Tuscaloosa High School - Black Warrior Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)
- Class of 1949
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Another year has slapped up behund us covered our eyes and gently turned us
around to face the future We look back on I949 wnth fond memorves tor It was a
happy year We have trned to catch thls happuness In the I949 Black Warruor so that
un later years when you pzck up thus chronicle It wlll be luke an old friend wnth whom
you may snt down and recall people you knew and things you dad way back In the year
when Harry Truman was elected presndent The New Look with nts short hour and long
skirts was accepted by T H S gurls Homecomnng was dedncated to our beloved Pat
ton Sisters and newest of all to T H S TWIRP season ITIWS Woman IS Requested To PCIYI
Thus Annual Falls Into The Dnvnsuons Of
LIFE WITH GRADS THE BUSY LIFE
DOGS LIFE LUNDERGRADSI THE BOLD LIFE
LIFE WITH BEAUTY
Knowing when fo go to lunch . . . halls between
classes . . . D. O. hours . . . lines in cafeterio . . .
Judy Bell's driving . . . whether the new Stude-
bakers are going or coming . . . Mrs. RidIey's
job . . . where Miss Gulley's pencil disappears To
. . . I. Q. tests . . . vhe mix-ups during Twirp Sea-
son . . . Harriet Levins' shorthand . . . why Granny
gives homework over the holidays.
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lt's all very plain, or is
They have those "Why Did I Wait Till
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Wade Savage's ability to fall out of his chair every day in Bible Class . . . Mr.
Roberts' age . . . Cynthia Young's walk . . . The mike falling clown when Mr. Newell
spoke in assembly . . . any "normal" school day . . . Mr. Kendall and his famous
jokes . . . Number of people married during Christmas . . . The "Hi-Life" assembly
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BECAUSE he is friendly, patient, demo-
cratic, and sincerely interested in our wel-
BECAUSE he seeks the best for us and
inspires us to be our best selves
BECAUSE we are his children oo
We affectionately dedicate the
1949 BLACK VVARRlOR to
MR C EWELL
The Newell Family Mrs Newell Jcltnny Janice Mr Newell and Frank J
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"Virginia, go call Judson again!" . . . "Mrs, Vibbart, Judson isn't here yet!" . . .
sq- "Don't tcrget, football pictures Friday if it doesn't rain!" . . . "Hand that copy in
tomorrow!" . . . Worry, worry-sleepless nights tor the Editor and Adviser . . . and
then, "Oh, groan, only one week until deadline!"
But we emerge from the chaos with only a tew gray hairs and wrinkles to the
worse, and adding up all the fun and unforgettable experiences we have had, we all
agree, "It was worth it."
You R TRULY,
BELOW: Typists Buna Mae Stokes and Cleo Lamb
work hand in hand with Copy Editor Sue Scott and
Copy Writers Emily Zetterlot, Joe Abbott, Eugenia
Yeuell, Jane Maxwell, Fred Fisher, and Virginia
ABOVE: Mrs. Vibbart and Assistant Editor Virginia Hamner
look on while Grade Editors Shirley Murphree, Margaret Gross,
Hilary Horton, Betty Austin, Molly Cobb, Martha Norton, Patty
Pearson, and Sylvia Walker are engrossed in their work.
BELOW: Sports Editor Phil Phillips, assisted by Donnie Lou
Hallman, Don Phillips, Lloyd Boker, and Chorlotte Temerson,
has given his touch to the Sports Section.
BELOW: To the Art Staff we are indebted
for the Art work which appears in this
Left to right: Peter Thomas, John Straub,
Caroline McNeal, Violet Hanks, Mrs. Sto-
grin, and Anne Ross.
Ads ads ads Get those ads business staff Miss Galley l lust havent had
time You understand homework football games dates book reports exams
Walk a k walk Buy an ad? You ve always bought We re counting on you
Worry nurry sell sell
Anyway we made it The lessons we have learned about financing a big enterprise
have been invaluable
over their art
Billy Coans and Billy Prout
Th nevxly organized photography statf casts a critical eye
Left to right Jimmy Robinson John Stracb Lynn Terry Poole
Mi s Gulley with Ann Thomas Business Manager and Champ
Ad Sellers Letitia Gibson Lloyd Baker Charles LaFrance and
Patsy Price checks success of advertising campaign
First Row. Thayer, Tyler, MGlOW3, 5'9Pl"9n5f
Second Row: Purse, Price, Bronscomb,
Third Row: Baker, L. Lancaster, Burnum
Mancil, Dominey, Gross, Jackson.
Fourth Row: Abbott, M. Lancaster, Kizzire
L. Sandusky, Deal, Downing, Matthews
Filth Row: LaFrance, Searcy, Austin, Apple-
yard, Scott, Pack, Mancil, Brazeal, Allen
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Mrs. R. H. Richardson,
Mr. Reuben Wright, Mr.
Harry Prichett, Dr. J. H.
Board of Education meet-
ing. These members have
Dr. Hadley is recognized as one ot the outstand-
ing school. superintendents in the state. In addition
to doing many tine things for the schools of Tusca-
loosa, he is serving on several important state com-
mittees, including: Chairman, State Committee on
Teacher Education and Professional Standards, Presi-
dent, Alabama Division of Administration and
Supervision, Member ol Executive Committee, Ala-
bama Education Association ot School Administrators,
Member, Alabama Committee on Courses ot Study,
Member, Board of Managers, Alabama Congress of
Parents and Teachers.
Mr. G o r d a n
attend a City
for high stand-
A. Duckworth is
Dr. Hadley's staff treading from left to right:
Mrs. Ruth Shepherd, Lunchroom Supervisor, Mrs.
Virginia B. Davis, Clerical Assistant, Miss Clara L.
Verner, Director of Guidance Service, Mrs. Houston
L. Lucia, Supervisor ot Instruction, Dr. Hadley, Mrs.
Jesse C. Maxwell, Attending Supervisor, Mr. Cecil
I. Tucker, Supervisor of School Plant Operation and
Maintenance, Mrs. Bessye Tidwell, Secretary-Boolv
keeper, and Miss Susie Mae Smith, Secretary-Business
P.-T. A. EXECUTIVE BOARD
With the largest budget in the history of P.-T. A. this
organization has provided for the football and band
banquets, contributed to the operation of the health room,
given class parties, contributed to a student health pro-
ln terms of service Mrs. Ridley
rates as a Junior because she has
been with us three years. She is
Mr. Newell's "Girl Friday," super-
visor of office runners, handler of
credits. An imposing list for such
a small lady, isn't it?
gram, given scholarships, enriched the social life through
dances, square dances, hobby and talent shows, and open
Friedman, Mrs. T. H. McNeal, Mrs. L. C. Conant Mrs
George Howard, Mrs. Fred Maxwell, Mr. M
Clinton, Mrs. B. M. Murphree, Mrs. E. C. Wright Mrs
Mrs. C. W. Gross, Mrs. T. R. Mayes, Mrs
Ben Selman, and Mrs. W. B. Jones.
Just being Mr. Robert's cousin is recommendation
enough for Mrs. Jones, who is our new boolclceeper.
Keeping the finances of the various clubs 'as well as
.. school administration requires the ability of a finan-
' cial wizard.
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Efficiency, firmness, decisiveness, friendliness, en
thusiasm-Mr. Newell possesses all of these qualities
STU DENTS' PETS .
MRS. W. F. ADAMS
Girls' Social Education
MISS EVELYN ASHLEY
Latln World History
Sponsors Latin Club
MISS JOYCE BAXTER
Co Sponsor ol Labrary Staff
MRS PAUL BROCK
Englnsh and Mathematics
MISS ANNA BROWN
Chairman of Assembly Programs
MRS HAROLDJ CARY
Amerucan Htstory Clvucs
Sponsors Student Councnl and H1 Y
MRS BERNICE CLINTON
Gnrls Physlcal Educataon
Sponsors Leaders Club
MR M W CLINTON
Sponsors Cltlzenshup Club
MISS TENNIE DAVIDSON
MISS EMMIE L DONOHO
Chemnstry and Science
Sponsors Scnence Club
MRS ARTHUR GILCHRIST JR
SponsorsF H A
MISS VELMA GOODGAME
MRS W A GRAY
Algebra and Solld Geometry
MISS RUBYE GULLEY
Geometry and Alegbra
Sponsors Honor Soclety and BLACK
WARRIOR Buslness Staff
MR WILBUR HINTON
THEY TEACH US . .
