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If the efforts of the Mohian staff
to create a yearbook worthy of the
name it bears and the school it
represents ---a book typifying our
campus life, enthusiastic and unaf-
fected---have resulted in a tangible
collection of memories which we shall
cherish in the years to come, our aims
shall have been realized and our
In every one of us is a deeply
rooted sense of the dramatic which
has shown itself since early infancy.
Today, owing to the splendid facilities
offered for dramatics at Murphy
High, our talents have means of
manifestation. As the drama plays
such an integral part' in our campus
life, the staff has chosen it as the
theme of this, the 1939 Mohian.
To Mrs. Louise Hamil, whose hand has
guided the destinies of dramatics at Murphy
High School, and who has influenced the
students toward the better things of lite, we
sincerely dedicate this 1939 Mohian.
"The finest actress ever to graduate from
the University of Alabama." Such is the
title accorded Mrs. Louise Hamil by Dr. Hud-
son Strode, former director of dramatics
there. How greatly honored then is Murphy
to number among its faculty members a
woman so respected in dramatic circles! Mrs.
Hamil furthers her studies at the University
every summer and each fall brings back new
ideas to incorporate in her presentation of
plays and teaching. She has inculcated in
everyone she has taught a deep love for the
drama, and her course in dramatics has be-
come one of the most popular in the school.
HOW to catch a husband" was the theme of the first
Four Arts club production, Seven Sisters. . . Toni
Teleki meets his Cousins Gyurckovics. . . Hoykoy
and Mitzi plot to marry off elder sisters Ella, Sari,
and Katinka. . . Romance rears its ugly head. . .
Ah! Intrigue. . . Fresh thing! . . . Heil Hamil. . .
Caught in his own net. . . Ready, charge! . . . What!
No flies? . . .
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Mrs. Fell, Miss Brown, Miss Gaston. Miss Jakobik
For thirteen years, under the guiding spirit of
a splendid administration, Murphy High School has
grown in size, educational advantages, and national
reputation. Founded in 1926, when Barton Acad-
emy, the city high school, was converted into a
junior high, Murphy, then known as Mobile High
School, had as its principal Mr. Frank Grove, who
was succeeded in 1927 by Mr. K. J. Clark, our
present principal. During Mr. Clark's administra-
tion several noteworthy changes has been intro-
duced into the school curricula, outstanding among
these being the vocational system put into practice
last year by which students may receive training
in their chosen vocations along with regular school
work. Invaluable as an aid to Mr, Clark in her
capacity as assistant principal and as an inspiration
to the students is Miss Mae Eanes, a fitting leader,
ever an exponent of good sportsmanship. Under
these two heads the office force forms a smoothly
functioning executive group worthy of managing
a school as Murphy High. Other members who
comprise in its entirety the force, are well-liked
and capable Mrs. Wilmer Fell, registrarg Miss
Effie Lou Brown, private secretary to Mr. Clarkg
Miss Willie Mae Gaston and Miss Elsie Jacobik,
Mr. K. J. Clark, Principal
Miss Eanes, Ass't. Principal
Miss Moffat, Miss Driver, Mrs. Devilbiss, Miss Gresham, Mrs, Mclntyre
Always 1'eady to counsel students,
Miss Hazel Driver, as Dean of Girls,
fills a deeply felt need in Murphy High
School. Another important position is
that held by Miss Elizabeth Moffat,
librarian, who by intensive study of
library science is well equipped for that
role. In charge of the pleasure read-
ing' library is Mrs. Devilbiss, assistant
librarian and supervisor of study halls.
"We feed the multitude," is the slogan
of Miss Hattie Gresham, who, assisted
by Mrs. Mcfntyre, manages Mui-phy's
cafeteria. It is through the efforts of
the people pictured on these pages that
Murphy has taken its place among
outstanding institutions of learning.
Ruwe Onv: Moore, Cox, Munn,
Thomason, Richards. l'1s-
tnle, Furvhuml, Woullvy
Row 'l'wu: Withers, Fulvher
Slrraillin, Olds, Rolling, Alm-
bot, Grimes. Hutchinson.
Row 'llhrm-e: Sunnior, Dobbins
Marion, Staple-tori, Sitz
Row One: V?LllL!h?lYl, Jeff:-rs
Patterson, Hamil, lirunsrm
Gay Hopi-, liaxtur, lirimm.
Row Two: Tl-W, Wnril, Alvx-
zlnrlvr, Shaw, Clnzim-vllm'
Row Three: Dennis, Houston
Hubbard, Hollsor, llanal, lio-
Phillips, llrimm, Pislnlo, Pillnns, Douglas
Row Ono: Clark, Griffin,
Knudsen. De-as, Murray.
l'l1il'ny, Uaugzhllrill, Hahn,
Row 'l'wu: lin-land, I"lllC'hL'l'
Vvnman, Muyo, l'illans, Dah
mvr, Duffeo, Vaughan,
Row One: Smith, Lawlor, Haan.
Foote, Douglas. Sowell, Ran-
Row One: Lallronrlinv, Catlin
Landers. Mavlivml, Michael
Murrissvtte, Munru, Murphy
Row Two: Kenna-ily, lk-rkins
grove, Spramllin, Gviyrvr.
Row 'l'hrev: Russvr, Greer
llmurlas, l4'arm'y. Wilkin-
nuy and llaryrrove, Clark, Fulvhcr. lirvlancl. Vauprhan
ll'Ornvllas, Tait. .Iunx-s, liar.
In the Business Department students are not
only trained to get jobs, but to hold them after
they are secured. Through the study of bookkeep-
ing, typing, and shorthand, students became pro-
ficient and dependable, well able to handle secre-
tarial work in a business office. Through these
studies accuracy as well as skill are developed. It
is found that business students also need knowledge
in business principles, business law, economic geo-
graphy, and commercial arithmetic, so these are
provided in the Business Department. The depart-
ment is vcry efficient and up-to-date in all of its
courses and methods, At the head of the Business
Department is Mr. Boland, who directs the work
in a capable, competent way.
With the increased enrollment, the English
Department now has twenty-three teachers. The
advancement of this department is shown by a
growing library of most modern books for English
teachers, special texts for pupils reading enjoy-
ment, and the organization of the English Depart-
ment group as a member of the National English
Council. Through the use of the blue Fundamental
booklets, the students are taught the use of correct
English, both oral and written. As they study good
literature, their appreciation for it is developed.
Public speaking, journalism, and dramatics are
special courses offered, which have proved both
popular and helpful. Under the able leadership
of Miss Bright, this department is progressing
rapidly in its work.
Every student of Murphy High School comes
in contact with the Social Science Department be-
fore graduating. Seniors are required to take the
interesting and instructive course in American
History. Students especially interested in social
science have a large and varied field from which
to select. Important world movements of the past
are revealed in Ancient and Medieval History,
while they keep abreast of the times as they study
Current World History and Modern European
History. Included also in this department are
courses in civics, economics, and social problems.
These deal with the government of America today
and the problems which face it. Miss Sallie Withers
directs this department which fits Murphy students
for better citizenship.
Though the courses of the Home Economics
department are very practical this department has
one of the smallest teaching staffs at Murphy,
there being only five teachers. Miss Annie Louise
Smith is the interested and very competent director.
Even with so limited a faculty the courses are as
varied as those of any other large high school.
House Planning, Household Management, Child
Care, Foods, and three years of Clothing are the
subjects which are offered. Each year the depart-
ment sponsors for one of the P.-T. A. meetings a
fashion show in which the girls model the clothes
that they have made. Surely time spent in these
courses is time well spent for any girl,
In the Language Department three courses are
offered-Latin, Spanish, and French. The Spanish
Department is composed of three full time teachers:
Miss Rubira, Mrs. Fulcher, and Miss Spradlin, and
one part time teacher, Mrs. Daughdrill, with Miss
Spradlin as director. Mr. Venman teaches both
firsct and second year French. The Latin Depart-
ment measures up to its average number of pupils
even though there is no Senior Latin class this
year. So few pupils signed up for "Virgil" that
a class was not justified. There are twelve classes
requiring two full time Latin teachers, Miss Duffee
and Miss Tait, and one part time teacher, Miss Gay.
Miss Duffee is the affable head of this department.
INDUSTRIAL AND FINE ARTS
Offering courses in all forms of practical art,
from freehand drawing to metal-working, the
Industrial and Fine Arts Department is an im-
portant factor in the making of useful citizens of
the future. Eight teachers, under thc directorship
of Mr. Hubbard, instruct students in printing, auto
mechanics, commercial art, wood-working, machine
drawing, and the use of machinery.
The purpose of the department is to give
students information about tools, materials, and
processes, and to give them experience in various
lines of practical work by actually using this
knowledge and making useful projects. This
method of learning by doing helps students to
decide upon their vocations after leaving school,
besides providing worthwhile leisure time activities.
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Take a dash of arithmetic, a pinch of algebra,
a slice of geometry, and a taste of trigonometryg
putthem altogether and you have the Mathematics
Department. Thirteen instructors are required to
teach "Little Johnny" the secrets of mathematics.
Mr. Brown is temporarily head of the department.
Mathematics and English are the two funda-
mental studies upon which depend success in all
other branches. For college entrance, one year
each of algebra and plane geometry are required.
These constitute the first two years of Murphy's
Mathematics course. Some colleges required an-
other year of algebra so students are advised to
take Math 5 also. Courses in elementary arithmetic,
solid geometry, and trigonometry 1'ound out the
Harkl Do I hear music ringing in my ears?
Let's follow the sound and see what we can find.
Ah, there's Mr. Dahmer vigorously directing his
orchestra. Sounds like good music, too. And over
here we find Mr. Stookey leading his ragtime band.
Swing it, Stookey.
Do I hear angels singing? No, I see now 'tis
the Girls' Glee Club, harmonizing as usual. And
over there is the Boys' Singin' Society. Hit 'em
low, boys. Listen to the Freshies bellowing it out
in yonder. The Freshman Chorus can really go to
There's the B-band, and the B-orchestra strug-
gling along, and the instrumental classes and
applied music pupils. Keep practicing, studes.
You'll be tops some day.
Since our Physical Education Department was
established in 1928, there has been a constant
increase in the number of pupils, teachers, and
amount of equipment. To the Freshman and
Sophomore, unless he is physically unable, gym is
compulsary. Many Juniors and Seniors choose
gym as one of their electives. The Freshman
course is general but at the close of the first year,
the student is allowed to choose an activity to
specialize in during his second year. Health, a
physiology course, is taught alternately with gym.
The splendid teachers, th1'ee gymnasiums, beauti-
ful swimming pool, eight acre playground, which
includes a lighted football field, make Murphy's
department among the best of high school Physical
Through general science, biology, physics, and
chemistry, the four branches of our Science Depart-
ment, Murphy students are taught to think clearly
upon the relationship of their physical and biological
universe. General Science, a required Freshman
subject, deals with many topics of a fundamental
scientific nature which the three other subjects
expand. Of the other courses offered, the student
must take one, but the close relation of chemistry
to biology, and physics make it desirable for the
student to take all three as electives. In each, he
is encouraged to make individual research work
through experimentation, reading, and home proj-
ects. Programs of these subjects include reading,
study, regular laboratory days, and class discus-
sions on unit topics.
To help boys and girls enter useful occupations
with advanced standing is the object of Murphy's
Vocational Department. An all day class in auto
mechanics, a two year course for boys, does not
give credit for graduation, but the student does
receive a special certificate. Part time classes are
offered to Juniors and Seniors who are sixteen
years of age or older. Each day these students
spend three hours in regular and special school
studies and work three hours ina shop, store, plant,
office, or other approved place of employment.
At the close of four years in high school they re-
ceive a diploma which is accepted for college
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Believing that students should spend their spare
time to the best advantage, the Library depart-
ment, under the able direetorship of Miss Elizabeth
Moffat, tries to provide attractive library facilities
for Murphy, The library not only helps students
with their school work, but makes them better
informed and trains them to be better citizens.
Planned so as to meet the needs of the pupils in
their classrooms, the collection of material is
gathered according to the various subjects. To
help in choosing their vocations, the library has
much material concerning hobby interests of stu-
dents to encourage further work in those lines.
Contemporary migazines and the finest books are
secured in the best interests of the school.
l'r1-sialz-nt Stud:-nt Government
It's Wednesday morning and over in 176, seven-
teen outstanding students, representatives of each
class, are assembling for the regular meeting of
the Student Governing Council. President Gewin
calls the meeting to order, and each member makes
a report on the activities of his personal committee.
Next comes a discussion of school problems -
maybe a change is needed in the traffic system
or perhaps a flaw has been detected in the monitor
system. This year it was necessary for the Council
to amend the Constitution, giving mid-term classes
the right to elect officers.
Thus is shown the democratic spirit which rules
Murphy, giving students the power to make their
own rules, and govern the school.
Governing Council Meeting
Row One: Cunningham, Dowling, Rosson,
Stapleton, Gewin, Shepard. Wood,
Row 'I'wo: Lowenstcin. Amos, Kirk, Van
Antwerp, Slaughter, Flanagan, Mclnnis,
Advisory Council Meeting
Every other Wednesday, eighty-eight students,
chosen as representatives by every section in school,
assemble in 132 for the regular meetings of the
Advisory Council. This body, serving as a link
between the Student Council and the student body,
forms an important part -of the Student Coopera-
tive Governingr Association. Its purpose is to bring
together students representing the entire school to
discuss school problems and recommend to the
Student Council needed changes in school pro-
cedure. Members then take back to their respective
home rooms for discussion important suggestions
and enactments of both Councils.
A chairman, vice-chairman, and clerk serve as
officers for the council, and Mr. Unizicker was
this year the capable faculty advisor.
Chairman Advisory Council
HEIGH HO, heigh ho-it's off to work we go. . . Lose
something, Myrtle, or are you the finder. . . Books
are your best friends. . . Poor Marna, hope you get
Well. . . A penny for a spool of thread, a dime for
a tablet. . . Blood! . . . Murphy's nucleus. . . Time
out, eaters. . . A tip for the wise is sufficient. . .
Figures don't lie. , . Tell me, too. -. .
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Lady Luck must have tipped
the wheel of fortune when she
chose the 1939 senior class of-
ficers. Perhaps it was a case of
class judgment being especially
good. Be as it may-it would
be hard to find a better class
president than Jim Radcliff or
better sponsor than Mrs. Cren-
shaw. As a football hero, an
actor, and as an orator, Jim has
-Margaret Ruth Pritchard
shown his ability as a leader. This
year Jim and Mrs. Crenshaw
have swelled the class fund by
publishing football programs and
sponsoring the annual football
dance. Through the cooperation
of officers, representatives and
the class as a whole, they have
created a better school democracy.
They have set an example which
Murphy shall not soon forget.
Andrews, Nick Chris--
Band 1-4: Orchestra 1-4: Voc. Department 3-4.
Section Chairman 1: Torch 1: Harte Hi Y 4: Golf 3:
Intramural Sports 1-4: I-Ii Times 3.
Austin, Adolph Earnest-
Intramural Sports 1-3: Movie and Radio 3: Philatelic.
Amcrican Youth Forum 4: Glec Club 2, 3.
Ashley, Grace Ellen-
Bhilatelic 4: Cafe 4.
Ashbee, Erskine Eugene-
Golf 3, 4: Astronomy 2: Business 4: Intramural Sports
Ash, Pauline Ruth-
Anprecaition of Movies and Radio 3: Orchestra 1-4:
Ash, John Morgan-
Band 3, 4: Philatelic 4: Radio and Movie 3.
Armistead. Mary Lindsey-
Scction President 1, 2, 4: Section Representative 3: Fine
Arts 3. 4: Library Worker 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 1.
Armistead, Martha Elizabeth-
Travel 4. '
Arnmstead, Betty Lindsey-
Dressingz Room Monitor 2: Honor Study Hall 4.
Locker Monitor 2: Snanish 2, 3: Yo Tapna Kees 4.
Advisory Council 1, 2: Intramural Tennis Champion 2:
Vice-pres, Letter 3: Glec 4: Vice-pres. Junior Speakfru
Allen. Augustus M.-
Scction Officer 3, 4: Stamp 2: Modern Alchemist 4:
Library 3. 4. ,
Band 1, 2: Sr. Soanish 3: Yo Tap'pa Kees 4: Intramural
Sports 3: Girl Reservs 1. 2.
Allen. Anne Elizabeth-
Snanish 4: Office 3, 4: Lost and Found Monitor 3:
Intramural Volleyball 1: Sec. Spanish Class 3.
Aeerton. Eldred G.-
Fine Arts 2, 3: Checrimz Section 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2.
Abrams, Dorothy Rebekah-
Sr. Orchestra 1-3: Office 4: Honor Study Hall Monitor 2:
Yo Tanoa Kees 4: 'l'cacher's Assistant' 4.
Bailey. Hazel Juanita-
Girl Reserves 1: Consumers Education 4.
Baker, Stuart McRimmon-
Track 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1-4:
Vice-pros, American Youth Forum 3, 4: Local Interest 3:
Ballentyne, James Clifford-
Movie and Radio 3: Aviation 4: Cafe 1-4.
Bancroft, Marion Ward-
Library Worker 1. 2: Cafe 3, 4: Business 4.
Barlow, Edward Robert-
Fine Arts 4: Advertising: Committee 4.
Barnes, Arthur Leslie--
Teachc-r's Assistant 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 4: Local
Locker Monitor 1: Home Economics 2: Hi Times 3:
School Bookkeeper 4: Yo 'Papua Kees 4: Sec. Home
Y0 Tappa Kees 4: Sec. Officer 1-4.
Bassett, Sadie Estella-
Latin 2: Orchestra 1-4: Biology 3: Travel 4.
Bell, Mary Llewellyn
Benefield, Guy Norris-
Pres. Accounting: 4: Chet-rim: Sec. 3, 4: Yard Monitor 2.
Berrey, Frances Mae-
Cafe 2: Library 2: Study Hall Assistant 4.
Berrey, Thomas Fred-
Radio and Electric 1-3: Intramural Sports 1-4: Football
2-4: Voc. Department 3, 4,
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Murnhv Hi Times 3, 4: Pres. Psychology 4: Quill 8:
Scroll 3. 4.
' Hi Times 1: Business 3, 4: Intramural Sports 2,
Bltzer, Valerie Mabel-
Pres. Interior Decorators 4: Fine Arts 2: Pres. Futura
Architect Sz Interior Decorators 3: Sec. Renorter 2: Intra-
mural Sports 1. 2: Study Hall Assistant 3, 4.
Black, John Calvin-
Attendance Monitor 1-3: Traffic Monitor 4.
Blacklidge. Allan Hinton-
Murphy Hi Times 4: Emergency Room 2: Library Assist-
ant 3: Locker Committee 4: Pres. -Usher 4: Usher 3.
Intramural Baske'ball 1-3: Intramural Baseball 1-4:
Astronomy 3: Coin 4.
Bodden. Vernon Harcourt-
Glee Club 1, 2: Intramural Baseball 1. 2: Treas, Astron-
omy 4: Cafe 4: First' Aid 3: Intramural Basketball 1-3.
Traffic Monitor 3: Psychology 3: Biology 4: Glee Club
1, 2: Cheering Sec. 4: Teacher's Assistant 2-4.
Commercial Law 3: Engineering 4.
Boyer, Martha Jane-
Girl Reserves 3: Costume Construction 4: Library 3:
'I'eacher's Assistant 3.
Boyes, Wallace Francis-
Aviation 1: Fine Arts 2, 3: Track 3: Harte Hi Y 3, 4:
Boyett, Mary Frances-
Girls' Aviation 3: Museum 4: Emergency Room Monitor
Boykin, W. C.-
Locker Committee 1: Treas. Commercial Law 3: Intramural
Sports 1-4: Monitor 2.3 Business Principles 4.
Brannom, Thomas Miller, Jr.-
Sr. Band 1-4: Sr. Orchestra 1-4: Torch 1: Sec. Philatelic
4: Intramural Baseball 1, 2.
