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XVILLIAM MeLESKY PHILLIPS
Junior Red Cross Council '41, 42, '43,
'44, Hi-Y Club '41, '42, '43, '44, Yol-
unteer Boys' State '43, Junior Rotarian
'44, Annual TATLER Staff, Older Boys'
Camp of The American Youth Founda-
tion Conference '4-4, Class Day Activi-
ties. Philosophy: "Obedience is not the
mark of a slave-it is an important qual-
ity in leadership."
Transferred from McKenzie High
School, McKenzie, Tennessee '43,
Choir '43, Girl Reserves '44, Dis-
tributive Education Club '43, '44,
Philosophy: "Beauties in vain their
pretty eyes may roll, rharms strike
the sight. hut merit wins the soul."
THERESA CHARLYNE RICKS
Candv Stand "43, '44, Typing Medal
'43, Girl Reserves '44. Philosophy:
"Turn your fare toward the .run and
the shadows will ever fall hehind."
ANNIE JIM GOODWIN, "Jimmie"
Choir '42, Distributive Education
Club '44, Girl Reserves '42, '44,
Surgical Dressings '44, Philosophy:
"Let your ronsrienre he your guide."
REGINA HORNER, "Gena"
Transferred from Rutherford High
School, Rutherford, Tennessee '42,
Girl Reserves '44. Philosophy:
"Speak low, if you speak of love."
MONA RUTH HARRIS
Distributive Education Club '44,
Girl Reserves '42, '44, Band '43,
Choir '41, '42, Class Day Prophet.
Philosophy: "Follow the American
Plan, eat all you ran."
HORACE J. COYNE
Football '42, '43, Basketball '43,
'44, Hi-Y Club '44, Volunteer Boys'
State '43. Philosophy: "Happy-go-
luthy, carefree and gay. What else
more fitting rould we say?"
JAMES ALFRED PHILLIPS
Junior Red Cross Council '-ll, '42, '43,
'4-lg Hi-Y Club :41, 42, '43, '44, Vol-
unteer Boys' State '43, Junior Rntarian
'43, Annual TATLI-In Staff, Olde" Boys'
Camp of The American Youth Founda-
tion Conference '-H, Class Day Activi-
ties. Philosophy: "It is great ability
to he able to conceal one's ability."
FRANCES JUANITA GABA
Transferred from Ramsay High
School, Birmingham, Alabama '41,
Typing Medal '43. Philosophy:
"Live, love, and learn. Mostly love."
EVELYN MERLE RODDY, 'Bill"
Surgical Dressings '44, Philosophy:
"She is modest hut not hashfulf'
SARA JANE EVANS
Girl Reserves '41, '42, '44, D.A.R.
Honorable Mention, Surgical Dress-
ings '44, Philosophy: "Neatness
is the trowning grate of woman-
BEATRICE ISABEL REYNOLDS
Choir '42, Junior Red Cross Council
'42, '45, '44, D.A.R. Honorable
Mention, Monthly TATLER Staff '42,
Annual TATLER Staff. Philosophy:
"I have no ,ferret of suffers hut hard
MARY JOYCE BLACKWELL
Philosophy: "Meet him. lore him,
GORDON HAYS FRANKLAND
Football '41, Typing Medal '42, Hi-
Y Club '41, '42, '43, Junior Rotarian
'45. Philosophy: "You are a devil
at everything and there is no hind of
thing in the 'versal world hut what
you fan turn your hand to."
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JIMMY DIFFEE, "Zeke"
Hand '41, '42, Football '41,
'42, '43, Track '42, Basket-
ball '43, '44, Hi-Y Club '41,
'42, '-Ll, '44, Ili-Y President
'44, Typing Medal '43,
Monthly 'l'A'rl.ER Staff '41,
Annual 'l'A1'i.l2k Stall, Junior
Class Vice-President '43, '44,
Choir '42, Girl Reserves '41,
'42, '44, Class Day Commit-
tee. Philosophy: "A .vweet
attractive kind of grace."
