Murphy High School - Mohian Yearbook (Mobile, AL)

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-QQ'-f Enix-mf' ' i I I A 1 .i- ww u,-..'. ,. M 'N' g.'Q1f'X5QM1ELl5Ew ,51'fwFv A .,I I fx had fm THE MOHIAN 1941 'P MOHIAN BOARD NARVIE LU CUNNINGHAM, BUSINESS MANAGER RAYMOND HOAGLAND, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MR. JOE MONTGOMERY, SNAP-SHOTS MR. ROY R. WILKIE, SPONSOR ART AND REPRODUCTIONS BY GULF STATES ENGRAVING CO PRINTING AND BINDING BY HEITER-STARKE PRINTING CO SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHS BY HAMMEL'S STUDIO THE MOHIAN 1941 VOLUME XV PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF MURPHY HIGH SCHOOL MOBILE, ALABAMA DEDICATION TO MISS GLADYS IDELL BAXTER IN REC- OGNITION OF HER INTEREST IN MURPHY HIGH SCHOOL, OF HER UNASSUMING CO- OPERATION WITH THE MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS OF WHICH SHE IS SPON- SOR, AND OF HER OUTSTANDING POSI- TION AS TEACHER IN THE SCIENCE DE- PARTMENT, THE 1941 MOHIAN IS RE- SPECTFULLY DEDICATED. , 1 W"""'f"' ' fr 'F' r' I I ' ' E , mug pmm fusugu, 4 2 2 f . -W ,AM Munn.. 4 :- w I E l i FOREWORD ur ss me oufv or AN Annum. 'ro' PRBEN1' Al Armac- T!VELY AND CONCISELY Q48 POBQIBLI TH! IVENTU OF THE YEAR WHICH IT COVERS. THE HOPE THAT THEY NAV! PRIU iNTERESTING AND VALUABLE EDITOR! OF TH! 1911 MOHIAN F ann' va-wt ,ns KSIENTIALLY TO YH! 81'UDlNT BODY OF nummv men scnoon.. IF 'mn rows, 'mr some as A SUCCESS. , w-t.NMw..zLw-""' ZW 'Ll F in iw M All ll-Cl L "mmoNM. TH5 s-usmav NATIONAL sz Aozhuavznv , ,q , Q' 3' ' ' I TORS HDPE THAT THE """"' ' ' " " Pusesg wuu. sms some ar , . , ,g x . O V f 1 mx mn :mm -WW-Wwmww--im aa Ci ' Ah BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK CONTENTS I - INTRODUCTION II - ADMINISTRATION III - - CLASSES IV - ATHLETICS V - - ORGANIZATIONS VI - SCHOOL LIFE VII - - ADVERTISEMENTS The North Tower gr' A Campus Scene East Side of Auditorium A Campus Path Murphy's Faculty Helps Make "R" Day A Success OHZHZCLIZ 57:2 Registration fur Service: Faculty Mem ber Sidney Phillips is pictured regis tering: Faculty Members T. Martin, K Winston, L, L. Kerzic, and Tom Salv- yer on "R" Day. GENERAL dl Mr. Kevley J. Clark, A. B. Richmond College, M. A Harvard Universityg Principal of Murphy High School. 18 LIEUT. GENERAL Miss Mae Eanes, Assistant Principal of Murphy High School, and Chairman of Committee on Student Welfare. 19 MAJOR GENERALS Top: flicsftj Miss Effie Lou Brown, Registrar. CRightJ Miss Palricia Green, Rf,-cord Clerk. Bottom: fLc'ftJ Miss Mary L1-lia Gomlloc, Secretary QRightJ Miss Willie Mae Taylor, Clerk, 20 BRIG. GENERALS Top: CLE-ftj Miss E. Moffat, Librarian. fRightj Mrs. G. Dovilbiss, Ass't. Librarian. Bottom: 1LeftJ Mr. C. Ward, Director of Vocational Education. fCenterJ Miss Hattie- Gresham, Dietitian. iliightj Miss Hazel Driver, Dean of Girls. 21 COLONELS Sc-ated: fleft to right! Green, E.: Hahn: ,Muffutg Cole Driver: White: Shaw: Clark Jeffers: llruister: Morris Seite: Tait. Stanrlinyz: fleft to riyrhll Dom: las, W. T.: Murray: Har grove, S.: Winston: Rubira Dobbins: Jones, M.: Gilmore Jefferies: Lawler: Breland Vaughn, C. B.: VVard, C. Waters: Sawyer: Gay: Leil ter: Tate: Brimm: Perkins Bridgewater: Kerzic. Jim Castell--Mr. lluml: Mr. Winstmng Miss Klll,ll'2l Mrs. Ilul'1r1'uvo Miss Forney: Miss Withers V. Wm-rl: Mr. Ilzxhnwrf -Mr. Douirlas. Seated: Cleft to right? liaxter: Laurendine: Withers: For- ney: Michael: li r 11 11 s 0 n: Knurlson: H ai m i li Gatlinl Landers: Chancellor: Moore, A. R. Slanclingfz fleft to right? Greer: Massey: Olds: Doug- las. J. A.: Alexander: Jones, l'. L.: Hope: Sonnier, Mrs. L. 1.4 i - 22 Seats-dz llvft lu right? liar- gzrovu, J.: Forehand: Lining: Fulcher, M r S.: W00lley': Sclatvrz G i l l e nz Pistnle: Poole: Bright: Purifoyt COX. Standing: fleft to risrhtl Dah- mer: Stookoy: Fulcher, W. W.: Martin: Di-nnis: Staple- ton: Ve-nman: Marion: Hous- er: Phillips: Brown: Hand. COLONELS Seated: Cleft to rightj Smith A. L.: d'0rni-llas: Dovilbiss Crenshaw: Smith, Eleanor Green, Julia: Sprudlin: Mur- phy: Foote: liruish-r: Mar:- leml: Ric'h:u'rls. Stzinmlinuz floft to rigzhtl Grimes: Ross: Shaw: Will- cox: Sunnier: V:-ilulhan, J C.: Houston: Unzicker: Bol land: Hudgvns: Kennedy Endcrle: Durham : Andcrsun Princiiial Clark: Miss Gay--Mrs. Russ: Mrs. Foote and Daughter: Miss Jol'l'ei's7Mr. und Mrs. Sunnicr: Mrs. Hamil. 23 SCHOOL AT WORK J Social Science Miss Sallie Withers, Chairman Civics United States Government Early European History World History Modern European Economics History Social Problems American History Psychology Commercial Mr. Oscar Boland, Chairman Business Principles Commercial Geography Stenography Bookkeeping Typing Commercial Law Commercial Arithmetic Foreign Language Latin, Miss Jessie Gay, Chairman French, Mr. Ray Venman, Chairman Spanish, Miss Bertha Spradlin, Chairman German is also offered Mathematics Miss Anna M. Sclater, Chairman Algebra Solid Geometry Plane Geometry Plane Trigonometry Arithmetic Physical Education Mr. F. Lee Bridgewater, Chairman Boy's Gymn. Work Corrective Gymn. Work Girl's Gymn. Work Dance Elective Gymn. Work s English Miss M. Aline Bright, Chairman Language Composition American Literature Dramatics English Literature Remedial Reading Journalism Oral Reading Public Speaking Science Miss Hazel D. Driver, Chairman General Science Physics Biology Chemistry Consumer Science ,ai Home Economics Miss Annie L. Smith, Chairman Foods Child Care Clothing Homeplanning Household Management Cooperative Vocational Education Mr. Cecil M. Ward, Chairman Diversified Occupations Retail Selling Industrial Arts Mr. W. C. Sitz, Chairman Woodworking Auto Mechanics Metal Working Printing Machine Shop Commercial Art Mechanical Drawing Music Mr. L. L. Stookey, Chairman Glee Clubs Orchestra Band Instrumental Music Applied Piano Music Fine Arts Miss Clyde Kennedy, Chairman Freehand Drawing Applied Arts The Cafeteria Miss Hattie Gresham, Head Dietitian Mrs. Helen Mclntyre, Asslt Dietitian The Welfare Store Miss Eunice Brunson Manager of Welfare Store Hobby Clark-George Andreades Jack Gordayellavid Thompson Student Workers The Library Miss Elizabeth Moffat, Head Librarian Mrs. G. Devilbiss, Ass't. Librarian Miss Martha Gatlin-Miss Doris Landers Ass't. Librarians Oqufoflwzafzfli MEUT Sam Higgins Vice-President .COLONELS Charles Word Ann Lowenstein President Of S- C- Chairman of Advisory Council President .,.,,,,,,,,, Vice-President, Secretary ,,.,.,,,, Chairman .,,,,,, ,,,, V ice-Chairman ...., Clerk ...,,.....,,.... S. C. G. A. GOVERNING COUNCIL I DVTSORY Cf UNCH. Charles Word ..-Sam Higgins Jamie Crawford Arm Lowenstein ,.Cor1nie DCVHII ...Jeppie Adams 5 i s 30 Jamie Crawfoi d Secretary LIEUT. COLONELS Traffi C' ,,,,, Row One: lLeft to right? Shirley Roberts: Sam Kayser: Jamie Crawford: Ch:-is Delaney: Viva Carpenter: Janice McLean: Charles Word. Row Two: ills-ft to rightl N. Q. Adams: Peyton Tunstall: Jimmie Nelson: Edgar Kyle. Row Three: 4I.i-ft to righth Iiohhy Godwin: VV. L. Unzicker, Jr.: Hill lflarizigrziriz W. lj. Stzqfleioiig Hobby Arenilzill: Roy Button: Sum Iiigzgins. COlN1MlT'l'El-ES Chairman, Chris Delaaney Yard ..,,,, ,. .... ,. ,,,.., ..,. Chairman, Bobby Godwin Nomination and luieruoil Chairman, Betty Gensert l,OL'klQl ',,,,. ,..,, .,., , .Chairman, Sam lliggfina Parking' Space ,.,, ., .... Chairman, Donald Cooley Boys, Dressing' liooni ,, Girls' Dressing Lost and Foun Chairman, N. Q. Adams Chairman, Janice Mebean Chairman Shirley Roberts Room .... cl . ..... Honor., , ,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,...,, C hairman, Nick Holmes Civic VK'eli'z1rn 1.,., .. ...Chairman, Viva Carpenter Publicity ,,,.,, ,... Chairman, Roy Button Athletic., ,.... Chairman, Sam Kayser Advisory Council Mn-1-iiiiz: 31 Vaudy Glenwood Doby Jun. 10, 1923-Nov. 11, 1940 WHEN THE DEATH OF VAUDY GLENWOOD DOBY BECAME KNOWN TO MURPHY STUDENTS, THE SORROW OF THOSE WHO WERE FO RTUNATE ENOUGH TO HAVE BEEN HIS FRIENDS WAS GREAT. HE WAS ONE WHOSE ABILITY TO SMILE NEVER LEFT HIM, AND IT WAS THIS CHEERFUL- NESS AND THE SINCERITY BEHIND IT WHICH MADE HIS GOING THE MORE DIFFICULT TO ACCEPT. IN MEMORY OF HIM, THE 1941 MOHIAN DEDICATES THIS PAGE. 32 ,S W aw 12 Y 4' 1 I Q , n R Q s 1 x i if ZZWX' lgfigfwgaw :i?5Lg :z,Qg2zeigga5 L MAJORS 0FI"IC'ERS-June 1941 Narvic Lu Cllnninxxhani, Sevrotziry: Stone Sticknvy, I'l'L'SilIl'TlfQ Pat Du Bois, Vice- Prvsiduzitg liurhziru Cowan. Treasurer. OFFICERS-February 1941 Runelle Jones, Sec'y.3 Homer Darling, Vice-Pres.I Bernice Gunter, President: Violet Haley, Treasurer. OFFICERS--February 1942 Jack Chin. Vice-President: Mrs. Clark, Sponsor: Julian Gewin, President: Thomas Burden, Secretary: Norman O'Connor, Treasurer. 34 MAJORS OFI-'lCl41RSfJuno 1942 liob Doyle, Se-c-retaryg lid. ll:-iumhauer, l,I'0b'lflCULI Mrs. Murphy, S p U rn s 0 fl John Strauss. 'l'rm-:lsllrcrz Milton Hope, Vice-President. OIFFICEIQS- fl"elu'uury 1013 Julian Dusllcy. Vim-l'1'l-simluxfg Miss li. Grcun, Slmmvr: Churlvs Brown, 'President Kuthvrim- lVl:1yh:1ll. Sc-4-ruLzu'y: iCal. Roy Fzulflis, Trezlsuror. SPONSORS -- Mrs. f'rensh:uv, Juno 'll Sm:rsm': Miss lizlxtvr, June- V11 Smmsorg Miss Mivhael, Fc-ly. '11 Simnsur. 35 Ol l ILPRS Isl "V ll C 1'-Jrllury 1941 zu-lc Kilburn, I'rcsinlm-nt: Mrs. Mac-le-url, Smmnsor: Polly Wil- son. Vic-e-l'resi1l:nLI Nix-lc Lulu-s, SL-ctretzlryg Il R151 ll Clzuxsm-n, 'l'rousurn-r. HP wkf Aw, J-1 vf iz. L gf 11 4 ll xv un ue :rx Mlrnuu Moulmc cc l N lent Imus Arlm lrgsuent Miss lln mor qlllllll bponxor NIAJORS ., -. ,fl r-wg l H OFFICERS .lune-1944 Murxrarot Cook, TFt'2lSlll'L'TI Jean sl Holm, Se-crm-tary : Janivv Wood Vivv-Prl-sidunt: Mary Emily Acrve. Prcsirlenl. Row Row Row Row An Historic Event Mu1:phy's First Mid-Year Class Is Graduated fNames from left to riyzhtj 1: Gunter, li.: Shreve, R. M.: Marshall, O. M.: Ballard, C.: Myles, J.: Holliday, A.: Mznnde-ville L.: Holliday, G.: Redmon, M.: Bressinprham, IJ.: Daul, G.: liryant, J. 2: Jones, R.: Thomas, M.: Williams, M. N.: Cooper, V.: Mobley, M. L.: Reynolds, M.: Smith, R. Rush, O.: Carr, H.: Calloway. R.: Powell, M.: Jones, N. R. 3: Partridge, S.: Pruett, H.: Simison, W.: Gollotte, D.: Townsend. J.: Johnson, J. H.: Darling' H.: Carpenter, R.: Ethriclgv, J.: Willis, I.: Neprus, Ii.: Walsh, I: Heal, li.: Grube, E.: Halcy,V 4: Steber, J.: Baker, C.: Payne, J.: Muyhall, C'.: Campbell, E.: Harkins, W.: McVickers, N. Lewis, W.: Green, J. W.: Muruhy, P.: Saad, G.: Goubil, G.: White, V.: Chambers, li. Commencement Speakers: Mid-Year Dance: l"r0sc-ntation of Gift to Sponsor, Miss Michael. 37 LIEUTENANTS John Arthur Ethriclge-4'JaCk" Cafeteria Monitor 4, 'I"eacher's Assistant 4, Study 1-34. Gustave Goode Goubil, Jr.ft'Goo Goo" Novelty Club l-Z, Glue Club 1-3, Atierirluiire 'l'::ker l, li Band and Orrhesira 2-Il, Attenmlulivs- 1ll'l2l1l'IllJlll el. lim-ul Interest 4. Joseph Wilmer Greenf"Jayski" Student Council 3, Advisory Council 4, Modern Alvhemist 4, Intramural Sports 1--1. Ethel Grube- Stenography Club fl, More For Your Money Club 3. Bernice Gunter-"Bunny" President Mid-Year 1941 Class 4, Vice President Mid-Year 1941 Class 2-3, Drum Mzljorette 3--1, Novelty Club 1, Advisory Council 1, Yo 'l'z1ppa Kees 4, Tenchi-r's Ass't. 4. Violet Winifred Haley- Spanish Club 3-4, Novelty Club 1, Dressing Room Com- mittee 3-4, Teacher's Assistant 4, Trezisurer Mid-Year 1941 Class, Folklore Club 2. Alva Grace Holliday-t'Buttonsl' Locker Monitor 2, Tezieher's Assistant 4, Girl Reserves 2-4, Driver's Secretary 4. lad s Vida Hollida "Junior" G y y-h , , Locker Monitor 1, English Dept. Helper 2, See.-rlreas. D. O. Club 3, D. O. Club 3-4. William VValter Harkins7"Moe" Philatelic 1, Radio Club 2, Aviation Club 3. Mary Cornell Ballzirclf Bertha Yvonne Beal- Know Alabama Club 4. Dorothy Ruth Bressingham-"Pinny" Novelty Club I, Folklore Club 2, Dressing Room Com- mittee 3-4, Advisory Council Representative 4, Know Ala- bama Club 4. Carolyn Jackie Bryant4"Tid Bit" Novelty Club 1, Folklore Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Govern- ing Council Zi-4. Yo 'Fappa Kees 4, 'l'eaeher's Secretary 4, Chairman of Girls' Dressing Room Committee 2-4, Nom. and Elect. Com. 4. Robert W. Callaway- Viee Presimlenl Enuinw,-ring' Club 3, President Math Club 4. Ernest Levay Campbell-"Mutt" Library Assistant 2, Locker Monitor 4, Travel Club 4. Boardman Rivers Chambers-"Boardie" See, Reporter l, Advisory Council 2-3, Hobby Club 2-3, President Mid-Year 1941 Class 3, Intramural Sports 1-3, Cafeteria I-Il. Verona Artemeze Cooner4"R0nic" Sewing Club 1, Study 13, Study 4. Homer Buel Darling- Hobby Club 1, Radio Club fl, Radio Club 4, Vice- President Mid-Year 1941 Class -l. Gilda May Daul-"Mickey" Girl Resvrvcs 1, Dressing Room Monitor 3, Chairman ldnelish Department 3, Treasurer Mill-Year 1941 Class 3, 'l'1-affie Monitor 4, Spanish Club 3-4, Emergency Room 3, Cutting! Club 2. John Howard Johnson- Basketball Manager 2, Baseball Manager 2, Radio Club 2-4, Advisory Council 1. Nina Ruth Jones-'tJoe,' Freshman Chorus 1, Home Economics Club 2, Yo Tap'pi Kees 4, Teacher's Assistant 4. Runelle Jones-t'Runk1e" School Bookkeeper 4, Sec. of Mohian 4, Locker Office 4, Emergency Room 3, Sec. Mid-Year 1941 Class 4, Yo Talrpa Kees 4, Driver's Assistant 4. Home Economics C'lub 2. Neal Edward McVickers-HMack" Business Club 4, Study Club 3. Louise McGehee Mandeville-"Leesy' Yo Tappa Kees 4, 'l'eacher's Assistant 4, Intramural Sports 3-4, Biology Club 2. Ola Mae Marshall- Girl Reserves 1-2. Mary Louise Mobleya Teacher's Assistant 1-4, Home Economics Club 3-4. Jean Myles-"Toodles,' Red Cross 2, Garden Club 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Local In- terest 4, Advisory Council 4, Library Assistant 4. Beverly Claire Negus-"Bama" Free-Hand Drawing Club 2, Four Arts Club 3, Know Alabama Club 4. JUNE 1941 Gertrude Shirley Partridg1eft'Blondie" Locker Office 1-3, Sec. Mid-Year 1941 Class 3, School Bookkeeper 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, First Aid Club 1, Intra- mural Srrorts 3. Louie Mardelle Powell-'KJello" Orchestra 2-4, Music Club 3-4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teach- er's Assistant 4. Herman Lesley Pruett-"Tootie" li liand 1, A liand 1, Section Reporter 1. Mary Margaret Redm0nf4'City" Obie Rush-"Tapper" Hobby Club 2, Isaac Walton 3, Travel C'lub 4. George Elias Saad-"Zog" Traffic Monitor 2, Locker Monitor 1, First Aid Club 4, Football 4, Intramural Sports' 2, Section Reporter 4. Marie Thomas- Vice President Biology Club 4. lsabel Margaret Walsh-i'Issie" Locker Office 1-4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teachers' Secretary 3-4. James Virgil White-'tWhizzer" Athletic Committee 1, Library Assistant 1-4, Locker Of- fice 3. Mary Nell Williams- LIEUTENANTS George Jim Andreades- Welfare Store 4, Intramural Sports 1-4, Sr. Band 1-4, Sr. Players 3-4, Music Club 1-3, Sr. Orchestra 2-4. Martha Virginia Andrews-4'Shina" Girl Reserves 1, Election Com. 4. Emcrl-!PI1Cy Room Monitor 2, Teacher's Assistant 2. Elma Idonia Antoine-"Donnie" Letter Club 1-3, Sec. of Letter Club 2, Sec. Rep, 2. Angela Arata-A'Angie" . Music Club 3, Outing: Club 2, Teachr.