North High School - Polaris Yearbook (Nashville, TN)
- Class of 1950
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NORTH NASHVTLLE HTGH SCHOOL
THE SENIOR CLASS OE 1950
MRS. MARGARET G. GRAY Miss ELEANOR GRAHAM
Through our years at North High, Mrs. Margaret G.
Gray and Miss Eleanor Graham have guided and en'
Couraged us to achieve higher ideals in life. Because of
their unfailing devotion, our hearts are Hlled with gratif
tude for these kind and understanding counselors. We
therefore dedicate to them this issue of the Polaris.
VIIRLJINIA ALLEY' MAIII' FRIEL BROWN EDYTHB DICRENS JAMES A. DENNIS BANTON S. DOAIQ
English Lzbriiriun Cornmerce Health, History Imlzislrml Arts
IVIARGARET DOUGLAS NIIRMA DIINNINI: ETI-IEL FRIEDMAN LILLIAN GILCIillIST ELEANOR GRAHAM
Miisic English Home Economics Art History
MAIKN' ELIZABETH MAIKW' KATHERINE
MARGARET C. GIQAX' JEAN HAGEY IVIARY HALLLUIRAN HAMILTON HAMMEII
History History English Mathematics, History Home Economics
-IIMMIE HARVILL M SGT. HATFIELD EMMA R. HEWITT ANNA IVIARGARET HILL Miss. ELIZABETH
English R. O. T. C, English English B. .lf-.CKSON
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RAYMOND MEDLEY .... . . .CofEditor
DELORES BUTLER .... ......., C ofEditor
WILLIAM TARRENTS . .,.......... Business Manager
CHERRB ORNDORFP ,...... Assistant Business Manager
BERNARD VON DOHLEN ......... . . .Photographic Editor
4, , M DOUGLAS SMITH .......... Assistant Photographic Editor
s FRED CLINARD ,... ..4....,,. S ports Editor
DELORES BUTLER SUB SNEED ..... , , .Assistant Sports Editor
ANN SCHUTT .,......,. ...,..,. T ypist
Miss ELEANOR GRAHAM ,... .,,. F aculty Adviser
Ann Schutt, Fred Clinurd, Sue Sneecl, Raymond Medley, Delores Butler,
Bernard Von Dohlcn, Williaim Torrents, and Douglas Smith
BARBARA HENRY. A ,
Pun. PHILLIPS. . A , .
RUTH DEMONBREUN . ,
JOYCE BAIRD ...,
RUBY BROWN, . .
MARGARET COBB. . .
Miss EDYTHE DICKENS.
Miss MARY HALLORAN. .
A . . . , , . .Literary Editor
Assistant Literary Editor
, . ,Historian
. . .Will Maker
A . iWill Maker
. . ,Faculty Adviser
. . .Faculty Adviser
Margaret Cobb, Ruby Brown, Joyce Baird, Barbara Henry, Ruth Demon'
breun, Mildred Cartwright, Phil Phillips, and Dclorcs Cartwright.
On a bright sunny day in September of 1944, a group of scared but thrilled youngsters entered
North High. After a few weeks of bells ringing, slippery halls, and many of us being lost from our home'
rooms, everyone settled down for work. Some of the lucky low seven teachers were Miss Jimmie Harvill
and Mrs. Henry Nance. The high seven students had Miss Minnie Barker, Miss Haddie Sanders, and
Mrs. Ruth Cain.
During the next two years of school there were new activities for the seventh and eighth graders.
Some of the boys were on the junior High Basketball team and some of the girls were elected junior
High Cheerleaders. Boy, were they thrilled!!!!
The biggest events of the ninth grade for as we liked to be called, "Freshmen"J were the election
of Superlatives and the planning of a party which was held in the library.
In June of 1947, those who were eligible marched down the aisle of the auditorium to receive their
ninth grade certificates.
In the tenth grade everyone felt important because we were recognized as part of the Senior High
Among the organizations which the various students took part in were the Dramatic Club Cwhich
I might add produced some very good playsj, The YfTeens, and the Letter Club.
At football practice every afternoon we could see Roy Prizzell, Eddie Wilson, James Loftin,
Thurman Taylor, Albert Regg, Sid Cox, Ben Trotter, jesse Cole, Fred Clinard, and Taft Anderson.
On the side, cheering the boys along and practicing were the cheer' leaders, with Lila Anne Crump as
Captain. My, what a cute bunch of chicks!!!!
As we moved one step closer to the end of our high school career we finally reached our Junior
year. Those with a gleam of intelligence received an invitation to become a member of Nu Eta Sigma
Chapter of the National Honor Society. This was a great achievement and was looked on as a great
honor by all the students. Some of the more industrious students took part in the Diversified Occupaf
tions program and became members of the T. and I. Club. Those students spent half of the day in school
and half of it at their various jobs. One of the most important events of our Junior year was the carrying
out of our plans for the annual juniorfSenior Prom.
At last we have reached our Senior year. In this our last year many honors were achieved. John
Hudson was elected President of the Student Body. Sue Ellen Sneed was elected President of the Senior
Class. Lila Anne Crump and Cynthia Jones were CofEditors of the North Star. Battalion Commander
of the R. O. T. C. was Ben Trotter and Battalion Sponsor was Lila Anne Crump. Lila Anne was also
chosen "Football Queen" and her attendants were Wilma Haney and Sue Ellen Sneed.
One morning, about three weeks after school started, the halls were a little brighter than usual
because the Seniors had received their rings. Were we proud!
And now on Graduation night, we are actually at that point about which we have dreamed, pre'
paring to go into our graduation exercises. We notice the large audience made up of our friends. Help'
ing to assure us of our appearance and to help us remain calm are our Senior sponsors, Miss Edythe
Dickens, Miss Mary Halloran and Miss Eleanor Graham, who are merely continuing the aid they have
given us all year.
Tonight is a time for looking back and for looking forward. Looking back, we review our twelve
school years and the memories associated with them. Old names, old events all seem to have been
crowded into an unbelievably short time. Looking ahead, we can see the adult world which we are
entering-through the light of our individual plans. Each of us cannot help thinking of the achieve'
ments he wishes to attain, and the ambitions he wishes to realize.
When at last we take our places on the stage, our emotions are mixed joy and sorrow . .
but mostly joy at the goal we have attained.
Sun ELLEN QNEED Sm Cox
Preszdent Vice President
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
WILk1.A HANEX' ALBERT Ram:
Newspaper Club, '45, Football "B" Team. '45-'46, Football Varsity,
'47348-'49, Letter Club, '48-'49-'50, Secretary-Treasurer, '4fL'505 Po-
litical Club, '47, Golf, '46-'47-'48-'49-'50, R. O. T. C., '48-'40, Master
Sergeant, '49, Honor Squad '49, Senior High Chorus, '43-'50, Chief of
Fire Patrol, '49-'50.
Transferred from Cumberland High Sehool, '47, R. 0. T. C., '47-'48"402
Football Varsity, '49.
HELEN JOYCE BAIRD
Senior High Chorus '46-'47-'48-'49"S0. Commuters Chorus '48-'4'J. All'
State Chorus '40-'50, Girls' Athletic Club '47-'48 '40-'50, President, '47-
'48, President, Homeroom '-47348, Viee President, Glee Club '47-'48,
junior High Cheerleader '46-'47, Senior High Cheerleader '47 '4Xf'49-'50,
Ohiee Staff '45-'46-'47-'48-'49-'50, R. O. T. C. Sponsor '49-'50, Captain
'49-'50, Will Maker, Polaris '50, Honor Soeiety '5U.
MINNIE MAI BARNES
Hand '46-'47-'48-'49-'50, Secretary '49-'50, Dramatic Club '40 '47, Treasu-
rer, '46-'47, Most Popular Girl '47, Best All Round Girl '47 '50, Viee Presif
dent, Homeroom '47, Senior High Chorus '47-'48-'49"50, Glee Club '47,
Hit Paraders '47, Girl Reserve '47-'48, junior High Cheerleader '47,
Senior High Cheerleader '48, President, Student Couneil '49, Secretary,
Girls' Athletic Club '49-'50, Treasurer, Homeroom '49-'50, R, O. T. C.,
DORIS VERN BEAR
Tumbling Club '45-'46, Honor Roll '45-'40-'47-'48-'49, Reading Club
Football Varsity '45A'4o"-I7-'49, Football "B" Team '48, junior High
Basketball '45-'46, Basketball "B" Team '46-'48, Esquires All Ameriean
Baseball Game, Chicago '46, Baseball-State Championship '49, South
eastern Runners-Up '49, R. O. T, C., '40-'47-'48, Rifle Team '47-'48,
Letter Club '46-'47-'48-'49.
RUBY JANE BROWN
Transferred from Goodlettsville High School, '47, Senior High Chorus.
'48-'49-'50, Spanish Club, '49-'50, Polaris Stuff, '5U.
Honor Roll, '47-'48, Honor Society, '49-'50, Viee President. 'Slip Treasurer.
Homeroom, '49, Reading Club, '49-'50, Most Bashful Girl, '50.
R. O. T. C., '46-'47-'48-'49, Spanish Club, '47-'48, Basketball "B" Team,
Library Staff, '46-'47, Glee Club, '46-'47, Secretary-Treasurer, Homeromn.
'46-'47, Hit Paraders Club, '46-'47, Honor Roll, '48-'40f'50g Reading Club,
'-49350, Secretary, Homeroom, '49-'50, Girl Most Likely to Succeed.
'49-'50, Co-Editor, Polarix, '49-'5U.
DELORES KATHERINE CARTWRIGHT
Honor Roll, '46-'47-'48, Honor Society, '47, Secretary, Junior Y-Teens,
'46, Library Staff, '46-'47, Senior YfTeens, '47-'48-'49, Majorette, '48-'49,
Polaris Stalf, '49.
MILDRBD LUCILLE CARTWRIGHT
Secretary-Treasurer, Homeroom, '46-'473-10-'50, Senior Y-Teens, '46-'47-
'48-'49-'50, Library StaH', '46, Honor Roll, '40-'50, Championship Volley
Ball Team, '48, Class Historian, Polaris, '49.
