Napsonian School - Napsoniana Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1945 volume:
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We, Frances and Peggy, take this opportunity to thank
you for ourselves and for the rest of the staff for your
Wonderful cooperation, which has made this NAPSONIANA
possible. If it affords you, who will see it, half as much
pleasure as our preparing it, has afforded us, we will feel
rewarded for our efforts.
The two girls whom you will see throughout the book
have been named Frances and Peggy. They will accom-
pany you throughout the school and their conversation
will tell you, as you go, much about the seniors and the ac-
tivities of the school. In this NAPSONIANA we have tried
to give you a story of Naps ch
at you can take with you
ays. We hope you will like it!
FRANCES and PEGGY.
D STAFPS NCDTE
We dedicate this 1945 edition of NAP-
SONIANA to you, Miss Fugitt, in hopes that
it will show you just how much We ap-
preciate your continuous and untiring
energy in helping us in work and play.
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sTAEE's NOTE AND EDREWDRD
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
FACTS ABOUT THE SENIORS
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Dr. Broyles, Dr. Brown, Dr. Hull, Mr. Clapp, Mrs. Hoyt, Mr. Greer, Dr. McCain
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Board and Faculty Dinner, March 9, I945
PAU1. I". BROWN
VIERNKJN S. Bkovlmis, -IR.
Au 1-:N CLAPP
RICHARD ORMIQ FLINN
C. T. GRIAZIER
MRS. CSIQORKJE B. How'
Mk. RALPH A. Hume
DR. M. MQH. I-IUL1,
MRs.jAM11s C. MAl.lJNli
DR. J. R. MCiCAIN
Dix, Fi-tRc1usoN Wooo ---- .-------- P rexiili-uf
B.A., Davidson College, B.D., Union Theological Seminaryg
D.D., Oglethorpe University.
Our president is that smiling gentleman who speaks to us on
Tuesdays and Thursdays and whom we often see standing behind
the cafeteria counter. He is the Senior,s friend more than ever
because he was the one who saw that the heater in Senior Hall
Miss Tiivkza Asiuiw' ---..--. Prinripal, Ijnglixb IV
A.B., Cornell University.
If we only had that faculty of being able to concentrate on so
many things at once! From a girl's grades to May Day Dresses
is 21 big jump. In spite of her many duties, she's always there
to help us.
Miss Ariel-3 P. Rivtzks -----. Axxixmrif Prinvijml, Bible
BS., Wilitltrop Collegeg NLA., l-fmory University.
W'e Napsites love you, Miss Rivers. W'e like your classes and
we want to please you, but we can't help hoping you won't see
the ehewing gum in our mouths.
Miss IDOROTHY FUGITT ..---.... Pbyiiml Ftlllftlffllll
BS., University of Southern California.
She builds up our muscles, produces lime basketball, volleyball
and tennis teams, and promotes good sportsmanship. We should
make pretty good commandos by now.
Miss l':'l'lIl:I. Pimiux ---.--.--- - English
B.A., Bessie Tift College.
XY'e are stunned! She spends so many hours trying to get us to
speak correctly: then the other night such language as she let
the Cecilians use.
Mks. R. N. Mooitig ----4..--- - Lufifl
B,A., LaGrange College.
lf you have ever heard us slowly mumbling our Latin, you will
know that it isn't Caesar or Virgil that appeals to us but Mrs.
Moore. She never gets discouraged with us in our many mistakes.
it would m.tke any banker
Miss Gimti lit II!
'l't'I'uaIII't'r uf flu' Srlmol
ILA., Agnes Scott College.
Miss lieitl handles our mottey rm,
ttlairs so quickly antl easily that I
Mus. I-'tu III Ric it Stu IIION
lfugliilt I, Ijllftlfiilll
ILA., Agnes Scott College, Ii.A..
in I.ihrary Science, Ifmory Uni-
WVIICH yott ean't lintl the hook
you want or yott tlon't know
where to find a list of ling'
kings yott really respect her
alailily to pttt her linger ot
very thing you failed to find.
MRS. MOORE, MRS. SHELTON, MISS REID
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Miss VIRGINIA HIl'l4'l RNAN . CIl7I'IIIIXfYiY, Ari, llome Frotiolulixt
BS., Iowa State.
,I-I1CI'ClS something pullling tts, that's how Miss Ilelfernan can
get tip so early four mornings
take but two.
a week for I.ah, wlten we can't
Miss. SIDNI Y ANDIRSON - ------- lliifory, I.ifI'rIIlI1r4'
IRA., Radford State Teachers College fVa.J
Although Mrs. Anderson is new this year, she has IILIKIC a place
in our hearts. She has been mistaken for a stutlent in our
school many times. Her efforts have contributetl much to the
success of tlte Cecilians, as well as of the history classes.
Mus. IfTlIlI. CSLARK .... . . . . . . Sjmuiili, lliiloryl
Young Harris Collegeg ILA., Oglethorpe University.
What would we do without her? Iiut for her willingness and
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patience with us, It is very doubtful If Spanish viou t utr wo
its way into our brains.
Mtts. Ift.l1IxIII'ItI W. Dtlfottu
Crichton School of Contmerce.
Besides her regular work of teaching, she is always so willing
to help and to cooperate with anyone or any school orgattivatiou.
She always has it cheery smile for everyone.
Mtts. W. jay KVNNI uv . . ......... MIIIZII-ntillit-,i
Ifrskine College, A.I5., Central State Texas College.
We ean't think of anyone who enioys It joke .Intl sees the funny
sitle of life than Mrs. Kennetly. She always seems to tlraw an
attentive .tuclience of girls.
Mtts. glam. h'IA'IIlNCil.Y .... ....
It isn't often that she comes over to see us. W'heu she is
present, she usually has something interesting and important to
tell tts about the musical happenings of the school and also of
CNot in picturesj
32ICfl l!fy Snaps
BETTY ANNE WHITAKER . . . . . .
CHARLOTTE KERR .
ANN G,SULLIVAN .
. . . Vice-President
. . . Secretary
ANN O,SULLIVAN .
MYRTIS JENTZEN .
NAN IVEY . . .
NVILMA SHIPLEY .
. . Secretary
. . Treasurer
"Wl1at does Betty have up her sleeve for life in the great
"Well, Peggy, Hrst a home economics course in college to
learn how to make my husband happy the scientinc way."
"A dentist, Frances?"
"Right you are, Peggy. Helen Anderson, the one and only
absolutely painless dentist. She promises to recommend choco-
late flavored tooth paste."
"What's that about Lumpy Corn Starch?"
"Wl1y. that's the sponsor of 'john junior's Other Wife,'
the fascinating soap opera starring that famous radio star,
VIRGINIA CATHERINE BISHOP
"Any gown with the label, 'Bishopf is sure to be sleek, chie,
"Poor Adrian! He can't hope to compete with Virginias
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KATHERINE BAKER BLACKSIIIIAR
"Some clay PL
, 'ggy, Eleanor Roosevelt will have an incl'
"Katherine Blackshear, the famous interpretor, who got her
start in Senora Clark's Spanish class."
