Harriman High School - Arrow Yearbook (Harriman, TN)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1950 volume:
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Mr. Wray Smith
Mrs. Curtis Taylor
As the doors of our Alma Mater close behind us and
we make our way out into the world to seek further knowledge,
we call to memory those, who by their lov'e and guidance have
directed our wavering footsteps during our high school years.
To Mrs. Taylor, for the love and friendship she has
shown us when we were in need of understanding, we wish to
say "thank you."
To Mr. Smith, who through his patience and understand-
ing, has shown us our need for physical, mental, and spiritual
development, we wish to say "thank you."
To them, we feel a deep sense of gratitude and thank-
fulness. ln appreciation, we dedicate the l95O Arrow.
0N THE QUAIITERIIECK
ADMIRAL C. R. BLACK
CAPTAIN G. M. BALLARD
Through the years which a boy or girl spend in school, the teachers
and other leaders are taken for granted because few students realize the im-
portance of our faculty to us. They fail to realize what they do in the devel- -
oping of not only our minds but our socialibility and character as well.
THE CABIN Mrs. W. E. Smith, Yeoman
Mrs. H. C. Bunch Mr. John B. Dodge Miss Joyce Duffield Miss Nell Edwards
English Band English Spanish, Beta Sponsor
Senior Sponsor Freshman Sponsor Science, Sophomore Spon-
Drill Team Sponsor sor, Hi-Lite Sponsor.
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Mr. Cay Haun Mrs. C. D. Jones Miss Lucy Pierce Mrs. Don Prophater
Social Science English Librarian Science
Freshman Sponsor Hi-Lite Junior Sponsor
Miss Ella Hall
Mr. Wray Smith
Asst. Football Coach
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Mrs. Curtis Taylor Mr. Tolberl' Thompson Miss Ethel Womac
Commercial Mathematics Home Economics
Sophomore Sponsor Junior Sponsor
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HJP3. CLASS op
Our Ship Finally Came In
NOW WE ARE READY TO EMBARK ON OUR VOYAGE TO SUCCESS
President , ..
Treasurer i ....r,.A ,, ., ,,
Colors: Maroon 81 White
Flower: Red Rose
Motto: "They can conquer who believe
o Tommy Henry
Esther Sca rbrough
Norma Jean Yeary
S E A M E
Albert Julian Ahler
Beta Minor Charter Member ll, Beta Club Ill, IV,
Advertising Manager of Hi-Lite IV, 4-H Club l,
Band I, ll, ln, lv.
Assistant Class Treasurer ll, Testator of The Arrow,
Senior Glee Club, Senior Play.
Betty Jean Black
Drill Team I, FHA I, Basketball I, ll, Miss Sopho-
more ll, 4-H Club I, II, Senior Glee Club.
Band I, Drill Team ll, Basketball I, ll, FHA Par-
liamentarian IV, Senior Glee Club, Senior Play,
FHA IV, Senior Glee Club.
Majoretle ll, lll, IV, FHA I, IV, FHA Reporter IV,
Basketball ll, lll, Typist for Hi-Lite IV, Senior Glee
Club, Senior Play.
Football l, ll, IV, Senior Glee Club.
4-H Club I, Public Speaking Ill, Senior Glee Club
Drill Team ll, FHA l, IV, FHA Historian, Senior
4-H Club I, Literary Editor of Hi-Lite IV, Edit
The Arrow: Drama Club IV, Senior Glee C'
ior Play, DAR Good Citizenship AU'
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4-H Club lg Safety Patrol lll, IV.
Football ll, lVg Letterman's Club lll, lVg Class Vice-
Beta Minor Charter Member llg Beta Club'lll, IVQ
Senior Glee Clubg Senior Play.
Transferred from Columbus, Indiana lVg Chess
Club lllg Camera Illg Senior Glee Club.
Mary Alyce Evans
Drill Team ll, lllg FHA l, Wg Historian for FHA lVg
Class Secretary l, llg Hi-Lite Production Manager
IVQ Senior Glee Club.
Beta Minor Charter Member llg Beta Club Ill, lVj
Vice-President llg President IVQ Arrow Staff Busi-
ness Managerg Boys' State Illg Class President IVQ
Band l, ll, Ill, lVg Band Reporter IV.
Billie Ann Gilliland
FHA l, lVg President lg Class Treasurer lllg Typist
for Hi-Lite IVQ Senior Play.
4-H Club l,llg FHA lg Basketball llg Band I, ll, Ill,
lVj Senior Glee Club.
Betty Jo Gillis
Senior Reporter for Hi-Lite lVg Senior Glee Club
Art Editor of The Arrowg Hi-Lite Art Editor lVg Band
ll, lll, IVQ Band Council Vice-President lllg Presi-
dent lVg Senior Glee Club.
Transferred from South Harriman Ilg Drill Team II,
Illg Cheerleader IVQ Basketball II, III, IVQ Physical
Education Reporter for Hi-Lite IV.
4-H Club lg Assistant Photographic Editor of
The Arrow: Senior Glee Club.
Football I, Il, III, IVg Class Treasurer Ig Class Presi-
dent Illg Vice-President IVj Lettermen's Club Il,
III, IVg Vice-President lllj President IVg Arrow
Football lllj Senior Glee Club.
Football Ilg Basketball Il, III, IVg Secretary of Let-
termen's Club Illg Class Vice-President Ilg Hi-Lite
Distributing Manager IVQ Senior Glee Clubg Arrow
Senior Glee Clubg Senior Play.
Charles IBudl Johnson
Transferred from Harrison Chilhowee Illg Letter-
men's Club III, IVg Football III, IVQ Class Reporter
Helen Mae Johnson
Transferred from Harrison Chilhowee IVQ Band I,
Ilg FHA I.
Ralph Johnson Jr.
Football llg Exchange Editor of Hi-Lite IVQ Photo-
graphic Editor of The Arrow: 4-H Club Ig Senior
Veteran ot World War II.
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Football Il, Ill, IV, Basketball I, Il, III, IV, Class
Vice-President I, Lettermen's Club lll, IV, Treasurer
4-H Club l, II, Basketball II, Drill Team III, IV,
Senior Glee Club.
4-H Club I, II, Senior Glee Club.
4-H Club I, II, Vice-President II, Senior Glee Clubj
Beta Minor Charter Member II, Beta Club III, IV,
Treasurer IV, FHA I, Drill Team Il, III, IV, Hi-Lite
Assembly Reporter IV, Senior Glee Club.
J. W. Mee
Senior Glee Club.
Senior Glee Club.
Basketball I, IV, Class Vice-President II, 4-H Club
Sports Reporter for Hi-Lite IV.
Iva Jean Overstreet
FHA IV, Senior Glee Club.
4-H Club II, Secretary Il, Band ll, III, IV, Senior
4-H Club I, II, Safety Patrol III, Senior Glee Club.
