Sylacauga High School - Syhiscan Yearbook (Sylacauga, AL)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1950 volume:
HERMAN GILMORE . . . President
DONALD MERKEL . . Vice'President
BOBBIE DARBY , Secretory
EDWIN BANNISTER . . Treasurer
We, the Senior Class of l95O, end our high school career at the beginning of the half-century.
We, like millions of our fellow men, look with questioning minds to the remaining half-century as we
reminiscence our brief span of years.
Perhaps our first memories of our present classmates are from the days of kindergarten when we
fought over toys. Following this school of acquaintance, we remember our many new playmates in
grammar school. These days passed rapidly and soon the days of higher education at Sylacauga High
were opened to us.
The war was at its height and many new faces ioined our ranks as we mustered the courage to
take our place in junior high. During these years in iunior high we grew as Sylacauga grew - in sta-
ture and knowledge. We were not old enough to be active participants in most of the school's extra
curricular activities, but we showed our enthusiasm by interested spectators and helping to root and cheer
for Alma Mater.
Then came our day for active participation. We had successfully passed the in-between Sophomore
age and had become iolly Juniors. People from our class were active - the band, Glee club, football,
basketball, tennis, Beta Club and numerous others-each of these was pushed to even greater heights.
We shall always remember our junior and senior years as our finest, but also as those involving
the most work. We were in high standing during our iunior year for we were excelled only by those
"sophisticated Seniors." The Junior-Senior Banquet given for the "Forty-niners" was very successful,
though we had more hindrances than you can imagine. That was the year we discovered our class had
unlimited talent for acting. This was disclosed through the class play, "A Ready Made Family."
Then suddenly it dawned upon us as if the heavens had burst-what would we do without those
Seniors who had guided us through the year? We felt more than uneasiness at the thought of ourselves
being in charge when school opened next year.
At last it is i950 and in May we shall walk down the aisle as students of S. H. S. for the last time.
We realize that these have been some of our best years and that there are memories we shall always
cherish but now we are ready to begin life with its endless ioys, sadnesses and opportunities, and we
must prepare to take our place in the world and think of high school as only a vivid memory.
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S NIDR CLASS PR PHECY
Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye! On this 26th day of May in the year of our Lord, l95O, we are about
the undertake the hopeless task of prophesying the future of our gifted seniors. Any similarity be-
tween this prophecy and the actual truth is purely intentional. By our special gifts and powers we now
roll back the curtain of the present and find ourselves in the year l958.
.lo Parker is now a great detective. We thought she would get ahead in the profession, since she
ball-and-chained a man even before she finished high school.
h The truth has leaked out that Jo Ann Ausborn is a great poker player. She always was stacked
Betty Motes' beauty salon is being remodeled into a beautiful saloon.
Martha Jean Tate's husband is running a shoe shop. He couldn't be a preacher but is still sav-
ing lost soles.
Marguerite Hunt is still trying to reduce. Dr. Bill Pohl put her on a diet of milk, crackers, and let-
tuce, but Marguerite doesn't know whether to eat this before or after meals.
Pretty Donna Walley is a secretary now. Her boss said that she couldn't add, but she could cer-
June Wheeler has written a best seller. She calls it "My Memories." Her many old flames really
make this a hot book.
Joy Adcock has married a fellow artist. They are as happy as a pair of drawers could be.
Betty Gortney, while in school, robbed the cradle. Now she is rocking it.
Paul Whitehurst still has some of the high school adventure in his blood. His wife and kids expect
him back from the moon any day now.
Carolyn Rush always did have a knack for being the treasurer of everything. She is now the treas-
urer of the United Saxophone Players,
Walter Rozelle has his own German band. They play every night in a famous New Orleans night
club, called the "Club Qi." "Stormy" iBarbara Ogletreel sings with them. We hear that she often
throws things out into the audience.
Edward Guy is going into the trucking business. A sign on one of his trucks reads, "I stop for
railroads, blonds, brunettes, and will back up fifty feet for a red head."
Charles Evans is doing quite well now, for he followed the old saying: "Always cast your lot
with a woman who has enough money to build a house on it."
