Union City High School - Tornado Yearbook (Union City, TN)
- Class of 1941
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JNION ITY TEINJN
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ln preparing this edition ot the TORNADO we as
representatives ot the Senior class have done our
best to reflect life as it really was in 1941 at U C H S
Vxfe hope that we have conveyed to you the spirit
ot Congeniality and cooperation which prevails here
We know that through this book many invaluable
memories will be recalled in the years to come
memories of classmates clubs athletics and other
a tivities which have played such an important part
in our school life May this book prove as great a
pleasure to you who look at it as it has to us in pre
paring it for you
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In recoanltlon of the many
years of falthful and superlor
SGIVICG Wh1Ch she has devoted
to the Unlon C1ty I-hgh School
and 1n the hope that thls serv
1ce may be contmued for
many more years We the
Senlor Class do dedlcate thls
1941 edltlon of The Tornado
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T D OZMENT
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Superrntendent Clty Schools Instructor rn Blble
B S Umon Umversrty M A Peabody College
C W THOMASSON
B A M A Ph D
PIIHCIPCII Senlor Hlgh School Instructor rn Englxsh
B A Georgetown College M A Ph D Peabody
T F WALLACE
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Instructor rn Physrcal Scrences and Matrematxcs
Athletrc Coach Iumor I-hgh Prmcrpal
B A M A Umverslty of Mrssrssxppr
R G WILSON
Director of Athletlcs Instructor rn Czvrcs and Geog
raphy Glrls Basketball Coach Assrstant Iumor
B S Memplus State Teachers College Graduate
Student Duke Umversxty
B S Peabody College M A Columbna Umver
Instructor rn HISIOFY
B A Randolph Macon College
Instructor rn Latln
B S Memphls State Teachers College
G A CASH
B Mus Ed
Drrector of Muslc
Bachelor of MUSIC Educatxon Murray State Teach
KATIE LEE THOMPSGN
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B S State Teachers College Murfreesboro B
rn I. S Peabody College
MRS C W THOMASSON
Instructor ln English and Sclence
B Ed Southern lllmoxs Normal Unrverslty
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Instructor rn Iunror H1 h Mathematr s
B Ed Western Illrnols S ate Teachers C eqe
Instructor rn ,unrcr Hrqh Enqlrsh
SAM M CHAMBERS
Instructor m Broloqrcal Scrences and Iumor Hrqh
Graduate Student Mrsszssrppr Statc Colleqe
MARTHA ELLEN FUTRELL
Instructor rn Tumor Hugh Hrstory
B A Vanderbrlt Umversrty
Instructor rn Home Economrcs
B S Unrversrty of Tennessee
Instructor rn Commerclal Arts
B A Murray State Teachers Colleqe
Instructor rn French and Enqlrsh
B A Murray State Teachers College
Drploma U C H S
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Cfaaa f9 opAec9 0 1941
Followrng graauatron rn l94l the members of our most zllustrrous cass have separated as
they garned fame and fortune rn their partrcu ar frelds Therefore rt was wrth great pleasure
I recerved a letter recently from a forrrer classmate The letter went as follows
Srnce our last naeetrng I have traveled extensrvely rn several European co.rntrres I am
at the present employed Ly the Chandler Chewy Candy Corooratron of whrch Iohrr Ivre Chandler
rs the presrdent and hrs legal advrscr rs the renowned attorney Mark Mrtchell My work rs very
easy as well as rnterestrng I travel all over the world rntroducrng our famous candy and durrng
these rourneys I meet many people about whom I feel you would lrke to hear
I made the trrp to Europe rn the Ellrott ocean lrner Elrzabeth so named for rts wealthy
owner By far the most popular man on board was Howard Forrester of the Forrester Automob le
Manufacturing Company who was not only pursued by the well known Iack Hazelrrgg dancmg
troupe consrstrng of Sue Cole Ollre Sue Burnett Iessre Srnrth and Wrlma Adams but cven the
man datrng stewardess Rena Pruett The passengers were entertarned by a forty prece band
called Hudgrns Hot Heppers I recognrzed Irmmy at once and whrle renewrng old acguamtance
I learned that hrs vocalrst and recent brrde was none other than Margaret Martrn