Breneman, Agnes Sherry-
Sec. Chairman 2: Pres. Local Interest' 4: Mohian 4:
Study Hall Assistant 2.
Broadus, Ada Elizabeth-
Intramural Sports 3: Cheering Sec. 4: Monitor 2.
Teacher's Assistant 1. D
Brock. Winona Catherine-
Sr. Players 2-4: Queen Welfare Court 2: Advisory Coun-
cil 3: Cast "The Trystine Place" 2.
Browder, Mary Cameron-
Sec. Aviation 3: Honor Study Hall 3: Advisory Council 4:
Yo Tappa Kees 4: Girl Reserves 3: Dressing' Room
Brown, Carl Henry-
Band 1-4: Football 1-4: Track 2-4: Novelty 3-4: Orches-
tra 1-4: Harte Hi Y 2-4: Intramural Sports 1-4.
Brown. Claude Lamar-
Sr. Band 2: Modern Alchemists 4: Mohian 4: Sec, Chair-
man 1-3: Sec. Reporter 3: Advisory Council 1-4: National
Brown, George Maurice-
Aviation 4: Cheerinz Sec. 4.
Brown, Mary Leigh-
Mohian 4: Hi Times 2-4: Quill and Scroll 3. 4: Jr.
Players 1, 2: Sr. Players 3, 4: Sr. Orchestra 1: Advisory
Council 1, 4: Civic- Welfare Committee 4: Folk Lore.
Brown, Winifred Marguerite-
Latin 2: Sec. Biology 3: Traffic Monitor 3: Yo Tappu
Kees 4: Cafe 3. 4.
Yard Monitor 1.
Bryant, James Comer, Jr.
Pres. Astronomy 3: Aviation 4: Murphy Hi Y 4.
Bullen, John Dennis
Bunkley, Frank ,J
Buntyn, Eloise- '
Glee Club 1: Intramural Basketball 3: Intramural Swim-
ming 1, 2.
Accounting 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3.
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Burgess, Robert Ernest-
Commercial Law 3: First Aid 4: Intramural Sports 1-4:
Attendance Monitor 2.
Office 1-3: Local Interest 4.
Burnham, Bettie Browning-
Fine Arts 4.
Equitation 4: Sec. Chairman 4.
Cadenhead, Helen Elizabeth-
'I"eaeher's Assistant 1, 2: Latin 2: Girls' Aviation 3: Yo
Tappa Kees 4: Emergency Room 4: Intramural Sports 2.
Traffic Monitor 2. 3.
Calogrides, John Augusto-
Aviation 3: First Aid 4: Intramural Sports 1-4.
Locker Monitor 1. 2: Girl Reserves 1: Teacher's Assistant
2-4: Honor Study Hall 3: American Youth Forum 42
Glee Club 2.
Tennis 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1-4.
Capps, Richard S.-
Carlson, William Tonstall-
Hi Times 1: Study Hall 1, 2: Library 3: Traffic Monitor
1: Four Arts 1-4: Intramural Sports 1-4.
Cain, Gordon William-
Math. 3: Aviation 2. 4: Teacher's Assistant 1, 3.
Carpenter, Thomas J.-
Library Worker 1, 2: Advisory Council 2: Mathematics
3, 4: Mohian 4: Traffic Monitor 3.
Carrington, Joseph V. A.-
Speaking Bureau 4: Honor Study Hall 4: Lost and Founfl
Committee: Publicity Committee 3, 4: Appreciation Movie
and Radio 3: Teacher's Assistant 3.
Carter, George Clifton-
Aviation 4: Parking Snace Monitor 1: Study Hall Monitor
2: Emergency Room 3: Intramural Sports 1-4: '1'eacher's
Assistant 2. 4.
Case, Harold Robert-
Advisory Council 3: Commercial Law: Travel: Intramural
Basketball: Intramural Baseball.
Casteel, Jean Anne-
Sec. Reporter 2: Consumer Education 4: Office 3. 4: Sec.
Chairman -3. '
Caton, Doris Lillian-
Y0 Tappa Kees 4: Cheerinyz Sec. 4.
Causey, Helen Louise-
Astronomy 3: Appreciation Movie and Radio 4: Cafe 3:
Girl Reserves 3.
Cayton, William Gustaver-
Appreciation Movie and Radio 3: Travel 4: Office 4.
Cessna, Ann Eliiabeth-
Latin 1, 2: Collective 3: Vocation Ed. 3, 4.
Chambers, Margaret Jane-
Applied Psychology 4: Intramural Volley Ball 4.
Chambliss, Marigold Ethel-
Yo Tappa Kees 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Traffic Monitor 1:
Girl Reserves 3: Assistant Group Captain 2: Teacher's
Cast "Julius Caesar" 3: Cast "Who Says Can't" 3: Pres.
Sr. Players 4: Study Hall Monitor 3: Civic Welfare Com-
Advisory Council 1-4: Treas. Soph. Class: Pres. Latin 2:
Pres. Travel 3: See. Travel 4: Office Assistant 4: Teach-
er's Assistant 4: Emergency Room Monitor 4: Cheering
Chighizola, Violet Louise-
Yo Taprfa Kees 4: Locker Monitor 2.
Christy, Vivian Ennis-
Pres. Business 4.
Clark, Arthur Brooks-
Cafe 1-4: Aviation 4.
Travel 3:' Girl Reserves 1. 2.
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Biology 3: Business 4: Traffic Inspector 3: Yard Commit-
Conover, Augusta Curtis-
Monitor Emergency Room 3: Cast "Julius Caesar" 3: Cast
J "Come Out of the Kitchen" 3: Sec. Sr. Players 4: Student
H ' Cook. Bertie Mae-
Office Assistant 1-4: Sec. Choral Speaking 3: Lost and
Found Monitor 4: Advisory Council 4: Sr. Spanish 4:
Public Speaking' 3.
Cooper, Sara Elizabeth-
Locker Monitor 3: Honor Study Hall Monitor 2.
Novelty 3: Radio and Electric 4.
,. - , 'J Couey, Virginia Caleen-
h .Ji K A Biology 4: Traffic Monitor 1: Teacher's Assistant 2:
I School Worker 3, 4: Intramural Sports 2.
' ai , Courtney, James Burton-
. 'H 13: 4 f' 3 Aviation 2-4: Intramural Basketball.
' 5 l EEL ' M A K Covey, Jean-
s.. 5:7 K ,L Library 3: Traffic Monitor 3: Modern Alchemists 4.
Cowart, Mable Lillian-
Biology 2: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Cafe 2-4.
Cox, John Henry-
Radio and Electric 3: Mathematics 4: Intramural Base-
ball 2: Yard Committee 2.
Cox, Norman Elmer-
Cheering Sec. 1: Intramural Basketball 2: Intramural Base-
ball 2: Monitor 3.
Crane, Blair Maynard-
Girl Reserves: Cheering Sec.: Intramural Sports: Locker
Crane, Emily McClure-
Aviation 3: Travel 4.
Crocker, Dorothy Flora-
Cross, Mary Evelyn-
Girl Reserves 1: Psychology 3, 4: Locker Monitor 3,
Crowley, James Keoughan-
Football 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Stage Crew 3. 4: Locker Moni.
tor 1: Traffic Committee 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3.
Lost and Found Monitor 2: Biology 3.
. , Mohian 4: Treas. Murphy Hi Y 2-4: Advisory Council 1:
Civic Welfare Committee 4: Intramural Sports 1-3: Golf 3.
Dahmer, Claude, Jr.-
Y National Honor Society: Quill and Scroll 3. 4: Advisory
gi Council 21 Band and Orchestra 1, 2, 4: Hi Times 3, 4:
Library Assistant 1-4.
Davis, Joseph Lee-
Sec. Chairman 1-4: Intramural Sports 3, 4: First Aid 3:
Yo Tappa'Kees 4.
Girl Reserves 3: Local Interest 4: Welfare Court 2:
1... Teacher's Assistant 1.
-4 4 Daughdrill, Sara Ethel-
W, af " 5 Cafe 1, 2: Yo jrappa Kees 4.
1 D-aves, Aline Elizabeth-
Treas. Local Interest 4: Intramural Sports 3.
Davis, Lily Keith-
Pres. Costume Construction 4: Sec. Reporter 2: French 1.
Davis, Lucile Margaret-
Office Assistant: 2-4: French 2: Office 3: Yo Tappa
Davis, Martha Evelyn -
Cafe 3, 4: Latin 2: Office 4: Equitation 4: Biology 3.
Biology 3: Girl Reserves 4: Traffic Monitor 3: Library
Assistant 3: 'I'eacher's Assistant 2: Barton Centennial 2.
1, Deming, Frank C.
, fb.: S e Architect 3, 4.
A, 'P+ Q ' 1 DeNeefe, Mary-
Q ' y N 36 " ' Locker Monitor 1: Office 2: Hi Times 3: Four Arts 1-4:
1 ' . 4' Q' , ,, V 5 Office Assistant 2.
I ,X , ff' e' t: Denmark, Earl Nathan
, Q ,QS Dick, Mary Alberta-
' , -' " " -,. , Glee Club 1-4: Sec. Chairman 1-4: Psychology 4: Dress
L 45.19 ,. ', qw ing Room Monitor 2.
Mohian 4: Class Secretary 1: Office 2: lyres. Modern
Alchemists 4: Awards Committee 2.
Dixon, Inez Lillian-
Section Monitor 1-74: Cafe 2-4: Teachers Assistant 4:
Sports I, 2. I
Dodge, Thelma Cecile-
Jr. Players 2: Sr. Players 3, 4: Office Assistant 3:
Student Council Committee 4: 'I'cacher's Assistant 4.
Douglas, Jean Gordon-
Modern Alchemist 4: Lost and Found 4: Nomination and
Election 3: Office Assistant 35.
tiirl Reserves 4.
Du Bose, Theresa
Duffy, Jeanette Leah-
Yo Tappa Kees 4.
Dugfgaiy Helen Kathryn-
Editor Mohian 4: Student Council 2, 3: Pres. Jr. Players
2: V.-Pres. Modern Alchemists 4: Sr. Players 3, 4:
National Honor Society: State Gorgas Essay Winner 3:
Civic Welfare Committee 4: Advisory Council 1: Cafe I-4.
Fine Arts 4. l
Duncan, Mary Virginia
Aviation 4: Traffic Committee 3: Intramural Baseball I-3:
Intramural Basketball 1-3.
Traffic Monitor l: Intramural Sports 2: Modern Alchem-
ist 4: Locker Monitor 3: Sec. American Youth For-um 3.
Dyes, Charles Lewis-
Torch I: Parking: Space Committee 2: V.-Pres. Players
3. 4: Advisory Council 3: Library Monitor 4: Murphy
Hi Y 4.
Murphy Hi Y 4: Pres. Aviation 4.
Intramural Sports 1-4: First Aid 3: Modern Alchemist 4:
Intramural Tennis Champion 2: Traffic Monitor 2-4.
Ealy, Raymond Willis-
Intramural Sports I: Fine Arts 4.
Eastburn, Harry Inge
Easterlingf, Ella Ruth-
Intramural Sports 1, 2: Yo 'Iapna Kees 4.
Locker Monitor 2: Girl Reserves 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4.
Ellis, Inez Elizabeth-
Traffic Monitor 1, 2: Cafe 2-4: Latin 2: Pres. American
Youth Forum 4: Gym Monitor 2: Voc. Dept. 3, 4.
Library 1, 2: Office l,. 2: Sec. Business 4: Four Arts 1.
Ellner, Andrew Jeffries-
Uhtcrleader 3, 4: Jr. and Sr. Band I, 2: Torch 1: Harte Hi
Y 33, 4: Advisory Council 1: Glee Club 1: Traffic Monitor
2: Pres. Archery 3: Intramural Sports 1-4: Four Arts 4.
I-.n"er, Vera Mae-
Glce Cluli I-4: Costume Construction 4: Intramural
Enfrland. Mary Estrid-
Advisory Council I-4: Emergency Room 3: Student Coach
4: Choral.Speakinp: 3: Iiiblimaniac 4.
Evans. Jewel Almira-
Shakespeare 4: 'l'eacher's Assistant 4.
Ewing. John Edward-
Sr. Hand 4.
Fabian, Gloria Hone-
I"ine Arts 2: Office 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Hi Times 2:
Captain Intramural Sports I-4: Office Assistant 2-4.
Falls, Addie Lee-
Creative INriters 1, 2: Pres. Girl's Aviation 3: Study Hall
Farmer, Rachel Joyce-
Locker Monitor 1. 2: Creative Writers 2-4: Teacher'.L
Assistant 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2.
Farncll, Maxine Elizabeth-
Girl Reserves 3: Locker Monitor 2.
Farrell, Harry, Jr.-
Torch 1: Locker Monitor 2: Law 3: Aviation 4: Intra-
mural Sirorts 1-4.
Felps, Cleo Grace-
Girl Reserves 1, 2: Panthers 3, 4: Honor Study Hall 4-
Ferree, Mary Katherfnc- I
I'res. Advisory Council 4: Sec. Chairman 3: Pres. Avia-
tion 3: Equitation 4: Intramural Sports 3.
Band 2, 3: Monitor I.
Flach, Annie Laurie-
Glee Club 1. 2: Dressing Room Monitor 1: B-Band and
Orchestra 3: Intramural Sports 1-4: V.-Pres. Biology 3:
Latin 2: National Honor Society: Museum 4.
F'lana,fran, Jack Sowter-
Student Council 4: Football 3, 4: Mohian 4: Radio 4: Sr.
Players 4: Modern Alchemist 4: Harte Hi Y 3, 4: Ushers
4: Basketball 4: Baseball 4.
Cafe Assistant 2-4: Treas. Yo Tappa Kees 4: Hi Times 3:
Cafe 3: Teacher's Assistant 4.
Fogg, Karl Pendleton-
Traffic Monitor 1: l!and 1-4: Astronomy 2, 4: Intramurar
Foley, Grace Elizabeth-
Office 2, 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Emergency Room Monitov'
2: Office Assistant 2, 3: Intramural Volleyball 1: Orch-
Fonde, John Philip-
Library Monitor 1-3: Teacher's Assistant 1: Pres. Home-
crafters 4: Home-crafters 3.
Latin 2: Philatelic 3, 4: Traffic Monitor 4: Intramural
Sec. Astronomy 2, 3: Psychology 4: Eng. Department 1.
Intramural Sports 1: liibliomaniac 4.
Foster, James Wilson-
Torch 1: Advisory Council 3, 4: Murphy Hi Y 3, 4: Sec.
Murphy Hi Y 4: Equitation 4.
Foster, Mary Virginia-
Latin 1, 2: Locker Monitor 1: Appreciation Movies and
Radio 3: Advisory Council 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4.
Fowlkes, Alpheus Edward, Jr.-
Usher 2-4: Lost and Found 2, 4: Sr. Players 4: Library
Intramural Sports 1-3.
Girl Reserves 1, 2: Voc. Dept. 3, 4.
Frazier, Eleanor Eugene-
Hi Timcs 4: A1 nrcciation Movizs and Radio 3: Intramural
Sports 3, 4: Equitation 4.
Frazier, Ethel Amelia-
Attendance Monitor 2: Library Assistant 1-4.
Frederickson, J. B.-
'Traffic Monitor 3: Usher 2-4: Fine Arts 1-4: Business 5.
Friedlander, Yale Charles-
Intramural Spmrts 1-4: Advisory Council 3: 'Ireas. Com-
mercial Law 3: Business 4: Jr. Band 3.
Advisory Council 2. 3: Glee Club 2: Biology 3: Capt.
Intramural Sports 3: Cheeringz Sec. 4.
Fuller, Robert James-
Intramural Sports 1-4: Movie and Radio 3: Book 4: Pres.
Hi Y 3, 4: Torch I.
Funches, James Davis-
Local Interest 4: English Office Worker 2: Intramural
Gadlk, Joyce Elaine-
Barton Centennial 1: Welfare Day 2: Sec. Chairman 3:
Gadlk, Mary Lorraine-
Welfare Day 2: Barton Centennial 1: Teacher's Assist-
ant I, 2, 4.
Garrls, Eilna Earle-
Creative Writers 1, 2: Girls' Aviation 3: Study Hall
Assistant 3: Teacher's Assistant 4.
Garris, Fannie Inez-
Yo Tappa Kees 4.
George, Frances Ellen-
Spanish 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4.
Biology 3: Girls' First Aid 4.
Cafe 1, 2.
Gerhardt, Martha Jane-
Student Council I-4: Mohian 4: Modern Alchemist 4:
Jr. Players 1, 2: Sr. I'lay4-rs 3, 1: Cast "Julius Caesar" 3.
I'rL-s. Student llody 4: V.-l'rrs. Student Body 3: Modern
Alchemist 43 High School Ixayers Il, 4: National Honor
Socimty: Usher 4: Murifhy Ili Y 2. Si: Intramural Snorta
1-4: Mohian 3, Al: Sec. Chairman 2.
Gibson, Lee B.
Giddens, Doris Lorraine-
Traffie 4: Girl Reserves 1: Business Principles 1.
Gilroy, Wynogene Waring-
Girl Reserves 1-3: 'l'rl-as. Girl Reserves 4: Teaehr-r's As-
Local Interest 3: Girl Reserves 3: Modern Alchemist 4.
Goff, Donald Oris-
Biology 1: Hall Monitor 1: Intramural Sports 4.
Sev. Biology 3, 4: '1'u:icher's Assistant 3, 4: Traffic
Monitor l: Intramural Basketball 1.
Golemon, Sadie Kathleen-
Vsyelzology 4: Locker Monitor 3.
Gonzalez, Edna Peterson-
Girl Reserves I, 2: Business 3.
Goodman, Marion Bancroft-
Gffiee 1: Appreciation Movie and Radio 3: Student Coun-
cil 4: Voc. Dept. 3, 4.
Goodwin, Martha Davis-
Girl Reserves 3: Intramural Baseball 2.
Gordon, Susie Mae-
Girl R4-servrs I-4: Hi Times 3, 4: 'l'eaehcr's Assistant I, 2.
Gottschxlck, Margaret Marie-
Girl Reserves 4,
Goubil, Harold Gregory-
Traffie Monitor 1: Library Assistant 2.
Graham, Robert Howard-
Intramural Stuarts 1-4: Business 35: American Youth
Gralapp, Marion Doyle
Gray, La.Vc-rne Margaret-
V.-Pres. Girls' First Aid 4: Intramural Volleyball 41
Intramural Basketball 25.
Crcative Writers 1, 2: Girls' Aviation 3: Advisory Coun-
Lil 'I 4
Band I-4: Intramural Basketball 1-4: Intramural Base-
ball l-4: Astronomy 2,
Ser. Yo 'l'ai2p:i liver: el.
Green, Mary Lillan-
Girl Reserves 2-1: S.udy Ilall Monitor 2.
Green, Mamie Sue-
'l'caehur's Arsistant 2: Hi Times 3: Girl Reserves 1-3:
Cafe 2-4: Yo Tai 1,11 Ku-s 4.
Astrunomy 2: Radio I: Locker Office 1-4: Intramural
Sr. Players 4: Traffic Inspector 3: Glee Club 3: Novelty 3:
Offiee Assistant 3: Yo 'Ilippa Kees 4: Home Economies '3'
Intramural Volleyball 4.
Groom. Harry Britton. Jr,
Hi Timcs 3: Traffic Monitor 3: See, Creative Writers 3:
Pres. I"ublic Speaking 4: V.-l"res. Class 4.
Traffic Monitor 2: Honor Study Hall 3: Office Assistant
4: Yo Tappa Kees 43 Novelty 3.
Gunthrope, Rita Veranica-
Teacher's Assie tant 1: Girl Reserves I, 2: Locker Monitor
2: Voc. Dept. 3, 4.
Hackmeyer. Herbert James-
Torch 1: Businrss 4.
Costume Construction 4.
Philatelic 3: American Youth Forum 4.
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Hand, John Weems-
English Office Assistant 1, 2: First Aid 3: Locker Office
Assistant 3: Usher 4: Mohian 4.
