Harriman High School - Arrow Yearbook (Harriman, TN)

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Thus We, +he graduaiing class of l945, are more grafeiul for our 'Four years of schooling because of fhe many war+ime sacrifices we have made. A 'Farewell dedicafion would no+ be complefe wiihoui showing our rhanlcfulness and appreciaiion 'ro +he faculfy, fhose persons whose guidance, pafience, and willingness have made our years of high school a pleasure: and, fo our parenfs who have made far greaier sacrifices and who have pushed our iniiiaiive 'io higher goals, we again repeai four well-meaning words--"Thank you so much!" The hardesi thing now fo do is +o show our appreciafion fo +he besf friend, com- panion, and feacher we could have. As Emerson says, "The essence of friendship is enfireness, a +o'ral magnanimi+y and frus+." These. she has had eniirely. So-To Mrs. Bunch, whose smile of sinceriiy, heari' of undersianding, and words of encouragemeni have inspired us fo higher ideals and morals, we humbly dedicaie ihis, 'rhe fweniy-iirsf ediiion of THE ARROW and in 'rhus doing say, "Goodbye, we can never forgei you!" f. N 33 i4 ..., 'ai ,X T as k PM S Y Sff3zf?2 A N' :SWB W 'ww a MFE? '+L5."'Q -Nam, x wify 551-2, as k 1 4 ,, 5 'fif x X If f XI . 5 im wx? . gyiigj .5xVii,,,g,1 J5 1 l w -:1... wk A ig L 5? f I ,L 1 if 4 V X EQ 3 L, fs. Yi W, A f ' 'i A1 sm gif K wx , X M YS .N Q Q X ':,- ff uh 9432 2 V x ,l '-i x W it fig? Half -mx: 35565 - -41" -:, ! ff? ' , 1 ,, , 4 1. '15 Ll-'f'LMylL, 2 :Pu JUNIORICLASS OFFICERS GEORGE MCCLURE ...... . . , Presidenl BOB STULTZ .,....., . . Vice-President MARY GUSTA HAMILTON . . . . Secrelary CHARLES HARVEY ...... . . Treasurer MRS. THELMA MCCLUEN . . . . .Sponsor MRS. CARSTEN RETRUM ...,.. Co-Sponsor MOTTO: Qui Erimus, Nunc Fimus COLORS: Yellow and While FLOWER: Yellow Tulip 'A' SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ROBERT MCGUFFIN , . . . . . , Fresidenf LLOYD CAMPBELL . . . Vice-Presidenl REBEKAH HALL , . .,... Secrelary EDD LOVE . . . , .,... Treasurer BOBBY FRITTS ...... MOTTO: Success Comes in IICBHIISII COLORS: Blue and Gold FLOWER: Whiie Carnalion Assistant Treasurer "Cares" and Nor in 'R' FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS MARVIN HUDSON ....,...... Presidenl DOUGLAS ROBINSON . . . . ,Vice-Presidenl ROSEMARY COREA . . . ..., Secretary MILLIE STEVENS , . ...... Treasurer DEWEY COLE ......,. Assislanl Treasurer MOTTO: Push, Pull, or Gel Ou? of The Way COLORS: Maroon and While FLOWER: While Carnaflcn WWW BLISS IIIIIIIIS ,.f, p r 1 fl' 'I gl, rl' I I 1 , 1.' . 1 'fl 'u RUTH ARNOLD Transferred from Wheel, I942j Alnle-IIC Club, I, II, Home Eco- nomics Club, I, II, BaskeIbnII, I, Bela Club, III, IV, Viclory Club, III, Book League, III, IV, Class Treasurer, IV BETTY BOWMAN Pioneer Bnnd, I II, III, IV, Glee Club, II, III, IV IPresidenI, IVIg Belo Club, III, IV Ipresidenl, IVI2 Music Club, Ig Baskelball, I, Il, III, IV ICnpIain, IVIQ "Sprinq Fever," III, "Arrow" PI1oIo qraohie EdIIor T. F. BOWMAN Baskelball, II, III, IV, "Sprinq Fever," III, "Arrow" SporIs Edilor PAULINE BURNS Voledidorian Transferred from I-Allan, Tennessee, I942, Pep Squad, I, Class Secretary, Ig Liferarv Excnanqe, I, Book League, III, IV, Glee Club, II, III, IV, Befa Club, III, IV lVicefPresidenI, IVI, "Spring Fever," III, "Arrow" Lilerary EdiIor, "I-Ii-LiIe" Fealure Wrifer, II, Band IvIaIoreIIe, IV, Library Club, II, Secrclary, Senior Sludenf Council, IV BENNIE BUTLER Tronslerred Irorn Wneaf, I942, Arhlerlc Club, I, II, Horne Eco- nomics Club, I, II, Cleo Club, III, Baskefball, I, II, III, IV, Book Leaque, III, IV RUTH BUTLER Pioneer Drill Team, I, Il: Baskelball, I II, III. IV, Music Club, I, Glee Club, III, IV, Book League, III, IV, Class Treasurer, III, Cneerlvmirrr, III, IV, Viclorv Club, III, "Arrow" Sporls Edilor DOT CAMPBELL Drill Team, I, :Ig fnee Club, III, Teslafor for "Arrow", Chapel Pianisl, III, IV JIMMY CARROLL Pioneer Vice-Presidenl I, Class Presidcnf, II, III, IV, Band, I, II, III, Safely Pafrol, I, II, III, FooIbaII, I, II, Baskefball, I, II, IV, "I'IifLiIe" Minieoqrapner, II, "Spring Fever," III, Boy's Glee- Club, III I I -Arnold, Bowman, B,, Bowman, T, F., Burns, Buller, B., Buflor, R Campbell, Carroll Tfamsbfrred from South Harr7r'an, I943g BaskeIbaII, I, II, IVQ LOVELLE CHRISTMAS Plonew GIQC CIub, IIIg "Hi-LHS" Repoder, II, BusIness Mamqwr, "Av'ow"j Band If DfEII Team, IIj Book L+-aquft, III, IV DOT CURTIS SaIuIaIorIarv BMA Club, III, IV ISecreTa'v IVJQ "Arrow" HIswrIan BOB DAVIS VUQIIJQII, I II, III, IV, VICE-PvQ5Ide-VII, III, IV, Bovi CIW, CIUII IIIQ Pwsvienfl Senlov Smdent CL,mm,II, IV LENA ROSE DRYMAN Immfr-fred Ircm HQMNQII HIQII, CImcIrmaII, Ohlo, I943g GIcfe CIUIJ III' Shaq? CQFHVXHIIIQP- IISDVIVTQ Fave-V," IIIQ DrIII Inv' IV: Back League, III, IVg Vidofy CIUIJ, IIIQ "Awww" Pv'opIwf-I, IV, BasIfeIoaII, Ig A Capella Choir, II EDITH EASTER Manage' Class Tourmamem, IVg GIee CIUIJ, III TOMMIE GRAVES CIASS Vicefpresidpnt, II, FooIbaII, IV, "Spring Ffwerf' IIIQ Svnhwr Sfudi-N CONCII, IVg "HI LIIe" Mifrwoqrqphfef MYRA HARDING Pioneer BasIcPIbalI I7 Baske-IbaII Manaqer, IV: GIQQ CIUID, IIIg "III V RPIDQYIPV I IIj Bamd, I, IIQ 'ISprInq Fr-wwf' III: Bmw F VLPJQQE, III IVQ Edlfofirv Chief, "Armw" 1. EULA HELFENBERGER 1 4 f Pionee J AJ xl M D'III Ie.3"', II, BaIskrfbaII, III , M I, 's I A- ' I- lj " 4" -ff ' .f 'I PJ ' Chrisimas, Curfis, Davis, Dryman, Easier, Graves, Harding!-Helfenberger x I ,f 'AM After mv III 'II III-III I3 Lxafgf Laqfr-fi M , 1 I WILMA HEMPHILL f . , N, T'wsN'e"Nfl from Frafvklcrl I-llqlw, Wesf F'anNfIorly IINIHQNS, N9443 Bafb-II:-WIN NN, Nllj Jmlof Play III ' ' CLARA MAE HUMPHKEYS x , Trm',lvrrf:d Nfom Cnallleld, Tennessee N942jIBasTcrlbnIL,-NI, Sol? I:.1Nl, Nj Vollev Ball, Nj Dr-ballm Tffnm, I, NN, CoNumbIa Club you f fm 1 Iva mv Q I, Nlg,SqpN wwe Que-ww, Il, DfuwmINC Rim? LI' ' Nlg KN' lwv' Bwlam Club, Nj Bmolf Lfcaqucg, NIN IV, SQC ol Qbolv I- GNQQ 1 I Cub, IN ,NN, IV 55 . ,l I Hemphill, Humphreys, Johnslolujglongsf Kifjisll, Ladd, A,, Ladd, B., Morqary Murchfcn, Pal o If fly ,I N 5 ,aff , ' lx, I , J 'fDOROTHY JOHNSTON N fy J A Plow,-ryv' I, X V umm UI, 1-N, GN'-In Cm Iv, DNNN rfwl X I - JANE JONES Clef' CIQL, INI, NV, Bowl N-'uquff NIN, NV, Vnu' Vrwslulvvwl, Seann' Sludcml Cuurvfil, NV N NN? WILLARD KITTRELL . Foolbnll, N, NNN, NV, B.1SNfeNluJNN, N, IN, INI ALYCE LADD R' Trarxsffrrfml from Whfxal, I942g Baskelbnll, ll V t I BILL LADD Manager, Foolbnll leafy IN, INI, NV, Bnskelball, , N IV, "Spring Fever," INN, Mnrmqer, Clnss Nourmx'-If , NV I N MILDRED MORGAN Ifmnrvr . I ' JOHNIE Muncl-nsom I " mm W xi Y Trarsferrecl from Ima: Lilmn Hiqh, Nashville, N94 IK IAN I Club llg Ouldocr CNUIJ Ng GNCD Club lg Glrlk Res rvn, MRINI lx MARY PALKO 2, ' GNC-11 Club, ll, NII, IV ISnrNselnfyflreudsurfir, IVI , v II' . I Nil Q lf? 5 'K f ,V J I 'j I j A' ' V "1" ' ' 1-"J A, M u 1 fe x If "Vi I J' I. I ,JUNE PETER-5 Q I . , Basket Q , Ill, Drill 'izzimtaigokfifrirg Fevsrwylflg Libraial Club, ' I - XPRANCES SQAMDILYN .1 ' n f.ii Team, r ii, iv, Musaefciuu' I, ii: vmofy c1Ub,,1w5lEfS ccrelary, lllg Glee Clull, lllf Ng' Bprinq Fever,Q 'lily Book League, lll, lyglyfaslcelball, IV " . ' v 'M 'Il,C 'S I ,VV its ecdearyw ',il All yv In NAARGARET SCOTT Slalc D.A.R. Good Citizen Aworil rl lrgrizlfffryl lmrri Dem' Pvkarisag l944g Glee Club, I. Il. III. " IV: Junior Trio l ll' Clais Presiflerwl, lq Senior Trio, Ill., -Bela 'x Club, Ill IV: Clnis Seciffkuw and Tfeaswnr lllg Viflmry Club, A lllj Semis' Sluc1en1Couricil lVg Drill Team, IV I5 V' if -. MARY HELEN SUDDATH ' Iii If Musii Ci,c, lg Dwll Team, llj Glnc Club, lll ' J MARY RUTH WALLACE , ,, . .1 ., 4' Library Cuc Il- Semi Effects, "Spring Fever," lllg Bela Club, 1 iii if - .J xi JUNE WEBSTER Trrmsferreu ra" Coallie :I Tsifessoe l942y Volley Ball, Ig Soff- ball, I, Drill Team, ll, IV h MARGARET WILLIAMS , N ' 1 . Trmsferr fl lr rossvill 'I rwcs e 1943 Ho ie ECOVTDVNISS' 3' . ex air: C ' 5, D, ae, 3 U Club, I, Ilg Gle-P Club It Sluder-I Council, ll: Class 56Crelqry, llj "Vail Blain' " lg Semis' Sluderil Council, IV CARLENF WYRICK P' war Drill Team, l, llq Librarflialub ll1Belq Club, Ill,IlV . MARIAN YEARY ' ., Joiley Bai, lj Bnsrftsell, l lll lVg Sollbail, I, Ilg Track, I, II MARY FRANCES YOUNG ' Music: Ciur: l lSHCrelar.' and Tmneurerlg Drill learnfllq Band, IV, Glee Club, I, Il, lll, IV IVfae-Presiljenl lll,1VIg "Spring ffgve' ' Ill, PVFYW' Assismnf Pho oqrsphic Edifor N' .1 W. A , . 1 I f eusle LASLEY ' N J, Na+-rqigdrffii " jlmnsfefreu from Trov I-Lucy, Trowa Tennessete, January, I9A5g 'QWIIM Ciinqcruy Ill, Music Club, I, lllg Baskefball, IV, Double If u. rli: , , 1 , ,I ,I u I I ff I I 's ' N I .1 J f A , ,- " I If lffif , I 0 Dgris Margrave f rl' oigqilo BuBgL:,.K:'9 Nj xiii Jeannine Burns if ,X .1 G i,abQi'6am'pbell 5I'XJimmy Duifonj x Bej:yBel+ ' I ' Giles Edw V V L6vonia Benneff . Marlin Bar 'I In l Dolores Friffsm Ganerjyaviflson Wilma Bardill li C figs grasps ji Norma Jane Balls fr lpvilodrftdi Jim la , . ,L X i' Yi V f if I ' 'L lv, in ' ill l. x E, .f . K V, i . N . -Ai yr' ,V i I Q fy. Pauline Gallup '-"'1 , MargarefJ9,1-iorpper Q q ' Elnagor Hobbsq , ,'flxGle,Jpnliins fa A 1 ' 'Helen Mocdrroll ,f ,,1 Z M IPauline IGraveslf Marian Gaylprcl' ' f ' 1 Q' I Orville "F-iowardg fri Doyle MCSD! I., Levi? Hwjfa. 41. ,Q Anpnfcfrmelfi jf,-s " Beisy Andjill V, 'Mary'Cjlnh Hamilton George 'McClure - ,Charlesffleivey , . 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Campbell Troy Balmer Evelyn Ford Jack Bullingfon Mary Jo Adlrisson Barbara Garrefi Alberia Ahler Geneva Baker Tom Cool: Fri'HS Virginia Ladd Paul Miller Kenneih Langley Edward Pallco Benion Hood Roberf McGu'ffin Jimmy Graves H. W. Hudson Edd Love Clyde lngle Grendel Harmon f Q' 5, We 'J f ak . DJJ Ouida Woolen Mary Frances Whifloclr Roberia Sellers Bobby Ross Delores Scarbrough Helen Shipwash Helen Pierce Kafherine Shawl BeHy Pope Belle Lou Sissom Rufh Suddaih Sarah Rowan - 1 I. f r Herberl- Young John Williamson W. H, Renfro Leland Scandlyn Andy Yeary Jack Williams Arfhur Burfon Sfowers Paul Thompson 14 fi , V 1 'li I' 'i 'j'-. I x SHPHUMUHEX SL MPS A 1 i hu ,N . 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Huckeby - Howard Edgemon Tommy Adkisson Boyd Kelley ' ,gy Shipwash Seniell rivance Pickell , rolyn Pope f ly Slevens ll PyoH Plemons fy Webb g a Lou Wrighi' rl s Williams 1ne'H'e Williams r ra Walker ary Evelyn MiHs d my Roberis 'ly Miller me Tapp UHEE lHESH x, , N xl I Mildred Wrighi Ollie May Turner Lonnie Kreis Roy Lee Rose Douglas Robinson Wesley Wrighf Clarence Robinson Bill PeHy John Palmer Bob Wallace Carl Kelley Earl Snedegar Pe+e Semanjcli l Olin Williallw W. T. Williams Glenn Thompson Ml JU IUH HIGH SEHUHL OUR FIRST EIGHT YE if FACU LTY Mr. Dale Larew, Mrs. J. P. Carroll, Miss Barbara Zumsfein, Miss Lila Frank ScoH, Mis-s Thompson, Miss Dora Pierce, Miss Rosemary Eisenhower, Mr. John R. Evans A D rofhy EIGHTH hlllllllll Helen Johnson, Eva Jenkins, Rulh Anne Pelers, Rulh Pierce, Dela Mae Murray, Lorene Buller, Belly Newman, Maxine Huckeby, Ola Mae Mains, lva Sue McCarroll, Belly L. Wrighl, lrene Smilh, Sue Pope, Helen Sellers, Ellen Billens, Lena Gar- rell, Ruby Jane Dryman, Gordan Hamillon, Sammy Robinson, Jimmy Borum, Charles Robinson, Ray- mond Hicks, Frank Turbyville, George Richardson Paulk, Jimmy Thornlon, Bill Miller, Jack Buller, Jim Weaver, Harry Pierce, W. A. Johnson, George Phillips, Bob Melvin, J. L. Pelers, Jack Pelers, Joe Jenkins, Roy Millon 'A' Belly Scandlyn, Imogene Turner, Belly Jo Hood, Emogene Bullard, Belly Hill, Jane Margrave, Jo Anne Overslreel, Wilma Carler, Margarel Sluehser, Joyce Hyder, Belly Summers, Annelle Alder, Louise Edmonds, Pauline Morris, Maynelle Griffin, Norma Jean Ballard, Louise Walker, Ter- rell Jean Koonlz, Norma Jo Burns, Jane Garrell, Jo Anne Adkins, Francis Laymance, Curlis Jenkins, Paul Taylor, Wesley Davidson, Guy Hill, B. A. Niles, Marilyn Black, Annelle Pierce, Verna Weaver, Helen Smilh, Gene Brewer, J. W. Mee, Fred Vann, Ramsey Buchanan, Rudolph Bennell, Allen Walson wk Lois Daniels, Veria Weaver, Jean Simcox, Belly Jo Daniels, Sarah Hallield, Wanda Buller, Jayne Slrunk, Palsy Kerns, Evelyn Forresler, Mildred Thomas, Nellie Harmon, Mary Goddard, Virginia Collins, Peggy McCoy, Jimmie Lakin, Alma Dry- man, Edna Adcock, Carmen Alden, Mary Jane Talberl, Garry Bolden, Bobby McCarroll, Jo Nickols, Leon Murray, Fred Hall, Louise Cross, Thomas Hopwood, Jimmy Talberl, Harold Humph- rey, Franklin Brown, Lawrence Miller, Bob Lee, Ralph Sallerlield, Jack Howard, Tommy Beach, Dod King NOT PICTURED Mary Emma Hensley, Emma Slaughler, J. C. Gillis SEVE TH UHAHEHS Jack Baker, Carrol Hudson, Lloyd Moody, Tommy Henry, E. J. Rogers, Thomas Aycock, Ed Gilliland, Lesler Wyrick, Jackie Chadwick, Gene Johnson, Georgia Worley, Wanda Hicks, Alice Long, Glena Bennell, Edilh Copeland, Norma Jean Parrish, Sue Forresler, Dolores Horlon, Wanda Sadler, Jo Ann Mee, Billie Ann Aydelolle, Ruby Hall, Belly Palmer, Phyllis Cooper, Chrisline Marshall, Dorlhy Solomon, Roy Russell, Billy Delaney, Craw- lord Slagel, Roberl Taylor, W. C. Daniels, Charles Wrighl, Alvin Johnson i' Billy Hulcheson, Ray Curlis, Billy Newcomb, Leon Pierce, Bobby Dryman, James Hill, Jerry Pope, Donald Harmon, Richard Wasson, Larry Lillon, Holberl Miller, James Kelly, Bobby Weslmore, Tommy Marlin, Mary Mellon, Palsy Black, Jacque- line Turner, June Bullins, Ona Weslmoreland, Pa- lricia Oler, Joyce Morrow, Clara Mae Boswell, lvy Jean Overslreel, Lucille Roberls, Edna Wil- liams, Mildred McNew, Mary Anne Evans, Belly Jo Sloul, Mary Jane Teilder i' Dorolhy Harwood, Billy Jean Scarbrough, Cleo Brewer, Thelma Walson, Doris Wriqhl, Mary Turner, Kalhleen Walker, Norma Jean Yeary, Geneva Whillenbarger, Virginia Hall, Nancy Slevens, lna Jo Smilh, Helen Mee, Margarel Livingslon, Belly Bolden, Jo Nell Brown, Bobby Brown, Charles Burns, Gordon Walson, Ernesl Chandler, Lee Dryman, Jack Vann, Clarence Ship- wash, Larry Smilh, G. A. Burns, Carl Curlis, Earl Lee, Frank Hulchinson, Dick Henderson, Jack Snow, Don Raby R ? 