Stoneville High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stoneville, NC)

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_ t- d VNA ANNUAL STAFF Second row--Mr. Brock, Mary Jane Joyce, Frances vBrown, Emma Carter, Hilda Lester, Bes¬ sie Lester, Jo Cooper, Nancy Webster, Pauline Smith. Third row—Claucey Alley, Elwell Joyce, Frances Comer, James Gregory, Paul Price,Gra¬ de Cardwell, Mabel Martin, Mary Jane King. Fourth row—CubieBrown, Moyer Martin,Nan cy Smithj Powell Doyle, Edith Belton, Jo Joyce Virginia Hakestraw. 7 ' hi - HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY Coach, Hi s_tor3 r i.iar shall W, Me Craw Gaffney, Principal- 3. ' !. Brock Stoneville Home Economics lis? Olive Williams Statesville, English- Niss Jean Sim ' soril adison, j Agriculture- Fred B. Davis Stoneville, Science- Forrest L.Yoi Vale, Cormier i cal- IIis s Mary Eakes Greenville, French ,Englis] Miss Joyce Chambliss Heidsville, is M £. s cCt ' A ed! L-j ' J ' u ITOIIEVILLE SCHOOL VV W T Dink Dalton Claucoy Alley--Claucey, one of the most active and .carefree girls, was a star guard on the basketball team for four year. She has been a member of the Newspaper Staff for four years. Annual Staff and Glee Club for one year. Claucey graduates with seventeen credits. Bessie Lester- Bessie is our best all-round girl. Sho has been a. member of the Glee Club, Newspaper Staff, and Basketball team for four years. She was a member of the annual staff and. Beta Club for two years. Sho was editor of the annual, Bus¬ iness manager of the Newspaper and Treasurer of the Beta Club in her Senior year, and Treas¬ urer of the Junior Class in her Junior year. Among the Super¬ latives she was voted the best all-round girl, most studious, most dependable, most courteous, smartest, and most intesloctual. She was also ' .most school spirit¬ ed. She graduates with seventeen credits. Sho w r as our Valedictor¬ ian . MASCOTS Betty Jane Smith i ii-i 0. P. Joyco Polly Joyce - Polly has been a member of the Glee ' ' Club for four years and of the basket¬ ball team for four years t She was- on the newspaper ' staff during her Freshman year and the Dramatics Club and Annual Staff duriny her.senior year. In the Senior Superlatives she was voted the most ■ •musicdl yirl. She graduates with nine¬ teen credits. Francis Pri11iman—Francis you ouyht to stay with us 1 at Stonevilie School and finish your Jliyh School caroor : wo-d like to know why it • is la..(.at ho roes to Leaks vi Me so much,. Franc 1 s yraduatec ;i fch sixi.ocn credits„ Edith, holt on mosc oo-i ' ' stu mo ran 0 lu ' u . f i :, ' c r . Glut, Eowshaper’ years and t: .n Inner.3. Staff in her senior ' jeer, She was on the soft ball t f-.cr:, and on the basket ball team -for three years. She is our most con¬ ceited yirl and graduates with eighteen credits„ Shirley Tomes-Shirley is a yirl vho likes reading, I bet she’s read every book in our library. If you’re around Shirley dor.’c be noisy because she doesn’t like noisy people and things. Frances Br r v.n»-France a is our ' prettiest rirl,She was a member of the Glee Club,Basketball, for four years, on the Annual Staff her Senior year and on the news¬ paper for three years. She was President of the Athletic Club in her Junior, year and was Vice- President her Senior year.Among The Senior Superlatives she was voted the prettiest srirl, neat¬ est girl and the best-dressed girl She graduates with seven¬ teen credits. Eunice Simmons--Eunice, also a quiet girl, when she wants to be, was on the newspaper staff during her first two years in high school.She wal cheer-load , or " during her " Son: or year, -and made . the basket 1 all term very proud of her. Sho graduates with sixteen credits.. Nancy