Hanks, Arthur Otis-
Novelty 4: Library 2. 3: Monitor 3: Cafe 1.
Hanson, Jessie Lee MOUHt31D-
Latin 2: Office Assistant 4: Intramural Sports 2: Student
Worker 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4.
Hanvey, Irene Hazel-
School Worker 3, 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Yo Tappa
Hardy, Keaton C.
Study Hall Monitor 3: Architect 3: Radio and Electric 42
Hare, Edna Earl-
Travel 6: Office Assistant 7: Photography 7.
Harford, Cora Eunice-
lntramural Basketball 3: Girl Reserves 2: Home Economics
3:ALocal Interest 4:-Cheering Sec. 3.
Harris, Winnie Clarise-
Orch. 2-4: Girl Reserves 2: Yo 'Iappa Kees 4: Teacher's
Hi Times 3.
Hartman, Carol Lorraine--
Travel 4: Welfare Court Maid 2: Sec-. President 3.
Cercle Francaes 1: Teacher's Assistant 3: Yo Tappan
Hatch, Richard Bruce--
Torch 1: Jr. Orchestra 1: Radio and Electric 2: Travel 3:
Usher 2-4: Intramural Sports 1-4: Harte Hi Y 4.
Havard, Ernestine Carole-
Yo Tappa Kees 4.
Locker Monitor 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 3: Econ. 3.
Heath, Joe Clark-
Intramural Sports 2: Coin 4: Pleasure 5.
Heath, William D.- l
Intramural Basketball 3: Cheering Sec. 4.
Heblon, Lilias Eva-
Advisory Council 3, 4: Jr. Players 1, 2: Sr. Players 31, 4'::
Mohian 4: Cast "Who Says Can't" 3: Student Council 31:
Nominations and Elections Committee 3.
Hinchey, Frances Lucille--
Girl Reserves 2: Creative Writers 3: Hobby 3: Yo Tappa:
Herrin, Lula Mae-
Locker Monitor 3: Panther 4: Honor Study 41.
Herrin, William Bethel, Jr.-
Intramural Sports 1-4: Business 4: Cheering Sec. 3, 4.
Advisory Council 4: Pres. Yo Tappa Kees 4: Intramural!
Garden 4: 'I'cacher's Assistant 4.
Hess, Howard Harley-
Intramural Sports 2.
V.-Pres. Sr. Spanish 3: Pres. Sr. Spanish 4: Honor Studi,
Hall 4: Cheerimz Sec. 4: Intramural Basketball 1.
Business: Football 3, 4: Library.
Hodges, Janette Marie-
Cafe 1-4: Intramural Sports 4: 'I'eacher's Assistant 41
Hoeksema, Ellen Louise-
Office 1-33 Intramural Basketball 2. 3: Intramural Volley-
ball 4: Astronomy 4: Outing 4: Teacher's Assistant 4.
Sr. Orchestra 4: Philatelic 2: Appreciation Movie and,
Radio 3: Pres. Fine Arts 4: Emergency Room Monitor 4.
Holleman, Hazel June-
Local Interest 3: Girl Reserves 4.
Holley, William H.--
Aviation 4: Sec. Officer 1-4.
Jr. I'Iayersp1, 2: Sr. Players 3, 4: Hi Times 3, 4: Teach-
er's Assistant 1, 2: Intramural Sports I-4.
Holt, DeLessie Mercedes-
Girl Reserves 1, 2: 'I'eacher's Helper 2-4: Museum 3, 4:
Library Helper 4.
Horn, Greyson Hubbard-
Intramural Sports 1, 2: Archery 2, 3: Book and Maga-
Howell, Mavis Winona-
Jr. Orchestra 1: Sr. Orchestra 2: Travel 4.
Holmes Ral h Willis
Howard, Robert Crawford-
Locker Monitor 1: Honor Monitor 3: Photography 4.
Howard, Wilfred Arnold-
Huff, Audrey Lee-
Sec. Reporter 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Section Secretary 4.
Hutta, Margaret Isobel-
Traffic Monitor 2, 3: Office Assistant 4: Girl Reserves 2:
Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teac'her's Assistant 4.
Huy, Mary Janette-
Girl Reserves 2, 3: Psychology 4: Sec. Reporter 1:
Treas. Costume Construction 3. 4.
Inge, Harry Tutwiler, Jr.-
Cafe 2: Intramural Sports 2-4: Football 2-5: First Aid 5.
Irby, Clarence Newburn-
Football Mgr. 1, 2, 4: Track Mgr. 2-4: Cafe 2, 3: V.-Pres.
First Aid 4: Glee Club 1: Psychology 3: Barton Cen-
Jackson, Evelyn Eloise-
Jacobson, Anna Marie-
Creative Writers 2: Spanish 3, 4.
Jacobson, J. Lee-
Band an" Orchestra 2-4: Latin 1: Philatelic 2: Golf 3:
Business 3: Treas. American Youth Forum 4.
Johansen, Oscar Frederick-
Torch 1: Glee Club 1-3: Basketball 3: Engineering 4: ,
Intramural Sports 1-45 Hispanoamcericana 3.
Johnson, James Goree-
Typist Honor Committee 4: Intramural Sports 3: Mohian I . '
4: Traffic Monitor 3: Murphy Fi Y 4.
Jones, Reata- .
Music 3, 4.
Jones, Joe Homer- L Az
First Aid 3: Intramural Track 3: Intramural Basketball 3: '
Accounting 4: Student Coach 4.
Jones, May- V
Advisory Council 3: Fine Arts 1-3: Garden 4: Psychology
4: Locker Office 1-4. '
Jones, Gaston Leon-
Yard Monitor 1: Astronomy 2: Travel 3: First Aid 4:
Office Assistant 3.
Jones, Max Cyrus-
Traffic Monitor 1: Intramural Sports 1-3: Local Interest 4.
Jones, Virginia- I.'w'1'
French 2, 3: First Aid 4: Sec. Chairman 1, 2: Advisory '
Joseph, William Francis-
Yo Tappa Kees 4: Intramural Sports 1-4.
Kasten, Lois Maxine-
Girl Reserves 1, 2: Teacher's Assistant 3: Aviation 3:
Four Arts 4.
Keeler, Daniel Bernard-
Orchestra 1, 2: Band 2-4: Radio 1: Business 4.
Novelty 4: Intramural Sports 3, 4.
Kern, John Joseph-
Astronomy 2: Aviation 4: Intramural Sports 1,3: Library
. Worker 4.
King, Alfreda Christine-
Home Economics 1: Aviation 3: Girl Reserves 2, 4.
Mohian 4: V.-Pres. Hi Y 4: Torch 1: Mathematics 3:
.Usher 3, 4: Advisory Council 2, 4. . ,
Kirk, Peggy- U
Student Council 4: Sec. National Honor Society: Stage- ' I A
crew 1-4: Sr. Players 4: Mohian 4: Cheerleader 4: Hi f 7,
Times 4: Chairman Creative Writers 1: Biology Assistant V ji aj ff' 1
2, 3: Emergency Room 1. Q , 1 il.
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. Cafe 1-4: Locker Monitor 2: Sec. Local Interest 4.
Kirwin, Harry Jr.-
Knanp. H. D.-
Monitor 1-4: Aviation 1: Kodak 2: First Aid 3: Travel 4.
Knight, John Henry-
Band 1. 2.
Koenig, Marzret Geneva-
Choral 3: Girl Reserves 4.
Study Hall Monitor 1: Intramural Swimmimz 2, 3: Locker
Monitor 2, 3: Travel 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Intra-
mural Volleyball 2, 3: Cheering Section 3.
Kroutter, Eunice Elizabeth-
Intramural Sports 1, 2: Glee Club 2, 3: American Youth
Lami, Harold Eugene-
Aviation 2: Radio 3: Treas. Radio 4.
Lammon, Holcombe, Jr.
Land, William Clifton-
Latin: Business: Barton Centennial.
Langham, Leroy Alfred
Langley, John Rogers-
Intramural Sports 1-43 Yard Monitor 3: Cheer Sec. 3.
Langham, Edna Rogene-
Latin 2: Home Economics 3: Yo Tapua Kees 4: Monitor 2.
Larson, Joan Mavis-
Glee Club 4: Costume Construction 4.
Lauber, Doris Mae-
Fine Arts 3, 4: Locker Monitor 3: School Worker 4.
Lauber, John William Il'I.-
Home Crafters 3: Architect 43 Locker Inspector 3: Intra-
mural Badminton 4.
Lauten, William Robert-
Glee Club 1-4: Intramural Sports 1-4: First Aid 3: Yo
Tappa Kees 4: Cheering Section 4.
Law, Jim S.-
Aviation 33 Photography 4: Traffic Monitor 4: Intra-
A-Band 1-4: A-Orchestra 1-3: Torch 1: Music 3: Intra-
mural Sports 1-4.
Layfield, Hilary Ervin-
Aviation 33 Cafe 1-4.
French 1: Four Arts 2-4: Study Hall 4.
Lee, W. G.-
Business 4: Intramural 2, 3.
Lee, William Henry-
Philatelic 33 American Youth Forum 4: Latin 2.
Lemon, Roy Tucker, Jr.-
Monitor 3: Outing 4: Intramural Sports.
Cafe 1, 23 Youth Forum 3, 4: Intramural 1-4.
Lindell, Vernon Adelaide-
Glee Club 1-2: Travel Treas. 3: Pres. 4: Traffic Moniior
3: Queen Welfare Court 3: Section Pres. 4.
L1nV1lle, Wesley Erwin-
Glee Club 1-4: Home Economics 2: Radio and Movie 3:
Lloyd, Leo F.
Lobger, Rosemary Helen-
Hi Times 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3. 43 Fine Arts 4: Folk--
Lombard, Ruth Gwendolyn-
National Honor Society: School Auditor and Bookkeeper:
Advisory Council 23 Intramural Sports 1-4: Cafe 2. 31
High Jump Champion 1: Section Reporter 23 Yo Tappa
Kees 43 Biology 3.
Study Hall Monitor 1: Pleasure Reading.
Lott, Agnes Blacksher-
Latin 1, 2: Office Assistant 3.
Luckie, Gwendolyn Lucille-
Cafe 1-4: Girl Reserve 1, 2: Biology 3: Panther 4:
Locker Monitor 1: Section Reporter 2.
Lyons, James Tunstall-
'Fraffic Monitor 2: Vice-Pres. Yo Tappa Kees 4: Ad-
visory Council 3: Vice-Pres. Torch 1: First Aid 3.
Locker Monitor 1: Parking Space 2: First Aid 3: Business
4: Intramural Basketball 1-4.
McCarty, Henry Myles-
Football 2-4: Pres. First Aid 4: Traffic Monitor 2-4:
Emergency Room 4: Intramural Sports 1-3.
McConnell, Dorothy Oberon-
Yo Tappa Kees 4: Cheering Section 4.
McCormack, Marion Earl-
Sec. Representative 1: Travel 4: Intramural Basketball 1.
McCrary, Jessie Mae
McDole, Joseph C.
Monitor Study Hall 2, 3: Locker Monitor 3: Novelty 4:
Advisory Council 3: Traffic Monitor 1.
Latin 2: Advisory Council
3, 4: Sketch 4: Intramural
McDonald, Jean Mildred-
Yo Tappva Kees 4: Cheeringr Section 3, 4.
McDonald, John Carl-
Emergency Room 2: Ushers 2: Astronomy 3: Business 3:
Local Interest 4: Biology 2: Teacher's Assistant 3, 4.
McDowell, Irene Faye-
McElveen, Arleen Elizabeth -
Yo Tapva Kees 4.
McGetrick, Anna Margaret-
Cafe 1-4: Library Assistant 1, 2: Honor Committee 42
Teacher's Assistant 1,
McGill, Max Pittenger-
Vice-Pres. Philatelic 2: Treas. Philatelic 3: Modern Al-
chemists 4: Sr. Players 4: Advisory Council 4: Hi Times
4: Usher 4.
Scc. Costume Construction 4.
McGuire, Russell Earl-
Intramural Sports 1-4: Cheeringz Section 4.
McKay, Daniel Everett, Jr.-
Harte Hi Y 3. 4: Cheering Section 3, 4.
Intramural 1-4: Football 2: Barton Centennial.
McKee, Mildred Louise-
Teacher's Assistant 4: Girls Reserve 3.
McKeough, Alfred Shaw-
Architect 3: Study Hall Monitor 3.
Girl Reserve 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4.
McNeal, Claudia Mae-
Ilusiness 4: Cafe 1-4: Dressinsz Room Committee 4:
McNeal, William Loyd-
Biology 3: Cafe 3, 4: Library Assistant. 2-4.
McPherson, William Ledkins- '
Locker Monitor 1, 2: Torch 1: Yo Tappa Kees 3: Avia-
tion 4. '
McRae, A. Kilby- U
Cafe 2-4: Aviation 2-4: Football 3, 4: Study Monitor 3:
Class Assistant 3: Intramural 1-4: Stage Committee 3.
McSween, Ila- U
Intramural Sports 1, 2: Advisory Council ' 3: Library
Worker 3: Mohian 4: Pres. of Biology 3: Section Reporter
4: Girl Reserve 2.
McSween, Wilmer R.- . U
Four Arts 1: Vice-Pres. Home Crafters 3: Aviation 2:
Usher 4: Intramural 1-3.
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Office 2. 3: Cafe 4: Equitation 4.
Library 1-3: Basketball 2, 3: Sec. Radio 3: Intramural
Sports 1-4: Office 1: Attendance Monitor 3.
Malone Henry H.-
Modein Alchemist 4: section Officer 1-4.
Mann, Gaston Phillip-
Pres. Torch 1: Student Council 1: Band 1-3: Advisory
Council 4: Traffic Monitor 4.
Manning, Jack Warren-
Archy 4: Welfare Court 3.
Jr. Players 1, 2: Sr. Players 3, 4.
Shakespeare 4: Monitor Girls Dressing Room: Intramural
Martin, Mary Loren-
Music 3, 4: Orchestra 2-4: Locker Monitor 3.
Accounting: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Intramural Base-
ball 2-4: Honor Study Room 2.
Mason, Ernest E.-
Intramural Sports 1-4.
Radio and Electric 3: Modern Alchemist 4: Intramural
Maygarden, Ernest Marshall-
Mayhall, Margaret Russell-
Advisory Council 1: Spanish Club 2: P'res. Spanish 3:
Jr. Class Girls Tennis Champion 3: Sr. Players 3. 4:
Civic Welfare Comm. 4: Hi T'imes 4: Intramural Basket-
Meadows, Martha Frances
Business 4: Intramural 1-4.
Metzger, William Joseph-
Glee Club 2: Radio 2-4: American Youth Forum 4.
Meyers, Charles Dixon-
A-Band and Orchestra 3, 4: Harte Hi Y 2-4: Radio 2:
Aviation 1: Music 3: Math. 4: Cafe 4: Intramural Cap-
tain 1: Jr. Academy of Science 1. 2.
Middlebrooks, Myrtle Louise-
Glee Club 1-4: Garden 4: Traffic Monitor 2: liMlh9T6ttZ1',
3: Barton Centennial 1.
Middlebrooks, Joe Warren-
Golf 3: Engineering 4: Locker Monitor 1: Traffic Moni-
Miller, Eula Clyde-
Home Economics 3: Travel 4: Section Reporter ZZ
'1'eacher's Assistant 4.
Miller, Eunice Lorraine-
Yo Tapva Kees 4.
Miller, Eunice Elizabeth-
Lockcr Office 1-3: Sec. of Panther 3, 4: Sec. Jr. Class fl
Advisory Council 3: Mohian 4.
Mills, Georgia Lucille-
Advisory Council 1, 2: Locker Monitor 2: Section Chai--
man 3: Travel 3, 4.
Museum 4: Intramural Sports 3.
Moore, Archie Clifford-
Archery Champion 3: Archery 3, 4: Hi Times 3: Sec.
Moore, Mignonne Delores-
Advisory Council Representative 4.
Travel 3: Business 4.
Moseley, William Trammell-
Cafe 3, 4: Golf 3: Sr. Players 4.
Myers, Wilmer Robert-
Traffic Monitor 1: Homecrafters 3, 4.
Myrick, George Edward, Jr.-
Radio 1-4: Torch 1: Traffic Monitor 3: Honor Study'
Hall 3, 4: Publicity Committee 4.
Neigel, Ethel Marilyn-
Hi Times Staff 3: Office Assistant 4: Museum 4.
Nelson. Alice Ella Tnrfabar-
Tlowm 'Eronnmiw 1-R- T.or'al Int:-rr-st 4: Honor Sturlv Hall
3: Intrav-nur-1 Vollf-vlv-ll 1-4- Tv-fra-mural Basketball 1. 2:
l'ntrarr"r"' 'l'rack 1. 2: 'I'eacher's Assistant 1-3.
Cosfnrne Conrtrur-tion 4: Teacher's Assistant 2-4,
Nexxrn Mipkpxr Fav-.
Ser, SW'-nish 3, 4
'l'orr'h l: Vi'-e-Pres. Class 2: Stuflout C'o'vnr'il 3: Sr. Flaw-
ers 3. 4: Usb:-r 4: ln'v-amural Snov-f's 2: Business Manager
Mohian 4' Speakers Bureau 4: Murphy Hi Y 4.
Norwood. Marilvn Cloye-
Murphv Hi Times 3: Four Arts 2-4: Civic Welfare 4:
Glee Club 2' Office 2-4: Folklore 3: Sec. Reporter 2: Cast
of "Seven Sisters".
Advisorv Council 1: Section Reporter 2: Library Worker
3. 4' Sturlv Hall Assistant 4.
Nutt. Carolyn Elsie--
Mohian 4: Advisory Council 1. 2: Office 1-4: Vice-Pres.
Spanish 4: Section Reporter 3: Office Club 1-3: Student
Council Committee 4.
Oberlrirclk Dorothv lVlarv-
Office 3: Librarv Assistant 1-3: Yo Tappa Kees 4:
Dressinz Room Inspector 2.
Oberkirch. Vincent Tflovd-
Vard Committee 2' Baseball 4, 5: Intramural Sports 1-4:
Aviation 4' First' Aid 5.
O'Connor. Fusrene Vincent-
Advisrov Council 1: Intramural Basketball Capt. 4:
Usher 3: Acrountinfr 4: 'Porch 1.
O'Conno1'. Melvin Joseph-
Football 4: American Vouth Forum 4.
O'Connor. Robert William-
General Science 1: Spanish 3: Speakers Bureau 4: Basket-
ball 4: Track 4.
Ogle. Rubv Virginia-
Enz. Office Assistant 1-4: Latin 2. 3: Teacher's Assistant
4: Cheerinq 4: Library Assistant 3.
Glee Club 1-4: Hi Times 3: Dressing Room Monitor 2:
French 1-2: 'I'cachcr's Assistant 4: Yo Tavpa Kees 4:
Osborne, Hattie Hagar-
Biology 3: Consumer Education 4: School Worker 4.
Osburn, Emmitt Wilford-
Torch 1: Intramural 1-4: Cafe 2, 3.
Ostini, John Batiste, Jr.-
Honor Study Hall 4: Intramural Baseball 1: Study Hall
Overbev, Charles Albert-
Advisorv Council 1. 2: Aviation 1-4: Hi Times 3: Ad-
visory Council 4: Intramural Sports 1-4.
Pace. John William-
Librarv Assistant 2: Intramural Sports 3: Book and
Office 1: Astronomv Vice-Pres. 2: Psychology 4: Appre-
ciation Radio and Music 3: Intramural Sports 1-4.
Parker, Travis Henry, Jr.-
Intramural Sports 1-4.
Patrick, Emelise Rose-
Hobby C'lub 3: Intramural Sports 3.
Patterson, Blanding Vaughan
Pearson, Vivian Elizabeth
Girl Reserve 2, 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Intramural Sports 3.
