Moultrie High School - Packer Yearbook (Moultrie, GA)
- Class of 1949
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"As freshmen, we want to thank you for the warm welcome and
helpful advice that you have given us during this first difficult year
As sophomores, we want to thank you for the wise and coun-
seling hand with which you have helped guide our subject choices
and form our ideals and principals.
As juniors, we want to thank you for making us conscious of
the outside world and its problems, and for making us realize the
need of preparing for these problems.
And as seniors, we want to thank you for getting us ready for
college or work, and for being so helpful and patient when we were
so undecided about what we wanted to do after graduation.
It has been said that the school should be an extension of the
home environment-'-Every home needs a mother--ang Miss Adams
is certainly the 'Mother oi Moultrie High School".
-from a tribute paid Miss Adams by Marion Gaines
Miss Nancy Ethel Adams
Mr. E. V. Whelchel
Mr. Thomas Mahler
0 R FACULTY
S E NIOR
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Lever:-ftt, Mr. Bill Baker. Sitting: Mrs. B
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Mullins, and Miss Anniebelle Rion
Miss Monteen Jackson, Miss Elizabeth
Ma11ard,Mr. Ed. Whigham, Miss Eleanor
Monroe, Mr. Fred Beverly, Miss Evic
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' Top Row: Mr. Julian Bridges, Miss Elizabeth
X Juhan, Mrs. Paul Rhoden, Miss Marjorie
Trimble, Miss Pearl Tedder, Mrs. Roscoe
Watkins, Mr. J. C. Boman, Mr. Marion
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line Cromartie, Mrs. P. Q. Bryan, Mr. W.
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Top Row: Mr. Calvin Key, Mrs. Mary Heard,
Miss Nanadaline Hall, Mrs. Fred Alverson,
Miss Margaret Benett, Miss Ann Smith, Mr.
Bottom Row: Miss Jane Cook, Miss Caroline
Verdery, Miss Marian Cook.
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Jack Choais, Johnny Pasley, Annie Mae
Spencer, Gertrude Jordan, Mary Allen,
Willie Mae Beguese, Mrs. W. E. Harrell,
Mrs. A. P. Hall, Mrs. A. C. Scoggins.
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Leila Mae Chestnut
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Jack Massey ----- President
Lillian Roberts - - :Treasurer
Faye Gibbs - -Vice-President
Lynn Fowler ----- Secretary
Top Row: Richard Barnes, Gene Beard, Dickie Bryant, Clinton
Carter, Billy Chafin, Sidney Cook, Billy Dean, Billy Edmonson,
Eugene Ellington. Second Row: Rayford Flowers, Jack Friedlander,
Lamar Goff, David Green, Donald Glow, Max Ladson, John Mctier,
Harold Moore, Johnny Motley, Ray Neal. Third Row: Edward
Newton, Gene Norman, James Norman, Thurl Smith, Jr. Thomp-
son, Donald Tucker, Leonard Walls, Thomas Williams, Elton
Wisham, Dennis Wyatt.
Top Row: George Amrnons, Viola Barlowe, R. F. Day, John
Dees, Laura Derden, Curtis Eason, Kenneth Gaines, Faye Gibbs,
Roscoe Gordon, Mary Jean Hancock, Rosinald Hancock, Betty
Lou Johnson. Second Row: Jackie Jordan, Jack Massey, Fred
Maxwell, Talmadge Peace, Jean Rayburn, Billy Register, Lillian
Roberts, Sarah Schaeffer, Billy Smith, Genelle Truluck, Sara
Tucker, Florence Walters. N
Top row: Sadie Bell Allegood, Helen Allen, Virginia Bell, Myrtice
Blackman, Margie Carlton, Ola Duke, Joyce Harrell, Betty Jean
Hodnet. Second row: Ann Hudgins, Louise Lairsey, Hazel Porter,
Elsie Reese, Beatrice Smith, Mary Jo Smith, Bernice Yates,
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Top Row: Bobby Alligood, Alma Boatwright, Juanita Cain, Katy
Dean Carlton, Vivian Clark, Harry Carr, Arnold Croft, Dewayne
Duke, Duriene Duncan, Thomas Ferguson, Frank Flowers, Mar-
garet Granger, Kater Hampton, Eugene Harper. Second Row:
Mary Lou Harper, Dorothy Hegwood, Jefferson Johnson,.David
Jordan, R. J. Kent, Guilladine Meadows, Frank Patterson, Flonnie
Phillips, Erwin Sellars, Max Smith, Durwood Terry, Mamie Till-
man, Horace Weaver, Joel Wills.
Top Row: Carmen Cowart, Marteel Cox, Betty Anne Croy, Betty A
Joyce Goff, Wylene Gregory, LaJuana Hall, Joanne Hall, Mattie
Pearle Horton, Opal Johnson, Zerlean King, Jeannette Long,
Lawayna Luckey, Dorothy Roberts, Mary Sloan, Frankie Tate,
Top Row: Vivian Adams, Buddy Anderson, Joyce Bynum, Edward
Crosby, Pat Deriso, Dois Deas, J. H. Gibbs, Jack Hall, Eulie
Harnell, Pat Hegwood, Ann Hendricks, Joan Hiers, June Horne.
Second Row: Jacqueline Liles, Ruth Ann Milligan, Merle Norman,
Janet Ohlinger, Joyce Porter, Dorothy Quarles, Dorothy Reese,
Cloyd Rogers, Joan Smith, Ray Snellgrove, Marjorie Strickland,
Joanne Vickers, Harold Wilson,
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Top Row: Jack Chambers, Charles Clark, Bobby Conner, Eugene
Duncan, Jack Ellis, Carl Fletcher, Harold Greeson, Cecil Home,
Bobby Johnson. Second Row: Chester Johnson, Vernon Key,
Irwin Nevels, Donald Presley, Ralph Perkins, Jimmie Sloan,
Dean Weaver, Paul Williams, Charles Smith.
Top row: Charles Bell, John Boyd, James Carlton, Lavern Car-
bin, Richard Davidson, Curtis Davis, Mary Elizabeth Gray, M. J
Harnage, Marjorie Holden, Virginia Holland, Dorothy Johnson
Barbara Ann Lane, Jean Lanier. Second row: Mary M. Lewis
Gene Lindsey, Ann Minix, Blanche Mobley, Darroll O'Neal
Jeanette Payne, Frances Potts, Sarah Rogers, Johnnie Sloan
Helen Elizabeth Tucker, Shelby West, Sheila Zitnik.