Elizabeth McCaffery, the world-famous biologist, has come out with her latest discovery: A honey
bee has a stinger only .O3l25 inches long. The rest is only purely imagination.
Farmer William Morris has a new twist on growing cucumbers. He turns the seeds inside out so
that they will grow dimples instead of warts.
Donald Merkel has never married, for he found out that the only two who can live as cheaply as
one are a flea and a dog.
Billy Smith was the city's efficiency expert until he put unbreakable glass in the fire alarm boxes.
Virgil-Heath has found something to do with his head beside running into walls. He is now studying
figures - in business college, that is.
A. G. Caudle finally became a successful automobile mechanic. Have your tires changed at Caudle's
Douglas Farr is a big game hunter. He specializes in shooting the bull.
Bill Thompson is in the coaching business. He trains fleas for Ringling Brothers.
Larry Carter has contracted to build fences around graveyards. He heard that people were dying
to get in.
Houston Adair went into the fishing business, but now he tells us that business stinks.
Chef Horace Large's restaurant has the best food in town. Could be because it's the only eating
place for miles around.
Harold Bentley is in the soap-making business. We hear that he is really cleaning up.
Explorer Annie Lou Jones, while hunting in the iungles of Africa, found only a'large, hairy animal.
lt turned out to be Grady Cobb.
Patrick Newby heard that the next war would be fought in the air. Hero that he is, he joined
Herman Gilmore is playing football for Sewanee University. When he came out onto the field, the
coach said, "This is the end."
Francine Mclilvey has become a success in music. She is a piano tuner for Forbes.
Jill Gardner has married a Tennessee Hillbilly. They have a lovely home way back in the hills.
Miller Widemire has taken over "Pop's" job of selling ice cream in front af the school.
Ed Bannister is top man around this part of the country. He has become a forest ranger at Horn
Coy Horne made millions in the printing business until the FBI caught up with him.
Charles Hohl and Neita Hornbeck have finally received their naturalization papers. 'lhey are now
full-feldged rebels. ,
Billy Spivey has become a book-worm. He always did like "Little Women." lAny similarity to a
book is purely coincidental.l
Jim Rozelle always did like to tinker with machinery, but he finally tinkered with one too many.
I think they call it the electric chair.
Tommy Tate is an engineer for the Central of Georgia. Just like Tommy, always letting off steam.
Billy Wayne Oaks has gone ta Hollywood to study, No, not women, radio. He's married, you
Allan Miles, one of those frigid boys from Canada, has finally become a red-hot rebel.
Jep Greer also owns a newspaper. So what, they only cost a nickel.
Jimmy Coleman is in a serious business. Serious and Roebuck.
Betty Bolton has grown to be eight feet tall, and is now playing center for the Quarry All-Stars
Ann Brooks has married a farmer and has settled down to a happy life in the metropolis of Old-
Bettye Culp, after her startling grades in Democracy, has become the first woman president.
Bobbie Darby is still trying to find out what happens to that trombone when she pulls it back in.
June Duncan has settled down with a Texas cattleman. But cows aren't all they raise.
Freda Fallman has married a banker. We don't know his name, but his initials are Bill Smith.
Mary Aline Foshee is a concert pianist. You can hear her from WSM from Nashville every Satur-
Faye-Johnson is a foot specialist. She sells shoes at The Leader.
Mabel Lee has become a famous artist. Her favorite color is "Red."
lf you see a place called "Lizzy's" you'll know what has happened to Mary Elizabeth Looney.
She owns her own dress shoppe now.
Annette LaPier has settled down to a happy married life. Everything "Piers" to be doing all right.
Because of her persuasive and forceful ways, Beth Thomas now has a iob training lions in a
Robbie Jane Warren and Ann Rogers are traveling together in Mexico. They seem to be making
many "hombres amigosf' Robbie thinks that it is her use of the Spanish language that attracts them,
but we know that it is Ann's sweet smile.
Janice Van Gompel has become a bookkeeping teacher. Can't you iust see her now - still making
carbon copies of all her work so that others can use them?
