Murphy High School - Mohian Yearbook (Mobile, AL)

 - Class of 1955

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'35 I f f LQ Q D Q53 the RIO Susan Locke Ed fo Nancy Wall A fo 9 Woody Everett i B smess Ma cxger Gary Steber ss sto f Jackie Botta Phofographe nme Lou Whlie Ad ser Roy R Wnlkne C ns If f RIIJIIIJIIY IIIGEII SCIIIJIJL N-lDblIf'. fll.ll1.lll1.l i r Ssis n I , 4' " . I' 'L . ' Y' - . U " ' yt' Q :frm ,T .., ,M K A I F1 ' so , ,. ,M -.... .,.,,. W EM r .J ..-7 Y-L ' - , ,Y vi . . o u an f ' ' c 1 n , 1 Info the Panflzer Eclffion marclzes ilze Since for many years Murphy has been out- standing on the gridiron, the baseball diamond, and the hardwood, the 1955 Mohian staff decided to make its book a Panther edition, using as a theme, "The Spirit of '55." Day by day this spirit has grown a little stronger and has subtly cast its spell over more and more people. Not only has it reigned supreme at football games and walked the crowded halls of Murphy in the confusion of changing classes, but it has pervaded even the Saturday stillness of empty classrooms. With such a spirit, Murphy will continue to lead the league-on the field and off. QLA 411 Q1 " C' S ea X The same qualities that make a good team make a good school. To insure its success, a football team must have well- rounded players-players who develop their potentialities to the fullest in order that they may give their best to the team. This individual development results in such qualities as teamwork, co-ordi- nation, and determination. A team-or a school-can be a good one with iust a complete knowledge of these fundamen- tals. It becomes a champion when these qualities are infused with an intangible force like the Panther spirit. Students gain spiritual strength through before' school chapel services on Thursday mornings and daily devotionals in section rooms Murphy works with adult civic organizations in services to the community, going beyond her goal in the One Fund Drive. 4 . . wh , eat. fi If if ' " b -.e , ,,1 , 9 6 F' , 4 . AQ' .ss 34 QW' 4 va , , lf, "ff 4, gf! ,,.. 1 F"- :M f 1.2 UNQ f1:'f?f':i Kg L. fl 1 5' 1 ...J 5".i .-,-v -4' .v 1:1 A V 4 .. , . "M 4 A -v - .... .-. Af 1 5 i FACADE. The from of fhe main building is rich in the decorative details of Spanish Renaissance orchifecrure arches, halustrades, medallions, cherubs, and heraldic shields COLONNADE Gracilul colonncclzs connecl Murphys nineteen sprawl' ing buildings into an artistic paffern and cas? cool, friendly Shadows in fhe brlllianf sunlight, LIVE OAKS. In the springtime, students love to stroll along the curving walks, where huge live oaks stretch protecting branches over purplish' azaleas and bright green clover. ARTS BUILDING. Facing the Auditorium across the Horseshoe curve is the Arts Building, with its wrought iron balconies, iron lamp posts, and triezes flanking the entrance. Official Program Referees PAGE IO Players PAGE 28 Half-Time Show PAGE as Champions PAGE l24 TOWERS. With its twin towers of cream-colored stucco rising above a 26-acre campus, Murphy is one of the chief beauty spots on MobiIe's famed Azalea Trail. Ijealfcaffon lt seems flttlng to dedlcate the Panther edltnon of the Mohlan to three men who have done much to develop the great teams and the lndomltable splrut of Murphy Each of these men was an outstandlng athlete durmg his hugh school days and each returned to Murphy to teach other youngsters how to play the game Mr Sharpe besudes coachlng has taught math and commercial law For many years he was head football coach and thus year he has stepped up to the posltnon of Athletuc Dnrector Mr Sntterlee came to Murphy as a coach but proved has versatuluty by teachvng woodworking and core He now holds the full tame lab of Flscal Agent handlmg all cash transactuons ot the school Mr Wl'lcox started hls teachmg career as a physucal education director and IS today chaurman of that depart ment Recently he took on the Indispensable lab ot stage manager and sponsor of the stage crew Wnth each order barked by one of these men many a youthful body has strained to nts task with each slow smnle many a youthful heart has been lutted by the knowledge of a 'ob well done In appreclatuon of theur true Panther spmt the 1955 Mohtan as fondly and grate fully dedicated to these three Murphy boys who made good pi Ulm! Charles O Wlllcox Braun Hus 130 pounds of wenght never counted nearly so much as hns pluck and determunatlon during the grmdmg moments of the games and few were the ball carrners who got around has end Pass catchmg tacklmg and blocknng kicks were has favorlte tasks 31 Mohlan . . W U fl X 7' . J W P' 'T s .. It It A l' ' 5iEfQL5' ,, . . 1?-Cf 'Aw ,, 3' . . . . 1 cu ' 1' . . -fy f Lf, x 1 .' . - I ' X 'hue Joseph F Sharpe Ha u lace Bug Bull was c great back but because of the teams weakness at center he sacrlfuced has ball carrying ablluty nn order to strengthen the team And strengthen the team he dnd for he always opened great holes when the plays were over center 28 Mohlan Julnus M Sutterlee N When thus lumbermg 188 pound tackle closed nn on a ball carrier at was Goodnught and hello for the opponent In tact durung hus two years of varsity service whenever a few yards were needed the play generally went through a hole opened by hum 31 Mohlan fis.-A Q f, f Q , . jf , l W ' fl 'Y I 77 4 C . 1 . . ,, . . ,, . . ' - , . . . . . . ,, . ,, I 1 . . , I I 1 H I ' ' ll I ' I3 S Q -ln-- by eeferem AIJMINIQTR XTION I XCl ITN 'IIII 'IIII ll R K Q ,A Sq Mr. O. B. Hodges Principal 'TQ fjou' TRL all jwvw QXVLJ Lvlbu yn fu A ifgWjMJffHalf'5rm ffm! Q fffh pawwqog Jff? fu- .72. 6 . Jr Mr. O. B. Hodges Mrs. Louise K. Hamil Mr, Walter Phillips lddmihidffdfivh Assistant Principal Murphy welcomed Mr. O. B. Hodges of Auburn, new principal this year. His extensive training, many years of ex- perience, and natural enthusiasm have made him an able leader and a zealous worker. After acquiring his early training at Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Mr. Hod- ges became a teacher of mathematics. Later, he furthered his education in busi- ness administration, economics, and school administration at the University ot Chicago, the University ot Minnesota, and Columbia University, and held prin- cipalship: in the northern part ot Ala- bama. Mr, Hodges' amiable personality, wit, and humor, early endeared him to the students and faculty, His actions and decisions have all been guided by his philosophy ot education f an equalized combination of mental, moral, and spir- itual growth. M s G G Devilbiss Mr. Howard McManawa Miss Josephine Hargrove Mrs. Mabel Lowrey Registrar Y Dean oi Boys Dean oi Girls Receptionist J A Boker Alexander Borilett Boker Booker N- 3' 1,4 Bclderson Devilbiss 'Qt' Baxter Hemi' Bivono Hargrove Brantley 'sm Knudsen ,iw 5 5 Bridgewater Lowry I '37 Burford A Y 'gf McMonc1woy -Q, ' ,X 'V Burnet, n.L-f ' Phillips Copriotii R I Z G ey ' if N, Cclusey . '57 Smerlee Clark Sf'-'mph Cooner 'C' Whi7f 07 Crclddock lee Mrs. Lucille Baker Welfare Store Montel Bartlett Record Clerk Mrs. Addilean Booker RN. School Nurse Mrs. Grey Gibson Devilbiss Registrar Louise K. Harnil Assistant Principal in charge of Adult and Veteran Division Josephine Hargrove Guidance Esther Knudsen Office Manager and Veteran Coordinator, Adult and Veteraf Division Mrs. Mabel R. Lowry Receptionist Howard McManaway of Guidance and Dean Walter M. Phillips Assistant Principal Director of Boys Miss Mary Ella Raley Record Clerk. Adult and Veteran Division J. M. Sitterlee Fiscal Agent Mrs. Doris H. Stumph Record Clerk Mrs. Christine M. Whitt Visiting Teacher flacultq Maude Alexander American History John H. Baker Vocational Industrial Education Mrs. F, Balderson English Gladys Baxter Core Mrs. J. N. Bivona English and Social Studies Mrs. Annie S. Brantley Assistant Manager of the Catete Mrs. F, Lee Bridgewater Core and Social Science Myrtle Burford Physical Education Catherine W. Burnett Library Ray Capriotti Violin Bernice Causey Core and English Mrs. K. J. Clark English Lucile Hollis Cooner English Emma A. Craddock Biology ria Dahmer Davis d'Orneflcls Douglas Enderle Fitzsimmons Foote Forehcmd Fosier Frcntzen Fulcher Fulcher Gctlin Gout -99 viii' fvb Goy GR s Cf? Greaves Green Groom Gunter Hinz Holmes Houser Hudgens Hutchens Jefferies fwfr, Y QA A 'A Jenks uk' Jordon Claude Dahmer Band Winnie J. Davis English Miss Virginia d'Ornellas Mathematics Mrs. W. T. Douglas Civics Myrtle Enderle Mechanical Drawing Lois Jean Fitzsimmons Speech and Dramatics Mrs. Marie Foote History Ruth Forehand American History Eloise Foster Physical Education Etta V. Frantzen Chemistry and Biology Mrs. W. W. Fulcher Socnish W. W. Fulcher Biology Martha C. Gatlin Librarian Mrs. Betty Gaut Core and Civics he Yacultly Jessie Mary Gay Latin John A. Greaves Civics and English Elizabeth Green English Ruth K. Groom English and Speech Hattie Esther Gunter English and Core Evelyn Hinz English Emilie C. Holmes English Katharine Hope English R. D. Houser Printing Edward D. Hudgens History, Civics, and Driver Education Mrs. Nora B. Hutchens English Mrs. Carmelo Jefferies Physical Education Miss Vivian Jelks Biology and English Mrs. Glenda H. Jordan Core and English ln 98 degree weather, Mr. Phillips waits patiently for a cool drink . . . Misses Moore, Pistole, and Forehand form a Murphy Fon Club .17. 1.-PQ fi?- 'gi ' iii Bbw, ff Kennrvd 1 Q Q 6.1 Morris A ESQ 22" ,H . Lcmghcfn S R Mnrrissetie I 4 x N A... an xr x Lips-tomb D 0. . Moulder 'pf 3 tl E - 3 l McAll4sfer Murpny as oh' , Ofson :y 1 , uf Ponkey I A O' McKnight 1 ,. Peck Mimi, Q Peter 2 .3 W '5- Mczrtin nv Piefce Mmyers I 'el Pistole Miahczel Purifoy ME'che!I Reynolds Moon hh Robinson Moore Ross lie faculty Clyde Kennedy Art Inez Perry Langham Typewriting and Office Machines Ruth Lipscomb World History Mrs. Virginia McAllister English Thomas L. McCann Mathematics Mrs. Helen Mclntyre Manager of Cafeteria William J. McKnight Small Engines M. C. Mancill Physics Frances Freeman Martin Choral Director Elizabeth Moyers History, Mathematics, and English Josephine M. Michael Civics and Social Problems Ann Dyer Mitchell Stenography Vella B. Moon Mathematics E. Lurci Moore English Mrs. Elizabeth I. Morris Biology Doris S. Morrissette Home Economics and Biology William P. Moulder Vocational Related Subiects Edith M. Murphy Mathematics Edna Olson English Mildred Panlcey Coordinator, Commercial Diversified Occupations Mrs. Maxine Peck Typing and Stenography Mrs. Myrtle T. Peter Choral Director Ruby M. Pierce Distributive Education Lillian Pistole Biology Carol Puritoy Bookkeeping Willie E. Reynolds Mathematics Florence G. Robinson English, Civics and Latin Catharine T. Ross Home Ec. Fam, Lite. and Home Management Saunders Savage Savage 1' Scarborough , T Sharpe 5 J Show Shout Slaughter Smith Spradlin Stapleton Steele Swanson 1 1'-xl 'Q-" 9:5- A ,ff f .K R 1 QL 'ev 2 s 741g 'Q 5 Va Tanner Taylor Usry Vaughan Vickrey Waller Ward Wedgworth White Wilkie Wilkins Willcox Woodward 7lze faculty H. G. Saunders Lolete Tanner Radio Majorettes and Physical Education Anne E. Savage English and Core Sue Harper Savage Stenography and Typing Mrs. C. L. Scarborough English and Social Studies Joseph F. Sharpe Business Law and General Business Grace E. Shaw Typewriting Sam Shout Physical Education W. B. Slaughter Mathematics Willie Grace Smith General Science Bertha Spradlin Spanish Miss Irene Stapleton Crafts Robertha Steele Biology and Consumer Science Mary Sibley Swanson Mathematics R. B. Taylor Physical Education T. R. Usry Industrial Arts Mrs. Charles B. Vaughan Latin and Economic Geography Arclieth Vickrey Assistant Librarian Vivienne Waller Psychology and General Science Mrs. Nellie Ward Stenography and Typing Louise S. Wedgworth Clothing and General Science Annie Lou White French and English Roy R. Wilkie Core and English Mrs. Josephine Wilkins Mathematics C. O. Willcox Physical Education W. N. Woodward Machine Shop F1 D The I IPCC IKE . . . ln the little red school house, where one teacher did all the work, pioneer children learned their readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic. Today, modern students are still sent to school to learn these same fundamentals -readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic -with numerous variations, of course. Instead of one teacher, however, Murphy employs a faculty numbering lO3. Pictured on these pages are classes typical of the fundamentals, with their varia- tions. An English student, Jackie Botta, struggles manfully with a difficult grammar lesson of nominative absolutes. In Mr. Vaughan's trigonometry class, Lida Swafford solves isosceles triangles, using logarithms. In Miss Hope's world literature class, a DOPU' lar new course offered for the first time this year, Margie Swift and Mac McLeod locate Spain, the land of Calderon and Cervantes. Unification of England is the sub- ject pursued in maps and reference books by world history students Jimmie Pierce, Frances Davis, and Carolyn Holland. Ed Crenshaw studies in physics the refraction of light passing through a lens. Jack Gentry scrutinizes his biology drawing a cross section of a leaf. In glee club, a second-year French student, Joyce Bean, teaches the French words to "La Seguidillau from the opera, "Carmen". During the year, the glee club also learned a Latin hymn. N-1. qi, a S P' 1 ,iii -1 . -nv ' 'f Aff 5: 1 ,J K -Q., 49, 1, fn. r Y Q' -i I X 'wi HSA' Mig, 9, in-1-ni 0 fs Q. 'Q 7"7 AHL! T110 X, , ls Readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic are undeniably the fundamentals of learning, but at Murphy, many other courses are offered. Fine arts courses in instrumental and vocal music and art, commercial courses, like typing and bookkeeping, vocational courses, including drafting, radio, and small engines, and vocational courses in diversified occupations-these are just a few. ln the Commercial department, Carolyn Freeman displays her skill in reaching the mark of 'IOO wpm on a one-minute write. Against a background of azaleas Carolyn Merrill, Barbara Willard, Odessa Aldridge, and Ed Cox make outdoor sketches of Murphy buildings in water color and charcoal. Diversified Occupations workers, Frances Beard and Mary Berg, entertain their "bosses" at the Azalea Banquet held in a local hotel. As part of the home economics course, Kay Wall, Janet Walley, and Joy Wade gain homemaking experience by setting a table, using a mixer, and baking a cake. A course offered for the first time this year is small engines, where Tommy Mitchell and George Weiss tinker with engines and make the wheels go 'round. Eugene Broadus and Floyd Wilson hover over the drafting board. In the crafts class, Roy Bixler tools leather, while Douglas Peavy studies a catalog, from which he will order his own materials. Madelune Kal p ac uces fo to.: ramen? Tonu Lewus demonstrates a lack lcnufe Gur s paris The physucal educatuon program for Freshman and Sophomore gurls us planned so that each gurl partucupates un eught dufterent actuvutues durung the year Everyone has the opportunuty for swum mung unstructuon durung the second semester The Aquamauds a synchronuzed swummung group composed of forty two gurls presented Swymphony durung Aprul under the durectuon of Muss Tanner and Muss Foster Choreography and costumes were done by the students The Gurls Athletuc Assocuatuon sponsored un tra mural tournaments un softball volleyball track badmunton and pung pong They also par tucupated un two Sports Days wuth other schools Mass McNally us the sponsor The gurls of the Freshman Class held a bas ketball tournament under the durectuon of Mrs Jefferues durung lunch peruod Sectuon 250 won sectuon 169 was the runner up ' r r F' u 'r, . . . , . 0 I 7 l ' I H H ' - f f . , . . . . - I I 1 I ' - ' ' I '26s Fafsy Cody spvkes Yhe ball for 0 pomf Trisha goes up and over In c back lllplayouf Betfy Grref tags Gall Ferns of flrsf base Joyce Sueanne and Lounse enfoy croquef L49 if ivglf lolaqem SENIORS IUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN X f' Y fy fgf 'X " - .ei 9,532 A n R .ya Qi vm, ,mr- 134'-is '-qv Adams Adams Alford Alldredge Aront Arendall .s- ' 7 'gr' vi fs- Z 1-iv! - - w'vX 'T by , , ., ii 'ii ix l 5' I ,HI J L A is .' Q ae 4 5- Q Ai it 1 T- I 1 gf F EE.. L 1 "" 4 A 1 AA-" ff V A l 1. A L Y in fi 41 . 1 L Adams Allen Armbrecht A 2? I 5 ss I, I. m A i Aikin Aldrlglge Alexander Al Allen Anderson Anderson A Arrriistead Aust Ayres B The Senior ALEXANDER, Monitor 3 . . . MARY ALFORD . . . SUE A. DORIS MAE ADAMS, Nat. Hon. Soc, 4, Mohian 4 Faculty s 4 Bible Club 4 Jr. Edu, Rep. Council 3 and 4, Fut Teacher , ' , DREDGE, Fut. Nurses 2, Special Chorus 4, Monitor Lunch rls' Latin Club 3 , DICK ALLEN, Bible Club l and 2, Allied Y Red Cross l-3, Teachers Asst. T-4, Spanish Club l and 2, Gi Ath. Assn, T, Monitor 2 and 3 . DOUGLAS ADAMS, Vis. Ed. 2, Ushers Club 3 and 4, Key Club 3 and 4, "M" Club 3 an O, Basketball Varsity 3 and 4, Hi Times Rep. 2'4, Monitor I-4 'Secy. l, Treas. 