Top Row: Warnell Barfield, Jane Burdette, Gatha Cooper, Jane
Daniel, Henry Daughtry, Lynn Fowler, Joyce Gay, Joanne Ham-
mock, Lloyd Hancock, Robert Handley, Lucine Harrell, Harold
Thompson. Second Row: Jane Ann Harrison, Sandra Hawkins,
Juanita Jones, Nelle Key, Barbara Ann Martin, Pat McKay, James
Mercer, Tommy Reeves, Rosanna Robison, Reba Stephenson,
Elise Summerlin, Earl Truett, Louise Timmons, A. J. Williams.
Top Row: Guy Blasingame, Verenice Bryant, Leon Carlton,
Mary Pat Davis, Richard Gaillard, Donald Green. Second Row:
Elma Guilford, Arthur I-Iarnage, Betty Holloway, Lloyd Knowles,
Junior Knox, Katherine Lindsey, Geneva Mims. Third Row: Ralph
Moore, Eutis Morris, Sylvia Murphy, Betty Jean Shaddit, Gene
Sulton, Kenneth Taylor, Betty Weldon, William Morris.
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X Gloria Snipes ----- -President
Larry Moore - - -Vice-President
Shirley Hodges ----- Secretary
Dick Beard - - - - - -Treasurer
Top Row: Grace Adams, Guyton Adams, Annette Allegood, Harold Allegood,
Barbara Allegood, Ronnie Allegood, Cecil Anderson, Jane Anderson, Boyd Apple-
good, Nan Arwood, Opal Autrey, Sarah Baker, John Ball. Second Row: Ralph
Barber, Olin Barfield, Franklin Barloe, Irvin Barnwell, Wayne Batts, Billy
Beard, Dick Beard, Hoyt Bennett, Harry Beverly, Frank Bivins, Katie Bledsoe,
Bobby Bowers. Third Row: Dorothy Bozeman, Harry Brightwell, Johnny Brink-
ley, Juanita Brooks, Doris Bryant, lvella Buckner, Noyce Burt, Guy Carter,
Charles Causey, Floyd Causey, Lois Chambers, Earl Chitty, Gail Christianson,
Elizabeth Clarke. Fourth Row: Frank Clarke, Neal Clarke, Gresham Clements,
Myrtice Cole, Cecil Collins, Fred Colson, Pauline Connelly, Dannie Cooper,
Merle Cooper, Guy Copeland, Lucile Copeland, Hazel Covington.
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Top Row: W. C. Crawford, Rosalind Crider, Iris Croll, J. M. Crum, Addie J.
Darnpier, Elsie M. Daughtry, Lark Daughtry, Jean Delaney, Michel Deloach,
Lamar DeMott, Patsy DeMott, Duane Dobbs. Second row: Billy Dorminy, Junior
Dowdy, Eleanor Dudley, Frances Durham, Lovine Dykes, Elizabeth Eddings,
Horner Eldredge, Irelle Eldredge, Shirley Ellington, Barbara Ellis, Lenora
Everette. Third row: Roddy Ewer, Louvenia Faison, Myrtle Fleetwood,
Billy Fletcher, Reba Fletcher, L. D. Flowers, Lona Flowers, Irma J. Forernan,
Myrtice Foster, Richard Fowler, Gene Gaines. Bottom row: Dovie Gay, Gene
Gay, Sara J. Gay, Wayne Gay, Monteen Giddens, Collette Giles, Ronald Giles,
Willie Glow, Betty J. Goff, Aubrey Golden, Larry Greene.
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Top row: Berma J, Adair, Ruby J. Asbell, France Bishop, Lindy Bishop,
Lindy Boatwright, Bill Cannon, Sara R. Chastain, Bernard Cooper, Barbara
Sue Croft, Wendell Elddings, S. J. Ellinburg, Tommy Elkins, Leon Flowers
Dorothy Greene, Jeannette Griggin, Laverne Griffin. Second row: Geneva
Griner, May D. Griner, Helen Gunter, Wallace Hall, Nancy Hancock, Ronald
Hancock, Grace Hand, Frank Hannah, Wallace Hannon, Bobby Hatcher, Sylvia
Hamnmons, Richard Head, Virginia Hegwood, Don Hendricks, Mary Henson..
Third row: Sue Herring, Jack Hiers, lmogene Hobgood, Curtis Holland,
Laverne Holland, Roscoe Holland, Barbara Ann Holliday, Guy Holton, Edwin
Hortman, Louie Horton, Bernice Howard, Jessie Howard, H. B. Hurley,
Elizabeth Ingram, Evelyn Jackson. 'Bottom row: Richard Jarrell, W.'D.
Jarvis, Carolyn Jeffrey, Nell Johnson, Que Johnson, Billy Jones, Eudene
Jones, Lynn Jones, Ruby J. Jones, Doris Jordon, Mildred Kierce, Bobbie
Tucker, Vaucline Kimbrell, Earlene King.
Top Row: Hazel Gregory, Lewis Hall, Meta A. Hambrick, Betty Harvey,
Vivian Hays, Hoyt Hegwood, Kendall Hester, Shirley Hodges, Walter Hunter,
Bertha L. Kwilecki, Donald Ladson, Bobby J. Lasseter. ileconcl Row: Ed-
ward Lasseter, Hazel Lasseter, ,Homer Lasseter, Newell Lastinger, Irene
Law, Margaret Leggeette, Frankie Lewis, Nell Limbaugh, Harold Lindsay,
Dianne Long, Arthur Lowery, Florence Lowery. Third Row: Lamar Luns-
ford, Hubert Martin, lnita Iyiartin, Joan Ivlartin, Ben Mashburn, Lona B.
Massey, Lury D. lxlatthews, Leroy Matthews, Bud Maxwell, Peggy Maxwell,
Willa D. Meadows, Mary El, Melton. Fourth Row: Franklin lvlercer, Ray
Mercer, Wanna R. lvieifcer, Velma lvleredith, Kenneth Merrett, Peggy Miley,
Vernon Miller, Lila M. lvlixon, Cecil Moore, Jerry Moore, Larry Moore, Joyce
Murphy. Fifth Ro.v: ,Thurman Moore, Betty J. Morris, Mary Jo Morris
hiildred lxloore, Willard lxiurphy, Donald McClure, Joyce lv1cCranie, Patricia
McGee, Donna McGirlty,, Ray McMullen, Dorothy McMurphy.
