Albertville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Albertville, AL)

 - Class of 1954

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 11111! ! 11U111 ill ...................... II 111II ,mmmmm ! i iili ||l II IIII mi I mil 11111111 fir 1 iiiii nnni [HHHIHHIHil! III mi SANDRA GIPSON Editor WAYNE WASHAM Business Manager TRENT WHITTEN Staff Photographer KYTHA WILLIAMS Feature Editor NERINE DRIVER Typist RODERICK DAVIS Circulation Manager JOE DECKER Sports Editor CLETA VON GARRISON SecretaryAt A.H.S. we are serious when we study; we are frivolous when we have fun. These friends and these occasions we want to preserve in your memory. It is with this hope that we present MISS KATHLEEN BROWN Faculty Advisor DU —who have been patient and understanding, even when you knew we were wrong, and have possessed perseverance which we ourselves were lacking —who have led the 1954 Senior Class through the bright days of triumph, and, yes, through the darkest days of trial and tribulation —who have never refused to hesitate as you worked, to counsel one of your students who had become confused or despondent, and to give him your cheerful outlook upon life and strength with which to hurdle any problem —who have carried through the years a Christian philosophy of life, and have based your every act and thought upon the Golden Rule —-who have contributed to our school all good and fine you had to offer —who have made us love you, and be honored to claim you as our own. To you—-MISS EUNICE BOONE-—we. the seniors of 1954, humbly and sincerely dedicate the 1954 MOUNTAINEER.I TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1954, STUDENTS OF ALBERTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY Your school days have contributed to your development in many ways. Your strength of character, your personality, and your standards of good citizenship are determined in a large measure by what you learn and what you do in school. The Moral and Spiritual development has always been a major purpose of this school. We know that mere knowledge or skills will not produce good character. Your school is one of the vital influences in making of your life. Your home, family, church, and community organizations are powerful influences. They work together to make you a self-reliant cooperative member of your community. I recommend that you continue your development, keeping as your goal the high ideals which are pictured for you in this your 1954 MOUNTAINEER. B. E. McPherson, Principal ALBERTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL T l ; V „ jfrV ! ‘»J r ■».■» • • i ■' 1 : -"r''JEUNICE BOONE, B.S., M.S. Jacksonville State Alabama Polytechnic University of Alabama Columbia College KATHLEEN BROWN, B.S., M. A. Huntingdon College Peabody College Iowa State College C. K. BUCKELEW, B.S. Howard College Jacksonville State NANCY JO LUTHER, A.B. Howard College University of North Carolina GWENDOLYN RICHEY, A.B., Athens College Peabody College KATHLEEN GARRETT, B.S. Alabama College HAZEL GIBSON, B.S., M. A. Jacksonville State University of Alabama VERNON WELLS, B.S. Mississippi Southern M. A.MARY MURDOCK, A.B., M.A. Alabama College Peabody College KITTYE THOMASON, A.B. Huntingdon College Peabody College Alabama Polytechnic P. L. COFFEY, B.S. Howard College Alabama Polytechnic RUTH GRINDLE, B.S. Alabama College OLLIN H. HAYES, B.S. Snead Junior College Jacksonville State BETTY MOORE, B.S. Snead Junior College University of Alabama MARY EMMA THOMPSON. B. Alabama College FRED A. BISHOP, B.S. Florence State S. I IRUSSELL GIBSON, B.S., B.A., M.A. Jacksonville State University of Alabama LESTER LANDERS, B.S. Howard College AUSIE SMOTHERS, A.B. Howard College Jacksonville State MARY WEATHERS, A.A., B.A. Logan College Athens College 12 JONNISE BUCKELEW, B.S. Snead Junior College Jacksonville State MARGARET DAVIS, B.S., Vanderbilt University Peabody College Curry College VERNICE GALLOWAY, B.S Jacksonville State RUBY GOODWIN, B.S. Alabama College Jacksonville State M.A.SAMUEL A. KEY. B.S., M.A. University of Alabama AUBREY RUSH, B.S. University of Alabama IVA LENE BUCKELEW, B.S., M.A. Florence State Peabody College BETTY JANE DARDESS, B.M.E. Birmingham Conservatory of Music H. C. GREGORY, B.S., M.S. Jacksonville State Alabama Polytechnic GEORGE E. NIXON, B. A. University of Miami Vanderbilt University Peabody College HELEN WALKER Gadsden Business College 13 ■■■SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Treasurer..............................................JIMMY PARSONS Vice President....................................CLETA VON GARRISON Secretary..............................................NERINE DRIVER President.....................................................NEAL REEDANNE BAILEY "Dependability is nobility’s true badge." May Day 1; FHA 1,2,3; FNC 4; Senior Who's Who. BETTY BAIN "People like her make the world go ’round." Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; "Cavalcade" Staff 4; Glee Club 1, 3,4; Debate 4; May Day 1,2; Senior Who's Who. POLLY BANKS "I might be better if I could; but it's awfully lonesome being good." FHA 4. RAY BEDDINGFIELD "Joy for his fortune; honor for his valor." FFA 1,2,3. "Her airs, her manner; All who saw admired." May Day 1, 2; Beta Club 2, 3,4; Office Staff 4.GEORGE CARR "I'm not so tall, but neither was Napoleon." Junior Who's Who; FFA 1,2,3. NEAL COOLEY A good-natured kind, a trusty lad." FFA 1,3; 4th place Winner in Marshall County FFA Quiz Contest 3; Glee C lub 3,4. JOHN BRUCE "He’s tough, ma'am, tough is J. B.; tough and devilish sly.” Band 1; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; School Store 4; Junior Civitan 4; Second Highest Magazine Salesman. ELOISE CAMP "When hearts are true, few words will do." May Day 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH DUNN "If being happy were a crime, he'd surely get a life sentence." FFA 1.2, 3.4; Glee Club 3.4. JOE FRANK DECKER He who has a gallant air never lacks a lady fair." Beta Club 2,3,4; "A" Club 2,3,4; Junior Civitan 2, 3,4; Football 1, 2,3,4; Junior Who's Who; Boys' State 3; Good Citizenship Medal 1; Mountaineer Staff: Cavalcade Staff 3, 4.nerine driver "Fun loving, happy, like the sunshine she goes winging her way thru each heart she knows.” May Day 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4; Glee Club Secretary 3,4; Civitan Oratorical Contest 3,4; Junior Who's Who; Senior Who's Who; Senior Class Secretary; Mountaineer Staff 4; Office Staff 4. RONALD ELROD "A gay. likable fellow who is a friend to all." Basketball 2, 3,4; FFA 1; May Day 2,3. RODERICK DAVIS "He is complete in feature and in mind, with all good grace to grace a gentleman." Mountaineer Staff 4; Beta Club 4; Debate Team 4; Cavalcade Staff 4; Civitan Oratorical Winner 4; Senior Who’s Who. ADAM ENGLAND "Mischief is a part of him." FFA 1.2,3; Glee Club 2, 3,4. RONNIE FARR "God gave me hills to climb and strength for climbing." WILLODEAN FERGUSON "Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low; an excellent thing in a woman." May Day 1; FHA 1,2,3; Fashion Show Winner 3.ill ROYCE FORTSON "Tricks he hath had in him, which gentlemen have." Senior Class Favorite 4. CLETA VON GARRISON "Those about her shall learn from her the perfect ways of honor." Beta Club 2,3,4; FHA 3; Junior Class Secretary-; Junior Class Favorite; Senior Class Vice President; Senior Class Favorite; FNC 4; Vice President of FNC 4; Mountaineer Staff 4; County FHA Officer 3; Salutatorian 4. THOMAS GILLILAN "It is not good that man should be alone." Football 1,2, 3. 4; "A" Club I, 2,3, 4; Vice President 4; Junior Who's Who; Basketball 1. SANDRA GIPSON "She adorned whatever subject she spoke or wrote by the most splendid eloquence. Cavalcade Staff 3,4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Mountaineer Staff 3, 4; Civitan Oratorical Winner 2,3; Debate Team 3; Curtain Callers 2; Herald Correspondent; Football Cheerleader 3; "Miss A.H.S." CAROLYN GOODWIN "It is better to love one little boy lots than to love lots of little boys little." FHA 1,2; May Day 1,2; Beta Club 1,2, 3.4. KENNETH GRAY "Much study is wearisome to the flesh." Glee Club 3,4.PEGGY GRAY "There's room in my heart for every boy. FHA 1,2; May Day 1,2. TEMPIE HALL "Good nature is a sign of a large and generous soul.” Office Staff 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4; May Day 1,2. FAYRENE HAM "Sweet and fair, attracting all those around her." May Day 1, 2. CHARLES HARRIS 'Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. Glee Club 2,3,4; FFA 1. BONNIE HILDEBRAND "A quiet conscience makes one so serene. Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Office Staff 4; Senior Who's Who. CLARENCE HOLSONBACK "My only books were women's looks, and folly's all they taught me." FFA 1,3,4; Glee Club 3,4.SHIRLEY JOLLEY "Very neat and very small, always kind and sweet to all." Glee Club 2,3; Glee Club Librarian 3; Junior Who's Who; Senior Who's Who; One of top ten in magazine sales. MALCOLM KITCHENS "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.” Junior Civitan 2, 3,4; FFA 1, 2,3, 4; FFA Treasurer 2; Glee Club 4; Senior Who's Who. BETTY JOHNSON "Eyes that twinkle like the stars.” Basketball Cheerleader 4; Office Staff 4; May Day 2, 3. JANE JOHNSTON "How fluently nonsense trips from her tongue." Homecoming Attendant 3; Senior Who's Who. mm ARLENE KNOX Versatile, vivacious and a pleasing one to