FRED L. CLINARD
junior High Basketball, '46-'47, junior High Softball, '47, Football "B"
Team, '46, Football Varsity. '47-'48-'49, Basketball "B" Team, '-175
Basketball Varsity, '48-'49-'50, Letter Club, '48-'49-'50, R. O. T, C.,
'47-'48349-'50, Rifle Team, '47-'48-'49-'50, Sergeant, '47-'48, Color Guard.
'47348-'49, Major, '49-'50, Fire Patrol, '48-'49, Newspaper Staff, '49f'50,
Sports Editor, Polaris Staff, '50.
Senior Girl Reserves, '45, Honor Roll, '45-'46-'47-'48, Spanish Club. '47i
North Star Reporter, '48-'49-'50, T K I Club, '48-'49-'50, Sunshine Chair'
man, '48-'49-'50, Vice-President, '49-'50,
Red Cross Club, '46-'47, Music Appreciation Club, '48-'49, Senior High
Chorus, '48-'49, Newspaper Club, '49-'50, Daintiest Girl, '49-'50, Polaris
Vice-President, Freshman Class, '46, R. U. T. C., '40-'47-'48, First Sera
geant, '47-'48, Vice-President, Honieroorn, '47-'48-'49, Football "B"
Team, '46, Varsity Football, '47348-'49, Basketball "B" Team, '48,
Basketball. Manager, '49, Letter Club, '47348949-'50, Senior High Chorus.
'48-'49-'50, Most Popular Boy, '49-'50.
junior Y-Teens, '46, Courtesy Club, '47, Girl Scouts, '47-'48, Secretary,
'47, Senior High Chorus, '4Xf'49-'50, Commuters Chorus, '49, Middle
Tennessee Festival, '49, All City Chorus, '49, Reading Club, '50.
R. 0. T. C., '46A'47-'48, President, Homeroom, '47-'48-'49, Football Var!
sity, '48-'49, VieeePrc-sident, Letter Club, '49, Vice President, Senior
Class. '49, Most Handsome Boy, '-19350, Bachelor of Ugliness, '49-'50,
DOROTHY ANNE CRUMP
President, Red Cross Club, '46-'47, Library Club, '47-'48, Dramatic Club,
'48-'49-'50, Secretary, '48-'49, Newspaper Club, '49-'50,
LILA ANNE CRUMP
President, Homeroom, '46-'47-'48, Dramatic Club, '46, Treasurer, junior
Y-Teens, '46, Senior Y-Teens, '47-'48-'49-'50, Devotional Chairman, '47,
Senior High Cheerleader, '47348-'49-'50, Library Staff '47-'48, Olfiee
Staff, '47-'48-'49-'50, Vice-President, junior Class. '48, President, Student
Council, '48, Viee-President, Student Body, '48, Championship Volley
Ball Team, '48, Football Queen, '49, Battalion Sponsor, Lt. Col. R. 0.
T. C., '49-'50, Nvrlh Star Staff, '-48349-'50, Co-Editor, '49-'50. D. A, R.
MARY CORINNE DAVENPORT
Vice President, Iunior Red Cross Club, '47-'48, Dramatie Club, '46,
Hit Paraders, '46-'47, Band, '47-'-IS?-l9-'50, Chorus, '-18349-'50, All-City
Chorus and Band. '48-'49, All-State Chorus and Baud, '-18349-'50, Com-
muters Chorus, '48-'49, Honor Roll, '-lo-'47-'48349-'50, Honor Society.
'48-'49-'50, R. O. T. C, Sponsor, Lt., '49-'50, Most Beautiful Girl, '-l9f'5U,
Middle Tennessee Band Festival, '47-'48-'40-'50, Music Appreciation, '-IS.
RUTH LoUIsI: DEMONBREUN
Company Sponsor R. O. T. C., Captain, '49-'50, High School Choruen
'49-'50, Band, '46-'47-'48-'49-'50, All City Band. '40-'47, All State Band.
'48-'49-'50, All City Chorus, '50, Middle Tennessee Band Festival, '47'
'48-'49-'50, Marching and Concert Band Festival, '47-'48-'49-'50, News-
paper Club, '46f'47-'48f'49f'50, Red Cross Club, '47-'48, Music Appre-
ciation. '48-'49, Student Council, '46, Honor Roll, '46347-'48-'40-'50, Wit-
tiest Girl, '40-'50, Prophet, Polaris StaFl', '50,
DOLORES CELESTE DOWLEN
Most Studious Girl, '47, Reading Club, '49-'50, Most Studious Girl, '49-
'50, Honor Roll, '4fi-'47-'48349-'50, Honor Society, '49-'50, President. '5U.
BOBBY D. FARMER
Transferred from Coopertown, '48, R. O. T. C., '48, Sergeant, '48, Safety
JAMES W. FERGUSON
R. O. T. C., '46-'47, T. and I. Club, '47-'48f'49f'50, Art Club, '44-'-15.
Secretary, Homeroom, '46-'47-'48, Glee Club. '46-'47, Honor Roll, '47-'48,
T. 81 I. Club, '48-49950, Entertainment Chairman, '40-'50.
ROY L. FRIZZELL
Varsity Football, '46-'47-'48-'40, Senior High Chorus, '47-'48-'49, R. O.
T. C., '47-'48, Platoon Sergeant, '48, Vice President, Chorus, '48, Nature
Club, '46, Letter Club, '47-'48-'40, Most Bashful Boy, '-l9"50,
BONNIE JEAN GOODWIN
High School Chorus, '48-'49-'50, All-City Chorus, '40, Music Appreciation,
'48-'49-'50, Newspaper Club, '49-'50, Cutest Girl, '49-'50,
R. O. T. C., '47-'48, T. 81 I. Club, '48-'49, Treasurer, T. 8 I. Club, '49,
Student Council, '47.
Student Council, '46, junior High Basketball, '46, Manager Football, '45,
Letter Club, '47-'48-'49, Football, '48, Basketball, '47-'48-'49, Baseball,
'47-'48-'40, Western Division Champs, Regional Champs, State Champs,
Southeastern Runners-Up, '49, R. O. T. C., '47-'48-'49, Captain, '48,
Major, '49, Chorus, '47-'48-'49, Commuters Chorus, '48, Boy with Best
School Spirit, '40, Boy with Best School Spirit, '-19.
Courtesy Club, '46-47, Senior Y-Teens, '47 '48 '50, Secretary. Homeroom.
'48-'49 '50, Secretary. Junior Class. '4834U, Secretary, Senior Class. '40-'50,
Senior High Girls Volleyball Champs. '48-'40, President. Senior V-Teens
Interelub Council, '4Uf'SU, Senior Cheerleader. '40-'50, Attendant Football
Queen, '49-'50, Most Popular Girl, '40-50, Miss North High, '40-'50, News-
paper Club, '48-'49 '50, High School Chorus. '48-'49-' 50, Candidate,Band
Queen, '49, Honorary Member Letter Club, '40-ISU.
JAMES A. HARDIN
Junior High Softball, '40-'47, Football. '48, Basketball. '47-'48-'40, Hase-
ball, '48-'40, State Champion. Southeastern Runners-up, '49, R.O.T.C.,
'47-'48-'49-'50, Letter Club, '49-'50, Spanish Club, '47-'48.
Red Cross Club. '40-'47, Secretary. '40, President, '47, junior V' Tcensi
'47-'48, Honor Society. '48-'40-'50, Girls' Championship Volley Ball Team.
'48, Student Council, '5U.
Red Cross Club, '40-'47, Secretary, '47, Junior Y-Teens, '47-'48, Girls'
Championship Volley Ball Team, '48, Reading Club, '48-'49-'50.
Dramatic Club. '47-'48, Secretary. '47-'48, President, '48, T. 81 I. Club.
'49-'50, President, Student Body, '40-'50,
VERNON R, JOHNSON
Honor Roll, '45-'46, Safety Council. '45-'40, R.0.T.C.. '47-'48-'49-'50
Sergeant, '48 '49, Master Sergeant. '49-"SU, Football, '48, Basketball,
'48-'49, Newspaper Club, '49, Wittiest Boy, Senior Class '49-'50,
President, Homeroom. '46-'47-'48, Scribe of Girl Scouts, '46-'47, Dramatic
Club, '46-'47, Library Staff, '46-'47-'48, Secretary. Library Staff, '47-'48,
Secretary and Treasurer. Freshman Class, '40-'47, Friendliest Girl, '40-'47,
Girl Most Likely to Succeed, '46-'47, junior High Cheer Leader. 146347,
Vice President. Homeroom, '48-'49-'50, Student Council. '46-'47, Senior
High Cheerleader, '47-'48-'49-'50, Senior Y-Teens, '47-'48-'49-'50, Office
Staff. '47-'48-'49-'50, Honor Society. '47A'-l8-'49-'50, Secretary, Honor
Society. '48, VieeAPresideut, Honor Society, '49, Coluumist Norlh Sluf,
'48-'49-'50, Coalfditor, .Yrfrlh Slur, '49 '50, Sponsor R.0.T.C. Band. '40f5Il,
Devotion Chairman. Senior Y-Teens, '40-'50, Treasurer, Junior Class.
'48-'49, Dance Club, '43-'49-'Sll.
Football "B" Team. '46, Football "A" Team. '40, Basketball-Junior
High. '46, Basketball "B" Team. '48, Dramatic Club, '47, Student Coun-
cil, '48, Treasurer, Newspaper Club. '40-'47-'48-'49, Art Club, '40, High
Sltlhrrgl Chorus, '47-'49, R,O.T.C., '47-'48, Tech. Sergeant, Second Lt.,
ANNIE RUTH LEE
Girl Scouts, '43-'46, Reading Club, '48-'49-'50, Honor Roll. '453-46,
R.0.T.C., '47-'48, M. Sgt.. '47-'48, Band. '46-'47-'48-'49-'5ll, Vice President,
Homeroorn, '47, Chorus, '47-'483-W, First Chair ol America, '48, All State
Chorus, '48, Music Appreciation Club, '47-'48-'40, President, Music Appre-
ciation Club, '49, Neatest Boy. Senior Class, '40,
JAMES E. LOFTIN
"B", Football '47, "A", '48, R.0.'l'.C., '47-'4X-'40-'5ll, Sgt., '43-'49, Capt,
'40-'50, Honor Squad, '48-'40, High School Chorus, '48f'4Uf'5tlg Student
Secretary, Huineroom, '47, Student Council, '47g Senior V-Teens, '48-'49-
'50, R.O,'l'.C. Sponsor, '4U,'5llg Honor Roll, '46-'47.