Smith - Nancy has always bean an active member of our class. : For two years she was a member of the Beta Club and served as Secretary during her senior year. She was a member of the Annual Staff during her senior year. Nancy graduates with sixteen credits. Virginia Price - Virginia• is about " the smallest member of our class. She is 17 years old although she doesn ' t weigh but 98. She’s our cutest girl and was runner up for the neatest and prettiest. Virginia was vice-president during her jun¬ ior . year and was a member of the newspaper staff during her freshman year. She graduates with sixteen credits. Ruth Pratt - " You don’t know the half of it, " says Ruth, She likes barbecues too. You’d better not be stuck up if you want Ruth to like you, for she says she hates " studk up " peo¬ ple. She graduates with six¬ teen credits. gjjgg Herbert Dew--Herbert is our most dramatis’ boy. In the Senior Sup¬ erlatives he was also voted the most courteous boy, most talent¬ ed boy, and most dignified. He has been a member of the annual staff, baseball team, beta club, glee club, and dramatics club Mary Jane King—Mary J. King is Stoneville’s youngest graduate girl. During her . High School career she has been a member of the Eeta Club, Home Be. Club, newspaper staff, dramatics club, and glee club. She was a member of the annual staff her Senior year and a cheerleader.for one year. She holds the office of the President of the beta club her Senior year. Among the Sen¬ ior Superlatives she was voted the most dramatic, and most " ta¬ lented girl. She graduates with nineteen credits. Lena Gann—Lena is a very quiet girl who gets along with every-, body and likes it,- She has been a member of the .dramatics .club for one year and on the newspaper I staff during her Freshman,. Soph¬ omore, and Senior years. She graduates with sixteen credits. ■m Marion Claybrook - Marion will probably yo into the fertiliz¬ er business when school’s out, M arion is 18 and says, " I be doy. " Amony the superlatives he was voted second best boy athlete. Marion is a person who yets alony with everyone.. He yraduates with sixteen cre¬ dits. Clyde Claybrook- - Clyde is our most conceited,second neatest, second best lookfoy,and second best dressed boy. He is eiyh- teen and likes money but not women. We wonder if he really means that. He x graduates with sixteen credits. Elwell Joyce - Elwell is our most popular ylrl. She has served as assistant editor and editor in-chief of our newspa¬ per ,president of the Dramatics Club and Senior Class duriny her senior year, • president of the punier class, vice-presi¬ dent " of■the Seta Club and bus¬ iness mnnayer of the ■ annual duriny her senior year. She has been a member of the Dra¬ matics Club and newspaper staff for four years, a member of the Beta Club and Glee Club for two years, and a member of the Annual staff for three years. Amony the senior su¬ perlatives she was voted the most popular. She graduates with seventeen credits. Grade Cardwell- Grade is a su a very witty member of our clas;;.. She was in the newspaper staff for four years, and the soft ball team for two years. She has been a member of the Glee Club for two years, and on the annualstaff her Senior year. She was vice-presi¬ dent of the class in her sopho¬ more year. She graduates with seventeen and three-fourths cre¬ dits and the distinction of being our only.girl gus driver. Helen Plaster- Helen has been a member of our class all during our school years. During her high school years she was pres¬ ident of the class in the ninth grade. She wa3 a member of the Glee Club and newspaper staff for throe years. She is treas¬ urer of the Glee Club and is a member of the annual staff this year. Helen played basket ball for two years and was mamager this year. She is graduating with seventeen and one-fourth credits. Virginia Rakestraw- Virginia was voted second most courteous girl in the class. She was a member of the Home Ec. Club and has been on the newspaper staff in her Senior year. She was a member of the Glee Club for one year. Virginia is a very good student and gets along with all her classmates. She will grad¬ uate with seventeen credits. 