Millington High School - Trojan Yearbook (Millington, TN)
- Class of 1952
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To Mrs. Floy Harris, who through her patience and
understanding has led us to the close of our high
school careers, we wish to dedicate this-our 1952
Annual-in an effort to express our grateful appre-
ciation for those qualities which have made her
an outstanding sponsor,
Mrs. Floy Harris
The senior class of 1952, the largest class in the long his-
tory of our school, will go out into a world at a time that is
perhaps more uncertain than any we have known before.
Many of you have been undecided about planning for the
future and you wonder just what is to happen to you and
to your world.
However, I feel that out of unusual and difficult times
strong fibers may be developed that will add to the greatness
of our nation.
I hope that we have been able to instill within each of
you the proper foundations of character that will cause you
to be real men and women, whatever the times may be.
We, the faculty, are proud of you and we hope for you
the best things in life.
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MRS. EDNA DOBIAS
MISS LOUISE SCOTT
MR. LEE MILES
Health and Phys. Ed.
MR. W. B. STROUP
MISS ELIZABETH GLENN
MRS. FRED BOETTCI-IER
MR. BOB BANNISTER
8th Grade Mathematics
Ir. High Coach
MR. GLENN SWART
MRS. VIRGINIA SANDERS
MRS. NINA CHAMBERS
MR. E. C. NEMITZ
MRS, KATHLEEN TENNANT
MISS CATHERINE SMIT
MRS. FLOY HARRIS
MRS VIVIAN HARRISON
MR. BRUCE REYNOLDS
MR. ROBERT DITTO
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Two bums meet on a street corner. Mo
says to Io, "Io, you character, how are you?"
Io says, "Mo, what do you know? I haven't
seen you since way back when."
"Wonder what ever happened to our old
classmates of '52?"
"I saw Marvelene Pitts, who is still a tele-
phone operator, the other day, and she came
up with the following dope."
E. C. Chapman, Al Capone's successor, is
hiding out in Helen Galigher's boarding
house. His secretary, Shirley Akin, is catch-
ing up on her reading. Among the novels
she is reading is the best seller, "Gone With
the Men," written by Peggy Lane.
Maurice Starnes, a traffic cop, stopped the
President of the National Athletic Association
for speeding the other day and was on the
verge of giving him a ticket when he discov-
ered it was his old buddy, Glenn Dodds, still
Myrtle Melton is now playing Irma on the
"My Friend Irma Show."
Alma Fears is traveling with the circus to
continue her minute-by-minute news bulletins
of "People From the Monkey's Point of View."
It you see a Sherman tank wrecking cars
on Highway 51 and listen closely you might
hear Billy "Red" Oates gleefully yelling "Heh,
Heh! more business for Dad!"
Rodnay Vandiveer, with the Cardinals, just
broke Babe Ruth's home run record.
Ieanette and Geneva Turnage have just
scads of money they got by posing for "Which
Twin Has the Toni?".
Harold Bailey, who is principal of Milling-
ton High School, is becoming a nervous wreck.
His condition was caused by the present stu-
dents' lack of respect tor anything and every-
thing. His trusty psychiatrist is Dr. George
Ioanne Drew, as a leading criminologist,
has succeeded in bursting a nationwide nar-
Touring Europe as a tumbling act in the
circus are lean Lyle and Ioyce Cobb.
Ioanne Foshee's medical ambitions led her
into the patent medicine field where she came
up with a new tonic, "Foshee's Miracle Medi-
No one can imagine M. C. H. S. Without its
painters or without Shirley Gammon, so her
drape shape now adorns the painting scaffold
outside of Mr. Taylor's room.
Donald Rast is knocking around the Medi-
terranean on a banana boat. That informa-
tion came from Grace Wilson, a can-can girl
in a Paris cafe.
Bob Hines gave up his efforts to join Don-
ald on the banana boat and became an in-
structor at Arthur Murray's studio.
On the society page you might see a photo
of Mary Io Bach serving tea at one of her
ultra socialite parties.
The most extensive butterfly collection in
the U. S. is owned by Ioe Chidester.
A star of the women's roller derby is Eve-
lyn Stevens who thought this sport would keep
her nurses' training in demand.
Billy Weeks is a friendly relationship am-
bassador to foreign countries.
Bobby Mitchell created a new vehicle, the
Pontiacbuickac, a combination airplane, sub-
marine, and automobile.
I It seems a new club, "Management of
Mighty Midgets by Modern Mothers" has be-
come popular in Shelby County. Officers in
the club are Dorma McKinney, who whoops
'um-Ruth Ayers, who mixes formulas-Dora
Lee Williams, who changes diapers-Bobbie
lean Rea, who rocks 'um to sleep-and Mona
Posey, who bounces 'um.