From now when you go to argue, steer clear of Betty Marie Mask for she is now one of the greatest
women lawyers in the United States and has won every case she has taken.
Although quite wealthy now, Barbara Stewart enioys driving one of her many buses once in
awhile, for that is how she got her start.
In high school we all thought Dot White's future would be washing dishes, for she was to be
married a month after school was out. We were wrong, it's washing diapers.
Margaret Ann Smith is working with colored television. She gets someone to embarrass her and
her beautiful blushing cheeks do the rest.
Betty McCaa is a world-famous missionary. She saves those people who try to work Algebra prob-
Yoli Roy has changed nationality and has become a famous Irish song writer. Her latest hit is "Ah,
We would have made this more personal by writing with a pencil but down here they won't let us
have any sharp pointed articles.
CAROLYN JONES . . 4 . President
GEORGE MCVVILLIAMS . . . Vice-President
PEGGY MCGUIRE . . Secretory-Treasurer
Martha Nan Adair, Annette Bazemore, Winnie Bentley, Ann Carter, Joy Caudle, Carolyn Collins,
Elizabeth Conville, Wymoline Cottle, Jo Ann Dodd, Jean Edmonson, Ruby Fields, Gloria Gable, Nona
Faye Gardner, Dorothy Grizzle, Dorris Jean Gentry, Clara Lee Hammett, Ann Haralson, Louise Hardy,
Anna Harris, Carolyn Jones, President, Martha King, Mary Nita McCaffery, Peggy McGuire, Secretary-
Treasurer, Linda Machen, Freida Malwitz, Sara Mims, Donna Ivlokrow, Lillian Parker, Laurie Ray, Edwina
Rowe, Sara Stuart, Carolyn Tankersley, Vera Thrasher, Carol White, Quentella Woodham, Ouida Fuller.
James Bennett, Gene Boykin, Sam Bozeman, Joe Caldwell, Bob Carlisle, Charles Christopher, Jimmy
Coleman, James Cook, Donald Cosper, Wayne Cox, Jimmy Craven, Leon Culpepper, Roland Duncan,
Bartlett Ford, Byron George, Lewis Grice, Dan Harris, Donald Hohl, Willis Hyde, James Johnson, David
Jones, J. W. Liveoak, George McWilliams, Vice-President, Charles Ogletree, Dwight Owings, Lee Plexico,
Carey Riggins, Rex Riggins, Billy Stone, Charlie Bob Thomason, Jimmy Thurman, Charles Weaver, Jim-
my Johnson, Wallis Lightsey, Stanley Smithson.
BOBBY TREACE . . . . President
MICKEY GARRIGUS . . Vice-President
STANLEY NEWTON . . . Secretory
WILLIAM MCNEILL . . Treasurer
Laverne White, Alice Ballard, Wynelle Creel, Betty Ausborn, Dot Bradley, Gail Brown, Vo n ze II
Chandler, Joan Conway, Beth Cooper, Virginia Covington, Audis Dunley, Eva Dillingham, Mary Dupree,
Doryce Floyd, Ellen Freeman, Catherine Grice, Evelyn Hatdel, Marie Harris, Frances lsenhour, Evelyn
Jones, Katherine Lande, Ann Lessley, Reporter, Jane Lessley, Betty McCary, Billy Mizzell, Anita Mims,
.loan Meyers, Mary Frances Oaks, Margaret Owings, Chrissy Parker, Paddy Parks, Margie Patterson,
Doris Phillips, Patsy Price, Willie Racine, Jean Rushing, Ann Simmons, Sara Simpkins, Mary Ann Smelley
Joyce Sumners, Mary Alice Tackett, Mary Helen Tate, Patricia Turner, Alice Vardeman, Audrey Wallace,
Betty Walker, Faye White, Earlene Holt,
Gerald Adams, Jerry Bowen, J. M. Bradley, Donald Bulger, Fred Chandler, Blaise Clifton, .Herbert
Collins, Jack Coston, Billy Dees, DeWitt Dodd, Hugh Ezekill, Fred Fallman, Mickey Garrigus, Vice-Pres-
ident, George Huckaby, .limmy Hyler, Neely Inlow, Bobby Lackey, Mickey Landers, John Langley, Bert
LeCroy, Alfred Leppert, Marian Lee, William McNeill, Treasurer, Haynes Masters, Billy Monyhan, Bobby
Morris, Kennard Moss, Bobby McDermid, Donald Saunders, Ted Smith, Billy Stanton, Stanley Newton,
Secretary, Ray Taunton, Bobby Treace, President, Jimmy Walley, Jimmy Williams, Larry Allison, Charles
Giddens, Jimmy Edge, Marvin Joiner, David Macomish.
