Jackson High School - Tatler Yearbook (Jackson, TN)

 - Class of 1944

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'ENIORS CARL BOON Elertive Diploma Philosophy: "Not exaetly afraid of work, but rather not be intimately aiiociated with it." RACHEL CHAMBERS Clarriral Diploma Girls' Glee Club '44. Philosophy: "The thing that if worth doing if worth doing well." ETHYLEE BLACKWELL, "Lee" Elertive Diploma Candy Standg Class Day Joker. Phil- osophy: "I have a heart with room for every boy." BETTY JEAN ALLEN Elertive Diploma Choir '42, Distributive Education Club '44, Philosophy: "To ipeak but little beromei a woman." LUCY MCLEMORE Elertive Diploma Philosophy: "A likeable person ii a vital faetor in getting along in thir world." JESSIE GEORGE Elertive Diploma Girl Reserves '42. Philosophy: L'One alivayi returns to one'J jirit ove." DICK CALHOUN Elective Diploma D.A.R. Contestant: C,A.P. '44. Phil- osophy: "When a true geniui ap- peari in the world, you may know him by his sigh that all the dunrer are in a ronfederaey against him." WILLIAM JOHNSTON, "Billie" Seientifie Diploma Trades and Industrial Club '43g C.A.P. '43, '44, Hi-Y Club '43, '44g Pep Squad '42. Philosophy: "Worry has killed many a man-why die?" JUNE DARLING Elertive Diploma Girl Reserves '42g Junior Red Cross Council '43, '44. Philosophy: "She if merry and gay: knowr how to work and to play." CLARA HAYNES Eleetive Diploma Distributive Education Club '44g Girl Reserves '44, Philosophy: "Getting the baby to Jleep if the hardeit when .rhe if about eighteen yeari old." JOYCE JOHNSON Elective Diploma Typing Medal '43. Philosophy: "Be- ware of all, but moftly beware of men." MARY ELIZABETH RAINEY flRedJ4' Claiiieal Diploma Trades and Industrial Club '43. Philosophy: "Smile and the world won't laugh at you." IDA FAYE BOONE, "Bo0nie" Elective Diploma Girl Reserves '41, '44g Library As- sistant '42, '43, '44g Annual TATLER Staff: Typing Medal '43. Philoso- phy: "KindneJ5 if the key to every heart in the universe." BOBBY COPPEDGE Scientific Diploma Football '42, '43g D.A.R. Contestant: Hi-Y Club '41: Volunteer Boys' State '43g C.A.P. '44g Winner of Woman's Club Poetry Contest '41, '43g First place for Humorous Read- ing, Tennessee Interscholastic Literary League, Division of West Tennessee, April 15, 1944. Philosophy: "Poets are like birdJ,' the leaf! thing maker them ring."

