Murphy High School - Mohian Yearbook (Mobile, AL)

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W., A I A. V i 1.1. '- , f-,f . f -..- W f T ,A ' , f! J A! ,f',,,'g9J, wfjjvyd jckgfia fig' - 6 , .f4,q f vg J K . 'K I tw 4. ,, m' wk ,-'VN Q . x W' . v xl! ..g I ,.r, I . ,.d . 4 'fi M., 71 ? 5 p 1 . i 1 NTB' 'Y I i mmm nz: .1 .wmv mm 'mu sfnnuu muLnm.1.l-mum: 4 MOHIAN BOARD IRENE PELLETIER, BUSINESS MANAGER BOB DOYLE, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JOHN ROY SMITH, SNAP-SHOTS MR. ROY R. WILKIE. SPONSOR ART BOARD MISS CLYDE KENNEDY, DIRECTOR MILDRED COSTA, ARTIST MARIAN DUNNAVANT, ARTIST BETTY HARDEE. ARTIST ART AND REPRODUCTIONS GULF STATES ENGRAVING CO PRINTING AND BINDING HEITER-STARKE PRINTING CO SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHS HAMMEl.'S STUDIO THE MOHIAN 1942 VOLUME XVI PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF MURPHY HIGH SCHOOL MOBILE, ALABAMA t 21151:- Q f Q yf 1? 4 xg N If if ,igpflkgy DEDICATION HER FULL NAME IS MISS EFFIE LOU BROWN, BUT WE ALL KNOW HER AS .JUST "EFFIE LOU." QUIET EFFICIENCY IDENTI- FIES HER AS THE BEST OF REGISTRARS: AND IN YEARS TO COME WE SHALL NOT FORGET HER WARM WELCOME, HER PLEASING MANNER, AND THE FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE OF THE "BACK OFFICE" CREATED BY HER SPIRIT OF HELPFUL GUIDANCE. TO YOU EFFIE LOU, WHO HAS GIVEN THE WORD. "FRIEND" A REAL MEANING. WE LOVINGLY DEDICATE OUR YEARBOOK. "HX I 1 FOREWORD EVIDENCED IN THE MAYFLOWER COMPACT, HEARD IN THE FAR CRY OF THE COLONIST AGAINST "TAX- ATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATIONQ' REFLECTED IN THE LIGHT FROM THE OLD NORTH CHURCH TOWER, SEEN IN THE SPIRIT OF LEXINGTON, BUNKER HILL, AND VALLEY FORGE, RESOUNDED IN THE PEAL OF THE LIBERTY BELL OF INDEPENDENCE HALL, SIGNED IN A DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, WRITTEN INTO A CONSTITUTIONHTHE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY IS THE CORNERSTONE OF OUR NATION'S FOUNDATION. I- - -5 5 . B L' . QA mofofx 205650 A avogxb Wtvmxn I X0 Lana 5 ,thaw 6x-AJ,1x ,L I 1 bex Vu. 'Wx MRO! Ibv0mi'Qu xl Xxtw, rox Eg A wif of X,-0' UQ O-X Xu I 9 ok ov vu 'qxoxkuf e., up 4xx A A.. . , Q-:I 1 .-ag-' I 4 . ev-P: f p Mill 9 G 3 W 'ESV 06 ' 'V 1 o ,vo R R IT' 'I WP 5,3 2 -Z THEME AT A TIME WHEN THE DEMOCRACIES OF THE WORLD FACE THE THREAT OF A CONQUERING DICTATOR. II' IS FITTING THAT VVE MAKE RECOGNITION OF OUR PRECIOUS HERITAGE AND GLIMPSE ITS PROGRESS THROUGH EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF OUR NATION WE, MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS OF MURPHY HIGH SCHOOL REALIZE THAT OURS IS THE PRIVILEGE OF HELPING IN THE PROGRESS OF AMERICAN DE- MOCRACY AS WE INCORPORATE THE "AMERICAN VVAY" IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES. 45 - ..,, ix.-nl 11-:vu-..1wu..x.1-Q-gx x .n. . , BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK I II III IV V VI V CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION - - CLASSES - ATHLETICS ORGANIZATIONS - SCHOOL LIFE -ADVERTISEMENTS -fy I 'Q Ia N09 XJ ' 'af 'lx '. A ' H S. ,Y ,, 314 mf - 'L 1-2' ' 11: b l ' ,xy X ' 1. -1 f l 5 I . , ' .4 , .Iv .ff we rl-1 :" A.: 4- Y. 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'X - ei 5""' L-Www., 4 1 .V lm . - gfif v '- " wx q, .. 72-as-X' 'fw?f. ff 'e 4-if-'wimf M- . lin-:u1lif'11l Old Unk The Fine Arts Building e Q WI ADMINISTRATION BORN OF THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY, OUR COUN- TRY HAS HAD A HISTORY OF GROWTH MADE POSSIBLE BECAUSE HER GREAT STATESMEN-SONS HAVE CHER- ISHED AND NOURISHED THAT SPIRIT IN THEIR LEAD- ERSHIP. FROM THE INAUGURATION OF OUR GEORGE WASHINGTON AS FIRST PRESIDENT ON THAT MEMOR- ABLE DAY IN APRIL, 1739 TO THE EPOCAL MEETING OF OUR PRESENT ROOSEVELT WITH ENGLAND'S GREAT CHURCHILL. HISTORY HAS SHOWN OUR LEADERS TO HAVE BEEN IMBUED WITH THE IDEALS OF DEMOCRACY. IT IS TO SUCH DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP, PARALLELED IN MURPHY'S ADMINISTRATORS, THAT OUR SCHOOL OWES ITS PROGRESS LIKE OUR NATIONAL GOVERN- MENT, WHICH BOASTS A REPRESENTATIVE BODY IN ITS TWO HOUSES OF CONGRESS, MURPHY PROUDLY CLAIMS HER ADVISORY AND STUDENT GOVERNING COUNCILS. rjj'Xpfj. k I "I -. Z u -5 Z 'C' 'ZQQ I WELCOME TO SIDNEY CLARKE PHIL- LIPS, unanimously elected as the new prin- cipal of Murphy High School. Mr. Phillips was born December 21, 1894, in Cohoes, New York, attended public schools, Bing- hamton, N. Y., completed high school work University Military School, Mobile, entered Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, 1915, in junior year, 1917, entered army, overseas May, 1918-May, 1919, was made member of Order of the Purple Heart, re- entered Auburn, September, 1919, was graduated B. S. 1920, post graduate M. S., 18 1937, Thesis: "Life and Writings of Au- gusta Evans Wilson", Past Commander, Lamar Y. McLeod Post No. 3 American Legion, Past President, Mobile Lions Club, Past Member Personnel Board, Mobile, County. Previous to the appointment of Mr. Phillips as principal of Murphy High School, he was an inspirational member of the English department for five years of his seventeen years of teaching experience. In this true welcome is expressed the wish that his continued work at Murphy be "Bless'd with victory and peace." Tribute by Miss M. Aline Bright For fifteen years Mr. K. J. Clark was principal of Murphy High School. We found him a wise and courageous leader, calm and steadfast in perilous times. We learned to respect him for his sane judge- ment, his integrity, his unswerving loyalty to his convictionsg we learned to love him for his sincerity, his great kindliness, his unfailing sympathy and understanding. We regret that his position as assistant super- intendent of schools will remove him from Murphy, but we rejoice that his new work offers him even greater opportunities for friendships and for service. -Tribute by Miss E. Lura Moore. hm... mmm , acuffy riifoigama Miss Effie Lou Brown, Mr. Claude Dahmer, Mr. IS. 'l'. Dobbins, RQL!iSlT2ll' Director of Orchestra Dire-clur of Athletics Miss Hazel Driver, Mrs. Grey DL-vilbiss, Miss Mary L. flumxzllm- D1-an of Girls Assistant Librarian SL'Cl'Cl2ll'Y Mrs. Anita Grimes, Miss Hattie Gresham, Mrs. Luuisv Hamil, Editorial Director Hi Times Dietitian Director of Dramatics izzcuffy ozfgsu 1l.s .le--wiv llzinsnn, Mrs. llalliv Mi'illlj'l't'. Miss M. IC. Mmvffzxf. VI:-Via Assislunt Iliutilinn l.ilu':il'inn ' s I1 X- 1 Q r. L, l., Sluulu-y, Miss Williv 'I':1ylor, Mr. W. L. Unzirlu-r, lJil'1-vlul' nf Mllsii' li0i'41l'1l Ulvrli Advisor tu Nuys 'Y rv., r - , Li, "" 1 P, " . - fi "YA 51:- M .. J ' I 43 4 i R4 Mr. l'--1-il Warsl. Mr. Roy Wilkie, Miss Annio Lou While, lluulur of Vuvantiunnl Ed. Ililvulur nf School Annual lhlsinvss lliwclnl' Ili Times 21 .srzsuz iizcuffy Stunslimr: ilvft in rigxhil Suzie nicr. I'IUlls'lUIl. Vsurprhun. Mrs C. B., Waters, Shaw, Lawler. Kerzic. Seated: Moore. R.. U r ll Il ll Green, E., Clark, Woolley Whatlc-y, Grimes. Pool.-, Fur- ney. Stanslimzz th-ft. tu riuhtl Munn-, l". D., Ul'quhul't, Mar- iun, Ross, Vislulo, FlIlC'h6'I', W W., Stl-elm-, lirillgvwatur. Seated: F'ulcher, Mrs., Vande- pfrift, Rubira, Culliervon, Gat- lin, Smith, A. L., Smith Mrs. W. G., Hurgzruvv, J., Craddock. Standing: lleft 10 right! Iiakvr. Spradlin. Dobbins. Will- cox. Douglas, Knuclsen, Billllliki. Sealed: Muon, Marion, Mrs., Lininpz, Tait, Ruth, Jones, Gay, Hahn, Shew, Sclatcr. 'ski' Jllllllbn' Stumlimfr H1-fl in rivhtl H'nuLfll!1'r, Sith rlv, l'ImIvr.c-, llillnnrv, llllllsnn.IH-l'lxil1w,M'l fu-y, llund, lin-zlwl-ll, Smut:-al: Alnh-rrsmx Mi N3 Mmm:- l'l. L.: Mivhun-I, K: :Im-sly, I-'unix-. M1u'lvu1!, 'I'uthill, Maxrvh, Mur- rirnu-llc. Smmlimzc th-ft In rixrhtx Hlldtlvrm, Vlllllfhilll, .l. lf: Hrn-A lunnl, Alf-xzuuln-r. 1l'Urm-liens, Whitv, Phillips, Amivrfmn, li., In-il:-r. S 1- u 1 1- al: Frm-rwhuw, llnxlvr I! r i pf h 1 , liruisln-r, With:-rs. lluln-, Murphy. l"ul'4-huml, lbur- hum. gslzsznz jldllffll Sinlulillurt Hx-fl tu right! IM-nnis, Vvnmzm, Iluluml, Sum' lvtun, Sitz. Usry. lluusvr. .l, W. l'. liruwn. Q4-:lin-ml: ll :x h m 1- r, .lvfff-ries. Vurifoy, Ilururnv--. Suv, 'Futn-. l,, M4-lluh-. llnwlim:, lqhnn- L'1'llnl', Sllmkvy. 23 Awclgoof af Cwfozg. Qur lrcuture. Spcretm-ies Miss Forehand's Class Studies U. S. History l l Les Jeuncs Flllos Learn from Mottsicur 'Vcnman Visual 'English-A"I'he Cantebury Pilgrims I K Wheeler and Hand Work Solid 24 agcgoof af fmfoi Leis l'lny linll Mrs. liruistvr lnslruvth' in Fomls Ev:-n Girls ure Suiontific Tnforcslinpg Shop Work Vocational Worker Sw 1 ., 6 25 .gcgoof af fwjozg , S.. vw--""JAJew.6 M111-phy'5 Busy Artists WL-Harv S1.m'0-fMu1'1rhy's Service Organizzxtiun v Hunks! Iinuks! Hunks! Mlll'lYhy'S Viiilmill FHVUYFB' Orchestra Plays For Graduation 26 The friend of every boy and girl, ever ready to give assistance and sympathetic encouragement when it is needed, a shin- ing example of good sportsmanship in its broadest sense, founder and director ofthe Welfare work which has been so wonder- fully carried on in this school for many ax years, lVlobile's outstanding citizen, Mur- phy High School's beloved Assistant Prin- cipal-MISS MAE EANES. For all that you have meant to the Class of 1942, and will continue to mean in the future, We your boys and girls offer our lasting appreciation, gratitude and love. -Tribute by Mrs. Edith Murphy And when the one great Scorer comes To write against your name lIe'll write not that you Won or lost But how WELL you played the game." -With apologies to Grantland Rice STUDENT COOPERATIVE GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION President Governing Council.. Vice-President ........................... OFFICERS Secretary ............,......................... Chairman Advisory Council ..i.... Vice-Chairman .......................... Clerk .................... COMMTTTEE MEMBERS Charles Broun V.w.............,....,................ Publicity Connie DeVan- .......... ......... N 0111.-ElGCtl01'1S Myrtle Lee DeVan ...... ............. C ivic Welfare Ann Higgison ..........i.,i,.............,. Civic Welfare Nick' Holmes ,....,,,..,.,...,,., Boys' Dressing Room John Earl McDona.:l ....,.................,....,...... Yard Lionel Noonan ,.,..,.,,..,,.. ,....... Y a1'd Robert Arendall ...,i., Betty Griggs ...,..... Harold Murph1'ee..A.-.l.. ..,i.,....Traffic .......Publicity .,..,....Locker Shirley Roberts ...,... ,.......................... H onor Jimmie Nelson- .... ..,i,,,,.....Auto Parking Gloria Herndon .,...,.......... Girls' Dressing Room ..................... Lost-Found May Eleanor Rice ......, Dorothy Gwin ....i.,.., Warren Webster ........ Dot Murrill ........,i. James Nelson ..,..,,,,,, 28 ...,..Nom.-Elections .......Civic Welfare ........,.............Traffic ...,,.,,Bicycle Parking President Higgins, Secretary McLean, Vice-President Noonan ....Sam Higgins Lionel Noonan Janice McLean Q. Adams ..M'orris Mayer ., Helen O'Neil Mayer, 0'Neill, Adams, Advisory Council Officers Slznmlinu llc-Ft tu riirhli llixruins, Ilulmvs, N1-Isun. .lunu-s, Noumnn, lVIz1ullun:xlfl lawn, Murphrn-1-, Arunmlnll, N4-Ison. J. '41-uh-si: lli-fl tu right! Ili:---. Ill-rmimi, Murrill. Rulwrls, ML'i.v:m, lirixxus, lla N an Iii 1" Us , " 14 , 'V:ln, l'unni1', lliirpzisun. xV!'i Governing Council Meeting Svciinn Rvprvsvniutivvs to Advisory Council Window Decorated for Christmas by Art Class of Murphy TWH?" W I .47'L"1:-' .. 1 1 'lf " Z XZ-.. E,..p:T'5 l z CLASSES "WE HOLD . . . THAT ALL MEN . . , ARE ENDOWEE- . WITH CERTAIN . . RIGHTS: . . . LIFE, LIBERTY, . . . THE FURSUIT OF HAPPINESS." SO WROTE OUR ANCESTORS IN THEIR DECLARATION OF INDEPEND- ENCE, "WE, THE PEOPLE . . . TO . , . PROMOTE THE GENERAL WELFARE, AND SECURE BLESSINGS OF LIB- ERTY TO OURSELVES AND OUR POSTERITY." WROTE THEY IN A CONSTITUTION. LIBERTY IN WORSHIP, OP- PORTUNITY IN EDUCATION, FREEDOM OF THE PRESS! UPON THESE HAS OUR NATION GROWN. FROM THE CRUDE LOG SCHOOL HOUSE TEACHING ITS 'READlN', WRITIN'. AND 'RITHMETICU TO OUR MODERN WELL- EQUIPPED SCHOOLS WITH THEIR VARIED PROGRAMS: FROM THE RUGGED CIRCUIT-RIDER OR PRIEST WHO EXHORTED UNDER THE VAULTED ROOFS OF PRIMITIVE FORESTS TO THE GREAT CATHEDRALS OF THE F"RES- ENT FROM THE FIRST POORLY PRINTED SHEETS TO OUR ELABORATE NEWSPAPER DAILIES H- WE SEE GROWTH BUILT UP'ON THE IDEALS OF A DEMOCRATIC NATION WHICH RECOGNIZES THE RIGHT OF EACH IN- DIVIDUAL TO KNOW HIS GOD, HIMSELF, AND HIS FEL- LOW MAN AS CHURCH, SCHOOL. PRESS HAS CON- TRIBUTED TO NATIONAL GROWTH. SO EACH CLASS'- FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE, JUNIOR, SENIOR-CONTRIB- UTES TO MURPHY S PROGRESS. w I xXx 7- -"5 H --Qs., Xfaq X TH' '-vom... L1 lxk ::..':, -...TTLFW-.1'f:',, 'L -- -5 IT.:' ,- V-.. ivx' Gif ,Sf CK 'V W.. wlf Top: lleft to right! 1. Cook, Bohn, Wood. 2 Swingle, Faddis, Dudley. Lower: ileft to risrhtl 1. Culivzm, Rossman, Shullg 2. Theris, Mutehniek, Hughes. 54. Mullette. 0'Cunnor, I'eters'. 4, Deer, Armbreehl, Stewart. llridxrewater. - lf' v JBWHIIFM Q 25 Ufau Lofflcsu The Presidents are as follows: Carole Mal- leite, Jan. '+12g Roy Batten, June '42g J. M. Nelson-, Jan. '43g Ira Swingle, June '43g Vi- vian Culivan, Jan. '44g William Theris, June '44g Betty Lee Strong, Jan. N153 Linda Bridge- water, June '45. The Vice-Presidents are as follows: Jack Rogers, Jan. '-123 N. Q. Adams, June 5125 Ed- ward Dudley, Jan. '43g Jean Redmond, June H135 Harriet Rossman, Jan-. '44g Janice Wood, June '44g Howard Mathis, Jan. '45g Sara Ann Stewart, June 215. The Secretaries are as followsg Rose Peters, Jan. '42g Starr P1'0lSd0I'f61', June '-123 Max Mutchnick, Jan. H135 Doris Strickland, June z - 5.1 , ww-ulif. - r 'Ng NJ 'f' " If' .nl 'NIV A .. v--" - -- -.. 1 'X 2.1 'Y' 1 an 4 ' 1 -1. 41 . n lui! iii Ula tif 'wfg QA GW "s I' p--q-. ,1,.. . .N 44 V .J . .KJ . 'v .wg .11 I , .. 13 ffgz aria W , . it 0 A u ss nn no ,1 .2-Q u -ini' 43: 'QQ . W N R H X, 51 .'u,. f.- ,. - a YJ' - T g-y-:-W,...- . rn..- pv-T ,g , N ' m -ff V. 19 Aw" ., ii. 7942 CLIZLLCUZ 4,5 .-.vu !'. ff' g s 2 5 E E '71 X ? ,L Jw 32 X? X bk 4, QV K 1 ' "fi W. . 1 f vf "bw V , fa , A. f g V ff 'I - , N - "TO US. DEMOCRACY IS TWO THINGS-A FORM WILLIE CLAUDE ADAMS, "Dub": Pres. Know Alabama Club: Scribblers Club: Murphy Hi-Y: Football 2: Welfare Klng 2-8: Biology C'lub . . . MARY CEBILE BAIN. "B": Girl Reserves Club: Psychology Club 3: Hoe and Rake Club 4: Locker Office S-4: Emergency Room 4: Teacher's Ass't. 3. MARY SHAW BASHFORD: Girl Reserves 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Chin Chln 4: Study Hall Monitor. MARY AGNES BOBINGER, "Pudding" . . . DICK BOY- KIN, "Sllck": Pres. American-Youth-Forum: Murphy Hi-Y: Sec'y. Know Alabama: Football 3: Varsity 4 . . . LAVIECE BRANTLEY: Locker Monitor 4. HAROLD JOSEPH BRUNSON: Yard Monitor 2: Monitor 4: Treas. of Club 4: Know Alabama 4 . . . JAMES EDWARD CARR, "Drummond": B Band: A Band: Traffic Monitor 3: Traffic Inspector 4 . . . GEORGE CAVINESS, "Breezy": Model Club 2: Travel Club 4: Emergency Room 4. ARNOLD WILSON CHRISTIE, "Christie": Spanish: Trav- elers Club: Intramural Baseball . . . JANET GWENDOLYN COAN, "Gwen": Spanish Club 8: Section Reporter 8: Sec'y.- Treas. Chin Chln Club 4 . . . ROSA LYDIA CRENSHAW. "Chubblns": Novelty Club 1: Know Alabama 8-4: Girl Re- serves 2: Cheering Sec. 2-3: Teacher's Ass't. 2-3: Library Ass't. 4. JAMES B. EZELL, "Geezell": Hobby Club 2: Baseball Man- ager 2: Track Team 8: M. Club 4 . . . JOHN SEBASTIAN GAMUNDI, "Jackie": Sec'y.