Murphy High School - Mohian Yearbook (Mobile, AL)

 - Class of 1948

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L 53' 'ff' W. 1' 1 5 A --Q U S: 2 3 81 M01-IIAN Out of the summer's pleasant vacation time, Out of the Ninth-month heat and the hurricane, Down from the Stars and Stripes, vivid against the sky, From the green of the campus, live-oak framed and patterned with shadows, Down from the rea' tile roofs of the cream-colored Spanish buildings, Out from the myriad classroom experiences, Out from the shuffling of feet in the corridors, From the clatter of trays and rumble of voices at lunch time, From the endless mirth of students, Up from the lusty yells of the bleachers' cheering crowds, from the work and sweat of the Panthers, from the clamor around the hot dog stand, Over the footlights of the blue and gold curtained stage, Out of the festive, short-lived holidays, Out of the moclqingbird's throat, melodious among the magnolias, From the purplish iridescence of the red bud and the faintly fragrant azaleas, Up from the new-planted tree, commemorating our presence, From row upon row of white-gowned graduates, From the Sixth-month heartfelt sweet sorrow, We the Seniors, uniting the past and the future, A reminiscence sing. Phrased by Norma Langley in the manner of Walt Whitmarfs "Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking MURPHY CALENUA 6 V 12 f 13 14 16 24 SEPTEMBER 22-NOVEMBER 21 26 28 30 6 A 34 It 35 1 2 'fx lnfiff' 36 K 48 l M 50 NOVEMBER 24-IANUARY 30 51 52 58 60 66 1 'Wil 4 67 .A - ,, 3 X 68 ' , 'l 70 72 FEBRUARY 2-APRIL 2 74 2 ' ' f, 86 if 'gif 87 ' lglA!jld R 15" 88 ' 103 H ,A 111 117 APRIL 5-IUNE 4 I ol4 KAN VOLUME TWENTY-TWU R FUR 1947-1948 First Quarterg Mr. Brown Freshmen and Sophomores Night School and Barton Administration Murphy Faculty Barton Faculty Student Council Mohian Murphy Hi Times Second Quarterg Mrs. Fulcher Interclub Councilg Mid-year Seniors Clubs Dear Ruth Orchestra Band Football Football Sponsors Basketball Third Quarterg Miss White luniors Operetta Honor Societies Mohian Applauds Favorites Fourth Quarterg Miss Gensert Seniors Senior Class Album Mid-year Graduation Speakers National Honor Society Induction Tree Planting Published by Senior Class of Murphy High School in Mobile, Alabama. PATSY IEANNE DE WITT, Editor. BEVERLY MORRIS, Businexx Mumzgcr. EDWIN HEACKER, Art Edilor. TOULMIN GREER, Arxirzanl Edi- tor. WILSON GAILLARD, Assrklzznl Bu.f1'ne.v: Manager. ANNIE LOU WHITE, Adviser. ROY R. WILKIE, Conmlmni. DAVID BEDFORD and IACK GILLILAND, Sludent Photographers. GULF STATES EN- GRAVING COMPANY, Photography and Engraving. GILL PRINTING COMPANY, Printing. ADAMS STUDIO, Porlraits. MOHIAN URPHY H'Ia' lQlx'.H1f.XIHIiR , lQ111!1 111111 lurk 4 If .C It 111 1-11 111 p ll .f two.-111111' . . . Cf11l1'lf'y Sf1l11gf1fc'1".f f111.rf1l11f ,f111if1' 111111 z'lz'1'e'1' 1'111'If11111.v . . , l'f1r11f1gz'111z' .vz'111'u1'.f muf- lllg 1f11'11' f1l1'11f LII .-'1111l1r1. .. l,l'!',ff1fl'I1l 'I'111'kf'1"x z'11g11g111g illllff' 111111 m'n'1r111'1' 11111111111 Sllllfvfl' 51111011 l1'llIl 1411111 11' fl-.fflltllg fm' N1 1'11l1'!1 Ll u'f11l.'f' . . . H1I!'IfH1',Y fvrrlry fr'1'1'r- fury 111' B111'Iu11'f f11'.vI111'11' dfxffq . . . 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Two postponements ac- counted for the unusually late opening date. The session had been scheduled to begin on September 8, and loyal Murphians, forsaking all hope of a miracle, had prepared reluctantly to exchange bathing suits for school togs, leisure for learning. Then the glori- ous news arrived! Necessary equipment had been de- layed. We were to have ten more days of joyous vacation time-ten whole happy days of swimming, sailing, and sunning at the Gulf! And then came the hurricane, shattering windows, toppling trees, ripping off roofs, unnerving residents-and delaying school for three more days. Finally, however, classes began, with the usual back-to-Murphy bustle and routine. Once more we dutifully filled out the fa- miliar information cards-yellow, blue, orange, and white. The first days passed pleasantly as we greeted old friends and met new ones. x'Sr0QiS Soon the first quarter was in full sway . . . We missed the 'Kverdant freshmen," who had been trans- ferred to Barton Academy, and noted that the sale of elevator tickets had considerably dwindled . . . On November 12 eighteen Student Council mem- bers with Miss Baxter and Miss Noel left by char- tered bus to attend the SCGA convention in Corpus Christi, Texas. They returned enthusiastic about the trip, excited over a visit to Mexico, and triumphant over securing the convention for Mobile in 1948 . . . MURPHY HI TIMES launched its annual cam- paign with another hilarious Iamboree starring mem- bers of the football team . . . MOHIAN staff mem- bers organized 77l seniors for their visits to the studio and sold their quota of twelve hundred an- nuals . . . We Seniors began to Wear with ease the cloak of responsibility that to us as underclassmen had seemed so impressive and as juniors so enviable. We felt a challenge to add our bit to the tradition that is Murphy. We anticipated a year of varied achievementsthat would end in happy memories. Also anticipating a memorable final year at Murphy was Mr. I. W. C. Brown, beloved member of the faculty for twenty-three years, who was to retire at the close of 1947-1948. To a few Mr. Brown may be merely the quiet, kindly, handsomely -graying math teacher who has charge of the locker office. To most of us, who have been lucky enough to attend his classes or to assist him in the locker office, he is much more. He is, of course, an excellent teacher, making clear the mysteries of math to even the slowest students. He is also one of the kindest, most human persons we have ever known. His bright smile, his merry sense of humor, his weakness for bright fto put it mildly, ties, and his funny little habit of appropriately quoting witty lines of verse endear him to every- one. As our formal tribute we have borrowed part of Mrs. Marie Foote's excellent compliment to him in the M. E. A. News: "He is at his best now. Tolerant, genial, liberal, sym- pathetic, he has captured into his soul real values-love of people, in- terest in world events, respect for God's laws and mysteries, the deep joys of home, and a delight in the beauties of nature . . . We salute Mr. I. W. C. Brownf' MID-YEAR SOPHOMORES September found IZO mid-year sophomores entering their fourth semester at Murphy and looking for- ward to the end of the term when they would be juniors. President of this group was petite and pretty Nancy Martin. Iler fellow officers were Howard Park, vice-president: Flzine Rudd, secretary: Deane Saun- ders, treasurer: and Doris Pressley, council representative. They chose for their sponsor witty Miss lidna Olson, English teacher. Sr'i1lnlf.lIiH'll'l1, llz.-Lv Ulfu11.' ffillllflllgf Park, l7I'C'.fJ'ff-V, Rnzfrf, Sizlilzrfrrw. SC JPHC JMC PRES As the majority of the llill reg- ular sophomores had spent their freshman year at Vigor or at liar- ton, their first assignment was to get acquainted with one another and with Murphy. Coming from schools where they had been the ruling class. they had to adiust themselves to being subordinates again. Presiding over this largest of classes was an evenly balanced group of two boys and two girls: Douglas Ferguson. president: Iohn McGowan. viceapresidentg Carolyn Newlin. secretary: and Peggy Ann Farmer, treasurer. Sponsor for the sophomores was Mrs. Inez Perry Langham. capable teacher in the commercial department. Slilllllffl'felltfffllllllh ,llr,-1 l,4l1I'hzI.'lI, lin'- s Q L gIIf!HI.' fri1I1'1l+.'X'r'rz'f.'l1 and l'i1rl11z'1'. FRESHMEN Murphy freshmen, numbering twenty-eight sections of 935 stu- dents, were quartered at Barton Academy and Yerby because of crowded conditions at the high school. Class officers were also stu- dent eouncil officers. or vice versa. Stanley Carpenter was president: Leonard Knodel, vice-presidentg and Peggy Martin. secretary-treasurer. Miss Mildred Ellisor was sponsor, ably assisted by sponsors of various committees. Une of several fine proiects promoted by the freshmen was "Courtesy and Good Manners." Kfurfimlrr, .ll.n'ri11, Knmlff. ,l ivio1IiAN MURPHY HIC EH SCHOOL Murphy High School, the only public high school in Mobile, enrolled about four thousand students during the lf?-l7-19-lf? session. Senior. junior, and sophomore students, accommodated at Murphy proper, numbered thirty-one hun- dred. This enrollment did not include the vets erans' classes or the adult classes held at night. Principal of this large organization with in- numerable administrative problems is Mr. Ray- mond G. Wilscmn, who is now in his third year at Murphy. Mrs. l.ouise li. llainil is assistant principal, in charge of veterans' classes and the night school for adults. Mrs. Grey Gibson Uevilbiss is registrar. D n If!!-.ll1'.-A. Hizmzl, .lim lIrz'1lfi1.f.f, Mr. IVIIJOIII Rlgfzl-.llr.c. Rolls and .llr. Sliifvlfmll. Hl MoH1AN BARTON ACADEMY Barton Academy, century-old cradle of Mo- bile's public school system, with adjoining Yerby school, is familiarly known as Murphy Annex. lt is headquarters for Murphys fresh- man class of 935 students because of crowded conditions at Murphy. Mr. W. C. Stapleton is principal of this freshman unit, with Mrs. Eloise Rolls as assistant principal. , Though students remain at Barton for only one year, school spirit is strong, and students assutne many responsibilities after they are trained. Barton believes that 21 democracy is the ideal form of school government but that a democracy without trained leaders is not 11 democracy. Accordingly, great effort is made from the beginning to train students for re- sponsible positions. The school runs smoothly and happily because there is such close coopera- tion between sponsors and committees and the administration. 'if vafion Lvl!-.lrl rltlxx in mln!! niyfzr school, with Mlif. llilmil In fn1cA'gr'nlrl1zl and .lllifi l:'n1lrl'fz' In fllghf flll'l'gl'U!1I11f,' lv'1ghl--.llLf.v l'm'1'fuy, .llixf Ttlylnr, U11-x l'11f'r, .lim Hifxlrr, Hrs. B1'1'zlg1'u't1lrr, rlillxf. Iffilfl' tfz'11'1'!il1',i'l, H7711 llfiv. ICU, v',-' fr'hiI:'l'nnll1j. NIGHT SCHOOL FUR ADLLTS The night school for adults is an outgrowth ol' the veterans' individualized instruction pro- gram. Students enroll to get credit toward at high school diploma or to make special prep- aration for college. Enrollment is limited to people eighteen years old or above who are not enrolled in the day time. The school oiiliers a great variety of courses-mechanical drawing and art, history and other social sciences, gen- eral science and biology, woodworking, stenog- raphy and typing, English, and mathematics. One of the most valuable courses is known as the general continuation class. which begins with first grade reading and writing and con- tinues through the sixth grade. Taking these varied courses is a great variety ol' students- lirom boys and girls who dropped out ot school Ullly Il YCQII' Of tvvo 21310 to ll'lCll llnil Xvollllcn with children and even grandmothers. The program permits the student to work at his own rate ol' speed, and the length ol time needed to complete a course is determined by the ability and perseverance ol the student. 'I 3, lf' lf.XCIUI.TY CLTRRICUIAUM COMMITTEE The faculty curriculum committee is a large and enthusiastic committee that met on Tues- day mornings regularly throughout the year. The members thoughtfully analyzed the pres- ent curriculum at Murphy: made an intensive study of students' needs as to health, citizen- ship, and ability to earn a living: read numer- ous books to discover curricular tendencies and developments in other schools, and visited the schools at Pascagoula and Troy to observe cur- ricular practices. These activities supplied the committee with a background for recommending gradual changes in the present curriculum, with the goal in view ol' adiusting it to each individualls needs. lixperimentation on a small scale began when a few social science teachers shifted the intcrest in the classroom from the viewpoint of the teacher and the textbook to that of the students. Une senior said, "Now l know more than iust history. l know why we study it and hovv useful it can be in working out solutions to current problems." Ivitll-HAN Ili 'fl uvla RAYMOND G. WILSON PRINCIPAL .Ilr111ph1.r Srfllr, lf. IJIIAY' l1'111'1'1'1'.f1lV. 'II. If1l..' 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RHSURD CILIQRK l.II1II'I'I'f1fYI' of Tr1111rff1'r CECIL M. VV.-XRD ,. IBIRECTOR UF IISRADE AND INDUSTRY IiDI'c:ATIoN 011111 .N'l11fr U111'1'1'1'f11I', H. S. 111111 Il. .I..' f.'11f11111h111 UIIIl'f'I'.flfjf' MRS. ADDILEAN HOOKER, R. N. , SCIIOUI, NL7IiSI'l MRS. HIiI.F.IY H. MCINTYRIQ CAIIIQTLRI-I INIANAGLR .Il11, 1'.-' 111h11.fz11.f .Vfufr Culfrgrq L'1111'r1'.v1'1.I' of .-If11!n111111 MRS. IOSIQIJHINE IIRUISTHR CAIII-LTILRIA IYIANAGLR .ll11!u111111 Cullrgr. H. S. I.UCII,l.Ii ISARISR NIAN.XGI.R XVl.I,IfAIiIi S'l'0RIi IiXl'l RIAII NMI. f.IXII'S IIISVISSIS 'l'Ill 1X'I'ImxI Llflx 111 Ihr 1111111111 Izgr 1.1 Ihr 111!-1111pr11'111111 ,mh- jrrl ll7I1l!'I' 1!1'fz'11.v.f11111 hy 11 Pllllfl 111 ffIlll'l'7If.I' 111 I1111' of .II1'.f.f Rnlh 1.1j1.f1'r1111l1'.f r.rf1r1'1111r11I11l 1'1'1'1rx l'l1I.f.f!'.f. 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Colnnz- f1111 b'111'1'1'1'.f1"ly1, l'f1. II. MRS. A. VV. ARIAIL ,,,,,, .BooKKu1aP1Nc:, S'rlaNof:R,xPHx' H11111111g1lu11 f.'11flf',141', ,l. H. IOHN HOWARD BAKER, IR. . CSUORDINATUR OF Vm:.x'r1oNA1. EDUCATION BI-l'lI1l-llgfldlll Sr1111hf1'11, H. S. FLORENCE HALDERSOIN . . . ENGLISH U1'111'g111 S11111' Crfffrgf' for H'11n11'11 HARRIET BARNES .. Pm'su:1x1. Ent7111xT1oN 11111.-41111 C11llr14f'. 11. Hu' 0111111111111 Ull1Al'!'1'.v'l'fV, Al. 1l. GLADYS BAXTER. ,,,, ,. . . l31f:I.or:x' L'VI1Ill'l'l'.fI'fj' nf ,If11f111m11, Ii. S. MRS. T. C. BILLUPS ,. .. M1xTl11iMAT1c:s Hvt'J'fl'll1 .U111'yf11111f f,'r1ff1jQ1', 11. lf. OSCAR ROLAND ,.., . ,,., .. Elscu, AGIQNT ,V1'1'11l111n !fr1ff1'gf', B. 1C11.fk111 Cuflvgz' IWRS. DORUTLIY VV. ROOKIE . . CIVICS l111l.f1111 f.'off1'gr', li. fl. W MARY HRAGG . ,,,. ,,,, . . .... . .. BIOLOGY A P1'11fw1fy CQIIIIIQQC, B. C11l111r1fv1'11 LIYIII-l'l'l'J'IfV, ll. ,I. I MRS. E. LEE IZRIDGEWATER .. . . .. . Civics L'111'1'1'1'.f1'1y of Ch1'1'11gu E. LEE BRIDOEWATER . , P1lYs1c.:,xL EDL'1:.x'1'11m llf111111'.c .S'111I1' A'r11'n111l L'111'1'1'1'.v11y, B, lf. I. W. C. BROWN, .. .. Auslzam, c1liOlXII1'I'RY l1l1!l'l'1'.flAlY uf .Xl11'h1'y1111, .I. li. THOMAS H. BROVVN . ,... . DR1xlfT1Nc:, T11c:11N1c:,xL H1111gf1I1111 f.'11flrg1', lf. .l.,' Bllllfll-IIAQ f1l'l'l'l1 U111'1'1'1'.f1'1y, H. S. 4 1 Ivmwr YSABI I-, AVORK Or Mvlwm' Plclvr Suov ,1pf1'1'1111'1'1'.f Wwlzfy If1f1111.f, IQUXPFV1' 1fo.r11'1' 111111 lffffy SIN!-fb, lflllh 1h1'1'1' Jl11.fI1'1', Hr. li. IJ. H!JIl.Vf,l'. tIl'I' Nlllkfllg 11p fUl'HIj p1'f'p11r11fo1'y 111 1'1111111'11g off 101' ,flfwf I Ftflffllll of Jl111'phy H1 T1'1111'.f. I'1'1'111- 111g ffm .fvhfwl fulprr fx 1111131 OIII' of 161' 1'11f1111N1' 111't1'1'1I1'r.f of 1111.1 f7Il.V'V f7l'l'l1l xhofr. 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Thi! 11'111'k 111'1j11111'111'x p1'1'11I1'11g .v1111ff'111.v ll'I4f!I Ihr 1111114 of LI f11'1'11l1'1' lllllf 11111y 11.v.v111f 1h1'111 11 1'11'1yf1f f111111'1' fhlwllgh ll 11.v1'f11l 111111 1'1111grn111l 11111112 IXIOIIIAN I7 I'.xn1m'1 or Iflu LUIJNI IIIRAIY lJoc:1'x11 Yrs To l'vz'w111f' 1lL'l1IIHfIlfl'l! lt'If!I IlUL'llHll'IIf! 011 Ifzf' Frvrzlrmz Tmfu, ,'IUIl'l'IL'L1lI lllwwlllzzz' .VfHIfl'llI.f und rhrir Il'LIl'flf'l', .Ilr.f. l'n'gI11fI1 .Il:'.fIllI.fI1'r, l'Il'll' A111 rxhifdr in ffm l1lf1w1'y. .Ilzfy Gilfffll, flf1I'lI7'iNlI, um! lm' ulflz' lffmzry ll'0I'Al'1'.f, 1,11 mnpvnzllulz zvizfl Jfiif.-' Forrhurzfl of Ihr .mullf .fvzilzfv llI'f7Il1'fH1l'Nf, pfv- f7tU'!'!f Mix u'1'.fpluy. IIIXIFII jw.f.f1'lvlz', fLl1'.ff7?1lIt',x' of ffu' 1f0z'11n1fl1f.r Lzfrrz' A'lIUll'lI,' fvzrl if fhfy lrfrz- nu! Lllwlifmffvfv, f7ilkfIH'I'.f I'l'f71'l'.V!'lII1vlIg' Ihr' hiffory nf iflz' llIUl'lll7l!'lIff ltfl'I'l' mmf. .lf 41 ruff!! umny ytlulcvllf lmrllrzl mon- ufwnf lfzz' n11'lr.flr111f'x Ill flzc fziffury of fl'Cf'rfUn1, anal lfzofc :ffm z'i.fi14'1l Ihr fmin z4fw'z' lfflfw' f7I'l'f7tIl'!'lf In I1j1f11'z'1'111Iz' fllflll. 181 MOHIAN 'WV 7 MRS. M. CHANCELLUR . ST14,NommPln' IIUIVIIIIIQ Ul'lk"II Ifn.f1m'.fx UlI1l'l'l'.v'l-IV, H, 5. , Clvxcs 'IIHJV Xfzllr' Tul1'hw'f ffr1ffr'.Q1', H. S. MARY M. CLARK , MRS. RUTH RO.-XCH CIMXRR IQNGLISII H11f1f1'11,Q1lm1 Cnffvgzg .l. Ii. MRS. IHSSIE Ii. CULIQ HISTORY SI. l.I111'l'r'r1r'c', .I. Ii. LUCILE HOLLIS LTUONFR VVoR1.D H1s'rokY, IIIVIIZS l311f1'r'l'vify nf ,H1IfHlNl1l, .l, II. FMMA A. CRADIJOCK. . Iilolmcv Tz'.rIl.r LIlII'!'f'1'A'ffj', IS. .l..' Cflllllllfffxl U111'z'1'1'.f1'IV, .Il. fl. CLAUDE DQXHMER . BAND, ORClI1is'rR.x WINNIII DAVIS ,, . . . . IiNc:1.1s1fl ll11r1l1'11gIfrn1 Cnlffggf, .I. li. I. HI-XVIS DAWSON . . M1Ic::1.xN1c:.xL IJRNVVING lilllfllllxl Suzzlfzzwl, .l, Ii. H. I5. DENNIS M1im:li.xN1c:A1. IJRAXVINKI, WcncmrmXxfrxxaK1Nc5 .lllzfulnm I'olvin'f111.'f' Ifzflflnlf, li. S. VIRGINIA d'ORNIfI.I..XS IVI.'XTHl:INlA'I'ICS .Yf1f7f1,'1' 1Y1'!l'r r1HIf', .I. II. RUTH DOUGLAS NIXTllliM,X'I'll.S, Glacmczlmpllx' .lf1l!'LIHlII l'nlvln'h11n' llIA'll'lIIfl', If. S, MYRTLE liNIJliRLlfQ NIl'.lTll.XNl1lfXL IRRAXVINII, EXRT Tllfzllll' I"l111'z'l'.-'l'!v, H. .l. LUIS IE.-XN FIFI'ZSIIVIIVIONS , , , SPli1ac:l1 II'!'A'fl'Vl1 Krnlm Stun' 'I'm1'f1z'1'x Cnflf'gf', li. .l.,' Lf11lz'r'r'.f1fy uf ,llfllurlrlm .II. .l. MARIE FOOTE .. . .. ,, .. . HISTORY U111'1'c'1'.fl'!v of C!1ll'HlQ'fI, Pfl. 13. CM RUTH FOREHAND .... .. I . HISTORY U1111'r1'.f1'1v of .-l111f111n111, Al. 11. MRS. W. W. EULCHER . .. , .. . SPANISH .V111'y H111'11'1'11-B11yl111', 11. H. WILLIAM NV. EULCHER .. . ,. BIOLOGY 1S'11111h11'1'.f11'1'11 lJ111'1'1'1'.f11y, xl. B. WILMA GARRATT 7,,, .. . SPANISH, ENcI.IsH U111'1'1'1'.f1'1-y of .Il11f11111111, B. S. MARTHA C. GATLIN .. .. LIBIIARIAN LYNlAl'!'l'J'lfj' af .'1f11f11111111, 11. B. IESSIE MARY GAY .. . .. . . .. LATIN Uvllfhlvllgfllll U111'1'1'1',r1'fy, 1-I. B.: C11l11111!11'11 U111'1'1'1'.r1'1y, M. fl. BETTY GENSERT , . SPEECII H111111'11g1I1111 CUHl'rQC', 11, B. RUTH GOLSON .. . .. PHI'sIc:.1xL EIJI'c:1xTIoN .lf11f11111111 f.'oIf1'g1', Ii. S. ELIZABETH GREEN . . . .... .. ENcsI.IsII .S'p1'1'11g H1ff Culfrgr, 11, B.,' ,'If11f11111111 I'111y1c1'h111'1' 111.v11'11111', ll. S. RUTH K. GROOM .. .... .... .. . .. . ENc:I.1sII Llyill-I'f'I'.I'l'IvV of .'ll11!11111111, 11. H. 111111 JI. fl. W. S, HAND.. ..... . .. .. . . .CoMIwIuRcI1II. LAW 1'1'11f1r11fy Colfrgr, B. S. MARY ELIZABETH HAY... . . ...,.. D. O., COIxIM1iRcIAL G1'111'g1'11 SI1111' C11fl1'g1l for W111111'11, B. S. SUE H1-XYLES ,...... . . ,CoIx1IIxIuR1:I1IL G1auc:R1IP1IY I,'Vl1fI'f'1'fifV nl .'1l11f11111111, R. S. EVELYN HINZ . .... .... . ENGLISH Hr11l'111'1f C'11ffc'g1', .l. Ii. SHELBY HOLBROOK .. .. ..... ..... .... E NGLISH H111'11111'1l f.'ofl1'g1', Cr1l11111fI1A11 U111'1'1'1'.f1'1y, fl. B. E Mus. BILI.IrPs' MA'1'I1uI.1x'I'Ic:AI. GAIIQI 'rs SlIUlUfIIg' tl IIIHQIIIII' 1l1'1f1'1'1'.v for fl'1ll'!I14lIg' g!'0Hll'II'-j' 111'f Her! .S1'ogg1'11.f 111111 fflllfy 111 lohm 111-.11 g nn! 1l1c'x1' 1!111'1'1l1'1I I-I1f!'l'l'.fI I-II 111111. H1'lf11f1s' bvI',fkl-II I"1l!1'11g1'111. .f1l11'1' .v11n1111rr Hapk1411.I' Ullll'6'I'.1'l-fy' .W11 Billllpf 1'l1'1f1'1' 111.f11'11111f1111' Io 11111 lm' 5111- 1l1'111.r III! 1110111 fully 11111f1'11f111111l'111g 101' f11'i111'iplr,v of g1'a1111'I1'y lhrollgh lf11'.v ,I'1'111pl1f1'c'1l' f0l'lIl of fl- !11.v11'11111111. TM.-' 11111l1'1'x111111I1'11g 1'f.f11l1f I-II g1'c111f1' 11111'r1'.f1 I-ll flll' 1-11111'.v1'. T X111 111gc111'o11.f 10011 111'r' l'l'I'j' .f1'111pl1', flllf Iflfj' 1'1111 lm 111111ic 10 form Ifzf IHUXI 1'11111jvlf',r ffgllI'f'.f. .5'1'111ply fly Me 11.-'c of 1'l11.rli1' 111111 f!lIlI7If7 1111'A'1' on ll ITOLIIYX 111131 kill!!! of 1ri1111gl1' 1'1111 171' f7l'UIfl1l'l'1!, 111111, ffzf' fU'f7IL'IP1f'! of fill' 1'1'1'1'l1' 1-1111 lu' 1'llz1.v11'111r'1l. MQIIIAN l'l9 I I GIRLS IY FOOD CLASS I'uI4,I1AIu2 Fon GRAOIOIIS I.Ix'INcg Ill lhvir .vfmly of fuozlf f111111f1l1' for 111111'fzw11x, Hll'lIll7t'I'A' of .Ilnx Wlllic G. S1111'1f1'f 17001111 2 0111.11 1111- f11'Cf1111'111g' 11 f1'1111 .YLIIAIII ll'!lU.fl' fit!!!-1' fIZgI'l'!lIC'l1f if p1'1111rf. This .ffmly f11'g111I' 111110 wlrpx 111111 C011- 11'1111r.f with foozix 115011 for flu' l'IIfII'l' 11111111. D111- ing !'KIt'!l l1I!101'11tory 11611011 o11c lfllifl is p1'rp111'c11' 111111 .fl'I'l'C'lI ffl Ihr fU'Of7l'I' form lo ffm family g1'o11p,v 11110 whirh fha' 1'I11.f.f if 1l1'1'11ff1J. Thr fam- ily g1'a11p f7it'l'Ill'C'!f if mzrzfvoxrzl of 1711111 II11r1'i.f, Brlly l111'1'ff11, Syfvfl I.yz'11'1'f! llllli 1.11111 B11111111. 1500115 1'111.-war j71'Ul'f1ff' 1111 r.I'14fl!1'111 0f7f7Ol'fIlIIlfy for llff' fo 1111171 IM' 111'1' of 1'ur1fg111g 111' 1111 LII-If I0 111- g .I I1'lf1'gr111, g1'111'1'1111.v f11'1'11g'. 