-IRAN CHRISTINE BODIN
"Wl1at about -lean, Frances?"
"I heard jean was headed for Stevens College to learn how to
run the husband and household she intends to be in charge of."
"Barbara, a future laboratory technician, will bury herself in
test tubes until the right young doctor comes along to change
ALICE JEAN CASWELL her lab into ii vine covered eottagef'
5 ,1 J ALICE JEAN CASWIILL
if "Alice jean wants to 'Hnish her book larnin' at college."
"Yes, and while she's eramming she'll be thinking over the
position offered her as organist at the N
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"After Napa ,Iulianne will be found .lt Ai,nv.s Seutt
wliere slie will add to lier knowledge of Iruneli l
tlnn't know wlietlier slie intends to travv. t s
wants to be able to read tlie menu."
FLORIQNCIQ MARGARET CROOK
"NX'lien Florence leaves Naps, sl1e's off tn eu eg.
"Sl1e's a great one for euun'ry folk. I tlimk 1 ter
sliew gotten some learnin' slie ix aiming to mtrr 1
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COOK, CROOK, FISKE, FRINK
RUTH W'A'l'l'liMlXN l5lSKlf
"Ruth knows liow gnml slie ltmks in wliite so it '
'Nurse Fiske' as won ' '
, . will b
as slie can arrange it."
"l'll remember to call un lier i
f 1 get any pains "
lillZfXl5lf'I'll AIl"AN FRINK
"l'l.lts from Paris, play eltxtltes from Soutli I A
from leelinl 'll
. xmerlea, ski suits
1 t wi all be gatlierecl tngetlier fur American women
to wear by that famous, fnsliion-conscious buyer, liliznbetli
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ELIZABETH FRI NK
HARBIN, HOWINGTON, HIRLEMAN, HOSFORD
"ln n few ears Mnrthu's charms will flash before Mr. and
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Mrs. Al11Cf1CJ,S dazzled eyes from every magazine cover, Peggyf'
"She's destined to become Harry Cunovcr's top model of
JESSICA ANNE HOXVINGTON
"Anne tells me that she's -'oin' to s Gnd her time after Na s
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helping the palm trees decorate Californizfs sunny beaches.
"Dry-wentlmer state, here she comes."
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ANNE HOWINGTON MARTHA HOSFORD ELIZABETH HIRLEMAN
'tHave you Francesis plans for :after Naps,' Peggy?
'lArmcd With a pad, il pencil, an efficient smile, and
Mrs. De Ford's typing and shorthand instructions,
Frances is going to be the ideal secretary, guaranteed
to remember where she Bled that letter from Mr.
"College is the next thing on Elizabeth's list,
"Thar's right. And then she will sit in front of
the fire and whisper excerpts from Einstein's Theory
on Relativity in the ear of her attractive husband."
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HUBBELL, IVEY, JENTZEN, HUIE
CIl,0Dll'l ANNIQ lIUlSl5lCI.I,
"'lili.it long, linrd Sl!'UlKl1 of training will lx- .1 cinuli fur i'lmliu,
"ln nn timc flat iIw'lI lmvc lli.ll alnctiii' of cliuiiiixiry nlcgu-c."
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"A lirxlc gal wiili big iduii, Ixluiimr is LIs.'tui'iiiim-il in gn inin
wine furin of rcligious work.
"Slit lin .1 good start frnm Miss Rivcrs' liililc 1 laxscs. ililicifs
i no xmpping licr now."
ELEANOR HU'E noixoiin' NAN IVIfY
'INQIIIYS lmmc is guing lu lic pcrfcclimi, run un ilu' lxisix ut
Artistic sewing, cooking, diwli-wnaliiiig.
"W'iili licr talcnt fur drawing sliu'Il inakc liur liuuw world
l 1lLsi'ns .iml f.iscin.iiing cli.ii'ni
rcnowncd fur iu nriginn -. g
" ig MYRTIS CfAROl.INI'. .II-fN'I'ZIfN
"MyrIis lms LWO of tlic nicuxl liclping lmmls ll1.ll l kiniw ul,
"Anal xlftur Naps, .is 21 'nuinl wnrkcr, sliu's going Iii lrnil ilu-ni
XX Xiu cvcrylmcly wlio ncccls rlicm, Peggy."
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KERR, JORDAN, LATHEM, LAURENT
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FRANCES JORDAN CHARLOTTE KERR BETTY
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"'Appe11dix Removed XVl1ile You W'.1it.' ,lillAlI'S
I 1' wl1.1t Dr. Frances .lUl'Ll.lIl'X slugan will be.
K WN f "Sl1e proniises tn have all new l112'lg.Illl'lQS and .1
V ' new N1t'xt1Nl.'xN.x in lter waiting I'Ot7l11.U
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r Lggq "C'l1.1rlutte will get more slimy apples ll1.lI1 any
ntlier kindergarten teacher in history-if sl1e doesn't
. turn gray after .1 few years of ABC's."
"Fur an old business VVUINJI1 like Betty, tlic duties
nf .111 advertising executive in .1 department store will
lwe duek soup.
A V 'e .1 lot uf ads to future Swim'
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Rr'i1tf1'i' and Annual Sta s.
"Caroline says she wants to help some orchestra
make beautiful music. But we know, Peggy, that she
"nts to capture the heart of a charming
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"Is lnrlon going to college, Frances?"
Ycs-you ll Gnd Imcr on thc front scat in
xlxc mum wlmurc llucy lmld tlmc class un 'How
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NUXIA R IQBICCCA l,Ifl-f
HVIIIICII n cool business-like voicc nys 'I'm
wrry, lmc's nm in just nuw,' you'II know that
yuu'rc mlking to the boss' sec 1 I
. c .md Run tlw Ideal
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fffr If lccllnicI.1n,"
' . "Shu must lmvc L1 way with rut tulwcs .mul rcmrtsf'
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I Nia.. K! lx uvlvlll! nn cyc for color and quality, I"f.ll1CL'S will Sec tlml
xllc pmt-wglr wivcs gvt tlmc Yury bg-xr In fabrics. Sl1c'x
4.3 gm cnlcring tllc Lcxtilc field ul' lmmc economics."
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NORAS, MCCANN, McLA
"Lee is .1 lass who wants to exercise her lJI'1II1
"She has in ext mi l
. ii eo lege tlnys with hooks and books :Intl
perhaps ii prufessorsliip at her Alma Mater, Duke "
In .1 shim' new eonxtrtbl
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he lhe first wonmii flier to Complete .1 nonfs!op-round-the-wor
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X LEE MCCANN
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"Nurse Mzlrilyifs tlnint fl
, y ngers are destined to cool many
"Unless she marries her Hrst patient."
"I heard that Tlmlia wants to be a laboratory technician.