Peck, Joe Moody-
Glce Club 2-4: Novelty 3: Business 4: Library 4: Cheering
Petcher, Paul Walte1'-
Latin 1: Orchestra Jr. l. 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 2:
Student Coach 4: Music Club 4: Intramural Baseball 1, 2.
Peters, Anita Pearl-
Honor Study Hall 1: Intramural Basketball 3: Vice-Pres.
Novelty 3: Interior Decorating 4: Glee Club 3.
Advisory-Council 4: Spanish 4.
Peterson, Burton Goodloe-
Sec. Chairman 1. 2: Yard Monitor 1: Cheering Section 4.
Pierce, Douglas Euacne-
Cafe 3: Vice-Pres. Business 4.
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. Intramural Basketball 1: Locker Monitor 1: Red Cross 4.
Creative Writers 3: First Aid 4.
Platt, Maxie Beatrice-
Girl Reserve 1, 2: Vocational Department 3, 4.
Platt, J. W.
Plewes, William Jack-
Harte Hi Y 3, 4: Band and Orchestra 3. 4: Library As-
sistant 1-4: Pres. First' Aid 3: Pres. Math. 4.
Powell, Harry Harlan-
-Home Crafters 3: Intramural Sports 3.
Price. Marna Elizabeth-
Advisory Council 2: Hi Times Staff 3: Emergency Room
4: Museum 4: Cheerleader 4.
Prisock, Evelyn Lucille-
Pritchard, Margaret Ruth-
Advisory Council 1, 2: Class Treas. 3. 4: Archery Sec. of
Treas. 4: Mohian 4: Welfare Queen 1: Office 3: Library
.4: Sec. Chairman 1. 2.
Study Hall Assistant: Teacher's Assistant: Panther Pres.
Girl4: Intramural Sports 4.
Prouty. Leila I.-
Girl Reserve 2. 3: Glee Club 2. 3: Cast of "Mineretta."
Purvls, Jewel Evelyn-
Locker Office 1-3: Latin 2: Movies and Radio 3.
Purvis, Zelma Ione-
Home Economics 2, 3: English Coach 4.
Radcliff, James Stinson-
Fres. of Class 2-4: Football 3, 4: Usher 4: Welfare Kim:
1: Sr. Players 3: Fine Arts 1. 2.
A. Orchestra 4: B. Orchestra 1-3: Yo Taitpa Kees 4:
Class Assistant 3: Teachcr's Assistant 4.
Rams, William M.-
Sr. Band 2-4: Yo 'Iappa Kees 4: Golf 3: Advisory
Randall, Royal William-
Radio and Electric 2-4: Math. 3: Intramural Baseball 2:
Rattner, Muriel Nathalie-
Astronomy 2: Spanish 3: Business 4: Office Assistant 4:
Public Speaking 3: Student English Coach 4.
Novelty 3: Equitation 4: Glee Club 2.
Reece. Grace Marie-
Business 4: Cheering Section 4.
Yo Tamla Kees 4: Dressing Room lnspector 1-4: Cheer-
ingz Section 4: T'eacher's Assistant 1-4.
Reinhart. Drury Warren-
Football 4: Intramurals 1-4.
Rhodes, Helen Hunter--
Hi Times 3: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Orchestra 1-4: Folk-
lore 3: Panther 4: Creative Writers 3: Latin 1, 2.
Richards. Hilburn Frazier-
Traffic Inspector 2-4: Advisory Council 3: Glee Club 3, 4:
Study Hall 2: Yard Committee 2: Novelty 3: Senior Play-
ers 4: Cheering Section 4.
Richardson, Winifred Charlotte-
Yo Tappa Kees 4: Aviation 3.
Jr. Band 1, 2: Travel 3: Business 4: Traffic Committee
Monitor 4: Welfare Assistant 1-4.
Richardson, Juanita Fae-
Yo Tappa Kees 4: Girl Reserve 3: Cafe 3: Library 2.
Rickell, Grace L.-
Vice-Pres. Philatelic 1-4: Traffic Monitor 4: Cheering
School Bookkeeper 4: Advisory Council 3: Spanish 1-3:
Yo Tap'pa Kees 4: Office 3: Locker Monitor 1.
Risen, Mary Anne-
Honor Study Hall 1, 2: Librarv Assistant 1: Welfare
Court 1-3: Mohian 4.
Ri tter, Margaret Eliza beth-
Advisory Council 1: Creative Writers 2: Psychology 3:
Modern Alchemist 4.
Dressimz Room Monitor 2: Locker Inspector 3: Yo Tanoa
Kees 4: Intramural Basketball 2: 'I'eachcr's Assistant 4:
Barton Centennial 1: Radio and Music' 3.
Intramural Sports 2-4.
Roberts, Geneva Miriam--
Garden 1-3: Yo Tamia Kees 4.
Intramural Sports 1, 2: Dressing Room Monitor 4.
Robinson, Aaron Zed-
Captain Intramural Teams 3: Radio 3, 4: Tennis Cham-
Robinson, G. C.-
Hi Times 2-4: Harte Hi Y 4: Sr. Players 4: Intramural
Rocheleau. Elizabeth Anne-
Latin 1-3: Traffic Monitor 2: Tcachc-r's Assistant 4.
Roedel, Ouida Lillian-
American Youth Forum 4: Study Hall Monitor 3: Hi
Rogers, Edward Davis-
Latin 1, 2: Pres. Math. 3: English Office Assistant 1:
Advisory Council 1: Emertlency Room Monitor 3: Welfare
Committee 4: Sec. Modern Alchemists 4.
Roh. Charles Ferdinand-
Senior Band 1-4: Senior Orchestra 1-4: Music 3: Novelty
4: Director Junior Band 4. -
Rose. Gertrude Grace-
Cafe 4: First Aid 4: Girl Reserve 2.
Rowell, Milton Leon-
Philatelic 3. 4: Intramural Sports 1-4.
Intramural Srforts 1, 2: Chccrimz Section 4: Student
Council Committee 3.
Cafe Monitor 2. 3: Movie and Radio 3: Glee Club 4:
Interior Decorating 4.
Interior Decoration 4.
Sampley, Estelle Eugenia-
Locker Monitor 2.
Mohian 4: Office 214: Sec. Chairman 1-3: Sec. of Office 3.
Scarcliff, Frederick Madison-
Traffic- Monitor 2: Astronomy 4: Intramural Sports 1-3.
Schutz. Frederick William, Jr.-
Torch 1: First Aid 3: Latin 2: Cafe 3, 4.
Glee Club 1: Sr. Orchestra 3, 4: Cafe 3. 4: Traffic Moni-
tor 2: Girl Reserves 3: Local Interest 4: Intramural
Yo Tappa Kees 4: Checriny: Section 4: Hi Times Reporter
3: Teachers Assistant 1-4.
Sechrist, Ralph Douglas-
Traffic Monitor 3.
Seiple, Ruth Bonita-
Glee Club 1, 2: Vocation Department 4.
Sellers, Billy I.
Sellers, Dorothy Gladys-
Girl Reserve 2-4: Cheering Section 4.
Serda, Ray Melvin-
Football 1-4: Torch 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3.
Glee Club 2-4: I"laye-rs 3. 4: Soc. Chairman 2: Checrinfr
Aviation 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2-4.
Iiusiness 4,1 Girl Rererve 2.
Shelton, Catherine Yeend-
Nomination and Elections 3, 4: Local 1nl:est Club 4:
Latin Club 1, 2: Honor Study Hall 4.
Shepard, Carolyn Noel--
Office Assistant 1. 2: Office 1-3: Class Vice-Pres. 1:
Class Sec. 2: Sec. Student Council 4: Pleasure Reading 4:
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Alchemist 4: Intramural Sports 2-4.
Locker Committee 1-4: Intramural Sports 2-4.
Shields, William Bry-
Math. 3, 4: Murphy Hi Y 1-4: Cafe 2-4: Library Work
Simms, Earl Larsen
Simms. Oscar Clayton-
Traffic Monitor 3: Accounting' 4.
Simmons, Barbara Laurie-
Sr. Players 3. 4: Cafe' 2-4: Girl Reserves 2: Creativf
Writers 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Advisory Council 3
Sec. Chairman 2, 3: 'I'eacher's Assistant 1, 2: Bartoi
1 Centennial 1.
Sims. S. Claude-
Astronomy 2 Travelers 3: First' Aid 4: Study Hall Assist
ant 3: Library Worker 1, 2.
Girl Reserve 2, 3: Panther 4: Office Assistant 3
SISSOH. Raymond Hurst-
Torch 1: Harte Hi Y Pres. 4: Band and Orchestra 1-4
Cafe 2-4: Novelty 3. 4.
Glee Club 4: Pres. Novelty 3: Library Assistant 2, 3.
Slaughter, Anne Bollmsz-
Mohian 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Student Council 4: Hono
Committee 3: Vice-Pres. French 2: Section Reporter 3
Study Hall Assistant 1: Attendance Monitor 1.
Smith. Alfred Bruce-
Aflvisory Council 1, 2: Glcc Club 1, 2: Novelty 3.
Smith. Doyle Hilton-
Sr. Band 3: Creative Writers 4: Cafe Monitor 4.
Latin 3: Business 4.
Smith. Mildred Barbara-
Business 4: Girl Reserves 1. 2: Novelty 3: Drum Majo
3, 4: Science 1: Beauty Culture 3: Fine Arts 3.
Smith. Robert Donald-
Smith. Thalia Lavern-
Lost and Found Monitor 3: Sec. Chairman 3, 4: Schoc
Boonkeener 4: Treas. Panther 4: Advisory Council 4.
Smolkin, William R.-
Hi Times 3. 4: Intramural Sports 2-4: Treas. Spanish 3.
Snow. Troy Leslie-
Section Reporter 1: Cant. Intramural Basketball 1, 2
geek o2f ll'reas. Psychology 4: Intramural Sports 1-4: Gle
u - .
Southall, Evelyn Pearce-
Advisory Council 1: Office 1, 2: Sr. Players 3, 4: Teach
er's Assistant 4.
Spam. Glenn Newton-
Baseball 1-4: Football 3, 4: Sen-tion Chairman 1, 2: Ushe
4: Astronomy 3: Harte Hi Y 4: Traffic Committee 4
Sec. Athletic Chairman 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1-4.
Sperduto, Robert Anthony-
Intramural Basketball 1-3: Yard Monitor 2: Radio 4
Intramural Baseball 1-3: Intramural Track 1. 2.
Stafford. Dorothy Helen-
Book and Magazine 4.
Home Economic 3: Advisory Council 2.
Steber, Patricia Loretta-
Fine Arts 4.
Steiner. Amelia Martha-
Girl Reserve 3: Business 4.
Stevens, Lazona Rose-
Home Economics 2: Sr. Players 3. 4: Cast of "Seve
Sisters" 4: Student Council Comm. 4: Study Hall Monito
2-4: Teacher's Assistant 1.
Stevens, Martha Ellen-
Latin 2, 3: Locker Monitor 1-3: Glee Club 4: Yo Tami
Kecs 4: Student Coach 4.
Steward, Thelma Elizabeth-
Teacher's Assistant' 4: Sec. Chairman 2, 3: Yo Tappa Kee
4: Home Economics 2.
Stewart, Doris Louise-
Home Economics 2. 3: Locker Monitor 3: Yo Tapp
Kees 4: Traffic Monitor 3: Teacher's Assistant 1, 2.
Stllen, Dorothy Anita-
Creative Writers: Panthers 3: American Youth Forum
Stone, Edward Phillip-
Sec. Representative 1: Harte Hi Y Pres. 2-4: Sec. Reporler
2: Intramural Sports 1-4: King Welfare Court 2.
Stone, Gerald Furman-
Travel 3: Intramural Track 3: Track 3: Intramural
Stowe, Roderick Burton-
Locker Monitor 2: Radio and Electric 3. 4.
Intramural Sports 1-3: Stamp 2: Nomination Election 3:
Arfprecaition for Music and Radio 3: Yo Tapua Kees 4.
Stuart, John Pressley-
Latin 1, 2: Modern Alchemists 4: Philatelic 3: Nxrifmnal
Honor Society 3: Awards Committee 2: English Office
Assistant 1: Student of the Moment 4: Mohian 4.
Cafe 3, 4: Teacher's Assistant 1, 2: Intramural S:orts
Girl Reserves 1-3: Yo Tappa Kees 4.
Sullivan, George Dewey, .Ir.--
Aviation 2, 3: Business 4.
Home Economics 2, 3: Sec. and Treas. First Aid: Offic:
4: Intramural' Volleyball 2.
Surratt. Leatrice Charlotte-
Vice-Pres. Psychology 4: Aviation 3: Latin 2.
Sweigart, Eloise M.-
Locker Monitor 1. 2: Mohian 4: Office 4: Jr. Players
1, 2: Sr. Players 3, 4: Cast of "Seven Sisters" 4: Chevr-
ing ection 4: T'eacher's Assistant 4.
Tabbert, Mary Alice-
Hi Times Staff 3: Sec. Reporter 3: Aviation 3: Yo Tappfi
Tania, Homer Gordon-
Intramural Sports 1-4: A-Band 2-4: Music 3, Track 4.
Tania, Corinne Lucille-
Sec. Spanish 3: English Department Helper 3, 4: Spanish 4.
Tate, Jimmie Thomas
Tattis, Anthony Anastasios-
Novelty 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1-4: Iiand
2-4: Orchestra 2-4.
Taylor, Willie Mae-
Glee Club 1-4: Office Assistant 2-4: Yo Tappa Kees 4:
Emergency Room 2: Psychology 3: Public Speaking 3:
Sec. Represnetative 1-4.
A-Band and Orchestra 1-4.
Thompson, Emory Eugene-
Tillman, Lottie Leolae-
Cafe 2-4: Novelty 3: Yn Tappa Kees 4.
Tillman, Mary Louise-
Traffic Monitor 1: Locker Monitor 2: Girl Reserves 1-4.
Sec. Chairman 1: Traffic Monitor 1: Philatelic 3: Mohinw
4: Sec. of Treas. Photography.
Golf 3: Capt. Intramural Track 1-4: Architectural 4:
Capt. Intramural Baseball 1-4.
Toth, Ralph Cecil-
Traffic Monitor 2: Homecraft 4.
Turner, Floride Powell-
Local Interest 3: Psychology 4.
Turner, George William-
Sr. Spanish 3: Treas. Engineering 4: Sec. Athletic Chair-
man 3, 4. .
Turner, Gwendolyn Danlelett-
Cafe 1-3: Home Economic 2: Vocational Department' 3, 4:
Traffic Monitor 1.
Glee Club 2-4: Coin 4.
Vacalis, Grace Constantinae-
Fine Arts 1, 2: lland and Orchestra 3, 4: Study Hall
Monitor 1: Pres. Girl Reserve 4: Four Arts: Science 1.
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Girl Reserve 3.
Varnado, Myrtle Roberta-
Girl Reserve 2, 3: Capt. Basketball 2: Won 75 Yard Dash
1, 2: Teacher's'Assistant 1, 2: Pres. First Aid 4.
Stamp 2: Radio 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: 'Intramural Sports
Verzone, Paul Edward'
Wagner, Edward A.-
Advisory Council 2: Band 2-4: Orchestra 2-4: Intramural
Sports 2-4: Usher 4: Knizht Welfare Court 2: King Wel-
fare Court 3: Mohian 4: Radio and Electric 3.
Walker, Myrtle Evan-
Latin 2: Girl Reserves 3: Vice-Pres. Panther 4: Student
Coach 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4.
Walsh, Rose Mary-
Girl Reserve 2, 3: First Aid 4: Teacher's Assistant 4:
Study Hall Monitor 4.
Office 1-3: Advisory Council 1: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Sec.
Chairman 2: Teacher's Assistant 1-4.
Ware. James Henry-
Office 2: Choral 3: Yo Taplra Kees 4: Girl Reserve 1.
Travel 3: Study Hall Monitor: Sec. Treasurer 1-4.
Watts, Royal De
Watz, Nels Peter-
Traffic Monitor 2: Sec-. Future Architecy and Decorators
3, 4: Intramural Sports 1-4. N
Wavera, Bertha Bell-
Creative Writers 1, 2: Aviation 1-3: Vice-Pres. Reading
1-4: Study Hall Monitor 1-3: Intramural Badminton.
Watkins, James W., Jr.-
Torch 1: Teacher-'s Assistant' 3. 4: Commercial Law 3:
Vocational Service 3, 4.
Aviation 3: Intramural Sports 3. 4.
Webb, Helen Velma-
Lost and Found Monitor 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4.
Webb, Willis L.-
Fine Arts 1-3: Athletic 2, 3: Business 4: Cheerinz Sec-
Weldon, Portia Elizabeth-
Welfare Court 3: Modern Alchemist 4: Archery Club 2:
Advisory Council 2: Treas. Aviation 3.
Football 3: Basketball 3, 4: Intramural 4.
Orchestra 2: Latin 2: Cheering Section 4: Harte Hi Y 3-4.
Widney, Mavis Emily-
Sr. Players 3. 4: Hi Times Staff 3, 4: Folklore 3: Quill
and Scroll 3, 4: Student Council Committee 4.
Wiggins, Carrie Virgia-
Gym Assistant 3: Traffic Monitor 1.
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First Aid 3.
Wilkie, Rebecca Jean-
Office 2: Coin 4: Cafe 2: Office Assistant 2.
Wilkins, Minnie Elizabeth- '
Locker Monitor 2: Girl Reserves 3: Psychology 4.
Wilkinson, William Earl-
Philatelic 3: Pleasure 4.
Willard, Esther Marguerite-
Four Arts Club 1-3: Treasure Spanish 4: Advisory Coun-
cil 1, 2: Uheering Section 4.
Williams, Annie LeVerta-
Nature Study 3: Novelty 4.
Williams, Mary Blanch-
Locker Inspector 1: Office 2: Hi Times 3: Spanish 3.
Williams, Mary Clarice-
- Traffic Monitor 2: Honor Study Hall Monitor 3.
Williams. Ethel Louise--
Glee Club 4: Novelty.
Parking Space Monitor 2, 3: Aviation 4: Astronomy 3:
Intramural Sports 3, 4.
Pres. Creative Writers 3: Murphy Hi 'limes 3: Sr. Play-
ers: Cheeriniz Section 4.
Wittmann, Howard Arnold-
Biology 2: First Aid 3: Usher 4: Sec. Treas. 3: Intra-
mural Sport's 1-4: Cheering Section 4: Yard Monitor 3.
Radio and Electric 2: Sec. Biology 3: Emergency Room 3:
Welfare Store 4.
Wood, Dorothy Kathleen-
Student Council 2-4: Advisory Council 1: Class Treas. 1:
Treas. National Honor Society 4: Mohian 4: Hi Times 3f
Jr. Players 2: Sr. Players 3. 4: Cast of "Rebecca of
Sunnybrook Farm": Glee Club 4.
Woodham, John Thomas-
Torch 1: Advisory Council 1: English Assistant 3: Intra-
mural Sports 1-4: Treas. Biology 2. 3.
Word, William Brown-
Band 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Music Club 3, 4.
Wright, Thelma Louise-
Yo Tappa Kees 4.
Wynne, Hula Mary-
Business 4: Teacher's Assistant 4: Girl Reserves 2.
Yohn, Ernest Merrll-
Advisory Council 3. 4: Orchestra and Band 1-4: Harte
Hi Y 4: Pres. Philatelic 4: Sec. Chairman 3, 4: See.
Athletic Chairman. 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1-4.
Young, Helen Anita-
Psychology 3, 4.
Zelnicker, Edwin Albert, Jr.-
Editor Murphy Hi Times 4: Jr. Players 1, 2: Sr. Players
3, 4: Usher 3, 4: English Office Assistant 1, 2: Library
Assistant 3: National Honor Society.
Intramural Sports 3: Archery 2.