-Treas. Math Club 4: Pleasure Reading Club 2-3: Engineering Club 4 . . . DOROTHY LOR- RAINE GERHARDT, "Dot": Sec. Reporter 8-4: Study Hall Ass't. 4: A. B. L. S.: Attendance Monitor 4: Intramural Sports 1-2. KATIE DIANA GREEN: Vice Pres. Chin Chin 4 . . . CHARLIE DORIS HANSEN, "Dot": Band 1-8: Teacher's As- slstant 2: Know Alabama Club 3-4: Consumer Education Club I-2: Locker Monitor 2: Library Assistant 3-4 . . . MILTON DOUGLAS HAWKINS, "Nipper": Safety First 1: First Aid 2: Aviation 3: Engineering 4. DORIS KIRKPATRICK, "Dash": Emergency Room 2-3: Locker Inspector 2: Sec'y. Alabama Junior Academy of Science 4: Teacher'u Ass't. 1-4: Traffic Monitor 4: Sec'y. Biology Reference 3-4 . . . MARJORIE ANN LADNIER, "Margie" . . . ANN ISABEL LEE, "Izzie." FRANCES McDONALD, "Mac": Girls Emergency Room 1: Office Ass't. 1: Letter Club 1-2-3-4: Teacher's Ass't. 8-4 . . . GEORGE TALLY McKENZIE, "Mac": A Band 3-4: A Orches- tra 4: Vice Pres. Music Club 4: Music Club 2-4 . . . CAROLE GREY MALLETTE, "Lucky": Pres. Mid-Year Senior Class 4: Vice Pres. Coin Club 3: Locker Monitor 2: Four Arts Club 8: Study Hall Ass't.: Sec. Reporter 3: Adv. Council Reporter: Intramural Sports 2: Chairman Coin Club 4: Sec. As's't. 1-4: Players 8: National Honor Society. ARVA MORTON. "Mszie" . . . VIRGINIA LEE NEEL. "Brown Eye-s": Girl Reserves Club 1: Locker Inspector 2: Hoe and Rake Club 4 . . . MADELINE KATHRYN NORTH- CUTT, "Gnbby": Spanish Club 8: Monitor 3-4: Chin Cbln Club 4: Temcher's Ass't. NORMAN KERRY O'CONNOR. "Skeeter": Treas. Mid-Year Clas 1-4: Pres. Architect Club 3-4: Traffic Monitor 8: See. Reporter 3: Sec. Favorite 8: Adv. Council 4 . . . VERNON O'SHEA. "Dynamite" . . . ROSE ESTELLE PETERS, "Tuts": Gle-e Club 1: Vice Pres. Mid-Year Class 2: Sec'y. Girl Reserve 2: Treas. Know Alabama Club 3: Sec'y. Mid-Year Class 4. VERNA CECILE ROBINSON. "Robby": Locker Monitor 1: Girl Reserves 1-2: Know Alabama Club 3-4: Teacher's Ase't. 4: Glee Club 3 . . . ELMER AUBREY SCHULTZ: B Band 1: Sec'y.-Treas. Architect Club 3-4: Outing Club 1-2: Trafflo Inspector . . . JOE WARREN SMITH. JACK WESLEY SPRINKLE: Know Alabama Club: Track Team 3: Football 4 . . .CARL HENRY STANGE: Band 1-8: Aviation Club 2: Architect Club 3-4 . . . ESTHER LEONIE giHlA'lLCHER. "Toots": Girl Reserves 1: Red Cross Sewing u . ETHERIDGE LEWIS TURNER: Outing Club . . . CHARLES RICHARD WALLACE, "Dick": Hobby Club 2: Sports' Appre- ciation 4 . . . WILLIAM FAY WARD: Pres. Garden Club 1-2: Debating Club 4: Cafe 4. MILTON ORION WEST . . . GLORIA JUNE YOUNG. "Bubbie": Travel Club 4. :JW -' - gn 'Q W ME , 9 1' Q ' w X, F Q3 ::Q'J.5'5": - 4 5? ,ga f 14 7042 Q ,..-p Vx' 1-jg' OF GOVERNMENT AND A FEELING IN THE MIND KATHRYN JOSEPHINE ABRAMSON, "Kat": Girl Reserve Ulub 8-4: Biology Study Club 2 . . . NOELIE CELEST ACK- ERMANN: Band 1-2-8: The N. 0. Paper . . . NON QUINCY ADAMS: Gov. Council 8: Vice Pres. Class 4: Chairman Adv. Council 4: Murphy Hi-Y B-4: Usher Club 3-4: Mohian Staff 4: Vice Pres. Scribblers Club 2: National Youth Forum 8: Golf-Club 4: Cafe 8-4: Pathfinder Committee 3. JUDD ROBERTS ALLEN, "Dopey": Yard Monitor 1: Traf- fic Monitor 3: Reading Club 2-3-4: Movie and Radio Club 1 . . . MATT ANTOINE: Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Automobile Club 3: Math Club 4: Intramural Sports . . . ROBERT A. AR-ENDALL, "Booty": Adv. Council 1: Class Pres. 2: Student Council 8-4: Players 3-4: Usher Club 8-4: Harte Hi-Y 3-4. JOSEPH CONRAD ARIAS: Math Club 3: Music Club 2: Aviation Club 4: Band 3-4: Orchestra 4 . . . ADRIAN OLIVER ARRAS, "Sap": Reading Aloud for Pleasure . . . PETE OGILVIE AUSTIN, "Mozo": Pres. Travel Club 3-4: Mohian Staff 4: Sec. Rep. 4: Coin Club 2. JOE AZZEM, "Buhba": Freshman Auditorium Club 1 . . . SYBIL MAE IKAGGETT, "Sib": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Music Club 2: A Band 2: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Welfare Queen 8: Teachers Ass't. 4 . . . DOROTHY ANITA BAILEY, "Nita": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Four Arts Club 2: Spanish Club 3-4: Teacher's Ass't. 3: Locker Monitor 2. RACHEL LEE BAILEY: Local Interest 4 . . . SARAH JANE BAILEY, "Janle": Tennis Club 4 . . . BETTY BAKER, "Bets": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Office- Asst. 2: Biology Club 2: Office Ass't. 8: Cafe 3: Equitstion Club 3: Psychology Club 4. RUTH NADINE BALLARD. "Natty" . . . EMIL MICHAEL BALZLI: Stamp C'lub 2: Woodworking Club 4: Freshman Aud. Club. 1 . . . FRED CECIL BARLOW: Football 3-4: Basket- ball 8-4: M Club 8-4: Adv. Council 4: Sec. Rep. 4. AUDREY ELAINE BATTISTE, "Bat": Freshman Chorus! Movie and Radio Club: More for Your Money C'lub . . . ROY BATTON, "Sunshine": Pres. of Class 1: Rep. to S. C. G. A. 2: Rep. to S. C. G. A. 8: Pres. Senior Class 4 . . . ED- WARD BISHOP BAUMHAUER, "Long": Adv. Council Rep. 1: Treas. of Class 2: Pres. of Class 8: Mohian 4: Football 42 Murphy HI-Y 8-4: Scribblers Club 2: Radio and Electric Club 8: English Ass't. 2: Lost and Found 2: Head Usher 4. I 4 bf S Q' W xi-Q--J 37 WILLIAM JOSEPH BAYNES. "Billy": Philatelic Cluh 2: Archery Club 3: Sketch Club 4 . . . WILLIAM EWART BECKMAN, "Billy": Harte Hi-Y 3-4: Intramural Basketball 1-3: Football 3-4: Baseball 3-4: M Club 3-4 . . . CURTIS SEXTON BEDFORD: Glee Club 1: Public Speaking Club 2: D. 0. Club 3-4: Pres. D. O. Club 4. GRACE LUCILLE BENDER: Dance Club 2-3: Civil Service 4 . . . FREDERICK GEORGE BENEDICK: Locker Monitor 4: Baseball 2-3 . . . NONA SUE BENSON. "Baby": Fresh. man Chorus 1: Freshman Aud. Club 1: More For Your Money 2: Sec. Rep. 2: Choral Reading 8: Teacher's Ass't. 1-4: Psy- chology 4: Sec. Chairman 3: Hi Times 8: Editor Hi Times' 4. ALICE LUCRETIA BENTON: Letter Club 2: Pres. Letter Club 3: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Sec. Rep. 3-4: Athletic Rep. 2-3 . . . MARION BEIRTOLOTTI . . . WILLIAM CASIMERE BETBEZE, "Billy": Band 1-4: Orchestra 1-4: Scribblers Club 2: Music Club 3-4: Harte I-Ii-Y 1. JERRY WILLIS BETHEA, "Doc": Garden Club 1-2: D. O. Club 3-4: Stamp Club 2 . . . SADIE ANNETTE BETHEA: English Ass't. 2: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Typist 4: Yo Tappa Kees Club 4 . . . DOROTHY LUCILLE BILBO, "Dot": Locker Monitor 2: Dance C'lub 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4. JAMES ELTON BLACKMAN, "Jimmie": Freshman Chorus 1: Glee Club 2: Reading Club 2: Spanish Club 8: Football 3-4: Sports Appreciation Club 4 . . . RANDOLPH COMPTON BLYTH: Locker Monitor 1-2: Office 8: Reading Aloud for Pleasure Club 2: Engineering Club 3: Tennis Club 4 . . . LEROY BOLING, "Baby Doll": Freshman Aud. 1-2: Reading Aloud for Pleasure 3-4: Archery: Math Study 4. ALTO JAMES BOLTON, "Al": Study Club JANE BOOKER, "Bet": Freshman Aud. Club 1-4 . . . BETTY 1: Locker Mon- itor 2: Garden Club 2-8: Teacher's Ass't. 3: Yo Tappa Kees Mid-Year Class 1-2. . . . THOMAS BORDEN, "Pint": Sec'y. of 3-4: Vice Pres. of Math Club 8: Stamp Club JUNE BOUGHTON: Freshman Aud. Club: Consumer Edu- cation: Coin Club: Psychology Club . . . GEORGE BOYER: Locker Monitor 3: Traffic Inspector 4: Biology Museum Club 4 . . . HELEN VONCILLE BRANTLEY: Yo Tappa Kees 4: 'I'eacher's Ass't. AND HEART. IT IS A BELIEF IN THE VALUE AND MILLIE JANE BRITAIN, "Micke-y": Dance Club 2'3Q Yo Tappa. Kees 43 Locker Monitor 4 . . . BILL EVELYN BRIT- TON, "Daffy": D. O. Club 3-4 . . . SARAH HELEN BRIT- TON: Freshman O'horus 13 Glee Club 23 Girl Reserves 3: Yo Tappa Kees 43 Teacher's Ass't. 43 Freshman Aud. Club. IMOGENE BROUGHTON, "Yankee": Coin Club 23 Letter Club 3-43 Freshman Aud. Club 1 . . . CHARLES D. BROUN, "C. D.": Adv. Council 1: Pre . Mid-Year Class 33 Modern Al- chemist Club 33 Student Council 43 American Youth Forum 4 . . . ARVA LOIS BROWN: Sewing Club 33 Yo 'lappa Kees 43 Teacher's' Ass't. 43 Freshman Aud. Club 1. NORMA BELLE BRUCE, "Nor-mie": Letter Club 23 Girl Reserves' 3: Yo Tappa Kees 43 School Bookkeeper 43 Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . CHARLES BRUNSON, JR., "Bubba": Locker Monitor 13 Yard Monitor 33 Know Alabama Club 4 . . . MERTON EDWARD BUCK, "Buck": Travel Club 2-43 Garden Club 13 Intramural Swimming 2. NELL REE BULLOCK, "R.ed": Locker Monitor 43 Con- sumer Education Club 33 American Youth Forum Club 4 . . . NORMAN CLIFTON BURCH, "Baby Ray": Locker Monitor 23 Yard Monitor 33 Emergency Room 33 Treas. Know Alabama Club 33 Vice Pres. Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . JOSEPH ROLAND BURKE, "Rollo": Adv. Council 13 Four Arts Club 2-4. DAVE WILLIAMS BURNS, "Lefty": Sports Appreciation 4 . . . DORIS MAE BURROUGHS, "Dot": Freshman Aud. Club 13 Study Club 23 Study Hall 3: Emergency Room Moni- tor3 Study Hall 4 . . . MARION C. BUSH: Aviation Club 43 Study Club 2: Study C'lub 3. DOROTHY RUTH BUSHELL, "Dot": Stadium High School 1-21 Girl Reserves 33 Civil Service Club 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . VERA CATHERINE CALLAWAY, "Snookey": Locker Monitor: Music Club: Glee Club: Sec'y. of Section: Class Sec- retary . . . ANNIE MARY CAMPBELL, "Puddin"': Players 3-43 National Honor Society 3-43 Girl Reserves 13 Teacher's Ass't. 2-3-4. LORRAINE CANNON, "Flapper": Appreciation of Music 23 Teacher's Ass't. 1-4 . . . MARGARET RUTH CARLIN: Four Arts 1-43 Hi Times Staff 33 Quill and Scroll 3-43 Nomina- tions and Elections Committee 43 Civic Welfare Committee 4 . . . BILLY J. CARPENTER: Archery Club 3-41 Intramural Basketball 1-2-8-4. ,.- ' z - X I .5 ,A 38 WILLIAM BRUCE CARPENTER, "Billy": Freshman Aud. Club 1-21 Coin Club 2-31 Library Reference Club 3: Vice Pres. Reading Aloud for Pleasure 43 Yard Monitor 1 . . . CATH- ERINE ELIZABETH CARR, "Kitty": Freshman Aud. Club 13 Appreciation of Movie and Radio 23 Teacher's Ass'1.. 3 . . . DOROTHY GENEVIEVE CARR, "Priss": Sketch Club 23 Yo 'rappa Kees Club 43 Teacher-'s Ass't. 4. ROSALIE CARTER, "Pete"' . . . EMILE CHAILLOT, "Ouloggie": Glee Club 23 Locker Monitor 2-33 Baseball 3-43 M Club3 Freshman Chorus . . . FRONA MAE CHAMBERS: Orchestra 1-33 Scribblers Club 2-4: Choral Reading 33 Hi Times 33 Teacher's Ass't. 1-33 Freshman Aud. Club 13 Civic Welfare 3-43 Intramural Sports 1-2. JACK WARREN CHIN: Basketball 2-43 Football 43 Sec'y. of M Club 3-43 N. H. S. 43 Vice Pres. Mid-Year Class 1-33 Section Rep. 1-3 . . . JOHN B. CHIEPALICH, "J, B.": Fresh- man Aud. Club 13 Stamp Club 23 M. Club 3-4: Football 2-3-4: Basketball 43 Monitor 2 . . . RUTH JANE CHRISTIAN, "Ruthie Mae": Freshman Aud. Club 13 Office Ass't. 1-43 Choral Reading 43 Girl Reserves 3. ALLAN BARFIELD CHRISTIE: Philatelic Club 2-3: Psi'- chology Club 43 Intramural 2 . . . HARVEY EDEN CLARKE, "Bubba": D. 0. Club 3-41 Radio Club 2 . . . MARGARET EDITH CLARKE, "Meg": Teacher's As's't. 13 Girl Reserves 2-33 Yo Tappa Kees 43 Teacher's Ass't. 4. BILLY CLAUSEN, "Wi1ly": Reading Club 33 Math Club 33 M Club 4: Baseball 3-43 Monitor 3: Monitor Inspector 4 . . . LOUIS OLIVER CLAUSEN: Fre..hman Chorus 13 Appreciation of Movies and Radio Club 2: Reading Aloud for Pleasure 3-4 . . . W. H. CLEMENTS, "Doc": Band 1-2-3-43 Orchestra 1-2-3-4: Vice Pres. Psychology Club 33 Psychology 43 Harte Hi-Y 43 Section Rep.: Freshman Aud. C'lub 13 Locker Moni- tor 3. LEASE CLEVELAND, JR., "Crusher": Appreciation of Movies and Radio 23 Pres. Know Alabama Club 43 M Club 4: Monitor 43 Basketball 43 Football 4-5 . . . JACK CLO- LINGER: Intramural Basketball 1-3: Debating Club 23 Harte Hi-Y 2-43 Yard Monitor 1 . . . NELLIE VIOLA COCHRANE: Freshman Aud. Club 13 Stenographer Club 33 Know Alabama Club 43 Freshman Chorus 1. EARL EDWARD COGBURN, "Squirrel": Baseball? Foot- ball: Basketball . . . MARION LESLIE COLEMAN, "Buddy": Biology Club 23 Movie C'lub 43 Archery Club 3 . . . KEN- NETII L. COLLINS: Math Helpers Club: Architectural Draw- ing C ub, :flffaq '94 as, ff Q E2 f fa '19 T . i A A V 3 my .. Yb, 3 1 A, , F R b A,- i A g . 10? - ,i - Q 24 ji ' X K L 7 f-9 A 5 .'-" ,-Q. 7Q42 away mu-mvmwfwwr -nur 1- , ! P DIGNITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL HUMAN BEING. ORA ALETTA CONKLAN, "Skeet": Freshman Aud. Club 1-2: Consumer Education 3 . . . LOU GORDON CONOVER: Choral Reading 8: Chin Chin 4: Mohian 4: Office 2: Fresh- man Aud. Club 1 . . . DOROTHY RUTH COOK: Junior Span- ish Club 2: Glrl Reserves 3-4. DONALD CARLOS COOLEY, "Goon": Harte Hi-Y 1-4: Seo'y. Harte Hi-Y 3: Student Council 2-B: Basketball 2: Football 2-4: Senior Band 2-4: Senior Orchestra 2-4: Music Club 2-4: Chairman Parking Space Committee 3 . . . RUTH NAOMI COOPER, "Nonie": Traffic Monitor 4: Teacher's Ass't. 2: Psychology Club 3 . . . DOROTHY CHRISTINE CORNEIL, "Dot": Freshman Chorus 1: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Clothing Club 2: Letter Club 3: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Yo Tlvpa Kees Club 4: Glee Club 2-3. DOUGLAS GRANT COURTNEY, "Skeets": Football 2-4: Baseball 2-4: M. Club 3-4 . . . CLENNON MILLS COVAN. "Clemson": Reading Club 2-3 . . . EUGENE RUSSELL COX: Astronomy Club. SARAH CROMER . . . CLAUDE CROXDALE: Archery Club: D. O. Club . . . PETRONELLA VINK CULIVAN. "Petty": Study Ass't. 4: Nominations and Elections Com- mittee 4: Sec'y. Latin Club 3: Teacher's Ass't. 3. IRIS ADELE DAVIDSON, "Ikig": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Music Club 2: Girl Reserves 3-4: Yo Tappa. Kees 4: Office . WILLIAM PICKE'I'I' DAVID- Typist 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4. . SON, JR., "Pick": Football 4: Travel Club 1: Hobby Club 2: Harte Hi-Y 3-4: Intramural Sports 1-4: Architect Club 4 . . . ANNIE KELVIE DAVIS, "Kelvie": Freshman Chorus 1: Latin Club 2: Choral Reading Club 8: Mohian Club 4: Mohian staff 4: Pep Squad 4. CATHERINE DAVIS: Coin Club 2: Secretarial Club 3: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Yo Tappa Kees . . . ELEANOR MAE DAVIS: Freshman C'horus 1: Letter Club 3-4: Fre hman Aud. Club 1: Office Ass't. 4 . . . JOHNNIE RUTH DAVIS, "Oh.l JohnnIel": Letter Club 2: Vice Pres. Letter Club 3. MARY NELL DAVIS: Teacher's Ass't. 3-4: Yo Tappa Kees Club 4 . . . ANNIE LUCILLE DAUGHRTY: Study Club . . . LEO JOSEPH DAWSEY. "Oleo": Appreciation Radio and Movie Club 2: Know Alabama Club 4. 41 EMORY ERNEST DAY, "Junior": Locker Monitor 8-4: Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: D. O. Club 4 . . . SAM DeBRA, ".Iack": Tennis Club 4 . . . UNDINE LARRAYNE DeBRA, "Frenchie": Glee Club 1-2-3: Tumble Club 2-8: Let- ter Club 2-3-4: Library Ass't. 2-3: 'I'eacher'9 Ass't. 2-8-4: Pep Squad 3-4. FRANK DEMETROPOULOS: Baseball 1-2-8: Football 8-4: Treas. Automobile Club 3: Reading Club 2 . . . ANNA BELLE DeMOUY, "Nina": Freshman Chorus 1: Glee Club 2: Section Chairman 1-2-3-4: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Yo Taupe. Kees 4: Lost and Found 2: Coin Club 3 . . . JOYCE MAURICE DENMARK, "Joy": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Girl Reserves 2: Teacher's Ass't. 3: Psychology 3: Study Club 4. MARY G. DENMARK: Managing Editor Hi Times 4: Adv. Council 3: Panther Club 3-4: Yo Tapua Kees 4: Quill and Scroll 3-4: 'I'eacher's Ass't, 4 . . . JOAN MARILYN De- SARDON. "Joanie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: B Orchestra 1-2: A Orchestra 8-4: English Ass't. 2: Hi Times 3-4: President I-Iispano Ameriearo Club 3-4: Sf'-'ib'1'f-rs 2' Ooill and Scroll 8-4: Cheering Section 2 . . . CORNELIA IMOGENE DeVAN, "Connie": Adv. Council Rep. 2-3: Chairman Nominations and Election Committee 4: Civic Welfare Committee 4: Mohian Staff 4: Hi Times 3: Governing Council 4. MYRTLE LEE DeVAN, "Boo": Adv. Council 2-8: Office Ass't. 2-8: High School Players' 3-4: Yo Tnrrpa Kees 4: Na- tional Honor Societv 3-4: Chairman Civic Welfare Committee 4 . . . JESSE ERNEST DIARD, "Kr-ebbv": Emervercv Room Monitor 2-4: Travel Club 4 . . . SARAH ELIZABETH DILL, "Sadie": Local Interest Club 4. WIMBERLY DIXON: Freshman Aud. Club: Latin Club 2: More For Your Money Club 3-4 . . . HAROLD MAC DODD: Radio and Movies 1-2: Radio and Movies 8-4: Radio and Electric 3: Modern Alchemist 4: Know Alabama Club 4: Mon. itor 2 . . . WILLIAM FRED DOHM. "Rico": Stamp Club: Sec'y. Aviation Club: Vice Pres. Aviation Club: Traffic Mon- itor: Intramural. MARIE F. DONAGHEY: Treas. Garden Club 2: Vice Pres. Fine Arts 3 . . . BETTY DORGAN: Class Vice Pres. 1-22 Players 2-3-4: Honor Committee 8-4: Welfare Queen I: Wel- fare Court 2: Mohian Business Staff 4 . . . ROBERT BEARDS- LEE DOYLE. JR.. "Bob": Sec'y. of Class 1-2-3: Editor of Mohian 4: Pres. N. H. S. 4: Usher Club 4: Sec'y. Radio and Electric Club 3: Treas. Junior Academy Science 4: Latin Club Officer 2: Harte Hi-Y 3-4: Mohian Club 4: Office Ass't. 1: Cafe 2-4. GEORGE DRAPER . . . MARY .IACQUELINE DREY. "Jackie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Scribblers Club 2: Senior Players 3-4 . . . FLORENCE ANITA DUKE, "Nita": Girl Reserves 2-8: Sec.