Highland Academy - Chimes Yearbook (Portland, TN)

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Our staff has been happy to spend much effort in planning this annual for you, and it is with thoughtful memories of the good "ole" clays and hest wishes for your future that we say, "lf you enjoy this annual, then our ambitions will have been realized." + 1 " ':.,-,re f if Q Q Wx . 4 'Klyne-f ,5 L-M M WWW? .911 a4pprecia tion Jgoarcf .fuembel-.4 gacuffy Seniora funiord Soplzomorea grealamen dlctiuitiea uncfercfaddmen Sanifarium gyncluafry .feat we gorge!! fY'u.4ineA.4 griencfa Our campus is a beautiful place, With shade trees and carpet of green. And when we students gather around, It makes a wonderful scene! We are proud of the way it's kept So neat and so very clean, Thanks to the boys and the helping hand, Of our beloved "Dean.,' L... M.. Hamm dz ,gymz Jn Jppreciation It is witha deep feeling of appreci- ation that We dedicate this issue of the " Chimes " to Mr. Homer Pi. Lynd, because We realize he has sacrificed much for the students of Highland Hcademy. It has been a privilege to have a teacher Who could have been teaching in a college, because of his BS. and MH. degrees, but when the call came from our academy he ac- cepted gladly. For his council, help, and courage, we cannot find Words that will ex- press our appreciation. Therefore in behalf of each and every student, We take this opportunity to say " thank you, Mr. Lynd, and may the Lord guide and bless you, in your service for Him, Wherever you go". 2 S I .Highland alcademg foauf of Qbizectou I. H. Bischoff-Sacrvtary Highland Academy C. W. Higgins-Nashville E. E. Carman-Memphis H. S. Hanson-Atlanta, Ga. A. L. Lynfl--Highland Academy I W. I. l.,oc'kwoorl-Lexington, Ky. W. E. Strickland-Chairman Nashville Q i i 6 . , ' s J. 0. Marsh-Nashville Teclalric Mohr-Nashville Calvin Osborn-Louisville Ur. J. W. Osborn-Hendersonville E. I.. Pingenot-Nashville Everett C. Wood-Henderson Q . Q2 Ss an Ammndson Awards on -ffffvfzsh I 'fl .-,, t x 3. tg X xxx 5. S 1 vw .f +5 'Q Q35 a -fair.. 'ik' a . ,., Q. PJ: v 4 'w'..'a'n'r'l fi A , .1-syvffnsfife-A3 ks Q 'Kinase -t-A: Q H Gr Ta, ad I. I 5 4 ah, he 3 gaculfy 1 1.f 5 4 I pm. u. m .N have ,menu to in. For the counsel they ubqlisd for the pationdc toward-uc. TQ we say, dunk you, Im' tfmu'yuu.lmve'liQ1PUdWhsovmaroughspdL I i - r , 'll I I . ! 1 'E E- i I 2 l I . Q 1 4 by 5 E Faith for today is the need of every individual. . Expressed in the terms of a christian it is the understanding that God rules over the universe. Expressed in the terms of Highland Hcademy it is the pervad- ing christian atmosphere that builds that understanding of God in the hearts and minds of its students. Highland Plcademy, ded- icated to God, invites the youth of this great Hdvent Message to join the evergrowing ranks of those who come to Highland Hcademy to find and in- crease their Faith for today. loseph H. Bischoff 7 i W. F. Ray Mrs. H. C. Bogar A, j, Hess Bible, Science Home Economics, Matron Bible, Bookkeeping, Accountant K A L. C. Strickland Mrs. V. L. Johnson H. R. Lynd History, Medical Cadet, Dean English, Dean Chemistry, Printing, Press W. H. Cluyhurn Mrs. L. L. Rutherford .l. T. Owens Farm, Second Semester Laundry Farm, First Semester K A ll. ID. Lawson Mrs. H. D. Lawson R. E. Snell Mfziiiematics, Spanish Typing, Registrar Maintenance ! 