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'Ly 1'-+ WIT SAFETY PATROL STATE GUARD SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL -I n .-M1 'ff' xgim WWW wx N Ayy WN if in M ' W ax , ..,.-Q-Nth -A 'K bk M' w .W Q W, 'R www' R, X far? :frm bw x ,..,,..pf'Q7" Wg, k xp CHEMISTRY BUILDING TRADES CAFETERIA 'I' A WEPUTUT MYRA HARDING . , . Edifovvin-Chief BOB DAVTS ..... , Assisfanf Edifor LOVELLE CHRISTMAS ....... Business Manager WILLARD KITTRELL . . . Assisfanf Business Manager PAULINE BURNS . . ..... Liferary Edifor BETTY BOWMAN . . . Phofoqraphic Edlfor THE MARY FRANCES YOUN T, F, BOWMAN .... RUTH BUTLER . , . DOROTHY CURTIS , . DOROTHY CAMPBELL. . LENA ROSE DRYMAN HUUK G, Asslsfanf Phofoqraphic Edifor . , . . , . Sporis Edifor , . Sporfs Edifor . . Hisforfan , Tesfaior . . . , Prophef R A L P H D U N C Cap+ain, I944 Quiel and likable, be showed oulslanding abilily all during lhe season. He is now serving in +l1e Uniled Slales Navy. AN COACH G. M. BALLARD George Ballard, Principal and Coach, has been llwe inspiralion for yea-rs lor 'flue remarkable de- velopmenl of inexperienced players in bollw fool- ball and baslselball, and has produced many cbarnpionswip leams. .. s .s , t , L 1 - f 5 . -vw Bufler, M. Rudson, C. Hudson, Hickman M I 4 J , 1,1 ,f , r 1 X , , , .N -, ,,-.,f is h -fe... K"-abil ' A A ll.. . I X I A AV, I J' . le . ,Q ,I , - - fy , .4 J. f IJ ' lv, . .I t-I V t D il " I U I g ' , , I I AS' Troy Baker, Bill Ladd, Manager: Jim Day, Assislanf Manager: Willard Kilirell, Lloyd Campbell, Leland Scandlyn, Bob Davis, Roberf McGuffin, Bob Slullz, Howard Edgeman, Ralph Duncan, Tommy Graves, Coach George Ballard, Bill Bufler, W. T. Williams, Jimmy Weaver, Paul Thompson, Kennelh Aydelolle, J. Bodine, Jack Bullinqlon, Tom Cook, Jack Graves, Edd Whife, Bob Carroll, Charles Massey, Dewey Cole, Jack Peters, SCORES . 253 Qliver Springs . 63 Oak Ridge . . I25 Kingsion . . 7: Lenoir Cify . . ,337 Clinion . . l37 Alcoa . . I3: Soddy Daisy . . 6: Oak Ridge L, . O: Rockwood . Jake Peters. 3. . 'li ' My, an Cl 'H - H Ti ' - ' V ge ,Mg ii I if M Vid ' R Q S. . . . .QS ufh riman . S. . .1 .' . . . . . 21 Soul arriman . ly 5... .Ani dale S. .... ' . . . ' in Son . . . Q 'l S.. . . .... 3 noir Cily . . YY S. .,.. . . . . 6 Rockwood . . N S. . . . . . 115 .... 7 Sonlh Harriman . K' S. . . ....... 373 Oliver Springs . l S. . . . . . . 34: Kingslon . . . b S. . . ..... 277 Lenoir Cily . . . Q X S.. . .... 35: Soulh Harriman . I S. . . . . 2l7 Oliver Springs . X R Q S.. . . .297 Rockwood . . XL S. . . . . 35: Oakdale . . X. Q S3 x A Q 'X Dislricl' Tournamenl 3 S.. . . .34: Meigs Counly . . K' S. . . . . 3I: Da lon semi-finals . Y 5 S.. . . . 3lg Spring Cily llinalsl . 9 S PLAYERS R Ann Normenf,. Bobby Milligan, Marian Yeary, .lean Davis, Wilma Hemphill, Jo Ferguson, ern Harris R Easier, Kalherlne Shawl, Belly Bowman fCaplalnl, Rulh Buller, Frances Scandlyn, Alyce Ladd, Coach R. Evans, Myra Harding lManagerl. Noi Piciured: Bennie Bufler, Marlha Dunn All-Tournamenf: Alyce Ladd, Marfha Dunn V o 'ell Y Gil Hllllllll llllll SCORES SouII'1 Harriman , . I6 Soulh Harriman . . 28 Sunloriglwl . . . . 20 Oakdale . . . . 26 Kingslon . . . . . 27 Lenoir Cily . . . . 34 Rockwood . . . . . I8 Soulh Harriman . . 23 Oliver Springs . .26 Kingslon . . . . . 35 Lenoir Cily . . . . . 3I Soulh Harriman . . I8 Sunbrighl . . . . . 2l Oliver Springs . .20 Rockwood . . . . . 22 Oakdale . . . .26 , J Dlslrlcl' Tournamenl' af M gf , 46 Lenoir Cily , .4 . . , f ' K ' III? I W 'f' .f . . rr ff puff ,A ' PLAYERS CV I Q I C a h Pl e Bobby Frilfs, Bobby Carrol, Coach George Ballard, Williard a ll G e Davidson, Jim Day Jimm Duffon Bill Ladd Bobb Slulh, 'j . Y . . Y es Edwards 55 mix vilgijbfy 'Z Vg 32? was 5 ,. x H Q1 , , N X ' 1, 2 "" ' f' w "Tim .,.g:,..f ,,.. V, V 1 '-ngwf "ff" , M 'E wig f if x . ' ,,,.A.5.Z,.,,. V V V I :M ...., '-,- ., V,., Vg V Vw, .,.., V .. , V4 lj! 'Hgh J fwf- VVW t Q., my , .,, :'1'g' 5, - f , . 7 I aff 'X gf QW V: 4 wi 24' , Q, x A? 3 i. 5 ,, ' , wi f 1355 y, 'lf FEATURES PUPULAHITY PAULINE BURNS ANDZT. F. BOWMAN HUUU CITIZENS MARGARET scoff ,mo eos cmvus VEHSATILITY BETTY BOWMAN AND BOB DAWS I.llllli5 i QULA HELFENBERGER AND JIM CARROLL n fridufe TU THIJSE WHU SERVE O beaufiful 'For heroes proved In libera+ing sfrife, Who more fhan self 'iheir counfry loved, And mercy more +l1an life! America! America! May God +hy gold refine, Till all success be nobleness And every gain divine! -From "America flue Beau+iful" By KATHERINE LEE BATES LISI WILL I I ILIIIIII I We, fhe graduafing class of I945, minds be- ing in full swing and rhyfhrn, do declare fhis our grand finale, in manner and form as follows: Firsf: We leave 'ro fhe Juniors half of our bril- liance, since we can gef along very well on fhe ofher half. Second: To fhe Sophomores we leave fhe privilege of spending all of 'rheir hard-earned money on nexf year's Seniors af fhe big feed. lBanquefl Third: To fhe Freshmen we leave fhree more years of pushing and shoving all 'rhe resf of fhe poor kids when changing classes. Fourfhz To dear ol' H. H. S. we leave fhe memory of our good looks, our brillianl' minds, our fluency of speech, our pleasanl' disposifions, our good fimes, and our wonderful abilify fo sell magazines. Fiffh: BILL LADD leaves his sleeping in classes fo anybody else who sfays ouf all hours of fhe nighf. BENNIE BUTLER leaves her blond hair 'ro Nancy Walker. JANE JONES leaves "fha+ morbid look" fo Sarah Carson. BOB DAVIS leaves his physique 'fo Grandel Harmon. FRAN- CES SCANDLYN leaves her glamour fo Marfha Belle Dunne. Sixfh: T. F. BOWMAN leaves his sfuffering, scrafching his foof, and sleeping in classes fo Charles Harvey. DOT CURTIS leaves her po- efic abilify fo Margaref Joe Hopper. RUTH BUTLER leaves her sfompin' and chewing gum fo Pauline Graves. JIM CARROLL leaves fhaf "cer+ain dash" fo Arfhur Burfon Sfowers. RUTH ARNOLD leaves her quief and sfudious nafure fo Merilene Hickman. ALYCE LADD leaves shorfhand class wifh a sigh of relief. LENA ROSE DRYMAN leaves Jackie af fhe mercy of Kafherine Shawl, much fo her reqref. PAULINE BURNS leaves her "knowing all fhe righf an- swers" fo Sis, Jeannine Burns. WILLARD KITT- RELL leaves his big moufh fo Roy Rose. MARY RUTH WALLACE leaves her "asking all fhe ques+ions" for Mrs. Geasland fo look up in her spare Time. Sevenfh: JUNE WEBSTER