MRS. EDITH HOOTEN
Chorus Music Directs Glee Club
MRS LOUISE HUBBS
MISS DOROTHY JAMES
Co Sponsors F H A and Red Cross Councul
MR FRANK KENDALL
Clvxcs Head Coach
MISS BESSIE MAE LANKFORD
Sponsors D O Club
MR WHEELER LEETH
Basketball and Baseball Coach
MRS WHEELER LEETH
Sponsors Spanish Club
MR H M LYDA
MR E K MANNING
MRS MARY SUE MCGARITY
Heads Llbrary Staff
MISS SUE MCLEOD
Boys Social Educatuon
Sponsors B P W Club
MISS LAURA NEWELL
Sponsors Beta Club
MISS PEARL PATTON
French Engllsh 4'
Sponsors French Club
MISS RUBY PATTON
MRS FRANK PERRYMAN
Commerclal Sublects 'Yr
Sponsors Cheerleaders Co Sponsor of Beta
Club and Hn Lufe W
THEY COUNSEL US
MR M L ROBERTS JR
Sponsors H1 Lafe
MRS MARIANA T ROSS
MR M H SHERER
Sponsors D O Club
MISS KATIE LEE SMITH
Sponsors Alpha Trl HI Y
MRS TROY SPRINGER
MRS HARRIET STOGRIN
Sponsors BLACK WARRIOR Art Sta
MR T D UTLEY
MRS J C VIBBART
Sponsor BLACK WARRIOR Edltorual
MRS C E WILLIAMS
Sponsors Beta Tr: Hr Y
MR SEYMOUR N WOLEN
STUDE T COUNCIL
The Student Council with the help of Mrs. Cary, the
sponsor, deserves high praise for a splendid job. At their
weekly meetings this governing body has planned the
installation of hall monitors, the raising of funds for
scholarships ond other needs of the school, and directed
the Homecoming festivities.
Left to right: Davenport, Wright
Thayer, Deal, Flowers, Abbott, Phil
lips, LaFrance, Poole, Thomas, Wall
Standing, left: Jamison, Hay
Standing, right: Hughes, Telle
Front to back: Murphree, Penfield
Young, Brasher, Hobson.
It seems as if being president
of the T.H.S. student body
runs in the Phillips family
When Ellis stepped out
of the presidency he
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shoes to f u
brother Phil came
in, and we think
it's a draw as to
who did a better
President Phillips, Secretary Julia Hobson, Vice
President Joe Abbott, and Treasurer Charles Jamison
do "heap big business" when they get together.
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TEACHERS I THE MAKI G . ..
DR. JOHN R. MCLURE PROF. RALPH W. COWART PROF. ROBERT C. HAMMOCK
Dean of the College of Education Assistant Dean of College Education Assistant Professor of Education
Former Director of Student Director of Student Teaching
Tuscaloosa Senior High is the laboratory of these students.
Teaching in a supervised situation is the climax of their education
courses at the University of Alabama.
ABOVE: Student teaching seems to be o pleasant
X LEFT: Both the students and student teachers benefit
from the close relationship during an entire quarter.
LWAYS CD THE JOB
Everyone likes Mrs. Barnes not only be-
cause she feeds us but because she is one
of those "special" people in whom we find
a sympathetic listener to all our troubles.
RIGHT: The students af T. H. S. played
Santa Claus to Nathan in o big way this
year. He smilingly accepts his motor bike
RIGHT: Lucile Richardson, Sally Lark,
and Annie Bell Lavender keep the halls
and classrooms spic and span.
BELOW: Good cooks with good dispositions. Beatrice Cullens,
Willie Cody, Leola Anderson, Claudia Anderson, Naomi Hall,
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WE LIKE T0 REMEMBER . . .
Henry Wood, introduced by
Steve Hunter, giving o speech at
the football banquet on "Why I
Chose This Girl To Take to the
Our beloved Patton sisters honored by the Band at Homecoming.
Two large hearts were formed while Miss Pearl and Miss Ruby were
escorted to the center of each heart by Phil Phillips and Mickey
Donaldson. After presenting them with flowers, the band played
"Two Loves Have l."
Square dancing in the gym.
Here W5 "Birdie in the Cage."
THE RT -N NER
Caught nn the unaccustomed act of loofmg the Semor Class Ofhcers Vrce Presrdent Cynthra Young
Presldent Jack Lynn and Secretary Treasurer Sue Scott
Just a handful we were back un 46 but as a vnvacuous group we made up for the lack of numbers
wrth our varued rnterests and capacmes Bemg the smallest class to graduate In many years ns a
doubtful dustmctuon but our lnmnted srze has made for unusually close cooperation As .lumors we
gave the furst Junior Semor prom whnch we belueve wull become an annual T H S affaur
We have Increased from flfty seven freshmen to seventy fuve semors Several of our classmates
have entered T H S from many states of the Umon California Oklahoma Texas Pennsylvanla
Ohuo Nevada and Floruda
Tuscaloosa Hugh School we are grateful to you for our vrvnd and colorful school days
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Boys and grls fnd typ ng a very useful course for both
vocatonal purposes and personal convenience
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APPLEYARD BETTYE The only way to keep from
getting your dates mixed is to get married
Secretary Treasurer of Section Freshman year F H
A Junior Year Leaders Club 49 HxLrfe d
AUSTIN BETTY Can I ever bid these lays farewell?
Secretary of Section 47 French Club 47 48 Vice
President of Student Council 48 Honor Society 48
49 Secretary Treasurer 49 Beta Club 48 49
Greasepainters 48 49 B P W 48 49 Vice Pres:
dent 48 Hi Life Business Manager 49 Assistant
48 Black Warrior Ed Staff 47 48 49 Tri Hi Y
48 49 Treasurer 49 Science Club 49 WhosWho
BALL JIMMIE No game dance or funeral is com
plete without Jimmie R
BASING R DORRIE If you hitch your wagon to a
star you cannot fail Beta Club 47 48 49 Citizen
ship Club 46 47 Secretary Treasurer 46 President
of Section 46 Music Club 47 48 Greasepainters
BELL JUDY This gals a high born lady Tru Hi Y
48 49 Spanish Club 48 49 B P W 49 Grease
p inters 49 I P O
BENNETT EDWARD He toots a mean Trombone
BISHOP JERRY Happy am I from all lm fee
BOOTH MILLARD It was roses roses all the way
Club 48 49
CROWDER ROY- Grin and Win! I-F Il-B
DOMINEY DIANE- What men dare I dare. Band
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48 49- Beta Club 48 49 Reporter 48 Secretary
49- Office Runner 49- Pep Squad 48 49- Black
Warrior Business Staff 49- Greasepainters 49.
DRAKE BOBBY- Curling locks are rather to be
chosen than great riche-. D. O. Club 46 47 8
49- Devotional Committee 49- Hi-Life Art Editor
49 Business Staff 49. -A -
EARGLE DOLAN-- He has a smile good for admis-
sion anywhere. Beta Club 48 49- Latin Club 481
Science Club 48 49 Vice-President 48 President
49- Glee Club 47 48- Boys Vocal Ensemble 47
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"lSee ad section for Senior Synonyms I and II which
explain key numbers following senior picturesl.
Our Ideal Boy Would Be One Who:
Had the height of Ed Wright
Had the hair of Billy Lovett
Had the nose of Charles Jamison
Had the eyes of Sidney Snyder
Had the laugh of Jerry Bishop
Had the disposition of Jack McCutchen
Could play the piano like Leon Gentry
Had the smile of Fred Fisher
Could play basketball like Nathan Long
Had the "style" of Phil Phillips
FISHER, FRED-"Good sense and good nature are never separated."
"Black Warrior" Business Staff '49, "Black Warrior" Photography Staff
'49, "Black Warrior" Sports Staff '49, I-D, ll-T
FONDREN, WYNEMA-"To help another she'd give her all." Grease-
painters '49, I-E, Q
GENTRY, LEON-" 'Tis my talent to conceal my thought." Beta Club '48,
'49, Hi-Y '47, '48 '49, Band '48, '49, Greasepainters '49, "Twig of Thorn"
'47, Glee Club '47, '48, '49, Boys' Vocal Ensemble '47, '48, Latin Club
'48, '49, Pep Squad '47, Who's Who '49, ll-T, X
HANKS, VIOLET-"She would be a fit subiect for any artist." Secretary
of Section '46, Spanish Club '46, Beta Club '46, '47, '48, '49, Red Cross
Council '49, F. H. A. '48, '49, B. P. W. '49, Vice-President '49, Beauty
Walk '48, Library Staff '48, '49, Office Runner '49, Tri-Hi-Y '46, '47, Glee
Club '46, '47. l-G, U
HAYWOOD, JIMMY-"Anyone who doesn't know Jimmy must be deaf,
dumb, and blind." l-F, ll-M
HERREN, BOBBY-"Easy come, easy go." I-P, ll-F
HITT, ADDIE SUE-"It's always time for fun." I-P, ll-Y
HOLIFIELD, BROOKS-"Let the world slide." I-F, II-S
HOLLIS, MARTHA ANN-"Let's have a good time, girls, we'll soon be
gone." "Hi-Life" Business Staff '47, '48, '49, "Black Warrior" Business
Staff '47, '48, Tri-Hi-Y '47 '48, '49, F. H. A. '48, '49, Pep Squad '47, '48
'49, ll-F, L
HOMAN, BILLIE JEAN-"A light heart lives forever." Red Cross Council
'47, Tri-Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, "Black Warrior" Staff '47, F. H. A. '48, Citi-
zenship Club '48, D. O. Club '49, Pep Squad '47. l-P, S
HORTON, HILARY-"Her eyes are blue as the dome above." Editor of
"Hi-Life" '49, Assistant Editor '48, Honor Society '48, '49, President '49,
Red Cross Council '47, '48, Vice-President of Junior Class '48, Vice-Presi-
dent of Section '48, B. P. W. '48, '49, French Club '48, '49, Secretary
'48. l-Y, ll-U
INGRAM, KATHARINE-"May the best you wish for be the worst you
get." Greasepainters '49, Citizenship Club '49, F. H. A. '49. l-Q, ll-P
ese g rls know the value of be ng able to ke ther o
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JAVIISON CHARLES Oh dear I wish the g ls
wouldnt look at me President of Junior Class 48
Student Council 48 49 Treasurer 49 HiY 48
President of Section 49 Chief of Fire Brigade 49
O Club 49 IH
JEFFREY KATE Oh What a pol was Kate' Lead
ers Club 47 Library Staff 49 President 49 Office
unner 49 Glee Club 47 IP
KEMP DOROTHY Sweetness and goodness in her
KEY DOROTHY The sun envies her hair Student
Council 47 Glee Club 47 Accompanist 47 Pres:
dent of Section 47 F H A 47 Beta Club 48 49
Spanish Club 48 49 Secretary 49 Black War
rior Business Staff 49 Office Runner 49
LAMB CLEO As to pep shes it Pep Squad 47
F H A 47 D O Club 48 49 Secretary Treasurer
49 Office Runner 49 Black Warrior Typist 49
LAMPKIN CHARLES- Three-fifths of him genius and
two-fifths sheer fudge. Latin Club 47- Band 47
48- Science Club 49. I-F W
LEE PEGGY- Sincerity is her middle name. I-J S
LESLIE CECIL- Never let your studies interfere
with your high school education. lTransferred from
Ramsey High Schooll Camera Club- Latin Club-
cience Club. -K
LEWIS PATRICIA ANN- Those dark eyes-so dark
and deep. Band 47 48 49- F. H. A. 48 Reporter
4 - D. O. Club 49- Pep Squad 47. II-G M
LOMAS MAX- With valleys of eternal babble.