Top Row: Jamie Norman, Margie Norman, Jeff Odom, Lenelle O'Neal, Eddie
Oxford, Gena Parker, Carey Parkman, Anna Pate, Edsel Paulk, Glenwood Pea-
cock, Marvin Perkins, Hubert Peters. Second Row: Flora Pitman, Earl Pope,
Mary A. Pope, Margaret Potts, Betty Presley, Floyd Pyles, Lamar Pyles, Jimmy
Reeves, Lajuana Rhodes, Ginger Rich, Leland Richardson. Third Row: Pauline
Richardson, Eugene Roberts, Laverne Robinson, Bobby Rogers, Charles Rogers,
Estes Rogers, Willie Jo Rowe, Dean Runnels, Bobby Ruis, Betty J. Saunders,
Louvenia Schramrn. Fourth Row: Shirley Sellers, Hazel Sellars, Wilma Sellars,
Al Shiflett, Jack Simpson, Ovalene Singletary, Gene Sirmans, Dorothy Sloan.
Fifth Row: Jean Sloan, June Sloan, Daisy Smith, Donny Smith, Dorwey Smith,
Emma J. Smith, Sherrill Smith, Franklin Smithwick,,Gloria Snipes, Hoyt Sorrell,
'IOP ROWS- EDUC Stevuensoun, Venon Stovall, Bernice Stoval, Delayne Strickland,
Floyd StI'1C-K1f1I'ld,' Jimmie Strickland, Susie Sturdivant, Richard Suber, Patricia
grullwan. Mflflf E-llzabeth SWE-fat, Alvin Thomas. Second row: Elizabeth Thomas,
Talmadge lrhomasi Thomas Tompklns, Dorothy Tilman, Joyce Tillman, Thelma
' YSOTI, Rodney Vanzandt, Guythea Wade, I..eDonne Walker, Lovelle Walker, Otis
Walker. Third row: Claude Waters, Clyde Waters, Charles Weaver, Franklin
WCHVCT. Faye West, Millard West, James Whelchel, .Billy Whitaker Betty Wig-
Smsg F10Y'd Williflfms, Floyd Williams. Fourth row: Helen wnlieineen, Joyce
Willis, MClTf1'S Willis, Marvin Wills, Doris Wilson, Ellis Wilson, Ronald Wil-
SOD, B0bby Wisenbaker, Irmalene Wisham, Margaret. Yarborough, Stanley Winn.
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Top row: Shirley Abbott, Latrelle Adarns, Betty Faye Alderman, J. B.
Alderman, Shirley Alexander, Royce Almond, Gene Anderson, Eva Andrews,
Lee Baker, Monetta Baker, Patrick Baker, Norma Jean Baldy. Second Row:
Doyle Ballard, Dykes Barber, Duaine Barfield, Nan Barfield, Cecil Barker,
Charles Barrett, Edgar Belcher, Edna Belcher, Kenneth Bell, Evon Bell, Betty
June Benefield. Third row: Jerry Berry, Dan Bigham, Charles Blalock,
John Blaine, Patsy Blalock, Ann Bonary, Wayne Bobo, Gene Bonner, Ray
Branch, Grady Lee Boyd, Evelyn Bragg, Margaret Brinson. Fourth row:
Laverne Brown, Lucille Browning, Geraldine Bufford, Thelma Bryant, Wil-
lian Brown, Carley Bryant, Ruben Burt, Eudora Butler, Nellie Grace
Carden, Gene Carlton Gene, Ronald Carlton, Geraldine Carter .
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Top row: Katherine Ellinberg, Harold Kelly, Elton Kennedy, Carlton Kenny,
Laverne Kerce, Louise Key, Bobby Faye Lairsey, Jean Lawrence, Blondell
Lee, Juanita Lee, Nancy Lee, Elaine Leverett. Second row: Betty Louis,
Travis Liles, Jack Lindsey, O. G. Lowry, Virma Luke, Ethel McCall, Earl-
dene McCorvey, Maxine McCoy, Carolyn McDonald, Eudora McDonald, Barbara
Sue McGee. Third row: Selena MacNab, Edward McFarland, Gayle Manley,
George Mashburn, Marion Mathis, Lucile Matthews, Jimmy May, Lillian
Christine Mercer, Louise Mercer. Fourth row: Bobby Millings, Melvin
Mims, Joe Montgomery, Betty Mae Moore, Mary Alice Moore, Janie Sue
Moss, Tommy Morgan, Dorothy Mullis, Billy Murphy, Mary Anne Murphy.
Top row: Eloise Casey, Elizabeth Causey, Faye Chapman, Patsy Chastain,
Brady Clarke, Muriel Click, Betty Collins, Billy Connelly, Bobbie Dean Cooper,
Charles Cooper, Elizabeth Cooper. Second row: Avis Cox, Lamar Corbitt,
Charles Cox, Ronnie Cox, A. I. Craig, Zed Croft, Lynwood, Charlie Croy, Ottis
Curls, Charles Davidson, Charles Davis. Third row: Guerry Davis, Marvin
Davis, Adrian Day, Lessie Lee Day, Hope Deariso, Helen DeLaughter, Dan Dos-
ter,Edna Dowdy, Letitia Drake, Peggy Driskell. Fourth row: Mark Dunn, Mary
Dupree, Charles Evans, Doris Evans, Kenneth Faison, Malcolm Fisher, Billy
Flowers, Patsy Flowers, Virginia Folsom.
Top row: Annie Ruth McGlamery, Elvera Lamb, Freddie Anne Lawhorne,
Charles O'Neal, Ethel Ragan, Clarise Sowell, Barbara Anne Stanaland, Eleanor
Storey, Joan Strange, Dorothy Strawder, Deloyce Strickland, Jane Strickland,
Bernice Tatum, Betty Dean Taylor, Betty McLendon. Second row: Louise Mc-
Donald, Jean Taylor, Joyce Taylor, Elma Thomas, Zadie Lene Thomas, Bobby
Thompson, Kathryn Thompson, J. L. Thompson, Barbara Tillman, Nadine Till-
man, Sammy Tillman, Reba Tomlinson. Third row: Nadine Lindsey, Anne
Grace Truett, Paul Truett, Albert Turner, Annie Grace Tucker, Lemma Tucker,
Shirley Tucker, Barbara Ann Turner, Ida Pearl Turner, Garry Vick, Buddy
Vickers, Barbara Vines, Billy Wade, Elaine Walden. Fourth row: Louise
Waller, Carlton Walls, Betty Jean Walters, Carolyn Weldon, Tom Whelchel,
Betty Whitaker, Frank Williams, Lloyd Williams, Joan Wommack, Grace Wyatt,
Tony Young, Barbara Yonce, Lou Zimmer.
