the Blue Devils gradually gathered steam and played magnificent football in defeating the highly favored Alcoa and Lenoir City aggregations late in the season. These victories were made possible by the splendid cooperation of the entire squad. SCHEDULE Harriman 26 Monterey 12 Harriman 40 Alcoa 7 Harriman 12 Kingston 12 Harriman 18 Soddy Daisy 12 Harriman 7 Lenoir City 38 Harriman 27 Lenoir City 13 Harriman 6 Kingston 13 Harriman O Rockwood 20 Totals for the year show Harriman Winning four, losing three, and tying oney and scoring 136 points to 127 ior their opponents. Benn'e Butler, Bobbie Milligan, Barbara D'Armond lCaptainl, Betty Bowman, Betty Bae Ship wash, lean Daniels, Dorothy Io Butler, Betsy Ann Hill, Katherine Shawl, Ann Norment, Eula Helfenberger, Glenna Smith lManaqerl, Alice Ruth Stout, Ruth Butler, Martha Dunn, Iohn R. Evans lCoachl, Marian Yeary, Iune Peters, Betty Pope, Miss Anita McWhorter lChaperonl. , ASKETBALL GIRL SEASON'S REVIEW Under the able guidance ot Coach fohn H. Evans, H. H. S. basketball lassies Completed a successtul season with three losses and ten victories. With only two veterans oi last year's toani returninq, the girls qot oft' to a slow start but made gradual iniprovernent. By deteatinq tour league teanis, our qirls won the second halt which entitled them to compete in the playoff tor leaaue championship. ln this championship aanie, our teatn de- teated the Kinqston lassies by a score of 24 to 23. SCHEDULE lloniinan lo South Harriman l9 Harriman 33 Qakdale i5 llortiiiion Ll-1 South Horrinion 21 llaiiinian 31 Rockwood l7 llallllllltlll 37 Rockwood 24 Harriman lil Lenoir City 25 llaiiiintin in Kingston llairinian Kinaston llullllllltlll 23 Lenoir City Harriman South Harriman lltillillllitll l7 South Harrititaw llairiniaii Suiihiiqlit llcirrinian 31 Oakdale Bob Wilson, David Henley, T. F. Bowman, Bill Ladd, Bob Stultz, Bunky French, R. W. Ienkins lim Day, George M. Ballard lCoachl, Gene Davidson, Iohn Voyles, Paul Hudson. ii A K ii T B A ii 'BODY SEASON'S REVIEW l7iiirtwiii li-iyts ftiitsvvored Ccmcicli Bcillrird's cull for Cage Ceirididcites ter the '-14 asectsoii, htit fiiily throw were lotteiiiieii rfvtiiriiiriq from the previous year. Althotiqh the Blue Devils' 'Nvcwi iiiiti lust" rmvrwrd llfliillil been so impressive this yecir, they presented cm ever dttiirierotis qtiitit thcit ficive their eripeiieiits ci rim for their money. Probably their best igciriies were limlriiriii the hitihly lC74I4'1ll.lUCl lfiiicvir City live to ci one point victory Grid the delefit Ol Octlidcilo, ciisf tricft vlictriiivitiiis. Swiiifiizi who hiivv ciriswerriri their lftst whistle ter li. H. S. fire' lviilqiiits, llriviil llwiiltiy, cmd Btiriky French. .W, , llctiil litidseii, li SCHEDULE llfiriiiiifiii i7 Smith llcirriiiifiri 3l Hcirririiciri 24 Ofilqflcile l'7 lliiiiiiiiitii it Sfitith lflcirririicm lnlcrriiiiriri 25 liifvclcifiriwryt ll-iiriiiiiiii lil llocilcwoeci llcirriiiirm 23 lf1iigiirCity llciiriiiiiiii fl? Smith llrirriiiictii Hcirrtiicrri 74 Qcilalfile lliirriiziiiii 235 llt:r.rl4v.wori l'lC1YTlTIlCII1 SP lseiiiiir City lliiiiiiiittti l7 Kiiiiistcnri Hcirriiiiriii Zi South llciriiiiiiiii llcirriiiiciii 32 Oakdale 33 , ,.....,,...,.,,,.,......, .. ... ITT M A OUR FRIENDS IN THE BUSINESS VVORLD- Complimenty of FIVE TO FIVE STORES Compliments C0"'pli"t'e'm 0 of KNOXVILLE ENGRAVING ELMORE'S BARBER SHOP COMPANY Compliuzents I ARCHER G SMITH Of PRINTING COMPANY ROBINSON EVANS Creators ot Distinctive Printing MILLING COMPANY Comlblimenty of Cumberland Gap Woolen Mills ROBERTS CLEANERS "Service Thais Different" Telephone 28 We call for and deliver ADKISSON STUDIO Compliments 0 f HARRIMAN HOSIERY MILLS Compliments of THE DRESS SHOP KING DOBBS and FLEETNVOOD COFFEE Compliments of First National Bank Harriman, Tennessee LON MEE Dry goods, Notions, and Fresh Meats Phone 576 If it can be insured We have it ALBERT SISSOM'S , CARROLUS CAFE INSURANCE SERVICE 618 Home St t Ph 61 Phone 475 Congmtulations Seniors! from The Jbfanagement and 76l6Zlll37 of KNOXWILILIE IBUISIINIESS COILLIEGIE S "The Quality School of the South" The Army. Navy. and Defense Industries need trained office workers. Make your plans now to attend the KNOXVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE Comer Church and State Street Compliments Compliments 0f Of SHIVERS A CAFE Tennessee Hardware ' Companv J C: Complimentg MEAT MARKET of . Phone 98 X X , Free Delivery Service N O R R15 C M11 Harriman, Tenn. Complimenty of A. W. WAIUI-IEIRS Ml IERRIEILILS Class Rings and Pins Trophies, Medals, and Awards Invitations and Announcements Personal Cards Caps and Gowns 2ll UE. Chilhowie Ave. I lohnson.City, Tenn. Compliments of Compliments of R- In G00CH,fewele" ' Kyker Funeral Home Harriman, Tenn. Compliments of l'lUDSOlXl 51, -IlflNKlNS H. '11 N11'1'CHEI1Il Dealers In Douqhnut Holes W hi b r 'l GROCERY ETVISCRZ SA? ' ---'I McKINNEY'S BARGAIN STORE Complmzcwts of T H E GOLDEN RULE GROCERY COMPANY Mead-O-Mite Delivery Service with McCc1rtt cmd Tcrpp EDWARDS SHOE STORE Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE I-Ic1rrimcm's Pioneer Drug Stor We're with you CHASE DRUG sroriz H. C B tk' P p Compliments of SOUTHERN RAILWAY p Y. M. C. A. Oczkdcxle, Tennessee Compliments of F. A. MILLER'S SERVICE STATION Complimenty of l HENLEY'S STORE 9 l I Compliments 0 f CUMBERLAND CHEVROLET I I and "Since, 1890" INSURANCE COMPANY ROBERTS FURNITURE CO. We write policies on Cmyfh' gl Vgorth "wants to see you" Compliuzents C0W10IiWC'WfS of of DRAPER AND DARWIN AMERICAN STORES LIMESTONE CO. l 1 f 1 Compliments of Complinients I Of PRINCESS and WEBBO I THE MODEL DRY THEATERS T CLEANING co. Complifnenty of CLIFTY CASH STORE Compliments of N. HARDING Compliments of CUDAHY BROTHERS PACKING COMPANY THE S.O.I.I. PROPHATER SHEET METAL WORKS Icxck Prophcter, Prop. 407 Morgan Street Harriman, Tennessee Compliments of EASYWAY GROCERY Compliments of IANE'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 172 U Compliments of Dr. I. B. Adcock ESSO PRODUCTS W. A. Baker's Service Station Across from Harriman Hotel Complinzeizts of HARRI MAN CAFE PRED SUMMERS, Prop. Compliments Of T H E PALAC E BARBER SHOP 'Cnr Service Talks for Itself" Roane Street Fate Harmon, Prop. LADD and COFER MOTOR COMPANY Advancing into the Future BOOSTING BUILDING BENEFITING Pulolisliers of tlze HARRIAIAN RECORD Compliments of PATTON'S IEWELRY Compliments of E. STONE DEPARTMENT STORE Harriman, Tennessee Compliments of HARRIMAN OIL CO. Compliments of MAXWELL FUNERAL PARLOR 1 1 1 I Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1944 Compliments of . T. L. CATE CQ. STOWERS LUMBER and Home of Good Merchandise M Phone 10 Harriman, Tenn. Phones 8 G 9 Compliments of Compliments HAHRIMAN of MANUFACTURING THE RATION COMPANY MEAD CORPC ,Vi- I UIING YOUR lPAlRlV'? Keep up your appearance to keep up morale! xi' 'A' It is your duty to your country to ke looking young and lovely. ser aff New, Modern Estahlishment Efficient 6- Experienced Operator Croquzgnole Beauty Shoppe Phone 527 Roberts Building Harriman JOHNSON MoToR COMPANV Ha 1' rim Il 71 lv Jlf oa' e rn Rfzrord Shop Compliments of FURNITURE STORE HAMILTON'S F HQT112? B. 6: G. urnis mqs O Phone 417 Harriman, Tenn. THE ACME DRUG COMPANY R. L. Yeargan R. L. Yearqan, Ir. Phone 50 Harriman, Tenn. Best Wighes to Compliments of Sem' Class of 44 GUARANTEED MATTRESS co Ieanne Strunk, Mildred Adkisson 'Home of Better Mattresses Phone 767 CARLYLE EVANS 6' SON Compliments of Tailor Merchant G. W- "Ar Far Asaffzlman Eye Cam See. . . 77 I arlse from sleep one bright spring morning. I open my window and lean out. My! but that proiect air smells goodl I shoot down my little fire escape and slide right into my little rocket ship. I am going to take a trip through the city and surrounding territory. First I fly over Harriman High School and glimpse the freshmen, who seem to think they know everything but are really just as green as we were. The seniors, who are all strutting around sporting new class rings and boast- ing about how important they are, have forgotten that once they were freshmen. Wliile sailing along, I pass over Paul's house. To my amazement, I see Paul Hudson lying in bed with a broken leg. It's too bad the termites ate the handle off his shovel at the I. A. Iones Company. Why, there is Betty Bae in the back yard hanging up clothes while Paul, Ir. throws rocks at the neighbor's children. Gliding on I see Einstein Henley coaching his boys at H. H. S. He is trying to run a triple reverse off X2. Since George Ballard just couldn't stay away from Harriman, the is now assistant coachl, Imogene Ballard now has many patients at her insti- tution, Lyons View. Well, what do you know? There is Iunlor Buttrarn pitching on