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Page 26 text:
In the autumn of 1950, we entered high school with forty-two students in our class
Burl Rigsby was elected presidentg Calvin Williams, vice-presidentg Magdalene Pedigo
secretaryg Lucille Black, treasurerg and Caline Luna, reporter, Mr. Howard was our
Joyce Lefevers, Marie Hobbs and Dena Bell made the basketball squad. Also that
year we had a Christmas Party.
In the sophomore year, seven of our class made the basketball squad with Betty
Esau Davis and Rena Youngblood as cheerleaders.
When we returned as juniors, our class enrollment was thirty-two. Once again we
were well represented in school activities, Six were on the basketball team, and Betty
Esau Davis was cheerleader. Dena Bell, Joyce Sherrell, Frances Henegar, Caline Luna
and Emma Jean Youngblood were taken into the Beta Club,
We gave a play entitled 'THIS IS Tl-IE LIFE' and sponsored the Junior-Senior Banquet
We entered last fall as seniors, We elected class officers as follows: President, Earl
Beck, vice-president, Burl Rigsbyp secretary, Magdalene Pedigog treasurer, Joyce Sherrellg
reporter, Betty Esau Davis, sergeant-at-arms, Charles Ware. Our sponsors were Miss Gar-
ner and Mr. Womack.
Betty Esau Davis and Jean Hall made the cheering squad while eleven from our class
made the ball team,
We are looking forward to our class play and our class trip.
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Page 27 text:
To the faculty we leave our everlasting friendship and sincere appreciation and to the
following we bequeath:
To Mr. Wiseman, we leave several sound films for his next history class.
To Mr, Womack, we leave a book on how to make a car sale,
To Mr. Stubblefield, we leave Mr. Wiseman's secretary,
To Mr. Howard, we leave a milk can full of the latest gossip,
To Mr, Crawley, we leave a book on how to prevent a depression during the Republican
To Miss Taylor, we leave a new bundle of remnants.
To Mrs. Allison, we leave a television set so she can see 'Groucho Marx. "
To Miss Gamer, we leave a new score book.
To Mrs. Stubblefield, we leave the memory of Joe Ray's beautiful eyes.
Our individual traits and properties we give and devise as follows:
1, Betty Davis, will to Billy Joe Parker the ability to get my front seat in English class.
I, Earl Beck, will my basketball ability to Joe Martin.
I, Joyce Lefevers, will my ability to get most energetic to Jean Campbell.
1, Charles Ware, will to Jackson Youngblood my ability to foul out of every basketball
I, Jo Ann Cantrell, will my bus seat to Anita Austin,
l, Donald Williams, will my ability to play basketball to Lloyd Sherrell,
I, Emma Jean Youngblood, will my place as bench warmer to Shirley Teeters.
l, Houston Bell, will my back seat in agriculture to Benny Black,
I, Frances Henegar, will my ability to make button holes to Laura McClain.
I, Burl Rigsby, will my hook shot to Kenneth McAfee.
I, Dena Bell, will to Dorotha Pendleton the ability to be most athletic.
I. Calvin Williams, will my curly hair to Lloyd Sherrell,
I, Geneva Youngblood, will my short distance to school to Anderinne Rains.
I, Bobby Belcher, will my height to Charles Jacobs.
I, Beatrice Wilson, will to Betty Jacobs a package of laughs,
I, Jim Bob Prater, will my ability to be a bench warmer to Lloyd Sherrell,
I, Jean Hall, will to Faye Rogers my cheerleading skirt.
l, Charles Hullett, will my reckless driving record to "Chigger" Love provided he lives
I, Elizabeth Turner, will my ability to tell jokes in study hall to Jean Ward.
I, Joyce Sherrell, will my position at the popcom machine to Rachel Kennamer.
I, Magdalene Pendigo, will to Melba Sharpe my standing room on Henegar's bus.
I, Olene Talbert, leave to Martha Bouldin my ability to talk in history class.
I, Anita McClain, will my talking in English class to Martha Bell.
1, Lorene Titsworth, will to Emma McMahan the right to be called the most obstreper-
ous girl at Morrison High School.
I, Josephine Hobbs, will Martha Bell the pleasure of riding in a red Mercury.
I, Mary Bell. will to Jimmy Turner the right to have a fast beating heart while giving
an English report,
I, Alice Tosh, will to Laura Ruth Williams my place in the Library Club,
I, Etta Mae Harrell, will to Billie McMahan the position as reporter of the Library Club.
We, Caline Luna and Lucille Black, will to Mr. Crawley S1 with which to buy himself
some ice cream.
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