Transferred from Cumberland, '4'Jg R.0.T.C,. '40 '5ll.
Vlflttiest Girl, '45-'40, '48 '49, l,ill!':ll'y Staff, '45 '40 '47-'48 '-197503 Rell
Cross, '45 '40f'47g Senior Y-Teens, '47-'48-'40, Dramatic Club, '47f'48,
Safety Club, '47-'483403 Girls' Athletic Club, '43-'40,
RAYMOND H. MEDLEY, JR.
Honor Roll, '40-'47-'48 '4Uf'5Ilg Pri-Sirln-lit, Frefchinan Claws, '46 '47, Cutewt
Boy, Neatest Boy, '-lo-'47, Ilanrl, '40-'47-'4H"4'J'5ll, President. '48-'49,
Vice-President, '49-'50, Orchestra, '46-'47"-48 '40, All City Hand, '40-'47,
All Star Band, '46-'47, All-Statc Hand, '-to-'47, lfirxl Vlmir of Arnvriru,
'47-'48, Superior Clarinet Quartet,'47-'48-'-ll! 'ill Conimuters Hand, '48-'49g
R.O.T.C.. '-l7A'48-'40-'50, Cpl., '47-'48, Sgt., '-48"-40, Capt.. '40 '50, Rifle
Team, '47-'4XA'-49-'50, Fire Patrol, 48'-l0'5.lgPrcsidm-nt. Homeroom,'49,Vice-
President, Hom:-nxnn, '40-'5Ilg Honor Society. '48-'4'J-'50, Best All-round
Boy, Most Ambitious Boy, '-19-'50, Ncws Editor, .Yorth Star, '49-'50, Co-
Edilor, Polaris, '4S"40-'50,
Senior Y-Teens, '47 '48, Band. '47-'48, Study Club, '48 '40, T 8: I Club.
Science Club, '4Iif'47, Library Club, '47 '4N: Dramatic Club, '48'-L91
President, '40, R.O,'l'.C. '47f'-lX-'49 '5ll, Sift. '-l'J, Capt.. '50,
Drzunatic Club, '40-'47, junior High Cheerleauler, '40 '47, Most Beautiful
Girl, '4fx'-47, Band, '4hf'47-'4SA'40 '50, All-City Band, '4hf'47 '48, Band
Club, '46-'47, Honor Roll, '46-'47-'48-'40-'Slip Senior Cheerleailer, '47-'48-
'-193505 Vice-President, Homerooin, '47 '48, Senior V-Teens, '47 '48-'49-'Slip
.Yorlh Slur, '47-'48 '40-'50, Circulation Manager, '4Xf'4'1g Band Reports-r,
'47-'48-'40-'50, National Honor Society, '48-'-W-'50, Dancing Club, '48-'49
'54lg Mo:-at Dignillecl Girl, '40-'50, Saxophone Quartet, '49-'50, Saxophone
Solo, '4'-Pfillg Student Council, '50,
CHERRE LOUISE ORNDORFF
Band, '46-'47-'4S"40-'50, Dramatic Club, '463-175 Band Club, '48-'49-'5U,
Secretary, Hmm-rixmx, '47g High School Chorus, '49-'50, Senior Y-Teens,
'48, 'l'reasnn-r, Homerooin, '-48.
Safety Club, '45, "B" Football, '45-'-log junior Softball, '45, R.U,'l'.C.,
'48349-'50, Friendliest Boy, '40-'54l.
Transferred from Dawson Springs, Kentucky, '49, Spanish Club, '49-'50,
President, Homeroom, '49-'50, Most Likely to Succeed, '-19350, Literary
Editor, Polaris, '49-'50, Honor Society, '50, Civitan Medalist, '50,
WILKIE DEAN POOLE
Honor Roll, '40-'47-'48, Library Staff, '46-'47-'48-'49, President, '47, junior
Y-Teens, '46, Vice-President, '46, Champion Volley Ball Team, '48, Senior
Girl Reserves, '46 '47, Honor Roll, '46-'47, Girl Scouts, '47, Library Staff'
'48, Tumbling Club, '47, Band, '46-'47f'4S, Girls' Athletic Club, '48f'49-'50-
Tumbling Club, '45-'46, Girl Scouts, '46-'47, Reading Club, '48-'49-'50,
Most Athletic Girl, '40-'50, Honor Roll, '45-'46,
OTTO- QUINN, JR.
Nature Club, '45, Study Club, '46-'47, T 8: I Club, '48-'49A'SU,
THELMA RUTH RANDALL
Band, -'46-'47-'48-'40, Treasurer, Library Staff, '47-'48, Vice-President?
Spanish Club, '46, President, '40, Feature Writer, Norlh Star, '47-'4S'
Newspaper Club, '46-'47-'48-'48-'49, Most Ambitious Girl, '49-'50, Social
Chairman, Girl Swuts, '48, T Sz I Club, Corresponding Secretary, '49-'50F
Honor Society, '50,
ALONZO RANDALLS, JR.
Treasurer, Humeroom, '46, President, Teen-Age Club, '46-'47, R.O.T.C.,
'48-'49A'50, Band, '45-'46-'47-'48349-'50, Orchestra Club, '49-'50, Safety
Club, '46, Student Council, '44-'45, Spanish Club, '47, T 81 I Club, '48,
DOROTHY LOUISE REDIKER
The Hit Paraders, '46-'47, Dramatic Club, '47, T 81 I Club, '48-'49-'SOL
All-State Chorus, '47, Program Chairman, T 81 I Club, '49-'50, High
School Chorus, '46-'47, North High Trio, '46-'47-'48-'49, Girls' Sextette,
'-lo Entertainment Chairman T K I Club '48 49 ihrarian 48 '49'
3 1 1 V v ' V -' L ' Y ' y ,
Courtesy Club, '40,
Art Club, '46-'47, Football, Varsity, '47-'48-'49, "B" Team, '46, '46,
R,O.T.C.. '46-'47, Treasurer, Homeroom, '49, Treasurer, Senior Class,
'49, Letter Club, '48, '49, Chorus, '47, '48,
RUTH JUANITA RICHARDSON
Vice-President, Red Cross Club, '47, T 8: I Club, '40-'50, Treasurer, '49-
Secretary, '50, Current Events Club, '48,
Transferred from Cumberland, '48-'40, Dance Club, '49-'50, Honor Society,
PEGGY ANN ROBERTS
Transferred from Cumberland High School, '48.
GARLAND L. ROBERTSON
HOFIOI' Roll, '46-'47-'48-'49f'50, R.0.T.C., '47-'48-'49,'5iI, Staff Sgt., '47-'4Xg
Ist. Lt. '48, Color Guard, '48-'40-'50, "Outstanding First Vear Cadet,'
'47-'48, "Neatest Cadet," '47-'48, "2nd. Neatest Cadet," '48-'49, junior
High Basketball, '46-'47, junior Softball, '47, Boy Most Likely to Succeed,
Freshman Class, '47, "B" Team. Basketball. '47-'48, Varsity. Basketball,
'48-'49-'50, Letter Club, '48-'49-'50, Student Council, '47-'48, Viee-Presi-
dent, Homeroom, '47-'48, President, Homerooin, '49A'50, National Honor
Society, '48-'49-'50, President, '40-'50, Newspaper Club, '48-'49-'50, Sports
Editor, .Vnrlh Shir, '48-'49, News Editor, '49-'50. '
junior Y-Teens, '40, Courtesy Club, '47, Girl Scouts, '48-'49, Reading Club,
'50, High School Chorus, '48-'49-'50, Conimuters Chorus, '49, Middle
Tenn. Festival, '48-'40, All-City Chorus, '49,
Most Bashful Girl, '40-'47, Student Council, '47-'48, Senior Y-Teens, '47'
'48-'40-'50, Secretary, '4Uf'50, Band, '40 '47-'48-'49-'50, Clarinet Quartet.
'49, All-City Band, '46-'47-'48, Treasurer. Student Body, '49-'50, Red
Cross, '46, Candidate for Miss North High, '49, Library Staff, '40-'47,
WILLARD M. SHORT
R.U.'l'.C., '47-'48-'49 '50, Staff Sgt. '-l7f'48, Tech. Sgt. '48 '49, 2nd Lt.
'48-'49, lst Lt. '49-750, Honor Squad, '-47348, Rifle illlllllll, '47-'48, Student
Council, '-48349, Fire Patrol, '-18349.
Spanish Club, '47, Safety Council, '48-'40, Most Studious Boy, '49-'50,
R.O.T.C., '43-'40, Band, '47-'48-'49-'50, AllfCity Band, '47-'48-'49-'50,
Saxophone Solo, '49-'50, Saxophone Quartet, '50, Brass Sextet, '50, Senior
High Chorus, '50, Dramatic Club, '49-'50, Assistant Photographic Editor,
Polaris, '50, Nnrih Slar Staff, '47-'48-'49-'50, Manager, '40, Student Council,
SUE ELLEN SNEBD
President, Homeroom, '40-'47, Treasurer, Homeroom, '47"48f'4'J, Girl
With Best School Spirit, '40-'47, '40-'50, junior High Cheerleader, '46-'47,
Senior High Cheerleader, '48-'49-'50, Senior V-Teens, '47-'48-'49 50,
President, '47-'48, Social Chairman, '-49750, Dance Club,'48-'49-'50, Office
Staff, '47-'48-'49, Honor Society, '47-'4X, Newspaper Club, '47-'48-'40-'50,
Columnist, Norlh Slay, '49-'50, Band, '46 '47, R.O.T.C. Sponsor, '49-'50,
Candidate, Band Queen, '49, Chorus, '-19350, All City-Chorus, '50, Assis-
tant Sports Editor, Pnlaris, '50, Cornmuters Band, '47, Attendant, Foot-
ball Queen, '49, Attendant, Miss North High, '50, President. Senior Class,
Courtesy Club, '45-'46, Glee Club. '45-'46, R.O.'l'.C., '47-'48-'49-'50, News-
paper Club, '49, Vice-President, Homenxnn, '48-49.
