Tuscaloosa High School - Black Warrior Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

 - Class of 1946

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'U omx'zl5'.ll1llfvr'1i Al D l I - The Gold-Star boys of Tuscaloosa High School, who once knew well the pattern of our years. llLllllllllIlg'S. l'll'l1llli .lo1ws.Nz1sl1 lliv1',.lzu'k lii7:'.i1'e. Helton lloclson, 'l'I'1o111as I,ux'is, ,Ianu-F liorlopfzum. .Izuw-s llznfhl1L11'11.l,.lY. ljllllfilll. Joe- Allm-11 lI21yl1l1l'll. lll'LlL'1' lfwfli11p:v1'.lloml lla'C'1'zu-lu ll. IM-why lfilwf. 'l'lllllll1Q'L' llc-f'ulloL1g'h,llz1l lllllllilll. lflxxooll Ilcliiulm-X. Virgil I Ili:lui11lwotl1:.:m1.llr' 1vLw I-.X 1lor.IQo1m'l'y. Milton llL1:l.1'X.l..ll. llofmll-y,'I'-,111 .Iowa Hal I'z:ri-l,.lloL1ft-'11 lor 1'X.llIJlll1lIl1 l'f--1-xl,r1,W:1l1v-1' Pvrki: f. .lzmmv I . ,. l1'1cle.l,1lly , Y . lqflq , XX . ll. 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Pannell's successes have largely been due to ,QA an understanding of human nature and to a xy. thorough knowledge of the needs of modern school organizations. His willingness always to give kind assistance and his fairness on all occasions have made Dr. Pannell a valuable and popular member of our community. Dr H. C. Pumzcll Superinfcnflcnz' iff' l Miss Susie Mae Smith, one of tlie liusiest cogs in the inachinery ot' A our school, is also among: the almlest. Although she is not often seen hy the majority of the students, her influence is felt througrhout the school. A The city school lio,ird of Tuscaloosa is the link lu-tween the schol sjvstcin and the citizens of the ci nnnunity. The board menihers, Mr. Reulwen Wright, Mr. J. A. Duckworth, Mr. Gordon Madison. Mrs. Hamp Ricn rd- f son, and Mr. Harry Pritchett. meet with the superintendent to dete1'n1.ne if 8. the policies of the schools. 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Tllfjll-Iflfj, Slfffwflrfznrf. 11111111- lxwpz'ny . . . Reads for fun. Miss ICM Imxmm . . . Flwwf- ixfry 111117 lfmluyy . . . Falc- ulty 21lIViSt'l' fill' 1211111-1'u Vlulf . . . IQ happiest wha-:1 tl'ilYl'li!lg' or 1'L'2l.tlillQ'. Bins. IJ. Iifwfz E.-XRCIL . . lfflyffwlf, .N',ff1'f'lr. .Ifmf'nr17fsm . . . .-Xflviwx 115-I.fff' . . . Gzmws l'IllflL.Ni2lSIil' fwvvl' mu- sic. Mus. WIIALIAAI EIIIIIXS . . . flsxfxfmff 1- Ufrlffrlff . . . fill- jwys 1'vzuiir.u. I 451 i Q. ,..x" d .-, if A -. W av ,p-Ali" -A 6 i 'fl 5 'Q F3 ULCIJLE Mics. XX,xl.'1'i-:Ii l'l1,1lWl-IRS . . . Sprmfslz, Gluhrll Gvugrrlplflf . . . Sponsors Spanish Vlulu . . . Ilirecun' of Visual Phlu- cation . . . Is happy when sleeping' or lmittingr. Mics. W. G. fl.-XSTUN . . . Girls' 1'lIjfNI'l'III Iffluvzzfimf . . . Spmisors Lcaclers' Cluln . . , Aflmits she likes living lazy. MRS. W. A. GRAY .,.A llulhw- nzrrfivs . . . lim-S f2.IlCY wurk aixleiitly mul raises to tlw NH: pmww. MR. Y. C. GRHSSET . . . liiblw . . . lirilioys woiliiiig with young' pa-ople. Miss liizmi: GL'L1.m' . . . .l1'lfliI'lHllfIAf'N .... -X 1lVisvs 13111 VL' ll'arrf1'ur Busim-ss Steiff . . . ls an urrlviit lm-iivli wzitm-liew. Miss Imiw'1'1iY .JAMES . . . lrnftlflrlflllf Hume' fLt'fnm11f11's . . . Sgwxisoiw lfuturc Hummi- nmkeix nl' .-XlllL'1'lC'Ll . . . ls fzivwlialflu lu tennis. l'0214llIl2' zxml hiliiiigx fi-43 1 x . 4. ?'n,a,.,,. .-4 ,f ,iii mi? ff? w 4 -1MlQ'innp QA N vfw -WVKQ S, I ,Mgfv ,M wa- Mag, , C I I wg, ff'-7 C. YT:- .B-4' A I Q. 4'1" -.QP Mics. H.'XIllill-1'l"l' l'Rl'I'VlllE'l"I . . . ,-iff, .ll1'f'lHrnfrrll llfufl- fng .,.. 'Xmlvises lllurlf Il'frr VIUI' Art 512111 . . . ,-Xg'l'e1-zllvlc lu paintingg, Imwling, um SXYilNlllil1Ll'. Mus. Hrmix, I'1u'k:'1"1' . . . INN- hl'f2ufl':'1' l','rlf:f'1lff1fn , , , Ring In-zulm' of ILO. Vlul, . . Swims :xml like-s it. Mlss Alun' li. liulm' . . Tvjfjlibfljj . . . Pinliuys hUl'5l'lP2lL'lx 1'icii11g'. 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I' H X 1 'N Q1 i A, XX- Q L fo ULU" Cm Wx Thr' www'-c'f1fIz'ng, lzzuzgry Iunclz lim' 1 if i n I i x HIlfl'lfCA' lines up 1l'l.fh maids, Lnucile Richard- son, Annie Bell Lczz'emIer, Anniv ,Une Harris, and fllrlrjl Crmlf. Mrs. Eddins hmrlx the fefzchers' lunch fable. YQ ,RN f Ly. "3" f ,HeNf?g:,,k ffm ., . fwhgygiziwwwggzkv K ,ygofw N , A: w 1, ,L QQ, ,riia vw, 7 -Q., is hai Nm, www 5 , 0 ff',wwff,ag4.,,,'5fmmwM f M, ' fN'w7f'Q5'F4yfmMW , lg. :Ana X542 z ,"',w92'f?W4 2, ' 443- .wwf fy? , f9?Q"'f ww, M M W W, ,, k U 'H-f2w'fX,fZ"W'Z" 'MV-14,17 'MMU Q' at 7 ,4 1-y. . M. , , vZ1'f1fN'w, Q", wt .W A P4 ,, , MEM . ,g V 'W Fill IHXI' lflll XlIlli ill1l'XL'2il' 1'l'Is uiiflotl groiul start ueuli-r the lmnln-rsliip nt' tht- Stu- ilvnt Vouncil. liezulwl hy liilly fiXX't'l1. president: Sonny l'low4lcn. 'tice-president: Nlary lizitlivrim- Sinith, secretary: and John Vun- ningrhani. trcasurt-r. Bliss Clara Yerner serves as ".L1'LllllC, philoso- pher. and friend." Beginning: with the "hook slip" project thc first week of school, thc Vouncil continues throughout tht- yt-ar to work toward thc smooth and hap- py running' ot our school. The Student Council this year has sponsored a series of :notion pictures, a ,group of three 'in per- son" attractions, and the st-cond annual T.H.S. t'arnival. The Student Uouncil docs niorc than secure entertainnit-nt for the student body. Its niain purpose is to act as a clearing' house for all the students. STl'lJI-INT tfOl,'Nl'lI. MEMBERS: sf X, 55 lliss l'lnru. l'rr'si'dcnf Owvn, l'r'r'e'-I'i':'sirlwft l'lowrIc'n, Sl'l'1'l'flll'!l Sm llllll Tl'E'IlNlll'6'I' flllilllliigllllill uw plvnsefri 11l'l'I' Sfndcnt flflllllflf plums. Sitting, clockwise: Xe-1rff1i1,' Vhrisf- . lung flUl1'lllllll,' Hir'l11l1'flson,' Uwwig lll'l'llf'l',' l1'cllllrop,' .-1i',i1sfm1ig.' Sn11'fl1,' .lones, D.: .llllfjllljff Iirelrmd. Stand- ing, left to right: Hlil,Illl'll,' Phillips. l'.,' 1'Inu'cIe'n,' Hufc'liI'f,' Plzillips, E.: KI,-ww .lmws, IV.: Sfr1'r-lflflnfl: F1411- llfllyllll nz ,' .lIlll1l'S1lll,' t'onyers. SJAOOK ggLlfL1l l.iii i Hi AJ hx mul? 1 1 ca -L55 U I 5 a. Ai? X 1 I ,: ll ln! , ogvlc X Q 'Q E 5 S X .v E 43 v M . X5 V: 'ia Q -Qi' S V v ' xy le. .I ' xg Il U UXIX A 19' xv . ,W " Q . ",' D "VO URS xg. .vs Lllazfrfgf imr'm'.w nZ'Z'7' Slllllfjl rx XX Q NXUX NXT AN' . x . f IVY' 1'f'r1r'lI flu' llrffr-Hvrlf nllrrlf. PM uXU.x XWUA V - AKG NA VL ' W . "'3Tf-5?-'WS' , . . 1' In-,w1'1 F1 Hflflll fwwflff ff'z'nm rs 111111111 fluff lflllIflI frm fm file ff' 1vf1'rfrfIv Chfznzpion bond .w'IIers, Julia Lump- kin and JIIIIKIITII Ifhodes, lead the 1101111- tiful hnwest of our Ifzxt zictory arm drive. T.H.S. band marches proudly up Broad Street to launch the Victory War Bond Drive. jrni awuwt ffm V1 Il X .jglftflftnfllflf -lvnnif' lirfnarn girls prlrlf hot, dogs for sale' nf 11 lmmr' gamv. C'Iocku'isf'.' C'adelf,' Sv!- Iersq Sff'nll10rs,4 Smifhq Ffmter: Hale. 'if .Ilrmy hunrls Hlfllff' lifflf' uwrlf rrwl lufx nf Inn. Dlrginx, II'f'IH,lllIlI1l6',, Gullnlev, Puffy, and High ulffwr zvillfng lmurls. Row I: Tem- 1' wsu ll ,' llvn- nf'ff.' Snlifll, I, .' H n I rx f li rf u H 1 Spain ,' Frrflvlf .' Half, F.: Husxril. Row II: Se'zvvll: Hiz'l.'x,' Hffndrilfsi lluilrfyi Fosfmg' HI!-fvf'SflIf,f'l',' Lfzncrrsferq Wash: .XIflI'I'flIH4H'l',' I J, H611-iff. Row III: IIrn1c'n,' King: I A 9frufl1e'2'S,' Higlrg Hnllryq Fnrrlg " Fury: Smifh, JI. K.: Svllwrs: 0'Ifwnr,' X Tuu'usr1nrl,' Eflnmnflxg IIYl'fSlIflHIjJf'I.' Kny. , , ,, . . , , . . - I , Row IV: .lfm1Ifn1,' Smiflz, JI. .l.,' SfIIIIIl'lII'fll.' BLTFTIRQEIE I fi'flHllII'l',' lflmrlvsq 1,flffQ'I'SlPll,' Hull: Hpndvrsnn, SWIM. ' '.'. I u illflfxg Sang If ,I .N.,' .Ilf'.ll11l1m1,' .lm'du11,' H1'nrlw'sm1, K.,' Ingram. - .f I, ., . M' In-ns ....... IIICTTY I-MINE ry, '- - - gm ffm 7 GLW BUYS' HI-Y IH-esidmzt ..... LEoNAR0 MURPHY Vice-Pwesiflenf ..... BILLY OWEN Sm-rotary ...... CHARLES EDYVARDS Trwlsllrel' . . . . EARN!-IST CURTIS He'porfer . . . . JACK CABANISS Row I: Telleg Poe: Hzzbbfzrdg Cade,- Finflley, C.: II'er1r1eI,' I'6"I!f'11,' Hill. Row II: Hnfflmck: PfU'fI1Il4',' Cabri- nissq fJ1i'?II,' Jlurphy,' Ellzwrzrdsg Cur- fis: I"n1'nbl'6,' Jluorer, Row III: IVz1Idrop,' lIm'nmgI1S,' Dn- Le'f',' Snz1'U1,' cvlll'y,' Hlvssvllf High: .llvTf'w',' IVeuz'f'1', .l.,' .lnnes, 17. Huw IV: Smillz, H.: l"usfer,' I1'1'l- burn: .Yeiglzhorsg IVe'f11'er, f'..' Fifrsg lJf'lbr'1'cIge,' I:I'f'IIlIld,' Grz'e'n,' .lmws, II'..' f'rmpw',' f"f21lU6'y, -l.,' Hl1f'ff1'jj' hf',:'fnH. lkivwuln 11' . : - ef gm fin W .. iii , is is , 5 . 10, 4, , s '31 . f KX? Q 31" WV 'X .j, f, - A .3 ,9 ,+- f A ,AVV f ' 4. ,V , ' 4 0. ngx 47? ,ix t 4,1 g 6 4, P ggi? . N, 59- 6, V 4 , , 'A 22 51 sf iii? 3 'rf -x1.'-' 7' , " Q any ' ' F YJ' -73,3541 Q 159 ,--S, as ,K , , - ' y I lx wi' 14 f. n lx jfs, A y I ' - aff? 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Row Ill: AlIllllIS,' ll.llHllf'l',' D11I,f'f': ,lunlesg .lonvsq H111 Hwrren, .l.,' llv1lHl!l'6', T.,' Herren, ll.: Allen: Roberfsg lV6IIs,' D11 vis ,' Horne. How IV: Hec'i'es.' Pf1rfIo1v,' Darcy: Shnnzblin, H.g lfel- borng Ll'1l'lS,' .lrmflonq Hayes: Snzellvy: Shrlmbliiz, J.g Sexton. Row V: .lIu1'yun,' DifsI,rrfff's,' 1'0Ill'f'I',' Ii'orIenberi'y: olsg llYliIlIIH'I'l'Il,' .loinerg f'u11b,' I'lflI'flhI'l'. I rrwll' rxfilit C6 . ereg omefdm The eighty piece Tuscaloosa High School Indian lland. lllllll'1' the direction ot' 1'a1'leton li. Butler, has made this one ot' its most sur-c-essful years. llesides playing for innunieralwle bond and pep rallies and footlmall games, it has also bsen featured in parades, out- oi-town trips. and t-onu-rts. Many of the best players were featured in first and second chair positions in the All-State UA" and "B" Bands at the Annual Music Festival. True to tradition, the Indians continue to he the liacklmone of our school. Folonrl Carleton K. Butler Goinsq f -""" Nucl:- ef Q Hlifjll-.Wfl'1I1l1'I1fl Hrf'Iun fl pn.w's zrlflz nmjnr- fffffnw, f'rn.w.w, Ivff fo riglzf: Gnfnx, Puffon, Ifwlrlnd, fi!