Betty Arnett, Eleanor Atkinson, Margaret Beckett, Catherine Brooks, Doris Nell Burks, Jennell Cox,
Sara Craven, Ann Culpepper, Mariamanda Darden, Betty Davis, Helen Edmonson, Erna Fowler, Aubara
Live-oak, Bobbie Nell Martin, Gloria Jean Mask, Pam McElwee, Betty Mizzell, Jill Parker, Patsy Patton,
Doris Robinson, Barbara Shelton, Patsy Shinn, Eugeina Smith, Shirley Smith, Frances Tate, Delores Wil-
liams, Don Anderson, Jimmy Bannister, Harold Cochran, Edwin Dark, Thomas Racine, Frank Tin ney,
Sagers Wyatt, Neil Carter, Billy Caudle, Joe Caudle, Jack Gillum, Tommy Machen, Herman Patton, Jack
Remson, David Spence, Billy Joe Walton, Kenneth Williams, Louise Roy, Wilma Barnett, Frances Blue,
Margaret Bottom, Barbara Folks, Mary Louise Greer, Donna Hafdell, Glenda Hendrix, June Holcombe,
Ruth Hornbeck, Eelna Faye Hyde, Nellie Joe Jones, Peggy Kennedy, Gayle Malwitz, Joyce Matherson,
Carolyn Mauldin, June McClure, Barbara Merrill, Sylvia Morris, Carolyn Roberson, Sally Saxon, Marlene
Smith, Johnny Ann Smith, Louise Summers, Mildred Tankersley, Margaret Taylor, Martha McCain,
Mackie Baker, Milton Braisher, Bobby Edmonson, V. J. Estes, James Goodwin, Jimmy Goodwin, Walter
Hightower, Dan Keel, John Oliver King, Benny McDougal, Glen Nappier, Melvin Parker, Roy Reames,
J. Kelly Robinson, Virgil Smith, Kenneth Smithson, Nelson Smithson, Tony Taunton, Robert Turner, Billy
Jeffery, Janet Dodwell, Ivtaryon Dupree, Betty Gable, Janice Gilliland, Johnie Gorgan, Patricia Hurst,
Ida Gray Pruett, June Roach, Anna Deane Storey, Clara White, Betty Bell.
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Erma Demedicis, Euba DeVaughn, Hanna Duncan, Jimmie Dupree, Sharon Edmondson, Shirley Edmond-
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Mickey Nappier, Ted Norman, Bob Phillips, Joan Shinn, Lanny Webster, Robert Rowl, Velma Crump,
Kenneth Whaley, Robbie Nell Nolen, Jimmy Ballard, John Mitchum, Carey Wallace, Annie Ruth Estes.
Polly Mizzell, Jyles Machen, Jimmie Sue Childress, Sylvia Cleghorn, Nell Fowler, Addie King, Patty
Maness, Dorothy Rowl, 'Betty Blanchard, Mary Blanchard, Betty Lipschitz, Clarence Brooks, Donald Brown,
David Burch, Stewart Burkhalter, Billy Cannon, Donald Coleman, Larry Culp, Arnold Duncan, Joe Gilli-
land, Alton Heacock, Elton Hickman, Larry Lee, James Looney, Mack Mayfield, Bucky McDaniel, Jimmy
Milam, Bobby Nlitchem, Luther Parnell, Charles Rowe, Hugh Steverson, Billy Ray Talton, Wayne Treace,
Donald White, Buford Williamson, Jimmy Wood, Parker White, John Mitchum, Buddy Bazemore, Joe
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Herbet Isbell, Bobby Jones, Brantley Motes, Newton Ogle, Bobby Oliver, Billy Prickett, Charles Prickett,
Jack Riley, Jerry Saxon, Gary Smith, Eugene Watson, Billy White, Sallie Bush, Elaine Caldwell, Joyce
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The Sylacauga High Band ot I949-50 was made up of 95 people including eight maiorettes. This is
the largest band we ever had. Although twenty ot the members were new, the band found itself after
about three football games and developed into one of our best marching bands. A trip to Mobile was
our high light of the football season and was enioyed very much. The bancl went to Columbiana and
Talladega with the team.