2, Pres, 3 and 4, Stage Crew 3 and 4, D. Club 3 and 4 . . . HENRY EDWARD ADAMS . . JANE AIKIN, Bible Club l-3, Library Asst. l and 2 Pres. 2 , Monifor 2, Mobile and Found 2 . J. W. ALLEN, Teacher's Asst, l-4, Mo Yardl 2, Visual Ed. 2 . . , KENNETH ANDERSON, Psych. Cli , , . LESLIE D. ANDERSON, Stage Crew T, Monitor 3 . Historic Soc, 2, Psych. Club 4, Hi Times Rep. 2 and 3, Hi Times 4 . . . ODESSA ALDRIDGE, Four Arts Club 3 and 4, Teacher's Asst. 3 . . . ANN ALEXANDER, Nat, Hon, Soc, 4, Bible Club Core Club T, D, O. Club 4, Teacher's Asst, T , , . CAROLE +"'f'4 J JV JACQUELYN ANTOINE, All Girls' Council T, Mobile Historic l, Fut. Nurses 3, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 an Teacher's Asst. 2-4 . . HELEN ARANT, Girls' Ath, Assn Maiorette l-3, Allied Youth 143, Bible Club T and 2 . . , JA H. ARENDALL, D O. Club 3 and 4, Teacher's Asst. l and 2 JOHANNAH ARMBRECHT, Mohian 4, Nat, Han. Soc. 3 am Bible Club 2-4 iSecy, 3 and 4, Allied Youth ',Pres. 31, T, Teachers 3 and 4 vSub. Chair. 4', Latin Club 3 and 4 lf Treas. 41, Swimming Club 4, Welfare Store 4, inter-Club Cot 3, Mobile Historic Soc. 2, Jr. Red Cross 2, Hi Times T am id . . . WILLODENE ARMISTEAD, Yo Tappa Kee IV4, Bible Club l . . . JOAN ARDETH A R' ing Club l Teach2r's Asst. Nat. Han. Soc. 4, Mohian 3 and 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Fut. Teac 31, Four Arts Club 3 and 4 fPlay 41, Teacl Asst. 2 and 3 . , . MARY JANE AYRES, Office Asst. 4, Nurses l and 2, Teacher's Asst. l , . . ROBERT BABYLON Times 2, Core Club l, Monitor 3 . , 2-4 lHistorian -30. MARY VIRGINIA BAGGETT, French Club 3 and 4, Hi Times 3, Monitor 3, Riding Club I, Bible Club I, Hi Times Rep I, Teacher's Asst I and 4, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Jr. Red Cross lTreas. 31, Nat. Hon Soc 4 . . , BETTY LOUISE BAILEY, Bible Club I and 2, Allied Youth I and 2, Fut. Teachers I and 2, Spanish Club 2 ROBERT KENNETH Soc 3 and 4, Allied Youth 3, I, Tracll 2 . CAROL JEAN Historic Soc 2, Psych, Club 3, BAISLEY, Fan Rondlettc Art Hon Teacher's Asst. I and 2, Baseball BARBOUR, Bible Club I-3, Mobile Rep, Council 3, Teachers Asst 3. Club 3 and 4, Monitor 'Lost ancl 4 . . . CLIFTON BARNARD . . . 2,4 'Asst. Sports Ed. 3, As-,t Ed Nat. Hon Soc 3 and 4, Latin Foundi 3 and 4, Psych. Club RONALD BARNETT, Hi Times 4 , Hi Times Rep. 2, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Fut. Engineers I-4 , WILLIAM BARNETT, Allied Youth I and 2, D O. Club 3 and 4, Core Club I and 2, Fut. Engineers I, Hi T.mes Rep. 3 . . EDITH YANCY BARRETT, Visual Ed. 3 and 4, Teachers Asst I4, Girls Ath Assn I and 2, Jr. Red Cross 2, Rep. Council 2 . OUIDA BARRINGTON, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Fut. Nurses 3, Monitor 2, Teacher's Asst. 2-4 . . . GENE T, BARROW, Football I-3 Varsity 2 and 3t, "M" Club 3 and 4 lSecy. 4s, Class Rep. 2, Monitor Yard 2 . . JEAN BARTLETT, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teachers Asst 2-4, Girls' Ath. Assn. I and 2, Oltice Asst, 2 , . BEVERLY BASSETT, Bible Club I and 2, Fut. Teachers I and 2, Spanish Club 2, Teachers Asst 2, All Girls' Council 3, D O Club 4 , . . BILL BASSETT, Club 4, Cheerleader 3, Select Choir Monitor 3, Basketball 2, "M" Club 3 . . . JUANICE BATES, Special Chorus I-4, D. O. 2-4, Amateur Raclio Club 4, .U Trrslm does ri fvcklurifi- ow the tramfzoline for Homeczaminq assembly Club 4, Jr Red Cross 4, Hi Times Rep. 4, T?acher's Asst. i GAIL PATRICIA BEARDEN, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Psych. Club 3, Teachers Asst. 3 . . MARY BECK, Allied Youth 3, Bible Club 3, YfTeons 3, Monitor Hall 3 and 4, O. B. E. 4, Office Asst. 4, Teachers Asst I and 2 WILMER MARLENE BELL, Special Chorus 3 and 4 O,13rota 3 and 4, Hi Times Rep. 2 and 4, Nurses Aid 3 and 4, Irut, Nurses I and 2 , . DUDLEY N. BEXLEY, Hi Times Rep. 2, Tcacher s Asst. I and 2, Monitor iLoclterl 3, Core Club , BETTY BIGHAM, Psych. Club 4, Girls' Ath. Assn, I 4, Library Asst I 4, Library Club I 3, Monitor I, Bible Teacher s Asst I-1, Fut, Teachers I . . FRANCES BEARD, D. O. Club I, Allied Youth 2, Teacher s Asst. I-3 . . CARY BILBO ' .gif-,K - -w e , Y jf r , uf " T". Lg'--r ' . . K rf . fitfifr , . ' f. f 'E A . ' g Q A it a N. V V L Y' rf i ,su I JV G? J: , . 31 an .CT .r X J 5.- ,v A I aug if 5, 5 Btlggett Bailey Baisley Barbour Barnard Barnett Barrett Barrington Barrow Bartlett Bassett Bassett Beard Bearden Beck . Bell Bexley Bigham .31. Barnett Bates Bilbo ie Q- gel, , 'ty , I -4 -ii ,I we Q . Q 'Bs' A casa-ac. 3.3 I t ' 'Y T- Q- I , x,,, I J 'ff - " -- - , - S- 'S' 4. k , :ir ft 3' ' T A si l ii N N i, , :Z l l iN'9v55S.. i it ea Q qs 4 Cf I-3 '5' R . 1: .. se., A .A T -- 4 ., - S X. I V 3 I . ,f I li Blake Blake Blanchard Bodden Bodiford Banneau Booker Boone Boone Booth Bora Boswell Bow: Botter Bouler Bowman Boyd Boykin Bradley Brantley Brinson The Senior-A HUBERT BRYANT BLAKE, French Club l, Cafe. Asst. 2, Teacher's Asst. 2 and 3, Keep 'em Rolling Club 2, Monitor lYordi 4, Hi-Y 4 . . . LYDIA LENORA BLAKE, Nat, Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Mohian 3 and 4, Modrigal Singers 4, Special Chorus 3 and 4 lOperetta 3 and 41, Rep. Council 3, Bible Club 3 ond 4, Fut. Teachers l-4 lTreas, 3, V. Pres. 4, Substitute Chair. 3i, Jr. Red Cross 3 and 4 KV. Pres. 4J, Fut. Nurses I, Psych, Club 4, Office Asst. 3, Teacher's Asst. 'I-4 . . , BETSEY BLANCHARD, Monitor lHalll l and 3, Bible Club l and 2, Core Club Rep. T and 2, Allied Youth 2, Fut. Teachers l and 2, Girls' Ath. Assn, T, Keep 'em Rolling Club T, Riding Club T, All Girls' Council l . . . ANN MARIA BODDEN, Teacher's Asst. 4, Fut. Teachers 2 and 3, Bible Club 2 ami 3, Allied Youth 2, spanish Club T and 2 , . , JUANITA MARIE BODIFORD, Core Club 'I and 2, Teacher's Asst., Jr. Red Cross T . , . MARY MARGARET BONNEAU, O. B. E. 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Nurse's Asst. 3, Allied Youth 3, Teacher's Asst. 3, Spanish Club 2, Maiorette T and 2, Gate Club T, Riding Club l, Fut. Teachers T . , . ANN LEE BOOKER, Nat. Hon. Soc, 3 and 4, Special Chorus 3 and 4 lOperetta 3 and 43, Madrigal Singers 4, Music Club 4, Yo Tappa Kees lPres.l 4, Bible Club T and 2, Riding Club T and 2, Hi Times .-wait' 11357 32 3 and 4, Fut Teachers T and 2, Four Arts Club l, Quill and Scroll 4 . . . DANA BOONE, Psych. Club 4, Allied Youth 'l-3, French Club 3 and 4, Hi Times 3, Bible Club T and 2, Jr. Red Cross 4 . . IRENE BOONE . . , JOE BOOTH, Key Club T-4, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Visual Ed. l-3, Jr. Red Cross l and 2, Football Mgr l, Nat. Hon Soc. 4 . . HARRY TEDDY BORG, Band ,B l, A 2-4 . . . CARSON BOSWELL, Fut. Engineers 'l-4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Hi Times 2-4 Sports Ed. 3 and 4', Nat, Hon. Soc. 4 . . . JAMES JACKIE BOTTA, Rep. Council l, Orchestra l and 2, Monitor 2 and 3, Latin Club 3 and 4, Mohian lPhotogropheri 4, Mobile Historic Soc. 4, Quill and Scroll 4 . , , JOHN BOTTER . . . CARL BOULER, "M" Club 3 and 4, Amateur Radio Club 4, Special Chorus 4, Hi-Y 2, Basketball 2-4, Gym' nastic Team 2 . , . ALAN BOWMAN, Fut. Engineers 2 and 3, Track Team 3 and 4, D. O. Club 3 and 4 lMr. D. O, 31, Rep. Council 4, Hi Times Rep. 2, Teacher's Asst. 2 . . , BARBARA ANN BOYD, Special Chorus 3 and 4 lOperetta 3 and 4l, Fut. Teachers 'l and 4, Allied Youth 4, Spanish Club 2, Monitor lLockeri 3, Riding Club 2 . . . KENNETH BOYKlN, Core Club 3 and 4 IV. Pres. 3i, Teacher's Asst. 4, D. O. Club 4 . . . MARY MARGARET BRADLEY, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Office Asst. 4, Science Club 3, Fut, Teachers 3, Spanish Club 2, Riding Club T, Bible Club l . . . SYLVIA BRANTLEY, Four Arts Club T and 2, Teocher's Asst. 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Nat. Hon, Soc. 4 . . , EDWARD L. BRINSON, Key Club l-4, Usher's Club 3 and 4, Monitor lLost and Foundi 2 . . . AUBREY KENNETH BROADUS, Jr Red Cross T, Hi Times Rep, T, D O. Club 3 and 4 V, Pres 3, Pres, 4, InterfClub Council 4, Ala D O. Clubs 'Pres S. Vv District . . STEPHEN EUGENE BROADUS, D. O. Club 3 anca 4, Monitor 3 and 4 . . . EDDIE BROCKWAY, Key Club 3 and 4 Pres. 4 , Quill and Scroll 3 and 4 Treos 41, Hi Times 2 and 3 Bus Mgr. 3 , Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Bible Club 3, Stage Crew 3, City Youth Govt 3, Bays' State 3, Nat. Hon Soc. 4 CHARLES HERBERT BROWN, Mabion 3 and 4, Ushers' Club 4, Science 4, Special Chorus 3 . , . LAUREN BRONNN, Fut. Engineers T-3, Hi Times T and 2 . . MARY REBECCA BROWN, Teacher's Asst T and 2, Four Arts Club T-4, Hi Times 'News Edo 2-4, Psych Club 3 and 4 Secy 4, Fut. Teachers T-4, Office Asst, 4, Monitor T and 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Riding Club T and 2, Jr. Red Crass 4, Allied Youth 2-4, Bible Club T-4, Mobile Historic Soc. 3 and 4 . . . BILLY BRU, Fut. Engineers T, Core Club T . . . OTTS BRUNSON . . . JOE ANN LEVONNE BRYANT . . . ESTHER ESTELLE BUCKHAULT . . , JO ANNE BULLARD, Teacher's Asst, T , . BARBARA N BUNKLEY, Psych. Club 3, Spanish Club T and 2, Bible Club T-4, Openuppolocka 3, Monitor 2 . . CAROLINE BURNS, Nat. Hon, Soc. 3 and 4, Rep Council T-4, Governing Council Secy.- 4, Fut. Teachers T-4 Treas. 2, V, Pres. 3, Pres, 4 , Orchestra T and 2, Special Chorus 3 and 4, Office Asst. 3, Inter-Club Council 3 and 4, Delegate to S. A. S. C. Convention 4, Jr Spealcers' Bureau 2 and 4, Chapel Com. 3 and 4 . . LEONARD BUSBY, Fut. Engineers TV3 iPres. 3, Bible Club T and 2, Allied Youth T and 2, Key Club 3 and 4, Football Varsity 3 and 4, "M" Club 4 . . . MANLEY CAMERON BUSBY, Bible Club 4, Science Club 4, Ushers! Club 3 and 4, Teachers Asst 3 and 4, Special Chorus "Operetta I Jarkir- and Jsrrw strip into soatliglmt n' Hsnic-ccnrrri Drznfe 4, Core Club T and 2, Football 'B Team T and 2, Baseball 'B Team T and 2, Nat. Hon. Soc, 4 . . . SHELTON BUSBY, Keep 'em Rolling Club T and 2, D O. Club 3 and 4 . , . VENETIA BUTLER, Psych. Club 4, Welfare Store 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Hi Times 2 and 3, Bible Club T-3, Allied Youth T-3, Mobile Historic Soc. T and 2, French Club T and 2, Jr. Red Crass T Red Cross 3, Bible Club 2 . . . CHARLES ond 3, Bond A T-3, D. O, Club 3 and 4, , Red Cross 2 . . . JOHN ALVIN and 4, "M" Club 2'4, Monitor T-4, Mobile Club 3, Allied Youth 2-4 . KATHRYN Club 'I and 2, Fut. Teachers 3, Hi Times . . . BILLIE BUTTS, Jr. BYRD, Rep. Council 2 Teachers Asst, T and 2, Jr CATN, Fut. Teachers 3 Historic Soc. 4, Psych, CALOGRIDES, Spanish 3, Teachers Asst. 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I , e an C delega 4 o on S c ROGER COLEMAN B nd I ROBERT LIER D O ub n re I :mes e Red Cross 3 BETTY JO COLLINS HI Times 2 and 3 Girls orts Ed 3 un u n Treas 2 Speclal Chorus 3 and 4 Operetta 3 and 4 Mobile Historic Soc 4 Mon or eachers Asst 4 Gnrls ssn e C unc: 2 Sclence C u 3 MILDRED COLLINS Band A I 3 BOBBY B COMPTON Rep C unctl 4 D O Club 4 ROSA LEE CON CEPTION Yo Tappa Kees 4 JOHN CONNIFF Fut Engineers I em s I s s a an P Cross 2 Teachers Asst ARDIS COOK Gate Club nd un I r s ouncr Clu an 4 urse s ld u urses a BARBARA OPER Four Arts Club 3 and 4 Play 3 n 4 ate Bond Fest Specla orus an 4 Opere ta I :ce Asst 4 Rep Cauncul 3 and 4 Orchestra I 4 Opere a rchestra I and 2 ych ub G Councu I Gate u e u a n Soc JACKIE COPELAND Head Malorette 2 4 Momtor 'L Ixerw 3 H Tnme 3 Tumb mg am 2 and 3 I :mes e Llbrar Ass VERA M IA CORNILUK Glrls Ath Assn I Teachers Ass' 2 and 3 JIMMY CORRY CARL COVAN Fut Engmeers I4 Treas 4I Chess Club 4 Ushers' Club 4 Keep em Rolling Club 2 Stage Crew 24 Orchestra A I Momtor I Cafe Asst I Band 'B 2 A 3 and 4I Rep Councul 2 NANCY WYNONAH COVINGTON, Band B T, A 24, Cairls' Ath Assn T, Bible Club l, Riding Club l, Visual Ed 3, Fut. Nur-,rs T, Monitor 2 . ROBERT COWARD, Track 3 :ind 4, Ushers Club 3 and 4, Monitor 'Hall' 3, Core Club l and 2, Ti-other s Asst T, 2 and 4 JANE COWLES, Mohion 4, Four Arts Club T4 Play 2 4 , French Club 3 and 4 lSecy, 4 , Jr. Siteolwers Bureau 3 and 4, Monitor 3 and 4, Latin Club 3, Fut. T v-fn clwrs 2 and 3, lr Red Cross 2, Mobile Historic Soc, 2, Teach' ers Asst 2, Office Asst. T, Quill and Scroll 4, Not. Hon. Soc 4 ANNETTE COX, Band A l'4, Jr. Red Cross 3 . . . EDWARD ELLIS COX, Keep 'ern Rolling Club 173, Teacher's Asst 2, D. O, Club 3, Rep Council 3, Cafe Asst T-4 . BETTY CRAVEN, Yo Tappo Kees 4, Teachers Asst. 2 . . ANN CREIGHTON, P.yclr Club 3, Hi Times Rep 3, All Girls' Council T and 4, Bihlc Club T, Riding Club T, Allied Youth 3 , . EDDIE CREN- SHAW, Fut Engineers 3 and 4, Hi Times Rep 3, Rep Council 4, Nat How Soc 4 GWENDOLYN CRENSHAW, Teacher s Asst Tf4, O B E, Reporter 4 FRANCIS MELVIN CRTVEL- LARI, Bible Club 3 and 4 TERRY CROSS, Four Arts Club 3 and 4, Rep Council 2, Core Club T and 2, Library Asst. 3 and 4, Monitor Yard 4 . SUSAN TAYLOR CROWDER , . . ALLEN CROWELL, Mohion 4, Not. Hon, Soc. 3 and 4, Band l-4 Drum Major 2f4, State Band Festival T-4, Four Arts Club T-4 Play 24, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Orchestra 2-4 fOperetta O.ches- tra 24, Seo Notes 41, Jr Rotorinn 4, Jr Speakers' Bureau 3, Voir? of Democracy Contest 3, Teac.v's Asst 3, Hi Times 3, Spanish Club Pres. 2, lnter Club Council 2, Special Chorus Operetta , Key Club T, Quill and Scroll 4 FRANCES LOUISE CRUIT, Special Chorus Operetta 2-4, Fut. Nurses 2-4, Science Club 4, Riding Club T, Bible Club T, Nat Hon, Soc 4 , . . 'li' 2 11. 1 .f, ,, ' -A t i 4 ii I f' . 2 . 3 L C 5 ,J ' v W N. .Z ,. 1 N f' - 5' will A i ' ii Q l o , A. , ,-F uv I X. X.. Y , vt 'TLD 'V 'Ceel Aint it greet to have an hour lor lurrh' ROBERT CRUTHIRDS, Argument lnc. 2-4, Visual Ed, T and 2, Allied Youth 2, Teachers Asst, T-4 . . . LENA LORD CULVER, Monitor 2, Allied Youth 1-3, Bible Club T-3, Fut. Teachers T-3, O. B. E. 4, Teocher's Asst, 2 ond 3, Ollice Asst, T-3, Home- coming Court 3, Azalea Trail Maid 4 . , . NOEL CUSTER, Foot- ball 4 . . . JOHN R. DARLING, JR, Rep. Council 4, Special Chorus 4, Four Arts Club 'Play- 4, Jr. Speakers' Bureau 4, Chapel Com. 4, Ushers' Club 4 , , . SYBIL ANGELTNE DAUGETTE, Gate Club T, Jr. Red Cross 3, Hi Times Rep. T, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Teocher's Asst. T . . . LYNDALL DAUGHERTY, Band, "M" Club 2-4 . . , PATRICIA ANNTCE DAUGHERTY, Mohian "Literary Ed,r 4. Nat Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4 fSecy. 4l, Hi Times 2-4 Malce-Up Ed. 3 , All Girls' Council 2-4, Jr. Speakers' Bureau 3 and 4, Four Arts Club T-4 'Play 2-4,, Fut. Teachers T-4, Allied Youth 2 and 4, Teacher's Asst. 'I-4, Chapel Com. 4, Bible Club 3, Rep, Council 3, Gate Club 2 and 3, Jr. Red Cross 2 . . . L- Sf! ir? Covingtow Coward Cowles Cox Cox Craven Creighton Crenshaw Crenshaw Crivellari Cross Crowder Crowell Cru: Cruthirds Culver Custer Darling Daugette Daugherty Daugherty .35. A 'Z Q 'Q I S A il 5 -Mi X5 I I lf 3 x S? 7 'Xian-v"" 'Y' Davis Deolxle Dill 'il' in 'Q S5824 is Davis s Delchcmlps Dobbin Dov Dee Dl x Davis Dean Dl Mosslo The Senior Dciuqhtry Dcluqntry Davidson Davis Duvm Dawson Denwix Dent Diamond MARION DAUGHTRY, Monitor I, Teachers Asst. 2-4, Nat, Hon. SUSAN DAUGHTRY, Hi Times 3 and 4 lGirls' Sports Soc.4... Ed. 4 , Four Arts Club 4, Allied Youth 3, Bible Club 3 . . . JAMES HEUSTIS DAVIDSON, Bond A I, Bible Club 2 , . . BARBARA DAVIS, Psych Club 4, Teacher's Asst. 3 . . . CARLEY DAVIS, D. O, Club 3 and 4, Fut. Engineers I and 2 . . . DOROTHY DAVIS, Teocher's Asst. I-3 . . . LESLIE DAVIS, Allied Youth IY4, Amateur Radio Club 4, Mobile Historic Soc. 4, Welfare Store 4, Monitor lHoll I and 2, Gymnastic Team 2, Science Club 4 . . . MARYANNE DAVIS, Allied Youth 3, Mobile Historic soc. 4, Hi Times 3, Hi Times Rep. 3 and 4, Four Arts Club 3 and 4 , . . RICKIE DAVIS, Teccherls Asst. I-3 . . . CHARLOTTE DAW- SON, O. B. E. 4, Rep. Council 3, Teacher's Asst. 3, Spanish Club 2, Allied Youth 2 , . . LUCY MARIE DEAKLE, Psych. Club ,uns YQQ' .1 XO Cato I W E l. S-Ei 36' 3, Yo Toppo Kees 4, Teacher's Asst. I-3 . . , KENNETH DERRELL DEAN, Fut. Engineers 2 and 3, Teocher's Asst. 2 and 3 , . . LARRY DEES . MARY VIRGINIA DELCHAMPS, Mohion 4, Not. Hon. Soc, 3 and 4, Bible Club I-4 Treos, 3l, Allied Youth I-3, Mobile Historic Soc. 2 ond 3, Spanish Club lV, Presf 2, Welfare Store 2-4 . . . WALTER DENNIS, Science Club 3 and 4, Chess Club 4, Select Choir 3, Teachers Asst 3 and 4, Special Chorus lOperetto' 3 and 4 . . . LYNN DENT, Psych. Club 4, Chess Club lHist.l 4, Hi Times Rep 3 and 4, Swimming Club 3 and 4 lHist. 45, Amateur Radio Club 4, French Club 3 . , . LESTER "CHIP" DIAMOND, Radio Club 4, Key Club 2 3 and 4, Four Arts Club 'Play' 2 and 4, Stage -4, Ushers' Club Crew 2-4 fMgr. 3 and 4-, Bible Club I-3 IV. Pres. 2, Special Chorus 2, Rep. I, Hi Times I, VIRGINIA DILL, 2 and 3, Allied , Four Arts Club I-4, Mobile Historic Soc 2 ond 4, and 4, Girls' Ath. Assn. I and 2 . CHARLES , Gate Club 2-4, Mobile Historic Soc. lPres. 2-4, Council I, Welfare Store 2-4, Speech Workshop 4 3 2 3 E. DI MASSIO Argument Inc. , Boys' State 3 . . . KATHRYN , Special Chorus 3 and 4, Monitor Jr. Rotarion Rep. Council Youth I and French Club 2-4, Special Chorus 'Operetto' 24, Select Choir 2 and 3, Monitor 'Lockers I-4, Chess Club 4, Rep Council 3, Hi Times Rep. I and 2, Jr, Red Cross I, Inter-Club Council 2-4 . . . BEACH DIX, Band I-4, Stage Crew 2-4, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Fut. Engineers I and 2 . . . IRENE DOBBIN, Jr. Red Cross 3, Teacher's Asst, 3 and 4, Bible Club 4, Psych Club 4, Monitor 3, Allied Youth 4 . . JIM DOHERTY, Fut Engineers I4, Rep. Council l . ROBERT DONAVAN Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Hi Times Rep. l, Fut. Engi- neers I4 'V Pres 4, Treas. 