LONG HILDA- If she has any fault she has left
in doubt. -
LONG WYMAN NATHAN- Always happy always
iolly never sad or melancholy. Basketball Letterman
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See ad section for Senior Synonyms I and ll which
explain key numbers following senior picturesl.
Our ldeal Girl Would be One Who:
Had the height of Hilary Horton
Had the hair of Dorothy Key
Had the eyes of Bettye Appleyard
Had the nose of .loan Marshburn
Had the complexion of Betty Austin
Had the personality of Betty Jane McLendon
Had the good-nature of Kate Jeffrey
Had the artistic ability of Violet Hanks
LOVETT, BILLY-"l am very fond of the company of the ladies." Student
Council '46. ll-L, M
LYNN, JACK-"For he's a jolly good fellow." President of Senior Class
'49, President of Section '49, Red Letter Club, Hi-Y '48, '49, D. E. Club
'49, "Black Warrior" Ed. Staff '49. ll-C, S
MARSHBURN, JOAN-"She is gentle, she is shy, but there's mischief in
her eye." F. H. A. '47, '48, '49, Library Staff '48, '49. II-C, F
MCADORY, WlLLlAM-"Why all this work and worry?" l-R, ll-K
MCCUTCHEN, JACK-"Who said I shouldn't talk?" "Hi-Life" Editorial
Staff '49. I-R, ll-J
MCLENDON, BETTY JANE-"The men call her sweet." Il-D, L
MCNEAL, CAROLINE-"The flower of meekness on a stem of grace."
F. H. A. '46, Office Runner '49, Red Cross Council '49, "Black Warrior"
Art Staff '49, Art Editor'49, TrifHi-Y '48, '49, Greasepainters '49, Library
Staff '49. II-A, Q
MILES, VAUDINE-"A friend to all who know her." iTransferred from
Gorgas High School? F.H.A. '48, Tri-Hi-Y '48, Greasepainters '49. I-S, II-N
MOORE, ANN-"A woman's heart like a moon is always changing, but
like the moon there's always a man in it." Spanish Club '46, '47, "Birming-
ham News" County Oratorical Contest Winner '46, American Legion Dis-
trict Oratorical Contest Winner '47, Cheerleader '47, ll-L, V
PHILLIPS, PHIL-"All the great men are dying-l don't feel well myself."
Student Body President '49, Cheerleader '47, '48, Head Cheerleader '48,
Hi-Y '46, '47, '48, '49, "Black Warrior" Staff '48 ,'49, Sports Editor '49,
Who's Who '46, '47, '49, "Hi-Life" Staff '48, '49, Feature Editor '49,
President of Section '46, President of Freshman Class '46, I-H, U
SAVAGE, WADE-"For every subject he has a comment." Greasepainters
'46, '47, '48, '49, President '49, Science Club '48, '49, Treasurer '48,
Vice-President '49, Glee Club '47, '48, '49, "Return Engagement," "Twig
of Thorn" '47, "Seven Sisters" '48, Christmas Pageant '46, Civitan Ora-
torical Contest '46. ll-M, W
SCOTT, SUE-"So much in so little room." Beta Club '48, '49, Secretary
of Senior Class, Secretary of Section '48, '49, Greasepainters '49, Home-
coming Queen '49, "Black Warrior" Copy Editor '49, F. H. A. '48, '49,
Tri-Hi-Y '48, '49, B. P. W. '49, Alternate Cheerleader '48, '49, Office
Runner '49, Who's Who '47, "Hi-Life" Reporter '48, President of Section
'47, Glee Club '46. l-S, II-L
Many practical problems are taken up in Social Studies.
"SMITH, JIMMY-"All the world loves a lover."
Greasepainters '47, '48, '49, Science Club '47, '48,
Secretary '48, Glee Club '47, '48, Library Staff '48,
'49, ll-F, V
SNYDER, SIDNEY-"Pleased with a rattle and tickled
with a straw." Science Club '49, Vice-President of
Section '47, '48. I-H, II-T
STRAUB, JOHN-"What a terrible thing this learning
is!" "Black Warrior" Art Staff '49, "Black Warrior"
Photography Staff '49, Greasepainters '48. I-L, U
WILLIAMS, GEORGE-"The world knows little of its
greatest men." II-B, N
WRIGHT, CYNTHIA H.-"Her path seems gay with
flowers and sunshine." R. O. F. B. '47, Library Staff
'47, '48, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, "Black Warrior"
Business Staff '48, "Hi-Life Editorial Staff '48, Business
Staff '48, Leaders' Club '49, F. H. A. '47, '48, '49,
Secretary '49, Pep Squad '47, '48, Secretary of Sec-
tion '48, '49, Glee Club '47, Red Cross Council '47,
WRIGHT, ED-"Sunshine and good humor all the
world over." Basketball '46, '47, Football '47, '48,
Track '48, Office Runner '49, Vice-President of Sec-
tion '49, "Hi-Life" Editorial Staff '49, I-D, H
WRIGHT, JEANNE-"A kind heart is a fountain of
gladness." French Club '48, Tri-Hi-Y '48, '49, Office
Runner '49, Science Club '49, ll-F, P
WYATT, ANN-"None know her but to love her,
none name her but to praise." Glee Club '46, '47,
'48, Ensemble '48, Vice-Pre-sident,of Sophomore
Class '47, Beta Club '48, '49, Spanish Club '49,
Science Club '49, "Hi-Life" Editorial Staff '49, Tri-
Hi-Y '49, "Miss Citizenship" '49, I-D, U
YOUNG, CYNTHIA SUE-"When I leave who will
take my place?" Editor-in-Chief of "BIack Warrior"
'49, Assistant Editor '48, Vice-President of Senior
Class '49, Secretary-Treasurer of Junior Class '48,
Honor Society '48, '49, Vice-President '49, Beta
Club '48, '49, Tri-Hi-Y '47, '48, '49, President of
Alpha Chapter '49, Vice-President '48, B. P. W. '48,
'49, President '48, Spanish Club '47, President '47,
WhO's Who '49, I-T, Z
"ISee ad section for Senior Synonyms I and II which
explain key numbers following senior picturesl.
In memory of Paul Robertson a member of the Class
of 1949 thus page ns deducated wnth the respect and af
fectnon of those who feel the posslng of a beautiful lute
Durnng has years rn Tuscaloosa Hugh School P l
au won for
himself a warm place ln the hearts of has fellow students
He has been greatly mnssed by has Black Bear team
mates with h
w om he would have played football this
Bug Red wall always remain as a most beloved
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THE HOSPIT L ROOM
Almost everyone will agree that the hospital room is one of the
most cheerful rooms in school. With its bright curtains and pleasant
surroundings it makes us feel good lust to peek in.
Patient Mrs. Dodd, "the woman in white," efficiently takes care
of broken fingers, sees that we're not running a temperature or sitting
in a draft, and sends us home when we have the sniffles as port of her
Hilary Horton, Judy Bell, Margaret Gross, Sarah Gilliland, Jane
Bryant, and Anne Ross help her keep records and assist with various
As far as we can see, there is only one thing wrong with the
hospital roomHit sometimes proves so attractive that students would
rather stay in there than in class!
"Patient" Margaret Gross should
recover soon with all the attention
she is receiving from hospital room
helpers Jane Bryant, Sarah Gilli-
land, Anne Ross, Hilary Horton, and
digg., Judy Bell.
k L- No, Leslie Dearth didn't acci-
ffl dentally run into a steam roller!
Ati- He is merely helping to demonstrate
the efficiency of the girls.