Top row: Edwin Fussell, Janice Fussell, Billy Gaines, Cecil Gaines, Joyce
Gatlin, Levell Gay, Winston Glausier, Donahue, Eugene Granger, Dorothy
Gray, Lois Gray, Harry Greene, Eunice Gregory. Second row: Bobby Griffin,
Shirley Griffin, Geraldine Hackle, Dorothy Pearl Hall, Clifford Hall, Laverne
Hall, Marlene Hall, Mary Ellen Hall, Max Hall, Ross Hall, Ann Hancock,
Berta Hancock, Marise Hancock. Third row: Katie Harvin, James Har-
graves, Junior Harrell, Louise Harrell, Dorothy Hart, Murff Hawkins, Cori
nelius Herrington, Dennis Hiers, Edward Hiers, Eudene Hiers, Maxine Hol-
land, Lunie Holton. Fourth row: Carswell Hughes, Raymond Hunter, Wayne
Hunter, Charlie lsom, Viola Jackson, Bobby Jenkins, Jimmy Jenkins, Tommy
Jenkins, Gene Johnson, Joseph Johnson, Bernie Jones.
Top Row: Reginald Nevels, Gene Newton, Gibson Newton, Carolyn Norman,
Cora Jean Norman, Lavon Norman, Virginia Norman, Keya Odom, Alfred
O'Ke1ley, Edna Earl Parha, Nadine Parker, John Parks, Sec ond Row: Eu-
gene Parten, Vernon Peacock, Arthur Pearce, .Jeannette Perkins, J. M.
Perkins, La Faye Philyaw, Doug Pittman, Henry Plair, Barbara Ann Plymel,
Marcia Poole, Mary Pope, B. L. Potts. Third Row: Lamar Potts, Jack
Presley, Margaret Price, Willene Raffield, Jessie B. Richardson, Joan
Richardson, Dorothy L. Ricks, Charlie Roberts, Candler Rogers, Nita
Runnels, Betty J. Sanders, Earnest Saunders. Fourth Row: Mayretha
Saunders, Irvin Sloan, Audrey Sloan, Bobby J. Srnith, Charles Smith, Edith
Smith, Jessie M. Smith, Ted Smith., Mary Smithwick, Carolyn Snellgrove.
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The Student Government Association has
worked to promote harmonious relations be-
tween faculty and students, serving both with
equal facility. Among its larger projects for
the year were the Halloween Carnival, the
handling of concessions at basketball games
and the contribution of two hundred dollars
to promote the first yearbook published at
Moultrie High since 1946.
Mary Jean Hancock g'iari1Y3 Piarce
Jack Massey . . OYCG fr am
Katie Jean Aycock Marlon Games Gene Bffttoon
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President --.--- - - - Marion Gaines
Vice-President- - - - Joyce Parham
Secretary- - - - Marilyn Pearce
Treasurer - - ---- Molly Hart
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
Laura Jean Baugh
Jane Ann Harrison
Virginia Claire Hays
Anna Jane Neal
Bennie Helen Parker
Mary Frank Sewell
Clara Nell Whelchel
M. J. Harnage
John Mc Tier
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virginia c. Hays ,Treasurer
Mary F. Sewell, Freddie Gammage, Rebekah
Culbreth, Rosanna Robison, Bennie H. Par-
ker, Barbara Suber, Anna J. Neal, Marilyn
Pearce, Jane Burdette.
This group is responsible for the pep meetings, for
decorating the stadium and gym for games, and for pro-
moting good sportsmanship campaigns.
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Eleanor Isom ----- President
Billy Ivey ---- Vice President
Joyce Patch ----- -Secretary
Ginger Rich ----- Treasurer
Mr. Calvin Key Mr. Julian Bridges
Miss Jane Cook Miss Caroline Verdery
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Ginger Rich -----
Lou Zimmer - -1- -
Shirley Hodges - - -
Shiela Zitnik ----
Jo Beth Herring
Gene Britton ----
Helen Parker ----
JoAnn Vickers - - -
Joyce Patch -----
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- - Senior
Helen DeLaughter - Freshman
Reuben Burt ---- Freshman
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Captain - - - .Terry Cox Assistant Director -Harry Williams
Treasurer - - - Lewis Cox Secretary ----- Rosanna Robison
Second Lieut - Olliff Horkan First Lieut. ---- Marilyn Pearce
Quartermaster ----- Ray Fisher
Drum Majorette - - Marilyn Pearce
The Moultrie High School Band under
the direction of C. H. f"Pop"l .Tenni-
son has added color to many school
and civic occasions this year. At the
district festival in Moultrie, they won
Superior ratings in concert and
marching. The sixty-five members,
largest in its history, have had a
pleasant and profitable association
President ----- Ronald Tucker
Vice-President - - - Lynn Fowler
Secretary ------ Sonny Posey
K Treasurer ---- Harry Williams
President ------ -Eleanor Isom
Vice-President - -Rosana Robinson
Secretary -------- Ann Bryant
Treasurer - - - - - Sara Tucker
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Laura J, Baugh
Mary P, Davis
La Juana Hall
Mary J. Hancock
Jane A. Harrison
Virginia C. Hays
Jo Beth Herring
Mary M. Lewis
Barbara A. Martin
Ruth A. Milligan
Anna J. Neal
Bennie H. Parker
Mary F. Sewell
Willie D ora Tillman
Clara N. Whelchel
Joyce A. Williams
LIBRARY IEL E
Norma Sue Barnes
Laura Jean Baugh
Katie Jean Carlton
Anna Jane Neal
President ------ Q- - Seena Akridge
Vice-President ---- Anna Jane Neal
Treasurer --------- Audrey Bell
Secretary - - - - - Virginia Cooper
Purpose: To give full and willing service to the school in the
realm of printed material and audio-visual aids, to promote
interest in librarianship as a profession, and to teach the
members of the club some routines and skills connected with
Adviser - - - -Miss Sara Young
EUTIRE TEACHER OE A ERICA
Offic er s
President - ..' .... -- - -
Senior Vice President- - - Jackie Stewart
Junior Vice President- -Rosanna Robinson
Secretary-Treasurer - - - Janet Ellington
- Mary Strange
Lynette Almond 4 Jo Beth Herring Viola Barlow
Laura Jean Baugh ' Helen Harrell Florence Walters
Audrey Bell Jackie Croll Frances Norman
Barbara Clark Virginia Claire Hays Sarah Griffin
Faye Coleman Noah Lindsey Sara Louise Tucker
Frances Collier Bennie Helen Parker Sarah Rogers
Carmen Cowart Rebekah Culbreth Mary Jean Hancock
Adviser ------ -lvliss Eleanor Monroe
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Vice-President - - - - Barbara Ragan lg! fr
Secretary ---- - - Ann Hancock f,
Treasurer ------- - Bobby Lairsey Q p l
Miss Anne Smith ---- Adviser
Latrelle Adams, Betty Faye Alderman, Lou Genia Allman, Eva Andrews, Sara
Baker, Nan Barfield, Katie Sue Bledsoe, Lois Chambers, Carolyn Cobb, Eliz-
abeth Cooper, Martha Courtney, Avis Cox, Letitia Drake, Shirley Ellington,
Louvenia Faison, Myrtle Fleetwood, Virginia Folsom, Myrtice Forter, Janice
Fussel, Joyce Gattin, Sara Jean Gay, Betty June Golf, Lois Gray, Eunice
Gregory, Laverne Griffin, Shirley Griffin, Geraldine Hackle, Marlene Hall,
Mary Ellen Hall, Ann Hancock, Virginia Hegwood, Mary Henson, Ernestine
Hiers, Burnice Howard, Elizabeth Ingrarn, Viola Jackson, Nell Johnson, Erline
King, Bobby Lairsey, Bobby Jean Lassiter, Hazel Lassiter, Dorothy Lee,
Maydine McCoy, Lillian Meadows, Chistain Mercer, Louise Mercer, Ann Minix,
Lila Mae Mixion, Joyce Murphy, Carolyn Norman, Betty Resley, Barbara
Ragan, Carolyn Smellgrove, Sue Stevenston, Eleanor Story, Bernice Strange,
Deloyce Strickland, Jane Strickland, Mary Ellen Tate, Joyce Tillman, Mary
Ellen Thomason, Zadie L. Thomas, Annie Grace Tucker, Betty Wiggins, Doris
Wilson, Irma Jean Wisham, Margaret Yarbrough.