know. ” Glee Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Band Secretary and Treasurer 2,3,4; Beta Club 2,3,4; All State Band 2,3; County Band 2,3; One of top ten magazine salesmen. ARDELL LATHAM The mildest manner, the gentlest heart."n LORETTA LEDBETTER Her face makes sunshine in shady places." May Day 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Favorite 1; Football Cheerleader 2,3; Junior Who's Who 3. CHERI LONG Her heart is like a moon, ever changing but always with a man in it." Band 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Flag Bearer 3; Junior Who's Who; Feature Editor of "Cavalcade" ; Homecoming Queen 3. JO ANN LONG "To be useful is the greatest virtue." FHA 1, 2, 3,4; FHA Reporter 3, 4; May Day 1,2, 3. JACQUELINE LYLES "Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever." May Day 3; FHA Parliamentarian 1, 2, 3,4. SANDRA MANN "Her laugh is one of the most sincere deeds in her life." JIMMY MASTERS "Manners make the man." Junior Bookkeeping Award 2.ELOISE MATTHEWS "God made all pleasures innocent.” May Day 3; FHA 1.2, 3. 4. LOUISE MATTHEWS " Patience is the key to happiness." May Day 3; FHA 1,2,3.4. WILLODEAN McCLAIN "A quiet voice and a pleasant smile." Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FHA Secretary 3, 4. JUDITH ANN MILLER "Tell me, eyes, what tis ye’re seeking, for ye’re saying something sweet." May Day 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3; FHA 1, 2; Library Club 2, 3; Library Club Vice President 2, 3. VERNAL MILLER "He never has much to say, he just works and goes his way." Junior Civitan Club 2. BARBARA MITCHELL "My size cannot lessen my personality." Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Who’s Who; May Day 1,2.CASSIE MORTON "She lives to love, to laugh, to learn.” Glee Club 1; Debate Team 2, 3; Magazine Co-Captain; May Day 1,2, THELMA MULLINAX "She moves a goddess and she looks a queen." May Day 1; Band 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4; Library Club 4; Glee Club Librarian 4, EDWARD NeSMITH "Men who can be relied upon are always in demand." Football 1,2,3; Baseball 3, 4; " A" Club 2,3,4; "A" Club Reporter 3; "A" Club Secretary-Treasurer 4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Junior Civitan Club 2, 3,4; Junior Civitan Club Secretary-Treasurer 4; Senior Who's Who. JIMMY PARSONS "Some think the world is made of fun and frolic, and so do I." Football 4; Senior Class Treasurer. GLEN RAGSDALE "Tall and silent - a dark Greek god. He always has a friendly nod." FFA 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 2,3,4; Glee Club 1. SUE RAINS "A pleasing appearance, a heart in accordance." FHA 1,2,3; May Day 1; FHA Historian 1; Glee Club 1; FHA Quartet 1,2.BETTY REAGAN "I am the very pink of courtesy." Beta Club 2.3,4; May Day 1,2,3,4; Senior Who’s Who. NEAL REED "An athlete, a lover and a man." Football 1,2,3,4. Captain of Team 3,4; "A" Club 1,2,3,4, President 2, 3, 4; All-State "AA" Football and All-Southern 4; Junior and Senior Who's Who; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Civitan 2, 3,4, President 4; Junior and Senior Class President. JO ANN RICHEY Energy and patience conquer all things. Glee Club 3; May Day 3; FHA 4. SAMUEL RICHEY Birds can fly, and so can I." Basketball 2, 3,4; Baseball 3; Football 2,3. LEWIS ROBINSON "He seeks the ill will of no one." FFA 1,2,3; Glee Club 3,4. HUBERT ROGERS "Once you've met him, you'll never forget him." 4-H Club 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Hi-Y Club 1,2; Bus Driver 3, 4.FRANCES RUSSELL "We were all born for love.” 4-H Club 1. 2, 3; 4-H Club Reporter 1; FHA 2.3,4. GEORGE RUTLEDGE "Whenever work and play collide, seek play and fling work aside.” FFA 1,2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Bus Driver 3, 4. CAROLYN CHELLA SMITH 'A likable girl, with a likable way.” May Day 1, 2,3,4; Glee Club 4; FNC 4. RALPH SMITH 'Life is a game; it must be played." Football 1,2,3,4; Junior Civitan 3,4; ”A" Club 2,3,4; May Day 3; Senior Who's Who; Best Sportsmanship Award 4. ANNE LASSETER SMITH "Beauty is power, a smile is its sword." Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2,3; Junior Who's Who; Curtain Callers 2; Beta Club 1,2,3; Senior Beauty; Valedictorian 4. BUMAN SMITH I may not set the world on fire, but I'm good at sparking." FFA 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3,4; Senior Who's Who.BOBBY SNOW '’His conscientiousness and willingness will bring success." Junior Civitan 3. 