Milton Peck is chief advisor to the harried
At last, a replacement for Bill Gordon.
Iohn Smith coasted into a job ready made
for his natural talents. The theme song for
his platter party is "Sixty Minute Man."
Curtis Person owns a big chain of service
stations across the Mid-South.
Mary Frances Carter finally made it to
Texas and settled down on her "Lazy Day
Ranch." Her champion cowpuncher is Travis
Frank Iones doesn't let his weight-lifting
career monopolize his time. His relaxing hob-
bies are gymnastics and wrestling.
The University of Tennessee football team,
coached by Donald Scott, just won the good
sportsmanship trophy of the year.
Peggy Iames' clothes consciousness has
narrowed to a special field. She puts out the
original, hand-made, personally designed, out-
standing bow ties for masculine men. Fast
talking Von Whitlock is her special agent to
see that the ties go to the "right" people.
Another Kerrvillite, Paul Dunn, spends his
time campaigning for honest elections to get
his Democratic candidate into office.
Marilyn Gill is the versatile secretary who
sits on the Boss's lap at Franklin Laundry-
Cleaners in Memphis.
Sylvia Holcomb, Henry Brint, and Loyce
Fitzsimmons have teamed up to make the hot-
test three-piece band in the nation.
Ruth Reed is still bent over a tablet but it
isn't bookkeeping figures that flow from her
fingertips-it's 'a new comic strip which is fast
replacing Dick Tracy.
One who did find bookkeeping profitable
is Dot Crump, who somehow manages to keep
the Pentagon books straight.
Since Marian Marshall is still determined
to reach the moon, Eddie Gibson stopped his
engineering work on the Trans-Atlantic Bridge
long enough to design her a rocketship.
Patty Io Robinson has taken up yodeling
and discovered she has quite a talent for it.
She now stars on the "Grand Ol' Op'ry."
"Iac'y" Stubbs came up with a perpetual
motion machine which even baffles the na-
tion's foremost scientist, Betty Lou Trotter.
In the ladies' hosiery business is multi-
millionaire lake Carter, whose idiosyncrasy
is buying cars that don't run.
Much of his money, Iake donates to Bob-
bie Io Pitts for laboratory research work.
Minnie Mae Smith is manager of a swank
Los Angeles dress shop. Hervey Aycock, who
got his start painting Trojan signs, is employed
as window decorator, and Carole Hanley mod-
els dresses designed by Cheri Kiebel.
lohn E. Ticer, Calvin Bright's bodyguard,
socked Dick Haymes to give Calvin the lead
in a movie that was his step to stardom. Cal-
vin has the crowd swooning with his croon-
ing while Mary Ann Bartlett, a dynamic law-
yer ,protects his interests and Ioanne Hill, as
editor of the New York Times, sees that he
"Buzzy" Hoffman's early career prepared
him for his thriving pawn shop business.
Bob DuBose found keeping his mouth shut
and his ears open had its benefits, especially
in writing a gossip column.
In the doctor, lawyer, Indian chief category
we find Buddy jackson, Bob Ponds and
Charles Burns, respectively.
Shirley Anderson recently went into the
Beaded belt and moccasin business.
One who let her patriotism run away with
her is Dessie Grantham, now sentenced to
the hospital after donating too much blood to
the Red Cross.
Billy Robinson is the strong silent horse
doctor. His assistant nurse is Ioanne Hulse-
Beverly Wylie is carrying her broad Mil-
lington education to benefit the native of
lower Liberia. Another in the missionary field
is Peggy Massey, attempting to reform the
headhunters of South America.
One lucky person hit the jackpot on a quiz
program by knowing where Germanim was
discovered. Hence Gerald Waymon is vaca-
tioning in Sun Valley, Idaho.
Theme writing for frustrated English stu-
dents is a growing business for Carolyn Ladd.
Oh, yes, Iune Bradford is a torch singer.
Behind-the-scenes girl, Iqyce DeHaas,
writes the script that keeps Dean Martin and
Ierry Lewis on top.
Neither class, nor prophecy is complete
without its "lack of all Trades" and in this
case Kenneth Childress fills the bill.
If you haven't guessed, the two bums,
"Mo" and "Io" were Dale Hallman and Peggy
I-fall, which brings us to the end of our
GLENN DODDS -- 4-H Club l-2-3,
Basketball 2-3-4, Track 2-3-4, Foot-
ball 3-4, Baseball 3-4, Math. Club
3-4, Beta Club 3-4, Hi-Y 4, "M" Club
3-4, Volunteer Boy's State 3.
