Trousdale County High School - Stepping Stone Yearbook (Hartsville, TN)
- Class of 1945
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THE SENIOR CLASS
THE TROUSDALE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
- STEPPING STONE
Another year has passed and we, the Senior Class of Trousdale County
High School, present to you, who may find it a pleasure to look over these
pages, our best efforts in putting in print the activities of our school during this
year in it. We have a certain pride in recording these things and hope that
you will share the joy with us that we have found in publishing this book and
in our school life, a picture of which in some detail is found here.
It is our hope that those who may come on after us will cherish the tradi-
tions of our institution and hold high ideals for it foremost in their minds. May
they find the same joy here that we have found. Look benevolently upon our
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HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING
MR. I. C. PULLIAS RACHEL DALTON
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
I. C. PULLIAS, Principal
Cumberland University, A. B.
Peabody College, M. A.
Senior Class Sponsor
David Lipscomb Ir. College
University of North Carolina, A. B
English, Director of Speech Arts
Senior Class Sponsor
Bowling Green College of
Tenn. College for Women, B. S.
Sponsor of Freshman Boys
Tenn. College for Women, B. A.
Cumberland University, B. A.
Iunior Class Sponsor
MARY AGNES KIRBY
Middle Tenn. State College, B. S.
English, Sophomore Sponsor
MRS. RUSSELL H. PITCHFORD
Bethel Womans Ir. College
University of Tennessee, B. S.
Freshman Girls Sponsor
C. H. WILBURN
University of Tennessee, B. S. A.
Cumberland University, B. S.
Peabody College, B. S.
Union University, A. B.
Coach, Social Science
State Teachers College
MRS. A. R. DALTON
Eighth Grade Sponsor
MRS. E. D. FREEDLE
State Teachers College
Seventh Grade Sponsor
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SARAH HALEY, Secretary
And for the few that only lend their ear, that few
Club, '42, '43, '44, '45: President, '45: Vice-
of Middle Tenn. Home Ec. Club, '45: Vice-
of Freshman Class, '42: Secretary of Soph-
is all the
omore Class, '43: Secretary of Iunior Class, '44: Sec-
retary of Senior Class, '45: Pep Squad, 45: Press
Club, '45: Club Editor of Hilltop Tattler, '45: Basket-
VIRGINIA KEY WHIPPLE, Treasurer
Fair weather weddings make fair weather lives.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45: Vice-President, '42:
Secretary, '44: Beta Club, '44, '45: Treasurer of
Iunior Class, '44: Treasurer of Senior Class.
BILLY MERRYMAN, President
Wise men say nothing in dangerous times.
Football, '42, '43, '44, '45: Alternate Captain, '44:
Captain, '45: Basketball, '44, '45: F. F. A.. '43, '44,
'45: Poland-China Pig Club, '44: Vice-President of
the Sophomore Class, '43: Glee Club, '43: President
of Letter Club, '44: Letter Club, '45: Dramatic Club,
'43, '45: President of Iunior Class, '44: President of
Senior Class, '45: Most Popular Boy of Senior Class.
TRAVIS MORGAN, Vice-President
What men have done can still be done and shall
be done today.
President Freshman Class, '42: Student Council, '42,
F. F. A., '42, '43, '44, '45: Vice-President, '44: Presi-
dent, '45: Poland-China Pig Club, '42, '43, '44, '45:
Secretary and Treasurer, '43, '44: President Pig Club,
'45: President of Sophomore Class, '43: Vice-Presi-
dent of Iunior Class, '4l: Letter Club, '44, '45: Vice-
President, '45: Football, '44, '45: Basketball, '44, '45:
Alternate Captain, '45: Vice-President of Senior
Class: President of Dramatic Club, '45: Beta Club,
'44, '45: Vice-President, '45: Fire Squad, '45: Expres-
sion, '45: Most Likely to Succeed of Senior Class:
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Here comes the lady! O, so light a foot will ne'er
wear out the everlasting flint.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Expression, '42, '43,
'44, '45, Dramatic Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Pep Squad,
'43, '45, Music, '45, Beta Club, '44, '45, Secretary,
'45, Club Editor of Hilltop Tattler, '44, F. F. A.,
Queen, '45, Assistant Editor of STEPPING STONE
MARY FRANCES BROOKS
She is as good as she is fair, none on earth can
excel her there.
Dramatic Club, '44, '45, Reporter of Press Club, '45
Alumni Reporter of Hilltop Tattler, '45, Home Ec.
Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Treasurer of Home Ec. Club,
'42, Pep Squad, '45, Beta Club, '44, '45, Glee Club,
'42, '43, Music, '42, '43, Most Studious Senior Girl.
MAGGIE LINVILLE, Reporter
I hate nobody, I am in charity with the world.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Dramatic Club, '44,
'45, Letter Club, '44, '45, Pep Squad, '42, '43, '44, 45,
Basketball, '44, '45, Reporter of Senior Class.
The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man
knows himself to be a fool.
F. F. A., '42, '43, '44, '45, Secretary, '44, '45, Fire
Squad, '42, '44, '45, Chief, '45, Basketball, '42,
Football, '44, Beta Club, '44, '45, Treasurer, '45,
Club, '43, '44, '45, President, '44, Letter Club, '44
Secretary of Fire Squad, '44. Best All Around
of Senior Class.
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MARTHA FRANCES CORNWELL
Fair and honest! Always at a place and task ....
Success lies along the path of such.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Reporter, '42, Glee
Club, '42, Dramatic Club, '42, '44, '45, Tattler Staff,
'45, Press Club, '45, Assistant Business Manager of
STEPPING STONE: Philosopher: Wittiest Girl ot
Senior Class. '
Happy am I, from cares I am free. Why aren't they
all contented like me?