4. DORIS MILLER STEPHENS "Gracious as sunshine, sweet as dew, shut in a lily’s golden core." Senior Who's Who. VIRGIE SWORDS "To meet her is a pleasure, to know her is a delight; to call her a friend is one of the highest privileges." Library Club 3,4. LEILA JO TEMPLETON "She softly speaks and sweetly smiles." Beta Club 2, 3,4; President of FNC 4; May Day 2. SHELBA JEAN STEPHENS "Neatness is the crowning grace of womanhood. " May Day 1,2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Senior Who’s Who. LAMERLE STRANGE "Personality makes success." Good Citizenship 4; Red Cross Sponsor 3,4; Junior and Senior Who's Who; Mountaineer Staff 4; May Day 1; Beta Club 2, 3,4; FHA 1,2,3; Miss Home Economics 2.BILLY THOMAS "He who loves music, enjoys life." Homecoming 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Senior Who's Who. MARTINE TIDMORE "She has a pleasant word and a smile for all she meets." May Day 1, 2,3,4; Beta Club 2, 3,4; Cavalcade Staff 3,4; FNC 4; Treasurer of FNC 4. WAYNE WASHAM "Oh. perfumed suitor, spare thy smile, his thoughts are not of thee." Band 1,2,3,4; Band President 1; Assistant Band Director 4; Beta Club 2,3,4; President of Beta Club 4; Junior Civitan 2, 3,4; Gl ee Club 2,3; Junior and Senior Who's Who; Mountaineer Staff 3,4; High Salesman in Magazines 4. WANDA WHITE "She lives her life for one love." Glee Club 1. TRENT WHITTEN "Nature made him and then broke the mold." Band 1, 2; Glee Club 2,3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Civitan 3,4; Cavalcade Staff 4; Mountaineer Staff 4; School Store 4; Junior Who's Who; Beta Club Treasurer 4. SHELBY WILKERSON "A friend to all; sincere in her deeds." Glee Club 1; FHA 1,2.JIM WILLIAMS He laughs at impossibilities, and cries, "It shall be done." Beta Club 2, 3,4; Junior Civitan 2, 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Band President 4; Glee C lub 2,3,4; Cavalcade Staff 3,4; 3rd High Magazine Salesman. KYTHA WILLIAMS Friendliness, sincerity and love - a combination rarely found." FHA 2,3; FHA Treasurer; "Miss FHA" 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Club Secretary; Junior Wno’s Who; Senior Who's Who; Mountaineer Staff 4; Office Staff 4; Homecoming Attendant 4. RAY WILLIAMSON "Talent and personality make a wonderful combination." Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4, Accompanist 2, 3,4; Football Cheerleader 4; Band 1,2,3; Senior Who's Who; Cavalcade Staff 4; Beta Club 2. 3,4. BETTY YANCY "A quiet girl, with sweetness showing; her friends say she's well worth knowing." May Day 1, 2,3; Glee Club 4. CHARLOTTE YORK "Leave silence to the saints, I am but human.” May Day 1; FHA President 1; FHA "Sweetheart 1,2; Beta Club 2,3,4; Beta Club Program Chairman 2, 3; Civitan Oratorical Contest.LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF 1954 SENIORS 1 We, the Senior Class of 1954, being of sound mind and healthy body (after 12 years in school?) do hereby bequeath and devise our last will and testament. I, Neal Reed, leave the tragedy of having to stay I, Cleta Von Garrison, will to Diane Davis, all out of classes on Senior business to Sonny Darden. the midnight oil I didn't burn. Maybe you can use it. I, Betty Bain, bequeath to Bob Lester, as one redhead to another, all the chewing gum in the I, Shirley Jolley, will my Chlorettes to Nanette Senior building and Permission To Chew It In Davis. They're good for you. Class. I, Anne Bailey, leave to Mr. McPherson my I, Jim Williams, leave the power to sit up until 3:00 working on the term paper due tomorrow, long brown locks. to Truman Rains. I, Cassie Morton, leave all the tears, in my eyes at leaving dear old A.H.S., to Melba I, Cheri Long, leave to Linda Hulgan, the skill to chew gum in class without getting caught. I Brown. If you can find any. never could. I, Wayne Washam, leave my smooth good looks (Who me?) to Bill Johnson. I, Neal Cooley, leave to Jimmy Philips the dexterity to get two grades from Miss Boone for I. Ralph Smith, will to Gerald Woodham my memorizing one poem. "way with the wimmin." I, Joe Frank Decker, leave my "sweetest little I, Arlene Knox leave my (admittedly low) brain boy grin" to Norman McSwain. power to Frances Yancy. Maybe you can give it a higher charge. We, Clarence Holsonback, Malcom Kitchens, and Jane Johnson, devise and bequeath our friendly I, Ray Williamson, bequeath my dizzy blond reputations to A. B. Cooper, Ed Ingram, and reputation and internationally known giggle to Casey Jenkins. Carole Thompson. I, Barbara Mitchell, leave my fluttery eyelashes I, Roderick Davis, (of sound mind?) leave my to Dorothy Minor. clear, logical brain to Tommy Moore. Duh! I, Thelma Mullinax, leave my used textbooks I, Nerine Driver, leave my secretarial efficien- to Ira Burgess. Treat 'em with care, they're cy to Betty Mayo. antiques, and open 'em more often than I did. I, Trent Whitten, will to Marlin Hanson, my I, Johnny Bruce, bequeath my