-1n'f'S, I,1r11'1'e11c'f'. Sfzfnz of up 7 Y in lie Wm H iJI'Uf'f2-CI' -f0l'IlIllfI.IllI nf "fir-fl T" .vff'p.v: f'lz11n1puf1111', Iwgfd, Frrlgrmlf , M M J ,.,...---1 JA 41.1 lim? hw s "l11Ill'T.H.S., H'4"U 7fc'f1'H1 in flzff , nuff -f1l1'UH1' Hn,yf4g-U,-,ffm . . 'T X - -, V AIM K, ,l t.x,:M,lq1v2u1x . -N, 1 naw Q. 1- - .-A .xg .' 5 ffx 'I f v 53.414 'ff ' 'f W-. W' x - . . Q , L J ,' Jf Y A X 2 . ,, , w , a:ff,Lf,':f', K 2'5""'3,"i , ' X X Qxqx lx' U. '. ,M s ' L65 x 1, 18 356 . x.. 3, ' 4 'ilk , Q 1, , ,Qi K ' ix Rx' f -4. 4' ' Q - .1- 1 ,x.,.r' ' A , '11 , .Y , T ,aug . . yr ,: 1 'gf ' ' ' v my' , f 'f . , .r.-7, , ' mv 1 -my u Uv., 5- K M, . 5 xnxx M161 ' ? . 221 ,..,25fsff4+ff ' 'N I . H, 7:-.347 1 as 'Iwi 1' 1.,Q"A 4, , V I I A, . as 70 29 40 ,M as s 20 Q' -. -' Wm ew EG .3 M A, W K ,I ,251-ww ,,, i WMM ' ' C D., ' gg , , f , Y yf- ..,f C ' ' , .A.au.'w N " 'A 9 W Q4 f " 9 , , 1 ' ' . J' 1 'f I 0 V , 2 Q .e 24 7' ni, at A 5? 3, 1 A ' ' 55 45? ' an 25 U , V :E QTQ Q k ,mfr 5-'i ! Q3 2. . 77 LVVL QI' QUQV' Llfeo . . . The traditional granie with County High was a hard played gaine. with the Bears having a lone' touchdown run called back. Both teams played hard. but when the final whistle blew, County High was on the long: end of a 20-0 score. For the next game the Bears took to the road. ljourneying' to Anniston, where they were handed a 18-ti defeat. Tuscaloosa got back into the winning' eolunin by trouncing Parrish High of Walker County by a score of 18-0. Bibb County High School came to Tuscaloosa the next week. Bibb County was favored, but Tuscaloosa played a good game, getting many scoring chances. The Bears finally cashed in on one of these and tied the final score 6-6. The last frame of the season with McGill Institute was played in Mobile. After running: the opening kick-off for a touchdown, McGill led the Bears at half-time 19-U. The second half saw both teams scoring twice. The final score was Mt-Gill 532. Tuscaloosa 12. Conch Moore talks with Capfczizz John Robert Lee and Alferimte Eddie Conyers. l'l1ur!ie IIHf!'1lI'HNllll, rfylzf lf11Ir'h1rz'!.' l.n1'ef111' Fo f1l'11er, 1" If I IA? lffrf f . zgr 1rrj2frl'l.' lfl'6'1llIl'!l 1,f'Il'l'N, lejff 1 1 X r mf. , 2' Kfgabfigghm f ik 2 fn x - rw, ,E 4 i 7 . eau fo: n ff- 'rx A Y ' ' . . www ' f ' if if-f .. 'T Q , .,, , Wa. i I Q1 SFf"F"' . 'f ' ':1fE1? 2 f 1 fs bi. fi, ,lay f 1 x - ' 1 ' I ' . H . X' f J 1 , '. W 'TM A f' . - X ' I, lxf W if -. .W . 7 ", K ' ,, A A ,311 - J ' Q 5 g y 5 4-, 5 5 "J , ,. ,.. . B Z I4 N Q f ' X A isQ?w7:w1.J!ff"'L1' 'Q' ' -Q 'Q ,,.f....,-fy. . ,. ,V , X 491 xy xi ,f ff I fl' ,- ,, Sr- f S xt? 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How III: ,1lfmre,' Lee: Tantg C'1114'tho1'11 HlIfl',ll-IlSllll,' .N'i.f,' .llillsg 0',YPul,' flfnyers -lmlfw. llmlx 1 Black Burr sponsors pow 11-ifh Hwfz 6'SCOI'fN.' Cam? I"z'ndIay,' Jlnrgnrvf Wellx Clifford JI1fIIz'n.w 5 Jlarinn Alma .Iuudon John RoIwrf.wn,' ,Uury Puffy. JQQQAEQM O! fha Billiff .Ycflsonq Bffnniv 1'f1nghs,' Vz'cforz'n dvn: Franlfic' O'I3cur. C'11pfr11'n John Roherf Lee cmzgrfffnlcffes nfzrf INCIIJS Cllllflllhll Pdf l,angstm1. Cv,-C'c1pff11'11 Eddie Cnngfrfz-.Q 1l'Z.Hh6'S his .wfccfaw good luck dzzring thc' next season. Tizir Q Xnrrr1nmre,' Cecil Bur Hon'nrd,' Sonny Plow- N01 P ,L 4 -i - x Mu . s X' . 'NU jOOfAOL! 80L:50lfL Jlr. Lrrmrrr Brfr11sc'fm1f1. mfr well I.'nmf'n fnn,wfn1rr.wfe1r, 1f'fQIcrmz4f.w r gw,wz'.w fn fha fu-wlfy-fifth Annual Hlrlrlf Hun' Ifmfflmll Iffrizflmff. - ls U ' Cowl me .d5' tbl of fJ1"m,x,tL'Yv vxui um' ox-11. .Add 1 lqf, uwx Xxx -KV T- 501- KN N kim 1'lQ bums inc X 0 ll X . ut 0 , K 11 Glu 5 but W" tfvm' l?l'IlIl1.E' ,Yrrrrafflm-ff, mr-nrred by Frlpfrzifl Jnlzn Hnbvrf Lee, lmuls the czuffmll ffmfbull dance in flu' High Srlmol gym. Alive Orr and llilly Ilffhhrfwrl hffm- thru: in lI'I'f,l lwfhhlzfs, i ,T 6 K. ,ik ,L nclz Jlfmrc gZ'l'l'-Y NS ll Irm'fIm1'n on ' flyers, mul ll p1'1'1'1'1f14' of H14 wing smrmnf, IZZVLCJ lI!MlfLf8If' 77 f kd - L' EBQH A R I 455 'W M 5+ Qki QQ ,1 5 qqi 9 rf 5: Q4 6 ,yfy Z :Xm"q Q Q4 X9 Qxsflvliz X C 0 f - Y K' , Q 'r"' ff 7 1 1 ' I 1 ,s ,- K F ' if Q Q O N mu 'Q X u 1 R uv., 15 'ie' A A if 9.1 9 . 3-rl - 'i3?,Lm' ' fig? 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A-w Paz' Gentry and Jlarflzrz Tyla: clecorafe ll free for Social Ed. xSlZ8lfL6!77 Hi-Y Chorus sing carols for the stu- dent body-left to right: Ingram ,' Snzithg Ton'nsend,' Ford: Holley: Hendrix: Hinton. Hz'-Y Clnlz stage Christmas Pageant -left to right: Bron'n,' Flon'ers,' Sfephensg Cash: Kay. Melina Cash, as Mary, bends ozfer the criln. Emily Kay, ax Joseph, keeps zrafch while the angels sing "Joy to the World." Angels: Pafy: Brans- COIIll2,' Sjlfllllj Janflon: Fosfer: Pat- lemon. I- frfz I ' wr 'ffl f'f'n fllllll-Nl-I ff., ,iff Nfffflfnffx of flu' rl, fl,n1mr. Tlzvir fvrjnflflw fwmrlf. llrs. Svl1f14Qr'.f'e'r. 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Row III: .Ilwn1gun1ef'y, I'.,' Sf'11ers,' S1HI!H,711AIl, .l..' Grzrlfiyq Errfns. 1 jc ing HlllllIHilEi!i1,lllXI1lL Iliisym-z11'Ihc Ili-11 Viuss 1 nnnrll inmlv nn-nu covers for the' buys in thv NHYY, Iniukiiiziiks for snlclii-rs fin- i'hi'is1inz1f. nut cups and Inman hugs ini' the N elm-i'z1iis Hospital. spoiisswvrl il Yzilvntine pzirty fm' uhililrvn, z1n4l hclpcrl the vluihing ml rivv. Row I: l'1lfy,' C'ur1f'r,' .'I1l'."Il1lll1'1',' lim'- by: lfclnmifrlsmz. Huw II: Spuiug l"m'1ws.' lliwlcs.: l1ffr1'1f.' Kwrlf 1111115 ,llm-lf1n'f'. Huw III: I'f'1'1'11,' .'1I1!lIlXllI1,' Hull: Ilfmfllf .Ilf11s,' .SIl1Il11f'jj,' .lur1111n. fi'l'MlII IIIINIM l'I"I'IfIQ Although the XVZII' over. the Stain Foiiiinitten- has un tinucml to sm-II vi tm-y stumps and 1 k 1- L- p our Minn Man flag LID. How I: Puprh' CIVIII u'nrr1,' IVurr1.' Ffrlli 7I'fl1l.' f'.'1'unx. Huw II: I1 I1 f' 1' I S11r11I1'4n'f1l J .Ilnrr fI4llll'1l111l1,' 11i'6'l'1I. 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Wm, AVNA W Buster Xezrfon, cz mlzffrlzle mem- ber of the Motion Picture Com- mittee, is seen returning lrifh ll reel of film. Charles Dzfrie and Viefor Fried- We really owe U lol fo our "nzoz'z'e-rwnnerS" for their llllffllllllg help in bringirzg NS better pie- tzzre shows. They are, leff to right, Bob John- son: James Caraway: Bemzeff Bernmn: owl Murphy Jurlice. A ' ' ' ' ' - -W :LJ vig: A f., -V ' 2 A 2' ' - 1 4 wma X man are seen darkening the z11fclz'tm'z'zfnz for U nzorie. Iwrzyx - "1 l,lllHgllll glfifilfi'l'qlX'l'fi I Our stutlent library assistants help the librar- ians in the work of making: our library 21 great reservoir of material. There are 25 members, who ,fret a credit for the work they flu. Huw I: li'llll11n1s,' Gibson: liewlq .lc'ffw'y,' l"usf1'1',' Heins: Tillvryg lim-k,' Payne. Huw II: .lluflzlsq Posey: l"r1rfflflin.' Tnflflj Lrrzr- lessq IlIcHin1n1mf. How III: Trmlq .Y1'.",' Hicks: Sfull1mrflz,' I1mu'r1,' llwmlf'il.'s,' lngrrzmg Bisliup. FSIHINISH ITILH Meeting every two weeks, the Spanish Club enjoys interesting programs abuut our neighbors in Mexico anal South America. The members promote gfoofl-neig'hbor policies and help us to celebrate Pan-American Day. IH-vsiflcnl ....... .lonx CUNNINGHAM l'It'E'-I,I'f'Slllf'Ill . . . . . IIIILDRED RnoDEs Svwcfury-Tre-usffrw . I'lI,0RI-INCE XVEISIIAMPICI, How I: lflmflvsq ll'l'I'SlIllllllIl'l, 1".,' f'1n1ul11gl1r1nl. Huw II: High: JlI!ll'C6',' 14lllIl'flHll'l',' TUIVIISFIIII, .'lI.,' Tozrnsenrl, D.,' Hrllc, C.,' SlUgIll,' Hale, F. Huw III: lx'llll'an,' lVlllllllIlS,' I"arn1e1',' Tenlrfrsmlg Sellers: Russell. Row IV: Weislzunzpel, .l.,' I:lH'I'1lllglIS,' .lolznsonf l'r1ync,' 1:l't'l!lIld. Ilnw V: l"lfm-ers,' Jllrrplzy. LATIN CLUB The Latin Club is made up of Latin students who have a 7 average. Their purpose is to learn more about Roman myths and legends. I',-esidenf . . . . JANE PATY lvlt'?-Pl'l'SI'Il!'lll . . . DITSY FORD Secretary . . . CUNNIE CARTER 7'reus1n'er ........ HENRY MUURER How I: AflllI'I',' 11e11clrz'clfs,' I7nI.ec,' Fiffsp High, -I.: Klrlrq High, L.,' B1'affnH,' Albrlglzfg Tenzersnn. How II: Omg' Przfyq I"w'rl,' C'zlrlcr,' .llourcrg llIfll'fl,' Pr1rl.'e1',' I'rtlmm',' Hlll1', F.: Russell. Huw III: lfrrrnsg Hlmsicl.'cf',' Iiyurzf C'llllllIl'!l!f,' I-'lxlzf'w,' Keel: King: Hale, F.: limlneffq I-lSllll'jl,' Swu'1'll,' flullfjj. Iinw IV: I,1'lfr1lrl,' Hurrlsq l1'llllfln1S,' Kylcq .llc-Tz'f'f',' lIfIl'll1IIl',' Jones: llul.'cr,' Un..-ff'r,' lzifffllllf 1'lIII'llll'I'. lf.'ll'llill.-I lll.lQll The fl2llHL'l'il C'lub has been in the process of It'1l'L1'Zl!llZ2iIlUIl this year. Their object has been tu learn tn make better pictures, and they have Izimmwtenl this by uffering' an uwarml to the stu- dent who has mzule the must prng'rcss. Huw I: .lfflicct l1'illlr1ms,' .lullnsm1,' llcrfnun. Huw II: Y'lmnfpxn11,' Ilurncs, 1..,' Tuffy' I,lfI'll',' .qlf'fjIll,' l'r1rl.'fr,' llrlrncs, lf, Huw III: ll'1'rrt'wr,' llaywsf lJwu'llng,' Slwgrll, ll.: l'rIff'.'i1'lt',' l,I'llf'll.' l1rlr1'is1f11,' llilllm,-ff. Iltmw IV: ll.fyl11's,' l1'f1ll,' Sllelmrrl,' Iliff. Huw VY: lffffrf11.'f.' ll'zrlflfffp.' SHUI. I IiI.lllf lIl.lfH Um' f'l1ffrffs .Ilffsiv fj1'l1l'l1 11111101 yrwnfly M mfr 4lfarHfu1 fum 111-11 HWIIIIYH fff1'N ywrr hy flwir snnyx rlflrl sun!! in Hu' .Ilusiv I'I4'NfIl'II1. gmffg Near: ll1'11nxz'1m1b,' Spain .xvlllllllflf K1lI'g1If,' Andm'sm1,' Hun Sl-!'ln'!'V,' Jmfes. Huw II: Hlulfey' Spencc'r,' Wnlfv .II fl 1' I 11 fr Pj 1ii1'l.'lf'y,' Ifurrfmylzs Iluilffyg Hugglfz' S M111 ICU rflz f'lIIIl!lUl'V.' Byars, .l.,' Ifyrlrs, If. Kvy. lfnssffllg KV?IlllIlI,' I'n14g1z11,' .Hills WOM A0144 ffm micioww ORCHESTRA 1710 Ori-lzvsfru ix u new Ill'f1'l'ffff in our salma flfix ywzr. If is ll rlwcfrl- III nxsrf und has of l1'1'1'lI mfwll vlljnylrimlf In HS. .L, ' ing, left to rigrhtz Gefnfryf U'Sfeen,' Lump- ,' Irnxxi Erlrylwf TlllI1'NfI1N J l'Iu1f-flew' Vfmzrfff. Standings: Tylw,' High: IIIlll'll,' Jlrm- ll'll1lI'l'f'. ' fllli, lII'l'l'C'fUI' of fha' m'f'lzw,wf1'u lrlf1'1'l1 Nerf' fffjnyfrl by ull. 7'll1'!f mlm, lfvlprzl ,mf uwflz flu' frlwnzzwll Huw I: 1fl'fI1l'l.lH',' Ii'if'1111rdS.' Ful- Ruw III: I'r1fy,' S1l'lIHIl,' Davis, .l'InInne,' Hen1Iw'sm1,' Syring: Wil- son: Sl.'ffIfvn1,' Sf1'gf'r,' JUIIIISIJII, How IV: IIvllff'l'S,' f'uIImr11,' Kirk, llnoflzj Genfryj Gillilflndf Slwp- lzvrrlg I'nz4'0II,' IIQCHSJ Hnzvrrrrl, , uf I 1953? k f L ,K N A ,f , 5 :L f 37 5 N V E 9:5 Q 1? Jw .Yr BEARS ,.