3 ! Sen iord Colors Blue ond White Aim Forward Forever Motto In His Steps Flowers White Rose and Blue Forget-me-not Paul Remington New York President Minister L. C. Strickland-Sponsor Margaret Miller Kentucky Nurse Vice-President Leila Parrish Nadean Randolph Tennessee T School Teacher elgnessee Treasurer " ufse Secretary Bob Slattery Charles Porter North Carolina Kentucky Doctor Academy Teacher Sergeant-At-Arms Pastor 'm Ia ...,, 51 -K 99 lim-lu-I Amumlson Margaret Rimhnrxl-on Tennessee Tennessee Teacher Doctor '11 I Te-lnistncles Suarez Betty Rutherford Cuba Tennessee Electric Engineer Secretary .l21I1l6S DOCH ,leane Dempsey Tennessee Tennessee Dentlst Nurse Delores Cross Beatrice Crowe Tennessee Tennessee Doctor Elementary School Teacher 'Y'3EB3f5"f' .rupee ,ttf !T' XZ X 699 RQ CQ 1-'I-'lc tw un iord Our Juniors were a happy group this year. They man- aged to carry very well their part as upper classmen, but they didn't let the seriousness of the job get them down. When things weren't swell they were still jolly and happy. Perhaps it could he that some little bird whispered in their ear the Hrst of the school year, that Juniors were supposed to be jolly, and our Juniors believed in doing things in a big way! x fl V. V p n x-' ,4 . ' '-1 'wr .vm V ' IW. I yi' ' 192' ,rp , ,Q-rf ilwfgm 4 5 iff 'iff w 1 ini. t ll! L 6 i 1 Ei ' I . 'F 44? in -1 Joe Bulterflelcl Kentucky President N l!""llIl1l Lvml '1 ennessee Vlce-Prcsldent nm-r l.yn1l Spunsnr ,Iuycv Shinliever Joan TIIYIOI' Kentucky K9HtUCkY Secretary Tl'83SUI'eI' L Ah A Don Campbell Kentucky Sergeant-At-Arms J im my Lynn Kentucky Pastor Bernadine Meadows Betty Brewer Tennessee Tennessee Mayo Crutcher Wayne Taylor Tennessee Tennessee Eme Goodman Faye Wgde Kentucky Tennessee ,Aix 1 r' -. X A S 5 xg m K xhm .NN Y ' x 1 XM 7 35 Soplzomored Somehow tl1e Sophomore class have earned for themselves the reputation of being a little light headed and not too serious. Our Sophomores certainly didn't fail us! Maybe they were dizzy with their new position, one. grade removed from the lowest in the school. Despite all their pranks and the fact that they were so unconcerned we have great hopes for them for they are a grand group! Q is ay li 2 ,I 2 mn . + f 'vim ":k3F:', " 'rb kk Ronald XVyatt Robert Wwe-lclm Ann Suv Anderson I:l'C'1lil Clliwtilill Ye-nu Tay lm' Ralph Fildes :ml Curr 1 1XPicture not Freddy Rye availzxbld mf? rf .as grealnmen 4 .u.. rv ,. ,., , v .f 1 . Q - 4 aw 1 4 l 4 ...f . u 5,-ff , . L , ' .,"?.lA' u., .' V., , ! 1 4 Ii. . ..,f f .' ., 1 ..,--- 'L A ,-'-.., - F " . ' , sq-N.,.,. if -11?-9 if to -my FW I-wr wdiakiv up difhgdm- y-u 'Swish M ls-w'-iw! 