leaves her sweef disposifion fo Dolores Friffs. LOVELLE CHRIST- Wifnesses: JIM CARROLL, Presidenf JUNE PETERS, Secrefary MAS leaves Jim Day and fhe resf of her worn- ouf beaus 'ro Jane Baker. DOT JOHNSTON leaves her bashfulness and quief ways fo Befsy Ann Hill. MYRA HARDING, fearfully, leaves Edwin Arnold. JUNE PETERS leaves all Bob's sweafers fo Doris Margrave. DOT CAMPBELL leaves her hysferical horse-laugh 'fo Wilma Bar- dill. EULA HELFENBURGER leaves her sfream- lined figure fo Ann Ray Normenf. Eighfh: TOMMIE GRAVES leaves his pesfer- ing fhe women fo C. R. Tedder. JOHNNY PETTIT leaves ol' H. H. S. fo go home and waif on Le Roy. CLARA MAE HUMPHREY leaves her slim waisf-line 'ro Nell Suddafh. BETTY BOWMAN leaves "no make-up and sfaying af home" fo Levonia Benneff. "SIS" EASTER leaves her expensive "gold properfy" fo Mary Gusfa Hamilfon. Nirrfh: WILMA HEMPHILL iusf leaves, period. JOE PALKO leaves his "plowing" fo Bob Rufh- erford. MARGARET SCOTT leaves her musical abilify fo Joe Williams. MARIAN YEARY leaves her bracelefs and pan-cake make-up fo Mildred Webb. MARGARET WILLIAMS leaves her "shorfness" 'ro Germaine Campbell. MARY HELEN SUDDATH leaves her "sfubbornness" 'ro George McClure. "PAN" YOUNG leaves her fap-dancing and graceful movemenfs fo June Collins. MARY PALKO leaves her "friend- liness" fo Millie Sfevens. CARLENE WYRICK leaves her "GoIdilocks" fo Mary Jane Long. MILDRED MORGAN leaves wifh all of her crowd while Norma Jane Baffs sfays wifh only half of hers. Lasfly: We hereby leave Mrs. Bunch and her Temper fo seffle all unanswered quesfions wifh fhaf wonderful faculfy of ours. IN WITNESS WI-IEREOF, We, fhe Senior Class of Harriman High School, in fhe fownship of Harriman, Counfy of Roane, Sfafe of Ten- nessee, do hereby affix our hand and seal 'ro our lasf will and fesfamenf, 'rhis eighfeenfh day of May, in fhe year of our Lord ninefeen hun- dred and forfy-five. DOT CAM PBELL, Tesfafor PllllPHlll Our ship has launched-we're on our way. Our crew isn't so large this year, but it's a small amount of very good quality. Our captain is none other than Jim Carroll with Bob Davis as his right-hand man. June Peters is keeping the ship's log, which will probably help her in her old age. keeping Mrs. Geasland's budget. Eula Helfenberger and Mildred Morgan have enlisted in the WASPS. Eula will probably get grounded--she can't keep her' mind off men. Tommie Graves is now doing house work. His little wife is a riveter on the proiect, and he takes care of Junior during the day. l'll bet he misses the good old days catching freight trains with Bill lPool-rooml Ladd. Oh yes, Bill is still catching that 9:30 Special. Last night he got stranded in Chattanooga, but he didn't mind. Down from the sky dropped Sis Easter in the latest style helicopter and picked him up. Our ship is moving slowly down this old river of Life. We are now docking at the quaint little village of Williamsburg. Margaret Williams is the first lady mayor of this town. June Webster is the constable. She chases all the children in at the 9:00 curfew. Johnny Pettit and Wilma Hemphill are the alder ladies ot this town. Clara Mae Humphreys is in charge of the Y. W. C. A. here. She is the calesthenics instructor. Marian Yeary is teaching voice lessons at the Con- servatory of Music here in Williamsburg. One of her most apt pupils is none other than Mary Helen Suddath. Waitl l can hear her now-she's singing-one of the old time favorites back in I944-"Swinging on a Star." Professor Yeary has been trying to teach her "Get Hot or Go Home," which was written by Tommy Graves, but Mary Helen can't get used to that boogie beat! Fnances Scandlyn and Ruth Butler are out in California working as make-up artists. Their experience in school surely came in handy. Margaret Scott is head of the First National Bank in Williamsburg now. She pulled it out of a state of bank- ruptcy after its late president, Ruth Arnold, was guietiy murdered by one of the stockholders, Elsie Lasley. We have left Williamsburg and are moving on down towards Proiect Ridge, Tennessee. l see a large sign which reads-"J. A. Bones, Destruction Co. Anyone wishing a position please apply to business manager Mary Palko, or to receptionist Jane Jones." The school is down close to the water's edge, so l can easily see inside. Coach Willard Kittrell is laboring with a group of young boys, trying to teach them to play mumblepeg. Dot Campbell, the l945 class dope, is still trying to figure out what a Testator is. Bennie Butler became her assistant after several years of hard labor on the proiect. Lovelle Christmas hasn't quite recovered from being business manager of the "Arrow," so we'll iust leave her in Clower's Institute for the Mentally Unbalanced. Mary Ruth Wallace proved to be a very talented artist. She is drawing cartoons for Dalt Wisney out in Holly- wood. Carlene Wyrick recently gave up this position to go back to teaching art at the University of Texas. Alyce Ladd became a famous playwright. She is in New York now, directing her latest hit-"6randma's Last Stand," in which she, herself, is the star performer. We have left Proiect Ridge, and are coming by an- other interesting town. l look inside a doctor's office. There are Doctors Hart, Burns, and Belcher, perform- ing on a victim. These doctors were known in their younger days as T. F. Bowman, Betty Bowman, and Dot Johnston. Myra Harding is now the President of U. ltchie-l Scratchie Hair Tonic Co. She makes quite a profit selling hair tonic to those bald-headed composers. How does she do it? Mary Frances Young finally bought that chicken farm she always dreamed of-iust "Pan" and her chickens. Joe Palko is chief engineer of our little ship. He's iust working part time this trip, though. Pauline Burns is still dreaming about that man. She says, "l'd marry him if he were a little taller, or a little better looking, or if he had more money, or if he'd ask me." When semester exams began way back in I945, Dot Curtis asked Mrs, Bunch what the date was. Mrs. Bunch told her that the date wasn't important. that she'd better be worrying about the exam. Dot sweetly replied, "Well, l wanted to put something on my paper." 