-Treas. Yo Tappa Kees 4: 'l'eacher's Ass't 4. A BELIEF IN JUSTICE AND FAIRNESS, A RESPECT JEAN ELLEN DUMONT, "Jeanie": Section Chairman 1-2: Glee Club 2-4: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Freshman Chorus 1: 'l'eacher's Ass't. 4: Mohian Club 4: Mohian 4: "Pop Reads the Christmas Carol" 3: Girls Athletic Rep. 1-2: "Fire Prince" 2 . . . EDITH VIRGINIA DUNN, "Noots": Teacher's Ass't. 1: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Teacher's Ass't. 2: Costume Con- struction Club 2: Teacher's Ass't. 3: Girl Reserves Club 3: Civil Service Club 4 . . . IVY DUNN, "Sharp Shooter": Radio and Electric Club 4. MARIAN TERESA DUNNAVANT: Library Ass't. 1: Pres. Sketch Club 2: Sec. Reporter 2-3: Pres. Fine Arts Club 3: Vice Pres. Fine Arts 4: Fan Randlette Art Honor Society 3-4 . . . MARGARET ANN DURANT, "Billie": Coin Club 2: D. 0. Club 4 . . . C. L. DYESS: Appreciation of Radio and Movies 2: Automobile Club 3: Radio and Electric 4: In- tramural Sports. CECIL GRACE EASLEY, "Sister" . . . JOHN VANN EBERLEIN, JR., "Rip": Adv. Council Rep. 3: Architect Club 3: Tennis Club 4: Locker Monitor 3: Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2 . . . GEORGE WILFRED EDGAR, "Cigar": Cafe 1-2-3-4: Sec'y. Museum Club 2-3. BERT ALFRED ELLIOTT: Eng. Ass't. 1: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Debating Club 2: El Club Hispanoamericano 3-4 . . . CUMI OLGA ENFINGER, "Cuteness": Teacher's Ass"t. 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . ALFRED FRANCIS ENGLAND: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Radio and Movie Club 2: Senior Span- ish Club 3: Yo Tappa Kees Club 4: T'eacher's Ass't. 4. WALTER EUGENE ENTREKIN, "Skipper": Fresh. Chorus 1: Glee Club 2-4: Travel C'lub 2: Archery Club 3-4 . . . HELEN LAMAR EPPERSON, "Lilie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Costume Construction 2: Girl Reserves 3 Study Hall Mon- itor 3: Girl Reserves 4: Chairman of Membership Committee 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Study Hall Monitor 4 . . . GEORGE ERHARDT. "Goat": Automobile Club 3. CHARLES JOSE-PH ERNEST: Tennis Club 4 . . . MARTHA ERNEST: Girl Reserves 4 . . . ALFRED H. ERRINGTON, "Lief": Music Club 1-2: Locker Monitor: A Band 2-3: B Band 2-3: Psychology Club 4. EMMA OUIDA EUBANKS: Sec'y. Home Economics Dept. 4: Psychology Club 4: Teacher-'s Ass't. 4 . . . AUGA MAE EVANS, "Shortie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Outing Club 2: girl Reserves 3-4 . . . WILLIAM FALBE, "Yank": D. O. ub 3-4. BEN O. THOMAS FALLS: Math Club 3 . . . EDWIN McGI'IEE FARNELL, "D.E.": Math Club 3-4: Sec. Rep. 8 . . . HENRIETTA FARNELL, "Hank": Cafe 1-2-3-4: AD- preciation of Movies' and Radio Club 2: Psychology Club 3-4: Panther Club 4. MARJORIE ELIZABETH FARRELL: Dance Club 3: Civil Service Club 4 . . . YVONNE LEINHARD FEARN, "Von": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Glee Club 2: El Club Hispanoameri- cano 8: Hi Times Reporter 3: Hi Times Staff 4: Chin Chin Club 4: Teacher's Ass't. 2 . . . MARIAN FEASTER: Fresh- man Aud. Club 1: Trfafic Monitor 1: Coin Club 3: Stage Craft 4. ALLEN WINDLE FERRILL, "FIash": "The Emperor's Clothes" 1: "The Fire Prince" 2: Glee Club 1-4: Radio and Electric Club 3: American Youth Forum 4: Christmas Play 3 . . . GREGORY BERNARD FINCH ,"Bernie": Garden Club 2: Tennis Club 4 . . . ROBERT EDWARD FINCH, "Mickey": Debating Club 2-4: Teacher-'s Ass't. 4: Monitor 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Sec-. Reporter. ALMA ELAINE FINNEGAN, "Snookey": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Adv. Council 1: Letter Club 2: More For Your Money Club 3-4: Study Hall Monitor 3: Teacher's Ass't. 1 . . . ANN MARGARET FITZGERALD, "Annie": Dance Club 2: Library Ass't. 1: Yo Tappa, Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . MYRTICE ROSE FOEHL, "Myrt." BARBARA OUIDA FOLEY: Instrumental Music: Girl Re- serves 2: Music Club 3: American Youth Forum 4: Band 2-4 . . . GEORGIA EVELYN FORD, "Jeff": Costume Construc- tion Club 2: Gen. Chairman Costume Construction Club 2: D. 0. Club 3-4 . . . GEORGE MICHAEL FORWOOD, "Georgie": Reading for Pleasure 2: Math Study 3: Math Study 4. DOROTHY BLANCHE FOSTER, "Bodie": Travel Club: Girls' Biology Club: Band 1-2-3-4 . . . LAWRENCE WIL- LIAM FOSTER, "Buddy": Automobile Club 3: Proiection Club 4: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Study Club 2 . . . BOBBY FROST: Locker Monitor 2: Reading Aloud Club 2: Locker Inspector 3: Reading Aloud Club 3: Travel Club 4. AUBREY EDWIN FULFORD: Movie and Radio Club 2: Archery Club 3: American Youth Forum 4 . . . DOROTHY MAE FULFORD. "Dot": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Office Ass't. 1 . . . HALLIE COCHRANE FULLER, "Speedy": Adv. Council 2-3-4: Locker Monitor 2-3-4: Office Ass't. 4: Chin ghin 4: Nominations and Election Committee 4: English s't. 4. F ' 1 i. is 2 .4 x 1.4: 1, Q W , any 311 K if ,sr P of lf yay YQ42 FOR OTHER PEOPLE'S RELIGIONS, A FAITH IN FRANK FURR: Math Club 3: Pleasure Reading 4: Adv. Council Rep. 3 . . . HELEN FURR: Lost and Found 2: Appreciation of Radio and Movies 2: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Choral Reading Club 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Adv. Council 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . DOROTHY JEAN GABLE, "Dottie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Girl Reserves 2: Stenozraphic Club 8: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Enszlish Ass't. 3: Teacher's Ass't. 4. NORMAN JOSEPH GALE: Freshman Chorus 1: Boys' De- batlnz Club 2-8: Monitor 4 . . . EARL GARNER, "Squirrel": Baseball 3-4: M Club 4: Debating 3 . . . JACK GARNETT. EDNA IRENE GARTMAN, "Gardenia": Radio and Movie Club 1: Girl Reserves 2-3: Band Majorette 3-4: Firemen's Band Majorette 3: D. O. Club 3-4: Sec'y. D. O. Club 4 . . . ROBERT GAY GASTON. "Bob": Architect Club 3: Freshman Aud. Club 1 . . . RUTH DEVERN GATES, "Boots." SIDNEY JEROME GERHARDT, "Sid": Vice Pres. Phila- telic Club 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Hi Times Staff 3 . . . MARY GREET GERON, "Hitler": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Music and Radio Appreciation 2: Spanish 3-4: Cafe 1-4 . . . JULIAN GEWIN, "Long": Pres. Class 1-2-8: Mohian 4: Sec'y. Chem- istry Club 3: Vice Pres. Usher Club 4: Harte Hi-Y: Pres. Scrlbblers Club 2: Cafe l-2: Adv. Council 1-2. JAMES RODERIC GILBERT. JR., "Hank": Locker Monitor l-2: Yard Monitor 3: Philatelic Club 1-2: Projection Club 3-4 . . . DONALD VERN GILMORE, "Speed": Stamp Club 2: Stenographlc Club 3 . . . HAROLD V. GLIDDEN, "Texas." REEUE BUFORD GLOVER. "Stumpy": Safety Club l: Architect Club 3-4: Yard Monitor 2: Intramural Sports 1-4 . . . OLLIE LESLIE GOLSON, "Corkie": Stamp Club 1-2 . . . JEAN GONZALES: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Senior Spanish Club 3-4: Vice Pres. Spanish Club 3. MARIAN THERESA GOODMAN, "Manny": Learn to Knit Club 1: Emergency Room Monitor 1: Study Club . . . JACK CARL GORDAY: Travel Club 1-2: Architect Club 4: Welfare Store 3-4 . . . E. L. GOYETTE: Section Rep. XXX. J! E l Q-M .1 :W li 45 MARY EVELYN GRAY, "Jitterbug": Four Arts 1-4: Teacher's Ass't. 1-4: Office Ass't. 1-3: Hi Times 1-4: D. 0. Club 1-2 . . . GERALDINE RITA GREEN, "Gerita.": Traffic Monitor 1: Teacher's As's't. 2-8: Cafe 2-8-4: Junior High School Players 2: English Ass't. 2: Senior High School Play- ers 3-4 . . . JOHN ROBERT' GREEN, "Bon: Intramural Basketball 1-2: Math Club 4: Appreciation of Movies and Radio. THOMAS NASH GREEN, "'1'ommy": Projection Club 3-4: Locker Monitor 3: English Ass't. 4 . . . ANNE CATHERINE GRIFFIN: Lost and Found Monitor 1: Office Ass't. 2-8: More for You Money 3 . . . BARBARA SUE GRIFFIN, "Bohhie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Appreciation of Radio and Movies 2-8: Welfare Court 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's As's't. 4. EDNA CECILE GRIFFIN, "Ceal": Consumer Education Club 3: Pres. Consumer Education Club 3: Locker Monitor 8: Teacher's Ass't. 3 . . . RICHARD PETERSON GRIFFITH, "Beaurague": Usher Club 4: Football 4: Biology Museum Club 3: Golf Club . . . WILLIAM BEVERLY GRIFFITH. "Bugs": Radio and Movies 2: Travel Club 4. BARBARA GURWITCI-I, "Blackie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: English Ass't. 2: More For Your Money Club 2: Teacher's Ass"t. 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . ROSALIE GU'I'LOW, "Rosie": Teacher's Ass't. 1-3: Office Ass't. 2: More for Your gMoney Club 2: Yo Tappa Kees Club 4: School Bookkeeper 4:1Teach- er's Ass't. 4 . . . JOHN HACKMEYER, "I-Iack": Football Manager 3-4: Track Manager 3-4: Basketball Manager 3-4: Letter Club 3-4. MARY LOUISE HACKMEYER: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Spanish Club 3: Civil Service Club 4: Office Ass't. 2 -. . . JIMMIE HALEY, "Jim": Aviation Club 3-4: Reading Aloud for Pleasure 2 . . . KENTON ASHLEY HALL: Aviation Club 3-4. MILTON McLEAN HALL, "Ma3": Astronomy 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 ,. . . ILA LORRAINE HAMILTON, "Locus": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Consumer Education 2: Adv. Council 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . MARY EVELYN HAMMONS, "Niz": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Girl Reserves 2-8: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. MARTHA FRANCES HAND. "Blondie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Freshman Chorus 1: Glee Club 2: Coin Club 2: Girl Reserves 3-4 . . . JAMES ALBERT HAND, "Jimmy": Treas. Murphy Hi-Y 4: Sec'y. Usher Club 4: Adv. C'ouncll Rep. 1: Pres. Mohian Club 4: Civic Welfare Committee 4: Mohiaa Editorial Staff 4: Boys' Dressing Room Monitor 3: Biological Museum Club 3 . . . BARBARA ELAINE HANSON, "Baby": B Orchestra 1: A Orchestra 2-8: Music Club 2-4: Freshman Aud. Club 1: School Bookkeeper 4. REASON RATHER THAN IN RIOT, AND A POWERFUL THOMAS FRANK HARBIN: Stamp Club 2: Radio Club 3: Treas. Radio Club 4: Safety Driving Course 3: Teacher's Ass't. 3 . . . BETTY JANE HARDEE, "Bi-at": Office Ass't. 2: Girl Reserves 2-3: Pres. Fan Randlette Art Honor Society 4: Adv. Council 4: Fine Arts Club 4: Lettering Club 4: Yo Tappa Kees Club 4: English Ass't. 2 . . . CHARLES LUC'AS HAR- DESTY, "Chuckie": Harte Hi-Y: Boys' Dressing Room Moni- tor: Locker Monitor: Biological Museum Club: Golf Club. FRANCES H. HARDY, "F'ran": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Treas. Travel Club 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . WALLACE. RICH- ARD HARPER, "Sonny": Travel Club 4: Yard Monitor 4 . . . EMILY LUCILLE HARRIS. 'Cile": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Freshman Chorus 1: Coin Club 2: Glee Club 2: Study C'lub 3: Girl Reserves 4. GEORGE RUSSELL HARRIS, JR., "G": Business Manager Hi Times 4: Pres. Harte Hi-Y 3-4: Nominations and Elec-- tion Committee 2-3: A Band 1-4: A Orchestra 1-4: Four Arts 4: Music Club 2-3 . . . MARY JEANNETTE HARRISON, "Brooksie": Parliamentary Law Club 3: More for Your Money Club 4: Adv. Council Rep. 2: Office Ass't. 2-3 . . . CORA EILEEN HARTMAN: Movies and Radio 2: Latin Club 35 Psychology Club 4: Freshman Aud. Club 1. OLIVE HAVARD, "Olive Oyl": Letter Club 3: Teacher's Ass't. 3: D. O. Club 4: Adv. Council 4 . . . AUGUSTA FLETCHER HARVEY, "Bozo": Yard Monitor 3 . . . MADE- LINE LAMARR HAZEL, "Mally": Pep Squad 1-2-3: Locker Monitor 2: Scribblers Club 2: Letter Club 4: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Panther Club 4. EMMIE HEARN, "Youn9zun": Teacher's Ass't. 2-4: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Consumer Education 2 . . . ERINE OZELLE HEARN, "Jackie": Freshman Club 1: Consumer Education 2: Study Club 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . WILLIAM L. HEATH. "Twadley": Golf Club 2-3-4: Yard Monitor 4: Band 3-4: Baseball 3-4. DORIS JUNE HENDERSON: Four Arts 2-3: Yo Taopa Kees 4: Sec'y. Junior Players 2: Office Ass't. 1: Adv. Council 1: Teacher-'s Ass't. 4 . . . VANDA LEE HENDERSON: Girl Reserves 4: Pep Squad 4 . . . FRANCES CLAUDINE HES- TER, "F'rankie": Freshman Chorus 1: Girl Reserves 2: D. O. Club 314: Teacher's Ass't. 2. LILLY THORDIS HETLAND: Music Club 2-3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: A Orchestra 2-4: Welfare Store Typist 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . SAM GRIFFITH HIGGINS, "Sammy": Adv, Council 1-2: High School Players 2-4: Pres. Junior Players 2: Ushers' 3-4: Vice Pres. Governing Council 3: Pres. Governing Council 4: Mohian 4: Football 4: Harte Hi-Y 2-4: S. A. S. G. Delegate 4: State Oratorical Contest 3 . . . ANN HIGGISON: Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Adv. Council 3: Lost and Found 1: Chin Chin Club 4: Office Ass't. 3: Student Council 4: Welfare Court 2: Freshman Aud. Club 1: More for Your Money Club 3. 382 Zumzsuhf Wllllllw QS, 46 MARY AUDREY HINSON, "L'il Audrey": Junior Spanish Club 2: Senior Spanish Club 3: Teacher's Ass't. 3-4: Travel Club 4 . . . HARRIETTE MURIEL HIRSCH, "Bunny": Wash- ington Irving High School 1-2: Music Club 3: Vice Pres. Fan Randlette Art Honor Society 3-4: Gen. Stooge 1-4: Sketch Club 4 . . . NELDA RUTH HODGES, "Snake": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Philatelic Club 2: Psychology Club 3: Know Alabama Club 4: Intramural Sports 1-4: Fan Randlette Art Honor Society: Locker Monitor 2: Cafe 1-4: Pep Squad 1-4: Freshman Chorus 1-2: Glee Club 3. GEORGE HOLLAND . . . ROY E. HOLLAND, ::Super- boy": Appreciation of Movies and Radio 3-4: Travel Club 3: T'eacher's Ass't. 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . ANN RAMSEY HOLLIMAN, "Hollie": Latin Club 2-3: Know Alabama Club 4: Emergency Room Monitor 4: Lost and Found Monitor 4: Freshman Aud. Club 1. NICK HOLMES, "Nickie": Governing Council 1-2-3-4: N. H. S. 3-4: Welfare Store 2: Four Arts 2-3-4: Usher Club 3-4: Mohian 4 . . . ELIZABETH HOLT, "Prissy": Office Ass't. 1-3: Girl Reserves 2-3: Freshman C'horus 1: Teacher's Ass't. 3 . . . ROBERT MIL'I'ON HOPE, "Frouzy": Adv. Council 1-4: Vice Pres. Class 3: Golf Club 4: Cafe 1-3: Yard Moni- tor 4: Harte Hi-Y 1-4: Civic Welfare Committee 4: Latin glut? 2: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Intramural Sports 1-3: Usher "u 4. ELIZABETH HORN, "Betty": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Sec. Rep. 2: Emergency Room 3-4: Choral Reading Club 3: Pres. Yo Tappa Kees 4: Class Treas. 4: National Honor Society . . . FRANCES JEANETTE HORNADAY: Knitting Club 51 . MAE EARLINE HORNADAY, "Shortie": Letter u 4. WAYNE HOUGH, "Chicken": Monitor 2: Locker Inspec-tor 3: Know Alabama Club 4: Projection Club 2 . . . MARY VICTORIA HOUSTON: Four Arts 1-4: Hi Times 4: Program Chairman Four Arts Club: Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . DON HOWELL, "Chubby": Locker Inspector 2: Parking Space Monitor 2: Equitation Club 2: Dressing Room Monitor 3: Math Club 3. ANNIE ELIZABETH HUDSON, "Lizzy": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Girl Reserves 2-3: Knitting Club 4: Study Hall Mon- itor 4 . . . MELBA HUDSON: Freshman Aud. Club 1-2: Girl Reserves 2-3-4 . . . ELSIE DEANE HUTTO: Fresh- man Aud. Club 1: Traffic Monitor 1: Locker Monitor 1-2: Teacher's Ass"t. 2: Girl Reserves 2: Psychology Club 4. AMELIA IMAHORN: Vice Pres. Mid-Year Class 1: Teach- er's Ass't. 2: Tennis Club 4: Cafe 4 . . . JAMES FORNISS IRBY, "Jimmy": Locker Monitor 2: Biology Club 2: Latin Club 3: Sports Appreciation 4 . . . HENRY KENDRICK JACKSON: Pres. Woodworking 4. Ll 7Q42 f E W VTWWWWW' ' A-7 ' ? ff rw W f My ..,? s .. 