IDEAL section picture a la Mohian Staff. . . Mr. Clark
and Mr. Beck--he who laughs loudest laughs
longest. . . Eloise gets her man. . . May We present
the three muskateers. . . Bean-pole Gewin tuck your
shirt in. . . Girls, and such girls at that! . . . Stand
back, gentlemen, Don't crowd, you important
fi ,Fit '
Top: Uuniori McMurphy, Brown, Gaston, Coogan, Miss Murray
Middle: lSophomoreJ Stickney, Word, Cunningham, Kayser, Miss Baxter
Bottom: fFreshmanJ Batton, Dorgan, Doyle, Flanagan, Mrs. Murphy
"They laughed when I came to Mur-
phyg they didn't know that I would
choose Roy Batton for class president"
-such is the Freshman's faith in his
president. Together with his sponsor,
Mrs. S. S. Murphy, Roy has planned
many activities for his class. The
Valentine Party, the Professor Quiz
Program at P.-T'. A. and the Freshman
Club are all innovations which have
been successful mainly because they
have received the whole hearted support
of both faculty and class. The Fresh-
man treasury has started off with a
bank and the secretary has sent cards
to many sick Freshmen. Continued
success to the baby Murphians! Stone
Stickney isn't new at the job of being
class presidentg nor is Miss Baxter at
being his sponsor. Perhaps that is why
the Sophomores have been so successful
in their undertakings this year. Came
spring, they brought the bunnies to
Murphy for one of the most gala occa-
sions of the year--the Sophomore Party.
They have encouraged welfare work at
Murphy and lent a helping hand to
their "brother rats". May their biggest
and best plans be realized! To Earl
McMurphy, Junior class president, and
Miss Murray, his sponsor, the Seniors
owe a vote of thanks for one of the
best times oftheir school career-the
Junior-Senior Prom. On the night of
January 6, the entire Senior class was
invited to come "swing and sway Mur-
phy's way!" The destiny of Murphy's
democratic form of government is
partially guided by the hands of her
class officers and their sponsors. This
year they have worked hard, bring big-
ger and better forms of entertainment
to Murphians as well as promoting good
will and good sportsmanship. May all
their future undertakings be as success-
ful as those of this year.
SECTION 1 1 2
Row One: Bryant, Haley, Jones
Gunter, llressinyrham, Flirt
Knudsen, Kendrick, Williams
Beal, Campbell, O'l!rien.
Row Two: Weaver. Chrutie
Turner, Butt, Brownlee
Darling, Thomley, Carpen-
ter, Boykin, Cavinesa.
Row Three: liell, Payne, Noble
Row One: O'Connor. Clark,
Pocase, Rogers, McClure
Goldman. Kern, Jacobs,
McKenna, Howell, Kirkland.
Row Two: Patterson, Vine,
Rozier, Stringer, Rye, Shed-
den, Baker, Pettus, Laving-
house, Price- Williams
Row Three: Strong, Walker
Row One: Lowell. Nelson,
Lee, Martin, Roberts, Prior,
Taylor, Jones, McRov,
Lemon, Murdoch, Hollis,
Row Two: Criminale, Hagan,
Nelson, Graham, Fulton,
Southalll Lambert, Beck-
ham, Langby, McDowell,
Row One: Downey, Coleman
DeVan, Guubil, Havron
Garman, Craddock, Dowling
Sizemore, Saad, Davis
Row Two: McIntyre. Barring:-
ton, Latshaw. Redding
Johnson. Blake, Smith
Gilbert, Jones, Edwards
Row Three: Gilrov, Vann
Bullock, Ilerrey, Pine,
Row One: Ritchie, Ballard,
Moose, Knight, Iirannan,
LYHCY1- MOYS. Word, Chaucl-
ron, Skinner, Phillips, Callo-
Row Two: Mulligan, Giles,
Ziebe, Guess, Dodd,
Stringzfellow, Yeager, Pray-
Row Three: McNab, Stoll,
Graham, Crow, Vogtner.
Row One: Wright, Fox, Haire,
Smith, De-Amrelo, Karl,
Douglas, Coogan, Sims,
Mathuss, Eslava, Taylor,
Row Two: Enfzer, Haynie,
Brown, Aeree, Jensen,
Malette, Staivleton, Rayford,
Row Three: Coeke. Clark,
William s, Lawson, Hannlwer-
Row One: Calloway. Fowlkes,
Cunningham. Bush, Edgar,
Ruhiva, l"illans. liedsole,
Nelson. lferrill, Faixerstrom,
Row Two: Young, Smith, Zim-
lich, Wojuhn, Walker,
Whitney, Powledyze, Sibley,
Stephens. Lott. Donoghue,
Row Three: Zimmern, Shriner,
Midgette, Thornton, Schur-
ink. Wanen, Williams,
Row One: Barnes, Swindull,
Thompson, Haas, Jones,
Creamer, Pillans, Huggins,
Stone. Ross, Wilcox, War-
Row Two: Wilkins, McMullan,
Hudgens, Peterson, Corneil,
Carr, Wolfe, Johnston,
Row Three: Heard. Iioddcn.
Flanagan, Rhodes, Murphy,
Simms, Watts, Peterson.
Row One: Fcarn, llorlen, lilack,
Banks, Clement, Brettel,
Dobbins, lirunson, Abercrom-
bio, Baker, Martin, liosarge,
Row Two: Gill, Hays, Roziur,
Aldridge, Cooke, Marshall,
Mueller. Meadur, White,
Row Three: Halliday, Gallo-
way, MePhillips, Davis,
Row One: Sawyer, liyrne
Foster, Serda, Geary, Mc-
Connell, Cole. Wh--eler
Langham, Soles. Bullard
Row Two: Foster, MeClel'and
Greer. Clark, Pennington W.
Pennington G.. Amos. Alex-
ander. Olsen. Tibbetts,
Row Three: Manxt. 0'Conner
Ray, Martin. Jon:-s. Phillips
Row Ono: Crosby, RI-vsv.
lim-ckman, Davenport, Thomp-
son, Barnes, Ilvas, Powell
Shri-ve, Fincher, Jamvs.
Row Two: Harrison. lloliarakis,
lllyth, Ross, I"aynu, Eva-rc-Ll
Iiollar, Hollenzvr, Metzgierj
Row T'h1'ee: Saad, Rvrlrlitt,
Kirk, l"illetLc, Iionsor,
Row One: Worri-ll, Swann,
Myles, Morgan, liarlivlx,
I'rivq-Lt, Hahn. Ste-vp-ns,
Smothvrs, Smith, Dixon,
Row Two: Yartiouo, Ilulu-,
Carroll, liotis, Iiarrlin,
Patton, Iirown. Pappas,
Row Threv: Kclly, Uyflv.
Murphy, Norton, liassoli,
Suvauv, Morris, Massey.
Row Ono: Ilonienirvaux, Minio
liolliniz, liodnlvn. Crowoll
Ibufov. Fave. Ellis, May
Flynn, Marcusson. Dana.
How Two: MUKL-an, Rily
James, Woodham, Walls
Hubbard. Rigas, Ramsey
Row Three: Lower, Clvmonfs
Link. Wynnv, SChic'I'I'ifin
Row Ono: Harbaugh, Rainey,
Williams, Scull, Crabtree.
Collins, Sowell, Aikens, La-
vostv, Dr-ment, lloon, Schwarz.
Row Two: Huffy. Jones. Val'
Iloock, Lane, Stantcr. Leslie.
llawden, Sapp, lfillIY'hh2lUOI .
Row One: McKean, Imsanrl.
Rowell, Murray. Rush.
Mc-Millan. Rain, Purifoy,
Roberts. McCarty. Overwn.
Row Two: Emanuel, Sp'-ltvl,
Christopher. Williams, Rutz.
Danshy. Suibcrt, Edmondson.
Gunn. McMillan. Dahlflrc-n.
Row Thrce: Smith. Anderson,
Iicnion, I-Iarrlefl, lifllllwin.
Row Unvg l'z11't rixlfrv.
Maxnilirrllv, liollimlny, Molwlc-y,
Nnln-rs, Vzlmrhnn, Nogus,
Walsh, Joni-s, llznnl, Mutrh-
Row Two: Hwton, Horton,
Crnett, l'ua-lu-lt, SIL'iIlL'I', 1
Uruha-, Rush, Calloway,
Row Threv: Chastain. lin-1-lchami,
Hopkins, Chumlwrs, Gilru-nth
lullins. Nouns, Mia-hzu-l.
Row Ons-: Tilmr, Springer.
Sims, Walla, Dixon, Clark,
lflown-rs, Fender, Tucker
Harmon, 'l'llr'n4'r, Kniytht.
Row Two: Burke-, Powell.
Iinwshead. Dahlmzin, Mr-
Murphy, Hamilton, liruwn
Van Antwerp, Molton
Row Three: Barbour, Stewart
Iliarsl, llzlyn-s, Nual, liukvr
Mcilillmvrry, l"l'incv, Mclmod
Row Oni-: Frazer, llaire,
Nukon. Parke-r, Hornberk
Furnvy, Eubanks, Lawler
Gamundi, livzlns. Hanson
H1-wx-tt, Mutkin, Rvstes.
Row Two: Scott. Bullock I
, . en-
svn, Hates. Ethridgxe, Booth,
Cadvnhm-nd. Morrison, I"arker,
Row Three: SM-wari, Johnston
Jackson. Wurfl, Kerstvn
LV in WM vlvtl- -1.-Mi-M M,,, H.-,,,,,M,,-,-,,M,,, .Ji-1. -,v-uii4-1--
I SECTION 218
Row Ono: Pnnkuy. Rnlvy
Abrams, Cnglmnrn, Unnnon
Hvnth, Huivh. Ilnnivl, llvevy
Row Two: Driscoll, Nm-vvt'
Echlins, Tunnvll. King:
l4'ny,:crstron1, M cl.:-oil. .I orni-
unn, Offorzl. Rolwrts, Wvlmly
Row Thrce: Hannon, llnrkins
Sluinor, Falls, Mvllonnlcl
Row Uno: Ynnu-y. lluff
Townsend, Smith, liowvn
Murray, Slnion, inulsl, Gus-
Row Two: Cook, Nnuflv, I'vin-r-
son. linfcr 'llY'0lIil'l, Km-vvnn
Glass, Forwonml. Minis
Row 'l'l'lrm'm': lVlz'Mnrphy. Ilon-
ton, l'onrtn4-y, Salmon
,lv-"won, liniprht. Smith
Row One: Risen, Barnes, lit-ll,
Anderson, Davis, Phillips,
LeRoy. McLendon, Davis,
Hudson. Fulford. Clark.
Row Two: Ashcraft, Rosson.
Sirmon. Willir, Milne,
Lauber, Laualum, Talley,
Muruhree. Carr, Hire.
Row Three: Scott, Powell,
Bunch. Childres, Tucker.
Burgess, McLeod, Carpenter.
Row One: Cosminslsy, Ellis,
Verzone. Asxerton, Shelton.
Steiner, Baxter, Sperduto,
Ward, Roberts, Hare, Lowry,
Row Two: Fitzgerald, Hudson,
McDonough, Oswalt, David-
son, Haas, Talhert, Howard,
Platt, Hamilton, Bolton,
Row Three: Bostwick, Faulk-
ner, Hoagland, Hofheins,
Kamphuis, Clolinger, Her-
man. Kominek, Deunon.
Row One: Partridge, Hadaway,
Rowell, Broadus, Savell,
Speed, Alexander, King,
Middlebrooks, Wooley, Van
Loock, Marshall, McDonald,
Itow Two: Huerzzer, Levy,
Langley, McCrary, Brazell,
Eastburn, Swearingen, Tay-
lor. McDonald, Buntyn,
Row Three: Raines. Dobbs,
Brown. Blackman. Saranthus,
Lipscomb, Iloulo, Grube.
Row One: Booker, Harrisglarsl,
Pierce, 'I'izatcher, Camp-bell,
McIntyre, d'Ornellas, Buck,
Williamson, Hansen, Noel.
Row Two: Banks. McCarron.
Gray, McGuire, Hudsen, Car.
penter. Caflay, Carpenter,
O'Connor, McWhirtes. Gewin.
Row Three: Dazemore. Stronli.
O'Shea. Wilder. Soden.
lioone. Davidson, Oland,
SECTION 132 A
Row One: Thomas, Lee, Mims,
Thomas. Jordan, Huff,
Daughdrill, Hickry. CaDDS.
Campbell, Hutehinlis. Kohn,
Row Two: Phillips, Ellis,
Horst, Chavers, Verneulle.
Lrawick, Keeler, Green,
Helton, Brining, Godwin.
Row Three: Fleminfr. MCCITHTYQ
Richardson. Gaines, Ford,
Frederickson. Covey, Crane,
SECTION 1 3213
Row One: I"rine, Radforl
Johnson, Fultz. Holston, Jones
Anderson, Nelson. Arras
Babcock, Babcock, C,
Row Two: Cooke, Clements
Davis, Crawford, Cowan
Murrill, Eberlein, Hawkins
Weiss, Mutchnick. Driehl.
Row Three: Pruitt. Padgett
Davis. Patterson, Matzenger
Levens. LeCren. Dennis
Pakc, Delmmz. Quinn, Pierce
Row One: Moody, Rutherford
Stauter, Riggs, Adams, Gunl
thorpe, Greer, McSween
Neely, Patterson. Laniuer
Row Two: Muth, McAndrew
Diehnelt, McClelland, Jensen
Reus. Wooley, Kearley
Hakanson, Doby, Dearmond.
Row Three: Goldman, Jackson
McDonald, Johnson, Jones
Row One: Mintz, Blackman
Mashburn, Reed, Daugherty
Harris, Gatlin. Hornin!
Schwarzauer. Cain, Smith
Row Two: McGill, Thomp-
son, Groom. Jones. Grand-
quest, O'Gwynn, Betbye
Jenkins, Green, Aikens, Ellis
Row Three: De Neefe. llordin
Ollinger, Fiese, Rosenblum
Diehnet, Burnham. Cortrigzht
Stewart. Baker, Matthews.
Row One: Quina, Taul, Bush,
Simison, Carroll, Maisel,
Landers, Simpson, Warlick,
Gale, Larvohe, Riise, Brown,
Row Two: Morgzan, Snowden,
McConnell, Rogers, liullen
Grebe, Odom, Lambert,
Lewis, Russell, Cautrell,
Row Three: Bethany, Minnis,
llritt, Yost, Norton, Ilyess,
Butt, Reese, Wiseman. Word.
Row One: Reed, Shackleforll.
Smith, Redell. Jones, Dodd,
Saucer. Harwell. String-
Row Two: Stringfellow, That-
cher, Williams, Wright,
Woodham, Young, Calas-
eione. Nelson, Williamson,
Row Three: Price-Williams,
Maisel, Pounds. Easterling,
De Mouy, Weatherly, Watz.
Hobby, Mullins, Blackwell,
Row One: Keebler, Henson,
Morris, 'l'urker, Arala. Shed-
den, Forney, Marshall, Wat-
kins, Walker, Walsh, Snyder,
Row Twu: lnile. Shaeffer,
Aggerton, Moses, Tanner,
Sumrall liev, livece, Gon-
zales, Horton, Johnston.
Row Three: Amesbury, Me-
Crory, Clay, Griffin, Strong.
Rolls, Spothswood, Rive.
Row One: Cnnninuham, Dennis,
Vineyard, Carpenter, Hatch,
Warren, Smith, Macleod,
Steele, Smith, Harford,
Row Two: Simon, Richardson.
George, Flanayxan, D'Olive,
Yeager, Giuli, Kane, Ther-
rell, Downing, lfrevito, Ther-
Row Three: Jackson, Verbeke.
Marks, Chnreh, Tunstall,
Wilson, Sossaman, Wild-
berfrer, Moulyet. l"arker.
S I+lU'l"I ON 17 0
Row One: Wiggpxins, llunean
lilaekwell, Wheeler, Swift
Rosser, Turner, Scott, Wal
dorf, Tanner, Hamm, Olsen
Row Twu: Vance, Strimxfellow
Woodruff, Stewart, Ritchie
MeMillan, Grepke, Gilbert
lilount. lilake, liemis.
Row Three: Molyneux, Wal-
laee, Wilson, Williams
Dorteh, Ward, Willingham
Wallaee, 'Fomln-rlin, Wat-
ters, Veriek, Moose.
Row One: Hunter, Bowling, De-
lokery, Harrell. Wilkie, Man-
ninzr. Chandler, Tait. llall
Pennington, West, Mc-lfarlin
Row Two: llnzyus, Pittman, Cas-
tle. Pace, Jernigan, Foster
VVel1b, Lyneh, Ilanlirn, Sny-
der, Kates, McDonald, Gas-
Rew Three: lihillips, Falls
SECTION 20 El
Row One: Grimes, Powell
Sayre. Strakley, Ray. Doug:-
las, Hubbard, Doyle, Mer-
chant. Haven, Woudham
Row Two: Clarke, Petcher
Busch. Blount. Carstens
I.am.rh:-im, Radcliff, Weleh
Summersell, Jacobson, Mc-
Row Three: Staleuir, Montiel
Stroecker, Smith, Kirwin
Row Um-1 lluvlvu-nm, 'l'zinnl-r.
'l'ilwlu-tts, I ugh, Allvn.
Spilws, l.zuu'cn1lim-, l'lI2llP5.
Plvzms. K'i'z1lftl'L-v, I'hill1lYS,
Row 'l'wn: l'x'u-l. Svuli, K0l'l'4
tru. Graves, Czulsuy, Cnun-
trymnn, Gi'n-er, UFIIHC. Day,
Wilson, llul'l', lim-ll.
Huw Throw: llriyprn-rs, lfuyfxril.
Fhossvinzxn, K'm'tlvcl:rs'. Sims.
llullzxnml, Cox, Sshzxl-fvl,
Row Onvz lioiil. liuslvy. Court-
ney, Glovvr, iirolzxnd, Foscue,
lVIuuru, lluiglvr, Nuwillu.
I,am,znur, VVchslm-r, llolmuvh.
Row 'l'wn3 Alulml, lfvluxlicr.
Olensky, Glnvur, Lumlxcrt,
Hz-avn, Ingv, I7 u h :i m.
KL-uu5,:hnu, lflvuns, ML-L-man.
Row 'l'hrrc: liusv, .lst-rslzl.
llvurn, Orlum, Moor. Schultz,
Wimpou. lizxiuwuft. lCzis1lnurn,
Row Ono: Lynn. llullwrir.
Cmwm-r, linin, Niurlon Noel
.hu-ulxs, Kvnna-dy, Allison.
Dykes, Koihy, 'i':u'un, Limxm.
Rww 'T'wn: Rulxinsnn. Voters,
Jnnvs, ljswnlm. Abramson,
Cnznlus. Huflwinis, Tow,
Allvn, Nm-lsun, Milnv. lcrry.
Ruw Thrvv: U1-ll. Robinson.
R1-ddift. limvrnun, Fuller,
..- ..,, -.,-....,.... .. him,
Sl'1C'l'lUN 2 15
Row Onv: vI'2H'l1ZllllS, Uhrisi
iunsvn. Mcliillnp, Jorslun, PI.
Jordsin, ll., lhmth, Michm-I
Ilzivir, Nm-wvll, liulwrts
Fugusirfml. F1-Ins, I"inn'h.
Huw TWU: Wzili man, Allen
Manning. liriirht, l'rinc'o
Czmssinlvy, llzu'x'im', Stvzulhuni
Williamsnn, Mvlnirn, Iirnnt
Icy, Vaughn, King.
Row 'I'hr'1-v: llzurivoclx. Wmuls
Smiih, Allrn, lfnwlvs, Mori'-
dith, Aslums, W., Adams, C.
Row Oni-: l'u:ln, l':lrwiv, Wil-
sun, Millur, linuwlvs, Wilson
Willcox. Shvppzllwl, lmwin
Fibllflllllll, Moss, linrmlcn, N1-l
Row TWU: l'uxvn-ll, lVlcli1'nziv
Kvnnully, lixvll, liilly, livllvl'
Roni-y, Rylu, l'hin, llrunsun
Row Threw: Noble. Williams
Morluy. Shaw. Trcnwr, Fun
way. Sm-ml, lim-mlmnn. .luvv
Row One: Young, Masten
Stafford, Greene, Northcutt
Gerhardt, Perkins, Fulton
Mallette. Bashford, Cren-
shaw, Brantley, Carpenter.