201 MOIIIAN 141' MRS. XVALTER G. HCIRN ,,,A, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , L HNLORCHESTRA Cl111'11go .IfIlA'fc'1l1 College R. D. HUUSER ,,1,,, ,,,,, P RINTINC, HOUSEHOLD MECHANICS UIIIl'l'I'A'If-Il of filtllnlllltl If. P. HOUSTON . ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,W,,,,,, , L ENGLISH Pmfvozfy Cnllfgr, B. S. EDWARD D. HUDGENS ,71,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,N, , , ,,Y,,HISTORY M1,f.I'o111'1 Shih' Coflrgv, B. S. IVIRS. N. B. HUTCHENS ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,.,,, L ,,,,, ,WENOLISH Hllflflhllgllllll College, A. B. VIVIAN IELKS . ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, CLOTHING I.11111,f1111111 Stuff U1111'r1'.f1iy, A. B.,' U111'1fz'1's1'1y of Alrzbamu, M. S. CLYDE KENNEDY ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,.,,,,,,A,, A R T U111'1fr'1'.f1Iy of IHLIKTIIIYILI, A. B.: Ar! l11.r11'1111r of Cfzimgo, Diploma L. L. KERZICL . ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,.,,,., ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,A,, B I OLOGY UllIl'fI'.fify' of ,'f11ll7t1l?11l, A. B. 111111 M. A. MRS. INEZ PERRY LANCIHAM ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, TYPEWRITINC 1111161111111 Coflrgr, B. A.: U111'1f1'1's1'1y of Al111111111a, M. A. M. I. LAWLER. . ..... ....,........,, C IIZNERAL SCIIQNCI3, BIOLOGY Sprizzg Hill College, B. S. RUTH LIPSCUMI3 ...., , ....,......,.,...,,., ...,, , .HISTORY, CIVICS ,Il.".f.I'1',I'x1pp1' Sr1111h1'1'11 College, H. S.: U1111'w'.I'1'Iv of Missisxippi, M. 11. VIRGINIA MCALLISTER ...,, ...., , , ......, ...,..... E NCLISH lJ1111'1'1'.r1'1y of Cl11'1'11g0, l'l1. B.: U111'1'c'1'.I'1'1y of C1111111111111, B. R111f1'f1'ffr C11ll6,Q'6, M, A. DORIS N. MA.I-I.IiTTE .. DISTIIIBUTIVE EDUCATION U1111'z'1f1ly of Al11fu11m1, B. S. M. C. MANCILI. L ........... .....,,. ............... , . .. PHYSICS U111'1'c1',:11y of .'Htl!7lII7ItI, A. B. IOSFPI-IINE MICHAEL .... ,CIvICS, ECONOMICS, SOCIAL PROBLEMS W11.fhi11g1o11 U1111'f11'.viry, A. B. 611111 M. A. C14 ANN DYER MITCHELL ,,, ,7 , .. ,,, ,, S OCIAL PROBLEMS, NVISITING TIQACIIIQR .'Il1'.cI'ixfippI' Sfufc Cnllcgr for Wumzvz, B. fl. VPLLA B. MOON ..,,,,,Y,,777,,. ,, ,, ,,7,,7, I ,,7, RIATIIEMATICS Hzmluzgdozz Collrge, B. AI.: UI1il't'l',fl-IX' nf ,-llu!vI1mI1, FII. fl. ANNIE RUTH MOORE ,,,..,,,..,, ,,,.,,, , ENGLISH, SPIQILCII Allzrm' Cullfgr, B. S,,' I'n1lmdy Colfrgr, ll. Il. E LURA MOORE ,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,. ,,.,,, , 7, IZNGLISII U11i1'c1'.f1Ify of .IIf'.f.f0111'1', B. S. and H. ,l. MRS DORIS S. MORRISSETTE ,,,, HOME EIJONOMIIJS Hllllll-llgflbll Cofffgt, 1-I. H. EDITH M. MURPHY, ,,,,, , ,,,,. , ,, MA'I'IIIaIxIA'rIcs Nrwrwrllv collfgf, B. fl. THELMA NOEL ,,,. .,,,,7,7 , ,,,. , , ,,7,, CTIVICS BIIVNIIIIHALIIII Solzlflrrrl, I I. H. EDNA OLSON 7,,. I ,,,, 7, 7,,, , L,Nc:LIsII Ulll-l'Fl'J'iIj' of fllufmnm, .'I. B. THOMAS G. PEARS ,7,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,7, , CIIliMlS'I'RY Millsalpx, B. S.,' Ulzizfflxity af I-ll'lqul1nI.f, Il. S. MRS MYRTLE PETER ,,,,,.7,,,,7,,,.,,,,,,, CHORAL DIRIKTTOR Afafvrlnnr Coflrgf, B. ll. RUBY M, PIERCE ., ,,,,,,,,,,,7,7.,,,7,7, IJISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Alzzfulnnz I'olylrz'h111'c Irmiizztc, B. S. LILLIAN PISTOLE H ,,7,,,,,, ,, GLNILRAL SOIIINOL, BIOLOGY Tnlfmc U111'z'w'.v11y, B. fl. CAROL PURIFOY ,,,, ,,,7 , , , ,H ROIJKKEEPING Mi.f.f1'5.f1pp1' Stun' Cnllrgf- for IVIIHJFII, fl. H. MRS WILLIE EICH REYNOLDS ,, MATI-ILMATIOS I-IlI1f:Im1I1 Cfzllfgf, If-I. B. MRS CATHARINE ROSS .,,,O , ,,,,O,, ,,,OO F AMILY LIFE, HIJUSIiI'IOLD IYIANAGEMENT 1'n1f1OIly Cullrgr, B. S. , 510 ,QD rp., SPRING SUNSIIINI3 MEANS ALL OUT FOR SOIf'I'II.xLI. PIIAc:'I'IcIa Girly in Min' I-lIu'1'irt BIn'11c.v' first pcriod phy- .ffrzll nlzfmlioiz Chl, I'.I' gr! into posifion for mfibull pzzlflicr. TMJ llllfllllfllf fmflflig, j7l'l'L'l91'l1g', Ihrom- ing, mlchhzg, nm! rzr11111'11g buffs. Tim p1'z1c11i'f prrpzzrrs for the fUlII'lItIHIFlif, in whirh Ihr bar! mlm in auch fill.,-,I crmzpdcf wilh NIL' fwfl Imznzx from Ihr other Ilzrrc fl11x.fr'f. Dnfizzg ilzc ll'f7lfl'l' Nlflllfhf girls Cllgtlgflf in Min' Karim! Koflm fulf- kcfbzlll ZU1ll'IItlNIllIf.I'. Sz'1"r11Zrr11 infill.: pI11'Iff'1'- pnlrzf, and :Ill gi1'l.f who fvluyrzl In all gtllllfk' rr- cez'z'vzl 0116 fllllltflflf pninlx f0ll'tIl'Ii Illr .fchorll zzward. Jloxt jwpzffur of girl! .I-parts I.: xwinz- mifzg, :uhhh Hmm: lu I1 c'f1'n1ux in Ihr IIIIIZIHIZ .vwinznzizzg :wrt in May. BIO IIIAN U1 E1.IzAuu'I'IIAN RECORDI-.Ii MUSIC ,I trio of IIflo!1z'IiI121.f w11hII.viI1.f11c Over the N- crnvlrl' f7l't'.1'l'lll Il pragrnnz of Eliznfvfffmn nzzzffc Io .fl'l1l'UI' Englzfh .f1In1c'11t.-'. Davin' Kzwzrlcy '46 IIXCA' I1 nzzzlml 1'I'alzncz'llo fin 11011 of zfioln zln gnnzbnj. Eugene II'ulIf'r '38 plnyx llze lrcblr' jipple flnteq' and Mrx. IV!-UIIINI Burks, Ihr dri- cnnt. The Izzzdifnfz' wzjoyx Ihr .fpriglitly "Cuckoo Smzgf' firxf fcrzzlnr lyric tn fn' ,fri Ia mzzxic in Iffzglallrf, NIH! ffzr nmnrnfzll "IVzIllI11!I1y or E.v.fz'x' l.nxf l11101f11igf1!." I'ALll'0l'1-ft' will: Inf' fcniorx if 'Z-If nf Nunn Dnlcnzn lQznf1z'11'." Thr program l'ffl.fl'5 zuillz tlzrrr xungx nfrll known In nl! fcn- iurf: "Come Lire zuilh Mr Illlll' Bc My Love," While Ye May," and "UIIInz'z' Yr RO.-'c'fm1f,r "Drink Io Hr Only wiln Tlzfnv Evan" 221 IXIOIIIAN 141' H. G. SAUNDERS Ull1Il'!'l'.flfjf of .-llfllmnzn .. ,,,, . RADIO ELECTRONICS ... .. ,,,, . . . ENGLISH ANNE SAVAGE .. . lVn.ffz111gmz1 U11n'1'1'.f1'Iv, H. fl. SUE HARPER SAVAGE. ,,,, ,7,, S TuNOCR,'xPHY, TYPING xlltlfltlllltl I'nlyfrcnnn' III.ff1'fIIff', H. S. GRACE E. SHAW .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ,,,,, ,,,, . ,,,,, ' FYPING Howlzng llrrcn U'111'zfr1'x1'fy CAROLYN IIURD SHEW.. Inuw Smlf' TFIlf'!If1'.f Coflvgf, B. S. LILLA SIMMONS ,,,7,,,7. . Hnlznngrlwz Cllfffgf' . ,,,, . ,,7,7,7,, TYPING .. ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN I. M. SITTERLEE 7,7,,,, ,,,,7,,,, ,,.,7,,,,,,, W ' OODWORKINC Spring H111 Cuflrgr, B. S. MRS. RUBYE K. SLADE. . ,,,,,, . ,, ENGLISH I'IOW4ll'11' Collrqgr, .-I. B. W. B. SLAUGHTER ,.....,, .,,. . . ..., ,...,, M ATHEIXIATICS U111'1'w',-'1'1y of .fllI1!vI1n1n, B. S. QNETTE SMITH .. ..,.... .. ASSISTANT LIBIIARIAN Hnnlingzlnn Collffgr, ,-I. B. WILLIE GRACE SMITH ...... .... . HOME ECONOINIICS ,'Ilufn1n1II Coflvgr, B. S. BERTHA SPRADLIN ..., . . .. ,SPANISH I"i1'glniI1 Sinn' 'l'1'In'f11'1'.-' Collcygr, B. S. W. L. STANFORD . PHYSICAL EDUCATION .Ifnlunnn l,IIlVfl'I'hNlt' Il1.fI1AI111c', lf. S. ROBERTA STEELE .. , CONSUIXIER SCIENCE I.Il'1-Ilgflllll Slain 'I'1'nc'nf'11f I,'nllz'g:', B. S.: f1II1fn1n1n Polylfvfzzzfi' llzxtmfrr, JI. S. LEWIS L. STOOKEYW.. DIRLCTIJR OF MUSIC EDUCATION CUC Coflfgf, B. .S. und B. .Xl.,' Nof'ff1u's'.+'I:'1'11 Ulll-l'l'7',VIlj', P. S. M. C14 MARY SIHLEY SWANSON . . .. . .IXIATHE1XfIA'1'1CS 4111161111111 College, fl. B. OCTAVIA TAYLOR ,77,,,,,,,,7, ,,,,,,,,7,,, P HYSICAI. EDUCATION Iflrnzwzn' Stuff' Tl'll!'!1!'I'.I' Cr1llf'gz', B. S. MRS. ANNIE LEWIS TERRY IVIATHIQNIATICS CVETERANSD R1111d11lph-.VI1w11, fl. B..' Cf1.'11111l11'11 U11 -l'l'I'.fIfj', JI. ni. CORINNE A. TURNAGE . . ENCLISII, IOURNALISIXI Our Laffy of llzz' Luke, B. .l. T. R. USRY ........... L... ...,........ .... . INDUSTRIAL AIl'fS U111'z'c1'x1ty uf ,-1l11!1I111111, B. S. MRS. CHARLES B. VAUGHAN ...COMMERCIAL LTEOGRAPHY Spring H111 Cf1!l1y4r, .l. H. I. C. VAUGHANH . .. . . INIATIIILMATICS HULt'Ll7'l! C11ll1'gz', .l. B. VIVIENNE WALLER .... . .. ENGLISH UIII-l'Z'l'J'tfj' of .'llI1l111111I1, B. S. LOUISE S. 'WEDCVVORTH , . ,........ OCLOTIIINC, HOML PLANNING .'1lI1l1I1111.1 f.'11llr'gz', H. S. WINNIE WHATLEY .... . . .. . ........ COMINIERCIAL Bowlzhg fl1'l'f'lI 1311.-'1'11f'.v,v L7lIll'l'l'.flfj', fl. B. ANNIE LOU VVHITE . . . .ENcLIsII, FRIQNCII .II1'f.I'1'.ff111pi Stuff College fm' IVo11ze11, B. I-I. CHARLES WILLCOX .. .... ..... . PHYSICAL EDUCATION Hr1tLf111'1l College, I-I. B. ROY R. WILKIE ....... . ..... .. . . . .. ...., ENGLISH LJYlIll'l'7'.f1,Ij' of .-ll11l1t1111I1, .l. B. LYDIA WILLIAMS. .. . ....... HISTORY Hozr'I11'1l College, B. 5,5 Pmllfruly College, ll. 1-1. W. N. WOODWARI3 .. .............. .. IVIACHINE SHOP lJ111'z'r1'x1Iy uf .f1l1!l11111111 x,-A 4 f f ' ' ' ' ' ' 11 g ' . I I I n ' ' 4 IP , . LOVERS OF MUSIC WELCOBIE ML'sIC APPRECIATION Muxir lozfrrx of Murplzy ure happy in the new c'lr1.vf in music 11pp1'ev1'I1t1'011 that ha: llcefz added to the t'lH'l'l'6'!ll1lf71. Under the direrlzon of Mrs. Myrtle Peter the z'l1If.v is making great pl'0gI'L'!.S'. Itx pzrrpoxe is to build an appreciation of nzuxic lvy li5tz'11i11g to 1'cco1'a'x of ,rome of ilu' great 111't1.vt.f and throzzglz xt11a'y1'ng their litfex 11ml their music. Their 7711151-L' lozfers lzmr rz-fm1't.f from 111r111l1c1'.v of tlze fluff 111111 llffffllll pz'1'Io1'n1z111ces of Im-Ill 111111 risitilzg urtixlx whenczffr poxxible. Our of their j7I'0jl't'f5 has been to build zz stage and rmzct 1111 0AI7f't'd. Mcml1e1'.f of thc clzzsf tal- cntezl lull singing often xlzzzrc their t11lr11t with the fluff purely for wzjoymelzt. MOIHIIAN 73 24-I IXIOHIA S'1'1iu1- V1' WORLD 1fLD12RAL1s'1's AT BAn'1'ow III Ihr 11011'fy-1f1'1'111'1111f1f, 1111-Io-IM'-11111111111 ll- f11'111'y 111 B111'lc111, ll'I-ffl 1-15 l1gf11 gl'f'l'l1 11f11H.v, 1'1111'- 111111 f1l1'111l.v, 111111 .fbi-llj' 1111111 1'11111p1111'111, 11fl1'1'1-rx of Sfllllfllf Wuffrf I'-l'Ill'I'lIII'.l'f.f llllll fflfl-I' fj1o11f111'. .XI1111 Bl11111'f11' Tf111f, l1'!11'11r1'1111, P11111 11 pr11gr11111 ffl prafrrzl 1.111'1'y lf111'f1, Arfll' Y111'1Q UlI1l'!'I'.Vlf-V 17111111111 .ff1f'11kr1' for U"111'111' I51'1l1'r11f1.f1.f. Tf11' B111- 11111 g1'1111f1 1.1 11ff1'!1'11t1'1! 111116 HSKJIAXKI lf1'1l111'11l1k'1.f, U. S. .l., 11 111111-p1'11f1'1 o1'g11111:11111111 11'f111,f1' 111-NI if 111 111'1111111'111 1h1' fllflffl' ll'lIfI ilu- 11r1'1'.f.f11y uf 11'111'f1l g111'r1'111111'11f 11x ffll' Ullfj' 111011115 111 111111'11f11."11 111111'1'11v11l f11'111'f1. H11111111 l"r1fr1'11f1'.r1.-' 1'1111p1'1'11f1' ll'1-lf! Ihr UNESCO group 111 H11111111, lL'hl!'fI lx 111111- f111f1'11' nf flL'fI .flI!Il!'l1f.x' f1'11111 t'1I1'h 11111111 111111 If .ff1f111.-111'1'1f ffy Allff. lldlgglvl' 1,111 K1'1f'. N vfon RUTH H. ANGELUH, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, TX T . xTl-IuMAT1cs 1N'1'11'1'11111f1 C11H1',141', If. .1-I. MRS. ALNTA P. BRUNSON , ,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, C QIQNIQRAL 501111015 l.11111,.f1'111111 511116 U111'1'1'11r1'1y, 13. fl. BETTY COX , H , SILCRLTARY MARY R. CRUCKER ,,,,,, ,,,,, , , ,,,, FNKILISII .N'111l1' 'l'1'111'f11'1'.f C11ff1'g1' IEANNIQ DAITTVTER ,,,, ,, , ,, BAND l.11'1'11g.ff'111 .N'f11ff' Tl'tll'l1I'I',1' C11lf1'gc', H. S. MRS. PI'-IALA STEWART DAMSON ,, f1liNliRAL Sc:11iNcL, PHYSICAL EDUCATION L1111'1'1'1'.f.'rv of ,'Il11f11111111, H, D. MUDESTE E. DEAKLE ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,, A 1 LT, E,NGLISH 1111411 Ljlll-l'!7'.1'l,fJV MRS. LEE DONALSON ,,., CJLNERAL SCIENCE AIf.f.fl-,f.fI'f7f7l- S11111' Coffrgf' for H"0111r'11, fl, H. TNTTLDRED ELLISOR ,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, , Y, TNTATHEINIATICS H1111l.11g1l1111 C11llrg1', fi. B. EDVVARD S. IENKINS ,, ,.., ., P11Ys1cAL EDUCATION, VISUAL Arms lf1'1'111.11.:gh11111 .Y11111f11'1'11 l,'11fl1'g1' MRS. NLXCKSIE LEA C. KERR NTA'I'l-ir.lw1A'I'lf:S .l.'11f11111111 f,'11fl1'g1',' .N'111l:' 'l'1'111'f11'1'.v f,'11fl1'g1', H. U11:1'1'1'.f1'1y of .If11f11111111, H. .l. MRS. VVILLIE H. LYLEW. , , . ENGLISH, SPEECH lifnz' .H111111111 II f,xfl.lll'vQl', .l. lf.: 1'r11f1111fy Cuffcgc' C14 SUE F. MORG1-XIXL .. . Curmlws, li '11.v01' M RS. ELIZABETH 111411111 1.1'111'1'1'1'.f1'1y MORRIS . LI1Ill'!'1'JIl1l' 111 .11111'11'11.1 Mun: A1111R111i1.xT111N F ,1l. . Ci11N1a1mL Sc11iN1':15 11. S. MRS. SARA N. PLEIXSER . .I 1l'3jI,1',1'1'f1f1l' 511111 ' 1f11111'g1' 1III' In IYIRS. IQLOISE ROLLS 18111116 1'1'111'01'1'.1' C11111 C1.11'1'111Nc: '111111'11, 11. 15. 1Xms1s'1'.xN'1' I'1:1N1t1P,x1. .lu I, INIRS. NIARY S. ST1XIJI.I'1TOINI LATIN 1311111110111 0YlI11'l'1'flfl'. 1. li, INIARY SUMRALL C91-,Nl-.11,xL Sc111iN1:1a 11611113111 511111 1,I11111'g1' 1111' ll'r11111'11 IZIAXNCHI2 TIIUL . l.111111x1u' 111111111111 A11111' '1'1'111111111-' !.'11111'y1' MRS. HELEN XV1-XLIJRIP. SP.xN1s11 L'1111'f1'.f11y 111 1111111111111 H, 11. HAMA VVATSON... ,,,, . . M1xT11111x11xT11gs LIl11,I'f'1'fI1'V 111 ,-I111111111111, 11. X. INFZ I. VVATT ,,,, . .. INI.1x'1'111-11x11xT1c:s l'1111'1'1'.1'11y 111 ,l11111:'1111. C1YI4I'IIfRINI'1 VVII.LIAIYIS IfNr:l.ls1I 1711111 S11111' 1'1'111'11r1'.v f,I1l11l'IQ!', 15. N. VERNICE E. VVILLIAMSON . . Cl11N11Rx1, Sc:111N1:1a T11111111' L"1111'111'.1'i1 51 XVHERE APPLI. BOX! 5 III.4'I7ML M1f1111:1w1, QiKIiINl IS 11111' 111 101' 1111.v1'1'.1'1 j11111'r.f I-11 .v1'011111 If 101' 11111111- 11'111'01'11g 101111 111 1u'111'1r111, 1111II'I'1' 1111- 1I'11'I'l110l1 111 .II11 11111114311 S11-I'11I'1'. 101' j11'1'1111'1' .f11o11'.f f111'I'C' 1111y.f 11'011 g1111111'11 I-11111f1l'1'l'1111YV 111 101' f7hU1f1g1'LZ- f71It'1' 111111 11'1'111 .1'11'111g01 111110 111 10111' ll'0I'A', fllll' 111 101111 111110111 1117 1'111f11111'111111y 11'0f11 101- 1111.111 1111111 111111 off. 11.1 111111 p1'111111'111 111 101' 101111 11115 17f'f'1l 10111 111 f1f1'111'111g .fl1111l'l4l'11f 1111111'1'1111.f for 11117-1' 11111111'1'1111.r f11'1111'1'1.v, 101' 1'H'X'.f 0111'c' 11'111'111'11 lvllgl' 1111.f'V I-11 11.v1'11g 11f1f111 17U,Y!'.f 111111 .f11'11l1 f11y11f11o11. T01'11' p1'11111111 1111.1 111'1' 11I1l'f1j' 11111111 U11f'.f,' 511110 11.1, .-'11'f111I11111'1'.1', 1111'11111'1'1.1', 111'1'1l11 1111.l'1'.f, 10111 1'1I1'.f1.f. 111111 AlI11A'l'.V, 1111'1111'1111' 111111'11111.1', 111111 1'11111'.c for 1'1'1'pf111'11 1'c1111'1111f. BI OH I GLY .Tm Ntw MURPHY Dim: FOR NO Lge: ,pm ube ouhci Since 1919 Murphy has been continually proud of its Student Cooperative Government Association. During these thirty years it has been growing and progressing to its present form. For the first time in its history the admin- istration has set aside a definite period of the school day when its eighteen members-six seniors, four iuniors, three sophomores, three mid-years-officers and sponsors can hold regular meetings. ln these fourth period meetings the Council has planned such projects as the new bicycle sheds, student council week, student activitiesg carried on all committee business: supervised sale of ice cream, its source of revenue: and planned the trip to Corpus Christi, Texas, to attend the annual convention of the Southern Association of Student Government. With members of the councils of Vigor, Opelika, and Pensacola, Murphys Governing Council chartered a bus to Corpus Christi. There, with a thousand other students from Southern schools, Murphians learned many new phases of student participation which will make their ap- pearance in future years. Conferred on Murphy through the efforts of these merry delegates was the honor of being elected secretary of the S.A.S.G. Along with this honor goes the responsi- bility of being host to the convention of 1948-1949. The Council feels that this achievement is most important, for the convention will give every student a part in its plan- ning and program, thus furthering the ideal of 100 per cent cooperation. Serving as a link between the Governing Council and the student body is the large Advisory Council of more than a hundred members. Each section has one represenk tative to this organization, who attends meetings with sug- gestions from the section and reports to the section matters of importance transacted by the Council. wr- -' was .XIJYISURY lIOL'NlfII,-- lvf7f7Il.' 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'l4LfRN.XC5li Y.XI.I:ll.'X IUNLS MARY LOU l.Yl.l",S MISS SIlI",l.l5Y l'lOl.BROUR lfzfflfmull .Yf7Ill1.wllI' liytflffll'-I-I1'tkfllff lizzflvfzrvx .Xlurnzgrr H11,f1,l1r'.r.f .qf7UI1,fUI' . ii I X 1 X X1 ,1xm111.xN ,XtTl'IX'I'I'IliS For the HI TIMES 1947-19454 was a year crowded with activities and honors. lt hegan with the annual subscription campaign featur- ing the lamhoree of lioothall players. HI TIMES sponsored the appearance of David Iitlliiriolif, who granted an interview. Among other celeh- rities interviewed were Eddy Arnold, General loseph McNarney, andy Miss Iilsa Aguirre. The journalism class perfected a Quill and Scroll lihrary project ol' Alahama history. Several car- toons and a poem were reprinted in ICCIIO. NSIJA gave HI TIINIIQS a rating with liirst class newspapers. and CSIKX with second class. 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Mix.: .XI1'flmf'l unzl lm' pruml nm!-yfulz' grazimzfm' ..., I fra' of Ihr l'u11lf1:'rx' LlI'll!'lll furnlly fum 1f1'1'zL'ing u mm: ll'Ul'k-Ulll. 3211NIOlllAN 2.6 13 U R O V 6 144 L6 1' wed thurs fri sat .Mi , ' 1 L 4 'lj' 49 , as we 052 ' O r ' CO1 10 WL " Wea Qf','?'0 " from the work and sweat of the Panthers Ku 5 Over the footlzghts of the blue and gold eartazned stage, ' K Oat of the festive short-Iz'zfed holidays . . . The weeks passed under Scorpio were busy ones, coming to a close with the U. M. S. game, Thanks- giving holidays, and first quarter report cards. The Panthers had journeyed to Montgomery, Birming- ham, and Biloxi, only to lose to superior teams, but the final game with U. M. S. in Murphy stadium ended the season on a note of triumph. Honored guests at the game were the traditional team's and captains' sponsors, with Gene Hammond, Ann Stone- ham, and Kathryn Mauldin carrying the chrysanthe- mums . . . Then the scene shifted from the shout- ing, yellow-sweatered Panther fans cheering in the stadium to the smaller, quieter but no less spirited crowd in the boys' gym watching the lithe, swiftly accurate action of the basketeers . . . The Inter-club Council initiated the point system limiting a student to the number of activities he has time to perform efficiently and giving more students a chance to par- ticipate . . . New clubs on the calendar were Future Teachers of America, Gate Club, Triple S, and Le Cercle Francais . . . Argument, lnc. received its charter from National Forensic League, the first to be granted in the state of Alabama. Qycxelgi N - Q 341 Moi-IIAN Early in December the Pour Arts Players pre- sented DEAR RUTH, delighting three full audiences with Ruthls lovable family, complicated correspon- dence, and hilarious adventures . . . Marjorie Bing- ham and Robert Brown for their winning statements beginning "I like to shop at Hammel's becausezu won two tickets to the Sugar Bowl game, a check to cover traveling expenses, and a complete outfit for the trip . . . The all-too-short one-week Yuletide holiday brimful of gaiety seemed more like a dream than a reality when, on December 29 we went back to class-or, as one person put it, kept open house for college friends . . . As a recompense the smarter or more ambitious of us received a holiday the last week in Ianuary. We refer, of course, to Exemption VVeek . . . On the wet, rainy night of Ianuary 29 more than one hundred mid-year graduates received their diplomas in Murphy auditorium. The theme of their commencement program was "Mobile's Schools -Past, Present, and Futuref' with Valerie Buckley, Fugene Hughes, and Shelby Brown as sneakers . . . End of Ianuary-two quarters down and two to go. One of the busiest people during this busy second quarter was Mrs. W. W. Fulcher. Aside from her ex- cellent teaching of Spanish and her helpfulness with her senior section, Mrs. Fulcher found time for effi- cient management of hall and dress- ing room monitors, checking ath- letes' records for eligibility, and serving on the scholastic committee in charge of the National Honor Society. There is hardly a student at Mur- phy who does not know Mrs. Ful- cher. To go further, there are few whom she has not helped in one Way or another. Her Spanish stu- dents, her monitors, and especially her senior section members, look to her with her ready laugh and in- stantaneous sympathv for help in their various problems. Perhaps Mrs. Fulcheris greatest possession is her remarkable gift of handling many different types of students and making them all love her, from the shyest little girl to the most boisterous boy. As a result, Mrs. Fulcher has become one of Murphv's best-loved teachers. and under this love is the solid foundation of re- spect and admiration. 'ft lll. IN'l'IiR-Lil.L'l! CIULNCTII. ln ortler to integrate eluh gtctixi- ties, eliniinnte conflict hetween cluhs, intilse extrzi-curricular zictivi- ties inore ineitningliul :incl proliit- zihle, interest the stuclents ol Mur- phy in these activities. untl sponsor at progriun wlierehy these :ictirities inny he clistrihutetl with :ill stutlents trilainlg piirt. the stutlent government ilecitleil to set up Il hoiircl ol' nrhi- tration eoinposecl ol' presiclents ol lX'lL1I'l5l1X'.S twenty'-sex'en cluhs. Or- giinizecl only lust year. the lnter- cluh Council has pertiorineml its pur- poses inore than szitisinctorily. The vice-presitlent ol' SCfG,X is presiclent ex-olliicio ol' the Council. Serving , . .is oliiecrs xxcrt XX .ilter llycle, presi- tlentg Iiiclg XVright. vice-presiclentl llu Nliicon. secretary: :intl Henry Nlostelltir. treiisurer. Nliss 'Iihelinii Noel was sponsor. IQH11' I- Vim llrwll, 'I'11tiljz'1', lCt1It'l1ifj'f'. lx'f'l1l11'rfi'.' li'f111 2- Nliffiilf, llfiffgrflr, .llfo'l7If. llml1lftlf',' Kofi' 9-!'