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Back Row, Left to Right: Leo Laushman, L, C,-Perkins, Arnold Lee, David Belknap, C, J,
Pool, Billie D, Starkey, James Blankenship, Royce Blankenship, Kenneth Caaselberry,
Lathrop, E. H. Garner. Third Row: June Dawn Richman , Peggie Lou Holmes, Mildred
lallace, Ruby Joyce Daniels, Mildred Piter, Mary Ellen Keffer, Billie Ruth King, Johnni
Zoe Worrell, Zozelle Proffit, Joan Seales, Mary Lee Murray, Grace Lee Crain, Helen Lee
Portwood, Second Row: Catherine Conner, Gloria Jane Spradley, Virginia Holder, Betty
Ruth Dod8" Imogene Blankenship, June Cu mings, La Fleta Daniels, Joy Sprowles, La Do
Morgan, Bobby Wooten, Berl Dene Johnson, Sybil Lee Romines, Betty Jo Cox. First Rows
Roger Rutledge, Jim Hughes, Gerald Styles, Weldon Brothers, Mack Webb, Bobby Crown-
over, Darrel Doughtry, Robert Holder, Miss Tris Scott
Back Row, Left to Right: Pat Jones, Johnnie King, George Mathews, Leonard Owen, Cli:
Rogers, Ralph Jones, Jack Morris, J. C. Cole, Lewis Wade Caussey, Derrell Green, Floyd
Eubanks, J. D. Tuck. Second Row: Nancy Bryan, Helen Plunkett, Joan Edwards, Geraldean
Worrell, Minnie Bell Stevens, Margaret Bryan, Mary Lynn Brock, Nancy Caldwell, Gwen Lee
Morris, Johnnie Lou Evans. First Row: Bobby Burnett, Ted St.C1air, Merle McGuire.
Fred McCord, Charles Prater, Joe Turner Boone, Billy Eubanks, I. C. Black. Mr, Lightfoo
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WHAT THE SENIORS LEAVE TO S H S STUDENTS
Cllnton St Clair leaves to Dutton J Ba1les the helght of h1s
ar 1t1on helght
Patsy Robinson leaves to all S.H S girls the magor rule of
flirting don't do it
Flo Harrison leaves her beauty to Mary Ann Brown
Betsy Ann Jones leaves her neatness to Helen Jane Brock
Melba Burnett leaves her friendliness to Mary Ann Richeson
Frank Fancher leaves h1s corney iokes to Rufus Webb
Wylodeen leaves her wntelligence to Ann Daugntrey
Beth leaves to An1ta her acting ability
To Larry Marsh Clyde Wr1ght leaves his charming manners.
ah Nlcholson leaves toJohnnyeWall her ab1lity atuhookey play
Eddie Mae Brooks leaves to Etta Dae Stevens her shining crown
Maurene Hanna leaves to Alma Lee Reeves the exploring crew
Mack Keck leaves to Carlton H111 nHow to be a good farmer an
Hershell Hatter leaves toJohnn1e Shumate all the g1rls of the
Gene rossman leaves to A B Martin his ability to make one
laugh when it isn't funny
'Hod1e lover leaves his snappy oomebacks to Clarence Cass
Jimmye Lee leaves to Genevieve H1g?lDB her quiet air of distino
Henry Gleghorn leaves to Don Box a blazed trail of basketball
Maurine Blair leaves to Grace Plants the d1st1nct1on of becoming
a real lady
Jack Gowin leaves to C R Morris the qualities of an up and
coming lady killer
Paula Vaughn leaves to B1llie Jean Duncan nHow to Make Music
in Ten Easy Lessons
Troy Caldwell leaves to Leonard Brock a swell personality
Mary Sue Cooper leaves to W R Henson the well known story
of nv y I Was Late To Home Room
Mary Bell Harris leaves her athletic ability to Peggy Caussey
Rlchard Dormler wills h1s bashfulness to T W Davis
Raenelle Ezzell leaves her neatness to Betty Jane Blackburn
Tootsy Bagby leaves her quick temper to Margaret Crawford
Charlyne Palmer leaves her chewlng gum to Lucllle Plunkett
Fraser Boone leaves his affection for the fairer sex to Jack Emsoff
Marie Jorden leaves her sm1le to Luc1lle Haynes
Sam Shelburn leaves his giggles to Foster Harvey
Ella Grace Bledsoe leaves her easy going way to Alma Page.
Winona.Gainesleaves her politeness to Marie Self.
Jesse Fonville leaves his golden silence to William Hens.
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