-XXX 15 4 i- ! uv, 23-'N 5 QEAIS x ,El 'U 8 Xlfix. "' -.1 w ff. I xx my 1'-. ,. ,M 51 Q" "'a if ULVL lf1fL Olf'Q fiH'lfillN'Ei The Tuscaloosa C'ag'e1's were, for thc first time, under the direction of fillflfd C1011 Hrilpgfppy C. P. Newdonie, forinerly of Moliile. The team was slow in getting: to a start, but finished up the season in fine fashion. The Bears ended the season with the county championship, having! won 112 ganies to their oppon- ents 6. SCORES Tuscaloosa 21 Gorgas 229 Tuscaloosa 235 Berry . 39 Tuscaloosa 238 Gorgras 22 Tuscaloosa 221 County High 21? Tuscaloosa IRT Gordo 127 Tuscaloosa Ill! Fayette 22 I"m'1r'm'fl ICM! Sfl'Zi1I11ll C1HIH'f1I,IlH1f1I'I'!'H l"or1f'rr1'rl I,rrz'firnri I'lfl1l11i'iI!'l' L ML Ma! . . . HllllIlHll Tuscaloosa Ce-ntervillu If Tuscaloosa Bxwmkwoml 211 Tuscaloosa Holt 27 Tuscaloosa Moundville 10 Tuscaloosa County High 534 Tuscaloosa Holt 141 TLISCZIIOUSZI Berry 531 Tuscaloosa Fayette 4b Tuscaloosa County High 20 Tuscaloosa Moundville 212 'I'usculm1sa Brookwuod 21' 'lhsczllonsa Gordo 112 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 'lllsczxluusu 41 Rzunsey SS fovertimel 'I'1lbC'2llHllSil 28 XValke1' County 41 Gfmrfl Rfclmrd Lcfzrzk Fm fm' Ifflly .fllrlf II1fx.w'1I Gzmrd Drum!! 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Royalty, court, justice, band, and chorus groups on gala night of carni1'al. ,x'1',r:g,- Mx X ' ff 1,1112 .-49 ggi' W S - 1 5 4 2 , 'Q Betty Marie Wilson shoots the bull's eye.. whether she practices archery or not. l!LlfL OLVL The Girls' Physical Education Depart- ment has accomplished much this year. They have participated in such games as volley ball, ring tennis, golf, kick-pin, badminton, basketball, and also archery. A few tournaments have been held between the classes. They were very successful. The Leaders' Club is a group of girls selected from the individual classes for the purpose of representing the whole department. In case any difficulty should arise in the department, this group of girls could be called together on very short notice. The Leaders' Club also sponsors dances and other enjoyable activities. All the girls in the Girls' Physical Education Department have tried and succeeded in making Physical Education a most enjoyable subject in school. Lljllllllillii ELUB Presiclent BETTY HUTCHINS Vice-president ELAINE DEMENT Sccreta ry-Treasu rer FLORENCE UNDERwooD Reporter .5il,l'f,l"f'1U0 NELL YVALDON lfLlfL Spring days Iwifzg auf H10 1f'f'ulff'1' .vf'.c'. M Left to right: Hvl- f' Ivy, f'l1rr1ll1If'r, Bro 11' 11, V11 111' lf, H jf fl 1' s, SfllIl!I1'f'I'I', i'Q'1,11.'f I1rr1'1'N. fvlijlflllllfl lim' up for fl Ifwsnzl in golf. .' fx-52 " 4' fiyhfg' 'ay We 81 5 gig: X , x lmflz .1IONfflUlHI'l'jl gwws to .wlmnf Il goal. Jenn RIISNGJI yfffurrlx fmwurrl Jlrfrff' Fz'lw.w in fl r1'ofm1.w gnnzff of brmlrvflmll. 1rl'!fvlu -v atv XX AGNA QC ,aut xxx Q x A lg, X W X XX X tx K ex xx ' x 5 X5 Ole x X9 is wx. lf'LlfL THE BLACK l llllfll '1 H 'X xi' Typing-Editor qczrfll assigns flu- ics. Seated: Pirkley and For . Standing left to right: Darby' 'Il au' ' ffU'lI" Szviizdle' 'ifruflzers' and Seuirll. f'n1y-lvrifer edifor Pafy zwrlfs zviflz Ie' suff. eated, o ripfh: Curtis: Iiooneg Fisher: Przfy, .l. Standing, eft to right: Cll?llliIIgllfllIl,' Wiley: Pafy, JI.: Morton. XL XXX viva K A Wax ,x K QW TXXL-:Q N S-.X Y NN X 0 x0 Xxx X X' N 0 XX The publication of our yearbook, The Black Warrior, is a task which cannot be accomplished without the cooperation of all staff members. Editor-in-chief, Emily Kay, and assistant editor, Sue Temerson, under the wise and careful super- vision of Miss Elizabeth Rose, have worked ener- getically and unceasingly with the editorial staff to assemble this book. The efficiency of Miss Rubye Gulley and the ability of Managers Huffstutler and Dugzins, along with the hard work and enthusiasm of the business staff, have made the financing of our annual possible. Not to be forgotten is the art staff, whose job is to lend life and color to the book. Art editor Carolyn Anchors, Adviser Pritchett, and their staff did not lav down their brushes until this was accomplished Hi 0 tr Q ff' , W wamleil Maw ff? fl V ,H at 4' ' 1' A V 'P' 0, , .Q -J' img 4 .1 y .V 6 L 4. -l'- J A "1-' ff-5 'Q as ,,,, Qi! Q V1 1 ig in 1 f f f- . Q' Higgs Nj A' Q S? Q .5 QSM ? ,,, gs' 'vw -' if ' W .-:: 2 W 'E VL' , d My i ' ,::.- V , E '1:' ,ig ,K , Etna. 5 In 1 1 ,fly mg A LT' M s gm Z, W yn sg W I 'T QW .. 5 'Q 'V riff' ,QL s 4, Af, H . 1 'f k -uf . Q K , 'yy 'X if J " ix ' K V, .A W I 4, ,- ug, .,. X, in QEFZQZNGQ 3 W - ' 5, A 1 - J kj V . '4 Q Mt' Q, Q. f M Y ', :fu nw 'X 0 fs, ,f '75, ' 7 o 4', Y fl' ffm .f it Elll'l'lllll:Xl. !i'l'pll'l' An outstanding day each month is the one which brings an edition of Hi-Lifc. Ifcflfurc 11'r1'fers zrorlf on copy. L1-ft .gi Qcliws Nlil1il"ll 5. . . 'EM' 5 R dim ASS Willa 2116 A C SZXX 5- wile if 006 In its pages the students find reviews of speeches, ac- counts of football games, announcements of contest winners, club news, and in- formation about all other school activities. Editing Hi-Lifc requires hard work by Editor Mildred Rhodes and the editorial staff. Each dead-line must be met promptly. The job of financing' the paper goes to Business-Manager Betsy Ann Smith and the business staff. Tying' these two staffs to- gether to produce a good newspaper is the work of Mrs. D. H. Eargrle, faculty adviser. Typing staff of paper. Seated, left to right: VVilliams: Smith: Un- 1leru'oofI: Litllc: .llc- I? im nz ff 11. Standing: llvI'I'g'lf,' C'arter. to right: .X'czvfo,f.' .llffrplzgg Tem- ersow: Tyler: Ii'i!wy,' High. rtx QCL U85 L.-193 8 Hl'filNIIFifi Fi'l' XH' liusim-sf stuff ut' Ili 1.fvI1'. , ,, , fum' II lH1'nfw','l21'frns I"f,sfrf',' 1:!ll'f4'jf,' 11.171 gf lx'fny,' Srf1rvfl.' Spain. Huw II: Arlrzmx Ilmmfy' .XFHIJ IJWIIIHII Smfflfj .Ut'Tr'r'r',' lim'- fnflw 1'uQf1'1' Hqxv Ill: Ilffgiffy' lifff rlfll ,' .lluffmsg AX mf-ffm ffrlrrfxj U wfrf4'f,' lim'- ,-1, If ff ff xg l'rrHr'1.f.w flfrllr1lr'1'5 .1lf'Ilunf1'f. .g- lc 7 HQ in A Q949 0 fflfff fgi. ,Iv . aiu, . zzz A871 631 fl!!! DJPLZF 1 4. 0? 'S' I , 1 f fry. 0110! 'fp 1 r 4, 3 Bailey Biclfley Boone Carlck Hlllllllllll Harris Huffsfuflcfr .lfmrlou H11 odvs Sellers Smffll, lf. Slllllfll, JI. K. The height of every seniors ambition is to be tapped into the Honor Society. Eligibility for this organization is based on character, scholarship, leadership, and service. The Druid Chapter of the National Honor Society, estab- lished in 1925, was one of the first to be formed in Alabama high schools. C1rnn1'nglzr1H1 Kay OVL Olf' Jlurphy Ftlzeridgc 4--si YW' avv 11' 'gfhf Evans Foster Gullulee Gilliland Oliver I,Ufff'l'SlHI Plmrflen Prezriff Spain TIIUIIIIISUII l1'l1ife Ifriglzf ociefg Its emblem, the flaming torch, and its motto, "Light is the Symbol of Truth,', signify the goal which its illustrious members have chosen to strive to fulfill. ,f 221 eniom Pletszfleut Gfeen and T we pleazflenf 1:1111 curls lock alms 'lblfh Semefruy Chclmpagne ut pmt ut wah hdvt lean ou Nllcllnlf lllg' onex U1 the um 1 cu xxtll .is OI ue Dllllllg' oul fl6Nl'll11clI1 xeal lnttu and fltClNlVL lmttlex une hun-' fought Ill e lf t 01 ICKKOD1 ul 111111101 Xedl IIOLIL t It a t one NIC Ll 1 ttlt and the ow dVk3.ltLil peau -Xnrl thle, oul Nenlol ual hae hun uell flllecl xxlth plolmlemx of IQCOII YQINIOII ancl Illfllllllllj. f11 11 bettel uozlrl we heme thanfful fl0l11 plaxful bow and gulx IIIIO capable thoughtful xounff mtn and women XXL lung lnthmrl Us a ltcolcl cf xxhlch ue fue ploucl a I9C0lll of nut tdlllllllf' ee uct to Nc mn .mf mmm ml x e .nt mlltul gldtefu ol tht ec una lflll ut lu e elvul .intl n nn X JLcNLllLN xt an tn ox 1 K. 1 Q 1 o L 1 lkllglllg., lllllllllljl and DIUIHINIIIQ, tmnolzmx Thy. th.,,..,. . ,I , ts. 1' . . -, . f'g,h' f 'f'-l .OA" ".1"l' fh tl-l's V-.'Al'l'l,i -- 1114'- YVL- have not remained unchanged through these decisive years. On the contrary, . . -, .- 1. , v.. H- ',. fg x. ,I 1. 1. L -tbw ,. lf. , Int' ., .W rec ' - , ' tl - 'xnj 1l1'1.' vt h' '11 ' .l fel. XYe look fo1'v'x1'l -agerly t El -hal A 1' f, " ' ', ' ' ' 'f '. g wie ' s AJ if -nv WI 50 sifw H QL il 1. H . .gown L 6 a if v V YW ' 7 , suv- W is 'ie' ' .A lf gi "s 4 :W M3 '- . . 1 y wtf Zz ,gan QW, Y 'L zw ,. 4 . Q 91215 QM-ff , , ' ""'g SIL IURS ALVERSON, TREVA-Ambition: to go to college, typical expression: "Let's have roll call." Pep Squad '44Z Secretary- treasurer of section '45. ANCHORS, CAROLYN-Ambition: to be a commercial artist, typical expression: 'AAW-your fathe1"s mustache!" lilnzrlf Wur- rior Art Staff '46, Art Editor '46. ASHCRAFT, ROSALYN-Ambition: to ,ro to college, typical expression: "Anybody wanta play gin rummy?" BAILEY, IVIE J,-Ambition: to go to college, typical expres- sion: "Are you kiddin'?" Black Warrior Business Staff '45, '46, Hi-Life Business Staff 45, '46, Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Vice- president of section '44, Pep Squad '45, '46, office runner '45. '46, Latin Club '44, '45, Service Club '44, '45, Pepsi-Cola Schol- arship Contest '46, Honor Society '46. BALL, KATIE JANE-Ambition: to be a loafer, typical ex- pression: "Oh, ,Jolly-" F.H.A. '45, '46, Leaders' Club '45, '46, Girls' Hi-Y '45, '46, Red Cross Council '46. BARLOYV, JANICE-Ambition: to bc a secretary, typical expression: "I thought you said he was cute!" Garden Club '44, F.H.A. '44, Pep Squad '45, BARNES, BILLY-Ambition: to be an electrical engineer, typical expression: "Have you heard this one-7" Success Club '44, Stamp Committee '44, Service Club '44, Camera Club '46. BARTEE, HATTIE ANN-Ambition: to work in an office: typical expression: "Aw, gee whiz!" BARTON, TOMMIE LEE-Ambition: to be a telephone opera- tor, typical expression: "Wait a minute, Imogene!" Pep Squad '44, '45, '46. BESANT, ELSIE-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical expres- sion: "What does he look like?" F.H.A. '44, Band '44, '45, '46, D.E. Club '44, '46. BICKLEY, MARGARET-Ambition: to play and have a ,qood time, typical expression: "Listen-I thought I'd die!" Black IfVarrior Editorial Staff '44, '45, '46, Black Warrior Business Staff '45, '46, Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Pep Squad '45, Stamp Committee '45, Latin Club '44, '45, Service Club '44, '45, Glee Club '46, Greasepainters '44, '45, '46, "Ah! Men!", "Shiny Nose" '45, "Seventeen" '46, Fire Brigade '45, Hi-Life Business Staff '44, '45, '46, Honor Society '46, BLAKE, DORIS-Ambition: to be a dietitian, typical expres- sion: "Chicken!" R.O.F.B. '44, '45, Glee Club '45, '46, Pep Squad '45, F.H.A. '46. BONHAM, J. D.