1 i fi- Lrfwiw 3 E X 1 5 sr 5 , ,, .': . ffl 'V V ' mf if ki we W .- fl ' 'TIM3' A 'fx w XM, XS' I x W .-M-'F 76242 CONVICTION THAT NO MAN IS A GOD AND THAT W. C. JACKSON . . . JOSEPHINE MARIE JENSEN, "Josle": Girl Reserves 1: Emergency Room 4: Glee Club 2 . . . HILTON HERBERT JERNIGAN: Astronomy 4. WILLARD HENRY JERNIGAN, JR., "Jernie": A Band 2: Biological Museum Club 3: Coin Club B: Spanish Club 3-4: Traffic Monitor 3: Harte Hi-Y 3-4 . . . MARY ELOISE JOHNSON. "Baby": Band 1-4: Music Club 2-8: American Youth Forum 4: Teacher's Ass't. 8: Freshman Club 1 . . . LAEL SHAMA JONES: Band 2-4: Orchestra 3-4: Vice Pres. Astronomy Club 4: Monitor 4. ROGERS JORDAN . . . HARRY JACOB JUVENAL, "Urie": Museum Club 2: Pres. American Youth Forum 3: Yard Moni- tor 4: Murbhy Hi-Y 2-4: Golf Club 4 . . . ELOISE MATILDA KAHALLEY, "Buggs": Girl Reserves 2: Locker Monitor 1: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Panther Club 4. DORIS CONSTANCE KARCHER, "Konnie": High School Players 2-4: Vice Pres. Senior Players 4: Quill and Scroll 8-4: Vice Pres. National Honor Society 3-4: Cheerleader 4: Business Staff Hi Times 2-4: Civic Welfare Committee 4 . . . MARY ELIZABETH KEEVAN, "Liz" . . , JOYCE FRANCES KELLEY: Freshman Chorus 1: Freshman Aud. Cla: 1: Girl Reserves 2-3: Locker Monitor 2: Psychology Clu 4. MAURICE MYLES KENNEDY, "Mustard": Drum Major B-4: Drum 'Major Instructor 2-3: Monitor 2-3 . . . WILLIAM FRANKLIN KINNEY, "I3ill": Travel Club 4: Locker Inspec- tor 8: General Inspector 4 . . . RUTH ELIZABETH KIT- TRELL: Choral Reading 3: Knitting 4: Band 1-3. MARTHA DENEENE KIZER, "Nean": More for Your Money Club 8: Hoe and Rake Club 4: Cheering Section 8: Pep Squad 4 . . . BETTY LEE KLING, "Bet": Adv. Coun- cil I-2-8-4: Hi Times 3-4: Quill and Scroll 3-4: Psychology Club 4: Latin Club 2-8: Sec. Chairman 2 . . . BONNIE MUREL KNIGHT, "Squirt": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Locker Monitor 1: Office Ass't. 2: Scrlbblers Club 2: Philatelic Club 8: Pres. American Youth Forum. HENRY HARTLEY KNOWLES. JR., "Chick": Study' 1-4 . . . JAMES DODSON KUFFSKIE, "Buba": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Debating Club 2: Radio Club 3: Baseball 1-4: Intra- mural Sports 1-4 . . . ALICE ANN LA COSTE: Coin Club 2: A Orchestra 2-8: Hi Times' Staff: Yo Tappa Kees 4: School Bookkeeper 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4. if .,.. 49 BONNIE BEATRICE LAMBERT, "Bobbie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Music and Radio Club 2: Yo 'Ihppa Kees Club 4: . . . SARA MARGARET LAMERAUX, "Lammie" . . . JACK MERCER LANAGAN: Four Arts Club 4. EDNA LUCILLE LANGLEY, "Toots": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Dancing Club 2: Study Club 4: Office Ass't. 4 . . . MIL- TON LARCHE: Music Club . , . GEORGE OLIVER LAY- MAN, "Brother": Locker Monitor 2: Program Committee, architect Club 3: Vice Pres. Architect Club 4: Teacher's ss't. 4. EDWIN HUGH LE-E, "Lee": Movie and Radio 1-2 . . . ETHEL EARLINE LEE. "Blondie": Freshman Chorus 1: Sec'y. of Coin Club 2-3: Civil Service Club 4 . . . SEYMOUR LEE, "C": A Band 2-4: Philatelic 2-4: Museum Biology 3: Freshman Aud. Club 1. DOROTHY VERNA LESLIE, "Sbortie": Heshmnn Club 1: Latin Club 2: Girl Reserves 3: D. 0. Club 4: Yo Tanpa Kees 4: Emergency Room 3 . . . BETTE JOYCE LEVI. "Skip": Freshman Chorus 1: Glee Club 2: Office Ass't, 2-8: Fresh- man Aud. Club 1: Four Arts 2-4 . . . BETTY LEWIS. PHILLIP ROSS LEWIS, "Phil": Freshman Chorus 1: Avi- ation 3-4: Locker Inspector 3 . . . ROBERT GEORGE LIBBY, "Slim": Study Club- 3-4: A Band 8-4: A Orchestra . . . LILLIAN LINAM, "Stump Jump'er": Cafe 1-4: Girl Reserves' 1: Know Alabama Club 4: Teacher's Ass't. 3-4: Traffic Moni- tor 4. CLARA AMELIA LINS. "Meeker": Letter Club 2: D. O. Club: Program Chairman D. 0. Club 3-4 . . . ALVIN LOEB, "Poop": Reading Aloud for Pleasure 2 . . . CHARLES H. LOMBARD, "Charlie": Monitor 1-2-8: Appreciation of Radio and Movies 2: Aviation 3: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4. WILTON I. LOMBARD: Appreciation of Radio and Movies 2: Music Club 3: B Band 3: Program Chairman Civil Service Club 4: Teacher's As.-s't. 3 . . . MOSES JEFFERSON LONG: Band 4: Radio and Electric 4 . . . RUBY LOTT, "Punkin"': Teacher's Ass't. 2: Pres. Bibliomaniac Club 2: Travel Club 3: Sec'y. Travel Club 4. EVERY MAN DESERVES A CHANCE. EDNA LOUISE LOVIT'I'E, "Piggie": Freshman Club 2: Glee Club 3-4: Girl Reserves 3: Dance Club 4 . . . B. R. LOWE, JR., Freshman Chorus 1: Glee C'lub 2: Adv. Council 4: Architect Club 4 . . . MARVIN LUCKIE, "Lucky": Read- ing Aloud Club 2: Issac- Walton Club 3: Architect Drawing Club 4. NATALIE LUNDY: Freshman Chorus: Locker Monitor: Dance C'1ub . . . HOWARD LYNN . . . NORMAN JOHN MCCONAGI-IY, "Mac": Travel Club 4: Emergency Room 1. ELEANOR MCCORVEY: Spanish Club 3: English Ass't. 1-3: Know Alabama Club 4 . . . MARIE LOUISE McCOWAN, "Cuz": Freshman Chorus 1: Eng. Ass't. 2: Girl Reserves 2-3: Girl Reserve Reporter 3: Mohian Club 4: Mohian Staff 4 . . . JAMES GRIFFITH MCCOY, JR., "Mac". WILLIAM LESLIE McCRARY, "Bill": Freshman Club 1 . . . ZOZOA ROSE McDOLE . . . JOHN EARL McDONALD, JR., "Mac': Freshman Aud. Club 1: Junior Spanish Club 2: Senior Spanish Club 3: Pres. Astronomy Club 4: Adv. Council 3: Student Council 4: Harte Hi-Y 4: Yard Committee Chair- man 4: Intramural Sports I-2-3: Delegate to S.A. S. G. Con- vention. EDWARD NASH McGRAW, "Ed": Adv. Council 3-4: Ten- nis Club 4: American Youth Forum 3: Debating Club 2 . . . ANGELA AMELIA McGUIRE: Girl Reserves 1: Scribblers 2-4: More For Your Money 3: Teachers Ass't. 1-4 . . . JEAN McINNIS: Rep. Student Council 1: Monitor Lost and Found 1-2: Appreciation Movies and Radio Club 2: More For Your Money 3. MARY ALICE McINTOSH, "Malice": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Appreciation of Movie and Radio 2: Dance Club 3: Chin Chin Club 4 . . . ANNIE MAE MCINTYRE: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Study Hall Ass't. 2: Psychology Club 3 . . . ALTON BERNARD McLEOD, "Biff": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Debat- ing Club 2: D. O. Club 3: Tennis Club 4: Cheerleader 4. VERNICE VERMEL McLEOD, "Mel": Freshman Club 1: Music C'lub 2-3: Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . SAM MARTIN Mc- MILLAN . . . JUANITA ELIZABETH McNELLAGE, "Nita": Teacher's Ass't. 1-4: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Study Club 3: Girl Reserves 2: Office Ass't. 2: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Staff Sec'y. Mohian. DEMOCRACY N f ., 50 ROBERT McWHIRTER: Emergency Room 1-2: Intramural Basketbal 1-4: Hi Times' 3: Intramural Basebal 1-3: Intra- mural Swimming 2 . . . EDITH MAISEL, "Red": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Traffic Monitor 1: Junior Spanish Club 2: Traf- fic Monitor 2-3: Cafe 4: Yo Tappa Kees Club 4 . . . HER- MAN MAISEL, "Hyme": Travel Club 2-3: Basketball 3-4: Sports Club 4: Football 4. WILLIAM GEORGE MAITLAND: Yo Tappa. Kees 4 . . . BARBARA LOUISE MALONE: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Bas- ketball Champ 1: Sec'y. of Big Round Table 3-4: Coin Club 3: Chairman of Publicity Committee of Coin Club 4 . . . GEORGE D. MARCUSSEN, "Mark": Locker Monitor 4: Hi Times Reporter 3. MARCELINE MARSAL, "Bubber": Coin Club 2: American Youth Forum 3: Golf C'lub 4: Yard Monitor 4 . . . ASHBY RANDOLPH MARTIN, "Jiggs": Garden Club 2: D. 0. Club 3-4 . . . FRED MARTIN, "Pattyboy": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Emergency Room. JULIUS LOUIS MARTIN. "Rubinoff": Orchestra A 3-4: Music Club 2-3-4 . . . WILLIAM MARTIN, "Bill." . . . RICHARD ABNER MATTHEWS: Sec. Rep. 2: Golf Club 3: Tennis Club 4: Locker Monitor 1-2: Murphy Hi-Y 3-4. HUGH EDWARD MAY: Yard Monitor 4: Cafe 3: Philatelic Club 3 . . . CHRISTINE MAYGARDEN, "Pinky": Freshman Chorus 1: Sec. Rep. 2: Lost and Found Monitor 8: Office As's't. 4: More For Your Money 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . KATHERINE BENNETT MAYHALL, "Kitty": Fresh. Aud. Club 1: Class Sec'y. 3: Four Arts 1-4: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Library Ass't.: Teacher's Ass't. MARY JEAN MERRILL, "Dopey": Aud. Club 1: Biology Club 3: Girl Reserves 2: Panther Club 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Locker Monitor 1 . . . RE-GINA EVELYN MEYER, "Genie": Locker Monitor: Music Club: Band . . . NELLIE ELIZA- BETH MICKLER.: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Girl Reserves 2- 3-4: Sec'y. Girl Reserves: English Ass't. 3. JAMES MILLER, "Jim" . . . JULIETTE MILLER, "P'unk": Freshman Aud. Club 1: More For Your Money Club 3-4: Ass't. Sec.-Chairman Social Committee of Coin Club 3: Coin Club 3-4: Vice Pres. Coin Club 4: Adv. Council 8 . . . MAR- Freshman Chorus 1: Girl Reserves 2: D. O. Club I 4: Teach- er's Ass't. 2: Intramural Sports 1. JORIE LEE MILLER, "Margie": Freshman Aud Club 1: 7Q42 ri ff '3- Q i s ' Q saga V f 'Q .v'-QQ! Q WIA U' C M41 daddy La' QF!!- Q was N, . v,.y. ,wif A If iM"'T'f!'L X K xv -s,,ff - ,swiss -. Q 035 Q? 'Uk -N. ' xi 7942 1 4 DOES NOT ALWAYS REALIZE THOSE THINGS IN CORDELL W. MILLS: Math Club 8: Pleasure Reading 4 . . . GLADYS OUIDA MILLS: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Music Club 2-3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: B Band 1-2: A Band 3-4: Teach- er's' Ass't. 4 . . . MARGUERITE MILSTEAD. WALTER MINTO, JR.: Section Rep. I-4: Murphy Hi-Y B-4: Tennis C'lub 4 . . . JOHN WESLEY MOBLEY, "Love": Museum Club 2: Aviation Club 3: Golf Club 4: Hi Times 3 . . . MARY JAYNE MDFFITT, "Jaynie": Girl Reserves 3: Knitting Club 4. CHARLES HOLMES MOLYNEUX, "Molly": Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Hobby Club 3-4: Boys' Emergency Room: Study Club 1 . . . HELEN ELIZABETH MOODY. "Moody": Four Arts 2-4: Spanish Club 3: Glee Club 2: Fresh- msn Chorus 1: Tratfic Monitor 4 . . . CHARLES EAGAR MOORE, "Hookie": Freshman Aud. Club: Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Travel Club 3: Sports Appreciation 4. JIM MOORE: Glee Club 1-2: Pres. Biology Museum Club 4: Wlnner of Biology Contest 3: Office Ass't. 3: Play Con- tests st Auburn . . . MARGARET ELIZABETH MOORE: Freshman Aud. Club 1: More For Your Money 2: Fine Arts 4 . . . JAMES THOMAS MORGAN. "Chub". LESTA ANN MOSELEY. "Lcs": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Teacher's Ar's't. 1-4: Consumer Education 2: Choral Readinil 8: Hi Times Reporter 3-4: Psychology Club 4 . . . NOLAND ELLIOTT MOULYET, "Nappy": Drum Major 2-3: Vice Pres. Music Club 3: li Band 1: A lland 2-3: A Orchestra 2-3 . . . ROY IRVING MUMME, "Mum": English As's't. 1: Travel Club 2: Projection Club 3: American Youth Forum 4: Pep Squad 4. MARGARET RUTH MUNTZ, "Monkey": B Orchestra 1: A Orchestra 2-3-4: Music Club 2-3-4: Locker Monitor 2 . . . LEONARD DODSON MURRILL: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Freshman Chorus 1: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Yo Tappa Kees Club 4 . . . MAX MUTCHNICK, "Mendy": Parliamentary Law Club 2: Speaker's Bureau 3: Debating Club 4: Sec'y. Mid- Yenr Class B. DANIEL SIMONS MYERS, "Trim": Locker Monitor 22 Architect Club 4 . . . RUTH NABERS. "Red": Adv. Council 8: Biology Club 2: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Frevhman Chorus . . . RUTH MAY NAYLOR. "Ruthie May": Office Ass't. 2: Girl Reserves 2: Consumer Education Club 8: Girls' Dressing Room Monitor 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: School Bookkeeper 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4. JOHN EDWARD NEAL, "Hemiar": B Football 2: Pres. Biology Museum Club 3: Monitor 4 . . . ELIZABETH MAE NEEL, "Libby": Junior Red Cross 1-2-3-4: Music: Junior Class' Usher . . . CONSTANCE LARRAINE NELSEN, "Con- nie": Girl Reserves 2: Study Club 3: Red Cross Sewing 4. J. CARL NICHOAS, "Nick": Stamp Club 2: Travel Club 3-4 . . . MARY ELIZABETH NICHOLS, "L0vey": N. H. S. 3-4: Office Ass't. 4: Senior Spanish Club 8-4: English Ass't. 1-2: Library Ass't. 1: Mohian Staff 4: Pres. Junior Spanish Cflub 2: Sec. Sec'y. 2-4: Study Hall Ass't. 3: Freshman Aud. Club 1 . . . WILLIAM NIVISON, JR., "Bill": Mohian Staff 3-4: Mohian Club 3-4: Murphy I-li-Y S-4: Band 3: Track 8. TI-IELMA LEE NOEL: Latin C'1ub 2: Pres. Sketch Club 3: Sec.-Treas. Fine Arts 4: Hi Times Business Staff . . . NELL NOLAN: Local Interest 4 . . . GRACE NORTHCUTT: Fresh- man Chorus 1: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Glee Club 2-4: Four Arts 2-4: Teachex-'s Ass't. 3. MARY NULL: Vice Pres. Consumer Education 12 Office Ass't. 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4: 'I'eacher's Ass't. 4: Hi Times Staff 4 . . . HOPE O'BANNON: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Letter Club 2: Cheerleader 3: Knitting Club 4: Office Ass't. 1 . . . MELBA CLAIRE OLIVE, "Bubba": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Freshman Chorus 1: Consumer Education 2: Glee Club 2-3-4: Coin Club 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4. NELL MARIE OLLINGER: Section Rep. 2-4: More For Your Money B: Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Hi Times 4 . . . GABE CARL OLSEN: Vice Pres. Aviation Club 3: Stamp Club 2: Pres. Aviation Club 4 . . . EDWIN EARL O'NEAL, "Pee Wee": Know Alabama Club 4. DOUGLAS CLAYTON O'SHEA, "Skeeter": English Ass't. 1: Freshman Club 1: Yard Monitor 4: Know Alabama Club 4 . . . MARGUERITE FRANCES PALMER., "Margie": Civil Service Club 4 . . . LOUIS H. PARKIS: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Aviation Club 2: Freshman Aud. Club 1. J. F. PATE: Stage Craft 2-3: M Club S-4: Football 8-4: Intramural Sports 1-2-3 . . . LESLIE A. PATRICK, "Pat": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Pleasure Reading 2-8: Architecture Club 4 . . . SHERMAN LEE PAYNE: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Parking Space Monitor 2. PRACTICE. BUT DEMOCRACY IS A VERY DEEP THOMAS KENDALL PEAVY, "Ken": Traffic Inspector 33 Golf Club 4: Usher Club 4 . . . IRENE CAROLYN PELLE- TIER, "Rene": Adv. Counc-il Rep. 13 Coin Club 3-43 Sec'y. Coin Club 43 Appreciation of Movies and Radio 23 Teacher's Ass't. 1-2-3-43 Office Ass't. 33 Mohian Business Mgr. 4 . . . JACK PETERSON: Radio and Electric Club 33 Locker Moni- tor 2. AUSTILL FHARR: Golf Club 2-43 Pres. Golf Club 43 Mur- phy Hi-Y 2-43 Vice Pres. Murphy Hi-Y 43 Yard Monitor 43 Boys' Emergency Room Monitor 43 Freshman Aud. Club 13 Intramural Sports 1-23 Usher Club 2-4 . . . ERICE BALD- WIN PHILLIPS, "Philip" . . . FINIS PHILLIPS: Freehand Drawing Club 23 D. O. Club 3-4. LAETITIA JANE PIPER, "Tish" Adv. Council Rep. 13 Four Arts 1-43 Teacher's Ass't.3 Civic Welfare Committee3 Study Hall Montior . . . MOLLYE PLOTKA: Freshman Aud. Club 13 More For Your Money Club 23 Glee Club 33 Monitor 1-23 Study Hall Ass't. 23 Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . JEWEL ARLINE PORTER: Freshman Aud. Club 13 Consumer Educa- tion 23 Locker Monitor 23 Projection Club 33 Yo Tappa Kees 43 Cafe 33 Teacher's Ass't. 4. DORIS MAY POWE, "Pokey": Girl Reserves 23 Office Ass't. 23 Consumer Education 33 Teacher's Ass't. 33 Emerg- ency Room 33 Red Cross Sewing 4 . . . DOUGLAS POWELL: Philatelic 1-23 '1'ennis Club 2-3-4 . . . HARRY CHESTER POWELL: Freshman Chorus 13 Glee Club 23 Section Rep. 33 Section Reporter 23 Adv. Council Rep. 33 Reading For Pleas- ure Club 2-3: Tennis Club 4. ROBERT JULUS PREVITO, "Pedro": Reading Club 2-3-4 . . . GARLAND PRICE, "Mike": Cheerleader 2-33 Pres. Par- liamentary Law Club: Senior Player 33 Civic Welfare Com- mittee 2-43 Teachers Ass't.3 Class Favorite 33 "Alice and Wanderland"3 Athletic Rep.: Traffic Monitor 23 Pres. Local Interest Club 43 Intramural Sports 1-2 . . . ARTHUR PRINCE: Pres. Latin Club 23 Hi Times Reporter 33 Hi Times Sports Editor 33 Yard Monitor 43 Freshman Aud. Club 13 Math Club 23 