Upon my arrrval rn England my bags were eagerly serzed by a porter whose face looked
strangely famrlrar Suddenly I realrzed that rt was that ambrtrous boy from back home Sam Guy
When I reached my hotel I found a message wartrng askrng me to call Lady I-Iarrrngton I was
very puzzled untrl I was told that her ladyshrp was the former Ionnye Owens She rmrted me
to be her guest at a ball grven rn honor of four vrsrtrng Russran offrcrals I was gurte olcasantly
shocked to drscover that the wrves of these offrcrals were Nezzre Curry Arleene Dyer Katherrne
Ienkrns and Edna Walker
In a few days I left for France where I encountered many more of our classmates Roy
Cary Wehman had become the famous French artrst Ptor Carr the great actress known only rn
her adopted land as Myra wrll be remembered by her school chums as Berth Hatley and the
prrde of New Yorks polrce force Chref Edward Hudson who was on hrs honeymoon rn Parrs
wrth hrs blushrng brrde Margaret Hendrrcks
demand I rmmedrately boarded a tram for that country The trarn was very crowdea and I
was forced to share a seat wrth several members of a peace delegation on therr way to Germany
Imagrne my astonrshment when I drscovered these members to be Sammye Cook Charles Hall
and Leona Verhrne Under an oath of secrecy they rnformed me that the two omes who had
turned the whole government of Germany topsyturvy were my old frrends Roberta Howard and
Nardeen Sheffer Also on the tram were the noted Amerrcan physrcran Doctor Earl Wayne
Krllron and hrs assrstant Martha Iane Crabtree the much sought after fashron desrgner Vrrgrnra
Hogan the renowned hrstorran Ioseph Reekes and hrs secretary Carolyn Brown and the wealthy
race fancrer Iames McAdoo who was rn Europe buyrng thoroughbreds to rncrea e hrs stables
Iames whrspered to me that the man travelrng rncognrto wrth htm was the great coal and rce
magnate Gene Clemmons McAdoo Before leavrng the trarn a newsboy came through shoutrng
Extra ' I bought a copy and learned of the extraordrnary cross country brcycle race of Phrl
Morson and Edwrn Tune
As I approached the school I was amazed to see every member of the student body
standrng on hrs head Thrs was explarned to me by the athletrc drrector lane Glover as an
exercrse desrgned to clear the grrls mrnds for studyrng I was rnvrted by the old mard prrncrpal
lane Grbbs to a tea grven for all the old mard teachers Among those attendrng were the Latrn
teacher Margaret Anne Youngblood the geomerry teacher Emrly lane Woosley and the Englrsh
teacher Rebecca Hall he guest of honor was the leader of the Socrety for th Preventron of
Cruelty to Angle Worms Emrly Frelas The tea was rnterrupted by the appeararce of the man
ager of the famous Lamandas and Lerastus dance team The manager was Aurelra McGurre
and she was there to book a performance forthe team whrch consrsted of Mrldred and Vernon Scott
I am lookrng forward to my return to the Unrted States at whrch trme I hall certarnly
look you up Hoprng to see you soon I rcmarn
Yo rs wrth love
Mary Catherrne Caruthers
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President 4: Vice-President 3: Hi-Y Club 2.
3, Vice-President 3: Student Council 1: lun-
ior Basketball Team 1: Latin Club 2: Box-
ing 3: Band 1, 2, 3. 4, President 4: "Tomado
Flashes" 3, 4, Editor 4: "Who's Who"-Most
"A rare sense ol humor is hers."
Secretary 4: Home Economics Club 3: Band
Sponsor 4: Assistant Advertising Manager
ot "Tornado Flashes" 4.
Here's a farmer who is really going to
Home Economics Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4: 4 H
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, President 4:
French Club 3: Spelling Certificate 2, 3:
Penmanship Certificate 3.
"Gee, l'm sweet."
Carnival Maid 3: Cheer Leader 3: Glee
Club President 3: Home Economics Club 3:
President Mixed Chorus 4.
MARY CATHERINE CARUTHERS
Her enthusiasm sends her soaring.
Home Economics Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 3.
"Her worth should not be measured by
Ietterson City High School l, 2, Treasurer 2:
U. C. H. S. 3, 4: Short Hand Club 3: Home
Economics Club 3, 4, Secretary 4: West
Tennessee District Representative 4.
