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BILLY OSBORNE, "Bill"
D.A.R. Honorable Mentiong Pep
Squad '4l. Philosophy: "The fair-
minded man ii' never a mob."
Girl Reserves '42, 44. Philosophy:
"Give to me the life I love, let the
reit go by me."
REBECCA HAWKINS, "Becky"
Transferred from Haywood High
School, Brownsville, Tennessee '43.
Philosophy: "Gather the roie of love
whilrt yet it if time."
GEORGE ANNE SMITH
Girl Reserves '44, Philosophy:
"True merit often lier in being
Philosophy: "A graciour, innocent
MARY FRANCES MAYS
Transferred from Eastern High
School, Washington, D. C. '43g
Surgical Dressings '44, Philosophy:
"AlwayJ to Jtrive for the higher! goal
in whatever I do."
Transferred from Huntersville High
School, Huntersville, Tennessee '43,
Football '43. Philosophy: "You
ran lead a boy to high school, but
you can'l make him think."
C.A.P. '44, Philosophy: "The world
ir too much for me."
Philosophy: "Peace and quiet are
one'J greatest amen."
VIRGINIA MCLEARY, "jenny"
Choir '41, '42, Distributive Educa-
tion Club '44, Girl Reserves '44g
Pep Squad '42g Surgical Dressings
'44, Philosophy: "Sympathy ir the
golden hey that unlock: the hearli of
ELLA MAI VERNON, "Penny"
Choir '42g Girl Reserves '44, Phil-
osophy: " 'Tix better to be late than
not to get there at all."
JULIA MAI JENNINGS
Girl Reserves '42, '44, Band '41,
'42g Library Assistant '43, '44g Choir
'42, Philosophy: "Never put your
arm out farther than you can draw
PATRICIA ANNE PARKER
Girl Reserves '41, '42, '44g Dra-
matic Club '43g Distributive Edu-
cation Club '44g Band '41, '42, '433
Surgical Dressings '44, Philosophy:
"Why .rhouldn't women have cleaner
mind: than men?-Note how often
they change them."
C.A.P. '44g D.A.R. Honorable Men-
tion. Philosophy: "A brave man
ir never afraid lo back down if he
ir in the wrong."
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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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Transferred from Marmaduke High
School, Marmaduke, Arkansas '43.
Philosophy: ' 0, let me rect awhile."
MARY VIRGINA WOODARD
Distributive Education Club '43,
'44. Philosophy: "Small in ftatue,
hut great in worth."
MARY ANN BARNES
Philosophy: "I love men, not he-
caufe they are men, hut hecaure
they're not women,"
Transferred from Hume-Fogg Tech-
nical and Vocational High School,
Nashville, Tennessee '42, Choir '42,
C.A,P. '44, Girls' Glee Club '44,
Class Day Activities. Philosophy:
"Her wide gray eyer upon the goal
were Jet calm and unmoved ai though
no .foul were near."
RUTH NAOMI DEES
Choir '41, '42, Band '40, '41, '42,
'45, Girls' Glee Club '44, Girl
Reserves '44. Philosophy: "Ir there
a heart that muric cannot melt?"
RUTH ANN CAMPBELL,
Transferred from Medina High
School. Medina, Tennessee '43, An-
nual TATLER Staff '44. Philosophy:
"O, faireit of the rural maidrf'
STOTEN OUTLAN, "Bunhy"
Basketball '41, Football '43. Phil-
osophy: "He may heat a pathway
out to wealth and fame."
ADELBERT E. WHITEHURST, JR.
Cheerleader '43, Philosophy: " 'Tis
love that maker the world go 'roundf'
DORRIS ANNE ASBURY, "Dottie"
Transferred from El Paso High
School, El Paso, Texas '45, D.A.R.
Contestant, Typing Medal '43, Jun-
ior-Senior Play '44, Winner of
Woman's Club Poetry Contest '44,
Annual Tatler Staff, Contributed a
poem to National High School An-
thology. Philosophy: "Poetry it the
reward of the heit and happiext
moment: of the happiest and bert
FRANKIE BERNICE STAFFORD
Girl Reserves '41, '42, '44. Phil-
osophy: "Rare ai ii' true love, true
friendihip if rarer."
NORMA JOE ROSS, "Pie"
Philosophy: "Sturdy of heart and
high of mind."
PEGGY RUTH WALL, "Peg"
Girl Reserves '42, Dramatic gClub
'43. Philosophy: "You cannot love
a thing without wanting to fight for
MILDRED BOONE, "Pete"
Elective ' Diploma
Distributive Education Club '44.
Philosophy: "Manner.r are more im-
portant than laws."
JOHN D. GRAHAM, "juan"
Dramatic Club '43, Basketball '43,
'441 Hi-Y Club '44, Cheer Leader
'44, junior Red Cross Council '44,
Annual TATLER Staff, Junior Rotar-
ian '44, D.A.R. Honorable Mention.
Philosophy: "He Jiti' high in all
the people'J heart,r."
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