Tifton High School - Talisman Yearbook (Tifton, GA)
- Class of 1949
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Tifton High School
MICKEY AN D BILLY
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BILLY VVHLLS IWARTHANN
P1-eaen tn Tha fdition of th
Timm HIGH Scuool
M R. LASTINGER
'Qfnzl our school shall he jflled with music.
The 1948-49 edition of The Talis-
man is dedicated in appreciation and
recognition to Professor Len Lastin-
ger, who is known more affection-
ately to us all as 4'Uncle Len." His
work and patience with us, his kind-
ness and genial presence combine
the high notes and down beats of our
school life into smooth rhythm.
Uncle Len was born and reared at
Adel, attending the schools there.
He also attended North Georgia
College, Dahlonega, and Georgia
Teachers College, Statesboro. At
North Georgia he was captain of the
band and in 1936, under his leader-
ship, the band won honor company
for the Hrst time in 36 years. At
Dahlonega he was also cadet captain
and member of the Sigma Theta, Of-
ficers Club, Glee Club, and college
orchestra. At Statesboro he was a
member of the Iota Pi Nu, the band
Our distinguished band and glee
club director came to Tifton in l939
and was a member of the Tifton city
band as long as it existed. He organ-
ized the first Tifton High School
Band, which had only 15 members
and their uniforms consisted of
home-made capes of white satin
lined with blue. Since that first Blue
and White Band the membership has
increased to the present 95.
Uncle Len, through his talents and
direction, has brought much honor
to our school. In band Work, all of
his district ratings have been su-
perior and his state ratings have been
superior, excellent and good. He
has been elected to the chairmanship
of the Second District Music Asso-
ciation three times and served the
Tift County Teachers Association as
president. Each year he attends the
Georgia Music Clinics in Milledge-
His Blue and White Band receives
many invitations to play for out-of-
town colleges, schools and commu-
nity gatherings. In Albany his band
led one of that city's Christmas pa-
rades, received first prize of 3100 in
the American Legion contest there,
and paraded when Albany honored
the United States Navy Band. Last
year Director Lastinger's band
played for the University of Georgia
B team in Albany, and the Norman
junior-South Georgia football game
in Moultrie. This football season the
South Georgia College team invited
the Tifton High Band to play for
their game with VVest Georgia Col-
lege. Many out-of-town invitations
have been refused because of con-
Uncle Len's Work with the Tifton
High School Glee Club has been
outstanding. He has been full-time
director for only one year and the
club's district and state ratings were
the best the school has received in
glee club Work -in ten years.
In addition to his work with the
Tifton High School, Director Las-
tinger is a member of the National
Music Education Association, the'
Georgia lNIusic Education Associa-
tion, the Georgia Education Associa-
tion, Tifton Lions Club, the Masonic
order, and the First Methodist
All these things Uncle Len has
done well--so that We shall have
ett, johnson, jones,
Fletcher, Shaver, Co
KIICKIBIQRS: Bergh, Roberson, Spooner, Sellars, Freeman,
KI tcham, At
vis, Nlartln, Green
Elrod, Cox, K
Drexler, Newton, Drex
s Newton, NICC
and Pat Owe
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By Peggy Coleman 1
we're rlamung 'rrrlons Blue and
wlule oanrl as soulu cr-erulus lug
gesl and bvsl oarul unul some-one
proves us lhfrerenl The Blue and
whne put on o lure show l-'rulav
nxght ourmg lho game and helween
Prof l.rn Laslumer has 'lo mr-me
hers ur unrlomr ur lhe band lhrs
rear There aro 95 nu-moers of the
hanrl, molurlmg lhose who are luel
slarhng Lhls year lloweler. there
are not enough unrforms lo go
arounn and only 70 eorlo oe oun-
mleel As rl vas, some or lhe old
wlllll-' IYDUSPIS hid to bv: dyed blue
lo ouhl :ho vo
The lllue and whue hand sur-
pass.-ll l-verylhmr rl mor had done
rrulay nlghl Prof Ln-n sara he
Nas eolng In shout nu- nmks and
ho nulurul elul rr-om lhv rum- me
lllue rnrl whrlo mareheo on lhe
rrelrl, Lhrrnmh lhe "V" for Valdosta,
me 'nr-lls nl sl Mar, s' for me
1-.non sro.-llnes. ann lohoerl on
wllh llle nos: uruque llerlurruahee
rover rlreplny.-41 lly rl bavld un a grlrl-
rron, lm- mul- ann whlle was oer-
lell or cuurw, you wi-rc lhere aml
saw ll, bum the band really hu -r
new hrgh nllh '-Pul On Your Old.
Gray lamuu-l' uno --The old Gray,-
uerlene 'reylor And Jimmie Davis
wus nrrvm: Belreve you me, Uncle
Len and hrs musu- makers aw lu
lhe know how
Wm-vc elalmeel all season mam
lhe 'muon Blur' and wlule onnrl ls
me hrgeesl and llesl ur soulh Geore
uur Anrl rl rs me hluuesl eeause
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hnoekerl uw folks lor a loop wllh wwe iw 'Hall' QM :I-Llmllvlu from
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eelenralloh I-'rulay mghl The Blum- l U , muh A PS an me
'nel wlule hnurl hold sr-erel uraellee hmwald , md . '
sossrons las: week and sprang lhelr From Th., I,.ImMm Herald we
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5"fP"M 'O 'mf 'nf 0' 'C an 'lllmvl-ver, evervoho ls luolrmg lore
memovrs all eluppeo m and ooughl War, M Turku DH when me
Drrerlur Lvn a new sull for hrs ,' ,, X ,f' ,,
bmhday mx also mmm 3 muh' rrrrsrslo rl. rorr. null. the rmmol
.lar cake, elgarolle huhlr-r. and ln-
All of vlueh were surprlees fur me
Thu Blue anrl whlle hand ner,
rurrneo the he-sl mu'x'c ever seen
nu-m l-'rulav mghl. vvlueh we pre,
sume was rn honor of :heir alreelor
Amer the Ho' for Orilla and lhl-
-'T' for Trnun, lhey or-nl mlo our
ravorlle numoer. --The snrawhr-rrg,'
Blondxf' Thul our Blur and wlule
llrand, movmg all ln perleel nallz
llme, lusl rlues somelhlng to us
Whon lhe honu was supposed lo go
off tho helrl, Prof Lon gon hrs sur-
rrrrse, aw the haha weol uno --our
Drreelor' and former: lhc Ml." altar
whleh thu,-y sang -'Happy Birth-
day" ln e Len, and presehzed
hrs gms V
We moughl lhe lllue ann whne
anrl harl-hil lop nutrh performance.
hum I-'rulay nlghl llwy were even
ner than nhl- Blue anel whnrfs
l perfeellon 'rhlrr preelslon rnerehe
mg wasvwonrlerlul lo sec anrl lhose
lruls wvrv knoekme 'em on at au
lan eouhl, whu-h rs sumelhmg Each
game we lhluk llu-vw-e Int me lou
aml num- fnulll rlu bcttvr, and meu
nur, lu-nl us over vvrlh another
. supvrb pl-rlormunoe That snake
llanee we llke, lnue Lmle Annu-
llooney m lhe lurmy papers that
lllue :md whlle band lusl makes
us ll-ol goorl ansnle all over" We're
.ull sue.-l on --The slrawoerry
lslonrll-", hun ohylhiu that oanrl
rlues rs oleuv wllh us
Alahamas lllllhoh rllar Banrl
Vh llllllk all ol tlw Inns worl-
nhle ooleel Thu good erueens of
'rlrlon woll floek to Bun Hlll eoun-
ty lure he-es lu lrouo, anol every-
one uf lhom has that gloom ol ree
lvuge ln nu-lr eyv ll-le am'l klrl-
llmu, hrolherl we believe every
our-urlahee re-cord wrll fall "
lr Illllrllratlnn fm' lhl- chem
learlr-lsoI'r l-l s gryrgggigfgy-
-mlzminrfeix' fan Ynrejgqys whg
- ason elggjmlg h'-
whne cheerleaders surposinv col'
lege r- rel-rlr?eHlilivharl seen
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gheerleaders who ar- go ng sugll
a swell lob are Joyce vvlzuldon
ce whmm ton An el n Hol-
es Franzlc Baker Boonsle Kem
arnllle colqum, Jan Marhn. Leu-
n owen elk' Gan en
and Betbf Jean Davl son, '
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far as ourrrls are eoneErrrerl uul u
'Tlhonrle Jvhu saw the hlg 'Berne
hnnrl salIlT6Ei.' 0-Q15 Ejblfiii
'TT .u.,'l,2Tu-r orjn cr lhao our
nlur- and whrle oanrl e quesuone
eo' :hrs hand Yann-'l-c osely aooul lhe
Bama hand to see how ll stacked
up wrlh me Blue and whrle enol
we found lhal the 'Bahru hand has
lhc Siilllc IBSI pr9L'l5l0n Slcp ai Ihr:
Blue and Whllre and also his Lhaf'
wagon number. wrlll whloh they
may -oh susahnahu Fefsonnlly,
ne vvoulelnl swap the Blue and
wlule for lhe 'Bama haml. even
ul the 'reoh drum corps lhrown
The Amerurus sports wrner paid
us respeels to our hahrl by say-
mg, '-You have a ondvrful bonu
,xll o nuh vvhreh we thoroughly
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Left to right: june Ross, Uoris Blalock, Klnric Pogue, Dorothy Bruce, Helen Conger, Betty Jean
Clyatt, Sylvia Crum, Robin Baker, Sylvia Tucker.
'JIMMIE ROSE COOKSEY
The 'band lost a valnable major-
ette in the untimely going of Jim-
mie Rose last summer. She was a
happy, hard-working member, al-
ways ready to do her part.