-r's Assistant 2, Monitor 3. Agnes Lucile Armistead-"Lukey Rabbet" Fresh. Chorus 1, Letter Club 2, Consumers' Education 3-4, Elect. Com. 4, Teacher's Assistant 4. Gloria Frances Arras-"Annie" Philatelic Club 1-3, Accounting' 4. lland 3-4. Cora Lucile Babcock-"My Ccil" Locker Office 2-4. Girl Reserves' 1-3, Cap't. Champion Basketball Team 2. Nancy Catherine Babcock-"Kay" Girl Reserves 1-3, Yu Tappa Kees 4. Erma Gay Bailey- Fresh. Chorus 1, Latin Club 2, Public Speaking Cluh 4. Richard Taylor Abbot- Cafe 1-4, Four Arts' 2-4, Usher 4, lli Times 3 Seqtign Chairman 1. ' Evelyn Abrams- Local Interest Club. Clifford Wilbur Adams- Hobby Club 1, Homccraftc-rs 3, Travel 4, Mary Anita Adams-"Nita" Fresh. Chorus 1, Costume and Construction 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Oneida Pauline Agerton-"Neida" See. ol' Dance Club 3. Helen Virginia Allen-"Pud" Sffijce 3-4, Treas. of Shan. Club 3-4, Sec. Rep. 1, Letter ' u 1, Archery Club 2. Jesse James Allen, Jr.-"Aunt Della" Pres. liiol. Club 1, Cheer Leader 3-4, Pleasure Reading 2, "M" Club 4, Sec. Rep. 1, Glee Club 1-4. Meriem Dortch Allison- Girl Reserves 1-2, Stenogzranhy 3. Jean Thompson Alvarez- Fresh. Adv. Council Rep. 1, Euuitation Club 2-3, Spanish Club 4. ' s Mae Bancroft-"Banny" Locker Monitor 3-4, Astronomy 3-4, Office 3. Calvin T. Banks- Sec. Adv. Council 1, Office Assistant' 4. Robert Holcombe Bassett-"Sandy" Intramural Sports, Latin Club 1. Emily Frances Bell- Four Arts l-4. Joe Alonzo Bell-HJ. A. B." Coin Club 1, 11.0. Club 33, Know Ala. Club 4. J. D. Bemis-"Bugs" Hobby Club 2, Biology Club 3, Teacher's Assistant 2. Marian Madelon Berger-"Madge" Locker Monitor 1, Sec. Hi Times Reporter 2-3, Panthrr Club 4. Claude Anthony Betbeze-'tTony" Fresh. Chorus 1, Travel Club. Dorothy Lois Bethany-"Lolliel' Sec. of Scribbler's Club 2, English A Randalette Art Society 4. ssistant 3, Fan JUNE 1941 Rhea B. Bethea- Adv. Council, Letter Club 1. Vesta Joyce Bevedisk-"Sis" Emergency Room Monitor 3. Frances Elizabeth Bishop- Latin Club 1-2, Sec. Chairman 4, American Y. Forum 4. Dorothea Borras Bitzer-"Dot" Study Hall Assistant 3-4, Sec. Chairman 1, V. Pres. Letter Club 3-4, Letter Club 1-4. Howard Marvin Blackman-"Shorty" Hobby Club 1-2, Intramural Sports 3, Aviation Club 4. Elma Yseal Blackwell- Honor Roll 2-3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Girl Reserves 1. Octavia Luverne Blackwell-"Tavia" Hobby Club 2, Letter Club 1, Locker Monitor 1, Teacher's Assistant 4. Alvin Wilton Blount- Locker Monitor 1, Traffic Monitor 1, Emergency Room 2, Homecrafters Club 3, Teachers' Assistant 4. Robert Fry Blount-"Bouncer" gincllcer lvlonitor 3, Treas. of Reading Aloud for Pleasure u 3- . r LIEUTENANTS Betty Jane Bowling- Adv. Coun. Rep. 1, Glee Club 2-4, Players 3-4, Emergency Room Monitor 4. Betty Jean Bowman-"B. J." Adv. Coun. Rely. 1, Four Arts Club l-4. Beverly Louise Boyes-"Bev" Four Arts 1-4. Catherine Elizabeth Boykin-"Betty" Equitation Club. James Elmo Boykin- Accounting Club 3. Helen Brady- Letter 2, Locker Committee 2-3, American Youth Forum. Mary Marie Brantley-"Been Girl Reserves 1. Laura Lillian Brasell- Yo Tappa Kees 4, Fresh. Chorus 1. Mae Brazelton-"Rusty" Golf Club 1, Fresh. Chorus 1, Glee Club 2-4, Letter Club, V. Pres. Archery Club 4. Olene Boling- Girl Reserves 1-4, Panther Club 4. Vermelle Boling- Girl Reserves 1-4, Tear'h0r's Assistant 1. Walter William Bolton- Know Alabama Club 4, Coin Club 1-2, Sneakers' Bureau 3, Alternate Adv. Coun. 3-4. Nora May Bon-"Nornie May" Golf Club 1, Fri sh. Chorus 1, Glen- Club 2-fl, Latin Club 2 Travel Club 3, Psychology 4. Virginia Ely Booker-"Jenny" Traffic Monitor l, Eng. Helper 3, Teacher's Assistant 3-4, Fresh. Chorus 1, Garden Club 4. Milton Oliver Booth-"Millie" Locker Monitor 1-2, Window Monitor 1-2, Stamp Cflub 1, Pleasure Reading: 2, Know Alabama Club 4. Leonard Cooper Bostwick-"De Saint" Fresh. Chorus 1, Locker Monitor 2, Appreciation of Movie- and Radio 2, Mathematics Club 3, Radio and Electric Club 4. Hunter Hudson Boulo-"Rollo" Hobby Club 1, Golf Club 4, Football 1-2, Robert Boutwell- Band 1-2, D. 0. Club 3-4. Horace Greeley Breland-"Crip" Traffic Monitor 3, Projection Club 4, Reading Alou Club 2. Robert Martin Brennan-"Bobby" Emergency Room Monitor Cl, Safety Club 2, Aviatio Club 3, Isaac Walton 4. Gloria Leegine Bridgewater-HBridgie" Adv. Coun. Rep. 1-2, State Contest Play, Stayzv Crew 3-4 Wallace Reeves Bright-"Wally" Intramural Sports 1, Track 3-4. Helen Marie Britt-"Pesty" rl n Letter 1-2, Four Arts il-4. Spanish Club 4, Glen- Club 2-fi, Office Assistant Ci-4. Mildred Loraine BroadusY"Lorri,' See. Chairman 1-2, D. O. Club 3-4, Traffic Monitor 4 Teache-r's Assistant 1. Fresh. Chorus 1, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2, Edward Devereaux Drown-"Brownie" Coin Club 1, Honor Com. 2-4, Archery Club 1, Civic Welfare Com. 4, Adv. Coun. Rep. 4, Eng. Assistant 4. Four Arts' Club 3-4. John Conway Brown-"Speedy" Travel Club 4. William Marshall Brown, Jr.- Monitor 2-4, Fresh. Chorus 1, Aviation Club 3, Intra- mural Sports 1-ll, Cafe 1-4. ...:' f' M., , as :fi .. 43 JUNE 1941 Gloria Joyce Bullen- Appreciation of Radio and Movie 1. Harry George Buntyn- Intramural Sports 1-4, A Band 3-4, Music Club 2, Architectural Club 25. Harvey Lawrence Burroughs-"Buck" Model Airplane Club 1, Radio nd Electric Club, Engineer- IHII Club Ci, l"res. of Enxrineerimx Club 4. Samuel Hugh Busby-"Sam" Public Speaking' Club 3-4. Joseph Horace Busch-"Joe" John Thomas Bush-"Jay" Glee Club 2-4, Novelty Club 2. Adv. Council Rep. 3. Players 3. Four Arts Club. Lucille Naomi Butler-"VVinnie" Fresh. Chorus 1, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Office Assistant 4 Jane Caffey- More For our Money Club IL. Office Assistant 3. 'I'eacher's Assistant 3-4, Mohian lius. Staff 4. Ilres. More For Your Money Club 4. Lucia Calascione-t'Babe Sis" Consumers' Education 2. Costume Construction 3. LIEUTENANTS Dorothy Gertrude Carstens-"Dottie Edward Emmit Carstens- Golf Club, Wood Craft, Radio Club. Margaret Cartledge-"Cartie" Fresh. Chorus 1, Sec. ot' Appreciation of Radio and Movie 2, Pres. of Appreciation of Radio and Movie 3. Panther Club 3-4, Sec. Rep. 1. Matilda Mary Carwie-"Tillie" Yo Tappa Kees 4, Girl Reserves 2, Study Hall Monitor 4. Vernon Hale Cassidey4"Hopalong" Dress. Room Mon. 1, Fresh. Chorus 1, Cafe 2-4, Reading: Club 2, Homecrafters' Club 3, Travel Club 4, Attendance Monitor 3. Vivian Marie Causey- Letter 1, Consumers' Education Club 2, More For Your Money Club 3, Yo Tar-'pa Kees 4. Helen Chandler-"Angel" Traffic Monitor 1, Letter Club 2, Sketch Club 4, Fine Arts Club 2. ' Priscilla Maud Chapman4"Polly" Teacherls Assistant 3, Traffic Monitor 4, Eng. Assistant 3. Eddie Lee Church-4'Maisie" Emergency Room Monitor, Garden Club, D. O. Club. ! Y X l Elsie Elizabeth Calloway-"Betty" Adv. Coun. Rep. 2-3, Novelty Club 1, Equitation 2-3, Latin Club 4, Glee Club 2-4. Nom. and Elect. Com. 4. Laura Bell Campbell-"Lollie Bell" Fresh. Chorus 1, D. 0. Club 3-4. Mary Elizabeth Campbell-'4Liz" Biology Club 2. Zerilda Collins Capps-4'Cinderella" Girl Reserves, Appreciation of Radio and Movies, Carolyn Carpenter- Charles Carpenter- Aviation Club 2, Intramural Sports 3. Study Hall Monitor 3. James Clifford Carpenter-t'Shorty" Adv. Coun. Rep. 1-2, Outer Club 4. Thelma Aheniom Carpenter- Locker Monitor 1-2, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teacher's Assistant 4. Viva Mildred Carpenter--"Myllie" Letter Club 1, Players 2-4, Glee Club 2-4, Emerzency Room Monitor 3, National Honor Society 3-4, Student Coun. Rep. 4. Harry D. Clausen- ll Band 1, A liand Z-35,3 llobby Club 2, Know Alabama Club 4. Susie Clay-USue,' Glee Club 3-1, American Youth Forum 4. Percy Clinton Clementsh"Clint" Intramural Sports 1-2, Key Monitor 1-4, Locker Monitor 2, Teac'her's Assistant Ci, V. Pres. Archery Club fl, l"re..'. Archery Club 3. Meredith lone Coffer-"Melt" See. Basketball Champions 2. Margie Lou Colville-"Marge" Girl Reserves. Sf-rilwbler's Club, Business C11 George Owen Cooke-"Cookie" V. Pres. of' Stamp Club, Treas. Coin Club. Lem Rouselle Cortright- Charleen Pearl Cosminsky-"Charlie" Novelty Club 1. Girl Reserves 2-4. Dorothy Phyllis Costa-"Dottie" Letter Club 1, Amwrel-lation of Movie aull Chorus' 1, Girl Reserves 4. 'o, Fresh GNC' H NJA. JU NE 194 ' George Gordon Countryman-"Spot" tblll IS htm z D o Club 2 1 Safety Club 1, Foo z ' 1: ', Ida Joan Cousins+"Jo" See. lieu. 3, Jr, Speakers 3, Local Interest Club 4. William Bryon Covey- Travel Club 1, lioy's Dressing Room Com. 3, Library Assistant 1-2, Traffic Com. 2, Raslio Club 3-4. Barbara Walton Cowan- Class Treasurer 1-2, Class Treasurer 4. Honor Cum. 3, Clerk Adv. Couneil 3, More For Your Money Club fSec.P 3. Mohian Staff 4, Cafeteria 4. Marg'aret Eleanor CoWsert-- liand 3-4, Orchestra 3-4, Yo Tanpa Kees 4. Elsie Jean Cowsert- A liancl fl-4, A Ori-hestra I4-4, Music Tappa Kees 4, School Aurlitur 4. Roxie Agnes Cox-t'Coxie" Letter Club l-2, D. O. Club 3-4, W, J. Cox, Jr.-'tFuzzy" Four Arts Club 1-fl, Murphy Hi Y fl. Leila Roselle Crabtree-"Rose" Yo 'Fauna Kees 4. Club 3, V. Pres. Yo LIEUTENANTS William Edward Danis-"Artie" F'our Arts Club 1-4, Hi Times 1-4, Band 1-3, lhithfind r Com. Gillette Yvonne Daughertyf"Pol" Girl Reserves 1-3, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2, Teacher's Assistant 2. Bill Davis- Jr. Players 1, Jr. Players 2, Aviation Club 3, Sr. Players 4. James David Davis-HJ. D." First Aid Club 2, Hi Times 3, Radio Club 4. William Philip Davis-"Flip" American Youth Forum 4, Robert Edwin Dearmond-"Crip" Intramural Sports 2-4, Cafe 3-4, Monitor 2-4. William S. Dees-"Bill" Hobby Club 1, Architect Club 33, Astronomy Club 4. Rosemary Delokery-"Conny" Teacher's Assistant 1, Parliamentary Club 3, Yo Tanpa Kees 4. Emmett Leon De Mouy- Appreciation of Movie and Radio 1, Jr. Hand 1, Si Band 2-3, Aviation Club 2, V. Pres. Biol. Museum Club 4. Uail Samuel Crabtree-"June" Yard Monitor 1, Aviation Club 3, Pres. of Yo Tappa Kees 4. Helen Pride Craig- Eng. Assistant 3, Emergency Room Monitor 4, More For Your Money Club 3-4. Edward Bernard Crane-"Bunny" Cafe 1-4, Radio Club 3, Astronomy 4. Frank Crane- Travel Club 1, Drsesing Room Monilor 2, Isaac Walton Club 3, Astronomy Club 4. Jamie Crawford- Chaiiman of Lost and Found 3, Sec. of Governing Council 4, Mohian Staff 4, National Honor Society 3-4. Iris Rose Creel-"Tut" Give Club 1, Letter Club 2, Girl Reserves 3. Narvie Lucille Cunningham- Lvtter Club 2, Pres. More For Your Money Club 3, Mohian Club 4, Honor Com. 4, lius. Mgr. Mohian 4, Adv. Council Ron. 1, Sec. of Sooh. Class, V. Pres. Junior Class, Seo. Senior Class 4. June Marie Curtis-t'Red" Hobby Club 1, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teachr-r's Assistant 4. Cecelia Daniel-t'Cissie" Mm fm Richard De Neefe-"Dickie" Music Club 2-3, Psychologzy 4. Daniel Asa Dennis-"Dann Safety Club 1. Zora Helen Dennis- Adv. Council Rep. l, Locker Monitor 1 81 4, Ural Reading Club 1, Mohian Siaff 4, Ttacher's Assistant 1-4. Mary Emmer Denton-"Fannie" Hobby Club 2. Helen Louise Depuy-"Pokey" Local Interest Club 4. Ella Ruth De Vine- Letter Club 1, Girl Reserves 2, Panther Club 3-4. Aubrey Floyd Diehl- Hobby Club 1-2, Coin Club 4. James Richard Diehnelt-"Dick" Readinfz for Pleasure 2, Isaac VValton 3, Architectural Drawing Club 4, Monitor 1. Jane Margaret D'0livc- Letter Club 1, Philatelic Club 3, YQY Tappa Kees 4, Locker Insnceior 2, TL-acher's Assistant 1-4, Intramural Sports 1-2, Hi Times Staff 3. Guide 2. 1 f 242' , x K. , .ww V K, , - , ' 0 s .JUNE1941 ! Clyde Ray Dortch- Della De Lois Dossett-"Stella" Girl Reserves 1, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 1-2, Scribblex-'s 3, Traffic Monitor 1. William Yancey Downing-"Bill" Model Airplane Club 1, Reading Club 2-3, Chemistry Club 4, Intramural Sports. Rosemary Anniese Doyle-"Bud" Yu Tappa Kees 4, Section Reporter 2-4, School Book- keeper 4. Margaret May Driggers-"Skeeter" Letter Club 4, Teachers' Assistant 3, Emergency Room Monitor 4. Ellen Paterson Du Bois-"Pat" Parliamentary Law 3. Cafe 2-4, Treas. Yo Tappa Kees 4, Hi Times Staff 3-4, V, Pres. Senior Class 4. Gloria Ouida Dubus- Know Alabama Club 4. Helen Faith Duncan-"Fay" Letter Club 1, Girl Reserves 2-3. Yo Tappa Kees 4. Harriet March Durant- Letter Club 1, Folklore Club 2, More For our Money Club 3-4, Library Assistant 1 LIEUTENANTS Herbert Leon Everett- Albion Henry Ewton-'tBucldy" Apprvreiation of Movie- anal Radio, 'l'ravcl, Isaac Walton. Fred Long Falls- . , Ili-ading Club 2, Enyrinourimr 3, Sec.