Norma Jean Parrish
Elementary Reportertor Hi-Lite IV, Senior Glee
Drill Team I, III, IV, FHA I, Sports and Physical Ed-
ucation Editor of Hi-Lite IV, Senior Glee Club.
Pioneer, Senior Play.
Beta Minor Charter Member ll, Beta Club Ill, IV,
Secretary IV, Feature Writer of Hi-Lite IV, Literary
Editor of The Arrow: Public Speaking IV, Senior
Glee Club, DAR Good Citizenship Award.
Wanda Jean Sadler
FHA I, IV, Drill Team II, III, IV, Typist for Hi-'Lite
Billie Jean Scarbrough
FHA I, IV, Basketball ll, Typist for Hi-Life IV, Band
I, II, III, IV, Majorette IV, Senior Glee Club.
Beta Minor Charter Member II, President II, Beta
Club III, IV, Vice-President IV, Drill Team I, FHA I,
IV, President IV, Basketball I, ll, IV, Class Pres-
ident I, Treasurer II, Secretary III, IV, GirI's
Basketball Reporter tor Hi-Lite IV, Arrow Staff
Sports Editor, Public Speaking II, Winner of Serious
Readings Ill, Band III, Girls' State Ill, Senior Glee
Club, Senior Play.
FHA I, IV, Secretary and Treasurer I, Vice-Presi-
dent IV, Basketball I, Ill, Manager IV, Band I, II,
Ill, IV, Secretary III, High School News Editor for
Hi-Lite IV, Senior Glee Club, Senior Play.
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Zella Mae Summ r
Transferred from Wartburg IV, FHA I, II, III, Bas-
ketball Ill, Senior Glee Club.
Public Speaking I, II, Basketball I, ll, Majorette II,
III, IV, FHA I, IV, Senior Glee Club.
FHA I, Drill Team II, Senior Play.
Drill Team II, Ill, FHA I, IV, Beta Club IV, Editor-
in-Chiet of Hi-Lite IV, Senior Glee Club, Senior
FHA I, Senior Glee Club.
Football II, III, IV, Feature Writer ot Hi-Lite IV,
Sales Manager of Arrow, Senior Glee Club, Decla-
mation Contestant, I, II, III and IV, Winner III, Sen-
Senior Glee Club, Basketball IV.
Robbie Faye Wright
Transferred from Oak Ridge Ill, Class Treasurer I,
Chorus II, Drill Team III, FHA Secretary IV, Proph-
etess for Arrow, Senior Glee Club, Senior Play,
William Lester Wyrick
Beta Minor Charter Member II, Beta Club III, IV,
Beta Minor Sponsor IV, Assistant Editor of Arrow,
Junior Red Cross Representative Ill, Senior Play'
Norma Jean Yeary
Beta Club III, IV, FHA I, IV, Secretary and Treas-
urer I, Class Treasurer IV, Typist for Hi-Lite IV,
Senior Glee Club,
Shelton, Muerth, Bennett, Allen, Dalton, Bowman, Thompson, Prophater
JUNIUB CLASS IIFFICEBS
President , Rudolph Bennett
Vice-President ,. ,T Buddy Allen
Secretary Tom Dalton
Treasurer , , ,T Madge Bowman
Asst. Treasurer , Joan Muerth
Reporter . T ,T , , Larry Shelton
-Sponsor . Mrs. Don Prophater 8. Mr. Tolbert Thompson
Flower: White Rose
Colors: Maroon 81 White ,
Motto: "Knowledge Comes, but Wisdom Lingersf'
First Row: Gwendolyn Jones, Virginia Humphrey, lvonel Brumley, Peggy Brown, Second Row:
Jimmy Chambers, Maxine Kindred, Buddy Allen, Mary Flo Carmack, Tom Dalton, Rudolph
Bennett, Madge Bowman, Catherine Hobbs, Sue Carter, Leon Cross. Third Row: Bobby Mc-
Cullough, Loyce May, Ridley Davis, Charles Corea, Norma Jean Hester, Merrill Botkin, Billy
Delaney, Hobert Barnett, Shirley Jackson, Dean Garrett, lra Lynn Cross, Thomas Castleman,
James Littleton, Joe Gilliland, Geraldine Adk5sson, Don McClure.
First Row: Jane Shannon, Lillian Strickland, Pat Sissom, Olga McKinney, Mildred Todd. Second
Row: Della Murray, Calma Noe, Peggy Testament, Joan Muerth, Leita Phillips, Georgia Wright,
Agnes Peters, Larry Shelton. Third Row: Fred Wallace, Joe Williams, Joe Roberts, Elizabeth
Vann, Edna Williams, Marjorie Me ton, Betty Lou Tedder, Floyd Rumage, George Turpin. Fourth
Row: Buddy Whitaker, Gabe Weaver, Charles Scandlyn, Gene Slagle, Floy Sims, Joanne
Wright, Fred Mullens, Mr. Tolbert Thompson.
Edwards, Edwards, Hart, McGill, Evans, Hinds, Taylor
SOPll0lVl0llE CLASS 0FFlCEllS
President , .. Sam McGill
Vice-President r ..., Lois Edwards
Secretary H . ,... Nancy Hart
Treasurer . r. . , Aileene Evans
Reporter A... r . .... , . . ..,. .. .,,. . , Martha Hinds
Sponsors Miss Nell Edwards 81 Mrs. Curtis Taylor
Flower: White Carnation
Colors: Blue and Gold
Motto: "Forward Ever, Backward Never."
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First Row: John McGhee, J. T, Phillips, Howard Mullins, David Moody, Bill Pryor, Alvin Willis,
Doris Parrish, Joan Yeary, Joyce Oran, Winnie Plemons, Jeannie Wright, Betty Pierce, Harold
Jenkins. Second Row: Miss Edwards, Nancy Jarnagin, Kenneth Taylor, Tommy Jenkins, Fred
Killefter, Bobby .lones, Miriam Morton, Peggy Robinson, Phyllis Smith, Ruth Turpin, Allen Todd,
Alta Rose, Jean Rumage. Third Row: Fyncs Jackson, Don Scandlyn, John Langley, John Ple-
mons, Sam McGill, Wanda Miller, Norma Jean Walden, Bobby Jean Mil'er, Betty Sue Northern,
Joan Monday, Diana Lawson, Sally Mee. Fourth Row: Boyd Jones, Arthur Oody, Carl Woods,
Charles Stiles, Connie Livingston.