R.O.'l'.C., '48-'40-'50, Dramatic Club, '47-'48, Business Manager, I'4Yf1D'f.Y-
'49-'50, Reading Club, '48-'49-'5U.
Football, '47-'48-'49, Treasurer, Homeroom, '48, R.O,T.C., '47-'48, Senior
High Chorus, '48, Letter Club, '48-'49, Student Council, '47,
GERTRUDE MILDRED THOMAS
Transferred from Sevierville High School, Dramatic Club, '47-'48, T 81 I
BEN F. TROTTER
Senior High Chorus, '47-'48-'49-'50, Commuters Chorus, '48-'49, All-State
Chorus, '47-'48, junior High Basketball, '45-'-th-'47, All-Tournament, '40,
"B" Team Basketball, '40-'47, Varsity Basketball, '48-'49-'50, Captain,
'48-'49, R.0.T.C., '47-'48-'49-'50, Captain, '48, Lt. Colonel, Battalion
Commander, '49-'50, Letter Club, '47f'-i9-'50, President, '-47348, Varsity
Football, '48-'49, Most Valuable Player, '48-'49, Captain, '49, Tennesxfan
CARL E. TUCKER
R.O.T.C., '47-'48-'49-'50, Color Guard, '40-'50, junior Basketball, '46-'47-
"B" Team Basketball, '47-'48, Varsity Basketball, '48-'49-'50, Football
Manager, '49, Letter Club, '49-'50, Chorus, '48-'49-'50,
BERNARD RAY VON DOHLEN
President, Spanish Club, '46-'47, Most Handsome Boy, '46-'47, Most
Dignified Boy, '46-'47, '49-'50, Treasurer, Safety Club, '46-'47, Viee-Presi-
dent, Homeroom, '47-'48, Band, '-t7-'48-'40-'50, All-City Band, '46-'47-'48,
Firsl Chair of America, Bass Horn, '47-'48, Brass Sextet, '48f'49, Drum
Major, 49350, Music Appreciation Cluh, '48-'40, Spanish Club, '49-'50,
Reporter, North Slar, '40-'50, Photographic Editor, Polaris, '49-'50,
R.0.T.C., '47-'48349-'50, Sgt., '47-'48, Stal? Sgt., '48-'40, Drum Major,
R.0.T.C. Band, '40-'50, "Neatest Cadet," '48-'49, Honor Roll, '48-'49-'50,
Honor Society, '50,
MINNETTA JOAN WALLER
Glee Club, '45-'46, Courtesy Club, '47, Chorus, '47-'48-'49-'50, Girl Scouts'
'46-'47-'48, Secretary, '47, Reading Club, '50.
R.O.T.C., '46347-'48-'49, Courtesy Club, '45-'4h.
Transferred from Cumberland, '47, T 81 I Cluh, '48-'49f'50, Reporter, '49-
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johnson City Convention, '49, Senior Y-Teens, '47-'48.
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Club, '47, Safety Club, '48, President, junior Class, '48.
R.0.T.C,, '44, Chorus, '44A'-15349, Army. '45-'49,
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junior Softball, '47, "B" Football, '47, Varsity Football, '48-'40, Cul:-st
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One day in the early spring, I was walking through a beautifully colored forest. The leaves were
beginning to peep out from their long winter sleep. Lovely wild flowers were beginning to bloom, all
of the colors seeming to blend together. As I walked further into the forest, I came to a small white
cottage. I was very thirsty. I walked over to the cottage and tapped lightly on the door. I waited
a few minutes, but nobody came to the door. I knocked again. Still there was no answer. Beside the
door was a window. I looked through it and saw that the cottage was empty. I opened the door and
went in. There wasn't anything in the house except a large picture of a lady hanging above the mantel.
As I stood there looking, the most amazing thing happened. The lady in the picture began to speak
to me. "What wish would you like to have granted?" she asked. I quickly replied that I would like
to know the fate of the 1950 graduating class of North Nashville High School.
"Just you wait," the lady said.
Suddenly, the picture began to whirl. When it settled, I was looking at an eight story building.
Above the door was a sign. It read: "Phil Phillips Department Store." Next, the scene shifted to Phil's
office. There sat Phil at the desk. He was dictating to his two private secretaries-Margaret Cobb
and Delores Butler. Suddenly, I found myself on the sixth floor, where I saw Wilma Haney and Bar'
bara Cox modeling evening gowns for a prospective customer, Catherine Russell. On the way down
to the main floor I noticed Robert Osborne, operating the elevator. As I reached the main floor, I saw
Ruth Richardson selling cosmetics.
Then, whirling again, the scene changed. I saw Douglas Smith teaching music to a large group
of high school students.
The next picture to appear before my eyes was the football stadium at the University of Tennesf
see. The Vols were playing Georgia Tech. I recognized Ben Trotter, Roy Frizzell, Taft Anderson
Albert Regg, Gary Binkley, Fred Clinard, jesse Cole and Thurman Taylor. When Fred Clinard caught
a pass to score, cheers rang throughout the stadium. Among the cheerleaders were Sue Sneed, Joyce
Baird, Lila Anne Crump, Cynthia Jones, and Sylvia Nelson. When the half was over, a high stepping
band appeared on the field. Leading it was Bernard Von Dohlen with Delores Cartwright strutting
behind him as majorette. I noticed the band was playing unusually well. I looked to see who was play'
ing. I saw Raymond Medley and Ann Schutt were playing clarinets, Felix Lewis and Alonzo Randalls
trumpets, Carl Tucker was playing the baritone, and playing the drums were Cherre Orndorff and
Minnie Mai Barnes. After the game was over, I saw Bobby and Anne Morefield, Ellis Hale, Wilkie
Poole, Willard Short and James Markham leaving the stadium. Near the field house was Shirley Taylor,
the former Shirley Luttrell, waiting for Thurman.
As the picture whirled again, a large grocery store appeared. Above the door was a sign: "Farmer
and Quinrfs Super Market." Inside, James Ferguson and James Ivy were selling meat. Among the cus'
tomers was Mrs. Dorothy Rediker Killingsworth.
Glancing next door, I was startled to see a large plate glass window with a red sign painted on it.
The sign read: "Bagwell and Cox Employment Agency." Inside, I could see Marie Bryant and Delores
Dowlen keeping books for Billy and Sid.
Next, I heard a mighty roar. The scene was Sulphur Dell. The Nashville Vols were at the bat.
The bases were loaded. On them I saw Douglas Freeman, Billy Haynie, and Jimmy Hardin. Ray Hampf
ton was up. Suddenly, the crowd was quiet. I watched Ray take a swing at the ball. Wham! The
ball sailed high in the air, and disappeared beyond the fence. As the stands rose to cheer, I recognized
Thomas Bryant, Vernon Johnson, Barbara White and Leona Prater. 4 Before the game was over, I saw
Garland Robertson coaching at third. He was managing the Nashville Club.
Whirling again, the picture revealed to me a crowd in Candyland. Behind the soda fountain was
Harold Sutton, and waiting to be served were Carol Moore, Harley Walker, Avis Maynard, and James
Loftin. Sitting in one of the booths was John Hudson and his wife. He told me that he was leaving
soon to make a trip to Hollywood with the Grand Ole Opry. He also said that Corinne Davenport
and Carl Keaton now had a radio program over WSM.
Next, I saw the Arcade. Annie Ruth Lee and Clara Price were selling peanuts in the Arcade
The Nashville Airport was the scene of my next adventure. There, I saw a large plane ready to
take off for a trip around the world. To my amazement, I saw Gilbert Williams as pilot, and Glenn
Weakley, cofpilot. Helping the passengers aboard the plane were Lorene Hudgins and Barbara Henry,
air hostesses. Among the passengers were Ruby Brown, who was now a missionary, Gertrude Thomas,
Doris Bear, William Tarrents, Lucille Woodall, and Billie and Peggy Roberts.
Again, I heard the roar of a crowd as the picture whirled. The scene was Madison Square Garden
in New York City. Joburns Baker and Eddie Wilson were receiving gold cups for winning the middle
weight and light weight championships of the world, respectively.
Next, the scene changed to a hospital room. I saw two nurses attending a patient. They were
jean Clark and Ernestine Fisher.
Down the street from the hospital was Bonnie's Beauty Shop. Inside, I saw Bonnie Goodwin giving
herself a permanent.
Whirling again the picture revealed a crowded school auditorium. It was the Columbia Law School.
A tall man in cap and gown was handing a diploma to a girl. As the vision cleared, I saw it was Thelma
Suddenly, I found myself standing alone in the cottage. The lady refused to speak again. I turned
and started home walking through the forest. Inside, I felt very happy because of all the good things
in store for the class of 1950.
Hail to the Orange and Blue! Our alma mater dear
Hail to thee, North High! Sing we to thee.
Our hearts and voices ring Hail, Alma Mater!
With love and loyalty. All hail, North High!
. ......,.., JF .Tx QFWS
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GDELL BINRLEY BILLY FRIZZELL MAXINE BUSH MAIII LOUISE FISHEIX
President V166 Pveszdent Secretary Treflsurer
BETTY JEAN BINKLEY
JAMES ED DAVY
BETTY JO DYE
ANNIE MAI HOIKNEIK
BOBBY JOE RAY
MARY EVELYN REGC
BILLIE MAI SANDERS
MARY ELIZABETH SHEARON
ROSA JANE WOMACR
GENE PAGE. .
O F F I C E R S
. , ........,..... ....... P resident
r . . .Vice President
. . . ...4.. Secretary
INE MURRAY, . , ..... Class Adviser
Verona Uhlian, Jean Thompson, Dorothy Goostree, Barbara Bass, Mamie
Langley, Joyce Cox, jean Watts, Shirley Harrison, Irene Goines, Beulah
Coles, Joyce Harvill, Geraldine Morris, Edna Webb, Elvadean Curlee,
ean Webb, and Beverly Ivey.
june McCutchen, Miss Murray, Donald Morgan, Charles Hudson, Maurice
Tucker, David Beach board, Max Wilburn, Gene Page, William Schutt,
Leon Bagwell, Fred Wolfe, john Carillon, and Martin Hardy,
MRS. Svmt Ks
ROOM 1 I7
ox . , . . . , , , . ..... , , . ..,,. , , . , . , , .Class Adviser
Fwst Row' Sh
irley Earls, Betty Lingner, Carolyn Spray, Martha Henderson, Joyce Evans. Helen Floyd, Joyce Harris, Shirley Hollo-
way, Hazel Certain, Jeannette Swindle. Betty Butler, Evelyn Patton, Billie King, and Mrs. Knox.