Don Jackson's broken arm is
ITW 'TBEL G CDW.
Neath the clock nn th otfnce stands Presndent Jerry Belk wnth Secretary Treasurer
Margaret Gross and Vrce Presndent Ann Thomas
Just as a four act play reaches nts cllmax un the thlrd act so does a hugh school career attaun nts
make out lunlor year ruch an accomplishments
lnduvadualuty ornglnalnty surplus energy these words are perhaps the most descriptive of the
class of 270 freshles who entered the strange hall, and rooms of T H S back nn T947 Green? Of
coursc Subdued and meek rn manner at hrst we quuckly learned the do s and don ts of hugh school
lute and added a few dos of our own
ln our sophomore year we Increased un wusdom as un age and the next scene portrays us as the
famous lunnor class
The curtasn falls the last act not to be revealed untul next year
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climax in the iunior year. Realizing the importance of this fact, we, the class of 1950, have striven to
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SEN OR Il-I
Jerry Belk Presudent
Joe B Abbott Vuce Pres
Charlotte Allen Secretary
Lloyd Baker Treasurer
First Row Brozeale Bucha
nan Belk Allen Abbott
Baker Barton Boyd
Second Row M Brown Caf
fee Barksdale Albrnght
Barger Cannon Blalr
Third Row Amberson Atkins
Brownell Brown Bridges
Fourth Row Campbell Baker
Austin Barter Miss Smnth
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Pat Davenport Presndent
M J Falgout Vvce Pres
Pat Cook Secretary
Douglas DaLee Treasurer
Fnrst Row Folgout DeLoach
DaLee Cook Davenport
cond Row Conaway Cobb
Thar Row Clary Fukes
Don Phillips ....,.. President
Virginia Scott ...., Vice-Pres.
Jeannine Richardson .. Sec.
First Row: Selman, J. Searcy,
Scott, Richardson, C. Rowe,
D. Phillips, Prout, Perrigan.
Second Row: Robinson, Poole,
R. Pate, Partrich, J. Powell,
D. Searcy, G. Sanders.
Third Row: J. Sanders, Mc-
Pherson, Roulaine, B. Pate,
Rice, Ryan, C. Powell.
Fourth Row: B. Sartain, Ro-
berts, Peaton, Pike, Price,
L. Sartain, Sexton, Phares.
Royce Telle ,..,... President
JoAnne Sorrell .... Vice-Pres.
Annie R. Smalley Sec.-Treas.
First Row: Simpson, Spradley,
Sullivan, A. R. Smalley,
Second Row. Shamblin, Stall-
worth, Stephens, Smith
Sumner, Snow, J. Smalley.
Third Row: Smart, Snyder, J
Smith,'Stokes, Thweat, Tay-
Fourth Row: Standifer, Phil-
lips, Smelley, T h o m a s
Sarah Wall ..,.. President
Henry Wood ...., Vice-Pres.
Eugene Wright , . ,Secretary
Connie Wright . , .Treasurer
First Row: Whitson, Wilson,
West, C. Wright, Wall, B.
Second Row: Vail, Webster,
Yeuell, Winston, Walker
Third Rowflidwell, Tucker, F.
White, Wilson, Townsend
Fourth Row: Tidmore, C.
White, Taylor, Wheeler.
Secretary-Treasurer Elaine Smith, President Jimmy Walker, and Vice-President Roland Skelton conduct
a class meeting.
So we returned in September minus last year's greeness, plus a strange, newly acquired sophis-
tication, to find ourselves sophomores. There are many faces missing around us, but we find ourselves
welcoming new ones. We, the class of '51, must prepare ourselves in high school days that we may
be capable of taking our places in this atomic age.
"We're pulling together,
Achieving our goal
Sophomore honor we'll uphold!"
Betty Brasher ..., President
C. B. Burroughs. . .Vice-Pres.
Peggy Burks ..., Sec.-Treas.
First Row: Banks, Brasher,
Bonner, Albright, J. L.
Burchfield, Bloom, Brough-
ton, Brennan, Burks.
Second Row: Brazil, C. Blan-
kenship, Booth, R. Brown,
Breland, W. Brown, Ash-
craft, J. Bryant.
Third Row: S. Bryant, Boler,
Busby, Averette, Ball, Arm-
strong, Buckley, Ford.
Fourth Row: Mrs. Adams,
Berryhill, C. B. Burroughs,
M. Brown, D. Burroughs, J.
Blankenship, Barnes, An-
derson, C. Burroughs.
Walter Flowers President
Barbara Cline Vice-Pres,
Molly Cobb Sec.-Treas.
First Row: Corley, Coffee, F.
Fields, Cline, F l e mi n g
Fancher, Fincher, Etheridge.
Deslattes, A, Clements.
Second Row: Bonham, Fish-
er, A. Fields, Christopher,
J, A. Davis, Farmer, Cool-
ey, J. Davis, Clarlc, Miss
Third Row: Carpenter, Cole-
rnan, Chastine, Cobb,
Campbell, Evans, Coons,
Cannon, J. Davis, Callahan,
Fourth Row: Flowers, Chris-
tian, Edris, Farabee, Fitts,
JoAnn Fulmer . President
Cecil Ingram .. Vice-Pres.
Margaret Fowler .Sec.-Treas.
First Row: Fulrner, Hosmer,
Gray, Green, Frazer, .lor-
dan, J. Hughes, Horton.
Second Row: Harrison, Hinton,
Gibson, R. Hamner, Ho-
ward, Holitield, Jackson,
Third Row: B. Harnner, Hicks,
Fowler, V, Hughes, Hub-
bard, Goldtarb, Glass,
Fourth Row. Foster, Ingram,
Hobson, R. Johnson, D.
Hughes, Ford, Hill, Gaddis,
'Nilliom Lawley, .. President
Joyce Leeth ,... Vice-Pres.
Virginia Mayer Sec.-Treas.
First Row. Mancil, Matthews
M. Lancaster, Kizzire, Kir-
by, Mayers, Lee, G. Law-
Second Row: M. Lake, M.
Lewis, F. Lewis, Kennedy,
E. Martin, Kidd, Lackey, J.
Third Row: Killian, Latham, L.
Lancaster, LaCour, Leeth,
Lawley, Madison, Kizzer,
Fourth Row: F. Lawrence, J.
Lewis, Kelly, O. Lewis, B.
Lewis, A. Lake, Lunceford
Key, Land, Kirk.
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Marcia Pentield .. President
Jere Murphree . Vice-Pres.
Mary A. Park.. Sec.-Treas.
First Row: Morgan, McGraw,
Pierson, McKee, Patrick,
Pack, O'Hara, Nelson, Park.
Second Row: Morris, Moore,
J. Noland, Murphree, Mills,
Pennington, Price, Pentield,
Third Row: McDaniel, Nix, E.
McBride, Prickett, Nunn,
Pope, Morrison, Pate.
Fourth Row: Mrs. Williams,
Mullins, Prince, C. Nolen,
Propst, L. McBride.
Malcolm Self ,.... President
John Richardson ,,Vice-Pres.
Gene Ross .,..,. Sec.-Treas.
First Row: E. Smith, Reynolds,
Roulaine, Springer, Siegal,
T. Smith, Sumner, Rester,
Second Row: Mrs. Vibbart,
Reeves, A. Ross, Reynolds,
Scott, I. Smith, G. Ross, J.
Snider, Sessions, Snead.
Third Row: E. Snyder, Rooney,
Sartain, Spruill, Spencer,
H. Ryan, L. Ryan, R. Skel-
ton, Smallwood, Sullivan,
Fourth Row: Shenk, Quarles,
Stewart, Richardson, D.
Smith, Quimby, O. Skelton,
Lois Thayer ,..,.., President
Jewel Tucker . .. Vice-Pres.
Oliver Waddell Sec.-Treas.
First Row: Wall, B. Wood
Yeatman, Wheat, L. Wilson
K. Wyatt, Mrs. Ross.
Second Row: M. Taylor, M.
Wilson, White, Weaver
Tyler, Wells, Thayer, Wil-
Third Row: Wright, Wheeler
Wilson, Tucker, Trawick, M.
Thomas, Waters, Waddell.
Fourth Row: C. Wood, Walk-
er, W. Wyatt, Wallace, H.
Thomas, Tritt, Townsend
September 7, 1948, is a date that the Class of '52 will always remember, for it was the day we
entered T. H. S. argl started on our road to fame. The dignified seniors shook their heads ominously,
and the Scphs tried To look wise and superior but tailed-miserably. The Juniors watched anxiously
for tear that we should fall over the banisters in our excitement,
True, 'tis said that Freshmen get shorter every year and seem to increase in numbers, but after
all you have to start at the bottom to get to the top.
JUNlOR lll-l """'
Tommy Belk . President l
Heber Caddell .. Vice-Pres. '
Blanche Condon. Secretary 5
Greta Cash ., Treasurer 5-Ju-I
First Row: Adams, Branscomb,
Burlces, Baker, Bostwick, .-
Colb u rn, Brown, Curry K
Beck, Beatty. . T, ,T
Second Row: Condon, Chap
in, Bramlett, N. Campbell
Channell, Booth, Carroll
Third Row: Burnum, Burns
Cash, Caddell, Collough
Bowman, G. Campbell,
Burchfield, Craton, Coop-
Fourth Row: J. Campbell,
Clements, Anderson, Bry-
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Jack Poole , . , . . .President
Betty Ann Baker ..... Sec.-Treas.