Row Two Burroughs, Shevoard
Osborn, Bethea, McCarty
Brownlee, Gumundi. Town-y
Dossett. Kelley, Chance.
Row Three: George, Murrav
Waters, Ward. Garnett, Rod:
Hers. Surcer. Cleveland
Row One: Blackwell, Osbourn.
Vann. Brasell, Alvarez,
Potter. Britt. Locke.
Armestcnd, Bitzer, Costa.
Row Two: Libbey. Partridge,
Curtis, Bethea. Grodsky,
Boling, Martin, Noel, Salter
Row Three: Browne. Hall
Keller, Manles. Green. Scott
Pollard, Helton, Antoine
Row One: Grebe. Kirven, Swet-
ser, Ford, Hanson, Kimr.
G a r t m a n . Lavimzhousez,
Huff, Graham. Glass, Rich-
Row Two: Cotnam. Willis,
Naultv, Sallizhdrill. Coburn.
DuBois, Butler, Gill, Bailey.
Bishop, Orsok, Roberts, De-
Row Three: Duranat. Galloway.
Gavnor, Cox, Campbell, Kit-
Row One: Lee. Beeker-per,
Hudson, Ennett. Brady.
Geiger. Key, Hood, Lloyd,
Lee. Mason, Greer.
Row Two: Thompson. Christo-
nher. Crabtree. Morehead.
Prestley, Brantley, Clav,
Jackson. Long, Long, Hill-
Row Three: Griffin, Mideette,
Richmond, McCani.s. Strim-
SECTION CAFE E
Row One: Wilson, Williams,
Moinris, Peirre, Watson.
Nichols, Morrisette. Smith.
Pryor, Tallon, Mitchell,
Row Two: Frinkel, F1-rree.
Johnston. Murray, Jones.
Dossett. Flowers. Jackson,
Row Three: Bon, Brazelton,
Boling, Bentley, Crosby,
Row One: Myers, Woodhzvn.
Griffith, Wentworth, Holt,
Strange, Davis, Unzicker,
Vickers, Dawsey, Conklan.
Rowe, Carroll, Howell, Pou.
Row Two: Norris, Wilson,
Spicer, Denmark. Uptayz-
rafft, Smith. Garnes. Holton.
Davis, Duke, Benecliek,
Row Three: Tucker, Corner.
Anderson. Cooley. Wat's
Raines. Simth, Wilkes, Kit-
Row One: Mayson. Dyess, Kel-
ley, Hutto, Henderson. Bail-
ey, Allman, Geron, Dixon
Hires, Eslava, Cochrane.
Row Two: Fulford. Diard, Pat-
rick. Clolinlzer. Barton, Mar-
arssen. liurlfess. Thetford
Patrick, McLeod, Thurman
Row 'I'hree: Kuffskie. Elliott
Green, Nichols. McCrfirY
Henlev. Mills, Rone, Ander-
Row One: Spence. Williams
liortz, Kizer. Sindorf, Hamil-
fon. White, M e r e d i c- h
Wooley, Carroll. DeGrery
Richardson, White, H.
Row Two: Dozier. Collins. Rit-
chie. Dyess, Moore, Sehluml-
recht. Enizlanrl. Rod-'ers
Du ver. Rockwell, Dixon
Row Three: Donwrlas. Antoine,
Holland, Williams, Deme-
froplos, Jenkins. Wood
Fcarn. Young, Williams.
Row One: Malnnis. Carr. F'itz-
Gerald. Llovd, Pierce, Mur-
mlwv, M1-Corvey. DeMouy
Gilbert, Pharr, Yawn, Tur-
Row Two: Irwin, Davis. Stev-
ens, Durden. Jernixran
Young, lioudouequie Peter-
son. Snotswood. Layman
Row Three: McClure. Wallace
Risor Yerkes. Herring, Kina
Chiepalich. liaumhauer. Grif-
Row One: 'O'Shea. Roberts
Clarke. McCullouuh. Shafer
Redford. Bryan. Wilkie. Al-
len, Dumont, Spafforrl
liroadus. Mayxzarden, Know-
Row Two: Williams. Dohm
Heven, Murrill Gra Sum-
. . y.
mersgzill, Fendley. Smith
Holand, Davis, Smith, Mar-
Row Three: White, Rush
Jones, Stein, Johnson. Chest-
Row One: l'lllli'K7I'Ki, Mrliartv
livnson, liritlon, Vivrci-
Mosely, Smith. llrown, Furr.
1.1-vi, Lowa-ll, Gaillard,
ow 'l'wo: liryzxnt, Ferrill,
lfrflker. Shvuard, Drinkard,
Vautier. ML-Dole, llsxvard,
Carr, Wolf:-, O'lSannon,
ow Uno: Hall, SL-lf, Lowe,
Stl'ariLIa'. Falls, l"lanag'an
Vauuhan. liistcr. SL-lls, Wal-
kvr, Slrauirhn, Lombard, C.
ow Two: Clarke, Forwood
l'arkor, lialmun, Lincoln, Pit-
tuluyor, Stephens, Hearn,
Lott, l"lotka, Meyer, Mc-
Row Three: lfolvy. Crane.
Me-syaros, Gorday, Doylv,
Frasv, Day, Georprv, llowcll
Row One: Darrah, Yates
Stcinur, Griffin, Covhran
lluoker. Hudyrens, Ferrell
Evans, Wiggins, Tyson
Row 'l"wo: liolimr, Dixon
Entrekin, Thomas, McCov
Frost, Irby, Goodson, Smith
Row Three: Hardesty, l'rols-
clorfer, Jackson, liroadus
Maddox, liurns, Doyle, Ham-
Row One: Muntz, Hardy, Ross,
Croker, Newell. Price, Grif-
fin, Hodges, Wojohn, Null,
Wiggins, Turner, Spence.
Row Two: Enfinyrvr, Houghton,
Nabors, Miller, McCroy. Wil-
liams, Pelletier, Watson
Gray, Terry, Williams.
Row Three: Droy, Whe-els-r,
Guy. Wimberly, Poe-ter, King,
Pow Oni-: Robinson. l"ullf-n,
Heed, Whitm-y. Fulforsl, Kit-
trcll. Rvvnalds. Picker. Nich-
ols. Johns, Rawls, Corne'l.
Row Two: Prisovk, Benton,
Roebuck, McMillan, Davis,
lloutwelli Purvis. Harris,
Hand, Mar-on, U0 Sardon.
Row 'T'hrc-0: Sims, Sharp, Den-
mark . Cowan, Fayard.
vw On: Johns, Broadus,
Spain, Grandahl, Riddick
Salazar, Richards, Daugh-
erty, Williams, Parnell
Ward, Cook, Thames, Clark
vw 'l'w0: Yarborough
Munyrer, Lewis, Bronson
Ralzli. Blackman, O'Neal
Maisel, Warsl, Mcllrary
iw Three: lzard, Farnell, M.
Stevens, Woplert, Minyard
Worrell. Hickman, Nichols
uw Une: Bilbo. Hetland
Robertson, Moore, llrure
liell. Sonnier. Lanlrley
Orrell, Ft nder, Earls
iw Two: Finch. Foster,
Hendrix, Harkmeyer, Cam-
mon, Hamm, Mellonnell
Smith, Richards, Neal
uw Three: Lundy, Burroughs
Pratt. Steiner. Weidmann
lialdwin, Metlonagzhy, Byrd
vw One: llimlins. Beekman
ffhaillot, Stauffer, Tyler
Clausen, Wooley, Wallace
Click, Watts, Gowan, Gonl
zalt s, Jones.
uw Two: Smith, Vergxos,
Sirmon, Sawyer, Rodgers,
Taylor. Melntosh. Green,
Holley, Smith, Robertson,
ow 'l'hrt'v: l'urvis. 'l'herrell
Graham, Marsal, Knight
Jan kson, Sowell. Payne.
Row One: liates, liattiste, Sa-
vell, Dueitt, Partriilxle
Hearn. Grimes. Iievens
Davis, Lee, lowell, Jaelison
Row 'l'wo: Amesbury, Camp
bull, Williams, Carl, Wilson
Sutton. lloblxs, Sprinkle
Knapp, Allen, Phillips.
Row Three: Arias, Nowling
Valloway, l'm-ary. S4-ht-ner
mann, Campbell, llare, Has
Row Une: Yvaeer, VV isner
Harwell. llarvey, lVls'lVlill:ln
llresslm-r, Rolling, lVlurrill
Ntigel, Olsen, Whitt-
Row Two: Coleman. l'hax'ers
Carlsen, U2ll'llt'I1il'l'. llurlte
Atchison. llraper, llunn
lfurr. Rirks, 'l'anlu-r. N7l'flt'h
Row 'l'hree: llawkins, High
tower. lVIoore, lhmgar
l'owell. Vatu. Harrison
Row One: Simms, Strain.
Prine, Moody, Milstead,
Kominek, Bonacker, Jordan.
Hackmeyer, Gates, Gable,
Row Two: Morris, Mumme,
Sherman. Mobley, Meggxin-
son, Dunn, Clausen, Burch,
Amesbury, Fulford, Berto-
lotti, Minto, Baynes.
Row Three: Sutton, Martin,
Stone. Powell, Williams.
Thomas. Holladay. Lee.
Lomers, Smith, Eberlc-in,
SECTION 2 42B
Row One: Conover, Durant.
Cannon. Johnson, Anderson.
Hart, Venman. Bates. Wait,
Williamson, Mills, Kittrell,
Row Two: Fearn. Johnson, J.,
Adams. Gilchrist, Mose f,
Smith, Haley, Covan, Busby,
Dixon, Akridsze. Britian.
Row Three: McDonnell. Con-
verse. Beatv. Burch.
Lyndall, Finch, Dorer,
Erbardt. Arrat, Boams
Wrington, Matthew, Broun-
Row One: Carlin. Bender. Brit-
ain, Desporfe. Criminale
Brunson, Foote, Lombard
Brown, Chambless, Bowles
Row Two: Foster, Hinson
Yawn, Owen, Taylor, Robin-
son, Luckie, Murray, Till-
man, Smith, Lee.
Row Three: Mobley, Suther-
land, Pope, Seiple. Edgar
Sledlze. Brewton, Walsh. Mc-
Gregor, Covan, Blyth, Whit-
Row One: Cobb. Stephens
Horn, Eve-re-tt, Keovan, Tab-
bert, Randlette. Roland. Pal-
mvr, Yow, Hester, Pryor
Row Two: Allen, Hope, Maclay
Heath, Gaston. Nelson, Lee
Nelson, Howard, Cox, Mc-
Donald, Iwocaso Fbaster.
Row Three: Cooper, Findlsy
Reith. Ycrkcs, Roberts
SECTION V. F. A.
Row One: Lassiter. Dunn. Ep'-
pf-rson. Roimer. Furr. H1151-
yett. Abbot, Dixon, Cromer
Knight, Davidson, Hanson
Row Two: Kirk, McLeod, John-
son. Iiazcmore. Christian
Meszaros. Griffin, Kling
Barrier, Bailey, Mickler.
Row 'I"hrec: Lins. Marencovich
Griffin, Houston, Rickell
SECTION V. E. R.
Row One: Graves. Ward,
Maisel, Wilson, Holliman
Davis. Thomason, White
Steiner, Collier, Finnegan
ROW Two: Davis, J., Carter
Rolls, Mclntyre, Wilkins
Simison, MOCaffery, Wett
Powe. Smith. Ford, Leslie.
Row Three: Miller, Piney'
McDonn0ll, Malone. Weldv,
Hudson, Recd. McKenzie,
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1938 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Sept. 23 .....,...... Murphy
Sept. 30 ............ Murphy
Oct. 7 ............. Murphy
Oct. 15 ............. Murphy
Oct. 22 ............. Murphy
Oct. 27 ............. Murphy
Nov. 4 ............ .Murphy
Nov. 18 ............ .Murphy
Nov. 25 .......,.... Murphy
Bay Minette 0
U. M. S. 27
Willcox, Sitz, Moye
Over sixty eager prospects reported to Coach
John Brimm as the 1938 gridiron season got under
way. From the first Coach Brimm and his assist-
ants were faced with the difficult task of adding
experience to a squad that consisted of only three
returning letter-men. This task 'became more
apparent as the season progressed, and as games
usually won by the Blue and Gold eleven turned
out to be opponents' victories. However, a keen
fighting spirit gave the Murphy eleven victories
over Jackson, Bay Minette, and Pensacola and
saved an otherwise very disappointing season.
Throughout the season 'tlVIonk" McCarty was
the mainstay in the Panther backfield. Besides
being' one of the best running backs in the city,
'tMonk" also handled the kicking assignments and
often pulled his team out of a hole with his long
spiral punts. Benton and Frazier, his two running
mates, we1'e also outstanding' performers. In the
line Jack Flanagan, Murphy's all-city tackle, was
the most consistent player. Flanagan, together
with such stalwarts as Radcliff, Inge and Brown,
made up a forewall that gave a good account of
itself in every game.
Row One: Ste-ber, McCarty, Baker, Houston, Mcllay, Ha
Row Two: Murrill, Muntiel, Davis, Flanagan, Richards.
Hite, Brown, Radcliff, Courtney.
Row Three: Irby, Inge, Warren, MeGillberry, Frazier, lie
ntun, Warrl, Kamphius, Castle.
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YUVONNE ELLIS. SPONSOR
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VIRGINIA JONES, MAI-D
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MURPHY 18 - JACKSON 7
Playing straight football the Murphy High
Panthers defeited a strong Jackson team 18-7
before one of the largest opening day crowds ever
assembled at the Murphy stadium. Scoring late in
the first and second periods the Panthers gained a
lead which was not relinquished throughout the
game. Only once did Jackson penetrate deep into
Murphy territory. Midway the third quarter a
Murphy fumble and a penalty gave the Visito1's the
ball on the Murphy five, from which point their
lone score was made. The game was featured by
the defensive work of the Murphy line which held
the Visitors to a lone first down from scrimmage.
MURPHY 18 - BAY MINETTE 0
Again the Murphy Panthers came through with
a win to remain in the undefeated class, A gamely
fighting team from Baldwin County was no match
for the Blue and Gold clad boys as they rang up
a decisive 18-0 victory.
After a stubborn Bay Minette defense had
spoiled an early threat, Murphy pushed over the
Warren gains for Murphy
first score midway the second period. Two rapid
goal-line thrusts netted twelve more points for the
home boys, as the game ended witha host of Murphy
subs once again carrying the ball deep into the
MURPHY 7 -- BILOXI 12
The Murphy Panthers journeyed to Biloxi and
played one of their best games only to lose in the
last two minutes of play by a 12-7 score.
From the opening whistle the Biloxi Redskins
displayed a sparkling running attack featured by
downfield blocking. This attack repeatedly netted
long gains and, but for several heroic stands made
by the Murphy eleven, would have turned the game
into a rout. However, the stubborn Panther de-
fense held for downs when their goal-line was
threatened, and not until late in the second period
were the Indians able to score.
Immediately after the half the Blue and Gold
boys opened up with one of the finest passing
attacks ever shown by a Murphy team. Mixing
passes and running plays, the home boys pushed
the ball to the Biloxi 30 yard line, from which point
a long pass netted a touchdown and a 7-6 lead.
The remainder of the game seemed to be all
Murphy until the last minute of play, when a bad
pass from center was recovered by a Biloxi line-
man for a touchdown.
MURPHY 0 - RAMSAY 31
A crippled Murphy team, still suffering from
the effects of its heartbreaking loss to Biloxi, was
no match for the powerful Rams from Birmingham.
The Ramsay combine mixed power with deception
in marching to a decisive 31-0 victory over the
MURPHY 6 - PENSACOLA 0
After twice bowing in defeat, the Murphy
Panthers rose to unprecedented heights to topple
the Pensacola Tigers from the unbeaten ranks by
administering a thorough 6-0 trouncing.
Throughout the night the Murphv line was the
deciding factor in overwhelming the Pensacola
eleven. It continually outcharged the Tiger fore-
wall, throwing their -backs for losses, and prevent-
ing the visitors' tricky ground 'attack from ever
getting started. The Panther forewall also ex-
hibited its best offensive playing of the year,
opening up holes that enabled the backs to slice
through for frequent gains,
MURPHY 0 - PHILLIPS 13
Unleasing a fierce first half attack, the Phillips
Red Raiders defeated a fighting Panther eleven in
Birmingham by a 13-0 count. This victory marked
the first time that a Red and White eleven has
been able to triumph over the Blue and Gold.
Throughout the first half the Panthers fought
with their backs against the wall, as the Red Raid-
ers unleased a devastating ground attack that
netted a two touchdown lead: but in the second
half the Murphy eleven played on almost even keel
with the Birmingham team. Lite in the final
period Murphy mustered its only scoring threat
witha thirty-four yard march from centerfield,
but a 15 yard penalty interrupted the advance.
MURPHY 0 - LANIER 7
The invading Poets of Sidney Lanier were
fought to a virtual standstill by the best display
of Murphy defensive power this year. Except for
McCarty off for nice gain
U. M. S.-Murphy
one perfectly executed play, the game would prob-
ably have ended a scoreless tie.
Taking the second half kickoff on his own
twelve, Lanier's husky blocking back raced 88 yards
for the only score, as the perfect blocking of his
mates cleared the way. Except for this one touch-
down dash, the contest was the closest and hardest
fought of the year for the Blue and Gold. The
Murphy line, although outweighed, was a stone Wall
tothe opposing ball carriers throughout the game.
MURPHY 0 - McGILL 20
The McGill Yellowjackets einched their second
consecutive city football title with a smashing 20-0
victory over the Murphy Panthers, before the
season's largest crowd of 9,000.
The Jackets struck swiftly to register two touch-
downs in the first quarter. Again in the second
period another was added for a total of twenty
points, as a driving rainstorm ended the scoring
for the night.
The Murphy offense clicked only once, allow-
ing the Blue and Gold boys to penetrate to the
McGill 31 yard stripe. Here the McGill defense
stiffened and a pass interception ended the threat.
The Murphy forward wall, except for one bril-
liant stand on its own five yard line, was com-
pletely outclassed by 'a hard-charging Jacket line.
MURPHY 7 - U. M. S. 27
Completely bewildered by the flashing Cadet
backs, the Murphy Panthers were almost anni-
hilated, as the season's finale ended with a 27-7
The one bright spot for the Panthers was the
thorough destruction of the vaunted Red and Grey
air attack. Many times during the night an alert
Panther secondary ruined the Cadet aerial attempts
with timely pass interceptions, but in every other
department of the game the Panthers were com-
pletely outplayed. The Murphy line, usually the
strong link in the Panther attack, was hopelessly
outcharged and out fought by the heretofore weak
The loss of this game marked the first time in
ten years that a Murphy eleven has fallen victim
of the Red and Grey.
Cozwh Lamar Moye
Coach Lamar Moye began his first year as
basketball mentor faced by one of the gloomiest
athletic outlooks ever to occur at Murphy. Not a
single player returned from last years "dream
team", but this was hardly ia beginning of Coach
Moye's Woes. In addition McGill, Foley, and Biloxi
boasted their strongest quintets in years, all eager
to avenge the set-backs received at the hands of
the Panther five of last year.
The Murphy lads did get off to a slow start, but
reached their peak in the post season tournaments
to win the distinction of being ranked among the
best eight teams of the state.
Hats off to Coach Moye for this feat. He
began the season with the worst team ever to
Wear the Blue and Gold but by hard and patient
work molded a group of players who did as well
in the state tournament as any of the strong
Murphy teams of the past.
After defeating Grand Bay and Citronelle in
practice games the Murphy five swung into the
regular tilts with a hard earned 35-29 Win over
a surprisingly strong Robertsdale team. Led by
Carr, lanky guard, the Panthers jumped to an ewrlv
lead, but their inabilitv to cover the Robertsdale
center kept the score close throughout the game.