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Student Council,
'43, Feature Editor of STEPPING STONE, '45, Basket-
ball, '42, '43, '44, '45, Most Athletic Girl of Senior
Class, Dramatic Club, '44, '45, Letter Club, '42, '43,
'44, '45, Pep Squad, '42, '43, '44, '45, Press Club, '44,
'45, Assistant Sports Editor of Hilltop Tattler.
A little too wise, they say, do ne'er live long.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Dramatic Club, '45,
Basketball, '44, Pep Squad, '42, '43, Press Club, '45,
She was ever fair and never proud, had tongue at
and yet never loud.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Basketball, '42, '43,
'44, '45, Letter Club, '44, '45, Dramatic Club, '44, '45:
Pep Squad, '42, '43, '44, '45, Assistant Feature Edi-
tor of STEPPING STONE. Prettiest Girl of Senior
And where a lady's in the case, you know all other
things give place.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45: Press Club, '45,
A nicer and better girl you'll never meet. She's a
fine girl and a real athlete.
Secretary of Freshman Class, '42: Home Ec. Club
'42, '43, '44, '45: Treasurer, '44: Glee Club, '42, '43
Sextette, '42: Voice, '42, '43, '44: Treasurer of Soph
omore Class, '43: Trio, '43g Dramatic Club, '42, '43,
'44, '45: Beta Club, -'44, '45: Press Club, '44, '45p Edi-
tor of Tattler, '45: Letter Club, '44: Basketball, '44
Pep Squad, '45: Soloist. Best All Around Senior Girl.
Close up your eyes and draw the curtain close: and
let us all to meditation.
F. F. A., '42: Boys' Glee Club, '42, '43: Dramatic Club,
'42: Student Council, '43g Class Editor of Stepping
LASSIE DEAN CUNNINGHAM
Grace was in all her steps, heaven in her eye: in
every gesture, dignity and love.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45: Glee Club, '42, '43:
Piano G Voice, '42, '43: Pep Squad, '42, '43, '44, '45:
Cheer Leader? '45: Dramatic Club, '44, '45, Treasurer.
'45: Letter Club, '44, '45: Advertising Manager of
Stepping Stone: Most Talented: Basketball, '44, '45:
Captain of Girls' Team, '45: Press Club, 44, '45: Sex-
tette, '43: Trio, '43.
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I dare do all that become a man: who dares do
more is none.
F. F. A., '45: Assistant Chief of Fire Squad, '45g Foot-
ball, '44, '45g Letter Club, '44, '45g Wittiest Boy of
I. B. GREGORY
Truth is as impossible to be soiled by any outward
touch as the sunbearn.
F. F. A., '42, '43, '44, '45: Poland-China Pig Club, '42,
'43, '44: Beta Club, '44, '45: Letter Club, '44, '45: Foot-
ball, '44, '45: Dramatic Club, '45: Assistant Class
Editor of STEPPING STONE.
The world is so full of a number of things, I'm sure
we should all be happy as kings.
Student Council, '457 Basketball, '42, '43, '44, '45: Pep
Squad, '42, '43, '44, '45: Cheer Leader, '44, '45: Foot
ball Queen, '44g Sports Editor of Hilltop Tattler, '45
Press Club, '44: Dramatic Club, '44, '45: Home Ec.
Club, '42, '43, '44, '45: Letter Club, '44, '45: Most Pop-
ular Senior Girl, '45: Assistant Advertising Manager
of STEPPING STONE.
Cool diligence, loyalty, strict obedience and fair-
ness, are the corner-stones of success.
Home Ez. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45: Dramatic Club, '42.
'43, '44, '45: Pep Squad, '42, '43, '44, '45: Secretary
oi Dramatic Club, '45: Class Editor of Hilltop Tattler.
'443 Press Club, '44, Speech Arts, '42, '43, '44, '45
Beta Club, '44, '45: Reporter of Beta Club, '45: Re-
porter of Iunior Class, '44: Voice, '45: Editor of STEP-
PING STONE: Class Prophet.
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I have a soul that like an ample shield can take
in all, and verge enough for more.
Home Ec. Club, '42, 43, '44, '45: Pep Squad, '42, 43,
'44, Press Club, '45: Dramatic Club, '45g Beta
God helps them that help themselves.
Home Ec. Club, '41, '42, '43: Glee Club, '42, '43:
Press Club, '45.
Do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is
Home EC. Club, '42, '43, '44: Pep Squad, 42.
Oi all those arts in which the wise excel, nature's
chief masterpiece is writing well.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45: Dramatic Club, '44g
Pep Squad, '42, '43, '44: Senior Class Historian, '45.
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lf you hear a laugh and see a grin,
You may be sure she's just come in.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Press Club, '44, '45.
Glee Club, '43, Dramatic Club, '43, Pep Squad, '44.
DORIS ANNE OGLESBY
In youth and beauty, wisdom is but rare.
Dramatic Club, '44, '45, Home Ec, Club, '42, '43, '44,
'45, Beta Club, '44, '45, Glee Club, '42, '43, Music
'42, '43, F. F. A. Queen, '43, Testator, '45.
'Tis not in mortals to demand success,
But we'll do more ,..... We'll deserve it.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, 45, President of Home
Ec. Club, '42, Treasurer of Freshman Class, '42, Pep
Squad, '42, '43, '45, Dramatic Club, '44, '45, Press
Club, '44, '45, President of Press Club, '45, Roving
Reporter of Tattler, '44, '45, Beta Club, '45, Poet of
Senior Class, '45.
Talks as familiarly ot roaring lions as maids of
thirteen do of puppy dogs.
F. F. A., '42, '43, '44, 45, Football, '42, '43, '45, Glee
Club, '43, Student Council, '43, Vice-President ol Fu-
ture Farmers, '45, Assistant Club Editor of STEP-
PING STONE, '45, Basketball, '45, Dramatic Club,
'45, Letter Club, '45.
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Let any man speak long enough,
He will get believers.