Her parents are Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Cooksey, and her sisters and
brothers are Mrs. T. B. Moore,
Mrs. Emory NIacMil1ian, Miss
Ruth Cooksey, Leon and Alvin
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TIFTUN BUARD UF ED CATIUN
MR ROSS PITTMAN
DR R. K. WINSTON
MR. E. U. HOLDILR
MR. JOHN SIMS
MR. J. P. SHORT
MR. W. G. WINDHAM
Mr. Bailey CSuperintendentJ Mr. lVIcAllister CPrincipalD
Mrs. Mitchel Qlfnglishj
Mrs. Collins fHome Economics
Mrs. Vitange CCommercialJ
' Mr. Turechek CSocial Science, Mathematicsj
Mr. Sheppard CScience and Mathematicsl
Miss Gibbs CMathematicsJ
Mrs. Lindskog CHome Economicsj
Mr. Lastinger fBand and Glee Club,
Mrs. Underwood CBiologyl
Miss Neal CSocial Sciencel
Miss McKneely CCommercialj
Miss Pullen CMathematicsD
Coach Tucker fBiology, Athleticsj
Miss Spurlin Cflnglish, Spanishj
Miss Foreman fLibrarianJ
Coach Davis CAthletics, Social Sciencej
Miss Short CSecretaryj
Mr. Reid fMusicl
Mr. Peele fAgricultureD
Miss Lee fMusicl - no picture
Miss Pitts Clinglishj no picture
Mrs. Neas CSocial Sciencej no picture
Mrs. Ivey CEnglish and Latinj no picture
Miichell Collins Vitcmqe
Davis Short Reid Peele
McKneely Pullen Tucker
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Karen lVIcAllister, Jerry Shipman, Lanny
Lastinger, Vickie Bryan.
"fl happy eomrade and full of laughter."
"Sober, hut not seriousg quiet but not idle.
Glee Club '46-'47 5 Singing Club '48-'49,
Slownesx denotes earefulness of thought."
Student Council '47-'48
"A womanfv erowning glory isjher hair."
Beta Club '46-'47-'48-'4-95 F.H.A. '45-'463 Singing
"One ofthe strutting twirlersf'
Glee Club '46-'47-'48-'49g Band '46-'47-'4-85 Major-
ette '48-'49g Tri-Hy-Y '46-'47-'48g Red Cross
Council '46-'47g Latin Club '46-'47g F.H.A.
'46-'47 5 Allied Youth '47-'4-85 Pioneer Staff '47-'48g
Sponsor Key Club '4-73483 Treasurer Junior Class
J. C. BANISTER
"None he found too lofty, none he saw too low."
"He's a jolly good fellow."
Transferred from Brookfieldg 4-H Club '46-'47.
"By work one knows the workman."
Band '45-'46-'47-'48-'-499 Latin Club '46-'47-'48g
"il graeious manner and a mind 'well sloredf
4-H President '46-'47g Glee Club '46-'47-'48-'-19:
Allied Youth ,48-'-193 Latin Club '47-'48-'49,
LAURA ANN BOWEN
"il good disposition is more 'valuable than gold."
Dramatic Club '46-'47-'-483 Tri-Hi-Y '46-'47-'48
'-193 Red Cross Representative '46-'-173 Football
Sponsor '47-'48g Glee Club ,473-18-'49g Cheerleader
AN N BRAN CH
"Quiet, buf sineere, and always full of cheer."
4-H Club '45-'46-'47-'-1-83 Reporter '46-'-175 Tri-
"Good nature and good sense must efuer join."
4-H Club '-I-6-'47-'48-'-P95 Allied Youth '47-'48-'49,
EMMA JEAN BREWER
"ller lzzlffpj' disposition, her pleasant smile, lIIl7'F ic on
her friends for many a mile."
F.H.A. '46-'-173 4-H Club '46-'4-75 Allied Youth
'47-'48-'49g Tri-Hi-Y '47-'48-l49g Singing Club
'48-'-I-93 Talisman Staff '48-'4-9.
"Unique in size and spirit."
Gophers' Club '45-'-163 Cap Club '45-'-465 Honorary
Devils' Club '45-'-463 4-H Club '45-,465 Dramatic
Club '45-'46g Basketball '47-,48-,495 Latin Club
l-P7-,485 Tri-Hi-Y '47-'48-'49g T Club ,47-,48-,495
Photographers' Club l-183493 Student Council Secre-
tary '-183495 Majorette '48-'49,
"J merry heart goes all the day."
Basketball '46-'47-'-I-85 Glee Club '46-'47-'48-'-+95
Allied Youth '48-49.
"fllways 'willing to do lzer part.
4-H Club '-P53465 Basketball l-P53463 Glee Club
"Not too serious, not too gay,
But Il jolly good fellow when it comes to play."
Glee Club '48-'49g T Club '47-'48-'4-95 Singing
Club '48-'4-95 Hi-Y '47-'48-'49 fPresident '48-'49J 5
Basketball ,46-'47-'48-'49g Baseball '47-'48-'4-95 Al-
lied Youth '48-'49g Dramatic Club '47-'4-83 Photo
Club '48-'4-93 Track '48-'49g Student Council
Her zfoire was ever soft, gentle and low, an exrel-
lent thing in woman."
4-H Club '46-'47 9 F.H.A. '46-'-17.
"He is good enough who is his own master."
"Let my deep silence speak for me.
F.F.A. ,47-'48-'49g 4-H Club '46-'47-'4-83 Boys'
Vice-President '47-,483 Basketball '46-'47,
"Life is too short to worry."
4-H Club '46-'47-'48-,495 Reporter and Songleader
l46-'47g Program Chairman '47-'-185 T Club '47-
BETTY JEAN CLYATT
"l'lenlthy, happy, the best of sports,
You'll seldom see her out of sorts."
Basketball ,46-'47g Talisman Staff '47-'48g Allied
Youth '4-73483 Singing Club '47-'48g Majorette
Full of wil and full of fun,
ln lore with everyone."
"If all the follzs were as happy as he, what a wonder-
ful place this world would he."
"Truth is written on his face."
4-H Club '46-'47-'48-'49.
"For my hear! is true as steel."
"Ready for anything and efverytlzingf'
Hi-Y '46-'47-'48-'49g Vice-President '48-'4-95 Foot-
ball '46-'4-75 Manager '47-'48-'49g Baseball '-185
Talisman Staff '48-'49g Allied Youth '48-'49g T
Club '47-'48-'49g Basketball '48-'4-9.
"Kindness is wisdom."
Swing lnn Canteen '44-'45g F.H.A. '46-'4-75
Dramatic Club '46-'4-73 Talixmann Staff ,46-'4-75
Biology Club '46-'47g Tri-Hi-Y '47-'48-'4-95 Sec-
retary '48-'49g F.S.A. '48-'4-9.
"One who doewft wasie her energy."
JANIE RUTH COOK
"She is a girl of principles."
4-H Club '46-'47-'48-'49g Allied Youth '46-'47-'48-
'-495 Singing Club '48-'49.
"Has flfllfl-l07.'l?1g way."
T Club '46-'47-'48-'49g Football Manager '46-'47-
'48-'49g Student Council '47-'48g President '47-'48g
Singing Club '48-'49,
"She fan when she will."
Singing Club '48-'4-9.
"1-Ier personality is as radiant as her exfrressionf'
F.I-I.A. '46-'47g Tri-Hi-Y '46-'47-'48-'49 fVice-
President '-1-73483 g Beta Club '46-'47-'48-'49
CTreasurer '48-'49Jg Latin Club '46-'47 fTreas-
urer '46-'47D 5 Allied Youth '46-'47g Dramatic Club
'46-'47-,48-,49 CPresident '48-'49Jg Glee Club '48-
'493 Student Council '48-'49 CVice-Presidentl 3
BETTY JEAN CROIVIER
"I may not win, but I'II do my best."
Basketball '47-'48-,493 T Club '47-'48-'4-93 F.S.A.
"Spur of the moment gal."
Chula Glee Club '46-'47g Basketball '46-'47g Tif-
ton Basketball '47-'48-'49g F.H.A. '47-'48-'49g
T Club '47-'48-,49g Allied Youth '48-'4-9.
BARBARA ANN DANFORTH
"She has an easy-going way."
Talisman Staff '-1-95 F.I'I.A. '49g Glee Club '-49.
"PoIiteness is the one quality ofver all others, neces-
sary to make a gentleman."
Band '47-,48-,493 Key Club '47-'48-'49 COHicer
'48-'49jg Allied Youth '4-73483 Student Council
'47-'48-'49g Latin Club '48-'49g Photo Club '48-'49,
"The gentle roxebud opening fair."
"Sinrere and likable."
Band '45-'46-'47-'48-'-P95 Glee Club '48-'49g
Dramatic Club '48-'49g Key Club '47-'48-'49
fTreasurer '48-'4-913 Pioneer Staff '48-'49g Latin
"A friend in need is a friend indeed."
Mad Scientists' Club '46-'47g T Club '47-'48-'49.
JOHN C. EDMONSON, JR.
"You're young only once.
Football '46-'47-'48-'49g T Club ,47-'48-'49g Hi-Y
'46-'47-'48-'4-95 Basketball '47-'48-'49y Student
Council '47-'48-'4-93 Treasurer '48-'49g Allied
Youth '48-'-493 Singing Club '48-'49g Key Club
'47-'48-'49g Secretary Senior Class '48-'49g Secre-
tary and Treasurer Sophomore Class '46-'47g Biol-
ogy Club '46-'47g Beauty Revue Escort '47-'4-85
Red Cross '46-'47-'48.
"A pretty girl is like a melody."
T Club '47-'48-'49g F.S.A. '48-'49g Basketball '47-
'48-'49g Singing Club '48-'4-9.