'umm xulkqiifrnunu Ig: glun at beghgmrak I E . ' A Paul Porter President ,I immy Rhodes Vice-President H. IJ. Luwsonfsponsor Bobby Joe Davis Sergeant-At-Arms Don Jansen Pastor Barbara rrllllllli Secretary Juanita Crowe Treasurer J anyce J ansen Viola McPherson ,lean Wfade Willalrtl Parker Tommy King .lean Ford Susie Richmond 'lhelma Rutherford Opal Norwood Wanda Porter ,-. fi 3, a X'- is N 4: 'fn ff Xa MN, ,,,,,, www-N Nf- 'A' -W-.a.a ' ' 1 W QE' .f Ka "f 7 V-h"4'w S , M 5 3 ' ,f ri i"if If, 9 : ' .- ' L5 , " . . Y. E 4 -.TL .X ' "' ' I . I - In., . -:.f.3.' 4 . "r A.. 'Nu H: ., ,....- Axqwfr-G M- Q ... h N' - , , . P, ', " f.,4u1,.,Q, y . ' M, 43 6 , V- ' J "' " -- ff Q, ' " . . ., , sx,,:.,A H41 in S alctiuiiied M an Y if 4 U 4 yi 4" ix, ' lt7f xikuiwgi xx ,f ,J 'fu v Mui S5147 Nu! S The picture th t f ll h ly gl p f f mpus. On h J th h nk 'h Jy d t"t Freshmen Sophornores These ore the organized classes. Juniors Seniors "l-liqhlonderu Staff Student Hssocicltion Officers We are really proud of our Medical Cadet Corps who are instructed by L. C. Strickland. They are preparing to he ready to serve our country when they are called to service. Here you see them as they are drilling on Academy Day. ,, 3 A f Gfvf? i i -. Q-,aff .X u 'uk w 'V 1 fi 'fr . 5 .- N 'Z fi , Q Q i . I i ' ' gg' - fi 5 9 S ,Q . .5 qu: f s: Z . 37 gg .A ' "lu " 7 Ju - .S .gf 'M .4 L 4 eff V , W L .ff x.:.:.:...:..-,-. .:. Q-1. 1 ' n F K.. NQLQ- 341. f - 'SMX Field Trip to Nashville ..,,...,,....,,,,,,,,N,., ,....,,...-:rn 1:0 , ,,.f,,.,,,,.,Af,,?---:v :v,:Q.:.--if Future Students of fiqyfzland Academy Iflmlerclaaamen Here you see the boys and girls that attend our church school. They are a happy group indeed as they learn "reading, writing and rithmetic taught to the tune of a hickory stick" by Mrs. Byram and Mrs. Tinnan. We hope that all of them will some day be students of Highland Academy. , , , .oi V Q 'P ,fn -W 1, 'Q' 1 a ',. S -B ff. Grades 1 Q,-'fades 5 A 4 4? f , "VW WW'-' Saniiarium One of the mo.4t intezeating placed to woth at .Highland i.4 the Jani- tatium. ft i4 wonciezfut to he ahie to Jewe in the .couifs woth white :till in Achooi. ,9 eapeciatty enjoy pzaging with the patienta a4 they seem so gzatefui to hnow that we 'zeattg cate ahoat theiu condition. .fuazgazet Millet goun lain Neue! .Hodpifa and Sanilarium gounlain Head, Zenneu Cashiefs Office ,. ...., A , Kgi5V..i4Q,z i. - Q ."x.f 1' i 1-95511 'L' 5' k ' 1 ' I it gi N Sgr , k 3 lg 3 f f 0 ri 5, L ,Q-sg i ll ' SH 4 ,,:,:- QQL., p , 1' , 1+ . ,.. ' A wk 'L 'Qi Nurse-'s Surgery Pcntienfs Room We .av W. , K. vvr H 3 ?-WW Auf, NJ umm , V QL sl 'Sy ' nf, L. aim ' ""."1, : mf A 4 5, 'sv img! ww . 'Fl' ' :Q ,,., as rj 'gm 2"l V 1Q,. ,'f"EN .WA ' W 'mu xl- M V A "f "' 12, rw ,QQ M .1- ,, H. W' fmW6m5,1. M Mu X-Tm! ' Hs 'W 1 pw WINJ' r Www "" H 3 w w ww, ul ., , N H .5 W. m F. All .H MK ll W ly w 1 w J ur w X in: . 