.Ji'f1r'lf, fflhllftfll, Z111- gf4'n.iiiiif1, IwiJ1f.' Kuff' -l--Ilkliff, Uf'a'r'f1, fiHA'i'H!1, fl1'1'::r'f. l7z111i1t1fvl',' Kun' 5- ll'f'1g46f. llf -'.i' Yffrf, llifffy lXw!'I'1'IIlI, Numb, Uffrrli, lllirilf, .S'i11f,'1tfrf.x. Nllll--YIQXR SIQYIURS The seventy-tu'o inici-year seniors in rooin 2-I2 .intl their sponsor, Miss Iosephine Nliehqiel. tlown the hztll in 2-Hi, spent tnuch time tluring the secontl quitrter preparing for gruel- utition. 'lihey electetl speakers fpnge lilly :intl chose :ls their theine "Mo- hileis SL'lNlfllS'fl,llSI. Present. :incl liuturef' ln ll Iiqivorites contest sponsoretl hy lll 'l'lMl'fS, l.ucin Htirhziugh wus electecl Nlost Popu- lzir Girl: lxiin llixon. Xlost Popular lloy: lflorence Pruitt, .Nlost Intelli- gent Girl: George Thoiniis, Most lntelligent lioyg lletty .Xnn Cleve- lnntl, Most lletiutiiiul Girl: nntl Iiininy Moore, Nlost Hgtnclsoine liojy, The cliiss felt lucky to have gin experiencetl sponsor like Miss Michael. who hiul grucluziteel three precctling classes, the lzist being the Glass oi' Fil, the first inicl-year group to he grgicluaitecl liroin Mur- phv. .Nlirmllfig iii fill' fuffinfili' Ullfflfjl' Ifia' fufifz' ztllnfffzzx-' uf Mr iff! wfmi im' .lIIi.i'A' lllilxnf, it-fwfiewlg' !,'f.1f'cl1m Krffzr, fitilx- IH'lI,' l.izi'i'i' .Yzf-wif, f1'4'l1!t1l"i'.' l't1fc't'1'zi lim Hz'-i', fn 1 -ji1'f'.i1fl't11f,' fufm lM1'1f, f7l'l'.i'1' llll F' RUIV I-Cnrrfr, IIVHI.-', Ilzleiff, Thonzpxozi, Hirfrx, H111'1'1'mr1, White, lnhuwn, Bvril: ROW 24 Sniilb, 11itl.i'f!7llI'U, I'1rllr'11, Xtlllftl Cruz, Kiraly, Neel, .I!l1'n. VETERANS' cLU1s The Vsfe2mS'.C1Ub was organized in 1946 by boys who enrolled at Murphy to complete their, education which had been interrupted by the War.. The purposes of this cltlb are: To promote a feeling of fellowship among the veterans, to provide recrea- tional opportunities, and to help in the civic and social readjustment of its members. Officers are elect- ed at the beginning of each semester. First term offi- cers were William Bates. presidentg Eugene Hughes, vice-president: and Frank Robertson, secretary-treas- urer. Second semester leaders were Randolph Holt, presidentg Dan Thompson, vice-presidentg and Gene Lee, secretary-treasurer. Sponsor for the club is the person most interested in their welfare-Mrs. Louise K. Hamil. All veterans entering Murphy have the oppor- tunity oli attending individualized instruction classes. In this manner they are able to progress in each sub- ject at their own I'LltC. The average amount of time used to complete a credit is nine weeks. cutting school time in hall.. Since these classes run continuously, winter and summer, as Well as day and night, much time is saved. Some classes are organized on a multiple subject basis. The teacher may have civics and economics in the same room or several grades in English or mathe- matics. In a few classes only one subject is taught, with the Whole class taking the work at double time. Small classes are the rule, as so much individual work must be done. Special emphasis is placed on the veterans' doing independent Work with as little help from the teacher as possible. Many courses follow the University of Nebraska correspondence course outlines, while others are based on material prepared by the departments at Murphy High School. All students know as they enter a class what is required of them before they can earn credit. ln this way they can budget their time and judge the rate of progress they must maintain in order to complete their Work by the time they wish to gradu- ate. Well over two hundred veterans have graduated since returning from service. RUII' I---Rmb, Swfltz, Hirnlfiiznz, Wolf, Gill, lfnfwlvxrnl, f:I'f7a'UI1, Nelson, I.r'c', Hilrlow, I711l11c'i,f. .ldcotk, KOH" 2-Hiznly, Kzzzzqfzf, f7l'Ii.t'I, Cfirlirr, .'lIl'f,i!JilIffHl, Slflnlcv, K1-llv, Clenlrrzf. OPENUPPALOCKA CLUB The Upenuppalocka Cluln increases the efficiency of the locker office in dealing with locker prohlems of students. Mem- liers issue duplicate locker keys and per- mits to share lockers, and open lockers for forgetful students. The cluh also tries to increase friendship and unity among its memhers. The clulu officers are Betty Cirizzel, president: Carolyn Williams, vice-president: Ioan Davis, secretary: and Eddie Lee. treasurer. Mr. I. VV. C. Brown is sponsor. ICON' I-.lllx Bruztw, SIUIIFALIIPI, l.yfv'il11J, Simu- zfwif, 1'i1'l't"IIltl1l, .llnl'i'1.f, Lee, tl1'1'z:z'f, lfilifllitllilf, I-Irffilfnf, lxirefrnz, HI!I!'I7Iill1,i KU H' 2eHIl!f.t'fl 11, I1'1f!t1l'1I, 1jt1l'li.i', lflwizniirig, Yost, Sfifffey, Kay, 1:'1'11:'.-7, U'H1'1'1'11, Cizzzifvfwll, IJtll'li.K', HUflkl'l', .llIil.fUlI. WELFIXRE STORE Most l"'l'L" lar pass card destination. the VVelfare Store, is Mur- phy's center of exchange for hooks, sup- plies and the latest gossip. The store sells hooks and other equipmentg handles Vet- erans' hills: and furnishes supplies for those who cannot afford them. Any profit made goes for the henefit of the school. The VVelfare Store is run hy three students a period with the help of Mrs. Lucille Baker, sponsor. The work is not all husiness and no pleasure, for many interesting characters frequent the store each day. The officers are Manson Mur- ray, president, and Harriett lidmonds. secretary. KOH' f7'f.'IH'l'illl, flltllf ',t' , iIiUl1'lIfI'lltf, lfillzirillrlf. Iz'w1ifz'r, 'l'ml1f,' Kflll' jifiillifftlfrf, llmlgzaf, ffizln, iY1'llf1'f, IflffflilllIPIIHJX, Hizrfziiinz, l'i!lf't'IIIilI1,' KOH' 9--'l'1'l'rz'l!, Hi1frl'z'.fli', .ltltm1s, flolfiimf, !.'ru1z'z', flrlfmil, .ll111'm4i', 'lif'1'l'z'ff. KEEP ,EM ROLLING CLUB The Keep 'lim Rolling Cluh assists '-.,. the managers of the cafeteria in attend' ing to nutritional needs of the faculty and students. Memhers work in the cafeteria . - V - at least one period a day, performing all the duties connected with the kitchen and the cafeteria except cooking and general cleaning. They serve the food and clear the tahles each lunch period, an important service to the school. The clubis officers are Charles Cameron. president: Barbara Smith. vice-president: Andrew Shea, treasurer: and Ioyce Howard, secretary. The Keep 'Em Rolling Cluh presented Florence Pruette, a mid-year senior, a gold chain to wear with her National Honor Society charm. KOH' I-gH!'I1f.t'Il'I', Shfffty, flnlolzle, flvffftllllllf, l'rm'fI1', Hozt'il1'1f, Sniiilh, Cilliiwnli, Sfllwl, If1lffl'.Y. ll"Wff',Vi Hffllwfli 5.1 A1'f'f"'Wf""'- Jlf'I11ty1'r',' KOH' 3-1fUlt'l'l1, Sj1z'l1c'1', U0 .i'.i 'fy lV1l.fun, llizltgwlzg IVoufz'y, S!fIl'I1!'I'lIlllIHl, Xtrflf. lffflif, -Vlllllllflf, flffli-'I H"fff'kf'fff 1f.l"'fI' .N'f'lxo11, illlffllilllf NUI!" 9-.X'luklz'y, llf'h1'11-, li"1'gg1'11.-', Szkr '.i' , lfox, lwlzgv, ll'1',ggi11.f, Plzfkey, llilf5.fl'l'fl'l'f'lI, tl1'l!ir'1'f, iliil'l'fUl', l1l'11fAl"3 I.11m!y. Moi-ti.i1.N I37 ll llti fx! ll Hill, il1t!tf7f'I'li'.' .lHUl'lf: KOH' I-'f.'fl.t'I7Il!lfA'l', iliflllllltlf, Uliwi, llrggilzxoll, Ililfztf. filffiiw, Icofvmfl, Illighrf, ,llzirw , , Af im-N, f JVVIII l't'fl'V'UI1 Nllilffl XIII! 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The cooperative part-time, vocaf V tional etlucation program ol lvlurs phy lligh School is I'L'lVCTI'Qtl to as lliversilietl Uccu, patious. Stutlents enrolletl in this program are unahle tc participate in such extra-curricular activities as the school paper. sports, anal tlramatics ht-cause ol' their employment tluring the alternoon. The D. U. Cluh was therefore set up with these purposes in mintl: To foster appreciation. untlerstantling anal gootl will among partfcooperatixe xocational stutlentsg to tlef xelop cixic antl vocational intelligence: antl to provicle lot' opportunitics lor social tlevelopment. Memherf ship consists oi' 148 stutlents ol' li. U. program anal Murphy Day 'liracle Preparatory stutlents. Cluh olilif cers are Marion Davis, presitlentl l7oi'othy Moore. secretaryg lack Dixon. xice,presitlent1 antl Thelma lflliott, treasurer. Miss llazel Driver. clean ol girls. serxcs as lacultt sponsor. st. ml Moiimx The liiversilietl Occupations program is clesignctl especially to proxitle vocational training opportunities lor high school juniors antl seniors. Stutlents lor the trogram are carelully selectetl. They must he sixteen years ol' age, must have attainetl iunior standing in school. antl tnust have the proper interests ancl apti, tucles requiretl lor the speciliic training station where each is placetl. It is impossihle to lit a ioh to tt stutlent- the stuclent must lit the ioh. 'lihe program is operatetl on a relatively simple plan, 'lihe stutlent spentls one hall' clay in organized employment in .i chosen tratle or occupation antl one hall' clay in school. Une periotl ol the hall' clay in school is tl: xotetl to the snpervisetl anal tlirectetl stutly ol techni cal suhjects pertinent to the tratle or occupation in which the stutlent is engaged. This is calletl the lie latetl Suhiect class. The hall' clay spent in employ ment is tor the purpose of securing organizetl worlc experience. .I1iUl'I1'.' KOH' 17191.-'flfnfx .XvtlilJ', lx'11'A'.rf'y, .ll1'1lxlz'r, lfz'i1f1.v, Hifrllmiw, lf'llf1fo1'zf, H1'tl,rfz'y, .llr. ll'ul'1l, .Uri linker, billllffl, Pelfy, liffhofi, ililll'l1l'I', llt.Yul!, tlafrza' KOH' 2-f,il'l-Nfl, ll'1'llmn1.f, Dylqev, Il'.rllin'f', ,l11't1lf, lilly, lxrffy, Illlfwrfz, Nzfirflfztffii, f,'l!'l'l'!illI1l', ll'uo1f1r'i11'if, Hung llifghf, ,lIf'l"1'1'1'1'l1, lllffvr, lorflull. lil:'l,flli'.' KOH' 1-,ll1'. Illml, llilff, Tzffzimfl, Ijfllftlll, Kfrkllill, Ijlilflll, fjtlL'l'.f, Gray, Colllllf, !,'i1f,f1'f-i', IQtf1'111r'il!u', Ray, Cfmjif'1', ,llf'.i'. l'11'i'i1',' ICUII' I-lllfx llilllffle, fft'lf!'l1lIl'lHlt'I', Hff.fu'1'lf, lflfmfl, l,tIfl'lir'lQ, .llz'i11'.v, Gmy, H.vfmf'fn', .hll'll'tH'l, fIill'lli.t', Aflll'tlI'l, Stull, IXYIII-gfll, tl'tjzt'v11l1, .Y1r'11'iH'1, ,llNf!Il'll'f. The time the student is elnployed in these work experiences he is under the supervision of the school as well as the employer and is considered as being in a regular high school class the same as any other student who might be in a laboratory or shop class on the campus. lt is the duty of the coordinator to see that the "on the job" part is properly coordinated with his school work. The program is organized in such a way as to permit the student to graduate from high school with a regular diploma. Murphy grants one unit per year for the related subject class work and one for the job training work. Thus the stu- dent in the two years he is in the program earns four units, which will be accredited by any college as free electives. Naturally the student is paid at least a minimum wage scale while on the iob. This is not merely to provide students with spending money. lt prevents exploitation of the boy or girl to get cheap labor. The plan not only provides an opportunity for training boys and girls l7llt is a long step towards bridging the gap between school and employment which has always been a puzzling problem to edu- cators. The business men of Mobile recognize this plan as one of the best possible ways of training their future full-time employees and accordingly place their experience and equipment at the disposal of the schoolg in other words, they become unpaid members of the high school faculty and provide the laboratories in which they teach. They feel that they are per- forming their obligation to the boys and girls in the community and know that they will be rewarded by better trained employees in the future. Outstanding social event sponsored by the D. U. Club is the annual :Xzalea llanquet and Dance, which assembles for a pleasant occasion all persons con- nected with the program-students, faculty. employ- ers, IJ. O. officials. school administrative heads. Mouiiix fifl f ,, 1 ,, ,,,,,, .--,, M-,W ,,,,,......,,, ' ' ' W, " vw, Q09 .WM K KK' ' ' " -' N -' I , . V 'M ' ' - " ' " If ,lflfllrll liwrx' N -s N 1 v N lhc .Xll C-Irla cfilklllkll I5 .Ill .lnlxlsorv 0T4'.lIllL.l- IXUU I liflwn, funn , , . - - ' L h Till, Iff,M'111, Crmlr, Ilzfrlnzf, Hzfl, lwflfl' tum whosc purpuac IS to rzusc thc scholzlslm , - .V ,. , Q . I U mn, Ixzfzmnl, Jlrlhumlzf. lumix, 111111111- rcccml ol thc sclmol, lo rm-cl thc prolwlclns ol glrls, 111141 to lvullal an lvcltcr and morn- MM' A-,,.,lM,mf' ,5l,,,M,v m.H,.MA ,fmk L'I1.lJVlll5lL' school liic. This war thc council alcvcloncml SL'YL'I'Lll wroccts. cIhflSIll111S IQUII' 2 -- flmfffghffff, lmm-, ,Xl.m-,, " ' Q 1 - 1 M Qff 11-'ff Q I7 sf iff lxlskcts were sent lo Lllmdurprwnlcgccl fllll1lllL'S. Hooks wcrc collcctccl lor lturopcnn lNf'A'U, MI , I wwf. 'UNI' -1 11' f - , . V X A x - I U lzmlwzf, I'1rlm1'r, l'zu1fm1', Il.1!lf'1', lirz'zz'z'r, ululmlrcn. A ncw 4Xmcr1cz1n Hug was prqgcnlcd lo thc sclmol Ill am opqu :ur .mcm w y. UMW, ,mfnmm HHH, 9 M HWHMHV QSQQ pugu llbj. Nillllfllkx johnson rs chxurmun ol All Cynrls CAOLIDCIIZ HUGH Ulf' Aim-lfy, Alflm, lmflmfg. 'l'bfmm,-x M114 roll, XiL'k'-L'h2liI'll1lll1l Helly Claim Pullnrml, secretary: and Put Pallmcr, treasurer. fff1'.f,1'ugf, lnrzzwg l.m1glf'y, Nrnzylv, Iwyu ' f,yI'f'f'!, Xluwrl. 543375 Thr "55".Cl1llvAis am honor suclcly ot out' SIZIINHIIKQ junior' :mal scnior boys. Slllflttl in Ihr spring ul' 1946 by Mrs. Corinne ,Vlll'IlilgC, il has funn' to ruprvscnl to Murphy lwoys high zlclmicxclmwlml in cilixcnf ship nm! k'l1AlFLlClCI'. Tlu- 1uc111lwc1's haw lmclpcml lo crczltc lwttcr sqlmul spirit nml have zlialul in numerous school zlulivilics. Ufiviccrs :urn VVomly llizlll, prcsidcnlg Iohn lwy, vice-prusimlclmlg luck 'I4LlL'kL'I', scum- lnry: llllkl lfcl Ilcnclacr, ll'CL1Slll'CY. ICUII' I 7 fin.-'l, Iiufffmwl, Ixlzrunr, Ciuflufzuzy, livmm rmrl, f:l'I't'l', KOH' Jflflm All ffl, flfllwll, ,lff1m1.f, f,'L11'k, llmll, l1'z'y, ,lwll1A'l'l', lfI'l1.fUll.' ICON' 9- ,Xfvfkri-, Afufl, kl'IH'A'l'l', Il'11llf11f'.f, l'f11ff1j1.f, ll'1'.-Af, .Yf4111gf1l1'r', Ix'1'flz'1', Ilrm'M'l'. Usulalas' CLUB 'W' WW' Llulv IS ll group ol' juniur and scnior boys sclcclccl lu usher nl IWI'0dLllkIi0llS givcu in Murphy nucli- torium. Thcmc lvoys ushcr nl thy- Chiu Music prodllclions, Four Arts Club plays llllil N1lYiOLlS other prcscmzllicms. 'I'Iwy perform an important scrvicc to the sfhool :mal comnulnity. luck Phillips is hcucl usher. CXIYYCI' Kcullscly :mal Mam- son Murray am' 2lSSiSl1ll1l haul ushcrs. Miss liclly Clcnscrt is the Ushcrs' Club sponr.or. KOH' l--Klux fft'lIw'!'1'f, firlff, Il'mlf1r'f'f1y, llfulf. li1'1'z'11, l,'111'mn1,' IQUH' J'f.vf'llll'l', ,Nlr1rmVx', f,'lm'k, f,lUl1U1'C'7', 'lgu'11'll.' KOH' 3-Il,-zvrff, Ilnlflnlfl, .Xl1'x':'a', lx'f'f1f1w1'.x', .lflmnfj KOH' -4fl'f11ll1jv,-1 Alrfzllllf, l'ff11fx'lf1, .N'fn1r'fvlfu,f, .S'm1fl,f, 11111 llrmk. 401 MUIIIAN . AP' 'lf ,., wW W 1'-,Q 'Vai L1 '-5' W 5, A . N V A ,Q xv 25 1 L. K' J zwx M m , Q , ,K W , M ,, Q 22 " NX vs ,, x ,K fi 5115 3 A if 3 a Q i 5 ifhgaggl, +5 F K Q rg li4',.ef,:- " A K. A H i f 123 11322 q i 4 su A 2 W sis' 1fQi'fi9m5 f. . - - afil llf ..,f TT Ei 5 xi ,s ' 53, .QR ,w, ' rm 3 1 12 , f-- V 4 4 ' :W 6, 'L . ,. vliaw f ,if x, Q gi3'2'.f,x'f1gX EE'ff' K. ,, . in ,..,.- 5 ' Pmi H 4 '.1f4g?f C 1 3296 in am, . .W ,,,, : M,, ll iQ 1' 4 'W 4' .-4: , is i:', - if 52 ' A + ' 'fn m ei 1+ I is i A Y! fA I lx -:J ,.a.w X M I' w ,f f as u f A ,A 4 'Y fn? rt ,.,. ,L -. 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Mnmfi, Xiilf, Kraft, 'l1lVi'lof', fhllllltlfl, fi 'rltxlblllx 'lglierygenerttl purposerol lo lttppti lxees is to im- prove the lsnowlt-tlge ol' seerettlrittl work lor Mrs. Nl. Clliziiieelloifs iitlvatneetl stenogrtiphy stutlents. Its fune- tionatl :tim is to linli the skill :mtl linowletlge gztinecl in the eltissroom with "on the iolf' experienee hy tontqtets with Mohile husiness men. These men, representing ll variety ol' professions, come to Murf phy :intl titlli to Yo 'lltpptt Kees memhers tthout secf retztriiil procetlure. Une of the visitors. Mr. T. Ifretl lftlmuntls, tlistriet mauinger ol' the Equituhle Lite ln- suritnee Company. spolie ol' tliiilierent types ol' insure :ugee policies, explttinetl the worli ol' gi seereltirt in ..n insurztnee olliee. interviewetl it stutlent :is ll pros- irtetixe secretary. gmtl tlietntetl it husiness letter. This lttter wits :tn impromptu reply to tt letter eomposetl hy the elnss. l.t.nyer ll. M. .Xltlritlge tlietzttetl it let- ter eoncerning it tlixoree enise to liiunilitnize the stu- flents with the terms :intl teehnique usetl in it lim-- llj xiourxx yei"s olitiee. Mr. Charles Brockway, eounty demon- stration agent, tttltlressetl one class on the tluties of il gootl seeretgtry, emphasizing personal hzihits as well its husiness ellieiency. Yo Tuppu Kees officers are loam Otleen. presitlent: Beverly Heath, vice-president: ltunne loyner, secretary: :intl Valerie Mabry, sergeant- ntfttrms. Yo Tnppzi liees is Ll eluh with eonsiclerahle his- tory :incl inatny tratclitions. The colors :ire red :mtl hltiels. the pin is itttrnetive. anal the song to the tune of "Lfhirihirihin" is full oi' sentiment! XVL'.l'C Yo Tttpptt Kees ol' Murphy High Mirroretl in your laughing eye. XVe're Yo Tztppti lieesfns time will lily Our tlreiim supreme will never tlie. VN'e're Yo 'lltppzt Kees in our senior yetu' .Xntl ltninehing out on liles hroittl sea. Dear Yo Tatppgt Kees we will ever he True :incl littir to thee, Yo 'llippit Kees. RM S 1 uni M"-'-csiugi, 5155. H -J'fE2,1.,Tf.'.TQl . ,mm .MM-rw Mew., W2 QQ, ry? mm.,,,, V ...X QS . . ff wid.. 'L rj 3' vi xx: m ', ...S 2 if wf - T 6. 4 Q 1 vpn. . ,V ,,, 13 .' ., . ik gs . KM. .V ,M yy 4 .K ,Q '45 ' 7 , 55? iw . , I 1 . Y W- A , .,,...- f-mf::tf,gr- 111' :fax ,, .me fy-1, 1. .. ,,,. Q wi QL as . ,Q .. X9 5 mf - . Li "". -.1 ' .ff 5, .. ,, Hn "3 v . ,HQ 4- , .... ., 5 M r iz .. 5 1 Qwgf' , PM Ex Y ge KV x D ,iw 'Wi .. 1f3il,e? ' iq if Q Q .4 6, 4 . -ww '5-Ew, di. W w RE ea . ,, sbp, SR 42 'W 'ir '11 L 0 5 Q. fe- A5 A P X , E Q 4 W x f ' .Vik N4 ,. "fm: 152232035 ,NQ1-.lfnxa n ww M E 54 1 gi' . sg! wi? iiii Q 'I ff 39 6 ! 4, KP QE Y Q, Arg I k . wg, was , . ilk f'N HV' 5 . an W R5 ,if 'P , up 2 . 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The eluh xvorlas to promote school spirit, to enlighten students, to cooperate with elected candidates. and to support existing eluhs. Carver Kennedy is Gate Cluh president: Maurine lohnson, vice-president: Ioan Davis, secretary, and Uavid VVL-athers, treasurer. Mrs. liillups is the clulfs sponsor. KOH' Sm! I-Ilmfun 11, llilzvf, fl1z'1'11.f, l'tff'1xf1, ffllllif, .S'tf1'uQr', .Yfl!ll1ll'l'l'i' lolita' lit-ffwff C'li1f'f' f7!'1'l'l1 fhfrnu l'f1f ' ' , ., ., , . X, , , if Iff, IlHj'A'll1i',' lxflll Ii, lliftvf, lvnfifl, l3f'oon11', .lluH'f.-', Ilflfffumf, .llil11lo.f0, l'lf1r1fipr, I,'1f,l,-nv, !g'fiim,.-, SU The Mlriple S" Cluh is made up ol' mem- bers ol Mrs. Sue Savage's advanced ste- nography class, hence the name, Sue Savage Stenography. lts niain purpose is to give stenographie experience to the inenihers and to lur- ther the use and appreciation of typing and shorthand. The helpful vvorli oi' "Triple S" reaches outside the limits ol its meinhership, however. lt is a great aid to teachers who have need of setretarial workers. The ollliieers are Betty Saunders, president: Meron Iones, vieefpresidentg Valera Iones, seeretaryg Miriam Parish, treasurer. Mont XN P5 11'f1.i-kv, If"zw-1, ICtm11w', I-lollizml, llv!':l!f0l'I'.f, .l1filHI.i', .S'1'r!!1'1l, Ixlzzifmirlz, lalllfflfi' lliUl'ln', Right: lfflll' I-Cizzffl, Ilrltfztfliijix, llmlf, frlillr.-'lo11, llvlflililliliflll, Sf1i11'jvl1'f.f, fr l1fUl'lf, l.z'll: KOH' I-f,'l'o11'z', liilflfiml, lun llonk, l'h1ll,yvf, Il'mlh1'1'f'i', ffl1'm1'l1f,' lvfili' I--Clrf'z'f', ilflillllf, .ll11l'f'u-i', lll'lI.fUI!. zfiflf, .l1zCUHlll7I, ff1'll'I1,' KOH' Y--HiHrlz'.i'l.v, l,'f1'z'r'1'ilur1, l'iol'.v'y1h, htlllfff, l'iz'1'z'z'. l3Ifl.UH', Uppz'f'4IQz'1'tf, .X'1'1'iflf', I1'1'iH1.f, Ifuffv, liculvl, .fl't!1If, .llnlg1'lfr, Jlnor, Rn!- IHUIIII, Alllflill, filllllf. Iil'.'l.Ull', I,on'1'V: Slf.l'lilflJ-'lil-i'fm', IXit'l'fUl1, l'Il'ilI'II, ll'1ffilHl,' ST.l.N'l2l.'X'G+lCr1'zf, ilimif, Ilolwr, .llor'r1.r, IXUUAUII, lluy, I,'oi1I.f, l'i1ifv!u1nl, Ififnipftrll, l.vlf'.f, Hz'l1'z'.fmr1. 'owl l.1ffv1'f, .llzxf .l!I1lf'I'.v'IHI, l3z1'gw', lxuff, l.yft1'u11zl, Broome. iffy, Iftlrlflf, Hi1rn'z'ff, 1'il'Vgll.CH!I,' ICUII' 2-.llt'l,f'o1f, lrllfkev, llmlvli, lh'l4'f1im1j7.f, A'!h,g7"'. I MURPHY H1-Y 1M.:tiL:tii,1 sponsorship ol' the Y. M. C. A. spreads ideals ol' good character and citizenship. 'l'hc officers are Skippy Wctitlierlny, presi- dent: lack Phillips, vice-president: VVilson Gaillard. secretary-treasurerg I. P. Van Hook, sergeant-at-arms1 and Charles Adams, chaplain, The purpose -of the Mobile Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend high standards ol: Christian character. Current officers are Howard Sands, presi- dent: Harry Ferguson, vice-presidentg and Cfcnc Forsyth, secretary-treasurer. iutsiioiz RED eizoss Ths,'U'r tor Ixed Cross Council is a group of students com- posed ol' two representatives from each scction. The purpose ol' the council is to provide unliortunatcs with gifts. They collected articles for gift boxes for Euro- pean children, made braille note book covers for the partially blind, and sent one hundred fifty menus to service men and veterans. Frank Midgette is presi- dent: Morris Moor, vice-president: Mary Ann Arant, secretary: and Carlyle Hun- ter, production chairman. Miss Fnderle is sponsor. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB The PSY' chology Club brings students of psychology to- gether and promotes interest in psychol- ogy throughout the school. Aid to China's children has been a special club project. ln the picture members of the executive board are studying models that illustrate the work oli the nervous system. lflsye Kceton is president: lean Taylor, vicc- presidcnt: Beverly Morris, corresponding secretary: Ioan Hearn, recording secre- taryq lean Willzird, treasurer, Michael Lubcl, marshal: and Dot Hubbard, his- torian. Miss Mary Anderson is faculty adviser. - The Y-Teens, sponsored by Y. VV. C. A., include lirookley Y-Teens, Prichard Y-Teens, Barton Y-Teens. and Thursday Y-Teens. Officers of these groups form an inter- club council whose chairman is Mary Denmark. Miss Hazel Driver is sponsor. The Tri -is a Chris- tian organization whose purpose is to build and maintain good citizenship and high standards of char- acter. Officers are Pat Macon. president: Betty Lou Duckett, vice-presidentg Bev- erly Morris. secretaryg lean Willard, treas- urer: Ruth Webb and Mary Maury. ser- geants-at-arms. SPEECH WoRKsHoP The Speech Workshop develops speakers for the public address program during advisory period every morning. The purpose of the VVorkshop is to develop the members' voices and to entertain or inspire the Sttl- dents. Officers are Charles Ratcliffe. president: Ben Northcutt, vice-president: Maurine Iohnson, treasurer: and Imogene Harris, secretary, Miss Annie Ruth Moore is the group's sponsor. GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB The Girlsi Sports Club promotes interest in sports and good sportsmanship. The club spon- sors various tournaments for girls. A point system is set up to award letters to quali- fying members. The points are deter- mined by the members' activities in vari- ous sports. The officers are Winifred Iackson, presidentg Edith lackson, vice- presidentg and lerry Sellers. secretary- treasurer. 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Hliff, HNIIH1h1lll1'l', Mrlroll llrfvlf, lI'r1ff.". liI:'l.Uli': KOH' I'iAvUl'lUlI, limi, Jim- .llorflzg Ijllllgzlllj IQOII' Z+'Xw1'lfUlI, I'liHN1I!'I' l.i11fl'r11r.'1'11r, .x'IlI'f!1l'IIff, CUlt'1ll'f, NLlft'flf!l', fuhnron, Jlclfimxh, llif1'rff, Tlll'!Q!'l', Cofey I A y x x I f r . I , i ggfm.. a JC Q, m 'A Q 1 1 54, Q , I aff Q ig V v it ki. 53 T .54 page-4 rf v'zJ'.x. , . jf 2 1 ww v xv GM T 53 V Y " 1 if y 1 r www ' ,Q .1 A tl'.1fA'z'f'jtitL'.f,' ,I-6l'lI"g' JUN !wi'1,f."' . . . "l.n'11lz'm1f1l, j'UH'l'l' illl ofllrm' tim! iz g1'l1!fz'n1t1l1." Dear Ruth, Two ol' the most glorious tlatys oi' my lift- were spent with you last Ueeeinher seeonnl antl thircl. .Xlong with those tlates go memories ol' last minute rehearsals with 'lhliss Fitz" antl Miss Gensert, eolies at Four Points with all the gang, ancl consultations with the stage erew ahout seenery. lt was grand to meet your mother, father, Dora. antl, ol: course, your dear little sister, Miriam. Please thank Mr. Bridge- water lor the heautiful stage elleets, Miss Kennedy lor the unusual programs antl posters, anal Mr. Dahmer and Mr. Stooliey lor the appropriate music. They were really a wonderful group to worli With. To all the east go my sincerest appreciation and con- gratulations. NVithont their help I'm afraid we would never liave got together. Antl to you, "Baby", all my love, Your Bill "I llllllllf illillf tl 111'4A'zf."' . . "I,'on1z' 0.-44' 'W flonvi hrrr, VIIIIIIQ linlv! Si! 11'ou'11!" My ull wivin' fhufz' fr'flz'1's .l lJ1i1f11'l yllllllll vcldes fva CENTER-Mr. Claude Dahmer. Row ONE-Bill Marler, violin, Lillian Baetje, violin, William Durant, flute, Al Allen, flute, Camille Iaquith, trumpet, Henry Mostellar, trumpet. Row Two-Imogene Harris, violin, Betty Self, violin, Frances Boswell, violin, Henrietta Padley, ac- cordion, Herbert Nelson, bass clarinet, Sylvain Bet- beze, clarinet, Bobby McNeely, clarinet, Charles Rat- cliffe, clarinet, Marion Vardas, French horn, Iune Kroutter, French horn, Iuan Blackwell, French horn, Charles Adams, French horn. Row THREE-W8lICf Inge, violin, Lane Erwin, violin, Edna Skeede, violin, Frances Baetje, cello, Gene Hammond, piano, R. H. Dietz, trombone, Don- ald Herring, trombone. Row Foul:-Harry Oliver, drums, Betty Camp- bell, marimba, Mary Odette Taylor, bells, Mid Mid- dleton, drums, Robert Durant, drums, lean Loeb, cymbals, Fred VVard, tuba, Gertrude Hammac, piano, Shirley Matzenger, piano, Mrs. W. G. Horn, teacher of string instruments, Howard Sumrall, bass violin. fAbsent from picture, Evangeline Kurkulakes, violinj Barron choral class f7l'Uf7tIl'l'.f 10 enjoy Mobile Optra Grzilrfs "I PHg1lilIl'ff.U 501 MOHIAN anb CENTER-Mr. Claude Dahmer. Row c,NEfCl1l1flCS Ratcliffe, clarinet: Bill Bul- lard, clarinet: Bobby McNeely, clarinet: Sylvian Bet- beze, clarinet: Al Allen, flute: William Durant, flute: Iuan Blackwell, French horn: Iune Kroutter, French horn: Charles Adams, French horn: Camille Iaquith, trumpet: Henry Mostellar, trumpet. Row Two-lean Hennesy, clarinet: Hugh Wil- liams, clarinet: Mary Denmark, clarinet: Virginia Strong, clarinet: Mary Rainer, clarinet: Henrietta Padley, accordion: Ierrell Moorer, mellophone: Ralph McLendon, mellophone: David Ellis, trumpet: Hugh VVhitman, trumpet: Betty Mills, trumpet: Raymond May, trumpet: Otha Hammac, trumpet: Axel Nor- stedt, cornet: Bruce Iohnston, cornet: Iohn Phillips, cornet: Rodney Melton, cornet. Row Tnituu-Herbert Nelson, bass clarinet: Rob- ert Brown, clarinet: Solomon Kaufman, clarinet: Rob- ert Taylor, clarinet: Byron Iay, saxophone: Wiley Ioyner, saxophone: Ben Northcutt, baritone horn: Edward Iordan, baritone born: lrvin Lee, baritone horn: Cranston McClellan, baritone horn: Eddy Mil- ler, trombone: Eurie Williams, trombone: R. H. Dietz, trombone: Leslie Berry, trombone: Redus MOHIAN U1 Gregg, trombone: Billy Cassity, trumpet: Harry Adams, trumpet: Harold Blackmon, trumpet: Carl Ames, trumpet: john Coggin, trumpet: Harvey Pur- vis, trumpet. Row FOUR-Carolyn Kennedy, majorette: Gloria Havron, majorette: Donna Paintin, bells: Odette Tay- lor, bells: Harry Oliver. drums: Lorraine Iones, drums: Frances Baetje, drums: Fred Ward, tuba: Howard Sumrall, tuba: Iames Spencer, tuba: Warren Parmer, tuba: Ted de Villiers, tuba: Robert Durant, drums: Henry Morgan, cymbals: lean Loeb, cymbals: Frank- lin Quinn, Mid Middleton, Freeland Odom, percus- sion: Betty Botter, majoretteg Ida Lee Evans, ma- jorette. Mfzjorellrx: Kezmrdy, Eiwrzx, Huzwm, Boiler, Bf'lI77!'ff, Kelley .xii 'iii " - .. - - 11.1. . 1' " -gfsl--22355:'11lTI?g.,5igi.f11 233311232255 - - ' ' ' ' "A f ,F 1 1 13. riiitgfi N , 1 V, . , L . - - 1 " 1..- 1 5 A i 1 5 3 K . I . ,,.. H if ' X . Q ' sf ,43 1 wi- A .1 -.5153 ' in.. -"E" , ig .7 V In . jgvti ,E 1 1 VAN HOOK, Captain CRXILER, Co-Captain Murphy's Panthers with a record of two wins, six losses, a11d a tie l1ad a fairly poor seaso11. They opened with a victory over Iackson but it was the last 71 ' l' h , 3,1111c o t e season, with U. M. S., before they entered the win column again. The o11ly other bright spot on the ledger was a 6-6 tie witl1 Biloxi. Yet for all these losses the Murphy team played some good football and was runner-up for the City Championship trophy . . . Coaches for the season were Charles Willcox, head coach, Havis Dawson, W. C. Stanford, and A. C. Woodward . . . Mur- phy Freshinen at Barton Academy had a silghtly successful season, wih a record of three wi11s and two losses. From the material displayed at Barton this year, Murphy has an excellent foundation for teams i11 years to come . . . Coach Edward Ienlsins at Barton was ably assisted throughout the season by Assistant Coach Dudley a11d by Managers Lieberkind and Layliield. we? f.'o:Iz'hl',f Clmrlfyr Willcox I-Inzfix Ilfznfxrm fl. C. Woodwiml 521 MOHIAN HYDE TACON BARNES FORSYTH MURPHY vs. IACKSON 13-6 The Blue and Gold Panthers of Murphy in their opening game of the season avenged a defeat at the hands of the Iackson Aggies last year. The Aggies rolled to a quick touchdown in the first quarter, but a touchdown by Wal- ter Hyde in the third quarter, plus another hy Bill Shipp in the fourth quarter was more than enough to defeat Iackson. MURPHY vs. PASCAGOULA 7-61 Pascagoula thoroughly routed Murphy in the Panther's second game of the year by the score of 61-7. In the fourth quarter Gene For- syth scored Murphy's lone touchdown on n quarterback sneak from the 2 yard line. With Spmi three of their nine touchdowns scored on f7f'ffWf"'1lP-4 blocked punts, the Pascagoula High eleven completely outclassed Murphy. PEARCE CREEL CLINE 5 Q . Q va, , ? cg , 1 - M fII7llg!'l'5 x 1 5 it i Q i lll My U ,V,,,VA Vg? AVIIEE r2,V,2g, 1 .,,1, g l ,, 1 3 it A trvi sifsi l s Sim sel li s tli t il se 1 it X sse eiti T hom pxmz Grixt MACK ai A an 5 . 5 i' s it 5 Q' r i Y e ieeiie 3' Qi i e 1 i M s ssee i t e ' 5 n l A ' it t l3iXlel.S lJl,'Y.Xl. liklilili lUlYl",S MURPHY vs. RAMSILY MURPHY vs. lJliNSACULA 7-27 ll-fl2 .Xt l,egitiii liieltl iii llirmiiigliaiii the Pan- The Pziiithers were heateii at Mtirphy Sta- thers were oxereoiiie 2747 hy llaiiisey lligh in tlitim ll-ll hy a powerltil llensaeola High a rough anal ttinilile etmntest. Seveiiteeii penal- eleven. This was their thirtl straight loss ol' ties totaliiitg one htiiitlretl yartls were iiiiposetl the season, htit their playing showetl great im- uii the teams, two players heiiig ptit out ol' proveiiieiit. The Paiithers iiiatle their main the game. Murphy matle their only seore iii threat late iii the game when they mme-tl from the iiiiial tpiarter alter llill Shipp reetweretl a their tmwii 32 yartl liiie to the Tigers' lg. lltir- liuiiilile on llziiiisefs 42 yartl liiie. Iaelt lialls ing this alrite a long pass lroiii lack lialls to threw a lung pass to lfiiiil Spilliiiaii for the llowartl Santls was gmail for 33 yartls. This secure. aiitl Pope eciiivertetl the t'XIl'.l puint. l'ass play was almost guocl lor a tcitielitlowii, lilll iiitereeptiulis greatly aitletl Ramsey in gaining Payne eatight Sancls from hehiiitl oii the ll? their xietory. as one ul' their lotir tutielitltiwiis yartl liiie. Utitstaiitliiig l7L'llS1lt'0lll players were was iiiatle tlireetly lirtim a pass iiitereeptioii. llaroltl Payne. who setiretl htrth Tiger totieh- aiitl aiitither was set up hy miie. tlowiis, anal .Xrthtir Sahota, prominent traelt Slllf. Wir lfrlitfi riffftf- im fitiliiilg mfmiffil, Vfmh llllfiwt wwf- in inf meer i'1'filiitr'ii1r'11l. fgler l'hiII'.Ql'.w' III for Ifn' k1fff.ll11l'f1f1y 1'.f. lill'd'fUlI, MURPHY vs. LANIER O-20 Sidney Lanier Poets dropped the Panthers 20-U at Crampton Bowl in Montgomery as Coach VVilleox discarded the Notre Dame sys- tem in favor of the Dale Hubbard of Murphy did some line punting, booting two that were good for more than sixty yards. Murphy's big threat came when Dale Hubbard booted a ball dead on l.anier's 7 yard line. Lanier kicked out to the 45 yard line, and Murphy in six plays and a I5 yard roughing penalty took the ball to the Poets' I5 yard stripe. At that point Sid Coleman ended the threat by intercepting a pass by lack Falls. IWOHIAN U5 3 fi x 1 3, if 4 ' I 1 , . 5, ,ez HQ if ' , i fy 5 E ... Z is 3 . ,Wi Q .X iff is 'W r ,W-r'+"f" .: il i dvbkhb' I , F A5343 if 5 t .t..1 Q41 Q L 3.45 W f mga? X F' , W w for HUDSC JN SANDS MURPHY vs. FORTIER O-46 ln the first contest between their two schools, a powerful Alcee Fortier High team from New Orleans bowled Murphy over 46-0. The Panthers, with six of their players out with injuries, were able to get into Tarpon territory only once. Bill Shipp, Paul Iones, Iimmy Spikes, and especially Red Crigler did some fine defensive play. Ridley Boudreaux, Fortier speedster who is leading prep scorer in Louisiana, scored three touchdowns, one of them on a take punt play which was good for 1113 yards. T1'11111.r gr! 1lu1r'11 fu l'zll'ffl Ill Ihr' l'ic11'I1f'1' gill!!! f '11- fri 1 .L . if 5 if if W N., WWW wvgh, M 'i HOWELL HARWELL HUBBARD KRAMER R MURPHY vs. McGllLL 7-36 McGill, taking advantage of all their breaks, bowled Murphy over 36-7 in the annual clash of the two teams. Their job was made fairly easy, as Murphy fumbled five times, and each time McGill recovered. Nicky Tacon went 73 yards in the second jquarter for Murphy's only touchdown. Bill Shipp place-kicked the point after Tacon's score. Having already beaten U. M. S., McGill in this win over Murphy clinched the city football championship. I. P. Van Hook and Bill Shipp shone for Murphy's line. 561 INIOHIAN MURPHY vs. BILOXI 6-6 Although the Panthers completely out- played Biloxi in the second hall' of the Biloxi homecoming game, the Indians held Murphy to a 6-6 tie. Murphy's touchdown came in the second quarter on a quarterback sneak by lack Falls, but the try for the extra point-a pass from lack Falls to Emil Spillmanwwas batted down. ln one of the Panthers' best games of the year Bill Shipp, l. P. Van Hook, Emil Spill- man, and Red Crigler were the standouts de- fensively. Pilrzlhm' l'1lf7flli77 wclr'on1r.f new frirml and foci,-Ilurc F0l'ffl'I' High of Nou' 0110711 fuk .. 4 f T c 'l 1 B spikes MURPHY vs. U. M. S. 33-13 Vw'ith l. B. Hudson, newcomer to the back- field, scoring three touchdowns, the Panthers ran up a 33-13 score against U. M. S. in their intra-city contest the day before Thanksgiving. By defeating the Soldiers Murphy ended the season with two wins, six losses and a tie. This triumph also placed Murphy second in the city prep race. The Murphians scored all their touchdowns in the first three quarters, and the second team held on to that edge during most of the last quarter. Besides Hudson, Nicky Tacon did a great job offensively. MIDG1i'1"1'li WATKINS SHIPP FRESHMAN FOOTlSAl.I. Murphyls freshman football team at Barton Academy won the Freshman City Champion- ship. Blount lunior High of Pensacola trounced the Barton eleven in their season opener 25-0. Then Barton came to life and defeated Vigor High 13-0, only to lose a return game with Blount 19-7. Barton finished in a blaze of glory by defeating Vigor 19-7 and Moss Point lunior High 13-7. Outstanding performers were Clines and Holman, endsg Carpenter, tackleg and Webster, guard. Knodel, quarterback, was their best passer, and Parker was an outstand- ing fullback. f.'Hl1'lflx'l.ff, IIIHICS .llrllnzlulfgh .llf'C!lIJ'A'l'j' lallllff fI1'r'A'z'-if 151711 Il'rn'1r I.yfml11zl Ix'11.f.f1'fl IXIUIIIAN U7 I . 5. . r V . abt-Lal' ,Q BOISBIH ANN VVHICIHANI. Maia' VASSAR WILHELM, Muzi! fa! .A ' on sovs ' u Ill 4. xim- 'Y 'MW bvoq L 19 , of QNX YW QS? 2 IAN 614,441 , ' f 4,a1L4,f,.g,f , n GC!! ANN STONHHAM, CL1pm1'11'.f Sfvomoz' if W7-' KQXTHRYN .XI.'Xl.'l-Ul'.,N, C0fulf1ILl111',c Sffml.-'oz' Ulf l5IiYlQRl.Y 1.YI3R.XNID, .xfzll-if RLVTII Wlilili, Alt!!-If 'Pm Mtblll xx KW X UWC ik' ,N W' L-' X Y XVVX ' N SW K Nt w"uxQ,iiw 1llf.XSI.liY I1l.'l3H,XR U x iiiiliicxi UU w A ,v -A iii-V ilsiuvw D XX XX? ,M ' Q 1 -tc -if - Murphys hnskethaxll tive ended the season IL . xfdhti K N' - - - V T i -U AW ns runner,up in the city race. Ileteuting L. M. 'V ' S. :ind Seninies Tech twice und losing two W gzunes to Neilill, the Panthers had four wins and two losses in the intralfeity competition. In interfeity gzunefs Murphfs record showed nine wins and live losses. In the district tournaunent Murphy aldvaineed to the second round ol' eliniif 5 4 6 f nation with ll 4237 victory over Buy Minette. The Painthers were pzleed by Cline. Shgwpless, :ind lluhhiird. In the second round the Pain- thers fought Mefiill, who seemed to have gi iinx on them throughout the season, :ind were ehininzlted hy 11 score oi VLH. l.lNlf, 5l!.Xlll'l,li55 VAN lltltbli ll.XXI7Wlilttil"li tTUl'li'I'xI II lfIf.IiCQl'Sf JN CIRICIQIX' Murphy XIIIIIWIIX .rlurphy Murphy 519- Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy I , ,g7 ,g7 XIl'IiI'I IYS li.XSIxIa I II.XI,I. Illalil DRI! 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During nhl- regular season thu linrlon lim' won ggllucs from llu- Nlolwilc Y. M. C. XX. lwicv. lluc Mcflill luniors, N'll1I'pllylS "ll" lczun, :mal Yigor lwicc, wlmilv losing only to nhl' Nur! play "lik," zlml Mr-Gill juniors. Slcllnr pprlorlrrcrs on the aquzul tlmrouglm- out llrc sulson xx'crc Nlillur, XVclwslcr. llcnm, lrlillllllllll. Pzrrlirr. Ulrmliy. illltl Rr-llcll. 'llwsc lwoys slwulll Iorm Illl cxcvllcnl llllllltlllllllll lor Nlurplmy umm in yours Io come. l'pfw1" .N0,1r'fvlw'- run! llm Ilfwl' frlrllllffllf' fm' ilu' fuzff. flfllfllf Cffrlfr long .frm nu flu' Hffffzxlzf' l.m1'rf: Ilzzflfuml w111!f'.1fv.' fn, ufvfwmfzf' I 021 xrollrxx amine, events east their shadows before TUMBLIQRS-Charles Harris and Arthur Parker. TRACK SQUAD-Row Iflaingley, lirainer, Wes- ton, Ford, Holland, Ferguson, Bryant, Chidgey, Ben son, Smith, Mitchell, Snyder, Rom 2-Green, llohan non, Smith, Maples, Bullard, Lawrence, Tucker, Prisock, Ward, Stevens, Varner, Matthews, Row 3- Thomson, Hayes, Barnes, Huhhard, Van llook, Shipp, Cline, Breedlove, Cockran, liuckalewg Razz' 4 --Harris, Tacon, Parker, Rockwell, Terrell, Hudson Livingston, Mclohnston, Hinkle, McClelland. TENNIS SQUAD-Row I-Greer, Clark, Manager Cassity, Gaillirdi Row 2-Coach Woodward, Hand- werger. Percy, Byrd, Coach, Henson, Brown BASEBALL SQUAIJ-Row I-Falls, Risher, Howe, lVilliams, Clrahain, Nobles: Row 2-Spikes, llalzli, llrowning, MrVVh0rter, Howell, Spillman. GOLF Tlir-XM+DL11u1, McNeely. Henson, VVeatherhy. .. ir' I fflllllfllf f7l'Uf7!l'HI - J'l1ll'l'l'J' . . . Knlflufgirzg Xll1rph.wlfl.f All lfu' PIYIIJI . . . ff!'1It', gm- ll R I' H Y un Il'I-f lJIfXlIfHlii-fl! , . . 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F U P1 6 VM01 0 wed thurs fri Qat L Y ,, 23? W pk it From the green of tlzc' campus . . . f fl? From lhe purplish irifiescence of the red baa' W. a v ': j t . . sbt ,mint and the family fragrant azaleas . . . Under the sign of Aquarius, the Water-bearer, we celebrated the birthdays of many famous people- Abraham Lincoln, Patsy leanne DeWVitt, Edgar Allan Poe, Molly Fitzsimmons, Tallulah Bankhead, Miss Annie Lou White, Clark Gable, lack Phillips, to name only a few . . . Under the sign of Aquarius Mardi Gras festivities interrupted classes for a hilarious holi- day. The Panther Club sponsored a float in the an- nual Floral Parade. The theme was 'lAu Old- fashioned Garden" in Murphys blue and gold, and twelve senior girls had the honor of riding on it dressed as antibellum ladies . . . After an absence of ten years spent in the army and at Leroy as coach, former head coach Ioseph F. Qfiillj Sharpe returned to Murphy as Athletic Director . . . Murphy reluc- tantly bade farewell to Mrs. Ruth Roach Clark, popu- lar and successful English teacher, who resigned to explore the world outside the classroom. Section 212 lost a perfect section teacherg the sophomores and juniors, a stimulating and inspiring instructor: the faculty, a dynamic personality: and her friends, a delightful companion. sir mel Q x vo 62 Q5 PEE Xe 661 MOIIIAN With the arrival of spring, Murphy became one of the beauty spots on the Azalea Trail, and Mur- phians joined other Mobilians and tourist in the annual chorus of oh's and ah's. The miracle of the red bud tree behind the library was followed by the brilliant Formosa azaleas east of the auditorium, where mockingbirds and redbirds sang their appre- ciation . . . With spring came a final burst of activity preceding the season of sunburn and spring fever .... Basketball gave way to baseball, track, golf, and tennis . . . Eighteen Hl TIMES delegates attended the CSPA convention in New York. Their effer- vescent reports gave the rest of us a gay glimpse of the world outside Alabama . . . The Four Arts Club presented the combined glee clubs in the fanciful operetta, "The Fire Prince" . . . D. O. Club enter- tained at its tenth colorful Azalea Banquet . . . Na- tional Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Thespians, Fan 'Randlette Art Honors Society, and National Forensic League inducted new members . . . On the last clay of the quarter this activity came to a brilliant climax in the long-awaited Iunior-Senior Prom. Born under the sign of Aquarius is our MOHIAN sponsor, Miss Annie Lou VVhite. Her horo- scope reveals that one of her faults may be stubbornness, and we are inclined to agree when we recall what a lengthy struggle we had in persuading her to be one of our 1948 "Big Four." Another typical Aquarian trait is her intense inter- est in anything new and different. Last year she became the new spon- sor of the MOHIAN, and this year she has taught French for the first time. In this one year in which we have come to know her well, we have noticed Cwithout the aid of a horo- scopej other important things about her. For instance, her love of beauty, whether in a language, a poem, a song, or a faceg her deep feeling for anything French: her rare ability to get close enough to a person to sense his thoughts: her skill in conversation which is always sprinkled with sparkling allusions to English literature-a trait which we shall imitate: "She walks in lmruty like fha night of clozrzllf-,cr elinzes and .clrzrry skier, .find all llzafff fwfr of dark and light Mfr! in fm' rrrprft and hw' eyes." IUNIURFSENIOR PROM Friday, April 2, was a liavorahle clay for the seniors, for on that day the juniors honored them with a dance in the calieteria. The clever and original opening developed the theme "After Graduation Day." The stage represented a classroom seen through the front entrance ol' Murphy. VVhile the Boys' Quartet sang "School Days." little Ioycc Bean walked through the gate to sit on the stage. As the quartet continued with "XVhere, oh, YVhere are the Verdant Freshmen?" groups of students representing the liour classes took their places on the stage. Ioy liaumhauer and VValter Inge were the Verdant Freshmen: Hehe Civvin and lohn Mcflowan, the VVise Old Sophomores: Helen Neville and llohhy McNeely. the Iolly Iuniorsg and Ruth VVehh and lack Phillips, the Grave Old Seniors. Millie Mason portrayed the teacher. Betty lean Chin on behalf ol' the junior class read a poem welcoming the seniors and giving a hacliward view of Murphy High days. Mrs. Murphy, class sponsor, continued the amusing rhymes with a sequel giving a forward view ol' activities in the wide. wide world. Then Mrs. Murphy introduced the couples in the lead-out, heginning with Norman Roberts, senior class presi- dent, and Iudy XVilliams1 Gene Hammond, junior class president, and VVoody Hiatt, senior repre- sentative to the council. Leaving the gate to the music of "Alter Graduation Day" played hy Roy Choice and his orchestra. the eouples went out into the wide, wide world of the dance floor decorated with maps and charts. Rainlmow streamers overhead symholized hap- piness for each guest. 