"Nothing but blue skies."
F.H.A. '46-'47g Biology Club '46-'4-75 4-H Club
'46-'473 Singing Club '48-'49g Allied Youth '48-'4-9.
"The cat has his tongue.
"May your days be merry."
F.F.A. '45-'46g Football '45-'46-'48-'49g Allied
"They are truly great who are truly good."
4-H Club '46-'47.
"And the band played mtl"
F.H.A. '46-'47-'48-'49g Reporter '46-'47g Band '46-
'47-'48-'49g Allied Youth '46-'47-'48-'49g Dramatic
Club '46-'47g Talisman Staff '48-'49,
"Talking is his pleasure."
F.F.A. '46-'47g Band '46-'47-'48-'49g T Club '47-
'48-'49g Singing Club '48-'49.
"The but of lIl'1l1l'l'A' ix 11111111 1'l11'1'1'."
"111'11'11j'.v look 1111 1l11' 111111111 .vi1l1f."
-l-H Club '47-'-l8g F.Il.A. '48-,493 Glen' Club '48-
l-lqg Latin Club '48-'-l9.
HSIIF 1'1'1'11 11'11.'11'1f.v 101111 l11'1'.vl1111f1171'."
F.H.A. Y-l6-l-l7-y-lf?-'-Wg Drzunatic Club '-l-7-'-l-85 Bas-
ketball '46-'-l7-'48-495 Allied Youtb '47-'48-'-lqg
Singing Club '-l-8-'49,
A BOBBY GRICICNIC
'Alf fworry were the 1111151 of 11111111 111' 1111111111 lim?
F.F.A. '45-l-lb-l-l7-'-P83 Secretary '-lf-l--'-l-5g Football
'46-V47-,485 Baseball '46-'47-'-l8g Red Cross '-l-6-47.
HLIIIIQII 111111 1116 '11'orl1lf11111fl1sz1'i1l1 y1111."
-l-H Club '-l-7-l-l-S-'-l-95 'Fri-Hi-Y 7-l-7-y-ls: Glu' Club
'-lg-l-l'9g ylllliflllllil Stall l-l'8-'-W3 l".H.A. l-lS-'-49.
lVllLLllf B. GRlFFlN
"To llllffxl' nr Ycmrry fx 11111 my 1'1'1'1:1f.U
H1111 1111111 Il 11111117 11x .Yllllllll 11x 11 LPN."
Basketball l-16-'47-'48-'49g Baseball '47-'48-'49
Football '-l-7-,483 Allied Youtli l-l8-'-l'9.
CLARA MAIQ HALL
"Tu 1111111 Il fr11'111l ix 111 111' Il fl'il'Il1l,.U
"Co11rfit :nay fill? Il woman up,
lint nfwr prop her up."
Dramatic Club '46-'47g F.H.A. '46-'47g Tri-Hi-Y
'47-'48-'-I-9g Latin Club '48-'-495 Singing Club '48-
l49g Annual Staff '47-,48-,493 Allied Youth '48-l49.
"Do not tell lies or you will get fought in a well."
Hi-Y '46-'47-'48-,495 T Club '47-'48-'49g Glee
Club '48-'49g Basketball '46-'47-'48-,495 Track '47-
'4S-'49g Singing Club '48-'4-95 Allied Youth '48-'49g
Photo Club '48-'49g Baseball '47-'48-'49g Football-
TH OMAS HAN D
"Speak flqflj' or be silent wisely."
"Always look on the bright side."
Band '46-'47-'48-,495 Allied Youth l47-Y-48-,493
Photo Club '48-'-49.
"-'VI11kf new friends and keep your old ones."
Band '43-'44-'45-,46-'47-'48-'49g Glee Club '48-'49'
Basketball '46-l47-,48-449 5 Allied Youth '47-l48-,492
7l!1llX1lllIII Staff l46-l47-l-48-'49g Pioneer Staff '48-
'49g Dramatic Club '46f47-'48-'-49.
JOYCE H EATH
Ufjllffllbll' of doing almost anything."
F.H.A. '46-'47g Basketball '47-'48g Student Coun-
"She is full of goof! meanings and wisl1ing.t."
Basketball '46-'47-'48-'49g T Club '47-'48-'49g Glee
"He has Il mind of his own."
F.F.A. 446-'47-'48g Dramatic Club '47-'48.
"lfVords without artions are the assassins of ideal-
Dramatic Club '46-'47g G.A.A. '-1-63473 Transfer
from North Carolina.
"Quiet, reserved, and a perfeet lady."
4--H Club '46-'47-'48 5 F.H.A. '46-'47.
"lVe'ver, ne-ver too old to learn."
F.F.A. '47-'48-'493 Football '47-'48-'49.
"lf freckles were pennies, he'd be rich.
Student Council '47-'48-'49, T Club '47-'48-'493
Singing Club '48-'4-95 Basketball '48-'49g Track
LILA LEE HUDGINS
ulllerit is more worthy than fame."
Biology Club '46-'4-75 F.H.A. '46-'47-'48-'49,
F.S.A. '48-'49g Allied Youth '47-'48-'49g Singing
"Deep waters newer murmur, but hold their treasure
F.H.A. '47-'48-'49g Biology Club '48-'49g Allied
Youth '47-'48-'49g Pioneer Staff '48-'49g Talisman
PAU LINE JOLLEY
"Hang sorrow! Care will hill the rat, and there-
fore let's be merry."
4-H Club '46-'47-'48-'49g Singing Club '48-'-495
Allied Youth '47-'48-'49g Talisman Staff '48-'49.
"Good things come in little pafkagesf'
"She finds happiness in every situation."
4-H Club '47-'48g Allied Youth '48-'49.
"A friendly, fair playing athlete."
Football '47-'48g Track '47-'4-83 Basketball '-483
T Club '47-'-1-83 Hi-Y '48.
"She smiled upon many just for fun,
but we knew there was only one."
Dramatic Club '46-'47-'48g F.H.A. '46-'47-485 Al-
lied Youth '46-'47-'48-'49g F.S.A. '48-'49g Singing
Club '48-'-1-93 Student Council '47-'4S.
"For he that onre is good, is e'z'er great."
ROBBIE MAE LOCKHART
Nhffork is victory."
Talisman Staff '48-'4-93 4-H Club '45-'46-'47-,'l'8j
Basketball '46-'47-'49g Singing Club '48-'49,
"Don't put off until tomorrow what you ran do
Hi-Y '47-,485 Glee Club '47-'48-'-493 Band '46-
'47-'48-'49g Pioneer '48-'-l-9.
"Good words are worth 7II1H'h.U
4-H Club '44-'45-'46-'47-'4Sg F.H.A. '48-'4-93
F.S.A. '48-'49g Basketball '44-'45-'46-'47g Glee
Club '45-'46-'47g Singing Club '48-'49,
"lt is good to lengthen to the last a sunny mood."
Talisman Staff '46-'47-'48g Pioneer Staff '46-'-17:
F.H.A. '46-'473 Allied Youth '46-'473 Glee Club
'45-'46-'47-'48-'49g Beta Club '46-'47g Dramatic
Club '46-'47-'48-'-495 Tri-Hi-Y '46-'47-'48-'49g
President '48-'49g Cheerleader '48-'495 Student
Council '48-'493 T Club '48-'49,
W. L. MARTIN
"Give the world the best you have and the best
will rome bark to you."
Key Club '47-'485 F.F.A. '48-'49! F.H.A. '48-'49,
"Kindness is wisdom."
,llways relurn good for evil.
"Nothing fan seem foul to those who win."
4-H Club '47-'48g Football '48-'-193 F.F.A. '47-
"Power to its last particle is duly."
Band '46-'47-V1-8-,493 Glee Club '47-'48-'49g Allied
Youth '46-'-1-73 Hi-Y '47-483493 Latin Club '47-
'4S-'49g Dramatic Club '47-'48-'49g Red Cross '46-
,47 g Talisman '-I-6-'47-'48-'4-9g Biology Club '46-'47.
"Do the lzest of whatever it may he."
"Live and. be merry."
4-H Club '44-'45-,463 Basketball '44-,45-'46.
THEDA JANE IVICIWILLAN
"Hitclz your wagon to a star."
Basketball I46-'47-'48-'-1-99 4-H Club '-l-6-'-l-7-'-l-8-
'-495 Allied Youth '48-'49g Pioneer Staff '48-'-I-95
Student Council '48-'49.
TH ELMA MILLS
"It'stl1elit1lelhings that eountf'
F.H.A. '47-,483 Tri-Hi-Y '47-485 Talisman Stall
'48-'-193 Glee Club '48-'-1-9.
"l'irtue is indeed its own reward.
"A smile is lhe whisper of a laugh."
Football '45--1-6-'47-'4-85 Co-captain '48-'49g T Club
'47-'48-'49g Latin Club '46-'47-'48g Key Club '47-
'48-'49g President '47-'48-'49g Hi-Y '46-'47-'48-,493
Allied Youth '46-'47g Student Council '47-'48-'4-9g
Glee Club '47-'48-'49g Dramatic Club '48-'-1-93 Sec-
retary '48-'-195 Pioneer Staff Sports Editor '4-73485
Talisman '48-'49g Red Cross '46-'47g Biology Club
'46-'47g Beauty Revue Escort '47-'4-8.
"Her 'Uoire is ever soft."
Basketball, Sumner, '45-'-1-65 Basketball, Tifton,
MARTHAN N NEWTON
"The modesty is a eandle to thy merit."
Talisman Staff '46-'47-483493 Artist l-I-6-'47-'48
'-193 Assistant Editor '47-'48g Tri-Hi-Y '46-'47-'48
'493 Allied Youth '46-'-475 Pioneer Staff '46-'47g
Band and Glee Club manager ,48-'49g Arts and
Crafts '4-83493 F.H.A. '46-'-173 Glee Club '45-'-1-63
Football Sponsor '-473483 Dramatic Club '46-'47,
"rl laugh, a smile, a cheery word."