F. F. A., '42, '43, '44, '45, Glee Club, '43, Pig Club.
'44, '45, Letter Club, '44, Reporter of Letter Club, '44,
Dramatic Club, '44, '45, Football, '44, '45, Treasurer
of F. F. A., '45, President of Student Council, '45, Best
Looking Boy of Senior Class.
No question is ever settled until it is settled right.
Football, '41, '42, '43, '44, '45, Alt. Captain, '44, All
Conference Football, '45, Basketball, '42, '44, '45,
Basketball Capt., '45, Letter Club, '42, '43, '44, '45,
Vice-President, '45, Second Team Tournament Bas-
ketball, '44, F. F. A., '42, '43, '44, Dramatic Club, '43
'44. Most Athletic Boy of Senior Class, '45.
He was a man, take him for all in all.
I shall not look upon his like again.
F. F. A., '42, '43', '44, Fire Squad, '44, '45, Most Studi-
ous Senior Boy, '45, Dramatic Club, '45, Reporter of
Fire Squad, '45.
Make the coming hour flow with joy, and pleasure
drown the brim.
Home Ec. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45, Pep Squad. '43,
Dramatic Club. '43.
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God's gift to women.
Football, '42, '43, '44, '45: Basketball, '43, '44, '45: Letter Club, '43, '44, '45: Pres-
ident, '45: F. F. A., '43, '44, '45, President of Letter Club, '45.
Grant I may never prove so fond, to trust man on his oath or hand.
Home EC. Club, '42, '43, '44, '45: Press Club, '44, '45: Glee Club, '43: Dramatic
All things ,that shineth like gold are not gold, as I have heard it told.
F. F. A., '42, '43, '44: Glee Club, '43: Dramatic Club, '45: Basketball, '45.
Letter Club, '45.
Best All Around Boy
Best All Around Girl
Most Popular Girl
Most Popular Boy
Most Studious Boy
MARY FRANCES BROOKS
Most Studious Girl
MARTHA FRANCES CORNWELL
Most Likely to Succeed
Best Looking Boy
Most Athletic Boy
Most Athletic Girl
MARY FRANCES BROOKS
DORIS ANN OGLESBY
MARTHA FRANCES CORNWELL
Far away, on a little island, which was once occupied by the Germans, but now is in the hands
of the Americans, were two of the Senior boys from T. C. H. S., of the class of 1945. It was a very lone-
some place for these two boys, and they saw a little hut in the far distance where they decided they
would go. They wanted to visit the family there and find out the kind of life that these folks lived.
As they approached the house, they felt very heartsick, for the family was composed of only the
mother and three small children. The father had been killed in battle. They were given a hearty
welcome and the three children seemed very happy to see them. The mother told of the hardships that
they had suffered trying to save their little home. Then the children begged for a story from the
boys. They agreed to tell them one, and the mother requested that they tell about the American
system of education.
One of the boys, who was growing fond of the youngest child, took him on his knee and began the
story of his four years in high school.
"I will start by going back to the 'good old days,' when a group of sixty-two began making footprints
on the clay of the old hilltop at T. C. H. S., in the fall of 1940, as Freshmen. We gathered in the high
school gymnasium, wondering who would be our sponsor for the year: as Mr. I. C. Pullias. our prin-
cipal, announced that the girls would follow Miss Katherine Cox to the Home Economics room and the
boys, Miss Laura Owen to her respective room there came some queer looks on some of the pu-
pils' faces, for we all wanted to start our journey together: but with Miss Cox and Miss Owen as our
captains, we got off to a good start.
We flew through the storm of Algebra, holding our breaths and trying to obsorb those X's in our
brains, but they just seemed "too hard" to soak in well. However, a good many did somehow get
through. It also seems as if I can still hear the girls commenting on Miss Cox for making them use a
thimble. It seemed as if they were determined not to use one.
We started our activities by a party, which was greatly enjoyed by all, and others events were: The
boys' initiation into the Future Farmers organization and the girls' initiation into the Home Economics
Club. Some of our boys and girls began to drop out, and as I remember, they were: Evelyn Beal,
Paul Watson, Marvin Belcher, Thelma Wright, Bonnie McClanahan, Dorothy McClanahan, Mary D.
Fisher, and Sara Lou Eden. Thus ended our first year in high school.
A three-months' pause and we were renamed-Sophomores this time. It gave us a thrill to be called
such, after bearing all the burdens and suffering the persecutions played by the role of a Freshman.
We were given Miss Margaret Smith, with her sweet smiles as our captain this time: and she was a won-
derful leader and instructor. We all hoped that we would pull through our Sophomore year with high
marks. This semester we were determined to raise money for the many things that we would need it
for later on. So we sponsored a few shows and several other things which put us up in the world
all right. We were now becoming well represented in the extra-curricular activities of both football and
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basketball. It was also during this semester that the Tennesse Maneuvers began. It became very
difficult for us to carry on with our school, but with a struggle, we carried on. It was especially hard to
keep our girls interested in their work, and it was thought we might lose several of them: but, lucky
us--we just lost one, Virginia Key. She married in the Autumn of 1944. We also lost, due to other
reasons, several other students this semester. These included: I. W. McCormack, Mary Elice McCor-
mack, Royce Howell, Ben Taylor, Howard Sloan, and Lewis Oldham.
In the fall of 1943, we began our third flight, calling ourselves by the name of Iuniors. We knew
our tasks would be more difficult, but we had a new captain this year, Miss Troye Moore, and her influ-
ence over us makes us proud of our class. Then came the Iunior-Senior banquet, perhaps the most im-
portant event of the year, and toward which both classes had looked and planned. It was very suc-
cessfully carried out, and we made quite a gracious host. The gymnasium, which was the scene of the
banquet was decorated with red, white, and blue. In the spring of that semester, the little love bug came
into our midst and bit Ada McCormack, whom we greatly missed. Others members we lost that year
were: Benton Williams, I. C. Linville, Russell Wright, Dresslar Duncan, Rex Ford, and Lounetta Davis.