President ----- - -Annette Allegood
Vice-President - - - - - Louise Kwilecki
Secretary - - - ---- - - - Lucene Harrell
X . Treasurer --------- Joyce Ann Williams
N "" 67 Parliamentarian - - ------- lnita Martin
V Historian ------- ------ ' Ginger Rich
Program Chairman - - ---- B arbara Holliday
- J, Recreation Chairman - - ---- Joyce Parham
Publicity Chairman - - - - - Patricia McGee
Mrs. Tom Cash ---- Adviser
Romona Akers, Annette Allegood, Barbara Allegood, Jane Anderson, Nan
Arwood, Dorothy Bozeman, Juanita Brooks, Doris Bryant, Elizabeth Clarke,
Merle Cooper, Lillian Cox, Barbara Sue Croft, Frances Durham, Lovine Dykes,
Lenora Everett, Reba Fletcher, Montine Giddings, Jeannette Griffin, May D.
Griner, Meta Anne Hambrick, Lucene Harrell, Sue Herring, Marjorie Holden,
Barbara A. Holiday, Evelyn Jackson, Eugene Jones, Ruby J. Jones, Doris
Jordan, Louise Kwilecki, Margaret Leggette, Nell Limbaugh, Dianne Long,
Inita Martin, Peggy Maxwell, Joyce McCranie, Patricia McGee, Willidean
Meadows, Wana R. Mercer, Velma Meredith, Blanche Mobley, Mildred Moore,
Betty J. Morris, Margie Norman, Anna Pate, Joyce Parham, Mary A. Pope,
Margaret Potts, LaJuana Rhodes, Ginger Rich, Pauline Richardson, Willie J.
Rowe, Dorothy Reese, Betty J. Saunders, Edith Seabolt, Shirley Sellars,
Wilma Sellars, Jean Smith, Gloria Snipes, Barbara Stahl, Delayne Strickland,
Marjorie Strickland, Nadine Summerlin, Dorothy Tillman, Rubye Tucker, Thel-
ma Tyson, Betty Williams, Joyce Ann Williams, Joyce Willis.
Vice-President - - - --.. Nita Runnels
Secretary-Treasurer ---- Barbara Vines
Reporter --------- Carolyn McDonald
Social Chairman ------- Clarice Sewell - - Barbara Plymel
Recreational Chairman - -Elaine Leverette if
Program Chairman ----- -Marcia Poole
Publicity Chairman ---- Janie Sue Moss
Scrape Book -------- -Nadine Tillman Y
Miss Marion Cook - Adviser
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Margaret Aprozeon, Yvonne Bell, Faith Bennett, Patsy Blalock, Ann Brinson
Evelyn Bragg, Laverne Brown, Eudora Butler, Juanita Cannady, Gearline Carter
Elizabeth Causey, Patsy Chastain, Muriel Click, Betty Collins, Helen DeLaughter
Mary Dupree, Jewel Flowers, Patsy Flowers, Francine Gunn, Lois Harrell, Mollie
Hart, Maxine Holland, Gloria Kent, Laverne Kerce, Wynelle Kerce, Louise Key,
Elvera Lamb, Betty Jean Larisey, Altis Lastinger, Freddie Ann Lawhorne, Elaine
Leverette,rNadine Lindsey, Selena McNab, Carolyn McDonald, Eudora McDonald,
Barbara McGee, Janie Sue Moss, Annette Motley, Cora JeanNorman, Virginia Nor-
man, Keva Odom, Edna Earle Parham, Nadine Parker, Jeanette Perkins, La Faye
Philyan, Douglas Pittman, Barbara Plymel, Margaret Price, Marcia Poole, Willene
Raffield, Jessie Bell Richardison, Nita Runnels, Mae Retha Saunders, Edith Smith,
Mary Smithwick, Clarice Sowell, Dorothy Strowder, Nadine Tillman, Reba Tom-
linson, Barbara Turner, Ida Pearl Turner, Barbara Vines, Elaine Walden, Betty
Jean Walters, Betty Whitaker, Lou Zimmer.
Guyton Adams, John Ball, Dick Beard, Gene Beard, France Bishop, Harley
Bishop, James Dowdy, Gene Gaines, Frank Hanna, Vlia Harrel, Charles
Holden, Walter Hunter, Gene Jenkins, Billy Jones, Edward Lassiter, Ben
Mashburn, Eulit Morrison, Max Murphy, Frank Patterson, Talmadge Peace,
Marvin Wills, Elton Wisham.