3., Chess Club 4, Science Club 4, Amateur Radio Club 4, City Youth Govt. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . ANN DONNELLY, Bookkeeper 4, Monitor 4, Teocher's Asst. 3 DAVID DOOLITTLE, Special Chorus 'Operetta' 3 and 4 . , MARY JEAN DOSTER, Gate Club l-4 lSecy. 3 and 4t, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, French Club 3, Four Arts Club I-4, Hi Times Rep 2, Fut Teachers l, Bible Club I and 2, Hi Times Asst. Circulation Mgr 2, Circulation Mgr. 3r, Student Council 2 . . . PATRICK DOUGLAS, D O. Club 3 and 4, Allied Youth 2 . . . EMMA LEE DRAIME, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teachers Asst I3, Allied Youth l, Psych Club 3, Science Club l . KAY MADELINE DROWN, All Girls' Council 4, Fut. Teachers 4, Teacher's Asst. 3, Hi Times Rep. 3, Bible Club I-3, Jr. Red Cross T , . . DOROTHY DUBOSE, D O. Club 4 . . . GERRY DUNN, Spanish Club I und 2, Guts- Club I and 2, Monitor 2, Teachers Asst. 2-4, Rep. Council 3, Quill ond Scroll 3 and 4, Bible Club I, Hi Times 2-4 lboolrkeeper 4 f... LAWRENCE ALBERT DWYER, Hi Times 3 . . SHELBA DYAS, Monitor 2, Allied Youth I-3, Bible Club l and 2, Jr Red Cross l, Mobile Historic Soc, 4, Riding Club 2, Monitor 'Locker' 4, Monitor iLost and Foundl 3 . . , JACKIE RUTH EICHOLD, Mohion 3 and 4 lClass Ed. 41, Nat. Hon. Soc, 3 and 4 iTreos. 4t, All Girls' Council I-4 Pres. 3 and 4i, Gate Club 24 Pres 4, French Club 3 and 4, Argument Inc. I-4, Girls' State 3, Latin Club 3, Governing Council 3 Jr. Class Secy-, Office Asst, 2 and 4, Stage Crew 4, Inter-Club Council 3 and 4, Chapel Corn. 3 and 4, Quill and Scroll 4 . . . JANE ELLIS, Four Arts Club I-4 French Club 3 and 4 Select Choir lOperettat and 4 A Grls Count 4 Mobile Hrstorl Soc 4 Music Club 3 Doherty Donovan Donnelly Drown Dubose Dunn Elmore Etheridge Eubonks si "But I havent done anything 4, Teacher's Asst. l-3, Argument Inc. 2 and 3, Gate Club 2 and 3, Bible Club 3 . . . CECILIA LOUISE ELMORE, Special Chorus lOperetta 3 and 4, Mobile Historic Soc. 4, Hi Times 3 and 4, Teo:her's Asst. 2 and 3, French Club I and 2, Riding Club I-3 lSecy. 2, Trecs. 31, Allied Youth 3, Swimming Club 3 . . . GERALD ETHERIDGE, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Hi-Y T, Teocher's Asst. 2, Hi Times Rep 3 . . . BILLY EUBANKS, Ushers' Club 2-4, Special Chorus lOperettaJ 3 and 4, Fut. Engineers 2 and 3, Allied Youth 3, Stage Crew 2 . , . WOODROW W. EVERETT, JR., Mohion 3 and 4 IBiz. Mgr. 4r, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4 tPres, 41, Fut. Engi- neers I-4 IV. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Chapel Com, 3 and 4, Homecoming Court 4, City Youth Govt. 3 'Mayor-, Governing Council 3 lJr. Class Repn, Rep. Council I-3, Jr, Rotarion 3, Quill and Scroll 4 . . . DONALD FARNELL, Hi-Y 2 and 3, Core Club l-3, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Teocher's Asst. l ond 2, Rep Council 3 . . . FRANCES FARNELL . . . PATRICIA ANN FARNELL, Bible Club 4, Fut. Nurses 4, Nurse's Aid 2-4, Office Asst, 3, Fut. Teachers I and 2 . . . -l I1 Doolittle Dostor Douglas Drarne Dwyer Dyas Eichold E s Everett Farnell Farnell Fornell .37- V QRS? vw-Xxx' . liz? .0 - F s, .M Si , -. ' ff 22, g . .gif : V.: : Q., iii Q'- 'anv 5' J - mt, f D V .. ..,,., I I Faville Fearit Felbiitger Fernandez Fields Fisher Flowers Floyes Ford Forsyth Fowler Fowllmes Freeman Freeny French Fucich Fulton Fussell Fussell Gabel Galloway The Senior HENRY CONANT FAVILLE, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Key Club I-4, Special Chorus 2-4 'Select Choir 3, Operetta 2-41, Spanish Club 2, Teacher's Asst. I . . . RICHARD FEARN, Fut. Engineers 244, Rep. Council 2 and 3, Stage Crew 3 and 4, City Youth Govt. 3, Science Club 4, Bible Club 4 , . , ANNE MARIE FELBINGER, Four Arts Club I-4, Fut. Teachers I-4, Gate Club 3 and 4, Monitor Loclceri 4, Monitor lHall- 4, Rep. Council I and 3, Bible Club I-3, Allied Youth I-3, Core Club Rep. 2, Hi Times Rep, lReportert 2, Riding Club I and 2 . . . RUTH FERNANDEZ, Mohian 4, O. B. E. iPres,f 4, Special Chorus 3 and 4 CTrio 3, Select Choir 3, Operetta 3 and 4, Bible Club 3, Spanish Club 2, Nat, Hon. Soc 4 . . . ROSE O'LETA FIELDS, Office Asst, 3 and 4, Teacher's Asst. 3 and 4, Psych. Club 3 and 4 . . . MARGIE FISHER, Keep 'em Rolling Club I and 2, Teacher's Asst. 2, All Girls' Council 2 . . . SANDRA FLOWERS, D. O. Club 4, Office Asst .... ROY FLOYES, "M" Club I-4, D. O. Club 4, Baseball I-4, Basketball I-3, Football I-3 . . . ANNE FORD, Governing Council 2 and 3 'Class Rep. 2, V. Pres. 3 , Rep. Council I, Four Arts Club 3 and 4 Plays 3 and 4. Psych, Club 1Pres,t 4, Inter-Club Council 3 W"- and 4 lPres. 3., Cheerleader 3 and 4, French Club 3 and 4, Homecoming Court I and 4, Azalea Trail Court 4 . . . KAY FORSYTH, Hi Times 2-4 lEd. 4, Asst, Ed. 33, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4 fPres. 4t, Inter-Club Council 4, Gate Club I-3, All Girls' Council I-3 . . , HUBERT RIVERS FOWLER, Argument Inc. I-4 lTreas. 2, V. Pres. 3t, Debate Team I-4, Class Officer I-4 lV. Pres. I and 2, Pres. 3 and 4, Science Club I and 4, Mobile Historic Soc. I and 4 . . . MARY ANNE FOWLKES, Mohian 4, All Girls' Council I-4 CSecy. 3, V. Pres. 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4 CV. Pres, 4i, Bible Club I-4, Chapel Com. 3 and 4, City Youth Govt. 3, French Club 3 and 4, Office Asst. 3, Four Arts Club 4, Latin Club . . JIMMY CAROLYN FREEMAN, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4, Music Club 4, Madrigal Singers 4, Special Chorus lOperettat 3 and 4, Fut. Teachers 3 and 4, O. B. E. 1V. Pies.1 4, Teacher's Asst. 3 and 4 . . . MARY FREENY, O. B. E, I . . , HENRY FRENCH, Monitor iYardi 3 and 4, Monitor iLockert 3 and 4 . . . DONALD M. FUCICH, Office Asst. 2 . . , PAT FULTON, Hi Times 3 and 4 lMalxe-up Ed. 4t, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, All Girls' Council I and 2, Spanish Club lTreas.l 2, Allied Youth I-3, Bible Club 3, Teacher? Asst. I-3 , . . BEN FUSSELL, Allied Youfh 3, Monitor I . . . ERLINE FUSSELL, Core Club 2, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Teacher's Asst. 2 . . . DOWLING GABEL, "M" Club 2-4, Football I-4, Hi-Y 3 and 4 lSgt, at Arms 4-, Monitor lYardl I-4, Tracli I and 2 . . . SARAH GALLOWAY, Core Club I and 2, Bible Club I, D. O, Club 3 and 4 . . . . , J? 1 1 . ,I n GAYLE GATLIN . , JOHN GENTRY, Science Club 4, Track ANA ii 4, Nut Hon Soc 4 . PATRICK JOSEPH GIBNEY, JR, Monitor 4. 2 and 4, Tuacher's Asst I4, Track 3 and 4, Core Club I and 2 . , . JEANINE GIBSON, Bible Club I and 2, Riding Club I and '2, Allied Youth I-3, Monitor Locker' 2, All Girls Council I, Psych Club 3 and 4, Mobile Historic Soc 4 . . DONALD GILL . , JIMMY GODWIN, "M" Club 3 and 4, Foo'balI If4 Varsity 2-4, Fut Engineers I and 2 . . SUE GOLEMAN, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Fut Teachers If4, Allied Youth 2 ond 3, Bible Club 2, Fut, Nurses I and 2, All Girls' Council 2 . . . YVONNE GOOD WIN, D O. Club 4, Spanish Club 2, Maiorette I-3, Rep Council 3 and 4, Hi Times Rep, 3, Nat Hon Soc 4 . . DON GORDON, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Rep, Council 4 . DANA GOULD, Ushers' Club 3, Key Club 3 and 4, Rep Council 3 and 4 . . . IIELEN GRANDQUEST, Teacher's Asst. I3, Library Asst, 2, Monitor I . . . CONSTANCE GRAVELY, All Girls' Council 3 and 4, D. O. Club 3 and 4 'Secy 3, Monitor Locker 2, Gym Asst. I, Nat. Han Soc 4 , , DOROTHY GRAY, Girls. Ath. Assn. 2,4 'Pies 3 , lcv Nvcirri cmd fiossip oopular rorrwbrrvutloril Teacher's Asst, 2 and 3, Inter-Club Council 3 . , . GABRIELLA GRAY, Bible Club I, Argument Inc I :nd 2, Mobile Historic Soc. 2 and 3 IV. Pres. 4i, Governing Council 3 and 4, Rep. Council 3 and 4, Welfare Store 3 and 4, Jr. Speakers' Bureau 4 . . LLOYD GREEN, Special Chorus 2 and 3, Spanish Club 2, Bible Club 2, Teach:-r's Asst, I-3, Office Asst, I-3, Monitor I and 2, GUNTHORPE, Teachers Asst 2-4 , . zzl 4 . . 4 . , ,Q it , , A, ,, . .' 'iff ,W A 1- '? I .3 gk' "s.. ii C I I "' 2 ft 'U' -qv Q-W, --5. -'YYY "'? It K ' ,Q 1 S0 -6- V ,L ' Q . Ii f I i i Ni f I Gatlin Gentry Gibney Gibson Gill Godwin Goodwin Gordon Gould Grandquest Gravely Gray Green Green Greer Griffith Gross Gunter .39. 9 0 I is :.p4.f Hi Times Rep. 3 and 4 , MARIANNE GREEN, Hi Times 3 and 4 Adv, Mgr. 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Bible Ciub 2 and 3, All Girls' Council 4, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Teacher's Asst. Gym 2 KITTY GREER, Band If4, Four Arts Club I4 Plays 2 and 4, Jr Red Cross 3 and 4 Pres, 4, Hi Times 4, Bible Club 2-4, Mobile Historic Soc 4, Psych. Club 4, Inter- Club Council 4 . RALPH GRIFFITH, Glee Club . . . CHARLES ARTHUR GROSS, Nat Hon Soc, 3 ond 4, Band A I-4, Latin Club 3, Orchestra I-4, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Teciche-r's Asst. 3 and 4 . . , AUDREY GUNTER, Fut, Nurses 3 . . . PATRICIA JOAN -A-.MJ Goleman Gray Gunthorpe 'auf Q. is-Q .,,.,f , 'M Gufel Haas Hodden Hedley Hofne Hukcnso 1 Ho Hall Hcmriclx Hond Hanks Honlem Hczrr Harris Harrison Hur Hawkins Hen i The g6hl0l' ELAINE GUTEL, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Rep. Council 1-3, :mes nd 4 News Ed. 4 , Four Arts Club 2-4, Teocher's sf Teachers 4, Allied Youth 1-3, Psych. Club 4, Nat, on S c . . SALLY HAAS, Rep. Council 1 and 2, Youth uncl 3 nd 4, All Girls' Council 4, Bible Club 1-4, Allied uvh 14 r nch Club 3, Hi Times 2-4 'Assf. Make-up Ed. 41, 1 and 2, Mobile Historic Soc. 2 and 3, Quill ond DONALD L. HADDEN, Fur. Engineers 1-3, Ushers' Crew 1-4, Band 1-3 . . . PATRICIA HADLEY, Core Bible Club 1, D. O. Club 3 ond 4, Jr. Red Cross Assn 1 . ... EUGENE RICHARD HAFNER, Rep. uncil 2 K y Club 2-4, Ushers' Club 3 und 4, Monifor lFlugl 1 Teachers Assf. 3 . . . ELEANOR HAKANSON, Noi. Hon. Soc. ond 4 Rep Council 4, French Club 2 and 3, Bible Club 2 3 Office Asst. 2 ond 3, Teucher's Asst. 1 ond 2, Monitor ych ub 4, Fur. Teachers 4, O. B. E. 4, Hi Times Rep. 3 E HAKANSON, Not, Hon, Soc. 3 and 4, Four Arts " HA A G1 6 SCHLUL pr . I., Q s 5 .0 RAMON L HENDERSON, 'MH Club 3 und 4, Faotlrull 3 and 4 Bas:-ball 3 JAMES HERMAN . MARIE HERRING, Fut Nursi-s T4 V Pri-s 4, Hi Times 2-4 , MILLIE HIBBERT, Crate Club T, Bible Club 2 and 3, Jr. Red Cross 3 and 4, Monitor Laclu-r 3 Office Asst 4, Care Club 2, Teachers Asst T, Science TIJIJ 2 MERLA ANN HIGGINS, Mohiurl 3 uml 4 Art Ed 4, Nat Hon Sac 3 and 4, Four Arts Club T4, Frcnch Club 3 and 4 Fu! Teachers 3 and 4, Fon Randle-tte Ar! Hon SOC 24 Pres 3, Special Chorus Operetta 3 and 4, Select Choir 3 All Oirls Council 3 and 4, Bible Club 4, Argument Inc T3, Gan- Club 2, Quill and Scroll 4 HERBERT HILDERBRANDT RONALD LEE HILL, Band A T-4, Orchestra 3 and 4, Ushers Lluh 4, Teachers Asst 3 and 4, Basketball 2, Hi Times 'Rep T and 2 STANLEY HOLCOMB, Special Chorus Operetfa 3 and 4 Sr-If-ct Choir 3, Football T and 2 JOSEPH ANDREW HOLIFIELD, Ill, Chess Club 4, Spanish Club 2, Visual Ed I BARBARA JEAN HOLLADAY, Bible Club T, Hi Times Rep T and 2, Core Club T and 2, Jr Red Cross 2, Teachers Asst 3 and 4, Special Chorus Operetta 3 and 4, Allied Youth 4, Fut Teachers 4 Psych Club 4, Four Arts Club 4, Fut Nurses 4 ROBERT HOLLADAY PHILLIP ANDREW HOLLIS JOYCE HOLMAN. Special Chorus Operetta 3 and 4 Monitor 3 and 4, Maiorette T4, Allied Youth T and 2, Bible Club 3, Girls Ath Assn T and 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . RICHARD HOLMES, Key Club T-4 Treas 4, Ushers Club 24, Jr Speakers' Bureau 3, Science Club 3, Spanish Club 2, Rep Council T and 2, Speech Worlcsirop T BETTY HOPKINS, Bible Club I, Fut Teachers T, Spanish l .44 fue B 1 und boys qet Christmas buslrr-is ready to go Club 2, Hi Times Rep. 2, Teccher's Asst. 3, D O. Club 4 . . . LAWRENCE HOPKINS, Keep 'em Rolling Club T-3 iPres. 2i, Fut. Engineers T and 2, Science Club T, Football T-3 . . HARRY E HORN, Ushers' Club 4, Teachers Asst. Tf3, Hi Times Rep, 3, Monitor Yard 3, Allied Youth 3, Bible Club 3 . . . DAVID V. HOWARD, Bible Club 3, D O Club 3 and 4 , . . HUBBARD, Gymnastics Team 2 and 3, Track 2, Monitor TOMMY HUBBARD, NM' Club 2-4, Football Varsity 2-4, Track 2-4, Teachers Asst, T-4 , . . MARY ELLEN HUFFMAN, HERBERT 3.,. Jr. Red Cross 4, O B, E 'Treas, 4, Fut, Teachers 2-4, Monitor 2, Spanish Club T ond 2, Teachers Asst. T-4, Library Asst. T and 2 , . . V rf yncrsw . I E E W Q-+4 9 hw- ivv 'V 4152 Y T7 Henderson Herman Herring Holcomb Holilielcl Holladciy Hopkins Hopkins Horn 3 -eg Hibbert Higgins Hilderbrandt Hill Holladay Hollis Holman Holmes Howard Hubbard Hubbard Huffman .4y. .. ..,, . weft ' AWE .A . sr Eff-5-1 . .rg sts-gs... Q x xr' D .33 S 'B , lv ,m,. S 3 'I I Nyxtges- I . x ' n ' Bl' , S' t Q, Q see 'r C U i 3 Y- f .Q A . .fl ' -I 5 I . Q- x I t Nsiiii , Q1 F- i'.' Hughes Hunter Jackson Jackson Jackson Jacobson James James Jenkins Jervis Johnson Johnston Jones Jones Jones Joyce Joyner Judqe Kahn Kaller Kar VIILLIAM HUGHES, Historic Soc. 3 and 4, HUNTER, Bible Club T, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . Stage Crew I-4, Jr. Red Cross I, Mobile Keep 'em Rolling Club I-3 . . . JEAN Glee Club I, Rep. Councfl l, Monitor 2, IRENE JACKSON, Rep. Council 4, Monitor iLockeri 4, Swimming Club 3, Fut, Teachers 3, Office Asst, 3, All Girls' Council 3, and 2 Spanish Club Allied Youth l, Bible Club 3, Teacher's Asst. 4 . . . VALERIE LOUISE JACKSON, Keep 'em Rolling Club I-4, Teachers Asst. 3 . . . BARBARA JACOBSON, Bible Club I-3, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Teacher's Asst. I and 2, Argument Inc, 3, Jr. Red Cross 3 Allied Youth 2 and 3, Teacher's Asst. I 2 . . , SANDRA JACKSON, Monitor l, +P"- ,sw f? I 5 - ll if , wi . . . CATHERINE JAMES . . . MARGARET ANNE JAMES, Core Club I and 2, Fut, Nurses I-3, Openuppalocka 2 and 3, All Girls' Council I-3, D. O. Club, Teacher's Asst. 4 . . . MARY JENKINS, Teacher's Asst. 2 . . . CAROL JERVIS, O. B. E. 4 . . . PEGGY JOHNSON, Girls' Orchestra I-3, Argument Inc. 3, Crew I, 3 and 4, Office Asst. 4 Club 4, Not. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . Psych. Club 3 and 4, Spanish CAROLYN JONES, 3 and 4, Monitor KAY JONES, Fut Teacher's Asst. 3 Teacher's Asst. 2, Ath. Assn, I and 2, Spanish Club I and 2, Fut. Teachers 3 and 4, Stage , Chess Club lSecy.J 4, Swimming MARTHA HOLMES JOHNSTON, Club 3, Nurse's Aid 4 . . . Bible Club 4, Lockeri 4, Bond 3, Mobile Historic Soc. 4 , . , Allied Youth 4, Teacher's Asst. Teachers I, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Nurse's Aid 3, . . ROSE MARY JONES, All Girls' Council 2, Fut. Nurses I and 2 . . . BEVERLY JOYCE, Rep. Council I ond 2, Office Asst. 2 and 3, Spanish Club l and 2, Bible Club 173, Allied Youth 1-3, O. B. E. 4, Jr. Red Cross 2 . . . KENNETH JOYNER . . , THOMAS JACKSON JUDGE, Mohion 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4 . . . BILLY KAHN, Hi-Y 3, Teacher's Asst. 4 . . . BASIL THEODORE KALLER, Mobile Historic Soc. 4, Special Chorus 'Operettai 3 and 4, Select Choir 3, Four Arts Club lPlayi I-4, Teacher's Asst. 2 and 4, Hi Times Rep. 3 and 4 . . . PATRICIA KARL, Mohian CFo:Jlty Ed.t 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Swimming Club lPres.i 3 and 4, Fut. Teachers I-4 iHist, 2, Secy. 3 and 41, Latin Club 3 and 4 lPres. 33, Bible Club 3 and 4, Teacherls Asst. I-4, Inter-Club Council 3 and 4, Hi Times Rep. 3, Quill and Scroll 4 . . . 42- K, CLAUDIA KAUEIWAN T 11.311 2 and 3, Spwcial Ch ill-vm 4, Psych Club Secy Ruling Club 1 uncl 2, Fou 1 3, Tc-Cxclu-r s Asst. 3 KELLEY, D O Club 4, Fut Otlic: Asst 3 GAIL NANCY KENDRICK, Scierc KILLIAN, Fr 4-l1 ch Club 13 ul 'H r Tr-uchfar-. 1 4 Cor Svcy 3, Crmven is 3 und 4 Op 4-vr- ttu 3 and 4, Cor 4, Biblrf Club 4, Cor. Club 1 and 2, Alta Club Pluy 4, All Gillx founcil ROBERT KELLETT . , JEANETTE Nurs:-5 13, Monitor Loclcer 2 and 3, KEMPIN, D O Club 3 anal 4 Club 3, Psych Club 4 JEANNE Sr-cy 3, ful Tr-cichvix 1, Biblv Club ID LLOYD KING, R1-p, Councl 1 and 3, Orchflsticz 13 . DAV 4 Cole Asst 2, Football 14, M Club JOYCE ANN KNIGHT Mohicxn 3 uncl 4, Spvcmxl Chorus Opz-rr-tto 4, All Girls louncl -1, T.uc'1Prs Asp? 4 Fr-not Club 1 cmd 2, N01 Han Cac 4 Qllil cmd Scroll 4 LINDA KNIGHT, Nat H311 Soc 3 uid 4 H Boylan 4, Quill and Srrgll 3 and 4, Lafin Club 3 owl 4 ?ru'tor 4, H. Tim --. 2 utwcl 3 Arlv Mgr 3 , Allie-rl Youth 2 rind 3, Mobilf- H,,to:,f Su: Fc' 2 Fu' Tr-achc-rs 2, Biblf- Club 1 and 2 MADVIN KNIGHT Chuss Club 4, Argument lic 13 Sim vu:-, ll ClJb 1 zmrl 'Z Tv-och:-v 5 Aust 2, Rep Councl 2, Band 1 KAREN KOONTZ, Fu! Tecichme 24, Monitor Loc1i?r 24, S070 Crvw 3 and 4, P,ych Club 4, Biblu Club 3, Tuochers Ast 2 mul 3, Ful Nurv'-s 1, Riflrng Club 1 MARY LOU KOZEL, D O Club 3 cmd 4, Corf? Club 1 uncl 2, Monitor Hall 1 and 2 GERTRUDE STEWART LA GRAVE, Ercrch Club 4, H1 Timfw 24 Clr Mgr 4 Cn-,l and Scroll 3 and 4, All Girls Council 13, Bible Club 2 and 3, Nat Hon Soc 4 . MARY JO LAMAR, Frvnch Club 1, All Girls Council 3 Psych Club 4 MARY ELLEN LAMBERT, O B E 4 . RElD LAMBERT, 4 1 -nv ' 11 fb- A i 5? -J ,fig 1 ,fi 2'-my . 