MARTHA IANE CRABTREE
"She dwells in a region of silence."
Home Economics Club l, 2: French Club 3.
"Fair and sweet, gracious to greet,
charming to meet."
Short Hand Club 3: Spelling Certificate 3:
Bible Certificate 3.
EMILY IANE WOOSLEY
When she gets her gun, she's a men-
ace to the rabbit family.
Vice-President 4, l: Secretary 2: President
3: President ot French Club 3, 4: Latin Club
2: Beta Club 3, 4. President 4: News Editor
"Tornado Flashes" 4.
"Here comes that nice friendly fellow."
Treasurer 4: Secretary-Treasurer 3: Foot-
ball l, 2. 3. 4. Captain 4: Basketball 1, 2,
3. 4, Captain 4: U. C. Club l, 2, 3, 4: Stu-
dent Council 1: "Who's Who" - Best Ath-
lete l, Most Courteous 2, 3.
Gaiety and Company.
Basketball Squad 1: Home Economics Club
2, 4, President 4: "Tornado Flashes" 4: 4-H
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President
3, 4: Candidate icr Maid 2.
OLLIE SUE BRUNETT
"Not extremely tall, but neither was
IOHN IVIE CHANDLER
"Here's a small package of mischief
U. C. Club 4: Football Manager 4: Basket-
ball Manager 4: "Tornado Flashes" Busi-
ness Manager 4.
She deserves the best.
Home Economics Club Z.
She is capable of much when she
Lincoln Ir. High School, Pontiac, Michigan
1, President l: Pontiac Senior High School
2: U. C. H. S. 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4.
"She makes everyone feel at home."
Chestnut Grade High School 1, 2: Basket-
ball Team l, 2: U. C, H. S. 3, 4: Home Eco-
nomics Club 3, 4: Obion County Council 4:
4-H Club 3, 4.
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Hornbeak Hlgh School 1 2 Secretary l
Vnce Presxdent 2 Maud Mlss Hornbeak
Hxgh School 2 Maud Mlss Obion County
1 Secretary of Home Economics Club 1
Annual Staff 2 Cheer Leader 1 2 4 U
C H S 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 3
IANE ELIZABETH GIBBS
Intelhgence and abrhly unbounded
H B Plant Hlgh School 38 39 40 Home
Room Secretary 37 Chaplatn ot Home
Room 38 Pep o Plant Home Room Re
porter 39 Home Room V1cePresxdent 40
Girl Reserves l 2 3 Presldent Sophomore
Gxrl Reserves 38 Pep Squad 38 39 40
U C H S 4 Band Sponsor 4 Football
Queen 4 Beta Club 4 Home Economncs
Club 4 Basketball Squad 4
SAM L GUY
Am I veg table ammol or r'wmercl7
Band 2 3
REBECCA HAT L
And she IS so qutet
French Club Repor er 3 4 4H Club l 2
3 Glee Club Reporter 3 Spelling Certlfl
cates 2 3 Spelllng Medals 2 3 Regxonal
French Tournament 3rd Place 3 Penman
shrp Medal 3 French Certrlrcate 3 Pen
manshlp Certxhcate 3 Who s Who Most
Studlous l Obton County Youth Councll 4
Huntmg lS Just a habtt wxth htm
Secretary Treasurer 1
Slow to speak and slow to act
yet a Jolly good sport at that
French Club 3 Short Hand Club 3
Look out here I come
Band 2 3 4
A good lme backed by a hltle mfor
motlon goes a long way
Basketball Squad I 2 Basketball Team 3
4 Football Team 4 Boxing Team 3 4 U
C Club 3 4 Bxology Club 4 Vnce Pres:
dent Mixed Chorus 4
HOWARD H FORRESTER
And sttll tt stays the some as fresh
and green as he day xt came
HI Y Club 3 4 Advertrslng Manager Tor
nado Flashes 4 Band 2 3 4 Mix d
SARA IANE GLOVER
She refuses to take hte too senously
Soldan Hlgh School St Louxs l Basketball
Squad l Woodland Mtlls High School 2
Basketball Team 2 Dlstrlct All Star 2 4 H
Club 2 Home Econormcs Club 2 U C H
S 3 4 Basketball Team 3 4 County and
g:Eg'l:f All Star 3 U C Club 3 4 Biology
He could pose for collar ads
Football Squad 2 Short Hand Club 3
She IS the one wzth that school gzrl
Home Economics Club 4 Latm 2 3 Band
Sponsor 4 Penmanshnp Certthcate
She can be rdenttlred by her laughter
Home Economics Club 2 4 Glee Club 2 4
Band 4 4HClub2 3 4
Not a has been but a gomg to be
Kenton Hxgb School 1 Basketball Team l
Polytecbmc Hxgh School Port Worth Texas
2 Basketball Team 2 Btology Club 2 U
C H S 3 4 GleeClub3 4
III make a note of that
Dune Hxgh School l 2 Basketball l 2
VxcePres1dent 2 U C H S 3 4 Home
Econolmcs Club 3
EARL W KILLION
The Confederate General
Basketballl 2 3 4 Alternate Captam 4
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"l don't qive a continental!"