Mr. I-Iaralson James Dowdy
Mr. Jernigan Gene Jenkins
Harley Bishop Ben Mashburn
Gene Beard Max Murphy
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F ranklin Wetherington Secretary
Ted Brannon Repgrter
John Stephenson Vice-President
Lindsey Ayers Treasurer
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President ------ George Lindsey
Vice-President - - -Cluese Hegwood
Secretary-Treasurer - -Glen Harden
Reporter ----- Addis Lee Carnes
Coordinator ----- Mr. Bill Baker
President ------- Owen Thomas
Vice-President ------ Donald Hill
Secretary-Treasurer - - Billy Harvey
Bobby Joe Timmons
Frank Pidcock - -President
Ray Neal- -Vice President
Donald Hill ---- S ecretary
Larry Moore- - Treasurer '
Bobby .Toe Timmons
John Mc Tier
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Frances Adams June Green Helen Parker
Virginia Bell Elma Giulford Betty Rhodes
Romona Carlton Ann Hudgins Betty Richardson
Ona Faye Crawford Hazel Kilgore Sarah Schaeffer
Betty Ann Croy Barbara Ann Lane Rosalind Taylor
Dewayne Duke Trenna Norman Betty Weldon
President ----------------- Betty Rhodes
Senior Vice-President- - ---- - - - Helen Parker
.Tunior Vice-President ------------ Ann I-Iudgins
Secretary-Treasurer --------- Betty Richardson
Program Chairman ------ ---- R omona Carlton
Sponsor ------- ---- M iss Jane Cook
The purpose of this organization is to promote an interest in
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Trimble, Adviser, Ellis Green, Lamarr DeMott, Sonny
Posey, Lynette Almond, Joanne Vickers, Sandra Hawkins,
Frances Adams. Back row: Gloria Snipes, Barbara Ann
Holliday, Richard Davidson, Mary Strange, Gene Britton,
Jackie Croll, Janet Ellington, Ramona Carlton, Jo Beth
Mrs, Hiller Gammage Edifflvr Virginia C. Hays
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"Officers of '49'
Master Counselor -- Harry Williams
Donald Hill Ray Fisher Nat Hughs
Senior Counselor , 5eC1'eta1'Y 'Tunlor Counselor
WHAT IS THE DEMOLAY?
The teachings of the Order of
DeMo1ay ..... love of parents, love
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Cannon, Barber, R. Fowler, Beverly, F. Williams, and Glow.
Next row - Ammons, Daughtry, Barfield, L. Fowler, Murphy and
Golfers left to right - I. Whelchel, Moore, Z. Lassiter. Znd row -
Applewhite, T, Whelchel, Oxford, Sirmans and Bivins. Front
row - Beverly, Fowler, Pidcock, H. Lassiter and Isom.
Standing left to right - Pope, Weeks, and Rutland.
Kneeling left to right - Watson, Robison, and Whelchel.
Left to right - Top row - Watson, Hall, Whelchel,
Griffin, Parker and Miss Epsyg 2nd row - Miss
Mullins, Rutland, Hammock, Robison, Cox, Weeks,
Tucker, Holiday, Long, Pope and Hegwoodg Bottom
row - Rich, Kwilecki, Rhodes, Campbell, Hodges,
Daniels and Roberts.
Left to right, Top Row: Mr. Murphy, Mobley, Mc-
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Middle Row: Peters, Tucker, Maxwell, Shiflet
Front Row: Murphy, McGlarnory, Rodney Vanzandt,
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Q REMEMBRANC E
. Marion Gaines
Remeinbrance comes to young and old,
No matter how far they may roamg
Remembrance brings to mind the school,
That we ever will call 'our own".
While in that school we formed a class,
'We're the finest ever seen, A e
And together we all proudly stuck, if rl
Through hours of joy and war days lean.
From first thru' eleven we all went,
With work 'a'p1enty and joy galoreg i s
Football games, plays, and Prom,
Remembrance .held dear forevermore.
To our final year we hurried on, ki'
With footsteps light and fast, "
'Til all at once we suddenly knew,
After this there'd be only the past.
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That no class could e'er be so fine, '
As the one we graduated with, X
The class of '49,
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
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XM' LAST WILL AND TESTAM1-:NT Q!!
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We, the members of the Senior Class of 1949, being of sound
mind fthis is not necessarily the opinion of our teachersj, have
set upon the task of bequeathing our traits, talents, knowledge,
etc. ---- to the underclassmen of M. H. S.
Now in departure, as we take one final look upon the site of
our many joys and sorrows, pleasures and failures, we cannot
refrain from shedding a tear for those who will endeavor to fill
Without further ado, we wish to will the following to those
less fortunate than we .... I Q A
We, the Senior Class of '49, leave endurance to the unfortunate
freshmen in hopes that they can struggle through that extra year.
I, Audrey Bell, leave my reducing pills to Sheila Zitnik.
I, Bennie Helen Parker, leave the broken hearts of all my
ex-boyfriends to Mary Dupree in hopes that she will repair them.-
I, Jackie Croll, leave my algebra grades to anyone who can
get by with them. I couldn't. 1
We, Bobbery Pope and Lois Campell, leave our athletic ability
to Rosanna Robinson, so she will have no fear of Nita Runnels'
getting her basketball position nextlyear.
I, Jack Smithwick, leave to J. H. Gibbs' my ability to get into
I, Ramona Carlton, being of unstable mind, do will my quarter
brain, which I was awarded by Miss Espy, to any poor geometry student.
'I, Lena Mae Ricks, leave my beauty cream to Jean Lanier. 4.
I, Betty Jean Green, leave my big bright eyes, used only for the
purpose of alluring boys, to Jane Ann Harrison.
We, Bulah Crum and.Kathryn Truluck, leave our 'always ready'
smiles and good mornings to Merle Norman and Ann Hendricks.
I, Mary Ann Whitaker, leave my plentiful hair to Ann Bonar.
We, Frances Norman and Dorothy Morgan, leave our tricycle built
for two to all students who go to town during lunch, legally and illegally.
I, Vandall Brock, leave fmy car to the guy who will claizn and
I, Wayne Page, leave my thumb to Ray Snellgrove in hopes that he
will get as many vitamins out of it as I have.
I, Marvin Perlman, hereby will my good looks, which were left
to me by Slimey Moore, to Guy Blasingame.
I, L. A. Thompson, leave to Gene Norman all my good grades in
Algebra in hopes that he can pull them up to a "D",
I, June Greene, leave my unpaid library dues to Lawayna Luckey.
I, Lynette Almond, will my favorite hobby, pursuing men, to Jean
and June Sloan.
I, Theodore Wiggins, leave my ability to shoot spitballs on the
school bus to Donald Glow.
I, Charles Willis, leave my 185 pieces of chewing gum under the
desk in the D. C. T. room to Jack Ellis.
4 I, Gene Britton, leave my treasured Ku Klux Klan hood to
Eddie Oxford in hopes that he will enjoy wearing it as much as I
I, Noah Lindsay, leave my ability for telling tall tales which
I inherited from Roy McTier back to .Tohn McTier, since it seems
to have jumped the track.
I, Cecil Hobby, will my ability to create a sunny smile to
We, Emily Saunders, Dorothy Bowers, and Dolores Bryant,
leave our hope chests to Louise Lairsey and Jean Raeburn in
hopes that their hopes will come true as ours did. I, Mary Rutland, leave to Peggy Maxwell my kindness toward
her brother Tommie, in hopes that they'll stop arguing.
