Jackson High School - Tatler Yearbook (Jackson, TN)
- Class of 1942
Page 1 of 28
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 28 of the 1942 volume:
We tice Senior C1444 of 1942 . . .
DEDICATE THIS YEAR BOOK
WITH THE PRAYER THAT WE
MAY MAKE EVERY EFFORT
AND SACRIFICE TO PRESERVE
OUR IDEALS OF FREEDOM
OF SPEECH, FREEDOM OF
RELIGION, FREEDOM FROM
FEAR, AND FREEDOM FROM
942 a Yer-111 BO
THE SENIOR CLHSS
JAC SON HIGH SCHOOL
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JOE COX, Elective Diploma
Transfer from Abbeville High School, Abbeville. Mississippi. in TW.
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DOROTHY M.-KRT BOND, l5l1'1'11'1'1' l?if1l1111111
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ARTHUR JOHNSON, lil1'1'11'1'1' I71'f'l1w1111
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l'h0ir '40-'-ll: Flaws-llny Pml-lict: Monthly TATIJZR Stall' '41, '42: Annual T.KTl.ER
Stal? '4Zg Il. A. R. hmmrzihl-r mention.
lf lflflf' our Iulmr, Iittlr our grain.v.
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MARY El,lZ.-Xlllf'l'H RUSHING, lilt'l'll.'f'1' l?if'lnnm
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liirl Rcsvrvcs '39-'-ll.
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Girl Rvsvrvcs '41, 'JJQ Ilrzmiitic l'lulr '4J.
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llll.l, HAMMONIJS, lflm'll i'f lliflrrlrlfl
lfimtluull '38-'-ll, Vuivtziin '-00: l'l1nir '40, 'Hg llnys' Slim' -ll: lll-X .VJ-4.2:
Track '39g '-10.
lI is Ivrllfl' to lmrr min'nyn' than ll 'Zl'l'fl',' a mam run'l lnrwi' lmlll.
JACK l7l'l'ZKiERAl.l7, .S'rimlffir Diflnnm
lfnollxznll '40, '-Hg Boys' Stats '-ll: 'l'r:ick '-82.
To dfrar low' ix tu frm' iifw, and tlmxr who frm' lifr url' ulwmly tllrrr l'm'l.r
I!lE'l l'IE JANE EVANS. Elfl'll7'l' lliflnnm
Girl Reserves '-ll. '-5.25 Choir '-ll: Dramatic Vluls '-Sl. '42.
Tu lvr fraud if lc'av'11i11g1 is tllt' !lrz'at1'.rt iurimumi
DOROTHY CLEMMONS, Iflfrliw' D1'fl0lIIlI
Girl Reserves '40-'42, Secretary '-423 Pa-is Squad '-H.
My true Ion' hath my lrmv-f.
DEE DOYLE. Ifli'rfi7'e llffvlnmn
I Iran' oflvu n'g11'vl!z'il my sfwrcll, 11r:'rr my .vi'Irnn'.
MARY Mll.l.lfR SCARBOROUGH, SCARllOl.nX . lfl4'1'Ii1'f' lliflvmn
llistrilmtivc liilucation flulu '41, '-SZ.
I low' mrn, not lwraxlrr flwy HIT' WIFII, lint lvrranxr llxry uri' uv! :mmrn
XVILLIAM R. HAVVK, l'flt'l'fl'I'l' Iiiflnnm
Muflel Plzinc lluilrler '-ll: Fontlnzill '-103 llistrilmtivc lfililcatimi l'lul1 '-ll, 41.
K1'i'ff foal and you command 1'-1'vv'ylnuIy.
ROl3l':R'l' THOMAS, lilt't'll.'l'l lllifltwlll
A .rtraug L'0IH'l'l'l ix rirlzp .va most WIFI! rlvvmf'
I gem 5 '42
RICHAXRU l3UL'lil.qXSS. lflrrli-:x' l7if'lHllIt1
l.ifi' Lv um' Lum f'r.m'.vx uf ylt'HliPlH tir-'Alf'
VVll.l.lAM H.-XNYSON, Iflwliiu' lfijflnum
l'f1r IilJ1'i'.x' ruff liim vfru:'4't.
IQYALYN FAIR MASON, Iflm'ti':'i' liiflvlllm
'l'r:msfcr frmn l'oc1At:llirr High Schmrl. l'-wal. XXX-sl Yirgiuizu, in '-ll.
.-I iluuitbv lilllw muul and xlry.
VVANNQX MAY UIOHNSOX, lfluulizu' llijvlnnm
l.1hr:u'y LISSISHIHI -H. 4.2,
.-1 quivt fn'r.mu ix Hn' rmut nz,v,vte'rm1u
INICZ THOMPSON. lflwtiw' liifvluuzu
llamlzrtbzill '4l. '-U: tiirl Rrsvrvcs '40-'-IJ: llrannntic Vlnh '-tl. '-ll.
Slip nmclmil 'um un' .vlmrluml 'rm mul .miil .vlw Jiilrft mn' '
U.-XRUI. . KRMS'l'RUNCi, Iflm-ii:-u Iilifllllllil
liuml '.Wg l'huir '40-'4l3 Uziskrthzill '-H13 Xlumhly 'l'.x'l'1.1fR Stull' '4I: Girl Reservw
'40-'42, Vim-fl'i'csinlcl1! '-ll: l'rcsi4lrllt -lunim' RHI from l'mlnCil '41, '-121 Yicvf
X l'l'K'Sitll'lll t'unlr:Al junior Red frnss fuuucil '42: flznss-lkxy Puri.
Slip :um thi' priilv uf Inv' fumiliur .vpln'm',
ROIHCRT MOODY XYlI.l.l.'XMS, lf1m'I1'1'v lJff'luum
l'hoir '40-'-4.2: 'l'r1u'k '-ll, '-8.23 junior Rcsl frnss Vmuwil '4l. '-tl: jnnizn' Rutziriunp
Hi-Y '40-'-L23 Vzimly Slziml '41, '-Hg Nuys' Stale '-H: Hi-Y li0HYUIlfi0ll '-ll:
ll. A. R. limiurnlnlr nu-mimi.
5ti1tvly and tall lu' mm'4'.v.
'l'llOM.'XS luexzxx Jcmlmx. JR., .su'1.-Hffff.- lifpzwm
Il.' is ix .vrlz-flur, und is rifu' mul gmail amz
MAUREIE I.AL'GHl.IN, lilcrrizm' I2if'lnnm
'l'rzmsfcr funn Cnllinwuuml lligh Sclwul, Fulliuwcmml. 'l'm1m-ssl-c. in '44l.
Fraud with ilu' ffmnd, yr! mnrtmmxly f1ruml.
MARX' JUNE SEAYERS, lflivti-:'H Uifvliullu
,S'f'lf-cmifiilvun' ix ilu' iirxt n'ql1i.vftr tu firm! ui1drrtak1'rlyx.
RlilSl'1'L'A ,IANIC l'lfllR.'XM. lflmlirw Hifvlnum
Tu .vlvrilk but lilili' lH'um1i'.v u 'wmmin
MARTHA NIil.l.li l'.-XRHAM. Iflm'I1 :u' llifvlnum
l-:rl Resn-x'v4-5 '-42: Class-llxiy llismrizm.
lx xlu' ax kind ax xln' Lv fuirf Ifur Iwauty li:'rx ci-itll A'fIldllt'SX
AARON Llili HORIQN. lflvrlirw lHf'llPllHI
lhiskuthaill '41, '-L25 'l'r:iuk '-JI.