-Ambition: to be a lawyer, typical expression: "I hate women!" Football Squad '45, '46, Red Letter Club '46. BOONE, BETTY-Ambition: to be an aviatrix, typical ex- pression: "Well-l-ll" Black Warrior Editorial Staff '44, '45, '46, Junior editor '45, Hi-Life Business Staff '44, '45, '46, Latin Club '44, '45, Vice-President '44, President '45, Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Treasurer '46, Treasurer Section '45, Pep Squad '45, office runner '45, R.O.F.B. '46, Greasepainters '46, Stamp Committee '46, Leaders' Club '46, Service Club '44, '45, Fire Brigade '45, lst prize Fire Prevention Theme Contest '46, Honor Society '46. BOOTH, EMILY JEAN-Ambition: to be a housewife, typical expression: "Gotta go see Beachie tonight." Secretary of Sec- tion '44, F.H.A, '44, Red Cross Council '45. BOYD, BETTY-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical expression: "I lore that man!" R.O.F.B. '44, Garden Club '44, Band '46, Glee Club '46. BRANSCOMB, GILLIAN-Ambition: to be a concert pianist, typical expression: "Just a minute!" Glee Club '46, Girls' Hi-Y '46, transfer from Phillips High, Aglaia Literary Society '44, '45, Choir '45, Seven Follies of '45, Talent Programs '44, '45, Radio Quartet '45. BRELAND, JAMES-Ambition: to be an engineer, typical expression: "There's a limit to everything!" Band '44, '45, '46, Drum Major '46, Boys' Hi-Y '45, '46, Salvage Committee '45, Black Bear Quartette '46. .Sift flrfjt -Yi. i 5 ff ,- I 'CQ s A 'Q ---Qi' 'll xk .al , Y-at ' 'K J :H fin 'Q 0 . ' 'lt SE 'IUHS BROWN, ANN-Ambition: to be a secretary, typical expres- sion: "Great day!" F.H.A. '45, '46. BROYVN, VVILLIE RUTH-Ambition: to be a doctor, typical expression: "You just guess!" B.P.W. '44, '45, '46, Library Staff '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '45, Pep Squad '45, '46. BURROUGHS, MARVIN-Ambition: to be an engineer, typical exp1'ession: "Hey, fellers, wait for me!" Band '44, '45, Boys' Hi-Y '45, '46, lilac-I: U'arrior Business Staff '45, '46, Vice- President of Section '45, BYARS, JORENE-Ambition: to meet an exciting man, typi- cal expression: "I'll be darned!" Glee Club '44, '45, '46, Band '44, '45, R.O,F.B. '45, BYARS, ROSE-Ambition: to be a singer, typical expression: t'I'll knock you down!" F.H.A. '44, '45, '46, Glee Club '44, '45, '46, Library Staff '46, R.O.F.B. '46. CABANISS, JACK-Ambition: to be an engineer, typical ex- pression: "I gotta go see Ruth." Football Squad '44, '45, '46, Red Letter Club '46, Boys' Hi-Y '45, '46, reporter '46. CADE, CATLIN-Ambition: to marry Betty, typical expres- sion: "I gotta meet Betty." Cheerleader '46, Salvage Committee '45, '46, Black Warrior Business Staff '46, Fire Brigade '46. CADEK, JERRIE-Ambition: to reach Carnegie Hall, typical expression: "Croak!" Girls' Hi-Y '45, '46, Greasepainters '46, Black Warrior Business Staff '45, '46, Pep Squad '45, Service Club '45, Honor Society '46. CAMPBELL, JOYCE-D.O. Club '44, '45, Reporter '45, Glee Club '45, County High School: F.H.A. '44, Pep Squad '43, '44, Student Council '43. CANNON, ANNIE MERLE-Ambition: to manage a store, typical expression: "I don't know." D.O. Club '45, '46, Secre- tary '46. CANNON, MILDRED-Ambition: to be a secretary, typical expression: "Is he a blonde?" CARAVVAY, JAMES-Ambition: to be an All-American in football, typical expression: "Do tell!" Football Squad '45, '46, President of Section '46, Student Council '46, Secretary of Section '45, D.O. Club '45, '46, Motion Picture Committee '44, '45, '46, Red Letter Club '46. CASH, MELBA-Ambition: to be a success in the field of music, typical expression: "Golly!" Pep Squad '45, Leaders' Club '45, '46, Girls' Hi-Y '45, '46, Treasurer of Section '44, Hi-Life Business Staff '45, '46, Black Warrior Business Staff '45, '46, Glee Club '46, "Oklahoma" '45, CHAMPAGNE, JANET-Ambition: to be a housewife, typical expression: "Great day!" Band '44, '45, '46, Vice-president of section '46, Secretary-treasurer of Senior Class '46. CHANDLER, MARY ELLEN-Ambition: to go to a girls' school, typical expression: "You ain't just kiddin'!" F.H.A. '44, '45, '46, Glee Club '44, '45, '46, R.O.F.B. '44, '45, '46, Leaders' Club '45, '46, Office Runner '45, '46. COPELAND, FRANCES-Ambition: to be an interior decora- tor, typical expression: "You're cute!" R.O.F.B. '44, B.P.W. '44, '45, '46, Vice-president '45, D.O. Club '45, '46, Library Staff '45, Pep Squad '45, '46, Treasurer D.O. Club '46, Glee Club '-15. COIILTER, LEONARD-Ambition: to be a civil engineer, typical expression: "Rack boy!" CRAYVFORD, LILLIAN-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical expression: "Wait a minute!" F.H.A. '45, '46, Stamp Committee '-15. '46, B.P.XV. '45, '46. 1-my-:lin-if SE IUPIS CULVER, CAROLYN-Ambition: to be a secretary, typical expression: "Cows that jitterbug!" Garden Club '44, Leaders' Club '44, '45, '46, CUNNINGHAM, JOHN-Ambition: to finish University, typi- cal expression: "Aw, furdf,re!" Salvage Committee '44, Black H'1zrr1'or Art Staff '45, Spanish Club '45, '46, President '46, Greasepainters '45, '46, Vice-president '46, Treasurer of Stu- dent Council '46, Honor Society '46, CURTIS, EARNEST-Ambition: to have an ambition, typical expression: "Here now, here now. Let's have none of that!" Boys' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Treasurer '46, Latin Club '44, '45, Pep Squad' 45, Service Club '45, Greasepainters '45, '46, Sec- retary '46, Hi-Life Editorial Staff '45, '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '45, '46, Black llvfll'l'Z'0l' Editorial Staff '45, '46, Black li'arrim- Business Staff '45, '46, "Seventeen" '46, DAVIS, BILLIE JEAN-Ambition: to be an X-Ray technician, typical expression: "I ain't proud!" Garden Club '44, Leaders' Club '44, F.H.A. '44, '45, '46, President '46, DAVIS, BRUCE-Ambition: to join the Navy, typical expres- sion: "I'm through with women!" Band '45, '46, D.O. Club '45, '46, DAVIS, DORIS ANN-Ambition: to be a vocalist, typical expression: "You told that right!" Glee Club '44, '45, '46, DAVIS, IMOGENE-Ambition: to be a dietitian: typical ex- pression: "Hold mel Here comes a sailor!" Garden Club '44, Band '45, '46, R.O.F.B. '44, DESLATTES, HUEY-Ambition: to be a designer, typical expression: "Kiss and tell!" Band '44, '45, '46. DRAPER, J.C.-Ambition: to bc a minister, typical expres- sion: 'tl don't care!" Band '44, '45, '46, Hz'-Life Editorial Staff '44, '45, Hi-Lifc Business Staff '44, '45, Black Bear Quartette '46, Glee Club '46, manager '46, DUREN, JANE-Ambition: to be an architect, typical expres- sion: "Aw-it was simple!" DURIE, CHARLES-Ambition: to be a chemical engineer, typical expression: "You ole goat!" Motion Picture Committee '46, Camera Club '46. EDMONDS, MATTIE LOUhAmbition: to finish school, typi- cal expression: "YVhat did we do in typing today?" Garden Club '44, F.H.A. '44, Pep Squad '45, Red Cross Council '46, EDWARDS, CHARLES-Ambition: to be in real estate, typi- cal expression, "You're crazy with the heat and full of mud!" Vice-president of Section '44, '45, '46, Boys' Hi-Y '45, '46, Sec- retary '46, P1'esident of Senior Class '46, Red Letter Club '46, Football Squad '46, Assistant Fire Chief '46, ETHERIDGE, MARY-Ambition: to go to business college, typical expression: "Wait for me!" R,O.F.B, '44, Service Club '44, '45, Pep Squad '46, Honor Society '46, EVANS, DORIS-Ambition: to be an artist, typical expres- sion: "Are you sure?" EVANS, SARAH-Ambition: to be a secretary, typical ex- pression: "Don't mind mc'."' F.H.A. '44, D.O. Club '46, Office Assistant '46, Office runner '46, Honor Society '46, FALLS, ELIZABETHA-Ambition: to be an interior decorator, typical expression: "Oh, my goodness!" Miss T.H.S. '43, Secre- tary of Freshman Class '42, Secretary of Section '42, lVho's YVho '43, B.P.VV. '46, President '46, F.H.A. '46, Red Cross Council '46, FIKES, MARIE-Ambition: to go throufrh colleu t Jicil expression: "Oh, no."' Hand '46, Hz'-Life Rusincss '45, F.H.A. '44. US Xl 'Z Staff '44, X I 7 -'CU' 43? f' div 14 "Sh- QSM' 'Q SE IUHS FLOWERS, CLAUDE-Ambition: to be a detective, typical expression: "Kidd0l" FOSTER. ELOISE-Ambition: to travel, typical expression: "Honestly!" Secretary of Section '44, '45, Spanish Club '44, '45, President '45, Leaders' Club '45, Hi-Life Business Staff '-16: Hz'-Life Editorial Staff '44, '45, Black U'r1rrior Business Staff '46, Greasepainters '46, Pep Squad '45, Service Club '44, '45, Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Library Staff '46, Honor Society '46. FOSTER, JOEiAmbition: to be an engineer, typical expres- sion: "I read it in a book." Vice-president of section '44, Band '44, '45, Boys' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Hz'-Life Business Staff '45, '46, Black U'ar1'ior Business Staff '45, '46. FRANKLIN, MARY RUTH-Ambition: to be an airline host- ess, typical expression: "Oh, reaIIy."' B.P.lY. '44, '45, '46, F.H.A. '44, Pep Squad '45, '46, Library Staff '46. GALLALEE, LU.