MARY CARTER - Girls' Basketball
l-2-3, Home EC, Club l-2, Student
Council 2-3-4, Beta Club 3-4, Volun-
teer Girls' State 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Trojan
Stall 4, Annual Editor 4, DAR. Rep-
resentative 4, Class Vice-President
2-4, Pep Squad President 4
EL SS UFFICEHS
RODNEY VANDIVEER - Basketball
l-2-3-4, Baseball l-2-3-4, "M" Club
4, Ir Class Vice-President, Sr Class
PEGGY IO HALL-Chorus 2, Beta
Club 3-4, Math Club 3-4, Pep Squad
4, Annual Stall 4, Trojan Stall 4,
AGEE HOFFMAN - Football 2-3-4.
Track 2-3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, "M"
Club 3-4, FFA. 2-4, Hi-Y 4.
GRACE WILSON - Gxrls' Basket-
ball l, Beta Club 3-4, Chorus 2-3.
Annual Stall 4.
MARY ANN BARTLETT - Library
Assistant 3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep Squad
DOROTHY CRUMP - 4-H l, Math
BILLY WEEKS-Football 1-2-3-4, All
County Football 3-4, Basketball l-2
3-4, Baseball 2-3-4, Track 2, HM'
Club 2-3-4, Math Club 3-4, Hi-Y 4
Annual Stall 4.
PAUL DUNN-FFA. 2-3-4, Baseball
3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Football 4.
SHIRLEY ANDERSON - Home Ec.
Club 2-3-4, Pep Squad 4, Chorus 3.
EVELYN STEVENS-Home EC, Club
l-2-3-4, Chorus 2-3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep
Squad 4, Basketball 3.
BETTY IEAN LA NG.
MILTON PECK - F.F.A. l-2, Base-
ball 4, Football 3, 4-H Club l-2-3
BILLY ROBINSON-"M" Club 2-3-4.
F.F.A. 4, Football 1-2-3-4, All-County
Track 3-4, Track 2-4.
RUTH REED-Home EC. Club l-2.
MARVELENE PITTS - Chorus l-2,
Home Ec. Club 2, Trojan Stall 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 4, Basketball 1-2-3, Pep
IOYCE DeHAAS - Sewing Club
-Southwest High, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Cheer-
IOHN ED TICER - F.F.A. 1-2-3-4.
Beta Club 3-4, Basketball 4, 4-H
CALVIN BRIGHT-Manager ol Foot-
ball l, Football 2-3-4, All-County
Football 4, Basketball 2-3, Annual
Stall 4, Hi-Y 4, Track 3-4.
PEGGY MASSEY-Basketball 3,
MARY IO BACH-Library Club l Iel-
SHIRLEY GAMMON - Home EC.
Club l, Cheerleader 4.
HEBVEY AYCOCK-Football l-2-3,
Basketball l-4, Track 2-4, "M" Club
2-3-4, Hi-Y President 4, Math Club
3-4, Trojan Staff 4, 4-H Vice-Pres
ident l-2, Baseball 4.
terson High School, Y Teens 3 Mt.
Sterling City High, Latin Club, Pres-
ident Tri-Hi-Y 4, Math Club 4, Shel-
by County and Memphis Tri-Hi-Y
and Hi-Y Council.
DBBY MITCHELL - 4-H Club 1-2-
l, Math Club 3-4, Hi-Y Club 4
CAROLE HANLEY-Chorus l, Home
EC. Club l-2, Trojan Staff 1-2-3-4,
Fri- Hi-Y 4, Pep Squad 4, Armucxl
IEANETTE TURNAGE - Beta Club
GENEVA TURNAGE-Beta Club 3-4
BOB HINES-Football 2-3-4, FFA.
Hi-Y 4, Track 3-4.
DONALD RAST-FFA. l-2-3-4, Live-
stock Iudging Contest Z-3.
ALMA FEARS - Song Leader of
4-H Club 1-2, Glee Club 1-2-3, FHA.
Club Z, Librarian 2-3, Basketball
Team 2-3, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
PATTYE IO ROBINSON-Chorus 2-
3-4, Home EC, Club l-2-3-4, Tri-Hi-Y
4, Pep Squad 4.
DESSIE GRANTHAM - Home E
Club 1-2-3-4, Chorus 2-3-4, Pe
Squad 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
EDDIE GIBSON - Math Club 3-4
Basketball 4, Baseball 4.