nickname of purty blond hair. Take as good care of it as I "Speck" to Bettye Thomas. Now you, too, can did. You lucky boy! have freckles. I, Charlotte York, leave my quiet charm to I, Lamerle Strange, hand down to Freddy Wilson Nellie Seegars. the honor of washing Miss Boone's blackboards. I, Judith Miller will to Patricia Payne my well known dexterity to love 'em and leave 'em. 31JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERSJIMMY ALFORD CHARLES ALLEN FRANKLIN BAKER NEWTON BEARDEN EDWARD BEAM TOMMY BELUE DORIS BLACKMON BETTY BOBO BOBBY BOPP ILEENE BRIGHT MELBA BROWN BOBBIE BUCKELEW IRA BURGESS BILLY BURKE HELEN BURKS ROBERT CAIN JEANETTE CHAMPION GAYNELL COBY A.B. COOPER ILA JAY CRTTCHEREDWARD CURRIE SONNY DARDEN DIANE DAVIS NANETTE DAVIS MARTHA DYAR HIAWATHA EASON FREDDY FARMER SARAH FLOYD PHILIP FRIX JERRY GARRETT KENNETH GARRETT JANE GRAHAM DAPHENE GRAY MARLIN HANSON BOBBY HART JOHN HAWK SAMMY HAYES WELTON HAYES BILLY GENE HEAD GAYLE HODGENSMELVIN HODGES LYNDA HULGAN ED INGRAM BILL JOHNSON MARTHA JUNE JACKSON TED JORDAN WAYNE KYTLE NORMAN LAMBERT A.G. LANG HAZEL LANG KENNETH LUSK BOB LESTER KAY LOWERY JESSIE MAE LYLES BETTY SUE MATHIS JIMMY MATHIS JANE MATTHEWS BETTY MAYO LAMERLE McBRAYER billy McClendonNORMAN McSWAIN DOROTHY MINOR TOMMY MOORE BRAXTON MOUNTAIN SHIRLEY NEELEY JAN PARSONS PATRICIA PAYNE JAMES PHILLIPS JAMES PIERCE JIM PIERCE ERNESTINE PINKERTON LUCILLE PINKSTON LOUNEAL PINKSTON ARLENE POWELL TRUMAN RAINES KYLE REAVES HAROLD REAVES THURMAN REAVES ELIZABETH RUTLEDGE NELLIE SEGERSJEANNE SHADDIX GERALDINE SIZEMORE ERMA SOUTH CORA STRANGE JUANETTE TEAL MARTHA TEDMORE BETTYE THOMAS RICHARD THOMAS CAROL THOMPSON BETTYE SUE WALLS BARBARA WILLIAMS LINDA W1LLMORE ERNESTINE WILSON FREDDY WILSON GERALD WOODHAM FRANCES YANCY The pictures of these people are not shown: ALTON BELL GERALD BRYANE RUBY OGLE ERNESTINE PARRISH 38Clyde Allen Dillard Amos Nadine Bright Jackie Brown Ray Arnold Edna Pearl Austin Terry Brown Donald Buckelew Don Bailey Freddie Baldwin Curtis Byars Ruth Campbell Wanda Barkley Fred Barnes Winford Campbell Azzie Cherry Jimmy Bartlett Juanita Baugh Wilodean Childers Bobby Joe Coe Emma Lou Bearden Jimmy Benson Darlene Crawford Barbara Davis Maxine Blye Bobby Bowen Juanita Davis Lowell DavisShelby Davis Margaret Davis Glenn Green Jo Ann Gunnels Betty Duncan Jimmy Dunn Mac Hackney Annette Hale Quimby Dunn Mary Eidson Denny Hall Billy Haney Berma Elrod William England Jimmy Harper Sue Harris Lenora Evans Estelle Farmer Claudine Head Billy Heaton Patricia Farmer Johnny Floyd Judy Holder Jerry Hudgins Randy Fossett Patsy Garrett Shirley Irvin Dorothy JohnsonJimmy Joiner Dula Mae Jones Tommy Maddux Charles McClendon Eddie Wayne Jones Martha Karr Gary McClendon Joyce McClendon Sandra Kendall Barbara Kennedy Jack Mitchell Donald Moore Betty Kennedy Donald Kennedy Margaret Morgan Sandra Moultrie Shelby Kennedy Eleanor Lackey Quinton Oliver Van Owens Myra Jo Lang Dorothy Lawson Joan Pankey E-. 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Patterson William Locklear Duanne Long Myles Pell Jack Prance 1June Rains Nelwyn Rains Louise Roden Bobby Roebuck Palsy Rains Gerald Reaves Alton Rogers Martha Sanderson Edna Reed Ann Rhinehart Jimmy Scarbrough Thomas Shell Wayne Rice Shelby Richards Mary Ann Shirey Tommy Simmons Gaynell Richey Gerald Richey Joyce Singleton Betty Lou Smith Jerome Richey Melba Rives Ivey Smith Jimmy Sue Smith Rosemary Roberts Gayle Roden Tommy Ray Smith Wanda SmithDorothy Spence Harold Spradley Jan Todd Shirley Todd Lawrence Spurlin Mary Spurlin Jean Traylor Louise Walls Jimmy Standford Wayne Staton David Webb Ray Wells Danny Strange Myra Strange Jimmy West Margaret West Sharon Strange Billy Strickland Jeanell White Jerry Sue Williams Ella Ruth Taylor Mary Lou Teal Marie Williams Shelbia Williams Wendell Terrell Jimmy Thompson Antha Woodham Catherine Woods ABruce Wright Clara Wright Dolly Yancey James Yates Myra Wright Billy Yancy James Young People whose pictures are not shown: Jean Brock Billy Bums Katie Lou Leonard Donald Justice Bert Martin Shelby McClendon Ronald WardEdward Abbot Jerry Anderson Carolyn Bailey Robert Bain Carolyn Baird Jean Baker Bonnie Beam Jerry Beam Helen Benefield Margaret Benefield Barbara Benson Newt Bentley Dorothy Bishop Margaret Bobo Leona Brandon m v Nelda Bridges Harold Brothers Maude Buchanan Billy Buckelew Ann Burke Mary Joan Camp Jo Anne Camp Alton Campbell J.T. Cartee Wendell Charles Sara Nell Cheek Nell Christian Eugene Clines Mary Coffey Marie Cook Jerry Cordell Annie Ruth Culbert Helen Currie Nonnie Fay Daniels Charles Davis 47Sybie Duckett Ralph Duncan Ernest Duke Susan Duvall Wayne Dye Alma East Gerald Eaton Barbara Ellis Jodie Elrod Mary Frances