Fred Hughes. .,,.. Vice-President
The "Big Wheels" of the Freshman
JUNIOR III 3
Fred Hughes President
Peggy Inzer Vice Pres
Lee Hurst Sec Treas
First Row Horne Henderson
Hulsey Hou-e Hughes
Hart ey Henry R. uy
Second Row: Hutchins, Inzer
Hassell, Hicks, R. A. Hitt
R. T. Hitt, Hadley, Hatchett
M. A. Howell.
Third Row. J. Hall, C. Hitt,
Huffman, A. R. Hurst, Her-
rin, B. J. Howell, M. Hall,
Joanne Deal .. . President
Charles Deerman Vice-Pres.
Curtis Green . Sec.-Treas.
First Row: Green, Davidson,
Eargle, Grace, Deal, Grant,
Elliott, Finkley, Gilbreath,
Second Row. Fuller, Daffron,
Gibson, Davis, Evans, Flow-
ers, Fletcher, Findlay, H.
Third Row. Farris, Graham,
H. Flanigan, Garner, Ed-
monds, Fuller, Grist, Ford,
Friedman Downey Foun-
Fourth Row Deerman Gaston,
Dunn Guy Holtzclaw,
Fourth Row: Mrs. Hubbs, L.
Hurst, C. Hill, C. L. Hill,
Hagler, Holifield, Hopper.
Charles LaFrance President
William Logan ..Vice-Pres.
Tommie Lewis .. Secretary
Jim Kirby ..... . . .Treasurer
Firts Row: LaFrance, J. Kirk,
Lee, Kirby, Lake, King
Kincaid, B. Jackson, Law-
rence, T. L. Lewis, Kent.
Second Row. Kirkly, Landrum
Laney, Lampkin, Key, Lamb
Johnson, Keel, Kelly.
Third Row: Jones, LeCroy, Lo-
gan, Ladiner, Leslie, Jor-
dan, T. Lewis, Looney
Fourth Row: Mr. Clinton, Lan-
caster, J. M. Kirk, Levens
George Spigener, .President
Jack Poole . Vic.e-President
Mignonne Skelton Sec.-Treas.
First Row: Spigener, Robert-
son, D. Sims, Roebuck
Poole, Robinson, Skinner,
Richardson, R o s e n t e I d
Second Row: Postle, Skelton
Sandusky, Reeves, Scott
Pope, Smith, S a n d e r s
Third Row: Mr. Leeth, J. I-I
Price, Rouse, Pierson, P.
Price, Powell, Springfield
D. Smith, Purser.
Fourth Row: Smillie, Simpson
Pugh, B. Sims, Purse, D.
Sims, K. Smith.
James Lucas President
Jane Maxwell .. Vice-Pres.
M. McConnell .. Sec.-Treas.
First Row. Miss Davidson, R.
Mills, Patrick, A. Maxwell,
B. Mills, Morris, Masur,
Medlin, lucas, E. Nix,
Second Row: McBride, Pate,
Narramore, Mayes, Mo-
lone, Pearson, McLaughlin,
Morgan, G. Morrison.
Third Row: McBrayer, Moore,
Noland, J. Morrison, 3.
Maxwell, McConnell, Mans-
field, Mallette, Mcinderson.
Fourth Row: Oliver, McOell,
Norris, Nelson, McCarter,
R. Nix, Nations, Metcalf
Peter Thomas ..... President
Mary A. Whetstone. ,V-Pres.
Dot Webster .,,.. Secretory
Billie J. Whedbee .Treasurer
First Row: Doris Thrower,
Whedbee, Whetstone, D
Thomas, Weaver, J. Thomp-
son, Wells, Waters, Storey
Second Row: S. Walker, Zet-
terlof, Patsy Walker, Webs-
ter, L. Townsend, S. Wheot,
P. Townsend, Peggy Wol-
ker, Weems, I. Thomas.
Third Row: Wotkin, Tucker
l.. Wheat, Stephens, Yon
Dorothy Thrower, Wyatt,
Yaw, D. Walker, Mr. Ro-
Fourth Row: Thaxton, R.
Townsend, Williams, Wil-
liamson, W. Townsend,
Steele, Taylor Woodman,
P. Thomas, N. Thompson.
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JU IOR-SENIOR PROM
The Prom is one of the most Iookedlforward-to occasions of the year
for the Seniors and Juniors. It was instituted at T. H. S. last year with the
P.-T. A. cooperating with the Junior Class in honoring the Seniors and pro-
mises to become an annual affair.
The lead-out, announcement of the Junior and Senior class spirits, and
a floor show were high lights of the dance.
Sue Scott, who led the dance, with
Senior Class Presigent, Jack Lynn.
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The Spiriv of the Senior Class, Charles Jamison, shakes hands
with Junior Clcss Spirit, Betsy Hobson, offer presenting her
with cop and gown in traditional ceremony.
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Joe Boone Abbott
Laura Sue Coffee
The Tuscaloosa Chapter of the Nationa'
Beta Club, which was organized last year
stands for honor and achievement. The mem-
bers live up to their slogan, "Let Us Lead By
Serving Others," as shown by their enthusiasm
and hard work in carrying out their service
proiects. This year they have started re-
search on the possibility of publishing a school
directory next year.
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Pat Davenport Leon Gentry
Diane Dominey Joyce Hoguewood
Dolan Eargle Violet Hanks
Charles Harper Julia Hobson
Tommy J. Henderson Don Jackson
The members receive a copy of the Beta Journal
every month, which encourages them to write articles
and poems for publication.
Each spring the club eagerly looks forward to the
Beta Club State Convention, which is held in Birm-
ingham. A talent show, banquet, and dance are
special features of the week-end occasion. Election
of state officers is also held at that time.
Mary Killian Jeannine Richardson Eddie .lean Selman
Freda Maxwell Sue Scott Charlotte Temerson
Della K. Peaton Duke Searcy Ann Thomas
MRS. PERRYMAN, Co-Sponsor
Margaret Ann Wilson
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HO OR SOCIETY
ln February, 21 outstanding stu-
dents possessing in the highest cle-
gree the qualities of character,
scholarship, leadership, and ser-
vice were tapped for membership
in the National Honor Society in
an impressive ceremony, Assistant
Dean of Students James Foy, the
guest speaker, stressed the value of
the character traits which Honor
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Cleo Lamb Freda Maxwell Vaudine Miles
Duke Searcy Eddie Jean Selman Charlotte Temerson
Hilary Horton Cynthia Young BGTYY Austin
President Vice-President Secretary-Treawfef
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Ann Moore Jeannine Richardson
Margaret Ann Wilson Connie Wright
A council of all the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y
Clubs in the county was organized in De-
cember, and the clubs worked together to
prepare for the Mid-Alabama Conference,
which was held here March 4 and 5. Plans
were mode to send two delegates from each
chapter to the "Youth In Government" pro-
gram in Montgomery, where they learned
legislation by being legislators.
First Row: Green, Robinson, Partrich, Cook,
Maxwell, Young, Judice, Murphree, Leeth.
Second Row: Sullivan, Stollworth, Hood
Wright, Ingrum, Kyle, Haguewood, Mc
Third Row. Gibson, Spradley, Hobson, Har- E
grove, Lowery, Dominey, Catfee, Miss
Smith, M. Lancaster.
Fourth Row: Mancil, L. Lancaster, Bell, Hin-
ton, Brasher, Cobb, Vail, Wilson, Sum-
First Row: Murphree,
Hallman, Thomas, Sel-
man, Austin, Mayers,
Second Row: Norton
Simpson, Hollis, Ho:
mon, S. Scott, P. Scott
V. Hughes, J. Hughes,
Third Row: Gross,
son, Mackereth, Mar-
lowe, Hobson, Park,
Fourth Row: Mrs. Wil-
liams, Yeuell, Lollar,
Wells, Smith, Franks,
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First Row. Hendricks, Littlefield
Wall, H. Herren, Boker, Wright
Lawley, Shenk, Pearson, McKee
Second Row: Phillips, Spencer
Lewis, Reynolds, Hitt, Harper
Jones, Skelton, Nunn.
Third Row: Duckworth, Lawrence
DaLee, Clark, Cannon, Breland
Clements, Skinner, Flowers
Fourth Row. Abbott, B. Herren, Mul
lins, Fitts, Rowe, Sullivan, Prince
Fifth Row: Austin, Gentry, Bryant
Sims, Lynn, Searcy.
Assistant Editor Esther Mackereth with Editor Hilary Horton
and Mrs. Perryman.
Yes, extra-special is what the "Hi-Lifes"
have been this year. Hilary Horton and the
Editorial Staff have burned mid-night oil
writing gay articles and catchy poetry for
the paper, which is read enthusiastically by
the student body.
Mr. Roberts and Mrs. Perryman, faculty
advisers, have "advised" with good results.
But wait! Without the ads the paper
couIdn't be published. Every month Betty
Austin and the busy Business Staff sell ads
.to pay the printer.