Architect Club 43 Intramural Sports 1-2-3. MARY LOUISE P'RISOC'K: Freshman Aud. Club 13 Locker Monitor 33 English Ass't. 23 Sec. Chairman 43 Teacher's Ass't- 43 Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . STARR J. PROLSDORFER, "Sn: Harte Hi-Y 2-43 Vice Pres. Harte Hi-Y 43 Band 2-43 Or- chestra 2-4Q Mohian 43 Sec'y. Senior Class 43 Yard Monitor 43 Cafe 1-3 . . . EIDWINA CLAIRE PROUTY, "Wina.": Freshman Chorus 13 Girl Reserves 23 Glee Club 2-3-42 Let- ter Club 33 Pres. Consumer Education Club 4: Freshman Aud. Club 1. INA JUANITA PULLEN, "Nita": Freshman Chorus 13 Freshman Aud. Club 13 Locker and Traffic Monitor 43 Sec'y. American Youth Forum 43 Teacher's Ass't. 2 . . . FRANCES EARLE PURVIS. "Tut": Movies and Radio Club 13 Archery 3-43 Adv. Council Rep. 23 Freshman Aud. Club 13 Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . GEORGE NELSON QUINN: Architecture Club 33 Hi Times 4. , MARJORIE RABUN, "Midgy": Teacher's Ass't. 23 Office Ass't. 23 Biology Club 23 Travel Club 33 Sec. Rep. 33 Treas. Travel Club 4 . . . DOTTIE LORAINE RAWLS, "Dot": Freshman Chorus 13 Adv. Council Rep. 13 Band 2-33 Girl Re- serves 2-33 Sec-'y. Girl Reserves: Music Club 43 Freshman Aud. Club I . . . FLORA GRACE REED: Girl Reserves 2-5: Drum Majorette 23 Spanish Club 43 Library Ass't. 2-33 Pep Squad 4. BETTY ANN REIMER, "T": Freshman Aud. Club 13 Locker Monitor 13 Library Ass't. 2: Teacher's Ass't. 2-33 Pres. Dance Club 33 Dance Club 4 . . . TEDDY G. REITH: Aviation Club 33 Radio 43 Teacher's Ass't. 1 . . . CLAUDIA LORETTA RICKELL, "B1ondie": Freshman Aud. Club 13 Locker Moni- tor 13 Girl Reserves 2-43 Teacher's Ass't. 3-41 Yo Tappa Kees . WINIFORD ALLEN RITCHIE, "Wimpy": Emergency Room 13 Equitation Club 23 Music Club 3-43 A Band 43 Orchestra 43 English Ass't. 2 . . . FRANKLIN WILLIAM ROBERTS: Locker Monitor 23 Debating C'lub 2-33 Civil Service Club 4 . . . MARVIN C. ROBERTS, "Buddy": Cafe 23 Monitor 33 N. Y. A. 4. SHIRLEY ROBERTSON, "Dodger": Freshman Aud. Club 13 Study Club 2-33 Teac-her's Ass't. 3-43 Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . MARTHA SUE ROBINSON, "Pee Wee": Consumer Education 23 American Youth Forum 3-43 B Band 2 . . . J. D. ROCK- WELL, "Rock": Reading Aloud For Pleasure 2-3-43 Recom- mended Modern Alchemist Club 4: Emergency Room Monitor 13 English Ass't. 23 Locker Monitor 2-33 Study Hall Moni- tor 3. WILLIAM MAXEL RODGERS: Office Ass't. 2: Parliamen- tary Law Club 23 Office Ass't. 3: Pres. Math Club 33 Arch. Drawing Club 4 . . . ELSIE MARGRETTE ROEBUCK, "Nig": Teacher's Ass't. 1-43 Study Club 23 Psychology Club 3-4 . . . JACK DEWEY ROGERS: Stage Craft 1-43 Vice Pres. Mid- Year Seniors 43 Study Hall Ass't. 4. DORIS LEE ROLAND: Office Ass't. 3-43 Lost and Found 1-23 Civil Service Club: Coin Club 3 . . . MARY FRANCES ROLLS: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Freshman Chorus 13 Coin Club 33 Biology Study 43 Coin Club 33 Study Hall Ass't. 3-43 Psychology Club 33 Study Hall 4 . . . JEAN ROSS: Adv. Rep. 23 Four Arts 2-4. KATHRYN ROWE, "Karo": Four Arts 1-4 . . . MARY ELIZABETH RUMPANOS, "Bette": Freshman Chorus 13 Adv. Council 2-33 Teacher's Ass't. 43 Study Hall Monitor 4 . . . VIRGINIA ELAINE RUSH, "Ginny": Bookkeeping Club 43 Locker Monitor 43 Adv. Council 4. 1942 J 1? 5 f cll. 16242 flway BELIEF THAT THEY DO MATTER AND CAN BE EDGAR RYLE: Student Council 1-3: Harte Hi-Y: Path- finder Committee . . . EMMA MAE SAVELL, "Butch": Gar- den Club 2' Consumer Education Club 3 . . . VERA AUDREY SAVELL. "Baby": More For Your Money C'lub: Study Club. GENE-VIEVE MARTHA SAWYER, "Jenny": Fresh. Aud. Club I: Study Club 2: Girl Reserves 8-4: Pep Squad 4: Teach- er's Ass't. 4 . . . WILLIAM H. SCOGIN, JR., "Billy": Vice Pres. Spanish Club 3-4: English Ass't. 8: Mohian Staff 4 . . . VIRGINIA EDNA SCREWS, "Jenny": Lost and Found. BEN ELLIS SELF, "Bumps": Scribbler's Club 2: Coin Club 3-4 . . . BEN SELLERS. JR., "Bennie": Tennis Club 8-4: Study Club . . . MARY ANNA SELLS: Freshman Club I: Four Arts 2-4: Locker Monitor 1: Lost and Found 8: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Office 1. ERNESTINE STUART SHARP, "Sharp": Freshman Chorus 1: Glee Club 2-8: B Band Majorette 3: A Band Majorette 4: Sec. Chairman 3: Cafe 4: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Music C'lub 4 . . . EDNA KRASSIN SIMISON, "Little Edns": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Coin Club 3: Club Pin Committee of Coin Club 3 . . . RUTH LOUISE SIMMONS, "Boo": Civil Service Club 4. MARY CATHERINE SINDORF, "Kitty": Panther Club 3: Letter Club 2: Yo Tsppa Kees 4: Teacber's As's't. 4 . . . MAY ELIZABETH SIRMON, "Ma.i ie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Band 2: Consumer Education Club 2: Band 3: Garden Club 8: More For Your Money Club 4 . . . EUGENE BONDU- RANT SLEDGE, "Slag": Cafe 1: A Band 2-3: A Orchestra 2-3-4: Museum Club 2-3: Archery Club 4. ESTHER SMITH . . . EVELYN VIRGINIA SMITH, "Tot- ter": Office Ass't. 1: Consumer Education 8: Red Cross Sew- Ing 4: Freshman Aud. Club 1 . . . HELEN .IEANETTE SMITH: Girl Reserves 2: Library Ass't. 8: Dance Club 3: Civil Service Club 4. J. C. SMITH, "Smltty": Monitor 3-4: M Club 3-4: Cafe 4: Baseball 2-8-4: Tennis 4 . . . PEGGY ANNETTE SMITH. "Peg": Four Arts I-4: Sec. Rep. 1-2: Emergency Room Mon- itor . . . GEORGE WILLIAM SODERQUIST, "Soap"': Stamp Club 2: Engineering Club 4. JOHN WATSON SOWELL, "Professor Watson": Chairman Siamp Club 2: Vice Pres. Stamp Club 3: Sec'y Local Interest Club 4 . . . YVONNE ELOUISE SPENCE. "SkiDper": Fresh- man Chorus 1-2: Scribbler's Club 3-4: Traffic Monitor 1-2 . . . AARON WESLEY SPIKES, "Boots": Freshman Club 1: Radio and Movie Club 2: Travel Club 4: Traffic Monitor 4: Locker Monitor 4. WILLIAM S. SPOTTSWOOD, "Weary WiIlie": Biology Mu- seum Club 3: Debating Club 4: Library Ass't. 4 . . . DORIS BESSIE STALL, "Dot": Freshman Aud. Club I: Biology Ref- erence Club 2: Treas, Civil Service C'lub 4 . . . ETHELYN LUCILE STEINER, "Buddy": Monitor 3: Teacher's As's't. 1-2-3-4: More For Your Money Club 3-4: Freshman Aud. Club 1. JAMES STEINER, "Steinoke": Radio Club 3-4: Safety Driving Course . . . VIRGIE LEE STEINER: Locker Moni- tor 1: Locker Inspector 2: Dance Club 2: Girl Reserves 3 . . . AUDREY MARGARETTE STEPHENS, "Pat": Teach- er's Ass't. 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4. EDNA STEPHENS: 'I'eacher's Ass't. I-4: Yo Taupa Kees 4 . . . MOSTELLER STEPHENS: Freshman Chorus 1: More For Your Money Club 3: Emergency Room 8: Civic Welfare Committee 4: Treas. N. H. S. 4: Chin Chin Club 4: Yard Monitor 4 . . . HELEN LOUISE STEWART, "I-Ielena". SANDERS RICHARDSON STEWART: Band S-4: Music Club 2: Aviation Club 3: Tennis Club 4 . . . BEN CHARLES STIMPSON: Sec.-Treas. Izaak Walton Club 2: Sec'y. Ameri- can Youth Forum 3: Usher 3-4: Murphy Hi-Y 3-4: Golf Club 4: Sec. Rep. 3 . . . RUTH STRAIN, "Ruthie": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Pres. Movies and Radio Club 2: Adv. Council Rep. 2: Spanish Club 8: Locker Monitor 2: Civil Service Club 4: Teacher's Ass't. 2. MARGARET LINDSEY STRANGE, "Peggy": Dance Club 8-4 . . . BETTY JANE STRAUGHN: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Girl Reserves 2: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . JOHN L. STRAUSS, "Penrod": Adv. Council 1: Nomi- nations and Election Committee 2-3-4: Izaak Walton Club 2-3: Mohian Club 4: Treas. Junior Class 3: N. H. S. 3-4: Usher Club 3-4: Intramural Sports 1-2: Mohian Staff 4. MILDRED BEATRICE SUMERLIN, "Mickey": Teacher's Ass't. 1-3: Girl Reserves 3: D. 0. Club 4 . . . JAMES HEN- DRIX SUMMERSGILL, "Jimmie": Architect Club: Reading Aloud: Garden Club . . . THOMAS HOWARD SUTTON. "Red": Track Mgr. 1-2: Traffic Monitor 8: Yard Monitor 4: M Club 3-4: Freshman Club 1. ACHlEVED." . . RAYMOND GRAM SWING SHIRLEY MAE TABBERT, "Katrinka": Cafe 1-3: Fresh- man Aud. Club 1: Dancing Club 2: Tennis Club 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . MYRTLE VIRGINIA TAYLOR, "Ginger": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Yo Tappa Kees' 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . ALICE ADELL TERRY, "Terry": Freshman Chorus 1: Glee Club 2-3: Radio and Movies Club 2: Yo Tappa Kees 4: 'I'eacher's Ass't. 4. ZERLEEN THAMES: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Outing Club 2: Girl Reserves 3-4: Teacher's Ass't. 4 . . . MERCER SAN- FORD THOMAS, "Dope": Murphy Hi-Y 3-4 . . . MAC THOSS. WILLIAM RAY THURMAN: Traffic Monitor 1-2: Locker Monitor 3: Emergency Room 4 . . . STANLEY JAMES THURSTON: Emergency Room 1-4: Biology Club 1-4: Mech. Dr. Room Monitor 1-4 . . . LENA ELIZABETH TIBBETTS, "Punk": Class Treas. 1N: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Biology Reference C'lub 2: 'I'eacher's Ass't. 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4. THOMAS EDWARD TOWEY, "Tuey": Sec. Ass't. 1: Cafe 1-4: Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Mgr. Football 2-4: Mgr. Basketball 2-4: Mgr. Track 2-4: Mgr. Baseball 4: M Club 3-4: Yard Monitor 4 . . . ALBERTA TURNER: Eng. Ass't. 2: Vice Pres. Girl Reserves 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4: School Bookkeeper 4 . . . ANDREW TURNER, "Andy": Stamp Club 4. DOROTHY TURNER, "Dot": Vice Pres. Consumer Edu- cation Club 4 . . . EDITH EVANS TURNER: Freshman Aud. Club 1N: Girl Reserves 2-3-4: Ass't. and Sec'y. Girl Reserves 4: English As's't. 2 . . . BOBBIE 'I'YLER, "Goon": Monitor 1: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Biology C'lub 2: Debating Club 3: Philatelic Club 4. ESSIE VEE TYSON, "S": Freshman Chorus 1: Glee Club 2-4: Four Arts 2-4: Locker Monitor 3: Section Sec-'y. 3: Class Sec'y. 3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Adv. Council Rep. 4 . . . ALICE VIRGINIA VERZONE, "Sis": Freshman Chorus 1-2: Girl Reserves 3-4 . . . RICHARD COMA VICK- ERS, "Dickie": Four Arts: 1-4: Locker Monitor 1-2: Yard Monitor 3. JIMMY COSTA VRACHALUS, "Bashful": Music Club 1-4: Band 1-4 . . . WILLIAM ANTHONY WACKER: Museum 2-3: Tennis 4 . . . DORA MAE WAIT: Girl Reserves 2-4: Mohian Business Staff. ERWIN LEWIS WALDEN, "Louie": Civil Service Club 4: Stamp Club 1-2 . . . ELLA MARGURIETE WALKER, "Marg": Civil Service C'lub 4: Biology Study Club 3 . . . HAROLD BENTON WALKER: Hi Times 4: 'I'raveler's Club 4. TABITHA ESALONA WALKER, "Essie": Junior Band 1: Junior Orchestra 1: Coin Club 2: Civil Service Club 4: Teach- er's Ass't. 2: Freshnan Aud. Club 1 . . . ARTHUR LEE WALLACE, "Rick": Radio Club 1: Study Club 2: Yo Tappa Kees 3: Sec'y. 4 . . . IRWIN WALLACE. MARGIE ELIZABETH WARD, "Marg": Locker Monitor 12 Office Ass't. 3-4: Library Ass't. 2-3: Spanish Club 2: Girl Reserves 3-4: Honor Roll 3: Freshman Aud. Club 1 . . . OLA MAXINE WATSON, "Mackie": Locker Office 3-4: Yo Tappa, Kees 4: 'I'eacher's Ass't. 4: Sec'y. Home Economics Dept .... GEORGE GUY WATTS, "Gut": Aviation 3. EVELYNN CAROL WEEKLEY, "Lynn" . . . ANNA MARY WEINACKER: More For Your Money Club 4: National Honor Society . . . VIVIAN LUCELE WELDY, "Lucy": Coin Club 2: D. O. Club 3-4. PAUL ADAIR WENTWORTH: Traffic Monitor 1: Stamp Club 2 . . . MARY CONSTANCE WHEELER, "Connie": Sec'y. Philatelic Club 2: Pres. C'hora.l Reading 3: Hi Times 2: Mohian Staff 4: Mohian Clubi 4 . . . DOROTHY WHITE, "Dot": Library 1-2: English Ass't. 1: Locker Office 2-3-4: Teacher-'s Ass't. 2-3: Junior Spanish Club 2: El Club Hispano- americana 3: Yo Tappa Kees Club 4: Sec. Rep. 3: Teacher's Ass't. 4. JACK FRANKLIN WHITE, "Jack": Public Speaking 3: Ushers Club 3-4: Tennis Club 3-4 . . . EDWARD LOUIS WHITNEY, "Edu: Yard Monitor 4 . . . ETHEL GLENDA W1ILKES, "Slim": Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2-3: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4. EARLINE WILKINS: Office Ass't. 1: Travel Club 2: Con- sumer Education Club 3: English Ass't. 4: Emergency Room 4: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . BENJAMIN BUFORD WILLIAMS. "Benn: Reading For Appreciation Club 2: D. O. Club 2-4: Adv. Council Rep. 4 . . . CLIFFORD LEVERT WILLIAMS, "Bubba". 79342 ,Q Y ef' Lqll 'K Q4 -3, cg VD .fjmclltl 4' if aww 7Q42 EMMA JEAN WILLIAMS: Freshman Chorus 1: Adv. Coun- cil 2: Latin Club 2: Choral Reading 3: Nominations' and Elec- tion Committee 3: National Honor Society 3-4: Mohian Staff 4: Mohian Club 4 . . . KENNETH E. WILLIAMS, "Ace": Aviation 3 . . . NANCY VIRGINIA WILLIAMS, "Jennie": Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Treas. Psychology Club freshman Aud. Club I: Teacher's Ass't. 3: Panther u . CORA MAE WILSON: Coin Club 3: Girl Reserves 4: Freshman Aud. C'lub 1 . . . ERLINE WILSON, "Red": Eng- lish Ass't. 2: Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Teacher's Ass't. 4: Yo 'Iappa Kees 4 . . . MARY LOCKLIN WILSON. "Lockie"': Locker Monitor 3: Lead in "What A Life" 3: Lead in "Pride and Prejudice" 4: Mohian 4: Adv. Council 4: Sec'y. F'our Arts' Club 4. WILLIAM DAVID W.ILSON, "Willie" . . . MARGARET LOU WIMBERLEY, "WimDy": Letter Club 2: D. 0. Club 3-4: Teacher's Ass't. 1-2 . . . SOPHIE MAE WINSTANLEY, "Sally": Freshman Aud. Club 1: Hi Times Reporter 3: Psy- chology Club 4. CHARLES WOHLERT, "C'hick": Philatelic Club 2: D. O. Club 3-4: Radio Electric Club 3 . . . BARBARA GRACE WOLFE: Freshman Aud. Club 1: Letter Club 2: Yo Tappa Kees 4: Freshman Chorus . . . MARGARET MACKAY WORSHAM, "P'eggy": More For Your Money Club 4. NORVILLE BROOKS WRIGHT, "Norko": Boy's Emer- gency Room 3-4: Movie Club 2: Astronomy Club 3: Travel Club 4 . . . CARRIE YATES, "Toots": Appreciation of Movies and Radio 2: Consumer Education Club 3 . . . MAR- GUERITE BARCENY YAWN, "Maggie": Dancing Club 2. MIL'I'ON PRICE YEAGER, "Pie": Hi Times Reporter 3 . . . BERT O'NEAL YERKES, "Yukes": Chem Club 3: Pres. Radio Club 4: Yard Monitor 4: Track Team 2 . . . THOMAS JAMES YOUNG, III, "Tomas"': Yo Tappa Kees 4: Biology Museum Club 3: Locker Monitor 4: Biology Club 2. K -.:.g.-g,N ,usb vw..-1' Sf III 0:-QIQ. Qlffgzfzzanfafx fxfzzyfzuzfzfvf NYT ATHLETICS LIURING MOSI' OF OUR MORE-THAN-A-CKNTURY-AND- A-HALF OF- NATIONAL GROWTH. THE SUNSHINE OF PIALL HAS SHONE UPON US LIKE MOST GREAT NA- TIONS THOULIII WE HAVE HAD OUR WAR CLOUDS AS WI- RFCOUNT THE HISTORY OF OUR CONELICTS VV! RKALIZE1 THAT OUR WARS HAVE BEHIND THEM THE DI MOCRATIC IDEAL OF FREEDOM. PASSING IN REVIEW ARI VVARS FOUCEHT FOR THE FREEDOM OF THE HIGH SEAS. FRELDOM OF 'STATES RIGHTS." FRI LDOM OF ENSLAVED PEOPLE. FRFFDOM OF HARASSED NEIGHBORS. FRF ELXOM OF DEMOCRACY. OUR VICTORIES HAVE BEEN DUE LARGELY TO THE LOYALTY AND FITNESS OF OUR MANfPOWER. MENTAL NIORAL4 AND PHYSICAL FITNESS INCREASE A NAT'ION'S STRINCTH ATHLETIC PROGRAMS IN OUR SCHOOLS TODAY RELOGNIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF THE PHYSI- CAL HPALIH OF A NATION'S YOUTH TO A NATIONS STRFNGTII AND PROGRESS, V. OX 1 III, I WI Wg, V 1. 1 .-, Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Mr. Chzxrlvs Willcox, Ht-:id Footlmll Coach 1941 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Jackson ,,,A, Pascagoula Biloxi ....... Ramsay Pensacola Phillips .A,., Lanier .. McGill .. U. M. S. Seated: Qleft to riyrhtl Dnnietropoulos, Cleveland, Davidson, Booker, Theris, Barlow. Kneulingri lleft in right! Boykin. Cuolvy, Drake, Beckman, Southall, Gr:-er. Standing: Kle-ft to rigrhtj Chin. Noonan, Courtney, Griffith, Chiepalich, Iiuergzvr. Odom, Wilson, Mclleud, Karcher, Vrachalus, Heubach Q4 Coaches Urquhart, W MURPHY 1 A gallant band of gridiron warriors from Jackson Ilipfh came back strong in the second half to tie the Murphy Panthers in their initial game of the season. Dick Lambert, slashed and spun himself into a heroe's shoes by his gallant playing. He made the tying touch- down by sriagein-gf a pass from Chastin just over the goal. Murphy, unable to move through Jac-kson's line, found a hole in her air defense, and took advantage of it. After passing' to the Aggies 5 yard line, the Panthers lost the ball on penalties. A few minutes later Court- ney and Baker were on their way, carrying! the ball from the Aggies -18 to the 26 yard line. Courtney picked up another first down on the lli, and with less than a minute before the half, Greer hauled down Baker's pass on the .ggi illcux, Sitterle, and Moore SWJACKSON 13 10 and scampered over for a touchdown. Bar- low's placement was good. The Panthers made their seeond touchdown after Southall had received Lambert's high, short kick on' the Aggies 27. Greer ploupfhed through center, twisted to the right and ran to the three before being stopped. On the next play, Baker went around end for a score. What proved to be the all-important extra point was missed when Barlow's kick was wide of the erosslvars. The game ended with Mur- phy trying desperately to score on passes, and Chastin' intercepting' them deep in Murphy territory. Lambert and Joe Chastin stood out for the invaders, while Greer, Courtney, and Baker stood out in Murphy's baekfield. South- all and Chiepalich were outstanding on the line. Haas, Hackmeyer, Towey MURPHY 1 3-PASUAGU U BA u The Panthers traveled to Pascagoula to score their first victory of the '41 season with a 13 to 0 win- over a light, but hard charging Pascagoula team. The Panthers scored mid- way in the first period, after successive line plays by Chin, Courtney. and Martin. Captain "Skeets" Courtney ripped through tackle and ran 20 yards for the first score. Barlow's kick for extra point was good. The game then settled down to a punting duel between' Chiep- alich and Pascagoula's Bolding. The field was soggy, and fumbles were frequent. The sec- ond score came late in the third period, Buer- ger, Courtney, and Martin carried the ball to the 4 yard line, where Martin scored on a quarterback' sneak. Barlow's placement was wide. Courtney and Buerger, substitute back, stood out in the backfield, while Noonan, Chiepalich, and Pate were oustanding in the line. MURPHY 7-BILOXI 20 A strong Biloxi team, featuring a set of flashy backs, upset a game Murphy team 20-7. Hollis and Howarth starred for Biloxi, the former runnin-g 78 yards and 85 yards for touchdowns. The latter kept the Panthers on their feet with his hard running through the center and off tackle. Murphy's only score came when Noonan crashed through the line to block an' Indian punt, and raced 40 yards for a touchdown. Barlow's placement was good. Chiepalich, the Panthers punting tackle, kept Murphy out of trouble quite a few times when he got off long kicks, that put the In- dians back in their territory. Murphy's of- fensive power was due chiefly to Courtney's passes, and to some dazzling runs by Greer and Chin. On the line, Southall and Booker stood out. MURPHY 0-RAM SAY 34 Murphy's grid team took' a beating at the hands of a mighty Ramsay eleven 34-0. The Panthers fought gallantly, and almost scored twice, but other than that, never featured in the game. A fumble by Greer when receiving a punt, set Ramsay up for its first touchdown. Rosser recovered on the Panther 15, and Cater and Romano quickly carried the pigskin over, with Cater scoring. Later a Murphy pass in- tended for Southall was intercepted, and Cater ran for 85 yards that racked up another score. Mausha and Rosser stood out for the Ramsay forward wall, while Cater, Romano, and Rol- lins starred in the backfield. Chiepalich's punt- ing was the feature of Murphy's play. Greer shook himself loose several times, but never got into scoring position. MURPHY 7!PENSACOLA 20 The Murphy Panthers, battling all the way, lost a tough encounter with the Pensacola Tigers 20-7. The Panthers, through the fine running of Greer and Noonan, tore off nice gains several times, but were never able to get within- scoring distance. Pensacola knocked at the Panther's goal twice, but were stopped both times by an alert, hard charging Murphy line. The Tigers finally took to the air, and a pass f1'om Loggins to Henriques was good for a Tiger touchdown. Henriques, Pensa- cola's triple threat back, did some great run- ning for the seaport city, and early in the second period he crossed the Panther's goal again. Murphy's lone score came late in thc fourth period when Barlow pitched a 45 yard pass to Southall over the goal. Southall and Chiepalich were outstanding on the Panthers line, while Greer and Noonan did some grand runnin-g in the backfield. Lettermen: fleft forightl Barlow, Baum- hauer, Booker, Boykin. Buergzcr, Chin, Chiepalich, Cleveland, Courtney, Deme- tropoulos. MURPHY 21-PHILLIPS 22 One of the most exciting games ever wit- nessed on the Murphy field was the one be- tween the Panthers and the Phillips Blue Raid- ers of Birmingham. Murphy, held scoreless for three quarters, came soaring back late in the fourth period to score three touchdowns, and lose a heart-breaker, 22-21. For the first half, the Raiders had the Panthers baffled, and scored three touchdowns and safety. The Panthers in turn, weren't able to make any gain through the big Phillips line. But things began to happen in the fourth quarter. On the first play of the period, Greer shot a bullet pass to Southall who lateralled to Noonan, and Noonan- brought the ball into scoring po- sition. On the next play, Southall scored standing up on a beautifully worked end- around. Barlow converted. Another score came a few minutes later when Boykin re- covered a Raider fumble on the Phillips' 31- yard lin-e. Two passes, from Courtney to Bar- low, and Greer to Courtney, brought the ball to the ll yard stripe. Greer then dropped back and shot a pass to Southall for the sec- ond score. lt looked as though the scoring might end at this point, as both teams fought to a stand- still. But Barti Greer hail different ideas about that He received Phillips' punt on his own 20, and with some fine downfield block- in-g by his teammates. squirmed, dogded and ran over the whole Phillips team for another Panther score. The Panthers lost, but it nut new life into the team, and from that game on they were an entirely different team. No one man stood out, as the whole team played l'lIfll'Cl and really gave credit to themselves. MURPHY 1-1-LANIER lvl Murphy traveled to Montgomery for their next game, and tied a heart-breaking encoun- ter with the Lanier Poets, H-1-1. The Pan- thers started out like a house afire, scoring only nine plays after the game started. Noonan and Courtney tore off large gains through the Poet's line time and time again. Greer took the ball on the Lanier 20. and dashed around end to score standing up. The Panthers down-field blocking on the play was perfect. Both teams played on even terms, until early in the second period Drake, re- covered a Poet fumble on their 4-1 yard line. This time Greer an-d Courtney took times carrying the pigskin to the Lanier 15. At this point Greer threw a pass to Courtney, who, SUl'I'0lll1tlCti by three Lanier men, leaped high in the air to bring the ball down to another Panther score. Murphy started another touch- down drive, but n-ot only did the Poets stop the drive, but also scored. Poundstone inter- cepted a Panther pass and raced from his 35 to Murphy's 25 before being stopped. Through line plays, the Poets scored. Late in the fourth period the Poets again scored to tie the game. Chiepalich played a fine game at center, where he was shifted after Booker was re- moved from the game with a broken hand. Greer and Barlow stood out in the backfield, with Uemetropulos an-d Southall playing a fine game in the line. MURPHY 27-Mc-GILL 0 Murphy's Golden Panthers, very much im- proved since the beginning of the season, and the ugly duckling of the Mobile grid picture crushed the McGill Yellowjackets 27-0, in a display of power that was breath-taking. Some 9,000 persons were on' hand to see Murphy grab the first leg of the city grid title. The Lettermen: tlefttoi-ight! Drake, Greer, Griffith, Martin, Noonan, Pate. Richards, Southall, Thcris, Wallace, V ation Murphy vs. U. M. S. Yost's Defensive Play Holds Panthers Down Panthers came into the game hot as fire- crackers, and drove to the McGill five yard stripe the first time they received the ball. But here the McGill defense turned from tissue to stone. Noonan and Courtney both failed to gain, and Barlow's pass to Southall was no good. Noonan's fired desperation- plunge was halted on the three, and here Mc-Gill took over. The rest of the quarter was a punting duel between Chiepalich and Ankerson. Chiepalich got some fine punts off, twice putting the ball on the McGill one and three yard line. About midway in the second quarter, Greer intercepted one of C'Connor's passes, and the Panthers were off for their first score. Noonan cracked center, and Greer slipped through tackle time and time again' to bring the ball to the McGill 26. Greer and Barlow then took turns chunking passes to 'tWeenic" Southall, who made a first down on the El. Courtney then dropped back' and shot a pass to Barlow on the five, who then went over for a touchdown. llc also made the extra point. The fans had hardly settled in their seats for the second half, when Murphy scored again. On the first play, a bad pass from center went over Scottls head, and Chiepalich, hard-charging tackle, fell on the ball for a touchdown, Courtney passed to Southall for the extra point. A few minutes later, Noonan smashed through tackle to midfield, and then made a beautiful I3-1 yard run, before being hauled down on the McGill l5. Greer circled end for l0 yards, and Barlow sneaked over for another score. The kick was good for the extra point. The Jackets finally took to the air, but their attack exploded in their face when Barlow intercepted a pass on the Me- Cill 530 and ran for another touchdown. No person stood out for the Panthers, as the team worked in perfect harmony. Barlow did :1 great job at quarterback, while Courtney blocked like he enjoyed it. Chiepalich's fine kicking kept the Jackets deep in their territory the whole game, and Southall's game at end couldnft have been better. MURPHY lfie-U. IVI. S. lil The Murphy Panthers hopes for the city championship were blasted to bits by a high spirited group of gridiron players from U. M. S. led by the swiveled-hipped Billy Yosi, the Cadets scored a touchdown with less than three minutes to play before the end of the game on a beautiful pass from Adair to Yost. The Panthers were in the lead from the very start of the game, and it looked like a victory for the Cats until that fatal pass in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter. The Panthers first score came right after the game started. Southall received a Cadet, fumble, and then Noonan and Greer took turns bringing the ball into scoring position. Noonan hurtled over center from the four for the score. VVrights scored a few minutes later when Noonan was hit hard on his own 25. and the ball bounced out of his hands into those of Billy Yost. Yost ran the distance to score. Murphy went on another march but a fumble on the Cadets ll ended that. At the beginning of the second half, the Cats again started their juggernaut rolling, and drove X5 yards for a score. Courtney, and Greer, and Noonan pulled some fine "razzle-dazzleu plays that flustered the Cadets. They handled the ball like a basketball team. On the U. M. S. nine yard line, Courtney took a pass from center, and lateralled to Greer, who went over for the score. On the kickoff, Yost took the ball and i'an 97 yards for the second Cadet sco1'e. The game then settled down to a punt- ing duel between Chiepalieh and Moore, until a pass from Adair to Yost put the game on the ice for the Cadets. Yost and Haginas were the mainsteads for the Wright's aggregation. Demetropolus, Chiepalich, and Southall looked good for the Panthers on- the line, while the whole backfield: Courtney, Barlow, Greer and Noonan did well. .luck Chin, Captain MUlil'1lY-MOSS POINT With only three returning lettermen, the Panther cagrers lost a hard fought game to Moss Point in their first meeting, 36 to 21. Moss l'oin-t, taking advantage of the Cats' weak defense, grabbed an early lead that they held throughout the frame. Haper, lanky center, was the leading: scorer for Moss Point with II points. Chin led Murphy with 12 points. Playing' on their own court, the Pan- thers, who had improved greatly since their first meeting, dropped the Moss Point ag'g're- gation, 333 to 26. Again led by Chin, with 12 points, the Panthers had to fight hard to win. 'l'ied at the half, Murphy tightened its de- fense in the second half to grab the lead which they held the rest of the game. MURl'IlY--SELMA Hncoun-tering a fast and aprgzrcssive up-state team, the Panthers lost a close contest to the Selina Cloverleafs in their first contest, 21 to 79742 czigsfgcv city 67641172 fliorzi 17. Trailing' 9 to 7 at the half, the Cats made a desperate fight to gain the lead, but failed because of Selma's tight defense. Chin led Murphy with six markers, but a fine game was played by both Chiepalich and Barlow. Selina was paced by Camec, fast forward. Murphyls second engagement with Selma was truly a heartbreaker. In good shape, an-d hun- gry for victory over Selma, the Panthers fought with tooth and toe-nail, only to lose in the waning minutes of the game. Leading 15 to 12 at the half, the Panthers put up a good defense the second half in hopes of stop- ping' the fast breaking Selma team. The be- ginning of the fourth period still showed the Panthers in the lead, but Selma took advan- tage of the few breaks in Murphy's defense to score in the closing minutes. Although the whole team fought valiantly, Barlow led the scoring with eight points. Selma, led by Wel- ler, with 10 points, knew they had won a hard earned victory after the final whistle blew. m Chin DeCruy Harlow liollom Row: tletl toriuhtl Clolinizer, Ada s, f , 1 , . 'l'op Row: tleft lo riirlitl Chiepalieh, Ga-win, Tuwey, Southall, llidez, Noonan. Billy Davidson, Manager MURPHY-PENSACOLA A much improved Panther team won a well balanced game from the Tigers of Pensacola, 20 to 12, in their first engagement. Led by "Weinie" Southall, lanky center, the Murphy boys led throughout the game, never once being seriously threatened. Barlow and Chiep- alich played a great defensive game, while Chin and Gewin kept many a point from being rung up by the Tigers with their excellent checking from the backboard. The Pensacola team received the revenge they sought with the Panthers by defeating them 32 to 28 in their second meeting on the Murphy court. The Panthers, led by Chin and Gewin, held the lead until the fourth quarter, when the Tigers came roaring back to score eight points in less than four minutes. Smith, alert, light- ning fast forward, led the Pensacolans in scoring with 12 points, but was supported by SCHEDULE OF BASKETBALL Murphy ..,,,,,. 21 Moss Point ,,,,,,,,... .. 36 Murphy ..... 18 McGill ,,,,,,, . l l Murphy ,,,i. 17 Selma .........,. 21 Murphy ,,,,, 27 U. M. S. ....,, 1-1 Murphy ,,,,, 20 Pensacola ....,, 12 Murphy ,,,.. 36 Jackson ..,,, 17 Murphy ..,.. 26 McGill ,..,. 29 Murphy ...,. 25 U. M. S. ...., 13 Murphy ...., -14 Jackson ..,,. .. 11 Murphy ..... 35 Phillips .,.., 339 Murphy ,,,,, 25 McGill ...., 21 Murphy 31 Biloxi .,,.,, . . l7 Murphy , 23 Selma ,,,,... 24 Murphy ,,,,. 28 Pensacola .,.... ......, 2 SZ Murphy ..... 33 Moss Point ,,,, ,...... 2 fi Murphy ,, 30 Biloxi ..,..i... 33 Murphy ,,,,,,,, -16 U. M. S. ..... 26 County Tournament Murphy ,,,,,,.. 39 U. M. S. ,,.,. 18 Murphy .,.,,.,. 28 McGill .....,. 42 District Tournament Murphy ,...,,.. 32 Fairhope 27 Murphy ..,,,... 39 McGill .,... 37 State Tournament Murphy .,,,.,,....... 47 Tallasee ........ ....... 3 0 Mu1'phy ...... ..... 1 9 Eva High ...... ....... 