Elrod Jean Ennis Retha Fortson Mona Fricks Franklin Garrison J. C. Garrison Martha Gillilan James Gore Donald Gray Julia Green Betty Faye Hall Edwin Hall Lona Ray Hall Larry Haney Wayne Harper Clifford Harris Ray Harrison Bobby Hayes Jack Henry Marlene Hill Aron Hillsman Wylodene Hodges Jimmy Holder Amice Hooper Mary Hooper Martha Hunt Billy Ray Jenkins Nora Dean Jenkins Joyce Jenkins Jackie Johnson Juanita Johnson Carolyn Jones Clara Jones Martha Nell Karr Sara Maude King Shirley Knight Gail Kytle Aaron Lang Carolyn Ledford Margie Nell Levens Lynda Levie Shelvia Light Jimmy Lindsay Marrell Lusk Forrest Mardis Peggy Maroney Sylvia McBrayer Donald McClain Bobby McClendon Anita Milam Joyce Miller Windon Minor Charles Moore Olan Morton Ralph Morton Edsel Mozley Hiram Nelson Patsy Oliver Robert Oliver Gay Orr James Orr 49Tommy Owens Goldie Panell Joan Pell Helen Peppers Jerry Perkins John Pierce Gaynell Pope Margaret Pope Marie Pope Bobby Rice Gaynell Richards Jimmie Rives Milton Rogers Pattie Pinson Franklin Rutledge Doyle Slaton Benny Smith Gerald Smith Joyce Smith Martha Smith Roy Smith Jerry Snow Norma Jean Spear Annie Ruth Spurgeon Johnny Starnes Brenda Staton Bobby Stephens Bobby Lee Stephens Oran Stephens Sandye Sweatte Ray Taft Billy Taylor Dean Templeton Ronald Thompson Faye ToddDorothy Traylor Barbara Warren Ovella White Charles Williamson Claire Williamson George Williamson Linda Wilson Sandra Wilson Sue Wilson Billy Ray Wright Ziegfeld Follies was never like this! Standing: Jimmy Parsons, Ed NeSmith, Doc Gillilan. Kneeling: Neal Reed, Joe Decker, Ralph Smith. HE-MEN OF THE AGGIES!! The photogenic Miss Reaves!!EIGHTH GRADE Doris Abernathy Donald Bayless Patricia Baugh Neva Bearden Joyce Bennett Joe Wayne Biddle Windell Bishop Mary Lou Bopp Carol Bright Marvin Brock Carol Bryan Mary Buchanan Joan Burdett Jimmy Butler Annice Cahill Carl Cain Elton Camp Paul Campbell Ruth Casey Robert Centers Linda Cherry Martha Clark Henry Coby Sylvia Cochran Tommy David Cochran Carolyn Colvin Dale Compton Peggy Connally Dolly Cooley Carolyn Cooper John Corbin J. T. Cothran James Crawford Peggy Cryar Fayrene Cunningham54 Phil Davis Jimmie Sue Dilbeck Sally Ruth Dowdy Lavine East Jerry Eaton Kay Edmonson Gary Farmer Charles Farris Joseph Ferguson Gail Floyd Sandra Gamble Annette Gary Jackie Gary Lionel Gary Ann George Melba George Evelyn Glassco Willodean Grizzard Tommy Green Barbara Jean Gunner Glen Hale Vemice Ann Hall Billy Haltiwanger Donnie Lou Hammock Laurece Hanson Honzell Harris Robert Lee Harris Donald Wayne Hart Margurite Hayes Lynn Henry Sonny Hilton Jimmy Holdbrooks Shirly Ann Hopson Edward Howard Robert Huffstutler Horace Jackson Coy Jaco Charles Jenkins Doris Jenkins Larna Faye JenkinsCarolyn Johnson Jan Johnson Evelyn Joiner Bobby Jones Jerry Jones Joyce Faye Yancey Kim Keller Peggy Kennedy Kenneth Kilpatrick Rosslyn Knox Anita Landers Barbara Lang Charles Lang Darrell Lang Syble Lang Patsy Lanier Carolyn Light David Long Paul David Long Ann Lowery Betty Lowery Lynda Lowery DeLynn Lovelady Larry Luker Peggy Matthews James Maynard Reba McCreless Kytha McNeal Jackie Melton Kenith Wayne Michaels Jimmie Miller Carol Moore James Moore Sandra Moore Gerald Morgan Jacqueline Morgan Ray Morrow Carolyn Nichols Brenda Medlock Faye Norton 55Margaret Ogle Clebum Oliver Nancy Oliver Johnny Parrish Johnny Roe Tommy Payne Cecil Peppers Jo Ann Peppers Jane Pierce Gene Ponder Jean Powell Nona Ruth Proctor Ray Rains Vicki Rains Patty Reaves Henry Reed Marvin Reese Nancy Robinson Donald Russell Fred Rutledge Sumpter Rutledge Irene Shirey Joyce Shirey Tommy Shirey Ann Skinner Bobby Joe Smith Bobby Roy Snider Betty Spence Judy Spence Delores Spurlin Delana Stephens Charles Strickland Randall Strickland Robert Taylor Billy Wayne Teal Frank Thomas John Thomas Juanzetta Tidmore Gladys Todd Roy ToddPeggy Townson Arley Traylor Wayne Traylor Jewell Vaughn Milford Waldrop Annette Walls Terry Max Webb Willard Westmoreland Ernest White Patricia Wilson Betty Sue Woodham James Woodham Julia Woodham Edwin Wright Robert Glen Wright SEVENTH GRADE Morris Abernathy Misher Almon Jill Amos Jean Ayers Myra Baird Ray Baker Harold Ball Alfred Banks Alton Baugh Bonnie Beck Jimmy Beck Cecelia Benefield Margaret Benefield Homer Bishop Janice Bishop 5758 Sibyl Bonds Barbara Brown Carolyn Brown Larry Brown Bill Bryan Carolyn Buchanon Carl Buckelew Barbara Burdette Virginia Burks Wendell Caldwell Sandra Camp Sue Camp Jocelyn Campbell Joe Campbell Charles Carroll Arthur Cheek Marzelle Childress Sue Clark Ruth Coffee Harold Coefield Lynn Coefield Anneva Colvin Doris Compton Jerry Cooley Steve Cooper Katie Cordell Pat Courington, Jr. Kayra Creel David Cryar Edwin Currie