Jackson High School - Tatler Yearbook (Jackson, TN)

 - Class of 1944

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CLQSS HISTORY CContinuedD In our steady advance toward the objective of Graduation, we have been heartened and sustained by the efforts of the Girl Reserves with Frances Seward Wilson and jeane Hillman leadersg by the Hi-Y with jimmy Diffee in command and by the junior Red Cross, in which Isabel Reynolds, nresident, has done outstandf ing work. Some of us have reached the summit of the Mount of Graduation by the Distributive Education and Diver- sified Occupations routes, wherein the student learns by doing. Some of us have reached our goals by the second' examination express. But here we are! The long siege is overg the victory has been wong the Citadel of jackson High School has surrendered un' conditionally to the Class of 1944. Here as your chron- icler I cease. The rest of our history must be told in the Annual TATLER with Ann Caldwell and Billy Moore as editors. In closing, let me give you the slogan of our class: "We came, we saw, we conquered."

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fJOHEIS A ETHYLEE BLACKWELL-RAY BOONE . ROSEMARY PooLE: "Why do you call Jimmie 'Pil- grim ?" JEANE HILLMAN: "Because every time he comes, he makes more progress." A poem we found that Bobby Coppedge had com- posed all by himself: "Under a spreading chestnut tree The village smithy lies While he was shoeing an army mule He forgot to shoo the flies." PsYcH1ATR1sT TO KTREY SEWARD: "Don't you want to know what your dreams mean P" KIRBY SEWARD: "No, I just want to know their phone numbers." When small, Jack Harrington loved soldiers and Annie Jim Goodwin loved painted dolls, Now that they are grown, Annie Jim loves soldiers and Jack loves painted dolls. JosEPH1NE THoRNToN's MOTHER: "What makes you think your young man has matrimonial intentions?" JOSEPHINE THoRNToN: "Well, when we were looking at Easter hats, he tried to convince me I'd look better in a 32.98 model than in one that cost J515.00." Miss ANNA: "Your book reports should be writ- ten in such a manner that even the most ignorant may understand them." JOSEPHINE W'rLLxAMs: "Well, Miss Anna, what part is it you don't understand ?" Angeline Barnes and boy friend, Cason, were re- turning to their seats in the theater after the intermission. ANGELINE fto the lady in an aisle seatjz "Did I step on your toes as I went out ?" "You did," replied the other grimly, expecting an apology. ANGELINE turned to Cason: "All right, Cason," she said, "this is our row." ROBERT RICHARDSON walked into the Navy Depart- ment with a captjains cap on. He also wore a Navy raincoat, which re no insignia. He removed the rain- coat revealing an ensign's stripe on his sleeve. "What are you, anyway?" they asked. d "Why, I'm Ensign Richardson. I'm reporting for uty." "And why the captain's hat?" Oh! Is it a captain's hat?" Richard rejoined. "I didn't know. I just bought my uniform yesterday and I picked out this hat. It was prettier than the plainer ones, and it only cost four dollars more." .- TRAMP: "Could you give a poor fellow a bite?" MILDRED BooNE: "I don't bite, myself, but I'll be glad to call the dog." BETTY YOUNG'S daily prayer: "Dear Lord, I ask nothing for myself 5 but please give my mother a son-in-law." DOROTHY BURNETT: "Did Jack Harrington really say he thought I was angelic?" EUDORA FINCH: "Not quite, but he said you pos- sessed certain characteristics that were inhuman." LAVERNE MORRISON'S FATHER: "How is it that I find you kissing my daughter: How is it, Sir?" JOHN SANDERS! "Great! Great!" MARY FRANCES MAYs: "You're not conceited, are you?" RACHEL MCLEMORE: "No, but with my looks, personality, and brains I could be." RUTH ANN CAMPBELL was brought before the court one day for wreckless driving. "And so," said the judge, "this is the fifth person y0u've knocked down this year." "Pardon me," said Ruth Ann with much dignity, "the fourth. One of them was the same person twice." JOYCE JOHNSON and MERILYN LEw1s were studying for a history test one day. JOYCE: "What happened in the year 1809?" MERILYN: "Lincoln was born." JOYCE: "Correct, Now what happened in 18l2?" MERILYN fcounting on her fingerslz "Lincoln had his third birthday." RUTH DEES: "Is it true that Lois Smith has a secret sorrow ?" EUDORA FINCH: "Why sure. Hasn't she told you about it yet?" JOYCE BLACKWELL to the porter on a train: "Tell me what is the average tip you get from a passenger on this run?" "One dollar, Ma'am," was the reply. Joyce handed over a dollar bill and the porter im- mediately burst into voluble thanks. "Mam," he said, "you are the Hrst one who has ever rome up to my average." MANAGER: "How long have you been working in this department?" ANNE PARKER: "Ever since I saw you coming down the stairs."



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