-Treas. Engineering Club 4. Edgar Foster Felps-t'Fedgar Elms" Hobby Club 2, A Drawing Club 3, Know Alabama Club 4. Georgine Alma Field-"Georgie" Philatelic Club 3-4. Marjorie Fields! Madelyn Mable Finch-"Lena" Novelty Club 1, Girls Rc-serve 21, Yo 'Famra K1-cs 4, Tcacbur's Assistant 3, Glee Club 4, Traffic Monitor 2. Mary Anne Finch+'tShorty" Locker Office 3-4, Emergency Room Monitor 2-3, Office Assfistant 2, Know Alabama Club 4, Musiv Club 3. '1'eavher's Secretary 4 dz 2, Novelty Club 1. I10Ck0f Monitor 54. Geraldine Findley-"Jerry" Letter Club 1, Hobby Club 2, D. O. Club 3-4. Robert Earl Dyes:14"Bob" Safety First Club 1, ltluuitation Club 2, Automobile Club 3. Laura Inez Dykes-A Girl Roswrvvs 1, lianfl 1-2. Sec. of Stenographic Club, Yo Tappa Kc-os 4, 'llrzim-he.sl Assistant 2-4. Mary Louise Eastburnv- Lotta-r Club 1-2, 'l'r:1vcl Club Ci-4, 'Icachefs Assistant 2. Tillis Pat Easterling- Cafe 1-4, 'l'ral'fiv Mrznilor 3, Aviation Club 2, Fresh. Chorus 1. Earl T, Ehrnan- Stamlr 1, Sports Club 2, Arthlteclurzxl Club 4. Aniy Virginia Ellis-UShorty,' A llanil C5-4, Gln-e Club 4, Musiv Club 3, Garden Club 4, Novelty Club 2. Caroline Purvis Ellisf Letter Club 1, Uffico Assistant 1, Arlv, Rep. 1, Stuily Hall Assivtant 2, Philatelic: 2, l'Iquit:ition 2-4. Betty Ennett- I.L-ttur Club 1-2, Soc. lion. 3, Yo 'Palma Kees 4. Clark N. Estes- Movies and Radio 1-2, Library Assistant 2, D. O. Club 3-4. f ..v-fffix Mildred Marie Fitch-"Midge" Letter Club 4. James Clark Fitzgerald-"Jimmie" Hobby Club 1-2, Drum Major 2-3, D. 0. Club 3-4, Fine Arts. Ruth Elaine Flanagan-"Tot" Girl Reserves 2, Biology Club 3,3 Emergency Room Monitor 3, Teacherls Assistant 2-3. Nell Rhee Fleming-t'VVhit" Teacher's Assistant 2-4, Sec. of Astronomy Club 3. Marion Herbert Floyd-"Jake" Appreciation of Movie and Radio 1, Aviation Club 2. Locker Monitor 2, Biol. Club 3, Yard Monitor 4, Cheer- leader 4, Library Asefistant 2, Projection Club 4. Jonathan Bullock Flynn- Walter Dudley Ford- Dressing Room Monitor 1-2, American Youth Forum 3-4. William Malvin Fore, Jr.-"Bill" Band 1-4, Coin Club l, Biol. Club 2, Oral Reading 3, Architectural Club 4. Clayton Foscue-"Pug" V Murphy Hi Times 3-4, Pres. Radio Club 4, First Aid Club 2. 5 1 JUNE 1941 James Franklin Freeman-'tJimmie" Locker Monitor 2, Archery Club 4, Stamp Club 2. Betty Louise Frenkel-"Skipper" Letter Club 1, Glee Club 2, Adv. Council Rep. Scrib- blcrs Club 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Locker Monitor 3. Robert Bernard Frese-"Bobby" Philatelic Club 1-3, Adv. Council Rep. 3, Monitor 3, Study Hall Assistant 4, Study Club 4. Harriet Audry Fuller-t'Chuckles" Astronomy Club 1, Latin Club 2, 'I'cacher's Assistant 3. Martha Nell Fultz-"Foozy" V. Pres. Spanish Club 4. Frederick' Lawrence Gaines- Governing: Council 1-2. Adv. Council Relr. 3-4, Glee Club 1-2, Usher Club 4, Players 3-4. William Joseph Gale- Freshman Cl2llll".lS 1, Debating Club 35-4. Sarah Louise Garrett- Rosabell Gaston-"Sis" Letter Club 1-2, Biol. Club 3-4, Teachefs Assistant 3-4 LIEUTENANTS Robert Luter Godwin, Jr.-"Yahude" Governing Council 2-4, Glee Club 1-4, Players 3-4, Locker Committee 3, Traffic Committee 4. James Gordon Goodman, Jr.-"Benny" B Band 2, A Band 3. Dorothy Mae Grebe-"Dot" Travel Club 3, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2, Teacher's Assistant 2. Mary Ruth Grebe- Letter Club 1, Jr. Spanish 2, Local Interest Club 3, 'I'eacher's Assistant 3-4. Bynum Edward Green, Jr.-"Einstein" Four Arts 2-4, Hi Times Editor 3-4, Quilll and Scroll 4. American Youth Forum 1, Scribblers' Club 3, National Honor Society 4. Jack D. Green-"Sliphorn" A Band 2-3, Pres. Music Club 3, Intramural Sporls 1-3. Eunice Amelia Greene-"Boe" Locker Monitor 2-4. Helen Lee Greer- Girl Reserves 1, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2, Girl Reserves 4. Albert Frederick Gre ke-"Buster" P Locker Monitor 1, Office Assistant 2, Emergency Room Monitor 2, Philatelic Club 1-3, Architectural Club 4. Elizabeth Eleanor Gensert-"Betty" Four Arts 2-4, Adv. Council Rep. 3, Student Council 4, Chairman of Nominations and Elections Committee 4, Oratorieal Contest 3. Mary Elizabeth George-"Meg" Orchestra 1-4, Adv. Council Rep. 2 KL 4, Treas. Consumers' Education Club 4, Costume Construction Club 3, Girl Reserves 1. Jimmy Guy Gilbert-"Humphrey" Public Speaking: Club 3, Sec. of Know Alabama Club 4. Louise Gill- Lettcr Club l, Adv. Council Rep. 1, More For Your Money Club 3, Emergency Room Monitor 4, V. Pres. More For Your Money Club 4, Freshman Chorus 1, Glee Club. Samuel B. Gilreath-'tSammy" Travel Club 2, Adv. Council Rep. 3, Astronomy Club 4. Joseph Angelo Giuli- Archcry Club 1-4, Philatelic Club fPres.J 2, Aviation Club 3. Clinton B. Given-"C, G." Novelty Club 1, A Band 2-4, A Orchestra 3-4, Pres. Music Club 4. Margaret Louise Glass-"Blondie" Hobby Club 1, Spanish Club 2, Biology Club 3. Margaret Roberta Glass- Letter Club 1-2, Parliamentary Law 1-3, Psychology Club 4, Teachc-r's Assistant 1. Ethel Mae Griffin- Euby O'Neal Grimes- Appreciation of Movie and Radio 3, Locker Monitor 3, Traffic Monitor 3, Radio Club 4. Raymond Anderson Groom-"Ray" Fresh. Chorus 1, Pleasure Reading 2, Aviation 3, Local Interest 4, Intramural Sports 2-3. Robert Joseph Grube-"Bobby" Hobby Club 2, Travel Club 3-4. Ann Mary Gunthorpe- Girl Reserves 1. V. Pres. Spanish Club 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Hi Times Staff 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Teacher's Assistant 3. Edith Annice Gurwitch- Hi Times Staff 3, Letter Club 1, More For Your Money Club 3, Yo Tappa Kees' 4. Betsy Hamm-"Skippy" More For Your Money Club 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Section Reporter 3-4. Ray Ed Hancock-"The Gipper" Intramural Sports 1-3, Pres. of Aviation Club, Pres. of Outing Club, Section Representative, "M" Club. William Brevard Hand-"Bardy" Players 2-4, Mohian Staff 4, Fresh. Chorus 1, Adv. CouncilRep. 1, Ushers 3-4, Band 1-3. JUNE 1941 William Reed Hanlcin-4'Goat" Adv. Council Rep. 1, Hobby Club 1-2, Locker Monitor 1-2, American Youth Forum 3, Modern Alchemist 4. Isabella Florida Hannen- Marie Alice Hansen- Band 1-3, Archery 2, Girls' Tennis Champion 1 K: 3, See, Chairman 3, Stagrc Craft 4, Mohian Staff 4. Minnie Lee Mountain Hanson- Girl Reserves 1-4. Mary Katherine Harford-"Kat" Letter Club 1, American Youth Forum 3 Sz 4, Emergency Room Monitor 3 8x 4, Office Assistant 2-3, Study Hall Assistant 4, Locker Monitor 1. Sarah Frances Harrell- Coin Club 2, D. 0. Club 3-4. Hazel Mavil Harris-"Hay-Hay" Fresh. Chorus 1, Appreciation of Movie Girl Reserves 3. Katherine Rhodes Harrison-"Kittsy" Parliamentary Law 4. June Hart- and Radio 2 LIEUTENANTS Mary Louise Hofheins-"Squiese" Letter Club 1-2, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, 'Feat-her's Avsistant 4, School Bookkeeper 4. F. Harold Hofheins-HA 'ie" gg Sec. Representative 2, See. of Math Club 34, 'l'reas. Local Interest Club 4, Intramural Sports 1-2, lli Times Staff 4. Clifford C. Holland- Players 2-4, Novelty 1, Glee Club 2-ZS, Fresh. Chorus 1 Huldah Elizabeth Holston-'tTinvl' Four Arts Club Ii-4, Girl Reserves 'l'eacher's Assistant 2-4, Hi Times Staff 4. Janet Maxwell Hood- Fresh. Chorus 1, Players 2-4. John Edwin Hopkins- C'oin Club 2, Travel Zi, Astronomy Club 4. Gloria Hope Horning- Players 1-4, Office Assistant 3, Library Assistan Teacher's Assistant 2-4. Hetty Horst- 1. Letter Club 1. Euuitation Club 2, lioeal Interest Club Ii, Mohian Club 4, Section Reporter 1 8: 3 Mohian Staff 4, l Pathfinder Committee 3-4, Civic Welfare Com. 3 Rep. 3-4. Bingham Blevens Horton, Jr.-"Bing-" Monitor 2, D. O. Club 3-4, Sec. Rep. 4. -4, Sec. 1 Katherine Everett Hatch-"Kitty" Letter Club 1, Girl Reserves 3-4, V. Pres. Girl Reserves 4, National Honor Society 3-4, Cafe 23, Glee Club 3, Teachex-'s Assistant 1-4, Intramural Sports 1-2, Honor Rolls 1-3. Nita Haven-"Neet" Appreciation of Movie and Radio, Coin Club 2, 'I'eacher's Assistant 2-3. William E. Haynie-"Bob" Motion Picture 1-4, D. O. Club 3-4. Charles Maurice Hazen, Jr.-t'Maury" liiol. Club l, Hobby Club 2, Aviation Club 3, Radio and Electric Club 4. Agnes Hearn- Girl Reserves 3-4. Arthur Fields Helmer-"Diago" lntramural Sports 1-4, Biology Museum 4. Fred Bruce Helton-t'Bud" Appreciation of Movie and Radio 1, Study Club 2-4. Marion Cornelia Hickey-"Hick" Letter Club 1, Appreciation of' Movie and Radio 2, Astronomy 3-4, Intramural Sports 2, Cafeteria Helper 1-4, Teaehc-r's Assistant 2. Ruth Pauline Hoekseina-"Rooshy" Players 2-4, Letter Club 1, Library Assistant 1, Adv. Council Rep. 2-3, Glee Club 3-4. Raymond Lee Hoagland-"Ted" Four Arts 4, Band and Orchestra 3-4, Intramural Sports 2-4, Pres. National Honor Society 4, Editor 1941 Mohian 4, Oratorical Winner 3. Alex Howard-"El" Hobby Club 2, Murphy Hi Sl-4, American Youth Forum 4. Katherine Delorous Hubbard-"Jimmie" Fresh. Chorus 1, Hobby Club 2, Letter Club 3, School Bookkeeper 4, Letter Club 4. Arthur James Hudson-"Fuddle" Stamp Club 1-3, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Thelma Idell Hudson- Girl Reserves 3-4. Sarah Eliza Hufff"Sall " y Psychology Club 3-4, Pres. Psychology Club 4, Adv. Council Representative 4, 'I'eacher's Assistant 2-4. James Willis Hughen-"Bill" Yo Tappa Kees 4. John Erwin Ingef"Sir Inge" Alt. Adv. Council Rep. 1-4, Intramural Sports 1-3, Novelty Club 2, Murphy Hi Y 3-4. Louise Inge-"Mickey" Hi Times Staff 3-4, Lost and Found 2-4, Scribbler's and Music Club 3. JUNE 1941 Nell Ishee- Yo Tappa Kees 4, Local Interest Club 4, Hattiesburg Hiilfh 1-3. Edward Beck Jackson-"E, Beck" Treas. Appreciation uf Movie and Radio 2, D. O. Club 3-4. Elsie Lucille Jackson-"Blondie" Hobby Club 1, Consumers' Education 2 8: 4, Biol. Club 3. James Marvin Jackson-'tScoodlel' Intramural Sports 2-4, Monitor 3, Reading: Aloud for Pleasure, V. Pres. D. 0. Club 4, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 1. Marjorie Louise Jackson- Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2, Stenoprraphic Club 3, Music Club 4, Hi Times Staff 4, Library Assistant 1-4. Pauline Ma1'y Jacobs- Girl Reserves 1. Frank Jacobson-"Jake the Great" Players 1-4, Locker Cum. 1-3, Nominations and Elections Com. Mary Jane Jansen-"Sister" F'our Arts 3-4. Office 2-3, Letter Club 2, Mohian 4, Emergency Room Monitor 4. Bernard Grigg Jenkins-"Barn Yard" Travel Club. LIEUTENANTS Martha Oliver Jones- Moutha -fi' Adv. Council Rep. 2, More For Your Money 3-4. Cafeteria 2 4 latin Club 2 CIVIL Welfare 3 4 Welfare Court 2 John W. Kane Philatelic Club 1-4, Fnszlnt-ning Club 4 Guide Sam Joseph Kayser- Sammie 'Ireas. Soph Class 2, H1 Times Staff 4 Sue. Usher Club See Jr Player-L 1 Rep Sr Class Robert Andrew Ke arley Library Assistant 2 Orchestra 2 4, Latin Club QPTLH'-J Pres. Astronomy Club 3-4. Agnes Vivian Keebler- Little Aggie Letter Club 1-3, Girl Reserves 4 Teacher? Assistant . Frank Senior Keeler, Jr.-"Baby Boy Adv. Council RW. 1 Appreciation Spanish Club 3-4. Emma Lee Keevan-"Tiny" Fresh. Chorus 1. John Edward Kelly-"Johnny" Byron Leroy Kersten- Music and Radio 2 Ben Taylor Johnson- Safety Club 1, Know Alabama Club 4. Sara Frances Johnson- Girl Reserves 1-4. Earl Johnston- Intramural Sports 1-4, "M" Club 4. Marion Margaret Johnston- Spanish Club 1, Players 2-4. Edith Mary Jones- Girl Roscrvos 1-4, Panther Club 3-4, T'eacher's Assistant 3-4, Cafeteria 2-4. Ellen Doris Jones-4'Tiny" Aviation Club 1, Glee Club 1-4, Adv. Council Rep. 2-4, Shakespeare Club 2, Four Arts Club 3-4. Jack Denson Jones- Traffic Monitor 1-2, Library 3-4, Coin Club 1-2, Attend- ance Monitor 2-3, Emergency Room Monitor 3. James Harold Jones-"Jonesy" Fresh. Chorus 1, Glee Club 3, Stamp Club 2, Travel Club 4. Kenneth Edward Jones-"Pooch" P'leas'ure Reading. Edith Amelia King-'LEU Sec. Rep. 2, Hobby Club 2, Library Assistant 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Gene Harris King- Four Arts 1-4, Sec. of Class 1 8: 3, Adv. Rep. 1, Library Assistant 2-3, 'l'eacher's Assistant 2. Patricia Ruth King-"Pat" Letter Club l, Teacher's Assistant 4, Yo Tampa Kees 4, Parliamentary Club 3, Office Assistant, Emergency Room Monitor 3, Monitor 2. Amelia Janice Kirvenf"Jan" Locker Office 3, Cafe 1-4, Letter Club 1-2, Yo 'l'zippa Kees 4, Tearher's Assistant 4. Irving Arthur Koffler- Music 2-3, Athletic Com. 4, Adv. Council Rep. 4, Vice Pres. Philatelic Club 4, Band 2-4, Orchestra 2-4. Dorothy Helen Kohn-'tD0tt'ie" Four Arts 1-4, Office Assistant 1, Mohian Staff 4, Adv. Council Rep. 1. Charles Lewis Kotisf-"Curley" A Band 4, Hobby Club 1-2, Accounting Club 4. Maggie Mae Kruse4"McGee" Band and Orchestra 1-4. Marjorie Ann Ladnier-f'Margie" JUNE 1941 Mary Elise Lambert-"Billy" D. 0. Club 3-4. Kenon W. Langham-"Ken" D. O. Club 3-4. Albert Langley-"Bo" Locker Monitor 3, Dressing Room Monitor 3, Traffic Monitor 4, Study Club 1-4. Dorothy Lee Lavinghouse-"Dot" Music Club 1, Letter Club 1-2, Girl Reserves 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, 'Ieacher's Assistant 4. Thomas Lee Lawshe-"Tom" Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2, Garden Club 4. Morris Earl Le Cren-"Buck" Appreciation of Movie and Radio 1, Novelty 1, Architec- tural 3, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 3. Ada Annis Lee- Letter Club 1. Henrietta Louise Lee4"Hinny" More For Your Money Club 3. VVilhelmina Louise Lee-"Willie" Letter C'lub 1, Appreciation of Movie' Reserves 3-4, Teacher's Assistant 4. and Radio 2, Girl LIEUTENANTS l l 1 l Thomas Frances Lynchf"Tommy" Hobby Club 2, larliamentary Law Club 3, Teacher' Assistant 3-4, Ushers' Club 4. John Craft McAnclrew-"Johnny Mac" Hobby Club, Debutimx Club, Tri-as. Debating: Club. John Stephenson McClelland---'tPonnio" Hobby Club 1, Archery Club 2, Jr. Spanish Club 23, V Pres. Murphy Hi Y Il-4, Usher Club 4. Marvin Doval McC1'ary-t'Mac" Appreciation oi' Movie and Radio 2, D. O. Club 3-4. Walter Marshall McCrary-"Doc" Reba Kathryn McDole- Glee Club 2-4, Letter Club 1-33, V. Pres. Consumers' Education 4. lntramural Sports 2. Beatrice Annette McDonald-"Babby" Study Hall Assistant 4. Edward Joseph McDonald- Travel Club 1-3. Robert Evans McDonald- Safety Club 1, Intramural Sports 3-4, Accounting Club 3-4. Lionel L. Levy, Jr.