BILLY MOORE, "Shorty"
lli-Y '42, '43, '44, Band '42,
'43, Class President '42, Col
liditor Animal Tan.:-IR: ,lun-
ior 4Red Cross Council '42,
junior-Senior Play '44, l'hiI,
osophy: "Character is ulmzw'
all rirlies and greater than
Rotarian '44, Vlolunteer Boys'
State '43. Philosophy: "Be
:mt merely good, be good fm'
Rlt'llARll Cl,AY'l'UN ROSEMARY BEVERLY
K5-t.,,,,,,,fg,. Igilqoma V1'll,l,lAKlSON, "Boy" TOXVNSEND, "Bean
Animal TATLER Smffz- C- lilerlizr Ilifvloma Elective Diploma
A.l'. '43, '44. Philosophy: junior-Senior Play '44, Philosophy: "We all l0'l'L'
".flI1a'ay.ryi1'ea lady tlYl'T'l'P' Surgical Dressings '44, ii frelty girl."
one-lialf of the road eff Philosophy: "A Ildllfillfl
you ran tell 'wllirll half xliape, an image gay."
DOROTHY ANN llllN'I'
Girl Reserves '42, '44,
Philosophy: "Fa.i'l1ion1'1l so
xlvnderly, yourlfl- and .ro
'l'r:nisfei'rccl from Adams-
ville lligh School, Adams-
ville. Tennessei- '41 1
Trades and lndustrial
Club '43, Philosophy:
"KPFPlIl!l to our woman
is a small price! '
MARY MASON MARGARET sAN1JRA GAsE1.l. DOROTHY
NAQUIN i.ANKFoRD Elccm., 1,,,,,,,m,, ixifRNl-:'r'ri-:, MILD."
'Fransferred from Eleanor
Xlclllziin lligh School,
New Orleans, Louisiana
'41, Choir '42, Girls' Glee
Club '44, l,TJll'llflllC Club
'43. Philosophy: "A fare
with ylailizess overxpreudf'
Choir '42, Pep Squad
'42, Girl Reserves '42,
,llinior Red Cross Council
'44, Library Assistant
'441 D.A.R. Medal. Phil-
osophy: "Her future is
afllrm' with bright possi-
Girl Reserves '41, '42,
Choir '41, '42, Annual
TATLER Staff, Philosophy:
"They fall me a wit, and
:vit and humor belong to
a genius alone."
Girl Reserves '41, '44,
Annual 'l'A'ri.i-:R Staff:
Choir '41, '42, Girls' Glee
Club '44, ll.A.R. lst
Honorable Mention, Class
Day Historian. Philoso-
phy: "Here'.v my strength
and my rveakness, grenlxe-
1 love them until they love
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Football '40, '41, '42g Hi-Y Club
'40, '41, '42g Volunteer Boys' State
'40. Philosophy: "A merry heart
maketh a cheerful eounlenancef'
MARlli CASTELLAXX7, "Tiny"
Girl Reserves '42, '44. Philosophy:
"She miirt he known to he appre-
Philosophy: "0hedienre ir a gate-
way to power."
Choir '-423 Basketball '42g Typing
Medal '45: Class Day Committee.
Philosophy: "I have no time for
Philosophy: "W'hen a uire man
give thee hetter eounrel. give me
BONITA GASELL, "Bunny"
Choir '4lg D.A.R. Contestant. Phil-
osophy: "She nodr her wire head
and fart. 'I told you ,to',"
CHARLES YOUNG, "Carfax"
Philosophy: "Many people admit
that work if a mighty fine thing if it
doe.rn't take too much of their .fpare
Hi-Y Club '44: Basketball '44,
Commandos '43, Philosophy: "A
lad worth knowing."
ANNE SHELLEY, "Chahhy"
Choir '41, '42: Candy Stand '433
Annual TATLER Staffg D.A.R. Hon-
orable Mentiong Girls' Glee Club
'44: Girl Reserves '44g Class Day
Will: Class Day Committee. Phil-
osophy: "My true love hath my
Surgical Dressings '44. Philosophy:
"Why rtady to learn, then die and
forget it all?"
EMILY CAREY GRIFFIN
junior-Senior Play '44g Surgical
Dressings '44: Football Royalty '43,
Philosophy: "Grace ir to the hody
what good .fenre ir to the mind."
Girl Reserves '42: D.A.R. Honor-
able Mention. Philosophy: "A face
zvith gladnerr overrpread, soft .rmiler
hy human hindnerr hredf'
RACHEL MCLEMORE, "Addr"
Philosophy: "The person who falli
down gets up a lot quicker than one
who lie! down."
Football '43, '44g Trades and Indus-
trial Club '43g Volunteer Boys' State
'43. Philosophy: "An errential of
a happy life ir freedom from care."
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