"She likes to snoop into the private lives of the microbes and
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MARILYN MILLER THALIA NORAS
O'SULLIVAN, C. POGUE, M. POGUE ROOHAN
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MARY ANNE POGUE P! I x' PGYQY RQOHAN
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IP L "I will. I hear slmcl going lu hc .1 Iinguixr down llwrcf'
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ft?-X "Cf.lrulyn's Ambition is um lmvu llmc kind uf lmmu llmx nmkcs visitors want lu smy
: .md stay-and stay."
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' "' A x Annu c.m't rcsnst, an sl1c's going to hc Al secretary."
X I'IiCQCiY' ROOHAN
Y "You'll find Peggy in some field of ulmumixlry. Mnylw -.lw'll clmngc lllC .xmmic
4' f Ihcwr' fur snmcthing worse. Or m.1x'lwc sl1c'll bc doing somcllmimg morn' inlmrumg
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"Kathryn told me that her fond-
est desire is to be the proud posses-
sor of a B.A. degree."
"She's already working toward
that end, Peggy."
KATHRYN ROUTSOS FRANCES SECKINGER WILMA SHIPLEY
FR ANCITS SI-ICKINGIZR
"Frances thinks intelligence helps to hook Ll husband. She's determined to get
that good old college eduentionf'
"lf you have any aches and pains, Peggy, save them for Dr. Wilma to fix."
"IL won't take her long to learn how to administer pink pills for pale people."
X "Sheila says she wouldn't miss out on her 'college daze' for a pair of nylons."
"After that slie'll turn her talents over to managing her father's estate."
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JANICE UDELL MARILYN WATT
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"Smut x-sux' lnxwnilwg r1gIxl In ycars In umm' IW picking up lI1L' papcr .IHLI r'L'.uIIl1g
I.luIru'x wvll Iumwn ufIumlx."
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In ru LIm4m 1 xcImnI IIHL um uw .III vxpuricm'c'II uI1ucrIc.uIcr.
x In 'n lo I-.IIII-uc .lflcr NAIA, I'l'.l11cus,"
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"IIIll.lI!L'lII is luml Iuy :Imp u.1II of !Iw wxI4I .md wlmlly XVcst."
"I'm going ln vixxl Iwr. II'.lllk'L'N, wI1un xI1c you 1nst.lIIuI In .1 I',lII1I5IIIlg Imuw on .I
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MARGARET WILSON ELIZABETH WOLF
"Having always wondered 'what makes things run,' Elizabeth will probably have
the time of her life being a psychologist and tinkering with loose screws in pc0ple's
"Why has Margaret been going around saying 'Sh-h-h!' in a haughty tone?"
"It's just to get in practice for her future position as a librarian."
ELIZABETPI LEIGPI WOLF
"Wl1en the signs outside the auditorium reads, 'Elizabeth YV0lf-Celebrated Concert
Pianistf we Napsites can say we knew her whenf'
"How about Bobbie, Frances? What's she going to do?"
"Well, Peggy, she tells me she wants to be a social worker. And what Bobbie goes
WRIGHT, WORTH, WORTHINGTON
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JULIA WORTH JOYCE WORTHINGTON
Fidgery of pniientsf'
"Y0u'll find joyce amid tlie el.itter and SILICCLIIO elieks of typewriteix
at tlic scliuol of commerce."
"Sl1e'll be following up tlie beginningw slie got nt Napa"
"Betty will always be buried in a pile of travel folders, trying in decide
where to go on lier nexz trip."
"She will always include in lier estimated expenses money for pmt cards
J Ax amor Qfjqcers
' HAZFQI. JOHNSON
DOLLY DAVIS .
JANE MACRAE .
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BETTY IVEY . .
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BETTY A N NE WIT.
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IDORIS PA'l"I'liRSON, BI'.'I"l'Y ANN Wll.SiJN,
BARBARA BROWN, Klum' Housli
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LAHS, PIAZI l. AIUIINSON
lSAu1,1.1. CLARK, Mmm' ANN
CZOWAN, BARBARA CA1u'1aN'1'1 lx
ELLANOR HILYMAN, BEVERLY MILLER, LOUISE HARW'E1.L, ANN JACKSON
EVA TURNER, MARTIIA MINER, GLORIA ORRIN, ROSE PINTCI-IUCK,
lirfvrv LIANI-. HANQQQK, JAN1-3 CAsoN, NlAR'l'HA Gnusr, BL'I"1'Y jo
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SONIA FRLITAG, -IOYCIQ WINIQIIAA1, K1-.NNY SU'l"l'l"li, BIa'l"l'Y BARN!-.s,
C11A1u.u3 W11.1. JOSEY, MIIKIAM Rlafxms
Dol LY IJAVIS, FRANc:1Qs IDOMINIQY, JANE MAC'liAli, PAT LEIWASTIERS, AND
FRANCES CLA PP
BARBARA SMITH, NANCY SMITH, DOT HENRY, BETTY
MCLENDON, MART1'IA HYDE
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TI IIC NAPSITIQS' YEAR
Autumn is the beginning of our New Year.
lt brings us back to old friends here,
And new ones, too, to meet us all.
There's the Cecilinn play and volleyball!
NVinter rushes in with spirits gay
For basketball is on its way!
Our Christmas service we all hnld dear,
But then come exams to fill us with fear.
Spring makes us lung wistfully for recess
'When we let go the energy we just c:m't suppress.
The Mardi Gras and Spring Play
Keep us excited fur many Ll day.
Summer begins with graduation,
And we're filled with both sadness and elnrion.
Vacation is greeted with iny by iill,
But don't worry, dear Nnps, we'll be buck in the full!
lh1ARGARl 'r GlI.I.l'SI'Il
MUNDY WILLIS HAMRICK
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VANN GIBSON . . . President
DOLORES MUNDY . . Vice-President Cixi R
SUSANNE XVILLIS . . . . Sccreiary
DOLORES HAMRICR . . Treaszzrer
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JEAN HAWIQINS . . . . Prcsirlwzt
DOLORES MUNDY . . . Vicf-Prrsident
KATRINA ALFORD . . . Secretary
CAROL DENT . . . Trvasurer '
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IWUNTI-1 PAUL Mfxmmox
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CAROLYN BARNETT, CHARLOTTE BREWER, MARY
LUCILE BORN, SARA BRADHAM
CECIL ROSENSON, CAROL DENT
PEGGY THRASH, MARY JANE
IYORRAINF CIARTLR, LINNIE COLLTNS, DOT SKENDER, JANE I-IARRELSON
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TANYA TATQM, ANN Buoomf
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KNIGHT GOLDSMITH ANASON
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QIEANNIQ KNIGHT . . . . President
BIJITIJO GOLDSMITH . . Vic'c'-Przfsidvnf
ATAI.ANTli ANASON . . Treasurer
TATUM PRATHER TAYLOR DITTLER
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VIRGINIA TATUM .
HELEN PRATHER .
PATSY DITTLER .