Thus ended the third year of our high school.
During the following three months' vacation, we got our rings and when we did, we knew we
were up in the world.
Now we come to the final quarter, the fourth year. Ah! Seniors, we were! And justly proud were we of
the name. We had worked and struggled for the past three years of experience. At times, it had
seemed almost hopeless, yet through the untiring efforts of our efficient staff of captains, we have
been able to make a touchdown against the problems of life.
We had just begun our Senior year, when Thomas Linville was inducted into Uncle Sam's Armed
Forces. Mildred Nunley, who had married during our vacation, and also Virginia Key, retumed with
us to make our final effort, but within a month or two, they left to be with their husbands. This
left thirty-three of us to finish our task.
Miss Rachel Dalton, our sweet and patient sponsor, was a great help to us during our Senior year.
We appreciated her untiring interest in us and the help she was to us in publishing the 19th Volume of
the "Stepping Stone."
Our principal, Mr. I. C. Pullias, worked very hard with us. It was to him we expressed our most
sincere thanks for his patience, interest, and his leadership. We will never forget the history classes
that he guided us through. How grateful we still are! We are proud of the record behind us and
have left it as a model to oncoming Senior Classes, with hopes that they might strive to accomplish as
much or even more. '
As the boy finished his story, the eldest child looked up at his mother and said, "Mom, I hope
some day I can go to a school like that." -LOUISE HUFFINES.
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On May 1, 1950, the members of the 1945 Senior Class of Trousdale County High School were
entertained at a costume party in the gym. Each person came dressed as if he were about to begin a
normal day's work and each was to act as a person of his vocation would.
I was the first to arrive, and as I was to make a report on the costumes that were worn and the
actions of each person, I took my place just outside the gym door to watch the parade of my former
classmates. I had just taken out my pencil and notebook when I was scared half out of my wits by
a terrible scream. I looked up the hall to see a cruel looking woman dressed in white with a
knife in each hand. As she approached me, I discovered it to be Dr. Martha Cornwell. The scream
had come from that forever ailing Lois McMurray, who had gone to the doctor's office for some kind
of a treatment, but apparently the doctor had given the wrong treatment.
Then in walks William Massey and Nat Vance, dressed very much like they always looked at
school. "Why, Nat, what is your occupation?" I inquired. "Oh, Greese and me run a one-seated
yellow taxi between here and Lafayette, Gallatin, Lebanon, Murfreesboro, Nashville and other places
of interest-iof interest-that means plenty of pretty girls.l
About this time, a little boy came tearing down the steps while at the top there stood a most peculiar
looking person wearing horn-rimmed glasses with a pencil over one ear and a ruler in her hand, shout-
ing drastic threats at the little creature below. This character turned out to be Mary Frances Brooks:
with her was Sarah Haley, who is teaching the local lassies the art of home-making.
1 see Lois has recuperated enough to be showing her occupation by demonstrating the advan-
tages of the new kind of false teeth which automatically chew the food without any effort on the part
of the owner. '
What in the world is everyone laughing at? Why, it's Dorothy Holder, and, look, she's chasing
that poor little man around the gym with a rolling pin. I don't know who is he, but I gather it's her
husband. I wonder what he has done?
Look at I. B. Gregory! He is certainly realistic about his profession. He is dressed in overalls and
has on an old straw hat. He's so proud of that prize pig of his that won first place at the State Fair, that
he brought it with him. And there is Iames Williams, dressed very much like I. B. I understand they
own adjoining farms, on which they raise pigs with a musical squeal.
Say, who is that hidden under that huge bonnet, and what is that strange chirping sound I hear?
Well, if it isn't Agnes Duncan, with some of her famous vari-colored chickens that she has pro-
duced by setting colored Easter eggs.
"Hup. two, three, four! Hup, two, three, four!" Well, if it isn't Mildred Kennedy and Eva Mai
Vance. You can tell by their military bearing that they are good army nurses, but maybe they will
unbend long enough to join in the fun of the party.
Who's that with that pencil behind her ear and that typewriter slouch? Why, it's none other than
Louise Huffines, still the girl Friday for the Vidette, and it looks as if she is trying to mix .business with
pleasure by interviewing her old classmate and int'mate friend, Maggie Linville, who is the well known
coach of the "Leaphigher" basketball team.
I see Lassie Cunningham strolling in wearing a stunning dinner dress. That gold cigarette holder
adds just the right touch. She really knows how to upohld the position of a State Representatives
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Marjorie Duncan and Thurman Cothron enter singing "Rifle Toting Papa," the Number One hit
of 1950. They are now the star singers on the program, "Guy Guiser's College of Goofy Knowledge."
In walks Carroll Smith, coach of the Arkansas Cotton-Pickers, gloating over his team's latest tri-
umph over the California Lemon-Suckers, which was held in the Pickle Bowl in Sugar City, Iowa.
Mary Cothron, Edna Chamberlain, and Ruth Duncan enter by the front door, scuffling over an
Oscar which they have just been awarded for their performances in MGM's "Three Maids and a
Mouse." The theme of this picture is after man. came woman and she's been after him ever since.
The book from which the picture was made was written by Billy Merryman and cousin Iack Rankin,
who also wrote a book entitled. "How to be Popular with the Female Sex," or "Don't Flirt. But be Handy
When Someone Else Wishes to."
Enter Prof. Nathaniel Bastian, with a far-away look in his eye. At present. the professor is trying
to prove that the world is not round, but triangular in shape.
Close behind Nate is a skinny, poorly dressed man with a hungry look about him. It is Ralph
Price. It seems that when the hens went on a sit-down strike in 1946, Ralph bought a huge farm and
planted it in egg-plants. Poor Ralph didn't know until it was too late that egg-plants don't produce
Next comes a well-preserved looking woman, whom I immediately recognized as Doris Oglesby.