Second Row: Carlton Russell, Ray Jackson, Charles Taylor, Billy Hicks, Jimmy Mooneyban, William Clinard, William Pilkinton,
and Clarence Burgett.
'T Doriums , , . , . . . . . ..,. . . . , . . . ..,,., . Class Adviser
Miss Douglas, Bobby Spears, Rubye Hevvgley, Norma Sesler, Evelyn Settle, Rubye Uhlian, Lera McNeese, and
Vernon Walker, Roy Jernigan, Jimmy Dyer, Dale Brown, Emery Coleman, Bobby Watts, Curtis Loftin, and Douglas
Carl Wilson, James Hunt. Ray Stewart, Raymond Fielder, Paul Rankhorn. Bobby Vvlarren, Josenh Miles Jones.
Sonny Pride, and Bobby Ixiayo.
ll-HGH NINTH GRADE
Miss CAROLYN WILI,l.ANlS , . .... , , . ..,.,,..., . , . 4,.,.., . . . Class Adviser
First Row: Wayne Harhison, Eugene McKennon, Cordell Bagwell, Eugene Warren, Richard Neal, Edmond Hale, joe Demon'
hreun, Herman Parmon, Richard Shaw, Herschel Holloway, john Ray, and Charles Hendricks. V
Second Row: Miss Williams, -loyce Cunningham, Lillian Mason, Betty Sue Pardue, Mary Ann Allen, jo Ann Cook, Rena Kinzer,
Eva Knohel, Bridget Goodwin, Barhara Knox, Gertie King, Mary Katherine Lovell, Beverly Grooms, and Margaret
LOW NJINTH GRADE
Mas. ELIZABETH B. JACKSON . . . . ,.... ..... ....,..,.., . . .,.,.,. ..,.,..... , . . , .Class Adviser
Fwst Row: Peggy Warren, Margie Floyd, Anita Tomlinson, Elva Ruth Williams, Shirley Ann Fort, june Perry, -lean Helton,
Aline Wilson, Shirley Phillips, Ruhy Pinson, Peggy Mason, Peggy Nipper, Joyce Hardin, Dorothy Whittle, Iris
Von Dohlen, Erline Bush, Bohhie Simpson, Dorothy johnson, Muriel Stinnett, and Mary Helen Wirshing.
Second Row: Celestine Cavender, Paul Martin, Mrs. Jackson, T. Perry, Donald Lowry, Rohert Pinkleton, Donald Beazley.
Jimmy Stanley, Billy Medley, Stanley Bess, Donald Franklin, Raymond York, Kenneth Mzidden, Percy Nellums,
Vaughn L. Deaton, Rohert Fudge, Anne West, and Shirley McMurry.
LOW NINTH GRADE
Miss JEAN H,-mm' 4,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,4..,.,................... ..,...,.. ..,... ..,.4,,.,,,4,,.4,,, C l a 55 Adviser
First Row: Barbara Hall, Martha Blain, Faye Fielder, Betty Richardson, Annie Ruth Cartwright, Rita Sullivan, Nora Bartlett,
Connie Spurloclc, Shirley Moore, Patsy Perry, and Genevive Perry.
Second Row: Carl Barnes, J. R. Poole, Herbert Mills, Douglas Clark, Bobby Brumbach, Billy Carter, joe Coles, Maxie Moore,
Venson Barton, Rosson Wood, Robert Sinor, Carl Billingsley, and George Schutt.
LOW NINTH GRADE
Miss Vracmia ALLFY .,.,.........,.........,.,...,...,.,...,,............,,..................... Class Adviser
First Row: Mary Nancy Bauman, Ruth Denson, Joyce Stanfield, 'loan Nocton. Naomi Vick, and Laverne Hudgens.
Second Row: Mary Dennis, Edna Ruth Dunnebacke, Miriam Maxwell, Pearl Dennis, Elizabeth jones, jewel Baker, and Ann Lowry.
'Third Row: Margaret Maxey, Margaret Silveman, Tina Burris, Winfred Moore, Billy O'Brien, William Warren, Richard Frady,
Robert Smith. Charlene Roney, Sara Wilson, Nancy Crutchfield, and Patricia Black.
Fourth Row: Wendell Pardue, Miss Alley, joe Adair, james Toombs, and Don Brown.
HIGH lEllGll-llTll-ll GRADE
Mas. RUTH FAY Kiruoaif . , , , .... ,,...........,.4.,.......... ............,..,.... . . . . .Class Adviser
Fmt Raw: Marshall Morris, Luther Luttrell, joe Thomas Brown, Paul Whittle, Larry Wilkes, Rohert Whitson, jimmy Turner
Raymond Martin, Lawrence Gihson. Rohert Swift, Paul Harrison, and jack Hayes.
Ssrmnl Row: -lce Sledge, james Bates. Faye Cole, Shirley Nicholson, Beverly Wright, Velma Clinton, Barbara Pitt, Mary Lois
Gilhert, Doris Snow, Mary Elizaheth Cox. Margie Fuqua, and Mrs. Kilgore.
HllGH EIGHTH GRADE
Miss KIIMMXE HARX'ILL . . , . . . , . ,.......,....,.4 ..,.,.... ............. .,....... C l 1 iss Adwsev
First Row: Peggy Friedman. Mary Louise McClure. Sylvia Waller. Louise Morris, joan Patterson, Ella Ruth Hardin, Georgie
Lee Horner, Etlwina Harrison, Nancy Watson, Peggy Wilson, Mary Ann Hoover, and Bohhie Coleman.
Second Row: Betty jones. Lois Newman. Catherine Sharp, Shirley Sue Simmons, Mary Ann Warren, Shirley Hall, Verna Brewer,
Mary Lois Ballew, and Lilian Moore.
Third Row: ghirley Clemmons, Annie Ruth Felts, Chloe Martin, -Ioyee Tarrents, Norma Owens, Lois Russell, and jo Ann
LOW EIGHTH GRADE
Mas.MA1wK. HAMMI-:RH .., . . ,,,, ., ,.,,..,.. , . ,. .. , .. .. ...Class Aiiviszr
First Row, Charles Norris. Bobby Hinkley, Wilburn Bradley, joe jackson, Carl Dean Dowell, Clyde Harper, Tommy Boner,
Claude Sullivan, Claude Midgett, Raymond Buttrey, and Edward Bauman.
Second Row: Barbara Haynie, Pauline Graves, Mrs, Hammer, Rebecca Silverman. Peggy joyce Bass, Bobby Woodall. Homer
McNabb, Daulton McNeese, james McKinstry, Howard Toombs, Joyce Martin, Eudora Martin, and Norma Smith.
LOW EIGHTH GRADE
Mi1s.EMMAHEwiT1. .,...,,.,.. ., CitlSSALi1'lSC7
First Row: Doyce Davis, Tommy Partain, Waiyiie Minton, jerry Gregory, Alton Poole, Leo Pewett, jesse Cole, George Grizzle,
Lee Pettit, Howard Stephenson, Wallace Wooslcy, Ben Mabry, and john Adeox.
Second Row' Gloria Owen, Vera Musgrove, Anna Certain, Mable Kinzer, Frances Roberts. Sarah Dye, Margie Dozier, Ruth
Edging, Helen Whitley. Mary Katherine Lancaster, Betty Rediker, Betty Mullican. Barbara Medley, Ann Friedman,
Mary Ellen Parrish 'Shirley Stratton, and Mrs. Hewitt.
LOW lEllGHTlI-ll GRADE
Mas. MARV Errzmsirrn I'lAMllTON, . . ..,.... . .....,. . . . . ..... ................ ...... . . . . .Class Adviser
First Row: Mrs. Hamilton, Margaret Burgess, Dorothy Haneline, Carline Richardson, Lodneite Fann, Gloria Hall, Wiirmtlzr
Latham, Evelyn Shadowens, Dorothy Gammon, Jean Duncan, Ann Price, Betty jo Pitt, Margaret Smith. Shirley
Hardin, Peggy Buckner, Betty Nevil, and Betty Sutton.
Second Row: Charles Poole, Harold Alones, Harold Stephens, Odell Demonhreun, Wallzize Bass, Ronald Mwrphy, Ernest Gaines,
Billy Head, Rohert Lee Hunt. jack Donnell, Richard Carver, jimmy jackson, Ivan Luttrell, Donald Mirphy, and
LOW lElIGllrll'll'll-ll GRADE
CHARLliS WOLF1i ,.,.. . , ..................,. , . , ...,... .,... , 4 , Room HZ
Mas. Gnoai:i1SHamavi: ,... . .Class Adviser
WILLIAM COLEMAN . . . . .Room 226
MR. 'lxiwrs DIINNIS . Clam Adviser
H1GH SEVENTH GRADE
NORMA WHITEHEAD .,...... ..... ............,..,,.....
MRS. EDNA WEIDEMANN ..,..
JOHN LANCASTFR ..... . .
MR. ARTHUR SMHDLEY .,...
Bomw Fussr .,,...,.,..
MR. W. J. MULLINS ..., , , .
. . .Room 220
. , .Room 110
. . .Room 208
Miss NORMA DUNNING .,..
MRS. MAYME MINSKY,
MRS. MARGARET PARKER. .
MRS. JEANNF Woula. . ..
MR. BANTON DOAK. .
MR. A. C. LANIER .,..
LOW SEVENTH GRADE
ANNA MARGAR1iT HILL. ...,,..,.,.. ..,..,,...,....,.,.,... ,........,, ,,,.., . .