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Df'z1f, HHIIKA, .N'1'4'hf1l,f, ,Nlf6,'l'm'vx', llzfzuffuzz, lX'1l!'- ugnn, HVl'Il'fflI1, I,!V'f'glIvX', Tlflkflj ffnullfy. lIlI'.5VI.X'X5flwz1' I---Aflfff, Aflfllfl, ll 17561, .xfllfflhllfh .Uzmzfjfy l.frnf'rl11l1111, Iliff, Xzfbuf.-',' Run' I l?mfgz'ff, Htxllff, li111hf'n', flvHI'I-CII, Dc ICun111f, Hy, U'l'Igflf, Illini, l'klAfZXl-Hlfllflllf. obaam afar Aubs THESE NIURPHIANS WHOSE NAMES MADE CUUIJ NEWS EDWIN HEACKER Genial jack-of-all-arts fbut master of allj, Ed has been generous with his talent as art editor of MOHIAN Qwitness the Legend type, decorative zodiac signs, and varied layoutsj, as cartoonist of HI TIMES Cwith three cartoons reprinted in NATIONAL ECHOD, and as president of Fan Randlette Art Honors Society. His pastel drawing "Evening on the Farmi' received the Emma Langdon Roche award, giving him a twenty-five dollar prize and a year's membership in the Mobile Art Association. He also received the Scholastic Art Awards Certificate of Merit for first place in the regional exhibition prior to the selection of finalists for the Carnegie Institute national high school art exhibition in Pittsburgh. FAYBETH SYKES Although she was a junior in her first year of journalism. Faybeth has won distinction in writing. In the annual Quill and Scroll contest Faybethls editorial ranked as one of the.top five in the southeastern division. Her winning editorial, entitled "Your Turkey Will Taste Better if You Have Helped the Hungry in Europe," appeared in the December 2 issue of HI TIMES. During Student Council Week Faybeth's paper on "The Important of Student Council Workl' was judged the best from the junior class. These journalistic achievements have brought Eaybeth a position as editorial writer on the 1948-49 HI TIMES staff. BARRETT SHIFF The science department selected Barrett Shift as the outstanding scientist of the year. He received the Bausch and Lomb Award, based upon person- ality, scholarship, and conduct, and indicative of great progress in science. Barrett as a finalist in the General Gorgas Scholarship Contest received honor- able mention and a twenty-five dollar bond. Around Murphy, however, Bar- rett is better known as Mr. Bridgewater's right--hand man, both at the con- trols of the public address system and backstage in the auditorium. Represent- ing his dual interest in science and in the stage is his fabulous model theater with its intricate and complete system of lights. P. VAN HGOK Captain of Murphy's football team and president of the UNI" Club, I. P. has been one of the leading all-round athletes of Murphy. Outstanding on the football field for three years in the positions of end and center, he starred this year in the games with U. M. S., Ramsey, and Pascagoula. I. P. holds two letters in both football and basketball and has also won recognition on the track. To his pals he is a fun-loving. all-round regular fellowg to the weaker sex he is a real football hero who "gets along with the beautiful girlsf, 721 MOHIAN IMOGENE HARRIS In the eleventh American Legion Oratorical contest Imogene won first place in the school, county, and district competitions and came out second in the area contest in Montgomery. The subject of her speech was "The Constitu- tion in Our Everyday Life." As a preparation for entering the contest next year she attended the national finals in Savannah, Georgia. Imogene has been an active member of the Speech Workshop for two years. In addition to her achievements in oratory, Imogene plays the violin in the orchestra and is an all "A" student who holds a perfect attendance record with no loss of ACM's. HENRY MOSTELLAR Not many people at Murphy could match the musicianship of Henry Mostellar, who played solo cornet. He was in the A Band three years and the orchestra two years. In his junior year he played in the Mobile Opera Association Orchestra. A born leader, Henry was chosen first semester president of the National Honor Society, to which he was elected his junior year. He was treasurer of the Interhclub Council and a member of the HB" Club and Ushers Club. The girls say that Henry's piano rendition of "Clair de Lune" is simply "out of this world." With all these interests, life should prove worth-while for Henry. PAT MAYHER Winner of the annual D. A. R. citizenship award was Pat Mayher, outstand- ing senior girl. In addition to this award, Pat was honored with a year's scholarship to Alabama College. She must be a natural-born secretary, for she was elected to that office in the National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, and the Spanish Club. A veteran of four years' math and Spanish, Pat also excels in wriitng and was the feature page editor of the HI TIMES. In spite of Pat's obviously serious outlook on her studies. when she is with her close friends her seemingly shy outward appearance changes to smiles, giggles and an all-around lively peronality. LARRY RIVETTF Winner of a Pepsi-Cola College Entrance Award of fifty dollars was Larry Rivette, who scored highest of thirty-nine Murphy seniors and was one of fifteen top-ranking Alabama finalists for the Four-year College Scholarship Award. The Larry who won the award is one of the diverse personalities registered under that name in section 163. The winner was the personality with the Bacon-like mind who takes all knowledge to be its province. An- other is a scientist interested in clinical pathology. One of them studies music and aspires to orchestrate uClair de Lune." There is one who like Swift unleashes his mocking wit against all womankind, and one that loves the stately hymns of his church. Which is the dominant Larry? Anyone's guess goes! IUHN BEASLFY A two-year letterman in basketball, giltedged Iohnny was consistently one of the high scorers on the varsity in his junior and senior years. During the 1947 season he played guard and forward, and during the past season, forward. Beasley merited a place on the all-city second team and played best ball in the two district tournament games. Before Iohnnv settled at Murphy. he had seen action in Texas, Oregon, and at O. C. M. A. Beaslev's outside-school sports are tennis, golf, and swimming. He also takes a great delight in girls- especially, he admits, Visitation girls. MOHIAN Va cflflolyian Cialenbav 1948 SENIUP1 FAVUHITES SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY "September Song" Norman Roberts-Iudy Williams "Two O'Clock lump" lane Hodges-lack Wright "You Gotta Be a Football Hero to Get Along with a Beautiful Girln Patsy Ieanne DeWitt-I. P. Van Hook "Christmas Dreaming" , Ieanne Ioyner-Carver Kennedy "Chocolate Sundae on a Saturday Night" Walter Crigler-Iackie Waite "Come to the Mardi Grasi' Ruth Webb-lack Phillips "Suddenly It's Spring" lack Tucker-Betty Ann Cleveland "April Showers" lim Tucker-Beverly Morris uln the Middle of Mayi' Helen Carroll-Woody Hiatt These 1948 Favorites arc nine bo 5 and nina iris who marc tlvctrd In f o ular ZIOZZ' in amor sertionr. Y 5' J 741 Mont NonMAN 21iOBBRTS IUDY WILLIAMS ' 2 5 2 ssprsnnasn 52 2 ' I 1 2 3 4 S 6 2 ,pF 7 8 910111213'-Z Ib 141S161718192O: ' gj Z122Z324252627 2 2 1 2829 30 X1 OIIIAN E 3 1 1 E 1 1 1 S Z 1 C 5 ! S i E E Z 1 1 1 3 1 1 3' , , 1 . 1 K 2 yy 11" 1 1 , NN 1-.W M ,V Xf W wfii . 1 g g AA 2 j X1 N1 1 1, 1 1 1 11,J1MIfpHQDGEs ' JACK WMGHT if J R gli Ny E 1 f 1 1543 J3 15 ocrosen 1 1 . 1 J M 1. fi 4 1 111 1 1 2 3 4 10 J! 5170 J 1.91 567891011 Lf 12131-415161718 1 . 1920212Z232425 4,0 2622152112?129Qg.:j ML ffm ff I I V k1f3WLf1 76j1x1c1111x1x 4 , , , , . 1 ' fr" , . 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C11111 R11y1111111'11c.v. 84111101111-,N llll H1011 UIQ j 11 :51 31321 A , .. . J X 1 1.. 11-197' "'5'?1-rg" -11535 E011 vi well thurs fri sat QHWYQ --My NJ ""4 y I 2 i 3' !!3-5 w k4" ,N1 my 46X ij? x . i Q W vias M. rf 531 F if "Up from the new-plantea' tree, commemorating oar presence, hmfiiitigy From row upon row of white-goafneaf graduates, ' - K V"-f From the Sixth-month heartfelt sweet sorrow . . ." "The roofs are shining from the rain, The sparrows twitter as they fly, And with a Windy April grace, The little clouds go by." Murphy entered the final quarter in the delightful month of April, at about the same season when Chaucer's pilgrims set out for Canterbury- " ..... . when the yearis young sun hath in the Ram his half- course fairly runf, And like the Canterbury pil- grims Murphy-folk "do long on pilgrim-ways to start." . . . Misses Fitzsimmons and Gensert took off from school to attend the convention of the Southern Speech Association in Nashville, Tennessee . . . The Music Festival at the University of Alabama attracted twenty-four members of the Glee Club, nine members of the orchestra, and thc complete seventy-piece band . . . Miss Ielks and eight home economics students en- joyed Home Economics Week-end at the University . . . Thirty-eight D. O. students attended the state convention at the University, where their president, Marion Davis, was elected K'Miss D. O. of 1948.9 1 ' ,xii ,L ciybf 'Y SS B31 . 861 MOHIAN A sufficient number of us, however, stayed at home to carry on the regular duties . . . The Four Arts Club presented as its spring offering Oscar VVilde's sophisti- cated, sparkling comedy, g'The Importance of Being Earnestf, one of the most finished productions in Murphy's distinguished dramatics history . . . The library and Mrs. Ross's homemaking class held a show of flower arrangements . . . Coach Stanford's track athletes defeated Pensacola in a dual meet and Pasca- goula, Moss Point, and Biloxi in a quadrangular bat- tle . . . The Panther nine licked the McGill Yellow Iackets . . . Herbert Nelson and Maurine Iohnson ar- ranged the N. H. S. banquet, at which permanent and 1948-1949 officers were announced . . . The 1948 MOHIAN was delivered and its carefully planned pages immediately obliterated by autographs . . . The seniors spent the final weeks in a flurry of prepara- tion for commencement . . . Billy Hazel polished his meters and rhymes . . . Senior speakers wrote, revised, and memorized their speeches on "Our American Heritagef' In the midst of this flurry was Miss Betty Gensert, senior sponsor, who "with a windy April gracel' now steps into the spotlight. In 1945, only four short years after graduation, Miss Gensert returned to Murphy as a member of the speech department. In that same year Miss Gensert, with her breezy step and dimpled smile, walked straightway into the hearts of the sophomores, who elected her their sponsor. The next year she man- aged their Prom, whose theme was "If I'm Luckyf' The juniors were lucky, for Miss Gensert became their sponsor during the all-important senior year. To many of the faculty Miss Gensert is still "Betty,,, the gay, pretty little girl whom they remem- ber as senior May Queen, Miss Lib- erty in the MOHIAN, commence- ment speaker, and best girl citizen. Especially do they recall her natural talent for acting in such varied roles as Emily Webb in g'Our Townu and Penny Sycamore in "You Can't Take It With Youf' Despite her remarkable ability for acting, however, Miss Gensert off stage is, to faculty and students alike, sweetly natural and refresh- ing-"with a windy April gracef, CiRAIJU,XTIC JN All tluring the second semester the senior class oiiliicers were busy with plans lor graduation, attend- ing to such details as announce- ments, caps and gowns, diplomas, speakers, and tickets. They pre- pared the tree-planting assembly and class night and commencement programs. Thznw 1'r.rp1111f1'f1f1' 11ff1'1111Lf 111111 M111 J'f70Il.fUI' 1111- l'11l I'11l11111', f1'1'1'r'1'111'y,' Ruff'- lI11ll'-Y .lI11y, I1'r'11f111'r1',' I111111 lv'1'1'1f, 1111'- p1'e.f1'1ff11I.' .llliif fil'lI.fli'f, .-'1'1111.-'111',' 111111 .Yor- I71ll1I Rof'z'1'I,f, 1111 ',s' 1'1f1'111'. The subject selected lor the com- mencement program was Nflur American Heritage." Pour dililier- ent phases ol' the subject were as- signed to the four speakers elected by the senior class. ".X lllironiclei' was given to W'oo1ly lliattg "Ali Interpretation," to Phyllis Flyq "A Prediction," to lerry Parnell: and "The Freedom Pledge," to Barbara De Ramus. Special music chosen to highlight the program was "The Freedom Train," to be sung by a special chorus under the direction of Mrs. Myrtle Peter, and a special arrangement ol? "America," to be sung by the class. S1'1111'1l 11111111111 fflz' 11111111 1111' flllll' of Ihr ',iA 1' f1'11111rr'1f .ff1r'111Q11'f-frfiji' 1'i11r11z'f!, Phyllis iffy, X111'n1i111 lC11f11'1'1'.f, f71'l'.ffI1l'l1f, 1l111f ll'r1111fV Hf11lI. The "Sixth-month heartfelt sweet sorrown is probably Iielt most keenly when seniors go to section for the last time to receive their report cards. To many who have had the same section tor tour years the sec- tion room has really become a home room. To theushy, puzzled fresh- man, the section was a haven of security from the bigness and bustle of Murphy. To the upperclassmen it has become a place where good friends meet. for a tour-year asso- ciation with the same members and teacher tends to bring the boys and girls closer together and closer to their teacher. 'fill' of ,i'1'1'1'1'11f .f111f1 1111 ,'f, 11- 111 .ll111'j'H,v fx Sf'C'ff0lI 121, Il'1-Zh ,TI11 li'1'fli'11' fll lflz' 1'l1111'1', l:'l1':11!'1'1!1 l:'1'1'111 111 191-' 1'f!11111f, 111111 1111 Ihr r'111'f,V f11r11'.f 541111113 111 Ifll' f11'1'1111'c 115 11 1'z111'111'11 for ffdlllg 1111 11'1111'. MOHIAN I87 'ZX Adair Adams, Ii. Adams, C. Adams, C. L Adams, D Q O Adcmk Arhlickx Allcn, A. Allen, D, N Allcn, F. Allen, VV. Amlvmm Anzlrcws Antoinc Armour, l Armour, Ii. Awult Aycock linuhur Rustic lam-1-, C, Iiul-wr, H. linllgml Ilgmlin limrmcs, I. Barnes, M. Bzlrnctt Burrn-tt Burton B11lChL'l0I' lhtus Hqlttistc Buumhuucr liuzlslwy, Hczlslcy, V licckhuln liciulrr Bunm-tt Hcnsuu, IJ. Benson, L . . eniov ADAIR, ROBERT HOWARD - Rep. Adv. Council 1, Ushers Club 4, Mobile Hi-Y 3 and 4, Welfare Corn. 1, Off. Ass't. 4, Monitor 4, Teais. Ass't. l . . . ADAMS, BETTY - Psych. Club 4, Modern Dancing 2, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . ADAMS, CHARLES FRANCIS-V. Pres. Argument Inc. 3 and 4, Psych. Club 4, Drum Major 4, Mobile Hi-Y 2-4, "33" Club 4, Speech Workship 3, Four Arts Club, Hi Times Reporter 3, A Band l-4, A Orch. 1-4, A Glee Club 2, Rep. Adv. Council 2, Governing Council 3 and 4, Nat. Forensic League 3 and 4 . . . ADAMS, CHARLES LUCIEN-Rep. Adv. Council 4, Red Cross Rep. 4, Ushers Club, Murphy Hi-Y 2-4, Monitor . . . ADAMS, DORA LEE - Gate Club, Monitor 4. ADCOCK, SALLIE EVELYN - Rep. Adv. Council 2 and 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Monitor 2 and 3 . . . ADDICKS, ANNA EDMUND-Lib. 4 . . . ALLEN, ALGERNON RYE-Pres. Fresh. Class, V. Pres. Mobile Hi-Y 3, "33" Club 3 and 4, Ushers Club 3 and 4, Rep. Adv. Council 2, Monitor 3, A Band l-4, A Orch. 1-4 . . . ALLEN, DOROTHY GRACE- Rep. All Girls' Council 1-3, Glee Club 2, Openuppa- locka 3, Tea's. Assit. 3, Monitor 3 . . . ALLEN, ELLIS EUGENE-D. O. Club 3 and 4. ALLEN, WALLACE A. --Veterans Club . . . ANDERSON, CLARA EFFIE-Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3, Fresh. Cho. I, Monitor 3 . . . ANDREWS, GAINS WILTON - Monitor 2 and 3 . . . ANTOINE, SARA ANN ELIZABETH-Sec'y. Ar- gument Inc. 4, Adv. Mgr. Hi Times 4, Hi Times Reporter 3, Fresh. Cho. 1, Psych. Club 3 and 4, Tea's. Km. 2-4 . . . ARMOUR, CLARA MAE-Tea's. Ass't. 3. ARMOUR, EDITH-Yo Tappa Kees 3, Moni- tor 2, Nom. and Elec. Com. 2, Tea's. Ass't. 3 . . . AWALT, MARGARET LORENE-Tea's. Ass't. 3 . . . AYCOCK, SARA EMMA - Rep. All Girls' Council 3 and 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Lib. 2-4, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Pep Squad 4 . . . BACHAR, PEGGIE ROSE . . . BAETIE, FRANCES HOLMES-Tea's. Ass't. 4. BAKER, CHARLOTTE ANNE - Yo Tappa Kees 4, Rep. All Girls' Council 3 and 4, Governing Council 2 . . . BAKER, HAROLD . . . BALLARD, EDITH MARIE-Ass't. Teacher 4, Lib. 3, Rep. All MOHIAN f89 Girl's Council 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . BARDIN, MARY ANN . . . BARNES, IAMES HENRY. BARNES, MAXINE-Tea's. Ass't., Monitor 2 and 4 . . . BARNETT, RACHEL ANN-Fresh. Cho. l, Monitor 3 . . . BARRETT, IAMES COLE -Mobile Hi-Y 3 and 4, Rep. Adv. Council 2-4, Psych. Club, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4 . . . BARTON, LULA MYRTLE . . . BATCHELOR, IANET MINNIE- Four Arts Club, Sports Club, Glee Club 2-4, Mohian Staff 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Fresh. Cho. l, Tea's. Ass't. l-3. BATES, WARREN . . . BATTISTE,NELLIE . . . BAUMHAUER, THEA-Tri Hi-Y-3 and 4, Gate Club 3 and 4, Cafe. Ass't. 2 and 3, Modern Dancing 2, Monitor l, Tea's. Ass't. l and 2, Nom. and Elec. Com. 4, Off. Assit. 4 . . . BEASLEY, IOHNNY MARVIN - "Mn Club, Monitor . . . BEASLEY, VIRGINIA SUE-D. O. Club 4, Rep. All Girls' Council 4, Monitor 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4. BECKHAM, THOMAS GRIFFIN-Visual Ed. 3 and 4 . . . BENDER, ANN MARIE-Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Rep. All Girls' Council 4, Rep. Adv. Council l and 2, Welfare Store 2-4, Lib. 4, Tea's. Ass't., Wel- fare Rep. 2 . . . BENNETT HARRIET DOLORES -Panther Club 3 and 4, A Band 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1 and 2 . . . BENSON, DAVID ROSS-All Sports Club, Track 3 and 4, Montior 3 . . . BENSON, LARRY H.-'l33" Club 3 and 4, Psych. Club 4, Rep. Adv. Council 3, Monitor 3. Fooflmll smrr don grarx skirt: clml lrir for Hz' Timex Itznzborec . . enio' BENTON, FARRICE-D. O. Club 4, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Monitor 3... BERGER, HUGH MALCOLM-Psych. Club 4, Monitor 3, Teals. Ass't., Biology Club . . . BERRY, WALTER LESLIE, IR. -A Band, Glee Club . . . BETBEZE, SYLVAIN IOSEPH-A Band 2-4, Monitor 4 . . . BICKER- STAFF, CLARA BYRD-Monitor 3 and 4. BIGGS, DONALD LESLIE-Red Cross Rep. 4, Pep Squad 4 . . . BISHOP, DORIS-D. O. Club 4, Monitor 1 and 2, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Orch. I and 2 . . . BISHOP, LANITA MURLEEN-D. O. Club 4, Monitor I and 2, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . BISHOP, NAN IO-Psych. Club 3 and 4, Panther Club 3, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Fresh. Cho. l . . . BLACKWELL, GORDON EUSTACE-Rep. Adv. Council 2-4, l'33" Club 4. BLOW, BETTY IOYCE-Span. Club 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Mohian Staff 4, Monitor l and 3, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . BOBER, BETTY - Rep. All Girls' Council, Psych. Club, A Glee Club, Gym. Am., off. Ass't .... BooNE, DOROTHY IOAN -Psych. Club 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Red Cross Rep. 4, Tea's. Assit. l-3, Monitor 2 and 3 . . . BOOTH, BETTY IO-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Red Cross Rep. 