First Row: Don Ballew, Agnes Garrison, Billy Branam, Pauline Hamilton, John Ballard, Jack
Hutchison, Emma Jo Honeycutt, Betty Brown, Peggy Guess, Walter Cox, Second Row: Iva Sue
Branam, Joanne Ellis, Eva Mae Evans, Nancy Jane Hart, Mary Ellen Ahler, Anita Ruth Baker,
Geneva Hicks, Marlene Graves, Dorcas Christmas, Tom Forrester. Third Row: Gordon Baker,
Betty Blank, Patricia Britt, Lois Edwards, Wanda Bullens, Doris June Adkisson, Martha Ann
Hinds, Dawn Edwards, John Mack Gallagher. Fourth Row: Bobby Coward, W, A. Crowder, Dor-
othy' Brewer, Myrna Gustison, Sue Hild, Montana Harvey, Betty Lou Hall, Margaret Hunley,
Aileen Evans, Mary Lois Carter, James Hood, John Brown, Not Pictured: Dan Bell, David Hall,
Browder Edwards, Charles Graves.
IIEF PETTY IIFITICEIIS
Hall, Roland, Ingle, Abslon, Murray, Duffield, Haun
FIIESIIDIEN CLASS UFFICEBS
President Franklin Murray
Vice-Presidenf . Chester Abston
Secretary Jimmy Roland
Treasurer ., ,M , ., , . .,.,. l ., ..... ,,. Harold lngle
Sponsors Miss Joyce Duffield, Miss Ella Hall 81 Mr, Cay
Flower: Yellow Rose
Colors: Gold and Green
Motto: "Conduct and Courage Lead to Honor."
First Row: Nina McNew, Warren Langley, Wilma Miller, Cecelia Malenovsky, Earl Ladd, Patsy Hamby, Frances Ann Margrave
Bill Johnson, Ann Miller, Lee King, Imogene James, Beverly McConnell, Gerald Jenkins, Grady Henley, Peggy Hickman, J. W
Hacker, Myrtle Lee, Mary Nell Kelley, Stanley Hendrickson, Franklin Johnson.
Second Row: Thomas Mullins, Betty Sue May, Betty Kindred, Phillip Harris, Janice Muerth, James Kelley, J. B. Johnson
Mae Bell Kelley, Franklin Mee, Harold lngle, Jim Lee, Julia Killeffer, Helen Lane, Millard Mitchell, Sarah May, Loretta Kel
Iey, Don Jenkins, Miss Ella Hall.
First Row: Louise Catron, Cinna Lee Daniels, Louise Beason, Jessie Gamble, Richard Ford, Freeman Crowder, Gerald Gilliland
Second Row: Helen Daniels, Fannie Lee Brown, Lois Collins, Esther Cofer, Freida Allen, Lamont Cruse, Chester Abston.
Third Row: Helen Conley, Margaret Bramblett, June Daniels, Wilds Beason, Marcia Cook, John Gilliland, Marvin Bdlden, John-
ny Collins. .
Fourth Row: Mildred Freels, Eustine Gillis, Margaret Cofer, Reba Lee Borum, Ruth Edmonds, Dick Burns, Roger Bishop.
First Row: Estel Spakes, Costello Whittaker, Dobra Phillips, Jack Wright, Quentin Watson, George Strickland, Anna Pierce
Second Row: Wayne Wallace, Jean Sampson, Edna Jean Sanders, Jo Ellen Payne, Thomas Slagle, Betty Sue Worley, Ruth Sims
Ralph Thompson, Jimmy Rowland. '
Third Row: Bob Wright, Jerry Turbeyville, Cletus Weaver, Betty Sue Styles, Ruby Peters, Billie Ruth Rose, Betty Renfro
Houston Sellers, Mr. Cay Haun.
Fourth Row: Beverly Norris, Johnny Nichols, Bill Nichols, J. C. Sanders. '
Fifth Row: Joyce Shipwash, Patsy Qualls, Rebecca Williams, Glenna Mae Sexton.
Not Pictured: Bob Weaver, Shirley Mullins.
F A C U L T Y
Mr. Clarence Anesl'
Mrs. G. M. Ballard
Mr. Wade Callicut
Mrs. J. P. Carroll
Mr. Ralph Flanagin
Mrs. Ben Hart
Mrs. W. R. Massey
Miss Nancy Snodgrass
First Row: Jimmy Furman, Curtis Jones,
Stanley Jenkins, Douglas Oody, Jack Prob-
hater. Second Row: Willie Jo Turner, Betty
Jo Barnett, Anne D'Armond, Nancy Lou
Coward, Sue King Carson, Shirley Melton,
Dora Sue Hemphill, Mrs. J. P. Carroll. Third
Row: Howard Westmoreland, Lucille Press-
ley, Reba Sexton, Grace Onsby, Barbara Mul-
lins, Virginia Thomas, Mary Lou King.
Fourth Row: Betty Borum, Billy Hue Stiles,
Opal Mae Ray, Arnold Drackenburg, Dan
Wa'lace. Fifth Row: Marvin l-lickman, Grady
Bennett, Jane Baker, Tommy Roe Wilson,
Bill Hart. Sixth Row: Kenneth l-larmon,
Bobby Adkins, R. C. Schubert, Jack l-lyder.
First Row: David Gilliland, Dan Wallace, E.
M. Overstreet Jr., Johnny Stamps, David
Dran, Lee Bullens. Second Row: Cherie Lee
Wright, Cilita Jones, Marbreth Sadler, Betty
Shelton, Gary Jenkins, S. D. Overstreet, Rose
Anne Garrett, Mrs. G. M. Ballard. Third
Row: Virginia Summers, Jeannie Castlernan,
Patsy Herrell, Mary Frances Webb, Doris
Simpson, Gail Francis, Don Evans, Ray Hut-
:hison. Fourth Row: Wanda Mae Melton,
Reba Ann McNew, Margaret Barry, Betty
Ann Poole, Juanita Curtis, Ernest Louktord,
Dat Bailey, Sara Barbara Williams, Samuel
IBO? Roberts, Fifth Row: Jim Gamble, Jack
Abston, Grady Langley, Benny Turner, Cor-
'ine Black, Paul Mills.
first Row: Lynn Brown, Jack Newcomb, Dan
lohnson, David Pryor, Ken McClure, Estal
Spakes, Leslie Forrester. Second Row: Betty
Sampson, Laura Grizzard, Helen Jarnagin,
:rancis King, Judy Ann Crowder, Alice Ann
Suddath, Patsy Gardner. Third Row: Urlma
ean Adkins, Gail McKinney, Lige Roberts,
Bonnie Kate Davis, Mitzi Long, Carolyn Car-
nck, Ira Lee Bingham, Patsy Lee Burns,
Ars. Ben C. Hart. Fourth Row: Thomas Bar-
iette, Jerry l-lood, Bobby Thomas, Jane
imith, Bi'lie Jane Pogue, Eva Grace Stiles,
iitth Row: James Webb, Doyle Williams,
Iinser Robe-rts, Tom Johnson, Charlene
fance, Gene Edwards, Mason Goodman.