. . .Room 212
. . .Room 113
O F F I C E R S
GLENDA BOWIE .....,.......,... ...... P resident
JOYCE COOKSY .4,, . r . Vice President
ANN SCHUTT .... .... S ecretary
VONCILE COOK. , , ......,.... Treasurer
CYNTHIA JONES .... ..., D evotional Chairman
GERALDINE JOHNSON. . . .... Program Chairman
Sui! SNEED .........,., .... S ocial Chairman
Miss ETHEL FRIEDMAN ,,., . . .Faculty Adviser
First Row: Bobbie Sinith, Helen Simpson, June lvIeCutchen, Billy Hunley, Ellen Jones, Cynthia Jones,
Lila Anne Crump, Shirley Luttrell, Anita Osborne, Joyce Cox, Linda Gillein, and Billie
Second Row: Sue Sneed, Ann Schutt, Juanita Poole, Voncile Cook, Sylvia Nelson, Joyce Cooksy, Geraldine
Johnson, Glenda Bowie, Wilniii Haney, Delores Cartwright, Helen Mezidows, Evelyn Settle,
and Miss Friedman.
NATIONAI. HONOR SOCIETY
NU ETA SIGMA CHAPTER
O F F I C E R S
GARLAND ROBERTSON .............,.
CYNTHIA JONES .......
GEORGE BRAZIL .,...
Miss EDYTHE DICRENS .....
Seazted: Barbara Bradford, Garland Robertson, Cynthia Jones, and George Brzizil.
. . . . .President
. Vice President
. . .Secretary
. . . . .Treaswrer
Second Row: Norman Kaylor, Corinne Davenport, Burlmrn Henry, Dolores Dowlen, Mgixiiie Bush, Ann
Hugewood, Miss Dickens, und Raymond Medley.
Third Row: Betty Czigle, Mzlrie Bryant, Billie Roberts,Sylviz1 Nelson, Lucille C:1rter,nnd Neitz1Sliockney.
O F F I C E R S
GEORGE BRAZIL ..... ....... P 'resident
MARTHA PATTERSON .,,, ,.., V ice President
ANN HAGEWOOD .... ,.... S ecretary
VERNON GREGORY ..,, ........ T 'reasufer
Miss VIRGINIA ALLEY ,,... . . . ..... Faculty Adviser
First Row: Patricia Black, Anne Lowry, Nancy Crutchfield, Aline Wilson, Nancy Bauman, Tina Burris,
Margaret Silveman, Anita Sherrill, Joyce Cunningham, Helen Simpson, Isabell Kayfes,
Margaret Taymon, Mai Webb, Elvadine Curlee, Betty Richardson, Joerene Wziller, Fannie
Lou McCloud, and Ann Hagewood.
Second Row: Miriam Maxwell, Elizabeth jones, Joan Nocton, Rita Sullivan, Pearl Dennis, Janie Phelan,
Celestine Cavender, Mary Helen Wirshing, Anne Crump, Verona Uhlian, Barbara Knox,
Betty Martin, Peggy Chambliss, Catherine Lovell, Martha Madden, Rosa Womzick, Bar'
bara Pitt, Peggy Dickens, Martha Patterson, and Wiiifred Moore.
'Third Row: Miss Alley, Donald Connelly, Don Simmons, Richard Vester, Vernon Gregory, Wiiidoiii
Crowder, Weiidcll Pardue, Maurice Tucker, George Brazil, Vernon Murphy, Robert Swift,
Douglas Smith, Billy Dodd, Bobby Spears, Norman Kaylor, and Richard Frady.
ex gmcted fn
featezmw, sports, mivertisimt. :xml
other phases of newwpapcfr work
Banner Sprrnsnrs Square Dance
The Nashville Banner wxll
duct a square dance .rx flar-
age Hotel on the waning
Rfstlnge mt' various srhfvu! papers
will be annnurlced at the xirwl sos
:sion of the convention
Hidsute Luncheon Set For April 22f
Results of the Mid-stain Barmerf
contest, opvn ta publw, private and '
parorhial high schools in Middlp
Tennessee, will he arxnvmrsced at a
luncheon in the Nucl Hotel folluw-
ing ze morrxingvsessivn in the audiw
fifnntinuuli on page' -lb ,
DO sfudfms Go 5
To State fMceting
Chaptvr V of 'Tennessee 'Prmles'
and Industry clubs wut dclegaws
alt:-nmtvs, and crmtl-stzxxzts to
Eizlxtlx Annual Slave
Mid in Clarksville March 9
Thosw who aitendwi arc
White, Thelma Randall, .lean
Bxmvstine Fisher, Dwmlhy
Jimmy Ivey, and Ellis H:-le
Jehu Hudsun, hrvaident of
ter V, was unsblv vs attend
muse of illuexf., Jenn Clark,
prvsidvnt, rvgvresvntmi .Kuhn ai
Jimmy Iv:-y premwnu-fl Lo the
ference an exhibit ui' hm work
Thayer Hwspilal. Tillie Hale
hibiferi a frame ropresexlfing
work ut Duryls.
New nnzmlwnm ,fur me
term Lmnally initi:mfrl
March fi. are Jewel Shock
thx Myers, Heat-lla Furguem
Allen, Dnmwll Vaughn, James
and L42mxa1x'd Cuihey.
Birthday gifm were
Ellis Hale, Vinlet
Shivley Dfvzier at ix
day party February 14.
Former students Tom
Jehu Boyta recently
LILA ANNE CRUMP
LA ANNE CRUMP CYNTHIA JONES Co-Editors
ARLAND ROBERTSON, RAYMOND MEDLEY News Editors
DIE WILSON Sports Editor
YNTHIA JONES LILA ANNE CRUMP,
BEVERLY IVEY, JEAN WEBB Columnisfs
BERNARD VON DOHLEN Business Manager
FRED CLINARD Circulation
MISS JINIMIE HARVILL, MISS ELEANOR GRAHAM
'I' SL I CLUB
O F F I C E R S
JOHN HUDSON ..,, ,..... P resident
JEAN CLARK ...... .... V ice President
RUTH RICHARDSON A... .....,.,..... S ecretary
THELMA RANDALL .... ..... C orresponding Secretary
ELLIS HALE .,...., ...,.... 'I' reasurer
JAMES IVY ..,......,...... .,.. P arliamentarian
Miss ROSALIE LOCKENBACH .... . . . Coordinator
First Row: Carol Moore, Shirley Dozier, Ernestine Fisher, Miss Lockenhaeh, Barbara White,Jezi1i Clark,
Violet Phillips, Dorothy Rediker, Ruth Richardson, Gertrude Thomas, and Thelma Randall.
Second Row: Otto Quinn, James Ferguson, Ellis Hale, Harley Wailker, John Hudson, and Malcolm Writts.
Not present when picture was made: Rosella Ferguson, Jewel Shockney, Sadie Allen, James Ivy, Leonard
Cathey, James Pitt, Robert Stewart, Martha Jean Myers, and Donnell Vaughn.
Raymond Medley. Ann Schutt, Ann West, Kenneth Madden, Delores Cartwright. Mildred Overton, A' ita Sherrill,
Martha Patterson. and Mary Evelyn Regg, Queen.
joan Youree, Newilda Waller, Edna Ruth Dunnehaoke, Bobby Nelson, Peggy Warren, john Whitson, Ruth Derron-
breun. Rachael Talhert, Carolyn Spray, Betty Berry, and Charlene Roney.
Felix Lewis. Alonzo Randalls, Helen Floyd, Rainey Boner, Edward Clemmons, .lean Thompson, james Toorr hs.
Marjorie Wall, Donald Lowry. Donald Morgan. Thomas McKimmons, and Charles Hudson.
jimmy Turner, George Grizzle, Billy Head, john Epley. Bernard Von Dohlen, jesse Cole, Joyce Evans, Douglas
Smith, Sylvia Nelson, and William Randall.
Ben Caillouette, Richard Vester. Minnie Mai Barnes. George Goldtrap. -Io Ann Cook, Mr. Wehh, Corinne Davenf
port, and Bobby Richardson.
BERNARD VON DOHLEN PATTERSON, CARTWRIGHT, LLOYD WEBB
Drum Major - OVERTON, SHERRILL Director
JOYCE BAIRD .....,...... ,... A ccompanist
Miss MARGARET DOUGLAS .... .,.. D ivector
Miss Douglas, Geraldine Johnson, Joyce Cox, Ellen Jones, Joyce Harvill,Neita Shockney,
Helen Simpson, Linda Gillem, Jackie Turner, Margaret Maxey, Mary Elizabeth Cox, Minf
netta Waller, and Virginia Keefe.
Barbara Cox, Corinne Davenport, Joan Hardin, Wilma Haney, Bonnie Goodwin, Martlia
Myers, Sue Ellen Sneed, Voncile Cook, Doris Snow, Annie Mai Horner, Joyce Baird, Georgia
Jackson, Ruby Brown, and Ruth Demonbreun.
Thomas Willianis, John Gibson, Roy Frizzell, Billy Bagwell, Bobby Ray, Rainey Bcner, Felix
Lewis, Bobby Watts, Dan Preston, Kenneth Smith, Charles Kistner, Billy Frizzell, and Charles
Jesse Cole, Carl Tucker, Richard Vester, Roy Newman, Douglas Smith, Ray Hampton,
James Loftin, Carlton Russell, Ben Trotter, Sonny Pride, Carl Keaton, Donnell Vaughn,
Don Shepherd, and Frank Brumbach.
Vv'n.i.1AMs . . . ,.., . .,., . ..,.. ..,. . . . . , ...., . . . . . . .Faculty Adviser
Bobbie Jean Coleman. Dorothy Gammon, Margaret Burgess. Barbara Medley, Joan Patterson, Betty Sutton, Ann
Friedmann. Mary Ann Hoover. Dorothy Johnson, and Miss Williams.
Ann Price. Annie Ruth Felts, Nora Bartlett. Ruby Pinson. Dorothy Whittle. Shirley Simmons, and Muriel Stinnett.
Carline Richardson. Ella Ruth Hardin, Betty Nevil, Margie Floyd. Sarah Wilson. Evelyn Shadowens, Elva Ruth
NVilliams. and Shirley Hall.
iUNioR ii-non oiueie CLUB F
Miss MARU,-xRii'r D0UGLAs . .... .. ...,. . . . . .. . .. .. ..
F cria vth Row.