I, Blondine Freeman, leave my typewriter in the typing room
to Lucene Harrellprovided she teaches it to spell better than I did.
I, Jerry Cox, leave a loud guffaw to Charles Cox so that Pop
J'ennison's jokes might not go laughless.
I, Mary Strange, will my ability to climb the tree outside
Miss Trimble's window to Sonny Posey.
I, Norma Sue Barnes, do hereby will my collection of band
and basketball jackets to Ann Minix so that Billy's football jacket
can get a long-needed rest.
I, Jimmy Peters, being of broken-down mind and body to
match, do will my 'squirm corner" in French to Jackie Fried-
lander in hopes that he will suffer as much as I did.
I, Thayan Sorrell, leave to James C. Carlton my seat next to the
door in Mr. Leveritt's chapel. ,,. I
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I, Donald Thomas, will my ability to flirt with girls and get by to
Elton Wisham. V
We, Helen Harrell and Dorothy Mitchell, will our knowledge
of Spanish to Lynn Fowler and Mary .Tean Hancock.
I, Lewis Cox, leave my man's beard to Ray Neal and toss in Shir-
ley Hodges to boot. I W
I, Ray Fisher, leave my parking place at the Drive-In-.Theater to
Dan Doster in hopes that he will enjoy the entertainment there as much
as I did.
We, Mollie Hart, Ruby Miles and Mary Weaver, leave our 'ways
with men' to Ann Hudgins, Sarah Rogers and Barbara Ann Law.
I, Marion Gaines, leave my biography on "Why I Prefer Blondes'
to Mrs. Riddlespurger. V
I, Owen Thomas, leave ----- but I'll be back.
I, Donald Hill, leave before I get kicked out.
The foregoing will was drawn up by Marilyn Pearce and Mary
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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
Look. Here is Loette Watsonfinally marriedto her A -...--
ball Player. He is P1aYinS with the New York Yankees Z-T:
and--guess what? They are raising their own ball X X OX ng.-tif:
team. They have everything but a second baseman, so O g 2
Loette is having to substitute.
Mrs. Roger Dean Tucker, the former Miss Era Perry, has recently
published her new book, How To Catch Men Easily. The book has been
eagerly awaited ever since Era's dimples dashed many girls' hopes to
the rocks back in 1949.
Miss Faye Coleman is now teaching poor little green Freshman "Eng
lish" in Miss Bennett's old room. Also Miss Barbara Suber is director
of music in Moultrie High School and the A Capella Choir recently got all
"one's" at the National Music Festival in San Francisco, California.
..mi3:,,f-- The room formerly occupied by Miss Gladys Espy
' is now in the capable hands of Miss Freddie Gammage.
I She is Teaching senior algebra and geometry. It has been
reported that she makes he-r pupils sleep on math books
QTL'-T' at night to soak up more knowledge.
We see that Sonny Powell has finally become a big business man.'l-Ie
is now selling platform shoes for short people. Sonny is quite a success,
possibly because he is such a shining example. A .aV" d fy y if
rg News has just reached us from Frank Piecock who is
now residing in the White House. He says his business is
slacking up and he will be home for the week end. You see,
when the'Congressmen aren't there, the trash cans don't
need emptying nearly so often.
The Moultrie TransitCo. is now owned and operated by Rudolph Jar-
vis. There has been some complaint that the busses go too fast. The reason
was explained as being that Mr. Bob-by Joe Timmons has recently installed
jet propulsion in all the busses.
Glen Harden has recently beensinade president of the Hitch-hikers Club.
He succeeded the honorable Billy Weldon who has been in office for ten years.
Eunice Meadows, opera star, expects to visit Moultrie?
next weekg Miss Meadow's personal secretary is Helen Tucker.'f'?1j'! jig,
Mary Sherling and Joyce Lynch are members of the Sunset gaizulty.
They attribute their success in the educational world to regular and
Miss Dorothy Nelle McCall, Dean of Women at the Okapilco Univer-
sity, announces that the faculty and office force have been enlarged. They
have two new secretaries, 'Daisy Belle Todd and Ona Faye Liles.
The Moultrie Observer is now being printed up and
down instead of from side to side. When asked why, the
gs linotypist, Mr. Clyde Wills, answered, "Oh, Igot tired of
SI doing the same thing eve ry day and decided that the change
would do me good." He is being checked at Milledgeville
for further cornplic ations.
Lawton Nloncrief, producer and playwrite, has announced he is
planning to produce 'Nine Girls' in Moultrie again.
The famed Murphy boys, Max and Wayne, are now running that famous
night club "Tip Toe In'--they stagger out. Their main attraction is their
chorus line made up of Mildred Gay, Nell Burt, Barbara DeMott, Ona Faye
Crawford, Frances Collier, Barbara Sherling, Helen Parker and Ola Belle
Hudson. This chorus line is part of the original Rockettes from Broadway.
Miss Vivian McEver's "Home for WaywardCats" was recently featured
in Life Magazine. Her collection now consists of ninety-six Toms, eighty-
seven mothers, and three hundred seven kittens. When asked if her zoo--I
mean collection--bothered the neighbors, she stated, "The -- neighbors --
left ten years ago."
Sarah Griffin has just finished her latest book, Boric Acid,
and it has made a terrific impression on the public. Their eyes it
are still burning. This is one of the many best sellers pub- 1
lished by Miss Griffin. Her last, How To Be Smart And Not
Study, sold out before it reached the newsstand. Since Billy
Harvey bought nine copies and the teachers didn't get a single one,
Billy is auctioning all his books at black market prices to all
teachers in order that they may catch on to their students' tricks
Miss Barbara Clark has opened her new alteration shop to the public.
Until this time she has been making original costumes for Metro-Goldwyn-
Guess what hasijus hit Hollywood? A new duet called "The Corn
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Cribbers". This duet forms a new group of comedians. It is composed
of .Tack Chastain and Zelle Lassiter. After their first performance
they were run on Broadway--and out of town.
Miss Olliff Hgrkan has just announced that her barn
dance hall on the old post road is now open. She figures pp'f S
that since so many people use that road she might as
well profit from it. She is teaching "How to Stomp Grace- flls
lessly in Ten Difficult Lessons" for a small fee. I 1 " X
Miss Agnes Giddens now owns a department store all her own. K
Mr. Bobby Dykes and Mr. Ed Dorminy have recently found a new
plant in their experimenting. Bobby claims the roots are formed of
carrots, potatoes, and turnips. The tops resemble cabbage and it is re-
proted that the bloom closely resembles an orchid. Mr. Dorminy and
Mr, Dykes are planning on high profits. Clyde Truluck, their official
taster stated--"If the plant is cooked one hour in boiling water, you
have ready-made Irish Stew."