3 Is- A, In af? I l""f ' ig' 1 .. ss Q' mc ,, I I A6 1 A ff gc 7 n Kaufman Kellett Kelley Knight Kniqht Kniqht Lambert Lcxmbe-vt Lcmne 'Nr Jlthfry Suvors rr-gisti-f tor zcllvqf- bowrd rfxrrrs Na? Hon Soc 3 and 4, Ba,eball 14, Homecoming Court 4 CONNIE LAMIE Ps,ch Club 3 and 4, Allied Yauvh 3, 'Aobile Hisvoric Soc. 4, Teachers Asst 3 and 4 . . , MARY EUZABETH LA MONT, Aqua Maids 3 and 4 Sec 3, Psych Club 3, French Club 3, Tea:hers Azs' 2 and 4, Monifor 3, Inter Club Council 3, Gate Club 1, Riding Club 1 DOUGLAS VwllLl.lAM LAMPPIN, Psych Club 3, HiY 3 arm 4 JAMES LARGUE, Allied Youth Y and 3, Spanish Club 2, Baseball B team 1, Monitor 1, Rep Council 4, D O Club 4 , . JOHN M. LAURENDINE, Spanish Club 2, Hi'Y 3 and 4, Core Club 1 and 2 , . , 6 3' Kempin Kendrick Killian Koontz Kozel La Grave Lo Mant lcrmppin Lnrque .43. 1 King Lamar lciurmwfline ,ff W 452' Q 'Y' . r if fn , f FI ...Fr t. 4: 'Ami i -in ee Little Livingston Lloyd Locke Logan Long Long Lord Lott Lundy Lyons McBride McCarthy McClammy McClury McClure McCollum McCollum McCool McDonald 7lie Senior JEAN ANN LEE, Fut. Teachers 2 and 3, D. O. Club 4, Special Chorus 3 and 4, Teacher's Asst. I, Monitor lHalli 3 . . , NANCY LITTLE, Jr. Red Cross I, Allied Youth 3, Science Club 3, Psych. Club 4 . . . JACKIE LIVINGSTON, All Girls' Council I, Spanish Club 2, Special Chorus 3, Y-Teens 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teacher's Asst. 'I and 3, Bible Club 4 . . . HENRY LLOYD, D. O. Club 3 and 4 . . .SUSAN LOCKE, Mohian lEd.l 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Fut. Teachers IY4, Swimming Club 3 and 4 IV. Pres. 41, Four Arts Club I-4, Jr. Speakers' Bureau 3, Bible Club I-3, French Club 2 and 3, Quill and Scroll 4 . . . ROBERT LOGAN, D. O. Club 3 . , . CHARLOTTE ELLEN LONG, Bible Club 3, All Girls' Council IA3, Special Chorus 3 and 4 . . . WILLIAM LONG, Usher's Club 3 and 4, Bible Club 2 and 3, Select Choir 2 and Sir J? Q 'J Ga- X fififllff ,I 3, Special Chorus 2 and 3 lOperetta 2 and 31 . . . BETTY J. LORD, Fut. Nurses I-4, Mobile Historic Soc, 2, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Class Officer lTreas.l 3, Rep. Council 4, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Teacher's Asst. 3 and 4, Homecoming Court 4, Azalea Trail Maid 4 . . . ELIZABETH LOTT, Core Club I and 2, Fut. Nurses 2 and 3, Nurse's Aid 3, D. O. Club 4, Teacher's Asst, 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . IRIS ELIZABETH LUNDY, Yo Tappa Kees lPres.l 4, Band A 2-4, Bible Club I and 2, Gate Club I and 2, Orchestra A I and 2, Monitor I, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . MARION HALL LYONS, JR., Monitor CCafe.l 4, Governing Council ISr. Class Rep., Treas.l 4, Rep. Council 3 and 4, Ushers' Club 4 . . . CAROLYN MCBRIDE, Psych. Club 3 and 4, Spanish Club 2 . . . COLDEN McCARTHY . , . WAYNE McCLAMMY, Baseball 2, Spanish Club 2 and 3 . . , PATSY MCCLARY, Band 'I-4, Girls' Ath. Assn. I-3, Orchestra 3 . . . N. D. MCCLURE, Football I-4, Fut. Engineers I-4 lSecy, 33 . . . JERRALD McCOLLUM, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, French Club 3 and 4, Bible Club I-4 lPres, 41, Four Arts Club IPlays 3 and 4l, Rep. Council 2, Music Club 4, Special Chorus lOperettasl 2-4, Select Choir 3, Madrigal Singers 4, Teacher's Asst. IA4, Jr. Rotaricn 4, Nat. Han. Soc. 4 . . . JOSEPH STEPHENS MCCOLLUM, Jr, Red Cross I, Baseball 2, Spanish Club I-3, Science Club 4, Amateur Radio Club 4 . . . PAULA McCOOL, Fut. Teachers I-4, Allied Youth I-3, Monitor IGymJ I, Teacher's Asst. 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Bible Club 3, Riding Club I . . . PATRICIA ELIZABETH McDONALD, Hi Times Rep. 3, Core Club I and 2, Monitor lHalll 3, Teanher's Asst. I-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . BETTY MCGHEE, Riding Club I and 2, Fut. Teachers I and 2, Spanish Club I and 2, Hi Tiries 2 and 3 'Malte-up Ed. 3i, Allied Yauth 2 and 3, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Psych Club 3 and 4 'Secy. 3 . DOUGLAS MclNTOSH, Fut. Engineers 2-4, Spanish Club 2 MAC MCLEOD, Allied Youth I and 2 'V. Pres. 2-, Bible Club I and 2, "M" Club 2-4, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Key Club 24, Basketball 2, Track 'Varsityi 2, Governing Council Treas.i I, Rep. Council 2, Special Chorus 2 . . . ANNE MCMILLAN, Teacher's Asst I-4, Monitor lloclxeri 3, Rep. Council 2, Monitor Hall 2, Fut, Teachers I, Allied Youth I, Nat. Hun. Soc 4 , . . NADALEE McNAB, Nat. Hon. Soc, 3 and 4, Fut. Nurses I-4, Your Arts Club 3 and 4, Bible Club I and 2, Psych. Club 3, Spanish Club I and 2, Teacher's Asst. I and 3, Allied Youth 2, Rep, Council 2 and 3 . , . BARBARA ,IO McNUTT, Mohian 4, Put Teachers 3 and 4 Treas. 4, Special Chorus lOperetta' 3, Rep Council 2 and 3, Four Arts Club 2-4, Argument Inc, I and 2, Girls' Ath. Assn. I and 2, Monitor 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . SUE H MACDONALD, Fut Teachers I-4, Spanish Club 2, Riding Club I, Allied Youth I, TEGCIIEVIS Asst. I . . . PAT MAHONEY, Band A I-4, Spanish Club 2 , . ANN TAYLOR MALONE, Library Club Secy.fTreas. 2, Allied Yauth I and 2, Fut. Teachers 3 and 4, Mobile Historic Soc. 2, Spanish Club 2, Bible Club 2, N.irses Aid I, Library Asst. 2, Monitor lloclseri 3 . , JUSTICE A MANNING, Bible Club 3 . . . FRANCES RAY MAPLES, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Special Chorus 2-4 lOperetta 3 and 41, Select Choir 2 and 3, All Girls' Council 2, Fut. Teachers I-4, Madrigal Singers 4, Spanish Club I and 2, Teacher's Asst. I-4, Eng. Dept, Typist 4, Mum Club 4 . . ROBERT MARKS . . . SHELDON ' sm, : I fe A .. K, Z 'V 4- Ld ,--J' x Fiisl, ,silk U nw-lp.-I from fs-. ta it-.i, fm.,b.'f- ii, sclifiurt , J MARRIOTT, Key Club 24, Spanish Club 3, Science Club 3, Base- ba'l I and 2, Hi Times Rep. I and 2 , . GYANN MARSHALL, Psych Club 3 and 4, Nat Hon, Soc 4 . BENJAMIN WALLACE MARTIN, Latin Club 3, Science Club 4, Teacher's Asst. I . . . MARGARET MARTIN, All Girls Council TV4, Bible Club 144, Gate Club 14, Monitor I4, Openuppalocko 3, Eut. Teachers I, Core Club I-4, Allied Youth I and 2, Spanish Club I and 2, Teacher's Asst, I and 2 . MAXINE JOYCE MARTIN, Bible Club 2-4 iAsst Secy. 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teacher's Asst I-4, Monito- 3, Gate Club I and 2, Girls' Ath Assn 2, Core Club I, Nut. Hon Soc. 4 . GERALD MASTEN, Teachers -sst I . . RICHARD MEADE, Psych Club 3 and 4, Bible Clib 2 and 3, French Club I and 2, Hi Times 3 and 4, Hi Times Rep. I Nat, Hon Soc 4 . . . BEVERLY MELTON . . . CAROLYN MERRILL, Special Chorus 3 and 4, Teachers Asst. 3 and 4, Monitor 3, Select Choir 3 . if A McGhee Mclntosh McLeod McMillai Mrtslab M:Nutt Macdonald Mahoney Malone Manning Maples Marks Marriott Marshall Martin Martin Martin Masten Meade Melton Merrill .451 , :gf Merrill Merrill Messer Milford Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Milne Milne Mimi Minarclf Moody Moody Mooney Moorhead Morris Morris Morris Morris The Seniom JACK MERRILL, Hi Times Rep. 4, Bible Club 3 and 4 IV. Pres. 41, Core Club 'I-4, Four Arts Club 3 and 4, Plays 3 and 4, Monitor lYard! I, Band A I-4, Teacher's Asst. 3, Psych, Club 4 . . . JOY ANN MERRILL, Band A I-4, Nurse's Aid 3 . . . EVELYN JEAN MESSER, Special Chorus rOperettasI I-4, Select Choir 2-4, Psych. Club 4, Bible Club I and 4, Fut. Teachers 4, Four Arts Club I-4, Mobile Historic Soc. 4, Monitor I-4 lLocker Office 41, Jr. Red Cross I and 2, Rep. Council I, Argument Inc. I, Hi Times Rep. I . . . THOMAS LEON MILFORD, JR., Key Club 2-4, Monitor CYardp 2 and 3, Teacher's Asst. 3 . . . DARLENE MILLER, All Girls' Council I, 2 and 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Bible Club 3, Nurse's Aid 4, D. O. Club 4 . . EDDIE MILLER, Rep. Council 3, Fut, Engineers 2, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Bible Club I and 2, Teacher's Asst. 4, Football 3, Monitor 3 , . . FELIX MILLER, f 45 ffl .46. Allied Youth 2-4, Bible Club 3 and 4, Hi Times Rep. 3 and 4, Rep. Council 3, Hi Times lBus. Staffl 2, Fut. Engineers I and 2, Monitor CCafe.l 2, Hi-Y I, Library Asst, I . . . FRANK LEONARD MILLER, Football 2-4 KB 2, Varsity 3 and 43, Key Club 3 and 4, Monitor lCafe.y 2, "M" Club 3 and 4 . . , SYLVIA JANETTE MILLER, Teacher's Asst. I, 3 and 4, Special Chorus lOperettasI I-4, Select Choir 3, Hi Times Rep. 3 and 4 . . . BARBARA ANN MILNE, Nat. Hon, Soc. 3 and 4, All Girls' Council I-3, Gate Club 2 and 3, Core Club I and 2, Special Chorus 3 and 4 . . . GERALDINE MILNE . . . JEAN MIMS, D. O. Club 4 . . . RAY- MOND EDWARD MINARDI . . . BARBARA MOODY, Fut. Teachers I and 2, Teacher's Asst. I and 2, Monitor 2 . . . LORINE MOODY, Bible Club I, D. O. Club 3 and 4, TeacI1er's Asst. I-4 . . . COOKIE MOONEY, Jr. Red Cross 4, Fut. Teachers I-3, Allied Youth I-3, Office Asst. I-3, Bible Club 2, Openuppalocka 2, Girls' Ath. Assn. I, Riding Club I, Mobile Historic Soc. 2 . . . BOBBY MOORHEAD, Allied Youth I, Bible Club I and 2, Psych. Club lPres.1 3 and 4, Office Asst. 2 and 4, Monitor 3, Inter-Club Council 3 and 4 . . . CHARLES LLOYD MORRIS, Band A I-4, Baseball 3 and 4 . . , GENE MORRIS, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Band A I-4, Hi Times 3 and 4, Teacher's Asst, I and 2, Jr. Red Cross I-4, Science Club 3 and 4 lSecy.- Treas. 4 I... IDA MAUDE MORRIS, Office Asst. 4, Monitor VLocIcerI 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . NAN MORRIS, Maiorette 2 and 3, Special Chorus 4, Psych. Club 3 and 4, Bible Club 2, Fut. Nurses 2, Monitor 'locker 3 and 4, Allied Youth 2 and 3 . . . ROBERT MORRIS, Allied Youth 2, Bible Club I and 2, Key Club 3 and 4, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Spanish Club 2, Rep. Council I . . . BILLIE JO MULLINS, Hi Times 3 and 4 +Feature Ed. 4', Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Psych. Club 4, Allied Youth I-4, Rep. Council I-3, Bible Club I-3, Mobile Historic Soc. 2 and 3, Spanish Club 2, Riding Club I, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . , PRISCILLA MANSFIELD MURDOCH, Jr. Red Cross 3 and 4, Office Asst. 4, Monitor 3, Teacher's Asst. I and 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . CAROLYN MURPHY, Core Club I and 2, Gate Club I and 2, D. O. Club 4, Monitor lLockeri 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . BRUNT MUSGROVE, D. O. Club 4 , . . HARVEY NEWELL , . . CHERRY DONA NICHOLAS, Gate Club I and 2, Y-Teens I, Jr Red Cross I, Core Club lPres. +,.. GEORGE NICHOLAS, D. O. Club 4 . . . HELEN NICHOLAS, Bookkeeper 4, O. B. E 4, Teacher's Asst. I-3, Fur, Teachers 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . MARY JEAN NICHOLAS, Fut. Nurses I-4, Mobile Historic Soc. 2, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Teachers's Asst. 3 and 4, Library Club 2, Library Asst. 2, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Girls' Ath. Assn. I . . . SHIRLEY NICHOLAS, Rep. Council I and 2, Girls' Ath. Arsn. I and 2, All Girls' Council 2, Hi Times Rep. I and 2, Core Club I and 2, Teacher's Asst, I-3, Monitor 'Holla 2 , . . MARDEI. NICHOLL, Gate Club I-4, Special Choi'-s lOperefta- 4, All Girls' Council I-3, Jr. Red Cross I-3, Core Club Rep. I and 2, Girls' Ath. Assn. I and 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . DILCEY NIMMEAU, Spanish Club 2 and 3, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Gate Club 4, All Girls' Council 4 . . . JEANNETTE NIX, Library Beauty reigns at Murphys Homecoming. Asst. 3, D. O Club 3 and 4 . . . YVONNE NORTON, Tecicher's Asst. 2-4, All Girls' Council 4, Yo Tappa Kees IV. Pres.i 4, Psych, Club 4, Office Asst. 3, Fut. Teachers 3, Monitor iYardi 3, Allied Youth 2, Bible Club 2, Girls' Ath. Assn. I . . . JEANETTE O'BRIEN, Latin Club 2-4, All Girls' Council 4, Office Asst, I and 2, French Club 2-4, Argument Inc. I and 2, Monitor 2, Nat. Hon, Soc. 4 . . . BETTY ODOM, Rep. Councfl I, O. B. E. 4, Office Asst. 4 . . . BETTY JUNE ODOM, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Rep. Council 3, Jr. Red Cross 4, Teachers Asst. 3 and 4 . . . GERALDINE ORSO, Monitor lHalli I and 2, Teacher's Asst. I and 3 . . . BETTY OTEY, Jr. Red Cross 3 tnd 4, Fut. Nurses 3 and 4 fSecy,-Treas. 41, Science Club 4, Nat. Han. Soc. 4 . . . DORIS OWEN . . . X M S Morris Mullins Murdock Murphy Musgrave Newell Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas Nicholl Nimmeou Nix Norton O Brien Odom Odom Orso Otey Owen .47- YQ 5 q-.vw S N ,N th 5' 4 3 Q -3 sa -n-in eau-ns' 'SPN Y-" QQ: Owe 1s e Putcl P c y Pierce Pmso 1 rig -isp xr s-'1 so W 'U' L 'ilu 1,4 QQ 'W' vm bv 6 'V' Pace Pala 1e 1 Pc rrot Pct trldqe Pe: y Pe1r1lr11to 1 P y P ku P I laps Pxtts a cv Platlm Poco c Poehlmn The Senwm PATRICIA OWENS Eu? 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'53, ' if Q t,,,..w 1 PJ,.,+ d oss Fut Teachers VIRGINIA PARROT e Club M Sp u Rep Councl O e Hon Soc KENNETH ALLAN PARTRIDGE C re Club I HENRY AUSTIN PAT H o ball I nd I ua an 2 C uncrl 3 Allied Youth 3 BLANCHE PEAVY THOMAS PEAY LLOYD PENNINGTON Chess Club Treas 4 Photog ra hy Club 4 Teacher s Asst MARILYN PERCY Psych Club 4 CL RENCE PERKINS Core Club I4 D O b 4 ale t WILLIAM HILRY PHILLIPS B hd I3 u nglneers o 1 e ISIOTIC oc eac er s sst Youth Govt 3 ERT PIERCE D O Club 3 and 4 Bl u 3 and on: or a n Fu Engmeers NALD PINSON Office Asst I D O an MY PITTS Band BI 2 4 u Teac ers Hu Times J a obule HISIOVIC oc e u Orc es ra UI a Scroll 4 VIRGINIA PLEASANT Spanish Club 2 R p C uncul 2 Spec al Chorus 3 and 4 Nat Hon Soc 4 NADINE TKA Offnc Asst I Yo Ta a ees Spams C u achers I and I6 ou Mon: or TOMMY RE AULD POCASE Fur Arts Club Playl 4 Fan Randlette Ar n Soc 4 Mobule Historic Soc 3 an CLAUS POEHL MAN Office Asst 2 Teacher s Asst I Four Arts Club 2 4 Mob le Hlstorlc Soc 4 .43. 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Club 3 d 4 . . . - 'W JIM , ' r , A- f , F t. h I, ' A 2 nd 9 4, M ' ' ' S . 3, Bibl Cl b 3, h t IA-31, Q 'Il nd . . , ' , e . 1x o . ' , . E ,... , . , Q 4g PLO , ' 9 . 44, pp K 4, 'h I b 2, N- , Fut. Te 2, AII4 d Y th I, It I . , . 1' F VV I I N . , o L , I X Ho . . , I I ' . d 4 . . . - PEGGY JANE PAYE POLK, D O. Club 4, Bible Club 3 . JACQUELINE POOLE, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Not. Hon Soc. 4 . , LEO GERALD POSE, Monitor 2 and 3, Rep. Council 4, Spanish Club 2, Core Club I PHILLIP CARL POSEY, Special Chorus Oporetta 3 and 4, Madrigal Singers 4, Select Chair 3, Bond A I4, Orchestra I4, Music Club 4, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Rep, Council I and 4, Gate Club 2, Bible Club 4, Chapel Com 3 and 4, Nat Hon Soc 4 . BILLY GILBERT POWELL, Visual Erl T4 CAROLE PATRICIA POWELL, Jr Red Cross 3, Teacher's Asst 3, Nat Hon Soc 4 , DOROTHY POWELL, O B E 4, Swimming Club 3 and 4 V Pres 3 , Fut Teachers lf4 Hist 4, Allied Youth l-4, Office Asst I-3, Teachers Asst. 3, Bible Club I3, Hi Times 3, Mobile Historic Sac. 2, Monitor Lost and Found 2, Riding Club I ELIZABETH POWELL, Rep Council l, Spanish Club 2, Library Asst 2, O. B, E 4 CHARLIE PRATER, Allied Youth 3, Fut Engineers 3 . GLENDA ANN PRICE, D O Club 3 and 4, Girls Alh Assn. I . . MARILYN PRICE, Riding Club lf3, Girls' Ath Assn. I-3, Bible Club I-3, Fut Teachers 2 and 3, Allied Youth 2 and 3 . . , EDNA PRINCE, Fut Nurses 3, D O Club 3 and 4 , , JOYCE PRINCE, Mohian 4, Fur. Teachers I-4, Four Arts Club 4, Psycfi Club 4, Teachers Asst. 3 and 4, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Spanish Club I and 2, Girls' Ath. Assn I, Ncit. Hon SOC 4 . . MYRICK E. PROUTY, Special Chorus 3 and 4, Football I, Monitor 4, Teach:-r's Asst. 4 , . . EVELYN PUCKETT, O B E 3 and 4, Bible Club 2 and 3, Allied su Y? bg ,- 'L'x Deck the cor with Murphy colors Youth 2, Teachers Asst, 2 . . ROBERT PUCKETT . . EARL PUGH, Fut. Engineers I-4, Monitor 3, Teachers Asst 2 and 3, Jr. Red Cross 2 . . VERA PUGH, Yo Tappa Kees 4 . ANN QUARLES, Mohicn 3 and 4 Literary Ed. 4 , Jr. Speakers' Bureau 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4 Secy 4, Special Chorus Operetta 3 and 4, Special Chorus Trio 3, Select Choir 3, Four Arts Club I-4 'Plays 3 and 4 Bible Club 3, Chapel Com 3 ond 4, Spanish Club 2, Riding Club I and 2, Quill and Scroll 4 . . . JACK RADCLIFFE, Nat, Hon. Soc. 3, Chess Club lCor. Secy.- 4 . . . JIMMIE RAMEY, "M" Club I-4, Baseball Varsity IA4, Core Club 2 . . -'-' nr- l 'we . - , a I l N-of ,, QI, 4' "' v 5 U "' . 'N , S013 1- 9' xxyy 'E' he-gf . QI., ,,.,. yi' ' fe , i 4. -. , 1 '4 if - 7 Polk Poole Pose Posey Powell Powell Powell Powell Prater Price Price Prince Prince Prouty puke" PUCIWN Push P'-19l'1 Quarles Rodclitfe Ramey .49. 'K K, 'Qs 5 'Y bi 2 - sr 1 . Pte' ,, T7 'un-L Ray Rayford Reasonover Reinhart Rice Richardson Ricks Rigby Robinson Rockwell Rodriguez Rollings Rembert Revel Reynolds Ripps Roberts Roberts Ross Rouse Rowell lie Senior- PAT RAY, Library Asst, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Teachers Asst, 3, Fut. Teachers l, Four Arts Club T, Monitor l . . . COLLEEN RAYFORD, Teocher's Asst. 1, Monitor fHall 3, Yo Tappc Kees 4 . . , CLYDE REASONOVER, Special Chorus Operettai 3 and 4 . , . JOAN DENEENE FEINHART, Psych. Club V, Pres. 3, Office Asst. 3, Bible Club l and 2, Core Club Rep. 2, All Girls' Council l, Rep. Council l . , DORIS REMBERT, D. O Club 3 and 4, Te-ache-r's Asst. 4 . . . ANGELYN REVEL, Governing Council fClass V Pres. 4, Four Arts Club 2-4, Yo Toppa Kees Reporter' 4, Jr. Red Cross 3 and 4 iPres. 3, Treas. 