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . BOOTH, ROBERT LESTER- K. R. C. 2-4, Teais. Ass't. BORDEN, RACHEL ELIZABETH - Fresh. Cho., Red Cross Rep., Tea's. Ass't. 3 and 4, Off. Ass't. 4 . . . BOSWELL, GLORIA GILDA-Fresh. Cho. 1, D. O. Club 4, Rep. All Girls' Council 4 . . . BOWMAN, IEAN-Psych. Club 4, Panther Club 3, Tea's. Ass't. 4, Monitor 3, Off. Assit. 4, Fresh. Cho. l . . . BRADLEY, EUGENE FRANKLIN-Mon- itor 3 . . . BRADLEY, IACK EDWARD-Senior Class Editor Mohian 4, Rep. Adv. Council 2 and 3, Yo Tappa Kees 3, Monitor 2, Tea's. Ass't. 2-4. BRANNON, GEORGE EDVVARD - Cafe. Ass't., B Band . . . BRASELL, R I C H A R D PATRICK-Tea's. Ass't .... BRAZILE, DONALD E .... BREEDLOVE, ROBERT HEBARD-Track MOHIAN f9l 3 . . . BREWER, IMA IEAN-Rep. All Girls' Coun- cil 3 and 4, Psych. Club 4, Sports Club 4, Monitor 2, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3, Pep Squad 4, Lib. 3 and 4. BREWTON, MARK PALMER-Fan Randlette Art Hon. Soc., Cafe. Ass't. l . . . BRIGHT, ED SHARPE-Sci. Club l . . . BRITT, IOSEPHINE -Fresh. Cho. l, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Speech Work- shop 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2, Off. Ass't. 3 . . . BROOKS, ALICE CAROLYN-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Glee Club l-4, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . BROOME, BETTY DORIS. BROOME, HAZEI, MARTHA-Rep. All Girls' Council 3 and 4, Psych. Club 3 and 4, Lib., Monitor 2 . . . BROWN, ROBERT ALEXANDER-A Band 2-4 . . . BROWN, WILLIAM THOMAS-Mobile Hi-Y l-4, Red Cross Rep. 4, Tennis 4, Intramural Basketball 2-4 . . . BROWNING, PERRY HOL- COMBE-Psych. Club 4 . . . BRUNSON, CALVIN PAUL-Monitor l and 2, Cafe. Ass't. 2. BRUNSON, LORRAINE - Tea's. Ass't .... BRYANT, DUNCAN LAURIN-"MU Club 3 and 4, Track 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. l . . . BRYANT, MAZIE NELL-Yo Tappa Kees 3 and 4, Glee Club I, Teals. Ass't. 2 . . . BUCKLEY, VALERIE - Sec'y. Mid-Year Iunior Class, V. Pres. Mid-Year Senior Class, T. A. B. Club, Tea's. Ass't. 1-3, Moni- tor 2, Monitor Inspector 2 and 3 . . . BULLARD, WILLIAM HENRY, IR.-A Band l-3, A Orch. 1-3. .I-lrzrphiurzx facing 77l0I'71l'Ilg 51171 lo cheer Pulzlhcrzf. Bunch Burns Hurrzige Hush Butler, B. O O O Butler, G. Hyrcl Cameron Campbell, IJ. Campbell, M Campbell, S. Cannon, F. Cannon, T. Capps Curlovitz cz2ll'l'K7ll Carter Cash czihhlly, B. Cussity, N. Cato Clulmlvliss Chnncller Cherry Ching Christopher Clancy Clark, F. Clark, I. Clark, I. M Clausen Clement Clements, G. Clements, I. Cleveland Cleverclon Cline Coats Cochran Coggin .. ni 1' BUNCH, MARY ALICE-Pres. Fan Rzindlette Art Hon. Soc. 4, Rep. Adv. Council 2 und 3, Tezfs. Ass't. 4, Nut. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4 . . . BURNS, CHARLES EDWARD-Red Cross Rep. 4, Chemis- try Club 3, Teas Ass't. tl and 2, Monitor l, Lib. 3 . . . BURRAGE, NORMA-Tczfs. Assit. 2 . . . BUSH, EUGENE-Veterans Club . . . BUTLER, IANICE BETTY-Psych. Club 4, Tezfs. Assit. 3, Lib. 4. BUTLER, GERMAIN LOUISE - Rep. All Girls' Council 3 and 4 . . . BYRD, ELBERT SHAVV . . . CAMERON, THEODORE IIXJNALD-Rep. Adv. Council 3 and 4, Psych. Club 4, Intramurzil Basketball 3, Monitor Inspector 3, Tea's. Ass't. I . . . CAMPBELL, DOROTHY IANET - D. O. Club 4 . . . CAMPBELL, MARGARET HELENE. CAMPBELL, SUSAN NELMS-Psych. Club 3 and 4, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Monitor Z, Lib. 3, Ten's. Ass't. 3 . . . CANNON, FRAN . . . CANNON, THERESA - Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . CAPPS, DELORIS INGE-Tez1's.Ass't.l-3. .. CARLOVITZ, CARLYE MERLE-Four Arts Club 2-4, All Girls' Council 3 and 4, Span. Club 3 and 4, Rep. Adv. Council 3, Tezfs. Ass't. 2, Monitor 4, Bus. Staff Hi Times 3. CARROLL, HELEN LOUISEfV. Chairman All Girls' Council 4, Glee Club 2-4, Fresh. Cho. 1, First Place Fancy Diving, Tea's. Ass't. l and 2 . . . CARTER, BETTY . . . CASH, HIXON-lVIOnitor 2-4 . . . CASSITY, BILLYkRep. Adv. Council 3 and 4, A and B Band 3 and 4 . . . CASSITY, NORWOOD L.-D. O. Club 4. CATO, CAROL IEAN-Rep. All Girls' Coun- cil 3 and 4, Welfare Store 4, Hi Times Staff 4, Moni- tor 3 . . . CHAMBLISS, BETTY RAE-Welfare Rep. 2, Rep. Adv. Council 3, Fresh. Cho. l, Tea's. Ass't. I-4 . . . CHANDLER, LEWIS . . . CHERRY, VIVIAN - Governing Council 3 . . . CHING, CECILIA IVIARIE. IXIOHIAN f93 CHRISTOPHER, OUIDA - Psych. Club 3, Girls' Athletic Club, Tea's. Ass't. 2-4, Monitor 4 . . . CLANCY, MARITA IOYCE-V. Pres. Y-Team 4, Yo Tuppa Kees 4, Glee Club l-4 . . . CLARK, ETHEL CLAIRE - Monitor l-3, Tezfs. Ass't. 2, Locker Off. Ass't. 3 . . . CLARK, IACQUELYN . . . CLARK, IAMES McGRUDER - "33" Club, Nut. Hon. Soc., Ushers Club, Cute. Assit. I, Monitor Z-4, Teas Ass't. l. CLAUSEN, ARTHUR B E R N A R D . . . CLEMENT, IOI-IN FRANCIS-"M" Club 3 and 4. Murphy Hi-Y 2-4 . . . CLEMENTS, GINGER --Rep. Adv. Council 4, Yo Tuppa Kees 4, Fresh. Cho. l . . . CLEMENTS, IULIA ANN-Yo Tappn Kees 4, Teafs. Ass't. 4 . . . CLEVELAND, BETTY ANN. CLEVERDON, IOHN HAUSER - Mohiun Club Editor 4, Mobile Hi-Y 3 and 4, Hi Times Re- porter 4, Monitor l-3 . . . CLINE, RALEIGH- Rep. Adv. Council 4, Monitor, "M" Club, Welfztre Rep .... COATS, SUZANNE-Psych. Club 4, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Modern Dancing 2, Cafe. Ass't. l, Te:1's. Ass't. Z-4, Monitor 4 . . . CO CH R AN, REUBIN WALLIS-Rep. Adv. Council I-3, Track 3, Cafe. Ass't. 2, Monitor Inspector 4 . . . COGGIN, RICHARD CALVIN-Glee Club 3, Lib. 4. 'o Rinlfry fU1'HUffl'II ur grzizf xfurir tam! fill!! wzjrzy flflz-1'-,gzlrzlf :full 15 55 iv-4 D 6 COGHLAN, MILLARD P R E S T O N - Red Cross Rep. 4, D. O. Club 4 . . . COHRON, IVAN RUTH-Rep. Adv. Council l and Z, Lib. 3 and 4. Yo Tappa Kees 4, Fresh. Cho. l, Tez1's. Ass't. l :ind 2, Monitor 2 . . . COLE, WILLIAM I.-Rep. Adv. Council l, Lib. 4, Psych. Club 4, Monitor 2-4, Tezfs. Ass,t.l . . . COLEMAN, CHARLES . . . COLEY, DAVID ROBERT-Ushers Club 3 and 4, Argument Inc. 3 and 4, Mobile Hi-Y 3 and 4, Speech Work- shop 4, Four Arts Club 4, Monitor 3, Tens. Ass't. COLLIER, HERBERT IAMES - Monitor 2, Red Cross Rep. 4 . . . COLLUM, CLARENCE CECIL, IR. - Rep. Adv. Council l and 3 . . . COLLUM, MARY IEANNE . . . COMPTON. CAROLYN-Tea's. Asst 4. Monitor 3 . . . CON- VVAY, MAUDIE ERNESTINE. COOK, ALMA LEE . . . COOK, MARY ELIZABETH-V. Pres. Span. Club 4, Hi Times 4 . . . COOK, WILMA LEA . . . COOPER, ALICE FRANCES-Psych. Club 4, Onenuppaloclin Club 2 . . . COOPER, EMOGENE ROXIE -Q Rep. Adv. Council 4, D. O. Club 4, Tea's. Ass't. l.. CORNELIUS, MESCLE ANN - Rep. Adv. Council 3, Monitor 3 and 4 . . . COSMINSKY, CHARLES . . . COSMINSKY, PHILLIP EUGENE -Glee Club 3, Ushers Club 3 . . . COUMANIS, IRENE PAUL-Fresh. Cho. I, Tezfs. Ass't. 2, Off. Assit. 4 . . . COURTNEY, IAMES FORREST- Monitor I and 3, Tea,s. Ass't. 2 and 3. Sec'y. Glee Club 3, V. Pres. Psych. Class 3, Red Cross Rep. 3, Adv. Council Rep. 2, Sci. Club, Four Arts Club, Thespian 3, Special Chorus 3, Stunt Night l. COX, MILDRED PATRICIA-Psych. Club 3 and 4, Monitor 2, Red Cross Rep. 3 and 4... CRANE, BETTY IEAN-Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . CRANFORD, IANICE SUE-Rep. All Girls' Coun- cil 2, D. O. Club 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . CREEL, LUTHER SIMEON, IR.-"M" Club 4, Ushers Club 4, B Band l and 2, A Band 3 and 4, Rep. Adv. INIOIIIAN 1:95 hier Council l and 2 . . . CROSBY, HARVEY ALBERT, IR.-Veterans Club 3 and 4. CROWDER, EDNA EARLEfA Cilee Club 1, Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . CROWE, RAE-Sports Edi- tor Mohian, Cafe. Ass't. 1-3, Welfare Store 3 and 4, Murphy Hi-Y Z-4, Ushers Club 4, Monitor l . . . CURRIE, IAMES VVILHELM . . . CURTIS, ANNE CAMBLE - Monitor 2 and 4, Teas Ass't .... DAHLGREN, BETTY-Pres. Girl Reserve l, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Tezfs. Asslt. l, Monitor l, Lib. l, Cym. Ass't. 3. DAHLGREN, ORVEL D.-Welfare Rep., Rep. Adv. Council l, Ten's. Ass't. l . . . DAILEY, CLADYS MA RG A RET - Psych. Club 3 . . . DANIEL, IOYCE RUTH . . . DANIELS, FRANK . . . DANIELS HARRY MADISON--Monitor 4. DANZEY, IEAN AUGUSTA-Modern Danc- ing 2, Teas Ass't. 3 and 4 . . . DAVIDSON, CLARA HAZEL-Sec'y. Psych. c:l2lSS 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Clee Club I, Teas Ass't. 4 . . . DAVIS, CLORIA ANN-Span. Club l, Olee Club l, Moni- tor l . . . DAVIS, IOHN NOAH-Rep. Adv. Coun- cil l-3, Pres. Mid-Year Iunior Class, Pres. Mid-Year Senior Class, Tezfs. Ass,t. l-3 . . . DAVIS, MARIAN IRENE-Pres. D. O. Club 4, Rep. Adv. Council 4, Governing Council 3, Tezfs. Asst 3 :ind 4. lhflririn Cox, Iillfl o 771 .ff'l1l'Ul'.1' lo rm' for .lluhmn halo In nv 8 Davin, S, A. Davis, S. G. Dawn-y Day, ll. Day, I. O O Denmark DL-Gruy Dclcliamps Dcnton Dcramus l7L'Witt Digmon Dill Dixon, G. Dixon, Q, ll. Dixon, T. Dalicrty Dostcr Doyle Dullosc Duckctt Dun-itt Dungan Dunn Duval Dycss Dykcs, H. Iaykcg, 1. Ealy Earalluy Euhols liclmonils Edwards Elliott, Eugene Elliott, Fvclyn Elliott, O. Elliott, T. England Enzor Iitzkorn . mio' DAVIS, SHIRLEY ANN . . . DAVIS, SHIRLEY GENE - Monitor 4 . . . DAWSEY, ROBERT JOSEPH . . . DAY, BETTY ANN- Argument Inc. 3 and 4, Fresh. Cho. 1, Glee Club 2-4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Tea's. Ass't., Editorial Editor Hi Times 4, Iournalism Cub Reporter 3 . . . DAY, IMOGENF-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Glee Club 1-4, Monitor 1-4, Tea's. Ass't. 2. DENMARK, MARY ELIZABETH-V. Pres. Y-Teens 2, Pres. Y-Teens 4, A Band 2-4, B Band 1, Psych. Club 4, Gate Club, Tez1's. Ass't. 1-4, Monitor 3 and 4, Girls' State . . . DE GRUY, FRANCES RUBY-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Panther Club 4, Monitor 2 . . . DELCHAMPS, ALFRED FREDERICK- Sci. Club 3 and 4, Monitor 1 and 2 . . . DENTON, BONNIE OINEAL-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Glee Club 2-4 . . . DE RAMUS, BARBARA IDA-Four Arts Club 2-4, Red Cross Rep. 4, Monitor 2, Off. Ass't. 3 and 4, DE WITT, PATSY IEANNE-Mohiun Editor, Inter-Club Council 4, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1-3, Locker Off. 1-3 . . . DIGMON, HELEN IOAN-Openupalocka Club 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Monitor 3 . . . DILL, NORMAN TOLLIVER, IR.-Psych Club 4, Four Arts Club 3 and 4, Speech Workshop 3, Monitor 3 . . . DIXON, GEORGIA ETHELINE-Monitor 1, Fresh. Cho. 1 . . . DIXON, Q. B.-Tea's. Ass't. 1-4, Cafe. Ass't. 1 and 2, Lib. 1. DIXON, THOMAS MONROE-Gate Club 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass,t. 3 . . . DAHERTY, KATHRYN -Girl Reserves 1, Monitor 1-4, Tea's. Ass't. 1-3 . . . DOSTER, ALLEN HAROLD . . . DOYLE, BETTY LYNN . . . DU BOSE, HELEN ADELINE- Sec,y. Mid-Year Fresh. Class, Rep. All Girls, Coun- cil 2-4, T. A. B. Club 3-4, Cafe. Monitor 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2-4. DUCKETT, BETTY LOU-Sec'y. of Thespians 4, V. Pres. Tri Hi-Y 4, Student Council Rep. 1 and 2, Four Arts Club 2-4, All Girls, Council, Hi Times Bus. Staff 3, Teais. Ass't. 2, Monitor 2 . . . DUEITT, MOHIAN T97 PAUL RIVERE . . . DUNGAN, RUDOLPH ERVIN-Monitor 1-4, Tens Ass't. 1 and 2, Lib. 2, Speech Workshop 4 . . . DUNN, IASPER S.-Golf Team 4 . . . DUVAL, EDWARD. DYESS, GLADYS MAE . . . DYKES, HELEN LOUISE-Yo Tappa Kees 3 . . . DYKES, IOYCE ANNETTE . . . EALY, CHLORIS ESTELLE- Adv. Council Rep., All Girls, Council 4, Tezfs. Ass't. 1-3,,"pff. A,ss't. 3 . . . EARDLEY, HARRIETT IEAE'-Monitor 3 and 4, Te:1's. Ass't. ECHOLS, MABEL FRANCES-Terfs. Assit., Quill and Scroll, Monitor, Nom. and Elec. Com., Hi Times Off. Mgr. 3-4 . . . EDMUNDS, HARRIET IEAN-Ti Hi-Y 3 and 4, Tezfs. Asst 2, Cafe 1 and 2, Off. Ass't. 4, Welfare Store 4 . . . EDWARDS, PERRY IAMES . . . ELLIOTT, EUGENE . . . ELLIOTT, EVELYN - D. O. Club 4, All Girls' Council 4. ELLIOTT, OTHO THOIVIAS-Argument Inc. 3 and 4, Monitor 3 . . . ELLIOTT, THELMA LOUISE-D. O. Club 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1-3 . . . ENGLAND, IVIARY ANNE-Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Tez1's. Ass't. 1, Monitor 3 and 4, Publications Com. 3, Sec'y. Frm Randlette Art Hon. Soc. 3 . . . ENZOR, DOROTHY IUANITA-All Girls, Council 2 . . . ETZKORN, HELEN ANN-Orch. 1 and 2, Psych. Club 3, Panther Club 3 and 4. Tram ftII'0I'1'ff'.f with rffo1'l,c, hfmorrzf gzlliff,-' nf Murphy-U. M. S game I C Fuhnnks Evans, B. lixuxm, I, lgvglnx, Il livzlns, VX O O Falls Farill, Iulm lfxlrill. Illlillll Farm-ll l'lllIHi 1-'must F111 gi n Faust lfcln' 1-I-rgmm1 Finch l"itzgc1'z1hl FifZ5ill'lIl11lI1S Flukv Flvfillrl' l7lmvc1'x, G. lflmvum, II. lfly Fnrxytlu Foster, I . ostur, l"usICl', I.. Fostrr, R. Fountain Fl'L'4lQ'l'iClx Fl'C'L'IHLlll I'vI'iClHLll1KIL'l' l"1'usL l"l'fL'I' Fllfl' lfussvll Guillzml f1.ll'ltHL'I' Omron :AIMS b 6 EUBANKS, IAMES MEDRIC-Monitor 2 and 3, Tea's. Ass't. 2, Rep. Adv. Council, Off. Ass't., Monitor, Fresh. Cho .... EVANS, BOBBIE NELL -Psych. Club 3 and 4, Monitor 3 and 4 . . . EVANS, IDA LEE-Psych. Club 3, Glee Club 2, D. O. Club 4, Girl Reserves 1, Fresh. Cho. 1, A Band 1-4, Majorette 1-4 . . . EVANS, PENELOPE CAMILLE -- D. O. Club 4, Psych. Club 4 . . . EVANS, WESTLY-Monitor 2-4. FALLS, MARTHA CILLE-D. O. Club 3 and 4, Tea's. Assit. 2 . . . FARILL, IOHN RODGERS -D. O. Club 4, Ten's. Ass't. 3, Monitor 1 and 2 . . . FARILL, IULIAN ROUNTREE-D. O. Club 3 and 4, Monitor 1 . . . FARNELL, IERRY CORLEY-Chair. Adv. Council 4, Interclub Council 3, Monitor 3 and 4, Glee Club 1-4, Ushers Club 4, Male Quartet 4, Ir. Rotarian 3 . . . FAULK, GEORGE HENRY-Monitor 1, Tea's. Asslt. 2, Rep. Adv. Council 3, Nat. Hon Soc. 4. FAUST, MAVIS-Openuppalocltzl Club 3 and 4, Hi Times Staff 3 and 4, Lib. Ass't. 3 and 4 . . . FEAGIN, AARON . . . FEAST, WANDA IANET- Lib. Ass't. 4, Recl Cross Council 4 . . . FEHR, BETTY 113.-iN-Yo Tsppa Kees . . FERGUSON,NORMAN-Student Council 2. FINCH, CATHERINE ELIZABETH . . . FITZGERALD, MARY LOU . . . FITZSIMMONS, MOLLY ANN -- Secly.-Treas. Four Arts Club 4, Faculty Editor Mohian 4, Welfare Store 3 and 4, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Modern Dancing 2, Nom. and Elec. Com. 3, Monitor 2, Tea's. Ass't. 2, K'Shubert Alley" 3, Thespian 3 and 4 . . . FLAKE, LUCILLE -All Girls' Council, Monitor 3, Teas Ass't .... FLETCHER, CHARLES EDWARD - Rep. Adv. Council 1, Monitor 2. FLOWERS, GRACE MERLE - Pres. "YM Teens 1, Off. Ass't. 3 and 4, Cafe. Ass't. 1, All Girls' Council 2, Monitor 3 . . . FLOWERS, HILTON . . . FLY, PHYLLIS RUTH-V. Pres. NYU Teens 2. Red Cross Council 4, Four Arts Club 3 and 4, Fresh. Cho. 1, Monitor 1-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Hi Times4 . . . FORSYTH, EUGENE SAUNDERS, IR.-Sec,y. "M" Club 4, Trezis. Mobile Hi-Y 4, Ushers IXIOIIIAN D79 Miov Club 4, Monitor 3 . . . FOSTER, ANITA ELOISE -Sports Club 3, Girl Reserves 2, Badminton Cham- pion 3, Life Guard 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2-4. FOSTER, IANE ELIZABETH - Treas. Hi Times 3 and 4, Fresh. Cho. 1, Gate Club 4, Rep. Adv. Council 4, Future Teachers of America 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1-4 . . . FOSTER, IEANETTE LEE-Psych. Club 3 and 4 . . . FOSTER, ROBERT WALKER -Baseball 3 . . . FOUNTAIN MARGARET LAWEEDA - Yo Tappa Kees 4, Tea's. Assit. 1, Monitor 3 . . . FREDERICK, ALAN. FREEMAN, ELOISE-Rep. Adv. Council 2, Openuppalocka Club 3 and 4, Tezfs. Ass't. 2 . . . FRIEDLANDER, HARRIS-V. Pres. Soph. Class 2, Psych. Club 4, Gate Club 3 and 4, Argument Inc. 3 and 4, Hi Times 4, Honor Committee 3 . . . FROST, DAVID NELSON . . . FRYER, RICHARD LEON . . . FURR, GRANT. FUSSEL, EARL ELMO . . . GAILLARD, MADISON WILSON, IR.-Sec'y. Murphy Hi-Y, Ass,t. Bus. Mgr. Mohian, "33" Club 3 and 4, Ushers Club 4, Welfare Store 4, Cafe. Asslt. 1-3, Monitor 2, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . GANDLER, LEONARD- Psych. Club 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Monitor 2 . . . GASTON, LORA IOYCE-Fresh. Cho. 1, Chem. Club 3, Cub Reporter 3, Lib. Ass't. Z and 3, Hi Times Staff 4 . . . GATES, BOBBIE WINFRED -D, O. Club 3 and 4, Monitor 2 and 3. Ifxz'fIc'd IfC'Il'g6lfC'.f lforlrzlilzg 17115 for SCCA Conzfrntimz in Corpus Ch: t 15 3 'Z 4 fa . . emi 1' GAYNOR, RICHARD DANA - Rep. Advi Council 4 . . . GEIGER, RALPH SIDNEY . . . GEIST, ROBERDEAN DRURY-"M" Club 2-4, '133' Club 3 and 4, Ushers Club 3 and 4, Mobile Hi-Y 1-4, Mgr. Football 2-4, Mgr. Basketball 2-4, Monitor 4 . . . GIBSON, LOIS IANE-Rep. Adv. Council 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Glee Club 3 and 4, Monitor 3 . . . GILBERT, ROSE MARIE-T. A. B. 3 and 4, Teais. Ass't. 2-4. GILL, GEORGE WILLIAM-Veterans Club 2, Rep. Adv. Council 2 . . . GILLILAND, IACK EDWARD, IR. - Rep. Adv. Council . . . GONZALES, EULALIE-Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Psych. Club. 4, Off. Ass't. 1-4, Tea's. Ass't. 4 . . . GOSSETT, DAVID ANDES-Cafe. Ass't. I, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3 . . . GRAY, BARBARA IEAN-Rep. Adv. Council I and 2, D. O. Club 4, Lib. Ass't. 3, Off. Ass't. 3. GRAY, IOHN IRVIN . . . GRAY, ROBERT OTTO - Sec'y. D. O. Club . . . GREEN, BREWTON . . . GREEN, EDWARD IOSEPH- Off. Ass't. 3, Monitor 2 and 3, Mobile Hi-Y, "Mn Club, Hi Times, Baseball 3 and 4 . . . GREENE, JEAN. GREENE, RUBY INEZ . . . GREER, TOUL- MIN-Sec'y. Nat. Hon. Soc. 4, Ass't. Editor Mohian 4, Ushers Club 4, Murphy Hi-Y 2-4, "33" Club 3 and 4, Hon. Com. 3, Rep. Adv. Council 2 and 3, Cafe. Ass't. I-3, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . GRICE, MARY YOUNELLE-Rep. Adv. Council 2 and 3, Argu- ment Inc., Psych. Club, Hi Times, Fresh. Cho., Modern Dancing . . . GRIFFIN, BONNIE-Rep. Adv. Council 3, Tea's. Ass't., Lib. Ass't. . . . GRIMES, DORIS LOUISE-Rep. Adv. Council 2, Monitor 3. GUESS, DEE C .... GULLEDGE, LOUISE -Glee Club 2, Monitor 3 . . . GUNTHORPE, REGINA ROSE-Fresh. Cho. I, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Rep. Adv. Council I, Lib. Ass't. 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2-4 . . . GURGANUS, HENRI ETTA-Glee Club MoHiAN U01 2-4, Fresh. Cho. I . . . HAIRSTON, GEORGE CLIFFORD-Rep. Adv. Council, Mobile Hi-Y, Red Cross Council. HALL, BETTY . . . HAMMAC, ETHA DELLERAR-Psych. Club 3 and 4 . . . HAMMAC, IOAN - D. O. Club 3 and 4, Monitor 2 . . . HAMMOND, EDISON LARKIN, IR.-Tea's. Ass't. 3 . . . HAMNER, IIMMIE THOMAS-Rep. Adv. Council 3 and 4, Monitor 2-4, Psych. Club 3, Speech VVorkshop 4, Iunior Kiwaniun 3. HAMRICK, THYRA MAE-Gale Club, Speech Workshop, Monitor 2 and 3, Hi Times, Red Cross Council . . . HANDWERGER, IOE - Welfare Com. I, Intramural Sports 3 and 4 . . . HANKS, Roiaisv CHARLES . . . HANRS, IACQUELYN -Rep. All Girls' Council 3 and 4 . . . HANNAH, ETHELENE-Yo Tappa Kees 4. HANSEN, GUNNAR OSCAR-Psych. Club 2, Red Cross Council 3 . . . HARBAUGH, LUCIA FRANC-Psych. Club 3, All Girls' Council 3, Yo Tappa Kees 3, Monitor 3, Off. Ass't. 4 . . . HARDEN, CHOVINE . . . HARRIS, BETTY VIRGINIA-D. O. Club 3 and 4 . . . HARRIS, FRANCES ANN-Hi Times 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4. Prncit .l7l'!'fl'I1l!'I1 gffly by cnfcfcrzlz co-zLfurkc1'x for N. H. S. hon . niov HARRISON, IEROME . . . HARRISON, MARIORIE KATHLEENgChemistry Club 3, Hi Times 4, Teais. Asst. 2 . . . HARTMAN, JULIA IEAN-Pres. Mid-Year Fresh. Class, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Gate Club 3 and 4, Adv. Council 2, Monitor 2, Welfare Store 3 and 4 . . . HARVEY, MADGE GENEVIEVE-Teas Asst., Welfare Store I, Fresh. Cho. I, Rep. All Girls' Council 4 . . . HARWELL, HOYT GARLAND+IVIobile Hi-Y, "MN Club 4, Teas Asst 2 and 3. HASTINGS, II A R R Y D A N I E I ,... HAVRON, GLORIA--Rep. Adv. Council Z, Moni- tor 3, Fresh. Cho. I . . . HAYES, IIMMY-Mobile Hi-Y I-4 . . . HAYINIE, EI.IZABETI'rI I,BET'l'Yl -f-Fresh. Cho. I, Modern Dancing 2, Teais. Assit. 3. Monitor 3 . . . HAYS, ANN TIFFIN-Rep. All Girls' Council 4, Rep. Adv. Council I, Hi Times 4. Teas Ass't. 4, Cafe. Assit. I. IIAZEL, BILLY . . . HEACRER, EDWIN CRONVELL, IR.-Pres. Fan Randlette Art Hon. Soc., Treas. "33" Club, Art Editor Mohian, Hi Times 3 and 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Keep ,Em Rolling Club I-4 . . . HEATH, BEVERLY IEAN - V. Pres. Yo Tappa Kees 4, Nat, Hon. Soc. 4, Girl Re- serves I and 2, Lib. Asst, Fresh. Cho. I, Tea's. Ass't .... HEIM, ROY E.-Cafe. Ass't. I . .. HELVESTON, ANITA DOLORES - Rep. Adv. Council I and 2, Psych. Club 4, Girl Reserves I, Gate Club 4, Monitor 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. I and 2, Welfare Rep. 2, Red Cross Council 4, Glee Club. HELVESTON, GLORIA DALE-Glee Club 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teas Assir. 3, Fresh. Cho. I . . . HENDERSON, HELEN M A U R E E N . . . HENDERSON, ROBERT IAMES . . . HENDRIX, WILLIAM ERNEST - D. O. Club 4 . . . HENNESY, ANNIE IEAN-Rep. Adv. Council I, 2, .ind 4, Gate Club 3 and 4, Monitor 4, Lib. Assit. 2 and 3, Tea's. Ass't. I-4. HERRING, DONALD THORNTON-fA Band 2-4, Cale. Ass't .... HERRING, ROBERT Pf- Monitor 4 . . . HERZOG, BETTY MAE . . . HESS. BETTY RLITHfPsvch. Club 4, Gate Club 4, OH. Assit. 