'Um' mnxf nn tu liiv, um lim' lu rut.
THOMAS Mll.l.liR, .Sl'i1'i1!ijir Hifflmmz
'l'r:uxsfer from lhihlwyn High Schnul. Hnldwyll. Mississippi.
'Ile' ix ax full uf :ulur ux of fClillllllt'J.f. W
JIMMY A'l l'liRHURY, .S't'i4'llfl-fit' llifvlmlm
Ili-Y '41, '4.Z: llzxskethnll 'SV'-1.2: 'Truck HW.
Ifvuuri1'.v in ruin tlwfr fmlilv vyrx muy rnll, rlrurmx .vhillf the xiyfllt, lm! ru':'n
SHJNEY l,. IROREN, l5Il'd'fl.T't' llifflnmrr
Hr has lfarmvl Hllfflllllfl, uml ln' lmx fmqmttml IIOHII-PIU.
LOUISE CAGLE, lflvflivu' l7.'f'lu1r1a
lmmru.u' ix Iwr.
-IESSIE LEE JOHNSON. C'l.1.v.vfvc11 llilvlnnln
Kmm'I1'ri1n' ix f'nrz'rr.
llE'l l'lE DAVIS, lfllwliru' llihluuzrl
Vzuuly Stuml '-ll: Pep Squzul '-ll.
'l'lu' glr4'ul4'.xI f114'u.x'ure in lifr ix mm:'z'r,m11n11.
NANCY GLISSON, lflrutifu' Iiifvluznu
Girl Reserves '41, '-LZ: flmir '41, '-LZ.
Y'l1t'r1' is u glurdvu in hm' furv, n'lu'n' mu x and h'fH.fA' Ifliux glnmn'
ROBERT KING, .f1'l'H1I1'jfl' llfjvlvnm
Cheerlc-:ulc-r '-ll: 'lll'IIHlS '4l. '-4.2: l'resisln-nt uf llistriluntirc Ecluunimx Vlulf '-H
llistrilmiive lillllC1lllUIl f'UllYl'l!llZlIl Ih-legntr 43.
ll'iti1 :um'd.v nw' Hlli'l'l'lI mrn If-'unlml I,
STANLEY FRYE. -IR., lflvvtfzu' lnflfllllfl
llawketlmll '-L23 'Frnck '-U.
Tln',x' lllfA'4lj'.V tullv Gvlm m':'rr tlu'ul.'.
ELIZAIIETH ANNE TERRY, lflvvlitu' llifflunm
Choir '-H: Girl Re-serves '40-'42,
A hrfyllt gvutlr tln'ngy.
MARGARET ROSALYN FOSTER, lflrrtim' llllfllllllltl
Girl Reserves '41, '-423 IJ. A. R. hmmrulvle mvntism.
A .vzmlvmm in a :s'inrr'r's clay.
GENEVA HAMMONS, lflm'li':'v llijvluum
Pep Squzul '-ll.
H1 l'1'K'1Ill.Vf!l'f7 ix .dill lH'l'U77lf'lIlll'1'Il with iffy,
ANITA HURNETTE, l5IvrIiz'.' llifvlmuu
Girl Reserves '-UI-'-323 Pell S-guml '-ll: Uhoir '-ll. '-821 llrxnnntic Club '-ll, '42
,luniur-Senior Play '-42.
On flu' sfagn' .vhv ix nulnrul, xinxfflv, llfifffl-lljl, 'tix only llmt fvlwu .vllr ix all
.vim ix ru'ti11gr.
ROBERT RAPER, lflvrfiffv l.'1'f1lm1m
lfumlmnll 'l'r:xinc-r '-Hg 'l'.x1'l,l-:R plmlugrnpllcr 'JU-'-ll: 'l'l'IHllS te-xml '41,
The bn'alcing' of a nmidrnlr Iwurr ix my 4lv.u'n',
LAXVRENCE IJUNNE, lfll'4'fl'f'4' l7ifvlnnm
Dramatic Fluln '-H, '42,
Study is tln' om' thing in lifv to ln' a:'ux'4lrd,' juy, flu' um' thing tu ln' .wuffhlf
Z genm 5 '42
GENE HART, lfIm'ti'z'r liilvlnma
Junim'-Sn-niur l'I:ny '-42: Iiuys' Stun- '-ll.
'l'ln'rr ix rm fvixllmn lilu' fnUlL'm'.x.x.
PAT SEALS, lIISCOE , .X'rimlijir Iliflmuu
llzuul '38, '39, junior-Senior Play '-ll.
Thr only :my Io ham' a frivml ix In ln' ww.
JANIIC S.-XUNIJIERS, lilm-li:-I' lliplunm
.X'ln' :I-lm .v.'m'u.v u num will riff' tl munl.
NEl.I, FORRIS, Ifl1'vfi'z'r' llfplmnu
I.iIn':u'y Assislant '-ll.
And rirturx hail: xin' many morv, Ilmn I with pau Imllz xkill tn xlmcu,
EYELYN Rl'fllIfk'L'.-X UNLICY, lilm'Ii'z'4' lliffluuzu
Uuirl :mix xllv, but likml by ull.
MARTHA FR.-XNCICS RAINEY. lfl4'rfi1'1' llifvlnmu
Ilistrilmtive Emlucutlon Ulnh '4l, '-IE.
.S'ln' lun' .vu fr4'4', .ru kind, .vu uffi, xn lvlI'x.v4'd u IIIxfm,vi!iml.
CAI. CRANVIVORIJ, L'lu.v.vin1l Ilifvlmnu
Xu mlrut, but yr! u I'11ul'urh'r,
DON IIANAITEE, lflvrlffu' llffflmuu
I uullr:lll '30-'-II, Ili-Y '-ll.
lt ix yrml ubilfly In lu' ulvlv fa rolarval mu .v llI7I1l'fj'.n
CAROLYN COOPER, lfl4'4'Ii':'4' lllflllllllil
Girl Reserves '-I0-'42, 'I're:wurr.'r '-Ill. SccrL'!:n'y '-ll.
O lr! mr rm! a':v11.1'lf'.
BECKY ODEI.I., 1fl4'rfi'z'a' INPIUJIIU
llusketlmll '40-'42, Band '-Hg l'Iu-erlezuler '41, '42.
Hru'urr uf all, but nmstly luhruun' uf mrn.
ANNA BI.ANL'HE MILES, Ifluflifu' lliflnum
Girl Reserves '-ll, '42, Choir '41, '42, Ilrzlnmtic Club '-ll: Annual 'I'A'l'l.Hk
Her hair is likv tlw sunny hrumx, lwr vyrx, two In-amlvtx frum Hn' blur.
DORIS BIRIJSONG. Iilvrli-zu' Ilifluum
Iiusketlaull '40, '-ll.
.S'ln' trllx yan jlully what llvr nziml ix.
OSCAR HARRIS, JR., l'OI'L'ORN , lilvvtiw Iliplnzmr
Our luwx mum' ilu' flrxt Iimr, lvvttvr ilu' .vm'mld.
ERNEST REID, lfl4'vti'1'l' l7if'lnum
1 wunlml Nu' gmlx had made' lim' f'a1't:'ral,
aclavn Hi lu:
FRANK llAlRlJ, lfl1'rli'z'v lllfllllllll
Fmillxzill '30-'4l: 'l'r:ick '4llg lli-Y '30-'4Jg llnskrtluull '39, '-H11 ,l-1'lulv Xl .
ll'amuu llfAfl'lI 1 :uugf1'.v, f1mII.vl1 flu' mlm fvlm frlmxlx lu'r.
l2Il.I, IRRIIQN, .S'v1'f:1fifir ljlflflllltl
lfmutluill '41, Truck '4I. '42: llnskctlmll '41: -Ibfluln.