1 Grade Cardwell- Grade is a so a very witty member of our class. She was in the newspaper staff for four years, and the soft ball team for two years. She has been a member of the Glee Club for two years, and on the annualstaff her Senior year. She was vice-presi¬ dent of the class in her sopho¬ more year. She graduates with seventeen and three-fourths cre¬ dits and the distinction of being our only„g.irl gus driver. Helen Plaster- Helen has been a member of our class all during our school years. During her high school years she was pres¬ ident of the class in the ninth grade• She was a member of the Glee Club and newspaper staff for three years. She is treas¬ urer of the Glee Club and is a member of the annual staff this year. Helen played basket ball for two years and was : mamagor thi 3 year. She is graduating with seventeen and one-fourth credits. Virginia Rakestraw- Virginia was voted second most courteous girl in tho class. She was a member of the Home Ec. Club and has been on the newspaper staff in her Senior year. She was a member of the Glee Club for one year. Virginia is a vory good student and gets along with all her classmates. She will grad¬ uate with seventeen credits. 8 Wilbur Hall—Wilbur, one of the smartest boys in our class, has been a member of the Beta Club, Basketball team, F.P.A., ; «Ps- paper staff and glee club, was editor in chief of the P.P paper for two years, reporter ancjj treasurer in agriculture. • r, W. L. Simmons-- !, Durb !l has been very outstanding in athletics during his high school career. He has been a member ' of the glee- club, and newspaper staff,basket¬ ball and baseball teams. He is president of the athletic club this year.. In the Senior Super¬ latives, he was voted the best dressed boy, best all-round boy, most conceited and most popular boy He graduates; u7itLii..seventeen credits. James Gregory--James joined our j.ase ir cur Junior year. He has been i member of the glee club, . .ji . club, a..d newspaper ■ Lie as vocod the most r-tie dious boy and most depend¬ able boy and von second place ‘hr the most talented. ' James duacoc with sixteen credits. i Qrene Strong- Oreno is our ■most carefree girl. She has been a popular member on the basket-ball team her Junior and. Senior voar ' She has been a very help¬ ful member on the newspap¬ er for three years Among the Senior Superlatives she was voted the most care¬ free girl. She ranked se- ond for the wittiest girl. She graduates with sixteen cre ' di ts. Paul Martin-- P- D ,, as, ho is called by his classmates likes to go to Leaks villa ... " I f m a son of a gi " , says Paul, " dug air. ; t romance grand " Paul graduate with sixteen credits. Hilda Coleman- Hilda gets along, wi til everyoneShe is -really a black- haired beauty- s ho has boon a very active member on tno newspaper s taff ; serving as the puzzle editor during her Senior year She graduates with sixtoeh crodi ts. - Irene Thomas- Irene is a very Active member in the Senior Class. She has been a newspap¬ er reporter during her Junior- Senior years, and a member of the Dramatics Club and Athletic Club during her Senior year. She graduates with sixteen cre¬ dits . Katherine Montgomery- Ka ' thcrinc is a joyful and cheerful girl whom the Senior class