Tri-Hi-Y '46-'47-'48-'49g Photo Club '48-'-+95
Band '46-'47-'48-'49g Allied Youth '46-'-179 F.H.A.
'46-'-475 Talisman Staff '47-'48-'-49.
"Live and he 7l1Pl'I"1'.U
Gophers' Club '45-,469 4-H Club '45-'46-'47-'-P89
F.S.A. '48-'49g F.H.A. I-I5-'46,
"lVhen shall we look upon her like again?"
Dramatic Club '46-'4-73 F.H.A. '46-'-473 Allied
Youth '48-'49g Basketball '47-'48-'49g Glee Club
'48-'-P95 Singing Club '48-'49g Tri-Hi-Y '48-'49g
7lllliSlIIlIIl Staff '47-'48-i-lg.
Hlntelleel is brain fone."
NIAXIN E O'QUlN N
"Silenre is one art of l'0Il'l'FI'SIIfi0ll.U
4-H Club '46-'47-'48-'49g F.H.A. '46-'4-73 F.S.A.
'48-'-P93 Allied Youth '48-'4-93 Singing Club '48-'49,
"lf all Ihe girls in all the 'world were just as nne
Tri-Hi-Y '46-47-'48-'49 CTreasurer '47-'48Jg Beta
Club '46-'47-'48-'49 CVice-President '48-'-495 5
Dramatic Club '46-'47-'48-'49 CVice-President '48-
'-l9J 3 Student Council '47-'48-'49g Pioneer '46-'473
Talisman '47348-'49g Latin Club '46-'47g Band '48-
'-l-9g F.H.A. '46-'47.
ilcllllfllffff is a rliamond that srratrlzes efeery other
Key Club Y47-'48-'49g Football '47-'48-'-195 Student
Council '48-'-P95 T Club '48-'49g President Senior
"fll'ways iook on the bright side."
4-H Club '46-'-179 Basketball i4-6-'4-7.
PATSY RUTH PATTON
"Nothing suereerls like success."
Band '46-'47-'48-'-195 F.H.A. '46-'47g Latin Club
'46-'47g 4-H Club '46-'47g Basketball '46-'47g
Allied Youth '47-'48g Glee Club '48-'49.
'illfisdom is lo the mind what health is to the body."
Talisman Staff '47-'48-,493 Student Council '47-'48-
'-193 Beta Club '47-'48-'-193 T Club '47-'48-'49
CVice-President '48-'-4915 Basketball '47-'48-'49g
F.S.A. fPresidentJ '48-'-195 Treasurer of Senior
Class '48-'49g Singing Club '48-'49,
S, ff -A
"I am sick of time and desire to rest."
4-H Club '45-'46g F.F.A. '46-'47-'48-'49g Secre-
"H laugh, a smile, a cheery word.
Allied Youth '47-'48g Hi-Y '47-'48-'49g Dramatic
Club '47-'48-'4-95 Basketball '48-'49,
"A pleasant companion for all."
4-H Club '45-'46g President '4-65 Basketball, Tifton,
"Uh, why should life all labor be?"
"Let the other fellow worry."
F.F.A. '47-'48-'49g Football '46-'47-'48,
BETTY SUE ROOKS
"The surest 'way not to fail is to determine to
Band '46-'47-'48-'49g Beta Club '46-'47g F.H.A.
'46-'47g Tri-Hi-Y '47-'48-'49g Allied Youth '46-
'47-'48-'493 F.S.A. '48-'49g Talisman Staff '48-'49g
Dramatic Club '46-'47g Red Cross '46-'47.
"Good natured and dependable."
Allied Youth '47g Football '47-'4-85 T Club '48-'4-95
Student Council '48-'493 Singing Club '48-'49g
"Don't worryj it makes deep wrinkles."
"She he1'.velfsee111e1l 111r11le for 111e1'1'i111e111'."
Beta Club '46-'-173 Tri-Hi-Y '47-'48-'-199 Dramatic
Club '46-'47 3 F.H.A. '46-'-1-73 Allied Youth '48-'-1195
Latin Club '47-'48-'-1-9 Clreasurer '47-'-1-SJ g Bas-
ketball '47-'48-'49g Glee Club '48-'-19g Singing Club
'-I-33493 Football Sponsor '46-'475 Yillllylllllll Staff
"Good looking, good 1111lz11'e1l, 111111 ll goozl f1'ie111l Io
Hi-Y '46-'-F73-l-8-bl-93 'li Club '46-'47-y-48-,499 Al-
lied Youth '48-'49.
"The great art of ler1r11i11g is lo u111le1'tr1ke hu! little
at a time."
T Club '47-48-'40 KSCCTCIHTY ,48-'49Dg T11lix111a11
'46-'47-'48-'-195 Football '46-'47-'48-,495 Allied
Hfllways willing lo zlo his part."
F.F.A. '46-'47-'48-'49g 4-H Club '-l6.
Nfler Wolfe is ever soft."
F.H.A. '46-'47348-'49g 4-H Club '46-'47-'48g Al-
lied Youth '47-'-18.
"1 man goorl mul true."
Allied Youth l46-,47-'48-,495 Talis1111111 Staff ,48-
'-i-9g Biology Club '-16347.
NELLIE VVAYNE VSKINNER
Hyilllllyi' 1lo11't furn up in lhe world until somehozly
1111-115 them up."
I".H.A. '46-'47-,483-l9: 4-H Club l-I-63475 Allied
"J 111e1'1'y lzenrt goes rlll the Il'Ilj'.U
4-H Club, Albany, '46-i-l-7g F.H.A. '47-'-F8-'-49.
H11Ilf7f?llIff.YS and 'I'll'fIII' rex! upon earl: other
Allied Youth '47-'48-'49 CSecretary '48 492
F.H.A. '-P73485 Glee Club '47-'48-'49,
"J suifef, flffl'Ill'fl1'l" kim! of fl!'I1l'l'.H
l'l.H.A. '46-'-Wg Hand 47-'48-,495 Glee Cluh 48
'-49: Singing Cluh pianist '48-'49g Allied Youth
"Shall I t'0llIf7Ill'!' fluff fn II KIllIlllll'I"A' rlahnz'
4-H Club ,el-6-'47,
CARLOS SU lVlN ER
"l"m' my limrf is true' as .vleelfi
lfuurlmll 747-'-l-83 l'x.l".A. l-P7-'48-'4Q.
GERALDIN Ii SU MN ICR
'll'lml wlsrlolfl mn you fm! Ilia! ix 5ll'l'Ilf!'I
Allied Youth '47-l-PS-'493 F.H.A. '48-'-P93 -l--H Qluh
'fllzlke the mos! of yourself.
Tllrre is no tragerlj' like Il'LU1l3'll'Il life."
" Tlu' jmxf is gone: seize torlri-V."
"New in our mirlst, but efzferlrzgvliny in our lzearlxf'
Athletic Association '46-'-l-73483 Band '46-'4-75
Transfer from Thomasville 19-l-8--l-9.
"He does yoozl to himself who does good to his
Latin Club '4-83 -l--H Club '45-'46-'47-,485 Presi-
dent '48g President Tift County Council '48,
"Good mzlure, like Il hee, follerts honey from every
Maviorette '48-,493 Tri-Hi-Y ,46-T-l-7-'-l-8g Tnlisnzzzn
Staff '46-'47-'48g F.H.A. '45-463 Dramatic Club
'46-'47-483495 Allied Youth '48-l-l9.
"1Vhrzt rare I U.'llI'11 I mn lie and rest, Kill time
and take life at the 'very l1esI."
Band ,fl-5-'46-'-l-7-'48g Glee Club '47-'-l8g Vice-
President Glee Clubg Hi-Y '47-'48-'-193 Secretary
Hi-Y '48-'4-95 Allied Youth '4-6347.
"The idle man is the rl'e1'il's worh.vlmp."
BETTY RUTH TYSON
"Silem'e is the understmzdizzg of fools, and Il 'virlue
of the 'wisef'
4-H Club President ,46-'-l7g F.H.A. '47-'48-'-195
Vice-President ,4-83495 Student Council '-l-7348.
LUCY JEAN TYSON
"Few things are impossible to rliligenee and skill."
F.H.A. ,46-'47-'48-'49g President '48-'4-95 Allied
Youth ,46-'47-,483 Student Council '47-l48-,495
-l--H Club l46-'47g Basketball '48-,499 Beta Club
'46-'47-'48-'4-95 Secretary '43-'4-95 Singing Club '48-
'-l'9g Talisman Staff J-1-83495 Assistant Teacher
"lVork is 7'l!'f0fj'.U
Glee Club ,46-'47-483 Secretary and Treasurer 4-H
Club '46-,479 Tri-Hi-Y '46-'47-'485 Singing Club
'47-'48g Basketball '47-'-18.
"A eapable leader and a good athlete."
F.F.A. '46-'-I-7-'48-'4-95 Treasurer '48-'49g Football
'46-'47-'48-,493 T Club '47-'48-'493 President '48-
'49g Student Council '48-'49g Singing Club '48-'493
President '48-'-495 Beauty Revue Escort '47-'48g
"Lowe to one, friends to many, goodwill to all."
Allied Youth '46-'47-'48-'49g F.H.A. '46-,47-'48-
'49g Talisman Staff '48-'49g Singing Hobby Club
Ufllufays loolc on the bright side."
Word Club ,4-63475 Latin Club '48-'49,
"The idle man is the devil's workshop."
"floppy am I from care and free,
Why aren'l they all roniented like me?