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As far as is possible, We have our choice of work, And if we seek promotion, We must never, never shirk. Print Shop-Mr. H. R. Lynd Maintenance-Mr. R. E. Snell Cafeteria-Mrs. N. Bogar Farm-Mr. Clayburn Composition Iob Presses Home of the uChimes Cul' new press. Mrs. Bogor shows us how. Our fine bokexy H Fovorite Spot on the Campus Good food keeps us hoppv. Hcodemy Doy 1 Mr. Snell working in the new laundry. W , , ,, lf' Mainteinance Shop Mr. Hess our accountant D. H. F. Q. Inspector H. View of the bclm Mr Clcxybum cmd his farm crew. Contented Cows . . p - Ml f . , . .,f i1ifQe X L.. 1 iffy-j-3' X ' Q- f'?'f"k , 9 'L' 'TISQ-ff' . H mx li' xi x. Q -Q V ,- X , ' 9 .f' E TX TC ' , 1 F' 1 K A 1, Q' V filw Q k M ' 352, 'N' uct, vm, 1 ,xi X Zag, f - ,v K , ' " A inf' "1 ' 'l M' g, . A S ,x.x..g,:Q A ' x '.: N Y 'Q , ,- s .sa eff - tzv - X fi A. M s. Eg X w Y' f :gf L ,ef , if ,, ff ,ar H9 Y K -- x I J S QM ' fb-f 44 T A 4' :x Q. Q? xa .V , xr 5 . fx' ,- ' A Qs, I 1 av 1 fgg, A IV' W? 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L, ,, 'tif' 'Eg ci , I 1 fig' fl I mmm: S ,M N4 , 423 gg? fy HINQQ WQQYEW ' 'Sv Q Juatflza Koala 48 48 fgenjamin young 49 Cazlene Ownby 50 50 fogce Slzinlieuefz 51 S Z7Ll.1J8JV 5 R0 GER Emmitt Allen Springville, Tennessee Melva Jean Amundsen Box 1000 Coalmont, Tennessee Rm-hel Amundsen Box 1000 Coalmont, Tennessee Ann Sue Anderson 984 Thomas St. Memphis, Tennessee Joe Butterfield Pleasant Grove Hospital Anehonmge, Kentucky Don Campbell 3115 Virginia Avenue Louisville, Kentucky Jane Carr 992 Springdale Memphis, Tennessee Freda Chastain Route 2 Doltewah, 'Tennessee Delores Cross Altamont , Tennessee Beatrice Crowe 3505 lVest N1-die Avenue Alabama City, Alabama Juanita Crowe 3505 West Sudie Avenue Alabama City, Alabama Mayo Cruteher Fountain Head, Tennessee Bobby Joe Davis 1714 Howard Street Nashville, Tennessee Jeane Dempsey Route 7 Box 175 Chattanooga, Tennessee James Dodd Henderson, Tennessee Ralph Fildes Fountain Head, Tennessee Effie Goodman Pleasant Grove Hospital Anchorage, Kentucky Don 1424 New Jan 106 J ansen Eve Orleans, Louisiana Jansen E. Broad Street Gadsden, Alabama Travis Kelley 'tr' Route 2 Newbern, Tennessee Virginia Lynd Fountain Head Sanltarillrn Fountain H'ead, Tennessee Jimmy Lynn 129 Letehevr Henderson, Kentucky Bernadine Meadows 693 Regent Avenue Memphis, Tennessee Margaret Miller 1126 14th Street Bowling Green, Kentucky Viola M Q-Pherson Coalmont, Tennessee Willard Parker P. 0. Bor 286 Middleshoro, Kentucky Leila Parrish Fountain Head, Tennessee Paul Porter Box 208 Mayfield, Kentucky Pharles Porter Box 208 Mayfield, Kentueky W'anda l'or'er Box 208 Mayfield, Kentucky Nudenn Randolph 2417 Hyde Street Nashville, Tennessee Paul Remington Rou'e 2 Randolph, New York Jimmy Rhodes Fountain Head, Tennessee Ma rgaret Riehardson Route 2 Dyershurg, 'Tennessee Betty Rutherford Fountain Head, Tennessee Thelma Rutherford Fountain l-lead, Tennessee Freddy Rye Ann Sallee Ronte 1 Commiskey, Indiana Joyce Shinliever Route l Hinton, Kentucky Lloyd Shoemaker Middleshurg, Kentleky Bob Slattery Route 2 Candler, North Carolina Temistoeles Suarez Pina Camaguey Cuba Joan Taylor Route 4 Fulton, Kentucky Vena Taylor