has enjoy¬ ed since ■ they were in the fifth gr_.de. Katherine has been a mem¬ ber- of the Dramatics Club for three years, on the newspaper staff for four years, and went -out for basketball her Freshman year. She was on the annual staff her Senior year. She .grad¬ uates with ' ' sixteen credits. Prances Comer- ponces has been a me mber n£-■ tne Glee Club and one of " the star players on the basketball team for four years. Among the Senior Superlatives she was voted the wittiest, best girl athlete, and the most, talkative girl. She was secre¬ tary of the Gleo Club and Ath-■ letlc Club during her Senior •year. She graduates with seven teen credits. Naomi Young- Our quietest girl, so she was voted in tho Senior Superlatives. Naomi was a mem¬ ber of the softball team dur¬ ing her first year in high school. Her favorite drink is ’’buttermilk " and her favorite saying is " I’ll say. " Accord¬ ing to the old sayinr " Keep your mouth shut, and -,ypu al¬ ways stay out of trouble. " Naomi will get along nicely. She graduates with (sixteen credits. Elaine Hall- Elaine is also a quiet girl who hasn ' t much to say but always gets along with everybody. She has been on the newspaper staff for four years. Elaine is very fond of milk¬ shakes but dislikes working very much. Her favorite say¬ ing is " I be dog ' . ' She graduates with sixteen credits. r=r f: Elizabeth Hewman- Elizabeth has been very active during her high school career, fShe ' has been a member of the newspaper staff, Dramatics .Club, Beta Club a ' d the Glee ' Club during her high school career.as woll as Secretary arid treasurer of the Senior Class. She stands third froii the head of the Senior Clas and rraduatcs with, sevonio u- cre¬ dits” Cubic Brown- Cubic, who is. a • quiet girl, has been a great ! to o ' Ur class and school, he an excellent typist and is also a member of the annual staff. Al| though she 3ays she does ' t like French she has been an excellent helper. Cuoie graduates with six teen credits. Powell Doyle- Powell, who was ed the cutest boy has been a mem¬ ber of the F. F. A. and cheer leader of the basketball team for two years. He was voted among Senior Superlatives the cutest noisiest, most congenial, most carefree boy, most talkative boy ; most musical boy, and wittiest boy, Ho was manager-editor of the’H. F. A. and vice-president of the Senior Class. Powoll graduates with sixteen credits. Senior Sup ario. t ivs- ? Prettiest Girl-Prances Brown. Best-Looking Boy-W., L. Gammons Cutest Girl-Virginie Price Cutest Boy-Poweli Doyle ' Most Dramatic Girl-Mar” -Jana Z±ca. Most Dramatic Boy-Kerbert Daw Wittiest Girl-Frances Come-- Wittiest Boy-Powell Doyle Most Courteous Girl-Eassie Lester Most Courteous Bov-fferbert Dew Neatest Girl-Frances Brown Neatest Boy-W. L. Simmons Most Conceited Girl.-Edith Belton. Most Conceited Boy-WL. Simons Most Studious Girl-Bess:© Lester Most Studious Boy Jam les-Gregory Most Muscial Girl-Polly -Joyce Most Muscial Boy-Powell Doyle Most Popular GirE-Slwell Joyce Most Popular Boy-W. L. Simmons Most Talkative Girl-Prances Comer Most TalksBoy-Powell Doyle Best .All-Pound Girl-Bessie Lester Best All-round Boy-W. L. Simmons Most Carefree Girl-Orene Strong Most Carefree Boy-Powell Doyle Most Talented Girl-Mary Jane King Most Talented Boy-Herbert Dew Most Dependable G il-Bessie Lester Most Dependable Boy-James Gregory Best Girl Athlete-Frances Comer Best Boy Athlete-W. L. Simmons Best Dressed Girl-Erances Brown Best Dressed Boy-W. L. Simmons Most Sophiscated Girl -Edith Belton Most Congenial-Powell J oyle Best Sport-W. L. Simmons Most Dignified-Herbert Dew Most Intellectual-Bessie Lester Q,uietest-Naomi Young Laziest-Francis Prillaman No isiest-Powell Doyle Smarest-Bessie