G B A D E
riisi rxuw. Jedi! Jirluxlarlu, rxuuert OBIIBQVTET, lUrY1rT'ly Teafy, I"fEI'lKllf'l JENKINS, QUEHTID Uran,
Herschel Rose, Johnny Cofer. Second Row: Margaret Sands, Nora Jane Grider, Gail Sigmon,
Sue Bullens, Linda Strickland, Angelee Langley, Wilma Jean Kelly. Third Row: Mr, Flanagin,
Teddy Hall, Ted Wampler, Rachael Bilbrey, Anna Lou Peters, Velma Lee Miller, Gypsey Mc-
Carroll, Betty Ward, Rebecca Williams, Mr, Anest, Fourth Row: Ray Wright, Jack J'arnagin,
Newell Wright, Daisy Carr, Betty Jo Landerth, Shirley Jean l-loneycutt, Paul Clowers, W. C.
Sheldon, Joan Rayburn, Maxine Breedlove. Fifth Row: Billy Lunsford, Billy Paul Moore, Curtis
l-lenley, Elbert Chitwood, John Cherry, Wanda Barry, Alice Shilling, Juanita Matheson, Mavis
l-larvey, Margaret Delaney. Sixth Row: Betty Jones, Carl Hensley, Gene Latham, Clyde l-lare,
George l-lamilton, Mildred White, Zuave Goodman. Seventh Row: Elsie Mae Clark, Willard
Mitchell, Jack Lawson, Gordon Miller, Tom Davis, Kenneth Plemons, Charles Sands.
First Row: Larry Lang'ey, John Bunyan Adcock, Sam Gibson, David Webb, Jimmy Edwards,
Curtis Trentham, Gary Prim, A. J. Melton. Second Row: Jack Harper, Bill Edd Stout, Billy
Charles Wright, Robert Collins, Doyle Harmon. Third Row: Miss Nancy Snodgrass, Gail Sigrnon,
Lorene Langley, Joan Murray, Alma Faye Sanders, Leslie Sue Pogue, Carol Ann Hall, Elene
Scott, Bobby Jo Honeycutt, Mr. Wade Callicut. Fourth Row: Shir'ey Jean Testament, Ruby Jer'
nigan, Mary Ruth Cullen. Fifth Row: Mary Lou Gillis, Sandra Norris, Dornie Ann Mitchell, Eve-
lyn Chapman, Martha Brooks, Sixth Row: Pauline l-lickman, Dorothy Lee Carter, Lois Kerley,
Vivian Jackson, Pauline Scott, Seventh Row: Mary Helen Johnston, Mary Jo Hatfield, Joan
White, Faye Brooks, Flora Mae Edmonds, Willetta Garrison, Marcia Goddard, Eighth Row:
David Mee, Kay O, Adkisson, Joe Mills, Earl Clark, Vaughn Scarbrough, Toney Webb, William
Keebler, Ninth Row: Francis Andrus, Harold Marshall, John Tate, Bobby Sampson, Bill Christ-
mas, Gordon Kerley, C. E. Jackson, Jimmy Newcomb, Alfred McCarroIl,
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MUSIC AT HARBIIVIAN Ill
Probably no other organization has added more culturally as well as in good publicity for Harriman High School as the
Harriman .layCee Band. They have more than proved themselves both at home im numerous local city events and school affairs.
and away from home in the band clinics and many band festiva's in which they have participated. ln i949 they won a "Su-
perior" rating, the highest possible and as a result of this contest went to Murfreesboro to win still another "Superior" in
the State Band Festival.
Under the responsible guidance of Director John B. Dodge and Manager Max Johnson they have added sparkle with
their colorful half-time performances throughout the football season.
ln January of i950 the Band will play host to the East 'Tennessee Senior Band Clinic in their recently completed home
which is part ot the new High School Auditorium.
First Row: Dorcas Christmas-Librarian, Cornelia
Livingston-Secretary, Fred Hall--President, Ar-
nold Drachenberg-Junior Representative, Second
Row: John Ballard-Treasurer, Charles Stiles-
Senior Representative, Phil Harris-Vice President.
S E N I 0 ll
FIRST RCW3 Lucille Roberts, Carl Curtis,
Gwendolyn Jones, Larry Shelton, Jane
Shannon, L o w e I I Furman--President,
Kathie Hobbs. SECOND ROW: Betty Lou
Tedder, Thomas Castleman, Jacqueline
Turner, Joan Muerth, Norma Jean Yeary,
Helen Mee-Treasurer, Mary Flo Car-
maclc, THIRD ROW: Norma Jean I-Iester,
Miss Edwards- Sponsor, Joanne Wright,
Lester Wyrick, Esther Scarbrough, Julian
Ahler, Bill Delaney,
CENTER: Esther Scarbrough, Sponsor, Al-
vin Willis.-President, Lester Wyriclff-
Sponsor. STANDING: Miriam Morton,
Lois Edwards, Peggy Robinson, Aileene
Evans, John Ballard, Dawn Edwards. Phyl-
lis Smith, Bobby Jones, Mary Lois Carter,
Geneva I-licks, Winnie Plemons, Joyce
Oran, Doris Parrish.
Jackie Turner, Editor-in-chief, First Semester: Eugene John-
son, Exchange Editor, Joanne Wright, Associate Editor, Ann-
ette Pierce, Editor-in-chief, Second Semester, Sports Editor,
Bobby Westmoreland, Feature Writer, Nancy Stevens, School
News Editor, Fred Hall, Art Editor, Charles Burns, Literary
Complete Hi-Lite Staff
C I, U B
First Row: Fred Crowder, Bob Westmore-
land, Tom Dalton, Bud Johnson, Tom
Henry CFresidentJ, Buddy Allen iVice-
Presidentl, Arthur Oody, Second Row:
Gene Sagle, Rudolph Bennett, Carroll
Hudson, Chester Abston, Charles Cullen,
Jim King CTreasurerJ.
The Safety Patrol was organized in Oc-
tober of l93l by C. R. Black. Since then
there have been only two accidents, nei-
ther of which were serious, The Patrol
Boys go on duty in any kind of weather,
rain, sleet, or snow. We Owe these boys
a debt of gratitude because of their con-
stant vigilance tor our protection.
Robbie Wright, Ivonel Brumley, Vir-
ginia Sims, Ann Hargrove.
Willie Jo Turner, Freida Allen, Betty
Borum, Mitzi Long.
Students in Home Economics Ill
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First Row: Gene Slagle, Rudolph Bennett, Dick Burns, W. A. Crowder, Buddy Whittaker, Bill Johnson, Don Mc-
Clure, Fred Crowder.
Second Row: Charles Johnson, Charles Cullen, Jim King, Bob Westmoreland, Tom Dalton, Bob McCullough, Dee
Murray, Charles Graves.
Third Row: Allan Todd, Chester Abston, Jimmy Chambers, Gene Brewer, Buddy Allen, Jack Hyder, Paul Mitts,
Tom Forrester, Kenneth Taylor.