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Aflraciive . . .Carriage . .Flirfing . Bookkeeper .... College Grad, . . Half-pinf U1 .E .az L O 3 .SO cfor Dire Cd . Plnysi ua 4: as .D L 3 H an 0 X IJJ Sweel' Curie 'Ooclwie X L ll nYe ria Ma .1 SY . Bef . Professional L 0 u c fu O on 5 -9 0 5 o -I U' .E u r: lu Q Friendly unny ..F C D Q. Young Frances M. llllll We, The Senior Class of l945, do noT claim for ourselves a high place in life, buT we are here To presenT To you a few of The "bolTs we have knocked" while building The ship on which we sail. ln Sepfember of l94l, abouT sixTy Freshmen made Their presence known in The halls of dear old Harriman High. We were organized under The "commandership" of Mrs. Bunch and Miss Louise Canfrell wiTh ErnesT SmiTh as our presi- denT. We wasTed no Time in geTTing down To work and found ourselves acTive in all aThleTic and exTra-curricular acTiviTies. We followed our proper course by Telling The resT of The' school we were "Green, buT Growing" wiTh colors of green and yellow To maTch our moTTo. Yes, we were green, buT we learned our lesson early in The firsT year. We learned we had To work hard, especially To sell magazines. By collecTing Tin Tail, selling magazines, and paying class dues prompfly, we were able To faTTen our Treasury. Our qreaTesT proiecfs of The year were collecfing TableT backs and parTicipaTing in all paTrioTic drives. We ioined The oTher classes in buying a SIOO War Bond, which was presenTed To The ciTy schools. We Toiled and by The 'end of The year proved ThaT we were almosT as brighf as our class flower, The yellow Tulip. ln our sophomore year we sTarTed our second cruise wiTh Mrs. Bunch and Miss Mary ProffiTT as sponsors and Jimmy Carroll as capfain. A finance commiTTee was To find a way To make our Treasury grow, and They did! We wenT To work selling school pins and collecfing Tablef backs and worked hard under The moTTo, "Push, Pull, or GeT OUT of The Way." We had a won- derful ChrisTmas parTy in The library, celebraTing our Two-weeks holiday. We planned and made good The biggesf evenTs of ThaT year-The Sophomore Skafing Parfies. The highlighf of all our Sophomore fun was our wonderful Trip To "Ozone Falls" . . . Thus, our name as Silly Sophomores gradually faded inTo The well-de- served and well-earned name of Jolly Juniors. Eagerly we anTicipaTecl This year. We began our Junior year by again elecfing Jimmy Carroll as presidenf, and organizing our class for business. This consisTed firsT of collecf- lllllll ing Tablef backs, making foofball schedules, sell- ing candy afTer school, and "eaTs" aT The fooT- ball games. Because of The rafioning program, we began in Ocfober To plan for The Junior- Senior BanqueT, which was a beaufiful affair Topped off wiTh a dance, held on The warm nighT of April 28, I944. We aTTended various parTies Throughouf The year and had loTs of fun TogeTher. WhaT's The maTTer? WhaT's happening? WhaT's all The noise? Oh, l know: Jim Day has a good case of The iiTTers-a preliminary To The hiqhlighT of our junior year, "Spring Fever," a hilarious comedy acTed ouT by hilarious members of our class. IT wenT over wiTh a bangl lJusT like our classll Thefinal social evenT of The year was a parTy given To The iuniors and seniors by Mr. and Mrs. Black. The faculTy "leT Their hair down" and really enTerTained us! We'll never forgeT how Mrs. Bunch prissed in, in ThaT liTTle black haT AND Mr. J. R. Evans on ThaT Tricycle! More fun! As usual, our class sTuck TogeTher in voTing unanimously for our class rings. We were really excifed, buT who wouldn'T be? ln The spring we packed up and wenT To Bowman's farm for our class picnic. WhaT eaTs! WhaT garbs! WHAT FUN! Our senior year began The TwenTy-eighTh of AugusT and we really sTruTTed, as all seniors do! How did Miss Lucy live Through iT? All The noise, exciTemenT, and waiTing! . . . Waifing on Myra and her Oldsmobile To geT back from The express office wiTh our class rings. They were so preTTy, we were so-o-o happy. ln The fall we sold colors and food aT The foofball games and parTicipaTed whole-hearfedly in The sale of Bonds and Sfamps. Then our Annual worries began. buT They were well rewarded. JusT look aT This I945 "Arrowl" We had a wonderful Time aT The Junior-Senior Banquef and Dance and also all The oTher parTies we aTTended. In The spring we cruised ouT for anoTher picnic and Then, THEN . . . The Fire Fol- lies of '4-5! WhaT a hiT wiTh everybody! Now we are looking sadly and gladly Toward Commencemenf, wiTh our TuTure before us. As The old ship saying goes, Though, FULL SPEED AHEAD. DOT CURTIS, HisTorian 'Q -2 ,.. 6' SJ A ff?-n-4.1 Af.: !.Z4,.,,Q, .:z4,,,j 9 LjfeN,-l1 A ,was 4.L4..x.4,cfC- Cl.,..-I fa-,,,,,g 4. ai ,ar-AJC! P 4f"L 9-""' fx ""'f 'wvldr-L' c-.4!f-4,x.!- - ' ,V-yn - 7, I. Jusf resiing, Hwanks. 5. Jusf Connie. Beta inifiafion, '44, 2. Sock, Bossy. 6. Over on Hue corner. We See 'em, girls. 3. Pepsi-Cola! Pepsi-Cola! 7. The price for being a song bird. Four nufs on a - 4. Sfraighfen up and fly righf, 8. S+ruHin'. Our gang. ei 1 if '5,' , -X 3 ,if 3 I, ,ru 1 U' H, ,Wi kv .J ' MMU A , xi' '1 n I I . - 1 ' r 'fi-W 'b:'er' Y , Q , R-FM a... U ' wg S mx if E I fy xt F Q 1171! E 1 lv ,f A fl S Q -an N,-fx 3 ,vm -QW! sl t . 'Q K , x ' YE if Mi N5 5 ,3, 4 xx ,E ,ig W' 'W Q' .Q A M 56 Q idbb 3 gwwzm Zi. at 1 Qansigw N, my A' Q' i Wa , X- 1. Sk wg' Q 955 x its f Q 3 1 . f 5 ,. , 1 Qiigfg 4 QSM .. ,, I? E fi' if Fi ,S g m W 3, , l s f 1 W -Q frgpl Y X Ek sy g'?43v X 2 V' . fl 25.11.35 I. Free for all. 2PGolly! If works. 3. Hungry, boys? 4.Cl'1ris'rmas caroling, a la Mccluen. APSHUIS f af 1- X Frozen sfiff. 9. Before 'Phe big guage.. ' - Be+a forfure, '44, IO. Tha+'s our seniimepkgz, ' Auni' Winny. II. Puf me down, Day. " - 1 , f Duane. ' jg Q X IJ Rough riding. Roof, hawg. or die. Geomefry hard, Myra? B. J. and Phyl. .4,' PSHUTS' Lena gels her man. 9. Don'+ huri him, boys Oh! How I love chapel! IO. Ain'f H funny? More picnic. IH Hen parfy. ls ya biology dull, George? V ,', ,J , 7 i --mf Jf' fgdbxii fig! Rig, ,qi if 5 ww fi Q! ::g.:..55EMEI :E.,EZ 'I ' I 4 1 K +f"2.f'-TW gp l' pf .ww I Em if ,, s 5hj:Q35Q2g ., ffi?g?,:?? Mg qw Eg vigirzv 2: Q: er is A 12555: :- S -. at as-:A .-:'::.::2.- N' Q k . LAS ,535 i . :Q 4 -if Q A M 3215 mf SUPERINTENDENTS an SUPERINTENDENTS J. V. Rimer W. B. Hamillon A. A. Slrocl: S. W. Genlry D, S. Tanner P. D. Neilson J, H. Jarvis C, R Wallace C. R. Black CLASS OF I904 Elma Abel Lana Cale Berlha Denlon Theodore Diegle Mossie Henninger Mack Julian John Shaw CLASS OF I905 Grace Dufhrie Carlisle Evans Leila Givan Harry Harsh Vera Harsh Mary Sevier Gerlrude Slaples CLASS OF l906 Mable Brown Huberl Dealherage Leah Munlord CLASS OF I907 Claudia Alexander Hawlhorne Evans May Margrave Hallie Polls Jessie Shields Rena Slringham CLASS OF l908 Myrlle Cooper Elmer Dealheraqe Frances Harsh Margarel Henninger Maude Treadwell CLASS OF i909 Herberl Conklinq Beulah Frances Daisy Slevens Fannie Wallace CLASS OF I9l0 W. T. Evans Pearl Hannah Fannie Monlgomeiry Nannie Pallon Franklin Van Keuren CLASS OF I9II Alice Bowers Alice Heninger Lula Karr Lulher Long Irene Pelree Eula Renlro Gerlrude Sander Marie Wallace CLASS OF l9I2 Florence Brown Lillie Dugger Fae Forresler Elhel Goddard Blanche Goldslon Anna Lynn Horner Mary McDonald Will Newlon James Reynolds Ernesl Taylor CLASS OF l9I3 Fred Burke Will Ellis Hellie Henninger Cora Hornsby Nannie