The staff believes that they have more fun
working on the paper than the students
have reading it.
Betty Austin, Business Manager, Mr, Roberts, and
Charles Harper, Assistant Manager.
First Row: Burks, Scott, Mancil, Latham,
Matthews, Austin, Harper.
Second Row: M. Lancaster, L. Lancaster,
Kirby, Kizzire, Prickett, Gross, Mayers.
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First Row: Fountain, Lollar, Hewett, E. Wright, Mack-
ereth, B. Wright, Drake, McCutchen.
Second Row: J. Burchfield, Propst, Dominey, W.
Burchfield, Appleyard, Fowler, Yeuell, Austin,
Horton, Plowden, Hanks, Walker, Channell, John-
5. M We A -
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The D O program trams students nn a
trade so that they may graduate from Hugh
School prepared to follow thus trade In
maknng a lnvung The program also ands
by gnvnng on the lob experience those stu
dents who desire to enroll In college In eng:
neerung and commercual courses
Three hours must be spent dolly on the
'ob and one class period darly ln related
The employer pays the trainee on the
same basls that he would pay any other
untralned employee Peruoduc ratses are
glven to the student as hus progress IUSTITIGS
Offncers of the D O Club are Olwer May Presndent Peggy Lee
VncePresudent Cleo Lamb SecretoryTreasurer and Mass Lankford
Flrst Row Homan Lamb Conaway Levuns Sumner McAdory Amber
BELOW Fnrst Row Smalley Whutson Bar
ton Thwectt Tanner
Second Row Smuth Booth Hargrove Lee
Steven Jackson Vaul Sartam
Thurd Row Campbell Lewis Herren Hob
Fourth Row Jamnson Phcres Mnss Lonkford
Second Row May Fuller Smelley Wallace Hardnn Stokes Moseley
Thurd Row Delbrndge Rnce Stone Lewus Sknnner Hudgnns Town
send C Clary
Fourth Row Prnce McVay Lake Whnte Smalley Herndon DoLee
Fufth Row Tnnsley Sums Ryan Powell Thomas Hobson McLaughlin
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UBJE T CLUBS
The Scrence Club develops
apprecuatnon of the umportance of
sclence rn the everyday life of nts
members by enablmg them to ex
perrment and construct through In
creased knowledge of science
Left to raght Mr endon Cooper Jackson
Trowuck Lam km Coons Snyder Hen
drrcks Eargle Savage Shenk Farrabee
Not Prctured Hatchett Sums Albrrght
B Austun T Austrn Hacks Nunn Ross
Wright Baker Wyatt Bennett Hutt
A clever Sadue Hawkuns dance
was sponsored by the members of
the F H A this year
F1rstRow Howell Corley Baker Fountann
Holmes Snmpson Hubbard Wrrght Bar
ger Jackson Gnbson Sullnvan Sanders
Second Row Lewus Scott Ross Patrick
Nelson Spradley Lawrence Henderson
Grlluland Avery Cork Lancaster Lv
Third Row James Whetstone Wells Gar
rrson Grbson Moore Morgan Latham
Knzzure Leeth Webster
Fourth Row Ellnat Pack Pearson David
son Daffron Boler Davus Barclay
Kyzer Busby Fields Wyatt
Ftfth Row Lewts Hardy Ktrby Lackey
Mass James Ashcroft Hamner Martm
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study of the French language and
the French people
Flrst Row Allen Brazeale Cobb
Second Row Colluns Champagne Lollar
Thrrd Row Kullnan Payne Chapin Juclnce
Webster Mancul Hallman
Fourth Row Belk Smnth Buchanan Forney
Coffee A Horton Henderson lngrum
Fifth Row Standmg Brownell Mulllns H
Horton Mackereth Hardy
The Spamsh Club seeks to pro
mote friendly relations wuth tts
Spamsh speakmg Amigos through
correspondence and personal con
Flrst Row Robmson Walson Maxwell
Hughes Hamner Hobson Key West
Second Row Selman Wrnght Nolan M
hews Sullwan Murphree Thurston E
Martm J Martun Wheeler
Third Row Brown Ternerson Howard
Hughes Laney Searcy Jackson L Hen
dncks Wyatt Mrs Leeth Hubbard
Fourth Row Reynolds Fulmer Barnes
Brasher Peaton Marlowe Sampson
Flfth Row Cannon Rooney Lawrence
Self Nunn Spencer Saegal Lewus
The Latnn Clubs programs have
centered around Roman mythology
thus year thus creatnng a back
ground of culture In our lives
Fnrst Row Tyler Moyers
Second Row Cook Reeves Prnce Burks
Abbott Powell Mancnl Ruchardson
Green Mnss Ashley
Thnrd Row M Thomas Norton Thayer
OSteen Stallworth Penfneld Bndges
Fourth Row A Thomas Gross Sanders
Fnfth Row Flowers Manderson Trawnck
Evans Prance Wulson
Not Pictured Duckworth Franks Harper
Jones Smuth Burnum Shamblm Aus-
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Once the smell of Greasepaint enters one's system, he never
loses his love of the theater. This theatrical group of ours, the Grease-
painters, under the supervision of Mrs. Ross has had a most productive
year. Many plays have been done for home room programs, assem-
blies have been made interesting with gay comedies, radio programs
broadcast, the Christmas Cantata acted--these have been some of the
outstanding activities engaged in by our dramatic organization.
K! ' "Night of
LEFT "A Sunny Morning" with Julia Hobson, Judy
Bell, and Leslie Dearth.
First Row: Fondren, J. Murphree, Thayer, Austin, F
Maxwell, Savage, Selman, Tyler, Mills, Moyers
Second Row: Dominey, Yeuell, Reeves, Noland, Mate
Thews, A. Mancil, Hardy, J. Hughes, V. Hughes
Pack, J. Mancil, Lamb, Thomas, A. Maxwell.
Third Row: Hobson, Thompson, Burnum, Malone
Friedman, Purse, Stallworth, S. Murphree, Caf-
fee, Roulaine, Ingram, Harnner.
Fourth Row: Miles, Davenport, Basinger, LaFrance,
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Brown, Searcy, Smith, Gentry, Pearson, Dearfh
Wilson, Bryant, Morris, Harrison, Thomas, Reynolds
Broadcast over WJRD
TUSCALOOSA HIGH SCHOOL BAND
First Row: Robinson, Jackson, Wilson, Johnson, Boyd, P. Lewis, Hallman, Grist.
Second Row: Telle, McGraw, Baker, Wells, Abbott, Armstrong, Evans, Parks, Henderson
Third Row: Hinton, Hadley, Hendricks, Roberts, Smalley, Fancher, Brown, Smith, M
Hughes, La Cour, J. Hughes.
Fourth Row: Shenk, Gaston, Fincher, Hitt, Kyle, Pike, Temerson, Maxwell, McConnell
Fifth Row: Green, Morrison, Hartley, Flowers, Martin, Ashcroft, Thomas, lnzer, J
Sixth Row: Evans, Stephens, Gilbreath, Leeth, Bonner, Gentry, McKee, Cook, S. Murphree
Seventh Row: Herren, Woodman, Hachett, Hobson, DaLee, Berryhill, Lawrence, Hassell
Eighth Row: R. Townsend, Campbell, Bennett, W. Townsend, Morris, Thurston.
Ninth Row: Walker, Waters, J. Lewis, Thaxton.
THEY' E GCT WH T IT TAKES
Spectators from all over the state have cheered
our Tuscaloosa Band in their eye-catching uniforms
of red and white headed by Harry Grist and the
high strutting maiorettes as they performed at the
football games. Directed by "Bodie" Hinton, the
musical members have added to the glitter of our
Long will we remember their rendition of the "St.
Louis Blues March."
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of a band box-Harry and his "Harem."
Jean Robinson, Billie Faye Wilson, Dannie Lou
Hallman, Harry Grist, Ann Boyd, Pat Lewis, Martha
Johnson, and Peggy Jackson.
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Our band, one of the brightest spots in the Christmas Carni- The Alma Mater always brings reverent attention "Under-
val parade, rounds the flag pole on Broad Street. hedth The Old Ock Trees."
The drummers are the "big noise"
of our band.
Marshall Wells, Marian McGraw,
Joe Boone Abbott, Walter Browne,
Johnny Armstrong, Melvin Smalley
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Flutisis Mary Angelyn Park, John.Evans,
f .leon Bonham, Tommie Jean Henderson,
' and Diane O'Hara are wider awake than
The feminine member of This trom-
bone group surely is pretty. Oh,
yes, there are six others too-all
Left to right: Gene Morris,,Cary Find-
lay, Wayne Townsend, Betsy Hobson,
Douglas DaLee, Edward Bennett, and
www' in rm .4 E
During Concert Season the band plays a wude variety of muslc rn order to develop music appre
cnatron They play everythung from 'azz to church musrc Boogae Wocgoe to chorals
In the annual bond concert held IH Burmnngham the concert band has receuved excellent rotlng
tor the past two years
The quallty ot theur musuc has been helped by the addition ot such Instruments as the oboe bas
soon alto clarnnet and baritone saxophone last year
At the band banquet the followung otfrcers were elected to serve during the 49 50 season
Caro yn Pnke Presldent Douglas Dalee Manager Thurston Townsend Assrstant Monaaer and Tommue
Jean Henderson Lrbrarnan
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BOYS' GLEE CLUB
First Row: Gentry, Wood, Bridges, Had-
ley, Bostwick, Etheridge, Bloom, Mrs.