"Silenee is one art of l'OlI'Z'F7'SIIfl0II.U
Basketball manager '46-'47-'48-'495 T Club '46-'-l-7-
'48-'495 Latin Club '46-'47-'48g Key Club '47-'48-
'49 CSecretary '-1-73482 5 Hi-Y '46-'47-'48-'49g Stu-
dent Council ,47-'48g Dramatic Club '48-'49g
Pioneer Staff '-1-73485 Talisman Staff '4-83493 Red
Cross '46-'4-7: Biology Club '46-'-175 Escort for
Beauty Revue '47-'48,
"xl pleasant rompanion for all."
-I--H Club ,46-,475 Allied Youth '47-'4-8.
"Sweet thoughts are mirror'1l in her facef'
4-H Club '45-'46-'47-'48-'49g Reporter '45-'4-65
Secretary and Treasurer '47-'4-85 Basketball '46-
'48-'49g Latin Club '48-'49g Tri-Hi-Y '47.
WILLIAM R. WELLS
"Small in stature, but large in rlmrm IlIIIl,'Z'l'l'Ill'i1j'.U
Band '-l-53463 Cheerleader '46-'47-'48 3 Allied Youth
'-l-6-'47-'48-,495 Pioneer '47-'48-'49 Cliusiness Man-
ager l-lslg Talisman '46-'47-'48-'49 CEditor-in-
Chief '48-'-I-915 T Club '-l-6-'47-'48-'49g Key Club
'47-'48-'-195 Glee Club '48-'4-93 Student Council
'-l-7-'48-'-l9g Latin Club '47-'48-'49 fBusiness blan-
ager '-I-8-'4-915 Photography Club '48-'-495 Basket-
ball lvlanager '48-'-19.
"The grealext flIlIId'f'I'.l' my the least."
"The irleal t'llt'lf'flFIl!ll'f.H
Glee Club '46-'4-7g Tri-Hi-Y '47-'48-'4-93 Cheer-
leader ,47-'48-'4-95 Captain '48-'-193 T Club '-l-7-'48-
'49g Basketball '47-l-18349.
MARY IQDNA Wl-llTlC
"Lowe looks not 'with the eyes but 'with llze llllIlll.H
-lf-H Club '44-'45-'46-'47-'48-'-195 Reporter '45-'46g
Vice-President '47-'-I-8: President County Council
'47-,485 Head of Health Campaign '47-'48g Bas-
ulilessezl with that noble quality-reser-z'e."
Ty Ty Basketball '-l-63475 4-H Club '-l-6-'47-'483
Allied Youth '47-'48g F.H.A. l-18-,495 Latin Club
'47-'48-,493 Secretary '48-'49,
HA1IlII11l"l', not yolzl, is woman'5 bl'.ffIld0flIlllf"Il1.U
Allied Youth 3483493 Pioneer Staff '48-5493 Talis-
man Staff '47-'48-'493 Vice-President of Senior
"lt's tlze little things that eountf'
H1Jl7,Llllj'.5'fflFll1llj', witty, and rrlpablef'
Latin Club '-ll-l-I-8-'-l-Q5 Biology Club '46-'-17.
HIJIISIIIIOTII of the football fflllllll
F.F.A. '46-'47-'-I-83493 Vice-President '48-'-L93
Football '-I-7-'48-'-l9g T Club '48-495 Baseball
"The nlilzlest manner and a n1fr11lu'fll.vtore1l."
Glee Club '47-'48-,495 Biology Club '47-'48g Allied
Youth '48-'49g Pioneer Staff '48-'-19.
"Siler1re is golden."
BETTY GENEVA VVOOU
"J PIPIISIIIII l'0llIflfllli0I1 for all."
Glee Club '47-'48-'-l'9g Ty Ty Basketballg -l--H Club
'-l-6-'47-'48g Allied Youth '47-483 F.H.A. '-l-8-'-19.
"Let the ollzer fellow worry."
l".F.A. '46-'47-'48-'+9g Vice-President Y-P7-'-P83
President '48-'-l-93 Football '46-'47-'48-'-l9g 'l' Club
'-l-7-,48-'-193 Treasurer '48-'49,
HSWFIIA' fitly or be silent wisely."
Allied Youth '-1-7-'48-'4-93 President '48-,495 Pioneer
Staff '48-'-l-93 Student Council '48-'49g lwonitor
"xl quiet and still f0Il5l'i4'Il!f'
"Une who serves e11rnc'slly and frer.ve1'e1'ei11gly."
F.H.A. '46-'-173 Singing Club '-I-8-'49,
URN!! in mwing t'fllI1Ill0Il sfnxe as the yrmirxl only
F.H.A. '46-'-1-75 Beta Club '47-'43-495 Singing
JUNE CANTRIQLL- Post Grzuluzitv
if LIULIAN HASKINS
if KICNNICTH FOVVLER
Hf:l"lIiIl.X' is the fapzlfity for l"Z'lldiIlg liar-1lufork."
at THlCLlVlA lVIONTGOlVllfRY
. '. F.S.A. l-P8-'-l9g Singing Club '48-'-I-93 Latin Club
if LOUISIC ROBICRSON
Villlil '46-l-l7-'-18-'-19. ,,, 14.
XLIO ANN THRASHER
Dramatic Club '46-'-l-73 F.H.A. '46-'-Wg Allied
Youth '46-'-I-7-'48-'-l-95 Tri-Hi-Y '48-'-P95 F.S.A.
5' No picture
Billy, you cant have three. 6. All trash goes together.
Our mouth pieces. 7. "Skinny."
"Ain't we cute?" 8. Kid. what do you see?
Where is Louise? 9. E-M-M-A I-E-A-N.
Two too many. 10. Our Men.
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C7444 H56 tory
After many months of waiting for school
to begin and wondering what it would be like,
finally we began, in September of 1938, our
eleven long years. Several of us can remember
how we felt that first day. We saw a few
tears in the eyes of our parents. This added
to our fright. But we soon began to love our
Every year we loved our principal, llliss
Clark, more and more. One of the high-
lights of our third year was the knitting of a
bedspread for the Red Cross. Every boy and
girl in the HB" section helped by knitting one
When we finally reached the fourth grade
we thought we were nearly grown, for this
year we had our first taste of final exams.
Most of us Usweated them outf' but some were
Soon we bade the grammar school goodby.
When we reached the junior high school, we
were just about as frightened as when we be-
gan. We knew, though, that the teachers
weren't bears, but people who really meant
well for us. Mrs. Cochran, our new prin-
cipal, was good to us, although a few did feel
her paddle once or twice. Whewl We
doubted that business about a woman's being
one of the weaker sex. But we lived through
it. Our teachers were making better citizens
The seventh grade was something new, for
we had only had one teacher at a time before.
That year we had four!
Now we were freshmen. Our teachers
nearly went crazy trying to teach us how to
change classes. They all wondered how we
ever got to the eighth grade. Sometimes we
The ninth grade-our sophomore year! We
were really comical. looking the first two
weeks. We didn't know there was so much
lipstick in the whole world. The climax of
the two weeks of initiation came when we
were obliged to dress in everything from win-
dow shades to crocus sacks. We laughed it off
though, because we knew that some day VVE
would be seniors. ln spite of all, we really
liked high school.
We welcomed county students to our class
when we were juniors. We lost Miss Ida
Belle Williams to a college, but we got Mr.
Ellis. We laughed for two weeks at the
sophomores, then we saw why the juniors and
seniors had laughed at us during initiation.
Our Junior-Senior banquet was really swell!
We began our senior year with Mr. Mc-
Allister as principal. Three principals in three
years-what a record! The first of this year
our class rings came. All we heard from the
underclassmen was, "Oh, I'll be so glad when
we get ours!"
What a football team and band we've had.
We are all very proud-even those of us
who played. We won't ever forget Mr. Bailey
and the cheer leaders, our Blue and White
band and our spirited pep meetings.
We are proud of our record in all the
Tifton schools. We've had fun through all
our school years. We say we'll be glad when
we're out, but deep in our hearts we know it's
not true. We've really had a wonderful time.
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As we remember our old Senior class-mates of 1949 and consider them as the men and
women today, we realize how foolish it would have been to have tried to predict the future
ives of our Senior Class back in 1949.
J. C. Bannister is now professor at Ty Ty Tech.
June Cantrell is there also as professor of art.
We find Joe Titus is the owner of an exclusive
Motor Court in Thomasville, Georgia.
Nell Pearman has become the Hrst woman President
of the United States. ln her cabinet she has Virginia
Corry as Ambassador to Russia, Howard Coburn as
Ambassador to Greenland, Jack Sauls as Secretary
of State, Edward Preston as Secretary of Labor:
Alvin "Bo" Cooksey as Ambassador to France, Ralph
Veasey as Commissioner of Agriculture, Geraldine
Lane serves as personal secretary to the President.
Now that Nell has attained the highest position in the
land, she has a publicity agent fEugene Allenl, a per-
sonal physician-Bobby lVIcCrary, and her own dress
My goodness, we see Royce Jones is now the Presi-
dent of the U-Build-lt Construction Company.
Ernest Selph and Lowell Beasley are in politics.
They are now candidates for Governor of Georgia.
Some of our Senior Class mates are now very fa-
Betty Jean Clyatt is Americals No. l debutante.
Hugh Weaver is now a millionaire, CWe know that
he has made his millions as an eminent brain surgeon.J
Al Durden has taken Charles Starret's job and be-
come a famous movie idol. Tommy Mitchell has be-
come renowned as the inventor of an inkless fountain
Julian Haskins is listed as the No. l commentator
by the Gallup Poll.
Tillman Huckeba has become a famous radio come-
dian. Tillman started his career fat radio station
WWGSJ and worked his way up until he now owns
part of Radio City in New York.
Frances Mason who started ice skating on Tift's
Pond, is now on her way to the Olympics.