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ZOE ANN WINDHAM
HELEN A. PRATIIER
Joan Jordan, Atalante Anason, Jeanne Knight, Rutledge Ingram,
Bettejo Goldsmith lmlssingl
Bobbie ,lean Carroll, Frances Bolding, Natalie Anderson, Ann Cochran
B1-:TTY jo CROSBY
MONT1-1 PAU 1. MAIDIDLJX
S Sunburned Napsites sadly bid farewell to summer vaca- 1 Festive Alumnae Tea given.
tion and return to school. . . ,
2 Parties over, Napsites reluctantly return to studies.
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15 New girls get acquainted at odeo party in Gym 9 Cheerleaders for coming basketball season chosen in
18 Tennis lures athletic Napsites to enjoy last of warm chapel try-outs,
weather days' 12 New student body officers elected.
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Outstanding git S chosen to be Class O Cen 14 Fearful Napsites do last-minute cramming.
16-20 Students struggle painfully through exam week.
OCTOBER 22 Pitiful Napsites, recuperating from exams, spend holidav
2 Dr. Fowle speaks in chapel. m bed'
5 Trembling Napsites try out for Cecilgansl 24 Naps defeats Sacred Heart! Basketball season off to a
, , , I , good start.
6 Cecilians take in new members in chapel skit. V kl h 1
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12 All "A" seniors are ofhcially saluted on Pi Sigma Kappa MSI Y mc es on u ton
Recognition Day- 31 Good crowd turns out for Naps-Decatur game.
6-10 Dr. Herman L. Turner brings inspiring messages during i Juniors' Original Skit and sons Win traditional Sin8'S0n8-
Rehgmus Emphasis Week' 3 Varsity defeats Alumnae.
13 Mrs. Louie Newton gives forceful talk in chapel. 7 Naps varsity Plays North Fulton.
1S lgfliss. .fklicia Coflin speaks for "World Student Fund 8 Ambitious girls try out for Ceciliansl
.. . 9Th Ce'l' ' h'blk d ld'bb .
17 Class basketball teams present original skits at recess. ree new mmm receive t eu- lc an go U ons
Volleyball teams from Seminary, Druid Hills play Naps 10 N3PS Pi3YS Alham-
in SYm' , 14 V ' l C ' .
Fathers shine at Daddies' Night P.-T. A. meeting. Narsnylp ays ovmgtOT
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21 Audience thrills to Cecilians' mystery play, "Drums of SPS Pays ommercm
Death." 21 Druid Hills-Naps game played.
23 Napsites sleep through delightful Thanksgiving holiday. 23 Sacred Heart opposes Naps varsity.
27 Seniors defeat Freshmen and Sophomores defeat juniors 28 Frances Seckinger's Radio Play is presented over WATL.
in first of exciting class basketball games.
28 Juniors lose to Seniors and Sophomores overcome Fresh-
29 Sophomore team wins basketball plaque from Seniors 2 Basketball season reaches climax at Naps-Seminary game.
and Freshmen defeat Juniors' S Joints creak on first day of bowling.
7 Napsites hear Mrs. Ben Knox in Chapel.
DECEMBER 9 Faculty and members of Board of Trustees are enter-
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5 Dr. Broyles speaks in chapel. tame at dmner .
14 Napsites sing familiar carols in beloved annual Christmas 16 Colorful H0335 and beaimfui music make Mardi GUS
service. great success.
15 Naps Varsity revealed! Girls joyfully don their green 19 Badminton and table tennis tournaments begin.
and gold sweaters. -- - - - - U - s.
Latin IV girls and Pi sigma Kappa Sponsor entertain- 27 Cecilians give delightful old favorite, Little Women.
ment of ladies from Eventide. 30 Napsites enjoy beloved Easter service before jumping
Books and studies abandoned, Napsites are off for seven- whole-heartedlly into spring vacations!
teen wonderful holidays!
WV, ' 2 Leaving holidays behind, Napsites enter last lap of school
, " year.
. 17 New members of Quill and Scroll are recognized in
' ' , chapel.
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A 27 Napsites are all in white for Commencement Sunday.
28 Dignilied Seniors parade across the lawn in billowy pastel
-' dresses-Class Day!
or 29 Seniors are starry-eyed on never-to-be-forgotten Gradua-
T tion Night!
30 Last day of school-Oh, joy! Summer.
Qa,7f ' go!
ELIZABETH WILl.IAMS . . . Prvsizlmf
MAIQGAIILT GILLIZSPIE . . Vi1'c'-Prrsidurt
DOLORFS HAMIIICK . . Scrrvlary
IKUTLEDGE INGRAM . . Tff'dS1H'L7'
MAIRTIIA ZIzLl.ARS ..... Prrsirfwzl
BIJIIY ANN WlII1'AKl'lR , Vim'-Prr'xiJI'1zi
VANN CIIBSON . . . . Sz'c'rc'fury
JOAN KIORIIAN . . Trc'asurr'r
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At last, girls' I-Ie
. re they come!
The latest edition of the Senior
Due to the fact that the Senior
Rffadrr staff works hard, we have a
swell paper. The staff consists of
twelve girls, each of them con-
tributing to the make-up of the
We salute this Hne group of girls
and the work they are doing.
Ia. MILLER, BELL, N. IVEY, I-IAWKINS, BROOKE, MCCANN, M. MILLER, WHITNER, WHITAKER,
B. IVEY, HUIE, LATHEM, O'SULLIVAN
ANN QySUl.I.IVAN . . . . . Editor NAN IvIiY . . . . S!10TfXEl,if07'
Bl.'l"l'Y ANN XVHI'rAK1iIz .... News Ezfifor ELIQANUR HUIE . Axxistanf Sjwrfs Ezlifor
IIISVI-QRI.Y MII.I.I-,R .... Axsixfanf Nvzw Effilnr BETTY IVIZY . . . Socivfy Edifor
EI IzAIs1JI'II W'IIITN1fIx ..... Fl'df1lI'l' Eilifor JEAN PIAWKINS . Lower Srlvool Eflifor
LI-.Ie INKICCANN . . . Asxixlauf Iiwafzzrr' Effifor ALICE P. RIVERS . Iiarulfy Aifrixvr
BI1'I"I'x' LA'rIIIfM . . BIISEIIUSX Managfv' ANNEBROOKL1 . . . Bmizzvs.
I'ImI'I'II BI-11.1. . . Bzzsiazvss Assisiaui MRS. D. S. DEIJORIJ .
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Dori Y lDAx'Is . . Alxxixfanl I,ifr'rarAy Iizfifor ANN HOWINGTON . 1 Ari, lfrhrm.
l'nf1"Ix' BI 'llll A . . A.YXlXfIll1f Busnzrsx Manager 1 Y V
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IFIKANKIIN l.oNc- . . . Iirlifm' Doi' Mu,i.i-pu . . Slajf Pf7!lf0.Ql'tlf7!lt'I'
These are the girls, who, with your cooperation, have been able to produce this Annual. The part of the work
most known to students is the long lines of pictures that are taken and the Atl Cninpgiign. Behind the scenes,
the staff is busy selecting gi cover, pictures, collecting, sorting, writing mnteri.1l to present the story of the year
to the school.