HAROLD BAILEY-Foolball 3-4, "M"
Club 3-4, Class Treasurer 3.
DALE HALLMAN - Home EC. Club
l, Chorus l-2, Tri-Hi-Y ,4 Pep Squad
4, Annual Staff 4.
IOANNE FOSHEE - Basketball 1-2-
3-4, Home EC. Club l-2-3-4, 4-H Club
3, Math Club 4, Pep Squad 4,
Chorus l-Z-4, All-Star Girls' Basket-
CAROLYN LADD-Home EC. Club
l-2, Annual Staff 4.
GERALD WAYMON - Band 4, Hi-
MAURICE STARNES - Math Club
4, Hi-Y 4, Annual Staff 4.
MARIAN MARSHALL - Home EC,
Club l-2, Trojan Staff 2-3, Co-Editor
of Trojan Staff 4, Beta Club 3-4,
Math Club 3-4, Pep Squad 4, Tri-
H1-Y 4, Girls' Basketball 2-3-4.
IOYCE COBB - Basketball 1-2-3-4,
MARILYN GILL - Home EC. Clul:
I-2, Beta Club 3-4, Chorus 2-3, Pep
Squad 4, Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 4, Tro-
ian Staff 4, Annual Staff 4.
E. C. CHAPMAN - Beta Club 3-4
Annual Staff 4, 4-H Club 1-2, Stu-
dent Council 3-4,
QEORGE MEDFORD -- Football l- IOANNE HULSEBERG - Beta Club
4, Track Z-3-4, Basketball 3, "M"
lub 3-4, F.F.A. Club l-2, Hi-Y 4.
DANNE HILL -- Home EC. Club l-
-3, Trojan Stall l-3, C0-Editor of
rojan 4, Beta Club 3-4, Math Club
-4, Pep Squad 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Girls'
PEGGY IAMES - Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep
3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Annual Stall 4, Pep
BUDDY IACKSON - Football 1-3-4.
Math Club 3-4, Hi-Y 4, "M" Club
4, Basketball Manager, Trojan Staff
CHARLES BURNS - Math Club
4' 'IEAN LYLE - Basketball 2-3-4,
"M" Club 3.41 pbotball 3-4' All, Math Club 4, Home Ec. Club 4,
County Football 4, Basketball 3,
Baseball 3. ,
IUNE BRADFORD - Math Club 3-4
Chorus 3, Pep Squad 4, Home Ec.
BEVERLY WYLIE - Home EC. Club
Pep Squad 4, Chorus 3-4, 4-H Club
l, Volley Ball l, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
CURTIS PERSON - Math Club 3-4,
Band l-2-3-4, Beta Club 3-4, Foot-
ball Manager, Chorus 2, Latin Club
l-2-3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep Squad 4,
Chorus 2, 4-H Club l.
HENRY BRINT-Band I-2-3-4, Math
Club 3-4, Hi-Y 4, Band Reporter 4.
BOBBIE PITTS - Moth Club 3-4,
MYRTLE MELTON-Chorus 4, Math
land 2, Pep Squad 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. VON WHITLOCK - F.F.A. 1-2-3-4.
CHERI KIEBEL-Trojan Stuff 4.
DONALD SCOTT - Football 3-4,
Basketball 3-4, Baseball 3-4, F.F,A.
1-2-3-4, "M" Club 3-4, Hi-Y 4.
SYLVIA HOLCOMB - Glee Club l.
Spanish Club 2, Commercial Club
2, Band 2-4, International Typing
Honor Society 4.
HELEN GALIGHER - Girls' Basket-
PEGGY LANE-Tri-Hi-Y 4, 4-H Club
1-2, F.H.A. 1-2, Class President 1.
Basketball 2-3, Trojan Staff 4.
l. C. CARTER - Football 1-2-3-4,
Football Captain 4, Basketball l-2-3,
Track 2-3, "M" Club 2-3-4, "M" Club
Vice-President, "M" Club President.
Hi-Y 4, 4-H Club 1-2.
ball 1, F.H.A. l, Latin Club 2, Beta
Club 3-4, Math Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4,
Trojan Stall 4, Pep Squad 4.
IOSEPH CHIDESTER-Band 3, Math
Club 2, Beta Club 2.
DORMA MCKINNEY - Band l-2-3-4.
Band Librarran 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
MINNIE MAE SMITH-4-H Club 2-3.
SHIRLEY AKIN - Home Ec. Club
1-2-3-4, Beta Club 3-4. Pep Squad
4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Chorus Z-3-4, Mana-
ger Girls' Basketball Team 2-3.