Barbara Danforth, now Mrs. Gilmer Culpepper,
has been very worried lately about how to clothe her
poor children Call five of theml.
Joanne Simpson, Carolyn Renfroe, Clarice .lVIoye,
Thelma Montgomery, and Robbie Mae Lockhart are
now co-owners of a chain of hotels scattered from
Iceland all through South Africa.
Louise Roberson and Robin Baker have finally
achieved their life-long ambition-they do a fan dance
together in one of New York's most popular night
spots owned by Katherine Hall.
Several of our classmates have now entered the
teaching profession, the University of Georgia has
been very fortunate in acquiring the services of Emma
Jean Brewer, Ernestine Vance, JoAnn Thrasher and
Roy Walker is Professor of Philosophy at Yale.
Georgia Tech has been blessed, toog as additions to
their staff they have Frances Freeman, Mavis Goff
and Leota Franks as dramatic teachers. Gervaise
Smith is the head of the Music Department, Eloise
Taylor as dance professor and Marie Hill as basket-
ball coach with Theda Jane McMillan as her assistant.
Raymond Grimsley is teaching business math at
Tifton High School has welcomed a new faculty
which includes Coy Whittington as superintendent,
Maxine York as an English teacher, and Oleda Stone
as Latin teacher.
New additions to the Abac faculty include Dorothy
Coarsey, Margaret Carr, Patsy Patton, and Betty
It seems that we have lots of musicians in Tiftong
Bob Machmer leads his own concert orchestra. His
members are Morris Davis, playing base horn, Charles
Bergh plays sax, and Ralph Gentry plays trombone, and
Benner Drexler is playing his clarinet.
VVe now find Hallman Hasty sitting behind a big
desk since he is president of the Eastern Air Lines.
He is assisted by his wife, the former Sylvia Tucker.
Clarence Wiggins is one of the best pilots on
Hasty's Air Lines, and Virginia Decker and Frances
Waldrop are his prettiest hostesses.
Carolyn Whittington and Barbara Smith are now
trying to be two of WWGS's successful announcers
Cas Bill Shephard was back in l948J.
Oh! What do we see now as we look upon the
football field at Douglas! lt seems to be Janie Ruth
Cook as head Majorette of South Georgia College.
The prettiest scenery that is to be found in Holly-
wood now is that of Bowen's lllill which is owned
by Laura Ann Bowen.
Jan Martin is now keeping house for Royston Dod-
son and their two children at their three-story home
in Omega, Ga. Royston is now city manager of Omega.
The famous foreign correspondents, Clifford Lee,
Jack Jones, Glen McBrayer, and E. Sutton, have
returned from the North Pole, where they have been
for the past four years.
Well, well, we read in the papers that Virgil Ross,
now head of the GBI, has just solved another one of
his very baffling cases. Helping him on his cases, but
never getting much credit, are his two secretaries,
Marylene Marchant and Maxine O'Quinn.
Four of our Senior Class mates have now gone into
business together. Ruth Matthews, Nellie Wayne Skin-
ner, Joyce Jones, and Ruth Webb are now running
"The Senate Restaurant", among their most frequent
patrons are Collene Hobbs and Burma Connell, now
women Senators from Georgia, who very often have
as their guest, Edna Jernigan, editor of "The Con-
gressional Herald", Washington's leading newspaper.
Often seen eating with them is Orlena Colley, Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court.
We see Pickett Harris, now a dress salesman for the
'U-lllake-lt" dress factory owned by Lila Lee Hud-
gins, on one of his weekly visits to the exclusive dress
shop of Joyce Heath.
We stopped in Chula the other day to see the open-
ing of the South's largest supermarkets owned and
operated by Doris Evans and her husband. This new
supermarket was designed by the architect, Thomas
Betty Jean Cromer, famous beautician, has among
her many eminent customers, June Busbin, Lavert
Richards, and Lavelle Stone, now popular opera stars,
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recently starred in an opera Written especially for them
by Tommy Coleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Willis are now owners of a
mink farm in Alaska. Mrs. Willis is the former
Lucy Jean Tyson.
We accidentally met our old classmate, John
Weaver, in New York last month. He is working
as an elevator operator in the Empire State Building.
While we were riding up with him we met Ellis
Allen and Francis Allen coming down from their
offices, which cover the whole top floor. They are now
co-owners of a chain of drug stores.
Joe Fox is the warden at Sing Sing Prison.
Well, Rudolph Hill is still working with Colonial
Stores. But now he has become Vice-President.
We heard a very good radio program the other
night-Sonny Hamilton has taken Mr. Tom Howardls
place on "lt Pays To Be lgnorantf' His Board of
Experts includes Clara Mae Hale, Virginia Newton,
Polly Jolley, Geraldine Sumner and Eva Grantham.
We haven't seen Coy Butler very much lately.
Guess he is pretty busy now that he is Mayor of Ty Ty.
Betty Griffin and Millie Griffen must stay busy, too,
since they are officers of the Home Demonstration Club
Billy Yearty and his wife, lllary Edna, are now
managing a 4-H Health Farm out from Chula. They
have been given much credit in promoting good health
for all boys and girls in the Southeast section of
the U. S.
Marie Clements is doing a very good job coaching
her basketball team, made up of her six daughters.
They have just recently won the National Cham-
Troy Hobbs made his debut the other night and
started his career of professional boxing.
Several of the Seniors of 1949 have returned to
Tifton to settle down and work. Billy Wells is now
editor of the Tifton Gazeite, Don Rigdon has become
Head of Experiment Station, Clay Coburn is the
manager of the Tift Theater and Dickie Tucker is
president of the National Forestry Society. His oflice
is located in Tifton.
Two of Arthur lVIurray's most talented dancing
instructors are Jim VValdrop and Jack Whiddon.
We visited Leonard Searse's oflice last Week and
found him working on another one of his master-
pieces. He has become a millionaire selling his paint-
ings to the art galleries.
Jasper Woodroof has worked his way up until he
is now president of the National Allied Youth. He
spends most of his time going around the country and
encouraging the Allied Youth Clubs and organizing
Emily Sanders is leading a pretty busy life. She is
dividing her time between her family and her work.
She is one of the leading physicians in Atlanta.
Dolores Smith is Superintendent of Nurses in the
Walter Reed Hospital. She entertains the nurses with
her singing in her spare time.
Carolos Sumner has just opened his very elaborate
dress shop in New York. As two of his most popular
models he has Thelma Mills and Velma Nolan.
Dorminey McMillian is now pastor of the first Bap-
tist Church in Enigma.
Vernon McBrayer has finished his first term as
sheriff of Eldorado and is now campaigning for his re-
lylr. and Mrs. Billy Heath fthe former Miss
Marion Normanl have just completed their new
home-a nice little bungalow on the outskirts of town.
We visited Kenneth Sirmons in his oliice yesterday.
Kenneth keeps very busy as editor of the Atlanta
Earl Rutland, who is now a Colonel in the Army
and has been overseas in charge of the occupational
forces in Germany, has returned to the U. S. and
was honored with a big military celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. lylajor Whiddon have recently
announced the marriage of their daughter, Joyce, to
Sonny Butler. They had a large military wedding at
Gordon Military College. We send both of them our
Lamar Palmer was an All-American for the four
years he was going to Notre Dameand is now playing
Billy Tuttle and Chip Turk have just returned
from South Africa. Billy and Chip are famous big
game hunters' and now possess several trophies they
Roger Walker is president of the Gulf Corporation.
He has built himself a beautiful ranch home out from
Tifton and has a beach home in Jacksonsonville.
We went to the circus Saturday and enjoyed Vivian
Whitfield's and Betty VVood's performance as acrobats,
and Essilene York and Dorothy Partin as tight-rope
Willene Culpepper has finally settled down and
she and Wootzy are living in Chula.
Charles Chapel has been elected Postmaster of Chula
for his fourth term.
Kenneth Fowler has certainly been moving around
the country ever since he has become such a famous
Judy Bond, Billie Busbin and Evelyn Braswell
have completely remodeled and enlarged their Old
Maid Institution. They have had so many old maids
come to stay with them, they outgrew their old
Basil Franks is still running his filling station and
he now services the State Patrol cars especially.
Lafayette Coarsey has at last realized his life-long
ambition. He is a Greyhound Bus driver!
Monroe Carr's basketball team ffrom Ty Ty Techl
is now taking a vacation in Iceland. Coach Carr has
gone with them and he feels that they certainly deserve
a vacation after the hard season they had this year.
We enjoyed the half-time performance of Alabama's
million-dollar band at the football game the other day.
The band has improved very much, especially with
Dot Bruce as head majorette.
Sonny Edmondson is managing his fatherls meat
market and has remodeled it. In his spare time Sonny
coaches football at Abac.
We saw Betty Ruth Tyson's picture in the paper
the other day. She has recently become "Miss
Dr. Billy lylorton and his wife fthe former Pat
Owensl now have eleven boys which the famous Dr.
Morton coaches in football in his spare time. Pat
acts as the team's water boy!
BETTY JEAN CLYATT
ut I Wil and Tea tament
We, Lamar "Baby Face" Palmer and Leonard
"Old Lady" Sears, leave our nicknames to Harold
Smith and Jimmy Smith.
I, Jan Martin, will my flirty ways to Camille
I, Laura Ann Bowen, leave my feet ftoes in-
cludedj to Donnie Donaldson.
We, Margaret Allen, Maxine and Essielene
York, leave our good grades to Margaret Parrish,
and Lucy Gay, hoping it will "help."
We, BettyiRuth Tyson, Robin Baker, and Betty
Jean Clyatt leave our books to any Junior 'who likes
I, Joe Titus, leave my broad shoulders to Robert
I, Royce Jones, leave my "No. 39D to June
We, Mickey Newton and Lucy Jean Tyson,
leave our many boy friends to anyone who can
I, Sylvia Tucker, will my majorette uniform to
Joyce Whittington, hoping she will try as hard as I
I, Louise Roberson, will my "Million-Dollar
Legs" to anyone who can find them.