. .. ..,. .,..,,. ...Divector
Clara Sullivan. Joyce Jernigan. Ann Friedmann, Billie Rollins. Shirley Stratton. Peggy Bass. Joyce Jones. Betty Deaton.
Theresa Hardin. Kathleen Golden and Bobbie Payne.
Miss Margaret Douglas. Eudora Martin, Josephine Graves, Pauline Graves. Joerene Vlaller, Betty Mullican, Ella
Ruth Hardin, Mary Jo Jones. Doris Holloway. and Freddie Adkins.
Margaret Tayman, Oliva Follett, Jeanette Myers, Betty Jo Davy, Shirley Cantrell. Joyce Martin, Caroline Graves,
Caroline Tinnon. and Emma Graves.
Mary' Katherine Lovell. Rebecca Silverman, Sandra Cox. Hazel Hunter, Betty Traughber. Ruby Hudson, Evelyn
Morris. Elizabeth Dennis, Verna Brewer, and Lois Russell.
Miss K.-will rum' MURRAY ,. . . , ..
First Row: ,lohn Buchli, Lucille Woodaill, Milrlretl Story, an.l Helen Floyd.
Sew mi Row: Miss Murray. Betty Cagle, Phil Phillips, Maxine Bush, john Carillon, Ruhy Brown, Barham Brzltlfortl, Emery Cole'
man, Beverly Ivey. antl Bernard Vol Dolilen.
MIB RARY STAFF
Miss MA1u'Pkl1ti.BaowN , . , . , . . . . . . . . . . , . . , . . . . ,l.1hmrmn
Seated: Lileile Carter, Beverly lyey, and Martha Matlelen.
Secmul Rnw' Mary Louise Fisher. -luanita Poole. Janie Phelan, Frelrlie Adkins, -loyce ar lla, nr ey is. 5
Mary Helen Wirsliirig. Mary Evelyn Regg, Peggy Nipper, Rosa -lane Vvlomack. and Ann Hagewoorl.
Thmi Rnw. Virginia Keele. Peggy Mason. Peggy Dickens, and Celestine Caventler.
Vv'ilk1e Poole. june Cooper. Shirley Fort, june McCutcheon, Margaret Taymon, Betty Bmkley. Billie jean King.
Dorothy Goostree, and Mamie Langley.
H Ll' Sl ' l Plnlliws Doroth' Wlxlttle.
MRS. RUTH FAYE KILGORF ,.....,.. ...,. I . . ,...,........,,..,........,. ..,........,.. , .4..... F acuity Admser
Betty Keefover, Carleen Graham. Paul Harrison, Shirley Fort, Gertie King, Mary Elizabeth Cox, Horace Hunter, Carl Dean
Dowell, Roy Jernigan, Mrs, Kilgore. and jane Edging.
JEWEL SHOCKNEY .
MARY LOUISE FISHER
JIMMY THOMPSON, , .
BILLY OHBRIEN ....,.
MR. KITNNFTH NANCE. ,
. , . President
. Vice President
, . . , .Secretary
, . , , .Treasurer
GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB
O F F I C E R S
JOAN HARDIN ...............,,... President
PEGGY WARREN .,.,... .,... V ice President
4 MINNIB MAI BARNES ..... ...... S ecretary
LEONA PRATBR. ...... ....... 'T reasurer
MRS. HENRY NANCE. , .,.. Faculty Adviser
Seated: Lillie Mason, Leona Prater, Mamie Langley, Patsy Perry, and Betty Jean Duncan.
Standing: Minnie Mai Barnes, Sue Marshall, Joyce Baird, Juanita Poole, Beulah Coles, Barbara Bass,
Faye Coles, Shirley Calvin, Marie Keaton, Jean Watts, Peggy McClure, Dorothy Goosetree,
Connie Spurlock, Georgia Lee Horner, Annie Ruth Dunnebacke, Joan Hardin, and Annie Mai
Taft Anderson, Billy Bagwell. Cary Binkley, Odell Binkley, Leslie Burnette, Fred Clinard, Jesse Cole, Sid Cox, james Davy
Douglas Freeman, Billy Frizzell, Roy Frizzell, Ray Hampton, jimmy Hardin, Martin Hardy, Tom Hollinsworth, Charles Hudson
Billy Haynie, Rusty jones, Tony Neal, Gene Page, Roy Pardue, Sonny Pride, Paul Rankhorn. Albert Regg, Garland Robertson
Thurman Taylor, Ben Trotter, Bobby Trotter, Carl Tucker, Vernon Walker, Bill Williams, Eddie Wilson.
Ro Us To Cl
LT. COL. BEN TROTTER ....... , . .Battalion Commander
LT. COL. LILA ANNE CRUMP .A... . . .Battalion Sponsor
MAJOR RAY HAMPTON ....... .,.....,. B attalion Executive
MAJOR FRED CLINARD. . ..,,. Battalion Plans and Training
CAPT. WILLARD SHORT. , . ..... Battalion Supply Ojficer
CAPT. JAMES LOFTIN .,...... .... B attalion Adjutant
M, SGT. VERNON JOHNSON .... ...., S ergeant Major
First Row: Lt. Col. Trotter, Lt. Col. Crump.
Second Row: Major Hampton, Capt. Loftin, Major Chnard, Capt. Short, Lt. Beazley, Capt. Morefield.
Third Row: Lt. Davy, Lt. Gregory, Lt. Shepherd, Capt. Neal, Lt. Frizzell, Lt. Binkley, Sgt. Johnson.
Fourth Row: Sgt. Pinkleton, Sgt. Murphy, Sgt. Tucker, Sgt. Pride, Sgt. Robertson.
CAPT. RAYMOND MEDLEX'. . . ..., Commander
CAPT. CYNTHIA JONES .,,4,.. ...... S ponsor
FSGT. BERNARD VON DOHLEN, , , , ..... Drum Major
First Row: Capt. Medley, Capt. jones, Sgt. Von Dohlcn.
Second Row: McKin1n1ons, Hudson, Lowry, Toombs, Rundnlls, Turner.
'Third Row: Sgt. Whitson, Lawson, Madden, Caillouettc, Boner.
Fourth Row: Sgt. Richardson, Clemmons, Nclson, Sgt. Vcstcr, Cole.
CAPT. BOBBY MOIQBFIELD .......,,.,......., , .... Company Commander
CAPT. JOYCE BAIRD. , . , . .Sponsor
LT. JAMES DAVY .... ,... .,......,.,.,.,.... ..... P l a toon Leader
LT. MINNIE MAI BARNES .,A.. ..... S ponsor
First Row: Capt. Morefleld, Capt. Baird.
Lt. Davy, Lt. Barnes, Sgt. Kaylor.
Sgt. Dennis, Sgt. Connelly, Burton, Shaw, Wolfe, Page, Williiiins, Osborne
Sgt. Newman, Smith, Tucker, Loftin, Williams, Mayo.
Sgt. Shelton, Sledge, Stewart, Tarrents, Brazil, Cpl. Bagwell.
LT. BILLY FRIZZELL .,..
SGT. HAROLD SUTTON ..,.
CPL. JOHN GIBSON ..,.
LT. ODBLL BINKLEY.
LT. SHIRLEY LUTTRELL, . .
First Row: Cpl. Gibson, Lt. Frizzell.
Second Row: Lt. Binkley, Lt. Luttrell, Sgt. Sutton.
. ,First Sergeant
. . . . ,Guidon Bearer
. . . . .Sponsor
'Third Row: Sgt. Vaughn, Sgt. Osborne, Stivers, Brown, Hardy, Mayo, Collins, Kistner.
Fourth Row: Sgt. Cook, Dyer, Warren, Taylor, Murphy, Clinard, Cpl. Hunt.
Fifth Row: Sgt. Felts, Schutt, Fox, Walker, Fielder, Cpl. Burgett.
CAPT. TONY NEAL ......., .... C ompany Commander
CAPT. RUTH DEMONBREUN ,..., .... S ponsor
LT. DON SHEPHERD ...... ..,. P laroon Leader
LT. CORINNE DAVENPORT .... ,..... S ponsor
First Row: Capt. Neal, Capt. Demonbreun.
Lt. Shepherd, Lt. Davenport, Sgt. Farmer.
Sgt. Thomas, Sgt. Dodd, Rankhorn, Sanders, Deinonlvreun, Pitt, jones, Cpl. Beazley.
Sgt. Russell, Carillon, Coleman, Morris, Foster, Wilsoiu. A
Sgt. Ray, Blair, Snow, Phillips, Willianxs, Pardue.
LT. VERNON GREooRY. . .....,.,........,. . .
SGT. BOBBY FARMER ....
CPL. JIMMY HARDIN ,...
LT. ERNEST BEAZLEY ...A .............,.....,
LT. SUE ELLEN SNEED. . .
First Row: Cpl. Hardin, Lt. Gregory.
Second Row: Lt. Beazley, Lt. Sneed, Sgt. Gregory.
. .First Sergeant
, . . . .Sponsor
Third Row: Sgt. Preston, Sgt. Mooneyhnn, Jernigan, Willoughby, Morgaii, Gammon, Cpl. Cavender.
Fourth Row: Sgt. Trotter, Tranbarger, Brooks, Nickins, Mzirkhzim, Hicks.
Fifth Row: Sgt. Bruinbach, Hollinsworth, Lutrrell, Spears, Watts.
JEAN WEBB JOYCE BAIRD
LILA ANNE CRUMP, Captain
Roy Frizzell, Tony Neal, Eddie Wilson, Odell Binkley, Paul Whittle, Gene Page, Bud Morris,
Tom Hollinsworth, Thurman Taylor, William Pinkleton, Billy Frizzell, and Sonny Pride.
Back Row: Manager Carl Tucker, Leslie Burnett, joseph Jones, Billy Bagwell, Albert Regg, Carl Keaton,
Terry Dicus, Gary Binkley, Bobby Trotter, Jesse Cole, Ben Trotter, Fred Clinard, William
Gregory, and Sid Cox.
Not present when picture was made: Taft Anderson.