2 6 the swell defense work of Simpson and Hughey. MURPHY-JACKSON Scoring almost at will, the Panthers downed the inexperienced Jackson team, 36 to 17. Never being threatened by Jackson, Murphy relied on its reserves to do most of the play- ing. Showing promise as good players were Bidez, stalwart forward, and "Mealy" Neely, gangling center, who played fine games. Noble and Joe Chastain, also Jackson grid- iron stars, were the outstanding players for the county team. Only using the first string long enough to start the game, Coach Charlie Willcox gave his second string a fairly good workout in defeating the Jackson aggrega- tion by the overwhelming score of 44 to 11. Scoring at will, the second-stringers gave a good account of themselves. Jackson-, not Lettermen Barlow, Bidez, Chin, Chiepalich l.1ttt-r1111-11 t'l11li111r1-1', llc-tlrtty, tit-win. S1111th:1ll ,,, 1, , i I ll t-tl tt1 Nll1I'ltllj"S sIJ1lt'll1llS tttvttrt, t't1t1ltl 11t-yt-1' tht-ir st-t-t111tl g'z1111s-. l'lz1yi11g ltll t'z1111ili:11' gt-t st:11-tt-tl, with tbllly l12llIllll'I't giviitg' ll gtstxtl g'l't1llllllS, liiltmxi tt1t1lc11tlyt1i1t41gt- t1t' tht-irhrt-g1ks tttttttmt tvt' hi111st-lt', 111:1lti11i3 six tal' tlltx ll just z1s llllll'IJlly h:1tl tltllltx in tl1t- first gztmt-, pttints, N41 Nlurinhy lll2lj't'l'Sltltbtl t111t,:1ltht11lQh tn will this hz1rtl l't11tght hgtttlt-, I,t-iitlinty hy 111th:1ll 111:1tl1- 10 ptmiiits 111 tl1t- t't-xy 111i1111tt-s llllly twts points :1t tht- lllllll, lXllll'lllly wus 1111- ht- pluyt-tl, tu lt-:1tl tl1t- ll2llltl1t'l' srtxriltpl. :1l1lt- tt1 stop tht- lliltvxi hoys i111 tht- st't't1l1tl halt. llrt-t-l z111tl Mt-nut, XYt'l'l' llll' 111:1i11 guns for I'1ll'ltl'llYf -l5ll.UXl lliluxi, whilt- llztrltvw stt1t1tl t111t t't1r tht- t':1ts. l'l:1yi1115 till.lllt'llA lltblllt' t'Ull-l'l, tl1t-.l'1111tl.1t-rs MUIu,HYil,HHIIAIVS ttmlt :1tlyz111t:111t- t1l t-xt-ry llIl'1tlx tt1 uivst-t ll gtmtl ltilttxi tt-11111, Ill tu IT. l.t-:ttlirig llll'ttLlf.1'llttt1L I'lz1yi11g- t111ly tlllt' llfillllt' with Phillips lligh, tl1t- g':1111t-, tl1t- t':1ts llllt t111 illl t-xhihitit111 t1t'4 llvltlljlllj' t1'11yt-lt-tl tt- l:ll'ltllllf.l'll2ll1l, ttllly ttm lt1st- llllt' tt-:1111 yyurlt :111tl 1-t1t11'tli11:1tit111 tlllll h:1t't'lt-tl il llt'2ll'lltl't'2llil'l', 5329 tty 355. l.t-tl hy lit-y, hit: tht- liiltmxi l'2lt1't'l'S t'tbltIllll'lt'lj', Only l'iyt- puiiits l'ttl'XVZ1I'tl, tl1t- lit-tl lt2lltlt'I'S t'z1111t- st1:11'i11g lmhk 1ht-:1tl :tt tht- h11lt', Nlurphy tlitl st1111t- l'2lSt ill-tilt' t1'z1ili11g: in tl1t- thirtl t1llill'tt'l' to sctwrt- tvriiitg tt1st-t-111't- 21 tgtttwtl lt-z1tl, whit'h tht-y kt-pt Ill points. 'l'ht-y tht-11 st-ttlt-tl tlt11y11 to il titrhi' tl1t- rt-st t-I' tht- gz1111t-. liztrltny :111tl fllllll lt-l tlt-t't-t1-siyt- g1':1111t- for tht- rt-st of tl1t- ftllll'tll Nlttrpliy with t-iight 11t1i11ts t-11t'h, whilt- ll:11'tit-lt tiuztrtt-1' ttv wurtl t1t'l' tl1t- tl2lllj.fL'l'0llS :mtl tlt-s- mtl lltttt-tt,-ii, tt-t-rp t111tst:111-tIi11g' fm- liiloxi. pt-1'z1tt- thrt-nts t1t' tht- P:111tl1t-rs. t'hi11 1111.1 l lK'lIl1I lt llllll'll llIlIlI'HVS'tl tt-11111. Murphy was Stllltllllll lt-tl tllt- Murphy tt-11111 with 15 1111tl I2 tips:-t hy tht- 2lll'l'l lliltwxi t':151t-rs, 2235 tt: Sill, i11 points rt-spt-t'tiyt-ly. 0 fllllll :111tl St111th:1ll lfI'l'illi-U11 ll. M, S. Attempt MURPHY-U. M. S. In their first game towards the city cham- pionship, the Panthers were the victors by the score of 27 to 14. Substituting freely, Mur- phy kept a good lead to down the Soldiers. Leading 19 to 9 at the half, the second- stringers played a good portion of the second half. Gewin was the stand-out for Murphy, scoring nine points and also playing a whale of a game at forward. Moore and Yost stood out for Wrights. The Panthers took another step towards the city championship when they downed Wrights for the s0COI1'Ll time, 25 to 13. A rather slow game, with frequent fouls and missing shots, the Panthers led the whole game. Southall was the high point man with eight points. For Wrights, Yost was the main eager. Stepping still closer towards the cham- pionship, Murphy defeated U. M. S. for the third straight time, 46 to 26. Frequent fouls caused the Cats to lose Southall and Chiep- alieh in- the early part of the game, but well experienced reserves carried on in a fine manner. Chin and Gewin paced the Panthers with 10 points apiece, while Yost and Moore were the Soldiers' high point men. MURPHY-McGILL Murphy started out fine in' quest of the city championship by defeating the McGill Yellowjackets in their opening game, 18 to 11. l't was a nip and tuck game throughout, with Murphy trailing 8 to T at the half. During the third quarter, the Panthers pulled some fast offensive plays to put them ahead. Playing a strictly defense game the fourth quarter, Murphy allowed McGill to score only two points. For Murphy, Chin was the pace setter, with nine points. Barlow played a good defensive game, holding the Yellow- jackets best shot, Kluck, scoreless. Roberts was the man who showed up well for McGill. In a tight battle that kept the score tied until the last few minutes, McGill dropped the Cats in their second game, 29 to 26, to cause the Panthers to take a step backwards in the city championship race. The score being tied at the en-d of the first and third quarters, Mc- Gill shot ahead in the fourth quarter, and then put up a defensive that Murphy couldn't get through. A tough break occurred wheh Southall was ejected from the game on fouls. Roberts, aggressive center, was left open, but was held to only two points by 'tHandsome" Clolinger, handy little second-striniger, who did a good job of watching him the remainder of the game. Roberts and Kluck were the pilots of the 'Jacket attack, while Chin and Barlow stood out for the Panthers. Before Murphy Wins from U. Roberts, McGill, and Southall, Murphy, Jump For It M. S. the largest crowd of the season, the Murphy Panthers defeated McGill Institute 26 to 21, thus giving to them the undisputed title to the city championship. Trailing 15 to 10 at the half, Murphy put on a fast attack at the opening of the second half to pull ahead and cinch the game. Taking careful pains with every shot, and making every one count, the Panthers played a very cautious game. Pass- ing the ball around until an opening was made, the Cats made sure that no shots were wasted. The whole Murphy team played well, but Chin and Southall were the high scorers. Barry and Kluck stood out for McGill. Mur- phy plaeed three players on the All-City- Southall at center, Chin at forward, and Bar- low at guard, thus ending a good season and throwing fine light on the coaching ability of Coach Charlie W'illcox. Q McGill Takes Murphy 1.nn MEEQII Couch Urquhart Standing: Burns, Barlow, Stevens, Clausen, Spicer, Milne, Pyburn, Lynch, Batton. Seated: Smith, Browning, J. E., Bland, Marshall, Benedick, Heath, Chaillot, Spikes, lirownimz, A., Carr, Bob Cseated on groundl, Mgr. Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy++ Murphyff..- Murphy,.LL Murphyqt- Mu1'phy--, Murphy..-1 Murphy-,-. Murph yL-,.- Mu1'phy-,-.--.- BASEBALL SCHEDULE FOR U. M. S. Jackson U. M. S. G. C. M. A Jackson U. M. S. McGill Gulfport McGill G. C. M. A Gulfport McGill a' X 1 I .,,, 73 1942 Captain Clausen fs 65357 fig, 'Q :YI ik .sfxfffk ri ff, f in g Av.A,, K. . , SE? 'fi QQ E wg 31 gi. x 2 -x N 97-.. J . x J m Em Lilih A 'QW , fx 3 7 ' uh. is Y Q Q Q my ,,, swf!! wa ,Q MLA df: u 1 ' .L Q xml Wk , Q A .V --'- 2 v-524, if . . . ff , if ' ' ALMS inf 7 'WF +1 XR IJ! X ! N.. i Q Q ft. A X QS J . " "I nop, va- ,gy 'N Q FF Q 1 .Q 1 5' Wg . QX X in Q pix- , if ?i"'1 lx fl. 7 y ' ' .. 9 Q' Ns.. is Q, f ep u ' 4 vyi ' 1: 5 . , - 4 A ap . ,, ' ' if '. '1 AN' qf V .f gh 1 w 5 '," ' .. V , A ' 1.- 'x H. 1 'NL Vs gf g n E Y . I I ,www 1, S he yi 2' J? A Q N 3 -b 'J' 1-1 5 J, s 33 I I as 1i'!fi'i 'I 4 1 5 1 , ,Z R ef 1 'H-'f ORGANIZATIONS THE PHARAOHS. THE CAESARS. EVEN SOLOMON "IN ALL HIS GLORY," ENJOYED NOT SOME OF THE LUX- URIES WHICH MODERN "MR, AVERAGE-CITIZEN" IN OUR COUNTRY ACCEPTS AS COMMONFLACE OURS IS AN INTERESTING STORY OF PROGRESS FROM THE SLOW- TRAVELING "PRAIRIE SCHOONERH TO THE SPEEDY AIRLINER, FROM THE UNCERTAIN MESSENGER SERVE ICE OF THE PONY EXPRESS TO IMMEDIATE CDMMUNV CATION VIA TELEPHONE. TELEGRAPI-I. OR RADIO. FROM CLUMSY HAND TOOLS TO MODERN ELECTRICALLY DRIVEN MACHINERY, FROM CRUDE LOG HUTS TO MOD- ERN COMFORTABLE HOMES IT IS THE STORY OF GROWTH MADE FOSSIBLE IN A DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY WHICH BELIEVES IN THE 'AGENERAL WELFARE" OF ALL ITS CITIZENRY MANY OF THE DISCOVERIES AND THE INVENTIONS WHICH BLESS OUR LAND TODAY HAVE OCCURRED THROUGH THE PURSUIT OF HOBBIES. MURPHY ENCOURAGES HER STUDENTS IN WORTH- WHILE HOBBIES AND INTERESTS BY FOSTERING CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS VVHOSE PROGRAMS OFFER PLEAS- LJRABLE PARTICIPATION IN MANY INTEREST GROUPS. -1- f ff 'il ruff o .'Tj::-:LFE . . . ? AM :HA -SUI! " I"' vw , . wIgIfQ'5fM I f"IrI'7'3b 4'lIfw-A . -. 4-n - . ,. 'ch -. :1-., - . e.-- ' .., . -2- A . .- .l '. 'S ' Y. -i. . ' x n I E. ann. uwuuvzu...-. -..-. .. --x..u. Goyette, Broun, Lowe. Nivison, Donald, Scoirin. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row One: lleft tn rip:htPLott, Nabers. Pelletier, Rabun. Holt, De Sardon, Kling. Conover. Miller, Wheeler, De Van, Con- nie: Ge-ron. Row Two: Havard, Hetland, Davis, Dunnavant, White, lin- banks, Denmark. Davis. Row Three: Elliott, Ritchie, 1-Millnn, Covan, Hand. Mc- One of more than 1200 chapters throughout the United States, the Murphy National Honor Society was organized in the Spring of 1923. For three years it functioned under the sponsorship of Miss Ann-a Mary Sclater, and since that time Miss Vir- ginia d'Ornellas has been faculty advisor. Corresponding to Phi Beta Kappa, a college honor fraternity, membership in the National Honor So- ciety is the highest honor attainable in high school. The record of a student's Work for the four years is considered by teachers in recommending' pupils. Names of students recommended are passed upon by af aculty committee, and finally by the entire faculty. lette. Horn. Williams. Nichols, d'Oi'nellus. Carnplu llnvlnios, Chin. When considering students for membership, teachers weigh carefully the merits of character. scholarship, leadership, and service. Character is mostly determined by his attitude at school. Schol- arship is based on the four-year record. Under leadership comes offices held in school organiza- tions and contributing' to or Winning in contests. Service includes being a monitor or helper and co- operating in' school projects. Wherever it is worn, the National Honor Society pin, which bears the torch of wisdom and tho' let- ters C, S. L. S., signifies all that is highest and flnest in high school life. 4 Row 1 ISQ-zitedj: D1-Van, M. I Stephens, Karcher, Doyle, Mal Row 2 fStanrIim:b: Straus-. lm-H io riuht: Hnrdee, Pies.: ll Hirsch, Vice-l'rn-s.: Dnnnnvunl. FAN RANIJLETTE A. H. S. mppa-ll. l'1-is-rson, Sec.-'l're:is.: Named in honor oi' Murphy's former beloved art teacher, Miss Fun Rnndlette, the Fon Randlette Art llonor Society was orgzm-ized in May, lil-10. Mein- bership is gained through competition in an annual spring contest-exhibit. This contest is open to Mur- phy students who have been in u Murphy nrt class one seniesler or more. A jury of adult artists zip- pioves en-tries for hanging' and selects from the contestants, ten for nieinbership each year. Mein- bers are entitled and encouraged to exhibit and they may win honors in the form of "Recognition" ribbons. . RXSX Left to right: 1Sentedl Fulbe Mnlchniek. Tsinner. Gunfhorpe 1Slundim:l llnustein, Moore Clausen, l'elhzim. In the Spring of 151-ll the society for the first time had its contest-exhibit hung in the Mobile Pub- lic Library. October, 19,11 saw the first fall exhibit of the work of inenibers only. Officers who have served this year are Betty Ilurdee, presidentg Har- riette Hirsch, vice-presidenlg Irina Peterson, secre- tary-treasurer. Three nienibers, Mzlriun llunnavunt, Betty llalrdee, and Mildred Costa are responsible for the art work in' the 1912 Mohian. Anita Wil- helm, charter member, is now studying art at Car- negie Tech. Patsy Cairns und Mildred Costa were absent when the picture of the new 119425 1110111- bers wzls taken. L VH f ff T9 GOLF For promoting greater skill, keener in-terest, and more pleasure in partici- pation among golf enthusiasts. Austill Pharr .....,..,,A,,,,...........,,.. President John Damrich ....,.,,... .,.... V ice-President Richard Griffith ,.,,,,. ,...,.,.... S ecretary Mr. Sitz ....,.v.,,,.,,.., ,,.....,,.. S ponsor PHILATELIC For boys and girls who collect stamps and who are interested in increasing their knowledge of stamps and in getting an opportunity to "trade" duplicates. Karl Bretzman ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,, President, David Brock ......, . ..,, .Vice-Presidentt Bette Davis ..,.. Bobbie Tyler ........ ....,,,,,,, T reasurer Mrs. Hargrove ,V....,,w.....Secretary ,,,....i.Sponsor HARTE HI-Y For creating, maintaining, and estab- lishing high standards of Christian char- acter throughout the school and corn- munity. Frank Ellis ,,,.,,,.,t,,..,,,,,,,,,, .,t... P resident Starr Prolsdorfer ...., ....,,.. V ice-President Norman Nicolson ....,,, .....,...... S ecretary Orion West .........,,,.,. ,........ T reasurer Mr. Unzicker .......,. ...... S ponsor LOCAL INTEREST For those wishing to become acquaint- ed with the historic events, sights, and distinguished sons and daughters of this famous city. Garland Price ...,... ............ P resident J, M, Nelson ....,,,,,,,, ,..... V ice-President Jack' Sowell ...,..,,c,,,,,cc. ............ S ecretary Eva Louise Spain ,cc,,,, .ic...... T reasurer Miss Withers ..... ,A ..,.,, Sponsor ll IU ml MIIB 80 1? ff Q .in V A F ' Nl , :,, M f. V '. .13 . 1 C' 1. -iw i n,-u ,fl wx ...Q h 4 ni' l ,l -l .Y , inykff Q. IA x - uf, Q57 '1x,fi3,, iq? .Maxis-n , I 1 Q! M..-"1 ' ' "' - X J n if W N ' . pg gm , , . ,f ' if Wm , vs rf? .1 Q All! . asv '15, U VW I X 'N ,nga 1- 'fjw ,. 'Q 9 J- zx 'A 'LM ' x V2 f Q if - H FLA K v, Q .fi 3 W' 1 ' ef ' A I Jil Q E N 'V - Ill igq:InQL -ga 5 ....,- 1 -D s '01 I V K KNOW ALABAMA For Juniors and Seniors who want to learn more about their state, its history, resources, industries, and the opportun- ities it offers them. Lease Cleveland .,,.,,, ,,,.,.,,i., P resident Rose Peters .Y,i7Y,..., ,i.... V ice-President Dick Boykin ....,,..,.,.. ,i....., S ecretary Harold Brunson ..,,.... ........ T reasurer Miss Michael .......,,, .,7..... S ponsor PSYCHOLOGY For bringing students of Psychology together through professional and social activities and for promotin-g interest in Psychology throughout the school. Beverly Konz .,.....,,,...,,,....,,..,,,, President Allen Christie ,...,,,,..,,..,,.7.. Vice-President Betty Kling i....7,,7,....,7,... Recording Sec'y. W. H. Clements ,,..,,,. Corresponding Sec. Henrietta Farnell ,,...,,,. ,...,,,,,. T reasurer Sue Benson .......... ...,,.. P arliamentarian Joyce Kelley .,.,,, ,,...,.,...,,,.... M arshal Miss Anderson ,,..... ...,.....,..... S ponsor MORE FOR YOUR MONEY For girls interested in planning and buying clothes that will improve their personality, meet their needs and save them money. Wimberly Dixon ,,,,,, ,, ,A,.,,,,,, President Ann-e Weinacker ...........ii, Vice-President AlliS0l'1 Dellby A,.,.....,,,,,,.....i.i..i,. Secretary Mary Jeanette Harrison ........,, Treasurer MTS. Ross ....,,,.............,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, S pongor ARCHITECTS For the study, development, under- standing and use of architectural knowl- Qdge of the prospective draftsman. NOI'l'l1an O,COTlH01' ,,,,,,,,,Y,V,,,,Yv,, President George Layman -............... Vice-President EIITIGI' SCl'1l1ll1Z ,,,,,, ,,,A,Y, S QC'y,-T1-935. Mr. Massey .,,,. , -,--,-,,-A--- Sponsor Q0 MUSIC For studying theory, harmony, instru- mentation, analysis of musical compo- sition, and all subjects connected with music appreciation an-d history. Ira Swingle .,,c,..,.......,...,.,,.,,...... President Tally McKenzie ....., ,.,i. V ice-President Martha Thompson ...,., Sec'y.