When I asked her what her occupation is now, she replied, "Why, I use my head, like Mr. Pullias al-
ways told us to," and that was all she would tell me, but I found out from other sources that she used
her head to instruct her husband how to clean the house after office hours.
Iuanita Beal came moping in, talking to herself and looking just as dumb as she did the day she
finished high school. For the last six years, she and her parents have been arguing about which col-
lege she should attend. She must still be going with that Hagan guy: how else could she' learn to
Iust after Iuanita's arrival, the party was upset by a terrible crash. and we all rushed outside to
find that Billy "Mutt" Gregory had run into the building while trying to show the world that a car
can make as much speed as an airplane. Helen Iackson and Voline Pulley were with him, but they
all came out unhurt. Helen is married to one of the "Iohnny's that came marching home," but Voline
decided she'd rather "go with 'em all, but marry none."
Why. who are these two peculiarly-acting creatures dressed in white unfonns, conversing in such
tenns as Phenacetin, Heliotheapy and Naprathay? If it isn't Dr. Morgan and Nurse Carr! Each seems
to have a different theory of how a pin-prick should be treated.
The next arrival seems to be gay one, indeed, for she is laughing hilariously, just as she always
did at school. and is dressed in a big-flowered dress, with her hair on top of her head and all kinds
of jewelry adorning her neck and arms. That's the way all secretaries dress now, but who would ever
thought that Sarah Nollner would be seen in a get-up like that?
When Mrs. Whipple arrived, it seemed as if the party was complete. I don't think I need state
Virginia's occupation. for I am sure everyone can guess that she is keeping house for Dean.
In the year '33, we first came to this school
With no other thought but to go by the rules:
And though time and again, we have not done our
In all things of importance we have stood the test.
The school authorities have always mapped the way,
While our paientsand teachers have help us obey.
Our class has stood high in scholastics and play,
Seldom beeing defeated along the way.
Now the time of our graduation draws so near,
We rembfnber we were guided with a love sincere.
May we ever hold fast to our honor and ideals,
As we go forth to play our part in various fields.
Some of our former classmates are now facing the
On the fields of battle in these times of woe.
They are physically struggling in this awful strife,
For the preservation of true values of life.
Let them inspire us then that we go on to fight.
For things mentally, socially, spiritually right.
ss STEPPING STONE
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
The Senior Class of 1944-45 has at last reached the goal of being allowed to graduate after twelve
long years of work.
Without many individual talents and abilities. we feel that progress would have been impossible,
therefore, we leave some of these to certain underclassmen. As a result, we hereby publish our Last
Will and Testament. '
Mr. Pullias already has our love, so we can't leave him that. but we do leave a sincere appre-
ciation for all that he has done for us.
We leave our gratitude to our sponsor, Miss Rachel Dalton, for her untiring efforts to make our
class the best class on the hill. She is worthy of all the praise we can give her.
To the entire faculty, we leave our appreciation for anything they may have done for us.
Thurmon Cothron leaves to Fred Carr his ability to be a lamb at school and a lion elsewhere.
Edna Chamberlain bestows her beauty upon Lanwood Brockett.
Nate Bastian bequeaths to Dan Haynie his everlasting love for tall women.
Mary Frances Brooks leaves her admiration for the Navy to Mary Katherine Carey.
Agnes Duncan wills her cherished Senior dignity to the Iunior girls.
Ralph Price has written a sensational article on "How to Win Your One and Only," which he be-
queaths to his little brother, Billy.
Lassie Cunningham bestows upon Carleen Carman her efficient and business-like manner.
Alice Gothard leaves her love for coaches to Anne Burnley.
Billy Merryman wills to Marvin Bastian his interest in the Sophomore Class.
Travis Morgan leaves to Leon Anthony his place in the Senior room, the fourth period. lWe are
sure Leon will make the best of it.l
Ruth Duncan bequeaths her own version of the Conga to Sue Stubblefield.
Nat Vance wills his pipe to Clifford Perkins, lWe hope Perk will not find this little luxury too
Marjorie Duncan leaves Irene Meador.
Billy Gregory bequeaths to Bradley Burton his truck and the art of driving it.
Carroll Smith leaves his numerous parking places to anyone who can do them justice.
Iuanita Beal bestows upon Bertie Ioy Grgeory her title as F. F. A. Queen.
Dorothy Carr leaves what she calls a giggle to limmy Rankin.
Maggie Linville wills her position as guard on the basketball team to her sister, Pauline.
lack Rankin takes all of his possessions with him, for he thinks he will need them in the future.
William Massey wills his ability to arrive at school late to G. C. Burton.
Sara Nollner leaves to Mattie Belle Duncan her pledge to write to the sailors.
I. B. Gregory bestows upon S. B. Cornwell his love for English.
Lois' McMurray leaves to Martha Ann Gammons her ability for the perfect alibis.
Virginia Key Whipple leaves the Senior Class for New York.
Louise Huffines bestows her height upon Nora Lee Wilkerson.
Sarah Haley bequeaths to Iulia Herod her ability to handle money.
Iames Williams bestows upon Doodle Jenkins his red hair and the spirit that goes with it.
Voline Pulley wills her Lebanon interest to Helen Neeley-
Mary Cothron bequeaths to lean Dalton her place On the annual Staff-
Eva Mai Vance bestows upon Katherine Lee the pleasure of talking to a certain glamour boy.
in the library.
Martha Comwell bequeaths to Ann Shoulders her desire to do everything the "Wright" way.
Mildred Kennedy leaves her desire to go to Gelldlin to Billie Sue Carver.
Dorothy Holder wills her River Street boy to MCIIY Ellen G1'eq0rY-
Helen Iackson leaves her foreign souvenirs to Deen Roddy.