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ALICE JEAN CASWELL
BETTY ANN XVHITAKER
WRIGHT, LONG, BOSTICK, WOLF, LATHEM, O'SULLIVAN, WHITNER
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Pl SIGMA KAPPA
An honor to which many aspire, but which only a few attain, is Pi Sigma Kappa. To
win this honor, a girl must have had at least an "A" average in her Sophomore antl
Junior years in the college preparatory course. At graduation the names of the Alunior
girls who have made it are read out from the stage. lt is a very happy group of girls
who, there in the presence of the lovely rose-hedeelxed Ciratluates, receive their blue
rihhons on the stage from the Senior Pi Sigma Kappas.
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Cglze Cecifian Qfay
The house lights dim, the curtains part,
The Cecilian play is about to start.
The audience awaits with bated breath
For the presentation of "Drums of Death."
The maid Celeste mystically chants,
And foretells the future while in her trance.
The drums beat, the darts fly,
Another victim is about to die.
The sheriff enters to solve the case,
But brings about his own disgraceg
He talks to Myrtle on the phone
Searching for his badgeg but he's not alone,
For in comes a creature garbed all in black,
And does strange things behind his back.
Ah! what is this, a secret romance.
The plot thickens, you can tell at a glance
That Paula's in love. But to make your flesh creep
Mrs. Oakley, with her lantern, walks in her sleep.
But to top this all, jules keeps you in doubt,
By continually stating, "He am just stepped out."
The Cccilians make up our Ilrnxnntic Club, Ll Imrd working group who, twicv: gi ycnr,
entertain thc school with :l play. They hold Ll Try-Out in thc fall .md :lnothcr in
the spring. Much cxcitcnicnt reigns on thcsc Thursdays whcn budding actresses gn
about rather dazed, murmuring, gcsturing, and awaiting brcnthIcssIy those famous
clever announcements at Friday morning's chapel.
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FIRST SIZMFSTITR OFFICERS
SIZCON D SITMliSTI?R OFFICERS
PEN DER TATOM
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WHITNER, BROWN, LONG, DAVIS, O'SULLIVAN, LATHEM
QUILI. and SCRQLL
Quill and Scroll is a national journalistic group and we feel
honored that we have a branch here. To be a member, you
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must be in the upper third of your class and have had pub-
, in , lished in either the Senioi' Rean'r'r' or the Annual a definite
X amount of Work. Since some do make membership, we can't
say that it is impossible to get in, but we would say that it
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A ,A MEMBERS
All BARBARA BROWN
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N ANN O,SULLIVAN
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The Bible Club is .in 0l'g.Il1llLl-
tion for the purpuse of studying
the Bible anal helping others.
Membership is open to .ill of our
high school students. They meet
twice Ll month to study the
Bible, and frequently have Ll
speaker. One of their projects is
work at Aiclmore where they
brighten the lives of the chil-
dren by telling them stories.
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I.. l.ee, R. l.ee, P. l.em.islers,
KI. Mgierne, M. Mnltisnu, l.. Me-
Canu, P. MeC.re.uIy, M, Miller,
S. Murphy, A. O'Sulliv.in, ll.
l'.utersun, K. Pender, M. l'er-
sons, XV. Shipley, A. Smith, ll.
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JOAN JORDAN, PAT DE FORD, MARY JANE POTTER, JULIANNE COOK, KATHERINE BLACKSHEAR
JAQJLJNIQR RED CROSS COUNCIL
The Junior Red Cross Council is a grand group of
girls who head our work for others. Each class elects
one girl as their representative and the school chooses
a school representative. Under their guidance and that
of their adviser, we Hll baskets of food at the holidays
for those less fortunate than ourselvesg we pack boxes
for the school children in the liberated countriesg we
put over polio and forget-me-not drivesg we collect
tin foil Qeven in war daysjg We buy and sell Stamps
and Bonds-Yes, we try to work, and we are for-
tunate to have such leaders.
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NORAS, COOK, LATHEM, WOOD, JENTZEN, SHIPLEY, WILSON, IVEY, LAZEAR
The newly organized Ifrench Club has several interesting featuresg among these are their
social life and their scrapbook. They have parties throughout the year at members'
homes. Of a more serious nature is their scrapbook. lt contains articles which the girls
have found about lfranee and the French speaking world. As a result of these activities,
the girls have a keener interest in French.
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Have you ever tried for the Cecilians,
Dramatic club at Naps?
If you haven't, it's quite worth the effort,
You may be selected, perhaps.
First you search the world for a subject
That the judges will accept.
Then you study and practice the poem
Till you think you've become adept.
The night before you are quite restless
You dream you cannot say a word.
And your knees are shaking so loudly
That no other sound can be heard.
Day comes. T'here's Mother to wake you.
"Can you say it?" she will anxiously ask.
You rush through it without an error
And think, "That wasn't a task."
So blithely you go through the school day.
You shed all your lessons like dust.
At recess you regale your classmates
With the speech--you feel that you must.
Then comes the actual moment
Your number has been called at last.-
The walk to the platform is endless,
But at least the waiting is past.
The first verse you say seems quite easy,
The second you're doubtful and pauseg
Beginning the third you recover
And finish-hear the applause!!
You rush from the room all aquiver
Thankful indeed to be through.
But oh, what a wonderful feeling
When you find out they really chose you.
Have you ever watched a Napsite
Opening her locker door?
Have you seen her eager eyes light up,
The moment just before?
Have you wondered why she sighed
As she took a peep inside?
Wondered why she looked so foolish,
Wondered what it was she spied?
If you'll look into her locker,
You won't wonder any more. '
There's a picture of Van Johnson
Pasted on her locker door!
I know that I shall never forget
The smell of gas from out the jet
Or how in vain my partner tries
To wipe the acid from her eyes.
Mid shouts of triumph and disaster
Experiments continue faster
'Til at last the weary class
Is o'er come by some queer gas.
The announcements made in Chapel
Sometimes provoke your smiles
All made by different girls
In many different styles.
There's the girl who drawls out slowly,
"Yawl, weive lots ta' do, ya' know"
She sounds like a southern character
You see in a picture show.
The girl that leaps up wildly
And rattles off things so fast
You hear the first of their sentence,
But what was that part at the last?
There's the girl that hangs her head
And mumbles things way down low,
You can't understand what she says
And you hope that you're not 'sposed to know.
Every one makes mistakes we see,
For perfection's hard to reach.
But let's all start in chapel today
To try to improve our speech.
BIG PUSH ON NAPS FRONT
Ever hear of Bessie Fordam in the class of .'4S?
She took her time to get in line, and now she isn't alive.
Now I should like to tell you, although it's an admission,
The other girls got all the lunchg Bess died of malnutrition.
So, welcome, little new girls. Let me give you some advice.
It takes a lot of muscle, to get a little rice.
The gal that runs the fastest, when the lunch gong peals away
Is the one that gets the vitamins, to run the race next day.
The morning after
The night before
We feared to enter
The study hall door.