4, Hi Times 2-4, Quill and Scroll 4, Not. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . CHARLES D. REYNOLDS, Special Chorus 2-4, Monitor Yard' 4, Rep. Council 2, Allied Youth 2 . . . JANE RICE, Swimming Club 3 and 4, Four Arts Club TY4, Bible Club 1-4, Fut. Teachers 3 and 4, Monitor 'Lockeri 4, Argument Inc. 3, Allied Youth 2-4, Monitor +'Hall' 2 . . CAROLYN RICHARDSON, D. O. Club 4, Teacher's Asst. 3 . ANN SHIRLEY RICKS, O. B, E. 4, Rep. Council 4, Four Arts Club l-4, Teacher's Asst. 3 and 4, Office Asst. 3, All Girls' Council l . . . DELORIS RIGBY, All Girls' Council T, Gate Club l, Library Asst. l-3, Core Club l and 2, Yo Tappa Kees 3, Four Arts Club 4, Hi Times 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Nat Hon. Soc 4 . . . HARRIET RIPPS, Jr. Red Cross l and 2, Bookkeeper 4, Four Arts Club 2-4, Fut. Teachers 4, Spanish Club 2, Teacher's Asst l, Nat, Hon. SOC. 4 . . . JOE ROBERTS . . . KATHERINE LOUISE ROBERTS, All Girls' Council 2 ond 3, Jr. Red Cross 2 and 3, Monitor l, Bible Club l, Allied Youth l and 2, Psych. Club 3 and 4 . . . lSABELLA ROBINSON , . . WILMA ROCKWELL, Fut. Teachers T-4, Special Chorus 3 and 4, All Girls' Council 3, Riding Club 1 and 2, Bible Club T-3, Office Asst. 3 and 4, Four Arts Club 2-4, Allied Youth 1 and 2, Argument Inc. 3, Psych. Club 4 , . . BEVERLY RODRIGUEZ, Bible Club l and 2, All Girls' Council 'I-3 YV. Pres. 3i, Hi Times 3 and 4 :Bookkeeper 3, Bus. Mgr, 41, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4 V Pres 4 , Not. Hon. Soc. 4 . . , RUTH MARIE ROLLINGS, Core Club l and 2, Bible Club l, D. O. Club wil 3 and 4 . . . MOLLY ANN ROSS, Y-Teens lf4 'Pres, 3 and 42, J f Four Arts Club l-4 lPlay 31, Teacher's Asst l'4, Monitor 3 and 4, 3 Office Asst. 3 and 4, All Girls' Council l-4, Spanish Club 2, ji, Allied Youth l-4, Fut. Teachers 3, Bible Club l-4, Psych. Club 4 j Z . . EDGAR RUSSELL ROUSE, Mohian 4, Mobile Historic Soc. .50. l-4, Spanish Club 2 ond 3, Chess Club 4, Teachers Asst. l-4, Inter-Club Council 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . JANICE ROWELL, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Mojcrette 1-4, Monitor vHolli 3 and 4 . , . BILLY ROY, Fut Engineers l and 2, Monitor l and 2, Visual Ed l ond 2, Teachers Ass' l4, Hi Times Rep 3 and 4 . . JERE RUSH, Psych Club Tre-as 4 MlRIAM DEANNA RUSH, Girls Ath Assn l and 2, D O, Club 4, Rep Council 2 and 3, Yo lappo Kees 3, Monitor Holl 2 and 3, Visual Ed 3, Open uppoloflxo JAMES RUTHERFORD DORlS lDELLA SAGARS, Riding Club l ond 2, Latin Club 3 and 4, Monitor 'Locker 2, Monitor 3 Psych Club 3 and 4, Hi Times Rep 4, Teacher's Asst. 3 MILDRED SANFORD, Fut Teachers T, Four Arts Club T4, All Girls' Council T3, Special Chorus 24 Pres 4 , Select Choir 24 Pres 3, Chordettes 4, Operetta 3 and 4, Allied Youth 3. Teacher s Asst 3 and 4, Music Club 4, Yo Toppo Kees 4 . SUE CARROLL SAVAGE, Fut Nurses 2f4, Nurse's Asst. 3 ond 4, Monitor Gym- 2, Allied Youth 2, Teacher's Asst. 2 , LOIS SAVELL, Psych Club 4, Te-ache-r's Asst l and 3, Nat Hon. Soc 4 . SARAH RUTH SAWYER, Office Asst 3, School Bookkeeper 4, Yo Toppo Kees 4, Cort- Club 3 and 4, Nat Hon Soc 4 JOEL SAXON, D O Club 3 and 4 DAVID SCARBOROUGH, Band l 4 All State A, 2 4, B, l , Gate Club 4, Orchestra 3, Teachers Asst 3, Spanish Club 2, Jr Red Cross 2 . . MARY HILDA SCARCLIFF, D O Club 4, Fut. Nurses, Office Asst., Nurse's Aid, Core Club JANE SCHREINER, Bible Club l-3, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Rep, Council l and 3 Hi Times Rep. 2, Teachers Asst 2, Argument lnc. 3, Monitor Hall 3, Class Secy 4, Gov- erning Council 4 . CHARLOTTE SCOTT . , . CAROLYN SEGARS, Quill and Scroll 3 and 4, Yo Toppa Kees 4, Hi Times Assf. Adv Mgr 3, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Bible Club l and 2, Mobile Historic Soc. 2 SANDRA SESSIONS, Quill and Scroll ,, M, , , A 3 r 5 ,I in ii H . f f I N ' . x Pb Q' 'vw wk 2 On tlw prowl 3, Allied Youth T-4, Rep, Council 2, Hi Times Bus. Staff 2, Jr. Red Cross 4, O. B. E. 4, Monitor 3, Teachers Asst 2-4, Mobile Historic Soc. 2 and 4 . . . MURRAY SHEFFIELD, 'MH Club 3 and 4, Mobile Historic Soc. 2, City Youth Govt. 3, Plays 3 and 4, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Football Trainer 3 and 4 ROBERT EARL SHELDT, Argument Inc, 3, Debate Team 3 . HARRISON BENTLEY SHERLOCK, Rep. Council 2 and 4, Ushers Club 3 and 4, Mobile Historic Soc. 3 and 4 V. Pres. 4, Chess Club iPres. 4, BOBBY ARVEL Science Club 4, Monitor 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . SHOULDERS, Youth Govt. 3, Nat. Hon Soc, 4 , . SHREVES, Football B 2, Basketball B 2 . . , f-an 4 Q,- QU .il 4 ': P X X Y -F' Segars Rush Rush Rutherford Sagars Sanford Savage Roy Sawyer Saxon Scarborough Scarcliff Schreiner Scot Savell Sessions Sheffield Sheldt Sherlock Shoulders Shrexes u u i 'sv bm F.. 1 3 3 , -eff? ' 2 r ' - , I I X I' f I Z N Q01 Simmons Sims Singletary Sirmon Sirmon Slz more Slaughter Smith Smith Smith Smit1 Smith Smith Sowell Spottswoad Stain Stanley Steber lie Senzvr KEITH SIMMONS . . . BOBBY SIMS . . . GRACE MINNETTE SINGLETARY, Core Club I and 2, Jr. Red Cross I, Teacher's Asst. 2-4, Monitor I and 3 . . . JOSEPH VICTOR SIRMON, Foot- ball 244, "M" Club 3 and 4, Hi Times Rep. I and 4, Core Club 2, Monitor 'Yurdi 2-4 . , . MARTHA LORRAINE SIRMON, Core Club I and 2, Core Executive I and 2, Spanish Club 2, All Girls' Council 3, Rep. Council l and 2, Bible Club I, Hi Times Rep. 2, O. B. E. '5ecy,J 4, Monitor 3 and 4, Special Chorus 3 and 4 . . . CAROL LEE SIZEMORE, D. O. Club 4, Core Club 'I and 2, Nat. Hon Soc. 4 . , . ELLEN SKAUG, Exchange Student from Norway, Fut. Teachers 4, Argument Inc. 4, French Club 4 . . . LENORA SLAUGHTER, Special Chorus fOperettar 274, Music Club 4, Fut. Teachers I-4, Four Arts Club I-4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Psych. Club 3 and 4, Argument Inc, 2 and 3, Bible Club I-3, Spanish Club 2, Madrigal Singers 4, Music Librarian 3 and 4, Allied Youth 3, Red Cross 3, Not. Hon. Soc. 4 . . , CHARLES Q3 wi' C' Y Cu I ANN STANLEY Tachers Asst 24 F , 47 I J M CI I in Asst I4 Fut Nurses A 'I 'zum 4' JERRY STEINER, Ushers Club 3 and 4, Allied Youth I und 2, lfify Llulz 3 and 4, Fut Engineers 3, Library Asst. I and 2, Spanish Club 2 and 3, Teaf.her's Asst. I and 2 . . . DOROTHY STEVENS, Governing Councl 'Class Secyi I and 2, Four Arts Club I4 , JANE STEVENS, Hi Times 3, Jr, Red Cross T, Riding Club I and 2, Bible Club 3, Allied Youth 2 , . , CARROL ROBERT STEWART, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Hi-Y I-4 1ChopIin 3, Visual Ed I and 2, Allied Youth 2, Jr, Red Cross 4, Hi Times Rep 2 THOMAS WAYNE STILES , . . MARY NELL STOKES, Governing Council Treos.i 4, Rep. Council 3 ond 4, All Girls' Council I and 2, Bible Club If4, Spanish Club 3, Special Chorus Open-tta 3 and 4, Music Club 4, Fut. Teachers 4, Four Arts Club I4 iPIoy 4i, Select Choir 3, Nat. Hon. Soc 4 . . . NANCY CAROLYN STOKES, Core Club 2, Allied Youth 2, Bible Club 2, Monitor I EDWARD STONE, Stage Crew I, Band I-4 IB-I, A 24-, French Club 2-4, Allied Youth 3 and 4, Ushers' Club 4, Teachers Asst. 3, Orchestra 3 and 4, Mohian 4, Mobile Historic Soc 4 . EMILY STONE, Rep, Council I ond 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Special Chorus Operetto 3 and 4, Spanish Club 2, Hi Times Rep 2, Teachers Asst 4 GAIL DELORES STRINGER, Four Arts Club I-4 iPIav 3', Fut, Nurses I3, Allied Youth I and 2, Nurses Asst. IA4, Psych, Club 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Science Club 2 . JOHN STRINGFELLOW . . . FRANCES MARIE STRIPLING, Spanish Club 2, Special Chorus IOperettai 3, Girls' Ath. Assn. l . . GRACE E. STROECKER, Teai.her's Asst. 4 . . . ELIZABETH SULLIVAN, Psych. Club 4, Yo Tappo Kees 4, Mobile Historic SOC 4 WARREN D, SUMRALL, Band A I-4 'All State 2'4., Ushers' Club 3 and 4, 'Seo Notes" 4, Orchestra 2-4, Teacher's Asst 3 . BARBARA JEAN SUTTLE, Core Club I and 2, Core Club Rep 2, Teacher's Asst, 3, O. B. E. 4 . . . LIDA INGE SWAFY out in Ns... eo- . X In if , if Modeling for the big dcy"l FORD, Nat. Hon. Sac. 3 and 4, Not. Forensic League 3 and 4, Ala. Jr. Academy of Science, First Place Paper 3, Scholarship to Roscoe B. Jackson Mem. Lab. 3, Argument Inc. I-4 Treas. 3 and 41, Four Arts Club 2-4, French Club 3 and 4, Science Club 3 and 4 iPres, 42, Inter-Club Council 4, Debate Team I-4, Teocher's Asst. I-4, Welfare Store 3 and 4 . . . IMOGENE SWIFT, Monitor 2 and 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Girls' Ath. Assn. 3, Y-Teens 2 . . . MARJORIE SWIFT, Mahiun tAsst. Art Ed,1 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Governing Council LSr. Class Rep.i 4, Fan Randlette Art Hon. Soc. 3 and 4 LV, Pres. 41, French Club 3 and 4 lTreas. 41, Argument Inc. 4, Rep. Council 4 . , . GEORGE W. TATE, Science Club 3 and 4, Fut. Engineers IA4, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Gate Club 3 and 4, Bible Club 3, Allied Youth 3, Argument Inc. 3 , , , CECIL TAYLOR, Teacher's Asst, I-4 . . . Vi-4+ ggi! g . A t. ., Y Steiner Stevens Stevens Steward Stiles Stokes Stokes Stonc Stone Stringer Stringfellow Stripling Stroecker Sullivan Sumrall Suttle Swofford Swift Swift Tate Taylor 53- 1..- fl N T Taylor Teel Tesney Tew Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomasson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Tillman Timonin Tisdale Todd Townsend Travis Trent Ylne Senior PAT TAYLOR, Bible Club 4, Monitor flockerl 4, Yo Tappa Keys 4, Nurse's Asst. 3, Fut. Teachers 2, Teacher's Asst. I and 2 . . . BARBARA JEAN TEEL, O. B. E. 4, Allied Youth 2, Teocher's Asst, 2 and 3 . . . FRED TESNEY, Allied Youth I-4, Hi-Y I-4, Science Club 4, Monitor 2-4, Jr. Red Cross 2 and 3, Cheer- leader 3 . . . JERRY TEW, Monitor I-4, Teacher's Asst. I-3, Fut. Engineers T, Hi Times Rep. I-3, Core Club I and 2 . . . BERNICE THOMAS, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Fut. Nurses 3 . , . CARL THOMAS, +V"- 1,'o .54. Keep 'em Rolling Club I and 2, Cate. Asst. I-4 , , , CHARLES E. THOMAS . . . JACK THOMAS, Football I-4, Track I-4 , . , ROYCE THOMAS . . . ROBERT THOMASSON, Mohian 4 , . . CLARENCE EARL THOMPSON, JR,, Keep 'em Rolling Club 3 and 4 KTreas. 4l, Bible Club 3 and 4, Hi Times 3 and 4, Psych. Club 4, Teacher's Asst. I and 2 . , . JAMES FREDERICK THOMPSON, Not. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Ushers' Club 4, Science Club 4 . . MARIE THOMPSON, Jr. Red Cross I, Core Club T, Allied Youth 2, Bible Club 2, Four Arts Club 2'4, Yo Tappo Kees 4, Teucher's Asst. 3 , . . WILLIAM CARL THOMPSON, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Special Chorus 2-4 fTreas. 4, Operetta 2-41, Select Choir 3, Teocher's Asst. 3 and 4, Four Arts Club I-4, Allied Youth I and 2, Bible Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Hi Times Rep. 2, Monitor I . . . HARRIETTE TILLMAN . . , IVAN MALCOLM TIMONIN, Rep. Council 2, French Club 2, Monitor CFIogJ 2 and 3, Four Arts Club 3 and 4 lPlay 31, Mobile Historic Soc. 3 and 4, Latin Club 4, Chess Club IV. Pres.l 4 . . . MARION E. TISDALE, Bond A 3 and 4, State Band Festival 3, Science Club 4 . . . MARY TODD, Bible Club I-3, Allied Youth 'I-3, Mobile Historic Soc. I and 2, Welfare Store 3 and 4, Special Chorus 3 and 4, Spanish Club 2, All Girls' Council 'l-4 . . . SANDRA LYNNE TOWNSEND, Allied Youth 3 and 4, Bible Club 3 and 4, Teocher's Asst. 4, Monitor fLoclcerf 3, Nat. Hon. Soc, 4 . . . DORIS TRAVIS, A. and V. Office Asst. 3 and 4, All Girls' Council I-4 Ur. Secy. 31, Gate Club I-3, Fut. Nurses 2 and 3, Hi Times 3 . . . ANNIE TRENT, Hi Times 4, Bible Club 2 and 3, Y-Teens 3 . . FREDDIE GLEN TRIPLETT, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Hi-Y T and 2, Hi Times Rep. 2, Teocher's Asst. 3, Jr. Red Cross 3, Rep. Council l . . . LEON TRIPPE . . . THOMAS J. TROTT . . . GAYNELL TUCKER, Jr. Red Cross l and 2, Gate Club 2, D. O. Club 3, Fut. Nurses 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Hi Times Rep. 4 , , . HERBERT RUSSELL TURNER, Mohian 4, Nat. Hon, Soc, 4 . , . MARY JOE TURNER, Teacher's Asst, l-4, Fut. Nurses 3 and 4, Office Asst. 3, Gale Club l and 2 . . . KENDALL VANCE, O. B. E. 4 . . . JEAN FRANCES VICK, Allied Youth l and 2, Bible Club l-4, Monitor lHalll 3, Homecoming Court 2-4 CQueen 41, Riding Club l, Azalea Trail 4 . . , BARBARA ANN VOGEL, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3 und 4, Monitor lCafe.l 4, Teocher's Asst. 2 and 3, Office Asst. 3, Rep. Council 3 . , , KATHERINE VROCHER, Riding Club l, Four Arts Club l-4, Hi Times Rep. 4, D. O, Club 3 and 4, Jr, Red Cross 3 . . . ANN WADLOW, Core Club l, Monitor lLockerJ 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . EMMETTE PHILLIP WAITE, Fut. Engineers 3 , , . DONALD GENE WALDON, Football lVarsityl 3 and 4, "M" Club 4, Monitor, Keep 'em Rolling Club 'l and 2 . . . KlT WALDON, Ushers' Club 3 and 4 . . . BOB WALKER, Four Arts Club I-4, Spanish Club l-3, Speech Workshop l, Mobile Historic Soc. 4, Hi Times Rep. 4, Jr. Red Cross 'l-3, Monitor llost and Foundl l-3, Chess Club 4, Teucher's Asst. 'l and 2 . . . NANCY NASH WALL, Mohion 3 and 4 fAsst, Soc. 3 and 4, Fon Rondlette Art Hon. Soc. Ed. 41, Nat. Hon, 3 and 4, French Club l-4 lSecy. 2, Pres. 3l, Library Asst. 4, Teacher's Asst. l-3, Jr, Red Cross 3, All Girls' Council l, Quill and Scroll 4 . . . w ,N 4 , x ...X Y ia. 4 i . . 'How come every time they rut the alass we have salad the next day?" JACKIE WALLACE, Fut. Engineers 2, Band A l and 2, Hi Times l and 2, Football 3 CB CB Team! 2, Homecoming 'l-4, Monitor 2 and 3, Teacher's Asst. Team l and 2, Varsity 31, Basketball Court 4 , . . MARY LYNN WALLER, Asst. 3, Latin Club 3 and 4, Nat. Hon. Fut, Teachers l-3, Office Soc. 4 . . . BILL WALLEY, Hi Times 3 and 4 fAsst. . JANICE WALLEY, Bible Club 'l, D. O. Club 3 and 4, All Girls' Council 3, Miss D, O. 3 . , . GARY WALP, Spanish Club 2, Baseball l and 2, Basketball 3 and 4, Ushers' Club 4, Teacher's Asst., "M" Club 3 and 4 . . . Core Club l and 2, Rep. Council 2, Sports Ed, 4i, Quill and Scroll 4 . . K. Triplett Trippe Trott Tucker Turner Turner Vance Vick Vogel Vrocher Wadlow Waite Waldon Waldon Walker Wall Wallace Waller Walley Walley Walp 55' tr i Waltman Ward Ward Warden Weiss Weldy Wells West White Wiggins Wilkins Wilkinson lll. . f Q .1 an x' " 2 1 . Q ,sk .. ,.-4 ' Y . Mk I Wasden Watkins Watkin Weston Whigham Whigham Willard Williams Williams 7lze Senior JAMES WALTMAN, Football I-4, Monitor lYordl 4, Track 3 and 4 . . . CAROLYN WARD, Special Chorus 2, French Club I and 2, D. O. Club 3 ond 4, Fut. Nurses 3, Four Arts Club I and 2 . . . ROSE MARY WARD, Office Asst. I and 2 . . . KATHLEEN WARDEN, Mohian 4, Not. Hon. Soc. 3 and 4, Gov- erning Council lSr. Rep.l 4, Four Arts Club I-4, Fut. Teachers I-4 IV. Pres. 49, Allied Youth I-3, Bible Club 2 and 3, Mobile Historic Soc. 2, Rep. Council 2 and 3, Riding Club I, Jr. Red Cross I and 2, Teacher's Asst. 3 , . . JAMES WASDEN . . . MARY ALICE WATKINS, All Girls' Council I-4, Four Arts Club 3 and 4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Fut. Teachers 4, Monitor 3, Fut. Nurses 3, Girls' Ath. Assn, 2, Allied Youth I, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . RUSTY WATKINS, Fut. Teachers I-4, Allied Youth I-4, Bible Club 2-4, Psych. Club 4, Rep. Council 3 and 4, Special Chorus 4, Office Asst. 'I and 2, Four Arts Club I-4 lPlay 3 and 43, Mobile -.ggi-1, f ' I 6, -J 'W ' n I I 1 l E N ,, '14 ' ga: 37" V V ' R' 221' -.-4, -56. Historic Soc. 2, Teacher's Asst. 2-4, Jr, Red Cross 2, Welfare Store 2-4 . . . ANN WEISS, Fut. Teachers 2 and 3, Gate Club I and 2, Mobile Historic Soc. 3, Allied Youth 2 and 3, Bible Club I-3, Monitor I-3, Core Club I and 2, Argument Inc. 3 . , . WAYNE WELDY, Monitor lHalII 2, Monitor lYordJ 3, Teocher's Asst. 3, Hi-Y 3 and 4 lSgt, at Arms 43, "M" Club 2-4, Basketball lMgr.I 2, Football IBD 2, Rep. Council 4 . . . CAROL GENE WELLS, Bible Club I-3, Mobile Historic Soc. 2, Teacher's Asst. I-4, Monitor 2, Riding Club I, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . LORNA MARIE WEST, Inter-Club Council 3 and 4, Spanish Club I and 2, Girls. Ath. Assn. I-4 lSecy. 3, Pres. 45, Swimming Club 4, Teacher's Asst, 2 . . . JOHN FULLER WESTON, Key Club I-4, "M" Club I-4, Visual Ed. 2, Football Mgr, I and 4, Baseball Mgr. I and 2, Rep. Council I-3, Governing Council lClassl 2 . . . KENNETH WHIG- HAM, Football 3 . . . MARYLYN WHIGHAM, Governing Council lTreos.J 2, Four Arts Club, Special Chorus, Teacher's Asst. I, Psych. Club 3, Allied Youth 2 . . . JAMES CECIL WHITE, Core Club I and 2, Hi Times Rep. I, Teocher's Asst. I ond 4, Monitor 2 CHARLES A. WIGGINS, Core Club I and 2, Visual Ed. 3 BILLY WILKINS, Band A I-3, Hi-Y 2, D. O. Club 3 and 4, Council 3, Teacher's Asst. I and 2, Hi Times Rep. 2 . . . ANNA DELL WILKINSON, Monitor llockerl 3, Fut. Nurses I . . . BARBARA WILLARD, Monitor CHQIIJ 3, Special Chorus 4 . . . BARBARA ANN WILLIAMS, Core Club I and 2, Monitor I, Teocher's Asst. I . . . JAMES WILLIAMS, "M" Club I-4, Track Mgr. I, Basketball Mgr. I . . . Rep. ' Q-..,fBl., JAMES C WILLIAMS, Cori- Club I and 2, Monitor 2 -:nd 3. Yo Tappa Kees 4 . . . FLOYD WILSON, Teachers Asst. I and 2, D. O, Club 4 JESSE WILLIAMS , JIMMY VANDER Jr, Red Cross 2, Rep. Council I and 2, Hi-Y 3 and 4 Treas. 