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JOE PARKER, "Doc"
Football '41, '42. Philosophy: "All
the Iaztin I ronrtrue ir 'Amo-I love'."
Latin Tournament '-425 Class-Day
Poet. Philosophy: "A good repu-
tation ir a fair estate."
FRANCES SEWARD WILSON
Choir '41, '42g Basketball '42: Girl
Reserves '42, '44: Girl Reserves
President '44g Monthly TATLER
Staff '42g Candy Stand '44. Phil-
osophy: "The higgeft mystery to a
married girl if what an old maid
doer with her money."
Transferred from Collierville High
School, Collierville, Tennessee '41.
Philosophy: "Softly .rpeak and Jweet-
Basketball '42. Philosophy: "The
end of life if not knowledge but
MARY LOVE JOBE
Distributive Education Club '44.
Philosophy: "She har a perfect poire
like a clock during a norm."
Hi-Y Club '43, '44g Commandos
'43: C.A.P. '44. Philosophy: "A
rheerful look maker a dirh a fea.ft."
Football '40, '41, '42, '43. Phil-
osophy: "Formed on the good old
plan--a true, brave, and down-right
- rrpeggyn I I
Philosophy: "My tongue within my
lips I rein ,' for who talkr much, murt
talk in vain."
NANCY JANE MANLEY
Junior Red Cross Council '42, '43,
'44g Girl Reserves '42g Monthly
TATLER Staff '42: Class Day Com-
mittee. Philosophy: "She can he-
rauxe she thinkx rhe ran."
BETTYE WAYNE LONG
Monthly TATLER Staff '41g Distribu-
tive Education Club '43, '44: Choir
'41, '-12: Girl Reserves '41, '42,
Philosophy: "Two can live af cheap-
ly ar one-they urually have to."
ANGELINE BARNES, "Angie"
Basketball '41, '42: Candy Stand '44:
Class Day Committee: D.A.R. Hon-
orable Mentiong Girl Reserves '44g
Class Day Activities. Philosophy:
"A quiet tongue rhowf a wire head."
Girl Reserves '41, '44g Surgical
Dressings '44. Philosophy: "There'J
romething about a roldier."
Volunteer Boys' State '43: D.A.R.
Honorable Mention. Philosophy: "He
war a many take him all in all, we
Jhall not look upon hir like again."
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RAY BOONE, "Acuff"
Band '41, '42, Class Day joker,
D.A.R. 1st Honorable Mention:
Honorable Mention in Poetry Con-
test, '42g Trades and Industrial Club
'44. Philosophy: "From the crown
of his head to the .role of his foot, he
ir all mirth."
MARY JANE TIDWELL
Transferred from Adamsville High
School, Adamsville, Tennessee '41.
Philosophy: "Enjoy life,' it can't
Girl Reserves '42, '44. Philosophy:
"Be happy and think of others."
of ,J .
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3 f PEARL BRIDGER
hilosophy: "Be .ture you are right,
then go ahead."
Girl Reserves '41, '42, '44. Phil-
osophy: "Two headt are better than
CHRISTINE COX, "Christ"
Transferred from Arlington Heights
High School, Arlington, Heights, Illi-
nois '42g Dramatic Club '42, Class
Day Activities. Philosophy: "Leave
rilence to saints--I am human."
CHARLES LANSDEN, "Country"
Transferred from Atwood High
School, Atwood, Tennessee '42g
Trades and Industrial Club '44g
Basketball '44. Philosophy: "A
big man is one who maker mistakes
and one who is bigger than any mix-
take he maker."
Football '41, '42, '43, Co-Captain
'43g Basketball '43, '44g Track '42:
Hi-Y Club '45, '44, Trades and In-
dustrial Club '44g C.A.P. '44. Phil-
osophy: "Love is the beginning, the
middle, and the end of everything."
BETTY DALTON YOUNG
Choir '41, '42: Dramatic Club '42,
'431 Girls' Glee Club '44g Junior-
Senior Play '44: Surgical Dressings
'44. Philosophy: "A little plump
I will agree, but full of pep and fun
Basketball '42, Philosophy: "Orig-
inal thinking it done by bury ones."
Typing Medal '43g Class Day Gif-
torian. Philosophy: "A flaming
halo for her face."
LETTIE JANE LUCKMAN
Annual TATLER Staff: junior-Senior
Play '44. Philosophy: "Fair to look
upon and better yet to know."
C.A.P. '44g Pep Squad '42, Surgical
Dressings '44. Philosophy: "A thy
ana' gentle min was the."
Trades and Industrial Club '44.
Philosophy: "A man ir .vuccerrful
when he refute: to slander even his
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Hi-Y Club '43, '44, Trades and In-
dustrial Club '42, '43: C.A.P. '44.
Philosophy: 'I have no time for idle
ALMA DORIS MANERS
Transferred from Huntersville High
School, Huntersville, Tennessee 43.
Philosophy: "Faithful friendr are
hard to find."
Distributive Education Club '44,
Philosophy: "Be rwift to hear. ,flow
to speak, flow to wrath."
HILDA JANE WITT, "Red"
Choir '41, '42g Band '42, '43: An-
nual TATLER Staff: Candy Stand
'44g Girls' Glee Club '44, Class Day
Committee: Girl Reserves '41, '42,
'44. Philosophy: "Alufay,i' ready to
do her hit."
HAZEL JEAN HUDSON
Band '42, '43, Philosophy: "FirJt
love is only a little fooli,rhneri."
Girl Reserves '42, '44g Choir '42g
Annual TATLER Staff: Football
Queen '43. Philosophy: "The
rweeteri joy, the wildert woe ir
Football '41, '42, '43: Basketball '43,
'44g Track '42: Trades and Industrial
Club '44. Philosophy: "Woman
often rhanger, foolirh ir the man
who traflr her."
Transferred from Bells High School,
Bells, Tennessee '43: Hi-Y Club
'44g Junior Rotarian '44, Philosophy:
"It may he 'he who laughr lart
laaghr he,rt', hat he who lazzghr put
reef the point."
Choir '42g Basketball '42, D.A.R.
Honorable Mention '44. Philosophy:
"Ey'er io tranrparent that through
them one ,reef the foal."
Philosophy: "A girl we love for
what ,rhe if."
Transferred from Alto Pass Com-
munity High School, Alto Pass,
Illinois '43. Philosophy: "A good
natured perron if never out of place."
BETTY SHEARIN, "Jody"
Girl Reserves '42, '44g Library
Assistant '43, '44, Dramatic Club
'45g Class Day Prophet. Philosophy:
Ller fair hair hir heart enchain'd."
LOIS NADINE SMITH
Transferred from Winheld High
School, Winheld, West Virginia '43,
Philosophy: "I'm tired hut happy.
now that day if done: I did my hart."
JAMES ERNEST MAYS, JR.,
Transferred from Mercer High
School, Mercer, Tennessee '44. Phil-
osophy: "Man if the only animal
that hlzuher or needy to."
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