But we finally went in
To await the doom
That we knew would come
In that fateful room.
After hours of working
To make a good mark,
We welcomed the "freedom"
As light after dark!
The horrified looks we were wearing were spent
And the smiles that we bore were smiles of content.
SENIOR READER-HERE'S 'TO
There is a little paper
Simple as can be,
But getting up those columns
There's always hurly burly
The day we go to press.
Features'readg not so newsy,
When written under stress.
Our journalistic efforts
Seem weak when we are through,
But we give you--Senior Reader
Naps' paper-Here's to you!
QYIIQ VARSITY ff-fi - :T IS ,W
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HOWINGTON . . . Posters
ROOHAN . . . Tennis
CAsW111.1, . . Tal1If'T1'1111is
Poouii . . Bazlnziufou
Ivifv . . . BUZUIIIIKQ
XVHITAKIQR . . Basketball
XVILLIAMS . . Field Day
XVHITNIQR . . . Volk'-ylzall
Miss FUGITT . . Fm-zzlly Adviser
Posters, announcements, schedules,
and scores are all connected with
the work of the Athletic Board.
Each sport that has ll major place
in the school has a girl ns L1 chair-
man, whose work it is to see that
this sport is kept in the limelight.
She stirs up interest in her sport
and tries to get as many to partici-
pate as she can. They do 21 reall job
and surely deserve all the praise we
CASWELL, WHITAKER, FUGITT, WILLIAMS, JORDAN, ROOHAN, O'SULLlVAN, IVEY, POGUE,
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notineetl at the close of the first
lxisltetlmll practices. The practices
LIIK' open to the entire high school
and .1 majority try out. Although
the games are few, class spirit
reaches its peak .is el.1ss members
cheer on their te.1ms to victory.
The highly eovetetl prize is the
pl.1tlLlC upon which the winning
te.1m nllixes their class name and
tl.1te. In the school these games are
highlights of the ye.1r.
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The class of 1945
Turns back a page or two
In the book that holds their history
Of the days when they were few.
They've always been a noble Class,
Standing for high ideals,
And when it comes to friendliness
'Tis the greatest of their appeals.
They started in the seventh grade
A class eleven strong,
Their Duke was Prince of Mardi Gras
Life seemed just like a song.
And now they found that they'd become
The Seniors of Junior High:
They studied Diana, Venus, and Zeus
And Apollo's ride in the sky.
They lighted the candles at Christmas,
Each holding a flaming taper,
And, before they came to graduate,
They put out the Snappy Newspaper.
High School! At last they'd reached the goal
And what a new sensation-
They sat in Study Hall and dreamed
About a grand vacation.
They delved in Shakespeare, Coleridge, and Poe,
And in sports they did excel,
They gave of their best to the Freshman Class
And jumped at every bell.
The Sophomore year was glorious
Except for the novels of Scottg
Then after they struggled through all of this
They found Charles Dickens their lot.
Their group always had time to play
No matter how much work,
And when came time for Mardi Gras
They were the last to shirk.
"Mrs. Miniver" was their theme,
'Twas beautifully done,
They also made the pink Rose Chain-
They had just worlds of fun.
As Juniors they were snappy,
Big sales talkers as well-
They won the greater Naps Campaign
And then ran out pell mell
To get their "Lorna Doone" books done
Before the stated date,
For if they failed to know it well
They met a gruesome fate. .
Their Senior trials seemed so many
And true there were a few
With Milton, Bunyan, and dear old Burke
And Boyle, and Malta's jew.
The Mardi Gras was glorious,
The best you've ever seen.
Then they looked forward to Class Day
To its honors and its Queen.
The last page of their history
With joy and richness flows,
And from each high school day
A loving memory grows.
They found their teachers glad to help
A In failures and success,
And with each golden hour that passed
They shared our happiness.
It's hard for us to say goodbye
Because we've had such fun-
We've had so much to bind us all
And make us seem as one.
But an opportunity greets us
To go out and make Naps shine-
We all will work and do our best for
A school that is so fine!
E. WILLIAMS, '45
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We, the Seniors of '44-'45, being of educated minds and "Miss Fugitt" trained bodies, do bequeath to next
year's Seniors the agony of chemistry lab in the cold gray dawng the delight of not keeping study halls, and
the haven of Senior Hall.
I, Betty Anderson, bequeath to Kenny'Sutter my
I, Barbara Berman, bestow upon Sonia Freitag and
Renee Newman my frequent trips to Mrs. Hodges.
I, Helen Anderson, leave my vocal chords Qfor
screaming at basketball gamesj to Nancy Smith.
I, Virginia Bishop, bequeath my talent as a model
to Frances Clapp.
I, Katherine Blackshear, will my chapel announce-
ments to Pat DeFord.
I, Jean Bodin, leave two inches of my height to
I, Barbara Bostick, bequeath my place on the honor
roll to Betty Barnes and Miriam Reams.
I, Alice Jean Caswell, do leave to Beverly Miller
I I, Julianne Cook, bequeath to Marian Mattison my
I, Florence Crook, leave my lovely blonde locks to
Martha Zellars and Pat Lemasters, who wanted them
I, Ruth Fiske, leave my high notes to Hazel
I, Elizabeth Frink, will my even temper to Patsy
I, Frances Harbin, bestow upon Ann Whatley my
talent for theme writing.
I, Elizabeth Hirleman, leave my remarkable ability
to tumble to Gloria Orkin and Martha Grist.
I, Martha Hosford, bequeath to Frances Dominey
my tardiness to chemistry lab.
I, Anne Howington, bestow upon Dolly Davis all
my bobby pins.
I, Clodie Hubbell, leave my double joints, so useful
in gym, to Charlie Will Josey.
' I, Eleanor Huie, leave to Jonny Carpenter my
ability to Whisper in class.
I, Nan Ivey, bequeath to Judy House my spark-
I, Myrtis Jentzen, leave to Peggy Champion my
I, Frances Jordan, bequeath my gay, rippling laugh-
ter to Betty Anne Wilson.
I, Charlotte Kerr, leave my calm dignity to Jane
I, Betty Lathem, will to Edith Bell my many hours
spent talking on the phone.
I, Caroline Laurent, will my timidity to Betty jo
I, Lorton Lee, will my poker face to Dot Henry.
I, Rebecca Lee, reluctantly leave my camera to
Betty Jane Hancock.
I, Dottie Lietch, bequeath my spirited cheerleading
to Claire Brown.
I, Frances Long, bequeath my "stickability" to
Patsy Fulton. Take care of it! .
I, Lee McCann, bestow upon Betty McLendon my
I, Jane McLain, leave my trim ankles to Barbara
I, Marilyn Miller, leave my western accent to Carol
I, Thalia Noras, bestow my irresistible charm on
Ann jackson and Ruth Scarratt.
I, Anne O'Sullivan, leave my editorial ability to
I, Carolyn Pogue, will to Mary Ann Cowan my
long, wavy locks.
I, Mary Anne Pogue, leave my strong will to Rose
Pintchuck, Joyce Windham, and Eva Turner. Divide
it among yourselves.