3, WILLIAMS, Mohian Sports Erl 4, Governing Council Sr Class Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . JOYCE ANN WILSON, Four Arts Club Rep' 4, Rep Council IV4, Hi'Y 2-4 V. Pres, 2, Pres 3 and 4 , I IV4, Library Asst. I and 2, Library Club I, Fut, Nurses I-3, Allied Argument Inc, 4, Inter Club Council 2-4, Ushers' Club 3 and 4, Youth 2, Hi Times Rep. I, Hi Times Typist 3, Psych. Club 3 and 4, Bible Club I-3, Spf-cial Chorus 'Operettai 2 and 3, Murphy- Teacher! Asst. I, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 . . . SYLVIA JEAN WILSON, Vigor Exchange 3 , . JOSEPH THOMAS WILLIAMS, M' Club D, O. Club 4, Fan Randlette Art Hon. Soc. 3 . . DAVID 24 Pres. 4, Fut Teachers 2'-1, Monitor Yard, Baseball Varsity WOODRUFF , . . BAYNE WOODSON, Psych. Club 3, Band A 24, Argument Inc 2 and 3, Core- Club I4 MARY BERNA- 3 and 4 . . . BILL W. 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K This adaptation of Robert Burns' famous couplet may make many a literary spine cringe, but to the members of Murphy's band, it is "Uncle Claude's" strict and stern motto for musician- ship. It seems that Mr. Claude J. Dahmer's hopeful maxim has been pursued and attained, for this year each bandsman has striven for improvement and balance. The change could be noticed when the fast and high- stepping unit took to the field between halves at the home foot- ball games and in Moss Point and Dothan. But precision march- ing, unusual lighting effects, and snappy formations had to yield to the good music. The opportunity came to prove their mu- sicianship when twenty-two bandsmen won medals in the Sev- .90. .L l'I,I McClaryg Trumpets: Arcl, Dunn, McDullie, Marlar, Miller, Mclean, Cornet: Coggin, Trumpet: Williamson, Baritone: Covang Clarinet: McPherson, Barilones: Gardner, Robesongt ROW 5 -- Bell Lyre: Greer, Siurua, Covirigtong Trumpet: Sumrall, Cornet: Merrillg Trumpet: Morris, Cornet: Hillj Timpani: Lundy, Bass: Morris, Snare Drum: Coggin, Stone, Rollins, Gilsang Cymbals: Harrisong Bass Drum: Barefieldf ROW 6 Drum Major, Clarinet: Crowellg Majorettes: Glasgow, Rowell, Holman, Bates, Hall, Head Majorette: Copeland, Bass: Thompson, Snare Drum: Persons, Bass: Guinng Snare- Drum. Cessna, Bass: Morris. Rlzapsoalisfs in Blue , , enth District Band Festival and twelve won them in the All-State Festival. At the State Band Contest, the band received an "ex- cellent" rating and ranked third in all the state. Mobile points with pride to the Murphy band marching down the street. It marched on Southern Band Day, played at the Mississippi Southern-Villanova game and paraded six times during Mardi Gras. The Mobile Bears were welcomed home and the United Fund was supported with march strains. The band also played at the lighting of the Azalea Trail in Me- morial Pork. Eight members were chosen to augment the Mobile Opera GuiId's orchestra. A fitting climax to the year was presented in the form of a concert in May, which verified the fact that ninety teen-agers can perfect their ability to that of a top-ranking musician. .914 il A light, modern story set to lilting, carefree music, "The Belle ol Bagdad" gave the audience a pleasant evening. Dick Taylor, with two aviator pals, has been sent to Bagdad in search of a girl known only by the beautiful amulet she wears around her neck. Also in Bagdad is Mrs. McCann, new American consul, her daugh- ter, Elsa, and Elsa's friend, Anne. With the help of Jewel, the Caliph's youngest and loveliest daughter, the girls and the avia- tors soon become acquainted. Lord Archie Fitzgibbons is currently in Bagdad also, running away from Henrietta Whipstitch. Rumors of a plot against the Caliph have led the chief of police, Ali Ben el Mustapha, to order the arrest ot every person carrying a camera. Ali finds Lord Archie with the aviators' camera and immediately arrests him. Mrs. McCann demands a tair trial, during which the real assassin plants a bomb "right under the southwest corner" ot the Caliph's chair. Bob and Bill see it in time, toss it off-stage, and the real assassin is caught. Dick discovers that Jewel wears the amulet he seeks. He has found his movie star Cond his lovej, and all ends well as he "rings his Belle." op to bottom: The Marines have landed, and the situation is well n hand. lm counting the hours since I met you Bow down, bow down!" Just remember l'm a consul from the U. S. A." The Belle 0 Bczgolacl The Special Chorus presented its annual operetta this year for a special purpose: all proceeds went toward paying the debt owed for band uniforms. Producing an operetta is always hard work, but this year students rendered multiple services in aiding production. Fan Randlette Art Honor members designed and painted the stage set. Helping Miss Fitz with make-up were Jane Cowles, Donna Booker, and Jackie Eichold. Merla Higgins drew the cover for the program, and Merry Fields gave much time and effort to directing the many colorful dances. Even some of the costumes were made by students. Of course maior credit for the successful performance goes to Miss Fitz, who almost wore herself out saying "Smile!", to Frances Martin, whose willing fingers nearly dropped off from going over and over a song "just once more", and to Mrs. Peter, whose face took on a look of consternation more than once as she put all her energy into directing the chorus, only to have them gaze, not at her, but at the swaying dancers. All these talents harmonized in making "The Belle of Bagdad" a rollicking success. Too to bottom: "These are my daughters, Rose and lily "Lcveliest lady of the screen "Here is our royal favorite Zelinda "Climbing the ladder of love 'QS' You ani? Talee It llfffflz You , E - a A' '41 i -N-. I Dear Miss Sycamore, I love you, l love ll you have some not cheese and There was a young lady from Wheeling . . . you, l love youl' sour cream, Ill make some blintles. oaooohl "You can't take it with you!" So said Grandpa, lov- able head of the oddly talented Sycamore family. These words of wisdom were directed to Mr. Anthony Kirby, a Wall Street tycoon, and father of Alice 5ycamore's beau, Tony, Grandpa took his own advice, and used the ex- pression as a sort of unwritten code for life, as did the rest of the family. Penny, engrossed in writing one of her innumerable unfinished plays, Paul, living and breathing "You can mail a letter all the way to Nicaragua now for only two pesetosf' his fireworksp Essie, always, always dancing to the accom- paniment of Ed's xylophoneg and Alice, the only normal member of the family W these were the members of the Sycamore family. But in spite of many complications, all ended well, Alice got her man, and even Mr. Kirby ac- cepted Grandpa's belief that "life is kind of beautiful if you let it come to you." 'But you would inalre le great wrestler . . . " B I tv 1 ,,: -iff" , af-I-rf" v V, 'You want me to open a window, Mis Wellington? 'Tonight we shall really work, my Povlovo, Five hundred Black Panthers, three hundred Willow Trees, and 'Mr. Anthony .l, Kirby, of Kirby and Company, was among eight dozen Junior Kiddie Bombers those apprehended." But you can take it with you, that is, the memories. What member ot the cost could ever forget the pained expression on Mr. de Pinna's face when someone innocently informed him that his "bold head" was a different color from his forehead, or the tear that Penny had of Groucho's iumping out ot her lap, scrambling over the footlights, and A making a mad dash through the audience. These, ond many more were the unforgettable things, the things we con take with us. You'd think with forty monks and one girl, something would happen!" l , my-rg -u G .QM , gg , f 1 2 551. ,Q I . P ,y 5' af E 5 We 'K Q 1 ' iq Q ,J KL ' L' P If I tx A3 5' 4 v , 'J Q ii Q .- x A if X 1 Y! QQ Al 5 4, Bib X Qwegg , f!l4i,f is M, Q , L X 1 I ,f 1 "5 4 Af' I wish him weflf Epilogue Prince Murtf ond the Golux went golumph- ing ibut thot's Lewis Corrolll back to the costfe . . . The clocks come to life with o tick ond then o ticking . . . Susonlindo cmd Prince Murff rode close together to the blessed isles of ever after . . . The Todol gleeped . . . That was the end of the Duke . , . And the 1955 Mohicln topped all others in subscription sales. xr 0-in Niualenf if Cou l1Ci Bumper checlcs tlie booksg Miss Franlzen, Wilmer, Cecil, and Carolvn go over council records. Murphy's always active Student Council hit a real climax ot worthwhile activities in the '54-'55 term. A highly successful campaign for the One Fund drive took place in the tall under council sponsorship. A 5600 goal was reached. The same professional money-mak- ing tactics were used in the spring in cooperation with the P.T.A. to earn over 53500 to pay for band uni- forms. Christmas was a high point in the council's school spirit category of proiects. Santa came to distribute goodies to Murphy students, and Christmas music and seasonal devotions became a part of the school atmos- phere. In answer to Polio's call the council put on a Car Wash in January. More than one hundred cars were washed one Saturday to earn more than 5120 tor this cause. Delegates from Murphy's council at- tended two conventions: the S.A.S.C. met in Jackson, Lee and Sandra serve ice cream to other council membersg Cora .lane and .lane tally voter: lor senior speakers, Mississippi, in November and the A.A.S.C. in Birming- ham in April. The campus received a tace-lifting in April when the council took a service project of con- ducting a Clean-up campaign. Students cooperated wonderfully, and if was a great success. The money earned from daily ice cream sales was spent toward the building of a recreational area for Murphy. lt will add to the school a center for club and class activities. Fa 'Ming litter-bug on sidewall: are Corky, Ronnie, and Ge in Freshman elfecion. Kathy, Jimmy, and Angle put clean-u poster in Main Hall. milfs Smit nie, Jimmy and Katie ware' azaleas in fron' of school. .QQ. Fred, Marian, and Mary Nell record volcs arch 11 In - I 1 ,ll , x J ' 'll l . . ,WIP x. X' . 4.-cf -'If A .1 1 ,- . . ,N . ,N ,X ' ..,'y7V ' .cf N'- . . V1 x-'wh K J 1-0-ll A K . ' U15 h l . ,A l wh 1 , 4 , H ' WIN XXJ-1' , 1 ' ilu 4-,4-il-4 'F' Ra 1955 -X ha: . said tha am-y Zur: will your tl adm-Hiurn-7 'xr-rch a 111 U17 if IUFU, 1 victim of that L1 ,ng ff'VQr J' YUL all mtv this lifr three month? L4 oples who ring, lqoofed. 1' Teutonic word te" is one dm WOF p out of v time W V our x ve qvo w1J1 for be L1 if many W oets 111 I' and write at spr .rs h mg is thz ing Sc-asun of thr- driftc th . .-: sh. 1.15 .mn zf- 31 if 1-lin 'CV Clan .'1l11l :fur ., - 1 1 mf. k ,ZF " rough. Many N'-'iff-f' "f Fwfw e "slept" through the fi, I-K'J""4' 5" jeep-y old fljend' the :'i4E'?g'lJ.x-I7 p for a bmght, fresh ' ' ' of sprjrtq and hm' Iish more T Nl u , 3,-3? 1 I. M H1 x--' . 'U fl' v EA Q XXXXWXX 20119 fr- . I IOP-5' Ga latin Ever Honda February 1 I 'mm ul' PM 1 Y V " .Xu-xlhlgi V 1111-1"1 1 .l. . 4 1- I . All V-'ll W' . -dui v , Y 11-"5 U0 x gl -X 1 1 N X J 1-, X .-'bg 1' tx'- .-, Q x aww pc .sd W Env- xl' . . Lx BO . 1:5 V Xxixx .V 1'-Xe 1-V' nik 1 Lxda 5 , She l x- CWTX in it "X -' ore E . . LII V f con' mm- an tb st Wit wiv With I4 P Fm-fr and if-.1:l Ihr- nights I f'f4 H ,vfffntx He 101414-Q1 ,mg 131' fyllaftz-r 1?rm111'rI bran - "W 0 B1 fir! 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In connec- tion with this same celebration, they interviewed George Cox, Executive Editor ot the Press. Others interviewed during the year included Ed Sullivan, Florence Chadwick, Miss America flee Ann Merriwetherl Julian Raytord, and Yma Sumoc. Twelve ot the staff attended the South Alabama Journalistic Confer- ence held in April at the Press Reg- ister. Several special issues were put out during the year. One was tor "Operation Student Nurse," and an- other was a literary supplement. The journalism class put out three issues on its own. in the annual iudging, the Hi Times received a coveted first place rating from Co'umbia Scholastic Press Asso- ciation. i'Letti Editorial Staff, iAbovel Toni Moore, Vigor Hi-Lites editor, tlanked by Hi Times reoorters Pete and Dot, look at Newspaper Week display. i'Center Editor Kay and Assistant Ronald read over their tirst edition iBelow Around the editorial table are Carson Boswell, sports sditor, Ann Booker, reporter, Billie .lo Mullins, lecture editor, Pat Fulton and Sally Haas, makeeup editor and assistantg and Elaine Gutel, news editor. tRight Business Staff. t'Above Business manager, Beverly Rodri- guez, and circulation manager, Stewart La Crave, fold papers for delivery. iCenter Advertising manager, Marianne Green, and bookkeeper, Gerry Dunn, work busily while Betty Hitesltew and Gene Morris look on, KBelow Business statt members check lost- minute ad copy. QA Mg s 4, if USE LOGIC Wnew! Well, here I ant the I955 Mohian, l've SuIJscnIJe been wondering all year it ld ever get here on tiwwe, especially without the 54 Editor here to get tnings done. Ot course, it wasnt easy with all that teudin, n tussin 'n fightinl Ffinstance, thered be a big crowd waitin tor a picture, and finally there'd cove our photographer, camera in hand, but with no tlashoulbs or tiln, And one boys perpetual- "'of'on to-tape constantly expounded his theory on sblar sysfefv-s, while the Business Manager rocked ceasel2ss'y to help hint think the said, And the pear sponsors tingers were always covered with 1 fuzz trying to pin clown our tlitting, moth-like Art Edtor. Then, ot course, we had a small teud be' '-seen Editor and Business Manager. Something tc dz: 'wht cars and teelings, I think. I never cou'a au'e 'gure it opt, I really believe that our Club Ealrors stay in the hospital would have ruined us '5 it haar-t been tor the dark horse who tinished 'he clues. She deserves a blue ribbanl So dc the pecoie- who cape to work on those Saturday ntorn- 'gs -she" they could have been s'eeping late Yes N5 'CTC 'VS C' 'VCC'-.7l'5S lDLJI "IO'WKS to O ICT C' harc s - be-'e I a" ana "'a's what ccuntsl S -':::t -:1 :n 'es "" "e ' M" N-F' Around ffze 3 Clocks zcftlz .': -- 51' iw-'IL 5'-'kc' ':':': Jeff: aff: A w W ,1. "': far.. 'a-cc: :::.'. se:':' jzfcf- Af' cf: ' ffm IQ55 9101111111 Sin e. . -3 ..9-.' 'Zig r. affona Honor ,au- ...gi ociefy iliiuA....4..-.-A., f...m..,. . National Honor Society is an honorary society for iuniors and seniors who are outstanding in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. This year, 105 upper- classmen -- the largest group in Murphy's historyf-were inducted. At the convention in Bessemer, with Ann Quarles, Allen Crowell, and Woody Everett representing Murphy as delegates, Murphy chapter was elected to the office of state president for the coming year. As president Murphy will play host to all other state chapters at the convention next spring. To end the year N. H. S. held their banquet at the Admiral Semmes on May 24. Officers were announced for the coming year. Mrs. Inez Langham is sponsor. Row l Langham, Fullon, Delchamps, Hearin Knight, Fowlkes, Everell, Eichold, Quarles, Hakanson F., Morris, Hokanson, E., McNab, Row 2 f Vogel, Swill, Spollswood, Blake, Swaflord, Warden, Karl, Armbrechl, Barbour, Wall, Locke, Harrison, Forsyfhe Row 3 Higgins, Burns, Dougherly, Booker, Maples Milne, Judge, Lamberl, Gross, Crowell, Thompson. Row l ff McNufl, Cowles, LaGrave, Mullins, Town send, Rigby, Murdoch, Powell, Branlley, flexander, Wells, Hunler, Row 2 -' Pleasanl, Cruif, Adams Marlin, Nicholas, Prince, Ripps, Gufel, Johnson O'Brien, McDonald, Row 3 - Crenshaw, Turner, Boswell, Boolh, Busby, Rouse, Donavan, Meade Shoulders, Sleber. Row l A Knighl, Ausl, Nicholl, McMillan, Slokes, Poole, Savell, Carfer, Daughlry, Baggell, Lundy, Morris, Row 2 - Waller, Marshall, Oley, Cooper, Slaughler, Fernandez, Sawyer, Revel, Rodriguez Row 3 -A Goodwin, LoH, Freeman, McCollum, Posey Cody, Genfry, Sherlock, Wilson, Brockway, Wafkins. Officers. Ann Quarles, secretary, Linda Knighl, historian, Mary Anne Fowlkes, vice-presidenl, Jackie Eichold, lreasurer, Woody Everelf, presidenl. Speakers: Pal Daugherty, Susan Locke, Mrs. Inez Langham, Jackie Eichold, Caroline Burns. gm Y , -g , Row 1 - Hoffman, Coale, Haas, McFadden, Bales, Ramey, Rallilf, Hobbs, Robison, Anderson, Vaughn, Dodge, Genlry, Hager, Row 2 -A French, Lubel, Golson, Gillikin Kelly, Deal, Blankenberg, Brown, Barney, Spielh, Bell, Yeager, Slorerg Row 3 f Fuller, Champlin, Risen, Wooldridge, Sanders, Coppedge. , , I 1 flufllam Scroll L ' i Q J -- X i . " u- Murp?1y's honorary chapter of Quill and Scro l, under the spoitsorsltip ol Mr. Roy Wil' . lcie, l1e'd its induction ceremony on March 2 for nineteen seniors and fifteen iuniors. To ob' tain irenwbersltip in tliis organization one has K. t3 ltcive a 3 average and lzcive done some outstanding work on C1 publication. Olticiciting cxt t'te induction were the otticers Kay For- sythe, president, Beverly Rodriguez, vice-presi' dent, Pot Daugherty, secretary, Eddie Brock- way, treasurer. Officers Rodriguez, Dougherty, Forsythe, Brockway, Row l Sessions, Gutel, Spottswood, Knight, Green, Butler, Mullins, Seiiors, LaGrave, Doster, Morris, Fulton, Dunn, Row 2 Wilkie, Barnett, Rodriguez, Forsythe, Daugherty, Brockway, Boswell, P