Thry ral 1'0l!1llH'7 71-Im lvf'li1':'4' Hwy run,
121.01513 ML'CAl.l.liN, lflm'li'f'4' 1117711111111
liirl liesviwvs '40-'i2: Annuxl 'l'.x'rl.l41k SUNY.
lt ix .vnrli 1 f'1'1'n' nf yum! lurk lu lu' ll1lfl1I'1Il.
ROSE lJAl.lC BARNES, l5l1'r'fl'7'K' llifvlunm
llirl liese-rvc-S '41, '-1.21 Vlmir '42.
l.f! IIN Inn' mfw, in fllix fun' y'11l'r1'xt 3-until.
lfMll.Y SHARP, lflvrlz'-zu' llihlunm
lnrl lim-sm-i'u's 441' 42. l'rc-snlmit 40: Annual 'l'A1'l.rik Stull' '41,
ll'lu'n fvux mwr lrruzrty lnlil nmrr than .vimflv Izmir! mul muiilvn nw1lr.vlAv.
Ol.:XMAlli lllQY:XN'l'-YUNlJlFl , lfl4'1'li'1'1' llliflllllllll
fliuir '41, Girl RusL'rx'L-s '30, '40,
Ihr llfllllfj' ix muufv bail.
lJlfK l.ll.lf, lfl1'1'f1'7'1' llifvlmlul
lin tu flu' mnllz, xlrlvrim' it, and it .vlmll lu' tlnimu'
l.lfROY ROIIICRTS, .S'1'if'11fiji4' Difvlmlm
Tl1H'v'.v num' in your html than u rnmll :wil lulsr mil.
JANE llARNli'l l', lflm'li1'r Ilifilnmu
Monthly 'I'A'rl.r:k Stuff '41, '-13.
l'c'an' and qu1'r't aw' our'.v y1n'utv.vt uxxf'l.v.
KATHRYN BIRMINGHAM, li,-XY . lfl1'4'ti':'4' llifflnnm
Thr truly lu'r1:'f' UYF .raft uf livurl nm! 1'-vm.
MARY KxX'lllllfRlNlC H lf:XlfX, C'lu.v.vi1'ul llifilnunl
Uh' '41 '47 Fill R scum '41 '47 flu
on: , -Q 1' ei f . -3 Vs-llxiy XXIII: ll, A. R. lmnurailrlc
lt 1H'l1't nu un' 11111113111 uf' your nmlvrrllu till it ruil:.v.
NORMA SHEARIN, lfl4'm'li'I't' llifllllllll
llrxinmtic l'1nlu '-1.25 Girl Reserves '-ll: ,lunim-r-Senior l'l:iy '-ll: llusketlmll '-11:
Tr1r.vl :mt 1. mrmg tlwy un' hiv nuluri' fuI.v1'.
JACK L'l.:XY, lflm'l1'7'1' llifluuln
'l'i':uisfer frfmi lluleyvillr lligll Sclwul. ll:ilL'yx'illi'. .Xl:Aln:ml:l. in '4l1: lfmntlxull
'40, '41, llaiskvtlmll '41, 'UQ .l-Vluli: 'l'c-imis '41, '4.Z.
'Tis lwitvl' fu I-1' lutr than m'r'1'r to glvt tllrn' ul ull.
VYAl.'l'l2R FINLEY, 1fl4'l'f1 Z'I' lliflnnm
llzmrl '41, '-121 Vhnir '41, '4.Zg 'l'r:uisfer from l':u'th:u:c High School, C':n'tli:v'v
Mississippi, in '41. ' .' N i
llv that lv1'urx1him.vrlf likv a grmztlrmuu ix rmrllz in ln' Iwru a g1'u!lf'nmu.
I gem, 5 '42
,IAMICS KlI.l.Ol'Cill. .S'i'ii'l1l1'fii' llifvlmuu
ll'l'r iuul :uixilmn rmlki' rl glrmt mam fll'A'1If.U
ADRIAN l'H.'XKlI1lfRS, .S'rii'nlijir liifvlnum
l?rr:'ari' ilu' fury uf all P1111-1'llf man
X X lll'.l.l'. L R.-NIM, l:lm'I:1'r lJIf'lUIll1I
.S'mull in xmllrn' lm! gfmwll in 1i'm'll1.
lllf'l l'Y .IUNPIC YOUNG, l:li'i'li:'i' Iiffvloum
filllill' '41, '-JJ: Girl lh-sc-rves '-ll, '-123 llrzinmtic Ulnlr '4l. '-12.
lx tlwrc iz lmart Ilia! musfr uummt mi'li. '
ll.-Xllll.'XlQ:X l'lllllS'l'Kl:XX, ll0l1l1Y , lf,A'1'li'Z'l' lllflllllltl
'l'lmr rmzy lsurp in .u'um'I, if mm uf tlwm un' dvuzl
llHYl.l.lS MICICKS, l:'li'1'fii'i' llliflvlllll
IJistril:utix'L- l':1lllC1lll011 Vluln '-ll.
llmzmht Ax frm:
lfYlfl.YN Nlfnxl. XY.-Xl.KlfR. lflm't1 :'i' lhifllflllltl
ll1:'1'm'ly full is .v1n'.
MARY ,IRAN l!l.Y'l'lllf. ,l.'XNlli . .Y1'l'l'llfffl4' 171731011141
llauul '30-'-ll: Girl liz-sm-i'vus 'Jil-'42, l'huir '41, '-ll: l':uuly Smnrl '41, '42, ll.
A. R. l'untm-slznil '42, llraunaitic l'lulx '-ll. 4.3: Xlmitlily 'l'.x'rI.r:k Stull '40, '-ll.
.Yutl:iu4r i'::.1'nri'.v Im! fu'r.v01m1 i11mlifir.v.
MAR'l'l1.fX CIlAMIlliRS, lf1m'li':'v Illhfllnlllu
'l'rauisfn-1' lrmn Ilrvsmlvn High Schnul, llresilcll, 'l'enm-sscc, in 'Mig llirl Reserxew
'40-'43, l'huir '41, '-1.2, Pep Squad '-ll.
Tu pity dixtrrxx ix but 1l'IH71l1Il,' In rvIim'r if is God-1ikr.
All.lilfN VVll.I.lS, 1flm'f1 :'r liipluum
liauml '30-'-1.23 l'huir '-42.
IIN 1'ul'n' um 1 1'A'I' mfr.
RYA MAY HUNT, Clilxsinzl Ilifvlulmz
Girl Reserves '40-'-1.2,
I.i'u1'v .vi'li'urr tn .mintxq I um llnnmu
lfV'l2l,YN SUE IIRUMMICI., lilcvtiiu' lJI.f'lUllItI
Clmir '-ll, '42, l'luss-Daly llistnriain '-12: l':m1ly Stzuul '-10.
I mnxt limgrlz mul Juum' mul xillgr, ynuth ix .vnrli u lu':'4'ly fllllllghu
MURRA'Y lill.l.l.-XM, .IKM .S1'fi':lIijii' l71'l'lullm
lli-Y '-ll: ll:iQkc'Iln:lll '-ll: liuys' Stain- '-ll.