BOB PONDS-Band 1, Basketball 3
IOHN SMITH-"M" Club 2-3, All-
County Football 2-3, Basketball 3-4.
Track 3, Baseball 4.
lAC'Y STUBBS - Band 1-2-3-4, Sci-
ence Club 3, Girls' Club l-2-3, Soft-
ball 2-3. Latin Club 2-3, Math Club
BOBBIE JEAN REA - Beta Club 4
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RUTH AYERS - Home Ec. Club 1-2
3-4, 4-H Club l-2-3-4, Math Club 3-4
Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep Squad 4.
BILLY OATES - Basketball l-2-4.
Baseball 1-2-4, Football 2-3, "M"
Club 2-3-4, Trojan Staff 3, Math Club
3-4, Annual Stall 4.
LOYCE FITZSIMMONS-Math Club
3. Band 3-4.
DORA LEE WILLIAMS - Pep Squad
BETTY LOU TROTTER Basketball
IOANNE DREW-Majoreiie 3, Glee
Club 3. Choir 3.
TRAVIS ROBERTS - F.F.A. 1-2-3-4.
4-H Club l-2-3-4, Baskeiball 3-4,
Football Z-3-4, "M" Club 4, Track
4, Baseball 4.
l 2 3 4, Beta Club 34, Physlcal Ed.
FRANK IONES-F,F.A. l-2-3-4. FRANCES GUYER-Band Z, Chorus
2-3, 4-H Club 1-2.
BOB DuBOSE - 4-H Club l-2-3-4, IRENE MCCANN-
Beta Club 3-4, Hi-Y 4, F.F.A. 3-4,
Billy Weeks, Ioyce
ter, Carole Hanley,
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We, the Senior Class of "'52", being ol
sad minds and sadder dispositions, do hereby
in the presence of our sponsors, Mrs. Harris
cmd Mr. Swart. proclaim this our last will and
To Mr. Miles the football boys leave all
their Ubarbershop talk."
To the Iunior Class we leave any debts we
may have incurred in our senior year, several
copies of the final history exam, and our sym-
To Miss Scott. the first period economics
class leaves a remuneration for pencils, band-
aids, paper clips, crayons, U. S. maps, hand
lotion, safety pins, rubber bands, lunch money
and . . .
To the Freshmen. we leave our orderly
class meetings and our good sportsmanship
when we lose elections.
"Billy Red" Oates has expressed his last
wish-that Mr. Bill become the guardian of
his beloved cat, "Snowball"
Mary Io Bach leaves her knitting to Bruce
Dixie Ieter becomes the proud owner of
Ioanne Hulseberg's Yankee sympathies.
Milton Peck leaves his inconspicuity to
Tommie Io Rankin.
Shirley Gammon leaves her long eyelashes
to Lillie Belle Sanders.
Ioanne Foshee leaves her blase attitude
to some naive Freshman.
Iohn Ed Ticer wills his gift of gab to quiet,
lit says herel Larry Eastwood.
Myrtle Melton wants Francis Parsons to
have all of her "bounce,"
Sylvia Holcomb leaves her keen eyesight
to the Shelby County basketball referees.
Charles Burns' shocked expression goes to
Helen Galigher leaves her dignity to Carol
Calvin Bright, who can be the happiest or
the saddest person around, feels that Payton
Hodges would be more interesting if he had
some of Calvin's moodiness.
Mary Carter leaves several inches of her
height to Sharon Stubbs.
Grace Wilson wants Mary Alice Klenk to
make use of her tap shoes tif she can get
Dot Crump leaves her executive ability to
Richard McCullough. so he can give orders
Ioe Chidester leaves that walk of his to
Loyce Ann Bailey.
Billy Robison. who has always been the
class "mystery-man," Wants Marlene New-
berry to try a little silence.
Billy Weeks wants Ierry Peck to have his
Beverly Wylie leaves her quiet ways to
Mary lane Boyett.
Travic Roberts wants Ferman Sheppard to
throw away a few of the books and try Travis'
Hervey Aycock feels that Cheerleader
Margie Maddox could use his excellent vocal
Ruth Reed leaves her pug-nose to Clayton
Iac'y Stubbs wants Terry King to try a lit-
tle of her independence.
Iohn Smith's innumerable admirers go to
Cheri Kiebel leaves her bottle of "Tintair"
to Margie Maddox.
Carolyn Ladd wants Ioyce Iones to have
her "Honey-Chile" personality.
Ioyce DeHaas' hiccup, Bobbie Pitts' snort,
Dessie Grantham's snicker, and Bob Hines'
chuckle . . . all become Iames Medford's to
add to all those other odd noises he makes.