w l Cowles Higgins Knight Haas Booker Revel Karl Locke Eifliold Wall uarles Wilkie Row 2 Yeager Legg Bell Bellrnan Erdman Mathews McC-riff Joyner Rothenberg Babin Rigby Row 3 Hager Harmon Wcilley Pitts Everett Steber Botta Crowell Klatt lO6 Fan IeClVll!lGfi'G Fan Randlette Art Honor Socnety under the gundance ot Mass Clyde Kennedy cele brated nts fifteenth birthday thus May In accordance wuth thus celebration the so cnety presented the teachers and puplls wtth a Patuo Art Exhnbut on Aprol 5 and 6 entxt ed Moblle Yesterday and Today FRAHS members are frequently seen back stage workmg on scenery for a play or an operetta In the opemng scene of Cyrano the enture scenery consustung of a stage and theatre boxes was deslgned ancl made by the socnety FRAHS encourages any Murphxan who takes art and ns Interested ID promotang art to try out for membership Each fall members of the Mobile Art Assocuatuon ludge the work submstted and select ap proxvmately futteen new members Ottncers for 54 55 are Kaye Wall presudent Margie Swuft vuce presndent Peggy Gardner sec retary treasurer OS ax 1 0 I o.., hit A rf Honor bocrefu !Ab0vel Margie and Peggy worlr on Cyrano set fCenter Margre and Kaye wrth Charles D:Mass1o enloy patio exlublt lBelowl Members Row l Cox Spottswood Swift Wall Gardner Ryan Hlggms Row 2 Hlggvnbotham Wilson B Simmons Wilson F Robmson Steiner Neville Boolrer Wall Merrrll .lury fix, ,s we -lO8- Sfage Crew Hard at work behind scenes of all school pro- ductions was the Stage Crew, an energetic group of fifteen students sponsored by Coach Charles Will- cox, Between acts Stage Manager Chip Diamond and crew quietly and efficiently lowered backdrops, placed props, and directed lighting for Four Arts Club plays "You Can't Take It With You", "Cyrano De Bergerac", and Special Chorus-Four Arts operetta "Belle of Bagdad". For assemblies the crew placed rostrum and chairs for speakers, set up mircophones, and wheeled out the concert piano. Stage crew has fun dismantling "Belle of Boqdadf' He CISZIQTS, Appearing at all school productions and at the major portion of civic programs were the boys of Murphy's Ushers' Club, co-sponsored by Miss Ruth Lipscomb and Miss Carol Purifoy. Members were on duty at performances of "You Can't Take lt With You", "Cyrano De Bergerac", and "'Belle of Bag- dad". Upon request, they ushered free of charge at civic performances, among these were "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial", "Carmen", and "Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo". For all Civic Music pro- grams cznd Mobile Symphony Orchestra concerts, Head Usher Gary Steber and corps were on duty. ad Usher Garv and Usher Corps await audience for "Cyrano.' Sine Qua Ton Members of Sine Qua Non Club fWithout Which Nothingl are not even aware of the fact. Requisite for membership: contribution of unlimited time, skill, and energy to Four Arts Club productions. Three indispensable members are Mr. George B. Wright, Mr. W. C. Sitz, and Mr. C. O. Willcox. Mr. Wright has built stairways and columns and has always found furniture to go on the sets. Mr. Willcox has gone up in the ceiling to replace lights, painted scenery, and even manufactured thunder and light- ning. Mr. Sitz built the handsome sedan chair that appeared in "Belle of Bagdad" and the "Cyrano" balcony, his masterpiece. Stage Director Willcox and Mr. Wright admire Mr. Sitz' masterpiece A Girls' Counci Working with Miss Josephine Hargrove, sponsor, All Girls' Council performed numerous civic and school services. The smoothness with which Career Day was carried out was partialfy due to behind- the-scenes work of this organization. Members did volunteer work for the Red Cross and telephoned more than eight hundred people during United Fund's "Operation Dial". As in many a year before, the group sponsored Christmas baskets, a record- breaking number of boxes and baskets of food and clothes were given to need families by Mur- phy's generous sections, Council officers schedule students for Career Day conferences. D. O. Club An organization to promote better relations among business, the community, and the school is the D. O. Club, composed of the llO students in the vocational department. D. O. sponsored its usual Toy Drive, collecting 2,500 toys for under-privileged children. Twenty-five delegates went to Livingston for the Southwest District Conference, where they captured top honors in Essay and Mr. D. O. con- tests and placed high in Oratorical, Job Manual and Skit competitions. Fourteen attended State D. O. Convention at Tuscaloosa. The gala Employer- Employee banquet and dance was held in March. President Kenneth and officers consider plans for D. O. Banquet, Key Cfufw Key Club, a group of outstanding boys, worked in conjunction with All Girls' Council in tabulating interest sheets for Career Day and in distributing Christmas baskets. Members also collected money for the March of Dimes after school hours and pro- moted the purchase of Murphy's two dual-control cars by getting parents to attend a P. T. A. meeting on safe driving. The Key Club banquet held late in the spring terminated the year's activities under Mr. Greaves, sponsor, and officers Eddie Brockway, Mac McLeod, Stanley Moore, and Richard Holmes. Ever-active Key Club officers give the Cancer Drive a boost. di. X Q W-ew , ante-sewdf ug, .. 'TO9' 'ws if fl rgumcnf lnc. io study, discuss. and debate current problf-:rs to improve speaking ability, to learn and practici- proper parliamentary procedure 'i this is the high aim of Argument lnc' Under the leadership of Mr E D Hudg:-ns, mt-mbvis attended Southwest Ala bcintfi Discussion Clinic at University Center and tic-ld school debates with Bishop Toolen and McGil Trips were mode to Tulane Univefsty High School Foiensir Tournament and to University nl Alabama State Forensic Tournament. Argument lnc. helped to organize Mobile County Forensic Conference and Gulf Coast Forensic Tournament. Nw' X itroliiw, wrirlrt 'wide 'C Bible Sindy Club The Bible, greatest book ever written, is the ti-xt of more than two hundred Bible Study Club mem, bers. Mrs. Edith Murphy, sponsor, with President Juviy McCollum, Vicefpresident Jack Merrill, Sucre tary Jody Armbrecht, and Treasurer Marion Mitchif ner, planned a review of the early history of Jewish pvop's- as a preparation for the study of the Taber naclu. For Christmas the group studied the birth of Christ as the fulfillment of many Old Testament prophecies. At each meeting members enjoyed a short devotional program of music provided by the Music committee. fliuiplif r a offirers listen 9 ri hymn before the rnrwtinri fl Nfccl 57011111 At monthly meetings, Allied Youth members held discussions, listened to speakers, or saw films on the harmful effects of alcohol. Co-sponsors Mrs. N. H. Holmes and Mrs. Jefferies, with officers Dede Mc- Donnell Louis Hanlein, Rose Marie Green, and Virf ginia Spieth, planned programs to direct the group into more wholesome living. There was a round table discussion on "Use and Abuse of Alcohol", Coach Joe Sharpe spolce on "Alcohol and Young People", and the interesting film "Effects of Alcohol on the Human Bodyf' was shown. In May, Allied Youth held its annual party 'rl Youth olliri-is woflr out dr-mils for their next program Laffn Vv'ith an apply an ivy wri-atli and a quotation from Virgil, new nw-nibifrs of the latin Club were initicitifd in an inipriissivei formal ceremony, white- robiirl SfJf'C!l4t?fR symbolilircl the spirit of each year of Latin as they told of Caesar, Cicero, and Virgil, At Chiistnas mi 'ribiirs observed the feast of Satur- nnlia Climaxing the years activities was a bane quilt modeled after those of old Rome Noble guests, draped in togas and pallas, were served a typical Roman nic-al by tunic-clad slaves, and Citi- zen Carol Barbdurs humorous adaptation of 'flhe Apple of Discord provided part of the entertain- ment To o at r i-N me fu ' sawed rr'i panfslz This clubs interest lies south of the border". Miss Bertha Spradlin, sponsor, and officers Marga- ret McFadden, Despina Glyptis, Ellen Haas, and Judy Cowan hoped their "senores" would gain a better understanding of Spanish culture. With proceeds obtained from a soclchop after the Murphy'Blythe- ville game, the group purchased an album of Span- ish Christmas carols sung by Pedro Vargas. Litho- graphed posters of oil paintings by Juan Reus were bought in connection with the study of Spanish art. A card game Spanish "fish' increased members' vocabularies by using names of animals and occu- potions. Senoritns loolr proudly at their new lithographed posts: VQHCZI "AIlons, enfants de la patrie ...' ' thus "La Marseillaise' summoned French Club members to each meeting, where a French pastry was given as entrance prize. Among the interesting programs were Charles Boyers recording of a prayer by Vol- taire for religious tolerance, the discussion of Mendes-France as Premier of France, and the an- nual "Vive I'amour" Valentine program. To the State French Club Convention Murphy sent two dele- gates, who secured the election of Murphy as sec- retary for 1956: chief duty of this office is editing "Le Petit Courrier", state news letter, Disriues and librertox oreuare French Club for opera Corn yen Future Teaclwrs of America Sponsored by Mrs. Bernice Causey and led by officers Caroline Burns, Lydia Blake, Trisha Karl, Barbara Jo McNutt, Dot Powell, and Jody Arm- brecht, Murphy's Future Teachers gave practical experience to those interested in the field of edu- cation. Members substituted for absent teachers, sold books on education, and taught freshman classes on F, T. A. Day. They honored new teachers with a Faculty Tea and entertained the Little Sisters of the Poor at Christmastime. In February four dele- gates attended the State Convention at Jacksonville State Teachers' College. o y welcomes Miss Driver, F. T. A. founder, to faculty tea Future Engineers ln their attempts to learn more of different phases of engineering, Murphy and Vigor Future Engineers Clubs made a ioint field trip to Auburn to examine the College of Engineering and to ob- tain first-hand information concerning A. P. l.'s co- operative plan, this trip was planned by Richard Fearn, treasurer. Mrs. Anne Mitchell, acting spon- sor, and President Woody Everett, Vice-President Robert Donovan, Second Vice-President Ed Moore, and Secretary Bobby Thomasson, directed the meet' ings. The yearly Future Engineers' banquet with Vigor was held on St. Patrick's Day. Woody, Robert, and Richard check for engineering scholarships. Fu fu re Nurses A person glancing into T33 on second and fourth Mondays of the month saw Future Nurses and Mrs. Addilean Booker, sponsor, busily planning for tours, speakers, and films. At various times, members toured Mobile Infirmary and its School of Nursing, Air Evacuation Unit at Brookley Air Force Base, and also Brookley Hospital. The girls were entertained with a tea at Brookley's Nurses' Home. At Christmas the group helped to repair toys collected during the D. O. Toy Drive and filled a basket for a needy family. City Hospital children received stuffed "bunny rabbits" from the girls at Easter. ure Nurses leave on field trip to Brookley Hospital. fr. ilfnfvfle lffsfnrfc Sucfcfy In teaching the history of the vicinity to stuv dents and in participating in local historical pro- grams, lr. Mobile Historic Society succeeded in combining business with pleasure. Mrs K. J. Clark, sponsor, and ofticr-rs Charles DiMassio, Ben Sher- lock, Mary Lou Fields, and Dede McDonnell planned 'nany activities. Outings included a hayride to Fort Morgan, a yachting trip to Dauphin Island to ex- plore ruins of old Fort Gaines, and a spring picnic at Point Clear. A program on Mobile during Recon- struction Period was presented to the Historic Mo- bile Preservation Society. Mrs Clark and affirms vii r c a oin rlispla U. 13. lf. Students in Mrs. Sue Savages advanced typing- shorthand class formed Order of Business Efficiency. Ruth Fernandez, Carolyn Freeman, Sissy Powell, and Skeeter Huffman were president, vice-president, sec- retary, and treasurer respectively and presided over monthly meetings. Members typed and took dictation from teachers as a school service. Their biggest assignment was typing letters and forms for the A. E. A. Convention. ln April O. B, E. toured Merchants' National Bank. Experiences like these gave a practical insight into the world of business. Carolyn and Skeeter iriteritlv type while Ruth and Sissy observe Gafe Club Composed of students who, at one time or an- other, "also ran" for class offices, the Gate Club works to help the school and Student Council in any way possible. The group held its bi-weekly meetings in the room of Mrs. Ruth Groom, sponsor. Club members entertained children of Protestant Orphanage with a Christmas party. Gate Club apopted as its proiect the beautification of the li- brary patio. Through the courtesy of Gate Club and Miss Irene Stapletorfs section and crafts stu- dents, the patio was planted with nasturtiums, red salvia, iris, snapdragons, petunias, and calendulas. Santa helps Gate Club distribute presents for orphans I H IETF' L Y Cwss l Zi Through the efforts of an organization commit tee the Chess Club was established e rly in the second quarter to promote the understanding and playing of the game of chess as an interesting and as an educational pastime Mr Thomas McCann was asked to sponsor the group which soon had thirty four on its roster The first officers were Ben Sherlock pres dent Ivan Timonin vice president Jack Radcliffe reco dung secretary Peggy Johnson secretary and Lloyd Pennington treasurer A chess tournament was hed among members and lasted until near the end of school c n 9 a chess play s mo P Psychology Club ln working toward the common goal of promot ing interest in psychology on the campus Psychology Club engaged outstanding persons to speak on dif ferent phases of the subiect Among those who spoke were Miss Lois Fitzsimmons on Asphasia Dr. Mary Anderson on Heredity Mr. Eugene Pea- cock on Taming Our Tensions d Ms. J. A. Miltonberger Psychiatric Social Work. B'- monthly meetings were directed by sponsor Miss Vivien Waller President Anne Ford Vice-President Janet Smith Secretary Claudia Kaufman and Treas- urer Jerry Rush. . J. M. B aadus expla' s optical illusions to office s. Chem B0 Phys Chem-Bo-Phys or Science Club encouraged stu- dents interested in chemistry biology and physics. At every meeting one of the groups performed an experiment, interesting ones included the demonstra- tion of a Cartesian diver, anesthetization of a frog, and formulation of milk of magnesia. Ten of Miss Mary Bragg's Chem-Bo-Phys members went to Vigor as entrants in First District Science Fair, Dale Jobe was elected secretary of the T956 Fair. In the latter part of April, five representatives attended Alabama Junior Academy of Science with their scientific projects. nn and her Vigor host admire Science Fair displays. I3efa.lfl-if Planned activities of Beta Hi-Y included a candy sale and three trips, one of which was to Montgom- ery on Hi-Y business, Club delegates were sent to Alabama State Hi-Y Conference, Pre-Legislature Training Assembly, and Youth Legislature. Mr. A. P. May, sponsor, and President James Robeson, Vice- President Jimmy May, Secretary-Treasurer Bobby Miller, and Chaplain Perry Miller organized a basket- ball team within the club. Next year will be an exceptionally busy time tor all Hi-Y clubs, tor the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y States Conference will be held in Mobile. Beta Hi Y members plan strategy for selling mi 'Y . A 1 1 Yrrllnl Organized second semester, Tri-Hi-Y - girls' Hi-Y club sponsored by Miss Elizabeth Green - participated in the latter halt of Hi-Y activities. In coniunction with brother clubs, Mardi Gras dances were given at the "Y", proceeds went to "World Service Fund". To gain funds for the treasury, candy was sold. Part ot the proceeds was used to help defray expenses ot six representatives to Youth Legislature in Montgomery. The group also went on a three-day retreat to the Optimist Camp. First ot- ficers were Suzy Blackburn, Kaye Wall, Betty French, and Barbara McNamara. Mr. Moy and Miss Green discuss spring retreat with g JiYbens Girls in the Y-Teens, high school branch of Y. W. C. A., worked "to develop leadership and to improve the individual through religious compan- ionshipf' Co-operating with Mrs. Anne Mitchell, act- ing sponsor, and Molly Ann Ross, Jane Lynn Pierce, and Lynda Barnett, officers, the group sold potato chips on campus, taught dancing at lunch time, spent a day at Allen Memorial Home, and sent delegates to Mid-South Y-Teen Conference at Gulf Park College, Mississippi. During the year members were entertained with a get-together, a dance, and a marshmallow roast. Molly and Marilyn peddle potato chips to replenish treasury. --.,,-.7 13 'Que viii?