Police Chief Floyd Addison, Ir., said today that
i all wolves who roam the streets after dark must have
a hunting license. This was reported after he had
picked up Donald Hill and sent him home to his wife
for the t ird time in one week. It was on Wednesday, incidentally.
Mrs. .Timmy Peters, the former Miss Marilyn Pearce, hasjust announced:
"I finally completed my course in Home Ec. Now we can eat at home. '
Jimmy states that they have been eating in a restaurant for ten years.
Roger Mansfield has just taken the place of
Walter Winchell on the N. B. C. Network.
Flash. Republican party leader Miss Virginia Claire Hays has
announced that she plans to run Mr. John Mobley on the Republican ticket
and Billy Harvey for Vice-President. Miss Hays also announces that
when John is in the White House, she is going to have the balcony removed
from the front and placed on the other side of that Presidential abode.
Mr. Gene Britton cir- T' culation manager of the
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Moultrie Observer, 'N Q succeeded Mr. Elrle
Taylor, Gene is quite - happy in his new job.
Mr. Sydney Garrison, who finally finished at Tech, has volunteered
his services to Moultrie High to construct pavement all around the campus.
The faculty is especially proud, since this will aid Soil C onservation and at
the same time relieve janitor service rendered by the teachers.-
Dr. Edward Pattillo now heads the dental clinic at
Berlin. His stenographer is Seena Akridge. g
WhenFrances Adams and Jo Beth Herring opened their home for old
maids, some one muttered, "They finally did something for the good of man-
kind. " Their home is located out near the work camp. They are looking for
more old ladies-I meanthey are looking for more old ladies who have resist
ed menfor a long time. These are invited to take refuge in their home.
Miss Jackie Stewart has recently returned from Holly-
wood. She has been teaching young starlets how to flutter Ah
their eyelashes. She also states that she still has a position
open for a young man, 6 feet or over, with brown
hair, brown eyes, weighing about 175 pounds and possessing lovable ways.
The Vereen Memorial Hospital is now in an excellent
condition. Betty Cates and ,J Miss Betty Rhodes
are head nurses. Their ex- cellent executive
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Staff is completed by Miss We Rosaland Taylor,
Miss Hazel Kilgore, Mary Ann Lowery, Jewel Tyler, Joyce Ann Williams
and Ann Porter. Dr. Mary Ellen Tate is Head Physician.
Junior Griffin now owns the Colquitt Theatre, Hugh Pearce and Eu-
gene Pope are his ushers. Mrs. Joe Clark, formerly Miss Willie Dora
Tillman, is his ticket seller. Miss Odessa Davis makes all of Mr. Grif-
fin's private appointments.
Mr. Jack Tanner, owner of the famous 'You Lose 'Em Casino", an-
nounced the proud fact: 'I won my first free game on the pinball machine. "
We see that Robert Lewis has a new job. He is holding babies in
the Colonial Store while their mothers shop.
Walter Hester has just completed his L ll . flight around the
globe. He set a new world's record of twenty-five min-
utes. Nevertheless, it has been reported that Harry Williams has been
removed to a sanitorium. He was trying to figure out how long before
Walter could get back if the wind were blowing at 100 9fl0 miles per hour,
the planes were flying at 8765 ZX97 M. P. H., and the plane weighed 6892
lbs., 15 ounces, and 10 grams. The trouble was thathe cou1dn't find out
what Z plus X minus Y to the tenth power equaled.
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HATS OFF to the members of the Senior
Mothers Club who encouraged us to attempt
the publication of this 1949 Packer Annual.
, HATS OFF to the Student Government
Association who contributed 5200.00 to our
HATS OFF to Mrs. Nat Hughs, Mrs. Al
Hays and Mrs. John Harvey who were instru-
mental in securing the interest and financial
assistance of many friends of our school.
. HATS OFF to the sponsors listed below
who really made this publication possible.
Moultrie Banking Co.
Mr. C. O. Smith
Swift and Co.
Mr. W. J. Vereen '
Mr. G. A. Horkan
Moultrie Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
David's The Store of Quality
Moultrie National Bank
The Georgia Northern Railway
E 8: S Motors, Inc.-
Colquitt Ice Co.
Nat Hughs, Firestone Store
Observer Publishing Co.
Cash Drug Store
The 'Milk Shed
Williams Roofing Supply A
Ellis Furniture and Electric Co.
Mr. W. H. Barber
Lassiter Sporting Goods
Moultrie Grocery Co.
Gulf Super Station 81 Van Gas Co
J. W. Harvey's Super-Markets
Hall Hardware Company
M. D. Kelly Furniture Co.
G. G. Henderson Furniture Co.
Mayes Gas Co.
Shepard Fertilizer Co.
Radio Station WMGA
Taylor Ins. Agency
Moore 8: Moore
Godard Auto Sales
Greene Gregory Funeral Home
Short 8: Slocumb Attorneys
Valet Cleaners 81 Laundry
A. D. Long Paint 8: Body Shop
Sells Plant Co.
Morgan 8: Head
Mrs. I. E. Bell Gro.
Trimble Seed Co.
Gene Hodges Motor Co.
Soda 8: Gift Shop
Easy Pay Tire Store
Kenny 8: McGarity
Clayton W. Wells
Lee Guest. Hotel Colquitt
Minix Drug Store
Alton T. Gammage
Brantley Jewelry Co.
R. D. Weaver
Cranford's Jewelry Store 'JS' K
Rhoden Stationery 8: Printing Co. ww
H. H. Parker Auto Machine Shop 8: Garage IQ '
Tom Willis, Tom Hamby Reliance Life Insurance Company of '
Speed Oil Company of Moultrie ff
Schreiber's Dept. Store
Neal's Seed Store ,
Lee T. Barber
L. C. Johnson
J. E. Holmes
W. J. Pippin
Savelle Jewelry Co.
Major Gresham fProverbs 3:61
Baell Mercantile Co.
Moultrie Federal Savings 8: Loan Assn.
Moultrie Ins. Agency
Keenan's Auto Parts
Wright Motor Co.
Home Gas Co.
Louise Simpson Florist
Henderson's On the Square
Dr. A. C. Johnson, Jr.
Harper McCall Ins. Agency Inc.
Moultrie Theaters Inc.
Cecil H. Dunn
Last but not least, HATS OFF to Mr.
Hancock for his patience and generosity, and
to all the teachers and students who have
given their time and effort toward the publica-
tion of this
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