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SOPHISTICATED SOPHS FIRST ROW (Left to right) FRANCES ADAIR. FRANK AKERS, NINA AKERS, DOUGLAS ALLEY, ORA LEE BASSETT, CHARLOTTE ANN BRUCE. BESSIE CARRAS, SUSIE CLARK, ELOISE COVEY. SECOND ROW GRACE CRAWFORD, DeWITT C REGER, OHMER CROWELL, LOUISE DUNLAP, IRENE FARMER. BONNIE JEAN GALLI MORE, PAULINE GATEWOOD, EDITH GIBBS, BOW HAISLIP. THIRD ROW HELEN HAISLIP, PERRY HALEY, G. C. HALL. RUBY HEARN. ANNA RUTH HIXON, OTIS HUGHES, ELEANOR IMBODEN, CLINTON JENNINGS, MARY JOHNSON. FOURTH ROW RUTH JONES. HELEN JORDAN, CHARLES KEGLEY, NAOMI KEGLEY, LILLIAN KEIS- TER, DENNIS LANDIS, PEGGY LAUGHON. LUCILLE MARTIN, NELLIE McCALL. FIFTH ROW CHARLENE McNEW, ANNA MICHELE. MATTIE MIDKIFF. PATSY MILLER. FRANK MOORE, RAYMOND MOORE, ROBERT MOORE, LUCY MOREHEAD, NED MUIRE. SIXTH ROW DOLLY MYERS. GLENNA MYERS, RUTH NELSON, CLAYTON OWENS, CHARLES PAULEY, EVELYN PETTYJOHN, CHARLOTTE RAY, STELLA RIGNEY. LOIS ROSENBAUM SEVENTH ROW DORIS RUN ION, MARY KATHERINE RYAN, BETTY JO SCHRADER, JACKIE SEAGLE, LENORA SPANGLER. FRAN K STAFFORD. BUDDY STEGER, ORETA STUART, EVA MAE SURBER. EIGHTH ROW RACHEL TAYLOR. RUTH THORNTON, LUCY TURNER, HELEN VINSON, RUTH WAL- LACE. ELSIE WEEKS, DONNA WILLIS, HAZEL WOOTEN.
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THE CLASS OF 1943 Johnston, Eldridge Jones, Mildred Jones, Roger Kegley, George Kidd, Annie Lois King, Edward King. Roy King. Doris Kisling, Archie Kitts, Clifford Kitts, Ben Knapp, Homer Lester, Buddy Lugar, Hez Malone. Edward Mann, Tom Marshall, Bernard Martin. Muriel Martin, Her- man Matheny, Mary Melts, Mildred Mitchell, Ruth Moles, Cooper Morefield, Ralph Neese, Elmer Newman, Thomas Newsome, Doris Owens, Ruth Otey, Dan Owens, Marvin Patton, Ralph Pearce, George Pendergraph, Raymond Phibbs, Mary Phillips. Thomas Powers, Dorothy Price, Jean Queen, George Rash, Jean Rhoades, Garnett Riggs, Raymond Riggs. Billy Rorrer, Ethel Roseberry, Royce Rosenbaum, Berl Ross, Oakie Rupe, X Sanders, William Saunders, Louis Schaffer, Howard Schrader. Margaret Schrader, Elizabeth Scott. Irene Sheppard. Lena Sheppard, Tom Silcox, Hensel Slaughter, Donna Smith. Jack Snapp, Carl Stafford, Robert Stevens, Doris Surratt, Rudolph Sutherland. Farley Sutphin, Harriet Sutphin, Colleene Taylor, Elsworth Tench, Clara Nell Tester, Harold Tester, Alene Thomas, Frank Thornhill. Claude Turner. Thelma Turner, Cecil Via, Virginia Vickers, James Walker. Gordon Watson, Charles Watts, Bennie Webb, James Webb. Patsy Whitaker, Marie White, Rollin White, Ralph White, Colleen Williams, Howard Williams, Wallace Woodyard, Willard Woodyard. Marie Young, Daphne Young.
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THE C LASS OF 1942 Q EXT in line came 84 of our 1938 “greeners” who, no longer green at anything and highly exalted by their new posi- tion as “Sophisticated Sophs,” delved in with enthusiasm toward new and higher accomplishments in this their second year of high school. J nst one year before, they had ascended those inevitable stairs — stairs which they had gazed upon so hopefully for two seemingly unending years which [ire- ceded their memorable ascent. There were about 110 of them, then, and they’d been divided into four sections under the careful super- vision of Miss Frances Foster, Miss Crystal Frye, Miss Laura Dalton, and Mr. Richard T. Daughtrey. Yes, that was quite an eventful year which they, as Freshmen, ex- perienced ; but ah! proud and excited over their new title, they began their Sophomore year with a fervent will to make the very best of every minute. Miss Mary Hays, Miss Mary Ann Sanderson, and Miss Lynnwood Kinder were the home- room teachers, and soon after get- ting accustomed to the novelty of Soph life, home-room officers were carefully chosen. H. A. Turner led room Xo. 100, while Ruth Wallace served as vice-pr esident and Lois Rosenbaum as secretary-treasurer; Room 208 selected Bonnie Jean Gal- limore for their president, Pauline Gatewood treasurer, and Ruth Fitz- gerald, secretary. In Miss Kinder’s room Patsy Miller was wisely chosen president and Helen Jordan served in the capacity of vice-president. Members of the Sophomore class whose pictures do not appear include Robert Adams, Helen Austin, David Beamer, Peggy Bosang, Bill Bouldin, Pauline Boyd, Robert Cecil, Fannie Cline, Bill Coltrane, Charles Cox, Jean Edwards, Kenneth Farmer, Ruth Fitzgerald, Henry Frye, Ralph Gemmell, George Gerberich, Isabel Grantham, Junior Gray, Billy Grose- close, Syble Hawkins, Hazel Jones, George Kennedy, J.C.Lefew, Blanche Nelson, Douglas Owen, Richard Que- senberry, Blanche Rash, Clifford Ritter, John Romano, Thomas Ros- enbaum, Jack Scott, Richard Silcox, Hazel Stone, Joyleen Taylor, H. A. Turner, Byron Webb, Bob Whitman, and John Wooten. Clubs and athletic programs throughout the year kept a steady reign of activities open to them and they found themselves continuously rushed to keep up with everything. When the Student Council was organized the Sophs were well repre- sented by Peggy Bosang, Ruth Wal- lace, and G. C. Hall. They captured several honors throughout the year, too; for example, young Miss Helen Jordan won second place in the P. H. S. Sweethearts’ Beauty Contest. Yes, ' twas a most eventful year for all of them, and they look anxiously forward to September 1940, when they can at last call themselves the “J oiliest of Juniors.”
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