I :would ruflwr br rigrht than In' l'rr'.r1'1lwrt. i
FRANK ll.-XMPSUX, lflv1'li't'i' l7if'10um
l n0tlmll '30-'41, 'Fyuck '-lll-'-1.2: Ilziskutlrzxll '40g Ili-Y '30-'-1.23 bl-l'lulx IW.
ll'urry llux lsillrzl DHUIVV u man-XVI:-v dl'z': '
LPAGE THIRTIE EN1
JAMES LEONARD SIMS. I7ROG-EYE . lflrrfiiw' llifvlmna
'l'r:lck '-403 Minh-l l'l:u1c Builder '-llg Distrilrutive l'illllCIl!l0ll l'0HYl'llfl0Il Dell-
,Vn1l1irrg1 ix mmm' foolixlr tlum foolish lanyllr4'r.
AI.I.IfN I'III.I. HIGHT, JR., UCASANOV.-X , lfI4'a'ti1'1' lliflnnla
Track '-10: Model Plane Builller '42: Monthly TATLI-IR Staff '-l2.
First law' is only a liltlr f00li5lllll'JS..'
M.-XR'l'IIfX SUE MOORE. lilnflifu' Hifvlomu
Girl Rc-serves '-ll, '42,
Tl1vy hail you ux tllvir murniuy xmr, lu'i'un.f4' yan un' Hu' way ,vnu mi
MARIE MARTIN, lflf'c'Ii1'v lflifflllllld
llusketlxall '40-'-O23 All-District '-ll, l'npt:1in '41, '-12.
lIr'r wifi' rms Mfr soft, gffutlr, low: -an 1'.rrf1la'ut thing: in funnmu.
IDA MAY VY,-XINllll.li, lfl4'rli1'v llijvlmuu
x'lCL l'I't'Slllt'lll nf llistrilrutivc liflllC1lll1Hl Clnln '41, '42,
Tn rvfurm 41 man you must lvvglin with Inix glmmlmnlIu'r.
l'.-XUl.lNl'f HIfl7l.lfY. IfIt't'fl 1't' liiflllllllll
'l'r:u1sfz-1' from Nzunpn lligh Schuul. Nampa. lrlzilw. in '-ll.
A iluinly- littlr maid uml shy.
ALICE MAXINIC ANDERSON, lfli'4'li'1'i' lIil'lnum
Girl Reserves '-1.2.
l'l l1at .vfi'm't dcligrllt u quit! lifi' nf7ordx.
DOROTHY VENICE LONDON, C'la.r.vifal Ilifvlnma
D, A. R, hmmrnlxle mention.
.-I maid of flfflfl' and i'UYPlPll'ft' maii'.vty.
BARBARA LORRAINE POUNDS, lfI0i'Ii'z'v Diploma
1.rt HX low' mm' in our ynutfi :vlwn low' ran find u full and fond rrturu
l1lCT'I'Y JANE REID, lflm'Ii'z'v fiifllllllll
Our 'witlx man- of .mul in lrcr fncr than 'tunnis on hrr tangruvf
JUNE MQAMURRY, 151.-I-ml, Iliplmua
l.iln':n'y Assistant '-H. '-82.
Tn hr fvixr aml law is hardly glranlrd to ilu' grads ahm'r.
ANNIITTE MCCLARAN, 1511 fliffr' Iliplnnm
Kfhnir '40, '-Hg llrzmunic f'll1ll '-ll. '423 'l'.u'l.mi Stull' '41,
llwrr'.v my .virrngfill and my 1i'1'al:m'.v:, yvuts -I Iuwd Hmm until thry luwil mrf'
-IIMMY I HIl.PO'l', lfl4'l'll'1'l' Uilvlnlnu
Ili-Y '-103423 Truck '39-'42g Xliuli-l I'lnm- Iluililcr 'UQ Class-Day Joker: lluys
State '-ll: Fxlmly Stxmfl '-l2.
Hr :vim li:'1'.v Qi-itlraut folly is :mf .vu :visc ax lu' l7?ldjll'Il4'.Y
ARTHUR STEGALI., Si'ic'utifit Difvlmrm
Fuotlmll '40, '4l5 ,I-Cluh: Ili-Y '-80. '-ll.
Teil mr how to :uno tlzvr, lair.
Nfllilhlfhl. l.lflf l'llll.l.lPS, lflm'll'z'1' lllfilnllm
ll4' lcrmr.-.f NIHUII, lm! .vllyx li!tl4'.
.IOIQ HHNSON, lflm'll zu' llifvlmrm
lfimtlmll '40, '-Hg llnsketlmll '-Il. '42: 'I'r:insler from l'opc High School '40.
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in '.l'Pg Mmxllily il'X'l'lliN Stull' 'Jig l'cp Squaul '41,
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Girl Reserves '4l.
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IQUNICE NORTON. .S'rim1lijir Ilifvluum
Girl Rvsi-rves '40-'-ll. Secretary '4ll: linskethnll '42: Vhuir '40, '-ll: Mnrlel Plane
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Girl Reserves '41, '425 Pep Squzul '-ll.
Sim duurnv likr an flIljll'1.'.
JUNE JOHNSON, lflvrriw llifilvma
Choir '-ll. '4Z: llnsketlmull '-ll, '-4.23 junior-Senior Play '41, '42g Ilrnmntic Club
'4l. '-4.2: Girl Reserves '-U.
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Uhoir '-ll: Girl Reserves '41,
.-l .rmllr tu ull lll'l'llgl.Y many fril'ml.v.
Jack on High School :
1l'allrr I 'Hl1't l Zt'00l1
llear friends of jackson High School:
It is my privilege to welcome you to the class day exercises of the largest graduating class
in the history of Jackson High School. If we were forced to close with the emphasis on only the
numerical value of the class, our comment might not he of any great importance.
Hut we are happy to present to you character and efficiency. The ideals and standards of
life and conduct held during high school days hy the membership of this class are lofty and in-
lntellectually the class of '42 is second to none. lf you will pause and consider the grades
made hy our valedictorian, our salutatorian, and our essayist, you will find that they are pre-
eminent. The work done in the classroom and in the extra-curricular activities hy the total mem-
hership of the class will testify to the efhciency of hoth teachers and pupils.
The dry hooks with which we have struggled almost in vain have more than once left us
stranded on the parching sands of no man's land. VVe, wretched ones, Finally survived lililgfl-IIITS
l'rogrr'.r.v and Illill on the Flosx, a feat which persuaded us that we are invincible. For the con-
venience of all future seniors, we suggest that short summaries of these hooks he placed in the
lihrary at their disposal.
In spite of all our trials and tribulations we have today reached the highest rung of the high
school ladder of success.
Looking hack over the long way that we have come, we find the years filled not only with
arduous lahor hut with the joys of accomplishment and the pleasures of companionship.
XVith deep appreciation of your interest in us. l am indeed happy to present to you the
jackson lligh School graduating class of 1942.
.1-. C1444 bag dcti itieA
OUR FOUR STHR GC-INEIRHL
Ol'lIfIilIll.' .-lllrrrf Slouc, Jr.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Classmates:
On these friendly Fields are sown the seeds that on other fields in other days, will bring
These are the words of a man, noted for his heroism and ability of performing what some
people might class as the impossible. He is General Douglas MacArthur, Chief of Staff of the
United Armed Forces in the Far Iiast. MacArthur spoke these immortal words in a locker room
to a group of young cadets struggling to win a football victory. lXlacArthur has always advocated
and practiced this policy, and through his great intellectual and physical labors he has become
America's man of the hour. The General's great ability is easily explained in his life story.