-t'Limie" l4'our Arts 1-4, Teaeher's Assistant 1 and 3, Intramural Sports ZS--1. Audrey Chaze Lloyd-HAudie" Local Interest Club 4. Lucille Patrica Lloyd-"Sister" Letter Club 1, Appreciation of Radio and Music 2, 'l'eacher's Assistant 4. William James Lockler-"Scotchman" V. Pres. Movie and Radio 1, See. Movie and Radio 2, Music Club 3-4, A liand 2-4, A Orchestra 2-4. Gorcly Loftin- Adv. Council Rep. 1,, A Rand 3-4, Music Club 2, Locker Monitor 2, A Orchestra 3-4, Modern Alchemists' 4. Thomas Hearin Long-t'Bub" Novelty Club 1, Emergency Room Monitor 1, Spanish Club 3-4, A, liand 3, Intramural Sports 3. Kathryn Elizabeth Loper-"Kitty" Locker Monitor 2, Emergency Room Monitor 2-3, More For Your Money Club, Sec. Chairman, liiol. Club. Ann Lowenstein- Girls' Dressing Room Monitor, Student Council 1-3, V. Pres. Jr. Players 2 Kr 4, Civic Welfare Chairman,, Adv. Council 4. Robert Lex Lowry-"Knothead" Locker Monitor 2, Serihblr-r's Club 3, Travel Club 4. -4"'5 5 John Paul McDonough-HBengie" Intramural Sports 2-4, Dressinxr Room Inspector 32, Hobby Club 1-2. Jane Gregg McFarlin- Fresh. Chorus 1, Movie and Radio 2, Travel 23, Yo 'l'app:L Kees 4, Teacher's Assistant 2-4. Francis B. McGill-'tBrother" Orchestra 1-4, Aviation Club 54, Archery Club 2, Yo '1'app'a Kees 4, Student Council 4. George Armstrong McGowan-"Dimples" Philatelic Club 1--1, Sec. and Pres. of Philatelic Club 2-3, Mohian 4, liand 2-4, Orchestra 3-4. Janie Corrine McIntyre-t'Dennie" Locker Monitor 1-2, Coin Club 1, Panther 2--1, Librzxry Assistant 4. Clarence Leonard McKean-"Billie" Accounting' Club 4, Monitor 1-4, Psychologry Club 3. John Travis McKenzie-"Mack" Four Arts 2-4, Band and Orchestra 2-4, Usher Club 4, Hi Times 4, Adv. Council Ren. 4, Music and Radio 1. Marvin McKiHop-"Skeeter" Movie and Radio 1, Plezxsure Reading: 2-4. Margaret Louise McLaughlin- Letter Club 2-3, Monitor 1-2, Yo 'famra Kees' 4, Teacher'S Assistant 4. JUNE 1941 Clyde Hector McLeod- Cafe 1-4, Architectural 3-4, American Youth Forum 4, Monitor 4. Lamar Young McLeod, II- Four Arts 1--1, Usher Club 4, Cafe Z3-4, Library 1-3, Hi I mics ni-4. Joseph Mendel McMillan- IS Hand 1-2, ldnpfineerinyz 3. Ovied Leonard McMillan , J r.-'tJack" Treas. of Philatelic Club 1, Philatelic Club 33-4, Library Assistant 1. Mary Estha M Girl Rc-serves Charles Evard Archery Club cSWeen-t'Pcst-117" 1-2. Mabler-"Slim" 2, Aviation Club 23, Automobile Club 4. Morris Maisel--i'Mercy" Emerxfency Room Monitor 1, Garden Club 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Milton Maisel- Agncs Vondell Majors-"Vonnie" Letter Club 1-3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teachers' Assistant 3-4, Locker M onitor 4. LIEUTENANTS 3 Annie Floyd Metcalff"Ann" Lena Lee Middlebrooks-K'Butch" Library Assistant 1-IS, Spanish Club 2-3, Teaeher's Assistant 2, National Honor Society, Adv. Council Rep. 4, Sec. Yo Talipa Kees 4. Doris Irene Midgette-"Dottie" Fresh. Club 1, Amlreeiation of Movie and Radio fI'rcs.l 2, Locker Monitor 1-3, Astronomy Club ii, Parliamentary Law 4, Teaehr-r's Assistant 3. Gladys Miles-HBookie" Nominations and Elections Com. 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Letter Club 1. Elbert Eldredge Miller- Glee Club 2-4, Fresh. Chorus 1, Local Interest Il-4, Jr. Spanish Club 1-2, Locker Monitor l, Hi Times 3, Teach- er's' Assistant 2. Lois Minis- Girl Reserves 3, See. of Clothing Class 4. Virginia Winfield Miiinis-"Ginger" Appreciation of Music and Radio 3, Study Hall Assistant 3, Library Assistant 4. Emergency Room Monitor 4. Kenneth Fitch Montiel- Intramural Sports 1-4. Charles Steele Moody-"Buddy" Intramural Sports 1-2, Monitor 1-2, D. O. Club 3-4, Fine Arts Club. Melba Dean Manning-"Nip" Coin Club 3, Travel Club 4. Lillian Arco Maples- Girl Reserves 1-2, Yo 'l'app'a Kees 4, Teachc-r's Assistant 4. Mary Alice Marshall-"Marshall" Pres. Letter Club 1-2, Sec. Rep. 1-4, Loeker Monitor 2, V. Pres. Iliol Club, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Sarah Vivian Marshall- Ifour Arts 1-4, Library Assistant 1-4, Adv. Council Rep. 2. Louise Martin-"Wezzie" Letter Club 1, D. O. Club 3-4. Ruth Mason Mashburn-"Duchess" Fresh. Chorus 1, Girl Reserves 1, Glee Club 2, Outing Club 2, 'I'reas'. of Girl Reserves 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Ruth Mason- Letter Club 1, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2, Yo 'l'ap1ra Kees 4. Earl Kenneth Matzenger-- A Band 4, Alchemists 4. Doris Rebecca Merchant- Four Arts 4, Adv. Council Rep. 1, Teacher's Assistant 4, Locker Monitor 1, Office Assistant 3. Dorothy Troy Morehead-"Dotta" Study Hall Assistant 1, Adv. Council Rep. 2. Shirley Feld Moses- Managing Ed. Hi Times 4, V. Pres. National Honor So- ciety 3-4, Modern Alchemist 4, Assistant Ed. Mohian 4, Four Arts 1-4, P'res. Quill and Scroll 4. Lenny Lucile Morris-"Ceil" Noland Elliott Moulyet-'tNappy" Pres. Music Club 2, Sr. Band 2-25, Drum Major 2-3, structor Drum Major. Hazel Anne Mulligan-"Mitzi" William I. Mullins- Emergency Room Monitor 1, Aviation Club 3, Architec tural Club 4. Ann Marie Murray- Civic Welfare 3-4, Latin Club 2, Lost and Found 3 More For Your Money 3-4, Letter Club 1. Clarence Roberts Murphy- Traffic Monitor 1, Engineering Club 2, Outing Club 3 Projection Club 4. Rebecca Mutchnick-'tBecky" Girl Reserves 1-2, Parliamentary Law 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4. JUNE 1941 Joe Samuel Muth-"Moose" Biol. Club 1, Pres. Appreciation of Movie and Radio Club 2, Debating Club 3, Travel Club 4. Richard Marvin Myers-"Dick" Glee Club 1-2, Stamp Club 1, D. O. Club 3-4. Joe Lord Neal-"Charlie McCarthy" Football 4, Treas. of Fresh. Class 1, Archery C'lub 1, Intramural Sports 1-2, Golf Club 2, Pres. Equitation Cub 3-4. Rose Mary Neely- Mohian 4, Art Honor Society 3-4, Adv. Council Rep. 1-2, Panther Club 4, Hi Times 3-4, Players 1-4. Mildred Elizabeth Neese-"Mimi" Economics' Club 1, Girl Reserves 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4- Harry Embree Newell- Four Arts Club 1-4. Ethel Lenora Nichols-'tSis" Girl Reserves 1, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2, Library Assistant 2, Letter Club 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Doris Regina O'Brien- Locker Monitor 4. James Tabbert O'Connor-"Buster" Emergency Room Mon. 2, Yard Monitor 1, Radio and Music Club 2, Pres. Aviation Club 3-4. LIEUTENANTS Margaret Ann Partridge- Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2, Yo Tappzl Kees 4. Janice Marie Patterson-"Blondie" Fresh. Chorus 1, Pres. Costume Construction Club 3 Letter Club 2. Minter Angell Patterson-"Map" Reading: Aloud For Pleasure Club 2. Jr, Spanish Club 3, Alchemist 4. James F. Payne -t'Pain" Myrtle Oleta Pennington- Letter Club 2, See. Costume Construction 3, Coin Club 4. Alice Jean Phelps-"Polly" Astronomy 3, Psychology Club 4. James Leslie Phillips- Band 4, Engineering: Club 3. Business Club 4. Sidney Clarke Phillips, Jr.- Band It-4, Philatelic 1. Museum 2-4. Cafe 1-4, Or chestm 3-4. Allen Platt- Local Interest 2, Traffic Committee 2. Lucille Odom-"Lou'y Girl Reserves 1. Marion Clark Odom-"Tiny" Letter Club 3-1, Fresh, Chorus 1, Intramural Sports 2, 'l'eacher's Assistant 3-4, Library Assistant 3-4, Advisory Council Ren. 1-2. George Wallace O'GWynn- Glee Club 1-3. Radio 2-3, Automobile Club 4. Marvin Olensky-"Molasses" V. I'rz-s. A1u'1:u-eeintion uf Radio and Telephone 2. Torn Potter Ollinger-"Potter', Coin Club 1. Aviation Club 3, Usher 4, Football 2-4. Alberta Inez Olsen-"Ole" Treas. D, 0. Club 3-4. Carolyn Adele Osbourn-"Connie" Fresh. Chorus 1, Jr. Speakers Bureau 3, Yo Tappa. Kees 4, Office Assistant 4. Joseph Harris Oswalt-"Jack" Usher Club 4, Gull' Club 2-4, Gulf Team 3-4. Ernest Padgett, Jr.- Billy Pollard-"Bill" Music Club, Movie and Radio, D. O. Club, A liaml and Orchestra, B Band. Jane Post-"Janie" Equitation 4, Teacher's As-sistant 1-3, Archery 1, Glee Club 4, Jr. Spanish 3, Mohian 4. Louise Halliday Potter-"Wesie" Teacher's Assistant 2, Adv, Council Rep. Ii, Four Arts 1-33, Yo Taupa Kees 4, Isham Frank Pounds- Locker Monitor 1, Biol. Club 2, Jr. Aviation 3, liiol Mu. seum 4, Parking Monitor 3. Barbara Sherard Powell- Letter Club 1, Four Arts 2-4, Emergency Room Monitor 4. Norma Elizabeth Powell- Office Assistant 3, Emersrency Room Monitor 4. Margarette Delorous Presley- Girl Reserves 1, Four Arts 2-4, Panther Club 4. Katherine Elizabeth Preston-"Blondie" Thornton Price-Williams-"Stuff" First Aid 1, Outing' 2, lliol. 3, American Youth Forum 4, Intramural Sports 2-4. JUNE 1941 r 1 l Carroll Thomas Prince- Philatelic 1, Golf 1, Travel 2, 1's'ycholoi:y. Carolyn Elizabeth Prine-"Click" Letter Club 1-4. Barbara Ilga Prouty-"Babbie" Letter Club 1-4, Teacher's Assistant 1-4. Gloria North Pugh-"Doodles" Players 2-4, Glce Club 2-4, Adv. Council Rep. 4, Letter Club 1, Hi Times Staff 4, Rethea Pugh- Girl Reserves 3-4. Richard Davison Quina-t'Rich" Fresh. Chorus 1, Yard Monitor 2, Museum Club 3, Modern Alchemist 4. George Nelson Quinn- Hi Times 4. Ben Morgan Radcliff- Radin Club 2-3, Alchemist 4. Sara Doris Radford- Intramural Sports 2, Letter Club 1-Z. Spanish Club 3, Travel Club 4. LIEUTENANTS Charles Joseph Reus-"Buddy" Treas. D. O. Club 4. Eileen Elizabeth Richardson-"Nibs" Girl Reserves 1, Emergency Room Monitor 2-4, Costume Construction 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Elizabeth Amanda Richardson-"Beffie" Golf Club 1. Girl Reserves 2, Business Club 4, Fresh. Chorus 1, Glee Club 2-4. William Cullen Richardson-"Billy" Hobby Club 1. Teacher's Assistant 2, Golf Club 3-4, Emergency Room Monitor 2. Miriam Richmond-"Mim" Letter Club 2, Equitation Club 3-4, Girl Reserves 1, Office Assistant 3-4. Florence Margaret Riggs- Dorothy Marie RiisYHDolly" Paul Lars Riise-"Shorty" Fresh. Chorus' 1, Latin Club 2, Yard Monitor 2, Radio and Electric Club 3, Aveounting' Club 4. Burnett Joseph Ritchie-'tBrunette" Locker Monitor 1-2, Traffic Monitor 4, Hobby Club 1, Intramural Sports 1-4. M kAxkk -gif, ' 62 Thomas Vernon Raines-'4Tom" Sr. Spanish Club 4. Colleen McCrary Ramage-"Collie" Sewing Club 4. Martha Girarce Ray-"Margo" Fresh, Chorus' l, Hobby Club 2, Adv. Council Rep. 2-4, Four Arts 3-4, Glue Club 2-4. Patricia Ann Redditt-"Pat" Study Ilall Assistant, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teacher's Assistant. Helen Marjolyn Redell- Library Assistant 1-2, Office Assistant 2, Cafe Monitor Ci, Study Hall Assistant 4, Emergency Room Monitor 4, Letter Club 1. Webb William Reece-'AWeebie" Lovlcer Monitor 2, Appreciation of Radio and Movie 2, Chr-cringe Section 3, Business Club 4. Sybil June Reedf"Bug1" Fresh. Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, Letter Club 1-2, Yo Tappa. Kees 4. George Julian Reid-"Ju" Dance Club, Movie and Radio, Isaac Walton, Golf Club. Edwin Reese Rencher-"Buddy" Adv. Council Rep. 1, Library Assistant 1-4, Psychology 4. v Porter Roberts-"Snag" Outing Club 2-3, Reading Club 4. Wanda Juanita Roberts-"Nita" Tennis Champion 1-2, D. O. Club 3-4, Letter Club 1. Louise Hartley Robinson- Locker Monitor 1, Office Assistant 4, More For Your Money Club 4. Lillie Doris Rogers- English Assistant 1, Gymnasium Assistant 2-3, Library Assistant 4. Harold Lawrence Rosenbloom-"Rosie" Locker Monitor 1-2. Stamp Club 1-2, Pres. Math. Club 3, Modern Alchemist Club 4. Laura Virginia Rowell-"Ginny', Fresh. Chorus 1, Radio and Movie 2, Astronomy 3. Sec. Chairman 3, Sec. Consumers' Education 4. Wilda Catherine Russell-t'Wildie" Intramural Sports, Section Secretary 3-4, Office Assis ant 4, Fresh. Chorus 1, Adv. Council Rep. 3. Robert England Rutherford-'tBobby" Appreciation of Radio and Movie 2, Architectural 3. James Lewis Rye-"Jimmie" Library Assistant 1-3, Biol. Club 4. JUNE 1941 Anna Victoria Saad-"Ann" Girl Reserves, Locker Monitor. Viola Jane Salter-"Janie" Letter Club 1-2, Coin Club 3, Yo Taivpa Kees 4, Teachz-r's Assistant 4. Gwendolyn Sawyer-"Gwen" Panther Club 4. Marsyl Joan Sayre- Spanish Club 3-4, Office Assistant. Section Monitor 1-4, Locker Monitor 3, Coin Club 2, Letter Club 1. Dorothy Ruth Scott-"Dot" Fresh. Chorus 1, Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2. Consumers" Education 4. Earl William Scott-"Scottie" Glee Club 1, Intramural Sports 1-2, Baseball 4, Psychology Club 4. Myrtice Christine Shackleford-"Chris" Annie Carolyn Shelton- Folklore Club 2, Latin Club 3. Astronomy 4, Mohian Staff 4, Library Assistant 2-4, Teacher's Assistant. Charles H. Shiff- Architect Club 3, Archery Club 4. LIEUTENANTS Mattie Belle Smith-"Willey" Girl Reserves 1, Intramural Dcroration 2, Dana-e 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, 'l'eacher's Assistant Vesta Loraine Smith-HHusta" 4 . Fresh. Club 1, Teac-her's Assi'tz1nt 1, Consumers' lixluca tion 2, V. Pres. Dance Club 3. Leon Snitman- Minnie Margaret Snitman-"Margie" Yo Tappa Kees 4. William Alfred Snyder- Cafe Monitor 1-4, Radio Club 2, American Youth Forum 3-4. Clara Lou Speed- Locker Monitor 1, Cirl Reserves fi-4, Economic 2. Marie Louise Sperduto-"Sport" Girl Reserves 1. liibrarv Ass'siant Z-25. liiol. Club tl'rcs,l 4, Letter Club 2-3, Panther Club Miriam Marguerite Snikes Glee Club 2-4, Section Rfpresentati Lewis Page Stalcup- Philatelic Club, Radio Club. 4. ve 1, 1.1-tt:-r Club 1-1. Alvin Cleveland Simms, Jr.-"A, C." Team-her's Assistant 1, Accounting Club 4. Vesta Marie Simon-"Dee" First Ainl Club 1, Appreciation for Movie and Radio 2-3, Modern Alchemist 3-4, Cafe 1-4, Sec. Athletic Chairman 1-4, '1'1-auht-r's Assistant 4. Glue Club 2, Intramural Sports 1-2, Psychology 4. Catherine Irene Smith-"Kitty" Girls' Aviation Club 1, Yu Tappa Kees 4. Dorothy Louise Smith-"Dot" Girl Reserves 3, Teach-er's Assistant 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Library Assistant 4. George Harrington Sinith-"Hector" liasketball 2-fi, "M" Club 4. Jean Hardy Smith-"Smithie" Joyce Claudia Smith-"Jo" Yo Tappa Kees 4, Consumers' Education 3. Lou Ethel SmithfHSmitty" Locker Monitor 1, Traffic Monitor 1, Letter Club 1-2, 'l'eaeher's Assistant 1 KL 4, Yo Tapna Kees' 4, Library Assistant 4. Mary Beth Smith-"Suzie" Fquitation Club 4. Mary Agnes Stauter- Hobby Club 1, Interior Decoration Club 2, Biol. Club 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Jessie Lou Steele-"Jess" Girl Reserves 1-2, Locker Monitor 4, Teacher's' Assistant 4. 'Iheodora Winnifred Steiner-"Tedd " y Folklore 2, Latin Club 3, Astronomy 4, Mohian Staff 4, Teacher's Assistant 1 -3. Clarence Joseph Stewart-"Bubba" Reading Aloud For Pleasure Club. Stone Boulet Stickney-"Stinky" Band 1-3, Class Pres. 1-4, Players lP'res.l National Honor Society 3-4, Golf Club 1, Archery 2, Adv. Count il Rep. 1, Pathfinder 3, Usher 3-4, Head Usher. Nellree Otis Strahley-"Little Nell" Fresh. Chorus 1, Glee Club 2-3, Clothing' Club 4. Frances Strirnenos-- Paul H. Sumrall-"Snooch" Music Club 1 3 Band 1 3 Traffic Monitor 2 4 Ps chel- - , - , - , 'y ogy 1-4. George Grayson Summersell- Hobby Club 1, Homecrafters Club 2, Equitation Club 3, Radio Club 4. l JUNE 1941 Robert La Rhoy Swearingen-"Preacher" Fresh. Chorus 1, A Orchestra 2-4, Office Assistant' 3, Photography Club 2, Architectural Club 3, Radio and Electric 4. Margaret Alice Sweetser-"Babe" Cafe 1-4, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Doris Anne Swift- Letter Club 1, Interior Decorators 2, More For Your Money 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Locker Monitor 4, Library Assistant 1. Hilda Marian Sylvest-"Hildagarde" Band 3-4, Orchestra 3-4, Music Club iSec.J 4. Robert George Tabbert-"Bob" Intramural Sports 1-3. Cecil Owen Tanner- C'oin Club 1-4. Cleo Mooree Tanner- Girl Rcsrrves' 1-4, Library Assistant 2-4. Doris Olivia Tanner-"Dot" 'I'eacher's Assistant 4, Girl Reserves 2, V. Pres. Girl Reserves 3, Pros. Girl Reserves 4. Tommy McRae Taul- First Aid Club 2, Debating 3-4, Locker Monitor 1. LIEUTENANTS Gladys Thomas- , I Girl Reserves 1-3, Sewing Club 4, Locker Monitor 1-2, Q .. .. , , Psychology 4. V , ."' i f Byrd Thomas Thompson, Jr.