Donald Rast leaves his nice smile to Billy
Mary Ann Bartlett leaves her petiteness to
Ona lane Autery.
Frank Iones wonders how Letty Ward
would look wearing his stoic expression.
lean Lyle leaves her devilish expression
to Ralph Parsons.
Ioanne Drew wants the Millington boys
to like Navy-Blue as much as she does,
Evelyn Stevens wills her pretty red hair
to Shelba Hicks. since Shelba's every other
sentence is "l wish I had red hair."
George Medford and Carole Hanley leave
their seat in the back of study hall to Warren
Perry and Francis Phyfer.
Peggy lames leaves her expression, "Cut
up!" to Mavis Van Peenen.
Buzzy Hoffman wants to see how Faye
Webb would look with his happy skip.
loyce Cobb's sportsmanship goes to all the
girls who make the intra-mural teams next
Henry Brint's place in the band goes to
Dona Rae Chapman.
Dorma McKinney leaves her ability to keep
out of trouble to Morris Bowen.
Harold Bailey leaves his tough look to
Dora Lee Williams, one of young marrieds,
hopes that Peggy Powers gets her man, too.
Bob Ponds. who seems to carry the weight
of the world on his shoulders, transfers his
burden to Carolyn Coclce.
Kenneth Childress leaves his blond hair to
Ruby Whitlock. '
Iune Bradford leaves her ability to get
along with people to Bernice Fogelman.
Curtis Person is kind in leaving his riches
to Davideen Beaird. so she can buy more cos-
Marvelene Pitts' ability to mix up words
goes to any future comedian.
Ruth Ayers leaves her sewing for Iames
Durham to finish.
Glenn Dodds is dying to see how Bill Hard-
ing would look with his sideburns.
Marilyn Gill wants Mack Rice to take her
place in the office next year. '
Paul Dunn leaves his love of the referees
to Davy Rast.
Betty Lou Trotter leaves her surplus "A's"
to a needy Iunior.
Marian Marshall wills her helplessness to
Buddy Iackson feels that Donald Dingman
needs his innocent look.
Bobby Mitchell leaves his songbook of
"Hillbilly Hits" to Billy Oglesby.
Shirley Akin wills her mysterious source of
history information to Bunny Bunteen.
Patty Io Robinson leaves her cheerfulness
to the faculty.
Eddie Gibson leaves his intelligence to
anybody with energy enough to use it.
Ioanne Hill leaves her progressiveness to
The pencil behind Donald Scott's ear goes
to Ierry Ioyner.
Gerald Waymon's wittiness goes to Buck
Sykes fas if Buck needs itl.
Von Whitlock wants Ianelle Brower to take
his place as Miss Smith's favorite mechanic.
Peggy Massey wants to see how Herbert
Wells would look with her dimples.
Rodney Vandiveer wills his bright shirts
falso his sunglasses businessl to Ierry Faulks.
Geneva and Jeanette want Harold Costello
to have a double, so he can be in history and
the boiler-room at the same time.
Minnie Mae Smith leaves several book-
reports for the Iuniors to fight over.
Loyce Fitzsimmons leaves his pessimism
to IoAnn Laughlin. who doesn't seem to have
a single worry.
Shirley Anderson leaves in her locker, a
date book with Charles Burns' name on every
Peggy Lane's soft voice goes to Anne
Sheppard. This should make for a quieter
Maurice Starnes leaves Don Taylor his
'i, women and song."
Alma Fears wills her guitar to Mrs. Ten-
E. C. Chapman does a service for all under-
classmen by leaving his good disposition to
Bobby DuBose leaves his headaches to the
next years' letter-man on the Annual staff.
Bobbie Iean Rea leaves her pretty eyes to
lake Carter leaves Billy Robinson and Null
Tucker to carry on the traditions of "The Old
Peggy Io Hall and Dale Hallman leave be-
cause the rest of the class does.