Latin Club 3, 4: French Club 3.
Words can not describe him.
Campaign Manager 1: Latin Club 2.
Oh, Ionnye Oh!
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, President 4: French Club
4: Carnival Queen 4.
Here comes another brainstorm.
Home Economics Club 4,
Never hurriesg never worries.
French Club 3, 4: "Tornado Flashes" 3, 4
"He always laughs -'- last."
EDNA ERLE WALKER
"Nothing ever happens to me."
Basketball Squad 4: Pep Squad 4: Home
Economics Club 2: French Club 3: Girls'
Glee Club 3.
"His intelligence is always at work."
Football Team 4: U. C, Club 4: Band 2:
Beta Club 3, 4. Vice-President 4: Hi-Y Club
3, 4: Latin Club 2: "Who's Who" 2, 3.
Bright headed inside and out.
Reporter 4: Sergeant-at-Arms 3: Football
'ruad 2, 3: Football Team 4: Basketball
Manager 1: Basketball Squad 2: Basketball
Team 3. 4: U. C. Club l, 2, 3, 4: Advertising
Manager "Tornado Flashes" 2: Mixed
VIRGINIA LEE PIERCE
"Never idle, never still, always talk-
ing, talk she will."
Home Economics Club 1, 3: Drum Major 4.
He seems to master all that he at'
French Club 3. 4, Secretary 4: Latin Club
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Beta Club 3, 4.
Treasurer 4: Obion County Youth Council
"The peppiest bundle of humanity
ch Club 3 Latin Club 2, 3: Spelling
Certificates 2. 3: 4-H Club 1, 2.
She can make a piano talk.
Corinth, Miss., High School 1, 2, 3: Secre-
tary-Treasurer ot Home Economics Club 1:
Class Secretary-Treasurer 2: Glee Club 1.
3: Head Cheer Leader 3: U. C. H. S. 4:
Home Economics Club 4.
ROY CARY WEHMAN
Shalcespeares ardent admirer.
Art Editor "Tornado Flashes" 4: Band l. 2
3, 4, Reporter 4.
MARGARET ANN YOUNGBLOOD
She wins friends by being one.
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Mixed
Chorus Reporter 4: "Tornado Flashes" 3.
4. Reporter 3, Columnist 4: Certificate in
Mathematics 3: Certificate in Latin 3: Beta
Club 3, 4, Secretary 4.
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KATHERINE PIERCE V1cePres1dem
DOROTHY UPCHURCH Secretory
ALVA NELLE TAYLOR Treasurer
IAMES ROBERT CLARK
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MARIE GREENWE' L
VIRGINIA IEE HOLMAN
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AUDREY NEAL LYNN
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CATHERINE VANCE NIOSS
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Asslstant Advertrsmg Manager Aurella McGu re
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Th Go den Tornado iourneyed to Mayfield for their irst
encounter of the 40 season There they suffered defeat at the
hands of the Cardinals by the score of 14 t U 'Everyone was
fairly well pleased with the way the green Tornado sqt,aa showed
up against the Vtlest Tennessee Champs
Th Fulton Bulldogs fell victims to the Tornado a to
margin in the Tornados second encounter Norrtd l-licks and
Kemp scored the Tornados three touchdowns Norrids c m g cn a
GO yard run Mitchells defensive play was outst ndrna in this
The Union City athletic teams are indeed
ferturate in having two outstanding mentors in
Coaches 'Nallace and Vlfilson.
