Pruden High School - Panther Tracks Yearbook (Pruden, TN)

 - Class of 1953

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DGZDCZN l I fi 242513 1112352 Class Wlll 25.8 E 3DC8Em2DG52D'38IX.8952 S EN We, the Senior Class of 1953, of Pruden High School Pruden, State of Tennessee, being of loose mind and poor physical condition, together with a feeling of uncertainty concerning our stay upon the topsoils of the earth, do hereby make this, our last ill and testament We, the Senior Class, will to the Junior Class the little room across from the office We, the Senlor Class, will to the the prlvllege of playing basketball in We the Senior Class, will book te llnv all the habit and and how to tale orders from the we, the Senior Class will moral standard , and know edge of how to run the without having any frict on between the te chers students Sophomore Class the new gymnasium to the customs of the teachers rest of the school Freshmen Class a our high school and to the teachers, And now a number of personal bequests which Ii 1 t 'e senarately and individually I Katbaleen Partwn, will my ability to have secret pals to Ruta Ke plen I Deana 'ay Osborne, girls o Myrtle lay I, Mary Ruth Douglas, every day to Jimmy Hurst I, Norita Jones, will to Georgia York and Myrtle I, Helen Oliver, will position to Pete Cowparoni I Cecilia Comparoni, Tommy ray. I, Dewey Lawson, will will my ability to spite the will my ability to be present my ability as a cheerleader England my big mouth and funny dis will my dislike of studying to my will power to resist a crew-out to william McKinney. 11 ' A -'----I.-.-.--.-a.llsnnqnna l ' ' A?s11...l Xisffssiffi I JSC I PS ' W Z N ES V. F Bi K " N DRE 13 . N , - ... ' 0 . l O , 1 D -- c. S . .i 1 . " K L: N f Q Q' . 1 Z3 Q C v sk o mam , : . , 1. Y sm. l - 4 L I.. Q 3 K'4 .A .1 Q It ... 'L 0 ' 1 , . 2- - . .- .. .

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'KEN Class Hzstory NEWER! .fl I I , .' F M MRMRMEMR RMRMYM On 59Pt0abGT 1, l9U8, I along wlth seventy other Nli'l ole green freshmenu climbed the steps of Pruden Hlhh School with a sigh of relief We were the first freshmen in the hlStOP5 of P H S to escape the dread ed initiation that took place every year. After much confusion and the teachers pulling out their Wmuch-neededn hair, we were finally organized and -:Q ' , I 4 ., A ' as sw if 'C s , E 54 if . H 1 2 H .4 SG 1-r V R M an 1 A . H N . I Z . . o 5, a as , T H Ll L I '1 I I placed in two separate rooms With somewhat of a strug gle we made it thru that first year We continually kept busy, as freshmen usually do, trying to be noticed by the great Wupper classmenn None of us had very much success at this except for the lovely sewing done by the girls in the Home Ec. class and the material the boys added to the basketball team After a three months vacation, began. The class was almost as big with only four gone We were again arate rooms This time the boys 1U the Sophomore year as the year before placed in two sep one room and girls in another Cwhich was a bitter dlsappointnent to one and all'J The excitement of the year was the blg fight be tween one of the students and a certain Algebra teacher and I'm sure all of us remember the day of the baseball game and especially the way we got there No one obgected but the principal The Junior year was lots of fun with the rings coming the Junior play CnThe Hoosier School Master a grea success!! the Jr Sr Banquet, and the trip to the Smokies e class was still large with forty eight enrolled that year We sally told the Seniors goodbye and waited restlessly to take their places During the summer that followed there was a strug ple to keep the high school at Pruden To solve the problem and bring relief to all of us, Tennessee took over all the school, instead of just half of it When school began again, the class was reduced to the small number of lk Now we're nearing the end of what has been the greatest of all our school years We leave with a mixed of wanting to repay the de t we owe our parents, teachers, and friends who have helped us in so many different ways these last four years We leave with the dread of seeing our classmate! for the last time but also with the growing expectancy of meeting new friends and making our own special place in this world of prosperity 10 . A U ! . i gg . np- feeling of sadness, regret, and anxiety.....the anxiety



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1, Roo evelt D w1e s, w1ll my shyne s to Charles willls I Geor 11 Douv as, 111 my b1l1ty to nlay bob jacks to Georvla Yer I, Dorothy Powers, wlll y ability to study to Clarlts 411115 I, I11irod Lozlnvo, 1111 myebillty to He qulet to Tow y Gray b nd to Don w11lis, wlll my good looks to J1mmy Rose Irene Jones, wlll Wy abllity to get to school ,lx Polly Faye Davis, 111 my ability to get a hus 'yrtle En land do hereby na e and apoolut as the sole executor of thlS our lest vlll and test ent, our class sponso1 Mrs Op l Patterson In wltness hereof, we the Class of 1953, the test ators have set our hand and seal on this the 13 day of May in the year of 195 f.4mQ,ff,,,, 1,71 JL-21-A-f 0f7d-,U-un! 0?uJ5L.EaM7C Mvyw-Yu QWWMIMM we use lk iwk 1' ' ,,,,,LU,Qu.., .Q IZ X - t .. . s ' -f ,QI N ,Q - A I . A I . f I M - I, H H ' ' 35,8 ' sun: nn' I ' I X -L I I "1 , , K LAf X Ry x ' K R I , I 3 , e..1,l ' , -sf .. " 1 . 3 If , : gli ul w' L a ' ' A I 1 Q Lg Q I ' M. YH I4 1 e V'-1' . fy 'rl tv! ' F' v .1 o 1 - ,. . Q 5 r , fw- 1-m ' 0 if Ia E" AJ 1 ' - 1 2 I, o H' Az . ' on time to Jimmy Rose. fH+ ,- , 1 I, X H .1 - Q, ri - o 1 I We , m, A - Y! ' , 1 wa' em r, f , A , rf 5 41 Q 1 f W D 'I - K! 1, , f . 1 3, f 1 ' 1 X! ' H I 6521 iff 'f 44 . f r, , J hr 1 I L' 2 . B fi 5 4 al ' ' 5 ' ' 5 . ii V . C! , ' ' 5 , 1 1 - s 1 d V I 5 - , ,X an all A . LL x K ' Mx X . ' 9"

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