the professional ball team known as the Emory River Mead-O-Mites. Iune Adklsson. lmanager of McKinney's Bargain Store, is trying to sell a man a pair of over- alls that is two sizes too small for him. I see we have a very prominent dating bureau headed by Ada Kathleen Dryman. If Albert Sissom would work a little, people might get something to eat at his cafe. Instead, he is out in the back playing marbles with David. Mary Helen. the wizard of the cheerleaders, is now driving little Sissom crazy because she practices opera all day. 1 Q Ella Melvin. our great friend and genius, ls- writing an interesting cartoon for Superman Publications. It is a shame that Oliver Buchanan French. alias Bunkie, hurt his leg while playing for the Mead-O-Mites. He is now man- ager o! French and Yeargan Drug Store. I pass a door with a sign bearing this slogan: "If you wear glasses you will never need a Seetng,Eye Dog." I look inside and see Dr. Iackle Scarbro putting glasses on some cross-eyed man. Tressle Lindsay. the sweater girl of 1944, is a dress model, at Bonnie Huddleston's Darling Shoppe. leanne Daniels ls the chairman of the Beauty Associatlomof the State of Tennessee. It seems as if something could be done for these girls around here. ,' We see George Whittaker. they Devonla Street playboy, who is now head of the local cab company. If you need rf cab just call Ahler 585-I. Here is Ioseidhlne Rutherford playing in the orchestra owned by her brother Bobby, whom we remember as the sensational trumpet player of our high school days. Of course Betty Rose Wright is get- ting along fine. She has married a sub-foremandin the Stone-Webster Company the is boss of the ditch diggersl. Anna Lee has married a handsome Marine: he is short, dark, lonesome, and pleasingly plump. ' I I hear a cry of terror, and a's I approach tli'e scene of distress, I see Ford Tapp pulling some unfortunate man's false tooth. Next door, Betty Ieanne Scarbrough is giving lim Day a mud pack beauty treatment. Margaret K. Massey is playing on the Locust Blossom Perfume Program which has taken the place of the Mid-Day Merry-Go- Round. Wanda Scarbro is recruiting Waves since she oouldn't get in herself. Poor Calvin Moody has lost ten pounds: now the people get their grocerles.ten miriutes sooner. I wonder why lean Elmore is working on a lumi- nous lipstick formula? Could she be getting ready for work in the dark? Glenna Smith is now the wife of lim Car- roll, Prime Minister ol Haiti lor is it Chlna?l Miriam Naylor. well-known rug cutter, is getting hep to her rep by teaching dancing at the local art club. ' ' Poor little lim Glles is driving a Sherman 'Mf4 tank while gazing at Ioyce Cofer's picture, his guiding light. By the way, Ioyce is working at Tennessee Eastman Corporation while waiting for lim. Marguerite Miller has taken over the Kate Smith program and Ruby Iohnson isfsinglng on the Kraft Music Hall program. Louise Iacklon finally caught that handsome soldier she used tb write to,'the one who was in England the last time we heard. Ruth Solo- mon took an electrical welding course so that she could join her precious Carole In Arizona. Mrs. Ruby Smith has returned to her trailer and is now concentrating on sending her young son and daughter to school. Barbara D'Ar- mond supplies the carnlvals with' all their snapshots! Celestine Hlll ls now principal and English teacher at the Emory Gap School for Girls. Wanda Borurn. Queen of Wind Rock, is now advertising Lady Esther Face Powder. As a bright red convertible flushes-by,-1 catch a glimpse of Mary Sue Davidson and realize that the car belongs to a certain telegraph operator working in Oak Ridge. Wanda Nicely is in the Army Nurse Corps as a Major, working her way down, of course. lack Brown is still roaming through Texas and Tennessee looking for a town where the sidewalks are not rolled up at nine o'clcck every night. ls that Curlylocks Clayton Mathis continu- ing his interesting pastime of carrying girls down the mountain? I-Ie still claims he is going to be president of the United States if he can get anyone to- stuff the ballot box. Talented Harley Harmon. of gridiron fame, is now play- ing with the Chicago'Bears Iping-pong, of coursel. . It's a bird: It's a plane: it's a bullet: it's SUPERMAN! No-it's a mole: it's a mouse: it's a rabbit! 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