Coach Wallace who is serving h s eleventh
year as boys football and basnetbal coach
lwavs manages to assemhl tearrs which are
ts ar oing contenders in West Tennessee This
wears foctbal squad was one of the most n
experienced that he has had to work with but
with a great deal of work ard rattf noe he made
it into a team that trset the high v rat d Dyers
lura team in the last aame of th season Al
though tl' rcst of the season was only medlocre
everyon thought Coach Vllal ace did a fine cb
At the oate of this writing the boys basketball
sguad under the direction of Coach Wallace has
had a successful season winning five and losing
Athletic director and gurls basketball coach
Wils n who is rounding out his eleventh year
as c ach and his fot.rth y ar as the school s ath
letic d r ctcr has a so done a fme rob in coaching
the air s team and in cdrrm ster na the fnances
t athlete associat n At this wr trng t
Pres nt team has won two games white losing
our but the team has shown steady in rr vement
11 tr ast thr e games
Th sguad dropped its thxrd game to the Humbolot Rams 6 to O This was th f S
h rn game ana a very large crowd wa ched the two t ants ray fine defensive football
The firt half ended in a UO deadlock Lut the Rars came back to score in the thtrd
auarter Thrs proved to be the deciding margin as th Tornado was vainly trying to score
by means of passing when the final whlstle blew
The powerful Tr nton Bulls who were later to tte Icctqson and then gg on to wtn the
Big Ten rolled over a fighting Tornado elev ri by a 29 to O c:Jt.nt Boasting two of West
Tenness es Lest lac s they showed a fine offensiv at ack that was too much for the
The Tornado s ffered their wcrst defeat in f rvcn Lars wl en they w re deff-ated bv
the lac son Bears Ly a sc r of 47 to U ln this 1 arne Uniot City was hand capp d by the
w r the b ggest fact rs in the Tc rr aao s defeat
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was an offensive te r ri Qerin k si wca r or tcp t an
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yard drive Esch spfedy Dr saen tack r ttrri f th r c ff t thc T rnadc LU 'yar
line and several plays later tossed a tocchrlewrr rass try for extra
r int and the 'lcrnado held a lead wl ici was rirvrr scrrusiv tl rratt-ned The outstanding
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Mark Mrtch ll Mark a Senrcr played letr -r e and was 'nan
He was epecrally good n defense and M-yd e ,A mn
on reverses possrbre Hrs est ames were a arns H.rmbo t af' D es err
Gene McAdoo Gene rn hrs frrst year the team , a l' rd char
H was not a starter but when rn h garrre r hr
posrng bac s many trmes H player' best rn the Dyersbur, and T er' rr enc dnt-ers
Walter Phrlrps ater retcr nown s t us r l out f
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thrs lack of werght by berng very fast on l wnfrfld blockrn, elrs
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loe Hamrlton Battleshrp was the man who held Dyers urgs hrghry touted rev
lrne of scrrmage He also played a bang up game cn offense He was only a ,unr
elected one of the co captarns for the cornrng season Besrdes Dyershu g l e so
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Ben Howard Yarmen alternated between the blockrna ard wmgoack ass gnments H
looked especrally good rn th Dresden contest rn whrch 're ot away for seferal nrce ga rs
Besrdes the Dresden game he played well rn the Dyersburg garre
lohnny Cwens Iohnny although lee was the smallest back n the squad coula rsh rt out wrth
the best of them He took over the quarterback slot when Ncrrrd was hurt and hrs accurate
passes always made hrm a threat He played hrs leest cames agarnst Mayfre a and laclcson
Floyd Hrcks Floyd was a very fast wrngback He scored the frrst touchdown of the season
and showed promrse of becomrng an outstandrng player before he moved to
Iunror and got to play only three games
lrm McClure lrm who was a regular all year althouah he Nas only a
wmgback blcckrng back and guard Hrs specralty was down freld blockrng
rn some good ball carryrng exhrbrtrons agarnst Dresden and Southsrde
Foster Frazrer Foster was another Sophomore back who rated a berth on
played blockrng back untrl he ran rnto tough luck rn the Sou ln Srde aame a
tured arm Foster whose specralty was blockmg ends played rrs best game a
Hurley Kemp Hurley better known as Bushel to hrs team 'nares has yet to rr