I, Bobby Green, leave-thank goodness.
I, Edward Preston, will my basketball ability to
I, Marylene Marchant, leave Coach "Mac's" of-
fice to Mary Mann.
I, June Busbin, will my ability to learn to Sarah
We, Coy Butler and Joyce Heath, leave our
dimples to Jim Machmer and Betty Sue Blalock.
We, Marie Hill, Willene Culpepper, and Betty
Jean Cromer, leave our voices to Helen Cauthen,
Betty Ruth Cofer, and Nell Duckworth.
I, Ralph Veazey, leave my good looks to Jimmy
We, Margaret Carr, Leota Franks, and Joyce
Gibbs, leave our timidity to Barbara Shaver, Juanita
Gladney, and Jo Ann Butler.
I, Joyce Whiddon, leave my cheer-leading ability
to Betty Jean Allen, who already has a good start.
I, Hugh Weaver, leave my "stinking pipe" to
I, Billy Wells, leave my ability to dance to Bobby
We, Ruth Matthews, Ulva McAllister, Nellie
Wayne Skinner, and Barbara Smith, leave ABAC
to Betty Nan Sellars, Betty Ayres, and Diane
I, Chip Turk, leave the "strip-down" to Carl
Ford. Please take care of it.
We, Betty Wood, Geraldine Sumner, and Mavis
Goff, leave Miss Pitts' English Class to Winona
Norman and Jo Edith Rutland.
I, Tillman Huckeba, will the presidency of the
"B, S. CLUBH to J. C. Howell.
I, Bennett Drexler, leave my Einstein theories to
Dan Wood, who needs them badly.
We, Jasper Woodroof and Charles Bergh, leave
our job Cas bellboyl to Billy Wood and Ruel
VVe, Billy Yearty and Mary Edna White, and
Gwynn O'Quinn and Thelma Mills, leave our
seats in the Auditorium to Louis Waldrop and
We, Billy Morton and Pat Owens, leave our
parking place to Buddy Smith and lVIarie Pogue.
We, Sonny Edmondson and Dot Bruce, leave
our good times together to Edwin Revels, and
I, Orlena Colley, will my quietness to Lucile
I, Nell Pearman, leave my politeness to Loretta
I, Sonny Hamilton, leave my "quiet" voice to
I, Pickett Harris, will my drumming ability to
I, "Fuzzy" Coarsey, disappear.
We, Billy Tuttle and Virginia Newton, leave our
horsemanship to James Hughes and Sylvia Crum.
We, Joe Fox and Thomas Hand, leave our
hair to Harrell Hall.
We, Patsy Patton and Gervaise Smith, leave our
clarinet ability to Lester Davis and Ann Harrell
in hopes that they carry on.
I, Ralph Gentry, gladly leave my place in the
trombone section to Sonny Collier.
I, Virginia Corry, leave my many talents to
Lummie Jean Kicklighter, who needs them badly.
I, Hallman Hasty, will my trumpet ability to
Jack Bennett, hoping that he will do better with
it than I did.
We, J. C. Bannister and John Weaver, leave
our bashfulness to Earl Rowland and Clifford
I, Curtis Pitts, leave my deep voice to Pat
Malcolm, who needs my help.
I, Ellis Allen, leave my ability to learn MacBeth
to Jimmy Sellars.
I, Jack Sauls, lea.ve my many years in high
school to Homer Allison.
I, Vivian VVhitfield,1 leave my carefree ways to
I, Maxine O'Queen, will my ready smile to
We, Don Rigdon and Jim Waldrop, leave our
ability to sleep in class to anyone who can get
away with it.
I, Eloise Taylor, leave my 'lswing and sway"
to Clarice Cox.
We, Theda Jan lVIcMillan and Carolyn Whit-
tington, leave our "come hither" looks to Billie
Sauls and Jo Edith Rutland.
I, Carolyn Renfroe, leave my secret Sorrows
to Bootsie Kent.
We, Virgil Ross and Bo Cooksey, leave our
reckless driving to Jimmy Atkins and Ansley
I, Clifford Lee, leave my physique to Russell
I, Eugene Allen, leave my drawl to Sam Rigdon.
We, Monroe Carr, Bobby McCrary, and Ramon
Grimsley, will our friendly dispositions to Ralph
Wiggins, Darrell Thompson, and Lamar Kinard.
We, Virgil Willis and Geen Wood, leave our
two years in the eleventh grade to HRed" Arnold
and "Bud" Brogden.
We, Lavelle Stone, Marion Norman, Polley
Jolly, Judy Bond, and Billie Busbin, leave our
good times out of school to any Junior who can
make a go of it.
We, Betty Sue Rooks, Virginia Decker, and
Dottie Wilson, leave our pleasant dispositions to
Lovelace Ann Jones.
I, Emily Sanders, leave the sparkle in my eyes
when I see Bobby Griiiis to any Junior girl who
can handle it.
We, Katherine Hall, Joyce Jones, and Edna
Jernigan, leave our fair complexions to Clara Mae,
Mildred, and Neville Taylor.
We, Tommy Coleman, Roger Walker, and Coy
Whittington, leave our love of good jokes to all the
Juniors who can keep up with them.
I, Frances Freeman, leave my tenor sax to any-
one who wants it.
We, Eva Grantham, Clarice Moye, Marie Clem-
ents, and Doris Evans, leave our love of basketball
to NVinona Norman.
We, E. Sutton and Ernestine Vance, leave our
chewing gum to Mrs. Mitch'ell's English Classes
We, Geraldine Lane and Dolores Smith, leave
our blond hair to Betty Ann Lee and Joyce Green
We, Oleda"Stone, Dotty Corbett, Ann Branch,
and Jo Ann Thrasher, leave our "Practical English"
to Marlene Sullivan, IXfIargaret Parrish, and Mary
We, Dickie Tucker, Jack Jones, Julian Haskins,
Kenneth Fowler, and Charles Chappel, leave our
bashfulness to N. C. Spradley and Bobby Thomas.
I, Al Durden, leave my love for football to all
players and hope that it will help them as it did me.
We, Clay Coburn, Dorminy IWcIVIillan, and Bob
Macrhmer, leave our speech-making ability to Ellen
We, Basel Franks and Francis Allen, leave our
way with women to James Hughes and Billy Jordon.
We, Jo Ann Simpson, Robbie Mae Lockhart,
Lila Lee Hudgins, and Janie Ruth Cook, leave Miss
Pitts, Homeroom for the trash collector.
We, Roy Walker and Morris Davis, leave our
lanky walks to Vernon Storey and Carl Abbott.
We, Linda Fletcher, Velma Nolan, Thelma
Montgomery, leave our good humor to Joyce
We, Howard Coburn, Clarence Wiggins, Ru-
dolph Hill, and Vernon and Glenn McBrayer, take
what we have with us.
VVe, Audrey Hilton, Virginia Wilson, Ruth
Webb, and Lavert Richards, leave our love of
studying to Mattie Wright and Emogene Yancy.
We, Frances Mason, Clara Mae Hale, and Dot
Partin, with Kenneth Sirmans, Carlos Sumner, Earl
Rutland, and Ernest Selph, leave our good times
in the Senior Class to all Juniors who try to
We, Frances Waldrop, Lowell Beasley, Evelyn
Brazwell, Emma Jean Brewer, Troy Hobbs, Burma
Connell, Colleen Hobbs and Jack Whiddon, leave
the hope behind that all Juniors may survive.
We, Jo Ann Griffin and Barbara Ann Danforth,
leave the boys we Hirt with to Betty Sue Waldrop,
who is making very nice progress.
We, the SENIOR CLASS of '48-'49, leave our
"privileges" to all the Juniors if they can think of
any to inherit.
JU IOR CLASS UFFICERS
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Betty Jean Allen
Mary Nell Arnett
Dolores Jean Ashmore
Betty Sue Blalock
Jo Ellen Bleiler
Jo Ann Butler
Nlary Jean Chapman
Betty Ruth Cofer
Sara A. Cook
H. C. David
J. E. Davis
Mona Lee Dickinson
J. K. Goff
lVIary Nell Goff
Jewel Dean Graham
J. C. Howell
Lovelace Ann Jones
Lummie .lean Kicklighter
Betty Ann Lee
Betty Jean Martin
Erma Jean lVIcAllister
lVIartha Lou lldcllflillan
lWary Ann lyliller
Nlary Caroline llfloore
llflary Jo Morris
John Earl Rowland
Jo Edith Rutland
Betty Nan Sellars
N. C. Spradley
Melba Ann Stewart
J. P. Thompson
Sara Ann Veal
Betty Sue Waldrop
Bessie Lee Wilson
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Myrtie Lee Bryant
J. C. Connor
L. J. Copeland
Betty Jean Davidson
Bobby Joe Davis
Jessie Goodwin ,
Betty Ann Greene
W. C. Jolley
Minnie Kate Jordan
Dymple Jo King
Mary Banks lklartin
Bennie Lee Mitcham
Bobbie Jean lkloye
Norma Jean Nation
J. T. Carrington
Jo Anne Moore
Vera Mae Walker
Mary Kate Sirmans
J. E. Spradley
Sara Josephine Smith
H. T. Stone
Betty L. Tucker
F eliste Turk
Nell Rose Young
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Ellen Bleiler won first place in the State
4-H Club Forestry Contest, and Dickie
Tucker won second place in the State
and first place in the National Contest
MARY ANN WHITE
"To Make the Best
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Betty Jean Clyatt
Janie Ruth Cook
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'BOBBY GRIFFIS, Vice-President
SAM RIGDON, Secretary
MARIE POGUE, Treasurer
LEATRICE FOREMAN, Advisor
HELEN SPURLIN. Advisor
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ROBIN BAKER ................. ..... S ponmr
MORRIS DAVIS ........ .... S erretary
BILLY IVIORTON ......... President
BENNETT DREXLIQR ..... 7l7'l'Il5lH'!'!'