Johnslon Dixie Marqrave 51 lllllllll Nell McCluen Tressie Newlon Gladys Paulson Bonnie Roberls Rulh Sparks Grace Wesler CLASS OF I9I4 Oma Chilwood Fidelia Duncan Pauline Hill Cecile Wallinqer CLASS OF l9I5 Abbie McDonald Ida Fallon Marian Pr-all CLASS OF l9l6 Leona Baker Jessie Buchanan Chrisline Crinlcley Calherine Eclinqlon Lelia Edinglon Ruby Goldslon Grace Miller Grace McKinney Winslon Newlon Joseph Rockwell Roscoe Scarbro CLASS OF l9I7 Helen Emery Earle Ferguson Hazel Ferguson Charles Gray Helen Horlon Mary E, James Elhel Jackson Grace Johnslon Doris Keach Audrey Redman Lucille Treadwell Genevieve Wall CLASS OF I9I8 Jesse Adkisson Elberl Carson llll U I Grace D'Armond Verna Ellis Ellen French Addie Goddard Georgia Lakin Josephine Morris Ruih Parham Caiherine Rockwell Carl Sparks Leah Slone Grace Thompson Leila Vaughn Herberl Whifile CLASS OF l9I9 Mabel Baker Dixon Browder Josephine Edingion Mildred Forresier Alberia Garreil' Georgia Geasland Jane Henley Maurine Margrave Pauline Moore Ernes'r Nugem' Edgar Owen Dorofhy Shaw CLASS OF I920 Rufh Abbey Thelma Adair Earle Buchanan Theo Carney Marie Davidson Johnnie Davis Bishop Foreman Paul Goddard Lolila Hannah Mollie Holloway Eva Hoyi' Anne King Ruih Lafimer Francis McMillan Mary McKinney Elizabelh Parham Jean Roberis Sfanley Sfaples Arihur B. Siowers Alice Renfro CLASS OF I'92l Evelyn Brooks Zama Carson Lucille Crowder Ella Davis Ann Geasliand Inez McCormack John D. McGuffin Virginia Morris Eihel Sione Hugh Vaughn Gerirude Wallin CLASS OF I922 Flonnie Baker Goldie Crabfree William Crowder Violel' Dearing Grace Geasland Nick Harmon Sallie Henley William Hill, Jr. Fannie Hope Ruih Johnson Briggs Keach Grace Marney Hairlie Minion Ernesf Niles Elma Qualls Bob Sf. John CLASS 'OF I923 Siella Adkisson Pearl Brooks Margare+ Clark Maliie Collins Alberl' Cook Paul Crinkley Elizabefh Farnham Tom Gover Lillian Hannah McNuH Li++le+on lona Newporl' Edna Poifs Lois Reynolds Clinion Rogers Eva Vaughn Savannah Wafers Leonard Wild CLASS OF I924 Grady Adkisson Margaref Cassell 52 Marie Crawford Mary Irene Cummins Cecil Davis Hilda Farnham Dorofhy Johnsfon Myrile Kenyon Enrique Miles Howard Mafheny Mabel Newman Laura Turner Sallie Vaughn Bonnie Wakefield Pearl Weaver Ru+h Weaver CLASS OF i925 Lawrence Ballew Goldie Crabfree Vena Dearing Vera Dearing Elizabeih Edingfon Clifford Evans E. F. Gaudin John Geasland Edifh Goldsfon Layion Goldsion Lillian Gover Elizabeih Harrison Eloise Keebler Virginia Lifflefon Richard Miller Mildred Minion Edna Smith Ora Spencer Bessie S+one Thelma Sforie William Waiers Harry Wesfer Winifred Willoughby CLASS OF I926 Joseph Aikins Dorofhy Brinkeroff Ralph Cherry Franklin Dickey Kaiherine Fosier Leroy Fosfer Wesfer Gusiwick Gusto Henry Sfella Hope Edna Jenkins Earl,Keller Mary Emma Maiheny Nell Monroe Fred Neerqaard Mary Pariain Beairice Rockwell Edwin Smiih CLASS OF I927 Roberl' Adkisson Charles Baker Shanley Brinkeroff Imogene Carr Virble Clinion Evelyn Crinkley Mary Hope Henley Edgar Hope Ella B. lrwin James E. Jarvis James N, Kelly Jessie Lee Fae Marney Cecil McCoy Ella Shipwash Wesley Simmons Marie Sparks Mary Frances Wesf CLASS OF i928 Mabel Abbey Elizabefh Bogari' Bernard Borah Joe Campbell Beulah Carpenfer Kenneih Cook Howard Davis Margarei' Durell W, T. Evans Theodore Farnham Roxana Foreman Fred Goodrich Reid Gover. Jr. Vera Hill Charles Hughes Howard Jarvis Cecil Johnsfon Ralph Johnson Violer Keller Leon Miller Dorofhy Peiers Marvin Wesfer Boyd Whifson CLASS OF I929 Loemma Adkisson Theodore Chifwood Alberi' Sf. Clair Ralph Collins Cleo Denny Jerome Engerl' Carrie Lou Fosier Joe Goddard Helen Hudson Kendall Johnson Omil Johnsfon Alma Long W. Ernesf Roberis B, W, Ruffner Laird Sparks Oba Smiih CLASS OF i930 Garland Alley Gerfrude Bussell Mabel Crass Ruby Davis Zella Davis Eleanor D'Armond Wilma Dorsey Mary Jane Evans Madge Farnham Arihur Fosier Wayne Freels Isabelle Goodwin Helen Harris Nancy Pearl Hill Alma Lee Efhel Turpin CLASS OF I93I Herman Abbey Guy Boshears Roberi' Cherry Zirkle Cooper Carl Cassada Sfanley Dalfon Rose Marie Dunn Maxwell Johnson Marianne May Paul Pridemore Florence Rogers Wilberr Rowe Emogene Sadler Juaniha Shawl 53 Howard Smifh Raymond Swell' Ralph Wesi Wilbur Rayburn CLASS OF i932 Bill Allen Nelrose Beckhen Fred Bolden Julius Borah Wynema Boshears Waller Clinfon Helen Cook Doroihy Davenporl Dave Evans L. P. Geasland, Jr. Edwin Giles Lewis Goddard Paul Goddard Anna Rose Harringron Bill Hill Neal Johnson Luella Lakin MaHie Lee Marie lrwin Laura Helen Marsh Margarel John McGinley Beairice Moody Gerald Moore Hershel Moody Florence Fallon William Rowe Anderson Sanders Cleo Swafford Margarel' Taylor Helen Turner Willie Faye Weaver Thelma Whiffaker Harold Williams Imogene Williams Norma Jean Wyrick Bennie Yeary CLASS OF l933 Mary Frances Adkisson Jack Allen James H. Baker Woodrow Bailey Belly Bowman Hazel Cooke Mack R. Cooper Robbie Lee Crablree Dolly Davis Helen Davis John T. Davis Lois Jane Duffy Josephine Dunn Carlisle Evans, Jr. Thomas M. Evans John L, Farnham Pauline Fril"ls Jannie Gamble Mary Goddard James Hudson Ben Jenkins Neva Johnson Woodrow W. Kelley Elizabelh Mann Carlyle Marney Gene Maylon John McGlolhin lnice Milligan Louise Neergaard Gerlrude Pallon Arlhur J. Rivers, Jr, Margarel Louise Sand Jack Shelley Roy P. Sissom Vivian Smith Elhel Wallace Willard Whilfaker Rachel Williams CLASS OF I934 Charles Cl. Adkisson Rhea R, Browder Spencer Carr Woodrow Gardner Alma Jenkins Beulah Johnson Slanley Kelly John Krise Clara Mann J. C. Mee Bill McCluen Dorolhy McCoy Howard McKinney Alvin Morgan Lorene Parker Mary Pallon Monlez Pallon Harry Phillips SFS Gram' Roberls James W. Scandlyn Helen Shelly Dorolhy Sissom Maude Smilh Vera Slrunk Elzie Wallace Louise Whalen Bob Willoughby 'CLASS OF i935 Bonnie Adkisson Luella Bardill Joe Borah Alline Brooks Bill Bullins Woodrow Cooke Carl Dallon Francis Delaney Mildred Dorsey Franklin Fowler Ernesl' Hackney Reba Hall Bennie Hamillon Kalherine lrwin Carlice Jones Selma Jones Maxine Johnslon William H. Krewson Helen Marlin Mildred Rulh Mee Helen Milburn Mildred Moore Marilyn Nealhery Bessie Mae Parker Mildred Pridemore Marrha Runyan Lucile Singlelon Erma Turpin Vanna Turpin Ruby Wallace Helen Wallers Edna Wyrick CLASS OF i936 Lorena Bardill Frances Campbell ' Bill Cooper Harold Coslner Nerine Dillard Alice Evans 54 Golly Evans Ella June Evans Louise Gardner Marlha Gooch Thomas Harmon Beverly Harringlon Carlyle Henley Leonard Henry Mary Lee Hudson Bruce Johnson Rulh Johnson Ernesline Johnslon Charles McGuffin Grace Morgan Eddy Parrish Roberl' Poole Mildred Roberls Eugene Scandlyn Evelyn Scandlyn J. P. Scarbrough Efhel Shipwash Waller Silvey Cordia Smilh Doone Sparks Theodore Sylvia Charles Wallace June Wallace Eugene Whalen Carl Whi'Haker Rufh Williams Roberi' Yeary