he Could not out krck Hrs puntrng and runnrng were znvaluab e t the team H
outstandrng rn the Fulton and Dyersburg games
Ben Norrld Chrcken who played quarterback was the reams fastest and
freld runner He got away for many long garns durrng the season He was for
games when hrs shoulder was thrown out of place but oth rwzse playea frne
rn the Dresden and Dyersburg games
Captarn lames McAdoo lames made th tann an rdea aptarn He was
leader and played good ball on both offense and defense lt was hrs sensatrcnal
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Earl Wayne Krllron Doc was an outstandrng wrngman on d tense The opposrng team had
a hard trme gettrng around hrs end for any substantral garrs He was honored by hrs team
mates by berng elected alternate captarn He played outstarrarng ball oth agarnst Parrs and
Chester Brunson Chester was a brg man who played the stron s de end and Nas t ne on defense
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averag Coach Wallace had Iames M Adoo and Doc Krllron from the
precedrng years team around whtch to burld a startrng aggregatron The
acqursrtron of Ray Dunn who moved from Kentucky greatly strengthened the
team Norrrd Kemp Howard and Ger-e Mcllrdoo turnrshed mate-rral for the
remarnrng posrtrons Durlng th season tue team lost only four games one
to Memphrs Central one to South Fulton and two to Dresden The two games
lost to Dresden were by margms ct two pornts each The team after defeatrng
Hornbeak and Cloverdale rn the second round and semrfrnals went to the
trnals of the county tournament and there was defeated by Souh Fulton
Dunn and lames McAdoo were named on the All County Star Team At thrs
wrrtrng the drstrrct tournament 1S one week rn the future and the Tornado
should acqurt rtself well there South Fulton w1ll be the only partrcrpant that
the Tornado has not defeated rn erther season or tournament play Krllron
lames McAdoo Gene McAdco and Hurley Kemp wrll be lost to the team by
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rmpcrtant prvot pcsrtrrn and was hrgh sc rt-r rn aln st every game He played best rn the
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Ray Dunn Percy was the dofensrve star of the tea The man tc whom he was assrgned
seldom c red many pfrnts Percy asf was cutstanarnr, rn ge-ttrnq the ball cn rebounds frorn
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wrn that enabled them to wrn many games they could not have otherwrse won
There are only three Senrors on thls years team Glover Grbbs and
BlLl.lE THWEATT A most valuable player rn the plvot posrtron Brllre has lead the team as
SUSAN SIMPSON Susan rs an excellent pa ser and can be depended upon even rn the
MARGARET McADOO A brrllrant and depe dable forward wrth a good eye for the basket
Maggte has done her share rn all the games
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MARY KELLY Mary alternates wtth Thweatt at th prvot spot and h r he ght and ab1l ty have
made her a valuable as et to the squad
IANE GLOVER lane was an outstandmg guard last year and IS lrvlna up to her reputatlon
MARTHA HARRIS Mot does mu h to WIP games wtth her steady garre and f1ght1ng sp1r1t
REBECCA M O O R E
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Back Row Cathenne Todd Betty Io Fuller Mrldred Iohns Betty lean Tune
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Back Bow Brlly Dawdson H C Iohnson Gerald Garrlson Harry Hall Bob
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Front Bow Iames McAdoo Earl Wayn Kllllon Gola Mxtchell Hurley Kemp
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Back Bow Iohn lv1e Chandler loe Hamrlton Mark Mrtchell Chester Brunson
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lane Grhlo Most Popular
lanaes McAdoo Best All
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lane Glover Best All Round
B st Athlete
Buddy Vrncent and Dons les
sup Most 1n Love
Hurley Kernp and Margaret
Anderson Btqaest Flrrts
Iames Arns and Rebecca
Hall Most Studrous
hmmy Hudqms and Emtly
lane Woosley Most
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Ben Norrld and Ionnye OW
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Maids of Honor e Mary Frances Thornton, Rebecca Moore
?e5 Escort - Vernon Scott
Queen lane Gibbs
Escoris Capt la s McAao Alt Papt Earl W Killi n Ben Norrid
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