North 25 Cumberland ...,. 6
North 20 TIS .......,.... 12
North 26 Cohn ..... .... 1 4
North 37 Howard ,....... 13
North 13 West ,...,...... 7
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North 32 Hillsboro .,.,... 6
North 37 East ...... .,.. 7
North O Du Pont ....,... 27
BEN TROTTER ODBLL BINKLBY
STATlE CHAMPS AND S. ll-3. C. RUNNERS-UP
First Row: Odell Binkley, Charles Ragan, Rohert Dodson, Coach Ray Simpson, Billy Moore, Douglas Freeman, and Roy Pardue.
Second Row: Ray Hampton, Bobby Reasonover, Doris Head, jimmy Hardin, Wiley Simms, Cary Binkley, Billy Haynie, and Tommy
Odell Binkley, Gene Page, Billy Haynie, Carl Tucker, Ray Hampton, Garland Robertson, Douglas
Freeman, Ben Trotter, Fred Clinard, and Thomas Willizrms.
First Row: Bobby Trotter, joseph jones, Roy Pardue, Bobby Richardson, and Paul Rankhorn.
Back Row: Carlton Russell, Tony Neal, Sonny Pride, and james Davy.
JUNIOR HTGH TEAM
First Row: Leo Pewett, Argo Cobb, Walter Trotter, Vincent Barton, Bubber C. Carney, and Wendell Parduc.
Back Row: Coach Al Dennis, jerry Crocker, William Schroeder, Jimmie Bates, Maxie Moore, joe Sneed, and Herman Schroeder
Fmt Row: Mary Frances Wright. Janie Phelan. Elva Ruth Williams, Cynthia jones, Voncile Cook, and Sue Marshall,
Serfmd Row: Geraldine johnson, Billie Hunley, Joyce Cooksy. Miss Frances Van Deren, Lila Anne Crimp, Joyce Baird, jean XVchh.
Mr. nl. H. Noel. Beverly Ivey, and Helen Floyd.
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Neita Shoclcney, Peggy Dickens, Ann Hagewood, and Marie Powers.
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The value of the telephone isn't just the calls
you make. Sometimes the calls you receive are even
more important. You'd miss a lot if the telephone
just on calls you make, the tele-
pl1one's a big bargain in convenience,
security, success and good times.
When you add the calls you receive,
it's an even bigger value.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
IT'S FUN T0 SHOP AT
LIFE HND CHSUHLTY
OVER TWO MILLION
POLICIES IN FORCE
PAUL MOUNTCASTLE Presxdent
Home Office Nashville Tenn
BELL DRUG CO.
WHAT YOU WANT-WHEN YOU WANT IT
Prescriptions Our Specialty
Ninth and Monroe St. Phone 6-6723
FRESH MEATSWGROCERIES LIVE
"Distributors of Quality Foods FOR LESS
SIXTH AVENUE AT MONROE
NASHVILLE SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
708 Church 1911 Church
H PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST
Hospital Beds Oxygen Tents Wheel Chairs
For Sale or Rent
North Nashvi11e's Own
OREN M. WILLIAMS, Executive Vice-President
1403 Buchanan Street
CARA NOME COSMETICS
RELIABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
519 Union Street
. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
Your Class Ring jewelers
COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL
305 7th Ave., So.
B 8: W CAFETERIA
222 6th Ave., N.
PHILLIPS' BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Variety Merchandise School Supplies
1101 Buchanan St.
SWIFT'S SERVICE STATION MC'S LITTLE SUPER MARKET
Batteries Washing Greasing 1601 9th Ave., No. Phone 6-7921
Tires Road Service Staple Groceries Fresh Meats
5th Ave. and Jefferson St, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Daily
DUTY PRINTING CO.
ROBERT ORR 8: CO.
1808 18th Ave., N.
THE NATIONAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.
NASHVILLE 3, TENNESSEE
Printing of the Better Kind
Personal Stationery Cards Wedding Announcements, Etc.
High Class Color Work V
LINK LABEL WORKS
Rear 1220 Seventh Ave., No. Telephone 6-8700
THE COMPLETE STORE
FRED B. CASSETY
COAL-ROYAL OAK COKE
"It's Crazy With the Heat"
816 4th Ave., N. Phone 5-2714
LUCAS COAL CO.
"Your Warm Friends"
901 Fifth Ave., No.
CARLISLE DRUG COMPANY
Friendly service extended to all who
visit our store
Fifth Ave., N. and Monroe St.
C. C. THOMPSON MRS. I. A. SCOTT
CENTRAL PRODUCE CO
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
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"Better Bags For Every Purpose"
VOLUNTEER BAG COMPANY
320 Broad St.
ATLANTIC ICE 8: COAL COMPANY
ICE, COAL AND COLD STORAGE
Meet The Gang
TRAVEL TRAI LWAYS
WINTERS' DRUG STORE
113 6th Ave., N. Phone 42-6373
10th 81 Buchanan Phone 6-6929
STANSELL ELECTRIC CO
Excclling in Everything
LA PETITE BEAUTY SHOPPE
2811 West End Avenue
F L O W E R S ORNAMENTAL IRON
Telephone 4-1891 by
ENGLERT ENGINEERING CO.
2020 West End Avenue
805 6th Ave., N. 6-4631
HERMAN FLUTY SERVICE STATION
700 3rd Ave., N. 6-9248
LION OIL PRODUCTS
ROAD SERVICE KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES
HARTLEY GARM ENT CO.
1811 Church St.
GRADE A RESTAURANT
5th and Buchanan St.
aes. u.s. rn. ore.
Everett Cavender, Jr.
Ducky and Joe
Anita and Patty
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H.
Miss Alma C. Ullrich
For the latest in
Send Your Pictures
To Agents of
WRIGHT'S PHOTO SERVICE
SALES OFFICE TECHNICAL
413 Cotton States Building 6-7453
MILDRED AND BILLY
J. DUDLEY AARON
Main Office Branch Office
No. 5 Hermitage Ave. 605 Monroe
Phone 6-0516 Phone 6-9445
Come and Visit
,THE THIRD AVENUE
1329 Third Ave., N.
PROGRESSIVE COAL CO.
922 Second Ave., N.
Every School and School Child
in our country
EDENFIELD ELECTRIC INC.
Pot Plants Cut Flowers
1708 22nd Ave., N.
FRANK T. ORNDORFF
PAPER HANGING PAINTING
1921 10th Ave., No. Phone 4-7388
NORTH SIDE PARTS CO.
1017 Fifth Avenue, N.
Nashville 8, Tenn.
"NO FINER PAINT AT ANY PRICE"
Briggs Bros. Paint Mfg. Co., Inc.
100 Woodland St. Phone 5-6401
Fuqua's Hardware 8. Salvage Co.
We Buy, Rent, Sell, and Exchange
MAYS-WINN RADIO CO.
EXPERT SALES AND SERVICES ON
ANYTHING Sound Systems Radios Phonographs
Over 200 Tools for Rent phone 5-4543
1105 Buchanan St. 6-9649 151 9th Ave., No.
PAUL'S FOOD MARKET
We Know Housewives Prefer
QUALITY MEATS AND
Ninth Avenue and Clay Street
Pittsburgh Paints Gray-Seal Paints
TAYLOR SIGN 8: PAINT CO.
430 Deadrick St. Phone 6-5720
L. M. OSBORNE
316B 5th Ave., N. Phone 5-2326
Nashville 3, Tenn.
C. W. KEMPKAU 8: CO.
BUILDERS SUPPLIES V'
812-816 3rd Ave., N. Phone 6-6688
FLOYD AUBREY, Prop.
Corner Ninth and Church
NORTH END MARKET
1828 Fourth Ave., N.
Meat, Vegetables, Groceries
Free Delivery Phone 5-9152
E. N. WILLIAMS GROCERY
500 Clay Street 6-9232
24 HOUR SERVICE
438 Third Ave., N. Phone 6-0472
QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES
Sixth Ave., N. and Buchanan St.
CHRIS PIE WAGON
Ninth Ave., N. and Monroe
MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
SOFT BALL TEAM
"Express Your Love with Lovell's
Corsages Funeral Designs Pot Plants
Cut Flowers Bedding 81 Perennial Plants
Greenhouse 2614 Buchanan St. 6-8833
TANLEY'S GULF SERVICE
2015 18th Ave., No.
BOYD'S CASH 8: CARRY
1807 4th Ave., No.
Groceries Notions Hardware
MARY BAKER'S BEAUTY SHOP
All Types of Permanent Waves
1015 Buchanan Street
JOHN C. ROESCH 8: COMPANY
2822 West End Avenue
2101 14th Ave., No.
TENNESSEE TUFTING CO.
BATHMATS SCATTER RUGS
RANDOLPH 8: COLE
1401 Woodland St. Phone 3-9174
GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS
Phones 5-7619, 5-7610 1402 Buchanan
BOB'S BICYCLE SHOP
422 BROAD STREET
MANNING BARBER SHOP
601 Monroe Street
1000 Buchanan Street
A good place to meet for
SANDWICHES SODAS SUNDAES
1421 9th Avenue, North
MIRIANN SELF SERVICE
"SAVE CLOTHES, SAVE TIME"
1017 Buchanan Street
RESHA'S SUPER MARKET
JONES BROS. HARDWARE
1410 Buchanan Street
PIPE FITTINGS PAINTS TOOLS
Compliments of Gus ESKIND
DRY GOODS SHOES
1404 Buchanan Street
1402 V5 Buchanan Street
"We Strive To Please You"
JACK WHITE'S LION STATION
GAS OIL LUBRICATION
2014 Clarksville Highway
"A Nice Place To Entertain Friends"
9 Miles Out Clarksville Highway
Refrigerated Fruits and Vegetables
C. G. GREEN GROCERY
1812 18th Ave., No.
Free Delivery Phone 5-9217
PICKUP AND DELIVERY
1003 Buchanan St.
Phone 4-6535 Prompt Service
BILL'S BARBER SHOP
12th Avenue and Clay Street
1400 4th Avenue, No.
DOWN TOWN LANES
PEE WEE AUSTIN, Owner
If you can't Bowl, we teach you free
DOT AND LORETTA
E. T. HENDERSON
DELORES AND BOBBY
BILLIE, GLENDA, JOYCE
CHRIS AND BILL
WILKIE AND CHARLES
MILDRED AND JOY SHEPARD
BETTY JO AND RAY
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