CLASS OF I937 George Adkisson Freeman Allen Leslie Bailey Leslie Baumgarlner Charles Berry Bob Borah Gray Crabfree Mabel Daylon Mariorie Day+on Hazel Delany M. C. Ellis, Jr. Jeanne Evans Margarer Evans Elizabelh Gregory Levis Hampfon Ruby Jane Henley Roberl' Hill Hal Jones Pershing Jones Harry LaFon, Jr. Evelyn Marney Pauline McGuifin Bill Milburn Frances Pauline Moore Fred Moore Ray Moore Willie V. Riddle Marqarel Shannon Douglas Smilh Louise Swann Bill Richardson Neil Thompson Charles Wallers Crawford Weaver CLASS OF I938 Calherine Baker Zozelle Baker Ed Bailey Edna Bailey James Ballard Margie Bowman Alma Brewer J. B, Bullins Lucile Bunch Joe Dallon Rulh Duncan Dol Evans Harley Fillmore Louise Freels Joe Goddard Belle Rose Harding Willis Henley Edna'Jean Krow George Loclcelf Nellie Marlin Woodrow Mee Anifa McWhorler Bill Parlcer Gladys Palfon Billy Poole Ruby Lee Pridemore Rulh Richardson Delores Sadler S. A. Self, Jr. Jeanne Shannon Madge Shelley Elgene Silvey Wallace Smifh Lloyd Snow Mildred Slorie Maxie Lee Srrunlc Violel Sylvia Franlc Wallcer James Whalen Evideane Woods Bill Wrighl CLASS OF I939 Charles W. Adlcisson James J. Allen Jimmy Adlcisson W. A. Balmer, Jr. Elva Bardill Rubin Borah Audrey Buchanan Hazel Bullard Anloinelle Campbell Jean Campbell Anna Jean Davis lris Dillard Frances Dunn June Elmore Mary Sue Evans Bob Farnham Peggy Anne Kelly Carl Mayion John Mayfon Roberla Mifchell Alois Pallco Joe Poole Warren Pierce Rheba Rice J. C. Scarbrouqh Edward Sissom Doris Smifh Ferne Sparks Margarel Slrunlc Virginia Slrunlc Elizabelh Swindell Alvin Thompson Tina Lou Tilley Hazel Tindall CLASS OF i940 Hugh Bardill Mary Lou Beck Jean Bowman Mary Carr Nadine Coward Clyde Dallon S5 J. P. Durham Lucille Ellis Margarel Gallaher Richard Gallaher Charles Goddard June Harding Freddie Helfenberger Eugene Henry Warren Johnson Marion Johnson Paulus Lee Helen Long Spurgeon McCarl'r Neil McCoy Millon Marney Bob Mallox Charles Moore Mike Pallco Eloise Parrish Eilene Pierce Gene Pierce Margarel Poole Don Prophaler Jack Roliing J. Lewis Sadler Warren Scandlyn Bob Scarbrough Bill Silvey Virginia Sissom Helen Smilh Thelma Snow Grace Thompson Gladys Walker Carol Walson Nell Whalen Gilberla Whilloclc Jaclc Whiilalcer CLASS OF I94I Bill Adlcisson Mary Frances Branam Waller Branam Geraldine Bullard Marion Campbell Sue Cale Carvin Calron Violel' Chrislmas Joe Ward Cooper Melvin Davis Ruih Durham B. H, Easier, Jr. Warren Easier Harold Everharl' Ralph Flanagin Margarei Freels Margarel French Siacia Gardner Helen Goldman ROY M. Grice. Jr. Anne G rillills Jerome Grillills Fale Harmon Henriella Harris Tom Reid Ingram Ellen Johnson Josephine Lindsay Jessie Rose Marlin Mildred Marlin Hobarl Maylon Wilda McGullin Hugh B. Pallon Nannie Mae Pridemore Eddine Rivers Margarel Eleanor Roberls Virginia Robinson Jeannelle Rulherlord John C. Scarbrough Belly Sue Shawl Audrey Sissom CLASS OF i942 J. W. Aydelolle Velmadean Baker Arlhur Brewer Ann Buchanan Lawrence Cale Mildred Davidson J. C. Dunn Marie Fink Bill Gallaher Jeanne Giles Margie Harding Elma Harmon Mary Frances Harmon Roy Harmon Rebecca Harrison Blanche Huddleslon Faye Hudson Margarel Louise Hudson Elizabelh Jackson Nora Jernagin Margarel Kyle G. L. Long Marlha Marlin Junior Marlin Edward Melvin Mildred Norris Clarence Parrish Earl Parrish Colleen Rivers J. P. Ross Ina Sandidge Harold Scarbrouqh Clemenline Sell June Smalley Grace Smilh Dorolhy Swanson Geneva Tedder Mildred Tilley Deola Trenl Jean Trenl Charles Walker Nancy Wallace Pally Ann Walkins Marqarel Whillaker Virginia Whillaker Ralph Young CLASS OF I943 Mildred Adkisson Naomi Bolden Marie Burgess Belly Buller Frances Buller June Carson Clyde Coward Huslon Crowe Mary Belle Edwards Mary Farmer Jean Fulks Irene Hacker Mary Hellenberqer Roberla Hudson Paul Hughes Sarah Jones Carol Lillon Mildred McGullin Lillie Mae Miller Roy Frank Normenl Alla Robinson Marlha Jean Robinson Paul Sadler John Shannon Roy Shellon Dora Silva Ona Smilh Ann Slowers Jeanne Slrunk Belly Sucldalh Gerlrude Suddalh Belly Turpin Evelyn Walls Evelyn Walson Helen Webb Rulh Young CLASS OF I944 June Adkisson Imogene Ballard Mary Helen Bardill Wanda Borum Claude Bullram Joyce Coler Jean Daniels Barbara D'Armond Mary Sue Davidson Kalhleen Dryman Jean Elmore Ernesl Fosler Oliver French Jim Giles 56 Harley Harmon David Henley Celesline Hill Bonnie Huddleslon Paul Hudson R. W. Jenkins Ruby Johnson Anna Lee Tressie Lindsay Claylon Malhis Margarel K, Massey Calvin McCarll Ella Melvin Marquerile Miller Wanda Nicely Josephine Rulherlord Jackie Scarbro Belly Jean Scarbrouqh Belly Rae Shipwash Alberl Sissom Glenna Smilh Fred Tapp George Whillaker Belly Rose Wriqhl CLASS 'OF l945 Rulh Arnold Belly Bowman T. F. Bowman Pauline Burns Bennie Buller Edna Rulh Buller Dol Campbell Lovelle Chrislmas Dorolhy Curlis Bob Davis Lena Rose Dryman Edilh Easler Tommie Graves Myna Harding Eula Hellenberqer Wilma Jean Hemphill Clara Humphreys Dorolhy Johnslon Jane Jones Willard Killrell Alyce Ladd William Ladd Mildred Morgan Mary Rose Palko June Pelers Frances Scandlyn Margarel Scoll Mary Helen Suddalh Mary Rulh Wallace June Websler Margarel Williams Carlene Wyrick Marian Yeary Mary Frances Young lllllM l Plllllll LIST Ernesl' Fosler Jean Elmore Kalhleen Dryman Marqare+ James Calvin Moody McCarH' Oliver French, Jr. L. P. Geaslancl Imogene Geasland Louise Sanders McClurlran Tom Cool: George Whillalcer Claylon Malhis Bill Brewer Mr. and Mrs. Ed Browder George Adlcisson, Jr. Alma Brewer Smifh Oba Smifh Primm Vivian Smilh Yeary Helen June Roberls Helen Carson Mary Lee Brashears Ella June Evans Mildred Norris Nancy Wallace Kalherine lrwin Mary Helienberger Blanche Huddleslon Bonnie Huddlesion Joyce Coier J. A. Gardner Aubrey Angel Jesse Adlcisson Freddie Helfenberqer Mildred McGuffin Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams Mr. and Mrs. Bill Allen J. H. Jarvis Tina Lou Tilley Haun Mrs. Roberfs Mary Lou Becl: Herschel Scandlyn Peggy Kelly Jeanne Shannon Quarles John Davis Lucile Bunch Overall Jean Sirunlc Marqarel' Slrunlc Louise Gardner Coward Lieulenani and Mrs. R. L. Yeargan, Jr Slacia Gardner Slevens L Maior John Tyler Davis Gusla Henry Hamillon Edna Jenkins Gossage Charles F. Wallace, Jr. Elhel Wallace Lowe Lieulenanl' and Mrs. Joe L. Poole Jean Fullcs Pic. and Mrs. Bill Poole Sergeanr Martha Gooch Technical Sergeanl Jim Adlcisson Sergeanl Pefe Slegall Cecil Johnsfon Maxine Johnslon Margie Bowman Milburn Helen Milburn Edwards Lois Duffy Fennell Pauline Hill Massey Fannie Wallace Dunne COMPUMENTS COMPLMENTS FELTON SANDERS OF Insurance and Real Es1'a'l'e Since I893 Phone I48 ' THE ACME DRUG CGMPANY R. L. YEARGAN R. L. YEARGAN, JR. czzllllzv Phone 50 HARRIMAN, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF FRUIT STAND C- L- Corner of