Fourth Row: Sam McGill, Johnny Plemons, Jack Jackson, Tom Henry, J. C. Sanders, Browder Edwards, Wray
JBLUE DEVILS 0N GBIDIBUN
Although our "Blue Devils" weren't in the win column
very often this year, they almost always showed a fighting spirit
and lost some close ones. With a few breaks we could have
Then to our credit, our gridders always showed that they
were good sports, which after all is one of the most impor-
tant factors of the game.
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Langley, Bill Ed Stout, Marvin Bolden.
Second Row: Ken McClure, Don Wallace, Liege Roberts, David Mee, Benny Turner, Curtis Trentham, Bo Roberts,
Third Row: Coach Troy Baker, Franklin Mee, Johnny Collins, Harold lngle, Cletus Weaver, Kenser Roberts, Wayne
Wallace, Franklin Johnson, Jimmie Roland, Millard Mitchel, Jerry Turbeyville, Jackie Abston, Coach Cay Haun.
JUNIIIB IIIGII FO0TBALL
We are justly proud of our Redhounds, who, although
handicapped by inexperience had a very successful season. In
this, their first season of play, they showed rare sportsman-
ship and football ability.
These boys under the guidance of Coaches Cay Haun
and Troy Baker won three while losing only two, one of which
was avenged in a later game. The older members of the squad
will be a welcome addition to next year's varsity team.
WE REDHOUND SCHEDULE ' THEY
6 LENOIR CITY I3
0 OAK RIDGE 41
6 LENOIR CITY 0
25 SOUTH HARRIMAN 0
42 SOUTH HARRIMAN 'I3
First Row: Bill Pryor, Carroll Hudson, Don McClure, Coach Wray Smith, Jim King, Buddy Allen, Carl Woods
Second Row: Lawrence Miller, Arthur Lee Oody, Johnny Plemons, Charles Cullen.
The Blue Devils, under the coaching of Wray Smith in his new role as
head coach, are progressing toward the goal of a top notch team. In their
games they are showing good spirit, hustle, and sportsmanship, Even if they
don't win every game, they're always considered dangerous by their opponents.
SPRING CITY SPRING CITY
SOUTH HARRIMAN SOUTH HARRIMAN
OLIVER SPRINGS ROCKWOOD
LENOIR CITY KINGSTON
DAYTON LENOIR CITY
ROC KWOOD M I DWAY
First Row: Lois Edwards, Jeanie Wright, Patricia Britt, Georgia Wright, Ivonel Brumley, Joanne Ellis, Imogene
Second Row: Coach Wray Smith, Madge Bowman, Dawn Edwards, Esther Scarbrough, Co-Captain, Ann Hargrove
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Not Pictured: Nancy Stevens, Manager.
The Devilettes began with great hopes for future games and players.
With Coach Smith building up the character and encouraging the players to
fight and win, they sprang forward to seek the goal of a winning team.
SPRING CITY SPRING CITY
SOUTH HARRIMAN SOUTH HARRIMAN
OLIVER SPRINGS ROCKWOOD
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The Arrow Staff completed the task of gathering advertisements, assemb-
ling the Arrow together, and selling their masterpiece.
We are grateful for having the privilege and honor of putting together
and distributing the annual.
We hope everyone is well-pleased with the effort that we have made.
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Editor, Lucille Roberts, Literary Editor.
Art Editor, Don Harmon, Asst. Photographic Editor' Eugene Johnson Photo r h'c
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l-listoriang Jack Baker, Tcstatorg Carroll Hudson, Advertising Managerg Lowell Furman, Business
ONE OF THOSE ARROW STAFF MEETINGS
SENIIIR CLASS PBCIPIIECY
Since so many scientists and geniuses
have been coming to Oak Ridge in the last
ten years, it is no wonder that we find our-
selves living on a new planet they discov-
ered. The Harriman graduating class of
I95O were given the honor of living on this
new planet, called "FooI's Paradise."
I was the only one who didn't move to this
newly discovered haven. I had been working
for the Roxy Theater for ten years, and fin-
ally saved enough to take a trip. As so many
of my old school pals were living at "Fool's
Paradise", I decided I would go visit them.
Arriving on the new planet, I went into a
small cafe called Eat and Be Merry. As I
walked in, I saw a few faces that looked fa-
miliar, and sure enough there were some
of my school mates from Harriman. The
chic-looking waitresses were Cleo Brewer,
Jackie Turner, and Kathleen Walker. They
told me that there would be a floor show
at eleven o'clock. The entertainers were
Nancy Stevens, Lucille Tedder, and Mae
Summers, with Jim King as their director.
This sounded interesting, so I decided to
The cigarette girls, Iva Jean Overstreet
and Norma Jean Parrish, told me that I
might remember the manager, so I asked to
see- him. Lo and behold, he was none other
than Carl Curtis, supported by his two husky
bodyguards, Fred Crowder and Charles Cul-
len. Carl told me that Jim Hild and Wayne
Jarnigan were his expert chefs and that
Christine Brooks and Clara Mae Boswell
were the best dishwashers in town.
I knew so many people there, I quit the
Roxy and started working at the Eat and Be
Merry Cafe. I liked it just fine until I found
out who the chief loafers were. Yes, they
were Bill Newcomb and Don Raby, always
trying to get a "drink" from anyone who
would buy them one.
After a few weeks, I decided to move on
so that I could see some more of my friends.
As soon as I had stepped into the terminal,
I saw Anthony Malenovsky shining shoes
and Martin Palko sweeping the floors. They
said there were a few other school mates
around. Ernest Chandler was the ticket
agent and Gene Johnson was working at the
Information desk with J. W. Mee assisting
While waiting there, I saw Lowell Furman.
He was a doctor, and with him were his two
nurses, June Bullens and Annette Pierce.
They were going to an insane asylum, where
Lowell said they were needing help, I de-
cided io go along with them as I had nothing
else to do.
As the rocket flew into the terminal with
a tall, thin man as its conduct-or, I saw that
he was none other than dear old Jack Baker!
He told me that Julian Ahler was the pilot
and Lawrence Miller was co-pilot.
Coming to the asylum, I saw the gate
keeper, Gene Brewer. He told me that his
beloved wife, Norma Jean, and her fifteen
F ' -w 'FQ
little Brewers were inside. He said married
life and the children had driven her crazy.
Lucille Roberts was helping take care of the
children while poor Esther Scarbrough and
Helen Mee lold maid school teachersl were
trying to teach them right from wrong.
As I walked down the corridor, there in
the second cell sat poor bewildered Tommy
Henry, shining his two false teeth. I went
on to another cell where poor Patsy Black
sat crying, "I know I was right. Mr. Haun
said so when I was in high schoolI"
After all this, I needed a rest so l went to
a city called "Musical Atoms," There I
learned that Charles Burns and Carroll Hud-
son were opera singers with Clem Palko's
The next day I visited an art museum.