2-4, Locker Off. 3 . . . HETLAND, GERD BERNICE -- Openuppalocka Club I-4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Fresh. Cho. I. Orch. I. iuoirmiv IIO3 HETRICK, MARIORY-Pres. Nat. Forensic League, Pres. Argument Inc., Pub. and Pro. Mgr. Hi Times, Interclub Council . . . H E U B ACH, SHIRLEY MAXINE-Girl Reserves I, Lib. Ass,t. 3 . . . HIATT, WOODY COLEMAN - Governing Council, Adv. Council I, 'K33I' Club, Mobile Hi-Y, Argument Inc., Speech Workshop, Ushers Club, In- terclub Council, Pres. L'33" Club . . . HICKMAN, BENIAMIN AAORN-D. O. Club 3 and 4 . . . HILBURN, ANN MARIE-Rep. Adv. Council 3, D. O. Club 4, Four Arts Club, Orch. 2-4. HILL, IANE ARMSTRCJNGfTreas. Mid-Year Fresh. Class, Tri I-Ii-Y 3 and 4, Off. Ass't. 3 and 4, VVelliare Store 3 and 4, Teas Assit. 3 and 4 . . . HILL, ROBERT FINLEY-Monitor . . . I-IINE, VELDA MARIE-D. O. Club 3 and 4, Panther Club 3, Teais. Assit. 3 . . . HINKLE, WALLACE WADE-Hi Times 3 and 4, Quill and Scroll 4, MonitorZ . . . HINTON, MARGARET EUGENIE --Rep. All Girls' Council I, Rep. Adv. Council 4, Cilee Club 3 and 4, Fresh. Cho. I, Monitor 3. HODGES, EVELYN IANE - Treas. Fresh. Class, Tri Hi-Y, Welfare Store 4, Mohian Staff 4, Swimming Meet 2, Modern Dancing 2, Monitor 2 and 4, Cafe. Ass't. I and 2 . . . HOLCOMI3, BRADLEY-Fresh. Cho. I, Monitor 2, Tea's. Ass't. 3 . . . HOLLAND, LYMAN FAITH, IR.-Rep. Adv. Council 3 and 4, Ushers Club 3 and 4, Wel- fare Store 3 and 4, Monitor . . . HOLLEY, CHARLES LOUIE-D. O. Club . . . HOLLEY, MARTHA IO-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Ivlonitor I and 3. Speakers chosen Io highlighl .Iliff-y4'i1r Con1n1c'l1c'r1m'11! f,i'1'1'c'nc 'F' 5 EV QM 1 ii, Wm, ? f . U fa H4 if L6 , - ,L My is .-pw., . , ,.,Y, A5 M, l Q 151, M, ,gr .f I ,,V, .QQ f M .J , I 4-,EH w- ,I 4 1, V9 "?" 55? ,-M, 5' - g: 3 5 ' ? A Y .I W - 58,155 3 if fi a we dv . . niov HOOPER, DOROTHY GRACE-Monitor 2 . . . HOPKINS, BETTY IEAN-Argument Inc. 4, Tea's. Ass't.1 . . . HOWELL, ALBERT . . . HOWELL, LEON ELZIE-Monitor 3, Tea's. Ass't. . . . HUBBARD, DOROTHY HARRIETT-Rep. Fresh. Class 1, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Fresh. Cho. l, His- torian of Psych. Club 3 and 4, Monitor 2, Cafe. Ass't. 1-4, Nom. and Elec. Monitor 2-4. HUBBARD, HELEN LORAINE-Monitor 3 . . . HUBBARD, MADGE LaNELLE-"Y" Teens, Lib. Ass't. 2, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . H UBBARD, MARGARET LOUISE - Treas. Spanish Club 4 . . . HUDSON, I. B.-"M" Club 2-4, Football 3 and 4, Baseball 3, Basketball 2, Locker Monitor I . . . HUDSON, KAY IACKSON-Fresh. Cho. I, Moni- tor 2, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Pep Squad 4, Girl Reserves 1. HUGHES, CECIL RAY-D. O. Club 3 and 4 . . . HUGHES, EUGENE N.-V. Pres. Veterans Club 3 and 4 . . . INZER, CHARLES DUARD- B Football 3 and 4, Track 3 and 4, Hi Times Staff 4 . . . IRBY, RICHARD B .... ISHEE, MARTHA SUE-Rep. Adv. Council 2, Span. Club 3 and 4, Openuppalocka Club 2 and 3, Mohian 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1. , IVEY, IOHN H. -- V. Pres. 4, Treas. "33,' Club 3, Hi Times Staff 2 and 3, Sports Ed. 4, Adv. Council Rep. 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4 . . . IVEY, ROBERT THOMAS-Lib., Basketball 3, Monitor l and 2 . . . JACKSON, WINIFRED-Pres. Sports Club 4, Sports Club 3 and 4, A Band 3 and 4, All Sports Class 3 and 4, Swimming Ass't. 4 . . . IAMES WILLIAM PAULETTE-Monitor . . . IANZEN, LARRY LEE-Rep. Adv. Council, Monitor, Tea's. Ass't. e IARRETT, ETHEL IRENE-Off. Ass't. 3 and 4 . . . IEANSONNE, ALICE ADELE-Lib. Ass't. 4, D. O. Club 4, Monitor 3 . . . IESUP, OUIDA MAYE-Rep. Adv. Council 2, Tea's. Ass't. l and 2 . . . IOHNSON, B. WILLARD . . . IOHNSON, HOWARD PAUL. M o H 1 A N I 105 1oHNsoN, INA LQJRAYNE-Psych. Club 3 and 4, Biology Club 2, Monitor 2 and 3, Tea's. AsS't. Z--l . . . IOHNSON, RAMONA IOSEPHINE . . . JOHNSON, L. T .... JOHNSON, INIARGARET ANN-Elective Gym 3, Cafe. Ass't. l, Gym Worker, Teas Ass't. 1-4 . . . IOHNSON, MAURINE MADELAN-Chair. All Girls, Council 4, Sec'y. Class 3, V. Pres. Gate Club 4, Speech Vllorkshop 3 and 4, Interclub Council 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Four Arts Club 4, Adv. Council I-4, Hi Times 4. IOHNSON, ROBERT BRUCE-A Band 3 and 4, Psych. Club 3, Glee Club 4, Monitor 3 . .. IOHNSON, VIRGINIA ROSE-B Band 2 . . . IOHNSTON, IOYCE ELIZABETH - Openuppa- locka l-3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Rep. Adv. Council l and 7, Tea's. Ass't. 2, Monitor 4, Locker Monitor 1, Red Cross Rep. l . . . IOHNSTON, MILDRED LOUISE-Tea's.ASslt. 1-3 . . . IONES,BEATRICE LOUISE. IONES, BETTY LOU-Hall and Locker Moni- tor 2 and 3, D. O. Club 4 . . . IONES, DONALD . . . IONES, DOROTHY PEARS-Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . IONES, GEORGE ANN-Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3 . . . IONES, GLADYS MITZI-Nlonitor 2 and 4, "Y" Teens 3, Pep Squad 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. l and 2. Scoulx raise flag preselzled by All Girly' Council at Senior ceremony ,mf Ioncs, M. Irmus, R. Ioncs, V. Irmlam, li. jordan, IJ O O Iilylltl' KLlllfI1I.lIl KL'L'fl!ll Keith Keller, Ii. KL-llcr, C. Kendrick Kcnm-dy, C. Kcnm-fly, Ii. KL'lll1L'lIj', Killvurn liing Kinney liirklaml Kirkm-5' Knight Iiuqh Krucgur liL1nkc'l Llllilll I,u:Ius l,1ulniur LLIIQCINLII1 Ldlllli Lzllnbcrl I.1lI11lWlL'f' l,n11gluy Llllllhtl' Lnry Lzllluf I.LlLlI'Cl1KHI1L' l.L'.lll1L'l'l1kl ry l.cp1tha'1'wm :ml Luv, It. Lru, U. N .. mio' IONES, MERON-Fresh. Cho. 1, Tea's. Ass't. 2-4 . . . IONES, ROBERT EDWARD . . . IONES VALERA ANN-Ed. Hi Times 4, Rep. Adv. Coun- cil, Tea's. Ass't. 2-4, Locker Office 2 and 3, Hi Times 3 and 4, Fresh. Cho. 1, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Interclub Council 4, All Girls' Council 3 . . . IORDAN, BETTYE-D. O. Club 4, Tea's. Ass't. 3 . . . IORDAN, DELORES -Adv. Council 2, Psych. Club 3, Teais. Ass't. 2. IOYNER, IEANNE DELORES - Sec'y. Yo Tappa Kees 4, All Girls' Council 4, Lib. Ass't. 3, Ofl. Ass't. 4, Monitor 1-3 . . . K AUFMAN, SOLOMON-A Band 4, Argument lnc. 4, Gate Club 3 and 4, Biology Club 3, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3 . . . KEETON, ELSYE VIVIAN - Pres. Psych. Club, Openuppalocka Club 3 and 4, Psych. Club 3 and 4, lnterclub Council 3and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3, Monitor 2 . . . KEITH, WILLIAM HERBERT -Psych. Club 2 and 3, Intramural Basketball 3 . . . KELLER, BETTY DORIS-Lib. Ass't. 2 and 3, Tea's. Ass't. 4. KELLER, CLARENCE-Class Treas. 4, Class Sec'y. 4, Rep. Adv. Council 2 and 3, "33" Club, Moni- tor 1, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3 . . . KENDRICK, IOHN Q .... KENNEDY, CARVER GAGER - Pres. Iunior Class, Rep. Gov. Council 4, Pres. Gate Club, Usher Club 3 and 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Cafe. Monitor 1 . . . KENNEDY, ELLIS ROY-Intra- mural Sports 3, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . KENNEDY, NINA CAROLYN-Yo Tappa Kees 3, Band 1-4, Hi Times 2 and 3, Tea's. Ass't. KILBURN, RUBY-Monitor 3 and 4 . . . KING, DOROTHY-Teais. Asst. 2, Ofl. Ass't. 4 . . . KINNEY, MARTHA ANN-Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . KIRKLAND, RAY-Publication Committee 4 . . . KIRKSEY, MABEL EARLINEAGirl Reserve 1, D. O. Club 4, Monitor 1-3, Tea's. Ass't. 1-2 and 4. KNIGHT, RALPH . . . KOCH, EUGENE EDVVARD . . . KRUEGER, VVALTER IOSEPH -Adv. Council 1-3, Gate Club 4, Monitor 1-3 . . . KUNKEL, HELEN FRANCES . . . LaBAN, NELLIE MAY-Teas Ass't. 3 and 4. LADAS,EL1AS HARILAOS . . . LADNIER, RAYMOND FREDRICK . . . 1..-XKEMAN, IOY CHARLOTTE-Music Club 1 . . . LAMB, HELEN BEATRICE-Rep. Adv. Council 4, D. O. Club 4, IXIOHIAN U07 Alt. All Girls' Council 3, Pep Squad 3, Lib. Asst. 3, Study Hall Ass't. 2, Finance Com. Nom. and Elec. Com. 3 . . . LAMBERT, RUTH-Treas. Girl Reserves 2, Psych. Club 3, Girl Reserves 1, D. O. Club 4, Nom. and Elec. Com. 3, Monitor 2, Teas. Ass't. 1. LAMPLEY, VVILLIAM PRESTON-Intercity Football Coach 4, All Sports 2 and 3, Basketball 2, Intramural Basketball 3 and 4, Intramural Baseball 3 and 4, Welfare Store 2, Tea's. Ass't. 1 and 2, Moni- tor 1, Band 1 and 2 . . . LANGLEY, NORMA RAE-Adv. Council 2 and 3, Mohian 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, All Girls' Council 4. Monitor 3, Tea's. Ass't. 3 . . . LANTHI-QR, PIQTER l.-Gate Club 3 and 4, Pep Squad 4, Monitor 3 and 4 . . . LARY. GWENDOLYN ANN-All Girls' Council 3 and 4, Adv. Council 1, Pres. Red Cross Club 1, Psych. Club 3 and 4, Girl Reserves 1, Dramatic Club 1, Monitor l . . . LATTOF. RAMSEY GEORGE-Psych. Club 4. LAURENDINE, W A L T E R COLUMBUS- Glee Club 2-4, Argument Inc. 4, Four Arts 4, Speech Workshop 4, Male Quartet, Octet 3 and 4 . . . LEATHERBURY, MARY WADLEY-Four Arts Club 2-4, Emergency Room Asslt. 3 and 4, Monitor 3 . . . LEATHERWOOD ROBERTA MARSHALL -Glee Club 1-4, Argument Inc. 33 Four Arts Club 1-4, Psych. Club 4, Girls' Octet 2-3 . . . LEE, EDDIE MURIEL--Treas. Openuppalocka Club, Red Cross 4, Psych. Club 4, Locker Off .... LEE, GEORGE ROBERT-Rep. Adv. Council 2, D.O. Club 3 and 4. "Ulf!-f11.fh1'o111'1! G111'1lz'11," .lI111'1l1' U1'11,f 1111111 .-'p1111,f111'1'1l fly 1'11111l1c1 Il Loc Lcffurd Lcnms Lett Little, 1. O O I.mIL-, 'l'. Loeb Long, B. Long, C. Lung, Ii. Long, VV. B. Loprr Lost Luvc Lundy Lyhrglml Lylcs McCain MCQILIFFKJH McCarty Mdihimun McCluur McCluskL-y McCunnclI McCord McCrury McCmry, B. Mclfmry, If. Mcifuiston Mcliunnld Mclilhuncy MQFQ-rrin McHuncy Mclnnis Mclntmh McKay Mclicc MCLCIHIUII 1V1C1,L'lJlI, ll. McLeod, O , . eniov LEE, IRVIN IOSEPH-Band 1 . . . LEFFARD, WARREN LEE . . . LEMOS, ALMA MARIE- D. O. Club . . . LETT, MARTHA ANN-Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3. Orch. 1-3, Panther Club 3 and 4, "Yu Teens 2 . . . LITTLE, IOSEPH EUGENE-Mom 1tor. LITTLE, THOMAS HENRY . . . LOEB, IEAN ELIZABETH-Yo Tappa Kees 4, A Band 3 and 4, Psych. Club 4, Orch. 3 and 4, B Band 2, Lib. Ass't. 2-4, T'ea's. Asslt. 1-2 . . . LONG, BETTY IEAN-Fresh. Cho. 1, D. O. Club 4, Monitor 3 . . . LONG, CELESTE ANNE-Psych. Club 3 and 4, Cafe. Ass't. 3 and 4, Fresh. Cho., Swimming Tournament 2 and 3, Tea's. Ass't. 2-4 . . . LONG, EDNA MAE-Rep. Adv. Council 3. LONG, W. B., IR.-Chair. Social Problems Class 3, Cafe. Ass't. 1, Emergency Ass't. I, Office Ass't. 1 . . . LOPER, EARLINE-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Monitor 3 and 4, Cafe. 1, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3 . . . LOSE, MARY FRANCES . . . LOVE, DORISf D. O. Club 4 . . . LUNDY, BETTY IEAN. LYBRAND, BEVERLY CAROLYN - Psych. Club 4, All Girls' Council 4, Locker Off. 4, Adv. Council 1 and 2, Teals. Ass't. 2-4, Monitor 1, Cheer Leader 4 . . . LYLES, MARY LOU-Bus. Mgr. Hi Times 4, Psych. Club 4, Teals. Asslt. 1-3, Moni- tor 3, Rep. Adv. Council 3 . . . MCCAIN, MARY MAXINE-GleeClub . . . MCCARRON, HELEN ANN-Rep. Adv. Council 4 . . . MCCARTY, EUNICE HENRIETTA-Monitor 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2. MeCLINTON, ARTHUR IACKSON - Vet- erans Club, "M" Club, Baseball . . . McCLUER, EMOGENE-Lib. Ass't. 3 and 4, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Fresh. Cho. 1 . . . MCCLUSKEY, RICHARD- Rep. Adv. Council 1-3, Welfare Committee 1 and 2, Monitor 3, Four Arts Club 3 and 4, Cheer Leader, Tea's. Ass't. 1 . . . McCONNELL, CHARLESINE . . . MCCORD, BILLY IEAN-Class V. Pres. 2, All Girls' Council 3 and 4, Rep. Adv. Council 1 and 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Fresh. Cho. 1, Glee Club 2, Office Ass't. 3, Tea's. Ass,t. 3, Monitor 4. IWOHIAN U09 McCRARY, MARY FRANCES-Psych. Club, Fan Randlette Art Hon. Soc. 4, Monitor 1, Cafe. Assit. 1, Teals. Asslt. 2 . . . MCCRORY, BARBARA IUNE-Yo Tappa Kees . . . MCCRORY, EDWARD RUDOLPHfMonitor4 . . . McCUISTON, ANNE LOUISE-Emer. Room 2, Off. Ass't. 3, Monitor 4, All Girls, Council 3 . . . MCDONALD, THELMA. MCELHANEY, I O H N O W E N S . . . MCFERRIN, RUBY IEAN-Literary Club Pres. 1, D.O. Club . . . MCHANEY, IOHN . . . McINNIS, LEATRICE IOYE-Literary Club 1, Yo Tappa Kees 4, "Y" Teens 4, Cafe. Monitor 3, Off. Ass't. 3, All Girls' Council 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1, Monitor 4 . . . . MCINTOSH, DOROTHY EARLE-Speech Workshop 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2, Cafe. Monitor 3, Off. Ass't. 3, Faculty Book Club Mon. 3, Fresh. Cho. 1. McKAY, IUNE-Rep. Adv. Council 3 and 4, Hi Times Bus. Staff 4, Fresh. Cho. 1, Tca's. Ass't. 1-4, Lib. 3 and 4, Off. Ass't. 2-4 . . . McKEE, FI, ORA - Psych. Club 4, Monitor 1-4 . . . McLENDON RALPH MILTON-A Band 3 and 4, Monitor 1 . . . MCLEOD, ELIZABETH-Treas. Panther Club 3, Panther Club 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 4 . . . McLEOD, OPAL INEZ-Cafe. Moni- tor 2 and 3, Fresh. Cho. 1 and 2, Teals. Ass't. 2 and 3. Vtm Hook in fzrtion zluring lmzrlr wilh Pfm'f1r'0l1l Tigcrr. .v- ' . lif' l Mclxml, R. McMakcn McMilli11n McNuill McWl1m'u- Q O Mzllwrcy Mnmn Mnllix Mi1l5lLlS Mal rl rr Martin, l. Marlin. M. Mnrtim- M1lIllL'I's Mntlun Mzmllcwx Maury Mny. R. li. May. R. h'l1lXllCI' Ml'lll'S Mcgginsun. A. Mcg'g'insnn. R. My-itzlur, li, Mcitzlvr, l Multum Mvrriwcthur ML'B'L'1' Miclcllclun Millvr, IJ. Miller, 1-I Millrr, l.. Millicnn ills, H. Nr Mllls, l,, Mills, R. Minygml MllCl1L'I1L'l' Mulpus M rmrum ly, IJ .. Cv McLEOD, RICHARD OCILESI3YAScrgcant-at- Arms Mobile Hi-Y 3, Chair. Psych. Class 4, Psych. Club 4, Four Arts Club 3 and 4, Mobile Hi-Y I-4, Sci. Club 3, Monitor 3, NVcll'arc Store 2 and 3 . . . McMAliIlN, I3ARl3ARA ANN---Faculty l3ool4 Club Monitor 3, 'It-a's. Assit. 3 and 4, IXIodcrn Danct- 2, Psych. Club 4, Rcp. Adv. Council 3, All Girls' Coun- cil 4 . . . McMILI.IAN,EULALEE . . . McNEILI.. IlARI3ARA IEAN-Monitor I, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Clinical Ass't. I and 2. Flea s. Asst. 3 and 4 . . . MCVVHORTER, ALEX LLOYD--MM" Club 3 and 4. Monitor 3 and 4, I3ascball 2-4. NIAI3R.EY, YALRIE LOLIISIG-Yo 'liappa Iiees .3 and 4. Four Arts Club I-4, Fresh. Cho. I, Lib. Assit. 2 and 3 . . . NIACON, PATRICIA-Rep. Adv. Council 4, Tri Hi-Y Pres. 4, Intcrclub Council Sccly. 4. Psvch. Club 4. lN"Ionitor 4, OIL Ass't. 4 . . . MALLIS, MARIA - Yo Tappa Iices 4, All Girls, Council 3. Rep. Adv. Council 2, School I3ooIi- lceeper 4 . . . MAPLES. HELEN INEZ . . . IVIARLER, VVILLIAM ROSS-A Orch. I-4. Nloni- tor I and 2. INIARTIN, Ili.-XNNE MARIEAYo 'Fappa Kces 4, All Girls' Council 4, Monitor 4, 'l'ca's. Ass't. 2 . . . INIARTIN. INIARY CATHRINE-Yo Tapprt Kees 4, Monitor . . . IWARTINE, GL ADYS NICIQY--Arguincnt Inc. 3, "YN 'liccns 3. Four Arts Club . . . MATHFRS, CLARA . . . MATIQIN, SALLY ANN-Psych. Club 4. MATTHEVVS, ROBERT AI.DENfIntrainural Raslietball 2 and 3, Intramural Raseball 2 and 3, Monitor 2 and 3 . . . MAURY. MARY ALICE- Hi Times Circulation Mgr. 3 and 4, Span. Club 3 and 4. Panther Club 3, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4 . . . MAY, RAYMOND I3EATTY-I3and 3 and 4. Rt-tl Cross Rep .... MAY, ROSEMARY-Treas. 4. Four Arts Club I-4, I-'rt-sh. Cho., Psvch. Club 3 and 4, Rep. Adv. Council I . . . NIAYHER, PATRICIA ANINI- Span. Club 3 and 4, Nat. Ilon. Soc. 3 and 4, Frcsli. Cho., Hi Times. IYIEARS, YliI.I'iCIA IiLAINIi--D. O. Club 4 . . . INIEGGIINSON, ANNIE FRANCESfFrcsh. Cho., Glee Club 2-4, Teais. Asst. 3 . . . MEGGIN- SON, RAINJN . . NIEITZLER, EVA GERAL- xioiimxi flll DINE- 4Rep. Adv. Council, Monitor, Yo Tappa Kees . . . MHITZLIQR, IACOUELINE ANN-Rep. Adv. Council 3, Lib. Asst. I, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Teas Assit. 3, IDTZIINZII-CS I. MELTON, RODNEY-A I3antl 3 and 4, Cafe. Monitor 4, Cafe. Asst. I and 2 . . . MERRIWETHER, IOAN LOUISE-All Girls, Council 3 and 4, Four Arts Club I-4, Quill and Scroll 4, Fresh. Cho. I, 'l'ea's. Ass't. I and 2, Off. Ass't. 2-4, Monitor I, Hi Times Editorial Staff 4, Iournalisrn Club Reporter 3 . . . MEYER, CLARENCE WILLIAM - Ushers Club 2-4, Adv. Council Rep. I-4, Monitor 2 . . . IVIIDDLETON, MID . . . IVIILLER, DORIS ELAINE-All Girls, Council, Panther Club, Red Cross Council, Fresh. Cho. IVIILLER, FRANCES . . . MILLER,LOTTIE MAE . . . MILLICAN, VVILLIAM RILEY--A Rand I and 2, Red Cross Rep. 4 . . . MILLS, BETTY IOYCE-Teas Ass't. I-4, Four Arts Club Q3 and 4, I3and I-4 . . . MILLS, LILLIAN THERESA -Yo Tappa Kees 4, Psych. Club 4, Tc-a's. Ass't. 3 and 4. MILLS, RAYMOND M .... MINYARD. I3ARI3ARA CORNELIA-Rep. Adv. Council 2-4, Volleyball 2 Teas Ass't. 2-4, Chair. Class 4 . . . MITCHENER, DONALD ECKFORD - A Band I-4, Teas Ass't. 3 . . . MOLPUS, IO ANN RICHARD-All Girls' Council 3 and 4, Psych. Club 4, Fresh. Cho. I, Psych. Class Lib. 4 . . . MOODY, ooizornv WAN-n. o. club 4. u""Al A lligrllifllnf 771l'H1!V!'l'.C .-'ftigr' I'PI1f71'!'f.fl-IT l'l'l'l'Nl!llI3' for N. H. S. il In I n Moorly, M. Moore, D. Moore, I. Moorer Moran O 6 Morris, B. Morris, F. Morris, V. Morce Moseley Mostellar Murphey Murphy Murray Mvcrs Nall Nuus Neel Neigel l 4 Nel son, D Nelson, G. Nelson, H. Nelson, L. Nelson, M. Nr-:iles Newberry Newell Nichols, G. Nichols, N. Nolan Norris Nortlieutt Oclcen Odom, I. W Oclom, I. Oliver Orrcn Owen, A. Owen, L. Owens . enioe MOODY, MAXIE IO-Adv. 2, D. O. Club 4 . . . MOORE, DOROTHY PEARL-Sec'y. D. O. Club 4, Sec'y. Visual Ed. Club 2, Fresh. Cho. 1, Rep. Adv. Council 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3 . . . MOORE, IIMMIE-Rep. Gov. Council 3, "M" Club 3 and 4, Baseball 3 . . . MOORER, IERRALL MAE-Girl Reserves 2, A Band 2-4, Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . MORAN, MARTHA-Psych. Club 4, Glee Club 4. MORRIS, BEVERLY ANN - Mohian Bus. Mgr. 4, Sec'y. Tri Hi-Y, Corresponding Sec'y. Psych. Club 4, Rep. Adv. Council 3, All Girls' Council 3 and 4, Off. Ass't. 3 and 4, Teals. Ass't .... MORRIS, FRANK RICHARD . . . MORRIS, VIRGINIA- All Girls' Council 4, Fresh. Cho. 1 and 2, Y-Teens V. Pres., Openuppalocka Club, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Moni- tor 4 . . . MORSE, IUNE LESLIE-Girl Reserves l, Tea's. Ass't. 2-4, Monitor 1 . . . MOSELEY, ROB- ERT MELVIN-Monitor 3, Gate Club 3 and 4. MOSTELLAR, HENRY CURTIS, IR.-Pres. Nat. Hon. Soc., Treas. Interclub Council, Mobile Hi-Y 3 and 4, "33" Club 4, Ushers Club 4, Band 2-4, Purring Panthers 3 . . . MURPHEY, ELIZABETH LOUISE - D. O. Club 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1 . . . MURPHY, WILLIAM LESTER-Psych. Club 4 . . . MURRAY, IAMES MANSON-Treas. Mid- Year Class l, V. Pres. Mid-Year Class 3, Sec. Rep. 4, V. Pres. Murphy Hi-Y 3, Ushers Club 3 and 4, Welfare Store 2-4, Nat. Hon. Soc .... MYERS, MARY ALICE-Pep Squad 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1. NALL, ELLEN GLENCILLE-Teais. Assit. 1-4, Psych. Club 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Fresh. Cho .... NAAS, DOROTHY ISABELL-Teais. Ass't. I and 3, D. O. Club 4, Fresh. Cho., Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Mollitor . . . NEEL, FRANCIS U .... NEIGEL, ANGELA SUE-Fresh. Cho., Teas Ass't. 2 . .. NELSON, DOROTHY VIRGINIA5-Fresh. Cho., Glee Club 2, Teais. Ass't., Lib. Assit. NELSON, GEORGE EDWARD-Cafe. Club 1-4, Teais. Ass't .... NELSON, H E R B E R T HOFFMAN, IR.-Pres. Nat. Hon. Soc. 4, Band 3 and 4, Speech Workshop 4, Orch. 4, Monitor 4 . . . NELSON, LARRY R.-Rep. Adv. Council 1 and 3, Seciy. Mid-Year Class 3, Monitor 3 and 4 . . . NELSON, MORRIS L. - Veterans Club . . . NETTLES, ALICE MARIE-Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Welfare Store 4, Mohian Staff 4, Cafe. Ass't. 1, Off. Ass't., Modern Dance 2, Tea's. Assll. 3 and 4, All Girls' Council 3. MOHIAN U13 NEWBERRY, LUTHER ROY-Lib. 4, Cafe. 1 . . . NEVVELL, CLAUDE WILLIAM-Rep. Adv. Council 4, "MU Club 3 and 4, Football 3 and 4, Moni- tO1'4 . . . NICHOLS, GEORGE W., IR.-Four Arts Club 4, Band 2 . . . NICHOLS, NANCY-Fan Randlette Art Hon. Soc. 2-4, Tea's. Assit. I-4 . . . NOLAN, BEN DAVIS, IR.-Rep. Adv. Council 3, Vis. Ed. 2 and 3, Football 2 and 3, Track 4, Base- ball 4, Monitor 4, Teais. Ass't. NORRIS, BETTIE-Psych. Club 4, Tea's. Ass,t. 2 and 3, Rep. Adv. Council 3, Hi Times 3 and 4, Cafe. 2 and 3 . . . NORTHCUTPIRBENIAIVIIN WYLIE-Rep. Adv. Council 3, Speech VVorkshop 4, Vis. Ed. Club 3 and 4, Band 3 and 4, Four Arts Club 4, Monitor 2 and 4 . . . ODEEN, IOAN EDLA-Pres. Yo Tappa Kees 4, Off. Ass't. 3 and 4, . . . ODOM, IANE WILLCOX-Red Cross Coun- cil 4, Pep Squad 4, Fresh. Cho. 1, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Monitor I-4 . . . ODOM, IUANITA. OLIVER, HAROLD HUNTER-"33', Club 3 and 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Hi Times 3, Band l-4, Orch. 1-4, Glee Club 3, Argument Inc .... ORREN, PATRICIA LYNN-All Girls' Council, Pres. Span. Club 4, Tea's. Ass't., Psych. Club 3 and 4, Tri Hi-Y 4, Four Arcs Club 4 . . . OWEN, ALBERT LEWIS-D. O. Club 3 and 4, Monitor 1, Rep. Adv. Council 3 . . . OWEN, LEONARD WATSON-D.O.Club4 . . . OWENS,ALMEDA GRACE-Pep Squad 4, Fresh. Cho., Tea's. Ass't. 3 and 4. B071 Voyage Io Hi Tlnmf j0111'11nli.fIr off to C. S. P. A. in New Y fk ,, M ., ,wel Xz,fm.f,,ef? " X145-5?25i5': L Q . W.. W "il1:fEw9E'1, 41 ,Q 6 kg- ? 4' I D 6 PALMER, LUCY-Rep. Adv. Council 3, All Girls' Council 3, Yo Tappa Kees 3, Monitor 2 and 3 . . . PALMER, PATRICIA IANE-Sec'y. Senior Class, Treas. All Girls' Council 4, Argument Inc. 4, Ass't. Cir. Mgr. Hi Times 4, Monitor l, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Off. Ass't. 4 . . . PARISH, MIRIAM ESTHER -Sec'y. Adv. Council 4, Span. Club 3 and 4, Teziis. Ass't. 2-4, Monitor 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4 . . . PARKER, DONALD MAURICE . . . PARKER, IAMES CARLTON. PARKER, IERRY DARRINCToN-Rep. Adv. Council 2, Cafe. Ass't .... PARNELL, DONALD LESLIE . . . PARTRIDCE, BEVERLY ELAINE -Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . PATE, RICHARD H., IR.