We would like to take this opportunity to recognize the talents at our very able bandmaster,
Lewis Sirnpkins, who has made the band what it is.
Cornets: Charles Ogletree, Gene Boykin, Bob Phillips, Howell Hagan, Catherine Broo ks, Buddy
Simpkins, Sara Jean Stewart, Clifford Ausborn, Doris Jean Gentry, Jimmy Williams, Charles Farr, Tresa
Edmonson, Lee Plexico.
Clarinets: Paul Whitehurst, J. Robinson, Jill Parker, Annie Ruth Estes, Billy Shelton, Beth Cooper,
Betty Davis, Marie Harris, Elizabeth Conville, Quentella Woodham,'Gail Brown, Clara White, Sara Rob-
erson, Gene McDowell, Delores Williams, Elaine Caldwell, Wallace Schuessler.
Flutes: Billie Mizzell, Walter Rozelle,
Baritones: Jimmy Thurman, Virgil Smith, Benny McDougal.
Alto Saxophone: Sara Simpkins, Jyles Matchen, Ida Gray Pruett, .loan Shinn, Nita Looney, Edwina
Rowe, Owen Stephens, Patricia Turner, Margaret Owings.
Tenor Saxophone: Mary Ann Smelley, Carolyn Rush.
Baritone Saxophone: Bobby Edmonson.
Alto Horns: Sara Mims, Annie Lou Jones, Annette LaPier, Polly Mizzell, Eugenia Smith, Betty Mc-
Cary, Joyce McDougal.
Trombones: Rex Riggins, Wymolene Cattle, Bobbie Darby, Byron Rozelle, Frank Tinney, Walter High-
tower, Clark Daniels, Cary Wallace, V. J. Estes.
Drums: Dale Hughes, Ann Simmons, Ann Culpepper, Maryon DuPree, Vera Thrasher, Donald Hohl,
Sara Craven, Betty Murphy, Betty Mizzell,
Bass Horns: Jerry Bowen, Roy Dale, Lanny Webster, Jimmy Craven.
Bells: Martha Tate, Betty Gortney, Irish Walls.
MILLER WIDEMIRE .
BETTY JOYCE BOLTON
Mary Nita McCattrey
Mary Helen Tate
Mary Aline Foshee
Clara Lee Hammett
Bobbie Jane Warren
Betty Jo Walker
. . , President
. . Secretary
. . . . Reporter
Mary Aline Foshee
Martha Nan Adair
JUNE VVHEELER , , . . . .,.. . , President
DONALD MERKEL . . . Vice-President
CAROLYN RUSH . . . Secretary
ELIZABETH MCCAFFREY , , Treasurer
First Row: Neita Hornbeck, Jerry Taylor, Mary Aline Foshee, June Wheeler, Carolyn Rush, Robbie
Warren, Elizabeth McCaffrey, Freda Fallman, Clara Lee Hammet, Frieda Malwitz . . . Second Row:
Betty Lois McCaa, Bettye Culp, Margaret Ann Smith, Lillian Parker, Joy Caudle, Nona Gardner, Martha
King, Ruby Fields, Linda Sue Machen, Carolyn Janes, Willis Hyde, Ann Rogers, Betty Mates . . . Third
Row: Sara Jean Stuart, Bobbie Darby, Jill Gardener, Betty Bolton, Milton Hurston, Herman Gilmore,
Dwight Owens, .lim Rozelle, Tommy Tate, Pat Newby, Miller Widemire, Billy Spivey, Bob Ca rlisle,
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BILLY OAKS . ......... . . . President
DONNA WALLEY . . . Vice-President
BETTY MOTES . . Secretary-Treasurer
MR. PORCH . . . . Sponsor
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Mary Eiizabeih Looney
MARTHA KING .