Lester Most School Spirted-Bessie Lester h J » CLASS POEM Dear Seniors the time for our .parting is nigh We must leave behind us the days of Stoneville High As v ie journey forth each on his way May we do something worth while each day Many good times wo have had together For eleven years we have stood both fair and stormy weather But now we must say farewell Good-byes to our classmates we must tell A fond good-by; a word of good chaer May they follow us through the coming years As we journey forth through life Overcoming all obstacles; meeting with strife Go with a smile; shed no tears For the things you might have done in the passing years Rather live ' in the present think not of the ,past Think only of life that goes 30 fast A life that is up to you Whether it shall bo good and true. Then keep your eye on the star Trom your goal, don ' t stray afar . Living, Learning, Teaching, Playing all with cheer Increasing knowledge to be better each year. So farewell Seniors; farewell to you A fond good-by; a last adieu Hold to your purpose; don ' t go astray And don ' t forget Stoneville when you go away. By Shirley Tomes YALE DICTORIAR Bessie Le ■s ADDRESS =ter Friends, teachers, and classmates, iw is with great Joy and deep regret that l come tv- fore you this ' morningt to say a few words of farewell for my class and school. and e t Io is with ;;reat „oy that vjc come ‘-oca " ■ e have completed our hi w h school career cr itably through the efforts of our parents teachers, and t„us have reached the first gr milestone of our lives; with reyret becsu ore le ving so much behins ' tht can never be recaptured-companionshig of i-lends ana tern ers, school activities, and freedom.. a ' -fO, tns school gives us .11 a certain security that can ' never he en v oyed after we take our places in the adult world. To urn patrons of Our school we ' could exy. , ress our thanks for the ibivileges you have hives us through our school,privileges that we could have never had otherwise. Our .are- ell would not he complete with¬ out saying a word of appreciation to our ea- clers .YuuX enthusiasm and kindly interest mv advancement has lightened the gloom lefssor-s and made classroom work - You Ju v made our school mean more to ustnan neie 5»alis of modern architecture; you have invested j. with life ini endowed it with the solici love of .a real Mater. ’ shall ever loo ' . with pleasure to the profitable hours we• -j _ spe$t under your instruction, and we h - equipment of mind «ad oh r oter wnich labored faithfully to give us may ,§ your honor and .credit. Classmates,though the time of at " hand and we shall meet no more as.eniois let us not break the ties thao havj bound us durin,, tLc. happy years of work in dear atoned ville Hi h. Though there be a vide divergent® j- n . our thoughts and occupations, let us be joined by the members of these the most joy¬ ous years of our lives. ivu; ' we resolve aneva amid those haJh.yscones to fare forth bravely and so live that .ve may be proud of each other and that Ptcneville Hth oiay be proud of all of us.. Let us ' be patriotic m the right sense for the youn w people of " to¬ day hold in their hands the future of our ccun try. Wo are going out into a world that is war, stricken, a vorld in which the rules of force’ and diet, tors are trying to prevail over our own ways of life. We h vo learned in school much of the American Way of Life. They are the first Line of Defense of our country if they accept the responsibility of teachingan appreci ;tion of true Americanism. ' . Today we have seen thue .jnerican flag rais¬ ed over our own school ground as a “symbol of the freedom which we enjoy. Let our parting words be a pled-e that v;c“ wi.Y always do ( our part to keep it--and . 