-X-Ambition: to go again to San Diego, typical expression: "I understand!" Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '46, Greasepainters '45, '-46: lllaclf Wur- rior Business Staff '46, Spanish Club '44, '45, Pep Squad '45, '46, Service Club '44, '45, Honor Society '46, GIBSON. VIVIAN-Ambition: to be a doctor, typical expres- sion: "Oh, that's so silly!" GILBERT, GENEVRA-Ambition: to lea1'n to fly fan air- planel, typical expression: "Have you seen Marcella?" Iilfzclf Ilnrrior Business Staff '45, '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '44, Hi-Life Editorial Staff '45, Office runner '44, Spanish Club '44, '45, Leaders' Club '44, '45, F.H.A. '46, Glee Club '45. GILLILAND, RUTH-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical ex- pression: "I gotta go meet Jack." Pep Squad '44, B.P.XY. '45, '46, Secretary-treasurer '45, '46, Honor Society '46. GRAHAM, VIRGINIA-Ambition: to travel, typical expres- sion: "AW, bull!" B.P.VV. '46, Pep Squad '46, GREEN, PAUL-Ambition: to be a big-league ball player, typical expression: "Gimme some gum!" Boys' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Band '44, '45, '46, Salvage Committee '44, President of Section '45, '45, Student Council '45, '45, Vice-president of Junior Class '45, Vice-president of Senior Class '46, Fire Chief '46, Glee Club '46, Basketball Squad '45, '46, Baseball team '45, '46, Red Letter Club '45, '46, Black Bear Quartette '46, GRIST, ESTELLE-Ambition: to get out of high school, typical expression: "Heck!" HALEY, CHARLES fCOOKIEj-Ambition: to be a politician, typical expression: "Good gosh!" Greasepainters '45, '46, Sal- vage Committee '44, Stamp Committee '44, Fire Brigade '44, Red Cross Council '44, HALLMAN, RUTH-Ambition: to be a swimming instructor, typical expression: "That's about right!" Secretary-treasurer of Section '44, '46, Service Club '44, '45, Pep Squad '45, Lead- ers' Club '44, '46, Honor Society '46, HAININER, ANN-Ambition: to graduate, typical expression: "It's ten-I gotta go home!" Leaders' Club '44, Glee Club '45' F.H.A. '46, HARRIS, ELEANOR-Ambition: to be a private secretary' v typical expression: "That's good." Vice-president of section '44i R.O.F.B. '44, '45, Service Club '44, '45, Honor Society '46, J HARRIS, FLOY-Ambition: to be a secretary, typical expres- sion: "Honest?" Pep Squad '45, '46, Stamp Committee '46' B.P.W. '46, Camera Club '45, n HENDERSON, CATHARINE-Ambition: to be a physical education teacher, typical exp1'ession: "VVell, I'll bel" B.P.lY. '44, '45, Garden Club '44, Leaders' Club '44, '45, Hi-Y '44, '45, Glee Club '45, F.H.A. '44, HENDRICKS, BETTY JO-Ambition: to be a secretary, tary: typical expression: "I don't know." Girls' Hi-Y '45, '46, Spanish Club '45, '46, Library Staff '46, Pep Squad '46. X ' "f' 'l"' SE IUHS HENDRIX, BEASEY-Ambition: to get out of high school, typical expression: "VVhere's my gym suit?" Football Squad '44, Assistant Fire Chief '44, '45, D.O. Club '45, '46. HEXVITT, CAROLYN-Ambition: to be a dietitian, typical expression: "Oh, brother!" Band '44, '45, '46, Service Club '44, Library Staff '44, Girls' Hi-Y '45, '46, HILL, CARLYLE-Ambition: to finish college, typical exp1'es- sion: "Is that right?" Boys' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46. HINTON, LIB-Ambition: to eat, sleep, and be merry, typical expression: "Got any gum?" Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Service Club '44, '45, Hi-Life Editorial Staff '46, Black lVfll'!'l'Ul' Busi- ness Staff '46, Leaders' Club '45, Spanish Club '44, '45, Pep Squad '45, F.H.A. '46, HODO, LILLIE MAE-Ambition: to be a stenographer, typical expression: "Aw, shute!" Office runner '46, Spanish Club '45. HOLLY, SALLY-Ambition: to work in an office, typical expression: "Oh, yeah!" Garden Club '44, '45, F.H.A. '44, '45, D.O. Club '45, '46, Pep Squad '44, '45, Leaders' Club '46, Glee Club '46, Stamp Committee '46. HOLLIS, SADIE ALM A-Ambition: to be a lawyer, typical expression: "Let me tell you . . ." Camera Club '45, Pep Squad '45, '46, B.P.W. '45, '46, HORNE, BOYD-Ambition: to have a '47 Oldsmobile, typical expression: "Hey-Whatcha doin'?" Camera Club '44, Band '45, '46, Salvage Committee '45. HOWELL, JAMES-Ambition: to be an electrician, typical expression: "Mornin' glory!" Glee Club '44, '45, D.O. Club '45, '46, Salvage Committee '44. HUFFSTUTLER, BETTY JEAN-Ambition: to always be happy and enjoy life, typical expression: "All y'all turn your ads in!" Stamp Committee '44, '45, Latin Club '44, '45, Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, President '46, Pep Squad '45, Black Warrior Business Staff '44, '45, '46, Assistant Business Manager '45, Business Manager '46, Honor Society '46, HUGHES, BILL-Ambition: to pass Senior English, typical expression: "Ain't it the Gospel!" Vice-president of Section '44, Salvage Committee '44, Boys' Hi-Y '45. HUNTER, MARJORIE-Ambition: to work, typical expres- sion: "Oh, brother!" INGRAM, LOUISE-Ambition: to own a bookstore, typical expression: "I wish I could see a million dollars!" B.P.W. '44, '45, '46, Service Club '44, '45, Girls' Hi-Y '45, '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '45, '46, Literary Staff '46, JACKSON, CLARENCE - Ambition: to enter commerce, typical expression: "I love my women!" Red Letter Club '45. JAUDON, MARION ALMA-Ambition: to finish college, typical expression: "Gosh, I nearly fell through the floor!" Band '44, '45, '46, Band President '45, '46, President of Section '44, Student Council '44, Vice-President of Section '45, '46, Secretary-treasurer of Junior Class '45, Latin Club '44, '45, Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Football Sponsor '46, Leaders' Club '44, Junior Beauty '45, Hi-Life Business Staff '45, '46, Office runner '44, '45, '46, Service Club '44, '45, Honor Society '46, JOHNSON, SARA NELL-Ambition: to be a housewife, typical expresslonz "Hope I get a letter today." R.O.F.B. '44, Secretary-treasurer of Section '45, Pep Squad '45, F.H.A. '45, Glee Club '46, JONES, JEANfAmbition: to go to college, typical expression: "Are you kldillllur' Service Club '44, '45, Band '44, '45, '46, Victory Corps '44, Glee Club '45, '46, JORDAN, IMOGENE-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical ex- pression: "Where's Tommie Lee?" Pep Squad '45. Si-:rnr 1 3 I SE IURS JORDAN, RITA-Ambition: to be a band di1'ector, typical expression: "Good heavens!" Band '44, '45, '46, Leaders' Club '44, '45, Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Service Club '44, '45, Stamp Committee '44, Red Cross Council '-16. KAY, EMILY-Ambition: to strugxgle through medicine: typi- cal expression: "Aw, now!" Latin Club '44, '45, Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Treasurer '46, Band '44, '45, '46, Black IVar'rior Editorial Staff '44, '45, '46, Freshman Editor '44, Assistant Editor '45, Editor-in-Chief '46, Service Club '44, '45, Leaders' Club '45, Treasurer of Section '45, All-State "A" Band '46, Honor Society '46, KOSTER, BILLY-Ambition: to join the Navy, typical ex- pression: "Hey, squirrel!" Secretary of Section '44, Stamp Committee '44, Service Club '44, Fire Brigade '44, '45, '46, Glee Club '46, LA FOY, ALBERT-Ambition: to own a dairy farm, typical expression: "Oh, Lord!" Secretary of Section '44, Stamp Com- mittee '44, '45, '46, R.O.F,B. '46, LANCASTER, DAN-Ambition: to get out of high school, typical expression: "Don't be embarrassed!" R.O.F.B. '44, '45, '46, LANCASTER, JARVIS-Ambition: to get to Unive1'sity, typical expression: "Can you drive?" Band '44, '45, '46, LAYVRENCE, JACQUELINE-Ambition: to be a stenogrra- pher, typical expression: "Have you seen Buddy?" Band '44, '45, '46, Vice-president of Section '45, Red Cross Council '46, LEE, JOHN ROBERT-Ambition: to play "pro" or college football, typical expression: "Bear down!" Football Squad '44, '45, '46, Captain '46, Red Letter Club '44, '45, '46, President '46, Basketball Squad '44, '45, '46. LEVVIS, IMOGENE-Ambition: to be a housewife, typical expression: "Hi, bird dog!" Band '44, '45, '46, Stamp Com- mittee '44, Garden Club '44, F.H.A. '44, Leaders' Club '45, Secretary of Section '44. LINDSEY, MARCIA-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical expression: "Oh, shute!" B.P,VV. '44, '45, '46, Leaders' Club '46, Fire Brigade '46, Latin Club '45, Pep Squad 45. LOMAS, CLOE-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical expression: "Hi, you guys!" McCARTER, SARAH-Ambition: to go to business college, typical expression: "Oh, me!" F.H.A. '44, '45, '46, B.P,YV. '45, Garden Club '44, '45, MONTGOMERY, RUTH-Ambition: to be a baby specialist, typical exp1'ession: "AW, stop noW!" F.H.A, '45, '46, R.O,F,B. '45, '46, office runner '45, '46, B,P,W. '44, '45. MONTGOMERY, VIRGINIA-Ambition: to be a lawyer, typical expression: "Shut your mouth!" B.P,W. '45, R.O.F.B, '46, office runner '46. MOORE, MARY EARL-Ambition: to be a nu1'se, typical expression, "I'm not C1'ip anymore!" Band '45, '46, F.H.A. '44, '46, Stamp Committee '45, Garden Club '44. MORTON, JACK-Ambition: to get back to Texas, typical expression: "You're a first-class moron!" MURPHY, LEONARD-Ambition: to be a cheerleader at Ala- bama, typical expression: "Oh, flit!" Cheerleader '45, '46, Head cheerleader '46, Student Council '45, '46, Boys' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, President '46, President of Section '45, '46, Secretary of Section '44, Black lVurrior Editorial Staff '44, '45, '46, Senior Editor '46, Black War:-z'or Art Staff '44, '45, Hi-Life Editorial Staff '44, '45, '46, Latin Club '44, '45, Vice-president '45, Spanish Club '45, '46, Greasepainters '45, '46, "Ah! Men!" '45, Salvage Committee '44, '45, Hall of Service '45, Fire Brigade '46, Service Club '44, '45, "Seventeen" '46, Honor Society '46. NARRAMORE, BENNIE-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical expression: "I'm so mean!" Vice-president of Section '44, F.H.A. '44, '45, '46, Leaders' Club '44, '45, '46, Black llhrrior Business Staff '45, Stamp Committee '45, Hi-Life Business Staff '44, Girls' Hi-Y '45, '46, R.O.F.B. '46, Pep Squad '44, '45, '46, Football Sponsor '-16. .N'i':i11!y fy: Un SE IURS NELSON, BILLY-Ambition: to be a salesman, typical ex- pression: "VVhat's up, doc?" D.O. Club '45, '46, President '45, '46, NEW, MARILYN4Ambition: to study music, typical expres- sion: "Well, I declare!" Vice-president of Section '44, Pep Squad '44, '45, R.O.F.B. '44, '45, '46, Stamp Committee '44, Glee Club '46, NEXVTON, BUSTERfAmbition: to graduate, typical expres- sion: "Ain't that a kick!" Black Warrim' Business Staff '45, '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '45, '46, Motion Picture Committee '44, '45, '46, R.O.F.B. '45, '46, Pep Squad '44, '45, Secretary- treasurer of Section '46, NIX, JOHN-Ambition: to be a private pilot, typical expres- sion: "Lemme see now . . ." NORRED, PALMER-Ambition: to eo to college, typical expression: "Aw, shute now!" OLIVER, JOHN-Ambition: to be tops in his profession, typical expression: "He's a fine fellahl" Black lI'arrior Edi- torial Staff '46, Black Warrior Business Staff '46, Vice-p1'esi- dent of Section '46, Honor Society '46, O'REAR, FRANKIE-Ambition: to go to Auburn and get a MRS. degree, typical expression: "Mercyl Mercy!" President of Section '44, Student Council '44, F.H.A. '44, Leaders' Club '44, '45, Vice-president '45, B.P.W. '44, Vice-president '44, Greasepainters '45, '46, "Shiny Nose" '45, "Ahl Men!" '45, Cheerleader '46, Homecoming: Sponsor '45, '46, Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Service Club '44, '45, Black lVflI'l'l'0l' Business Staff '45, Hi-Life Business Staff '45, Pep Squad '45. OSVVALT, RUTH-Ambition: to study religious education at Ft. Worth, Tex., typical expression: "Oh, shut up!" Fayette County High School, Glee Club '43, '44, '45, F.H.A. '44, '45, Secretary '45, Junior Play '45. OWEN, BILLY-Ambition: to be an engineer, typical expres- sion: "VVhere does Council meet today?" Spanish Club '44, '45, Stamp Committee '44, Salvage Committee '45, President of Student Council '46, PARKER, DAVID-Ambition: to be a chemical engineer, typical expression: "You're just as foolish as the day is longI" Camera Club '46, PATTERSON, BEVERLY-Ambition: to sleep as late as she wants to every morning, typical expression: "My con- science!" Girls' H-Y '44, '45, '46, Latin Club '44, '45, Student Council '45, President '45, Secretary of Section '44, Black IVa1'rior Business Staff '44, '45, '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '44, '45, '46, Service Club '44, '45, Greasepainters '46, Office runner '45, '46, Honor Society '46, PATY, llIARYfAmbition: to lose fifteen pounds, typical ex- pression: t'Hey, Hon--eeyl" Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '44, '45, Black IVn1'rior Editorial Staff '45, '46, Black l'l'IIVI'IOI' Business Staff '44, G1'easepainters '45, '46, Latin Club '44, '45, Leaders' Club '44. '45, President of Section '44, Student Council '44, Vice-president of Section '45, Sec- retary-treasurer of Freshman Class '44, Freshman Beauty '44Z Football sponsor '45, '46, "Shiny Nose" '45, "Seventeen" '46. PERKINS, BETTY-Ambition: to be a physical education in- structor, typical expression: "BIeet me after school." Band '45, '46. PHILLIPS, MARINE-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical ex- pression: "Maw!" F.H.A. '44, '45, Garden Club '44. PLOYYDEN, t'SONNY"-Ambition: success in life-pretty house, pretty wife, pretty car, typical expression: "Don't be so simple!" Vice-president of Student Council '46, Illdcli' ll'f1r- rior Art Staff '45, Vice-president of Spanish Club '44, '45, Salvage Committee '44, '45, Vice-president of Section '4-11 Treasurer of Section '45, "Seventeen" '46, Honor Society '46. PREWITT, ILENE-Ambition: to be a secretary, typical ex- pression: "Sorry-I can't help itl" Office runner '44, '45, '46, Leaders' Club '45. '46, Vice-president of Section '46, Honor Society '46, RATCLIFF, NAN-Ambition: to be a private secretary, typical expression: "Oh, my golly!" Treasurer of Section '44, B.P.W. '44, '45, '46, President '45, Pep Squad '45, '46, F.H..-X. '44, President of Section '46, Student Council '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '46. REEVES, MAVIS-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical expres- sion: "Oh, Roland!" B.P.W'. '44, President '44, Library Staff '4. '45, Band '46, Yrrcwly- i'-' ffm i ,E P-lb uw fav, 'Q' ,Q-. --uv 73' Q 'H' 'SQ f- 4' 5 If s Oi 'T SE IIURS REYNOLDS, I-ILSIE+Ambition: to be a nurse: typical ex- pression: "I :rot a letter from Bill!" RHODES, MILIJRED-Ambition: to be a dress designer: typical expression: Oh, no."' Hz'-Life Editorial Staff '44, '45. '4li: Editor '-16: IIIIIFA' ll.!ll'I'l'Il!' Editorial Staff '44, '45g lilm-lf ll'f1f'l'lfll' Art Staff '45: Greasepainters '44, '45, '461 President '-16: Girls' Hi-Y '44, 45. '46: Spanish Club '45, '46: VICE-lJl'L'Sl' dent '46: Latin Club '44, '45: Leaders' ClL1b '45: Pep Squad '45: Art Club '44: Secretary '44g Service Club '44, '45: Reporter of Leaders' Club '45: Second prize winner Fire Prevention Theme Contest '46: "Miss Citizenship" '46: "Seventeen" '463 Honor Society '46. RUSHING, PEARL-Ambition: to be an X-Ray technician: typical expression: "Goshl" F.H.A. '46, Treasurer '-16: Stamp Committee '46, RUSSELL, JEAN-Ambition: "To find a man who idolizes me": typical expression: "Scandalousl" Aliceville High School: Cheerleader '44: Turnadoe Staff '44, '45. RYAN, BETTY-Ambition: to be successful in her job: typical expression: "Garden seed!" Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45: Library Staff '44, '45: Secretary '45, Pep Squad '45: B.P.W. '46g D.O. Club '46, RYAN, CHARLOTTE-Ambition: to be a nurse, typical ex- pression: "I hear ya, gall" B.P.W. '44, '45, '46, F.H.A. '44, '45, '46g Library Staff '46: Stamp Committee '44, '45: R.O.F.B. '44: Black' ll'flI'I'l'0I' Business Staff '46, SANDERS, ALEX-Ambition: to be a traveling' salesman: typical expression: "Let's go to the store!" SAVAGE, ORA LEE--Ambition: to be a nurse: typical expres- sion: "All right now!" St. Petersburg, Florida High School: Spanish Club '46: Victory Club '44, '45. SCARBROUGH, BILLY-Ambition: to get out of high school: typical expression: "Is that right?" D.O. Club '44, '45, '46. SELLERS, DOROTHY-Ambition: to be a dress buyer for a department store :typical expression: 'AI think I can get my car." Latin Club '44: B.P.W. '44, Reporter '44: Spanish Club '44: Girls' Hi-Y '45, '46: Hi-Life Business Staff '44: Hi-Life Editorial Staff '44, '45, Associate Editor '45: Pep Squad '44: Office runner '45: Glee Club '44: Service Club '44: Honor Society '46, SHAMBLIN, JEAN-Ambition: men: typical expression: 'tOh, silly!" Band '44, '45, '46: Office runner '45, '46, Black lI'arr1'or Business Staff '45, '46: Hi-Life Business Staff '45: Service Club '45. SHIRLEY, BETSY-Ambition: to be a housewife, typical expression: "You ain't wrong!" F.H.A. '44, '46, Garden Club '44: R.O.F.B. '44, '45, '46, SIMPSON. CAROLYN-Ambition: to be a concert pianist: typical expression: "VVell-hello there!" SKELTON, RUSSELL-Ambition: to get a '47 Oldsmobile: typical expression: "Let's go down the road tonight." Camera Club '45: Bowling League '45, SMITH, BETSY ANN-Ambition: to be a concert pianist: typical expression: "Cute as a bug:'s earl" Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46: Vice-president '45, President '46: Hi-Life Business Staff '44, '45, '46: Assistant manager '45: Manager '46: G1'ease- painters '45, '46: Treasu1'er '46: Latin Club '44, '45: Hi-Life Editorial Staff '46g President of Section '44, Student Council '44: Service Club '44, '45: "Shiny Nose" '45: "Seventeen" '46: Honor Society '46, SMITH, HAYNES-Ambition: to have a business of his own: typical expression: "Hi, son!" Hi-Y '45, '46: Black Il'f1rr1'nr Business Staff '45: Football Squad '46, Service Club '45, '463 Fire Brigade '46, SMITH, MARTHA JEAN-Ambition: to live in New Orleans: typical expression: "Oh, gosh!" Band '44, '45, '46g Garden Club '44: Girls' Hi-Y '45, '46: Latin Club '45, '45: Treasurer of Section '45. SMITH, MARY KATHRYN-Ambition: to travel: typical ex- pression: "Hi, hon!" lilfzclf ll'f1l'l'l'UI' Business Staff '44, '45: Hi-Life Business Staff '44, '45: Hi-Life Editorial Staff '46: Greasepainters '44, '45, '-161 Latin Club '45: Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46g Secretary '46: President of Section '45: Student Council '45: Vice-president of Section '44: Secretary of Student Council '46: Library Staff '45: Service Club '44, '45: Honor Society '46. Mu." if SE IURS SPAIN, LUCY-Ambition: to be a singer, typical expression: "Oh-I didn't know that!" Secretary of Section '44, Stamp Committee '44, '45, Black lV!Il'l'1'UI' Business Staff '44, '45, '46, Red Cross Council '45, '46, Chairman '45, '46, President of Red Cross School Council '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '46, Leaders' Club '44, Girls' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Secretary '46, Secretary Mid-Alabama Hi-Y District '46, Glee Club '46, Latin Club '45, Service Club '44, '45, Honor Society '46. SPRUIELL, BILLY-Ambition: to be an engineer, typical ex- pression: "That's what I like about the South!" Football '44, Band '45, '46, Treasurer of Section '46, STANDIFER, BETTY-Ambition: to be a stenographer, typical expression: "Don't be funny!" R.O.F.B. '44, '45, '46, Garden Club '44, '45, F.H.A. '44, '45, '46, Leaders' Club '44, '46, D.O. Club '46. STANDIFER, JOHNNY-Ambition: to graduate, typical ex- pression: "I'll be late to Tidmore's!" Band '45, '46, D.O. Club '45, '46, STANLEY, WILLARD-Ambition: to be a metropolitan singer, typical expression: "Oh, gosh!" STEPHENS, JAMES-Ambition: to be a singer, typical ex- pression: "Well, I do say!" Glee Club '44, '45, '46, Service Club '44, Black Bear Quartette '46, STEWART, CATHERINE-Ambition: to be a housewife, typical expression: "Shute, man. Ivreccon'!" F.H.A. '44, '45, Garden Club '44, Pep Squad '45, '46, R.O.F.B. '45, '46, STOKES, ELLIE JANE-Ambition: to be a secretary, typical expression: "Ya don't say!" F.H.A. '44, D.O. Club '46, Garden Club '44, STRICKLAND, BILLY JOE-Ambition: to hunt and fish, typical expression: "That's tough!" Vice-president of Freshman Class '44, President of Section '45, '46, Student Council '45, '46, Band '44, '45, '46, Assistant Manager '46, Glee Club '46, Service Club '45. SIYANN, FRANCES-Ambition: to go to college and be an interior decorator, typical expression: "But I can't in1f1yi11e."' F.H.A. '44, Garden Club '44, Glee Club '44, '45, '46. THOMPSON, FRANCES-Ambition: to be a secretary, typical expression: "My cow!" F.H.A. '44, Garden Club '44, B.P.'W. '45, Secretary '45, Honor Society '46, THORNTON, LEON-Ambition: to join the Navy, typical expression: "AW-esure!" Band '44, '45, '46, Service Club '45. TILLERY, IVIILDRED-Ambition: to be an airline hostess, typical expression: "Gal, you oupghta be shot!" Glee Club '44, '45. TOLIVER, GVVENDOLYN-Ambition: to be a swimming in- structor, typical expression: "Laugh-I thought I'd die!" llluck Wnrrioz' Business Staff '45, Library Staff '45, Band '45, '46, Service Club '45. TUBB, JEAN-Ambition: to be a p1'ivate secretary, typical expression: "XVhere's Ruth and June?" Vice-president of Sec- tion '45, Pep Squad '44, TUBB, JUNE-Ambition: to be a private secretary, typical expression: "Which way did he go, George?" Garden Club '44, F.l-LA. '44, Leaders' Club '45, Secretary-treasurer of Sec- tion '46. IINDERWOOD, FLORENCE-Ambition: to be a surgeon, typical exp1'essi0n: "You ole horse!" Cheerleader '45, '46, Foot- ball Sponsor '45, Hi-Life Business Staff '45, Hi-Life Editorial Staff '46, Black l'Varrior Business Staff '45, '46, Greasepainters '45, '46, Leaders' Club '45, '46, Secretary-treasurer '46, F,H.A. '46, "Ah! Men!" '45, Stamp Committee '46, Fire Brigade '44. VAUGHN, BETTY-Ambition: to be a stenographer, typical expression: "Are you playin' today?" F.H.A. '44, Garden Club '44, Leaders' Club '46, Glee Club '46. l:1ffl1f,v 119' ,N .18 ,wp :WV f"M'fM, 'Z 6:91 f-t ff . Im". 4 vH.y Q a as Q -'fa ,af '-'J' i' emi, Iv . Q ' liiflfzf' -ml. Y . 32 X, -if ea 4, s..-o 419' 41 'AW' 1--r SE IUHS WALDON, RUTH-Ambition: to get through college, typical expression: "Oh, golly!" Greasepainters '46, Stamp Committee '46, Childersburg High School: Service Club '43, '44, Beta Club '44, F.H.A. '43, President of Section '43, Secretary of Section '44. WALKER, CARL-Ambition: to be an engineer, typical ex- pression: "Guess how much I won this morning?" D.O. Club '46. WEAVER, JACK-Ambition: to be a mechanical engineer, typical expression: "Let's go to town." Boys' Hi-Y '45, '46, Art Club '44, Black lVa1'rirn' Art Staff '44, WELLBORN, BUDDY-Ambition: to be a salesman, typical expression: "Whatcha know?" Salvage Committee '44, '45, Band '44, '45, '46, Boys' Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Vice-president of Section '46. WIMBERLY, JEAN-Ambition: to spend a week-end at the Waldorf, typical expression: "I can't go to Rex's today." Car- rollton High School: Cheerleader '45, Girls' Basketball team '44, '45, Journalism Club '45, Sequoia Editorial Staff '45, Band '44, '45. WEST, NORMA-Ambition: to be an interior decorator, typical expression: "Really!" Black Warrior Business Staff '45, Glee Club '44, '45, '46, F.H.A. '45, Library Staff '46, Pep Squad '44, WEST, RUTH-Ambition: to be a musician, typical expres- sion: "If you want something bad enough, you can get it!" Success Club '45, '46, Pep Squad '44, '45, '46, Secretary of Section '45, Glee Club '45, '46. WHITE, JOE-Ambition: to be an architect or engineer, typical expression: "Hello, Darlin'!" Greasepaxnters '45, '46, Reporter '46, Ifluck Warrior A1't Staff '45, '46, Black ll'urrior Business Staff '46, Salvage Committee '44, '45, Service Club '45, Honor Society '46. WIDNER, CHARLES-Ambition: to be a photographer, typical expression: "Shute, boy!" WILEY, MERLE-Ambition: to be a writer, typical expres- sion: "Got a letter for Hernie!" F.H.A. '44, '45, Garden Club '44, '45, Treasurer of Section '44, Stamp Committee '44, Black Warrim' Business Staff '44, '45, '46, Black ll'ar1'ior Edi torial Staff '46, Secretary of Section '45, Queen of Carnival '45, Hi-Life Editorial Staff '45, '46, Hi-Life Business Staff '45, '46. WILLIAMS, DOROTHY-Ambition: to be a lawyer, typical expression: "And furthermore-" Band '45, '46, Library Staff '45, '46. WILSON, BETTY MARIE-Ambition: to love and be loved, typical expression: "For Heaven's sake!" Glee Club '44, '45, '46, R.O.F.B. '44, '45, Black lVarriur Business Staff '45, '46, Cheerleader '46, Pep Squad '44, Stamp Committee '45, VVILSON, LOUISE-Ambition: to be a dietitian, typical ex- pression: "Aw, nuts!" Service Club '45, Pep Squad '45, Glee Club '45. YVILSON, ROBERT-Ambition: to pass chemistry, typical expression: "There's a Ford in your future!" P1'esident of Section '44, Student Council '44, XVOLFE, JANICE-Ambition: to be an interior decorator, typical expression: "We're really keen!" Service Club '45, Pep Squad '45, '46, Glee Club '45, R.O.F.B. '46, Glee Club '46, Representative Betsy Ann Smith and Paul Green Athletic Florence Unclerwood and John Robert Lee Eyeful .Va Mon Alma Jazldon Popular Eddie Conyers and Mary Paty A enior 7' MCC85585 Mildred Rhodes was chosen by the stu- dents and faculty as H1946 Good Citizenship Girlfl This choice was based on scholarship, leadership, and service. Mildred has been outstanding in each of these. 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I L wzel- -'fly' Ja I Q 7 gl p l 'l' """"" "" ., , - 1 Q I ' 9' ' Y Z 4 v , f , 5 A f . , if ,- ,., -My Q ,4 5 310554 VVLQVL JG P1 eszdent Hzlbum Vwe preszdent Hobson and Secretm y Roberts We the Freshman Class of 1946 have put fo1th ou1 b st efforts to make th1s school a better place to go We have t11ed 1n ou1 own small Way to be honest 1n our Work and loyal to ou1 school Du1 mg the vva1 drlves the school has found the F1 eshman Class always 1each1ng 1ts quota In all school 3Ct1V1t16S the F1 esh man Class has been on the fl ont low yelllng for old T H S And now as We leave th1s class and begln anothel yea1 as Junlols We shall agam t1y to l1ve up to the standalds of schola1sh1p c1t1zensh1p and leade1sh1p - 7' bg wx Q 'Y + E 1 fi .. ,e., v F ' f . L + 5 3 , . 5' N ., , ,,' 1. K. :,.is,.?f ...Q-L- , . A---W mmm Q. 3 E ...Man , ,f ', 1 . 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LEIGII BRELAND IY1I'l'-I'l'f'S1f16'Ilf ...... GLORIA BRELAND Secretary .......... SARA BLACK 75-ensua-ez' .... JUIINNII-3 JEAN BURTON Row I: II1uc1f,' Iff'f'1llIIf1, L.: 1i1'c'1u11f1, G.: Burton, .1. Row II: Cvflllllflllf Ilurf: Arlrrnzsq A1e'.I'- f1nr1vr,' Ilezznetfg C'c1111ru'ny,' Iirrzfrnzq Adair: 111111. Row III: 11o10r,' Busby: 111111, JI.: Hur- rnuglzsq li'IlI'10H, 13.5 If1S1I0fl,' B6'SIlI11,' 1Iu1fe'1',' livrrffy. Row IV: 11001115 1I1unfm1,' liurrnuglzs, R.: 1:l1l'1.'Sl1ll1Pf Ifryunf, .l.q Aflciuxg 1Imn1r1s,' 11111-1f,' Iiunfh. Row VZ llurfon. I,l'l'S1f1C'l11 .... BILLY JEAN CHRISTIAN Vive-I'rvsirIent ....... GLIIRIA FISHER Secretary .... . . CONNIE CARTER Trefzsuf-wr ....... ELAINE DEINIENT Row I: 1J1'r1m11t,' Cczrferg f'l1risfim1. Row II: Ilrrske: PI1Hl'1ll'i',' f'1ll1I'f'1l11f1,' f'a'1u11',' 17r11'r'f'y,' 17I11nu. Row III: l'1infuI1,' 1"1o14'vrs, .1.,' 1"1uu'e'rs, If.: C'n11mw11,' Fefivf-ly: IL'l'!llIS,' Drlrby: I"r1ff11cnf'1',' f'n11i11S. 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J4111163 - 1 n Roblnbo SILCCQSSWI Representative Ronnie Hillman Popular Shirley Callaway and and Hayne Roberts Ellis Phillips m,,,, gi- 0Ll!Olf'8 Bea Zlffflll isaincflz Palmer sg' ,lx Handsome Leigh Breland S zlc-cessful J ul ia La mpkz'n 5--ff 5 A ,i7lf'85!LMfL8lfL vwggn--" f-Rf F' P76b?d67ZtPl'lZIPl2?NZ1J9 Vue p1 esfdent Lewis Rogers and Qemetm y Tveasuzm James Herven F01 the fn st tune 1n a gl eat many Vea1s Tuscaloosa has a foul yeal hlgh school We of thls added glade have tl 1ed not to be excess baggage but to ente1 lnto the school l1fe and act1v1t1es as though we belonged he1e It has been ou1 ambltlon to ploneel fo1 the ones Vx ho follow us to make ou1 class as lmpoltant to Tuscaloosa H1gh qchool as the othel classes ale We have 1n ou1 small W ay entel ed mto the 9.CtlX1lL16S of the school th1 oughout the 5ea1 pa1t1c1pat1ng xx hen and 1n xx hat XR av me could and we s1nce1ely hope ue haxe added to and not subtl acted f1 om the enjox ment of Tuscaloosa H1gh Qchool Fliwi W3 A 5,5'r, fa , if . 