Route 3 Box 16. Albany, Kentucky VVayne Taylor 429 Park Street Covington, Tennessee SZFLIJZJSJVZY R SZSR llnrhurn 'I'llunn-ra 422 Pmlvnrvivll Ave. Route 5 Kind-:le-n, Aluhunnl I'll3Ilis Tnlvn BIZ llrond Street Selma, Alubnnm Virgil 'I'1mnwy lI0'! Alive- Avenue Nllllllllllii, 'I'a-nnessee Fnpe Wuxi:- Fountnin H4-ml, Tennessee Jn-an Wade I-'ountuln llvxul, Tenlwusee Ronald Wynit l,ixing.:slon, Kentucky ilvtllllllly King 856 Boulevard N. E. Atlnnln, Georgia. 01ml Norwood Fnnntnin H4-nd, Tennessee Susie Rivlunond Mnntengle, Tennessee Robert HY:-lc-h 1701 Wulker Avenue lirm-nsbnro, North CRYOHIII 3 5 gre Zh Uzfmg QUZL'-' Wx to fattonize out Buaineu gaiemfa THE SOUTHERN UNION CUNFERENCE Tae territory of unlimited opportunity, congratulates the 1951 graduates of Highland Academy. Southern Union Conference 437 East Ponce de Leon Avenue Decatur, Georgia soun-:ERN MISSIONARY COLLEGE M flbflgenenif Bl! wif!! PRESS uiiaif ' '1 dh - W :'. - L . 51:- uif' ' ' mi 3 .all 7 LAUNDRY FURNITURE X if-1. G2 6 N 'EJB 'Q'-1 7 43 BROOM FACTORY W ei STORE. l',i X CAFETERIA FARM SOUTHERN THE FASTEST WMA 0 ' ' -' ln +he various deparimenfs Iisfed on ihis page siudenfs will earn 5250.000 in labor Ihis year. Work opporiunifies are available fo all willing and able young people. QM-' Four years ago 'Ihe Iirsi 4-year college class was graduafed from S. M. C. Since fha? day S. M. C. has grown and maiured rapidly. li' is now a fully accredifed college wi+h Ihe Soufhern Associaiion of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 'the S. D. A. Denominaiion and Ihe S'ra'I'e of Tennessee. I+ is also doing 'Ihe largesi dollar volume of business of all denominalional Senior Colleges. q f9 ' During Ihese 'four years, S. M. C. has graduaied I20 4-year Baccalaureafe Seniors. Nineiy. or 7511 of Ihese have been placed direcily in 'Ihe employ of 'the denominaiion. One obieclive of Ihe college is fo find suilable denominaiional employmeni' for all graduales desiring fhis. 7464141-if't?.' The school of slandards places proper emphasis on spiri+uaI fhings. During +he regular school 'Ierm sfudenfs in Ihe 'lheological deparimenl' conduci' services 'Iwice each monlh in each of Iwenfy-one churches. Each summer a Field School of Evangelism is conducfed in a near-by cify giving pracfical ins'I'ruc'I'ion as well as full scholasfic credil 'Io 'lheology sIuden+s. 1244461 SW-' Localed in a beauliful valley I7 miles from Chaffanooga. S. M. C. covers nearly I000 acres. Alfhough surrounded by mouniains Ihaf shui our The undesirable, ready access Io Ihe ou'I'side is mainfained fhrough good highways. bus and railway connecfions. Wade 'ro THE DEAN FOR A CATALOG . . MISSIONARY COLLEGE Collegedale, Tennessee GROWING COLLEGE IN TI-IE FASTEST GROWING UNION .Qedqners cmJ Engravers ur if if if if niimfnk funnnvnm HUMPHNV Compliments of BLUE'S JEWELRY STORE DIAMON DS-WVATCHES-JEWELRY Phone 187 Gallatin, Tenn. Compliments of KELLY'S ESSO STATION Chas. H. Kelly Oil 8: Gas, Atlas Tires k Batteries Phone 3966 Portland, Tenn. Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORES Phone 3939 Portland, Tenn. Compliments of WADE MOTOR COMPANY Sales FORD Service Genuine Parts and Acecssor es Phone 618 Gallatin, Tenn. Compliments of BOOKER 'S STORE LADIES' and MENS' FURNISHINGS Portland, Tennessee Compliments of HESTER CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 55 Gallatin, Tenn. Compliments of EARL'S BODY SHOP "You Wreck 'em, We fix 'em" Complete Body Repair, Painting and Welding Portland, Tennessee Compliments of SWANEY-SWIFT DRUG COMPANY P. W. fPa0 Swaney and Robert G. fliobj Swift Prescriptions Our Specialty Phone 602 Gallatin, Tenn. Compliments of STRAWBERRY CRATE co., INC. Portland, Tennessee Compliments of HILL LUMBER COMPANY Lumber and Building Supplies Portland, Tennessee Compliments of TENNESSEE FOODS, INC. Portland, Tennessee Compliments of HARDISON'S SERVICE STATION Pan-Am Gas and Oils Fisk Tires General Repairs Portland, Tennessee Compliments of NATIONAL FARM STORES Hardware, Building Supplies and Implement Phone 215 Gallatin, Tenn. Compliments of MODERN EQUIPMENT CO. Your International Harvester Headquarter Phone 1045 Gallatin, Tenn. Compliments of EAST MAIN BARBER Compliments of THE APPLIANCE 85 ELECTRIC CO. SHOP RCA lk G. E. Radios J. M. Douglas, proprietor Telzxgion Gallatin Tennessee Phone 3931 Portland, Tenn. ! Compliments of GALLATIN FLOWER SHOP Flowers for all Occasion Phone 180 Gallatin, Tenn. Compliments of THE FARMERS BANK Portland, Tennessee Compliments of CHANDLER'S Phone 3929 Portland, Tenn. Compliments of CONSUMERS DRUG CO The REXAL Store Phone 3727 Portland, Tenn. Compliments of THE FLOWER BASKET "Everything in Flowers" Phone 2060 Portland, Tenn. Compliments of PORTLAND PLANING MILL Phone 2050 Portland, Tenn. Compliments of GALLATIN BOOK AND JEWELRY STORE jewelry-Sporting Goods Oflice Supplies Watch Repairing Phone 625 Gallatin, Tenn. Compliments of YOUNG DRUG COMPANY Your Prescription Store Phone 2012 Portland, Tenn. WILLIAMS BROS. MINING COMPANY, INC. BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF THE ALA.fMISS. CONFERENCE AND BOOK AND BIBLE HOUSE Compliments of HESTER CHEVROLET CO. PHONE 55 156 E. Eastland Gallatin, Tenn. Compliments of CALGY CLEANERS PHON E 780 156 E. Eastland Gallatin, Tenn Compliments of LUNDQUIST GARAGE "Complete Automotive Service" P H ON E Z 220 Fountain Head, Tennessee fsincefze Congzafulationa To the Graduating Class of 1951 KENTUOKYTENNESSEE CONFERENCE OF S.D.A. AND KENTUOKYTENNESSEE BOOK AND BIBLE HOUSE Enlist in the Colporter Evangelist Army in Kentucky- Tennessee. Contact your Publishing Department Secre- tary for your territorial assignment. Earn your expenses the Scholarship way. 3208 West End .Qvenue Nashville, Tennessee If you are interested in entering a profession with unlimited opportunities for service, then choose nursing' At no other time in history has there been such a demand for professional nurses as the present decade. I -n l , ,- Education costs money and Nursing Education is no exception. 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