In witness whereof, I, Doris Oglesbv, the Testqtor, have set my hand and seal hereto, this twenty-
second day of May, in the year of our Lord one th'-W-1SC1Ild nine hundred and f01'lY-fiVe-
Witnesses: RACHEL DALTON,
ELEANOR STONE. Testator: DORIS OGLESBY.
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G. C. Burton
Mary K. Carey
Willie Mae Elmore
Secretary . . . ,
Farris D. Gregory
Ray A. Gross
. .. .. S. B. Cornwell
. ..,. .. . Leon Anthony
. Iimmie Neal Rankin
. . . .. Rosalie Cato
.. . ,.,.. ,. lean Dalton
Gladys Maynard Sue Wright
Dean Roddy ' SPONSOR. .
May B' Scmerfield Miss Margaret Smith
Carrie Mai Stafford Not Pictured:
Ethel Stone Fred Carr
Margaret Watson Marie Cornwell
Mary L. Whited Audrey Gregory
Hazel Willoughby Nora L. Wilkerson
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Class Officers Class Athletics
Cast of Class Play "Pigtails" Football Queen and Attendants
The Gang Girls' Chorus
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President ,S,A ,. .. ,. , .. . , Clovis Thompson
Vice-President . . , , . Billie Ioe Hackett
Secretary Sarah Stanford
Treasurer . ..,..,.. . . Dan Haynie
Reporter , . . ., . Nettie Lee Oldham
Ioan Allen Ioyce Gregory Anne Marie Robertson SPONSOR:
Margaret Beal Ierald Dean Gregory Edna Stevens Mary Agnes Kirby
Anne Harris Burnley Mary Lynn Haley Willie Mai Stevens
Iean Burns Ioseph Kennedy Lenore Stinson
Alfred Neal Carman Katherine Lee Pauline Stubbletield NOT PICTUREDg
Hazel D. Carr Gordon Ray Love Sue Stubblefield
Bobbie Duncan Melvin Linville Alice Ward Clovis Thompson, lr.
Mattie Belle Duncan Thomas L. McCormack lack Wright Herman Thompson
Sue Glynn Frye Billy Price Marjorie Welch Robbie Sue Campbell
Martha Ann Gammons George Purnell Dorothy Wilkerson Mary Ellen Gregory
rderly R Herman
Lynn Lenore loyce
lert olemn y
Billie GICQSHC ensible
' I Pauline Katherine
Marjorie MY kinnY
Wkilflis . B111Y Edna
nfgggffe Willie Mamie B.
ttentive Mary E.
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President ,. Rebecca Robinson
Vice-President F Herod Ienkins MTS- Russell H- PifChfO1'd
SSCYGNITY loy Gregory Miss Elizabeth Fugason
Treasurer F ,. Ann Gross
Reporter , Marie Perkins
Iimmy Bowman M E M B E R 5 f Dorothy Spivey
Vandella Carmen Ruth Duncan Veatrice Gregory Forrest Nunley Raymond Thompson
Billy Sue Carver Ierald Edison Wilma Gregory Clifford Perkins
Fayna Chandler Mary Nell Evans Pat Kerr lean Reed Freshman Class
Margie Chandler Evelyn Fisher Iordan Lee Odell Reese Members!
Fannie Mae Dickens Lucy Nell Gregory Billy Linville George Reid Martha Belle Vance
Nina Dies Mirriam Gregory Iohnie Linville Iirn Satterfield Billy Whited
George Dudney Nancy Gregory Bobbie Sue Nollner Robert Glynn Speck RebeCCa Wilburn
Iimmy Bowman .......,.....
Vandella Carman ,....,...
Billie Sue Carver .,.....
Fayna Chandler .,......
Margie Chandler ,A.....
Sue Cornwell Ui .AA... .
Nina Rhea Dies ...,..
George Dudney ,..,..
Ruth Duncan ,...........,.
Mary Nelle Evans ,.,..,..
Ierald Edison .............A
Evelyn Fisher ..........
Earl Gammons ..,..n.....
Bertie Ioy Gregory .....nn.
Elston Gregory ....,....,
Lucy Nelle Gregory ...,,..
Mirriam Gregory ...,,...
Nancy Gregory .,.....
Veatrice Gregory ,.,....
Wilma Gregory ,n.,,.,
Anna Gross .........
Herod Ienkins .........
Pat Kerr .....,...,..,..,n
Iordan Lee .n.,..,..,. ..
Bill Linville .....,.......,...
Iohiny Livingston ,........
Bobbie Sue Nollner ..,....
Forrest Nunley ,.....,.,,..
Clifford Perkins ..,...
Marie Perkins .......,
Iulia Pope ,............
Odell Reese ..,,n.,,.
George Reid ,..,4,......
lean Reid ,....... . ,,,.........
Rebecca Robinson .4....,,
Iim Satterfield ........,.
Ann Shoulders .,.....
Glenn Speck ..,....,A..
Dorothy Spivey ...,.........
Raymond Thompson ,..,...
Martha Belle Vance .......,.
Billy whifed .,..rs...l.....
Rebecca Wilburn ....,,,
Noel Witcher ..,n......,...,...
Fanife Mai Dickens .,.....,.