3,221 if , 5 im, W Q ML .,1..,., A :H Y 3 . w A 5 A A , X T .4 Q Wx 4? X ,R V .A N 'fn lui aff 5 P E fi if 2 5 ,i in JA in Q 1 f ffm 3 Q-if A 1 ' V ' 'P' ' ffm W-ef ' 5? E . ,Q 1 M F f Q , 'xfi 5 f M , E 72 195, 59145 icanlf Set mfr' Handsome Hewellyn Walker Beautiful Shirley Loveless Ifepreseiztatire Phil Phillips Athletic Lewis Rogers Popular Bobby Herreiz ! rwfml DVER-TISER Abernathy's Grocery Alabama Apothecary Alabama Book Store Alabama Grill Alberta Grill and Service Station Allen 8: Jemison Hardware Co. Alston Insurance Co. Austin 8: Alston Motor Co. Automotive Parts Co. Avery's Food Store Bailes Studio Bama Bowling Center Bama Cash Grocery Bama Hobby Center Bama Theater Battery Shop Berman Auto Supply Black Friedman 8: Winston Blossom Shoppe Bobs Barber Shop Burchfield Hotel J M Burchfleld and Son Brlttaln Clothing Co Browns Department Store A O Caddis Cam Machine Shop Central Cleaners Central Drug C0 Central Foundry Co Christian 8: Son City Furniture Co City National Bank Coca Cola Bottling Co Cole Supply Co Criterion Cleaners Mr J W Cruse Central Drug Co Crystal Laundry Deal Lumber Co A 0 Deason Delux Cleaners Delvlew Dairy Dr Pepper Bottling Co Duckworth Morris Dugins Shoe Store H A Edwards lns Agency Evergreen Grocery Flelds Radio Shop Fincher 8: Ozment Jewelry Co Flndley Electric Co Firestone fHome 8: Auto Supply, First National Bank Fitts Yellow Cabs Friendman-Hansard Cotton C Gates 8: Co. Gertrude's Flower Shop Gibson Tire Co. Gray's lVlen's Shop Greene 8: Cork Cleaners Gulf States Paper Corp. Gulf States Plbg. 8: Htg. Co. Hale Insurance Agency Hansor Drug Co. Hardin's Bakery Hilbish Bicycle Store Holley 8: Faucett House's Garage H 8: W Drug Co Jltney Jungle Johnson Mattress Co Jones Studio King s Cabinet Shop S H Kress 8: Co Ky'e Office Supply C Lancaster Garage Lane Til Q Marble o Lary 8: Waldrop Leeds Jewelers C W Lewis Furniture Co Mrs Lewis Pie Compan Lustxg s Book Store Mackey Grocery Co Malone s Book Store Mangel s Mathis Jones Mortuar Meaney s Flower Shop McLellan s McLester Hotel Miller Electric Co Morgenthau Cleaners 0. Natlonal Southern Products Corp Newton Lumber Co Olan Mills Portrait Studio Optical Service o Owen Meredith Q Co Palais Royal Parker Grocery Paul s Service Station Perry Creamery Co Pickle's Cafe Pizitz Powe's Shoe Store Pritchett-Moore Insurance Co Pug's Place Banks W. Quarles Queen City Food Store Burl Quinn Radio Electric Co. Raiford Stores, lnc. Raymon's Department Store Red Top Transfer Co. Rex Pharmacy Rex Shoe Shop Riles Radio Shop Roger Plumbing Co Rosenfeld Paper Co Royal Superior Cleaners Sanders Shell Station Sewell Hardware Co Shamrock Billiard Parlor Shirley s Typewriter Co Sokol Brothers Southeastern Mfg C Southern Dairy Farm Spradley Cycle Co Miss Susan s Bakery Tanner Brothers Taylor Drug Co Temersor 81 Sons Tidmore Grocery Tom Stewart Motor o Tucker Motor Co Tuscaloosa Drug Co Tuscaloosa Flower Shop Tuscaloosa Motor Co Tuscaloosa Motor Express Tuscaloosa News Union Furniture Co Ward Drug Co Ward s Tm Top Bread Warrior Auto Parts Watson 8: Son Weatherford Prmtmz Co West Alabama Furniture C0 Louis Wiesel Wiesel Co Woco Pep Yellow Front Stores U I1 ri I ' u I ' , . 1 . ' In Y i . , . D . . A l 0. . 0' ' e C . - , ' . . ' .l y ' ' y ' s s - u C . ' ' - .. y Y p I . . . ' ' C . ' ' , . , . . , . . D , . . - Ill e App ec ate Yo Pat o age ALLEN Sz: IEMISON COMPANY Textbooks Fountain Pens Newest Fiction Schools Supplies Jewelry Complete Camera Department ALABAMA BUUK STURIE "Something New Every Day" "Have a Coke" T g f ffwf TT It's the frlendly hlgh s1gn TUSCALOOSA COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY : I O O O - , BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY Perry Creamery CUC., Inca TuscaIoosa's Most IMUDIERN DAIRY PLANT We Invite You to Vlslt Us GRADE A MILK d P R I D E Pasteurlzed an I C E C R E A M HAS BEEN THE FAVORITE FOR YEARS I I U ll ll v , i ii-" H T l"" "SAVE A NICKEL ON A umzfrnre 3 - I I li l- - UUIIUU5' Six Complete Food Departments Grocernes Frults and Vegetables Meats Bakery Delucatessen 6 Luncheonette AMPLE PARKING SPACE SALUTE ro One 0 Amerlca s Fmest Educatwnal Facllltles NATIONAL SOUTHERN PRGDUCTS CORPORATIOY h h T B O , O o o o o 121 XVII., at 11-t S ., TUSCAXLOOSA, .KLA .XNIX Compliments 0 CENTRAL IFCQNUNDRY COMPANY N 111410111 um! lhrnrp r Let Us Recap Them I nr X II L lllllllllll 1 X lm S xx 4 O GIBSON TIRE COMPANY 114 us 0 N H Xxu .' T1'rv.v A-Irv lf.1'fr11.v1'-zu' 1 ' nu.: II ll 1. A YKVIKQ 'lv' XXV lmu- iIlSIZlllt'4l the latest :md fim-ft HZlL'Ull If ' -ut lu gin' ytlll' wld tires NICX ' Lllflf 1 I mzumy KIILICS HI" S.AXIfliSliRX'lt'l-1 fa '- 5 'I mm Your Tire Hill V 3 ' 3-41, flil 'l'XXL'llIj"fiI'rI , '-mv 'l'l14L'IlI17Ur1l. .xllllllllll U Sl' Yffx' rlf- ,Inu 1 MIX' nlfll 11 lffzrffz I WJT7' Cnty Nohoncll Bank N i x me um 1 1:14 Xltmn X 4x H1 OfflCC!'S Dxrectors X Al XX of Tuscaloosa NX XRIJ I' iA'N1'Nl li K me 1 HPRTIN AISIONI X 144 ss In Slum L Corporahon Member Federal Deposit Insurance sl BA'NIx IN -XIAB-XNIA 4 L uf ,fhlllll frrfm' ,l'11w:1l1nNg1. ,XlZ1l5I1IHIl . . I in .XI.,"I'ON, l'lmi1'lnan nl' liuzlwl HU l. I . .' C , 'zwhiul' I H. i'0l'lHiANl'l. l'l'vsi:l4-ni J. If. ALSTON, .IRM Vi' Chzxirmm IT U. I'.'XRI'l'IR, Vi"-l'rvs'l'l1 R0 I '. , Af" A . 'ice l'!'s's'l'nt IRANK S, IIANIICI.. Vi-Q--lm! 'nt l'. 'I'. IIURT, A.'.'i-1: I Fushix-r lflilill I4. C'HfXl"'l', .-'Kssixiixnt Vzlrhim-1' IQ. Ii. 1 s L if IJ. Du 'is 114--I. C. -4I'4"U'l' J. If. 1 Istn .luhu M. Gnllulvc IM-Yzuxv K. .lwnvs J. lx Alflvun, Jr. li. U. l': 'ku' H, H. i'm'hl'ulw .l. V, Amt' I-I1-ul-1-n li. 'rifhl l-'rzmk litw , VHPNI 1111 Eating we suggest ug s Good Tlungs to Eat N l X L l X COLE SU PPLY COMPANY Xu: vw I P ' K . lin' Ywzn' - l'.XlN'li - lZKL'.'lllf5 - XY.Xl.I. l'.Xl'I-iii l'll'lf - X XI.X'lf5 - Ifl'l"l' .TIS f'l.L'Kll!lXKl, llli.X'l'lXi1 ml .lll' LYLX'l'l'l'lU.Yf.Yff 920 22ml . '-mc 'lkvlvlvllrullk' fffl 'Il lhfcllfllllwly .S'f'zr1'm' nf X! f'f'l'x"' L'mnplimcnts nf NEWTON LUMBER CGMPANY I-RA N KSTC JN, ALA HAM A H PALMS RUYAL JXI ECTRIC COMPANY 1 1 X 1 64111 fv11'1111'11f.f Of lfXC'I.L'f1Y1f XY! A ICN S .Xl I .XI lil. lirx I 'y I :wi i' -.lHI"lSt'A-1 fum' Nl1CL'l'FNI'llH5" I511-ix +llL'CL'rrl-lilly. lf1X11lQ.Xll LXIIHXS. ., .,x.. 1!IxXlDl,XIl'.NY . A L ffz11ffl111uHl,v .ff N yu Imam- 1' 'un-1x'n-cl Il gum! firm IPII tllv 1 ul In NllL'L'l'FS fry' yum' Q'I'I1fll11lIi4Hl tx IIN 'lf ll, S, .Xct +1u'vn-sfllllly FURNITURE WIESEL COMPANY COMPANY Hn' .1ll1f1.v.Sfff1'u 4, , ZZZH Nxtlm 5II'L'L't UIIUIIIL' wt' Xzltifvlmlly .XfIVM'IiNL'fl Nln-11? XXYCIIT-Q Rogers Plumbmg 8: Heatmg Company 7 7! Qgtll XIILLI I hmm -M96 SL XI x li. l,, KIL'lil'lIlilCli ..l...,- - ...L ,Q "X Tlvf 1. .UUS. X, ,XIA-X11 XIX l irsl Xilllflllill Scrviccs luclurlc thc lfullmvilmg' lfzxcilitics SAVINGS DFIPARTMICNT COMMI'IRC'IAI, ACCOUNTS TRUST DEPARTMENT COI,LEi'T10NS SAFI-I DEPOSIT BOXES TRAYICI.ICR'S VIIICQUI-IS LOANS I-ZXCIIANGIC First National Bank of Tuskaloosa, Alabama Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatnon JONES STUDIO III N xm A Suu I w l N g 111 74 I xml It THE GULF STATES PAPER CORPORATION .S'fm'4 Ibing in I' il li 'll li A I 'I' S fm' " Q 'l111SL'I1lllH.'2l ,UI " IJZT 7Sl-l lruzul .4Il'L"I l'll11 ' ,JU-I ll"fl1 If al :.ixl1r.v tu XIII' C'lux.v uf Nil 'turn l"nl'l,X'-S1'.l' 111111 lu lln' l'fm'11il-x' and .SllIIll1'lll.Y nj' 'l'l'9kfXl,f N DSX Illi1llSL'llHHl, "Y'z1.fm1lfw.m'.v llffm' IITUIINI lazflzfxlf'-x"' Nlxmw- 111111 -Mlm Sylw- Llfllzffflxzvzzfx Lkznza czfoflgg Cafzfaz uf "lx'f!l1,z' frm ,1 llwlwlq-" CAIN MACHINE COMPANY - AIIlllllI.IlL'1lll'K'l'S ml Rv wzliu-1'i l'Iwm- 198m 1 1 I 221315 7111 Stn-cl - 'l'11fc:1h.Us:1. .Xl:1, - . l'l1m1c D366 , . . . l1wmgr:1pI11c l'.4lUlllIl1t'lll :mel llulmlmics um xc1xX L X x Xlm 5 lx CRIITIERIICON J S XIX Nl 1005 University Avenue Phone 2731 Phone 4262 Cor 7th St at 22nd Ave If Huy li Y hcl' liven'-' . mth .YV YOUR fli 'YICIQ CIJQAXIQRS - IYlCR,' - I, '.'IJRY 'l'115':1lfmsz1, .Xlzlbzmlzl LANCASTER'S GARAGE Salcs - tJl.lJ5KlOl1ll.If - St'1'x'iCQ tirzzvrttl .Pluto and Truvk Rt'fw1ir.v 2028 Sixth Stu-t-t - 'Iit'lK'l?l1llllU 3615 lffv Qtmlil-x' Hui!! fn 1-1I.YI fwU1lIf'HllIt'IIf.i of BERMAN AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY PI If JXli 5063 Hvt' .Yft't'ftlf1.St' fi! tif if JD Tl IIXGS TO IQQYIP MACKEY GROCERY COMPANY lhrmt 175 731 Suttttlt Stunt C1Ul1If'HlIlt'lIf.Y Of S. H. KRESS 8z CO. 50 - IOC 256 Sturt' XX XIQH RRI SS XXINDUXNS DTI-'AHTPAI TUDY Ikp tttmtut SIUIL Ill!! ' - Sf Y :N .. ,,.,, Q..7l FN 'Q , , A 'l't1sc:tltms:t'. Ilt-st Um' l'1'ict- I 'me , .. .. FJ' L ' t llllll ffl Y RINTING CGMPANY RFORD P WEATHE 15S1111,11N11111 1n1bf'f QOMPLE TELEPHONE 5738 TE PRINTING SERVKZE M TUSCALOOSA. ALABA FINCHER 8: OZMENT JEWELRY CO 111 f mf 5 f 19 C1111f11111 Brownb-It Shoe Store I I mf' K C11 I1'1111'11f.f ml: 111 1f'1's Uf SM' S' rr 1205 nffff N ffm' Hl11,x' U1'f11.s11111" 2.3 6111 Stn-ct T11scz1l1msa, Alu 1' V Ulf-Y C11 11'1111'11l.v vf of ' MISS SUSAN'S BAKERY Powe s . I-'lil-QSII ILXIQIQRY PIU JIJVLUIES lJ,Xll.Y fg "We 5ellFo1'Less" , I u DEPARTMENT STORE 2329 lhwmzxcl Strom " 'JT... BURL QUINN my Q lothm, Xrmx boon 5 xr xx ua H nm 'xmt 1 omx x 23122314 Snxnmh Strut '1 unc 11005 1 XI xb xmx l'lxfmL H881 6650 is ca by plxotog g ting hat -u 1 E ?,g .4 cn. n H:-5 n receive rap metlio will cap- exprenx n. A .- L Q: O.-I: ' 0 X v : 1 5 I of -Ca a portr y earned uit a angle natural au G.- .C L.: W I 6g 0 OS! - oi. Q-2 '-U pllment jun Portr al camer ur m 'T-' o 0 ... :-E t - . Q y0 'J "ET: com are every ture I' E Vi, .-qi X. Llxl ATF XTISI XL lflld HOL IRX ICI REX SHOE SHOP P O HINTOX 1001 lmxnr nx Xxcnxu QIARDIN s utter L 09111 INGOOD Hele Cue the S bleads BREAO at are thc om glddbw m qualltx ' 'Slade xxlth the fmest HARDINS thmgx progulable Kas dum ARDJUN r has been I'I3ldlYl s DOIICW xmcn 19001 thu .-llxo cont mx Na tule s o xx n W eat Heart the llchebt and moct flaxmful part of the glalh Reach for HARDIN S when you buy bread' all N BREAD K I JT xfxx f aff ,493 W' ,xv f d' N MAH Grocers Q, 1 HARDIN S BAKERY A Tuscalooca Instltutxon Slnce 1900 1 h 1 1 1 if S' lui Q. if X , -. E" . 2 +1 -xg - , ,, 2112 N ' ' 21, A . r - i m A --4 .. X n , M Q, A ,- pg , H w . . , .. , 1 :-r P-1 .1 .C . - ,- , H - ... .L I I 1. M 4 4 , ' -4 , . I 2' A ' . . ' , . ' , f-Q ' I - - : . ,V . . 4 , .. 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K'1'1'111111'11f - Q11111'1'11'.v 111111 Cf"Hff1"1f"1ff l1l11:1'1l l1lrx f'f fXRKlS'lIRf JNCTS 111-:s11.11cx'1' 111.125 ROSENFE-LD PAPER C0 7 Oth Strut I1 1111 1 I1 Stu: 1 L llllffllll 11tx x 1 111111 Il 1 BLACK FRIEDMAN 8: PAUL S WINSTON SERVICE STATION X I -123 .' I'1 1 -128 Hig f 1-nts. . . -1 A 1' I Qf .1l11k1' 11111' .vtivlv -Tflfrl, .'ljl r Kfrllf' Q 1l1'1I4f1jIt1 'I 'VS 9 9 DIA 1'I'I I I lfl'S S.XXlJXX'It'IIliS Frnstkx' .Unix ALABAMA GRILL 1308 1'Il1X't'I's11y ,Xu-1111s 1'11cmc' 31211 GRC JCICR l ICS - SVNIDKI 11S I'11XXO'l'l'NlNG lfnr flu' lim! ll'nrl.'z114111.vl1if .'X1.I. KIXIJS Ulf NICIVXIRIXKI CHN A. O. 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