There were some lovely paintings by Fred
Hall and Dorance Damron. While in this
little city, I stayed in the Wyrick Hotel, of
which Lester Wyrick was the manager. Tom
Martin was the doorman and Ann Hargrove
worked at the information desk. She had a
sign up reading, "Just Ask Me."
One evening I went to the theater where
a comedy was being played. Betty Jo Stout,
Betty Gillis, and Helen Johnson acted as the
Three Stooges with Wanda Sadler and her
two mad hands accompanying them on the
piano. They told me Charles Johnson and
Don Harmon had been pharmacists in a
nearby drugstore until they mixed the wrong
kind of medicine and now they wereri't
I left them and walked down the street.
I saw a huge man who looked familiar. It was
Bob Westmoreland, now a football coach.
He said that he hadn't won any games, but
hoped to do so in the future. Later, I met
Billy Ann Gilliland with her small football
team walking behind her. She was very
proud of them. She told me that Joann Mee
cleaned house for her and helped take care
of the children. Nearby was a billboard ad-
vertising Betty Jean lKeIlyl Black and her
troupe of motorcycle Daredevils.
I heard Charles Wright was a light weight
champion and Lawrence Miller, .of all
people, was his instructor.
One day, I went into a little dress shop
called We Fit Any Figure, owned and op-
erated by Eleanor Gilliland and Mary.Alice
Evans. Their interior decorator was Imogene
Turner. I went to another store where Billie
Jean Scarbrough and Frances Malenovsky
were models. I sure was surprised to see
By this time, I was practically out of
money. I went to see about a job as an
atomic rocket stewardess. I walked into
Fool's Paradise Rocket Lines' head office,
owned by James Kelly. He told me that there
were no vacancies but he'd send a rocket-
gram to the Roxy if there were any openings.
Back to Earth, I guess I'm pretty lucky I
didn't get that position after all. The morn-
ing headlines scream, FOOLS' PARADISE
EXPLODES, NO SURVIVORS.
SENIOB CLASS WILL
We, the Senior Class of 1950, being of
weary minds and happy memories, do here-
by publish this our last will and testament,
in manner and form as follows:
FIRST: To the Juniors we leave the privilege
of using and oiling those "battered and
"squeaking" senior desks.
SECOND: To the Sophomores we leave our
studious nature and great selling ability.
THIRD: To the Freshmen we leave our best
wishes and fine examples we have set at
being perfect students.
FOURTH: J. W. MEE leaves his five years
experience in Harriman High School to
Charles Stiles. WANDA SADLER leaves her
sophisticated walk to "Cookie" Ellis. BILL
NEWCOMB leaves his pestering the "wim-
min" to Fred Killeffer. ESTHER SCAR-
BROUGH leaves her grace and charm to
Jessie Gamble. DON RABY leaves his place
at the snooker lable to Bill Johnson. JUNE
BULLENS leaves to wait for her sailor boy.
CARROLL HUDSON leaves his deep voice
to Floyd Rumage. NANCY STEVENS leaves
her posing for Woodrow to Joan Muerth.
JIM HILD leaves his size twelve "boats" to
H.H.S., to be used on the campus during
rainy weather. DON HARMON leaves his
interest in Acme Drugs to Joe Williams.
BILLY ANN GILLILAND leaves nothing,
and goes home to Edward. PATSY BLACK
leaves history class with a final "I don'Y
know," and a sigh of relief.
FIFTH: CARL CURTIS leaves his A's to Tom
Forrester, so Tom can take some different
subjects next year. LAWRENCE MILLER
leaves his sleeping in class to Larry Shelton.
JACQUELINE TURNER, BETTY JO GILLIS,
and MARY ALICE EVANS leave all of their
"out of town boys" to Jeannie Wright.
CHARLES CULLEN leaves his long legs to
Allen Todd. GENE BREWER leaves his "dy-
namite brain" and wooing technique to Bob
McCullough. MAYE SUMMERS leaves her
wee voice to Margaret Hunley. BETTY JO
STOUT leaves her hysterical horse-laugh to
Sue Carter. WAYNE JARNIGAN leaves his
wavy blond tassels to Tom Dalton, Talkative
ANTHONY MALENOVSKY and MARTIN
PALKO leave their boisterousness to Fred
Wallace and Joe Gilliland.
SIXTH: ELEANOR GILLILAND tearfully
leaves Rudolph to the female population of
H.H.S. DORANCE DAMRON leaves his
Yankee accent and red hair to "Sambo"
Plernons. JULIAN AHLER leaves his place
in those "hot" conversations with Mr. Dodge
to Jack Hutchison. CHARLES BURNS leaves
his worries to the poor unfortunate person
who is chosen Editor next year. ANN HAR-
GROVE leaves to devote the six hours she
spent in school to chasing Curtis. IMOGENE
TURNER leaves, leading her sister toward
Rockwood. LESTER WYRICK leaves to be
chief pin-boy at his fathers bowling alley.
KATHLEEN WALKER leaves her unchang-
ing facial expression to Pat Britt. ROBBIE
WRIGHT leaves her singing ability and pret-
tiness to no one, she'll need them in Holly-
wood. BILLIE JEAN SCARBROUGH leaves
her "twirling stick" to anyone who loves to
get up early in the morning. BOB WEST-
MORELAND leaves his getting mad and ar-
guing to Jack Hyder. LUCILLE ROBERTS
and CHRISTINE BROOKS leave their genial
dispositions to Catherine Hobbs and Phyllis
SEVENTH: To Leon Cross, CHARLES
WRIGHT leaves his quiet manner. BETTY
JEAN KELLY leaves her chewing gum in
class to Norma Jean Hester. JIM KING
leaves his basketball jacket to anyone with
shoulders big enough to fill it out, since he
never had them. FRANCES MALENOVSKY
leaves to her sister, Cecelia, her drill team
uniform. ERNEST CHANDLER leaves his
singing tenor to Sam McGill. This time, LU-
CILLE TEDDER hopes she leaves for good.
FRED CROWDER leaves his blushing to
Bobby Coward. NORMA JEAN PARRISH,
JOANNE MEE and MILDRED MAY leave
their quietness to Eva Mae Evans with the
fondest hopes, but extreme doubts, that she
may be able to keep her mouth closed next
year. CLEMENT PALKO, the last of the
Palko boys???, just leaves. TOM MARTIN,
that dashing romeo from far off the farm,
leaves his driving to school to Buddy Allen.
GENE JOHNSON leaves his business man
ways to Dick Burns. NORMA JEAN YEARY
leaves her little sister to wreck her dad's car.