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ll-1 HOME ROOM
Row l-Mavis Van Peenan, Clara Oglesby, Barbara Hill, Margie Maddox, Peggy Carpenter, Shirley
Pearce, Carol Lee Delp, Ann Sheppard. Row 2- Bill Bandy, Fuller Todd, Greta Gorrell, Ona lane
Autery, Nancy Sunderland, Carolyn Roberts, Iimmy Klenk, Mrs Boettcher. Row 3-Iames Wiseman,
Iames Medford, Billy Oglesby, Ray Funderburk, Bob Sigler, lames Durham,
ll-2 HOME ROOM
Row l-lane Moss, Mary lane Boyette, Annelle Palmer, Floy Peek, Mary Dee Chapman, Io Ann Bun-
teen, Tommie Ioe Rankin, Monte Smith, Patty Duteil. Row 2-Mrs. Chambers, Pansy Tate, Peggy
lngle, Virgillia Skinner, Dorothy Sealy, Ruby Whitlock, Davideen Beaird, Thomas Roedel. Row 3-
Frank Sykes, Herbert Wells, Walter Mitchell, Bobby Perry, Roy Iohnson, Billy Braden, Larry East-
wood, Ioseph Hobbs, Richard Blair,
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Row 1-Faye Ellis, Ioyce McNamara, Francis Parsons, Ioyce Iones, Carolyn Cocke, Mary Shelnut,
Sara Sparks, Row 2-Dixie Ieter, Shelba Hicks, Ianelle Brower, David Ftast, Ierry Lou Rast, Ioyce Ann
Woods, Patsy Twilla, Row 3-Terry King, Harold Wayne Costello, Walter MacDaniel, Iames Wilson,
Don Taylor, Ierry Oates, Grady Bogue, Carl Fisher, Miss Smit.
10-1 HOME ROOM
Row l-lane Balch, Mary Hutchinson, Sue Crump, Emogene Palmer, Chimane Adams, Marian Mos-
ley, Norma lean Griffin, Shirley Dobbins, Mary Ann Gustavus. Row 2-Miss Scott, Ice Wilkins, Ralph
Parsons, Thomas Punch, Iimmy Carter, Bruce Clark, Dudley Akin, Raymond Williams, Martha Wil-
liams. Row 3-Eugene McCarty, Billy Iohnson, Pat Thomas, Wayne Perry, George Bouldein, I, C.
Hicks, Clayton Dietrich.
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10-2 HOME ROOM
Row 1-Earl Newman, Letty Ward, Alice Williams, Virginia Nixon, Doris Ayers, Bobbie Hines, Betty
Collier, Ioan Fleming, Hellen DeLashmit, Donald Dingman. Row 2-l. G. Bazzett, Ianeen Carter, Melda
Goin, Mrs. Tennant, Ioanne Laughlin, Faye Webb, Sammie Smith, Eudie Mae Hamilton, Iimmy Bowe
man. Row 3-Brad Thomas, Iames Montgomery, Malcolm McDaniels, Bobby Champer, Tony Gross,
Gene Howell, Null Tucker.
10-3 HOME ROOM
How l-Bertha Haley, Shirley Brewer, Faye Albin, Charles Morehead, Elaine Chilclres, Morris Bowen,
Ierry Stothers. Row 2-Mary Warren, Ierry Peck, Mary Alice Klenke, Mary Ethel Winters, Marlene
Newberry, Peggy Power, lean Ervin, Sandra Williamson. Row 3-Edgar Holmes, Eugene Casey.
Iimmy Thompson, Bobby Iohnson, Gene Goldsby.
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Row 1-Virginia Thompson, Sharon Stubbs, Iewel Monroe, Mary Louise Lott, Gretchen Bouten
Row 2-Betsy Chase, Beverly Anderson, Betty Boswell, Mary Alice DuBose Row 3-Mrs. Sanders,
Bobby Ioe Stevens, Dan Fisher, Iames Hill, Ierryloyner, Warren Perry.
9-2 HOME ROOM
Row l-Donna Faye Iones, Freda Nixon, Carolyn Sanders, Dellina Trott, Dorothy Williams, Dona
Bae Chapman. Row 2-Peggy Ursery, Beulah Mae Little, Peggy Bast, Frances Phyfer, Beverly Gus-
tavus. Row 3-Tommy Ponds, Donna Farris, Virginia Griltin, Imogene Birchlield, Mary lane Sunder-
land, Bill Harding, Row 4-Mr. Nemitz, Wayne Melton, Charles Malone, Claude Mitchell, Billy Gatch-
ell, Larry Reed,
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Row 1-Sue Nan Tackett, Charlotte Irby, Glenda Anderson, Mary Lee Screw, Shirley Lantrip, Mary
Cleanor Bay, Maxine Key. Row 2-Mr. Ditto, Ernest Carter, Billy Bittle, Barbara Durham, Roberta
Daniels, Ierry Faulks, Bobby Tucker How 3-Dave Carr, Tony Dinginen, Tommy Kennedy, Iohn Roe-
del, lohn Roberson.