Douglas lNlacArthur was born in l880 of very distinguished parents. His father was an army
officer with a splendid military record, bearing the nick-name, The Boy Colonel of the VVest.
At this time the lNlacArthurs were stationed in Little Rock, Arkansas. and later they were trans-
ferred to New Mexico, where young Douglas was baptized in battle by an Indian attack.
After graduating from VVest Point in 1903. MacArthur served as an aide to his father in
japan and to President Theodore Roosevelt in Washington.
Upon the outbreak of the first world war he suggested the formation of the famous Rain-
bow Division. consisting of troops from every State in the Union. He was placed in command of
this division. thus becoming the youngest division commander of the war.
A short time after the Armistice, MacArthur was appointed connnandant of VVest Point.
At the age of fifty he was made Chief of Staff of the United States armies, thus becoming the
youngest full general in American history. As early as 1933 MacArthur foresaw the present con-
flict and appealed desperately for a great National Defense Program.
In 1935 General MacArthur went to the Philippines as military adviser and started a ten
year defense program after which the Philippines would gain their independence. ln july, 1941
President Roosevelt called MacArthur back into the service to command our Far Eastern armies.
Upon the outbreak of the war MacArthur was in a desperate position. but with his small band
of men he defended the city of Manilla very gallantly. Because of overwhehning odds he was
forced to evacuate the city and set up defenses on Bataan, where he dealt the enemy some very
costly blows before he was ordered to Australia to take command of the combined Australian and
The sixty-two year old General is now faced with the problem of holding Australia and
then regaining, step by step, the ground that fell before the ruthless onslaught of the deceitful
Japanese. In other words he is the man in the clriver's seat: and as you know, he is a very capable
driver. ln order to accomplish this goal he must and shall have the wholehearted support of the
American people. who must keep his life line open and flowing with tanks, guns. clothes, food. and
last but not least. a great American spirit.
cle on Hi In School
.Yue Brinnmcl Jllarllza Ncllc Parlmm
Colne all you Seniors, whoever you may be,
I hope you'll pay attention and listen to me.
It's all about the Senior Class, so loyal and so true,
The class that's graduating in 1942.
When we organized our class, we chose a president
He was no other than Walter Lee Underwood.
And NValter lfrankland, a very fine scout,
XVas made vice-president to help the other Walter out.
Sara Ann Traughber, who always has a date,
Became our secretary and kept the record straight.
ln financial matters we had no care at all
Because, you see, our treasurer was Willie Matt VVall.
.-Xl ,Iunior High in '39 we organized a club,
llelped at the candy stand, and edited The Cub.
NYe had a big banquet and told the school goodbye:
NVe then became Sophomores at jackson Senior High.
ln 1940 we made a lot of noise:
lYe learned to fool the teachers and to Hirt with
XVe organized the Girl Reserve, the finest in the land,
.Xnd some of us won places in the High School Band.
XX'e struggled with equations: we wrestled with the
NYe made up good excuses: but Latin got us down,
Vte waded through our book reports, as dry as dry
And the dates that we remembered were not those of
XXX- fought the x's, and took a lot of cuts,
And Commercial Law almost drove us nuts.
Business Arithmetic our ambition seemed to quench.
But our mourning really started when we took French.
Typing gave us the jitters: bookkeeping made us sore,
And Ok.'s from the othce-we found them quite a
XYe majored in dramatics and never seemed to tire,
And some of us were singers in the A Cappella Choir.
XVe did our bit in football, we helped the Red Cross,
But physics and geometry, they threw us for a loss.
Stella NYhite was selected on the All-District Team,
And jack Cole was the hero of every maiden's dream.
For the boys out for track who needed inspiration,
Billy Brien and Frank Hampson were quite a sensa-
For they showed the other boys just the right ap-
Because Billy and Frank were our track coaches.
NVhen we became Seniors in September '41,
VVe knew our year of triumph had at last begun,
VVe gave some time to study-we gave more time to
And we looked ahead continually to Graduation llay.
We rushed around the whole year through,
And had a hard time getting themes when due.
We stayed as busy as busy could be
And were in trouble from eight-thirty till three.
But when it comes to talent, our class is of the best.
Katherine Bond wrote a sonnet, and won the poetry
Then came the junior-Senior play, which required
And june Johnson was the miss who won the leading
W'hen we think of foreign languages, our heads are
inclined to swell,
Because three of the French students have done so
Medals and certificates were the rewards of their
And so to Patricia, Martha, and VVillie Matt go our
A credit course was added to count toward graduation:
It was called, the class in Distributive Education,
Of salesmanship and purchasing the class learned more
But jasper jones continued to run his own store.
We wrote a lot of notes and popped a lot of gum:
We anxiously waited for Graduation Day to come.
We studied and we played until, now that it's here:
VVe hate to leave a school that we hold so dear.
Since December 7 our thoughts to war have turned,
And fervent patriotism in every heart has burned.
We've been saving waste materialsg we've been buying
That the class of 1942 is out for Victory.
I hope all you people who have listened this far
Have found what a wonderful class we are.
Our faith is very strong: our hearts are very true,
Three cheers for the class of 1942!
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CLHSS DHY POEIII1
Time: Forty Years Hence.
Scene: Home of the Misses Armstrong and Shearin.
Norma Shearin: Carol Elizabeth! Look what I just ran across while I was cleaning out the attic!
Carol Armstrong: What it is, dear? You know I can't see that far.
Norma: It's the 1942 Senior Edition of the TATLI-LR. That was the year we graduated, if you remember.
Carol: Remember, dear! Why, it seems as if it were only yesterday. You and I were Class Poets.
Norma: I had almost forgotten that important fact. Don't you remember when Miss Etheridge told us
we were to be the poets and we nearly had convulsions? Neither one of us had ever written a stitch of poetry.
Carol: Oh: but we overcame our supposedly insurmountable task.
Norma: And the result was a niayiiffirrnt piece of work!
Carol: Find our masterpiece and let's read it again.
U what joy. what delightful bliss
As we Seniors arrive at glorious Commencement Day.
But wait: VVhat's this?
A tinge of stifled remorse creeping into the way?
At the end of what seemed to most of ns four toil-
Can there be any room for tears?
Yes. there is room for tears.
For toil hasn't dominated most of those years.
VVe've had fun, and more fun.
Our tinge of remorse comes in that the race is run:
Our greatest joy, revelling in knowledge of a job well
Our High School days so dear have passed:
We turn our faces toward future toils more vast:
But as we go, may we think of what a school is ours
May her standards soar to heights above!
ln our hearts her memory we shall cherish
And suffer our love for her to never perish.
We're grateful to the teachers who have guided us
along the way:
We honestly hope to meet most of them in Heaven's
class room some day.
And now, of our great lot of Seniors, we'll mention
just a few,
Though they're r-:Wynne true blue!
Frank tPunchyl Baird, what a man is he-
Barrel chest and wasp waist, he'll always our Flash
Ellen Eagle, a friend all the while,
She made the whole place bright with her smile.
Morgan McDonald in his zoot suit,
On Senior Day really did look cute.
Many's the time Janie Saunders has written for the
autograph of the leader of a band,
Maybe some day she'll hold the baton in her own
Jack Fitzgerald, a veritable Tarzan is he
Besides being an Einstein in Chemistry.
Mary jean Blythe, D. A. R. contestant was she.