ANNETTE PIERCE leaves her tall frame to
EIGHTH: BUD JOHNSON pulls his last
prank in the halls of H.H.S. and leaves7??
with his mischievous nature, while the
teachers give a sigh of relief. CLARA MAE
BOSWELL and IVA JEAN OVERSTREET
leave for the Princess Theater, LOWELL
FURMAN leaves his trumpet soloing to
Johnny Mack Gallagher. HELEN JOHNSON,
carrying a whip and cage, leaves to start
taking care of her little sister. TOM HENRY
leaves his football ability and fascination for
redheads to anyone who can use both as
well as he has. GLENNA BENNETT leaves
her trim figure to Jean Rumage. FRED
HALL leaves his bass drum for next year's
drum section to fight over. HELEN MEE
leaves her dark complexion and her dark
hair and eyes to Mary Flo Carmack. CLEO
BREWER leaves her college men to Pat Sis-
LASTLY: We hereby appoint Mrs. H. C.
Bunch, the senior sponsor, to be the execu-
tor of this our last will and testament.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF: We the Senior
Class of l95O, 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 26th day of May in
the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and
Jack Baker, Testator
Lowell Furman, President
Esther Scarbrough, Secretary
We graduated from Boot Camp in '46 and
ll5 of us boarded our ship for our maiden
voyage on the troubled waters of higher
education. Our first year, we sailed on the
comparatively calm Freshman sea, but being
only apprentice seamen, we were so busy
learning navigation and ways of the sea, that
we had little time for activities. However, we
did have a celebration as we neared the end
of our first nine months at sea. Our pharma-
cist mates, Mrs. Bunch, Mrs. Delaney and
Miss Pierce took care of all cases of sea-
sickness and we are very grateful for their
We left port early in September and evi-
dently the life of the sea was not the life
for some, as only ninety able-bodied seamen
set sail on our Sophomore cruise. Magazine
salesmen may seem out of place on ship-
board, but driven by a pressing need for
funds we trudged from cabin to cabin,
selling magazines and Echos. lt also seems
a little strange that busy seamen should
spend their time with Biology and Algebra,
when swabbing the deck and polishing the
brass seemed much more important, but
they told us all future Admirals should
know such things. The trip was hard and
often monotonous, but Mrs. McCluen and
Mrs. Delaney helped guide us to port.
We embarked upon our Junior voyage
with only seventy seamen aboard, all of
whom thought they should be Petty Offi-
cers. On this voyage, in addition to sea-
sickness, some of us suffered from a plague
known as Chemistry and Geometry. Our fi-
nancial needs were taken care of by selling
placques, caps and banners at every port.
Our need for money was greater this Year,
for we wanted to entertain the ones above
deck, who were making their final voyage.
For this occasion, we reproduced the Stork
Club on shipboard. As we neared port we
gave our departing seamen a farewell dance.
Sailing with us on this voyage were Mrs.
Prophater and Mr. Thompson.
Now we're on our final "shake-down"
cruise with Mrs. Bunch and sixty-five First
Class Seamen. Our course is now set for the
port which has f-or four years been our final
goal. When we finally reach Graduation Bay,
some of our crew will be missing, but not
because of our stops at port for marriage,
for three of our married crew are still with
us. Although hard work is still ahead, our
class play will be fun and this is the voyage
that we will be -on the receiving end of the
banquet. At the end of our sea voyage we
plan to take a trip via land to Washington.
Our sea training has been hard, but worth
while and we are looking forward to the clay
in May when Admiral Black gives us our
commissioning papers and then we will be
officers in the great fleet known as hu-
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EVANS' Esso STATION ,
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R A Y ' s MA R K ET I Compliment
FRESH MEATS 61 GROCERIES i
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Sewanee Street I
PHONE 137 HARRIMAN. TENN. MRS. ELSIE HYDER. Proprietor
PATTO HOT L
Supplier of SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
Goodyear Tires cmd Batteries
THE ACME DRUG
SCANDLYN LUMBER CO.
Harriman Upholstering Co.
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HARRIMAN CITY POLICE
CATRON'S STORE Mr. 6. Mrs. Richard Delozier
All Kinds of Insurance
I M. F.McDAVID
Attorney ot Lcrw
ROANE HOSIERY, INC.
Clothing For The Entire I
Costs Less at-
McKinney's Bargain Store I
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KELLY'S GENERAL MDSE.
Phone 253 Roane Street
Phone 457 Walnut Hill
I ERNIGAN IEWELRY
Complete Line of Iewelry
All Work Guaranteed
Phone No. 1169-I
We Make Angel Cream Do-Nuts
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In Harriman lt's
DIXIE PRODUCE MART
See us for Cold, Fresh
Produce G Vegetables
Hours 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.
"The Store of over 5,000 Items"
Branam's Courtesy Corner
Polishing and Waxing a Specialty
. 2 2
414 Trenton St Phone 2 'Vifheels Balanced-Road Service
noscor: srunoss. Prop. ' PHONE 9116
For Keeping Your Budget Down
Visit Your F1'19I'1dlY-
WHITE STORE EDWIN ARNOLD
Roane Streetin Harriman I INSURANCE
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ECONOMY AUTO STORES
"Over 2,000 items for home and car"
Doyel B. Martin Harriman, Tennessee
Associate Member Phone 874
Kenmore Electric Stoves
Kenmore Washing Machines
Harriman Order Office
426 Roane Street
PHONES 1137 - 1138
MULLINS BARBER - of
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Chud,.,,,'s I MEAD
50 cents Monday thru Friday C 0 R P 0 R A T I 0 N
CLINTON STREET I I
BILBREY FURNITURE CO.
I OHNSONS MOTOR CO
City Transportation Co. ALBERT SISSOM'S CAFE
Beanie Allen-Prop. Phone 9150 610 ROANE STREET
HARRIMAN. TENNESSEE 691-I
PICKEL FURNITURE CO.
MILLS 81 LUPTIIN
SUPPLIES FOR ALL
A MODERN COMMERCIAL
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Appeolinq to Those Who Wont the Rest
Offering Complete Office Troininq
Secretoriol Courses, Etc.
Pay More and Get Mora!-
-It Pays to Buy the Best!
Y.M.C.A. Bldg. Ncrshville.Tenn.
School 6 Office Outfitters
Stationers Office Outfitters
Phone 20 Harriman, Tenness 407 West Clinch Avenue
Mns. H. L. IOHNSON, Proprietor I
-I Phone 3-7145
PHONE 61 I I
Cum SM - cL11-'TY CASH s'roRE
Gordon Lee Owner
502 Clifty Street
LUMBER CO. ODE L
R 0 B E R 'I' S SIIIVEBS
L. A. SHIVERS
F U R N I T U R E
605 Morgan St. Phone 247
THE SYMBOL OF QUALITY
' Nationally advertised and nationally known, the famed reg'
istered trademark of Burlington Mills represents quality textile
products at moderate costs Within the reach of average con-
Quality is an important part of Burlingtorfs production,
carefully guarded by a modern Quality Control Laboratory and numerous in-
spections during the Various stages oi manufacturing.