Not having the popcorn too salty
....n..n....,......,.... Being two feet taller
Never playing hooky from English
Being a flirt
Talking slowly and easily
Not losing something
Being a teacher
Talking in class
Tall, dark and handsome
Thinking of boys
Not being called "Round Eye"
Not writing letters to Morgan
With the famous "Mae West" curves
Getting "A" in English
Being meek as a mouse
Not liking to play basketball
As a sophisticated lady
Meek and submissive
Slim as a rail
Never aggravating the girls
Making noise in the halls
Not thinking of boys
4 .'... .... W ith a "Bing Crosby" voice
Without her sunny smile
Whipping Ioe Louis
With Shirley Temple's hair
Making eyes at anyone but Billie
Never staring at a girl
Without a date
Down-hearted and sad
Without his red hair
Not chewing her gum
Without his likeable ways
. ,,.,...........c, ...4..,.n......,.,.,,.......,........,..... N oisy
Without his knife
Understanding "The Lady of the Lake"
, .STEPPING STONE ,E
Cecile Mai Bass
Fannie 'B. Brown
Willie Neal Clark
President . . Bob Wright
Vice-President , , Iimmy Bradshaw
Secretary , ,. . Billie Duncan
Treasurer ,, . Barbara Ann Eason
Reporter . , . . Alfred Dalton
Ruth Cunningham Bobby Ioe Linville Delbert Ranes
Mary B. Day George Iackson Billy R. Robinson
Ioe Sam Gross
Mary Carr Haynie
Billy F. Oglesby
Billy B. Oldham
Mrs. A. R. Dalton
Billie Dean Vance
Mary Lucy Wright
?..?iH c -MSTEPPING STONEcl,n c Yc,, ?l..
Ray Allen Duncan
Ioe Allen Fisher
Shirley Dean Freedle
W. L. Gregory
President , .A
., . Kelly Gregory
Vice-President ., Walter Gothard
Secretary , .,,. ,..,.,.r ..., M a rie Howell
Treasurer ,.,, .,,. . . Mary Iune Duncan
Reporter .r.r, .,... M artha Hardy
Sponsor . .,,. Mrs. E. D. Freedle
Polly Hall Lavergne Nunley NOT PICTURED
lim Hanl-:ins Bobby Oldham Martha Armstrong
Margaret Harris Campbell Pullias Dorothy Beal
Ina Garrett Herod Betty Rose Edna Ruth Burton
Robert Herod Roy Satterfield Robert Carman
lCI1'1'19S Ed Holder lack Shoulders Agnes Day
le1'TY HOOPSI' Prentice Sircey Mary Iune Duncan
Irene Iohnson Raymond Sutton I. D. Gammons
Virgie Iohns Calvin Taylor Walter Gothard
Maxine McClanahan Clifton Waller
Iohnnie D. Montgomery Bobby Ieqn White
Mary Alice Iones
I unior Representative:
I. C. PULLIAS, Sponsor
BILLY IO HACKETT
Mary Frances Brooks
Martha Frances Cornwell
I. B. Gregory
Virginia K. Whipple
Doris Anne Oglesby
Mary K. Carey
S. B. Cornwell
B E T A C L U B
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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
Mary Frances Brooks
Billy Sue Carver
Mary Katherine Carey
Fannie Mai Dickens
Mattie Belle Duncan
Willie Mai Elmore
Mary Nell Evans
Martha Anne Gammons
Farrie Dean Gregory
Bertie Ioy Gregory
Lucy Nell Gregory
Billie Ioe Hackett
Mary Lynne Haley
Doris Anne Oglesby
Nettie Lee Oldham
Iimmie Neil Rankin
Carrie Mai Stafford
Willie Mai Stevens
Martha Belle Vance
Eva Mai Vance
Mary Lee Whited
Bobbie Sue Nollner
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Home Ec. President: Home Ec. Sponsor
SARAH HALEY MRS. RUSSELL H. PITCHFORD
Herod Ienkins . .. Home Ec. King
Ethel Stone . , . . Vice-President
Gladys Ruth Maynard . Secretary
Iulia Herod .... ., Treasurer
Margaret Watson , , , Reporter
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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
G. C. Burton
S. B. Cornwell
I. B. Gregory
Ray Allen Gross
William Massey Glenn Speck
Thomas McCormack Carroll Smith
Billy Merryman Raymond Thompson
Travis Morgan Nat Vance
Forrest Nunley Burnell Wallace
Billy Price Iames Williams
George Purnell Billy Whited
Iack Rankin Iack Wright
George Reid SPONSOR:
lim Satterfield C. H. Wilburn
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F. F. A. Queen
F. F. A. President
OTHER F.F.A. OFFICERS
W1111am Massey ,..,,..,.. .... ....,....,.. . . .... V 1ce-Pres1dent
Nate Bastain . ..., .
S. B. Cornwell ,.
Nat Vance ...
C. H. Wilburn .. .
.. ..., Secretary
. .. .... Treasurer
,.. , .. Sergeant-at-Arms
.. ,, .. Sponsor
POLAND-CHINA PIG CLUB
Travis Morgan .,..,.. .A............ P resident
'Nate Bastain 4.,.,....r. ...,. 1 ..... V ice-President
Clovis Thompson , ..... ...... Secretary-Treasurer
C. H. Wilburn ...,..... ,,..A.......,....4. S ponsor
Leon Anthony Ierald Gregory Herod Ienkins
Marvin Bastain I. B. Gregory Thomas McCormack
G. C. Burton lack Rankin Billy Merryman
Nate Bastian, Fire Chief
Billy Gregory, Assistant Chief
Roy Allen Gross
C. H. Wilburn, Advisor
President . .. .
Dons Anne Oglesby Helen Iackson
Iuanita Beal Mrldred Kennedy Eva Mar Vance
Edna Chamberlain W1ll1am Massey Margaret Watson
Lassie Cunningham Travrs Morgan Iames Wrlhams
Agnes Duncan Sarah Nollner Hazel Wllloughby
Ahce Gothard lack Rankln Sue Wnght
STEPPING STONE as salads E - ,ATM
Marjorie Duncan . .. .
Virginia Key Whipple
Bethel Stone . .,
Irene Meador . . . ..
lean Dalton ..., . .
Martha Cornwell . .
Sarah Haley .
Dorothy Carr .. .
Ruth Duncan ,,
Mary Cothron , . .
Lois McMurry . ., .. ..
Mary Frances Brooks
Lanwood Brockett . ,
Maggie Linville ..