-Monitor 4 . . . PATRICK, ANNIE-D. o. Club 4, Teals. Assit. 3, Band l-3. PATTERSON, HENRY AUBURN-Monitor l, Tea's. Assit. 2 . . . PATTERSON, MYRTIE FRANCES ...I PEARCE, BILLIE IO4Rep. All Girls' Council 4, Monitor 2, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Off. Assit. 4 . . . PECK, ANN NANCY-Tea's. Ass't. 3 and 4, Off. Assit. 3 . . . PEEVEY, SARAH IUANITAQ -D. O. Club 4, Monitor 3, Tea's. Ass't. 3. PERKINS, SUE IANE-Rep. Adv. Council 3 and 4, Teals. Assit. 2 . . . PERRY, WALDEAN LOUISE-Fresh. Cho., Teals. Ass't.i2 and 4 . . . PHILLIPS, IACK-Rep. Adv. Council l, Ushers Club 2-4, Murphy Hi-Y 2-4, 'K33" Club 3 and 4, Mohian Staff 4, Monitor l and 3 . . . PHILLIPS, IOHN WALTER-Ushers Club 3 and 4, 'g33" Club 3 and 4, Mobile Hi-Y 3 and 4, Monitor l-4, Off. Ass't. 1, Tea's. Ass't. l . . . PICKETT, TOLLY-Four Arts Club 1, Speech Workshop 3, Cafe. Ass't. PIERCE, RUDOLPH N.-Rep. Adv. Council 2, Lib. Ass't. 3, Monitor l-4 . . . POCASE, CHARLES INGE . . . POLLARD, BETTE CLAIRE-Sec'y. All Girls' Council 4, Rep. Adv. Council 2, Monitor 4, Swimming Contest 2 and 3, Tea's. Assit. l-3, Off. Moi-IIAN U15 I V1 I O 1' Ass't. 4 . . . PoPE, BOBBY JAMES-Rep. Adv. Council, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3, Monitor 2 . . . PORTER, DURWOOD CLYDE -Monitor 2-4. PORTER, EDWARD . . . PORTER, ROBERT . . . POWELL, BERT . . . POWERS,TARLTON DUDLEY - Monitor l, Football 3 and 4 . . . PRADOS, HELEN CHRISTINE-Teais. Ass't. 2. PRESLEY, IUANITA MARIE - Yo Tappa Kees 4, Panther Club 3, Monitor 3 . . . PRIDE, BETTY IUNE-Sports Club 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Tea's. Ass't. 4 . . . PRINGLE, HOMER GEORGE, IR.-Rep. Adv. Council 3, Football 3, Red Cross Council . . . PRUET, MARY ANNE-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Monitor 4 . . . PRUETT, FLORENCE VIOLA-More For Your Money Club, Teals. Ass't. 4. PUCKETT, GEORGE WESLEY-Lib. Asslt. . . . PULLEN, WILLIAM CLYDE, IR.-Veterans Club . . . PURVIS, HARVEY-D. O. Club 4, Four Arts Club 1, Band 2-4, Monitor l, Rep. Adv. Council 3 . . . QUINN, MAUDE MERCEDES -A Glee Club l-3, Gate Club 3, Rep. All Girls' Council 3 . . . RABY, BETTY IOANNE. Trnth Annual Azalea Banque! honoring D. O. Club "borse:. K 93 5 J Q29 f Q xg is Q? 'A ga' .. nf 1' RADCLIFF, BETTY JEAN - Hi Times 4, Psych. Club 4, Teals. Asslt. 3 . . . RADCLIFF, FRANCES AMARYLLIS . . . RAINES, MARY LOIS-Band I-4, Tea's. Ass't. I . . . RAMEY, IUANITA-Cafe. Asslt. 3, D. O. Club 4, Teals. Ass't. 1 and 2 . . . RATCLIFFE, CHARLES FRANCIS, IR.-Pres. Speech Workshop 4, "33" Club 4, Ushers Club 4, Interclub Council 4, Moni- tor 4, Teays. Asslt. 2, Band 2-4, Orch. 3 and 4. RAY, BETTY IANE-Four Arts Club 4, Argu- ment Inc. 4, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Off. Ass't. 3, Monitor 4 . . . RAY, PEGGY ANNE-D. O. Club 4, Moni- tor I-4, Off. Asslt. 2 and 3 . . . REASONOVER, ALBERT BURSON-Monitor 2 . . . REDDITT, FRANK L.-Psych. Club 4, Monitor 1, Band 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . REDELL, IOI-IN DAVID-Fresh. Cho. 1, Psych. Club 4. REECE, PEGGY ISADORA-Rep. Adv. Coun- cil 4, Fresh. Cho. l, Glee Club 2, Governing Council 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Tea's. Ass't. 4, Monitor 3 . . . REED, IOAN-V. Pres. Senior Class, Hi Times 4, Psych. Club 4, School Bookkeeper . . . REED, RAYBURN PHILLIP-Rep. Adv. Council 1, Moni- tor 4 . . . REESE, JANE MERIDITI-I-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Tea's. Ass't. 3 and 4, Monitor I and 2 . . . RISEN, HELEN ETHEL. RIVETTE, CLARENCE LAWRENCE- French Club 4, Lib. Ass't. 1-4 . . . ROBERTS, EDMUND . . . ROBERTS, GORDON-Nlonitor . . . ROBERTS, HENRY THEODORE-Band 1 and 2 . . . ROBERTS, IOAN-Rep. All Girls' Council 3, Rep. Adv. Council l, D. O. Club 4, Tea's. Ass't. 3. ROBERTS, NORMAN F., IR.-V. Pres. Iunior Class, Pres. Senior Class, Ushers Club 3 and 4 . . . ROBERTS, WILLIAM SHERRILL-Monitor 3-4, Fresh. Cho. l, Glee Club 2-4, Track . . . ROB- ERTSON, IAMES FRANK, IR.-Sec'y. Veterans Club . . . ROBINETT, EMERY BURK-Rep. Adv. Council 2, D. O. Club 3 and 4 . . . ROBINSON, INIOHIAN U17 BLANCHE DOLORES-Rep. Adv. Council 4, Teals. Ass't. I, Sports Club 4, Museum Club I-4, Monitor 3. ROBINSON, OBHIE SHERWOOD, IR.-Cafe. Ass't. 3, Monitor I-4, Tea's. Ass't. I and 2 . . . ROCKWELL, MARY . . . ROGERS, MINNIE LOU . . . ROGERS, THOMAS ROY . . . ROSENBLUM, SYLVIA HELEN-Girl Reserves 2. V ROTCH, NANCY IDALENE-Span. Club 4, Monitor I and 3 . . . ROUSSELLE, IEAN MARIE -Four Arts Club, Teas Ass't. I-3, Monitor . . . iiovvELL, LEE ALICE . . . RUMAGE, Jo ANN -Tea's. Ass't., Monitor 3 . . . SALTER, OTHA CARLYSLE-Monitor I and 2, Lib. Ass't. 3 and 4. SALTER, PAUL THOMAS, IR.-Monitor 2 . . . SALTER, THELMA MARZELLE-Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . SAMPLES, RAMONA-Rep. Adv. Council 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1-3, Off. Ass't. 3 and 4, Moni- tor 3, T. A. B. Club 3 and 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4 . . . SANDS, MILTON HOWARD, IR.-Pres. Mobile Hi-Y 4, Ushers Club 4, Interclub Council 4, UM" Club 3 and 4, Monitor 1-3, Welfare Rep. 1 and 2, Rep. Adv. Council 1-3 . . . SANSOM, BETTY WINONA-Red Cross Council 4, Glee Club I-4, Monitor 4. Thonghfful Senior: Pfvllllfllg' Iivc oak to mmnzcmomtc chair of 48 3 aww ,ffig 5'-'JN' " 15, 'SW5 4 D 6 SANTA CRUZ, JACKIE . . . SAUNDERS, ELIZABETH ANNETTEfGov. Council 2, Fresh. Cho. l, Four Arts Club Z-4, Hi Times 4, Locker Off. 1, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4 . . . SAVAGE, MARIAN MARGARET-Yo Tappa Kees 3 and 4, Lib. Ass't. 3, Monitor 2 . . . SAVELL, FRED SAMUEL . . . SAWYER, IACK VV. SAWYER, IO ANN EUGENIA - Panther Club 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Girl Reserves 1, School Bookkeeper 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1-4, Alt. Adv. Council l . . . SCARBROUGH, DONNliI.I..fA Band 3, Sports Club 3, Monitor I and 4 . . . SCHEUER- MANN, IYIARY GRACE+Clz1ss Rep. 4, Yo Tappa Kees 3, Cafe. 1-4, Tezfs. Ass't. 3 and 4, Monitor 2-4 . . . SCOTT, VIVIAN CLAUDEl.l.fD. O. Club 4, Ir. Red Cross Rep .... SEARS, BETTY. SEDLIN, ELIAS DAVID-Red Cross Council 4, Alt. Adv. Council l, Hon. Com. 3, Argument Inc. 3 and 4, Gate Club 3 and 4, Teas. Asst., Off. Ass't., Study Hall Assit., Nat. Forensic League 4, Monitor 1 and 2 . . . SEIBERT, DORIS jEANETTE- Yo Tappa Kees 4, Off. Assit. 4, Lib. 1 and 3, Tea's. Ass't. 4 . . . SELLS, RAYMOND . . . SERDA, JAMES K. - Veterans Club . . . SHARPLESS, JAMES LYNN-Ushers Club, Adv. Council 2 and 3, Red Cross 4, Mobile Hi-Y, B Basketball, Basketball 3 and 4, Track 4, Tea's. Ass't., Cafe. Monitor, Yard Monitor 4, Dressing Room Monitor. SHAW, BONNIE IEANfAIl Girls' Council 4, Adv. Council 2 and 3, Fresh. Cho. I, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Sec. Rep. 2 and 3, Cheerleader 3, Alt. All Girls' Council 3, Teais. Ass't. 2-4, Monitor 1-3, Nom. and Elect. Com. 4, Cafe. Monitor 3 . . . SHEEHY, BETTY IEAN-Glee Club, Fresh. Cho., Yo Tappa Kees, G. Octet . . . SHELLEY, ANNE - Gate Club 3 and 4, Monitor 4, Lost and Found 3 . . . SHEPPARD, IEFFERSON THOMAS - Monitor . . . SHERLOCK, IOHNvAdv. Council 4, Span. Club 3. . SHIFF, MILO BARRETT-"33" Club 3 and 4, Four Arts Club 2-4, Stage Crew l-4, Nat. Thespian 3 and 4 . . . SHIPP, WILLIAM . . . SIMMONS, EMORY FELIX . . . SIMMONS. MARVELLE -Adv. Council 1, Girl Reserves 1, Red Cross Rep. XIOHIAN Iill9 hier I, Dramatic Club 1, Monitor 1 . . . SIMMONS, VIVIAN-Pep Squad 3 and 4 ,Tea's. Ass't. 3, Moni- tor 3 and 4. SIMMS, FREDERICK HOWARD . . . SIMON, MARTHA ANNA--Adv. Alt. 3, Welfare Com. 1, Teals. Ass't. 3, Sci. Club 1, Yo Tappa Kees, Nom. and Elec. Com. 4. . . SIMPSON, BILLIE DEAN -Monitor, Teals. Ass't., Rep. Class 1 . . . SIMS, ALICE . . . SIMS, DOUGLAS F. SINGLEY, ANN-Adv. Council 2-4, Welfare Coin. 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Pep Squad 3, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3, Hi Times 3 and 4, Monitor 3 . . . SKINNER, IIETTY IEAN-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Tea's. Ass't. 4, Lib. 4, Nom. and Elec. Com. 3 . . . SLOAN, MARION LOUISE-Officer T. A. B. 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1-3, Monitor 2 . . . SMILIE, VIVIAN ANITA-All Girls' Council 3, Adv. 1-4, Tea's. Asst. 2 and 3, Lib. Ass't. 1 . . . SMITH, ANN. SMITH, DORIS IEANNINE-D. O. Club 4 . . . SMITH, DOROTHY ELIZABETH-Sec'y. Mid-Year Soph. Class, Adv. Council 3, All Girls' Council 3, Four Arts Club 1-4, Gate Club 3 and 4, Iunior Red Cross Council 4, Nom. and Elec. Com. 3 . . . SMITH, HILMA LOUISE-D. O. Club 4, All Girls, Council 3, Monitor 2, Teals. Ass't. 1 . . . SMITH, LEON - Monitor 4 . . . SMITH, MCDUFFIE. Grrlzlzmffozi upprozlcher VZVIIIIYY uf Srfiimzr orzfez' izlznozfzzcrnzezll auu- ng. fnako' .. .., Rgkgiggzfll.. f -. M ff ? . . niov SMITH, NORMA ELIZABETH-Tea's. Ass't. 1, Monitor 2 . . . SMITH, WILLIAM HOWARD -Hi Times Cnrtoonist . . . SNARR, ROLAND MASTERS . . . SNYDER,IOYCE IACQUELINE -Adv. Council 1, Red Cross Council 3 and 4, Dra- matics Club 1, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Glee Club 1 . . . SOCLOF, RHODA. SPENCE, ROXIE VIRGINIA-D. O. Club 3, Fresh. Cho. 1 . . . SPENCER, ROBERT LOUIS -A Band 3 and 4, Off. Worl-:er 3 . . . SPIKES, HAROLD IAMES-Adv. Council 1, Sergeant-an Arms HM" Club, "33" Club, "M" Club, Football 4, Baseball 3 and 4, Cafe. Monitor, Ir. Red Cross Coun- cil . . . SPILLMAN, EMIL VINCENT - "MU Club, "33" Club, Football 4, Bnskctball 3 and 4, Base- ball 1-4, Cafe. Monitor 4 . . . STALL, SARA CHRISTINE-All Girls' Council 4, Lost and Found Monitor 4, Tea's. Ass't. 3. STANFILL, PAULINE . . . S TA PLES, IENNY-Four Arts Club 2-4, Argument Inc. 3 and 4, Gate Club 3 and 4, Sci. Club 2, Monitor 1, 2 and 4, Tea's. Ass't .... STEADHAM, HOMER G. . . . STEINER, CARROLL . . . STEINER, LOIS RAMONA-Psych. Club. STEWART, BARBARA LOUISE-D. O. Club 3 and 4 . . . STEWART, BETTY IEAN . . . STEWART, DELORES MARIE-D, O. Club 3 and 4 . . . STEWART, KATHRYN LOUISE-Psych. Club 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 4, Monitor, Lost and Found2 . . . STORIE,IAMES WILLIAM-D. O. Club 3 and 4. STRICKLAND, IAMES LEE . . . STRICK- LAND, MADIA . . . STRINGFELLOW, IANICE WYNELLE-Psych. Club 3 and 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Hi Times 4 . . . STRONG, VIRGINIA LOUISE-Y-Teens 1-3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, B Band 1, A Band 2-4, Monitor 4 . . . SULLIVAN, MUR- RAY LAMAR-Span. Club 1, Monitor. SUMMERS, BETTIE RUTH-Fresh. Cho. 1, Psych. Club 4. Elec. Sports 3, Tea's. Ass't. 3, Moni- tor 2 . . . SUMNER, IANICE RAE-Gate Club 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2-4, Nom. and Elec. Monitor 4 . . . Moi-IIAN T121 SUMRALL, HOWARD DAVID, IR.-A Band 3 and 4, Ushers Club 4, Track 2, Yard Monitor 3, Flag Monitor 3 and 4 . . . SWEATT, KIRBY LEON- ARD-D. O. Club 3 and 4 . . . TABBERT, THOMAS RICHARD-D. O. Club 3 and 4. TACKETTE, DOROTHY ANN-Adv. Coun- cil 3, Psych. Club 2, All Girls' Council 2, Tea's. Ass't. 2, Monitor 2 . . . TACON, DESIREE CECILE -Monitor 2, Tea's. Ass't. 3 and 4 . . . TANNER, B. C .... TAYLOR, DOROTHY IEAN-Adv. Council 2, V. Pres. 1, Psych. Club 4, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Nom. and Elec Com. 3 and 4, Hall Monitor 2 . . . TAYLOR, I. L.-Cafe. Asslt. 1-4, Teals. Ass't. 1. TAYLOR, IEAN ESTELLE-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Gate Club 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1 and 2, Hi Times 3 and 4 . . . TAYLOR, ROBERT LANNIE - B Band 1 and 2, A Band 3 and 4, Monitor 1 and 2 . . . TEACLE, HOPE ELAINE-Fresh. Cho. 1, Teia's. Asslt. 2 and 3, Very High Honor Roll, Glee Club 2-4 . . . TERRELL, CHARLES PATRICK -V. Chair. of Adv. Council 4, Welfare Store 3 and 4, Usher Club 3 and 4, Mohian Staff 4, Four Arts Club 3 and 4, Monitor 3 and 4, Teals. Ass't. 3 . . . TERRELL, THOMAS GROOM-Alt. Adv. Council 1, "M" Club 3 and 4, Football 2 and 3, Base- ball Mgr. 1, Welfare Store 3 and 4, Monitor 2-4, Tea's. Ass't. 4. Smoolfz nizrxir, fluffy f0l'N1llI5, mlorfzzl ,vcr-rzfwv-Ihr lllIIT0l".Sl'l1 Us md 3 4 Q P 6 THOMAS, BETTY IANE-Monitor I . . . THOMAS, INEZ IMOGENE-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2, School Bookkeeper 4, Monitor I . . . THOMLEY, DAVID WILLIAM-B Band I and 2, A Band 3 and 4, Monitor 2 . . . THOMPSON, BILLY RUTH-All Girls' Council 4, Glee Club 2-4, Fresh. Cho. I, Four Arts Club 1-4, Teafs Ass't. 2-4, Monitor 4 . . . THOMPSON, DAN RUDOLPH. THOMPSON, RUBY LEE-Psych. Club, Yo Tappa Kees . . . THOMPSON, RUBY NAOMI -D. O. Club 4, Yard Monitor 3 . . . THOMSON, ROBERT HARRIS-"M" Club, B Team Football 3, Football Mgr. 4, Track Mgr. 3 and 4 . . . THOM- SON, SHIRLEY HORTENSE-Tca's. Ass't. 3 . . . THOSS, ZEMMA-Alt. Adv. Council 3 and 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, All Girls' Council 3. TIBBETTS, PHILLIP THORNTON-Monitor 4 . . . TILL, BOBBY IACK . . . TILLMAN, MIRIAM CELESTE-Monitor 2-4, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3 . . . TIMS, LILLTAM LUCILE-Psych. Club 3 and 4, Welfare Com. I, Openuppalocka Club 3 and 4, Adv. Council I and 3, Tea's. Asslt. 2-4 . . . TODD, MAIDA CARROLL-Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Cafe. Worker I, Lib. Ass't. 3, Teas. Ass't. 3, Wel- fare Store 4. TRAWICK, IOAN MARIE-Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Nom. and Elec. Com. 3 and 4, Off. Ass't. 3, Tea's. Asslt. 4 . . . TROTTER, MARY ELOISE - A Orch., Teais. Asslt. I . . . TUCKER, IAMES- Pres. Student Council 4, Iunior Class Rep. 4, Adv. Council 2, Gov. Council 3 and 4, Ushers Club 4, Nat. Honor Soc. 3 and 4, Glee Club I and 2, "33', Club 4, Psych. Club 4, Basketball 3, Track 4, Ir. Rotarian 3 . . . TUCKER, IOHN-Sec'y. "33" Club 4, Gov. Council 4, Speech VVorkshop, Four Arts Club 4, Ushers Club 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Psych. Club 3, Glee Club I and 2, Hi Times 3 and 4 . . . TURNBULL, BETTYE DOLORES - Alt. Adv. Council I. TURNER, BARBARA IEANNE-Adv. Coun- eil I, All Girls' Council 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Tea's. Ass't. I, Monitor 2 and 4 . . . TURNER, VONCIL ALYNE-Treas. of Section . . . UNGER, IUNE -Adv. Council I, Cale. Asst. I, Four Arts Club I-4, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Off. Asslt. 4, Red Cross Rep. 4 . . . VAN DE CAR, ESTELLE - Pro Chair. 3, Argument Inc., Music Club, Four Arts Club, Psych. Club, Nat. Forensic League, Quill and Scroll, Tea's. Ass't .... VAN HOOK, IOHN PHILLIPS- Pres. "M" Club 3 and 4, Sergeant-at-Arms Murphy IXIOHIAN U23 mio' Hi-Y 3 and 4, Adv. Council I-3, Ushers Club 3 and 4, Basketball I, 3 and 4, Baseball 4, Capt. Football 4, Track 3 and 4, Monitor I and 4. VAN HOUTEN, MARY-Teas Ass't. 3, Cafe. Ass't. I, Girl Reserve I . . . VARNADO, GEORGE NEWBURN-Cafe. 2-4, Lib. 2, Glee Club 2 and 4, Off. 4 . . . VINES, CAROLYN JANE - Yo Tappa Kees 4, Monitor I, Tea's. Ass't. I and 2 . . . WADDILL, HARVIE EARL . . . WAITE, IACQUELINE LOUISE-Pres. Nat. Thespian Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Sec. Glee Club 2-4, Four Arts Club I-4, Fresh. Cho. I, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Psych. Club 4, Cheerleader 4, Monitor, Tea's. Ass't., Alt. Adv. Coun- cilW4, Spec. Cho. 3 and 4, Spec. Trio 4. WALKER, BARBARA IEANNE-Adv. Coun- cil I and 2, Yard Monitor 2, Tea's. Ass't. I and 2 . . . WALKER, RICHARD HAMMON-Psych. Club 3 and 4, Fresh. Cho. I, Glee Club 2-4, Tea's. Asslt. 3, Monitor 2, Monitor Ins. 2 . . . WALLACE, VALLRIE IEAN-D. O. Club, Monitor 2 . . . WALLER, FRANCES IEANETTE - All Girls, Council 3 and 4, Psych. Club 4, Monitor 3 and 4, Hi Times 3 and 4 . . . VVALLS, IAMES RALPH. WARD, FREDERICK NEWELL-A Band I-4, A Orch. 3 and 4, Intramural Sports, B Band I, Moni- tor I and 2 . . . WARD, PATRICIA ANNE- Four Arts Club, Glee Club, Speech Workshop, Psych. Club, Argument Inc., Thespian, "Y" Teens, Girls, Octet, Girls' Trio, Spec. Cho .,.. WASDEN, ELOISE-Monitor 3, Teas Ass't. 2 . . . WASDEN, TI-IELIVIA INEZ . . . WATERS, ADELE--Psych. Club 2 and 3, Fresh. Cho. I, Glee Club I and 2, Tea's. Ass't. 2 and 3. Ttlfllftlll of ,lrlzzrpfiy Izmzfvlrrr In jv'nfc.f.r1'1n1ul jornmfiun. Watkins, B. Watkins, E. Watson, M. Watson, S. Wcatherby O O Wcavcr Wi-lib Wcst, H. West, R. Wcstfaul, F. Wcstfaul, I. Weston Wheat Whigliam White, D. White, P. White, VV. Whitworth Wiglcy Wilkinson Willard Williams, IS. Williams, D. Williams, I. Williams, M. Williams, W. D. Williamson, B. Williamson, I. Williamson, I. E. Williamson, V Williforil Willis Wilson, D. Wilson, G. NVilson, P. Wilson. S. NVilson, VV. VVisc VVoocl, A. Woocl, v. . . niov WATKINS, BETTY - Adv. Council . . . WATKINS, EDWIN RAYMOND-"Mn Club 3 and 4, Football 3 and 4 . . . WATSON, MARY LOIS . . . WATSON, STELLA KATE . . . WEATHERBY, WALTER CLIFTON-V. Pres. Murphy Hi-Y, Ushers Club, Golf Team, Monitor, Cafe. Worker. WEAVER, LILY BRUNETTE-Adv. Council, Alt. Adv. Council, Tea's. Ass't., Hall Monitor 1, Nom. and Elec. Com. 2, Yard Monitor 3- . . . WEBB, RUTH ADELE-Pres. Soph. Class, Gov. Council, Chair. Nom. and Elec., Chair. Hall and Locker Com., Alt. Adv. Council, V. Pres. Four Arts Club, Sgt.-at-Arms of Tri Hi-Y, Interclub Council, Gate Club, Four Arts Club, Speech Workshop, Bad- minton Tournament, Swimming Meet, Cafe. Worker, Tea's. Ass't., Off. Worker, Welfare Com. 1 . . . WEST, HUGH PLEASANT-Cafe. 1, Hon. Com. 3, "33" Club 4, Gate Club 4 . . . WEST, MARY RUTH-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1 . . . WESTFAUL, FAY OLIVIA-Fan Randlette Art Hon. Soc., Band 1 and 2. WESTFAUL, IOAN MARIE . . . WESTON, IAMES HOUGI-I-Lib. 3, Cafe. 1, Glee Club 3, Monitor 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1 . . . WHEAT, MARY ELIZABETH-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Lib. Ass't. 3 and 4 . . . WHIGHAM, BOBBIE ANN . . . WHITE, DAVID C.-Cafe., "M" Club, Baseball Team. WHITE, PATTY IO-Adv. Council 2, Lib. Ass't. 3 and 4, Monitor 4, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . WHITE, WILLIAM WESLEY-Chemistry Club 3, All Sports Class 1, Intramural Sports 3, Tea's. Ass't. 1 . . . WHITWORTH, BESSIE RAY-Monitor 3, Tea's. Ass't. 2 . . . WIGLEY, HAROLD LEE-"M" Club 4, Varsity Baseball 3 and 4, B Band 1 and 2 . . . WILKINSON, THELMA FAYNE - Adv. Council 2, Monitor, All Girls' Council 3 and 4. WILLARD, GLORIA IEAN-Treas. Ir. Class, Treas. Tri Hi-Y 4, Psych. Club 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, All Girls' Council 4, Cafe. Ass't. 1 and 2, Monitor 4, Tea's. Ass't. 3 and 4 . . . WILLIAMS, BOBBIE LUCILLE-Tea's. Ass't. 1 and 2, D. O. Club . . . WILLIAMS, DORRIS NELL . . . WILLIAMS, JUDY CHRISTINE-All Girls' Coun- Mor-IIAN U25 cil 3 and 4, Adv. Council, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1 . . . WILLIAMS, MARTHA NELL- Mdv. Council, Cafe. Ass't. 2, Tea's. Ass't. 1-4. I WILLIAMS, WILLIE DEWITT-Alt. Adv. Council, Yard Monitor . . . WILLIAMSON, BETTY IEAN - D, O. Club, Lib .... WILLIAMSON, IANICE-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Moni- tor 2 . . . WILLIAMSON, IOHN EDWARD- Adv. Council 4, Mobile Hi-Y 3 and 4' . . . WILLIAMSON, VIVIAN IOYCE-Tea's. Ass,t. 1. WILLIFORD, CATHERINE-D. O. Club 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1 . . f WILLIS, MARY MARGARET QAdv. Council 1, Pres. Panther Club 4, Nom. and Elec. Com. 3, Yo Tappa Kees '4, Openuppalocka 3 and 4, Tea's. Ass't. 1, Monitor 1 and 2 . . . WILSON, DICK . . . WILSON, GLORIA--Tea's. Assit., Mona itor 1 and 2 . . . WILSON, PHYLLIS MARIAN- Monitor 2 and 3, Tea's. Ass't. 4, D. O. Club 4, Adv. Council 2, All Girls' Council 3 and 4. WILSON, SHIRLEY A.-Monitor 2 and 3 WILSON, WYLODINE-Adv. Council 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . WISE, IO ANN-Yo Tappa Kees 4, Girl Reserves 1 and 2, Fresh. Cho., Lib. 3, Med. Unit Ass't. 4 . . . WOOD, ALICE-Sec'y. Class 1, Adv. Council 1, Feat. Editor Mohian 4, Tri Hi-Y 3 and 4, Four Arts 1-4, Psych. Club 4, Monitor 2 and 4, Cafe. Ass't. 1, Tea's. Ass't. 3 . . . WOOD, JOHN DANIEL, JR. Spillman az the mound! VV4 mclzlll XVoonllmm W4 if DllXV1ll'Kl Wfriglit, Yeager, li. Yeager, W. I ' Yost x ' X , Young Q - ' Zingt , V11 WOODALL, IAMES LEON-D. O. Club 3 and Thespiun, lr. TSIVVZIIIIZIII, Ir. Roturizm . . . YEACER 4, Boxing 3 . . . WOODHAM, HURLEY D.-Rep. ELIZABETH ANN - Rep. Adv. Council 3, Yo Adv. Council 3, Monitor 3 . . . WOODWARD, BERNICE . . . WRIGHT, BETTY IEAN . . . WRIGHT, BILLY G.-Monitor 2, Tez1's. Ass't. 3, Intramural Sports. WRIGHT, IACK-V. Pres. Student Council 3, Pres. Four Arts Club 4, Glee Club I-4, Argument Inc. 3, Murphy Hi-Y 2-4, Psych. Club 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Ushers Club 2-4, "33" Club 3 and 4, Tappa Kees 4, Glee Club 2-4, Tea's. Ass't. 4 . . . YEAGER, WILLIAM NEWTON, IR.-Rep. Atlv. Council, Psych. Club, Monitor '... YOST, MAROLYN ELIZABETH-Four Arts Club 2-4, Off. Ass't. 2-4, Welfare Committee I . . . YOUNG, CHARLES HUBERT-Glee Club 3 and 4, Welfare Com. 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