BETTY McCAA , .
NONA GARDNER .
CLARA LEE HAMMET
GLORIA GABLE . .
Mary Helen Tate
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Mary Louise Greer
Jo Parker McNeill
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FRANCINE MCELVEY . . . , . . President
NEITA HORNBECK . . Vice-President
JUNE WHEELER . . . Secretary
GEORGE MCWILLIAMS . . Treasurer
Margaret Anne Smith
Billy Wayne Oaks
YLACAUGA HI-LIGHT STAFF
ELIZABETH McCAFFREY . . . , . . , .
MILLER WIDEMIRE . ,
MRS. THOMASON .
ROBBIE WARREN ,
JERRY TAYLOR .....
JOYE ADCOCK ,..., . , .
PAT NEWBY, DONALD MERKEL .,,,..
JIM ROZELLE, MARY FOSHEE, NEITA HORNBECK,
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BETTY BOLTON, FRANCINE MCELVEY, JO ANN AUSBORN,
CAROLYN RUSH, BOBBIE DARBY, BARBARA OGLETREE .
WALTER HIGHTOWER, CAROLYN MAULDIN, NELL BURKS,
ELAINE CALDWELL, POLIY MIZZELL, PATSY WALKER,
DONALD WHITE, BETTY FLOWERS GROSS,
ETHELDA PARKER, CAROL OGLE . . .
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MRS. R. L, THOMASON I . . . ,
BILLY SMITH ....
JILL OARDENER .,..
DONALD MERKEL, JEP OREER .,..,
BILLY OAKS, JUNE WHEELER, TOMMY TATE,
FRANCINE MCELVEY, ROBBIE JANE WARREN .
JOYE ADCOCK, MABLE LEE ,,..
CAROLYN RUSH, FREDA FALLMAN,
JERRY TAYLOR, BETTY NOTES ..,...
B THOMPSON, CHARLES EVANS, HERMAN GILMORE .
NEITA HORNBECK, BILL SPIVEY, JIM ROZELLE . .
BOBBIE DARBY, JO ANN AUSBORN, BETTY BOLTON . .
WILLIAM MORRIS, WALTER ROZELLE, MARY ALINE FOSHEE,
ANN ROGERS, PAT NEWBY, TOMMY TATE ......
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ROBBIE WARREN ,....,........ . . President
HERMAN GILMORE . . . Vice-Presidenf
FRANCINE MCELVEY .......,.... Secreiory-Treasurer
Seated: Robbie Warren, Patsy Walker, Pam McElwee, Neifa Hornbeck, Carolyn Rush,
Carolyn Jones, June Wheeler, Francine McElvey, Elizabeth McCaffrey, Virginia Rozelle,
Mary Olive Gamel . . . Standing: Billy Ooks, Billy Smith, Herman Gilmore, Billy Spivey,
Jock Remson, Nelson Smithson, Johnny Foy.
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JUNE WHEELER . , . Vice-President
JERRY TAYLOR . . , Secretary
NEITA HORNBECK . . Treasurer
JILL GARDNER ..... . Reporter
Jo Parker McNeil
Clare Lee Hammett
Mary Niia McCaffrey
Peggy Ann McGuire
Linda Sue Machen
Frieda Jo Malwifz
Laurie Jean Ray
Sara Jean Stuart
Charlie Bob Thomason
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Billy Smith, Kenneth Williams , . , Second Row: Charles Hohl, Billy Jackson, Kennarcl
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Dewitt Dodd . . . Third Row: Bobby Lackey, Jimmy Bannister, Dan Keel, David Hatchet,
Jimmy Hilyer, Dan Keel, Leonard Lightsey, Bobby Deloach, James Looney, David Spence,
Mickey Landers, Walter Lee, Johnny Langley, Altred Leppert, Bobby Morris, Melvin
Parker, James Cook, Don Hohl, James Bradley.