A well-loved, dignified school teacher she's sure to be.
Cedric johnson, football star, prexy of Hi-Y.
And on his becoming a grand M. D. you can rely.
Mary Alice Hair, appearance so striking-
Blue eyes, and black curls are both to our liking.
Bill Brien, a very fine track star,
Cnr best pole vaulter by far.
Martha Nell Parham in Kenneth D., it seems,
Has found the ideal of all her dreams.
Lorraine Pounds, with her quaint way,
Is never in need of a sweet word to say.
Adrian Chambers, sober and quiet as can be-
He'll amount to something. wait and see.
llesides Adrian. Ernest Reid. quiet in a friendly sort
ls another one that'll amount to something some day.
Vt'e've always heard that beauty and brains don't go
Ilut Mary Katherine Hearn has breezed through four
years of Latin as lightly as a feather.
XVe can picture Elizabeth Ann Terry with ten children
pulling on her apron strings:
At any rate. we'll wait and see what the future brings.
Don Hanafee, our class's Romeo,
Is mosltly seen with jean C., his O. A. O. tone and
In High School's basketball Hall of Fame
Will be written Marie Martin's name.
Sarah Anne Lankford, who's really got the glamour.
Says she's going to Hollywood to compete with
Joe Benson, roly poly and cherubic,
Ifor the best-natured red-head, he's our pick.
Sarah Darling, pretty
VVe'll tell you honestly, she's hard to beat.
Howell Morgan has become quite a filly
Since the distant days of junior High.
Emily jones is a lass
But . . . Well, things
Richard Douglass has
Than in fixing in his
Ida Mae VVamble's
But that she's a reall
'l'here's one who has
whom you'd studious deem
aren't just what they seem.
spent more of lns time gaddmg
mind some knowledge sound.
chief characteristic we haven't
y swell girl. there's no doubt.
acquired great tame
In scouting: Robert Moody VVilliams is his name.
Sara Ann Traughber is always seen with admiring
boys at her side.
And you can bet those suitors are her joy and pride.
Emily Sharp seems to take fun
In capturing the hearts of everyone.
Dorothy Clemons. Mrs. Stevens' pet.
Has been a fine friend to all she's met.
And Cal Crawford, too, with his cheeks so pink,
Is a Latin student who really can think.
Annie Laurie George
who'll come a'runnin' if Laurie
Filled to the brim with pep. this damsel small.
And last but certainly not least:
If you see a fellow
who seems half cross-eyed and
If they call him Duck, and girls, if he winks at you.
May we express our pride
That we are sitting side by side
Seniors as you
The sparkling class of '42,
Jack on Hi lc Sclwvl
P R O P H S C Y
Sara Ami Traughbcr-Jimmy Williams
Place: Madame X, 1.3, 13th Street, Seancecr. Com-
mune with the spirits or your money back.
Time: 2002 A. D.
Class mate 1: Who's that old man?
Classmate 2: That's Methuselah Williams, they
used to call him jimmy-jimmy Williams.
M. Number 13, 13th Street. Yep! That's it.
Don't see how spirits 'hide that kind of music though.
Now, boogie-woogie back in '42-that was .ru-mpin'.
Seems like young folks now-a-days ain't got no ear
for music a-tall.
Voice: jimmy Williams, did I hear you using a
double negative in that sentence?'l
M. No, ma'aml I mean, yes ma'aml CLooks all
around.l This place gives me the creeps. I thought
sure I heard Miss Anna's voice.
Madame: Come in, Mr. Methuselah. What can
I do for you today? Never mind--I can read your
mind. You want to commune with the spirit of the
class of l942.
M. Madamel That would be impossible. The
spirit of the graduating class of 1942 can never die:
it will live on and on and on and-
Madame: All right, all right, but if you would
like to hear about all your old classmates, I'm sure I
can contact the spirit of one of the chununier mem-
bers of the faculty who would know all about them.
And don't keep looking behind you-there's nothing
to get creepy about. for he is as always. such a jolly
good fellow. Now, just sit quietly, please. while I
get my mind in a receptive state to call upon the
spirits. Ah! I seem to be in a fair little city far
away in the deep south. Now. I seem to be on a hill
where stands a yellow brick building. I am creating
a receptive atmosphere to lure this spirit from the
shades of the past.
M. Yes, Madame, that's old jackson High School.
Madame: Ahl At last a spirit approaches: be
salutes me: he is a very blythe spirit. Hail, blythe
spirit, this old man would like to hear of the suc-
cesses and disappointments of his fellow-classmates
of 1042. tHe seems most co-operative and willing.l
He says that first. he would like to commend you for
great achievement as the best wood-whittler in Madi-
M. Thank you.
Martha Daniel led a tragic life. After being un-
successful in love, she began to advise the love lorn.
Iglow she has come to be known as Love's Ole' Sweet
Arthur Stegall chose as his life's work modeling,
after he won the Grace Gaut Contest. His success
was due to his manly form and unexcelled grace.
For fifteen years Annette McClaran ruled as
queen of Hollywood. After becoming a physical
and Financial wreck, because of her social activity.
she retired from the screen.
Your class president. Walter Underwood, was
m.arried and settled down. He seems to be leading
a verv Jolley life.
VValter Finley led the life of a composer. H's
masterpiece, Finley's Concerto in Broken Cords
remained unplayed until twenty years later, when
someone mended the cords.
Ida Sellers couldn't get away from her daily rou-
tine, so she began teaching the technique of Canzlvus-
ology to all college students.
Jack Clay became one of the greatest inventors of
bis day. His invention of the wordless book won
him world-wide acclaim.
Walter Frankland for many years held the title of
World Heavyweight Championship. His ar'm's-
strong, I have been told.
Helen Taylor was a movie actress. and after the
premiere of her First picture, Helen's Last Stand,
her fame was permanently established.
Martha Sue Moore was a school teacher. After
teaching for forty years, she had pulled out all of
her hair, so now she is a model for the Baldy, Baldy
Robert King led the life of a landscape gardner.
After his finishing the Hanging Gardens, which were
fifty years in the making, they collapsed. Because of
the lack of self-control he retired to the local insane
Betty june Young was a great opera singer. She
reached high C three times and sang .llmiainc Buffer-
fly so many times that she sprouted wings.
Frank Hampson is living the hard life of a farmer.
VVhen asked if he was raising a Victory Farm. he
replied that it all depended on who was victorious-
himself or the grass.
Martha Mallory became a Red Cross nurse. After
serving twelve years in foreign service, she was mar-
ried and is now serving for the rest of her natural
life on the home front.
Arthur Johnson lived the life of a hermit. During
his long periods of solitude, he devised a new method
of twiddling thumbs, called the square methodfl It
is now being taught in all the schools for future use.
Dee Doyle is a sculptor. Her last work, The
Soldier, was so lifelike that it was drafted.
Katherine Birmingham spent her life teaching the
senior high school girls her only accomplishment,
which was sewing a straight seam.
Evelyn Neal Walker was very successful in con-
ducting a nurses' training college. She guaranteed to
each girl at least one soldier.
Mary Mallory was a beauty parlor operator. Her
crisp-brown hair do's and peanut-butter facials won
her fame and fortune.
In spite of Maxine Anderson's small stature her
ability to throw anybody for a loop made her a
wrestling star of no little renown.
Betty .lane Reid was a darling airline hostess. All
the men said to her, I don't want to fly without you.