MR. lVIcALLlS'IlLR ........................... Adfvisor'
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The 'liri-Hi-Y was organized to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high stand-
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club delivered baskets to the needy at Christmas. "Clean-lip" "Clean-Speech", and "lmproyemcnts in Study
Habits", campaigns were sponsored. The club contributed to the VVorld Youth Fund. Six members attended the
Annual Youth Conference in Atlanta in December.
Betty -lean Allen
Betty Sue Blalock
Laura Ann Bowen
lfmma 'lean Brewer
Betty Jean Davidson
Lummie -lean Kicklighter
Klary Banks hlartin
Klary Ann hliller
hlary -lo hlorris
Betty Sue Books
hlary Carolyn Sinclair
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FRANCES S. NEASE. ..
MARIE F. PITTS ....
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Betty lean Davidson
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Lamar Kinard, and lWr. Sheppard, Advisor.
Lamur Kinurd. President: lack Bennett
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TIFTON VS. SYLVICSTER
The Blue Devils opened the 1948 football season
with a 20-0 Win over Sylvester here. As it was
their first game, the Devils were a little rusty on
offense, but they came through with a decisive
victorv over a hard-fighting eleven. Final score
TI FTON VS. M OU LTR I IC
20 to 70.
Tifton journeyed to Nloultrie the following
Friday night. It rained the entire game, but Tifton
swam out on top of the AA Nloultrie team, 36 to O.
TI FTON VS. '1'HOMASVlLI.Ii
Thomasville was our next victory. An enormous
crowd watched Thomasville threaten the entire first
half and then buckle under the charge of the Devils
in the second half. The final tally was 25 to 7.
A SE S0 WITH
TIFTO BLUE DEVILS
Tl FTON VS. CA I RO
Cairo came visiting next. We met them on the
home field and completely annihilated them. Griliis
was too much for them. When the last whistle
blew, the scoreboard said 25 to 0 in favor of Tifton.
TIFTON VS. VALUOSTA
As a follow-up, an improved Valdosta squad came
here to Wreck our team, and that they did. Nothing
Tifton did would click, and l'Bunker" Hill ran
wild for Dosta. The final read in favor of the
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WVayeross was supposed to spell doom for the
lmps, hut instead it put us in the line with a
thrilling 7-6 upset. Bohhy Griflis made THIS touch-
down and Virgil VVillis, the left-footed kicking
wizard, won the game with THE perfect extra
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TIFTON VS. OCILLA
Two "hreathers" followed, first came Americus,
whom we took to a 49-14 ride, Oeilla, whom we
walloped hy the very convincing score of -lo ro I-l.
TIFTUN VS. Fl'l'ZGlCRAI,lJ
After an open date, the Blue Devils tackled their
arch rival, the Purple Hurricane of Fitzgerald.
Iiveryone knew the region championship went to the
winner of that game. Tifton was outclassed, but
hoped for a victory. They tried hard, hut Hargrove
S Co. were just a little too much. The Devils
closed the season with this game, losing 26 to IZ.
GENE WOOD. Gene has
been playing line-backer tor
two years now and will prob-
ably be playing it again next
year as he is expecting to
come back to school next
LAMAR KINARD. Lamar has
been playing first-string left
tackle lor the last two years
and will be back playing it
again next year as he is iust
BOBBY GRIFFIS. This is the
second year Bobby has
played fullback for the team.
He has one more year to
play. He was placed on one
of the conference teams this
RALPH VEAZEY. Ralph was
the quarterback and the cap-
tain of the team this year.
He was also chief signal-
caller. He has played for
two years and is a senior,
but is undecided as to coming
back next year. Made one
of the Conference teams this
SAM RIGDON. This was
Sam's iirst year oi football,
but he became a stalwart on
defense. He played a lot at
defense tackle. He will be
back next year as he is iust
SONNY EDMONSON. Sonny
played right hallback and al-
ternated with Lamar Palmer
at that spot. He is undecided
whether he will be back next
RED ARNOLD. Red played a I. C. Hi-OWELL. This was
lot at guard last year and I. C.'s second year ot toot-
this year he held down the hall and he played a lot oi
first-string left guard position. detense at center.
LEONARD SEARS. Leonard
has been playing center for
the Blue Devils the last two
years. He graduates this
LAMAR PALMER, the Tifton right
halfback for the last season. plans
to come back to school for an-
other year. This was his second
year of football under Coach
VIRGIL WILLIS. who played right
end for Tifton this past season,
placed on one of the all-confer-
ence teams this year. This was
his second year of football and
he plans to be back for another
BILLY MORTON was Tifton's co-
captain for the past year. This
was his second year of varsity
football and he plans to gradu-
ate at the end of the year. He
will not be back.
BUD BROGDON, who played
right guard on the team this year
for his second year. is a lunior
and plans to be back for another
DAN WOOD played second string
end on the team this year. This
was his second year. He has
transferred to another school and
will not be back next year.
ROYCE IONSE. Tifton's left end.
played his second year of foot-
ball for Tifton this year. Although
a Senior, he plans to be back
ROBERT PARKER was one of our
substitute backs who did a lot of
ball playing. He played quarter-
back and was used especially
on defense. He plans to be back
IOHNNY LIPSEY. Tifton's speedy
left halfback. is just a Sopho-
more and will be back for two
more years. This was also his
second year of football.
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These lettermen. tozether Qwithl
three newcnmers. form nn exper-
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Coach Davis has built his team ln-
to a winning combination this
Newcomers on the starting tem
.include Bud Brggden. 185. senior,
who alternates wiih Buddy Smith.
at right guard, and Lamar Palmer,
145, junior. right halfbaek. Sam
-Rigdun, 175, juniopend. is shnvnv!
.intn the fray when the Blau Devin
are on defense, being used in this
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hack, scxphamoreg Eugene Wood,
150, gum-dg iunior, termed the
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every Tzfton game to date. He tg-
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Camille Colquitt. Angelyn Holmes, Ian Martin, Billy Wells. BASKETBALL MANAGERS-Weaver, Coleman. Wells.
BOYS' BASKETBALL1C. Butler, R. Gentry, A. Morris, W. Hester, M. Carr, C. Childs. l. C. Connor, C. Abbot, T. Huckeba.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL-Pearman, Dot Bruce. McMillan, Hill, Cromer, Culpepper, Grantham. Colquitt. Waldrop, Evans, Nobles, Wilson.
FOOTBALL-Royce Iones. Billy Morton. Gene Wood. Leonard Sears, Red Arnold, Lamar Linard, Virgil Willis, Ralph Veazey, Iohnny
Bobby Griffin, Lamar Palmer, Aubrey Morris, I. C. Howell. Russell Lindsay, Laverne Scott. Al Durden, Buddy Smith. Iimmy Smith,
Parker, Edwin Revels. Royce Iohnson, Sonny Edmonson, lames Hughes. Bud Brogdon, Dan Wood, Sam Rigdon, I. K. Golf, Bobby Green.
PEARMAN D. BRUCE HILL WARD MCMILLAN
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BEST ALL AROUND
PRIi'1'TI1iST MOST HANDSONIIQ
BETTY RUTH TYSON RALPH VRAZIQY
LAMAR PALNIICR NICLI, PEARNIAN
M OST ATHLETIC
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MARGARICT ALLEN GVVYNNE CYQUINN
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SONNY HAMILTON LOUISE ROBERSON
LOUISE ROBERSON TILLMAN HUCKABEE
ORLENA COLLEY LAMAR PALMER
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LAMAR PALMER NELL PEARNIAN
JUE, UUR JA ITUR, HEZEKIAH, 0 R ASSISTANT JA ITUR
While busily emptying garbage from the lunchroom, Joe, one of our campus indispensables, expressed his ideas
on school life. "I like the way Mr. Mac runs things. He's really goodf' declared Joe. A'He certainly knows how
to get the work out of Hezekiah, my assistant, and me. By the Way, l think Hezekiah' is the best help l've
When asked about football, Joe stated, "Our football team is above average and keeps on improving. As for
the band, itls the best band in this state or anywhere else. l'm sure proud of our band and team."
Having begun his work at Tifton Grammar School as a teen-age boy, Joe has now been a janitor in the city
schools twenty-six years. He deserves a lot of credit for work the students never know he does. Besides his usual
duties of sweeping halls and classrooms, distributing supplies, and firing the furnace, he runs errands for the facul-
ty, helps at the gym, and keeps the grounds as clean as ,we allow him to. When there is a night entertainment
in the auditorium, he is there to help in any way that he can and tot close the building when everybody has gone.
Of Joe, Mr. Bailey says, 'fHe's honest, dependable, courteous, hard-working, trustworthy, and cheerful." Joe
thinks Mr. Bailey is "the best in the statef'
Joe's whole name is Joseph M. Reeves. He owns his own house and store, and is a deacon in his church.
Our janitor has the knack of getting along with all kinds of people, and everyone says that without him T. H. S.
would not be complete.
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ESTABLISHED IN 1896
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 15300,000.00
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South Georgia lee Company Cf Tifton, lne.
Hornbuekle Fuel Company
The Tifton laundry And Dry Cleaners, Inc.
The Iifton Barber Shop
Tifton Frozen Foods, Ine.
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Love Avenue at Sixth Street
M ember National Selected Morticians
KENT'S FURNITURE STORE
TIFTON'S OLDEST RETAIL STORE
Congratulates the Talisman
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"Everything for the Home"
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