Second Row: Miller, Thaxton, Clements,
Appleyard, Leopard, Quimby.
Third Row: DaLee, Foster, Herndon, Baker,
Fourth Row: Donaldson, Livingston, Johns-
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
First Row: Searcy, .l. Moncil, Patrick, Hul-
sey, A. Mancil, Mrs. Hooten.
Second Row: Bryant, McBride, Thompson,
Sullivan, Hassell, Kent.
Third Row: Green, Miranda, Pate, Hicks,
Fourth Row: Burke, Champagne, Chastane,
Fountain, Campbell, Ross.
Fifth Row: Scott, Reynolds, Fulmer, Gar-
rison, Dawning, Tucker.
Sixth Row: Payne, Blankenship, Webster,
Collins, Lollar, Thrower, Richardson,
THE OT BLE
For us the Glee Clubs have given an assembly program ot semi-
popular songs in November and a beautiful Christmas Cantata, which
was presented iointly with the Speech Department.
The Glee Clubs have made many appearances this year-not
only as one big chorus but also as small ensembles taken from the
group. Included in their performances were a broadcast from the
University Radio Station, participation in the Christmas Carnival fes-
tivities at the Bama Theater, and assistance with a radio show
broadcast statewide by the University Extension Division at Christmas.
W cLu BS
The Mofuon Plcfure Commutfee
renders the school servuce by pro
vndlng entertamment and educahon
The members of the Commntfee are
Austxn Clements Wllluam Shenk Charles
Harper and Warren Jones
The Library Assustants help
the Inbrarlans by keepung the
desk checkmg the roll and
performung many Important
tasks whach help to keep the
llbrary runnxng smoothly
Farsi Row Fnkes Long
Second Row Buchanan H!! Gray
Waters Jeffrey Smith Murphree
Marshburn Hanks Yeuell Mc
The Offuce Runners help In
the office by preparnng lunch
trckets answering the tele
phone checklng the roll and
typung records These boys
and gvrls are selected from
the most alert and depend
able students IH school
Flrst Row Levnns Lamb Sc t J
Wrrght Key Damlney
Second Row Bell Lowery Ingrum
Third Row Brazeale Hanks Mac
kereth McNeal Maxwell
Fourth Row E Wrnght Hubbard
Abbott Temerson Baker
The Flre Brlgade coope
rates with the Tuscaloosa
Fare Department ID conductlng
monthly ture drllls
Kneelung Bloom Pearson Roe
Standnng Bishop Farrns Baker
Asslstant Chnef Gray Chrrstuan
Hamner Appleyard D a n n e r
Futts Lancaster Fnre Bngade
Chnef Charles Jamnson Luwley
Storey DaLee Tucker Farrabee
The Cntuzenshup Club stu
dues types of natuonal state,
and crty government and
trnes to promote good cm
zenshlp throughout the school
Frrst Row Horton Yaw Austm
Gross Morrus Malls
Second Row Pearson Maxwell
Tucker McLaughlm Campbell
Thrrd Row Clunton OSteen Mor
gan Ingram Webster Murphree
Fourth Row Averette Norrus Rou
lame Mallette Reynolds
RED CROSS COUNCIL
The purpose of the Red Cross
Council IS to make others happy
Thus year they have gnven programs
for veterans and made favors for
The members are Carolyn Green Frank
Mulls Vnolet Hanks Glyms Hewett Jean
Franks and Lounse Boler
B P W VOCATIONAL
The B PW has presented an IH
terestlng assembly program spon
sored a clothmg drnve and glven
a delughtful tea for new members
Fnrst Row Glass Buchanan Green Horton
Second Row Mnss McLeod J Murphree
Haguewood Hammer Hrnton Allen
Mackereth Selman Thomas S Murph
Third Row Caffee Austun Knlllan Mc
Lendon Young Judlce
The Studlous l'Pl Sensor Is
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RED LETTER CLUB
The members of the
Red Letter Club make
their letters in football,
basketball, and base-
First Row: Tinsley, Lynn,
Hunter, Smalley, Cran-
ford, Wood, Donner,
Wyatt, Lomas, Wallace,
Second Row: Sexton, Hay,
Lawley, Johnson, Hobson,
Duckworth ln ram Del-
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Third Row: Hardin, McLaugh-
lin, Long, Belk, Burroughs,
Sharp, Barksdale, Skin-
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iieldl or ol ammo Lou ve PU' eveployed
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HOMECCDMI G - - - '49 STYLE
Sponsors and Escorts: Clara Nell Albright, Phil Phillips, "Queen" Sue
Scott, Jerry Belk, Betsy Hobson, and Reuben Sexton.
RIGHT: Another kind of team doing their part to
make Homecoming a success.
This was Homecoming! Delirious
excitement filled the air. Old T. H.
S. hardly recognized itself all wrap-
ped up in red and black crepe
paper as it welcomed alumni and
former Black Bears, who recalled
Bear victories of years ago.
At last it was game time, and
still another victory was ours.
The climax of the evening was
the annual Homecoming Dance
with the football players taking
part in the lead-outf
Sue Scott, escorted by Black Bear
Jack Lynn, leads the Homecoming
Betty Appleyard, elected by the
student body as the Queen's Maid,
with escort Joy Appleyard.
WE POI T WITH PRIDE
Portrat of two happy men Coaches Leeth and Kendall
For the 48 season the Black Bears were under the coaching of Frank Swede Kendall for the
third consecutive year He was assisted by Wheel r Leeth and Bear Gunning
The Bears proved their ability by opening then season with a I2 2 victory over a favored Alice
ville team They emphasized their ability by rolling over Woodlawn for an I87 victory
Our team suffered their only defeat of the year when they lost to the Lanier Poets by a score
of I9 2
The Bruins took their first step toward the county championship by defeating Holt wlth a well
earned score of 206 The following week witness d the crushing of our age old rival the County
ed the county championship but also obtained revenge forthe defeat they received from the Wildcats
during the 47 season
Our team took to the road the following week and proved their worth on foreign fields by a
score of 34 6 over the Selma Tigers
Next on the schedule was a highly favored U M S team from Mobile The Bears thrilled their
fans by upsetting their opponents to the tune of a 42 O victory
Tlne Tuscaloosa huqh team dusappolnted a revenge seeking Deshler team by handing them a I5
I3 defeat on a ram soaked field IU Tuscumbla
The Csvnl War was refought and the victory fell into the hands of the South when Tuscaloosa was
invaded by o St Louis team University Cnty High After a hard fought game the Bruins closed their
season by handing this favored team a 40 20 defeat
After the close of the season Captain Clell Hobson triple threat left halfback received honor by
being placed on the All State and All Southern Teams
Under the leadership of Millard Hardin next years captain the 49 Bear team expects to make
another such praise worthy record
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lt seems that each year the annual football ban-
quet is more fun. Handpainted portraits of our foot-
ball heroes done by the Art Department, delicious
food cooked and served by the Social Education and
Home Economics Departments, a clever toastmaster,
Lamar Branscomb, all made this function outstand-
Johnny Duckworth was a "rhyming" master of
ceremonies who introduced the very talented per-
forming initiates. Dr. Sam B. Hay explained a fath-
er's fidgets on the night of the big game. Captain
Clell Hobson's introduction of next year's captain,
Millard Hardin, was the climax of the evening.
Congratulations to Millard Hardin, Captain-Elect, from Clell
Hobson, '49 Captain.
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ABOVE: Can it be a lullabye that
these boys are singing as part of
their Red Letter Club initiation? At
any rate it seems to be putting them
The decorations were beautiful, the food
was good, and the company was delight-
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Second Row Hordn Lo g Smalley Kelley Belk
Ma ogers Blly Sharp and Max Lomas manage
basketball equp ent
ABOVE: Archery looks soooo eosy when it is proc-
ticed with good form. These girls know how it's done.
BELOW: Poised for oction, these bosketeers develop
strong bodies while enioying the sport.
Left to right: Borboro Christopher, Lillion Wilson,
Fronk Mills, Dorphine Nelson, Jewell Tucker,
ABOVE: In good spirit the
of volley boll.
BELOW: With perfect coordino
THE LEADERS' CLUB
Kneeling: B. Webster, D. Webster, Hardy, Brown, Nelson.
Standing: Holifield, Wright, Mills, Lollar, Rester, Marlowe, Fowler, Zetterlof, Norris
Tyler, Lewis, Smith, Wilson, Morgan, Branscomb, Ford
The purpose of the Leaders' Club is to oromote good sportsmanshi l d h'
n p, ea ers ip,
and to acquire the skills of the d'ff
I erent games played.
These girls look as if they would be at home
on any green.
girls battle in an exciting game Leftt ' hz L ' '
tion the girls form a geometric de-
o rig t ons Thayer, Peggy Burks, Ann Fields, Sarah Wall, Rosetta Christian,
Mary Ann Brazeale, Mary Nell Buckley.