-"Tommy" V Welfare Store 3, Ili Times 3, National Honor Society 3-4, k ' Adv. Uouneil Rep. 2, V. Pres. Math. Club 3, Glee Club 2. ' 1- K Alcr rag? Q . , ,B 5 .1-ff1A,,,', .-jf.-7 Freda Thompson- l'la1'.'.g,'.'fQ':'k1g",," Stenouraphic Club 4. 3'Lff"".".", " .ga ff-' A u" r Ri'-:1ff:',ff.,'n'2 William Whitfield Varnedoe-"Bill" Q Jr. Players 2, Sr. Players 3-4. I Helen Vaughn- Fresh. Chorus 1, Hobby Club 2, Local Interest Club 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, '1'eacher's Assistant 4. Evelyn Louise Vaugrht-'tBaby" Cafe 1-3, D. O. Club 3-4, Panther Club 4, D, O. Club lSec,-Treas.J. Harry Hartwell Verick'-"Ve1'ick Harry" First Aid Club 1, intramural Sports, Hobby Club 2. Catherine Evelyn Verneuille-"Kay" Teacher's Assistant 2-4, Library Assistant 35-4. Marian Roe Vineyard- Mohian Staff 4, Pres. Folklore Club 2,, Locker lnvpector 4, Office Assistant 2-3, 'l"raf'fic Monitor 3. Mary Costa Vrachalus- Fresh. Chorus 1, Pres. llobby Club 2, 'I'eacher's' Assistant 3-4, Yo Tap'pa Kees 4. Willhelmena Catherine Waldorf-HScici" Letter Club 1, Girl Reserves 2-3, Yo 'Fauna Kees 4, Office Assistant 3. Eunice Ethelynn Walker-"Duchess" Fresh. Chorus 1, Fine Arts Club 2-3. 66 Olive Pearl Thompson- Novelty Club 1. Locker Monitor 2, 'l'eacher's Assistant 3, Girl Reserves 4. Donald Albert Thurston- Aviation Club 1, Cafe 1, National Honor Society 3-4. Emma Grace Tibbetts-"Edmo" Letter Club 1, Girl Reserves 2, Sec. Sr. Spanish 3, Yo Talvpa Kees 4,, Teache-r's Assistant 2. P, R. Tunstall-"Duke" Four Arts 1-4, Student Council 3-4, Adv. Council Rep. 1-2, Pres. Alchemist Club 4, Usher 3-4, Traffic Monitor 2-3, Editor Pathfinder 3-4, Traffic Inspector 3, Honor Roll 1-3, Cheorinp: Section 1-4, Elizabeth Mary Turner-"Polly" Section Secretary 1-4, Letter Club 1, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Office Assistant 4. Daniel Janse Van Antwerp-"Dan" her Jr. Spanish 2. Radio 3, Cafe 1-4, Sr. Spanish 4, Us Club 4, Teacher's Assistant 3-4, Library Assistant 2. l i : 3 l Catherine Avonia Walsh-"Catty" Locker Monitor 2, Letter Club 1-2, Business Club 4, Office Assistant 4, Teacher's Assistant 3. Betty Carolyn Ward-"Ty" Music 1, Letter 2-3, Biol. Treas. 4, Orchestra 1-4, Cafe 3-4, Panther Club 4. William Fay VVard- Pres. Garden Club 1-2, Garden Club 3. Margaret Elaine Warren-"Chief" Leiter Club 1-2, liiol. Club 3. Locker Monitor 4, Mohian Staff 4, Intramural Sports 1-2. Laura Helen Waters-"Princess" Girl Reserves 3-4, Office Assistant 3, Teachur's Assist- ant 2-3, Intramural Sports 2. Dorothy Eone Watkins-"Dot" Teachc-r's Assistant 3. Yo Tappa Kees 4. Natalfe Marilyn Watson- Harold Augustus Watters, Jr.- Ellulgiy Club 1, Reading Aloud For l'luasurr- 2-23, c,l'Cl'1L'Si,l'2l 'u 4. Ernest Watz- Architectural Club 4. l JUNE 1941 Annie Merle Weaver- James Weaver- Glover Aaron Webb-"Monk" Radio and Movie, Section Representative, Pres. D. O. Club. James Shelby Welch- Coin Club 1, Radio Club 3, Alchemist Club 4, Office Assistant 4, Usher Club 4. Mary Louise West- Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2, Costume Construction Club 3, Coin Club 4. Opal Aline Whatley-"Worry Wart" Fresh. Chorus 1, Hobby 1, Coin Club 1, Teacher's Assist- ant 2, Traffic Monitor 1. Edith Mae Wheeler- Girl Reserves 1, Interior Decoration 2, More For Your Money Club 3-4, Cafe 4, 'l'eacher's Assistant 3. Robert Ladd Wildberger-''Proxy-Blondy" Yard Monitor 1-2, Hobby Club l, Movie and Radio 2, Office Assistant 4, T1-an-her's Assistant 1-4, Library Assistant. Dorothy Virginia Wilkie- Coin Club 2-4. LIEUTENANTS Douglas Martin Wimpec-"Shorty" Melvin Barnett Wiseman-- Radio Club 3, Business Club 4. Brannan David Woodham- Elizabeth Ann Woodham-"Lig" Appreciation of Movie and Radio 1, Coin Club 2, Teach- - er's Assistant 3-4, Section Assistant 1-4. Jewell Monanell Woodham-"Judy" Letter Club 1-3, Yo 'Fauna Kees 4, 'l'eacher's Assistant 4 Carson Allen Woodruff- Locker Monitor 1-2, Emergency Room Monitor 5, Intra- mural Sports. Charles Elwood Word-"Charlie" V. Pres. 1-2, V. Pres. Players 3, Glee Club 1-4, V. Pres, Governing Council 3, Pres. Governing Council 4, Adv. Council Rep. 1, Mohian 4, Novelty 1, Usher Club 3-4. Agnes C. Wright-"Little J. R." Letter Club I'l'reas.J 1-3, Fine Arts 1Treas,J 4, Study Hall Monitor 2-4, Locker Monitor 1, Teacher's Assim- ant 3-4. Lucile Carolyn Yeager- Girl Reserves 3, l"r1-s. Local Interest Club 4, Nom. ard Elections Com. 4. 'l'eacher's Assistant 4, Section Secre- tary 4. Amanda Sophie Helen Ziebe-"Mandy" Novelty Club 1-2, Traffic Monitor 1, Stenography 3, Library Assistant 4, Office Assistant 4, Teacher's Assistant 4. Annie Louise Williams-"Weesie" Letter Club 1-3, Consumers, Education, Study Hall Assistant. Joe L. Williams- Hobby Club 2. Wilbcrt Williams- Outing Club 4, Intramural Sports 3-4. Grace Leenora Williamson- Girl Reserves 3, Business C'lub 4. Mae Tyson Williamson- Consumers' Education, Know Alabama Better 4. Clarence Lafayette Willis, Jr.-"Sweet Potatoe" Traffic Monitor 1, Emergency Room Monitor 2, Dressing Room Monitor 3, Study Hall Monitor 4, P'rojection Club 5, Biol. Club 4. Glenn Wilson-"Willie" Intramural Sports 2-4, Adv. Council Rep, 3-4, Traffic Monitor 1, Pres. Hobby Club 1, Mohian 4, Coin Club 3. 'I'eacher's Assistant 3-4, Basketball 2-4. Helen Laverene Wilson-"Tony" Letter Club 1-2, D. O. Club 3-4, Locker Monitor 2, Gym Monitor 3. Herndon Helirion Wilson-"Duck" 5. W, 'AV 52532 ith, MN ffl ,,, ,, ff 3 XP I 352-L if fa , P at - 1. HW , , l ? ff' . .fk-' vk.:g sg 2' Ig I-55334 , ,-e N4 Sm -Mag FOOTBALL Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy i Row One: illeft to rightj Murphy, Pat: Montcil, Ken: Steber, John: Murrill, Paul, Noonan, L.: Saad, George: Norton, Henderson. Row Two: 1Left to rightj N4-al. Joe: Chieplich, J. B.: Southall, William: Pate, J. F., Patton, Bill, Ollinger, Tom, McDonald, Demetropolis, Frank: Boykin, Dick. Row Three: fLeft to rifrhtb Hancock, Ray: Barlow, Fred: Mayhall, Charles, Kam- 7 14 phius, Jake: Courtney, Douglas, Greer, Barton. 1941 Schedule Jackson 6 Pascagoula 0 Biloxi 6 0 13 7 0 0 0 0 Ramsay 30 Pensacola 6 Phillips 28 Sidney Lanier 25 McGill 34 U. M'. S. 13 Coaches Willcox and Brimm. 70 x FOOTBALL Standing: lLeft to rightj Floyd, Marion, Allen, Jessie: Ritzer, C. G. Kneeling: 0'Bannon, Hope, Prine, Jean: Price, Mike. Review MURPHY 74JACKSON 6 The Murphy Panthers opened their 1940 football season with a hard fought victory, 7 to 6, over the Jackson Aggies. The Pan- thers started like a house afire, marching 53 yards down the field in nine plays for a score. Quarterback Fred Barlow's' try for extra point was good, which proved to be the mar gin of victory. From this point, Jackson out- played the Murphy Club. However, the Pan- thers still had enough to hold the Aggies bid for victory off. MURPHY 14-PASCAGOULA 0 The Panthers of Murphy Hi received credit for their second victory of the season when they defeated the Pascagoula Panthers 14 to 0. For three quarters the Blue and Gold was held scoreless, but with the opening of the final quarter the Murphy juggernaut be- gan to roll. The first score came when "Weiner" Southall, Murphy terminal, recov- ered the ball behind the Pascagoula goal-line, after a bad pass from center. A few plays later 'tSnake" Norton intercepted a pass on Managers Earl Johnson and Tommy Towey LETTERMEN the Pascagoula 17 yard line, and two plays later drove over the goal-line for the score. Fred Barlow added both extra points from placement. MURPHY 0-BILOXI 6 Murphy's Golden Panthers suffered their first setback of the 1940 season by a 6 to 0 defeat at the hands of the surprisingly strong Biloxi Indians. Cook, Biloxi tailback, took the opening kick-off on his own 5, and raced down the side-line to score. The attempt for the extra point was blocked by a horde of Murphy linesmen. For the remainder of the first half the teams played on almost even terms except for one moment when Biloxi pushed over another score only to have it called back for a penalty. Murphy had two scoring chances in the second half but could not generate enough power to score. Courtney took' a pass from Greer on his own 25 and raced 60 yards down field only to have it called back for a penalty. After a punt ex- change Courtney raced down the side-line to the 20 yard line. Here the Panther attack failed and Biloxi took over on downs. Steber and C. Baker played well in the line while Courtney was outstanding in the Murphy backfield. MURPHY 134RAMSAY 33 Ramsay Tech of Birmingham invaded the Panthers' lair to give the Murphy club their second defeat of the season, 33 to 13. For the first half the Panthers outplayed the Birmingham team and left the field leading 13 to 12. "Snake" Norton and Paul Murrill were responsible for Murphy's two scores. Norton scored on a buck through center and Murrill on a pass from Courtney. Barlow added one extra point from placement. In the second half, the Panthers, with key-men on the side-lines with injuries, were no match for the heavier Ramsay team and left the field badly beaten. Steber, Noonan, and Murrill were the outstanding Murphy players in the line while Courtney was best in the Letter Men: Baker, C. Baker, T, Barlow Chipelich Courtney Hancock Kamphius M t'l on 19 Murrill backfield. Powers and Hewlett sparked the Ramsay team. MURPHY 7-PENSACOLA 6 Murphy's crippled Panthers next met the Pensacola Tigers on the home field and sent them home suffering a defeat, 7 to 6. A'Snake" Norton, hard-driving Murphy fullback, bullegl his way over the goal-line for the Panthers' lone score. Barlow kicked the point after touchdown, which again proved to be the margin of victory. The Panther line was the deciding factor in the victory as it gave its best exhibition of offensive and defensive power of the year. Every member of the line, Southall, Baker, Noonan, Murrill, Ollinger, Steber, and Kamphius, outcharged their op- ponents across the line never letting the backs get underway. Courtney, Barlow, and Norton played best in the backfield. MURPHY 0fPHILLIPS 28 Unleashing' a devastating ground attack the Phillips Red Raiders smothered the Mur- phy Panthers under a 28 to 0 score in Bir- mingham, The1'e is no way to name a star for the Birmingham team, as each member played an almost perfect game. For Murphy, Baker, Steber, and Noonan stood out in the line while Norton was best in the backfield. MURPHY 0-SIDNEY LANIER 25 The Poets of Sidney Lanier were fought to a standstill by a great display of Murphy de- fensive power during the first half of the game on the Panther greensward. The entire Murphy team played like victory hungry athletes, and except for a few bad breaks might have emerged the victor. With the opening of the second half, a Lanier back intercepted a Murphy aerial and ran down the side-line to score. Passes p1'oved the downfall of the Panthers as practically every aerial was intercepted and converted into a Poet touchdown, after the first touchdown. Murphy was beaten 25 to O, but was expected to reach its stride against McGill in the next game. Letter Men: Neal Noonan Norton Ollinger Pate Patton Saad Southall Steber LETTERMEN ACTION Pensacola-M urphy Game MURPHY 04MeGILL 34 The Panthers' hopes for retaining their City football championship were blasted into bits when a fine McGill team defeated them 34 to 0. Before the game was three minutes old the Yellow Jackets had driven to a score and were never headed by the Murphy team. The Panthers resorted mainly to defensive play throughout the game but it was useless against the hard-playing Yellow Jackets. Harvey Tindal, 200-pound fullback, was the principal ground-gainer for McGill as he lit- erally tore the Murphy line to shreds with the powerful runs. "Redy' MacFarlane, Mc- Gill end, turned in the greatest game of his career, It was an end-around to "Red" that set up at least two of McGill's scores. For Murphy, All-City John Steber, was the out- standing defensive player, as very little yard- age was gained over his side of the line. Carlton Baker and "Red" Noonan also turned in good games in the line. In the backfield, the only threat was Norton, but he was not given much chance to show his ability as the Panthers were on the offensive only 3 or -1 times throughout the fray, MURPHY 0-U. M. S. 13 Murphy's Panthers ended the 19-10 season with a heart-breaking loss to U. M. S. The Panthers outgained the Cadets on the ground but when in scoring territory lacked the necessary offensive punch. Tommy Baker, shifted to tailbark position, was the main cog in the Panthers' offense, ably assisted by 'tSnake" Norton. The first U. M. S. score came early in the first quarter, starting from the Cadet 25 yard line. A pass, Newell to Adair, placed the ball on the Murphy 15-yard line. The next play was a reverse to Adair who ran over the goal-line unmolested for the score. The second tally came when a Murphy fumble was recovered on the Pan- thers' I3-yard line. The same reverse to Adair was responsible for the Cadets' second score and Adair kicked the extra point to place the Cadets in the lead 13 to 0-the final score of the game. No less than four times in the first half the Panthers drove into scoring position only to have fumbles wreak havoc with their scor- ing chances. Q 4. S J ,aww "-' an S Q 1 if ,. 