-r it Girl: Atl: lefic A ssocrafron The Girls Athletic Association offered tourna ments in individual and team sports for Murphy qirls Miss McNally sponsor and officers Lorna West Mary Mathews Peggy Ratliff Shirley Babin and Frances Price planned tournaments In such sports as softball basketball swimming bowling ping pong badminton tennis and archery Candy and cokes were sold at all basketball games in Murphys gym The group had two parties this year a wiener roast held early in the fall at Escatawpa River and a get together at the home of Mrs Jelks on Fowl River Beam g ball playe s check equipment afte a icta y Swimming Cl lr A prettier name for Swimming Club is Aqua maids they are a group of thirty six girls under the direction of Miss Lolete Tanner and Miss Eloise Foster who purpose to perfect synchronized and group swimming The girls met once a week for business and at least once a week for swimming Their second annual water pageant entitled Swym phony featured a solo duets and small and large group numbers Florence Chadwick famous Chan nel swimmer was present at one performance A few numbers from Swymphony went to the Univer sity of Alabama to give a swimming exhibition et but happy office s are caught n an unusual pose Amafeur Raalro C Another new organization on the campus was the Amateur Radio Club. The group set up an ama- teur radio station to help members obtain licenses and to provide radio service to the public. Co- operating with Civil Defense authorities during "Operation Kids", three licensed "hams" were on standby at the police station and two kept the set at Murphy on emergency stand-by. The group, spon- sored by Mr. M. C. Mancill, and governed by of- ficers Barry Weinstein, Bill Suffich, Anson Moye, and Joe McCollum, planned a long-range project of acquiring better equipment for their station. Radio Club officers take turns at the short wave set. "N " Club Murphys lettermen form the "M" Club, which promotes interest in athletics and provides enter- tainniiint for athletes The club was proud to have six ofti-nsivif and five defensive men on the All- City football squad and four on All-State. With coach Charles Willcox, sponsor, and officers Joe Williaitis, Hubert Cain, Roy Davis, Robert Owens, and James Waltman, they hung framed pictures of outstanding members in the Club room of the Field House During the year, a semiformal buffet supp.-r was given, several smaller parties, and late in the spring their annual hayride. M Cluh oflirerx make plans for their annual par llffc lfa re Sfo re At all periods of the day, including lunchtime, Welfare Store kept its door open to students and teachers who wanted supplies. The store, directed by Mrs. Lucille Baker and staffed by approximately sixteen students, sold everything that a student needed from erasers to postcards, in addition to text books and note paper. Profit from Welfare Store is used at the discretion of the administration to benefit the school in any way and also to help students who cannot buy their school supplies. Actr- E:wSi Col' 6 -mir! ll! CAT this point the Club Editor went berserk. Ed.l Venetia, Stroud, and Gaby gossip, while De-Wilt rings up a sale Kecp bm Rolling Serving the school by serving its lunch is Keep 'em Rolling Club. Directed by Mrs. Helen Mclntyre and Mrs. Annie S. Brantley, dietitians, and President Pat McKinnell, Vice-President Edna Mareno, Secre- tary Carolyn Smith, and Treasurer Carl Thompson, the group worked assembly-line fashion operating cash registers, placing plates and milk on the coun- ters, and clearing the cafeteria after lunch. The club had one party each semester: one was a Jan- uary picnic that was "frozen in", and the other was a picnic over the Bay late in the spring. Keen 'em Rolling Club satisfies two hungry customers ff" AS A . , W 'OM 'k" ia.j"?,..f.- i A -,i,i5.g, I ff 'r A ? , Q . b, unfor-Senior iF51977l As Roy Choice's orchestra sounded the strains ot "Some Enchanted Evening," the curtains opened to reveal a gondola by the sea just as a huge orange moon was disappearing over the horizon. This was the scene at Fort Whiting Auditorium, March ll, l955, as the Junior-Senior Prom was opened by Nancy Haas, Junior Class President and her escort, Barnes Tatum. The call-outs were junior and senior class officers and section representatives. Angie Revel, Senior Class vice-president and Howard Palmes closed the call-outs. The dreamy slow music, the lively iitterbugs, the intermission party, and even the bunny hop helped to make it really an "En- chanted Evening." Opposite pageg 'Abovew Junior president, Nancy Haas. 'Cc-nter: Seniors officers Mary Nell Stokes, treasurer, Angie Revel, vice-president, Bumper Lyons, representative, Kathy Warden, repr--sentotive, Caroline Burns, representative, Cora Jane Car' ter, representative. Below: Lead-outs and sponsors f Barnes Tatum, Nancy Hoax, Miss Michael, junior sponsor, Mrs. Murphy, senior sponsor, Angie Revel, Howard Palrnes. A . M I' ii . Q R ' ' Q s. X 'L 2 fs- l ,W T51 A r , ,-' 'li'- y -. lf 1 2. gk M . xi Q fs. A gi' .T X Sure that ,qw mr IM.. gg-4-, KW? n lg-b Vv'-1v":" flwf- vm' X I 1 I I Y? M mg? Q 'K 'Q-Q QU XKXN ...v1f'f' '-X! .V- 4-:qu fm Now WHGY Should have dome K-K-K-Ko 3 B 1 LJ1 cm Marcy u Out ogoim, Bumpffr? No books, Kitty? 5 SLWJU di is NTHVM Whose books Ed? li 5' 1 f 3 Som, stop thot' in muon v I' Q ' PJA,-fi D CC1I1'TChG concentrate, Max? +- YA Champion FOOTBALL BASKETBALL SPRING SPORTS ,QS-S 'Ig 9 5 56063 N ji, f L HW Xxxlkffff "Y-if f 'f C'-7'-YA' ,.f f 1 MX 'fv- LADD MEMORIAL S 1 AU! UM"""- October 29, 1954 8:00 P. M. Cnnrf , mp fr, IHOHOH1 GEN? HARLLDW Ling Cond, JOZEPH F SHARPE He frf Com fm CHARLES O NILLQOX Bclckfivfd Couch SAM SHOUT Swu fs Twum . ,. ang' -'Q , A qw W If .5 E , ,L 1 ,113 fp gy. Q I I -. 4 Trnumvvfcve of greats fcsffeberry, Hubbard, cmd Jackson n Gk1'I.CJl.1'OVl Amfe Bobbv Jackson breaks Ohrough Hue deferrnined Vigor lvrwe. QQ-,. Qlkf -.Q were 'fee-1.' at eight LJ lf tgeieitgs' 5 sl 143 ,J 5 33, 6 I. 6 new B ., Q Pj 5 l Y .Atv ad. Row l Custer, McFarland, Cody, Wood, Lignos, Miller, Arant, Martin, Hubbard, Doolittle, Craddock, LaMasfer, Canning, Vincent liams, Smith, Row 2 e Callendar, McClarnrny, Bridges, Bishop, Buce, Waltman, Busby, Shanklln, McRaney, Bryan, Savage, Megginso McClure, Mathis, Davis, King, Brill, Cain, Richardsg Row 3 H- Kittrell, Adams, Howell, Tulley, Barnes, Clark, Waldon, King, Thomas Henderson, Gable, Warhursf, Jackson, Castleberry, Sirmon, Cox, Godwin, Boykin, Coleman, Davis, Parker, Lindsey, Maitre. luurplry - ll. Af. Another step toward the intra-city champion- ship was taken by the Panthers as they defeated U, M. S. T9-6. During the first half the Cadets threatened to hand out a shocking upset, but their surge of power dwindled just when it appeared ready to explode. Murphy scored the first three times they gained possession of the ball in the sec- ond half, each play being run with precision and efficiency. Two of the touchdowns were on runs of 45 and Al yards, and the third was the result of a 62-yard pass. The Panthers' offensive unit gobbled up yardage despite grim efforts put forth by the Cadets to hold them. Scoring were Bobby Jackson, Buck Richards, and Ray Henderson. Although the dominating factor throughout the night, the Pan- thers were able to score in only these three instances. -728' lxlurplty - Vigor Murphy Hi Panthers rolled to a smashing 27-O victory over Vigor in their annual intra-city tussel. Murphy's crushing attacks, led by elusive Buck Rich- ards and quarterback Bobby Jackson, completely paralyzed the punchless Wolfpack. It was the Pan- thers' fourth straight victory and one of its easiest, as the Vigor Wolves had little to throw up against the thunderous charges of Murphy's defensive line. The confident, hard-hitting Panthers scored once in each of the first two periods and then pushed over two more in the last quarter. The Blue and Gold defense was so strong that Vigor wound up losing 22 yards on the ground, as compared to Murphy's 275-yard gain. A good deal of Vigor's loss came in the closing minutes of the game when the Wolves tried desperately to pass. Top Thomas throws McGillian for loss. Bottom Panthers swarm over Yellow Jackets SL'l7fQS Murphy Jackson Murphy U. M. S. Murphy Phillips Murphy Vigor Murphy Moss Point Murphy Blytheville Murphy Pensacola Murphy McGill Murphy Lanier Murphy Dothan 'l29' O 6 12 O O 7 14 O O 'I4 Opposite page left A tense moment for the Panthers on the bench. Opposite page right Richards racks up yardage, Afllrpllfl - Afccifll The Panthers wallaped the McGill Yellow Jackets 35-O to win the city championship. Murphy's deci- sive victory featured pulverizing ground attacks which were mostly short iolts tha' gnawed away at the yardage and the Jackets' defensive efficiency. McGill, behind from the first few minutes of tlte game, never gave any indication of even chipping a slight dent in the Murphy defense. Bobby Jackson acted his usual role of Panther leader and scored four of the five touchdowns. David Richards made the other on a 20-yard run through the McGill line. Aside from scoring, Jackson also picked up lO4 of the 316 yards Murphy gathered against McGill. His helper in the ground chores was Tommy Hubbard who ac- counted for 81 yards. The Panthers didn't pick up a single yard on passes. Managers Groom, Weston, Moore, Harris prepare for practice 3 sy O W ez' X 1 I WN A is x A, Q2 4'5" .wiv -xx f' V-' J jill BENNETT CASTLEBERRY JAMES WALTMAN HUBERT CAIN Tacklo Tackle Center Pa ther Bi S V! w 9 5 V r. .ir :S W i - I ix y 'fy " fr - 1 0, :M W X - J ' W .,-5. , .. . 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' " Q E b . q A.. i 2, r 4,-fx, 5 ,Q f '.- ...i.iA-A,,, Xi I L NOEL CUSTER ' Guard 2 -N , I ' Q LEONARD- NISBY ' ,Q X z 'Af W .rf haiku: cox 4 1 'X' 5 .A ' ana' V Q, -dl K X. h N T A 'mmv GQSDWINQ .Q P 'Z - '-' Guard A " X 4 ,J A K' 5 4 Q x , L -50 -. fs Ei , M ffpff .2 4 ,Amis .f4, QQ, qv. fe rf' fp'-Us 9. ai' flips 4- iwrg, A 4 'ff EN' CHARLES COLEMAN 1 PHIL SAVAGE WILLIAM CALLENDAR Guard Guard Cemer ntluer Z ,- M, -- 3 1 f.:2'r.1 ,xi v, 9:5 'Q 5745 ffgq: l -Q,ifD.vf?7 x e :.,?i,..J-,,'::'v,'k , 3 A 1 .7 'Eg flu., L s r a I V' , L. . J ' . S . vwxhxy. 4- 'S 1, J. Q-, ,J,7 .np Jr JOHN ARANT Buck kv as FRED BRYAN Bock SAM SHANKLIN GENE WARHURST , Tackle Tackle i E J I wnus MCRANEY Back .Rx .1 4 , Y - K ' Q K .MQ J'?,,?Qm,. cz 7 s 1 . 'I . ' 'I fx W K . 51: V 'Hp 1 '-'fkile' Y- 'M ' M W A A 4, 1- Y 1+ ' 5 A N O If f gu. -5 1 ga- . 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'NI 734 Rusk BOBBY MAPTIN GARY WALP BIHY SMIVH JIMMY THOMPSON LARRY HOWELL x eflmll IQ55 The T955 Panther squad stocked wuth veteran lettermen and under the able tutorshnp of Coach Herman Maasel compnled an envnable record of twenty one wtns and one loss With stalwarts Bully Smnth Bobby Jackson and Ronnle Cochran sunklng baskets from every sectlon of the court and wnth func clcfensuve play beung turned an by Bobby Mar cage rs managed to defeat every team they faced wnth the exceptlon of theur old nemesls Pensacola After theur most successful season tn many years the Cats won the AA Dlstr t Tournament only to lose an the state finals The Panther prepsters were nothnng less than spectacular nn the Intra Ctty games compulung double vnctorues over McG1ll U M S and Vugor and clnnchnng the cnty crown wlth a de cnsuve 72 58 vnctory over the Vngor Wolves Coach Matsel wrth Murphys AA Drstrrct Trophy Martm arabs rebound from Wolves o o o kr tin, Dick Allen, and Jimmy Thompson, the Murphy 5 Tho p es sr V go Bay Hugh Panama Cnty M Parrnsh Hugh Evergreen Vngor Bay Hugh McGill Evergreen Pensacola Parrush Hugh McGill W S Neal Pensacola Dothan Vlgor Russellvulle St Aloysnus Pensacola Monroevulle Vngor Fanrhope - 136 IQ55 Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Un flze flarclwoo ROBERT OWENS BOBBY JACKJON STANLEY MOORE DICK ALLEN RONNIE COCHRAN A4 -N I 4, Q , X - 137 KX sn N n 9' C c prmg Q ic umma ry To climax a spectacular year on the gridiron and on the hardwood, Murphy came through with good teams in track, golf, and baseball. The track- sters, coached by Sam Shout, enjoyed a perfect season's record, soundly defeating every team they faced. Leading the Panthers and piling up points in every contest were Gerald Cox, John Arant, and Richard Morgan, while Billy Clark, James Waltman, Oliver Sinclair, and Bruce Keenan steadily turned in impressive showings, Coach Herman Maisel directed a team ot vet- erans in golf this year to a season's record of three victories and two ties. This team, composed largely of underclassmen, progressed rapidly through spring Lett Gerald Cox clears ten-foot bar as Tommy Hubbard and Albert Tully watch Traclr Squad: Row l Rester, Panayatoli, Morgan, Cox, Coward, Lri Masters, Thomas, Arant, Richards, Raycralt, Giddens 'Managerg Row 2 Clark, Rollings Stuart, Moye, Gentry, Soberg, Crivellari, Suflich, Megginson, Vincent, Coleman Waltman, Sinclair, Kennan. Ii. c ports drills at the Country Clubg and the result was a group ot tine golf players. Because of their local victories, the linlcsrnen were honored with an invi- tation to the State High School Golf Tournament at Birmingham With Coach Bill Sharpe at the helm, the base- ball team enioyed its best season in recent years, winning ten games and losing only three. The team suffered a severe blow when veteran pitcher Reid Lambert turned up with a sore arm, but with Bob Baker pitching like a veteran, Bobby Jackson's base' running, and the timely bose hits of Jim Ramey and Phil Savage, the Cats were able to compile a line record. Other outstanding players were Ben Castleberry, Willie McRaney, and Ramon Henderson, 1 t Morgan and liillv use hurdles tor 0 lite rntt! Below Basehalleu enioy a pepper game' during afternoon wort:-out Coach Maisel, Hugh Merry and Happy Meyers watch Stewart Thames practice his golf swing , V 5 YL K -A-,, .. -4.1. ...QI 4 1-. ,vglx Q mal Warsfle lJONUlxb Murphy Student Council Murphy Athletic Fund V755 ABLS English Award winners Ann Lee Booker Woody Everett Kay Forsythe Faye Hakanson Joan Harvison M rla Higgins Joyce Ann Knight Gene Morris Ann Quarles Barbara Vogel A Friend From a Friend All Girls Council C P Armbrecht C O Bingham orannan Sporting Goods Co Mr and Mrs Herbert C Brown Brown s Velvet lce Cream C Cole Construction Co Constantine s Miss Eileen Cowles Crane Co Crawford Advertising Agency Delchamps lnc Delchamps Printing Co M adMrs B H Esc d Mr and Mrs H V Etchold D David S Fridge Woody Everett Priscilla Murdoch Section ll3-Miss Baxter C J Gayter 8- Company lnc Guddens 81 Rester Gill Printing 8. Stationery Julius Goldstein and Son lnc Tom Goodbrads Floral Shop Grats Dairy Autry Greer and Sons Gulf Sta es Engraving Co Haas Davis Packing Co lnc L Hammel Dry Goods Co W J Hearin Jr Hester Starke Printing Co lnc Hol onrbe S Kelly Jr lmperial Laundry Frank S Keeler Miss Mabel King The Leader Departmen Store Mr and Mrs J H Locke NIUIX Ll ASS PXIRUNS Section ll4f-Miss White Section 122 Miss Shaw Section 2l6-Mrs. Balderson 740 Malbls Bakery Company McGowan Lyons Hdwe 8. Sup Co Mobile Fixture 8- Equupt Co lnc Mrs J E Nicholas Perry Creamery Company lnc Raphael s lnc Burt P Schwarz Southern Dames R L Spottswood Stautter System Swan Hardware Co Thoss Sporting Goods Hermann Todd Mrs B Coate Twilley Waller Brothers White Swan Laundry Dry Cleaning Co lnc Wolohn Section 220 Mrs. Clark Section 222 Miss Davis Section VEB "Miss Fos er C O 4 L- Y 3' 1955 MUHIJLN PATRUNS A X A .I . . . CO. . . . - .I , O Gulf Canal Lines, lnc. Shropshire 8- Co. , t ' . " lnc. i N ' - ' ' x ., . ' Co. r. n . . . 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' I ' 'S Slit' , ' - If 1 ' 4 S ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Photography and Engravlng by Gulf States Engravnng Co Pruntnng and Bundung by Gull Prlntmg Co Portrants of Upperclassmen and Favorutes by Hammel s Studuo CFavorntes dresses pages 58 59 61 62 and 64 courtesy of Hammel sl Portrants of Undercla smen by School Pnctures Inc Junror Sensor Prom and Freshman Dance pnctures by Mr and Mrs Allen Crowell Covers by Klngscratt om 926 T941 D C cs u p y H g The o the Cla of 54 as a cm o e g speca asse bly e p Jour 1Q'7D A10 nan bia EDITOR Susan Locke ASSISTANT EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Gary Steber PHOTOGRAPHER FACULTY EDITORS CLASS EDITORS Jackre Ruth Enchold Jody Armb echt Nancy Wal I Woody Everett Jackie Botta Trssha Karl Dorns Adams CLUB EDITORS Jane Cowles Allen Crowell Barbara Jo McNutt LITERARY EDITORS Ann Quarles Pat Daugherty ART EDITORS Merla Hnggms Margne Swift FAVORITES EDITOR Ann Hearln LAYOUT DRAFTSMEN Tommy Judge Herbert Turner AUDITOR Russell Rouse TYPISTS Joyce Ann Knrght Mary Delchamps FACTOTUMS Joan Aust Lydla Blake Charles Herbert Brown Mary Ann Fowlkes Ruth Fernandez Joyce Prince Ed Stone Kathy Warden 747 Aufog rap "Explain o Iiflle how you love." 'Somefimes the 'SUIS you shed may be my tears Good morning! You do no? look guy, Messieursf' "Talk wlfh men of sense For when the One Great Scorer comes to write against your name writes not that you won or lost but how you played the game In years gone by, these lines by Grantland Rice, often quoted by former assistant prin- cipal, Miss Mae Eanes, inspired Murphy teams to victory and to a better under- standing of good sportsmanship. '744- Q X 0 0 -0, Alf Off! ff 5 fl , Q42


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