-Treas. Mr. Ilahmer ,,l., , ., ,, Sponsor PLEASURE READING For those who derive pleasure from the reading aloud of short stories in a group. Claude Ware ,, , .,... President Claude Robinson, , ...,... Treasurer Mrs. Foote ,,l, . , ,, A ,,,... Sponsor APPRECIATION OF MOVIES-RADIO For Sophomores interested in the dis- cussion and evaluation- of movie and radio programs. Betty Neil ..,,, ,, Hollis Wiseman Ivy Pope ,,,,,, ., ,, Calvin Dunham Miss Hargrove President Vice-President Secretary ,,n..Treasurer i.,..,,Sponsor KNITTING For girls interested in knittin-g for themselves or for the Red Cross. Virginia Flynn Audrey Moore Catherine Carr Miss Smith ,, President Vice-President Sec'y.-Treas. , A ..,,. Sponsor 'U E. N,-4 High School B cto SU .II Q 5, CD .-4 o O 4-7 :hw .-CI . Du.. E2 2 M urphy's Flap: Twirlcrs Murphy's Band on Parade if wauuww 8 5 1- I-'rvshnmun Chnrus lhm' linyx' Glu' l'lllh 'lho Girls' GI1-0 Club CHIN CHIN For students who wish to cultivate poise and personality. Shirley Roberts ....,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,.... President Katie Green ,...,,i,..,,., ,.... V ice-President Gwendolyn Coan ....... .,Scc'y.-Trcas. Miss Driver ,...,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, S ponsor CIVIL SERVICE For Juniors and Seniors interested in being clerks, stenographers, and typists for the government. Helen- Smith ,,,.....,,, ,,,,......i.,, P resident Edward Dudley ,,,., .,,,, V ice-President Emmett Spence .........,A.,,..,,..,,,, Secretary Doris Stall .,.,..,.,,,.,.,,,,,.....,,..,,,, Treasurer Mrs. Ward, Miss Whatley, ,....... Sponsors MURPHY HI-Y For developing higher moral traits in a religious and social manner. N. Q. Adams ,,,,,,,, ,,,.....,,,,,....,,,, I 'resident Austill Pharr ..,,,....,..,,,,,,,. Vice-President Edward Baumhauer .,.,...,,,,,,., ,Secretary Jimmy Hand ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, .,,.,,,... T reasurer Eldrid Latham .....,i,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, C haplain Ralph Richards .l,,, ,,,,,,, S g't.-at-Arms Mr. Massey .,.,...,, ,,.,,....,,,. S ponsor GIRL RESERVES For girls interested in sports, discus- sions, handicraft, and other activities made possible by their junior member- ship in- the Y. W. C. A. Rose Marie Chin, ......,.....,,....,,,, President Alberta Turner ,,,,,. .,,,.,.. V ice-President Nellie Micklei '.,, ..,..,...,,,.... Secretary Edith Turner ,.,..,.....,.,..., Ass't. Secretary Frances Wooley ,........,.,..........,. Treasurer Bruister, Brunson, Culberson, Green, Jefferies, an-d Tate ....,.,.,..,.... SDOIISOFS sAl A,j" Y x 5 ' G-A Q 1 i R, F K5 - 'A X -f , 4- O ,w x 1' 3 G Wag? U I R 2? :- gi ,-QQ. E? MRUSE F'M'5W'??" . ,Biol qapiyxdfvx 'Q 9' ' N - 16 'J i ,A Z 1 I I w wg' 6 3, 1 1 1, I ' "' 9 Q 484 ' 9' ' Q ,.. 'J I N . Q. X fl f 4 si f u - QTL .GSL ., NN Wu 1 I , '71 ' Q , ll E , if V11 II DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS For developing appreciation, under- standing and good will"among the mem- bersg for developing civic and vocation-al intelligenceg and for developing within each member through various social functions a well-balanced individual. Curtis Bedford .,..,,,,,,,,,,, .,.,.,,,,, P resident Warren Patrick .,..,, ...,,,, V ice-President I1'ene Gartman ........,,,,.,..,.,.... .Secretary George Browning ..,..,,,,.r....,,.,,,, Treasurer Gerald Sawyer .,,,........,,,,.......,.. Treasurer Messrs. Ward, Baker, Miss Dowling, Mrs. Sonnier ....,........,.., . ...Sponsors COIN COLLECTORS For students who find ra1'e coins not only valuable but also enjoyable. Mem- bers make and display collection-s of foreign and domestic coins and visit boats for exchange of coins. Eugene Honeycutt ,,.................. President Juliette Miller .......,.......... Vice-President Irene Pelletier ....... ............. S ccretary Billy Lyon ..,.,,,. .......... T reasurcr Miss Craddock' ...... ........ S ponsor LEARN TO KNIT For girls interested in knitting for themselves or for the Red Cross. President Lois Brown ..,.. ...................... . ' -President Thomas Charmaine. ........... . .Secretary .. .,.. Treasurer ...Sponsor Carol Evans ....l................. Vice Betty Long ............. .. Miss Rubira ....... .... PLAYERS For those students interested in study- ing and producing plays of literary and dramatic value. Nick Holmes ......,,...... .....,........ P resident Doris Karcher .................. Vice-President Mary Locklin Wilson .,.............. Secretary Tish Piper ,.........................,....... Historian Mary Houston .........,,. Program Chairman Mrs. Hamil ...,... . ........ . .i...... Sponsor Qqf L KNITTING For girls II'lI,0l'l'Stl'lI in knitting fur thcnism-Ives or for tho Rc-cl Cross. lim-tty Griggs Vzxulinm- Truvx Vim l.a Vmw Johns Mary Tziylmi Miss Vanclorgrift TRAVEL For lmvs 'ind girls lritc-11-sim-ii . . . study of i'0I'l'I1.!,'ll c'oi111t1'i1-s. l'1-to Austin . Ruby Lott , Murjrn'i1- Rllifllll Mrs. Vaughan I'I'c-siflcllt '-Prvsiilont S1-c1'otz1ry T I'0ZlSUl'0l' Sponsor in thi' Pl'l'SIll0Ill S1-I-11-tary 'I'l'0zxsL1r0r Spun so i' RADIO AN D ICI,I+XT'l'RIC For i'urt,h0ring thc- knnwli-rl go of thc mvrnlwrs nf' thc- rmnplvx fin-ld of ruclin and 1-li-rtricity, bv thx- iii-sitrn, iion, anrl mpc-rziiion of raclio irivzil zxppzimilxs. const rur and vlvc- Uvrt, Yvrkvs I'rm-siclvnl Frzulk Pic-kc-ns Vim--IIi'vsirlviit Hd Roy lfmlclis Souix-tz1l'y I"r:1nk Harbin Tri-usurvr Mr. Korzir FINE ARTS Sponsol For pruvirling nrzwtirzll art, l'Xlll'l'IOIll'l' for its l!ll'llliH'l'S, and for assist ing in thu puinting nf src-nm-ry, rostuinos, anal nthur pl'npvI'livs for svhoul pl'o1illc'i.iml. Milfirm-rl Vosiu I'l'l'Si1ik'l1i Mziriznn llunnnvnnt Vim'-I'l'm-siflm-lit Thi-lnm Nm-I Sm-c"y,-TH-zis. Miss K1-nnc-fly Spunsur ,I-i, 6' Nr' ill Editor-in-Chief, Doyle: Business Manager, Pelletier Bob Doyle- ..................... Billy Scogin .........A,A,...Y,,. Lou Gordon Conover .,.. Jean' Dumont .....,..,7,..,. Connie DeVan .,.,,,,,.,. Connie Wheeler .,....,.. Jimmy Hand .......... Sam Higgins ................. I U55 7942 :Jlffogian EDITORIAL STAFF Nick Holmes ..,..,.,.....,i.........., Mary Elizabeth Nichols ........ Emma Jean Williams Bill Nivison ................... Pete Austin ,,......,....w. Irene Pelletier ,,...... Dora Mae Wait ,,,..,,,,, Juanita McNellage ,..... BUSINESS STAFF SOLICITORS .........Editor-in-Chief .......Assistant ...,,...,.,.Faculty ...............Faculty r.......School Life .....,.....School Life Extra-Curricular ,.,...........Athlet1c ,.,....,.....Dramatic ..........C1ass ..............Club ....,.Photographic Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor E.ditor .......Busin-ess Manager ......Assistant Manager ....,...Staff Secretary N. Q. Adams, Ed Baumhauer, Annie Kelvie Davis, Myrtle Lee DeVan, Betty Dorgan, Julian Gewin, Marie McC0wan, Starr Prolsdorfer, John Strauss, Mary Lock- lin Wilson. lhirk: lla-ft to righlb Higgins. Holmes, Austin, Mr. Wilkiv, Nivisnn, Doyle llllllll. S4-mrin. l"runl,: flvft to righll Nichols. M4'Nm-llzxgv, Whvvlvr, llumunl, Williams, Cun- nvvr, IM-Van, lllllllllllh Bark: flvft to rixrhtj DvVan, "I!uo"g Strauss, Adams, Tinilmhalzer. Prolsmlorforf G1-win, llnrgan. Frunt: H1-ft in rinzhtl IR-llctiur, Wait, Mc'Cmv:m, Davis, Wilson. Oh! Huw the Mohinn Staff Loves Work 933 P Editor-in-Chief Benson, Business Manager Harris Ugg dmuzpgy C7516 Ulmer. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor ..,......................,........ Sue Benson Managing Editor ...,...... Mary Denmark Sports Editor .................. Arthur Prince Make-up Editor ............ Joan DeSardon Third Page Editor .......... Yvonne Fearn Exchange Editor ....... ........... E va Spain News Editor .....i..... .......... B etty Kling Editorial Page Ass't ..,............i... Natalie Brana Ass't Exchange Editor .,., Annamerle Northcutt Fashion Editor .............................. Carolyn- Noel Freshman Reporter .......o......., Patsy Lonnecker Reporters-Eugene Agee, Joe Dacovich, Hor- ace Dismukes, Diane Johnston, Dorothy King, Selden Kearns, Ewell Meadows, Har- old Murphree, Carolyn Noel, Mary Null, William Patterson, Teddy Pearson, Bessie Phillips, Helen Purvis, Janel Redditt, An-n Robertson, Kathryn Rowe, Mary Taylor, Lois Smith, Emily Thomas, Paula. Travis, Harold Walker, Andy Welch, Robert East- man, Edward White. Cartoonist ..,.....,....,.................. Barbara Pelham Club Reporter .....,............,i....Y,,... Lesta Moseley Editorial Advisor .... Mrs. Anita Grimes BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager .......... George Harris Advertising Mgr ........... Doris Karcher Circulation Mgr. ............ Morris Mayer Ass't. Circulation Mgr ................... Sidney Gray Foreign Circulation Mgr ......... Dorothy Gordon Assistan'ts4Jean' Faulk, Stevie Goode, Bev- erly Konz, Connie Ackerman, Nell Ollin- ger, Mary Houston, Howard Mathis, Edith Terrill, Thelma Noel, Lurie Sawada, Mollie McAndreW. Bus. Advisor ...... Miss Annie Lou White Published bi-weekly by journalism students of high school. Printed in school printshop under direction of R. D. Houser. Subscription' price: Advance 20c semesterg 35c a year, single copy 50. Accepted for mailing at special rate of postage provide for in Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917, authorized December 4, 1922. FOUNDED 1917 .. .Al Standing: fleft tu rigzhtj Welch, Patterson, Pearson, Prince, Nurthcutt, Taylor lliwmukf-sa, Kr-arns, Agree, Meadows, Dacovich. Scutvcl: fleft wright! Thomas, King, Phillips, Furvis. P1-lhnm, Mosclcy, Benson Spain. Rnlwrlsun, lirnna, Smith, Rvdriitt, Johnston. Stumlinuz flefl to rigzhtl Mathis, Ts-rrell, Kunz, Fzullk, Gnoclv, Avkman, Mayer. S1-ati-cl: Ili-ft tu right? Dc-Vun, Karvhi-r, Houston, M1-Anilri-w, Nucl, Sawzuln. 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OUR NATION PROGRESSES IN THOSE DEMOCRATIC IDEALS WHICH MAKE POSSIBLE MEN OF VARIED RACIAL, NATIONAL. AND SOCIAL BACKGROUNDS LIVING PEACEABLY TOGETHER. HIS- TORICALLY RECALLING THE VARIOUS RACES AND NA' TIONS THAT HAVE HAD A F"ART IN THE BUILDING OF OUR REPUBLIC, WE REALIZE THAT IT IS, INDEED, A DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY WHICH HAS HARBORED AND MADE A PLACE FOR ALL WHO HAVE CLAIMED ITS CITIZENSHIP. ,N v saaf HERE ARE PRESENTED THE SIXTEEN MUR- PHY STUDENTS WHO WERE CHOSEN BY A SECRET COMMITTEE OF OUTSTANDING MOBILE ARTISTS FROM THE PICTURES OF OVER FORTY CANDI- DATES NOMINATED BY A CROSS-SECTION OF MUR- PHY'S STUDENT BODY. THE EIGHT GIRLS. AL- THOUGH QUITE "LOVELY TO LOOK AT," ARE ALSO OUTSTANDING IN OUR STUDENT LIFE. THE EIGHT HANDSOME BOYS ARE AMONG OUR MOST MANLY. Cjonnis maqfan J Ggispagcg Qxgyx Jvogrzsi gfemz bunzont !f: T45 . 42 l lllllllgl, f f ff .M fff 5 gil 361111 QQELJH QM 314111 c'1'fukzlf2zfLf ,I cd .IJ L ETA., :J ffcj- KETSOIL Ljanics qfyoocf fpayfon olfiggiaon 2: 5? 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I , ' TN. f . f . ' 'P ' . N. . , .1 ,W C v -.fy ' ., U45 , 1 i , 0. W ..- - - . , ' w ..g, ,S G . H Q 4 if mv Q I . IU 1 5 m , z.lqA li, gg Rx 'Q' W' 1 , I MWSYW iw link , XE,:f,5. A wgakw Q-fiffff V , 11, X ,L E T W 'SWAP E nf A 5 ? , - ,,,gz.f "' ' 3 t P 1 ? 'M f I jf y " ' ' Q' ' I rl.. ,, . ' 1 n 1 "' Q , 'iz '15 'Tr 'V , ,H-X I A 1 'gt C IS I r, .Wx b, R , In V 2 1 I xx if 'Q ' V if f sv if .XML 4 a A .it - if 'S' ihw, .fbi bw 4 R4 3- CW' 'i U .9 yi . ' --,N . 1 , V- 1 l . x 1 x lf? Ni I . - 9 1 x K, 4 NU ,QWIZUQ 'Ts W Hx. r IQ!! v 1- ' ' , .4 ,ferxg 55.5 'n W"--Qvw as G. J . 'AQ x N" 4 u 1' 'f ' A. .Q I Kwik, With deep curtsies, low hows, a few broad A's, and quaint cos- tumes the Four Arts clula opened its ltith season on Ilecemlier 5, presenting Pride and Prejudice. A record crowd attended the per- forniances. 'l'he Christmas play Cl, 2, 21, 87 was Why the Chimes Rang, given hy the dramatic class assisted by the Players and the Glee Clulm. 623 Angel appears in Cathedral. llopkins, VVood C81 Uncle tArlmol tells boys tl'arker, Natwickl about services. Q41 Darcy fMooreJ shows chart to Elizalmeth t'l'ayIorJ. f5J Lady Catherine fVaughtJ calls on Ben- netts. tWilson, Karcher, McPher- son, Ilarris, Vaughtl Q65 Bennet tArlioJ reads important letter. ttlampliell, Houston, Karcher, Levi, Arlio, Wilsonj C75 Lydia tlfoleyj persuades Bennett to let her go to llrighton. ttlamphell, llouston, K ar c h e r, Moreland, Arlio, Foley, Wilsonj Q95 Collins tllolmesl refuses to kiss Lydia tMcl'hersonJ ttfampbell, Hous- Lon, llolmes, McPherson, Wilson, Karcher, Moreland! 1101 Darcy writes in Mary's tCook'sJ scrap- iook ttlook, Moore, Durant, Mc- Andrew, Redmond, Arendalll tlli Collins fllolmesl proposes ,o Pllizalieth tWilsonJ QIZJ A norning call. Clievi, Northcutt, Wilson, Campbell! 11335 Another norning call. tliedmond, MeAn- lrew, Arlmo, llarris, Arendall, Woore, Taylor? 4143 Congratula- ions! tArendall, Campbell, Wil- aon, Moore! H51 Dramatic class lemoustrates Globe model, plays ,vith puppets and marionette, Lews, and makes angel wings. tl? Well, well, here are the iandsome football boys posing ust before leaving for Montgom- iry. C21 Maurice Kennedy gives is a liig smile. fill Watch out! Jlr. llahmer, the train leaves with . jerk. C41 I wonder wlio's get- ing a tender farewell? C53 V or victory, M for Murphy. C63 'he lmand. t7J llail, hail, the 3ang's all here. 181 The lull lie- ore the storm. till Mr. Stookey. .'-Elm ill or , l2l giiwkk 'In 'I , fssfw 'Ma' ,, 5 ,Q Q s ggi V K1 ffgmg ns. ,- -3 W .Q C15 Juvenal, Strauss, and Har- lesty-Drip, Drip, Drin-It looks ike rain! C25 Dohm, Mallon and Bush probably talking about the eternal subject - women. C35 Prom the looks of Tela, it must lave been good. C45 "Jug". C55 Slow Doc, while her eyes are zlosed. C65 The party is getting 'ough. C75 Who are you staring Lt? C85 A little ray of sunshine. f95 Jack and Beverly enjoy a lit- le seclusion. C10 Sam shows Jack low. C115 Nivison and Nicholson .crap-over Millie? C125 Messrs. Vloore and Prolsdorfer, the gen- uses of Murphy. C135 Girls with loses for news. C145 "Why so male and wan, fond lover?" C155 3obby Murry and Chuck Wilson alot revenge on the photographer C165 Phillips' biz shot tries to tell Vfurphv! C175 Cuties Levi, Hous- ,on, Karcher, and Mayhall. C185 Fhey got it bad and that ain't good. C195 Jean and Millie. C205 look at the dogCs5. C15 "Weenie" off to a flying start. C25 What's the matter 'Chip" is your shoe string un- ied? C335 Millie, the cashier girl. C45 Brother Doyle woos them ig-ain. C55 Frousy llope in his isual position, C65 The "hen-kling lens" gather at lunch. C75 One oi' VIurphy's better half. C85 "Red" ieems to enjoy that. C95 That grinning Grendel. C105 Mrs. Mur- phy comparing angles. C115 All 'ight. C125 What's the attrac- .ion'? , 123 5' ii HWY ' A 15 'w"1:,-Q 115 Murphy students show their faith in democracy with a patri- otic program. 125 Time out for lunch and the latest news. 135 Guess who? 145 The Swingsters swing out with "Daddy". 155 liewis Odom shows the correct form t'or giving a yell. 165 Twice as much for a nickel too, but orange soda is the drink for "Jeep" 'l'heris. 175 In the groove. 185 Keep your hands on top of the table girls. 195 Here is the U. 15. Club masquerade again. 1105 Get to work, Pitman, or the lli Times will be late again 1as usual5. 1115 Sam Higgins ad- dresses students during the patri- otic assembly. 1125 Oh, look! "I,ockie" Wilson and "Flossie" 'l'-aylor, actresses? 1135 Here's our t'aitht'u1 Panther Ulub. 1145 No doubt the conversation runs thus: "Say have you heard the latest one about -" 1155 Too many cooks spoil the broth. 1I,et't to right,5 Sup't. 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