1 , 'Z' 3 ' ,mi VM-53 F gm if We Basketball The Murphy basketball team, under Coaches Brimm and Wilcox, ushered in the 1941 season with a 28-21 win over the McGill Yellowjackets on the Panther court. The Panthers after leading in the early part of the game, saw the Jackets scamper into the lead before the half ended, but regained the lead for keeps just before the third quarter ended. Murphy outseored McGill from the field, but it was their accuracy from the foul-line that added to their advantage. The Panthers connected 8 out zif 15 times from the foul-line while McGill could con- nect only three out of ll times. Southall was the offen- aive hero with 11 points with Chin and Norton following :losely with eight and six points respectively. The Pansacola Tigers tripped the Murphy club in Pen- sacola, 27-25, for the Panthers' first defeat of the sea- aon. The Tigers took a tremendous lead in the early part if the game, but the Panthers 'whittled it down toward :he last and came within a field goal of knotting the zount. "Heetor" Smith was the leading Panther scorer vvtih eight points while Barlow played well on the defense. The Panthers won their second successive intra-city Jasketball tussle when they tripped the U. M. S. Cadets, 34-16, on the Murphy court. Murphy held the lead hroughout and was never hard-pressed by the Soldiers. The Cadets never stopped trying, but didnlt have the guns to penetrate the defensive armor of the Murphy ads. Smith again lead the offensive with 10 points vhile Norton, Southall, and Chin played bang-up floor fames. Murphy's red-hot Panthers won their first game against 'ut-of-town competition when they trimmed the Biloxi ndians, 331-23, hefore a sparse crowd on the Panther ourt. Murphy went into the lead in the first few sec- nds and remained ahead all the way despite a last quar- ei' scoring splurge hy the Indians. The game was a slow moving affair for the most part, hut sped up a hit in 77 From left to right: fseatedl H a a s. tlineelingl Green, Barlow, Kersten, Chin, Wil- son, Maxell, Basset. tStand- ing! Coach Willcox, Towey, Murrill, Everett, N o r t o n. Southall, Smith, llackmeyer. Cozieh lirimm. LETTERMEN the last quarter when Biloxi was battling for the ball and the Panthers were battling equally hard to keep it away from them. Jack' Chin and Byron Kersten led the offensive with nine point efforts. The Panthers ran roughshod over Pascagoula on the Murphy court to hang up a J.-1-19 victory. The Panthers led all the way and were never threatened by the Pasca- goula club. "Hectorl' Smith, forward, paced the Pan- thers with 20 points. The McGill Yellowjackets downed the Murphy Pan- thers, 38-25, on the C. Y. O. court for the Panthers first loss in intra-city play. The Panthers, playing on a small Court, were unable to work the ball in close enough for easy erip shots and resorted to shots from without the McGill defense and off the 'tspotf' Although never able to catch up with the McGill avalanche, the Murphy cagers played a scrappy game, and more than once Chin, bril- liant Murphy forward, threatened the Jackets. Chin with eight points and Southall with six were the Murphy of- fensive leaders, while Barlow and Norton played well on defense. The Murphy Panthers took the lead in the city prep cage race as a result of their victory over the U. M. S. Cadets, 26-2-1, in the most thrilling basketball game of the year. The Cadets outplayed the Murphy club all night, and the Panthers' greater ability from the foul- line was all that decided the contest. U. M. S. lead throughout the first half but lost the lead in the third quarter when the Panthers began to hit their stride. The Cadets battled gamely in the last quarter and knotted the score with one minute to play. But Smith and Ker- sten tossed in foul buckets to give the Panthers their margin of victory. Southall and Smith led the scoring for Murphy with six points each. The Selma basketball team trimmed the Murphy club 22-21 on the Mu1'phy court after playing an extra period. The game wound up 20-20, but the Selmans sank two foul shots to Murphy's one in the three-minute overtime action. It was Selma's better ability at caging free th1'oWs that brought them the Victory as they made six ll. M. S. Murphy 78 Letter Men Harlow Chin Kersten Murrill Letter Men: Norton Smith Southall Wilson LETTERMEN to Murphy's four during the regular playing time. South- all with 13 points was the leading Panther scorer. Murphy's Panthers had an easy time trimming the Pascagoula high lads ISO-7 in Pascagoula. Chin paced the Panthers to their win, the second of the season over the Pascagoula prepsters. Biloxi High was the next team to fall before the Mur- phy team as the Panthers turned them back 37-26 in a well-played ball game. The Panthers broke fast from the start and piled up a first quarter lead that was never stopped. Norton led the scorers with ll points, while Howarth's eight topped the losers. Murphy lost all chance of winning the City Cage Championship as they were defeated -13-18 by the Mc- Gill Yellowjackets on the Murphy court. The Panthers outplayed the Yellowjackets in the first part of the game, although they were trailing by one point at the end of the first half. But in the second half the Murphy defense cracked, and the Jackets began to sink baskets from all angles. Weinacker and Balthrop were the out- standing' McGill performers, as one half of McGill's points was scored between the two. Norton and Southall were the outstanding Murphy players. The Panthers turned on the heat to score an easy 45- 19 victory over the Phillips High team of Birmingham. The Panthers streaked into the lead shortly after the game opened and were never headed as they plucked in buckets from all angles. The Murphians played their smartest game of the year as their offense had the Phil- lips team completely bewildered. Southall and Norton led the scoring' with ll and I2 points respectively, While Chin and Barlow played well on defense. The U. M. S, Cadets gave the Panthers another close call in the final game of the season between the two teams. Murphy was returned winner hy a 34-32 score in a nip-and-tuck battle that wasn't actually decided until the final whistle had blown. The Panthers had to play their best game throughout, as the Cadets fought Selma -f-Murph y 79 ACTION tooth and nail for the hall. The score was tied with one minute remaining to play, but the Panthers made two foul shots good and "frozen the ball the rest of the way. Chin with 16 points was the main cog in the Murphy offense. The Panthers traveled to Selma to play the Cloverleafs and were turned hack 2-1-15 in a slow ball game. The Murphy offense failed to function properly and when the ball was Worked under the basket tor a Heripl' the chance was muffed in the Panthers haste. Norton was the out- standing Murphy player while Drig'g'ers starred for Selma. The Murphy Panthers wound up their IE!-11 basketball season with a splendid victory over the Pensacola Tigers on the Murphy gym, 352-26. The game was exciting and interestfng' throughout with the Panthers showing plenty of ability. Southall was the star for Murphy, while Wil- liams paced the losing team. The Panthers went to the C. Y. O. hall for the annual District Tournament and took three out of four games to win runner-up honors. liyeffion gave the Panthers a surprisingly tough game for three quarters, but in the final eight minutes the Murphy team went into the lead to win 26-20. Murphy staged a eomelmaek in the seeond game and won over U. M. S., 3223-23. ln the third game of the tournament Murphy turned baek the Foley Tar- pons, 36-26, in an interesting' ganie, to enter the finals with McGill. Mc-Gill ran roughshod over the Panthers in the final game to win by a score of 321-265 but the Pan- thers were allowed to attend the state meet in Tusca- loosa because of their second place honors. The Panthers played fine basketball in their first game of the State meet and defeated a tall Boaz team, 138-21. Murphy was far behind at the half, but made a fine comeback' in the second half to win. Sidney Lanier was the next opponent of the Panthers and they poured in baskets from all corners to defeat a tired Murphy team 55-24 thus eliminating' the Panthers from the tourna- ment. Meflill---lVIurp'hy McGill-Murphy 80 First Row: Barlow, Floyd, Hudson, Rice, Demetropolis, Norton Second Row: Kersten, Wragg, Ford, Beckman, Chaillot, Clausen Lynch Morley Third Row: Heath, Wilcox. Captain Norton Scott, Jones, Carpenter, Gainer, Courtney Wright Coach Baseball "Snake" Norton and Bob Carr, captain and manager respectively of the Murphy High baseball team, are expected to lead the Panthers in a successful defense of their city crown this season. Norton has three years of baseball experience, is one of the best hitters on the team, and is well liked by the en- tire squad. He was chosen cap- tain for these reasons. "Snake" has played catcher for the past three years but has been shifted to first base this year. His height and ability to field 'Wound balls makes him suitable for this posi- tion. Besides baseball, Norton was a star on the football and basket- ball teams. 81 LETTERMEN Murphy 4-Jackson 3 The 1941 baseball team began the season with a heartbreaking 5 to 4 loss to the U, M. S. Cadets. The Panthers led for almost the entire game, but a fifth inning rally by the Soldiers brought them two runs and the ball game. But Morley, Panther hurler, gave up but ten well scattered hits during the game and probably would have won except for the fatal fifth. "Snake" Norton, Fred Barlow, and Bill Clausen played well for the Panthers: while Yost and Martin were best for the Cadets. The Panthers journeyed to Cit- ronelle and came home with a 9 to 1 victory under their belts. The Murphy team took the lead early in the game and added to it every inning, with a fine display of hit- ting. The entire Panther team played well, while Hobbs and Dueitt were the hitting stars for Citronelle. Murphy next met the U. M. S. Cadets for the second game of the city series and turned them back 8 to 7 after trailing for five in- nings. Murphy started slow and watched the Cadets pile up a four to one lead which lasted until the fifth when the Panthers began to roll and pushed over five of their eight runs. Wragg, with a triple in the final inning, was the hero March 26-Murphy April April April Barlow April Sffgsssrf gplgig Courtney P1 Demetropolis Ap1'll 2 4 9 11 16 18 23 U. M. S.. -Murphy Citronelle Murphy Jackson . -Murphy U. M. S.. -Murphy Citronelle -Murphy ...... .. Gulfport -Murphy Jackson 1 -Murphy U. M. S.. Murphy 4-Jackson 3 of the game, while Clausen was credited with a double. The win- ners pounded out six hits off the offerings of Alvarez and Tillman. Bert Morley was the Murphy pitcher and tossed a good game after the first few innings. The Murphy Panthers defeated the Citronelle High baseball team for the second time on the Mur- phy diamond, 3 to 2, in a thrilling game. Ford and Carpenter hurled for the winners and Lott itched Despite the loss of the first game to U. M. S., the Panthers are expected to retain the city crown thev have held under Coach Charlie Wilcox for the past two seasons. The team has been im- proving steadily, both offensively and defensively and will be a worthy opponent for any high school team in the state before the season is over. "Snake" Nor- ton, Harold Rice, Bert Morley, and "Skeets" Courtney are holdovers , P for Citronelle. Hobbs and Dueitt were the hit- ting stars for Citronelle, while Floyd's home run featured the Murphy team's hitting power. April 25-Murphy .......... 10 McGill . April 30-Murphy G. C. M. May 2-Murphy McGill , May 7-Murphy G. C. M. Vlay 9-Murphy Open Vlay 14-Murphy McGill . Hay 16-Murphy Gulfport Vlay 21-Murphy Open from last year's team. Newcom ers showing up well in practice in clude Byron Kersten, Fred Bar low, Bill Clausen, Earl Garner, and "Weiner" Southall. 3 A .....,.,. A .....,. Floyd Garner Morley ' ' " ' Norton Rice 83 LETTERMEN ES I 1 li ii af Q 5 it Qs F 4 .',fM1f2'f f"""' w,..mal1x l:Viaw1wfm x - V ,W 'rw W ,, M, A ,WV ,, c W 1 . 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S.: Crawford J.: d'Ornell:-Ls, Sponsor Partrirlgre, S.: Abbot, T Hofheins, M. L.: Huff S. E.: Middle-brooks, L. Vineyard. M.: Kohn, D H.: C':-xffey, J: Cowan B.: Cunningham. N. L. Word, C. E.: Godwin R. L.: Levy, L. Jr. McKenzie. J. T.: Welch J. S.: Wilson, G: Kear- ley. R. A.: Anclreadcs G. J. Gunthorbe, A.: Hamm li.: Pottm-r, L.: liabcnck C. L.: Doyle. R. A. Neely, R.: Horning, G. Gensert li. G.: l-'ugh G. N.: Inge, L.: Cow- sert, E. J. 1 Arts Front: Bethany, Lois: Wilhelm, Constance. Back: Neely, Rosemary: Van Buren, Marie: Wilhelm, Anita: Gaillarrl. Julie. Front : Roberts, Douglas: Janet: Hardee, Betty: Ed. Back: Peterson, Irma! pell, Martha: Dunn Marian: Hirsch, Har Walker, Eunice flfitzgerald, James is a ber without picture sentationj Hood, Davis Chan- avant riette ITIQYH- repre- F an Randlette Art Honors Society Quill and Scroll Left to rig'htfSeated : Karcher Carlin, Moses, Post: Stand- inut Gcrhardt, Kling, Kay- SGT. ,LD 1,l Appreciation of Movies and Radio Purpose of the club: To stimulate in- terest in the discussion and evaluation of movie and radio programs from the standpoint of their educational, com- mercial and recreational value. Joe Brewton .,,,.,,,.,,,ii,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, President J. M. Nelson ,...,,,. Vice President A1111 RObeI'tS0l'1 .......,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Secretary Bill P0ll2.I'Cl ..,.,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,Y,Y,,,,,,,,, Treasurer Miss Josephine Hargrove .,,,.,,,,,,, Sponsor Appreciation of Movies and Radio Purpose of the club: To help pupils in the formulating of standards by which they may evaluate and better ap- preciate moving pictures and radio pro- grams. Marvin Pryor ,.....,, ,i.,...,.,,,.. P resident Ruth Weatherby.. Vice President Lewis Wilder ,...,,.. ...,i...,,, S ecretary Betty Bell .i,,...,,.. .,w,.... T reasurer Mr, E. P. Houston ,,,,.,, ,,,... S POHSOI' Automobile Club study the Purpose of the Club: To automobile and traffic problems and to promote safe driving practices. Roy Button rr,,i,,,,,,,.,,,...,,.. ...,,t,.. P resident William Martin ,,,,,,,,i,.,,ti, Vice-President Billy Beckman ..iw,i...t,....,e.....,i.w.. Secretary Frank Demetropoulos .,YV.......... T1'93SU1'9l' George O'Gwynn Y,,,,,,,,,.. Publicity Agent Mr. R. T. Sawyer ,,,.V, ..V.....V....,V S DOHSOF Philatelic Purpose of the Club: To increase the pupil's knowledge of stamps and to give the pupil opportunity to "trade" stamps with fellow club members. Edward Schlumbrecht .,....,....... President Ja ck' Sowell ...,......,,...,....,.., Vica-President Ed Roy Faddis ,,,.,.,..,.,,.,..,...... Treasurer Sidney Gerhardt ,.......,..,.....,,,..,. Secretary Edward May .......,,. ...Program Chairman Miss Sarita Ilubira .......,.............. Sponsor 92 Parliamentary Law Purpose of the Club: To study and practice correct Parliamentary proce- dure in the conduct of club business meetings, and to instruct club officers in their duties. Leslie Shelton ,.,..,, ,,.,,,.,,,,,, P resident James J. Nelson ,,,.,, ,,,,,, V ice-President Phil Hughes ,..,, ,,,,,, R ecording Secretary Kathryn Harrison ,,,, Corresponding Sec'y Mary Jeannette Harrison ,,,,, .Treasurer Mr. Sidney C. Phillips ,7,, .. .,,,,, Sponsor Local Interest Purpose of the Club: To become ac- quainted with the historic events, cites, and distinguished sons and daughters of this famous city. Lucille Yearger. . .. ...President Joan Cousins ........ ..,.... X 'ice-President Jean Myles .............,... .....,,,, S ecretary H3I'0ld H0flleins .,.,......,. .Treasurer Miss Sallie Withers. .... . Sponsor Hart Hi-Y Purpose of the Clubg To create, maintain, and establish throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. George Harris .............. ........,.. P resident Nicholas Holmes ....... ....... V ice-President Harrell Hixon ........ ............ T reasurer Donald Cooley.. .. .... .Secretary Samuel Higgins.. .... .... . .Chaplain Mr. Unzicker ,,,.,, . . ,Sponsor Murphy Hi-Y Purpose of the Club: To develop higher moral traits in a religious and social manner. Tom Olingei '.......... .. ......... ...President Ponnie McClellan.. . ..V'ce-President Jackie Oswalt... .. . ..... Secretary Joe Guili .......,. .. .. ...... Treasurer Mr. J. C. Massey.. . ...... Sponsor 931 3 l W Q f I 3 I 1 f ' 1 f ff "1k 1 ' A,n,V , A 'A +4 5, ff 4 ' an 1353 M 4 wa if 'b J K Q1 I 'Af" 1 Q ,"1 ,, 5 g,, mf ' A . 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Row 2: McKenzie, Marthag Jay, Francesg Kennedy, Mauriceg Kelly, Allie Morrisg Bell, Doris. Mr. L. L. Stookey Director of Band 'Freshman Chorus Row I: tlieft to right! Lee Brittle: Billy Smith: Phil Youngs: Lindsey Boykin: Jimmy lirigrancsi Jesse Dykes: Glenn Bush: Calvin Dunham: William Hollinirshead: Robert Amesbury: Howard Salter: Charles' Dixon: John McDonald: Iliek Kruse. Row II: tLeft to rirzhtb Evelyn Mayr, lrene Coffin: Patsy Built-n, Gloria Steiner, Mary Louise Farnell, Mary Lee Tindell: Gloria Herndon, Dot Murrill. Mary Yvonne ltunmh, Betty Vox, Euna Lee Hartley, Katherine Mails, La Rue Beatly, Eva Wade Kounty, litta Faye Fox, Mitze Steadham. Row Ill: tLeft to right? Frances Diamond, Katie Butts, Lillian Willard, Edna Green, Margie String:- fellow, Mildred Allen, Esme Lee, Shielia Sprzxuruf-, May lilieanor Rive, Roberta Leamaster, Mary K. Konstanzer, Norma Torp, Betty Southall, Mary Rose l-'ull'ord. Dorothy liolxillard: Sarah Catherine Thomas. How IV: fLet't to right? Betty Schmitt, lfllouise Lee, Matrn d Jones, l'lort-nt-e Spem-e, Valery Con- verse, Barbara Bell, Betty Meliride, Nora Britt, lfldith tlrit't'ifi, ltlizalmeth Slojrieh, Mary Lou Baker Louise McNeil. Janice Malone. Patrieia Young, llorotli' turd. Louise Bell. Bow V: ILL-ft to right? Nellie Sierke, Zelene George, Margzaret. For-li. limma Jean l"ugh, Doloris Payne, Mary Ellen Jones, Annie Mae llawltins, Tommie liullierford, ldvelyn Hammond, Mar- garet Kuikulakes, Helen Burkett, Phyllis Foley, Murtle Hanvey, Elizalieth Demitrius, Doris Scruggs, Evelyn Clark. Boys and Gir1's Glee Club M. J.: Strafford, F. L.: Logan, M.: Roberts, D. L.: liettigr, K.: l'lotka, M.: Meliroom, l'. Mallette, M. L.: Beliech, L. F.: Terry, A.: Richardson, E. A. Hudson, M. E.: Parks, L.: Pelham, ll. K.: Smith, A. J.: Wahl, M.: Kay. M. G.: Mc-Donald, M. Englett, J.: Jones, E. Row UI: fLeft to ripzhtj Morehead, D.: Spikes, M.: Bray, B.: 0'Gwynn, G.: Frost. B.: Carpenter, V. Prine, J.: Liggett, M.: Porter, E. B.: Callaway, V.: Grepke, D. G.: Newell, L. M.: Mrtlarty, L. Steber, G.: Jones, G.: Majors, M.: Finch. M.: Foose. N.: Sweeney. L. Row IV: tLeft to riflhtl Calloway, B.: Brewster, J.: Clay, S.: Northeutt, G.: Post, J.: MeDole, R. Gilroy, D. A.: Pugh, H.: Pugh, G. N.: Bon, N.: Corry, T. IC.: Steadrnan, E. IC.: Bowlingr, B. Brazelton, R.: Olive, M. C.: Prouty, E.: Knox, C. Row V: fLeft to riiihtl McElveen, A. L.: Burroughs, D.: Sharp, IC.: llolston, L.: Moore, H.: Span- yer, E. H.: Entrekin, W. E.: Arendall, J. H.: Haas, T.: Turner, li. L.: Robinson. C. E.: Balyli C.: McDonald, H.: De Bra, U. L.: Dumond, J.: Hoeksema. li.: lfousins, J. Row VI: tLeft to rigfhtl Shewmaker, W.: Allen. J. J.: Bush, J. T.: Ferrill, A. W.: Arbo, L. J. Godwin, B.: Nelson, J.: Miller, E.: M4-Donuugh, J.: VVilkins, M.: Falbe, W. l'.: Hahn, C. T. Cleveland, W.: Harbin, J. A.: Yon, K. S. 99 Iaow I: fLeft to rigzhtj Ellis, A. V.: Sprroles, M. M.: Hamilton, E.: Sawada. L.: Trotter. J.: Watters, Row Il: tLeft to right? Pope, I.: Tyson, E. V.: Vanee, N. O.: Mt-Millan. ll.: Cox-neil. D.: Creel, L. Players Purpose of Club: To interest stu- dents in good drama by studying and producing plays of literary and dramatic value. Freshmen and Sophomores are in the Junior Players, Juniors and Seniors in Senior Players, Stone Stickney, Sr ....,.,.......,,,.. President Gene Kemp, Jr. Ann Lowenstein, Sr ......,.,..,. V.-President B. McPherson, Jr. Marion Johnston,, Sr .............., Secretary M. Moreland, Jr. Betty Gensert, Sr ................,...... Historian Emily Bell, Sr ......... Program Committee R, Randell, Jr. Louise K. Hamil, Sr ................. Sponsors Ruth Knudsen, Jr. Stagecraft Purpose of the Clubg To prepare and set scenery for plays, to work and op- erate lighting for plays, and to care for stage equipment. Jack' Rogers ..,,..., ....... P resident Marie Hansen ............................ Secretary Gloria Bridgewater '.,, ............, ...........,........Corresponding Secretary J. F. Pate ,,,..............,.. Sergeant-at-Arms Mr. F. Lee Bridgewater .............. Sponsor Panther Purpose of the Club: To provide re- freshment for the football crowds and money for the Senior Class. Miss Baxter ,,,,..........,.,................. Sponsor Ushers Purpose of the Clubg To serve the school and community whenever called upon. Brevard Hand ........................ Head UShG1' Stone Stickney ...... Assistant Head Usher Sam Kayser ................................ Secretary Miss Ruth Knudsen ..,,... ....,... S POUSO1' 100 :V ,, 7 M , Us Lb .W hx W llwr FK --nd' Ni' i nf fu -r ' x 7 4+ , F Mm ,g In i, in F iS5if-'Q 15 Q4 Sf fix X 2 v 2 SQ 3 -1. f 1 ,N'g,, Q, if 'K QM fwgyfr X t, Q i 3 Q 'Drk f if ' 'A, K Am L m?3MQQwQG- if V, xxwww ,,,. W, , I 'wEQwQK3- ,U , V f 1 ..f,,., Q, ,UH f 1 39' ' ni. ,wwm w W "A ' H ,-WW r-,Aa?H 4 , if , ygugz W f ,M 5 ' . -ul , V, 7 'M ,F 5 14 '55 Mi, . 1 M 4 1' 'f ggill' ' ,W ,V -Y 0 '13 M-favyfgr V, 2,2,,g,,,.,,QZ W, , . ff gf,.y,N,h,AN,,.f ff ,mm ,.L,,. Aww' r W Vi , ff, uk x -nl 4 fin N., 4 W5f4i?wz A .W M NX' .5 1. Q ... ..- Letter Club Purpose of the Club: To encourage participation and interest in girls' sports: to encourage the spirit of good sportsmanship, and to provide more opportunities to earn a Girls' Physical Education letter, Betty Cook ,.,,.,,.,e ....,,,.,,.,., P resident Dorothea Bitzer ,,i,.,,,.,,,,,,, Vice-President Caroline Prine ,,,,..,.,.,,,,,,........ Secretaary Marion Clark Odom i,.,,,.......,,,,. Treasurer Mary Lee Smith ....,,,...,e Keeper of Points Mrs, Gertrude Crenshaw .,rr..,..... Sponsor "M" Club Purpose of the Club: To better ac- quaint the boys who have made athletic awards. Joe Neal Y,,,,c,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ee,,, P resident Jake Kamphius, ,,,,c,,c,,,,..., Vice-President Jack Chin ,r,,,,,r,,,,,,,, Secretary-Treasurer Mr, Wilcox ,,r,,,,, ,,,,r.,...,,Y.V,..,,,.... S ponsor Pleasure Reading Purpose of the Club: The reading aloud of short stories in a group is a companionable, pleasant enjoyment. We read for the fun of it. Hobby Blount :,:,,,.. ,::..... P resident Mrs. Foote .....,.,... ,,.,,.,. S ponsor Choral Reading Purpose of the Club: To cultivate an appreciation of the rhythm and sense of poetry, to give practice in the oral in- terpretation of p o e t r y in concert reading. Connie W'heeler ....... ........ P resident John Cantrell .........,.,., ...,.... S ecretary Miss E. Lura Moore ...,... ...,,,.. S ponsor 102 Biological Museum Purpose of the Club: For boys and girls interested in Biology, collecting and preserving of animals and plant life, taxidermy, and developing a school museum. John Neal .......,,,, ,,,,, ,,..., P 1 'esident Eugene Sledge ,,,,,, ..,,,, V icc-President James Moore ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, T reasurer John Smith .....,,,....,, ,,.,,, S ecrctary Mr. L. L. Kerzic ,,,,,,, ..Y,,, S ponsor Philatelic Purpose of the Clubg To increase the knowledge of and enjoyment of stamps, and to interest students in starting in- dividual collections. Karl Bretzman ,,,,..,, .,,,,,,,,...... P resident Bonnie Knight ,,.,i. ,,,t,,, V ice-President Lois Anderson ....,,,,,,,,,.., t,,,,,,., S ecrctary Olive Turner ',,v, ..,,,,,,,,,,Y,, . ...Treasurer Mrs. Sherman Perkins ......, ....... S ponsor Coin Collectors Purpose of the Club: For students who find saving rare clubs not only valuable but enjoyable also, Members make and display collections of Foreign and Domestic coins and visit boats for exchange of coins. Cecil Tanllel '....... . ,.....,....., President Carol Mallete ....... ....,.. X 'ice-President Ethel Lee .......... ......,...... S ccretary Ray Lynch .............. ..i.... T reasurcr Miss C1'3ddOCk ....... ....... S Uonsor Radio and Electric Purpose of the Club: To further thc knowledge of the members in the com- plex field of radio and electricity, by the design, construction, and operation of radio and electrical apparatus, Clayton Foscue ....................,..... President Bill Alexander .................. Vice-President Bob Doyle ...........i... Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Andrew Douglas .................. Sponsor l03 Raymond Hoagland Narvie Lu Cunningham Editor-in-Chief Business Manager 1941 MOHIAN Raymond Hoagland, J1' .,,,,, .,,.Y,,............. E ditor-in-Chief Shirley Moses ........A...,,,,,,, ..w... A ssistant Editor-in-Chief Narvie Lu Cunningham .....,.. ,,............... B usiness Manager Brevard Hand .,7,.,, ,......,,, ...7,,, A s sistant Business Manager Runelle Jones ,,7, ...... S taff Secretary Mr. Roy Wilkie, ,, W ,.,7,,, Staff Advisor '41 Staff Sorts Senior Pictures 104 MOHIAN EDITORIAL STAl"I"-- - Left to right: George McGowan, Kunelle Jones, Louise Potter, Rosemary Neely, Mary Jane Jansen, Raymond Hoagland, Mr. Roy Wilkie, Shirley Moses, Marian Vineyard, Jamie CrawI'or4l, Hetty Ilursl, Bill Nivison. Editorial Staff: Jamie Crawford, Hetty Horst, Mary Jane Jansen, George McCoWan, Rosemary Neely, Bill Nivison, Louise Potter, Marian Vineyard, Glenn Wilson. Business Staff: Jane Caffey, Barbara Cowan, Helen Dennis, Marie Hansen, Dottie Kohn, Jane Post, Carolyn Shelton, Theodora Steiner, Elaine Warren Charles VVord. Memlwrs ol' '41 Staff without picture representation: Glenn VVils'un and Charles Word MOHIAN BUSINESS STAFF Left to riyrht: Elaine Warren, Jane Post, Helen Dennis, Marie Hansen, Narvie Lu Cunningham, Brevard Hand, Carolyn Shelton, 'Fheozlora Steiner, Dottie Kohn, Barbara Cowan, Jane Caffey. 105 5 Bynum Green, JF. Sam Kayser Editor-in-Chief Bynum Green, Jr ..... Shirley Moses ........ Sam Kayser ....,,.. Clayton Foscue ....... Mrs. Anita Grimes ..,,.,., Miss Annie L. White ,,,.,.. MURPHY HI TIMES '41 Staff Advertises Subscription Campaign Business Manager ........Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor i,,,,Business Manager Advertising Manager ,,...,.Editorial Advisor ,,,,,7,Business Advisor 4 1, .90 mb .A 106 HI TIMES EDITORIAI. S'I'AFI" Row I: iI,eft to right! Milton Yeager, Connie De Van: Margaret Ruth Carlin: Evelyn Gray: Mzuy Denmarlx: Alice La Costn-1 Mrs. Grimes: Mae Chaim- bers: Hope 0'liann0n. Row II: lLefL to right? Sidney Gerhnrxlt: Shirley Moses: Julie Gziillardz Yvonne Fern: Juek Clolingrer: Robert MvWhirter: Sonhi Winstonly: Arthur Prince: John Mohley: Betty Klinxr: Joan De Szxrdong Louise lnpre George Mznrcussen. Editorial Staff: Louise Inge, Margaret Carlin, Joan D6'S211'Cl0H, Ed. Davis. Reporters: Clolinger, Gerhard, Marcussen, McWhirter, Mohley, Prince, Quinn, Yeager, Benson, Carlin, Chambers, Denmark, DeSardon, DeVan, Fearn, Gaillard, Gray, Grandahl, LaCoste, Kling, O'Bannon, Spain, VVinstanley. Business Staff: Doris Karcher, Pat DuBois, fASSlStZ1I1tSJ Moyer, Pearson, Nelson, Jackson, Gordon, McKenzie, Hofheins, Powell, Lowenstein. HI TIMES lillsiness Stuff Left to rixzht: Dorothy Gordon, Morris Mayer, Doris Karcher, Trrivis Ml-Kenzic, Pat Du Bois, Sam Kayser, Miss White, Clayton Foseue, Ilzirold Hofheins, J. M. Nelson, Leonard Pearson, Marjorie Jaekson. 