Sewanee and Carfer . FRESH FRUITS AND GULF' REFINING COMPANY VEGETABLES COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF DR' W' G' CUMMINS THE HARRIMAN ELECTRIC . COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF CUMBERLAND CHEVROLET COMPANY 011120 KING DOBBS 81 COMPANY COmP'i"f'e'1+S of Fleelrwood MAXWELL'S FUNERAL PARLOR FARNHAM'S HARDWARE ' COmP'imef'+S Of Opposife Pos? Office COMPLIMENTS OF E. STONES DEPARTMENT STORE HARRIMAN, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS COMPUMENTS OF OF HART'S AUTOMOBILE PARTS Phone 565 PRINCESS AND WEBBO 307 Roiane Sfreef Harriman, Tenn. S+ Aflw T CI I d T D H e F+Py Al chn gr 0 FI ers Tlwaf Are Socially Correct Long Lasi g Complimerws of Worih Hwe Price JOHNS-I-ONIS FLORIST THE HARRIMAN HOTEL 3l5 Clinfon Sireef Phone 645-J HARRIMAN' TENNESSEE TH ARTE T EewBand UsedEurjfu?RE Household Furnishings 5lI Roane Sfreei' Phone IOI 4i4 T 'f Si T Pin 222 COMPLIMENTS OF NORRIS CREAMERY COMPLIMENTS OF EIVE TU EIVE STORES COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF TENNESSEE HARDWARE E Q.E0RQ,lA'5 BEAUTY , A SHOPPE COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF WHITE STORE THE PALACE BARBER SUPER MARKET SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF V THE CUMBERLAND GAP WOGLEN MILLS HOME APPLIANCE Sales and Service 43I Queen Sfreef Ph 485 M CompIirnen'rs of POOLE'S GROCERY SOUTH HARRIMAN Complimenfs of DR. R. W. MULLER CompIimenIs of SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY Congra'IuIa'I'ions and Besi' Wishes fo 'I'he COMPUMENTS Class of I945 OF T. L. CATE CO. HARRIMAN LAUNDRY Home of Good Merchandise O Phone IO Harriman, Tenn. COMPLIMENTS DRUG STORE OF H. C. BOTKIN Propriefor "Harriman's Pioneer Drug SI'ore" JOHNSON MOTOR COMPANY Complimenlrs of THE COURTESY CAFE OAKDALE HIGHWAY CompIimen+s of HARRIMAN BOWLING CENTER KELLEY'S GROCERY Dry Goods, No+ions, Fresh Meafs Phone 253 Complimenfs of L. C. TURPIN Farms, Houses, and Lois I Sell The Earfh Ph 475 Har ' T Business Training Cosfs So LiH'Ie . . . Business Training Means So Much . . . NATIONAL I BUSINESS COLLEGE "The Progressive School" Gay and Union, Knoxville, Tenn. WHERE YOU THEN YOU LEARN MORE EARN MORE Complimenfs of WILLIAMS ESSO STATION Corner' of Trenfon and Morgan CompIimenIs of IDEAL CLEANERS Complimenis of HUDSON AND PETERS ICE CO. Complimenfs of JANE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Complimenis of THE SWEET SHOPPE Complimenfs of THE ROOSEVELT CAFE EDGAR W. ARNOLD Insurance 525 Trenion Sfreei Phone 46I Complimenfs of THE HARRIMAN OIL COMPANY Complimenis of CLAIBORNEIS MEAT MARKET COMPLIMENTS OF J. D. CHRISTMAS COMPLIMENTS OF N. HARDING COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS McCARROLLS GROCERY OE Phone 384-M STowERs LUMBER HEEEMN TENNESSEE COMPANY M g NEEB A + + SOL COMPLIMENTS A. W. WALTERS MERRELLS CLASS RINGS AND PINS TROPHIES, MEDALS, AND AWARDS INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONAL CARDS CAPS AND GOWNS 2I I E. Chilhowie Ave. Johnson Ci'ry, Tenn. Complimen+S of CompIimen+s of BOB IRWIN'S CLEANERS HOWARD'S CAFE "Kee Warm" Complimenfs of P ALABAMA NOVELTY HOUSE DALE PETER'S COAL CO Phone 549 iii' COIVIPLIIVIENTS OF HARRIMAN HOSIERY M I I.. L 353 COMPUMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF PICKEUS FURNITURE S-I-ORE DAVIS DINER COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS CROQUIGNOLE OF BEAUTY SHOPPE AMERICAN LIMESTONE Phone 527 f+S Bldg. HARRIMAN COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF MCKINNEY HARDWARE . DR. J. B. ADCOCK COMPANY COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF HARRIMAN BILLIARD PARLOR HENLEY'S GROCERY . CROWDER MONROE ELLIS Complimenfs of Complimenfs of SARAH KING Millinery and Cosfume Jewelry Complimenfs of Complimenfs of DR, GRAVES BROS. SERVICE STATION CompIimen+s of PIUI'T1bII'1Q and I-Ieafing Phone I78 F G od Eais 505 Morgan SI' I' BOB'S FLOWER PLACE Flowers, Planis, Shrubs E y G p Road Ph SIM CALVIN McCARTT AND BUNKY FRENCH MEAD-O-MITES BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OE I945 H. C-3. FURNITURE COMPANY ANTIQUES-PIANOS All Kinds of Furni+ure COMPLIMENTS OF ROBERTS CLEANERS COMPLIMENTS COMPUMENT5 THoRNToN's SERVICE THE "'ARR'MAN CAFE sw-mom ' . COMPLIMENTS OF THE COCA-COLA CQMPUMENTS BOTTLING WORKS OF BOWMAN'S DINNER CLUB ' ROCKWOOD, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF HARRIMAN MANUFACTURING CO. WE MAKE CLOTHES FOR THOSE WHO CARE EVANS AND SONS MERCHANT TAILORS Ladies' and Men's CARLISLE W. EVANS HARRIMAN TENN BLAIR FURNITURE co. COmp,ime,,+S of Home Furnishings phon 700 CAMPBELL'S GROCERY SI8 Walden SI I H Kingsfon Pike Highway 70 Complimenis of Complimenfs of THE DRESS SHOP R. L. GOOCH IMOGENE'S BEAUTY Complimen-I-S of SHOPPE J. c. OUINN 429 I2 R Sfreef Ph 523 Complimenis of CompIimen+s of THE SERVICE GARAGE THE PATTON HOTEL ADVANCING INTO THE FUTURE COIVIPLIIVIENTS Boos+ing, Building OF Benefifing CUDAHY BROTHERS Publishers of fhe PACKING CO. HARRIMAN RECORD HOME CAFE GOOD FOOD POPULAR PRICES O JOE ADKISSON, Prop. COMPLIMENTS OF BOWERS BROS. FURNITURE STORE CompIImer1+s of HICKMAN'S SERVICE STATION . CompIimenIs of BRANAM SERVICE STATION BEN WHITLOCK Plumbing and Heaiing Phone I2 Complimenfs of CURTIS CANDY STORE I2I Carfer Sfreef Compnmenfs of CompIimenIs of JAMES HoLDEN's JEWELRY GGLDEII, 5IfAffAFiROCERY Complimenfs of KYKER FUNERAL HOME CompIImenIs of HARRIMAN GRAIN COMMISSION COMPANY X "Acme Flour" GULF PRODUCTS COMPLIMENTS BILL elBsoN's OF SERVICE STATION FIRST NATIONAL WasI1In and Greasin Tifeg and Tubes g souTH HARRIMAN IN HARRIMAN Compllmenfs OT Goocl Things +o Eal' THE MILL CAFE ROANE STREET GALLOWAY GROCERY COmpllI'1'1GI'1lS of Compliment of WESTERN AUTO SHIELDS MOTOR CO. COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF 5CANDl-YN'5 OARROI.I.'s INSURANCE GROCERY COMPANY COMPUMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF DRAPER AND DARWIN OF STORE TI-IE MEAD CORPORATION WRlGHT'S GROCERY Fresh Meafs ancl Vegelables COmplimenTs of W. M. FREELS GROCERY High ay bl Walnuf Hill Phone 725 Compnmemts of ComplimenTs of R. K. HILL MILLER'S OROOERY STORE EENEENE ENENENNEE COMPLIMENTS COMFLIMENTS OF OF H. E. WEBSTER GROCERY THE ROBINSON-EVANS MILLING co. PM WW HARRIMAN, TENNESSEE CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY COMPLIMENTS Cosfs Less A+ OF MCKINNEYS BARGAIN MODEL DRY CLEANING STORE COMPANY CQMPLIMENTS COMPUMENT5 OF OF B- AND G- GROCERY 6UNTER'S GROCERY C O M P LI M E N TS OF CLIFTY CASH STORE COMPLIMENTS' ' OF SMITH BROTHERS FURNITURE CO. S HAMlLToN'S E Ladies'-CI1iIdren's 8: ADKISSON STUDIO "'fa"IS' Wea' ' LATEST STYLES "Since I890" COMPLIMENTS ROBERTS QF FURNITURE CO. WRIGHTS CAFE "wan+s Io see you" THIS BOOK DESIGNED AND PRINTED BY BENSON PRINTING COMPANYb


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