Vydele Craig was a news commentator and became
known as Walter Winchell's headache. V ydele.
they say. had a pass-key to every key-hole Winchell
jimmy Philpot is still a comedian. His jokes are
so corny that they are being used to make up for the
Colleen Jolley is the first lady of the land. the wife
of the president himself. She always was one for
Mary Elizabeth Rushing is the announcer for the
Black and White Store. Buy your red flannels at
the Black and White Store. They keep you warm:
Loretta Campbell, who could always break down
an argument with an apt and wisely-chosen scrip-
ture, became a great woman evangelist.
Barbara Boyd modeled airplanes at Lockheed. And
we always thought that .rhr would be the model.
Evelyn Onley was employed twenty years in try-
ing to accomplish her purpose, namely to reduce. Her
motto is: Drink Welch's Grape Juice to keep that
slim, trim figure.
Rose Glynn, who always gets her man, was made
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The sun drenched beach sloped gently down
To meet the ever rushing sea.
The palm trees whispered in the breeze
A soft appealing lullaby.
Perhaps I dozed-Tho' I confess
l've never really thought I did-
Iiut all at once before me stood
The frightful shade of Captain Kid,
He drew a dagger from his sash
And fixed me with a wicked lear
And in a rusty voice he croaked
.-Xvast wench-get thee gone from here
I've come to fetch a treasure chest
Ye shall not mark the spot I dig-
I stared at him-and he was gone.
Now this may have all been a dream,
But buried in the sand-not deep-
l found this ehest-So if it were
A dream, l'must be still asleep.
Well, look I have found
A bag of luck, isn't that slick?
We'll certainly be needing some around,
So take it now. Aileen. it'll do the trick
MAGGIE RUTH CHAMBERS
For Maggie Ruth I have this pack
Of Victory Garden Seeds
So she can plant a garden and
Supply the nation's needs.
M Aiern A Cnook
Since Martha Crook adores her French,
To her I give this Fleur cle Lys-
For her to keep in memory ot
The France that used to be.
MARTIIA FRANCES HARIus
To Martha Frances I present
Dark glasses-It occurs to us
That if she wears them, they will make
Her big brown eyes less dangerous.
Since our Lavelle has always been
As quiet as a Inouse,
We have for her a bell to ring
To let us know she's in the house.
Colleen, in case you ever want
Like Garbo to grow tall,
I give to you a pair of stilts.
Watch out, now, don't you fall!
Nell Forbis, we all know
Your beauty isn't fake,
And so for that, my dear,
We'll see you take the cake.
A. M. PonNIIs
And for you, Jr. Pounds,
After we had shopped around,
We could think of nothing better
Than the heart of Lucyetta.
William Bolton, here's a song,
And I don't think I'm wrong
To say the reason that I bring it
Is I know that you can sing it.
Bobby, here's a sword,
And this is what it's for-
'I'o cut the heads from off the Japs
When you get in the war.
HII.I.v Bon Mosizv
To brunettes or to blonds
Does your fancy run?
VVell, anyway, we have them both-
Just pick your favorite one.
I'Iere's a Fine bicycle
I give it all to you.
I know Frank H. will just adore it-
It's a bicycle built for two.
BETTIE JANE EvANs
In this treasure chest I've found
A pair of tap shoes so renowned
They'll dance the wearer straight to fame
And in lights they'll write her name.
For giving girls the brush-off
You're especially designed,
So here's a broom-and adhesive tape-
ln case you change your Inind.
With so many girls you seem to rate
I shudder to think how you keep them all straight
So here's a red book for phone numbers and dates
Now you've not an excuse to forget or be late.
Sweets to the sweet's a hackneyed phrase
That all my life l've been a hearin!
lt's proper to-day because
This candy bar's for Norma Shearin.
Both day and night there're certain things
That June McMurry has to know,
So to help her keep in touch
Here's a two-way radio.
BI-ZTTIE DAVIS AND REBECCA PEGRAM
Bettie and Becky, we've been told
That you adore to skate around,
So we've picked two special pairs
That will never let you down.
CLIFTON VAN TREESE
A true treasure is this plane,
And we know you love to fly:
So we saved it just for you
To keep you flying high.
Celeste approves of busy hands,
So from the chest we take these strands
So that, instead of idly sitting,
She can always be a knitting.
JESSII-I LEE JoHNsoN
For Jessie Lee it's hard to find
A gift that Ineasures with her mind,
And so for her this pencil brown
With which to jot her reveries down.
For Evalyn Mason I have here
A looking glass so she can peer
At her reflection there and say,
Rita Hayworth, you look swell today.
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acl: on High School
C L H S S UJ I L L
Mary Kaflzrrine HPHVII-IfUI'l'li0f Brnfmi
fTwo workmen are busy tearing out the bricks of the last floor of the High School when the followiil
conversation takes place.J
Do you think we'll ever get through tearing this old High School down?
VVell, l don't know, but here is the last brick in the floor.
Look down there in the basement! See those to1nbstones!
There must be at least twenty! VVonder what that piece of paper is that's tied to the big tombstone F
lt looks like some sort of a document. Let's read it. tThey read the will.J
We the graduating class of 1942, jackson High
School, jackson, Tennessee, while we are still per-
fectly conscious of our every act and wish, do hereby
make and prepare for publication our last will and
testament, hereby revoking all former wills made by
To the teachers. the faculty of jackson High School,
we bequeath our good attitude, our willingness to co-
operate, and our lockers full of notes which were very
useful to us on test.
To the juniors we leave our sense of superiority
:long with much good advice which we realize will
never be taken.
To the young and inexperienced children of the
Sophomore class we will our broken rules, flimsy ex-
cuses, good alibis, and ability to get out of work.
To all the future generations we leave these twenty
tombstones, monuments to our teachers, whom you
fortunately will never know. CWorkmen: Why, that's
what those tombstones were for-this was the class
that shot all the teachers ll
Mallet Barron falls heir to Bill Hammonds' curly
locks along with the curlers that he uses every night
to keep them looking lovely.
jimlny Atterbury leaves his weekly day-off to
Alice Exum leaves her cute little brother to Mary
Katherine Bond grants her beautiful baby face to
To any of the love-stricken students of the junior
or Sophomore classes Wilma Berryman leaves the
letters that she regularly receives from Montgomery
with the hope that they will be of some help in writ-
ing sweet love notes.
Mary Anile Gillman bequeaths her blond land we
do mean blond! curls to Helen Smith.
jack Voegeli leaves his quaint swagger to joe Bur-
ton fSuper-Boyj Williams along with his ability as
a football hero.
Inez Thompson wants jeanne Cashon to have her
becoming blushes and her dimples to do with them as
she sees Fit Caccording to the dictates of her own
The boys of the junior class are willed Pat Seals'
long winter underwear to Fight over for Senior Day.
Olamaie Cundilf bestows her ability to get around
upon Vivian Quarles.
Martha jane jones leaves her trap that she used to
catch her man to anyone who needs one.
Homer Guy is named the heir to Harry Talking-
ton's manly physique.
Dorothy Deen Person bequeaths to Dilly Gold-
smith and Ray Nell Seavers her Latin books with
no regrets whatsoever.
William Dawson wills his influence over all the
teachers to Paul Burkeen.
Believing that this is the straightest road to success
on the basketball team, june johnson bestows her in-
Huence with Mr. Muse upon Angeline Barnes.
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Oscar Harris wishes Charles Hoover to have his
ever-present bow ties and his jitter-bug walk.
To anyone who thinks he or she can copy it-
Anita Burnette bequeaths her very unusual walk.