3 . . it stands for—flying bravely over our land. In closing ' let me say iu the ?ords of poet; ■ The graduates are going forth— Godi bless them every one 5 — To run this hard ant " stubborn woric lust as it should be rufc; Bu;; much I fear they " ’lifind that facts Don’tT always track with d roams ; And runnin_ this old earth is r.o As feasv as it seems. TENTH GRADE First Row--Buck Smith, Hilda Lester, Fran¬ ces Claybrooks, John Price, Moselle Joyce, An¬ nie Crews, Nancy Webster. Socond Row—-Mr. Yount, Nancy Roberts,Mary Jane Joyce, Dorothy Lancaster, Desser Mae Oak¬ ley, Mabel Brown, Jo Cooper, Olivia Beasley. Third Row—-Fred Irving, Joe Joyce Jr, Ben Simms, Fitzullee Kallamn, Pan] t rioe, Pruitt Martin. . Fourth Row—-Moyer Martin, Buleah MncDon- ald, William’Robertson, Louise Smith,Fletcher Cardwe-lX r Gr«y Joyoe, Henry Smith, AAAAAAa a , A VW d NINTH GRADE First row -Miss Chambliss Lois Prilliman, Eleanor Joyce Elsie Scott, Mildred. Brown, Mr frnney Joyce Emily Nelson, MeCraw •Elaine Martin, James Broun,, M A. Shaw, Edna Holliman, Annie Rhodes, William Price Second row- Madeline Heath; William Plaster. Third row—Charlie Cardwell, Carrie Mac Frye, Jane Simmons, Mary Frances Stone, Mabel Martin, Pauline Joyce, Christine Smith, Gladys Rakestraw, Iris Smith . Fourth row--Paul Gregory, John Howard Travis, Junior Bullin ' s, Gene Hall, Jack Lewis EIGHTH GRADE First-Row--Cherles ' JIart in, ' Fred Hankins, Henry Comer, Clarence Oakley-, JAmes Carter. Second Rov : —Katherine Massey, Carrie Mo- ore-, Margaret Romans, Iris Lemons, Irene Hy¬ att, Mable Case ' , Howard Joyce, Mary Driver, Melene Shively-, Bobby Irving. Third Row- -David Mason, Helen Brande,Es¬ telle Durham Mary Sue Ledbetter, Jimmy Led¬ better, Iva Dell Martin, Eunice Smith,Katha— leen Durham-, Virginia Smith, Jane Sneed,Jr mes Henry Hankins 1 . ' Fourth Row—Mildred Martin, Boyd Steele, Carter,.. Junior Bullins, ' Miss Williams, Frances Manuel, Gilb ' er,t Priddy, Mr. Davis, Edna Carter, Harvey Glenn, Frances Tuggle. NAA A NEWSPAPER STiiP. First row—Jimmy Ledbetter Buck Smith, William Price Second row—Miss Simpson gomery, Elizabeth Newman, I Katherine MassJJy, Lena Gann, Ruth Pratt, Mary Driver Katherine Mont lelone ' Shivoly, Nancy Webster, Third row—Prances Manuel Claucey Alley, Mary Jane King, Iva Dell Martin, Annie Crews, , Orene Strong Hilda Lester, Shirley Tomes Emma Carter, .ivia Beasley] Fourth row--Pruitt Martin, Annie Mae Rhodes-, Ed Cox, 0; Prances Claybrook, Joe Joyce’ Fifth row—Irene Thomas Carter, Virginia Rakestraw, j well Joyce, Kathaleen Wise, Joe Cooper, Edna ;ssie Lester, El- Prances Tug lo Sixth row—Dorothy Lancaster, Junior Bul- lins, Edith Belton, William Roberson, Hilda Coleman, Paul Price, Mabel Brown VW vv 7v a ■• Z DRAMATICS CLUB First Row—John Price, Lois Prilliman,Paul Price,Mary Jane King,Pruitt Martin, Nancy Web¬ ster, William Price. Second Row--Miss ■Chamberliss, Polly Joyce, Irene Thomas,Ed Cox, Christine Smith Edna Hol¬ liman, Moyer Martin, Mary Jane Joyce, Prances Brown, Third Row--Jo Cooper Carrie Mae Fyre, Mary Frances Stone, Chuck Cardwell,Mabel Martin,El- well Joyce, Hilda Lester, WSZS GIRLS t GLEE CLUB First row -Kathloen Wise, Frances ' Fagge Kathryn ' Massey, Jane Snead, Shirley Tomes Mildred Brown, Helen Plaster Second rov;--Annie Crews, Hilda Lester, Mary Jane Kin , Jo Cooper,Nancy Webster, Lois Prilliman, Miss Smith Third row—Bessie Lester, Olivia Beasley Christine Smith, Jane Simmons,Carrie Kao Frye Francos_Brown, Emma Carter Fourth row--Grade Qardwbll,?.fafaol Martin Paulino Joyce, Edith Belton, Polly Joype, Frances Comer, Mary Frances Stone. BOYS GLEE CLUB First Row—Miss Smith, Gene Hall, Edward. Cox, William Price. Second