9-4 HOME ROOM
Row 1-Billy Spencer, Iohn Kennon, Gordon Oldham, Lewis Hill, Harold Hines, Horace Wolfe, I B
Grillin, Bobby Bryan. Row 2-Billy Abby, Don Hannah, Herbert Drane, lack Carson, Bill Archer, Car-
roll Bast, C W Daniels, Robert Delashmit, Bobby Bartlett Row 3-Wayne Ewing, Ioe Elkins, Evert
Rhodes, Larry Kennon, Harold Taylor, Philip Morton, Lee Wood Iones, Bobby Ellis.
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MRS. CLARA AYCOCK MRS. MARY MILLER
MRS. THELMA T. BAKER MISS ANNIE BELLE MITCHELL
MRS. KATHLEEN GRAVES MRS. MARY L. MOORE
MRS. CELESTINE IEFPERIES MRS. NINA W. PARSONS
MRS. ERMA IOHNSON MRS. BERNICE ROI'-IRS
MISS IEWEL KESTERSON MRS. OGNES SWINDELL
MISS IEAN MOHER MRS. LOUISE VANDERSLICE
MISS MARY MOHER MRS. EDITH WARD
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PICTURE B-'Temsaus shore has lugrtecl " Football
team 1925-Mrlmgton's Frrst. Mr. Iohn R. Robe
rnson, Mr. Chester Crenshaw, Mr, Reber
Starnes, Mr. Paul Dennis, George Mooney, Dr
Wxlliam Aycock, Mr. W. H, Bass.
PICTURE C-"Center ol Attructronf' Cheerleaders-
Cocke, Kuykendall, Peek, Stubbs, Ward, Gam-
mon, Maddox, DeHaas.
PICTURE De-Mentors-Swart and Miles,
PICTURE E-"Beauties and the Beasts," Football
Queen-1951-'52-lean Grrliin. Football Queen-
I. C. flake! Carter, right end and captain
of our 1951 squad. lake has played foot-
ball four years, and has lettered three
years. He has made the All-County 1950
and '51 football teams. He is one of the
team's most reliable pass receivers as well
as a tackler and a down-field blocker.
Billy Robinson, right tackle and co-cap-
tain of the 1951 squad. Billy has played
football four years, and has lettered three
years. He made the All-County 1950 and
'51 football teams. He is an expert tack-
ler and an exceptionally hard blocker.
Buddy Iackson, right guard, has played
four years and lettered one year. Buddy
is a terrific blocker and a type of tackler
that gives the opposing back a hard time.
Hervey Aycock, right guard and tackle,
has played football four years, and let-
tered two years. He is one of the hard-
est charging linemen on the team and is
also an excellent tackler.
Walt Crites, left guard, has played and
lettered two years. He is a top rate line-
man on the team and is a tackler who
can really pack a wallop!
Calvin Bright, center, has played three
years and lettered two years. Calvin
made the 1951 All-County football team
and is a "sparkp1ug" offensive center in
the county and is equally good on de-
Harold Bailey, left guard, has played four
years and lettered two years. Bailey
made the 1951 All-County football team.
He has proved to be one of the most pow-
erful down-field blockers on the team and
is a hard-hitting tackler.
Charles Burns, left tackle, has played and
lettered two years, making the 1951 All-
County football team. He is one of the
team's most valuable offensive linemen
and a tackler that you read about.
9. Agee fBuzzyJ Hoffman, left end, has
played two years and lettered two years.
He made the 1951 All-County football
team. Buzzy is an adept pass receiver
and a top defensive player.
10. Bob Hines, left tackle, has played two
years and lettered one year. He is a
strong defensive lineman on the team and
plays offense equally as well.
ll. Travis Roberts, quarterback, has played
three years and lettered one year. He is
a tricky ball handler, a pin point passer,
and a hard runner.
12. George Medford, quarterback, has played
four years and lettered one year. George
handles the ball with much deception and
is about the fleetest back on the team.
13. Billy Weeks, left half, has played four
years and lettered three years. Billy
made the 1950-'51 All-County Football
teams. He is an aggressive player and a
very shitty runner.
14. Glenn Dodds, right half, has played three
years and lettered two years. Glenn is
a dangerous punter and a swift broken
15. Donald Scott, right half, has played two
years and lettered two years. Scott is an
alert pass defender and a good broken
This year we had a fair season, winning
thirteen out of twenty-one games.
We placed two men on the All-County
team. You know them as Paul Dunn and
Iames Medford, the latter of which was the
leading scorer. Of the sixteen players on the
squad thirteen were seniors.
Our team, although, coming in third in
the County League was runner-up in the
county tournament and that is something to
be proud of.
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To the Graduating Class
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