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GNICDRQ JAMES HOLLAND STRAWN Srientifir Diploma Hi-Y Club '43, '44, Annual TATLER Photographer: Football '43, Com- mandos '42. Philosophy: "Life il' one long prorerf of getling tired." MARILYN NOLEN LEWIS Eleetiife Diploma Girl Reserves '42: Pep Squad- '42g Girls' Glee Club '44, Surgical Dress- ings '44. Philosophy: "A good name endzzrelh f07'b"1'E7'." DORIS RAINES, "Dol" Eleelizfe Diploma Philosophy: "A daughter of the godly divinely fall." MARGARET OWENS Eleeliife Diploma Philosophy: "Man ii hill dull and woman .relller him." ANNICE GOWAN, "Ann" Elerlizfe Diploma Girl Reserves '44: Distributive Eclu- cation Club '44. Philosophy: "Maiden of the laughing eye.r." -IEANE HILLMAN, "Puller-prop" Claffifal Diploma Choir '41, '42g Girl Reserves '42, '44: Girl Reserves Treasurer '44, Philosophy: "The power of genlle- neipi' ii' irf'e.ri,rlihle." BILLIE MARLOWE, "Beepy" Srienlizie Diploma Hi-Y Club '41, '42, '43, Comman- dos '43, Volunteer Boys' State '431 C.A.P. '45g junior Rotarian '44: D.A.R. Honorable Mention. Phil- osophy: "Ne1fer over .feriou.f, no! foo frivolous, bm a rare good fel- ow." NOWELL BINGHAM Eleelive Diploma Hi-Y Club '42, '43, '44, Volunteer Boys' State '43g D.A.R. Medal: Athletic Reporter for "Jackson Sun" '43, Philosophy: "He har holh knowledge and wil." DORIS MERWIN Eleeliife Diploma Transferred from Clear Lake High School, Clear Lake, Iowa '41g An- nual TATLER Staff. Philosophy: 'Coldneu in lozfe if a .fare mean! of heing helozfedf' SARAH ELIZABETH ALEXANDER Eleelizfe Diploma Girl Reserves '44. Philosophy: "Silence at the proper .reaion ir wir- dom and heller lhan any Jpeerhf' JEAN BENNET Elerliife Diploma Transferred from Hume-Fogg Tech- nical and Vocational High School, Nashville, Tennessee '42: Choir '42g C.A.P. '44g Girls' Glee Club '44, Class Day Activities. "Her fare he- toheni all lhingi dear and good." JANE PERRY, "jamie" Elerliife Diploma Transferred from Memphis Technical High School, Memphis, Tennessee '42. Philosophy: "Happine,rr ii' lhe ar! of Ending joy and ,ralirfarlion in the litlle priifilegei' of life." MARY MAUDE BIRMINGHAM "Maudie" Elerliife Diploma Monthly TATLER Staff '42. Phil- osophy: "5'mile.r are the language of lore." OZIER KELLY, "Snafu" Elerliife Diploma Commandos '42, '43: Trades and Industrial Club '42, '43. Philosophy: "When work inlerferei' with plearure, .flop working."

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DHR. CONTGST.-.-.- l The thirty-eighth annual D.A.R. contest was held in the High School auditorium on the night of March 17th. Patriotic papers were submitted by all of the seniors to a faculty committee. Six of the writers were chosen to compete in the final contest. The D.A.R. Chapter selected several citizens of the community to serve as judges on the night of the contest. Margaret Lankford was the winner for the jackson-Madison Medal, awarded each year by the local D.A.R. Chapter. Nowell Bingham was awarded the Milton Brown Medal, presented by the jackson-Madison Chapter. This medal is donated each year by the family of Milton Brown. PROGRAMME "Star Spangled Banner" . ........... . The Audience JACKSON-MADISON MEDAL "The World Challenges America" ........... . Margaret Lankford "Are You an American ?" .... . . Bonita Gasell "There Will Always Be an America" . . Dorris Asbury "Polonaise in C Minor" .... ..... . . Chopin jess Casey MILTON BROWN MEDAL "Democracy and the Post-War World" .......... . . . Dick Calhoun "For This We Fight" ...... . . Nowell Bingham "What the American Soldier Fights For" ........ . Bobby Coppedge GIRLS' GLEE CLUB "Sylvia" . ............. . Speaks Martha Lynn Bennett, soloist "Recessional" ...................... . . DeKoven Betty Young, soloist GLEE CLUB: Margie Eagle, Frances Crosson, Rachel Chambers, Ella Reynolds, Mary Mason Naquin, Betty Young, Dorothy Burnette, Omeda Malone, jean Bennett, jane Bennett, Martha Lynn Bennett, Marilyn Lewis, Hilda XX'itt, Ruth Dees, Clara jane Holloway, Dorothy Steindroff, Katherine Wilcox, Doris Atterbury, and Anne Shelley. HORTENSE HEARN, Direrzor of Music jsss CASEY, Pianirz LETTIE JANE LUCKMAN, Publirizy Arzirz

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