Row- John Travis, Frank Montgomery Fitzulee Kallam, Paul Price. Third Row—Joe Joyce Jr., Junior Bullins Chuck Cardwell, ' Powell Doyle, Jack Lewis. j OAAAZ ' vAAAAA BETA CLUB First Row- Nancy Webster, •Hilda Lester; Pruitt Buck Smith, Anrie Second Row—Mr. Brock, Moyer j Mary Jane King, Elizabeth Newnam Lester, Wilbur Hall. Third Row- Herb or t Dew, El Miss Simpson. loyce,. Nancy Smith Nancy ..Roberts, AGRICULTURE BOYS First Row—Bob Irving, Charles Martin, Fred Hankins, Clarence Oakley, M.A. Shaw, Howard Joyce, James Carter, Herman Scott. Second Row--John Travis Henry Hankins Charlie Cardwell, Jimmy Ledbetter, Pruitt Martin; Paul Price; Boyd Steelei Third Row—Fred Davis ( Instructor ), Gilbert Priddy, Paul Martin, Wilbur Hall, Fitzulee Kallam, Moyer Martin, Fred Irv¬ ing,, Ben Simms. Fourth Row—Powell Doyle, Junior Bullins, Fletcher Cardwell, Marion Clay- brook, William Rotysrtson, Robert Grogan, Herbert Dev;, ' Joe Joyce. First Row--Edna Carter, Elsie Scott, Frances Manuel,. Frances Fagg, Melene Shiv iva Dell Martin, Eleanor Joyce. Second Row—Iris Lemons, Maragret Rom¬ ans, Mildred Brov n, Mary Driver, Kathleen Durham, Mable Case, Carrie Moore, Irene Hyatt. Third, Row-Nancy Joyce, Kathorine Mas - sey, Kathleen Wise, Eunice Smith, Mildred Martin, Virginia Smith, Lois Pnlliaman,, Helen Brando. Fourth Row—Estelle Durham, Elaine Martin, Annie Mae Rhodes,. Mary Sue Led¬ better, Miss Williams, Carrie Mao Frye,, Mary Fiariccs Stono, Emma Cartor, Jane Snead. Fifth Row—Edna Holliman, Gladys Rake- straw, Emily Nolson, Iris Smith, Madclcnc Heath, Paulino Joyce, Francos Tuggle. ' W . COMMERCIAL CLASS First row—Lena Gann, Pruitt Martin lainei HallRuth Pratt j Shirley Tomes, Simms, Elizabeth Nevmam. Second row--Fred Irving, ■ Frances 3Pown£ Claucey Alley; Mary Jane King Frances Clay- brook, Nancy Roberts, Olivia Beasley, Helen Plaster, James Gregory. Third row—Pauline Smith, Paul Price Polly Joyce,•Frank Montomery, Frances Comer, Moyer Martin, Bessie Lester. Fourth row--Naomi Young, W. L. ' Simmons Gracie Cardwell, Virginia Rakestraw, Gra; Joyce, Dessa Mae Oakley, Mi ' ss Eakes, Mar; Jane Joyce. Fifth row—Cubie Brown, Marion Claybr- ook, " " Nancy Smith,Robert Grogan,Beaulah Mc¬ Donald, William Robertson, Fletcher Cardwell Edith Belton. GIHLS BASKETBALL TEAM First row—Nancy V e’oster, Claucey A1 Frances Comer,Hilda Lester, Polly Joyce,F ces Brown, Carrie Mae Frye. Second row--Orene Strong, Irene Tho: Mary Frances Stone, Edith Belton, Bessie ter, Edna Carter. Third row—Miss Eakes, Mr. McCraw 30YS BASKETBALL TEAM Wilbur Hall, Boyd Steele First RoW--Jimmie Hal Tommy King James Gregory Second .Row--Mr. McOraw, coach), Henry Smith, W. L. Simmons, Marion_ Claybrook,. Chuck Cardwell, Junior ,3ullj.is, Fr ann Montgomery (Manager), GRaMMaR GRADE TEACHERS Firat row--Misses Thomoson Ballad , Holt, Miller Second row- Krs. Vernon, Stdnc . Smith Frye, Burton Third row--Miss Melton, Miss Tatum, Mrs. Franklin, Mr. Mrs. T: Brock :iorn ton, Fourth row- ' -Missos Lilos, Mrs. Smith, Miss Hinshnw Bland, Joyce, SEVENTH GRADE First Row—Ben Taylor, Jack MOsely, Bud- ' dy Joyce, Val White, Herbert Pearson, Billy Joyce, Jack Shelton, Billy Shropshire, Junior London; Second Row--Miss Tatumnj Inez Mabe,Eliz¬ abeth Ann Brown,■Doris Glayhrook, Hester Nell Gann, Dore Joyce, Zeima Joyce, Carlene Rakes traw, Tava Booth, Third Row ' -Paul J yce, Tack Crews j Juni¬ or Webs gut: , Gharlj-o Wise. Floyd Barker, Lesli Price, Howard Bennett, Tony Martin,Jimmy Glenn Miss Joyce. Fourth Row—Dorothy Smith, Joan King,Na¬ ncy Joyce, Mildred Jones, Radeil Smith,Louise Ledbetter, Elmer Wetkins, Gladys Vernon,Annie Joins. Fifth Row—Billy White, Billy Tomes,G.E. 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