The Quality trademark also represents the skilled efforts of 26,000 employ-
ees Who are "Working Together" with experienced management to make such
quality standards possible.
Cameo Stockings, a production of the Harriman Hosiery Plant, are excellent
examples of the fine textile products manufactured by Burlington Mills. Hosiery
manufactured at Harriman are sold and acclaimed all over the nation.
IIARRIMAN H0 IERY PLA T
A Unit of
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"Woven into the LU? of America"
Executive Offices: Greensboro. N. C.
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Compliments of Compliments of
LINGERIE SHOP ,EMPIRE MILLWORK CORP
Beatrice Dalton--Owner Harriman Tennessee
Remember. Always patronize our advertisers. They are loyal supporters
of our school and make this annual possible.
Compliments J T. L. CATE CO.
Home ot Good Merchandise
FIRST NATIONAL BANK I PHONE 10
I I Harriman, Tennessee
Harriman. Tennessee Congratulations to Class of '50 I
Tiny Tot Diaper Service
of Do all of Babys Diaper Service
O The Modern Germ-Frtee Way!
812 Roane Street Phone 272
B A R K E RIS Compliments
Iimxniet Barker I of
3 SPORTING Goons -
Carmack 6- Bowers Bros.
- HOBBY SUPPLIES -
N RECORDS - DRY Goons
512 Roane sueef Phone 1169-W Clothing and Shoes
HARRIMAN BOWLING CENTER
BowL EoE FUN AND HEALTH
w. T. wimrcx, Proprietor PHONE 9157
HIGHWAY 27 AND 70
F or Your Patronacye
COFER 61 TEDDER f
WELDING, GRADING 6. EXCAVATINC
525 Devonicz Street - Phone 363-I
Iimmy Adkisson Proprieto
Compliments ROYIS C
I PHONE 140
I EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Day and Night Service
All Passengers Insured
PALACE BARBER SHOP
n. M. PATTON. Owner
Martha 6 Wilson Greene
DR. B. F. SANDERS
DR. EUGENE ZUCKERMAN
LEONARD E. LADD
Tennessee Hardware Co.
I See Norqe Before You Buy
Phone 306 429 Roane Street
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DR. L. A. KILLIFFER
STYLES BEAUTY SI-IOPPE
518112 Roane Street Harriman, Tenn.
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Record mailed to you so
you can keep up with the
folks at home.
-- If not, we know you will I
continue reading the Rec-
ord here at home for all the
events o f Harriman and
Roane County. I
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THOROUGH BUSINESS TRAINING PAYS LARGE DIVIDENDS
Knoxville Council Oi Business Schools
THE SUCCESS YOU ATTAIN DEPENDS ON YOUR TRAINING
We, the members of the KNOXVILLE COUNCIL OF BUSINESS SCHOOLS, recommend that you
choose an established BUSINESS COLLEGE that has proved itself through years of successful
operation. By attending a REPUTABLE Business College you are assured of fair treament. standard
courses oi instruction, and reasonable rates oi tuition.
BUSINESS EXECUTIVES oi this great industrial area recognize the DIPLOMAS oi these member
schools as certificates oi proficiency and achievement.
FOR FULL PARTICULARS COMMUNICATE WITH ANY OR ALL
OF THE MEMBER SCHOOLS
NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
KNOXVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE
DRAUGHON BUSINESS COLLEGE
All Members Are Accredited Schools and Are -Centrally Located in
W H B T Harriman Billiard Parlor
1230 ON YOUR DIAL F. L. Crowder Charles Derrick
ROBERTS FOOD STORE SPARKS CLEANERS
seurh Harriman South Harriman Phone 376
DR. W. G. CUMMINS
Rear Bank Building
Harriman Auto Exchange
FOR THE BEST BUY
IN USED CARS
LYNN I-IARTSOOK, Prop.
Your Authorized Dealer
CHEVROLET CARS and TRUCKS
FRIGIDAIRE HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
BROWDER MOTOR SALES I C 1 t
Box 262-Phones: 114 Office. 702 Parts I
CHRYSLER cmd PLYMOUTH Of
In ern 'onal Trucks 6 Farm Machine
' an U' I OMAN CONSTRUCTION co
HARRIMAN, TENNESSEE I
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Hmmm Tennessee Rose's 5-10-2541 Stores Inc.
Plumbing ------ Heating
Phone 5 1 5-I
For Keeping Your Budqet Down
Visit the Friendly
Roane Street in Harriman
Meats of Groceries
Phone 598 Harriman, Tennessee
Stone's Department Store
EVANS 6 SONS
Men and Women
"TAKE HOME KERN'S
Delivered Fresh Daily
Merchant Tailors I
GOLD SEAL DAIRY PRODU
Carroll s Insurance Service
CHESTER L HAMBY
PHONE 5 HARBIMAN TENN
W M FREELS GROCERY
H G FURNITURE CO
308 TRENTON STREET
GLEN HACKNEY IEWELER
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Werthers Servrce Station
Comp iments 0
Davis ' in an-iman. Tennessee
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We ve at Your Service
Compliments C rn iments
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E E ship has made your years of study happy and memorable.
Q E We hope that Coca-Cola has added some small measure of
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Wherever you go, whatever you may do, you will End
iii that a relaxing moment now and then always helps you
get the most out of life. And whenever friendly refresh-
ment is in order, you can count on ice-cold Coca-Cola to
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Portrait or Candid Photography
Dodge "Iob-Rated" Trucks
PHONE 5-8002 I
Outer Drive Store Group
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Oak Ridge, Tenn.
H A M I L T O N S
LADIES, INFANTS is CHILDREN?
'VVE-A-R PHONE 283 WALNUT HILL
Motorola Auto Radios
sold by of
ADKISSON RADIO SERVICE
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B O B M I L L E R Compliments
SANITARY PLUMBING of
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Dealing in fine bath fixtures
Contracts for all Kinds of Pipe Work
Vance Pickell, Owner
Universal Electrical Appliances
311 CLINTON STREET
Q 200 SERVICE STATION
PHONE 184 I PHONE 575-1
Indian Run Coal Co.
"WORLD'S BEST COAL"
Howard Leuking, Props.
P H O N E 1 3 7 0 -I
611 MARGRAVE ST. HARRIMAN. TENNESSEE
"In The "Great Lakes Region" of The South"
Mr. 6. Mrs. Iohn A. Tyler. Proprietors
For Good Candy and Cold or
Frozen Drinks Call at
CURTIS CANDY STORE
Wilson 6 Martha Greene
RUSSELL B. SCHUBERT
ROY A. ROBERTS
YANKIE LUMBER CO.
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LON MEE GROCERY
Hor1'rimcrn's Pioneer I
Drug Store Block ccnd Reczcly-Mix Concrete
PHONE 33 I Mixer Rentals
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