Again the Blue and Gold got off to a flying
start to grab a 17 point lead as a scrappy Fairhope
five was helpless to stop their neat passing attack.
Led by Captain Benton who garnered 16 points
from the floor, the Panthers showed unusual ac-
curacy in hitting the basket to administer a 39-18
A weak Citronelle five was no match for the
fast breaking Murphy quintet which drove to a
48-20 victory on the Murphy court. The Panthers
scored freely during the first and fourth periods
to thoroughly outclass the visitors.
The Murphy five next journeyed to Florida to
face their first stiff opposition in Pensacola Tigers.
The heralded Tiger zone defense proved too much
for the Panthers, causing them to take many wild
shots and holding them to a lone field goal. Pensa-
cola scored mainly on check shots to hand the
Blue and Gold their first loss, 20-10.
rom left to right: Wilsmwn,
Salmon. Carr. Renton, Wood-
ham. Gewin. Warren, Bnnser,
Murril. Chin, Johansen
lienten l'l0l"XV2ll'KlI Johansen' Guard: VVilson-flforward.
Captain Farl llenton was in excellent form as
he led Murphy to a Z5-15 win over the U. M. S.
Cadets in the first intra-eity game of the season.
The Panthers weres low in starting but found the
basket in the third period to ice the game away.
A veteran Biloxi combine wasted no time in
hitting their scoring spree as they scored 13 points
in the first minutes of play against a bewildered
Murphy team. The raggedness and inexperience
of the Panthers showed pl,1inly throughout as they
were helpless to combat the Biloxi attack. Biloxi
ZH, Murphy lil.
Again Captain llenton and his team mates were
in fine form to rout the lfairhope aggregation for
the seeond time this season. l3enton's fifteen
points and Johansen's six were tops for Murphy.
Murphy 538, Fairhope 16.
Murphy dropped her third game of the season
to the Foley Lions in a game that was really nip
and tuck throughout. llardlv would the Lions
score before a battling Panther five would come
right baek to add a score to their count. However,
the Foley five was simply a little too good and
they came through with a 31-23 victory over the
Up to this point in the season the Murphy
quintet had played eight games, winning five and
losing three. Although the season's standing was
well over 500 the five wins had been made against
teams which for years had been notably wexk,
While in every real test the Panthers had fought
hard but had bowed in defeat. This weakness,
due to the fact that not 21 single player returned
who was even on the squad last year, became more
noticeable now as the Panthers swung into the
stiffest part of their schedule. First the Panthers
dropped a thriller to the Cadet eagers by a 23-22
Count. Then followed defeats by Biloxi, McGill,
lionser- Forward: Gewinifvnterg Wuodham --Forward.
Phillips and Pensacola. However, in each of these
games the Murphy boys showed decided improve-
ment and promise of developing into a strong
team, Tn the second game against the strong' Foley
Lions, the Panthers really hit their stride. Benton,
Johansen, Ge-win, VVilson and VVarren completely
outplayed the visitors to come through with a 33-27
win, and stamp themselves as a dark horse in the
Murphy held an eight point lend on the McGill
Jackets until the last three minutes of play and
except for the elimination of two regulars on fouls
would probably have closed the season with an
upset. As it was, the Jackets barely eked out a
victory in the season's most thrilling game.
In the District Tournament at Foley, the
Panthers took two out of three games to earn
runner-up honors. The first game against Floma-
ton was a pushover with the Panthers winning
-15-23, but in the second game against Robertsdale,
Murphy met stiffer opposition, finally ekeing out
a 26-24 Win. In the finals, the Panthers were
defeated by McGill but bv winning second place,
were able to attend the state meet.
On to the state tournament at Tuscaloosa and
Murphy played fine basketball to defeat Highland
Home, one of Alz1bama's leading prep school teams.
In the second game. the Blue and Gold dropped a
48-35 decision to Ramsay High of Birmingham.
The entire Murphy team played well throughout
the tournament but Captain Benton paced the
efforts of his mates, scoring thirty-two points in
the two games.
Members of this years squad were Benton,
Johansen, Carr, Wilson, Gewin, Warren, Bonser
and VVoodham. Only two of these, Johansen and
Gewin will graduate so prospects look bright for
Murphy in 1940.
U. M. S. 15
U. M. S. 223
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U. M. S. 35 Murphy
Penizwola 27 Murphy
Foley 27 Murphy
McGill 32 Murphy
Flomaton 23 Murphy
Robertsrlalc 2-1 Murphy
McGill 44 Murphy
Highland Home 25 Murphy
Ramsay 48 Murphy
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Fresh. Volley Ball Champs Soph- BaSk9l3bal1 Champs
Row Ono: Klimf. Bilbo . Row One: Broadus. Coffer
Row Two: Reimer, Benton, SlllTll'!'llfl, Jones Row Two: Hickey, Rowell, D1-Vine, WL-iss
Soph' Voucy Ball Chalnps Row One: Yates, Fender, Clark, Pelletier
Row One: Mimldlebruwks. Smith. lnzlc Row Two: Fayard, Malone, Denmark. Everett, Steiner,
Row Two: McDule, McCarty, lirazelton. Odom Arendall
Captain Carl Brown
First Track Meet
The Moss Point Tigers ended
Murphy High's domination of the
local track scene when they scored
a triumph over both the Mobile
team and Pensacola High School.
The Mississippi team captured 11
first places and two thirds to total
57 points. Murphy was second
with 34W and Pensacola third
The defeat marked the first
time the Panthers have lost a
track meet since 1935 and only
the fourth loss handed the Murphy
squad since track was started at
the million dollar school in 1931
Moss Point showed the assem-
bled track fans one of the best
group of thinlies to perform on
the Murphy cinders in several
seasons. The squad was well-bal-
anced and had a good performer
in each of the dashes, distances,
jumps and weights.
Summary of Events
The individual results were as
Shot put: Fields, Moss Point:
Bell, Pensacola: Mattox, Pensa-
cola. Distance: 46 feet, 5 inches.
120-yard high hurdles: Stauter,
Moss Point: Cary, Pensacola:
Haskia, Murphy. Time: 17.1
100-yard dash: Cunningham,
Moss Point: Brown, Murphy: Pat-
terson, Pensacola. Time: 10.3
Pole Vault: Stauter, Moss Point:
Benton, Murphy: Tapia, Murphy.
Height: 11 feet.
Discus throw: Fields, Moss
Point: Benton, Murphy: Folmer,
Pensacola. Distance: 110 feet,
Mile run: Jones, Moss Point:
Miller, Murphyg Denmark, Mur-
phy. Time: 4:46.2 fnew recordj.
440-yard run: Smith, Moss
Point: Horne, Pensacola: Payne,
Pensacola. Time: 55 seconds.
High jump: Stauter, Moss Point:
Benton, Murphy: Fillette, Murphy,
and Dargoz, Pensacola, tied.
Height: five feet, nine inches.
220-yard low hurdles: Mclnnis,
Moss Point: Lyons, Pensacola:
Pennington, Murphy. Time: 26.8
220-yard dash: Cunningham,
Moss Point: Patterson, Pensacola:
Brown, Murphy. Time: 23.4
Broad jump: Hancock, Murphy,
Redding, Murphy: Stauter, Moss
Point. Distance: 19 feet, 10 inches.
880-yard relay: Murphy fRed-
ding, Ward, Torres, Brownj, Pen-
sacola, Moss Point. Time: 1:39.
Row One: Pennington: Hous-
ton: Price-Williams: Red-
ding: Brown: Torres
Row Two: Hancock: Tapia
McCarty: Boyes: Robinson
Row Three: Ward: Denmark
Fillette: Kasten: Baker
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Sprintsg 2. Myles McCarty, Shot Putg 3. Carl
Benton, Pole Vaultg 4. Wallace Boye and Bill
Houston, 880 Yard Rung 5. Ed. Ward and Charles
Fillette, 880 Relayg 6. Ray Hancock, Broad Jumpg
7. Carlton Baker, Shot Putg 8. Jed Denmark and
Homer Tapia, Mileg 9. Billy Robinson and Wallace
Pennington, Low Hurdlesg 10. Carl Benton, Discusg
11. Thornton Williams and Bill Redding, Sprints.
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School Volley Ball Champs School Badminton Champs
Sec. 148: Lombard, Gray, Griggs Sec. 106: Flach and Austin
School Basketball Champs 223-School Basketball Champs
Sec. 132 B: Radford, Babcock, Babcock, L. ROW One: Denton, Hahn, McMurphy, Courtney
12nd Rowjg Weiss, Prine, Bain Row Two: Salmon. Smith, Mims
Berry, lirenn-man, liruwn, C., Brown, M. L., Carpenter, Cunningham, 1JlCkil'1SUH, Kirk, Mc-Swcen, Miller, Nutt, lxritchurd, Risen, Sanders
The Mohian Picnic
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"Thanks for the Memories"-You'll be saying
this to the members of your Mohian staff fifteen
years from now. For with painstaking care and
labor, we have attempted to preserve for you
cherished souvenirs of your happy, carefree high
school days. To each of you is dedicated this
record of your activities, this treasure-book of
pictures of you and your friends. The editorial
staff has done its best to provide you with interest-
ing pictures and write-ups, and snappy captions.
By their untiring efforts in securing advertise-
ments, members of Bobby Norton's 'business staff
have made possible the low price of the book for
The staff is grateful for the invaluable aid
received from outside sources. To Miss Ruth Moore
and her Public Speaking class and to Miss Fan
Randlette's art classes are due much credit for
the success of the subscription campaign. To Miss
Brown and the rest of the office staff we are
grateful for their ever-ready helpfulness.
Under the wise and clever leadership of our
editor, Helen Duggar, capably guided by the faculty
advisor, Mr. Wilkie, we have worked hard to pro-
duce this book, and we sincerely hope that you
deem it worthy of our school, and that you will
treasure it always.
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Latin scholars interested in
studying about the life, customs,
and language of the Romans may
join Miss Tait's Latin Club. Mem-
bers are helped to a better under-
standing of the practical and cul-
tural value of Latin. Roman songs
and plays are studied and this
year members constructed a
miniature Roman house.
Miss Kennedy's Sketch Club is
for students interested in draw-
ing, especially outdoor sketching.
Weather permitting, meeting are
held on the campus, where mem-
bers sketch the buildings and
shrubbery, using pencil or water
colors. Drawings are criticized
by the advisor and other members.
One year of art is required for
An essential part of the smooth
running of any Murphy produc-
tion, or any other program given
in our auditorium, is the Ushers
Club. Under the capable guidance
of Miss Ruth Knudsen, club spon-
sor, the ushers collect tickets,
distribute programs and help keep
orderly conduct at plays, assem-
blies, and the like.
MODERN ALCHEMIST -
This year the Modern Alchemist
celebrates its tenth anniversary.
The club has been greatly honored
by having Miss Woolley as sponsor
throughout all these years. Its
purpose is to create more interest
in chemistry and give opportunity
to those interested to do further
.work in chemistry than one year.
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Row One: Hollis, Chaudron, Jacobs, Lambert, Fulford, DeAnge1o, Gordon, Zel-
nicker, Brown, McGill, Holmes, Robinson, Jansen.
Row Two: Walker, Whitney, Lobger, Lauber, McConnell, Lee, Dismukes, Frazier,
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Row Three: Dahmer, Hudgens, Berry, Kirk, Mayhall, Saston, Phillips, Black-
lidge, Salmon, Hewett, Amos, Jenson, Glass.
Murphy Hi Times
If you want to read about the new courses, new
teachers, baseball game, latest best-seller, or who's
going with whom, you can find it in the Murphy
Hi Times, published bi-monthly by students or
former students of the journalism class, and printed
in the shops under the direction of Mr. Houser.
"Medalist or bust," vowed Edwin Zelnicker, Jr.
when he was elected editor of the paper by the
student body, and with the aid of Helen Hunter
Rhodes, managing editor, Susie Mae Gordon, busi-
ness manager, Mrs. Grimes and Miss White, ad-
visors, and a competent staff, he achieved his aim.
In addition to putting out a regular issue every
two weeks, the staff produced a special issue which
was sold on the streets to enable members of the
staff to attend the annual Columbia Scholastic
Press Association convention for high school jour-
nalists in New York, and sponsored a Valentine
Silent and solid is the business staff of the
Murphy High Times, never seen nor heard of except
twice during the year, when the students' sub-
scriptions are received. At other times the staff,
under Susie Mae Gordon, business manager, retires
into oblivion in room 114 with Miss Annie Lou
White as the faculty advisor. There they attend
to the business side of the paper. Although this
side of the paper is seldom in the public limelight,
all important business passes through the "bank"
of the staff. When a special issue is begun with
the construction by the editorial staff, the business
staff sallies forth to solicit advertisements to pay
for the issue. The business staff always tries to
fulfill its purpose of keeping the Murphy High
Times Hout of the red," in good financial condition,
in order to maintain its position as the leading
high school publication of Alabama.
Fourteen members compose the
Photography Club, which is one of
the most interesting clubs in Mur-
phy. Its purpose is to establish
photography as a habit. Under
the capable sponsorship of Miss
Murray, they all take part in the
club activities. Much time is given
over for the developing of pictures.
GIRLS' FIRST AID-
Capably sponsored by Miss
Thomason is the Girls' First Aid
Club, the purpose of which is to
give the members a chance to earn
their first aid certificates. l'n-
cluded in the activities of this
group are practical work, written
and oral work, films on first aid,
and also social functions.
Because of the many ships com-
ing from foreign ports, Mobile
furnishes the Coin Club with
unusual opportunities for collect-
ing and exchanging coins. The
aim of this club, ably advised by
Miss Craddock, is to collect, ex-
change, classify, and arrange for
display, coins from foreign nations
and from the United States.
With Mr. Marion as the able
director, the Boys' Biology Club is
one of Murphy's outstanding
clubs. Its purpose is to give boys
a chance to work on any special
biological interest they may have.
This year they are busy working
on a honey bee project and gar-
dening in the green house.
Shoppers and homemakers of
tomorrow will know the secrets of
choosing clothes and food, if
Miss Morrisettc's Consumer Edu-
cation Club has anything to say
about it. People 'in the know'-
clerks and executives from down-
town stores-speak at club meet-
ings, instructing members in the
art of judging qualities and prices.
In the Mathematics Club, ad-
vised by Mr. Pillans, various mem-
bers select special fields of
Math. on which to report. Trick
problems and puzzles are also
solved. The purpose of this club
is to offer an opportunity to
interested students to investigate
Math. beyond that which is offered
in school courses.
To help those students who are
planning to study engineering in
college is the fundamental pur-
pose of the Engineering Club. Be-
ing divided into two groups, each
group is responsible for bringing
in all information possible con-
cerning that particular branch of
engineering, The capable advisor
of this club is Miss Moon.
Under the able sponsorship of
Mrs. Haas, the Costume Club per-
forms very interesting and neces-
sary work. The fifteen members
of this club work together in mak-
ing the costumes for the plays
presented by the Four Arts Club.
This organization of Murphy is
affiliated with the national and
state economics clubs.
To have the right to wear the pin of
the National Honor Society, to be
recognized among the chosen few who
make up that organization, is the high-
est honor a student can attain in Mur-
phy High School. Elected on the basis
of character, leadership, scholarship, the
service, which constitute the ideal of
the society, the members represent the
highest type of student. Each spring
a few prominent members of the junior
class are chosen that the work of the
organization might be carried over into
the next year. John Stuart was elected
president by this group, under whose
leadership a survey of colleges was
Row One: Langham. McSween
Tapia, Holder, Radcliff
d'OrneIlas, Stuart. Flach
Gadik, Gordon. Douglas.
Row Two: Ripps, Shepard
roy, Duggar, Willard, Price
Cook, Nelson, McGetrick.
Row' Three: Wood, Smith
Browder, Mason, Rogers
Absent: Gerhardt, Zelnicker
'conducted to aid Murphy pupils in the
selection of schools for higher learn-
ing. In February was held the tapping
exercise for seniors, when twenty-nine
new membe1's were admitted. With
Jim Radcliff as second semester presi-
dent, the society held its annual banquet
for actives and alumni, was in charge
of a booth at Welfare Day and took a
census of the foreign-born grand-
parents of Murphy students. Establish-
ed as first chapter of National Honor
in Alabama it is through the guidance
of Miss Virginia d'Ornellas that the
local chapter maintains its splendid
N. H. S. Banquet 1938
Butt, Sanders, Stevens, Gil-
Brown, Howard, Gewin, Mc:
Corresponding to the National Honor
Society in the journalistic field is the
International Honorary Society for
High School Journalists, better known
as Quill and Scroll which recognizes
hard working young high school Jour-
nalists. To qualify for membership one
must have served on one of the pub-
lications, the Murphy Hi Times or the
Mohian, or must present proof of
journalistic ability, then be approved
by Miss Annie Lou White, capable lad-
visor. To fulfill its purpose of stimu-
lating and promoting journalism, Quill
and Scroll sponsors regular contests
open to all students, members or not,
in editorial writing, news stories, ad-
vertising copy, headline writing, news
judgment, and all the other phases of
newspaper work, for which the winners
receive recognition in the Quill and
Scroll Magazine and, if national win-
ners, gold medals. Several Murphy
students received recognition during
the past year. The national council,
with headquarters at Northwestern
University in Chicago, offers each year
to the senior student showing the most
journalistic promise a two year scholar-
ship iat a recognized university.
Claude Dahmer, sports editor of the
Murphy Hi Times and member of the
National Honor Society is president of
the local chapter and has led the mem-
bers in a successful year.
Secretary June Berry
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AMERICAN YOUTH FORUM
World, national, and local af-
fairs provide subjects for debates,
discussions, and reports at meet-
ings of the American Youth
Forum. Mr. Hudgens, a popular
history teacher, directs this club
for students who are interested in
news events of today. Members
are encouraged to enter national
contests on citizenship and world
To increase the member's knowl-
edge and collection of stamps is
the purpose of the Philatelic Club.
The club, interestingly advised by
Miss Rubira, orders First Day
Issues from the post office in
VVashington. By subscribing to
Meekly's Weekly it Obtains the
forecast of -the new stamps which
are coming out.
"Coca-cola, candy, peanuts,
chewing-gum!"-Me thinks I hear
a familiar sound. Ah yes, 'tis the
Panther Club on the job as usual.
t'Mr. H0user's Peddlersn can be
found at all football games and
other school events, selling refresh-
ments. Profits are used in various
ways to benefit the school.
Advised by Mr, Unzicker, the
Harte Hi-Y is one of the school's
most outstanding service groups.
It has two enjoyable social affairs
during the year, a Christmas party
and a spring dance. At Thanks-
giving and Christmas time this
club is very generous in making
up baskets for needy families.
Ambitious and athletic girls who
have made four hundred points
toward their Physical Education
letters are eligible to join Mrs.
Crenshaw's Letter Club. The pur-
pose of the club is to help these
girls make their required points.
Members go on hikes and play on
the club's basketball and baseball
Dancers, singers, musicians -
Mr, Sonnier's Novelty Club is for
you. The club's purpose is to
discover students with unusual
talent, and to train them in poise
and stage presence. All Sopho-
mores, Juniors, and Seniors
talented in music, dancing, and
other forms of entertainment are
eligible to tryout for membership.
A new addition to Murphy this
year, the Interior Decoration Club,
teaches girls pointers in design,
homemaking, and interior decora-
tion as an extra-curricular activ-
ity, it encourages girls to develop
lheir own ideas in design and
interior decorating and to carry
them out in their homes and in
tl eir schools.
"Crazy about books" is the
meaning of the word "biblio-
maniacf' Studying subjects per-
taining to the history and develop-
ment of books is the purpose of
this club with Miss White as com-
petent advisor. Old books, rare
books, autographed books, and
book plates are carefully examined
by thc members of this group.