Leroy Roberts names Windsor VVilder to his bash-
fulness, intelligence and stuclious habits.
Carolyn Cooper requests that her way with the
football team be left to Birdie Wade.
'l'o his children Dick Lyle leaves a house by the
school just in case his car doesn't last forever.
Geraldine Yeargain receives Eva Mai Hunt's ability
to slip in Miss Hearn's fifth period Latin class, and
we all hope that she does as well with it as Eva Mai
james Killough bequeaths to Tommy Stedman his
ability to speak Spanish.
To Nancy Bumpus, jane Barnett wills her love for
Sincerely believing that dancing is good for the
physique as well as the figure, Martha Barnes espe-
cially wants George Whitehorne to have her ability
to trip lightly on the dance floor.
Leonard Sims has requested that Nick XValler have
his graduating ability.
Elizabeth Holt and Charlene Mays leave their cute
come-hither looks to Anne Herryhill and Betty june
Wayne. Use with care, girls!
Kenneth VVooten wills his ability to live through
four years of Latin to any one who is sucker enough
to take it.
To Tootsie Sherrod, Stella White leaves her gun
with the express desire that she may make a profitable
Thomas Miller bequeaths his dis-ability to evade
Mr. johnson to Billy Shelton with this prayer, May
Heaven help him.
Mary Sue Melson requests that Kent Monypeny
have her quiet. timid personality.
To Lonnie Emerson, Robert Raper wills his supe-
rior intelligence with the provision that he use it to
the best advantage.
That the good work may continue. Phyllis Meeks
wishes R. li. Butts to have her studious ways.
Rosalyn Foster asks that her sunny smile and sweet
disposition go to Martha Ann Hill.
To Marjorie Herron, Martha Chambers bequeaths
her primping technique.
Eunice Norton bequeaths her loud mouth to Gene
Forrester in order that he may be heard above the
roar of the crowd at football games.
Trusting that this will shall not be contested by
anyone who was remembered. but that it shall be
probated as written: we do now appoint our Class
President, Walter Lee Underwood, as executor of this,
our last will and testament. In witness whereof, we
do now set our seal on this the 29th day of May, 1942.
Mary Katherine Hearn, Attorneys-at-Law.
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Miss Anna: Have you ever read 'To a Mouse?
Murray Gilliam: No, how do you get 'em to
Gloria Filderman: And is the straw to keel your
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Soldier: No, ma'am, it's to rest the jaws after
answering foolish questions.
Geneva Hannnonds: That hat's a nice fit. isn't
Charles VVilliams: Yeah, but what if m ear. ff t
pn y Q he'
Louise Eagle: You mean to tell me you kissed
xvllill' Matt Niall: No, I closed my eyes.
Barbara Christman: So you met your girl at the
night club? My! that must have heen romantic.
Charles Dennison: Roma11tic nothing-she thought
I was working at the oFIice.
Eloise McCallen: VVhy are you walking up the
stairs so slowly?
Ed Poole: I'm carrying this chair up-stairs for
Eloise: I don't see any chair.
Ed: Well, whatta you know--I forgot that chair.
Helen Tomlinson: Do you know where little boys
and girls go who smoke?
Mary Stallcup: Yes, behind the Gym.
Tucky johnston at 29: Give me a man that's
good, and kind, and true.
At 30: Give me a man.
Patricia Prichard: You're the nicest boy I've
Albert Stone: Oh! Tell it to the Marines.
Pat: I have-to dozens of them.
Dorothy London twishing to stress the high death
ratejz Every time I breathe, someone dies.
Anna Blanche Miles: Why don't you try Lister-
NancynGlisson: That's a cute little bow tie you
have on. , .JA
Joe Cox: Yeah, I saw it in a catalogue.
Nancy: You mean you ordered it?
NVill Hays Roberts texplaining problem to W. G.
Curriel : And now we find that x is equal to zero.
VV. G.: Goshl All that work for nothing.
Mr. Rukavina fpointing to cigarette butt in the
lockerl: Is that yours? '
Stanley Frye: No Sir. you saw it first.
Mr. Hirdsong: Daughter, I won't have that new
lvoy friend of yours kissing you like that,
Doris: Give him time, father. He'll learn.
Martini Frances Rainey: Were you surprised
when you got the nomination?
Mary June Seavers: I'll say! My acceptance
speech nearly fell out of my hand.
Sylvia Allen: Have you ever taken chloroform?
Ilecky O'Dell: Nope-who teaches it?
Aaron Lee Boren fstopping the carl: I think I
have a flat tire.
Rose Dale Barnes: VVell, that makes us about
First Senior: I hear that Thomas Jordan has
stopped going with that Sophomore girl.
Second Senior: Yes, it was love at first sight-
but he took a second look.
Elizabeth Smith was asked whether she preferred
wealth or appearance in a man. Appearance, was
the reply, and the sooner the better.'
Normal Lee Phillips: Did the traffic cop call you
a 'blockhead', Max ?
Max Forbis: No. He just said. 'Pull your hat
down: the woodpeckers are comingf
Gene Hart was riding along at sixty miles an hour
when a policeman yelled for him to stop. Instead of
stopping, he speeded up. When the cop at last caught
up with him. he said, Why didn't you stop when I
yelled at you?
Oh, was that you? asked Gene unconcernedly, I
thought it was somebody I ran over.
Lament by Albert Asa Stone, Jr.
Latin is a language dead,
As dead as it can be,
First, it killed the Romans,
Joe: Naw, I cut it out and glued it on my shirt. And now, it's killing me.
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P R O P H E2 C Y
tfontinued from page 203
an honorary member of the Northwest Mounted
Police. They now wear green coats instead of the
traditional red-to set off her lovely red hair. Some
influence. I'd say.
Because of her lovely and fresh complexion. Edna
Earle Harrier's picture adorns the labels of the va-
rious cosmetic jars and bottles in the boudoirs of
Wlilliani Hawk had ambitions to be an avaitor. but
after his solo-flight, gave it up and began driving a
hearse for a local funeral home.
Madame: Methuselah. the spell-is broken. l am
no longer in a receptive mood to commune with the
Methuselah: Ah, madame! I ani deeply grateful
to you and to this spirit who has brought such glad
tidings from my old classmates. I must say that they
all lived up to my expectations and I'm sure. txr-
rvvaifrl those of their teachers.
G I F T O R I H N
Icontinued from page Zll
Frances Powell, essayist,
Has a voice that's soft, though that's not wrong.
Here's an amplifier of the best
To take her message to the throng.
To hitch your wagon to a star
Here's a piece of rope,
And that someday youlll reach your goal
You have all our hope.
I-Iere's a laurel. Harold, to place upon your brow.
XYe know that you deserve it,
So. along with all your knowledge now,
Remember and preserve it.
Carol loves a uniform IUpon a man, 'tis truel
So from this chest I take the best,
A VV:-st Point lad who'll pass the test
In Olive Drab or Blue.
Now Harrietis a whiz in books,
And very few compare in looks,
Ilut-well, here's a Little Ben
To route her out 'fore half-past ten.
So quietly does John Hall speak
He'd scarcely drown a monse's squeak.
So from the chest, I make this choice
A niegaphone to save his voice.
Since for defense our tires must go
To armies here and overseas.
To jasper Jones we give this cart
So he can make deliveries.
Dorothy is a versatile miss
VVho is always quite busy at that or at this:
So I give her this program in hopes that it may
Assist in arranging her work and her play.
H' MERCER PRESS JACKSON TENN
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