Ladean Davis Patricia Davis Jack Decker Jim Decker James Denny Jane Dick Fred Dickerson Dan Dickson Gary Dickson Sam DixonGail Duckett Jimmy Duckett Elmo Duncan Nelda East Wanda Easter wood Eddie Ennis Sandra Ennis Hazel Eubanks Anita Farmer Jimmy Fletcher JoAnn Garrison Marlin Gipson John Gipson Coy Graben Martha Gray Phil Green Dorothy Griffith Wendell Grimes Jimmy Hall Linda Harris Johnny Hatley Harold Henry Shelba Jean Henry Garland Hill Anne Holder mSnM Charles Hudgins Drucilla Hunt Rebecca Hunt Doris Ingram Bryant Irvin Barbara Johnston Eugene Johnson Edith Joiner Jimmy Johnson Lana Joiner Janella Jolley Doyle Jones Charlotte Karr Gail Kendricks Wayne Kennedy 5960 Wanda Knight Annie Jo Latham James Lawson Lana Ledbetter Virginia Lee Mary Nell Le master Estha Leonard Wendell Lindsay Sally Locklear Joyce Mahan Rex Maltbie James Mardis Faye McBrayer Ginger McGee Charles McPherson May Ann McSwain James Moore Richard Moore Charles Morton Joyce Morton Delaine Mountain Janet Myers Doris Ogle Tracy Oliver Richard Ogles Jennie On Ronald Owens Jerry Parris Charles Pell Dorothy Peters Shirl Pike Charles Pinkerton John Paul Powell Roger Presley Jimmy Rayburn Donald Reese Linda Rice Lucretia Rives Michael Robertson JoAnn Robinson Janice Rhoden Glenn Shell Mary Lou Sims Brenda Smith Donald Smith Jean Smith Jerry Smith Linda Smith Robert Smith Sarah Smith Curtis South Sherman South Linda Stevens Barbara Strange Johnny T ay lor Betty Thomas Billy Joe Thompson Arther Todd Brenda Todd Benny Trammell Earlene Traylor Arlon Turner Lamarr Upton Eli Vandergriff Jerry Vaughn Bonnie Walden Jerry Waldrop Bruce Watson Jack Watts Glenda Webster Robert Williamson Billy Woodham Doris YanceySandra and Neal represent our school and all it stands for That is why they are - SANDRA GIPSON NEAL REEDANN LASSETER SMITH "A daughter of the Gods; divinely tall. And most divinely fair."BETTYE THOMAS "Her eyes as stars of twilight fair, She was a phantom of delight.”JACKIE BROWN "O, thou art fairer than the evening air, 66 Clad in the beauty of a thousand stars."MARY HOOPER "Spirit of Beauty, whose sweet impulses Flung like the rose of dawn across the sea." SENIOR FAVORITES CL ETA VON GARRISON ROYCE FORTSON JUNIOR FAVORITES NANETTE DAVIS TRUMAN RAINS 68SOPHOMORE FAVORITES FRESHMAN FAVORITES 69EIGHTH GRADE FAVORITES SEVENTH GRADE FAVORITES KAYRA CREEL DELAINE MOUNTAIN ROSSLYN KNOX PHIL DAVISPRETTIEST AND MOST HANDSOME KYTHA WILLIAMS WAYNE WASHAM BEST PERSONALITY LAMERLE STRANGE MALCOLM KITCHENS SENIOR SUPERLATIVES NEATEST SHELBA STEPHENS BOBBY SNOW MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BETTY BAIN EDWARD NeSMITH 71BEST ALL AROUND DORIS STEPHENS JOE FRANK DECKER WITTIEST NERINE DRIVER BOBBY JIM HEADMOST AMBITIOUS ANN BAILEY NEAL REED BELLE AND BEAU JANE JOHNSTON BUMAN SMITH 73 CUTEST SHIRLEY JOLLEY JIMMY PARSONS MOST STUDIOUS BONNIE HILDERBRAND RODERICK DAVISPRETTIEST AND MOST HANDSOME MARTHA DYAR JIMMY ALFORD MOST POPULAR CAROL THOMPSON GERALD WOODHAM JAUNTY JUNIORS BEST ALL AROUND BETTY MAYO billy joe McClendon 74 MOST COURTEOUS LaMERLE McBRAYER FREDDY WILSONFRIENDLIEST ARLENE POWELL NORMAN McSWAIN WITTIEST SARAH FLOYD CHARLES ALLEN MOST ATHLETIC RUBY OGLE FRANK BAKER CUTEST JANE GRAHAM TOMMY MOOREAGGIES' SEASON WONDERFUL SUCCESS! VERNON WELLS 1953 RECORD Aggies 34- 6 Center Aggies 27- 7 Jackson Aggies 19- 0 Boaz Aggies 27-12 Oneonta Aggies 28- 0 Arab Aggies 13-27 Etowah Aggies 0-13 McAdory Aggies 37- 7 Dekalb Aggies 13-13 Sansom Aggies 21- 0 Marshall OLLIN HAYES 77JIMMY ALFORD Junior - Center MARLIN HANSON Junior - Guard A fine offensive guard who can also play as guard and linebacker on defense. JOE FRANK DECKER Senior - Guard A good offensive player who could take care of his position on defense as well. All State in 1953, Jimmy is certainly destined for future greatness. SONNY DARDEN Junior - Guard A regular on defensive who is sure to develop into one of Albertville’s greatest players. 4 TOMMY MADDOX Sophomore - Guard A regular defensive guard who can be counted upon for offensive duty when needed.NEAL REED, Captain Senior - Tackle Possibly the greatest tackle in Albertville's history. Made All State and All Southern in 1953. LOWELL DAVIS Junior - Tackle A top reserve being counted on for much duty next season. RALPH SMITH Senior - Tackle A standout tackle who will surely be missed in seasons to come. CHARLES MOORE Freshman - Tackle A fine reserve with three more years. Charles is sure to develop into a great star.ROBERT CAIN Junior - End An all around player with a lot of speed and determination. HIAWATHA EASON Junior - End A fiery competitor who was a main factor in Albertville's good season. ED NeSMITH Senior - Quarterback A great field leader