I, Peggy Roohan, bequeath my salesmanship to
I, Kathryn Routsos, leave my genius for Latin to
I, Frances Seckinger, leave my irrepressible pep to
I, Wilma Shipley, bequeath my indisputable au-
thority to Barbara Wall.
I, Janice Udell, leave my journalistic ability to
I, Marilyn Watt, leave my soft southern drawl to
Martha Miner. '
I, Betty Ann Whitaker, will my seat in Latin IV
to Betty Ivey.
I, Elizabeth Whitner, will my beloved nickname,
"Tibus," to Barbara Hope.
I, Elizabeth Williams, leave my South African dia-
lect to Margaret Gillespie.
I, Margaret Wilson, will my patience to Dot
I, Elizabeth Wolf, will my artistic temperament to
I, Bobby Wood, will my gym suit to Mary Louise
I, Julia Worth, bequeath to Martha Hyde my ob-
noxious ability to pop chewing gum.
I, Joyce,Worthington, bequeath my sunny smile to
Barbara Carpenter. 1
I, Betty Wright, leave to Betty Rose Stivers my
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BETTY ANDERSON -
Vice-President of Sophomore Class '42-'43g Chorus '43-'4S.
School Junior Red Cross Representative '44-'45g Bible
Club '44-'453 Tennis Team '44-'4S.
Class Basketball Team '43-'44g Class Volleyball Team
BARBAR A BOSTICK
Class Basketball Team '43-'44 and '44-'45g Bible Club '44-
'4Sg Pi Sigma Kappa, President '44-'4Sg Class Volleyball
Team '43-'44 and '44-'45.
ALICE JEAN CASWELL
Secretary of Freshman Class '41-'42g Vice-President of
Sophomore Class '42-'43g Secretary of Student Body '42-
'43g Advisory Board '43-'44 and '44-'45g President of
junior Class '43-'445 Superlative '43-'44g Class Day Maid
'41-'42g Junior Marshal '43-'44g First Place in Table Ten-
nis Singles and Doubles '41-'42 and '42-'43g Second Place
in-Table Tennis Singles '43-'44g First Place in Table Ten-
' nis Doubles '43-'44g Class Basketball '41-'45g Bible Club
'44-'45g Gladys Neal Cup '44.
Senior Class Junior Red Cross Representative '44-'45g junior
Duke in Mardi Gras '43-'44g Bible Club '44-'4Sg President
of French Club '44-'4Sg Vice-President of junior Class '43-
'44g President of Athletic Association '44-'4Sg Class Basket-
ball Team '43-'44 and '44-'45g Varsity '43-'44 and '44-'45s
Vice-President and Treasurer of the French Club '44-'4S.
Bible Club '44-'45.
y Class Basketball Team '42-'43 and '43-
Z '44g Class Red Cross Representative
Cheerleader '43-'44 and '44-'45g Class
Basketball Team '44-'45g Class Volley-
ball Team '44-'45g Varsity Volleyball
jg X.-, ANNE HOWINGTON
KWJ Class Basketball Team '43-'44g Athletic
Board '44-'45g Art Editor of Annual
Annual Staff Photographer '43-'443
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Class Basketball Team '43-'44g Class
Volleyball Team '43-'44.
Class Basketball Team '43-'44 and '44-,45g Class Volleyball
Team '43-'44g Assistant Sports Editor of Senior Reader
'44-'45s Cecilian Club '44-'4S.
NAN IVEY '
Class Day Maid '41-'42 and '43-'44g Treasurer of Student
Body '41-'42g Vice-President of Freshman Class '41-'42g
Sub-Varsity '41-'42g Varsity '42-'4Sg Senior Reader Staff
'43-'445 Sports Editor of Senior Reader '44-'45g Tennis
Teamg Bowling Teamg Table Tennis, Second Place '42-'43g
Junior Duchess Mardi Gras '43-'44g Athletic Board '44-'4Sg
French Club '44-'45g Bible Club '44-'4Sg Class Volleyball
Team '44-'45g Secretary of Senior Classg'44-'4S.
Secretary of French Club '44-'45g Vice-President of Senior
Class '44-'45g President of French Club '44-'45.
Secretary of Athletic Association '44-'4Sg Bible Club '44-
Secretary of Senior Class '44-'45g Christmas Choir '44-'45.
Bible Club Treasurer '43-'44 and President '44-'4Sg Assist-
ant Business Manager Senior Render '43-'4-45 Business Man-
ager Senior Reader '44-'4Sg French Club '44-'45g Quill and
Scroll '44-'4-Kg Pi Sigma Kappa '44-'45g Scorekeeper for
Varsity Games '44-'453 Christmas Chorus ,43-'44 and
Bible Club '44-'455 Class Basketball Team '44-'45g Varsity
Basketball Team '44-'45g Varsity Volleyball Team '44-'4S.
Treasurer Sophomore Class '42-'4-3g Annual Photographer
'44-'4S9 Bible Club '44-'4Sg Basketball Timekeeper '44-'4-S.
Cheerleader '43-'44 and '44-'4-S3 Class Basketball Team
Pi Sigma Kappa '44-'4Sg Assistant Literary Editor of An-
nual '43-'44g Editor of Annual '44-'4Sg Quill and Scroll
Ceeilian Club '43-'4-ig Bible Club '44-'45g Assistant Fea-
lure Editor of Senior Reader '44-'4Sg Parliamentarian,
Assistant Business Manager Senior Reader '43-'44g Bible
THALIA NORAS .
Captain of Gym Class '42-'43g Class Basketball Team '41-
'44g Captain of Class Basketball Team '42-'43 and '43-'44g
Class Volleyball Team '42-'43 and '43-'44g French Club
Editor of Senior Reader '44-45g Varsity '42-'45, '43-'44
and '44-'Hg Class Basketball Team '41-'4Sg Sub-Varsity
'41-'42g President of Freshman Class '41-'42g Treasurer of
Student Body '42-'43g Treasurer of Junior Class '43-'44g
Treasurer of Senior Class '44-'4Sg President of Senior Class
'44-'45g Advisory Board '43-'443 Athletic Board '44-'45g
Winner of Swimming Meet '42g Pi Sigma Kappa '44-'4Sg
Quill and Scroll.
Treasurer of Freshman Class '41-'42: Sub-Varsity '41-'42g
Varsity '42-'43 and '44-'45: Class Basketball Team '41-'42,
'42-'43 and '44-'45g Athletic Board '44-'4S.
MARY ANNE POGUE
Sub-Varsity '41-'42g Volleyball '41-'42g Duke in Mardi
Gras '41-'42g Class Basketball Team '41-'42g Chorus of
Fall Stunt '42-'43g Cheerleader '44-'4S.