107 Archery Purpose of the Club: For archery enthusiasts to promote greater skill, kecner interest, and more pleasure in participation. Charles Shiff ,,,,,,,,,,,,,V,,,, ,Y,,.A,,, P resident Mae Braxelton .eVeeeeeeee, a ,,Vice-President Tift PU1'ViS -ff-ff--,,,, .,,SCcl'etary-Treasurer MISS Ora Lining, ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, V , Sponsor Diversified Occupations Purpose of the Club: To develop ap- preciation, understanding and good will among' the members: to develop civic and vocational intelligenceg to assist in promoting vocational educationg and to develop within the member through va- rious social functions a well-balanced individual. Marvin Jackson ....r,,, e,,,,,, P resident Fll0l1iS6 Lassiter .,,,,. , ,,A,Y Secretary KGUDOH Langham ,,,,. ,,,,,, T reasurer MV. Olds ,,..,...,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, S ponsor MiSS Jeffers ...,,,...,, ,,,,,,, S pongor Ml'S, SOI1I'1i0l' ,,.,., AYA,, S p0nS01' Diversified Occupations Purpose of the Club: To develop ap- preciation, understanding and good will among' the members, to develop civic and vocational intelligenceg to assist in promoting vocational education, and to develop within the member through various social functions a well-balanced individual. Aaron Webb ,,..,,, ........,... P resident Charles Reuse, ,,Vice-President Evelyn Vaught ....r... ,,YYY,,,,,,, S ecretary Mr, Olds ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,...,,,,.,,r S ponsor Miss Jeffers ,.,,,,,, ,. ,... Sponsor Mrs. Sonniei -,,,e V.aa.. S ponsor Music Purpose of the Club: To study theory, harmony, instrumentation, analysis of musical composition, and all subjects connected with music appreciation and history. Prominent local musicians are invited to appear on club programs. Clinton Givens ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.....,..,,,, President Ira Swingle , , , ,, ,,Vice-President Hilda Sylvest ,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,, S ecretary Mr. Dahmer , ....,,,,,.,. Sponsor 108 Yo Tappa Kees Purpose of the Club: To give prac- tice in taking dictation, to promote cul- tural programs, to sponsor bridge class- es for Seniors, Uail Crabtree .,,..,,, ii,Y,...,,..,, P resident Jean Cowsert ..,,,,,.,,, ,,.,,, V ice-President Lena Middlebrooks, .rr,...r Secretary Pat Du Bois ....,,,,,.,,. ,,,..... T reasurer Miss Chancellor ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. S ponsor Debating Purpose of the Club: To develop boys in the art of speaking. Tommy Taul ,,,.,i,..,.,,,.,,,,,,,, ,, ,.President Billy Gale .,,,,...,,,... .,,,,, V ice-President Mike Mezaros .,,,,,,,, ,,,, , Secretary John McAndrews ,.,,, ,, ,,,,, ,Treasurer Mr. W. S. Hand. ., ,,.. Sponsor The Know Alabama Purpose of the Club: To study Ala- bamag its history, its resources, indus- tries, and the opportunities it offers its citizens. Charles Mayhall ...,,, ,,,., ,,r,. P 1 'esident W. C, Adams ,,,..,,, .. ,,Vice-President Rose Peters ..,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,.... Secretary James Gilbert ,,,,,, , .. . ..... .Treasurer VValter Bolton.. ,,,, Corresponding Sec'y Miss Josephine Mishuel. ,,,, .Sponsor Travel Purpose of the Club: To make a study of the Latin-American countries through talks given on club days by travelers to these places. Pete Austin ,,.,,,,..,,,.,,,,,..,,, ,,,,,, P resident Lois B1'own ,...,..., ..,,,, S ecretary Frances Hardy .,,....,.,., ,,,r..,, T reasurer Mrs. C. B. Vaughn ....... ......... S ponsor 109 Freshman Auditorium Purpose of the Club: To acquaint the Freshman Class with the Student Government, organizations, and various activities at Murphy High School, and to create good audience habits. Mary Emily Aeree, ,,,,, ,,,,, P resident Jaunice Wood... ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, Vice-President Jean Bobo .....,,,.,..,,, , , ,,,, Secretary Margaret Cook, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, .Treasurer May Eleanor Rice and Dot Murrill ,,,,,,,, .Representatives Mrs. Ruth S. Poole, ,,,,,,,,,,i..,., Sponsor Girl Reserve of Murphy High Purpose of Club: To carry on a pro- gram of discussions, social and outdoor activities, leadership, training, and other group activities made possible by junior membership in the Y. W. C. A. Doris Tanner .,,,,,,,,, , ,,President Katherine Hatch ,,,,,, ,,,, V ice-President Dottie Rawls, , ,, . ,,,,,,,,.,, Secretary Doris Marencovichs ,, ,,,,,,.l Treasurer Miss Eunice Hrunson ,,,,, ,,,,,, S ponsor Psychology Purpose of the Club: To bring the students of Psychology together through professional and social activities and to promote interest in Psychology through- out the school. Sarah Huff. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,......., P resident W. H, Clements .,,., , .,,, Vice-President Henrietta Farnellw, Recording' Secretary Buddy Rcnchei ',,,, Executive Secretary Virginia Williams ,, ,,,,,, ,Treasurer Margaret Glass ,,,, ,, Parliamentarian Richard l7eNeefe, ,.,, , ,, Marshal Miss May Anderson, , ,Sponsor Latin Purpose of the Club: To bring out the human side of Latin and to show how Roman life and speech have in- fluenced our own. It is also to foster the spirit of planning and working to- grether. Dorothy Clolingei ',,, ,, President Petronnella Culivan, ,. ,,,.,,, Secretary Miss Ruth Tait ,,,,,, ,, ...,.,. Sponsor Los Gauchos Purpose of the Club: To supplement classroom work by introducing outside material that will not only add general knowledge of educational value but also increase the students' interest in Span- ish. Marion Butler ,...,,, H ,, ,,.,,, President Yon Sanders ,,,,..,,, ,,,,. V ice-President Mae Campbell .,,,,.,,, ,, ., ..,,.,,,,, Secretary Ruth Warlick ....,...,,,,..,, ,.......,. T reasurer Miss Matilda Jones ,,,..,, ,.,,... S ponsor 110 31 21 - JW wk ,ag kwa! 'kin-if ffiw 'txt 'I ii '--.... , an M' say: G 1, 3 ' EW .anna-n , w af' , 17 Q x Gif, ' -0 4 if , 4 nm y ,,,. 1 . .KL N nM S X , P2 Q33 5 Y f swf? Yuan.- 2 It --vf.. 4 R f E Q- .. Q V kk 'k" f'fZE' s, ' in wi' .lsg , if" ' Q I 5 -mmf 12 if P , N V5 . 1 W, x W 'ani-gag' - I , n ,,.: A gif? . ,V I . ff, ,gif T. A x ',L,, H J 2 "8 'W T7 . bi AIAV , , - W , X 'I mg Y ,, fi, cowma eww Ju:-axon H "fa , , 7 3 I Kwtw, 23 w N HY' W X i 2,355 7ff1wa .L1- L1 :f,,:.:,5f-:15, g:'5g,:: V 9,2533 5 ' T 1,1 'gf . s Y 1 K Q 3. 5 ,, WM ,W Nl x mf .i n k LV ,WR ' ii .,, JACK Ci-HN. MID-YEAR JUNIOR I' fl-5. f ,z V- Wil- 'I-1, fl m1YLii?LwiiLfz . ""'ih'ez - 1 11 BERNICE GUNTER. MlD'YEAR SENIOR J' f W SAM HSGGINS. JUNIOR 115 ---su.-W .lm ,. 4. f .253 2 .V IW? ii ,, .V . fm is -:W ...ll N. , 'ww V , 1' x S , ai f,3.sQ'A'- 0521 I ui 2 V . if Eli 5 s W hat A Life left page: 1. Betty Gensert, Betty Rowling, and Sam Kayser: Z. Mary I.. Wilson, Sam Higgins, 55. Ann Lowenstein, Brevard lland, Jean Prine, and George Mooreg el, Gloria llorning, Sam Higgins, Ann Lowenstein, Brevard Handg 6. Stone Stick- ney, Betty Gensertg T. Wilson and Mooreg 8. Travis McKenzie, Bynum Greeng 9. Gensert, Nick Holmes, Stiekneyg 10. Stickney, lissie V. Tyson, ll. George All' dreades, Gensert, Raymond Hoagland, 12, Hand, Green, Mooreg lil. Hand and Gene King. Fight page: flop to hottomj Betty Gensert and Bill Varnado by desk with school children, llis- covery of the stolen instrumentsg Rehearsal for assemhlyg Faculty members ehecking in School, Sf-hool children getting pass cards signed. l1EJ sf w-:www 'n fx Al sg ia ' K 5 ,J , 1 ! vw uv- 5, Q91 f fclliifxfiin 5+ XS www . K. 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You got the wrong girl, Bakerg 6. See, what'd I tell you?g 7. The bells of Murphy Hig 8. TWo's comnany, beat itlg 9. Right out in the daylight, too. Tch, Tchg 10. t'And so I told him!" says Vineyard: 11. I'll bet Mae's tell- ing 'em about last nightg 12. Kayser and his corny jokes againg 13, Smile sweetly, 11. Probablv reading the latest love letter, 15. lsn't the glare U1 terrible'?g 16. Juvenile trio, 17. Get off the grass, girlsg 18. See anything green?g 19. Drummer boy and associates. Right page: 1. Phys. Ed. Bridge- water does a little workg 2. Mrs. Crenshaw, Mr. Sawyer, Mr. Greer, Miss Smith, and Mr. Bridgewater entertain at din- nerg 3. Charlie lVord, who rep- resents Murphy as Junior Ro- tarian, is seen at lunch with Supt. Griggs and other Rotari- ansg 4. VVillcox tries his hand at teaching for a change: 5. "Sis" Taylor, the darling of the office crew, passes out a Hllass Card"g 6. Even Brother Hatch works at Murphylg 7. Miss Brown always has a smile for us: 8. And who can this man be? 123 .aw 1 gig m +4 wif pf my H532 , ii .Y 9 . a , 6 QM f m ff 2 ' x X ? :W . ' fl' fgggif Gals and Pals eft page: 1. An unposecl photo of the one and only goo-goo, Quinu, and frienflsg 2. This is what makes going to Murphy zz pleasu1'e-Ylial hall, 23. Yezigrer, Gensert, uncl Gloria Promenade after their lunehg I. The wierd Sisters: 5. Tell 'em again, Te- resa, fi, Male harem annex, 7. Tish and Marion founcl 2lSl1CkQ1'Q S. Hulrlu eopies shorthzinclg 9. "Aetress'y Hell is loose againg 10. "For whom the hell tolls", 11. 1'll het that was il eoofl one, 12. Obey the signs, boys, 132. The three little pigs: ll. Take your pick. hoys, 15. The Think- er, 115. lt's zihout time you Wash- ed your teetg 17. Funny, isnlt it'Yg 18. liven sea-gulls come to Murphyg 19. C'z1ssz1no'va 'tElJe" and Ul40Cl1l11V21l'H Kayser: 20. Vhris and eompunyg 21. lJon't be zilarnrefl. It's just Skeets und part ol' the molig 22. Tall, dark, and uhem: 271. Gloria, 2-l. Hoaglzinfl works for 21 ehunge. ight page: 1. Farewell, Ole Mur- phy, 2. Our faithful locker workers, room 175, 35. Emily llell goes fll'k1111iltlK' on us as Queen of Hearts, -1 and 6. No, this is not Foneeption St. flur- ing Mardi Gras-just the halls of Murphy at c-hzinge of peri- odsg Uh, gee, welre almost seniors, 7, llerman Smith, 122, got humpecl hy an auto. J. VV. Sirmon and Feeil King' pay him 21 cally 8. Footliull ussemblyf fstanmlingrl A n n ie C'z1mpl1ell', 1.01-kie XYilson, Doris Karcher, fkneelingil Mike Prieeg EP. The entire Cast of foothall assembly, 10. Cynthia. one reason why the food's ,froofl :at Murphy, 11. Murphyls foothzlll sponsors with escortsfquite sorial, eh?g 12. U. M. S. Sponsors. 125 Www , J Q 'x Xiu qw ---- ' 5' y QM if Just People Left Page: 1. Your dream man, Gilda'?g 2. A group of Murphy's better halfg 3. Three shy girlsg -1. Flag pole-sittersg 5, The nature-lover's idea of a perfect class room: 6. Second child- hood 1713 T. Who is she try- ing to get with that personality smile?g 8. Are four legs better than two?g 9. This is a group of Murphy's other halfg 10. What is she hiding from?g 11. A love letter or a thenie'?g 12. Whats it all about?g 13. The Peanut Galleryg 14, My, how energetic: 15. The Three Mus- keteersg 16. Is it good'?g 17. Six fencing lessons from Senor Nivisong 18. Riding highly 19. Mary Houston--a saucy little Juniorg 20. Must you always eat. Fammy7g 21. VVell, you just did make it, Bobby. Right page: 1. Miss Eanes helps to entertain the mothers of the girls in the Household Manage- ment class when they come to lunchg 2, Vcrmelle Boling serves at our mother's buffet lunch- eong 3. Devern Gates and Myrtle Pennington are busily sewingg -1. In the sewing room in the apartment a group of girls are sewing: 5. Edith Dunn and Olene Boling doing the ironingg G. Audrey Batiste and Zozoa MeDole help to clean up after the luncheong 7. Lyda Williams ready to serve the mothersg 8. Cleo Tanner and Betty Reimer prepare the saladg 9. Another group of Household Manage- ment girls busy with their sew- ing: 10. Kitty Loper and Kath- rine Hatch working in the apart- ment kitchen. 127 H- ,, 1-at 19 s ,ix i . - www!! N492? 'v v ua.. K 1 ' 'im Our Town Left Page: 1. Wedding bells in HOur Townng 2. Doc' Gibb's houseg 3. Milknian Bobby God- win delivers milk to the Gibbs' and the Webbsg 4. It's upstairs in "Our Townug 5. "Just mar- ried"g 6. Hello, Emilyg 7. The Gibbs family enters churchg 8. 'AThe ringug 9. It's breakfast timeg 10. VVhat a beautiful inoong ll. Gossip at the wed- dingg 12. Betty Gensert as Emily VVebb is buried. Four Arts Club Staff Right Dage: fleft to right, ton to bottomj l. Mr. Ray Veninan, Fiusiness Managerg 2. Mr. L, I.. Stookey, 'Musicg 3. Mrs. Louise K. Hamil, Directorg 4, Mr. R. D. Houser, Printingg 5. Mr. Claude Dahmer, Asslt Musicg 6, Mr. F. Lee Bridgewater, Stage Man- agerg 7. Miss Ruth Knudsen, Ass't. Director: 8. 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Z New DIXIC Cafe gg -af I Y 3: -4- 9 R Z Bunn ' E The Home of Fried chicken E 4. fllllf llilllli lllllllilll fl! Ill' ,QQ -sr DEXTER 1986 21 4' 4. Q 61 North Conception St. '5' -:Q -sr if Royal and State Sts. - Mobile, Ala. Z BELMONT 9656 4, 2 Z Z Q: -zrrsrfzffar-:wer-srvzrrsrfzrfsrrars'rs-ef-z-rwrwans'-s--sr-:ww-rfr'zw:w2fr:rr:rrs'-:'-s'-s'rs'-:r'z"zr'z'-z"z'-:w:f-:- CI' here ls Something New 'llncler The Sunll RODIGOLD and RODIGEM We have exclusive agency in Mobile and vicinity of Rodigold and Rodigem, the NEW DIAMOND RING MOUNTINGS and Wed- ding rings that enhance THE APPEARANCE OF A DIAMOND so much it is unbelievable. The price is NO HIGHER than similar well made mountings, but there is such a vast difference, THIS NEW RODIGOLD and RODIGEM is astounding. Our vast experience helped us see the possibilities in Rodigold and Rodigem in its pioneering stage and accounts for our now having the exclusive dealership of Rodigold and Rodigem, while other jewelers are clamoring for the privilege of offering this unbelievable Rodigold and Rodigem. We are also exclusive dealers of keepsake diamond rings, the Nationally Advertised diamond rings approved by Good House- 'U A keeping Magazine. We feature other nationally advertised lines too numerous to mention. A few are Bulova, Elgin, Gruen, Cort, Longines, Agassiz, Avon, and In- gersol watches. Seth Thomas, West Clox, Big Ben, Baby Ben, Ingram, Session and other clocks. Sheaffer and other Fountain Pens. Justin, Amity, Springfield and Rolf's leather goods. International Sterling, Man- chester, Holmes and Edwards Sterling Inlaid, 1847 Rogers, and other popular priced silverware. Bell and Howell, Keystone and l Univex Moving Picture Equip- ment. Argus, Agfa, Eastman, Graflex, Zeiss, Leica and other Cam- eras. Many grades of blac'k and white or natural color flims. In addition to offering a most complete stock of nationally known fine diamonds, Watches, rings, silverware, cameras, film, fountin pens, radios, jewelry, etc. at popular prices, We maintain Mobile's most up-to-date, complete watch and jewelry repair de- partment. Four watchmakers, Mr. Harris for fourteen years Mo- bile's only certified watchmaker, and one other of these four watchmakers are expert diamond setters, engravers and jewelers. It is false economy to trust your work to any but the most capable workmen. You get more for your money here. Our pol- icy of giving better quality and more, friendly service accounts for our many satisfied customers, who are good-will ambassadors di- recting their friends to the store of Cliff Harris Jewelry and Camera Co. 14 Years Mobile's Only Certified Watchmaker USE OUR DIFFERENT CREDIT PLAN 203 Dauphin St. Mobile, Ala. 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