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Mr. Claude Dahmer, Conductor,
Row One: Roh, Prolsdorfer
Stickney. Prolsdorfer, John-
ston, Schultz, Schaefer
Row Two: Molton, Martin,
Pierre, Brannon. Yohn
Wagner, Thomas, Baldwin
Burke. Miller. Thatcher
Row Three: Foley, Jones, Ash
Ward, James, Stewart. Dah-
mer. Andreades, Kayser,
Harris, Hand, Green, Word,
Walker, George. Haas
Row Four: Rhodes. P'ou, Kear-
ley. Williams. McMillan
Lockler. McKenzie. Sisson
Andrews. Bromley, Daniels
Sellers, Lewis, Green. Clem-
ents. Betbeze. Harris, Ful-
Standing: Faggert, Powell,
Meyers. Plewes. Jacobson
Pallard. Tattis, Andreades
Mintz. Koffier, Mackin, mal
Music is indeed like rain upon the desert,
especially if it's the right kind of music. Murphy's
orchestra, which is rapidly winning honors for its
symphonic accomplishments, has given many per-
formances uring the school year. Through the
efforts of 1 eir tireless director, they have learned
many of the works of great composers for the enter-
tainment of Murphy students, The purpose of this
organization, now composed of more students than
ever before, is to help the students to understand
and develop his musical ideas. Whether it features
the soothing melody of the violin, the more spirited
wood winds, or its novel tympani numbers, the
orchestra is always a welcome part of assemblies,
plays, and other programs.
Row One: Smith, Prolsdorfer,
Prolsdorfer, Bromley, Haig-
ler. Green, Plewes, McRae,
McMillan, Tania, Rains,
Fogg, Amos, Moulyet.
Row Two: Hand, Roh, Ach,
Clausen, Andrcades, Hansen,
Carr, Kayers, McGowan.
Wright. Thomas, Dullose,
Row Three: Johnston. Bald-
win, Hennen, Heath, Swin-
gle, Vacalis, Ewing, Green.
Gwen, Dahmer, McKenzie,
Row Four: Word. Lewis, Tat-
tis, Moore, Sellers, An-
dreades, Keeler, Vrachalus,
Sims. Schaefer, Alley, Lock-
ford, Swingle, Chambers
"Along the street there comes a blare of bugle,
the sound of drums"-Murphy's band is on parade!
A half-a-hundred marching feet, striking uniforms
of blue and gold, music that spurs the team on to
victory-this is Murphy's band. They play their
stirring music on parades, at the football games,
assemblies and at various and sundry occasions.
This year the Junior Band marched at a football
game for the first time. The band has represented
both faculty and pupils in expressing school spirit,
sportsmanship, and good will. With "Alexander's
Rag Time Band" they have kept our spirits high
during a losing football game. We thank them
for both courage and inspiration.
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Row One: Malkin. Roberts,
Finch, Carpenter, Pugh,
Murphree, Spikes, Frenkel,
Sims, Gill, Bowling, Shackle-
ford, Townsend, James,
Row Two: Seymour. Wood.
Thomley, Enger, Larson.
Williams, Springer. Martin.
Simon. Ray. Brazelton, Inge,
Row Three: Huff, 'I'allon,
Mashburn, Tucker, Oelvev.
Rainey, Swingle, Linvi'le,
Abercrombie, Seibert, Mc-
Dole, Callaway. Soles, Wil-
liams. Peters. Stevens.
Row Four: Fox, Bashford,
Knight, Richardson. Creel.
0'Rouke, Kroutter, Locke,
Eslava. Brunson, Taylor.
Prouty, Taylor, Ferrill,
If you've ever been near the Arts Building
second period, you've surely heard Mr. Stookey's
musical lads and lassies trilling their scales with
vim and vigor up in 242. Combined for one day
a week, these junior Lawrence Tibbetts and Kirsten
Flagstads blend their voices into a Glee Club which
is a credit to their capable director. On other
days, they divide into separate Girls' and Boys'
Glee Clubs. The girls learn different three-part
music, two soprano parts and an alto, while the
boys' music is divided into four parts, two tenors
and two basses. Any Sophomore, Junior, or Senior
may join the Club by trying out for Mr. Stookey
and obtaining his OK.
The Glee Clubs have been busy this year as
usual, gadding about the country, singing for their
suppers, "The Emperor's Clothes", Murphy first
full three-act operetta in several years, was beau-
tifully rendered by the combined Glee Clubs in
March. The latter part of that mon a large
delegation from the "singing society" 'ekked to
Tuscaloosa for the State Music Convention. Fea-
tured there were a girls' sextet and trio and a boys'
quartet, which earned high honors.
Mr. Stookey this year worked out the idea of
selecting a special group of the best singers to take
trips in this vicinity, presenting programs in various
towns. Concerts were given in several churches
here in town, also.
ham, Word, Richards.
Row One: 0'Gwynn, lludgens,
Gaines, Miller, Brown. Tur-
ner, Thompson, Myers,
Jones, McDonough, Cham-
Row Two: Holland, Mcflrory,
Moore, Cory. lirown, Ferrill,
, Clayton, Word. Skipper,
Row 'l'l:ree: l"urvis, liarlwour,
llaldwine, Hush. Smith,
Allen, Irby, Goubil, Lam:-
Scene from "The En1peror's Clothes"
Springer and Barbourg Bush and Richards
Townsend and Skipper
Skipper, Bush, Townsendg Townsend, Skipper
Cast of "The Emperor's Clothes'
BOYS' FIRST AID-
Time and time again headlines
announce to a waiting world that
some boy or girl has saved a life
by knowing what to do in those
moments after an accident while
waiting for the doctor to arrive.
Boys' First Aid teaches how to
prevent as well as meet such
Robin Hood and William Tell
receive stiff competition from Miss
Deas' Archery Club. Twenty-two
members of the bow-and-arrow
clan meet on Club Days to let
fly their shots at the bull's eye.
Cups are awarded to the boy and
girl scoring the highest points in
the spring tournament.
APPRECIATION OF LITERA-
Under the sponsorship of Mr.
Phillips, one of Murphy's interest-
ing clubs is the Appreciation of
Literature. Its purpose is to
arouse and promote an interest in
literature, During the meetings
short stories, dramas, and poetry
are read. Class discussions are
held in which all members can
Murphy makes plenty of noises,
many of which may be traced to
the Radio club-room in the
Medical Unit. By tinkering with
this condenser, that insulator, and
producing a series of squawks,
these students, many trying to
pass their amateur license tests,
keep the public address system
free from static.
Murphy's Hobby Club has as its
purpose the educating of its mem-
bers in the advantageous use of
their leisure time in developing
constructive, and enjoyable hob-
bies. The club is divided into
groups according to the different
hobby interests, one advised by
Miss Driver and the other by Mr-
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On Navy Day, the entire
student body of our Alma
Mater-the faculty toog we
must not omit the faculty-
witnessed a demonstration
by the crew of the Coast
Guard cutter Tampa of the
efficiency with which the
Navy handles difficult situa-
tions. . . The Lyle gun, used
to fire a weight over two
boards representing the mast
of a ship in distress, some-
what overshot its mark and
the weight finally landed far
back in the tennis courts.
But who cares? It's all in
the game. . . Cap'n Wheeler,
Mr. Clark, and Mrs. Hamil
watch proceedings. . . Mr.
Hatch looks on with a critical
eye. . . Are the guardians of
our seas snuffing us. . . The
mike claims our principal's
attention. . . "Attention" for
the "Star Spangled Banner"
. . . Now for the grand finale,
with a little black Scottish
terrier, the Tampa's mascot,
leading the way.
Participants in the Crown-
Tested Rayon contest ....
The winners, Margarite Al-
dredge and Eunice Smith re-
ceived prizes from Hammel
Dry Goods Company as well
as from the Crown-Tested
Rayon Company. . . Mavis
Larsen, Agnes Nowling, and
Ellen Hoeksema are ready
to trip the light fantastic. . .
Lazona Stevens and Eunice
Miller model housecoats. . .
Each section of the Home
Economics department con-
tributes its bit to the ap-art-
ment: Here are students
sewing and child-care apply-
ing their knowledge ....
Agnes Nowling and Ellen
Hoeksema harken to ante
bellum days. . . Grace Va-
calis serves an apartment
visitor. . . After the tea is
over. . . Entertaining parents
with an apartment party is
both amusing and education-
al . . . The amusing part is
shown in these pictures. . .
"Dixie Howell" McCarty
gets off a long one, sixty
yards as the pigskin flies. . .
No rest for the Weary. Grab
your headgears and pitch in,
boys, for we're playing
Lanier on Saturday ....
Frazier certainly is in a
hurry. Coach must be look-
ing. . . Manager Skeets gives
the boys a workout ....
There's "Countryboy" Fraz-
ier again taking his time be-
fore a scrimmage .... My,
doesn't Hancock look hap-
py? You can tell he's start-
ing tonight .... Mr. Dobbins,
Serda, and Robinson take
the train for Birmingham.
Watch out Phillips. . . Coach
Brimm and star tackle Flan-
agan are all smiles. Who's
the dame, Hancock? . . .
Look out, Monk. Wanna
lose the ball? . . . Some
bunch-eh, folks? HoW'd
you like to meet them in a
dark alley? . . .
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onesj should always be
careful Where they sit ....
Everyone enjoys an early
morning walk .... The
camera man gets smiles
sometimes .... Quite a com-
panionate trio, isn't it? Who
says four girls don't make
a "bull session?" . . . All of
us like candy .... We have
to rest occasionally, too ....
Students still have to carry
books .... The ice cream
business is on the upswing
again .... Are We so studi-
ous that our eyes must al-
ways be on our lessons? . . .
These demure young ladies
fare they so demure?J are
smiling at something ....
Maybe some subtle joke, or
could it be our friend with
the camera again? . . . After
all, the Wiles of women are
deep and dark.
Glenwood Webb and three
stooges are looking the
situation over. How about
it? . . . The stronger sex at
its best, studying .... Won-
der what the flagpole would
do without the boys' sup-
port? . . . There gentlemen-
Bruffy Bonneau, Bob and
Jack Boykin, and James
Bryant-certainly cast long
shadows .... Cunningham,
Patton, and Richards are
advocating the pause that
refreshes .... Watch the
birdie, boys, and smile, darn
you, smile! . . . Such a pity
everyone can't be strong like
Tarzan Dodd .... This way,
ggirlsg eight charming
,Romeos are looking right at
you .... Don't baby Richards,
he'll laugh anyway, Mitchell.
. . . Cram, Goree Johnson,
cram! That History test
next period is going to be
a stickler .... Quite an af-
fectionate bunch for a bull
Andrew and Peggy with
that good old Murphy spirit.
. . . Student body of Murphy
seen as the crow sees them
during the pep rally before
the Lanier game .... Mur-
phy's "Jitter Bugs" on dress
parade .... "Jesse Owens"
Serda getting ready to take
off. He had better take off
or an hour will be put on
after school .... June taking
time out from carrying the
tuba while practicing ma-
neuvers before a football
game. . . Same time, same
place, as the second picture
only second lunch period. . .
Murphy's sponsors looking
very beautiful the night of
the Wrights game. Could
they be two-timing the boys
on the field for stars of the
past .... Hite after he had
given all in the Biloxi game.
Hard-working members of
the Mohian staff take time
out for a frolic at Pritch-
arden on Fowl River ....
"Rock It For Me" wails the
nickelodeon, and Gewin
obligingly rocks in the
spotlight with Sweigart ....
Several enthusiasts go into
a huddle over a Chinese
checker board. . . "Come and
get it!" yells Chefs Pritch-
ard, Thomason, lVIcSween,
and Miller. . . Martha Raye
technique becomes popular
with Sanders and Pritchard.
. . . Badminton steals the
show. . . Wood, Brown, and
Heblon rest between acts. . .
Some moderate jitterbugs
take a curtain call. . . Time
out for the pause that re-
freshes .... "You should
have seen the one that got
away," laughs Johnson. . .
Bread Qand weinerb line,
with "Mother Pritchard"
and Slaughter on the giving
and receiving ends respec-
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NATURAL GAS IS THE
BECAUSE IT IS CLEANER, FASTER, CHEAPER,
AND MORE DEPENDABLE
Mobile Gas Service Corporation
162 St. Francis Street
SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
Hotels, Restaurants, Fountains
Institutions, Bars, Meat
Mobile Fixture and
Equipment Co., Inc.
10 N. Water St. Mobile, Ala.
We Serve Those Who Serve Others
The World's Best 5c
C A N D Y B A R
Mobile Cigar 8:
The Minge Floral
453 G overn ment Street
PRESCRIPTIONS - DRUGS
Toilet Articles - Magazines
Soda and Sandwiches, Candy,
Cigars and Cigarettes
FLOY V. MACON, Proprietor
Government at Ann
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QUALITY FEEDS THE ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
FOUNDATION OF OUR PROGRESS
Royal-Stafolife Mills Atlantic Queen
Manufacturers of .
S'rAE.O.uFE STOCK and Flour
POULTRY FEEDS , ,
and MILK-ELO DAIRY FEED Dlsfflbuted by
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Mobile and Baldwin County WHOLESALE GROCERS
Mills at MOBILE, ALA.
Memphis, Term. Meridian, Miss.
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National Funeral Directors Association
Alabama Funeral Directors Association
Alabama Embaimers Association
K A B E R S INSURED
Smart Shoes, Hosiery STORAGE
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THREE NEW THINGS FOR MOBILE ,
FIRST: A complete air conditioned jewelry and camera store most con-
veniently located at Conception and Dauphin Sts. with twin--faced clock in
SECOND: A thirty foot air conditioned projection and dark room, air con-
ditioned, to be used for demonstrating moving picture machines and enlargers,
something that few people understand howeasy and inexpensive it is to make
beautiful enlargements of their favorite snap shots.
THIRD: A twenty foot air conditioned lounge room with comfortable chairs
for our customers and friends. Make this your headquarters when you have
to meet someone. Just say, "Meet me at Cliff Harris'," and then come in
and rest in comfort while you are waiting. I a.ssure you we will not bore
you with trying to sell you something, however, if you are interested in any
merchandise, we have a tremendous amount of experience and background of
knowledge which we want you to feel is always at your disposal. Ask us any
questions regarding jewelry or cameras and we will do our best to intelli-
gently enlighten you or help you solve your problems.
When we opened our present business nine years ago, we elected to
follow the hard but more permanent way of building our business, by
rendering a service so good our customers would recommend us to their
friends. Following this and other sound business principles have built us
a reputation and clientele of inestimable value. Public confidence has made
it possible and necessary for us to continue expanding our store and facilities.
We feel satisfied customers are our best advertisement. Cliff Harris.
Authorized Dealers of
LONGINES, GRUEN, BULOVA, ELGIN
AND OTHER NATIONALLY KNOWN
STANDARD MADE WATCHES.
Authorized dealers of
MANY FINE MAKES OF CAMERAS,
ZEISS, LEICA, ARGUS, AGFA, KODAK,
BELL Q HOWELL, KEYSTONE,
UNIVEX and others.
A COMPLETE GREETING CARD
Our selection of diamond rings, mount-
ings, wedding rings and silverware is most
Accept this invitation to visit our store
and acquaint yourself with the unusual
facilities we offer.
Free Scales: Stop in any time and weigh
c A s H c R 1-: D I T
CLIFF HARRIS, JEWELRY at CAMERA Co. ..
Mobile's Only Certified Watchmaker
203 Dauphin St. Mobile, Ala. Dexter 140
ASK TO SEE THE WATCH CLIFF MADE FROM RAW MATERIAL
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It's the Good Old
and you need plenty
of nourishing food.
furnishes Fresh Liquid Milk that gives you energy, strong bone, and
mental vigor, so essential in the hot summer days.
"IT COST NO MORE"
Phone Dex. 2155 Phone Dex. 2156
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CHAS. W. TAYLOR, Mgr, LITHOGRAPHING co.lNc.
OUT OF THE WATER TO YOU
Complete line of Sea. Foods
453 FULTON ROAD
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Adam Glass Q C0 Electrik Maid Bake Shops, Inc.
South Alabama's Greatest
"Taste The Difference
Furniture Store 4 SHOPS
A Delicatessen Department at Each
QUALITY AT LOW COST Location
Terms to Suit You
Offices, Dauphin and Jackson
James J. Duffy Wm. Mastin Rosson
The Funeral Home of
of Duffy 8: Rosson
, . , . Incorporated
604 Government Street
Phone Belmont 2400
Mobile's Telegraph Florist W. B. Delchamps
Demeranville Printing C0mPaUY
9 N. Conception St.
PRINTERS AND BINDERS
62-64 St. Michael Street
Phone Dexter 317
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MARY ANNE BILLIE, Prop.
I DRUG C ANY, COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
4 Convenient Locations
1861 Old Government St. 155 Conti St.
GIFTS FOR GRADUATION Phone Bel. 9268 Phone Bel. 9603
130 North Ann St. 706 South Broad
Phone Bel. 9237 Phone Bel. 9402
Phone Dexter 1234
Fountain Pens Watches BREAD " CAKE 1 P155
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT
VANQS Peoples Bakery
610 Dauphin St.
LAUNDRY :Az CLEANERS 2: SHOE REPAIRS
BRANCH oFF1c1-:s ALL ovER MOBILE
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THOSS SPORTING GOODS CO.
76 DAUPHIN STREET
"COMPLETE OUTFITTERS OF THE PANTHERS"
ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT FOR ALL KINDS OF SPORTS
Over 52 Years in Business
BIRD 81 SON-ROOFINGS
ARMSTRONG FLOOR TILES,
9 and ll Water Street
S. B. QUIGLEY
of Pierce The Jeweler
Phillips Furniture Co. WATCHES, DIAMONDS,
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
RADIOS 6 St. Joseph Street
AND ELECTRIC RANGES
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THE WORLD DEMANDS COLLEGE TRAINED MEN
SPRING HILL COLLEGE
Founded 1830 Spring Hill, Alabama Chartered 1836
For Resident and Day Students-Conducted by the Jesuit Fathers. Over-
looking Mobile Bay and the City. Ideal climatic conditions in
A SENIOR CLASS "A" COLLEGE
Regionally and Nationally Accredited
FOUR-YEAR COURSES TWO-YEAR COURSES
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science Pre-Legal, Pre-Dental, Engineering,
Bachelor of Science in Commerce Pre-Medical
Saturday Courses on the Campus, and Night Classes in Mobile on Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday for men and women students
State Approved Department of Education
Six Weeks Summer Session Annually
MOBILE and QUINLAN I-IALLS FOR RESIDENT STUDENTS-ALL ROOMS WITH BATH
Literary, Dramatic and Debating Clubs--A Splendid Lake and a,
Sporty Golf Course-All Sports
THERE IS N0 suBs'r11'U'rE Fon A SAVINGS AccoU1iT'
IN A soon BANK
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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A MOBILE INSTITUTION SINCE 1865
When You Buy Your
Visit Our Store and See Our Complete Stock
'State and Municipal Bonds
COMPLIMENTS Inquiries Invited
Kin Mohr 8x Co.
Lamey's Feeds g'
Merchants' National Bank
HORSE - POULTRY Building
ADOG and HOG MOBILE, ALA.
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One of the SoutI1's Largest Engraving Plants
QUALITY ENGRAVERS OF
. .COMIVIENCEMENT INVITATIONS
. . VISITING CARDS
. . GRADUATION BOOKS
. . . MONOGRAMS
. . STATIONERY, SHEAFFER FOUNTAIN PENS
AND DESK SETS
HGWIN Means Quality"
H. P. Gwin Stationery Engraving Co.
8 South Conception Street-Mobile, Alabama
GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
when you buy from GWIN you know it's made in Mobile
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SUPERIOR GRADE A
Infant Milk A Specialty
1408 Dauphin St. Dexter 695
American National Bank and Trust
Company of Mobile
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Staples-Pake-Grillin, Ltd. Frank Stoll
INSURANCE - BONDING
Men's Furnisher and Hatter
100 N. Royal St. Mobile, Ala.
Phones: Dex. 2351-2-3 GRADUATION SUITS
Manager NO. DHUPIIID stfeet
KODAKS - ALBUMS - FRAMES
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