Class Basketball Team '42-'45g Class Volleyball Team '42-
'4Sg First Place in Tennis Doubles '43-'44g Second Place
in Tennis Singles '43-'44g Assistant Business Manager of
Senior Reader '43-'44g Secretary of junior Class '43-'44g
Business Manager of Annual '44-'45g Cecilian President
Class Day Maid '42-'43g Prince:s in Mardi Gras '42-'43,
First Place in Diving '41-'42g Sub-Varsity '41-'42g Varsity
'42-'43g Volleyball Varsity '44-'45: Class Basketball Team
'4l-'43g Advisory Board '45-'44g Bible Club '44-'45: French
Club '44-'4Sg Treasurer of Senior Class '44-'45g Secretary
of French Club '44-'45,
Class Volleyball Team '44-'4Sg Volleyball Varsity '44-'4Sg
BETTY ANN WI-IITAKER
Feature Editor Sen'or Reader '43-'44g News Editor Senior
Reader '44-'45g President of Freshman Class '41-'4-24 Vice-
President of Sophomore Class '42-'43g Vice-President of
junior Class '43-'44g President of Senior Class '44-'Mg
Treasurer of Student Body '41-'42g Vice-President of Stu-
dent Body '44-'4Sg Class Basketball Team '41-'45: Varsity
'41-'45, Captain '44-'45g Athletic Board '44-'4S: Bible
Club ,44-'4Sg Advisory Board '44-'4Sg Volleyball Varsitv
Class Basketball Team '41-'42g Treasurer of Freshman Class
'41-'42g Winner of Dorothy Partridge Cup '41-'42g Alum-
nae Editor of Annual '42-'45g Secretary of Sophomore Class
'42-'43g Most Representative Sophomore '42-'43g Assistant
Feature Editor Senior Reader '43-'44g Feature Editor of
Senior Reader '44-'45g President of junior Class '43-'44:
Advisory Board '43-'44 and '44-'45g Athletic Board '44-'45g
Bible Club '44-'4Sg President of Pi Sigma Kappa '44-'4Sg
Quill and Scroll '4-S.
Class Basketball Team '42-'45g Sophomore Class President
'42-'43g Class Day Maid '42-'43g Vice-President of Student
Body '43-'44: Vice-President of junior Class '43-'44:
Cecilian '43-'45g President '44-'4Sg President of Student
Body '44-'45g Vice-President of Senior Class '44-'45g Ath-
letic Board '44-'45,
War Stamp Seller '43-'4-43 Class Red Cross Representative
'43-'44g Bible Club '43-'44.
Class Basketball Team '41-'44g Assistant Business Manager
of Annual '43-'44g Pi Sigma Kappa '44-'45.
BOBBIE WOOD X I
Bible Club '43-'44, .i f .- g'
JULIA WORTH l X
Class Basketball Team '44-'4Sg Varsity J f,
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JOYCE WORTHINGTON QU
Christmas Chorus. '
BETTY VURIGHT -- ...-
President of the Sophomore Class '42- -fa,
'43: Advisory Board '43-'44g Literary -5'
Editor of the Annual '44-'4Yg Pi Sigma
Kappa '44-'4S. '
Class Cup ....
Ceeilian Dramatic Cup
Award, Ciuitan Club .
Medal, American Legion
Medal, Atlanta Chapter,
D.A.R.. . . .
Medal, Ioseph Haber-
sham Chapter, D.A.R.
Medal, General john
Floyd Chapter, U. S.
Daughters of 1812 .
Medal, Atlanta Chapter,
U. D. C. . . . .
Memorial Cup . .
The Gladys Neal
Memorial Cup . .
Napsonia . . .
The Mrs. I. M. High
Iunior Marshal .
Flower Girls .
Maids . . .
Presented By Presented To
Alice Jean Caswell, Student President . . . SENIOR CLASS
Claire Kemper, Cecilian President .......... RUTH CLAPI'
Mr. Clark Harrison, Chairman, Citizenship Committee, Civitan Club . EDITH LIVELY
Mr. J. L. R. Boyd, Chairman, Essay Committee ..... MARTHA ZELLARS
Mrs. Harry Malone, Regent . . . . FRANCES WRIGHT
Miss Dixie Stevens, Regent . . . LIDA WALKER
Mrs: Lawrence McCord, President . . LOUISE SHARP
Mrs. John Moreland Speir, President . . . ATALANTE ANASON
Miss Dorothy Fugitt, a former winner . ,. MARGARET ALTMAN, ANNE BROOKE
Mrs. Frederick Shelton, a former Pi Sigma Kappa . . . ALICE JEAN CASWELL
Alice Jean Caswell, Junior Marshal . . . . JOANNE RAE
. . . . . . . . . ATALANTE ANASON
. . . . . . . . . . . . . ALICE JEAN CASWELL, '45
. . JERE WARD, '56 fDaughter of jo Taylor Ward, '33jg PATTY TOOLIN, '56
LYNN BARRER, NAN IVEY, '45, MARGARET GILLESPIE, MARTHA ZELLARS, '46, MAR-
GARET ALTMAN, PEGGY MCCREADY, '47,
Julia Greenfield Kulrnan Margaret Ransom Sheffield
Elizabeth Flinn Eckert Mary Willis Hgyf
Sarah Dobl-s Blanc
Margaret Lee Colbert Nllllie l"" Howard
Dorothy Malone Yates
SOME FORMER ANNUAL ICDITORS
Happy days of the past when Annuals reached the hands of eager Napsites!
Here we look upon some of these editors as they are today.
1915-Mary Willis Hoyt CMrs. George B., now a member of the Board of
Trustees of our schoolj . . . The first annual-a thrill! But also concern,
lor some miscallcd the name "Naps-onion," and the next year it had to be
1919-Margaret Ransom Sheffield Clvlrs. l. M., . . . An annual, yes,
but the world still so war torn, we called it only "The Green and Gold."
1922-,lulia Greenfield Kulman lMrs. H. M.1 . . . A beautiful year, for
war was almost forgotten and we thought none could come again.
l926+Elizebeth Flinn Eckert CMN. R. G.1 , . . An especially great basket-
ball year, the victory everywhere sung by the annual. Naps 371 points, no
losses, opponents 156 points.
1932-Sarah Dobbs Blanc CMrs. L. A.1 . . . Yes, ri great innovation-the
Senior pictures were with drapes-4-how glamorous!
1933-Margaret Lee Colbert . . . The Annual for the class that quarreled
more violently, more gaily, more cheerfully--and loved each other more
ardently-than any other.
I936-Nettie Lee Greer Howard QMrs. james C., ,1r.1 . . . Do you re-
member that clever strokef-our own baby pictures along with our Senior
pictures to complete our feeling of grown-up-ness?
1938-Dorothy Malone Yates fMrs. Charlcsj . . . A year of confusion
with two sets of identical twins.
1940--lulia Harvard Warnoch QMrs. R. P., ,1r.1 . . . This year brought
Mardi Gras to Naps, which has since become an established custom here.
1941-,lane Estes . . . A year of happiness, service, play, and succe-s. Oli,
what a sad night graduation night was!
1944--Ann Ransom . . . And mem: ries clung about :i year so close, so dear!
Jane Estes Ann Ransom
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