who sparked the Aggies to one of their greatest seasons. CHARLES ALLEN Junior - Quarterback Charles has the grit and determi nation which is found in a great player. KYLE REAVES Junior - End The top end reserve, Kyle started in several of the games and played brilliantly. THOMAS G1LL1LAN Senior - Halfback JIMMY PARSONS Senior - Halfback A speedy, elusive back who was a top ball carrier for the Aggies. TOMMY MOORE Junior - Halfback The Aggies' breakaway runner who sparked the team on defense also. Managers Jimmy developed into one of the finest backs in area although he had never played football before. GERALD WOODHAM Junior - Fullback The steady, dependable fullback who drove for the yardage when the going really got rough. PHIL GREENJIMMY ALFORD RONALD ELROD TOMMY MOORE TRUMAN RAINS HIAWATHA EASONBASKETBALL "B" TEAM - First row, left to right: Randy Fossett, Eugene Clines, Bobby Roebuck, Gerald Smith. Second row: Coach Hayes, Bobby Stephens, Welton Hayes, Norman McSwain, Burt Martin and Donald Kennedy. ALTON CAMPBELL TOMMY MADDUX FRANK BAKER m - FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS James Yates, Arlene Powell, Rosslyn Knox, Ray Williamson, Carole Thompson, Loretta Ledbetter, May Ann McSwain and Jerry Snow BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS Sandra Moore, Barbara Benson, Betty Sue Johnson, William England, Sarah Floyd and Anneva Colvin. 84BETA CLUB Wayne Washam President Trent Whitten Treasurer Miss Gwendolyn Richey Sponsor Joe Decker Vice President Kytha Williams Secretary JUNIOR CIVITAN CLUB I President..................................Neal Reed Vice President.....................Joe Frank Decker Secretary and Treasurer------------Edward NeSmith First row, left to right: Jim Williams, Bobby Snow, Tommy Maddox, Sonny Darden, Hiawatha Eason, Gerald Woodham, Trent Whitten. Secoad row, left to right: Wayne Washam, Malcolm Kitchens, Edward NeSmith, Neal Reed, Marlin Hanson, Jimmy Alford, Johnny Bruce, Joe Decker. Ralph Smith. 87GLEE CLUB Ray Williamson, Accompanist; Mrs. Betty Dardess, Director; Kenneth Gray, Thelma Mullinax, Billy Head, Betty Mayo, Librarians; Billy Thomas, President; and Nerine Driver, Secretary.PRESENTING ALBERTVILLE'S HALF-MILLION DOLLAR BAND OFFICERS Lynda Hulgan, Nanette Davis, Bettye Thomas, Arlene Knox, Truman Rains, Jim Williams, Wayne Washam and Mr. Nixon.ANITA MILAM MARY HOOPER MARY ELROD PATSY GARRETT PEGGY HUGGINS BETTY MATHIS DOLLY YANCEY LYNDA HULGAN Flag Bearers FULL HOUSE MARTHA DYAR Drum Majorette NANETTE DAVIS Sweetheart BETTYE THOMAS Drum Majorette 91FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Miss Future Homemaker Joan PankeyFUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Melvin Hodges, Jack Prance, Billy Yancey, Kyle Reaves, Harold Rives.FUTURE NURSES CLUB Affirmative - Rosemary Roberts and Roderick Davis. Negative - Harold Spradley and Betty Bain. Standing, left to right: Shirley Knight, Darlene Crawford, Carolyn Smith, Ira Burgess. Sitting: Leila Templeton, Cleta Garrison, Martine Tidmore, Duane Long and Mrs. Hazel Gibson. DEBATE CLUB OFFICE ASSISTANTS f l LIBRARIANSLUNCHROOM LADIES -r. "CAMPUS CAVALCADE" Sandra Gipson Editor Bettye Thomas Co-Editor Arlene Knox Trent Whitten Cheri Long Jim Williams Joe DeckerTOP MAGAZINE SALESMEN BIRMINGHAM NEWS ORATORICAL CONTEST SENIOR WINNER Rosemary Roberts JUNIOR WINNER Lynda Levie CIVITAN ORATORICAL CONTEST JUNIOR WINNERS Charles McPherson Lynda Levie SENIOR WINNERS Roderick Davis Jeanette Champion 99HOMECOMING MISS KYTHA WILLIAMS escorted by BILLY THOMAS QUEEN CHERI LONG escorted by WAYNE WASHAM MISS JANE JOHNSTON escorted by CLARENCE HOLSONBACK BAND DANCE 100 Nanette Davis, Braxton Mountain, Sandra Gipson, Jim Williams, Sandye Sweatt, Truman Rains. Lynda Hulgan, Billy Thomas, Bettye Thomas, Gene Jolley, Arlene Knox, Bubs Bains.MAY DAY IN TOYLAND!! CAROLYN GOODWIN and MARLIN HANSON King and Queen of May Maids and escorts: Peggy Gray, Welton Hayes, Mar-tine Tidmore, Kyle Reaves, Shelby Wilkerson, Glen Ragsdale, Linda Willmore, Bruce Wright, Antha Woodham, Randy Fossett, Frances Yancey, Joe Frank Decker.SENIOR PLAY SEVENTEENTH SUMMERYE GRAND AND GLORIOUS 1954 SENIOR CLASSVALEDICTORIAN ANN LASSETER SMITH SALUTATORIAN CLETA VON GARRISON FIRST GRADE THROUGH GRADUATION TOGETHER lotCUout - y01 I - -- ou I 108COMPLIMENTS OF NATIONAL BANK Member of F. D. I. C. Albertville, AlabamaCOMPLIMENTS OF One of Many Good Banks Serving North Alabama Member of F. D. I. C. Albertville, AlabamaDRINK 704 Walnut Street MILK Gadsden, Alabama NORTH ALABAMA’S FINESTWith Best Wishes to the Senior Class and Albertville High School RUBBER CORPORATION Manufacturer of A. R. C. 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