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Clanton .... .... 2 5 30
Childersburg . 4 .... 40 47
Jacksonville . . .... 24 36
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First Row: Jack Remson, James Bradley, David Spence, Bobby Lackey, Marian Lee
. . , Second Row: Billy Stanton, Gene Boykin, Dori Saunders, Bobby Morris, Willis Hyde,
Herbert Collins . . . Third Row: Coach Black, Kenneth Williams, Joe Caldwell, Bob
Carlisle, Jimmy Coleman, Milton Hurston, Virgil Heath, Donald Bulger, Coach Carlton.
First Row: David Spence, Bobby Morris, Herbert Collins, Kenneth Williams Jock
Remson . . . Second Row: Coach Black, James Bradley, Billy Stanton, Don Sadnders,
Marian Lee, Bobby Lackey.,
Jimmy Coleman Joe Coldwell Donald' Bulger
Milton Hursfon Willis Hyde Gene Boykin
Virgil Heath Bob Carlisle Bill Thompson
TATE TENNIS CHAMP
Cooch Block, Joe Coldwell, Kenneth Willioms, Johnny Longley, Chorle-5 Evans
Howell Hogon, Jomes Fowler, Sill Thompson iNot Picturedl.
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We, the members of the stoff, present this
1950 Syhiscon to the students ond foculty of
the Sylocougo High School. We hope thot
you will keep ond cherish this book, ond thot
in the yeors to come it will bring bock hoppy
memories of old friends, clossmotes, teochers,
orgonizotions, sports, ond voried experiences.
Jill Gardener - Billy Oaks
Mory Aline Foslwee
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
BEST ALL ROUND
Robbie Worren - Tommy Tofe
Foye Johnson - Edwin Bonnisfer
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1UN1oR SEN1oR BANQUET
Mrs. Looney's ond Mrs. Corlton's ingenious orrongernents ond decorations mode cz
delightful setting for the Junior-Senior Bonquet for the Clciss of 1950. The dance fol-
lowing the bonquet in which oll porticipoted odded to the ioy of this glod occasion.
The staff of the 1950 SYHISCAN appreciatively dedicofes ,
This annual to Mrs. Naomi P. Looney, who not only teaches ,
mathematics, algebra and geometry, but who also gives us V , -
thoughtful assistance and capable direction in all our under- W
Takings at S. H. .S. . dp
Syloco ugci Motel
60 ROOMS - 60 TILE BATHS
New - Modern - All Conveniences
Phone 38 For Re-servotions
MR. AND MRS. JOHN M. HIGHTOWER
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T H E F O R K S
COMPLETE DRIVE-IN SERVICE
Junction Highway ll cmd 241
After 0 Game of The Forks
SYLACAUGAS MOST POPULAR RENDEZVCUS
MEMBER OF E. 'T. D. A.
Cut Flowers, Florals, and Ornamental
Business Phone 83
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SALES AND SERVICE
USED CARS Bouom AND SQLD
C o m p a n y
ALL KINDS OF MARBLE
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
ALABAMA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
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"EVERYTHING IN CLOTHING"
Meats - Groceries - Frozen Foods
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Founded in 1897 by Governor B. B. Comer
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ALL RADIO EOUIPPED
Coreful ond Courteous Drivers
Phone 80 or 922
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Groceries - Meots - Feeds - Seeds
Dry Goods - Hordwcire
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Marble City Ice Sr Coal Co.
ELLIS R. BARFIELD, Mcmoger
"COLD ALONE' IS NOT ENOUGH"
THIRD STREET TELEPHONE I75
Shoes - Dry Goods - Clothing
General Insurance and Real Estate
Coker Insurance Agency
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Hagan Drug Co.
"MIDDLE or Town"
SHOP EASY FOOR STORE
MAU-DEE'S DRESS SHOP
BEAN'S SUPER MARKET
STONE'S RADIO SHOP
MODERN BEAUTY SALON
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MR. TRAVIS SHELTON
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PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
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