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CENTRAL FOUN DRY COMPANY
SEWELL HARDWARE COMPANY
22l8 Broad Street Phone 2896
Sporrmg C-oods House Furmshungs
Radlos Tuscaloosa Ala Lowe Bros Paints
TUSCALOOSA LIBRARY BINDERY
CLAKEY BELL owner
LIBRARY Bluoluos A SPECIALTY
BOUND TO PLEASE
22l2 Broad Street Dual 2204 Tuscaloosa Alabama
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O R T G R A N
THE PLATTER PARADE
A COMPLETE ONE STOP FOOD STORE
T5 COMPLETE DEPARTMENTS
COMPLETE SODA FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE
Parkung on four sudes Home owned and home
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Fnendlnness from Lowest pnces every
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T306 Queen Cnty Ave
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COLE SUPPLY COMPANY INC
Where you ll fund
Wallpaper By Such Famous Names as York Varlar
Anstocrat and United
Paints by Pittsburgh and Benjamin Moore
AMERICAN STANDARD HEATING 6 PLUMBING
S20 22nd Avenue Tuscaloosa Alabama
FRED ROBERTSON S
PURE PEP No 2
24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
Rught Across from Court House
TUSCALOOSA LINCOLN MERCURY CO
Greensboro Ave at I Ith St
THE HOME OF GOOD SERVICE
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Behrnd Fnrst Natl Bank
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Compliments of Compliments of
LARY 81 WALDROP
2310 BROAD STREET
BANQUET ROOMS FOR PARTIES
FROM 25 to IOO
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QUALITY MEATS and
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BAMA I DRUID
220 Ilth Street RITZ
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TU SCALOOSA STEAM
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2634 l8th ST
Telephones 7843 6175
lAlvlES F lllmmlel SHARPE Owner
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SEA FOODS MEATS
ALBERTA DRUG CO
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE
Alberta Cnty Tuscaloosa Ala
COOK S JEWELERS
605 Greensboro Ave
DIAMONDS WATCHES GIFTS
Watch and jewelry Repaunng
8: Marx Clothes
THE STORE FOR MEN Sc BOYS
H E s H E ' s
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BROAD STREET AT TWENTY THIRD AVE
NUCKOLS PLUMBING 81 HEATING C0
3022 6TH STREET PHONE OOOO
BARKSDALE 8. SONS
HOME OF BETTER
2223 EIC-HTH STREET
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WE FURNISH THE HOME
CLOTHE THE FAMILY
Phone 47I4 Tuscaloosa Alabama
M L L A N ' S
STANDARD 0 Polishing I
OIL . Lubncanon MEANEY S FLOWERS
PRODUCTS ' WIHSITIVIS "The I-Iome of Floral Perfection"
ATLAS TIRES BATTERIES Phone 5330 IOO9 Umv Ave
Courte-ous Careful Servlce
I8OI Broad Dual 9339
Graduates are always
Students at thenr Best
HARDIN"S Butter Krust
IS always Bread at Its Best
STAPLE G FANCY CROCERIES
Esfabllshed In I895 COUNTRY pRODUCE
COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE H05 13th St phone 5983
Telephone 5738 95Il Tuscaloosa Ala
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2312 4th Street
PHONE 2891 2892
We Speclaluze In
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Phone 3675 2301 7th Street
R A I F 0 R D S
617 GREENSBORO AVENUE
SWEET MUSIC OF ALL KINDS
REEDS STRINGS AND ACCESSORIES
PIANOS RADIOS PHONOGRAPHS
Featuring BALDWIN PIANOS
G E PRODUCTS
MEET YOUR FRIENDS
Broad Street Phone
BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY
SIO 2Ist Ave Phone 3248
Hunan 'nr-uzsm men
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H A EDWARDS
5I6W Greensboro Avenue Phone 4764
When It Comes from Us
FREEMAN DRUG CO
Pa rkvrew Center Phone 4740
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2121 Eughth Street
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TUSCALOOSA N EWS
STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIES
IOIO Queen Cuty Avenue
Phone 3371 3372
WE NEVEP SLEEP
A Phone Call Brlngs
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FITTS YELLOW CABS
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
H ICH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Make Our Style Store Your
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NORTH PORT ALABAMA
Motor Rebullders Automotive Machine Work
Crankshaft Reground Auto Parts 8 Accessories
Broad St and I9th Ave
GIBSON TIRE CO
LANE TILE 81 MARBLE CO
FLOOR COVERING CONTRACTORS
Pa rkvnew Center
OWEN MEREDITH 81 SONS
MORTGAGE LOANS REAL ESTATE
2213 Broad St Tuscaloosa Ala
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DRUGS BOBS B RBER SHOP
Phone 7363 lOO4 Queen Cnty Ave Always gnvung Its
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS
Sportlng Goods Household Supplues
C Lldden Paints Tnmz Wall Paper
Hand and Delta Power Tools EleCtnC and Cas Appluances
J OVIATT BOWERS CO INC
2105 2nd Street Phone 4466
Plenty ot Parlclng Space with No Time Llmlt
PULLEN MOTOR CAR COMPANY
SALES and SERVICE
527 22nd Ave Phone 3183
A SQUARE DEAL SINCE l9l5
6th Street and 23rd Avenue
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COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE
CO ED BEAUTY SALONE
Across from ACS Statxon
SOUTH SIDE DRUG
2204 Greensboro Ave
AUSTIN 8. ALSTON
Dodge Plymouth Cars and Trucks
Phone 4434 Tuscaloosa Ala
2II7 Broad Phone 2460
PURE PEP COMPANY
726 C boro Ave Phone 2821
Mercury Outboard Motors
RIDE TO SCHOOL
1922 Broad Street
Tuscaloosa Ala Tel 81666
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BOB S RESTAURANT
Next to Kress
THE GnAY's MEN's snor
T R TAYLOR
Harry Pntchett Marlin Moore
PRITCHETT MOORE INC
REAL ESTATE LOANS RENTALS
527 23rd Ave
STEIN S SHOE SHOP
2326 6th Street Phone 3986
Duckworth Morrns Insurance Agency
RENTALS LOANS REAL ESTATE
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MRS ALSTON MAXWELL
I509 Unzversaty Ave
Your Rawluns Dealer
TEAM ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT
2 O9 Broad St Tuscaloosa Ala
DRUID FURNITURE CO
Horne of Quality Furniture
RADIOS -K STOVES -K FINE FURNITURE 41 REFRICERATORS
Phone 7574 22l 5 6th St
TH E SALVATION ARMY
Heart to COD and Hand to MAN
Toward a Better World
W B DRAKE 81 SON PRINTERS
2l I9 9th Street
DE SCHOT RADIO
RADIOS cf RECORDS
A Better Repaur Servlce
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Sold for Many Years Good Assortment
New and Rebuult Old Bicycles Accepted OFFICE MACHINES
Tennns Rackets Tensaon Strung Shup
ment of New Strings Rackets Balls ust
Received All Work Guaranteed By Auxaxxuuzllf,
HILBISH BICYCLE STORE
NEW CARS AND TRUCKS EOR RENT
BRANSCOMB U DRIVE IT C0
PURE PEP COMPANY OF TUSCALOOSA
DISTRIBUTORS OE PURE OIL PRODUCTS
I S Robertson Presudent
FINCHER 8. OZMENT JEWELRY CO
ARTlsTuc ENoRAvINo AND EXPERT REPAIRING
Diamonds Watches Ievvelry Glass Clocks Sllverware Silver Plated Ware
Fnne Chlna Enne Statnonery
SIS Greensboro Ave Phone 2253
OVER 25 YEARS OE SERVICE
N E T U D
23l 4V2 Broad Street Phone 2094
POWE S SHOE STORE HAMBURGERS
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THE BLOSSOM SHOPPE
Day Phone 4563 Nnght Phone 3675
Broad Street Tuscaloosa Ala
The Best Thing ln Lute IS a Good Meal
THE GRILL COFFEE SHOP
2lO8 Broad Street Tuscaloosa
Chas Boldrng Owner
Breakfasts Dinners and Suppers Daily
Toasted Sandwiches and Short Orders
Open Day :nd Nught tor Your
THE AUTO RITE
9th St G Greensboro Ave
MOTO SWAY LUBRIGATION
T H E A U T O R I T E
Keeps Your Auto Rrght
L L ADAMS
Refrlgerahon 8. Electric Co
508 Greensboro Ave
FIVE POINTS SERVICE
1500 Greensboro Ave
P E Payne
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Home of Good Food
l200 8th Street jimmy Sandusky Owner
YELLOW FRONT STORES
DRY GOODS SHOES GROGERIES
Compliments of C0mplIm8I'lTS of
THE JEWEL BOX
Byron lvlcNerl Owner
504 Greensboro Ave
Sooner or Later Your Favonte Cleaner
LANCASTER S GARAGE Harry Prntchett Marlun Moore
Sales oLosrv1oBlLE sefvrce PRITCHETT MOORE INC
General Auto and Truck Repairs Real Estate Loans Rentals
2028 Sixth Street Phone 36l5 General Insurance
Tuscaloosa Alabama 527 23rd Avenue
Sheatter Pen and Pencll Sets
Hallmark Graduatlon Cards
OFFICE SUPPLY CO
21 24 Broad Street Phone 2636
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