Nettie Lee Oldham ..
Marie Perkins .,
HILLTOP TATTLER STAFF
.. ,. ., Editor
. Assistant Editor
. ,. . ., ,, Business Editor
Iunior Class Reporter, Assistant Advertising Manager
...,,. r ..,.. , .. , Class Editor
. . .,..... ,. Club Editor
, Assistant Club Editor
F F F ,. .... . Sports Editor
Assistant Sports Editor
. . . Roving Reporter
F ,. ,.,,. , Alumni Editor
.. . . ,... Exchange Editor
, ., ,. Senior Class Reporter
A Sophomore Class Reporter
Freshman Class Reporter
Anne Bradshaw Bill Bell
STEPPING STONE , i
Etheridge Parker, Ir.
Shelby lean Parker
Walter Allen Grant
Frankie Fay Gregory
Ann Farris Woodmore
Arthur West Paine
Evelyn Ann Wright
DeWitt Woodmore, Ir.
Robert W. Kyle, Ir.
Ioyce Allen Brooks
Robbie lean Gregory
Iennie Sue Robertson
Betty lane Shoulders
Iimrnie Nell Bradley
Mary Iune Ward
Willie Neal Clark
Martha Bell Vance
Miss Dalton, Director
"We Were Sick"
PIANO STUDENTS: Shirley Pullias, Volene Belcher, Janette Hughes, Billy June Neely, Jimmy Bradshaw,
Lillian Gothard, Frankie Fay Gregory, Juanita Beal, Rebecca Robinson, Sue Cornwell, Marie Perkins, Bertie
Joy Gregory, Ann Bradshaw, Martha Vance, Ann Burnley, Sue Stubblefirld, Ethel Stone, Earlene Butler, Mary
Day, Hazel Willoughby, Martha Hardy. Sponsor: Miss Nelle Smith, VOICE STUDENTS: Ethel Stone, Marjorie
Duncan, Alice Gothard, Maxine McClanahan, Ann Shoulders, June Ward. CNOt Pictured? Margaret Stafford.
BOYS' CHOIR: John McCormack, Jo Sam Gross, Billy Ben Oldham, Shirley Frecdle, Jerry Hooper, Ferrell
Carman, George Jackson, Bob Wright, Kelly Gregory, Campbell Pullias, Billy Duncan, Ray Allen Duncan, tNot
Picturellil Jimmy Bradshaw.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Cecil Mai Bass
Martha Ann Gammons
Ida Garrett Herod
Mary Carr Haney
Willie Mai Stevens
Billy Dean Vance
Bobbie lean White
Mary Lucy Wright
Bertie Ioy Gregory
Miss Nelle Smith
Nat Wayne Vance ,... .. . ,....,,....A..,.. .. . .. . President
Travis Morgan .,,.,,.,. . .... Vice-President
Marjorie Duncan ........ ..,.n....,. S ecretary
Rosalie Cato ,... ., ....4.. Treasurer
lack Rankin . .. . ....., Reporter
Sloan Iobe ...... Coach
I. C. Pullias , . .. ...,....... .,.,.., ....,., S p onsor
Ioan Allen Ruth Duncan Dan Haynie ' Iim Satterfield
Marvin Bastian Truman Pendarvis Maggie Lnville Carroll Smith
Nate Bastian Ben Gregory Pauline Linville Iames Williams
Bradley Burton Billy Gregory William Massey lack Wright
G. C. Burton I. B. Gregory Billy Merryman
Edna Chamberlain Ierald Gregory george! lziuirnell NQT PICTURED
Mar Cothron Ann Gross ean o - -
Lassie Cunningham Billy Io Hackett Herman Thxompson Wlllle Mae Elmore
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Carroll Smith ..,. ......,.....,..........,........,... .,.......... C a ptain
Travis Morgan ,.r., A , A .,.... .....,.... A lternate Captain
Nat Wayne Vance Billy Meryman
G. C. Burton
Sloan lobe ..
., , ii.....,.,.,.,i Co-Manager
. V,,.....V.,....A....... ..,.. C o-Manager
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Lassie Cunninqham A .. . ,.., Captain
Rosalie Cato A , Alternate Captain
Billie I0 Hackett
lOCII1 Allen Marjorie Duncan
Maggie Linville Edna Chamberlain
Willie Mae Elmore . ..
?n,....4L.,,rLrl L LSTEPPING STONE
Ruth Duncan Lassie D. Cunningham
Rosalie Cato Gladys Ruth Maynard
Martha Belle Vance
Ethel Stone ,. , , .. .. ,. ..,. .. ..,,,. . .. Chairman
Eleanor Stone , . ,. L ,..t ,. , Sponsor
Mary Frances Brooks
Willie Mae Elmore
Edna Chamberlain Nina Dies
Martha Frances Cornwell Sue Frye
Carleen Carman Joy Gregory
Mary Cothron Mary Lynn Haley
Carrie Mai Stafford Sue Stubblefield
Sara Stafford Alice Ward
Bobby Sue Nollner
STEPPING STONEL rc
Below the hilltop on the school grounds, Kate Wilson Elementary School is
"tops" in our hearts. While we look forward to the time when we will advance
to the top of the hill, we must never forget our happy times here. We have
learned lessons at Kate Wilson School that will help us go on toward the top.
From grade to grade we pass, glad to go, but sorry to leave.
, STEPPING STONE ..-Tqll-...-
MRS. I. M. HIGHERS
MRS. IAMES GARRET
MISS EDDIE BROWN
MRS. M. H. DAVIS
GRAMMAR SCHOOL FACULTY
I. C. Pulhas ,,.,, ,..,.. . . . ,.,.. . ,.., .,... . .. , Principal
Mrs. I. M. Stalculp ,.........., Second and Fourth Grades
MRS. MARY HORSLEY
MRS. LEWIS BELL
MRS. DERYUS GREGORY
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